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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DFCEMBER 3 19S4
PRICE: TEN CENTS
feporfed Rising
iow American Jews
to Retain Their Identity
Adenauer Censures Anti-Semitic
Action at Berlin Political Meeting
American
wish to re-
lily- and this
at it const!-
lie to either
larriage. At
fe-born Jews
of interest
the findings
(made public
tial scientists
itenary Con-
fewlsh Sociol-
I Commodore.
>rs, sociolo-
jd communal
the two-day
\v. .is sponsor-
;n, Jewish He-
llion which
mans of sci-
irch. a better
position of
world. Qth-
tre:
|n the Jewish
land with the
ation. Jews
[religious cus-
lwhich are in
[to American
Is which have
n generally
involve their
Idemand daily
I in addition.
[not require a
Ion from non
of Jews have
toward Israel.
little if any
Their "philan-
Rm" considers
homeland for
persecuted or
kg their tradi-
|pporting phil-
ting liberally
non-sectarian
[in and activity
MM helps the
keif and gives
aging.
Ission on the
lerican Jewish
ologists stated
fpment was the
f persons who
had assumed the leadership of or-
ganized Jewish life in the United
States. A second important change
was the growth and rising influ-
ence of central philanthropic or-
ganizations in local communities.
This was followed by Increased
rank and file participation in Jew
ish religious and charitable causes
And finally, they noted, "the re-
striction of immigration has trans
formed American Jewry into a
community overwhelmingly native
born, with great uniformity In Jew-
ish cultural, religious and folk
practices
Dr. Salo W Baron, president of ;
the Conference on Jewish Rela-
tions, noted that one of the Ameri-
can Jewish community's shortcom-
ings was its failure to support ade-
quately basic research on its own
structure and functions.
The social scientists unanimously
adopted a resolution calling for
new research projects on "the
problems of Jewish social relations
in America and in other countries
of Jewish settlement.M These pro
jects can be successful only if they
are financially supported by "Jew-
ish communal institutions and indi-
Continued on Pg 11 A
Pioneer Women launch nationwide campaign for the collec-
tion of Chanuka gifts for children in Israel's transient settle-
ments. These youngsters are typical of those new arrivals who
await a helping hand. _______________^_^_
Premier Mendes-France Expresses 'Definite' Ideas
In Washington on Deadlock Between Israel, Arabs
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
France, a Jew by descent and a
Zionist by creed, as the prime mov-
er." The newspaper said that Gen.
Moshe Dayan. Israel Army Chief
of Staff, recently visited France to
Hitler 'Dark Past'
Looms as Beatings
Repored to Bonn
BONN (JTA) West German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, in a
public address here, has indicated
censure of anti-Semitic develop-
ments at a meeting which was held
by the Germany Party in West Ber-
lin last week. The rightist party
is a member of the national co-
alition government and the Berlin
rally was addressed by Bonn Min-
ister of Transport Hans C. See-
bohm.
The Berlin municipal parlia-
ment, meanwhile, has condemned
the German Party rally, at which
several persons were beaten when
they were thought to be Jews be-
cause they would not rise and sing
the ultra nationalist song "Deutsch-
land Ueber Alles." The City Coun-
cil resolution, demanded that the
"strongest measures" be taken
against those responsible for the
incident. Mayor Walter Schreiber
said that it was reminiscent of the
"dark past" of Adolf Hitler.
The headquarters of the German
Party here has disclaimed all re-
sponsibility for the incident. It as-
serted that provocateurs had set
off the anti-Semitic demonstration
and that it was they who shouted
"Jewish swine" at those who re-
fused to join the singing.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Commu-
nity of Berlin has protested the
anti-Jewish violence. The German
Societies for Christian-Jewish Co-
operation warned the Berlin City
WASHINGTON The French
premier whose genius for peace
making amazed the world spent his ( muniljons It asserted that Is-: which overran the French garrison
Washington visit with definite prjme Minister Moshe Sharett
ideas on the Arab Israel dead- ^.^ ^ vjsjt France ..for
lock. Pierre Mendes-r ranee. "1<' cnordinalion of French-Israeli pol-
premier who succeeded where otn-, .^ ^^ (hc Arabs_-
Israel as a political entity but sel
dom betrayed Nazi like racial anti-
pathies Council that there was a dangerous
The editorial dealt sympathetic-1 ,tuspmitiKm and n..
ally with the Communist forces which
crs failed, may help solve this in-
soluble" problem although his
main mission here does not pertain
to the Near East.
Is it unthinkable that the man
who unified Western Europe and
brought peace to Indo-China will
find a way to cope with the Arab
League? As Mendes-France turned
his attention toward a just solu-
tion of the dilemma his nation fat-
icy against the Arabs
A front page editorial in a sub-
sequent edition repeated accusa-
tions that Mendes-France was serv-
ing "reactionary imperialism" in
North Africa. The wording of this
attack describing the French
premier as "this little Zionist im-
perialist Jew" was considered a
display of unusually violent racial
overtones. Observers in Cairo re-
al Dienbienphu in Indochina. It
described such Communists as the
"fellow nationalists" of those Mor-
occans and Tunisians who would
soon be storming French strong-
holds in their countries.
One newspaper noted that the
United States has given Egypt a
grant of $40,000,000 in financial
aid and is anxious to send free mili
this incident was one manifesta-
tion. Student and foreign press as-
sociations in Berlin protested to
the German Party because students
were among those beaten and two
fpreign newsmen were threatened
for refusing to sing the German
anthem.
There was quick reaction among
American Jewish leadership to the
incidence of anti-Semitism at the
Berlin meeting of the German
Partv. Officials of some of the
ar#n
i'l Issue
[Hollyw.od
Mindlin
] Sp.rH
Tercentenary
Washington Scent
tion oi ine uni-nimu ------ .------------
es in North Africa, the Arab world porlpd ,hat most Egyptians previ
became alive with apprehension mHy exprpsse(| animosity toward
For weeks Arab propagandists have -------------------------------------
Cff SttSSZfStt iews Throughout World feel Little Jubilation
pirations in North Africa. Mcndrs
France has found himself allied
with Israel M the Jewish State'
looms larger as Frances natural
ally in the Eastern Mediterranean |
France and -its premier have re-
placed Great Britain and Sir Win
ston Churchill as the primary tar
gets of the hate campaign wagefl
by the Egyptian press and radio
British agreement to withdraw
tary assistance. This, said the
newspaper, would strengthen Arab
determination to "restore our Arab \ ]ca(]jng Jewish organizations issued
brethren in their rightful homes i statements condemning the devel-
in Palestine." I opment while simultaneously warn-
An "Al Ahram" editorial said j ing agajnst the rise of neo-Nazi
Continued on Pag 11 A | elements in Germany.
German Restoration Pivotal for U.S.
NEW YORK (OJI) Several
yean ago the American Govern-
men! made the restoration of full
sovereignty to a rearmed Western
Germany within the framework of ,._.
he Western alliance, one of the ed States, had tempered their own
pciuw =*"....... i(s for(.i,.n policy jubilation with some reservations
from the sue, Canal fc-* keystone.oiJU WPjjJ^^J, and misgivings.
moved the principa JJWM g JJ" ^ hut a matt<.r time Tha, is not to say that the argu-
,..N,ty toward London. Man*1 f Amerjcan (|ipl((. f<)r |hp rcstora,ion ot Ger-
l"" KK,'^aniJSZSSSan > would be achieved The P:..h. man SOVProjgn,y is without a
cause of """"JJ^J^wJS. how-ever. was strewn with many .-- s,rong logic
are likely to feel little jubilation gression. The West German con-
over what has occurred. And it tribution to the military' strength
might have been better, too. if of the Western world can be con-
some of the statesmen involved, ; siderable and even decisive. Hence
particularly those from the Unit; the importance of bringing the
lionalists in
West German Republic into the
Western alliance. But whatever the
logic, Jews everywhere have and
will continue to have an instinctive
fear of a rearmed Germany. And
that instinct is rooted in some very-
real and ineradicable memories at
people and placesof parents and
of its own. e
i i-roue ritatins and troublesome obstacles; .Iiength of that logic ultimately .
France, and have accuse.I France mating ana ^ ^ ^^ cj|.. ^^ ^ ^^ to ^^ (hc cml(|rcn and fru,nds, of Be,sen and
of forming a common I ^ ^^ o( (he grce. ^^ ^^ ((m,. vi(,ws Auschwilz anrl Buchenwald. Those
" al)ou. coexistence with commu- memories cannot coexist with jubil-
nism. there is general agreement j ation over the prospect of the
that democratic strength is an im- emergence of another German
portant deterrent to communist ag-' Wehrmachtby whatever name.
,| against the Aran .*-. ^ a0 undoubl.
A bitter attack was open, d b> ;,.,.,.,, deepfell Nil
the semi official ">* |11)n over the final attainment of
Gomhouria, which allege^ J > ^^
new plot auinst the Arabs is be -. throughout the world
ing woven w Paris with Mendcs- I But Jews


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FRIDAY
New Leader Seen in BondDrive
Jacob Sher, Greater Miami
eh.urni.in ol thi- State nl Israel
Bond Organization, announced
this week th.it William Bernstein,
it Miami Beach, hat volunteered
rtidpate tctivdj ia the sale
v; Israel Bonds h< -.
Bornsteia %* ill devote hi i
to enrolling as man) Guard-
ble in thi>
coaunuaitj He \iii bead up a
specie and building
fund boa
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peace prosper mibmb
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te Letter Writer
inally Tracked Down
* n M Ik* id fan
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I. uaVEN The source of an
Tmitic letter scurrilMly at-
Governor-Elect Abraham
kieoff during the recent elec-
fcmpaign, was I racked down
C week by the Ant.-Defam-
Ceague ol B'nal Bnth.
f McCoy, f>8 year-old real
gn'd insurance broker of
Mi|ford, admitted to po-
|h|| he "i"'1' ,ne abusive
{because he "didn't like Jews
era I.
pleaded not guilty in Supe-
lourl here following his ar-
a five count bench warrant
Uation ol a Connecticut stat-
hi'ch uys thai a man cannot
L up to ridicule in advertis-
jecaiiM' "i religion, race or
my asked lor a jury trial.
It" (our page, single-spaced
bnication. mimeographed and
butcd in this area during the
[before Election Day. castl-
Mr Ribicoff on religious
and rebuked "the apo.s-
fof the Democratic Party for
nominated a Jewish candi-
letter addressed to "Dear
and signed "Friend Bob."
Criticized Mayor Richard C.
; New Haven for having nom-
Mi Ribicoff and for "gross-
Lulling every white Christian
[r in New Haven" by his ap-
nenl of a Negro as city cor-
lion counsel.
tulation of the letterabout
fcopu- are supposed to have
[mailed -made it advertising
\r rather than a private com-
Itaiion. said State Attorney
ham S I'llman.
office began its invest iga-
iftcr being presented with a
record by Hyman H. Haves,
ecticut regional director of
pti-Defamation League
ken copies of the letter first
red in public, Mr. Haves in-
Bati (I a series of leads, most
of which were erroneous.
But his search finally brought
him to a public stenographer who
acknowledged that she had mimeo
graphed the letter Mr Haves turn
ed in this and other information to
the state attorney.
McCoy was charged with five
counts under the statute, specifi-
cally for having ridiculed Mr. Ri-
bicoff, Mayor Lee and George
Crawford, the Negro corporation
counsel, as well as the Jewish com-
munity in general. The fifth counl
charges him with breach of the
peace.
Maximum penalty would be a
$100 fine and 30-day jail sentence
on each count.
Beth Sholom Builders
Have Touring Party'
On Monday morning "Beth Shol-
om Builders" assembled for break-
fast at a "pouring party" to mark
the gunniting and pouring of the
concrete ellipsoid shell of the new
sanctuary now under construction.
Present were Benjamin W. Zim-
merman. Morris Wekstein. Irving
B. Kaplan, Eliot R. VVeston. Philip
Schlissel, George Cohen, Ralph
Lachman. Sydney J. Greenbcrg,
Sam Stein. Morris Alpert, Mrs.
Philip Schlissel. Sol S. Pine. How
ard Miller. Simon Wolff. John Ser-
bin, William S. Altschull, Abraham
Zinnamon, Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish, Milton S. Malakoff. Wil-
lful Goldin, Zachary F. Bailey,
Ralph Spero. Abe Solosko, Leon J.
Ell and Dr. Jacob Davis.
Morris Burk. builder, and Her
bert Mathes, associate architect,
explained that the concrete ellip-
soid shell breaks new ground in
the way of structural design for
synagogues.
The concrete lends itself to more
creative, plastic forms which are
structurally sound and functional
and at the same time aesthetically
most appealing, he said.
Architect of the new Beth Shol-
om is Percival Goodman, ow New
York.
Now beginning its tenth year,
the Zionist Luncheon Club
will hold its first meeting of
this season on Wednesday
noon. Dec. 8. at the Raleigh
Hotel. 1777 Collins ave. Phil
Salmon, attorney and civic
leader, will serve as master
of ceremonies.
Sonntag Acquires Flamingo
Restaurant on Miami Beach
A. H. Sonntag. of Sonntag Kosher
Caterer-, this week announced that
he has acquired the Flamingo res-
taurant at 743 Washington ave.
Sonntag revealed that he will be
associated With Mrs. Bertha Kauf-
man, well known in kosher catering
circles.
Sonntag has catered at a largo
number of Miami Beach and Mi-
ami home parties and dinners dur-
ing his many years here. In addi-
tion, he has served as caterer to
various functions held by religious
institutions and synagogues.
The Flamingo restaurant will
open under his supervision on Ijcc.
22.
Discussion Session
There will be a discussion ses-
sion of the Stephen S. Wise Group
of Hadassah on Dec. 8 at the home
Of Mrs. Sam Fuchs, chairman. A
book review and story of Chanuka
feature the program of the wom-
en's organization.
iner Postponed
The Jewish Tercentenary
liner, originally scheduled
Saturday, Dec. 4, has been
itponed until further notice,
has been announced by Rab-
| Joseph R. Narot, chairman.
decision to postponed the
liner was reached by the
\*\ committee in view of a
nflict in dates of major corn-
Unity events, it was ex-
lined.
Gorchov to be Chairman
Of Recruiting Committee
Appointment of Maj. Sidney B.
Gorchov as chairman of the reserve
recruiting committee for the South
Florida Military District was an-
nounced Sunday.
The committee will advise the
District senior adviser and his staff
on means of bringing units up to
authorized strength. Infantry, artil-
lery, quartermaster, military po-
lice, medical and other branches
of service will be assisted.
Gorchov. a Miami advertising
man. has served in the reserve
since 1933. when he was commis-
sioned at the University of Ala-
bama.
Workshop in Dancing
A workshop in dancing and sing-
ing activities for the children 10
to 12 years of age will be held from
5 to 6 p.m. on Sunday at North
Dade Jewish Center. Next adult
education class will be held on Dec.
12 at 8:30 p.m.
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MfcMMwUM
rJenisP FIcriJian
Published every Friday sine* 1tt7 ky the Jewish
Flcrioun at ISC N. E Sixth Street Miami 1a. Fierlea
Entered as second.class ma'ter July 4. INC. at the Poet
Oft>c# ol Miami Fla.. under the Act of March J. UT.
The Jewish Floridian has absoroea the Jewish Unity
nd the Jewish Weekly. Member af the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World-
wide News Service. National EditSHai Asaooat'On. Amer.
lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida
Press Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLTN .................................. News Editor
They're at it Again
Almost from the end of World War II it has
been apparent to observers that the restoration
ot Germany as a military power was regarded
as a necessity lor the West. The advent B
cold war with the Iron Curtain world appar-
ently heightened that r.eces.-
Even in an atmosphere o: possible CO-ej
ence with the Soviet Union ar.d its comrr.
dominated satellite oat s need oi o -
Germany to bolster Europe s force-
id of Russian ideology boa seemed of par-
-ve.T.mer.t
No ma view %ve take of this policy
I is cleai
Sormany must subee-
'.: mean a revitalised type r- N-
Ever, il we entcaiain I srly oak
as oi Ge:-
>pean del
(uses
The T:~ renunent has beer, wrestling
ies- Bismarck.
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ies in lest 70 years -
utopean defense
and no i

then sus-
O is a member c: the

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a minsliail end ze
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Gem rs earbei
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ishina _s mat we can see BO BOa
among the Germans anywhere.
The l.ur.lci, is ShilMil
last weak
of anotkei c Ld --.
ike world peace Mgana
ly made a move toward ckxrif]
MOB :-?'.-ze-: lor .
bat ioadoas kave refa
roochide peace arrai
State.
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gee
lenders regard :- m a
rebuke to the I
BBatsai to brad -?..eve tl
war:.-
i aid
iauaad
ret) ied with vicious Mocks EaQ^noai Israel
echoing Ge: b deposed dictator of
Egypt who had called the Jewish State a
.aljgnar.t growth.
But :t is QSrtO -r.e that the true
details regarding Arab refugees has been
brought to light The some 800.000 homeless
aoule who fled Israel when the Arab League
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SUBSCRIPT
One Vear *' PO
ON RATES:
Two Years
During
H | |
y LEO MINDUN
*
I ATTENDED hearings of the Hous
Friday. December 2, 1954
Volume 28 Number 48 ettk them In sny case.
Kislev 9. 5715
mittee in Miami early this week. Notes I h a*. ric,l> An
lafS are voluminous, and even if it acre ft "f*^ OitU
the two or three most significant occurren,'",!? ,or,*U
the sessions. I should find this column m.,,^""*^
attocked the ..-.far.: Jewish republic in 1948. the
UN has finally learned, were not refugees at
anocenl victims of Arab propagandists
who c.slodged therr. with false threats of Jew-
m and who have failed, since then,
to do anything about the miserable condition
. they have been living.
The extent to which members of the United
as oxe now cognizant of this situation may
be measured by a remark of Piene Ordonneau.
French delegate who told the Arab league that
' I not proceed to integrate its own refu-
gees :z:e a situation in which interna-
--" ~ ese refugees will cease.
simply means that the Arabs will no
: re able to use the refugees as a propa-
whip against Israel, doing nothing
the rest of the world lit-:
:: -.err. through the United Na-
rks Age:.
Finding* I Encouraging
A Terrer.ter.ory New York City
aaak revealed the interesting results o: a
: should go a long way toward dis-
ag scrr.e of A SlibBlhllissil by many
OCkl e on more than one
QCCai .e jp with pess.rr.istic conclusions
:---:e ot the American Jewish com-
mun
' 'ews ..-. the United
s overwr.elrr...-.^--. wish to retain their
rewii -. They also conclusively indi-
cate that Ibkl ces.re .s strong enough to con-
XSBf cbs'acle to assimilation.
US thai (base t.r.d.r.as go hand-m
tre.-er. -ecse ..-. the num-
centers through-
r.cr. -s we., as with the number of
us instruction of
: we n
ase in p
mid -he ...ore
>etsofpeeani
-rial scientists re-
ported at Ike Conterenre on / m Jw;sh
Soc': wme time cause us
I e excessively juhtla
M" ^ be ace ed m the
ler of Jewish
.- ..

re adequate expression symbol a
-r.ter-
i ce activa >*.,, parucipatior. 1
.s a passive land of tJiing at best Unul
enter, of kwish learrung and Q
--aeor^ig with eager participanu. we can
hardly teal that tr.e American Jewish conn"
.s truiv vnaL
The Tercentenary findmg, me un6oilbte uraging, but it is a sad fad we have n
m not Properlv"';;^^1' S'l
either local personalities who testified or oik ^ *'<
to Miami as -friendly Congressional witn. ...," **
daily press especially to our afternoon m.tron!.. '
whose facility for sensationalizing and whose mTN
well ad tusted in that regard. """"Il vt,
I sat at a table immediately behind (be u ,,.., -
. the committee s platform. In the middl. n d. *
hi- riKht were Reps. Scherer and Clardv all r, k, M ,
members M.uilder and Doyle were seated left <,l "
came with a statement read by Mr Velde m whlrtV*!
purpose of the Miami hearing and lh. "f a|
gatmn *a- not being held -on the mere whim or
awsaaan. This aas followed by a setttn mto Z T '
mittee's nuthoritv Public Law oi P<1..,.,i bv j?w|
calling ior study of the extent, character and oniJ?/
activity, the diffusion attain the is ol wbversaeTlw'
t. the government for needed tegul \!
with communism here nfti
It aas almost v h Mr Vekte Imi lnia]l
curt and well he might, what with ^
apparent STOSd effect of Saaete con- ^1
UK geaaral lame duck character of tl -M fJ
Velde soon will be deposed as chairman and th< ,
dominated leadership as a result of tho N .vember electL^ai
ferent sort of inquiry atmosphere so. Ae J"
e e ,
MY ESSENTIAL interest lay ,r. rnembtrs^i
mittee and the fortunes of attain tj pea. I ; t0 w,
cratic committee members were frequent!\ more toleraUaal
oi the rithts of those who testified a: Republit7!
Ies, patience and less sympathy in this regard It mutbt
that there were noteworthy exception- but R*| ibtimlla
in point On a number of aBesakn rtvalryttaai
n*..... aho sought Kifth Amendment in '-ce iaai
an attorney had no power to again his Cnaai
a question because it would, as the wit crt*!
in a chain of evidence against n
Questioning the integrity and an; rMy k,
d that he refrain from "pati tat sal
witneai Mr C lardy also came forth u- d| ^r
another witness, in discussing hi< expem I
uusetioaa and ideology, referred intfrestni
"an effort in participate in the intellect.. [a s,^(
univerMty campu-
laars once aas a time, the witne-s is >n nwl
man Thomas and Earl Browder freely tpp*-..:: jt th# li.^
Norta Carolina to address student* on selitii sadiatL
attended these lectures This, he in-, ::. per^l
munist identification But Rep Clard\ u '"i.n
roundly abused the witness It remain- I
rarely t xpressive Democratic Rep Moulder I '-ipre" toi
ung of the issue of intellectual freedom
for the position of the witn.
e e s
ON ANOTHER occasion when the eomn rttee asked an
munis' who was testifying for the B* r.ime _
dents who had been members of a comr -latal
changeable and talkative Democratic Rep D ho asai
tacse psraan. perhaps since totally di' ibwssj
and actiMty, might be irreparablv harme.i art f*
such easss of assttkaM taken by con- ben dafj
traced to general part> lir
Th< | are sina, as I remarked (- :
aas BJ D>yle and Moulder es
raaM>-cnaseJoas to the point of embar abi! utdat
phone a- a lecturer' pulpit for the purp- -m\
when the> were not necessary
Thi-t>pe of party philosoph> -p!i' ^ rapsn
face Mr \ i Ides quiet but firm h*n its intent I rnurt asy here that Mr Wide : 9"J
judgment one that easily gives credenc. | expraaij
.ity in Congressional hean: "4th*JsS|l
noon .ne witness insisted on the ekan life" he hi
inquired whether he would no longer be N -red by -
inquiry if he gave information. "This comrr.. codsfcl
Velde said
On Tuesday, when a witness asked that h- sot be ttleneil
remarked that the committee had the power to exclude hv t*"
alone hut that he had no jurisdiction over new-reel (**
Then he added "If the witness promts,
that he will not seek Filth Amendment imn.jr..-; I -w
desist '
SUCH OBVIOUSLY contrasting aasH
ly eoatased -tatus of right* accorded comr
b> implication, those accorded to witne- ser. it
increasing extent to which individual t".>njr> 1^
have been taking matters Bat **_Sl|
- aspect of tho Miami investigation '-"?"*!
virtuaUj put his committee on record as being is P**
as in a sene> of equally f: -
One caaaot, without a mixtu- -talzia aaS
a spectacle in which men are asked to in: rs r!*_Ly'
capable of hindsight at fea-t SS tsi :
wh.n we approached with contempt the informer- iauie
The shock of recogr. '
"ur own day heaps public prai-e |"L
turned government witnesses a most literate "'Jm
denta ha appearance here of Edwin Waller and W \
indicated ^^al
Thi- dilemma, created by our genuine hatred **
- bj our desire for ail the information that caa bay
a our midst, and oaar simultaneous equally iisaar
the informer is hardly vitiated when we are at the if l ^n
ed with attacks against intellectual' freedom There "V^ s]
the argument of intellectual freedom in communist ami- ^
carried to the pornt of absurdity But I charge that ""
irresponsibly identified honest intellectual coeaio*rsn
Cswriestiid ea r*esa 9A


DECEMBERJJ954_
+Jewlstrk*irto*n
PAGE 5 A
are
Expected
ilin Ceremony
80f l""0 persons.are ex-
-rttend dedication cere-
E,i. vblin Memorial unit
I,sh Home fr the Aged
L pec l" 2:30 p.m., at
Gardens, wording Hirscn Meyer and David
gWchairmen of f'"'
|aV committee which is
lne program for the
dication day committee
linted bj Abe Kurman.
the Home, last WCM'k.
\iM. Aronovltz, of Miami.
an,!il i! Shapiro, of Mi-
i, mil University of Mi
|' l,;- Walter 0. Walker.
h -cnior citizens
', the Dade County Wei
Inning Council, will be
I id greetings.
[him Mi morial, about 300
\K 52nd st. be-
lt and 2nd aves. Its cost is
land i- 'I"' Hrsl Institution-
|ur<> in Florida to be ape-
fstructcd and equipped for
|and incapacitated aged. It
p I double bedrooms
, 12 persons.
|Ui ii \i Arvey, d llirsch
I and Kurman were
in (he Ablin Memorial
lasl year which
thi construction of
I
lernbaum. Jack Carner and
in leaders "f the
nittee, which super-
|h.. construction. General
I, v.. i: i'ii I- Turchin,
.man's Hotel
ins Dec. 7
nti | Miami Beach's
f, resort, will o p e n
11 < t. completely re-
kl and n furbished,
fcrlj Ihc famous Lord Tarlc-
lldman's now is owned by
| -ph Waldman
V be operated under
. Plan, with strict die-
Proud of the new Ablin Memorial i nit of the Jewish Home for
the Aqed are (left to right) Dave Phillips. Abe Kurman and
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who sparked the Ablin Fund cam-
paign last year and played a leading role on the building com-
mittee.
Beth David PTA Plans
'Do it Yourself Program
The program will feature a "do
il yourself" Chanuka workshop
Songs will be taught by Ron! lly-
, j ,. man Appropriate decorations will
On Monday evening. Dec. 4. at ,,,_,.
. ... be demonstrated bv Mrs David
8:30 p.m.. a regular monthlv meet-
ing of Beth David PTA will be held I Pames. Games WltD audience par-
in the auditorium, with Mrs. B. 1 ticipation will be directed by Jack
Schreidell presiding.
Brown.
Sisterhood to Mark
Beth David Day
Beth T)avid Sisterhood will ob-
serve annual Beth David Day on
Wednesday, Dec. 8, with a series of
luncheons, teas, card parties and
evening affairs at the homes of the
following members:
The Mesdames Milton Friedman,
Jerome Weinklc. Harry August,
Max Handshu. George Keller. Hy-
man Mack, Harry Finhorn, Rich-
ard Harold, Sydney Kaplan. Her-
man Snkolow. Michael Covin and
Sam Badanes.
Mrs [sidor Cohen and Mrs. Max
Bergman are co-chairmen.
Pioneer Women Leaders
Slated for Radio Talk
Mrs. Yi Stokesberry will be host-
ess on her "Queen of Clubs" pro-
mam to Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women's Organizations,
and Mrs. Irving Pearlberg, cultural
chairman lor Council, on radio sta-
tion WQAM. Wednesday afternoon.
Dec, 8th. 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Pushkin and Mrs. Pearlberg
will describe the new border set-
tlements that the Israeli working
i women's council are converting
from frontier outposts into estab-
I h-hed villages.
Zukernick to be
Committee Head
Appointment of Harry Zukernick
as chairman of the civic affairs
committee of the Civic League of
Miami Beach was announced this
week by its presi-
dent, Irving Cy-
pen.
Z u k ernick. a
Dractising attor-
ney, has been ac-
,ive in civic af-
fairs during his
JO years here. He
has served as
president ol the
Miami Beach Bar
. Association, t h e
XMeriHck ,.1V1C u.a},ue of
Miami Beach, Miami Beach Lodge
B'nai B'rith and the YM & WHA of
Miami Beach.
He is director ol the Welfare
Planning Council of Dade County
and a former chairman of District
Welfare Board No. 9, on which ha
is currently serving as a member.
Installation Saturday
Mizrachi Organization of Greater
Miami announces an installation of
officers on Saturday evening, Dec.
4, 8 p.m.. at Royal Hungarian re*
laurant.
AMAZING NEW COFFEE
THE CANTORS7 CHOICE
iM -
ii
ol the modern fire-
- 132 rooms have been
I' in d refurnished, ac-
| lu Ihc new owners, and a >
oi ui has been built |
\i room, which over-
blishment's garden
I .....m, named after
Al Jolson, will continue to
In Waldmans
Yiddish stage stars
In \ known cantors will
[ ioom during the sea
on, a traditional
night dinner will be giv
nd national religious
i and members of
Hated with Waldman will be
uel and Morris, and-
Haw led I.ancle.man and
Berkowitz,
Hi- addition of the Lord
In. the Waldmans are now
tlv biggest kosher hotel
jr> m the United States.
P"> operate the Victor hotel.
leach, and the Murida hotel,
peach. N y
ton Dwiqht Takes
|af Bilfmore Thtafre
lhan Dwight, well-known
fork producer, announced
ek he will be manager and I
*'! ol the Biltmore Play-1
In Miami, He replaces Miami I
'< Sam llusch
jht was producer and vice
|!nt ol the country's largest
theater, the Gateway Play-
Jnear Atlantic City, N.J., (
pie t minded four years ago.
student at the University
pornia, he won fame as an
Playing varsity football.
all and tennis.-Later he at-
l'1"1 Pasadena Playhouse and
H'ared m ever 50 movies,
phi will continue the policy
King top stars in top attrac-
F I he local playhouse. How
pollutions will now run for
ek instead of two, with em-
Ion recent Broadway hits
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PAGE 6 A
*Wf JTHDAY.rj
Miss Mart a Fischer Becomes Mrs, Rmanucl
Segal in Double King Ceremony on Beach
The Strathhavan hotel was the
>fm"ol the wedding dinner, re
.-ptiori and dance of Mi*" Marta
i r uid Emaaael Sega) on Sun-
day. Noi H al 4 p.m.
Three Rabbu officiated at the
double rins ceremony The> at*
Shmaryaha Swirsky. Simon
April, and Joseph Rackovskj
The bride, daughter of Mr and
I Fred Bernstein, of 1146 SW
Mn. $trt Sluart
< inrtcnlHTtf, Stuarl
To Reside on Beach
In a
Sov 21
le Lewu Garten
. -' I' : of Bert
M Rose S -
late
-mple
I -. S
St
I '" | [ aoaor
. \ .
Tht antique
..
a-t--.. i r. waist-
line The reembroidered A
|ued ai -nd the bodice
\... with rr..mature jiwth sariak-
1- d oa the lace Bee
eckline (el to
sleeves [auatliti and
The erowi
three t.er- I -. ach .
The bnd* .- gradaatt of the
N '' liege lor Women.
.in at-
"-". !
.-ee at the I'm-
:' >
I Beta Taa

The their
' N
M:
Goldstein Reveal
Carol's Marriag
Baaaal
the rr-arr.a/e el their
'. Faaa. to lrw-x
: V-
' -
P.
The wedding took pUce oc Tiae*-
Tempie Beth Israel.
York Pa Rabbi Marcus Kraaaer
< ificiated at the ceremony
The termer Miss Gsi*iieia is a
the laiverv
F -cheater
Vr Levmbook attended Wilkes
Cottage .t Wilkes Barre aad re
i\ed his BS degree at Tetapte
I rmersity. He i a certified pub-
li> accountant.
Alter return from their hooey-
n- jon. the couple will reside at
Coaatry Club Manor. York. P*
12th ct Miami, wore an Ant.
style sown of lace o\et net '
carried a white satin Bible covert.i
with a white orchid and st
- shower
Mr- W. Set n,in
Hired in a ballerina
dress of row color, aad carried a
There were Ukree bridesmaid*.
Sandy Hollander aa Gross
attired in yellow hallenna-
a a d Roberta
rer attired in a Rreen bailer
eti areas Bad I
earned a butter;tj b
-
was \\
Te grooa
g
-
\ -. [ tl
k chateau lace, and
- f the gr aa re a >il\er lace
bride wa- N hecko-
,- been a resident
: : pact eight
. Mum;
(Mr and
. | M ..
New Jersej and ii a graduate of
M High Sd He i<
nf Ike I r:\er-." |
he ;- majoring in
-
the Ba-
w:ll be
| -v. II
I
S
Roberta Ann Cheroer
To Wed Physician
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Cherner. of
Miami Beach and Washington.
DC have announced>W engage
ment of their daughter. Roberta
Ann. to Dr. Joseph I. Engler. son
f Mr and Mrs. Adolph Engler
Port Worth, Tex.
ha Cherner was graduated
from the Sidwell l"liaadl School m
Wa>hingtn and from Sarah Lawr
Bee raliaag. where she received
her Bachelor of Arts degree last
June
Dr Engler completed his under-
graduate work at Texas Christian
Iniversity and received his Medi
cal degree from the Iniversity of
Texas
He served with the Navy during
World War II and is currently with
the Public Health Service in Beth
tank Md
The couple will be married ..n
Jan 23 in Washington
Mrs. Imtmntl Sejml
*m taker* *, J
Warren Werner Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
B*r aUtsrah of Warren Jay War-
n of Mr and Mrs. Jules War-
ner. 4312 Pine Tree dr. Miami
Beaih. will take place Saturday
IVc 4. 11 am at Temple
Dr Joseph Narot will officiate
Warren is student at Temple
school and in the
of Nautilus Junior

I ion in honor of the Bar
Mttzvah will be held at the \\
Sondaj from 2 to 5 pm
Births
Herman, Steinberg
Betrothal Revealed
ill he th-
bag,
.. ti \.
\lbert

Ms. Bertnan's parents, Mr and
Mr- 1-.. : n B. naan MS ll.lola
- announce the engagement Mr
Steinbei I Mr and
Mr- Max Steinberg. 3165 SW 18th
-
The bride-elect graduated from
kfiai r High School, where
she wa> a member of Future
Teachers of America and the
chor now a sophomore at
the L'nin Miami where she
i> majoring in educat
Her fiar.ee graduated from
I'M where he was a* ir.c^-'
engineering major.
Recent hirlhs in the greater Mi
ami area include the following:
Arlette Felyce. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Arthur Berken. 633 SW
18th a\e
James. Dar> 1. son of Mr. and Mrs
Abram Baker. 415 SW 18th ter.
Donna Louise, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Joseph C.anz. 260 SW 10th
st
Boj born la Mr and Mrs Ben
jamin Libman
Bo) born to Mr and Mrs Stanlev
I. Coldblatt
Girl born to Mr and Mrs Karl
kfuakovili
(iirl bom to Mr and Mr- F.ii
Krender
(iirl bom to Mr and Mrs Harold
Wiaaaar.
Girl bora to Mr and Mr*. Jerome
Heller.
Girl born to Mr and Mrs Samuel
Hagood
(iirl born to Mr and Mr- Irwin
Sayder
(iirl bora to Mr and Mrs Samuel
Rolle.
Girl bora to Mr and Mrs Man-
uel Bergman
Boy bora to Mr. and airs. Martin
Grund
Girl born to Mr and Mrs. Murray
Gotthgb
Boj
J. Bu
Girl born
B Stem
Boy barn
Dorf:
Girl borr.
Hellm-r
Mr indsirv,
'" Dr ind K |
-d MrJ
Szold HadassaiT
To View Skit
Her
sah will h-
pecial i
8. lajL I
pre-- |
will ; ; ,tt
f"r ih< H-nniaJ
Day ci
Pregi the
highl:. .sakt
uta* i
ing ; I Mosei Visck
grarr. (.-.^ Si I] oil
ect will r- r-esentedk^
of a sk,.- -i lt(, tBt|
lides.
Mrs S-r : -.-,- |
chairman rf the Stfpfcal
i Group will r* m chirai
! preser.r*-. Members a I
Stephen w be Group will k\
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,y DECEMBER 3. 1954
lhaftitf. Lcvranl
iage Vows, in
[jlfljohl Kill's
[double ring candlelight cere-
ln Thursday, Nov. 25. 5 p.m.
Ebelbnrne Hotel. Miss Sheila
irbaftig, daughter of Mr.
, Max Warhaftig. 1481 Bay
CllM th bride of Murray
son ill Mr and Mrs. Jack
,1341) Flamingo way. Rabbi
iKn.in-h. ol Temple Beth
officiated, assisted by Can-
biirice \lamches.
[man was Norman Goldman.
L honor Sandra Warhaftig.
r[ the bride.
In- girl was Sharon Cohen, of
%,] L'shers included Nor-
fcoldman, Fred Diamond.
; Lloyd Wucher and
Brn'ik-
kgmatrons were Mrs. Nor-
loidmai Mrs. Marvin Sch-
, ami Mrs Kr'd Diamond.
Iladys Greenblatt, brides
David ('"hen. maternal
ither of the bride, of
in. N Y flew in for the wed-
brnlr selected a gown of im-
chanlillv lace, fashioned
Ifltted bodice, Queen Anne
long sleeves to wrist point
nil bouffant floor-length
the underskirt was of two
I(>f pleated nylon tulle. Her
French illusion veil was
in ,i crown of matching
|d .....I pearls. She carried
In a i irsage.
bride is a graduate of Mi-
^&Itton
PAGE 7A
Mrt, Murray Ltvrant
ami Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Florida The
groom is also a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and spent two
years in service.
At present, he is attending the
University of Miami and will re-
ceive his degree in January.
Formal dinner was held at the Shel
borne following the ceremony. The
couple flew to Havana for their
honeymoon and will make their
home in Miami Beach.

