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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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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
Ejg 28 Number 46
[Drive for funds Revealed
iunt Sinai Hospital to Launch
$3,500,000 Building Campaign
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, llsT
PRICE: TEN CENTS
A
jibing to ;m age-old con-
,.: each man's well-being is
,,, concern, the Jewish
i Greater Miami plans
and boldly expand its
.. n ices
,-iil fund drive will soon be
fcd in lln- area to raise ap>
$3.51)0.000 (or con-
inw Mt. Sinai Hos-
jOO-bed structure is to be
llins l>land. adjacent to
F hospital.
I resident Max Orovitt
ey r Myers, president of
[,- Miami Jewish Federa-
Hi statement this
deliberations of
. onunittee of both
ili major deci-
n i orovitz revealed
h the 1958 CJA drive for
and the hospital build
-ii are being eoor-
as to assure maximum
i Ii
new hospital building is
solution to the growing
I Mow to meet the Deeds
i nur community,'' said
pointed out that the
Nautilus hotel pres-
bj Mt Sinai Hospi-
interided to remain
I in use as I hospital.
rig will be construct
nil-ration of the fu-
i rth of Greater Miami, he
I
ciala envisioned the
tiding as a modern scienti-
|r providing the most ad-
and up-to-date medical
fcnl ..rid appliances the meet
of patients from all sec
Greater Miami com-
the beginning, joint corn-
anting Federation
hospital wore meeting in
intimation to discuss the
the hospital's plan for a
1 ing, costs, timing of the
Icntinued on Pag* 2 A
merican Jew is Seen Endangering
Egyptian Community; Anti-Semitism
Develops From Nazi-Like Publication
NEW YORK-The activities of
an American propagandist lor the
Arab cause in the Middle Bast has
the Egyptian Jewish com-
munity in ,i difficult position, ac-
cording to reports received from
Egypl by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
In an interview published in the
English language "Egyptian Ga-
zette" of Cairo, Alfred Lilienthal,
oi Washington, D. C, author of the
pro-Arah hook. "What Price Is-
rael," publicly proposes that repre-
sentatives of the Egyptian Jewish
community come to ih United
States to propagandize against
Zionism.
Reliable sources, the League de-
clared, report that the Egyptian
Jewish community is In a state of
trepidation as ,i result oi Lilien-
Ihal's plan, which he proposed
after a meeting with Egyptian
Prime Minister Gamal Abdul Nas-
ser.
Egyptian Jewish leaders fear
that Lilienthal's meddling in the
Middle East jeopardizes the exis-
tence of Jewish life in Kgypt and
other Arab states. Max J. Schnei-
der, chairman of the ADL Eastern
Region hoard, said. The "Egyptian
Gazette" quotes Lilienthal as say-
ing:
"I have visited the Arab refu-
gees and I have pledged myself to
defend their case and continue to
support them until they return to
their homes. The Jews of Egypt
can do a lot to combat Zionism.
They can make propaganda against
it in the United States, f will meet
the (".rand Rabbi and talk to him
about the services which can he
rendered by Egyptian Jews in this
field. A mission of Egyptian Jews
should leave for the I'nited States
and enlighten American public
opinion on the generous treatment
and the equality and freedom
which Jews enjoy in the Arab
countries. I will also suggest that
the Jews of the I'nited States
A
merican
Ambassador to Israel
Presents Credentials in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli-
American friendship is important
to the free world. Edward B. Law-
son. new American Ambassador to
Israel, told President Itzhak Ben
Zvi this weekend as he came to
President Ben Zvi's residence in
Jeru-alem to present his creden-
tials. It was the first time an
American Ambassador has present-
ed his credentials to the Israel
Chief of State in this capital.
After handing his credentials to
the President in a colorful cere-
mony. Mr. Lemon told Mr. Ben
Zvi that before leaving lor Israel,
he had received a letter from Pres-
ident Eisenhower expressing the
"earnest hope that my mission
would strengthen the close ties al-
ready existing between our two
countries. You may be sure that
death of Israel's first President.
Dr. Chain) Weizmann. He told
President Ben-Zvi he had met Dr.
Weizmann in South Africa about
most in my mind and will light my
way in nn stay in this country."
(From Cairo came word over the
weekend that the Arab League
states, angered over quasi-recogni-
tion of Jerusalem as Israels capi-1 25 years ago. and "he left an un
tal byihe Ambassadors of the Unit I forgettable impression on me.
ed States. Great Britain and the
Soviet Union, have suggested to
Jordan that it designate the Old
City of Jerusalem as a "second"
capital. Jordan's capital is in Am-
man, but some Arab League die-
hards advocate that Jordan move
its Foreign Ministry to Jerusalem.
Lebanon also this week appealed
to the Pope at the Vatican for in-
' tercession in the latest move to
stop the recognition of Jerusalem
as Israel's capital city.)
Mr. Lawson pointed out that the
date of his arrival here. Nov. 2. co-
At
that time. Israel was only a dream
and I had no idea that some day I
would represent my country in the
Continued on Pag* 10 A
.'hould send a mission to the Arab
countries and see for themselves
those privileges."
Earlier. Lilienthal declared, ac-
cording to the Egyptian newspaper
account, that Secretary of State
Dulles must take action at once to
implement the 1947 resolutions re-
garding Palestine. "The alterna-
tive," Lilienthal was quoted as say*
m^. "is eonflict, the responsibility
for which must rest with the I'nit-
ed States lor its role in creating
Israel."
At the same time, it was reveal-
ed th.it Lilienthal's book has been
translated and published in Arabic
! by an Egyptian firm. The Arab
translation carries on its cover a
cartoon strongly resembling some
oi the old Julius Stretcher carica-
tures of (he Jew The cartoon
shows a Jewish stereotype, with
I long hooked nose and claw lingers,
, Waiting for a piece of meat shaped
' like Palestine. This is being hand-
' ed to h.m by a waiter with one cuff
1 decorated with the American flag
and the other cuff decorated with
Great Britain's Union Jack.
Lilienthal apparently has no offi-
cial association with any American
Jewish organization. An inquiry
made to the office of the American
Council for Judaism brought the
response that he has been a nomi-
nal member but is not connected
with it in any official capacity
either as a volunteer or as a mem-
ber of its staff.
The propagandistic advantage
currently afforded the Egyptian
government by this publication is
considered tremendous according
to informed sources who estimate
that Col. Nasser's new anti-Jewish
policy can find excellent rationali-
zation in Lilienthal's book.
I
JsWS*
g5B E^nhowerwilPDe- fore- incided With the anniversary of the
Intellectual, Commercial Interest Motivate Study
Details on Atomic Development
Revealed by Eban at United Nat ons
Max Orovifi
Week's Iss
ue
IS'oge
ports
Hollywood
Mindlin
Sporti
Tercentenary
Washington Seem
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) De-
tails of atomic development in Is-
rael were for the first time reveal
ed here by Ambassador Abba
Eban. br.,d oi the] rael delegation,
In a lengthy address delivered be-
,,.,. ,,. united Nations Political
Committee outlining Israel -
[on the "atoms-forpeace" plan now
under discu ision.
Mr Euan pointed Qul that "Is-
rael is both a contributor to the
Universal sum Of theoretical and
applied nuclear knowledge. M*
so a prospective beneficiarj ol the
now potentialities" He emphasi*
ed that the number of *>
and chemists in Israel engaged in
theoretical and applied research is.,
in relative terms, probably as high ,
as in any other country ta the
world. He also stressed the tact i
,iu; i ra \'t "d epeal Interest" In
atomic i nergj Is due to the fact
thai the < tuntry faces heavy tasks
,i economic and social progress
with a notable lack of any cheap
source ui tuel or electric power.
ii,,. e two faetors, Intellectual
,nrl scientific interest and prac-
, .i | ed, both existing in unusual-
lj intense deg..... n i< mined
I,ra.r- preoccupation with this
problem from the earliest days ol
the atomic decade." Mr. Eban said.
"As the Committee is aware, our
first President, Dr. Chaim Wei*
maun, was concerned both as a
scientist and as the architect of a
nation, with the problem of com-
pensating tor natural deficiencies
by the results of advanced re-
search This theme guided much
Continued on Page 10 A
''>','* f//Jf' '''
.
Lurid caricature of lew carried on front cover of translation of
"What Price Israel" shows him with long talons waiting to re-
ceive a piece of meat representing Palestine from two out-
stretched hands. On the cuff of one is the Stars and Stripes,
and on the other, the British Union Jack.


PAGE 2 A
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FRIDAY,
^OVaiBQ,
33,500,000 Mount Sinai Fund Drive Revealed
structure- of todly
Continued from Pago 1 A
[.-(irch pro-
if I ho state.
<, ,n order to develop a clear of ""
en.ss section of opinion tr... .he vs.. ot healthJUKI
ent.re Jewish commun.ty Kran.s in th.s pert
Reviewing the background of Omvilz revealed that the old Nau
the plans of Mt Sinai hospital in ,. ,, -, oioperty. formerly owa-
regard to the proposed construe- ed b> the Federal lOWl
tion program. Ornvitz declared at a
City of Mi
from
building program, relationship of
the hospital's capital fund drive to
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation and its Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, community participation and ^q program. Orovftl declared ..t a |,,t.-r cuntreyed '"'
long-range plans developing an ^((ln, me^tlng f Krxleration and ;,mi Reach by deed, had been, in
integrated program for the chroni- H,1Npi(a| repre-,-ni..ii\e- on a*Bf turn, leased t" V s'nal hospital
calls ill 11. 1954: "Tnuteea oi the hospital L'nder certain stipulations, the hns
Representing the hospital at!nj\< don.- considerable thinking p,ta| .,. cbhaed to begin con
these session! were Baron de regard tag the need of a new build- st ruction of a nW addition OB Coj
Hn-ch Meyer. Leonard Wien. Oro- jng n h.is become increasingly i,nv inland with a minimum of 120
vitz. (ail Weinkte Emil Gould, ciear thai .. new hospital structure her), w thin a r-riod <>( five years
Gerald Lewis and Samuel Gertner, established on Collins island an.l ,. i>48. in order that
ex officio. Representing Federa- m ,.. ultra-modern faeflities ii m Sinai could eventoallj
tion were Myers. Dr. Kurt Peiser particular!) required at this liane." nland.Collins bland
Sam .' Heiman. Sidney Lefcourt He stress I thai the capital ;in,i John's Island According to
Harold Thurman, Sidney Birnbaum funds project would nol plan- an) Orovitz, extension "t lime was
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenber burden on the community, secured in which to begin construe-
ration director, rx officio but th n Collins Island, or until
From time to time, ottw en- provide expai cal and re- 1957
es participated in the discus- habilitative services [or all kind-
TV*
Sinai hosPltal tow2jii
our community," u^
dared.
"We must buna
a'Mity and statavj1
n a whole new carry forward long-range Programs I !">; treat, m,
,1 .scientific research for the bet-1 ^ hr,,ef health ~
rment oi medical care in all its "''!enSp f Feder,
ihases." said hoapital officials.
With vision, courage and faith,
our community must prepare to
Miild again."' said Myers and Oro-
rltJ in their joint statement. 'This
program is a call to greatness It is j
the most ambitious undertaking
envisioned by a Jewish community
in Greater Miami and it is for our
generation to make our contribu-
tion now to the health and welfare
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Changes in Traditional Marriage
Contract Presented by Conservatives
\K\\ YORKThe et..hh-hment
. nfi rence on Jets ish law
!. th Din a as announced
:... Ult) "f "
5. minarj ol v
Assembly of
A
nt confer
instrument within
live movi ment f"r all
ll wish laws
i man
1
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IM LLETIN
\K\\ YORK u\s Ortho lox
throughout thi-
li- up in
against the establishment by
- Rabbinical Assemblj of Amer-
nj .1 rabbinic court. Beth Dm.
: th< institution ol changes in
traditional ketubah, 1 act Orthodox oppo.si-
m .i- sharp and Immediate after
plan was fir--t made known
le Orthodox Rabbi', cautioned
the Conservative Rabbis were
competent to make basic changes
1 the marital obligations and th.it
j lacked authority to establish
Beth r>m Th< e Rabbis warned
either submitting or
cognizini these revisions intimat-
i ih..t. it necessary, they would
-ue a decree, banning mat
in Orthodox and Conserva-
Jeu In more extreme Ortho-
'..1- talk ol ex
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a takkanah for the ketubah, the
ontract, worked out by
Professor Saul Lieberman, Dean "t
Rabbinical School and Profes-
soi oi Talmud
Under the contract, the bride
and groom agree to recognize the
B'th Din set up by the Seminary
and Rabbinical Assembly, as "hav-
ing authontN to counsel us in the
light of Jewish tradition which re-
quires husband and wife to give
euch other complete love and de-
\' it ion."
At a press conference at which
the new procedure was discussed,
Dr Louis Finkelstein. Chancellor
01 the Seminary, said. "We antici-
pate that the effect of the new tak-
kanah will be to strengthen Jew
i-h home life through marriage
Counselling to inculcate a pro-
found sense of family resPOastMl-
r**r
ire "i the dramatic
m ,. the broadening ol the
Miami's health fa-
cilities It was stated bj Myers that
th i"int plan was m accordance
with Federation vote as the cen-
,:id financing
ater Miami Jen ish
communit)
1 Mir joint partnership with Ml
Sinai is destined to lead to greater
ii oi both agencies and to
the ultimate benefit ol the com-
munit) .it lar |< he said, address
recent meeting ol the Fed
era tion board "i governors
"Ml Sinai will continue t" dedi-
cate it-'-1! as .1 non sectarian hospi-
tal to the humanitarian concept "1
t the sick regardless "f race,
color, or economic status, and to
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some of the abuses current at the
present time.''
Explaining the reasons for the
present modification id the ketu-
bah. and for the establishment of
the Beth Din Rabbi Harry Halpern,
president ol the Rabbinical Assem-
bly >t America and spiritual lead-
ei cil the Hast Midwood Jewish Cen-
ter Brooklyn, N Y said that grave
consideration was given to all the
problems involved in this change.
' For 4.000 year- -aid Dr Hal-
pern, "the Jewish laws ol marriage
and family welfare have been de-
signed to protect the rights of bus
band, wife and children. In the
American milieu today, the home
ol more than 5.000.000 persons of
the Jewish faith, there has been no
authority having power to prevent
abuses oi the traditional law.
"Our position here, and the au-
thority under American civil law
oi the practicing rabbi in American
communities, necessitated the es
tablishment ol a Beth Din and the
creation ol a marriage contract in
which both bride and groom place
themselves under its jurisdiction,
if we are to prevent even such Dag-
rant abuses oi Jewish law by the
unscrupulous as. for example, the
refusal to Issue a divorce, after a
Civil decree has boen granted "
The new marriage contract has
been adopted by a resolution of the
Rabbinical Assembly, an aiaocra-
tion of more than 500 rabhi-
Choir Being Formed
Israelite Center this week re-
vealed plans to organize a choir
that will assi-t at Sabbath and holi-
day services Victor VickneSs la in
charge of the new project
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)AY. NOVEMBER 19, 1954
+Jenisi. fkirildliiain
PAGE 3 A
iv. McKeldin to Address Tercentenary
ier Observance at Satis Soud Dec. 4
:.. Then.'oiv K. SMe<'1. I Maryland, will !>< lei Levin, Harrj Simonhofl
at a dinner on
celebrating the
and
ioal speaker at a dinner en George J. Talianoff. vice "chain
Way l||( 4 celebrating the and Ma* C. Gettin ei ,.. ,r>
rican Jewish Tercentenaijr. j Nearly 50 separate organizations
pouncemenl of Governor Mc-(w.ll combine then efforts m the
acceptance of the invita I culminating event on Dec A cele-
lo address leaden of Greater | hratins settlement ol the tirii Jew
Vt Jewish community was Ish colony In New Vork 300 years
public by Rabbi Joseph R. ago.
^ It is expected thai Governor Mc
Keldin's addn win be parti
corned with civil rights An effort
la being made to secure a promi
nent personality in the I's Navy
Department to participate in the
program.
by Rabbi Joseph R.
I. chairman ol the local Ter-
inarj Committee.
e dinner, to be held at the
Souci hotel, will launch "Ter-
W'eek" in Greater Miami
period which will include oh-
hnces bj local and national or-
ations in this area,
sisting with program arrange-
|t. will be officers of the local
ii B'rith Executives
Orlando Conference
ecutive committee of the Flor-
deration of B'nai Brith
is will meet at the San Juan
mdo, on Saturday, Nov.
[. Sunday* Nov. 28, it has
announced by Sidney M. Am
,i B'rith president.
two da) sessions, which will
, at 8:30 p.m., will hear
kit. 1 committee chairmen on
i B'rith activity, in-
j !: A n I i Defamation
Bin Hillel Foundations, B'nai
fh Youth Organization, In-
\i- Judaism and Veterans
icanism programming.
|nai B'rith n presentatives from
i lorida are expected t>>
id Ii. two-da) meet, which will
I illowing a luncheon ses-
on Sunday,
Hurt .1 Balkln, Florida ADL
fctor, i- State B'nai B'rith Fed-
loi secretary and is receiving
\- from B'nai B'rith lead
in Florida at 330 Seybold bldg..
Theme of the nationwide cele
bration which began early in Sep-
tember and is scheduled to con-
tinue for 300 days until May, 1955,
is '.Mans Opportunities and Re
sponsibilities Under Freedom."
As a prelude to the dinner cele-
bration, synagogues and other re
ligious institutions throughoul
South Florida are expected to des
ignate Friday, Noi 26, as "Ter-
centenary Sabbath." There will be
appropriate sermons and discus
sions featuring a lie-in with the
Thanksgiving holidaj period begin-
ning Nov. 25.
Local organizations have been
engaged, since Sept. 12. In a wide
variety ol educational and aesthet-
ic projects dedicated to the Tcrcen
tenary theme Among the more
popular programs sponsored in this
area were book reviews dealing
with Jewish contributions to the
nation's arts, sciences and educa-
Bernsteins Play Host
Mr and Mrs, F Bernstein will
play host at a dinner on Sunday
evening, Now 21, f> p.m., in the
Beth El Auditorium, 500 SW 17th
ave. Proceeds are for Beth El Acad-
emy.
P
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YORK (AJP; Philip Slcmo-.itz*: Uc), publisher of The
il Jewish News end one c'. the founders cf the American
Bociation c! Enrllah-Jewith Newspaper, accer's u spscial
pque in recognition of di-'. .'inshed service rendeied the
Bscciation during the post ten ) ecus. Ben N^ustadi (center),
|itoi cf The Ohio Jewish Chroni.le, and Fred Shochet. editor
i he Jewish Floridian and president of the Association, are
n presenting the plaque in behalf cf the whole membership,
be plaque was presented Slomovitz during the semi-annual
Invention of the Association executive committee held at the
cAiphin Hotel in New York on Nov. 11 and 12.______
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Gertner Attends Florida
.Blue Cross Meeting
3 sj I I 111 J 111
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor ol Mounl Sinai Hospital, and a
director of Blue Cm-, ol Florida,
attended the annual meeting of
the active members of Blue Cross
Of Florida. Inc. held at the Colon-
nades hotel in Palm Beach Shores
Wednesday.
The meeting included represen-
tatives ol the 122 genera] hospitals
In Florida, which participate in the
Florida Blue Cross Plan. Annual
progress reports of the president.
treasurer and executive director
were followed by election of direc-
tors to fin vacancies on the board
and an open discussion of hospital
and plan activities.
The annual meting f Blue
Wo-, hov"jruls w;a< heM in con-
junction with the annual meeting
Of the Fioiidii Hospital Associa-
tion. Samuel Zibil, assistant direc-
tor, and Samuel Farber. assistant
i director-comptroller of Mount
Sinai Hospital, also attended the
meeting.
Thanksgiving Dance
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a Thanksgiving dance at
the Algiers hotel on Nov. 21, 9 p.m.,
according to an announcement here
by Reggie Gladstone, chairman. ,
Gov. Theodore McKeMin
tion, discussion groups, forums.
luncheon meetings, films, sermons,
musical programs and pageants.
Arrangements have just been
concluded with the National Broad-
casting i ompanj tor the major Ter-
centenarj network television show,
The Ballad of Jacob Stein," on
Thanksgiving afternoon, 5 p.m..
Eastern Standard Time.
Tercentenary exhibits and dis-
plays are planned in Miami and
Miami Beach during the forthcom-
ing Tercentenary Week
Some 500 person- are expected
to attend the dinner program at the
Sans Souci t i hear Governor Mc-
Keldin
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Friday. November 19. 1954
Volume 28 Number 46
Heshvan 23. 5715
Washington Recognizes Jerusalem
United States Ambassador Edward B. Law-
son's presentation of his credentials to Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi at Jerusalem represents a major
Israeli triumph.
Time was when late Ambassador Davis re-
tained from attending an Israel-sponsored ex
hibit in Jerusalem because our State Depart-
ment feared that his presence at an official
function there might be misconstrued by the
Arabs.
Indeed the Jewish State's original announce-
ment seme two years ago that :: was moving
its capital from fel Aviv to the Holy City met
with Arab League-sponsored opposition
Mount Sinai Isrows
Joint announcement this week by the Greater
rmi Jewish Federation and Mount Sinai Hos-
of a S3.500.000 campaign for expansion of
the hospital's present facilities will mean much
.: -..'- :: ty
we are reminded of the fact that
inai is but a few years old a decade
pawed since its establishment
already well on its way toward
I one of the South's finest and largest
;ns.
This reflects admirably on the growth of
G.-eater Miami, as well a on the community's
health consciousness. Every available iota of
energy has been employed to brina the hos-
pital to its present status. But Jewish leaders
are considerately aware that the city's further
anticipated expansion must be met with a
health program capable of matching that ex-
pansion.
The S3.500 000 camrxrian. it is encted. will
6 rowing medical needs of Miami's resi-
gns call for a new buildinq site on
v ad:acnt to the hos-
itilus hotel.
not
lable
ft also i
:-s?ive re-

c-v.- rriedi-
:
The larqer result of this expensien can only
be to reflect credit on our community as a re-
nowned center for scientific =*udy.
Miami welcomes this week's announcement
cs vet another example of its continuing
growth.
throughout the world. From the beginning, no
representative of a government with immediate
interests in the Near East felt comfortable doing
business with Israel in Jerusalem.
The at times ponderous diplomatic structure
foreign embassies developed to straddle the
Tel Aviv-Jerusalem issue gave rise to a bitterly
humorous international situation.
We think it a good thing that the United
States finally recognizes the Holy City as Is-
rael's official capital. This means that the gov-
ernment of the Jewish State must no longer
expend energy convincing world opinion that
Jerusalem is. in fact, what others have been
regarding heretofore merely as theory.
It also indicates tacit acceptance of a basic
Israeli argument that Jerusalem, a traditional
symbol held sacred by Jews through 2,00 years
of exile, today actualizes the fulfillment of the
Zionist dream and that the State of Israel could
not possibly be considered complete if its seat
of government were situated anywhere else
but in the Holy City.
We believe that Israel's original move there
was courageous in the extreme and well re-
flected the doughty little nation's general cour-
age in its battle for independence. Facing Is-
rael as opposition, in addition to the Arab
League, were the voices of two major world
religions, which also look upon Jerusalem as
the source of their faith.
Ambassador Lawson's presentation of his
credentials to President Ben-Zvi in Jerusalem
thus does much to let all these opponents know
that the reality of the situation must be accept-
ed and that Israel's capital city can no longer
be used as an issue in the hot Near East con-
troversy.
Sealing Mr. Lawson's mo/e last week was
British Ambassador John Walter Nicholls, who
also presented his government's greetings at
Jerusalem.
The Lebanese government several days ago,
as spokesman for the Arab League, appealed
to the Vatican for its assistance in opposing
latest Israeli triumph. Arguing that "Israel
possesses no right of sovereignty over Jeru
sclem." the Lebanese added that the American
and British recognition "constitutes a defiance
of the will of the civilized world."
It seems amusing for us in the extreme to be
made aware that the Arabs now look upon
themselves as representatives of the civilized
world.
I Egyptian Xazfc?
Eleven Jews are now arrested in Cairo and
Alexandria on charqes of alleged espionaqe,
and Eavotian leaal authorities are demanding
the death sentence.
According to London's "Manchester Guard
Ian," the accused have been thusfar denied
the riah* of <~ommunicating with their attorneys-
cne of the Jews is reported to have committed
.de.
The '-".--.<-- of e*oionaae nre^urnnu'" sikj-
Egypt is honeycombed with "Zionist
spies."
know that a good deal of this bitter news
td m with the current Arab-Israel contro-
.-. Eut we can't help wonderinq what role
so many former Nazi.", now In Cairo and Alex-
andria os m'litarv exoerts bolsterinq Eayot's
r>oor!v trained and enuinned armed forces, are
playing in the anti-Semitic purge.
Too much of these reports reminds us of
Germany's heyday under Hitler.
During The Week ...a. i s,,
y LEO MINDLIN
ON SUNDAY evening at Beth David RyaafMH .
meeting <>f the Coral Qabtea and Miami Zionist Dist essdj
bership campaign currently going on throughout the'"'' *'''
national rise president, Rabbi Usher Kirschbium na,lon-'h
patientb waiting to dlscilSi with the assembled v',J?1 at m>
crises besetting the organization at this mnent very "H
Rabbi Kirschblum had spoken at a number of i
local Zionut
tions during the previous week and was yet to aDoe
meetings here before leaving Miami. I recalled his 11 '",l*
ist breakfast at the Biscayne Terrace hotel last m^ Ml,'
of his delivery and the cogency of his oratorical ahiiaL?: ,hf *
what uncomfortable. "^ at,
Yet. somehow. I carried forward What I had to
enough. I suppose, and clear, as well. My principal araTU?*!
leadership in the American-Jewish community had falLm^**'
the emergence of Israel as a fact on the international J?*
tried, specifically, to impress my audience with the Droo?t*,l
intelligent leadership remains a fundamental prerequu^T**^
to be accomplished security of the Jewish State

IN THIS regard. I brought to the audience s attetfooi ti.
ing VS. foreign policy in the Near East and indicated OmhII
was only what it seemed by contrast rather than a speeifJfc
form of action assumed by the present Administration trml*
which previous Administrations had been identified.
In fact. I recalled, the late President Roosevelt c
Saud his "dear best friend" and carried on an ardent coni
with him. Among Mr. Roosevelt's affects at the Hyde Parks*
a dagger sealing their companionship. This ift from the ArTy
was sent to FDR when the President indicated by mail that 1
learned more about Jewish aspirations in Palestine Irnmlhnw?
ever he had before through his various contacts with Jewish n
America
("remarked that this was little different (Ton Mr Dulles"a
df gifts with the politically late lamented General Naguib w|
State Secretary presented the former Egyptian with a set oft*
made pearl handled pistols immediately before his return toll
ton from the Near East and his pronouncement that he balsa
more about the "Jewish problem" and Israel as a result of a30-isI
in the area than he had during ten previous year- in Washmta
In fact. I recalled former President Truman's reluctance m
m/c the emergence of the Jewish State and his last-minute hi
underwrite the rebirth of Israel as a political expedient prwl
setting out on his 1948 barnstorming election drive
Here, too, I remarked that this was Ihtle different froatsi
the American Jewish community witnessed in early Novesfcr.l
when the Republican Administration, in the face of a pnvAntil
Eastern policy, expressed its unalterable love for Israel as n
capfiring the "Jewish vote."
IN EFFECT, I was trying to say that the classic anti-Isnd
entertained by world opinion, unswerving for 5.000 years, is MS
to American Jewry only because its leaders have relaxed theirsfl
given up their idealism and Zionist philosophy to the professisfH
raisers and daaartod the bastion of intellectual fundamentalist i
One readily granta the unchallenged import..i r.- of fundaH
drives (or Israel. I remarked, but these can never -jtistitutehrl
tion.il Jewish thought. In essence, mj argument concluded tsl
decline of Zionist adherents in the American community wastes*
ist possibla blow to Israel a- severe at least a- the declineM
campaigns and the "new" attitude of the I S si ti p. partroeatsl
the Near East
This ideological base formed a splendid jumping off poiatt
address I delivered on Tuesday evening before the Parents'/
of the Hebrew Academy. There. I discussed the Biblical i
modrn thought in America and England. My problem in tin
was to divorce the evaluation of European Jewish society-ahe*
timately bound up with its spiritual sourcesfrom the rest of*'
tinental milieu bent, during the last 500 years, on emancipitBI
on throwing off from Its shoulders a dark religion- history.
So that, it became clear, the Renaissance brought to I
Europe a humanistic enlightenment with new relationships setdisj
man and the achievement of his earthly destiny; while forte"
brought the romantic Chassidic movement and strange. of*
ously violent, battles over traditional Judaism
IN ENGLAND, the Bible became a principal souita of
under the microscope of deistic philosophy. This scientific
brought to religion and never properly defined, meant s
the gulf between man and God and found its high point i"'1
romantic pantheism
In America, transplanted Puritanism of the New ^"fl
did mil achieve its lowest descent from severe Hiblical idenuw
until the early 20th century, when violence in society and artl
a religious revival as it subsequently has throughout theWesW
I could find n.. sjaaclfll base here for a talk Ml ci\i\ l'1"^.
t" give Thursday before veterans" group at ,l,""t'u-' Li,
would l>e the i win of an American to I" he'd in *"^
accepting constitutional safeguards The chief nw .,
column i- limply to demonstrate the humorous i"M'"'nl"
writers a) tiCM, fmd themselves that they an i Oted "P"
l"U
wlul
. -------- no iii.-rnt linn j *-
,t ., "lmi'.'h in various and sundry subjects to pn* ,>"'nvfn
/*,' credulous public and t,, pi) their scant knowledge u[xitne-
SpMfc "' l"i-"iis truly seeking information
See, Israel is attacking us again"
Zionism, foreign diplomacy, an asskAtBBolog) ,l,,r'^dJ\sii
metamorpssMfa in the face of historical change, leg****
civil hbcrties-what will you have?


L unVFMBER 19. 1954
B Reviews Special Election
the local front has on city councilman.
"The League has been studying
the primary bill and will be ready
to do an information job on this
SJ6BM/fcg*ter
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bn on
" suddenly for the League
fen Voters of Miami Beach
the forthcoming municipal
very current issue." Mrs Kdna Bel
ford, local government chairman.
plated for Dec. 14
Unecial election will decide
franchise, as well as con- revealed this week.
Neighborhood meetings
primary system of voting
were
scheduled for Monday, at the home
of Mrs. Gilbert Balkin, 611 86th
st ; Tuesday, at the home of Mrs.
Randy PoLuuky, 9720 West Bay
Harbor dr.; and Friday, Nov. 19, 1
P.m., at the home of Mrs. Elliott (
1 oh, .i. 08(1 West 4!)th st.
in eaarge of transportation is
"''m Stuin,
Committee Metis Sunday
Israel Histadrut Committee will
meet on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 21,
2 p.m., at Kneselh Israel Congrega-
tion. Guest speaker will be Yahuda
Klberg, newly appointed coordina-
tor of Histadrut activities in Great-
er Miami.
Author is Guest
Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami
will hold its monthly meeting on
Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J Z. Slad-
lan, 1838 Bay rd. Dr. Jacob Lest-
chinsky, the prominent Hebrew
author, will be guest of honor.
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FRIDAY,
\rlciic Davida Gen* Becomes Bride of
Norman Solomon in Donbk' Ring Ceremony
ry Fruntenac hotel on Sunday after '
noon, Nov. 7.
At an altar banked with white
roses, carnations and gladioli. \r
Davida Gersh became the
bride of Norman Frank Solomon in
a candlelight ceremonj at th< Sh< t
The double ring cerctin>n> W
performed bj Rabbi Alfred Was
m,)n. | j cantor Abraham

The i.rule daughter of Dr and
Urs. Mvrot 't this city and
un of white i
chantilh lace and tulle over satin.
Her \eil
fashioned with a fitted bodie
illusion had .. arhitc satin and pearl
- .tn heirloom of the
white
Bible with i bridal bo : k I I
"iii-

Phil-
>( the
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H
emit)
Phillip 1 bride
Mr- Eug< i i l. v' loroon was
ok
A reception and dinner party
followed the oeremonj The bride
liversit) ol Illinois
and the l niversit) of Miami She
i~ i member ol Tau Alpha Beta
aororit)
Mr Solomon. .. practicing attor
Miami and Miami Be.nh. is
he son ol Mr and Mrs Samuel
lr 4481 s\v 5th si Hi ia
Gerards Honeymoon
In Mexico
\( uhwed- Th mas Howard fler-
arda rHl live at 321 South Shore
dr.. Miami Beach, following their
moon in Mexico and New Or
I. ,.n-
Th COUpla was married Oct. 31
at 11 am Rabbi Loon Kornish
performed the ceremony.
The bride, dmnhlm' of Mr. and
Mrs I. .) Krensky, 4955 Delaware
Miami Beach, was niven in
BgC bv her father She is the
forme: Judith Lynn Krensky
Matron "f honor for her stater
kfj-1 lurry B Smith Mar-
shall II Berk son t/M be
The bridegroom pa
V and Mrs. The.. I.ic
Chicago The bride is a former
n sidenl of Chicago.
vtST
lt.rt. Marvin Schwarliman
Sehvvartzmans Will
Reside in Mi.-imi
Hi Marvin Sch<
man will liv< al 002 SW 2nd -'
when thej return from a honey-
moon in Cuba
Thej were married .\o\ 7 at the
home ot th>' bridegroom. 504 SW
tith ave Kahhi Shmaryahu Swirsky
performed the ceremony
The bride, former Miss Lucille
Graboyes, i- the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Abraham S Graboyes, 846
in Miami Beach, and
was given in marriage b) her par
a graduate ol Miami Beach Senior e_.
Mrs. Thomas Gerard
Tho Be: MiUvahclJ
' r En of Mr.j^j,
Jack P ngler, 2257
ave. w.i; lake plccj(
urday morning,
Rabbi Henry We
officiate in the
Rabbi Irving Leh
Cantor Philip
chant. Stanley is a,
grade student at
Elementc.-y School m
the graduating cknij
Religious School ol'
Emanu El.
High Si hool and 'he Universit) ol
Kiond.' whi re h. received the ma
,i- th<' b.ci helor of
Laws He is .. member of the Miami
Beat h Bai \i iation, Florida Bar
I r tssocia
tion. an I v an Bar Associa-
tion
Iii i. rah iraboj es -i-i- r of th''
bride and Morton Schwartzman,
brother ol the bi "end
the couple.
Mr S nan ton "f Mr and
Mr Morris Schwartzman is in the
rad usiness
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with fallowing, for well established New York State Msnfeai
camp. S5S0 lee. Petition en staff optional Eicelkrt la*j
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Miami It.
Michael Schinitsky. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schin-
itsky. 1622 Bay dr.. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El on Saturday,
Nov. 20. Rabbi Henry Wer-
nick will officiate, with Cantor
Philip Brummer chanting the
service. The celebrant is an
eighth grade student at the
Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School end is a member of
the graduating class of the
Religious School of Temple
Emanu-Ei.
He the tinders of
Alpha Zeta I hapti r ol Zeta Beta
. fraternit) ..t the Universit) ol
Florida
Out-o-f-town guests at the wed-
ding included Mr and Mrs Haxrj
Weinhouse, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs,
! B. Kopelowitz, Gainesville; Mrs
Ann Zimmerman Gainesville; Mr
Harr> K Silver, Melbourne; An-,
drew N DOW, Jr., Jacksonville. Dr
and Mrs Robert L Fiaher, New
York, and Misi Jeanne Goldstein,
New York
After an extended motor trip,
the couple will be at home at 1210
Lenox ave Miami Beach
Mrs -..nan i~ vice presi
i. I i H ch 1 10ion
rhapti ol B nai BTith
Thank you lor yotr
k'ndnfss and tympalhy
t a time when it wai
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Louis Nagel
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N0VEMBERj9- 1954
Stanley K. Modes
' '. Helena Kauffman, graduate, and owm a nighl dub in
sionally M ChjBHi De Key West where the couple will
narrled Oct. 22 to reside.
k^lSlftrtrttor,
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prnfe-
mi '"'
. ,.,., in a ceremony
b, Rabbi .lacob H. Kp-
h(, home -I her parents.
rv ,i G Huffman. 1515
bdes, Key West, la tta ion
(riM, and Mrs. Hal Hodes.
|r given in marriage by
(,r had Mrs. Bunny Freed
"ls her matron <>f honor.
s Heck. I he bridegroom's
, i bridesmatron.
d Winner was best man.
Huffman, the bride'a broth-
lusher.
Li. i- a graduate of Miami
j_r school and attended
i Miami. She has
: with the Pasadena
,,. in California and baa ap-
p|ays locally.
World War II vet-
. B Columbia University
I* K R SON A LLYlMiami Conservatory
S P E A K I N (I ^l!?"!!*?1 Recita
Esther Freedmaq
\**
K7
Sirnley F. Modes
liamond
Mrs. Sy Chadroff
Miss Eisenberg
YVcdsSy Chadroff
Joyce Eisenberg and Sj Chadroff
were married Oct. :il In Temple
Beth Sholem by Rabin Leon Kron
ish.
Harry Chadroff, father of the
bridegroom, attended the couple
The bride la the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Eiaenberg, 8600
Byron ave Miami Beach. Mr.
Chadroff, 7445 Collier blvd Miami,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harry
Chadroff. New York City.
A reception at the Algiers hotel
followed the ceremony
The couple will be at home ..I
8600 Byron ave., Miami Bench, af-
ter Nov. 7.
ten.
Jgcment Told
Mrs Harry Berman. of
ron ave announced the en-
lit ol their daughter, Celia
In Dr. I.eRoy Diamond.
'pi blvd.
buple's betrothal was cele-
|tt;. dinner party recently in
Souci hotel.
ride-elect is a graduate of
feach High School and at-
Bu I niversity of Miami.
Miand was graduated from
Military Academy and
|vdina Slate College of Op-
where he was a member
..I Omega Phi.
I a veteran of the Air Force
-entlv on the board of
if the 29'ers.
Iding will take place in
, of West New
ork. n.i is ,,,., entertained by
her uncle and .inn! Mr and Mrs.
Albert Weinberg, of 3174 Elizabeth
-i

Rabbi 1......i Kronish, spiritual
leader ol Temple Held Sholom,I
lefl tin- week for Cleveland to al
tend an executive board meeting
ol the Central Conference ol Amer-
ican Rabbis,
Mrs Harold Robin, 1936 SW 13th
st., local piano teacher, has return
ed from the 20th annual Florida
Music Teachers Convention
held in Tampa.
Dr. Emanuel M Stadlan, son of
Mr and Mr- .1 /. Stadlan, ..lined
Sund ij to spend two weeks u ith
his parents and sisters, Sariya and
Adinah Ruth l)r Stadlan is an in
tern at the District of Columbia
General Hospital, Washington. He
i- a graduate ol the i ni\ ersity of
Wisconsin Medical School, where
be also received the I'.s degree.

Mr and Mrs Norman Glover, ol
Miami, announce the birth ol their
daughter Miriam Arona, on Nov.
1.
Mr. and Mrs. .lack Allied Rosen-
berg, Peorlal, III., have announced
the birth of their son. Lawrence
! Becker, on Nov. 5. Mrs. Rosenberg
I is the former Claire Becker, of
I Jacksonville and Miami Beach Her
sister. Mrs. Melvin I. Becker. I- a
resident ol Coral Gables.
B'nai B'rith Women
Schedule Functions
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its regu-
lar meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 23.
8:30 p.m.. at the Jewish Center
Edward Clarke, ol the University
Of Miami, will review "I'll Cry To-
morrow, a novel bj Lillian Roth
Miami Beach chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its weekly
Menorah card part) at the Empress
hotel on Wedne-day. Nov. 24, 1
p.m.
The first faculty recital of th<
Miami Conservatory will be held
Nov. 20. 8:15 p.m., at its main
studios. 3900 Biscayne blvd
Featured will be a strong trio
composed of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Bueller and Mr. Warner Hardman.
They will play the first movement
of the Mendelssohn Trio in D
minor.
Miss Mona Redman and Mr.
Hardman, Of the piano department.
will play several two piano num-
bers and Miss Berte Long, of the
voice department, will sing a
group of songs lor contralto voice.
The Conservatory plans to make
these faculty recitals a monthly
event on the third Saturday of each
month
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thank their many friends
for their kind expressions of sympathy
in the recent bereavement of their husband and father
MRS. BERNARD SCHREIDELL
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Golden Agers Celebrate
A large number of people are
expected to attend a social cele-
brating the seventh anniversary of
the found ins of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Town
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center on Sunday. Nov. |
21. 8 p.m. Flyman Kam, president, i
will give a short presentation on
the development of the club and
its contribution to the Center and
the community.
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FRIDAY. N0\
Two Minmi Women C
Epsrlon Phi; Installed
Alpha Eta chapter ol Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority honored Mr-
Samuel Cohen, of Cleveland. 0 at
its meeting Wednesday
The chapter on the University
of Miami campus met at the home
Of Mrs Charles Kinkelstem. 815
( .it.iloiu.i. ("oral Cables, (or the oc-
casion Mrs Cohen is national dean
of the aororitj
Also scheduled u.i- \'.'-
turn as honorary members ol Mrs
Stanley C Myers and Mrs taron
Kanner Into Alpha Eta chapter
i of active in en
pic and religious affairs here Mrs
K.mner i- president of the Miami
National Coui Jen
]sh Women
Mr- Myers, former pi

l- r '
v. m i1
Ji wish !
r
ited by Alpha
as Honorary Members
Mrt. Aaron Konntr
Opening Lecture Series
At Gables Tuesday

.;i be I
-
The f.r>t let- be Rabbi
Morris A Ski ; who aril]
- \ Marriaa> and I n Jew-
ish Law."
Hadassah Reviews
Resume Tuesday

\ 23 I pj
under
Miami
fifth
ru rut

'
.--.,, cum
r-ity.
and
t< hei M
l
First book to be reviewed will be
The Remarkable Mr Jeromi bj
graph) con
and time- .ii Leon-
Sir w Inston Church-
ill's American grandfather
Mrs Donald Murra) is co-ordina-
: the book n l< serii -
The following chairman are tak-
n m rvations i hi Mi
' l). borah
Hei Han-
ifaunci K i t. S
Harrj l>. ih; Eli
Sti phen \\ is>
Mount S
il'1 n and N
Geriatrics Expert Talks

B'nai Br:'
'. i
23. 12 noon, in the I
Sul ed ol his I -
ami's Aging Populai
"Lady Luck Luncheon held at Beth Dav.d Synagogue by the
Sisterhood last week is adjudged successful by iseated left
to right' the Mesdames Juhus Sperling. Moms Rabinowitz and
Frank Rose. Standing are the Mesdames Max Handshu Max
Jacobson. Sam Badanes and Roy Mack. Serving on the com-
mittee with them were the Mesdames Fred Sandier Ric-
Herald. Ernest Sussman Irving Sirk-.n Nat Davidow Isadore
Berman. Mom Yorman. Corinne Cohen. Fay Abromowitz Dave
Pciness. Murray Kossmcn and Martha Zinner.
Committee Heads
Named in Miami
H M Dnuich. president of Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrcga
lion, ihi- week revealed cosnmlttne
appointments made at a board of
directon meeting.
Named were Samuel Vogelbaum.
membership. Milton Weiner. par
liamentanan Have Kleber. educa-
Iion and religious. Mrs Simon
April, sunshine
Hen Soft -11 and Aba Kaplan,
huildir- an I h use Mn Dm
Kleber. sick Mrs Ben Sokoloff. re-
treshmenU; Ed Becker, program.
Sanwel D Winn special fund rail
ing and insurance. Mrs Joseph
Schwardon. publicity and printing:
Mr- Hubert Schwcit/cr. telephone
Mrs Sophie Mi.-- bospitalit) H
M Drewich cemeterj. Mr- DM i
,r Ben Sokoloff.
-eh Rutanskj ser-
v
Zara Novel Reviewed
Maurice Grossman will discuss
the Louis Zara novel, "Blessed m
t he Land." at a meeting ol the Nor-
j man Bruce Brown Poet. Jewish War
Veterans. Wednesday evening.
, Nov. 24. 8 p.m.. in the Republican
( Iub. 1947 West Flagler st. The taik
is part of the Post's observance oj
Jewish Book Month
ORT Service Friday
Greater Miami Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT will observe.
ORT Sabbath during Friday eve
ning .services of North Shore Jew
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abraino
witz will officiate.
Great. r Mian,, p,
" 'llhoMaTj
kwIiw lervka ,iV*
" '> *u a555
Script Present
A ;r":"' "' ,h" Nat
ernHed ,| ..
nemfa
n Tuesday. 8 pA^aJ
Youngsters Form New
Beach Cotillion Club
Port i the
i med a
cotiUn th< -i

Sbolora : Mi u according
> here b) Mrs
S s | PTA pr
of this group are
Mrs Howard Brooks and Mrs Jack
Low, with Miss Selma Kauffman,
of th- ichool staff
professional adviser
The group will meet everj other
Saturda) evenii from 7 to 9 30
p.m al the Temple
Proceeds lor Project
Workmen's Circle Women's Club
v. 6 Sunday evening. 6 p.m, at 1545
S\V 3rd -t Procodl are for th.
club's project, according > M
Anna (.reiibaum,eh arAi-'i
V
Open House
u. V
Sunday
ill hold i memberdBjl
an opei
.
17th
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'Glamour Clinic'
Greater Miami Jewish Conunu-I
nity (enter in conjunction with
Patricia Stevens Finishing and
Modeling School, will conduct a
"glamour clinic for teen age girls
on Tuesday. Noi 23, 8 30 p m at
450 SW 16th aw Mi-- I arol a:
of Patricia Stevens, will dis-
Baakeup and clothes with teen
- from Kappa Tau and
A
Wendy and Terry Schwartz, daughters oi Dr.
Schwartz. Miami Beach, display the first birthday i
by the Delano hotel bakery department and on dii
Zodiac room oi the hotel, for the forthcoming ca
the City of Miami Beach's 40th anniversary starting]
1, 1955. Many events of national prominence will t
throughout the year to celebrate the anniversary.
"Life Begins at 40."
Preparations lor annual Thanksgiving dance of the Greater Miami Jewish Community!]
are made at a meeting of the dance committee at the Town Branch. The tracfince^
will be held on Wednesday night. Nov. 24. at 8 p.m. Committee members are lironii
to right; Mrs. Angel Ross. Mrs. Albert Daniels. Mrs. Stuart Winston, Stuart Winston, I
mg Hugel. Mrs. Bernard Weksler and Mrs. Arnold Spivack. Second row (left to righ*
rael Silver. Branch supervisor. Lou Stein. Bernard Weksler. chairman ct Town Bread!
ett, and Angel Ross.
Fre-nupual luncheon party honor. Muss Gerry Lou Rose daughter of Mr and *j
Rose at the Sea Isle hotel. Attending the luncheon were (left to right) Mrs. jW
Mrs Samue! Lpton. Mrs. Joseph Berman. Mrs. Rone. Mrs. Bernard Sherman.'
Mxs. Rose', jiance. Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg. Mrs. Mildred Block and Mrs. Joseph


