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The Jewish Floridian ( November 26, 1954 )

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e\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY HI 28 Number 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS I Wins ^mission Tells tians to Give Bat Galim Complaints Against Austrian Failure to Deal With Jewish Victims of Nazism Lodsed at Washington WASHINGTON (JTA) A delegation of American Jewish leaden mot here early this week with State Department officials and leading ,, (JTA).—.The is: nx-mb.rof the Senate and placed before them the fuels about the Armistice Austrian Government's "lamentable failure to solve one of the most poignan! legacies of the Nazi rule—the claims ol Jewish victimat Nazi persecution in Austria." The mooting look place on the evo of ihe scheduled arrival here lo this country. He was received this week by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Dr. Raab left Vienna by air Saturday without having achieved any settlement of the claims pre sented to the Austrian Government by Jewish organizations. Emphasizing thai "under the present circumstances."—the attitude of the Austrian Government there is no basis on which the Jewish groups can continue their negotiations with the authorities in Vienna. ipti.m Mixed ,j (11 hi re rejected Egypt's [about an alleged "attack" Wan fishing boats by the Lghti i "S.S. Bat Galim." Lypl seized Sept. 28. Rejec-! Sunday of Dr. Julius Raab, Chancellor of Austria, on an official visit [tin Egyptian accusation is •,ii order against the government for the imrelease of the vessel and pan crew The captain and [the Bal Galim" have been |pi prison since the EgypI the freighter in the nal. tli, Egyptians seized the carrying meat to Israel lliopia 'hey claimed that li vessel had fired against Iptian fishing boats, sinking Mr. Whitehouse said, "that Chanth, boats and causing the lh <" delegation was led by Dr Nahum Goldmann, chiel negotiator cellor Raab has been able to take ) ptian lives. The Isof the German-Israel reparations pad and chairman of the Committee time out from his brief tour of the nt rejected the ( f or Jewish Claims on Austria, which speaks for the Jews still living in m,l,(l s,il,( s '" come '" Miami %  s "fictitious." asserting Chancellor Raab Visits Miami; Navy Plans Key West Honors The Jewish Floridian learned late this week that Chancellor of Austria Dr. Julius Raab was to have arrived in Miami at Miami International Airport Thursday, Thanksgiving day, at 1:35 p.m. In a telephone interview with G. Hugo Whitehouse, Austrian Consul here. Mr. Whitehouse revealed to The Jewish Floridian that Chancellor Raab was scheduled to apthe Jew,,, delegation told Deputy Undersecretary of State Robert Mur^VonsurTtme"^ SS and phy of the current status of these negotiations, which started about a rd., South Miami, between 4 year and I half ago. It is presumed that the State Department was to .6 p.m. discuss the subject ol Jewish claims during talks with Dr Raab here cer,ainl v is a R reat honor," dim" did not even Austria and for the major Jewish organizations throughout the work The Austrian Chancellor The delegation conferred with Senator Alexander Wiley, chairman of sohcduU (I to eave for Key West lion mexcept for the captain's "" "•"""""" >""i.-n<-.i mm ocuauir Alexander wiiey, cnaitjman oi on Friday, whore he will b days later. Egypt ""' Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Sen. Walter F George, '""''' '>>• Ihe U.S. Navy, as well as to the Mixed ranking Democratic member of this committee. Sen Wilej expn ed n Krv W j 8t _? fflc '* ls : M, U h u Dr. Nahun Coldr.tann it ii' ission, Meanwhile I to the United s. \ Council. The Se' ist scs-ion or | i ii Armistice Com i' the "But Galim" %  p (J its agenda, 1 : filibustered against I •... complaint. ... ii Armistice Com Im.iilv opened its hearing f • complaint, the toproposed .1 rosolu|r tat i that the Egyptian groundless and house told The Jewish Floridian sympathy, Lhe delegation Cflport. I. He expressed the hope thai there „,.„ ,„. „.,.,„ wouId rt lurn to Mi afternoon for New Orleans so that would be a prompt and equitable settlement of the long-pending claims, ami in time to depart Saturday he could be present at the International Trade Mart, Earlier, phone calls to Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro and Miami Mayor Abe Aronovit/ t ii aled that both city officials h i I been invited t" attend the recep tii n at the Austrian Consul's South Miami home. The Miami Beach city manager's office, speaking for sentations by Jewish groups that Mayor Shapiro who was out of the convention be shitted to an town at a municipal convention in other place because oi Camelback's Tampa and who is scheduled to restricted policy. leave tor Philadelphia Friday eve When that happened. Camelning 1" be presenl at the Ameriback's man .gindirector, Jack can Municipal Association ConvenGoldstein, Brownell Refuse Reservations At Restricted Arizona Accomodations %  NEW YORK New York's Attor nej General Nathaniel I. Gold stein this week served notice .ii 1 >n the National Association "t Attor I \|>t to release the nt y> (;, m r;i | that he has refused w. Colonel Carl G. I accommodations at the hotel se >. "I Denmark, chairman | ee ted for its annual convention gyptian Mixed Armncx( month in protest against that immission, voted in favor i establishment's discriminatory n 'hition. and was joinguest policy. U. S. Attorney General Herbert Brownell. Jr., also revealed he will not register or live at Camelhack Inn. Phoenix, Ariz., when he speaks at the convention. Mr. Brownell's sentiments were expressed in I telephoned state ment from Deputy Attorney Gen eral William P. Rogers to Henrj Edward Schullz. national chairman of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Brownell is cur rentlv out of the country and had individual if I condoned this apparently hypocritical policy." Instead. Mr. Goldstein will seek accommodations m another Phoenix hotel. His charge of a "hypocritical by the Israel dele a majority vote vote pigypl introduced a rcsolu sir Israel of violating the Nations Armistice Agreesending one of its ships J-ptian territorial waters. contention in that rosolutli.it the Suez Canal la an D" water way. Col. Bargained from voting on Mution, while Lsrael voted thus inflicting a second pon Egypt's delegation at meeting. policy" was a reference to conflictStewart, wrote Attorney !!•_ %  statements from Camelback's Jones, the convention host; management. The hotel first prom"The embarrassing position this Ised Attorney General Ross Jones pi acea y ( u [ n has hastened us lo of Arizona "a change in our polma y c a change in our policy at icy." Later, it advised the Anti-Do Camelhack Inn. which we have famation League of B'nai B'rith ()c( n thinking of for a considerable that "our policy in guest selection |,. ng th of time. We have long will remain the same as it has been thought it was not right to have in the past." any discrimination, and we are cerThe League, which made public (alnly against discrimination in the Mr. Goldstein's letter to Mr. Cook. ij n j tP ,| States, -aid that Camelhack has a long es"Henceforth, from this date will tablished policy of refusing, with ^ r( fruin from using the objecaccommodations General '' on indicated that the Mayor "received an official invitation." Mayor Aronovits' office at Dinner Key reported that "he plans to drop by for a few minutes." Mr. Whitehouse told The Jewish Floridian that Dr. Raab's brief sojourn to the United States will be shortened "because the Chancellor must go to Canada for a state visit." Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the Committee for Jewish Claims Against Austria and chairman of the Jewish tionable restricted clientele' tor rare exceptions, to Jewish guests. The issue arose following repro Continued on Page IA Agency executive, charged late Continued on Page 8 A previously accepted an invitation to be the principal guest speaker charges Joynbee 'Hist ory With Defamation at the meeting of the association. Mr Rogers said he would accom pany Mr. Brownell to the conven lion but that he also had not ac I cepted accommodations at tno I Camelhack Inn. Mr. Goldstein is scheduled to Rabbi Kirshblum Reelected Mizrachi President ITY (W'NSt—T h e which Rabbi Kirshblum also charged contained a "defamation" of Israel ami the Jewish people ATLANTIC ;i4th annual national convention of the Mizrachi Organization of Amer concluded here with the reelec views with an appeal on humanitarian grounds to "the leaders of the Arab peoples" to undertake imential report. Rabbi mediate programs of constructive |iir.siu<'in allocation i"i %  •— tend the convention, he would not ^ ^^ ^.^j^ed in Israel unregister or live at Camelhack M y lirac hl aegll cause T could not retain my sen belief that former president Truman "will find a better final judgrespect as an American and as an ^^ ^ £()rmcr prudent -Marry S. Truman thanking Rabbi More than 800 delegates heard a ment in history than Dr. Toynbees • description ol the former president In This Week's Issue \Holhanitl CeMitera At the UN leeks Cencert Stage Ce.kine Glekel Skerts Hellyweed Mindlin %  parti Tercentenary Walking ten Sceae tT^rT l M^. President Eisenhower, in a message, congratulated the organization on its "completion of its fortieth year of spiritual, educational and civic endeavors." Former President Truman, in concentration camps one of the t h a nking Rabbi Kirshblum for his chief motives was expediency." protest, declared in a statement to Rabbi Kirshblum coupled his at the convention that "historians as a Missouri politician philanthropist in whoso eagerness to assist .n't efforts as president for l 11( .| The evaluation appeared in the final volumes of Arnold J. •bee "Study of History,", tack on the British historian's 1 are given to name-calling.



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PAGE 2 A PjenisHloricUar FRIDAY, National Hadassah Chairman to be Honored at Bond Tea on Friday Mrs Alexander Simson, NationFormerl> board m< .nbey of Hi al Hadassah chairman. State oi Isdamn. MrSimson *~jb* |Jt rael Bonds, will be guest ol honor president oi the New York I hapter at a tea given by MrMax We.tz of Hadassah. Her lathe. ..r^an.ze. on Fndav. Nov. 26. 1 30 p.m.. : in Max Wi I MrAh K..-IM n (en). .r lir-t (hen 'harm YOU SUFFER rM / #W NEURALGIA Fashion Show Duo Eleanoi Rvosevell i hapter of l?n^rWII^^Mk*w"wAl^hJiiiit a 1, paskjaQtafi* >HHyj44 rfgr^na: phony." in the Biltmore room of the Biltmore Terrace hotel on Wednesday. Dae I, at 8:30 p.m. CJOihea Irom KSNIP Roemer. of Miami Beach, and Maternity Fair. of Miami. Miami Beach and Fort Laaderdale, will be modeled by members. Chairman is Mrs Berton YaKoda. and co-chairman is Mrs. David Goldenberg. V" '"Wl leata Call 24 •177, The Aristocrat of Teas Neumns FAST RELIEF w.rh The woy thousands of physicians and denfivfs recommend Hffff S WHY TO doctor* prese* I -'• cc*oi"i o* e bwt o (o-rhi^o'c" o* medically p'Cfd ac'xf mo/rd • nil No o'r'er prodJ 'fl f' *'OrT pa n of headache, <-..-%  re* w rolg'Q thon Anocin lot eH Bwy Anocntodoyi Unique Author Night Views Old Testament Times, Today old Testament days compared to modern times will be the topic of a Miami Public Library Honda Author Night in the Library auditorium on Dec 2, at 8 30 p.m. Featuring a -elected guc-t panel, consisting ol the Reverend Charles J Harris, pastor of the Holy Trin-1 it) Lutheran Church. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center; Joan Nielsen feature writer for the Miami Dail) New-: and Sam Cy-on. WWPB commentator, moderator. Florida Author Night will present Nathaniel Noraen Weinreb, author of 'The Babylonians," "The Sorceress" and "Esther," which ito be published thi-print;. Airs. A/eionder Jimjen Biltmore Play Prove Hit Theater Corned) and spice, always prime for suet essful thi at i e, an apparentl) proving true once according to nr-t night reac lion Tuesda) al the Biltmon Plaj Local thi lei witi ed the r.-turn ol lovel) Lisa Fi rrad i) to tmon French corned) hit, Her bord Lover And if the rest of the two-week run follows the pattern %  %  I opening night, producei llir-ch will have another winning • hew to Incredit Mi-Ferraday, who established a bdf office record at the Blllmore in her debut m "Glad Tidings," %  mce again thrills Billmore patrons with her outstanding acting ability. The Hungarian-horn actresportrays lli< ride of Simone. a French divorcee who is still in lose with her ex husband. The situations that ari-e during thilove affair add up to an enter taming night at the theater •'Her Cardboard Lover idi rected by Sid Casel). The comedy fir-t played on Broadway in 1927. with Jeanne Eagles and Leslie Howard in the starring rolelhe Biltmore presentation will run nightly, except Monday. through Dec B Matinees are held ever) SatunU) and Sunday at 2:30. NOT JUST TEA BUT TEA Extra Quality...More Cups Per [ DAY WORKERS S5 t S6 and Fart H0TEIS Colored Maids Porters RESTAURANTS Colored Dilhwothert DOMESTIC Colored Molds ACE EMPLOYMENT 117 N E. 1st Avi. Pn. I |K7 No Charge to Employer S. •!. I i --•!man J and 1 FOR CHANUKAH in Israel, kindle a neiv light in their eyes with a welcome gift of food send them Gift Scrip for $10, $15, $20, $25 and $50, for their choice of kosher foods in our Israel gift shops .. .or Parcel Certificates for your choice of six ready-packed assortments $10.50, S1A.50. $19.50. $22.50 and $26.50 M. It>|l.iiii HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Woihmqton At., Miami teach Between fourth and fifth Sfi. HiBRIW REUGIOUS SUPPUIS for Synagogues and Private Ute AIM for Hebrew Schools Telephone S9017 I'StAtl CItr If ICATIS ( £^ SERVICE ••.ISRAEL authorized agtncies SIMON SIIDIN, 502 S.W. 17th Are., Tel. 12 5410 TtAYH. SIRVKE, 141 NX 3rd Ave., Tal. 27*31 350 Lincoln Road Metianine — Phone 5-5418 Entrance! on Washington ATO. O C U L I S T8 Preacriptiona FUlad Lena** and Framea Dupliccrtad Large Selection la Lcrtaert Stylaa CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI III Tlie most valuable possession oi Riverside is tne good will of the families we serve. ivcrsi-i MEMORIAL CHAPEL,:" FUNERAL DIHtCTOl* Parking TW0 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MUmi*** 1236 WaihiDgW"' pfcaaaJ-JTr/^ IAHCI •If*'" .ii BJBaW %  A* Miami Wt Flagler ft 20th Ave. /•Aevie 9-2644 aowAaa T. NEWMAN, Funeral Dircctar IN NEW YOM: 7*lh Street aaooKLVN • aavaani • **"• rtu-*



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L NOVEMBER 26, 1954 bi Chill Named Spiritual Leader jeth Jacob; Reception Set Dec. 1 .,_;... i hill of New York, % %  *— _—. *Je*islincri(iian PAGE 3 A Aklva Chill. o£Nw York, m engaged as spiritual load,,,,„„ Beth Jacob. Miac l, jt was announced this | b> Morris B. Frank, presi,i Chill conducted services [congregation during the reKgh Hoi) Days. (spiritual leader received his Von from the Mirrer Veshiva fusalem, IsraeL Born in ivn Ne v,,rk ne atten,,cd Lshn.i I" 1 "' 1 !! Vodaath until L| which time he went to to continue his Talmudic fcbinical studies at the Mir%  hiva. \, chill wa in Poland in. L|, en ii was invaded by Ger, On the advice of Rabbi Elifenkel Dean ol the Mirrer J ;l (hi Rabbi left Poland and %  Riga. Latvia, there to await [come nf the invasion. |Citj of Mir, which was on tsian border with its world theological seminary, was jceupied by the invasion of |s>i;m armies. This Yeshiva L onlj one to escape from ; Itu Lithuania in its entirety. • than return to the United i [Rabbi Chill chose to rejoin I Jool in itwanderings in or-; %  cotitniiK' his studies. In May, | |h, returned to the United In continue his rabbinical ) Iculur studies 1 Mirrer Yeshiva was finally! j in Jerusalem. In 1947. | Finki 1 and other leading ] of the Seminary were on a to the United States, and j fai this time that Rabbi Chill : fed his ordination. utended the City College of fork, where he received hi. |or nf Arts degree, and was ed to the membership of the : Science Society. He is a |r: ol the Rabbinical Alliance pica, the Rabbinical Council krica. national orthodox rabRabbi Meschcloff Again Heads National Fund Council Rabbi Moses Meseheloff .was Wednesday evening reelected to serve as president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami at a meeting held by the '"•I Council in the Blackstone hotel. Named vice presidents were aniel Broad, Ehiel Lesowoder Abraham Mason, i i. Mintzer and Sophie Seeman. Other officers include Sam Sehachno, financial secretary: Milton Miller, treasurer; Beulah Davis, recdrding secretary; l.||„ (;,,,-.. asistanl recording secretary; Jacob Pishman, comptroller Executive committee members are Joseph Alter, Benjamin Appel, Bookspan, Archie Goodwin. s*v u-t Ida Kabbi Metes Mesche/oH Sam to be Shown Might of the executive comImeeting ol the Florida State %  tion "i B'nai B'rith Lodges Ihelil ..I the San Juan hotel, on Saturday and Sunday tliifirsl statewide showing [color motion pictures of the knual Florida B'nai B'rith |te "i Judaism held at Juno •t summer. The film was |b> Burnetl Both and will be (I bj Tobias Simon, chairOf thi Florida State B'nai litutes ol Judaism ComRabbi Altiva Chill binical organization. He is al member of the New Yurk Hoard oi Rabbis. He served the Fast 51st St synagogue of Manhattan, the Cartarel Community Center, of New Jersey, and the Jewish Center of Highbridge in the Bronx and has been active in the Zionist movement, as well as other national, civic and j Jewish fraternal organizations. Congregation Beth Jacob, the i first synagogue established on Miami Beach and one of the largest orthodox synagogues in the State of Florida, iaffiliated with the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations and has established the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrulh Rabbi Chill is executive director. In making the announcement. Frank said it was "our hope and prayer that Congregation Beth Jacob will continue to maintain the high standards which we have established through the years as the first congregation of Miami Beach, that under the leadership of Rabbi Chill we will pursue a true program of education, culture and religion to inspire and stimulate the heartand minds of the men, worn en and youth of our community." Rabbi and Mrs ChiU will be honored guestat a meeting ol the Sisterhood "i Congregation Beth Jacob welcoming the newly elected .spiritual leader on Wednesday eve n;ng. Dec 1. in the synagogue. A special program has been planned for the occasion, it was announced by Mrs. Louis Shafkin. president. Miriam Press, Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan and Ida "Vessel The election meeting also cited Prosterman, honorary life! president, for his work with J.NF's cial reports, and Lesowoder, for his radio project report during the report on the deliberations of the past year j nominating committee. Others cited include Sehachno, for his presentation and analysis of the annual and monthly Iman Taxpayers Meet Members of the Taxpayers Association of Dade County will meet Friday at 4:30 p.m. in the Taxpayeroffices in the Pacific bldg. President Marco Loffredo and executive director Troy Haigler will present resolutions to be dislual bazaar to take place cugsed regarding the handling of county taxes by the Dade County Israelite Center Lists Functions Dora Slein Sisterhood of the Israelite (enter is making final plans in Dec. at which time the P.T.A. will conduct a gala carnival on Center grounds. Young Judaea group under the leadership of Mrs. Estelle Wiens'.ein and A. Kashioff have changed their meeting night from Wednesday to Monday each week, at 7:30 p.m. Board of education of the Israelite Center will begin the Adult Port Authority. Religion, Ethics Film Subject "Religion and Ethics" will be the subject of the films shown at the Miami Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 30. 8 p.m. They are the November presentations of Film Council of America at the library Education Classes on Dec, 2. Coup-; whjch is nne of its preview centers in Florida, and are shown to delegates from organizations to help them plan programs. es will he given in elementary Hebrew and Bible, Customs and Ceremonies. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will instruct all classes. No Relations With Bonn Sharett JERUSALEM (WNS) — Premier Moshe Sharett. addressing Knesset as it concluded its foreign policy debate, declared that there was no proposal before his Cabinet about future diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany. Mr. Sharett. who voiced sati-l


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PAGE 4 A >i*iU,n*r*Man __FRIDAY. vjemstflcitfiari %  >ullahad avary Friday tine* Htr by tha Jiwlih FlonOun at 12C N. E Sixth Strcat. Miami 1t. FiarUa Entered ai aecond-clata matter July 4, 1*30, at ttit Pott Office of Miami. Fla under the Act of March 1. '" The Jewiah Floridian haa abaorbed the Jewiah Unity • nd the Jewiah Weekly. Member of tha Jewiah Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arte Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service. National Edita>>al Aaaoojation. Amir. ican Aaaociation ot Engheh-Jewiah Newapapera. Florida Pren Aaaociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News "Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. 2-lMlj2-8312 rht j, w ,, h n,.rld,ii *0a BOI >,-,.. ..Ir.-t-ir K.ah•"-' In lla columna. I s, s u One Year SCKIPTION PATES: ej oo Two Veara t*0C Fnday, November 26. 1954 Volume 28 Number 47 Kislev 1. 5715 IM-. Il.i.ih ViaUm .Miami Dr. Julius Raab. Chancellor of Austria, was in the Miami area Thursday and leaves here Friday for a short trip to Key West, where the U.S. Navy plans to honor him. According to our local Austrian Consul, Dr. Raab's visit has been designed to take him on a tour of the community's main points of interest. Greater Miami leaders were at a reception welcoming the Austrian Chancellor following his arrival here Thursday by plane. Dr. Raab's official visit comes at a time when American Jewish leaders have been pointing out to the State Department Austria's negligence in dealing with reparations for Jewish survivors of Nazi violence there. These leaders, headed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Committee on Jewish Claims, aptly emphasize that the demand for SI2,000,000 in reparations represents merely a fraction of the estimated S200.000.000 in losses which Austrian Jewry sustained folio 1 .' Anschluss. the face of this basic and reasonable recues: for justice, they SGy, Dr. Raab and the Austrian Pa.-. stead, pushed for erial settlement ot property and pension s made :zis — many of them %  rials, rtter of rec. as late as Sep: ewer Allied Council. 'tes as a represenative mem re proposal. Dr. Raab • merit to discover means %  veto. I heirless claims •c-" Jew sm would be gesture compared with Bonn's pres-50G.000.000 program of reparations to Israel. It seems to us. nonetheless, that such a gesture would go a long way toward plac.r.g Dr. Raab and his aovernmer.t stionqly on the s.ce of the West and its humanitarian ideals %  Yiliiii*kv SU.is Dade County B TB seal sale is now in progress. Many Miam.ans have already received TB seals by mail and returned theu contributions to the worthy sponsorina organization. At the advent of the coming holiday season and with the spirit of Thanksgiving day still in our memories, it would be well for us to consider the continuing need for our community, as well as for others throughout the nation to kS agamSl lh€ dread dlse se of tubercuThe history of the virtual conquest of TB is ho^? inq ne Ma y are lhe 'uberculosis hospitals and institutions that are daily q:vina increas.ng amounts of theu energy to the battle bT,oo?h a 7 h er k ,,ler cance Bu < i5 be foolhardy for us .o believe that tuberculosis dued m a, r enCmy f man ,S com Pleely sur> TB activities in Dade County include health education lectures, aid to and rehabiutatio? of tuberculosis v.c.ims and purchase of coatlv x-ray equipment for installat.on a, local SLet us remember that Florida's four state tuberculosis institutions still house i 729 2, tients. of which 369 are from the Dade ore^ ^SS^SH t ha T B h BS leader in conjunction with China lobbvi-t AliredTV^ 1 1 committee to combat communism Gilbert. JJ Concerning the latter. Judge Polier said that 4m right to and must resist the threat of s„h\, ,., VP V^S resistance should not. in turn, destr.iv the vm t7* %  liberty we espouse. "I regret to My, lhe .xp'la.nert **' tear >>f communism, our justifiable concern with orni "** can way of life, has been so exploited that we are tSS. 1 / misfits .,nl dishonorable practices in the name of MI? f\ In this regard. Judge Polier suggested that the reWt. j throughout the free world was recently raised bv th partisan recommendation of a Senate committee "that MRM! Upper House to censure Sen. Joseph R Met arthv WE. NOTED a healthy change in the climate of a** Judge Polier said, a change subsequently reinforced bvSeni declaring that the Senate was an "unwitting dupe of'tbeOa! even as he. himself, stood before the bar of justice Ac2_ energetic women's leader, wife of Shad Polier rrumal AJCongress executive committee, and daughter of ih/T Stephen Wise, this hopeful turn of events irurrenth int of being muddled by Rabbi Schult/. uh activil committee to combat communi.m now extremely untenable position. An ordained -pintual leader who has not held the paJ lion i"r years, he now surround? himself w^i-'Jj i S political life in support of a nan in high office -anT tinuea to denj the voting public infi on hw hhg lo bank man) Umei bis earnings u the J %  ''"rfnai and how he reconciles his acceptanci corporation while representini the uiten • U ho is this Rabbi Schultz 0 '' Ju -I me.i own question: "He. who has organised ll irchoefsL. te censure, who introduci d i I of the comic team. Cohn and Pvt Schine traveli in traeca As master of ceremonies at a recent function -upportingSa.| Rabbi Schultz found in his audience Hamilton Fish when thNazis threatened the free world th.it former Ira from Docbeaa County %  New York Whose name remain:atv| other reason than President Roosevelt's famous epithet, anil Pish." and Robert H Harriss. of QueencottOB broker all advisor for years to F'ather Coughlin "THERE WAS also the gbost of Burton K Wheeier W remarked, •'who had associated biSBseif imquesuoaably rtj Semites of the Coughlin era." This is Rabbi Scbuhztkti cently thr'atened to sue Judge Polier and who iometoboai( in Miami next Thundaj evening at the U miun s Club and.) implication, to pay homage to S-n Hc< irth) 1 had occasali tn addresi a War Veterans' Post on the Beach, where I n i "meritorious service" an great glorv iti this public i cause afti r all. Rabbi s<-hult/ testimonial I eil young man whose incredible legal coui ''affledSet Wi ion-Hi ..nd whose anticwith a II..i rbojr._P*| Kurop, basmirehed the honor of our aatii '" %  hmwi nd to decline In the wake of hidel ated child'segoaf : -hurt yaan JUDGE POLIER'S reference to Cbai ndl0 visit in the I nittfd Stutew..s tatte and iharp Thi? nat Austrian caaaal here laid BM se veral (ayi :iibeho 1 I 9 NaVJ in Kev West on Krirlav. hadads Ited hl-offKtW tinatinin every wa> fMissible on the mallei m doint WJJ still l>. done for the Jewish victims of Na/i-m in hicoaan Polier told me that Chancellor Raab ruu MNigM t %  JJ point ol a bsur di t y legitimate Jewish reparations i -..m. time seeking to provide th' rastoratii i not onb to former Italia but to N../, n.ii'dufani The (haneeilorvisit here is particularl* '""' r ^ST to \in. i M .i u representative of a nation which harecfi billion dollarin economic aid from our uov.-rnment sne elusion of World War II f)r Raab s line iI -imple one-"" iitself I victim of Nazism and that the Jewish reque.-t million dollarfor heirless and —claimed |>n>pert>. estimated at two hundred million dollar:i Usl h > ,h ''_ all Au-tt,,,ti-offered from the onslaught ol ll'iir Genwe^ This. ,,| course, flies La the face of In-' ,jC welcomed Anschluss with open arms, auept I min ,r j| followwm the Julv 25. 1934 murder in the I hanceUM Dollfuai when i .,-,• ist lliiaanlhil still i '" i h tweea the Hitler regime and what would -„!.-c|U.-ntl> Powers, moved to guarantee Prince Starhenibcrg. v that he would stand behind Austrian Independent*-^ But app.,ietitl> Dr Raab need not worn •' h, u '^ ithe legislation enacted by his government.' Jud *'.stood, calling for reparations to former Nazis and t* j| the four power Allied Control Council vetoed in AUP** d w.,Raab. again, who one month later delivered an awj-g thai the Austrian government would take steps to t ,! !" "L^|, veto He is one man. I am certain, who would not t* ^ to the Roy Cohn Rabbi Schultz'dinner Thursday. to attend.



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fjnVEMBER 191954 +Je*lstfh*Mi*n km Concu onclave L.rsTake Their PfaH In r, ,„ uill be the theme Ey-wide enclave of the Ic'lubsponsored by the L,,,,., Jewish Community [Sunday, Dec. 12. at the nch. Natives of 32 teen age (he (enters various [and extension programs %  up a xries of planning t-'in carry oul the event. lasl week as co-chair|ih,conclave were Mike Jt li council chairman at Branch, and Sig Dayan. the same post %  the kill I committee for the I work out a plan jihe appearanee of prom(munit) leaders and pub\-. ., n 'I f"r a series of in which an anticipated delegate* will exI problems affecting [activities and their ideas munitj life. kference will begin at 1 will include a dinner |i be followed by a dance which will be ping with the obil i in American Jewish PAGE 5 A Auxiliary to Mark Jewish Book Month Jewish Book Month will be marked by ihe breater Miami Women's Auxiliary, .Jewish Home for the Aged, at a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 12:30 p.m., in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. • inc.i speaker will be Rabbi Morris Skop, Coral Cables Jewish Mrs. Lillian Nelson, pianist and singer, will also be heard in a musical program. Hostesses include the Mesdames Joseph Aerbook. William AgraDOVe, Joseph Alter. Daniel Broad, David S. Denner, Morris Dubler, Jack Entitle, Pauline Goaa, Sarah S. Center spiritual leader, who will .Czech, Abraham Orovitz, S. B. discuss Louis Zara's novel, "BlessSchlesinger, Jack Udell, Sydney L. ed is the Land." UVmtraub and Joseph Weiss. Teonage conclave planners meet to map out final plans of the program to be sponsored by the thirty-two youth groups of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday, Dec. 12. Committee representatives aie 'left to right) Nancy Taubsr. Flagler-Granada Center; Mike Clein, Beach Branch youth council chairman: Barbara Soitlin. representing the Town Pranch youth council; and Steven Meyer, Corul Gables lewish Center. School Leaders nter Haven Meet ni representatives of prill.throughout the State have been invited to' L al Rollins College. |i\. n. Dee 3 and 4. :being sponsored County Private •nution for the puricussing the formation of le HI', anization. Imud, president of the bp. said this week that \ i mally presented to Bailey, State SuperinPublic Education, at a i "and the Winter i being held with I iliis meeting will lishmenl of a state kite -i hools association i ignition by the Jonor Day' ieth David |! Da) at Beth Da i Sunday, Nov. 28. l hi aded by Charles 11 ured ii" pledges Beth David Men's it li give a pint of i ;ill tor contacting | personally and ask f pate. on Ipresident of the i A joint committee of d and P.T.A. headed Ml Sher and Mrs. Max Iwill act as hostesses to at the brunch. Hungarian Club Auxiliary Schedules Saturday Dinner Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hungarian-American Jewish Club of Miami Beach will hold a Thanksgiving festival at the Kenny Auditorium, 1835 Bay rd., on Saturday evening. Nov. 27, at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m.. a program of soloists and dramatists will be presented and will include Miss Sally Reynolds, coloratura soprano; Cantor Philip Brummer. tenor: Joseph Nemeth, comedian; Jacque Cohen, concert violinist; Miss Ruth Brotman, soprano: Michael Vince. dramatist: and Miss Paulette Erenyi. Hungarian folk singer. Creetings will be extended by John Starr, president of the Hungarian-American Jewish Club. Mrs. Samuel (ireenberger will extend a welcome on behalf of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Rabbi Machtei Again Elected Association Treasurer Rabbi S. M. Machtei, vice presi dent of Mount Nebo Cemetery, was reelected treasurer of the Florida .Cemetery Association at the annual meeting of the state body held in St. Petersburg last week. Other officers elected are Fred | B. Mohle. of Jacksonville, president: J. E. Nelson. Jr. Pensacola. first vice president; Blaine Howell, Tampa, second vice president: and Clifford Coffin, Daytona Beach. ecretary. Judge Milledge to Speak Open house will be held by the Chicago club on Sunday evening. 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium, 10th st. and Alton rd.. Miami Beach. According to Irving Schat/.man, president, Judge Stanley Milledge will be guest speaker. Harvest Hop Sunday Young Adult Croup of Temple F.manu-F.I will hold its third annual harvest hop on Sunday. Nov. 28. at it p.m.. in the social hall of the Temple, announced Irvine Scherr. i president. Chairman of the social l committee, Debbie Graboyes, is be1 ing assisted with arrangements for j the event by Eileen Goldberg, Dave Goldfine, Paul Kwitney, Maurice | Mason. Harriet Pollane and Joyce 1 Karp. 230 ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO., INC. N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA wishes to announce that Herman Pearl and Sheldon Dearr are no longer connected with our Company II ^ arseillcs HOTEL ill. 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We are offering for a limitti time (until December 20fh;.2forl Come for dinner, and bring your guest, as our guest, at no extra cost MAKE YOUR RESERVATION FOR FRIDAV NITE TRADITIONAL DINNER For Reservations call early: 58-5710 III HASSEJTS RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN CORNEO BEEF and PASTJMMf SANDWICHES • Complete Luncheons from 85c Complete Dinners from 1.35 BANQUET AND PRIVATE DINING ROOM AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC FOR SOCIAL AND CARD PARTIES 3727 S.W. 8th Street On the Trail Phone 83-0856 liV| L%b 5 Coffee Shop .0 Popular Prices OPENING DECEMBER 1st DAVID lOWEl'S # Air Conditioned Centrally Hooted Dietary Lows strictly observed icvs HOTEL POOL CABANAS WHERE SUPERLATIVE KOSHER DINNERS ARE %  AMIDST A DISTINCTIVE ATMOSPHERE OF CHARM AND CULTURE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW TMI WT M KOSHER POOW KOSHER RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN A Unique Ixmaritnte in Dining Pleasure Complete 7 Course Dinners (Ireo Wine, Seltzer and Knishes) from $1.50 Delicatessen to Take Home 1141 WASHWfJOH AVE. 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PAGE 6 A + t**A,,.„ York; Richard Rose ol Miami honor; Mrs. Joseph Harris, ol HiReach: Murraj Dubbin, ol Miami: ami Beach Mrs David Pass of AtLewis tnsbacher. of Jacksonville; MrRobert Lewison r, ol Miami Beach. ami; Mi-Marilyn L'nger of New Leo nar d Treister. of Miami Beach; I Mrs Leonard Ti d Irving Wolf, ol Miami Beach \ • iwore formal attire Miss Willis Chooses Chantilly Lute down Chantilly lace and peau de soie fashioned the gown Mis* Beatrice Willis wore for her weeding Sunday She became the bride of David Allen Bell of Fort Lauderdale. in a 4 p.m ceremony in the home of i; •bbi Simon April. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrv Irving Willis. 3521 SW Her father gave her in 16th ter marriage Sequin med the DavM P aras Mrs. Umtdict SWvtrmmn ; Miai ich \ : ..-• %  ndanU a r full • %  -. bodices, ti i Stole Their n 1rhej rried Vmericai • %  %  itj ; %  •••' %  11 fun ng "lit in a • Morris Cohens was Wend) Sue -ii ;.... j n Mi.imj Ol New York M,r earned a "<> U\C 111 sHUUM bride's maidbouquet embroidered lace tnm.-ciKip neckline of the bfide'l princess style gown which she wore with a lace demi jacket. Her shoulder-length veil of French illusion fell from a seed pearl headpiece She carried Bible topped with a white orchid. Miss Pearl June Willis was her sisteronly attendant. She wore a bronze gown of tissue silk chain hrav A three-quarter sleeved duster trimmed with velvet topped the sheath type dress. Wcdding dinner at Top o' Columbus followed the ceremony. Mr Bell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bell. Fort Lauderdale. f ge miniature and wore i white organd) dress with pink under-hp gathered into ri d -kirt hen Wise He won M navj -ilk %  I Mr Mi Jack Ru Mrs •.: icon Mr a n Luggach, Chicago; Mr ai 'i Mrs Keevi Pass Ml I Pass Mrs A Becker, ol Atlanta 1 hi young married couple are honeymooning in Mexico and upon New York Mr Cohen, the -on ol Mr and Mrs i ph Cohen. New York, re ceived his bachelor and law degrees from University of Miami He ia member of the Florida Bar After %  motor tour of the Eastern *' fMtct WenU, Kim ice Wrinkle's Betrothal Revel The engagemtsj g| The n.wlymarned couple will live Weinkle • %  Mr HoW 1 at 409 SE 17th st. after Nov. 25. %  is being announced bji cnts. Mr and MrCari.L 5045 I„,K. %  II A d r \| ltt| | 1 Mr Shorr is the -on n MrNathaniel D Shorr, I Hills, v i York Miss Weinkle atteatall Stati i • rsitj and ife] -Ity ol V Mr Shi :: was ^rjdutl toe i T.rJ Hampsh n -,'1 from the! van i.. lege He scrvi : in thMa(j during the Korean cmftirl i Mr Shi n .issociatefasl lath. Ini Th, Ail; takeptadj 30. 18 return plan to reside in Coral Ga state-, the couple will make their bles i home in Miami Mn. Ami* R. Wrist Miss Both Weds Arnie Weiss With (irandmother's Ring The wedding ring ol the bride's grandmother was the ring Arnie R Weiss put on the finger ol Jackie Roth when the) were married at the Saxony hotel. Nov. 7 Rabbi I-aac Ever performed the afternoon ceremony which was fol I wed bj a reception at the hotel, I be bride is the daughter ol Mr • d MrAI Ruth. 4365 Michigan Miami Beach Mr Weiss il the -on ol Mr am Mrs. Al Weiss, 1225 SW 31 ct Ml ai ii The bride, a graduate of Miami BeaCh High School, was gi\en in i ..mage by her parents Ronc> Kurie was maid of honor. The bride's listers, Sandy Hope and Arlene Mel. were flower girls Jerry Burns was best man The bridegroom, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, also at-1 ff t< nded the University of Florida. He is now employed by the Miami Daily News Obersteins Announce Alines Marriage To .lay Mitchell, Couple on Honeymoon Here Mr and MrJoseph Oberstein. Huntington. LI. uncle of the 1051 Mkhigan are., Miami Beach, groom Maid of honor waBarbara announce the marriage of their Zed. of Miami Beach daughter. Aline, to Jay M. Mitchell. Mimi Joan Oberstein. -i-ter of -on of MrGertrude Dunner. Mithe bride, acted as junior maid of ami, and the late Ephraim Mitchell, honor. on Saturday evening. Nov 13. The bride selected a ballerinaRabbi Leon Kroni.sh. of Temple length gown of gray chantilly lace Beth Sholom. united the couple in over two layers of bluish pink marriage in a double ring cerehulle. The bodice was of chantilly monj A wedding dinner at the lace with inserts of finely shirred Algiers hotel followed the cerePink tulle. The bride carried a monj Bible on which was a white orchid ... with streamers of white satin enBe.t man was Jack l.ipman. of ,„.:_„j „ ., t twined with pale pink rosebuds Weinstein Betrothal The engagement of Esther Weinstein and David Krubiner is announced here by father of the future bride Isador Weinstein. 1055 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, and Red Bank. N.J. Mr. Krubiner lives at 879 SW 3rd -st. The couple will be married on Dec. 25 in Miami Beach and will make their home here The bridesmaid's dress was of blue silk organza, and she carried an old fashioned bouquet of pink roses Mimi Oberstein wore a dre— Of blue taffeta with a white bodice. and -he carried a nosegay of pale pink rosebuds %  MrOberstein selected a bout fant dre— of black velvet and taffeta apphqued in Pink. She wore an orchid corsage. The groom's mother. Mrs Dun ner. chose a dress of blue brocade. the bodice of which wasequtoed trimmed She wore an orchid cot %  aft Both the bride and groom attended the University of Florida Mr Mitchell's social fraternity is Alpha Kp-ilon Pi. Mr Mitchell is now with the Sig nal Corps at Camp Gordon. Ga. The couple are spending their honev moon in Miami Beach Arlmor Mrs. Jy M. MifdMlJ Michael J. Margolis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar golis. 1672 Daytonia id.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov. 27, 10:45 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kromsh will officiate. Michael, a student in Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. Solomon Bur Mitzvah Bar Mitzvah of Daniel Solomon, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Solo mon. 7985 Hawthorne ave Miami Beach, will take place Saturday Morning. Nov. 27. at the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Daniel in a student at North Shore Jewish Center religious school and is a Junior Rabbi at youth service.-. NetaawW Uear I Reception to Ho Nathaniel Law Nathaniel Laucr. soti Mrs. Aaron S Lauer, 3431 ave.. Miami Beach, si Bar Mit/\,.h on Saturdjjl November 27 at the Hebw| emy Rabbi Alexander S officialHr Sidney B. I Professor of History University, uncle ol the I I vah. will address the Bal Nathaniel am the Ml to start the Academy 11 %  ception -even and a h*tf ja i He 1an honor stuiat| '• eighth grade and i> | the Academy's student 1 Mr. Lauer, hifather, si 'ihe pioneerand foundffll, Hebrew Academj and is < Isupervisor and recordist! 'of the Acs Ii my Father" Mrs Lauer who at' ithe board ol directoRl Academy Women. !*< financial -e. retary of ters of I Relativeand fnrt*| Lauer family wminjJM Beach for the Bar MitmM are Udor Lauer, W Mr. and MrJ*P n n es H. Hoenig. Aaron Sidney B Hoenlf*"* timus Follow,,., the ser.*>! tion and kiddu-h i ] the Academy **"* Mitzvah Uury FedtfBfl Mitzvah SatuiJ l^arrrFedar.saadjC N „ Feder JfT *ff dr.. Man„ Beach_ jj", Mitzah during SajJ-l. MTVices ol Aga** V Ufctltllte ,;Rabb. I^' E v r na T er. will official' s> "^SryU..^, at Nautilus Juaior nw a.aaember of Ike I 6f Aiudatn Is** — A receptwo'"' 1 ". honor will folio* % 