X
Jt'^i K
Mil! Dorothy Bilker
Brams Plan
februarv Rites
in will be the wedding
OsR Dorothy Ua Balber
ne M Brams.
ndecl.ct is the daughter
nd Mr- Joseph J. Balber,
' 25th ter.
(rent- will make a formal
(rmm of the engagement
Dec 15. on their 25th
I anniversary,
lalber i> a graduate of Mi-
Dr High School and is now
a- :i secretary.
lam- i- the son of Mr. and
}lph lirams. 1441 SW 14th
|s graduate of Monticello
I, Monticello, N. Y., and
in Miami for the past
|r-
|OA3lE domestic help
*b^e day workers
EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
''M Phone I MOi
l*E OENBERQ. Own.
Mil Sara-Lee Mttlin
Sara-Lee's Betrothal
Told by Merlins
Cocktail party guests Sunday-
night learned of the engagement
of Miss Sara-Lee Merlin and Ber-
nard Stanley Bordman.
The bride-elect's parents Mr. and
Mrs. Edward D. Merlin, entertain-
ed in their home at 1815 South
Miami ave.
Mr. Bordman's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Bordman. of Kansas
City. Mo., are here for the an-
nouncement party.
Miss Merlin is a graduate of Mi-
ami High School and of Stephens
College. Columbia. Mo., where she |
met her fiance on a blind date. He
formerly attended the University
of Missouri.
Both are now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami
401 |
nor
Cfiesed Shel fmess to Meet
Mrs. Israel Goldberg- president
of the Sisterhood Cbesed Shel
Emess, has announced that a meet-
ing of the organization will take
place on Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 1 p.m..
at Congregation Beth El.
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SPEAKING
Mr and Mr- Moe Berlin, of New
Vork. are winter guests at the
Shore Club hotel, rhev are being
entertained by Mr and Mrs Harry
' Son/, Mr md Mr-. |.ouls Ma.
kovsky and Mr and Mrs. Benja-
min Newman
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Balk are cele-
brating their 30th wedding anni-
versary.
Dick Sirkin spent the Thanksgiv-
ing day weekend with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. at their
North Bay rd home. Dick is a rtu-
dent at the University of North
Carolina, A member of Pi Lambda
I'hi fraternity, he is advertising
manager of the daily Tarheel.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Kronengold.
of George Kronengold Travel Serv-
ice, have just returned from an ex-
tended trip to New Orleans. Los
Angeles, San Francisco. Hawaii and
Las Vegas. Kronengold, a former
Officer and board member of the
American Society of Travel Agents,
Inc.. attended the 24th annual
world travel congress in San Fran-
cisco. Highlight of the trip was
their voyage on the SS Lurline
from Honolulu to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Brooks of
520 SW 62nd ct were honored at a
Thanksgiving Day dinner on the
occasion of their 43rd wedding an-
niversary The dinner was given
by their son, Gerald, and daughter.
Djuretta Brooks Weiss Among
guests were Clint and Phyllis New-
man, Harold Parks and Melodye
Hope Weiss. An open house fol-
lowing dinner was held. Out-nf-
town guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Golnick, of Scranton, Pa.,
and Mr. and Mrs. R Burns, of El-
gin. III.
it
Mr. and Mr- Isidore Goldberg
have returned from Europe and
are now at home at 1400 Stillwatei
dr., Miami Beach.
it
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Silverman
have moved into their new resi-
dence at 86 Bay Heights dr.
it it it
Spending several weeks with his
children at Los Gatos, Cal.. is Her-
man Binder, of Miami.
ur & a
Mrs. Al Gottesman, formerly of
Miami Beach and now of Las
Vegas, Nev., flew in this week to
visit her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller, who
have returned from Germany,
where Mr. Miller was stationed
with the armed forces. Mrs. Got-
tesman will remain here for about
a week and be guest of honor at a
number of parties being planned
lor her bv Miami friends.
ir it *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Kline,
9850 East Bay Harbor dr., an-
nounce the birth of their son. Kev-
in Frederic, on Tuesday. Nov. 16.
at St. Francis Hospital. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Zalka. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kline
are paternal grandparents.
it -':
Mrs. Louis Makovsky was feted
here at a dinner on the occasion of
her birthday in the home of her
daughter. Rose Mane Chalek, 711
81st st.. Biscayne Point. Guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Moe Berlin,
Mr. and Mr- Louis Trachtenberg.
Mrs. Frances Schocter. Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Fischel, Miss Eloise
Testerman and Mr and Mrs Harry
Sons.
Mill Maralyn Sward
Miss Swartz is Mr.
David Orlin's Fiancee
North Carolina debutante Mara-
lyn Sandra Swartz is the fiancee of
Miamian David Orlin.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Swartz, par-
ents of the bride elect, Fayetteville.
N.C., announce the engagement.
Mr. Orlin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Orlin of Miami.
Miss Swartz attended Highland
Manor School for Girls, W. Long
Branch. N.J., and the University of
Georgia. Athens, Ga. She made her
debut at the 1950 Debutante Ball in
North Carolina.
Mother of the bride-elect is a
cousin of Miami Beach Councilman
Burnett Roth.
Mr. Orlin is a graduate of the
University of Florida's school of
pharmacy. He is now serving with
the Air Force at Pope Field, N.C.
The wedding will take place Feb.
6 at Beth Israel Community Center.
Fayetteville.
Dunn Bar Mit/.vah
Ronald Dunn, son of Mr. and
Mrs Morton Dunn, of Stillwater
dr.. Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning. Dec. 4,
at the North Shore Jewish Center.
Ronald attends the religious
school of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter and is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate. '______
Mrs. Ecjhermcm Hosteso
Mrs Esther Egherman will be
hostess at a card party in the Trail
Lodge Hall. 2483 SW 8th st.. on
Dec. 7. 1 pm.
Musical Program
Due at Temple
Israel Meeting
A varied musical program wilt
be presented at the membership
tea of Temple Israel Sisterhood on
Monday. Dec. 6, 1 p.m., at the Sea
Isle hotel.
Guest soloists will present oper-
atic arias, and a chorus of Sister-
hood members will contribute a
musical skit, "The Sisterhood Mi-
kado."
Appearing through arrangement
with Arturo di Fillipi, director of
the Miami Opera Guild, will be
Joyce Albrecht, lyric soprano, and
L. B. Clements, baritone. Mrs. Syd-
ney Weintraub is program chair-
man, and Mrs. Harry V. Simons,
membership chairman, is in charge
of arrangements for the tea.
The playlet has been adapted for
use of the local Temple group by
Mrs. Maurice Serotta. On the skit
committee are Mrs. Harold Thur-
man, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Law-
rence Levinson and Mrs. Joseph
Bulbin.
Unusual Opportunity for Schul
Excellent Cantor and Teacher, seeking
to settle in Miami Beach, willing t.
accept very reasonable offer. Call
5-4401.
Private Hebrew Lessons
Bar Mitzva preparation a specialty.
For organizations and schools beauti-
fully done inscriptions in Hebrew and
in English, into Golden Books, Testi-
monials, etc. Inquire 328 Euclid Ave.,
Apt. 8.
Party Due
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its annual
"Night in New Orleans" party at
the home of Mrs. Gilbert Balkin.
611 85th st., on Dec. 11, 8 p.m.
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Hadassah
-I Group of Hadassah will
|a jegjert luncheon at the
\u, hotel on Monday, Dec. 6,
I) MI ...
'|llght of the afternoon will
|avl,.( based on tne Tercen-
Hgeeds of Freedom."
includes the Mesdames Sid-
& George (lilman. Sam Sch-
g0se Kauffman, Warner
Lrg, Paul Jacobs and Oscar
|(l iccompanist is Mrs. Elsie
,wn and director/ Mrs. Lou
I
icopus Hadassah
jhts 'Medical Projects'
Bcopus (Iroup of Hadassah
rt Dec 6, 1:30 p.m.. at Beth
feynagogue according to an
Dement by Mrs. Leo Frut-
Highting Hie meeting will be
I Medical Projects."
pripating are Mrs. Irving
chairman, Kyc Bank;
David Sernaker, chairman.
: .i/at ion; and Mrs.
Plomson, chairman, Medical
"Players Group," under the
boof Mrs Eugene Friedman,
wsenl .i -kit entitled, "Dou-
BlIIIV"
Review Slated
pma Group of Hadassah will
1 lar monthly meeting
kdaj Dec 6, 1 p.m. at Hihis
Lditorium. Mrs. Nat Wald-
besident, announces a book
ol "Blessed a the Land," by
Ears
ii Hadassah
ni Group of Hadassah will
k- n gular monthly meeting
pday. Dec. 6, 8:30 p.m., at
I Johnson's Restaurant, 1100
Be blvd
Delighting ceremony c o m-
ting the (hanuka festival
laturc a talk by Mrs. Ellis
:h's Kosher Market
on Beach
illiuhh kosher market at
hington ave Miami Beach,
|equipped, the market fea-
felections of choice and
|"' poultry and provi-
kh. a well known Miami
esidenl and businessman.
I that In- market offers free
fcr delivery,
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ideology with subversion. Reps Scherrr n-... rs ,
again and again asked witnesL TEuESl SXS """""
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infold Sli2?X5 a^urinn in mind^ th
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professional witness fared wellfta IS S^^fSST^ *M
Committee hearings this week Wjr *T^S^, ^^
purged, nonetheless showed the iMrfc^l h h f .Pk\ con,eMed "<*
he politely debated wh Re ,1 J^Tfu* 2*2
and fearfully emotional reasoning as' h7departed fnm'Vi """"ST"
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Civic League
Approves Franchise
Civic League of Miami Beach this
week approved the bus franchise
which will be submitted to the Mi-
ami Beach electorate on Dec. 14.
Irving Cypen, president, said
that the League "urges residents
to vote 'yes' on the proposal." He
said it would "best serve tin. inter-
eats 'if the City of Miami Beach and
its citizens."
In a resolution signed by Cypen
and Harry Zukernick, newly nam-
ed chairman of the civic affairs
committee of the League, the or-
ganization explained that the Iran
chlae will assure ''the best inter-
ests of ihe city and its people."
Registration books for voting on
the 20-year franchise are open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, ami from 9
to noon Saturdays in City Hall.
The franchise would provide the
city with an annual income esti-
mated at around $16,000 It would
replace a 30-year agreement which
expired last April and which cur-
rently gives the city no income.
Proceeds Earmarked for
B'nai B'rith Projects
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a card
partj on Dec 8.8 p.m.. at the Sans
Souci hotel.
Miss Edyth Fleischer is in charge
and will be assisted by Mrs. Saul
Tashman, Mrs Alfred Reich, Miss
Dolores Turner, Miss Thelma Gor<
don and Miss Marjorie Baker.
Proceeds will go to the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization. B'nai
B'rith Veterans program. Anti-
Defamation League and to the
Hillel Houses which B'nai B'rith
support throughout the country.
NEW TRUSTEE OF ISRAEL Mrs. Sarah Czech, Miami
Beach, hands check to Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the
Women's Division of the State of Israel Bond Organization,
and becomes a Trustee of Israel. A Trustee of Israel is a pur
chaser of a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Development Bonds.
Mrs. Czech recently won a magazine award for designing her
James ave. home. Also a talented poet, she is the author of
"Buy a Bond for Israel," written in connection with the current
Miami drive.
B'nai B'rith
tidents Meet
|> five pas) and present pres
1 ri presenting seven lodges
1 B'rith in the South Florida
accepted a challenge to
|hc number of new members
by any other group jn
pritli a ;, dinner meeting
the Delano hotel last week.
Binner was part of the cur-
Jembership campaign, and
l> B'rith nilicers were guests
f'l Turk, Miami Beach city
nan
[presidents can be a power-
11 helping to achieve th
for the current campaign,"'
id.
I'll leaders agreed
( immittee in cooper*
lj> the S,.th Florida Coun-
cil a mass initiation rally
" members signed up in
"'' membership campaign
ption 1- being planned to
PC|' "1 approximately five
f We termination of the
!ial" Silver. Harold Turk
' Schneidermaa were con
,,(| 0) Sidney Aronovitz.
[<"|lent. fr the excellent
<"d in bringing together
Pr" of B'nai B'rith."
P'nner was the first in a
I -similar meetings for past
l of B'nai B'rith Lodges
lHa,
Legal System and Biblical
Roots to be Aired Tuesday
Rabbi Aura ham Levitan will
speak on "Our Legal System and
its Biblical Routs'' on Tuesday eve-
ning. Dec. 7. in the Academy audi-
torium. 918 6th st Miami Beach
This is the fifth in a series of
eight lecturers centering around
the theme. "The Bible and Modern
Man." being offered on Tuesday
evenings at 8 p.m. by the school.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal, will introduce the speaker
Rabbi l.ewtan is a graduate of
New York University Law School
with LLB and LLM degrees He is
the author of many papers and bro-
chures on Talmudic Jurisprudence
and has lectured extensively on the
origins of the modern legal *>*
tern.
Rabbi Levitan was ordained by
leading European scholars of the
past generation, under whom he
studied for many years,
At present he is Rabbi of the
Monticello Park Congregation 111
North Miami Beach.
Eugene Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sid Howard. 7785
Tatum Waterway dr., Miami
Beach, will become BGr Mitz-
vah during Saturday morn-
ing services of Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute. Rabbi
Isaac Ever will officiate. Eu- ,
gene is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School and is in the graduat-
ing class of Agudath Israel.
Alan Sockloff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Sockloff, 411 Mal-
aga ave.. Coral Gables, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, Dec. 4. at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop will officiate.
Alan, a student at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center's reli-
gious school is in the eighth
grade of Ponce de Leon Jun-
ior High School. He is a
member of the Ponce de
Leon Concert Band.
.\ I'll Ml*,
Roy Komack, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Komack. 1455
Michigan ave.. Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Dec. 4,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish will officiate.
A student at Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School, Roy is in the
eighth grade of Nautilus Jun
ior High School. Roy's father
is chairman of Boy Scout ac-
tivities at Beth Sholom.
,ntinn seven B'nai B'rith lo dges in the South Florida Council gather for dinner at the
Past and P""en Pr^en VK^uaT clans for a mass initia tion rally to be held in six weeks, as guests of Harold Turk.
Delano hotel in Miami Beach to aPF Robinson Jack Fa Ik, George Levinson. Georqe Bertman, Bernard Levine. Leo
Shown standing (left to right) are Iheoaore n .gwman ^ Bernstein. Gershon Miller. Edward Roth. Jerome
Steinman. Walter Kovner, Harry uxerniL k Yes low, Ted Wayne, Alvin Kornblum and Ira Liberman. Seated
Weinkle. Ben Rosenthal. Sidney Haskoe *m '. Mi,, Friedman, Harold Turk, Judge Sam Silver. Bernard New-
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ZOA to Install
Jonas Sunday
At District Fete
Annual Installation banquet ol
the Miami Beach Israel Zionist DU
irict will be held Sunday night,
5, ai 7 p m in the Cotallion
room "i ilif i>i Lido hotel
A kosher dinner will be served,
according to Buriu-it Roth, chair-
man of the affair
Fred Jonas will be Installed as
president, along with the following
officers
Vice presidents Seymour B.
Liebman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Sam Prosterman, Leo Robinson and
lip Salmon; tn asurer Alei
Van Straaten; recording *ecretarj
i harl( Lee; financial secretary
Al Sherman; assistant financial
.-. rt larj Mrs Harr) Platofl
Roth will be installed chairman
ol the board along with 80 hoard
members
The n will be rendered
' j Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, <>f
Congregation Beth Tfilah Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader
North Shore Jewish Center, will Kadish Unveiling
FRIDAY. DEC
Oneg Sabbat to
Miami
8:30 p ni ,
Grow, vii
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Pictured above is the committee working on the installation dinner of the Miami Beach Israel
Zionist District Sunday night. Dec. 5. 7 p.m.. at the Di L.do hotel. Seated is chairman Burnett
Roth, and standing deft to right) are Fred Jonas, president of the District. Al Ossip. Charles
Lee. Saul Genet and Joseph Alter.__________________________________________________
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be installii r a n d Kahhi
Kr"i; i~h. of Temple :
Sholom, will render the b<
tion.
Assist : R an Seymour I>
Liebman, Joseph Alter Charles
\l>e Rubin, Ben Appel,
Charles Gertler, Sam Prosterman,
Elias Gurfein, Kalman Luria, Saul
enel Han Magid \i l >--;
Friedman, Irving Shatzman and Gil
Rappaj
TB Seal Sale
Ahead of Last Year
The dedication ol a monument t"
the memorj ol the late Lucie Ka
dish, formerl) of 2341 SW 5th st.,
will take placi on Sunday, Dec 5,
l pm at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating Mrs
h i survived i>> her husband,
Joseph; Iwo daughters, Miss Fa)
Kadish and Mrs Alice Simon, !><>th
nf Miami, three grandchildren,
Mrs Julianne Van Bcrke and
Robi rt Simon, "i Miami, and Mrs
Helen Barnett, ol Mt Vernon, N V .
and six great grandchildren. Ar-
rangementi .ire in charge "i Pal
mer'a Miami Monument Compan)
Friends and relatives are asked i"
attend
An all time hiwh in earl) rontrib-
Uations from the annual TB Seal
Fale was established last week m
the first three days ol mail return- Lebenseld Unveiling
according to Walter Cook, seal -ale
chairman
Cook and officers ol the associa-
tion met late Friday night with
thi Staff I anal; n the pi ogress ol
ale "Even with the interrup
i Thanksgh ing holiday, our
:ir-t three days mail tin- >
far ahead "I the enure first week
< i last j ear, he said
i contributioi nd .it
04 48 sent in b) II 836 Dade
' 'ountians .,-.....d ith S8.
I4tj i!8 .. d 4 4:si conti ibuti i
the -am, date last yi ir
I r T i- i Dadi i ount)
". commissioner and board
: the local group, issued
n ap| i turns
While our lir-t few days show a
good response still a long
vay fi 125.000 nee
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Talmud Class Opens
i Akiva Chill ha*
;< Talmud i to be held i
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the law as ; .,. ., praC'
Huhbi i hill said
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Wolf
Lebenseld, formerly ol 1536 Mich-
igan ave., will take place on Sun
da) Pee 5. 2 p no. at Ml Sinai
Memorial I'.irk Cemetery, with Rib-
in Morris skop officiating. Mr. Le-
benseld i- survived by his wife,
Sarah; .i son Ben; and two daugh-
ters, including Mrs. Ethel Ulus Ar
- are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company
Friend Iced to
Lear School Journalists
To Visit Local Papers
v' idents ol the journalism i lass
at the Lear School on Miami Beach
are readying plan- to visit the
major ni wspapera of the Gr iter
Miami area, it was announced this
week b) Mrs [da Lear, director-
principal ol tlie -choid.
The students, who arc also re-
Ible for the school news-
"The Palm Breea
thl) -i\ page mimeographed
bulletin, will have the opportunity
of talking with the staffs ,,f the
- and also will trrai
\i-it their pre-- rooms
Key Biscayne Jewish Center
Plans UM Theater Party
Ke> Biscayne Jewish "enter has
completed plan- for its first the-
atre party on Thursday evening,
Dec >i at the Ring Theatre, Univer-
sit) of Miami Ticket- are still
available through Mr-. Armand
Davis, 4:t2 Woodcrest rd.
Tickets for Concerts
Available in Miami
Remaining single tickets for the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra's concerts this season are
being released for popular sale J
after Monday. Nov 29
Leonard Stokowski, along with ]
other great artists, will be among
;ho-e appearing with the Inner
-it> of Miami Symphony.
In addition, tickets for the re-
cital by the Budapest String Quar-
tet are now also available at al"
UniversH) ticket offices
Sisterhood Meeting
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will hold
a monthly luncheon on Wednesday.
Dec 8. 12:30 p.m., in the social
room Ol the synagogue Mr- I'eter
Duchon is chairman. Proceeds are
for the Talmud Torah.
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nFCEMBER 3. 1954
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MRS LEANA JACOBOWIT2
.10 --.II-,.- .,,,, |
' irda) Service* mi
Vlonte Selig. chairman of the Women's Division. Israel
I, presents prizes to women who have sold the most
1 Bonds to date. Presentation was made at an Opera-
meeting in the Empress hotel. Standing (left to right)
Trs. Sehq, Mrs. lack Bernstein, Mrs. Lena Mintzes and
/iriam Press. Mrs. Abraham Kasow also a prize win-
not shown. The women sold $26,000 in Israel Develop-
Bonds.
Jes-France States 'Definite' Ideas
Washington on Israel, Arab Deadlock
.ii
Sll
II
K\
an
in
Re
i. i
CHARLES SEGAL
,"','"' '.' ''"' >"< '-" fro
'muriih, .in ,i Shi ml 11. nVl
li.>> Washington av. M,.,,.
, ," each: a broth
I fnui mi. i- K,
"'v' "'" M......l Chanel, Mil.....
I>, nli burial .n Ml.
I..1.1
LEGAL NOTICE
va.
MVIn1A't,^,=u: ROBERTS. Defendant
T.i- u ,CEwBY PUBLICATION
To. Mattie Mac Robi rt
>' -"! ni. I'nknuwn
.><>' AUK HEREBY1 NOTIFIED
'"' Bill ol c.......lalnt for Divorce
'';'- ......" ""i against you. and you
" required t s.-i ve a cop) ..t your
.I'-'v''' ":;.;.""" 'i->. \'i h!SKNJ '"" Heybold Bi......ng
;"""" ....... -.".I file ih- origin*
Anwe. in the office ,.. cje&oi
15?. "roul; I ourl on or before the
:'"' ," '" '........"' >''>. otherwise
," lll--;.....'" "' said Bill ..I Com-
1,1...... be take..... ...
i-.i t.-t v |(U.
.. ';' 'i this" "hi. daj of November.
E H LEATHERMAN,
' lei k, ('in uii com i
II A \l u STOCKING
,.,... ..... eput) Clerk
BEN KSSEN, I-..-.,
AM..III.', foi |-|.,llil ifl-
ll 26 :.' 3-10-17
SAMUEL POLLANE
,' ,"'. kit" M...... R.
''" =......laj i loi don Miami lie
ued from Page 1 A _
tewed ith complete un-
Ihe I ''' "eh Israel efforts
In ,i r immon cause against
Israel, the newspaper
ently broadcast appeals for
Ith the Arabs II w.i- contended that this
Israi I "is slowly sujffo-
|rnm boycott and blockade)
i- eertainly not a strong
r;iii help France in her
gainst the Arabs."
i the Arabs" broad
Cairo to the Arab world
ranee never contemplated
home rule to Tunisia."
egalion was supported by
rrtion: "Mendcs-France is
and hates any good to
the Arabs." The broad-
Iracterized the French at-
Nnrth Africa as "a wicked
spirit It is the spirit of
France. Jew and Zionist.
| joined the spite of French
sm toward Arabism which
lews Seek to
[in Identity
pinued from Pag* 1 A
lew- the resolution said.
r Inhn P. Dean of Cor-
lyersit) reported that Jews
Icipating in practically all
economic life. Dr. Dean's
Itin was based on Cornell
lt> study of majority-
mii raction in America.
Itnrlinss of the Cornell
fevering Jews in medium
mean communities, were:
ptive practices against
prevalent in "high soci-
len though Jews may be
lin the economic, political,
r1 slI"vice life of the com-
bination against Jews oc-
pre frequently in cities
f wish participation in corn-
life ii high. The larger the
1 the larger the proportion
"> the community, the
W re excluded from so-
u organlsaUoos and resi-
Vtas.
Jews participate in poli-
I hold relatively fewer pub
ps compared to other mi-
Fups Mich as the Irish and
C "f 'he Jewish commu
F'1 Pate in most aspecU of
l,v 'He and a substantial
r ,h('m belong to at least
mzatmn that is predom-
Ventile.
^techniques have been
b> the Jews to protect
68 against social rebuffs
pnttiim; the Jewish per-
ls out some kind of psy-
adjustment to living in I
'ommunity.
I is Struggling everywhere for
| the liberation of North Africa, and
the spite of international Zionism
| toward Arabism, which is struu-
gling everywhere tor the Arabism
tof sacred Palestine."
"This Zionist and imperialist
spite." said the Cairo radio, "dic-
tates the movements lies and plots
of the Jew Mendcs-France." Thus
the Arab strategists have attempt-
ed to link Zionism and imperialism.
Israel with Tunisian and Moroccan
'nationalist aspirations.
When Mendes France discussed
; the Arab problem with President
Eisenhower and Secretary of State
I Dulles it was virtually impos-
sible to separate the current diffi-
culties in North Africa from'those
directly affecting Israel. Mendcs-
France brought with him a new
slant, a viewpoint which may open
I the eyes of President Eisenhower
j to the realities of the Near Eastern
I situation. Some think it conceiv-
able that Mendcs-France will suc-
ceed in bringing about a halt in
the one-sided U.S. arms shipments
to the Arabs. This could be done
indirectly by causing the adminis-
tration to question the wisdom of
its decision.
GERTRUDE YUDIN
-I. ;.i 29W |)t| n-|
".''-''" from Rrooklyn, ......I
Hunda SI leaven hi r imn ntn Mr
"I M Mi Vn.iin. Miami
i.im.iI RiandiiarentH, \l and
l-"i- I -i-...ii Mian i pate nal .
miithi r, Mi.- ii., Vudln, lliwikl} n, and
' her. Cnlvl r, Bar-
bara, i.-.ih ..i \i ami. Sei \ n -
'l,|,i i ''<......n Miami chain I, unb
in Ml. N.l... i',in,i,
JACQUES S. BEER
Miami Home
I-1 ii" \Kt I itli i N< i of hear)
attack I thin ins brother, I ir.
Kanel Beer, .it 1439 N\V South River
ill Mi Rei i. din I ol the Home
for the U .1 n T o). S V at the
' h aIkii i- -ip >. .
h ilauahtei Mrs K'lkl RoKal, ol Sew
S -ik. and IneludlnR Mm
Sophie SlnKer, of Miami KervlreH and
burial were held in New V..rk with
0 cally.
MAX FRIEDEL
It, of 7S0 I oh p|., Miami Reai h,
'.....'" "' MelmarV Vpplian
M |.;i---,| ,i\\;i\ Nov. 22. Serv-
i. wen held In Rivernlde Miami
i chapel with burial In Ml HI-
ii.. Cemeti Ml l'i Ai II
In ln. wife, Knlher, .i m>n, Murrn.)', ..(
U r.-;nli. .lei t hree dn UKhtei -.
Ml Sophia I'olland, Ml Minnie
rioldateln, both "i New Vork city, and
Mi- I ri. .i.i Korken, ..i Dnrham, N.C.
MISS IDA MAE ELMAN
II Venetian tray, who .i- killed
Nov. -I In .in automobile accident. She
la survived bj her mother, Mm Bllsa-
belli Klnianii. in. -i-t.i-. including
Mra. Ann Lotterniau, of Coral fSablen,
an.I .i brothel l^ocal arranaementfl
were in otarpre ol Beach Memorial
Mineral H"in-.
Rabbi Sperer in Talk
Menorah Group of Iladassah's
regular meeting will be held at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center on
Monday, Dec. 6, 1:15 p.m.
Rabbi Malcolm Sperer, of the
Hi.il.Mh Miami Springs Jewish
Center, will review a book by Rab-
bi David de Sola Pool.
A Chanuka candlelighting cere-
mony will follow with songs by the
Menorah choral group directed by
Mrs. B. J. Wayne.
FERDINAND FISHER
67. f imi BW Ninth >i named .nvav
V'V. M. Interment was |n New York
with local arraneementa in cnarga ..i
Beach Memorial Knneral Home,
RACHEL ABOULAFIA
,:', of mi N. Miami ave paaaed away
\".,\ II, in a local hospital. Survived
li\ h.-t son, Isaac, three daufhtera,
Julia Beitesra, Rose Lev) and Bella
l^vy. Servi-'s were h'l Riverside, Interment was In Mi. tilnal
i', in, i.i >.
SAMUEL GREENBERG
7',. ,,( j:1...'. s Miami ave iiassed away
Monda) i:..nl..li Miami Chapel was
lii .ii.in.'.' with burial in Mi. Hlnal
i 'i in. o i j
BENJAMIN CIPPES
"f I ii. I. I!. Clnpes. Nov. 17 in
New York City. Burial waa In on-
ki -.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4^ViNT.H JUD|CIAL CIRCUIT IN
f^.D F0R DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
I RANK Wltl'illT. Plalntlfl
MII.IlltKI) IHI.I.AKIi W.M.I. \.|;
W RI'IHT, I ..!. n.lam
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Mii.i'i:i:i> iui.i..Mtii w.m.i.mi:
...i.ii. km unknown i
.' AIK HKRKHY NOTIPIBH
thai a Kill of
en filed iujainal you and i
lulred to file your uiswei In the
p the Clerk ..r the r
11 County, Florida, and i
cop) ..t i.mii annwei ..n the plalntlff'a
attorney, JOSKPH In isk.s \< i: \ \ry.
;-'.' at I Lincoln Road,
Klorlda, ..ii .., before the ^Jtii
I... ember. 1934. u you fall to
do so a Decree Pro Confeasu "ill be
'in. red against
ii. and ordered this 24th da) ..r
Novi nbi
II :..
. A I'.. 1934
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
' ircull 'i. ik
B) tt'M \y S'l'i"KINO,
Deputy i'l'-ik
I! a 10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi- undersigned, desiring to engi
i.i;-ui.-s under Hie fictitious name of
BIRD TV SERVICE, at 1170 S.W. 4ili
Htreet, Mann. Intends to reglstei said
name with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Com I of Dade 'ount). Florida,
VERNON BROOKS \\ II.1.1 A MS
KI.S.-I.KK ,v QARS
Attorneys for Applicant
: .- V\ Klatlir St.
ii :'; 12 ::-!"-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring tc engase Ih
business under the fictitious name "f
IIACK8TAQE I.i M .N'i'.i:. at 160 S K
isi street, Miami. Intend ". reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ni Dade County, Florida,
JAMES C, THOMAS
w i. mm roL'Nu
Ki:ssi,i:it s- qars
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W. Placler st.
ll/.'B 12/3-10-17
Auxiliary Meeting Due
Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld will
preside at a regular meeting of
the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptives' Relief So-
ciety on Wednesday evening. Dec.
8. 8:30 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrln* t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name "1
I.M SHI:.'MAT Ml-' MIAMI BEACH,
,i !:- D e*el Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intendu t" reglstei aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
ALBERT HHENWEATHER
Sole Iwner
IJ/S-10-17-24 _____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring '" encage in
business glider the fictitious name of
M A. N RITBR MARKET, Hi MS N.W.
I.ith w.nue, Intends i" reglajer said
name wit* the Clerk ol the Circuit ->f
I '.ni. i NATHAN MATERS, Sole Owner
I. it MATERS
Attorney n>i Nathan Maj'era
II 26 I! 1-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 304S6
In Re: ESTATE of
MAUDE s HI'HilKR, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required t.< present any
claims and demands which you, or
either estate ..f MAUDE 8. Hl'ROER, de-
ceased late ol Dade County, Fl.....la.
t<> the Honorable County Judgei ol
Dade County, and file the same in
their offices In the Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendai months from the date of the
rust publics I..... hereof. Said claims ''
| demands i" contain the legal address
of the claimant and to i- sworn to and
presented an aforesaid, ..t same will
ii- barred. See Section 7::;;.in of the
1943 Probate Ai i
l late Nw ember 17. A D. 1134.
s tiiki.m \ M. BURNS
As Executrix ..t the Lasl Will
.....I Testament of
MAUDE S. BUROER,
11., ased.
SEYMOUR B MERMAN
Attorne) f'.r Executrix
II !l I! :-l"-IT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICsa UNDER* F ICTI TSQi
Tr44l*lsl tAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to engag<
business under the flctitloux name :
ARTISTIC DISPLAY SEKVIC1
1120 N.W. 13rd sir.ei. Miami, Florid
Intends to reglstei said nami ... nh tl
< lerk i,r the Circuit Com t of I...
Uiiuiuy, Florida.
MIAMI CROWN
DISTRIBUTORS, INC
by: s\ II. It...st, li,.-i.l,
............ H. Baucom ii-
Ml ERS, HK1MAN C KAPLAN
Attorneys for .Mi...... Crown
Distributors. Inc.
ISO Se) bold Bldg .Miami, 1 i.,
U/12-19-M 13/i
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 31195-A
RE: ESTATE oi
EL.VA F Ml 'N'TKI.I,. a I, a
i:i.\ A MONTELU k s
i:i.I.a MONTELL, I..-..,i ed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Nl .'l'i. 'K is ii. i. i.i nlvi ii i' ,ii | ha
fjje.....* final report and petition t h
r nal I Hsi hai gi .,- am illai execul i I .
..r the estate ..r i.i.sa F MONTEI.I,
'l'i.ase.i. and thai on the HOth .lav
I^M-en.....i. 1964, I will appl) to I hi
Honorable W !". m..\NTi >.v. C
Judge of Dade I 'ount). Floi Ida, i
approval of said final report and for
final .ii-' ha rgi a nclllai exe.
"f the estate ..r i:i.\.\ f. ,\h i.xtki.i..
.1, es --.I
This m|i day of November 1134
i:tiia \i HARPNTER
An. illai i exi .hi i\
RICHARD KRIEOER FINK
Attorney for and tie
[12 Congn H i Idlng Miami, Fli
II 19-M 12 |-10
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30895-A
RE KSTATF. I IF
AI .I.I'll FRIKPMANN I .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) given thai I have
filed my final report and petition for
I'lnal Discharge as Executrix "i lb
state ..f ADOI-PH FRIEDMANN, d.
ceased: and thai on the 2* da) -.t
December, 1934, will appl) to the Hon-
orable w. F. BLANTI IN, I
Judge ..i Dade County, F
approval of siii.i final reporl and for
final discharge as Executrix ..f the
Estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMANN, i -
ceasi This ::ii day of Novemberi 1934
MA i:ii: K I RIKI 'MANN
MYERS, IIKIM \.\ & KAPLAN
Attorne) a f*i Bxecuti k
..... Se) bold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engajr<
- under the flctitloua name of
HARDEN OF AI.oi:. at Miami. Flo
Ida, Intends to register said name n i
the '! ii. ( the Circuit Court ..i i .
County, Florida
BENJAMIN RREEN
JOHNSON, LEV IN SON ft l'i:i:i:Y
Attomoya for Benjamin Green
l'/M 12/3-10-17_______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage n
business under the flctitloua n.....- ol
RIVOLI, at 268 Miracle Mile, Coral
Oahlen. I'ado i'"iinty. Florida, in**!*.!-
i<. register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court "f Dade Countv,
Florida.
HILDEQARDE E, WEBSTER
KI'RT WKI.I.ISi'll
Attorney i"r HHdegarde E Webste
1414-17 Congress Building, Miami. Flu,
11/3-10-17-24
REGULAR HOME SERVICE
Regular visits to your home are the
better and mors eeonomicsl way
DRYWOOD TERMITES
ERADICATED
mriOM TENT METHOD
Straight 6-Vesr OuirutM on
Drywbod or Subterranean Termites
TRULY N0LEN
MIAMI Ml Biscsyne Blvd.
82-6441
MIAMI BEACH 1742 Alton Road
5-3444
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undeTHlgned. desiring i" engage n
the fictitious name ..I
business und.
RRACO AUTO RENTALS,
West Ftagl" Htreet, Miami
Intends to I '' "'"',
Pierk of the Circuit I ourl
Countv. I-1"1 Ida,
fiRACO MOTORS,
i s S'.m :i adus,
Hoi Cohen, Tl
SEYMOUR >! LIEBMAN, ESQ,
attorney fi Rrai o Motors, Inc
11 21
,. I4SI
Florida,
u nh the
of Dade
INC
'l SI,I, 111
asurer
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOTICE I- HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned in
J.V.sin.-s under th. fl. Iltloua n,..... ol
sFYBoLl* HN VCK BAR B( I 10 .- I
lM ^.....I. Building. Miami, Intend
",.^ name with the Cterk
of th- rn. mi court "i Oa*a I ounty,
"....." HARRY W>BB
\NN lEH
PAUL I- BTE1NKR
AItorne> '"i Ai.pli. ants
743 Seybold llldg.
12/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cucac- n
business undei the fictitious nan.....[
RECENT PALACE APARTMENTS,
al 910S -:a 17 Cdlllns Avenue, Burfslde,
Fla., intends to register said nani<
with the Clerk "t the Circuit Courl ..f
Dade County, Florida.
('Alt' il. LEE Al'i's INC.
a Florida Corporation
B) Julius W 1 'ill man. V l I
BURNETT ROTH
Attorne) for Carol Lee Apts., Inc
120 Lincoln l:<>a 1.' 3-10-17-24
P -.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
Ih- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name i>i
COAST LAMP AND FURNITURE
MFG. "'it al 270 N E KM 1. St., Miami.
intends in register said name with th-
Cterk of the circuit Court "i Dade
County, Florida
LOUIS E1SENBERG, Owner
'MM iilll. I'KKI.MAN
Attorne) foi Applicant
I','.-- \|,|.tl We
Ii i 12 J-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174072
JUANITA WATSON, I'luniUlf
\ -
OIIIK W VTBON, -Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T.....BIE WATSON
A F. #18JS414
Aii man 2nd i'lass
v 11 \ .; Force
Medical Evai uation i-'iicht
, ,i I' M. A I' O. *". N V N V
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Hi" of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
! t.i file your answer In the
Offl -I de Clerk "f th.- Circuit
Court, Dade County, Florida,
, ,,ii\ ,,f your answer on the ruintiff's
attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ,
ESQ. ai I Lincoln Road Huildinc. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida on or before the
9th dav ef December, I9."it.
Dated November I*. li*."4.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Clerk
By WM W. STiX'KiNC,
Deputy Clerk
11/12-19-26 12/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinc U> engasi
business under the flctitloua name of
HURRICANE INN. al 1200 S.W. S7th
Avenue. West Miami, inleml tl leei--
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida.
JOE ALVAREZ and
ci.yiia ALVAREZ (Sole Owners)
HENRY M. c.MN
Attorney for Applicants
_'.".|v w Flagler St., Miami, I'la.
I" 'Mil-17 -L'I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174045
BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plaintiff,
VS.
HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARVEY ALDERMAN
SO I'M.ii Ii..ii Street
New York. New York
You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are
hereby notified that a mil ..f C
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
servi i cop) ..t your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill ..f C.....plaint m
the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYERS,
HE1MAN KAPLAN, ISO Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, ami file tli-
eticinal Answer or Pleading In the
office "f the Cterk ..f the Circuit Court
on or before the i-'.iii day of Deoembe
1954. If you fail i. .1" so, j ulut......
by default -^^ ill be taken agalnsi you
f.ir the relief demanded In the Hill <>f
Complaint.
This notice shall be publ
each we.k for four consecutive wee
In THE JEWISH PIAYRIDI \N
DONE \M' ORDERED al M
this 8th day "f November,
AH. 1154.
K. IV LEATHERMAN,
cierk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By M. C. GREEN,
(Circuit Curl Seal) DePUty Clerk
MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for IMnintiff
ii.'." Seybold Iluildinti, Miami, Fla.
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1954
SECTION B
munity Center Schedules
Itheimer in Talk at Meeting
Noted Leaders to Appear
UJA Urges Formation
Of 'Strong' Delegations
nsh Community Center
of the Tercentenary of
le in America" will be
for discussion by Alan
>r, secretary of the Na-
irlsh Welfare Board, as
ker of the fourth annual
the Greater Miami Jew-
inity Center on Sunday
ec. 5. 8 pm, at the Town
Hiding.
Stiller, chairman of (he
tine committee, and
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president, re-
vealed that Altheimer is former
president of the Jewish Center As-
sociation of Chicago, the largest
Jewish Community Center opera-
tion in the world, past president of
the Young Men's Jewish Council of
Chicago, former president of Sinai
Congregation. Chicago, former
treasurer of the United Councils of
Chicago and is a practicing attor-
ney in Chicago.
During World War, he served
ish Sisterhoods Will
esent Slate for Election
iincil of Jewish Sister-
fccted the theme "Our
f' for their conference on
^en they begin their sea-
vitu-s. Sessions will be-
a.m. at the Strath Haven
nil include a luncheon,
ed at 12 noon.
| officers will be present-
Jack Rosenberg, chair-
nnminatioh committee.
the Mesdames Simon
siilrnt: Eugene Schwartz,
ueitzer, Louis Shafkin,
|tz. Prances I'llian, vice
Mrs. Edward Becker,
Jing secretary; Mrs. Max
treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn
>rding secretary,
council will include the
Moses Meschelof f,
ist, and Mesdames Jonah Caplan,
Dena Sossin and Zona Schwadron.
Mrs. Irving Nelson will be at the
piano.
The Council of Jewish Sister-
hoods is the Greater Miami Chap
with the U.S. Coast Guard Re-
serves. He is a graduate of Colum-
bia University Law School and is
serving as president of the midwest
section of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, in addition to serving
as national secretary.
Program for the evening will in-
clude a report of the nominating
committee by Leon Kaplan, chair-
man, and election of officers and
board of directors for the coming
year. A special printed report of
the agency's activities will be dis-
tributed with brief remarks by
Mrs. Sirkin and executive director
Efraim H. Gale.
In addition to the business of
, the meeting, Stiller has arranged
I for a social hour to follow. The
| novel addition to the fourth annual
! meeting of GMJJCC will include
the Larry Blue Duet.
Serving as hosts and hostesses
will be members of the annual
meeting committee, include Milton
Balsam, A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. Jo-
NEW YORK With the annual
national conference of the United
Jewish Appeal just one week off
and with major decisions facing the
three-day sessions that get under
way at the Waldorf Astoria hotel
here next Friday, UJA general
chairman Edward M. M. Warburg
urged this week that every Jewish
community in the country send a
strong and representative delega-
tion to the meeting to help set the
stage for "what must be one of the
greatest campaigns in the Appeal's
17-year history."
Just back from a survey of Jew-
ish needs in Israel, which he visit-
ed with members of an extraordi-
nary UJA study mission, Warburg
emphasized that "the coming of an-
other UJA nationwide campaign
cannot be taken for granted. The
situation in Israel and overseas is
such that it requires the under-
standing of American Jewish lead-
ter of the Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-1 sePn Duntov, Mrs. Jess Freed, Mrs.
gations of America. It includes Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Alvin Horo
among its affiliated groups the Sis-
terhoods of Congregation Beth El,
Miami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation, Congregation Beth Jacob.
Knesset h Israel Congregation and
Congregation Beth Tfilah. All Sis-
terhoods of. traditional congrega-
tions are eligible for membership.
The Council acts as a coordinating
witz, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mrs. Bernard Weksler,
Hyman Kam, Sam Seitlin and mem-
bers of the teen age councils of the
Center.
A special guest registry is being
provided, as well as a variety of
exhibits of the Center's program
conducted during the past year.
Special musical renditions will be
offered by Mrs. Bernard Lash, ac-
companied by Mrs. Harry Dansky.
agency.
The sessions of the Conference
T? Swirsky, Jonah > I *** 0Den to the Public Mrs Max In charge" of'refreshments will be
Rackovsky, Akiva Chill j Happaport is in charge of reserva- j Mrs. Bernard Weksler and Mrs. Al-
Sw. I tions. i vin Horowitz,
to Music," a skit, will
ed at the morning ses-
4Jr J. Allhtimtr
embers of the Sisterhood
lllebrew School and Con-
|The cast will include the
Michael Blank, Bernard
|AI>e Barkin, Herbert Fel-
|d Meltzer, George Gold-
N'ewberger, Helen Hatz,
fci U I. Gabriel Perlman
Ird Welkind.
loses Mescheloff will in-
elected officers after
eon, with a candle light
Mrs. Meschelof f, pro-
rman. will act as master
nies. Mrs. Chill will offer
pg prayer, and Mrs. Ever
the benediction.
linal cantata, written for
Ion by Mrs. Mcseheloff,
sented. Entitled "Our
leritage." it will include
|Mrs. David Drucker, solo-
fn Postponed
rorah of Downtown Syna-
pginally scheduled to be
lay, Dec. 12, has been
until Sunday, Jan. 16.
Myers to Retain Seat on Board of
Federation and Welfare Fund Council
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, long active in Miami and na-
tional Jewish affairs, will continue
on the board of directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds during 1955, it was
announced by Julian Freeman, of
Indianapolis, Ind., CJFWF presi-
dent.
Myers served as president of the
CJFWF from 1946 through 1950,
and in addition to his duties as a
board member, is currently chair-
man of the Council's committee on
community organizations and the
budget and finance committee, as
well as a member of its executive
committee.
Locally and on a statewide
scene, he has also participated ex-
ami Jewish Federation and as
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal in 1943 and 1947.
Myers also is president of the
Council of Social Agencies and has
served as chairman of the Commu-
nity Chest campaign.
He has been called upon by the
State of Florida for guidance in
public welfare developments un-
der governmental auspices, which
have been marked by progressive
changes in recent years.
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds is the national
association of central Jewish com-
munity organizations, serving 800
communities in the United States
and Canada as their instrument in
dealing with national problems and
in providing central services in
StaS2? ss^x^
and com munity interpretation.
Member agencies of the Council
annually raise more than 90 per
cent of all funds used for Jewish
welfare purposes overseas and at
home.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is a member agency of
Council.
ership and the American Jewish
community's fullest responsive-
ness."
He stated that he and other UJA
leaders are in agreement on the
"urgent necessity for greater giv-
ing as a first priority" and on the
"absolutely required need for a
greater mobilization of leaders,
contributors and all others with
the power to give."
"In the light of acute tensions in
North Africa, where close to half
a million Jews live in an atmos-
phere of mounting uncertainty and
danger, from which a minimum of
30,000 men, women and children
must be brought to Israel in the
next 12 months, and of Israel's
clear need for assistance in absorb-
ing this new mass immigration
and meeting other pressing prob-
lems, American Jewish leadership
must both attend the UJA Confer-
ence in force, and mount a cam-
paign effort that will assure the
swift and successful saving of
lives and the continued and neces-
sary strengthening of Israel's free
people," he stated.
The three day conference, to be
opened Friday at noon, will hear
from a galaxy of distinguished per-
sonalities in international affairs.
The conference will hear from
Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister of
the State of Israel, who is coming
to this country expressly to partici-
pate in the vital goal-setting confer-
ence; Bruce McDaniel, who has
just completed a three-year tour of
duty as head of the United States
Foreign Operations Mission to Is-
rael; Abba S. Eban, Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United States; Avra-
ham Harmon, Israel's Consul Gen-
eral in New York; Moses W. Beck-
elman, Director General of the
JJoint Distribution Committee,
who is flying in from his Paris
headquarters to report on the
grave situation of Jews in North
Africa; and others.
With the UJA's 1955 campaign
goal in the balance, the conference
will have before it the budgets of
the constituent agencies of the
United Jewish Appealthe United
Israel Appeal, the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the New York
Association for New Americans. To
supplement these there will be a
special and much-awaited report
on the findings by the 35-member
UJA Study Mission that has just
come back from Europe.
Inquiry Forum Slated
Jewish Inquiry Forum, sponsor-
ed by the Beth El Academy, will
present the third in a series, "Liv-
ing Judaism." Tuesday evening,
Dec. 7, at Academy Hall, 500 SW
17th ave.
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will
lecture on "Messianic Speculations
in Israel."
Lectures begin at 8:30 and are
followed by a question and answer
period. Henry Weiss is chairman.
Bruct McDaniel
mi .-iiinuay, Jan. 10. iirsi hic11U11" "" *-------'______|__________.-------------------------------
Refugee Families M^vlb^ToM 'No' Immigration Authorities
vey Shows Miami Forgets Needs Of New Americans
*7 *v-r-^w~ ____- h*rp ahove nuota limits, of 205.000 refugees, escapees
Jewish Floridian Feature
IS little reason for anyone to doubt that the
liami community is shirking its responsibilities
ithe integration of refugees here is concerned.
Wf believe that the "refugee problem" is over
Kit Jewish displaced persons are largely being
lin Israel and "elsewhere" and that the con-
throughout the globe and the establish-
, h State spell a similar conclusion to their
|lities for people without a nation.
survey of Greater Miami proves otherwise
Imercial and industrial organizations here, head-
[ish community leaders who should know better,
T>"> refusing employment to prospective Miam-
> <>f these leaders operate local firms with staffs
[upward of 300 employees; others are expanding
^"t plants, and 4 few even intend building new
bitter fact is that only small number of these
men recognize the significance of the continually pressing
nnedU. offer hope of employment to Jewish refugees. A
need to oiici' v ignorance, for they have
SlZSLVSSt themselves with the American Jew-
consistentl) iatn"1"" d j(s Rcneral feeling that the
S7 McC^n^l^lUtjon Ac, proves dam-
Sag to the international refugee problem
\Lt of these leaders have been actively enthusiastic
\\ Yethev have continued to remain innured to the
m Jnrl o"displaced persons seeking entrance to
,Phrn'nited states -'and to^he Miami community. For
;jCem the question of refugee integration appears over.
. *
tub EMERGENCY Refugee Act of 1953 passed
l h rnnJreS with much difficulty and at the initia-
here, above quota limits, of 205.000 refugees, escapees
and expellees of European countries; 4,000 eligible or-
phans: and 5.000 refugees who entered the U. S. as non-
immigrants prior to July 1, 1953.
According to the Vocational Service Department of
the Jewish Social Service Bureau in Miami, this commu-
nity was initially asked to assure employment for 12 dis-
placed families here. The request came from the three
major immigration agencies now known as United Hias
Service HIAS, United Service for New Americans and
the immigration services of the American Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. .
Local member agencies of Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, a field survey reveals, assured employment to
ten of the 12 families. Herbert Sher, of Royal Palm Furni-
ture Company, subsequently guaranteed jobs to the two
remaining refugee families.
Under these assurances, a community accepting the
responsibility of refugee integration, must make certain
Continued on Paee 5B


