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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[UMF 28 Number 45
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tfion Roundup
10 Jewish Senators,
Eleven Representatives
Win Seats in Congress
fcrllNGTON I.ITA) Two
Ihe Jewish faith will
limultaneously in the United
, lor the first time in
^ a result of the eleetion
{hard 1 Neuberger in Ore-
Neuberger. a 41 year-old
ithority on water-pow-
Llopmcnt, won election after
tr campaign marked by anti-
|r appeals. He is the first
] represent Oregon in the
since Joseph Simon's term
in 194:t and the first Demo-
i to the I'pper House
i in 40 years. He has
J er of the Oregon
ISenate since 1948.
last lime two Jews served
in.....slj in the U.S. Senate
1912 when Simon Guggen
[ irado, and laador Ray-
ti Maryland, occupied scats
ppi r House,
N'eubcrger's election gave
i:iini: ;:; Senate seats in
ith Congress and enabled the
I aniie the Senate. The
it organize the House
l lives Hep. Kmanuel
hi New York, is scheduled
bine chairmanship of the im-
pi House Judiciary Commit -
Itli'' capital, Mr. Neuberger
Id;n Sin Herbert H. Lehman
York and 11 Jewish mem-
bi ill. House of Represents*
(all oi them Democrats. For
si lime in several years there
no Jewish Republican mem-
the House. Rep. Jacob K.
L New York Republican, did
fn Inr Congress this year but
pected attorney General of
'oik
successful Jewish congres-
candidates in addition to
teller are lister Holtzman,
lam .1 Mutter, Arthur <.
Irum I) Davidson, Herbert
Sidney A. Fine and Isi-
Pollinger, all of New York:
I R Yates, Chicago; Samuel
Bedel, Baltimore; and F.arl
}U. Philadelphia.
pew York, in addition to Rep.
I. Col Arthur Levitt was elect-
1 stair oflice. A.Democrat, he
|lected Controller.
Ponnecticut, where Abraham
tocoff. a Democrat, was elect-
Dvcrnor the first time a
las ever won that post in the
...
history of the state Mrs Mil-
dred Pomeranti Allen a Republi-
can, was elected Secretary ol State,
Mrs. Allen, wife of the retiring
Lieutenant Governor, is the mother
of two children and is known as a
civic worker and musician.
A feature of the Neuberger cam-
paign in Oregon was the fact that
Mrs. Neuberger. a member of the
State House ol Representatives,
campaigned alongside her husband.
seeking election to the State Sen
ate. She won with pluralities ex-
Israel Foe Collapses
At Security Council
Suez Canal Debate
Egyptian Spokesman Azmi Dies
After Falling into Brief Coma
Imanuel Cttter
House committee chairman
By DAVID HOROWITZ
AJP
UNITED N.iON.. The angel
of death visited the L'N Wednesday
afternoon the first time in its
nine-year history and wrote off
the book oi life Mahmoud Azmi.
Egyptian spokesman, a descendant
eeeding those given her husband in the Republicans." The writer add-j "f ,h<' Pharaohs, as he was attack
,his campaign. ed that "Israel diplomacy has clear- in8 Israel. The scene was the Se-
Overseas. the election was close- lv calculated that it has a better curlty Council where the eleven
ly watched for indications ol new chance of attaining its objectives members, seated around the horse-
influence on tinted States foreign Ir> 'h(' United States with a Demo- shoe table, had previously, in the
I policy but observers here generally cratlc Party rule than with a Re- morning session, heard Ambassa-
, agreed that the broad outlines of publican Party rule''
American policy would not be He added that "Tel Aviv dors
jchanged by the election results. It not reali/.e that American interests
Was believed, however, that Secre- have dictated a new approach in
I tary of State John Foster Dulles the Middle East regardless of the
may now give greater heed to oh election, it is this fact that ox-
Ijections to his policy of arming the plain, the powerful Israeli propa-
' Arab States ganda campaign which has been
In a preelection survey. Freder- occurring recently anil winch
ick Kuh, Washington correspond-
ent of the Chicago Sun Time- I \
pressed belief that the election
could make a difference in Middle
East policy.
"Under Secretary of State Dul-
les' guidance," the correspondent
reported, "IS. support for the
Arabs is generally considered to
have grown. A private quip inside
the Sta'e Department goes like
Continued on Page 3 A
dor Abba Eban plead Israel's cause
and complain against the filibuster-
ing and delaying tactics of the
Egyptians in the Israel-Egypt Mix-
ed Armistice Commission over the
Bat Galim incident.
They also heard Egypt's. Azmi
denounce Eban and his people.
"The picture painted by Mr. Eban,"
he said, "has a background, the
true colors of which are perhaps
Big Three to be Bound by
Treaty, Sir Anthony Says
LONDON (JTA) Israel was to terms of the recent Anglo-Egyptian
seek further clarification this week agreement on the Suez Canal which
IhTs^The AdmTnistVaUon's policy I of Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony guaranteed British military aid to
,s to give the Arabs arms sufflci- Eden's statement that the terms of Kgypt in the event of aggression
ent tO fight Russia but not Israel the Tripartite Declaration of 1950 from the outside "excluded any
"If the Democrats gain control obligate its signatories, including possibility of British a.d to Egypt
of the legislature." Kuh quoted. Britain, to come to Israel's aid in
'they would he likely to try to the event it is attacked by the
induce Dulles to pull back some Arab stales
:\
what from what is regarded as a
pro-Arab line."
A pre-election analysis by C. L.
Sulzgerger. published in the New
York Times, asserted that "Zionist
influence has been applied against
Press Time Roundup
Addressing himself to Labor
critics. Sir Anthony insisted that
the Tripartite Declaration had been ,
underestimated and was in fact j ever saidI regarding support of Is
1 rael in the event it is a victim ot
against Israel.
Sir Anthonys statement, winding
up a debate in the House of Com-
mons on Britain's Middle Fast pol-
icy, went much farther than any-
thing the British Government had
extremely far-reaching" in its
guarantees. He asserted that the
BULLETINS
irwr-mM <1TA) The United States and Egypt have signed statements of the Foreign S
"",'.,, .,.._. S40000000 in economic aid this year, it tan and Minister of State Ant
?ment to give Egypt S4U.uuu.oii Nutting, who opened the debal
nunced late Wednesday in lano. ........,.,_,. ,rp taHht-c
WASHINGTON
an agree
was announced late
aggression, it is the strongest in-
terpretation of the declaration yet
made by any responsible minister
of the governments of any of the
signatory powers, the United States
' and France, as well as Britain.
Observers here commented that
th? expressions of friendship for
Israel which were so evident in the
Secre-
Anlhony
debate for
lb government, were forthcoming
because of the quite evident sym-
STOCKHOLM (WNS^A German-born .fewisl seientist who.sought
and found refuge in England ,n his High, from Httter^PjofeW I
Born, was named here as co-winner of the Nobel Pr.ze in Physics.
government supporters, as well as
among the Laborites and Liberals.
They noted that the government's
neral
se
an
labora-
I
somewhat obscured by the dull-
ness of the weather with which we
are today being favored." It was
Ddeed a dark and gloomy day.
*rmi, moreover, let it be known
that, as regards the Suez Canal.
"Egypt is compelled to differenti-
ate between vessels belonging to
maritime powers and vessels be-
longing to Israel.
"Two absolutely opposite kinds
of treatment are involved." he em-
pha-ized. On the question of "war
and peace" wi'h Israel. Azmi said:
"No war, no peace." adding, "in the
present situation, you may be sure
We shall not make war. but at the
came time we say. no peace."
Then, as was suspected, Charles
Malik of Lebanon took the floor
supporting Azmi while ridiculing
and criticizing Eban Again he had
Ihe last word.
During'the lunch hour. Azmi was
seen in the UN corridors holding
private meetings with other Arab
delegates planning maneuvers for
the afternoon meeting.
Heavy clouds still hung ominous-
ly over a gloomy New York as the
Security Council reconvened at li
1 p.m Dag Hammarskjold was in his
seat next to Council President for
November, M. Henri Hoppenot of
France, Seated in the section re-
served for observers, was the en-
lire Israeli delegation: Izhar Ha-
rari. David HaCohen. Michael Co-
may. Maurice Fisher. Mordecai
Kidron. Arthur Liveran and Zena
Harman. Dr. Moshe Tov sat with
Abba Eban at the Council table.
The chamber, however, was con-
spicuous by the absence of both
Vishinsky and Ambassador Lodge.
Hoppenot. stating that Mr. Eban
had expressed a wish to speak
again briefly, himself spoke in be-
half of the French delegation for
several minutes. He "was surpris-
ed to hear the representative of
Egypt telling us that Israel had
been given provocation by sending
vessels to the Suez Canal." especial-
ly after Azmi himself, at the meet-
ing of Oct. 14, "took pains to stress
Ihe atmosphere of cordiality, even
festivity, in which the vessel was
greeted by the Egyptian authori-
ties who had wished the members
of the crew a Happy New Year."
Hoppenot was followed by Am-
bassador Eban who replied to Mal-
ik's attacks, and then Azmi. who
appeared his usual self, was given
the floor. Opening his remarks by-
taking objection to Hoppenot's ref-
erence to his statement on the cor-
dial welcome given the Israel ves-
sel, he complained: "I should like
to stress that when I spoke of the
warm welcome accorded the S.S.
Bat Galim, I was only using terms
which appeared in the letter from
the representative of Israel. The
Continued on Page b A
at the President's office heron Itiday
BenZvi at the presiaeni <......... ^
... ,, .. OmvbIv criticizing the manner in which
John faster Owllei
"heed to krcti*i
leadi
border
' the United Nations Truce Supervis
I a Danish newspaper that it *
eemed "more
organized" by Israelis than by Arabs
again he maintained that there was
no hope of bringing the Israel-
Arab conflict to a peaceful settle
meat unless the Anglo-Egyptian
agreement, on which he staked the |^oncert s,age
that the Palestine trouble hopes of a general Middle East im-l Cooking
Global Shorts
This Week's Issue
At the UN
:looks
Iprovcment, proved successful.
Hollywood
Mindlin
Sports
Tercentenary
Washington Scene


PAGE 2 A
'JeHlstiHcrXHM
FRIDAY.
Rabbi Usher Kirschblum Returns to
Miami for Round of Zionist Talks
Rabtu I. Usher Kirschblum. na-
tional vice president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America and a
member of the inner committee, is
planning a return visit to the
Greater Miami Community. Nov.
12 to 17.
A number of local events and
prominent speaking appearances
have been arranged in connection
with Rabbi Kirschblum's visit
On Friday. Nov. 12. Rabbi
Kirschblum will be the guest speak
er at Temple Beth Sholem in Hoi
lywood. when Rabbi Samuel Lerer
will share his pulpit with Rabbi
Kirschblum. Broward County Zion-
ist District will be hosts on an
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ices in honor of Rabbi and Mr-
Kirschblum.
On Saturday. Nov. 13. Rabbi
Kirschblum will sh:irc the pulpit
with Rabbi David Shapiro, of Tem-
ple Sinai. Hollywood. ?nd the
Broward County Zionist District
will be hosts ;it I Kiddlish.
On Saturday ni^ht. Rabbi and
Mrs Kirschblum will be guest- ol
the Miami Young Married Zionist
District at the home oi Mr and
Mrs David Liebman, ill" Aduana
ave., Coral Gables,
The combined Zionist Districts
ol Smith Florid.i. which now num-
ber ten districts in all. ill be
hosts io ;i brunch and membership
knickofl on Sundaj morning. No\
14. ;it lo ;i m. in the Florentine
room of tin- I>i Lido hotel Mini
bers from each ol the districts will
assemble to hear Rabbi Kirsch-
blum's iir-i hand n port <>ii currenl
elopments in Israel. Also on the
gram with Rabbi Kirschblum
-.ill In- Seymour I! Liebman. ch
in oi the Florida I onfedi ration
Zionist Districts and Fred Jonas,
bership chairman oi t h e
Southeastern Region
on the same evening, the Miami
mist District and the Coral tiii
es Zionist District have arranged
joint meeting in the.social hall
Beth David Synagogue lo hear
i address by Rabbi Kirschblum
Also on the program with Rabbi
\irschblum will be Leo Mindlin.
I The Jewish Kloridian. who will
tiiscuss present day developments
i the Middle Bast, and Sidney
irazier. authority on economy and
industry in Israel.
The districts will he hosts follow-
ing the meeting at a reception in
honor of the Kir-chblums.
On Monday ni^ht. Nov. 15. the
Orientation Meeting
At Town Branch
club leaders and instructors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center will participate in an
orientation meeting Sundaj night,
Nov. 14. 8 p.m.. at the Town
Branc+i. it was announced by
Emanuel Tropp, assistant director
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president,
will welcome the corps ol .\2 lead
er- at this first central gathering
undertaken by the agency.
A talk on the objectives of the
Center will be given b*y F.fraim H.
Gale, executive director This will
be followed by a series of "buzz
si--ions."
A new 'Group Leaders' Manuel,"'
prepared as a guide in understand-
ing the policies of the agency and
in developing a better program,
will be distributed to all leaders
The film, "Recreation For the
Whole Family," which depicts the
entire range of Center activities.
will be shown to the group.
Rabbi will bo the gflPl f North Shore Zionist District at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Khiel Lftao
woder. 8909 Irving ave. Surfside.
at which time the membership
drive for this newest district in
the ZOA family will be launched
On Tutsdaj night, Nov. 16. Rab-
bi Kirschblum will be featured
speaker at the genefal membership
meting of the Miami Beach Israel
Zionist District, which will take
place m the Fala room of the De-
lano Hotel at 8 p.m Also on the
same program will be Burnett
Roth, chairman of the board of this
district, and Judge Charles Gert-
ler. membership chairman.
Jonas, president of the district,
will preside at thi- meeting
Rabbi Kirschblum is spiritua
leader of the Kew Garden Hills
Jewish (enter, one of the largi I
religious institutions m the coun
try He is a graduate <>1 the Jewish
Institute of Religion which was
founded by Dr Stephen S Wise
He i- also ,i member of the nation
al board of directors of United
Synagogue of America and was re-
cently appointed bj the Mayor of
New York to the board of trustees
of the Public Libraries ol thai city.
He is former president of the
Long Island Zionist Region and
is at present national membership
chairman II. was recently elected
one of the 34 delegates to the
World Zionist Congress,
Jvy Me Blut Ribbons'
Spn*e4 Pbto&oif
If the reaction of the opening
night audience is any criterion,
then Buy Me Blue Ribbons" with
Annual Dance Due
Amity 28 Club will feature the
music of Mai Malkin's Orchestra at
the gala annual dance in the Town
Branch. Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, on Saturday.
Nov. 13. with dancing from 9 to 12
midnight, it was announced by Lou
Stein, president. Miss Ruthe Eas-
lev i- chairman Miss Esther Grai-
san. chairman of membership,
plans to honor and enroll all new
members.
Talianoff. Balkin at
Gables ADL Meeting
George J Talianoff, chairman of
the board, and Gilbert .1 Balkin, di
i, ctor, Florida l>< gtonal Office .
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will be feature speakers at
the ADL nighl program sponsored
bj Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai
B'rith. on Monda) night. Nov. 15,
8 19 p m at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish (enter.
Talianoff and Balkin will de-
scribe the League's program for
Combatting bigotry and advancing
democratic grodp understanding,
and they will discuss a number of
current human relations problems
on the local and national scene.
Kahn, Salomon Form
Pontiac Distributorship Here
Burton s Kahn and Harvey Salo-
mon, former Miami Beach DeSotO-
I'lymouth dealers, have joined with
Arthur M Kahn. Miami insurance
executive, to operate new Pontiac
dealership in Greater Miami
The new firm. Colonial Pontiac,
has opened temporal*) headquarl
it- at B350 \\v 7th ave
Burton Kahn. president of the
new firm, -aid plans were being
drawn for a new a n d modern
building which will provide up-to-
tiu minute sales and service tacil
itles.
Kahn. a resident of Greater Mi
ami since 1925 and a gradual, of
the University of Florida, has 1!)
years experience in the automotive
field and Salomon, a resident more
than 18 years, has lti years expen
ence.
Both have disposed of their in-
terest in the Miami Beach firm and
will devote full time to the new
Pontiac dealership
Biscayne Opens
Racing Season
Biscayne dog track ushers In the
1954 1998 '.'nvhound racing see-
son on Monday night. NCA 15, with
the 28th running of the historic
Biscayne Inaugural, highlighting
the 10 race program
At m the past. Biscayne will con
dud I splil date meeting. The first
half winds up Jan. 6. with thesec
ond session getting under waj
April li and continuing through
June I, 1958
Thirtj of the nation- leading
greyhound owners are booked al
Biscayne this year and have
lered ovi r 750 of the fleetfooted
speedsti rs i"r competition tl>
-oil
S. i ral fipe performance were
luiin d in tin- week in thi official
-el.......ng li sts thai terminati S I
lirdaj night, and it looks as II Am-
ple Time, Texas Switch, Wicket,
True Cam and a few more ol last
.......n's favorite will have to be
reck< ni-d with again thi- year.
In addition, scores ol new pups,
sired bj such former greats as
. Flashy Sir. Beach Comber, Real
Huntsman, Prime Factor and
Mountain Time will be making
their initial -tart-
Top officials at Bisca>ne this
year are Joe H. Adams. Managing
Director. Frank G, Burghart.
Comptroller and Ben T. CosteUo,
Mutuals Manager.
William R. Moore, with Biscayne
for 28 years, will return as l'n-id
i ing Judge and Leo Hartwell. dean
of American greyhound racing sec-
retaries, will again make up the
races
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Colored Maids Part Time or Fall
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Free Loan Group Meets
Hebrew Free Loan Association
will meet on Monday evening. Nov.
15, 8 p.m.. at 450 SW loth ave., ac-
cording to an announcement this
week by Isidore Schwartz, presi-
dent.
Jsy Robinson u (h
Sam Hirsrh.
The Satire on .
"Pcned Tuesday n,T* .
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with matinees on SjtutJ
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kAy, NOVEMBER 12, 1954
*J^%istificric/ar>
PAGE 3 A
ews Fare Well in Elections
fcontinoed from P0 1 A
L|, to .1 bet "n a Democratic
pun victory "
Washington dispatch to the
york l imes. published after
Lections, noted that "both Zi-
m (he I'mlcd States and Is-
|diplomata were distressed by
Uread allegations that Israel's
L,. to frustrate deliveries of
arms to the Arabs had been Im-
properly intruded into thi- election
campaign.
"The point was made that the
timing of these efforts on behall
of brae] was determined not bj
the election but by the British de-
cision to leave the Sue/, canal Zone
and the United states decision to
I arm the Arab--
mmunity Chest Total Hits $454,541;
.wntotwn Day' Set for Nov. 16
I,, i ounty's Community Chest
Ljgn total hit S454.541 Tues-
,;;: percent ol the Riant goal
1225,000, ,i- workers from all
.. divisions reported totals
thus far in the 1955 drive.
the Columbus hotel report
eon, sponsored by Dade busi-
hon over and above their gifts
Chest drive, John Ring and j
Moore, co-chairmen of the j
> Division "A," reported a [
f $380,056 for 69 percent of ;
Mg Gifts Division's goal of '
Hi The total was only one !
point ahead of Division
progress at this point in last I
drive.
hi chairman at Tues- j
[report was B. B. "Ben" Ben-:
who reported a total of 92-
|ni raised by his team. Other
Jn leaders included Edward
ion, John Serbia and Philip ;
Orovitz, reporting for Leon- \
Wien, Miami Beach Chest I
Inan. said Beach workers had '
34 to date for 46 per- '
Di their quota substantially
of last year's total at this
I report.
|n reports lrom some 120 em-
campaigns under way in
County companies were
,lit Homer J. rfimball, chair-
lot thi Chest's Industry Divi-
pction I which carries the
r Share Plan Cam-
000 employees in 22
firms said all plant
now under way. and
are due before the
month.
rth and Lon Worth
h Irmen of the In-
Section II, also re
few returns by com
it plan cam-
i ompanies in s. ction
inder way with their
- under the
Share Plea, which
.! local agencies of
sh t< Manage
Mister Hotel
i Schine has announced
Imenl of Richard N.
er ol tin Mc \l'i ter
N ish n turned his new du- !
' i l
Dayton, 0., Nash is mar-
fath-
chil-
who will
him short!}
1 .1 Ml I. ill
to the Mc
ler a It e r
executive
-in i- in the
industry,
ting his
m 1920 at
' Anthony
in San An- Nash
Tex he was most recently
1 manager of the Mount
and King Edward hotels in
Jto.
jer serving as a group intelli-
"fficer with the rank of
" 'n the 327th Fighter Bomber
' m England and France dur-
forld War II, he became man-
director of the Adolphus ho-
1 DaHaa.
&h is past president of the
iJ'lvania. Montreal and Dallas
' Associations and was execu-
te president of the Montreal
fntion and Tourist Bureau,
also president for six years
Pittsburgh Hotel Associa-
'd is currently a member of
American Hotel Association,
jreeters of America,
the Chest, the American Red Cross
and the I'SO in a single in plant so
licitation once each year
I. D. MacVicar, co-chairman of
the Chest's Public Employees Divl
sion. with E. B. I.eatherman. re-
ported city, county. >t;i.- and led
eral governmental employees had
all kicked off their campaigns and
could be expected to make com-
plete reports before the end of this
month.
Division "A" makes its third re-
port of the 1955 Chest drive on
Tuesday, Nov. 16, which the Chest
has also scheduled as Downtown
Day." when an army of more than
450 workers will cover over 1.000
small businesses in Miami's down
town area and more than 2,000 em-
ployees in those businesses in be-
half of the new Chest drive.
The dispatch added that, "fur-
thi rmore, it was said, the Zionist
'" "Ireadj had strong bipartisan
support, so that there was no ones
tion of partisan intervention."
Editorials in the New York ller-
M Tribune, on two succe ive
d< alt with two of the out-
standing Jewish personalitie oi
!'' election Governor-elect Ribi-
cofl and Attorney General-elect
Javits
I he Republican new paper de
cribed Hi i onnecticut Democrat's
victorj as "a remarkable tribute
his personal popularitj among
Ins fellow citizens." It noted that
'he Connecticut campaign, "while
hard fought, was among the clean-
est in the nation."
01 Mr Javits, the New York
daily mid: "Here is a Republican
who convincingly snatched victor)
from defeat, one who has demon
itrated the rare knack of winning
voto m large numbers even in
Democratic territory ObvioUSl)
he has lifted himself into a new
and enhanced position in the party.
He becomes a major figure in New
York Republicanism. The voters
have elected an Attorney General
ol superior quality and the) have
given a good man a chance "to win
even larger triumphs in the fu-
ture.''
Pictured at a recent Bonds for Israel dinner in the Hotel Plaza,
New York City, held in honor of George Lederman (left), repre-
sentative of New York shochtim's organization, were Joseph
Burg (right), Minister of Post Offices, Post Roads and Communi-
cations in the State of Israel, and Malvin Englander, Miami
Beach attorney who attended the function. Present were some
600 guests who bought over a quarter of a million dollars in
Development Bonds.
Tax Expert in Talk
Victor Kber. chairman of the
speakers' committee, Dade County
Association of Certified Public Ac "h.av the'\ew"fax_Laws Affect
countants, will be guest speaker at You.''
a luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on Tues-
day. Nov. 16. 12 noon, at the Di
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120 N. E. Sixth Street
^FRIDAY. NO\
During The Week .. .a
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!
Friday, November 12. 1954
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher Volume 28 Number 45
LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor
His l.iii<*i Honor
We welcome the news of Leon Kaplan's elec-
tion as vice chairman of the Jewish Center
Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Announcement oi the appointment in New York
City was made even as Mr. Kaplan readied
himself here last week to head a large con-
tingent of Miami Jewish Center leaders at the
ninth annual meeting of the JWB Southern Sec-
tion in Houston. Texas.
This latest honor comes to Mr. Kaplan after
many years of devoted service in Jewish com-
munal and philanthropic activity, both on a
local and national scale. Currently president
of the Southern Section, he previously held the
post of president of the Miami YM and YWHA,
as well as of the former Jewish Centers Associ-
ation.
In addition. Mr. Kaplan is now on the board
and executive committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
His emergence as a leader in the national
community is the culmination of dedicated
energy and love of service and symbolizes his
ascent through the ranks of organized Jewish
activity.
One of the most pressing problems with
which Jewry throughout the land must deal is
the developing of suitable leaders capable of
taking upon themselves the responsibility of
guiding the complex patterns of traditional Jew-
ish life as they are woven in a host of American
communities.
The choice of Mr. Kaplan as vice chairman
of the JWB Center Division is thus an accolade
to him in the highest sense of the word. We
also feel that it is an accolade accorded to Mi-
ami, as well. For it marks well American Jew-
ry's recognition of our community as a leader
among Jewish communities throughout the na-
tion. JWB's calling upon the talents of such a
man as Mr. Kaplan, who lives and serves here,
indicates that our city is truly coming of age.
Jewish I took > I on ih
The Jewish Book Council of America, sponsor
for more than a decade of a variety of projects
which culminate annually in Jewish Book
Month, has this year understandably called
our attention to the literary and cultural signifi-
cance of the observance of the Tercentenary ol
Jewish settlement on the North American con-
tinent.
The Council and its sponsor, the National
Jewish Welfare Board, in urging participants
to take note of the historic occasion, emphasize
that the best way to make the Tercentenary a
truly meaningful experience is for Jews to be-
come acquainted with the work of the scholars,
historians and novelists who depict Jewish life
in America.
All of us who identify ourselves with the Jew-
ish community here have a stake in a sound
Jewish lire. We can preserve and nurture that
life by going to books that cast light on the
truly exciting story of Jewish existence in this
country. In the Tercentenary, we are indeed
given a fortune incentive to acquanit ourselves
with the sources of Jewish creativity.
Greater Miami will mark the observance
Nov. 19 through Dec. 19. Our local book coun-
cil, under the aegis of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, is preparing to take part in the festi
val with a host of appropriate exhibits and
lectures No one can afford to miss partici-
pating in this most worthy venture.
Heshvan 16, 5715
Warning Aliouf liincrr
Dade County Unit of the American Cancer
Society is currently engaged in a campaiqn
to sensitize Miamians to the need of periodic-
medical examination as a major tactic in the
light against cancer.
Two very important fact are being brought
to liqht by the local unit. One is that people
should refrain from fatalistically putting off
frequent check-up because they feel that, once
stricken by the dread disease, they are "doom-
ed and nothing can be done in any case.''
Startling statistics indicate that, found early
and treated properly, cancer can be arrested.
The other fact with which the local organiza-
tion hopes to impress Miamians is specifically
directed toward men, who operate according to
"I lM
<*k-|
y LI0 MINDLIN
ordinary p went during theVai ,,^-'
lion Itut tli.' election! wen far from unintelligent neffrv(i3|
extent, the) were predJctabta And one is, .,rifx '"^hl
concerted over tin- outcome at all. that the Republic""*'1' lfM
THIS IS NOT
HindMftfu) ha* valav
pei ience seamed u
AN <
Mjn.
nintcl
Ihey did.
(wtfZj
Injuring the luxury of hindsight thou, the ,,K.rif
column i- w examine the urprn-intelligence ol tL vcPurPn
Pa>t mm
There
One
:
' ''Itqj
1 make ipecifk reference to the
Jewry found itself employed as a principal issue
no special sensitivity manifest in this observation
ol ,i peculiarly morbid way about writers jn n. y
who leek equalb morbid relationships between current
at la i
Sn far as the election i> concerned, however
need be particularly dense indeed if he failed to ni '
tiit< tinual political wrangle among the major -,,k,..'."' (ren**.I
This is to the absolute detriment of Jewry, position in th '**'
I must here bitterly add that I have no recommendatio "
*ems. m am "*
jng lUCh I recurrence in the future It
importance that this intrusion be formulated
cm, 4,
i ttm *-^
"Now my muscles are really tuned for Israel"
the assumption that the dread disease is pri
marily a woman's affliction.
Common types of cancer that strike
men mainly, the Dade County Unit warns, are
to be found in the digestive and respiratory sys-
tems. Also frequent among males, according
to their information, is cancer of the skin, lips
and mouth.
Most impressive is this precautionary warn-
ing: Pain is seldom an early symptom of can-
cer; by the time pain is felt, it is often too late
and cancer will not respond to treatment.
II r. \ a m is I'.-is* in
There is no comfort in tne news that Dr. Mah-
moud Azmi collapsed and died on the floor ol
the Security Council last week. Spokesman for
Egypt at the United Nations and a staunch de-
fender of Arab League views so far as the Near
East is concerned, Dr. Azmi has passed out ol
the scene ol the great debate over Israel's fu-
ture in a manner that leaves no issue settled
and no beginning of a plan lor peace accept-
able to both sides.
The Egyptian statesman was one oi the worst
offenders in the vitriolic Arab campaign against,
the Jewish State. Often totally unbearable and
not infrequently indecent to the point where
his vituperation would be forcibly called to a
halt by the president of the Security Council
on the basis of parliamentary rule. Dr. Azmi
left nothing out of his bag of tricks aimed at
discrediting Israel before the eyes of interna-
tional opinion.
Prior to his death, this UN representative
formed the nucleus for a vicious anti-Semitic
campaign in the United States and against am-
bassadorial protocol, resorted to expressing
himself officially and publicly on internal
American matters which, he felt, were totally
governed by Jewish groups here.
On the morning preceding his collapse. Dr.
Azmi harrangued the Security Council about
Egypt's view of the Bat Galim incident and let
it be known that his government's manner of
dealing with the question was predicated en
tirely on the fact that Israel's sovereignty could
not be recognized by a "respectable" nation
Nonetheless, Dr. Azmi's death brings no
solace; nor will it conceivably bring any ces-
sation in the cold war between the Arabs and
the Jewish State. We well know that Arab
unanimity and the Arab League both constitute
a fictitious Iron' and that member governments
of this group find themselves in accord with
nothing but their anti-Israel position
Dr. Azmi's passing will merely mean the
emergence of a new spokesman perhaos
more vitriolic perhaps more indecent to
plague the UN and wo.Id apion.on with that
single precept which currently makes of the
League a seemingly fearless international com-
We should have preferred for Dr. Azm. to
remain on the Security Council scene so h
he could experience the f,nal and true blow
And ,h" h Srae' P,8,,1" '" ,he *f deba,"
And this blow ,he triumphant ascendancy
of the Jewish State mus. surely be forth
coming if there is justice left anywhere *
and eniDhaniai*'
For if those who were responsible feel thai theyni
wiinoul detection, their subsequent transgressions in tak I
verj well assume even more unfortunate proportions

THE MAJOR ISSUE REVOLVED about State I.epartm
policj '" lha Near Bast There can be do question that UlT
vis-a-vis Israel and the Arab nations have changed dratrjnkt!
Republican succession to the White House in 1952. TheV
Administration would be htift of all willing to .iiuiio the J?
R] election eve. however, a weird metamorphosis vu-ukkJ
in theory if not in fact. The President, on a -in iless caniwi
at itrengthenini the positions of the w< ibhcani
seized the opportunity to address a major Tercentenary d
York City: previously, and up until the last n Dment, the t
nl White Mouse opinion had expressed doubl about the
Mr Kisenhower- accepting the invitation proffered himTl
before.
I should like to fa on record as itating that the I're.idea'n
decision was made in light of a nervous Administrate
sault and capture the voting public on all fronts in New yd
Eisenhower thus formulated for Jewish consumption what hec
ed an earthshaking statement on his party's foreign polio.
In the lace of past deeds, he insisted upon Itepublican I
of Israels desperate situation so far as the Near East andaTi
nations are concerned. Really an Innocuous observation, filatl
inconsistency, It was designed to coalesce the State Depart
parent revision in foreign policy and wai made ilnml
with | caMe announced by Vice President Nixon from Mr 1
wai then in Paris plotting the course of Europe's future.i-nlj
West German integration into the new defense community aai
out ol the blue, reminded himself of Israel travail juMkoii
to express his anxiety over the future of the Jewish State.

ALSO APPEARING AT THE TIME ... I major UementM
was Senator Wiley's observation that no amis were being xt I
Arab nations without previously secured rum :.__re.i-in proBnf
them The assault OB American Jewry's sensibilit) w.,-r,atjS|
plete A candidate for succession to Republican Goren
Dewej m New York, Senator hcs. running mnu^r|
less Mr Harriman and in a state whose popul lion :- t
look the opportunity to reaffirm the Administration's continuaHJ
cern" lor Israel. One must say. in all fairness, that Senator I
trusion Into the issue came alwiut .i- a resull I .i:.ate lot
horn -iy.
Having returned from Paris Mr Dulles \
the European arrangemenl he had engineered, found hir-
b) a delegation of leaders representing prim Jewish on.
throughout the nation The delegation present
with ,i document In which wai explained th< lor I'll
Opposition to the new look in the Near K..-t
Despite the President's Tercentenary address in the fan I
Nixon subsequent observationa on that addn and n^nUeM
own cable from Paris. Mr Dulles could do no n in than accepts
tlo document handed him by the Jewish delegation Hi-linnl
the foreign policy he forged prevented him from making iWI
and apparent retrenchment, no matter bow pressing were tfci
of hi- part} election eve for a sympathetic Republican -landoaI
Thus, as a result of this honesty, it was Senator Ira honn|
upon to carry the ball of political diffusion in I campaign'"
Jewish votes."

OF THE ELECTION RESULTS and their implication,
York Times and the New York Herald Tribune remarked nn
that Tel Aviv oan safely feel it has had a hand in shaping L.
polk) for the next two years. This opinion comes from WJ
that are excellent in most every way and whose andenUWiij
minded reporting are a rare tribute to the journalist > trafl>^
fore especially disconcerting that they should have f*P
aarrea editorially in this manner. One cannot attribute it
one can only regard it as acute sociological sensitivity.
For the fact remains that Republican aspirants looiM
American Jew unquestionably as a Jew. primarily, and e
his Identification with Zionist philosophy must ,h,'ri''""M-|
To the pn.state Department Republican, this could OBlJ
American Jew acts according to any principle loticena
with Israel's interests
Bul the onus here for such conclusions hardly real
bent Administration alone, it rests, as well, ';t> J'",'"t0finj
met the onslaught for rotoa virtually 00 the campajgr.^^a
New York Tercentenary officials, for example, publicly ^
their dinner would serve as ., lilting occasion for tne P"
sympathetic Presidential statement on Israel ^
And Naders of major Jewish organiMtM'iis. ,"','(i,f>".'hlBa|
obvious politicking in Paris, albeit in a minor key <'^^|
ran grounds when the State Secretary deplaned in > ^j
document proved a self-degrading answer to hi- ne% ^
sidereii poUey remark. That it was met with 8l'enc*"Lt|iL
and with yet more strident politicking on the other, pro ^^
Henceforth it will be a difficult thing, indeed, to Vf*
h no "Jewish vote."


1. NQVEMBER 13. 19S4_
Us^btlkrkUan
PAGE 5 A
,,-^f.Voiced Atlantan Heads 1955*8 CJA Drive
m Heiman: Profile of Success
iking big Planing big
lL it in a qi** wy ls
L description of the man
L recently chosen to head
L combined Jewish Appeal
Tier Mian"
way up
I fnrimil:i
which has proven
blieil
-nearly 100 percent of
[or S.i'ii .1 Heiman, prom-
fcami businessman who has
|ere since 1925 and has
this community grow.
confident the same philos-
him through when
lo the big CJA cam-
under way shortly
i million dollars for
Bieeds
wha recall Heiman i ar-1
.,. from Atlanta in the ear-
(and who have watched him
,,-. the plan will work.
hds insist this is so because
Lbbom aboul having things
kht
say "Sam has the magic
that turns adversity into ad-
nn-lorttine into manna.
l, [-here's nothing mag-
|,,j hard work, he'll tell you.
ibstitution for deep
nation
opened his first
-hment nearly 25
i. he knew what it meant
around the clock just
it,,,.. lards of customer
"Thinking big planning big then doing it in a guiet way,"
is Sam Heiman's success formula. Here he welcomes Arthur
Godfrey on the occasion of the latter's appearance here during
the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign.
tion by working his
"through the ranks."
He insists that the key individual
in any campaign is not the general
chairman but the volunteer work-
er the man in the street who
gives time, energy and iunds to
CJA, Without these thousands of
devoted people, many in need
would suffer, agency's services
would be curtailed the drive
could not succeed.
His two-term successes as chair-
man of CIA's big Business and Pro-
It lional Division his many
years of service with the board of
governors and major committees
and his record of accomplishment
liety of vital causes have
given Heiman the experience and
.in- Know how to direct a winning
team
His wife Shirley, whose amateur
goli scores nave won her repeated
mentj ins on sports pages of local
newspapers, also understands the
mef.ning Of "training for the big
one."
In sports, as in life, a man should
lie in constant preparation in
training, if you please for the
one big job when it comes along,
Mrs. Heiman says. She knows Sam
will "Eat Breathe-and-Live" CJA
and Shirley Heiman maintain their
home, their's a neighbor who will
be seeing a great deal of the Hei-
mans. He's Stanley C. Myers, on
of the founders of Federation in
1938 and its president this year.
"There'll he plenty of midnight
oil burned at these two homes in
the weeks ahead." said Shirley,
with a sigh.
It may well be that Heiman's
formula of "thinking big plan-
ning big then doing if will once
nn.it score a victory for CJA and
the people who need help. Time
and the inspired devotion of Hei-
man "> CJA volunteers will tell.
Prejudice is Topic
Of Film Forum
Mrs William Lindner, chairman
of the Miami discussion group of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, this week announced that
a discussion will be held on "So
You Think You're Free From Pre-
judice" Nov. 17. 8 p.m.. at the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
The discussion will be introduced
by the showing of a film, "High
Wall."
This will be followed by a panel
On these trips Heiman is ever ers of the community, seated there \ ed.
for the next few months. "That's | (.,msjstinK [ r)r. Seymour Blumen-
the way he does things," she smil- j ,na| psychologist. Dr. Don Michel-
mindful of his friends. A steady
stream of notes, postcards and hun-
dreds of thoughtful souvenirs flow
into Miami from all over the
southern states as he goe- about his
chores
Mis close friends will tell you
that, to their knowledge. Sam Ilei
man has no hobbies except mak-
ing friend- and helping people.
And men like Judge George Holt
and Judge Vincent Giblin who
know him well say it's a life time
task to which Sam has dedicated
himself Other community leader-
in the fields of finance, welfare,
government and education who are
cioae to the quiet spoken Atlantan
agree with this opinion. And they
all admire him for it
Extent to which the Greater Mi-
ami community holds him in es-
teem was demonstrated at the re-
|, manv friends who
hi back in the
- said, "Sam would
w<*hou! stoooinc.
Blower, catch a few hours'
cot the rear of his of-
I rolling again."
it business associate laid:
[it X houi a day on a little
It was amazing.
|y \ hours because it was a
how long he slept, or if
......rn for people
has given Heiman
M and understand cent meeting of Federation s execu-
nblems He wants "w committee.
88 representatives of score- of
clubs and agencies, to rally to the
big job ahead
The audience response left no
doubt with anyone their hands
were outstretched in a pledge of
firm cooperation
And it was .i climax in achieve
ment for the unassuming man with
the Southern drawl who had at-
tained the highest post in Federa-
Out in Coral Gables, where Sam
Member Drive Ends
Flagler-Oranada Jewish Commu-
nity (.'enter will climax its mem-
bership drive with an open house
party at the (enter on Sunday eve-
ning. Nov. 14. An original skit.
The Center Receives a Guest."
will be presented.
: son. University of Miami profes-
sor, and Miss Marie Roberts, teach-
ler at Booker T. Washington High
I School, discussing the motion pic-
ture The Rev. Edward Ullrich will
moderate.
Dade County Council on Commu-
nity Relation- ha- cooperated with
the Miami discussion group of
I Council in helping lo arrange the
program.
ii
It was here that the 1958 cam
paign chairman would be selected.
Aaron m k.mner. last year's chair-
man and a life long friend, intro-
duced the candidate A wave of
spontaneous applause greeted men-
tion ot Heiman's name, even as
several people were calling tor
unanimous approval of the nomi-
nation.
Kanner anil Heiman clasped
hands briefly. Then the new chair-
man made hi- acceptance speech,
It w.i- short, sincere, moving Some
said they had never heard him
speak so emotionally, so much
"from the heart He pledged lo
devote himself to the cause of help
ing others through the Combined
Jewish Appeal. He urged the lead
Federation Meeting
Scheduled Tuesday
Sam J, Heiman. chairman of the ,
1955 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-1
paign. will make his first official ;
appearance b e f o r e members of
ible. With his broth-1 Federation's board of governors al
its meeting Tuesday evening. Nov.
16. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jew-1
i.sh Education
It is expected that Heiman will
outline some of the action plans
developed by the campaign com
mitlee. He will describe the "in-
formal institute" plan which is
proving SO successful in the re-
cruitment program to enroll young
business executives in the work of
Federation.
ntinuing a sentence or', Also |Md on]the tartl
' *as looking over the ver- g"*""" agenda Ns 11 h a J
hpon rn the Oct. 14 meet- N" """ft'JSflL Jf re*
^nlj becne silent. He community and formula tion ol re
In. h..n.i ... .. -.-:. -Commendations on coping witn mis
re's someone in
wants to help
red-tape, fanfare
|i ible delay.
l it things done"
|i!iil; which tired
| lodge to donate
I'd to their Blood
I oi the man in the
It he little businessman, In
' brought Sam into
iboul 15 years ago.
hied this waj
It .leaning establish
lere threatened with a lTor
Irenie Court ruling which
np'i-e unfair price ceilings
Iper tree competition in the
when the cause seemed to
' ne iily lost- it was
I'" h made the trip to
I tnnn the Supreme
'Id I the case for Dade
businessmen.
lat believer In good will and
leacv nt proper public re-
[he never fails to maintain
Union touch wherever and
er pos
ami business partner, Al
Itein, Ihey direct the work
One Hour Valet Miami
then make the rounds of
ate-, supervising the opera-
the 33 offices in 23 cities.
>ies of United Nations
Ntinued from Pag* 1 A
II -entative has express-
* at I he change of our
ommendati<.....
The board will, in addi-
tion, review, discuss and take ac-
tTcMMigS tta recommendations made by ,
ZSSTwT&Z the executive committee at It-
In- hand for a glass of
*'k a sip, slumped forward Prob
lapsed in his seat. The
Securit
bewilderment Dr. Moshe
MI), helped carry the November
delegate out of the cham-
Iwas about 4:15 p.m. An
T the head of the Egyptian
n t,> the UN was dead.
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Stanley C. Myers will preside.
and former campaign chairman
Aaron M. Kanner will introduce
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FRIDAY
Amy Soifer Becomes Mrs. Martin Levin
In fioublc Rime Rites; Chooses Nylon Tulle
Soifer, daughter of Mr nd Mrs
John w Soifer, 10270 East Bay
VYinston-Salem will be the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Levin
Their wedding took place in that
city at Temple Emanuel Saturday.
Rabbi Ernst Conrad officiated at
the double-rin candlelight cere-
monj
The bride is the former Sue Amy
Schrebnicjvs Wed
In Double Ring Rites
At Wesl Palm Beach
Joseph Schrebnick, son oi the
late Carl and Mar) Schrebnick,
pioneer residents ol West Palm
Bi ach, and Mrs Doroth) E Church
were married Oct l bj Rabbi Max
Landman at Temple Beth Kl in
West Palm Beach
The double rum ceremon) saw
the bride given awaj bj Mr and
Mrs. Philip Dave Attendants for
the bridegroom were Larrj Heftel
and Sgl Larry Feldman, ol Palm
Beach Air Force Base.
Robert Church, son ol Ihe bride
was ring bearer The bride wore
an ankle-length gown ol nylon and
lace Her shoulder-length veil was
attached to a crown ot seed pearls
She carried a white Bible. I
with a shower bouquet of white
carnations.
Mr Schrebnick. a graduate ol
tin Universit) oi Miami, was the
first Jewish male child born in
West Palm Beach \ tutor, he is a
veteran ol World War II. having
>ei\ed three years in the Air Force,
v ith overseas sen ice in It..
\ stria
Mrs Schrebnick is the dau
<>i Mr and Mrs Arthur Robinson,
-inn. Long Island
couple will reside in Wi I
..in
PERSONALLY
S P E A K I N G
and Mrs Stefan I chacz, ol
Chicago, have arrived .it the White
Hi use hotel for then annual vaca-
tion. 'riie> plan a trip t" Latin
America prior to returning home
The couple are being entertained
bj Mr. and Mrs Jacques Cohen,
1320 15th st while visiting the
r.i ach Also entertained by the
< hens i- Harry Feinberg, chiel
court attendant ol Kings Count)
Court, Brook!) n, N.Y., vacat ioi
at the < romwell hotel with his wife
and law Mil na Fi i berg
Mr. and Mr- Marvin Goldman,
oi 5115 SW 4th -i Miami an-
nounce the birth ol theii daugh-
i i Marjorie l- aith at Jack n M
mi rial Hospital on No\
arrival joins hei brothi i Hi .v
;.r Harbor dr Miami Beach.
She wore i nylon tulle gown
over satin Alencon lace accented
the fitted bodice at the -boulder
and hand-clipped n edallions ol
mat chin : lace were appliqued on
the full, ballerin i length skirl
Her four-tiered veil ol imported
-i!k illusion fell from a lace cap
Miss Ethel Levin, the bride
- -:-i, r, was her onl) at
t( nda ts wen Miss E v. right, Wint Salen a n d
l. L'den, 1 i N.C
Bruce Levin was best man for
h cousin, w ho is the son ol Mr
Winston
Sale n
i -h wen : red v ifi i Dr
ll iward Wi Bert K Her
ben Sosnick h Katzin
The bride I Mi
ami Beach Senior High Scho il and
SI I.uke Children's and Medical
Center School ol Technology. Phil-
adelphia she was associated with
North shore Hospital laborator)
Mr Levin attended State College
ol Agriculture and Engineering of
the Universit) oi North Carolina,
Raleigh, a n d served in the Air
Force He is associated with Sedge-
field Greenhouses in Greensboro,
N C
Eth< l

Couples Limited, of Temple Israel, will present the three-act comedy. Lighl Up the Sh-
Sunday Nov. 14. through Wednesday. Nov. 17. 8:30 p.m.. at the Temple Shewn left u
are (top row) Bob Pritikin. Ted Williams. Marvin Wax. Irv Goldhoff and Dave Davis. Bag
row are Pearle Snider, V.cki Dunn. Jerry Fuchs. Nelda Josepher. Betty Burrows and L
Stanleiqh director. Proceeds will go toward fulfilling a Couples Limited pledge for the^
pies building lund In charge of reservations is Mrs. George Brown.
North Dade P.T.A. To Hear Panel Talk
P.T A ol the North Dade Jewi-h
Center will hold its next meeting
on Wednesda) evening Nov 17. in
the auditorium at 18630 West Dixie
hwa)
Speakers will he Robert Riley,
president ol the hildren's Protec
live League, who i- also .i Dade
County school trustee, and Dr .'
Kapchan professor ol py< h
.it the University of Miami
I heir subject will be "The
i- ni Child Molestation and Pos
sible Ways to Secure Bettei I i
lection For Our Childn i
\ panel discussion will also be
held, wnh comments b) Mayor Sas
Councilman Kimball and Police
chief Engell.
Distributors Named
Kosher Zion Sninfa Co. of
go, nationally known produc
era ol delicatessen and meat prod-
and operators oi U. S. Gov-
ernment Superviaiofl No. l. this
week announced the appointment
ni C.....tlmo Provision Co., with
and freezer facilities at 855
Phi Sigma Alumna*
Plan Fashion Show
Burdine Tea Rix.m *$\
setting for a fashion \,
p.m.. Not 13 -iHinsciredbjl
Sigma Mumnae A
Greater Miami
Proceeds from ttx lea^gl
ion show Mill go towardtac|
Fund ol i n bral Palsj
supported ii> ih'.- alumna|
The assoi. ti -uppliesikji
sary bfao I children rt
ents are unable t" pay lortl
Phi Sigi
Biscayne -t as their Greater M
ami distributor- Owners of Coa-t- all over tin I ruled States
line are Herman I'earl and Shel- to the local group vhiekk
don Dearr, both of whom have b) Mr- Joseph Klein
been in the meat products distrib- In chargi
Uting business for many years. Arthur Ben
>l resenalN
3ti
II Oil II4* 111"
Mr- Ethi 1 Shochet, ol Miami,
and her daughter and son in I
thi A Finle) Binders, have arrived
in Israel for a six week sta) ^>
tb. m are Mi and Mrs Bii l< i
children. Jonathan, Jeffre). Ethel
and Louis
Mr. and Mr- Arnold l> I
Oi West Palm Beach, are now m
in-, their home at 2007 SW 17th
vc Miami. Mr I.a/.arus is a form-
er Universit) of Miami graduate,
class of 194;). and i- connected with
the R. L. Polk Co., oi Richmond,
Va
Mr. and Mrs Morton Trilling,
4155 Adam- a\e Miami Beach, an-
nounce the birth of their son.
Lawrence, on Nov. 6 Grandparents
are Mr and Mrs. Murray Kaufman
and Mr and Mrs Jack Trilling
ij & H
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard, of
Harmon on Hudson. New York,
have returned to Miami Beach to
spend the winter at 8200 Byron
ave. Mr. Leonard is the author of
"Americans All." Mrs. Leonard -
column. 'Jewish Cookery." appears
in English-Jewish newspapers
throughout the nation. t
6 &
Dr. and Mrs Philip Gottlieb have
returned to Miami from Chicago
and are now at home at 800 Jeron-
imo dr.. Coral Gables.
Births
Ri e, nt birth- in the Greater Mi
ami area include the follow
J( i iime, on ol M r and Mr- I'.r
\in Silverberi 227 Nw 18th ave
Eili ighter ol Mr
and Mi Levensoi 3530 SW
10th -
ol Mr and Mrs
Vrthur Seltzer, 1011 Alton rd
I. i ol Mr and
Mrs Harr) K 1330 s\\
10th -t
v.,- -. : Mi and Mrs
10th ter
Mar) Ollii daui htcr ol Mr and
M I ado l : 1253 Penn
sylvania
J ihn ol \!'
'.'. irren