MnVEMBER 19, 1954
Fbin Named
[chi President
yi( [,Y Mrs. Nch-
*, | Brooklyn,' NY.,
CJo elected national
0f (he MintcW Women's
|on of America, as the
|ai nation il convenUon >f
^n'- religlous-HonW or-
I came t" close here.
Iinuel Karger, of Miami,
L\ to the national board
L \\ .men ;it the Atlantic
ration
Ean a thousand delegates.
Eg 50.000 members in 37
fo Voted a budget of
(,.r child restoration,
livah. social service and
.education needs in 1s-
ied a full slate of national
nd considered long-range
|of the Zionist movement
*day conclave which was
Jfo the memory of Theo-
|in hi- 50th Yarhzeit year.
1 keynote session of the
Bruce McDaniel, first di-
fl'.S Operations Mission
["received Mizrachi Worn-
Annual America-Israel
Award,
jshua I. Lewis, retiring
(resident of the organiza-
Jwa< elevated to an non-
Ion a I vice presidency at
ration close, presented
In to McDaniel as Avra-
nan. 1 onsul-General of
ol Israel, Rabbi Wolf
Irman ol the Torah Rdu-
Culture Department of
\ ncy, and Mrs. Mc-
keii on.
i. Imanvel Kargtr
Council Plans
Party Here
Mult B'nai B'rith Coun-
aiide the month of De-
membership drives. As
It he Council is sponsor-
pi party at 1536 Bay rd.
I 8:30 p.m.
*n^ were this week ex-
I young women between
[ 18 to 26 and young men
and 2$ to be the Coun-
I that evening.
|t will he square dancing
< lional calling by Mr.
pun PraUrar.
Jrsch Landau, of Miami
and Sharet Chap-
It comprise the regional
Greene is chairman of
[ami president of CoUD-
Otwin and Cuna Cohen
Re oi information
Mrs. Nachman ibm
Biologist Wins AJC
Award of Honor
NEW YORK Sulfa drugs and
i antibiotics have provided the na-
tion with "powerful weapons"
against bacteriological warfare, Dr.
Selman A. Waksman. Nobel prize-
winning microbiologist told mem-
bers of the American Jewish Con-
gress at a dinner held in the Wal-
dorf-Astoria hotel here.
The scientist, who is internation-
ally noted for his discovery of
streptomycin and other antibiotics,
received the Award of Honor of
AJCongress Medical Chaptera Ov-
er 300 persons from professional
and business fields attended the
dinner, which was presided over
by Sylvan Gotshal. attorney and
communal leader.
In another address delivered at
the dinner. Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the American Jewish
Congress, expressed concern that
the nation was lagging in the effort
to educate scientists, engineers and
technicians essential for continu-
ing national security. He called
upon the 84th Congress, when it
convenes in January', to pass leg-
islation granting Federal aid to in-
stitutions of higher education, en-
abling them to enlarge opportuni-
ties for gifted students.
Dr. David Rittenberg. a member
of the faculty of the Columbia I'ni-
versity College of Physicians and
Surgeons, presented the Award of
Honor, a bronze plaque, to Dr.
Waksman for his "epochal contri-
bution to medical science and his
dedicate.I and continuing service to
the advancement of human wel-
fare '
Discussing bacteriological war-
fare. Dr. Waksman, who is director
of the Institute ol Mlcrobiolog} al
Rutgers University, pointed out
that "the really destructive powers
of that type of warfare are not
fully appreciated, since they have
not been submitted as yet to prac-
tical demonstration. There is no
doubt, however, as to their effect-
iveness, but there is doubt as to
their practical use.
"Whether the potential danger
to human life and health is to be
compared in magnitude with that
of atomic weapons is a carefully
guarded secret and can now be con-
sidered merely a subject for spec-
ulation."
Mort Freeman to
Entertain at Bond
1 '' l-'ieeni,,,i baritone r-crd-
tar and renowned singe'r 61 Is-
raeli folk songs, will entertain at
ine Operalogue workers' meeting
'" be liei.i in ,hl. Empress hotel on
ruesday, \v 23, 8 p.m.
Freeman, who-,- repertoire in-
cludes gongs oi the world in 10
languages, has won the acclaim of
audiences to whom he has sung in
America. Europe and Israel.
In connection with the Opera-
logue to be premiered on Dec. 1 in
the Coronation room of the Em-
press hotel, sales are coming in
rapidly, according to Jacob Sher,
Greater Miami chairman of Israel
Bonds.
At the meeting, final plans will
be discussed concerning the Oper-
alogue, and prizes will be awarded
to top-selling workers.
Admission to the Operalogue
will be through the purchase of a
$100 State of Israel Development
Bond or the sale of $300 in bonds.
Sections will be reserved for pur-
j chasers and salesmen of $500 and
$1,000 in bonds.
On Sunday, Nov. 21, at 8 p.m.,
the North Shore Jewish Center
Congregation and Sisterhood will
present "A Night in Israel" at the
Center. 620 75th st.
Freeman will present a reper-
toire of modern fighting and work-
ing songs.
A testimonial scroll will be pre-
sented to Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wit/. spiritual leader, and Ezra
Peingold, president, ol the North
Shore Jewish Center, for "the dis-
tinguished cooperation and service
of the synagogue during the high
Holy Days bond appeal."
Chairman of arrangements is
Mrs Jack Bernstein. President of
the Sisterhood is Mrs. Fred Jonas.
Co-operating organizations are
North Shore Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, Mrs. George Baltuch pres-
ident; North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Milton Mannheimer, presi-
dent: and North Shore Zionist Dis-
trict, Sheldon Lelchuk. president.
PAGE 9 A
Women Spur Israel
Investments, National
Leader1 Reveals Here

lira feingold
Party Slated
Md Sisterhood. Men's
1 "ill sponsor I the
Part) on Wednesday.
I'"e Biltmore Playhouse.
"Her Cardboard Lover,"
froadwaj aetres.. i.,s;i
fn charge of tickets are
f*. Louis Rosenson.
Ungar Named
Bank Trustee
Arthur A I'ngar. owner of In-
par Buiek Co, of Miami, has been
ejected a director of Industrial Na-
tional Bank, President Abess an
nounced here
An active Miami automobile
dealer since mi!*. Ungar also owns
the Advancd Refrigeration Co. of
Atlanta. Ga which he established
in 1914 lie is | director ol the
Miami Beach Federal Savings &
i.oan Association, Rkhard'i Store
and Miami Lailfidrj
A trust,.....1 the University ol
Miami and Mount Sinai Hospital.
Ungar is .. peal president oi the
Orange Bowl committee and 1- cur-
rent president of t h a Gridiron
Club.
Compare
IETLEY TEA
with any other brand
FAMOUS
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with any other brand
tafcal Mayer Abramowiu
Hospital Admitting
Officer Get Award
Possessing charm, a warm per-
sonality and ability to put every-
one at ease, in time of stress, Bea-
trice Schwartz, chief admitting of-
ficer of Mt. Sinai Hospital, has
been selected to receive this week's
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce courtesy award, Leo Eisen-
stein, committee chairman an-
nounced here.
A former administrative assist-
ant in the city government of New
York, Miss Schwartz resides with
her mother at 4100 Collins ave..
and has been cited numerous times
for her organizational ability.
The courtesy award winner was
nominated by Mrs. May K. Stern.
A S25 government savings bond
will be presented to Miss Schwartz.
The bond was made available to
the Courtesy Committee by the Mi-
ami Beach Railway Co.
At a lunche.in in her honor on
Thursday at the Shelborne hotel.
Mrs. Francis N. Rubin, first woman
trustee of Israel in the Southern
area, was presented with her trus-
teeship certificate by Mrs. Miriam
Fineman, national director of the
Women's Division. State of Israel
Bond Organization.
, Mrs. Fineman also renewed her
acquaintanceship with Mrs. Monte
Selig, Miami chairman of the Wom-
en's Division, who had been her
1 companion on a recent tour of
Lsrael.
Mrs. Fineman revealed that wom-
en have produced 30 percent of all
Israel investment. "We have re-
duced Israel's problems to our
own," she explained.
"We have had patience and faith
in our own families we have
watched our own families grow af-
ter much struggling. So, we feel
the same way about the Israeli
people. We know them to be hon-
est and energetic and thus we be-
have towards Israel as a family
should."
Also attending the luncheon
were the Mesdames Sarah Czech,
Sam H. Rost, Harry Platoff. Miriam
Press, Max Weitz, David Phillips
and the Misses Esther and Lillian
Goodman and Esther Garduk. Men
present included Clifford Strauss
and Sidney Glazier, local bond
executives,
WANTED
MAX SCHWARZ, born in Aus-
tria about 60 years ago and who
came to the United States before
World War II, is being sought by
his nephew. HERBERT MANN-
HEIMER. Born Sept. 16, 1927 in
Vienna, Austria. Mannheimer re-
sides at Hoshea st. 6, Tel Aviv, Is-
rael. He has another uncle, Julius
Gottlieb, of 4224 14th ave., Brook-
lyn 19. NY.
Masada Plans Dance
At Nautilus Thursday
Nautilus hotel will be the scene
of Miami Beach Madada's annual
"turkey trot" dance on Thursday
evening, Nov. 25.
Marcella Waldstein, fund raising
chairman, announced that the
I Driftwood room show and orches-
tra will be featured.
Assisting Miss Waldstein are
! Misses Leila Gross and Lillian Bar-
I is, and Archie Goodwin and Sam
I Soldinger.
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. !**.( FRIDAY
Credentials Presented.in Jerusalem Chesj Campaign
values which are nshi n< ; fpi '>'''
tinu' in iiio pages' ot the Bfl
"The Weals ol freedom, equalit)
ol man, and democratic govern
\ men! which inspired the" Pilgrim
i ith rs ;in i, ndi rs of I I Unerican re
public are Ihe same .1- those thai
actuated the pioni
who l nil; Israel
Sticc. .-i\.' American govern
ments have evidenced an active in-
terest in the restoration and re> ival
ol our rwiti.ui.il t-ntit> Th......vi
dences represent a nob
in the records "I internatiom
will lii our relations with the na-
ol the world, we are guided
> j both the spiritual hi
our past an bj responsibilities de-
volving upon us at tin- hour," the
l'iv idi nl concluded
Mr Lawson who was accompa
nied bj officials "I Ihe Embass)
and tM.' 1 >< .."I mission, said his
view "I Israel ri i alreadj "im-
1 d" him w ith the obi ious
ess that Israel has made ma
teriall) in the (- short years since
it- foundation But what impress
15 equall) natural that hi- in- ed him most tin Ambassador de
leresl should be aroused bj the dared, "was the vitalit) afid the
. cl ol [jndii $ substitutes for -pint of Israel's citizens, and the
natural powei atmosphen ol freedom and dedica
It thus happened that within a wherein thej live and w irk
1 Israel's establishment, with > cannot bul take pride he con
!:-,-!.in.t Weizi the head tmued. "ii I | rt m> country
Continued Uom Page 1 A
1 ition that ho. you and your dedi
cated compatriots, were to found "
in welcoming Mr Lawson, Presi-
rli nt Ben-Zvi, flanked by Premier
Moshe Sharett and Foreign Office
tor Walter Eytan, told the
rlcan Ambassador: "I deep!)
appreciate the message t friend-
ship which you conveyed on behalf
f President Eisenhower, and ask
you to transmit to him my warm
r. tings and my best ishes for
his well-being and welfare and for
rosperit) ol the people ol the
1 nited States ol America, Friend-
ship between our nations, as you
observed, rests on our < m
11,hi dedication to those spiritual
Eban Reveals
Atomic Research
Continued from Page 1 A
I chemical work In the field
nthetii processes where he
means ol creating substi
t it >s for deficient raw materials
ir St.,!.' th.' foundations of
, ir nucli ar pi i laid,
the establishn
I ; Rl "i h in
Weizmann Institute ol Science
Rehovoth in the coastal i
Mr Eban said,
rki d a .sidunusl) and sue
sfullj for fiv< years in the t.'l
has p
yours
nt
Lisa Ferraday. stage and
scieen s;ar, will return to the
Biltmore Playhouse Tuesday
t in the sophisticated
French comedy. "Her Card-
bootd Lover." The show will
run for two weeks.
Justine Wise Polier to Address American
Jewish Congress Chapter Here Monday
Judge .lii-tmr Wise I'oln r
elds both ; tionalb noted jurist and president i
1 Radioactiv e isotopes ol low ...
the i nrichmenl "t hea> >
ill the Women's Division ol the
American Jewish Congress, will be
principal speaker at a membership
brunch of the Florida women's
.it., be held at 11 > m Mon
I exploitation ol low day, No> 22, in the Hotel A.
uranium ores phosphates according to Mrs Morris
I jdj nl thi i man < I 11
ins ol .-
rins tl
7. th pr

I '
Women Welcome
New Members
Bernard Mnm'schewifi
T( l spoi
Northside
night .' 111\.
I'
cation til Mrs
i I .:
ddi i Mrs William Mtman
ered r hi lorj ..t ; he or-
ition
Mrs Harr) Krantz, pr< sident
v. as in i harge ..l the traditional
< : dlelighting ceremonj
Highlight of the evening was
special membership skit in the
form of a satire, prepared by Mrs. 'expected to attend
Herman Goldfarb) program chair '
man. Rabbi Abraham Herson was SinfiTtTS HftVA
guest .speaker
On Monday. Nov. 22. at 8:30 p.m..
there will be a monthly Sisterhood
meeting in commoration of Jewish
Book Month. Seymour B. Liebman,
attorney and member of the execu-
tive branch of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will review "Cow-
boy on a Wooden Horse." by Yuri
Suhl.
brunch
will
Guest Speaker Due
Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadas-
sah will hold a Thanksgiving party
on Monday afternoon, Nov. 22,
12:30 p.m.. at the Biltmore Terrace
hotel. Mrs. Lewis Biderman. form-
er vice president of the Long
Island Region of Hadassah. will be
guest speaker.
Jewish settlers in New Amsterdam
and long before the arrival of < ,,
lumbus in the Western world
Pointing out that "the very fact
of our Jewishnev, || our strongest
link to America, our most binding
v tie to this haven of freedom we
Officer Installation
On Sunday evening. Nov 14. the
Community Singers o f Miami
Beach, held their installation of of-
ficers at the Shore Club hote
Community singing was led by i
conductor Ben Yomen I helped create." Manischewit" wem
Jack ttoody. superintendent of on to praise the role of the I'nfon
recrea^on for Miam, Beach Recre- of Orthodox Jewish Congrena "on"
ation Department acted as master in the growing revival .,? ,,.'
of ceremonies. Mr Burnett Roth ish spiritual heritage
-. ssisrjsrsi
member of the staff.
For the month of December, the
Community Singers are scheduling
the presentation of "Americana."
under the leadership of Yomen.
the millions of J9m Mnc,. ,heir
day who have helped write the
epic pages of our three centuries
in America."
to Vigorous Stride
While ffiefr dHUMrfHil^ol
d sin.iH business on the Commu
nitj h.- t "Downtown Day," Ri ,i
Feather volunteefi <>f i>i business
added more to the 1955 Chest cam
total .'t th>" thini report
i Drvtston "A" .-.t the
< a imbua hotel on Tuesday.
The big Cifts workers have now
raised the total of $420,260 tor
78 perewnl o! their huge $550.(kmi
goal These funds coupled with
small reports from other divisions
sent 'he I95B campaign total to
IS, or 42 percent of the
11.225.000 goal for the 22 local Red
i nciea and the national
t so nipported through the Chest
lign.
High man at Tueaday'i report
was Nil.- Schuh whose report for
Florists' firm gilts of 144 percent
1 tupped the Division
Nevi UK) percenters sine.1 la I
report wen Maurice H. Connell,
captain "f engineers, 132.7 percent;
Guy B B.nlye, painting firms. 1208
percent: R M McDonald, captain
of hanks. 103 percent: Paul White.
refrigeration, 101 percent: and C
1. Diffendefer, plumbers. 100 per
cent.
On Miami Hi ..eh. Leonard \\'n n
Division A" chairman, reported a
Otal Of $64,891. or 53 percent ol
in Beach Division "A' foal raised
I i date 1 he big rtorj on the Beach
however, said Wicn, i- the fact
that cards are running 21 percent
over the mum cat da In last year's
drive
Rev W P Barman, chairman of
"Downtown Day," said all groups
were working and every area ..|
town was covered last Tuesda)
However, commando teams will
continue to work until all firms
and employees downtown have had
an opportunity to give.
Ii
LEAR SCHOOL RJ
Senior students a
School use them
drama to call
their studies duna
Education Week
horn The Import
ing Eurnest'
Crowe and
bach.
Vk
~i
rhe distil
1
Court nl Ni u "i rk < I
thn funda-

and th. i
for (

l
\ Ihe Vale Law
ppoint- ,
thi worki ivianischewitz Cites
'' '" "! New V'ork l/.xi i\U S \... < ~: I...4
Jewish (ontribtitions
sequent!) as assi I ATLANTA i ITY Spi i in
nsel ol N< w Yoi Cit; -he n ha f of
irk of the cil l;. rnarcj
ii ition Divi ion She is M mi i hi v itz thh u deli
t I Ju ol the Children's gates to thi n ,,, ,
1 'ourt and i- recognized as thi .,,.|, ,-ijn
thorities in lions ol \- *. (ni Cen
ition todaj in the field ol turies ol Jewish scii ntiftc I
juvenile problems menl which had paved the u n for
Mrs Charles Alter, president of the discover) ol the New World
the AJCongress Florida Women's and had established a pre-d. lined
Division will preside at the, bond of kinship with A met
Cantor Philip Brummer "There i- destinj that links
men are us to America through centuri.....f
time Manlschewlti said There
is a chain of events that goes back
long before the arrival of the first '
Hiuleah Center
Slates Functions
'hood ,,f iiiaieah Miami
Sprii us Jewish Center will hold its
. annual membership tea at the
Center on Tuesday, Nov 23. l p n
\ satire on 'Call me 'Madam
will i pn tented
(iuesi speaker will be Mr I
. l Ski p, u ho will discuss Si '
;.....i
\ regular meeting of the Sistet
hood Wi dnead i) Mo. 9. at 8 p in .
.' II include an explanation "I
uka Question and answer for-
um
I i: .'kin will address a
. the Jewish Cen-
: i) vening, Nov 22.
90 p in Mi Balkin, ho is
ectot t I lorida RagionaJ office,
League ol B*nai
B'iith, will | .k ..n m iking De
work "
Bridge Prizes Revealed
By Beth Sholom Men
Duplicate Bridge Tournament.
red l>\ the Men's Club ol
Temple Huh Sholom. will be held
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 24.
i! i' in. iii the Temple's banquet
hall, according to an announcement
by Dr Norman J Russ. chairman.
Ir Rum also revealed prizes won
at the opening of the tournament
last month First prize went to Dr.
Benjamin Tanner and Dr. Sol Gold-
man. Second prize was awarded
to Mrs Ralph Benach and Jack
Wagner.
Leonard Gross and Dr. David
Hendel won third prise, with fourth
going to Mrs. Morry B. Morris and
Mrs Kmanuel GoUMrich.
A trophy cup will be awarded to
winners at the conclusion of the
1954-55 year.
Jack A. Abbott is president of
the Men's Club.
Opens Offices
Samuel Weiner. certified public
accountant, this week announced
the opening of hi* offices at 2815
North Miami ave. Weiner was form-
erly associated with the Depart-
ment of Internal Revenue in Miami
and has been a resident here for
the past 10 years.
3-Point Federt
Program Reve
' Hi-iT.aa, ts
1955 i mbined
guest i.| honor n j,
luncheon held Tu s
Bis iyne T.rnce Hoi]
On hand to pay
n< u i hairnun ami
help to him in the i
Tea
men nbna]]
' ek tel

mctpti
w i'h the group t.,esg
man were current Fal
II- in rcci |

I
I
"Ii '
to incn -. th'' r.ushl
ers in tWl
arm) I i stimulate i

swell Ihe Mai nun
the drive."
"II i
ntinu j
help spnsl
stor) i IA !
world, our volunteer^
ur drive wtl
II,mi..n ilrew
the num!
in the 1944 campaiP^
3,140 persom Pal
the recent 1954
volve.l contributionsl
mate!) !t.500 persons"
Miami area
He pointed out *J
community raised
years ago to s"I^"
and overseas instw"
the sum of ILlSMf
sustain relief
work in Israel, to'
al and oversea*
maintain esaUM*.
health and wi'*"'
Village Rim!
Yacov Beroun.
tentative of HwW1
cerned L
Americans in b*1'
latest dims of *
cooperative ***^
discussed settW*
there on Thur><
olonttl i*J
asioo**
Miami ''
poff. long
bor Zionist
was chairman
nW^J


fjoVEMBEB 19. I9&4
[ercentenary
ials Available
Figure Skating Champ
To Train at GroMmgor
*JeistnrJrlrfirr
PAGE 11 A
GROSSINGKH. NY. United
States women's figure skating
.cement of the avaitabU-1 champion Tenly AHbright. of
^iallv prepared material* Br0**.Une- Mass., will start train-
rating the American Jew- i
ginger's rink here in the Catskills
in preparation for the world cham-
pion-hips, which will be held this
Wttttr at Davis. Switzerland.
Former Olympic speed-skating
itle holder Irving Jaffee. who
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
Hi
UNDER FICTITIOUS
v. ~. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN thai
iin.lrrlKned. desiring to engage ii
.1 v iINJ2a ,''l,'"'-TI-XITIKS.
to r Zl.,r *'.h **- *. '"tend
,K'"'-' *,!"."*"" *l*li the r%ri
County,
feentenary has been an-
y Gilbert J. Balkin, direc-
Eda Regional office. Anti-
1 League of B'nai B'rith.
among these materials
ly created poster design
by the American Jewish
Jary Committee.
jroducod by the ADL in
with the Tercentenary
akers' manual, containing '
in* Wednesday. Nov. 24, at ^ I .***"" eod "' ""
MORTON .1 KAY
KARL l: I'AI.VBRT
Owners
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Annll)
1I4 Seyhold m,|K
I' I9-J9 lt/t-10
.< nl.i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH LAUNDROMAT, at
It 1 """'I Avenue. Miami lleai-h,
Morlda. intends to register aaid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
,,,... ALBERT SHENWEATHER
11.12-19-26 12/3
IN
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES
AND FOR DADE
made the announcement, also dis-
closed that Miss Allbright will be > fLO,R,DA in probate. nX"moo
accompanied by her coach and in-
structress, Maribel Vinson. former
national women's figure skating
: champion and a member of
background and factual Umu.d Statcs 0lvmpjc ,ea
two
jms.
I for presentations, and a
manual on American
(story specifically design-
in the classroom and In Bonds During October
Dade Buys $895,895
tit 1 l.v
lit any
you, or
against the
ilr>
'ounty,
'ounty
nool
tins made available on
cortl- Is "The Reef and
Kir." a program in the In-
nr Democratic EdOcation-
1.....ries "Decision." This
recounts the story ot the
|sfa settlement at New Am-
btember, 1054 issue of the
ffstian Friends Bulletin is
lusively to the Tercen-
plelir.it mn and contains a
[.I program and project
ln> for churches and other
coniinction with the Tor-
Savings Bond Chairman Harry H.
Bassett reported this week that he
had received the report of October
sales and Dade County's assign-
ment for the final two months ,,|
1954 from Florida Savings Bond
headquarters at Tampa
"October sales in the county
amounted to $895,898 and for the
entire state were $4,903,583. only
4 percent ahead of the 1953 figure.
This brings to $54,988,907 the sales
for the 10 months to date and
leaves $lri.611,093 still to be ac-
counted for if Florida is to achieve
its assigned quota of S71.000,000
for the year." Bassett said.
t Week Show
at Algiers
16"> representative^ of ap-
135 lines of handbaga,
ami accessories will show
h' .it tin' Algiers hotel on
1 hen
teek
the first
opens for
Southeast
a five-day
liou and market week is
bj the Handbag and
iuild of South Florida.
Dag- and jewelry have
of other overall fashion
market weeks." accord-
He Guild secretary. Jack
this is the first showing
butheast devoted entirely
lines
emendous growth of this
warrants such a market
added.
htire floors of the Algiers
en set aside for the ex-
>ich will run from 10 a.m.
, daily except Thursday,
show closes at 1 p.m.
the Guild members and
bitor> have really put their
his market week." Guild
Harold Behrman. said
[certainly hope our poten-
It> will like the show."
Beach Chamber Starts
Membership Campaign
Members are the life blood of
any organization. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer told over 50 civic and bus-
iness leaders at the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce member-
ship campaign kickoff breakfast
held last week at the Algiers hotel.
This year's campaign will be one
of no bosses, teams, committees or
generals. Meyer said. All points I
I computed for campaign prizes for I
the most members gained during J
the four day campaign will be for 1
individual effort only.
COURT
COUNTY.
r.n 1 A IK t H--
David roL'NO, Deceased
ro aii c redltoi nnd \n Persons Hav-
K*i 1 '" """""'- Against Bald
You ami each of vou. are
notified mid required lo ores
claims and denuiadu which
either ot you, mat hav
estate ..( DAVID YnCNfl
if Coral rjahles, Dad
fl.....'a. lo Hie Honorabl
Judgi ..f 11.1.1,. 1 'ounty, and tile the
11 the County
I "in thou He in Dade 1 'o int I'
within elghl ralendai months from
th< data of the first i.iii.ii... 1 l.h 1
fale 1 win k 01 di......ml- .. contain the
"fat addn 1 the claimant and to
be sworn to ami pi. Minted a
aid, or same will be barred
I late November Ifi, A 11 1934
IDA rouNo
As Kite. 'His ..f the I...si Will
and Testament of
hAVII) Yi il'Nf! 11.. eased
RUN BKSK.N
Attorney f<>: K\.. ut 1 i\
II 19-28 12 :i-in
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 34056 B
In Re ESTATE < >F
BKRTHA FISCHER KENDALL,
I II.I S.'ll
To All Creditors and All Person* II.n-
Ing Claim ." Demands Against Ha d
You .in.i each of you, are hereby
I ami i squired i" pi esenl an)
claims .in.i demands which you, or
either of you, may have
tl.....state of BKRTHA FISCHER
K BNI 'ALL 'I. ased late of Dade
County. Hon.la. to the Honorable
<'oiint\ Judge* of Dade County, and
file the same In their office* in the
Count> Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eighl calendar months
from th.- date of th.' lust publication
hereof Raid claims or demands lo
contain the legal address of the cialm-
.. and lo be nworn lo and presented
.- aforesaid, or same will !.> barred.
I late November 13, A.I) I
ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOPF
v- v.iMiinisii .ii i\ of the Kstate of
BERTHA F18CHKR KENDALL.
I I...M sen
RLRY BTONE
Attorney for Annette Kendall Kataoff
11 19-M 12 ::-!"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
/5I koWsKI Ct INSTRUCTION, at
29..1 N.W. :,th Terrace, Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
County, Florida.
FRANCEH ZIKOWSKI
EUOENE 7.1 KoWS'KI
BLRT stum:
Attorney for Zukowskl Construction
11/12-19-26 |f/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVKN that
th.- nndei sIkti.iI. des^nna to eiiKiiKe in
business under the flotttlous name of
M ERRV-iio-itnt'N |i BAR and
RE8TACRANT. at Coral Gables, Flor-
I'l.i. mi.-mis to rejrtater aald name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ount). Florida,
I iAVID KONHAfZER
CHARLES riERTLKR
Attornej foi I *vld Konhauser
II 12-18-26 12 :t
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIOH IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to vngaKe '
luislnens under the fictitious name of
l.!TTI,E TIAJUANA Q1PT8, at II*
S.K. 2nd Ave., intends to register .said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cisjrt of Dade < bounty, Florida.
fETTA IRENE KUTCHKK, Own. r
HEN EHr:.N
Attorney for Applicant
11/5-12-19-2*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name m
BOCARI. OP FIX)RIDA, al I65I N E.
-ml Avenue intend to register said
iiaiiie with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
(1EOROE BOOANOOt
JAMEH CARLSON ,''.
RflBERT I I.KU'ISON. ESQ.
Attorney for Bocarl of Florida
Tni Hlscayne Blda., .Miami :;:, Ha.
II l2-l-2 \l :i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enfavi in
- mi.i.i the fictitious name of
NAITll.l s KCNORIEH SHOP, al
1823 Collins Avenue, .Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend t.....glster -ii.i name
with the clerk of the Clrcull Court ot
I ....I.- County, Florida
MEYER I. MCHTENRTEIN
SISII-: LICHTENSTEIN
MAX It SILVER
Attorney ror Applicant
922 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Ha.
II 12-19-28 12 :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREHY tilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
TBJ-TONE lloi.IOAY STUDIOS,
TRI-TONE. COLOR and TRJ-TONE
COLOR HTUDIOS, ut 26 Westward
Drive. Miami Springs, intends to reg-
ister said name with the t'lei'k ot Urn
Circuit Court of Oaile County, Florida.
Al.VIN" QUCK
U/-12-l-2 _____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'IIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious ji.im.- of
ASSOCIATED Al) SERVICE, at m7'.<
7th Street, Miami Beach II, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I iount) Florida.
HERBERT M l.il'MAN co-partner
i.i ii is l.il'MANi o-partner
II 5-12-19-24
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 26899-B
RE ESTATE t iK
HERMAN LEE CANTOR Deci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby riven that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of HERMAN LEE CANTOR
deceased: and that on the Suth day of
November, 1951, I will applv to the
Honorable frank ii. DOWLINO,
County Judge "f Dade County, kkm-
tda, for approval .f aaid final report
and for final discharge as Adminis-
trator of the Estate of HERMAN LEE
CANTolt. deceased
Tins 28th daj of October, 1951,
ll SAC I, CANTOR
Administrator
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
....ii Seybold Bids Miami. Ha.
i" 29 11 5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
Jtration on for
Klection
atiun bunks are open at
each City Hall for a spe-
Uon to be held Dec. 14. at
Dters will decide the ap-
rejection of the new bus
and the primary election
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
the uMerslcned, desiring to engage in
business undel the fictitious name ol
Cua.-m' LAMP AND FURNITURE
Mill I'll, at 210 N.E. 6MI1 St Miami,
ini.-mis t. register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Floil.t.i
M. KlSENUERU, Owner
11,II I ORB 1 i.ki.ma.s
Attorney foi Applicant
mis- Abbott Ave.
11 19-21 12 1-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY (IIVEN thai
the iiinici signed, desli ing i" em
business under the fictitious name "i
MVKR8. HEIMAN .v KAPLAN, al
.,;,.. Keybold Bldg., Intend t" reglstei
said name a Ith the 1 'lerk of the 1 "Ii
, ,111 1 ..1.11 ol 1 '.ci. 1 'ountj. i'i" i'i-'
HTANLEY C, MYEH.H
I.i il IS HELM IN
LEON KAPLAN
LEON A, KP8TEIN
11 la-M II .;-!"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31057-B
In It.-: ESTATE I IP
lll'TII IJCV1N, also Known as
lll'TIl It I.KVIN Deceased
To All Creditors and aii Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to 1.resent any
claims and demands which von. or
either of vnti. niiiv have against the
estate of RI'TH LEVIN, also known
as RPTH IV I.KVIN deceased late or
u/orrester County. Massachusetts, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices iii the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands tn contain the legal ad-
dress of the rlalmanl snd lo be -worn
In and presented as aforesaid, 01
will 1
[late Nov.....In r 15 \ I1 1964.
i:i.llV STONE
As Ancillary Administrator
of Hi. Estate of
l:r rii LEVIN, also know n as
imtii 1: LEVIN Deceased
II IS-26 i" :!-i"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33968-B
In Re; ESTATE I >F
BERNARD SHAPIRO, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estatei
Yon. ami each of yon are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and d.-mands which you. Of
either of you. may hav.- against the
estate of BERNARD SHAPIRO de-
ceased 1.1'.' "f Westchesier County.
New York, to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Iiade County. Florida,
within einht calendar months from the
date "f the first publication hereof,
s'aid claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will he Itarred.
Date November 9th, A n IIS4.
L1NA 0, SHAPIRO
As Ancillary F.xecutrix of the
Last will and Testament of
BERNARD SHAIMRo.
I '. eased.
MALVIN ENOLANDER
Attorney for Afclllarj Executrix
11 12-19-26 II 1
[ecial election was set by
Bncil at an early-morning
pins of last week's regular
'luring which the amend-
fchise was passed on third
reading.
may register from 9 to
I* Saturdays and 9 a.m. to
Weekdays to Dec. 4 for the
flection.
nchise as amended would
Miami Beach Railway Co
contract to furnish bus
lation for the city in re-1 Judge
nich the city will receive
rnt of the company's gross
rum fares and advertising.
previous 30-year fran-
i the city expired last
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the nil.1.1 sinned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
.si'.vll, at .... S. \\ Kith Ave. intends
to regUtei said name with the Clert
..t th.- Circuit Court <( Dade (ounty.
'""'*" W. I'.TAIII
11/19-26 II/t-M
'me of the franchise ref-
VOteri also will decide
Miami Beach will have a
runoff type of municipal
I next June. Under a law
the state legislature at
e-ssion, voters must be giv-
PPortunity to choose the
election they prefer.
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31195-A
RE: KSTATI. ol'
ELVA I" MONTELL, a k
ELVA MONTELL, a I- a
hl.UV MONTELL, l'c,ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NoTICK is herein given that 1 Dave
filed my final report and iietltlon wi
Final Discharge as ancillary raevutru
of the estate of ELVA F. MONTELL.
,i------sedt.and that on the 20th da> oi
December, lJI. 1 will appll lo the
Honorable W I- BLANTtlN. County
of Dade County. I KWldH "'
approval of said ti'iai reporl and for
tm.ii discharge as anclltary '*",',
,.f the aatate of BLVA P MONTBLU
lie. else.I
This sih day of November^
KTIIA M IIAKI'S'IKK
AnclRar) exeeutrnt
RICHARD KRIEOER KINK
Attorney for ancillary estate
412 Congress Building Mi.....
II !- II II"
l'"l.
Klorlda
NOTICE HWrsCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
vi ii'ii'i' is HEREHY OIVEN thai
the undersletied, deslrlne to eneace In
,.....aa under t'o- flptplous name of
i'ni'\TV MORTOAOE PLACEMENT
co, not Inc., si M0S w.st Fleeter
Sii.ei Miami. Florida, int-nd" to ree-
Ister said name with the clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade Pminlv. Florida.
svmcki.m siivi'K' Kola Owner
noLDM \N A ''" I'STFIN
ktinrnevs f..i lleiilsiiant
>>nn West Fln*l.r SI Miami. Fla.
ll id-il II ::-t'i ____________
NOTICE ""oCR F'CTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTtcF l HKK'-I'T fSIVEN thnt
n.e undersigned, deslrlne to eneaee In
m,.lnes l-el^r o-- Meflu """' of
PAI'I/H citiks Sl'ltVli'i: STATION.
.,,' -nn\ N 2nd Av-ntie. intend to
reelater said name with the Clerk of
rh" Circuit Court Of Dade County.
no'"",fl rut. RTRI'M- --" ,
i, un n mack Wr
ri .iirnT i i PWlf >N
v,,.rne for I'-.oi Byrum
ii 12-ll-M IZ/I _________________
NOTICE
HMitrp FICTITIOUS
N*Mr LV
VOTtCR IS HERERT OIVFN thM
,,lersi-ne.l. des'rin- In emti.ee In
L, under MeHtlous name of
i-TV-rn WiiTnllS. al M*l N
,r..e| Intend! tO le.-isl," -aid
|,h the c'eik .' the CirciiU
,,f |v,,l.. I". ..llv I" ..rl.l.|
M.ntiir iniir.til.li-inn'-,
pr>rit.'pT t i i-wisi'V
M.orn.v fo' Ml'-it Hall
ii K-M II :;-,n______
the
l,.,.i.i.
l I.
.'.. h
name
Curt
i.l.l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .....
NOTICE is HEREBT tltVEI
with the Clerk
of Dade County. ""'"'i .....
STANLBl P. COHfcN
ll/12-l-2 i:/
MOTICE "N CTTITIOUS
N NAMF I W
voTTP ts HERERT OIVEN th't
.he nndersl-ned. de-'rin" to eneaee In
JUwrll nm" '" h* '",rk
J3 .v. Circuit Court of Dade County.
n"r"'a PAIL H. MFinENDERa
U/l!-19- I2-"
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No. 174033
CELIA ALBERT, Plaintiff
Vs.
I1ARRV Al r.l'i'i'. Defendant
NOnrr fsr PUBLICATION
To: HARRY ALBERT
Resldem e I'nknown
TOP Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill "f Complain! for dlvon
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve cony of your
v .,... thereto on Pb> inf Iff a attorney,
BEN E88EN mil Bevnold Building.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Anawer In the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the lltth
d:.v of December. I*M: otherwise the
allegation* of said Bill of complaint
will be taken as confessed ai'nlnst von
Dated this vth day of November.
13..4.
c R I W. (THERM VN,
Clerk. Circuit ConM
By: WTM W BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
BEN I'SS'V. Raq
ml,, e.o 'or I'l.iintlff
11/12-Hi-:'''. It/I_____________________
IN THr P'RCUIT COURT !? THF
FLFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'OA. IN ANO FOR D*DF
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 174041
ALICE APDETTB VLADIMIR
Plaintiff
VINi'PVT VLDIMIR TVfen.lnnt.
NOTir-r nf PURL'CATION
voc vivi'i-vT VT^AOlMtR. care of
\alcoff. Ml Eggt s.'.th Street. N.w
York. New York
are herel.v noilffed (hat a Hill of Com-
plain! (or Divorce has been filed
aeslnt von. nnd vou are required lo
serve a copy of vour Answer or Plead-
ins to the' tllll'of Comiilnlnl on '''
I'lalriiffs attorney, max h BITVER,
MS s.vl.old llnildine. Miami. PVtrida.
and file the orlelnnl Answer or Plead-
ing In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or hefore the tlth
dav of December. 1!04. If vou *-II lo
do' so. 1o.'".n.nt he default will lie
taken aeiilnst nsi for the relief de-
manded in the lim of Cip|aln<
linvi: WD okhkiiK'i nt Miami
i-i.'idii, this sth day of November,
V P.. I FAT'IPRM VN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I lad" Copntv. Ftnel/t*
llv W\t \V. s'Tni'KIW.
,(-i.-,..iii c^iio Seal) DeXnHy clerk
MX P. S'l.V'PR
A'toenev for piolntlff
>"' SevhnM Building, Miami 32. Fla.
I1/12-1J-28 12/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY. No 174032
L. A. ANDERS, Plaintiff
vs.
K ill.N I'i "LINE and
Tni.ink, in- wite, if married,
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THF SI'A I'i: OF
Fl.c IRIDA:
To: JOHN TOLINK. if living, and
TOLINE, Ins wife if
married, and whose residences
.. unknown:
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, de-
visees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against JOHN
TOLINK, not known to lie dead
or alive;
AND AI.So. as to each of the
above named Defendant indi-
viduals, if the) be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
tces, creditors or other parties
claiming by. through, under or
against su.h Defendants;
AND ALSO, all other and un-
known persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or inter-
est in the property which is the
subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being in Dade
County, Florida, ami more par-
ticularly desci il.e.l as follows:
i.ois s end 9 in Block 3 ..r
ZIONA SUBDIVISION, ac-
cording to the I'lat thereof.
recorded in Plat Rook 29 at
i' io 75 oi the Public Records
of Dade County, Flo: ida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are here-
in notified that a suit hat been filed
in the above named Court, by the
Plaintiff above named ,for the pur-
i........f quieting title of the Plaintiff,
in ami to the propertj involve.i here-
MialioV .lesel il.e.l
Vi U" ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In -aid sun on or before the ISth
das of December, 1951 and In default
of su.h Appearance, s Decree Pro
Cnnfeseo will be entered against you
and each of you.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse in Dade County, Miami
Florida, this sih day of November,
lSil.
F. I!. l.EATHKUMAV.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKINi;.
Depiin Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
inn Sevh..ld ltldc. Miami. Florida
II'12-19-26 12/3 _____________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 174045
BABBTTB ALDERMAN, Plaintiff.
vs
HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARVEY ALDERMAN
:lii Chariton Street
New York. New York
You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required lo
serve a Ci iv Of v..or Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS,
HEIMAN .< KAPLAN. 950 Seybold
Building. Miami. Florida, and file the
oricinal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or I..fore the 18th day of Decemher.
I!"."i4. If vou fall to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four roneeouttve weeka
In THE JEWISH FMiRlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 8th day of November,
AD. 1951. ,
E, B. t.EATHFRMW.
clerk. Circuit Court.
Ttade County. Florida.
By If. C. C.REEN.
(Circuit Court S'eall Deputv Cleric
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attornevs for Plaintiff
:.n Seybold Building, Miami, Fla. '
111/12-19-28 12/J wJ


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IliesxviislhJEIIiOipidliiaun
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1954
SECTION B
. Arnold Volpe Memorial
Building Dedicated at U of M
Ienthusiasts of Greater Mi-
L>red (in the main campus i
Jnive'rsity of Miami Thurs- J
I'd,, dedication of the music |
1 new Vrnold Volpe Memo-
Iding.
Chasins, pianist-compos-
ihc principal address at
pi,, ceremonies. John Bit-
L ,,i the school of music
buctor f the UM Sym-
Drche-tra. was master of
speakers included Presi- ]
y w Pearson; Mrs. Al-
t. wife nf the major donor
for the building; Mrs.
olpe. manager of the sym- I
I Dr. Bertha Foster, first
I the university's school of
hd now dean emeritus; and
[Barton, president of the
Alumni Association.
e building was erected at
If $125,000, of which $100.-
|he gift of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
ck of Miami Beach. The
,,i the building fund was
hundreds of Greater Mi-
amians, many of whom bought
building bricks in the 1940 open-
ing drive for funds for a Volpe
memorial building. One of the larg-
er contributions, $10,000. was giv-
en by the then Mrs. Kstelle August,
since remarried.
One unit contains the adminis-
trative offices. The other has 11
classrooms, one of which can ac-
commodate 100 persons. In this
room is placed the concert grand
Baldwin piano presented to the
music school as a memorial to Dr.
Volpe by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bil-!
lings, of the Karl Billings Music
Co.
Dr. Volpe was the founder in,
1926 of the university's symphony |
orchestra. A graduate of the Im-1
perial Conservatory in St. Peters-
burg, when Tschaikowsky. Rimsky-
Korsakoff and other master musi-
cians were on the faculty. Dr.
Volpe came to this country at the
turn of the century and became a
major protagonist for the recogni-
tion of American musicians. In
New York, he fostered the first
outdoor symphony concerts at the
Lewisohn Stadium. He was direc-
tor of the UM symphony until his
death in 1940.
Chasins. now music director of
WQXR. the AM-FM radio stations
of the New York Times, was one of
the first prominent artists to ap-
pear as piano soloist with the UM
Symphony in February 1936. Since
that time, he has appeared on sev-
eral occasions with the symphony.
Mrs. Marie Volpe, widow of the
late conductor-composer, has man-
aged the business affairs of the
symphony orchestra, including the
securing of guest artists, since its
inception in 1926. She is author of
"Arnold Volpe Bridge Between
Two Musical Worlds." published in
1950 by the University of Miami
Press.
The only musical feature of the
dedication ceremonies was pre-
sented by Dr. Arturo di Filippi.
director of the Miami Opera Guild
and professor of voice in the School
of music. He sang Dr. Volpe's
composition. "The Twenty-third
Psalm."
Mrs. Leo Ackerman (right), president of the Jewish Socicl
Service Bureau, accepts a plaque presented to the Jewish
Vocational Service Department of JSSB for the department 3
outstanding achievement in the field of placing handicepped
persons in the Greater Miami area. Making the presentation
is I.. A. Daniel, of the Florida State Employment Service. The
award was made by the Miami Chamber of Commerce. Com-
mittee on Handicapped Placement. Chairman of JSSB pub-
licity, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, revealed the local agency's
award here. Mrs. Levin also assumes a leading role in the
Chamber of Commerce handicap procrcm. JSSB. as well cs
the Chamber, are recipients of nation-wide honors in this field
and have made Miami a leading U.S. community in Nationcl
Employ the Handicapped campaigns.
Department Store Executive to Head
Combined Appeal Budget Committee
Or. Arnold Volpe
Dr. Morris Goodman, of Miami
Beach, prominent department store
executive and civic worker, has
been named chairman of the bud-
gel committee of the Greater Mi-
i ami Jewish Federation, Stanley ('.
Myers, Federation president, re-
vealed this week.
The committee, consisting ol 21
members elected from and by the
Federation board ol governors, is,
responsible for considering re-
quests for funds of beneficiary
nes in the Combined Jewish
Appeal. The committee develops
criteria for determining inclusion
of national and local beneficiary |
leiderman Rides into Miami on Hurricane Hazel
s Work Leaves No Free Time
JEWISH FLORIOIAN FEATURE
odd is the limit of the province of Robert
i-rman. national field representative for
pith's department of membership and pro-
"chnciderman is currently visiting the Dade
aid area in an official capacity to help spur
lign for membership m the B'nai B'rith or-
Dn now taking place throughout the nation.
Udsome young man from New York City.
trman has seen both his parents and his
i only rare occasions since the start of World
During the 'tO'n, he served wi'h the U.S.
I the Pacific Theater of Operations. With the
?ear- over, he divided his time in study
campuses of Columbia and Princeton
ftii-s and the New York Law School.
the Korean "police action" sent American
the battlefields there. Schneiderman return-
new three-year lour of duty again with
This time, he achieved the rank of Ensign
l" a post in Paris. France. With the war
Was discharged as a Lieutenant. U.S. Navy.
his job of Security Officer in a joint Army
Force construction agency in the French
lity
chneiderman went to school now to the
> "f Michigan's graduate department. A
post in New York subsequently broughl
' and Just as he was becoming comfortable
mosphere of his family and in his task of
wilh mentally retarded children, B'nai
>ie (in the scene.
pderman's post as B'nai B'rith field icoi.
'- ne t,, (he roster of the international
Ijon Briefly, his functions involve moving
lajor communities throughout the United
1 Simulate membership and activity in local
!>< chapters and to aid them in their general
This is an exceedingly challenging task,"
he explained. "It's not a one shot' proposition but
a never-ending thing. What we are aiming at is to
help develop these groups, to spur their interest
and then to have them hold that interest.
"And. in this regard. I might add that our princi-
pal concern lies with community programs. It is up
to (he individual lodge to choose its maior local
project and to carry it through: all we aim to do is
inspire leadership and the willingness to achieve
Schneiderman is in Miami for a two-month visit
because ibe international organisation believes lhat
Ihis area is rapidlj coming of age that a burgeon-
ing Jewish life here can mean much for B nai B nth
and relied well on the Jew. h community through-
0,1 "When Bnai B'rith president Philip Klutznick
Wjta in Miami." Schneiderman explained, "he met
with your leaders and expressed the opinion that
I,.,dcs potential is great. There are eight local
lodge* representing some 2.000 men. and six chap-
ters with a membership of 1 500 women. Accord-
in- to schneiderman, these dedicated people are
performing i challenging service In the
Typical projects throughout the nation include
community B'nai Brilh interest In and support ol
Old age home-, children's homes, veterans hospitals
.,! rship funds lor p.....' rtudenta of high school
1. Americanism and civic affairs program!, handi-
Sp'employment drives, community cheat campaigns
i^-Sw repmentrtfve -idL "your
,,,, a chapters do am-....... job at PratUGenera
Sal. with helping in the |>resentatton of annual
.,.., awards and in sponsoring deb......g con-
' the city's youth. In addition to Una.
I h duties toward llillei and various purely
Jew sh interests, they play an increasingly leading
readily seen, in non-eeetarian activities.
I;!-:;:;.;;!; knittinu -radi-ional Jew,sh life with
Continued on Page 6 B
agencies in the annual fund drive
and also decides upon allotments
to non-local beneficiaries.
Dr, Goodman called his first of-
ficial meeting on Monday, which
included a review Of major prob-
lems facing the community and a
consideration of agencies to be in-
cluded in the 1955 CJA drive.
Dr. Goodman assumes the post
as chairman after many yean of
service in the work of Federation.
He has been a member of the board
of governors for the past six years
nd also a member W the execu-
tive committee since 1951.
He served also as trustee, chair-
man of the department store divi-
sion, member of the initial gifts
and special gifts units and as a
vice president in 1952.
Dr. Goodman was a member of I
one of the early business and pro-
fessional units of Federation in
1947. In 1953. he was vice chair-
man of the campaign cabinet and t
a member of the budget committee.
In 1951. Dr. Goodman accepted
chairmanship of the first Israel
Bond drive in Greater Miami. He ]
' is a vice president of Mt. Sinai Hos- |
pital and serves on the board of
trustees there.
Many years before the establish-
ment of Israel, he was one of the I
organizers of a fund drive to ere-'
ate a medical college at Hebrew
University. Other of his local ac
tivities include chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach business division for
the Red Cross drive, member of <
Temple Rmanu-El and member-
ships in various professional, reli-
gious and fraternal organizations.
Ooming t Miami from New York
City in 1335. Dr. Goodman became
associated with Morris Bros. De-
partment Stores.
For some time, he directed a mu-
nicipallv supported heart clinic for
-eh >..l children in New York City.
He was also in charge of one of
the heart clinics at Belle-, lie Hos
pital and has written several pa-
per- on the subject of heart di-
, ise For a short period, h i was
Assistant Professor of Medicine al
Medical College, New York Uni-
versity.
He has degrees from the City
College of New York and New
1 York University Medical School.
Commenting on the responsibil-
ity of the budget committee, Dr.
I Goodman this week said:
"Th Buds<' Committi e ..im.- : ir
the efficient and ec in imical op
ation of its agencies. It encour-
ages necessary and well-conduct I
welfare programs. It aims to keep
the nperatioii.il costs I I its agen-
cies to .i minimum consistent with
good administration and service
"The Budget Committee at-
tempts to relate th? budget, in dol-
lars and cents, to the total picture
ol community need for the services
rendered by its beneliciary agen-
cies."
Although the active budgeting
period starts early in October,
when agency applications for in-
clusion in the coming year's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal are consid-
ered, the committee meets through-
out the year.
It is the budget committee which
submits and explains to the CJA
campaign committee its estimate of
the total needs of all beneficiary
agencies for ensuing year. Upon
the basis of this information. Fed-
eration is enabled to set its cam-
paign goal for the annual drive.
Dr. Goodman announced that he
will shortly appoint sub-committees
from the major group as are deem-
ed necessary to study local, na-
tional, defense, religious and ov-
erseas agency applications.