PAGE 2 B
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FRIDAY.
New AJCommittee Pamphlet Views
Labor Role in Battle Against Communism
NEW YORK Long before m.t later." the AJC -turf> -!..< -
Americans realized the insidious in the long run it a> thi ~uc-
n. m of communism, the Jewish la cev-lul i( bitter, experiment that
bor movement in America defeat
ed the strongest communist offen
sive in the history of American la-
bor, it is revealed in Jewish Labor
in the I nited States." a brief his
tun "i-t published by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee
The publication is the 11th in
Thi- N Our Home x-ne-
on all lawll of .U'wi-h contnbu
lion to the growth of the United
Their dearly bought experience
in the middle rabled the
.i.ui-h trade unu>n> to be leaders
in deii T.munist at-
temp" "f Ameri-
labor ten and twenty years
Attorneys General
Meet Site
Change
1 enabled the iaOrtaa labor leaders
] to give guidance to the re>t of
American labor :n Rl fich" against
, Conftnunist influence in the late
Thirtu- and For
The Thi- 1- enes
ducvd h> AJC s committee
on education in Jewish attitudes.
of which Herb, rt B Fhrmann. of
.Boston chafcWM. and members
include 1 ar Hand
Harvard. 'r of
CincirnjM. ^n -..ir.url
I
an W d Phihp ''
, man. ali
The first union to repulse the
Communi-t MMadt the AJC nis-
. tea DjGWU. which
'fought and defeated the commu-
tes 121 and 1926 Oih-
uhich repu'sed th.
jmun: .Clothing Workers, the millinery
' union and others Outstanding in
the anti-communi.-t fight were Da-
vid Dubinsky. of the 1LC.WI. the
late Sidney Hillman. of the Amal
gamated: Max Zarit>ky. of the Mil
linerv Workers; the late Abraham
Cahan and the "Jewish Deft) For
ward." of which he was the editor
DKBOaij
NEW YORKControversy over
the -ite for the annual convention
of the National AaSBetaltea of At-
torney Gaatral eta resolved last
week when the group made its sec-
ond switchthis time to White
Sulphur Springs W Ya
The anociatioa. cancelled out of
Camelback Inn. a Phoenix Am ~"~ ,
la oeetJu before the ched- lOUth Aliyah f eatured
8 caeveetioa nfiaii a^ Tuesday Function
i \nti Defamation League
.-i Bnth revealed that the
ntained a discriminatory
t p.'lic> barring .!> The new
i- i nbrtor, a white
Iphur S: rt hotel
In Pbocaiz. Hmelback Inns
ifing director. Jack Stewart.
., quoted saving he had been
. Ktfcmc prev-ure from the
n League to chaDCC
ir boIicj "f ertiaa He
We respect the right of the at-
! >rne>- general to make this deci-
.ii it" cancel out ju-t a we had
ped the) wciuld respect our
-ht !< run our min business, and
jr own business policies ~~~~~~~~
Hear) Edward SchulU. ADL na- NaORli HadaSSah
HjI chairman, denied that the
. h-d pressured Camelback
n.
I R Goodman Group of Hadas
-jh will meet Tuesday evening.
Dec T. 8 15 p.m.. at the Riu Plaza
BOtaL according to Mr Alfred
Karg. president
Yoath Aliyah will be featured
project under the chairmanship of
Mr- Ben Snyder and Mrs Sam
Caplan
In honor of Jewish Book Month.
Mr and Mr- Ger-hon S. Miller will
dramatize portions of the book
Treasury of Jewish Folklore." by
Nathan Ausubel.
A < hanuka ceremonial will also
take place
Salks Named President
Of Ben-Gurion Branch
In : 5 -n named
the Ben-Gun.>n
a re-
S
Burn
Mr- Blanche
I
D
Bilil
public rman, and Rubin
; "
Th- will meet on Wed
- Dec 8. at frth ?
I ... > nwartzman
Duraaa "1 Jewi-h Educ.it mr.
will di Tht Accomplishments
of 300 Year- of Jewi-h Life in
America." ~
Naaati Group of Hadassah is
-lating its second annual smorgas-
' bord dinner-dance at the Miami
Pioneer Club. 250 NW North
K:vi-r dr. on Sunday evening. Dec.
B 7 30 pm Mrs IX>n W Stuart
and Mr- Maurice Simmon- are co-
chairmen of the affair
rtabbl loaaoh L Rackoraky
MS Michigan A*anoa
Miami Baach
Pfcooa SUM
Members of the Pi Lambda
Phi Alumni Association of
Greater Miami have elected
Edward S. Klein president.
Serving with Klein will be
Robert Traurig. vice presi-
dent; Julian Benjamin, execu-
tive secretary; Peter Morris,
secretary; and Gilbert
Schwartz, treasurer. Among
projects for the year will be
the construction of a Pi Lamb-
da Phi fraternity house on the
University of Miami campus.
Eugene Istomin to be
The "third pair of University of
Miami Symphony Orche-lra coq;
certs, with John Bitter, conductor,
on Dec 12 and 13. WiH have Eugene
Istomin. pianist, as soloist
Returning to the States in the
autumn of 1933 after the Prades
Festival and other European ap-
pearances. Istomin embarked on a
crofca country tour which included
his sixth appearance with the New
Y.>rk Philharmonic Symphony and
engagements with the orchestras j
of Philadelphia. San Francisco, (hi
cago. Detroit. Montreal, and Can-1
ton. O. j

County Tax Assessor
Announces Filing Dates
Renewal returns taken to the
I Office this week include
109.575 homestead exemptions and
15.862 widows, veterans and disa-
bility renewals, according to word
here
Filing dates for all county tax
returns are Dec. 1 through Apr 1
If renewal homestead exemption
forms do not arrive before Dec. 10.
County Tax Assessor John Gautier
urged residents here to contact his
office in person.
New applicants, Gautier reveal-
ed, must come to the office to file,
they must have proof of owner-
ship, must be legal residents and
must be living in the property on
Jan 1
Soloist
His New Yark V
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during the newsp,^^
a later summarv. ,h, m
Herald Tribun. r pretation of the ^
Pan., (oncerto TfcTj
Time- remarked on
enthus.asnv when h,
the San Francisco f^L_-
Concerts are sche^ta!
day and Monday SL
P;m at Miami Be^S
Coont) Auditoriums.
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iLlGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 3B
LRA jBwiSH CENTBR>ill
in, with Kabbi B. Leon Hur
Uciating and preaching on
for "Life of a Chassid.
Kt the Oneg Shabbat follow-
Lm be Mr. and Mrs. Philip
7 Rev. Rudolph Brill will
. the musical portions of the

tsETH ISRAEL CONGRECA-
[will hold Friday evening
L at 4:45 p.m. Late services
[830 p.m., when Rabbi Jonah
will discuss: "Jewish In-
" Saturday morning serv-
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Caplan
fficiatc and preach on the
Portion David, son of Mr.
tt,. Abraham Rosenfeld, will
Bar Mitzvah. Class in Bible
. p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45
[followed by Shalos Seudos.
concludes the Sabbath ob-
ce at 5:45 p.m.

jlPLE SINAI, of Hollywood.
bid late Friday evening serv-
l 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David
preaching on the topic:
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. Junior services are at 9
lUbbUbnU^ &$& wi.l *fi. Mini"*!! W^'^Pf:
natoondd.scuss: ^Whal Does tno lowed fc^ffta SStoJ^fbi
< hill will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion Daily services are at 7:30 a m
and 5:15 p.m.
Creator Want of Man7" Saturday
morning, the class in Talmud will
meet at 8 a.m. Services will be at 9
a.m. Sermon will be: "LabanSin-
ner or Saint." At 4 p.m., the Rabbi
will conduct a class in advanced
Biblical studies. Mincha is at 5:15
p.m. Mirav follows at 6 p.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m.. with special
prayers dedicated to the Tercenten-
ary of Jewish settlement in the U.S.
Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate
and preach on the topic: "The Cry
of Religion." Class in Talmud is at
8 a.m. Bible class will be at 5 p.m.,
followed by Mincha and Shalos Sen
dos under the sponsorship of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz.
,
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15 p.m. Saturday mommy sen
ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi J. Wald-
man will discuss the Weekly I'm
tion at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.,
merican Dream." Mr. and followed by Shalos Seudos, with
lax Lando will be honored on
Idlelighting Time
flSLEV 8 5:11 p.m.
4th wedding anniversary.
Joseph W. Malek and the
Choir, under the direction
, Mordechai Haalman, will
the liturgy. Saturday morn-
vices are at 9 a.m. Daily
}g services are at 9 a.m.
JLER- GRANADA JEWISH
JNITY CENTER will hold
evening services,at 5 p.m.,
Leo Heim officiating. Sat-
morning services are at 8:30
^hen Rev. Heim will discuss
eekly Portion. Junior serv-
- at 10:30 a.m., to be con-
by pupils of the Hebrew
Mincha will be at -9 p.m.,
fcil In Miiariv.
*
feRETH ISRAEL NORTH-
CENTER will hold Friday
services at 8:30 p.m. Offi-
ktallation of Junior Teen
|will take place, with Her-
Kutun greeting the youth
Nion .lack Berke will in-
Hicers Guest speaker will
r Gordon Marmorstein. who
cuss We Speak to You."
lAbrahara Herson is sched-
i preach on the topic: "Guid-
Children." Cantor Albert
Iwill render the musical por-
If the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat
plow Acting as hostesses are
Burns, Eva Metzger. Pearl
' and (elia Snyder. Saturday
services are at 9 a.m..
Rabbi Herson will discuss:
^ple Able to Dream."

IEW ACADEMY will hold
evening services at 5:15
Murday morning services are
[m. Kabbi Alexander Gross
cuss: "ManLink Between
and Earth." Mincha is at
followed by Shalos Seudos.
mices are at 7:30 a.m. and
lm. with Sunday services
P*d at 8 a.m.
*
rH DADE JEWISH CIN-
pll hold Friday evening serv-
|8-15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry
officiating and discussing:
P' Mordecai NoahA States-
It antor Maurice Neu will
|'he musical portions of the
with Lucille More direct-
choir. Saturday morning
ar? at 9 a.m., with Rabbi
Preaching on the topic:
the Giant." Junior services
1 initiated for the first time
P-son at li a.m. Daily Nortb
pvices are at 7:30 a.m. and
'CELLO PARK CONGRE-
' *'ll hold Friday evening
n 5 15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Friedman act
ing as hosts. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., with Sun-
day services at 8 a.m.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ice's are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmar-
yahu Swirsky will preach on the
topic: "From Jacob to Freud
Study in Dreams and Their Inter-
pretation." Class in Sanhedrin will
be held at 3:30 p.m. Mincha is at
4:30 p.m.. followed by the Rabbi's
discussion of the Zohar. Junior
services are in Academy Hall at
10 a.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris
Skop officiating and preaching on
the topic: "A Rabbi's Commentary
on J e w s in World News." Alan
Sockloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Sock 1.iff, 411 Malaga. Coral Gables,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15 and
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky officiating and preaching on
the topic: "Jacob Dreaming." Can-
tor Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m. Max, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Shapiro, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 5:15 and 8 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate and dis-
cuss: "Is Zionism Outmoded in
America?" Cantor Edward Klein
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy, with Eli Samuels di-
recting the Center Choir. Saturday
morning services are at 8:45 a.m.,
when Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morton Dunn, will become Bar
Mitzvah.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph
Narot officiating and discuss-
ing: "Should You Look Upon Rit-
ual As a Dramatic Symbol or as a
Divine Command?" Saturday morn-
ing services are at 11 a.m., when
Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jul
ius Warner, becomes Bar Mitzah.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Malcolm Sperer officiating
and discussing: "A Rabbi Views
His Congregation." Oneg Shabbat
will be sponsored by Ida Cortese
and Bessie Novick. Saturday
morning services are at 8 a.m. Jun
ior services will be at 10 a.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 15 pm. Saturday morning :serv-
ices are at 8:30 am, whenRabbi
Akiva Chill will discuss: Dreams
Reflect the Inner Personality
Cantor Aaron Weingarten will ren-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p m
Late services are at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Henry Wernick officiating
and preaching on the subject: "Un-
wavering Dreams." Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
with the Rabbi discussing the |
Weekly Portion. Daily services are
in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at |
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating. Subject of the sermon
is scheduled as: "Are We on the
Threshold of a Creative Jewish
Century?" Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45 a.m., when Roy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Komack.i
1455 Michigan ave.. will become
Bar MitZVah. Cantor Samuel Kele
mer will render the musical por
turns of the liturgy.

BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic: "Man |
Key to Right and Wrong." The
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 4:30
p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. Min-
cha is at 5 p.m., with Maariv sched-
uled for 5:45 p.m.
*
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will i
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., inaugurating the 22nd
series of late annual services. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will discuss: "How the Jews Came
to America." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will officiate and render the
musical portions of the liturgy. Mi-
riam Donnerstag will conduct the
choir. Oneg Shabbat will follow,
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry August
and Mrs. Hilma August acting as
hosts. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Jerome Gordon, edu-
cational director, will officiate.
Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and
5:15 p.m., with Sunday services at
8 a.m.
' o
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 p.m. Late services are at 8:30
p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiating. Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m., with children's services
following at 11. Mincha will be at
5 p.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 8:30
a.m., when Jerome, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emlyn Davies, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April
will officiate, with Cantor Berele
Kelemer rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy. Class in
Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
?
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.
Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Hyman Cohen will
be host. Rabbi Ever is scheduled
to discuss the Weekly Portion.
Maariv will conclude the Sabbath
observance.
Youth Program Slated
Presentation of a youth program
will highlight the regular meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith
Wednesday evening. Dec. 8. 8. id
Pm. at the Di Lido hotel The pro-
gram has been arranged by Gilbert
j Balkin. There will be a report
on the membership drive by co-
chairmen Allen Goldberg and Mich-
ael Sossin.
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*JiHisHlcrkl*m
PERSONALITIES IX WORLD MYOIHWl
Mrs. FDR and Mine. Pandit Hear
Israel's Chief Problems 'Solved'
ON THE
P
:K
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
Three women of world wide
fame recently met. Mrs Eleanor
Roosevelt. Mme. Pandit. Ambassa-
dor of India to the I'nited Nation*,
and Golda Mycrson. Israel Minister
of Labr
The three famous IbbSM IW
ill a lining, variant international
problem Finally the eoavm
pot down lo the respective coun
triea of the three. Said Mr- M>or
son to Mr- Roo-evelt and Mme
Pandit It we il 1-rael had the
capital of your country. UM
RooseveJL and the population of
your country. Mme PaadH
would maaajji kg

There were two receptions at the
Waldorf Astoria the same evening
la-t week One was for the Queen
Mother Elizabeth The other was
for Mrs Kiel MM
According to the elevator oper-
ator at the Waldorf, more people
were the M>er-or. recep-
tion.