Cindi Lyi laughl
Uteri '
in
m tn Mr and Mrs
'I Kotick
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
William A. Gerstein.
Sin, burn tn Mr and Mr- Le in
ard Scot i
Son born to Mr and Mr- Robert
Warren
Son born lo Mi and Mr- Justin
Goldsmith
Son born to Mi and Mrs Martin
P Shachat.
Smi born to Mr .md Mr- Benja
min Kushner
Son born t" Mi and Mn Syd S
Franklin
Daughter born to. Dr and Mrs
Selijj I) Snow
Education is Subject
Second meeting of the current
season of the Miami Ethical Cul-
ture Society will be held at the
Delano hotel on Sunday. Nov 14.
11 a.m. Professor Ordlie M Clem,
of the University ol Miami, will
speak on education.
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unVEMBER 12, 1954
-JmlsrtnwSrto+f,
sum
iwitz Elected
,i Cemetery
iciation Head
annual meeting-held Mon-
Z of<*s "f Ihe Greater
h Cemetery Amocw-
iodore J Sakowito, local
, 1S elected to the office
lent for the ensuing year.
,y sen.es as first vice
congregation Beth F.l
Jutlve in many religious,
mpic and social organ!**-
I represents Congregation
the board ol governors
heater Miami Jewish Fed-
nd ,. actively engaged in
El Hebrew Academy,
ing his duties. Sakowitz
p|ans [or the continued
id development of Mt. Si-
n.,l park and the .Jewish
,,( u/oodlawn Park Ceme-
jcr ,, owned and operat-
ic Greater Miami Jewish
i Association.
,1 jo serve with Sakowitz
j Simons, first vice presi-
o Meyer, second vice pres-
ijney H Palmer, secretary:
Pepper, reelected for his
m ,,. treasurer.
led by their respective con-
ns i.i serve on the ceme-
rd are Isidore Schwartz, Al-
adow, Morris Rabinowitz,
'hitman. Joseph Cohen, H.
rich, David Kleber. Mrs.
oldberg, Mrs. Anna Block
Geltner.
dal meet my to evaluate
made and to prepare fu-
ns has been called by the
: r Sunday morning.
. on Ihe cemetery grounds
Memorial Park.
cial meeting will follow
ig al 8 p.m.
PAGE 7 A
Theodore Sakowiti
ig Attendant
[Courtesy Award
Loan Fund
In Operation
At a meeting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Ackerman last week.
Harry Simons, chairman of the
Baron dc Hirsch loan committee,
announced that office facilities are
now available for the committee at
the Bureau of Jewish Education
building.
The committee, in addition to
Simons, consists of Benjamin Beck,
Leo Eisenstein, William Freedman,
Albert Qtiadow, frank Hose and
David Kleber and will be in attend-
ance every second and fourth Mon-
day evening to Interview appli-
cants and to act on loans
Sidney H. Palmer, co-chairman
of publicity. :t.ited that a number
of loans have been processed and
Erica Morini
To be Soloist
The second pair of University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra con-
certs with John Bitter, conductor
On Sunday, Nov. 21. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, and Monday,
NOV. 22. at the I);lc County Audi-
torium will have Kria Morini. cele-
brated violinist, aa soloist.
At the age ol eight, Miss Morini
had fini-hed the master course at
the Vienna Conservatory, studying
under the famous Sevcik, and was
ready for her professional debut
Mi-s Morini gives her father credit
for recognition and development
Of her tonal gifts
The child played her first or-
chestral engagement as soloist un-
der the baton of Artur Nikisch.
The United States first summon
ed Miss Morini when she was in
her early teens. She made her
debut at Carnegie Hall under the
baton of Artur Bodanzky. Her suc-
cess here was as immediate as in
F.urope. She was declared "peer
Of the greatest of her male col-
leagues
Funds Slated for
B'nai B'rilh Projects
Atlantic Towers hotel will be the
scene of the B'nai B'rith's "Car-
nival Under the Stars" night on
Saturday. Nov. 13, at 8:30 p.m. Mr.
;:nd Mrs. Ben I.ebow will be host
and hostess.
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will sponsor the
"Human Rights" were discussed by this quartet of civic lead-
ers at the Greater Miami Jswish Foderat-on all-day confer-
ence. Judge Harold B. Spaet (left) and George J. Talianoff
(second from left) commended the Anti-Defamation League,
American Jewish Committee and Jewuh War Veterans for
their civic defense programs. "Howard Prown, WTVJ news-
caster, and Daniel Heller (extreme right). State commander,
Jewish War Veterans, complete the panel.
WTVJ to Show B'nai
B'rith Feature Film
In cooperation with the mem-
bership and programs department
of B'nai B'rith. Station WTVJ will
present the film "Heritage," to be
shown on Monday, Nov 15, at 6
p.m.
Produced by the AntiDefama-
fund raisin- affair. Mrs. Helen Ition League of B'nai B'rith in co
Sanders, president, stated that operation with the United Chris-
funds raised will go toward the
tian Youth Movement and the Cath-
ever produced in the field of hu-
man relations.
The program is being presented
during the present B'nai B'rith
membership campaign being con-
ducted in Greater Miami.
various projects of B'nai B'rith. |olic Youth Organization of CHI-
Reservations are being taken by ca*- this film depicts the natural
Mrs Louis Shafkin who is chair- "e**" L^divlduals.
man for this affair. The film has been lauded by
educators as one of the best films
Sisterhood to Meet
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
made" within'the iast't'ew'day- and s,h""1 ""' Congregation will hold
aid to I motorist during that several applications are now
time, Lee Michaels was pending and being considered.
is tin- week's winner of in cooperation with Max Silver.
Beach Chamber of Com- chairman of the public relations
i 23. 1 p.m.. at the synagogue, it was
announced by Mrs. Robert Schweit-
' zer. president.
tirte-> award. Leo Eisen-
inounced here.
Is, a parking lot attendant
flute II mse hotel, was nom-
aT. Mr> Helen Sanders, of
lh pi Miami Beach.
til- lues at 1475 NW 68th
lh hi- wife Melves and two
Allied and Izes.
committee of the loan fund, Palmer
is now assembling and preparing
a brochure dealing with the objec-
tives of the fund and stressing for
prospective applicants the method
to follow in order to obtain inter-
est free loans.
The booklet, when completed in
the near future, will be distributed
through the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, of which the loan fund
is a participating member.
>*
lea Mind/in
Ind Modern Thought
|ecf of Tuesday lecture
findlin, of The Jewish Flor-
in di-ciiss "Impact of the
Modern Thought" Tuesday
Nov 16. 8 p.m.. in the
auditorium at 918 6th
lii Beach.
the second in a series of
Mures sponsored by the
Association of the Acad-
erne of the eight lectures
"ible and Modern Man."
pi Will discuss the various
and trends in American
8'ish literature during-the
years and their relation-
he Bible.
er member of the English
the University of Miami,
11- a graduate of New York i
|ty and Columbia Urrrver-[
New Program Opens
At Beach Branch
A new program designed for
junior high boys and girls will be
Inaugurated Sunday. Nov. 14, 2:30
p.m., at the Beach Branch, Great-
Si Miami Jewish Community (en-
ter
A Sadie Hawkins Party" will
kickoff the new club program
which is open to all boys and girls
in 7th. 8th and 9th grades of
school Square dancing and enter-
tainment will be part of the after-
noon's activities
There will be two friendship
groups organized"Hi-Teens" girls
and the 'Mariner Club" for the
boys.
Working on the committee are
Mrs. C. Bussey. Mrs Jack Herman.
Mrs. Ben Nitzberg and Mrs. Sid
Javer.
Rabbi Hurwitz is Speaker
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora
Jewish Center spiritual leader, will
be guest speaker at a meeting of
the Miami Chapter, American Jew-
ish Congress, on Wednesday after-
noon. Nov. 17. 1 p.m., at 500 SW
17th ave. Subject of the Rabbi's
talk is "Living Judaism." A Ter-
centenary skit will also be offered.
Mrs. Kornfield Chairman
To raise funds for Hadassah Med- j
ical Center, the Chaim Weizmann
Group of Hadassah is sponsoring a .
card party on Teusday evening.
Nov 16. 8 p.m.. at the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation.
Mrs. Harry Kornfield is Hadassah
Medical Center chairman.
Remarque Novel Review
Beth El Sisterhood will celebrate
Jewish Book Month at Dora August
Memorial Hall. 500 sw nth ave.,
on Nov. 16th. 1:30 p.m. Rabbi S. T.
Swirsky will review the current
novel. "A Time to Live and a Time
to Die." by Erich M. Remarque
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Barry College Hosts
Medical Workshop
Barry (Viege, Miami Shores,
h -t.'d the South Florida Section
ol the 1954 Medical Technology
Workshop here recently
under the inpieea of the General
I (.tension Dhriaion "I Florida.
ooperating in the presentation
< i the course which i~ deaigned
1. bring medical laboratory tech-
nician* upti'.l.it.' on the newe.st
, vetopmi nt- m their profession
. i. the State Board of Bxam-
i- m the Basic Seieneea and the
I irida State Board ol Health
Instructors appointed for the
teen-hour courae .it Bern "'
Dr M M Brooke. Chief,
ad Mycologj Section,
i -- Communicable Disease Ceo-
I Vtlanta Ga Dr Sherman Kap-
Inti rnal Medicine Specialist,
t rat ion Hospital,
Dr Nancj Nol
ti Miami Heart In-
stituti Mi i ii Schreiber, Member.
B .,ni ol Health,
ksonvillc and John M Maw n
hemist tor I linical
l boratories, Miami.

Fashion Men
Install Otficers
Installation of officers of the Mi
ami Fashion Council took place
at a dinner in the Cotillion room ol
the DiLido Hotel Bl M'-""> li,'-uh
recent l>
At that time. Harold A Scnifl,
of Fashions ol Florid
his third tern ..- preaidenl
Other officers include Sam
K.mtor and Ufred Gottlieb M<>'
presidents. Fd Kolber, treasurer;
and Arthur ftoai secretarj
New directors include George
Steam, Marjorie Parka, Harold
\i,,rion w Leon B n mImt
itcia, David Both Norman Rhine-
hart Mel Warahaw, Arthur S Kahn
and Marim Kurmm
A public and press preview ol
new Ml imi made clothes pre
the opening "t the I ashion
Council n irk* I wet k i"r resort
and hoiidaj w<
The Fashion Council's annual
market week is being hi id at the
DiLido Hotel September if-24.
FP&L Report Wins
Merit Award
Mono- Power light Com-
pany's 1953 annual report was um-
nar ol a coveted Merit Award in
the annual report lurvej conduct
,.,i b) Financial World, according
to Weaton Smith, executive vice
preaidenl "1 'he national inv.st
men! and buainess pubiication
The report will now compete
with linahst entries from firms
Iboul the I S lor a bronze
i ol Industry" trophj
An informal t>(> format, easj to
read typographical presentation
.ui editorial and statistical con
tent made the report one of the
most outstanding among 5.000 Mb
mitted, tl* -' 'ted
Titled Bountiful Florida, and
looking more like a popular pic
lure magaaine than a corporation
statdnu nt the report used lavish
illustration- ol Honda groves fac
and beaches t" tell the storj
., phenomenal growth
and the parallel increase in FPU. I
pow< i producing faciUtiej
The unique n port was mailed to
more than 35*00 Fl'&L share-
holders, investors and banking In
stitutions all over the v S earij
this year It was senl mai axine
style without an envelope, to al
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Favorable comment caaoe from ; 'he public relat^-7**
press and rastto. statewide. Notion- j nation's normally si
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NOVEMtEft IS
MIGDAL ASHKELON Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Fmanu-El. inspects a 66-inch reinforced concrete pipe now
g used in Israel's irrigational development program. The
r. :pes are produced here at the giant Yuval Gad Pipe Factory.
nuests of the State of Israel Bond Drive Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman made a comprehensive study of the develop-
industnes, inspected new irrigation projects and saw Is-
. s new farms. The two-week tour through Israel was a gift
to the spiritual leader made by the congregation on the oc-
casion of his tenth year in Temple Emanu El's pulpit.
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sugar
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1Y wnVEMBER 12. 19S4
JZJarisiifhrtdtori
[Rabbi Returns After Seven Years
III
PAGE 9 A
A

fc>,
rtofh Go/dschm/d"f fo
Address Dade lawyers
Hon. Robert L, Floyd, Dade
County Circuit Judge-Elect, will in-
troduce Miss Kuth Goldschmidt,
director of Public Affairs of the
Consulate General of Israel in New-
York, when she addresses the Dade
County Bar Association at its regu-
lar meeting on Monday, Nov. 15.
12:15 p.m., at the Columbus hotel.
Miss Goldschmidt will discuss
"Democracy in the Middle I
The address will be the first in
a number of appearances which
have been arranged by the Zionist
Council of South Florida for Miss
Goldschmidt's visit to the Greater
Miami community during the pe-
riod November 14 to 21.
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity is invited to hear Miss
Goldschmidt deliver a first-hand
report on current developments in
Israel on the night of Monday. Nov.
15, 8 p.m.. in a meeting to be held
at the Lear School auditorium. 1010
We>t ave.
Maurice Survic, chairman of the
Zionist Council of South Florida.
Mrs. H. C. Moser and Mrs. George
M. Cohen are coordinating the
plans lor Mi" Goldschmidt's visit
to the Greater Miami community.
JTZ SA'AD Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of T
lunch with members of this young farm vil
be settled by young orthodox Israelites, is
Ionian was told. The night before his vis
libbutz and stole a quantity of irrigation pi
(ie with an indelible impression," the Rab
economy, a unified nation and a healthy
assisted the spiritual leader and his wife
ent leaders here.
emple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Lehr-
lage near the Egyptian border in Israel. The
five years old and is developing rapidly, Rab-
it, Arab marauders from the Gaza strip entered
pes. "The dynamic spirit of the people here has
bl said before leaving. "They are creating a
youth, in one historic operation State of Israel
in a series of interviews with religious and gov-
AVIY Seven years ago, Jewish Appeal, drove to the Kaete .initiative which helped spark the
Irving Lehrman, of Temple
iv.\ stepped off a plane at
lairpnrt in Israel on the his-
leol thi United Nations ret-
proclaming a Jewish State
tine.
Lydda airport, he and oth-
^bcr- nf a special delegation
email Jewish leaders tour-
ipe "ii behalf of the United
Dan hotel here and witnessed the
joyous street celebrations which
greeted the news of partition.
Last week, Kabbi Lehrman was
back a", the Dan hotel, the giant
big brother of the Kaete Dan.
where seven years ago he and oth-
er Jewish leaders temporarily re-
sided. No one was more welcome
than Rabbi Lehrman. for it was his
BkL. mi^f^B i^^ >
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if' r "t
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imagination of outstanding Miami
Beach financiers to lend a hand
to the tiny Kaete Dan so that con-
struction of the vast Dan hotel, to-
day Israel's most luxurious, could
move ahead.
The interesting reunion of Rabbi
and Mrs lehrman with the Dan
was one highlight of an intensive
two week inspection of Israel un-
dertaken by the couple. Meeting
with religious a*id governmental
leaders. Rabbi Lehrman covered
die entire country.
American .leu-." Rabbi Lehr-
man said here, "have played a very
important role in hastening the in-
dustrial development ol Israel.
: What motivates the constant flow
'of assistance," he continued, "is a
-en-' ni brotherhood for the Jews
| of Israel."
According to Rabbi Lehrman, de-
spite :li.- many economic problems
which beset the Jewish state, the
country has made "tremendous
strides in the seven years since my
I last trip." He expressed the belief
that the coming seven years iii
find Israel well on the way to eco-
nomic self-sufficiency.
Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman are
making the trip to Israel and Eur-
ope as the result of a gift from
members of Temple Emanu-El to
mark his tenth anniversary in the
congregation's pulpit.
i
11
Ked this week was the Marseilles hotel's new kosher
law supervision. Abe Gefter, managing director, re-
that the ocean front hotel, at 1741 Collins ave, will be
[used by Rabbi Moses Meschelofl. A full time Mash-
"'11 be on duty daily from the opening to the closinq of
Chen. Gefter also revealed that religious services will
da'ly in the Marseilles' private synagogue.
Drewich Elected
To Sixth Term
II. M. Drewich was this week re-
1 elected president of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Drewich
assumes the post fur a sixth term.
Other officers named at an elec-
tion meeting were Dave Kleber,
vice president; Samuel liouclbaum,
second vice president; Ben Soko-
loff. treasurer
Mrs Jack W. Persoff, corre-
spondipg secretary; Mrs. Fdward
Becker, recording secretarj. and
Mr- Joseph Schwadron, financial
gecretarj
Named to the board of directors
are Edward Becker, Mrs Nathan
Coulton, Isaac Goldman, Mr-. Dave
Kleber, Mrs Sophie Moss. Jack
W. Persoff, Jacob Raubfogel. Jo-
seph Rutansky, Mrs. Robert Sch-
weitzer, Mrs Ben Sokoloft Alex
Stahl. Milton Wcincr and Samuel
I) Winn.
First regular meeting of the sea-
son will be held Wednesday eve-
ning. Nov. 17, at 8 p.m.
New Plan for
Adult Courses
A new plan for organized Adult
Jewish education in the Jewish
community of Greater Miami has
been formulated by a joint com-
mittee of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion and Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, consisting of Rabbis Moses
Mescheloff, Morris Skop and Jo-
nah Caplan and Jerome Cordon,
educational director of Beth David
Congregation and Herbert Berger,
and Louis Schwartzman, Bureau
executives.
The plan calls for the stimula-
tion of adult studies in all Jewish
congregations and organizations
under standards and regulations
set up by the joint committee.
These standards outline suggested
subjects for area of subject matter,
length of course, texts and refer-
ences.
A special community certificate
of completion would be awarded
to all students who satisfactorily
complete the courses which meet
these standards. The plan further
calls for the granting of tw" cred
its for each ten hours of instruc-
tion and a special diploma tor
those bii have accumulated 20
credits.
The plan recommend- informal
home classes, a- well .,- formal
clas.-es in all of the school-. Both
the certificate of completion and
the diploma will be a community
award m recognition ot satisfactorj
completion of recognized courses
The plan further outlines the be
ginnings of a college of Jewish -tu
die- to be initiated this year at the
Bureau of Jewish Education build-
ing where a few advanced courses
will be offered to qualified advanc-
ed students.
Harold Thurman, chairman of
the adult education committee of
the Bureau, expressed the hope
that the plan will be put in opera
tion in November, 1954. and that
all congregations will take advan
tags of the services of the Bureau
which offers assistance in outlin
ing courses and standards therefor.
Agudath Israel
Elects Smith
Isaac S. Smith, civic leader of
Baltimore and Miami Beach, ua-
thi- week named president of A.u-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Others elected at a meeting held
al 7H01 Carlyle ave include Mur-
ray Rosenberg. Jacob M. Berger,
Max Gutmann and Dr. Jack B.
Ro-enthal. vice presidents; Harry
Cammer, treasurer: Em rich W(
financial secretary; Benjamin S.
Pearlman, recording secretary; and
Hertz Weiss, honorary president.
Gabaim include Mo-he Sterling
and Hyman Cohen. Constituting
the board of directors will be Mor-
ris Babok. Max Blaser. Abraham
Ehrenreich. Milton Ehrenreich. Al
Erank. Henry Croudan. I.ouis
Greenfield, Bernard K a u fman,
Emanuel Lebowitz. Louis Lang-
wald. David Lapnf. Eol Libert,
Leonard Miller. William Mo-h. i.
Harry November.
Mitchell Reiner. David Rosner,
Ben Tuck, David Whitman. Honor-
ary national directors are Benja-
min Benkovitz, Chattanooga; I- C
Bruder. East Cleveland: Max Can-
tor, Pittsburgh; Isidor Chaplik,
Chicago; Hyman Cohen. Chicago;
William Ewgenbaum, Brooklyn;
Harry Goldberg. Brooklyn; I.-i lor
Haber, I-ong Island: Harry Jack- in,
New York; Joseph Krivcher. Mem-
phis; Isadore Malina. New York;
Ivan Salomon. New York: Israel
Silberman. Long Island City; and
Ben F. Silzerstein, Columbus.
Smith is currently president of
the Miami Beach Baltimore Eriend-
-hlp Club and is former president
of Anshe Sholom Congregation in
Baltimore. He is a member of
B'nai B'rith, Mizrachi Organiza-
tion. Masons. American Jewish
Congress and is chairman of the
board and chairman of the build-
ing committee of the Eree Bureau
Organization of Baltimore.
Wise Hadassah
Slates Functions
Monday. Nov. 15. 12:30 p.m., is
the next regular meeting date for
the Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha
das&ah at the Biltmore Terrace
hotel.
Presentation of the skit, "Dou-
ble Vision, i- scheduled and fea-
tures Deele Solovc. Hannah I.. n
irr. Certnide Sternfield. Eran Ear
bus, Mae Levantin and Helen Zuck
erbraum.
Stephen S. Wise movie theatre
party at the Carib, presenting "Car-
men Jones." is" slated for Nov. 17.
Mrs. Sam Bryman and Mrs. Dan
Sternfield are in charge of reser-
vations.
ADL Cooperates With
Education Week Observance
The Florida Regional Office ot"
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith is cooperating with
the National Education Association
in the celebration of American
Education Week, November 7 to
13, it ha- been announced by Gil-
bert .1. Balkin. Florida ADL direc-
tor. A special program service bul-
letin which lists suggestions lor
materials for use during American
Education Week and which in-
cludes pamphlets, book-, record-
ings, films and filmstrips available
for schools in Florida may be ob
tained from the Florida Regional
Office of the ADL-
Miami Housewife
Wins Scholarship
Mr- Sylvia V. Bosenbaum, 6410
SW 16th -t ha- been awarded a
scholarship for graduate study in
medical social work under an edu-
cational program of the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
A. J. Cleary. chairman of the
Dade County Chapter, said Miss
Rosenbaum is one of eight re.-i-
tents of Florida to take part in the
program. She is studying at Wa-h-
ngton University, St. Louis.


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FRIDAY
Dr. Katsh Takes Top Role in Hebrew Studies gjg
alone
csj
NEW YORK No man, perhaps,
has done more for the advancement
of the Stud) "1 Hebrew in Artier
ican colleges and university than
Abraham l Katsh, chairman ol the
Department ol Hebrew Culture and
Education and Curator ol the Ub-
rarj ol Judaica an ill
New V irk Universitj Son ol .1
Pi tan Tikvah Rabbi, you
sor KaUh ,led
the piunei r wh 1 sel Ihe pact and
,,,! for Hebrew 1 ducation in
l S High schools
This writer, in the
. rch into tl 1 his-
.....linked with an-
-1 drawn to Dr
Katsh about ten yean 1
two vital!) important books ol his
"Hebrew Contributions to \
... 1 Hebraic Found*
v- erican Dem
The revi lations nl 1 d ii Ihese
works, astounding the writer, con-
! him that Hebraic influences
up->n our nation h.-\e been much
el to-
continued, "that life hi
dfq |a the most dynamic social and
educational experiment m a*
world in Israel, students get 1 mi-
croscopic flew ol humanity H< re
re all the struggles and strivings
0| hi.ma.ul> Bl I Whole Her.', too,
Is the most striking exampl<
.1
ol
world
Dr. Abraham Katih
resurgence ol faith in
torn b) war and Ideological eon-
Somehow the Workshops
fdculn and -indent', com.' to feel
that the world drama baa been
,1 onto this little stage,
i, m yi 1 lartingl) nea coun
thi ea tern hor< "' ""'
, : ranean."
so, as tin- writer was sit
,..i chatting with the founder
,,1 (he Workshop" In hlsi Ne*
York l'niversit) Studj a sort ol
Hebrew University" atmosphere,
'" I iage 1
proposed world conclave of .Jewish tne f)|lU
leaden as initialed hy Dr. Moshe
Devil and Mordccai Kaplan an other American, leaden But be
thought that when such a conclave
.s convoked, Ben Qurien would be
the logical man 10 head it and Sde
i the moat fitting place for its
letting.
Dr. Katsh himself believea that
such a world .Jewish conclave, con
vehed to bring about greater unity
ol though) and action within .1. v.
ry, would prove ol the greatest his-
torical significance, "The Jews
have I world mission," be taM
"and 1 h< siat- ol Israel, as the cen-
tral point, must hi come an exemp-
lary nation The term injjather
he hold, does not
lb il dl .lews must return to
[arael l> must be taken in its um
versa! sense, namely, "rhe reatora
tion ol thi prophetic teachings and
vh,>uldau,i
>UlM^u
*h* An
communities tod?]
I,';"" "blsktfdi
and has ,Wo fc
Salem 1
Wes hi duties* jj
'urnai,
."Vh"-'"^
y, The
Dr Katsh -poke of his recent visit
'' '' hop to Israel with great fervor and en-
enl thai it thusiasm, but more particularly 10 the people carrying these prophetic
each summei since ,,f hls ,-, ,,,r-i. -iiii David Ben lenchings to their normalcy"' The
Conuw GurionatSdeBoker "BenGurion.*' '"'|l l"1'' |s o,id-wide. but een
W rksh
of N< *
rnest 0 Melby. I "u".....'............. T~ZT".w tering around a "Holy of Holies"
Vork ty-s he -aid. "having gone back to the (hp rphorn S(a(<, (if hf|je|
ate edit
: tional Sex lo
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'"" "" Hebrew
servrns ... h
"' I "ih.r ,,f .k.
Board .,1 the .i,Wl.J*<
Ar|- and Sciences ih,.
Ass,,,
the World Ini.
Uon, World c
Lan-'; Utcni
membei 1 the -
Literature and I
Academj for Jewuk R
late-t book. Judaism
(Bloch I'uhlishing cw
been hailed by therm
unique and Kholsrh
and "an important cos
the understanding
ler than I- usually r School ol Education stal soil, typifies the spirit ol the an [)r K.()^ (.xprf,,s,.(1 ,m. view, ground ai
Dr Katsh thi n
Dr Katsh the author ol
unique historical works, th-:
merits our special attention and
I this Terci ntenary
when we an 1 1 rating
the 3(Kiih anniversarj "i Jewish
in the New 1
of the Puril ed A
ir Dr Katsh n cognizing how
11, brew ism was rooted in
American loundations and realiz
iu tin- basic fact had
almost rlooked b)
led to
do somi il, -'it and, almost
and for manj
conducti il ne-n an 11 rcenten
ary" cam] Tl
not in \.
Ni arlj twentj years ago, a) the
initiative el I>! Katsh Nl W York
t niversity began two non
courses in modern Hebrew It took
-. .,1 deal ol efl Dr Katsh
told Ihe writer during an int< rview
with him tin- week, "to indu
l'niversit I inue cours in
Hebn w e\ modifii 'I form:
I h .ii as
1
tl a
He


lu- lor the Hi I ich
< \; Professoi K itsh 1
tinu 1 o.-ibli thi intro-
duction of Hebrew
subject in the 1
ol Edueati >n in 1931 and in I
Hebrew
Cull
lishi
: Katsl
historii it Ne\ L'n
sit) 1 ni I -i ovei em| hasized. It
ha- sprea I ihiough 'l, wh
tion Si \ enti w as
not 1 sii universitj in
the country that offered Hebrew as
B modi n lagi ["oda> son
Institutions teach it Seventeen
yean ag 1 Hebri w now here
found in an) language conference
Today the Hebrew panel 1- a fea
ture ol such conferences held an-
nually at New York University, Dr.
Katsh revealed Seventeen years
ago only -even school- were known
to have accepted Hebrew as meet-
ing the high school language re-
quirement. Today more than 7000
teach it. Behind all this progress
stands the name of Abraham I
Katsh. whose outstanding achieve-
ments won him in 1952 the B'rith
Abraham Gold Medal.
But Dr. Katsh's restless Jewish
spirit moved him to even wider
spheres. In order to link the Uni-
versity's educational activities with
those in Israel, he succeeded in
1949 in instituting an overseas
"Workshop on the Life and Culture
in Israel." Its purpose: to provide a
selected group of students, teach-
ers and community leaders from all
parts of the world an opportunity
to study the political, economic,
educational, social and cultural in-
stitutions of the new State in their
The Works* the
mi di rn Isr u out
four wall- of an American class
room riLiht into its natural
6000 .,> Crossing two
i a continent, -tudents
from nearl) ever) state ol the
Union learn ni thi- youngest de-
icy in thi East, not
from maps, but from the Hill- ol
Galilee and the wastelands ol Ihe
not from books, but from
the people 'hi mselves it 1- no ex
. ation to saj," I lean Uelb)
cent Hebrew prophets They prac In.l( ,n(, ,|,.vvl>h Agency, permitting This is tin
what thej preached This ],.,,| Jewish communities to hail- Yeshlva student fna
move by the first Prime Minister die their own affairs, should devote after receiving his
if Israel," I>r Katsh stressed, "con-
stitutes one ol the greatest con-
tributions anyone could make to
the State" He indicated that Ben
Gurion 1- vitally interested in the
more ol its energies towards the Dropsie College and
opening up of doors for both Jews Princeton introduced:
and non Jews t<> go to study in I- American hither edai
ra. I and receive the "electrv- made the Unifl
shock," as he called it. which the conscious."
Sisterhood Marks
Tercentenary
1 m Monday, Nov 15, at l p m
Temple Israel Sisterhood, headed
b) Mr- Leopold Schwartz, will
h .id ii opening meet ing it Kap
ln Hill
Mrs I l"'o
gram chairman and a Sisterhood
vice pn sidi nl has announci d thai
Dr .'"-' I'b Nai 1 Israel's
rabbi '' ati r
tenarj Committee,
1 1--eit lu I to 1:30
'

Mr- -
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The mu port ion ol thi afti r
will be pio\ idi >t b)
loj 1 and Mi I V
dler, accompanist
IlltOUlU-lllg
Visiting Dentist
Attends Convention
lir Rose leiii ol Yoik. Pa al
tended the national dental conven
tion held lure No\ B to 11
Dr, Fi Id is
school di i.i;-i ini
the York Cit)
-i hools.
While here.
she visiti 1 with
her fatht 1 Me)
r Stem. ,,inl -is
ters, Mr Helen
Stock and Mr- S
I. Cohen
Mi- Cohen is
president of the
Israelite (.'enter
sisterhood.
Dr. ttii
Mrs. Grossinqer
Honored in New York
NEW YORK Many famous pto
pie. who have made their mark in
the political, literary, theatrical,
business, press and sports fields,
were among the friends who hon-
ored Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, of
Grossinger, N. Y.. Tuesday eve-
ning at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Proceeds of the $100a plate af-
fair, which was given by the Jew-
ish National Fund, will go to a con-
valescent home in Israel Eddie
Cantor was honorary chairman of
the event. George Jessel was toast-
master.
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eer Women to Install Officers, 1
Functions in Greater Miami
Jonah K (apian, spiritual the invocation, and Mrs Jacob Raf-
lnf CtinKregation Kneselh Is- fel will serve as tOUtauter
ill be Ki"'- speaker at Pio- The Histadrut Chorale, directed
tVomen (lub s 'nstalla*'on ov Miss Rutn Brotman, with Mi.ss
bn Sunday evening. Nov. 14, Olga Bihor Stern at the piano, will
in the Cadillac hotel. sing Israeli songs.
ai h.^hliRht of the evening Mrs Rubjn R(M am| Mrs y^
Mis Carol Diana Meyer are chairmen.
Mrs. Bernard Kanrer and Mrs.
Irwin Labbe. co-chairmen, an-
nounce that Kadimah's November
Pnry Seitlin. chairmap of dessert card party will take place j
ninj;. announces that Mrs. in Mrs. Labor's home. 2161 SW j
ushukin, president of the 20th st Tuesday. Nov. 16. at 1pm'
Miami Council of Pioneer i ____________________
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NAME LAW
..>TI< I. IS HEREBY (S1VBN thai
wm ,.;,""s'.....,rt"-1 -' """>
"' <>;ul.. ,,nty. Mm Ida
l/i:.'.,..-*, "r^1-" ''COHBM
N< >t4<
(esdames Louis Beckerman.
L,. Essie Wilensky. Netty
[and Eva l-eopold. vice pres-
Sophie Krantz. recording
L Bertha Dernis, corre-
nj secretary; Minnie Bauer,
,r Leah Notkin. financial
Iry
1 Mesdames Sophie Krantz
ira Wilensky. Moetzet Ha
Essie Wilensky. Esther
'and Betty Shechter. child
Ruili Kutz and Ida Morn
, k l /- Stadlan and Anna
.cultural; Henry Seitlin and
Ki iz membership; Yetta
nan and Ida Bickow, lun-
Leah Notkin, publicity; Rose
I and Esther Oarber,
- and Leah Rosen
,.' shi chter and Mania Ta-
Hsrael supplies.
id man i~ opening h'"*
( : ; \W Vlh -t rd. to mem
thi (lolda Myerson club on
ky i im ing Nov 13, 8 p.m.,
y Malka to honor Mr
William Kreimer who arc
c their golden wedding
|sar\
: Kadimah members and
bn their married daughters,
i I i-icl. Mrs. Bernard
pum and Mrs Melvin Gold.
ticipate in the skit, "A
\g," written by Rabbi Joseph
hi l.ci- Angeles, Calif., and
r- bj Mrs. Albert Shkoier,
to Goldman and Mrs. Louis
at ihi Kadimah Chapter's
membership reception
1 evening. Nov. 18, 8:30
the Cadillac hotel.
Irving Pearlburg will offer
Auxiliary to
Hospital Head
Friedman, executive direc-
the Jewish Consumptives'
K ety, tubercular and can-
pital at Denver, Colo., will
I speaker of the Greater
|J( its Auxiliary on Wednes-
Ining. Nov. 17. 9 p.m., at the
k hotel,
ff ment will be a musical
Ifrein the Lorraine Maryln
Mudhi.
(airmen are Bertha Schaln-
eulah Poncher and Zena
(i. assisted by Rose Carrie,
Offi nhutter, Adele Perez,
Lefkoe, Peggy Goldblum,
Orling, Myrtle Poncher,
fet* and Rose Levey.
Henrietta Schoenfeld is
it "I the local group.
Victor Stern, teacher of viola at
the University of Miami School of
Music, will be presented in recital
at Beaumont Hall on Monday eve-
ning, Nov. 15. 8:30 p.m.
Joseph Tarpley, secretary of the
School of Music, will be at the
piano.
Since joining the faculty in 1952. I
S'orn has appeared in numerous re-
citals and chamber music concerts
anu has also served as principal
vmlist in the symphony orchestra.
Hi is a former pupil of William
Primrose and was for several years
violist with the National Symphony
Orchestra.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
"J" J"P'CIM- CIRCUIT ?N and
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thai < I.ill .,f Coroulalnl f, |,IV,,.,,
i. been fii.-ri against van mil you
" equlred ... ., rve a ,.,,, ,,f >,,,.
*nsw< th. :. .,, ,, Plalntlfl ittoriicy,
BEN K8HRN "II Reynold Hulldlag,
Miami, Florida, and rn,. ,i. original
''""' "' uf the Clerk of
tile i Ircult Com........ before the 11th
da) of I....-,,, t.... |.,-.i. otherwise the
_ !r.*J?"?n "' ',i'1 I''111 "r Cnmiilalnl
win he taken .. ronfeaned agalnHl i-ou.
|t!J*t** 'h'~ 'M>> i: B I.RATHKUMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bj w\i w si i K inc
Deput) Clerk
BBN KS8EN
Attoi nv) for Plaintiff
i"i i .- s 1...1.1 iaiil.ii.it.
n 12-19-26 II ::
Miami, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174072
II ANITA VYATHOX, I'lalnllff
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V<" Ai:i: IIKItKIIV NOTIKIED
lhal i Bill of Complaint for Divorce
h.i ^ !..-. n filed i and > ou
i -s.i ill the
f the Cli ik nf the I
I '.! "ouni Hoi Ida, and a
f your anw i mi tin I'la
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NAME LAW
!: 18 HKKKBY GIVEN thai
in. iiimi..ihi;;i.-.i, .itsirins to enrar"- <
'"" Vrs un',,r "" n'-IBloua nan*. f
-Miami BEACH LAUNDROMAT, at
14.18 Dn x.i Avenue, Miami Beach,
,.',','!'.! ,M,n.da ," retlster Mid name
^.tc^%rkta(;,rCU,tCOUnor
ii ii..i,?tS 8HBNWB*Thbr
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEKEHY..OIVEN thai
in.- im.i.i.m,.,i. dexlrina- enaajte In
bualnera undar the flctltloua name of
S.'.KOWHKI CtlNHTRI'CTlON. at
;i.| N w ...mi, Terrace, .Miami, hor-
iaa, intend to reaiater uild name with
the < lerk ..r the Circuit Hourt ..r Dade
I ounty, Florida.
KRANCEH ZCKOW8KI
e. .,, EUGENE ZL'KOWKKI
Kl.ltV STi i.\ I:
Attorney for Zukowxkl Conatructlon
II 11 -1 : _'.i i.' :i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underahjned, deaTrini to engage in
I.1I.MI.I..S- undei the fli tltloua name ..r
M hRRY-GO-ROUND BAR and
RESTAURANT, al Coral Gables, Flor-
ida, Intenda l.....glatei ~:.i.i name with
Ihe Clerk "i the Circuit Court m Dade
Count). I lot da
li.Win KONHAUZER
i IIAKI.KS GERTLER
ah..in.> f.,i David Konhauser
li 12-19-n IS ::
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice -'ufj^s* FiCTfVfe>Js
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN tint
the iinii. iSIMM.-.I, deairina t.. .'iiKaae in
business under the fictitious num. .
UlTTLE TIA.irANA OIKT8, ;.t
N.K. 2nd Av.- Intenda to i-egwer
name with the clerk of ihe i'i.
Court til Daile County, Florida.
YKTTA IRENE KUTCHER (.
BEN KSSK.N
Attorne) f..r Appiirant
II/i-lX-lt-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN i
the und. i vinntil. deairina to i-iutaE. n
bualneaa under tin- flctltloua name*
TRI-TONE HODIDAY STUDK',"
TRI-TONE I'OLOIl and TKl-l'o
COLt)R STUDIOS, at 26 Weatwui
Drive, .Miami SprlnRs, intends 10 r---
later said name arltn the Clerk ..i
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fieri >.
ADVIX 0LICI
li I-12-lt-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the flctltloua name ..r
IMM'ARL OK I'I.iiKIHA. al ll.'T.l N.I-:.
2nd .\\enue Intend to n glati
name ^s 111. the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Courl of Dade County, Florida
GE< 'It'll-: in i.;.\N_-,n-,
JAMES CARLS! iN .
Rl iBBRT .1 LEWIS! IN, ESQ.
Attorney foi Bocarl of Florlila
-"I Blai bj n. Iil.lu Miami S2, I la,
II 12-10-26 12 :;
Dade Sisterhood
Irhmid of the North Dade
(Vnter will hold its regu-
Ithly luncheon on Wednes-
fj 17. 12 noon, at the Cen-
iKiim-s party will follow the
Dn "hairmen are Mrs. B.
and Mrs. A. Rosenberg.
Scroll honoring Hank Meyer
was presented to the Miami
Beach director of publicity at
a recent luncheon in the
Delano hotel by local repre-
sentatives of magazines and
newspapers in all parts of the
nation. The scroll lauds Mey-
er for his "sympathetic under-
standing and unflagging in-
terest on behalf of the men
who are Miami Beach adver-
tising representatives of the
nation's newspapers." The
genial publicist is also com-
mended because he "preach-
es and practices the truest
form of good public rela-
tions."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174124
ROBERT I. SKI. I. IITZ. I'lalnllff,
IRENE SELLTITZ, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO IRENE HELLTITZ
17m' I'.ilm. I!.. Mi.
llr.K.klvn. New Y.rk.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIKIED
lhal a Dill of Complaint for Divorce
haa been filed aaainat you b> ROBERT
l. SELLTITZ, and you are required
i.. aerve a copy "f your anawer to the
Hill ..f Complain! on Plaintiff! at-
torney, MILTON II RICHMOND, One
Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach
Florida, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of Hie Clreull Courl
on r Is-for.- ih.- 13th da) of December,
IBM, or a Decree I'm Confeaao will I"-
.-nl.i i d MilHins! you.
DATED al Miami. Florida, lliis Imli
day of November, ':i:.t.
Clerk of thi- Clreull Court
K H I.KATllKlt.MAN.
Dade Count v. Florida
B) : 1!. H RICE, .lit.
(Seal) Deputy cl.-ik
11 1I-19-I 11 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the underali.....I, deairina to engage In
buaineaa under ill-' flctltloua name "i
ARTISTIC hlsi'l.AY SERVICE, at
1120 N.W (3rd Street, Miami. Florida,
intenda to register said name with the
Clerk "f Ihe Clreull Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.MIAMI CROWN
DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
Ii\: K 11 Roat, Prealdenl
l li. Baucom Treaaurer
I MYERS, HKIMAN & K VPLAN
ah.,i in % for Mi.inn Crown
I ilatributora, Inc.
..... He! bold Bldg., .Miami. I-'la.
II I2-1D-36 12 I ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVEN
i he mill. : algned deairing i
i. Ini -- i.n.l. i the fi. titi..a. name of
NAL'TILPS SCNDRIES SHOP, ill
illlna Avenue, Miami Bi i
I- lorlilu, im,.ml to Li-i, i aald name
with the i 'lei k of Hi.. dui i of
D.nl. I 'nunl I I.
MEYER I. MfHTRNSTEIN
SISII-: I.n in ENSTEIN
MAX R. SILVER
All..i ii.-. foi Aliplli .mi
'..'_ S.-\ bold Bldg Miami. H.i.
I 12-18 28 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33968-B
ESTATE OF
BERNARD SHAPIRO, Deceaecd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T-. All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
ing I'lainis or I 'riii.iii.K Agalnal Salil
Estate;
You. and eai li of \ OU .'''' hi I ''
notified and requ.....i to ureaem an)
. Inima and demanda hlch you, or
either of you, may have agalnxl the
, Ktate of BERN Mil' SHAPIRO de-
.......I late of w.-i.-h.-i.r County,
New rork, i<> the Honorable Count)
Judaea of Dade County, and file the
same In their offlcea in the Count]
courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within ekfbl calendar montha from the
date of ib.- first publication hereof.
Kaid clalma or demand* t.. contain the
li-ital addreaa of the claimant ^i\ii to be
aworn to and presented ... aforesaid,
..i same will be barred.
Date November 8th, A.D. 1954.
UNA O. BHAPIRI i
As Ancillary Exe. utrix of the
l.a.-t will and Testament of
BERNARD 8HAPIRO,
11. .... Bed.
MALVIN ENOLANDER
Attorne] for Ancillary Executrix
II 12-19-26 IJ/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN i t
the undersigned, desiring to enaaai
buaineaa under the flctltloua name
ASSOCIATED AI) KERyiCE, al I'T-
HTlli Street, .Miami lleai-b II. Finn -
Intend to register s..i.i name itli
Clerk ..f th.- Circuit Court of D
I Sount) Florida.
HERBERT M l.ll'.MAN- -co-pai I r
i.mis i.ip.MANco-pai tner
II 5-12-19-24
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2*899-B
RE: ESTATE OK
HERMAN LEE CANTOR, Deec
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given thai 1 I
filed mj final report and petition
Final Dlacharae as Administratoi
the i bite < HERMAN LBE I 'AN1
dei'eaaed; and thai on the 30th d
November, ItSt, I will hiu.Iv to
II.....irable FRANK I!. DOW LI
Count) Judge of Dade County, I-
Ida, for .. pproval ..f aa Id i inal I -
..ml ior fin.11 discharge .. idmh
trator of the Estate of HERMAN I .
\ \T. iR, deceased.
Tins 2Sth da) of ii. tober, 1954.
BAl'L l 'ANT! di
A.ln lii-ll .il.ii-
MYERS, HEIM \N a KAPLAN
..... Seybold Bid*., Miami. I-....
I" l". 1 j 12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fIcUtlous Inames of
CAPITOL T I R K COM PAN ^
CAPrTOLTIRE Rl-.-M'I'FltS. ..i^r-'oii
n i: tad Avenue, M.....il. PU-, i"i;'"l1"
la raciati i aald names with Ihe i ler*
of tin- Circuit Courl of Dads I ounty,
n"'"''' PA,TL H. UEIDENBBIW
11 12 -1 ii M _____.
IRVIN M. GOLDSTEIN
Certified Public Accountant
Anseuacet the tptmimg of ail offices
1904 CONGRESS BUILDING
EPH0NE 3-9701 MIAMI, FLORIDA
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the flctltloua nanu- of
I.EO APLER'H PACKAOE BTORE,
WOFFORP PACKAOE STORE, LEO
IDLER'S I.UjFiiR STORE, 240J Col-
lina Ave Miami Beach, Pla., Intend!
to register said name with Ihe ClerK
of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade I'oonly.
Kl....."' BERNARD AC8UEBEL
BERICK, SHAPIRO .- FRIED, Atlya
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
il 12-19-24 II I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ISIVRN thai
the underalgned, deairing to engagi In
bualnesa under the fictitious naniO of
I'Xll.s CITIES SERVICE STATION,
ii -_oiiit n w tnd Avenue, Intend
register said name with th.
the Circuit Court of Dad
n'""'-'- ,'Al.. 11YKIM .,;
JAMES ft MACE 19
ROBERT f LBW1HON
attorae) for Paul Byrum
II IL'-1!I 24 1 -' I ______
Cli
I
ik of
unty.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN lhal
the undersigned, de-lring to sngasje In
buaineaa under the flctltloua t.....le of
tVINDSOB 1'l.AZV. al i -> im-.-v.I
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida. Intend
to register said name with Hm Clem
,,f th.- cm ult Court of Had.. County,
Kl.....U' KM-VN.iK KISHNF.lt
HENRY IIFKKDWIT/.
DAVID H BERKOWITZ and
ANNA BBRKOWITS, In- ifi'
BLRY STONE
\tlorney for Windsor Plasa
11/12-19-24 12,3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 174033
CELIA ALBERT, Plaintiff
vs.
HARRY ALBERT, Defendanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
T( HARRY ALBERT
Residence I'nknown
VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIHhll
thai a Hill of Compbtinl i"i divorce
has been filed agalnsl >"" '""l >""
are required '" servi s "i>s f youi
Vnswei t li.->......n Plalnllfrs attoi m (.
BEN ESSEN lull s.-yi.oi.l Building,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Anawer in the office "f the Clerk ol
the Circuit Courl on or before the l-tih
.i.iv of December, 1954; otherwise the
allegations of said Bill "f Complaint
will I..- taken ..- confessed agalnal you.
Dated this 8th day of Hovembar,
E. B. l.EATHIMt.MAN.
i rk, Circuit Coui i
I:s W.M W STOCKING,
Deputy ii.-i k
HEN ESSEN, Esq
attorne) foi I'lainiiff
ii 12-19 -" I-' '_________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174041
U.li-K Al'DETTE VLADIMIR
Plaintiff
. Inat-
VINCENT VLADIMIR. Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YI)C VINCENT VLADIMIR, ea.....I
Valcoff. 141 Easl RSth Btreet, New
York, New Voi k
.... li. reb) notified that a Itill of c.m-
plaim for Divorce has been Mled
.,i;.i iii-i you, and you required to
., \, .. ropj of your Answer or Plead-
the nil! of Complaint on the
ciainiift s attorney, max it. silver.
922 Reynold Building, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Anawer or Plead-
ing in the Office of tin- Clerk of tim
Clreull Curl on or before the llth
day ol December, IM4i if you fail to
do so. Iii.lirm.nt by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
iiiamli-.l in the Dill of Complaint.'
ANU ORDERED al Miami
this Mil day "f November,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY-. IN
CHANCERY. No 174032
L. A. ANDERS, Plaintiff
JOHN TOLINE and
TOLINE, his wife, n married,
I I I'-l. I: l. '
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE, NAME Ol THE STATE OP
FLORID \
Tl'. ii iiin Ti ii.inc. ii lit Ing, and '
TOLINE, hla wife if
mai I'ii-.l, and M hose r.-i.l. I
.. unknoM a
ALL L'NKNOWN HEIRS,
visees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or agalnal JOHN
Till.INE, not known to b I
oi alive;
AND ALSO, as to each of the
above named Defendant Indi-
viduals, if they be deceased< then
all unknown Inns. devlseeOi gran-
tees, <-i editors or other parties
claiming by, throujrh, under or
aainsf such Defendants;
ANU A LSI i. all oilier and un-
known persona having or claln
to have an) liKl". title or Im -
esl m On- propert) s hlch Is I
subject mallei of this -nil. aald
propert) lying ami being In Dade
I'o.mtv, l-lorlda. and more !-.. -
tlcularly described as follows
Lots s an.I in Block I
/.n IN \ srr.i d\'ls'|i >N, ai -
cording to the Plal then
recorded In Plat Book tl
I'age 75 of Hie I'ul.li.- Recol Is
ul Dade County, Florida.
TOU AND EACH OP Vol are hi -
b) 11->i i>..-.i ttiai -. sun haa been '
in the above named Court, bj
Plaintiff above named ,f..r tin
i..... .a .iiii.-tniL: title of the I'la
in and to ib.- propert) Involved here-
in,! l"\ < lIl'SCl il..-l
Y.ir ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND RBQl'IRED to file your Apiiear-
ai.. n aald suit on or befoi.- the
tin) of December, 1954 and In di
of such Appearance, a i *ci
Confeaao will be entered against you
and i... 'i of you.
DONE anu ORDERED al ihe
Courthouse In Dade County, Miami
Florida, tins 8th day ol Novel
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit ''..in t
B| w.M. w STOCKING,
Deiniiv Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1"14 Seybold HIilK Miami, Flo
II'12-19-24 12/J_______________^
1 INE
i'i..i Ida,
11(4,
i: li LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
i i.i.i. County, l-Toi-iila
By w.M W. sti "Ki.Ni:.
(Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk
M \N li SILVER
Altornei for Plaintiff
922 Seybold Building, Miami :;_'. 1-la.
11/12-19-26 12/J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 174045
BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plaintiff,
\ s
HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in II \l:\ EY ALDERMAN
:in Challton Street
New York. New York
You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are
hereby notified that a mil of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been
against you. and you are required to
aerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to i in- Bill "f Complaint >
the plaintiffs Attorneys, MYERS.
HEIMAN KAPLAN, S50 S. I
lluildliiu. Miami. Florida, and file Ihe
original Answer or Pleading In Hie
. !. of the Clerk of the Circuit i
on or I,.fore the 1.1th da) of Deq
i'.-,i if von fail to dn so, Judgment
by default will be taken agalnsl
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This aotlce shall be publishes
each week for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M
Florida, this 8th day of Xovemo.-l,
A.D, 1954.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Courl.
1 ...1.- County Florida.
By M. C. QREEN,
(Circuit curt s.-ali D.-j.uty Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAI'I.AN
Attorneys for Plaintiff ,
(50 Seybold Building, Miami. Fla. .
11 12-19-26 12/3 J
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JewvKslb-IEIlDiciidliiaun
a, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1954
SECTION B
leven Miamians Will Represent
lommunity at CJFWF Assembly
- communal leaders will
t Ihe (ireater Miami area
[3rd general assembly of the
it Jewish Federations and
Funds in Atlantic City
in 21. it was announced
led b) Stanley ('. Myers.
(,l the Creator Miami
I {(deration.
gembly this year will con-
on planning measures to
htn Jewish community
fed increase 1955 fund
results to meet vastly
., id- overseas and at
I ; was revealed by Julian
Indianapolis. CJFWF
I
will be a workshop so-
li 1, man declared. "T h e
I roblems I,icing communi-
|r eeting their worldwide re-
alities in 1955 demand that
K mmunity leaders from all
fnited States and Canada
I I her to find effective
guideposta tor ;-
Dr. Kurt Peiser
. heads delegation
As first representative of the
American Jewish Joint Committee
and the in it 1 d States State Depart-
delegation will be fn'nttoNorth Alnc, dunn World
r director ol Food
and former vice
I the University of
in Peiser la noted
k in clt iritable and ediica
I 1 -. having served
n ol Jewish Chari
Ulied Jewish Appeal
for 12 yea r s as
ector and vice presi-
rvi il in -imilar ta-
il and Cincinnati
1 tirman ol Miami
: it) Chest drive
Vg>r II. lie developed the pattern ol
welfare work thai was used later
by UNRRA.
other delegates will include Mr.
and Mrs Stanlej C Myers. Mr, My-
ers is ;i former president of the
CJFWF, aml.-a- chairman of the
Council's finance committee, will
play a prominenwole in the work Brandeis University; Charles I
committee on Jewish Child Care,
together with Max C. Gettinger. as-
sistant director of Federation. Al-
bert Comanor, executive director
of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau, will serve on the family ag-
ency committee, and Harold Thur-
man. Federation's budget chair-
man, will take part in proceedings
of the budgeting and social plan-
ning committee. He will also be a
discussant on a panel considering
problems of the aged
Fred K. Shochet. publisher of
The Jewish Floridian and presi-
dent of the American Association
of English-Jewish Publishers, will
review problems of publicity and
public relations in the field of
fund raising, Shochet was named
by the Council to act as one of
three judges in its annual competi
tion to select the outstanding pub-
licity and community interpreta-
tion materials in the country.
Herbert Seller George Chertkof
and Combined Jewish Appeal
chairman Sam .1 Heiman are sched-
uled to serve with the committee :
on fund raising and meeting com-'
munit> needs,
Among speakers who will ad-
dress the assembly are Dr. Buell
1. G illagher, president of the Col-
ol the City of .New York; Dr.
Abram I. Sachar, president ol
FIRST WOMAN TRUSTEE Mrs. Francss Natalie Rubin.
Shore Club hotel, hands check to Jacob Sher. Greater Miami
chairman cf Israel Eonds. and becomes firs', woman Trustee
of Israel in the southern area of the United States. A Trustee
of Israel is a purchacer cf a minimum of 510,000 in Israel De-
velopment Bonds.
Local Leader is South's
First Woman Pond Trustee
of the committee oftVcommunit) or
ganization Ft deration direc'.t>r Dr.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg has also
I een named to the committee.
Mrs Leo Ackerman president of
the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
will Im' a member of the planning
Schottland, commissioner of social
-ecunty tor lac 1 s. Department
ol Health: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
( v cutive 1 ice pit sidenl of the
United Jl Wish Appeal; and Dr. Os-
car I. Janowsky, ol the College ol
[he Citj ol New York.
llews an Added Security Risk?
\udy Reveals Nervous Climate
n Rapid Hunt for Subversives
in an atmosphere of fear and dis- five members ol the Jewish faith
quiel it becomes increasing!) easy and at least eighl members ol the
to attack the civil liberties of in-.Gentile faith who were employees
flNGTON In today's dim- dividuala egpecially the more vul- of the Hydrographic Ujce All
|E, EETH SIEROTY
JTA
hi, are ,1 e w s more
| u i as security risks?
hological study into;
ili" -ecurity mea-
ds tlii answer to be a dis-!
Yes And two recent in-:
[the t'hasanow case and the I
ti m o uth investigation, '
- -t that Jews are "more ,
| med as targets of un-
-ii-picion."'
tody entitled "Security
.did Freedom of
I' was undertaken by two
?gists, Dr. Stuart W. Cook
lane Jahnda, both of New
rsity, The research was
m a series of intensive in-
uith federal employees
v-ersity professors. It ex-
the fact that as a conse-
I'! the security programs a
Itmo.phere has developed in
ptinority groups were fre-
1 amed as targets of un-
suspicion. Jews were
I irst to be cited as "oh
'!|t-t m our society."
I'i the interviewees was
think of a colleague of
oyalty he was convinced.
nine that this colleague
':' 'I that his loyalty was
He selected a colleauue
Jewish and foreign born.
iii.i' his choice was guided
;' lo keep (he situation as
possible. He assumed
I born Jews were more
be the targets of unfound-
Ntlon than anyone else
's colleagues."
Datable minority groups. In this
mood, far too often the safeguards
against the religious bigot, the per-
sonal enemy, a n d irresponsible
slander are not assured.
The ChaSanOW case had a "hap-
ending, as one reporter put it.
Hut many people feel that the case
; should be an example that Jews
I particularly cannot be content with
a static satisfaction of one case
won. hut must be constantly vigi-
lant in their flghl for justice.
five of the Jews have had security
difficulties and all the Gentiles re-
mained undisturbed in the office."
Chasanow did return to his job
after a long, hard fight lasting over
I year Chasanow felt that the false
charges against him originated
from malicious neighbors including
persons who painted anti-Semitic
signs on the (ireenbelt Jewish Com-
munity Center and threatened him
"Mrs. Frances Natalie Rubin, of
the Shore Club hotel, is the lirst
woman in the Southern area ol
the United States to become a Trus-
tee >>f Israel." Mrs. Monte Selig,
chairman of the Women's Division,
proudly declared at a meeting of
workers of the State of Israel Bond
Organization on Sunday in the
Royal Palm hotel.
At the present time, there are
l!) Trustees in the Greater Miami
area Mrs. Kubin makes th" 20th.
The Greater Miami goal for Trus-
his year is 30. A Trust* e is a
purchaser of a minimum of SH).-
000 in Israel Development Bonds
M S- lig also revealed this
week thai $20,000 in bond, were
sold at the Molly Picon rail) Thin -
day in Miami Beach
VI the rally, testimonial scrolls
w.ie presented to Rabbi Jonah
('apian and Pre? lenl Sol Mering-
off, ol Kneseth Israel, and
bi Joseph Rackovskj and Pr< sidenl
h Sher ol Beth Tfilah bj
Seymour Liebman "for Ihe cooper-
ation and distinguished service ol
these Bj nago lies during the
holiday Bond appeal
More than 500 persons honored
Ihe Queen of Ihe Yiddish sta
the rally. Milton Kubin was Mis-
Picon's accompanist Miss Trudy
Lawrence opened the program by-
singing the National Anthem. Mas-
ter of ceremonies was Councilman
Burnett Both, and the rally was
held under the auspices of the
South Beach Council, with Mrs.
Lena Mintzes act in; as chairman.
It was also revealed at the work-
ers' meeting that ten new sponsors
of Israel were added at a fea given
by Mr-. Sam II. Rost in honor of
Miss Picon, now making 80 in the
rael And for selling the most
Don I in money, Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein was award"! a sterling silver
filigree brooch, also imported from
Workers at the meeting were
i remin led of the Operalogue to
be presented in the Coronation
I lie- Empress hotel on
Dec. l.
Admission i will be through the purchase of a
$100 State i l-rael Development
or Ihe s lie ol S300 in bend-.
Tin r< will be special sections re-
served for purchasers of S500 and
SI COO in bonds.
Operalogue plannins committee
includi Mrs. Anna Wolf Hirsch-
man, chairman "I Sponsors ol Is-
rael for the Op le; Mrs. Har-
ry Platoff, chairman of < hen: Mrs.
I iriam Pre.--, chairman ol ticket-:
Mrs. Jacob sher. chairman ol pro-
motions; Mrs. Sam II. Rost, chair-
Ses; Mr-. Matilda II.
r and Miss Lillian Goodman,
nen ol arrangements!
in the presence of Creenbelt police Qreate|. Miami area Sponsors are
chief The Navy admitted -grave purena. 1954, Abraham Injustices" wee done to chasanow m (.mK
civlUan employee in the The departmenl has already made
Office, was changes in its loyalty program and
risk alter 23
Chasanow.
Navy Hydrographic
fired as a security
years of service. A hearing by the
Navy Board seven months previous
had cleared him unanimously The
Board said that Chasanow had been
a "moderating, constructive, and
conservative influence" in his com
munity.
However, without further hear-
in-, the Navy's Security Appeal
B tard overruled the hearing. They
declared Chasanow a security risk
He wa> given no reason for the
firing. But the question of possi
ble "loos" char"-- and anti-Semi
Uc remarks made by disgruntled
paraou '' Greenbelt" was raised
.e,,h Fanelli, Chaaanows law-
yer This was done in an effort to
Kef at the source of the -ecunty ac-
cusations against Chasanow.
Fanelli questioned whether the
proceedings which led to the ad-
verse decision were tainted by
anti-Semitism. There were "but
sa.d il intends to look with great
skepticism at information from
concealed witnesses,
Psychologists tell us that it is
Continued on P*9 6 B
were also given at
(he tea to Mrs. Abraham Kassow
and Mrs Jack Bernstein.
For selling Ihe mosl bond- In
units up to the meeting. Mrs. Mint-
zes was awarded a sterling silver
filigree necklace imported from I-
Mrs. Morton Grant
. national women's leader
Mrs. Morton Grant Named Kditor
Brandeis Bookworm' Unveiled
JEWISH FLORIDIAN FEATURE
Miami women are il :ae forefront Ol a worth-
while effort. They will meet 00 Friday. Nov. 19, at
the Sea Isle hotel to discuss the measure ol their
Micccssee during the past >ear. But this occasion
Of their annual [all meeting, one of two during the
entire season the other being a spring election
affairIn no way represents the total energies or
'the number of hard hours which they devote to
their cause. _
Some 700 women here are members of the
Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Commit-
', for Brandeis University, and their major inter-
e i .- the six-year-old university at Waltham. Mas-
Mrs. Ben Zlon Ginsburg, president of the chapter,
i even more specific. "Our major interest." she
pointed out during the hustle and bustle of her
preparations attending the Nov. 19 meeting, -is the
Brandeis library."
The infant university, which boasts of such fac-
ulty members as Ludwig Lewissohn. Leonard Bern-
stein and Max Lerner. to mention just a few, is
non sectarian and under Jewish sponsorship. An
Continued on Page 6 B