Dr. Morris Goodman
_


PAGE 2 B
Southern Section JWB Names Officers
At Convention; Miamians in Major Posts
ftominent roles wereTlayed by Others elected at the ronW-an
the Greater Miami contingent to were vice presidents(.Hbert we
the recent Southern Section. Jew- hi each Memphis Tcr.n.. r N..
ish Welfare Board conference held t than Goldstein. New Orleans,
in Houston. Texas.
Headed by Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the section, the Miami con-
tingent included Mrs Leon Kap-
lan. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vice prr-i
dent of the section and president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com
munity Center: Sam Seitlin. newly
elected treasurer of the Southern
Section. Jewish Welfare Board:
Mrs Carl Susskind. member of the
GMJCC board; and Efraim H. Gale,
executive director of QMJCC
The conclave of southern .Tc\nh
Welfare Board leaders attracted
over 236 delegates and obeamra
from the eleven Southern States
between Florida and Texas Dele-
Unites irom the Jewish Welfare
Board Armed (Service area in the
Fourth Ann) Area also participet-
i n Ihe convention.
David H whit, ol Houston, edi-
tor and publisher ol the Jewish
Herald Voice and past presidenl of
the Houston Jewish Community
c ei was elected nt of
the Souther rWB to sue-
i
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HUDAY.
Ravmond Rosen Savannah. ',a
and Julian Zander. Nashville.
Tenn : secret ir\ Meyer N Km
nenhcr\ Birmingham. Ala ; tr.i-
urer. SaMtn, Miami
Or. WnUOH Wexler. of StVM
nah. Ge- and David Bhimberg, of
Knoxvii'e r. nn. will represent
the Sou'rr en Section on the Jew
ish Center Division George Berke,
of Chali;r I'nn.. ami Mtt
midnun ; Mlanta will the
Section's representatives on the
National Council Aaron Brenner.
Memphis. Tenn \ Robert Bi i r,
Dallas. Tex.. Ben D Mark- Corpui
Christi. Tex and Mr- Sirkin, will
represent the Southern Section on
JWB's national board of directors
other- who Will serve on the
board rnors will be Morrii
man. Memphis. Tenn
Sirkin. Miami Beach; Sanford Ola-
I harleston S i Henrj Shon-
field. Savannah Ga Philip N i ;
Dallas Tea Herbert Shainberg.
Memphis. Tenn Prank II I
stein M rl
owitz, Tampa, Fla ; Louis v
lack, San Antonio, Tea Mr- Jo-
Houston
and Pr Irwin Isaacson, New Or
Hi rbert Millman, i I N< a York,
and Dan Schlanger, ol Houston,
t the i
that .ii wish i 'ommunit)
have faith "that Judaism will not
only survive, hut that it will eon
tinue to contribute to .i better
wrid Thej s.,i ujat """r-Miami Sisterhood Schedules
helping to translate Jewish
values into hwnn concepts and
thai the science ol the Center is
to help people use their tree time
in a manner that is thoroughly en-
joyable t" them, and at the MIM
time helps them to thrive, to the
utnio-t of their potential, as
I Msic, Vrt;
UTo Install
I Miami B**h
Leagu^rjn r(1 "*
1 nuar-mb^cai,
honi
evening,
Nov. I .* w
*>* Plan hotel U
Ruth Hrotnttn. *
Jhe program ,
Gardner. America,
Miami ( onspn. '
; appearing will ly, *T.
Baet. n,,,^
I aorale unrterthefo
**l Ingraham and .
ISS Pa' BrDBbo!i
Htrrj IWnhard a
s president othen .
posts include Ruth
five vice president;
BUT, vice president' k
lecrel irj striia ciT
Anita Karns, imao*
and tnyuti Mehcov
Dr. Bertha
Zuec, Mil
Illl III
F'l-ter --||
be named |_
I 'he leagie.
Tobi Gerard (rightV models fas! ions at a style show of the
Industrial Laundries Convention ne'd in the Sans Bouci hotel
Tuc day Shown with Miss Gerard who ako acted as c in-
vention coordinator, is Martha Wat'.'.ii. demonstra.i.g the
latest in lingerie.
Annual Membership Tea
Annual membership lea ol Sis
tcrhood "t t h a Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will be
held on Tuesday Nov. 23. at 1:15
,n. 'p.m.. in the social hall of the s\na-
Arthur I. fox
Fox Named
To Faculty
Arthur K Fox, certified public
accountant of Florida > n d New
Vork. and attorney, member <>f the
Florida Bar, has joined the faculty
i Peninsular Institute as instruc
tor in Federal Income Taxation ac-
cording lo .hi announcement ii> hii
Hurwitz, director of the institute
i k graduated cum laude from
the Universit) ol Miami, where he
obtained his l.I.B degree He is also
a graduate of the College of the
Citj "t New York, where he re
: the BBA degree and Insig-
nium Award.
Fox served with the infantry in
World War II. after which he was
called to Washington to serve with
the then newly formed Corporation
Audit- Division of the General Ac
counting Office
Fox is admitted to practice be-
fore the IS Tax Court, IS. Dis-
trict Court. I'S Court of Appeals.
Fifth Circuit and the Florida Su-
preme Court He i- I member of
the American Institute of Accoun-
tants, Florida Institute ol Certified
Public Accountants, the New York
State Society ol Certified Public
Accountants
dividuals, affirmative Jews and as
active Americans."
Kaplan and Col. Harry D. Hen-
abel, of New York, expressed con-
cern about the excessive pressures
being put on JWB staff and lead-
ers who are trying to do a big
job fur Centers and the Armed
' Services with too little money,
I He urged increased support
local Jewish Welfare Funds, no
that JWB"?budget of S2.287.968 in
1955. will be met
Following the convention, the 30
professional workers in the South
ern region participated in a Pro-
fessional Institute, which was spun
-ored jointly by the Southern Sec
tion-JWB and the Southern Chap-
ter-NAJCW, under the chairman-
ship "i ii.uoid Benowitz, executive
director of the Corpus Christi Jew ,
i-h Community Council.
Thi Institute focused on the
questions what is our Jewish
Heritage and our Jewish Values?
How can t h e -e be interpreted
through Center programming"
Mi-- Leah Jaffa. JWB'- consultant
in the arts, and Herbert Millman.
JWB's director of field service,
served .i- consultants at the In-
stitute
The Southern Chapter of ihe
NAJCW held its annual meeting
following the convention Nat Shul-
' man. executive director of the
Jewish < ommunity Center of Char-
leston, s i was elected presidenl
Other officer- include Paul Sch-
wartz, ol Memphi-. Tenn and
Fir..im Gale, of Miami, vice presi
di-nts. Edward Jacket, Atlanta. Ga..
secretary; and Harold Benowit/ oi
Corpus Christi, Tex, treasurer,
Fleeted to the executive com-
mittee of the Southern I hapter
wore Jack Dauber. Houston. Tex;
Jack chiinick. Atlanta Ga Manny
Temporary officers of the West i Tropp, Miami; Irwin Giffen, Sevan
Miami Jewish Center Young Adult neb, Ca ; and Fphraim Goldstein,
Group named at a recent meeting Nashville. Tenn.
include
Pat Moore, chairman; Geoffrey
Front, treasurer, Barbara Kelin.
secretary; Dolores Keusch, Uaaon;
Morton Kaufman, publicity; Robin
Hecht, public relations; and Jeffrey
JJurman, program.
gogue
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a skit. "Meeting to Music." di-
rected by Mrs. Bernard Welkind.
Participants include the Mes-
dames George Goldberg. Kdward
Becker. Bernard Kelemer. Michael
Blank. Herbert Feldan. Peter Du-
chon, Abraham Barkin. Helen
by Haltz. Max Newberger. G. Pearlman
and David Meltzer.
Mrs. Robert Levin will render
vocal selections, accompanied by-
Mrs. Saul Bernstein at the piano.
Mis- Judith Youngerman will
dance
Mr- Irvin Sirkin is chairman of
the day, with Mr- Nathan Coulton
in charge "f refreshment- Mr- Si
mon April i- program chairman.
Presidenl of the group is Mrs.
RoIkti Schweitzer
'Monte Carlo Night*
A dance and "Monte Carlo
Night" Will be held at the West
Miami Jewish ('enter >>n Saturday.
Nov. 20. 8:30 p.m Dancing will be
to the music of Sammy Lane and
his orchestra Dave Dresner and Al
Fogel are in charge of arrange-
ments.
GORDON ROOFIKi
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Sprring thv Jewish 4 ommn
of
1,rvittvv Miami
with
Honor and IHstinclion
for
Orer a Quarter of a #>n1|
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IN MIAMI I MIAMI BUd
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NOVEMBER 19, 1954
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[E POLITICAL SCENE
ise New Jersey Victory Seen
As Rebuff to Sen. McCarthy
ON THE *
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Art*
of the encouraging aspects
political campaign has been
omparative lack of anti-Se-
rection. True enough, the
Bongers wore busy striving to
, ii the climate of fear
generated by unconscion-
politicians, but the bulk of the
I it seems was too busy watch-
Uevision and listening to ra-
pay attention to the crack-
,. victory in New Jersey was
hundini; rebuff to Joe McCar-
|But .vmilrln't it have been
lal it the une Republican can-
whom Joe publicly opposed
|in the end to have become
etr-nnining factor in return-
Wisconsonite troublemaker
to the coveted chairmanship ()f (he
Senate investigating committee'.'
We have no way of determining
how embarrassing such a develop-
ment would have been to Case, who
seems to be a highly sensitive man,
but he is off the hook now with
Neuberger's election in Oregon.
Truly this is a case where a Case
has been rescued by a Neuberger
who, incidentally, is the second
Jew to be sent to the U.S. Senate
by Oregon's electorate.
The first one was Joseph Simon.
who served in the Senate from
1899 to 1903. One of the uglie~t
developments of the campaign was
the political pressuring of the Ju-
daistic schizophrenics of the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism who de-
ceived no one when they strove
to conceal their true purpose under
THE THEATER
derstanding 'Dybbuk'
Needed for Ansky Play
igc of "The Dvbbuk." This will ,
old so long as Yiddish is spoken. Porm0"\ Germany, France, Indo-
ut. what about those who don't m'sla' ***" a,nd. *" areas of
By SAMUEL EPSTEIN
AJP
H\ YORKThe critics' ac-1
of "The Dybbuk" comes as
urpriMv Ansky's masterful |
emerges notwithstanding
nperiect casting and some-
ni'-handled interpretations of
die customs and rites.
it doesnl really matter
er this English version lives
standard set by the Ha-
["nmpany. Whit is important
a production of first mag-
ha- been presented in Eng-
i a mixed audience conveying
bart and mind of the Chas-
ed ni East European Jewry.
jlgh the transposition of a
Jewish theme into the Eng-
Bguage i- not as successful
would like it to be, the
i The Dybbuk" man-
in overcome all the pitfalls.
the director wisely per-
he Chassidic chants to remain
sage of "The Dvbbuk." This will
hold
Bi
the non Yiddish speaking Jews
and the non-Jews? Can they grasp
its meaning. let alone sympathize
with the characters of the play?
There are two answers to this prob-
lem. In homes where the Yiddish
language is absent, a negative at-
titude toward Judaism is usually
found.
A viewer coming from such a
home will certainly find the idea
of exorcising "a dybbuk" from a
young girl at the behest of a Rabbi
as ample proof justifying his atti-
tude toward Judaism. He will ap-
ply all the latest psychological and
Freudian terms to the events por-
trayed before him as proof that he
does not belong to Judaism. In
most cases, the non Yiddish speak-
ing Jew is prejudiced from the out-
set.
The non Jews, a- I witnessed at
Senator McCarthy
. rebuffed
a cloak of "piety" whose direction
was as obvious as it was vicious.
They spoke the language of the
SO-called American Friends of the
Middle East with their strange but
not innocent appeal against injec-
tion of foreign affairs into the cam-
paign.
This clique that would channel
American policy against Israel did
not deem it proper or fitting to ask
for the elimination from the cam-
paign of such foreign issues as
KING SOLOMON'S NAVY. By
Nora Benjamin Kubie. New
York: Harper and Brothers. 181
PP. $2.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
"And King Solomon made a navy
of ships in Ezion-Geber, which is
beside Eloth, on the shore of the
Red Sea, in the land of Edom .
And they came to Ophir, and fetch-
ed .. gold and brought it to
King Solomon." (I Kings) Thus the
Old Testament tersely tells it.
Readers who have found the
Bible discouragingly brief on what
must have been fascinating matters
concern to the United States.
Only on the issue of Israel were
they sensitive about the foreign
affairs angle. Have these elements
become so bold as to no longer
consider the Middle East a proper
from the depths of Jared's heart,
runs the hatred of slavery and t.ie
sense of the innate dignity of a hu-
man being, regardless #f his color
or belief. It seems to me that if
"King Solomon's Navy" has a "i
al" (all good books have at ti:-ir
core some philosophical concept,
whether boldly drawn or delicately
limned), this it is, and it is one
which bears repeating over and ov-
er again, especially for children.
This is a charming book, bait
history and half fantasy, with a
little Judaism sparkling warmly,
like small jewels, among the pages.
("Why should I need an Image,"
Jared asks, "when He is e\
will be pleased by Mrs. Kubie's j where?") All the pigment and
tale of Jared. the shepherd lad, I flavor of Biblical days is here, set-
who sailed to Africa with King ting off some excellent character
Solomon's Navy.
Jared. a Hebrew
from the Ju-
study and an exciting story which
moves quickly from one episode to
daean hills, found that going to j another. Illustrations by the au-
sea was the only way he could i thor, who is alsc a successful artist,
escape from the copper mines in j include a map of the voyage so
which he had been enslaved. He that young readers can see exactly
was small for his age, and the life j where they are.
was not easy, but he was a stub- It is really a pity that today's
born lad and not without courage. children must be so poverty-strick-
He found an ally in Eben. the kind en for literature of this sort and
Tyrian helmsman, who more than must find their entertainment on
once saved him from the anger of! a black and white screen of flicker-
the wicked shipmaster. Merbal. [ ing figures, when there is a richly-
Together Jared and Eben weath- colored, sturdily imaginative story
ered many adventures in Africa,
Arabia, and at the court of the
golden Queen of Sheba herself. By
the time they returned to Jeru-
salem and King Solomon, Jared
had become a man in stature and
in heart, and his two years before
field in America's foreign policy j the ma.st were well rewarded.
domain? I Throughout the book, welling up
like "King Solomon's Navy" to
read.
Jared is someone our youngsters
would enjoy knowing, and one
would do well to tear them a uy
from the television set and let Mrs.
Kubie make some of their own his-
tory, as it may have been, c e
alive for them.
THE SPORTING WORLD
Basketbull Team Saga Pays
Tribute to Promoter Saperstein
the opening, had a completely dif-
tongue adding color fem)( .MUUuh. Among them were
.'ling the right atmo- some Japanese and Negroes. They
wire not really prepared for this.
One thing, however, can be Baid
for them. They wen
By BILL WOLF
JTA
who understand the Yid-
|t appreciate the nies-
"(lo Man Go," the movie telling
the story of how Abe Saperstein
built the Harlem Globetrotters in-
to the world-famous basketball
team, is currently being shown in
ympatbetic neighborhood theaters.
"1
0
George Jesicl
. eption en ntvel
and understanding. 'I'll y were not
prejudiced. In some cast s. th was
their first experbnee '. Jewish
theim -
"The DyWro* course, is in its
experiment iage at present.
w h ih< iot such offerings can
' e suco sful will be decided most-
ly by people attitU !< towards
religion. The big hurdle, it occurs
> me. is to convince Jews about
I dai-m. In the end. however,
Ansky's masterpiece will rise
bove prejudice. It is a living doc-
ument of the Jewish pastno long-
er with us.
Ludwig Donath. who played the
part of Rabbi Azrael and Lou Gil-
bert, the part of Sender, have left
the Company in order to appear
in a new up-to-date version of
"Abies Irish Rose" which will op-
en soon on Broadway.
This picture stands out as a ma-
jor achievement. It's not in cine-
mascope. It doesn't have a cast
of thousands. It wasn't, filmed in
io countries, it wasn't 30 years in
the making.
It is a plain, ordinary, unherald-
ed film hut one that packs more
punch, excitement, and substance
than most of the highly-touted
films combined.
First of all. the most important
factor for sports fans will be the
excellent basketball sequences.
They are done in such a way as
to excite even the stranger to bas-
ketball. There are some magnifi-
cent shots of the Globetrotters'
equally magnificent playing.
In addition, the film is one of
the best ever shown about the Ne-
gro people. The film deals with
the question of discrimination
against the Globetrotters, although
it doesn't spell it out as clearly as ing each other's company and
it could. friendship in each other's homes.
However, the best scenes are not : There is also a fine shot of the
the ones that strive to get any par- I Players present at Abe's traditional
tiCUlar point across. They are the J*l* wedding,
scenes that show a warm, social, l Such scenes stand out because,
friendly relationship between the when you think about it. you rare-
Negro players on the Globetrotters ly see a normal, relaxed scene iu-
Iand Abe Saperstein's family. Theylvolving both Negro families and
just naturally appear to be enjoy- white families in a film.
aj* M*tui
b| LEAH LEONARD
Send your favorite recipe to The Jewish Floridian, together with
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you will be presented with a copy of "The Book of Jewish Recipes,"
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the principles of cookery.
Now is the time for all good i move the core from blossom end.
home-makers to augment the daily stick 2 or 3 cloves into each pear
\T THE MOVIES
ssel Plans Film on the Tercentenary
details are incubating along with
plot, but its Jor filming in Bur-
ly LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
LLYWOOD Georgie Jessel
ken an option on Louis Zara's
This Blessed Land," keyed
Sooth anniversary of the
M of the first Jews in Amer-
fhich he plans as a motion
picture. George has been talking
to Ben Hecht on the screen play.

Arch Oboler, the famed radio
writer-director whose Africa safari
film "Bwana Devil" launched 3-u
three years ago. is dreaming up a
feature film in collaboration with
author Budd Schulberg. All other
ope.
Comic Victor Borge, who is now
celebrating the first anniversary of
us current one-man Broadway
how, rates the tag of the year*
how business phenomenon.
his
diet with Fall fruits and vegetables.
Make use of the Seckel Pears for
later as well as current accompani-
ment to roasts of beef, veal, chick-
en and turkey. These pears are
plentiful and very cheap right now.
Here is one way of preparing them:
Spiced Seckel Pears
3 pounds Seckel Pears
(small, hard variety)
3 tablespoons whole cloves,
optional
Cold water to cover
34 cup vinegar (cider or
wine vinegar)
1 cup dark brown sugar,
tightly packed
V* teaspoon ground cinnamon
or 1 4-inch stick)
Pare the pears, leaving stems in-
tact, but remove the blossom ends.
If the pears are mpre than, l1*
inches in diameter, it is best to re-
after rinsing with cold water and
draining well. Now cover pears
with cold water and bring to a
quick boil. Skim carefully, Mrn
down heat to moderate boil and
cook till tender enough to pierce
pears with a toothpick. The liquid
should be reduced by about half.
Add sugar, vinegar and cinnamon
and cook, uncovered, for 5 to 10
minutes longer. Lift pears from
pot with a slotted spoon into wide
mouth glass jars or a glazed con-
tainer, add the syrup to cover and
store in refrigerator at least 2
hours before serving. For later
use, store in sterilized glass jars
that should be sealed while hot.
Variation: Omit cinnamon but
add a few drops of red vegetable
coloring or 1 teaspoon red cinna-
mon candies before filling jars.



PAGE 4 B
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'JFHI' lHgalf 5>MNk MeW9U to
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ATLANTIC CITY The 23rd
general assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds concent railed on planning
measures to strengthen central
Jewish community organisations
and increase 1955 fund raising re-
sults to meet vastly changed Deeds
overseas and at home during open-
ing sessions of the CJFWF na-
tional convention here.
This- was, announced by Julian
Freeman. Indianapolis, president
'This i> a workshop session."
Freeman declared. "The pressing
problems facing communities in
meeting their worldwide responsi-
bilities in 1955 demand that Jewish
community leaders from all over
the United States and Canada >it
down together to find effective
solutions and guideposts for ac-
tion "
The 11 man Miami delegation,
headed by Dr. Kurt Peiser. heard
the opening session of the Assem-
bly Thursday evening provide ex-
pert appraisals of changes which
have taken place at home and
abroad.
On Friday morning. Freeman
will outline the major problems
which must be overcome if com-
munities are to meet their respon-
sibilities in 1959 Among the n
he will deal with are the is-
- involved in the continued
strengthening i tral commu-
tations ..- I hi kej to
ful fund r
measures
r,..
suits, tl need t ncentrati man-
on
the pru ponsibili-
\ ni lewisl philan-
mil
with cur-
hip .111(1
:
'Education Month'
Ends With Tour
Of Aged Home
lewish I
tion will clow I Month"
tour "f the Jewish H
21
" and
.. met
Dii led to tour the
B1 Doug
v lin Memorial
Building, it has need bj
Mr- Irwin Weinstein, general
( airman of Education Month
even) i- th- fourth conduct-
ed tou : b) the Won i
Division to t..k-- women workers
I volunteer- behind the scene in
Greater Miami welfare institu-
tion- and to familiarize them with
the agency function-
A special event planned for Sun-
day at the Home will be a birth
day party (or resident- whose
birtbda) falls in the month of
November Mrs. Sol SiKerman.
president of the Home Auxiliary
and Mr- Frances Makov-kv. vice
pre-ident. also celebrating their
birthday- in November, will be
guests of honor.
Mrs Frances Kubin will serve as
hostess chairman The program of
the day i- under the direction of
Mr and Mr- Ben Yomen They will
direct the Miami Beach community
singer- in vocal presentation-
Mr- Silverman also tent
chairman of the tour committee
Mr- Stanlev C Mwr-. acting
\\ men Division chairman, in the
absence of Mr- Irving I^hrman
and Mrs Jack A Ablin. hailed the
one-month education project as a
"unique community experience
and commended the president- of
local agency auxiliary group- who
participated so effectively in the
program.
Sigmund Eisenberg. president of
the Tenty-Ninerv has arranged
to provide free bus service for
members of the tour on Sunday.
The bus will .'-ave from 1618 Wash-
ington ave., at 1 p.m.
tion. the delegates will meet in
eight concurrent workshops arrant
ed by size of Jewish population In
intensive exchange of viewpoint
and experience, thev will seek to
advance concrete proposals foi *>
-emhlv consideration .is .. mean- of
overcoming these problem- One
set of work-hop- will consider
problem- of fund raising, multlole
appeals and leader-hip Another
vrnun of work-hop- will discuss
budgeting, planning, and leader
I ship.
At a Saturday evening dinner.
!the delegates will hear Brartdeis
University president. Dr. Sachar,
speak on the broad historical de-
velopment- which have shaped
and are shaping American Jewish
development Isidore Sobeloff. exe-
cutive director of the Detroit Jew
i-h Welfare Federation, will ana
lyze the role of the central Jewi-h
community organization move
' ment during the past fifty years
and the directions of current de-
velopment-.
The 1954 William J Shroder Me-
morial Awards will be announced
at the closing, luncheon Awarded
for the fir-t time la-t year, the
Citations honor the memory of the
founder and first pre-ident Ol the
Council Thev will be given to one
,-..tion from a community of
more than 20,000 Jewish popula-
tion, and to ..' nev from
a smaller community, tor "superior
achievement and initiative in the
cemi nt i i cial a i Ifare
William Rosenwald ol New York, a
t i<, pn sidenl ol the ( tl \vi. i-
chairman ol the Award ( ommit-
l
Mimm frit
Racing Season
On at Biscayne
Greyhound racing season in
South Florida was ushered in Mon-
day night at the Biscayne Kennel
Club as Miami oldest and largest
dog track opened for it- 28th meet-]
ing
Racing will continue nightly.
Sundays excluded, until Jan. 6. Bis- ,
cayne reopens again on April 11
and continue- through June 1.
Thirty of the nation- leading
hound owners are represented
I Biscayne Ibis year and almost
without a -ingle exception all of j
lasl v> ar's leading raci sin
be seen in action at the Miami
Shore's Oval
Kc i n< i- booked al Biscayne this
.,- follows Earl Baxter.
Paul Boone Jess tnhgham, Mike
i |, \ Kennels, Keith
Dillon \r>h DeGeer, J W Ewaldt,
J M Edwards, Benny Fri-ch. Fleet
Wing Kennel-. It K Hutching-. I.
M Kirkpatrick, C H Lovely, Mul-
rock Kennel-. Miami Kennels
e Szigeti i, Ohlineer and Blair,
Oswald Brother- Ollie Ostendorf,
M K Ostlund, Point Breese Ken
nel- Randle Brother-. B I. Robert
-on. F B StUtl Sawbuck Kennel-.
I I.,lh.it Fre.l Whltehe.el and
Tom Warmath
A- in the past, Biscayne will con-,
tinue to feature two long distance
nightly. These IJolS-foot
contests ..re scheduled ior the
fifth and tenth races and bring out
log held-, selected lor their
i duranci and stamina
A one-half milk contest will be
each s.iturdav night and
will lie the final event on
week-4 nding program
GMJCC Enrollment
Breakfasr-Slated
Here Sunday
Breakfast meeting of all cam-
paign workers in the 1954 Member-
ship enrollment campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will be held on Sunday
morning. Nov. 21. 10 am., at the
Town Branch of the GMJCC. 450
SW 16th ave.. according to Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. president of GMJCC,
and Richard Fink, chairman of the
membership committee.
The program will include a dis-
cussion of enrollment procedures,'
a film presentation of trie-activities'
carried on at GMJCC. as well as a
skit by several of the teen age
members of the Center.
General campaign plans, accord-
ing to Fink, include a report meet-
ing on Nov. 30. as well as a special
report on Dec. 5. the day of the
annual meeting of the Center.
A special brochure depicting ac-
tivities and programs conducted at
GMJCC's three buildings is being
sent to the community. These bro-
chures indicate that there are rec-
reational activities for all ages in
the community. Mrs. Sirkin said.
jM>AY. NOV
W]
I ,
M. Ravitch (fai| j
ish poet from i _
corned on his onwj
by David Pbasky..
nowned dramatis,
nahst. on the Zim,
Artso" in Haiia pat
Mizrachi Women Will
Hold Card Party
MlSfSJChi Women of Miami Beach
will hold a card party on Saturday
night. Nov. 20. at the Hotel Ab
ranis.
A regular meeting at 8 pm will
precede the fund raising function
Proceeds from the affair will go to
the BOSSy (lott-feld children- vil-
lage for orphan-, at Raanana. Is-
rael, according to Mr- Esther
Eisenstein, president.
Mr- Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs
ROM I.u-tig. Mrs Ida Weel. Mr-
Fanny Abrams and Mr- Jdaoph
Brenner are on the committee in
of arrangement-
Balkin to Speak
Gilbert J Balkin. i_
ida Regional office. Aj
tion League .if B'na'l
guest speaker at
Temple Beth Sholm.L
on Friday, Not 19. Hjl
The subject ol BilBql
Will be The Jew and Dai
Rabbi Samuel Lw7j
leader of Temple Beth I
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Burnett Both Miami Beach City
Councilman, will be Ii
speaker when he review- the bio-
graph) ol Judge Samuel Liebowitz,
"Courtroom," by yuentin Rey-
nolds on Monday. Nov. 22. 8:30
p.m at the Oceanfront Auditor-
lum. loth st and Ocean dr.
The year-round aeries, The
World '( Books is co-sponsored
b> the Miami Bead) Recreation De-
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Library
Preceding the review the I'm-
ver-itv of Miami Law School will
j eourt trial. -Cross Examina-
tion
Miss Berth.) Aldnch and Chaim
Rose are c>> chairmen.
Beth Tiilah Sisterhood
To Meet Monday
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will meet
Mondaj evening at 8 pm. ace >ra
..ii announcemeoi this week
Scheduled lor discussion is a
"Welcome Back" -upper to be giv-
en bv the women organisation on
Dec 5.
Recent appointments o( commit-
tee members include the Me-dames
Rose Schneider, Betty Schccter.
Ian.. Kramer. Anna Silberman.
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8ER 19. 1954
irini to Perform Tschaikowsky
loncerto With University Group
+Jei*trkrHlrtn
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guest solo-
Miss Morini gives her father
credit for recognition and develop-
ment of her tonal gifts He wu i
hard taskmaster, she reveals Noth-
ing short of iHixwH excused her
frpm practicing.
The child played her first itffllf
tral engagement as soloist under
the baton of the legendary fii>urc
in a performance of I among conductors, Artur Nikiseh
p major for Violin I Nikiseh was an old man. full of
Peter I. Tsch-1 years and 'he. hihest honors m
his field. Erica was quite at the
other end of the cycle Tiny, dark
haired, wide-eyed, she stood at his
aide, her white dress standing out
stiffly around her. An admirer
called her "wunderkind." "No,"
Klu.vantshina." by j replied Nikiseh. 'she is not a w in-
der-child. She is a wonder and a
child."
Her most amusing concert ex-
perience hannened when he play
ed in Tel Aviv. Israel. The audi-
ence sat around on the sand to
her perform-
rini '" **
University of Miami
lorchestra presents its
prt in the current win-
Sunda> and Monday
(ov 21 and 22. 8:30
(Miami Beach and Dade
jlitoriums
renowned violinist
i in
n l
i Bitter, conductor,
|J,e podium. Also sched-
rformance by the or-
Eymphony No. 5, opus
|it"ri Slvistakovitch, and
torn
du-soru-ky
pentoes mark epochs in
Kiss Morini. famous
I violinist. H one goes to
|ork apartment, she *"ill
blond doll pre
Symphony" and Leonard Bern-1 in time for rehearsal by the Na
stein's "The Age of Anxiety," with tional Symphony Orchestra, arriv-
Uu-M list monthti."-"' > *
Text for tne narration, also writ-
ten by Diamond, is based on the
Harry C. Oppenheimer, chair-
man of the National Tercentenary
music committee, said here that
the Diamond work was commis-
sioned less than six onths ago and
was composed in Italy. The manu-
script, flown to the United States
writings of the Old and New Testa*
ments. the selected poems of Yehu*
do Halevi and Mor.es lbn Ezra, and
a history of the Jews by Or. Soio-
mon Grayzel.
by Emperor Karl of j listen, punctuated
rh commemorates her ance with loud noises, which, alter
feuld prodigy '" Vienna,
costume presented by
L after a concert in Bu-1 plause.
a startled moment, she realized
represented the local form of ap-
Erica Morini. now an American
citizen, lives in New York. She is
married to Felice Siracusano. head
of a large jewelry firm. At the
height of her career. Miss Morini
is one of the great figures of
music today.
souvenir of her 'teens,
led of this collection is
Idered linen handker-
hangs in a frame on
her music room. This
Sarasate; the Spanish
and composer always
fnilkerclnef in bis breast
Bn he played On his HotTH' AllXlHary
wiled it to the Musical
| Madrid to be given to
of a later generation
?mi; best reflected the
[ Spanish dances.
fLh souvenir is no longer
lonm- possession. This
fcadagnini violin owned
Maud Powell and pre-
fMiss Monni after her
nited States. Miss
left the violin as a be-
Ibe next great woman
unfortunately, the violin
hi'- for Miss Moriin's
own instrument is the
Davidofl Stradivarius.
Until B/och
Symphonic Eulogy
Heard in Capital
U WIINGTON World pre-
miere 1.1 David Diamond's symphqr
" havah." commissidn
ed by the American Jewish T**.
< nt, nary Committee, was given
by the National Symphony Orchis
tra under the direction of Dr. Mow
ard Mitchell, on Wednesday at
Constitution Hall here.
The concert, dedicated to the
300th anniversary of Jewish set-
tlement in the United States, was
under the auspices of the Ameri-
can Jewish Tercentenary Commit-
tee ol Greater Washington, in co-
operation with the National Ter-
centenary Committee.
Other works performed at this
concert were Ernest Bloch's "Israel
mM&M
WHIGHT
Slates Luncheon
"Member-bring-a-member" is the
theme of the first membership par-
ty sponsored by the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary". Jewish Home
for the Aged, on Wednesday. Nov.
24. 12:00 p.m.. in the Scheherazade
room of the Algiers hotel.
Mrs." Jack Udell is membership
chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Tanen-
baum, co-chairman, will assist in
arrangements.
Hostesses at the luncheon will in-
clude the Mesdames Sarah Holland.
Frances Makovsky. Jennie Pottash,
Anne Kane. Jennie Orovitz. Sarah
Schlesinger. Sarah Czech. Marie
Perlman. Rose Altman. Charlotte
Katz. Polly Meyers and Fannie
Rubin.
A tour of the Home is scheduled
for Sunday. Nov. 21. between 2
and 4 p.m.
Rabbi April Speaks
Miami 43 Chapter of the United
Order of True Sisters met Monday-
afternoon at the Hibiscus Masonic
Temple. Rabbi Simon April, spirit-
ual leader of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation, was principal
speaker and discussed "Thanksgiv-
ing and the Tercentenary of Jew-
ish Settlement in the United
States.'
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on Nov. 23. 12:30 p.m. The organ-
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1320 N\V 3rd st., on Nov. 30, 12:30
p.m.
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A Field Director's Busy Day: Up Before 8, to Bed at 1
..... rainnaiun. and writes releases HM| ^te
AJ
Continued from Page 1 B
e American scene in which it nourishes The Aiiti
Defamation League 1- singularly important in this
Schneiderman, during hi- staj here, live- with a
r-phe Man Schneiderman, and hi- grandparents,
Mr and Mrs. Hyman Rubin, oi 726 Michigan ave
Miami Beach. Hi- clay begins well before 8 ., m
* r,.ll> with arranging a schedule of telephone calls
! local C immunity leader- on method- ol advancing
current membership campaign He
I ..t he spends approximately two hour- a da) on
tele "hone, aione.
-Veti ans Day. which included B'nai Bnth s|
- ship : the [lags used at the Dade ( o
i ium t' swear in Miami's new citizens, was pn
,. |e(| ht before b) two function- in tw
I ng ;-:- o< Ihe citj both ol which were sche I
i d at the same time and l>oth ot which l
Th.T u.i- a smoker at the North Shore I
. th, h enti r and < studio \i an in
, rui Ga es laven by Miami Lodge Schoeidi i
. nag present ..t both, scooting across the
sleek little -port- car During the
. ,.. nmg, he attended a host ol luncheon meet
altered throughout the afternoon." be
- iled -so th..' some oi them were more rightl)
pper- executive committee sessions and pri
ate ta with individual-
Th.' field director's typical day end- about l a ra
out hi- report- tor the national "I
,. ring his -pare time, Schneiderman an..
rograms. with -pot announce-
ments on the current" campaign, and writes release
!, am unmarried lWr. ^r_*h"e'a
,.,-un ha- devoted little time to either Th is an
a\Z hracnit Job.' he explained "Ive hardly seen
Jour beautiful mean and have not yet been in a
'""when he .- f.ni-hed in Miami. Schneiderman will
move n to Baltimore Before his arrival hercv he
Raveled throughout i"ex* going eaalward to wind
pinV,nph,.uhere he emplaned for \Va-h.ng.on
.,;, a conference with national B'nai Bnth leaders
-II..w did l come here?" he repeated, i drove
from Washington, braving high water and
I m> windshield is all pitted l sup
L-ou know what hurricane- are? Can ere
lover The floods were heavy But Bnai
Brith had important work to Igesto be formed al Wesl Miami.
\ ,rth Miami and South Miami There was the pre-
Januao dedication affair at Hillel House on Sunday.
Harold lurk Miami Beach Citj Councilman, la-
planning a mass initiation when the campaign is
over Then there are the two lodges in Ft Lander-
and Hollywood oh. yes, don'l forget the 17
Urith youth groups here .
Excuse me I'\e got these reports to com-
plete Silent for a moment, he reminded himself
ol another item "We broke in on a TV program,
you mu-t have heard Lou I.evitan, of the Atlas
Moving Co., sponsors I Was a Communist for the
1- HI Well, I managed a spot there, too for Bnai
Brith
THE REPORT WEARILY TYPED WHEN MOST'
Egyptian Embassy Saints Heavy
Anti-Semitic Propaganda in U.S.
B. MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
t'ASHIN N The Egyptian
to incite
prejudice within the
les than ai foreign dip-
. the Naii Em-
sj in 1941
In tl with this
lii i irti i does
i permit embassies to publicly
pt to stir up re-
; cious I and political strife
i on? the American people
h.i- gotten away
h
'I:.- gyptian Embassy i- seek
i- t i n the loyalty of
- friendl) to Israel l in
: the Embassy injected it
- i into tin- domestic American
tction scene bj issuing a press
ease It criticized a group of
ieri Jewish leader- tor call-
h i oi etarj ol State John Fos-
i, Dul to convej their views on
Rabbi Waxman
Offered Five-Year
Contract at (enter
t S Marlin, Wesl Miami
J< ,1-h. i enter president, thi- week
ealed that Rabbi Alfred Wax-
:i has been offered a five-year
. atra< I as i enter spiritual lea li
,n served m Wesl
in pulpit during the past
tl ee y< irs coming here li am I
.. ,1 ii 1951
11 M j thai time, he has been
h trun ntal In building up the
Jew ish Center and has
n n embership and ac
ties -iic h a degree thai it now
-, des the local Jewish commu
tj w/h all its religious, educa
n;,: nd social need- Marlli
- !
Waxman is a member of
tl Rabbinical Assemblj of At
it;- the Greater Miami Rabbinical
km ..-. 'ii and i- Honorary De
I hapl.nn of the Jewish
ma oi the State of Flor
.American polic) m the Near East vine in domestic American affairs
pi'- statement i--ued to the Recently the New York Time- re
pre-- and radio said The con- j vealed that the pre-- attache of the
stant persistent, unfounded and
partial criticism ol is foreign pol-
icj b) th. Zionists indicate- clear
ly where their real loyalty abides.
IV real aim ol the Zionist-, a- is
evident from the denunciations
now being heaped on the I'mtcd
state- Government tor its attempts
t be impartial i- to discredit it.
That i- why t hi campaign, marked
Communism" by refusing to per
mit planes flying reinforcements to
Indochina lo land or fly over Egyp-
tian territory. Egyptian shore bat
terie- opened fire on the American
ship "Albion" which sought to de
liver a relief shipment of wheat to
Arabs in Jordan. Egypt later ex-
plained to the United States that
the ship was mistaken as "Jewish "
The State Department accepted
this explanation.
This week, the Egyptian Embassy
, said that "Egypt does not intend to
solve the Palestine question by
I force, and has declared more than
once that it has no aggressive in
jtentions whatsoever." However, it
i- remembered here that the Egyp-
Spanish Embassy here was sending
out anti Semitic reports for pub-
lication. The State Department did
nothing.
Arab activities in Wa-hington
are even more questionable than ^ prjm(, Mjnister Gamal Abdel
those of Francos Embassy. Thei ., ... :.,,
Arab- have agitated in this COlin- N" S8:d "" JU,y M' ,hat
try against our people of Jewish ana Israel is pushed back at least Nothing i
faith They have done this from t0 the (partition! boundaries deter- bas.-v activities aimed
\rab East threaten* in.
He boasted that "theErji
ed force- are now goinjj
new pha-e To -et up sp
ing force- and parairooti
The United State., kni
principle to the shipmeabl
but i- now trying to|
Egypt to accept the gnjf
our term- Egypt
strengthened by receipt!
Briti-h Sue/ military.
Therefore an attitude (
is maintained in which 1
undertaken to dictate tof
Department the enndnaai
which Egypt would actqli
gift
Egypt was praised by Hal
Department far the S*a|
ment from which Egypt I
aid about 1
by all the fanfare the Zionists can behind the cloak of diplomatic im-
munity. The Spani-h press attache.
so far as is known, merely sent the
hate material from here to Madrid.
Major Jewish organizations feel
that abuses of American diplomatic
hospitality should be firmly met
whether the offending embassies
muster, was timed to coincide with
the forthcoming election-, with a
view to putting pressure on the
i s Government to favor Israel."
When the Soviet Embass) -ought
to distribute certain types of pro-
paganda in Washington the state
mined by the United Nations over ing the lo\ally of Amertal
an,I over again, the situation in the of the Jewish faith.
PIISONAIIZID
AMV "*Mintr
Department lost no tune in crack- represent the left or right political
ing down The State Department extremes.
has noi hesitated to protect the
American public from other Com-
munist embassies seeking to inter-
In Washington, the Egyptian1
Embassy distributes much propa-
ganda. A typical publication i- the
slick magazine. "Egypt." This pe-
riodical, for example, contained an
article entitled "Communism and
Colonialism in the Middle East
The article alleged that "only in
Jewish l.-rael is Communism a
recognised political party which
II B) prove an actual menace in the
i Middle East
Egypt demon-trated its "anti-
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wnVKMBER 19. 1.954
2L*hhIk>rldHhin
It Institute to
Wednesday
,1 FriedUnd, president of
Em.mii Kl. announces the
j (l| its Institute of Adult
L||(., [or 1954 55 on Wed-
Crening. November 17. Reg
js now in progress,
fcrr-titutr. which has been
i,.,l hv the Temple for many
V. a branch ol the National
E tor AduM Jewish Studies
liHi-h Theological Seminary
Cjca and i- affiliated with
Lgii i Jewish Kducation of
Miami.
larii'i"- courses Of study that
C in be divided into two
and will include both a
i spring series, The first
(r constitutes the study of
, |ai uage for beginners, ad-
Istudents and prospective
11, Israel who wish to learn
Ition and will be given dur-
\in.\ hour. 7:30 p.m. to 8:15
DUrses nit it led. "300 Years
Lh Life in America" and
fin Jewish History" will be
to students from 8:20 to
Hr-! hour Hebrew language
Ui!l continue through the
i, iester, which begins Feb.
, ides Mar. 30. During
and hour of this semester,
irses will be introduced
age of the Prophets
|. Supreme Teachers" and
lti Irving I.ehrman. spiritual
cl Temple Kmanu-El, will
he Institute and instruct a
the subject. "What Can a
j< Believe
id in the outstanding fac-
PAGE 7 B
Gerald Katz was this week
named executive director of
Aqudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, according to Rabbi
Isaac Ever, spiritual leader.
Katz comes from Chicago. 111.,
where he was engaged in
the practice of law and active
in synagogue and Jewish
communal life.
Mrs. Lerman
Heads Sisterhood
Mrs. Bather Lerman was Sunday
elected president of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute Sisterhood.
Unanimously named honorary
life president was Mrs. Celia
Schenker.
Other officers who will serve
with Mrs. Lerman include I he Met-
dames Hannah Berger. Bertha
Groudan, Claire Howard and Eve-
lyn I.eVme. vice presidents; Sydell
Rosenberg, treasurer: l.iilie Blazer,
recording secretary: Betty Rosen-
berg, financial secretary; and Es-
telle Noviek, corresponding secre-
tary.
Board of directors include the
Mesdames Sue Herman. Bessie Le-
Vine. Holly Pearlman, Etta Noem-
ber, Ida Rosenberg. Celis Schen-
ker, Rosalie Steiner, Frances ri-
lian. Lena Wolk, Cecelia Worth
man, Dina Babok and Rose Weiss.
Named chairman of committees
are Eelyn I.eVine, ways and means;
Sarah Tunick. membership; and
Sydell Rosenberg, telephone.
Mrs. Esther lerman
28 N.W. N. River Drive Ph. 82-6603
ulty are Saul Rabin, educational di-
rector of the Religious School of
Temple Kmanu-El, Mrs. Aida Barad
and Mrs. Miriam Solkoff, staff
members of the school. All classes
are open to adults and youth of the
community and will be held in the
religious school building on James
ave. at 17th st.
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PAGE 8 B
GLOBAL SHORTS
U.S. Stresses Urgency of European Zionist Council
Report on Bat Galim Question Proposed in Brussels
INITF.D NATIONS (AJIMAm-
sador James J. Wadsworth, lib
i t in for Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.,
d Ing the second Security Council
r-teting here, on the But Galim
BKISSKLS (JTAI \ tall f'r
the formation of u Kuropean Zion-
ist Council tO consolidate the BCUvi-
Una ot some 100.000 Zionist! '"
Europa and to help hold the -m..i-
ler Jewish communities "' the con-
i Zion-
A Tercentenary Feature
SSL^&Ga *
*l TiHi >
100 Years of Jewish Centers
In American Writing
By DR. MORDECAI SOLTES
The .lewi-h Community Center,
vhoae centennial jrenr i- now draw
<. e was the only delegate on the
Council who stressed the need for tinent in the mainstream
ncy. While the British and oth .-m again.-t the tondoncj to drift kng to a close, has always ""'*
r representatives were content in toward assimilation, was voiMdJed interest in literary and coin
Mixed Armistice torn here on the second day of the third I activities i original
hc.ing the
-ion report submitted by the
end of the month. Mr Wadsworth
IIsi/ed that "the report should
forthcoming without delaj
J.D.C. Directors Conclude
Five-Day Paris Conference
1 \his iJTAi iie ninth an
, Joint Distribu-
Committee countrj din
luded he:- e days "t
sun itj dui ins. which the din
. uated the work
in.o- countries
.: and planned
: r the next y< lit ities. rhis
ference was the largest of it*
kind with 118 del<
visitors from countries on five
< -tinent- participal
Witness Sees Flying Saucers
Abound in Israel's Skies
kki SAI EM (AJPi A Jeru-
-, em pre-- photographer, Itzhak
':. acobj ".'- one ol .. number of
l-:..eh- win actually spotted the
-t reported "Unidentified <>h-
.....r Israel The significant
i w.i- Simchas Torah Yaacoby
onlj saw the "saucers," but he
iged to take a picture of them
ion
re-
to welcome literary associations as.lish lecture |
1 American
nr 'an-
Id 1;
!Hl
TrfJ|
members. The "Association Bulie-1 American Hebrew a '
tin" featured program material on I paniwd i national ,SSOfi*"i
literature, such as. "Hints to Li-'*-
brary Committees" and "Books to
Buy" by H. P. Rosenbach and
(hip* from a Talmudic Work-
postwar European Zionist
ence.
The
Bonn Synagogue Rededicated;
Stats Fifty Worshippers
m\\ U \s The only Jew
.* house ol wor-hip in this city.
.. h a seating capacity for 50 wor
pperS wai r dedicated here thi-
rek bj Chiel Rabbi Dr Paul Hoi-
: the Briti-h /one Fund- fur
p's renovation were
vided in th< North Rhine West
ii
Orthodox Tercentenary Meet
Staged in Atlantic City
ATLANTA CTTY UP 1500,
,.. ol the Union nl Ortho-
dox Ii w -'
ii., op
Hi Wouk,
the prixe play. The
Mutii i urt Martial de-
livered the < 'onvention I
dress at the opening session I ioi
ernor Robert H Maynor delivered
the main address at a banquet Sat-
urdaj evening
Neo-Nazi Assails French
Premier at Brownshirt Meet
DUS8ELDORF iJTA'- An attack
on French Premier Pierre Mendes-
France as a Jew wm made this
week bj Hajor il Krueger chair-
man ol the neo-Nazi German Reich
Party for the state oi North Rhine-
Westphalia Addressing a meeting
at nearby Duisberg on the ques-
tion of a United state- oi Europe,
Major Krueger told hiN brown-
shifted audience th.it we do not
want to be ruled b> the .lew Met;
de- France- "
Confer- fleets this objective
* Benjamin RabinowitZ, in
Young Men- Hebrew Associations
vouth
\> cording_ to snop by Marcus Jastrow. The 1881
convention "f the American He
(18541913'.'" Jewish youth move
menta assumed the form of liter
irj societies In the earlj 1840V
Itl.'-e were forerunners of the
YMHA's and the modern Jewish
Communit) (enter- The Owl to
adopt the name Youn Men He
!:, Literary Association iYMH
I.\, was a Philadelphia organiza-
Uon established in 1850. Later.
mergers of these youth groups
[fected to broaden the scope
of the organizations into commu
nit) wide y*s
The programs ol the early
YMHA's encompassed lecture-, de-
bates dramatic- and social activi-
ties The larger vmha had ii
braries, reading riKims and assem- j
bly hall- to enrich the intellectual
background of the clientele. "The .
Israelite" of November 23. 1855. |
tells ol the loiinding of the Hebrew i
Young Men- Literary Association
in Ni w Orlean- which paid pri-'
man attention to lecture courses,
on Ancient and Modern History.
from Abraham to the present, and ,
to help affiliated ^
courses and to furnishl*
low cost When ,he \-n*
'cawa-e-,;,,,!,.^^ U
Utution included, u <*.**
brew Association considered a pro- objective- -r0 fl,rm H
posal calling for the exclusion otireaufrom which to suDii,*?^
organizations "not having a per- foui Iocs i'n,n-Hhu
manent reading room and library." ers In l The first professional employee Jewish Wi fan Board mJ'J]
ie Young Men's Hebrew Asm the Council (.( Youni w!
in the toung nei wmnmwm asm- mmucii m >oung W
ciations was the librarian Th.' re I- brew ami KindrH A^
r th
V.SO

| h >
I* tablisl
ii-
\ ." v
< ommuniu i
Mil- Jewish i
sponsors foi
bate-, institutes, eoursn
and com i
as platforms for uitl
stitute thi
ers. and focuses the ;,u
audience- upon the hn , they have written
When the Department i
j ish Extension Kducation*
li-hed by the National Jed
"" fare Board in 1924. Cental.,
stitutions. adopted in 1874 and for lists of Ixniks of Jeaist
1875. respectively, of the oldest and \ est for their libraries Ta
still existing YMHA's in New York ; pilations prepared ranet4a
and Philadelphia, provided for the
of librarians. These
provi-ions were duly executed.
When, in 1876, the paid librarian
.AMERICAN JEWISH
1654 -1934 W
Siamese Twins Die in
Israel; Operations Fail
TF.I.'AVIV iWNSi The first Si;i-
ii twin- born in Israel died here
in a hospital this week Doctors had
made two unsuccessful operations
eparate the twm-
which had a library' of rnre than
600 volumes The Occident and "mploymen
American Jewish Advocate." a
month!) edited by Isaac Leeser and ,.h,ladelphia Y required as-
d.voted to Jewish literature and
religion, reports in its December.
1858. issue that the newly formed
Buffalo Hebrew Young Men Al
sociation aimed to advance the
members' knowledge of Hebrew
and general literature, to engage
in debates on diversified subjects
and to afford the members oppor-
tunities for "mental recreation''
and literary training "
The Cincinnati "Jewish Times"
oi December 10, 1869. quotes from
the constitution ol the local VMM V
Israel Releases More Blocked Holidays, Board Head Advises founded m is7 'The ......-iation
-Istance, young Cyrus Adler volun
teered his services and catalogued
] Isaac Leeser's collection of book*
which had been deposited in the
JY. Among the aims of the St. 1 significant results. In n
I Louis YMHA in its constitution of many Centers have rece
from $50 to $3,000. It watttsj
ish People's Institute, nowtal
ish Community Centm, gj
cago which utilized the i
to acquire a wide range gj
books for its library
stress on the importancti
quate collections of Jevukl
for Center libraries has I
Close Schools on Jewish
Arab Accounts of Millions
Kill SALEM WNS Th. n
ej.se 000.000
\r.di BO
ed this wi
, Ii i The am