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NO vrMBE H26. 1954 *!dmUiJhridUMj PAGE 7A 0 t(c Kdelman lu ne Wedding gcnont of their daugh5 ,„. is announced this !r a ni Lido dr., Miami dp-, fiance i Morne K. „| Mr ;ind Mrs. Wilflboru 1335 Cleveland rd.. each Hole are now planning to | e ri some time in June. [dberg is associated with r in aeronautical supply Lion. Marks lied in New York hl i,i.i of the year, new Howard Murkscs will to live, They were \ 13 in New York. ,„!,. |be former Sally Cyf s the daughter of Mr. and I imon, 279 SW 18th i Ljdegroom, Howard Marks. L Mr. and Mrs. David t( Sew York. r j,l,. a graduate of Miami lool, bad Mix Connie Seiridal attendant. Rosenberg was nest man. il the couple is living York ISO! I rmation I HI. son of Mr. and triLevinson, 529 15th |, te his Bar Mitzvah 27, it Temple i.l Rabbi Irving Henry Wernick antor Philip Brumii iin eighth grade \i Fisher Junior %  i;. member of iii school of TernI |Grimberg, Rudolph Exchange Vowa Anita Grbnberg and Al Rudolph, both of Miami Beach, were united in marriage Nov. 12. Judge Harold Spael affiliated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Elsie Grimberg, of Miami Beach Mr Rudolph bj Pool Manager of the Monaco Motel in Miami Beach. Mike Wassail and Irving J. Levitt were hosts at a reception at the motel Atter i wedding trip to Nassau, the Rudolphs will reside at his home. 9541 East Bay Harbor dr. ison to Head Ernes Group I i w 11 this week |pi.'-ili:it of Anshe Ernes It ion sfficers named at a reguUi lude A M. Zimmerpresident; Hyman econd vice president; Jonisecretary; and Max lid. treasurer. include Sam Kitman, B. an I Meyer Shapiro. 11 Albert Cotzin, with I itz acting as second Party Monday ip of Hadassah will lir i party at the Algiers hoifternoon Nov. 29, Mrs. Anna Helfat is PERSONALLY! SPEAKING Dr Albert E Rosenthal is now Convalescing al home after several weekill Mercy Hospital as a result of a heart attack. Dr. Rosen thai was forced to cancel his scheduled activities during the recent convention of the American Dental Association, where he was to have I acted as host, serving in the ca-] pacity Of president of the Florida East ("oast District Dental Society. if Mr. and Mrs Harold Shugar. of Baltimore. Md announce the birth of their son. Neal Ardan, Oct. 11. Mrs. Shugar is the former Anne Hertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hertz. 4526 I'metree dr.. I Miami Beach. • Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai announce the birth of their second grandchild, Susan Meredity VatI, born to their daughter. Mrs. Robert VatI, on Nov 10 in Pittsburgh Their iir-i grandchild, Jimmy, will he two years old on Nov. 28 d.E OAV WORKERS |1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE MM -MO' I btrt Phon* S-S401 OENBERO. Ov Mrs. Swartz Chairman Miami Beach Chapter. Bnai B'rith Women, will hold its monthly member-bring a-member dessert luncheon and card game on Wednesday. Dec. 1, 12 noon, at the Empress hotel. Mrs. Abraham Swartz is membership chairman. BAKERY "Hutter Makv* it Better" THI aajgjgf jNClfMfNTS TMI MST %  WU THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CAKES, BREAD AND ROLLS ON THE BEACH fAmOVS FOR 10G CHALLAHS WASHINGTON AYE. 57117 MIAMI BEACH rsccMrs la rtktt't) Sisterhood Plans Fashion Show Sisterhood of the North Dade Jewish Center will hold a fashion show and dance on Saturday, Nov. 27, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. The show will feature Inith women's and men's fashions. Women's clothing, which will range from resort clothes to a wedding ensemble, were designed and sewn by Sisterhood members Chairman of the affair is Mrs. J. Blustcin, with Mrs. William Born:* in charge of the program. Mrs. Af Rudolph Geismar to Speak Siegfried Geismar, local civic leader and retired attorney, will be guest speaker at a luncheon, meeting of Miami Beach Lodge, Bnai B'rith. on Tuesday. Nov. 30, 12 noon, at the Di Lido hotel. Mr. Geismar, an officer of the lodge, will discuss idle Thoughts of an. Idle Fellow." EDUCATION PIUS RfCfff ATION A WHOllSOMt COMBINATION QXFORDT# SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member of American Schools and Colleges Association %. urdines .. Suns/wu -2i.*vu ne nome or SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •reR. I' 8. ,MI. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH Ft. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH Kid Gloves j WE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SPECIALIZE IH THOSE HARD TO CLEAN ITEMS SUEDES, KNITTED-WEAR, COCKTAIL GOWNS and FORMALS All ARTICLES FUUT INSURED AND GUARANTEED (including buttons, belts, buckles and ornaments! EXCEL CLEANERS U 734 S.W. 22nd Ave. Dial 48-6691 fcS^:<5S*S*^*^*5S*^*>^*S*SS*S i A 1 11 r i n. I .• The Bar Mitzvah of Robert Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Goldberg, 1446 Lenox ave., will take place on Saturday, Nov. 27. at Temple Emanu-El. In the absence of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Henry Wernick will officiate. Cantor Philip Brummer will chant. Robert is a seventh grade student at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. kirndxtu mm* *vaa"t*r • a time %  *•• H m— dtt,ly ...recioted ; Weddings Buffets KOSHER CATERERS Bar Mitzvahs Garden Parties Si CATERING A CompUte Sen-Ice No Tarty Too Small — No Party Too Larse 77< |)-de Boulevard Miami Beach Phone 5-9932 If No Answer Call 84-:078 Under Rabbinical Supervision '.•CiV41' 5->S*SS*S?*S*^*^*SS*^ Complete Selection of LaaisVeael .nd Children ||f Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Accessories lays' and Girls' Wear Blankets, Shoots, Tawels and Other Domestics MORRIS BROTHERS PHONE 124*41



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PAGE 8 A >Jmist>fk>r**"> FRIDAY Complaint Lodged Against Austrians Continued from Ps^e 1 A V iilii it throughout the neuith the Au-" mrm %  a • %  ch I 'd inti rmittentl) I i I KIapproached the issues in 'he h s beei %  %  .nt ... business deal has wurtl Jewish i the minimun ha: lesii %  %  i,ir t) re%  • %  .., %  • • ire not I 7 %  h %  %  s or iionand .... $12.0001 TB Seals Make Appearance TB | -ei cane in the tn 167.000 Names %  (uses ai 'in Count) Association %  %  W against is uy, : i %  %  i ountians to our letter %  ase the colorful mailing." chair• ion to *up%  itk against i pointed out Associa t ion d OUl that the pro mc \ • %  r th.it he did i i it Austria) \\'h.it defen i \ nt h.ipei r the \ nt reports \ istria h.i r 'he horror* con • \ But it is that a t b< v %  n Washu \ Imam .the i • with m (ail to note 11 \ '• i • • • : •• %  tria II -was Dr Goldmann said rs of the d honorar) have eat!y beei the A %  • \ %  %  %  %  • \ % %  : ; lent • >! tho Jewish I i .... Seym i B nd Saul K %  %  %  In.\ %  Speakers' Workshop Slated Sapero Named To Fourth Term pn >i : th-' Downtown v i for h.fourth t< I [ resident: Mor t ice pres enl -%  nun Agi %  hwartz. tn \ %  %  Toral %  Watttr Ce.k in i support ed entirely b> the sale ol Holiday that 81 cents "f ever) dollar raised remains m Dade County, with 13 a nts |oing to support the itate program and in cents tn the National Tuberculosia Association in Dade mc ol our noa) important services is the operation s-raj unit, which enabled nts to btain free • cases t either suspect or active tubvrculniwen located." ClemS '* %  %  or. andHarold Shapu %  ti %  will be present) : h" hachosen for her bject "Crisis in Jewish Hist Repi %  %  • I Milton I Footmen Honored \ uuharj i I the I> a d e %  ard ol Hadassah. MrLeo Ben ,h ir ">'es m • i : New York, will conduct the %  KIT. turum She has conducted speakers' and rship training institutes in alerj citj it: each ol Had u sah's 27 regions including San Kleiman Preceds an Ji an. Puerto Run children %  Sundaj n the I Dr an I Mr\i n Merlin 1745 >\\ :.ith ave Entertainers included Linda Ruth and Vich.,. M -\i %  :•.• M ii|ss \,i,.| Shepard Named Head Of Hotel Association Week owner oil i. A disabled v t World ;; Sm toci bs bo%  when he ha loyal wiTth in Vest Pa In Heath A m o n g the TI a n > organic I -1in which he holds membership are the American DugJ a tJ ol Tra\el Agencies. Mahi Shrine Tern pie. American Legion. Biv ..yne Baj KmjniClub and American Canter Bociet) H*pmr4 V* •] 1 Mrs. Leon J. Ell. chairman of reservations, distribute tickets for the annual holiday fair dinner and auaraT! hood of Temple Beth Sbo'tCJ i. Shown with Mr S n Li right' are Mrs. Charles Silvei c iKtion chaumao v" i L. Arkin. dinner chaumc—. en< "'•l '~—,-. 0 \ ~Jl chairman of the cocktail party — ,, -^, 0 I* The affair will take place in the banque: hall of thai Sunday evening. Nov. 28. at 5 30 pm. Goldstein, Brownell Refuse Reservations Continued from Page 1 A minology in our advertising and in our correapoAduaa Hut Mneral weeks later, in response to an inquiry from Arnold Forster, chief counsel of the AntiDefamatinn league. Stewart acknowledged that his hotels policy "will remain the same He added: "It is true that Camelback has been patronized by a Gentile clientele, hut very i>cca-sii>nally. we have had a tew Jewish guests whom we have carefully selected We intend to follow this policy in the future, and thus, will not be doing an> thing ditlerently than we have dune in the past Mr Pbrster suggested that Camelback -•> advise Attorney General Junes and the association who. he said. "Wrongly believe that the pol icy Change Wamade Mr Sti wart response, received b) AM. lart week, declared that the matter of the selection of our Band "t necessity must be a personal one and we leel that it is beat that we not attempt to detine or interpret oar pottcj to Ottawa \ttnrney (ieneral (ioliNn-in. the contents ol thi rorraapoadi %  tat ahoni n am than a \ir Stewart had original!) III.I and said tn.it he would not ntt the raatneuve polk] It is vet) apparent that Cam ich Inn ha t inti a.led to cloud iuat t"r the toaeenne tain in his i. net M pm teat t,. \tti.nu> Genar a J Cook Or. (ison^rcrfri fo Speag J Belh Sholom Cerenot/ IT Ma ir ., !! K,.-^ ( dent of the Uniaa of Hebrew bod) ol '• %  %  rm Judaj^j guest of honor at th ceremonu : T.Tnpi f B lii on Sunday. Dec 12 Public ceiemoaitsattai be held from 3 to 4 pm i be followed b> a dinner tM Lido i Since Dr Kisendnth president in 1M3. th (j American Hebrew Co ha experienced an uoiutai of growth, adding moiti new congregatiou to its i ship roll Englander to Speak South Shore ritrm;! ami Beach will meet oil evening. Nov 29. 8 pa,s| Black.stone hotel VMrayl Knglander will be rues I according I MrLena pre-i FORMER NURS CAN TAKE ElDHtY UDT Ml %  ••Otiful hem?. SlMCttM -m^ bath. Kaihtr stvfe *• j PHONf: 1)4)11 Chamber Concert Universit) of Miami School of Music will present the second in thi> years series of contemporary chamber music concerts in Lowe laWtery on Wednesday evening. Dec 1 at 8:30 p.m. These concerts are prepared by Madame Renee Long), chairman of the School of Music Theory Department and Proor of Solfege The concert will honor t h e memory of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge. sponsor and promoter ot toBiempotary American music %  ITMORt PUTHOIBJl IN PEIS0N Lisa Ferraday IACK BT POflHAt B| is "Her Cariboo* I N0WPUY* Ni,ktu eitift %  > MAT NEES SAT I* I I*. OHict Of* M Foa iKOVATioai r 84-3404 • i^*l Rummage Sale Due Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'nth Women, will hold a rum mage sal,. a t Ste.ens Market on • and Tuesday. Dec. 6 and 7. Air fonditioa^^ BUTMORE PUT 151 N.I. 40tST.-l Of*"*' %  umt' with • lrW"*t —l Sparking the annual membership enrollment for the Greater Mianv. Jewrh Community Cen>r %  ni front row (left to right] Mrs Anna Levine. Gail Ackerman. Mrs. Hyman Kam Hyman Kam Richard Fink, chairman. Efraim H. Gale, executive director, and Mrs. Dorothy Fink Rear row left to r.ght) are Max Nuchomovic, secretary Joseph Masters. Leo Ackerman. Irving Saal Sar. Se.thn. Eugene Heiman. Leon Epstein. Jack Top pell. Leon Kaplan and Hvland Riias I HARRY PEARL wislM* !• — % % %  ft • hit mmmy <'<"* Md vetoed cm*n tkmt fc. it sffUMftd M h*r*t'" -'" %  ISRAIl NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO, %  • N.W. S*b STtHT, MUaU 1* H0t* fm Par t s—* Ur,i •MOM MM, MM5 • y— 7i



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MOVEMBEB 19S4 ~-^J*MJkr/(M9rj PAGE 9 A ly engaged in creating hand-made items lor the annual liday Fair and Auction" of Sisterhood of Temple Belh i on Sunday evening. Nov. 28, are these Golden Agors, sup of women who have organized to take on specific cts for the Sisterhood. Left to right are Mrs. Samuel B. Bsinqer, Mrs. John L. Leibowitz, chairman of the work j Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the Golden Agcis. Mrs kGittlen and Mrs. Irving Engel. I BJOCMlW MltlO rt Shown above ">n leaden in the current campaign to build the new Temple Beth Sholom struture Snci in ri-jhti are Albert L. Rosen, John Serbin, qeneral chairman, Howard H. Mill•r, chainnatl, H'"! fall campaign, and Sol S. Pine. Standing (left to right) are Zachary F. Bailey Abe Solorko, Or. Notman I Rues and Henry S. Glinick. :'. the annual exhibit in honor of Jewish Book Month 1 r.ght Mrs. Bertha Aldritch, of Miami Beach Public %  id Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chairman of the local !>w : Month Committee. The exhibit of books on Amerii an jnd historical documents will be held over until Ortontation met ting I n i lub leaders and instructors of the Gre nh Community Center is condt led I j member* ••< the professional staff of the Center. Shown are (eeated |ft to right Miriam Scheinberg, Beach Branch youth supervisor, Mrs. Robert? SondJe, | iiei Mrs Sarah Jackson, Mrs. Dolores Pearl, Town Branch youth ,,,j Vaughn. Sheila Block, Mrs. Miriam Kalisher, Mrs. Yvette Fogel. Murio ] Sokolofl % %  Qreenberg, Seda Khoyan. Anita Feinstein and Fern Hoffman. Stand ,„ q lc utive director, Leonard Romney. extension supervisor How ,,. i, Herts. Bernard Spiwak. Martin Kaplan. Bernard Kulchin, Albert Hurwitz Bob, Iverman, Irvin Bloch, Nisson Pearl, Beach Branch supervisor, Israel Silve: Town Bran, h su| tnd el Tropp. assistant director. Not present are Sylvia Mil gram,? urke Carole Foge'lman Betty Hal Schrager. Jerome Bchul lillei Mrs. Esther Titus and Edward Be i **V2 .v** ; Vi by Mrs. Picon was honored recently at a tea given • Host m her home. 2990 Flamingo dr. Shown planning Sponsors of Israel affair that played host to the star 3 screen and radio, were (left to right) Mrs. Host. *inam Press and Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of Uie ii Division, State of Israel Bonds. Histadrut Chorale, directed by Ruth Brotman, wrth Olga B.bor Stem p^rnst presented a pre aram of folk songs at a meeting of Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women, Thursday m me C*dHS. Bottom row (left to right) are the Mes dames Meltzer, Warner and Shevnv Mtddk, row are the Mesdames Shore. Zernan, Borens.ein and Fogelman. Top row are the Mesdames Sandier, Weiss, Brody, Zimmerman, Segal and Pace.



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PAGE 10 A Kkniittkrkflan HHDAY. No Psychiatrist to View Bible in Lecture Tuesday Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Miami psychiatrist, will -peak on "Psj chological Concept! oi the Bible," Tuesday evening. Nov. 30. in the Academy auditorium. This itin' lourth in a series ol Dr. Btnjamin Coleman tight lectures centering around the theme. The Bible and Modern Man Rabbi Alexander S Gro s, principal, will introduce the speaker Pr Coleman is .> graduate of Emerj I niversity, Medical I Atlant the Univi rsity "f ma He is certified bj the American Board ol Psychiatrj and Neurology 'Wonder' Grass Revealed i %  ctrifj ing m ws on the world's new "wonder" grass, zoysia, has : i Si levan and Har vej S Goldstein to purchase what ireputed to !>< %  the world's largi •' genuini IOJ sia l he ISO acres are in Palm Beach County. Selevan and Goldstein operate the Art Lai %  ; • Art's Nurs< r> here An exhibition plot ol the j.r.i-i"ii vi< •>• .it Art's Nurserj ( n the 79th -i I .in-' u,i> Luncheon Thursday e-B eis Chapter "i Jewish Congn • will hold .. Int t Lin Font 7321 Collins ave on Thursdaj, Di 12 i announcemen! b) Mrs Larry Frii pn lent. In chargi I i I i mation are Heli n Finget Riti Singer and Ann M.ilkm Community Chest Pushes Total to $656,505 Here Community Chest's I I I n total w.ipushed to 1856 505 ... s( irki rs in the Chest's Division \ ind Industrj Division Section I. reported M percenl of the $1 225 000 I raised i| daj at noon l he i best's Big Gifts Division. i y Moore n l J >hn rted .i total ol S459532 I for 83 percenl ol th tit Big Gills goal "I v w captains rep : th< if Division "A" < cations mi Tuesdaj were E Iward l. Summ. rsett, Non S< heduli i Kit lines, 121 i Mard n Mi Real Estate Appraisers 110 per cent; Cap! Charles A Olst n, Ma .mi Shipbuilding 109 p< rcenl \: thonj Abraham, Vutomotivi Dealen and Finance, 103 pi Uiiianl t Webster and Ross Robarts, Liquors, H>H perct nl Frank Irwin, Bakt ries, 157 percent; Wal ;. r Stokes, Cemeteries, 101 pi i cenl; C <; Robozo, l lui percent; II D. Si Construction Suppliers, Steel, lot) percent; and R B Kolkana Chem ical Manufacturers 100 percenl I nd< r the Chesl Industrj Divi -mil Section I. through which em • in 22 large firms are being solicited, McGregor Smith. pinch hitting for Comer Kimball, chairman of the Division, reported ,i total of Hi*;. 122 bj 11 employee groups for 45 percenl oi their I lle-t Ni u i ompanies reporting Tues ii.i> included Food Fair and Carls with .. 1055 Federated Share total i.i S12.703.26 Richard's empl had S6 101; Fuchs Baking, $4,000; Miami Transit. 13.000; Florida Power 4 Light, $4:;.ooo Florida Power 4 Light Company's 2300 employees, with 98 perct nt participation, had W.) pi r cenl giving, according to the Fed • rati 'l share schedule suggi sted by the Industr) Division paign chairman Lester It Barnhill said the Chesl total to date was about Ihe same percentage wise athat raised in las) %  Th.Industry Division Section I. i-i heduled to complete itdrive on Tuesday, Not 30 Council Sections Plan Overseas Programs Miami -• r i • J Miami Bi ach Sections i National Council of Jewish Women will feature ship a boa %  iprograms al their i ingon Dec i Miami BV ach s. ction will meel at the in Lido hotel al l i> m Guest speaker will be Mrs Stanlej C Myers, national hoard member ol Council and national ovi chairman Hostesses are th.Mesdames Morton Greenwood, II Hyman J Gl< i cher and li Orleans A film %  Women al Work." Is scheduled for the function, and MrJoseph Williamson will act u commentator The Miami Section will meet In Koubeck hall also .it l p m accord ing to MrRobert Mayer, chair man Scheduled ia -kit, "Worn enCrusade 5, fit* -A TT**?* / chaina end | Grea'er Miami communal leaders pledge sup port to Sam J. Heirr.an, Combined Jewish Appeal, at a testimonial lun cheon held in the Biscayne Te qroup includes many former campaign chairmen and presidents of Greater M"^ erntion. From left to right (clockwise! are Dr. Be njamin B. Rosenberg, director^ Scm J. Heiman Stunley C. Myers. Federation presiden*. William D. Sinqer Aul Arnold Seeder. Leo Ackerman. Scm A. Goldstein. Harold Thurman. M J Y~S). Jack Arvey. Sam Friedland, Max Orovitz. Dr. Morris Goodman. Harry SinVn i vitz. Altheimer to Speak at Annual GMKC Meet Alan J Altheimer. Chicago attorney, president of the midwest section of the National Jewish Wei [an Board and presentlj secretary Siinty Slider of the NJWB, will 1Mguest speaker .it the fourth annual meting of the Greater Miami Jewish lommunitj "enter, scheduled f'>r Sunday evening. Dec 5 H p m at the Town Branch building, as announced by Sidni > Stiller, chairman of the an nual meeting committee, and MrMilton Sirkin, president Stillercommittee Iarranging fur., short business meeting, which will include a report of the nominating committee bj Leon Kaplan. chairman, as well aremarks bj Mi sirkin and executive director Efraim H i Memberol tincommittee in elude still, i chairman, Sam Sen lin Milton Balsam, A Budd Cutler, MrCarl Susskind, MrJesi Freed, MrJoseph Duntov, Mrs Philip Lefkowiu MrAlvin Mora wit/ MrCarl Wrinkle. MrH.r nard Weksler and Hyman Kam 600 Attend Beth Sholom Celebration A capacity audience of more than fJOO members attended the construction capercelebration of the new building now in progress at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday evi ning The program was held on the floor of the partially rnmplcliil new auditorium. Details of the unique featureof construction, which include an aud Horium capable of seating 750 pen pie and the sanctuary, which will also contain 750 seats and both of which w'lll provide completely unobstructed vision from any part of the room, were described by A. Herbert Mathes, associate architect, who conducted a tour of the building Reports of the results secured by 75 workers were made by eight team capainunder the leadership Of Howard II Miller, chairman of the 1954 fall campaign. Ralph Spero. president of the Temple. presented citations for outstanding service and dedications to 90 T pie builders. John N. Serbin. chairman of the campaign cabinet, announced that more than $388,000 had been pledg ed by 435 members to date and assured the membership that the goal of 5500.000 would be readied by the end 'if tinNear Cornerstone laying ceremonies will ha held on Sunday. Dec. 12 and will be followed by I dinner at the Dil.ido Hotel at 7 p.m. His smile is voice will no li : alive attcdi Wesl Sovieti N edoiol lack ecr'y Mc York City. UN lives temporarily i their d#l'b*ratk#| to the :-..-e Russia i who wenthered aad I mcie political z~M cow then anytfhaf lecgues. Vish::ar/| have been 71 Elliot Field, popular WKAT radio star and known lor his presentations to local clubs and associations, opens Friday evening at Studio M in Coral Gables in a production entitled, "Two for the Show." Together with Judy Wallace, of television station WTVJ, Field will present a dramaconcert, featuring selections from plays, prose and poetry, including one selection from Ihe "Education of Hyman Kaplan." The drama-concert stays on at Studio M through Saturday and Sunday evenings, 8:30 p.m. Holiday Fair at Beth Sholom Due Sunday Annual holiday fair and dinner will be held Sunday, Not 28. b) the Sisterhood of Temple Betii Sholom. The dinner will start with cock tails in the patio at 5 30 p.m.. uni der the chairmanship of Mrs Kmanuel (ioldstnch. Dinner will be served at 6:30 in the banquet hall, with Mrs Joseph I. Arkin as chairman. The auction which will follow is under the chairmanship of Mrs Charles Silvers, with Mrs Walter Jacobs and Mrs. Milton Jacobs, cochairmen. Mr* Irving B. Kaplan is Sisterhood president, with Mrs. Leon J. Ell in charge of reservations. Health Exhibit Due Members of the Mental Health Society of Southeastern Honda are bus) with final preparations for the display which promises to be one of the outstanding exhibits at the Health Fair tor the public to be held at Bayfront Auditorium Dec 2 to 5 The dispiuy was conceived by the education committee chaired by l)r Joseph Narot, with Drs Paul S Jarrett. Loans Gould and Syvil Marquit in advisory capacity Saratoga Inn Changes Hands Rocky Marciano. world heavyweight boxing champion, will bee'.i.ie owner of Saratoga Inn restaurant on Biscayne blvd and 77th st about Dec 20 According to word this week Bub Kienstem. formerly of Mammy s. will operate the new Marci A". 0 !" *. ,urw,t Martv w l. >" of Al Weil, who !s the heavyweight champions professional manager has been named manager of the eating establishment. The door is opened to remove Israel Kosher and beef salamis from the smokehouse. Here, the who haa carefully watched this important op* to take the salamis to the refrigerator Un* elusive smoking process is f^f^Lm tenderness and extra flavor. Israel Kosher ""^ on the regular menu of discriminating house*" in the finest ^'n'wfl room*.



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NO VEMBER2|1954_ J"*i*L£krictiar) imonder ,rida West JNcal Heller, nI Commander of ivrtami, of the is for the State t ,hi> week visited the jst i''|nd Tam of the ar Vel Obit PAGE 11 A ii a r EVELYN STOR.CH I e s Society Meets Friday %  ii. Ar.mlai meeting of the ftynanv! 4 '," 1 ;.,';. ie Psy "7 tills Heller V panying Coin w c r e M ( .1111 M.i i '' h C. ian and f Staff jokolow. Department Commander i,l-i> evening at Temple om in Sarasota. A special honoring Heller followed an d the Commander ex invitation to all JWV m the West Coaat of it., attend the next quari the State Departeduled tor Coral Gables y, Dec 26, pected thai the new Nammander of JWV. lion Barr, of Washington. II make the keynote adthiil tune nd< %  Heller also addressImpa Post, Saturday cvespoki to the st Peters t al .. special Brunch on passe.i ., .vfet'y Tes.i.i>. *t.,. i,i numi-. P Ii I it> r..i II \, I lve.l l" hi II.. ami Bl ;i. h .. hi ..in. .— Mill i-i.. \, N.Y., .m.i .1 ...I, i MI | BellnakI, ..i |i hi),,, N y Mrs Stolch ..i It inallv ..i, v..i k i :itj si,, was ., member i It.;.. Ii Pout, .1. .. i-i, y,., \ %  III Ladles Auxiliary, Ainpil.au l-eg'"" -MIX, II ,1 | :,,,., ... Mill, l |..i..! Hi,. Mi.,,. ||, ... |, 1511. ... Lodge Kp i.ii -. rvirni i i,„,. "'Kireii and education in the child %  I -Mil, rtahl M01 1 -....;,. Coral Gables, I.M k-latln Int. 1 touk l'b" • 11 ..11 nI 1... Park LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I HI1. of Mis \. f IIIfeholosical Society of Greater Miami will l„. held Friday evening, Nov. 26, 8:80 p.m al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gelb, 810 Paradise, Coral Cables Anita Peinstein will lecture on tact and ••'in'lira Sonia Siet will discuss OUNSHOR M 1:. ai h, ., Mia ... %  .1 A .,, 1 : WILLIAM B •i". Ilf IS36 I I. •. I BVP a DUI .III fill II leal applla II IMI \.\ : Service! ,v, lyn. \\ illi Rlvi Kid. H ;, p u here I H..111.. : 1 H" ..l h) hiwife Fa) .1 (latin '. 1 ', Mn till H Washington, I %  h Ain. ,,| Mini,... four bi othei.an I .. MRS. EVELYN EDWARDS 1 %  '' •' %  HE Ml, ,1.11 ,„ | V nI \. V..i k. 1 .1.1 %  I: %  1. Me., ippl M ,ml, with hui Star ..• llavld Cemeler) Shi is suri.\ li,i hushnnil, Sol ,1 -.... .; iI.I-I 1 .1 and hi 1 pan nl, Mi nd Mi li.inHcl ii,..". ..11 ,,r iiiii., ih. and guidance portion ol the program, and Mrs Klaine Moss will conduct psychological definitions. LCGML NOIICE FOR DADECOUNTV, FLORID, CHANCERY. *" DTil> R, l;l "I I in'r. It'".!; otherwise the allegation* ol said Kill of Complain! ani be taken aa oonl i aga 11-1 you, iated thia 84th daj of November, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. ... NAME LAW -NOTICE I. I,,.,;..,,, (JIVKN I. in. ... ii....... 1 .1 iatei. Miami. Mi s Ki Ima Ki ugi 1. Ninth MRS. ROSE LEVINE ..:. of ISM) N. Bay I \ 11, -. ,1 Sal HI .In* • ii bj hi 1 husband. Hen and .1 riaughti 1. MrMa 1 >n both of M Ihre. -.si. 1 Services wen hi l.l in II Id. Mi n with I, I \|! \. I„. MRS. BERTHA BRIN Mia Fl 11, 1.. Miami lleaeh ge >.f ;n rangements. Adults inized IOJ0 l'.,|liririled Sundaj Rl> 1 'hapel waa in i-hai Babli s Young Adults are Organized, according to an Cnu'ii' here, lent pro-tem Bernard JafBliil this week that the tin", will be held on Thurs 2 8 p.m., at the Coral eui-h Center. oup will continue to meet Ither Thursday evening al tin (oral Gables Jewfr. im for the initial meeting hunk review by Mrs. Morwhu will discuss "Blessed and by Louis Zara. prs ut the group working %  rogram are Thelma Lee Bonne Shear, Ann Busch, Hern. Dotty Elowitz, Elaine (man and B. Jaffee. MRS. ANNA BLUSTEIN 77. ..f Ml 1 1 -..Miii, .. %  \i in ,1" .1 s.i t r . .1 here about -i.\ yearn, %  i ,1 s inilay In 'hi< \\ if". Metth .1 daughter, Robi 1 la ami .1 sisi. 1. Mi Ruth Uiron, all ol Miami %  %  %  %  • '' %  '' "I 1 'Ki is -Mill "ii' %  County, I I ., KADIK K ,1 ,..,. v A .1 KAI'I.AA It. %  IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. HLORiDA %  o 2HS,iB 111 I il'A HEITNEK, I" %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Ar-r-L.CAT ION FOR FINAL. DISCHARGE v %  irbj Kiven thai xi I net I lion fo %  'I '. n • 1 11 tale ..1 I, 'A HEIT.M K ,i..| thai "ii Hi. ''"HI .A. apply I.. 1 h i 1; \\K 1: I >W l.l Ml I Indue ,,1 1 ia.lt Count ..ii ,.i BHIII urgi ..I''.1. B. I. lit R LEATHERMAN, 1. 111 '"int UM \\ Mi .1 KIM;. Ininuv Cp-rk HEN K8.SEN, I.-.1 Attornej foi PI ilntlff 1; -.. i:-pi1; NOTICE UNpER, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTUJE l.S lifcKJJIV UIVKNtlli .c ih.. Hndi'fMgiieti; BWh-ftig 1 (o ettgkKt1 ouaineea unuei tli" fictltloua name ol LITTLE TIAJCANA U1FT8, ,1 l-l \ 1:. 2nd Ave.i int.-nils t, registei 11.,in. wit,1 the clerk of tne Cl Court .-f I'a.i.. County, Florida 1TETTA IRENE KL'TCHER, BEN ESS'EN Attorney for Applicant II ..-IJ-I'.I-.'I; • AdmlniMralo d Ii n Il'A MEITNEK, lie. 1 ..-..I Tins : .1 da; ..1 \..\. 11 bi r, IM I PETER .1. I'IKlNSKV IIERNABIi MARKER Ki IVNKR .v M INMIEIMEK V %  %  %  I %  .; : 1 • %  -1 T Luxiliary Party Auxiliary of the Jewish Krans, Coral Gables Post, card party on Tuesday, p in at the Coral Ga^i-li Center. Adele KlugerDollj Harris are co-chairaffair, ISAAC ALTER J3, ..f Itl Cnlllna ave., Miami Beach, :i retired Rarmenl worker* who came ,i,,,.,. •,. Miami K.-i" Il 1:' v.-als ago fl""l Philadelphia, riled Sunday. He iaurvlvad b> liis wit.-. Sarah, three aona, .la. k. Meyei and Bol, all of Phlladel, .11,1 -i\ daughtera. Mrs it.i.. %  %  %  Knlvak, Mrs Dena Uarfleld, Mrs Kaj Link. Mrs. Evelyn htern ami Miss Miriam Alter, all .if I 'hlla'l.li'liia. BIM Mra !)r.thv Nalolln, New Vnrk. S,r\ l.ei ami liitrial I'M'k phv •• In i'hiladelphla. HARRY SIEGEL tin nf fH'i tih at., Miami Beai h, %  retired entertained died Monday at home f'.iii'wing a heart attack, Mr Hlegel came to Miami Beach five years %  go after quitting the ahow bualneai Rurvlvina are two s..ns. Paul. Miami Beach, and Jerry, Ne* Vork: three and five hrothera Burial took place in New V.nk. iili Rlveralde. Memorial Chapel, charge locally. Miami Beach, m OTTO i:tl ROBERTSON s nf i:n N\v rd -1 paw fl %  Nov IT al iiiresidence S bi 1,is wife, Haise-. two idatera Oor..tin \*\ ine an.1 Evel) 11 I-' ai tt were held at Miami Chapel. Interment waa In N 1 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32435 B ST \ 11. 1 .| I '111 l.l I %  SIILACK.MAN. I 'i -I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITU "E 1 1,. 1 • "• given I hal I h.i • %  e filed in> final report .nil petition foi K1n.1l I iis.li.ir_:. as Arimlnistraloi • %  II -tat. ol PHILIP Sill. Mis'-MAX. and 1l1.1t "ii t he 271 i rial oi %  %  i n ill nppl. t<. ihe ll"iiorable IRANK B I IWLINO, I "o ml Judge of I 'a.i. '..in'-. I ."i Ida, for approval oi aald final report and for final discharge as Administrntni ol the Batati ol run.II' SHLACKMAN, deceaaed. Tins .nil da> "t November, 1934, MORRIS SHLACKMAN, Administrator MAX It. SILVER Attornej for Administrator 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174455 KltANK WRIGHT, Plaintlfl MII.tlllKK I'll.l.AKIi WAI.I.Ai'l-: ItldllT, I'. I. n.laiil NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I %  Ml l.l IRKI > I HI.I.AItli U'AI.I.Al'l-: M RICHT luddiesa unknown) V"i ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED thai .. Kill %  I .....nt for Divorce %  I \ .,11 all, I \ oil ii the the Clel i. ..I the I I '..I. "ount;. I lo Ida, .n,| n II Ih. |,. nut ifl's JOSEPH ROSKNKRAXTZ. 1 -'.' %  •" I I In Road, M i Kl.irlda, ui thi • ii. l>l I ,. .in", i r. .1 It > .. i, tail to •'.. so a l '< i'... ...!,: %  .. ^ ill be • nt, red ngaii it % %  ..n I Mini ani ordered HitJitli da) ..t Novell bel A I'. I8.'i4 i: l: LEATHERMAN, Circuit clerk \:\ WM. W STOCKINO, Iteput; Clerk I! :.i 12 :;-l"-IT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEBEBY GIVEN tl •the underaigned, desiring t<> esgagt: I.ii.-.ii.s.under tim flctitloui names -i TR1-TONE IK'I.IDA V HTL'Ull THi-TONE I'lH.'il. ami TRI-TONW COLOR STUDIOS, at :' %  Weatwa '. Drive, Miami Bpringa, intend! to ri Igter aald name with the Clerk m %  Circuit Court ..t ii.i.ie County, Klorli ALV1N QLK 'K II 8-12-19-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN • %  t I he underaigned, desiring lo engage n under tl"fictitiou* name [ASSOCIATED AH SERVICE, ll 7th Street, Miami Beach II, Kloi 1 Intend lo i eglsti i Bald name with I I Clerk nf tl"Circuit Court "f Ds Ie i '..iiiii \, Florida. HERBERT M. LIPMAN co-pa l.i H is LIPMAN u ,.a tner 11/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the untl. i iIng lo engagi n I. .-in. tindel ih. flctilioui %  1 \' SERVIl i:. al 0 H W. Ilith %  Sir. ,i, Miami, Intends to i n with ii"' 'Ii rk of !" %  'ircuit I '..in i ni I' ..ie 'ouni \. I i-i Ida VERNON BROOKS WILLIAMS KKSSLER & GARS A'ti.i ii. foi Applicant I.S2 W Flagler St. II 26 12 :;-l'i-i; IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 26899B RE: ESTATE "IIIICKMAN LEE CANT! >R, I' %  • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M A K c. APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N'I ITU "E Ii i %  -ien thai I filed ii, I Inal %  port and petition Final 11 argi aa Admlnlstrato f HERMAN LEE CANTI di. eased and that on tl"::ntli Nov. .. i.i. 19 it, I "ill applv to bli KltANK B. BOWLING. County Judge ..( Dade County, ieIda, for approval of said final rep and for final discharge aAdmin Ira tor ol the Estate ..f HERMAN LEE CANTOR, deceaaed. Tins Jlili day "i October, It I, a Mi, %  WT'Ul Admin 1st rator MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN .,-..i Si bold Bldg., Mil ," 29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANJ FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 174032 L. A. ANDERS, Plal Sen Rlveralde N. walk. ASK FOR IT — BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 OSHER ZION PRODUCTS ikied, Cooked and Smoked Meats L Government Inspected Est. Ho. 1 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 24922 RE: ESTATE I P MARY POLK SI'l. I.IVAN. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ii hereb) given that I have file.I my filial report and petition ror Final Discharge aa Administrator I > %  • Bonli N f n state ..I MAR1 POLK SULLIVAN, deceased; and that i.n the 22nd daj of December, IStit, ill apply to tl" Honorable W, lBLANTON, Count) Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and f..r final .11-. harge aa Administrator D. Ilnnl; Non of the Kstate "I MARY POLK si I.I.IVAN. di ased, Thia istli da) ••! November, l:'.'. I VMES P. SI'l.I.IVAN. M D. Administrator 1 'e Bonla Non Til' 'M ts \ IH IRK \N Vttoi II. for Administrator I' B V 11 26 -17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i< engi business under the fictltloua name register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit ''"in i "i Dade County, Florida, JAMES C. Till I.MAS W. .1. ROD V.H'Ni; KESSLER & %  I Alts Attorney* for Applicants 1782 W. PTagler st. II 26 — 12/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY lllVKN that ,ii,. IIIMI. rsigm di ill Ing to engage In d, the IL tltlous n VKGRO AMERICAN MORTGAGE \ssi„ | All. 'N. al 280S \V Street, Miami. Fin Intends lo i mid name with the Clerk ol the l ,I,I, court "( "i County, n-ii'ta. SAMIEL M SHACK. Sole Ownei ;i ii.i'.M AN A tH 'l.l I8TEIN AM s ror Reglstiant st Miami. I l.l. 11/28 "|T IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30486 In Re: ESTATE OF MAIT'K s BURGER, Deceaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnal s..i.i Estati You, and each of you are hereb) notified and required i" present •" ,1.11111s and demands which you, pi either of you, may have agalnal the rstate ol MAUDE S BURGER, deceased late ..i Dade County, Florida, lo the Honorable County Judgi ii.i.ie County, and fi'"iim same In their offices In imCount) Courthouse in l lade 'ount!. I da. Ithln • Ighl calendai months from the date ..f the tit.si publication hereof, Said j lalms or nda to contain tinlegal addreaa of the claimant and to !" %  -rn presented •'aforesaid, "i me will I,,, barred See Sect Ion I 1.16 ol the I l.'i Probnti Act. November 17, A.D. 19 I s THELMA M BURNS As Exe. mi "i the Last W m an.I Testann ni "i MAUDE S. BURGER. Deceased, SEYMOUR B I.IEBM \N u • ne) for Exe. uti lx IS 3 10-17 Nl f XCLOSIVt DISTKIBUTOKS Of THi SOUTH IASTLINE PROVISION CO., 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: S*" 1 INC. 6232 IN •lAil PAT DIAt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-ni'i: Is HEREBY tllVEN Him •he lerslgned, deslrlna t I butiness under the fictitious nam i; v .1 CLEANEB8, at st Miami, Intends t. name with the Clerk C..UH of I'a.i" '•"ii"--, j; ROBERT BROW N, II \ROLP STRUMPF Vttorne) f." Applk-anl 147 s. -1...1.1 Bldg II M 13 S-10-17 V W. regli ,.f the .'ii ol 7th aid III! ,|e I I1" I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OH EN thai the undersigned, desiring to engag. in business under the flct tlous name ol HARDEN Of ALOE, at Miami. Flor1 a,,e,i,lst...e K is,ei s.,,,1 .'.."" -th the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C "' %  l l "'" l i\,. : N,vM,N'nu:i'N IOHNSON LEVINSON • PERR1 Attorneys for Benjamin Qraan n j|<__ l -' :l-U'-l' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi reigned, dealrim to i ngage in business undei the f" "I',''".';, ')•,'.', "•OAST LAMP AND Fl RNITI III.'lN Ml'.; .'II al 270 N E I;M!I si Miami. Intends lo regl ter said name Clerk ol tl"Circuit Court i '..nut -. i'li.i Ids I...ITS E1SENBERI CIJFFORD PERLM >\ Vttorne) f"i Appll' ,.iss 'bbott \-> II 26 I-' 8-10-11 \ s li iHN T< 'i.lNi: and Tt 'LINE, his -%  .• man I lefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME I *' THE STATE I %  PUIR1DA: Tl '. I' 'I IN Ti 'LINE, if liIng, a TOLlNE, his wife married., and whose resident are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, tl M.-e.s. grantees, creditors, \, through, iiii.l.i %  against JOHN II 'LINK, nut known t" be ne i or alive; AND ALSO, as to each of above named i lefendant imi vlduala, if the) be deceaaed, then all unknown inns, devisees, gi te.s. creditors or othi i claiming by, through, under against such Defendants: AND ALSO, all other ami known persons having or • laimlng I,I have any i ight, title ar Inte .st in the propert) which Is t %  Ubject matter "f this suit, sa propert) lying and being In Dade County, Florida, and more pa tli ularly described as follow s: I.,,ts \ and 9 in Block 3 • %  ZIONA SUBDIVISION, B' Iinu I" Ih" Plat there.. I recorded In Plat li....k tl page ::, nl the Public Record ,,( 11 ,i.. i ',,iitu -. Florida. y, ii AND EACH I F Y< f are I %  l.v notified that a suit has I n file HI the above name.I Court, by e t above named ,for the qulel n^ title "< thi Pla in ami t" the propert) Involved inal,"\. .I.s.i il..-.I. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDE \M, RKUUIRED to file % %  ir Appi lime In aald suit on or before thi ilaj ..f Dei ember, IfM and In d :, AiniealalM e. a I Pi ., ,II be %  nti ri .1 aga nal yo I an,i each "t you. PONE AND ORDERED at .. I-,in Dade "ount) %  M ptorlda, th 8th da) "f Novembe R R i BATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Co '. Bj WM W STOCKING Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorn. for Plaintiff -, bold Bids Miami, Florida n I2-1&-26 12 %  "• with th. of Dade i in ner 1 SV A T;;\N'MA !" KS. S..I. .'--ner Att'.'irn'vVr.'r'Nathan Mayers Witt, — 12/S-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR. iOA IN CHANCERY. No. 174072 JUANITA WATSON, Plaintiff \s. iil'.ll' WATSON, 1'• fen.lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: oltIK WATSON A.F. #1884M An man lin.l flasS A I A •'. I-'"" %  • %  Medical Evacuation Flight ,' %  „ V M A I" O. •'." %  N V N > v,„ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill,of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against v.ni ami ynu are required to file y.nir answer In the '„, the Clerk of the Orcull Court, Daite County. H.nida, ii enpv "f v.mr answer attorney. JOSEPH on the Plaintiff's RI ISENKRANTZ, L-SO at'1 Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach, Florida on or before the a |th day Dated r i lecember, 1*54. November 9. 184. K ii LEATHERMAN, Circuit Clerk By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk U/ll-ll-M — 18/8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADCOUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17401.. BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plalnl HARVEY tLDERMAN Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE n i: HARVEY ALDERMAN Charlton Street v, York. New York You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, s • hereby notified that a I'.ill of Coi plaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required serve a i.|iv Of yOUT Answer or Plea Iing t" the mil "f Complaint Ihe plaliitifr's Attorneys. MYERS HEIMAN ••;• U'Al'i.AN. :. Seybo Building, Miami, Florida, and file the ..Menial vii.-w-.r or Pleading in ih ..ffl.e >'f the Clerk "f the Circuit Coint on .a before the 1:1th .lay of Decembei |,..,i if you fail to 't" so. Judgment by default "ill 1"' taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of 'omplalnt. Tinnotice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FioitiniAN I'uNK VNI' ORDERED at Mi.. Florida, this Sth day of Novemb A l>. 1854. V.. I>. l.KATHKRMAN. Clerk, rir.uit Court. Dade County, Florida. By M c. GREEN. (Ci.ri'li Court Seal) Dcmitv Cler* MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff f,\0 Sevhold Building, Miami, Ha. 11/12-18-26 — 12/8