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PAGE 2 B
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CJA Tours to Health, Weltare Agencies
In Greater Miami Attract Local Women
The colorful story behind Great-
er Miami > health and welfare in
-Millions will be unfolded before
240 women during the month of
November.
Tours to hospitals, recreation
centers, schools and institutions
have begun here under auspices of
the Women's Division of the Great'
it Miami Jewish Federation.
A total of 260 women have en-
rolled with the Federation tour-.
according to Mr- Irwin Weinstein,
lirman oi the educational month
i mmittee
On Monday, Nov 15. tour No :;
v ill be conducted between the
nd 4 p m at the Mi-
ich Branch ot the Greater
mi Jewish Community Center
Epstein a ill be speaker The
ttes? committee will be directed
Mr- Milton Sirkin. M J CC
I on Sunday. Noi
.....i
, V r -
It wish Home i'>r
\F 53rd will
:..'
-. bj Maurice
: th< H
will open thi
Vddition for a rr''-
one
... pntific
5s in t h e
CJA Plans Wider
Participation
V novel | to in-

th>.....
I this
k<
tin 19 lewish A|
.il
According In Heiman, grow ing
ilu' varied services "t
has been demonstrated
J : ... busll I i nine- in
ent he story of
r Miami ; rogress t"
i sons, local and
n- have
ition in an
.
......rmed
rkei ke> to su
\ i nd the
have
...
inter-
t the norm
ent S
...
\ .......
chair-
il planning I
.in bj
(her community
Max Orovil
Hospital and Myers joined
Kane at the meeting
Top business men will play host
at many similar meeting- in the
future, according to Heiman Hosts
for these meeting- will be William
S Inej Lefcourt, Sam
iik ..nd Artie Kravib
A worker's recruitmei
annoum
imittee.
South. Mr- Si>l Silverman. presi-
dent of the Home \u\ili.irv is
chairman of the hostess and tour
committees
The Home tour committee in-
cludes the afesdamea Merman Ja-
cobs Mai Katt, Benjamin Hammer
man mid) Haaerachlag Milton
Yaffee. Maurice Pearlman. Rose
Krisberg Harrj Altman and l> S
Denner Hostesses at large "ill in-
clude Ih M< sdames Louis Makov-
skj Frances Entine Sadie Krie-
gel. Dam.'' Broad Mas Greei
[sidor lac o b i dell and
Nathan Fi
First lour to Mt Sinai Ho
earlier thi- month featured a buf-
fet luncheon, where the group
heard briel remarks ol
Mrs. Samuel Mark- and Mr- M u
r,i\ \ Shaw en ol the
tours
Talks a i red also by
Mrs Morris J i
|x \ a arj ol Mt Sinai and
Gertner, executive director ol the

Mrs
Louis Glasser Mr- Da> id B iss ..-
by pink ladi<
Elsie Schwab and Frai
Markowitx
Vssist Samuel Zibit
Farber, hospital comp
(roller also offered information on
the ho-pital's admini-tration "be
hind the scenes Or Maurice Lev.
chief of the laboratory, delivered
or, the use ol laboratorj
equipment
,i".- i sits wen n ade to the
Jewish Soi ial Service Bureau,
ol J< a ish E d u ation and
the National Council ol Jewish
Women Hostesses were Ihe Mes-
i eo Ackerman Matilda Rat-
i \.,: m M Kanner Jean < Leh-
: e m Kaplan Albi rt < 'o-
manor. < itecutive director ol JSSB,
he \aned social serv-
i Ktended to indn iduals and
familie- requiring such help
Louis Schwarttman, director "f
th- Bureau of Jewish Education,
described the broad program in
local Hebrew schools, the expand-
ed library facilities .mil the edu-
cational programs initiated by the
Bureau to serve Jewish families m
Dade < ounti.
nUDAY,
WHEN PIONEERS MEET in this case. Caplam Jack Brass, of
Israel and Mis Isidor Cohen, of Miami (right) there is bound
,o be qood harmony. The tr.o were participants in the recent
ae-inq to know your community" conference sponsored by
the Wom-n DivWon of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Mrs Irwin Weinstein (leW was general chairman of the event
h attracted moie than 300 women leaders from all parts
of Dade County.
Zamora Lists ComJ
0 Bar Mitiv^r
A* course m Hbrf,.
which meet. n Tua'-
L.urK,ca| MelodS.."*1,
The course is k.
*! stra
tares are given bviX,!
Hurwitz. /.amor ^
A special cow,, Z;
ground,,., Bur y,,^
"""-'", "' the m
>ears Bar Mltzvah 2*,
"jora. (banman of uTt1
on. Samuel Jacobin
David Rossi to Speak
\ special program celebrating
I, wish Tercentenary
will be sponsor.,! bj the Golden
riendship Club of the Gn at
er Miami Jewish Communit] Cei
t.r. Town Branch, on Sundaj Not
David Rossi, well known ipeak-
er on Jewish topics, "HI d
the contribution ol Jea In v er
lea
CJA Women
Plan Meeting:
Kir-1 meet-
In Women Dnision of
ion will tx; held
No\ it; at 11 4.'> a m in tin
mom
inder tb.
a Ml
will anal}te Ihe perform-
Im W i Dh ision in
lewish A p
r I,, lorn
plans for
Approximate!) 4o woe
er- in organization work in this
ir man) years, have been in-
vited to the prehmm.irv planning
non
hairmen of the Women's I>i-
vision last >fai were Mr- Jack A
Ahlin and .Mr- Irving Lehman
The division was responsible for
rai-ine 13 percent of the total re
: in the camp.
Fourth Century of American
Jewry to be Discussed
In celebration of the Omerican
Jewish Tercentenary, the Men s
Club of Temple Beth Sholom will
hold an open forum meeting and
diacu iion on the subject: "What
r .- he "ou'h Century Hold in
Store for th<- American Few?"
Ihe m ti-- will rx- held OB
' oodaj N 22. it p m.. at
i t r. e. according to Jack A. |
M n- Club presidi'nt \1
l el I. Ri ten is program ihairman
i ihe i ..i i
Presenting the Orthodox. Con-
, m uid Reform viewpoints
w.ll be Rabbi Jonah Caplaa, of
Kneseth Israel Cnngaagiation. Rab-
bi Alfred Waxmaa, w.-t Miami
Jewish I enter and Rabbi Hartal
Ranson, Temple Kmanuel. Ft. Lau-
dental*. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of
Temple Beth Sholom. will act as
moderator.
Louis E. Wolfson pres.dent
and chairman of the board of
directors of Merritt. Chapman
6 Scott and the Newport Steel
Corp.. has been appointed to
the Board of Overseers of the
Albert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva Univer-
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HE SPORTING WORLD
PAGE 3 B
\tttteks Hound Holman Again;
Reinstated Coach Hits NCAA
By BILL WOLF
JTA
n Nit Holman was reinstat-
[(ht.'( ,t> College of New York,
h|eved thai would be the end
I the charges against him, and
[he Holman case could at last
Begated to the files.
ever il seems that there arc
[ who just won't give up the
as a bad move. In a new In-
I. (be NCAA has put City Col-
on probation for a year. The
president is reported to
Laid that City College play-
ad agreed to accept money
Latin American tour, and that
in knew ol those plans.
man is up in arms over the
Uon. and lias protested to
Jcaa Said Holmena:
|e reference to me was com-
falsa The trial committee
revii W*d the case rendered
|i>ii ii confirming this fact in
respci l h a v e suffered
In froii the unfounded fharg-
.iiid irrespon
|pe"|>: V iu had no can-' I
your lil 'ii statement
which was broadcast nationwide.
Ordinary decency and fair play
call for a prompt retraction ol u.
Holman was not the only one an-
gered. Many observers were floor
ed at the NCAA's completely unex-
pected action against City College,
*
Henry Wittenberg, the Olympic
wrestler who was a New York
policeman in everyday life, has
submitted hbj resignation from the
police force. Wittenberg, a ser-
geant, was due for a promotion to
lieutenant. As a matter of fact, he
was eighth on the list for the boost.
However, 57 sergeants were pro-
moted, but Wittenberg, and one
other policeman, who was 23rd on
the list, were omitted
No explanations of the exact
reasons involved were given by
police officials.
Wittenberg won the lightheavy-
weight crown in the i!48 Olympics
in London. An injury hindered his
performance in the last Olympic
games.
The National Jewish Welfare
Hoard ha- a mw health and physi-
A TREASURY OF YIDDISH
STORIES: Edited by Irving
Howe and Eliezer Greenberg.
630 pp. New York. The Viking
Press. 1954. $5.95.
By HILARY MINDLIN
A collection of 52 short stories
by the best Yiddish writers made
its appearance two weeks ago, the
only book of its kind to be pub
11shed in the t'nited States. "The
Treasury'' is indeed a boon for
lew- who do not read Yiddish; al-
Ihouuh lack of space prohibited the
inclusion of such accomplished
writers ..- Dinezen, Libin, Kobrin
and Miami's well loved Izar Toliish.
miTED NATIONS
[ishinsky Turns Literary
Critic, Declaims Poetry
tieth with such famed contem-
poraries as I. Bashevis-Singer, the
recently deceased Joseph Opato-
shu, Abraham Reisen and Sholem
Asch. it is possible for even the
newcomer to Yiddish literature to
follow the dominant trends and
styles, perhaps to note that the
sense of collective consciousness
which typifies every early litera-
ture has already given way to the
more sophisticated "tone" of ir-
revocable loneliness with which
most modern writers are concern-
ed.
An excellent critical introduction
by the editors traces the roots and
contours of both the language and
readers making a first acquaint- 'he literature. A brief section of
ance with the literature of their folk tales, including pungent Yid-
fathers will find the -election ruh dish proverbs "When a poor man
'Hd wide. eals chicken, one ol them I- -ick"
The dominant 'classical" trio of stories of Hershel Ostropolier,
I Yiddish prose writers, Mendele, antj ,nt' Wise Men of (helm, that
cal education director, lie- Mich-1Sholem Aleichem and Peretz, are delightful mockery of the highly
aei M. Hand, who has .served as 8'ven a large representation. Men- involved intellectuality of the Tal-
director of District 5 activities tor dele's "The Calf" is characteristic mudic scholars, uncover- some of
of the blend of bitterness and com- "'" "' u ll'"m which the formal
passion which i- his trademark and writing flowered,
which -ei nis tn he ,,t the verj
center ol a .lew.- consciousness,
Not Holman
. charges continue
H rith Youth Organiza-
By DAVID HOROWITZ
llTKD N VTIONS lA.Il'i An
IVishin >. w ho has hitherto
|tup;i"i"i ; Lebanese Charles
on all Israel-Arab questions
the Security Council, made
i' ee this week by critui/
r.rl ri I uling the Arab dele
took place in the
.nunit tee. which
lti..-ra- armament and
ol i .' ear weapons.
to
please every-
' !i e Committee mi
philosophy. He quoted
law v irx and Lenin,
I al-o to plea-e
Ir.-k; But In- speech had the
pti \ ishinsky spent
! ntj minutes lashing
the i professor for
distorted and misquoted
ments "Mr. Malik
pd in he said, be
sentt nee out of
l< ......- from lh
|' passa wai h
' I. n;i .m
- attack on Ma'ik
I i rjetl out Today,
n ai I that he v >uiJ
I to t o in ii on questions ol
i, and immediately something
clicked n my mmd; .Sieben an,i
Sl,,,,/I~ ''r"......ren. Vaterland. Du
b.st V'crion.- fceventy-seven pro-
lessors, lather.,,,,, thou arl ,ost)
our can-e here kuW ,. |US) Bbou)
lost and .had." he w ..'if thl>
proach were adopt*" Explaining
the German phrase uwa fnm
poei. vishinsk) added: f seventy-
seven professors engage i. theory-
mongering instead of -..Kin*.,,,!,,',.
cal questions, then all you V, js
chaos and confusion worse sounvn
! while the Fatherland in the meai.
who always at- ',,. sUkens and d
and outsmart his j Fo,|ow|ng a. ,. .,. ,,.,,.,.
ece- Viahinsk) made to Malik:
"Mr Malik ol Lebanon seems to
be the victim of confusion ..- to
where he finils him-ell
-Will Mr Malik of Lebanon, Pro-
fessor Malik, dare suggest that
'Allied wan was an iinjti-t war and
that perhaps the war launched by
Hitler was a jusl one thl war that
claimed million, ol dead, burned
and maimed and si m ex-
terminated in th di imps '
Auschu ii/ an l i ,eri V\ as
' a .111-' v '
"lb i- ne first time r.
the B'nai
tion.
Rand replace- Bob Mori ison, who
i- assuming duties a- executive di-
rect...- ,,i the Jewish Communitj ","i lhus "' hls l""r''""''
'enter ol Toledo. Ohio Nothing of the mastery and
-c.p" ,,| Peretz' work i- i..-t in
Brandeis University's football translation All of his artistry is
field was officially dedicated a- culminated in the structural per
"Gordon Field" at the Judges'! lection and terrible d< : ration ol
homecoming day game against New 'he famous "Bontsha the Silent"
llamp-hire on October 23. Brandeis (Bontsha Schweig), who cm desire
did the occasion up in style, even nothing greater of Heaven than a
naming a Homecoming Day queen no' ro" an(l butter lor breakfast,
before the game started. The game Unfortunately, Sholem Aleichem
was lost to New Hampshire. will probably .suffer most from the
unlearned reader; much ol the hu-
l he professional scouts have mor and pulhos surrounding the
their eyes on Bill McCenna. star well-known figure ol Tevye the
end for Brandeis. McKenna has Dairyman lies in his constant
he, n rated as one of the best play-, mangling of Biblical and Talmudic
ers in New England, and has a good texts. None of this, ol course, i-
Chance ol playing pro ball if he so discernible to tile uninitiated.
Chooses. Mnce the stories are in-erted in
Observers are predicting that he a fairly chronological order, be-
nay make this season's Little All ginning with the late nineteenth
-nerican squad. century and moving into the Twen-
Darkly expressive drawings by
American painter Ben shahn
keynote the section headings. "The
Treasury" certainly deserves a spe-
cial place in ever) Jewish home.
AJ HTUI
fcij LEAH LEONARD
!?~r.U_rj tjj,e rec'Pe The Jewish Floridian, together wirh
youi name and add, ., f
inclcde it with your ?.' ,f*U (^aVe a reeent Ph<"<>S"Ph. you may
you will be presented w'. ShU,d '""-tuT *PP'ar, '".**'" u;
K. Tl, I nhman rnnin CPy f T"e Bk f Jew|sh Recipes,"
by Tina Lonman, contain. enn _
' 500 kosher recipes and a Forward on
the principles of cookery.
I standby for the hu
M il .. I- .
red il -p. i
a
,is d<-> iption, speeches hi' i, -
everyone will agree c no* help to
create an atmosp! e propitious
for the succes ,. ,uiinali..n of
:h.- probh ms bei us."
\
im
i~ the jarlu
"mandelbrodt" in Jewish families,
or "mandelschnitt," if that is the
name you are accustomed to hear.
The.-e crisply toasted tidbit- go
I -i.indi'v lor me nu .. ., ..
,l, entertain- a great deal"'' "'*h ****** as '' ~"
. almond slue- called t1" li,';, '" a.Panful can bl'
,<.! and toasted in no tune at
iir V' ~''"*'''' "' covered cookie
not eil""^^ "n '"dthat is. if
are popuJ^if6 *0od ,the*
with young and old.
AT THE MOVIES
Filming of Epic on the Ten
Commandments Under Way
Andrei Viihiasfey
German scholar
By LEON GUTTEMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD-Motion picture
history took a new giant step for-
tward this week as Cecil B. De-
Mille after ten years of planning
and two years of active prepara-
tion, shot the first scenes, high
atqp hallowed Mt. Sinai, of his rec-
ord-breaking production of "The
Ten Commandments" a produc-
tion marked in every category by
the unprecedented scale Of Us
monumental story and panoramic
sequences ,, ,
With the largest budget in Hol-
lywood history, the greatest num-
ber of giant sets, the longest or
e.gn location, a cast as hnposing as
any ever assembled and do/en- 0
other aspects which set new highs
m film production. DeMille has em-
barked upon what he regards, he
personally told me. as the climactic
production of his career.
The journey to the top of Mount
Sinai, according to DeMille's ca-
ble involves a twelve-day trek and
shooting schedule, with motor
transportation possible only the
first day along a dry river bed.
Then the expendition switched to
camels, with the last exhaustive lap
covered on foot The final thousand
feet of the climb proved partic-
ularly rugged but DeMille, who
passed a rigid physical examina-
tion before leaving lor Egypt,
found himself looking forward to
(also calCdlbrod,
l5 sugar "ndelschni.t>
4 eggs
1 cup salad oil
4 cups allpurpose fi
3 teaspoons baking po
L teaspoon baking sodar
1 teaspoon vanilla
'2 teaspoon almond flavour,,
1 cup blanched almonds, slivt
ed or coarsely chopped
Add eggs to sugar in a large mix-
ing bowl and beat well till creamy.
Blend in the oil a little at a time
while beating till combined. Stir in
the flavorings. Sift together the
flour, baking powder and baking
soda and blend into the other mix-
ture by stirring till smooth. Dust
the chopped almonds with a little
flour and work into dough. Turn
out on a lightly floured board and
knead thoroughly. Divide the ball
of dough into 4 portions, roll each
into a long strip and flatten to an
HEBREW AND ENGLISH AND
THE MYSTERY OF THE HEBREW
ALPHABET. By B. C. Law. 22 pp.
Privately printed. Miami Beach,
Florida. $1.
This pamphlet, written by a for-
1 mer Philadelphia lawyer who now-
live- in Miami Beach, represents
the findings of a 15-year study
based on the belief that English is
; derived not from Anglo-Saxon but
I from the ancient language of the
.lews.
In the 22 Liters of the Hebrew
alphabet. Bernard Law claim-, i-
concealed the story of the Bible
from beginning to end man's re-
demption and salvation.
baking pan. fairly close together,
I and bake -til to 45 minutes at 350
F. or till light!) browned. Remove
from pan and cut diagonally into
I one inch wide pieces Heturn the
cuts to cookie sheet, cutside down,
and place on top shell of oven to
dry ..in or toast mi dry ab
minute-.
*
Jellied Cranberry & Cabbage
Relish Salad
l package strawberrj or rasp-
berry -. latin
1 cup boiling water
1 cup canned whole cranberry
sauce
1 cup finely shredded or chop-
lied raw cabbage
'i cup finely diced celery
1., cup chopped walnuts or pe-
cans, optional
Dissolve the gelatin in boiling
water. When cool add rest of the
ingredients in the order listed and
turn the mixture into a square pan
that has been lightly greased. Chill
till set. Cut into l1? inch squares,
when ready to serve. No garnish
needed,a good appetite will do.
Serve with meat, poultry or fish-
1)6815. Serves 6.
cooked Cranberry, Apple A
2 p^ Nut Relish
berries cleaned and rinsed cran-
2 large
diced, unpel.aPPles. cored and
: cup wain,
food chopper sep"t through the
1 cup sugar 'ely
3 tablespoons honey
Be sure the cleaned ci _
are dry before puttin|frries
through the food chopper witf?m
diced apples. Stir in the ground\
n thickness Place these strips 'chopped nuts, sugar and honey and
on a greased cookie sheet or in a 1 chill before serving. Serves 6. ..

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I^YJ^VEMBQ,,
Election Unfolds Interesting Data for Jews
imin was in tl- Senate, if I recoi-
led my history right, at th<- Mine
. time thai David Yulee sal in that
The elections thia year had ome-jJJ ,,.,,,.,, Ilu. >h, f
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
thing "i special Jewish interest in
ad that Richard Neuberger
-. .,. ,, candidate for Senator from
ate oi Oregon. The Senate is
i ol an exclusive club. There is
nothing to prevenl the admission
ol Jews, but Jews are as scarce in
it as m some <<( the discriminating
college fraternities. Oregon has
been an exception to thi- In the
\>n-\: it once sel Joseph Simon to
Washington as its Senator a n d
more recentlyaround 1888 the
governor of Oregon was i Jew
There have been other Jew- in
the Senate. There i one now. Her-
bert Lehman of N e w York, but
Lehman's case is somewhal unique,
with the tremendous Jewish vote
in New York, added to the popu-
Florida
Politically, tbe Jews da nol shine
in America I" France we see to
daj i Jewish Prime Minister, Men-
des-France, and onl) few years
back Leon Blum was Prime Minis-
ter Anti-Semitism is nol absent
from France either At the tune of
the Nail Invasion, Leon Mandell
was regarded as tbe strong man in
the French cabinet He was called
upon to save France "I could save
France.'" he replied, "if my name
were Beaumont instead of Man
del "
We speak of anti Semitism. but
really here there is involved some-
thing which perhaps la nol a- flag-
rant as that It l- a milder preju-
dice a group feeling rather. 1
Unity of Lehman his choice possi- ita ; an ,dvtntag lf >(,u
""";nd> hi rt( the German. In Boston, your political
n in the earlier historj of th* ,M. M mipr,n,
country than toda) when there are I
NCRACMeetto
Discuss Bigotry
In Km ploy me-,
fcwishwotkrrwilTCZf
"' conference (,( K
SSI.
on Tuesday, Nov i *'
Nine
_ rnunicipal,
'ui
so many of them .ludah P. Benja-
Rev. Zynjrer
Accredited Here
Moishe Zynger was this
qualified an I approved bj
thi Gr< ater Miami Or-
\ Rabbit
the Ril
: K.i
ah bj the lo
R a b b ini te
i will new
M r mmu
a Shot hel
Born in Zamo
.-/. P iland he re-
(, ived hi- rt
i us e d u c a lion
trom the Yeshiva
e*. Zynger
Shlomey Kmu-
BS the fact that your parents came
from Ireland.
This prejudice or group feeling
is not always -" deep-seated that it
cannot be overcome Solomon L*vl
tan running for State Treasurer in
Wisconsin, capitalized on his Jew-
ish de-cent "They say I am Jew
.Hid very stingy," he would say to
the voters, 'elect me I am stingy
and I will save your monej
you remember the story of the
Jewish m.Tehant who was always
serenaded bj some young
h.....Hums with taunts of hi- .lew
ishness Whal did he do? He called
the youngsters and told them he
would pay them if they would
stand in tront of hi- store every
morning and -hout "Jew He paid
them tor a week, then hi- stopped.
The kids said if he didn't pay them,
they would stop calling at him. "All
right, dont," said the Jewish mer-
chant.
In times of emergency, of course.
Mrs Jacob Glassman (left), in charge of arrangements and
Mrs Jules Charming, program chairman, ducuu Youth
Looks at Our Community." a discussion to take place at the
first regular meeting of the season of Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood on Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 17, 1:15 p.m., in the
Temple social hall. According to Mrs. Irving Cypen. president
Judge Walter H. Beckham, of Dade County Juvenile Court, will
be moderator. Panelists include Richard Stone, Ann Broad
and Dawn Grossman, active members of local youth organ-
ofthetwe
ployment agenda
i the seven major
missions. Th(. tnf w~
sented at the confer^*1;
sored by the committed
ment discrimination otth,,
al Community Kelat,ns J
Council
Ixiuis Keinmark, of \(
Conn., chairman of the t
said that thi- would I*
time that public agenciw"!
with administering antitt
tion laws and policies n
tional conference wuh
perls t,> discuss problem",,
Jewish bias in employment
The conference, Mr Pri
said, grew out of one ol tail
priority recommendations a j
NCRAC joint program a|
1954. the most recent iraii
series of such plans joWIyi
ed by the national md lota]
del compri-ini; th- NCRAC,
izations.
Teachers Slate
Annual Seminar
Annual
ing for tour other Tuesdays to fol
Beach Soloier Assists
In Holiday Operation
A Miani Beach private I
listing fnaplain .lc>>huaj.|
in ini'atini; an operation i
purr"M' it will b,- to 1
-;,r>ls of homeless childrai
p/rished families ol K rea
Announced this week hi
low. teacher- will gather at 8 p.m., ,,/,,
cininar of teachers in
the Jewish schools of Greater Mi-
ami will be initiated on Sunday,
Nov 14. at 12:30 p nv. when Jew-
for two hour sessions to be heU
i r.^^iats- ka- a <"!* to col ect ckOa
on succeeding week- at lompiei*
rael, Beth David, Bureau of ,1-wi-h
r.ey in Israel During World War many pj^yjiieed people riae above
II. he was interned in DP camps in
Germany,
Rev Zynger earn.- to the I'nited
State- in 1950. and since then has
been associated with the Down
town Synagogue here
sen ices at the >>na
8 30 .' m will mark Rev.
' l 11 a- a Shu
i i i ,uo-i speaker will be FUbbi
; |
....... Rabbinati Rabbi
\rn : 'lowntown Syi
er, will introduce the
fker
Algiers Readies
Two Floors for
(.uild Market Week
Handbag- and COStUflM jewelry
wll take the full spotlight on Sun
'lay. Nov 21 when the first South-
. it Market Week oi the Handbag
and Jewelry <;uiid bow- m at the
Algiers hotel.
The show and market week will
run through Thursday. Nov. 25
According to its executive sec
retary and show director. Jack
Ross, this will be the first such
showing in the southea-t
Two entire floors of the Alrier-
will be devoted to the exhibit. Rots
added
"Handbags and jewelry have
been part of other overall fashion
and market weeks, but this i-
lirst exhibit devoted entirely
exclusively to these fashion accj
.-one- Ho-- s.,id. "The trc
doii- growth of this industry,.,.,,.
rants such a market week
tration." Buyer- from all ojf-P expected
have been invited ^view the 81
in large number^ |llu.s f hand.
hibit- oi somjrkt.t,, costume |.u
I.. gs, lucitev^bei^ and (ner km.
< Iry, comD^TH-s
fired at^,^ wi ^ lQ a m ((J g
^jtaily. except on Thursday,
PIT the show clascs at 1 p.m. A
fakfast by the show managers is
6eing tendered at the Algiers hotel
on Sunday morning.
Education, Temple Kmanu-il and
Coral liable- Jewish Centr-
The live se-ions wil'include a
* -*? uMh'^'" ,;r"a,,,r M,i i t;:zi^x^^
ami will assemble at an annual P-tion of ,ctdcn"\'ius is_
luncheon the Beth David ^ l^^^^Zl Sut
their juvenile passions. This is the
case in France today. Mendes-
France was not chosen because he
WU a Jew, but simply boeau-e of
the fact that for the time being, he
seemed to offer a way out of the
crisis In Germany, during the Wei-
mar days when democracy seemed
to be shaky, we saw Walter Rathe-
nau rise to power. It was sensed
that Rathenau was a very excep-
tional figure and ii he couldn't
lerman}. no one else could.
Pakistan which i- antHtsrael senl
Jew Mohammed Asad who tum-
id Moslem a- it- representative to
the i nited Nation- in tbe i" gin
rung, in Soviet Russia, Jews were
conspicuous m the top leadership.
Today, they are conspicuous bj
their absence
Politic-, whether it's in Oregon.
New York or Timbuctoo. seems
go by rules of its o w n
strange world for it pivot- a
creature who often behavi
strangelyman'
gogue.
Theme for the seminar series
will be the American Jewish Ter-
centenary'. Rabbi Joseph Narot, of
Temple Israel, will speak at the
luncheon on the subject "Tercen-
tenary Impact of Democracy on
American Judaism "
Greetings will be extended b#
president- of the Hebrew Teacherj
Association, the Sunday Sc
Teachers Association and M
H Ratner. president oi the
of Jewish Education
Beginning Nov conlinu"
one aspect < American
life in Ame,ca-
Jewish
toys to distributed byltj
stem. Jewish chaplain at |
to children .mil adult- dunsfJ
holiday season.
Assisting in the operatiail
year-old I'vt Seymour S, I
son of Mr and Mrs Benjasal
son, 1330 Drexel ave.
Gifts may be sent to "C
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^JewistFkrkttan
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IvORK The- Chief Rabbi of
Cuin, Ihe Wry Reverend
[odie has consecrwaja the
J2 B'rith Hillel House for
C jtudents in Great Bri-
nrdmn to word received at
, Vnrk headquarters of the
frith Hillel Foundations.
Loony was performed on
[ October 31
|ing at the ceremonies
, the official opening for
^jse of the six-story struc-
|j Knd-laigh Street, in Lon-
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of Court. Representing the
lcommission of the B'nai
h|li>l Foundatiooi at the ex-
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si the University of Michi-
presenl were Jack Morri-
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gstrict Grand Lodge Kif-
Kracing Great Britain and
Cgeph Gilbert, chairman of
E lh Hillel House in
[and Victor Mishcon. chair-
[ tin- London City Council,
pjnt was televised,
j-nai B'rith Hillel House
i. Jewish students attend-
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lei States and Canada, and
lh.1 Hebrew University in
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Students
lurch i-e and renovation of
prgian-type structure to
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inn in Great Britain was
r by Mr. Morrison.
I advice and assistance was
!, ibbi Arthur J. Lely-
ienal director of the B'nai
Ellel inundations.
PAGE 5 B
Widespread Interest Revealed in
Women's Committee Function Here
HANDS ACROSS THE SEA Alan Greenberq (left). Fulbriqht
scholar from New York, is shown here being welcomed to the
opening of the first B'nai B'xith Hillel House established in
Great Britain. Greetinq him is Charles Corman, law student
at University College. London, who attended the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Summer Institute held this year at Camp B'nai B'rith,
Starlight, Pa.
Widespread interest has been
shown in the preparations for the
annual fall meeting of the Greater
I Miami Chapter, National Women's
I Committee of Brandeis University.
| The meeting will be held at 1:15
I p.m.. Friday, in the Sea Isle hotel.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, presi-
dent, announced lhat guest speak-
er will be Joseph F. Kauffman, ad-
I ministrative assistant to the presi-
dent at Brandeii
Subject of his talk will be "Bran-
dei- University: Its Motivating
Force "
Kauffman is a graduate of the
' University of Denver, where he was
a member nf Phi Beta Kappa and
received his Master's degree ;it
Northwestern University, lie baa
lectured on intergroup relations in
various universities throughout
the Midwe I
Prior to joining the staff of
Brandeis University. Kauffman
served as manager of Bonds for
Israel, regional director of the
Anti-Defamation League and staff
member of the National Opinion
Research Centerall in Denver.
During the war. he served in the
U. S. Army and saw action over-
seas with the infantry in North
Africa and Italy.
Mrs. Harold Turk, program
chairman, also has arranged for
I "A Dramatization of the Tercen-
tenary" by Mrs. Emanuel Gold*
: strich and Mrs. Howard Grove.
In charge of arrangements for
the event is Mrs. Alexander Ko-
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with Miss Nettie Gold-
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president.
Abraham J. Gittelson, sell no I
principal, will talk to the group on
Hebrew education and customs
taught in the school. Individual
parent-teacher conferences will
precede the panel discussion cen-
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit-
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dents. Mrs. Philip Jacoby. Mrs Bid-
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^-JewlstntrkUim _
FRIDAY.
Timed to Appear as Invitation in Miami on Friday
'Brandeis Bookworm* Unveiled By Energetic Woman Lea Continued from Page 1 B
outgrowth of Middlesex College, it began operations
on the Waltham campus with a mere handful of
iHCilities among them its hbrarx housed in >'n "Id
barn.
The TOO women of Miami's >:roup have joined
some 40.000 women throughout the nation to help
the librarj gn and to achi. ve tin stature so
gar) for a burgeoning universit)
A i b) mm program
I the local chapter is Ih Brandt is
, lch will i' circulati
,mt the I th up-to-dal
formal librarj di
ill)
Editor "l ih e is Mi
: i \K 31sl -t who joint d M
-.>
A graduati '
. shstic
Mrs. "
. Hall in conjuni
Hank krit) din I

!
ture writer on The New- Free Press ill 'h-,,fnf/,*
and later held a similar position with the BtafI ol
The Birmingham Post
Branded Book Worm' il necessity for US.
Mr- (Irani explained, what with the chapter shold-
nl] two meetings a year Our members simply
()nn-, .ih information about the National
n ',, pn-gram "
In line With thil need. Mr- Grant explained that
Worm" will also sensitixe the corn-
he immediate need- ol 'he youth-
..- librarj Tbt energetic editor
I |is| o| i hers, ..- well as
I recipients ol book fund*
ir fir-t Life Mi mbi r was Mr- Saul Goldatrom.
.1 her ft.th birtbda) A- a
. .. .,, ,.. hav< since enlarged our
... Membersl i lo 112 Feu people here
explained
Granl
:--i edition ol the magazine will
four-
history. This i- Our Story, b) Mr- Morris
i: irk chairman ol Miami ( hapter publicity; mess-
rom Dr Abram Sacher, Brandeis president; cur
: ews from the Walth pus "Brandeis
Briefs and an articli "Wi have Grown Up." con
iribui Mrs Ginsburg
Mr- Grant explained thai the iir-t edition Will I"'
f Prida) Ill invitation for the Nov.
19 meeting at the Sea ble, scheduled to be a
by Joseph F. Kauffman. administrative *W.
Dr. Sachar. a,Mam^
Our frontispiece." she said, '-incorttrata
ture of book-laden cheer leader- situ^,?1*
two goal posts. The football motif TeJ ""
our teamwork and the scope of our ambit,,, ?S
the library is concerned" n^Urj
According to Mrs. Grant, the hhrarv
MOM 100.000 volumes on a variet) o| Z,?"" *<
is already the recipient of some SI 000,000
National Committee. But much more i- ncU*
"ti <-i; I