' ...... rep-
Israi!. and the lei i i
! I-rae] '
H idi and Mo-
'. members ol the
live
Ml w YORK WNS Closing of
schools on Rosh Hashonah
nd Yoi K.;i|uii w ,- urged this
in Board ol Edui I i
bj s ,,.. jntendenl Scl Is Di
round that
man) teat hers on
ki it impossible t'i
run the si I.....,. safel) It i- e-ti
. thai between 13.000 and
lead
eacl i : tin three hol\ da)-
German Jewish Group
British J.N.F. Parley Opened; Rejoins Successor Group
Israel Ambassador Attends
.ONDON n \ The 30th an-
,.l confer* nc< "i the Jew i-h N.i
nal Fund ol Great Britain open
here with a report on Israel hv
unador Eliahu Elath and ad-
resses by British chief Rabbi Is-
1 Brodie and Gen Yigal Yadin
: mer Chief of Staff of the Israel
j ol Defei
U.S. Will Not Sign UN
PARIS .11 A Ibe Jewisl
titution Successor Organization and
the ouncil lor the Protection ol
the Kight- and Interests ol Jews
from German) announced here the
conclusion ol an agreement under
winch the Council will resume
i membership in the JRSO and will
receive .1 portion ol the funds dis-
tributed b) tie JRSO :i m heir
less and communal assets rei
ed from Germany
was organized for the purpo
cultivating and fostering '
knowledge ol the history, literature
and doctrines ol Judaism; to devel-
ental and mor-
al chat, ctei nd edlf)
ourselves with such intelli
agencies as we ma) deem tit The
im ol the short-lived 'i in
New York organized in 1870. in-
cluded c.....Deration with the newl)
organized American Jewish Publi-
cation Societ) The "Jewish Mes
senger' of October 16. 1874. re
hat the lir-t entertainment
ol the YMHA ol New York CitJ
over winch Oscar 8 Straus presid-
ed included a lecture on BiM.ks
and Ri a i. Banger The
newspaper urged a- the primary
objective ol the organization the
Cultivation "f true literary and oia
tonal ta-te b) our young men
Eagerness lor the literary enrich-
ment ot youth gnMRM led the
American Hebrew Aianilaliuii. the
first national body ot YMHA's and
1880 was 'the establishment of a
reading room and a library." When.
in 1866. the Aguilar Free Public
library, which later merged with
the New York Public Library, was
formed, its nucleus was the library
of the New York Y which had over
7 ("Hi volume)
1913 by the
citations presented by
Book Council of America ari
ting established criteria fwi|
ish library
To stimulate literary |
MM) contests were
ularlv by V and Centm
\ report i-sued in i early days. F.m ma Lazarus ail
Council ot Young omon Soli-Cohen were aaadj
Men- Hebrew and Kindred Asao- pn/e winner- In cnnfornint
-. the third national organ-j a resolution adi.pted at thtI
stated that libraries and biennial contention of Ml
reading rooms were maintained by oMMtnding the conducted
116 associations titiens ol Jewish literary I
Encouragemenl to Jew,-h achol -""'r '' *"'
in 1924 Sevi nt) one pun!
Dd authors DM been an integ-
ral part of the program ol YMll \ -
Both the constitutions of the New
York ..nd 1'hiUdelphia Y's includ-
ed provision lor "lectures on Jew-
ish Hi-tory and Literature Dur-
Ing the early year- of these BMO-
ciatkMU the following distinguish
ei| authors were among the lectur-
er- Cyrus Adler. Kmil C. Ilirsch.
A S ImsjM. Marcus Jastrow. Alex-
ander Kohut. Mayer Sulzberger,
Henrietta Saold and Simon Wolf.
In 1884. Oscar S Straus spoke at
the New York YMHA on "The
Origin of the Republican Form of
Government" This lecture attract
ed wide attention and was publish
ed in booh form the following year.
The first two national organiza-
kmdred societies, founded in 1880. tions made serious efforts to e.stab-
and two act- on Jewish usMj
suitable for production bji
casts were submitted The|
of the contest were Pavil!
Dr Klias LiabsrssM *'
Blum. The first three
nmg plays were present4i
fully at the 49th Stmt'
and JWB made prints!
available to Hi constiti
eties The JWB also
first play by Herman
of "The Came MutttD
claims that he MS rnwn
the cooperation of tht i
There ha- been an inW
of the Center literary
the past quarter o(
touching, influencing *ll
Cootiiioed on P*W
put***]
Woutl
u^^sTtST!!t^Sl the tercentenary story
I ited State: will not ,ij>n. nor
: the proposed inter
national covenants on human
rights, Mr- Qswald B Lord. Amer-
. delegate, told the i n General
embly's Social Humanitarian
Cultural Committee thi- week
Hate Literature Distributed
In Capital Reported Mounting
tSHINGTON WNS There
pear- to have been an increase
I hi imousri and varieties of hate
ifure" reaching the Wa-hing-
Brea it a. reported here bj
Jewi-h Community Council of
ater Washington Moat ol the,
ha'e material ha- been distributed
through the mail and a good deal
through individual circulation.
Copyright. I9M. by American Juruh PrtM
5. Marranos in Recife,
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions by MAURICE *
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kYi NOVEMBER 19, 1954
-Jewish florid**
^Jewish Center in America
Linue4)w*i*v ^ tefl*^w^*e_fob a br,. kch o. fhp
P)
PAGE 9B
tontinu
,1,,,., s of activities. Adult
and nmup discussions on
writing and exhibits of
books have been among the
which the program of the
h.,v been furthering an tn-
, Jewish literature. As an
Center workers in planning
,,,,1 mass celebrations for
servance of the civic and
holidays, plays and program
,n- have been made avail-
'v JWB Special program ma-
was ;<> issued in connec-
jth significant anniversaricr
itsianding Jewish authors,
K R;ishi. Moses Maimonrdes.
Mendelssohn, Baruch Spi-
Ahnd Ha'Am and Isaac L.
it<-rest of Centers in Jewish
[led lo widespread and whole-
cooperation in observing
, Book Week, inaugurated
L Fanny Coldstein of Boston,
|trr expanded to Jewish Book
when JWB became the
br of the Jewish Book Council
enc;i This observance serv-
[a spnnKboard for enriching
^r round experiences. As all-
cm^ community serving
Lg the Centers, by providing
Lional skill and leadership,
Book Month programs into commu'- j corn'ribuZn's5EL2 r" ^^
n.ty wide undertakings. (, ni, rV v w h (0,nmunl,y
The present writer, when bS23.SE! T'^ ^ Young
served as president of the l.'wish th "eb1rew AMCiatioM, and
Book Counc. of A,r, 2 fonal25?W*5K2 ?* !t
ed in expanding the program of h !!2. w "* BoaPd' might
strikingly achieved unity amidst
colorful diversity in the realm of
Jewish literature. This approach
to the trj-lingual character of Jew-
ish literature in America also
found expression in the variety of
programs sponsored by Centers.
JWB, by furnishing the major
portion of the Council's budget as
of the Jewish Community Center
Movement which was founded in
Baltimore. Maryland, in 1854. A
direct outgrowth of the Young
Men's Hebrew Literary Associa-
tions that were in existence in the
middle of the nineteenth century,
the Center Movement and the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board con-
lifov in America, ^specially under
the stimulation and guidance of
the National Jewish Welfare Board,
the nationul association of: Jewish
Community Centers.
"This year also marks the tenth
anniversary of the assumption by
the National Jewish Welfare Board
of ihe sponsorship of the Jewish
Book Council of America which has
entailed providing the means for
the enhancement of the cultural
resources of the American Jewish
community.
"In this Centennial year, the. Na-
tional Committee of the Jewish
Book Council of America,, at its
annual meeting on Way %. 1954,
salutes the Jewish Community Cen-
ters of the nation and the National
Jewish Welfare Board. It further-
more extentft to its sponsor this
expression of its warm appreciation
of the invaluable auspices and
services which it made available
and which have served to strength-
en and develop the best in Jewish
life."
well as sustained professional di-! tinued the literary tradition. In
rection. has helped to revitalize
and advance Jewish literary cre-
many early YMHA's, the librarian
was the tirst professional employed
------,.____ -.v^.n.j V*C----------------------- ,-. .... ...- iwii.il CMI|MUM-(I
ativity through its constituent as- and throughout these one hundred
sociations, conveying the message years. YMHA's, YWHA's and Jew
of Jewish books to an ever-widen-1isn Community Centers have ef
ing audience and attracting in- I fectivciy shown an abiding inter
creasing numbers to this literary
enterprise. This fruitful relation-
ship of JWB to the Jewish Book
Council of America was a natural
expression of the concern of the
est in Jewish literary activities,
such as establishing libraries, pro-
viding platforms for Jewish auth-
ors, and participating in Jewish
Jewish Community Center move- 'book programs. They have thus
ment for Jewish literature. served to enrich Jewish cultural
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funday, Nov. 28, as "Blood
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[mobile units, one from Mt.
spital Wood Bank and the
from the John Elliot Blood
|i Dade County will be work
by side in the Beth David
Hum, starting at 10 a.m.
M B Cirlin is chairman of
Sinai Blood Bank, and Dr.
Neuhauser heads the John
Hood Bank.
|will be the first time that
lie units representing the
kkI hanks will be working
according to Charles
, blood hank chairman of
Jaxiil Men's Club.
hedule has been set up
'ill allow for the handling
x>d donor every twelve min-
pommittee working with
include Nat Gaines, Lou
Mi and Milton Sadoff.
will be guests of the
and Sisterhood for brunch,
tnmittee, headed by Mrs.
Idman and Mrs. Bert Sher,
Talmud as Commentary
To Be Viewed Tuesday
Rabbi Morris Hornvitz. Instructor
of Talmud and Bible at the Hebrew
Academy, will discuss "The Tal-
mud as Biblical Commentary" on
Tuesday evening. No. 23, in the
Academy Auditorium.
This is the third in a series of
eight lectures centering around the
theme. "The Bible and Modern
Man." being offered on Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Alexander S Cross, prin-
cipal, will introduce the speaker.
Rabbi Hornvitz, a native of Wis-
consin and graduate of the Rabbini-
cal College of Yeshiva University,
was previously on the staff of Mai-
monides Academy, Boston, Mass.
lie spent three years it) Israel as
instructor of Talmud and Jewish
philosophy at Yeshiva B'nai Akiba
a Talmudic seminary sponsored by
Hapoel lla Mi/rachi in Israel,
Prior to his arrival ill Miami
Beach last year, Rabbi Horoviti
took courses in psychology, leading
to a Master- degn a at Northwest-
ern University, after having gradu-
ated from Roosevelt College, Chi-
1 cago. III., where he majored in
educational psychology
450 to Hear
School Executive
Some 450 members of the Great-
er Miami Chapter, National Wom-
en's Committee of Brandeis Uni-
versity, are expected to attend the
annual fall meeting of the group at
1 p.m., Friday, in the Sea Isle
hotel.
Mrs. Ben Zion (iinshurg. presi-
dent of the group, announced that
guest -peaker will be Joseph K.
Kauffman. administrative assistant
to the president at Brandeis. Sub-
ject of his address will be "Bran-
deis University: Its Motivating
Force."
Mrs. Harold Turk, program chair-
man, also has arranged for a dra-
matization of the Tercentenary bj
Mrs Eifianuel Goldstrich and Mrs.
Howard Grove.
In charge of arrangements tor
the even! is Mrs Alexander Kogan.
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-t Dr. Sidney Moss will
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N by Mr. Moses Meyer.
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Dr. Lipkind to Speak
On Study of Hebrew
"Moadon." Hebrew Speaking
Group of Greater Miami, will pre-
sent Dr. Max Lipkind in a led ore
on "Historic Study of Hebrew
Speech."
The meeting will take place on
Saturday evening, Nov. 20. 8:30
p.m.. at Temple Emanu-EI.
Also appearing in a talk on "Uni-
fied Education in Israel," will be
Miss Rivka Salz. Chairman of the
evening is David Freedman, ol the
Temple Emanu-EI faculty.
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FRIDAY.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER Will hold Friday
evening services it 8 30 pm. with
Rabbi Abraham Jlerson officiating
Subject of his sermon, dedicated
to Jewish Book Month. is Story
Behind the Book." Cantor Albert
Glantz will render the musical por
tions of the liturgy Saturday morn
ing -ervices are at 9 a.m. when
Rabbi Herson will preach on the
topic: Spiritual Delinquency."
Kiddush will follow
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Knday evening nrvio '
5 30 p.m. Saturday morning aerr-
ice- are at 8:30 a m. Rabbi Ane
Becker will discu-- Judaism and
Social Welfare Class m Talmud
8am isamediau Ij before
the Sabbath -
Bible will be '
lowed bj Mia S s Sen
do. Rev. and Mrs. J |er will

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold r
at 5 30 and 8 9 "iUl Rabbi
\
ome Taft will
choir Subject "i Rabbi Vt'axman's
sermon i- scheduled as Mature
Shabbal :ll in- pre
nted bj Mr and Mr- I I
on the occasion ol th-ir 44td wi
rj Saturday morn-
:' .. m Junior
. will I" II .i m Mincha
.it 5 p.m concludes Ihe Sabbath
n ant
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION w.!l ho|r| Friday evening
services at 6 pm Saturdaj morn
Ing m n it i are at 8 30 .. m with
Rabbi Jo-eph Rackovsk) official-
nd discussing: "Influence ol
Hi me At 4 p in the Rabbi
Will disCUSS the Weekly Portion
Mincha is al 4 45 p m follow*
Shalos Seudos Dailj services an
o a in with Mincha at 5 and
a) 5 45 pm
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
Fridaj evening servict al
- I morning
ii ai m Richard Kosch
: Mr and Mr- Sydne) Greene,
will become B.ir Mitzvah Floral

duct. (1 b) .l nme B Gordon and Cantoi
Dailj servici an
at 7 and S 30 | -
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
laj > \. ning sen ices
. 7:30 | m ith I hi i hoir under
f A Mau

tl :
n thi North
V me i ...... n | g|
I '
HEBREW ACADEMY
Frid i rig senlei ,.i 5 15
p.m. Satui

Gross will ofl liscu
The Bibh \ Gn it I lassie
Mincha is .it 5 p.m., followed bj
Shalos Seudos Daily services are
at 7 30 ..in and 5:30 p.m., with
Sunday services scheduled for 8
a m
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj
evening services at 5:30 pm Sat
lurday mental mvkes are al 8 30
a in Rabbi Simon April will affl-
preach on the lop* *
i New Religion in the Schools Can-
tor Berele Kclemcr >" render the
musical portion- ol the liturgy
, .... in Mi-hua i- at 4 15 pm
Daily services are al "30 jm and
15:90 pm
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Fridaj evening services
at 5 p m Saturday morning sen
ices are at 8 30 am Rahbl AJtiva
Chill will officiate and preacn on
the lopk \ Rabbi Flrsl St r
T
Candlelitfhtinjr Time
HESHVAN 23 5:13 p.m.
T
lo His I lion Can-
tor Aaron Weingarten will render
lusical portions of the liturgy
Minch. '< p m followed by
Shalos S Rabbi Chill will dis-
cuss tkc Weeklj Portion
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold -.in-.' sen ices on
Fridaj S 30 p m Late
services are at 8 p.m., with Rabbi
v.,\.! w iti ifficiating In
observance ol Jewish Book Month.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti will
I .,( h on How i" Select a Good
Jewish Book." Cantor Edward
Klein will ihant the liturgy, assist-
ed by the (outer Cbolr under the
direction of Mr F.li Samuels Sat-
urday morning services will Ix'gin
at 8 45 a m at which time will be
ct lebrati i the Bar Mita ah of
Stephen Fried -on ol Mr and Mrs
Philip Fried
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 pm,
with r. \ l.o Heira officiating
Saturdaj morning services ..re at
8 30 am when Rev Heim will
chant th. liturgy and discuss the
Portion Junior -or-, ices
will be at 10 90 a m Mincha i- ,.t
5 p.m.. followed b\ M..ari\
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening servic at
5 30 p m Saturdaj moi ning
ices an a ith Rabbi
Shmarjahu Swirskj officiatii
on the topic "Man's
for God antor Fishel Lul
man will render the musical por-
ol the liturgy Class in Tal
,mud will be conducted by the Rab-
' bt at 3 45 p.m. Mincha is al fc
pm.. followed by Sh-Uo- ReUOOS
Junior services are in Acadcim
Hall at Ham
TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold
Fridaj evening aenrkwi at 5 p.m.
with late servkea scheduled for
h 30 p m Rabbi Henrj Wernick
will officiate hi the absence of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Subject of
Bis sarasKM i- Accentuating the
Negative Cantor Philip Brummer
will render the musical portion- of
the liturgy Saturday morning
services are al 9 am. with Rabbi
Wernick discussing the Weekly
Portion Stanley, -on of Mr and
Mr- Jack Ringler. and Michael.
son ol Mr and Mr- llwnan Schin-
itsky. "'" become Bar Mitzvah
Dailj servieaa are in the chapel at
8 a in and 5 30 p m
*
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services al 5 15 and 8:15 p.m with
Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating.
I Title of nil sermon i-: Modern
Social Justice in the Talmud." Sat-
urday morning sendees will be at
9 am with the Rabbi discussing:
Sarah the Matriarch At 4 p.m..
. class will be held in advanced
Biblical studies Mincha i- at 5:15
p m.
i *
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday .vo
ning service- at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services arc al 9 am..
with Rabbi Isaac F\er officiating
and preaching on the subject:
Fear Not That You May Suffer
bj Doing Good Mincha is at 5
p m followed by Shalos Seudos.
Henry Katz will be host Maariv
'will conclude the Sabbath obaeTV-
'ance Daily services are at 8 am.
and 5 p.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 pm. with Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop officiating and preaching
on the theme: "People Who Bring
Heaven Down to Earth At the
Saturday morning service, the Rab-
bi will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Cantor Irving Robinson will render
the musical portions <4 the liturgy
Kiddush of Sanctidi ation will fol
low.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridaj evening sen
ices at 8.15 p m with Rabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and preaching
on the topic "Mordecai, Manuel.
No.ib i antor Man
noo Neu will render the musical
ns ol the liturgy, with Lu-
cille v ri lirecting the Center
' Choir Oni at following will
be sponsored bj Mi and Mrs
George Hpffspiegle in honor of Choir
i their anmrrrsjary.-Salurday morn-
ing services are at A a.m.. when
David, sun of Mr and Mrs Stanley
Onion, becomes Bar Mitzvah Daily
services arc at 7:30 am and 7 p.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL will bold Kri
day evening services at 8 15 p.m..
with Rabbi Joseph Narot official
ing. Guest Rabbi Richard F. Sing
I er. of West Palm Beach, will di-
cuss: Ideal Marriage in Jewish
Thinking" Saturday morning
services are at 11 am .when Phil
ip. son of Mr and Mrs. Frank B
Blumenfield. becomes Bar Mitzvah
under th.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30 and
8:15 p in Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "Friendship" Cantor Sam-
uel Salkow will render the musi
cal portions of the liturgy. Dora
Stein Sisterhood will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday
morning services are "at 8:30 am
'Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the
Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5:15
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudo-

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 p m Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz
will officiate and discuss "The
Jew and His Book." Mrs. Morris
Moskowitz will read the English
version of kiddush The Oneg Shab-
bat following will be sponsored by
Mr and Mrs. David Oilman and
Mr. and Mrs Abe Horowitz. Rev.
Rudolph Brill will render the mu
sical portions of the liturgy
Theme of the service is Jewish
Book Month

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 4:35 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m..
! when Rabbi Jonah ('apian will of-
( ficiate and preach on the topic:
"The Sanctity of Marriage Can-
tor Abraham Seif will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Mincha is at 4:45 p.m followed by
Maariv at 5:50 p.m.
I
| TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p m Guest speaker will be
I Claude Pepper, former Senator
from Florida. His subject is ached
uled as: The Crisis in the V
Fast" Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate, with Cantor Joseph W
Malek rendering the musical por
tions of the liturgy. The Outer
Mordechai uZJ"**
dV,norn,ngH;.H
Wl,h R"bhi ShaSV
Week., pjg*8*
Speakers AvijL
Fjr Hook Montkl
i" celebrate +
" -'th,5 > *
tO Doe 19. "*
The Greater MiJnil,
Committee will ptJj
vl'-andaCon,p^:,
any organixatioa ran,
j sen..
I Theme of all h*^
'or review thUj^a
aj related |0 t|,e
the 3(10.h annbemn,!
al "' Jewish citMBji
Group, can arrange
by calling the Burwii
Education.
Among those avjilj-
reviewing during the a
I>r Donald Michel^)
thy Kneger FinLSaJ
man Hi rbert Borgw L
wart/:,!,.... Kabhi Main!
Mr- Peter Glaw R
hurg. Gershon '
Lee Mr* Max Dobnii
Breslaui r Mr- gjS
Mr- Miriam Solkoftll
per Sermoneta, Mb
and Seymour Sanw.
; Closed The
All department! ai\
th.- Miami Public Us
closed i n Thundtj,
Thank--i\ing.
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120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737
rVe Carry a Complete line of linens for
HOTELS MOHIS APARTMENT HOUSES
Cannon Sheets Blankets Towels Bed Pads
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IY. NOVEMBER 19. 1954
pee
LEGAL NOTtCB______
UNDER FICTITIOUS
tf ilfikffiftawm rtttji
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUot
'in r*- erta rn i >k
rt. No. 1357Q
^''s pp.NATORE Bnd
NVmnatoki;. hi. wiffl
m-iiii.il Interest
^PLORBNTlNE. Hta
_a,,i,l,d '- Interest
Bl^KINIAN* KAPLAN
,v- << AppHoanta
[iH.l.l BMl
H/S-IMI_____________
;i ml
w i r.-
ncE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .. ,
p IIKISKHY OIVKN lhat
rslgned, desiring to engage In
iiihI. Ih' li'tltlt>uM name of
i,.,1": <.F MR. CASUAL,, ill
"1,1, iv. intends to reglst.-r
l"n\,i,i, ,!,. Her* of the 'ir-
., Bade County. Florida,
FjOHNN^ HOWARD. INC.
_________
To All CVedll.T* and vil ivwn, H.
In* Malms | .,,! AK.l|n
Km;i i.
ton,
n.ilif-.-
claims
elthet
.-'.I l T.
and Mch ...f >,, .,,,. | .
I anil required lo present any
anil demands which \ on ..,
"'. y',",'.'..SSI hav' against the
pi JKN'NIK SI II-KM AN. ,|. -
ceased late of Dsd,. County. Florida
to Lna Hoiiomi.b Count) Judaea ,,i
.1 ,' '.'::""x- "'"' "' "" -..... in
their offices in the Countj Courthouse
in Dade ountj. Florida, within eight
'Hli-iidnr months fi..... tin- ,i,u- ,,i u.
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
Wm&mSrtSM HW&hww

\ .
OE05g5,BARR. l"lolanl.
T,. N.?.TI,CE BV PUBLICATION
> UBOROE HARR, Defendant,
Address I'nlcnow n
..'"I ARK IIKRKHY NOTIFIED
i.i! a cornplaljrl for divorce haa been
'ii-1 agalnal von, and you are requli -
;;' '; "Vf ; copy of your answer on
ru.V&'S. "" attorney, ROBERT ll
i. V... \. KMil|i" l:: 1 duPonl
'Ulldlng, Miami ::;. Florida, and fib-
i' oiiu-inal answer In the offl. i o(
t publication nereoK"' Bald claims "'" '-'""' ''"'""' ''""" ""
LEGAL NOTICE
uurt
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
" NAME LAW
.,' IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihat
desiring to i-ngaBr In
,,,!,: the flotltlOlia num.- ol
l-i'l Hi I.M KS, 1(1 'In aid* Ave .
* ,1,1, r ., ni. nil i.....ulster
the Clerk ol the i ii -
..... County, Florida,
)Ull
anil M!
pIARI.
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11
flCE
i .I.I.ARoLLETTA
TEMI.AK
; l.EVINE
12-18
BUI!
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. HKRKHV OIVBN '
... ,i. ii, siring lo engage la
,. i the fictltloua nam. ol
\A i. ..i 1310 Drexel
ll. iii-h. Roil.la, Intend
oi daananda to i-ontaln the legal an-
al Ho claimant and lo be oi n
to and presented at aforeaald m same
iii be barred Hee Kept Ion 7M
Ikva I'M". Probate Art.
Ihii.- Ortolx i .. \ l> 1964
ei'c.eni: ,i weiss
a- tdmlnlstrator ol the
JKNNIi: SHERMAN.
I" 29 II/s.12-19
II ol
thi Sth das of i.....mi,it. irci
ntherwlae the allegation* In nald com-
plnlnl will i. tak. n aa ronfeaaed by
;;ri.K^KV,,v,.:,:xv.,r,;sK,.rA,--
i lated: I > ton. i 29 h.-,i
E, i: LEATHERMAN,
I'l.-rk of Hi, i'ii, nu i ,,!,,,
By: M '' riRKKX,
11, iiul! i 'Ii rk
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is.., 11
ll 5-12-H
ni
'I.Illl
. 1
with ii"'
I Ulil, I
Clerk
,unl>,
km:ax . kkrkowitz
m kkrkowitz
, IIKHKOW1TZ, Ml
i piaaa
and
W if.'
CE I NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i.i.i.i.Y UIVEN thai
ng lo engag. in
i- name ol
:.\v rJEHVK E, H
^ I. ;. Miami, I* lot in.,.
-., .1 ii,.in.
. ii. mi Court
with Hi
Ol I'mi'-
Ml \\l| CROWN
rilllll'TI >R8, INC
- ii Roat, Prealdenl
J, II Ba ui oin Ti. m
, S A- K AI'I.AN
Mi .mi Crow n
in>
.,,,,1 Kldg Miami, Ma.
I I I_______________________________
_ circuit court of the
inth judicial circuit. in
For oade county, flor-
CHANCERY. No. 174124
T I. Si:i.l,IITZ. I'lalntiff,
NRIJ.TITZ, I'efendant.
TICE BY PUBLICATION
BNK SKI.I.TIT/.
ihnetto Street
mi, New York.
ARK IIKRBHY NOTD/IED
Hill ..; Complaint foi IHv.nr.-
agalnat you l>> ROHKUT
tLTITZ, and you are required
f yoor answer to the
imiilalnt on IMalntlff's at-
|MII,lii.\ II Itli'HMi >N1>. One
Road Bulldlnjj Miami Ilea.h,
and file the original In the
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mori :hv 13th day .if Hecember.
i .. Pro i 'onf.HMi will be
-i
ii
Miami, Florida, thin 10th
lemher, 1934.
Clerk of the Circuit court
i.i:atiii:k.ma.\,
County, Florida
II II RICE, JR.
I puly Clerk
12 :l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 173584
UROROE HENRY AURA MS, Plaintiff
\ g
ROBE A. ABRAMK, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T": IM>SK A. ARRAMM
-'. Hleka Btreel
Brooklyn, New York
You are ben bj notlfli d
of i iomplalnt for I ni..... ban bei n
filed against you. and yi ir. equii
.d to aerve a popj of yout Anawei or
Pleading to the Bill ol Comiilnlnt on
the plaintiff's Attornej lli:\i:v \i
i C UN, '.'.in Weal Plagli Btreel Mi-
ami, Florida, ami file the
',ii er or Pleading In the of I
th. 'let k of Hi. cin ill i '..in i on or
before the (9th da) of Nov. I
If mi fail to do ". judgment b
fault win i" taken igalnat you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of ('.....-
plaint.
Tin- notli e ahall be ed once
eg. ii vreeM f... i
In THE JEWISH F'l.i iRIIUAN.
DONE ANU iRDERKI) r
Florida, tins :'ist daj of N tober, A l>
i'i.i
K. r. l.l'.A tiiiiim w,
Clerk, Cli u I Cout t.
I'.ol. County, Florida
B) M M II \\\ KINS.
(Circuit Com i s. I Depul
IIi:\RY M CAIN
An..in.-v for Plaintiff
2SII Weal Flagl. r HI., Miami, ll i.
10 :". |l 5.12-19 .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
Fil A-18M5
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that
HKYMOl'R ZI'CKER, hoi lei ol
of North Miami Beach Tax Hale Cer-
tificate Nn 1.; laaued the lib day of
August. A.I) mt, has filed same ill
my office, and ha a made application
fo. a tax deed t be laaued thereon.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
nig il.-H, rib, .1 pi..p, i iv in the I'ounty
,,f iiaite. state of Florida, lo-wlt:
Ixit j. Block IS'-', l-'ulfoiil By The
Sen Sac K Plat Book III. I'agc
19. in the I'ity of North Miami
Beach, County of Pade, State of
Florida
The aaaensment of said property un-
der the said reTtlflcate iu In the
name of: SAMUEL M. NOECKER,
linleaa awM certificate ahall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty dew-rllied herein will be b.,1.1 to
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the flral Monday in the month
of December. IH.%4. which In UM Itfl
dav of December, 1*54
Dated thin 2tth day of October, 19.",1
K. B. I.KATIIKRMA.N,
Clerk of cir.-uii Court,
Dade County, Florida.
}U S STERRETT,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
10/29 ll/i-lt-l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFtRY GIVEN thai
the mil. Klgned, dei It Ing I.....ig.
huaineaa under Ihe rictltlour nam. of
T A M PAINTING, al l-'.J N \\ Ith
Stn .t. Miami. Flot Ida, Intend lo rea -
later mid nam.- ith th. Clerk ( n,..
i i 'in nit 'ourl ol I lade CounD Floi Ida
VNTHONY N'li. i|,i,i:i.\ ,n
MI'RKAY K \l:i'i:i.i.
I ll il.l 'MAN A- .;, i|.i iSTEIN
Mo.in.-v s for RegiHlranl
' -si Flagl. HI M I
II 5-12-19-28
11.
.\v n.-r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe iindei Klgned di
under the I i n.....f
I, FM! BAR N'ori
Miami Had. County, F'lnridu
Intenil ild name wit
Clerk ol the C|r. uil Court ol I lade
, Florida.
JACK GROB
HENRY M CAIN

KM W Fl Ii VI i i. Fla.
II 5-12
IRT
No. 25067
RE: E8TATE OF"
JACK M RRAIMMS,'Tieeeae^d Hi:'
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
F'inal Discharge as curator anil Exec-
utrix of the .state of JACK M.
BRAHAM8, deceaaed; and that on the
:!"tb day of November, 1954, will ap-
Pll to Hie llonoral.le W. E KI.A.N-
Ti.N, Count) Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval ..r sai.i final re-
port and for final dlacharge as Cur-
ator nn.l Executrix of the Eata.....f
JA.'K M BRAHAMB, deceased.
Thia ^:,ib day of October, 1954.
MARY R BRAHAMB
Curator and Executrix
RERICK, HHAPIRO A- PRIED
Attorneys for Curatoi and Executrix
10 29 II 5-19-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
- under the fictitious name ..i
ROYAL HAWAIIAN MOTEL, at I9S0]
I 'olllni a, ei.a. i ia.i.- 'ounty. Fla .
Intend to register aald ni..... with the
Clerk oi Hi., circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DANIEL LIFTER
ESTATE OF IHADORE LIFTER
IIEl.ENi: LIFTER
10 I ll 5-12-19
File 51646
baW*. &TiitotiNsi::
assignee of city of South Miami Tax
sale Certificate Numbered :,. da
the 2nd day of June, a n. MIS, baa
filed said Certificate in my office. ^.. l
has made application for tax dec!
issue thereon ill accordance with I
Bald certificate embraces the fort
lng described property, situated lit
Hade County. Florida, lo-wlt:
B, 50 ft of 100 x inn in SE c
of N. rt:i ft of \v<; of n\v, f
NW14 of si:1, i.css s :iii ft f
R/\V, Section 25, Township
South. Range 4 East, contain-
ing .1 Acre more or less, in I
City of South Miami. Count)
Dade, State of Florida.
The aaaeaamanl of said prop.
un.ler the Certificate laaued wa
the name oi ill's DONALDSON, i
ni Certificate shall be rede,
according to law, u-s deed will In -
thereon on the 1st day of December,
A Ii 1954
Dated this :'".ib day of October, A D,
1954.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of Clrcut Court.
I aiie i 'mint v, Florida.
II, X c HTERRETT,
(Circuit Court Seall I leputv '
I" 29 11/5-12-19-16
TO:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' rned, desli lna to ena
,i ,,- the rictitloun name of
CASH REGISTER BALES fi
BER\ ici:. al H North Miami '
inn.. Mi.,ii ll nt. nd n eglster
s.inl name wiih Hi,- clerk
cult Com i ..i 1 i.i.i, i 'ounl I'
IRRAHAM SCSSMAN merest
LEWIS I. \NI iFI- i Interest
ISRAEL A BRA .NFS
VII
I !
e> fo Ca I
all A Ren I. -
N E 2nd Ave.
5-12-19-28
teglster
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is lli:i:i:i:V GIVEN that
the undersigned, neelring to engage In
business un.l.r tile fictltiOUH n.i in-- of
FLYING DUTCHMEN DRIVE-IN, at
120 N.W. Ilth St.. Miami, Intend lo
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ol Dade County.
Florida.
GEORGE VY si'i.iti:, JR.
W o. VAN TIEN
11 5-12-19-2*
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
|>DE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
^ERY No. 174078
YOCNG, Plaintiff
Hi: \i \i: y.iini;
I i. fen.lallt
ITICE OF PUBLICATION
lATHER M\i: YOUNG
|si.|, t nkiiown
Mil HEREBY NOTIFIED
I Bill ..I i 'omplalnl for I dvoi i a
' I. .1 against you, and you
i >i serve a copy of > our
in on I'lalntlfrs attorney.
I I OH s.vi.....l Building.
la and file the original
OfflCI of the Clerk "f
JUll Court on or before the ISth
[I', .nl.ei. 1954, otherwise the
if s.i nl Hill nf Complaint
I' is ciinfaaaed against you.
" !l ila> of NoVellll,. I .
K B LEATHHRMAN,
|'I. k, circuit Court
i v\ M W BTOCKINO,
Deput) ci.-ik
s f: n
Plaintiff
'bold Building;, Miami. Florida
I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693
AUDREY HALL, Plaintiff,
JOHN HALL, Defi ndanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
You, John Hall, General Del
Yaeger, Kentucky, are hereb) noti-
fied thai a s di for divorce has l>een
fill 'i agalnal | ou, and ) oil are i equlr-
,.,! t0 Mrv. a cop) ol I'"" '- '" n
iif's attorney, Claude M l'n '" .
221 E Flaglei Btrei t, Ml iml, Fla and
file the original In Ihe office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court on or before
th.- 2nd dav ,,f De. ember. 954, n
default of which ihe complaint will
be tak.n aa confessed against you
Dated at Miami. Dade l punty. Fk>r-
'"' "" "S ',': CeatherVan
.... Clark of cm mt i'o irt.
By WM W BTOCKINO,
Deputy Cfcw*
in r?o ll/S-ll-19_________^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisign.il. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
SIDEWALK EAR a CAFE, .it 1(11
N.W. 54th St.. Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
JACK It. LAMB
KERHLER & OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1792 W. Flagler si.
I" 29 11 'S-12-19
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
DADE COUNTY, FLOP
174072
'OR
IN CHANCeRY. No.
\ \\ VTSt IN, Plaintiff
\ I SI IN, Defendant
ITICE BY PUBLICATION '
ii w \ I's. IN
ni
ml f'lasa
'A ', I
il Eva, nation Flight
'* M \ I' i i i.. N Y N Y
UtK HEREBY Ni iTIEIEI '
I "I Cnmnlalnt for Divorce
filed against you and yjau
e.l to f||e v.,,,, al.swei in lh^
tile Clerk Of the Circuit
II County, Florida, and h
"in answer on the Plaintiff's
JOSEPH ROSEMKRANTZ,
I I-in, ..In Road ll.iildlhg. M1-
'; Florida on or ttefora the
' I uilier. II i
November 9, 1454
ll LEATHERMAN,
'iicint clerk
!> \VM W STOCKINO,
m ,^yuli' Clorh-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .......
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaig....... desiring lo en|
business u.....r the rictltlour. name "f
I c. i MILER'S pack AHI. s I. il ..
WOrrORD I'AckacE STORE. LEO
ADLERS LIQUOR ST-KK S40S Co -
llns Ave.. Miami R. ich, Kta.. ntenda
to register said name with tin
of th.- Circuit Court of Dada I ounty,
n'""N'' BERNARD M'sri'EEL
BERICK BHAPIRO a- FRIEI>, Attya
Attorneys for Applicant
ItO Lincoln Road
11/19-19-21 II ;_______ ___
~"Tn" COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30819 B
re estate of
no'tVc'e^of VntenIVo'n^o make
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTK'K hereb) a'^" "',',',,.
, .... .,.,.1 ...orl and mli'iotl lor
This
f ii-tobc.
,|.;v || HOLLER
KOVNER MANNHEIMp
AlUiruey iur Aitmloisirairlx
10/29 11/l-lFIt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng lo eni I
business llllilel the flclltlOUS l.ail.....
\l:l.ii MAKKI1T. al 924 71al Street.
Miami Beach. Florida, Intend
aid name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade Count,. Florida.
BERNARD i: 0OLDF1NCER
M'DREY ESTHER GOLDHNUfcR
MARK SILVKRfflPEIN
Atfbrne) for Applicant
42" Lincoln l:.....I, Miami Beach, i la.
10/29 n i-12-19___________________^
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR 0*"E ^COUNTY.
FLORIDA. No 62105-B
MYRTLE F'URNITl'RE COMPANY,
INC., a Florida corporation.
plaintiff,
EVELYN CRAWFORD, alao known ai
EVELYN CRAWFt>RD 8M.THindani
NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN
in EVELYN CRAWFORD, also
EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH
255 N. W. 21al Bireet
Anartmenl :'-
Miami, Florida .
YOU ARE HEREB1 ordered and
reaulred to ei ve a copy of your Ana-
.' to the Complalnl >d agmlnal
vim In the ......ve Court, on Ollbert 3.
Balkln 11- Congreas Building, 91
norida. '"" "lalntlfra .......,.. and
HI, the original In the ".""."/."'
clerk of the Clvl Court of It......rd, in
,1,1 f.r Dade County. Florida.
,: "th!- i...hd..v..i p-cemb... re.
Otherwlaa the allegations of aald tom-
nlalnl "111 be taken aa confessed by
vou Theca I '" rI'l'vln and
" t,led MYRTLE FTRNITt RE
COMPANY. INC.. ii Florida cm
Hon. plaintiff. veraua, ,\ .JN
f-n wvf'oRI*. I1"" known u KVBlila
CRAWFORD smith, defendai
ii,.' plaintiff s.eks .,, ,. ov.
"v,IM:''! nKe,,i;;::;:;MRen.r.....t
,,;;,. ,,) sup..me Btove, being
Two (i) III""''' ""' Bb"*"
.,, ,1) Blonde coffee able
tine 1) Wroughl Iron kn
' consisting of on.- 11) 'able
and four ID 'l'-'",, .,
BATED at Dade Comity. Florida,
lh|i w .I-.-,-^r'lv'vr'sa.N.
ci.ik of the civil Court
^TYNDALL.JR
.SEAL)
nil.BERT J
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, bis wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
MRS .I. R, BATTENSBY, a widow,
ami if man I. d. her husband a I
Is unknown, and
m ', ;n IIRD, single, and if mai I ed,
his ., |f. name is unknown,
el al., I 'if, a.bun.-.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MRS .I E. BATTENKBY, a
widow, and if married, her hus-
band, whose name is unknown.
Addles, Cnknown,
HUGH Aim i. single, and if mar-
ried, 1 h..... name i.-. UO-
km. n.
Address Cnknown,
Ami also all unknown peraona,
lieir-. .1, \ granteea, aa-
slgnet s, lb nora, ci edltora,
iees or any other claimants,
claiming b). through, undt
agalnal any of the above named
l i.t. nd.i ui who may be dead and
not known to be dead And ,'!-" all unknown persons,
parties, claimants and Defend-
ants Having or claiming any
right, in.....r Interest In or lo
the piop.i ty Involved In this
cause and herelnaftet described:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
di.. with the ci.-ik of the above-styled
Court a' Miami. Dade c,unity, Flor-
ida, on "i belore the ."'III day of No-
vember. 1954. your written pleadings
to an a> tion to iiuiet and confirm
title to, and for removal of lien from.
the following described property, and
other relief:
l-it 52. of THIRD ADDITION
TO PINEHURST VILLA, ac-
cording I" the Plat thereof, re-
enrded in Plat Book I, at Page
169 of the Public Rends of
Dade Countv. Florida:
as above styled, and to serve a popv
ib.r.of within the time set forth
above, upon S. Blair Ross, Attorney
for the Plaintiffs. 1207 Biscay n
Building. Miami. Florida. In default
of whl.h a Decree pro Confess., may
be ent.i.ii agalnal you.
Dated at Miami. Dade County. Flor-
ida. Ibis 27th day of October, A.M.
B. n. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.ik, Circuit Court of
Da.b- County. Florida
B) WM. W, BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
-12-IH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fictltloun nan
M A- \V TAVERN, a! 12304 N.W
Avenue, Miami, Dade County, Floi
int.n.i- i sa Id name w II
ci.rk of the 'Ircull I !ourt "f i
Countv, Florida.
.1 I: HERZOG
WINIFRED HER/.' .
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Appllcanta
2518 W. Flagler St., M laml, I la.
lo '29 i i 5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703
SAMUEL L. STEIN, Plaintiff,

