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The Jewish Floridian ( December 10, 1954 )

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\ewhh Floriidtiiaip Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ILL" ME 28 Number 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS Still Hold Vessel ypt Backs Down Bat Galim Case [t United Natiors TED NATION'S (JTA) — mnced Monday in a let, Security Council that it a in release the crew of the -eighter Bat Galim "as soon necessary formalities have Deluded." the contents of the letter, .; in Dr. Charles Malik of president of the Security this month, by Omar Lout c halrman of the Egyptian here, it was evident that ins intend for the time -tain the ship itself. At Mine, the letter was an effort t" influence the Seouncil, which was t meet .i Israel's request to conJewish State's lorr,'-st..ndance against Kgypt for I lie Suez Canal. icial comment here from urces indicated that no .;. Israel's stand before the has been necessitated by • r It was pointed .'Ut that 1 mentioned the Bat Galim dt n inly as the most recent i of its Suez complaint pt Israel's grievance ,.:. !on the Security Council at the moment concerns hipping through the ,,i regardless of the fate ; • Galim, ill insist firmly before iiw's Council session upon ate release of the Bat n th;it it might proceed Suei Canal to II ufa, %  ,il port of destination. irael Demands US. Determined to Achieve Peace in Middle East; Sobeloff Quotes Dulles Policy Statement r ;.' %  let I Green Says Fort Monmouth Cleared of Bigots Bigots Seen Behind Suspensions NEW YORK (AJP) Harry Green, attorney for the suspended Jewish scientists at Fort Monmouth. revealed this week that officers who had been responsible for the suspensions have been either discharged or transferred from th.it Army post. Green came (O New York from his home in Red Bank. N.J., to make a tape-recording ol a broadcast on Port Monmouth to be heard Sunday. On the panel questioning him were a number of editors, including the pro-McCarthy Victor Lasky, Jewish editor of the American Legion Reader Reiterating his charges that anti-Semitism constituted the main motivation for the suspensions, Green referred to the ADL report sent to Secret an of the Army Stevens as backing him up. This report, he Hid, proved that "racism" served as the background of the suppression of the Jewish scientists at the camp. He said that long before he took the case, he had had long talks with the suspended Jews and he had become convinced that not a single one had < ver been even remotely connected with any Communist front movement. Realizing that "a human tragedy had been enacted," he decided to fight their battle even at the cost of a "financial licking and the los. i.t clients." NEW YORK (WNS) — Secretary of State John Eoster Dulles, "in accordance with the desires of the President, is actively engaged in the evaluation of our efforts in the Near East with the purpose of hastening progress toward these policy objectives." it was disclosed %  here by U.S. Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff in an address | delivered at the annual Weizmann dinner under the sponsorship of I the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science. Sobeloff's assertion that he had i been permitted to convey that ini formation to the gathering, attendI ed by some 1,500 guests, came against the background of an earli| er Washington report that the State Department was considering issuing a statement reiterating L'.S. determination to do everything within its power to thwart aggression in the Middle East. Washington sources -Mild the contemplated statement would be designed to allay Israeli fears over the American arms policy toward the Arab states. The U.S. Solicitor General said Anti-Semites Seek to Cash in on Pro-McCarthy Sentiments; Lehman Attack Read on Senate Floor ielease o fC ew ill NATIONS (JTAl —The nditional release by Egypt of -r. 11 vessel "Bat Galim" was nc'i'd Tuesday in a statement by a spokesman of the Israel at ion here following Egypt's umement that it will release ship's crew, but not the ship. tatement reads: Egyptian seizure of the Bat i was a warlike act against 8 violation of the armistice iments; a breach of the Sey ( ouncil decision of 1951, of Constantinople Convention of snd of universally accepted time practice. To crown it all •'• accompanied by a base libel tincrew of the Bat Galim had and killed Egyptian fisherNEW YORK (JTA) Anti-Semitic elements throughout the United Stales have openly ranged themselves behind Sen Joseph R. McCarthy, Ol Wisconsin, and made his cause their own. Professional Jew-baiters, who took leading positions in the organizations which mushroomed into existence to defend the Wisconsin Senator against censure charges, are working to convert proMcCarthy sentiment into active anti-Jewish manifestations. They ; are campaigning throughout the country to convince McCarthy supporters that a "Jewish-Communist j conspiracy" is responsible for criticism of their hero and that the Jew is their real enemy. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, staunch defender of civil rights and one of the most eloquent critics of McCarthy, is a principal target of the vituperation of these elements. While a handful of leading anti-1 Semites held top positions in the I so called "Ten Million Americans Mobilizing for Justice"the group which conducted the pro Mc< arthy petition drive—hundreds of lesser anti Semitic luminaries were active in the distribution of the petitions and active solicitation of signatures. At the Hotel Roosevelt headquarter-, nl the committee, veteran repurlers noted the presence of many men whom they had seen previously in the Nazi Bundist, Coughlinite, Silver Shirt and other Fascist groupings of other days. In many areas, solicitation of signatureto the pro-McCarthy petitions was accompanied by anti-Jewish manifestations, Spectators at tne committees Madison Square Garden rally were appalled by the violence of the open anti-Semitism displayed by the crowd, large segments of which acted as though the meeting were an anti Jewish demonstration rather than a pro-McCarthy rally. The anti Jewish baying of the crowd was only halted momentarily when a Jew. Roy Conn, addressed the meeting and when a Los Angeles rabbi delivered the blessing. The "Christian Nationalist Crusade." organization headed by Gerald L. K. Smith, an active figure in the McCarthy camp, openly entered the picture during the final week of the Senate censure debate. It sent %  series of warnings to every member of the Senate warning that political suicide faced every Senator who voted for censure. All Senators were deluged in a carefully organized letter campaign supporting McCarthy Many of the letters were so violently abusive and SO vicious in their diatribes on the Jews that one of the most respected members of the Senate told a JTA correspondent that he was appalled and horrified. -Sen. J. William Fulbright, or Arkansas, read a selection of these letters into the record during the debate. One letter, signed by G. G. Gurley, president of the Chemical Attraction Oil Corp. of San Antonio, Tex., denounced the Senator as "a henchman of the Jew deal." Sen. Lehman, he added, "should be deported out of this nation to Russia to let Germany take that 'bird' in and give him the gas like Hitler did as per my opinion of his re! cord." Another letter, this one anonymous, asserted that the writer had not fought in the South Pacific "to open the gates of this nation for the commy Jews that Hitler did nat kill." A letter signed Peter Murphy, of Buffalo. N.Y., referred to "the rotI ten Jew, Herbert Lehman, the pal of Hiss." A letter from Cadillac, i Mich., referred to "the rich Jews" j in America who were "financing the Reds in Russia." Simon f. Sobeloff makes disclosure it was "the unshaken determination" of our Government to achieve peace in the Middle East and not to tolerate the use of force to resolve differences in that part of the world. He asserted "we will not seek to increase our friendship with the Arabs at the expense of Israel any more than we would seek to gain favor with Israel at the expense of the Arabs." adding that the U.S. was "emphasizing this point" in its "day-to-day relations with the countries of the Near East and we have reason to believe that our efforts arc meeting with some success Mr. Dulles, he said, had "expressed his understanding of the sense of apprehension and isolation which has arisen in Israel and his belief that measures can be taken to allay these feelings." Adlai Stevenson, who was awarded an honorary fellowship at the Weizmann Institute of Science for his great achievements in the field rmon Courf Rules Precedent-Making Decision xyanization' Contract Called Void I 1 \KRRT (JTA) In a 1 i I making decision. a in court here has invalidat %  i >rced sale of businesses le*s under Nazi law.s which "red the "Aryanization" of" lr ; r>i|HTties. The case involv ale of a publishing cunrn vned by a Jew to a high hk "i Nazi officer. Fur the first time, the decision > takes judicial cognizance of fact that restitution legislates not exist in the Soviet Zone „i Germanj Under specia drcurostanc Jewish victims of Nazism from thai part of German, ma, therefore prated their .ntcrcsts by taking certain legal steps in West Germany, theeoun further stipulated At stake in the legal wrtfOvenry was the right to employ m ,, mu ol a publishing house specialising m scient.fic periodicals. Jh.ch was founded half a century ,go in Leipzig, in what is now the Soviet Zone, by Dr. Leo Jolow.cz. In 1938. the business WaS taken ever 1>\ SS Colonel Noat/ke. The | ew Uh founder died in Leipzig shortly thereafter, but his children tound ret>ge in the i nited States and became American citizenIn New York, his son. Walter Johnson, has built up a similar publishing house, the "Academic Pre-, In the ensuing legal dispute, the Frankfurt firm owned by the American heirs of Dr. Jolowicz has been upheld. BULLETIN WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, who is reported to have begun a reconsideration of American policy in the Near East, was visited for 30 minutes Wednesday by a leader of the "American Friends of the Middle East." a pro Arab group. The Rev. Edward L. R. Elson. who is best known as President Eisenhower's pastor, sought to dissuade Mr. Dulles from revising policy in the Near East, according to informed sources. of the humanities and statesmanship, asserted that the governments of the United States. France and Great Britain could best allay the "rising apprehensions" in the Middle East by reaffirming their Tripartite Declaration of 1950 and strengthening it with guarantees. He said "any general security system in the Middle East must take into account the military potential and the democratic vitality and rej liability." In This Week's Issue Senator Herbert lehmon berated At the UN Books ] Concert Stage I Cooking j Global Shorts Hollywood Mindlin Snorts Tercentenary Washington Scent



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PAGE 2 A *Jeistfkrkik*r, i^HKEMBQ, Community Center Youth Groups Plan Rab bi Lehman Returns Conclave at Town Branch on Sunday Youth will lead the way at the first all day teen age conference to be sponsored by the Greater Mi ami Jewish Community Center on Sunday. Dec 12. 1 p.m.. it WU announced by Emanuel Tropp. aaalsl ant director. The conclave, which will be attended i>> over 200 representatives oi the 33 clubs affiliated with the C( nter. ami which has as ittheme "Teen Agers Take Their PI Communit) Life." will be held .it ["own Branch, 480 SW 16th %  rhe clubs come from the < ei si ree buildings I Beach Branch and Flagier-Granada, well .iit• i xtensioi • the i oral Gables and North Dade .<: w ish > 'enti ra :• ;it the dinner ill be Mrs Leo \i k< rlent : the Jew ish who will give her % %  pre : the significance of • for the mmunity. Conference registration will ken al 1 p in and th.' k< ) note session ..t 2 p.m.. for the assembled delegates, will feature %  panel discussion on the subject. How Can Teen Agers Help Their mmunit)"" The panel will consist of In in Katz. principal ol Miami Beach High School; Kfraim H Gale executive director, GJUCC; Ronald Lovitt, of the Keystone Club and president of the Beach Hih Student Body; and Connie Goodman, vice president TAO Girls' Club Moderator will be Tropp Dele tec will be led in the Mnmnjj of %  he national anthem and Hatikva \ Shir.i Skop accompanied by ena Schwarti Chairman ol this pening session will he Sig l>..v.in. esident Town Branch Youth xincil lx>ui> Schwartzman, executive didor ol the Bureau of Jewi-h iucat."ii will serve a-discussion %  der for one "t the workshops will be attending oro 3 to 5pm His subject will "What Kind ol Judaism for Toi Teei \ %  Chan: this session will be uniel Mehler, ol the Maccabean ther workshops are follows V o u r Club Ml ops." < hairmai enl \ %  • i< .!" iderator, Nisson Raobi Irving U-hrman. spiritual 0 ) ,, ,,., 1.,-i.inii-KI. will return to h pu'pil Criday nisht at g 30 p m i illow n • I" • recently concluded trip '" I-""'"' 1 and will h -i %  > Land b ...-.i • • I'"' -j gift from III Cl '' ''"' : 10 ii nhmversarj .-s spiritIWUglllwrt throughout the country's ,1 leader of liberal thought and action He has received the "One World" award "in recognition of his outstanding record of liberalism his championship ol civil nuhtand international justice. and Ins .aii.int eltorts to perpetual! Hi. American tradition of cru ,, nunoiiam vi ihe Festival, there will be the I >i'"> • !>• the I'h.'ni'.ika candles, which will mark the traditional Jewi-li observance of the ancient victory of the Maccabeans against 11 Airs, leo Ackrrmon Beach Branch supervisor %  What Makes ., Social function ( lick?" chairman Ifyrna Dolinger, trea-urer. A G I. Club, moderator, Leonard Romnej Extension super\ isor Ideas for club Programs chairman Irving Keigenhlatt. mod erator, Miriam Scheinberg, Youth Activities supervisor "Adventuring in Community Life," chairman: Maxine Drucker. president. Tn Beta; moderator. Israel Silver. Town Branch super visor "The Center and its Clubs How Can They Help Each Other'" chairman Barbara Seitlin. president Phi Sigma Tau: moderator. Mrs Dolores I'earl. Youth supervisor Three of the girls' clubs at the Center's Town Branch will prepare and serve a dinner at 6 p m Rabbi llenrv Okahca. of the North Dade Jewish Center, will deliver the invocation at the meal, while the benediction will be presented by Rabbi MornSkop. of the Coral Cables Jewish Center. Chairman lor this session is Mike Clein, president. Beach Branch Youth Council \ dance for all the delegates will take place in the evening to the musk of Cordon Randall and his Stardusters. Theme of the Club 300 it ing with the American Jewish Ter> theme, and a skit en. the enti • • • ZOA District io Buy 525,000 Israel Bond As Chanuka Gift %  ...