Are you nervou- when you have
to make a speech* Cheer up Bet
.11. read Hy Gardner
shed Champagne before
Breakfast." and fi I w;!l find the
eople are ner
Gardner say- that Al J
k that pos
. -
il| ManUR) wa- that The knee bend
ed the Ml
i
rdiag Gardner, George
in prince of after dinner
speakers, confesses to '
nbl> her ru cot- up to
Edie Cantor. Gardner write*
with President Booseveh
. the latter- : peech-
es Ju-t before the President had
to go on the air he said 10 Cantor.
Eddie. I am to limber up before
I begin to speak Then Ro.-e\eli
'began to sing in the he-t Crash]
j manner When the blue el the
night meet- the gold of the dawn
.
Many years ago Senator-elect
Richard Neuhe: Ic Sunday
| feature lor the New York T.
which he urged the transfer of the
capital city from Washington h>
Denver, Colorado
Probably II the I'nited States
Iwen now e-tabh-hins it- capital
>.:> it would be located in Ml
m or more central point At
ItM time Washington -elected
( the inhabitant- of Colorado
were buffaloes who had n
Colorado wa- in fact, outside the
jun-dictjon of the I'nited States

W hat well known and welledited
Jewish publication appeared after
the election with an article explain
ing why Neuberger had been de
j feated* The trouble was it con-
ceded the election too early
I For no good reason, this coneed-
J ing business reminds me of a joke
Rabbi Stephen Wise told of him
[self He was once introduced by a
chairman, who said of Ww "He
ceiled to be one of the best
rs in the country

Speaking of nervousness as we
a few paragraphs back. Ar-
thur Marx, the son of G roue ho
Marx, in his recent biography of
,nny father say- the "cigar
in the mouth" technique which has
beci me the hallmark of Groucho.
spring- aim from ner\ou-n.-- I
rfot eonr Unas. Granatn ex
j plained, you only have to puff away
;r efcfar for a while until >ou
remember them Groucho admits
that his habit of insulting others
llU
emanate- from the same leeling of
insect

The new modem railway station
n>>w being opened in Tel Avi\ is a
mile-tone in the progress of Israel
The whole railroad -y-tem has
been revamped .After the estab-
h-hmer.t ..f the State of Israel, a
number al 1-raeli railroad men
studied modern railroading in the
N-w York Contnl yards.
In the old day- before the estab-
h-hment of the Jewi-h State, the
slowness of the Pale-tine trains
wa- the subject of much joking
The be-t one wa- about the soldier
enroute lo Tel Av,v He had a date
with a girl and wa.- terribly dis-
1 over the slow pace of the
trains Finally he could stand it
no longer He ran out to the ca-
boose and called out to the engi-
neer Cant you ge any fa-ter
than that*
Sure I can." replied the engi-
neer, but I cant leave the en-
gine '
Christianity anal Anti-Samititm. By
Nicola* Berdyaev. With a com-
mentary end note* by Alan A.
Spears. SI pp. New York: Philo-
sophical Library. $2.75.
By HILARY MINDLIN
If French philosopher Nicola-
Beidyse* has written good works
cm anti Semiti-m this little volume
i- Ht among them. He starts on
he right path with what seems to
be a strong step, asserting hatred
of the Jews, without whom Chn-
tianity i- inconceivable, to be sin
ful and abhorrent
But his hearty Christian consci
enceness puts brambles in his way;
he wavers from one side to the
oher and ends up with some
choice observations which will
hardly please Jewish readers.
Particularly displeasing are a
number of statements about Jews
as a whole. "There is in particular
a Jewish self importance which ia
irritating, but it can be psychology
cally accounted for: this people
. has sought compensation in
the idea of its Election and its high
miion Berdyaev then draws a
similarity between this and the
German "master race" concept
to Jews, surely the most odious of
comparison-'
And: "The Jewish people is a
-trange people Within it the
best traits blend with the lowest."
It is this habit of sweeping gener-
alities, of persistent denial of the
particular hlch,r
the -Pim of ratioo7
Let me not hesitated
alongside such un el1
order that Jew, m^f
verted ,| u f ,he j
ce thai i;hrwUn,Tj
becwS,
and not formal '
Din.,. f Berdyaev-X!
"'Il> offensive1
"'n It Is poutJI
Jew- to knowledge kZi
Messiah (or thi, ten**?
exi-t- in the heart of
Ifcen are in the book.
<' (oruVrrt
Je.su- b) the Jews, but a*.
rect -that neither by 3
the manner of his cou
compli-hment did he fu
the prophecjei for tat!
Berdy aev is hardly a I
ant man, or even a ii
.one. for the-e qualiiiej'g
elude understanding aal |
and he !.,< k- both. He b|
ed in the Jewish prat
( cau-e h< has -<-n-iti\itr ti
recognize a blot on tat I
escutcheon and the i__
of twenty renturies of u_
Jew- in the name of CM
But ihe Jews tbeasj
their own integrity, do i_
the pictun ,,t all, fork|
is seek in. a ->>lutwn to al
m. it tt.ll not be found I
rSMTEB \.\T10\S VfggCTTg
Ehan Appears Proud at
Atomic Revelation to UN
the spohtim; momn
Israel's Basket e Gain
Prestige at Rio Tom
By ARTHUR LEWIS
--
IMTED NAT m with
- pride that Ambassador
ba S Etan was able to tell the t
.mittee here of I
I iopmeots of the use of atomic
- his own country when be
the debate on the so-call-
ed "atoms few peace" piar. Of
the smaller powers. I one I
he few w kick has a program of
n and is certainly the oaJy
one m its region wharh has done
aeythmg about taws great new
- -
Wuhan a year of the establish-'
saeat of the Jewish Stale a sun I
nsa made m the atomic field w*h|
the formation of a department of
iiotopt rcststeh at the Wexzmaca
Institute of Seaeace As Mr Ebaa
pointed oat. Israel had the aadaabt-
ed advantage of havmg a world
fasaoas scientist as its founder
presadeet. Dr Cluuai W
who was very
stoauc energy and coald
age. by the sheer weight of ats
personality alone the liiuUpminl
in this field. Atao. among the early
eatasts. aaaae of them
physicists.
Despite its recent
atomic energy- Israel has already
P
Mr Ebaa toM the
its methods were so adiaaxxd that
they were beats: applied ia ffaiupi.
The Israeli delegate described oth-
activdies aader way.
eaag done at the
Hebrew Unrversaty oa the strac-
taras of itcalej. sad the ase of
lso:
The Israeli Atomic Energy Com-
.per\!-;ng projects
in Jerusalem. Beboboth and Haifa
As for the international atomic
energy agency, envisaged under
the "atoms for peace" plan. Mr.
Eban set out -ever, aim- which his
government felt that :t should
have
At the same time, however. Mr
Ebaa was careful to emphasise that
although research should be one
of the agency s objectives its main
task should be the actual genera-
tion of power from atomic energy
:E00D5*!S&
r*Vf 'V*** "* ** Tl** Je^" ^oridian. toetwe with
- and .aareia. H yov K* ,*.* pnw*.^,,!,. ^ mty
a w* y^r otry Sh*, y^, ,^^. ^^ fc, ^ e#hMn^
cZL TT^ ^^^ raws and a Pa. a wo. d on th, principles of
Cold
of aay variety are
* aa leam i change from the cus-
toaaary wane potato at this time
f the year. There is a special af-
fiaaty aetweea sweet potatoes sad
pan if pat, caaaed variety, of
coarse. Tats eaaakasatiaa of vege-
table and frwat is as pieasaag to the
palate as it is to the eye Try it aad
see far yaaraetf now veil a goes
h roast tarkey or chaefcea.
Here s horn to make:
Potato* PmimiU Faffs
2 paaads sweet potatoes
. (yettaw or red variety >
By BILL WOLF
JTA
Israel has gained new interna-
tional prestige in the world of
sports by virtue of its strong show-
ing in the recent world basketball
tourney held at Rio de Janeiro.
The Israel five worked up to the
semi finals in the competition, and
ww< finally downed by the Unit
ed States quintet.
That defeat was decisive enough
by a score of 74-30. but the feat of
getting into the emi finals was
a crowning achievement for the
young nation.
The Peons Caterpillars, repre
seating the I'nited States, dashed
Israel's hopes for going sll Jhe way
! the championship The US.
team went on to beat Bran! in the
finals.
High scorers for Israel, if you
4 tablespoons fine cracker
crumbs or matso meal
Cook the sweet potatoes in cold
water to which salt should be add-
ed as soon as boiling begins. When
tender enough to pierce with a
fork, drain well sad let cool
enough to handle Remove skins
and mash wall with a fork. Add
, eggs, oae at a time, beating after
each addition Add sugar, syrup
from canned pineapple sad beat
thoroughly till it stands in peaks
Dip the drained plumpli aliens
and arrange an shallow baking pan
that has been greased. Drop the
mixture from a spoon oa each of
the
could call a that, were!
Ere* wrr \ points oH
Since the foundiu of tkeJJ
State. Israel has bra
steadily in athletics. It is si
climb for a small rou&lj
lot of energy ha- ben |
produi.: t >d teaas,.
oping able ..'hletes.
Baskets.. : has boa i
reel's strong points, trail
other It you recall. Nsf
did a lot '.r the cage i
his sta% m I-.-aei
Spe.,- : 1-rael'i I
fort- *re being made al
States to develop 0*^L
raeli feauVrweight, naj
port ant boxer. Oved iiMl
country Heing auasjal^
Bron-or who oaee
famed One Tuoaejr.
Sam M. ..s,ratropfcM
mg in the Maccabiakl
berg nut"
former I S Olysn*

A at thel
khi- Br.,:. Unii
game- lh **-
'the Judges don't *!
way t r 'hey ""I
gtnstial K 'j
wide
The fir-t contest enj
nsto:. nyby"
of 38-0 The followsnll
the Judi bosnee^
away with tnegaae*"
The encounter mill
similar .-tory, wttb
mng 2u Agaad
shire. Brarldlsst,
Then on the a**J
Jadges raa aB "*
That aould *
psttem. *
mar. there was ns
m the sh-1 an* -J
t%4 at ike a-*-*"


I DECEMBER 3. 1954
+Jew!stin*r*tlar}
PAGE 5 B
vey Reveals Miami Forgets The Need of New Americans
Continue from P.* IB -djltai* W,,ru< ,uflH ^^ ^ ^ [H c ... .
.Ik! ib >prn'n exfeti, that the assurer is a. tonal
Stover that other workers will not be displaced by
fence of displaced persons into the local employ
Lm that the proffered employment is permanent
Rnite in duration and that the terms and conditions
jovmcnt arc not substantially less favorable than
('workers similarly gainfully employed.
UNITED Hias Service leaders feel that Miami can
inore displaced families, and they are now asking
Uunity I" assure employment possibilities for an
lemy Launches
laign Sunday
Lien for the seventh annual
Lnd journal <>f the Hebrew
lv will be launched at a
Li Sunday. Dec. 5. 10 a.m.,
tils auditorium.
[,,. mi more than 200 work-1
Isisting of directors, par
l members, will attend the
Iffair.
dinner, according to Her-
kenberu. executive director
[cadomy. will be held at the
hotel. Sunday evening,
njunction with the dinner,
dual pictorial journal and
ok of the Academy will be
d. Major fund raising proj-
Journal is sponsored by
Academy Women. Chair-
llfrs. Irving Firtel. assisted
s \ Goodman, co-chair-
Kynote address will be de-
fby Rabbi Jonah Caplan, of
Israel Congregation. His
kill be The Hebrew Acad-
pd Miami Beach Commu-
Binilcr. president, will an-
Jdclitional 12 wntout suCH a^nrBjices th** JArfcfl'did
fe ^S'lr.'rbroughl here ^'Siw
ihT.!, \,h heartbreaking backgrounds regarding
r e |iT,h"nC^rPi V,S,',ec 'he W**S a new and
iree aie in the I nitcd States
eachTa 25/S tafRKCd With |P*I numbers, but
nttvs ,,,.". iK,f"r whom nPe u ln '"is comma-
mln n w "S N R2386 is ,yPjcal A **dwer, the
Nation On nMHn8 lnV"la Sa'Vi' Ma,y- wa* '" a ncen-
orced l,h P ,TS ,?'" War "' Where he wa* din*
ri1 r r "*"*> hp '"veled through Aus-
tria ,d Germany In 1947, he illegally entered Italy.
____ "ere can he go now? What will he do? Subject to
v *
Uifi. entranc^ undV5tfce Refugee Belief Aetf he can 'i>nl>
get a chance for a new life it a Miami employer will as
sure him a job. Local manufacturer Max Jacobson, of
Stylecraft Bags, has already accepted the responsibility Of
underwriting this man's security, through the simple ex-
pedient of promising him a job.
But it is a sad fact that other Miamians in commerce
and industry have not followed suit, and the fate of the
11 remaining families hangs in the balance. And this
negligence persists despite the intelligent stipulation of
United Hias Service that "it is nonsensical to expect an
employer to retain an employee who becomes ill or who
is incompetent ."
Mirell Exhibit to Stay
On Through Dec. 24
Mirell Art Gallery. 18 Anthony
trcade, Coconut Grove, this week
announced that the gallery's cur-
rent show will be held over until
Dec. 24.
On exhibit are such noted paint-
ers as Karl Zerbe. David Shapiro,
Howard Mandel and Ruth Gikow.
Gallery hours are Monday, Tues-
day. Thursday and Friday. 10 a.m.
to 12 noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Wednes-
day and Saturday, the exhibit may
be viewed from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
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Greetings will be extended by
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FRIDAY
GLOBAL SHORTS
J Yale University Eress. Fund* were
' contributed by New York lndus-
trialisULouii M RahinowiU
Julian Freeman Reetected
President of Jewish Council
ATLANTIC CITY (WNS) The ,. .
23rd annual general assembly of South African Llliet nODOl
the Council of Jewish Federations Re$jqn$; Settles in Israel
and Welfare Funds concluded here w-
with the reelection to the presi- JOHANNESBURG tWNS) Sub-
deney of Julian Freeman, of In-, mitting his resignation, which is to
dianapolis. and with the adoption take effect one year from now. Dr.
of a series of resolutions, among Louis I Rahinowitz. Chief Rabbi of
the United Hebrew Congregation
of Johannesburg, thi- week told
the congregation that he wishe- to
retire from the ministry and settle
in I-r..cl while he -till has hi- full
power-
them one endorsing the statement
on Middle East Policy submitted
to the Secretary of State on Get
25 by 16 national Jewish organiza-
tion-.
A Tercentenary Feature
Religion Professor Reveals
Meaning of Conversion Activi
Ben-Gurion Quotes Torah
To American Correspondent
SDEH BOKKR WNSl Former
Israeli Premier David BenGunon.
in an interview with t'BS corre-
spondent Bill Down.-, told the
America reported that peace "ill
come to the Middle Ka-t when the
Arab neighbor- of Israel achieve
full understanding ofl the m
of broUMrbood as postulated by
Torah in the cryptic but -
dictum "Love thy neighbor as
thyself "
UN Truce Chief Submits
Report on Near East Tension
I NTTED NATIONS iJTA>Ten
sum between Egypt and 1-rael has
been or.e of the "main preoccupa-
tion- ot Con E L M Burn- Unit
Nations truce chief in Pales-
tine, according to a report he pre-
sented this week to IN Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold
Anti-Semitic Play Revived
In German Theater
BREMEN VfMS) The Jew es-
of Toledo, a rarely performed
pgaj which contain- many anti-
.-semitic remarks and characteriza-
tion-, has been cho.-cn lor prcsen
tat ion at the municipal theatre at
| Oldenburg The choice of
this play h.i- been criticised t>>
critic.- in a numrxT of German
newspapers
French Premier Receives
Delegates of Jewish Congress
MONTREAL .JTA-French Pre-
mier Pierre Mendes France this
week received a delegation from
the Canadian Jewish Congre--
which presented him with a .-croll
paying tribute to his leader-hip
abilitie- The Premier, during the
n. mentioned hi- fam
ilie- relationship with Abraham
Gradi- who helped lay the foun
dation ot the Jewish community in
the early day- of French Can.
Israel, Arab Countries
Rapped on Refugees at UN
UNITED NATIONS iJTA> Is-
rael and the Arab countrie- having
refugees from Palestine were
equally criticized thi- week in a
report by Henry R Labouis.se who
appeared before the General As-
-embly special political commit-
tee this week to open disru--ion
of the work of the agency which he
head-, the United Nations Relief
and Works Agency for Palestine
refugees.
Kaufman Represents U.S.
At UNESCO Convention
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) David
E Kaufman, former IS Ambassa-
dor in Bolivia and Thailand, is a
member of the United States dele-
gation at the eighth convention of
I NESCO. He represented the
United States recently at the 10th
Inter American Conference at Ca-
racasj
Restitufion Court Awards
Property to Jewish Group
NUREMBERG .JTA> The
American Court of Restitutions
Appeal-, highest tribunal in mat-
ter- affecting the restoration of
Jewish property in the United
State- /on., of (iermany. has award-
ed to the Jewish Restitution Sue
cessor Organisation iJRSO* the dis-
puted property of the pre Hitler
congregation in the Bavarian city
of Augsburg
Noted Hebrew Poet Itzhak
Lamdan Dies in Israel

TEL AVIV .JTAi Itzhak Lam-
dan. one of the best known con-
By ROBERT GORDIS
AJI
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Gordis is
Professor ot Bibl* at tho Jowish
Theological Ssminery of America
and Adjunct Professor of Religion,
Columbia University.)
In ever larger measure Ameri-
cans of differing colors and creeds
are recognizing that brotherhood
is of the very warp and woof of
American life. As in the critical
days of the American Revolution.
Ben Franklin's warning holds true
today: We had better hang to-
gether or we will hang separately."
But if the high sentiments of
brotherhood are to affect the con-
crete i--ue- and ten-ions of our
time, we must remember that
brotherhood i- a coin with two
side- We mu-t. to be sure, empha-
size the element- we share in com-
mon Al-o we must reckon with
the differences of outlook, temper-
ament and approach which const i
tute the unique elements of human
personality Unless we seek to pen-
etrate to the innermost recesses of |
our brother's soul, his hopes, ideals j
and anxieties, his beliefs, fears and '
doubts, protestations of brother-)
hood are a travesty and a delu-j
sion.
An old-world Jewish rabbi was
accustomed to say that he had
learned the meaning of love and
brotherhood from a drunken Rus-
sian peasant. "One day," he said,
"I entered an inn where two
peasants were sitting at a table
over their vodka. They were al-
ready advanced in their cups and
were embracing each other and
telling each other how much they
loved each other. Suddenly Peter
turned to Ivan and said: "Tell me.
1 Ivan, what hurts me? 'How should
I know what hurts you?" answered
I Ivan. 'If you don't know what
hurts me, how can you say you
love me'"'
It is to contribute to the inner
understanding of Judaism by Jew
and Christian that I wish to ex-
plain why modem Judaism has no
missionarie-
Fcw words -trike so deep a re>
sponse in Christian hearts a- the
word "miiajonan It may be
to time, which is recorded in great
detail in the press.
Missionary work is one of the
most characteristic features of
Christianity. Strangely enough,
however, the religion from which
Christianity arose, the faith that
Jesus and the Apostles themselves
professed, employs no missionaries.
How comes it that the mother
faith does not utilize this type of
activity in spreading its teachings"
Would it not be an excellent way
to help guarantee its survival, es-
pecially after six millions of its
"PP<>sed to i
attitafcl
THI
AMERICAN JEWISH
1654-1954'
-tr-ngly held aboul fc
daLsm.the.se views are.'
Jewish nU,m has^
racial superiority ana ^
with the bloody'.^M
"NM^Propas* "
I*- Nor true ^2
unconcerned with tk, 7
mankind as a whole iwJ
quite to the contrary
As a matter of fact
not alw.r..
The pre-entday
daism toward mm
both a history and a i
mu-t be understood 7
" ) When J.
i n the ancient w.irJJ
:- "-we. cm
i
> the day Foil
[all pagan in character(
nized the xisteaet of i
IJodaism proclaimed
'God. who was Creator(]
, verse and Father of ill
I nation- Hence, all others
lal-e and things of
w.i- the duty ol the
the truth to turn their!
.away from error. Thists]
Icipal activity of the
children have been brutally done j Pr',Pnet "f ,he ***,
question is ". whosc r">8* hiw
to death? The question is often
asked and mistaken answers are
freely offered. Sometimes it is sug-
gested that Jews regard themselves
as superior and wish no infiltration
of non-Jews into their ranks. Ju-
daism, it is often argued, is a racial
or ethnic religion and is uncon-
cerned with the rest of the human
race.
Like so many other opinions
to us in the book of I
fought against the |
try of his time,
duty of Israel to set the
free from the dungeon i
who dwell in darkness I
prisonhou-e Israel ral
light to the nations, 11
the living God.
Rabbi Narot
Sermon to be
Distributed by AJC
The Eve of Atonement sermon
by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel, Miami, was distributed
this week by the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish j three dav conference
a : Committee to key community lead
NCR AC Conferenceiel
Uses of Low,
ATLANTIC CITY-Stall
cial scientists, scholars,
Jewish community reli
sionals and Jewish
leader- will gatheruM
Dec. 9 to 11 under the I
the special committee j
ment of thi National f
Relations Advisor} Co
temporary Hebrew poets, died here can jungle or a low rambling bam-
thjs week He was 55 Born in boo house in a Chinese river valley
Milynow. in the Ukraine, he came or a tent Pitched in a clearing of
dark hut in the midst of the Afn- ers throughout the county, it was
vancement of Commiiat7|
Oldest Congregntions Feted
At Tercentenary Function
NEU \ .jRK AJP The 14 oW-
e-t Jewish esegregataons in Aaaer
ca. founded snw to 1*40. were
singled oast for special koaon dar-
ing the recent Tercentenary ob-
servance at Carnegie Hail Tercen-
tenary medals and cstaboas were
to 1-rael in 1920. Besides writing
[>etry. Mr Lamdan translated in-
to Hebrew the best known works
of American and European writers
including Jack London. Joseph
Conrad. Paul de Kruif and Max
Brod
ffnWv in New Pest
NEW YORK-Dr. Joseph J Sch
waru. executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, an
awarded to each by the Synagogue nounced here that Ellis Radinsky.
Council of America and the New executive director of the United
------------------------------ avs,-tant executive vice chairman the spectacular conversion of well-
Rumonia Releases No "*"*"- l JA known men and women from t.me
the Australian bush. On the other
hand, it may he much nearer home
and take the form of a settlement
house or recreation center in a
slum neighborhood of our great
cities The missionary may carry
o.i medical or educational activi-
ties, stressing social service or
youth work Basically, however,
the purpose of the missionary is to
save men's souls and the goal is
indicated in the New Testament.
"Believe in me and ye shall be
saved." .,
Perhaps the most widely pabli-
cized type of missionary activity is
Jewish Lenders
TEL AVIV (JTA) No Ruman }
ian Zionist or communal Jewish
leaders have been released from
prison by the Rumanian author]
tie- according to reports reaching,
here These reports said that all
appeal- by Zionists and World Jew
i-h I leader* for bail have
been turned down by the Run
ian High Court
announced by Leo Robinson. Chap *"" Objectives Thread
ter president Legislation
Printing and distribution of the The conference, is tat
sermon was made possible through ^nps bemg ne|,j ^ta
the courtesy of Wometco theatres
and station WTVJ. The 10.000 cop- ]
las of the sermon, which deal with
American .security and freedom,
are being distributed as a public
service by the chapter
In his sermon. Dr. Narot said
that "we must protect America
from any possible communist
treachery, but also and at the same
time, from the threat of all other
and equally dark, sinister, godless
and tyrannical forces."
Referring to the dilemna created
by the threat of communism on one
side and the need to secure our
heritage of freedom on the other.
Rabbi Narot quoted a statement
from a meeting of prominent edu-
auspices in a continnisfi
ation of the needs,
method- of Jewish
lation- work This oat
praise th>' -ignificanee I
of law and legislation a I
community relations
try to develop guidesfsrl
by Jewish community
agencies
cators and clergymen
-ft!
part shall perish, if
our side but the spirt <"
and prote-t against W
The emergency of I
be the emergence of i
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
7. The Shtarith Israel Syna<
Text by DANIEL 1LAZAR Inustiwttaw by MAUWCJ j
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rr_T. a*w* lft masil
SfA-ss or ewor amo.ammo
. Mitw AMTCROA.M Ov.tV8
'* >oud>
HoTii.a
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ao Una
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Jewish Philanthropist Helps
Yale Publish
NEW HAVEN (WNS' A pho-
t"graphic edition of the 1623 First
Folio of Shakespeare's plays, desig-
nated the Poor Man's Folio because
the originals and later reproduc-
tion- are beyond the financial
reach of most Shakespeare readers,
was issued here this week by the
TlWi Wt*f AUCwtP TO VTA*. .
Jt*s cense*, iWt onsST
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iTMwSWCa,
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DECEMBER 3. 1954
[legal notici
"^NDER FICTITIOUS
"I'J'Th' ,ir.M'R(.MAT. t
fK?k ..I th'Vlreilll <-ourt of
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
CiiVil. desiring to >*<< 3
Iund.T til- fUtltlOUS MHIllO Of
l-ikl INSTRUCTION, at
'"Sill T-rrace, Miami, her-
' ,,, ;,! num.' wit),
"ftli,- Cln-ull Court of Dade
"pRANTKH ZIKOWSKI
BCOKNE ZUKOWofO
[},',r ZukoWKkl c,ntimtion
i i! a _____
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. __- NAME LAW
_NQTVHIlS IIKHi:i:v ,JM
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LEGAL NOTICE
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irBiNK^s^.u^^nV^
at KM5 N.E. 6lh Ave.. Miami ,'. n,i
to rcKlKK-r shI,I nanif with the <"lr|
of th* Circuit Court ,,f |U,|, I
rloriaa.
MORTON l KAY
EARL It CALVERT
Owner*
BEN BS8EN
Attorney for Api>li 1014 Seybolri IH.Ik
11/10-26 12/1-1,1
C UNDER FICTITIOUS
f" NAME LAW
f is iii-:ki-:Y tin ENJhat
to engage In
lunder the fictitious 11.1111- ,.f
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,l. i.....BlHtei m,I'I name, with
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OERTI.ER
[i..i I..,, i Konhauaer
I________
IE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K is HKREBY OIVEN that
signed, desiring t" cngngc In
kndei the fictitious name of
\(iF FLORIDA, at 1M1 N B
j |nteii,l t" register said
jll, Hi, Clerk of tl,c circuit
fpsde County, Florida.
GRORIIK BOOAN
JAMKS i'AHI.SON50*
I LEWIHON, ESQ.
I for llorarl of Florida
W Bid* Miami 32, Ma.
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JE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
y. is IIKRRBY lilVEN tliat
ilgneri ili-slrlng to ensage In
Inn,I.-: the fictitious name of
SCNDRIKH SHOP, at
tin- Ivel...... Miami Beach.
Int-nu to register mild name
It'I. rk ,.f tli- Circuit Court of
nnn Klnrlds
|:yi:k i. i.ichtenstein
IsiK UCHTEN8TE1N
[SILVKR
Ifi.i; Aliplii ml
,lil BIdg Miami, Ma.
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[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
. IN PROBATE. No. 33MS-B
UTATE "K
IR|, SMVI'lltil. Deceaaed
ICE TO CREDITORS
pdit'i.- and All Persons II,v-
r lieinandi Against Said
nil each' of you are hereby
Inil required lo present any
h i you. mav have against the
BKRNART) SHAVIRO de-
,te of WVstchester. foiuttv,
|k. In t Honorable County
I'.ol. County, and file the
[their offices In the County
n Paris County, Morida.
kht calendar month* from the
Phe first publication hereof.
,r demands to contain the
nf the claimant and to he
f*:in,l presented us aforesaid.
< rred,
pvi mi .r ith. A.IV 1954.
1\' \ li SHAPIRO
Executrix of the
'I Will and Testament of
|KHN\i:n SHAPIRO.
Deceased.
',i:it
\i illury Executrix
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34001
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID Vlil'Ni;. Deceased
To All Creditor), and All Persona Hav-
Init cialmn or Damanda Agalnat Kuld
Batata:
You and eai;h of you. are hereb}
notified and required lu preHenl anv
claims anil demanda which yu, in
either of you. may have .,^.,iu-t' th-
of DAVIIi Ydl\,;
1.'t- "f Coral Cables. Dade County,
Florida, to th- Honorable County
.IikIkcs of !>ad- County, and file the
aame la their offleea In the Count)
Courthouse in Iiade County, hlorlda,
within eight calendar monthi from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Bald claims or demands to contain the
l-Kal adilr-aa of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented ,
sal,l, or aame will be barred
Date November IS. A |i I'Ci
IDA TOUNO
As Kaecuti i\ of the Last Will
and Testament of
DAVID rOUNO, Deceased.
BEX B88BN
Attorney for BxeCUtrlZ
11/19-26 12/3-10
NOTICE
have hid our
DISCHAROE
llelel,> Klven that We
il report and petl-
' i iicAr ,"'"" ","1 llliU on the
."ih oaj of December, IK4 we will
fPDly to the Honorable FRANK B
u mi, Hondaif,,, app,v] ,,f said
final report ami for final discliame a
ftS1 hb^tmR4-^ '"- K*"""of
ii '.\ iir.n N kr, dei-eased
riii.. tjrd iiuy of November 1*54
PETER .1 DL'BINHKY /t
BERNARD MARDER
li"\ M.l: C MANNHBIMER
Attornej foi Administrator!
11/26 II 1-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34066-B
In Re: KSTATK oF
BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL,
Decea sea
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. mav have as ilnsl
the estate of RKRTIIA FISCHER
KENDALL, deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within elirht calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Hald claims or demands to
contain the leeal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or aame will be barred.
Date November IS, A.D. IM.
ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOFF
As Administratrix of the Estate of
BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL.
m De<,-< ,|
ET.RT STONE
Attorney for Annette Kendall K itzoff
11/16-26 12'3-10
flRCUIT COURT OF THE
ICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
5F COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
IRV No. 174033
,I.l:i:i:r Plaintiff
I ItT Defendant
ICE or PUBLICATION
RY U.ftERT
i, known
U:K HEREBY NOTIFIED
i1! < 'omplalnl for divorce
i i on. and ion
, ,-..iv ,,f your
,!,, on I'lslnHffs attorney,
'EN 1,1 Sevbold ItulldltiK.
1 file the orltrlnnl
th- office of the Clerk of
III Court on or before the 13th
i i otherwise the
: lull of Cnmolalnl
k, onfessed affalnst you.
this sth day of November,
F B T EATHFRMAN,
clerk Clrenlt C.uoi
!' \\\l W STOCK I NO,
Deputy Cleric
6FN i'-m
I'"r I'l.intlff
IK I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34057-B
In Re: ESTATE OK"
RI.'TH LEVIN, also known as
RtTTH R LEVIN Deceased
ToAII Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agsinst Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, pr
either of -vmi. mav have asainsi the
estate of RCTII LEVIN, also known
RI'TH I! LEVIN" deceased late of
Worcester County. Massachusetts, to
the Honorable County Judge* nf Dade
Countv. and file the same In their
offices In the Counts Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within elitht
calendar months from the date of the
flrat publication hereof Bald claim!
or demands to contain the legal un-
dress of the claimant and to i- wont
, presented iforesald, or same
rill be barred
I Mte November 1", A D IR54.
BLRT STONE
As Anclllarv Administrator
of the Bstnte of
RCTH li:\in also ki
RUTH B LEVIN ..... >-'
11 \'.'-::a II llfl
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
..... No. 32435 B
UK ESTATE Ol
PHILIP HHLACKMAN, Deci used
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni 11 li r. i- hereb] given thai I have
filed my rlnal r< poi t and petition for
Final Dlsi hargi ator of
late of PHILIP BHLACKMAN,
deceased: and lhal on the !7th da) of
December, 1154, ill apply t,, the Hon-
orable FRANK B DOWL1NO, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and lot
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate ,,f pinup BHLACKMAN,
deceased.
Tins 24th day ,.f November, i.",4.
MORRIS BHLACKMAN,
Adlniuistratoi
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
1I/J6 12/3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.IVKN that
the tindei'signetl,'doelf-lng (d'engage In
',!l,*.l"?ss' under the fictitious naina of
MAN LEV IMPORTS, at Dade Coun-
tji Ma., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
,,.. STANLEY F. COHEN
ll/U'-19-6 12 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
8PAH, at I8TS S.W. 7th Ave.. Intends
to register -aid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
W. P. TAUB
11/19-26 12/3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CJRCUIS OOURT OFJME
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. IN
l. Jb*mm*&tei#lf"'Mi'
vs.
JOHN TOL1NE and
TuLLNE, his wife, If
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24922
RE: ESTATE uF
MARY Polk sci.I.IVAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final re|w>rt and petition for
Final Discharge us Administrator Da
Bonia Non of the estate of MARY
POLK SULLIVAN, deceased: and that
on the Itnd day of December, I9.",t.
will apply to the Honorable \V. I-'
BLANtON, Countv Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discbarge as
Administrator Do Bonli Non of the
Estate of MARY POLK si LI.IVAN,
,l..,,.., sad
Tins isth day of November, 1H4.
JA.MES P. SI'LLIVAN, M.D.
Administrator De Bonls N,,n
THOMAS, A. BORKAN
Attorney for Administrator D.B.N.
u ::-in-i7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
NEOR, i AMERICAN MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, .ii MM West Flagler
Stie.t. Miami, rlu intends to reglstei
said name Ith the Clerli of th<
cult court ,.f Dad- County, Florida
SAMUEL .\l sil.MK. Hole Ownei
OOLDMAN A- noLDSTBIN
An.....eys for Registrant
2303 \v. Flagler 81 Miami, Fla.
12 ;-ni-i7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WINDSOR PLAZA, at 1320 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Reach. Morida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
ELEANOR KtrSHNER
HENRY HERKOWITZ
DAVID H. BERKOWITZ and
ANNA BERKOWITZ, his wife
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Windsor I'laia
11/12-19-28 12/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 01VBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E & .1 CLEANERS, at 3626 N.W. 7th
St., .Miami, intends to register laid
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT BROWN, Sole Owner
HAROLD BTRUMPF
Attornej for Applicant
.,17 Beybold llldg.
11/26 12, :l-l-17
married,
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
TO: JOHN TOLINE, If living, and
TOLINE, his wife if
married, and whose residences
are unknown:
ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, de-
visees, grantees, creditors, or
other parties claiming by.
through, under or against JOHN
TOLINE, not known to be dead
or alive;
AND ALSO, as to each of the
above named Defendant Indi-
viduals, If they be deceased, then
all unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
tees, ( (editors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against such Defendants;
AND Al.su, all other and un^
known persons having or claiming
to have any right, title or Inter-
est In the property which is the
subject matter of this suit, said
property lying and being in Dade
County. Florida, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Lots s and K In I'.lock 3 of
ZIONA BUBDIVIHION, ac-
cording to the Plat there,,f.
recorded In Plat Rook 29 at
Page 75 of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida.
YOU AND BACH OF YOC are here-
by notified that a suit has been filed
In the above named Court, by the
Plaintiff above named ,for the pur-
pose "f quieting title of the Plaintiff,
In and to the property Involved here-
inabove described.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED
AND REQUIRED to file your Appear-
ance In said suit on or before the 13th
day of December, 19*i4 and in default
of such Appearance, a Decree Pro
Confesso will be entered against you
and each of you.
DONE AND ORDERED at the
Courthouse In Dade County, Miami
Florida, this Sth day of November,
1954.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
lill 4 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Morida
11 '12-1D-2I 12/3____________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.KO ADDER'S PACKAGE STORE,
WoFFiiRD PACKAGE BTORE, LEO
ADDER'S LIQI'OR STORE. 240:1 Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
BERNARD AI'SUEBEL
BERICK. SHAPIRO FRIED, Attys.
Attorneys for Applicant
4211 Lincoln It.....1
11 l'.'-19-26 12/3 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, at
ISO Beybold llldg.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile County, Florida.
STANLEY C. MYERS
LOUIS HEIMAN
LEON KAPLAN-
LEON A. EPSTEIN
11/19-2(1 12/3-10
NOTICE tINns-R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious ,mime of
ci.CNTY MORTGAGE PLAI KMKN I
co. not Inc., at -""' West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida, mtends to reg-
ister aabl name with the t b-rk ,,r t ,.
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. n..n,i,
' SAMUEL M SHACK Sob- owner
GOLDMAN cm DSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
KM West Flagler St., Miami. Ma.
ll/l-2 JJ/3-10__________________
cMRruiT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CMANCERV No. 174041
t'DI'.TTi: VLADIMIR
Plaintiff
\T iDIMtn Defendsnt.
<"" nc Piiai.ir.ATION
VI mum m ,are of
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N.v, V.,,1,
I" i I that a B'H of On.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN I'A that
County,
rvi'l. BTRI'M i'*^
, tun R \l vci:
ROPER-T I LEWIrJGN
\ii.no.v for Paul Byrum
ityi--ft-w ,!/S______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174124
BOBBRT L. BBLLTITZ, Plaintiff,
vs.
IRENE SELLTITZ, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IRENE SELLTITZ
1702 Palmetto fftreel
Brooklyn, New York. ........
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Din of Complaint for nivorce
b.,s been filed against you b) ROBbRl
I. BELLTITZ, and >oii are required
opy of lour answer to the
Bill "l Complaint ",, PUIntiffi at-
torney, MILTON II RICHMOND One
Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach,
Florida, and fill nal In the
,,ff|,.....f Ibi- Cl.rk Of the Circuit I oiirt
,, or before the 18th day of December,
II i ,,, a Decree Pro confesso irui ds
entered against you. .
i, m'i:ii at Miami, Florida, ibis mtb
das ol November, ISM.
Clerk of the Cln ull Coorl
E B LEATHERMAN.
Dade Countv. h'lorida
By: R. H. RK'E. jr.
(Beal) Deputy Clerk
1!>-2b 12/3__________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 17407S
RUBIN vnCNG. Plaintiff
BKATHkR MAE Yd 'NO ^^
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO HEATHER MAE N ol N(,
Residence I'nknnwn -!,____
V(.C ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Myorce
bus been filed against
are required i" aerve '
vou. and you
ropy of your
NOTICE IINOPR FICTITIOUS
NiMC LAW ,
NOTICE is HEBEBY GIVEN
name lth the Clerk lr<""
poni'MtT I I i-ivis,,v
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ll/lt-26 12/.1-10_____________.
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.FRIDAY. 1
Bartley Crum Invited Here
leader, v ill be guest speaker at a by Truman in 1946 to membership a ma ()f an inde.
guest speak
(hanuka celebration to be held in
the new auditorium of the Hotel
Algiers on Tuesday, Dec. 21. at 8
p.m., according, to Jacob Sher,
Greater Miami chairman of the
State of Israel Bond Organization
The celebration will be held un-
der the sponsorship of the Greater
Miami Zionists of America organ-
ization.
A close friend of the late Presi