P VI'LIN E STEIN. 1 '. f. ii.I.int.
TO: PAULINE STEIN
-., Bay 29th Street
Brooklyn, S Y
. unit ed '" set ve -, coi
v.,in answ.r to the I :il! of 'ompl
lor l ilvorce on the plaintiffs alto
and '" fib- iii. original answer in I
office of the i 'lerk of t he Clr. ill ('
on or before the 29th dav of No,
ber, a I >. 1954; otherw lae, lha B
. iomplainl for I Hvoi ce, hi retofore I
herein, a ill be taken as out. s,
vou.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I
26th day of October, I9J4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit '
11.ui.. County. Florida.
By: M C GREEN,
(Circuit court s.ah Deputy I
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Beybold Building. Miami, FT.
I1/S-12-19
in 29
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I?IDAY. NO
VQte,
Efronson Heads
Youth Committee
The election of SidneS' Efronson
in the chairmanship of th<- Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Commit-
i, ;i< jointly announced bj Judge
Milton A. Friedman and Sydney
Adler, cochairmen ol th B'nai
B'rith Youth Committee. Florida
Federation of B'nal B'ntli Lodges
A local attorney who hi- resided
in Miami since 1947. Efronson is
originally from Detroit, where he
attended the Universit) "! Michi-
gan.
H< received hi- law degree from
the Universit] >1 Miami in 1950
While at the universit) here.
Efronson was president and
the founder- of the Bar and Gavel
legal societ)
He -. rvi 1 BS chairman of the
election board for i n< year and
help found the "Barrister."
sity leal newspaper and contrib-
uted the leading article Th
yer." the annual maca/ine of the
Universit) School of Law
Efronson served In the United
State- Army during World War II
as a member of the 90th Infantry
Division, -aw service in the Euro
pean Theater and :- areided hi
action, for which he received the
Purple Mean
An active communit> w
Efrons thi M
Ms ol Pythias thi
B'nai B'rith I.nifie. of which
he l- \ice president, and i- a mem
Unauthorized Practice of
Law i .mmif.ee ol tin Dadi
\ KteiatioB
Efi ds< res
and six-month-old child.
n, in the Southwi st
: Miami.
Obituaries
JOSEPH SCHRAGER
- mil <-<
Miami < -'
i i
BfNJAMlN COHN
I
XI.
Rlv. i
SOL SVON
N'
'
FAY KULOK
sumllO.
M
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1 \i -
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IDA GOLDBERG
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,
Pioneer Women
Slate Functions
In observation of Jewish Book
Month I be Golds Myersou club of
Pioneer Women will hear Mrs
Morn- Shop review Louis Zara's
book, -Blessed i- the Land." at a
Tuasdaj evening, 8 15
pm. ai Congregation Beth El au
ntor Maurice Mam-
rill present the musical por-
tion ol 'h-' program Mr- Ethel
.- II!
' Is
LOUIS KLEINMAN
MTtami
s;
DAVID HANDLER

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Vt.ifl.- Servlee.
n Mount .>
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SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN
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ROSE SOGLOVITZ
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ISAAC COHEN
II nth >i xi .. Bi
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HARRV BISCHAN
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Recently appointed chairman of the 1955 Combinrii
Appeal. Sam J. Heiman (right) accepts desk name
Aaron M. Kanner. last year's CJA campaign chaimat
presentation took place at a testimonial lunch**!
Heiman. On hand were all former campaign ch
current officers of Federation.
Mr- to. pi sidenl of
MICHAEL SPECTER
S M
Women, an
noui roup will meet
monthlj meetii at Con- v
!- .i. i social n.iii .
a 8 p m
. | ------------------
''"' Kaufman Unveiling
the first
...
N 23 8 p m at the home
of Mrs. 1 885 Sw
LIVE IN ISRAEL
You can own your own Modern House,
Chicken Coop. Livestock, Orange Grove, Fruit In
Irrigation, on 28 Dunam of Karen Keyemet
For information call Mr. Yacov Berman
to Haikar Haoved, at the Miami Colonial
Phone 3-2181, dates: November 18th, 19th d|
20th, 1954.
::
Or write to: Haikar Haoved in America
; 12 East 31st Street New York 1M
II
The dedication ol monument to
the memorj of the lati Samuel
Kaufman, former!) of 113 NE 2nd
aVI Will I : 'la' No\
21. 1 p in at lit 5 Memorial
pen iii Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel
Lerer, oi Hollywood Temple Beth
lent, officiating Mr K.. ifman
i- survived hv hi- wife, Kmma; a
-on, Harold, one daughter.
Blanche, of Miami, two broth***,
Isidore and Phillip; and two si
ten, Sarah and Annie Arranee
mcnU are in charge of Palmer- Mi
ami Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are aked to attend
Mi i ildman.
Mr- ltd Mri Al-
studj group
chairman, h.i- chosen the theme
Israel Todaj for this
year's stu
mi Council of Pion-
eer Women- Organizations will
gather for a monthly luncheon
Siintf ffrns"
Radio Program to Mark
Death of Dr. Weizmann
meeting at^ Betty restaurant 1440 Shalloway UnVeiling
Bucayne blvd on Tuesday. Nov. ^
30. 10 45 a m
Miami Attorney Named
A radio program m observance To Bar Committee
of the third anniversary of the
death of Dr Chaim Weizmann. first
lent of the State Of 1
will be presented under the au-
pice- of the Jeui-h National Fund
Council ( Grenter Miami on Sun
da] Not 21. on Sehachler '
Variety Hour Station WMBM
Rabbi Isaac H Ever, spiritual
leader of Agudath Israel Ubren
Institute, and Daniel Cravitt. presi-
dent of the Coral (iable- Zioni-t
Di-tnct. will deliver messages of
timely and vital significance
Cantor Berele Kelemer of Miami
Hebrew School r.d Congregation,
will render appropriate musical
selection.
The program, which ha- been ar-
ranged by Sam Pro-terman. radio
chairman of the Council will be
directed by Rabbi Mi
loff, president of the JNP Council
eater Viami
Kurt WelUsch. Miami attorney.
ha been app tee on state and local taxe- of the
:. ol Taxation, American Bar
Association.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made in Miami thi-
WOOh WelUsch a member of the
American Bar Association, i- one
of un!; two Florida attorneys on
the committee
The dedication of a monument
| to the memory of the late Geanne
Shallowax. formerly of 511 NW
40th ct will take place Friday.
Nov 26. 10 a.m., at Mt Sinai Me-
morial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating Mrs
j Shalloway is survived by three
-on-. I)r C l>eon Shalloway. of
Miami. Harold, of Lake Worth, and
Arthur, of Ithaca. N Y two broth
era; one sister and six grandchil-
dren Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany Friend- and relatives are
Baked to attend.
Dr. Pushkin in Talk
Dr F.manuel Pu-hkm former
president of the Southeast Florida -I
Optometric Association, will |
featured lectun r bi fore Prii i
Of the Seven Lively Art- on Fri-
day, 8 30 p.m.. in trie Palette room
Of the Miami Beach Community
Center. His subject is "The 1
Have It.
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PAGE 8 B GLOBAL SHORTS U.S. Stresses Urgency of European Zionist Council Report on Bat Galim Question Proposed in Brussels INITF.D NATIONS (AJIM—Amsador James J. Wadsworth, lib i • t in for Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr., d Ing the second Security Council r-teting here, on the But Galim BKISSKLS (JTAI \ tall f'r the formation of u Kuropean Zionist Council tO consolidate the BCUviUna ot some 100.000 Zionist! '" Europa and to help hold the -m..iler Jewish communities "' the coni ZionA Tercentenar y Feature SSL^&Ga *l TiHi > 100 Years of Jewish Centers In American Writing By DR. MORDECAI SOLTES The .lewi-h Community Center, vhoae centennial jrenr inow draw <. e was the only delegate on the Council who stressed the need for tinent in the mainstream ncy. While the British and oth .-m again.-t the tondoncj to drift kng to a close, has always •""'•* r representatives were content in toward assimilation, was voiMdJed interest in literary and coin Mixed Armistice torn here on the second day of the third I activities i original hc.ing the -ion report submitted by the end of the month. Mr Wadsworth IIsi/ed that "the report should forthcoming without delaj J.D.C. Directors Conclude Five-Day Paris Conference 1 \HIS iJTAi iie ninth an Joint DistribuCommittee countrj din luded he:e days "t sun itj dui ins. which the din uated the work in.ocountries .: and planned : r the next y< lit ities. rhis ference was the largest of it* kind with 118 del< visitors from countries on five < -tinentparticipal Witness Sees Flying Saucers Abound in Israel's Skies KKI SAI EM (AJPi A Jeru-, em pre-photographer, Itzhak ':. acobj ".'one ol .. number of l-:..ehwin actually spotted the -t reported "Unidentified <>h• r Israel The significant i •• w.iSimchas Torah Yaacoby onlj saw the "saucers," but he iged to take a picture of them • ion reto welcome literary associations as.lish lecture | 1 American nr 'anId 1; Hl TrfJ| members. The "Association Bulie-1 American Hebrew A tin" featured program material on I paniwd i national SSOfi *"i literature, such as. "Hints to Li-'*brary Committees" and "Books to Buy" by H. P. Rosenbach and (hip* from a Talmudic Workpostwar European Zionist ence. The Bonn Synagogue Rededicated; Stats Fifty Worshippers M\\ U \s The only Jew .* house ol wor-hip in this city. .. h a seating capacity for 50 wor pperS wai r dedicated here thirek bj Chiel Rabbi Dr Paul Hoi: the Briti-h /one Fundfur %  • • p's renovation were %  vided in th< North Rhine West II • %  Orthodox Tercentenary Meet Staged in Atlantic City ATLANTA CTTY UP 1500, •,.. ol the Union nl Orthodox Ii w •-' ii., op %  Hi • %  Wouk, the prixe play. The Mutii %  i %  urt Martial delivered the < 'onvention I dress at the opening session I ioi ernor Robert H Maynor delivered the main address at a banquet Saturdaj evening Neo-Nazi Assails French Premier at Brownshirt Meet DUS8ELDORF iJTA'An attack on French Premier Pierre MendesFrance as a Jew WM made this week bj Hajor il Krueger chairman ol the neo-Nazi German Reich Party for the state oi North RhineWestphalia Addressing a meeting at nearby Duisberg on the question of a United stateoi Europe, Major Krueger told hiN brownshifted audience th.it we do not want to be ruled b> the .lew Met; deFrance" Conferfleets this objective Benjamin RabinowitZ, in Young MenHebrew Associations vouth \> cording_ to snop by Marcus Jastrow. The 1881 convention "f the American He (18541913'.'" Jewish youth move menta assumed the form of liter irj societies In the earlj 1840V Itl.'-e were forerunners of the YMHA's and the modern Jewish Communit) (enterThe Owl to adopt the name Youn Men He !:, Literary Association IYMH I.\, was a Philadelphia organizaUon established in 1850. Later. mergers of these youth groups [fected to broaden the scope of the organizations into commu nit) wide y*s The programs ol the early YMHA's encompassed lecture-, debates dramaticand social activities The larger VMHA had ii braries, reading riKims and assemj bly hallto enrich the intellectual background of the clientele. "The Israelite" of November 23. 1855. | tells ol the loiinding of the Hebrew i Young MenLiterary Association in Ni w Orleanwhich paid pri-' man attention to lecture courses, on Ancient and Modern History. from Abraham to the present, and to help affiliated ^ courses and to furnishl* low cost When ,he \n £* 'cawa-e-,;,,,!,.^^ U %  Utution included, u <*.** %  brew Association considered a proobjective-r 0 fl rm H posal calling for the exclusion otireaufrom which to suDii,*?^ organizations "not having a perfoui Iocs i'n, n H hu manent reading room and library." ers In loung W ciations was the librarian Th.' re Ibrew ami KindrH A^ r TH %  V.SO %  | h > I* tablisl II\ %  .•" v < ommuniu i MilJewish i %  sponsors foi bate-, institutes, eoursn and com i %  • as platforms for uitl stitute thi ers. and focuses the ;,u audienceupon the hnn. nor : the proposed inter national covenants on human rights, MrQswald B Lord. Amer. delegate, told the i N General embly's Social Humanitarian Cultural Committee thiweek Hate Literature Distributed In Capital Reported Mounting tSHINGTON WNS There pearto have been an increase I hi imousri and varieties of hate ifure" reaching the Wa-hingBrea it a. reported here bj Jewi-h Community Council of ater Washington Moat ol the, ha'e material habeen distributed through the mail and a good deal through individual circulation. Copyright. I9M. by American Juruh PrtM 5. Marranos in Recife, %  Text by DANIEL ELAZAR lllustrotions by MAURICE 1M 1651 the *l^ MTStM 5*tP-rtJL V.CTOICUJ*J.S ^L c /an oeciFE, ft bAZi4.. • r&dsl V flaaaaV BBBBT^L,'* ^^> ^ T6 MABAj.Mo (smrttr Jmw%) Jomeo tnt INVAt>tB,vfBTp -TO oeSN *"'">"• 4vet> ••VLY IN -rxe PoTua€ WAS4. r, TS jewiM COtAMUMrrV IM utcirm, ^A -TH* rtfft TO OAMIZS A cou*me • 6ATIOM IM THS1 MSW *- THS i-.^o ul ^f'-!r i* 1 !" ,Zrtll



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N0 VEMBERj91954 Stanley K. Modes '. Helena Kauffman, graduate, and owm a nighl dub in sionally M ChjBHi De Key West where the couple will narrled Oct. 22 to reside. k^lSlftrtrttor, PAGE 7 A W prnfemi '"' „,„.,., in a ceremony b Rabbi .lacob H. Kph( home -I her parents. „ rv ,i G Huffman. 1515 bdes, Key West, la tta ion ( ri M and Mrs. Hal Hodes. |r given in marriage by ( r had Mrs. Bunny Freed ls her matron <>f honor. s Heck. I he bridegroom's i„ bridesmatron. d Winner was best man. Huffman, the bride'a brothlusher. Li. ia graduate of Miami %  j_ r school and attended i Miami. She has : with the Pasadena ,,. in California and baa ap„ p| a ys locally. World War II vet. B Columbia University I* K R SON A LLYlMiami Conservatory S P E A K I N (I ^l!?"!!*? 1 Recit a Esther Freedmaq \** K7 Sirnley F. Modes liamond Mrs. Sy Chadroff Miss Eisenberg YVcdsSy Chadroff Joyce Eisenberg and Sj Chadroff were married Oct. :il In Temple Beth Sholem by Rabin Leon Kron ish. Harry Chadroff, father of the bridegroom, attended the couple The bride la the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Irving Eiaenberg, 8600 Byron ave Miami Beach. Mr. Chadroff, 7445 Collier blvd Miami, is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Chadroff. New York City. A reception at the Algiers hotel followed the ceremony The couple will be at home ..I 8600 Byron ave., Miami Bench, after Nov. 7. ten. Jgcment Told Mrs Harry Berman. of ron ave announced the enlit ol their daughter, Celia In Dr. I.eRoy Diamond. 'pi blvd. buple's betrothal was cele|tt;. dinner party recently in Souci hotel. ride-elect is a graduate of feach High School and atBu I niversity of Miami. Miand was graduated from Military Academy and |vdina Slate College of Opwhere he was a member •..I Omega Phi. I a veteran of the Air Force -entlv on the board of if the 29'ers. Iding will take place in of West New ork. N.I is „,,,„., entertained by her uncle and .inn! Mr and Mrs. Albert Weinberg, of 3174 Elizabeth -i %  Rabbi 1. i Kronish, spiritual leader ol Temple Held Sholom,I lefl tinweek for Cleveland to al tend an executive board meeting ol the Central Conference ol American Rabbis, Mrs Harold Robin, 1936 SW 13th st., local piano teacher, has return ed from the 20th annual Florida Music Teachers Convention held in Tampa. Dr. Emanuel M Stadlan, son of Mr and Mr.1 /. Stadlan, ..lined Sund IJ to spend two weeks u ith his parents and sisters, Sariya and Adinah Ruth l)r Stadlan is an in tern at the District of Columbia General Hospital, Washington. He ia graduate ol the i ni\ ersity of Wisconsin Medical School, where be also received the I'.s degree. • Mr and Mrs Norman Glover, ol Miami, announce the birth ol their daughter Miriam Arona, on Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. .lack Allied Rosenberg, Peorlal, III., have announced the birth of their son. Lawrence Becker, on Nov. 5. Mrs. Rosenberg I is the former Claire Becker, of I Jacksonville and Miami Beach Her sister. Mrs. Melvin I. Becker. Ia resident ol Coral Gables. B'nai B'rith Women Schedule Functions North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 23. 8:30 p.m.. at the Jewish Center Edward Clarke, ol the University Of Miami, will review "I'll Cry Tomorrow, a novel bj Lillian Roth Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its weekly Menorah card part) at the Empress hotel on Wedne-day. Nov. 24, 1 p.m. The first faculty recital of th< Miami Conservatory will be held Nov. 20. 8:15 p.m., at its main studios. 3900 Biscayne blvd Featured will be a strong trio composed of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bueller and Mr. Warner Hardman. They will play the first movement of the Mendelssohn Trio in D minor. Miss Mona Redman and Mr. Hardman, Of the piano department. will play several two piano numbers and Miss Berte Long, of the voice department, will sing a group of songs lor contralto voice. The Conservatory plans to make these faculty recitals a monthly event on the third Saturday of each month ROOM FOR RENT Large, bright, cheerful room, twin beds, private entrance, kitchen privileges. $40.00 monthly year round. 60 SW. 58th Court. Ph. MO 1-8153. BEST BUY ON BEACH • tQO Svtisnn s.WO Yearly • Rooms with Private Bath • Full Hotel Service • Dining Room Open to Public AUTOMATIC UIVATOR SERVICE CAMBRIDGE HOTEL 330 MICHIGAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5311 FLAGLER FU NE RAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S MOST BlAUTIFUl JtWISH FUNtRAl HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414 2987 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI MITCHELL JACOBY, Algr. l)i the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS I'S. |tat, "If. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. 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L unVFMBER 19. 1954 B Reviews Special Election the local front has on city councilman. "The League has been studying the primary bill and will be ready to do an information job on this SJ6BM/fcg*ter PAGE 5 A bn on suddenly for the League fen Voters of Miami Beach the forthcoming municipal very current issue." Mrs Kdna Bel ford, local government chairman. plated for Dec. 14 Unecial election will decide franchise, as well as con, revealed this week. Neighborhood meetings primary syst em of voting were scheduled for Monday, at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Balkin, 611 86th st ; Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Randy PoLuuky, 9720 West Bay Harbor dr.; and Friday, Nov. 19, 1 P.m., at the home of Mrs. Elliott ( 1 oh, .i. 08(1 West 4!)th st. in eaarge of transportation is "'•••'M Stuin, Committee Metis Sunday Israel Histadrut Committee will meet on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 21, 2 p.m., at Kneselh Israel Congregation. Guest speaker will be Yahuda Klberg, newly appointed coordinator of Histadrut activities in Greater Miami. Author is Guest Histadruth Ivrith of Greater Miami will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J Z. Sladlan, 1838 Bay rd. Dr. Jacob Lestchinsky, the prominent Hebrew author, will be guest of honor. CANTORS CHOOSE MAZING NEW COFFEE •* ""~""\ it***" 1 .au.' MAXWELL HOUSl r .• %  um/toW i'" '%  %  *m* % % % % % % % % %  Mi w\\\ reve As W > 'I. ****** ** 40* ***Zs, \^ i*0<*" y ,\ 1^ Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of real coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famo"u7MAXWELL HOUSE FLAVOR! Utterly unlike old-style "instants"... |ust as quick but tastes so differentl In the famous Maxwell House kitchens this superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. At the exact moment of fresh-brewed perfection, the water is removed by a special Maxwell House P">oessleaving the millions of miracle "Flavor Buds 100% pore coffee ... no fillers oddedl You just add hot water ... and the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted. One sip and you'll never eo back to old ways! J% pure coffee.;.the only instant coffee with that nnnr jgdMblstgaflMg flavor! Saves you money, tool When you use the large economy-size jar of Instant Maxwell House, you save up to 75^-compared to three pounds of old-fashioned ground coffee! Pure coffee enjoyment on the Sabbath—and every dayl Next Sabbath and every Sabbath-today and every day-enjoy all the wealth of deliciousness, all the deep, rich flavor of this wonderful new Instant Maxwell House Coffee. Your family and friends will love it, because Instant Maxwell House is the overwhelming lavorite in Jewish homes! \ uu.



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)AY. NOVEMBER 19, 1954 +Jenisi. fkirildliiain PAGE 3 A iv. McKeldin to Address Tercentenary ier Observance at Satis Soud Dec. 4 :„.„. Then.'oiv K. SMe<' 1 .<• lei Levin, Harrj Simonhofl at a dinner on celebrating the and ioal speaker at a dinner en George J. Talianoff. vice "chain Way l ||( 4 celebrating the and Ma* C. Gettin ei ,.. r> rican Jewish Tercentenaijr. j Nearly 50 separate organizations pouncemenl of Governor Mc( w .ll combine then efforts m the acceptance of the invita I culminating event on Dec A celelo address leaden of Greater | hratins settlement ol the tirii Jew Vt Jewish community was Ish colony In New Vork 300 years public by Rabbi Joseph R. ago. ^ It is expected thai Governor Mc Keldin's addn win be parti corned with civil rights An effort la being made to secure a promi nent personality in the I's Navy Department to participate in the program. by Rabbi Joseph R. I. chairman ol the local Terinar j Committee. e dinner, to be held at the Souci hotel, will launch "TerW'eek" in Greater Miami period which will include ohhnces bj local and national orations in this area, sisting with program arrange|t. will be officers of the local ii B'rith Executives Orlando Conference ecutive committee of the Florderation of B'nai Brith is will meet at the San Juan mdo, on Saturday, Nov. [. Sunday* Nov. 28, it has announced by Sidney M. Am ,i B'rith president. two da) sessions, which will at 8:30 p.m., will hear kit. 1 committee chairmen on i B'rith activity, inj %  !: A n I i Defamation Bin Hillel Foundations, B'nai fh Youth Organization, In\iJudaism and Veterans icanism programming. |nai B'rith n presentatives from %  i lorida are expected t>> id Ii. two-da) meet, which will I illowing a luncheon seson Sunday, Hurt .1 Balkln, Florida ADL fctor, iState B'nai B'rith Fedloi secretary and is receiving \from B'nai B'rith lead in Florida at 330 Seybold bldg.. Theme of the nationwide cele bration which began early in September and is scheduled to continue for 300 days until May, 1955, is '.Mans Opportunities and Re sponsibilities Under Freedom." As a prelude to the dinner celebration, synagogues and other re ligious institutions throughoul South Florida are expected to des ignate Friday, Noi 26, as "Tercentenary Sabbath." There will be appropriate sermons and discus sions featuring a lie-in with the Thanksgiving holidaj period beginning Nov. 25. Local organizations have been engaged, since Sept. 12. In a wide variety ol educational and aesthetic projects dedicated to the Tcrcen tenary theme Among the more popular programs sponsored in this area were book reviews dealing with Jewish contributions to the nation's arts, sciences and educaBernsteins Play Host Mr and Mrs, F Bernstein will play host at a dinner on Sunday evening, Now 21, f> p.m., in the Beth El Auditorium, 500 SW 17th ave. Proceeds are for Beth El Academy. P •'.L ^ ;\ YORK (AJP; Philip Slcmo-.itz*: Uc), publisher of The il Jewish News end one c'. the founders cf the American Bociation c! Enrllah-Jewith Newspaper, accer's u spscial pque in recognition of di-'. .'inshed service rendeied the Bscciation during the post ten ) ecus. Ben N^ustadi (center), |itoi cf The Ohio Jewish Chroni.le, and Fred Shochet. editor i he Jewish Floridian and president of the Association, are n presenting the plaque in behalf cf the whole membership, be plaque was presented Slomovitz during the semi-annual Invention of the Association executive committee held at the cAiphin Hotel in New York on Nov. 11 and 12. "Tin U.ol Educational Environment" 21 Years with the torn director—Mt R. L<' fUOi, Phone 5-0*06 1010 Watt Avenue Miami Beach, Florida I SCHOOL Offers An '. ENRICHED CULTURAL ond RECREATIONAL PROGRAM ColUg Preparatory — Ruainess Scianca DrosneHca — Mtssk — end Swimmm NURSERY THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL GRADES laaairfcM I"**** ./ D.J. Ctm**t Gertner Attends Florida .Blue Cross Meeting 3 sj I I 111 J 111 Samuel Gertner, executive director ol Mounl Sinai Hospital, and a director of Blue Cm-, ol Florida, attended the annual meeting of the active members of Blue Cross Of Florida. Inc. held at the Colonnades hotel in Palm Beach Shores Wednesday. The meeting included representatives ol the 122 genera] hospitals In Florida, which participate in the Florida Blue Cross Plan. Annual progress reports of the president. treasurer and executive director were followed by election of directors to fin vacancies on the board and an open discussion of hospital and plan activities. The annual meting f Blue Wo-, hov"jruls w ; a< heM in conjunction with the annual meeting Of the Fioiidii Hospital Association. Samuel Zibil, assistant director, and Samuel Farber. assistant i director-comptroller of Mount Sinai Hospital, also attended the meeting. Thanksgiving Dance B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a Thanksgiving dance at the Algiers hotel on Nov. 21, 9 p.m., according to an announcement here by Reggie Gladstone, chairman. Gov. Theodore McKeMin tion, discussion groups, forums. luncheon meetings, films, sermons, musical programs and pageants. Arrangements have just been concluded with the National Broadcasting i ompanj tor the major Tercentenarj network television show, The Ballad of Jacob Stein," on Thanksgiving afternoon, 5 p.m.. Eastern Standard Time. Tercentenary exhibits and displays are planned in Miami and Miami Beach during the forthcoming Tercentenary Week Some 500 personare expected to attend the dinner program at the Sans Souci t i hear Governor McKeldin |#ifs^S R Y OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd ALL DAY COFfff AND CAKE ON THE HOUSE COME ONE COME ALL 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7117 Successors fa Pechter's) // How about Heinz Beans tonight?" 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PAGE 2 A +JelsHk>rkmr FRIDAY, ^OVaiBQ, 33,500,000 Mount Sinai Fund Drive Revealed structureof todly Continued from Pago 1 A [.-(irch proif I ho state. <„,„ ,n order to develop a clear of •"•" en.ss section of opinion tr..„. .he vs.. ot healthJUKI ent.re Jewish commun.ty Kran.s in th.s pert Reviewing the background of Omvilz revealed that the old Nau the plans of Mt Sinai hospital in ,. ,, -, oioperty. formerly owaregard to the proposed construee d b> the Federal lOWl tion program. Ornvitz declared at a City of Mi from building program, relationship of the hospital's capital fund drive to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and its Combined Jewish Appeal, community participation and ^Q program. Orovftl declared ..t a |,, t .-r c u ntreyed • '"' long-range plans — developing an ^ ((ln me ^ tlng „f Krxleration and ; m i Reach by deed, had been, in integrated program for the chroniH 1Npi(a | re pre-,-ni..ii\eon a*Bf turn, leased t" V s nal hospital calls ill 11. 1954: "Tnuteea oi the hospital L'nder certain stipulations, the hns Representing the hospital at! n j\< don.considerable thinking p ,t a | .,. cbhaed to begin con these session! were Baron de regard tag the need of a new buildst ruction of a nW addition OB Coj Hn-ch Meyer. Leonard Wien. Oroj ng n h.is become increasingly i, nv inland with a minimum of 120 vitz. (ail Weinkte Emil Gould, ciear thai .. new hospital structure her), w thin a r-riod <>( five years Gerald Lewis and Samuel Gertner, established on Collins island an.l ,. i>48. in order that ex officio. Representing Federam ,.. %  ultra-modern faeflities ii m Sinai could eventoallj %  tion were Myers. Dr. Kurt Peiser particular!) required at this liane." • • nland.Collins bland Sam .' Heiman. Sidney Lefcourt He stress I thai the capital ;in ,i John's Island According to Harold Thurman, Sidney Birnbaum funds project would nol planan) Orovitz, %  •' extension "t lime was Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenber • burden on the community, secured in which to begin construeration director, rx officio but th %  %  %  %  n Collins Island, or until From time to time, ottw enprovide expai cal and re1957 es participated in the discushabilitative services [or all kindTV* Sinai hos Pltal to w 2jii our community," u^ dared. "We must buna a'Mity a nd statavj 1 n a whole new carry forward long-range Programs I !">; treat, m ,1 .scientific research for the bet-1 ^ „ hr,,e f health ~ •rment oi medical care in all its „"''! en S p f Feder, ihases." said hoapital officials. With vision, courage and faith, our community must prepare to Miild again."' said Myers and OrorltJ in their joint statement. 'This program is a call to greatness It is j the most ambitious undertaking envisioned by a Jewish community in Greater Miami and it is for our generation to make our contribution now to the health and welfare DEPENDABLE REL.ABcE 0A A-l ."•""i. EMPUnbf SEIWH •7 N. E. M 8lrM *MEIOENBE P "H as Changes in Traditional Marriage Contract Presented by Conservatives \K\\ YORK—The et..hh-hment nfi rence on Jets ish law !. %  th Din a as announced :... Ult) "f 5. minarj ol v Assembly of A • %  nt confer instrument within live movi ment f"r all ll wish laws • •i man 1 • • ion of IM LLETIN \K\\ YORK u\s Ortho lox throughout thiliup in against the establishment by Rabbinical Assemblj of Amer• nj .1 rabbinic court. Beth Dm. : th< institution ol changes in %  traditional ketubah, m Th< e Rabbis warned • either submitting or cognizini these revisions intimati ih..t. it necessary, they would -ue a decree, banning mat • in Orthodox and Conserva• Jeu In more extreme Ortho'..1talk ol ex M|| a takkanah for the ketubah, the ontract, worked out by Professor Saul Lieberman, Dean "t Rabbinical School and Professoi oi Talmud Under the contract, the bride and groom agree to recognize the B'th Din set up by the Seminary and Rabbinical Assembly, as "having authontN to counsel us in the light of Jewish tradition which requires husband and wife to give euch other complete love and de\' it ion." At a press conference at which the new procedure was discussed, Dr Louis Finkelstein. Chancellor 01 the Seminary, said. "We anticipate that the effect of the new takkanah will be to strengthen Jew i-h home life through marriage Counselling to inculcate a profound sense of family resPOastMlr**r %  ire "i the dramatic M ,. the broadening ol the • Miami's health facilities It was stated bj Myers that th i"int plan was m accordance with Federation vote as the cen,:id financing ater Miami Jen ish communit) %  1 Mir joint partnership with Ml Sinai is destined to lead to greater • ii oi both agencies and to the ultimate benefit ol the communit) .it lar |< he said, address recent meeting ol the Fed era tion board "i governors "Ml Sinai will continue t" dedicate it-'1 as .1 non sectarian hospital to the humanitarian concept "1 t the sick regardless "f race, color, or economic status, and to i HE-OPENING XOYi Hum 2 HARFENIST DAIRY RESTAURANT 1 Blintzes We Specialize inBroiled or Boiled Fish • Cheese Bagels • Pickled Herri, 1381 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE! finkelsfein it> and to protect the wife from some of the abuses current at the present time.'' Explaining the reasons for the present modification id the ketubah. and for the establishment of the Beth Din Rabbi Harry Halpern, president ol the Rabbinical Assembly %  >t America and spiritual leadei cil the Hast Midwood Jewish Center Brooklyn, N Y said that grave consideration was given to all the problems involved in this change. For 4.000 year-aid Dr Halpern, "the Jewish laws ol marriage and family welfare have been designed to protect the rights of bus band, wife and children. In the American milieu today, the home ol more than 5.000.000 persons of the Jewish faith, there has been no authority having power to prevent abuses oi the traditional law. "Our position here, and the authority under American civil law oi the practicing rabbi in American communities, necessitated the es tablishment ol a Beth Din and the creation ol a marriage contract in which both bride and groom place themselves under its jurisdiction, if we are to prevent even such Dagrant abuses oi Jewish law by the unscrupulous as. for example, the refusal to Issue a divorce, after a Civil decree has boen granted The new marriage contract has been adopted by a resolution of the Rabbinical Assembly, an aiaocration of more than 500 rabhiChoir Being Formed Israelite Center this week revealed plans to organize a choir that will assi-t at Sabbath and holiday services Victor VickneSs la in charge of the new project DAY WORKERS S5 ft S6 and fart HOTELS Colored Molds Porters RESTAURANTS-Colored Dishwashers DOMESTIC-Colored Maids ACE EMPLOYMENT 1(7 N K. let Avo. 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PAGE 8 A +Jmlsi>nt>r*m*n FRIDAY. N0\ Two Minmi Women C Epsrlon Phi; Installed Alpha Eta chapter ol Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority honored MrSamuel Cohen, of Cleveland. 0 at its meeting Wednesday The chapter on the University of Miami campus met at the home Of Mrs Charles Kinkelstem. 815 ( .it.iloiu.i. ("oral Cables, (or the occasion Mrs Cohen is national dean of the aororitj Also scheduled u.i\'.'turn as honorary members ol Mrs Stanley C Myers and Mrs taron Kanner Into Alpha Eta chapter i of active in en pic and religious affairs here Mrs K.mner ipresident of the Miami National Coui Jen ]sh Women MrMyers, former pi %  lr v. m • i 1 Ji wish r ited by Alpha as Honorary Members Mrt. Aaron Konntr Opening Lecture Series At Gables Tuesday %  %  .;i be I The f.r>t let be Rabbi Morris A Ski %  ; who aril] \ Marriaa> and I n Jewish Law." Hadassah Reviews Resume Tuesday %  \ 23 I pj under Miami fifth ru rut %  %  .-•••-.,, cum %  r-ity. • and %  t< hei • M %  l First book to be reviewed will be The Remarkable Mr Jeromi bj graph) con and time.ii LeonSir w Inston Churchill's American grandfather Mrs Donald Murra) is co-ordina: the book n l< serii The following chairman are tak• n M rvations i hi Mi • '• %  l). borah Hei Hanifaunci K i t. S Harrj l>. ih; Eli Sti phen \\ is> Mount S il' 1 n and N Geriatrics Expert Talks %  %  B'nai Br:' '. i 23. 12 noon, in the I Sul ed ol his I ami's Aging Populai "Lady Luck Luncheon held at Beth Dav.d Synagogue by the Sisterhood last week is adjudged successful by iseated left to right' the Mesdames Juhus Sperling. Moms Rabinowitz and Frank Rose. Standing are the Mesdames Max Handshu Max Jacobson. Sam Badanes and Roy Mack. Serving on the committee with them were the Mesdames Fred Sandier RicHerald. Ernest Sussman Irving Sirk-.n Nat Davidow Isadore Berman. Mom Yorman. Corinne Cohen. Fay Abromowitz Dave Pciness. Murray Kossmcn and Martha Zinner. Committee Heads Named in Miami H M Dnuich. president of Miami Hebrew School and Congrcga lion, ihiweek revealed cosnmlttne appointments made at a board of directon meeting. Named were Samuel Vogelbaum. membership. Milton Weiner. par liamentanan Have Kleber. educaIion and religious. Mrs Simon April, sunshine Hen Soft • • • -11 and Aba Kaplan, huildiran I h use Mn Dm Kleber. sick Mrs Ben Sokoloff. retreshmenU; Ed Becker, program. Sanwel D Winn special fund rail ing and insurance. Mrs Joseph Schwardon. publicity and printing: MrHubert Schwcit/cr. telephone Mrs Sophie Mi.-bospitalit) H M Drewich cemeterj. MrDM i • ,r Ben Sokoloff. %  e h Rutanskj ser%  v %  Zara Novel Reviewed Maurice Grossman will discuss the Louis Zara novel, "Blessed M t he Land." at a meeting ol the Norj man Bruce Brown Poet. Jewish War Veterans. Wednesday evening. Nov. 24. 8 p.m.. in the Republican ( Iub. 1947 West Flagler st. The taik is part of the Post's observance oj Jewish Book Month ORT Service Friday Greater Miami Chapter of Women's American ORT will observe. ORT Sabbath during Friday eve ning .services of North Shore Jew ish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abraino witz will officiate. Great. r Mian,, p, "•£ %  •'llhoMaTj KWIIW lervka ,iV* —" '•> *u A555 Script Present A ; r : "' "' ,h Nat ernHed ,| .. nemfa n Tuesday. 8 pA^aJ Youngsters Form New Beach Cotillion Club Port i the i med a cotiUn th< -i • Sbolora : Mi u according > here b) Mrs S s | PTA pr of this group are Mrs Howard Brooks and Mrs Jack Low, with Miss Selma Kauffman, of thichool staff professional adviser The group will meet everj other Saturda) evenii from 7 to 9 30 p.m al the Temple Proceeds lor Project Workmen's Circle Women's Club v. 6 M Anna (.reiibaum,eh arAi-'i V Open House u. • V Sunday •ill hold i memberdBjl an opei 17th "i J EX fcOtt) ,A ^ST2 -KlAiYlfcEACH ON ITS i*T i .** .v*~ rVr u 5 'Glamour Clinic' Greater Miami Jewish Conunu-I nity (enter in conjunction with Patricia Stevens Finishing and Modeling School, will conduct a "glamour clinic for teen age girls on Tuesday. Noi 23, 8 30 p m at 450 SW 16th aw Mi-I arol A: of Patricia Stevens, will disBaakeup and clothes with teen from Kappa Tau and A Wendy and Terry Schwartz, daughters oi Dr. Schwartz. Miami Beach, display the first birthday i by the Delano hotel bakery department and on dii Zodiac room oi the hotel, for the forthcoming ca the City of Miami Beach's 40th anniversary starting] 1, 1955. Many events of national prominence will t throughout the year to celebrate the anniversary. "Life Begins at 40." Preparations lor annual Thanksgiving dance of the Greater Miami Jewish Community!] are made at a meeting of the dance committee at the Town Branch. The tracfince^ will be held on Wednesday night. Nov. 24. at 8 p.m. Committee members are lironii to right; Mrs. Angel Ross. Mrs. Albert Daniels. Mrs. Stuart Winston, Stuart Winston, I mg Hugel. Mrs. Bernard Weksler and Mrs. Arnold Spivack. Second row (left to righ* rael Silver. Branch supervisor. Lou Stein. 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MnVEMBER 19, 1954 Fbin Named [chi President y i( [,Y • Mrs. Nch*,„„ | Brooklyn,' NY., CJo %  elected national 0 f (he MintcW Women's | on of America, as the | a i nation il convenUon >f ^n'religlous-HonW orI came t" •' close here. Iinuel Karger, of Miami, L\ to the national board L \\ .men ;it the Atlantic ration E an a thousand delegates. Eg 50.000 members in 37 fo V oted a budget of (,.r child restoration, livah. social service and .education needs in 1sied a full slate of national nd considered long-range |of the Zionist movement *day conclave which was Jfo the memory of Theo|in hi50th Yarhzeit year. 1 keynote session of the Bruce McDaniel, first difl'.S Operations Mission ["received Mizrachi WornAnnual America-Israel Award, jshua I. Lewis, retiring (resident of the organizaJwa< elevated to an nonIon a I vice presidency at ration close, presented In to McDaniel as Avranan. 1 onsul-General of ol Israel, Rabbi Wolf Irman ol the Torah RduCulture Department of \ ncy, and Mrs. Mc%  keii on. i. Imanvel Kargtr Council Plans Party Here Mult B'nai B'rith Counaiide the month of Demembership drives. As It he Council is sponsorpi party at 1536 Bay rd. I 8:30 p.m. *n^ were this week exI young women between [ 18 to 26 and young men and 2$ to be the CounI that evening. |t will he square dancing < lional calling by Mr. pun PraUrar. Jrsch Landau, of Miami and Sharet ChapIt comprise the regional Greene is chairman of [ami president of CoUDOtwin and Cuna Cohen Re oi information Mrs. Nachman ibm Biologist Wins AJC Award of Honor NEW YORK — Sulfa drugs and i antibiotics have provided the nation with "powerful weapons" against bacteriological warfare, Dr. Selman A. Waksman. Nobel prizewinning microbiologist told members of the American Jewish Congress at a dinner held in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel here. The scientist, who is internationally noted for his discovery of streptomycin and other antibiotics, received the Award of Honor of AJCongress Medical Chaptera Over 300 persons from professional and business fields attended the dinner, which was presided over by Sylvan Gotshal. attorney and communal leader. In another address delivered at the dinner. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, expressed concern that the nation was lagging in the effort to educate scientists, engineers and technicians essential for continuing national security. He called upon the 84th Congress, when it convenes in January', to pass legislation granting Federal aid to institutions of higher education, enabling them to enlarge opportunities for gifted students. Dr. David Rittenberg. a member of the faculty of the Columbia I'niversity College of Physicians and Surgeons, presented the Award of Honor, a bronze plaque, to Dr. Waksman for his "epochal contribution to medical science and his dedicate.I and continuing service to the advancement of human welfare Discussing bacteriological warfare. Dr. Waksman, who is director of the Institute ol Mlcrobiolog} al Rutgers University, pointed out that "the really destructive powers of that type of warfare are not fully appreciated, since they have not been submitted as yet to practical demonstration. There is no doubt, however, as to their effectiveness, but there is doubt as to their practical use. "Whether the potential danger to human life and health is to be compared in magnitude with that of atomic weapons is a carefully guarded secret and can now be considered merely a subject for speculation." Mort Freeman to Entertain at Bond 1 '' l-'ieeni,,,i baritone r-crdtar and renowned singe'r 61 Israeli folk songs, will entertain at ine Operalogue workers' meeting '" be liei.i i n hl Empress hotel on ruesday, \„v 23, 8 p.m. Freeman, who-,repertoire includes gongs oi the world in 10 languages, has won the acclaim of audiences to whom he has sung in America. Europe and Israel. In connection with the Operalogue to be premiered on Dec. 1 in the Coronation room of the Empress hotel, sales are coming in rapidly, according to Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds. At the meeting, final plans will be discussed concerning the Operalogue, and prizes will be awarded to top-selling workers. Admission to the Operalogue will be through the purchase of a $100 State of Israel Development Bond or the sale of $300 in bonds. Sections will be reserved for purj chasers and salesmen of $500 and $1,000 in bonds. On Sunday, Nov. 21, at 8 p.m., the North Shore Jewish Center Congregation and Sisterhood will present "A Night in Israel" at the Center. 620 75th st. Freeman will present a repertoire of modern fighting and working songs. A testimonial scroll will be presented to Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/. spiritual leader, and Ezra Peingold, president, ol the North Shore Jewish Center, for "the distinguished cooperation and service of the synagogue during the high Holy Days bond appeal." Chairman of arrangements is Mrs Jack Bernstein. President of the Sisterhood is Mrs. Fred Jonas. Co-operating organizations are North Shore Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs. George Baltuch president; North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Milton Mannheimer, president: and North Shore Zionist District, Sheldon Lelchuk. president. PAGE 9 A Women Spur Israel Investments, National Leader 1 Reveals Here lira feingold Party Slated Md Sisterhood. Men's 1 "ill sponsor I the Part) on Wednesday. I'"e Biltmore Playhouse. "Her Cardboard Lover," froadwaj aetres.. I., S;I f n charge of tickets are f*. Louis Rosenson. Ungar Named Bank Trustee Arthur A I'ngar. owner of Inpar Buiek Co, of Miami, has been ejected a director of Industrial National Bank, President Abess an nounced here An active Miami automobile dealer since mi!*. Ungar also owns the Advancd Refrigeration Co. of Atlanta. Ga which he established in 1914 lie is | director ol the Miami Beach Federal Savings & i.oan Association, Rkhard'i Store and Miami Lailfidrj A trust, 1 the University ol Miami and Mount Sinai Hospital. Ungar is .. peal president oi the Orange Bowl committee and 1current president of t h a Gridiron Club. Compare IETLEY TEA with any other brand %  FAMOUS SINCI 11)7 then Compare IETLEY TEA with any other brand tafcal May er Abramowiu Hospital Admitting Officer Get Award Possessing charm, a warm personality and ability to put everyone at ease, in time of stress, Beatrice Schwartz, chief admitting officer of Mt. Sinai Hospital, has been selected to receive this week's Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce courtesy award, Leo Eisenstein, committee chairman announced here. A former administrative assistant in the city government of New York, Miss Schwartz resides with her mother at 4100 Collins ave.. and has been cited numerous times for her organizational ability. The courtesy award winner was nominated by Mrs. May K. Stern. A S25 government savings bond will be presented to Miss Schwartz. The bond was made available to the Courtesy Committee by the Miami Beach Railway Co. At a lunche.in in her honor on Thursday at the Shelborne hotel. Mrs. Francis N. Rubin, first woman trustee of Israel in the Southern area, was presented with her trusteeship certificate by Mrs. Miriam Fineman, national director of the Women's Division. State of Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Fineman also renewed her acquaintanceship with Mrs. Monte Selig, Miami chairman of the Women's Division, who had been her 1 companion on a recent tour of Lsrael. Mrs. Fineman revealed that women have produced 30 percent of all Israel investment. "We have reduced Israel's problems to our own," she explained. "We have had patience and faith in our own families — we have watched our own families grow after much struggling. So, we feel the same way about the Israeli people. We know them to be honest and energetic and thus we behave towards Israel as a family should." Also attending the luncheon were the Mesdames Sarah Czech, Sam H. Rost, Harry Platoff. Miriam Press, Max Weitz, David Phillips and the Misses Esther and Lillian Goodman and Esther Garduk. Men present included Clifford Strauss and Sidney Glazier, local bond executives, WANTED MAX SCHWARZ, born in Austria about 60 years ago and who came to the United States before World War II, is being sought by his nephew. HERBERT MANNHEIMER. Born Sept. 16, 1927 in Vienna, Austria. Mannheimer resides at Hoshea st. 6, Tel Aviv, Israel. He has another uncle, Julius Gottlieb, of 4224 14th ave., Brooklyn 19. NY. Masada Plans Dance At Nautilus Thursday Nautilus hotel will be the scene of Miami Beach Madada's annual "turkey trot" dance on Thursday evening, Nov. 25. Marcella Waldstein, fund raising chairman, announced that the I Driftwood room show and orchestra will be featured. Assisting Miss Waldstein are Misses Leila Gross and Lillian BarI is, and Archie Goodwin and Sam I Soldinger. NEW HOLLAND HONEY CAKE is now made with the best 1954 NEW CROP HONEY and RYE FLOUR No Fat — Sugar — or Syrup Used IT IS NOT ONLY DtUCtOUS BUT AISO GOOD FOR YOU Iff I A EJOAF TODAY Distributed by C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO., 161 N.E. 30th St. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS i u SERVING ^ GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Distributed by HI GRADE FOOD CO. 1733 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 9-8456 —~