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ewHsfc-Boiciidliiayn FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1954 SECTION B [tional, State Leaders Will Attend Tercentenary Function rations l the Greater MiLh Tercentenary celebraLr are beginning to mount Jrdinu to Rabbi Joseph R. hairman <>f the local comment at the Sans Souci hotel Ixtaj evening, Dec. 4, will ue in the history of the lorida Jewish community, i to advance announce the program planning ee. Attendance chairman |idney Weintraub advises be limited seating facilurged that reservations early. chairman of hostesses ; and decorations was Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, active in local health and welfare agencies. In addition to the principal address by Gov. Theodore McKeldin of Maryland, there will be a musical program and entertainment. In man of Brotherhood Week for the National Conference of Christians and Jews and continues active in that organization. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will participate in the Dec. 4 nations have been extended to top dinner program, and top local and flight personalities in the Federal state governmental officials will government, U.S. Army and Navy.' as well as state and local govern ment officials. Gov. McKeldin was the first Republican Governor of the State of I Maryland ever to be reelected. Prior to his governorship, he was mayor of Baltimore from 1943 to 1947. In 1948 and 1949, he was chairalso be on hand. In view of Gov. McKeldins broad experience and Aniciican Jewish Committa, American Jewi-h Congress, B'nai B'rith's South Florida Council, Women's Metropolitan Council, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Anti-Defamaactive work in faith programs and \ t ion League, Miami ^Chapter. Sholreligious projects, it is expected nunity States Viewpoint leration in Resolution Arms to Arab League that his address will be concerned with constitutional liberties and the individual in 20th century society. Sponsoring organizations of the Tercentenary celebration include r Miami Jewish Federalich represents more than (lizali'ins. has unanimously adopt a resolutidn profcxtenMon >f American aid It he arming of the Arab nahas been announced by '. Myers. Federation presiwlution was similar to the nI'iaus [in Wing icatiojn one projected in a memorandum submitted to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, by the heads of 16 national Jewish organizations. Action by Federation came about as a result of several meetings between representatives of the Zionist Council and Federation, who discussed the current problem of Arab-Israel tension and the arming of the Arabs through American aid. Discussion committees consisted of Maurice Service. Israel Shapoff. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs. Ben Myers, representing the Zionist Council, and Leon Ell, Fred K Shochet. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, and Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, representing Federation At a meeting of Federation's board of governors here, the reso-; lution was officially adopted. "Since the United States announced its intention to provide certain Arab countries with arms.' there has been no abatement of Arab Israel tension," the resolution states. "The Unilateral grant of arms to Jacob M Arvey, I I. the Arab states and the exclusion im. Daniel M. Broad, Jack' o f br el from consideration in our M I KopclowittTMrs Bar i Government's defense planning in the Middle East are neither equitable nor impartial toward the peoples directly concerned and will harm America's own national interests," the resolution in part adds. the •nlurman, president of Home for the Aged. late this week that dediII the new $300,000 Ablin kl will be held on Sunday. 12:30 p.m., at Douglas Garlication day committee to program and ceremonies appointed with Baron de e>er, chairman, and David co-chairman. Other roemIhe committee are Mrs. Fay Mrs. Sidney Wtwlrnb em Lodge, Coral Gables Lodge, Flamingo Lodge. Hillel FoundationUniversity of Miami, Levin Lodge, Miami Beach Lodge and North Shore Lodge. Brandeis University Women's Committee, Bureau of Jewish Education. Conference of Jewish Worni en's Organizations, Greater Miami 1 Jewish Community Center, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Hadassah. Jewish War Veterans Posts and Auxiliaries Miami Beach Post 330. Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary 17 4. Broward County Post 613. Coral Gables Post 243. Hialeah-Miami Springs, 681. Norman Bruce Brown Post 174, North Miami Beach Post 682, North Shore Post 677, West Miami Post 223. National Council of Jewish Women. Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, Beth Dfid Congregation, Coral Gables Jewish Center. North Shore Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Israel, Temple Emanu-El, Workmen's Circle, Yiddish Scientific Institute, Zionist Council of South Florida, Zionist Organization of America Miami Beach Israel District. Study Seminar for Teachers On Again at Miami Bureau irsoh Meyer. Mrs. David Frd Shochet. Mrs. Sol in. Judge Harold B. Spaet '"lil Thurman. 111..'. Memorial is the initial [a master building plan dey a joint committee of Hid the Greater Miami deration. Leaders of the Ibuildmg committee, which Jed the construction, are S. mini and Jack Garner, with fcnuk as Federation repreIt was designed by I. S. frg. of Chicago, with Irvin Miami, as associate archiAnnual seminar for Jewish teachers of Greater Miami, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, was opened on Nov. 14 at the Beth David Congregation when Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel, gave the first lecture on the Tercentenary theme of the Seminar. "Impact of Democracy on Judaism." The luncheon attracted 125 Jewish teachers. Louis Schwartzman, discussed "Jewish Immigration to America" on Nov. 23 at Temple Israel, followed by a workshop for teachers. Rabbi Leon Hurwitz. of Zamora Jewish Center, will address the second session of the seminar at Temple Beth Sholom on Nov. 30, 8 p.m. He will discuss "Jewish Schools and Synagogues in America." Second hour of the seminar will be devoted to a workshop on jun50 at Work GMJCC Drive For Members Opens Here More than 50 board members of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center are actively engaged in the GMJCC fall membership enrollment, Richard Fink, chairman of the GMJCC membership committee, revealed at a kickoff breakfast Sunday morning in the Town Branch building. Campaign workers were given instructions at that time in the enrollment procedures by Fink and Efraim H. Gale, executive director. One of the highlights of the meeting was a skit on teen age activities, depicting the programs for over 1,000 teen agers in the Greater Miami area served by GMJCC. The skit was directed by Mrs. Dolores Pearl, youth activities supervisor at the Town Branch, and members of the teen age clubs participated in it. The membership enrollment schedule included a short report | meeting on Tuesday evening, at the Town and Beach Branch buildings, with a special report on the day of the GMJCC annual meeting, Sunday, Dec. 5. Fink announced that a special brochure, depicting the activities of I GMJCC at its three buildings, as well as at the Jewish Home for the Aged and cooperative programs with various synagogues including Coral Gables Jewish Center, Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center and North Dade Jewish Center, is being sent to prospective members. Members of the GMJCC board already working on the campaign are Leo Ackerman, Milton Balsam, Jerry Carver. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Albert Comanor, A. Budd Cutler. Arthur DeGutz, Malvin Engender, M r s. Malvin Englander, Leon A. Epstein, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Richard Fink, Monroe Gelb, Seymour Gelber, Mrs. Max C. Gettinger. Eugene Heiman. Mrs. Morris Honigbaum. Gus Jacobson, Hyman Kam, Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Irvin Katz. William Kneapler, Jack Lampert, Mrs. Philip LeTkowitz, Mrs. Anna Levine. Mar lene Lurie. Joseph Masters; Gertrude Miller, Stanley C. Myers. Sidney Palmer. Hyland Rifas. Joseph Rosenkranz, Irving Saal. Bernard Segal. Sam Seitlin. Fred Sewall, Tobias Simon. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Paul Sobel. Stanley Spieler, Lewis Sternshein, Mrs. Carl Susskind. William Suss1 man, Jack Toppell, Mrs. Jack Top1 pell, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Bernard ; B. Weksler. Stuart Winston and Mrs. Samuel Zibit. Women Organize Group At Homestead Center executive director of the Bureau, j or an( | senior level to evaluate ~ i Rabbi HurwiU's presentation and {to discuss means of implementing his material into actual classroom situations. Workshop sessions at 9 p.m. win be led by teachers of B ih Sholom under the direction of Sydney Greenberg, educational director. the Homestead Jewish Center Women*' Club and is planning a varied program of social, cultural, and fund raising projects, with a view to becoming an effective adMrs" Ben Barnett is in charge of itl|jl n ,,, h( nU mber of active Jewish women's groups in Dade Officers elected at the first meeting are president, Mrs. Irving Pes| koe; vice president, Mrs Ben Bar 'nett; secretary, Mrs. Abe Silver; i treasurer. Mrs. Max Steinfink first institutional structure Ire.iter Miami area specially and equipped for the sick lapantated aged, the Abtin information. I Charter members are im wes dames Nat Bauman. Ben Barnett, Robert Barnett, Morris Gertz. I will add 42 beds to the |capacity of the Home. Ocand physical therapy fa County. the new unit now enables Goldenberg. Al Kasden. B. UM. A. Unanimous ly Elected ne I" embarks upon pro J Levine. P. Losner. I. L *• i '•• %  hah.lit.tK, Tit. S^ Marks. S. Magness. a Newman, I. I ^ Rivkind was this f the tirst lime. Workshop Aifair ''"hlic Library will spon%  by the University of |pera workshop, under the "' Dr. Arturo Di Filippi, 1 ^ 8 p. m Una Maddaweek A. Rosen. A. Silver. M UI| in in -;, lU V|y" elected Junior Vice Silver, M. Steinfink, J Tabor, J rommalu kT o! Miami Beach Poet Finkel. H. Steinberg, W Raskin Na m Jewisn War \ A (I Jewish el H Steinberg, w. r.— Nc 330, .I.WI 11 war VCT !" • % %  women's division of the Home ,,„, lllU ,| Stale-, at J meeting in :?....„ Lnmunit, Center American Leg** Hall was anCommunity inized for the purpOM nounced by Commander Frank of has been organized loru.e ,.U.K-( or(| m H vk n d is a veteran of extending and helping to carry RopMB campa jg n and son off out the aims and functions of the Samucl Center. will be know former Na itionaTvice Commander of the ornization, Book Review Slated By Academy Women "An Adenture in Freedom," by Oscar Handlin. will be reviewed by Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, at the next general meeting of Hebrew Academy Women, in the Shore Club on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, program chairman, will introduce the speaker. Progress of Hebrew Academy Women's seventh annual journal will be reported by Mrs. Irving Firtel. chairman, and Mrs. S. A. Goodman, co-chairman. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will discuss the "Binyan Banks." a recent project initiated by the Academy Women. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. president of Hebrew Academy Women, stated thai plans will be formula! ed for the forthcoming Chanuka donor luncheon slated for Wednesday, Dec. 22.



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PAGE 2 B lmls£norl£3£L FRIDAY. College of Jewish Studies Opened Bureau of Jewish Education announces the opening of its College of Jewish Studies last Wednesday, at the Bureau building. 135 NW 3rd ave. The College of Jewish Studies admits only advanced students who have adequate knowledge of Hebrew and some background in Jew i-h cla-MO. Four HMI are being offered for this year These include a sur \.v of Jewish civilization tor ad \anced students with pre\iouknowledge of general as well uJewish history, Book of Jeremiah from the Hebrew text, modern Jewish literature through an anthology of recent Hebrew writings j and study of Slishnah from the original source. Faculty for the college crowds LooJfl Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau. Herbert Berger. director of Exu-nn>n ActivityFred Barad. instructor at the Central Petal %  Hit* School; and Babbi Arie Becker, of Down tuwn >> rw>uue. Registration continueat the Bureau building, according to an announcement of Harold Thurman. %  chairman of the Bureau s adult educ -imittee ff I iJVf CO* I 4I*M >;\ T > US S.W. IS* Ao. HO ALUM, r ,c„ "•> Sptcimlhimt i. Car. to ffc, iM, rrf .,, f £**fe4l Mtoef Mr** Sen*. SpMi.1 Kt „ tZSi* 2441M 1 ltrit T tkJl Prwtt oaa Stwi- r i Y te tttm In conjunction with the current B'nai B'rith membership drive, shown sbcve is Sol S. Goldstrom. of Miami Beach Lodge ISM. Honormg over 60 years of devoted service to B am B nth. he is being'presented with a plaque by Gershon S. Miller, president of the Lodge nght vice president Michael Sossin looks on. Miami Wholesale Corporate] 120-6 N.E. 9th Street p^ We Carry a Complete Line of linens (or HOTELS MOTHS APARTMINT HOUSES Cannon Sheets — Blankets — Towels fen Pillow Cases — Spreads Dish Towelj Plastic Goods, etc. Fully Air Conditioned f_e| Plans Made for Teen Age Conclave PUa Bret teen age conconducted b\ the I i %  clubsponsored by Th .nita Nis-el. Brona Cohen. Krancia %  Bat Share*' Zack. Barbara -rgal. Larry Albert, .^rold CarUaa, Barbara Fane. HarQtaeberg. Debbie Malkin. Siggie %  vrao, Mike Clein. Delia Bern-tein. Rochelle Mm Harriet AtenakUrt. Maxine i'jucker. Kl.-ie Paul. Kdward Len. Alan Horfensterm, Sam Ber L>nii Schwartz. Ben Cohen. Gilbert Sherman, Lenore Brom• re l.< dber| and ("enter taff Dolorw Pearl, Miriam Sch'-in emej and Bmanuel Tropp. Mah Jongg Winners Present Awards to Philanthropy MrMorton Greenwood and MrAl Braunstein have each re reived the annual award of the National Mah Jongg League of America, which carries with it a check of S25 to each winner Both ladiehave presented their ebacfci to the chantitsupported \>\ the Miami Beach Division. Na tional Council ol Jewi-h Women The National Mah Jongg League, founded on a -ocial theme. makecharity an integral part of Mi work < h.ckto the annual award winners are donated to the philanthropic organization designated by the recipient MrGreenwood earmarked her award for the blind project of Council which recently won first place in the Miami Herald contest for Pade County ClubMrBraunstein gave her award to the Srholarship Fund of Council. MrJean C Lehman, president of Miami Beach Council, accepted the checks in behalf of the organization. Goldstein Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel Goldstein, formerly of 358 Mend lan ave and 7925 Hawthorne. Mi-j ami Beach will take place Sunday. Noi 28. 2 p m at ML Sinai Memo rial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mr -tein i-urvived by hiwife. Sophie, and two sons. Harry and Jack Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monument Com pea) Knendand relatives are asked to attend see m riMM m NAT GANS PH. 3-4u 4 mi Uft IMSIWANCf NffOS AAttroaoliteii Lit* laiaraaco Co. 1*07 BiK.ynt lUf., If W. Fleeter GLASS F0R EVERY %  \l ft. M J # STOM FIONT run mi WM|| furnitwre Tow, loveloa Mirrors and tetilteriaf Otr la. A G. Glass and Mirror W| 136 S.W. 8th St. PHOREI AJerrii Orfm Brownie Troop to Meet Here on Tuesday : Brownie Troop No 212 ... tab ptae i n i M 10, 3 15 p m at th. h MrMaurice Couttoo, leada Mr Cupp igroep co Norman Bruce Brown Auxilt.'.ry NO 174 JWV MrWiUian Acker man will attend as representative ol the auxiliar;. Luncheon Due Tuesday Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Charles Schem. 1320 NW 3rd -t on Tuesday. Nov. 30. 12 30 p.m Announcement of the luncheon was made this week by MrJack Shapiro. Goodwill presided S\y ^'IJN Y"l ten 'jWIMMn s Sfct\"0V 1-tti Aabbl Ioanh C Backormky 145 Michigan AvtUM Miauu Boach Phon* 5 3SSS GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22*4 AVI. Mi. 4-SAM Have your roof repaired now; you will Hvt on a now roof later "Satisfactory Worn ay Experienced Mon" LONGDISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, Now Jtney, Philaotlafcio, Baltimore, Walhino too, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE. Mount Nebo announces another special service to Greater Miami Jew/ — without charge lor your increased pleasure Personalized Haggadahs for Passer* beautifully illustrated by Sieamund Font faithfully translated and persor.czed trie your family name printed on the cow fffSfffVE NOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO THi ClMtlUr Of DISTINCTION Phone MO 7-2011 SUNRtf rAKK HLALTH RESORT H0TCL-SANIIAIUM oo tor eovaLc$ceioa mt iwlatf co miT rl'AMI.n OblOO. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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I MOVEMBER 26, 1951 JGIOUS DIRECTORY ic ttfAEL~of Miami, will KtTvrnlng services 8t I W ilh Rabbi Joseph Nurwt and preaching on the pfluenre of Democrary on The sermon will be de„ conjunction with the ob[,,( Tercentenary Sabbuth. morninK services are at |fhen Bert, son of Mr. and n g J. I.ovitt. becomes Bar • LITE CENTER will hold Tenini,' services at 5:15 and with Kabbi Morton Maliiciatini; and preaching on I, -Thanking God for Cantor Samuel Salkow |er the musical portions of L;\ Bikur Cholim will Id',. Oneg Shabbat followlrf Daniel, son of Mrv Irving Solomon. MAMI JEWISH CENTER Frida) evening services B,m. Late services are at conducted by RabDi Albiun. who will discuss the Brtion Saturday morning Ire .it !) a.m.. with Mincha I fur 5 p.m. AZA Chapter, iB'rith, will be guests at Ding Oneg Shabbat, bin Waxman discussing I I Years of Freezing the chapter will be him. president. • |E EMANU-EL will hold lening services at 5 and Guest speaker will be Iwartzman, executive diIhe Bureau of Jewish Edutantor Philip Brummer fr the musical portions of gy Saturday morning T< .ii !i a.m., when Robert. 1 d MrLawrence GoldSsrry, son of Mr. and Levinson, will become hi) Rabbi Henry Wernick p the charge. Daily servI the chapel at 8 a.m. and lAVID SYNAGOGUE will lay evening services at Saturday morning serva 111. with Harry Simating Cantor Maurice |will render the musical the liturgy. Daily serv7:30 a 111. and 5:15 p.m. Vices are at 8 a.m. HEBREW SCHOOL AND lATION will hold Friday pices at 5:30 p.m. Sailing services are at 8:30 Rabbi Simon April ofJind preaching on the |ewish Contribution to the Past Three Cenbss in Mishna is at 4:30 J services will be at 7:30 |-30 p.m. ICABLES JEWISH CEN •old Friday evening serv1P m Guest speaker will paid Michelson, director foundation at the Univer% mi Members of Aleph 1 will participate in the 'Oneg Shabbat, tender[Sisterhood, will follow. Wning services are at Phildren's chorus under P" of Robert Strassburg [the Psa| ms Klddush of !" n will follow. CONGREGATION will [y evening services at ^Saturday morning servP ; 30am. Rabbi Shmary. fy will officiate and PM theme: '•Spiritual K Fi.und at i,, flt ,,f An^cjca -.Tradilion of the Pilgrim Father. < ,,„. t>r Fi>4iel Lutman will n-HoW th| musical portions of the liturgy Class in Talmud is at 3:45 pm Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. when Rabbi Swirsky will discuss the Zohar Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky official ,ing and discussing: "Thanksgiving —As an Individual or as a Member Lot the Human Race." At 4 p.m.. ; the Rabbi will preach on the Week' j ly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and al 0 and 5:45 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening service;ii 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Km Candlelighting Time KTSLEV 1 — 5:11 p.m. nish officiating and discussing: "The American Scene — Challenge and Response." Sisterhood will present Bibles to the Confirmation Class of 5715. Saturday morning, at 10:45 am, a family service honoring the American Jewish Tercen| tenary will include the Bar Mitzj vah of Michael Jay. son of Mr. and ', Mrs. Solomon Margolis. 1672 Daytonia rd.. Miami Beach. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating and dedicating the service to Tercentenary Sabbath. Judge Sam Silver will share the pulpit. Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Herson will discuss: "The Bible — Foundation of Our Democracy." Bar Mitzvah and post Bar Mitzvah classes will participate. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiating and preaching on the topic: "The Art of Giving Thanks." Lay readers will be William Locke and Mrs. C'y Plasky. Oneg Shabbat will follow under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Goldy, Mr. and Mrs. William Locke and Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Selznlck, becomes Bar Mitzvah. Rev. Rudolph Brill will chant the musical portions of the liturgy. • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Feder, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Ever will preach on the topic: "The Struggles of Two Worlds Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to the American Jewish Tercentenary celebration. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate. Guest speaker -will be Murray R. Apfelbaum. past presi dent and chairman of the education committee. His subject is scheduled as: "Respect Goes Two Ways." Choir under the direction of Lucille Moore will assist, with Cantor Maurice Neu rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Naming of the infant children ot TRULY N0LEN Jj Tjnrjjj MIAMI — 841 Biscayne Blvd. 826441 MIAMI BEACH — 1742 Alton Road 5-3444 Buildtrs of Immortal Memorials for the frail O mare Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story Whits Building Thurmond Monument Ci. Mr !" A MrS GeorBe J ackman and %  Mr. and Mrs.B Kay will take place during Saturday morning services "I 9 a*. Rabbi Okolica will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily service** M 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. JSXIFS& PARK C0NGRE | GATION will hold Friday evening ;,'• %  %  ; t 5.15 and 8:15 p.m.. with R*M>I Abraham Levitan officiating •'"" di-ciissmg in honor of Tercen-' tenary Sabbath: "Three Hundred Ynn Ul,ll ">" Tears." Saturday I morning services will bo at 9 a.m.,! when the Rabbi discusses: "Essau Jacob Case Still Pending." I ; At 4 pm.. a class will be held in I advanced Biblical studies. Mincha j a at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Maariv TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold late Friday evening -. iv Ices al 830 p.m., with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and preaching on the topic: "We are Grateful for I Our Contributions to American Life." Cantor Joseph W. Malek and the Temple choir, under the direction of Rev. Mordechai Haalman, will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Julius' Schwartz will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily morning services are at 9 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 4:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Jonah E. Kaplan will officiate and preach on the topic: ,"Fear of Living." Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance at 5:50 p.m. Kneseth Israel will inaugurate late evening services on Friday at 8:30 p.m. Oneg Shabbat will follow, dedicated to the Tercentenary of Jewish settlement in the United States. • • FLAGLER-FRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late services will be inaugurated at 8:30 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and chanting the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rev. Heim will discUM the Weekly Portion. Junior services will be at 10:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shinkman, was Bar Mitzvah during Thanksgiving services Thurs' day at 8:30 a.m. Rev. 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PAGE 4 B AT Tiff: MOV IKS Milton, Impatient, Warns Speaker Audience is Reallv Quite Bright By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA Milton Bart*, who hsnl •• %  suffered collapse from exhaustion. recently standing in a crowd listening to i politician foaming at the mouth ..n.i Milton was gctl pretty impatient with the mi hannfOini I'm certainly pleas ed," the politician announce,! at one point, "to -o' this dean* crowd here tod Pont tn> too pleased.*' Milton : out "We're not all u> • • • Producer Samuel GoMwyn was in| down the I large theater the other %  ., DO] of atx>ut ten old fitting in the theater. watching the picture with rapt atn GoMwyn weal atar, top* the boj <>n the shoulder, and "Whj aren't >ou in id 11 okay, mister, the b> %  bin Tv* lot the mi • • • B the pro • lor a speech ..t a dinner in 0, and he happened to be billed la-t. after a crowd of long BoriOl -peechmakers By the time he reached the platform it IW nearl> midnight, and the crowd was ineasj Tl eed, "Mr iian and er, will i > -u kii li at r ,.b. Beverly Hills, .. the :-. ..f the • • A certain tive-thousand-dollar a i r ;n our town is a and meticulotiwork He promised producer David O %  play for Broadwaj production, hut when eight months went b> without any further WUfd Ike writer Sehniek b'gan to a little impatient Phoning the writer, he demanded: "Where's the f X IT KII V \TIO\S Yin \totf French Delegate Proves i Can be Controversial pBy put.U fictional and bear no resemblance to any person, living or • li ,ht returned it with a brief That1 What's wrong with • • • A wealthy screen Mar had re\j married a young starlet, and two of hidirector friends were | talking it over Well, he finally \ —rrtod her.' on* mid Th %  • spent enough cash on Riftfor her Vos. Ihe other director said. •He married her for his money • • • My BBMaeton," boasted the bluehtSSKi society woman to Groucho Varv at a party, came over on the May flower." t.roucho nodded -It's a luckything they did.' he said quietly. • The immigration laws are so much stricter now • • • Eddie Cantor commented: "Silence is resourceful It couldn't pry open the Pullman window*, so it air-conditioned the train." • • • Denny Ksya told us: -An actor I know is the world's worst bore He bores me even when he talks about me" ARTHUR LEWIS JTA London agreem, 1 Q"'"frankly, he '* I MTED NATIONS — To put it diplomatically. Jules Moeh. who is the most prominent Jew here outside of the Israel delegation, is a controversial figure. He is an enigma to many of his Western col leagues, and he is even regarded with suspicion by some of them. As everyone who follows the de hates at the United Nations knows. M Moch is the French represent,] live he speaks for France in the most important and sensitive If sues, those of disarmament and the peaceful uses of atomic energy Vot he is n<>t a member of the I present French Government. That fl r w M Blnch.„ alone baffles the protocol-conscious '"•' Interior, h ministers and cabinet members {-"'at •.,, „ ( lhe ^ who lead the Western delegations. n """^ which How can he. they ask. under the ,w r,d %  nce ow to chmalU or vegetable shortening 1 Large onion, diced fine 3 tam 3 Tablespoon* brown >ugar 1 Teaspoon salt 1 Teaspoon grated lemon ge rind 3 Tablespoons orange juice prune liquid 12 to 14 large prunes, soaked and pitted tin bread into cubes and place them in a shallow pan in the oven top shelf, to brown lightly on all sides Stir once or twice during the process. Or, slip under broiler about 3 inches from flame for quick results. Heat the schmaltz or other shortening in a large frying pan and add the diced onion, stirring till lightly browned and transparent Add the browned bread cubes and stir lightly for a "••I all dense" play' 1 want to get the cast assembled, start rehearsals I! s coming along." the writer assured him But Sel/nick wanted something more definite "Just hew fat have yon got with if" he asked We!! the playwright said, you know it's to ha m three acts and two intermissions I've just tied the intermissions • • • The perfect answer to the question. "What's wrong with the mov liven one night last week hj .. little man sittini m a Los Ang, ies theater After the trailer ,r he whispered to his wife: "Arwaj • thi picture comes next we> k • • • An aspiring author sent a manuscript to lien Hechl with a cover^mirc'structure of the American ing note in which he explained: i Leaguc The characters m this story are Greenber g w ho is now general j manager of the Cleveland Indians, j would like to see 10 clubs instead I of eight in the American loop And he doesn't want to wait long for this plan to materialize He figures it should be done by 1956 If you recall. Greenberg opposed the transfer of the Philadelphia Athletics to Kansas City. There was some speculation on what the nature of his opposition was He didn't comment at first, but later said that the American League should have teams in more populated places This brings up the question of where Greenberg would want the two new clubs to be. Undoubtedly there are many cities that would want to have a baseball club However with the recent spectacle of the on again-off again plans to move ihe Philadelphia Athletics to Kansas City, no city would feel sure enough t<> go ahead with any real ber of the French Government, but he is even opposed to its views on the re-arming of Germany. This, of course, is known to sue diplomats here, and, in the disarmament debate, where the new and concili atory Soviet proposal was regarded by the Americans as an attempt to prevent the ratification of the 1 "Hi the worst the team could possibly I do would be to break even for the ; season. bu, UAH LEONARD This will be the sixth season that Arthur Tauber. fencing expert, will coach Yeshiva University's fencing squad. Tauber. who knows his sport, was assistant to the coach of the Unit ed States Olympics fencing team in 1946 he did not -hrmkiromi against the <„ mnninjj| _jj ers To those who iw,! described as he in; soft i Soviets, it is ironical to i that thiwas the prevented from sp French Assembly by ^ nist deputies pnundin|| and chanting in unisssl Moch. r.\--a-in No one who knows I that he h.ichanged. Hejj anti-Communist but he] ~"'i' ther eitrestl not embrace the Fjsattj,{ arms t., those who esk Fascists His son was I the V,. • % %  rtured tori crime of being a Jet. M. Moch started U career ir. the popular f the 'thirties uhen bei to Prime Minister Blaaj beginning of the war. %  ( ed by t he Petainisu, I to England to joa Gaulle and the Fn4 I has been Minuter of I and Transport, as well al of the Interior in fnaii I mentHis last postwnj of Defense but tkst^ four years ago. Send your favorile racipw lo Thw Jewish Floridion, together with your name and address. If yoo havt a recent photograph, you may include il with your entry. Should your recipo appear in this column, you will b pres*ntd with a copy of "Thw Book of Jewish Rocipos," containing 500 kosher recipes and Forward on the principles of CCOktTf. minute Beat eggs in a large mix ing bowl using a rotary beater, and add a little sugar at a time while beating till creamy Stir in i fruit rind and juice and add to mixture in the frying pan. stirring in as lightly as possible Cook over moderate heat onl> till the egg mixture i> absorbed Let ON THE 8 0 mixture o-il before adding the | pitted prunes and fill cavity of 8 ^ wl n „ ut lr> ^.^ ^^ to 10 pound turkey This amount of a (ranchl ^. Greenberg is to take of dres-ing is sufficient for 2 aver, up the matter of expansion at a age si roa>ting chickens just m league meeting on Dec 8 case you prefer the smaller birds 1 A few columns back, we mentioned that Brandeis ITlllwMll'l football star. Bill McKenna. was being watched by pro scouts and might have an opportunity to play pro ball if he wanted to at or BLESSED IS THE LAND. By Lamta | tured h> the Bntidii Zara. 393 pp. New York: Crown New York, he u Publishers, Inc. $3.95. d„wn. when the DutdU city and rename it NntJ records the fact: sal' By HILARY MINDLIN „ ii comeNew Vrkaoi Louis Zara s new novel is ideally J ^ suited to publication in the year of a .. J Most id all. I* M> of (HI the Tercentenary. It is the story of the thirty-six Jews who fled from their homes in Brazil when the Portuguese invaded the country in 1654 his friends virtues, their loves and of their abiding daism ami devotion t %  land which held all tk*j The small company of men, worn ((r( (1(1 „ m an d peace, er. and children sailed off, bound The new> i> that Bill has been scouted by Jack Kelleber. a representative of the Los Angeles Rams After looking McKenna over. Kelleher paid great tribute to McKenna's know-how He also remarked. What a pair of hands A representative of the Detroit Lions champion team commented. ;j Wed like to have him on our club' Brandeis University's football team easily defeated Buffalo in the squad next to the last contest of the season The score was 9t • 3*. which kept the pact with the Jadaasraeerd of kagk scoring Casaea during the season. This victory also assured the Judges that for New Amsterdam, their ship was captured by Spanish pirates who tortured their men. attacked i their women, threw their infants into the sea and kidnapped five of their children. The twenty-three who survived managed to escape and reach the Dutch shores. They were the first Jews to settle in the New World The outstanding figure in the group is Ashur Levy "journal" which he keeps (somewhat erratically, like many journalists) for 27 years. He recounts faithfully the difficulties besetting the unwanted Jews in the new colony — the Indian attacks, the corrupt Council, the ha r sh nes s hatred of Peter Stuyvesant. the lane stnaggle for burgher rights (citiaaashipv When New Asssterdam ta The suthof ha„f ,he Court Minute* I sterdam Dutch W<£' earh documeaUalsa| „( those first day.TM )W ehis background: i credit for the per stand out iw %  rests with Mr Zara. Like the tn* J l.bncatedatisssaii The book is it is difficult to i I book is. after alL it seemto me. %  the historical tarty with t ***^ concept of P**** M it might -ell hechance toassf' life of the past "J year aeighhaf^ combuiation %  %  able fascioatW