Land. From that time to the pres-
ent, Crum has been an outstanding
spokesman for the rights of refu-
gees and for the new State of
Israel
In his book. "Behind the Silken
1,000 Witness Bond
Function at Hotel
An entirely new and stream-lined
approach to opera was presented
baton more than 1.000 members of
the Great Miami Community. Wed-
nesday evening, when Puccini's
Madame Butterfly" was premiered
in Operalogue, oper-in-theround. '
under the auspices of the State of
Israel Bond Organization in the
((initiation room of the Empress
hotel
Admission to the Operalogue was
through the purchase of a State of
Israel Development Bond.
The Operalogue was under the
direction of the renown Carol Lon-
gorie, who first discussed the plot.
the history and the traditions ol
Madame Butterfly
This w;is spiced with anecdotes
about the opera's composer and the
immortal dagen who have for
man) decades been assoetatea' with
it
Included in the cast were Yolan-
da Vaaquea, who portrayed Cio-Cio
San; Kvilyn Sachs, who played Su
/uki. Norman Kelley. who had the
part of Lieutenant Pinkerton; and
Bernard Groan, who played Schar-
ples
Mayor Abe Aronoviti was pre-
cause of Israel as a vital democratic
center in the Middle East.
Greater Miami Zionist Districts
psrticipating in the Chanuka cele-
bration are Coral Gables ZOA. Dan-
iel Cravitt. president. Naphtalie
Weidberg. bond chairman; Miami
Beach ZOA, Fred Jonas, president.
Abraham Kasow. bond chairman;
North Shore ZOA. Sheldon Lel-
chuk. president; Miami Beach Ma-
sada Young Adults ZOA. Jerry
the Mayor of Jen Miller, president; Miami ZOA. Irv-
ing Saal. president
Gilbert Rappaport is the Florida
regional director of ZOA.
scnted with a Holy City Bible by
Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of the
Women's Division, which she re-
ceived from
lem, Itrhak Kariv. on her recent
trip to Israel.
Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chair-
man of Israel Bonds, awarded spe-
cial prizes to top bond salesmen
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^wiislb-JaDinidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DFCEMBER 3 19S4 PRICE: TEN CENTS feporfed Rising IOW American Jews to Retain Their Identity Adenauer Censures Anti-Semitic Action at Berlin Political Meeting American wish to relilyand this at it const!lie to either larriage. At fe-born Jews of interest the findings (made public tial scientists itenary Confewlsh SociolI Commodore. >rs, sociolojd communal the two-day \v. .is sponsor;n, Jewish Hellion which mans of sciirch. a better position of world. Qthtre: |n the Jewish land with the ation. Jews [religious cuslwhich are in [to American Is which have %  n generally involve their Idemand daily I in addition. [not require a Ion from non of Jews have toward Israel. little if any Their "philanRm" considers homeland for •persecuted or kg their tradi|pporting philting liberally non-sectarian [in and activity MM helps the keif and gives aging. Ission on the lerican Jewish ologists stated fpment was the f persons who had assumed the leadership of organized Jewish life in the United States. A second important change was the growth and rising influence of central philanthropic organizations in local communities. This was followed by Increased rank and file participation in Jew ish religious and charitable causes And finally, they noted, "the restriction of immigration has trans formed American Jewry into a community overwhelmingly native born, with great uniformity In Jewish cultural, religious and folk practices Dr. Salo W Baron, president of ; the Conference on Jewish Relations, noted that one of the American Jewish community's shortcomings was its failure to support adequately basic research on its own structure and functions. The social scientists unanimously adopted a resolution calling for new research projects on "the problems of Jewish social relations in America and in other countries of Jewish settlement. M These pro jects can be successful only if they are financially supported by "Jewish communal institutions and indiContinued on Pg 11 A Pioneer Women launch nationwide campaign for the collection of Chanuka gifts for children in Israel's transient settlements. These youngsters are typical of those new arrivals who await a helping hand. _^_^_ Premier Mendes-France Expresses 'Definite' Ideas In Washington on Deadlock Between Israel, Arabs By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA France, a Jew by descent and a Zionist by creed, as the prime mover." The newspaper said that Gen. Moshe Dayan. Israel Army Chief of Staff, recently visited France to Hitler 'Dark Past' Looms as Beatings Repored to Bonn BONN (JTA) — West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, in a public address here, has indicated censure of anti-Semitic developments at a meeting which was held by the Germany Party in West Berlin last week. The rightist party is a member of the national coalition government and the Berlin rally was addressed by Bonn Minister of Transport Hans C. Seebohm. The Berlin municipal parliament, meanwhile, has condemned the German Party rally, at which several persons were beaten when they were thought to be Jews because they would not rise and sing the ultra nationalist song "Deutschland Ueber Alles." The City Council resolution, demanded that the "strongest measures" be taken against those responsible for the incident. Mayor Walter Schreiber said that it was reminiscent of the "dark past" of Adolf Hitler. The headquarters of the German Party here has disclaimed all responsibility for the incident. It asserted that provocateurs had set off the anti-Semitic demonstration and that it was they who shouted "Jewish swine" at those who refused to join the singing. %  Meanwhile, the Jewish Community of Berlin has protested the anti-Jewish violence. The German Societies for Christian-Jewish Cooperation warned the Berlin City WASHINGTON — The French premier whose genius for peace making amazed the world spent his ( munil j ons It asserted that Is: which overran the French garrison Washington visit with definite prjme Ministe r Moshe Sharett ideas on the Arab Israel dead^.^ ^ vjsjt France .. for lock. Pierre Mendes-r ranee. 1< '• cnordinalion of French-Israeli polpremier who succeeded where otn-, .^ ^^ (hc Arabs _Israel as a political entity but sel dom betrayed Nazi like racial antipathies Council that there was a dangerous The editorial dealt sympathetic-1 ,„tuspmitiKm an d n.. ally with the Communist forces %  which crs failed, may help solve this •insoluble" problem although his main mission here does not pertain to the Near East. Is it unthinkable that the man who unified Western Europe and brought peace to Indo-China will find a way to cope with the Arab League? As Mendes-France turned his attention toward a just solution of the dilemma his nation faticy against the Arabs A front page editorial in a subsequent edition repeated accusations that Mendes-France was serving "reactionary imperialism" in North Africa. The wording of this attack — describing the French premier as "this little Zionist imperialist Jew" — was considered a display of unusually violent racial overtones. Observers in Cairo real Dienbienphu in Indochina. It described such Communists as the "fellow nationalists" of those Moroccans and Tunisians who would soon be storming French strongholds in their countries. One newspaper noted that the United States has given Egypt a grant of $40,000,000 in financial aid and is anxious to send free mili this incident was one manifestation. Student and foreign press associations in Berlin protested to the German Party because students were among those beaten and two fpreign newsmen were threatened for refusing to sing the German anthem. There was quick reaction among American Jewish leadership to the incidence of anti-Semitism at the Berlin meeting of the German Partv. Officials of some of the •ar#n i'l Issue [Hollyw.od Mindlin ] Sp.rH Tercentenary Washington Scent tion oi ine uni-nimu • % % %  • %  — — es in North Africa, the Arab world porlpd ha t most Egyptians previ became alive with apprehension mHy expr p sse( | animosity tow ard For weeks Arab propagandists have — Cff SttSSZfStt iews Throughout World feel Little Jubilation pirations in North Africa. Mcndrs France has found himself allied with Israel M the Jewish State' looms larger as Frances natural ally in the Eastern Mediterranean | France and -its premier have replaced Great Britain and Sir Win ston Churchill as the primary tar gets of the hate campaign wagefl by the Egyptian press and radio British agreement to withdraw tary assistance. This, said the newspaper, would strengthen Arab determination to "restore our Arab \ ] ca( ]j n g Jewish organizations issued brethren in their rightful homes i statements condemning the develin Palestine." I opment while simultaneously warnAn "Al Ahram" editorial said j ing a g a j ns t the rise of neo-Nazi Continued on Pag 11 A | elements in Germany. German Restoration Pivotal for U.S. NEW YORK (OJI) Several yean ago the American Governmen! made the restoration of full sovereignty to a rearmed Western Germany within the framework of ,._. he Western alliance, one of the ed States, had tempered their own PCIUW =*•" i(s for( .i,.n policy jubilation with some reservations from the sue, Canal fc-*• %  keystone. o iJU WPjjJ^^J, and misgivings moved the principa JJWM g JJ" „ ^ hut a matt< r ,„ time Tha is not to say that the argu,„..N,ty toward London. Man* 1 f Amerjcan (|ipl(( f<)r |hp rcstora ion ot G erl "" KK ,'^ an iJSZSSS an > would be achieved The P :..h. man SOVProjgn ,y is without a cause of """"JJ^J^wJS. how-ever. was strewn with many .-s ,rong logic are likely to feel little jubilation gression. The West German conover what has occurred. And it tribution to the military' strength might have been better, too. if of the Western world can be consome of the statesmen involved, ; siderable and even decisive. Hence particularly those from the Unit; the importance of bringing the lionalists in West German Republic into the Western alliance. But whatever the logic, Jews everywhere have and will continue to have an instinctive fear of a rearmed Germany. And that instinct is rooted in some veryreal and ineradicable memories at people and places—of parents and of its own. e i i-roue ritatins and troublesome obstacles; Iieng th of that logic ultimately France, and have accuse.I France mating ana ^ ^ ^^ cj| .. ^^ ^ ^^ to ^^ (hc cml(|rcn and fru nds of Be ,sen and of forming a common I ^ ^^ o( (he grce ^^ ^^ ((m ,. vi( ws Auschwilz anrl Buchenwald. Those al) ou. coexistence with commumemories cannot coexist with jubilnism. there is general agreement j ation over the prospect of the that democratic strength is an imemergence of another German portant deterrent to communist ag-' Wehrmacht—by whatever name. ,| against the Aran .*-. -• %  ^ a „ 0 undoubl A bitter attack was open, d b> ;,.„,.,.,„, deepfell Nil the semi official %  "> %  *• |11)n ove r the final attainment of Gomhouria, which allege^ J %  > ^^ new plot auinst the Arabs is be -. throughout the world ing woven w Paris with MendcsI But Jews



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PAGE 4 B *JiHisHlcrkl*m PERSONALITIES IX WORLD MYOIHWl Mrs. FDR and Mine. Pandit Hear Israel's Chief Problems 'Solved' ON THE P :K By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA Three women of world wide fame recently met. Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt. Mme. Pandit. Ambassador of India to the I'nited Nation*, and Golda Mycrson. Israel Minister of Labr The three famous IBBSM IW ill a lining, variant international problem Finally the eo a vm pot down lo the respective coun triea of the three. Said MrM>or son to MrRoo-evelt and Mme Pandit It we il 1-rael had the capital of your country. UM RooseveJL and the population of your country. Mme PaadH would maaajji kg • • • There were two receptions at the Waldorf Astoria the same evening la-t week One was for the Queen Mother Elizabeth The other was for Mrs Kiel MM According to the elevator operator at the Waldorf, more people were the M>er-or. reception. • • • Are you nervouwhen you have to make a speech* Cheer up Bet .11. read Hy Gardner shed Champagne before Breakfast." and fi I w;!l find the •eople are ner Gardner saythat Al J • k that pos il| ManUR) wathat The knee bend ed the Ml i • rdiag Gardner, George in prince of after dinner speakers, confesses to nbl> %  her ru cotup to Edie Cantor. Gardner write* with P re si dent Booseveh the latter: peeches Ju-t before the President had to go on the air he said 10 Cantor. Eddie. I am to limber up before I begin to speak Then Ro.-e\eli 'began to sing in the he-t Crash] j manner When the blue el the night meetthe gold of the dawn • • Many years ago Senator-elect Richard Neuhe: Ic Sunday | feature lor the New York T. which he urged the transfer of the capital city from Washington h> Denver, Colorado Probably II the I'nited States Iwen now e-tabh-hins itcapital >.:> it would be located in Ml m or more central point At ItM time Washington ••-elected %  ( the inhabitantof Colorado were buffaloes who had n Colorado wain fact, outside the jun-dictjon of the I'nited States • • • W hat well known and welledited Jewish publication appeared after the election with an article explain ing why Neuberger had been de j feated* The trouble was it conceded the election too early I For no good reason, this coneedJ ing business reminds me of a joke Rabbi Stephen Wise told of him [self He was once introduced by a chairman, who said of Ww "He ceiled to be one of the best rs in the country • • • Speaking of nervousness as we a few paragraphs back. Arthur Marx, the son of G roue ho Marx, in his recent biography of ,nny father saythe "cigar in the mouth" technique which has beci me the hallmark of Groucho. springaim from ner\ou-n.-I rfot eonr Unas. Granatn ex j plained, you only have to puff away ;r efcfar for a while until >ou remember them Groucho admits that his habit of insulting others •llU emanatefrom the same leeling of insect • • • The new modem railway station n>>w being opened in Tel Avi\ is a mile-tone in the progress of Israel The whole railroad -y-tem has been revamped .After the estabh-hmer.t ..f the State of Israel, a number al 1-raeli railroad men studied modern railroading in the N-w York Contnl yards. In the old daybefore the estabh-hment of the Jewi-h State, the slowness of the Pale-tine trains wathe subject of much joking The be-t one waabout the soldier enroute lo Tel Av,v He had a date with a girl and wa.terribly dis1 over the slow pace of the trains Finally he could stand it no longer He ran out to the caboose and called out to the engineer Cant you ge any fa-ter than that* Sure I can." replied the engineer, but I cant leave the engine Christianity anal Anti-Samititm. By Nicola* Berdyaev. With a commentary end note* by Alan A. Spears. SI pp. New York: Philosophical Library. $2.75. By HILARY MINDLIN If French philosopher NicolaBeidyse* has written good works cm anti Semiti-m this little volume iHt among them. He starts on • he right path with what seems to be a strong step, asserting hatred of the Jews, without whom Chntianity iinconceivable, to be sin ful and abhorrent But his hearty Christian consci enceness puts brambles in his way; he wavers from one side to the oher and ends up with some choice observations which will hardly please Jewish readers. Particularly displeasing are a number of statements about Jews as a whole. •"There is in particular a Jewish self importance which ia irritating, but it can be psychology cally accounted for: this people %  has sought compensation in the idea of its Election and its high mi—ion Berdyaev then draws a similarity between this and the German "master race" concept — to Jews, surely the most odious of comparison-' And: "The Jewish people is a -trange people Within it the best traits blend with the lowest." It is this habit of sweeping generalities, of persistent denial of the particular „ hlch r the Pim of ratioo 7 Let me not hesitated alongside such un e l1 order that Jew, m ^f verted ,| u „ f he £j ce thai i;hrwUn,Tj becwS, and not formal Din.,. „f Berdyaev-X! %  Il > offensive„1 "' n It Is poutJI Jewto „, knowledge kZi Messiah (or thi, ten**? exi-tin the heart of Ifcen are in the book. < %  %  (oruVrrt Je.sub) the Jews, but a*. rect -that neither by 3 the manner of his cou compli-hment did he f u the prophecjei for tat! Berdy aev is hardly a I ant man, or even a ii .one. for the-e qualiiiej'g elude understanding aal | and he !.,< kboth. He b| ed in the Jewish prat ( cau-e h< has -<-n-iti\itr ti recognize a blot on tat I escutcheon and the i of twenty renturies of u_ Jewin the name of CM But ihe Jews tbeasj their own integrity, do i_ the pictun ,,t all, fork| is seek in. a ->>lutwn to al m. it tt.ll not be found I rSMTEB \.\T10\S VfggCTTg Ehan Appears Proud at Atomic Revelation to UN THE SPOHTIM; momn Israel's Basket e Gain Prestige at Rio Tom By ARTHUR LEWIS -- IMTED NAT m with pride that Ambassador ba S Etan was able to tell the t —.mittee here of I I iopmeots of the use of atomic his own country when be the debate on the so-called "atoms few peace" piar. Of the smaller powers. I one I he few w kick has a program of •n and is certainly the oaJy one m its region wharh has done aeythmg about taws great new Wuhan a year of the establish-' saeat of the Jewish Stale a sun I nsa made m the atomic field w*h| the formation of a department of ii o to p t rcsts t eh at the Wexzmaca Institute of Seaeace As Mr Ebaa pointed oat. Israel had the aadaabted advantage of havmg a world fasaoas scientist as its founder presadeet. Dr Cluuai W who was very stoauc energy and coald age. by the sheer weight of ats personality alone the liiuUpminl in this field. Atao. among the early eatasts. aaaae of them physicists. Despite its recent atomic energyIsrael has already P Mr Ebaa toM the its methods were so ad i a a xxd that they were beats: applied ia ffaiupi. The Israeli delegate d escr ib ed othactivdies aader way. •eaag done at the Hebrew Unrversaty oa the stractaras of —itcalej. sad the ase of LSO: The Israeli Atomic Energy Com.per\!-;ng projects in Jerusalem. Beboboth and Haifa As for the international atomic energy agency, envisaged under the "atoms for peace" plan. Mr. Eban set out -ever, aimwhich his government felt that :t should have At the same time, however. Mr Ebaa was careful to emphasise that although research should be one of the agency s objectives its main task should be the actual generation of power from atomic energy :E00D5*£!S& r Vf V*** %  %  %  ** Tl ** Je ^" ^oridian. toetwe with and .aareia. H yov K* ,*.* pnw*.^,,!,. ^ mty a w* y^r otry Sh*, y^, ,^^. ^^ fc, ^ e#hM „ n ^ cZL TT^ ^^^ raws and a Pa. a wo. d on th, principles of Cold of aay variety are aa leam i change from the custoaaary wane potato at this time •f the year. There is a special affiaaty aetw eea sweet potatoes sad pan i f pat, caaaed variety, of coarse. Tats eaaakasatiaa of vegetable and frwat is as pieasaag to the palate as it is to the eye Try it aad see far yaaraetf now veil a goes h roast tarkey or chaefcea. Here s horn to make: Potato* PmimiU Faffs 2 paaads sweet potatoes (yetta w or red variety > By BILL WOLF JTA Israel has gained new international prestige in the world of sports by virtue of its strong showing in the recent world basketball tourney held at Rio de Janeiro. The Israel five worked up to the semi finals in the competition, and ww< finally downed by the Unit ed States quintet. That defeat was decisive enough by a score of 74-30. but the feat of getting into the emi finals was a crowning achievement for the young nation. The Peons Caterpillars, repre seating the I'nited States, dashed Israel's hopes for going sll Jhe way !•• the championship The US. team went on to beat Bran! in the finals. High scorers for Israel, if you 4 tablespoons fine cracker crumbs or matso meal Cook the sweet potatoes in cold water to which salt should be added as soon as boiling begins. When tender enough to pierce with a %  fork, drain well sad let cool enough to handle Remove skins and mash wall with a fork. Add eggs, oae at a time, beating after each addition Add sugar, syrup from canned pineapple sad beat thoroughly till it stands in peaks Dip the drained plumpli aliens and arrange an shallow baking pan that has been greased. Drop the mixture from a spoon oa each of the could call a that, were! Ere* wrr \ points oH Since the foundiu of tkeJJ State. Israel has bra steadily in athletics. It is si climb for a small rou&lj lot of energy haben | produi.: t >d teaas,. oping able ..'hletes. Baskets.. : has boa i reel's strong points, trail other It you recall. Nsf did a lot '. % %  r the cage i his sta% m I-.-aei Spe.,: 1-rael'i I fort*re being made al States to develop 0*^L raeli feauVrweight, naj port ant boxer. Oved iiMl country Heing auasjal^ Bron-or who oaee famed One Tuoaejr. Sam M. ..s,ratropfcM mg in the Maccabiakl berg nut" former I S Olysn* • A • at thel KHIBr.,:. • Unii gamelh %  **•'the Judges don't *! way t r 'hey ""I gtnstial K %  %  •j wide %  The fir-t contest enj %  nsto:. nyby" of 38-0 The followsnll the Judi bosnee^ away with tnegaae*" The encounter mill similar .-tory, wttb mng 2u Agaad shire. Brarldlsst Then on the a**J Jadges raa aB "* That aould •* psttem. ••* mar. there was ns m the sh-1 an* -J t%4 at ike a-*-*"



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%w wiioin FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1954 SECTION B munity Center Schedules Itheimer in Talk at Meeting Noted Leaders to Appear UJA Urges Formation Of 'Strong' Delegations nsh Community Center of the Tercentenary of le in America" will be for discussion by Alan >r, secretary of the Nairlsh Welfare Board, as ker of the fourth annual the Greater Miami Jewinity Center on Sunday ec. 5. 8 pm, at the Town Hiding. Stiller, chairman of (he tine committee, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president, revealed that Altheimer is former president of the Jewish Center Association of Chicago, the largest Jewish Community Center operation in the world, past president of the Young Men's Jewish Council of Chicago, former president of Sinai Congregation. Chicago, former treasurer of the United Councils of Chicago and is a practicing attorney in Chicago. During World War, he served ish Sisterhoods Will esent Slate for Election iincil of Jewish Sisterfccted the theme "Our f' for their conference on ^en they begin their seavitu-s. Sessions will bea.m. at the Strath Haven nil include a luncheon, ed at 12 noon. | officers will be presentJack Rosenberg, chairnnminatioh committee. the Mesdames Simon siilrnt: Eugene Schwartz, ueitzer, Louis Shafkin, |tz. Prances I'llian, vice Mrs. Edward Becker, Jing secretary; Mrs. Max treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn >rding secretary, council will include the Moses Meschelof f, ist, and Mesdames Jonah Caplan, Dena Sossin and Zona Schwadron. Mrs. Irving Nelson will be at the piano. The Council of Jewish Sisterhoods is the Greater Miami Chap with the U.S. Coast Guard Reserves. He is a graduate of Columbia University Law School and is serving as president of the midwest section of the National Jewish Welfare Board, in addition to serving as national secretary. Program for the evening will include a report of the nominating committee by Leon Kaplan, chairman, and election of officers and board of directors for the coming year. A special printed report of the agency's activities will be distributed with brief remarks by Mrs. Sirkin and executive director Efraim H. Gale. In addition to the business of the meeting, Stiller has arranged I for a social hour to follow. The | novel addition to the fourth annual meeting of GMJJCC will include the Larry Blue Duet. Serving as hosts and hostesses will be members of the annual meeting committee, include Milton Balsam, A. Budd Cutler. Mrs. JoNEW YORK —With the annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal just one week off and with major decisions facing the three-day sessions that get under way at the Waldorf Astoria hotel here next Friday, UJA general chairman Edward M. M. Warburg urged this week that every Jewish community in the country send a strong and representative delegation to the meeting to help set the stage for "what must be one of the greatest campaigns in the Appeal's 17-year history." Just back from a survey of Jewish needs in Israel, which he visited with members of an extraordinary UJA study mission, Warburg emphasized that "the coming of another UJA nationwide campaign cannot be taken for granted. The situation in Israel and overseas is such that it requires the understanding of American Jewish leadter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-1 se P n Duntov, Mrs. Jess Freed, Mrs. gations of America. It includes Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs. Alvin Horo among its affiliated groups the Sisterhoods of Congregation Beth El, Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Congregation Beth Jacob. Knesset h Israel Congregation and Congregation Beth Tfilah. All Sisterhoods of. traditional congregations are eligible for membership. The Council acts as a coordinating witz, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Bernard Weksler, Hyman Kam, Sam Seitlin and members of the teen age councils of the Center. A special guest registry is being provided, as well as a variety of exhibits of the Center's program conducted during the past year. Special musical renditions will be offered by Mrs. Bernard Lash, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Dansky. agency. The sessions of the Conference T? Swirsky, Jonah €•> I *** 0Den to the P ublic Mrs Max In charge" of'refreshments will be Rackovsky, Akiva Chill j Happaport is in charge of reservaj Mrs. Bernard Weksler and Mrs. AlSw. I tions. i vin Horowitz, to Music," a skit, will ed at the morning ses4JR J. Allhtimtr embers of the Sisterhood lllebrew School and Con|The cast will include the Michael Blank, Bernard |AI>e Barkin, Herbert Fel|d Meltzer, George GoldN'ewberger, Helen Hatz, fci U I. Gabriel Perlman Ird Welkind. loses Mescheloff will inelected officers after eon, with a candle light Mrs. Meschelof f, prorman. will act as master nies. Mrs. Chill will offer pg prayer, and Mrs. Ever the benediction. linal cantata, written for Ion by Mrs. Mcseheloff, sented. Entitled "Our leritage." it will include |Mrs. David Drucker, solofn Postponed rorah of Downtown Synapginally scheduled to be lay, Dec. 12, has been until Sunday, Jan. 16. Myers to Retain Seat on Board of Federation and Welfare Fund Council Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, long active in Miami and national Jewish affairs, will continue on the board of directors of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds during 1955, it was announced by Julian Freeman, of Indianapolis, Ind., CJFWF president. Myers served as president of the CJFWF from 1946 through 1950, and in addition to his duties as a board member, is currently chairman of the Council's committee on community organizations and the budget and finance committee, as well as a member of its executive committee. Locally and on a statewide scene, he has also participated exami Jewish Federation and as chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal in 1943 and 1947. Myers also is president of the Council of Social Agencies and has served as chairman of the Community Chest campaign. He has been called upon by the State of Florida for guidance in public welfare developments under governmental auspices, which have been marked by progressive changes in recent years. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is the national association of central Jewish community organizations, serving 800 communities in the United States and Canada as their instrument in dealing with national problems and in providing central services in StaS2? ss^x^ and com munity interpretation. Member agencies of the Council annually raise more than 90 per cent of all funds used for Jewish welfare purposes overseas and at home. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is a member agency of Council. ership and the American Jewish community's fullest responsiveness." He stated that he and other UJA leaders are in agreement on the "urgent necessity for greater giving as a first priority" and on the "absolutely required need for a greater mobilization of leaders, contributors and all others with the power to give." "In the light of acute tensions in North Africa, where close to half a million Jews live in an atmosphere of mounting uncertainty and danger, from which a minimum of 30,000 men, women and children must be brought to Israel in the next 12 months, and of Israel's clear need for assistance in absorbing this new mass immigration and meeting other pressing problems, American Jewish leadership must both attend the UJA Conference in force, and mount a campaign effort that will assure the swift and successful saving of lives and the continued and necessary strengthening of Israel's free people," he stated. The three day conference, to be opened Friday at noon, will hear from a galaxy of distinguished personalities in international affairs. The conference will hear from Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister of the State of Israel, who is coming to this country expressly to participate in the vital goal-setting conference; Bruce McDaniel, who has just completed a three-year tour of duty as head of the United States Foreign Operations Mission to Israel; Abba S. Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the United States; Avraham Harmon, Israel's Consul General in New York; Moses W. Beckelman, Director General of the JJoint Distribution Committee, who is flying in from his Paris headquarters to report on the grave situation of Jews in North Africa; and others. With the UJA's 1955 campaign goal in the balance, the conference will have before it the budgets of the constituent agencies of the United Jewish Appeal—the United Israel Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee and the New York Association for New Americans. To supplement these there will be a special and much-awaited report on the findings by the 35-member UJA Study Mission that has just come back from Europe. Inquiry Forum Slated Jewish Inquiry Forum, sponsored by the Beth El Academy, will present the third in a series, "Living Judaism." Tuesday evening, Dec. 7, at Academy Hall, 500 SW 17th ave. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will lecture on "Messianic Speculations in Israel." Lectures begin at 8:30 and are followed by a question and answer period. Henry Weiss is chairman. Bruct McDaniel %  mi .-iiinuay, Jan. 10. iirsi H IC11U11 "" — | %  Refugee Families M^vlb^ToM 'No %  Immigration Authorities vey Shows Miami Forgets Needs Of New Americans *7 *v-r-^w~ -— h*rp ahove nuota limits, of 205.000 refugees, escapees Jewish Floridian Feature IS little reason for anyone to doubt that the liami community is shirking its responsibilities ithe integration of refugees here is concerned. Wf believe that the "refugee problem" is over Kit Jewish displaced persons are largely being lin Israel and "elsewhere" and that the conthroughout the globe and the establish, h State spell a similar conclusion to their |lities for people without a nation. survey of Greater Miami proves otherwise Imercial and industrial organizations here, head[ish community leaders who should know better, T>"> refusing employment to prospective Miam> <>f these leaders operate local firms with staffs [upward of 300 employees; others are expanding ^"t plants, and 4 few even intend building new bitter fact is that only small number of these men recognize the significance of the continually pressing nnedU. offer hope of employment to Jewish refugees. A need to OIICI v ignorance, for they have SlZSLVSSt themselves with the American Jewconsistentl) iatn 1 "" d j(s Rcne ral feeling that the £S7 McC^n^l^lUtjon Ac, proves damSag to the international refugee problem \Lt of these leaders have been actively enthusiastic \£\ Yethev have continued to remain innured to the m „ Jnrl o"displaced persons seeking entrance to P h r n'nited states -'and to^he Miami community. For ;j C em the question of refugee integration appears over. • • TUB EMERGENCY Refugee Act of 1953 passed L !" h rnnJreS with much difficulty and at the initiahere, above quota limits, of 205.000 refugees, escapees and expellees of European countries; 4,000 eligible orphans: and 5.000 refugees who entered the U. S. as nonimmigrants prior to July 1, 1953. According to the Vocational Service Department of the Jewish Social Service Bureau in Miami, this community was initially asked to assure employment for 12 displaced families here. The request came from the three major immigration agencies now known as United Hias Service — HIAS, United Service for New Americans and the immigration services of the American Joint Distribution Committee. Local member agencies of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a field survey reveals, assured employment to ten of the 12 families. Herbert Sher, of Royal Palm Furniture Company, subsequently guaranteed jobs to the two remaining refugee families. Under these assurances, a community accepting the responsibility of refugee integration, must make certain Continued on Paee 5B