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PAGE 10 B UmUttUrMtofL FRIDAY. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER Will hold Friday evening services it 8 30 pm. with Rabbi Abraham Jlerson officiating Subject of his sermon, dedicated to Jewish Book Month. is Story Behind the Book." Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical por tions of the liturgy Saturday morn ing -ervices are at 9 a.m. when Rabbi Herson will preach on the topic: Spiritual Delinquency." Kiddush will follow DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Knday evening nrvio 5 30 p.m. Saturday morning aerriceare at 8:30 a m. Rabbi Ane Becker will discu-Judaism and Social Welfare Class m Talmud 8am isamediau Ij before the Sabbath Bible will be lowed bj Mia S s Sen do. Rev. and Mrs. J |er will %  WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold r at 5 30 and 8 9 "iUl Rabbi \ ome Taft will choir Subject "i Rabbi Vt'axman's sermon ischeduled as Mature Shabbal :ll inpre nted bj Mr and MrI I on the occasion ol th-ir 44td wi rj Saturday morn%  :' .. m Junior will I" II .i m Mincha .it 5 p.m concludes Ihe Sabbath %  n ant • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION w.!l ho|r| Friday evening services at 6 pm Saturdaj morn Ing M n it i • are at 8 30 .. m with Rabbi Jo-eph Rackovsk) officialnd discussing: "Influence ol • • Hi me At 4 p in the Rabbi Will disCUSS the Weekly Portion Mincha is al 4 45 p m follow* Shalos Seudos Dailj services an o a in with Mincha at 5 and a) 5 45 pm BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Fridaj evening servict al I morning ii • ai m Richard Kosch : Mr and MrSydne) Greene, will become B.ir Mitzvah Floral %  • duct. (1 b) .l \. ning sen ices • 7:30 | m • % %  ith I hi i hoir under • f A Mau %  tl : • • • %  n thi North V me i ...... n | g| I HEBREW ACADEMY Frid i %  rig senlei ,.i 5 15 p.m. Satui %  Gross will ofl liscu The Bibh \ Gn it I lassie Mincha is .it 5 p.m., followed bj Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 7 30 ..in and 5:30 p.m., with Sunday services scheduled for 8 a m MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 5:30 pm Sat lurday mental mvkes are al 8 30 a in Rabbi Simon April will afflpreach on the lop* i New Religion in the Schools Cantor Berele Kclemcr >" render the musical portionol the liturgy .... in Mi-hua iat 4 15 pm Daily services are al "30 jm and 15:90 pm BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Fridaj evening services at 5 p m Saturday morning sen ices are at 8 30 am Rahbl AJtiva Chill will officiate and preacn on the lopk \ Rabbi Flrsl St r T Candlelitfhtinjr Time HESHVAN 23 5:13 p.m. T lo His I lion Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render lusical portions of the liturgy Minch. '< p m followed by Shalos S Rabbi Chill will discuss tkc Weeklj Portion NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold -.in-.' sen ices on Fridaj S 30 p m Late services are at 8 p.m., with Rabbi v.,\.! w iti ifficiating In observance ol Jewish Book Month. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti will I %  %  ,( h on How i" Select a Good Jewish Book." Cantor Edward Klein will ihant the liturgy, assisted by the (outer Cbolr under the direction of Mr F.li Samuels Saturday morning services will Ix'gin at 8 45 a m at which time will be ct lebrati i the Bar Mita ah of Stephen Fried -on ol Mr and Mrs Philip Fried FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 pm, with R. \ l.o Heira officiating Saturdaj morning services ..re at 8 30 am when Rev Heim will chant th. liturgy and discuss the Portion Junior -or-, ices will be at 10 90 a m Mincha i,.t 5 p.m.. followed b\ M..ari\ BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening servic • at 5 30 p m Saturdaj moi ning ices an a ith Rabbi Shmarjahu Swirskj officiatii on the topic "Man's for God antor Fishel Lul man will render the musical porol the liturgy Class in Tal ,mud will be conducted by the Rab' bt at 3 45 p.m. Mincha is al fc pm.. followed by Sh-UoReUOOS Junior services are in Acadcim Hall at Ham TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold Fridaj evening aenrkwi at 5 p.m. with late servkea scheduled for H 30 p m Rabbi Henrj Wernick will officiate HI the absence of Rabbi Irving Lehrman Subject of Bis sarasKM iAccentuating the Negative Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portionof the liturgy Saturday morning services are al 9 am. with Rabbi Wernick discussing the Weekly Portion Stanley, -on of Mr and MrJack Ringler. and Michael. son ol Mr and Mrllwnan Schinitsky. "'" become Bar Mitzvah Dailj servieaa are in the chapel at 8 a in and 5 30 p m • MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services al 5 15 and 8:15 p.m with Rabbi Abraham Levitan officiating. I Title of nil sermon i-: %  Modern Social Justice in the Talmud." Saturday morning sendees will be at 9 am with the Rabbi discussing: Sarah the Matriarch At 4 p.m.. class will be held in advanced Biblical studies Mincha iat 5:15 p m. i • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday .vo ning serviceat 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services arc al 9 am.. with Rabbi Isaac F\er officiating and preaching on the subject: •Fear Not That You May Suffer bj Doing Good Mincha is at 5 p m followed by Shalos Seudos. Henry Katz will be host Maariv 'will conclude the Sabbath obaeTV'ance Daily services are at 8 am. and 5 p.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 pm. with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and preaching on the theme: "People Who Bring Heaven Down to Earth At the Saturday morning service, the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions <4 the liturgy Kiddush of Sanctidi ation will fol low. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening sen ices at 8.15 p m with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiating and preaching on the topic "Mordecai, Manuel. No.ib • i antor Man noo Neu will render the musical ns ol the liturgy, with Lucille v ri lirecting the Center Choir Oni at following will be sponsored bj Mi and Mrs George Hpffspiegle in honor of Choir i their anmrrrsjary.-Salurday morning services are at A a.m.. when David, sun of Mr and Mrs Stanley Onion, becomes Bar Mitzvah Daily services arc at 7:30 am and 7 p.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL will bold Kri day evening services at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot official ing. Guest Rabbi Richard F. Sing I er. of West Palm Beach, will dicuss: Ideal Marriage in Jewish Thinking" Saturday morning services are at 11 am .when Phil ip. son of Mr and Mrs. Frank B Blumenfield. becomes Bar Mitzvah under th. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:15 p in Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Friendship" Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musi cal portions of the liturgy. Dora Stein Sisterhood will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are "at 8:30 am 'Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudo• • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p m Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz will officiate and discuss "The Jew and His Book." Mrs. Morris Moskowitz will read the English version of kiddush The Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. David Oilman and Mr. and Mrs Abe Horowitz. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render the mu sical portions of the liturgy Theme of the service is Jewish Book Month • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 4:35 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. when Rabbi Jonah ('apian will of( ficiate and preach on the topic: "The Sanctity of Marriage Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy Mincha is at 4:45 p.m followed by Maariv at 5:50 p.m. I • • • | TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p m Guest speaker will be I Claude Pepper, former Senator from Florida. His subject is ached uled as: The Crisis in the V Fast" Rabbi David Shapiro will officiate, with Cantor Joseph W Malek rendering the musical por tions of the liturgy. The Outer Mordechai uZ J"** dV,norn, ngH ;.H Wl,h R"bhi ShaSV Week., pjg* 8 Speakers AvijL F jr Hook Montkl i" celebrate £+ £ %  "£ %  %  'th, 5 > tO Doe 19. "* The Greater Mi Jnil Committee will ptJj vl •••' %  -anda C on,p^: any organixatioa ran, j sen.. I Theme of all H*^ 'or review thUj^a aj related | 0 t |, e the 3(10.h annbemn,! al "' Jewish citMBji Group, can arrange by calling the Burwii Education. Among those avjiljreviewing during the a I>r Donald Michel^) thy Kneger FinLSaJ man Hi rbert Borgw L wart/:,!,.... Kabhi Main! MrPeter Glaw R hurg. Gershon Lee Mr* Max Dobnii Breslaui r MrgjS MrMiriam Solkoftll per Sermoneta, MB and Seymour Sanw. ; Closed The All department! ai\ th.Miami Public Us closed i n Thundtj, Thank--i\ing. ^OlINj-Jfl^l, ftobbl !oMch 1 1 I4S M.chigu Mis an Ba PIMM MM Wvim ^tALTH 1 DEMAND Miami Wholesale Corporation 120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 rVe Carry a Complete line of linens for HOTELS MOHIS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon Sheets Blankets Towels Bed Pads Pillow Cases Spreads Dish Towels Plastic Goods, etc. Fully Air Conditioned Ample Parking fUHD KA1S1MG CHAIItmN An Opportunity! 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PAGE 12 B ^JmlsiiQcrifgan I?IDAY. NO VQte, Efronson Heads Youth Committee The election of SidneS' Efronson in the chairmanship of th1 Miami in 1950 While at the universit) here. Efronson was president and the founderof the Bar and Gavel legal societ) He -. rvi 1 BS chairman of the election board for i n< year and help found the "Barrister." sity le£al newspaper and contributed the leading article Th yer." the annual maca/ine of the Universit) School of Law Efronson served In the United StateArmy during World War II as a member of the 90th Infantry Division, -aw service in the Euro pean Theater and : %  are—id e d hi action, for which he received the Purple Mean An active communit> w Efrons thi M Ms ol Pythias thi B'nai B'rith I.nifie. of which he l\ice president, and ia mem Unauthorized Practice of Law i .mmif.ee ol tin Dadi \ • KteiatioB Efi DS< %  res and six-month-old child. %  n, in the Southwi st • %  : Miami. Obituaries JOSEPH SCHRAGER mil <-< Miami < •-•'•• • i i BfNJAMlN COHN I XI. Rlv. i SOL SVON N' %  FAY KULOK sumllO. M • ,,' i \. Vorfc 1 \i \'"X IDA GOLDBERG 'A %  S Pioneer Women Slate Functions In observation of Jewish Book Month I be Golds Myersou club of Pioneer Women will hear Mrs MornShop review Louis Zara's book, -Blessed ithe Land." at a Tuasdaj evening, 8 15 pm. ai Congregation Beth El au ntor Maurice Mam%  rill present the musical portion ol 'h-' program MrEthel .II! Is LOUIS KLEINMAN MTtami s; DAVID HANDLER %  .1. ..I h. '' X ..,>. • '• nn Mi doushl. MM I.xli, Vt.ifl.Servlee. %  n Mount .> SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN |t, ,. h Klv. '' n I S_] ROSE SOGLOVITZ Wi Hr" In-n. II f' M inn H n %  %  r l I ••' / X %  j. HEIMAN i.... ii in • :". I. MINNIE GREENFIELD -• -x-li-' N "\, a M %  '• "' 1 • • %  ''• "'. ''",' mix ... !" h,-l...,,.i Nathan: twn dauan>< % %  and Un • %  *• %  .„.. M-v .mi Irvlnti II n <"•>lr. •• .HI. I --nr gi.-Ht n. ill. I. 'ol.' • li .f Miami %  •'i H • • *' ; i: ,. • -i '. xi. %  <•• %  '. burial follow M n Mo I !*•" ISAAC COHEN II nth >i xi .. Bi | V..x II ItU %  •' %  %  s-\ i N •<' t: v %  -' -••XI r -Ill HARRV BISCHAN X \ XX • i %  ft I \. xx V..i k i'i" x •'• | S lxix \'Row %  %  p M %  Recently appointed chairman of the 1955 Combinrii Appeal. Sam J. Heiman (right) accepts desk name Aaron M. Kanner. last year's CJA campaign chaimat presentation took place at a testimonial lunch**! Heiman. On hand were all former campaign ch current officers of Federation. Mr' to. pi sidenl of MICHAEL SPECTER S M Women, an noui roup will meet monthlj meetii at Con • v !-• .i. i social n.iii a 8 P m | ''"' Kaufman Unveiling • the first •• %  •• ... N 23 8 p m at the home of Mrs. 1 885 Sw LIVE IN ISRAEL You can own your own Modern House, Chicken Coop. Livestock, Orange Grove, Fruit In Irrigation, on 28 Dunam of Karen Keyemet For information call Mr. Yacov Berman to Haikar Haoved, at the Miami Colonial Phone 3-2181, dates: November 18th, 19th d| 20th, 1954. :: Or write to: Haikar Haoved in America ; 12 East 31st Street New York 1M II The dedication ol monument to the memorj of the lati Samuel Kaufman, former!) of 113 NE 2nd aVI Will I : 'la' No\ 21. 1 p in at lit 5 Memorial pen iii Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Samuel Lerer, oi Hollywood Temple Beth lent, officiating Mr K.. ifman isurvived hv hiwife, Kmma; a -on, Harold, one daughter. Blanche, of Miami, two broth***, Isidore and Phillip; and two si ten, Sarah and Annie Arranee mcnU are in charge of PalmerMi ami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are aked to attend Mi i %  ildman. Mr! ltd Mri Alstudj group chairman, h.ichosen the theme Israel Todaj for this year's stu mi Council of Pioneer WomenOrganizations will gather for a monthly luncheon Siintf ffrns" Radio Program to Mark Death of Dr. Weizmann meeting at^ Betty restaurant 1440 Sha l loway UnVeiling Bucayne blvd on Tuesday. Nov. ^ 30. 10 45 a m Miami Attorney Named A radio program m observance To Bar Committee of the third anniversary of the death of Dr Chaim Weizmann. first lent of the State Of 1 will be presented under the aupiceof the Jeui-h National Fund Council •( Grenter Miami on Sun da] Not 21. on Sehachler '• Variety Hour Station WMBM Rabbi Isaac H Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Ubren Institute, and Daniel Cravitt. president of the Coral (iableZioni-t Di-tnct. will deliver messages of timely and vital significance Cantor Berele Kelemer of Miami Hebrew School r.d Congregation, will render appropriate musical se l ection. The program, which habeen arranged by Sam Pro-terman. radio chairman of the Council will be directed by Rabbi Mi loff, president of the JNP Council eater Viami Kurt WelUsch. Miami attorney. ha been appeon Shalloway. of Miami. Harold, of Lake Worth, and Arthur, of Ithaca. N Y two broth era; one sister and six grandchildren Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friendand relatives are Baked to attend. Dr. Pushkin in Talk Dr F.manuel Pu-hkm former president of the Southeast Florida -I Optometric Association, will | featured lectun r bi fore Prii i Of the Seven Lively Arton Friday, 8 30 p.m.. in trie Palette room Of the Miami Beach Community Center. His subject is "The 1 Have It. (Complete and 5beptndaMe cTil/e Setorkt M IAMI TITLC iQhttaaCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE TitW hMrtKi P.liciej f Kom.j City TitU U M rancc Ca. Capital, imrplui t tctcrvrt ft^ $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9 1892 MACQUARTIUS FOR MEMBEPS Of (H^ristmas (flub JOIN NOW Now it th lime ond thi% u (he ploc io beceaae o %  amber of Chfiiii-o. Club, the moil poputof club ia America Optn youf account for Ch* amount you con ov convaniantly ond laguterly ao•• !*••' Dade Federal u i • ri-er iii HI. *" %  RISOURCIS IXCKO 64 MILLION DOLLA* RUIRVES IXCKO 4 MILLION DOU*.



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kYi NOVEMBER 19, 1954 -Jewish florid** ^Jewish Center in America L inue4) w*i*v ^ tefl*^w^*e_ fob a br „,. k „ ch o fhp P) PAGE 9B tontinu ,1,,,., s of activities. Adult and nmup discussions on writing and exhibits of books have been among the „ which the program of the h ., v been furthering an tn,„ Jewish literature. As an Center workers in planning ,,,,1 mass celebrations for servance of the civic and holidays, plays and program n have been made avail'v JWB Special program mawas ;<> issued in connecjth significant anniversaricr itsianding Jewish authors, K R;ishi. Moses Maimonrdes. Mendelssohn, Baruch SpiAhnd Ha'Am and Isaac L. it<-rest of Centers in Jewish [led lo widespread and wholecooperation in observing Book Week, inaugurated L Fanny Coldstein of Boston, |trr expanded to Jewish Book when JWB became the br of the Jewish Book Council enc;i This observance serv[a spnnKboard for enriching ^r round experiences. As allcm^ community serving Lg the Centers, by providing Lional skill and leadership, Book Month programs into commu'j corn'ribuZn's5EL2 r" ^^ n.ty wide undertakings. (, ni, rV v w h (0,nmunl, y The present writer, when „ BS23.SE! T'^ ^ Young served as president of the l.'wish th eb 1 rew AMCiatioM, and Book Counc. of A„, r „, £2 fonal25? W *5K2 ?* !t ed in expanding the program of h „ !" !!2. w "* BoaPd might strikingly achieved unity amidst colorful diversity in the realm of Jewish literature. This approach to the trj-lingual character of Jewish literature in America also found expression in the variety of programs sponsored by Centers. JWB, by furnishing the major portion of the Council's budget as of the Jewish Community Center Movement which was founded in Baltimore. Maryland, in 1854. A direct outgrowth of the Young Men's Hebrew Literary Associations that were in existence in the middle of the nineteenth century, the Center Movement and the National Jewish Welfare Board conlifov in America, ^specially under the stimulation and guidance of the National Jewish Welfare Board, the nationul association of: Jewish Community Centers. "This year also marks the tenth anniversary of the assumption by the National Jewish Welfare Board of ihe sponsorship of the Jewish Book Council of America which has entailed providing the means for the enhancement of the cultural resources of the American Jewish community. "In this Centennial year, the. National Committee of the Jewish Book Council of America,, at its annual meeting on Way %. 1954, salutes the Jewish Community Centers of the nation and the National Jewish Welfare Board. It furthermore extentft to its sponsor this expression of its warm appreciation of the invaluable auspices and services which it made available and which have served to strengthen and develop the best in Jewish life." well as sustained professional di! tinued the literary tradition. In rection. has helped to revitalize and advance Jewish literary cremany early YMHA's, the librarian was the tirst professional employed ,.____ -.v^.n.j V*C-• ,-. .... ...iwii.il CMI|MUM-(I ativity through its constituent asand throughout these one hundred sociations, conveying the message years. YMHA's, YWHA's and Jew of Jewish books to an ever-widen-1 i sn Community Centers have ef ing audience and attracting inI fectivciy shown an abiding inter creasing numbers to this literary enterprise. This fruitful relationship of JWB to the Jewish Book Council of America was a natural expression of the concern of the est in Jewish literary activities, such as establishing libraries, providing platforms for Jewish authors, and participating in Jewish Jewish Community Center move'book programs. They have thus ment for Jewish literature. served to enrich Jewish cultural SAMUEL WEINER CERTIFIED PUBIIC ACCOUNTANT takes pleasure in announcing ihe opening ef hit of/ices at 2815 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida TELEPHONE 2-76*7 ti Kibhi Morris Norevifi Donor Day' Beth David David Men's Club has set funday, Nov. 28, as "Blood i' according to Max Japresident. [mobile units, one from Mt. spital Wood Bank and the from the John Elliot Blood |i Dade County will be work by side in the Beth David Hum, starting at 10 a.m. M B Cirlin is chairman of Sinai Blood Bank, and Dr. Neuhauser heads the John Hood Bank. |will be the first time that lie units representing the KKI hanks will be working according to Charles blood hank chairman of Jaxiil Men's Club. hedule has been set up 'ill allow for the handling x>d donor every twelve minpommittee working with include Nat Gaines, Lou Mi and Milton Sadoff. will be guests of the and Sisterhood for brunch, tnmittee, headed by Mrs. Idman and Mrs. Bert Sher, Talmud as Commentary To Be Viewed Tuesday Rabbi Morris Hornvitz. Instructor of Talmud and Bible at the Hebrew Academy, will discuss "The Talmud as Biblical Commentary" on Tuesday evening. No. 23, in the Academy Auditorium. This is the third in a series of eight lectures centering around the theme. "The Bible and Modern Man." being offered on Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. Rabbi Alexander S Cross, principal, will introduce the speaker. Rabbi Hornvitz, a native of Wisconsin and graduate of the Rabbinical College of Yeshiva University, was previously on the staff of Maimonides Academy, Boston, Mass. lie spent three years it) Israel as instructor of Talmud and Jewish philosophy at Yeshiva B'nai Akiba a Talmudic seminary sponsored by Hapoel lla Mi/rachi in Israel, Prior to his arrival ill Miami Beach last year, Rabbi Horoviti took courses in psychology, leading to a Masterdegn a at Northwestern University, after having graduated from Roosevelt College, Chi1 cago. III., where he majored in educational psychology 450 to Hear School Executive Some 450 members of the Greater Miami Chapter, National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, are expected to attend the annual fall meeting of the group at 1 p.m., Friday, in the Sea Isle hotel. Mrs. Ben Zion (iinshurg. president of the group, announced that guest -peaker will be Joseph K. Kauffman. administrative assistant to the president at Brandeis. Subject of his address will be "Brandeis University: Its Motivating Force." Mrs. Harold Turk, program chairman, also has arranged for a dramatization of the Tercentenary bj Mrs Eifianuel Goldstrich and Mrs. Howard Grove. In charge of arrangements tor the even! is Mrs Alexander Kogan. NOW IV OUR NEW HOME McCANN PLUMBING CO. PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS HOWARD C. McCANN, Owner 51 N.W. 71st Street Phone 84-9514 MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY! PHONE e^fe* fililiHIl Van Lined Miami's Oldest a n d One ol the South'! lerjest L o n | Distance and Door-to-Door Mtim fti Meets Friday meeting of the Dynamic Mical Society of Greater 'H be held Friday evening. 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Moses Meyer, 6251 -t Dr. Sidney Moss will 11 dynamic psychology as to dreams. Public speakPn of the program will be N by Mr. Moses Meyer. s Toister and Mrs. Elaine Dr. Lipkind to Speak On Study of Hebrew "Moadon." Hebrew Speaking Group of Greater Miami, will present Dr. Max Lipkind in a led ore on "Historic Study of Hebrew Speech." The meeting will take place on Saturday evening, Nov. 20. 8:30 p.m.. at Temple Emanu-EI. Also appearing in a talk on "Unified Education in Israel," will be Miss Rivka Salz. Chairman of the evening is David Freedman, ol the Temple Emanu-EI faculty. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the P"Drt # mam Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. 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PAGE 10 A !**.('' %  %  tinu' in iiio pages' ot the Bfl "The Weals ol freedom, equalit) ol man, and democratic govern \ men! which inspired the" Pilgrim i ith rs ;in ival ol our rwiti.ui.il t-ntit> Th v i dences represent a nob in the records "I internatiom will lii our relations with the naol the world, we are guided > j both the spiritual hi our past an bj responsibilities devolving upon us at tinhour," the l'iv idi nl concluded Mr Lawson who was accompa nied bj officials "I Ihe Embass) and tM.' 1 >< .."I mission, said his view "I Israel ri • • i alreadj "im1 d" him w ith the obi ious ess that Israel has made ma teriall) in the (-• short years since itfoundation But what impress 15 equall) natural that hiined him most tin Ambassador de leresl should be aroused bj the dared, "was the vitalit) afid the cl ol [jndii $ substitutes for -pint of Israel's citizens, and the natural powei atmosphen ol freedom and dedica It thus happened that within a wherein thej live and w irk 1 Israel's establishment, with > cannot bul take pride he con %  :-,-!.in.t Weizi the head tmued. "ii I | rt m> country Continued Uom Page 1 A 1 ition that ho. you and your dedi cated compatriots, were to found in welcoming Mr Lawson, Presirli nt Ben-Zvi, flanked by Premier Moshe Sharett and Foreign Office tor Walter Eytan, told the rlcan Ambassador: "I deep!) appreciate the message • t friendship which you conveyed on behalf %  %  f President Eisenhower, and ask you to transmit to him my warm r. • tings and my best ishes for his well-being and welfare and for rosperit) ol the people ol the 1 nited States ol America, Friendship between our nations, as you observed, rests on our < m 11, HI dedication to those spiritual Eban Reveals Atomic Research Continued from Page 1 A I chemical work In the field nthetii processes where he • means ol creating substi t it >s for deficient raw materials ir St.,!.' th.' foundations of ir nucli ar pi %  • i laid, the establishn I • ; %  Rl "i h in • • Weizmann Institute ol Science %  Rehovoth in the coastal i Mr Eban said, rki d a .sidunusl) and sue sfullj for fiv< years in the t.'l has p yours nt Lisa Ferraday. stage and scieen s;ar, will return to the Biltmore Playhouse Tuesday t in the sophisticated French comedy. "Her Cardbootd Lover." The show will run for two weeks. Justine Wise Polier to Address American Jewish Congress Chapter Here Monday Judge .lii-tmr Wise I'oln r %  elds both ; tionalb noted jurist and president i 1 Radioactiv e isotopes ol low ... the i nrichmenl "t hea> > ill the Women's Division ol the American Jewish Congress, will be principal speaker at a membership brunch of the Florida women's .it., be held at 11 •> m Mon I "• exploitation ol low day, No> 22, in the Hotel A. • uranium ores phosphates according to Mrs Morris • %  I jdj nl thi • i man < I 11 %  ins ol .%  rins tl %  • • %  7. th pr %  I Women Welcome New Members Bernard Mnm'schewifi T( l spoi Northside night • %  • .' %  11 1 \. I' %  cation til Mrs i I .: ddi i • Mrs William Mtman ered r hi lorj ..t ; he orition Mrs Harr) Krantz, pr< sident v. as in i harge ..l the traditional < : dlelighting ceremonj Highlight of the evening was %  special membership skit in the form of a satire, prepared by Mrs. 'expected to attend Herman Goldfarb) program chair man. Rabbi Abraham Herson w as SinfiTtTS HftVA guest .speaker On Monday. Nov. 22. at 8:30 p.m.. there will be a monthly Sisterhood meeting in commoration of Jewish Book Month. Seymour B. Liebman, attorney and member of the executive branch of the Zionist Organization of America, will review "Cowboy on a Wooden Horse." by Yuri Suhl. brunch will Guest Speaker Due Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah will hold a Thanksgiving party on Monday afternoon, Nov. 22, 12:30 p.m.. at the Biltmore Terrace hotel. Mrs. Lewis Biderman. former vice president of the Long Island Region of Hadassah. will be guest speaker. Jewish settlers in New Amsterdam and long before the arrival of < ,, lumbus in the Western world Pointing out that "the very fact of our Jewishnev, || our strongest link to America, our most binding v tie to this haven of freedom we Officer Installation On Sunday evening. Nov 14. the Community Singers o f Miami Beach, held their installation of officers at the Shore Club hote Community singing was led by i conductor Ben Yomen I helped create." Manischewit" wem Jack ttoody. superintendent of on to praise the role of the I'nfon recrea^on for Miam, Beach Recreof Orthodox Jewish Congrena "on" ation Department acted as master in the growing revival .,? „,,.'• of ceremonies. Mr Burnett Roth ish spiritual heritage -. ssisrjsrsi member of the staff. For the month of December, the Community Singers are scheduling the presentation of "Americana." under the leadership of Yomen. the millions of J 9m Mnc ,. heir day who have helped write the epic pages of our three centuries in America." to Vigorous Stride • While ffiefr dHUMrfHil^ol •d sin.iH business on the Commu nitj %  h.t "Downtown Day," Ri ,i Feather volunteefi <>f i>i business added more to the 1955 Chest cam total .'t th>" thini report i Drvtston "A" .-.t the < a imbua hotel on Tuesday. The big Cifts workers have now raised the total of $420,260 tor 78 perewnl o! their huge $550.(KMI goal These funds coupled with small reports from other divisions sent 'he I95B campaign total to IS, or 42 percent of the 11.225.000 goal for the 22 local Red i nciea and the national t so nipported through the Chest lign. High man at Tueaday'i report was Nil.Schuh whose report for Florists' firm gilts of 144 percent 1 tupped the Division Nevi UK) percenters sine. 1 la I report wen Maurice H. Connell, captain "f engineers, 132.7 percent; Guy B B.nlye, painting firms. 1208 percent: R M McDonald, captain of hanks. 103 percent: Paul White. refrigeration, 101 percent: and C 1. Diffendefer, plumbers. 100 per cent. On Miami Hi ..eh. Leonard \\'n n Division A" chairman, reported a Otal Of $64,891. or 53 percent ol %  in Beach Division "A' foal raised I i date 1 he big rtorj on the Beach however, said Wicn, ithe fact that cards are running 21 percent over the MUM cat da In last year's drive Rev W P Barman, chairman of "Downtown Day," said all groups were working and every area ..| town was covered last Tuesda) However, commando teams will continue to work until all firms and employees downtown have had an opportunity to give. Ii LEAR SCHOOL RJ Senior students a School use them drama to call their studies duna Education Week horn The Import ing Eurnest' Crowe and bach. Vk ~i rhe distil 1 Court nl Ni u "i rk < I thn • • funda%  and th. i %  for ( %  %  %  • l \ Ihe Vale Law ppoint, thi worki ivianischewitz Cites '' %  '" New V'ork l/.xi i\U S \... < ~: I...4 • Jewish (ontribtitions sequent!) as assi I ATLANTA i ITY Spi i %  in %  nsel ol N< w Yoi Cit; -he n • ha f of irk of the cil l; rnarc j ii ition Divi ion She is M mi i hi v itz thh u • deli t I Ju • ol the Children's gates to thi n ,,, 1 'ourt and irecognized as thi %  • .,,.|, ,ijn thorities in %  lions ol \%  %  (ni C en ition todaj in the field ol turies ol Jewish scii ntiftc I %  juvenile problems menl which had paved the u n for Mrs Charles Alter, president of the discover) ol the New World the AJCongress Florida Women's and had established a pre-d. lined Division will preside at the bond of kinship with A met Cantor Philip Brummer "There i%  destinj that links •men are us to America through centuri f time Manlschewlti said •There is a chain of events that goes back long before the arrival of the first Hiuleah Center Slates Functions %  'hood ,,f iiiaieah Miami Sprii us Jewish Center will hold its annual membership tea at the Center on Tuesday, Nov 23. l p n \ satire on 'Call me 'Madam will i pn tented (iuesi speaker will be Mr I l Ski p, u ho will discuss Si %  ; i \ regular meeting of the Sistet hood Wi dnead i) Mo. 9. at 8 p in .' II include an explanation "I %  uka Question and answer forum %  • I i: .'kin will address a the Jewish Cen: i) vening, Nov 22. %  90 p in Mi Balkin, ho is ectot t I lorida RagionaJ office, • %  League ol B*nai B'I i th, will | %  .k ..n M iking De work Bridge Prizes Revealed By Beth Sholom Men Duplicate Bridge Tournament. red l>\ the Men's Club ol Temple Huh Sholom. will be held on Wednesday evening, Nov. 24. i! i' in. III the Temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Dr Norman J Russ. chairman. Ir RUM also revealed prizes won at the opening of the tournament last month First prize went to Dr. Benjamin Tanner and Dr. Sol Goldman. Second prize was awarded to Mrs Ralph Benach and Jack Wagner. Leonard Gross and Dr. David Hendel won third prise, with fourth going to Mrs. Morry B. Morris and Mrs Kmanuel GoUMrich. A trophy cup will be awarded to winners at the conclusion of the 1954-55 year. Jack A. Abbott is president of the Men's Club. Opens Offices Samuel Weiner. certified public accountant, this week announced the opening of hi* offices at 2815 North Miami ave. Weiner was formerly associated with the Department of Internal Revenue in Miami and has been a resident here for the past 10 years. 3-Point Federt Program Reve Hi-iT.aa, ts 1955 i mbined guest i.| honor n j, luncheon held Tu s Bis iyne T.rnce Hoi] On hand to pay n< u i hairnun ami help to him in the i Tea men nbna]] ek tel • %  mctpti w i'h the group t.,esg man were current Fal IIin %  rcci | %  %  I I "Ii to incn -. %  th'' r.ushl %  ers in tWl arm) I i stimulate i • swell Ihe Mai nun the drive." "II i ntinu j help spnsl stor) i IA world, our volunteer^ ur drive wtl II, %  mi. .n ilrew the num! in the 1944 campaiP^ 3,140 persom P al the recent 1954 volve.l contributionsl mate!) !t.500 persons" Miami area He pointed out *J community raised years ago to s"I^" and overseas instw" the sum of ILlSMf sustain relief work in Israel, to' al and oversea* maintain esaUM*. health and wi'*"' Village Rim! Yacov Beroun. tentative of HwW 1 cerned • L Americans in b* 1 latest dims of cooperative ***^ discussed settW* there on Thur>< olonttl i*J asioo** Miami •'' poff. long bor Zionist was chairman nW^J



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8ER 19. 1954 irini to Perform Tschaikowsky loncerto With University Group +Jei*trkrHlrtn PAGE 5? guest soloMiss Morini gives her father credit for recognition and development of her tonal gifts He wu i hard taskmaster, she reveals Nothing short of iHixwH excused her frpm practicing. The child played her first itffllf tral engagement as soloist under the baton of the legendary fii>urc in a performance of I among conductors, Artur Nikiseh p major for Violin I Nikiseh was an old man. full of Peter I. Tsch-1 years and 'he. hihest honors m his field. Erica was quite at the other end of the cycle Tiny, dark haired, wide-eyed, she stood at his aide, her white dress standing out stiffly around her. An admirer called her %  "wunderkind." "No," Klu.vantshina." by j replied Nikiseh. 'she is not a w inder-child. She is a wonder and a child." Her most amusing concert experience hannened when he play ed in Tel Aviv. Israel. The audience sat around on the sand to her performr ini '" ** University of Miami lorchestra presents its prt in the current winSunda> and Monday (ov 21 and 22. 8:30 (Miami Beach and Dade jlitoriums renowned violinist i in n l i Bitter, conductor, |J, e podium. Also sched%  rformance by the orEymphony No. 5, opus |it"ri Slvistakovitch, and torn du-soru-ky pentoes mark epochs in Kiss Morini. famous I violinist. H one goes to |ork apartment, she *"ill blond doll pre Symphony" and Leonard Bern-1 in time for rehearsal by the Na stein's "The Age of Anxiety," with tional Symphony Orchestra, arrivUu-M list monthti."-•"' > Text for tne narration, also written by Diamond, is based on the Harry C. Oppenheimer, chairman of the National Tercentenary music committee, said here that the Diamond work was commissioned less than six onths ago and was composed in Italy. The manuscript, flown to the United States writings of the Old and New Testa* ments. the selected poems of Yehu* do Halevi and Mor.es lbn Ezra, and a history of the Jews by Or. Soiomon Grayzel. by Emperor Karl of j listen, punctuated r h commemorates her ance with loud noises, which, alter feuld prodigy '" Vienna, costume presented by L after a concert in Bu-1 plause. a startled moment, she realized represented the local form of apErica Morini. now an American citizen, lives in New York. She is married to Felice Siracusano. head of a large jewelry firm. At the height of her career. Miss Morini is one of the great figures of music today. souvenir of her 'teens, led of this collection is Idered linen handkerhangs in a frame on her music room. This Sarasate; the Spanish and composer always fnilkerclnef in bis breast B n he played On his HotTH' AllXlHary wiled it to the Musical | Madrid to be given to of a later generation % mi; best reflected the [ Spanish dances. fLh souvenir is no longer lonmpossession. This fcadagnini violin owned Maud Powell and prefMiss Monni after her nited States. Miss left the violin as a beIbe next great woman unfortunately, the violin hi'for Miss Moriin's own instrument is the Davidofl Stradivarius. Until B/och Symphonic Eulogy Heard in Capital U WIINGTON World premiere 1.1 David Diamond's symphqr havah." commissidn ed by the American Jewish T**. < nt, nary Committee, was given by the National Symphony Orchis tra under the direction of Dr. Mow ard Mitchell, on Wednesday at Constitution Hall here. The concert, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of Jewish settlement in the United States, was under the auspices of the American Jewish Tercentenary Committee ol Greater Washington, in cooperation with the National Tercentenary Committee. Other works performed at this concert were Ernest Bloch's "Israel mM&M WHIGHT Slates Luncheon "Member-bring-a-member" is the theme of the first membership party sponsored by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary". Jewish Home for the Aged, on Wednesday. Nov. 24. 12:00 p.m.. in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. Mrs." Jack Udell is membership chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Tanenbaum, co-chairman, will assist in arrangements. Hostesses at the luncheon will include the Mesdames Sarah Holland. Frances Makovsky. Jennie Pottash, Anne Kane. Jennie Orovitz. Sarah Schlesinger. Sarah Czech. Marie Perlman. Rose Altman. Charlotte Katz. Polly Meyers and Fannie Rubin. A tour of the Home is scheduled for Sunday. Nov. 21. between 2 and 4 p.m. Rabbi April Speaks Miami 43 Chapter of the United Order of True Sisters met Mondayafternoon at the Hibiscus Masonic Temple. Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, was principal speaker and discussed "Thanksgiving and the Tercentenary of Jewish Settlement in the United States.' 10 RACES NIGHTLY Except Sunday • QUINIELAS EVERY RACE (Z*wh • DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd • POST TIME 8:00 P.M. • NO MINORS ADMITTED X to or on the premises State Supervised Parimutuel Wagering "SOWS"" \ SEE YOU* DAILY NEWSPAPERS FOR | DIRECT BUS ROUTES TO THE TRACK Th. Only Futurity Trocfc In Florid. ^BISCAYNE^TSACK lllth Sltlll •ITWIIH M.I. 2-4 AMD M.W. 7tk AVIS. Goodwill Group Goodwill Croup of Greater Miami will hold a regular meeting at the Trail Lodge. 2483 S\V 8th st.. on Nov. 23. 12:30 p.m. The organLtation also plans a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Charles Schein. 1320 N\V 3rd st., on Nov. 30, 12:30 p.m. You Raved About Our Sauerkraut t You Enjoyed Our PU'kle* I You Asked tor More oi Our Horseradish now we invite you to try our frico Morini Club to Meet Young Men and Women Club of Kneselh Israel Congregation will meet Sunday evening, Nov. 21, at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will present a half hour of Jewish humor. i mn MIAMI MONUMENT CO. ii a One ka Only hvisH (NUMEN7 IIL0ERS je Stock land For leriiate liveryl rt* Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS %  • l' a.. out t>u*i Chopped Herring Pirkled Herring > tr


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NOVEM BER 19, 1954 +Je*istrhrMinn PAGE 3 B [E POLITICAL SCENE ise New Jersey Victory Seen As Rebuff to Sen. McCarthy ON THE By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Art* of the encouraging aspects political campaign has been omparative lack of anti-Serection. True enough, the Bongers wore busy striving to „ii the climate of fear generated by unconscionpoliticians, but the bulk of the I it seems was too busy watchUevision and listening to rapay attention to the crack,. victory in New Jersey was hundini; rebuff to Joe McCar|But .vmilrln't it have been lal it the une Republican canwhom Joe publicly opposed |in the end to have become etr-nnining factor in returnWisconsonite troublemaker to the coveted chairmanship () f (he Senate investigating committee'.' We have no way of determining how embarrassing such a development would have been to Case, who seems to be a highly sensitive man, but he is off the hook now with Neuberger's election in Oregon. Truly this is a case where a Case has been rescued by a Neuberger who, incidentally, is the second Jew to be sent to the U.S. Senate by Oregon's electorate. The first one was Joseph Simon. who served in the Senate from 1899 to 1903. One of the uglie~t developments of the campaign was the political pressuring of the Judaistic schizophrenics of the American Council for Judaism who deceived no one when they strove to conceal their true purpose under THE THEATER derstanding 'Dybbuk' Needed for Ansky Play igc of "The Dvbbuk." This will old so long as Yiddish is spoken. '• Porm0 "\ Germany, France, Indout. what about those who don't m sla ** %  *" a nd %  areas of By SAMUEL EPSTEIN AJP H\ YORK—The critics' ac-1 of "The Dybbuk" comes as urpriMv Ansky's masterful | emerges notwithstanding nperiect casting and someni'-handled interpretations of die customs and rites. it doesnl really matter er this English version lives standard set by the Ha["nmpany. Whit is important a production of first maghabeen presented in Engi a mixed audience conveying bart and mind of the Chased ni East European Jewry. jlgh the transposition of a Jewish theme into the EngBguage inot as successful would like it to be, the i The Dybbuk" manin overcome all the pitfalls. the director wisely perhe Chassidic chants to remain sage of "The Dvbbuk." This will hold Bi — the non Yiddish speaking Jews and the non-Jews? Can they grasp its meaning. let alone sympathize with the characters of the play? There are two answers to this problem. In homes where the Yiddish language is absent, a negative attitude toward Judaism is usually found. A viewer coming from such a home will certainly find the idea of exorcising "a dybbuk" from a young girl at the behest of a Rabbi as ample proof justifying his attitude toward Judaism. He will apply all the latest psychological and Freudian terms to the events portrayed before him as proof that he does not belong to Judaism. In most cases, the non Yiddish speaking Jew is prejudiced from the outset. The non Jews, aI witnessed at Senator McCarthy rebuffed a cloak of "piety" whose direction was as obvious as it was vicious. They spoke the language of the SO-called American Friends of the Middle East with their strange but not innocent appeal against injection of foreign affairs into the campaign. This clique that would channel American policy against Israel did not deem it proper or fitting to ask for the elimination from the campaign of such foreign issues as KING SOLOMON'S NAVY. By Nora Benjamin Kubie. New York: Harper and Brothers. 181 PP. $2.50. By HILARY MINDLIN "And King Solomon made a navy of ships in Ezion-Geber, which is beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom And they came to Ophir, and fetched .. gold and brought it to King Solomon." (I Kings) Thus the Old Testament tersely tells it. Readers who have found the Bible discouragingly brief on what must have been fascinating matters concern to the United States. Only on the issue of Israel were they sensitive about the foreign affairs angle. Have these elements become so bold as to no longer consider the Middle East a proper from the depths of Jared's heart, runs the hatred of slavery and t.ie sense of the innate dignity of a human being, regardless #f his color or belief. It seems to me that if "King Solomon's Navy" has a "i al" (all good books have at ti:-ir core some philosophical concept, whether boldly drawn or delicately limned), this it is, and it is one which bears repeating over and over again, especially for children. This is a charming book, bait history and half fantasy, with a little Judaism sparkling warmly, like small jewels, among the pages. ("Why should I need an Image," Jared asks, "when He is e\ will be pleased by Mrs. Kubie's j where?") All the pigment and tale of Jared. the shepherd lad, I flavor of Biblical days is here, setwho sailed to Africa with King ting off some excellent character Solomon's Navy. Jared. a Hebrew from the Justudy and an exciting story which moves quickly from one episode to daean hills, found that going to j another. Illustrations by the ausea was the only way he could i thor, who is alsc a successful artist, escape from the copper mines in j include a map of the voyage so which he had been enslaved. He that young readers can see exactly was small for his age, and the life j where they are. was not easy, but he was a stubIt is really a pity that today's born lad and not without courage. children must be so poverty-strickHe found an ally in Eben. the kind en for literature of this sort and Tyrian helmsman, who more than must find their entertainment on once saved him from the anger of! a black and white screen of flickerthe wicked shipmaster. Merbal. [ ing figures, when there is a richlyTogether Jared and Eben weathcolored, sturdily imaginative story ered many adventures in Africa, Arabia, and at the court of the golden Queen of Sheba herself. By the time they returned to Jerusalem and King Solomon, Jared had become a man in stature and in heart, and his two years before field in America's foreign policy j t h e ma .st were well rewarded. domain? I Throughout the book, welling up like "King Solomon's Navy" to read. Jared is someone our youngsters would enjoy knowing, and one would do well to tear them a uy from the television set and let Mrs. Kubie make some of their own history, as it may have been, c e alive for them. THE SPORTING WORLD Basketbull Team Saga Pays Tribute to Promoter Saperstein the opening, had a completely diftongue adding color fem)( MUUuh Among them were .'ling the right atmosome Japanese and Negroes. They wire not really prepared for this. One thing, however, can be Baid for them. They wen By BILL WOLF JTA who understand the Yid|t appreciate the nies"(lo Man Go," the movie telling the story of how Abe Saperstein built the Harlem Globetrotters into the world-famous basketball team, is currently being shown in ympatbetic neighborhood theaters. "1 0 George Jesicl eption en ntvel and understanding. 'I'll y were not prejudiced. In some cast s. th was their first experbnee % % % %  '. Jewish theim "The DyWro* course, is in its experiment iage at present. w h ih< • %  iot such offerings can e suco sful will be decided mostly by people attitU !< %  towards religion. The big hurdle, it occurs > me. is to convince Jews about I dai-m. In the end. however, Ansky's masterpiece will rise %  bove prejudice. It is a living document of the Jewish past—no longer with us. Ludwig Donath. who played the part of Rabbi Azrael and Lou Gilbert, the part of Sender, have left the Company in order to appear in a new up-to-date version of "Abies Irish Rose" which will open soon on Broadway. This picture stands out as a major achievement. It's not in cinemascope. It doesn't have a cast of thousands. It wasn't, filmed in io countries, it wasn't 30 years in the making. It is a plain, ordinary, unheralded film — hut one that packs more punch, excitement, and substance than most of the highly-touted films combined. First of all. the most important factor for sports fans will be the excellent basketball sequences. They are done in such a way as to excite even the stranger to basketball. There are some magnificent shots of the Globetrotters' equally magnificent playing. In addition, the film is one of the best ever shown about the Negro people. The film deals with the question of discrimination against the Globetrotters, although it doesn't spell it out as clearly as ing each other's company and it could. friendship in each other's homes. However, the best scenes are not : There is also a fine shot of the the ones that strive to get any parI Players present at Abe's traditional tiCUlar point across. They are the J*l* wedding, scenes that show a warm, social, l Such scenes stand out because, friendly relationship between the when you think about it. you rareNegro players on the Globetrotters ly see a normal, relaxed scene iuIand Abe Saperstein's family. Theylvolving both Negro families and just naturally appear to be enjoywhite families in a film. AJ* M*TUI b| LEAH LEONARD Send your favorite recipe to The Jewish Floridian, together with your name and address. If you have a recent photograph, you may include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column, you will be presented with a copy of "The Book of Jewish Recipes," by Tina Lohman, containing 500 kosher recipes and a Forward on the principles of cookery. Now is the time for all good i move the core from blossom end. home-makers to augment the daily stick 2 or 3 cloves into each pear \T THE MOVIES ssel Plans Film on the Tercentenary details are incubating along with plot, but its Jor filming in Burly LEON GUTTERMAN JTA LLYWOOD — Georgie Jessel ken an option on Louis Zara's This Blessed Land," keyed Sooth anniversary of the M of the first Jews in Amerfhich he plans as a motion picture. George has been talking to Ben Hecht on the screen play. • • • Arch Oboler, the famed radio writer-director whose Africa safari film "Bwana Devil" launched 3 -u three years ago. is dreaming up a feature film in collaboration with author Budd Schulberg. All other ope. Comic Victor Borge, who is now celebrating the first anniversary of us current one-man Broadway how, rates the tag of the year* how business phenomenon. his diet with Fall fruits and vegetables. Make use of the Seckel Pears for later as well as current accompaniment to roasts of beef, veal, chicken and turkey. These pears are plentiful and very cheap right now. Here is one way of preparing them: Spiced Seckel Pears 3 pounds Seckel Pears (small, hard variety) 3 tablespoons whole cloves, optional Cold water to cover 3 4 cup vinegar (cider or wine vinegar) 1 cup dark brown sugar, tightly packed V* teaspoon ground cinnamon or 1 4-inch stick) Pare the pears, leaving stems intact, but remove the blossom ends. If the pears are mpre than, l 1 inches in diameter, it is best to reafter rinsing with cold water and draining well. Now cover pears with cold water and bring to a quick boil. Skim carefully, Mrn down heat to moderate boil and cook till tender enough to pierce pears with a toothpick. The liquid should be reduced by about half. Add sugar, vinegar and cinnamon and cook, uncovered, for 5 to 10 minutes longer. Lift pears from pot with a slotted spoon into wide mouth glass jars or a glazed container, add the syrup to cover and store in refrigerator at least 2 hours before serving. For later use, store in sterilized glass jars that should be sealed while hot. Variation: Omit cinnamon but add a few drops of red vegetable coloring or 1 teaspoon red cinnamon candies before filling jars. •