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Lemen to Get [uka CJifts liNCTON Member* of #;,„' ,.„,„., and chapter, Lmnleted wrapping &.W0 Kformcn.n.heUnifL Armed forces, who w.ll L a during the holiday seaL,| Elliott A. Miles, chairt he B'nai B'rith service e f„r the Armed Forces trans, has announced. 1 gl fts are being collected I American Red Cross chap. shipment to cities on the gnd p ac ific oasts before dlinidat'. Pec. 1. her 15 000 (hanuka gifts are fepared l H' !" B ri,h t.,ipatients in veterans Btary hospital in this counCanada Wrapped with 1'rith labels bearing the [l the unit.-, making tne conthe gifts will provide Icheer for thousands of sick tabled veterans. Miles said. B'rith and other commuipaiu/ations in cities adjathese hospitals, with the I,,, i hospital staffs and Inn.il American Red Cross \ : will conduct parties in the wards during Chanuka lee. 20 to 27. when the gifts I handed out. PACJE 5B R^HDROWITZ-MARGARETEN i Ouen-GiUp Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phone 3-6866 Apparently, little Grant, age z, is quite emphatic as he sits on the lap of his mother. Mrs. Theodore Epstein, 5969 North Bay rd., Miami Beach, while she discusses her selection of courses in the Temple Beth Sholom Institute of Adult Jewish Studies with Sydney I. Greenberg, educational director. Even more than Grant, his bspther and sisters, Roger 4, Deborah, 7, and Abbey, 13, were thrilled to hear that theii mother is taking the same course they are — "Understanding Jewish Home and Synagogue Life." Mrs. Sol Pine, P.T.A. president, and Mrs. William Yarowitz, adult educational chairman, report that scores of young Jewish mothers are attending these unique courses given every Tuesday morning. PERSONALIZED SERVICE •AW "MAl>RY" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt — Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 840 S.W. 8th Street Membership Goal Nears Quota lUW** vcosvu .0HktfTI HK MO t Strawberry • Grape • Raspberry • lemon • Blackberry • Cherry •411 OCSSCR1S I" Greater Miami B'nai B'rith membership campaign, now at its halfway mark, has almost reached its goal of 1.000 new members, according to the latest report by Judge Sam Silver, local campaign chairman. "We are meeting enthusiastic reZOA Leaders Plan Trip to Israel Michael Adilman. of Savannah. Ga., regional chairman of the Tour to Israel sponsored by the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America, this week revealed that a group of approximately 25 ZOA members of the Southeast Region will leave New York City on April 4. 1955 and flydirectly to Israel, where they will spend the Passover holidays and the sevententh anniversary ol Israel Independence Day. During this period, they will have the opportunity of visiting the country. A number of official receptions have been planned for the group by the National ZOA Tourist Department and the ZOADaniel Frisch House in Israel. On the return home, the group will stop in Switzerland. Paris and London. sponse everywhere," said Judge' Silver, "because the B'nai B'rith; program of service to the community and to the country does not need to be sold. It has a record of 111 years of devotion to the principles of brotherly love and harmony." The B'nai B'rith campaign, which commenced Nov. 1, will officially terminate on Sunday, Dec. 12, with a nation-wide telephone report to Washington. D. C, national headquarters of the organization. "It is our hope." said Judge Siler, "that we can go over the top and exceed our quota." A mass initiation is being planned in December for all new members. 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PAGE 6 B +Jei*tiFlcr*0ar> FRIDAY. No GLOBAL SHORTS A Tercentenary Featwe Delegations Arrive in Montevideo for Sessions MONTEVIDEO OTAl — Rr Ar.. h Kubovi. l-r;n-l Minister te Ar.. n( in.i. Cru-!ua> and Cade, heads the Israel delegation at the annual ng of the United Nation rational. Scientific and Cultural Organization I SESt 0 huh opens lure this week I>eput> delecatlon iI>r MlMllWll AMI!.. retary of the bnel legation in Iiucn. A North African Jews Fear Violence at Arab Hands MM Y01&. .JTA>—The 500.000 .1, u,.f N la ar.' deeply concerned over the pasaibilit) that tht-> will he singled out ascape• i.dcnce by Arab propad extremists, according •0 an American Jewish Committee which returned here this week from a tour >.l North Africa. U.S; Founders Look to %  Old Testament Views By OSCAR S. STRAUS AJP Writer Finds Germans Soften on Former Nazis NEW YORK AJP> — In a dism Bonn. Germany. Lud• d in Thi Ml a 'hiweek N %  justly nr.; ed rewar criminal lid, is ii • Ih.' Al 1;• be rest, includin. I • need with No Hope of Large Restitution Settlement in Austria \ IKNN \ UN'S Procpi Ctl "I an early settlement claimi..r rcstilulhm in killed thi H Srtlrt Cite Samuel the Prophet Bart} in the histnr\ ot the American people. Cotton Mather, who was an extreme Old Testamentar d N. m Kngland being a country whose interests are re,!.!> enwrapped in ecclesiastical circumstances, ministers ought to concern themselves in politics Y.TIIV they followed his advice Austria |TOOJ BMHtrd not only in the when the %  ,'" J" t """-" ,i ; 1 Army. Austrian Social Democratic Party *' ,h h '-r 'n-l-K-K. in hand. gl inu th" battles of the Revolution. %  n of benefits lor _..„„, „ but on Sundav their eloquent voic^ :;M h. .. i were heard from the pulpit and part ol ", ;. the overall scheme of restitution Jewish Life in Kenya Not Affected by Emergency \ lewis* comi life in K. nj.. h.inot t>een • te Ol emergency med I • • Brttiah Coioaial iimenl in n itcanv II, the ported ke foundation has i new sj naNotorious Swiss Anti-Semite Gets Sentence in Sweden N KHOl \I WNS A local month • on Einar \ tori-"i publishing and distributing material com del nation racial I Th< proceeding were instituted v. -he Worl %  Amlor in Washington Aberg • • • peddlini his I I the world. Mrs. Eisenhower Gets Israel-Manufactured Rug W VSHLNGTO.N W NS At. In b) two |i I Ibyan origin, was presented this week i" MrDwight El The weavers. Hasan IT and Chanah Hagah, N. w • b w ashing'':• Israel Kmhav to participate in a World Trade Fabf mm under way here. Rabbinical Board Bans New Year's Eve Parties PHILADELPHIA (AJP The Jewish Tunes reports that New K\.par':. • ..r.belli] the local Jewish community by the Philadelphia Board of Rabbis In a proclamation adopted by the iijbbiiiic.il body meetin in Ailath Jushurun Synagogue, it was d out that N.w Year K\e 311 falls ,,n th e Sabbath. in camp denouncing not only as i.n-. m principle hut as against the true spirit and meaning of the Scriptures, the slavish doctrines of "unlimited submission and non-rewhich they explained, had been invented b> crown -MO phant.s and court chaplains to flatter the ears of tyrannical rulers Thej pictured in glowing words the rise and lall of the Hebrew Comm o n welath, and read to their hear en again the warnings and" admonilions ol Samuel, and the references made by the prophets to the wrongand injustice Oi kings, and the consequential sufferings of the people because o| Iheir rejecting God's established rule, the government of the people as it existed under Moooa, Joshua and the Judgi These and similar passages were taken as t.\|s |,,r the politlcothe ologual sermons that were heard Sonda) after Sunday throughout New Kngland Jonathan Mayhew. in the preface to his famous discourse concerning "I nlimited Submiasion and Non-Resistance to Higher Powers published at the request of the hearers, delivered on the 30th of January. 1750. the anniversary of the death of King Court Upholds New York State University Ban on Fraternities 'A VSHINGTON II A I' irl has upheld a lower if the V a Y irk to and soror.'campuses Involved in the court's action w... %  ruling iversit) trustees that i n '. .-ild be allowed rate d it barred itudeata "on accoual ol rai i color, r. : %  rigm or other artiI criteria Death Sentence Demanded for Jews Arrested in Egypt LONDON JTA — The death sentence baa been demandei for Chartei 1. M/U by way of introducthe eleven Jews arrested in ("aim turn; It is to be hoped that but and Alexandria on charges of alfew will think the subject an espionage [he Manchestaa improper one to be (list owns] on Guardian reported this week The in the pulpit under a notion that Guardian di-patch noted that neiththis is preaching politics. Why er the lawv.rfor the accused nor _. anyone elae h,bam permitted to the Jews, ..nd that one of them Was i to have committed suicide than .hould not these parts of the Scirpture which relate to civ i ernment he examined and explained from the desk as well as oih By a remarkable and potent coincidence the very texts and argument* drawn from the Scriptu that were adduced by the divines to resist the unjust exactions and illegal encroachments of the king. and which stripped the royal lire of its divine character, held up before the American people the Hebrew commonwealth as a model of government: BO close 1 ; I %  bta of the people ,,nd ol government idi-nt:'n in books of the Old Testame same Scriptural records which weaned the Americans from their monarchichal affiliations, winch placed the divine mark upon popu lar government, anil which deaff nated that form as best calculated to secure the inestimable privileges of civil liberty also supplied the model for its creation The framers of the Republic of the I'nited State, did not construct this government after the model of any of the then existing republics or after that of the great republics of classical or mediaeval history They brought to their aid the experiences of all the past: the entire science of government was their guide. In the words of Franklin, who. as an authority on this subject, isecond to none: 'We have gone back to ancient Meter) for models of government, and examined the different forms of republics which, having been originally formed with the seeds of their own dissolution, now no longer exist And we have viewed modern states all round Europe, but find none ol their constitutions suitable to our own circumstances." On the other hand, the departments constituting the framework of our government — the Executive. Legislative and Judicial — owe their origin directly to similar departments in the government of Kngland. and to the general form ol construction ••listing <>f Ihihp n anuoents. In the v Plrrt den, ,'" 1,n 'W ^•'wveraatelVaal ^ofgoverna!?* u lw a J j -Public 3 dn 1 r n Wu an 0 0,i fn.m the remnant., ;,"fonarchv ,.„ r ,i,d „ ^"J .luticiO' : -""siWl (aw, families who might th, the : an here. cml.i.nection e %  < %  ceed in tracing in these| %  %  • "—%  Vandals Desecrate Oakland Synagogue for Fourth Time <|\M.AM). ( ..in JTA Van%  m?m$m into the new Temple Beth Jacob here thil week and ded it for the fourth time in dx weaka I be vandals antarad through the root liiey hurled eggs about the sanctuary and nacarad "I I-la. I which stiMxl near an American fl Jordan Fails in Censure Attempt Against Israel IKRt SALEM WAS. The Mixed Armistice Commission in what amounts to a major rebuff to Amman, rejected a bid by Jordan to have the commission pass a resolution of censure against Israel for irrigation works Israel is conducting in the Beisan Valley Jordan complained that the irrigation scheme was "designed to bring about basic changes in the water flow of the River Jordan to the %  eriotia detriment" of Jordan Schary is Chairman LOS ANGELES Mi; M studio | head Dore Schary was named this wek b> the Brandcis Youth Foundation as chairman of its com-j j mittee tor creative programming. ; it wa a announced by Abraham : Goodman of New York Citv. presi dent Arabs Advertise Lilienthal Anti-Israel Book in U.S. MEW YORK (AJPi — An Arab iirm. the Holy Land Gift Mart, of Beirut. Lebanon, is currently advertising in American newspapers the anti-Israel book. 'What Price Glory.' written by Alfred Lilienthal. The ad asks: 'Was Truman a Zionist? or was he only taken in by the magic and myth of the Jewish vote? 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b NOVEMBER 26, 1954 LEGAL NOTICK ;E UNDeR F.CTITIOU* irlng ti> '"HM' "> (i, I ItlOUK name ,.f I \|-M>KiMAT, Ht Mi.inn ll.lii ill, glstei aald UIM %  i.-illt Cow t of Mgned, ad, STKS ZCKOWRKI !,1-.VI:NI: ZUKOWOU f.'. N Zukow kl ConatrUottoB :! E UNDER FICTITIOUS C NAME LAW -L,< I1KRKHY QIVBM !•>•' Erslaned, desiring to eiurace In unilri the ric-tltlogji name of ., Rol'ND BAR -ind L ',. N v ,,i ("oral Oabli •, Flot j. ,;i-t. -i laid name xx II. I lit Court of DssM \ ID KoNHAIZF.R liKRTLBR ,1 KonhauMT ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HF.KEBY OIVBN thai iin'ni .i. desiring to sngags In %  io fictitious name of OK FLORIDA, at IMtl N.K. „,,,. Intend to register said mil tin dark of the Circuit [i.i.i, County, Florida. CKtiRiiF. I'.m'.AN! X M KS '" \RI.Si iN ,'• %  ; PE IS fl I .I:\VISUN. ESQ Itorarl of Kloiidii llldg Miami 32, Ha. E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 111 :i: I:i: V OIVBN thnt .1 il, .siring to engas.in tltlOUl IIHIII."I |,rSI'N'I>RIBH Slier. it V venue, Miami flench. I mime the Circuit court of hlorlda IKVKR I. I.ICHTENKTEIN II.ICHTBNSTEIN HII.VI R f..r \p|iln .mi >.|,l Itlda Miami, 11a. f %  COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY. JA IN PROBATE. No. 33908-B KST \TK i >K I Mil' SIIAI'IRO, Deceased |0TICE TO CREDITOR6 am) All Person* If* VI %  .niiilulu AKHlnst Said | h .if you aro hereby ami ici|ulred In |irenent any and .1. niands which you, or bf x..ii. mav have aaainat the of I'.KItNARD SHAPIRO ileVVesti heater County. |o. k. In the Honorable. County i.f l.il. County, and file the fflees In the County ii Hade County. Florida, alendar months from the first publication hereof. demanda to contain the %  f Hi.i-lalinant and to he i --nted an aforesaid, I..Iiarr.-d. I th. A.D. 1914. ll.lNA ii SIIAI'IRO J vllan Fxecutrix of the I Will and Testament of | iR!) SHAPIRO, Deceased^ |N KNc.LANDBR |x %  Km ill.n x Executrix I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34001 In It.ESTATE i IF DAVID Yin NO, n. eased To All Credltoi and All Persons HavInn Chums or Demands Aaalnsl Said Batata You and each ..r | ou, ai. hi I • bj notified ami required to present nn> IIHIIHand il.inan.lwhich you, ••! either of yoa, m.i> have afalnst th.estate of DAVID YOl'NO, di late ,,f Coral i labli -. i lade 'ount>. Kli.it. la, to the Honorable County Judges "f Dade county, and file the same In theli offlcea In the County Courthouse In Had.. County, Klorlda, within elKht calendar month* from the date of the first publication I Said claims or demand.to contain the MgjaJ ad.ir.sM of th.claimant and lo lie sworn to and presented ,iaforeMid, or same will bo barred. Hat.November l(, A.D. I54. IDA VnlN.; As Executrix of the Last Will and TeatAmenl of DAVID TOUNO, Deceaaed BEN B8SEN Attorney for Executrix li tt-M 12 l-U NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34056B In Re: ESTATE OP BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL, Dei • ,-• l To All Creditors and All Person! Havtnx claims or Demands Agalnal Saul Estate: and each of you, are hereby d ami i squired to pi i Kent an> claims and demands which you, or either of you, maxhave Ba*aln!l ,.t BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL, deceased 1st* of Dade County, Florida, t.i the Honorable County .Inili;.-. of Hade County, and file the same In their offices In the county Courthouse in Dads Counfy, Florida, within eluht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, ibtld claims or demands t<, contain tinlecal address of the claimd in I..sworn to and presi nti .i as aforesaid. <>r same will be barred. I laic November 1"., A.l' I9M. tNNKTTK KENDALL KATZOFF As Administratrix of the Estate .,t DEHTIIA FISCHER KENDALL 11,. •• %  i-,-.i BLRY RTONB Attorney for Annette Kendall Kstsofl 11/1S-J* — 12/J-10 N TH .f,rSe RCU,T COUR-TSF THE Iris. .* D *£ ,AL C,R CUIT OF FLORN rilur N c D D v F0H ADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 173828 VICTORIA ROLLE BARR, Plaintiff, vs OEOROK BARR, Defendant. T,, N .?. TICE BY PUBLICATION i" OBt>Rutj BARR, Defendant, Address I nkn„ n > 1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED '!'", jmplalnt for divorce has been riled scatnst you, ami you are requli • %  I to serve a copy ..f youi answer on th.Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II TRA! RIO, Esquire, I0S1 duPont nulldina, Ulaml SI, Florida, and file the original answer iii the office of the t lei k of lha fir.-uit Court on or before the 6th da) of I h cembel IIM otherwlsi the allocations.In -aid complaint mil be t.ik.-n as confessed bv you PLEASE OOVER.N VOUR8ELP ACI IRDIN'QLT. I •..!.-.I loh, i "i 1064 B, B, LEATHERMAN, clerk of the circuit Court B] M. C. GREEN, 1 S, ill lieputy Clerk 11/1-12 LECAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS. fjAMf LAW NOTICE IS HKKKHY (1IVEN thai th.tindeisiKned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR PLAZA, at 1321) Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to n-Klster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, RLE A NOR Kl'HHNER HENRY BERKOWITZ DAVID II HKKKoWITZ and ANNA BERKOWITZ, his wife ELKY 8TONE Attorney for Wlndaor Phira 11 ):: i:. _'., — II I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN that the undersurned, desiring t,. engage In business under the fictitious name ,.f T. & M PAINTINO. .it I MI N W. 4th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANTHONY Nli'i II.I.KI. \ ,.c; owner MCKItAY KARPEL1. .. .,-r GOLDMAN g COLDSTEIN Attoi ti. | %  for Registrant 2301 We.i Ftagler St., Miami, Florida ll S-12-1I-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to ongage In business under the hctltlous name of KEO BAR, .ii M Northeaal MUl Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida. Intends to reglstei -.iiin business under the fictitious nai CASH REGISTER SAL E8 \SERVICE, at x|| North Miami Avenue, Miami. Pis intend lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coin t <>f Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM Bl'SSMAN c COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN 5ERV No. 174033 ALBERT, Plaintiff i fi ndant nrr OF PUBLICATION UtRY M BERT %  I I'nknown HEREBY NOTIFIED i complaint for di. 1 RES Inol x-oil. a lid x ml I io serve s cony of your i n Plaintiff! attorni y, | I s.x l„,l,| HiillclinK. •i.| file the ..rivlnal office "f the Clelk of %  ii ..r I.,-fore the 13th t otherwise the I RID ,,f C.molsint onfessed arnlnst vou. >th day of Novembt i i n. m \T"ipit\t w, circuit C,..i" WM W STQCKINO, Deputy Clerk S-t-v i-.„ %  Itlff I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34057-B In Re: ESTATE OF RI'TH LEVIN, also known as Hi-Til a LEVIN Dei eased To All Creditors and All Person! HSUkag claims or Demands Against Sala Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, max have aaaiin-t the estate of RI'TH LEVIN, also known na RI'TH It LEVIN deceased late of Worcester Cunt v. Massachusetts, to the Honi.rahl. County Judges n! Pane County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthousi Dade County. Florida, within calendar months from the date first publlratlon hereol Or demands t.. contain the dr.-ss of the claimant and to to and i i ted win be hai n .i Dai. November 15 \ Cl.llY STOfiE v -, |i ,, 'do %  : an f „f the i'-t i'e of RI'TH LEVIN wnas RUTH I' l-E> IN ised li II'M f %  IM NOTICE UNHFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned deslrlns to sna ihi fli-tlt eight i,f the lalmi i. --.ii ad he -XX ol tl .1 -.in:,' 11 1054, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,, -usaae in business under the fictitious name of I'LYINi; Dl'TCHMEN DRIVE-IN. .it IM N.W. 11th St.. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F1 da QEOROE W SPORE. JR. VV. o. VAN TIEN 11/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'uTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEO \Dl.ElfS PACKA4IE STORE, WOFFORD PACKAOE STORE, LEO VDLER'S LIQI'OR STORE, MM Oolllni Ax. Miami Pe.ich. Fla Intends t.. register mid name with the clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. n '' i 1 '' BERNARD AVSCEBEL BERICK, SHAPIRO A. FRIED, Attys. Alton foi Applicant t;n Lincoln Rosd il I2-1I-M 11 IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 62105-B MYRTLE Fl'KNlTi I'.K COMPANY, INC., a Florida I ..rporation. plaintiff, VS. EVELYN I'R.WVKnnn, also known as EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN TO: EVELYN CRAWFORD, also known as EVELYN CRAWr'iiRO SMITH IS! N. W. 2ist Btredt Apart mini 22 M..HIM, Florida TOU ARE HBRBBY ordered and required to serve %  copy ade l 'ountj. I lorida, for approval of said final report an final discharge aan. illal x exei (UrjX Of tU. .-tatof KLVA F. MONTELL. •ed This Bth day of November, ii'.l. RTHA M HARPWTER AnclUart sxecutrls PJCHARD KRIBGER FINK Attorney for ancillary estate 412 Congress Building Miami, Florida ll '1-M — ll/t-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage in business under the flotltlous name .,, STANLEY IMPORTS, at Dade County, Fla., Intends to legist., said name xxith the clerk f the circuit Court of D.o • County. Florida. STANLEY F. COHEN 11/12-19-26 — 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF.PY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SI'AII. at KM S.W *7th Ave.. Intends to register said name with the Cleric Of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. ,,„ W. P. TAL'B 11 ll-2 — 12/3-10 2U ON SAVINGS .QUARTERLY. riRriiiT rriUPT rS" THF PNTH .IUD"*IAL CIRCUIT OF 1*. IN SMri FOR DAOF. TV IN r-uAtxir-ERV Hn. 174041 APDETTfe VLADIMIR Plslntlff r ~ i xtilMiR D-fenHsnl. •re r.c pimi ir*TION IMVI-PVT VI.AriiM'R. rare of C '.si s-,th Street. New ... u. tcd'ied thsf a P'l .-f C'""• has been filed i .to see rennlced to \ ,."r A news' or Pit I ''i'i >.< c Isint "" '' %  •• i' M x v rt s" vfR, llnv, M'sml. F'oelda. w .< f I'e Clerl' • D-e %  I e*' -e lbllth 1't If vnu f"ll to • P. ,i..',„i, ..in be f,„. ih n ralUf de,ii.> IMU.-IUMI ..| Mi,ml H feh. I fo Attorney! foi Regltranl ..: w,..i Flaaler st Miami. Fta. 11/19-1'.: H NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOFL PDA iN CHANCERY. Ntf. 174124 BOBBRT L. 8ELLT1TZ. Ptalnttfl, IRENE* SF.LLTITZ, Defeiclan' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: IRENE SELLTIT25 1702 Palmetto street rolTm HERE Y BV*NOTlIrTBD Bill of Compujjnt for has i., i ''net i HELLTITB, and ,. : ,,i,x of yoUl t "Wl I tO the tSlTof nlslnl on PHtlntlf ; „.'. MILTON H RICHMOND n ,„ln R.,ad Building Mlam Beach, ... „;,,., .,„,| file the om-lnal in the ,„ ihccieik of the Clrcull i ,.„ ,„. |„.f..,,. the 13th dax ,.f De is-,1 or i Decree Pro Ctmfeggo will • ;; v vltr ; ;i"M,;,;;'i' F ,„nd. his..h "">• %  •' N ,,v ; •;:'•;;' „;",he • % % %  > % %  :—,H LEATHERMAN. Dade Count! FI,,, By: It ll BICB, JR. ,sc,n "-i"v Clerk ll |c-1S-M — 11 : Dix ,,, i,x ROBERT required mber l„ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjewist Meridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and auaranlee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ti, "th risy id" November, o t • ITIIPBV w, k. %  licit OnSkt. ni.ntv S"l.el* •i> Deputy Clerk •' .\ %  • % %  I'I. n.|ff (*— /****• Ul m> **• K1 *' |.\l'l. 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PAGE 8 B Plans Formolatod for Bureau of Jewish Education Dinner of Di Lido Dec. 15 At a breakfast meeting held in the home of Mrs. Louis Glasscr. plans were this week formulated for the 13th annual dinner of the Mrs. Louit Gfasser Bureau of Jewish Education to bo held on Dec 15. 6:30 p.m.. at the Dl I.iclo hotel. The dinner will feature an address bj Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who is now returning from Israel Program of the dinner will include .1 dramatic pnaeiitaUoil depicting the growth and development >>t the functions of the Bureau MrMatilda H Ratner, president of the Bureau, announced the appointment of MrGlaaaer ;ichair man of the 'imn. r. with .i committee membership including repri sentation from ;dl Jewish organizationa Attending the breakfast to for mulate the dinner plan-, were MrAdele Zuckerman. Helen Centalfeld, Mn Sam Proaterman, Mrs llollie Fabric. Mrs Blanche Metsel, Louis Scbwartanan, Sidney Fertig, Mrs Hilda Gertler. Mrs. Bernice Gottlieb, Mrs. Janet Shaw mut, MrBetty Schwartz, MrSal lej Spaet.-Mrs. Tillie Sandier. Mrs. Dorothy Bott. Mr1 Cjrpen .mil MrMatilda H. Hatner Adult Institute Opens at North Shore Center Monday evening, Nov. 29. will mark the beginning of sessionof ( t he Institute of Adult Jewish Education at the North Shore Jewish Center. The ln-tittite. which will extend for 15 COaaeCUtlve week-, will be highlighted by the course "What the Modern Jea Can Believe en by Rabbi Mayer Abr.uiHiv.it/ In addition to CO Ura es in elcmen tary and conve: -sational Hebrew, Abraham J Gittelson. educational director of the (enter, will offer a COUne in Jewish history .ipart ol a three year cycle, covering 3.000 years of Jewish life I acuity members for the Hebrew OOUraea Will include Rachel Al.ruiiii.wit/ and NORM Rohinowitz. The Institute is affiliated with Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMBM, 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. This program it the first and has Hi* lorgest listening audience the National Academy for Adult lewish Studies ol the United Syria! gogue of America and is a partltfi p.u.t m the Adult Education Pro gram of th %  Bureau of Jcwi-h Education. *. %  >%% .>.. Foruiti On ThrAir" Every Sndey-10:30 ts 11:30 a.m. Station: WMIE (1140 an dial) With Various Etaferss •reduced mn4 Directed fey SIM0H StIDIN S03 S.W. 17th Ave. •*. 12-5 0 FRIDAY, WTVJ Tf If VISION PR0GRAH J Friday thr Monday (Nov. 26.*) FWIDAY 7:00 Todav WO IN I N G SATUROAV e r:15i '30 r 45 I T. t Pa turn i:00 Pins Puna, Xchoul MmiT VV. 8:16 8 JO i 'n \ IOII I :45 Cartoon Show %  • *H pt. Mi.lni. Mrs. Farr to Speak P.T.A.-sponsored social for the Hebrew Academy will be held Sunday evening. Nov. 28. 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs Norman Reinhard. 2221 SW 2nd ave. Guest speaker will be MrWilliam Karr. 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e\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiayn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
HI 28 Number 47
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I Wins
^mission Tells
tians to Give
Bat Galim
Complaints Against Austrian Failure to Deal With
Jewish Victims of Nazism Lodsed at Washington
Washington (JTA) A delegation of American Jewish leaden
mot here early this week with State Department officials and leading
,, (JTA)..The is-: nx-mb.r- of the Senate and placed before them the fuels about the
Armistice
Austrian Government's "lamentable failure to solve one of the most
poignan! legacies of the Nazi rulethe claims ol Jewish victim- at
Nazi persecution in Austria."
The mooting look place on the evo of ihe scheduled arrival here
lo this country. He was received this week by President Eisenhower
and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Dr. Raab left Vienna by air
Saturday without having achieved any settlement of the claims pre
sented to the Austrian Government by Jewish organizations.
Emphasizing thai "under the present circumstances."the attitude
of the Austrian Government there is no basis on which the Jewish
groups can continue their negotiations with the authorities in Vienna.
ipti.m Mixed
,j(11 hi re rejected Egypt's
[about an alleged "attack"
Wan fishing boats by the
Lghti i "S.S. Bat Galim."
Lypl seized Sept. 28. Rejec-! Sunday of Dr. Julius Raab, Chancellor of Austria, on an official visit
[tin Egyptian accusation is
,ii order against the
government for the im-
release of the vessel and
pan crew The captain and
[the Bal Galim" have been
|pi prison since the Egyp-
I the freighter in the
nal.
tli, Egyptians seized the
carrying meat to Israel
lliopia 'hey claimed that
li vessel had fired against
Iptian fishing boats, sinking Mr. Whitehouse said, "that Chan-
th, boats and causing the lh<" delegation was led by Dr Nahum Goldmann, chiel negotiator cellor Raab has been able to take
) ptian lives. The Is- of the German-Israel reparations pad and chairman of the Committee time out from his brief tour of the
nt rejected the (for Jewish Claims on Austria, which speaks for the Jews still living in m,l,(l s,il,('s '" come '" Miami
s "fictitious." asserting
Chancellor Raab Visits Miami;
Navy Plans Key West Honors
The Jewish Floridian learned
late this week that Chancellor of
Austria Dr. Julius Raab was to have
arrived in Miami at Miami Inter-
national Airport Thursday, Thanks-
giving day, at 1:35 p.m.
In a telephone interview with G.
Hugo Whitehouse, Austrian Con-
sul here. Mr. Whitehouse revealed
to The Jewish Floridian that Chan-
cellor Raab was scheduled to ap-
the Jew,,, delegation told Deputy Undersecretary of State Robert Mur- ^VonsurTtme"^ SS
and
phy of the current status of these negotiations, which started about a rd., South Miami, between 4
year and I half ago. It is presumed that the State Department was to .6 p.m.
discuss the subject ol Jewish claims during talks with Dr Raab here cer,ainl-v is a Rreat honor,"
. dim" did not even ,
. Austria and for the major Jewish organizations throughout the work
The Austrian Chancellor
The delegation conferred with Senator Alexander Wiley, chairman of
sohcduU (I to
eave for Key West
lion
m- except for the captain's "" """"""" >""i.-n<-.i mm ocuauir Alexander wiiey, cnaitjman oi on Friday, whore he will b
days later. Egypt ""' Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Sen. Walter F George, '""''' '>> Ihe U.S. Navy, as well as
. to the Mixed ranking Democratic member of this committee. Sen Wilej expn ed 'n Krv Wj8t_?fflc'*ls: .M,-,Uh,u"
Dr. Nahun Coldr.tann
it
ii' ission, Meanwhile
I to the United
s. \ Council. The Se-
' ist scs-ion or
| i ii Armistice Com
i' the "But Galim"
p (J its agenda,
1 : filibustered against
I ... complaint.
... ii Armistice Com
Im.iilv opened its hearing
f complaint, the to-
proposed .1 rosolu-
|r tat i that the Egyptian
groundless and
house told The Jewish Floridian
sympathy, Lhe delegation Cflport. I. He expressed the hope thai there ,. ,. .,., wouId rt.lurn to Mi. afternoon for New Orleans so that
would be a prompt and equitable settlement of the long-pending claims, ami in time to depart Saturday he could be present at the Inter-
national Trade Mart,
Earlier, phone calls to Miami
Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro and
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovit/ t
ii aled that both city officials h i I
been invited t" attend the recep
tii n at the Austrian Consul's South
Miami home. The Miami Beach
city manager's office, speaking for
sentations by Jewish groups that Mayor Shapiro who was out of
the convention be shitted to an town at a municipal convention in
other place because oi Camelback's Tampa and who is scheduled to
restricted policy. leave tor Philadelphia Friday eve
When that happened. Camel- ning 1" be presenl at the Ameri-
back's man .gin- director, Jack can Municipal Association Conven-
Goldstein, Brownell Refuse Reservations
At Restricted Arizona Accomodations
'
NEW YORK New York's Attor
nej General Nathaniel I. Gold
stein this week served notice .ii1 >n
the National Association "t Attor
I \|>t to release the nt,y> (;,m.r;i| that he has refused
w. Colonel Carl G. I accommodations at the hotel se
>. "I Denmark, chairman |eeted for its annual convention
gyptian Mixed Arm- ncx( month in protest against that
immission, voted in favor i establishment's discriminatory
- n 'hition. and was join- guest policy.
U. S. Attorney General Herbert
Brownell. Jr., also revealed he will
not register or live at Camelhack
Inn. Phoenix, Ariz., when he speaks
at the convention.
Mr. Brownell's sentiments were
expressed in I telephoned state
ment from Deputy Attorney Gen
eral William P. Rogers to Henrj
Edward Schullz. national chairman
of the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Mr. Brownell is cur
rentlv out of the country and had
individual if I condoned this appar-
ently hypocritical policy."
Instead. Mr. Goldstein will seek
accommodations m another Phoe-
nix hotel.
His charge of a "hypocritical
by the Israel dele
a majority vote
vote
pigypl
introduced a rcsolu
sir Israel of violating the
Nations Armistice Agree-
sending one of its ships
J-ptian territorial waters.
contention in that rosolu-
tli.it the Suez Canal la an
D" water way. Col. Bar-
gained from voting on
Mution, while Lsrael voted
thus inflicting a second
pon Egypt's delegation at
meeting.
policy" was a reference to conflict- Stewart, wrote Attorney
!!_ statements from Camelback's Jones, the convention host;
management. The hotel first prom- "The embarrassing position this
Ised Attorney General Ross Jones piacea y(,u [n has hastened us lo
of Arizona "a change in our pol- mayc a change in our policy at
icy." Later, it advised the Anti-Do Camelhack Inn. which we have
famation League of B'nai B'rith ()c(,n thinking of for a considerable
that "our policy in guest selection |,.ngth of time. We have long
will remain the same as it has been thought it was not right to have
in the past." any discrimination, and we are cer-
The League, which made public (alnly against discrimination in the
Mr. Goldstein's letter to Mr. Cook. ijnjtP,| States,
-aid that Camelhack has a long es- "Henceforth, from this date will
tablished policy of refusing, with ^ r(,fruin from using the objec-
accommodations
General ''on- indicated that the Mayor "re-
ceived an official invitation."
Mayor Aronovits' office at Din-
ner Key reported that "he plans
to drop by for a few minutes."
Mr. Whitehouse told The Jewish
Floridian that Dr. Raab's brief so-
journ to the United States will be
shortened "because the Chancellor
must go to Canada for a state vis-
it."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. presi-
dent of the Committee for
Jewish Claims Against Austria
and chairman of the Jewish
tionable restricted clientele' tor
rare exceptions,
to Jewish guests.
The issue arose following repro Continued on Page IA
Agency executive, charged late
Continued on Page 8 A
previously accepted an invitation
to be the principal guest speaker charges Joynbee 'History With Defamation
at the meeting of the association.
Mr Rogers said he would accom
pany Mr. Brownell to the conven
' lion but that he also had not ac
I cepted accommodations at tno
I Camelhack Inn.
Mr. Goldstein is scheduled to
Rabbi Kirshblum Reelected Mizrachi President
ITY (W'NStT h e which Rabbi Kirshblum also charg-
ed contained a "defamation" of Is-
rael ami the Jewish people
ATLANTIC
;i4th annual national convention of
the Mizrachi Organization of Amer
concluded here with the reelec
views with an appeal on humanitar-
ian grounds to "the leaders of the
Arab peoples" to undertake im-
ential report. Rabbi mediate programs of constructive
|iir.siu<'in........... allocation i"i ........
tend the convention, he would not ^ ^^ ^.^j^ed in Israel un-
register or live at Camelhack M ylirachl aegll
cause T could not retain my sen
belief that former president Tru-
man "will find a better final judg-
respect as an American and as an ^^ ^ ()rmcr prudent
-Marry S. Truman thanking Rabbi
More than 800 delegates heard a ment in history than Dr. Toynbees
description ol the former president
In This Week's Issue
\Holhanitl CeMitera
At the UN
leeks
Cencert Stage
Ce.kine
Glekel Skerts
Hellyweed
Mindlin
parti
Tercentenary
Walking ten Sceae
tT^rTlM^.
President Eisenhower, in a mess-
age, congratulated the organization
on its "completion of its fortieth
year of spiritual, educational and
civic endeavors."
Former President Truman, in
concentration camps one of the thanking Rabbi Kirshblum for his
chief motives was expediency." protest, declared in a statement to
Rabbi Kirshblum coupled his at the convention that "historians
as a Missouri politician philanthro-
pist in whoso eagerness to assist
.n't efforts as president for l
11(.| The evaluation appeared in
the final volumes of Arnold J.
bee "Study of History,", tack on the British historian's 1 are given to name-calling.