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PAGE 6 A *Wffm"ol the wedding dinner, re .-ptiori and dance of Mi*" Marta i r uid Emaaael Sega) on Sunday. Noi H al 4 p.m. Three Rabbu officiated at the double rins ceremony The> %  at* • Shmaryaha Swirsky. Simon April, and Joseph Rackovskj The bride, daughter of Mr and I %  Fred Bernstein, of 1146 SW Mn. $trt Sluart < inrtcnlHTtf, Stuarl To Reside on Beach In a Sov 21 le Lewu Garten -•' I' • :• of Bert M Rose S %  late • -mple I -. S St I '" %  | [ aoaor \ • •. Tht antique .. % %  a-t--.. i r. •waistline The reembroidered A • |ued ai -nd the bodice \... with rr..mature ji w th sariak1d oa the lace Bee eckline (el to sleeves [auatliti and The erowi three t.erI • •-. ach The bnd* .. gradaatt of the N %  %  • liege lor Women. .in at%  -". %  .-ee at the I'm:' > I Beta Taa %  The their N M: Goldstein Reveal Carol's Marriag Baaaal the rr-arr.a/e el their '. Faaa. to lrw-x : V' P. The wedding took pUce oc Tiae*Tempie Beth Israel. York Pa Rabbi Marcus Kraaaer < ificiated at the ceremony The termer Miss Gsi*iieia is a % %  • • the laiverv F -cheater Vr Levmbook attended Wilkes Cottage .t Wilkes Barre aad re i\ed his BS degree at Tetapte I rmersity. He i a certified publi> accountant. Alter return from their hooeynjon. the couple will reside at Coaatry Club Manor. York. P* 12th ct Miami, wore an Ant. style sown of lace o\et net % %  carried a white satin Bible covert.i with a white orchid and st shower MrW. Set %  n,in Hired in a ballerina dress of row color, aad carried a There were Ukree bridesmaid*. Sandy Hollander aa Gross attired in yellow hallennaa a d Roberta rer attired in a Rreen bailer eti areas Bad I earned a butter;tj b was \\ %  Te grooa g \ • -. [ tl • k chateau lace, and f the gr aa re a >il\er lace bride waN hecko,been a resident : : •pact eight Mum; (Mr and | M .. New Jersej and ii a graduate of M High Sd He i< nf Ike I r:\er-." | he ;majoring in %  the Baw:ll be • | -v. II I S Roberta Ann Cheroer To Wed Physician Mr and Mrs. Joseph Cherner. of Miami Beach and Washington. DC have announced>W engage ment of their daughter. Roberta Ann. to Dr. Joseph I. Engler. son f Mr and Mrs. Adolph Engler Port Worth, Tex. %  ha Cherner was graduated from the Sidwell l"liaadl School m Wa>hingtn and from Sarah Lawr •Bee raliaag. where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree last June Dr Engler completed his undergraduate work at Texas Christian Iniversity and received his Medi cal degree from the Iniversity of Texas He served with the Navy during World War II and is currently with the Public Health Service in Beth tank Md The couple will be married .. n Jan 23 in Washington Mrs. Imtmntl Sejml *m taker* *, J Warren Werner Bar Mitzvah Saturday B*r aUtsrah of Warren Jay Warn of Mr and Mrs. Jules Warner. 4312 Pine Tree dr. Miami Beaih. will take place Saturday IVc 4. 11 am at Temple Dr Joseph Narot will officiate Warren is %  student at Temple %  school and in the of Nautilus Junior %  I • ion in honor of the Bar Mttzvah will be held at the \\ Sondaj from 2 to 5 pm Births Herman, Steinberg Betrothal Revealed ill he thbag, %  .. • • • • • ti \. • \lbert %  Ms. Bertnan's parents, Mr and Mr1-.. : n B. naan MS ll.lola -• announce the engagement Mr Steinbei I Mr and MrMax Steinberg. 3165 SW 18th -• The bride-elect graduated from kfiai r High School, where she wa> a member of Future Teachers of America and the chor now a sophomore at the L'nin Miami where she i> majoring in educat Her fiar.ee graduated from I'M where he was a* ir.c^-' engineering major. Recent hirlhs in the greater Mi ami area include the following: Arlette Felyce. daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Berken. 633 SW 18th a\e James. Dar> 1. son of Mr. and Mrs Abram Baker. 415 SW 18th ter. Donna Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph C.anz. 260 SW 10th st Boj born la Mr and Mrs Ben jamin Libman Bo) born to Mr and Mrs Stanlev I. Coldblatt Girl born to Mr and Mrs Karl kfuakovili (iirl bom to Mr and MrF.ii Krender (iirl bom to Mr and Mrs Harold Wiaaaar. Girl bora to Mr and Mr*. Jerome Heller. Girl born to Mr and Mrs Samuel Hagood (iirl born to Mr and MrIrwin Sayder (iirl bora to Mr and Mrs Samuel Rolle. Girl bora to Mr and Mrs Manuel Bergman Boy bora to Mr. and airs. Martin Grund Girl born to Mr and Mrs. Murray Gotthgb Boj J. Bu Girl born B Stem Boy barn Dorf: Girl borr. Hellm-r Mr indsirv, '" Dr ind K„ | -d MRJ Szold HadassaiT To View Skit Her sah will hpecial i 8. lajL I pre-| will ; ; tt f r ih< H-nniaJ Day ci Pregi the highl:. .sakt %  uta* i ing ; I Mosei Visck grarr. (.-.^ %  Si I] oil ect will rr-esentedk^ of a sk,.-i lt (, tBt| lides. 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PAGE 6 B +Jewist>ncrk*V7 i FRIDAY GLOBAL SHORTS J Yale University Eress. Fund* were contributed by New York lndustrialisULouii M RahinowiU Julian Freeman Reetected President of Jewish Council ATLANTIC CITY (WNS) — The ,. 23rd annual general assembly of South African Llliet nODOl the Council of Jewish Federations R e$ jq n$; Settles in Israel and Welfare Funds concluded here wwith the reelection to the presiJOHANNESBURG tWNS) — Subdeney of Julian Freeman, of In-, mitting his resignation, which is to dianapolis. and with the adoption take effect one year from now. Dr. of a series of resolutions, among Louis I Rahinowitz. Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregation of Johannesburg, thiweek told the congregation that he wisheto retire from the ministry and settle in I-r..cl while he -till has hifull powerthem one endorsing the statement on Middle East Policy submitted to the Secretary of State on Get 25 by 16 national Jewish organization-. A Tercentenary Feature Religion Professor Reveals Meaning of Conversion Activi Ben-Gurion Quotes Torah To American Correspondent SDEH BOKKR WNSl — Former Israeli Premier David BenGunon. in an interview with t'BS correspondent Bill Down.-, told the America reported that peace "ill come to the Middle Ka-t when the Arab neighborof Israel achieve full understanding ofl the m of broUMrbood as postulated by Torah in the cryptic but dictum "Love thy neighbor as thyself UN Truce Chief Submits Report on Near East Tension I NTTED NATIONS iJTA>—Ten sum between Egypt and 1-rael has been or.e of the "main preoccupationot Con E L M BurnUnit Nations truce chief in Palestine, according to a report he presented this week to IN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold Anti-Semitic Play Revived In German Theater BREMEN VfMS) The Jew esof Toledo, a rarely performed pgaj which containmany anti.-semitic remarks and characterization-, has been cho.-cn lor prcsen tat ion at the municipal theatre at | Oldenburg The choice of this play h.ibeen criticised t>> critic.in a numrxT of German newspapers French Premier Receives Delegates of Jewish Congress MONTREAL .JTA-—French Premier Pierre Mendes France this week received a delegation from the Canadian Jewish Congre-which presented him with a .-croll paying tribute to his leader-hip abilitieThe Premier, during the n. mentioned hifam ilierelationship with Abraham Gradiwho helped lay the foun dation ot the Jewish community in the early dayof French Can. Israel, Arab Countries Rapped on Refugees at UN UNITED NATIONS iJTA> — Israel and the Arab countriehaving refugees from Palestine were equally criticized thiweek in a report by Henry R Labouis.se who appeared before the General As-embly special political committee this week to open disru--ion of the work of the agency which he head-, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees. Kaufman Represents U.S. At UNESCO Convention MONTEVIDEO (JTA) — David E Kaufman, former IS Ambassador in Bolivia and Thailand, is a member of the United States delegation at the eighth convention of I NESCO. He represented the United States recently at the 10th Inter American Conference at Caracasj Restitufion Court Awards Property to Jewish Group NUREMBERG .JTA> — The American Court of Restitutions Appeal-, highest tribunal in matteraffecting the restoration of Jewish property in the United State/on., of (iermany. has awarded to the Jewish Restitution Sue cessor Organisation IJRSO* the disputed property of the pre Hitler congregation in the Bavarian city of Augsburg Noted Hebrew Poet Itzhak Lamdan Dies in Israel %  TEL AVIV .JTAi — Itzhak Lamdan. one of the best known conBy ROBERT GORDIS AJI (EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Gordis is Professor ot Bibl* at tho Jowish Theological Ssminery of America and Adjunct Professor of Religion, Columbia University.) In ever larger measure Americans of differing colors and creeds are recognizing that brotherhood is of the very warp and woof of American life. As in the critical days of the American Revolution. Ben Franklin's warning holds true today: We had better hang together or we will hang separately." But if the high sentiments of brotherhood are to affect the concrete i--ueand ten-ions of our time, we must remember that brotherhood ia coin with two sideWe mu-t. to be sure, emphasize the elementwe share in common Al-o we must reckon with the differences of outlook, temperament and approach which const i tute the unique elements of human personality Unless we seek to penetrate to the innermost recesses of | our brother's soul, his hopes, ideals j and anxieties, his beliefs, fears and doubts, protestations of brother-) hood are a travesty and a delu-j sion. An old-world Jewish rabbi was accustomed to say that he had learned the meaning of love and brotherhood from a drunken Russian peasant. "One day," he said, "I entered an inn where two peasants were sitting at a table over their vodka. They were already advanced in their cups and were embracing each other and telling each other how much they loved each other. Suddenly Peter turned to Ivan and said: "Tell me. 1 Ivan, what hurts me? 'How should I know what hurts you?" answered I Ivan. 'If you don't know what hurts me, how can you say you love me'"' It is to contribute to the inner understanding of Judaism by Jew and Christian that I wish to explain why modem Judaism has no missionarieFcw words -trike so deep a re> sponse in Christian hearts athe word "miiajonan It may be to time, which is recorded in great detail in the press. Missionary work is one of the most characteristic features of Christianity. Strangely enough, however, the religion from which Christianity arose, the faith that Jesus and the Apostles themselves professed, employs no missionaries. How comes it that the mother faith does not utilize this type of activity in spreading its teachings" Would it not be an excellent way to help guarantee its survival, especially after six millions of its "PP<>sed to i attitafcl •THI AMERICAN JEWISH 1654-1954' -tr-ngly held aboul fc daLsm.the.se views are.' Jewish nU m has ^ racial superiority ana ^ with the bloody'.^M "NM^Propas* I*Nor ,„ „ true ^2 unconcerned with tk, 7 mankind as a whole iwJ quite to the contrary As a matter of fact not alw.r.. The pre-entday daism toward mm both a history and a i mu-t be understood 7 ) When J. i %  n the ancient w.irJJ : "-we. CM i • > the day Foil [all pagan in character ( nized the xisteaet of i IJodaism proclaimed 'God. who was Creator(] verse and Father of ill I nationHence, all others lal-e and things of w.ithe duty ol the •the truth to turn their! .away from error. Thists] Icipal activity of the children have been brutally done j P r P net f ,he ***, question is ".„ whosc r ">8* hiw to death? The question is often asked and mistaken answers are freely offered. Sometimes it is suggested that Jews regard themselves as superior and wish no infiltration of non-Jews into their ranks. Judaism, it is often argued, is a racial or ethnic religion and is unconcerned with the rest of the human race. Like so many other opinions to us in the book of I fought against the | try of his time, duty of Israel to set the %  free from the dungeon i who dwell in darkness I prisonhou-e Israel ral light to the nations, 11 the living God. Rabbi Narot Sermon to be Distributed by AJC The Eve of Atonement sermon by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel, Miami, was distributed this week by the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish j three dav conference a : Committee to key community lead NCR AC Conferenceiel Uses of Low, ATLANTIC CITY-Stall cial scientists, scholars, Jewish community reli sionals and Jewish leaderwill gatheruM Dec. 9 to 11 under the I the special committee j ment of thi National f Relations Advisor} Co temporary Hebrew poets, died here can jungle or a low rambling bamthjs week He was 55 Born in boo house in a Chinese river valley Milynow. in the Ukraine, he came or a tent Pitched in a clearing of dark hut in the midst of the Afners throughout the county, it was vancement of Commiiat7| Oldest Congregntions Feted At Tercentenary Function NEU \ .jRK AJP — The 14 oWe-t Jewish esegregataons in Aaaer ca. founded snw to 1*40. were singled oast for special koaon daring the recent Tercentenary observance at Carnegie Hail Tercentenary medals and cstaboas were to 1-rael in 1920. Besides writing [>etry. Mr Lamdan translated into Hebrew the best known works of American and European writers including Jack London. Joseph Conrad. Paul de Kruif and Max Brod ffnW v in New Pest NEW YORK-Dr. Joseph J Sch waru. executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, an awarded to each by the Synagogue nounced here that Ellis Radinsky. Council of America and the New executive director of the United avs,-tant executive vice chairman the spectacular conversion of wellRumonia Releases No — "* "*"l JA known men and women from t.me the Australian bush. On the other hand, it may he much nearer home and take the form of a settlement house or recreation center in a slum neighborhood of our great cities The missionary may carry o.i medical or educational activities, stressing social service or youth work Basically, however, the purpose of the missionary is to save men's souls and the goal is indicated in the New Testament. "Believe in me and ye shall be saved." ., Perhaps the most widely pablicized type of missionary activity is Jewish Lenders TEL AVIV (JTA) No Ruman } ian Zionist or communal Jewish leaders have been released from prison by the Rumanian author] tieaccording to reports reaching, here These reports said that all appealby Zionists and World Jew i-h I leader* for bail have been turned down by the Run ian High Court announced by Leo Robinson. Chap *"" Objectives Thread ter president Legislation Printing and distribution of the The conference, is tat sermon was made possible through ^ nps bemg ne |,j ^ta the courtesy of Wometco theatres and station WTVJ. The 10.000 cop] las of the sermon, which deal with American .security and freedom, are being distributed as a public service by the chapter In his sermon. Dr. Narot said that "we must protect America from any possible communist treachery, but also and at the same time, from the threat of all other and equally dark, sinister, godless and tyrannical forces." Referring to the dilemna created by the threat of communism on one side and the need to secure our heritage of freedom on the other. Rabbi Narot quoted a statement from a meeting of prominent eduauspices in a continnisfi ation of the needs, methodof Jewish lationwork This oat praise th>' -ignificanee I of law and legislation a I community relations try to develop guidesfsrl by Jewish community agencies cators and clergymen -ft! part shall perish, if our side but the spirt <" and prote-t against W The emergency of I be the emergence of i THE TERCENTENARY STORY 7. The Shtarith Israel Syna< Text by DANIEL 1LAZAR Inustiwttaw by MAUWCJ j %  &f t3 .1 icrr sutAS rr_T. a*w* LFT •MASIL •SfA-ss or ewor AMO .AMMO •. Mitw AMTCROA.M Ov.tV8 '* > oud> HoTii.a atctfTON ao


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IY, DECEMBER3J9M +Jewl*tn*rirti r i iLlGIOUS DIRECTORY PAGE 3B L RA j B wiSH CENTBR>ill in, with Kabbi B. Leon Hur Uciating and preaching on for "Life of a Chassid. Kt the Oneg Shabbat followLM be Mr. and Mrs. Philip 7„ Rev. Rudolph Brill will the musical portions of the • • • tsETH ISRAEL CONGRECA[will hold Friday evening L a t 4:45 p.m. Late services [830 p.m., when Rabbi Jonah will discuss: "Jewish In" Saturday morning serv„ at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Caplan fficiatc and preach on the Portion David, son of Mr. tt,. Abraham Rosenfeld, will Bar Mitzvah. Class in Bible p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 [followed by Shalos Seudos. concludes the Sabbath obce at 5:45 p.m. • • • jlPLE SINAI, of Hollywood. bid late Friday evening servl 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi David preaching on the topic: der the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 lUbbUbnU^ &$& wi.l *fi. Mini"*!! W^'^ P f : natoondd.scuss: ^Whal Does tno lowed fc^ffta SStoJ^fbi < hill will discuss the Weekly Portion Daily services are at 7:30 a m and 5:15 p.m. Creator Want of Man 7 Saturday morning, the class in Talmud will meet at 8 a.m. Services will be at 9 a.m. Sermon will be: "Laban—Sinner or Saint." At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will conduct a class in advanced Biblical studies. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m. Mirav follows at 6 p.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m.. with special prayers dedicated to the Tercentenary of Jewish settlement in the U.S. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Cry of Religion." Class in Talmud is at 8 a.m. Bible class will be at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Sen dos under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz. %  • • •, BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday mommy sen ices are at 9 a.m. Rabbi J. Waldman will discuss the Weekly I'm tion at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m., merican Dream." Mr. and followed by Shalos Seudos, with lax Lando will be honored on Idlelighting Time flSLEV 8 — 5:11 p.m. 4th wedding anniversary. Joseph W. Malek and the Choir, under the direction Mordechai Haalman, will the liturgy. Saturday morn%  vices are at 9 a.m. Daily }g services are at 9 a.m. JLERGRANADA JEWISH JNITY CENTER will hold evening services,at 5 p.m., Leo Heim officiating. Satmorning services are at 8:30 ^hen Rev. Heim will discuss eekly Portion. Junior servat 10:30 a.m., to be conby pupils of the Hebrew Mincha will be at -9 p.m., fcil In Miiariv. • feRETH ISRAEL NORTHCENTER will hold Friday services at 8:30 p.m. Offiktallation of Junior Teen |will take place, with HerKutun greeting the youth Nion .lack Berke will inHicers Guest speaker will r Gordon Marmorstein. who cuss We Speak to You." lAbrahara Herson is schedi preach on the topic: "GuidChildren." Cantor Albert Iwill render the musical porIf the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat plow Acting as hostesses are Burns, Eva Metzger. Pearl and (elia Snyder. Saturday services are at 9 a.m.. Rabbi Herson will discuss: ^ple Able to Dream." • • • IEW ACADEMY will hold evening services at 5:15 Murday morning services are [•m. Kabbi Alexander Gross cuss: "Man—Link Between and Earth." Mincha is at followed by Shalos Seudos. mices are at 7:30 a.m. and lm. with Sunday services P*d at 8 a.m. • r H DADE JEWISH CINpll hold Friday evening serv| 8 -15 p.m., with Rabbi Henry officiating and discussing: P' Mordecai Noah—A StatesIt antor Maurice Neu will |'he musical portions of the with Lucille More directchoir. Saturday morning ar ? at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Preaching on the topic: the Giant." Junior services 1 initiated for the first time Pson at li a.m. Daily Nortb pvices are at 7:30 a.m. and 'CELLO PARK CONGRE' *'ll hold Friday evening n 5 15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Friedman act ing as hosts. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., with Sunday services at 8 a.m. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning service's are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on the topic: "From Jacob to Freud — Study in Dreams and Their Interpretation." Class in Sanhedrin will be held at 3:30 p.m. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by the Rabbi's discussion of the Zohar. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating and preaching on the topic: "A Rabbi's Commentary on J e w s in World News." Alan Sockloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Sock 1. iff, 411 Malaga. Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the topic: "Jacob Dreaming." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Max, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shapiro, will become Bar Mitzvah. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and discuss: "Is Zionism Outmoded in America?" Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Eli Samuels directing the Center Choir. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 a.m., when Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs Morton Dunn, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discussing: "Should You Look Upon Ritual As a Dramatic Symbol or as a Divine Command?" Saturday morning services are at 11 a.m., when Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jul ius Warner, becomes Bar Mitzah. • • • HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Malcolm Sperer officiating and discussing: "A Rabbi Views His Congregation." Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Ida Cortese and Bessie Novick. Saturday morning services are at 8 a.m. Jun ior services will be at 10 a.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 15 pm. Saturday morning :services are at 8:30 am, whenRabbi Akiva Chill will discuss: Dreams Reflect the Inner Personality Cantor Aaron Weingarten will renTEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 p m Late services are at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Henry Wernick officiating and preaching on the subject: "Unwavering Dreams." Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. with the Rabbi discussing the | Weekly Portion. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at | 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "Are We on the Threshold of a Creative Jewish Century?" Saturday morning services are at 10:45 a.m., when Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Komack.i 1455 Michigan ave.. will become Bar MitZVah. Cantor Samuel Kele mer will render the musical por turns of the liturgy. • • BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Man | —Key to Right and Wrong." The Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion at 4 p.m. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m., with Maariv scheduled for 5:45 p.m. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will i hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., inaugurating the 22nd series of late annual services. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss: "How the Jews Came to America." Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate and render the musical portions of the liturgy. Miriam Donnerstag will conduct the choir. Oneg Shabbat will follow, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry August and Mrs. Hilma August acting as hosts. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Jerome Gordon, educational director, will officiate. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., with Sunday services at 8 a.m. o • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with children's services following at 11. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emlyn Davies, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • &f 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. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Hyman Cohen will be host. Rabbi Ever is scheduled to discuss the Weekly Portion. Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Youth Program Slated Presentation of a youth program will highlight the regular meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith Wednesday evening. Dec. 8. 8. ID P m at the Di Lido hotel The program has been arranged by Gilbert j Balkin. 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Lav DECEMBER 1. 19S4 lo MHah Viewm: Hadassah -I Group of Hadassah will |a jegjert luncheon at the \ u hotel on Monday, Dec. 6, I) MI ... '|l lg ht of the afternoon will | av l,.( based on t ne TercenHgeeds of Freedom." includes the Mesdames Sid& George (lilman. Sam Schg 0 se Kauffman, Warner Lrg, Paul Jacobs and Oscar |(l iccompanist is Mrs. Elsie wn and director/ Mrs. Lou I icopus Hadassah jhts 'Medical Projects' Bcopus (Iroup of Hadassah r t Dec 6, 1:30 p.m.. at Beth feynagogue according to an Dement by Mrs. Leo FrutHighting Hie meeting will be I Medical Projects." pripating are Mrs. Irving chairman, Kyc Bank; David Sernaker, chairman. : .i/at ion; and Mrs. Plomson, chairman, Medical "Players Group," under the boof Mrs Eugene Friedman, wsenl .i -kit entitled, "DouBlIIIV" Review Slated pma Group of Hadassah will 1 lar monthly meeting kdaj Dec 6, 1 p.m. at Hihis Lditorium. Mrs. Nat Waldbesident, announces a book ol "Blessed a the Land," by Ears ii Hadassah ni Group of Hadassah will kn gular monthly meeting pday. Dec. 6, 8:30 p.m., at I Johnson's Restaurant, 1100 Be blvd Delighting ceremony c o m%  ting the (hanuka festival laturc a talk by Mrs. Ellis :h's Kosher Market on Beach illiuhh kosher market at %  hington ave„ Miami Beach, |equipped, the market feafelections of choice and |"' poultry and provikh. a well known Miami %  esidenl and businessman. I that Inmarket offers free fcr delivery, i-Jmittnnri&M TIE WEEK... IS I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A ideology with subversion. Reps Scherrr n-... rs again and again asked witnesL TEuESl SXS """"" munism or Russia y evcr ""' bo ks <>n com infold Sli2?X5 a^ u r inn in %  %  mind ^ th against man. It E£id^.TffjFtCZ^ "" "' man professional witness fared wellfta IS S^^fSST^ M Committee hearings this week Wj£r *T^S^, ^^ purged, nonetheless showed the iMrfc^l h H f Pk \ con,eMed "<* he politely debated w„h Re ,1 J^Tfu !"!" 2*2 and fearfully emotional reasoning as' h7departed fnm'Vi """"ST" purpose to lecture the radio audience P "" h S spec,flc PAGE 9 A Wll*' Civic League Approves Franchise Civic League of Miami Beach this week approved the bus franchise which will be submitted to the Miami Beach electorate on Dec. 14. Irving Cypen, president, said that the League "urges residents to vote 'yes' on the proposal." He said it would "best serve tin. intereats 'if the City of Miami Beach and its citizens." In a resolution signed by Cypen and Harry Zukernick, newly named chairman of the civic affairs committee of the League, the organization explained that the Iran chlae will assure ''the best interests of ihe city and its people." Registration books for voting on the 20-year franchise are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, ami from 9 to noon Saturdays in City Hall. The franchise would provide the city with an annual income estimated at around $16,000 It would replace a 30-year agreement which expired last April and which currently gives the city no income. Proceeds Earmarked for B'nai B'rith Projects Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a card partj on Dec 8.8 p.m.. at the Sans Souci hotel. Miss Edyth Fleischer is in charge and will be assisted by Mrs. Saul Tashman, Mrs Alfred Reich, Miss Dolores Turner, Miss Thelma Gor< don and Miss Marjorie Baker. Proceeds will go to the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. B'nai B'rith Veterans program. AntiDefamation League and to the Hillel Houses which B'nai B'rith support throughout the country. NEW TRUSTEE OF ISRAEL Mrs. Sarah Czech, Miami Beach, hands check to Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division of the State of Israel Bond Organization, and becomes a Trustee of Israel. A Trustee of Israel is a pur chaser of a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Development Bonds. Mrs. Czech recently won a magazine award for designing her James ave. home. Also a talented poet, she is the author of "Buy a Bond for Israel," written in connection with the current Miami drive. B'nai B'rith tidents Meet |> five pas) and present pres 1 ri presenting seven lodges 1 B'rith in the South Florida accepted a challenge to |hc number of new members by any other group jn pritli a ;, dinner meeting the Delano hotel last week. Binner was part of the curJembership campaign, and l> B'rith nilicers were guests f'l Turk, Miami Beach city nan [presidents can be a power11 helping to achieve th %  for the current campaign,"' id. I'll leaders agreed %  ( immittee in cooper* lj> the S,.„th Florida Council a mass initiation rally members signed up in "'' membership campaign ption 1being planned to P C| "1 approximately five f We termination of the i al Silver. Harold Turk Schneidermaa were con ,,(| 0) Sidney Aronovitz. [<"|lent. f„r the excellent <"d in bringing together P r of B'nai B'rith." P'nner was the first in a I -similar meetings for past l of B'nai B'rith Lodges lHa, Legal System and Biblical Roots to be Aired Tuesday Rabbi Aura ham Levitan will speak on "Our Legal System and its Biblical Routs'' on Tuesday evening. Dec. 7. in the Academy auditorium. 918 6th st Miami Beach This is the fifth in a series of eight lecturers centering around the theme. "The Bible and Modern Man." being offered on Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. by the school. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, will introduce the speaker Rabbi l.ewtan is a graduate of New York University Law School with LLB and LLM degrees He is the author of many papers and brochures on Talmudic Jurisprudence and has lectured extensively on the origins of the modern legal *>* %  tern. Rabbi Levitan was ordained by leading European scholars of the past generation, under whom he studied for many years, At present he is Rabbi of the Monticello Park Congregation 111 North Miami Beach. Eugene Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Howard. 7785 Tatum Waterway dr., Miami Beach, will become BGr Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Eu, gene is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High School and is in the graduating class of Agudath Israel. Alan Sockloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Sockloff, 411 Malaga ave.. Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 4. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will officiate. Alan, a student at the Coral Gables Jewish Center's religious school is in the eighth grade of Ponce de Leon Junior High School. He is a member of the Ponce de Leon Concert Band. .\ I'll Ml*, %  Roy Komack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Komack. 1455 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Dec. 4, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. A student at Beth Sholom Religious School, Roy is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Jun ior High School. Roy's father is chairman of Boy Scout activities at Beth Sholom. ,ntinn seven B'nai B'rith lo dges in the South Florida Council gather for dinner at the Past and P"" en P r ^ en VK^uaT clans for a mass initia tion rally to be held in six weeks, as guests of Harold Turk. Delano hotel in Miami Beach to aPF Robinson Jack Fa Ik, George Levinson. Georqe Bertman, Bernard Levine. Leo Shown standing (left to r ig ht) are Iheoaore n g wman ^ Bernstein. Gershon Miller. Edward Roth. Jerome Steinman. Walter Kovner, Harry £uxe rniL %  k Y es low, Ted Wayne, Alvin Kornblum and Ira Liberman. Seated Weinkle. Ben Rosenthal. Sidney Haskoe %  m '. Mi ,, Friedman, Harold Turk, Judge Sam Silver. Bernard New1