• %  • • ill be i ordins. to ij eh iir I If) o| Bonds, whit h v Israel in her struggle for economic security, will be presented to Hartley Crum, celebrated author ami attorne) a) a mammoth ZOA Chanuka festi v.d to be held in the new auditorium o| the Hotel Algiers OH Dec L'l at 8 p m Crum who will be the guest speaker at the Festival is well years %  n m I The h "uk, Fw "*-"•• the GJLI fOA coord,„,„ n J*< '•"•"'"-n. chairman w^, Zionist Districts -„a, ^ hra "<'n are M,,* '""S ^ %  %  "'PrSnt^J lea, Dan Oav,,, „'/.I Jore. Sheldon uKffij Miami. Irving S-.i ., "^H Beach ifi *3| pmWent; Brow,* fi Harris,,!,, president. '" New Sunday Class \ session in Sundaj School classes for children in the five and six-year age group will be instituted on Sundaj at Beth Jacob religious school according to Rabbi Akiva Chill, principal The class will meet sverj Sunday from io am. to noon under the leadership of Miss Lorraine Safr... of the faculty WHITE COtOtCO DAY WOtKERS S5 I it ani Far* HOTEtS Moidl. Portrri RESTAURANTS Kitchen Help DOMESTIC-Moidv ACE EMPLOYMENT 187 N-E. lit vi. PR. IW No Charga to Employ*' ">H INPtCTION Call 2-1776 S. •!. I riMMlmau and M. Ilophnn HEBREW 1001 STOIl! 417 WovhinttoH *#., Miami teach tttwf* f,*,th ani hHk $f. HEiBEW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far S,xo9* UP an( p r i,ote Un i Alt* lei H.hrtN Sch M l, P'^BD "CO Tel*,h.R. sen 17 'JtAfl (IIIIMCMIS physicians and dentists recommend HtHt'S WHY Anocm u Kite a doctor s prescription. 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ty, DECEMBER 10. 1954 *>Jmlst rkrldian PAGE 3 A rers to be Installed at Annual Dinner; [ram of Wednesday Function Told .,,,. the 13th annual dinr,',.,. i Jewish Kdu• (he Di Lido L ,,,, [5 al fl 30 pm. was L,i !-. Mrs Louia Glaaaer, t. in .. ihr dinner committee. \ m v ii begin with Invocation [bhi S • \i' ril President Rabh ,1 Association ol \r Miami .. Tl]l tenary Suite." orig^u.i, written by Hubert L r local music director. _||y for the. Tercentenary fill'l, played by Victor Stern. member ol the faculty of L, .,(,., i| al the Univer-itv Cmi. with Strasaburg at the The Suite will be in four • ii,,:. ; Marches On," a jli,. script written and narrat1, Schwartzman.e^fccu|rei %  :. will portray the ac Restaurant Opens for th Consecutive Season ,p,,i, : & Vegetarian .fr-stau|j41 \\ -Ii ngton ave.. Iminmi %  w ill reopen tor business for [hi ecutive season under Inie n gement that over has established putation locally and nation|Bergn Brothers have been : Held all their Ir.d >im 1942 have maintain^h %  irds ol prompt and i u> i< e with the aid of led I specialised per[Star i -'.uirant -ervebreak hnch in dinner, with break i ttractively priced. II ives strictly and fish dishes. I meat products of any fe used in the preparation of eals tivitiea and personalities of the Bureau. The cast includi i Judge George E. Holt, of the cin til court of Dade County, Stanlej I M president oi the Greater Miami Ji i li Federation, Mr and Mrs. Charles Gottlieb, Mrs Harold Thurman, Deena Serotta, Irwin Siegel, Ellen Bolker, Sandra Levy and Kenneth Sher. The skit is directed by Mrs Gottlieb and i,, documental narrative ol l.'i year, of the progress ol the Bureau ol Jewish Education. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of 'temple Emanu-El, just returning from an extensive visit of Europe and Israel, will address the dinner and install the officers, who include Max Meisel, honorary president; Israel Shapoff, Harrj Slmonhoff, honorary vice president-; Matilda H. Katner. president, Harold Thur man, Sol Goldman, Joseph Duntov, Vice president-: Hen Zimi Ginsburg, secretary. Sam Prosterman, treasurer. The board of directors will also be installed Music will he played by Harry Rogers' orchestra Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will oiler the ben. ( lie i ion. Dinner committee includes Mrs [rving Gerstenfeld, MrEva Kahn, MrI'..--Glasser, chairman. Mrs Oida C. Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prosterman, Max Meisel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Matilda II Katner. Bernard Stevens. Israel Sh ipoff, Benjamin Meyer-. Sol Goldman, MrIrene Becker MrJoseph Duntov, Ehiel Le'sowoder, Abraham Whitehouse, Seymour Liebman, Meyer Baskin, Herbert Slier. Mrs. \ Molly Fabric. MrLeo Gelvan, MrRise I'erte-, Sidne\ Fertig, Mrs Herman Jacobs, Mrs .1 Shaw mut, Mrs. Irving Gypen, Mrs. Betty iSohwart/. MrIrving Zuckerman, Mrs Charles Gottlieb, MrFred Sandier, MrHarold Spaet and Mrs. Lester Stepner Rabbi G/etobenj 'O-JbeJ^ ...Ptyxytet to be Shown Guesf SpirHabi'tea&er 'Al Women's Functio %  Religion in Public Schools? "Is Religion Being Taught in the Public Schools?" This will be the tuple of a discussion at the Tuesday Night Forum ol Coral Cables Jewish (enter on Dec. 14. Mrs. Malvina Liebman, director of Elementary Education in the Dade Count) Public School System, will be main speaker. Proceeds for Welfare dallies Temple 11, Pythian Si-ters, will offer a card party and fashion show mi Wednesday, 8 |i m at ins Aragon' ave Proceeds will further the Pythian Sisters' child welfare work Rabbi and Mrs. William GreenIn rg, Allentown. Pa., were guests ol the boards of directors ol P.T.A., Sisterhood. Men's Club and Beth David Congregation at a reception Thursday, in the Beth David Audi torlum, announced Herbert E. Scher, Congregation president. Rabbi Creenberg received his Bachelor*! degree from New York University and was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 1931. He served the communities of Petersburg. Virginia and charlotte. North Carolina for many years. Since 1942. he has been spiritual leader at Temple Beth El in Allentown. Along with his rabbinical duties, he has been president of the Zionist District, served on the board of the Federation of Jewish Charities, Red Cross, Community Chest. Boy Scouts. B'nai B'rith executive committee and, in 1949, was given the "Page One Award'' of the Lehigh Valley Newspaper Guild for outstanding community service. B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will have a dessert coffee and get acquainted party at the Algiers hotel on Wednesday. Dee. 15, 12:30. A Yiddish-English playlet, "Life mi a Milkfarm." will be presented by Mrs. William Hechler. Mrs. Sol Rappaport is chairman. In charge nl reservations are Mrs. Sidney Siegel and Mrs. H. Kessler. Honored Guests Pat State Department president Hose Horn and present senior vice president of the State Department Erieda Levine will be honored t;ue-ts at the next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary. Coral Gables Post 243. Jewish War Veterans, at 8 p.m.. Tuesday. Dec. 14. in the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The auxiliary will discuss final plans for a Chanuka party Sunday afternoon. Dec. 19, at the home of Mrs. Dena Drubin, 6770 SW 5th ter. cheon Meeting lr i Beach I/>dge, B'nai B'rith, |DI(I itweekly luncheon meet th.' I) lido Hotel on Tues Dun. He 14. Election Scheduled Kne-eth Israel Congregation will hold election of officers on Sunday morning. Dec 12. at 1U a.m. in the .cstry of the Synagogue. ARTHUR E. FOX CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT \i'i:s THE ui:.\i"\.\i. OF HIS IIKKK'K TI i 245 S.E. FIRST STREET fTHE I'l. VZA mil. I 'IN' i' i-' u: :in-: II: MTI'-I: OK .WorNTANOY, COSTS, HY8TEMH AM' TAXES MIAMI. FLORIDA TELEPHONES •• J-*TM A MECHIAH! <#^,•: •*> %  + •0., J^lt 19 13AVI u ", Enjoy it with preserves sugar honey rau regeltib/e! salad berries fruit or just as it is HAtr m* DISTII4UIID B Iff cuitard mooih. eoy to digH. %  • o culture milk food with no mor. color!*! thon milkPKOOUCID UHDtK STWCT UBOItATOItt CONJKOL ^wmtfSt—t C***"*4L Israelite Center Slates Carnival and Bazaar Fourth annual bazaar sponsored by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will begin on Saturday. Dec. 11. at 8 p.m. The bazaar will continue all day Sunday and Monday. In conjunction with the bazaar, ih.' p T.A. "t the Israelite Center 1 will have a carnival on Sunday. Half Million Mark Passed Volunteers of the Community Chest's big money Division "A" moved past the half million dollar mark in their collections Tuesdaynoon as they reported a total of S503.926. or 91 percent of their big goal of S550.000. at the Columbus hotel. The new report pushed the overall Chest drive total to S874.224. for 71 percent of the $1,225.000 minimum quota needed to operate the 22 local Chest agencies and the national USO. 2110 N. W. 13th Avr, Miami, Ho. rh.ne 65-4563 can 44Q>u imagine our city withou t BUSES! On this coming Tuesday. December 14. Miami Beach voters will decide if we are to have a franchised bus operation. If you have no car, you rely upon buses tor transportation. If you have a car. you often find it convenient to ride a bus rather than drive in traffic and park your car. If you are in business, your patrons and employees ride the buses. A modern, efficient mass transportation system is such an essential part of our daily life that it is taken for granted. And yet. the franchise under which Miami Beach Railway Co. has operated for the past 30 years has expired. All members of City Council and City Manager Renshaw have approved a new 20-year franchise which now is submitted to the voters for adoption. Although Miami Beach Railway Co. was the only operator offering to provide the service, the franchise will not be exclusive; the city has the right at any time to franchise others. There are provisions for revoking the franchise any time its provisions are not complied with. Because of its long experience, trained personnel, modern equipment and financial responsibility, the company is well qualified to meet its obligations under the franchise to serve our community. The undersigned volunteer committee, as a civic service, has thoroughly studied the bus situation and the proposed franchise, and earnestly recommends that if you want the bus service continued, you should go to the polls on Tuesday. December 14. and vote to keep the buses. (This is not just a freeholders' election; everybody registered may vote.) CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR THE BUS FRANCHISE D. RICHARD MEAD and HINRY COVE, Co-Chairmen LEONARD C0LEMAN, Chairman Steering Committee For Courtesy Car to Polls Tel. 58-5252



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PAGE 4 A + lfJ*tnf£hBa!L ial Association, Amer. ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Pub lisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi Kgypt It-n ks How ii Egyptian spokesmen at the United Nations have finally backed down in the Bat Galim case. They announced early this week that they intend releasing the crew of the Israeli ship which they seized some time ago and which they charged with aggressive attack. This is just another example of the many vicious tactics which Arab League nations have been employing against the young Jewish republic. The spokesmen's excuse that their government now finds not enough evidence to support the original charge highlights the Arab propaganda campaign. The unforutnate thing is that Egypt was forced into this diplomatic corner only because other nations, interested themselves in maintaining the freedom of Suez Canal waters, decided to use the Bat Galim as a test and significantly let the Arabs know that they must come up with some concrete evidence to support their charge against Israel or back down and let the ship and its crew go. Were similar pressures applied in other Isineli grievances against Arab League nations, reace in the Middle East would have been assured a long time ago. As it is. Egypt still refuses to give up the Bat Galim. But we feel the :c-lease of the boat will be only briefly postponed. A face-saving gesture, the Egyptians must :::crall piove that their bite is as sharp as their bark. A .\w N.I i n i II.II> Temple Beth Sholom will have a cornerstone ceremony Sunday for the Temple's new sanctuary which, when completed, will include in its expanded state 1,800 seats for worshippers. This addition to Beth Sholom symbolizes a tribute to its congregation and leadership, as well as to the Greater Miami area. Twelve years ago. Temple Beth Sholom was organized by little more than 20 families who felt the need for a spiritual center in what was then a northern extreme of the Beach. Since that time, the congregation has qrown to include some 800 families, and Beth Sholom now a viqorous hub of reliqious, cultural and itional activity. Mirrorinq the qrowth of rr.anv another ce on in Greater Miami, Ihe Temple ministers to every age group of the %  -sh community. The new addition thus followed as a natural result of an expanding area. But it demanded the capable leadership of an alert conqregation to express its qrowinq spiritual needs in coni-iete fashion and to brinq to completion the sanctuary whose cornerstone will be laid Suncay. Cornerstone materials, brought from the far Negev in Israel, affirms American Jewry's heightened identification with its ancient and revered tradition. Temple Beth Sholom, alonq with other conareqations in our area, has met the challenge of an ever-enlarging Jewish community. Sir Winston is Highly The Board of Deputies of British Jews last week congratulated Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Our feelings about the mighty Sir Winston may, at times, be mixed. There are few of us who will believe otherwise than that the qreat war leader always acted in accordance with the best interests of the British qovernment he has. for so many decades, ably represented This has often meant some of the cruellest treatment accorded to the early Jewish pioneers in what was formerly Palestine. But the fact remains that Sir Winston's life is inexorably tied up with modern Jewish history, Zionism and the reemergence of Israel in our time. The Board of Deputies therefore aptly voices its hope that he will be spared many years of physical and mental strength to continue aivinq quidance and wise counsel to a tortured world. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Streei Telephones 2 1141 2-8212 ZZ: ": — On. V.',"" B S C W T _l ^^JlLLf Friday. December 10. 1954 Volume 28 Number 49 Kislev 15. 5715 FRinflv During The Week... \ H By LEO MINDLIN HECEMBQ, 1 s A 1 on III IOIUI.IMTeen age clubs sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center meet in conclave here Sunday. Thirty-three affiliated groups and their members will discuss in open forums the teen ager and his position in community life. Interesting to note about the conclave is that it casts light on two significant matters. For one thing, it indicates that adult Jewish leadership here, and the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, are intimately concerned with the teen ager and his problems. On the lace of it, the conclave will thus afford ample evidence of the manner in which GMJCC provides leadership and guidance to some 1.000 Miami teen agers through its many clubs and social and athletic programs. More important, however, is the fact that our young people are intimately concerned with determining constructive and healthy channels through which they may express themselves and are willing to do something about it. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and the conclave Sunday are an excellent example of the way in which adults and teen agars can work hand-in-hand to provide intelligent facilities for leisure-time activity for our youth. llialcah Center Grm Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center is. in itself, a proud example of the manner in which a Jewish community creates its own identity and expresses that identity often in the face of opposition. Six years ago. Jewish leaders in Hialeah met to organize a spiritual center in a "sensitive" area. In 1951. when several Miami synagogues were terrorized by vandals, that CenteT already housed in its own building, was also the object of such a threat. Last Sunday, Center leaders met to break' ground for a new addition to their present quarers. The handful of charter members has grown to an afhhation of 120 families, with an active rehg.ous school and cultural program. The new addition will create additional facihties for classrooms and offices. We join with the Greater Miami Jewish community m congratulating the H.aleah-M.ami Springs Jewish Center and the quiet but determined manner in which it has been qrowinq to meet lt8 equally growing spiritual needs I I THE DINNER at the Miami Women"! ( l„|, honoring Roy Cohn, former legal advisor i., ',,.' '.,' Thurs % and Rabbi Benjamin Schultz. self-styled leaderol i rh > Jewish Leagua to Combat Communism. wai on,.", i pnv '"N I aver attended. Apart from the f;ict thai i i, 1() JJ" "'"-tin by a number of the Freedom Club, one o| the WarT N| I would not be welcome, the spectacle ol im~ l "' n '" r 1 8 1 unfolding there would have proved ihatterin %  T""' blf v Inlinethan mine. The dinner, one of main „„ w ," "*" % the nation, paid homage to the "misunderstood" rS^'H Sen, McCarthy and Rabbi Schultz. who was rhaL ,' '""I the local Freedom Club as -the most itatan.,,u.*" *" %  in the t'nitcd States ,ng an ti-comaj| The 400-odd persons present included mans rrwrnk. tian clergy, who came to the dinner ostensibly t„ KT'* "'I in which two Jews represent themselves as onrw.sJ "* deed. I had the feeling that the prevalent torn. ,: o? >Ubs9 "-l ported the concept that "all Jews arc communists" lr.rt,,.""** amusing to regard two who are not. All about me,h "* political reputations of Roosevelt. Truman Achw. !" u""** host of other New Dealers were utterly destroyedIn !" ?* worse than Hitler or Stalin, and the grace of PascK^" %  erred by Holy Writ because he had waged a war i* w communists. War ,rt s Pn **] There is little to say about Rabbi Schultz He is a a^J] who called upon loyal Americans to organize an U ne>l~?' ment" for democracy. The tragedy lay in the f ac ff'democracy for which he appealed was not at all the un £* flourished in the minds of his audience or of Freedom ni,' generally His chief claim to fame rested in his anno c iT New York office could be reached by mail for c„p,,s ?" "Everybody Hates McCarthy but the People '*' • • • e EQUALLY TRAGIC but more insidious was the addressed who. using the tactics of his former employer filled the J an hour with pouring forth half truths. Both he and Rabbi' veighed against the "egghead." the college professor and writer. All of these, they more than implied, were tools m otherwise, of communism. Roy Cohn went even further condemnation of McCarthy was. for him. a communistdonigf All efforts of Confront during the past five yearto tether the* sin Senator's tactics were also, he said, dominated in this fasbaZl Senators TydingS, Gillette, l.ucas and Benton. noted MccS w.iv painted by Cohn as "ez-8enatort" because ihev had VOLM opposition to the Wisconsin legislator's mv. -t.-^turv methtat4 people." he declared, "have spoken." A self-confessed Demil nonetheless flayed former New Deal-Fair Deal administratwnLiT them with coddling and protecting known communists In tail he characterized himself as one of the chief prosecutors ii Ail and Julius Rosenberg atomic spy case, humbly submitted HI SchulU who. in his introduction, declared that the genius" Can assumed a leading role when he prosecuted the eleven rotmdai munist spies, took upon himself and the McCarthy conudMaf nuendo credit for the conviction and imprisonment of AlfershJ with righteous wrath, let his audience know that U.S. Seaanrk H. Lehman was responsible for the promotion of Harry Deskrls, as head of the International Monetary Fund -this, even %  MM was amassing a secret file on White's communist affiliate I must say at the outset that the conviction of Algerian,! opposed by Harry Truman who called it "a Red hemng. oaktook place during the latter's Administration and well befeefcl pointmcnt of Sen. McCarthy as chairman of the Permanent! mittee on Investigation. As for the rest, I can rely upon i L sent to me, dated Dec. 6. by Sen. Lehman, whose integrity asuJ can anil representative of the people of the State 6* New York I ai face value and whose honesty I would not deign to -ully bj> Icon with Conn's, except for the exigencies of tinsituation. "IN THE Rosenberg case," Sen Lehman said "Cohi was confined to handling one witness \i i S attorney. Southern District of New York Imostoftki tin cast although %  leading pan in the court bj Irving Saypol, the then is Attornej Ii Ihi case of 0*1 communists, Sen Lehman wrote me, "the chii I | isecutorwnl X McGohey, then UJ Attorney, now Federal Judge Ci.hntuda| nection with this case whatsoever and ..ool aatedi U S Attorney's Office at that tune As far as Coon's charge about Sen. Ix-hman in the Harry I White ease is concerned, the venerable New York statesman satj had only the most superficial acquaintance with White dunngtbj part of World War II, and at the time White was appointed hear International Monetary Fund. I was out of the government enB had no contact with him whatsoever and certainly was not < nor did I in any way recommend, suggest or approve his pp Conn's sort of malicious address, irresponsible character^ nation and hysterical — albeit wise-appearing approach to s activities mirrored the general characteristics of the now i McCarthy investigations and reflected the infantile chauunsa*] Thursday dinner. To understand the raison d'etre of this P" one must be aware of the purposes of the Freedom Club is u ization, for it is this group that acted as co-sponsor and 1M spreading Its tentacles in malicious fashion throughout [he n*N The Freedom Club, organized early in 1952 ha itl njti<**J Quarters at Los Angeles, Calif. As late as 1353. its advisory P" included such figures as < Veil H DeMille. Dr. Robert A. Mill Norman Vincent Paala, Eddie Hickenbackcr. George SoW*.J A i Wedemeyer and \unn Crosby—a diverse colleetioen' and politically naive personalities On Feb. 18 ol that year.*' businessman of Beeeriey Hills, calif. ll James BUbop, wiP|<* he fell thai the organisation seema to ba "anti an} i\P<'"' !" 2 operation is lireaponalble, slanted and detrimental to t r oi ,i better Amerii i THE MIAMI Chapter of the Freedom Club lists M B <*L and directors noted local leaden whose Dames an in WPT J who although general.) known, need not be in-ntine dtK "^ Junction with the Miami Breakfast Club the ..i ^ ..m/.-tion p ufw-y Freedom Newa." in a recent edition ol this publicat ion vfJ J I was reported that the Breakfast club has been -i^ rn "? J I" -el .„, regional headquarters for a ongress of Kreetfom§ tag to Ihe Freed..,., News,' the function of the %  omireAi^J things ito guarantee "that America steer clear oi theM"**" aign aiiiani. ( %  The news director of WFTI.TV. Fort Lauderdal*"*2sl[ •dltkm on an agenda of proceedings held at %  regional f Continued on Page '' A



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. y DECEMBER101954 •Jfnlstnorkilnn PAGE 5 A orrterstone Ceremony Sunday „, ,i BiMndrath, pro I L'jilu' Union "I American He fcongregations, parent body of I Judaism. will be guest oi J ,, cor ncrstone ceremonies L new sanctuary , Serbiir, chairman of the Imn ..ilnnct. will preside over Inner at the Dl Lido. Ralph Tipresident of Temple Beth Rabbi Leon Kronish is i leader ||s and roof of the auditorium Ih.ipel are now complete, and fcctuarj with its nine portals i.mo-t finished. The cornerIs of basalt stone from quari the Negev area in Israel. Ic: president of Adams Eniinu l*o., Inc.. manufacturers Bf jalousies and aluminum lure, heads a com mittee c ont"7>i~7l.imcN M". Albert, MbrIpcrt. Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph Dr. Maurice N. titendrath L. Arkin, Maurice Burk. Leon 1 | EH, Louis .1. Krensky. Herbert Matties, Morry B. Morris, Serbin, Spero and Sam Stein Nautilus Junior High School \ Band, members of Boy Seoul Troop j No. 45, the pupils' choir and Btu| dents of the religious school of the Temple will lead the procession which will start at Chase ave. and 44th st. and parade to the building site. In the lead car of the proces! sion, as guests of honor, will be Yehuda Levit, Consul for Economic Affairs for the State of Israel; Dr. Eisendrath; Goodman, who is also Professor of Design in the Graduate School of Architecture at Columbia University. Serbin will preside at the 7 p.m. dinner. He will be assisted by a committee on dinner arrangements, headed by Philip Schlissel Members of the campaign cabinet, who will aid Serbin. include: Jack Abbott, James Albert, Joseph Arkin, Zachary Bailey. Harry Rlumin. Harry' Dinnerstein, Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. Leon J. Ell, Mrs. Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Loretta Katz. Milton S. Malakoff, Howard Miller, I Morry B. Morris, Judge Kenneth Oka. Maury S. Olnick. Bernard Pallant, Mrs. Sol S. Pine. Sol S. Pine. David Pollack. David Provus, Albert Rosen. Burnett Roth. Dr. Alexander Bobbins, Alex Rubin, Dr. Norman Russ, Dan> l Sepler, Sam Segal, Jr. John : harles Silver-. Abe SoRalph Spero and Sam stem. Dr Eisendrath became nl in 1943. the Union ol Hebrew Congregations h is added more than 17S new conions to its membership roll. The i nion is also the patron oi the Hebrew Union College-Institute ica's hist Rabtninary, ol whose governing I oard he is a member, Dr Eisendrath is active in many spheres ol American and Jewish life He is national chairman of the Commission on Religious Organizations ol the National Conference of Christians and Jews and vice president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. He was one of the official* American Jewish representatives to the peace conference in Paris after the war and aflfa served as consultant at the San PrandsCO conference which wrote |the charter of the United Nations. Graduated as Rabbi from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1926, Dr. Eisendrath served as Rabbi of the Virginia Street Temple in Charleston, West Virginia, from 1926 to 1929. and as Rabbi of the Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto, Canada, from 1929 to 1943. In the field of scholarship, he was president of the Candian Society for Biblical Studies and author of a book "The Never-Failing Stream,'' published in 1939 on the occasion of his tenth anniversary at the Holy Blossom Temple. In recognition of his many contributions to the rabbinate, the Hebrew I'nion College conferred on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1945, and upon the 25th anniversary of his ordination, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations honored him with a special award for his services. 'And they shall make Me a sanctuary; and I will dwell in the midst at them." the lirst synagogue established on Miami Beach takes pride in announcing the appointment of Agudath Israel Forms New Group Junior congregation has been organised at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, according to an announcement this week by Gerald Katz, Institute director. Named president was Larry Feder. Other officers include Donold Wechsler, treasurer: and Harvey Raderman, secretary. Douglas Lynn will be rabbi. Al-o named were feder. cantor. Raderman. choir leader; Eugene Howard and Sandy Shapiro, gabaim; and Freddy Rosenberg, sexton. Congregation singing will be taught by Mitchell Reiner, board member of Agudath Israel. Meetings are on Monday evenings at 7 p.m., Katz said. Chairman of the religious committee is Michael Lerman. Richard Winer is co-chairman, with Judah n Ever acting as nonary junior member. Fourth Teachers' Seminar Held Fourth session of the annual seminar for teachers in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami will be held at Temple Emanu-El on Dec 14. at 8 p.m. Guest speaker on the Tercentenary theme will be Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He will discuss "The Developing Pattern of the Jewish Community." Workshop session at 9 p.m. will be led by teachers of Temple Emanu-El under the direction of Saul Rabin, educational director. P.T.A. of Temple Emanu-El will be hosts. On December 7. John Appel, instructor at the University of Miami, addressed Jewish teachers on the subject of "Jews in American Literature." Roni Hyman and Don Schrager led the workshop session under the direction of Jerome Gordon, educational director at Beth David. 