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FRIDAY,
National Hadassah Chairman to be
Honored at Bond Tea on Friday
Mrs Alexander Simson, Nation- Formerl> board m< .nbey of Hi
al Hadassah chairman. State oi Is- damn. Mr- Simson *~jb* |Jt
rael Bonds, will be guest ol honor president oi the New York I hapter
at a tea given by Mr- Max We.tz of Hadassah. Her lathe. ..r^an.ze.
on Fndav. Nov. 26. 1 30 p.m.. her home. 4201 Royal Palm we.. Zionist neiet) ol Glasgow, Scot
Miami Beach. land
The tea will be held under the Mrs Simson attended the 1 nl
gponaorehip of the Greater Miami vcrait) oi Washington for two
Chapter of Hadassah. Mr- Samuel years ami then specialized in the
7. Sakrais, president, and Mi-- Lil- stud] <-t music A talented pianist,
lian Goodman, bond chairman she is well known as concert ac
A witty, informed and talented companist
speaker. Mrs Simson will discuss \ir,. simson has deoted much of
Hada-sah- role and achievements |,r ,,.,. ,,, Hadassah and
in the economic development "f ;in,| ,.mi. works During the last
the State of Israel waf| sn, u- an active member Of
the Red Cross an i worked in hos
pitals a- a n
nj Hadassah groups
Deborah. Mrs Sam Taran, pres
,n Mrs Alfrei
K president; Miss Lillian t......1
man, bond chairman; Herzl, Mrs
Sidnej R pres di nl Mrs Jo
sephGoldbi rg and Mrs Sarah Man
del, bond co-chairmen; braeli, Mrs
Elizabeth Krivitzin, president; Mrs
Frieda Kalsti in, bond chairman;
Mi norah, Mr- Raymond Wolf,
president I Mrs Mai
uel Burstein, president; Mr- 11 C
lirman; N
P. SoltJ pi
Ham Sem -eh. Mr- William
. k r." Mr- Nettie Lane,
bond chairman; Shalonu Mrs Na
than Waldman, president; Mrs
Harr) Platoff, bond chairman;
Chaim W itzi Mi H rvej j
president; Stephen S Wise,
Iwin, preside nt: Mrs
Mae Newman and Mr- Pearl Sha-
piro, bond co-chairmen; Henrietta
Szold, Mr- Otl pi. --
Mrs Miriam Pre--, bond
chairman.
Then Charms' Will
Be Awarded by
Bond Operalogue
S gold "Chen Charms" will
pie to
be premiered in the Coronation
room ol the Empress hotel on Dec
1. 8 p.m.. to members "i thi
: [srai I I
Uso ..t the
Sher ni chairman of
Bend-. ill give surprise
e.ift- to thi -m n
ish and
! the two unen selling the

Chen i- a nation;
mi .'. w h i ha\e und
n Stati : l-rael
The national women's division
1-' the name
ise that .....
I :
i xplained
Mrs
,,rr> : in Max Wi
I Mr- Ah
K..-- im n (en).
.r lir-t (hen 'harm-
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rM / #W NEURALGIA
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phony." in the Biltmore room of
the Biltmore Terrace hotel on Wed-
nesday. Dae I, at 8:30 p.m.
CJOihea Irom Ksnip Roemer. of
Miami Beach, and Maternity Fair.
of Miami. Miami Beach and Fort
Laaderdale, will be modeled by
members.
Chairman is Mrs Berton YaKoda.
and co-chairman is Mrs. David
Goldenberg.
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old Testament days compared to
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a Miami Public Library Honda '
Author Night in the Library audi-
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Featuring a -elected guc-t panel,
consisting ol the Reverend Charles
J Harris, pastor of the Holy Trin-1
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Florida Author Night will present
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of 'The Babylonians," "The Sor-
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Airs. A/eionder Jimjen
Biltmore Play
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r.-turn ol lovel) Lisa Fi rrad i) to
tmon
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two-week run follows the pattern
I opening night, producei
llir-ch will have another winning
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Mi-- Ferraday, who established a
bdf office record at the Blllmore
in her debut m "Glad Tidings,"
mce again thrills Billmore patrons
with her outstanding acting ability.
The Hungarian-horn actres- por-
trays lli< ride of Simone. a French
divorcee who is still in lose with
her ex husband.
The situations that ari-e during
thi- love affair add up to an enter
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'Her Cardboard Lover i- di
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L NOVEMBER 26, 1954
bi Chill Named Spiritual Leader
jeth Jacob; Reception Set Dec. 1
.,_;... i hill of New York, _.
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Aklva Chill. oNw York,
m engaged as spiritual load-
,,,, Beth Jacob. Mi-
acl, jt was announced this
|b> Morris B. Frank, presi-
,i Chill conducted services
[congregation during the re-
Kgh Hoi) Days.
(spiritual leader received his
Von from the Mirrer Veshiva
fusalem, IsraeL Born in
ivn Ne v,,rk' ne atten,,cd
Lshn.i I"1"'1!! Vodaath until
L| which time he went to
to continue his Talmudic
fcbinical studies at the Mir-
hiva.
\, chill wa in Poland in.
L|,en ii was invaded by Ger-
, On the advice of Rabbi Eli-
fenkel Dean ol the Mirrer
J;l (hi Rabbi left Poland and
Riga. Latvia, there to await
[come nf the invasion.
|Citj of Mir, which was on
tsian border with its world
theological seminary, was
jceupied by the invasion of
|s>i;m armies. This Yeshiva
L onlj one to escape from ;
Itu Lithuania in its entirety.
than return to the United i
[Rabbi Chill chose to rejoin I
Jool in it- wanderings in or-;
cotitniiK' his studies. In May, |
|h, returned to the United
In continue his rabbinical )
Iculur studies
1 Mirrer Yeshiva was finally!
j in Jerusalem. In 1947. |
Finki 1 and other leading ]
of the Seminary were on a ,
to the United States, and j
fai this time that Rabbi Chill :
fed his ordination.
utended the City College of
fork, where he received hi.
|or nf Arts degree, and was '
ed to the membership of the :
Science Society. He is a
|r: ol the Rabbinical Alliance
pica, the Rabbinical Council
krica. national orthodox rab-
Rabbi Meschcloff Again Heads National Fund Council
Rabbi Moses Meseheloff .was
Wednesday evening reelected to
serve as president of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami at a meeting held by the
'"I Council in the Blackstone
hotel.
Named vice presidents were
aniel Broad, Ehiel Lesowoder
Abraham Mason, i i. Mintzer and
Sophie Seeman.
Other officers include Sam
Sehachno, financial secretary: Mil-
ton Miller, treasurer; Beulah Davis,
recdrding secretary; l.|| (;,,,-.. a-
sistanl recording secretary; Jacob
Pishman, comptroller
Executive committee members
are Joseph Alter, Benjamin Appel,
Bookspan, Archie Goodwin.
s*v u-t
Ida
Kabbi Metes Mesche/oH
Sam
to be Shown
Might of the executive com-
Imeeting ol the Florida State
tion "i B'nai B'rith Lodges
Ihelil ..I the San Juan hotel,
on Saturday and Sunday
tlii- firsl statewide showing
[color motion pictures of the
knual Florida B'nai B'rith
|te "i Judaism held at Juno
t summer. The film was
|b> Burnetl Both and will be
(I bj Tobias Simon, chair-
Of thi Florida State B'nai
! litutes ol Judaism Com-
Rabbi Altiva Chill
binical organization. He is al.....
member of the New Yurk Hoard oi
Rabbis.
He served the Fast 51st St syna-
gogue of Manhattan, the Cartarel
Community Center, of New Jersey,
and the Jewish Center of High-
bridge in the Bronx and has been
active in the Zionist movement,
as well as other national, civic and j
Jewish fraternal organizations.
Congregation Beth Jacob, the i
first synagogue established on Mi-
ami Beach and one of the largest
orthodox synagogues in the State
of Florida, i- affiliated with the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations and has established the
Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashrulh Rab-
bi Chill is executive director.
In making the announcement.
Frank said it was "our hope and
prayer that Congregation Beth Jac-
ob will continue to maintain the
high standards which we have es-
tablished through the years as the
first congregation of Miami Beach,
that under the leadership of Rabbi
Chill we will pursue a true pro-
gram of education, culture and re-
ligion to inspire and stimulate the
heart- and minds of the men, worn
en and youth of our community."
Rabbi and Mrs ChiU will be hon-
ored guest- at a meeting ol the
Sisterhood "i Congregation Beth
Jacob welcoming the newly elected
.spiritual leader on Wednesday eve
n;ng. Dec 1. in the synagogue.
A special program has been
planned for the occasion, it was
announced by Mrs. Louis Shafkin.
president.
Miriam Press, Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan
and Ida "Vessel
The election meeting also cited
Prosterman, honorary life!
president, for his work with J.NF's cial reports, and Lesowoder, for his
radio project report during the report on the deliberations of the
past year j nominating committee.
Others cited include Sehachno,
for his presentation and analysis
of the annual and monthly Iman
Taxpayers Meet
Members of the Taxpayers Asso-
ciation of Dade County will meet
Friday at 4:30 p.m. in the Taxpay-
er- offices in the Pacific bldg.
President Marco Loffredo and
executive director Troy Haigler
will present resolutions to be dis-
lual bazaar to take place cugsed regarding the handling of
county taxes by the Dade County
Israelite Center
Lists Functions
Dora Slein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite (enter is making final plans
in Dec. at which time the P.T.A.
will conduct a gala carnival on
Center grounds.
Young Judaea group under the
leadership of Mrs. Estelle Wien-
s'.ein and A. Kashioff have changed
their meeting night from Wednes-
day to Monday each week, at 7:30
p.m.
Board of education of the Israel-
ite Center will begin the Adult
Port Authority.
Religion, Ethics Film Subject
"Religion and Ethics" will be the
subject of the films shown at the
Miami Public Library on Tuesday,
Nov. 30. 8 p.m. They are the No-
vember presentations of Film
Council of America at the library
Education Classes on Dec, 2. Coup-; whjch is nne of its preview centers
in Florida, and are shown to dele-
gates from organizations to help
them plan programs.
es will he given in elementary He-
brew and Bible, Customs and Cere-
monies. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will instruct all classes.
No Relations With
Bonn Sharett
JERUSALEM (WNS) Premier
Moshe Sharett. addressing Knesset
as it concluded its foreign policy
debate, declared that there was no
proposal before his Cabinet about
future diplomatic relations be-
tween Israel and Germany.
Mr. Sharett. who voiced sati-l <-
tion over the way the German re-
parations pact was working out,
made the -tatement in reply to cri-
ticism that had been levelled at
him by Rightist and Leftist depu-
ties over the admission to the coun-
try of five German social scientists
to an international social security
conference. The leftists complained
against the government's refusal to
permit entry permits to a Soviet
delegation that was to participate
in Israel in a pro-Soviet congress.
Mr. Sharett pointed out that Israel
must either be prepared to partici-
pate in all world conferences and
must in its turn play host to dele-
gations from all countries, or else
choose the path of the Arab na-
tions who stay out of many interna-
tional gatherings because they will
not admit Jewish delegates to con-
ferences held on their soil.
Apropos the Soviet delegation,
the Premier noted that Soviet Rus-
sia was denying entry to Israelis ex-
cept as official guests of the gov-
ernment and because Israel was
following a similar policy the dele-
gation was not granted entiy. At
the same time he disclosed that an
official Russian delegation had
been invited to visit Israel as
of the government, but that
mi reply had been received from
Mo-cow. which also ignored an offi-
cial proposal for establishment of
a cultural exchange between both
countries.
Mr. Sharett called for implemen-
tation of the 1950 declaration by
the t'nited States. Britain and
France to oppose aggression in the
Middle East.
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Fnday, November 26. 1954
Volume 28 Number 47
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IM-. Il.i.ih ViaUm .Miami
Dr. Julius Raab. Chancellor of Austria, was
in the Miami area Thursday and leaves here
Friday for a short trip to Key West, where the
U.S. Navy plans to honor him. According to
our local Austrian Consul, Dr. Raab's visit has
been designed to take him on a tour of the
community's main points of interest.
Greater Miami leaders were at a reception
welcoming the Austrian Chancellor following
his arrival here Thursday by plane.
Dr. Raab's official visit comes at a time when
American Jewish leaders have been pointing
out to the State Department Austria's negli-
gence in dealing with reparations for Jewish
survivors of Nazi violence there.
These leaders, headed by Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, chairman of the Committee on Jewish
Claims, aptly emphasize that the demand for
SI2,000,000 in reparations represents merely a
fraction of the estimated S200.000.000 in losses
which Austrian Jewry sustained folio1.'
Anschluss.
the face of this basic and reasonable re-
cues: for justice, they SGy, Dr. Raab and the
Austrian Pa.-. stead, pushed for
erial settlement ot property and pension
s made :zis many of them
' rials,
rtter of rec. as late as Sep-
: ewer Allied Council.
'tes as a represenative mem
re proposal. Dr. Raab
merit to discover means
- veto.
I heirless claims
c-" Jew sm would be
gesture compared with Bonn's pres-
-50G.000.000 program of reparations to Is-
rael. It seems to us. nonetheless, that such a
gesture would go a long way toward plac.r.g
Dr. Raab and his aovernmer.t stionqly on the
s.ce of the West and its humanitarian ideals

Yiliiii*kv Su Andrei '. dead. The fiery chief
delegation to the United Nations
-o longer take the floor at the UN in New
York to vituperate against the West and to ac-
cuse our government of all sorts of absurd and
unfounded charges.
-:y. who shortly would have been 71.
recorded a remarkable page in the history of
Russian commur. remarkable in that he
survive so many Moscow blood
purges, while c good number of his close col-
leagues succumbed to the sword they formerly
ied
The Sovi ef UN delegate achieved hid
greatest notoriety when he acted as govern-
ment prosecutor for the Russian mass trials of
936. And those who still remain unconvinced
e international nature of the communist
conspiracy can recall that Vishinsky's "suc-
cess'' during the purges reached all the way
ss the world to murder with a hatchet exile
Leon Trotsky then seeking political asvlum in
Mexico.
The most recent challenge to Vishinsky's ap-
parent immunity from qrowinq disfavor in the
ever-changing atmosphere of Russia's totali-
tarian reaime came at the death of Josef Stalin
in 1953, when the peppery orator was deposed
in the communist hierarchy and sent to do
United Nations duty in New York.
Whether this deposition is indicative or not
of the Soviet attitude toward the world peace
organization whether, indeed. Moscow looks
upon the UN as a sort of political Siberia rela-
tively unimportant to the larger communist qoal
of global domination would be difficult to
ascertain at this point.
Suffice it to say, Jacob Malik. Russia's Am-
bassador to the Court of St. James, is now com-
ing to New York to take Vishinsky's place as
chief Soviet deleaate. All Americans recall his
recalcitrance and ugly anti-Western charges
during the vigorous debates of 1950. when the
police action in Korea climaxed a cold war that
had been brewing for four years.
For this reason, if foT no other, we believe
there is scant hope that the death of Andrei
Vishinsky will brinq an easing up of inter-
national tensions at the UN.
During The Week ... a
r no MINDLIN
TMREI eVINTS are currently ;,^unnK a*
portantc on the Miami scene One of ih,.m p*"lncPal
da) nf Um Mouse In American Activities ('(,!n arnr.
making an investigation into subversive '""" lor
here Thil Will require a column in itself ^Z!"***
are officially under way. can be safelv ,,, ",, "n"i the
Austria Chancellor Julius Raab's rial) f.1(|^ e Th*<%,
and a dinner next Thursday evening honorii
- Club
laid
Women
tnf this array ol apparently diflMrai
the Algiers hotel Monday was Judge .,,Mln.. 2**l
mestic Relations court. New York Citj JnH, P"ll(r
national president of the women's divisj 'l,w
had arrived here several days before to discusT^ *
leaders I number of central problem, thai ,., ,u luflU
in the U.S. and abroad. Significantly she ,,,',, J''4|
remarks to me with Austrian reparation- and H.J."^*-
M
and Rabhi
HEADING FOR A SAFE HAVEN
Dinner tor llov 4 oil II

Rabbi Benjamin Schultz will be master of
ceremonies tor a dinner honoring Roy Cohn
at the Miami Women's Club next week.
This spiritual leader has not been at the head
of a congregation for many years. Long ago.
he entered the political arena and recently
achieved notoriety through his activity with a
Jew:sh committee to combat communism.
Last week, Rabbi Schultz was spirited into
the news when he presented a plaque to Sen.
McCarthy, following his organizing a March
o:. Washington" in the name of protecting the
Wisconsin legislator from Senate censure.
We categorically affirm the right of our gov-
ernment to protect us and our democratic tra-
.s from the underground activity of com-
isl organizations and personalities. But
we are also convinced that our leaders must
employ anti-subversive measures commensu-
rate with the democratic ideals we hold so dear.
The United States Senate's recent bipartisan
decision to censure Sen. McCarthy indicates
our nation's growing awareness that the tech-
niques to which committees on inquiry have
heretofore resorted are far from commensurate
with these ideals.
The dinner next week in Miami, given by a
supporter of a legislator who now stands before
the bar of Senatorial justice and in honor of a
deposed Senate committee legal advisor, has
a weird breath about it that causes us contin-
ually to wonder why it must be held at all
People who allow themselves to be corralled
into attending this function will certainly force
Miamians to consider the degree of concern
which they must still entertain for the future of
personal liberties.
Ill Seal Sal* 0|>.is
Dade County B TB seal sale is now in prog-
ress. Many Miam.ans have already received
TB seals by mail and returned theu contribu-
tions to the worthy sponsorina organization.
At the advent of the coming holiday season
and with the spirit of Thanksgiving day still in
our memories, it would be well for us to con-
sider the continuing need for our community,
as well as for others throughout the nation to
kS agamSl lh dread dlsese of tubercu-
The history of the virtual conquest of TB is
ho^?inq,ne- Ma"y are lhe 'uberculosis
hospitals and institutions that are daily q:vina
increas.ng amounts of theu energy to the battle
bT,oo?ha7h,erk,,ler cance' Bu< i5
be foolhardy for us .o believe that tuberculosis
duedma,r enCmy f man' ,S comPleely sur>
TB activities in Dade County include health
education lectures, aid to and rehabiutatio? of
tuberculosis v.c.ims and purchase of coatlv
x-ray equipment for installat.on a, local S-
Let us remember that Florida's four state
tuberculosis institutions still house i 729 2,
tients. of which 369 are from the Dade ore^
^SS^SHtha'TB h BS
leader in conjunction with China lobbvi-t AliredTV^1'1'
committee to combat communism Gilbert. jj
Concerning the latter. Judge Polier said that 4m
right to and must resist the threat of sh\, ,.,VP V^S
resistance should not. in turn, destr.iv the vm t7*
liberty we espouse. "I regret to My, lhe .xp'la.nert **'
tear >>f communism, our justifiable concern with orni "**
can way of life, has been so exploited that we are tSS.1
/ misfits .,nl dishonorable practices in the name of-mi?
f\ In this regard. Judge Polier suggested that the reWt.
* j throughout the free world was recently raised bv th
partisan recommendation of a Senate committee "that mRm!
Upper House to censure Sen. Joseph R Met arthv "
WE. NOTED a healthy change in the climate of a**
Judge Polier said, a change subsequently reinforced bvSeni
declaring that the Senate was an "unwitting dupe of'tbeOa!
even as he. himself, stood before the bar of justice Ac2_
energetic women's leader, wife of Shad Polier rrumal
AJCongress executive committee, and daughter of ih/T
Stephen Wise, this hopeful turn of events i- rurrenth int
of being muddled by Rabbi Schult/. uh..... activil
committee to combat communi.m now
extremely untenable position.
An ordained -pintual leader who has not held the paJ
lion i"r years, he now surround? himself w^i-'Jj
i S political life in support of a nan in high office -anT
tinuea to denj the voting public infi on hw hhg
lo bank man) Umei bis earnings u the J ''"rfnai
and how he reconciles his acceptanci ,
corporation while representini the uiten
U ho is this Rabbi Schultz0'' Ju -I me.i
own question: "He. who has organised ll irchoefsL.
te censure, who introduci d i I
of the comic team. Cohn and Pvt Schine traveli in traeca
As master of ceremonies at a recent function -upportingSa.|
Rabbi Schultz found in his audience Hamilton Fish
when th- Nazis threatened the free world th.it former Ira
from Docbeaa County New York Whose name remain- :atv|
other reason than President Roosevelt's famous epithet,
anil Pish." and Robert H Harriss. of Queen- cottOB broker all
advisor for years to F'ather Coughlin
"THERE WAS also the gbost of Burton K Wheeier W
remarked, 'who had associated biSBseif imquesuoaably rtj
Semites of the Coughlin era." This is Rabbi Scbuhztkti
cently thr'atened to sue Judge Polier and who iometoboai(
in Miami next Thundaj evening at the U miun s Club and.)
implication, to pay homage to S-n Hc< irth) 1 had occasali
tn addresi a War Veterans' Post on the Beach, where Ini
"meritorious service" an Coated at the end by a reoresentative ol |
uncertain name, whose uncertain leaden cho in hide I
banner ol obscurantist and chauvinist!
N m p msible person on the stafl :utablei
nating agencj here knows the leadei (his -tranee-
which acts as co-sponsor with Rabbi Schull '-deal
daj evening The ipokesman who '|
:ns thai l wouid not reo I
dinner 11 j ou are aRin us
Yet I COUM not leel an> great glorv iti this public i
cause afti r all. Rabbi s<-hult/ testimonial I
eil young man whose incredible legal coui ''affledSet
Wi ion-Hi ..nd whose antic- with a II..i rbojr._P*|
Kurop, basmirehed the honor of our aatii '"' hmwi
nd to decline In the wake of hi- del ated child'segoaf
: -hurt yaan
JUDGE POLIER'S reference to Cbai ndl0'
visit in the I nittfd Stute- w..s tatte and iharp Thi? nat
Austrian caaaal here laid bm several (ayi :iibeho 1
I 9 NaVJ in Kev West on Krirlav. ha- dads Ited hl-offKtW
tinatin- in every wa> fMissible on the mallei m doint WJJ
still l>. done for the Jewish victims of Na/i-m in hi- coaan
Polier told me that Chancellor Raab ruu MNigM t JJ
point ol absurdity legitimate Jewish reparations i
-..m. time seeking to provide th' rastoratii
i not onb to former Italia but to n../, n.ii'dufani
The (haneeilor- visit here is particularl* ,'""'r^ST
to \in. i m .i u representative of a nation which ha- recfi
billion dollar- in economic aid from our uov.-rnment sne
elusion of World War II f)r Raab s line i- I -imple one-""
i- itself I victim of Nazism and that the Jewish reque.-t
million dollar- for heirless and claimed |>n>pert>.
estimated at two hundred million dollar- :i Usl h> ,h''_
all Au-tt,,,ti- -offered from the onslaught ol ll'iir Genwe^
This. ,,| course, flies La the face of In-' ,jC'
welcomed Anschluss with open arms, auept I min',r"j|
followwm the Julv 25. 1934 murder in the I hanceUM
Dollfuai when i .,-, ist lliiaanlhil still i '" i h
tweea the Hitler regime and what would -!.-c|U.-ntl>
Powers, moved to guarantee Prince Starhenibcrg. v
that he would stand behind Austrian Independent*-^
But app.,ietitl> Dr Raab need not worn 'h,!u'^
i- the legislation enacted by his government.' Jud*'.-
stood, calling for reparations to former Nazis and t* j|
the four power Allied Control Council vetoed in AUP**
d w.,- Raab. again, who one month later delivered an awj-g
thai the Austrian government would take steps to t',!"L^|,
veto He is one man. I am certain, who would not t* ^
to the Roy Cohn Rabbi Schultz'dinner Thursday. "
to attend.


fjnVEMBER 19- 1954
+Je*lstfh*Mi*n
km
Concu
onclave

L.rsTake Their PfaH In
r, uill be the theme
Ey-wide enclave of the
Ic'lub- sponsored by the
L,,,,., Jewish Community
[Sunday, Dec. 12. at the
nch.
Natives of 32 teen age
(he (enters various
[and extension programs
up a xries of planning
t-'in carry oul the event.
lasl week as co-chair-
|ih,- conclave were Mike
Jtli council chairman at
Branch, and Sig Dayan.
the same post the
kill
I committee for the
I work out a plan
jihe appearanee of prom-
(munit) leaders and pub-
\-. ., n 'I f"r a series of
in which an anticipated
delegate* will ex-
I problems affecting
[activities and their ideas
munitj life.
kference will begin at 1
will include a dinner
|i be followed by a dance
which will be
ping with the ob-
il i in American Jewish
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Auxiliary to Mark Jewish Book Month
Jewish Book Month will be mark-
ed by ihe breater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, .Jewish Home for the
Aged, at a meeting on Tuesday,
Nov. 30, 12:30 p.m., in the Sche-
herazade room of the Algiers ho-
tel.
inc.i speaker will be Rabbi
Morris Skop, Coral Cables Jewish
Mrs. Lillian Nelson, pianist and
singer, will also be heard in a
musical program.
Hostesses include the Mesdames
Joseph Aerbook. William Agra-
DOVe, Joseph Alter. Daniel Broad,
David S. Denner, Morris Dubler,
Jack Entitle, Pauline Goaa, Sarah S.
Center spiritual leader, who will .Czech, Abraham Orovitz, S. B.
discuss Louis Zara's novel, "Bless- Schlesinger, Jack Udell, Sydney L.
ed is the Land." UVmtraub and Joseph Weiss.
Teonage conclave planners meet to map out final plans of the
program to be sponsored by the thirty-two youth groups of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday, Dec.
12. Committee representatives aie 'left to right) Nancy Taubsr.
Flagler-Granada Center; Mike Clein, Beach Branch youth
council chairman: Barbara Soitlin. representing the Town
Pranch youth council; and Steven Meyer, Corul Gables lewish
Center.
School Leaders
nter Haven Meet
ni representatives of pri-
ll.- throughout the State ,
have been invited to'
L al Rollins College.
|i\. n. Dee 3 and 4.
. :- being sponsored
County Private
nution for the pur-
icussing the formation of
le hi', anization.
Imud, president of the
bp. said this week that
\ i mally presented to
Bailey, State Superin-
Public Education, at a
i "and the Winter
i being held with
I iliis meeting will
lishmenl of a state
kite -i hools association
i ignition by the
Jonor Day'
ieth David
|! Da) at Beth Da
i Sunday, Nov. 28.
l hi aded by Charles
11 ured ii" pledges
Beth David Men's
it li give a pint of
i ;ill tor contacting
| personally and ask
f pate.
on I- president of the
i A joint committee of
d and P.T.A. headed
Ml Sher and Mrs. Max
Iwill act as hostesses to
at the brunch.
Hungarian Club Auxiliary
Schedules Saturday Dinner
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hungar-
ian-American Jewish Club of Mi-
ami Beach will hold a Thanksgiv-
ing festival at the Kenny Auditor-
ium, 1835 Bay rd., on Saturday
evening. Nov. 27, at 7 p.m.
At 9 p.m.. a program of soloists
and dramatists will be presented
and will include Miss Sally Rey-
nolds, coloratura soprano; Cantor
Philip Brummer. tenor: Joseph
Nemeth, comedian; Jacque Cohen,
concert violinist; Miss Ruth Brot-
man, soprano: Michael Vince. dra-
matist: and Miss Paulette Erenyi.
Hungarian folk singer.
Creetings will be extended by
John Starr, president of the Hun-
garian-American Jewish Club. Mrs.
Samuel (ireenberger will extend a
welcome on behalf of the Ladies'
Auxiliary.
Rabbi Machtei Again
Elected Association Treasurer
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, vice presi
dent of Mount Nebo Cemetery, was
reelected treasurer of the Florida
.Cemetery Association at the an-
nual meeting of the state body
held in St. Petersburg last week.
Other officers elected are Fred
| B. Mohle. of Jacksonville, presi-
dent: J. E. Nelson. Jr. Pensacola.
first vice president; Blaine Howell,
Tampa, second vice president: and
Clifford Coffin, Daytona Beach.
ecretary.
Judge Milledge to Speak
Open house will be held by the
Chicago club on Sunday evening.
8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge Auditor-
ium, 10th st. and Alton rd.. Miami
Beach. According to Irving Schat/.-
man, president, Judge Stanley Mil-
ledge will be guest speaker.
Harvest Hop Sunday
Young Adult Croup of Temple
F.manu-F.I will hold its third annual
harvest hop on Sunday. Nov. 28. at
it p.m.. in the social hall of the
Temple, announced Irvine Scherr.
i president. Chairman of the social
l committee, Debbie Graboyes, is be-
1 ing assisted with arrangements for
j the event by Eileen Goldberg, Dave
Goldfine, Paul Kwitney, Maurice
| Mason. Harriet Pollane and Joyce
1 Karp.
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+ t**A FRIDAY,
Gerry Lou Rose Becomes Mrs. Benedict
Silverman in Thanksgiving Eve Rites
Gam Lou ROM and Benedict Joseph Bronstc.n. was to P|
Siherman were united m marriage lace and pJorted down W
Nov 24. the eve of Thanksgiving. W by the br.de i brother. R.ch
ard Rom
Nov 24. the eve of ThanKsgiv
at 7 p.m in the Sans Souci hotel.
A reception and dinner followed
The ceremony was conducted by
Rabbi Leon Kroniah, Temple Beth
Sholom spiritual leader
The bride's mother. Mrs Joseph
k ., wore floor length, lee pink.
pencil-slim bare gown. The Import-
ed alencon lace was shaped to a
Escorted hj her father, the br.de circular flare at the back from the
wore .. regal silk satin gown, lash- knee to the floor
Joned with a portrait neckline. The bridegrooms mother lira
which was appl.qued with import- Bernard Silverman. wore a shell
, alencon lace. pink ballerina-length ballgown
The Skirl WU Stitched and pleat The bod.ee. tightfitttog. was pearl
eo in front with a cut awa) overlay
v.Inch terminated into a cathedral
tram Her veil Waa imported ap-
pliqued Belgium lace, which rest
ed on the cathedral tram She car
ried a bouquet of four white an-
Iherium, placed in a modern ar
i nt
The bridal attendant- were Mrs.
Harold L'nger. sister ol the bride.
incrusted Her ensemble a- com-
pleted bj three-quarter length
gloves chantill) lace inserts In the
flared -kirt
All three u m pale pink came-
lias
liale attendants included the
groom father, Bernard A Silver-
man, besl man Groom's men a re
Dr Harold t'nger, of Newberg
ii Newburgh, New York, matron of >,,. York; Richard Rose ol Miami
honor; Mrs. Joseph Harris, ol Hi- Reach: Murraj Dubbin, ol Miami:
ami Beach Mrs David Pass of At- Lewis tnsbacher. of Jacksonville;
Mr- Robert Lewison r, ol Miami Beach.
ami; Mi-- Marilyn L'nger of New Leonard Treister. of Miami Beach;
I Mrs Leonard Ti d Irving Wolf, ol Miami Beach
\ i- wore formal attire
Miss Willis Chooses
Chantilly Lute down
Chantilly lace and peau de soie
fashioned the gown Mis* Beatrice
Willis wore for her weeding Sun-
day
She became the bride of David
Allen Bell of Fort Lauderdale. in a
4 p.m ceremony in the home of
i; bbi Simon April.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrv Irving Willis. 3521 SW
Her father gave her in
16th ter
marriage
Sequin
med the
DavM Paras
Mrs. Umtdict SWvtrmmn
, ; Miai ich
\ : ..- ndanU a r full

, -. bodices, ti i
Stole Their '
n 1-
rhej rried Vmericai itj
; ''
11 fun ng "lit in a

Morris Cohens
was Wend) Sue -i- i ;.... jn Mi.imj
Ol New York M,r earned a "<> U\C 111 sHUUM
bride's maid- bouquet
embroidered lace tnm-
.-ciKip neckline of the
bfide'l princess style gown which
she wore with a lace demi jacket.
Her shoulder-length veil of
French illusion fell from a seed
pearl headpiece She carried
Bible topped with a white orchid.
Miss Pearl June Willis was her
sister- only attendant. She wore a
bronze gown of tissue silk chain
hrav A three-quarter sleeved dus-
ter trimmed with velvet topped the
sheath type dress.
Wcdding dinner at Top o' Co-
lumbus followed the ceremony.
Mr Bell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Bell. Fort Lauderdale.
f
ge
miniature
and wore i white organd) dress
with pink under-hp gathered into
ri d -kirt
hen Wise
He won M navj -ilk

I Mr
Mi Jack Ru Mrs
.: icon Mr a n Miss Sheba Hammer became the
bride of Morn- Cohen. Miami
Beach, in I Nov 14 ceremony in
the Hotel Garde, Hartford. Conn
The bride, daughter ol Rabbi and
Mr- Louis Hammer. West Hart
ford Conn was given m marriage
bj her lather.
She attended the University of
Robert I nt. Mrs. Mas Franklyn,
Dr Nelson (......I Connecticut, graduated from Cor-
man Mr- Gertrudi from nell University and th.' New York
Baltimore Dr I Mrs J i is l n Hospital School of Nursing She has
Miss Marilyn L'ngei Di ai I i, employed in Mount Sinai Hos-
\ii Harold l nger, Mrs Bi i
Mi Pi i Tame- Mrs
.Uthur Kleit N e w York Mrs
Ruth l>- Luggach, Chicago; Mr
ai 'i Mrs Keevi Pass Ml I
Pass Mrs A Becker, ol Atlanta
1 hi young married couple are
honeymooning in Mexico and upon
New York
Mr Cohen, the -on ol Mr and
Mrs i.....ph Cohen. New York, re
ceived his bachelor and law de-
grees from University of Miami
He i- a member of the Florida
Bar
After motor tour of the Eastern
*' fMtct WenU,
Kim ice Wrinkle's
Betrothal Revel
The engagemtsj g| .
The n.wlymarned couple will live Weinkle Mr HoW 1
at 409 SE 17th st. after Nov. 25. is being announced bji
cnts. Mr and Mr- Cari.L
5045 I,k. ii a dr \|ltt||
1 Mr Shorr is the -on n
Mr- Nathaniel D Shorr, I
Hills, v i York
Miss Weinkle atteatall
Stati i rsitj and ife]
-Ity ol V
Mr Shi :: was ^rjdutl
toe i T.rJ
Hampsh n -,'1 from the!
van i.. lege
He scrvi : in th- Ma(j
during the Korean cmftirl i
Mr Shi n .- issociatefasl
lath. Ini
Th, Ail; takeptadj
30. 18
return plan to reside in Coral Ga state-, the couple will make their
bles i home in Miami
Mn. Ami* R. Wrist
Miss Both Weds
Arnie Weiss With
(irandmother's Ring
The wedding ring ol the bride's
grandmother was the ring Arnie R
Weiss put on the finger ol Jackie
Roth when the) were married at
the Saxony hotel. Nov. 7
Rabbi I-aac Ever performed the
afternoon ceremony which was fol
I wed bj a reception at the hotel,
I be bride is the daughter ol Mr
. d Mr- AI Ruth. 4365 Michigan
Miami Beach
Mr Weiss il the -on ol Mr am
Mrs. Al Weiss, 1225 SW 31 ct Ml
ai ii
The bride, a graduate of Miami
BeaCh High School, was gi\en in
i ..mage by her parents
Ronc> Kurie was maid of honor.
The bride's listers, Sandy Hope
and Arlene Mel. were flower girls
Jerry Burns was best man
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, also at-1 ff
t< nded the University of Florida.
He is now employed by the Miami
Daily News
Obersteins Announce Alines Marriage
To .lay Mitchell, Couple on Honeymoon Here
Mr and Mr- Joseph Oberstein. Huntington. LI. uncle of the
1051 Mkhigan are., Miami Beach, groom Maid of honor wa- Barbara
announce the marriage of their Zed. of Miami Beach
daughter. Aline, to Jay M. Mitchell. Mimi Joan Oberstein. -i-ter of
-on of Mr- Gertrude Dunner. Mi- the bride, acted as junior maid of
ami, and the late Ephraim Mitchell, honor.
on Saturday evening. Nov 13. The bride selected a ballerina-
Rabbi Leon Kroni.sh. of Temple length gown of gray chantilly lace
Beth Sholom. united the couple in over two layers of bluish pink
marriage in a double ring cere- hulle. The bodice was of chantilly
monj A wedding dinner at the lace with inserts of finely shirred
Algiers hotel followed the cere- Pink tulle. The bride carried a
monj Bible on which was a white orchid
... with streamers of white satin en-
Be.t man was Jack l.ipman. of ,.:_j .,t .
twined with pale pink rosebuds
Weinstein Betrothal
The engagement of Esther Wein-
stein and David Krubiner is an-
nounced here by father of the fu-
ture bride Isador Weinstein. 1055
Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, and Red
Bank. N.J.
Mr. Krubiner lives at 879 SW
3rd -st.
The couple will be married on
Dec. 25 in Miami Beach and will
make their home here
The bridesmaid's dress was of
blue silk organza, and she carried
an old fashioned bouquet of pink
roses Mimi Oberstein wore a dre
Of blue taffeta with a white bodice.
and -he carried a nosegay of pale
pink rosebuds
Mr- Oberstein selected a bout
fant dre of black velvet and taf-
feta apphqued in Pink. She wore
an orchid corsage.
The groom's mother. Mrs Dun
ner. chose a dress of blue brocade.
the bodice of which wa- sequtoed
trimmed She wore an orchid cot
aft
Both the bride and groom attend-
ed the University of Florida Mr
Mitchell's social fraternity is Alpha
Kp-ilon Pi.
Mr Mitchell is now with the Sig
nal Corps at Camp Gordon. Ga. The
couple are spending their honev
moon in Miami Beach
Arlmor
Mrs. Jy M. MifdMlJ
Michael J. Margolis. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar
golis. 1672 Daytonia id.. Mi-
ami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Nov.
27, 10:45 a.m., at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh will officiate. Mich-
ael, a student in Beth Sholom
religious school, is in the
eighth grade at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School.
Solomon Bur Mitzvah
Bar Mitzvah of Daniel Solomon,
son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Solo
mon. 7985 Hawthorne ave Miami
Beach, will take place Saturday
Morning. Nov. 27. at the North
Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate.
Daniel in a student at North
Shore Jewish Center religious
school and is a Junior Rabbi at
youth service.-.
NetaawW Uear
I Reception to Ho
Nathaniel Law
Nathaniel Laucr. soti
Mrs. Aaron S Lauer, 3431
ave.. Miami Beach, si
Bar Mit/\,.h on Saturdjjl
November 27 at the Hebw|
emy
Rabbi Alexander S
' official- Hr Sidney B. I
Professor of History '
University, uncle ol the I
I vah. will address the Bal
Nathaniel am the Ml
to start the Academy 11
ception -even and a h*tf ja
i He 1- an honor stuiat|
' eighth grade and i>
| the Academy's student 1
Mr. Lauer, hi- father, si
'ihe pioneer- and foundffll,
! Hebrew Academj and is <
Isupervisor and recordist!
'of the Acs Ii my Father"
Mrs Lauer who at'
ithe board ol directoRl
Academy Women. !*<
financial -e. retary of
ters of I
Relative- and fnrt*|
Lauer family wminjJM
Beach for the Bar MitmM
are Udor Lauer, W
Mr. and Mr- J*Pn n*
es H. Hoenig. Aaron
- Sidney B Hoenlf*"*
timus
Follow,,., the ser.*>!
tion and kiddu-h i ]
the Academy **"*
Mitzvah
Uury FedtfBfl
Mitzvah SatuiJ
l^arrrFedar.saadjC
N Feder JfT*ff
dr.. Man Beach_ jj",
Mitzah during SajJ-l.
MTVices ol Aga** V
Ufctltllte
,;Rabb. I^'Ev'rnaT
er. will official' s>
"^SryU..^,
at Nautilus Juaior nw
a.aaember of Ike I
6f Aiudatn Is**
A receptwo'"'1".
honor will folio*


NOvrMBEH26. 1954
*!dmUiJhridUMj
PAGE 7A
0t(c Kdelman
lune Wedding
' gcnont of their daugh-
5 ,. is announced this
,!r an Ea,l l>i Lido dr., Miami
dp-, fiance i Morne K.
" | Mr ;ind Mrs. Wil-
flboru 1335 Cleveland rd..
each
Hole are now planning to
|eri some time in June.
[dberg is associated with
r in aeronautical supply
Lion. Marks
lied in New York
hl, i,i.i of the year, new
Howard Murkscs will
to live, They were
\ 13 in New York.
,!,. |be former Sally Cy-
fs the daughter of Mr. and
I imon, 279 SW 18th
i
Ljdegroom, Howard Marks.
L Mr. and Mrs. David
t( Sew York.
rj,l,. a graduate of Miami
lool, bad Mix Connie Sei-
ridal attendant.
Rosenberg was nest man.
il the couple is living
York
ISO! I
rmation
I hi. son of Mr. and
tri- Levinson, 529 15th
|, te his Bar Mitzvah
27, it Temple
, i.l Rabbi Irving
Henry Wernick
antor Philip Brum-
ii i- in eighth grade
\i Fisher Junior
. i- ;. member of
iii school of Tern-
I
|Grimberg, Rudolph
' Exchange Vowa
Anita Grbnberg and Al Rudolph,
both of Miami Beach, were united
in marriage Nov. 12. Judge Harold
Spael affiliated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Elsie Grimberg, of Miami
Beach
Mr Rudolph bj Pool Manager of
the Monaco Motel in Miami Beach.
Mike Wassail and Irving J. Le-
vitt were hosts at a reception at
the motel
Atter i wedding trip to Nassau,
the Rudolphs will reside at his
home. 9541 East Bay Harbor dr.
ison to Head
Ernes Group
I i w 11 this week
|pi.'-ili:it of Anshe Ernes
It ion
sfficers named at a regu-
Ui lude A M. Zimmer-
president; Hyman
econd vice president; Jo-
ni- secretary; and Max
lid. treasurer.
include Sam Kitman, B.
an I Meyer Shapiro.
11 Albert Cotzin, with
I itz acting as second
Party Monday
ip of Hadassah will
lir i party at the Algiers ho-
ifternoon Nov. 29,
Mrs. Anna Helfat is
PERSONALLY!
SPEAKING
Dr Albert E Rosenthal is now
Convalescing al home after several
week- ill Mercy Hospital as a re-
sult of a heart attack. Dr. Rosen
thai was forced to cancel his sched-
uled activities during the recent '
convention of the American Dental !
Association, where he was to have I
acted as host, serving in the ca-]
pacity Of president of the Florida
East ("oast District Dental Society.
if
Mr. and Mrs Harold Shugar. of
Baltimore. Md announce the birth
of their son. Neal Ardan, Oct. 11. '
Mrs. Shugar is the former Anne
Hertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Hertz. 4526 I'metree dr.. I
Miami Beach.

Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai announce the birth of their
second grandchild, Susan Meredity
VatI, born to their daughter. Mrs.
Robert VatI, on Nov 10 in Pitts-
burgh Their iir-i grandchild, Jim-
my, will he two years old on Nov.
28
Mr and Mrs Murray Schwartz
man anil children. Rosalie and Ro-
bert, have left for Memphis. Tenn .
where they celebrated the 25th
wedding anniversary on Thanksgiv-
ing of Mr. Schwart/.man's sister
and brother-in-law,
Mr and Mrs. Aaron Karr are
winding up their trip to the Far
('onsecrati.m service for children | fast with a stopover at Hawaii
of the Hebrew and Sunday schools ,'
of North Dade Jewish (enter will i
take place on Sunday morning,!
Nov. 28. 10:43 a.m.. according to
an announcement this week.
Regular meeting of the Center
is scheduled for Wednesday eve- j
ning. Dec. 1, at 8:15 p.m.. and will
be followed by the first in a series
of six lectures presented as part
of the adult education program at
North Dade.
Dr. Norman Jaffa will discuss
"Latest Advances in Diseases and
Surgery of the Eye."
Annual journal dinner and
dance is scheduled for the Algiers
hotel on Dec. 11. Ben Essen will be
master of ceremonies
Mrs. Howard Marks
North Dade Hears
Eye Surgeon
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Mrs. Swartz Chairman
Miami Beach Chapter. Bnai
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luncheon and card game on Wed-
nesday. Dec. 1, 12 noon, at the
Empress hotel. Mrs. Abraham
Swartz is membership chairman.
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Sisterhood Plans
Fashion Show
Sisterhood of the North Dade
Jewish Center will hold a fashion
show and dance on Saturday, Nov.
27, 8:30 p.m., at the Center.
The show will feature Inith wom-
en's and men's fashions. Women's
clothing, which will range from
resort clothes to a wedding ensem-
ble, were designed and sewn by
Sisterhood members
Chairman of the affair is Mrs. J.
Blustcin, with Mrs. William Born:*
in charge of the program.
Mrs. Af Rudolph
Geismar to Speak
Siegfried Geismar, local civic
leader and retired attorney, will
be guest speaker at a luncheon,
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
Bnai B'rith. on Tuesday. Nov. 30,
12 noon, at the Di Lido hotel. Mr.
Geismar, an officer of the lodge,
will discuss idle Thoughts of an.
Idle Fellow."
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Mrs. Laurence Goldberg,
1446 Lenox ave., will take
place on Saturday, Nov. 27.
at Temple Emanu-El. In the
absence of Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Rabbi Henry Wernick
will officiate. Cantor Philip
Brummer will chant. Robert
is a seventh grade student at
the Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School.
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FRIDAY
Complaint Lodged
Against Austrians
Continued from Ps^e 1 A
V iilii it throughout the ne-
uith the Au-"
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ti rmittentl) I i
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TB | -ei cane in the
tn 167.000 Names
(uses ai 'in
Count) Association
W against
is
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, to our letter
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chair-
ion to *up-
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Association
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that a
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rs of the d
honorar)
have eat!y beei the A

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nd Saul K

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In.-
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Speakers'
Workshop Slated
Sapero Named
To Fourth Term
pn >i
: th-' Downtown v i
for h.- fourth t<
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[ resident: Mor
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-- nun Agi

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Toral -

Watttr Ce.k
in i support
ed entirely b> the sale ol Holiday
that 81 cents "f ever)
dollar raised remains m Dade
County, with 13 a nts |oing to sup-
port the itate program and in
cents tn the National Tubercu-
losia Association
in Dade mc ol our noa)
important services is the operation
s-raj unit, which enabled
nts to btain free

cases t either suspect or active
tubvrculni- wen located." Clem-
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S
'* or. andHarold Shapu
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will be present)
: h" ha- chosen for her
- bject "Crisis in Jewish Hist
Repi

I
Milton I
Footmen Honored
\ uuharj i I the I> a d e

ard ol Hadassah. Mr- Leo Ben ,h"ir ">'es m
i : New York, will conduct the
kit. turum
She has conducted speakers' and
rship training institutes in al-
erj citj it: each ol Had u
sah's 27 regions including San Kleiman Preceds an
Ji an. Puerto Run children
Sundaj n the I
Dr an I Mr- \i n Merlin 1745
>\\ :.ith ave Entertainers included
Linda Ruth and Vich.,. "
M -- \i:. M ii|ss \,i,.|
Shepard Named Head
Of Hotel Association
Week
owner
oil i.
A disabled v t
World
;; Sm -
toci
bs bo-

when he
ha loyal
wiTth in Vest
Pa In Heath
A m o n g the
ti a n > organic
I -1- in which he holds member-
ship are the American DugJatJ ol
Tra\el Agencies. Mahi Shrine Tern
pie. American Legion. Biv ..yne
Baj Kmjni- Club and American
Canter Bociet)
H*pmr4
V* ]
1
Mrs. Leon J. Ell. chairman of reservations, distribute
tickets for the annual holiday fair dinner and auaraT!
hood of Temple Beth Sbo'tCJ i. Shown with MrS n Li
right' are Mrs. Charles Silvei c iKtion chaumao v" i
L. Arkin. dinner chaumc. en< "'- l'~,-.0\ ~Jl
chairman of the cocktail party ,, -^,0 I*
The affair will take place in the banque: hall of thai
Sunday evening. Nov. 28. at 5 30 pm.
Goldstein, Brownell
Refuse Reservations
Continued from Page 1 A
minology in our advertising and in
our correapoAduaa
Hut Mneral weeks later, in re-
sponse to an inquiry from Arnold
Forster, chief counsel of the Anti-
Defamatinn league. Stewart ac-
knowledged that his hotels policy
"will remain the same He added:
"It is true that Camelback has
been patronized by a Gentile clien-
tele, hut very i>cca-sii>nally. we have
had a tew Jewish guests whom we
have carefully selected We intend
to follow this policy in the future,
and thus, will not be doing an>
thing ditlerently than we have
dune in the past
Mr Pbrster suggested that Cam-
elback -> advise Attorney General
Junes and the association who. he
said. "Wrongly believe that the pol
icy Change Wa- made "
Mr Sti wart response, received
b) AM. lart week, declared that
the matter of the selection of our
Band "t necessity must be a per-
sonal one and we leel that it is
beat that we not attempt to detine
or interpret oar pottcj to Ottawa
\ttnrney (ieneral (ioliNn-in.
the contents ol thi rorraapoadi
tat ahoni n am
than a \ir Stewart had original!)
iii.i and said tn.it he
would not ntt the raatneuve polk]
It is vet) apparent that Cam
ich Inn ha t inti a.led to cloud
iuat t"r the toaeen-
ne tain in his i. net M pm
teat t,. \tti.nu> GenaraJ Cook
Or. (ison^rcrfri fo Speag J
Belh Sholom Cerenot/
IT Ma ir ., !! K,.-^(
dent of the Uniaa of
Hebrew
bod) ol rm Judaj^j
guest of honor at th
ceremonu : T.TnpifBlii
on Sunday. Dec 12
Public ceiemoaitsattai
be held from 3 to 4 pm i
be followed b> a dinner tM
Lido i
Since Dr Kisendnth
president in 1M3. th (j
American Hebrew Co
ha experienced an uoiutai
of growth, adding moiti
new congregatiou to its i
ship roll
Englander to Speak
South Shore ritrm;!
ami Beach will meet oil
evening. Nov 29. 8 pa,s|
Black.stone hotel VMrayl
Knglander will be rues I
according I Mr- Lena
pre-i
FORMER NURS
CAN TAKE ElDHtY UDT Ml
Otiful hem?. SlMCttM -m^
bath. Kaihtr stvfe j
PHONf: 1)4)11
Chamber Concert
Universit) of Miami School of
Music will present the second in
thi> years series of contemporary
chamber music concerts in Lowe
laWtery on Wednesday evening.
Dec 1 at 8:30 p.m. These concerts
are prepared by Madame Renee
Long), chairman of the School of
Music Theory Department and Pro-
or of Solfege The concert will
honor t h e memory of Elizabeth
Sprague Coolidge. sponsor and pro-
moter ot toBiempotary American
music
ITMORt PUTHOIBJl
IN PEIS0N
Lisa
Ferraday
IACK BT POflHAt b|
is
"Her Cariboo* I
N0WPUY*
Ni,ktu eitift >
MAT NEES SAT I* I
I*. OHict Of* M
Foa iKOVATioai r
84-3404

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Rummage Sale Due
Miami Beach chapter. B'nai
B'nth Women, will hold a rum
mage sal,. at Ste.ens Market on
and Tuesday. Dec. 6 and 7.
Air fonditioa^^
BUTMORE PUT
151 N.I. 40tST.-l
Of*"*'
umt'
with lrW"*tl
Sparking the annual membership enrollment for the Greater Mianv. Jewrh Community Cen>r
ni front row (left to right] Mrs Anna Levine. Gail Ackerman. Mrs. Hyman Kam Hyman Kam
Richard Fink, chairman. Efraim H. Gale, executive director, and Mrs. Dorothy Fink Rear row
left to r.ght) are Max Nuchomovic, secretary Joseph Masters. Leo Ackerman. Irving Saal Sar.
Se.thn. Eugene Heiman. Leon Epstein. Jack Top pell. Leon Kaplan and Hvland Riias
I
HARRY PEARL
wislM* ft hit mmmy <'<"*
Md vetoed cm*n
tkmt fc. it sffUMftd M h*r*t'" -'"
ISRAIl NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO, *
N.W. S*b STtHT, MUaU 1* H0t*
fm Parts* Ur,i
MOM MM, MM5 y7i


MOVEMBEB 19S4
~-^J*MJkr/(M9rj
PAGE 9 A
ly engaged in creating hand-made items lor the annual
liday Fair and Auction" of Sisterhood of Temple Belh
i on Sunday evening. Nov. 28, are these Golden Agors,
sup of women who have organized to take on specific
cts for the Sisterhood. Left to right are Mrs. Samuel B.
Bsinqer, Mrs. John L. Leibowitz, chairman of the work
j Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the Golden Agcis. Mrs
k- Gittlen and Mrs. Irving Engel.
I
BJOCMlW
MltlOrt
Shown above ">n leaden in the current campaign to build the new Temple Beth Sholom stru-
ture Snci in ri-jhti are Albert L. Rosen, John Serbin, qeneral chairman, Howard H. Mill-
r, chainnatl, H'"! fall campaign, and Sol S. Pine. Standing (left to right) are Zachary F.
Bailey Abe Solorko, Or. Notman I Rues and Henry S. Glinick.
:'. the annual exhibit in honor of Jewish Book Month
1 r.ght Mrs. Bertha Aldritch, of Miami Beach Public
id Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chairman of the local !>w
: Month Committee. The exhibit of books on Amerii an
jnd historical documents will be held over until
Ortontation met ting I n i lub leaders and instructors of the Gre nh Community
Center is condt led I j member* < the professional staff of the Center. Shown are (eeated
|ft to right Miriam Scheinberg, Beach Branch youth supervisor, Mrs. Robert?
SondJe, | iiei Mrs Sarah Jackson, Mrs. Dolores Pearl, Town Branch youth
,,,j Vaughn. Sheila Block, Mrs. Miriam Kalisher, Mrs. Yvette Fogel.
Murio] Sokolofl Qreenberg, Seda Khoyan. Anita Feinstein and Fern Hoffman. Stand
,q lc utive director, Leonard Romney. extension supervisor
How,,. i, Herts. Bernard Spiwak. Martin Kaplan. Bernard Kulchin, Albert Hurwitz
Bob, Iverman, Irvin Bloch, Nisson Pearl, Beach Branch supervisor, Israel Silve:
Town Bran, h su| tnd '........el Tropp. assistant director. Not present are Sylvia Mil
gram,? urke Carole Foge'lman Betty Hal Schrager. Jerome Bchul
lillei Mrs. Esther Titus and Edward Be
i
**V2

.v**;
Vi
by Mrs.
Picon was honored recently at a tea given
Host m her home. 2990 Flamingo dr. Shown planning
Sponsors of Israel affair that played host to the star
3 screen and radio, were (left to right) Mrs. Host.
*inam Press and Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of Uie
ii Division, State of Israel Bonds.
Histadrut Chorale, directed by Ruth Brotman, wrth Olga B.bor Stem p^rnst presented a pre
aram of folk songs at a meeting of Kadimah Chapter, Pioneer Women, Thursday m me C*dH-
S. Bottom row (left to right) are the Mes dames Meltzer, Warner and Shevnv Mtddk,
row are the Mesdames Shore. Zernan, Borens.ein and Fogelman. Top row are the Mesdames
Sandier, Weiss, Brody, Zimmerman, Segal and Pace.


PAGE 10 A
Kkniittkrkflan
HHDAY. No
Psychiatrist to View
Bible in Lecture Tuesday
Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Miami
psychiatrist, will -peak on "Psj
chological Concept! oi the Bible,"
Tuesday evening. Nov. 30. in the
Academy auditorium.
This i- tin' lourth in a series ol
Dr. Btnjamin Coleman
tight lectures centering around the
theme. The Bible and Modern
Man
Rabbi Alexander S Gro s, prin-
cipal, will introduce the speaker
Pr Coleman is .> graduate of
Emerj I niversity, Medical I
Atlant the Univi rsity "f
ma He is certified bj the
American Board ol Psychiatrj and
Neurology
'Wonder' Grass Revealed
i ctrifj ing m ws on the world's
new "wonder" grass, zoysia, has
: i Si levan and Har
vej S Goldstein to purchase what
i- reputed to !>< the world's largi '
genuini ioj sia l he ISO
acres are in Palm Beach County.
Selevan and Goldstein operate the
Art Lai ; Art's Nurs-
< r> here An exhibition plot ol the
j.r.i-- i- "ii vi< > .it Art's Nurserj
( n the 79th -i I .in-' u,i>
Luncheon Thursday
e-B eis Chapter "i
Jewish Congn will
hold .. Int t Lin Font 7321
Collins ave on Thursdaj, Di
12 i announce-
men! b) Mrs Larry Frii
pn lent. In chargi I i I i mation
are Heli n Finget Riti Singer and
Ann M.ilkm
Community Chest
Pushes Total to
$656,505 Here
Community Chest's I I I
n total w.i- pushed to 1856 505
... s( irki rs in the Chest's Division
\ ind Industrj Division Section
I. reported M percenl of the
$1 225 000 I raised i|
daj at noon
l he i best's Big Gifts Division.
i y Moore n l J >hn
rted .i total ol S459532
I for 83 percenl ol th tit Big
Gills goal "I -
v w captains rep
: th< if Division "A" <
cations mi Tuesdaj were E Iward
l. Summ. rsett, Non S< heduli i Kit
lines, 121 i Mard n Mi
Real Estate Appraisers 110 per
cent; Cap! Charles A Olst n, Ma
.mi Shipbuilding 109 p< rcenl
\: thonj Abraham, Vutomotivi
Dealen and Finance, 103 pi
Uiiianl t Webster and Ross Ro-
barts, Liquors, h>h perct nl Frank
Irwin, Bakt ries, 157 percent; Wal
;. r Stokes, Cemeteries, 101 pi i
cenl; C <; Robozo, l -
lui percent; II D. Si
Construction Suppliers, Steel, lot)
percent; and R B Kolkana Chem
ical Manufacturers 100 percenl
I nd< r the Chesl Industrj Divi
-mil Section I. through which em
in 22 large firms are be-
ing solicited, McGregor Smith.
pinch hitting for Comer Kimball,
chairman of the Division, reported
,i total of Hi*;. 122 bj 11 employee
groups for 45 percenl oi their
I lle-t
Ni u i ompanies reporting Tues
ii.i> included Food Fair and Carls
with .. 1055 Federated Share total
i.i S12.703.26 Richard's empl
had S6 101; Fuchs Baking, $4,000;
Miami Transit. 13.000; Florida
Power 4 Light, $4:;.ooo
Florida Power 4 Light Com-
pany's 2300 employees, with 98
perct nt participation, had W.) pi r
cenl giving, according to the Fed
rati 'l share schedule suggi sted by
the Industr) Division
paign chairman Lester It
Barnhill said the Chesl total to
date was about Ihe same percent-
age wise a- that raised in las)

Th.- Industry Division Section I.
i- -i heduled to complete it- drive
on Tuesday, Not 30
Council Sections Plan
Overseas Programs
Miami r i J Miami Bi ach Sections
i National Council of Jewish
Women will feature ship a boa
i- programs al their i
ing- on Dec i
Miami BV ach s. ction will meel
at the in Lido hotel al l i> m Guest
speaker will be Mrs Stanlej C
Myers, national hoard member ol
Council and national ovi
chairman
Hostesses are th.- Mesdames Mor-
ton Greenwood, II Hyman J Gl< i
cher and li Orleans
A film Women al Work." Is
scheduled for the function, and
Mr- Joseph Williamson will act u
commentator
The Miami Section will meet In
Koubeck hall also .it l p m accord
ing to Mr- Robert Mayer, chair
man Scheduled i- a -kit, "Worn
en- Crusade
'
5, fit*
. -A
tT*-
*?*
/
chaina
end |
Grea'er Miami communal leaders pledge sup port to Sam J. Heirr.an,
Combined Jewish Appeal, at a testimonial lun cheon held in the Biscayne Te
qroup includes many former campaign chairmen and presidents of Greater m"^
erntion. From left to right (clockwise! are Dr. Be njamin B. Rosenberg, director^
Scm J. Heiman Stunley C. Myers. Federation presiden*. William D. Sinqer Aul
Arnold Seeder. Leo Ackerman. Scm A. Goldstein. Harold Thurman. M J Y~S).
Jack Arvey. Sam Friedland, Max Orovitz. Dr. Morris Goodman. Harry SinVni*
vitz.
Altheimer to Speak at
Annual GMKC Meet
Alan J Altheimer. Chicago at-
torney, president of the midwest
section of the National Jewish Wei
[an Board and presentlj secretary
Siinty Slider
of the NJWB, will 1m- guest speak-
er .it the fourth annual meting of
the Greater Miami Jewish lommu-
nitj "enter, scheduled f'>r Sunday
evening. Dec 5 H p m at the Town
Branch building, as announced by
Sidni > Stiller, chairman of the an
nual meeting committee, and Mr-
Milton Sirkin, president
Stiller- committee i- arranging
fur., short business meeting, which
will include a report of the nomin-
ating committee bj Leon Kaplan.
chairman, as well a- remarks bj
Mi sirkin and executive director
Efraim H i
Member- ol tin- committee in
elude still, i chairman, Sam Sen
lin Milton Balsam, A Budd Cutler,
Mr- Carl Susskind, Mr- Jesi
Freed, Mr- Joseph Duntov, Mrs
Philip Lefkowiu Mr- Alvin Mora
wit/ Mr- Carl Wrinkle. Mr- H.r
nard Weksler and Hyman Kam
600 Attend Beth
Sholom Celebration
A capacity audience of more
than fJOO members attended the
construction caper- celebration of
the new building now in progress
at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday
evi ning The program was held on
the floor of the partially rnmplcliil
new auditorium.
Details of the unique feature- of
construction, which include an aud
Horium capable of seating 750 pen
pie and the sanctuary, which will
also contain 750 seats and both of
which w'lll provide completely un-
obstructed vision from any part of
the room, were described by A.
Herbert Mathes, associate archi-
tect, who conducted a tour of the
building
Reports of the results secured by
75 workers were made by eight
team capain- under the leadership
Of Howard II Miller, chairman of
the 1954 fall campaign. Ralph
Spero. president of the Temple.
presented citations for outstanding
service and dedications to 90 T
pie builders.
John N. Serbin. chairman of the
campaign cabinet, announced that
more than $388,000 had been pledg
ed by 435 members to date and
assured the membership that the
goal of 5500.000 would be readied
by the end 'if tin- Near
Cornerstone laying ceremonies
will ha held on Sunday. Dec. 12
and will be followed by I dinner
at the Dil.ido Hotel at 7 p.m.
His smile is
voice will no li
: alive attcdi
- Wesl Sovieti
N
edoiol
lack ecr'y Mc
York City. UN
lives temporarily i
their d#l'b*ratk#|
to the :-..-e Russia i
who wenthered aadI
mcie political z~M
cow then anytfhaf
lecgues. Vish::ar/|
have been 71
Elliot Field, popular WKAT
radio star and known lor his
presentations to local clubs
and associations, opens Fri-
day evening at Studio M in
Coral Gables in a production
entitled, "Two for the Show."
Together with Judy Wallace,
of television station WTVJ,
Field will present a drama-
concert, featuring selections
from plays, prose and poetry,
including one selection from
Ihe "Education of Hyman
Kaplan." The drama-concert
stays on at Studio M through
Saturday and Sunday eve-
nings, 8:30 p.m.
Holiday Fair at Beth
Sholom Due Sunday
Annual holiday fair and dinner
will be held Sunday, Not 28. b)
the Sisterhood of Temple Betii
Sholom.
The dinner will start with cock
tails in the patio at 5 30 p.m.. un-
i der the chairmanship of Mrs
Kmanuel (ioldstnch. Dinner will
be served at 6:30 in the banquet
hall, with Mrs Joseph I. Arkin
as chairman.
The auction which will follow is
under the chairmanship of Mrs
Charles Silvers, with Mrs Walter
Jacobs and Mrs. Milton Jacobs, co-
chairmen.
Mr* Irving B. Kaplan is Sister-
hood president, with Mrs. Leon J.
Ell in charge of reservations.
Health Exhibit Due
Members of the Mental Health
Society of Southeastern Honda are
bus) with final preparations for
the display which promises to be
one of the outstanding exhibits at
the Health Fair tor the public to be
held at Bayfront Auditorium Dec
2 to 5 The dispiuy was conceived
by the education committee chair-
ed by l)r Joseph Narot, with Drs
Paul S Jarrett. Loans Gould and
Syvil Marquit in advisory capacity
Saratoga Inn Changes Hands
Rocky Marciano. world heavy-
weight boxing champion, will be-
e'.i.ie owner of Saratoga Inn res-
taurant on Biscayne blvd and 77th
st about Dec 20
According to word this week
Bub Kienstem. formerly of Mam-
my s. will operate the new Marci
a".0 *.,urw,t- Martv wl. >" of
Al Weil, who !s the heavyweight
champions professional manager
has been named manager of the
eating establishment.
The door is opened to remove Israel Kosher and
beef salamis from the smokehouse. Here, the
who haa carefully watched this important op*
to take the salamis to the refrigerator Un*
elusive smoking process is f^f^Lm
tenderness and extra flavor. Israel Kosher ""^
on the regular menu of discriminating house*"
in the finest ^'n'wfl room*.


NOVEMBER2|1954_
J"*i*Lkrictiar)
imonder
,rida West
JNcal Heller,
nI Commander
of
ivrtami,
of the
is for the State
t ,hi> week visited the
jst i''-
|nd Tam
of the
ar Vel
Obit
PAGE 11 A
ii a r
EVELYN STOR.CH
I e s Society Meets Friday
ii.
. Ar.mlai meeting of the ftynanv!
4',"1;.,';. ie Psy
"7 tills
Heller
V
panying
Coin
w c r e
M ( .1111
M.i i ''
h C.
ian and
f Staff
jokolow.
Department Commander
i,l-i> evening at Temple
om in Sarasota. A special
honoring Heller followed
and the Commander ex
invitation to all JWV
m the West Coaat of
it., attend the next quar-
.....i the State Depart-
eduled tor Coral Gables
y, Dec 26,
pected thai the new Na-
mmander of JWV. lion
Barr, of Washington.
II make the keynote ad-
thiil tune
nd< Heller also address-
Impa Post, Saturday cve-
spoki to the st Peters
t al .. special Brunch on
passe.i ., .vfet'y Tes.i.i>. *t.,. i,i
numi-. p Ii
i it> r..i ii \,
I lve.l l" hi ii..
ami Bl ;i. h .. hi ..in. Mill
i-i.. \, n.y., .m.i .1 ...I, i mi |
BellnakI, ..i |i.....hi),,, N y
Mrs Stolch ..i It inallv ..i, .
v..i k i :itj si,, was ., member .
i It.;.. Ii Pout, .1. .. i-i, y,., \ ,
III Ladles Auxiliary, Ainpil.au l-eg-
'"" '....... -MIX,II ,1 | :,,,., ...
Mill, l |..i- ..! Hi,. Mi.,,. ||, ... |, 1511. ... .
Lodge Kp i.ii -. rvirni i........i,,. "'Kireii and education in the child
'I -Mil, rtahl M01 1 -....;,. Coral
Gables, i.m k-latln Int. 1 touk
l'b" 11..... .- .11 nI 1... .
Park
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I HI-
1. of
Mis
\.
f III-
feholosical Society of Greater
Miami will l. held Friday evening,
Nov. 26, 8:80 p.m al the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gelb, 810
Paradise, Coral Cables Anita
Peinstein will lecture on tact and
'in'- lira Sonia Siet will discuss
OUNSHOR
m 1:. ai h,
., Mia ...
.1 A .,,
1 :
WILLIAM B
i". Ilf IS36 I I. I BVP
a DUI .III fill
II leal applla II ,......imI
\.\ : Service! ,v, ,
lyn. \\ illi Rlvi Kid. H ;, pu.
here I H..111.. :.....1 .
H" ..l h) hi- wife
Fa) .1 (latin '. 1 ', Mn till H
Washington, I ...... h Ain. ,,| Mi-
ni,... four bi othei.- an I ..
MRS. EVELYN EDWARDS
1 '' HE Ml, ,1.11 ,.....|V
nI \. V..i k. 1 .
.1.1 I: 1. Me-
., ippl m ,ml, with hui
Star .. llavld Cemeler) Shi is sur-
i.\ li,i hushnnil, Sol ,1 -.... .; i-
i.i-i 1 .1 and hi 1 pan nl, Mi nd Mi -
li.in- Hcl.....ii,..". ..11 ,,r iiiii.,ih. and
guidance portion ol the program,
and Mrs Klaine Moss will conduct
psychological definitions.
LcGmL NOiICE
FOR DADECOUNTV, FLORID,
CHANCERY. *" .
DTil> R, l;l va.
MAi'iii-; MAE ROBERTS, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mattle Mac Roberta
Residence Unknown
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .. Bill of Complaint for In- 0 1 1
has 1.....n ill..1 against you, and mu
are 1. quired to set \- a 1 ouj ..1 youi
Anxwer 11......to on I'lainiufs attorney,
BEN ESSEN, Inn Seybold Building,
Miami, 1 .,.! inn. .mil f||e ui.....iglniil
Answer in the offli ol the 1 'lei k ..i
I the t'lrcull t'ourl on ..i before the
-'"' '"> "I I......in'- r. It'".!; otherwise
the allegation* ol said Kill of Com-
plain! ani be taken aa oonl.....i
aga 11-1 you,
iated thia 84th daj of November,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. ... NAME LAW
-NOTICE I. I,,.,;..,,, (JIVKN
I. in.
. ...
ii.......
1 ......
.1 iatei.
Miami.
Mi s Ki Ima Ki ugi 1. Ninth
MRS. ROSE LEVINE
..:. of ISM) N. Bay
I \ 11, -. ,1 Sal hi .In*
ii bj hi 1 husband. Hen
and .1 riaughti 1. Mr- Ma 1 >n
both of M '
Ihre. -.si. 1 Services wen hi l.l in
II Id. Mi n
with I, I \|! \. I. ,
MRS. BERTHA BRIN
Mia Fl
11,1.. Miami lleaeh
ge >.f ;n rangements.
Adults
inized
IOJ0 l'.,|liri-
riled Sundaj Rl>
1 'hapel waa in i-hai

Babli s Young Adults are
Organized, according to an
Cnu'ii' here,
lent pro-tem Bernard Jaf-
Bliil this week that the
tin", will be held on Thurs
2 8 p.m., at the Coral
eui-h Center.
oup will continue to meet
Ither Thursday evening
al tin (oral Gables Jew-
fr.
im for the initial meeting
hunk review by Mrs. Mor-
whu will discuss "Blessed
and by Louis Zara.
prs ut the group working
rogram are Thelma Lee
Bonne Shear, Ann Busch,
Hern. Dotty Elowitz, Elaine
(man and B. Jaffee.
MRS. ANNA BLUSTEIN
77. ..f Ml 1 1 -..Miii- .. \i in
,1" .1 s.i t r -1..... w Va
ARNOLD MALTZ
.".1. ..f 1!"" NE K-lati
.,f ... n firm
\. ii.. had ii>. .1 here about -i.\ yearn,
i ,1 s inilay In 'hi<
, \\ if".
Metth .1 daughter, Robi 1 la ami .1
sisi. 1. Mi Ruth Uiron, all ol Miami



'''' "I 1 'Ki.......is
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"ii' County, I I.......,
KADIK K ,1 ,..,.v
A .1 KAI'I.AA
It.
'
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. HLORiDA
o 2HS,iB
111 I
il'A HEITNEK, I"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
Ar-r-L.CAT ION FOR FINAL.
DISCHARGE
v' irbj Kiven thai xi
I net I
lion fo
'I '. n 1 11.....tale ..1 I, 'A
HEIT.M K ,i..| thai "ii Hi.
''"HI ..... .A.
apply I.. 1 h i 1; \\k 1:
I >W l.l Ml I Indue ,,1 1 ia.lt
Count ..ii ,.i bhIiI
urgi ..-
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B.
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lit
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1. 111 '"int
UM \\ Mi .1 KIM;.
Ininuv Cp-rk
HEN K8.SEN, I.-.1
Attornej foi PI ilntlff
1; -.. i- :-pi-1;
NOTICE UNpER, FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTUJE l.S lifcKJJIV UIVKNtlli .c
ih.. Hndi'fMgiieti; BWh-ftig1 (o ettgkKt- 1
ouaineea unuei tli" fictltloua name ol
LITTLE TIAJCANA U1FT8, ,1 l-l
\ 1:. 2nd Ave.i int.-nils t, registei
11.,in. wit,1 the clerk of tne Cl
Court .-f I'a.i.. County, Florida
1TETTA IRENE KL'TCHER, '
BEN ESS'EN
Attorney for Applicant
II ..-ij-i'.i-.'i;