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PAGE 10 A -JmistifhrkMa* ZOA to Install Jonas Sunday At District Fete Annual Installation banquet ol the Miami Beach Israel Zionist DU irict will be held Sunday night, 5, ai 7 p m in the Cotallion room "i ilif I>I Lido hotel A kosher dinner will be served, according to Buriu-it Roth, chairman of the affair Fred Jonas will be Installed as president, along with the following officers Vice presidents Seymour B. Liebman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Sam Prosterman, Leo Robinson and lip Salmon; tn asurer Alei Van Straaten; recording *ecretarj i harl( Lee; financial secretary — Al Sherman; assistant financial .-. rt larj Mrs Harr) Platofl Roth will be installed chairman ol the board along with 80 hoard members The n will be rendered j Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, <>f Congregation Beth Tfilah Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader North Shore Jewish Center, will Kadish Unveiling FRIDAY. DEC£ Oneg Sabbat to Miami 8:30 p ni Grow, vii •ccordinj U) Chfl Pictured above is the committee working on the installation dinner of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District Sunday night. Dec. 5. 7 p.m.. at the Di L.do hotel. Seated is chairman Burnett Roth, and standing deft to right) are Fred Jonas, president of the District. Al Ossip. Charles Lee. Saul Genet and Joseph Alter. BUTMOIt ruwo WfflJO,' Margof] Moser TV and Brood,,, ,^1 h "UlJv* CHIIUNG ng OPENING rjtl, K| "WMkM,|,T Bo* Hit* On,1.1 f BE$UVTI0B, 84-3404 be installii • r a n d Kahhi Kr"i; i~h. of Temple !• : Sholom, will render the b< tion. Assist : R •' %  an Seymour I> Liebman, Joseph Alter Charles \l>e Rubin, Ben Appel, Charles Gertler, Sam Prosterman, Elias Gurfein, Kalman Luria, Saul enel Han Magid \i l >-%  ; Friedman, Irving Shatzman and Gil Rappaj TB Seal Sale Ahead of Last Year The dedication ol a monument t" the memorj ol the late Lucie Ka dish, formerl) of 2341 SW 5th st., will take placi on Sunday, Dec 5, l pm at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating Mrs h i survived i>> her husband, Joseph; Iwo daughters, Miss Fa) Kadish and Mrs Alice Simon, !><>th nf Miami, three grandchildren, Mrs Julianne Van Bcrke and Robi rt Simon, "i Miami, and Mrs Helen Barnett, ol Mt Vernon, N V and six great grandchildren. Arrangementi .ire in charge "i Pal mer'a Miami Monument Compan) Friends and relatives are asked i" attend An all time hiwh in earl) rontribUations from the annual TB Seal Fale was established last week m the first three days ol mail returnLebenseld Unveiling according to Walter Cook, seal -ale chairman Cook and officers ol the association met late Friday night with thi Staff I anal; n the pi ogress ol ale "Even with the interrup i Thanksgh ing holiday, our :ir-t three days mail tin>• far ahead "I the enure first week < i last j ear, he said i contributioi nd .it • 04 48 sent in b) II 836 Dade 'ountians .,d ith S8. I4tj i!8 .. %  d 4 4:si conti ibuti i the -am, date last yi ir I r T ii • Dadi i ount) ". commissioner and board : the local group, issued %  n ap| i turns While our lir-t few days show a good response still a long vay fi 125.000 nee • --.ii 5 t" carr) on our progri %  Talmud Class Opens %  i Akiva Chill ha* ;< Talmud i to be held i tl .:--.•'. the law as ; .,. ., praC' Huhbi i hill said The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Wolf Lebenseld, formerly ol 1536 Michigan ave., will take place on Sun da) Pee 5. 2 p no at Ml Sinai Memorial I'. irk Cemetery, with Ribin Morris skop officiating. Mr. Lebenseld isurvived by his wife, Sarah; .i son Ben; and two daughters, including Mrs. Ethel Ulus Ar are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friend Iced to Lear School Journalists To Visit Local Papers v idents ol the journalism i lass at the Lear School on Miami Beach are readying planto visit the major ni wspapera of the Gr iter Miami area, it was announced this week b) Mrs [da Lear, directorprincipal ol tlie -choid. The students, who arc also reIble for the school news"The Palm Breea thl) -i\ page mimeographed bulletin, will have the opportunity of talking with the staffs ,,f the and also will trrai \i-it their pre-rooms Key Biscayne Jewish Center Plans UM Theater Party Ke> Biscayne Jewish "enter has completed planfor its first theatre party on Thursday evening, Dec >i at the Ring Theatre, Universit) of Miami Ticketare still available through Mr-. Armand Davis, 4:t2 Woodcrest rd. Tickets for Concerts Available in Miami Remaining single tickets for the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's concerts this season are being released for popular sale J after Monday. Nov 29 Leonard Stokowski, along with ] other great artists, will be among ;ho-e appearing with the Inner -it> of Miami Symphony. In addition, tickets for the recital by the Budapest String Quartet are now also available at al" UniversH) ticket offices Sisterhood Meeting Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a monthly luncheon on Wednesday. Dec 8. 12:30 p.m., in the social room Ol the synagogue MrI'eter Duchon is chairman. Proceeds are for the Talmud Torah. I Air Conditia BILTM0RE PUT 151 N.I. 40ti$T._, Closing Sunday, l* lit* Ftrrdni "Hfft CAffOIOUsu F IAGIER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTB MIAMI'S MOST Bf Al/TlfUl JfW/SM IUMUI NOW 24-ttMir Ambulance Service Phone 4-4414 2*17 W. FIAGIER. 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PAGE 2 B AVaa/cf ftrrk09T FRIDAY. New AJCommittee Pamphlet Views Labor Role in Battle Against Communism NEW YORK — Long before m.t later." the AJC -turf> -!..•< Americans realized the insidious in the long run it a> thi ~ucn. M of communism, the Jewish la cev-lul i( bitter, experiment that bor movement in America defeat ed the strongest communist offen sive in the history of American labor, it is revealed in Jewish Labor in the I nited States." a brief his tun "i-t published by the American Jewish Committee The publication is the 11th in ThiN Our Home x-neon all lawll of .U'wi-h contnbu lion to the growth of the United • Their dearly bought experience in the middle • rabled the .i.ui-h trade unu>n> to be leaders in deii • • T.munist attemp" "f Amerilabor ten and twenty years Attorneys General Meet Site Change 1 enabled the iaO rtaa labor leaders ] to give guidance to the re>t of %  A merican labor :n Rl fich" against Conftnunist influence in the late Thirtuand For The Thi1enes •ducvd h> AJC s committee on education in Jewish attitudes. of which Herb, rt B Fhrmann. of .Boston %  chafcWM. and members include 1 ar Hand %  Harvard. 'r of CincirnjM. ^n -..ir.url I an W d Phihp '•' man. ali The first union to repulse the Communi-t MMadt the AJC nis„. tea DJGWU. which 'fought and defeated the commutes 121 and 1926 Oihuhich repu'sed th. jmun:ky. of the Mil linerv Workers; the late Abraham Cahan and the "Jewish Deft) For ward." of which he was the editor DKBOaij NEW YORK—Controversy over the -ite for the annual convention of the National AaSBetaltea of Attorney Gaatral eta resolved last week when the group made its second switch—this time to White Sulphur Springs W Ya The anociatioa. cancelled out of Camelback Inn. a Phoenix Am ~"~ la oeetJu before the chedlOUth Aliyah f eatured 8 caeveetioa nf ia i i a^ Tuesday Function i \nti Defamation League %  .-i Bnth revealed that the ntained a discriminatory t p.'lic> barring .!>• The new ii %  nbrtor, a white Iphur S: rt hotel In Pbocaiz. Hmelback Inns ifing director. Jack Stewart. ., quoted saving he had been Ktfcmc prev-ure from the n League to chaDCC ir BOIICJ "f ertiaa He We respect the right of the at! >rne>general to make this deci.ii it" cancel out ju-t a we had ped the) wciuld respect our -ht !< %  run our min business, and jr own business policies — ~~~~~~~~ Hear) Edward SchulU. ADL naNaORli HadaSSah HJI chairman, denied that the .•• h-d pressured Camelback n. I R Goodman Group of Hadas -jh will meet Tuesday evening. Dec T. 8 15 p.m.. at the Riu Plaza BOtaL according to Mr Alfred Karg. president Yoath Aliyah will be featured project under the chairmanship of MrBen Snyder and Mrs Sam Caplan In honor of Jewish Book Month. Mr and MrGer-hon S. Miller will dramatize portions of the book Treasury of Jewish Folklore." by Nathan Ausubel. A < hanuka ceremonial will also take place Salks Named President Of Ben-Gurion Branch In :• 5 -n named the Ben-Gun.>n a reS Burn MrBlanche I D Bilil public rman, and Rubin %  ; Thwill meet on Wed Dec 8. at frth %¡ I ... > nwartzman Duraaa "1 Jewi-h Educ.it mr. will di Tht Accomplishments of 300 Yearof Jewi-h Life in America." ~ Naaati Group of Hadassah is -lating its second annual smorgas' bord dinner-dance at the Miami Pioneer Club. 250 NW North K:vi-r dr. on Sunday evening. Dec. B 7 30 pm Mrs IX>n W Stuart and MrMaurice Simmonare cochairmen of the affair rtabbl loaaoh L Rackoraky MS Michigan A*anoa Miami Baach Pfcooa SUM Members of the Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association of Greater Miami have elected Edward S. Klein president. Serving with Klein will be Robert Traurig. vice president; Julian Benjamin, executive secretary; Peter Morris, secretary; and Gilbert Schwartz, treasurer. Among projects for the year will be the construction of a Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house on the University of Miami campus. Eugene Istomin to be The "third pair of University of Miami Symphony Orche-lra coq ; certs, with John Bitter, conductor, on Dec 12 and 13. WiH have Eugene Istomin. pianist, as soloist Returning to the States in the autumn of 1933 after the Prades Festival and other European appearances. Istomin embarked on a crofca country tour which included his sixth appearance with the New Y.>rk Philharmonic Symphony and engagements with the orchestras j of Philadelphia. San Francisco, (hi cago. Detroit. Montreal, and Can-1 ton. O. j %  County Tax Assessor Announces Filing Dates Renewal returns taken to the I Office this week include 109.575 homestead exemptions and 15.862 widows, veterans and disability renewals, according to word here Filing dates for all county tax returns are Dec. 1 through Apr 1 If renewal homestead exemption forms do not arrive before Dec. 10. County Tax Assessor John Gautier urged residents here to contact his office in person. New applicants, Gautier revealed, must come to the office to file, they must have proof of ownership, must be legal residents and must be living in the property on Jan 1 Soloist His New Yark V *>W Pccurttd"*' during the newsp,^^ a later summarv. ,h, m Herald Tribun. r< mn pretation of the ^ Pan., (oncerto TfcT j Timeremarked on £ enthus.asnv when h, the San Francisco f^L_Concerts are sche^ta! day and Monday SL P ; m at Miami Be^S Coont) Auditoriums. Miller Electric Co. Quality Con! and Senric* 820 S. W. 4a St Phone 9-2477 STORE OR MOVE THE MODERN WITHERSWAY r. Stt r Haw M NAT GANS Ph. 3-461* 4-fMI LIU INSUfANCf NffOS M*trelitaa Ufa las er— c t Ca. •07 •;.,.. tide.. 19 W. Fl,lr| {^a^te M ji 0 :n' ij Oni :l III ttalh'i li [i 11 a a c i • On' it Dir v ^UA^Ufl^WA^ is-^v-^-^^! GORDON ROOFING AND SHEH METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22d AVI. 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I DECEMBER 3. 1954 +Jew!stin*r*tlar} PAGE 5 B vey Reveals Miami Forgets The Need of New Americans Continue from P.* IB -djlta !" i* W,,ru< uflH ^^ ^ ^ [H c ... .Ik! ib >prn'n exfeti, that the assurer is a. tonal Stover that other workers will not be displaced by fence of displaced persons into the local employ LM that the proffered employment is permanent Rnite in duration and that the terms and conditions jovmcnt arc not substantially less favorable than ('workers similarly gainfully employed. UNITED Hias Service leaders feel that Miami can inore displaced families, and they are now asking Uunity I" assure employment possibilities for an lemy Launches laign Sunday Lien for the seventh annual L n d journal <>f the Hebrew lv will be launched at a Li Sunday. Dec. 5. 10 a.m., tils auditorium. [,,. MI more than 200 work-1 Isisting of directors, par l members, will attend the Iffair. %  dinner, according to Herkenberu. executive director [cadomy. will be held at the hotel. Sunday evening, njunction with the dinner, dual pictorial journal and ok of the Academy will be d. Major fund raising projJournal is sponsored by Academy Women. Chairllfrs. Irving Firtel. assisted s \ Goodman, co-chairKynote address will be defby Rabbi Jonah Caplan, of Israel Congregation. His kill be The Hebrew Acadpd Miami Beach CommuBinilcr. president, will anJdclitional 12 wntout su C H a^nrBjices th** JArfcfl'did fe ^S'lr.'r b roughl here ^'Siw ihT.!, \,h • heartbreaking backgrounds regarding r e |iT, h n C ^ rP i V S, ', e c he W**S a new and iree aie in the I nitcd States eachTa 25/S ta f RKCd „ With |P*I numbers, but nttvs ,,,.". iK, f r whom n P e u ln '"is commamln n w • S N R2386 is ,y P jcal A **dwer, the Nation On n M H n 8 ln „ V la Sa Vi Ma, ywa '" a !" ncenorced l,h P ,T S ,£?'" War "' Where he wa d in* ri1 r r "*"*> %  hp '"veled through Austria ,„d Germany In 1947, he illegally entered Italy. "ere can he g o now? What will he do? Subject to v Uifi. entranc^ undV5tfce Refugee Belief Aetf he can 'i>nl> get a chance for a new life it a Miami employer will as sure him a job. Local manufacturer Max Jacobson, of Stylecraft Bags, has already accepted the responsibility Of underwriting this man's security, through the simple expedient of promising him a job. But it is a sad fact that other Miamians in commerce and industry have not followed suit, and the fate of the 11 remaining families hangs in the balance. And this negligence persists despite the intelligent stipulation of United Hias Service that "it is nonsensical to expect an employer to retain an employee who becomes ill or who is incompetent ." Mirell Exhibit to Stay On Through Dec. 24 Mirell Art Gallery. 18 Anthony trcade, Coconut Grove, this week announced that the gallery's current show will be held over until Dec. 24. On exhibit are such noted painters as Karl Zerbe. David Shapiro, Howard Mandel and Ruth Gikow. Gallery hours are Monday, Tuesday. 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,y DECEMBER 3. 1954 lhaftitf. Lcvranl ia „ge Vows, in [jlfljohl Kill's [double ring candlelight cerel n Thursday, Nov. 25. 5 p.m. Ebelbnrne Hotel. Miss Sheila irbaftig, daughter of Mr. Max Warhaftig. 1481 Bay CllM th bride of Murray son ill Mr and Mrs. Jack ,1341) Flamingo way. Rabbi iKn.in-h. ol Temple Beth officiated, assisted by Canbiirice \lamches. [man was Norman Goldman. L honor Sandra Warhaftig. r„[ the bride. Ingirl was Sharon Cohen, of %,] L'shers included Norfcoldman, Fred Diamond. ; Lloyd Wucher and Brn'ikkgmatrons were Mrs. Norloidmai Mrs. Marvin Sch, ami Mrs Kr'd Diamond. Iladys Greenblatt, brides David ('"hen. maternal ither of the bride, of in. N Y flew in for the wedbrnlr selected a gown of imchanlillv lace, fashioned Ifltted bodice, Queen Anne long sleeves to wrist point nil bouffant floor-length the underskirt was of two I (> f pleated nylon tulle. Her French illusion veil was in ,i crown of matching |d I pearls. She carried In a i irsage. bride is a graduate of Mi^&It££ton PAGE 7A Mrt, Murray Ltvrant ami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida The groom is also a graduate of Miami Beach High School and spent two years in service. At present, he is attending the University of Miami and will receive his degree in January. Formal dinner was held at the Shel borne following the ceremony. The couple flew to Havana for their honeymoon and will make their home in Miami Beach. X Jt'^i K %  Mil! Dorothy Bilker Brams Plan februarv Rites in will be the wedding %  OsR Dorothy Ua Balber ne M Brams. ndecl.ct is the daughter nd MrJoseph J. Balber, 25th ter. (rentwill make a formal (rmm of the engagement Dec 15. on their 25th I anniversary, lalber i> a graduate of MiDr High School and is now a:i secretary. lamithe son of Mr. and }lph lirams. 1441 SW 14th |s graduate of Monticello •I, Monticello, N. Y., and in Miami for the past |r|OA3LE DOMESTIC HELP *B^E DAY WORKERS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE '•'M Phone I MOi l*E OENBERQ. Own. Mil Sara-Lee Mttlin Sara-Lee's Betrothal Told by Merlins Cocktail party guests Sundaynight learned of the engagement of Miss Sara-Lee Merlin and Bernard Stanley Bordman. The bride-elect's parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Merlin, entertained in their home at 1815 South Miami ave. Mr. Bordman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Bordman. of Kansas City. Mo., are here for the announcement party. Miss Merlin is a graduate of Miami High School and of Stephens College. Columbia. Mo., where she | met her fiance on a blind date. He formerly attended the University of Missouri. Both are now attending the University of Miami • •401 | nor Cfiesed Shel fmess to Meet Mrs. Israel Goldbergpresident of the Sisterhood Cbesed Shel Emess, has announced that a meeting of the organization will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 1 p.m.. at Congregation Beth El. ANNOUNCING THE 61 AND OPINING ON OtCIMM 1st Palm Caterers THE NEW, MOOCRN CATfMNG HAH 2230 N.W. 14th STREET (Kossuth Hall) UlZlfVG IN JEWISH-AMERICAN fOOD AT ITS BEST P**tr Professional Supervision-Parties fr.m 50 to 500 |VMi .1 $.,., N-cHwit# iicMta, weddings • %  Mr Mitivefce *'• Available for AftMMM ImciMM Parties "•ly Air Condition** 1 • Cckt.il Bar • 0"*** l "l Professional St.,• f M Ston tmi IntortoliiaMajt 0ST REASONABLE RAUS IN THE SOUTH '". Tea ftecidf, Chr. Ui A CeH CATERERS PH. M1151 fr.m 11 .. to 3 P-PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mr and MrMoe Berlin, of New Vork. are winter guests at the Shore Club hotel, rhev are being entertained by Mr and Mrs Harry •'• Son/, Mr md M r -. |. ouls Ma kovsky and Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Newman Mr and Mrs. Jacob Balk are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Dick Sirkin spent the Thanksgiving day weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. at their North Bay rd home. Dick is a rtudent at the University of North Carolina, A member of Pi Lambda I'hi fraternity, he is advertising manager of the daily Tarheel. tS •?, .A. w Mr. and Mrs. George Kronengold. of George Kronengold Travel Service, have just returned from an extended trip to New Orleans. Los Angeles, San Francisco. Hawaii and Las Vegas. Kronengold, a former Officer and board member of the American Society of Travel Agents, Inc.. attended the 24th annual world travel congress in San Francisco. Highlight of the trip was their voyage on the SS Lurline from Honolulu to San Francisco.


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PAGE 8 A +Jmist>ncrkBt*n FRIDAY. D ECO!**, Chest Campaign I Adds $162,357 r(immunil.'re*hc*t cam _n had abiggi -i report T i j noon dace the opening lesli nial dinner Volunteers ol the i -• B Industrj Division S I and Division "A" wort this week an additional S16&357 to push the Ba I Feather i -i total i" 1819.832 tor 81 percenl hi -' goal lion's topi tl r i IHI pen i e report i • ring • n 23 big Dadi %  %  [tie l' derati • h the Chi will c y Divisini I i the top this %  %  Hialeah Center Plans Groundbreaking Sunday that Sui %  | S Fidelmon Reveals Ca i Pa "* Sunda ., Dr Stein Sisterhood of the IsTllflaVftflV^ AMrCrtftQ raelite Center is. sponsoring.a card %  Newf __• pTJTtv s „ n(1 A 7 ^n p.m.. atTheTenred ., Center meeting Twiaday (5*4, Ci;.s FWel"" • | M t m. Theme <•( the meethig will +• the lewis* wttlemeBt in ,, nd ridelman n.r Florida Sena%  will be guest i; Lyons, I '• naejnber, Uaoontbe lelsMUi -."i will he ilavsky. spiritual • for the eveHebrew School Meeting There will be i regular meeting [Mian Hebrew School and Con• n vv< dm sdaj evening. Dec •8pm % ill, arsenics HOTEL 1741 Coll n Ait., Miami Beach Dining Room Now Open Serving Koiher cuitine ondir the stricletl oeriion ol Hie well hnawn orthodox Rabbi MoschcloH. Only the bett foot's will be itrvea 1 We art orferina for a limitti limt: 2 for! COME FOR DINNER, A"3 YOUR CUKT AJ "'JR "" AT NO IXTRA COTT For Reiervotions call carl/: S8-5713 ^-v^-v^-^-s^~^Ben fssen Hibiscui Lodge to Honor Ben fssen Saturday Eve i I \M I %  i i JOES on the Boulevard Our Specialties SEAFOOD CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS US CroWed Prime Beer CXKTAIl HOUR KING SIZE DRINKS FREE Hart a"oorot OPEN Till S A.M FREE PMkiJK FUllY AIR CANDITIONB PIANO INTERLUDES PRIVATE DININC 'Boons Anila*. HOST: BUNNY FAIMEt PHONE: 2-6337 PHONE: 3 6S8 1751 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD /W*V—WWW*N~' rf WWWW^I II IIASNIvVS KISI \l liV\l SPECIAUZINC IN CORNfO Bfff ant PASTRAMI SAKWflB • Complete Luncheons from 85c • Complete Dinners from 1.3S BANQUET AND PRIVATE DINING ROOM AVAILABLE TO THE Pttt | FOR SOCIAL AND CARD PARTtfS On fh* Trail Phooe I J7I7 S.W. Btb Street '/H/Hfi2/SfS/S/S/H/ST& 2JSJ&BJ i/£Z/H.'H/H/Z?/2=. • i %  %  • i • i • • i %  • > %  i • i • i • i • • • i SAM DEUTCHS 0 • i • i • i • i • • 11 • i • i • • i 11 • i 11 • • STRICTLY ^12?D K0SMER CHOICE and PRIME MEATS, POULTRY and PROVISIONS 953 Washington Ave. Miami Beach HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY ATTHf LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Will PREVAIL i i • i i i i • i ii SU*u>eai* Good Food 1225 Washington Miami U*t !• • t i i • t • i !! • i • i • i • • i • i • i • • i Co-oJefeJy Air Ceooii.ooeo' KOSNII RESTAURANT • IIICATISH A awtpa IifwHewaa M awriaf Preosort Complete 7 Co-no DMMSOTS (free Wooe, Settler oi K .**• Detkatesseo) to To*t He*** ^, 114 WASHINGTON AVf. OPPOSITE CITY NAIL %  %  3 OMI. Doily II a.m to • p.m. J if you are econcmically inclined WATCH OUR DAILY SPECIALS. For reasons oi I petition we ccranoi print our prices here. BIG SURPRISES and SACRIFICES TOGETHER • | WITH AN UNRESTRICTED SELECTION FOR YOUR CONVENIENT CHOOSING AWAIT • !YOU TAKE ABy ANT AGE OF TMEHE NtVIX.s f MOW 0 • I %  Hyman's Kosher Restaurant SovTio* la* Fi-isf **-e COOAOOAWo* Complete Dinners 1301 COUIUS AVENUE, AniABtl BEACH rro> $U M** 1 All Kinds of Koskered Poultry Such as TURKEYS CAPONS LONG ISLAND DUCKS at their best right now for the Holidays Phone 58-4744 or 58-0221 For Free Delivery • i • !! • • • t • i ii ^JBfsmrsfHmmjmsmjrBJsmrmBfHrsmiamfF CATERING DIVISION roe Att sm PAATTHI RISTAIJA] KOSME8 STYti J • w :y;?ch5S5 170 H. W. RHfc ^j



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DE CEMBERJJ954_ +Jewlstrk*irto*n PAGE 5 A are Expected ilin Ceremony 80 f l"" 0 persons.are ex-rttend dedication cereE,i„. vblin Memorial unit I„,sh Home fr the Aged L pec l" 2:30 p.m., at Gardens, wording in Florida to be apefstructcd and equipped for |and incapacitated aged. It p I double bedrooms 12 persons. | U i ii \i Arvey, d llirsch I and Kurman were in (he Ablin Memorial lasl year which thi construction of I lernbaum. Jack Carner and in leaders "f the nittee, which super|h.. construction. General I, v.. i: i'ii ITurchin, .man's Hotel ins Dec. 7 nti | Miami Beach's f, resort, will o p e n 11 •< T. completely rekl and n furbished, fcrlj Ihc famous Lord Tarlclldman's now is owned by | -ph Waldman V be operated under Plan, with strict dieProud of the new Ablin Memorial i nit of the Jewish Home for the Aqed are (left to right) Dave Phillips. Abe Kurman and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who sparked the Ablin Fund campaign last year and played a leading role on the building committee. Beth David PTA Plans 'Do it Yourself Program The program will feature a "do il yourself" Chanuka workshop Songs will be taught by Ron! lly, „ j „,„ ,. man Appropriate decorations will On Monday evening. Dec. 4. at ,,,_,. ... be demonstrated bv Mrs David 8:30 p.m.. a regular monthlv meeting of Beth David PTA will be held I Pames. Games WltD audience parin the auditorium, with Mrs. B. 1 ticipation will be directed by Jack Schreidell presiding. Brown. Sisterhood to Mark Beth David Day Beth T)avid Sisterhood will observe annual Beth David Day on Wednesday, Dec. 8, with a series of luncheons, teas, card parties and evening affairs at the homes of the following members: The Mesdames Milton Friedman, Jerome Weinklc. Harry August, Max Handshu. George Keller. Hyman Mack, Harry Finhorn, Richard Harold, Sydney Kaplan. Herman Snkolow. Michael Covin and Sam Badanes. Mrs [sidor Cohen and Mrs. Max Bergman are co-chairmen. Pioneer Women Leaders Slated for Radio Talk Mrs. Yi Stokesberry will be hostess on her "Queen of Clubs" promam to Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations, and Mrs. Irving Pearlberg, cultural chairman lor Council, on radio station WQAM. Wednesday afternoon. Dec, 8th. 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Pushkin and Mrs. Pearlberg will describe the new border settlements that the Israeli working i women's council are converting from frontier outposts into estabI h-hed villages. Zukernick to be Committee Head Appointment of Harry Zukernick as chairman of the civic affairs committee of the Civic League of Miami Beach was announced this week by its president, Irving Cypen. Z u k ernick. a Dractising attorney, has been ac,ive in civic affairs during his JO years here. He has served as president ol the Miami Beach Bar Association, t h e XMeriHck ,. 1V1C u a} ue of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith and the YM & WHA of Miami Beach. He is director ol the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County and a former chairman of District Welfare Board No. 9, on which ha is currently serving as a member. Installation Saturday Mizrachi Organization of Greater Miami announces an installation of officers on Saturday evening, Dec. 4, 8 p.m.. at Royal Hungarian re* laurant. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS 7 CHOICE iM %  II ol the modern fire132 rooms have been I' in d refurnished, ac| lu Ihc new owners, and a > %  oi ui has been built | \i room, which overblishment's garden I m, named after Al Jolson, will continue to •In Waldmans Yiddish stage stars In \ known cantors will [ ioom during the sea on, a traditional night dinner will be giv nd national religious i and members of Hated with Waldman will be uel and Morris, andHaw led I.ancle.man and Berkowitz, Hiaddition of the Lord In. the Waldmans are now tlv biggest kosher hotel jr> m the United States. P"> operate the Victor hotel. leach, and the Murida hotel, peach. N y ton Dwiqht Takes |af Bilfmore Thtafre lhan Dwight, well-known fork producer, announced ek he will be manager and I *'!• ol the Biltmore Play-1 In Miami, He replaces Miami I '< Sam llusch jht was producer and vice |!nt ol the country's largest • theater, the Gateway PlayJnear Atlantic City, N.J., ( pie t minded four years ago. student at the University pornia, he won fame as an Playing varsity football. •all and tennis.-Later he atl' 1 1 Pasadena Playhouse and H'ared m ever 50 movies, phi will continue the policy King top stars in top attracF I he local playhouse. How pollutions will now run for ek instead of two, with emIon recent Broadway hits Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! 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PAGE 4 A MfcMMwUM rJenisP FIcriJian Published every Friday sine* 1tt7 ky the Jewish Flcrioun at ISC N. E Sixth Street Miami 1a. Fierlea Entered as second.class ma'ter July 4. INC. at the Poet Oft>c# ol Miami Fla.. under the Act of March J. UT. The Jewish Floridian has absoroea the Jewish Unity • nd the Jewish Weekly. Member af the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National EditSHai Asaooat'On. Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLTN ..... News Editor They're at it Again Almost from the end of World War II it has been apparent to observers that the restoration ot Germany as a military power was regarded as a necessity lor the West. The advent B cold war with the Iron Curtain world apparently heightened that r.eces.Even in an atmosphere o: possible CO-ej ence with the Soviet Union ar.d its comrr. dominated satellite oat s need oi o Germany to bolster Europe s forceid of Russian ideology boa seemed of par-ve.T.mer.t No ma view %ve take of this policy I is cleai S orm an y must subee%  '.: %  mean a revitalised type r NEver, il we entcaiain I srly oak as oi Ge:>pean del (uses The T:~ renunent has beer, wrestling ies Bismarck. • ies in lest 70 years u to p e an defense %  • and no i %  then susO is a member c: the %  Foi ther* hai -er. we ••'red H Ind. as we seighi %  •••%  • Ze:. %  barman 3 %  '• Get n MBK was %  2 numoe! :• a minsliail end ze i Z-;:~\ Gem rs earbei I vem %  ishina _s mat we can see BO BOa among the Germans anywhere. The l.ur.lci, is ShilMil last weak of anotkei c Ld --. ike world peace Mgana ly made a move towa rd ckxrif] MOB :-?'.-ze-: lor bat ioado as kave refa roochide peace arrai State. A raaohiban railing jpos the Arab %  pro** oaks fa refugee • lenders regard : m a rebuke to the I BBatsai to brad -?..eve tl war:.I aid iauaad ret) ied with vicious Mocks EaQ^noai Israel echoing Ge: b deposed dictator of Egypt who had called the Jewish State a —.aljgnar.t growth. But :t is QSrtO r .e that the true details regarding Arab refugees has been brought to light The some 800.000 homeless aoule who fled Israel when the Arab League OFFICE and PLANT -120 N. E. Sixth Street Telepho nes 21 Ml — 2-8212 The Jewish FV.ri.1 an d.-i not guarantee tfct Ka.hruth of th e merrhandi^ a.Uemee.1 In lie .-olumns tSM SUBSCRIPT One Vear *' PO ON RATES: Two Years During H | | %  y LEO MINDUN *• I ATTENDED hearings of the Hous Friday. December 2, 1954 Volume 28 Number 48 ettk them In sny case. Kislev 9. 5715 mittee in Miami early this week. Notes I h a*. ric,l > An lafS are voluminous, and even if it acre ft "f*^ OitU the two or three most significant occurren, ",!? ,or, *U the sessions. I should find this column m.,,^""*^ attocked the ..-.far.: Jewish republic in 1948. the UN has finally learned, were not refugees at anocenl victims of Arab propagandists who c.slodged therr. with false threats of Jewm and who have failed, since then, to do anything about the miserable condition they have been living. The extent to which members of the United as oxe now cognizant of this situation may be measured by a remark of Piene Ordonneau. French delegate who told the Arab league that I not proceed to integrate its own refugees :z:e a situation in which interna%  --" ~ ese refugees will cease. simply means that the Arabs will no : re able to use the refugees as a propawhip against Israel, doing nothing the rest of the world lit-: ::• •-.err. through the United Narks Age:. Finding* I Encouraging A Terrer.ter.ory New York City aaak revealed the interesting results o: a :• should go a long way toward disag scrr.e of A SlibBlhllissil by many •OCkl %  e on more than one QCCai .e jp with pess.rr.istic conclusions :---:e ot the American Jewish commun % %  'ews ..-. the United s overwr.elrr...-.^--. wish to retain their rewii -.• They also conclusively indicate that Ibkl ces.re .s strong enough to conXSBf cbs'acle to assimilation. US thai (base t.r.d.r.as go hand-m %  tre.-er. -ecse ..-. the num%  centers throughr.cr. -s we., as with the number of us instruction of : we n ase in p mid -he ... ore >etsofpeeani -rial scientists reported at Ike Conterenre on / m J w;sh Soc : wme time cause us I e excessively juhtla M ^ be ace ed m the ler of Jewish ... re adequate expression symbol a -r.teri ce activa >*.,, parucipatior. 1 .s a passive land of tJiing at best Unul enter, of kwish learrung and Q --•aeor^ig with eager participanu. we can hardly teal that tr.e American Jewish conn" .s truiv vnaL The Tercentenary findmg, me un6oilbte< to Miami as -friendly Congressional witn. .„.. %  £," ** daily press especially to our afternoon m.tron!.. whose facility for sensationalizing and whose mTN well ad tusted in that regard. "" %  ""Il vt, I sat at a table immediately behind (be u „,,.., „ the committee s platform. In the middl. n D. „' hiriKht were Reps. Scherer and Clardv all R,„ k M members M.uilder and Doyle were seated left <,l *• "• came with a statement read by Mr Velde m whlrtV*! purpose of the Miami hearing and lh f a| gatmn *anot being held -on the mere whim or !" awsaaan. This aas followed by a setttn mto Z T mittee's nuthoritv Public Law oi P<1 ..,.,i bv j?w| calling ior study of the extent, character and oniJ?/ activity, the diffusion attain the is ol wbversaeTlw' t. the government for needed tegul \ with communism here nft i It aas almost v H Mr Vekte Imi •,„ lnia] l curt and well he might, what with ^ apparent STOSd effect of Saaete con, ^1 UK geaaral lame duck character of tl M fJ Velde soon will be deposed as chairman and th< dominated leadership as a result of tho N .vember electL^ai ferent sort of inquiry atmosphere so. Ae J !" • e e MY ESSENTIAL interest lay ,r. rnembtrs^i mittee and the fortunes of attain tj pea. I ; t0 w cratic committee members were frequent!\ more toleraUaal oi the rithts of those who testified a: Republit7! Ies, patience and less sympathy in this regard It mutbt that there were noteworthy exceptionbut R*| ibtimlla in point On a number of aBesakn rtvalryttaai n aho sought Kifth Amendment in %  '-ce iaai an attorney had no power to again his Cnaai a question because it would, as the wit crt*! in a chain of evidence against n Q u estion i ng the integrity and an; • rMy k d that he refrain from "pati tat sal witneai Mr C lardy also came forth uD| ^ r another witness, in discussing hi< expem I uusetioaa and ideology, referred • • intfrestni "an effort in participate in the intellect.. [a s,^( univerMty campulaars once aas a time, the witne-s is >n nwl man Thomas and Earl Browder freely tpp*-. %  .:• %  : jt th# li.^ Norta Carolina to address student* on selitii sadiatL attended these lectures This, he in-, : % % %  :. per^l munist identification But Rep Clard\ u '"i.n roundly abused the witness It remainI rarely t xpressive Democratic Rep Moulder I '-ipre" toi ung of the issue of intellectual freedom for the position of the witn. e e s ON ANOTHER occasion when the eomn rttee asked an munis' who was testifying for the B* • r.ime dents who had been members of a comr -latal changeable and talkative Democratic Rep D • ho asai tacse psraan. perhaps since totally di' ibwssj and actiMty, might be irreparablv harme.i art f* such easss of assttkaM taken by conben dafj traced to general part> lir Th< | are sina, as I remarked (: %  aas BJ D>yle and Moulder — es raaM>-cnaseJoas to the point of embar abi! utdat phone aa lecturer' pulpit for the purp' • m \ when the> were not necessary Thi-t>pe of party philosoph> -p!i' ^ rapsn face • Mr \ i Ides quiet but firm h*n implication, those accorded to witneser. it increasing extent to which individual t".>njr> 1^ have been taking matters Bat **_Sl| aspect of tho Miami investigation '-" &f • "*! virtuaUj put his committee on record as being is P** as in a sene> of equally f: One caaaot, without a mixtu-talzia aaS a spectacle in which men are asked to in: rs r! *_Ly' capable of hindsight at fea-t SS tsi • : „ wh.n we approached with contempt the informeriauie The shock of recogr. "ur own day heaps public prai-e |"L turned government witnesses — a most literate "'•••JM denta ha appearance here of Edwin Waller and W \ indicated ^^al Thidilemma, created by our genuine hatred ** bj our desire for ail the information that caa bay a our midst, and oaar simultaneous equally iisaar %  the informer is hardly vitiated when we are at the if l ^n ed with attacks against intellectual' freedom There "V^ s] the argument of intellectual freedom in communist ami^ carried to the pornt of absurdity But I charge that "" irresponsibly identified honest intellectual coeaio*rsn Cswriestii d ea r*esa 9A