'Night in New Orleans' Due at Balkin Home A "Night in New Orleans" will be sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I. Balkin, 611 86th st., on Saturday, Dec. 11, 8 p.m. The Balkin home will be transformed into a replica of the Louisiana city for the event, with authentic decorations sent lor the affair by the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce. Highlight of the evening will be a skit, "The Case of the Missing Stole Winner." Participants include the Mesdames Aaron Barron, Helen Alpert. Abe Schwartz, Ida Optner, Evelyn Bloch. Fay Wahl, Leo Rubin. Peter Heller and Joan Libert Balkin. Michael Sossin will take over as the "French Market auctioneer." William Klein will be master of ceremonies and preside over the judging of the Mardi Gras queen. RABBI AKIVA CHILL as Spiritual Leader Principal — Beth Jacob Religious School Executive Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Membership Invited For Kashruth Supervision and Inquiries Concerning Kashruth Phone .V6T50 MORRIS B. FRANK. President Member of the Union of orthodox Jewish Congregation! of America Mrs. Greene Elected P.T.A. Council Head Newly organized Council of P T.A.'s elected its first officers to provide leadership for its program of correlating activities of all P T A 's of the Jewish schools here and to assist in the formation of new P.T.A.s. Mrs Ruth Greene, of Temple Emanu-El. was named president. Mrs. Dorothy Handshu. Beth David. is vice president and chairman of the PTA. promotion committee. Mrs Gladvs Yanowitz. of Temple Beth Sholom. was elected vice president and chairman of the P.T.A. bulletin committee. Mrs. Adelaide i Beckman. of Coral Gables, will be i vice president and chairman Of the I P.T.A. workshop committee. Also elected were Mrs. Frances Schiffman. North Dade Jewish Center, contact secretary; Mrs. Nat Fragm. Israelite Center, recording secretary: and Mrs. Molly Fabric. „f North Shore Jewish Center. treasurer. Council Inow preparing to publish the first edition of the P.T.A. News, containing activities of ail p.T.A.'s local!) Southern Senior Judaea Plans Daytona Conclave Southern Region Senior Judaea will meet for its annual winter conclave. Dec. 26 to 30. in Daytona Beach, according to an announce ment by Bob Clein. president. Conclave headquarters will be the Princess Issena hotel. "If You Will it is No Dream," the conclave theme, will be highlighted by discussion groups, Judaean workshops, folk song and dance competition, e x t e m p o r aneous speaking contest, basketball, shufDeboard and ping pong tournaments. Stall of leaders will include Yosef Pen. Anita Schwartzman. Saul Krukofsky. Erica Greenbaum, Mrs. I. Brukner. Herman Popkin. Roni Hyman. Mrs. L. Rafael and Jackie Prossner. Special guests expected for the four-day event will be national president of Senior Judaea Shelby Lyman and Mr. and Mrs. Chaim Adler, representing the Atlanta Zionist Youth Commission. Medicine, Judaism Discussed Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel, spoke on "Judaism and Medicine" at a meeting of Phi Delta Epsilon. medical fraternity, in the Algiers hotel on Monday night. Dr. Leo Levin is president ol the fraternity, and Dr. Jesse Halpern is in charge of arrangements. Young Adults to Dance Temple Israel Young Adults will have its fund raising dance, "Anything Goes," at the Sorrento hotel on Sunday night, Dec. 12. 9 p.m.. it has been announced by Miss Lorraine Albert, chairman of the ways and means committee. Serving on the committee are Doris Rabinowitz and Lee Polak, vice president. Makes Official Visit Mrs. Howell Wooten, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Florida, will make her official visit to Sunshine Rebekah Lodge of Miami Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 14th, 8 p.m., in the American Legion. Before the meeting, a banquet in Mrs. Wooten's honor will be given in the Strath Haven hotel at 6 p.m. Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. held a smoker on ihursday evening at the Knights of Pythias Lodge Hall. Standing (left to right) are Leslie Engelman; Marvin Rauzin, president of the lodge; Judge Sam Silver, general chairman for the membership drive in the South Florida region; Pobert Lewison. chairman of the smoker committee; and Bernard Liberman, chairman of the membership committee. % 



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PAGE 6 A + t***utfUrHk*n S^JTCEMBD, Miss Cohen Becomes Mrs. Altshuler rhc home of Mr and MiHarry COhen, 2335 s\v 26th tcr. was the Betting f ham \ (man of 11 2nd ave Icher i work at \Yl"> School "i Arts ces She i ..... kith I \\. • I y Depart ild u Mr Rosner is completing hidoc torate in psychology .it Ihe New Si honl for Social Resean h He is ., member oi th'. Department oi Psychology at the Psychiatric Institute Grasslands Hospital, Valhalla. N V. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Dr Daniel 0 Hammond and Dr n Hammond were hosta .it i ... tiering '" Ihe Sans Souel hotel las) week, honoring members ol th, i niverait) ol Maryland Medii ,i Mumni Aasociation Some 43 former L'niversitj ol Maryland students, h< re to attend the Ann Medical Vssociation convention, ithering %  Mrt. Kichord Altshuler Berlii ...... i thi ir wed lii vi rsarj Dei i lull hoti ,,, Mi Louis Makovsky daughter, Rose Marie Mr Louis rrachtenberg ol A) lantic Be ich \^ and Martin Le i ... \ eles, Calii al \tt Sin.H Hos 7 at Ihe Guests included and and Greuter Sisterhoods oi the National omen s : U P IIBUS Harry"* SonfcMiuii Beach Torah Fund affair on Thursday. Dec. 16. 11 a m .. at ih Hotel. Proceeds-are tor the Jewish The"' Miss lynn H. Smlltr April Riles [Manned Ry Sailer, Radoff April will bring wedding bells t" Lynn Harryette Salter and Burton Buzz) %  Radoff Lynn's parents Mr and Mra. Harry Salter, MO Baj dr Normandy Isle, announce the couple engagement The bride elect attended Forest Hill Village High School, Toronto, which lthe Salters' former home. She earned her BA degree at the University of Miami, where the belonged to Sigma Lambda Phi honorary service sorority, residence council and Delta Phi Kpsilon. Buzzj attended Washington and Jefferson College in Pennsylvania and the University ol Miami where he was a member ol Pi Lambda Phi social fraternitj He served two years in the armed forces His parent* are Mr and Mrs. Lee Radoff of the white House Hotel, Miami Beach Huzzy is a Mason and associated with the white House Hotel realti Mrs Anna Sparer and Mr Mur raj H Sparer mother and brother o| Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center spiritual leader Rabbi Malcolm Sparer, are visiting with the Rabbi Mr Sparer. I New York Attorney. i. Past Commander of the Sgl Charles Smith Peat, Jewish War Veterans, and zone chairi man tor the Lions International. I>r and MrEdward G Lear will cocktails al their home. 5829 Alton rd on Sundaj honori bers ol the faculty and ad mmistrative staff ol th. Lear School. \lr and Mrs Sid Lewis, "f 2180 Baj dr have returned after visitthi ir children, Mr and Mr>. > Rudolph, Pittsburgh, Pa an i Mi and MrSidnej 1 Shapiro, Spartanburg S.C Thej will remain here until spring, when thej leave for I • in Inn at Henderson Mile. \ C Mr and Mrs Karl Kubcnstein. of 20 Bast 13th it Hialeah, announce the lurth of their ton* Jaj Michael, at Mt Sinai Hospital on Nov. 30. Grandparents are Mrs Hortetue Blum. 3631 SW 21st si and Mr and Mrs Harry Kuhenstein, of New York Citj Great grandparents are ( Mr and Mrs Cecil Myers, also of 2631 SW 21-t si of the United Synaqoguo of America w.il hold their —d ""hursday tor the Jewish Ihcolcaical Se---, Shown planninq the program are (left to right) Miss L2 Goodman, co-chairman. Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairmcmrf I Mrs. Henry Wernick. president of the Southeast Re: ; ; ; a United Synagogue. Practicing Chanuka songs to be taught at the annual Chainb J Prepararation Institute of Temple Emanu-El are (left to rigid 1 Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president d the Sisterhood and PTA. sponsors of the Institute, Mis. Tb dore F. Arvan, PTA chairman, and Mis. Alfred Stone, Sdt hood chairman of the event. The Chanuka workshop is scheduled for Wednesday. Dec. 15. at 10 a.m. Mrs. Blank Hostess Mrs Sam Blank will be hostess .it her home, tK) East in Lido dr Miami Beach, honoring lit'members of the Greater Miami chapter. National Women's Committee of Brandeii Universitj on Friday, Dec10, 1 p m Sisterhood and PTA of Beth Sholom Plan Chanuka Workshop Mist Blanche Allmon Miss Kuril/, Samuel Levy Arc Engaged June is the month Helen. 1 Bar bars Km it/ and Samuel (Terry) Levj have chosen tor their wedding. The coupleengagemenl is announced by her parents, Mr and Mrs. David KuriU, of Philadelphia, ;:nd 700 %  83rd al Ml imi Beach, Helene ia graduate sity oi Pennsylvania School of Nursing Terry i. thson of Mr and Mrs lliam Levy oi Philadelphia Fcldman, Bulhin Claire Feldman, of Miami Beach, and Henry Bulhin were married on Saturday evening in the study of Kabbi Joseph Narot at Temple Israel Immediate members of both families were in attendance. The couple will reside at 515 SW 20ih rd Miami. Sisterhood and PTA of Temple Beth Sholom will combine their regular monthlj meetings tor the month of December, according to an announcement bj president Mrs Irving is Kaplan and Mrs Sol S Pine •( hanuka will be the keynote of the program." they stated \ chil dren's fashion show and Chanuka celebration will IMfeatured, with children of the religious WDOOl U models hildren who will partii ipate are Robin < "hen. Lew 1I In ii crane. Bill) Courshon Carol Dur bin. Jill Goldman, Douglas Grenald, Susan Grenald, Randj Ivi r, Judj Jacobs, Maxim Kronish, Barbara Miller and Lori Run The Little Shop of Lincoln Road will produce the show, tnd the children will receive gifts from the Sisterhood fiift Shop Organist Hy Fried will furnish the music In addition, there will be a bargain sale of surplus merchandise from the recent Sisterhood holiday auction Chanuka refreshments will be served after the meeting's program i is concluded. The meeting will I start al l pm on Wednesday, Dec IS, and iopen to the general pub in %  well as to Sisterhood mem bers Mi Ben Grenald is chairman. Mrs Alexander Kogan iover-all program chairman of Sisterhood %  TO 7 Hi Consecration Service Consecration services for new memberwill be held bj the Sister noon" -I Beth Krnoth Congregation i lesdaj D.c H H ,, m .,, 12201 wv 7th ave The group w,u Rabbi B Leon Hurwiti ol Zamora Ji wish Center and Rabbi Abraham Herson, ol Tl Israel Northside I m will be delii %  ted bj MrBernhard I hesman dent of the Sisterhood ol /., mora ii wi-h < ntct Sisterhood Slates Supper \ Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew ish Center announce. cafeteria rtyli Getting ready for a children's fashion show and ChM" celebration to be featured at the open meeting of Sisl **? and PTA of Temple Beth Sholom are Mrs. Ben GienuiM Goldman and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. The meelmg^ held on Wednesday. Dec. 15. at 1 p.m.. in the Temple P Mrs. Grenald is chairman of the day. Mrs. Alexander I is program chairman of Sisterhood. '•!' CH f S i* rl an annual upper to take place on Sunday. Dec 12. at 5 30 p m < o ch.nrm. m MrSam Schulefand and Mrs Maurice Corenblum „re in charge of arrangementliberty Balkin points to a painting of her form" ^ „ % Orleans and extend* a welcome to spe nd QSJSJ Orleans'' at the home ol her parents. Mi and W" I. Balkin. 611 86th st.. on Saturday. Dec. 1 loan New Orleans'' at the home ol her parents. Mi and ^"j^ I. Balkin. 611 86th st.. on Saturday. Dec. 11. 8 P m ; Wl Gras is being aponsored by Miami Beach B'nai B



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5ECEMBEn_10l954 ladassah Members Here to Mark [tta Szold Day at Local Functions Miami Chapter <>t Hadassah will mark "Henrietta Szold gVday, D' 1 13. According t<> Mrs. Samuel /. Sakn ,,,.[• president, the some 4.000 member] of Hada iah here kite i" Mrs. Siold, founder of the WomenZionist Organ nwrica, al affairs scheduled throunh..ut (he aiva in,.-cii Group "i Hadaa( ..,. a luncheon at the dent, will officiate al a candelight I al 12 noon. ceremony in honor of "H" Day bail-man is Mrs. Philip sponsors, -moo! the program will I The program will include a fash |h Then mill Now." fea1 ion show b) Jean Keats, modeled mistarting Tom 1300 by Hadastah women, and musical P nt day. along with %  Jtdassah. Iph Ecker is in charge Ions. J&UtihrMtori PAGE 7 A selections by Mrs. l[;irold Wynn, soloist, accompanied al the piano by Olga Bibor Stern. The program iarranged and dire cirri by Mrs Ifoset Meschelofl Mrs. Charles Alter will be chairman of the das | Dec. 12. 6 h.iim Weizmann Group mil hold ii smorgasn „. p irtj al the Miami 250 NW North River in honor of H %  un 5 heoB in the Roney Plaza ho Israeli Group of Hadassah will celebrate Henrietta Szold D lent is Iceeds will go towards Kroject* in Israel. Mrs. t ,.. is chairman. f3th. at :30 p.m.. the old its regular meetiMiiimi Branch of the %  unity (enter. 450 SW Irs. Jean Berman will look review, t'hanuka Siold's birthday will lighted. I |up of Hadassah will {celebration of Henribirthday with a lunSans Souci hotel on 13. 12:30 p.m. till include a fashion I will be presented by ke. accompanied by Her al the piano, kel Lipton, chairman, %  timer Wien and Mrs. kerman. co-chairmen, ni arrangements. tel on Monday, Dec. 13, 12 noon Philip II. Brummer. operatic tenor and Cantor of Temple Emanu-El, will entertain and par tieipate in a candlelight ceremony. Mrs. Jack Davis la program chairman. Chairman of the day is MrSol Silverman. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Joseph Wolf and Mrs J. C. Chutkow. • Shaloma Group will have luncheon at the Algiers Hotel, with the following program: sketch ol Henrietta Szoids life by Mr-. Bernard Goldberg and cantata. "A People Like These.'' narration bj MrHal Hertz. Songs will be by Joseph Pardo, accompanied by Hy Pried. Girls' Group Installs Officers '"'' ll LefcowiU was installed '"" i 1 "" ot Menorah B'nai Brith '" r| %  '' a meeting ol the ... i iniza "'" "eld in the Empress hotel hi re Other officers insti d include Begins Bernie and Linda Wachter flee presidents; Rochelie Garret! recording secretary; Susan K -i""" 1 "': secretary; and Helen Snuman, treasurer. Outgoing cers wen InCohen and Joan Gallenl Installing new members were Joan Gallent, Sandra Kayner and Rochelie Rudolph and those entering the organization include Sheila Vbrams, Linda Bressman, Brummer, Linda Mark: n Shapiro, Cynthia Suttin, Judy Ro i nbloom and Marsha Zaltnan off Cantor Philip Brummer, of Tem pie Emanu El, offered a musical program. Present as guests were Jerry Carver regional director ol B'nai B'rith Youth; Irvin Katz, Miami Beach High School principal: Miss Joan Siegel, first president of the organization; and Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Wernick. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, congratulates Mrs. Milton Sirkin on the occasion of her installation as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center at GMJCC's annual meeting Sunday. An all-games party "ill be h<-Iil by I R. Goodman Group of Hadassah on Wednesda) evening, Dec. 15. 8 p.m., in celebration ol Hen rietta Szold Day, at the Ritz Plaza H-Daj luncheon of hotaL announces Mrs Alfred Karg, Group of Hadassah President. t the Algiers hotel on Mrs Cv,[ ( '"" k '" chairman of 14 12 noon with ,h *" committee in charge, assisted Sandier as chairman. b V Mrs. William Kelly. Lillian show by Azen'a of Goodman, Mrs. Osius Lobcl. Mrs. M entertainment will Kar 8 and Miss Ceil Rubin. ving the lunchprrt (lutman. Gladys l.uhin and Mrs. Jonll serve as co-chairIr'iiip n| Hadassah will lt->n and fashion show, phmns of the future, 1 p.m.. in the Bisc hotel. bold Croup of HadasWate the birthday of 'Id with a luncheon s hotel on Monday, noon Rosenberg, presiLACK fysitm l REDUCING l" 10 "* • now ovailpst time in Miami at Itlon, d [K SYSTEM OF |MI BEACH [St., Miami Beach f*e Post Offict) ntntary Treatment, Vanf/ey, UN 5-2121 !