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IliesxviislhJEIIiOipidliiaun FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1954 SECTION B Arnold Volpe Memorial Building Dedicated at U of M Ienthusiasts of Greater MiL>red (in the main campus i Jnive'rsity of Miami ThursJ I'd,, dedication of the music | 1 new Vrnold Volpe MemoIding. Chasins, pianist-composihc principal address at pi,, ceremonies. John BitL ,,i the school of music buctor f the UM SymDrche-tra. was master of speakers included Presi] y w Pearson; Mrs. Alt. wife nf the major donor for the building; Mrs. olpe. manager of the symI I Dr. Bertha Foster, first I the university's school of hd now dean emeritus; and [Barton, president of the Alumni Association. e building was erected at If $125,000, of which $100.|he gift of Mr. and Mrs. Alck of Miami Beach. The ,,i the building fund was hundreds of Greater Miamians, many of whom bought building bricks in the 1940 opening drive for funds for a Volpe memorial building. One of the larger contributions, $10,000. was given by the then Mrs. Kstelle August, since remarried. One unit contains the administrative offices. The other has 11 classrooms, one of which can accommodate 100 persons. In this room is placed the concert grand Baldwin piano presented to the music school as a memorial to Dr. Volpe by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bil-! lings, of the Karl Billings Music Co. Dr. Volpe was the founder in, 1926 of the university's symphony | orchestra. A graduate of the Im-1 perial Conservatory in St. Petersburg, when Tschaikowsky. RimskyKorsakoff and other master musicians were on the faculty. Dr. Volpe came to this country at the turn of the century and became a major protagonist for the recognition of American musicians. In New York, he fostered the first outdoor symphony concerts at the Lewisohn Stadium. He was director of the UM symphony until his death in 1940. Chasins. now music director of WQXR. the AM-FM radio stations of the New York Times, was one of the first prominent artists to appear as piano soloist with the UM Symphony in February 1936. Since that time, he has appeared on several occasions with the symphony. Mrs. Marie Volpe, widow of the late conductor-composer, has managed the business affairs of the symphony orchestra, including the securing of guest artists, since its inception in 1926. She is author of "Arnold Volpe — Bridge Between Two Musical Worlds." published in 1950 by the University of Miami Press. The only musical feature of the dedication ceremonies was presented by Dr. Arturo di Filippi. director of the Miami Opera Guild and professor of voice in the School of music. He sang Dr. Volpe's composition. "The Twenty-third Psalm." Mrs. Leo Ackerman (right), president of the Jewish Socicl Service Bureau, accepts a plaque presented to the Jewish Vocational Service Department of JSSB for the department 3 outstanding achievement in the field of placing handicepped persons in the Greater Miami area. Making the presentation is I.. A. Daniel, of the Florida State Employment Service. The award was made by the Miami Chamber of Commerce. Committee on Handicapped Placement. Chairman of JSSB publicity, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, revealed the local agency's award here. Mrs. Levin also assumes a leading role in the Chamber of Commerce handicap procrcm. JSSB. as well cs the Chamber, are recipients of nation-wide honors in this field and have made Miami a leading U.S. community in Nationcl Employ the Handicapped campaigns. Department Store Executive to Head Combined Appeal Budget Committee Or. Arnold Volpe Dr. Morris Goodman, of Miami Beach, prominent department store executive and civic worker, has been named chairman of the budgel committee of the Greater Mii ami Jewish Federation, Stanley ('. Myers, Federation president, revealed this week. The committee, consisting ol 21 members elected from and by the Federation board ol governors, is, responsible for considering requests for funds of beneficiary nes in the Combined Jewish Appeal. The committee develops criteria for determining inclusion of national and local beneficiary | leiderman Rides into Miami on Hur ricane Hazel s Work Leaves No Free Time JEWISH FLORIOIAN FEATURE odd is the limit of the province of Robert i-rman. national field representative for pith's department of membership and pro"chnciderman is currently visiting the Dade aid area in an official capacity to help spur lign for membership m the B'nai B'rith orDn now taking place throughout the nation. Udsome young man from New York City. trman has seen both his parents and his i only rare occasions since the start of World During the 'tO'n, he served wi'h the U.S. I the Pacific Theater of Operations. With the % earover, he divided his time in study campuses of Columbia and Princeton ftii-s and the New York Law School. the Korean "police action" sent American the battlefields there. Schneiderman returnnew three-year lour of duty — again with This time, he achieved the rank of Ensign l" a post in Paris. France. With the war Was discharged as a Lieutenant. U.S. Navy. his job of Security Officer in a joint Army Force construction agency in the French lity chneiderman went to school — now to the %  •> "f Michigan's graduate department. A post in New York subsequently broughl and Just as he was becoming comfortable %  mosphere of his family and in his task of wilh mentally retarded children, B'nai >ie (in the scene. pderman's post as B'nai B'rith field icoi. 'ne t,, (he roster of the international Ijon Briefly, his functions involve moving lajor communities throughout the United 1 Simulate membership and activity in local !>< chapters and to aid them in their general This is an exceedingly challenging task," he explained. "It's not a one shot' proposition but a never-ending thing. What we are aiming at is to help develop these groups, to spur their interest and then to have them hold that interest. "And. in this regard. I might add that our principal concern lies with community programs. It is up to (he individual lodge to choose its maior local project and to carry it through: all we aim to do is inspire leadership and the willingness to achieve Schneiderman is in Miami for a two-month visit because ibe international organisation believes lhat Ihis area is rapidlj coming of age that a burgeoning Jewish life here can mean much for B nai B nth and relied well on the Jew. h community through0,1 "When Bnai B'rith president Philip Klutznick Wjta in Miami." Schneiderman explained, "he met with your leaders and expressed the opinion that I,.,dcs potential is great. There are eight local lodge* representing some 2.000 men. and six chapters with a membership of 1 500 women. Accordinto schneiderman, these dedicated people are performing i challenging service In the • Typical projects throughout the nation include community B'nai Brilh interest In and support ol Old age home-, children's homes, veterans hospitals .,! rship funds lor P rtudenta of high school 1. Americanism and civic affairs program!, handiSp'employment drives, community cheat campaigns — i^-Sw repmentrtfve -idL "your ,,,, a chapters do amjob at PratUGenera Sal. with helping in the |>resentatton of annual .,..„, awards and in sponsoring deb. g con' „, the city's youth. In addition to Una. I h duties toward llillei and various purely Jew sh interests, they play an increasingly leading readily seen, in non-eeetarian activities. I;!-:;:;.;;!; knittinu -radi-ional Jew,sh life with Continued on Page 6 B agencies in the annual fund drive and also decides upon allotments to non-local beneficiaries. Dr, Goodman called his first official meeting on Monday, which included a review Of major problems facing the community and a consideration of agencies to be included in the 1955 CJA drive. Dr. Goodman assumes the post as chairman after many yean of service in the work of Federation. He has been a member of the board of governors for the past six years nd also a member W the executive committee since 1951. He served also as trustee, chairman of the department store division, member of the initial gifts and special gifts units and as a vice president in 1952. Dr. Goodman was a member of I one of the early business and professional units of Federation in 1947. In 1953. he was vice chairman of the campaign cabinet and t a member of the budget committee. In 1951. Dr. Goodman accepted chairmanship of the first Israel %  Bond drive in Greater Miami. He ] is a vice president of Mt. Sinai Hos| pital and serves on the board of trustees there. Many years before the establishment of Israel, he was one of the I organizers of a fund drive to ere-' ate a medical college at Hebrew University. Other of his local ac tivities include chairman of the Miami Beach business division for the Red Cross drive, member of < Temple Rmanu-El and memberships in various professional, religious and fraternal organizations. Ooming t Miami from New York City in 1335. Dr. Goodman became associated with Morris Bros. Department Stores. For some time, he directed a municipallv supported heart clinic for -eh >..l children in New York City. He was also in charge of one of the heart clinics at Belle-, lie Hos pital and has written several paperon the subject of heart di, ise For a short period, h i was Assistant Professor of Medicine al Medical College, New York University. He has degrees from the City College of New York and New 1 York University Medical School. Commenting on the responsibility of the budget committee, Dr. I Goodman this week said: "Th • Buds<' Committi e ..im.: ir the efficient and ec in imical op ation of its agencies. It encourages necessary and well-conduct I welfare programs. It aims to keep the nperatioii.il costs I I its agencies to .i minimum consistent with good administration and service "The Budget Committee attempts to relate th? budget, in dollars and cents, to the total picture ol community need for the services rendered by its beneliciary agencies." Although the active budgeting period starts early in October, when agency applications for inclusion in the coming year's Combined Jewish Appeal are considered, the committee meets throughout the year. It is the budget committee which submits and explains to the CJA campaign committee its estimate of the total needs of all beneficiary agencies for ensuing year. Upon the basis of this information. Federation is enabled to set its campaign goal for the annual drive. Dr. Goodman announced that he will shortly appoint sub-committees from the major group as are deemed necessary to study local, national, defense, religious and overseas agency applications. Dr. Morris Goodman _—



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IY. NOVEMBER 19. 1954 pee LEGAL NOTtCB UNDER FICTITIOUS tf ilfikffiftawm rtttji LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUOT 'in R*ERTA rn i >K rt. No. 1357Q ^''s pp.NATORE Bnd N VMNATOKI;. HI. wiffl m-iiii.il '• Interest ^PLORBNTlNE. Hta • _a,,i,l,d 'Interest Bl ^KINIAN* KAPLAN ,v< % %  < AppHoanta [iH.l.l BMl %  H/S-IMI ;i ml w i r.ncE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .. p IIKISKHY OIVKN lhat rslgned, desiring to engage In IIIHI. Ih' li'tlt lt>uM name of i,., 1 : <.F MR. CASUAL,, ill "1,1, i v intends to reglst.-r l n \,i,i, ,!,.• Her* of the 'ir., Bade County. Florida, FjOHNN^ HOWARD. INC. To All CVedll.T* and vil ivwn, H.„ In* Malms ,„ %  | „.„,„,„!„ AK l|n KM ;i i. ton, n.ilif-.claims elthet .-'.I l T. and Mch ...f >,,„ .,,,. | I anil required lo present any anil demands which \ on .., "'. y ',",'.'.. SSI hav against the pi JKN'NIK SI II-KM AN. ,|. ceased late of Dsd,. County. Florida to Lna Hoiiomi.b Count) Judaea ,,i .1 ,' '.'::"" x "'"' "'• "" • in their offices in the Countj Courthouse in Dade %  ountj. Florida, within eight • 'Hli-iidnr months fi tin,i, u ,,i u. LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B Wm&mSrtSM HW&HWW \ %  OE0 5g5, B A RR. l"lolanl. T,. N .?. TI CE BV PUBLICATION % %  > UBOROE HARR, Defendant, Address I'nlcnow n ..'"I ARK IIKRKHY NOTIFIED i.i! a cornplaljrl for divorce haa been 'ii-1 agalnal von, and you are requli ;;' %  '; "Vf ; copy of your answer on •ru.V&'S. "" attorney, ROBERT ll i. V... \. KM i l| i" l•:: 1 duPonl '•Ulldlng, Miami ::;•. Florida, and fibi' oiiu-inal answer In the offl. i o( t publication nereoK"' Bald claims •' "'•" '-' %  ""' ''"'""' ''""" "" LEGAL NOTICE uurt E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .,' IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihat desiring to i-ngaBr In ,,,„!,: the flotltlOlia num.ol l-i'l Hi I.M KS, 1(1 'In aid* Ave ,1,1, r ., ni. nil i ulster the Clerk ol the i ii ..... County, Florida, )Ull anil M•!• pIARI. |l ( %  11 flCE i .I.I.ARoLLET TA TEMI.AK ; l.EVINE 12-18 BUI! UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HKRKHV OIVBN ... ,i. ii, siring lo engage la ,. i the fictltloua nam. ol \A i. ..i 1310 Drexel ll. iii-h. Roil.la, Intend oi daananda to i-ontaln the legal anal Ho claimant and lo be oi n to and presented at aforeaald m same III be barred Hee Kept Ion 7M Ikva I'M". Probate Art. Ihii.Ortolx i .. \ l> 1964 EI'C.ENI: ,i WEISS Atdmlnlstrator ol the JKNNIi: SHERMAN. I" 29 — II/s.12-19 II ol thi Sth das of i mi, IT. irci ntherwlae the allegation* In nald complnlnl will i„. tak. n aa ronfeaaed by ;;ri.K^K V ,,v,.:,:xv.,r, ; sK,.rA,-i lated: I >• ton. i 29 H.-,I E, i: LEATHERMAN, I'l.-rk of Hi, i'ii, nu i •,,!,,, By: M '' riRKKX, 11, iiul! i 'Ii rk '_'•; is.., 11 ll 5-12-H ni 'I.Illl 1 with ii"' I Ulil, I Clerk ,unl>, KM:AXR8, INC II Roat, Prealdenl J, II Ba ui oin Ti. M S AK AI'I.AN Mi .mi Crow n in> .,,,,1 Kldg Miami, Ma. I I I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORCHANCERY. No. 174124 T I. Si:i.l,IITZ. I'lalntiff, NRIJ.TITZ, I'efendant. TICE BY PUBLICATION BNK SKI.I.TIT/. ihnetto Street MI, New York. ARK IIKRBHY NOTD/IED Hill ..; Complaint foi IHv.nr.agalnat you l>> ROHKUT tLTITZ, and you are required • f yoor answer to the imiilalnt on IMalntlff's at|MII,lii.\ II Itli'HMi >N1>. One Road Bulldlnjj Miami Ilea.h, and file the original In the I %  %  Clerk of the Circuit Court Mori :hv 13th day .if Hecember. i %  • .. Pro i 'onf.HMi will be -i • ii Miami, Florida, thin 10th lemher, 1934. Clerk of the Circuit court I.I:ATIII:K.MA.\, County, Florida II II RICE, JR. I '• puly Clerk 12 :l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 173584 UROROE HENRY AURA MS, Plaintiff \ g ROBE A. ABRAMK, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T": IM>SK A. ARRAMM -'. Hleka Btreel Brooklyn, New York You are ben bj notlfli d of i iomplalnt for I NI %  ban bei n filed against you. and yi ir. equii .•d to aerve a popj of yout Anawei or Pleading to the Bill ol Comiilnlnt on the plaintiff's Attornej lli:\i:v \i i C UN, '.'.IN Weal Plagli Btreel Miami, Florida, ami file the ',ii er or Pleading In the of I th. 'let k of Hi. cin ill i '..in i on or before the (9th da) of Nov. I If mi fail to do %  ". judgment b fault win i" taken igalnat you for the relief demanded in the Bill of (' plaint. Tinnotli e ahall be ed once eg. ii vreeM f... i In THE JEWISH F'l.i iRIIUAN. DONE ANU • iRDERKI) r Florida, tins :'ist daj of %  N tober, A l> I'I.I K. r. l.l'.A TIIIIIM w, Clerk, Cli u I Cout t. I'.ol. County, Florida B) M M II \\\ KINS. (Circuit Com i s. I Depul IIi:\RY M CAIN An..in.-v for Plaintiff 2SII Weal Flagl. r HI., Miami, ll i. 10 :". |l 5.12-19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 Fil A-18M5 NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that HKYMOl'R ZI'CKER, hoi lei ol of North Miami Beach Tax Hale Certificate Nn 1.; laaued the lib day of August. A.I) mt, has filed same ill my office, and ha a made application fo. a tax deed t be laaued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the follownig il.-H, rib, .1 pi..p, i iv in the I'ounty ,,f iiaite. state of Florida, lo-wlt: Ixit j. Block IS'-', l-'ulfoiil By The Sen Sac K Plat Book III. I'agc 19. in the I'ity of North Miami Beach, County of Pade, State of Florida The aaaensment of said property under the said reTtlflcate iu In the name of: SAMUEL M. NOECKER, linleaa awM certificate ahall be redeemed according to law, the property dew-rllied herein will be B.,1.1 to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the flral Monday in the month of December. IH.%4. which In UM Itfl dav of December, 1*54 Dated thin 2tth day of October, 19.",1 K. B. I.KATIIKRMA.N, Clerk of cir.-uii Court, Dade County, Florida. }U S % %  STERRETT, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 10/29 — ll/i-lt-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERFtRY GIVEN thai the mil. Klgned, dei It Ing I i g. huaineaa under Ihe rictltlour nam. of T A M PAINTING, al l-'.J N \\ Ith Stn .t. Miami. Flot Ida, Intend lo rea later mid nam.ith th. Clerk • %  ( n,.. i i 'in nit 'ourl ol I lade CounD Floi Ida VNTHONY N'li. I|,I,I:I.\ ,n MI'RKAY K \l:i'i:i.i. I ll il.l 'MAN A.;, I|.I iSTEIN Mo.in.-v s for RegiHlranl -si Flagl. HI M • I II 5-12-19-28 %  %  •* 11. %  .\v n.-r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe iindei Klgned di %  • under the I i n f I, FM! BAR %  N'ori Miami Had. County, F'lnridu Intenil ild name wit Clerk ol the C|r. uil Court ol I lade Florida. JACK GROB HENRY M CAIN %  KM W Fl Ii %  VI i i. Fla. II 5-12 IRT No. 25067 RE: E8TATE OF" JACK M RRAIMMS,'Tieeeae^d Hi:' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for F'inal Discharge as curator anil Executrix of the .state of JACK M. BRAHAM8, deceaaed; and that on the :!"tb day of November, 1954, will apPll to Hie llonoral.le W. E KI.A.NTi.N, Count) Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval ..r sai.i final report and for final dlacharge as Curator nn.l Executrix of the Eata f JA.'K M BRAHAMB, deceased. Thia ^:,ib day of October, 1954. MARY R BRAHAMB Curator and Executrix RERICK, HHAPIRO APRIED Attorneys for Curatoi and Executrix 10 29 II 5-19-19 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In under the fictitious name ..i ROYAL HAWAIIAN MOTEL, at I9S0] I 'olllni A, ei.a. i ia.i.. 'ounty. Fla Intend to register aald ni • with the Clerk oi Hi., circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DANIEL LIFTER ESTATE OF IHADORE LIFTER IIEl.ENi: LIFTER 10 I ll 5-12-19 File 51646 BAW*. &TiitotiNsi : : assignee of city of South Miami Tax sale Certificate Numbered :,. da the 2nd day of June, A n. MIS, baa filed said Certificate in my office. ^.. l has made application for tax dec! issue thereon ill accordance with I • Bald certificate embraces the fort lng described property, situated lit Hade County. Florida, lo-wlt: B, 50 ft of 100 x inn in SE c %  of N. rt:i ft of \v<; of N\V, f NW14 of si: 1 I.CSS s :III ft f R/\V, Section 25, Township South. Range 4 East, containing .1 Acre more or less, in I City of South Miami. Count) Dade, State of Florida. The aaaeaamanl of said prop. un.ler the Certificate laaued wa the name oi ill's DONALDSON, i ni Certificate shall be rede, according to law, u-s deed will In %  thereon on the 1st day of December, A Ii 1954 Dated this :'".ib day of October, A D, 1954. E. H. LEATHERMAN, clerk of Clrcut Court. I aiie i 'mint v, Florida. II, X c HTERRETT, (Circuit Court Seall I leputv I" 29 — 11/5-12-19-16 TO: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that rned, desli lna to ena %  ,i ,,the rictitloun name of CASH REGISTER BALES fi BER\ ICI:. al H North Miami • %  inn.. Mi., II ll nt. nd %  n eglster s.inl name wiih Hi,clerk cult Com i ..i 1 i.i.i, i 'ounl I' IRRAHAM SCSSMAN merest LEWIS I. \NI iFII • Interest ISRAEL A BRA .NFS VII I e> fo Ca I all A Ren I. %  N E 2nd Ave. 5-12-19-28 teglster NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is lli:i:i:i:V GIVEN that the undersigned, neelring to engage In business un.l.r tile fictltiOUH n.i in-of FLYING DUTCHMEN DRIVE-IN, at 120 N.W. Ilth St.. Miami, Intend lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. GEORGE VY si'i.iti:, JR. W o. VAN TIEN 11 5-12-19-2* |E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND |>DE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN ^ERY NO. 174078 YOCNG, Plaintiff Hi: \i \i: Y.IINI; I i. fen.lallt ITICE OF PUBLICATION lATHER M\i: YOUNG |SI.|, %  t nkiiown Mil HEREBY NOTIFIED I Bill ..I i 'omplalnl for I dvoi i a I. .1 against you, and you i %  >i %  serve a copy of > our in on I'lalntlfrs attorney. I I OH s.vi l Building. la and file the original OfflCI of the Clerk "f JUll Court on or before the ISth [I', .nl.ei. 1954, otherwise the %  if s.i nl Hill nf Complaint I' is ciinfaaaed against you. !l ila> of NoVellll,. I K B LEATHHRMAN, |'I. %  k, circuit Court i v\ M W BTOCKINO, Deput) ci.-ik s F: N Plaintiff 'bold Building;, Miami. Florida I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 173693 AUDREY HALL, Plaintiff, JOHN HALL, Defi ndanl NOTICE TO APPEAR You, John Hall, General Del Yaeger, Kentucky, are hereb) notified thai a s di for divorce has l>een fill 'i agalnal | ou, and ) oil are i equlr,.,! t 0 M rv. a cop) ol I'"" %  •'%  '" n %  iif's attorney, Claude M l'n '" 221 E Flaglei Btrei t, Ml iml, Fla and file the original In Ihe office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on or before th.2nd dav ,,f De. ember. 954, n default of which ihe complaint will be tak.n aa confessed against you Dated at Miami. Dade l punty. Fk>r' %  "'• "" %  "S %  ',' %  : CEATHERVAN .... Clark of cm mt i'o irt. By WM W BTOCKINO, Deputy Cfcw* i n r?o ll/S-ll-19 _^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisign.il. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol SIDEWALK EAR A CAFE, .it 1(11 N.W. 54th St.. Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida JACK It. LAMB KERHLER & OARS Attorneys for Applicant 1792 W. Flagler si. I" 29 — 11 'S-12-19 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY, FLOP 174072 'OR IN CHANCeRY. No. \ \\ VTSt IN, Plaintiff \ I SI IN, Defendant ITICE BY PUBLICATION ii w \ I's. IN ni ml f'lasa 'A •', I %  il Eva, nation Flight '* M \ I' i i i.. N Y N Y UtK HEREBY Ni iTIEIEI I "I Cnmnlalnt for Divorce filed against you and yjau e.l to f||e v.,,,, al.swei in lh^ tile Clerk Of the Circuit I I County, Florida, and H "in answer on the Plaintiff's JOSEPH ROSEMKRANTZ, I Iin, ..In Road ll.iildlhg. M1'; Florida on or ttefora the I '• %  uilier. II i November 9, 1454 ll LEATHERMAN, 'iicint clerk !•> \VM W STOCKINO, M ,^y uli Clorh • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underaig desiring lo en| business u r the rictltlour. name "f I c. i MILER'S PACK AHI. s I. il .. WOrrORD I'ACKACE STORE. LEO ADLERS LIQUOR ST-KK S40S Co llns Ave.. Miami R. ich, Kta.. ntenda to register said name with tin of th.Circuit Court of Dada I ounty, n '"" N '' BERNARD M'sri'EEL BERICK BHAPIRO AFRIEI>, Attya Attorneys for Applicant ItO Lincoln Road 11/1919-21 II ; ~" TN" COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30819 B RE ESTATE OF NO'TVC'E^OF VNTENIVO'N^O MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTK'K hereb) a'^" "',',',,. .... .,.,.1 ...„orl and mli'iotl lor This f ii-tobc. ,|.;v || HOLLER KOVNER MANN HEIMp AlUiruey iur Aitmloisirairlx 10/29 11/l-lFIt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng lo eni I business llllilel the flclltlOUS l.ail %  \l:l.ii MAKKI1T. al 924 71al Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intend •• aid name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade Count,. Florida. BERNARD i: 0OLDF1NCER M'DREY ESTHER GOLDHNUfcR MARK SILVKRfflPEIN Atfbrne) for Applicant 42" Lincoln l: I, Miami Beach, i la. 10/29 n i-12-19 _^ IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR 0*"E ^COUNTY. FLORIDA. No 62105-B MYRTLE F'URNITl'RE COMPANY, INC., a Florida corporation. plaintiff, EVELYN CRAWFORD, alao known ai EVELYN CRAWFt>RD 8M.TH indani NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN in EVELYN CRAWFORD, also EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH 255 N. W. 21al Bireet Anartmenl :'Miami, Florida YOU ARE HEREB1 ordered and reaulred to ei ve a copy of your Ana„.'• to the Complalnl >d agmlnal vim In the ve Court, on Ollbert 3. Balkln 11Congreas Building, 91 norida. '"" "lalntlfra .......,.. %  and HI, the original In the "."•"."/."' clerk of the Clvl Court of It. rd, in ,1,1 f.r Dade County. Florida. %  ,:„ %  "th!i...hd..v..i %  p-cemb... re. Otherwlaa the allegations of aald tomnlalnl "111 be taken aa confessed by vou Theca I '" r•I'l'vln and t,led MYRTLE FTRNITt RE COMPANY. INC.. II Florida cm Hon. plaintiff. veraua, ,\ .JN f-n WVF'ORI*. I 1 "" known u KVBlila CRAWFORD SMITH, defendai ii,.' plaintiff s.eks .,, ,. ov. "v, IM :''! nKe,,i;;::;:; M Ren. r t ,,;;,. ,,) SUP.. m e Btove, being %  Two (i) III""' '•' ""' Bb "*" .,„, %  ,1) Blonde coffee %  able •tine 1) Wroughl Iron kn consisting of on.11) 'able and four ID 'l'-'",, ., BATED at Dade Comity. Florida, lh|i w .I-.-,-^r'lv'vr'sa.N. ci.ik of the civil Court ^TYNDALL.JR .SEAL) nil.BERT J 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, bis wife, Plaintiffs, vs. MRS .I. R, BATTENSBY, a widow, ami if man I. d. her husband a I Is unknown, and m ', ;n IIRD, single, and if mai I ed, his ., |f. name is unknown, el al., I 'if, a.bun.-. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION MRS .I E. BATTENKBY, a widow, and if married, her husband, whose name is unknown. Addles, Cnknown, HUGH Aim i. single, and if married, 1 %  • h name i.-. UOkm.„ n. Address Cnknown, Ami also all unknown peraona, lieir-. .1, \ -••• granteea, aaslgnet s, lb nora, ci edltora, iees or any other claimants, claiming b). through, undt %  agalnal any of the above named l i.t. nd.i ui who may be dead and not known to be dead tion to iiuiet and confirm title to, and for removal of lien from. the following described property, and other relief: l-it 52. of THIRD ADDITION TO PINEHURST VILLA, according I" the Plat thereof, reenrded in Plat Book I, at Page 169 of the Public Rends of Dade Countv. Florida: as above styled, and to serve a popv ib.r.of within the time set forth above, upon S. Blair Ross, Attorney for the Plaintiffs. 1207 Biscay n Building. Miami. Florida. In default of whl.h a Decree pro Confess., may be ent.i.ii agalnal you. Dated at Miami. Dade County. Florida. Ibis 27th day of October, A.M. B. n. LEATHERMAN, Cl.ik, Circuit Court of Da.bCounty. Florida B) WM. W, BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. -12-IH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN I Ihe undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictltloun nan M A\V TAVERN, a! 12304 N.W Avenue, Miami, Dade County, Floi int.n.i• i sa Id name w II ci.rk of the 'Ircull I !ourt "f i Countv, Florida. .1 I: HERZOG WINIFRED HER/.' %  HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Appllcanta 2518 W. Flagler St., M laml, I la. lo '29 i i 5-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. 173703 SAMUEL L. STEIN, Plaintiff, %  P VI'LIN E STEIN. 1 '. f. II. I. int. TO: PAULINE STEIN -., Bay 29th Street Brooklyn, S Y unit ed '" set ve -, coi v.,in answ.r to the I :il! of 'ompl lor l ilvorce on the plaintiffs alto and '" fibiii. original answer in I office of the i 'lerk of t he Clr. ill ( • on or before the 29th dav of No, ber, a I >. 1954; otherw lae, lha B iomplainl for I Hvoi ce, hi retofore I herein, a ill be taken as out. s, vou. Dated at Miami. Florida, this I 26th day of October, I9J4. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit 1 1. ui.. County. Florida. By: M C GREEN, (Circuit court s.ah Deputy I Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Beybold Building. Miami, FT. I1/S-12-19 in 29 11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJtnist Hcridriar/n solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ON SAVINGS .QUARTERLY. 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emvi^lh-IEIIiDiriidliigyn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Ejg 28 Number 46 [Drive for funds Revealed iunt Sinai Hospital to Launch $3,500,000 Building Campaign MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, llsT PRICE: TEN CENTS A jibing to ;m age-old con,. : each man's well-being is ,,, concern, the Jewish i Greater Miami plans and boldly expand its .. n ices ,-iil fund drive will soon be fcd in llnarea to raise ap> $3.51)0.000 (or coninw Mt. Sinai HosjOO-bed structure is to be llins l>land. adjacent to F • • hospital. I resident Max Orovitt ey r Myers, president of [,%  Miami Jewish FederaHi statement this deliberations of onunittee of both ili %  major decin i orovitz revealed h the 1958 CJA drive for %  and the hospital build -ii are being eooras to assure maximum i Ii new hospital building is solution to the growing I Mow to meet the Deeds i nur community,'' said pointed out that the Nautilus hotel presbj Mt Sinai Hospiinterided to remain I in use as I hospital. rig will be construct nil-ration of the fui rth of Greater Miami, he I ciala envisioned the tiding as a modern scienti|r • providing the most adand up-to-date medical fcnl ..rid appliances the meet of patients from all sec Greater Miami comthe beginning, joint cornanting Federation hospital wore meeting in intimation to discuss the the hospital's plan for a 1 ing, costs, timing of the Icntinued on Pag* 2 A merican Jew is Seen Endangering Egyptian Community; Anti-Semitism Develops From Nazi-Like Publication NEW YORK-The activities of an American propagandist lor the Arab cause in the Middle Bast has the Egyptian Jewish community in ,i difficult position, according to reports received from Egypl by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. In an interview published in the English language "Egyptian Gazette" of Cairo, Alfred Lilienthal, oi Washington, D. C, author of the pro-Arah hook. "What Price Israel," publicly proposes that representatives of the Egyptian Jewish community come to ih %  United States to propagandize against Zionism. Reliable sources, the League declared, report that the Egyptian Jewish community is In a state of trepidation as ,i result oi LilienIhal's plan, which he proposed after a meeting with Egyptian Prime Minister Gamal Abdul Nasser. Egyptian Jewish leaders fear that Lilienthal's meddling in the Middle East jeopardizes the existence of Jewish life in Kgypt and other Arab states. Max J. Schneider, chairman of the ADL Eastern Region hoard, said. The "Egyptian Gazette" quotes Lilienthal as saying: "I have visited the Arab refugees and I have pledged myself to defend their case and continue to support them until they return to their homes. The Jews of Egypt can do a lot to combat Zionism. They can make propaganda against it in the United States, f will meet the (".rand Rabbi and talk to him about the services which can he rendered by Egyptian Jews in this field. A mission of Egyptian Jews should leave for the I'nited States and enlighten American public opinion on the generous treatment and the equality and freedom which Jews enjoy in the Arab countries. I will also suggest that the Jews of the I'nited States A merican Ambassador to Israel Presents Credentials in Jerusalem JERUSALEM (JTA) IsraeliAmerican friendship is important to the free world. Edward B. Lawson. new American Ambassador to Israel, told President Itzhak Ben Zvi this weekend as he came to President Ben Zvi's residence in Jeru-alem to present his credentials. It was the first time an American Ambassador has presented his credentials to the Israel Chief of State in this capital. After handing his credentials to the President in a colorful ceremony. Mr. Lemon told Mr. Ben Zvi that before leaving lor Israel, he had received a letter from President Eisenhower expressing the "earnest hope that my mission would strengthen the close ties already existing between our two countries. You may be sure that death of Israel's first President. Dr. Chain) Weizmann. He told President Ben-Zvi he had met Dr. Weizmann in South Africa about most in my mind and will light my way in nn stay in this country." (From Cairo came word over the weekend that the Arab League states, angered over quasi-recognition of Jerusalem as Israels capi-1 25 years ago. and "he left an un tal byihe Ambassadors of the Unit I forgettable impression on me. ed States. Great Britain and the Soviet Union, have suggested to Jordan that it designate the Old City of Jerusalem as a "second" capital. Jordan's capital is in Amman, but some Arab League diehards advocate that Jordan move its Foreign Ministry to Jerusalem. Lebanon also this week appealed to the Pope at the Vatican for in' tercession in the latest move to stop the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital city.) Mr. Lawson pointed out that the date of his arrival here. Nov. 2. coAt that time. Israel was only a dream and I had no idea that some day I would represent my country in the Continued on Pag* 10 A .'hould send a mission to the Arab countries and see for themselves those privileges." Earlier. Lilienthal declared, according to the Egyptian newspaper account, that Secretary of State Dulles must take action at once to implement the 1947 resolutions regarding Palestine. "The alternative," Lilienthal was quoted as say* m^. "is eonflict, the responsibility for which must rest with the I'nited States lor its role in creating Israel." At the same time, it was revealed th.it Lilienthal's book has been translated and published in Arabic by an Egyptian firm. The Arab translation carries on its cover a cartoon strongly resembling some oi the old Julius Stretcher caricatures of (he Jew The cartoon shows a Jewish stereotype, with I long hooked nose and claw lingers, Waiting for a piece of meat shaped like Palestine. This is being hand' ed to h.m by a waiter with one cuff 1 decorated with the American flag and the other cuff decorated with Great Britain's Union Jack. Lilienthal apparently has no official association with any American Jewish organization. An inquiry made to the office of the American Council for Judaism brought the response that he has been a nominal member but is not connected with it in any official capacity either as a volunteer or as a member of its staff. The propagandistic advantage currently afforded the Egyptian government by this publication is considered tremendous according to informed sources who estimate that Col. Nasser's new anti-Jewish policy can find excellent rationalization in Lilienthal's book. I JsWS* g5B E^nhowerwilPDeforeincided With the anniversary of the Intellectual, Commercial Interest Motivate Study Details on Atomic Development Revealed by Eban at United Nat ons Max Orovifi Week's Iss ue IS'oge ports Hollywood Mindlin Sporti Tercentenary Washington Seem UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Details of atomic development in Israel were for the first time reveal ed here by Ambassador Abba Eban. br.,d oi the] rael delegation, In a lengthy address delivered be,,„.,. ,,„. united Nations Political Committee outlining Israel [on the "atoms-forpeace" plan now under discu ision. Mr Euan pointed Qul that "Israel is both a contributor to the Universal sum Of theoretical and applied nuclear knowledge. M* %  so a prospective beneficiarj ol the now potentialities" He emphasi* ed that the number of %  *> and chemists in Israel engaged in theoretical and applied research is., in relative terms, probably as high as in any other country ta the world. He also stressed the tact i ,i u ; i ra \'t "d epeal Interest" In atomic i nergj Is due to the fact thai the <• tuntry faces heavy tasks ,i economic and social progress with a notable lack of any cheap source ui tuel or electric power. %  •ii,,. e two faetors, Intellectual •,nrl scientific interest and prac,„ .i | ed, both existing in unusuallj intense deg n i< mined I,ra.rpreoccupation with this problem from the earliest days ol the atomic decade." Mr. Eban said. "As the Committee is aware, our first President, Dr. Chaim Wei* maun, was concerned both as a scientist and as the architect of a nation, with the problem of compensating tor natural deficiencies by the results of advanced research This theme guided much Continued on Page 10 A ''>','* f //Jf' %  ''•' %  Lurid caricature of lew carried on front cover of translation of "What Price Israel" shows him with long talons waiting to receive a piece of meat representing Palestine from two outstretched hands. On the cuff of one is the Stars and Stripes, and on the other, the British Union Jack.



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PAGE 4 A i^ utntrktktr 55*4*0^ ^Jen ist FlcrUiJn Published very Friday lne 17* by th Jctwlah F'ondwn t 12C N. E S.th Street. Miami •. f o^" Entered ai .econd-clais ma'ter July 4. IMG. at the Poii Office "ot Miami. FU.. unaer the Act of March a. al Aooat,on. *~*'ican Association of English-Jewish Newspape-s P P'ess Association. _^ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth StreeTelephone. 2 1 lUl_j-J-82]2__ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On. Ve.'r M 00 Two Y r $ M Friday. November 19. 1954 Volume 28 Number 46 Heshvan 23. 5715 Washington Recognizes Jerusalem United States Ambassador Edward B. Lawson's presentation of his credentials to President Ben-Zvi at Jerusalem represents a major Israeli triumph. Time was when late Ambassador Davis retained from attending an Israel-sponsored ex hibit in Jerusalem because our State Department feared that his presence at an official function there might be misconstrued by the Arabs. Indeed the Jewish State's original announcement seme two years ago that :: was moving its capital from fel Aviv to the Holy City met with Arab League-sponsored opposition Mount Sinai Isrows Joint announcement this week by the Greater rmi Jewish Federation and Mount Sinai Hosof a S3.500.000 campaign for expansion of the hospital's present facilities will mean much .: -..'•:: ty we are reminded of the fact that inai is but a few years old a decade pawed since its establishment — already well on its way toward I one of the South's finest and largest ;ns. This reflects admirably on the growth of G.-eater Miami, as well a on the community's health consciousness. Every available iota of energy has been employed to brina the hospital to its present status. But Jewish leaders are considerately aware that the city's further anticipated expansion must be met with a health program capable of matching that expansion. The S3.500 000 camrxrian. it is encted. will 6 rowing medical needs of Miami's resigns call for a new buildinq site on v ad : acnt to the hositilus hotel. not lable ft also i :-s?ive re• c-v.rriedi: The larqer result of this expensien can only be to reflect credit on our community as a renowned center for scientific =*udy. Miami welcomes this week's announcement cs vet another example of its continuing growth. throughout the world. From the beginning, no representative of a government with immediate interests in the Near East felt comfortable doing business with Israel in Jerusalem. The at times ponderous diplomatic structure foreign embassies developed to straddle the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem issue gave rise to a bitterly humorous international situation. We think it a good thing that the United States finally recognizes the Holy City as Israel's official capital. This means that the government of the Jewish State must no longer expend energy convincing world opinion that Jerusalem is. in fact, what others have been regarding heretofore merely as theory. It also indicates tacit acceptance of a basic Israeli argument that Jerusalem, a traditional symbol held sacred by Jews through 2,00 years of exile, today actualizes the fulfillment of the Zionist dream and that the State of Israel could not possibly be considered complete if its seat of government were situated anywhere else but in the Holy City. We believe that Israel's original move there was courageous in the extreme and well reflected the doughty little nation's general courage in its battle for independence. Facing Israel as opposition, in addition to the Arab League, were the voices of two major world religions, which also look upon Jerusalem as the source of their faith. Ambassador Lawson's presentation of his credentials to President Ben-Zvi in Jerusalem thus does much to let all these opponents know that the reality of the situation must be accepted and that Israel's capital city can no longer be used as an issue in the hot Near East controversy. Sealing Mr. Lawson's mo/e last week was British Ambassador John Walter Nicholls, who also presented his government's greetings at Jerusalem. The Lebanese government several days ago, as spokesman for the Arab League, appealed to the Vatican for its assistance in opposing latest Israeli triumph. Arguing that "Israel possesses no right of sovereignty over Jeru sclem." the Lebanese added that the American and British recognition "constitutes a defiance of the will of the civilized world." It seems amusing for us in the extreme to be made aware that the Arabs now look upon themselves as representatives of the civilized world. I Egyptian Xazfc? Eleven Jews are now arrested in Cairo and Alexandria on charqes of alleged espionaqe, and Eavotian leaal authorities are demanding the death sentence. According to London's "Manchester Guard Ian," the accused have been thusfar denied the riah* of <~ommunicating with their attorneyscne of the Jews is reported to have committed .de. The '-".--.•<-of e*oionaae nre^u r nn u '" SIKJ• Egypt is honeycombed with "Zionist spies." know that a good deal of this bitter news td m with the current Arab-Israel contro.-. Eut we can't help wonderinq what role so many former Nazi.", now In Cairo and Alexandria os m'litarv exoerts bolsterinq Eayot's r>oor!v trained and enuinned armed forces, are playing in the anti-Semitic purge. Too much of these reports reminds us of Germany's heyday under Hitler. During The Week ...A. I S %  y LEO MINDLIN ON SUNDAY evening at Beth David RyaafMH meeting <>f the Coral Qabtea and Miami Zionist Dist ess dj bership c a mp aig n currently going on throughout the'"'' •*'''• national rise p re sid ent Rabbi Usher Kirschbium na,lon -'h patientb waiting to dlscilSi with the assembled v',J? 1 at m> crises b es e tt i n g the organization at this %  mnent very "H Rabbi Kirschblum had spoken at a number of i local Zionut tions during the previous week and was yet to aDoe meetings here before leaving Miami. I recalled his 11 '" ,l ist breakfast at the Biscayne Terrace hotel last M^ Ml, of his delivery and the cogency of his oratorical ahiiaL?: ,hf what uncomfortable. • "^ at, Yet. somehow. I carried forward What I had to %  enough. I suppose, and clear, as well. My principal araTU?*! leadership in the American-Jewish community had falLm^**' the emergence of Israel as a fact on the international J?* tried, specifically, to impress my audience with the Droo? t l intelligent leadership remains a fundamental prerequu^T**^ to be accomplished security of the Jewish State • • • • IN THIS regard. I brought to the audience s attetfooi ti. ing VS. foreign policy in the Near East and indicated OMHII was only what it seemed by contrast rather than a speeifJfc form of action assumed by the present Administration trml* which previous Administrations had been identified. In fact. I recalled, the late President Roosevelt c Saud his "dear best friend" and carried on an ardent coni with him. Among Mr. Roosevelt's affects at the Hyde Parks* a dagger sealing their companionship. This ift from the ArTy was sent to FDR when the President indicated by mail that 1 learned more about Jewish aspirations in Palestine Irnmlhn w ? ever he had before through his various contacts with Jewish n America ("remarked that this was little different (Ton Mr Dulles"a df gifts with the politically late lamented General Naguib w| State Secretary presented the former Egyptian with a set oft* made pearl handled pistols immediately before his return toll ton from the Near East and his pronouncement that he balsa more about the "Jewish problem" and Israel as a result of a30-isI in the area than he had during ten previous yearin Washmta In fact. I recalled former President Truman's reluctance m m/c the emergence of the Jewish State and his last-minute hi underwrite the rebirth of Israel as a political expedient prwl setting out on his 1948 barnstorming election drive Here, too, I remarked that this was Ihtle different froatsi the American Jewish community witnessed in early Novesfcr.l when the Republican Administration, in the face of a pnvAntil Eastern policy, expressed its unalterable love for Israel as n capfiring the "Jewish vote." IN EFFECT, I was trying to say that the classic anti-Isnd entertained by world opinion, unswerving for 5.000 years, is MS — to American Jewry only because its leaders have relaxed theirsfl given up their idealism and Zionist philosophy to the professisfH raisers and daa art od the bastion of intellectual fundamentalist i One readily granta the unchallenged import..i r.of fundaH drives (or Israel. I remarked, but these can never -jtistitutehrl tion.il Jewish thought. In essence, mj argument concluded tsl decline of Zionist adherents in the American community wastes* ist possibla blow to Israel asevere at least athe declineM campaigns and the "new" attitude of the I S si ti p. partroeatsl the Near East This ideological base formed a splendid jumping off poiatt address I delivered on Tuesday evening before the Parents'/ of the Hebrew Academy. There. I discussed the Biblical i modrn thought in America and England. My problem in tin was to divorce the evaluation of European Jewish society-ahe* timately bound up with its spiritual sources—from the rest of*' tinental milieu bent, during the last 500 years, on emancipitBI on throwing off from Its shoulders a dark religionhistory. So that, it became clear, the Renaissance brought to I Europe a humanistic enlightenment with new relationships setdisj man and the achievement of his earthly destiny; while forte" brought the romantic Chassidic movement and strange. of* ously violent, battles over traditional Judaism IN ENGLAND, the Bible became a principal souita of under the microscope of deistic philosophy. This scientific brought to religion and never properly defined, meant s the gulf between man and God and found its high point i"' 1 romantic pantheism In America, transplanted Puritanism of the New ^"fl did mil achieve its lowest descent from severe Hiblical idenuw until the early 20th century, when violence in society and artl a religious revival as it subsequently has throughout theWesW I could find n.. sjaaclfll base here for a talk Ml ci\i\ l' 1 "^. t" give Thursday before %  veterans" group at %  ,l, "" t u' Li, would l>e the i win of an American to I" he'd in *"^ accepting constitutional safeguards The chief nw ., column ilimply to demonstrate the humorous i" M '"' nl writers a) tiCM, fmd themselves that they an i Oted "P" l"U wlul — %  % % %  %  no iii.-rnt • linn %  j *• %  t ., "lmi'.'h in various and sundry subjects to pn* >"' nv f n /*,'•£ credulous public and t,, pi) their scant knowledge u[xitneSpM fc "' l"i-"iis truly seeking information See, Israel is attacking us again" Zionism, foreign diplomacy, an asskAtBBolog) ,l,,r '^ d J\sii metamorpssMfa in the face of historical change, leg**** civil hbcrties-what will you have?