M
this, she said, can be acquired thi ,uEh th
Of Miami- women -To ilgll u, ,,w m_
the meeting, we plan a giant volume
where women ma\ place their i
Instead of guest book, will signify
to ..-sure .the library's co
Assisting Mr- (Irani with
Worn" are the ftfesdames Mori B
Glaaser and Phillip Lefkowiti
along with Mr- Grant
700 women bent on assuring thi c utinuii
ment of their prop i I
I eat June, Miami delegate- in ., Natiootlf
tnHtee gathsning M Waltham, led \|;.
-., the dedication ol the hhr u
their dream la not yet fulfilled (lur ach '
in terms of time," say local leaders. "i great
achievement in terms of need must
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year Thi N tional
re Is
| roi .....r 40 .....ni'.
' in \ Jev ish cor' munal
. n acuti shortagi ol m-
eadmaster Major Nat Pollack greets Steven
Sail 1 rrive to attend classes at 120-1 West
The fit twins to be enrolled, they are the
Sunset Island No 3. who ranks
de:s and financiers in the South. Mr.
i pie ted a record-breaking housing project
ty of Baltimore, which measures four miles in
. .. rival here, Steven and Gail attended out-
g schools in the country. At Oxford, they will receive
an ccademic education. Steven will also take a full sports
program, including tennis and horseback riding. Gail will
accept as her specialti) and ciufts, home economics and
music. Posner ha? taken the famous Jane Fisher home for the
vear and plans to make Miam; Beach his permanent resi
rice.
Study Reveals Nervous Climate in
Rapid Hunt for Subversives
Continued from Page 1 B
difficult to ii n i
tional li it,' i i
I Id.-II .11 ''
I
i;>ed Furthermore,
thi I :
oroced
i I
' his ,i(-
-
stud] found
that J ect to unfounded
i ol pi rson
group n
ich happ-
\ leu of the in-
diffii ,lty with which the
mu deal: spe
th it ol identifying, in the
I adequate objective en
those to whom the measures
it would not be hard to un-
nd if under -uch circum-
m. rent people developed
different criteria." The implication
being that "certain sections of the
vi,,n would : lieally
i led accu
1 li i extent tthan others "
I
rtoni
I in Au-
gust 1883. at I Monmouth Neu

i
let '.
group wi pended a- mis-
pecti ecurrtj riski bj
All und
pliciti) avoid* d the use ol ti.
lenii ini.st
Apte Joins Agency
R \\ Apte tin- week announced
that be i- now associated with \< k
ernuui Insurance Agencj. Im
ad agent and is active in the
business Apte at one time was
part owner of the agenej and has
ciated with Lao ticket
lince IfftS lie is ,i i
Miami -nice 1922.
Civil Defense
Events Slated
\ \.,i led calendar ol ei\ il de
Niii 15 ti
elusive w.i- announced I
!>> .1 Newton Lummus
tie I !'! ,
ncil.
i i late mil
deft nse i xpert arrived in Miami
late tl to coi dm I Florida
- Civil Defense St
in coll iboi at ion with the I
i Miami ,,t San Si bastian Hall
for all da) ssioi t hn
next week
The op i ition and plannii
the school has been ti indled bj th"
Hade County Civil Defense Council
ii, E i m ral phi i d l>t
harg< ;
.im
I loi. la SI iti SI
is the : i si one to hi held
South and the third m the nation
Two major event lo the
public will be held In coi
with thi Si h 1 during thi week
im Honda) evening Nw IS at K
P m the I" al Civil l>, [< i... i ,.,in
cil will hoi l a public rail) at the
; int) \udil : i .
'- ill include Bi
ral John Burrou
Divi
i I mn I at
B
lean V.
' Women \, .. ti
I tens i
10 p.i
cial workers, modern rabbis teach-
ers and other- who-e work re-
quires .i good American education
with Ji wish know k
I he shortage is e peciall) fell in
"k Jewish ei nters, as well a- in
he i ui which keep on
trowing through ml the country
r nical seminaries
- do not pi'".ide the
.im ded although
it cost the community more to
train a rabbi m these institutions
I i iniient to tram
i cadet al Wi -t Polnl Of the -mall
numbi r of rabbis graduating yeat
ly from the Jewish Theological
Seminar) or Hebrew t nion I ol
oi Yeahiva University, few
are inclined to remain in tie
iti
A g |T Of thelD -eel. \, i
positions w ith Zionist and
.ti u,-h or| 'Ti- Tin-
despitt the (. 11 that thi income of
'.in in thi Stati i- i
i r th ui thi il : iprltual lead
I- i -Hi i religions According
ublished this month bj the
U.S. I r of O nimeree the ,i\
-, income oi Protestant Minis-
.' 900 ri ar \ young it ibhi
iusl graduated from i Jewish theo-
logical school gets a starting udar)
10 yi ar in addition to in
'm onici.iting al mania
bar-mitzvahs and funerekv Seme
hat similar is the situation with
Jewish social workers, since .lev*
ish ons u uall) paj high
er salaries than Doo-Jewish p
the) need people with a
wish background, which i-
not .....,,-> to (ind The poorest
paid employee In American Jewish
ionmuiii.il life i- the teacher. This
explain- M-h) practicalbsj
the ||
thi Ji wish fiold.
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luati Ji ai-Ii ii
' "i rk publii
The) prefer l
her tl
Institul
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of Ji
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8O.000
from li
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PAGE 7 B
omitable Moshe Dayan is Israel Army
When the mk,,;,! ,r t|la K,.nCral of the ^egev
other jJSS. baya" "'"' ""'' l:"a"- "' knowledge of the
uih.h S<"'"S Went along Arab c"""""-nd the Arabic Ian-
V Kir i d l'1"'"' """S "' 'h'' (lr8t guae- ho WM Metd ^ a mem-
I ,, Th '? !" .eBter W* r" ,,f ,he ,sr*' delegation that
Because U>cout8had mapped the concluded the Armistice Agree-
; ,:.' ,'i;r "^ithe,?,fiti8h forces "1,h J0"> f> that Agree-
iSwK sstiSt riffi ri- r,"n"*""" -** ,,,day by
the Vichy French or their Nazi al- lr"n,l('r situation, Dayan's gig-
in
,ish Floridion featur.
Inirv lad who. at ,nc age of
teiK-me Chief of Staff
nnal army is Major-Cm,-,,,!
JJ, ,-., ol Starf Of the
[ense Forces.
youthful, with an open
fur and a Mack eye-patch
tl-,.,ne>em World War
, native-born Israeli,
the tradition which
the State of Israel into be-
years ago.
'. raised in pioneering eon-
Mll birthplace was Daga-
ih ,,i the Sea of Galilee. In
0f the Jordan Val-
roaming-ground of
n Jewish pioneers
'. ^bdue the long ne
... rh -j were also evolv
i i of a 'ww type oi
. n immunity,
as th" kibbutz,
uui world-wide In-
Moshe was -in years old
._ on the way to hecom-
lies to re.ist ii wu in this advance
that Dayan lost his eye.
In the I-rael War of Liberation
Dayan was commander on different
Ironts, including Jerusalem To
him goes the ire,in [or leading the
first armored column, comprising
only half-tracks and armored cars,
which took the town of Lydda in a
swifl and Irresistible action and
broke the Arab defense of the
neighboring town ol Ramie. He
was one ol the leaders oi the ac-
hi- sec.hi in command Dayan dii """ ln whlch ""' braeua c,eared
tinguished himscli repeatedly in ""' invading Egyptian troops out
In the years that followed, Day-
an rose rapidly in the Israel De-
fense Forces. He reinforced his ex-
perience of soldiering, acquired in
(be hardest of ,, !>v attend
ing the Senior Officers' School in
Great Britain in 1952. A year later,
at 37, he was Vice Chief or Stall
While on a mission in the United
States last year in connection With
the United Nations' deliberations;
on the Israel-Jordan border situ
tion, he was recalled to Israel to-
nature appears ;., the chief mili- accept the supreme post in his
tary representative ol Israel. 'tlon's army.
Moshe Dayan
jvmg village his parents
to join another group of
Tin- Mine they went into
fcmpinfested Valley of K-
The spell of death was on
,.. said the Arabs they met.
pioneers remained, drain-
|>wan ps and tilling the soil.
'vived the Biblical name of
,,- ihi ir settlement They
her type of cooper
brm community, akin to the
with marked difier-
idaj i- in th heart
most prosperous
ol Israel.
, hard bid ^tirnr.i! appren
which Moshe Day
, u a no question
would follow like
,, [on him h i would
h land from the
arm II Th< re was
ehool Bl Nahalal
i pared himself b)
tor defen e
ling Vrabt and ter
action.
When Wingate was transferred
and th:' "Special Night Squads" dis-
banded. Dayan continued training
other Haganah members, passing
on the experience he had gained
Under the British Mandatory ad
ministration that then governed
Palestine, the Haganah was eon
sidered Illegal. Dayan was arrested
in lO.'W while instructing a course
for junior Haganah Commanders
and sent to jail.
Two years later Dayan and ins
friend- were released fhis was on
th ,-ve oi Ihe Briti h campaign to
drive the Vichj t.'oops oul ol Syria.
A problem fai in | the British High
c,num..ii.! was their lack ol intim-
ate know led *i "i the terrain Day-
an was one ol Ihos* who knew the
area intimately He volunti
wj ii a group "i rift} other young
p esl ine Jew In n er and
report H< kn lhal capture
m..mi cert i Wi Disguised
and unarmed, he and his compan
i i...... i it i Syria in small
ri i| to invi rtigate Ihe i oads as
, ,- ,,n iujIIj neces certain the strength of the oppos
I Like the other ing forces and note the points of
Nahalal, Dayan ,,t danger Thej returned to Palestine
: i d the local unit ol and reported l< the Briti h genera
the Jewish self-di staff.
n Al 4 be w is al
I !,t guard duty in
I VI 18 he was helping
I n it refense in
i i by.
crucial year in the
. I : nse in Pales-
'.-n Ai I i ioting n I" ter
' h Ighl .. British
11 d, w ingate, later
\ lame in World War II
I Burnt, began to
Jew i h defenders
h' \' i i irauders, Moshe
ol the first ol Win
l Special Night
British officer was
pirited and resource-
nd soon made him
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FRIDAY. NC
GLOBAL SHORTS
Dorothy Thompson Raises
Lament on Election Tactics
NKW YORK (AJPi The one-
time friend of Israel. Dorothy
Thompson, president of the anti-
Israel American Friends of the
Middle East, h.i- raised her voice
again. This time by the medium of
an expensive ad which she placed
in The New Vat* Times last Satur-
day. The ad complained about the
pro-Israel position taken hy a
great many congressional candi-
dates of both parties
i ican Jewish Congress lor his serv
' lees to mankind, it was announced
here bj Dr Israel Goldstein, a.k
! president. The award to the di-
coverer of streptomycin was made
'at a dinner held at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel Not 10.
A Tercentenary Feature
Fortunes of Israel Suffer Froi
Interpretation of Hostile Won
Austrian Jews Permitted
Return to Vienna
VIENNA (WNS) \ number of
Austrian Jew- who Qed to Poland
after the An-rhlu- ol 19:) and
AJP
From the aarlllttl times in man's
history i! ha- Dn to the especial
interest oi certain Individuals and
nations to belittle everything Is-
raehtish These negative forces
contrived to discredit original
Jordanian Force Attacks
Israel Border Patrol
TEL AVIV (JTAi An Israel
militar) spokesman reported that
an Israel border patrol in th< Mi -
gido area was attacked here by
Jordanians, while guarding work
ers in the fields near the demarea
lion line Israel reinforcement- en
patrol to withdraw One
w .1- wounded, th i
who were arre.-ted when the K -^ ^ (h(,
-,an- marched into ..and have ^^
,v-en p..rm,,,.M n return hr,^,
Vas disclosed in a s.'o\ernment ...... ...... .......uwWl
Cairo Radio Derides Idea
Of Peace in Near East
LONDON WNS I
President Eisenhow-
peace with 1st
in hi- recent addiess in
New York before the American
i Tercentenarj dinner, was
voiced tin- week hy the Egyptian
Government in a broadcast bj the
Ara!> \ i airo, official
rnipan)
DP's in Germany Offered
New Homes in Israel
MINK H (J TA Residents of
the last Jewish DP
camp in Germany, who want to
sett in Israel, tan by-pass recep-
tion Cl liters and tran-it camp- in
acquire a home in
the Jewisl ..n before the)
thaii i imp dwellings, under
: plan worked out here by the J< a
ish A [ : the Joint Distribu-

Leaders Meet With Konrad
Adenauer in N.Y. Reception
\KU YORK WNS
m a i r K
reception in hi- honor
Di \ r in
nviction that it
was hi- country's moral obli)
the wrongs committed
'. izism w Icoming t h e
r. Dr i.oldmann
.': With the SIDOOtl
ations ol the Bonn-Isra
tions ment.
, They glorified Egypt, Babylonia,
Creoec. and Home, they belittled
everything Hebraic. In insidious
waya the} tried to prove that He-
brew i- a fault) language and the
Hebrew-, mongrels The marvel-
ous Hebraic fabric ol laws and eth-
Ti Ms [JTA \ plan for the ic whispered the satanic forces sly-
establishmenl ol special sponsor- |yi ;,. copied from the nations
-hip committee- ol employers to round then
aid in the placement ol ort school confinnation of this fact we now
in Turn- was set up here fm(| ,,, .f..tn.-i.,i Hallevi's "Book ol
following talk- between Dr Area Kll7an
communique which a
the number ol JeWS involved
Plans Made for Placing
ORT Graduates in Industry
M
***
tki, pn id< nl of the
W >i : ORT I nion, and General
Boyer de la Tour, i neral
ol Tunis, and Prune Minister H E.
Tahar Ben Amar
\\. an glad t.> discover lhat
similar views weir expressed as
iar back as the 10th centurj in
Hallevi's famous book. Then in
Part 2 paragraph 66, the Great Hi
brew sage and main character ol
the -t'.r> who. hy profound wisdom
and indisputable declarations, con
verted the might) Khatar king and
NEW YORK UP The work subject to the ancient Hebrew
of the J< wi-h Information Bureau, faith, i- quoted by Hallevi a- h..\
I bj Dr Bernard ; Richard.-, ing stated to the king: ,
%
Leaders Laud Work
Of Information Agency
? ?>
was lauded thi- week in a state-
ment by leader- of i!> major Jew-
ish organizations representing all
element- of American Jewry The
statement called I>r Richard"s
Now the root- and principles of
all sciences were handed down
from u- (the Hebrew, first to the
Chaldean-, then to the Persian- anil
Median-, then to Greece, and final
work a most useful service to the ly to the Romans On account of
Communlt) tOe length of this period." the He
brew sage continued, "and the
many disturbing circumstance-, it
was forgotten that they had orig-
inated with tjie Hebrew-, and so
they were a-enhed to the Greeks
JDC Directors Open Parley
In Paris; U.S. Envoy Speaks
PARIS JTA United States Am
bassador C Douglas Dillon deplor-
ed the fad that the service- of the
Joint Distribution Committee were
no longer available to Jews in the
Communist countries, despite the
great need which exists in those
countries His statements were
made in the course of an address
to the opening session of the five-
day ninth annual JDC country di-
rector- conference at UNESCO
Hou-e hen-
Police Express Regret Over
'Race' Listing of Fugitive
PROVIDENCE WNS- A state
ment ol regret for issuing a police !and ,hl' H""l:'- '" Hebrew, how-
wanted" circular which included (ever helongs the first place, both
the listing "Race .lew in it- de-1 a" r,-'r.l- the nature ol the UUIgU-
scription of the fugitive was issuediJB6* "nd '" '" fulness "< meaning "
thi- w.-ek bj Rhod< Island's attor-l Thl" |v significant declaration
eneral after the matter wa.sl*hlch unbiased scholars and scien
drawn to his attention by Joseph pf*^ ('-"i:i"' afford to pass up Ea
M Finkle, vice chairman ol the*"*6**11* '" '" the light ol historic
New England Regional Board ol t*ris nd recent archeological dia.
\nti Dat.,- eoveries That archaeological find-
. B'rith u**8 in "" Near East proved indis-
putably that a Sinaitic Hebrew
scrip! was the mother ol ihe Phoe-
nician, winch is generally but er-
roneousl) accepted as the source
of all languages it isn't accidental,
\h:_"; then, that th. Hebrew aleph and
beth are mimicked by the later
Greek alpha, beta, etc While the
J. wi-h tercentenary with a special p i ,,
, .... ... Encyclopaedia Bntannica is not en
tirely up-to-date, archeologically, in
rA
KIBBUTZ SA'AD Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple I
El. compares notes on Israel with Meir Ossofsky. msl
Brooklyn for Israel four years ago. The young Amerod
now a crack tiactorist in this new orthodox farm village. I
and Mis Lehrman spent two weeks touring Israel,
ing religious and government leaders and making a i
hensive study of the Jewish State's developing industneii
sofsky's work is greatly facilitated by the Development I
financed to a major extent by Israel Bond investment!
ceeding S165.000.000.
New York Library Offers
Tercentenary Exhibition
nowned New York Public Library
i- currently honoring the American
Exhibition ol rare Hebrew books
and manuscripts Among the docu-
ments on exhibit is a tattered frag-
its article on the Alphabet, it nev-
men, Z^Z&TS^l!^."? ,h"! ?* T* ""
the "Guide to the Perplexed*' by
Moses Mainmnides 1135 12121 and
the fir-t Hebrew Bible printed in
America in 1814
Skit Featured
portant [act ignored by any theory
that would derive the (ireek anil
Phoenician alphabet- independent-
ly from a source older than either
is that the names of the letter-, a.
far as they have a known etymol-
ogy or meaning, are Semitic. He
Stephen S Wise Group of Ha- brew aleph, beth. jlmel, daleth
'l.i----.ih v\ill >fp\"f n trr*vhmi'nt< at
the no, .5 me.-,,,,,. 3Sp .... exc "^ unm'--,akabl> "h
the Biltmore Terrace hotel A skit.
Greek alpha, beta delta." The
Sharett Urges Political
Cease Fire for Near Future
JERUSALEM WNS. With
Knesset election -till some ten
month- away, it would be well if
the General Zionists declared a
political "cease lire" for tin- next
few months. Premier Mo-he Sha-
ll -i i,.red at a < labinet meet-
ing. The Premier's appeal waa aim-
ed to prevent disorganization of
the Cabinet's work through crea-
tion ot pre-election atmosphere.
Double Vision." on work by Ha Encyclopaedia then declare- | q*
dassah Medical Organization, will Semitic name- are word- in the
BtUred Semitic language- Ihe Greek
names are meaningless in Greek"
Thus we have authoritative con-
firmation of Jehud.ih Hallevi's
challenge
It has been irgui d by many ttu
dent- that thi* Hebrew language
originated from some ancient form
ot Aramaic While tin- may Im-
parti) true. j| is not entirely to
Aramaic a,, d Hebrew are
akin in regard to the hoi) langu
age. the Ku/ari Sage i- reported to
i,.m Mated to the Khatar king: "It
,- the language of KIht after whom
ii wa- called Hebrew, because after
th'' confusion Of the tongue- it was
he who retained it Abraham was
an Aramaean of I'r Kasdim be-
caii-e the language of the Chal-
dean- was Aramaic. He employed
Hebrew a- a specially holy langu-
age and Aramaic for everyday use.
POT this reason Ishmael brought it
to the Arabic -peaking nations, and
the consequence was that Aramaic.
Arabic and Hebrew are similar to
each other in their vocabulary,
grammatical rules and formations.
The superiority of Hebrew i- mani-
fest from the logical point of view
it we consider the people who em-
ployed it for discourse, particularly
at the time when prophecy was rife
among them
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
Purpose of Local
Survey Explained.
Dade Countj '..uncilfar 1
ed Children this eek
the -ur\i .r.g COM
the Flori .n ol
Clubs in i *ithfc|
,tal Health I Sm
Florida
Purpose of tl
to Mr- I Bed "filll
man. i- .- ..iilablei
-tati-tic- and evaluations all
Hie- and fund- currently sal
to fulfill the needs of
children here
"There i- ii" tnundatioaM
to the erroneous i*,i?f 'j
survey now being undertasi^
lead to a condition here i
retarded children will I
from their pan ,.'.- and plantl
stitution-." Mr- Beck MS
Statistic- coinpilfd wllbaj
primarily for the benefit oft
1 legislator- and ft* th* **\
jernment at Tallrta
Dade Council i- local i
tive of the National \
| Retarded Childrea
CopTrlfht. ISM. bv Amrnran J*ith Prut
Waksman Gets Special
Award from Jewish Congress
\kw YORK .JTA, Dr Selman
A Waksman, Noble Prize winner
and director ot the Institute ..| M,
croMology at Rutgers University,
i^'it a ipecial award from the Anier
4. The Inquisition in Amer
Te*t by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions bv MAURICE od
IN l6i7 PRAMCI6CO Dt
SlLV.TME HOSTAMCHICAN-
JSWiCM POUT ,WA AHK-fs-
TtP 6Y THC FORCES OP
IHE PR1APEP
l.QUIS>ITIOM -
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NOVEMBER 12, 1954
+Je*ist> fhrldllan
Than 800
jtend Meet
fc)l{K Dr. JOM-ph HUTU.
,,, .. and Telegraph in
l, k goloveitcbii <>f Bo*
ITalmudlc BChotar, and
r |, H i ooksteln of New
chairman of the Com-
jewish Chaplaincy of
[, Jewish Welfare
tjoined the M of guest
lebeduled to addren the
34th annual national
f the Mizrachi Organ-
lAmerica.
800 delegatea are ex-
,! annual conclave at
kor, Hotel in Atlantic
[November 17 to 21. Rab-
Cai Kir^hblum, national
saiii
Lnerican and Israeli lead-
will address public ses-
he convention include Dr.
jldmann. chairman of the
[section "f the Jewish Ag-
|l. Solomon Rosenberg of
Deputy Minister of So-
tri' and Religions, in Is-
iRablii Wolf CJold of Jeru-
Imber of the Jewish Ag-
ulivc and president of the
of Israel.
linhblum announced that
bn of I he convention will
| to a discussion of plans
rld-wid.- merger of Miz-
Hapoel Hamizrachi, the
I labor Zionists. Discus-
king toward such a mer-
ecn underway by special
i in Israel and the Unit-
I for thi paal \ear.
PAGE 9 B
Bill Discussed by House, Senate
On German Heirless Property
V.-AMIIXCIMN (JTA) A con-
ference committee of the House
and Senate is processing a bill
which would make available to
i' wi ii organizations up to $3,000.-
ooo in heirless German Jewish
properly now held in the United
States by the Alien Property Cus-
todian.
The bill would empower the
President to designate certain or-
ganizations to act as heirs, and to
use the funds for the benefit of
persecutors of Jewish faith. Cer-
tain safeguards are established.
There is a limit placed upon the
amount of property which may be
turned over. That limit is $3,000,-
000.
In explaining the bill. Rep. Ar-
thur (;. Klein said "many of these
people whose property was taken
from them" died during the pend
ing of legal proceedings and could
not get their money or property re-
turned. Their heirs were entitled
Mrs. Samuel Falick and Mrs. Philip Rudine going through
their paces in preparation for their participation in the skit,
"School for a Day," to be given at the open meeting of Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m., in the
Temple's banquet hall. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman,
ha3 written and produced the skit. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is
Sisterhood president. Other participants in the skit will be
Mrs. Bertram Waller, Mrs. Ben Lond and Mrs Louis Stoff. Mrs.
Howard Grove will furnish the musical accompaniment.
to It, he explained Hitler- exter-
mination of Jews wiped out so
many family groups that no heirs
were left in numerous cases. There-
fore the property is still being
held, and it is this property, or
up to S3.000.000 worth of it. which
will now go to appropriate Jewish
organizations.
It was also disclosed here that
President Eisenhower had notified
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of
Germany that the White House
does not back a bill now pending
in Congress to return to their for-
mer owners assets seized from Ger-
man individuals or firms during
World War II.
Sen. Everett M. Dirksen is spon-
sor of the bill, which would return
at least $450,000,000 worth of such
assets to those who owned the
property when the U.S.A. and the
Nazi regime went to war. The bill
stands little chance of passage at
this session of Congress.
Completes Moving of National
[eadquarters to Shrine in Washington
OPEN NOVEMBER 17th
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SGTON, DCThe Jew-
v ins of the United
America have completed
ement of their National
ters to the new JWV Na-
rine for Jewish War Dead
lion's capital, it was an
here by past JWV Nation-
ndi'i Harry T. Madison.
entini; one or the first na-
fcnts oi the Jewish Tercen-
ear. commemorating the
1654 of the first Jews to
es of what is now the
ites, the acquisition of
le i- the fulfillment of a
Ireaii: ol the Jewish War
national Ladies'
r the JWV na-
il ommittee conven-
ts ovement was be-
pi i ommander Madi-
-hrme "a porma-
irial to the thou-
iVho paid the su-
I* lor American
Hreedom and democracy."
K out that the move now
IJeui-h War Veterans, the
Ion's Club
I Veterans' Day
iventh annual banquet of
Han's Club of Miami
hll be held on Veterans'
f. 11. at the Algiers hotel,
lib i> composed of 50 span-
lican and World War 1
| who have had service out-
|tinent.d '/. s. and all of
members of the Veter-
kreign Wars Post 3559, Mi-
lt.
lin to President Rowland
. thej banded together six
and pledged that they
Beet each Veterans' Day,
te they live, "until there
but one man. His duty will
frr a champagne toast to
Iparted comrades."
officers of the club are
Wolfson, vice president:
naler, secretary; Abe Gar-
kasurer; and Phil J. Gal-
naplain.
oldest Veterans' organization in
the United States, in the midst of
the political scene, Commander
Madison predicted that JWV "will |
have an ever-growing voice in the
affairs of government and will be
in a position to pull into sharper
focus its traditional role as a
guardian arm of American lib-
erty."
"The obligations imposed upon
us," he said, "in these days of
turmoil and threats upon our con-
stitutional liberties, will be met
with sincerity and courage. With
our headquarters on the Washing-!
ton scene our voice will be heard
throughout the land as a spokes-
man of the American heritage oi
freedom and fair play."
He paid special tribute to the
membership of the JWV and its
Ladies Aimlian "whose efforts,
devotion and unrelenting labor
have made JWV's greatest dream
I a living reality
| The white-stone National Shrine
Building is located at 1712 New
Hampshire ave., /H.W.. in the very
heart of the Capitol, not far from
! famed Dupont Circle. Other vet
j erans' organizations have their na-
tion*] headquarters in the vicinity.
The National Shrine has been
purchased solely by funds contrib-
uted by the members of the Jew-
ish War Veterans and its Ladies
Auxiliarv. Dedication of the five-
story building will take place
sometime in the Fall.
Past National Commander Mey-
er Dorfman. president of Colonial
Felt Mills. St. Paul. Minn., is chair-
man of the Building Committee.
As one of its first official func-
tions in its new headquarters, the
JWV will be host, on August 28, to
the national executive committee
of the American Legion on the
eve of the Legion's national con-
vention in the capital.
The Jewish War Veterans has
been in existence since 1896.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
p"Dr> O rrcun
Jewish Trade
Look for the 2-Story White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
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CEMETERY CHARGES
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pur>day evening.
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FRIDAY
Education Bureau
Names Groups
Bureau <>i Jewish Roacation eon|
mittees were thi- Week approved
(unction f"r the year 196448,
according to ;>n announcemenl b)
ir- Matilda II Ratner, president
The ten standing committees
-upplemenled In .1 special fi
. ce committee which .1- yet must
lefine Its objectives and functions,
\Ir-. Ratner revealed
Personnel committee Includes
bbi Irving Lehman, chairman.
Max Lipkind, associate chair-
man, Harry Simonhoff, I>r Her
. Meyer, Morris Honigbaum and
iamin Meyers, Others an
Board i license comn
: Iman, chairman. Sydnej Green
associate 1 bairman ^.-'i I
Rabin, Daniel Broad, Rabbi Max
Kl Simoi tpril, Di
ph Hum Itz, Joshua Stadlan
Hi :
Board ol revii v Brei
. ... rmai Seyi 11 Lieb
chairman,
Ginsburg, Rabbi
David I
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JOSEPH OILMAN
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Irving Epstein Iris I.crman.
Curxon, Lillian Aroaeoa, Bettj
got) and Aliens Scher.
HuWuIti stud had at the Yale Dra
ma School ami ma also director
nl the Sir mac Lake Summer Thea-
ter and the McArthur Summer
Theater. Ha hai itao directed his
own productions at the Providence
Playhouse and Cherry Lane Thea-
ter in Nan Vort
\, k| meeting will be held Wed-
m -da> evening, Nov. 10, at 8 p m ,
and then ever) Tuesday night
thereafter.
m. ^Prewrlan
school Fori Dar
Participants U tf
oames Bertram wj
- si,,n
I*"1" ff, Siawt-.
Phl''p Rudinc \ir,
"' furnish the miI
paniment
CPA Moves OfficgT
ccount ..,-. tau e(,ki
the removal of ha|j
307. Roper bid. fc2


Eisenberg Unveiling
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tarring laude Rains al its
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18, 8 30 p m A What M)
Kami quiz, based on out standing
Jewish women in American his-
tory, will follow Mr- Raj Berrin
' ia rman, 1- i,i charge <>f the Tar
centenary program.
wifi Row twe sons Louis
Hermat Ni tw,.
Ml Estl 1 S'adler and
Mn Bi rth.....
six grandchildren,
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ce pi as
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f the Jev -h Home
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di. will
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1 ph R i< kovsky,
N and
Louis A '! and Isaac Evi r ol
Mr Wortman 1- survived
i>\ his aiii Ziporah; a son M r
Miss l>e
and Miss Sabyne Wortman
Mr Wortman was a member ol the
Mizrachi and Kneseth Israel Con
lion \ 1 r a n gements are in
Palmer'! Miami M01 u
men) Compan) Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend
The dedication ol 1 monument
to the memory oi the late Louis
Weintraub, formerly of 824 Col-
Una avi will take place Sunday.
N01 14, at 2 p ;n at Mt Nebo Cam
etei Rabbi I'. Leon Hum it/
ting Mr Weintraub 1- sur
vived b) his wife, Ida one daugh-
ter. Mr- Rose Feldman; ai l two
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NOVEMBER 12. 1954
__________"Jewlst, fk+tHtr
[legal notice______
E uNDE" F.CTITIOUS
Wekbbt cnvtai that
"5" ,|K. fictitious name ol
RKm' KKKIClBNCIBH
A, \ K 7Srd street. Ml-
,1 ref'ister -'"I nun.- with
l!f ,|,'- i. nil '""'"-I <>' l>"de
ISSld pioNATORB and
EfplflNATOBB. Hli Wife
Jlvi.l.it Interest
'",\xV ...nKKNTINK BIMl
KI/iRENTINB. His Wife
3i\i'i-i :- '",'-: vr.1 v
iiki.man kai UAH
(, Applicanta
blil BW
1/3-lM* ________________
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
" .r.fKKKB^OmW th.1
Manecl, ,|--" ""' .....nuuK*- In
lander III! flclll Inn- Haul." I'l
ViaVVMIAN MOTEL, at I88D1
I ..,,!. Count*, Ma .
- i.i name with the
ill i-..in i ..f Dade

IIKI METER
KtF "' ISADORE LIITER
LKNK LIFTER
[l
LEGAL NOTICE
a tocowjv ^"co^tV
JBNNIE RMERMAlf. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All creditor* Mini All Persons Hav
Iiik Claims im Uemandi Aftalnsl Said
Beta i
You. and each ..r >,,,, are hereby
notified and required to prevent any
and demanda which you "i
eithei of you. ma> hav, against the
eetate of JBNNIE SHERMAN de-
i-eam-d late of Hade Count) Florida ;
i" im- Honorable Count) Judaea of
I ade County, noil flla n -.,,,. i
Hi. ii office! in the County Courthouse
in Dade i-..linn. Florida, Ithli
Ele......r im.n I,.-, from the dai..... the
flral publication hereol Said claims
or demanda to contain the legal ad-I
,h""- pi H...........mi and i" b< sworn '
to and preaented afoi. hhI
will be barred Hi s.- ||i
the IMS Probate Act
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fc is HKItKHV niVEN thai
I ing i" encase in
,, ... i it ion- Da in.- ol
(SE (|| MR, CASUAL, ,H
j nda to register
"with Mi. Clerk Of the 'll
rl ,.i 11 id. i 'ountj I i '
(ill.Wt HOWARD. INC.
1
;E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS IIKKEHY GIVEN thai
n| to encase In
tltloui name "t
K Hi >MES. HI Ciralda Ave .
^. mi,-ml I., register
with i'l- 'lerk of the < 'ii
u ol County, K1."
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MILKS I i:\ii..\k
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ECOBNE l WEISS
Irator ol ih,
JENNIE HHERMAN.
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:NAC^NACNEDRv'rORDAOENC0OU,NiJ,
VICTORIA Hiil.l,,.: BARB. 7'aimlfr
"BOROB BARK Defendant
_,, NTI,CE, BY PUBLICATION
TO: OBOROE BARR. Defendant,
Address Inkn.niii
.,1"1 ARK HEREBY M.TIKIKII
that a complain) for divorce hai been
riled against you, and you an requir-
ed Uiaarvaa coPJ of your answer on
i.*.\ i ;'.',"!'" ", """">. ROBERT ll
TRAI RIO. Esquire, 1011 duPonl
Building, Miami 12, Florida, and file
i- original answer in the ofl
the lerk of the Clrcull Court on or
before the 8th da i of I I.....ihei IS i
otherwise the allegation ... nld com-
plaint will be taken......nfe.........
SDI^[i.YVERNYOUR8ELPAC-
I lated 11. tola i
R B LBATHERMAN,
i 'lerk of the circuit Court
, By; M i- fIREKN,
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 250*7
RE: ESTATE OP
. ii' J> M B'<* H A N I >eccased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
n T" ''" "'by civi-n that I have
Jed my final report anil petition for
einal Discharge ., Curator and Exec-
V,,','.*,.'.'.. "" -'<" "f JAi-K M.
B RAH A MR, deceaaed; and that on the
."tii day of November, is:.*, win ap-
ply to Hi,- Honorable W. F. ci.an-
I'iN. County Judse of Dada County,
Florida, f..i approval of ~niil final re-
port and for final diM-bara.- ai Cur-
ator an.I Executrix of th<- Batata of
JACK \l BRAHAMS, .1" eased
Tin- Mth ii.. i '.f i tctober, 1954
MARY R BRAHAMS
...... Curator and Executrix
BER1CK, RHAPIRO *, PRIED
Attoi ii. > i,,i curatoi and Executrix
ii "..i:-1'..
LEGAL NOTICE
Ice
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
*K is IIKRBBY OIVBN thai
.,. i inn to snsase in
name :
HE M W EAR. at I4Sf N W
fi. Mian i- i"i Ida, Intends to
.' Hi Hi. i 'lei k .,r
.: I M,i, i 'ount) .
IIX-W i: VR. INC a Florida
. ,.w n,i
M l.NI'I.ER
v\ I I II. .
|ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- IIKREBY OIVBN that
i Iiik to angasa
tbe fictltloua name
IllSH SKRVICH .STATI'i.N.
A \ ,miii.. Miami. Ela .
ild name iih tba
|: I'll cull Coul 1 "f I lade
" i .- Iila
UNI u EHTON BAUABAN
IN l:l:i H
V' iKTi >N
.mis
fbolil lllila
M
HKRZOO
I IIBIl IIBRZOO
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: '- IIKREBY <;ivkn ttat
. w inn to ,.njcag<' in
the fli tltlOUl naiii.' of
V\ KR.N*. at IZMM N.W. 7th
.li.iiin. I ude County, Kk.i Ida,
lid ham*. With tl
''ii. nil Court of I'.oi.-
nla
I i:
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inta
- Miami, I-''..i.

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
>R DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
CMANCERY. No. 173519
im i.kner, Plaintiff,
v I.KXBR, Defendant
TICE BV PUBLICATION
i I'M I.KNER
I.enue
Mew Y-,1 k
| <|iil| .-.I tO MIA '
i wer to the Hill >>f
n I'lalntlffi Attoi ini) .
i iris Inal Ana* ar In I ha
>f tin- Clerk of this Court on
ih day of November
1 the Comptalnt for
hi etofore nini asalnat you
is i onfeaaed by you.
il Miami, Hoi iila, this I'.'th
riober, I9A4
i ll LBATHERMAN,
'"lerk, Circuit Court of
' 'l.- County; Elorida
I ItlAN COITRNOYER
I leputy Clerk
..'I'll, -v of
Ml,,l ll, v
k\ It I.Vi i\S
Olyinpia liinldinf
[H.-i.l.,
II -. I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 173584
UBOROE HENRY ABRAMS, Plaintiff,
* I
ROME A, A III! \ MS. I., f.ml.; in
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl ROSE A ABRAMS
Hicks Sir. i
Brooklyn, \,-w York
^ "ii are nereb) notified thai i Bill
of Complaint f.,i im
filed asalnal you, and you
>t your Anawer or
I'lead Ins to the BUI of l 'omplalnl ...
the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY \l
CAIN, 1518 Weal Piaster Btreel Mi
;. ml, Florida, and file 11
\nsw.i ,,i Pleading In the ofl
the Clerk of the Clrcull Couri ......r
before the nth day "f November, 1954.
If you fall to ih, -,,. ludsmenl b) de-
f.iuii will in taken sgaJnsI you for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published oni
each ,-,-k ( foul ron.....itive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al '
orlda, this tlal da) "f i ictober, A l >
; .i
R B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clrcull Court,
I lade i 'ounty, Floi
I i: M HAWKINS
(Circuit Court Real) Deputy il.ik
HENRY M CAIN
Attorn*) for Plaintiff
'..- Weal Ftagler St., Miami, l'la.
i n V> 11 S 12 19___________ .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-18585
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN thai
REYMOI'R 7.1" K Kit. holder "f City
of North Miami Beach Tax Sale Cer-
tlfii ate So 16 i--'iil the n Ii da > "f
August, A D I95S, h.i- filed same In
my office, anil has mail,, aptdlcutlon
foi a tax dei-d to he Issued thereon.
s.ii.i Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described propert) in the County
of I'a,I.-, si,.!.- of Florida, to-wlt:
lait 5, Block It2, Kiilfor.l B) The
S.a Se. K I'lal Hook I". Pass
,n the Clt) of North Miami
Beaeb, County "f Dade, State "f
Florida
The aaaoasmenl of said property un-
der the said certificate was in the
rime of: SA.MI'Kl, M. NoECKER,
TR.
l.'nless said certificate shall be '-
daented an-ording to law, the prop-
arty doocrlbed herein a'lll be sold to
the blffheal blddei al Ihe Court lions,.
door "ii the flral Mondas In the month
ol i camber, 1954, whli h la the *" 111
da] "f l......mhel. 1954
Dated this !8th da> "i tober, 1954.
i: H IJCATHBRMAN,
i'l..i of ii. mi Court,
I ade 'ount \. F1.....Is
B) N STERRETT.
(Clrcull Com i Seal) I put)' Clerk
10 9 11/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693
AUDREY ll.M.I.. Plaintiff.
JOHN HAUL l" ndanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
You. John Hall, General Delivery.
Y Refer, Ken! ick! ar hen bj rtotl-
fl...l thai ii suit for dlvon hai
filed agalnal you, and you are requli
,.,l to sei ve a i o|iy "f youi answi on
Plaintiffs attorney, Claude M Barm -.
-': i: Plagler Street, Miami. Fla and
file tin- original i" the ofl......' the
Clerk of Clrcull Court on or before
the L'nil da) "i Deoembor, I9S4, In
iief.iuit of which the complaini iii
I,.. taken as oiil,.-s...l aKaliisI > on.
Iiateii al Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida, this Nth day of ii.-tober. !'-!.
B n LEATHERM \N.
as Ctork of Circuit Court,
lly \YM W STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
|#/ 11/5-1J-H ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Mi, undersigned, desiring to ns ... n
he fli til urn- i ame ol
I a \l PAINTING, .,' ISC \ w in,
- Mian I, I '. Id nti n to n g-
i i name with l ..f the
i 'u. nit i 'oui t "f I >ade "ounl i. I Im Id ,
ANTHONY NICOI.LEI.A
MI'RRAY KAIH'KI.I, "; on
Gi IDDMAN fi ll H.I ISTEIN
Attoi i
iS West I Ii SI Mil...... Florida
II 5-12-1 -
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin undersigned, desiring to engage In
nder I he flctitlou
KEO B VR, al : So thi isl Mth
Stn Mian D ide i "o inty, Florida
Intends to red lei aid name Ith the
clerk "f the Clrcull Courl ol I lade
County, Florida
JACK ORi >B
HENRY M CAIN
Attorne) for Applii anl
2518 W. Plaglei SI Miami. Kla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.--,1,1,., ,-1,.^. ...
business under the flctll me ol
SID'S BAR, al 2729 B.W Hth Street.
mi. ii.i to n mi the
ol Ih. I' 1,-uii Court of l lade
County, ii.
SIDNEY MEDNICK
RI'ZANNE MEDNICK
MARX PABER
Attorni tppHi ..nis
Congress I'.lilt
1". 22-W -- II 5-19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51646
N'otlee Is hereby glyen Hint
NATHANIEL W. SIEGEL, holder as
assignee of City of South Miami Tat
Sale Certificate Numbered >. dated
the L'nd day of June. A.D. 1952, has
filed said Certificate in my office, and
has made application for lax deed to
Issue th.-reon in accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
I-: Mi fi of mo x 1 (10 in SB Cor
of N .:; ft of \vi. of n\\i, r
NW of SF.l, Less s. 30 fi for
i: w. Bectlon _"<. Townahlp .i
South. Range 40 Eaat, contain-
ing .1 Acre mole or less, in the
City of South Miami. County of
Dade, stale of Florida.
The assessment f said property
under the Certificate issued wai
the name ol GUH DONALDSON, I'n-
less said Certificate shall be redeemed
|......Inn: to law, lax deed Will iSSUe
thereon on the 1st day of December,
A.l>. 1964
Haled this 25th day of October, A.D,
i: B LBATHERMAN,
i 1,-rk "f Clrcut Court,
i lade i 'ount) Florida*.
By N C. 8TERRET1
. t Courl Seal I I 'epul \ i 'lei k
10/29 11 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring i" ens.
business under the fictitious name of
CASH REG ISTER H \ LEH .>-
SERVICE, al -11 North Miami Av-
enue. Miami, Kin., intend to register
Id name with the clerk "f the cir-
cuit Conn of Hade Count)-, Florida
ABRAHAM SCSSMAN merest
LEWIS I.ANDE^ Interest
ISK I EL Mil; VMS
Attorne) foi Cash
Sales & Sei\ Ice
l'.'v N I-: 2nd .\ve.
n 5-12-19-26

NdTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PLYINC DCTCHMEN DRIVE-IN, at
oi N.W. nth St., Miami. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court "i Dada County,
I",.,l Ida.
OEIIRGE W, SPORE, Jit.
W VAN TIEN
ll '5-12-19-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaig.....I, desiring i" engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
SIDEWALK BAR .v CAPE, at 1613
N.W Mill SI Intends t" register said
name mill the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court oi Dad,- County, Florid*
.1 VK i: LAMB
KBSHLER .\ GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1792 W, l-'lael. St.
in 29 11 5 12-19
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
>R DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
I CHANCERY. No. 173553
' H KN, Plaintiff
11X 'ii EN, Defendant
riCE BY PUBLICATION
N MIN CH'KN
|V
New York.
IIEREin M ITIPIED
C.....plaint for Divorce
i. I .11 | lie nl.'.v f
mil von are hereby
i copy nl youi \n
'' "ill "' 'omplalnl on Plaln-
i I lil. ti,.....-Iglnal
k ..I the i'ir-
" '.........il..... the nth day
154; other* i-,-. a I -
1 "iif..--" u di be entei ed
hall be publlahed eoce
I .' i"1.....nseeutive weeks
[JI.W ISM Fl.ORIDIAN
Miami
'
| H I.KATHBRMAN,
' 'erk I 'n nil Court
"> It M. HAWKINS
..... Deinm i'Iii k
JII.V lit & MULLOY
lor I'laintlff
'-- Hinbling. Miami, Florida
~ H/j-12
Plorida. this Mth
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTH'l" IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring .....ngage in
business undei Ihe fictitious name oi
KENT LCGGAGE. al X h -nd
Avei...... ......mis In register said rtame
wiih the Clerk "i the Clrcull """ ol
i lad.- i 'ount* l'',"r;'1',' .,. vi I' \r
MIAMI Tltl Ms \M' RAO
COMPANY I"1"' ,. .,
by: stani.ky ll UJ.SIAN,
Presldenl
by: ROBERT J. LEW 184IN,
s.-.-i elar)
ROBERT J LEW IRON
Mi.unev I.., mi.......'runb
:.'
-----IN COUNTY JUDGES' COIIRT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30619 B
RE; KST vti: "I-' .
MICHAEL HE1 LBR ^^ 'Jl.^r
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL.
DISCHARGE
M.Tl.'K Is herebj given "'''',",.,.
fil.-.i m) final r ." '.
Final I'l-. In'- \' i ; \,.'
tbe .Mate of MICHAEL HhLLhlL
rea...... and thai -I Ih. let l '"''
, ember 1954 d opplv Ihe 11"""
,;:; pKank n iUmwu
ludae of Dade County. Horld
j ,r,.M,l of aaiW final report and f"i
"inal dV.'barg- "- Admlnistral
,;:::"1--'!T,...'frMM,1'iiH-n-. ;
This ,2nd day M Jl.jl-;., .;',,.
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorney for Administratrix
10/29 11/S-U-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undei signed, dealt Ing to eng
lltislness undei tin- fictitious name ,,t
Al'.l.n MARKET, al 924
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to
t.-i -aid n...... with the Clei k "I Ihe
i '|ri ull i '"iiii "f I lade Count) Florida.
bernard it ooldpinger
acdrey Esther uoldkinger
m irk silverstein
Attorne) foi Appllcanl
120 i.nnoin Road, Miami Beai h, l la
10/29 M i-12-19__________________
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. No. 62105-B
MYBTLE FlltNITIIti: COMPANY,
INC.. ,i Florida i orppratkjn.
Plaintiff,
EVELYN CRAWFORD, alao known as
EVELYN CRAWPORD SMITH.
Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN
TO: EVELYN CRAWFORD, also
EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH
2.-.:, n. W. :'ist Street
Apartment U
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY ordered and
required i" serve ......V pf your Ans-
wer to the CompUUnl filed anamst
you in the above Court, on Gilbert i
italkin. 112 Congreas Hud.lintf. Miami
Florida, Ihe plaintiffs attorney, and
files the ".iK.ii.il in tin- office of the
Clerk of the Civil Court "f Record, In
and for Had.- 'ount). i i.i Ida, on or
before the 10th da) of Decemb.
Otherwise the I.....nation- of said Com-
olalnl "I" '" ,lk''" '- "'"'--"I h\
you The a-- is a sull m repb i
N s.M.,1 MYRTLE PCRNITIRE
COMPANY, INC., .. Florida eoniora-
tlon. plaintiff, versus, ^"''ia
CRAW'rvRD, also know n as K\ ELI M
CRAWFORD SMITH, defendant, In
whli h ii" plaintiff seeks I....... ,|. follOWing |U"|.ellV
i me 111 Keh Inator It--'' ratoi
,i Supreme Stovi. being a
ante
Two i Blon.....ml tables
One (D Blond.....ffee taAle
..... : i Wrought Iron kitchen set.
consisting ..( one (1) table
,i four hi hai" .
DATBD al Dade County. Plot-Ida,
this "mi da of November, 1*54.
"" W CECIL WATSON.
, (rk of the i 'Ivll Oourt
By:"HrT!TYNDAlX.JR.
I Igput) i lerk
BALKIN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173745
STEPHEN i: FISHER and
JEANNE FISHER, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
MRS I i: BATTEN8BY, a widow.
and if married, her huaband who-,-
name i- unknown, and _
Hl'GH AIR1'. xlngle, and if married,
Ife, whose name is unknown,
el .. i i *. fendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn: MRS I i: BATTENBBY, n
\v i,l..\\-. and if mail led. her hus-
ii.itni. whose name is unknown,
Address I'nknown,
IH'. ill a nti i. single, and if mar-
ried, his wife, whose name is un-
known,
Address I'nknown.
And also all unknown pi I
heirs, del sees, grantees, as-
11_ ira, trus-
tee! or ny othei claimants,
claiming by, through, under or
agalnsl any of tn<- above named
Defendants who may i- dead and
not known to be dead or iili\'-:
Ami bum) all unknown persons,
parties, claimants and Defend-
ants llawne or Claiming any
right, title or Interest in or to
Hi., property involved In this
. .-,. and hereinafter described:
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file with the Clerk of the above-styled
Court at Miami. Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the Ul'th day ,,f No-
vember, I9S4, ><-uv written pleadings
t" an action to quiet and confirm
title to, and for removal of lien from.
the following described property, and
other relief:
Ix.t 52, of THIRD ADDITION
TO I'lNF.HCHST VII.I.A, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Flat Hook '.. at Page
|M of the Public Records of
I ade CoUBty, Florida.
as above styled, and i" serve
tint.....f within the time set forth
above, upon S. Hlalr l(.,ss. Attorney
fo, ihe Plaintiffs, 1101 Hi-
Bulldlng, Miami, Florida, In default
of which :i Decree Pro Confesso may
be entered agaJnal you.
I lated at Miami. Had.- Count:
id... ihis '.'Tib da) of October, A.D,
F rt LBATHERMAN.
Clt i k. Circuit Courl "f
I'nie County, Florida
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
11 5-12-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN that
';,. inderslgned, desiring lo i-iie.,e,. in
business under the fictitious name of
NT-WAY PRODCCTS COMPANY',
Not lm N W Tin
Miami. Fla Intend i"
tei said name with the Clerk "f the
in, uit i 'onrt ,.f Dade Count). Florida.
GEl >Rl IE I. Bl'RTCH
WALTER MILLER
THEODORE J KAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applii -
(22 Seybold Blag.
ll 5-12
-r M.i
niLRERT
My'coo.r;Hs iuiiding. Miami. Florida
ll/5-12-l-2
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703
SAMl'EL 1. STEIN, Plaintiff,
vs.
PAULINE STEIN, Defendant.
TI PACL1NE BTE1N
- Ba) 29th sti.-ei
Kn n, x 'i
You .. u copy of
: .i to the Bill "f 'omplalnl
for i Hvon on the plaintiffs atl
and to file the original answer In the
the > 'let k of the Cli cull Court
on "i before the -".'in day ,,f Novem-
ber, \ 11 1854; othei ^ Is.. the Bill of
Complaini fm- Divorce, heretofore fli.-d
herein, will i.e taken as confessed by
you.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this the
2Sth day of 11, tober, 1>S4.
i: i: LBATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the Clrcull Court,
Had,- County, Florida.
By: M. C. GREEN,
(Clrcull Court Real) Deputy Clark
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
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JRIDAY,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
ij evenii al 3 19
Late sen i< I s 15 p m.,
with Rabbi M
. I preaching on th> I
Vngi i Saimi
will render the n 'rtion-
the litui S '
rvu es an li Ihe
Rabbi discussing the Weeki) Poi
tion, Mincha will be al 5 '.5 p.m
followed b) SI idos
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Frida) eveninf
.! 8 15 p m
>knp officiating and iIicj--
"Jt wi-h Pighti r- l-or Demoi
Saturday mornii
include tru- Bar Mitzvah "f
ill Lieberman. son "I Mr and
Mr- Sam Lieberman 3643 SM
'.' i k
Portion Pan I Hits-
\.ih will he hosts .it th- Kiddush
HEBREW ACADEMY kill hold
evei
Saturda nil ps are
lam Rabl K\ex in lei
cust \t>r..n. Syn
Pi Mincha is al 5
followed
be at 8 a n

and 3 30 p m
TEMPLE EMANUEL
3 and

' w
V/er
fl thi
Lehrn
er the
[ the hi
,
Carver Named to
Head B'nai B'rifh
Youth District 5

i i
ii
Jacob J. Lionel
ii B'l

I
Ri
i

I am.< ol Ihe mon
it' ni thi youth sen ii
whuh consist d! the
ithen ntii states plus the
irict ni Columbia
There are some 2.500 members
BBYO in 33 cities in Maryland,
Virginia, North Carolina South
arolina, Georgia and Florida la
dllition to his new assignment
Carver will retain his post ol Mi-
,mii Region director His offices
will remain at 223 East Flagler ^t '
Miami.
A native of New York City, I ..r
ii is a widely experienced social
group worker Before joining BB .
"i < i be was ana supervisor for the I
Jewish Centers Association ol Mi
ami for three and one hail year-
lie had previous!) been associated,
.,~ a program assistant, with the
Educational Alliance on New
York's lower Bast Side and the
92nd St, YMHA ill New York Cit)
Carver, 34. is a graduate of the
City College of New York and
holds the degree of Master "1 Arts
from New York University, where
he majored in education
The B'nai B'nth Youth Organ
ition i- composed of three major
p m
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE Will hold !
runt, i Saturda)
at 9 a m
I
and i the Weekl) Poi
Candleliffhtinff Time
KfS^VAN 16 5:15 p.m.
T
tion Kiddush will follow with Mr
v Id Kotick act
' Ihe birth
nt their daughter Mincha will !>. at
5 p m followed bj
will be
,i h ob
.it 8
a m ..
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
tion i .1 bold Fi
I 8 p.t h i Roch
hoir is un-
: i 'ant or \ Co
12201 N'W
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold l evening -> i vici
Batui : .'. sen
i.n Dail) services