>" %  ( Expert Swedish aith Manages Bible and Concepts of Creation Oisct/ssed Tuesday Louis Schwartzman will speak on "Science and the Concepl of Creation" Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, in the Academj auditorium This Ithe sixth in a series ol eight lectures centering around the theme -The Bible and Modern Man" being offered on Tuesday evenings ;.t H p.m by the school. Rabbi Alexander s Gross, principal, will introduce the speaker Mr Schwartzman has .i Bachelor's degree in Hebri Literature from Baltimore Hebrew College, was principal ol three schoolunder the lio.nil oi Jewish Education of Baltimore, Mil and assistant to the executive director of the Board of Jewish Education in that city and executive director of Associated Hebrew Schools of Wilmington. Del. He was also executive director of Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Education. Atlanta. Ga., a member of the National Association for Jewish Education and instructor in history and Hebrew at the University of Miami. He is at present executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education here. Beth Sholom Golden Agers Change Name At the first open meeting of the Golden Age group of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. the 50 women present unanimously voted to change the name of their group to "The Young at Heart." The meeting was held Monday in the banquet hall of the Temple, with Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the group, in charge. Featured at the meeting was the showing of a film, "Through the Years Jewish Women in American History." After the showing. Mrs living B Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood, presented fllrs Cohen with a laminated plaque of B letter received by Mrs. Cohen many years ago, testifying to her "civic leadership" when she lived in Alabama. The Young-at-Heart will meet every Monday at the Temple to sew costumes for the forthcoming Sisterhood musical review which will be held on Jan. 12 and 17. Mrs. John L. Leibowitz is chairman of the workshop. Rabbi in Cuba Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth David spiritual leader, returned to Miami last weekend, following a tour through South America. Rabbi Shapiro left again Tuesday for Cuba on behalf of Bonds of Israi !. 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PAGE 8 A +Jei&fk>rkMari Two More UroupM l'rg' Adoption ol" HUM Franchise Miami Beach vott rs will go to the polls in %  special election Tuesday, Dec. 14. to approve the franchise ol the Miami Beach Railwaj Co for a m w 20 > %  ar periodMiami Beach Railwaj Co., which has operated the bus transportation company on the Beach for the last ;*(> years, is the onlj operator offering to provide the service, and .ill members "t the ( '"> Council, ••well as <"its Mavafer Claude B*o> shaw approved the franchise which i being submitted Uf Its long experience, trained personnel, modern equipment and financial responsibility, the company is well qualified to meel itobligations under the franchise and serve the Miami i;, nil community a< the volunteer committee which has formed under the name ol the "Citizens Committee for the Bus Franchi i D Rich ird Mead and Henri Cove eo chairmen with ird Coleman, chairman ol the sti ering committi i Amp], provisions for the safebe transportation fadim*."f Miami Beach resi ad in the fran chise, and as eli da] draws two more Miami Beach civic More than 75 pints ci blood were contributed by members of the Beth David Men. Club when joint accounts were opened a, MS oi'al and John Elliot Blood Banks. Dr. M. B. Cirhn and Dr. Newhouse. directors oi the respective Blood Banks, expressed deep satisfaction with the excellent response. Shown 'left to riqht) are front row Dr. Culm. MrsMacPhee. public relations director of the John Elliot Blood Bank: Charles Spingam. chairman of Beth David Men s Club blood bank committee. Max Jacobson. president of Beth David Men's Club. Dr. Newhouse. Back row are Milton Sadofi. Lou Rosenson and Nathan Games, members of the blood bank committee. New B*ai BVith Lodge Revealed Progress in the formation of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge m We-t Mi ami has In-en hailed by Judge Sam I. Silver, chairman of the current Itei Miami B'nai B'nth mem bership campaign With the cooperation Of local B'nai B'rith leaders, including: Judge Miltaa Dat-idt, Give Us Call •AIM CATERERS PH. *44151 Iron. 11 • Hit*I HOTEL KOSIf DINING I0l| COIUNS AVENUE at 13th STREET, MIAMI BEACH Ft SJ*|| SERVING DELUXE I i rni B'F QiNNi SUi>mC


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DECEMBER1019M ^QlstJhrMtor hsburgh Heads Hotel Division PAGE 9 A i gel Tytell is Named to Estate Planning Council At the last meeting ot the Estate Planning Council of Southeast Florida, Bernard Tytell was elected to the executive committee to represent local certified public accountants for the next two years. A resident of Miami for the past 25 years, Tytell is active on the tax committee of the uacle County Chapter of Certified Public Accountants. Prior to his practice as a C.P.A., he worked for the Bureau of Internal Revenue as a revenue agent for five years, stationed here in Miami, and before that was employed by the Florida Industrial Commission. He has written tax articles, lectured on taxes and was a member of the radio tax panel in 1953. Tytell attended the University of Miami and is a member of the American Institute of Accountants and of the Florida Institute of Cer_ under way in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal is the Hotel Division shown at a jn meeting in the Sans Souci hotel. Top representatives of the giant industry met with .airman Sam J. Heunan (extreme right) and hotel division chairman Morris Lansburqh '; man' to set up a streamlined campaign committee and plan future functions Shown are (front, center) Jack Muravchick, Joseph Rose, Joseph Gardner, Gene Hoqan jamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Federation. Arthur Adler, Lansburgh and Lansburgh, energetic otel e\ecutive, has been chairman of the Comkwish Appeal Hotel Divi|h;is been announced by %  eiman I JA general chairunprecedented move to Hotel Division started earew chairman immediately luncheon meeting of 40 g hotel men here. The convene on Wednesday 15. at the Sans Souci | a w. rous effort to "get on the campaign and [for quick action. it hotel industry is Mre of its community responsibilties — and our group intends to get rolling as soon as possible," said Lansburgh It is expected that a quota approaching $200,000 will be gel for the Division in 1955. The bustling. 37-year-old chairman whose holdings produce an annual.sales revenue of several millions is confident that the Hotel Division will set the pace in the 1955 campaign. He predicts a strong showing "in view of the extraordinary hotel season which seems imminent." The Hotel Division was responsible for raising a little over 11 percent of la.st year's campaign funds, Lansburgh stated, and he expects SrlmllV s Dinner bhn. former legal advisor Date Permanent Sub-ComInve.fixations, and Rabnin Schultz, leader of a organized called "AmerBh Committee to Combat Ism" spoke to 400 persons Jer U-! Thursday night. asterwere Thomas Anliarm attorney and Mrs. Dn Sing the gathering, Rabbi alli'l upon Americans to grass roots" movement pac> He said that comn& thi reatesl menace I S today and that e profe ison, editorial writers and certain Senators are collaborating to ignore this threat." Rabbi Schultz declared that Wisconsin Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, whose Senate condemnation was announced dramatically from a teletype dispatch at the dinner, "could lead the American people back on the right path." Cohn, in his address, also lauded McCarthy and attacked former Democratic administrations for "coddling communists in high places He declared that the FBI, contrary to popular thought was "not properly equipped to handle communist Investigations." Among guests honored by the Freedom club, sponsors of the affair, wire Rap, Gordon Scherer, who was in Miami as member ol the House In American Activities Committee which last week held inquiries into subversive personalities and organizations here. Judge Vincent C. Giblin and WGBS commentator Alan Courtney. Monticello Junior Teens Schedule Sunday Dance Monticello Park Congregation junior teens will have a "Get-Acquainted" dance on Sunday evening, Dec. 12. at 7:30 p.m. The affair will be held at the congregation building, NE 164th st. and 11th ave. Boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 14 are eligible to join the junior teens. In charge ol Information is Mrs. Max I.cvnie, ol 1172 NE 160th ter.. North Miami Beach. that, with the increased needs of local welfare institutions and the additional aid required in Israel, this year's quota will be upped to 13 percent. Lansburgh is owner-operator, with Dan Lifter and Dr. Robert Levy, of more than 900 Miami Beach ocean-front hotel rooms, a ; total of five hotels, in addition to which he holds a nine-year lease on the Hotel Jaragua, located in Ciudad Trujillo, in the Dominican Republic. His Beach hotels are the Sans Souci, Sherry Krontenac. Versailles, Robert Richter and Venderbilt. Following an apparent trend set by Louis Wolfson, Glen McArthy and other members of a forceful breed of young industrialists, Lansburgh is one of the youngest executives in the world's most hotly contested field. He was born in 1917 in Baltimore of a family of moderate means. In 1939, Lansburgh came to Miami Beach to look over the hotel business. He had never considered entering the booming new industry, but he had been consistently hearing reports of its growth. Impressed, Lansburgh returned to Baltimore, retired from the liquor business and returned here. In 1940, Lansburgh put together Miami Beach's first package tour. In 1945, now teamed with a veteran Atlantic City hotel owner -operator. Lifter, he bought the 200 room Vanderbilt hotel. In 1949, at the age of .'!2. he leased out the Vanderbilt and retired "with what I considered enough money to live the remainder of m> lite in relative comfort'' — to tour Europe until 1950. Then, in 1953. Lansburgh. with his partners, bought the Sans Souci, built in 1950 for four and one-half million dollars. The busy executive points out' that every businessman in the Greater Miami community owes a responsibility to the many health and welfare institutions supported through the Combined Jewish Appeal. "These services touch the lives of each and every man, woman and child in this area and deserve the unqualified support from those who would see our Jewish life strengthen and grow." Bernard Tyttll tified Public Accountants. Tytell is active in Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He recently announced the removal of his offices to larger quarters at Suite 307, of the Roper bldg. in Miami. Israel Executive Is Miami Visitor Jacob Hilfer, executive vice president of the Israel Tourist Service Corporation, is now in the Greater Miami area to help stimulate travel to Israel. Hilfer. who came from the Jewish State two months ago, attended the recent World Travel Agents Convention in San Francisco, and has since visited Palm Springs, Chicago and New York before coming here. Israel Tourist Service is two years old, the travel executive and founder of the corporation explained. An Israeli for the past 23 years, he is now also seeking to attract Miami business leaders to take an active part financially in tourism in his country. "Our organization was the first to open up the road to Israel's southernmost point, Elath, tor vacationers," Hilfer said. "We run busses and touring cars throughout the country to points of historical interest." In addition, the organization's New York office serves as a central point where all American travel agents can receive information on Israel, schedule trips and arrange itineraries. Hilfer, who is a guest of David Levinson at the Algiers hotel, leaves Miami late this week for 1 Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington, where he will also make contacts with leaders for the stimulation of tourism. While in the U.S., Hilfer is arranging the purchase of several 42passenger, air conditioned busses for his company. George Kronengold, of Kronengold Travel Service, is Miami representative of Israel Tourist Service and was host to Hilfer during his stay here. North Shore Institute PTA of the North Shore Jewish Center is sponsoring its annual Chanuka Institution on Thursday, Dec. 16, at 8 p.m., in conjunction with the Men's Club. Program will include information on the meaning and significance of Chanuka, as well as the decoration of the home for the holiday, preparation of Chanuka delicacies and the singing of holiday songs. Mrs, Sam Pearlman and Mrs. Martin Kurzweil. co-chairmen of the Institute, have arranged a skit to highlight activities. Assisting are Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. lira Edward Klein a n d Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz. Mrs. Ben Fabric is president of the PTA. Jacob HiHcr v %  Mornin will perform Concerto No. 4 in by Ludwig van *n with the Univer(larr.i Symphony Orllohn Bitter conductSunday and Monday 1 al 'he Miami Beach County AuditoHorn Unveiling The dedication ol a memorial to the memory of the late Rose G Rom, formerly ..I 4240 SW 3rd Bt, Miami, will take place Sunday, Dec 12 2 p m at Star of David Memorial Park, with Rabbi Morris A sk..p officiating. Mr* Horn isur vived by her husband. Bernard; a MO, Leonard J, Los Angeles; daughter, Mrs. Sally Michaels. Coral Gables; one brother. (OUT sil hn sad %  grandchild. Friends and relatives arc asked to attend. Zamora Slates Festivities Tercentenarj month at Zamora Jewish Center will include a Sisterhood consecration service on Dec ID. Chanuka festival on Dec. ni and the dedication of Catsman Hall on Dec. 26. according to an announcement tins week. Book Review Due Mr and Mrs. Gcrshon Miller will review Nathan Ausubel's "Treasury of Jewish Folklore" at a meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter, u/omee's American O.R.T.. on Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, 8:15 n m in the Empress hotel. Joseph Waldman (right) and son Sam Waldman (left) of Wuldman's hotel, formerly Miami Beach's well-known Lord Tarleton, will mark its formal opening Sunday with a cocktail party and dinner. Representatives oi the press, radio and television, along with local and national civic and religious leaders, will attend the official opening of Miami Beach's newest kosher hotel. The reception will be held in the famous Jolson room, and the dinner will be in the rebuilt and redecorated ocean-view dining room.