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•Jmlstncrkfian PAGE S B ^— = -— === =============== ================= T* ^^^^^ A Field Director's Busy Day: Up Be fore 8, to Bed at 1 rainnaiun. and writes releases HM| % %  % %  ^te AJ Continued from Page 1 B e American scene in which it nourishes The Aiiti Defamation League 1singularly important in this Schneiderman, during histaj here, livewith a r-phe Man Schneiderman, and higrandparents, Mr and Mrs. Hyman Rubin, oi 726 Michigan ave Miami Beach. Hiclay begins well before 8 ., m r,.ll> with arranging a schedule of telephone calls local C immunity leaderon methodol advancing current membership campaign He I ..t he spends approximately two houra da) on tele "hone, aione. -Veti ans Day. which included B'nai Bnth s| ship ••: the [lags used at the Dade ( o i ium t' swear in Miami's new citizens, was pn ,. | e( | • ht before b) two functionin tw I ng ;•%  :•o< Ihe citj both ol which were sche I i • d at the same time and l>oth ot which l Th.T • u.ia smoker at the North Shore I th, h enti r and %  < studio \i an in ru i Ga es laven by Miami Lodge Schoeidi i nag present ..t both, scooting across the sleek little -portcar During the ,.. nmg, he attended a host ol luncheon meet altered throughout the afternoon." be iled -so th..' some oi them were more rightl) pperexecutive committee sessions and pri ate ta • with individualTh.' field director's typical day endabout l a ra %  out hireporttor the national "I ,. %  ring his -pare time, Schneiderman an.. rograms. with -pot announceme nts on the current" campaign, and writes release !„, am unmarried lWr. ^ !" r _* h e a ,.,-un hadevoted little time to either Th is an a \Z hracnit Job.' he explained "Ive hardly seen Jour beautiful mean and have not yet been in a '""when he .f.ni-hed in Miami. Schneiderman will move „ n to Baltimore Before his arrival hercv he Raveled throughout i"ex* going eaalward to wind pin V ,nph,.uhere he emplaned for \Va-h.ng.on .,;„, a conference with national B'nai Bnth leaders -II..w did l come here?" he repeated, i drove from Washington, braving high water and I M> windshield is all pitted l sup Lou know what hurricaneare? Can ere lover The floods were heavy But Bnai Brith had important work to to 1944. II... publicalKHi has arrancoe whS B* of tr tttmatn t„ MM** far our maon ihi. l.u.i o4ian al tbo rojuouo 14 Yomr C**rar UMni. Kor %  fro* oaf*. JaM write a aoat-card er hniar !•: — • l^ 1. : 2 vC.. Dap,. Jt SHI*..** ae, Pe.''* rm ow K ,J $ 5t pepper, and temoloes. DeW nuHik.lovorefl00%^' DIIKIOUS • MUTimOj', ^UCHWHIAI CUTS "OlCltf* UVIMSON'S F000 SPECIAlTli5 2402 NX 2nd Avenue



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fjoVEMBEB 19. I9&4 [ercentenary ials Available Figure Skating Champ To Train at GroMmgor *Jeistnr J rlrfi rr PAGE 11 A GROSSINGKH. NY. United States women's figure skating .cement of the avaitabU-1 champion Tenly AHbright. of ^iallv prepared material* Br0 **. Une Mass., will start trainrating the American Jewi ginger's rink here in the Catskills in preparation for the world champion-hips, which will be held this Wttttr at Davis. Switzerland. Former Olympic speed-skating itle holder Irving Jaffee. who LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Hi UNDER FICTITIOUS v. ~. NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN thai iin.lrrlKned. desiring to engage ii .1 *• v i IN J2 a ''l '"'-TI-XITIKS. to r Zl. ,r *'. h **•*•. '"tend K '"'•-' *,!"."*""• *l*li the r%ri County, feentenary has been any Gilbert J. Balkin, direcEda Regional office. Anti1 League of B'nai B'rith. among these materials ly created poster design by the American Jewish Jary Committee. jroducod by the ADL in with the Tercentenary akers' manual, containing in* Wednesday. Nov. 24, at ^ I •.***"" e od "' "" MORTON .1 KAY KARL l: I'AI.VBRT Owners HEN ESSEN Attorney for Annll) 1I4 Seyhold m,| K I' I9-J9 %  lt/t-10 .< nl.i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI BEACH LAUNDROMAT, at It 1 "" %  "'I Avenue. Miami lleai-h, Morlda. intends to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ,,,... .„ ALBERT SHENWEATHER 11.12-19-26 — 12/3 IN IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES AND FOR DADE made the announcement, also disclosed that Miss Allbright will be > f LO R,DA IN PROBATE. NX"MOO accompanied by her coach and instructress, Maribel Vinson. former national women's figure skating : champion and a member of background and factual Umu d Statcs 0lvmpjc ea two jms. I for presentations, and a manual on American (story specifically designin the classroom and In Bonds During October Dade Buys $895,895 tit 1 l.v lit any you, or against the ilr> %  • 'ounty, 'ounty nool tins made available on cortlIs "The Reef and Kir." a program in the Innr Democratic EdOcation1 ries "Decision." This recounts the story ot the |sfa settlement at New Ambtember, 1054 issue of the ffstian Friends Bulletin is lusively to the Tercenplelir.it mn and contains a [.I program and project ln> for churches and other coniinction with the TorSavings Bond Chairman Harry H. Bassett reported this week that he had received the report of October sales and Dade County's assignment for the final two months ,,| 1954 from Florida Savings Bond headquarters at Tampa "October sales in the county amounted to $895,898 and for the entire state were $4,903,583. only 4 percent ahead of the 1953 figure. This brings to $54,988,907 the sales for the 10 months to date and leaves $lri.611,093 still to be accounted for if Florida is to achieve its assigned quota of S71.000,000 for the year." Bassett said. t Week Show at Algiers 16"> representative^ of ap135 lines of handbaga, ami accessories will show h' .it tin' Algiers hotel on 1 hen teek the first opens for Southeast a five-day liou and market week is bj the Handbag and iuild of South Florida. Dagand jewelry have of other overall fashion market weeks." accordHe Guild secretary. Jack this is the first showing butheast devoted entirely lines emendous growth of this warrants such a market added. htire floors of the Algiers en set aside for the ex>ich will run from 10 a.m. daily except Thursday, show closes at 1 p.m. the Guild members and bitor> have really put their his market week." Guild Harold Behrman. said [certainly hope our potenIT> will like the show." Beach Chamber Starts Membership Campaign Members are the life blood of any organization. Baron de Hirsch Meyer told over 50 civic and business leaders at the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce membership campaign kickoff breakfast held last week at the Algiers hotel. This year's campaign will be one of no bosses, teams, committees or generals. Meyer said. All points I I computed for campaign prizes for I the most members gained during J the four day campaign will be for 1 individual effort only. COURT COUNTY. r.n 1 A IK t H-DAVID roL'NO, Deceased ro AII c redltoi nnd \n Persons HavK*i 1 '" """•""'Against Bald You ami each of vou. are notified mid required lo ores claims and denuiadu which either ot you, mat hav estate ..( DAVID YnCNfl if Coral rjahles, Dad fl 'a. lo Hie Honorabl Judgi ..f 11.1.1,. 1 'ounty, and tile the 11 the County I "in thou He in Dade 1 'o int I' within elghl ralendai months from th< data of the first i.iii.ii. 1 L.H 1 fale 1 win K 01 di ml•.. contain the "fat addn 1 the claimant and to be sworn to ami pi. Minted a %  aid, or same will be barred I late November Ifi, A 11 1934 IDA rouNo As Kite. 'His ..f the I...si Will and Testament of hAVII) Yi il'Nf! 11.. eased RUN BKSK.N Attorney f<>: K\.. ut 1 i\ II 19-28 12 :i-in NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 34056 B In Re ESTATE < >F BKRTHA FISCHER KENDALL, I II. I S.'ll To All Creditors and All Person* II.nIng Claim ." Demands Against Ha d You .in.i each of you, are hereby I ami i squired i" pi esenl an) claims .in.i demands which you, or either of you, may have tl state of BKRTHA FISCHER K BNI 'ALL 'I. • ased late of Dade County. Hon.la. to the Honorable <'oiint\ Judge* of Dade County, and file the same In their office* in the Count> Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eighl calendar months from th.date of th.' lust publication hereof Raid claims or demands lo contain the legal address of the cialm.. %  • and lo be nworn lo and presented .aforesaid, or same will !.>• barred. I late November 13, A.I) %  I ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOPF vv.iMiinisii .ii i\ of the Kstate of BERTHA F18CHKR KENDALL. I I...M sen RLRY BTONE Attorney for Annette Kendall Kataoff 11 19-M — 12 ::-!" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of /5I koWsKI Ct INSTRUCTION, at 29..1 N.W. :,th Terrace, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade County, Florida. FRANCEH ZIKOWSKI EUOENE 7.1 KoWS'KI BLRT STUM: Attorney for Zukowskl Construction 11/12-19-26 — |f/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY fllVKN that th.nndei SIKTI.II. des^nna to eiiKiiKe in business under the flotttlous name of M ERRV-iioi tnt'N |i BAR and RE8TACRANT. at Coral Gables, FlorI'l.i. mi.-mis to rejrtater aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade < ount). Florida, I IAVID KONHAfZER CHARLES riERTLKR Attornej foi I *vld Konhauser II 12-18-26 — 12 :t LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOH IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to vngaKe %  luislnens under the fictitious name of l.!TTI,E TIAJUANA Q1PT8, at II* S.K. 2nd Ave., intends to register .said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cisjrt of Dade < bounty, Florida. fETTA IRENE KUTCHKK, Own. r HEN EHr:.N Attorney for Applicant 11/5-12-19-2* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name m BOCARI. OP FIX)RIDA, al I65I N E. -ml Avenue intend to register said iiaiiie with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. (1EOROE BOOAN— OOt JAMEH CARLSON % %  ''. RflBERT I I.KU'ISON. ESQ. Attorney for Bocarl of Florida Tni Hlscayne Blda., .Miami :;:, Ha. II l2-l-2 — \l :i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enfavi in mi.i.i the fictitious name of NAITll.l s KCNORIEH SHOP, al 1823 Collins Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t glster -ii.i name with the clerk of the Clrcull Court ot I ....I.County, Florida MEYER I. MCHTENRTEIN SISII-: LICHTENSTEIN MAX It SILVER Attorney ror Applicant 922 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Ha. II 12-19-28 12 •: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREHY tilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of TBJ-TONE lloi.IOAY STUDIOS, TRI-TONE. COLOR and TRJ-TONE COLOR HTUDIOS, ut 26 Westward Drive. Miami Springs, intends to register said name with the t'lei'k ot Urn Circuit Court of Oaile County, Florida. Al.VIN" QUCK U/-12-l -2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 'IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious ji.im.of ASSOCIATED Al) SERVICE, at m7'.< 7th Street, Miami Beach II, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I iount) Florida. HERBERT M l.il'MAN co-partner I.I ii is l.il'MAN—i o-partner II 5-12-19-24 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 26899-B RE ESTATE t iK HERMAN LEE CANTOR Deci NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby riven that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of HERMAN LEE CANTOR deceased: and that on the Suth day of November, 1951, I will applv to the Honorable FRANK II. DOWLINO, County Judge "f Dade County, KKM tda, for approval .f aaid final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of HERMAN LEE CANTolt. deceased Tins 28th daj of October, 1951, ll SAC I, CANTOR Administrator MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN ....ii Seybold Bids Miami. Ha. i" 29 11 5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE Jtration on for Klection atiun bunks are open at each City Hall for a speUon to be held Dec. 14. at Dters will decide the aprejection of the new bus and the primary election NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that the uMerslcned, desiring to engage in business undel the fictitious name ol CUA.-M' LAMP AND FURNITURE Mill I'll, at 210 N.E. 6MI1 St Miami, ini.-mis t. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Floil.t.i M. KlSENUERU, Owner 11,II I ORB 1 I.KI.MA.S Attorney foi Applicant misAbbott Ave. 11 19-21 12 1-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY (IIVEN thai the iiinici signed, desli ing i" em business under the fictitious name "i MVKR8. HEIMAN .v KAPLAN, al .,;,.. Keybold Bldg., Intend t" reglstei said name a Ith the 1 'lerk of the 1 "Ii • ,111 1 ..1.11 ol 1 '.ci. 1 'ountj. i'i" i'i-' HTANLEY C, MYEH.H I.i il IS HELM IN LEON KAPLAN LEON A, KP8TEIN 11 la-M — II .;-!" NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 31057-B In It.-: ESTATE I IP lll'TII IJCV1N, also Known as lll'TIl It I.KVIN Deceased To All Creditors and AII Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to 1.resent any claims and demands which von. or either of vnti. niiiv have against the estate of RI'TH LEVIN, also known as RPTH IV I.KVIN deceased late or u/orrester County. Massachusetts, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices iii the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands tn contain the legal address of the rlalmanl snd lo be -worn In and presented as aforesaid, 01 will 1 %  [late Nov In r 15 \ I 1 1964. i:i.llV STONE As Ancillary Administrator of Hi. Estate of l:r rii LEVIN, also know n as IMTII 1: LEVIN Deceased II IS-26 i" :! -i" IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33968-B In Re; ESTATE I >F BERNARD SHAPIRO, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estatei Yon. ami each of yon are hereby notified and required to present any claims and d.-mands which you. Of either of you. may hav.against the estate of BERNARD SHAPIRO deceased 1.1'.' "f Westchesier County. New York, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Iiade County. Florida, within einht calendar months from the date "f the first publication hereof, s'aid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he Itarred. Date November 9th, A n IIS4. L1NA 0, SHAPIRO As Ancillary F.xecutrix of the Last will and Testament of BERNARD SHAIMRo. I %  eased. MALVIN ENOLANDER Attorney for Afclllarj Executrix 11 12-19-26 II 1 [•ecial election was set by Bncil at an early-morning pins of last week's regular 'luring which the amendfchise was passed on third reading. may register from 9 to I* Saturdays and 9 a.m. to Weekdays to Dec. 4 for the flection. nchise as amended would Miami Beach Railway Co contract to furnish bus lation for the city in re-1 Judge nich the city will receive rnt of the company's gross rum fares and advertising. previous 30-year frani the city expired last NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the nil.1.1 sinned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name ol .si'.vll, at .... S. \\ Kith Ave. intends to regUtei said name with the Clert ..t th.Circuit Court < %  ( Dade (ounty. '•""•'*"• W. I'.TAIII 11/19-26 — II/t-M •'me of the franchise refVOteri also will decide Miami Beach will have a runoff type of municipal I next June. Under a law the state legislature at e-ssion, voters must be givPPortunity to choose the election they prefer. IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 31195-A RE: KSTATI. ol' ELVA I" MONTELL, a k • ELVA MONTELL, a Ia hl.UV MONTELL, l'£c ased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NoTICK is herein given that 1 Dave filed my final report and iietltlon wi Final Discharge as ancillary raevutru of the estate of ELVA F. MONTELL. ,i sedt.and that on the 20th da> oi December, lJI. 1 will appll lo the Honorable W IBLANTtlN. County of Dade County. I KWldH "' approval of said ti'iai reporl and for tm.ii discharge as anclltary '*",', ,.f the aatate of BLVA P MONTBLU lie. else.I This sih day of November^ KTIIA M IIAKI'S'IKK AnclRar) exeeutrnt RICHARD KRIEOER KINK Attorney for ancillary estate 412 Congress Building Mi II !- II II" l'"l. Klorlda NOTICE HWrsCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW vi ii'ii'i' is HEREHY OIVEN thai the undersletied, deslrlne to eneace In „,„ a a under t'oflptplous name of i'ni'\TV MORTOAOE PLACEMENT co, not Inc., si M0S w.st Fleeter Sii.ei Miami. Florida, int-nd" to reeIster said name with the clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade Pminlv. Florida. SVMCKI.M siivi'K' Kola Owner noLDM \N A %  '" I'STFIN ktinrnevs f..i lleiilsiiant •>>nn West Fln*l.r SI Miami. Fla. ll id-il II ::-t'i NOTICE ""oCR F'CTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTtcF l HKK'-I'T fSIVEN thnt n.e undersigned, deslrlne to eneaee In m,.lnes l-el^r o-Meflu """' of PAI'I/H CITIKS Sl'ltVli'i: STATION. .,,' -nn\ N • 2nd Av-ntie. intend to reelater said name with the Clerk of rh" Circuit Court Of Dade County. no '"" ,fl rut. RTRI'M--" %  i, un n MACK Wr RI .iirnT i i PWlf >N v,,.rne for I'-.oi Byrum ii 12-ll-M — IZ/I NOTICE HMitrp FICTITIOUS N*Mr LV VOTtCR IS HERERT OIVFN thM ,„,lersi-ne.l. des'rinIn emti.ee In L, under ••" %  MeHtlous name of i-TV-rn WiiTnllS. al M*l N ,r..e| Intend! tO le.-isl," -aid „|,h the c'eik .' the CirciiU ,, f |v,,l.. I". ..llv I" ..rl.l.| M.ntiir iniir.til.li-inn'-, pr>rit.'pT t i i-wisi'V M.orn.v fo' Ml'-it Hall ii K-M II :; ,n the l,.,.i.i. l I. • %  .'.. h • name Curt i.l.l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBT tltVEI with the Clerk of Dade County. ""'"'i ..... STANLBl P. COHfcN ll/12-l-2 — i:/ MOTICE "N CTTITIOUS N NAMF I W voTTP ts HERERT OIVEN th't .he nndersl-ned. de-'rin" to eneaee In JUwrll nm" %  '"• h '" ,rk J3 .v. Circuit Court of Dade County. n r "' a PAIL H. MFinENDERa U/l!-19- — I 2 -" IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 174033 CELIA ALBERT, Plaintiff Vs. I1ARRV Al r.l'i'i'. Defendant NOnrr fsr PUBLICATION To: HARRY ALBERT Resldem e I'nknown TOP Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill "f Complain! for dlvon • has been filed against you, and you are required to serve %  cony of your v .,... thereto on Pb> inf Iff a attorney, BEN E88EN mil Bevnold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Anawer In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lltth d:.v of December. I*M: otherwise the allegation* of said Bill of complaint will be taken as confessed ai'nlnst von Dated this vth day of November. 13..4. c R I W. (THERM VN, Clerk. Circuit ConM By: WTM W BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk BEN I'SS'V. Raq ML,, e.o 'or I'l.iintlff 11/12-Hi-:'''. It/I IN TH r P'RCUIT COURT &f%  THF FLFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'OA. IN ANO FOR D*DF COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 174041 ALICE APDETTB VLADIMIR Plaintiff VINi'PVT VLDIMIR TVfen.lnnt. NOTir-r nf PURL'CATION voc vivi'i-vT VT^AOlMtR. care of \alcoff. Ml Eggt s.'.th Street. N.w York. New York are herel.v noilffed (hat a Hill of Complain! (or Divorce has been filed aeslnt von. nnd vou are required lo serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleadins to the' tllll'of Comiilnlnl on ''••' I'lalriiffs attorney, MAX H BITVER, MS s.vl.old llnildine. Miami. PVtrida. and file the orlelnnl Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or hefore the tlth dav of December. 1!04. If vou •*-II lo do' so. 1o.'".n.nt he default will lie taken aeiilnst nsi for the relief demanded in the lim of Cip|aln< linvi: WD OKHKIIK'I nt Miami i-i.'idii, this sth day of November, V P.. I FAT'IPRM VN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I lad" Copntv. Ftnel/t* llv W\t \V. s'Tni'KIW. ,(-i.-,..iii c^iio Seal) DeXnHy clerk MX P. S'l.V'PR A'toenev for piolntlff %  >"' SevhnM Building, Miami 32. Fla. I1/12-1J-28 — 12/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 174032 L. A. ANDERS, Plaintiff vs. K ill.N I'i "LINE and Tni. INK, inwite, if married, Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THF SI'A I'i: OF Fl.c IRIDA: To: JOHN TOLINK. if living, and TOLINE, Ins wife if married, and whose residences .. unknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors, or other parties claiming by, through, under or against JOHN TOLINK, not known to lie dead or alive; AND AI.So. as to each of the above named Defendant individuals, if the) be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantces, creditors or other parties claiming by. through, under or against su.h Defendants; AND ALSO, all other and unknown persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in the property which is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dade County, Florida, ami more particularly desci il.e.l as follows: i.ois s end 9 in Block 3 ..r ZIONA SUBDIVISION, according to the I'lat thereof. recorded in Plat Rook 29 at i' io 75 oi the Public Records of Dade County, Flo: ida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are herein notified that a suit hat been filed in the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above named ,for the puri f quieting title of the Plaintiff, in ami to the propertj involve. i hereMialioV % %  .lesel il.e.l Vi U" ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In -aid sun on or before the ISth das of December, 1951 and In default of su.h Appearance, s Decree Pro Cnnfeseo will be entered against you and each of you. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse in Dade County, Miami Florida, this sih day of November, lSil. F. I!. l.EATHKUMAV. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKINi;. Depiin Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff inn Sevh..ld ltldc. Miami. Florida II'12-19-26 — 12/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 174045 BABBTTB ALDERMAN, Plaintiff. vs HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARVEY ALDERMAN :lii Chariton Street New York. New York You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required lo serve a Ci iv Of v..or Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorneys. MYERS, HEIMAN .< %  KAPLAN. 950 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the oricinal Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or I..fore the 18th day of Decemher. I!"."i4. If vou fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four roneeouttve weeka In THE JEWISH FMiRlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Florida, this 8th day of November, AD. 1951. E, B. t.EATHFRMW. clerk. Circuit Court. Ttade County. Florida. By If. C. C.REEN. (Circuit Court S'eall Deputv Cleric MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attornevs for Plaintiff :.n Seybold Building, Miami, Fla. 111/12-19-28 — 12/J wJ



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wnVKMBER 19. 1.954 2L*hhIk>rldHhin It Institute to Wednesday ,1 FriedUnd, president of Em.mii Kl. announces the j (l | its Institute of Adult L„| |( ., [or 1954 55 on WedCrening. November 17. Reg js now in progress, fcrr-titutr. which has been i,.,l hv the Temple for many V. a branch ol the National E tor AduM Jewish Studies liHi-h Theological Seminary C jca an d iaffiliated with Lgii i Jewish Kducation of Miami. larii'i"courses Of study that C in be divided into two and will include both a i spring series, The first (r constitutes the study of |ai uage for beginners, adIstudents and prospective 11, Israel who wish to learn Ition and will be given dur\ in .\ hour. 7:30 p.m. to 8:15 DUrs es nit it led. "300 Years %  Lh Life in America" and fin Jewish History" will be to students from 8:20 to Hr-! hour Hebrew language Ui!l continue through the i, iester, which begins Feb. ides Mar. 30. During and hour of this semester, irses will be introduced age of the Prophets— |. Supreme Teachers" and lti"> $1-35 1301 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4041 We take pleasure in announcing the re-opening for the 10th consecutive season of the Open 8 e.m. 'til 2 e.nv von' or K x Completely Air Conditioned Isaac Gellis RESTAURANT • DELICATESSEN We i ordiallu tmvUe You to Enjoy A M'nique Eood Experience in the Delightfully Novel Atmosphere of Our Beautifully Decorated Dining Room 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH OPPOSITE CITY HALL Open Doily 11 o.mto 9 p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. DIETARY UWJ OBSERVED Royal Hungarian £2 Restaurant 731 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 58-5401 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, THANKSGIVING DAY, AT 5 P.M. ALL DRINKS COMPWHENTARY We serve Kosher food at its best ot very reasonable prieei YOUR HOSTS MR. and MRS. PHILIP WEISS urn I l % %  ASSKVS RKSTAIRAXl SPECIAIIZING IN CORNED BEEF and PASTRAAtl SANDWICNES • Complete Luncheons from 85c • Complete Dinners from 1.35 —" 'TMUWoSff T 0 "' """ c 3727 S.W. 8th Street On the Trail Phone 83-0856 NOW OPEN LOU and PEARL former Operators of leading Miami Beach Hotel Dining Roams Are Now Operating The RED MILL RESTAURANT CORNER OF 80th ST. 4 BISCAYNE BLVD. Serving the Ultimate in fine foods at Sensible Prices '. CHOICE CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS from $1.95 CATERING DIVISION FOR All Slit PARTIES R 0 S E D A L E RESTAURANT KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 % Opening Nov. 25th ^f ill. arscilles HOTEL AMERICAN NAN F0U HOLS 0*'" — Fer feme "$10 M.tao Ira f.rolfl" fH •"'•• AIM Sliln *><> Ui it 20* Oiieomt IK [III*' SU strides* dietary lo u M.heloff—re'gious N.w Booking lor Bankets. Weddmg^or*^" 3--^-.nie/lalnmenl r-spt" 1 ) *'" deck-d SUocu Caie Good Food ] 2.' W.i^hmgton Avr Miami Beach Prom lip to toe *Je McAlpia is bright end fresh. Guest rooms and public space have been handsomely redeCC / rated and everything's new j but the rates. They remain. ; a thrifty low, making do / McAlpin New York's J greatest hotel valuo. $4.50 •in.lt, 7.00 doubt* 1500 newly redecorated rooms with bath and radio. Many rooms with TV.. •roadway at 34th St. I Meet from Ponn Station) •nd Implr. State awldlnf HlW YORK %  A tISCM HOTIl



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PAGE 2 B Southern Section JWB Names Officers At Convention; Miamians in Major Posts ftominent roles wereTlayed by Others elected at the ronW-an the Greater Miami contingent to were vice presidents—(.Hbert we the recent Southern Section. Jewhi each Memphis Tcr.n.. r N.. ish Welfare Board conference held t than Goldstein. New Orleans, in Houston. Texas. Headed by Leon Kaplan, president of the section, the Miami contingent included Mrs Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vice prr-i dent of the section and president of the Greater Miami Jewish Com munity Center: Sam Seitlin. newly elected treasurer of the Southern Section. Jewish Welfare Board: Mrs Carl Susskind. member of the GMJCC board; and Efraim H. Gale, executive director of QMJCC The conclave of southern .Tc\nh Welfare Board leaders attracted over 236 delegates and obeamra from the eleven Southern States between Florida and Texas DeleUnites irom the Jewish Welfare Board Armed (Service area in the Fourth Ann) Area also participeti n Ihe convention. David H whit, ol Houston, editor and publisher ol the Jewish Herald Voice and past presidenl of the Houston Jewish Community c ei '• was elected nt of the Souther rWB to suei / A HUDAY. Ravmond Rosen Savannah. ',a and Julian Zander. Nashville. Tenn : secret ir\ Meyer N Km nenhcr\ Birmingham. Ala ; tr.iurer. SaMtn, Miami Or. WnUOH Wexler. of StVM nah. Geand David Bhimberg, of Knoxvii'e r. nn. will represent the Sou'rr en Section on the Jew ish Center Division George Berke, of Chali;r I'nn.. ami Mtt midnun ; Mlanta will •• the Section's representatives on the National Council Aaron Brenner. Memphis. Tenn \ Robert Bi i r, Dallas. Tex.. Ben D MarkCorpui Christi. Tex and MrSirkin, will represent the Southern Section on JWB's national board of directors otherwho Will serve on the board rnors will be Morrii man. Memphis. Tenn Sirkin. Miami Beach; Sanford OlaI harleston S i Henrj Shonfield. Savannah Ga Philip N i ; Dallas Tea Herbert Shainberg. Memphis. Tenn Prank II I stein M rl owitz, Tampa, Fla ; Louis v lack, San Antonio, Tea MrJoHouston and Pr Irwin Isaacson, New Or Hi rbert Millman, i I N< a York, and Dan Schlanger, ol Houston, t the i that .ii wish i 'ommunit) • have faith "that Judaism will not only survive, hut that it will eon tinue to contribute to .i better w„rid Thej s.,„i ujat "•""•rM iami Sisterhood Schedules helping to translate Jewish values into hwnn concepts and thai the science ol the Center is to help people use their tree time in a manner that is thoroughly enjoyable t" them, and at the MIM time helps them to thrive, to the utnio-t of their potential, as I M sic, Vrt; UTo Install I Miami B**h Leagu^rjn r(1 "* 1 nuar-mb^cai, honi evening, Nov. I .* w *> %  Plan hotel U Ruth Hro tnttn „* Jhe program ,„ Gardner. America, Miami ( onsp n .„ ; appearing will ly, *T. Baet. n,,,^ I aorale unrterthefo **l Ingraham and ISS Pa BrDBbo !i Htrrj IWnhard a s president othen posts include Ruth five vice president; BUT, vice president' k lecrel irj striia ciT Anita Karns, imao* and tnyuti Mehcov Dr. Bertha Zuec, Mil Illl III F'l-ter --|| be named |_ I 'he leagie. Tobi Gerard (rightV models fas! ions at a style show of the Industrial Laundries Convention ne'd in the Sans Bouci hotel Tuc day Shown with Miss Gerard who ako acted as c invention coordinator, is Martha Wat'.'.ii. demonstra.i.g the latest in lingerie. Annual Membership Tea Annual membership lea ol Sis tcrhood "t t h a Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held on Tuesday Nov. 23. at 1:15 n 'p.m.. in the social hall of the s\naArthur I. fox Fox Named To Faculty Arthur K Fox, certified public accountant of Florida •> n d New Vork. and attorney, member <>f the Florida Bar, has joined the faculty i Peninsular Institute as instruc tor in Federal Income Taxation according lo .HI announcement ii> hii Hurwitz, director of the institute i K graduated cum laude from the Universit) ol Miami, where he obtained his l.I.B degree He is also a graduate of the College of the Citj "t New York, where he re : the BBA degree and Insignium Award. Fox served with the infantry in World War II. after which he was called to Washington to serve with the then newly formed Corporation AuditDivision of the General Ac counting Office Fox is admitted to practice before the IS Tax Court, IS. District Court. I'S Court of Appeals. Fifth Circuit and the Florida Supreme Court He iI member of the American Institute of Accountants, Florida Institute ol Certified Public Accountants, the New York State Society ol Certified Public Accountants dividuals, affirmative Jews and as active Americans." Kaplan and Col. Harry D. Henabel, of New York, expressed concern about the excessive pressures being put on JWB staff and leaders who are trying to do a big job fur Centers and the Armed Services with too little money, I He urged increased support local Jewish Welfare Funds, NO that JWB"?budget of S2.287.968 in 1955. will be met Following the convention, the 30 professional workers in the South ern region participated in a Professional Institute, which was spun -ored jointly by the Southern Sec tion-JWB and the Southern Chapter-NAJCW, under the chairmanship "i ii.uoid Benowitz, executive director of the Corpus Christi Jew i-h Community Council. Thi Institute focused on the questions what is our Jewish Heritage and our Jewish Values? How can t h e -e be interpreted through Center programming" Mi-Leah Jaffa. JWB'consultant in the arts, and Herbert Millman. JWB's director of field service, served .iconsultants at the Institute The Southern Chapter of ihe NAJCW held its annual meeting following the convention Nat Shul' man. executive director of the Jewish < ommunity Center of Charleston, s i was elected presidenl Other officerinclude Paul Schwartz, ol Memphi-. Tenn and Fir. .im Gale, of Miami, vice presi di-nts. Edward Jacket, Atlanta. Ga.. secretary; and Harold Benowit/ oi Corpus Christi, Tex, treasurer, Fleeted to the executive committee of the Southern I hapter wore Jack Dauber. Houston. Tex; Jack chiinick. Atlanta Ga Manny Temporary officers of the West i Tropp, Miami; Irwin Giffen, Sevan Miami Jewish Center Young Adult neb, Ca ; and Fphraim Goldstein, Group named at a recent meeting Nashville. Tenn. include Pat Moore, chairman; Geoffrey Front, treasurer, Barbara Kelin. secretary; Dolores Keusch, Uaaon; Morton Kaufman, publicity; Robin Hecht, public relations; and Jeffrey JJurman, program. gogue Highlight of the afternoon will be a skit. "Meeting to Music." directed by Mrs. Bernard Welkind. Participants include the Mesdames George Goldberg. Kdward Becker. Bernard Kelemer. Michael Blank. Herbert Feldan. Peter Duchon, Abraham Barkin. Helen by Haltz. Max Newberger. G. Pearlman and David Meltzer. Mrs. Robert Levin will render vocal selections, accompanied byMrs. Saul Bernstein at the piano. MisJudith Youngerman will dance MrIrvin Sirkin is chairman of the day, with MrNathan Coulton in charge "f refreshmentMrSi mon April iprogram chairman. Presidenl of the group is Mrs. ROIKTI Schweitzer 'Monte Carlo Night* A dance and "Monte Carlo Night" Will be held at the West Miami Jewish ('enter >>n Saturday. Nov. 20. 8:30 p.m Dancing will be to the music of Sammy Lane and his orchestra Dave Dresner and Al Fogel are in charge of arrangements. GORDON ROOFIKi SHEET MEW 14S.W. 22nAVt \ *aT Eaptntnctii i-s;ns>l ,,j| M n > l MOKE! DT-Y PICK* I New York, New lira I delphio, BollinHri, AiDony, Boun. frni •thtr seiats, DIAL £-7147 RETURN LOAD I M. UE8ERMAN.I 6S< COiLINSi S3 I WANT MY /M/IK" Temporary Officers Gordon Funeral Home Hun Sprring thv Jewish 4 ommn of 1,rvittvv Miami with Honor and IHstinclion for Orer a Quarter of a #>n1| GORDON FUNERAL IN MIAMI I MIAMI BUd 710 S.W. 12th Ave. 1 333 Do<*e lW | IKE CORDON, license*' funtro\ NsssM See or fhont Me NAT GANS Ph. 34616 4-9911 ll INSUIANCf HUBS Metrepalilan life Inturonce Ca. •07 iiicoyn. IMfl., If W. 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PAGE 4 B +Jmi*t>fk****** • 'JFHI' lHgalf 5>MNk M e — W9 U to Strong! IlkVlhtMls of 4 aiiipai^niii" ATLANTIC CITY — The 23rd general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds concent railed on planning measures to strengthen central Jewish community organisations and increase 1955 fund raising results to meet vastly changed Deeds overseas and at home during opening sessions of the CJFWF national convention here. Thiswas, announced by Julian Freeman. Indianapolis, president 'This i> a workshop session." Freeman declared. "The pressing problems facing communities in meeting their worldwide responsibilities in 1955 demand that Jewish community leaders from all over the United States and Canada >it down together to find effective solutions and guideposts for action The 11 man Miami delegation, headed by Dr. Kurt Peiser. heard the opening session of the Assembly Thursday evening provide expert appraisals of changes which have taken place at home and abroad. On Friday morning. Freeman will outline the major problems which must be overcome if communities are to meet their responsibilities in 1959 Among the n he will deal with are the isinvolved in the continued strengthening i tral commutations ..I hi kej to ful fund r measures r ,.. suits, tl need t ncentrati manon the pru %  ponsibili\ • • ni %  lewisl philanmil with cur• hip .111(1 : 'Education Month' Ends With Tour Of Aged Home lewish I tion will clow I Month" tour "f the Jewish H 21 %  and .. met Dii led to tour the B1 Doug v lin Memorial Building, it has • • need bj MrIrwin Weinstein, general ( %  airman of Education Month even) ithfourth conducted tou : b) the Won i Division to t..k-women workers I volunteerbehind the scene in Greater Miami welfare institutionand to familiarize them with the agency functionA special event planned for Sunday at the Home will be a birth day party (or residentwhose birtbda) falls in the month of November Mrs. Sol SiKerman. president of the Home Auxiliary and MrFrances Makov-kv. vice pre-ident. also celebrating their birthdayin November, will be guests of honor. Mrs Frances Kubin will serve as hostess chairman The program of the day iunder the direction of Mr and MrBen Yomen They will direct the Miami Beach community singerin vocal presentationMrSilverman also tent chairman of the tour committee MrStanlev C Mwr-. acting \\ men Division chairman, in the absence of MrIrving I^hrman and Mrs Jack A Ablin. hailed the one-month education project as a "unique community experience and commended the presidentof local agency auxiliary groupwho participated so effectively in the program. Sigmund Eisenberg. president of the Tenty-Ninerv has arranged to provide free bus service for members of the tour on Sunday. The bus will .'-ave from 1618 Washington ave., at 1 p.m. tion. the delegates will meet in eight concurrent workshops arrant ed by size of Jewish population In intensive exchange of viewpoint and experience, thev will seek to advance concrete pro p osa ls foi *> -emhlv consideration .is .. meanof overcoming these problemOne set of work-hopwill consider problemof fund raising, multlole appeals and leader-hip Another vrnun of work-hopwill discuss budgeting, planning, and leader I ship. At a Saturday evening dinner. !the delegates will hear Brartdeis U niv e rsity president. Dr. Sachar, speak on the broad historical developmentwhich have shaped and are shaping American Jewish development Isidore Sobeloff. executive director of the Detroit Jew i-h Welfare Federation, will ana lyze the role of the central Jewi-h community organization move ment during the past fifty years and the directions of current development-. The 1954 William J Shroder Memorial Awards will be announced at the closing, luncheon Awarded for the fir-t time la-t year, the Citations honor the memory of the founder and first pre-ident Ol the Council Thev will be given to one ,-..tion from a community of more than 20,000 Jewish population, and to ..' %  nev from a smaller community, tor "superior achievement and initiative in the cemi nt i i %  cial a i Ifare William Rosenwald ol New York, a t i<, pn sidenl ol the ( tl \vi. ichairman ol the Award ( ommitl Mimm frit Racing Season On at Biscayne Greyhound racing season in • South Florida was ushered in Monday night at the Biscayne Kennel Club as Miami oldest and largest dog track opened for it28th meet-] ing Racing will continue nightly. Sundays excluded, until Jan. 6. Bis, cayne reopens again on April 11 and continuethrough June 1. Thirty of the nationleading hound owners are represented %  I Biscayne Ibis year and almost without a -ingle exception all of j lasl v> ar's leading raci sin be seen in action at the Miami Shore's Oval Kc i n< ibooked al Biscayne this .,follows Earl Baxter. Paul Boone Jess tnhgham, Mike i |, \ Kennels, Keith Dillon \r>h DeGeer, J W Ewaldt, J M Edwards, Benny Fri-ch. Fleet Wing Kennel-. It K Hutching-. I. M Kirkpatrick, C H Lovely, Mulrock Kennel-. Miami Kennels e Szigeti i, Ohlineer and Blair, Oswald BrotherOllie Ostendorf, M K Ostlund, Point Breese Ken nelRandle Brother-. B I. Robert -on. F B StUtl Sawbuck Kennel-. I I.,lh.it Fre.l Whltehe.el and Tom Warmath Ain the past, Biscayne will con-, tinue to feature two long distance nightly. These IJolS-foot contests ..re scheduled ior the fifth and tenth races and bring out log held-, selected lor their i • duranci and stamina A one-half milk contest will be each s.iturdav night and will lie the final event on week-4 nding program GMJCC Enrollment Breakfasr-Slated Here Sunday Breakfast meeting of all campaign workers in the 1954 Membership enrollment campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be held on Sunday morning. Nov. 21. 10 am., at the Town Branch of the GMJCC. 450 SW 16th ave.. according to Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of GMJCC, and Richard Fink, chairman of the membership committee. The program will include a discussion of enrollment procedures,' a film presentation of trie-activities' carried on at GMJCC. as well as a skit by several of the teen age members of the Center. General campaign plans, according to Fink, include a report meeting on Nov. 30. as well as a special report on Dec. 5. the day of the annual meeting of the Center. A special brochure depicting activities and programs conducted at GMJCC's three buildings is being sent to the community. These brochures indicate that there are recreational activities for all ages in the community. Mrs. Sirkin said. jM>AY. NOV W] I M. Ravitch (fai| j ish poet from i corned on his onwj by David Pbasky.. nowned dramatis, nahst. on the Zim, Artso" i n Haiia pat Mizrachi Women Will Hold Card Party MlSfSJChi Women of Miami Beach will hold a card party on Saturday night. Nov. 20. at the Hotel Ab ranis. A regular meeting at 8 pm will precede the fund raising function Proceeds from the affair will go to the BO SS y (lott-feld childrenvillage for orphan-, at Raanana. Israel, according to MrEsther Eisenstein, president. MrSamuel Grundwerg. Mrs ROM I.u-tig. Mrs Ida We—el. MrFanny Abrams and MrJdaoph Brenner are on the committee in of arrangementBalkin to Speak Gilbert J Balkin. i_ ida Regional office. Aj tion League .if B'na'l guest speaker at Temple Beth Sholm.L on Friday, NOT 19. Hjl The subject ol BilBql Will be The Jew and Dai Rabbi Samuel Lw7j leader of Temple Beth I "Jewish Fi On I hi' Airl Every Sundoy-10:M hi Station: WMIE UBaf With Variant It, Producti tad DimM|| SmOH SffDfl 503 s.w. i7f an. h WTVJ TELEVISION PROGRAM SCII Friday thru Monday (Nov. 19-22) MORNING FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 7:0 Today 7:15 7:30 TV, T• S 00 t > l.i; Ih.t.. M,,i .i v\. 8:15 8:30 "ti Y ir Acrotant I n *•• % %  ,•: % %  .. n 8hu William Rosenwoid Roth to Review Liebowitz Biography i Burnett Both Miami Beach City Councilman, will be Ii speaker when he reviewthe biograph) ol Judge Samuel Liebowitz, "Courtroom," by yuentin Reynolds on Monday. Nov. 22. 8:30 p.m at the Oceanfront Auditorlum. loth st and Ocean dr. The year-round aeries, The World '•( Books is co-sponsored b> the Miami Bead) Recreation Department and Miami Beach Public Library Preceding the review the I'mver-itv of Miami Law School will J eourt trial. -Cross Examination Miss Berth.) Aldnch and Chaim Rose are c>> chairmen. Beth Tiilah Sisterhood To Meet Monday Beth Tfilah Sisterhood will meet Mondaj evening at 8 pm. ace >ra ..ii announcemeoi this week Scheduled lor discussion is a "Welcome Back" -upper to be given bv the women organisation on Dec 5. Recent appointments o( committee members include the Me-dames Rose Schneider, Betty Schccter. Ian.. Kramer. Anna Silberman. Ho-e I.u-tiK Hose Miller and Sarah Fixler • oo %  ora :I5 :J0 To l!r AB • • I M • :4b | Opt -Moll 10 00 I-I 1: 10:16 10.30 Strike H Rl h 10 46 .• I'alrul vv %  Bupar Clri .11:00 Menu Maju Tn i~Ann... I Th '1:18 Harhai inn 11:30 Search K T m row l'artuon-o-vUI i t1:46 liuMInK l.lM I I I '*W^*^*A^^**W* AFTERNOON 12:00 1 va Got Newa lt:18 l.ovr of |.|f, 12:30 Wrl, ..ma Tiav.ler 12:46 top I ; i '••0 Brunch With Judy To lie Ann.e.l OoMberas 1:30 Art l.inkbtter 1 M K.vl.-w l 46 Industry farads fiakin far f: Uig fayuff t 181 2 30 Jack Cobb • %  REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular vis tt to your homo are the bette*ad more economical way DRYW00D TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TENT METHOD Straight l-Vaar Guarantee on Orj>,oon or Subterranean Term.tea Listen to SCHACHTERS Yiddish Program IfV Sunday, WMBM tlsM a.a^ t. 2 a.m. This araaram ii the lint and hos the loraeit litlaaiauj a.aience Football Football i S.-OOl Jaekle'a liouaa K.X.IIMU S:1Sl S:30 Valiant Iaidy i K.-.lball 3:46 S.-.iei Htorn. 4:00 Alec %  Kl UM J:00 (ilenn A Ml. kej" 5:15" SuiH-rman 6:30 S:46 Shopper'a Quids I Willy I'orllnii Archer f V f N I N G Lone Ranfar MIAMI — 841 Biacayn* Blvd. 826441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Altan Read 5-3444 STATION WWPB 14S0 an Your Dial aeauatfy arataa-ti YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR \ with i i i i i ', with ; T*a ... aj i, W(i tmmmtmm Morris Na^ntir < 8:00 Tlaa J:io WeatBarntaa 8:15 Jack of All Snorta 630 Lat'a .;.. fi-hina I Jack of 8|M.II r %  iiri.n 8:46 ttrni.k f.e|^M l ui t New. 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PAGE 6 A Jke4#> nhrfrflt+rL FRIDAY, \rlciic Davida Gen* Becomes Bride of Norman Solomon in Donbk' Ring Ceremony ry Fruntenac hotel on Sunday after noon, Nov. 7. At an altar banked with white roses, carnations and gladioli. \r Davida Gersh became the bride of Norman Frank Solomon in a candlelight ceremonj at th< Sh< t The double ring cerctin>n> W performed bj Rabbi Alfred Was m )n | j cantor Abraham • %  The i.rule daughter of Dr and Urs. Mvrot 't this city and un of white i chantilh lace and tulle over satin. • %  • Her \eil • fashioned with a fitted bodie illusion had .. arhitc satin and pearl .tn heirloom of the white Bible with i bridal bo : K I I "iii%  Phil>( the H emit) Phillip 1 bride MrEug< i i l. v loroon was ok A reception and dinner party followed the oeremonj The bride liversit) ol Illinois and the l niversit) of Miami She i~ i member ol Tau Alpha Beta aororit) Mr Solomon. .. practicing attor Miami and Miami Be.nh. is •he son ol Mr and Mrs Samuel lr 4481 s\v 5th si Hi ia Gerards Honeymoon In Mexico \ ( uhwedTh mas Howard flerarda rHl live at 321 South Shore dr.. Miami Beach, following their moon in Mexico and New Or I. ,.nTh COUpla was married Oct. 31 at 11 am Rabbi Loon Kornish performed the ceremony. The bride, dmnhlm' of Mr. and Mrs I. .) Krensky, 4955 Delaware Miami Beach, was niven in BgC bv her father She is the forme: Judith Lynn Krensky Matron "f honor for her stater kfj-1 lurry B Smith Marshall II Berk son t/M be The bridegroom pa V and Mrs. The.. I.ic Chicago The bride is a former n sidenl of Chicago. vtST lt.rt. Marvin Schwarliman Sehvvartzmans Will Reside in Mi.-imi Hi Marvin Sch< man will liv< al 002 SW 2nd -' when thej return from a honeymoon in Cuba Thej were married .\o\ 7 at the home ot th>' bridegroom. 504 SW tith ave Kahhi Shmaryahu Swirsky performed the ceremony The bride, former Miss Lucille Graboyes, ithe daughter ol Mr and Mrs Abraham S Graboyes, 846 in %  •'• %  Miami Beach, and was given in marriage b) her par a graduate ol Miami Beach Senior e _. Mrs. Thomas Gerard Tho Be: MiUvahclJ r E n of Mr.j^j, Jack P ngler, 2257 ave. w.i; lake plccj( urday morning, Rabbi Henry We officiate in the Rabbi Irving Leh Cantor Philip chant. Stanley is a, grade student at Elementc.-y School m the graduating cknij Religious School ol' Emanu El. High Si hool and 'he Universit) ol Kiond.' whi re h. received the MA ,Ith<' B.CI helor of Laws He is .. member of the Miami Beat h Bai \i iation, Florida Bar I r tssocia tion. an I v %  %  an Bar Association Iii i. rah • iraboj es -i-ir of th'' bride and Morton Schwartzman, brother ol the bi "end the couple. Mr S nan ton "f Mr and Mr Morris Schwartzman is in the rad usiness Camp Representative Wanted! with fallowing, for well established New York State Msnfeai camp. S5S0 lee. Petition en staff optional Eicelkrt la*j financial arrangement. Reply giving lull particulars. C. I., In] Miami It. Michael Schinitsky. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schinitsky. 1622 Bay dr.. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday, Nov. 20. Rabbi Henry Wernick will officiate, with Cantor Philip Brummer chanting the service. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School end is a member of the graduating class of the Religious School of Temple Emanu-Ei. He the tinders of Alpha Zeta I hapti r ol Zeta Beta fraternit) ..t the Universit) ol Florida Out-o-f-town guests at the wedding included Mr and Mrs Haxrj Weinhouse, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs, B. Kopelowitz, Gainesville; Mrs Ann Zimmerman Gainesville; Mr Harr> K Silver, Melbourne; An-, drew N DOW, Jr., Jacksonville. Dr and Mrs Robert L Fiaher, New York, and Misi Jeanne Goldstein, New York After an extended motor trip, the couple will be at home at 1210 Lenox ave Miami Beach Mrs -..nan i~ vice presi %  i. • • I i H ch 1 10ion rhapti • ol B nai BTith Thank you lor yotr k'ndnfss and tympalhy %  t a time when it wai deeply appreciated Louis Nagel and Children TWENTY-EIGHTH SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER, Conductor ERICA MORINI VIOLINIST Sandoy Evening, Ne 21 St Mumi Beech Aud 8:10 Monday Evening, Nav. 22nd Oade County Aud. — S.30 &mgle Tickets S3.CO 12.! 1200 • II.75 I'M. Un.ver. • ty Oft.ce MO i 4M0 — Cordelia's. 44 S E 1 St M B Aud 'TOO Wiih. Ave. Dade Co.rty AJ.| 0I w. Fiaglar St. — Amidon-t .21J Girli*a *.%  eook^orm 2tt Miracle Mile — MB "JIO CC.I 2*o Lincoln Road. I 9500 SKIN TESTS PROVE... Palmolive Soap Is Mildest! 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