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION mil hold I ride)
1 ;
it h 30
i Vpnl will dis-
Jerry Carver
divisions Aleph Zadik Aleph, lor
bo) M to 21, B'naJ B'rith Girls,
lor girls ot high school age; and
B'nai B'rith Young Adults, (or
young men and women, 19 to 26
The organisation has a total regis
(ration of more than 294100 mem
hers through nit the United States
; nd (lanada
eon Institutional 'harin and
Cantor Befeta
,r will i .iisical
t fee ItturgJ Cll
i .. 4 so p m followed by
I Sh ilos Seudos Dail)
re Bt : 30 a m and 0 30
p m
TEMPLE ISRAEL ml will
hold Frida) evening servici
H [9 p m dedicated to th ise who
made Ihe suprem.....crlflce m duty
with th. Armed Fon e Members
oi the Department ol Florida, Jm
i-h u.,r Veterans, will shs/e In
the memorial service Rabbi Joseph
Narot will officiate and d. i UM
From Armistice Da) to Veterans
Da) Ke) to our Times

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Frida) evening services al
5 30 p m Saturday morning serv-
K 30 a m when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsk) will officiate
and preach on th.' them.- Worlds
i illision Cantor Flshel Lot-
Will under the musical por-
tions of the litUrg) (la-- in Tal
will be conducted b) Rabbi
Swirsk\ al S 49 p.m Mincha is at
4 45 i m followed by Shalos Seu-
dos Juni it n us are in Acad-
em) Hall at 10

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Frida) evening serv-
30 nd k p m Rabbi Ma)
it Abramowitz will officiate and
preach on the topic "Religious in
: Peace Servici will be
d Armistice Da) Cantor
Edward Klein will render the mus-
ical portions ed b) the Center Choir under the
tion ol Eli Samuels Saturday
an it 8:45 a.m.,
wh< n Sidne) son ol Mr and Mrs
Sam Jackowii/. ill be< >me B u
Mitzvah
ZAMORAH JEWISH CENTER
Frida) evenin
at 8 IS p bi B. 1 on Hur-
wit? will olf iciate and pi i ach on
the topic: v 'i s. mitism Its
.;.. lings
m ill be led b) i hai Ii Strauss,
m a r \
i B:4S
'. ill be al .") 30 p :n ith a
course in Bible pi
1 i Rudolph Brill will a
illii'.WI/
* at
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER II h Id
Frida) ev< ces .it 5 30
p.m Ri Leo Hei ofl
-I i., i
1 a m win n Ri Heim will i
cuss thi Weekl) P lioi nd chant
the liturg) Mincha I at 5:3
followed b) Maarh
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Frida)
evening services al h 30 p m dedi-
cated to Armistice D a > Rabbi
Abraham Herson will officiate,
with 11 > Mom- pas) deput) com-
r oi the Jewish Wat Vetei
ails o| the t nited Slate-, di-cu--
Ing: "The Pan JWV Plays in the
Development o( Ou r Countr)
Cantor,Albert Glantz will render
|the musical portion- of the litur
g) An Oneg Shabbal will follow
Saturday morning services are at m Sermon i- scheduled a- "The
Struggle For World Peao
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
I will hold service- at 5:30 and 8 30
pin Rabbi Alfred Waxmai
officiate ihe center Choir will
-i-t under the direction of JCffOBM
I.on 1'hillips. national cxeci-
I the Jewish War Veteran-
of the i nited iddn
i he rongn ion in h inor oi Arm
istice Da) Oneg shaiihit will fo|.
low presented b) the Ladies Am
ilian of JVYV Weal Miami Post No.
223 Saturday morning services are
at 9 < m Rabbi Waxman will di-
cu-- thi UCekly Portion. Junior i
services are at 11 am. conducted
by Jack Katxken Mincha will be at
5 p.m.. followed by a discourse on
the Bible
TEMPLE BETH SOLOM will j
hold Frida) evening services at!
8 15pm, with Rabbi l.eon Kroni-h I
officiating and preaching on the
topic: "The Synagogue Speaks ol
Its Relation to the State." Saturday
morning services are at 10:45 a.m.. ;
whim Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Norman Stern. 4501 North Bay rd .
will become Bar Mit/vah Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the '
musical portions of the liturgy
a
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
ERT will hold Friday evening serv
ices at 8.15 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry'
Okoliea officiating and preaching
OH the topic: Jewi-h F.thics An-
iwer to Communism Cantor Mau-
rice Neu will render the musical
portions ol the liturgy, a i-ted by
the Center Choir under the direc-
tion "i I ;icille Moore Oneg Shab-
bat will !>< prepared in celebration
of the birthdays of Mr. and Mi
Leonard KimbalL Saturday morn
ing services are at 9 a.m. when
Rabbi Okoliea will discuss the
\\ i kl Portion Dail) ervkes are
..! 7 IS a m and 7 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
Id at 5 p m Saturday mom
ii are at 8 30 a.m Rabbi
mia.fl
Pm *U
YOUlj
HOMlj
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DEPENDAILE
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;n ning of hi- office for the pi
lice of Public Accounting al Suite
4.;ti. Seybold Building. Miami.
Bretholtz, a long time resident of
this area, served in the armed
forces for three years during Wot Id
War II and graduated from the
University of Miami in 1949.
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N OVEMBERl|m54_ *JSSt&SsMKUB PAGE 7 B omitable Moshe Dayan is Israel Army When the MK,,;,! ,„ r t | la K ,. nC ral of the ^egev other jJSS. baya "'"' ""'' l: a ""' "• knowledge of the uih.h S< "'" S Went along Arab c """""-nd the Arabic IanV Kir i d l' 1 "'"' """ S "' h '' (lr8t gua e ho WM Metd ^ a memI %  • ,, Th '? !" eBter W* r" ,,f ,he ,sr *' delegation that Because U>cout8h a d mapped the concluded the Armistice Agree; ,:.' i ;r "^i the ,?,f iti8h forces %  1,h J0"> f > that AgreeiSwK sstiSt riffi rir, n "*""" -* %  ,,,day by the Vichy French or their Nazi al' lr n,l( r situation, Dayan's gigin ish Floridion featur. Inirv lad who. at ,nc age of teiK-me Chief of Staff nnal army is Major-Cm,-,,,! JJ, ,-„„., ol Starf Of the [ense Forces. youthful, with an open fu r and a Mack eye-patch tl „-,.,ne>em World War native-born Israeli, the tradition which the State of Israel into beyears ago. '. raised in pioneering eonMl l birthplace was Dagaih ,,i the Sea of Galilee. In 0 f the Jordan Valroaming-ground of n Jewish pioneers '. ^bdue the long ne ... rh -j were also evolv i i of a 'ww type oi n • immunity, as th" kibbutz, uui world-wide InMoshe was -IN years old— ._ on the way to hecomlies to re.ist ii wu in this advance that Dayan lost his eye. In the I-rael War of Liberation Dayan was commander on different Ironts, including Jerusalem To him goes the ire,in [or leading the first armored column, comprising only half-tracks and armored cars, which took the town of Lydda in a swifl and Irresistible action and broke the Arab defense of the neighboring town ol Ramie. He was one ol the leaders oi the achisec. HI in command Dayan dii """ ln whlch ""' braeua c,eared tinguished himscli repeatedly in ""' invading Egyptian troops out In the years that followed, Dayan rose rapidly in the Israel Defense Forces. He reinforced his experience of soldiering, acquired in (be hardest of ,, !>v attend ing the Senior Officers' School in Great Britain in 1952. A year later, at 37, he was Vice Chief or Stall While on a mission in the United States last year in connection With the United Nations' deliberations; on the Israel-Jordan border situ tion, he was recalled to Israel tonature appears ;., the chief miliaccept the supreme post in his tary representative ol Israel. 'tlon's army. Moshe Dayan jvmg village his parents to join another group of TinMine they went into fcmpinfested Valley of KThe spell of death was on ,.. said the Arabs they met. pioneers remained, drain| >wa n ps and tilling the soil. 'vived the Biblical name of ,,„ihi ir settlement They her type of cooper brm community, akin to the with marked difier• idaj iin th heart most prosperous ol Israel. hard bid ^tirnr.i! appren which Moshe Day u a no question would follow like ,, [on him h i would H land from the arm II Th< re was ehool Bl Nahalal i pared himself b) tor defen e ling Vrabt and ter action. When Wingate was transferred and th:' "Special Night Squads" disbanded. Dayan continued training other Haganah members, passing on the experience he had gained Under the British Mandatory ad ministration that then governed Palestine, the Haganah was eon sidered Illegal. Dayan was arrested in lO.'W while instructing a course for junior Haganah Commanders and sent to jail. Two years later Dayan and ins friendwere released fhis was on th %  ,-ve oi Ihe Briti h campaign to drive the Vichj t.'oops oul ol Syria. A problem fai in | the British High c,num..ii.! was their lack ol intimate know led *i "i the terrain Dayan was one ol Ihos* who knew the area intimately He volunti wj ii a group "i rift} other young p esl ine Jew In n er and report H< kn lhal capture m.•.mi cert i • • Wi Disguised and unarmed, he and his compan i i i it i Syria in small ri i| to invi rtigate Ihe i oads as ,,,n IUJIIJ neces certain the strength of the oppos I Like the other ing forces and note the points of Nahalal, Dayan ,,t danger Thej returned to Palestine : i d the local unit ol and reported l< the Briti h genera the Jewish self-di staff. %  n Al 4 be w is al I !,t guard duty in I VI 18 he was helping I n it refense in %  i i by. crucial year in the I : nse in Pales'.-n Ai I i ioting n I" ter h Ighl .. British 1 1 d, w ingate, later \ lame in World War II I Burnt, began to • Jew i h defenders h' \' %  i %  i irauders, Moshe ol the first ol Win l Special Night British officer was pirited and resourcend soon made him SWEETENS 7AA (ORE THAN #UU CUrS OP COFFEg SUGARINE: Th* perfect i„qar flevor for towcetorie dieti. overweioMi -d diebetict. Recommended bv Doclon. Fourci bo4t tweeteni more eai 700 cupi of coffeel FOR KITCHEN AND TABU USf Suqqrlne Openinj Nov. 2S, h arseiUes HOTEL Jbe Getter p,* wn li Ih* only ocoonfrcnl, oif condi'iored rd hooitd hotel in lh Lincoln Road or*a under H>* 'MI dietary loot —full t.m* mashcjiacfi (op** '** ft *• -ell known orrhodon cbbi Maietwlolf — leUg-cut %  on p..m,„i do.ly.) Onfy H*> f.n*l food* cv*d. Special di*tt at pitcrib*d by phyi.cont. f^"> lor eoHtjwefs, WeMiufi, Bmr /Wifiahs AMERICAN PIAN FCC •< *lLS 0* ,lT Urn iff" "'" "'" >: |M *'. 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PAGE 2 B fc-rfcf'/forA*Q/7 CJA Tours to Health, Weltare Agencies In Greater Miami Attract Local Women The colorful story behind Greater Miami > health and welfare in -Millions will be unfolded before 240 women during the month of November. Tours to hospitals, recreation centers, schools and institutions have begun here under auspices of the Women's Division of the Great' IT Miami Jewish Federation. A total of 260 women have enrolled with the Federation tour-. according to MrIrwin Weinstein, lirman oi the educational month i mmittee On Monday, Nov 15. tour No :; v ill be conducted between the nd 4 p m at the Miich Branch ot the Greater mi Jewish Community Center Epstein a ill be speaker The ttes? committee will be directed MrMilton Sirkin. %  M J CC I on Sunday. Noi i %  • • • • V r It wish Home i'>r \F 53rd -• will %  • %  %  % %  :..' %  • %  -. %  • bj Maurice %  %  : th< H %  will open thi Vddition for a r r ''one ... pntific 5s in t h e CJA Plans Wider Participation V novel | to in%  th> I this k< %  tin 19 lewish A| %  .il According In Heiman, grow ing ilu' varied services "t has been demonstrated J : ... busll I • i ninein ent he story of • r Miami • ; rogress t" %  i sons, local and nhave ition in an rmed rkei %  • ke> to su •\ i nd the • ••• • have ... intert the norm ent S ... %  \ ....... chairil planning I .in bj (her community Max Orovil Hospital and Myers joined Kane at the meeting Top business men will play host at many similar meetingin the future, according to Heiman Hosts for these meetingwill be William S Inej Lefcourt, Sam IIK ..nd Artie Kravib A worker's recruitmei annoum %  • %  %  imittee. South. MrSi>l Silverman. president of the Home \u\ili.irv is chairman of the hostess and tour committees The Home tour committee includes the afesdamea Merman Jacobs Mai Katt, Benjamin Hammer man mid) Haaerachlag Milton Yaffee. Maurice Pearlman. Rose Krisberg Harrj Altman and l> S Denner Hostesses at large "ill include Ih %  M< sdames Louis Makovskj Frances Entine Sadie Kriegel. Dam.'' Broad Mas Greei [sidor lac o b i dell and Nathan Fi First lour to Mt Sinai Ho earlier thimonth featured a buffet luncheon, where the group heard briel remarks ol Mrs. Samuel Markand MrM u r,i\ \ Shaw en ol the tours Talks a i red also by Mrs Morris J i • |x \ a arj ol Mt Sinai and Gertner, executive director ol the %  Mrs Louis Glasser MrDa> id B iss ..%  by pink ladi< Elsie Schwab and Frai Markowitx Vssist Samuel Zibit Farber, hospital comp (roller also offered information on the ho-pital's admini-tration "be hind the scenes Or Maurice Lev. chief of the laboratory, delivered • or, the use ol laboratorj equipment ,i".i sits wen n ade to the Jewish Soi ial Service Bureau, ol J< a ish E d u ation and the National Council ol Jewish Women Hostesses were Ihe Mesi eo Ackerman Matilda Rat• i • \.,: m M Kanner Jean < Leh: e m Kaplan Albi rt < 'omanor. < itecutive director ol JSSB, •he \aned social servi Ktended to indn iduals and familierequiring such help Louis Schwarttman, director "f thBureau of Jewish Education, described the broad program in local Hebrew schools, the expanded library facilities .mil the educational programs initiated by the Bureau to serve Jewish families m Dade < ounti. nUDAY, WHEN PIONEERS MEET in this case. Caplam Jack Brass, of Israel and Mis Isidor Cohen, of Miami (right) there is bound ,o be qood harmony. The tr.o were participants in the recent ae-inq to know your community" conference sponsored by the Wom-n DivWon of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs Irwin Weinstein (leW was general chairman of the event h attracted moie than 300 women leaders from all parts of Dade County. Zamora Lists ComJ 0 Bar Mitiv^r A* course m H brf ,.„ which meet. „n Tu£ a L.ur K ,c a | MelodS.."* 1 The course is k. %  —* %  stra tares are given bviX,! Hurwitz. /.amor ^ A special cow,, „„ Z; ground,,., B ur y,,^ """-'", "' the m £ >ears Bar Mltzvah 2*, "jora. (ban ma n of UTT 1 on. Samuel Jacobin David Rossi to Speak \ special program celebrating I, wish Tercentenary will be sponsor.,! bj the Golden %  riendship Club of the Gn at er Miami Jewish Communit] Cei t.r. Town Branch, on Sundaj Not David Rossi, well known ipeaker on Jewish topics, "HI d the contribution ol Jea In v er lea CJA Women Plan Meeting: Kir1 meet•In Women Dnision of •ion will tx; held No\ it; at 11 4.'> a m in tin mom inder tb. a Ml will anal}te Ihe perform• I M W % %  i • Dh ision in lewish A p r I,, lorn plans for Approximate!) 4o woe erin organization work in this ir man) years, have been invited to the prehmm.irv planning %  non hairmen of the Women's I>ivision last >fai were MrJack A Ahlin and .MrIrving Lehman The division was responsible for rai-ine 13 percent of the total re : in the camp. Fourth Century of American Jewry to be Discussed In celebration of the Omerican Jewish Tercentenary, the Men s Club of Temple Beth Sholom will hold an open forum meeting and diacu iion on the subject: "What r .•he "ou'h Century Hold in Store for th • a tatpberr), • L,• ll.ckbf „. • : • Cherry t 1 of Mia atssiKi i• Gordon Funeral Hcme Hcrrr (>•" Svrrinq ihv -9vu ih Commtut^ ot Urvatvr Mimm i with Honor and IHslinrlion tor Over a Quarter of t vnt* GORDON FUNERAL IN MIAMI MIAMI BCAOII 710 S.W. 12th Am 1333 Do* Wi rh.a, j-3431 *aaa W IKE COtDON, iKtasad fum*"' Dirttt* trhvrv first HIGHEST IN RESWVES MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL Hi. \ %  SOt l' H )IM SHOrl MtIN 0"ul nmnm MAMA*tmm guns rossmi ott J*



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PAGE 2 A 'JeHlstiHcrXHM FRIDAY. Rabbi Usher Kirschblum Returns to Miami for Round of Zionist Talks Rabtu I. Usher Kirschblum. national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America and a member of the inner committee, is planning a return visit to the Greater Miami Community. Nov. 12 to 17. A number of local events and prominent speaking appearances have been arranged in connection with Rabbi Kirschblum's visit On Friday. Nov. 12. Rabbi Kirschblum will be the guest speak er at Temple Beth Sholem in Hoi lywood. when Rabbi Samuel Lerer will share his pulpit with Rabbi Kirschblum. Broward County Zionist District will be hosts on an Oneg Shabbat following the services in honor of Rabbi and MrKirschblum. On Saturday. Nov. 13. Rabbi Kirschblum will sh:irc the pulpit with Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai. Hollywood. ?nd the Broward County Zionist District will be hosts ;it I Kiddlish. On Saturday ni^ht. Rabbi and Mrs Kirschblum will be guestol the Miami Young Married Zionist District at the home oi Mr and Mrs David Liebman, ill" Aduana ave., Coral Gables, The combined Zionist Districts ol Smith Florid.i. which now number ten districts in all. ill be hosts io ;i brunch and membership knickofl on Sundaj morning. No\ 14. ;it lo ;i m. in the Florentine room of tinI>i Lido hotel Mini bers from each ol the districts will assemble to hear Rabbi Kirschblum's iir-i hand n port <>ii currenl elopments in Israel. Also on the gram with Rabbi Kirschblum •-.ill InSeymour I! Liebman. ch in oi the Florida I onfedi ration Zionist Districts and Fred Jonas, bership chairman oi t h e Southeastern Region on the same evening, the Miami • mist District and the Coral tiii es Zionist District have arranged joint meeting in the.social hall • Beth David Synagogue lo hear i address by Rabbi Kirschblum Also on the program with Rabbi \irschblum will be Leo Mindlin. •I The Jewish Kloridian. who will tiiscuss present day developments i the Middle Bast, and Sidney irazier. authority on economy and industry in Israel. The districts will he hosts following the meeting at a reception in honor of the Kir-chblums. On Monday ni^ht. Nov. 15. the Orientation Meeting At Town Branch club leaders and instructors of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will participate in an orientation meeting Sundaj night, Nov. 14. 8 p.m.. at the Town Branc+i. it was announced by Emanuel Tropp, assistant director Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president, will welcome the corps ol .\2 lead erat this first central gathering undertaken by the agency. A talk on the objectives of the Center will be given b*y F.fraim H. Gale, executive director This will be followed by a series of "buzz si--ions." A new 'Group Leaders' Manuel,"' prepared as a guide in understanding the policies of the agency and in developing a better program, will be distributed to all leaders The film, "Recreation For the Whole Family," which depicts the entire range of Center activities. will be shown to the group. Rabbi will bo the gflPl f < h 1 the Jewish Institute of Religion which was founded by Dr Stephen S Wise He ialso ,i member of the nation al board of directors of United Synagogue of America and was recently appointed bj the Mayor of New York to the board of trustees of the Public Libraries ol thai city. He is former president of the Long Island Zionist Region and is at present national membership chairman II. was recently elected one of the 34 delegates to the World Zionist Congress, J vy Me Blut Ribbons' Spn*e4 Pbto&oif If the reaction of the opening night audience is any criterion, then Buy Me Blue Ribbons" with Annual Dance Due Amity 28 Club will feature the music of Mai Malkin's Orchestra at the gala annual dance in the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Saturday. Nov. 13. with dancing from 9 to 12 midnight, it was announced by Lou Stein, president. Miss Ruthe Easlev ichairman Miss Esther Graisan. chairman of membership, plans to honor and enroll all new members. Talianoff. Balkin at Gables ADL Meeting George J Talianoff, chairman of the board, and Gilbert .1 Balkin, di i, ctor, Florida l>< gtonal Office Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will be feature speakers at the ADL nighl program sponsored bj Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith. on Monda) night. Nov. 15, 8 19 p m at the Coral Gables Jewish (enter. Talianoff and Balkin will describe the League's program for Combatting bigotry and advancing democratic grodp understanding, and they will discuss a number of current human relations problems on the local and national scene. Kahn, Salomon Form Pontiac Distributorship Here Burton s Kahn and Harvey Salomon, former Miami Beach DeSotOI'lymouth dealers, have joined with Arthur M Kahn. Miami insurance executive, to operate new Pontiac dealership in Greater Miami The new firm. Colonial Pontiac, has opened temporal*) headquarl ITat B350 \\v 7th ave Burton Kahn. president of the new firm, -aid plans were being drawn for a new a n d modern building which will provide up-totiu minute sales and service tacil itles. Kahn. a resident of Greater Mi ami since 1925 and a gradual, of the University of Florida, has 1!) years experience in the automotive field and Salomon, a resident more than 18 years, has lti years expen ence. Both have disposed of their interest in the Miami Beach firm and will devote full time to the new Pontiac dealership Biscayne Opens Racing Season Biscayne dog track ushers In the 1954 1998 '.'nvhound racing seeson on Monday night. NCA 15, with the 28th running of the historic Biscayne Inaugural, highlighting the 10 race program At m the past. Biscayne will con dud I splil date meeting. The first half winds up Jan. 6. with thesec ond session getting under waj April li and continuing through June I, 1958 Thirtj of the nationleading greyhound owners are booked al Biscayne this year and have lered ovi r 750 of the fleetfooted speedsti rs i"r competition tl> -oil S. i ral fipe performance were luiin d in tinweek in thi official -el ng li sts thai terminati S I lirdaj night, and it looks as II Ample Time, Texas Switch, Wicket, True Cam and a few more ol last n's favorite will have to be reck< ni-d with again thiyear. In addition, scores ol new pups, sired bj such former greats as Flashy Sir. Beach Comber, Real Huntsman, Prime Factor and Mountain Time will be making their initial -tartTop officials at Bisca>ne this year are Joe H. Adams. Managing Director. Frank G, Burghart. Comptroller and Ben T. CosteUo, Mutuals Manager. William R. Moore, with Biscayne for 28 years, will return as l'n-id i ing Judge and Leo Hartwell. dean of American greyhound racing secretaries, will again make up the races DAY WORKERS $5 I S6 and Fore Hotel Maids Porters Dishwashers Colored Maids Part Time or Fall Time in Private Homes ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N E. let Ave. Ph. J0O7 No Charge to Employer Free Loan Group Meets Hebrew Free Loan Association will meet on Monday evening. Nov. 15, 8 p.m.. at 450 SW loth ave., according to an announcement this week by Isidore Schwartz, president. Jsy Robinson u (h „ Sam Hirsrh. The Satire on "Pcned Tuesday n ,T* "~* -SageSn,"* many flrs J j -"any • „ rs| nj gj >n portray.ns the g J. cetted teen agPr J*H retirement g* J J, age of 18. ,ne %1 ,. ****** by s umnfr '"'•/-Buy Me Blue tawd n W actual B-4, occurred t„ Robinson ^J ,c.ded to produce a pl .7H w *> 'n 1951. Th %  ( Tree." aa vehicle for ^ was subsequently fj N cast by the director he 3 self hired for lack of -J I training for the leading rain Sid Cassell direct.th, J Natation. The pu> ^ seated nightly, ,. XC ept J with matinees on SjtutJ I Sunday, and will ctose %  i MIAMI CONVALE84 E\T fffoj 335 S.W. 12th Ave. ICO AllCN, Director Ph. 2-5437„|, Specioliiino in Car* to the Elderly and Ctironictll, III 2 1 Hour Nursing Service — Special Diets Strictly Obttnd Private and Semi-Private Rooms 0& l IM1P0 HTIOt Coll 2-1776 Hotel Di Lido HEALTH CLUB SOLARIA Open to Public FOR LADIES and GENTLEMEN Steam Rooms Turkish Baths SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH BODY MASSAGE under supervision of LEO and DOROTHY VOCELFANG and Staff of Trained Registered MASSEUR and MASSEUSE Open All Tear-Seven Days a Week ON THE OCEAN & LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI REACH •hone SI 0111 S. ol. Frccdiiian j ond MIttphun HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES for Synagogues and Private Use Also for Hebrew Schools Telephone 5-9017 'SfAll CIRTIFICATIS 350 Lincoln Road Menanine — Phono 5-S41I" Entrance on Washington AT* OCULISTS Prescriptions FUlod Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection In LaWert -J CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI lit TKe most valuable v| possession of Riverside is tne gooJ will of trie families we serve. %  iversi MEMORIAL CHAPEl," FUNERAL DIRECTOR free Parking T^T/Q CONVENIENT LOCATION* West Flagler A 20th Ave. 1236 Washing.*^ Phont 9-2664 |R"I<' 14-HOUI ASSSOLANCI •" IDW*D T. NEWMAN, Funeral Director *" F" ktL IN MBW voast: 7h Stmt aad Amsterdast ..OOKLVN • astoKK • w>*



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JewvKslb-IEIlDiciidliiaun a, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1954 SECTION B leven Miamians Will Represent lommunity at CJFWF Assembly communal leaders will %  t Ihe (ireater Miami area [3rd general assembly of the it Jewish Federations and Funds in Atlantic City in 21. it was announced led b) Stanley ('. Myers. ( ,l the Creator Miami I {(deration. gembly this year will conon planning measures to htn Jewish community fed increase 1955 fund results to meet vastly ., idoverseas and at I •; was revealed by Julian Indianapolis. CJFWF I will be a workshop soli 1, man declared. "T h e I roblems I, icing communi|r eeting their worldwide realities in 1955 demand that K mmunity leaders from all fnited States and Canada I I her to find effective guideposta tor ; %  Dr. Kurt Peiser heads delegation As first representative of the American Jewish Joint Committee %  and the in it 1 d States State Departdelegation will be fn'nttoNorth Alnc, dunn World r director ol Food and former vice I the University of in Peiser la noted •K in clt iritable and ediica I 1 -. having served • n ol Jewish Chari Ulied Jewish Appeal for 12 yea r s as ector and vice presirvi il in -imilar tail and Cincinnati 1 tirman ol Miami :• it) Chest drive Vg>r II. lie developed the pattern ol welfare work thai was used later by UNRRA. other delegates will include Mr. and Mrs Stanlej C Myers. Mr, Myers is ;i former president of the CJFWF, aml.-achairman of the Council's finance committee, will play a prominenwole in the work Brandeis University; Charles I committee on Jewish Child Care, together with Max C. Gettinger. assistant director of Federation. Albert Comanor, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, will serve on the family agency committee, and Harold Thurman. Federation's budget chairman, will take part in proceedings of the budgeting and social planning committee. He will also be a discussant on a panel considering problems of the aged Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish Floridian and president of the American Association of English-Jewish Publishers, will review problems of publicity and public relations in the field of fund raising, Shochet was named by the Council to act as one of three judges in its annual competi tion to select the outstanding publicity and community interpretation materials in the country. Herbert Seller George Chertkof and Combined Jewish Appeal chairman Sam .1 Heiman are scheduled to serve with the committee : on fund raising and meeting com-' munit> needs, Among speakers who will address the assembly are Dr. Buell 1. G illagher, president of the Colol the City of .New York; Dr. Abram I. Sachar, president ol FIRST WOMAN TRUSTEE Mrs. Francss Natalie Rubin. Shore Club hotel, hands check to Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chairman cf Israel Eonds. and becomes firs', woman Trustee of Israel in the southern area of the United States. A Trustee of Israel is a purcha c er cf a minimum of 510,000 in Israel Development Bonds. Local Leader is South's First Woman Pond Trustee of the committee oftVcommunit) or ganization Ft deration direc'.t>r Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg has also I een named to the committee. Mrs Leo Ackerman president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, will IM' a member of the planning Schottland, commissioner of social -ecunty tor lac 1 s. Department ol Health: Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, ( v cutive 1 ice pit sidenl of the United Jl Wish Appeal; and Dr. Oscar I. Janowsky, ol the College ol [he Citj ol New York. llews an Added Security Risk? \udy Reveals Nervous Climate n Rapid Hunt for Subversives in an atmosphere of fear and disfive members ol the Jewish faith quiel it becomes increasing!) easy and at least eighl members ol the to attack the civil liberties of in-.Gentile faith who were employees flNGTON In today's dimdividuala egpecially the more vulof the Hydrographic Ujce All |E, EETH SIEROTY JTA hi, are ,1 e w s more | % %  •. u i as security risks? hological study into; ili" -ecurity meads tlii answer to be a dis-! Yes And two recent in: [the t'hasanow case and the I ti m o uth investigation, -t that Jews are "more | med as targets of un-ii-picion."' tody entitled "Security .did Freedom of I' was undertaken by two % gists, Dr. Stuart W. Cook lane Jahnda, both of New rsity, The research was m a series of intensive inuith federal employees %  v-ersity professors. It exthe fact that as a conseI'! the security programs a Itmo.phere has developed in ptinority groups were fre1 amed as targets of unsuspicion. Jews were I irst to be cited as "oh !| t-t m our society." I' i the interviewees was think of a colleague of oyalty he was convinced. nine that this colleague : 'I that his loyalty was He selected a colleauue Jewish and foreign born. iii.i' his choice was guided ;' %  • %  lo keep (he situation as possible. He assumed I born Jews were more be the targets of unfoundNtlon than anyone else 's colleagues." Datable minority groups. In this mood, far too often the safeguards against the religious bigot, the personal enemy, a n d irresponsible slander are not assured. The ChaSanOW case had a "hapending, as one reporter put it. Hut many people feel that the case ; should be an example that Jews I particularly cannot be content with a static satisfaction of one case won. hut must be constantly vigilant in their flghl for justice. five of the Jews have had security difficulties and all the Gentiles remained undisturbed in the office." Chasanow did return to his job after a long, hard fight lasting over I year Chasanow felt that the false charges against him originated from malicious neighbors including persons who painted anti-Semitic signs on the (ireenbelt Jewish Community Center and threatened him "Mrs. Frances Natalie Rubin, of the Shore Club hotel, is the lirst woman in the Southern area ol the United States to become a Trustee >>f Israel." Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division, proudly declared at a meeting of workers of the State of Israel Bond Organization on Sunday in the Royal Palm hotel. At the present time, there are l!) Trustees in the Greater Miami area Mrs. Kubin makes th" 20th. The Greater Miami goal for Trus%  his year is 30. A Trust* e is a purchaser of a minimum of SH).000 in Israel Development Bonds M Slig also revealed this week thai $20,000 in bond, were sold at the Molly Picon rail) Thin day in Miami Beach VI the rally, testimonial scrolls w.ie presented to Rabbi Jonah ('apian and Pre? lenl Sol Meringoff, ol Kneseth Israel, and • bi Joseph Rackovskj and Pr< sidenl H Sher ol Beth Tfilah bj Seymour Liebman "for Ihe cooperation and distinguished service ol these Bj nago lies during the holiday Bond appeal More than 500 persons honored Ihe Queen of Ihe Yiddish sta the rally. Milton Kubin was MisPicon's accompanist Miss Trudy Lawrence opened the program bysinging the National Anthem. Master of ceremonies was Councilman Burnett Both, and the rally was held under the auspices of the South Beach Council, with Mrs. Lena Mintzes act in; as chairman. It was also revealed at the workers' meeting that ten new sponsors of Israel were added at a fea given by Mr-. Sam II. Rost in honor of Miss Picon, now making 80 in the rael And for selling the most Don I in money, Mrs. Jack Bernstein was award"! a sterling silver filigree brooch, also imported from Workers at the meeting were i remin led of the Operalogue to be presented in the Coronation %  I lieEmpress hotel on Dec. l. Admission i given no reason for the firing. But the question of possi ble "loos" char"-and anti-Semi Uc remarks made by disgruntled paraou •'' Greenbelt" was raised .e,,h Fanelli, Chaaanows lawyer This was done in an effort to Kef at the source of the -ecunty accusations against Chasanow. Fanelli questioned whether the proceedings which led to the adverse decision were tainted by anti-Semitism. There were "but sa.d il intends to look with great skepticism at information from concealed witnesses, Psychologists tell us that it is Continued on P*9 6 B were also given at (he tea to Mrs. Abraham Kassow and Mrs Jack Bernstein. For selling Ihe mosl bondIn units up to the meeting. Mrs. Mintzes was awarded a sterling silver filigree necklace imported from IMrs. Morton Grant national women's leader Mrs. Morton Grant Named Kditor Brandeis Bookworm' Unveiled JEWISH FLORIDIAN FEATURE Miami women are il :ae forefront Ol a worthwhile effort. They will meet 00 Friday. Nov. 19, at the Sea Isle hotel to discuss the measure ol their Micccssee during the past >ear. But this occasion Of their annual [all meeting, one of two during the entire season the other being a spring election affair—In no way represents the total energies or 'the number of hard hours which they devote to their cause. Some 700 women here are members of the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Commit', for Brandeis University, and their major intere i .the six-year-old university at Waltham. MasMrs. Ben Zlon Ginsburg, president of the chapter, i even more specific. "Our major interest." she pointed out during the hustle and bustle of her preparations attending the Nov. 19 meeting, -is the Brandeis library." The infant university, which boasts of such faculty members as Ludwig Lewissohn. Leonard Bernstein and Max Lerner. to mention just a few, is non sectarian and under Jewish sponsorship. An Continued on Page 6 B —.


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PAGE 4B *-Amis^ncrkttar I^YJ^VEMBQ,, Election Unfolds Interesting Data for Jews imin was in tlSenate, if I recoiled my history right, at thh „, „ f By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA thing "i •' special Jewish interest in ad that Richard Neuberger -. .,. ,, candidate for Senator from ate oi Oregon. The Senate is i ol an exclusive club. There is nothing to prevenl the admission ol Jews, but Jews are as scarce in it as m some <<( the discriminating college fraternities. Oregon has been an exception to thiIn the \>n-\: it once sel Joseph Simon to Washington as its Senator a n d more recently—around 1888 — the governor of Oregon was i Jew There have been other Jewin the Senate. There i one now. Herbert Lehman of N e w York, but Lehman's case is somewhal unique, with the tremendous Jewish vote in New York, added to the popuFlorida Politically, tbe Jews da nol shine in America I" France we see to daj i Jewish Prime Minister, Mendes-France, and onl) %  few years back Leon Blum was Prime Minister Anti-Semitism is nol absent from France either At the tune of the Nail Invasion, Leon Mandell was regarded as tbe strong man in the French cabinet He was called upon to save France "I could save France.'" he replied, "if my name were Beaumont instead of Man del We speak of anti Semitism. but really here there is involved something which perhaps la nol aflagrant as that It la milder prejudice a group feeling rather. 1 Unity of Lehman his choice possiita „; an dvtntag€ lf >( ,u """; nd> hi r t ( the %  German. In Boston, your political n in the earlier historj of th* M M mip „ r ,„ n country than toda) when there are I NCRACMeetto Discuss Bigotry In Km ploy me-, fcwishwotkrrwilTCZf "' conference ( ,( „ K SSI. on Tuesday, Nov i *' Nine rnunicipal, 'ui so many of them .ludah P. BenjaRev. Zynjrer Accredited Here Moishe Zynger was this qualified an I approved bj %  thi Gr< ater Miami Or\ Rabbit the Ril : K.i ah bj the lo R a b b ini te i will new M r %  mmu a Shot hel Born in Zamo .-•/. P iland he re(, ived hirt i us e d u c a lion trom the Yeshiva •e*. Zynger Shlomey KmuBS the fact that your parents came from Ireland. This prejudice or group feeling is not always -" deep-seated that it cannot be overcome Solomon L*vl tan running for State Treasurer in Wisconsin, capitalized on his Jewish de-cent "They say I am %  Jew .Hid very stingy," he would say to the voters, 'elect me I am stingy and I will save your monej you remember the story of the Jewish m.Tehant who was always serenaded bj some young h Hums with taunts of hi.lew ishness Whal did he do? He called the youngsters and told them he would pay them if they would stand in tront of histore every morning and -hout "Jew He paid them tor a week, then histopped. The kids said if he didn't pay them, they would stop calling at him. "All right, dont," said the Jewish merchant. In times of emergency, of course. Mrs Jacob Glassman (left), in charge of arrangements and Mrs Jules Charming, program chairman, ducuu Youth Looks at Our Community." a discussion to take place at the first regular meeting of the season of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood on Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 17, 1:15 p.m., in the Temple social hall. According to Mrs. Irving Cypen. president Judge Walter H. Beckham, of Dade County Juvenile Court, will be moderator. Panelists include Richard Stone, Ann Broad and Dawn Grossman, active members of local youth organofthetwe ployment agenda i the seven major missions. Th( t „ nf w ~ sented at the confer^* 1 ; sored by the committed ment discrimination otth,, al Community Kel at ,„ ns J Council Ixiuis Keinmark, of \ ( Conn., chairman of the t said that thiwould I* time that public agenciw"! with administering antitt tion laws and policies n tional conference wuh perls t,> discuss problem",, Jewish bias in employment The conference, Mr Pri said, grew out of one ol tail priority recommendations a j NCRAC joint program a| 1954. the most recent iraii series of such plans joWIyi ed by the national md lota] %  del compri-ini; thNCRAC, izations. Teachers Slate Annual Seminar Annual ing for tour other Tuesdays to fol Beach Soloier Assists In Holiday Operation A Miani Beach private I listing fnaplain .lc>>huaj.| in ini'atini; an operation i purr" M it will b,to 1 ; ,r>ls of homeless childrai p/rished families ol K rea Announced this week hi low. teacherwill gather at 8 p.m., ,,„/,, cininar of teachers in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami will be initiated on Sunday, Nov 14. at 12:30 p nv. when Jewfor two hour sessions to be heU i r.^^iatska a <"!*• %  to col ect ckOa on succeeding weekat lompiei* rael, Beth David, Bureau of ,1-wi-h r.ey in Israel During World War many pj^yjiieed people riae above II. he was interned in DP camps in Germany, Rev Zynger earn.to the I'nited Statein 1950. and since then has been associated with the Down town Synagogue here sen ices at the >>na 8 30 .' m will mark Rev. L %  %  11 aa Shu i i • i ,uo-i speaker will be FUbbi ; | • Rabbinati Rabbi \rn : 'lowntown Syi er, will introduce the fker Algiers Readies Two Floors for (.uild Market Week Handbagand COStUflM jewelry wll take the full spotlight on Sun 'lay. Nov 21 when the first South. it Market Week oi the Handbag and Jewelry <;uiid bowm at the Algiers hotel. The show and market week will run through Thursday. Nov. 25 According to its executive sec retary and show director. Jack Ross, this will be the first such showing in the southea-t Two entire floors of the Alrierwill be devoted to the exhibit. Rots added "Handbags and jewelry have been part of other overall fashion and market weeks, but this ilirst exhibit devoted entirely exclusively to these fashion accj .-one" Ho-s.,id. "The trc doiigrowth of this industry,.,.,,. rants such a market week tration." ,alar a Sernnd I %  Cotbaii Tou Are There I Willy I'l.rllMK An her i unnil'U;lrnn I aajki' s'h?H2l SIMON W01F Noted Yiddish Actor and Playwrioht i 6 00 nfe IV|,nrtinent 9 10 \\ ,-.,!r,ri man S15 Ja, %  „f All Sporta •'30 Doua Kd*rd 'i R, ni.l> Re|,uil|iiK I V I N I N G l„ine Kanaer Jack ,„ia IVl I) • 00 \' •lit S:30 ,;... v .... • *i Ho mo Worhahop • 00 PVinioui Playhouac Tv... f,,r Bono) \^ %  >