AdmlniMralo d Ii n
Il'A MEITNEK, lie. 1 ..-..I
Tins : .1 da; ..1 \..\. 11 bi r, IM I
PETER .1. I'IKlNSKV
IIERNABIi MARKER
Ki IVNKR .v M INMIEIMEK
V I .; -
: 1 -1 T
Luxiliary Party
Auxiliary of the Jewish
Krans, Coral Gables Post,
card party on Tuesday,
p in at the Coral Ga-
^i-li Center. Adele Kluger-
Dollj Harris are co-chair-
affair,
ISAAC ALTER
J3, ..f Itl Cnlllna ave., Miami Beach,
:i retired Rarmenl worker* who came ,i,,,.,.
,. Miami K.-i" Il 1:' v.-als ago fl""l
Philadelphia, riled Sunday. He i- aur-
vlvad b> liis wit.-. Sarah, three aona,
.la. k. Meyei and Bol, all of Phlladel-
, .11,1 -i\ daughtera. Mrs it.i..
Knlvak, Mrs Dena Uarfleld, Mrs Kaj
Link. Mrs. Evelyn htern ami Miss
Miriam Alter, all .if I'hlla'l.li'liia. BIM
Mra !)r.thv Nalolln, New Vnrk.
S,r\ l.ei ami liitrial I'M'k phv In i'hil-
adelphla.
HARRY SIEGEL
tin nf fH'i tih at., Miami Beai h,
retired entertained died Monday at
home f'.iii'wing a heart attack, Mr
Hlegel came to Miami Beach five years
go after quitting the ahow bualneai
Rurvlvina are two s..ns. Paul. Miami
Beach, and Jerry, Ne* Vork: three
and five hrothera Burial took
place in New V.nk. iili Rlveralde.
Memorial Chapel,
charge locally.
Miami Beach, m
OTTO
i:tl
ROBERTSON
s nf i:n N\v rd -1 paw fl *
Nov IT al iii- residence S
bi 1,is wife, Haise-. two idatera Oor-
..tin \*\ ine an.1 Evel) 11 I-' ai tt
were held at Miami
Chapel. Interment waa In
N 1
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32435 B
ST \ 11. 1 .|
I '111 l.l I SIILACK.MAN. I 'i..... -I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni ITU "E 1 1,. 1 given I hal I h.i e
filed in> final report .nil petition foi
K1n.1l I iis.li.ir_:. as Arimlnistraloi !
II.....-tat. ol PHILIP Sill. Mis'-MAX.
and 1l1.1t "ii t he 271 i rial oi
i n ill nppl. t<. ihe ll"ii-
orable I- RANK B I IWLINO, I "o ml
Judge of I 'a.i. '..in'-. I ."i Ida, for
approval oi aald final report and for
final discharge as Administrntni ol
the Batati ol run.II' SHLACKMAN,
deceaaed.
Tins .nil da> "t November, 1934,
MORRIS SHLACKMAN,
Administrator
MAX It. SILVER
Attornej for Administrator
11/26 12/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174455
KltANK WRIGHT, Plaintlfl
MII.tlllKK I'll.l.AKIi WAI.I.Ai'l-:
ItldllT, I'. I. n.laiil
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I Ml l.l IRKI > I HI.I.AItli U'AI.I.Al'l-:
M RICHT
luddiesa unknown)
V"i ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED
thai .. Kill I .....nt for Divorce
I \ .,11 all,I \ oil
ii the
the Clel i. ..I the I
I '..I. "ount;. I lo Ida, .n,| n
ii Ih. |,. nut ifl's
JOSEPH ROSKNKRAXTZ.
1 -'.' I I....."In Road, M......i
Kl.irlda, ui thi
ii. l>l I ,. .in", i r. .1 It > .. i, tail to
'.. so a l '<..... i'... ...!,:-.. ^ ill be
nt, red ngaii it ..n
I Mini ani ordered Hit- Jitli da) ..t
Novell bel A I'. I8.'i4
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
Circuit clerk
\:\ WM. W STOCKINO,
Iteput; Clerk
I! :.i 12 :;-l"-IT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEBEBY GIVEN tl -
the underaigned, desiring t<> esgagt:
I.ii.-.ii.s.- under tim flctitloui names -i
TR1-TONE IK'I.IDA V HTL'Ull -
THi-TONE I'lH.'il. ami TRI-TONW
COLOR STUDIOS, at :'! Weatwa '.
Drive, Miami Bpringa, intend! to ri
Igter aald name with the Clerk m
Circuit Court ..t ii.i.ie County, Klorli
ALV1N QLK 'K
II 8-12-19-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN t
I he underaigned, desiring lo engage n
- under tl"- fictitiou* name
[ASSOCIATED AH SERVICE, ll
' 7th Street, Miami Beach II, Kloi
1 Intend lo i eglsti i Bald name with I
I Clerk nf tl"- Circuit Court "f Ds Ie
i '..iiiii \, Florida.
HERBERT M. LIPMAN co-pa
l.i H is LIPMAN u ,.a tner
11/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the untl. i i- Ing lo engagi n
I. .-in. tindel ih. flctilioui
1 \' SERVIl i:. al .....0 H W. Ilith
Sir. ,i, Miami, Intends to i
n with ii"- 'Ii rk of !" 'ircuit
I '..in i ni I' ..ie 'ouni \. I i-i Ida
VERNON BROOKS WILLIAMS
KKSSLER & GARS
A'ti.i ii. foi Applicant
I.S2 W Flagler St.
II 26 12 :;-l'i-i;
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 26899- B
RE: ESTATE "I-
IIICKMAN LEE CANT! >R, I'
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO M A K c.
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N'i ITU "E Ii i -i- en thai I
filed ii, I Inal port and petition .
Final 11 argi aa Admlnlstrato
.....f HERMAN LEE CANTI
di. eased and that on tl"- ::ntli
Nov. .. i.i. 19 it, I "ill applv to '
bli KltANK B. BOWLING.
County Judge ..( Dade County, ie- -
Ida, for approval of said final rep
and for final discharge a- Admin
Ira tor ol the Estate ..f HERMAN LEE
CANTOR, deceaaed.
Tins Jlili day "i October, It I,
a Mi, WT'Ul
Admin 1st rator
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
.,-..i Si bold Bldg., Mil
," 29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANj
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY. No 174032
L. A. ANDERS, Plal
Sen
Rlveralde
N. walk.
ASK FOR IT BUY IT
CHICAGO'S No. 1
OSHER ZION
PRODUCTS
ikied, Cooked and Smoked Meats
L Government Inspected Est. Ho. 1
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24922
RE: ESTATE I P
MARY POLK SI'l.I.IVAN. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ii hereb) given that I have
file.I my filial report and petition ror
Final Discharge aa Administrator I >
Bonli N......f n.....state ..I MAR1
POLK SULLIVAN, deceased; and that
i.n the 22nd daj of December, IStit,
ill apply to tl" Honorable W, l-
BLANTON, Count) Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and f..r final .11-. harge aa
Administrator D. Ilnnl; Non of the
Kstate "I MARY POLK si I.I.IVAN.
di ased,
Thia istli da) November, l:'.'.
I VMES P. SI'l.I.IVAN. M D.
Administrator 1 'e Bonla Non
Til' 'M ts \ IH IRK \N
Vttoi ii. for Administrator I' B V
11 26 -17__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i< engi
business under the fictltloua name BACKSTAGE LOCNOE, at 150 S.E
1st Street, Miami, Intend "> register
said name with the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit ''"in i "i Dade County, Florida,
JAMES C. Till I.MAS
W. .1. ROD V.H'Ni;
KESSLER & I Alts
Attorney* for Applicants
1782 W. PTagler st.
II 26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY lllVKN that
,ii,. iiimi. rsigm di ill Ing to engage In
d, the il tltlous n
VKGRO AMERICAN MORTGAGE
\ssi | All. 'N. al 280S \V
Street, Miami. Fin Intends lo i
mid name with the Clerk ol the l -
,i,i, court "( "i..... County, n-ii'ta.
SAMIEL M SHACK. Sole Ownei
. ;i ii.i'.M AN A tH 'l.l I8TEIN
am......-s ror Reglstiant
st Miami. I l.l.
11/28 "-|T___________.____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30486
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAIT'K s BURGER, Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal s..i.i
Estati
You, and each of you are hereb)
notified and required i" present "
,1.11111s and demands which you, pi
either of you, may have agalnal the
rstate ol MAUDE S BURGER, de-
ceased late ..i Dade County, Florida,
lo the Honorable County Judgi
ii.i.ie County, and fi'"- iim same In
their offices In im- Count) Courthouse
in l lade 'ount!. I .....da. Ithln Ighl
calendai months from the date ..f the
tit.si publication hereof, Said j lalms or
nda to contain tin- legal addreaa
of the claimant and to !" -- rn
presented '- aforesaid, "i me will
I,,, barred See Sect Ion I 1.16 ol the
I l.'i Probnti Act.
November 17, A.D. 19 I
s THELMA M BURNS
As Exe. mi "i the Last W m
an.I Testann ni "i
MAUDE S. BURGER.
Deceased,
SEYMOUR B I.IEBM \N
u ne) for Exe. uti lx
IS 3 10-17_______
Nl
fXCLOSIVt DISTKIBUTOKS Of THi SOUTH
IASTLINE PROVISION CO.,
855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH
PHONES: S*"1
INC.
6232
IN lAil
PAT DIAt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
,-ni'i: Is HEREBY tllVEN Him
he .....lerslgned, deslrlna t..... I
butiness under the fictitious nam
i; ,v .1 CLEANEB8, at
st Miami, Intends t.
name with the Clerk
C..UH of I'a.i" '"ii"--, j;.....
ROBERT BROW N,
II \ROLP STRUMPF
Vttorne) f." Applk-anl
147 s. -1...1.1 Bldg
ii M 13 S-10-17 ___
V W.
, regli
,.f the
.'ii
ol
7th
aid
III!
,|e I I- 1" I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OH EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engag. in
business under the flct tlous name ol
HARDEN Of ALOE, at Miami. Flor-
1a,,e,i,lst...eKis,ei s.,,,1 .'.."" -- th
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C....."' l'l"'"li\,.:N,vM,N'nu:i'N
IOHNSON LEVINSON PERR1
Attorneys for Benjamin Qraan
n j|<__l-' :l-U'-l'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi reigned, dealrim to i ngage in
business undei the f" "I',''".';, '),'.',
"OAST LAMP AND Fl RNITI III.'lN
Ml'.; .'ii al 270 N E i;m!i si Miami.
Intends lo regl ter said name
Clerk ol tl"- Circuit Court
i '..nut -. i'li.i Ids
I...ITS E1SENBERI
CIJFFORD PERLM >\
Vttorne) f"i Appll'
,.iss 'bbott \->
II 26 I-' 8-10-11_______
\ s
li iHN T< 'i.lNi: and
Tt 'LINE, his -- man
I lefendant -
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME I *' THE STATE I
PUIR1DA:
Tl '. I' 'I IN Ti 'LINE, if li- Ing, a
. TOLlNE, his wife
married., and whose resident -
are unknown:
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, tl -
M.-e.s. grantees, creditors, \ other part lea claiming b>,
through, iiii.l.i against JOHN
ii 'LINK, nut known t" be ne i .
or alive;
AND ALSO, as to each of
above named i lefendant imi -
vlduala, if the) be deceaaed, then
all unknown inns, devisees, gi
te.s. creditors or othi i
claiming by, through, under
against such Defendants:
AND ALSO, all other ami
known persons having or laimlng
i,i have any i ight, title ar Inte -
.st in the propert) which Is t
Ubject matter "f this suit, sa
propert) lying and being In Dade
County, Florida, and more pa -
tli ularly described as follow s:
I.,,ts \ and 9 in Block 3
ZIONA SUBDIVISION, B' -
.....Iinu I" Ih" Plat there.. I
recorded In Plat li....k tl
page ::, nl the Public Record -
,,( 11 ,i.. i ',,iitu -. Florida.
y, ii AND EACH I F Y< f are I
l.v notified that a suit has I.....n file .
hi the above name.I Court, by e
t above named ,for the
qulel n^ title "< thi Pla
in ami t" the propert) Involved
inal,"\. .I.s.i il..-.I.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDE
\M, RKUUIRED to file ir Appi
lime In aald suit on or before thi
ilaj ..f Dei ember, IfM and In d
:, AiniealalM e. a I '....., Pi
., ,ii be nti ri .1 aga nal yo I
an,i each "t you.
PONE AND ORDERED at '
.. I-,- in Dade "ount) M
ptorlda, th 8th da) "f Novembe .
R r i BATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Co '.
Bj WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorn. for Plaintiff .
-, bold Bids Miami, Florida
n I2-1&-26 12 "____________________,
with th.
of Dade
i in ner
1....... sVaT;;\n'makS. S..I. .'--ner
Att'.'irn'vVr.'r'Nathan Mayers
Witt, 12/S-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
iOA IN CHANCERY. No. 174072
JUANITA WATSON, Plaintiff
\s.
iil'.ll' WATSON, 1' fen.lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: oltIK WATSON
A.F. #1884M
An man lin.l flasS
A I A '. I-'"" ,
Medical Evacuation Flight
,' V M A I" O. '." N V N >
v,- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill,of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against v.ni ami ynu
are required to file y.nir answer In the
', the Clerk of the Orcull
Court, Daite County. H.nida, ii
enpv "f v.mr answer
attorney. JOSEPH
on the Plaintiff's
RI ISENKRANTZ,
l-so at'1 Lincoln Road Building. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida on or before the
a
|th day
Dated
r i lecember, 1*54.
November 9. 184.
K ii LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Clerk
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
U/ll-ll-M 18/8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD-
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17401..
BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plalnl
HARVEY tLDERMAN Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
n i: HARVEY ALDERMAN
Charlton Street
v, York. New York
You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, s
hereby notified that a I'.ill of Coi -
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
serve a i.|iv Of yOUT Answer or Plea I-
ing t" the mil "f Complaint
Ihe plaliitifr's Attorneys. MYERS
HEIMAN ; U'Al'i.AN. :. Seybo
Building, Miami, Florida, and file the
..Menial vii.-w-.r or Pleading in ih
..ffl.e >'f the Clerk "f the Circuit Coint
on .a before the 1:1th .lay of Decembei
|,..,i if you fail to 't" so. Judgment
by default "ill 1"' taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
' 'omplalnt.
Tin- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FioitiniAN
I'uNK VNI' ORDERED at Mi..
Florida, this Sth day of Novemb
A l>. 1854. *
V.. I>. l.KATHKRMAN.
Clerk, rir.uit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By M c. GREEN.
(Ci.ri'li Court Seal) Dcmitv Cler*
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
f,\0 Sevhold Building, Miami, Ha.
11/12-18-26 12/8


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ewHsfc-Boiciidliiayn
FLORIDA
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1954
SECTION B
[tional, State Leaders Will
Attend Tercentenary Function
rations l the Greater Mi-
Lh Tercentenary celebra-
Lr are beginning to mount
Jrdinu to Rabbi Joseph R.
hairman <>f the local com-
ment at the Sans Souci hotel
Ixtaj evening, Dec. 4, will
ue in the history of the
lorida Jewish community,
i to advance announce
the program planning
ee. Attendance chairman
|idney Weintraub advises
be limited seating facil-
urged that reservations
early.
chairman of hostesses ;
and decorations was Mrs. Nathan-
iel Levin, active in local health and
welfare agencies.
In addition to the principal ad-
dress by Gov. Theodore McKeldin
of Maryland, there will be a musi-
cal program and entertainment. In
man of Brotherhood Week for the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews and continues active in
that organization.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will participate in the Dec. 4
nations have been extended to top dinner program, and top local and
flight personalities in the Federal state governmental officials will
government, U.S. Army and Navy.'
as well as state and local govern
ment officials.
Gov. McKeldin was the first Re-
publican Governor of the State of
I Maryland ever to be reelected.
' Prior to his governorship, he was
mayor of Baltimore from 1943 to
1947.
In 1948 and 1949, he was chair-
also be on hand. In view of Gov.
McKeldins broad experience and
Aniciican Jewish Committa, Amer-
ican Jewi-h Congress, B'nai B'rith's
South Florida Council, Women's
Metropolitan Council, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization. Anti-Defama-
active work in faith programs and \tion League, Miami ^Chapter. Shol-
religious projects, it is expected
nunity States Viewpoint
leration in Resolution
Arms to Arab League
that his address will be concerned
with constitutional liberties and
the individual in 20th century so-
ciety.
Sponsoring organizations of the
Tercentenary celebration include
r Miami Jewish Federa-
lich represents more than
(lizali'ins. has unanimously
adopt a resolutidn pro-
fcxtenMon >f American aid
It he arming of the Arab na-
has been announced by
'. Myers. Federation presi-
wlution was similar to the
n- I'iaus
[in Wing
icatiojn
one projected in a memorandum
submitted to Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, by the heads
of 16 national Jewish organiza-
tions.
Action by Federation came about
as a result of several meetings be-
tween representatives of the Zion-
ist Council and Federation, who
discussed the current problem of
Arab-Israel tension and the arm-
ing of the Arabs through Ameri-
can aid.
Discussion committees consisted
of Maurice Service. Israel Shapoff.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and Mrs. Ben
Myers, representing the Zionist ,
Council, and Leon Ell, Fred K
Shochet. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot,
and Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
representing Federation
At a meeting of Federation's
board of governors here, the reso-;
lution was officially adopted.
"Since the United States an-
nounced its intention to provide
certain Arab countries with arms.'
there has been no abatement of
Arab Israel tension," the resolu-
tion states.
"The Unilateral grant of arms to
Jacob M Arvey, I I. the Arab states and the exclusion
im. Daniel M. Broad, Jack'of brel from consideration in our
M I KopclowittTMrs Bar i Government's defense planning in
the Middle East are neither equit-
able nor impartial toward the peo-
ples directly concerned and will
harm America's own national in-
terests," the resolution in part
adds.
the
n-
lurman, president of
Home for the Aged.
late this week that dedi-
II the new $300,000 Ablin
kl will be held on Sunday.
12:30 p.m., at Douglas Gar-
lication day committee to
program and ceremonies
appointed with Baron de
e>er, chairman, and David
co-chairman. Other roem-
Ihe committee are Mrs. Fay
Mrs. Sidney Wtwlrnb
em Lodge, Coral Gables Lodge,
Flamingo Lodge. Hillel Foundation-
University of Miami, Levin Lodge,
Miami Beach Lodge and North
Shore Lodge.
Brandeis University Women's
Committee, Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Conference of Jewish Worn-
i en's Organizations, Greater Miami
1 Jewish Community Center, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
Hadassah. Jewish War Veterans
' Posts and Auxiliaries Miami Beach
Post 330. Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary 17 4. Broward County
Post 613. Coral Gables Post 243.
Hialeah-Miami Springs, 681. Nor-
man Bruce Brown Post 174, North
Miami Beach Post 682, North Shore
Post 677, West Miami Post 223.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, Beth Dfid Con-
gregation, Coral Gables Jewish
Center. North Shore- Jewish Cen-
ter, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple
Israel, Temple Emanu-El, Work-
men's Circle, Yiddish Scientific In-
stitute, Zionist Council of South
Florida, Zionist Organization of
America Miami Beach Israel Dis-
trict.
Study Seminar for Teachers
On Again at Miami Bureau
irsoh Meyer. Mrs. David
Frd Shochet. Mrs. Sol
in. Judge Harold B. Spaet
'"lil Thurman.
111..'. Memorial is the initial
[a master building plan de-
y a joint committee of
Hid the Greater Miami
deration. Leaders of the
Ibuildmg committee, which
Jed the construction, are S.
mini and Jack Garner, with
fcnuk as Federation repre-
It was designed by I. S.
frg. of Chicago, with Irvin
Miami, as associate archi-
Annual seminar for Jewish
teachers of Greater Miami, spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, was opened on Nov. 14
at the Beth David Congregation
when Rabbi Joseph Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel, gave the first lecture on
the Tercentenary theme of the
Seminar. "Impact of Democracy on
Judaism."
The luncheon attracted 125 Jew-
ish teachers. Louis Schwartzman,
discussed "Jewish Immigration to
America" on Nov. 23 at Temple
Israel, followed by a workshop for
teachers.
Rabbi Leon Hurwitz. of Zamora
Jewish Center, will address the
second session of the seminar at
Temple Beth Sholom on Nov. 30, 8
p.m. He will discuss "Jewish
Schools and Synagogues in Amer-
ica."
Second hour of the seminar will
be devoted to a workshop on jun-
50 at Work
GMJCC Drive
For Members
Opens Here
More than 50 board members of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center are actively engaged
in the GMJCC fall membership en-
rollment, Richard Fink, chairman
of the GMJCC membership commit-
tee, revealed at a kickoff breakfast
Sunday morning in the Town
Branch building.
Campaign workers were given in-
structions at that time in the en-
rollment procedures by Fink and
Efraim H. Gale, executive director.
One of the highlights of the
meeting was a skit on teen age ac-
tivities, depicting the programs for
over 1,000 teen agers in the Great-
er Miami area served by GMJCC.
The skit was directed by Mrs. Do-
lores Pearl, youth activities super-
visor at the Town Branch, and
members of the teen age clubs par-
ticipated in it.
The membership enrollment
schedule included a short report
| meeting on Tuesday evening, at
! the Town and Beach Branch build-
ings, with a special report on the
day of the GMJCC annual meeting,
Sunday, Dec. 5.
Fink announced that a special
brochure, depicting the activities of
I GMJCC at its three buildings, as
well as at the Jewish Home for the
Aged and cooperative programs
with various synagogues including
Coral Gables Jewish Center, Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Center
and North Dade Jewish Center, is
being sent to prospective members.
Members of the GMJCC board
already working on the cam-
paign are Leo Ackerman, Milton
Balsam, Jerry Carver. Leo Chaikin,
Mrs. Albert Comanor, A. Budd Cut-
ler. Arthur DeGutz, Malvin Eng-
ender, M r s. Malvin Englander,
Leon A. Epstein, Mrs. Dorothy
Fink, Richard Fink, Monroe Gelb,
Seymour Gelber, Mrs. Max C. Get-
tinger. Eugene Heiman. Mrs. Mor-
ris Honigbaum. Gus Jacobson, Hy-
man Kam, Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Leon
Kaplan. Irvin Katz. William Kneap-
ler, Jack Lampert, Mrs. Philip LeT-
kowitz, Mrs. Anna Levine. Mar
lene Lurie. Joseph Masters; Ger-
trude Miller, Stanley C. Myers.
Sidney Palmer. Hyland Rifas. Jo-
seph Rosenkranz, Irving Saal. Ber-
nard Segal. Sam Seitlin. Fred Sew-
all, Tobias Simon. Milton Sirkin,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Paul Sobel.
Stanley Spieler, Lewis Sternshein,
Mrs. Carl Susskind. William Suss-
1 man, Jack Toppell, Mrs. Jack Top-
1 pell, Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Bernard
; B. Weksler. Stuart Winston and
' Mrs. Samuel Zibit.
Women Organize Group
At Homestead Center
executive director of the Bureau, jor an(| senior level to evaluate
~ i Rabbi HurwiU's presentation and
{to discuss means of implementing
his material into actual classroom
situations. Workshop sessions at 9
p.m. win be led by teachers of
B ih Sholom under the direction of
Sydney Greenberg, educational di-
rector.
the Homestead Jewish Center
Women*' Club and is planning a
varied program of social, cultural,
and fund raising projects, with a
view to becoming an effective ad-
Mrs" Ben Barnett is in charge of itl|jl,n ,,, ,h(. nUmber of active Jew-
ish women's groups in Dade
Officers elected at the first meet-
ing are president, Mrs. Irving Pes-
| koe; vice president, Mrs Ben Bar
'nett; secretary, Mrs. Abe Silver;
i treasurer. Mrs. Max Steinfink
first institutional structure
Ire.iter Miami area specially
and equipped for the sick
lapantated aged, the Abtin information.
I Charter members are im wes
dames Nat Bauman. Ben Barnett,
Robert Barnett, Morris Gertz. I
will add 42 beds to the
|capacity of the Home. Oc-
and physical therapy fa
County.
" the new unit now enables Goldenberg. Al Kasden. B. UM. A. Unanimously Elected
ne I" embarks upon pro J Levine. P. Losner. I. L i
' 'hah.lit.tK, Tit. S^ Marks. S. Magness. a Newman, I. I ^ Rivkind was this ,
f the tirst lime.
Workshop Aifair
''"hlic Library will spon-
by the University of
|pera workshop, under the
"' Dr. Arturo Di Filippi,
1 ^ 8 p.m. Una Madda-
week
A. Rosen. A. Silver. M UI|,.in'in-;,lUV|y" elected Junior Vice
Silver, M. Steinfink, J Tabor, J rommalukT o! Miami Beach Poet
Finkel. H. Steinberg, W Raskin Na .m Jewisn War \
A
(I Jewish
el H Steinberg, w. r. Nc, 330, .i.wi 11 war vct
women's division of the Home ,,, lllU,| Stale-, at J meeting in
:?.... Lnmunit, Center American Leg** Hall was an-
Community
inized for the purpOM
nounced by Commander Frank
of
has been organized loru.e ,.u.k-- (.or(|,m H,vk,nd is a veteran
of extending and helping to carry RopMB campajgn and son off
out the aims and functions of the Samucl
Center.
will be know
former Na
itionaTvice Commander of the or-
nization,
Book Review Slated
By Academy Women
"An Adenture in Freedom," by
Oscar Handlin. will be reviewed by
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, at the next general
meeting of Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, in the Shore Club on Wednes-
day, Dec. 1, 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce the
speaker.
Progress of Hebrew Academy
Women's seventh annual journal
will be reported by Mrs. Irving
Firtel. chairman, and Mrs. S. A.
Goodman, co-chairman.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will discuss
the "Binyan Banks." a recent proj-
ect initiated by the Academy
Women.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz. presi-
dent of Hebrew Academy Women,
stated thai plans will be formula!
ed for the forthcoming Chanuka
donor luncheon slated for Wednes-
day, Dec. 22.


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lmlsnorl3L
FRIDAY.
College of Jewish
Studies Opened
Bureau of Jewish Education an-
nounces the opening of its College
of Jewish Studies last Wednesday,
at the Bureau building. 135 NW 3rd
ave.
The College of Jewish Studies
admits only advanced students who
have adequate knowledge of He-
brew and some background in Jew
i-h cla-MO.
Four HMI are being offered
for this year These include a sur
\.v of Jewish civilization tor ad
\anced students with pre\iou-
knowledge of general as well u-
Jewish history, Book of Jeremiah
from the Hebrew text, modern
Jewish literature through an an-
thology of recent Hebrew writings j
and study of Slishnah from the
original source.
Faculty for the college crowds
LooJfl Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau. Herbert
Berger. director of Exu-nn>n Ac-
tivity- Fred Barad. instructor at
the Central Petal Hit* School;
and Babbi Arie Becker, of Down
tuwn >> rw>uue.
Registration continue- at the
Bureau building, according to an
announcement of Harold Thurman.
chairman of the Bureau s adult
educ -imittee
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US S.W. IS* Ao. HO ALUM, *r,c ">
Sptcimlhimt i. Car. to ffc, iM,rrf .,, f**fe4l
Mtoef Mr** Sen*. SpMi.1 Kt tZSi*
2441m
1 ltritT tkJl
Prwtt oaa Stwi-riY,te tttm
In conjunction with the current B'nai B'rith membership drive,
shown sbcve is Sol S. Goldstrom. of Miami Beach Lodge ISM.
Honormg over 60 years of devoted service to B am B nth. he
is being'presented with a plaque by Gershon S. Miller, presi-
dent of the Lodge nght vice president Michael Sossin looks
on.____________
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We Carry a Complete Line of linens (or
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Pillow Cases Spreads Dish Towelj
Plastic Goods, etc.
Fully Air Conditioned f_e|
Plans Made for
Teen Age Conclave
PUa Bret teen age con-
conducted b\ the I i
ter were mapped thi- wed
martin i praaentetives from
hi _> club- sponsored by
Th<- conclave i- scheduled to be
held Sunday at-'
ing. Dec 12. at the (enter Town |
nch. ar.d a registratmr
ral hundred delegate- i- antici
ated.
Present at thi* meeting were
.ncy Tauber Stewr. Meyer. Bat
. I Beatrice Sladow-k>
.nita Nis-el. Brona Cohen. Krancia
Bat Share*' Zack. Barbara
-rgal. Larry Albert,
.^rold CarUaa, Barbara Fane. Har-
Qtaeberg. Debbie Malkin. Siggie
vrao, Mike Clein.
Delia Bern-tein. Rochelle Mm
* Harriet AtenakUrt. Maxine
i'jucker. Kl.-ie Paul. Kdward Le-
n. Alan Horfensterm, Sam Ber
L>nii Schwartz. Ben Cohen.
Gilbert Sherman, Lenore Brom-
re l.< dber| and ("enter
taff Dolorw Pearl, Miriam Sch'-in
emej and Bman-
uel Tropp.
Mah Jongg Winners Present
Awards to Philanthropy
Mr- Morton Greenwood and
Mr- Al Braunstein have each re
reived the annual award of the Na-
tional Mah Jongg League of Amer-
ica, which carries with it a check
of S25 to each winner
Both ladie- have presented their
ebacfci to the chantit- supported
\>\ the Miami Beach Division. Na
tional Council ol Jewi-h Women
The National Mah Jongg
League, founded on a -ocial theme.
make- charity an integral part of
Mi work < h.ck- to the annual
award winners are donated to the
philanthropic organization desig-
nated by the recipient
Mr- Greenwood earmarked her
award for the blind project of
Council which recently won first
place in the Miami Herald contest
for Pade County Club- Mr- Braun-
stein gave her award to the Srhol-
arship Fund of Council.
Mr- Jean C Lehman, president
of Miami Beach Council, accepted
the checks in behalf of the organ-
ization.
Goldstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
Goldstein, formerly of 358 Mend
lan ave and 7925 Hawthorne. Mi-j
ami Beach will take place Sunday.
Noi 28. 2 p m at ML Sinai Memo
rial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Mr
-tein i- -urvived by hi- wife.
Sophie, and two sons. Harry and
Jack Arrangements are in charge
of Palmers Miami Monument Com
pea) Knend- and relatives are
asked to attend
see m riMM m
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Brownie Troop to Meet
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: Brownie Troop No
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10, 3 15 p m at th. h
Mr- Maurice Couttoo, leada
Mr Cupp i- groep co
Norman Bruce Brown Auxilt.'.ry
NO 174 JWV Mr- WiUian Acker
man will attend as representative
ol the auxiliar;.
Luncheon Due Tuesday
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a luncheon at the
home of Mrs. Charles Schem. 1320
NW 3rd -t on Tuesday. Nov. 30.
12 30 p.m Announcement of the
luncheon was made this week by
Mr- Jack Shapiro. Goodwill presi-
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I MOVEMBER 26, 1951
JGIOUS DIRECTORY
ic ttfAEL~of Miami, will
KtTvrnlng services 8t
I Wilh Rabbi Joseph Nurwt
' and preaching on the
pfluenre of Democrary on
The sermon will be de-
conjunction with the ob-
[,,( Tercentenary Sabbuth.
, morninK services are at
|fhen Bert, son of Mr. and
ng J. I.ovitt. becomes Bar
*
Lite center will hold
Tenini,' services at 5:15 and
with Kabbi Morton Ma-
liiciatini; and preaching on
I, -Thanking God for
Cantor Samuel Salkow
|er the musical portions of
L;\ Bikur Cholim will
Id',. Oneg Shabbat follow-
lr Jni with Rabbi Malav-ky
the Weekly Portion.
; ;,i 5:15 p.m., followed by
kudus.
SHORE JEWISH CEN-
Jhold Friday evening serv-
5 and 8 p.m., with Rabbi
Jranwwitz officiating. The
discuss: "Thankfulness
mm.in Jew." Cantor Ed-
n will render the musical
Hi the liturgy, assisted by
fcr Choir under the direc-
|, Samuels. Saturday morn-
les are ;it 845 a.m., with
fc'litn.ih i>f Daniel, son of
Mrv Irving Solomon.
MAMI JEWISH CENTER
Frida) evening services
B,m. Late services are at
conducted by RabDi Al-
biun. who will discuss the
Brtion Saturday morning
Ire .it !) a.m.. with Mincha
I fur 5 p.m. AZA Chapter,
iB'rith, will be guests at
Ding Oneg Shabbat,
bin Waxman discussing
I I Years of Free-
zing the chapter will be
him. president.

|E EMANU-EL will hold
lening services at 5 and
Guest speaker will be
Iwartzman, executive di-
Ihe Bureau of Jewish Edu-
tantor Philip Brummer
fr the musical portions of
gy Saturday morning
T< .ii !i a.m., when Robert.
1 d Mr- Lawrence Gold-
Ssrry, son of Mr. and
Levinson, will become
hi) Rabbi Henry Wernick
p the charge. Daily serv-
I the chapel at 8 a.m. and
lAVID SYNAGOGUE will
lay evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
a 111. with Harry Sim-
ating Cantor Maurice
|will render the musical
the liturgy. Daily serv-
7:30 a 111. and 5:15 p.m.
Vices are at 8 a.m.
HEBREW SCHOOL AND
lATION will hold Friday
pices at 5:30 p.m. Sai-
ling services are at 8:30
Rabbi Simon April of-
Jind preaching on the
|ewish Contribution to
the Past Three Cen-
bss in Mishna is at 4:30
J services will be at 7:30
|-30 p.m.
ICABLES JEWISH CEN
old Friday evening serv-
1P m Guest speaker will
paid Michelson, director
foundation at the Univer-
?mi Members of Aleph
1 will participate in the
'Oneg Shabbat, tender-
[Sisterhood, will follow.
Wning services are at
Phildren's chorus under
P" of Robert Strassburg
[the Psa|ms. Klddush of
n will follow.
CONGREGATION will
[y evening services at
^Saturday morning serv-
P;30am. Rabbi Shmary.
fy will officiate and
PM theme: 'Spiritual
K
Fi.undati,,flt, ,,f An^cjca -.Tradi-
lion of the Pilgrim Father. < ,,.
t>r Fi>4iel Lutman will n-HoW th|
musical portions of the liturgy
Class in Talmud is at 3:45 pm
Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. when Rabbi
Swirsky will discuss the Zohar
Junior services are in Academy
Hall at 10 a.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky official
,ing and discussing: "Thanksgiving
As an Individual or as a Member
Lot the Human Race." At 4 p.m..
; the Rabbi will preach on the Week'
j ly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and al 0
and 5:45 p.m.
* *
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening service- ;ii
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Km
Candlelighting Time
KTSLEV 1 5:11 p.m.
nish officiating and discussing:
"The American Scene Challenge
and Response." Sisterhood will
present Bibles to the Confirmation
Class of 5715. Saturday morning,
at 10:45 am, a family service hon-
oring the American Jewish Tercen-
| tenary will include the Bar Mitz-
j vah of Michael Jay. son of Mr. and
', Mrs. Solomon Margolis. 1672 Day-
tonia rd.. Miami Beach. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating
and dedicating the service to Ter-
centenary Sabbath. Judge Sam Sil-
ver will share the pulpit. Cantor
Albert Glantz will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., when Rabbi Herson will dis-
cuss: "The Bible Foundation of
Our Democracy." Bar Mitzvah and
post Bar Mitzvah classes will par-
ticipate.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:30 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz officiating and preaching on
the topic: "The Art of Giving
Thanks." Lay readers will be Wil-
liam Locke and Mrs. C'y Plasky.
Oneg Shabbat will follow under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Goldy, Mr. and Mrs. William
Locke and Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt
Chesman. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9 a.m., when Stephen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Selz-
nlck, becomes Bar Mitzvah. Rev.
Rudolph Brill will chant the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.
*
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m., with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating. Larry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Feder, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at
5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi Ever will preach on the top-
ic: "The Struggles of Two Worlds "
Maariv will conclude the Sabbath
observance. Daily services are at
8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., dedicated to the
American Jewish Tercentenary cel-
ebration. Rabbi Henry Okolica will
officiate. Guest speaker -will be
Murray R. Apfelbaum. past presi
dent and chairman of the educa-
tion committee. His subject is
scheduled as: "Respect Goes Two
Ways." Choir under the direction
of Lucille Moore will assist, with
Cantor Maurice Neu rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Naming of the infant children ot
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"I 9 a*. Rabbi Okolica will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
service** M 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
JSXIFS& PARK C0NGRE-
| GATION will hold Friday evening
;,''; t 5.15 and 8:15 p.m.. with
R*M>I Abraham Levitan officiating
'"" di-ciissmg in honor of Tercen-'
tenary Sabbath: "Three Hundred
Ynn Ul,ll">" Tears." Saturday
I morning services will bo at 9 a.m.,!
when the Rabbi discusses: "Essau
Jacob Case Still Pending." I
; At 4 pm.. a class will be held in I
advanced Biblical studies. Mincha
j a at 5:15 p.m.. followed by Maariv
* *
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold late Friday evening -. iv
Ices al 830 p.m., with Rabbi David
Shapiro officiating and preaching
on the topic: "We are Grateful for
I Our Contributions to American
Life." Cantor Joseph W. Malek and
the Temple choir, under the direc-
tion of Rev. Mordechai Haalman,
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Julius'
Schwartz will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat following. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m.. when
the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Daily morning services
are at 9 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 4:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Jonah E. Kaplan will
officiate and preach on the topic:
,"Fear of Living." Cantor Abraham
Seif will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Class in Bible
is at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha
and Shalos Seudos. Maariv will
conclude the Sabbath observance
at 5:50 p.m. Kneseth Israel will
inaugurate late evening services on
Friday at 8:30 p.m. Oneg Shabbat
will follow, dedicated to the Ter-
centenary of Jewish settlement in
the United States.
*
FLAGLER-FRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Late services will be inaugurated at
8:30 p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim of-
ficiating and chanting the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Rev. Heim will discUM
the Weekly Portion. Junior serv-
ices will be at 10:30 a.m. Mincha
is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Shinkman, was Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing Thanksgiving services Thurs-
' day at 8:30 a.m. Rev. Heim discuss-
ed: "America, We Thank Thee
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AT Tiff: MOV IKS
Milton, Impatient, Warns Speaker
Audience is Reallv Quite Bright
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
Milton Bart*, who hsnl suf-
fered collapse from exhaustion.
recently standing in a crowd
listening to i politician foaming at
the mouth ..n.i Milton was gctl
pretty impatient with the mi
hannfOini I'm certainly pleas
ed," the politician announce,! at
one point, "to -o' this dean* crowd
here tod
Pont tn> too pleased.*' Milton
: out "We're not all u>

Producer Samuel GoMwyn was
in| down the I large
theater the other
., DO] of atx>ut ten
old fitting in the theater.
watching the picture with rapt at-
n GoMwyn weal atar, top*
the boj <>n the shoulder, and
"Whj aren't >ou in id
11 okay, mister, the b>
bin Tv* lot the mi

B the pro
lor a speech ..t a dinner in
0, and he happened to
be billed la-t. after a crowd of long
BoriOl -peechmakers By the
time he reached the platform it
IW nearl> midnight, and the crowd
was ineasj Tl
.....eed, "Mr
iian and
er, will i > -u kii
li at r
,.b. Beverly Hills,
.. the
:-. ..f the

A certain tive-thousand-dollar a
i r ;n our town is
a and meticuloti- work
He promised producer David O
. play for Broadwaj
production, hut when eight months
went b> without any further WUfd
Ike writer Sehniek b'gan to
! a little impatient Phoning the
writer, he demanded: "Where's the
f X IT KII V \TIO\S Yin
\totf
French Delegate Proves i
Can be Controversial p-
By
put.U fictional and bear no re-
semblance to any person, living or

li ,ht returned it with a brief
That1 What's wrong with

A wealthy screen Mar had re-
\j married a young starlet, and
two of hi- director friends were |
talking it over Well, he finally \
rrtod her.' on* mid Th
spent enough cash on Rift- for
her
Vos. Ihe other director said.
He married her for his money

My BBMaeton," boasted the blue-
htSSKi society woman to Groucho
Varv at a party, came over on the
May flower."
t.roucho nodded -It's a lucky-
thing they did.' he said quietly.
The immigration laws are so much
stricter now

Eddie Cantor commented: "Sil-
ence is resourceful It couldn't pry
open the Pullman window*, so it
air-conditioned the train."