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PAGE 10 A i Pioneer Women Plan Chanuka Affairs; Proceeds Scheduled for Israel Groups Children and youth of Israel will ,. benefits from Ihe Chanuka Festival oi Lights" eelebi I i .,l bj thi Pioi W linen's %  irganizations "i Greater Mi in I MImonth Mrs Ida Jacobs ( lu!> II. "ill sp a Chanuka I anquel on Saturdaj evening D II. 6 p m.. ;ii the Royal Hun Restaur; %  %  Mrs Jacobs h is pledg,all expei ses ol this banquet at which 200 pi n ins cted IT M e< ds ill he used foi md furnishing Kanot, a [or youth ..i tl I Israel Negi \ Mrs Mania Shubow ili i toastmasti r Yehudi Elberg author and New Yi rk will be ; rincipal speaker Mr Ah ntor ili hi assisted e piano bj Joseph Schreibol Temple Emanu I II will also i t [or a mu evi ning wl Mm'/" s is sp nespth tion on Monda) I Dec J" fi r "I' h .'] d l: ',' •" '.', cue Rah M -. ikei ..I ?! %  Sui I %  • '. r %  ...'; ..i 'i %  %  Hi .I |.-i • %  panii ; Vnyuta Mi I Pu-.nl eel V. imi I will Mr* Pearl K: Ti • FRIDAY, D KEMBU, Dr. Silverstein to Speak At Beth David Institute %  i %  pre ented Mi David on Tuesdaj I .,, K ,, m with D B rui h Silver -i, in .,featured speaki r Dr. Silverstein I i i \ -, earned thi Doctor ol i jmbia luati "I the Jewish Theological Seminarj He i, ,, member ol the board ol the National Hcademj for Adult J< w ol i nited Synagogue ->l Ann i I,,n will discuss i nknown Sanctuarj three KHM, William. idi daugh Dobbl Mr Wli meml ar ol l iu th El \M..;. [em i in ( bar • trf Palmer** Miami Honu l Con pan) Ft lends and rela jivi are asked t" attend. P.B I Winston Unveiling The dedication <>f a monumenl i. the memory of the late Sarah Winston, formerly of 1511 Miller pi Coral GaMea, will take place Dec 12, f ^"'iWl,l.' t With Uabl %  M Win*, iband, \\„ %  \l and two sister, \ u \ '""' Mr. Katie S3 charge tf attend f Mrs. Ma iocobs [or the Israt i Mri Pt* s i,, • has con pleted plans Club 1 ol Pio y I. 8 p.m.. in K' lion. The mosl ... Pi %  %  childn I Israi I bj K i nds at nd eve c heduled I i be hi Id week "t ka at the home "t nine Kadm h membei Mrs I eo i linatini chairman for elebratim %  the pa*l %  : %  in chai Markovitz Unveiling The dedication "l %  monumi nt memory ol the late Sophie Markovitz, formerly "f 2020 s\v 16th ave will take place Sunday, Dec 12, 4 p "i at Mt Nebo Cemelery, with Rabbi Abraham Herson Mrs MarkoviU iur \ ved t >> two daughters, Mrs Sadie nd \ii • la ck Goldstein; I ula MarkoviU, ol Daytona i two sisters, Sallle Ar Gussie Hirsch Arrangements are in charge ol Palmer's Miami M o n u m e n t Company ked to %  d Miami Wholesale Corporation 120-6 N.E. 9th Street p^ We Carry a Complete line of linens for HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon Sheets — Blankets Towels Bed rJ Pillow Cases — Spreads — Dish ToweU Plastic Goods, etc. Fully Air Conditioned Ample Solomon Unveiling ol a monument to ill • : t the late Harrj Solo take place on Sund Dec 12 2 30 p m at Mount Ni bo Cemeti i) irhprp first i COUNT* HIGHEST IN RESERVES Bridge Tourney Due • ( 'lul' ol [si a' I ill point %  iment on Tui sdaj. Dei 11 will begin at H p m in Kap%  II.,11 Winning plaj %  rs .11 be i was given two women at the luncheon meet ater Miami I < ol i ineer Worn, n's Organizations Nov 30 at Betty's restaurant. Mrs Ethel shore, cultural chairman ol the Golda Myerson Club, was pre1 ;, silver plaque in honor ol hi r 29 years "of dedicated and 'd< Widlansky Unveiling The di dication of a monument in the memor) ol Ihe late Samuel Widlansky, formerly "f 2121 stt 14th ter., will take place en SunDi i 12, 12 noon at Mt Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi S T Swirsky officiating Mr Widlansk) isurvived h\ hi* wife MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL '. O \ AND IOAN ftStOCI.IION NOSIM SHOSl HUNCH MAIN OIHCI SOUlHSKMn rid o S 051 ^^ /


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DECEMBERiyil^ ^hUkrMi&L m Schultz-Freedoin Club Kids PAGE 11 A L^l from ?9 4A jerything that is liberal as being r 4 .1 synonymous with communism Us st March 20 and listed re|ation ,„ the pro McCarthy ommen.lations of tne or-, (jon movement .. Ten Mimon Amer puticuiar emi P icans Mobilize for Justice," is manipanage ol the HricKir, fos( TMA ttt ributaa th ,. ro nt wlm h was opposed lartivi(|( s „ f lhQ Watkins censure C, Eisenhower and do: cnmmi „ PP t0 the insidjous jnf|u th'' s nKr r S ^"f pncc of communists who. "though ( ''; ,, T'"T a A,nencan wil,,nB W0 W Mld blin b "< "nofunii for n Amencan C( n (|up( s ;i|r(ia(|y f __ V1( fmm( (| ,t home or abroad, cnarC( r ;iln merri „,.r, |f h ,•_:,, "such Items a. any S(;1 „. K Spna(i ... of funds wh.ch would „ (akps UBd t to any nation Robert R. McComlck's "For Amer America and an au-oin ica m(1V( mcn( re rriinis<-.-nt „ f ,,„ rthe m i efforts ne.ng ;il)()rtjv(1 Mmtpl by fornVsen h( national level la re,,„,„.,., R „,. vn „|, lK jn ,, )45 u< h-' %  %  ''• %  '* ed N ;'" Isolationists, nationalists, alieni strengthen its baitws. righUst political dissidents (on and thorough-going hatemoi •doi ib and particu-1 into a so-called "Nationalist Party." I | i.ce'dom. the The lone of the "Ten Million AmerJctox i.l also recomleans." lauded by Conn and SchultZ Atlanta that the organin Miami last Thursday, is get by ,.* up and maintain a such people as TMA vice chairman li, individuals of u Gen. Pedro A del Valle (ret.), Mrs Grace H. Brosseau and John B. Trevor. LEGAL NOTICE Slati who are dedicatul constitutional i his file to be Gen. del Valle was a director of th extreme care. The thp National Economic Council in such recommendation 1950 Hp ,, als0 the author nf m attack against (Jen. George C. Marshall, printed in the hate sheet. "Common Sense." This group, dominated by Merwin K. Hart, is a devout enemy of loyal American laClub record includes bo,. groups and dpccnt abo| ,. cks against the Unit-, ation attacks he Uni ed Nations demands upon our govin vitriolic terms, calls to the point pus in the extreme and subversion of its own [type But this kind of i is unfortunately underlight of the fact that latl.uk halt its support of the organization in any lleadin^ role it took here edom I-ibrary, contamfrom the anti-Semite | Merwin K. Hart's "Ecosletter and from racist rod of civil uprising for states' rights and denounces fair employment practices. An example of Hart's r a year ago in the. philosophy is embodied in this textbook controversy quote from he -Ec^^ Council censorshop of the book Letter" of January 15. 1948: "We %  h ave one concrete suggestion to make to every citizen who is impressed by the potential danger. Let him possess himself of one or more guns, making sure that they are in good condition, that he and other members of his family know HO some time ago held how to use them, and that he has in Miami, subsequently' a reasonable supply of ammuniams to leaders here. re-|tion." (Rabbi Schultz, appearing on it they make contribua local commentator's WGBS midnight show here, could not muster his energies to repress a telephone caller from voicing similar sentiments on a hi phonic system.) The House Select Lobbying Activities Committee, in its 1950 report, said: "One of the National Economic Council's techniques, for Sum ot $100 to $1,000 to subscription quota for Ins club then, its affiliations and, whether by otherwise, its racist i is the hub of all negang locally. It also conbarges everyone and evwmplc 1, to disparage those who oppose its objectives by appeals to religtous prejudice." In 1951, the American Commission of the American Legion, certainly a loyal organization, had quoted into the Congressional Record its Department of Illinois observation: "Last year in our report, we presented Merwin K, Mart, of the National Economic Council, as a hate propagandist. Harts group has been denounced earlier by 'America.' nationally known periodical, In the ow to* fashion: 'Those who reason In the manner of the National Economic Council are, whether tnej know it or not, selling out to ommunisi Part).' GRACE BROSSEAU, another of IMA s founders, will be remembered lor her isolationist activity during pre-Pearl Harbor days, she was actively identified with Allen Zoll's organization, American Patriots, in.-. since listed by the r s Attorney General as "Fascist." John B, Trevor is president emeu tiis of the American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, related to the original mass sedition conspiracy indictment handed down by a Washington Federal Grand Jury. There are other names of men and women, listed among members of the sponsoring committee of "Ten Million Americans." that I have in my possession and whose activities would be subject to inquiry if our government ever gets down to recognizing the subversion of hate and racist organizations as sharply as it has recognized the contemptible infiltration by communists into our nation. But those whom I have mentioned here, it seems to me. are enough to delineate the nature of the organization j which sponsored the Roy CohnI Rabbi Benjamin Schultz dinner in Miami Thursday evening. We look upon communist inva: sion of the vital centers of our j world with revulsion and concern, I but we play with fire when we : emphasize our loyalty and our in; tegrity by identification with de: mented and downright Fascist groups and personalities whose Americanism is a type of sedition as vicious as the Sovietism which we hopefully seek and pray to excise from our midst. COUNTY JUDGES COURT TV, Fl 25700 DADE COUMTY, FLORIDA No. 2 RE: ESTATE ()! %  *.T.Vi 0 S? MASS Deceased i=!. OF ,NT ENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N"TirK | hereby Kiv ,. n hat n m rued nu final report and neiuii.n tor final Discharge as Executrix of the ••Maw pf ANTHONY MASSA. decei "I. ..ml that ,,„ ,|„. Ifl „ ;i) ,„ hlmmr -"L. w ."L. | ly '" ">'• Honorable w I I.I.AM'IIX, County Judge of 2? ounty, Florida, for approval of nun rinal report and for final dls'I V',M,. ; '. S .K V.''"'"X f lh Estate ol ANTHON) MASSA. deceased. i his :iaih day of November, 1!>.".4 Mv.-o • ;\ IAI( "' : "AHHA, Executrix MYRRH. HKIMAN AKAl'I.A.S %  eye ror Bkecuti i\ S..0 Heybold li| ( l K 12 lo-i; M-Si Miami, i'! i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i NAME LAW NOTIi B lh HKRKBY HIVK.N ine mi.i.-rsiiii,,.,!. deal, '• /"'riv';''; 1 ;:,' ia "•""••" .INI-IK. PI.AHTRM C-0 N 81 h v Opa raid name ^VIM^KV'^T:,? 11 ^^" 1 '" f"i Murnt) Rubin Miami, Florida 1 N TJ H M 5' RCUIT COURT OF THE crTc H r J >i D J CIAL CIR CUIT IN AND rS^PA ^ : C H C 0UNTY • FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. N 0 174007 I.II.I.IAX SCHRR m.l.KN. plaintiff VB. JOHN M OLDEN. Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION I" JOHN M. OLDKN 29S0 Mi, Street, N.W Washlnfton, D.C v "l' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .. 1: 11 .,f Complaint for Divorce LEGAL NOTICE hag been ai •• herel ,,f yo plaint lh.original the Clerk of the Circuit Court, iiefurr th.' 1 nth day nf Januari filed Bfjalhel you, sb) required to eervi Anawer to the Mill Plalntlffa attorney, Answer in thand a copy of Comand file office of on or IMS; otherwise, rite anecatlom of said Bill of complaint ili i„taken an confessed axalnst you. Dated this 7th dav of Dcrembei-. 19.'. 4. E n LEATHBRMAM, Ckrk of Cln-uit Court Byi it. II. KICK. .IK., (Seal) l>pputy Clerk UEOROE .1. TAUANOPF, E8Q, Attorney for I'lalntlif 4L'o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; Kia. l^ I0-17-J4-J1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174747 HELEN MARIE KOSK, Plaintiff. VH. ROBERT Mi:i.\'IN KOSK, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ROIIEKT MKI.VIN ROSE, i % %  Veterans Hospital, risraonnel I te&artntent, Pao Alto, California. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Itlll of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Anw.r or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, B. BLAIR ROK8, K'07 Mis.ayne Bids Miami. Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Clroull Court on or before the 7th da) of January, 1965, or a decree pro conwill be ntered affalnst you. i'ai.uses, hens, dev kiees, lesati • granti %  -. trust,I, ni es, III noi a, sm PCS-i,i s. in Intel.-st. creditors, "t %  >t i ,-i claimants, clalmlna by, throush, under oi sa tlni I BJJ "f the above and foreaolna defendants, or either ol them or otluri.-e. All unknown lutrtlea having or clalmlna i" have any right. title or Interest In and to the property Involved In this sull rOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .. suit has been filed sgalnai you in the above styled court i" yi n-.i Tin: TITLE to the following aeacrlbad property, to trlt: ... „. ... I>,t>. s and I Block S Of 1 LELAH aocordini to the plat thereof, i.-rorded in llat Boob 1". PMJ U, of the I'uhllr Rwords of L> il 'le 1'iiuntv. Kloriila. and vou are hrreliy reqtilrftl to serve a copy of vnur anawer <>r other pleadlugs on the Plaintiff*! Attorney, JtHEPH I'AUIti. mi s.vl,.,l,l Pldg. Miami. Ha. and file the original in he offl.e of the Clerk of the Circuit i ourt on or hef the 10 daj of Januarj, l.-,:, otherwise lh. ill. callous oi HBId hill of romntalnt will be takes as confesMed by vou DATED at Miami. Hale '•'''"' %  • I-:.. this .lav of !>e, i" and I'l' UTQRE8. al 1200-12041 N'.M Srd Ave., Miami. Florida, Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade county. Florida. EDWARD M KM I.Kit BERNARD HCTNER Attorne) foi Applicant 12 |"-17-:'I-:!1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33927-A In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID MEYER, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or I % • %  mantis Against Said Estate: You, and each of VOU, are herehy notified and rnnuired to pretent any claims and demands which you, or althei of vou. may IIHVC against the estat. of DAVID MEYER, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, Co the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of .the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to'contal nthe legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same U ill he haired. Date December S, A.D. IN4. DAVID ItlKAS. As Executor of the |jst Will and Testament of DAVID MEYER. Deceased. UEOROE CHERTKOP Attorney for Executor 12 n-17-L'l-::i II in uit COUrl Seal I 12 10-17 24-11 Beput) Clerk NOTICE UNDE.R FICTITIOUS son !" ,s^nm w .