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DECEMBER 3. 1954 [LEGAL NOTICI "^NDER FICTITIOUS %  %  I'J'TH ,ir.M'R(.MAT. t fK?k ..I th' Vlreilll <-ourt of E UNDER FICTITIOUS CiiVil. desiring to • %  >* %  << %  3 Iund.T tilfUtltlOUS MHIllO Of l-ikl •. INSTRUCTION, at '"Sill T-rrace, Miami, her' „ ,,, ;,„! num.' wit), "ftli,Cln-ull Court of Dade •"pRANTKH ZIKOWSKI BCOKNE ZUKOWofO [},',r ZukoWKkl c,ntimtion i — i! a LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. __— NAME LAW _NQTVHIlS IIKHi:i:v JM -Jewlst Fhrldlia n LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 7 B ,N n^ N J^,. J yP 0E S' COURT irBiNK^s^.u^^nV^ at KM5 N.E. 6lh Ave.. Miami „,'. n,i to rcKlKK-r SHI,I nanif with the <"lr| of th* Circuit Court ,,f | U ,|, I rloriaa. MORTON l KAY EARL It CALVERT Owner* BEN BS8EN Attorney for Api>liadCounty, and file the aame la their offleea In the Count) Courthouse in Iiade County, hlorlda, within eight calendar monthi from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the l-Kal adilr-aa of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented sal,l, or aame will be barred Date November IS. A |i I'Ci IDA TOUNO As Kaecuti i\ of the Last Will and Testament of DAVID rOUNO, Deceased. BEX B88BN Attorney for BxeCUtrlZ 11/19-26 — 12/3-10 NOTICE have hid our DISCHAROE llelel,> Klven that We il report and petl' i iicAr ,"'""• 1 llliU on the ."ih oaj of December, IK4 we will fPDly to the Honorable FRANK B u mi, Hondaif,,, app,„v„] ,,f said final report ami for final discliame a ftS 1 HB^TMR 4 -^ '"K *"""of ii '.\ iir.n N KR, dei-eased riii.. tjrd iiuy of November 1*54 PETER .1 DL'BINHKY /t BERNARD MARDER li"\ M.l: C MANNHBIMER Attornej foi Administrator! 11/26 — II 1-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34066-B In Re: KSTATK oF BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL, Decea sea To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. mav have as ilnsl the estate of RKRTIIA FISCHER KENDALL, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within elirht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Hald claims or demands to contain the leeal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or aame will be barred. Date November IS, A.D. IM. ANNETTE KENDALL KATZOFF As Administratrix of the Estate of BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL. m De< %  %  -< ,| ET.RT STONE Attorney for Annette Kendall K itzoff 11/16-26 — 12'3-10 flRCUIT COURT OF THE ICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 5F COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN IRV No. 174033 ,I.l:i:i:r Plaintiff I ItT Defendant ICE or PUBLICATION RY U.ftERT i, known U:K HEREBY NOTIFIED i 1 <•• 'omplalnl for divorce • i i on. and ion ,-..iv ,,f your ,!,, on I'lslnHffs attorney, 'EN 1,1 Sevbold ItulldltiK. 1 file the orltrlnnl thoffice of the Clerk of III Court on or before the 13th i i otherwise the : lull of Cnmolalnl k, onfessed affalnst you. %  this sth day of November, F B T EATHFRMAN, clerk Clrenlt C.uoi !' \\\l W STOCK I NO, Deputy Cleric 6FN I'-M I'"r I'l.intlff IK — I NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34057-B In Re: ESTATE OK" RI.'TH LEVIN, also known as RtTTH R LEVIN Deceased ToAII Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agsinst Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, pr either of -vmi. mav have asainsi the estate of RCTII LEVIN, also known RI'TH I! LEVIN" deceased late of Worcester County. Massachusetts, to the Honorable County Judge* nf Dade Countv. and file the same In their offices In the Counts Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within elitht calendar months from the date of the flrat publication hereof Bald claim! or demands to contain the legal undress of the claimant and to iwont presented %  iforesald, or same •rill be barred I Mte November 1", A D IR54. BLRT STONE As Anclllarv Administrator of the Bstnte of RCTH LI:\IN also ki RUTH B LEVIN >%  11 \'.'-::a II llfl IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 32435 B UK ESTATE Ol PHILIP HHLACKMAN, Deci used NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni 11 li r. ihereb] given thai I have filed my rlnal r< poi t and petition for Final Dlsi hargi %  %  ator of late of PHILIP BHLACKMAN, deceased: and lhal on the !7th da) of December, 1154, ill apply t,, the Honorable FRANK B DOWL1NO, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and lot final discharge as Administrator of the Estate ,,f pinup BHLACKMAN, deceased. Tins 24th day ,.f November, i.",4. MORRIS BHLACKMAN, Adlniuistratoi MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Administrator 1I/J6 — 12/3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.IVKN that the tindei'signetl,'doelf-lng (d'engage In ',!l,*. l "? ss under the fictitious naina of MAN LEV IMPORTS, at Dade Countji Ma., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,,..„ STANLEY F. COHEN ll/U'-19-6 12 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 8PAH, at I8TS S.W. 7th Ave.. Intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. W. P. TAUB 11/19-26 — 12/3-10 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CJRCUIS OOURT OFJME 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN L. Jb*mm*&tei# l f"'Mi' vs. JOHN TOL1NE and TuLLNE, his wife, If IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 24922 RE: ESTATE uF MARY POLK sci.I.IVAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final re|w>rt and petition for Final Discharge us Administrator Da Bonia Non of the estate of MARY POLK SULLIVAN, deceased: and that on the Itnd day of December, I9.",t. will apply to the Honorable \V. I-' BLANTON, Countv Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discbarge as Administrator Do Bonli Non of the Estate of MARY POLK si LI.IVAN, ,l..,,.., sad Tins isth day of November, 1H4. JA.MES P. SI'LLIVAN, M.D. Administrator De Bonls N,,n THOMAS, A. BORKAN Attorney for Administrator D.B.N. u ::-in-i7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol NEOR, i AMERICAN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, .ii MM West Flagler Stie.t. Miami, rlu intends to reglstei said name Ith the Clerli of th< cult court ,.f DadCounty, Florida SAMUEL .\l sil.MK. Hole Ownei OOLDMAN AnoLDSTBIN An eys for Registrant 2303 \v. Flagler 81 Miami, Fla. 12 ;-ni-i7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WINDSOR PLAZA, at 1320 Drexel Avenue, Miami Reach. Morida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. ELEANOR KtrSHNER HENRY HERKOWITZ DAVID H. BERKOWITZ and ANNA BERKOWITZ, his wife ELRY STONE Attorney for Windsor I'laia 11/12-19-28 — 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 01VBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E & .1 CLEANERS, at 3626 N.W. 7th St., .Miami, intends to register laid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT BROWN, Sole Owner HAROLD BTRUMPF Attornej for Applicant .,17 Beybold llldg. 11/26 — 12, :l-l-17 married, Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: JOHN TOLINE, If living, and TOLINE, his wife if married, and whose residences are unknown: ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, devisees, grantees, creditors, or other parties claiming by. through, under or against JOHN TOLINE, not known to be dead or alive; AND ALSO, as to each of the above named Defendant Individuals, If they be deceased, then all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, ( (editors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against such Defendants; AND Al.su, all other and un^ known persons having or claiming to have any right, title or Interest In the property which is the subject matter of this suit, said property lying and being in Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described as follows: Lots s and K In I'.lock 3 of ZIONA BUBDIVIHION, according to the Plat there,,f. recorded In Plat Rook 29 at Page 75 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. YOU AND BACH OF YOC are hereby notified that a suit has been filed In the above named Court, by the Plaintiff above named ,for the purpose "f quieting title of the Plaintiff, In and to the property Involved hereinabove described. YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED AND REQUIRED to file your Appearance In said suit on or before the 13th day of December, 19*i4 and in default of such Appearance, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you and each of you. DONE AND ORDERED at the Courthouse In Dade County, Miami Florida, this Sth day of November, 1954. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff lill 4 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Morida 11 '12-1D-2I — 12/3 _. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I.KO ADDER'S PACKAGE STORE, WoFFiiRD PACKAGE BTORE, LEO ADDER'S LIQI'OR STORE. 240:1 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. BERNARD AI'SUEBEL BERICK. SHAPIRO FRIED, Attys. Attorneys for Applicant 4211 Lincoln It 1 11 l'.'-19-26 — 12/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN, at ISO Beybold llldg.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. STANLEY C. MYERS LOUIS HEIMAN LEON KAPLANLEON A. EPSTEIN 11/19-2(1 — 12/3-10 NOTICE tINns-R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious ,mime of ci.CNTY MORTGAGE PLAI KMKN I co. not Inc., at •-"•"' West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, mtends to register aabl name with the t b-rk ,,r t ,. Circuit Court of Dade Countv. n..n,i, SAMUEL M SHACK Sobowner GOLDMAN cm DSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant KM West Flagler St., Miami. Ma. ll/l-2 — JJ/3-10 cMRruiT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE IN CMANCERV No. 174041 t'DI'.TTi: VLADIMIR Plaintiff \T iDIMtn Defendsnt. <"•" nc Piiai.ir.ATION VI MUM m ,are of e" En si 11th Street. New N.v, V.,,1, I" i •• I that a B'H of On. 1 ri-e has Is-en filed ;"i,| \,,n are re<|ll1ed tn \ i -u oi Plead -1' 1 Of l'.,,„.,|,l,|| ,,„ Ce M IV H S" \M-.R. J Miami, l-torlda, f Inner or Pleadof the Clerk of the "'•' ..n <„ i„.'...• the Mtb i:,4 I* vou fall to 'enl bv d.r.ult will be [ fro •!,,. relief de-"'.'," '• '•' f-nUb4. 'Nil •RDPRprt st Mlml <"Mb da, „f N„ v ,u... 1 PleHj I '\-riii-n>l \\%  Iv SlnrMe • i w s-^ot-K-IVO. I\ ,',,'' 1 Deputy Clerk '''-'n-lff Il„ll.li nr Mtam ,j pi.. — 12 J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN I'A that County, rvi'l. BTRI'M i'*^ tun R \l vci: ROPER-T I LEWIrJGN \II. no. v for Paul Byrum ityi--ft-w — ,!/S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174124 BOBBRT L. BBLLTITZ, Plaintiff, vs. IRENE SELLTITZ, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IRENE SELLTITZ 1702 Palmetto fftreel Brooklyn, New York. TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Din of Complaint for nivorce b.,s been filed against you b) ROBbRl I. BELLTITZ, and >oii are required opy of lour answer to the Bill "l Complaint ",, PUIntiffi attorney, MILTON II RICHMOND One Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida, and fill nal In the ,,ff|, f IbiCl.rk Of the Circuit I oiirt ,„, or before the 18th day of December, II i ,,, a Decree Pro confesso irui DS entered against you. i, M'I:II at Miami, Florida, ibis mtb das ol November, ISM. Clerk of the Cln ull Coorl E B LEATHERMAN. Dade Countv. h'lorida By: R. H. RK'E. JR. (Be al) Deputy Clerk %  1 !>-2B — 12/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 17407S RUBIN vnCNG. Plaintiff BKATHkR MAE Yd 'NO ^^ NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO HEATHER MAE N ol N(, Residence I'nknnwn „-!,____ V(.C ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Myorce bus been filed against are required i" aerve vou. and you ropy of your NOTICE IINOPR FICTITIOUS NiMC LAW NOTICE is HEBEBY GIVEN name lth the Clerk •' lr< "" poni'MtT I I I-IVIS,,V ,„> f„. 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PAGE 8 B *J^fMfc^k£== .FRIDAY. 1 Bartley Crum Invited Here leader, v ill be guest speaker at a by Truman in 1946 to membership a ma ()f an inde guest speak (hanuka celebration to be held in the new auditorium of the Hotel Algiers on Tuesday, Dec. 21. at 8 p.m., according, to Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chairman of the State of Israel Bond Organization The celebration will be held under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Zionists of America organization. A close friend of the late Presi Land. From that time to the present, Crum has been an outstanding spokesman for the rights of refugees and for the new State of Israel In his book. "Behind the Silken 1,000 Witness Bond Function at Hotel An entirely new and stream-lined approach to opera was presented baton more than 1.000 members of the Great Miami Community. Wednesday evening, when Puccini's Madame Butterfly" was premiered in Operalogue, oper-in-theround. under the auspices of the State of Israel Bond Organization in the ((initiation room of the Empress hotel Admission to the Operalogue was through the purchase of a State of Israel Development Bond. The Operalogue was under the direction of the renown Carol Longorie, who first discussed the plot. the history and the traditions ol Madame Butterfly This w;is spiced with anecdotes about the opera's composer and the immortal dagen who have for man) decades been assoetatea' with it Included in the cast were Yolanda Vaaquea, who portrayed Cio-Cio San; Kvilyn Sachs, who played Su /uki. Norman Kelley. who had the part of Lieutenant Pinkerton; and Bernard Groan, who played Scharples Mayor Abe Aronoviti was precause of Israel as a vital democratic center in the Middle East. Greater Miami Zionist Districts psrticipating in the Chanuka celebration are Coral Gables ZOA. Daniel Cravitt. president. Naphtalie Weidberg. bond chairman; Miami Beach ZOA, Fred Jonas, president. Abraham Kasow. bond chairman; North Shore ZOA. Sheldon Lelchuk. president; Miami Beach Masada Young Adults ZOA. Jerry the Mayor of Jen Miller, president; Miami ZOA. Irving Saal. president Gilbert Rappaport is the Florida regional director of ZOA. scnted with a Holy City Bible by Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of the Women's Division, which she received from lem, Itrhak Kariv. on her recent trip to Israel. Jacob Sher. Greater Miami chairman of Israel Bonds, awarded special prizes to top bond salesmen LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY "Established 1924" 2141 S.W 3rd St. Call 91411 WT YJ TELEVISION ^miAf/Hl: rmb*V fcAfumUV—~pr^-^^1 T.U> j—=—s^L_^a| I Teat Pattern rm Today Til* 7.> % %  *< • 00 I >ins lH,n School Mot n. Wwiri n Btlil ,r l:M On Your Account S:4! 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Jordan Davidson. is sell Pancoa-t and Howard BOOM from nominations received bj residents and \ isitors in the Governor-elect Averell Harriman, of New York, former Mutual Security Administiator and former Ambassador to Great Britain and the Soviet Union, will be a featured speaker at the Founders' Dinner to be held in conjunction with the 40th annual meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee on Dec. 9 at the Waldorf Astoria HoteL The dinner will honor 18 of the early leaders of the IDC, among them novelist Sholem Asch. formerly of Miami Beach. Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Every Sunday, WMBM, 11:30 a.M. ta 2 am. This prejrom if the first one" hot til* largest listening audience Bay-Bee Diaper Service "tlftni MIAMI'S f I I S T An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVtKUf PHONE MM I I "Jewish Forum On The Air" Every Sandoy-1030 ta 11:30 a.**. 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tf. DECEMBER 3, 1954 te Letter Writer inally Tracked Down n M Ik* id fan PAGE 3 A I. UAVEN The source of an Tmitic letter scurrilMly atGovernor-Elect Abraham kieoff during the recent elecfcmpaign, was I racked down C week by the Ant.-DefamCeague ol B'nal Bnth. f McCoy, f>8 year-old real gn'd insurance broker of M i|ford, admitted to po|h|| he "i"' 1 ,ne abusive {because he "didn't like Jews %  era I. %  pleaded not guilty in Supelourl here following his ara five count bench warrant Uation ol a Connecticut stathi'ch uys thai a man cannot L up to ridicule in advertisjecaiiM' "i religion, race or my asked lor a jury trial. It" (our page, single-spaced bnication. mimeographed and butcd in this area during the [before Election Day. castlMr Ribicoff on religious and rebuked "the apo.sfof the Democratic Party for nominated a Jewish candiletter addressed to "Dear and signed "Friend Bob." Criticized Mayor Richard C. ; New Haven for having nomMi Ribicoff and for "grossLulling every white Christian [r in New Haven" by his apnenl of a Negro as city corlion counsel. tulation of the letter—about fcopuare supposed to have [mailed -made it advertising \r rather than a private comItaiion. said State Attorney ham S I'llman. office began its invest igaiftcr being presented with a record by Hyman H. Haves, ecticut regional director of pti-Defamation League ken copies of the letter first %  red in public, Mr. Haves inBati (I a series of leads, most of which were erroneous. But his search finally brought him to a public stenographer who acknowledged that she had mimeo graphed the letter Mr Haves turn ed in this and other information to the state attorney. McCoy was charged with five counts under the statute, specifically for having ridiculed Mr. Ribicoff, Mayor Lee and George Crawford, the Negro corporation counsel, as well as the Jewish community in general. The fifth counl charges him with breach of the peace. Maximum penalty would be a $100 fine and 30-day jail sentence on each count. Beth Sholom Builders Have Touring Party' On Monday morning "Beth Sholom Builders" assembled for breakfast at a "pouring party" to mark the gunniting and pouring of the concrete ellipsoid shell of the new sanctuary now under construction. Present were Benjamin W. Zimmerman. Morris Wekstein. Irving B. Kaplan, Eliot R. VVeston. Philip Schlissel, George Cohen, Ralph Lachman. Sydney J. Greenbcrg, Sam Stein. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Philip Schlissel. Sol S. Pine. How ard Miller. Simon Wolff. John Serbin, William S. Altschull, Abraham Zinnamon, Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, Milton S. Malakoff. Willful Goldin, Zachary F. Bailey, Ralph Spero. Abe Solosko, Leon J. Ell and Dr. Jacob Davis. Morris Burk. builder, and Her bert Mathes, associate architect, explained that the concrete ellipsoid shell breaks new ground in the way of structural design for synagogues. The concrete lends itself to more creative, plastic forms which are structurally sound and functional and at the same time aesthetically most appealing, he said. Architect of the new Beth Sholom is Percival Goodman, ow New York. Now beginning its tenth year, the Zionist Luncheon Club will hold its first meeting of this season on Wednesday noon. Dec. 8. at the Raleigh Hotel. 1777 Collins ave. Phil Salmon, attorney and civic leader, will serve as master of ceremonies. Sonntag Acquires Flamingo Restaurant on Miami Beach A. H. Sonntag. of Sonntag Kosher Caterer-, this week announced that he has acquired the Flamingo restaurant at 743 Washington ave. Sonntag revealed that he will be associated With Mrs. Bertha Kaufman, well known in kosher catering circles. Sonntag has catered at a largo number of Miami Beach and Miami home parties and dinners during his many years here. In addition, he has served as caterer to various functions held by religious institutions and synagogues. The Flamingo restaurant will open under his supervision on IJCC. 22. Discussion Session There will be a discussion session of the Stephen S. Wise Group of Hadassah on Dec. 8 at the home Of Mrs. Sam Fuchs, chairman. A book review and story of Chanuka feature the program of the women's organization. iner Postponed The Jewish Tercentenary liner, originally scheduled Saturday, Dec. 4, has been itponed until further notice, has been announced by Rab| Joseph R. Narot, chairman. decision to postponed the liner was reached by the \*\ committee in view of a nflict in dates of major cornUnity events, it was exlined. Gorchov to be Chairman Of Recruiting Committee Appointment of Maj. Sidney B. Gorchov as chairman of the reserve recruiting committee for the South Florida Military District was announced Sunday. The committee will advise the District senior adviser and his staff on means of bringing units up to authorized strength. Infantry, artillery, quartermaster, military police, medical and other branches of service will be assisted. Gorchov. a Miami advertising man. has served in the reserve since 1933. when he was commissioned at the University of Alabama. Workshop in Dancing A workshop in dancing and singing activities for the children 10 to 12 years of age will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. on Sunday at North Dade Jewish Center. Next adult education class will be held on Dec. 12 at 8:30 p.m. ARE YOU F A R B L U N J E T ? F RE E Send today for your free copy of the wonderful new Jewish-English "Handbook of Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions". See "Farbiun/er" on page 34; also "Tiufcheppenesh". See "Hocken A CheimV on page 6. See 222 Jewish words, expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fun, laughs, educational for the whole family. For your free copy, write fo: J. 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nFCEM BER 3. 1954 'J^>5t£krMarL %  O VfYWVf 1 e PAGE 11 A fi V %  "': '" ih" H x'. S3 rs ::;,": h, MRS LEANA JACOBOWIT2 .10 --.II-,., .,,,„, | %  irda) Service* mi %  Vlonte Selig. chairman of the Women's Division. Israel I, presents prizes to women who have sold the most 1 Bonds to date. Presentation was made at an Operameeting in the Empress hotel. Standing (left to right) Trs. Sehq, Mrs. lack Bernstein, Mrs. Lena Mintzes and /iriam Press. Mrs. Abraham Kasow also a prize winnot shown. The women sold $26,000 in Israel DevelopBonds. Jes-France States 'Definite' Ideas Washington on Israel, Arab Deadlock .ii Sll II K\ an in Re i. i CHARLES SEGAL ,"','"' '.' '•'"' >"< %  %  '-" fro %  muriih, .in ,i SHI ml 11. n Vl li.>> Washington av. M,.,,. ," each: a broth I fnui MI. iK, "' v "'" M l Chanel, Mil I>, nli burial .n Ml. I. .1.1 LEGAL NOTICE va. MVI N1A'T,^,= U: ROBERTS. Defendant T.iu ,CE w B Y PUBLICATION To. Mattie Mac Robi rt „ >'•• -"!• ni I'nknuwn .><>' AUK HEREBY 1 NOTIFIED '"' Bill ol c lalnt for Divorce '';'" ""i against you. and you %  "• %  required t s.-i ve a cop) ..t your •.•I'-'v'' %  '• ":;.;.""•" 'i->. %  ''•>. otherwise ," • lll; '" "' said Bill ..I Com1,1 %  be take ...„ %  i-.i t.-t v |(U. .. '; %  %  'i this" "HI. daj of November. E H LEATHERMAN, lei k, ('in uii com i II A \l u STOCKING ,.,... ..... •eput) Clerk BEN KSSEN, I-..-., AM..III.', foi |-|.,llil iflll 26 :.' 3-10-17 SAMUEL POLLANE ,' ,"'. %  %  %  • kit" •" M R. ''" %  = laj i loi don Miami lie ued from Page 1 A tewed ith complete unIhe I ''' "eh Israel efforts In ,i r immon cause against Israel, the newspaper ently broadcast appeals for Ith the Arabs study of majoritymii raction in America. Itnrlinss of the Cornell fevering Jews in medium %  mean communities, were: ptive practices against prevalent in "high socilen though Jews may be lin the economic, political, r 1 slI "vice life of the combination against Jews ocpre frequently in cities f wish participation in cornlife ii high. The larger the 1 the larger the proportion "> the community, the W re excluded from so%  u organlsaUoos and resiVtas. Jews participate in poliI hold relatively fewer pub ps compared to other miFups Mich as the Irish and C f 'he Jewish commu F' 1 Pate in most aspecU of l ,v 'He and a substantial r ,h( m belong to at least %  mzatmn that is predomVentile. ^techniques have been b > the Jews to protect 68 against social rebuffs pnttiim; the Jewish perls out some kind of psyadjustment to living in I 'ommunity. I is Struggling everywhere for | the liberation of North Africa, and the spite of international Zionism | toward Arabism, which is struugling everywhere tor the Arabism tof sacred Palestine." "This Zionist and imperialist spite." said the Cairo radio, "dictates the movements lies and plots of the Jew Mendcs-France." Thus the Arab strategists have attempted to link Zionism and imperialism. Israel with Tunisian and Moroccan 'nationalist aspirations. When Mendes France discussed ; the Arab problem with President Eisenhower and Secretary of State I Dulles it was virtually impossible to separate the current difficulties in North Africa from'those directly affecting Israel. MendcsFrance brought with him a new slant, a viewpoint which may open I the eyes of President Eisenhower j to the realities of the Near Eastern I situation. Some think it conceivable that Mendcs-France will succeed in bringing about a halt in the one-sided U.S. arms shipments to the Arabs. This could be done indirectly by causing the administration to question the wisdom of its decision. GERTRUDE YUDIN -I. ;.i 29W |)t| • n-| ".''-''" from Rrooklyn, I Hunda SI %  leaven hi r imn ntn Mr %  "•I M Mi Vn.iin. Miami I.IM.II RiandiiarentH, \l and l-"iI -i-...ii Mian i pate nal miithi r, Mi.ii., Vudln, lliwikl} n, and her. Cnlvl r, Barbara, i.-.ih ..i \i ami. Sei \ • n %  l,|,i i ''< n Miami chain I, unb in Ml. N.l... i',in,i, JACQUES S. BEER Miami Home I1 ii" \Kt I itli i N< i of hear) attack I thin ins brother, I ir. Kanel Beer, .it 1439 N\V South River ill Mi Rei i. din I ol the Home for the U .1 n T o). S V at the %  h a IKII i-ip >. H ilauahtei Mrs K'lkl RoKal, ol Sew S -ik. and %  IneludlnR Mm Sophie SlnKer, of Miami KervlreH and burial were held in New V..rk with 0n, Murrn.)', ..( U r.-;nli. .lei t hree dn UKhtei -. Ml Sophia I'olland, Ml Minnie rioldateln, both "i New Vork city, and MiI ri. .i.i Korken, ..i Dnrham, N.C. MISS IDA MAE ELMAN II Venetian tray, who .ikilled Nov. -I In .in automobile accident. She la survived bj her mother, Mm Bllsabelli Klnianii. in. -i-t.i-. including Mra. Ann Lotterniau, of Coral fSablen, an.I .i brothel l^ocal arranaementfl were in otarpre ol Beach Memorial Mineral H"in-. Rabbi Sperer in Talk Menorah Group of Iladassah's regular meeting will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Monday, Dec. 6, 1:15 p.m. Rabbi Malcolm Sperer, of the Hi.il.Mh Miami Springs Jewish Center, will review a book by Rabbi David de Sola Pool. A Chanuka candlelighting ceremony will follow with songs by the Menorah choral group directed by Mrs. B. J. Wayne. FERDINAND FISHER 67. f IMI BW Ninth >i named .nvav V'V. M. Interment was |n New York with local arraneementa in cnarga ..i Beach Memorial Knneral Home, RACHEL ABOULAFIA ,:', of mi N. Miami ave paaaed away \".,\ II, in a local hospital. Survived li\ h.-t son, Isaac, three daufhtera, Julia Beitesra, Rose Lev) and Bella l^vy. Servi 's were h'l. SAMUEL GREENBERG 7',. ,,( j: 1 ...'. s Miami ave iiassed away Monda) i:..nl..li Miami Chapel was lii .ii.in.'.' with burial in Mi. Hlnal i 'i in. o i j BENJAMIN CIPPES "f I ii. I. I!. Clnpes. Nov. 17 in New York City. Burial waa In onki %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4^ V i NT H JUD| CIAL CIRCUIT IN f^. D F0R DA DE COUNTY. FLORI RANK Wltl'illT. Plalntlfl MII.IlltKI) IHI.I.AKIi W.M.I. \.|; W RI'IHT, I ..!. n.lam ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Mii.i'i:i:i> iui.i..Mtii W.M.I.MI: ...i.ii. KM unknown i .' AIK HKRKHY NOTIPIBH thai a Kill of %  en filed iujainal you and • %  i lulred to file your uiswei In the p the Clerk ..r the r 11 •• %  %  County, Florida, and i cop) ..t I.MII annwei ..n the plalntlff'a attorney, JOSKPH In ISK.S \< i: \ \ry. ;•-'.' at I Lincoln Road, Klorlda, ..ii .., before the ^Jtii %  I... ember. 1934. u you fall to do so a Decree Pro Confeasu "ill be '•in. red against • %  •ii. and ordered this 24th da) ..r Novi nbi II :.. A I'.. 1934 E, B. LEATHERMAN, ircull 'i. ik B) tt'M \y S'l'i"KINO, Deputy i'l'-ik I! a 10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hiundersigned, desiring to engi i.i;-ui.-s under Hie fictitious name of BIRD TV SERVICE, at 1170 S.W. 4ili Htreet, Mann. Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Com I of Dade 'ount). Florida, VERNON BROOKS \\ II.1.1 A MS KI.S.-I.KK ,v QARS Attorneys for Applicant : .V\ Klatlir St. ii :'•; 12 ::-!"17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring tc engase Ih business under the fictitious name "f IIACK8TAQE I.i M .N'i'.i:. at 160 S K isi street, Miami. Intend ". reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ni Dade County, Florida, JAMES C, THOMAS w i. mm roL'Nu Ki:ssi,i:it sQARS Attorneys for Applicants 1782 W. Placler st. ll/.'B — 12/3-10-17 Auxiliary Meeting Due Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld will preside at a regular meeting of the Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society on Wednesday evening. Dec. 8. 8:30 p.m., at Kneseth Israel Congregation. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, deslrln* t.. engage In business under the fictitious name "1 I.M SHI:.'MAT Ml-' MIAMI BEACH, %  ,i %  : D e*el Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intendu t" reglstei aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALBERT HHENWEATHER Sole Iwner IJ/S-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY RIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring '" encage in business glider the fictitious name of M A. N RITBR MARKET, Hi MS N.W. I.ith w.nue, Intends i" reglajer said name wit* the Clerk ol the Circuit ->f I '.ni. i i Nathan Maj'era II 26 I! 1-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 304S6 In Re: ESTATE OF MAUDE s HI'HilKR, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required t.< present any claims and demands which you, or either the Honorable County Judgei ol Dade County, and file the same in their offices In the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendai months from the date of the rust publics I hereof. Said claims %  | demands i" contain the legal address of the claimant and to isworn to and presented an aforesaid, ..t same will iibarred. See Section 7::;;.in of the 1943 Probate Ai i l late Nw ember 17. A D. 1134. s TIIKI.M \ M. BURNS As Executrix ..t the Lasl Will I Testament of MAUDE S. BUROER, 11., • ased. SEYMOUR B MERMAN Attorne) f'.r Executrix II !l — I! :-l"-IT LEGAL NOTICE NOTICsa UNDER* F ICTI TSQi Tr44l*lsl tAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN tl the undersigned, desiring to engag< business under the flctitloux name ••: ARTISTIC DISPLAY SEKVIC1 1120 N.W. 13rd sir.ei. Miami, Florid Intends to reglstei said nami ... nh tl < lerk i,r the Circuit Com t of I... • Uiiuiuy, Florida. MIAMI CROWN DISTRIBUTORS, INC by: s\ II. It...st, li,.-i.l, •' H. Baucom iiMl ERS, HK1MAN C KAPLAN Attorneys for .Mi. Crown Distributors. Inc. ISO Se) bold Bldg .Miami, 1 i., U/12-19-M — 13/i IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 31195-A RE: ESTATE oi EL.VA F Ml 'N'TKI.I,. a I, a I:I.\ A MONTELU •' k s I:I.I.A MONTELL, I..-.., i ed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Nl .'l'i. 'K is ii. i. i.i nlvi II i' ,ii | ha fjje final report and petition t H r nal I Hsi hai gi .,am illai execul i I ..r the estate ..r I.I.SA F MONTEI.I, 'l' i.ase. I. and thai on the HOth .lav I^M-en i. 1964, I will appl) to I hi Honorable W !•". m..\NTi >.v. C Judge of Dade I 'ount). Floi Ida, i %  approval of said final report and for final .ii-' ha rgi %  a nclllai • %  exe. "f the estate ..r I:I.\.\ F. ,\h I.XTKI.I.. .1, %  es --.I This M|I day of November 1134 I:TIIA \I HARPNTER An. illai i exi .HI i\ RICHARD KRIEOER FINK Attorney for and tie [12 Congn H i Idlng Miami, Fli II 19-M •12 |-10 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30895-A RE KSTATF. I IF AI .I. I'll FRIKPMANN I '• %  %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) given thai I have filed my final report and petition for I'lnal Discharge as Executrix "i lb • state ..f ADOI-PH FRIEDMANN, d. ceased: and thai on the 2* da) -.t December, 1934, will appl) to the Honorable w. F. BLANTI IN, I %  Judge ..i Dade County, F approval of siii.i final reporl and for final discharge as Executrix ..f the Estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMANN, i ceasi LIEBMAN, ESQ, attorney fi Rrai o Motors, Inc 11 21 ,. I4SI Florida, u nh the of Dade INC 'l SI, I, 111 asurer NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICE IHEREBY RIVEN thai the undersigned %  in J.V.sin.-s under th. fl. Iltloua n, ol sFYBoLl* HN VCK BAR B( I 10 .I l„M ^ I. Building. Miami, Intend ",.^ name with the Cterk of thrn. mi court "i Oa*a I ounty, HARRY W>BB \NN lEH PAUL IBTE1NKR AItorne> '"i Ai.pli. ants 743 Seybold llldg. 12/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to cucacn business undei the fictitious nan [ RECENT PALACE APARTMENTS, al 910S -:a 17 Cdlllns Avenue, Burfslde, Fla., intends to register said nani< with the Clerk "t the Circuit Courl ..f Dade County, Florida. ('Alt' il. LEE Al'i's INC. A Florida Corporation B) Julius W 1 'ill man. V l I BURNETT ROTH Attorne) for Carol Lee Apts., Inc 120 Lincoln l:< > aI COAST LAMP AND FURNITURE MFG. "'it al 270 N E KM 1. St., Miami. intends in register said name with thCterk of the circuit Court "i Dade County, Florida LOUIS E1SENBERG, Owner 'MM iilll. I'KKI.MAN Attorne) foi Applicant I','.-\|,|„.tl We Ii i 12 J-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174072 JUANITA WATSON, I'luniUlf \ OIIIK W VTBON, -Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T BIE WATSON A F. #18JS414 Aii man 2nd i'lass v 11 \ .; Force Medical Evai uation i-'iicht ,i I' M. A I' O. *•"•. N V N V VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Hi" of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you t.i file your answer In the Offl -I de Clerk "f th.Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, ,,ii\ ,,f your answer on the ruintiff's attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ. ai I Lincoln Road Huildinc. Miami Beach, Florida on or before the 9th dav ef December, I9."it. Dated November I*. li*."4. K B. LEATHERMAN, Circuit Clerk By WM W. STiX'KiNC, Deputy Clerk 11/12-19-26 — 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinc U> engasi business under the flctitloua name of HURRICANE INN. al 1200 S.W. S7th Avenue. West Miami, inleml tl leei-ter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. JOE ALVAREZ and CI.YIIA ALVAREZ (Sole Owners) HENRY M. c.MN Attorney for Applicants _'.".|v w Flagler St., Miami, I'la. I" 'Mil-17 -L'I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174045 BABETTE ALDERMAN, Plaintiff, VS. HARVEY ALDERMAN Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARVEY ALDERMAN SO I'M. II Ii.. II Street New York. New York You. HARVEY ALDERMAN, are hereby notified that a mil ..f C plaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required servi i cop) ..t your Answer or Pleading to the Bill ..f C plaint m the plaintiff's Attorneys, MYERS, HE1MAN KAPLAN, ISO Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, ami file tlieticinal Answer or Pleading In the office "f the Cterk ..f the Circuit Court on or before the i-'.iii day of Deoembe 1954. If you fail i. .1" so, j ulut by default -^^ ill be taken agalnsi you f.ir the relief demanded In the Hill <>f Complaint. This notice shall be publ each we.k for four consecutive wee In THE JEWISH PIAYRIDI \N DONE \M' ORDERED al M this 8th day "f November, AH. 1154. K. IV LEATHERMAN, cierk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By M. C. GREEN, (Circuit Curl Seal) DePUty Clerk MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN Attorneys for IMnintiff ii.'." Seybold Iluildinti, Miami, Fla. 11,12-19-2* — 12/1



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PAGE 2 A +Je*ist tkrkSiar) FRIDAY New Leader Seen in BondDrive Jacob Sher, Greater Miami eh.urni.in ol thiState nl Israel Bond Organization, announced this week th.it William Bernstein, it Miami Beach, hat volunteered rtidpate tctivdj ia the sale v; Israel Bonds h< -. Bornsteia %* ill devote hi i to enrolling as man) Guardble in thi> coaunuaitj He \iii bead up a specie and building fund boa Spt tkin| : • • %  • i Israel. Boras d that "the purchase >'t Israel Dei Israel's • peace prosper MIBMB %  Aft. more than IS vear> Bn and hif.tmil> became | Active in nimaaiiuij Bernstein 1er t the B : •'' Bl ...'' 1 %  • .(•• %  ; Mi I odfl Hk tfa president I laaoctatma am? i president <'t the Was earl) to New Yort in BethleJwsa. Fa He became the dent Un-American Activities Committee Holds Hearings; Confessed Reds Testify ..ilt the B IB lehea Jewish Coauwnaltj (.'enter oa that board Brat asecret ..an -ident | n BStc %  BUT* d I" D.C where he hath* Hi ... : %  I94&19.V) I>ur .; %  tl .. V .-• rl m D.C In 1950 : the Uoer [Sai tai • V • • • i < •• • '. %  •' : .... -'• < : • —r \ .V SSB Adds New Staff Member .'<:.*.'• Swru • • *• kr JSSI • at r^ev>ki! tafl v —. V i•3ndajBpoei her* ha mm ... -•-.--. "%  Meat*! H>jse=e "J r ef^mpsw is kceord %  %  r.g here area -:ra! importance •:rcri
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