Denny Ksya told us: -An actor
I know is the world's worst bore
He bores me even when he talks
about me"
ARTHUR LEWIS
JTA
London agreem, 1
Q"'"- frankly, he '*
I MTED NATIONS To put it
diplomatically. Jules Moeh. who is
the most prominent Jew here out-
side of the Israel delegation, is a
controversial figure. He is an
enigma to many of his Western col
leagues, and he is even regarded
with suspicion by some of them.
As everyone who follows the de
hates at the United Nations knows.
M Moch is the French represent,]
live he speaks for France in the
most important and sensitive If
sues, those of disarmament and the
peaceful uses of atomic energy
Vot he is n<>t a member of the I
present French Government. That fl'r w M Blnch.
alone baffles the protocol-conscious '"' Interior, h
ministers and cabinet members {-"'at .,, ( lhe^
who lead the Western delegations. n' """^ which *
How can he. they ask. under the ,w'r,d nce ow to circumstances, make policy for _{" J.,'p ",' his Socufci
France on these vital matters, as
he does?____ _________
~"Not"only_is"M."Moch not a mem-
delegate h,.n. j1
J-.,.,,, afcjJ
How time, havee|
enemies can become]
friends enemies! F.
man saved France
atom, i! was juies T"|
long ago. he was chin
the ,,nti <'nmiminist N
M and by no'|e,
ties than the Con
selves
TIIK SPORTIMi WOHUi
Greenberg Moves to Change
American League Structure
By BILL WOLF
JTA
Hank Greenberg. former Detroit
star, is boldly moving to change the
A J SKATW
ban company
for Tl Dg Dinner and serve
the traditional turkey and trim-
,- Ihe college -ops
and or daughter- will be expected
an important factor
customs, especiall]
,ted with
holidays, Jewish and Amer-
i happy Thanks-
getiing the menu
ed well in advance For in-
e, the following dressing for
poultry
8 Slices of bread (Challah is
4 Tablespoons >chmalU or vege-
table shortening
1 Large onion, diced fine
3 tam
3 Tablespoon* brown >ugar
1 Teaspoon salt
1 Teaspoon grated lemon
ge rind
3 Tablespoons orange juice
prune liquid
12 to 14 large prunes, soaked
and pitted
tin bread into cubes and place
them in a shallow pan in the oven
top shelf, to brown lightly on all
sides Stir once or twice during the
process. Or, slip under broiler
about 3 inches from flame for
quick results. Heat the schmaltz or
other shortening in a large frying
pan and add the diced onion, stir-
ring till lightly browned and
transparent Add the browned
bread cubes and stir lightly for a
. "I all dense"
play' 1 want to get the cast assem-
bled, start rehearsals
I! s coming along." the writer
assured him But Sel/nick wanted
something more definite "Just
hew fat have yon got with if" he
asked
We!! the playwright said,
you know it's to ha m three acts
and two intermissions I've just
tied the intermissions

The perfect answer to the ques-
tion. "What's wrong with the mov
- liven one night last week
hj .. little man sittini m a Los
Ang, ies theater After the trailer
,r he whispered to his wife:
"Arwaj thi picture comes
next we> k

An aspiring author sent a manu-
script to lien Hechl with a cover- ^mirc'structure of the American
ing note in which he explained: i Leaguc
The characters m this story are Greenberg- who is now general j
manager of the Cleveland Indians, j
would like to see 10 clubs instead I
of eight in the American loop And
he doesn't want to wait long for
this plan to materialize He figures
it should be done by 1956
If you recall. Greenberg opposed
the transfer of the Philadelphia
Athletics to Kansas City. There was
some speculation on what the nat-
ure of his opposition was He
didn't comment at first, but later
said that the American League
should have teams in more popu-
lated places
This brings up the question of
where Greenberg would want the
two new clubs to be. Undoubtedly
there are many cities that would
want to have a baseball club How-
ever with the recent spectacle of
the on again-off again plans to
move ihe Philadelphia Athletics to
Kansas City, no city would feel sure
enough t<> go ahead with any real
ber of the French Government, but
he is even opposed to its views on
the re-arming of Germany. This,
of course, is known to sue diplo-
mats here, and, in the disarmament
debate, where the new and concili
atory Soviet proposal was regard-
ed by the Americans as an attempt
to prevent the ratification of the
1 "Hi
the worst the team could possibly
I do would be to break even for the
; season.
bu, UAH LEONARD
This will be the sixth season that
Arthur Tauber. fencing expert, will
coach Yeshiva University's fencing
squad.
Tauber. who knows his sport, was
assistant to the coach of the Unit
ed States Olympics fencing team in
1946
he did not -hrmkiromi
against the ers To those who iw,!
described as he in; soft i
Soviets, it is ironical to i
that thi- was the
prevented from sp
French Assembly by ^
nist deputies pnundin||
and chanting in unisssl
Moch. r.\--a-in '
No one who knows I
that he h.i- changed. Hejj
anti-Communist but he]
~"'i' ther eitrestl
not embrace the Fjsattj,{
arms t., those who esk
Fascists His son was I
the V,. rtured tori
crime of being a Jet.
M. Moch started U
career ir. the popular f
the 'thirties uhen bei
to Prime Minister Blaaj
beginning of the war. (
ed by t he Petainisu, I
to England to joa
Gaulle and the Fn4 I
has been Minuter of I
and Transport, as well al
of the Interior in fnaii
I ment- His last postwnj
of Defense but tkst^
four years ago.
Send your favorile racipw lo Thw Jewish Floridion, together with
your name and address. If yoo havt a recent photograph, you may
include il with your entry. Should your recipo appear in this column,
you will b pres*ntd with a copy of "Thw Book of Jewish Rocipos,"
containing 500 kosher recipes and Forward on the principles of
CCOktTf.
minute Beat eggs in a large mix
ing bowl using a rotary beater,
and add a little sugar at a time
while beating till creamy Stir in
i fruit rind and juice and
add to mixture in the frying pan.
stirring in as lightly as possible
Cook over moderate heat onl> till
the egg mixture i> absorbed Let
ON THE
8
0
mixture o-il before adding the |
pitted prunes and fill cavity of 8 ^ wl,nut ,lr>, ^.^ ^^
to 10 pound turkey This amount of a (ranchl^. Greenberg is to take
of dres-ing is sufficient for 2 aver- ,up the matter of expansion at a
age si roa>ting chickens just m league meeting on Dec 8
case you prefer the smaller birds
------1 A few columns back, we men-
tioned that Brandeis ITlllwMll'l
football star. Bill McKenna. was
being watched by pro scouts and
might have an opportunity to play
pro ball if he wanted to
at
or
BLESSED IS THE LAND. By Lamta | tured h> the Bntidii
Zara. 393 pp. New York: Crown New York, he u
Publishers, Inc. $3.95.
dwn. when the DutdU
city and rename it NntJ
records the fact: sal'
By HILARY MINDLIN
ii come- New Vrkaoi
Louis Zara s new novel is ideally J ^
suited to publication in the year of a .. J
Most id all. I* m>
- of (HI
the Tercentenary. It is the story
of the thirty-six Jews who fled
from their homes in Brazil when
the Portuguese invaded the coun-
try in 1654
his friends
virtues, their loves
and of their abiding
daism ami devotion t
land which held all tk*j
The small company of men, worn ((r(.(1(1m and peace,
er. and children sailed off, bound
The new> i> that Bill has been
scouted by Jack Kelleber. a repre-
sentative of the Los Angeles Rams
After looking McKenna over. Kel-
leher paid great tribute to McKen-
na's know-how He also remarked.
What a pair of hands
A representative of the Detroit
Lions champion team commented. ;j
" Wed like to have him on our
club'
Brandeis University's football
team easily defeated Buffalo in the
squad next to the last contest of
the season The score was 9t 3*.
which kept the pact with the
Jadaas- raeerd of kagk scoring
Casaea during the season. This vic-
tory also assured the Judges that
for New Amsterdam, their ship
was captured by Spanish pirates
who tortured their men. attacked
i their women, threw their infants
into the sea and kidnapped five of
their children. The twenty-three
who survived managed to escape
and reach the Dutch shores. They
were the first Jews to settle in the
New World
The outstanding figure in the
group is Ashur Levy
"journal" which he keeps
(somewhat erratically, like many
journalists) for 27 years. He re-
counts faithfully the difficulties be-
setting the unwanted Jews in the
new colony the Indian attacks,
the corrupt Council, the harshness
hatred of Peter Stuyvesant.
the lane stnaggle for burgher
rights (citiaaashipv
When New Asssterdam ta
The suthof ha-
f ,he Court Minute* I
sterdam Dutch W<'
earh documeaUalsa|
( those first day.- tm
,)We- his background: i
credit for the per
stand out iw !
rests with Mr Zara.
Like the tn* J
l.bncatedatisssaii
The book is it is difficult to i
I book is. after alL
it seem- to me. _
the historical
tarty with t***^,
concept of P**** ,
M it might -ell -
hechance toassf'
life of the past "J
year aeighhaf^
combuiation
able fascioatW


Lemen to Get
[uka CJifts
liNCTON Member* of
#;,' ,.,., and chapter,
Lmnleted wrapping &.W0
Kformcn.n.heUnif-
L Armed forces, who w.ll
La during the holiday sea-
L,| Elliott A. Miles, chair-
the B'nai B'rith service
,e, fr the Armed Forces
trans, has announced.
1 glfts are being collected
I American Red Cross chap-
. shipment to cities on the
, gnd pacific oasts before
dlini- dat'. Pec. 1.
her 15 000 (hanuka gifts are
fepared l H'' B'ri,h
t.,i- patients in veterans
Btary hospital in this coun-
Canada Wrapped with
1'rith labels bearing the
[l the unit.-, making tne con-
the gifts will provide
Icheer for thousands of sick
tabled veterans. Miles said.
B'rith and other commu-
ipaiu/ations in cities adja-
these hospitals, with the
I,,, i hospital staffs and
Inn.il American Red Cross
\: will conduct parties in the
wards during Chanuka
lee. 20 to 27. when the gifts
I handed out.
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Apparently, little Grant, age z, is quite emphatic as he sits on
the lap of his mother. Mrs. Theodore Epstein, 5969 North Bay
rd., Miami Beach, while she discusses her selection of courses
in the Temple Beth Sholom Institute of Adult Jewish Studies
with Sydney I. Greenberg, educational director. Even more
than Grant, his bspther and sisters, Roger 4, Deborah, 7, and
Abbey, 13, were thrilled to hear that theii mother is taking the
same course they are "Understanding Jewish Home and
Synagogue Life." Mrs. Sol Pine, P.T.A. president, and Mrs.
William Yarowitz, adult educational chairman, report that
scores of young Jewish mothers are attending these unique
courses given every Tuesday morning.
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Greater Miami B'nai B'rith mem-
bership campaign, now at its half-
way mark, has almost reached its
goal of 1.000 new members, accord-
ing to the latest report by Judge
Sam Silver, local campaign chair-
man.
"We are meeting enthusiastic re-
ZOA Leaders Plan
Trip to Israel
Michael Adilman. of Savannah.
Ga., regional chairman of the Tour
to Israel sponsored by the South-
east Region of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, this week re-
vealed that a group of approxi-
mately 25 ZOA members of the
Southeast Region will leave New
York City on April 4. 1955 and fly-
directly to Israel, where they will
spend the Passover holidays and
the sevententh anniversary ol Is-
rael Independence Day.
During this period, they will
have the opportunity of visiting
the country. A number of official
receptions have been planned for
the group by the National ZOA
Tourist Department and the ZOA-
Daniel Frisch House in Israel.
On the return home, the group
will stop in Switzerland. Paris and
London.
sponse everywhere," said Judge'
Silver, "because the B'nai B'rith;
program of service to the commu-
nity and to the country does not
need to be sold. It has a record of
111 years of devotion to the prin-
ciples of brotherly love and har-
mony."
The B'nai B'rith campaign,
which commenced Nov. 1, will offi-
cially terminate on Sunday, Dec.
12, with a nation-wide telephone
report to Washington. D. C, na-
tional headquarters of the organ-
ization.
"It is our hope." said Judge Sil-
er, "that we can go over the top
and exceed our quota."
A mass initiation is being plan-
ned in December for all new mem-
bers.
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FRIDAY. No
GLOBAL SHORTS
A Tercentenary Featwe
Delegations Arrive in
Montevideo for Sessions
MONTEVIDEO OTAl Rr Ar-
.. h Kubovi. l-r;n-l Minister te Ar-
.. n( in.i. Cru-!ua> and Cade, heads
the Israel delegation at the annual
ng of the United Nation
rational. Scientific and Cultural Or-
ganization I SESt 0 huh opens
lure this week I>eput> delecatlon
i- I>r MlMllWll Ami!..
retary of the bnel legation in
Iiucn. A
North African Jews Fear
Violence at Arab Hands
MM Y01&. .JTA>The 500.000
.1, u- ,.f N la ar.' deeply
concerned over the pasaibilit) that
tht-> will he singled out a- scape-
i.dcnce by Arab propa-
d extremists, according
0 an American Jewish Committee
which returned here
this week from a tour >.l North
Africa.
U.S; Founders Look to

Old Testament Views
By OSCAR S. STRAUS
AJP
Writer Finds Germans
Soften on Former Nazis
NEW YORK AJP> In a dis-
m Bonn. Germany. Lud-
d in Thi Ml a
'hi- week
N

justly nr.;
ed re-
- war
criminal
lid, is ii
Ih.' Al 1;
be rest, includin. I
need with
No Hope of Large Restitution
Settlement in Austria
\ IKNN \ UN'S Procpi Ctl "I
an early settlement
claim- i..r rcstilulhm in
killed thi h
Srtlrt Cite Samuel the Prophet
Bart} in the histnr\ ot the Amer-
ican people. Cotton Mather, who
was an extreme Old Testamentar
d N.m Kngland being a
country whose interests are re-
,!.!> enwrapped in ecclesiasti-
cal circumstances, ministers ought
to concern themselves in politics
Y.tiIv they followed his advice
Austria |TOOJ BMHtrd not only in the
when the ,'" J" t""""-",i;1 Army.
Austrian Social Democratic Party *',h'h'-r 'n-l-K-K. in hand. gl -
, inu th" battles of the Revolution.
.n of benefits lor _..,
but on Sundav their eloquent voic-
^:;m h- .. i
. were heard from the pulpit and
part ol ___ ", ;.
the overall scheme of restitution
Jewish Life in Kenya Not
Affected by Emergency
\ lewis* com-
i life in K. nj.. h.i- not t>een
te Ol emergency
med I Brttiah Coioaial
iimenl in n it- canv
II, the
ported
ke foundation has
i new sj na-
Notorious Swiss Anti-Semite
Gets Sentence in Sweden
N KHOl \I WNS A local
month
on Einar \
tori-"i
publishing and distributing mate-
rial com del nation
racial
I Th< proceeding
were instituted
v. -he Worl
Am-
lor in Washington Aberg
peddlini his I
I the world.
Mrs. Eisenhower Gets
Israel-Manufactured Rug
W VSHLNGTO.N W NS At. I-
n b) two |i
I Ibyan origin, was
presented this week i" Mr-
Dwight El The weavers.
Hasan IT and Chanah Ha-
gah, N. w b w ashing-
'': Israel Kmhav to par-
ticipate in a World Trade Fabf
mm under way here.
Rabbinical Board Bans
New Year's Eve Parties
PHILADELPHIA (AJP The
Jewish Tunes reports that New
K\.- par':. ..r.- belli]
the local Jewish community
by the Philadelphia Board of Rab-
bis In a proclamation adopted by
the iijbbiiiic.il body meetin in
Ailath Jushurun Synagogue, it was
d out that N.w Year K\e
311 falls ,,n the Sabbath.
in camp denouncing not only as
i.n-. m principle hut as against
the true spirit and meaning of the
Scriptures, the slavish doctrines of
"unlimited submission and non-re-
which they explained,
had been invented b> crown -mo
phant.s and court chaplains to flat-
ter the ears of tyrannical rulers
Thej pictured in glowing words the
rise and lall of the Hebrew Com-
monwelath, and read to their hear
en again the warnings and" admoni-
lions ol Samuel, and the references
made by the prophets to the
wrong- and injustice Oi kings, and
the consequential sufferings of
the people because o| Iheir reject-
ing God's established rule, the gov-
ernment of the people as it existed
under Moooa, Joshua and the
Judgi
These and similar passages were
taken as t.\|s |,,r the politlcothe
ologual sermons that were heard
Sonda) after Sunday throughout
New Kngland Jonathan Mayhew.
in the preface to his famous dis-
course concerning "I nlimited Sub-
miasion and Non-Resistance to
Higher Powers published at the
request of the hearers, delivered on
the 30th of January. 1750. the an-
niversary of the death of King
Court Upholds New York State
University Ban on Fraternities
'A VSHINGTON II A I'
irl has upheld a lower
if the
V a Y irk to
and soror-
.'- campuses Involved
in the court's action w... ruling
iversit) trustees that i
' n '. .-ild be allowed
rate d it barred itudeata "on
accoual ol rai i color, r. :
rigm or other arti-
I criteria "
Death Sentence Demanded for
Jews Arrested in Egypt
LONDON JTA The death
sentence baa been demandei for Chartei 1. m/u by way of introduc-
the eleven Jews arrested in ("aim turn; It is to be hoped that but
and Alexandria on charges of al- few will think the subject an
espionage [he Manchestaa improper one to be (list owns] on
Guardian reported this week The in the pulpit under a notion that
Guardian di-patch noted that neith- this is preaching politics. Why
er the lawv.r- for the accused nor ____________ _. -
anyone elae h,- bam permitted to
the Jews, ..nd that one of them
Was i to have committed
suicide
than .hould not these parts of the
Scirpture which relate to civ i
ernment he examined and explain-
ed from the desk as well as oih
By a remarkable and potent co-
incidence the very texts and argu-
ment* drawn from the Scriptu
that were adduced by the divines
to resist the unjust exactions and
illegal encroachments of the king.
and which stripped the royal
lire of its divine character, held
up before the American people the
Hebrew commonwealth as a model
of government: bo close1; I
bta of the people ,,nd "
ol government idi-nt:'n in
books of the Old Testame
same Scriptural records which
weaned the Americans from their
monarchichal affiliations, winch
placed the divine mark upon popu
lar government, anil which deaff
nated that form as best calculated
to secure the inestimable privileges
of civil liberty also supplied the
model for its creation
The framers of the Republic of
the I'nited State, did not construct
this government after the model
of any of the then existing repub-
lics or after that of the great re-
publics of classical or mediaeval
history They brought to their aid
the experiences of all the past: the
entire science of government was
their guide. In the words of Frank-
lin, who. as an authority on this
subject, i- second to none: 'We
have gone back to ancient Meter)
for models of government, and ex-
amined the different forms of
republics which, having been
originally formed with the seeds
of their own dissolution, now no
longer exist
And we have viewed modern
states all round Europe, but find
none ol their constitutions suitable
to our own circumstances." On the
other hand, the departments con-
stituting the framework of our gov-
ernment the Executive. Legisla-
tive and Judicial owe their ori-
gin directly to similar departments
in the government of Kngland. and
to the general form ol construction
listing
<>f Ih- ihpn
anuoents.
In the vPlrrt
den, ,'"1,n'W
^'wveraatelVaal
^ofgoverna!?*
"u lwaJj
-Public 3
dn'1 ".....rn Wu. an00,i
fn.m the remnant., ;,-
"fonarchv ,.r ,i,d ^"J
- .luticiO-
':-""siWl
(aw,
families who might th,
the :
an here.
cml '1' Irom : ihraldcM^l
! uwJ
1,11 their ilieajj
their king were pecul^itri
te in li ..ii no titled,
exclusive privileges t0
against, no institutionsi_^
which had outlived lie^l
M old ru:
They were peculiarly
in having the power of i_
for themsi .... such |llfl|
ernment ,. they in their a
liberate iidgment, gunML
experiences ,,| m ratlW4J
elect It may be an ,
incidence that in the .
these two peoples there l
1st to many circumstances!
a striking simj]ar,.j, toost]
er. that in respect to g
they should have armed;
same result, the establket-
a federal democratic repBtfc]
it is doubtless more in actwil
the logic of history, which if
osophy teaching by enari
conclude that the fonwri
material element in the f
the latter, and a positive I
in its national formation*_
any dire.: >.i.nection e<
ceed in tracing in these|

"-
Vandals Desecrate Oakland
Synagogue for Fourth Time
<|\M.AM). ( ..in JTA
Van-
m?m$m
into the new Temple
Beth Jacob here thil week and de-
d it for the fourth time in dx
weaka I be vandals antarad
through the root liiey hurled eggs
about the sanctuary and nacarad
"I I-la. I which stiMxl near
an American fl
Jordan Fails in Censure
Attempt Against Israel
IKRt SALEM WAS. The Mix-
ed Armistice Commission in what
amounts to a major rebuff to Am-
man, rejected a bid by Jordan to
have the commission pass a reso-
lution of censure against Israel for
irrigation works Israel is conduct-
ing in the Beisan Valley Jordan
complained that the irrigation
scheme was "designed to bring
about basic changes in the water
flow of the River Jordan to the
eriotia detriment" of Jordan
Schary is Chairman
LOS ANGELES Mi; M studio |
head Dore Schary was named this
wek b> the Brandcis Youth
Foundation as chairman of its com-j
j mittee tor creative programming. ;
, it wa a announced by Abraham
: Goodman of New York Citv. presi
dent

Arabs Advertise Lilienthal
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b NOVEMBER 26, 1954
LEGAL NOTICK____
;E UNDeR F.CTITIOU*
irlng ti> '"HM' ">
(i, I ItlOUK name ,.f
I \|-M>KiMAT, Ht
Mi.inn ll.lii ill,
. glstei aald UIM
i.-illt Cow t of
Mgned, under th
lgAi
feel avenue
5ENWEATHBB
ICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
. lsNAHMBRBB^OIV2J Ut
Signed, deidring I" engnae in
;,n,in Hi? fictitious name of
iiVSTKI VTIIiX. Bl
Miami. Kim -
name with
LEOAU NOTICE
"nOTIOC UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.wN"TV'K.ls HERKHK CJIVKN lliHt
the tmoaratgnM, desiring lo cnaase In
hl-.W BU8INE8.H H-|'. 1RT1 Wri'lKS
at 86.. N.K. Ith am. uian I, Intend
to register wtld name with the tier*
of the I Ir.ull ( ourt of LX
Honda.
MORTUN .1 KAY
EARL It CALVERT
Owni
BEN B8KBN
All..i nej ti.r Applli .iiii-
101 i Hey bold Bldg,
iir. a ii .mo
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 7 B
w 8 k i
:.:,t h
I ,u court ..r l>ad,
STKS ZCKOWRKI
!,1-.Vi:ni: ZUKOWOU
f.'.N Zukow kl ConatrUottoB
! :!
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
"C NAME LAW
-L- ,< I1KRKHY QIVBM !>'
Erslaned, desiring to eiurace In
unilri the ric-tltlogji name of
, ., Rol'ND BAR -ind
L',. N v. ,,i ("oral Oabli Flot -
* j. ,;i-t.-i laid name xx II.I
lit Court of DssM
\ ID KoNHAIZF.R
liKRTLBR
,1 KonhauMT
____________
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HF.KEBY OIVBN thai
, iin'ni .i. desiring to sngags In
io fictitious name of
OK FLORIDA, at IMtl N.K.
,,,. Intend to register said
mil tin dark of the Circuit
[i.i.i, County, Florida.
CKtiRiiF. I'.m'.AN-
! X M KS '" \RI.Si iN ,' ;
PE IS
fl
I .i:\visuN. ESQ
Itorarl of Kloiidii
llldg Miami 32, Ha.
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- 111 :i: I:i: V OIVBN thnt
.1 il, .siring to engas.- in
tltlOUl iihiii.- "I
|,r- SI'N'I>RIBH Slier. it
V venue, Miami flench.
I mime
the Circuit court of
hlorlda
IKVKR I. I.ICHTENKTEIN
I- I.ICHTBNSTEIN
. HII.VI R
f..r \p|iln .mi
>.|,l Itlda Miami, 11a.
f _________________________
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
JA IN PROBATE. No. 33908-B
KST \TK i >K
I Mil' SIIAI'IRO, Deceased
|0TICE TO CREDITOR6
am) All Person* If* V-
I .niiilulu AKHlnst Said
| h .if you aro hereby
ami ici|ulred In |irenent any
and .1. niands which you, or
bf x..ii. mav have aaainat the
of I'.KItNARD SHAPIRO ile-
VVesti heater County.
|o. k. In the Honorable. County
i.f l.il. County, and file the
fflees In the County
ii Hade County. Florida,
alendar months from the
first publication hereof.
demanda to contain the
f Hi.- i-lalinant and to he
i --nted an aforesaid,
I..- Iiarr.-d.
I th. A.D. 1914.
ll.lNA ii SIIAI'IRO
J v- llan Fxecutrix of the
I Will and Testament of
| iR!) SHAPIRO,
Deceased^
|N KNc.LANDBR
|x Km ill.n x Executrix
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34001
In It.- ESTATE i IF
DAVID Yin NO, n. eased
To All Credltoi and All Persons Hav-
Inn Chums or Demands Aaalnsl Said
Batata
You and each ..r | ou, ai. hi I bj
notified ami required to present nn>
iIhIih- and il.inan.l- which you, !
either of yoa, m.i> have afalnst th.-
estate of DAVID YOl'NO, di
late ,,f Coral i labli -. i lade 'ount>.
Kli.it. la, to the Honorable County
Judges "f Dade county, and file the
same In theli offlcea In the County
Courthouse In Had.. County, Klorlda,
within elKht calendar month* from
the date of the first publication I
Said claims or demand.- to contain the
MgjaJ ad.ir.sM of th.- claimant and lo
lie sworn to and presented ,i- afore-
Mid, or same will bo barred.
Hat.- November l(, A.D. I54.
IDA VnlN.;
As Executrix of the Last Will
and TeatAmenl of
DAVID TOUNO, Deceaaed
BEN B8SEN
Attorney for Executrix
li tt-M 12 l-U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34056- B
In Re: ESTATE OP
BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL,
Dei ,- l
To All Creditors and All Person! Hav-
tnx claims or Demands Agalnal Saul
Estate:
and each of you, are hereby
d ami i squired to pi i Kent an>
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, max- have Ba*aln!l
,.t BERTHA FISCHER
KENDALL, deceased 1st* of Dade
County, Florida, t.i the Honorable
County .Inili;.-. of Hade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
county Courthouse in Dads Counfy,
Florida, within eluht calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, ibtld claims or demands t<,
contain tin- lecal address of the claim-
d in I..- sworn to and presi nti .i
as aforesaid. <>r same will be barred.
I laic November 1"., A.l' I9M.
tNNKTTK KENDALL KATZOFF
As Administratrix of the Estate .,t
DEHTIIA FISCHER KENDALL
11,. i-,-.i
BLRY RTONB
Attorney for Annette Kendall Kstsofl
11/1S-J* 12/J-10
Nth .f,rSeRCU,T cour-TSf THE
Iris. .*D*,AL C,RCUIT OF FLOR-
N rilurNcDDvF0H ADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No 173828
VICTORIA ROLLE BARR, Plaintiff,
vs
OEOROK BARR, Defendant.
T,, N.?.TICE BY PUBLICATION
i" OBt>Rutj BARR, Defendant,
Address I nkn n
>"1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'!'",.....jmplalnt for divorce has been
riled scatnst you, ami you are requli
I to serve a copy ..f youi answer on
th.- Plaintiffs attorney, ROBERT II
TRA! RIO, Esquire, I0S1 duPont
nulldina, Ulaml SI, Florida, and file
the original answer iii the office of
the t lei k of lha fir.-uit Court on or
before the 6th da) of I h cembel IIM
otherwlsi the allocations.In -aid com-
plaint mil be t.ik.-n as confessed bv
you
PLEASE OOVER.N VOUR8ELP AC-
I IRDIN'QLT.
I ..!.-.I loh, i "i 1064
B, B, LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the circuit Court
B] M. C. GREEN,
1 S, ill lieputy Clerk
11/1-12
LECAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS.
fjAMf LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHY (1IVEN thai
th.- tindeisiKned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR PLAZA, at 1321) Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to n-Klster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
RLE A NOR Kl'HHNER
HENRY BERKOWITZ
DAVID II HKKKoWITZ and
ANNA BERKOWITZ, his wife
ELKY 8TONE
Attorney for Wlndaor Phira
11 ):: i:. _'., II I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN that
the undersurned, desiring t,. engage In
business under the fictitious name ,.f
T. & M PAINTINO. .it I MI N W. 4th
Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANTHONY Nli'i iI.i.ki. \ ,.c; owner
MCKItAY KARPEL1. .. .,-r
GOLDMAN g COLDSTEIN
Attoi ti. | for Registrant
2301 We.i Ftagler St., Miami, Florida
ll S-12-1I-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to ongage In
business under the hctltlous name of
KEO BAR, .ii M Northeaal MUl
Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida.
Intends to reglstei -.ii clerk of the ciniiit Courl hi Dads
County, Florida,
JACK OROB
HENRY M c.MN
for Applicant
25U W. Flagler si Miami, Pla.
11f5-12-ll-34
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AUTISTIC DISPLAY SERVICE, a<
njii n.w Itrd Street, Miami, Florida,
Intends to n d na me a Ith the
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MIAMI CROWN
DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
by: S. II. Host. President
.1. ii. Baucom Treasurer
MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Miami Crown
Distributors, Inc.
150 s.xi,.,i.i Bids. Miami, Ma.
li. ll-lt-M 12/3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51646
Notice is hereliy gix-en that
NATHANIEL W BIBOEL, holder an
assignee of Cltj of Bouth Miami Tax
Sale Certificate Numbered &, dated
the L'nd day of June, A.D. 1952, has
filed said Certificate in my office, and
has made application for tax deed to
issue thereon iii accordance xxith law-
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situate
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
10 ."ai ft of nm x |ti in SB Cor
of N. 38 ft of W'j of NW', of
N\\ ', of SK', Less S. 30 ft for
R/W. Section :'".. Township !
HoUth, KaliKe 411 13list, contalll-
Ing I Acre mine or less, in the
City of Smith Miami. County of
Dade, state ..f Florida.
Tin- assessment ..I said property
under the Certificate issued was in
th,. name ..t <:i* DONALDSON I'i
less said l SertlflcaW shall be rede,
according to litw, lax deed will
thereon on the 1st day of December,
A D IIM.
Dated this 15th d.ix of Octower, a.d.
B li LBATHBBMAN,
( lerk of 'ircul c.nii i
i lade County, Kim Id
By N i 8TBRRETT.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
10/2 1I/5-I2-19-2*
'luht

Imn
iii. -.
n anil
will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to enKae>- in
business under the fictitious nai
CASH REGISTER SAL E8 \-
SERVICE, at x|| North Miami Av-
enue, Miami. Pis intend lo register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Coin t <>f Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM Bl'SSMAN LEWIS LANDS '.a Interest
ISRAEL ABRAM8
ah..i nex for cash Register
s ii, gj Bervlce
211 N E 2nd Ax.-.
11/5-12-1 '.-:''.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned) desiring to .'iiitHne in
business under the flctltloui name of
MYERS. HEIMAN A. KAPLAN, at
i,mi Keybold Bldg., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court Of Dad.- County, Florida.
STANLEY C MYERS
LOUIS HEIMAN
, LEON KAPLAN
LEON A, EPSTEIN
ii i'i-:'.; 12 3-10
IF f nr.uiT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
r>c COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
5ERV No. 174033
ALBERT, Plaintiff
i fi ndant
nrr of PUBLICATION
UtRY M BERT
I I'nknown
HEREBY NOTIFIED
i complaint for di.
1 RES Inol x-oil. a lid x ml
I io serve s cony of your
i n Plaintiff! attorni y,
| I s.x l,l,| HiillclinK.
i.| file the ..rivlnal
office "f the Clelk of
ii ..r I.,-fore the 13th
t otherwise the
I RID ,,f C.molsint
onfessed arnlnst vou.
>th day of Novembt i
i n. m \T"ipit\t w,
circuit C,..i"
WM W STQCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
S-t-v i-.
Itlff
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34057-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
RI'TH LEVIN, also known as
Hi-Til a LEVIN Dei eased
To All Creditors and All Person! HSU-
kag claims or Demands Against Sala
Estate: .
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, max have aaaiin-t the
estate of RI'TH LEVIN, also known
na RI'TH It LEVIN deceased late of
Worcester Cunt v. Massachusetts, to
the Honi.rahl. County Judges n! Pane
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthousi
Dade County. Florida, within
calendar months from the date
first publlratlon hereol
Or demands t.. contain the
dr.-ss of the claimant and to
to and i......i ted
win be hai n .i
Dai. November 15 \
Cl.llY STOfiE
v -, |i ,, 'do : an f
f the i'-t i'e of
RI'TH LEVIN wnas
. RUTH I' l-E> IN ......ised
li II'M f IM____________
NOTICE UNHFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned deslrlns to sna
ihi fli-tlt
eight
i,f the
lalmi
i. --.ii ad
he -XX ol tl
.1 -.in:,'
11 1054,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, -usaae in
business under the fictitious name of
I'LYINi; Dl'TCHMEN DRIVE-IN. .it
IM N.W. 11th St.. Miami, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F1"da- QEOROE W SPORE. JR.
VV. o. VAN TIEN
11/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'uTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEO \Dl.ElfS PACKA4IE STORE,
WOFFORD PACKAOE STORE, LEO
VDLER'S LIQI'OR STORE, MM Ool-
llni Ax- Miami Pe.ich. Fla Intends
t.. register mid name with the clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
n''i'1'' BERNARD aVscEBEL
BERICK, SHAPIRO A. FRIED, Attys.
Alton foi Applicant
t;n Lincoln Rosd
il I2-1I-M 11
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. No. 62105-B
MYRTLE Fl'KNlTi I'.K COMPANY,
INC., a Florida I ..rporation.
plaintiff,
VS.
EVELYN I'R.WVKnnn, also known as
EVELYN CRAWFORD SMITH.
Defendant
NOTICE TO DEFEND IN REPLEVIN
TO: EVELYN CRAWFORD, also
known as
EVELYN CRAWr'iiRO SMITH
IS! N. W. 2ist Btredt
Apart mini 22
m..him, Florida
TOU ARE HBRBBY ordered and
required to serve copy wer to the Complaint filed against
x.,u in the ala.xe Court, on Gilbert I
Balklll, 412 Congress Pudding, Miami,
Florida, the plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original In the office of the
cietk nf th.- Civil court of Record, In
and for Dade c.unity. Florida, on or
before the mth day of December, IK4
Otherwise the allegations of said Com-
plaint xx III lie taken as confessed by
vou. The case is a suit in replevin and
is styled MYRTLE FCRNITl'KE
COMPANY, INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, plaintiff. versus. EVELYN
CRAWFORD, also known as EVELYN
CRAWFORD SMITH, defendant, in
which the plaintiff seeks to recover
the followlne property:
One (1) Kelvlnator Refrigerator
One tl) Supreme Stove, being a
gas range
Two f2) Jtlonde end tables
One (11 Blonde coffee table
One (1) Wrought Iron kitchen set.
consisting of one (1) table
and four 14) chairs.
DATED at Dade County. Florida,
this 2nd day of November. 19".4.
W. CECIL WATSON,
Clerk of the cixil Court
of Record
By; II. L. TYNDAI.L. JR.
i-:F. \L) Deputy Clerk
(ilLBERT ,1 BALKTN
Attorney for Plaintiff
412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida
11 B-ll-U-M
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31195-A
RE ESTATE OF
KLVA F MONTELL a/k/a
ELVA Ml iNTELL, u k a
ELLA MONTELL, Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed nix final report and petltio
Final Discharge as ancillary executrix
of The estate .if ELVA F. MONTELL.
. fl; and that OH the 20th day ol
December, I9S4, 1 will appl] to ihe
Honorable W I- BLANTON, County
judge of I >ade l 'ountj. I lorida, for
approval of said final report an
final discharge a- an. illal x exei (UrjX
Of tU. .-tat- of KLVA F. MONTELL.
ed
This Bth day of November, ii'.l.
RTHA M HARPWTER
AnclUart sxecutrls
PJCHARD KRIBGER FINK
Attorney for ancillary estate
412 Congress Building Miami, Florida
ll '1-M ll/t-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the flotltlous name .,,
STANLEY IMPORTS, at Dade Coun-
ty, Fla., Intends to legist., said name
xxith the clerk f the circuit Court
of D.o County. Florida.
STANLEY F. COHEN
11/12-19-26 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF.PY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SI'AII. at KM S.W *7th Ave.. Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
Of the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida. ,,
W. P. TAL'B
11 ll-2 12/3-10_________________ .
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.QUARTERLY.
riRriiiT rriUPT rS" THF
PNTH .iuD"*ial CIRCUIT OF
1*. IN SMri FOR DAOF.
TV in r-uAtxir-ERV Hn. 174041
APDETTfe VLADIMIR
Plslntlff
r~ i xtilMiR D-fenHsnl.
re r.c pimi ir*TION
IMVi-pvt VI.AriiM'R. rare of
C '.si s-,th Street. New
... u.
tcd'ied thsf a P'l .-f C'""-
has been filed
i .to see rennlced to
' \ ,."r A news' or Pit I
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i' m x v rt s" vfR,
llnv, M'sml. F'oelda.
. ,w.<
f I'e Clerl' D-e
"I e*',-e lb- llth
1't If vnu f"ll to
p. ,i..',i, ..in be
, f,. ihn ralUf de-
,ii.>
IMU.-IUMI ..| Mi,ml
H
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I fo
Attorney! foi Regltranl
..: w,..i Flaaler st Miami. Fta.
11/19-1'.: H________________
NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOFL
PDA iN CHANCERY. Ntf. 174124
BOBBRT L. 8ELLT1TZ. Ptalnttfl,
IRENE* SF.LLTITZ, Defeiclan'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: IRENE SELLTIT25
1702 Palmetto street
rolTm HEREYBV*NOTlIrTBD
Bill of Compujjnt for
has i., i ''net
i HELLTITB, and
,. :, ,,i,x of yoUl t "Wl I tO the
tSlTof ".....nlslnl on PHtlntlf
; .'. MILTON H RICHMOND
,n,ln R.,ad Building Mlam Beach,
... ;,,., .,,| file the om-lnal in the
, ihccieik of the Clrcull i
,. ,. |.f..,,. the 13th dax ,.f De
is-,1 or i Decree Pro Ctmfeggo will
;;vvltr;;i"M,;,;;'i'F,nd..his..h
""> 'N,,v;;:';;' ;",he >.....:-
,- h LEATHERMAN.
Dade Count! fi,,, ,
By: It ll BICB, JR.
,sc,n "-i"v Clerk
ll |c-1S-M 11 :
. Dix
,,, i,x ROBERT
required
mber
l
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjewist Meridian
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and auaranlee
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone 2-4366
lor messenger service
ti,
"th risy id" November,
o t itiipbv w,
k. .licit OnSkt.
ni.ntv S"l.el*
i> Deputy Clerk
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|.\l'l. BTRI'M ?-.
IAMB" R MACE49*
RODFRT LEWIKON
,u'n'\ for I'ntil nyrum
11/12-19-26^- lS/8________________
^NOTICE DNn^R FICTITIOUS
ii p. :-'jj_________._________-
------iS?icgr<'N'*-R FICTITIOUS
NOT'CK NAME LAW
NuTICF IS HERFB1 OIVKN_
IN THE CIRCU4T COURT
1ITH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
H0r.F COUNTY. FLORIDA
OF
IN
No.
THE
AND
IN
174078
FOR
CHANCERY
RUBIN TOUNO, Plaintiff
RBATHBll BAB roOTO^
NOTIC.F OF PUBLICAT'ON
TO REATHBR MAB VOX SO
** '* .a -_ 1'..bnntl-n
~.......'" HBRErV> NOTIFIED
for Divorce
ydi" a hi-:
.%.. o t'.lll .if Ci.nuilrtint
,h"' filed ssnlnHt you. and you
,.,,i,y of your
bus been
;Z* eahulrrd serve a c.i.y oi ......
are '"I""''"' i.|;,|n'lff' attorney.
r kv i s.-u..ld Building
I'. ..^I'-vnorld'a. snd file the oriclna
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Plans Formolatod for
Bureau of Jewish Education
Dinner of Di Lido Dec. 15
At a breakfast meeting held in
the home of Mrs. Louis Glasscr.
plans were this week formulated
for the 13th annual dinner of the
Mrs. Louit Gfasser
Bureau of Jewish Education to bo
held on Dec 15. 6:30 p.m.. at the
Dl I.iclo hotel.
The dinner will feature an ad-
dress bj Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
who is now returning from Israel
Program of the dinner will include
.1 dramatic pnaeiitaUoil depicting
the growth and development >>t the
functions of the Bureau
Mr- Matilda H Ratner, president
of the Bureau, announced the ap-
pointment of Mr- Glaaaer ;i- chair
man of the 'imn. r. with .i commit-
tee membership including repri
sentation from ;dl Jewish organ-
izationa
Attending the breakfast to for
mulate the dinner plan-, were Mr-
Adele Zuckerman. Helen Cental-
feld, Mn Sam Proaterman, Mrs
llollie Fabric. Mrs Blanche Met-
sel, Louis Scbwartanan, Sidney
Fertig, Mrs Hilda Gertler. Mrs.
Bernice Gottlieb, Mrs. Janet Shaw
mut, Mr- Betty Schwartz, Mr- Sal
lej Spaet.-Mrs. Tillie Sandier. Mrs.
Dorothy Bott. Mr- 1 Cjrpen .mil
Mr- Matilda H. Hatner
Adult Institute
Opens at North
Shore Center
Monday evening, Nov. 29. will
mark the beginning of session- of
(the Institute of Adult Jewish Edu-
cation at the North Shore Jewish
Center.
The ln-tittite. which will extend
for 15 COaaeCUtlve week-, will be
highlighted by the course "What
the Modern Jea Can Believe
en by Rabbi Mayer Abr.uiHiv.it/
In addition to COUraes in elcmen
tary and conve:-sational Hebrew,
Abraham J Gittelson. educational
director of the (enter, will offer a
COUne in Jewish history .i- part ol
a three year cycle, covering 3.000
years of Jewish life
I acuity members for the Hebrew
OOUraea Will include Rachel
Al.ruiiii.wit/ and NORM Rohino-
witz.
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