-..vEN ,l '"" 1 IM'K I.VN'NK MAX kl'TIH'.EI.D Bl RNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicants IN Lincoln ltd |] in-iT-:'l-::i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslgaed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or Si i \ NT AC'S FLAMINUO KiiSHKII RESTAURANT AND CATERERS. and FLAMINGO RESTAURANT, at 74] Washington Ave. intends to reglater said name with the ci.ik of the Circuit I'oinl of Dade County. Mortda. MtTlMi:. INC Sole Owner* MALVIN BNULANDER Attorney for Applicants ::il Lincoln Rd 12 10-17-24-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEUEnr OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring % %  engage in bualness under the "ot tl 1 1 u ,„Sf m ,? R K COAST KAMI' AND Fl RNITI III\,i->; ,'n at 170 N K Mth St Miami. Intend! to register mld name wlththe Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of Dad* Coun,y Wis EISENBERO, Owner CLIFFORD PERLM V N attorney for Applicant Bg| \ t.lo.t t AV i! M II ; -"'|T ^^_^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NliTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslgi dealrlna ."engage %  business under the Octltloui HACKSTAOE LOl'NOE, al Street. Mlam intend name of l.'.O S i: to register ^Ll^am^vjnithe.^rKi.lhe-i,. W .1. ROD ViilMi K ESS I.EH 'iARS Attorneys for Applicants 17>_. W llagler St 11 : ll/l-W-II IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33640 In !( %  •: ESTATE < K HENRY SCHECHTER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate Vou. and ea.h of v..u are herehj notified and iequlred to !"• -• ml any claims ami demands which vow. or eithei vou. ma) have against the estate of HENRY SCHECHTER, de, HKI ,i late of l Nide I "ountj. Iloi Ida, i,, th,. Honorable Count} Judges of Dade County, and file the Ham* In their offices in the County Courthouse m Dade County, l-loii,la. within elghl calendar monthfrom the date ..r the fiist publication hereol Said claims ,„ demands i ntaln the legal .,.idress of the claimant and to be sworn t.. ami presented as aforesaid, or same will he haired See Section 7:'.:!.16 of the 194'. Probate Ai t Data December T. A D. ll'',4. Kl'ItT WELLISCH KHTELLE l /s/ LEWIS .1 FREEMAN and /s/ SYLVIA A OREENE As Executors of the Last Will and Testament of ISADORE J. FREEMAN, Deceased ARONOVITZ, ARONOVIT* ft CA1D1N Attorneys for Bat, Of lsadore J. Freeman I2/lt-li-24-Jl NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34150-A In lie: ESTATE OF J FLU'S B. KAIIAN. Deceased To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate; You. and each of you, are herel.y n.. tiii.ii ami required to present any cialmt and demands which vou, or either of vou. may have against lh estate of JULIUB B. KAHAN. deceased late of Dade County. Horlda, to the Honorable County judges of Bade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of th.> first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Dal. December 6, A.D. 19",4. As Executrix of the laist Will and Testament of JULIUS B. KAHAN, I i .cased. Ill WIN E. KliTT, Of MYERS. IIKIM \N £ KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 12 10-17-24-11 %  1 — %  —i IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 31887-B RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM Si'HKRKR. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herehy given that I have filed mj final report and petition foil-iii.,1 Discharge .1Executoi ol the estate of WII.LIAM SCHERER, rt< .cased, ami that on the loth dav of January, 1958, 1 will apply to th< Honorable FRANK H DOwLING. County Judge of Dad.County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executoi of tho I'.sta f WILLIAM SCHERER, deceased This Mth dav of November. l..l. /s/ FRED SCHBRER, Executoi, MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Executor ISO Sevhold Bldg Miami. Kla. 12/10-17-24-31 I



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liDipidffiQun FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1954 SECTION B )l. Arvey to be Speaker at \Aged Home Dedication Dec, 19 Kiirman, president, and H,. Hirsch Meyer, dedication Irman, announced this week Jacob M. Arvey will de,e main address at dedica•monies for the new Ablin ,1 unit of the Jewish Home Aged on Sunday, Dec. 19. at Douglas Gardens, 150 -i rve> was recently honored r by 2,000 Chicagoans at ti notable figures as Adlai Stevenson, Senator Estes Kefauver : Welfare Planning and Governor G. Mennen Williams,' of Michigan, paid tribute to his "outstanding leadership in, human.iii-wii.-MNi. ,-K ILIUM end i\eiauver and Governor G Mennen Williams. I Stanley C. Myers."president of the of Michigan, paid tribute to his'Greater Miami Jewish Federation "iilllil 'kp/linil Inn Jma..Ula 1 I *11 • r, will deliver greetings. Harold B, itarian and civic causes." Arvey Spaet, vice mayor of Miami Beach and the late Jack Ablin, for whom and honorary the new building is named, were Home, will close friends since their days in Chicago. In addition to Arvey, Mayors Abe president of the preside at the cere boyhood monies. Also, S. I. Bernbaum. chairman of the building committee, will re --•" ——# ""i mc '" it inininnii"'. will reAronovitz and Harold Shapiro. Dr. j port on "A Milestone in Community Walter 0. Walker, chairman of the Senior Citizens Division of the Is. Sirkin Named Center isident in Ceremony Here %  Milton Sirkin was installed Int of the Greater Miami Tcommunity Center at the I annual meeting of'GMJCC Ida) evening in the Town 01 ncers wno assumed Kere A. Budd Cutler, William ler, Sidney Stiller, Fred \\ and Bernard Weksler, vice Mrs. Carl Weinkle, er, and Leon Epstein, secrecontribution of the Jewish %  nity Center movement to of America has been a Jdously significant one dur) past 100 years," stated Alan heimer, guest speaker and Sent national leader of the Welfare Board, at the anneeting. eimer. who is a Chicago atpa-t president of the Chilewi.sh Centers Association, president of the Midwest i JWB and national secretary traced the history of the American Jewry, indicating e American Jewish Tercenmotto "Man's Opportunism! responsibilities Under bni had a special signifij Jewish contributions %  life of America, especially by Jewish Community Center lent er pointed out that lican Jewry has demonstrative world that positive defy ami Judaism are one and ne as practiced in American life and epecially in the |aj tivities of the Jewish unity (enter. (Jew l-h Community Center," Building." Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver the invocation, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, the benediction. Donald Owen Ablin, son of, the late Mr. Ablin and Mrs. Ablin, M. J. Kopelowitz, board chairman, and Rabbi Lehrman will participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony which officially opens the buildhe said, "was born and nurtured '„..., in the soil of America basing its Wl,h,n the n xt fe w months ,he very existence upon serving aU j Home s leadership plans to initiate members of the family in their lei I a day-care program. Those on the sure time pursuits. This has meant Ho !" s w lt,n %  u and others ,hus improvement and understanding by wl ^ a orded he opportunity to the individual and the Jewish fam* nend ,he en,lre da y at Dou las Gardens, participating in such activities as occupational therapy. ily of their full cultural, social possibilities in the Center. In setting its high standards as part of the art and crafts dramatics. English American community, and in the true spirit of democracy, the Jewish Community Center has demonstrated that bigotry and infringement of human rights must be opposed. "In this way, in teen age youth councils, in the open forums in the Jewish Community Center movement, actual democracy on a day to day level is practiced by the participants in such organizations as the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center." and citizenship classes, choral singing, and newspaper editing and reporting and then returning to their homes In the evening. Also projected is a branch of the Jewish Social Service Bureau sheltered workshop at which residents of the Home would perform light work commensurate with their physical capacities and receive pay for their work. Preliminary requirements for admission to the Home are that the applicant must be at least 65 years Other highlights of the program,old and a permanent resident of included special recognition given Dade County for at least 18 months to Stanley C. Myers, outgoing presimmediately preceding the appliident of GMJCC. "for his devoted cation. Approval or rejection of an effort and sincere understanding and unusual leadership in developing GMJCC." Carl Weinkle. honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, presented a watch to Myers in behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center board of directors. In addition, Myers extended applicant is based on decisions of the admissions committee. This is Ihe keynote that will dominate the United Jewish Appeal's national conference as more than 1,000 delegates meet this weekend at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City. Miami Delegates Prepare For National UJA Meeting The amount of aid which AmeriJewish Federation at the confercan Jews will be called on to make ence will be Sam J. Heiman, chairavailable to the United Jewish Apman of the 1955 Combined Jewish peal in 1955 for the settlement and Appeal, Federation executive didevelopment of Israel, the welfare i rector Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenand rehabilitation of distressed j berg, I. L. Mintzer, Charles FruchtJews in Europe and Moslem lands man, Aaron M. Kanner, Harry Sirand refugee adjustment in the | kin. Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam A. United States will be analyzed and fixed by more than 1,000 delegates representing communities throughout the 48 states at their annual national conference of the UJA on December 10 through 12 in the Waldorf Astoria hotel. The three-day annual meeting will hear a report from the UJA study mission comprised of 35 members. One of these was Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple EmanuEl. Representing the Greater Miami Eugene Lstomin will be guest soloist with the University of Mi%  — 7 lami Svmphony Orchestra on Sungreetings in behalf of Federation | ^ ^ Mon(Jay evenin(?Si Dec 12 and Sam Heiman, newly appointed and 13 at (ne Miami Beach and chairman of the Combined Jewish Daf |e County Auditoriums Appeal, congratulated GMJCC on | Dean John Bit,, wd.b^the its fourth anniversary and ind.catP^ n whjch ^^ at 8:30 p.m. ed that he was "counting upon the j Mf stomin W JU be heard in a Eugene lstomin to Perform Beethoven Concerto With UM Symphony Orchestra %  *M._a .....1 Avnknetrq in (. Hl.llUl' Piano and Orchestra in G major, opus 58, by Ludwig van Beethoven. The orchestra will also be heard Goldstein and Sam Weissel. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA executive vice chairman, announced that the country's Jewish communities will be fully represented as the conference deliberates on mounting needs in Israel, North Africa and other lands. The three-day conference will hear from a group of outstanding figures in American and Israel public affairs, among these Levi Eshkol. Finance Minister of the State of Israel; Bruce McDaniel, former Director of the U.S. Foreign Operations Mission in Israel; Ambassador Abba E. Eban of Israel; Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, and Edward M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA. Dr. Schwartz noted that "interest in the United Jewish Appeal as in^rTto "Ronnie" by it stands on. the .H-hold ofiU Continued on P9 SB reading of Concerto No. 4 for J of the Jewish Horn, lor the Aged of Greater Miami aMh ^ ^ d ^ Wing after an inepection tour of the new building. _be n o| he Women's Aux.lH. honorary president; Mr.. Benjamin Ap P^J^ ch^Lrnwtn: Mrs. Sol Silverman, corre' Abe Kurman. president; M. I. Kopelowitz. boardjhau ^^ Krie^er recording secretary and president of the Women sAux.nary ^ ^^ „ h M ary. Standing (left to right) are S. I. Bernbaum %  £££_ ^g is Arch* Greenberg, e president*; and Maurice Pearlstein, execuuv. u *1 secretary. Franz Schubert, Symphony in D major by Wolfgang Amadeous Mozart and the Richard Strauss tone poem, opus 20, "Don Juan." Mr. Istomin's performance will be followed by renditions of Prelude to Act III from "Die Meistersinger" by Richard Wagner and Wagner's "Ride of the Walkyrie." Music has been part of Mr. Istomin's life practically since he was born In fact, the young piano star actually had his first taste of "artist's life" when he was two weeks old. He toured the countrythen in a miniature wooden tub, while his parents concertized from New York to Florida. The 29-year-old pianist entered public school and started piano lessons with Siloti's daughter. Kariena. As a little boy he loved both nil school and his piano practice. At ten, Mr. lstomin was enrolled at the Professional Children's School. His classmates were "mostly stage kids," the pianist recalls. When he accompanied his parents on tour, the school sent schedules of work and assignments by mail When he was home in New York his school day started at ten in the morning and was over at two in the afternoon. This left the boy time to study piano at the Mannes School under Ralph Wolfe. He also studied theory and harmony with Constantin Shvedoff. arranger for the General .Platoff Don Cossack Chorus, and with Boris Levenson. 1955 nationwide campaign has been heightened by the increasingly acute plight of the close to 500,000 Jews in tension-ridden North Africa, and growing fears for Israel's safety." He stressed that "this mounting concern for the safety of Jews in North Africa, and for the safety of Israel's people, will underlie the UJA's entire deliberations this weekend." He said that he and other officers of the UJA expect that the delegates will call for another giant multi-million dollar campaign "to strengthen welfare and rescue programs in behalf of Jews in Tunisia and Morocco, and to intensify immigrant settlement, agricultural development and economic aid programs in Israel" Delegates will hear also from Moses W. Beckelman. director general of the overseas operations of the Joint Distribution Committee; Avraham Harman. Israel's Consul General in New York; and other figures in American, Israel and Jewish community affairs. Henshel to be Honored NEW YORK—Col. Harry D. Henshel, vice president and director of the Bulova Watch Co., has been voted the Gold Medal of Merit, awarded annually by the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S. to an in dividual who has rendered distinguished service in the furtherance of democratic ideals.