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^wiislti-IEIIiDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [UMF 28 Number 45 PRICE: TEN CENTS tfion Roundup 10 Jewish Senators, Eleven Representatives Win Seats in Congress fcrllNGTON I.ITA) — Two Ihe Jewish faith will limultaneously in the United lor the first time in ^ a result of the eleetion {hard 1 Neuberger in OreNeuberger. a 41 year-old ithority on water-powLlopmcnt, won election after tr campaign marked by anti|r appeals. He is the first ]„ represent Oregon in the since Joseph Simon's term in 194:t and the first Demoi to the I'pper House i in 40 years. He has J er of the Oregon ISenate since 1948. last lime two Jews served in slj in the U.S. Senate 1912 when Simon Guggen [ irado, and laador Rayti Maryland, occupied scats ppi r House, N'eubcrger's election gave i:iini : %  %  ;:; Senate seats in ith Congress and enabled the I aniie the Senate. The it organize the House l lives Hep. Kmanuel HI New York, is scheduled bine chairmanship of the impi House Judiciary Commit Itli'' capital, Mr. Neuberger ID; n Sin Herbert H. Lehman York and 11 Jewish membi ill. House of Represents* (all oi them Democrats. For si lime in several years there no Jewish Republican memthe House. Rep. Jacob K. L New York Republican, did fn Inr Congress this year but pected attorney General of 'oik successful Jewish congrescandidates in addition to teller are lister Holtzman, lam .1 Mutter, Arthur <. Irum I) Davidson, Herbert Sidney A. Fine and IsiPollinger, all of New York: I R Yates, Chicago; Samuel Bedel, Baltimore; and F.arl }U. Philadelphia. pew York, in addition to Rep. I. Col Arthur Levitt was elect1 stair oflice. A.Democrat, he |lected Controller. Ponnecticut, where Abraham tocoff. a Democrat, was electDvcrnor — the first time a las ever won that post in the ... history of the state Mrs Mildred Pomeranti Allen a Republican, was elected Secretary ol State, Mrs. Allen, wife of the retiring Lieutenant Governor, is the mother of two children and is known as a civic worker and musician. A feature of the Neuberger campaign in Oregon was the fact that Mrs. Neuberger. a member of the State House ol Representatives, campaigned alongside her husband. seeking election to the State Sen ate. She won with pluralities exIsrael Foe Collapses At Security Council Suez Canal Debate Egyptian Spokesman Azmi Dies After Falling into Brief Coma Imanuel Cttter House committee chairman By DAVID HOROWITZ AJP UNITED N.iON.. The angel of death visited the L'N Wednesday afternoon — the first time in its nine-year history — and wrote off the book oi life Mahmoud Azmi. Egyptian spokesman, a descendant eeeding those given her husband in the Republicans." The writer add-j f ,h <' Pharaohs, as he was attack ,his campaign. e d that "Israel diplomacy has clearin 8 Israel. The scene was the SeOverseas. the election was closelv calculated that it has a better curlty Council where the eleven ly watched for indications ol new chance of attaining its objectives members, seated around the horseinfluence on tinted States foreign Ir > h( United States with a Demoshoe table, had previously, in the I policy but observers here generally cratlc Party rule than with a Remorning session, heard Ambassa, agreed that the broad outlines of publican Party rule'' American policy would not be He added that "Tel Aviv dors jchanged by the election results. It not reali/.e that American interests Was believed, however, that Secrehave dictated a new approach in I tary of State John Foster Dulles the Middle East regardless of the may now give greater heed to oh election, it is this fact that oxIjections to his policy of arming the plain, the powerful Israeli propa' Arab States ganda campaign which has been In a preelection survey. Frederoccurring recently anil winch ick Kuh, Washington correspondent of the Chicago Sun TimeI \ pressed belief that the election could make a difference in Middle East policy. "Under Secretary of State Dulles' guidance," the correspondent reported, "IS. support for the Arabs is generally considered to have grown. A private quip inside the Sta'e Department goes like Continued on Page 3 A dor Abba Eban plead Israel's cause and complain against the filibustering and delaying tactics of the Egyptians in the Israel-Egypt Mixed Armistice Commission over the Bat Galim incident. They also heard Egypt's. Azmi denounce Eban and his people. "The picture painted by Mr. Eban," he said, "has a background, the true colors of which are perhaps Big Three to be Bound by Treaty, Sir Anthony Says LONDON (JTA) — Israel was to terms of the recent Anglo-Egyptian seek further clarification this week agreement on the Suez Canal which IhTs^The AdmTnistVaUon's policy I of Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony guaranteed British military aid to ,s to give the Arabs arms sufflciEden's statement that the terms of Kgypt in the event of aggression ent tO fight Russia but not Israel the Tripartite Declaration of 1950 from the outside "excluded any "If the Democrats gain control obligate its signatories, including possibility of British a.d to Egypt of the legislature." Kuh quoted. Britain, to come to Israel's aid in '• %  they would he likely to try to the event it is attacked by the induce Dulles to pull back some Arab stales :\ what from what is regarded as a pro-Arab line." A pre-election analysis by C. L. Sulzgerger. published in the New York Times, asserted that "Zionist influence has been applied against Press Time Roundup Addressing himself to Labor critics. Sir Anthony insisted that the Tripartite Declaration had been underestimated and was in fact j ever saidI regarding support of Is 1 rael in the event it is a victim ot against Israel. Sir Anthonys statement, winding up a debate in the House of Commons on Britain's Middle Fast policy, went much farther than anything the British Government had •extremely far-reaching" in its guarantees. He asserted that the BULLETINS irwr-mM <1TA) The United States and Egypt have signed statements of the Foreign S "",'.,, „.,.._. S40000000 in economic aid this year, it tan and Minister of State Ant ? ment to give Egypt S4U.uuu.oii Nutting, who opened the debal nunced late Wednesday in lano. „,.„,_,„. „,„ rp taHht-c WASHINGTON an agree was announced late aggression, it is the strongest interpretation of the declaration yet made by any responsible minister of the governments of any of the signatory powers, the United States and France, as well as Britain. Observers here commented that th? expressions of friendship for Israel which were so evident in the SecreAnlhony debate for lb government, were forthcoming because of the quite evident symSTOCKHOLM (WNS^A German-born .fewisl seientist who.sought and found refuge in England ,n his High, from Httter^PjofeW I Born, was named here as co-winner of the Nobel Pr.ze in Physics. government supporters, as well as among the Laborites and Liberals. They noted that the government's neral se an laboraI somewhat obscured by the dullness of the weather with which we are today being favored." It was Ddeed a dark and gloomy day. *rmi, moreover, let it be known that, as regards the Suez Canal. "Egypt is compelled to differentiate between vessels belonging to maritime powers and vessels belonging to Israel. "Two absolutely opposite kinds of treatment are involved." he empha-ized. On the question of "war and peace" wi'h Israel. Azmi said: "No war, no peace." adding, "in the present situation, you may be sure We shall not make war. but at the came time we say. no peace." Then, as was suspected, Charles Malik of Lebanon took the floor supporting Azmi while ridiculing and criticizing Eban Again he had Ihe last word. During'the lunch hour. Azmi was seen in the UN corridors holding private meetings with other Arab delegates planning maneuvers for the afternoon meeting. Heavy clouds still hung ominously over a gloomy New York as the Security Council reconvened at li 1 p.m Dag Hammarskjold was in his seat next to Council President for November, M. Henri Hoppenot of France, Seated in the section reserved for observers, was the enlire Israeli delegation: Izhar Harari. David HaCohen. Michael Comay. Maurice Fisher. Mordecai Kidron. Arthur Liveran and Zena Harman. Dr. Moshe Tov sat with Abba Eban at the Council table. The chamber, however, was conspicuous by the absence of both Vishinsky and Ambassador Lodge. Hoppenot. stating that Mr. Eban had expressed a wish to speak again briefly, himself spoke in behalf of the French delegation for several minutes. He "was surprised to hear the representative of Egypt telling us that Israel had been given provocation by sending vessels to the Suez Canal." especially after Azmi himself, at the meeting of Oct. 14, "took pains to stress Ihe atmosphere of cordiality, even festivity, in which the vessel was greeted by the Egyptian authorities who had wished the members of the crew a Happy New Year." Hoppenot was followed by Ambassador Eban who replied to Malik's attacks, and then Azmi. who appeared his usual self, was given the floor. Opening his remarks bytaking objection to Hoppenot's reference to his statement on the cordial welcome given the Israel vessel, he complained: "I should like to stress that when I spoke of the warm welcome accorded the S.S. Bat Galim, I was only using terms which appeared in the letter from the representative of Israel. The Continued on Page b A at the President's office heron Itiday BenZvi at the presiaeni !" < ^ ... ,, .. OMVBIV criticizing the manner in which John faster Owllei • • "heed to •k r cti*i leadi border the United Nations Truce Supervis I a Danish newspaper that it •eemed "more organized" by Israelis than by Arabs again he maintained that there was no hope of bringing the IsraelArab conflict to a peaceful settle meat unless the Anglo-Egyptian agreement, on which he staked the |^ oncert s, age that the Palestine trouble hopes of a general Middle East im-l Cooking Global Shorts This Week's Issue At the UN : l ooks Iprovcment, proved successful. Hollywood Mindlin Sports Tercentenary Washington Scene



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1. NQVEM BER 13. 19S4 Us^btlkrkUan PAGE 5 A ,,-^f. Voiced Atlantan Heads 1955*8 CJA Drive m Heiman: Profile of Success iking big Planing big — lL it in a qi** w y ls L description of the man L recently chosen to head L combined Jewish Appeal Tier Mian" way up I fnrimil:i which has proven blieil -nearly 100 percent of [or S.i'ii .1 Heiman, promfcami businessman who has |ere since 1925 and has t his community grow. %  confident the same philoshim through when lo the big CJA camunder way shortly i million dollars for Bieeds w ha recall Heiman i ar-1 .,. from Atlanta in the ear(and who have watched him ,,-. the plan will work. hds insist this is so because Lbbom aboul having things kht say "Sam has the magic that turns adversity into adnn-lorttine into manna. L, [-here's nothing mag|,,j hard work, he'll tell you. ibstitution for deep nation opened his first -hment nearly 25 i. he knew what it meant around the clock — just it,,,.. • lards of customer "Thinking big — planning big — then doing it in a guiet way," is Sam Heiman's success formula. Here he welcomes Arthur Godfrey on the occasion of the latter's appearance here during the 1954 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. tion by working his "through the ranks." He insists that the key individual in any campaign is not the general chairman but the volunteer worker — the man in the street who gives time, energy and iunds to CJA, Without these thousands of devoted people, many in need would suffer, agency's services would be curtailed — the drive could not succeed. His two-term successes as chairman of CIA's big Business and ProIt lional Division — his many years of service with the board of governors and major committees and his record of accomplishment liety of vital causes — have given Heiman the experience and .inKnow how to direct a winning team His wife Shirley, whose amateur goli scores nave won her repeated mentj ins on sports pages of local newspapers, also understands the mef.ning Of "training for the big one." In sports, as in life, a man should lie in constant preparation in training, if you please — for the one big job when it comes along, Mrs. Heiman says. She knows Sam will "Eat Breathe-and-Live" CJA and Shirley Heiman maintain their home, their's a neighbor who will be seeing a great deal of the Heimans. He's Stanley C. Myers, on of the founders of Federation in 1938 and its president this year. "There'll he plenty of midnight oil burned at these two homes in the weeks ahead." said Shirley, with a sigh. It may well be that Heiman's formula of "thinking big — planning big then doing if will once nn.it score a victory for CJA and the people who need help. Time and the inspired devotion of Heiman "> CJA volunteers — will tell. Prejudice is Topic Of Film Forum Mrs William Lindner, chairman of the Miami discussion group of the National Council of Jewish Women, this week announced that a discussion will be held on "So You Think You're Free From Prejudice" Nov. 17. 8 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jewish Education. The discussion will be introduced by the showing of a film, "High Wall." This will be followed by a panel On these trips Heiman is ever ers of the community, seated there \ e d. for the next few months. "That's | ( ., ms j stinK „[ r) r Seymour Blumenthe way he does things," she smilj na | psychologist. Dr. Don Michelmindful of his friends. A steady stream of notes, postcards and hundreds of thoughtful souvenirs flow into Miami from all over the southern states as he goeabout his chores Mis close friends will tell you that, to their knowledge. Sam Ilei man has no hobbies except making friendand helping people. And men like Judge George Holt and Judge Vincent Giblin who know him well say it's a life time task to which Sam has dedicated himself Other community leaderin the fields of finance, welfare, government and education who are cioae to the quiet spoken Atlantan agree with this opinion. And they all admire him for it Extent to which the Greater Miami community holds him in esteem was demonstrated at the re|, manv friends who hi back in the said, "Sam would w<*hou! stoooinc. Blower, catch a few hours' %  cot the rear of his ofI rolling again." IT business associate laid: [it X houi a day on a little It was amazing. |y \ hours because it was a how long he slept, or if rn for people has given Heiman M and understand cent meeting of Federation s execunblems He wants "w committee. 88 representatives of scoreof clubs and agencies, to rally to the big job ahead The audience response left no doubt with anyone their hands were outstretched in a pledge of firm cooperation And it was .i climax in achieve ment for the unassuming man with the Southern drawl who had attained the highest post in FederaOut in Coral Gables, where Sam Member Drive Ends Flagler-Oranada Jewish Community (.'enter will climax its membership drive with an open house party at the (enter on Sunday evening. Nov. 14. An original skit. The Center Receives a Guest." will be prese nt ed. : son. University of Miami professor, and Miss Marie Roberts, teachler at Booker T. Washington High I School, discussing the motion picture The Rev. Edward Ullrich will moderate. Dade County Council on Community Relationhacooperated with the Miami discussion group of I Council in helping lo arrange the program. ii It was here that the 1958 cam paign chairman would be selected. Aaron M K. mner. last year's chairman and a life long friend, introduced the candidate A wave of spontaneous applause greeted mention ot Heiman's name, even as several people were calling tor unanimous approval of the nomination. Kanner anil Heiman clasped hands briefly. Then the new chairman made hiacceptance speech, It w.ishort, sincere, moving Some said they had never heard him speak so emotionally, so much "from the heart He pledged lo devote himself to the cause of help ing others through the Combined Jewish Appeal. He urged the lead Federation Meeting Scheduled Tuesday Sam J, Heiman. chairman of the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-1 paign. will make his first official ; appearance b e f o r e members of ible. With his broth-1 Federation's board of governors al its meeting Tuesday evening. Nov. 16. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bureau of Jew-1 i.sh Education It is expected that Heiman will outline some of the action plans developed by the campaign com mitlee. He will describe the "informal institute" plan which is proving SO successful in the recruitment program to enroll young business executives in the work of Federation. ntinuing a sentence or', Also |Md on]the tartl *as looking over the ver%  g"*""" agenda Ns 11 H a J hpon rn the Oct. 14 meetN" """ft 'JSflL Jf re* ^nlj becne silent. He community and formula tion ol re In. h.. n .i ... .. -.-:. -Commendations on coping witn mis re's someone in wants to help red-tape, fanfare |i ible delay. %  l it things done" |I!IIL; which tired | lodge to donate I'd to their Blood I oi the man in the It he little businessman, In brought Sam into iboul 15 years ago. hied this waj It .leaning establish lere threatened with a lTor Irenie Court ruling which np'i-e unfair price ceilings Iper tree competition in the when the cause seemed to ne iily lostit was I'" h made the trip to I tnnn the Supreme 'Id I the case for Dade businessmen. lat believer In good will and leacv nt proper public re[he never fails to maintain Union touch wherever and er pos ami business partner, Al Itein, Ihey direct the work One Hour Valet Miami then make the rounds of ate-, supervising the operathe 33 offices in 23 cities. >ies of United Nations Ntinued from Pag* 1 A I I %  -entative has express* at I he change of our ommendati< The board will, in addition, review, discuss and take actTcMMigS tta recommendations made by ZSSTwT&Z the executive committee at ItInhand for a glass of *'k a sip, slumped forward P rob lapsed in his seat. 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1Y wnVEMBER 12. 19S4 JZJarisiifhrtdtori [Rabbi Returns After Seven Years III PAGE 9 A A fc>, rtofh Go/dschm/d"f fo Address Dade lawyers Hon. Robert L, Floyd, Dade County Circuit Judge-Elect, will introduce Miss Kuth Goldschmidt, director of Public Affairs of the Consulate General of Israel in NewYork, when she addresses the Dade County Bar Association at its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 15. 12:15 p.m., at the Columbus hotel. Miss Goldschmidt will discuss "Democracy in the Middle I The address will be the first in a number of appearances which have been arranged by the Zionist Council of South Florida for Miss Goldschmidt's visit to the Greater Miami community during the period November 14 to 21. The Greater Miami Jewish community is invited to hear Miss Goldschmidt deliver a first-hand report on current developments in Israel on the night of Monday. Nov. 15, 8 p.m.. in a meeting to be held at the Lear School auditorium. 1010 We>t ave. Maurice Survic, chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Mrs. H. C. Moser and Mrs. George M. Cohen are coordinating the plans lor Mi" Goldschmidt's visit to the Greater Miami community. JTZ SA'AD Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of T lunch with members of this young farm vil be settled by young orthodox Israelites, is Ionian was told. The night before his vis libbutz and stole a quantity of irrigation pi (ie with an indelible impression," the Rab economy, a unified nation and a healthy assisted the spiritual leader and his wife ent leaders here. emple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Lehrlage near the Egyptian border in Israel. The five years old and is developing rapidly, Rabit, Arab marauders from the Gaza strip entered pes. "The dynamic spirit of the people here has bl said before leaving. "They are creating a youth, in one historic operation State of Israel in a series of interviews with religious and govAVIY Seven years ago, Jewish Appeal, drove to the Kaete .initiative which helped spark the Irving Lehrman, of Temple iv.\ stepped off a plane at lairpnrt in Israel on the hisleol thi United Nations retproclaming a Jewish State %  tine. Lydda airport, he and oth^bcrnf a special delegation email Jewish leaders touripe "ii behalf of the United Dan hotel here and witnessed the joyous street celebrations which greeted the news of partition. Last week, Kabbi Lehrman was back a", the Dan hotel, the giant big brother of the Kaete Dan. where seven years ago he and other Jewish leaders temporarily resided. No one was more welcome than Rabbi Lehrman. for it was his BkL. MI^F^B i^^ §> LJIAVB H %  if' r "T %  Si ii w imagination of outstanding Miami Beach financiers to lend a hand to the tiny Kaete Dan so that construction of the vast Dan hotel, today Israel's most luxurious, could move ahead. The interesting reunion of Rabbi and Mrs lehrman with the Dan was one highlight of an intensive two week inspection of Israel undertaken by the couple. Meeting with religious a*id governmental leaders. Rabbi Lehrman covered die entire country. American .leu-." Rabbi Lehrman said here, "have played a very important role in hastening the industrial development ol Israel. : What motivates the constant flow 'of assistance," he continued, "is a -en-' ni brotherhood for the Jews | of Israel." According to Rabbi Lehrman, despite :li.many economic problems which beset the Jewish state, the country has made "tremendous strides in the seven years since my I last trip." He expressed the belief that the coming seven years iii find Israel well on the way to economic self-sufficiency. Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman are making the trip to Israel and Europe as the result of a gift from members of Temple Emanu-El to mark his tenth anniversary in the congregation's pulpit. i 11 Ked this week was the Marseilles hotel's new kosher law supervision. Abe Gefter, managing director, rethat the ocean front hotel, at 1741 Collins ave, will be [used by Rabbi Moses Meschelofl. A full time Mash"'11 be on duty daily from the opening to the closinq of Chen. Gefter also revealed that religious services will da 'ly in the Marseilles' private synagogue. Drewich Elected To Sixth Term II. M. Drewich was this week re1 elected president of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Drewich assumes the post fur a sixth term. Other officers named at an election meeting were Dave Kleber, vice president; Samuel liouclbaum, second vice president; Ben Sokoloff. treasurer Mrs Jack W. Persoff, correspondipg secretary; Mrs. Fdward Becker, recording secretarj. and MrJoseph Schwadron, financial gecretarj Named to the board of directors are Edward Becker, Mrs Nathan Coulton, Isaac Goldman, Mr-. Dave Kleber, Mrs Sophie Moss. Jack W. Persoff, Jacob Raubfogel. Joseph Rutansky, Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, Mrs Ben Sokoloft Alex Stahl. Milton Wcincr and Samuel I) Winn. First regular meeting of the season will be held Wednesday evening. Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. New Plan for Adult Courses A new plan for organized Adult Jewish education in the Jewish community of Greater Miami has been formulated by a joint committee of the Rabbinical Association and Bureau of Jewish Education, consisting of Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Morris Skop and Jonah Caplan and Jerome Cordon, educational director of Beth David Congregation and Herbert Berger, and Louis Schwartzman, Bureau executives. The plan calls for the stimulation of adult studies in all Jewish congregations and organizations under standards and regulations set up by the joint committee. These standards outline suggested subjects for area of subject matter, length of course, texts and references. A special community certificate of completion would be awarded to all students who satisfactorily complete the courses which meet these standards. The plan further calls for the granting of tw" cred its for each ten hours of instruction and a special diploma tor those bii have accumulated 20 credits. The plan recommendinformal home classes, awell .,formal clas.-es in all of the school-. Both the certificate of completion and the diploma will be a community award m recognition ot satisfactorj completion of recognized courses The plan further outlines the be ginnings of a college of Jewish -tu dieto be initiated this year at the Bureau of Jewish Education building where a few advanced courses will be offered to qualified advanced students. Harold Thurman, chairman of the adult education committee of the Bureau, expressed the hope that the plan will be put in opera tion in November, 1954. and that all congregations will take advan tags of the services of the Bureau which offers assistance in outlin ing courses and standards therefor. Agudath Israel Elects Smith Isaac S. Smith, civic leader of Baltimore and Miami Beach, uathiweek named president of A.udath Israel Hebrew Institute. Others elected at a meeting held al 7H01 Carlyle ave include Murray Rosenberg. Jacob M. Berger, Max Gutmann and Dr. Jack B. Ro-enthal. vice presidents; Harry Cammer, treasurer: Em rich W( financial secretary; Benjamin S. Pearlman, recording secretary; and Hertz Weiss, honorary president. Gabaim include Mo-he Sterling and Hyman Cohen. Constituting the board of directors will be Morris Babok. Max Blaser. Abraham Ehrenreich. Milton Ehrenreich. Al Erank. Henry Croudan. I.ouis Greenfield, Bernard K a u fman, Emanuel Lebowitz. Louis Langwald. David Lapnf. Eol Libert, Leonard Miller. William Mo-h. i. Harry November. Mitchell Reiner. David Rosner, Ben Tuck, David Whitman. Honorary national directors are Benjamin Benkovitz, Chattanooga; IC Bruder. East Cleveland: Max Cantor, Pittsburgh; Isidor Chaplik, Chicago; Hyman Cohen. Chicago; William Ewgenbaum, Brooklyn; Harry Goldberg. Brooklyn; I.-i lor Haber, I-ong Island: Harry Jackin, New York; Joseph Krivcher. Memphis; Isadore Malina. New York; Ivan Salomon. New York: Israel Silberman. Long Island City; and Ben F. Silzerstein, Columbus. Smith is currently president of the Miami Beach Baltimore Eriend-hlp Club and is former president of Anshe Sholom Congregation in Baltimore. He is a member of B'nai B'rith, Mizrachi Organization. Masons. American Jewish Congress and is chairman of the board and chairman of the building committee of the Eree Bureau Organization of Baltimore. Wise Hadassah Slates Functions Monday. Nov. 15. 12:30 p.m., is the next regular meeting date for the Stephen S. Wise Group of Ha das&ah at the Biltmore Terrace hotel. Presentation of the skit, "Double Vision, ischeduled and features Deele Solovc. Hannah I.. n irr. Certnide Sternfield. Eran Ear bus, Mae Levantin and Helen Zuck erbraum. Stephen S. Wise movie theatre party at the Carib, presenting "Carmen Jones." is" slated for Nov. 17. Mrs. Sam Bryman and Mrs. Dan Sternfield are in charge of reservations. ADL Cooperates With Education Week Observance The Florida Regional Office ot" the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is cooperating with the National Education Association in the celebration of American Education Week, November 7 to 13, it habeen announced by Gilbert .1. Balkin. Florida ADL director. A special program service bulletin which lists suggestions lor materials for use during American Education Week and which includes pamphlets, book-, recordings, films and filmstrips available for schools in Florida may be ob tained from the Florida Regional Office of the ADLMiami Housewife Wins Scholarship MrSylvia V. Bosenbaum, 6410 SW 16th -t habeen awarded a scholarship for graduate study in medical social work under an educational program of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. A. J. Cleary. chairman of the Dade County Chapter, said Miss Rosenbaum is one of eight re.-itents of Florida to take part in the program. She is studying at Wa-hngton University, St. Louis.



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PAGE 6 B ^-JewlstntrkUim FRIDAY. Timed to Appear as Invitation in Miami on Friday 'Brandeis Bookworm* Unveiled By Energetic Woman L ea 'n "Id barn. The TOO women of Miami's >:roup have joined some 40.000 women throughout the nation to help the librarj gn • and to achi. ve tin stature so gar) for a burgeoning universit) A i b) mm %  program • I the local chapter is Ih Brandt is • lch will i' circulati ,mt the I th up-to-dal formal librarj di ill) Editor "l ih e is Mi : i \K 31sl -t who joint d •' M -. %  > A graduati '• shstic %  Mrs. •. Hall in conjuni Hank krit) din I • • ture writer on The NewFree Press ill h ,, f n f / and later held a similar position with the BtafI ol The Birmingham Post „ • Branded Book Worm' il necessity for US. Mr(Irani explained, what with the chapter sholdnl] two meetings a year Our members simply ()nn -, .ih information about the National n •',, pn-gram In line With thil need. MrGrant explained that Worm" will also sensitixe the cornhe immediate needol 'he youth..librarj Tbt energetic editor I |is| o| i hers, ..well as I recipients ol book fund* ir fir-t Life Mi mbi r was MrSaul Goldatrom. .1 her ft.th birtbda) Aa .. .,, ,.. hav< since enlarged our • ... Membersl • i lo 112 Feu people here explained Granl :--i edition ol the magazine will fourhistory. This iOur Story, b) MrMorris i: irk chairman ol Miami ( hapter publicity; %  messrom Dr Abram Sacher, Brandeis president; cur : ews from the Walth pus "Brandeis Briefs and an articli "Wi have Grown Up." con iribui Mrs Ginsburg MrGrant explained thai the iir-t edition Will I"' f Prida) • %  Ill invitation for the Nov. 19 meeting at the Sea ble, scheduled to be „a by Joseph F. Kauffman. administrative *W. Dr. Sachar. a, Mam^ •Our frontispiece." she said, '-incorttrata ture of book-laden cheer leadersitu^,? 1 two goal posts. The football motif Te J "" our teamwork and the scope of our ambit,,, ?S the library is concerned" n ^ Urj According to Mrs. Grant, the hhrarv MOM 100.000 volumes on a variet) o| Z,?"" *< is already the recipient of some SI 000,000 National Committee. But much more incU* "ti <-i„; I M this, she said, can be acquired thi ,u E h th Of Miamiwomen -To ilgll u ,, w m the meeting, we plan a giant volume where women ma\ place their i Instead of %  guest book, will signify to ..-sure .the library's co Assisting Mr( Irani with Worn" are the ftfesdames Mori B Glaaser and Phillip Lefkowiti along with MrGrant 700 women bent on assuring thi c utinuii ment of their prop i I I eat June, Miami delegatein ., Natiootlf tnHtee gathsning M Waltham, led \| ; -., the dedication ol the hhr u their dream la not yet fulfilled (lur ach in terms of time," say local leaders. "i great achievement in terms of need must 40,000 Gainfully Employed in Fields Directly Related to Jewish Actim By BORIS SMOLAR COMMUNITY TRENDS: h ol 'Jew ishni -it the t nited States Thi gip Ihropu ...i instital i >ns an I orl %  h bout in IHHI • 29 year Thi N tional re Is | roi r 40 n i '. in \ %  Jev ish cor' munal n acuti shortagi ol Meadmaster Major Nat Pollack greets Steven Sail 1 rrive to attend classes at 120-1 West The fit twins to be enrolled, they are the Sunset Island No 3. who ranks de:s and financiers in the South. Mr. i pie ted a record-breaking housing project ty of Baltimore, which measures four miles in .. rival here, Steven and Gail attended outg schools in the country. At Oxford, they will receive an ccademic education. Steven will also take a full sports program, including tennis and horseback riding. Gail will accept as her specialti) and ciufts, home economics and music. Posner ha? taken the famous Jane Fisher home for the vear and plans to make Miam; Beach his permanent resi rice. Study Reveals Nervous Climate in Rapid Hunt for Subversives Continued from Page 1 B difficult to ii n i tional li it,' i i I Id.-II .11 '' I i;>ed Furthermore, thi I : oroced i • I his ,i(stud] found that J ect to unfounded i ol pi rson %  group n %  ich happ\ leu of the indiffii ,lty with which the mu deal: spe th it ol identifying, in the I adequate objective en those to whom the measures it would not be hard to unnd if under -uch circumM. rent people developed different criteria." The implication being that "certain sections of the vi, ,n would • : lieally i led accu 1 li i extent tthan others I rtoni %  I in August 1883. at I • Monmouth Neu %  i let '. group wi • pended aMISpecti ecurrtj riski bj All und pliciti) avoid* d the use ol ti. lenii ini.st Apte Joins Agency R \\ Apte tinweek announced that be inow associated with \< k ernuui Insurance Agencj Im ad agent and is active in the business Apte at one time was part owner of the agenej and has ciated with Lao ticket lince IfftS lie is ,i i Miami -nice 1922. Civil Defense Events Slated \ \.,i led calendar ol ei\ il de NIII 15 ti elusive w iannounced I !>> .1 Newton Lummus tie I !' % %  !• %  ncil. i • i late mil deft nse i xpert arrived in Miami late tl to coi dm I Florida %  -• • Civil Defense St in coll iboi at ion with the I i Miami ,,t San Si bastian Hall for all da) -• ssioi t hn next week The op i ition and plannii the school has been ti indled bj th" Hade County Civil Defense Council ii,t harg< %  ; %  .IM I loi. la SI iti SI is the : i si one to hi held South and the third m the nation Two major event lo the public will be held In coi with thi Si h %  1 during thi week im Honda) evening Nw IS at K P m the I" al Civil l>, [< i... i ,., in cil will hoi l a public rail) at the • %  ; int) \udil %  : %  i %  '•ill include Bi ral John Burrou %  %  Divi %  i I mn I at %  %  B lean V. Women \, •.. ti I tens i 10 p.i cial workers, modern rabbis teachers and otherwho-e work requires .i good American education with Ji wish know k I he shortage is e peciall) fell in "K Jewish ei nters, as well ain %  he i ui which keep on trowing through ml the country r nical seminaries do not pi'".ide the •.im ded although it cost the community more to train a rabbi m these institutions %  %  •. I i iniient to tram i cadet al Wi -t Polnl Of the -mall numbi r of rabbis graduating yeat ly from the Jewish Theological Seminar) or Hebrew t nion I ol oi Yeahiva University, few are inclined to remain in tie iti A g |T Of thelD -eel. \, i positions w ith Zionist and .ti u -h or| 'TiTindespitt the (. 11 that thi income of '.in in thi Stati ii i r th ui thi il : iprltual lead %  Ii -Hi i religions According ublished this month bj the U.S. I r of O nimeree the ,i\ -, income oi Protestant Minis.' 900 %  ri ar \ young it ibhi iusl graduated from i Jewish theological school gets a starting udar) 10 yi ar in addition to in %  'm on i ci.it ing al mania bar-mitzvahs and funerekv Seme hat similar is the situation with Jewish social workers, since .lev* ish % %  ons u uall) paj high er salaries than Doo-Jewish p the) need people with a wish background, which inot ,,-> to (ind The poorest paid employee In American Jewish ionmuiii.il life ithe teacher. This explainM-h) practicalbsj the || thi Ji wish fiold. luati Ji AI-II ii "i rk publii The) prefer l her tl Institul tiviti of Ji daisn mij Us eil up b) 8O.000 from li il Ju \m, • Tifereth Israel Add Program Opens Adull fereth bi N rthideCi at B 30 %  tin first led Al-o ai this H meinlHi • n-&ti\ Sisterh H ;in p n man Gold •• in charge^ prof Tv lion of i | li 8 %  PfRSONAllZED SERVlCf "AT-MAiiey %  HW COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wretki Rebvilt Phones 3-2244, 2-6452 Szold Hadassah ''' %  • Siold Groui ol ll.,da•ah will start it [all discuss H the homi ol Mrs 1 reeman, 2054 Prairie ave on V-ei'n, da) Soy IT 12 ; t u ,, „, Mr hark Lee win plani Compate with wi other Body Repairs and Pa n'inj BO $*••*' the. COt**" ^'^V hi and fr.rtl fltfO* '.|-OU_ asssEl ttm t>



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k A y, NOVEMBER 12, 1954 *J^%istificric/£ar> PAGE 3 A ews Fare Well in Elections fcontinoed from P0 1 A L|, to .1 bet "n a Democratic pun victory %  Washington dispatch to the york l imes. published after Lections, noted that "both Zim (he I'mlcd States and Is|diplomata were distressed by Uread allegations that Israel's L,. to frustrate deliveries of arms to the Arabs had been Improperly intruded into thielection campaign. "The point was made that the timing of these efforts on behall of brae] was determined not bj the election but by the British decision to leave the Sue/, canal Zone and the United states decision to I arm the Arab-mmunity Chest Total Hits $454,541; .wntotwn Day' Set for Nov. 16 I,, i ounty's Community Chest Ljgn total hit S454.541 Tues„,•;;: percent ol the Riant goal 1225,000, ,iworkers from all .. divisions reported totals thus far in the 1955 drive. the Columbus hotel report %  eon, sponsored by Dade busihon over and above their gifts Chest drive, John Ring and j Moore, co-chairmen of the j %  > Division "A," reported a [ „f $380,056 for 69 percent of ; Mg Gifts Division's goal of Hi The total was only one point ahead of Division progress at this point in last I drive. HI chairman at Tuesj [report was B. B. "Ben" Ben: who reported a total of 92|ni raised by his team. Other Jn leaders included Edward ion, John Serbia and Philip ; Orovitz, reporting for Leon\ Wien, Miami Beach Chest I Inan. said Beach workers had 34 to date for 46 per' Di their quota — substantially of last year's total at this I report. |n reports lrom some 120 emcampaigns under way in County companies were ,lit Homer J. rfimball, chairlot thi Chest's Industry Divipction I which carries the r Share Plan Cam000 employees in 22 firms said all plant %  now under way. and • are due before the month. rth and Lon Worth h Irmen of the InSection II, also re few returns by com •it plan cami ompanies in s. ction inder way with their under the Share Plea, which .! local agencies of sh t< Manage Mister Hotel i Schine has announced Imenl of Richard N. er ol tin Mc \l'i ter N ish N turned his new du! %  %  i l Dayton, 0., Nash is marfathchilwho will him short!} 1 .1 Ml I. ill to the Mc ler a It e r executive -in iin the industry, ting his m 1920 at Anthony in San AnNash Tex he was most recently %  1 manager of the Mount and King Edward hotels in Jto. jer serving as a group intelli"fficer with the rank of 'n the 327th Fighter Bomber m England and France durforld War II, he became mandirector of the Adolphus ho1 DaHaa. &h is past president of the iJ'lvania. Montreal and Dallas Ass ociat ions and was execute president of the Montreal fntion and Tourist Bureau, also president for six years Pittsburgh Hotel Associa'd is currently a member of American Hotel Association, jreeters of America, the Chest, the American Red Cross and the I'SO in a single in plant so licitation once each year I. D. MacVicar, co-chairman of the Chest's Public Employees Divl sion. with E. B. I.eatherman. reported city, county. >t;i.and led eral governmental employees had all kicked off their campaigns and could be expected to make complete reports before the end of this month. Division "A" makes its third report of the 1955 Chest drive on Tuesday, Nov. 16, which the Chest has also scheduled as Downtown Day." when an army of more than 450 workers will cover over 1.000 small businesses in Miami's down town area and more than 2,000 employees in those businesses in behalf of the new Chest drive. The dispatch added that, "furthi rmore, it was said, the Zionist '" %  "Ireadj had strong bipartisan support, so that there was no ones tion of partisan intervention." Editorials in the New York ller%  M Tribune, on two succe ive d< alt with two of the outstanding Jewish personalitie oi '' election Governor-elect Ribicofl and Attorney General-elect Javits I he Republican new paper de cribed Hi i onnecticut Democrat's victorj as "a remarkable tribute %  his personal popularitj among Ins fellow citizens." It noted that 'he Connecticut campaign, "while hard fought, was among the cleanest in the nation." 01 Mr Javits, the New York daily mid: "Here is a Republican who convincingly snatched victor) from defeat, one who has demon itrated the rare knack of winning voto m large numbers even in Democratic territory ObvioUSl) he has lifted himself into a new and enhanced position in the party. He becomes a major figure in New York Republicanism. The voters have elected an Attorney General ol superior quality and the) have given a good man a chance "to win even larger triumphs in the future.'' Pictured at a recent Bonds for Israel dinner in the Hotel Plaza, New York City, held in honor of George Lederman (left), representative of New York shochtim's organization, were Joseph Burg (right), Minister of Post Offices, Post Roads and Communications in the State of Israel, and Malvin Englander, Miami Beach attorney who attended the function. Present were some 600 guests who bought over a quarter of a million dollars in Development Bonds. Tax Expert in Talk Victor Kber. chairman of the speakers' committee, Dade County Association of Certified Public Ac "H.AV the'\ew"fax Laws Affect countants, will be guest speaker at You.'' a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday. Nov. 16. 12 noon, at the Di Lido hotel. Eber's subject will be The world's greatest builder of V8's presents THE TOTALLY NEW 55 FORD! 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PAGE 10 A %  Jmiat thcrktiar FRIDAY Dr. Katsh Takes Top Role in Hebrew Studies gjg alone csj NEW YORK No man, perhaps, has done more for the advancement of the Stud) "1 Hebrew in Artier ican colleges and university than Abraham l Katsh, chairman ol the Department ol Hebrew Culture and Education and Curator ol the Ubrarj ol Judaica an ill New V irk Universitj Son ol .1 Pi tan Tikvah Rabbi, you sor KaUh ,led the piunei r wh 1 sel Ihe pact and ,,,! for Hebrew 1 ducation in l S High schools This writer, in the rch into tl 1 hislinked with an-1 drawn to Dr Katsh about ten yean 1 two vital!) important books ol his "Hebrew Contributions to \ ... 1 Hebraic Found* verican Dem The revi lations nl 1 d ii Ihese works, astounding the writer, con! him that Hebraic influences up->n our nation h.-\e been much el tocontinued, "that life hi dfq |a the most dynamic social and educational experiment m a* world in Israel, students get 1 microscopic flew ol humanity H< re %  re all the struggles and strivings 0| hi.ma.ul> Bl I Whole Her.', too, Is the most striking exampl< .1 ol world Dr. Abraham Katih resurgence ol faith in torn b) war and Ideological eon• Somehow the Workshops fdculn and -indent', com.' to feel that the world drama baa been ,1 onto this little stage, i, m yi 1 lartingl) nea coun thi ea tern hor< "' ""' : ranean." so, as tinwriter was sit ,..i chatting with the founder ,,1 (he %  •Workshop" In hlsi Ne* York l'niversit) Studj a sort ol Hebrew University" atmosphere, %  %  I iage 1 proposed world conclave of .Jewish tne f)|lU leaden as initialed hy Dr. Moshe Devil and Mordccai Kaplan an must be taken in its um versa! sense, namely, "rhe reatora tion ol thi prophetic teachings and vh, >uldau,i >UlM^u h An communities tod?] I ,' ; "blsktfdi and has Wo fc Salem 1 •Wes hi duties* JJ 'urnai, ."V h "-'"^ y, The Dr Katsh -poke of his recent visit '' '•'• hop to Israel with great fervor and enenl thai it thusiasm, but more particularly 10 the people carrying these prophetic each summei since ,, f hls ,-, ,,,r-i -— -iiii David Ben lenchings to their normalcy"' The Conuw GurionatSdeBoker "BenGurion.*' •'•"'• |l l 1 '' |s o,id-wide. but een W rksh of N< rnest 0 Melby. I u T~ZT".w tering around a "Holy of Holies"— Vork ty-s he -aid. "having gone back to the (hp rphorn S(a(< (if hf|je| ate edit : tional Sex lo £2 %  ** '"" "" Hebrew servrns ... „. h "' I %  "ih.r ,,f .k. Board .,1 the .i, Wl .J*< Ar| and Sciences ih,. Ass,,, the World Ini. Uon, World c Lan -' ; Utcni membei 1 the Literature and I Academj for Jewuk R late-t book. Judaism (Bloch I'uhlishing c w been hailed by therm unique and Kholsrh and "an important cos the understanding ler than Iusually %  r School ol Education stal soil, typifies the spirit ol the an [)r K () ^ ( xprf ,, s ,. (1 m view, ground ai %  Dr Katsh thi n Dr Katsh the author ol unique historical works, th%  : %  merits our special attention and I this Terci ntenary when we an 1 1 rating the 3(Kiih anniversarj "i Jewish • in the New 1 of the Puril ed A ir Dr Katsh n cognizing how 11, brew ism was rooted in American loundations and realiz iu tinbasic fact had almost rlooked b) led to do somi il, • -'it and, almost and for manj conducti il ne-n an 11 rcenten ary" cam] Tl not in \. Ni arlj twentj years ago, a) the initiative el I>! Katsh Nl W York t niversity began two non courses in modern Hebrew It took -. .,1 deal ol efl Dr Katsh told Ihe writer during an int< rview with him tinweek, "to indu l'niversit I inue cours in Hebn w e\ modifii 'I form: I h .ii as 1 tl a He • %  lulor the Hi I ich < \ ; Professoi K itsh 1 tinu 1 o.-ibli thi introduction of Hebrew subject in the 1 ol Edueati >n in 1931 and in I Hebrew Cull lishi %  : Katsl historii it Ne\ L'n sit) 1 ni %  I -i ovei em| hasized. It hasprea I ihiough 'l, wh tion Si \ enti w as not 1 sii universitj in the country that offered Hebrew as %  B modi n lagi ["oda> son %  Institutions teach it Seventeen yean ag 1 Hebri w %  now here found in an) language conference Today the Hebrew panel 1a fea ture ol such conferences held annually at New York University, Dr. Katsh revealed Seventeen years ago only -even schoolwere known to have accepted Hebrew as meeting the high school language requirement. Today more than 7000 teach it. Behind all this progress stands the name of Abraham I Katsh. whose outstanding achievements won him in 1952 the B'rith Abraham Gold Medal. But Dr. Katsh's restless Jewish spirit moved him to even wider spheres. In order to link the University's educational activities with those in Israel, he succeeded in 1949 in instituting an overseas "Workshop on the Life and Culture in Israel." Its purpose: to provide a selected group of students, teachers and community leaders from all parts of the world an opportunity to study the political, economic, educational, social and cultural institutions of the new State in their The Works* the mi di rn Isr u out four wallof an American class room riLiht into its natural • 6000 %  .,„> Crossing two i a continent, -tudents from nearl) ever) state ol the Union learn ni thiyoungest deicy in thi East, not from maps, but from the Hillol Galilee and the wastelands ol Ihe not from books, but from the people 'hi mselves it 1no ex ation to saj," I lean Uelb) cent Hebrew prophets They prac In l( n( ,|,. vvl> h Agency, permitting This is tin what thej preached This ],„.,,| Jewish communities to hail' Yeshlva student fna move by the first Prime Minister die their own affairs, should devote after receiving his • if Israel," I>r Katsh stressed, "constitutes one ol the greatest contributions anyone could make to the State" He indicated that Ben Gurion 1vitally interested in the more ol its energies towards the Dropsie College and opening up of doors for both Jews Princeton introduced: and non Jews t<> go to study in IAmerican hither edai ra. I and receive the "electrvmade the Unifl shock," as he called it. which the conscious." Sisterhood Marks Tercentenary 1 m Monday, Nov 15, at l p m Temple Israel Sisterhood, headed b) MrLeopold Schwartz, will h .id ii opening meet ing it Kap l„n Hill Mrs %  I l"'o gram chairman and a Sisterhood vice pn sidi nl has announci d thai Dr .'"-' I'b Nai 1 Israel's rabbi '•' %  ati r tenarj Committee, 1 1 -ei t lu I to 1:30 %  Mr\ %  The mu port ion ol thi afti r will be pio\ idi >t b) loj 1 and Mi I V dler, accompanist IlltOUlU-lllg Visiting Dentist Attends Convention lir Rose leiii ol Yoik. Pa al tended the national dental conven tion held lure No\ B to 11 Dr, Fi Id is school di i.i;-i ini the York Cit) -i hools. While here. she visiti 1 with her fatht 1 Me) r Stem. ,,inl -is ters, Mr Helen Stock and MrS I. Cohen MiCohen is president of the Israelite (.'enter sisterhood. Dr. ttii Mrs. Grossinqer Honored in New York NEW YORK Many famous pto pie. who have made their mark in the political, literary, theatrical, business, press and sports fields, were among the friends who honored Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, of Grossinger, N. Y.. Tuesday evening at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Proceeds of the $100a plate affair, which was given by the Jewish National Fund, will go to a convalescent home in Israel Eddie Cantor was honorary chairman of the event. George Jessel was toastmaster. 3 < IA o O u ID O O a. VI Due to the continual increase In demands for fine engraving we hove been forced to move to larger c-d more modere quarters to enable us to accommodate cur ci O ••• O 3 € n gra v i n g Company NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW PLANT 133 NORTHWEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET PHONE 84-5431 COMMERCIAL SOCIAL AND HOTEL ENGRAVING invitations wedding announc eme 1 *;



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L wnVEMBLR 12. 1954 eer Women to Install Officers, 1 Functions in Greater Miami Jonah K (apian, spiritual the invocation, and Mrs Jacob Rafl n f CtinKregation Kneselh Isfel will serve as tOUtauter %  ill be Ki"'- speaker at PioThe Histadrut Chorale, directed tVomen (lub s nstalla *' on ov Miss Rutn Brotman, with Mi.ss bn Sunday evening. Nov. 14, Olga Bihor Stern at the piano, will in the Cadillac hotel. sing Israeli songs. a i h.^hliRht of the evening Mrs Rubjn R(M am| Mrs y^ Mis Carol Diana Meyer are chairmen. Mrs. Bernard Kanrer and Mrs. Irwin Labbe. co-chairmen, announce that Kadimah's November P nry Seitlin. chairmap of dessert card party will take place j •ninj;. announces that Mrs. in Mrs. Labor's home. 2161 SW j %  ushukin, president of the 2 0th st Tuesday. Nov. 16. at 1pm' Miami Council of Pioneer i ::s:rsr.n"di yic.or st*.. A PPaat en w ho will serve club I m At Beaumont Concert Jewish nnr^.n PAGE 11 A eature L youM coloratura soprano, fill be accompanied at the her mother. Mrs. Phil NAME LAW ..•>TI< I. IS HEREBY (S1VBN thai wm ,.;,"" s ,rt "1 % %  • %  """>•• "' <>;ul.. ,„,nty. Mm Ida %  l/i:.'.,..-*, "r^ 1 -" '•' C OHBM N< >T4< • (esdames Louis Beckerman. L,. Essie Wilensky. Netty [and Eva l-eopold. vice presSophie Krantz. recording L Bertha Dernis, corren j secretary; Minnie Bauer, ,r Leah Notkin. financial Iry 1 Mesdames Sophie Krantz ira Wilensky. Moetzet Ha Essie Wilensky. Esther 'and Betty Shechter. child Ruili Kutz and Ida Morn K l /Stadlan and Anna .cultural; Henry Seitlin and Ki iz membership; Yetta nan and Ida Bickow, lunLeah Notkin, publicity; Rose I and Esther Oarber, and Leah Rosen ,.•' shi chter and Mania TaHsrael supplies. id man i~ opening h'"* (• : ; \W Vlh -t rd. to mem thi (lolda Myerson club on ky i IM ing Nov 13, 8 p.m., y Malka to honor Mr William Kreimer who arc c %  their golden wedding |sar\ : Kadimah members and bn their married daughters, i I i-icl. Mrs. Bernard pum and Mrs Melvin Gold. ticipate in the skit, "A \g," written by Rabbi Joseph HI l.ciAngeles, Calif., and rbj Mrs. Albert Shkoier, to Goldman and Mrs. Louis at ihi Kadimah Chapter's membership reception 1 evening. Nov. 18, 8:30 the Cadillac hotel. Irving Pearlburg will offer Auxiliary to Hospital Head Friedman, executive directhe Jewish Consumptives' K ety, tubercular and can%  pital at Denver, Colo., will %  I speaker of the Greater |J( its Auxiliary on WednesIning. Nov. 17. 9 p.m., at the K hotel, ff ment will be a musical Ifrein the Lorraine Maryln Mudhi. (airmen are Bertha Schalneulah Poncher and Zena (i. assisted by Rose Carrie, Offi nhutter, Adele Perez, Lefkoe, Peggy Goldblum, Orling, Myrtle Poncher, fet* and Rose Levey. Henrietta Schoenfeld is it "I the local group. Victor Stern, teacher of viola at the University of Miami School of Music, will be presented in recital at Beaumont Hall on Monday evening, Nov. 15. 8:30 p.m. Joseph Tarpley, secretary of the School of Music, will be at the piano. Since joining the faculty in 1952. I S'orn has appeared in numerous recitals and chamber music concerts anu has also served as principal vmlist in the symphony orchestra. Hi is a former pupil of William Primrose and was for several years violist with the National Symphony Orchestra. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF "J" „ J "P'CIMCIRCUIT ?N AND r2AK?r A c c, t l C 0UNTV FLORIDA. ," I"iv v.. IN,;, i.wonnr, N ,7407B \ s l:i:.\ I 11ER MAR Vu|\,; •r, 1%V$S 0F PUBLICATION"" T,,„,. *nsw< th. :. .,, ,,„ Plalntlfl ittoriicy, BEN K8HRN "II Reynold Hulldlag, Miami, Florida, and rn,. ,i„. original •''""•' %  "' uf the Clerk of tile i Ircult Com before the 1 1th da) of I....-,,, t.... |.,-.i. otherwise the !r.*J?"? n "' ,i 1 I'' 111 r Cnmiilalnl win he taken .. ronfeaned agalnHl i-ou. |t !J* t ** h '~ M >> ou i -s.i ill the %  %  f the Cli ik nf the I I '. % %  !• "ouni %  Hoi Ida, and a %  f your anw %  i mi tin I'la %  ey, .lc ISKPH l ISKNKH \NI'/.. KS(J it 1 I roln lloa li lildina, Mii-'l. M.I.I ,.n r I., for, the lull .l.-i .... I" 11 l.l'\Tlli:i!M AV. I:. 'A M u s I'I K'KINC, I ie|iutj i 'I. %  k NAME LAW !•: 18 HKKKBY GIVEN thai in. IIIMI..IHI;;I.-.I, .itsirins to enrar"< '"" Vr s un ,,r "" n'-IBloua nan*. „f -MIAMI BEACH LAUNDROMAT, at 14.18 Dn x.i Avenue, Miami Beach, ,.',','!'.!• M ,n da retlster Mid name ^. t c^%rkta (;,rCU,tCOUnor ii II..I ?TS 8HBNWB *THBR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEKEHY..OIVEN thai in.im. i.i. m,„.,i. dexlrina% %  enaajte In bualnera undar the flctltloua name of S.'.KOWHKI CtlNHTRI'CTlON. at ;i.| N w ...MI, Terrace, .Miami, horiaa, intend to reaiater uild name with the < lerk ..r the Circuit Hourt ..r Dade I ounty, Florida. KRANCEH ZCKOW8KI %  e. .,,• .„ EUGENE ZL'KOWKKI Kl.ltV STi i.\ I: Attorney for Zukowxkl Conatructlon II 11 -1 :• _'.i — i.' :i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the underahjned, deaTrini to engage in I.1I.MI.I..Sundei the fli tltloua name ..r M hRRY-GO-ROUND BAR and RESTAURANT, al Coral Gables, Florida, Intenda l glatei ~:.i.i name with Ihe Clerk "i the Circuit Court m Dade Count). I lot da li.Win KONHAUZER i IIAKI.KS GERTLER AH.. in. %  > f.,i David Konhauser li 12-19-n — IS :: LEGAL NOTICE Notice -'ufj^s* FiCTfVfe>Js NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN tint the iinii. iSIMM.-.I, deairina t.. .'iiKaae in business under the fictitious num. UlTTLE TIA.irANA OIKT8, ;.t N.K. 2nd Av.. Intenda to i-egwer %  • %  name with the clerk of ihe i'i. Court til Daile County, Florida. YKTTA IRENE KUTCHER (. BEN KSSK.N Attorne) f..r Appiirant II/i-lX-lt-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN i the und. i vinntil. deairina to i-iutaE. n bualneaa under tinflctltloua name* TRI-TONE HODIDAY STUDK'," TRI-TONE I'OLOIl and TKl-l'o COLt)R STUDIOS, at 26 Weatwui Drive, .Miami SprlnRs, intends 10 r--later said name arltn the Clerk ..i Circuit Court of Dade County, Fieri >. ADVIX 0LICI li I-12-lt-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engi business under the flctltloua name ..r IMM'ARL OK I'I.IIKIHA. al ll.'T.l N.I-:. 2nd .\\ enue Intend to n glati name ^s 111. the Clerk ..f the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida GE< 'It'll-: in i.;.\N_-,n-, JAMES CARLS! iN % %  •• Rl iBBRT .1 LEWIS! IN, ESQ. Attorney foi Bocarl of Florlila -"I Blai BJ n. Iil.lu Miami S2, I la, II 12-10-26 12 :; Dade Sisterhood Irhmid of the North Dade (Vnter will hold its reguIthly luncheon on Wednesfj 17. 12 noon, at the CeniKiim-s party will follow the Dn "hairmen are Mrs. B. and Mrs. A. Rosenberg. Scroll honoring Hank Meyer was presented to the Miami Beach director of publicity at a recent luncheon in the Delano hotel by local representatives of magazines and newspapers in all parts of the nation. The scroll lauds Meyer for his "sympathetic understanding and unflagging interest on behalf of the men who are Miami Beach advertising representatives of the nation's newspapers." The genial publicist is also commended because he "preaches and practices the truest form of good public relations." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174124 ROBERT I. SKI. I. IITZ. I'lalnllff, IRENE SELLTITZ, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO IRENE HELLTITZ 17m' I'.ilm. I!.. Mi. • llr.K.klvn. New Y.rk. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIKIED lhal a Dill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed aaainat you b> ROBERT l. SELLTITZ, and you are required i.. aerve a copy "f your anawer to the Hill ..f Complain! on Plaintiff! attorney, MILTON II RICHMOND, One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of Hie Clreull Courl on r Is-for.ih.13th da) of December, IBM, or a Decree I'm Confeaao will I".-nl.i i d MilHins! you. DATED al Miami. Florida, lliis Imli day of November, ':i:.t. Clerk of thiClreull Court K H I.KATllKlt.MAN. Dade Count v. Florida B) : 1!. H RICE, .lit. (Seal) Deputy cl.-ik 11 1I-19-I — 11 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the underali I, deairina to engage In buaineaa under ill-' flctltloua name "i ARTISTIC hlsi'l.AY SERVICE, at 1120 N.W (3rd Street, Miami. Florida, intenda to register said name with the Clerk "f Ihe Clreull Court of Dade County, Florida. .MIAMI CROWN DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Ii\ : K 11 Roat, Prealdenl l li. Baucom Treaaurer I MYERS, HKIMAN & K VPLAN AH., i in % for Mi. inn Crown I ilatributora, Inc. He! bold Bldg., .Miami. I-'la. II I2-1D-36 — 12 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVEN i he mill. : algned deairing i • i. Ini -i.n.l. i the fi. titi..a. name of NAL'TILPS SCNDRIES SHOP, ill illlna Avenue, Miami Bi i Ilorlilu, im,. ml to Li-i, i aald name with the i 'lei k of Hi.. • DUI I of D.nl. I 'nunl I I. MEYER I. MfHTRNSTEIN SISII-: I. n in ENSTEIN MAX R. SILVER All..i ii.-. foi Aliplli .mi '..'•_• S.-\ bold Bldg Miami. H.i. I 12-18 28 '• : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33968-B ESTATE OF BERNARD SHAPIRO, Deceaecd NOTICE TO CREDITORS T-. All Creditor* and All Persona Having I'lainis or I 'riii.iii.K Agalnal Salil Estate ; You. and eai li of \ OU .'' '•' hi I '' notified and requ i to ureaem an) Inima and demanda hlch you, or either of you, may have agalnxl the Ktate of BERN Mil' SHAPIRO de.......I late of w.-i.-h.-i.r County, New rork, i<> the Honorable Count) Judaea of Dade County, and file the same In their offlcea in the Count] courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within ekfbl calendar montha from the date of ib.first publication hereof. Kaid clalma or demand* t.. contain the li-ital addreaa of the claimant ^i\ii to be aworn to and presented ... aforesaid, ..i same will be barred. Date November 8th, A.D. 1954. UNA O. BHAPIRI i As Ancillary Exe. utrix of the l.a.-t will and Testament of BERNARD 8HAPIRO, 11. .... Bed. MALVIN ENOLANDER Attorne] for Ancillary Executrix II 12-19-26 IJ/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN i t the undersigned, desiring to enaaai buaineaa under the flctltloua name %  ASSOCIATED AI) KERyiCE, al I'THTlli Street, .Miami lleai-b II. Finn Intend to register s..i.i name itli Clerk ..f th.Circuit Court of D I Sount) Florida. HERBERT M l.ll'.MAN-co-pai I r i.mis i.ip.MAN—co-pai tner II 5-12-19-24 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 2*899-B RE: ESTATE OK HERMAN LEE CANTOR, Deec NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given thai 1 I %  %  filed mj final report and petition Final Dlacharae as Administratoi %  the i bite % %  < HERMAN LBE I 'AN1 dei'eaaed; and thai on the 30th d November, ItSt, I will HIU.IV to II irable FRANK I!. DOW LI Count) Judge of Dade County, IIda, for .. pproval ..f aa Id i inal I ..ml ior fin.11 discharge .. idmh trator of the Estate of HERMAN I • %  \ \T. iR, deceased. Tins 2Sth da) of II. tober, 1954. BAl'L l 'ANT! di A.ln lii-ll .il.iiMYERS, HEIM \N a KAPLAN Seybold Bid*., Miami. I-.... I" L". 1 j 12-19 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNOCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fIcUtlous Inames of CAPITOL T I R K COM PAN ^ • CAPrTOLTIRE Rl-.-M'I'FltS. ..i ^r-'oii N i: tad Avenue, M il. PU-, i"i;'" l 1 la raciati i aald names with Ihe i ler* of tinCircuit Courl of Dads I ounty, n "'"''' PA ,TL H. UEIDENBBIW 11 1 2 -1 ii M IRVIN M. GOLDSTEIN Certified Public Accountant Anseuacet the tptmimg of ail offices 1904 CONGRESS BUILDING EPH0NE 3-9701 MIAMI, FLORIDA NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in buaineaa under the flctltloua nanuof I.EO APLER'H PACKAOE BTORE, WOFFORP PACKAOE STORE, LEO IDLER'S I.UjFiiR STORE, 240J Collina Ave Miami Beach, Pla., Intend! to register said name with Ihe ClerK of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade I'oonly. Kl "'• BERNARD AC8UEBEL BERICK, SHAPIRO .FRIED, Atlya Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road il 12-19-24 II I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY ISIVRN thai the underalgned, deairing to engagi In bualnesa under the fictitious naniO of I'Xll.s CITIES SERVICE STATION, ii -_oiiit N w tnd Avenue, Intend register said name with th. the Circuit Court of Dad n '""'-','Al.. 11YKIM .,•; JAMES ft MACE 19 ROBERT f LBW1HON attorae) for Paul Byrum II IL'-1!I 24 1 -' I Cli I ik of unty. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN lhal the undersigned, de-lring to sngasje In buaineaa under the flctltloua t le of tVINDSOB 1'l.AZV. al i % %  %  > IM-.-V.I Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said name with Hm Clem ,,f th.cm ult Court of Had.. County, Kl U KM-VN.iK KISHNF.lt HENRY IIFKKDWIT/. DAVID H BERKOWITZ and ANNA BBRKOWITS, Inifi' BLRY STONE \tlorney for Windsor Plasa 11/12-19-24 12,3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174033 CELIA ALBERT, Plaintiff vs. HARRY ALBERT, Defendanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION T( HARRY ALBERT Residence I'nknown VOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIHhll thai a Hill of Compbtinl i"i divorce has been filed agalnsl >"" %  '"" l >"" are required '" servi s %  "i>s f youi Vnswei t li.> n Plalnllfrs attoi m (. BEN ESSEN lull s.-yi.oi.l Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Anawer in the office "f the Clerk ol the Circuit Courl on or before the l-tih .I.IV of December, 1954; otherwise the allegations of said Bill "f Complaint will I..taken ..confessed agalnal you. Dated this 8th day of Hovembar, E. B. l.EATHIMt.MAN. i •!• rk, Circuit Coui i I:s W.M W STOCKING, Deputy ii.-i k HEN ESSEN, Esq attorne) foi I'lainiiff ii 1 2-19 -" I-' '• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174041 U.li-K Al'DETTE VLADIMIR Plaintiff InatVINCENT VLADIMIR. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION YI)C VINCENT VLADIMIR, ea I Valcoff. 141 Easl RSth Btreet, New York, New Voi k .... li. reb) notified that a Itill of c.mplaim for Divorce has been Mled .,i;.i iii-i you, and you required to ., \, .. ropj of your Answer or Pleadthe nil! of Complaint on the ciainiift s attorney, MAX it. SILVER. 922 Reynold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the Office of tinClerk of tim Clreull Curl on or before the llth day ol December, IM4i if you fail to do so. Iii.lirm.nt by default will be taken against you for the relief deiiiamli-.l in the Dill of Complaint.' ANU ORDERED al Miami this Mil day "f November, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 174032 L. A. ANDERS, Plaintiff JOHN TOLINE and TOLINE, his wife, n married, I I I'-l. I: l. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE, NAME Ol THE STATE OP FLORID \ Tl'. II IIIN Ti ii. INC. II lit Ing, and TOLINE, hla wife if mai I'ii-.l, and M hose r.-i.l. I .. unknoM a ALL L'NKNOWN HEIRS, visees, grantees, creditors, or other parties claiming by, through, under or agalnal JOHN Till. INE, not known to b I oi alive; AND ALSO, as to each of the above named Defendant Individuals, if they be deceased< then all unknown Inns. devlseeOi grantees, <-i editors or other parties claiming by, throujrh, under or %  aainsf such Defendants; ANU A LSI i. all oilier and unknown persona having or claln to have an) liKl". title or Im esl m Onpropert) s hlch Is I subject mallei of this -nil. aald propert) lying ami being In Dade I'o.mtv, l-lorlda. and more !-.. tlcularly described as follows Lots s an.I '• in Block I /.n IN \ srr.i d\'ls'|i >N, ai cording to the Plal then recorded In Plat Book tl %  I'age 75 of Hie I'ul.li.Recol Is ul Dade County, Florida. TOU AND EACH OP Vol are hi • b) 11->i i>..-.i ttiai -. sun haa been in the above named Court, bj Plaintiff above named ,f..r tin i .a .iiii.-tniL: title of the I'la in and to ib.propert) Involved herein,! l"\ < %  lIl'SCl il..-l Y.ir ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND RBQl'IRED to file your Apiiearai.. n aald suit on or befoi.the tin) of December, 1954 and In di of such Appearance, a i *ci • • Confeaao will be entered against you and i... 'i of you. DONE ANU ORDERED al ihe Courthouse In Dade County, Miami Florida, tins 8th day ol Novel 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit ''..in t B| w.M. w STOCKING, Deiniiv Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1"14 Seybold HIilK Miami, Flo II'12-19-24 12/J __^ 1 INE i'i.. i Ida, 11(4, i: li LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, i I.I.I. County, l-Toi-iila By w.M W. STI "Ki.Ni:. (Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk M \N li SILVER Altornei for Plaintiff 922 Seybold Building, Miami :;_'. 1-la. 11/12-19-26 — 12/J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 174045 BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plaintiff, \ s HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE in II \l:\ EY ALDERMAN :in Challton Street New York. New York You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are hereby notified that a mil of Complaint for Divorce lias been against you. and you are required to aerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to i inBill "f Complaint % % %  > the plaintiffs Attorneys, MYERS. HEIMAN *• KAPLAN, S50 S. I lluildliiu. Miami. Florida, and file Ihe original Answer or Pleading In Hie %  •!. of the Clerk of the Circuit i on or I,.fore the 1.1th da) of Deq i'.-,i if von fail to dn so, Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This aotlce shall be publishes each week for four consecutive In THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at M Florida, this 8th day of Xovemo.-l, A.D, 1954. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Courl. 1 ...1.County Florida. By M. C. QREEN, (Circuit curt s.-ali D.-j.uty Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN & KAI'I.AN Attorneys for Plaintiff (50 Seybold Building, Miami. Fla. 11 %  12-19-26 — 12/3 J 'i ,••



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unVEMBER 12, 1954 -JmlsrtnwSrto+f, sum iwitz Elected ,i Cemetery iciation Head annual meeting-held MonZ of<* s "f Ihe Greater h Cemetery AMOCWiodore J Sakowito, local 1S elected to the office lent for the ensuing year. y sen es as first vice %  „, congregation Beth F.l Jutlve in many religious, mpic and social organ!**I represents Congregation „„ t he board ol governors heater Miami Jewish Fednd ,. actively engaged in El Hebrew Academy, ing his duties. Sakowitz p| ans [or the continued id development of Mt. Sin .,l p a rk and the .Jewish ,,( u/oodlawn Park Cemej cr ,, owned and operatic Greater Miami Jewish i Association. ,1 jo serve with Sakowitz j Simons, first vice presio Meyer, second vice presijney H Palmer, secretary: Pepper, reelected for his m ,,. treasurer. led by their respective conns i.i serve on the cemerd are Isidore Schwartz, Ala dow, Morris Rabinowitz, 'hitman. Joseph Cohen, H. rich, David Kleber. Mrs. oldberg, Mrs. Anna Block Geltner. dal meet my to evaluate made and to prepare funs has been called by the : r Sunday morning. on Ihe cemetery grounds Memorial Park. cial meeting will follow ig al 8 p.m. PAGE 7 A Theodore Sakowiti ig Attendant [Courtesy Award Loan Fund In Operation At a meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman last week. Harry Simons, chairman of the Baron dc Hirsch loan committee, announced that office facilities are now available for the committee at the Bureau of Jewish Education building. The committee, in addition to Simons, consists of Benjamin Beck, Leo Eisenstein, William Freedman, Albert Qtiadow, frank Hose and David Kleber and will be in attendance every second and fourth Monday evening to Interview applicants and to act on loans Sidney H. Palmer, co-chairman of publicity. :t.ited that a number of loans have been processed and Erica Morini To be Soloist The second pair of University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts with John Bitter, conductor On Sunday, Nov. 21. at the Miami Beach Auditorium, and Monday, NOV. 22. at the I);„lc County Auditorium will have Kria Morini. celebrated violinist, aa soloist. At the age ol eight, Miss Morini had fini-hed the master course at the Vienna Conservatory, studying under the famous Sevcik, and was ready for her professional debut Mi-s Morini gives her father credit for recognition and development Of her tonal gifts The child played her first orchestral engagement as soloist under the baton of Artur Nikisch. The United States first summon ed Miss Morini when she was in her early teens. She made her debut at Carnegie Hall under the baton of Artur Bodanzky. Her success here was as immediate as in F.urope. She was declared "peer Of the greatest of her male colleagues Funds Slated for B'nai B'rilh Projects Atlantic Towers hotel will be the scene of the B'nai B'rith's "Carnival Under the Stars" night on Saturday. Nov. 13, at 8:30 p.m. Mr. ;:nd Mrs. Ben I.ebow will be host and hostess. Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor the "Human Rights" were discussed by this quartet of civic leaders at the Greater Miami Jswish Foderat-on all-day conference. Judge Harold B. Spaet (left) and George J. Talianoff (second from left) commended the Anti-Defamation League, American Jewish Committee and Jewuh War Veterans for their civic defense programs. "Howard Prown, WTVJ newscaster, and Daniel Heller (extreme right). State commander, Jewish War Veterans, complete the panel. WTVJ to Show B'nai B'rith Feature Film In cooperation with the membership and programs department of B'nai B'rith. Station WTVJ will present the film "Heritage," to be shown on Monday, Nov 15, at 6 p.m. Produced by the AntiDefamafund raisinaffair. Mrs. Helen I t ion League of B'nai B'rith in co Sanders, president, stated that operation with the United Chrisfunds raised will go toward the tian Youth Movement and the Cathever produced in the field of human relations. The program is being presented during the present B'nai B'rith membership campaign being conducted in Greater Miami. various projects of B'nai B'rith. | olic Youth Organization of CHIReservations are being taken by ca *this film depicts the natural Mrs Louis Shafkin who is chair"e**" L ^divlduals. man for this affair. The film has been lauded by educators as one of the best films Sisterhood to Meet Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew made" within 'the iast't'ew'dayand s,h "" 1 •""' Congregation will hold aid to I motorist during that several applications are now • time, Lee Michaels was pending and being considered. is tinweek's winner of i n cooperation with Max Silver. Beach Chamber of Comchairman of the public relations i 23. 1 p.m.. at the synagogue, it was announced by Mrs. Robert Schweit' zer. president. tirte-> award. Leo Eiseninounced here. •Is, a parking lot attendant flute II mse hotel, was nomaT. Mr> Helen Sanders, of %  lh pi Miami Beach. tillues at 1475 NW 68th lh hiwife Melves and two Allied and Izes. committee of the loan fund, Palmer is now assembling and preparing a brochure dealing with the objectives of the fund and stressing for prospective applicants the method to follow in order to obtain interest free loans. The booklet, when completed in the near future, will be distributed through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, of which the loan fund is a participating member. >* lea Mind/in Ind Modern Thought |ecf of Tuesday lecture findlin, of The Jewish Florin di-ciiss "Impact of the Modern Thought" Tuesday Nov 16. 8 p.m.. in the auditorium at 918 6th lii Beach. the second in a series of Mures sponsored by the Association of the Acad•erne of the eight lectures "ible and Modern Man." pi Will discuss the various and trends in American 8'ish literature •during-the years and their relationhe Bible. er member of the English the University of Miami, 11a graduate of New York i |ty and Columbia Urrrver-[ New Program Opens At Beach Branch A new program designed for junior high boys and girls will be Inaugurated Sunday. Nov. 14, 2:30 p.m., at the Beach Branch, GreatSi Miami Jewish Community (enter A Sadie Hawkins Party" will kickoff the new club program which is open to all boys and girls in 7th. 8th and 9th grades of school Square dancing and entertainment will be part of the afternoon's activities There will be two friendship groups organized—"Hi-Teens" girls and the 'Mariner Club" for the boys. Working on the committee are • Mrs. C. Bussey. Mrs Jack Herman. Mrs. Ben Nitzberg and Mrs. Sid Javer. Rabbi Hurwitz is Speaker Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Zamora Jewish Center spiritual leader, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Chapter, American Jewish Congress, on Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 17. 1 p.m., at 500 SW 17th ave. Subject of the Rabbi's talk is "Living Judaism." A Tercentenary skit will also be offered. Mrs. Kornfield Chairman To raise funds for Hadassah Medj ical Center, the Chaim Weizmann Group of Hadassah is sponsoring a card party on Teusday evening. Nov 16. 8 p.m.. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mrs. Harry Kornfield is Hadassah Medical Center chairman. Remarque Novel Review Beth El Sisterhood will celebrate Jewish Book Month at Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 sw nth ave., on Nov. 16th. 1:30 p.m. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will review the current novel. "A Time to Live and a Time to Die." by Erich M. Remarque EDUCATION PIUS RECRtATION A WHOUSOMl COMBINATION OXFORD SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member of Americon Schools end Colleges Association APARTMENT FOR RENT 333 Cotolonia, two-bedroom apartment unfurnished or furnished. $65 month. Near Coral Gables Jewish Center. Phone 4-0592. HEM ....-......•. SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •ree. 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PAGE 8 B •JmistntrkHan FRIDAY. NC GLOBAL SHORTS Dorothy Thompson Raises Lament on Election Tactics NKW YORK (AJPi —The onetime friend of Israel. Dorothy Thompson, president of the antiIsrael American Friends of the Middle East, h.iraised her voice again. This time by the medium of an expensive ad which she placed in The New Vat* Times last Saturday. The ad complained about the pro-Israel position taken hy a great many congressional candidates of both parties i ican Jewish Congress lor his serv lees to mankind, it was announced here bj Dr Israel Goldstein, A.K president. The award to the dicoverer of streptomycin was made 'at a dinner held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel NOT 10. A Tercentenary Feature Fortunes of Israel Suffer Froi Interpretation of Hostile Won Austrian Jews Permitted Return to Vienna VIENNA (WNS) \ number of Austrian Jewwho Qed to Poland after the An-rhluol 19:) and AJP From the aarlllttl times in man's history i! haDn to the especial interest oi certain Individuals and nations to belittle everything Israehtish These negative forces contrived to discredit original Jordanian Force Attacks Israel Border Patrol TEL AVIV (JTAi — An Israel militar) spokesman reported that an Israel border patrol in th< Mi gido area was attacked here by Jordanians, while guarding work ers in the fields near the demarea lion line Israel reinforcementen patrol to withdraw One w .1wounded, th i who were arre.-ted when the K • -^ ^ (h( -,anmarched into ..and have ^^ ,v-en p..rm,,,.M n return hr,^, Vas disclosed in a s.'o\ernment uwWl Cairo Radio Derides Idea Of Peace in Near East LONDON WNS I President Eisenhowpeace with 1st in hirecent addiess in New York before the American •i Tercentenarj dinner, was voiced tinweek hy the Egyptian Government in a broadcast bj the Ara!> \ i airo, official rnipan) DP's in Germany Offered New Homes in Israel MINK H (J TA Residents of the last Jewish DP camp in Germany, who want to sett %  in Israel, tan by-pass reception Cl liters and tran-it campin acquire a home in the Jewisl ..n before the) • thaii i imp dwellings, under : %  plan worked out here by the J< a ish A [ : the Joint Distribu• Leaders Meet With Konrad Adenauer in N.Y. Reception \KU YORK WNS m a i r K reception in hihonor Di \ r in nviction that it was hicountry's moral obli) the wrongs committed '. izism w • Icoming t h e r. Dr i.oldmann .': With the SIDOOtl ations ol the Bonn-Isra tions ment. They glorified Egypt, Babylonia, Creoec. and Home, they belittled everything Hebraic. In insidious waya the} tried to prove that Hebrew ia fault) language and the Hebrew-, mongrels The marvelous Hebraic fabric ol laws and ethTi Ms [JTA \ plan for the ic whispered the satanic forces slyestablishmenl ol special sponsor|y i %  ;,. copied from the nations -hip committeeol employers to %  round then aid in the placement ol ORT school confinnation of this fact we now in Turnwas set up here fm(| ,,, f ..tn.-i.,i Hallevi's "Book ol following talkbetween Dr Area Kll7an • communique which a the number ol JeWS involved Plans Made for Placing ORT Graduates in Industry M •*** tki, pn id< nl of the W >i : ORT I nion, and General Boyer de la Tour, %  i neral ol Tunis, and Prune Minister H E. Tahar Ben Amar \\. an glad t.> discover lhat similar views weir expressed as iar back as the 10th centurj in Hallevi's famous book. Then in Part 2 paragraph 66, the Great Hi brew sage and main character ol the -t'.r> who. hy profound wisdom and indisputable declarations, con verted the might) Khatar king and NEW YORK UP The work subject to the ancient Hebrew of the J< wi-h Information Bureau, faith, iquoted by Hallevi ah..\ I bj Dr Bernard ; Richard.-, ing stated to the king: % Leaders Laud Work Of Information Agency ? • &f > was lauded thiweek in a statement by leaderof i!> major Jewish organizations representing all elementof American Jewry The statement called I>r Richard"s Now the rootand principles of all sciences were handed down from u(the Hebrew, first to the Chaldean-, then to the Persiananil Median-, then to Greece, and final work a most useful service to the ly to the Romans On account of Communlt) tOe length of this period." the He brew sage continued, "and the many disturbing circumstance-, it was forgotten that they had originated with tjie Hebrew-, and so they were a-enhed to the Greeks JDC Directors Open Parley In Paris; U.S. Envoy Speaks PARIS JTA United States Am bassador C Douglas Dillon deplored the fad that the serviceof the Joint Distribution Committee were no longer available to Jews in the Communist countries, despite the great need which exists in those countries His statements were made in the course of an address to the opening session of the fiveday ninth annual JDC country directorconference at UNESCO Hou-e henPolice Express Regret Over 'Race' Listing of Fugitive PROVIDENCE WNSA state ment ol regret for issuing a police a nd ,hl H "" l: '' %  Hebrew, howwanted" circular which included (• ever helongs the first place, both the listing "Race .lew in itde-1 a r, 'r.lthe nature ol the UUIgUscription of the fugitive was issuediJB 6 nd '" '" fulness "< meaning thiw.-ek bj Rhod< Island's attor-l Thl |v %  significant declaration eneral after the matter wa.sl* hlch unbiased scholars and scien drawn to his attention by Joseph pf*^ ( '-" I:I "' afford to pass up Ea M Finkle, vice chairman ol the*"* 6 ** 11 '" '" the light ol historic New England Regional Board ol t*ris nd recent archeological dia. \nti Dat.,eoveries That archaeological find. B'rith u** 8 in "" Near East proved indisputably that a Sinaitic Hebrew scrip! was the mother ol ihe Phoenician, winch is generally but erroneousl) accepted as the source of all languages it isn't accidental, \ h :_"; then, that th. Hebrew aleph and beth are mimicked by the later Greek alpha, beta, etc While the J. wi-h tercentenary with a special p—„ i ,, .... ... Encyclopaedia Bntannica is not en tirely up-to-date, archeologically, in %  rA KIBBUTZ SA'AD — Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple I El. compares notes on Israel with Meir Ossofsky. msl Brooklyn for Israel four years ago. The young Amerod now a crack tiactorist in this new orthodox farm village. I and Mis Lehrman spent two weeks touring Israel, ing religious and government leaders and making a i hensive study of the Jewish State's developing industneii sofsky's work is greatly facilitated by the Development I financed to a major extent by Israel Bond investment! ceeding S165.000.000. New York Library Offers Tercentenary Exhibition nowned New York Public Library icurrently honoring the American Exhibition ol rare Hebrew books and manuscripts Among the documents on exhibit is a tattered fragits article on the Alphabet, it nevmen, Z^Z&TS^l!^."? ,h "! ?* T* "" the "Guide to the Perplexed*' by Moses Mainmnides 1135 12121 and the fir-t Hebrew Bible printed in America in 1814 Skit Featured portant [act ignored by any theory that would derive the (ireek anil Phoenician alphabetindependently from a source older than either is that the names of the letter-, a. far as they have a known etymology or meaning, are Semitic. He Stephen S Wise Group of Habrew aleph, beth. jlmel, daleth 'l.i----.ih v\ill >fp\"f n t rr*vhmi'nt< at the NO, .5 me.-,,,,,. 3S P .... exc %  "^ unm '-,akabl > h the Biltmore Terrace hotel A skit. Greek alpha, beta delta." The Sharett Urges Political Cease Fire for Near Future JERUSALEM WNS. With Knesset election -till some ten monthaway, it would be well if the General Zionists declared a political "cease lire" for tinnext few months. Premier Mo-he Shall -i i,.red at a < labinet meeting. The Premier's appeal waa aimed to prevent disorganization of the Cabinet's work through creation ot pre-election atmosphere. Double Vision." on work by Ha Encyclopaedia then declare| Q* dassah Medical Organization, will Semitic nameare wordin the BtUred Semitic languageIhe Greek names are meaningless in Greek" Thus we have authoritative confirmation of Jehud.ih Hallevi's challenge It has been irgui d by many ttu dentthat thi* Hebrew language originated from some ancient form ot Aramaic While tinmay IMparti) true. j| is not entirely to Aramaic a,, d Hebrew are akin in regard to the hoi) langu age. the Ku/ari Sage ireported to i,. M Mated to the Khatar king: "It ,the language of KIHT after whom ii wacalled Hebrew, because after th'' confusion Of the tongueit was he who retained it Abraham was an Aramaean of I'r Kasdim becaii-e the language of the Chaldeanwas Aramaic. He employed Hebrew aa specially holy language and Aramaic for everyday use. POT this reason Ishmael brought it to the Arabic -peaking nations, and the consequence was that Aramaic. Arabic and Hebrew are similar to each other in their vocabulary, grammatical rules and formations. The superiority of Hebrew imanifest from the logical point of view it we consider the people who employed it for discourse, particularly at the time when prophecy was rife among them THE TERCENTENARY STORY Purpose of Local Survey Explained. Dade Countj '..uncilfar 1 ed Children this eek the -ur\i • .r.g COM the Flori .n ol Clubs in i *ithfc| ,tal Health I Sm Florida Purpose of tl to MrI %  Bed "filll %  man. i...iilablei -tati-ticand evaluations all Hieand fundcurrently sal to fulfill the needs of children here "There iii" tnundatioaM to the erroneous i*,i?f %  •j survey now being undertasi^ lead to a condition here i retarded children will I from their pan ,.'.and plantl stitution-." MrBeck MS Statisticcoinpilfd wllbaj primarily for the benefit oft 1 legislatorand ft* th* **\ jernment at T a l l rta— Dade Council ilocal i tive of the National \ | Retarded Childrea CopTrlfht. ISM. bv Amrnran J*ith Prut Waksman Gets Special Award from Jewish Congress \KW YORK .JTA, Dr Selman A Waksman, Noble Prize winner and director ot the Institute ..| M, croMology at Rutgers University, i^'it a ipecial award from the Anier 4. The Inquisition in Amer Te*t by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions bv MAURICE od IN l6i7 PRAMCI6CO Dt SlLV.TME HOSTAMCHICANJSWiCM POUT ,WA AHK-fsTtP 6Y THC FORCES OP IHE PR1APEP l.QUIS>ITIOM 2S *2S&SZffS niciMie; Lt ,i !" J DCPS*-' ~ BRUTA'JTV Al povcam wt* %  n £ paw. :



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NOVEMBER 12, 1954 +Je*ist> fhrldllan Than 800 jtend Meet fc)l{K Dr. JOM-ph HUTU. %  ,,, .. an d Telegraph in l, K goloveitcbii <>f Bo* ITalmudlc BChotar, and r |, H i ooksteln of New chairman of the Comj ew ish Chaplaincy of [„„, Jewish Welfare tjoined the M of guest lebeduled to addren the 34th annual national „f the Mizrachi OrganlAmerica. 800 delegatea are ex,!„ %  annual conclave at kor, Hotel in Atlantic [November 17 to 21. RabC ai Kir^hblum, national saiii Lnerican and Israeli leadwill address public seshe convention include Dr. jldmann. chairman of the [section "f the Jewish Ag|l. Solomon Rosenberg of Deputy Minister of Sotri' and Religions, in IsiRablii Wolf CJold of JeruImber of the Jewish Agulivc and president of the of Israel. linhblum announced that bn of I he convention will | to a discussion of plans rld-wid.merger of MizHapoel Hamizrachi, the I labor Zionists. Discusking toward such a merecn underway by special i in Israel and the UnitI for thi paal \ear. PAGE 9 B Bill Discussed by House, Senate On German Heirless Property V.-AMIIXCIMN (JTA) — A conference committee of the House and Senate is processing a bill which would make available to %  i' wi ii organizations up to $3,000.ooo in heirless German Jewish properly now held in the United States by the Alien Property Custodian. The bill would empower the President to designate certain organizations to act as heirs, and to use the funds for the benefit of persecutors of Jewish faith. Certain safeguards are established. There is a limit placed upon the amount of property which may be turned over. That limit is $3,000,000. In explaining the bill. Rep. Arthur (;. Klein said "many of these people whose property was taken from them" died during the pend ing of legal proceedings and could not get their money or property returned. Their heirs were entitled Mrs. Samuel Falick and Mrs. Philip Rudine going through their paces in preparation for their participation in the skit, "School for a Day," to be given at the open meeting of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m., in the Temple's banquet hall. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman, ha3 written and produced the skit. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan is Sisterhood president. Other participants in the skit will be Mrs. Bertram Waller, Mrs. Ben Lond and Mrs Louis Stoff. Mrs. Howard Grove will furnish the musical accompaniment. to It, he explained Hitlerextermination of Jews wiped out so many family groups that no heirs were left in numerous cases. Therefore the property is still being held, and it is this property, or up to S3.000.000 worth of it. which will now go to appropriate Jewish organizations. It was also disclosed here that President Eisenhower had notified Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of Germany that the White House does not back a bill now pending in Congress to return to their former owners assets seized from German individuals or firms during World War II. Sen. Everett M. Dirksen is sponsor of the bill, which would return at least $450,000,000 worth of such assets to those who owned the property when the U.S.A. and the Nazi regime went to war. The bill stands little chance of passage at this session of Congress. Completes Moving of National [eadquarters to Shrine in Washington OPEN NOVEMBER 17th Lagoon Restaurant STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOODS + CHOICE BEVERAGES CHARTER FISHING BOATS £ "Under (he New Bridge' 488 SUNNY ISLES BOULEVARD Phone 81-6-6661 SGTON, DC—The Jewv ins of the United America have completed ement of their National %  ters to the new JWV Narine for Jewish War Dead lion's capital, it was an here by past JWV Nationndi'i Harry T. Madison. entini; one or the first nafcnts oi the Jewish Tercenear. commemorating the 1654 of the first Jews to es of what is now the ites, the acquisition of le ithe fulfillment of a Ireaii: ol the Jewish War national Ladies' r the JWV nail ommittee convents ovement was bepi i ommander Madi-hrme "a pormairial to the thouiVho paid the suI* lor American Hreedom and democracy." K out that the move now IJeui-h War Veterans, the Ion's Club I Veterans' Day iventh annual banquet of Han's Club of Miami hll be held on Veterans' f. 11. at the Algiers hotel, lib i> composed of 50 spanlican and World War 1 | who have had service out|tinent.d '/. s. and all of members of the Veterkreign Wars Post 3559, Milt. lin to President Rowland thej banded together six and pledged that they Beet each Veterans' Day, te they live, "until there but one man. His duty will frr a champagne toast to Iparted comrades." %  officers of the club are Wolfson, vice president: naler, secretary; Abe Garkasurer; and Phil J. Galnaplain. oldest Veterans' organization in the United States, in the midst of the political scene, Commander Madison predicted that JWV "will | have an ever-growing voice in the affairs of government and will be in a position to pull into sharper focus its traditional role as a guardian arm of American liberty." "The obligations imposed upon us," he said, "in these days of turmoil and threats upon our constitutional liberties, will be met with sincerity and courage. With our headquarters on the Washing-! ton scene our voice will be heard throughout the land as a spokesman of the American heritage oi freedom and fair play." He paid special tribute to the membership of the JWV and its Ladies Aimlian "whose efforts, devotion and unrelenting labor have made JWV's greatest dream I a living reality | The white-stone National Shrine Building is located at 1712 New Hampshire ave., /H.W.. in the very %  heart of the Capitol, not far from famed Dupont Circle. Other vet j erans' organizations have their nation*] headquarters in the vicinity. The National Shrine has been purchased solely by funds contributed by the members of the Jewish War Veterans and its Ladies Auxiliarv. Dedication of the fivestory building will take place sometime in the Fall. Past National Commander Meyer Dorfman. president of Colonial Felt Mills. St. Paul. Minn., is chairman of the Building Committee. As one of its first official functions in its new headquarters, the JWV will be host, on August 28, to the national executive committee of the American Legion on the eve of the Legion's national convention in the capital. The Jewish War Veterans has been in existence since 1896. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the p"Dr> O rrcun Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Ope* Sondavi %  — B3-024 I Adults Organize I Adults of West Miami % rRani/ational meeting rej the West Miami Jewish 1720 SW nth st. 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PAGE 6 A l *~,innrkf&r FRIDAY Amy Soifer Becomes Mrs. Martin Levin In fioublc Rime Rites; Chooses Nylon Tulle Soifer, daughter of Mr nd Mrs John w Soifer, 10270 East Bay VYinston-Salem will be the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Levin Their wedding took place in that city at Temple Emanuel Saturday. Rabbi Ernst Conrad officiated at the double-rin candlelight ceremonj The bride is the former Sue Amy Schrebnicjvs Wed In Double Ring Rites At Wesl Palm Beach Joseph Schrebnick, son oi the late Carl and Mar) Schrebnick, pioneer residents ol West Palm Bi ach, and Mrs Doroth) E Church were married Oct l bj Rabbi Max Landman at Temple Beth Kl in West Palm Beach The double rum ceremon) saw the bride given awaj bj Mr and Mrs. Philip Dave Attendants for the bridegroom were Larrj Heftel and Sgl Larry Feldman, ol Palm Beach Air Force Base. Robert Church, son ol Ihe bride was ring bearer The bride wore an ankle-length gown ol nylon and lace Her shoulder-length veil was attached to a crown ot seed pearls She carried a white Bible. I with a shower bouquet of white carnations. Mr Schrebnick. a graduate ol tin Universit) oi Miami, was the first Jewish male child born in West Palm Beach \ tutor, he is a veteran ol World War II. having >ei\ed three years in the Air Force, v ith overseas sen ice in It.. \ stria Mrs Schrebnick is the dau <>i Mr and Mrs Arthur Robinson, -inn. Long Island couple will reside in Wi I ..in PERSONALLY S P E A K I N G and Mrs Stefan I chacz, ol Chicago, have arrived .it the White Hi use hotel for then annual vacation. 'riie> plan a trip t" Latin America prior to returning home The couple are being entertained bj Mr. and Mrs Jacques Cohen, 1320 15th st while visiting the r.i ach Also entertained by the < hens iHarry Feinberg, chiel court attendant ol Kings Count) Court, Brook!) n, N.Y., vacat ioi at the < romwell hotel with his wife and %  law Mil na Fi i berg Mr. and MrMarvin Goldman, oi 5115 SW 4th -i Miami announce the birth ol theii daughi i Marjorie laith at Jack n M mi rial Hospital on No\ arrival joins hei brothi i Hi .v ;.r ih'.alumna| The assoi. ti -uppliesikji sary bfao I children rt ents are unable t" pay lortl Phi Sigi Biscayne -t as their Greater M ami distributorOwners of Coa-tall over tin I ruled States line are Herman I'earl and Shelto the local group vhiekk don Dearr, both of whom have b) MrJoseph Klein been in the meat products distribIn chargi Uting business for many years. Arthur Ben >l resenalN 3ti II Oil II4* 111" MrEthi 1 Shochet, ol Miami, and her daughter and son in I thi A Finle) Binders, have arrived in Israel for a six week sta) ^> tb. m are Mi and Mrs Bii l< i • children. Jonathan, Jeffre). Ethel and Louis Mr. and MrArnold l> I Oi West Palm Beach, are now m in-, their home at 2007 SW 17th •vc Miami. Mr I.a/.arus is a former Universit) of Miami graduate, class of 194;). and iconnected with the R. L. Polk Co., oi Richmond, Va Mr. and Mrs Morton Trilling, 4155 Adama\e Miami Beach, announce the birth of their son. Lawrence, on Nov. 6 Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Murray Kaufman and Mr and Mrs Jack Trilling ij %  & H Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Leonard, of Harmon on Hudson. New York, have returned to Miami Beach to spend the winter at 8200 Byron ave. Mr. Leonard is the author of "Americans All." Mrs. Leonard column. 'Jewish Cookery." appears in English-Jewish newspapers throughout the nation. t •6 £ & Dr. and Mrs Philip Gottlieb have returned to Miami from Chicago and are now at home at 800 Jeronimo dr.. Coral Gables. Births Ri e, nt birthin the Greater Mi ami area include the follow J( i iime, on ol M r and MrI'.r \in Silverberi 227 Nw 18th ave Eili %  ighter ol Mr and Mi Levensoi 3530 SW 10th -• ol Mr and Mrs Vrthur Seltzer, 1011 Alton rd I. i %  ol Mr and Mrs Harr) K 1330 s\\ 10th -t v.,-. : Mi and Mrs 10th ter Mar) Ollii daui htcr ol Mr and M I ado l : 1253 Penn sylvania J ihn %  • %  ol \!' '.'. irren %  Cindi Lyi laughl Uteri in m tn Mr and Mrs 'I Kotick Daughter born to Mr and Mrs William A. Gerstein. Sin, burn tn Mr and MrLe in ard Scot i Son born to Mr and MrRobert Warren Son born lo Mi and MrJustin Goldsmith Son born to Mi and Mrs Martin P Shachat. Smi born to Mr .md MrBenja min Kushner Son born t" Mi and Mn Syd S Franklin Daughter born to. Dr and Mrs Selijj I) Snow Education is Subject Second meeting of the current season of the Miami Ethical Culture Society will be held at the Delano hotel on Sunday. Nov 14. 11 a.m. Professor Ordlie M Clem, of the University ol Miami, will speak on education. INTEREST ON SAVING? II1VKISI11 BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LESS TRAFFIC FRIENDLY SERVICE EASY PARKING 12th AVENUE NEAR FLAGLER



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[AY, NOVEMBER 12, 1954 ^JwrtshBvridfop HE SPORTING WORLD PAGE 3 B \tttteks Hound Holman Again; Reinstated Coach Hits NCAA By BILL WOLF JTA n Nit Holman was reinstat[ (ht .'( ,t> College of New York, h|eved thai would be the end I the charges against him, and [he Holman case could at last Begated to the files. £ever il seems that there arc [ who just won't give up the as a bad move. In a new InI. (be NCAA has put City Colon probation for a year. The president is reported to Laid that City College playad agreed to accept money Latin American tour, and that in knew ol those plans. man is up in arms over the Uon. and lias protested to JCAA Said Holmena: |e reference to me was comfalsa The trial committee revii W*d the case rendered |i>ii ii confirming this fact in respci • l h a v e suffered In froii the unfounded fharg.iiid irrespon |pe"|> : • V iu had no can-' I your lil 'ii statement which was broadcast nationwide. Ordinary decency and fair play call for a prompt retraction ol u. Holman was not the only one angered. Many observers were floor ed at the NCAA's completely unexpected action against City College, • Henry Wittenberg, the Olympic wrestler who was a New York policeman in everyday life, has submitted hbj resignation from the police force. Wittenberg, a sergeant, was due for a promotion to lieutenant. As a matter of fact, he was eighth on the list for the boost. However, 57 sergeants were promoted, but Wittenberg, and one other policeman, who was 23rd on the list, were omitted No explanations of the exact reasons involved were given by police officials. Wittenberg won the lightheavyweight crown in the i!48 Olympics in London. An injury hindered his performance in the last Olympic games. The National Jewish Welfare Hoard haa mw health and physiA TREASURY OF YIDDISH STORIES: Edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg. 630 pp. New York. The Viking Press. 1954. $5.95. By HILARY MINDLIN A collection of 52 short stories by the best Yiddish writers made its appearance two weeks ago, the only book of its kind to be pub 11shed in the t'nited States. "The Treasury'' is indeed a boon for lewwho do not read Yiddish; alIhouuh lack of space prohibited the inclusion of such accomplished writers ..Dinezen, Libin, Kobrin and Miami's well loved Izar Toliish. m iTED NA T IONS [ishinsky Turns Literary Critic, Declaims Poetry tieth with such famed contemporaries as I. Bashevis-Singer, the recently deceased Joseph Opatoshu, Abraham Reisen and Sholem Asch. it is possible for even the newcomer to Yiddish literature to follow the dominant trends and styles, perhaps to note that the sense of collective consciousness which typifies every early literature has already given way to the more sophisticated "tone" of irrevocable loneliness with which most modern writers are concerned. An excellent critical introduction by the editors traces the roots and contours of both the language and readers making a first acquaint'he literature. A brief section of ance with the literature of their folk tales, including pungent Yidfathers will find the -election ruh dish proverbs "When a poor man %  'Hd wide. eals chicken, one ol them I-ick" The dominant 'classical" trio of stories of Hershel Ostropolier, I Yiddish prose writers, Mendele, ant j ,nt Wise Men of (helm, that cal education director, lieMich-1Sholem Aleichem and Peretz, are delightful mockery of the highly aei M. Hand, who has .served as 8'ven a large representation. Meninvolved intellectuality of the Taldirector of District 5 activities tor dele's "The Calf" is characteristic mudic scholars, uncoversome of of the blend of bitterness and com"'" "' u ll '" m which the formal passion which ihis trademark and writing flowered, which -ei nis tn he ,,t the verj center ol a .lew.consciousness, Not Holman charges continue H rith Youth OrganizaBy DAVID HOROWITZ llTKD N VTIONS lA.Il'i An IVishin >. w ho has hitherto |tup;i"i"i ; Lebanese Charles on all Israel-Arab questions the Security Council, made i' ee this week by critui/ r.rl ri I uling the Arab dele took place in the .nunit tee. which lti..-raarmament and ol i .'• ear weapons. to please every' !i e Committee mi philosophy. He quoted law v irx and Lenin, I al-o to plea-e Ir.-k; But Inspeech had the pti \ ishinsky spent ntj minutes lashing the i • professor for distorted and misquoted ments "Mr. Malik pd in he said, be sentt nee out of l< from lh |' passa wai h I. n;i .m attack on Ma'ik I i rjetl out Today, n ai I that he v >uiJ I to t o in ii on questions ol i, and immediately something clicked n my mmd; Sieben an ,i Sl,,,,/I ~ '' r ". ren. Vaterland. Du b.st V'crion.fceventy-seven prolessors, lather.,,,,, thou arl ost) our can-e here K UW ,„. | US) Bbou) lost and .had." he „ w ..' if thl> proach were adopt*" Explaining the German phrase u wa fnm „ poei. vishinsk) added: f seventyseven professors engage i. theorymongering instead of -..Kin*.,,,!,,',. cal questions, then all you V, j s chaos and confusion worse sounvn while the Fatherland in the meai. who always at',„„,. sU k ens and d and outsmart his j Fo |ow|ng a „. ,„„„. „„„.,. ,,.,,.,. e„ceViahinsk) made to Malik: "Mr Malik ol Lebanon seems to be the victim of confusion ..to where he finils him-ell -Will Mr Malik of Lebanon, Professor Malik, dare suggest that 'Allied wan was an iinjti-t war and that perhaps the war launched by Hitler was a jusl one thl war that claimed million, ol dead, burned and maimed and si• %  m exterminated in th di imps Auschu ii/ an l i ,eri V\ as a .111-' v %  "lb i. ne first time r. the B'nai tion. Rand replaceBob Mori ison, who iassuming duties aexecutive direct...,,i the Jewish Communitj i lhus "' hls l "" r ''""'' • 'enter ol Toledo. Ohio Nothing of the mastery and -c.p" ,,| Peretz' work ii..-t in Brandeis University's football translation All of his artistry is field was officially dedicated aculminated in the structural per "Gordon Field" at the Judges'! lection and terrible d< : ration ol homecoming day game against New 'he famous "Bontsha the Silent" llamp-hire on October 23. Brandeis (Bontsha Schweig), who cm desire did the occasion up in style, even nothing greater of Heaven than a naming a Homecoming Day queen no ro an(l butter lor breakfast, before the game started. The game Unfortunately, Sholem Aleichem was lost to New Hampshire. will probably .suffer most from the unlearned reader; much ol the hul he professional scouts have mor and pulhos surrounding the their eyes on Bill McCenna. star well-known figure ol Tevye the end for Brandeis. McKenna has Dairyman lies in his constant he, n rated as one of the best play-, mangling of Biblical and Talmudic ers in New England, and has a good texts. None of this, ol course, iChance ol playing pro ball if he so discernible to tile uninitiated. Chooses. Mnce the stories are in-erted in Observers are predicting that he a fairly chronological order, benay make this season's Little All ginning with the late nineteenth -•nerican squad. century and moving into the TwenDarkly expressive drawings by American painter Ben shahn keynote the section headings. "The Treasury" certainly deserves a special place in ever) Jewish home. AJ HTUI fcij LEAH LEONARD !?~r. U r j tjj ,e rec'Pe The Jewish Floridian, together wirh youi name and add, ., f inclcde it with your •?.' ,f U ( ^ aVe a reeent P h <"<>S"Ph. you may you will be presented w'. Sh U,d '""-TUT PP ar '".**'" u !" ; K. Tl„, I nhman rnnin C Py f T e B k f Jew| sh Recipes," by Tina Lonman, contain. enn 500 kosher recipes and a Forward on the principles of cookery. • I standby for the hu M il .. I. red il -p. i a ,is d< %  -> iption, speeches hi' i, everyone will agree c no* help to create an atmosp! e propitious for the succes ,. ,uiinali..n of :h.probh ms bei %  us." \ • im i~ the jarlu "mandelbrodt" in Jewish families, or "mandelschnitt," if that is the name you are accustomed to hear. The.-e crisply toasted tidbitgo I -i.indi'v lor me nu .. ., .. ,l„, entertaina great deal"'' "'* h ****** as •'' ~" almond sluecalled t 1 li, '; '" %  "• a .P anful can bl ,<•.! and toasted in no tune at iir V' ~''"*'''' "' covered cookie not eil""^^ n '"d—that is. if are popuJ^if 6 0od the with young and old. AT THE MOVIES Filming of Epic on the Ten Commandments Under Way Andrei Viihiasfey • %  German scholar By LEON GUTTEMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD-Motion picture history took a new giant step fortward this week as Cecil B. DeMille after ten years of planning and two years of active preparation, shot the first scenes, high atqp hallowed Mt. Sinai, of his record-breaking production of "The Ten Commandments" a production marked in every category by the unprecedented scale Of Us monumental story and panoramic sequences ,, With the largest budget in Hollywood history, the greatest number of giant sets, the longest or e.gn location, a cast as hnposing as any ever assembled and do/en0 other aspects which set new highs m film production. DeMille has embarked upon what he regards, he personally told me. as the climactic production of his career. The journey to the top of Mount Sinai, according to DeMille's cable involves a twelve-day trek and shooting schedule, with motor transportation possible only the first day along a dry river bed. Then the expendition switched to camels, with the last exhaustive lap covered on foot The final thousand feet of the climb proved particularly rugged but DeMille, who passed a rigid physical examination before leaving lor Egypt, found himself looking forward to (also calC d • lbrod, l5 sugar "ndelschni.t> 4 eggs 1 cup salad oil 4 cups allpurpose fi 3 teaspoons baking po L teaspoon baking sodar 1 teaspoon vanilla '2 teaspoon almond flavour,, 1 cup blanched almonds, slivt ed or coarsely chopped Add eggs to sugar in a large mixing bowl and beat well till creamy. Blend in the oil a little at a time while beating till combined. Stir in the flavorings. Sift together the flour, baking powder and baking soda and blend into the other mixture by stirring till smooth. Dust the chopped almonds with a little flour and work into dough. Turn out on a lightly floured board and knead thoroughly. Divide the ball of dough into 4 portions, roll each into a long strip and flatten to an HEBREW AND ENGLISH AND THE MYSTERY OF THE HEBREW ALPHABET. By B. C. Law. 22 pp. Privately printed. Miami Beach, Florida. $1. This pamphlet, written by a for1 mer Philadelphia lawyer who nowlivein Miami Beach, represents the findings of a 15-year study based on the belief that English is ; derived not from Anglo-Saxon but I from the ancient language of the .lews. In the 22 Liters of the Hebrew alphabet. Bernard Law claim-, iconcealed the story of the Bible from beginning to end man's redemption and salvation. baking pan. fairly close together, I and bake -til to 45 minutes at 350 F. or till light!) browned. Remove from pan and cut diagonally into I one inch wide pieces Heturn the cuts to cookie sheet, cutside down, and place on top shell of oven to dry ..in or toast mi dry ab minute-. • Jellied Cranberry & Cabbage Relish Salad l package strawberrj or raspberry %  -. latin 1 cup boiling water 1 cup canned whole cranberry sauce 1 cup finely shredded or choplied raw cabbage %  i cup finely diced celery 1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans, optional Dissolve the gelatin in boiling water. When cool add rest of the ingredients in the order listed and turn the mixture into a square pan that has been lightly greased. Chill till set. Cut into l 1 ? inch squares, when ready to serve. No garnish needed,—a good appetite will do. Serve with meat, poultry or fish1)6815. Serves 6. •cooked Cranberry, Apple A 2 p^ Nut Relish berries cleaned and rinsed cran2 large diced, unpel. a PP les cored and % %  : cup wain, food chopper sep"t through the 1 cup sugar el y 3 tablespoons honey Be sure the cleaned ci are dry before puttin|f rries through the food chopper witf? m diced apples. Stir in the ground\ n thickness Place these strips 'chopped nuts, sugar and honey and on a greased cookie sheet or in a 1 chill before serving. Serves 6. .. HI



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NOVEMBER 12. 1954 "Jewlst, fk+tHtr [LEGAL NOTICE E uNDE" F.CTITIOUS WEKBBT cnvtai that "5" ,| K fictitious name ol RKM KKKIClBNCIBH • A, !" \ K 7Srd street. Ml,1 „, ref'ister -'"I nun.with l! f ,|,'%  • i. nil '""'"-I <>' l>"de ISS ld pioNATORB and EfplflNATOBB. Hli Wife Jlvi.l.it Interest '",\xV ...nKKNTINK BIMl KI/iRENTINB. His Wife 3i\i'i-i :'",'-••: vr. 1 v IIKI.MAN KAI UAH ( ,„ Applicanta blil BW 1/3-lM* E UNDER FICTITIOUS .r.fKKKB^OmW th.1 Manecl, ,| --" ""•' nuuK*In lander III! flclll InnHaul." I'l VIAVVMIAN MOTEL, at I88D1 I ..,,!.• Count*, Ma I.I name with the ill i-..in i ..f Dade %  IIKI METER KTF "•' ISADORE LIITER LKNK LIFTER [l LEGAL NOTICE a T O CO WJ V ^"CO^TV JBNNIE RMERMAlf. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All creditor* Mini All Persons Hav IIIK Claims IM Uemandi Aftalnsl Said Beta i • %  You. and each ..r >,,,, are hereby notified and required to prevent any and demanda which you "i eithei of you. ma> hav, against the eetate of JBNNIE SHERMAN dei-eam-d late of Hade Count) Florida ; i" imHonorable Count) Judaea of I ade County, noil flla n„ -.,„,,. ,„ i Hi. ii office! in the County Courthouse in Dade i-..linn. Florida, Ithli Ele r im.n I,.-, from the dai the flral publication hereol Said claims or demanda to contain the legal ad-I ,h "pi H mi and i" b< sworn to and preaented • afoi. HHI will be barred Hi s.||„i the IMS Probate Act PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fc is HKItKHV niVEN thai I ing i" encase in ,, ... i it ionDa in.ol (•SE (|| MR, CASUAL, ,H %  j %  nda to register "with Mi. Clerk Of the 'll rl ,.i 11 id. i 'ountj I i (ill.Wt HOWARD. INC. 1 ;E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS IIKKEHY GIVEN thai %  n| to encase In tltloui name "t K Hi >MES. HI Ciralda Ave ^. mi, -ml I., register with I'L%  'lerk of the < 'ii • u ol County, K1." CUM I. ci 'II. M.III.I.I:TIA MILKS I I:\II..\K fTiH i VINE 11.. i in -j I ii I. I', r :• -, \ 11 |9 i ECOBNE l WEISS Irator ol ih, JENNIE HHERMAN. I ..-, n/;.i .. .i :N A C ^N A C N E D Rv' rORDAOE N C 0 OU N iJ, VICTORIA Hiil.l,,.: BARB. 7'aimlfr "BOROB BARK Defendant _,, N TI CE BY PUBLICATION TO: OBOROE BARR. Defendant, Address Inkn.niii ., 1 1 ARK HEREBY M.TIKIKII that a complain) for divorce hai been riled against you, and you an required Uiaarvaa co PJ of your answer on •i.*.\ i •;'.',"!'" ", """ %  ">. ROBERT ll TRAI RIO. Esquire, 1011 duPonl Building, Miami 12, Florida, and file ioriginal answer in the ofl the lerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 8th da i of I I ihei IS i otherwise the allegation ... nld complaint will be taken nfe SDI^[i.Y VERNYOUR8ELPAC I lated 1 1 tola i R B LBATHERMAN, i 'lerk of the circuit Court By; M ifIREKN, Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 250*7 RE: ESTATE OP ii' J> M B '<* H A N %  I >eccased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE n T ''" %  "•'•by civi-n that I have % %  Jed my final report anil petition for einal Discharge ., Curator and ExecV,,',' .*,.'.'.. "" •-'< %  "• %  "f JAi-K M. B RAH A MR, deceaaed; and that on the ."tii day of November, is:.*, win apply to Hi,Honorable W. F. CI.ANI'IN. County Judse of Dada County, Florida, f..i approval of ~niil final report and for final diM-bara.ai Curator an.I Executrix of th i,,i curatoi and Executrix %  %  II "..i %  :1'.. LEGAL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW *K is IIKRBBY OIVBN thai .,. i inn to snsase in name : HE M W EAR. at I4Sf N W f i. Mian ii"i Ida, Intends to • .' Hi Hi. i 'lei k .,r .: I M,i, i 'ount) IIX-W i: VR. INC a Florida %  ,.w n,i M l.NI'I.ER v\ • I I II. |ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IIKREBY OIVBN that — i IIIK to angasa tbe fictltloua name IllSH SKRVICH .STATI'i.N. A \ ,MIII. •. Miami. Ela ild name i ih tba |: I'll cull Coul 1 "f I lade i .Iila UNI u EHTON BAUABAN IN l:l:i H •V' IKTI >N .mis fbolil lllila M HKRZOO I IIBIl IIBRZOO ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: 'IIKREBY <;IVKN ttat w inn to ,.njcag<' in the fli tltlOUl naiii.' of V\ KR.N*. at IZMM N.W. 7th .li.iiin. I ude County, Kk.i Ida, lid ham*. With tl ''ii. nil Court of I'.oi.nla I i: W IN I' AIN inta Miami, I-''.. i. • CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN >R DADE COUNTY. FLORCMANCERY. No. 173519 IM I.KNER, Plaintiff, v I.KXBR, Defendant TICE BV PUBLICATION i I'M I.KNER I.enue Mew Y-,1 k | • • <|iil| .-.I tO MIA %  i wer to the Hill >>f n I'lalntlffi Attoi ini) i iris Inal Ana* ar In I ha >f tinClerk of this Court on ih day of November 1 the Comptalnt for hi etofore nini asalnat you is i onfeaaed by you. il Miami, Hoi iila, this I'.'th riober, I9A4 i ll LBATHERMAN, '"lerk, Circuit Court of %  'l.County; Elorida I ItlAN COITRNOYER I leputy Clerk ..'I'll, -v of Ml,,l ll, v k\ It I.Vi i\S %  Olyinpia liinldinf [H.-i.l., II -. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 173584 UBOROE HENRY ABRAMS, Plaintiff, I ROME A, A III! \ MS. I., f.ml.; in SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl ROSE A ABRAMS Hicks Sir. i Brooklyn, \,-w York ^ "ii are nereb) notified thai i Bill of Complaint f.,i im filed asalnal you, and you • %  >t your Anawer or I'lead Ins to the BUI of l 'omplalnl ... the plaintiffs Attorney, HENRY \l CAIN, 1518 Weal Piaster Btreel Mi ;. ml, Florida, and file 11 \nsw.i ,,i Pleading In the ofl the Clerk of the Clrcull Couri r before the nth day "f November, 1954. If you fall to ih, -,,. ludsmenl b) def.iuii will in taken sgaJnsI you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published oni • each ,-,-k ( % %  foul ron itive weeks in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al orlda, this tlal da) "f i ictober, A l > ; %  • .i R B LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrcull Court, I lade i 'ounty, Floi I i: M HAWKINS (Circuit Court Real) Deputy il.ik HENRY M CAIN Attorn*) for Plaintiff '..Weal Ftagler St., Miami, l'la. i n V> 11 S 12 19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File A-18585 NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN thai REYMOI'R 7.1" K Kit. holder "f City of North Miami Beach Tax Sale Certlfii ate So 16 i--'iil the n Ii da > "f August, A D I95S, h.ifiled same In my office, anil has mail,, aptdlcutlon foi a tax dei-d to he Issued thereon. s.ii.i Certificate embraces the following described propert) in the County of I 'a, I.-, si,.!.of Florida, to-wlt: lait 5, Block It2, Kiilfor.l B) The S.a Se. K I'lal Hook I". Pass ,n the Clt) of North Miami Beaeb, County "f Dade, State "f Florida The aaaoasmenl of said property under the said certificate was in the rime of: SA.MI'Kl, M. NoECKER, TR. l.'nless said certificate shall be %  '• %  daented an-ording to law, the proparty doocrl b ed herein a'lll be sold to the blffheal blddei al Ihe Court lions,. door "ii the flral Mondas In the month ol i camber, 1954, whli h la the *" %  111 da] "f l mhel. 1954 Dated this !8th da> "i %  tober, 1954. i: H IJCATHBRMAN, i'l..i „ of ii. mi Court, I ade 'ount \. F1 Is B) N %  STERRETT. (Clrcull Com i Seal) I put)' Clerk 10 9 — 11/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693 AUDREY ll.M.I.. Plaintiff. JOHN HAUL l" '• ndanl NOTICE TO APPEAR You. John Hall, General Delivery. Y Refer, Ken! ick! ar hen bj rtotlfl...l thai II suit for dlvon %  hai filed agalnal you, and you are requli ,.,l to sei ve a i o|iy "f youi answi on Plaintiffs attorney, Claude M Barm -. -•': i: Plagler Street, Miami. Fla and file tinoriginal i" the ofl the Clerk of Clrcull Court on or before the L'nil da) "i Deoembor, I9S4, In iief.iuit of which the complaini iii I,.. taken as oiil,.-s...l aKaliisI > on. Iiateii al Miami. Dade County. Florida, this Nth day of ii. -tober. !'•-!. B n LEATHERM \N. as Ctork of Circuit Court, lly \YM W STOCKING, Deputy clerk. |#/ —11/5-1J-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mi, undersigned, desiring to ns ... n %  he fli til urni ame ol I a \l PAINTING, .,' ISC %  \ w in, Mian I, I '. Id %  nti n to n g%  i i name with l ..f the i 'u. nit i 'oui t "f I >ade %  "ounl i. I Im Id ANTHONY NICOI.LEI.A MI'RRAY KAIH'KI.I, "•; on Gi IDDMAN fi ll H.I ISTEIN Attoi i %  iS West I Ii SI Mil Florida II 5-12-1 %  %  NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tin undersigned, desiring to engage In nder I he flctitlou KEO B VR, al ••: So thi isl Mth Stn • %  Mian D ide i "o inty, Florida Intends to red lei aid name Ith the clerk "f the Clrcull Courl ol I lade County, Florida JACK ORi >B HENRY M CAIN Attorne) for Applii anl 2518 W. Plaglei SI Miami. Kla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .--,1,1,., ,-1,.^. ... business under the flctll me ol SID'S BAR, al 2729 B.W Hth Street. mi. ii.i to n MI the ol Ih. I' 1,-uii Court of l lade County, ii. SIDNEY MEDNICK RI'ZANNE MEDNICK MARX PABER Attorni • %  tppHi ..nis Congress I'.lilt 1". 22-W -II 5-19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51646 N'otlee Is hereby glyen Hint NATHANIEL W. SIEGEL, holder as assignee of City of South Miami Tat Sale Certificate Numbered %  >. dated the L'nd day of June. A.D. 1952, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for lax deed to Issue th.-reon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: I-: Mi fi of mo x 1 (10 in SB Cor of N •.:••; ft of \vi. of N\\I, „r NW of SF.l, Less s. 30 fi for i: w. Bectlon _"<. Townahlp .i South. Range 40 Eaat, containing .1 Acre mole or less, in the City of South Miami. County of Dade, stale of Florida. The assessment f said property under the Certificate issued wai the name ol GUH DONALDSON, I'nless said Certificate shall be redeemed | .Inn: to law, lax deed Will iSSUe thereon on the 1st day of December, A.l>. 1964 Haled this 25th day of October, A.D, i: B LBATHERMAN, i 1,-rk "f Clrcut Court, i lade i 'ount) Florida*. By N C. 8TERRET1 t Courl Seal I I 'epul \ i 'lei k 10/29 11 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring i" ens. business under the fictitious name of CASH REG ISTER H \ LEH .>-• SERVICE, al -11 North Miami Avenue. Miami, Kin., intend to register Id name with the clerk "f the circuit Conn of Hade Count) Florida ABRAHAM SCSSMAN merest LEWIS I.ANDE—^ Interest ISK I EL Mil; VMS Attorne) foi Cash Sales & Sei\ Ice L'.'V N I-: 2nd .\ve. n 5-12-19-26 NdTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name of PLYINC DCTCHMEN DRIVE-IN, at •oi N.W. nth St., Miami. Intend to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court "i Dada County, I",., l Ida. OEIIRGE W, SPORE, Jit. W VAN TIEN ll '5-12-19-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underaig I, desiring i" engage In business undei the fictiti ous name of SIDEWALK BAR .v CAPE, at 1613 N.W Mill SI Intends t" register said name mill the Clerk "f the Circuit Court oi Dad,County, Florid* .1 VK i: LAMB KBSHLER .\ GARS Attorneys for Applicant 1792 W, l-'lael. St. in 29 11 5 12-19 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE R DADE COUNTY. FLORI CHANCERY. No. 173553 H KN, Plaintiff 11X 'ii EN, Defendant riCE BY PUBLICATION N MIN CH'KN |V New York. IIEREin M ITIPIED C plaint for Divorce %  i. I .11 | lie nl.'.v f mil von are hereby i copy nl youi \n '' "ill "' 'omplalnl on Plalni I lil. ti, -Iglnal • k ..I the i'ir" il the nth day 154; other* i-,-. a I •• %  1 "iif..--" u di be entei ed hall be publlahed eoce I .' %  i" 1 nseeutive weeks [JI.W ISM Fl.ORIDIAN Miami | H I.KATHBRMAN, 'erk I 'n nil Court "> It M. HAWKINS Deinm I'III k JII.V lit & MULLOY lor I'laintlff '-Hinbling. Miami, Florida ~ H/j-12 Plorida. this Mth NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTH'l" IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring ngage in business undei Ihe fictitious name oi KENT LCGGAGE. al %  %  X h -nd Avei mis In register said rtame wiih the Clerk "i the Clrcull """ ol i lad.i 'ount* l '' r; 1 ',' .,. vi I' \r MIAMI Tltl Ms \M' RAO COMPANY I" 1 "' ,. ., by: STANI.KY ll UJ.SIAN, Presldenl by: ROBERT J. LEW 184IN, s.-.-i elar) ROBERT J LEW IRON Mi.unev I.., MI. 'runb :.' IN COUNTY JUDGES' COIIRT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30619 B RE; KST VTI: "I-' MICHAEL HE1 LBR %  ^^ 'Jl.^r NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL. DISCHARGE M.Tl.'K Is herebj given "'''',",.•,. fil.-.i m) final r ." '. Final I'l-. In'' \' i %  ; \,.' tbe .Mate of MICHAEL HhLLhlL rea and thai -I Ih. let l % %  ''• ember 1954 d opplv "• Ihe 11""" ,;:; PKANK n IUMWU ludae of Dade County. Horld j ,r,.M,l of aaiW final report and f"i "inal dV.'barg"Admlnistral ,;:::" 1 --'!T,...'f r MM, 1 i iH-n-. • ; This ,2nd day M Jl.jl-;., .•;',,. KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorney for Administratrix 10/29 — 11/S-U-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undei signed, dealt Ing to eng lltislness undei tinfictitious name ,,t Al'.l.n MARKET, al 924 Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to t.-i -aid n • with the Clei k "I Ihe i '|ri ull i '"iiii "f I lade Count) Florida. BERNARD IT OOLDPINGER ACDREY ESTHER UOLDKINGER M IRK SILVERSTEIN Attorne) foi Appllcanl 120 i.nnoin Road, Miami Beai h, l la 10/29 M i-12-19 IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 62105-B MYBTLE FlltNITIIti: COMPANY, INC.. ,i Florida i orppratkjn. Plaintiff, EVELYN CRAWFORD, alao known as EVELYN CRAWPORD SMITH. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN TO: EVELYN CRAWFORD, also EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH 2.-.:, N. W. :'ist Street Apartment U Miami. Florida YOU ARE HEREBY ordered and required i" serve %  • V pf your Answer to the CompUUnl filed anamst you in the above Court, on Gilbert i italkin. 112 Congreas Hud.lintf. Miami Florida, Ihe plaintiffs attorney, and files the ".iK.ii.il in tinoffice of the Clerk of the Civil Court "f Record, In and for Had.' 'ount). i I.I Ida, on or before the 10th da) of Decemb. Otherwise the I nationof said Comolalnl "I" '•" ,lk ''" '' "'"'--"I h \ you The %  a-is a sull m repb i N s.M.,1 MYRTLE PCRNITIRE COMPANY, INC., .. Florida eonioratlon. plaintiff, versus, ^"''ia CRAW'rvRD, also know n as K\ ELI M CRAWFORD SMITH, defendant, In whli h ii" plaintiff seeks I <-uv written pleadings t" an action to quiet and confirm title to, and for removal of lien from. the following described p r operty, and other relief: Ix.t 52, of THIRD ADDITION TO I'lNF.HCHST VII.I.A, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Flat Hook •'.. at Page |M of the Public Records of I ade CoUBty, Florida. as above styled, and i" serve %  tint f within the time set forth above, upon S. Hlalr l(.,ss. Attorney fo, ihe Plaintiffs, 1101 HiBulldlng, Miami, Florida, In default of which :i Decree Pro Confesso may be entered agaJnal you. I lated at Miami. Had.Count: id... ihis '.'Tib da) of October, A.D, F rt LBATHERMAN. Clt i k. Circuit Courl "f I'nie County, Florida By WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. %  — 11 5-12-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN that ';,. inderslgned, desiring lo i-iie.,e,. in business under the fictitious name of NT-WAY PRODCCTS COMPANY', Not lm N W Tin %  %  Miami. Fla Intend i" % %  tei said name with the Clerk "f the in, uit i 'onrt ,.f Dade Count). Florida. GEl >Rl IE I. Bl'RTCH WALTER MILLER THEODORE J KAKOWITZ Attorney for Applii (22 Seybold Blag. ll 5-12 -r M.i niLRERT M y'coo.r;Hs iuiiding. Miami. Florida ll/5-12-l-2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisli fkridlian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Phone 2-4366 for messenger service NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703 SAMl'EL 1. STEIN, Plaintiff, vs. PAULINE STEIN, Defendant. 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PAGE 10 B ***'/' tk*Jdia£L FRIDAY Education Bureau Names Groups Bureau <>i Jewish Roacation eon| mittees were thiWeek approved (unction f"r the year 196448, according to ;>n announcemenl b) irMatilda II Ratner, president The ten standing committees • • -upplemenled In .1 special fi ce committee which .1yet must lefine Its objectives and functions, \Ir-. Ratner revealed Personnel committee Includes bbi Irving Lehman, chairman. Max Lipkind, associate chairman, Harry Simonhoff, I>r Her Meyer, Morris Honigbaum and iamin Meyers, Others an Board i license comn : Iman, chairman. Sydnej Green associate 1 bairman ^.-'i I Rabin, Daniel Broad, Rabbi Max K„l Simoi tpril, Di • ph Hum Itz, Joshua Stadlan Hi : Board ol revii v Brei • ... rmai Seyi 11 Lieb chairman, Ginsburg, Rabbi David I and 1 %  i l. Sko| B< 1 II Max M %  Mdl : ... %  %  Pro.sten man Duni Harr> Nathan I Herbert 5 '.\ • %  • • %  K Ji tl %  : Mid Kitzi • Mi 1 I Hen 1 %  M 1 Theater Workshop to be HeadedrrW Hurwitz Sisterhood M Slated for %  ABRAHAM BOSENFIELD M I %  i I> %  wiih hmlal %  SAMUEL FEINCOLD I SI Ml • ill, 11, %  1 a%  • Ui mil %  n Al Al BERNARD SCMRE'DELL %  Mi %  MRS REBECCA MILLER u i' xl • %  1 %  .. \ N. %  DAVID BILV I -. JOSEPH OILMAN Ml Irving Epstein Iris I.crman. Curxon, Lillian Aroaeoa, Bettj got) and Aliens Scher. H u W uIt i stud had at the Yale Dra ma School ami ma also director nl the Sir mac Lake Summer Theater and the McArthur Summer Theater. Ha hai itao directed his own productions at the Providence Playhouse and Cherry Lane Theater in Nan Vort \, K| meeting will be held Wedm -da> evening, Nov. 10, at 8 p m and then ever) Tuesday night thereafter. %  M. ^Prewrlan school F ori Dar Participants „ U tf oames Bertram wj si,, n I*" 1 ff, Siawt-. Phl ''p Rudinc \i r "' furnish the miI paniment CPA Moves OfficgT •ccount ..,-. tau e( ki the removal of ha|j 307. Roper bid. fc2 Eisenberg Unveiling Th< ta lh 1 11th st. will I I he S \t H %  en An I %  J.cbei Unveiling ... : 625 42nd : %  taki 1 ICI • Mt me vith Rabbi Joseph Racko\ k\ officiating Mr Lobe! 1survived Weintraub Unveiling MRS ZELDA CR NSPAN 'I • JACOB RADOMSKV •••OS VOL', e MODFSQLATT N *l I V gttiTOUCJfS! The Aristocrat of Teas NOT JUST TEA BUT TEA MRS IDA GOLDBERG M I MRS MARY FRICOMAN I > Tercentenary Program Womet Grot M Ji : 1 b tarring • laude Rains al its 1. 1 bur idaj evening, 18, 8 30 p m A What M) Kami quiz, based on out standing Jewish women in American history, will follow MrRaj Berrin ia rman, 1I,I charge <>f the Tar centenary program. wifi Row twe sons Louis Hermat Ni '• tw,. Ml Estl 1 S'adler and Mn Bi rth six grandchildren, Mr Lobel apn [ 1 on ce pi as 1 the Hi bn w Ac idi mj. a f the Jev -h Home 1 tl Mi imi V'aad Haka* hrulh Ar in ch irgi • I Pal%  pany. %  Wortman Unveiling 19 North Shore %  di. will • %  14 I" m .,! Mt r k Cen • %  1 ph R i< kovsky, N and Louis A • '! and Isaac Evi r ol Mr Wortman 1survived i>\ his aiii Ziporah; a son M r Miss l>e %  %  and Miss Sabyne Wortman Mr Wortman was a member ol the Mizrachi and Kneseth Israel Con lion \ 1 r a n gements are in Palmer'! Miami M01 u men) Compan) Friends and relatives are asked to attend The dedication ol 1 monument to the memory oi the late Louis Weintraub, formerly of 824 ColUna avi will take place Sunday. N01 14, at 2 p ;n at Mt Nebo Cam etei Rabbi I'. Leon Hum it/ ting Mr Weintraub 1sur vived b) his wife, Ida one daughter. MrRose Feldman; ai l two hildren An angemenl are ; oi Thurmond Monument in! ,: elatives are ti nd Weizmann Memorial L'niversit; .... Amei : Sun %  n H p m in the uppi r loui thi I'M -Midi nt dub 11 atun d will 11 a pn th %  set %  versarj ol the di ath "i Dr. 1 Weizmann Israel's first president Extra Quality. More Cups Per F. Ri-OPENIMG SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 74fh of 4PJ Completely Air Conditioned aac Gellis RESTAURANT %  DELICATESSEN IV # 4 oitlially invitv You to rj A I'niquv Wood t'.• '-v'wnrf in Delightfully Novel Atmos] here ol Ourj Beautifully Der?rc*ori ; 3 n .: 114! WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI OPPOSITE CITY FALL Open Doily 11 o.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 5 p* DHTA1Y LAWS OBSIKVID fUNO KAIUHG CHAIRMIH An Opportunity! TO RAISE MONEY BUILD THE TREASURY •f yvr • ORGANIZATION • YOUTH CROUP • SISTERHOOD Write: THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973 Miami 18, Florida M'ami Convalescent Home LEO ALLEN. Director 335 5*. 12th Avenu. Phones 3-S43T >ng l-era '.o.cfaliimg ,n Car* to '.h E'rtr.K ant Chrnn.caily HI 24-Hour Nursing Srv •c iDfcm OiU Strictly ODirrv.. Prlvatt and Sami.Pnv-U Rooms MtSl od erf n. X J 3 t I piimpn "i* s\uv i-m rtabbl loDb E. Rarltorlrs 145 Michigan Avenue Miami Boacb Phono S 35S5 3 L-" 2r ^ o <;. f the breod % hot's natural good SUNRAYI'ARK HEALTH RESORT HOTtlSANITARIUM %  M KST CONVAICSCfNCB •MB aOWstK CAJU / FfifA/CH BfifAD >p[0C@\ £GC WJSJ\ AUGUST BROS, BRBAP % .*' 4-WITM STMftT. MI*/l|,fita,lOA



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PAGE 8 A Barry College Hosts Medical Workshop Barry (Viege, Miami Shores, h -t.'d the South Florida Section ol the 1954 Medical Technology Workshop here recently under the %  inpieea of the General I (.tension Dhriaion "I Florida. ooperating in the presentation < i the course which i~ deaigned 1. bring medical laboratory technician* upti'.l.it.' on the newe.st vetopmi ntm their profession i. the State Board of Bxamim the Basic Seieneea and the I irida State Board ol Health Instructors appointed for the teen-hour courae .it Bern "' Dr M M Brooke. Chief, ad Mycologj Section, i -Communicable Disease CeoI Vtlanta Ga Dr Sherman KapInti rnal Medicine Specialist, t rat ion Hospital, Dr Nancj Nol ti Miami Heart Instituti Mi i ii Schreiber, Member. B .,ni ol Health, ksonvillc and John M Maw n hemist tor I %  linical l boratories, Miami. Fashion Men Install Otficers Installation of officers of the Mi ami Fashion Council took place at a dinner in the Cotillion room ol the DiLido Hotel Bl M'-""> li, 'uh recent l> At that time. Harold A Scnifl, of Fashions ol Florid his third tern ..preaidenl Other officers include Sam K.mtor and Ufred Gottlieb M<>' presidents. Fd Kolber, treasurer; and Arthur ftoai secretarj New directors include George Steam, Marjorie Parka, Harold \i,,rion w Leon B n MIMT itcia, David Both Norman Rhinehart Mel Warahaw, Arthur S Kahn and Marim Kurmm A public and press preview ol new Ml imi made clothes pre the opening "t the I ashion Council n irk* I wet k i"r resort and hoiidaj w< The Fashion Council's annual market week is being hi id at the DiLido Hotel September if -24. FP&L Report Wins Merit Award MonoPower light Company's 1953 annual report was umnar ol a coveted Merit Award in the annual report lurvej conduct ,.,i b) Financial World, according to Weaton Smith, executive vice preaidenl "1 'he national inv.st men! and buainess pubiication The report will now compete with linahst entries from firms Iboul the I S lor a bronze i ol Industry" trophj An informal t>(>• format, easj to read typographical presentation .„ u i editorial and statistical con tent made the report one of the most outstanding among 5.000 Mb mitted, tl* -' 'ted Titled Bountiful Florida, and looking more like a popular pic lure magaaine than a corporation statdnu nt the report used lavish illustrationol Honda groves fac and beaches t" tell the storj ., phenomenal growth and the parallel increase in FPU. I pow< i producing faciUtiej The unique n port was mailed to more than 35*00 Fl'&L shareholders, investors and ban k ing In stitutions all over the v S earij this year It was senl mai axine style without an envelope, to al FRIDAY ^LNOVEMw following. a fort-. tide stating. %  T tract increasedVtention and boost Florida while economising on mailing costv j chairman of th e £'"" Favorable comment caaoe from ; 'he public relat^-7** press and rastto. statewide. Notionj nation's normally si al interest foruserl on the report'done it again M BAKERY "Uuiivr MakvH h ttett*,* njl HHIS7 INGtEMfNTS m BEST m J ,u THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAMS, VfUM AND ROLLS CN THE BEACH FAMOUS '0 EGG CHAV.m 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-7117 fSeccessers • Partial 'U fcU'-BS \fl Here Comes SVV7FTY.. wm STARTS MONDAY NIGHT NOVEMtEft IS MIGDAL ASHKELON — Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Fmanu-El. inspects a 66-inch reinforced concrete pipe now g used in Israel's irrigational development program. The r. :pes are produced here at the giant Yuval Gad Pipe Factory. nuests of the State of Israel Bond Drive Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman made a comprehensive study of the developindustnes, inspected new irrigation projects and saw Is. s new farms. The two-week tour through Israel was a gift to the spiritual leader made by the congregation on the occasion of his tenth year in Temple Emanu El's pulpit. GESHMOCK! Enjoy it with preserves sugar bom \ rau vegetables u //./


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t MQVEMBER1 2,1954 ^JewistFkrkttan Hillel House jecrated in 3 t Britain IvORK TheChief Rabbi of Cuin, Ihe Wry Reverend [odie has consecrwaja the J2 B'rith Hillel House for C jtudents in Great Brinrdmn to word received at Vnrk headquarters of the frith Hillel Foundations. Loony was performed on [ October 31 |ing at the ceremonies the official opening for ^jse of the six-story struc|j Knd-laigh Street, in Lon^ the KiKht Honorable Lord %  of Court. Representing the lcommission of the B'nai h|li>l Foundatiooi at the exLg, itvice chairman, Dr. H.IIM I. professor of ecos i the University of Michipresenl were Jack Morrind president of the B*nai gstrict Grand Lodge KifKracing Great Britain and Cgeph Gilbert, chairman of E lh Hillel House in [and Victor Mishcon. chair[ tinLondon City Council, pjnt was televised, j-nai B'rith Hillel House i. Jewish students attendirrsitii in London. It reptnother link in the educa(I religious centers spon! li'nth At present bselor.ships on campuses in fv 206 Hillel Foundations lei States and Canada, and lh. 1 Hebrew University in i 'lh' j serve more than Students lurch i-e and renovation of prgian-type structure to firs! B'nal B'rith Hillel inn in Great Britain was r by Mr. Morrison. I advice and assistance was !, ibbi Arthur J. Lelyienal director of the B'nai Ellel inundations. PAGE 5 B Widespread Interest Revealed in Women's Committee Function Here HANDS ACROSS THE SEA Alan Greenberq (left). Fulbriqht scholar from New York, is shown here being welcomed to the opening of the first B'nai B'xith Hillel House established in Great Britain. Greetinq him is Charles Corman, law student at University College. London, who attended the B'nai B'rith Hillel Summer Institute held this year at Camp B'nai B'rith, Starlight, Pa. Widespread interest has been shown in the preparations for the annual fall meeting of the Greater I Miami Chapter, National Women's I Committee of Brandeis University. | The meeting will be held at 1:15 I p.m.. Friday, in the Sea Isle hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, president, announced lhat guest speaker will be Joseph F. Kauffman, adI ministrative assistant to the president at Brandeii Subject of his talk will be "BrandeiUniversity: Its Motivating Force Kauffman is a graduate of the University of Denver, where he was a member nf Phi Beta Kappa and received his Master's degree ;it Northwestern University, lie baa lectured on intergroup relations in various universities throughout the Midwe I Prior to joining the staff of Brandeis University. Kauffman served as manager of Bonds for Israel, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League and staff member of the National Opinion Research Center—all in Denver. During the war. he served in the U. S. Army and saw action overseas with the infantry in North Africa and Italy. Mrs. Harold Turk, program chairman, also has arranged for I "A Dramatization of the Tercentenary" by Mrs. Emanuel Gold* : strich and Mrs. Howard Grove. In charge of arrangements for the event is Mrs. Alexander Ko'gan. [Courses Begin Sholom I I" 1 adull stmill's courses. ril bj Ihe I'T.A. of Tem• opened Nov. 9th, announcement by liiam Yanowitz, adult stuon Tuesday morn'Hi' Prayerbook," "The I' > %  .'• i-li lli-tor> and ('ill r ican Jewish Life," (.•wish Practice in the Be d Heine'' and "He hgua l>. un ler the supervision of |n;d director Sydney J. rg, consisted of members |igious school staff of TemSholom dult studies committee in Yanowitz includes S Pine, president of the Irs Morris J. Gidney, Mrs. kman. Mrs Barry CamerRaiph Cobb, Mrs. Max with Miss Nettie Goldftresenting the faculty. North Shore P.T.A. To Hear Gittelson Parent Teacher Association of the North Shore Jewish Center will hold its first general meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 16. 8 p.m.. at the Center Mrs. Ben Fabric will preside, starting her second term as president. Abraham J. Gittelson, sell no I principal, will talk to the group on Hebrew education and customs taught in the school. Individual parent-teacher conferences will precede the panel discussion centering around the theme "The Parents Ask." Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the Center will install the following officers: president, Mrs. Ben Fabric; vice presidents. Mrs. Philip Jacoby. Mrs Bidney Neross. Mrs. Ale* Friedman und Mrs. Irving Rubin: treasurer, Mrs. Ray Morse; financial secretary, Mrs. Daniel Wagner; record ing secretary, Mrs, Bob Surloff; and corresponding secretary. Mrs, Samuel Pearlman. 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PAGE 12 B *-lf.^istnrrkfiar_ JRIDAY, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ISRAELITE CENTER will hold IJ evenii • al 3 19 Late sen i< I s 15 p m., with Rabbi M %  I preaching on th> I %  Vngi i Saimi will render the n 'rtion• the litui S • rvu es an li Ihe Rabbi discussing the Weeki) Poi tion, Mincha will be al 5 '.5 p.m followed b) SI idos CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) eveninf .! 8 15 p m %  •' %  >knp officiating and IIICJ-"Jt wi-h Pighti rl-or Demoi Saturday mornii include truBar Mitzvah "f ill Lieberman. son "I Mr and MrSam Lieberman 3643 SM '.'• %  i k %  Portion Pan I Hits\.ih will he hosts .it thKiddush HEBREW ACADEMY kill hold evei Saturda nil PS are lam Rabl K\ex in lei cust \t>r..n. % %  • Syn Pi % %  Mincha is al 5 followed be at 8 a n %  and 3 30 p m TEMPLE EMANUEL 3 and %  • %  '• w V/er fl •. thi %  Lehrn er the [ the hi %  Carver Named to Head B'nai B'rifh Youth District 5 %  %  • i i %  ii Jacob J. Lionel %  • II B'l %  I Ri • i %  I am.< ol Ihe mon IT' ni thi youth sen II %  whuh consist D! the ithen ntii states plus the irict ni Columbia There are some 2.500 members BBYO in 33 cities in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina South %  arolina, Georgia and Florida la dllition to his new assignment Carver will retain his post ol Mi,mii Region director His offices will remain at 223 East Flagler ^t Miami. A native of New York City, I ..r ii is a widely experienced social group worker Before joining BB "i < i be was ana supervisor for the I Jewish Centers Association ol Mi ami for three and one hail yearlie had previous!) been associated, .,~ a program assistant, with the Educational Alliance on New York's lower Bast Side and the 92nd St, YMHA ill New York Cit) Carver, 34. is a graduate of the City College of New York and holds the degree of Master "1 Arts from New York University, where he majored in education The B'nai B'nth Youth Organ ition icomposed of three major p m AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE Will hold runt, i Saturda) at 9 a m I %  and i the Weekl) Poi Candleliffhtinff Time KfS^VAN 16 5:15 p.m. T tion Kiddush will follow with Mr v %  Id Kotick act Ihe birth nt their daughter Mincha will !>. %  at 5 p m followed bj will be ,i h ob • .it 8 a m .. %  BETH EMETH CONGREGATION i .1 bold Fi I 8 p.t h i Roch hoir is un%  : i 'ant or \ Co • 12201 N'W BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold l evening -> i VICI Batui : .'. sen %  %  i.n Dail) services %  MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION mil hold I ride) 1 ; it h 30 i Vpnl will disJerry Carver divisions Aleph Zadik Aleph, lor bo) M to 21, B'naJ B'rith Girls, lor girls ot high school age; and B'nai B'rith Young Adults, (or young men and women, 19 to 26 The organisation has a total regis (ration of more than 294100 mem hers through nit the United States ; nd (lanada eon Institutional 'harin and Cantor Befeta ,r will i .iisical t fee ItturgJ Cll i .. 4 so p m followed by I Sh ilos Seudos Dail) re B t : 30 a m and 0 30 p m TEMPLE ISRAEL ml will hold Frida) evening servici H [9 p m dedicated to th ise who made Ihe suprem crlflce m duty with th. Armed Fon e Members oi the Department ol Florida, JM i-h u.,r Veterans, will shs/e In the memorial service Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and d. i UM • From Armistice Da) to Veterans Da) Ke) to our Times • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Frida) evening services al 5 30 p m Saturday morning serv• K 30 a m when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsk) will officiate and preach on th.' them.Worlds i illision Cantor Flshel LotWill under the musical portions of the litUrg) (la-in Tal will be conducted b) Rabbi Swirsk\ al S 49 p.m Mincha is at 4 45 i m followed by Shalos Seudos Juni it -• n us are in Academ) Hall at 10 • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Frida) evening serv30 nd K p m Rabbi Ma) IT Abramowitz will officiate and preach on the topic "Religious in %  : Peace Servici will be • d Armistice Da) Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions me B u Mitzvah ZAMORAH JEWISH CENTER Frida) evenin at 8 IS p bi B. 1 on Hurw it? will ol f iciate and pi i ach on the topic: v 'i s. mitism Its .;.. lings M ill be led b) i hai Ii Strauss, M a r \ i B:4S '. ill be al .") 30 p :n ith a course in Bible pi 1 i • Rudolph Brill will a illii'.WI/ at FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER II h Id Frida) ev< ces .it 5 30 p.m Ri %  Leo Hei ofl -•I i., i 1 a m win n Ri • Heim will i cuss thi Weekl) P lioi nd chant the liturg) Mincha I at 5:3 • followed b) Maarh TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Frida) evening services al H 30 p m dedicated to Armistice D a > Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate, with 11 > Mompas) deput) comr oi the Jewish Wat Vetei ails o| the t nited Slate-, di-cu-Ing: "The Pan JWV Plays in the Development o( Ou r Countr) Cantor,Albert Glantz will render |the musical portionof the litur g) An Oneg Shabbal will follow Saturday morning services are at <• prepared in celebration of the birthdays of Mr. and Mi Leonard KimbalL Saturday morn ing services are at 9 a.m. when Rabbi Okoliea will discuss the \\ i kl Portion Dail) ervkes are ..! 7 IS a m and 7 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening Id • at 5 p m Saturday mom ii are at 8 30 a.m Rabbi mia.fl Pm U YOUlj HOMlj WITH AUTOMATKJ DEPENDAILE ,**"•-. town] FLORIDA POWElJ LIGHT COMPAI n"" CPA Opens Office Charles M. 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PAGE A vjenist, Meridian >k*isHkf*&UL 120 N. E. Sixth Street ^FRIDAY. NO\ During The Week .. .A 8 i s •! Friday, November 12. 1954 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher Volume 2 8 Number 45 LEO MINDLIN News Ed itor His l.iii<*i Honor We welcome the news of Leon Kaplan's election as vice chairman of the Jewish Center Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Announcement oi the appointment in New York City was made even as Mr. Kaplan readied himself here last week to head a large contingent of Miami Jewish Center leaders at the ninth annual meeting of the JWB Southern Section in Houston. Texas. This latest honor comes to Mr. Kaplan after many years of devoted service in Jewish communal and philanthropic activity, both on a local and national scale. Currently president of the Southern Section, he previously held the post of president of the Miami YM and YWHA, as well as of the former Jewish Centers Association. In addition. Mr. Kaplan is now on the board and executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. His emergence as a leader in the national community is the culmination of dedicated energy and love of service and symbolizes his ascent through the ranks of organized Jewish activity. One of the most pressing problems with which Jewry throughout the land must deal is the developing of suitable leaders capable of taking upon themselves the responsibility of guiding the complex patterns of traditional Jewish life as they are woven in a host of American communities. The choice of Mr. Kaplan as vice chairman of the JWB Center Division is thus an accolade to him in the highest sense of the word. We also feel that it is an accolade accorded to Miami, as well. For it marks well American Jewry's recognition of our community as a leader among Jewish communities throughout the nation. JWB's calling upon the talents of such a man as Mr. Kaplan, who lives and serves here, indicates that our city is truly coming of age. Jewish I took > I on ih The Jewish Book Council of America, sponsor for more than a decade of a variety of projects which culminate annually in Jewish Book Month, has this year understandably called our attention to the literary and cultural significance of the observance of the Tercentenary ol Jewish settlement on the North American continent. The Council and its sponsor, the National Jewish Welfare Board, in urging participants to take note of the historic occasion, emphasize that the best way to make the Tercentenary a truly meaningful experience is for Jews to become acquainted with the work of the scholars, historians and novelists who depict Jewish life in America. All of us who identify ourselves with the Jewish community here have a stake in a sound Jewish lire. We can preserve and nurture that life by going to books that cast light on the truly exciting story of Jewish existence in this country. In the Tercentenary, we are indeed given a fortune incentive to acquanit ourselves with the sources of Jewish creativity. Greater Miami will mark the observance Nov. 19 through Dec. 19. Our local book council, under the aegis of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is preparing to take part in the festi val with a host of appropriate exhibits and lectures No one can afford to miss participating in this most worthy venture. Heshvan 16, 5715 Warning Aliouf liincrr Dade County Unit of the American Cancer Society is currently engaged in a campaiqn to sensitize Miamians to the need of periodicmedical examination as a major tactic in the light against cancer. Two very important fact are being brought to liqht by the local unit. One is that people should refrain from fatalistically putting off frequent check-up because they feel that, once stricken by the dread disease, they are "doomed and nothing can be done in any case.'' Startling statistics indicate that, found early and treated properly, cancer can be arrested. The other fact with which the local organization hopes to impress Miamians is specifically directed toward men, who operate according to "I lM <*k-| %  y LI0 MINDLIN ordinary p< ls t mortem %  %  went during theVai ,„,^ lion Itut tli.' election! wen far from unintelligent neff rv(i3| extent, the) were predJctabta And one is, .,rif x '"^hl concerted over tinoutcome at all. that the Republic""*' 1 lf M THIS IS NOT HindMftfu) ha* valav pei ience seamed u AN < Mjn. nintcl Ihey did. (wtfZj Injuring the luxury of hindsight thou, the ,, K .rif column iw examine the urprn-intelligence ol tL v cPur Pn Pa> t mm There One : '• ''Itqj 1 make ipecifk reference to the Jewry found itself employed as a principal issue no special sensitivity manifest in this observation ol ,i peculiarly morbid way about writers j n n„. y who leek equalb morbid relationships between current at la i Sn far as the election i> concerned, however need be particularly dense indeed if he failed to n i tiit< trafl>^ fore especially disconcerting that they should have f*P aarrea editorially in this manner. One cannot attribute it one can only regard it as acute sociological sensitivity. For the fact remains that Republican aspirants looiM American Jew unquestionably as a Jew. primarily, and e his Identification with Zionist philosophy must ,h, ri ''"" M | To the pn.state Department Republican, this could OBlJ !" American Jew acts according to any principle loticena with Israel's interests Bul the onus here for such conclusions hardly real bent Administration alone, it rests, as well, ;t > J '",'" t0f inj met the onslaught for rotoa virtually 00 the campajgr.^^a New York Tercentenary officials, for example, publicly ^ their dinner would serve as ., lilting occasion for tn e P" sympathetic Presidential statement on Israel ^ And Naders of major Jewish organiMtM'iis. "' (i,f> ".' hlB a| obvious politicking in Paris, albeit in a minor key <'^^| ran grounds when the State Secretary deplaned in > ^j document proved a self-degrading answer to hine% ^ sidereii poUey remark. That it was met with 8l enc *"Lt|iL and with yet more strident politicking on the other, pro ^^ Henceforth it will be a difficult thing, indeed, to Vf* h no "Jewish vote."