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PAGE 2 B a. %  — • Itml&tkrklkMi 1955 CJA Names Sub-Committees To Review Agency Fund Requests Meeting of the budget commit tee of the greater Miami Jewish Federation was held Monday to re View budgeting procedures, it has been announced by committee chairman Or Morris Goodman Al-i" dsMBaWd were appoint ments of special sub-committees which review requests for allocation* ot specific agencies and institutionNamed as .1 sub-committee to consider requests of service and cultural institutions and also the Ji wish Home for the Aged are Mrs Joseph Puntov. Leon Kll. Morris Homgbaum. Arnold Seeder Nil V. inokur and Isidore Simkouiu The subcommittee to consider After meetings of the subcommittees have bwa hri 1 and thnr f.ndm;Bf— tld total lions are %  gain reexamined, and rand total of rer "mnn-nded amiunt'• campaign B lhannual 1'nmlunecl .!<• %  peal. Ihaa %  • meetings are held by the Bmiset Committee within I -hoit time and re. from nearls %  % %  i %  %  ,rv ** viewed Miamian Elected Student President Her. stU dent presidrn* "( 1 Alr e qn e aU of the civic defense agenpha. honorary d IHI alas the G reater Miami m tioa in Mem Jewish (..immunity Center will in phis 1 Initial Gifts Dinner Due Initial Gifts Inaugural Dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal will officially launch the 1955 campaign • m Sunday. Jan. 16. at the Fontaine bleu hotel, it has been announced Hi*, week by campaign chairman Sam .' Ileiman. Unman stated that the Initial uth and South—1 He is the BOB of Mr and alr~ Facer IIS! BH 24th ave Junior in the School of Buine at the Iniversity tf Florida, he i> vice president of the Florida DeEpstein. Mrs Aaron Farr and bjjp Society and. treasurer of Pi Arthur Shandloff Final sub-committee which is reLambda Phi. social fraternity At Memphis, he was a member -pors.bie for analyzing and study (lf he c h am pionship debate team ing requests of national, educationfor lh ^^^ s ralg ht year He was rated top speaker in the entire a total of 172 points ..I and religious institutions, as well %  sift Sinai Hospital .lew, sh Social ournam „ r Service Bureau, and National Council of Jewish Women are Mrid Ha-William Breslaw. Paniel Broad. Pr Pavid Kirsh. Fred K Shochet and Hfl Sol Silverm-n Club Everglades Installs Officers at Dinner Marvin Bomb. Goodman has beer, named to Blue Key M University of Florida. Son of Mr. end Mrs. S. A. Goodman 8 MO Haw'horne ave., M.umi Beach. Marvin is a maor in Government. Tifereth Israel Center Men Name Officers Hurts UteaRi has been named president of the Men's Club of Ti fereth Israel Northside Center Other officers chosen at a recent election meeting include Si Abbis. first vice president: Harry Berxof. second vice president; Leon Goldberg, secretary and Ralph Hollander, treasurer 145 Michigan ATHII Miami Baacb Phoa* iUN %  KnOt7rWt7; Morqot Moser TV and Ir^ ^ "lAllTj 4 CMIIUNC MTtm, i ••lOHittOtwi.J FOI Rf$HVUMj I 84-3404 10-UI-. Air Condition^ BIITMORE PUT 151 N.t. 40t$T.. STARTS TUESoiT John Madun l Margot Mestr // 'HIS AND NEK" A Deli.hrt.1 CM*], 300 Organizations Get Federation Calendar Morithan 300 Jewish nrganizaoms, clubs and institutions in • reater Miami are now receiving I'ommunity Calendar listing eats of Jewish interest, it was need this week by Stanley C. yen, president of the Greater %  mi Jewish Federation 1-sued monthly as a service of • ration the calendar covers a nonth schedule of events !it :he sponsoring organization and and place of the affair Regis ..lion with Federation of all ior functions h*s facilitated betplannir._ bj Jewish groups in %  area .; ••> pointed out Wide scope and variety of the • pe i functions taking in Great amply • mon>trated in the current mit the mo:. %  from mem func-rd parties antes, book reviews Td •inea*td pr-r*eo are asked to sdkedM-*T: ih Federauou caleaatar rierk. anauj how* feder attor. a paaatMi to extewd uV*e groups aod preMyers fTjil—id raieadar are mautd on or about th first of each aoath Annual installation dinner and dance of Club Everglades. Branch | 1050 of the Workmen's Circle, was < held Sunday evening at Ramon's. Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was guest speaker Actting as master of ceremonies and installing officer was Mrs Ruth Schuldiner Named to office were Mrs. Evelyn Werner, chairman. Philip WemI er. vice chairman: Albert Graff, financial secretary: Mrs Beatrice Neiman. recording secretary. The Mesdames Florence Grossman corresponding secretary; Leah Zinner. treasurer, and Rose Parkes hospitaler GORDON ROOTING AND SHEET METAL WORKS t 414 S.W. 22ad AVE. M. 4 5(40 *** •. yea I &f latar I -t n_tt Morn er \ EiM'tocM vI I ->*-n to.rof r pLON&-OISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS THI Ntw J*niy, DIAL $-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES MLUBBtMAN A SONS ASS COCLINS AVE / rVANr MY mnm"\ and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES NOAIOCfNfZrP Vitomin "D" Milk "MUk rVo-Wts" TWMm 2-2*21 ttfUr Mimmi itfhtry IM 0r fmrm mt •f Bird M. 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+Jf*Mn*ririin PAGE 3 B JGIOUS DIRECTORY ttSr&rSSl L CONGREGATION Will EL evening services at Saturday morning servr a 8 30 a.m., when Rabbi Swirsky will officiate rh on the topic: "A Man is proves to be in an Emergliochaat 515 p.m. will be ihya discussion of the Tanlior services are at 10 a.m. L my Hall. Kobert, son of V,. Andrew Mandel, 500 Id will become Bar MiUL GABLES JEWISH CENI hold Friday evening serves p.m with Rabbi Morofficiating and discussing: |, e Maccabees t Magnus." e Shabbal will follow. Sat„ rll „ l;; servicea are at 9:45 n Stephen, son of Mr. and Freeman, 4810 Alhambecomes Bar Mitzvah. Bmans will be boeta at Kidpiro will speak on "Why Do We SuffeT?" Cantor Joseph W Haiek and the Temple Choir, under the direction of Rev Mordechai Haal man, will chant the liturgy, Mr and Mrs Ben Crovt will sponsor the Oneg Sabbat, in honor of their 39th wedding anniversary anil then granddaughter on her Ba> Mitzvah Sabbath morning serviceare at %  > a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the Portion of the Law Dail) morn ing MTViCee are at 9 a.m. tie, INTOWN SYNAGOGUE will I i veiling serviceat %  n, Saturdaj morning servIdlelitfhting Time llSLEV 15 — 5:12 p.m. T 1 hoir under the direction of Eli Samuel* Saturday morning servre at 8*5 am when Martin.. son of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Goodman, will become Bar Mitzvah. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Akiva Thill will officiate and preach on the topic: Let'Pace the Truth." Saturday [morning tervkei are al 9. Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portionol the liturgy. in Talmud la at 4:30 p.m., to MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE'''' conducted by Rabbi Chill. MinGATION will hold Friday evening ''"' jj %  s: '5 p.m., followed by Cnaservices at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham I.evitan will officiate and diacusa: "Do We Need Religion Saturday morning class in Talmud will meet at 8 a.m.. followed bj %  trvicea at 9 a.m. The Rabbi ser mon will be: "Jacob ReturnHome." At 4 p.m. Rabin Levitan will conduct a class in advanced Biblical studies. Mincha iat 5:15 p.m., followed by Maanv at 6. IOS Seudos The Rabbi will di-cn-1hWeekly Portion. Daily -erviceare at 730 a.m., 8 18 p m. and 5:45 p.m. I 30 a.m., when Rabbi Seeker will preach on the |*The Greatneaa of Little Class in Talmud is at 8 5 p in a class in Bible will Id Mincha and Shalos Seu|iip sponsored by Mr. and seph Swart?. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold j Friday evening serviceat 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serviceare at 7:30 am. and 5:30 p.m., with Sunday serviceslated for 8 a.m. • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating. Reading prayers will be the Mi—eDoris Gold. Myrna Ann Wester and Toby Van. Harold Snyder will open the Ark. Acting as seating ushers will be David and Joan Pearlstein. Featured will be a symposium on "The Book in JewTEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening servicea at 7:30 p.m. Children of the religious school will accompany worshipperto the service Rabbi Joseph Narol will officiate and preach on the topic: "On Doing Things Together." BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30 p.m. Quest Cantor Albert Glantz, ni iiien ih [grael Northside Center, will officiate. Oneg Shabbath following will be sponsored by Mr. and Mr.-. Sy Silvernian and Mr. and Mrs. R. Rubin. • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-, ning services at 5:30 p.m, Saturday j morning serviceare at 9 a.m., with I Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and | speaking on the topic: "Humility." Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Isaac S. Smith, president, will be boat. Rabbi Ever will discuss the Weekly Portion. Maariv concludes the Sabbat li observance. ISETH ISRAEL CONGREGAiill hold Friday evening al 4 4") and 8:30 p.m., with %  Jonah • apian officiating and gin. mi ihe topic: "What's in Saturday morning servat 8:30 a.m. when Cantor uni Sell will officiate. Maariv E4S p m. \n DAVID SYNAGOGUE will lair Frida) evening services p in Guest Rabbi William lerg, of Allentown. Pa., will lie and preach on the topic: %  error bul Triumph." Oneg at following will be sponsor|Mi and Mrs. Max Jacobson Jay morning services are at Dail) service! are at 7:30 pnd 5 15 p.m.. with Sunday Es at 8 a m. • • • A0RA JEWISH CENTER will Frida) evening services at i.m, devoted to a special Sis% d consecration honoring new ars Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz |iseu-: -The Role of Modern n" Mrs Bernhardt ChesSisterhood president, is uled to talk on: "Judaism— of Life." Other Sisterhood Irs participating will be the imes William Locke, Sidney Sam Altman, Ben Friedman Arthur Borok. Ushers will be lesdames Nat Goldy, Harry Cond Milton Chait. Hostesses %  include the Mesdames John ^man. Morris Moskowitz, Cy Irma Tescher and Sidney Rev, Rudolph Brill will ren|he musical portions of the m • • • *TH DADE JEWISH CENWll hold Friday evening servt 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Henolica officiating and preachin: "Jews During the Civil Cantor Maurice Neu' will £r the musical portions of the with Lucille Moore conthc choir. Oneg Shabbat ng will be sponsored by Mr. IMrs Al Epstein in honor of 25th wedding anniversary. pday morning services are at with Rabbi OkoHca discussrJacob the Wrestler." Junior % es are at 11 a.m. Daily servFre at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • PMPLE SINAI of Hollywood I hold late Friday night servl 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Shaish Life." and participantare RahDaily services are at 8 a.m. and bi Herson. moderator. Mrs. Adolph 530 p.m. Rachline. Mrs Irving Zuckerman Morton Terry Leading the and Dr senior and junior congregation111 prayer will be Jack Berke Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Herson discussing: •From Jacob to Israel — A New Name and a New Destiny." HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.111 Guest speaker will be Murray II Sparer. spiritual leader Rabbi Malcolm Sparer'* brother, whose "Religious School in an Community." American will hold at 5 and Lehrman TEMPLE EMANU-EL Friday evening services 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving will return to the pulpit and deliver the first in a series of lectures on his trip to Israel. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy, Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Lehrman discussing the wUh Rabbi Morton Malavsky offiWeekly Portion. Daily services are ciating an( j preaching on in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Subject of the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as: "Reconciliation." Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with junior services slated at 11 a.m. • BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-1 TION will hold Friday evening | services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday) morning serviceare at 8:30 a.m.. topic is: w hen Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will preach on the topic: "Will Israel Remain Alone?" At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.. with Mincha at 5 p.m. Maariv is at 5:45 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will Friday evening services at p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m. hold 5:15 of the Jew." FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CAMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.nv Saturday morning services are at 830 am, with Rev. Leo Heim officiating and preaching on the Weekly Portion. Junior services will be at 10:30 a.m. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m Saturare at 8.30 t %  FJEfc.BQAT.WP THIS AD WITH ONE TICKET PURCHASED AT OUR OFFICE GOOD FOR TWO FARES ON ANY OF OUR TRIPS. All day boat excursion (aboard Yacht Phantom) to Florida Keys and Quarter Dock Club departs 10:00 a.m. daily. Regular faro $3.50 plat tax. Moonlight cruise 9:00 p.m. every night S2.00 plus tax. Glass Bottom Boat-showing deep sea diver, 10:30 and 2:00 p.m. daily, $2.00 plus tax. All trips depart from Chamber ol Comir.rce Docks, Miami Beach-end of MacArthur Causeway. Ph. 58 3922 topic: "The Secret Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Morris Gorodensky. Saturday morning services are at 8 30 a.m. Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is followed by Shalos at 5:15 Seudos. p.m. day morning services ,, Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: Life Can be Cruel." Cantor Berele Kele mer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in ML* na is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 .• and 5:30 p.m. &f • SHOLOM will services at TfMPJ-E BETH hold Friday evening 8:15 p.m.. with Rabb. 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PAGE 4 B *Jeist>rk>r*lk*n FRIDAY. VKRSOX XIATIES MX WOHUt *.I.Vlt.i.M.-l Einstein, Angered by Politicians, Wants to Seek Solace as Plumber ON THE 1 By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA Disgusted with the politician* i attempt to interfere with the free! don of thought of scientistPi Einstein recent 1> -aid th.it if hi were starting life mew, he would. choose to he a plumher The editor of the Canadian Jew i-h Chronicle attempts to explain j thichoice. He dismisses at once I the protit motive, although plumb! u ., m || paj ins trade Usually. hi' pointout that when a scientist disappointed, it is to theok that he turns, and he cites an appropriate limerick "There waa an old fellow of Trinity Who BOlved the square root Of" infinity But n gave him -uch fi>;' To count up the di] He chucked the math and t''k up divn But Kinstein doesnl want to turn Dr. Aifcert limttein resembles Hillel I mud could have joined a union j a maker of nets. Rabbi Halafta a leather work** It i-aid in the Talmud thai Abaye and Hum u-ed to absent themselves from certain seiiom of Solan In order to carry water t<> their fieldThe detail* are not but we naj surmise, I think In j were plumbers Several of gas of the Talmud vaiti i (it tM HfCS ei the Talmud Km -t( m most resembles, H seems to me. Hillel Hillel was told hj %  heathen that ha would join the Jewish fold if Hillel explained JudeJam to him while he was standing on one log Hillel answered that it might be summed up thus What ihateful to thee, do not unto thy neighbors JjMity are ma ,, God i 1 All the rest is commentary, said metaphysical It seems to us that Hi |H „ c W|(s n<> r( .f,.rring to the hiin-tmct to be a plumber repre m lfc /iM .. ,:.. ,, reverskM to the ancient! ( >(iU c „ nsl( j,, r f„ r a moment, to divinity— hut to plumbing, and Jewish rootKinstein la becoming w h a t Hillel really did in this in the editor surmises th..t Einstein Talmudic The men-the sages and ^ anco v ,,,. J1|s t what Kinstein did finds that in plumbing too, the rabbis of the Talmud were pre Kinstein propounded a little equadominatmg principles of Kinstein dominantly men of trade It is said n ,, n taking up about a fourth of a line in which he changed the whole future of the world Hillel performFrom The World Of tho Cab-1 balah. The Philosophy of Rabbi Ju-' dah Lotw of Prague. By Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser 194 pp. New York: 1 Philosophical Library. $3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN Rabbi Ben Zion Boksor has done a great service to the Jewish la> man whose apprehension of the Cabhalah is confined to curiosity, -peculation er misinformation Proa the World of the ( abbalah is not a description of the mystery and imsticism of that work, but the philosophy and wisdom of one '•'"" '' "iisunderstajj of the foremost Cabbalists. the 16th ', h "' Century Sage. Rabbi Judah Loew ""'> re actually of Prague—and a beautifully pre''tacked anthruponv sented discourse it is. Talmud iexplained The heart of man remains rf still point in our changing world: much of Rabbi Judahwisdom we call modern, and many of his concepts we are still fighting to protect. The questions he had answers for are those which puzzle us today—and tomorrow. Ian philosophj h.,v. relevance in the Talmud that Torah without This i.,11 a verj brilliant analy%  trade must in the end prove fu -1-. but our own i xplanation is leas til*Most of the rabbiof the Tal OEE THE in < oitn Ben-Corion Sees Negev As 'Belonging' to Him tatare .o hail J,,^ sian hi wid: Tan "* break n cj "n -.dvation w "I ne T ( ""Placement witi < an we a-ume Cod', %  people for a high then itlejeebjwr "heer reaacan only be "of count We call thing! ni light) di e.v. also; iii,i the human per>pecul employ.! whichGod B | %  lag invited man toi He askeii him to names!] tureThe Messiah will Judah -aid. when By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Arts The five business, industrial and philanthropic leaderwho made up the now farnou-tudy mi-sion of United Jewi.-h Appeal will submit tore the trust possessions one ran have are co u r ag e, determination a sense of humor and. above all perhap-, a feeling of kin-hip with the Biblical land Indeed. Paula Ben Gorton -aid it only as a woman can. ed a similar simplification He gave an atomic definition of Judaism bypropounding the Golden Rule. This definition of Judaism by Hillel waof course a relative dc finition To a man -landing on one leg. the universe la not the same as to a man standing on both legs, just as time aKuist.m pointed out. will appear entirely different to a man sitting on red hot stove. "Be of the disciples of Aaron. pursue peace and love all creature-,,id Hillel Every on he pur-ues peace. Some indeed pursue peace so that poor peace is. scared out of its wits Ever) one avowhimself to be for peace Rabbi Judah's philosophy stemmainly from his Neo Platonic concept that human experience cannot I all the moveaeat mi discern the true nature of the Is time It will cometl purged itself nf itsdefic wrongBut the groagl universe His doctrine of free speech (antedating Milton's "Areopagitica" by sixty years) follows logically from this basic premi-e when we reject one idea in htetorj maturing of forces noti life, not through an catastrophic or mir formation interrupting! their findingto the I JA annual referring to "my desert." but the] That's not enough They are like national conference to be held at man she fondly calls T)ah vced the Waldorf Astoria hotel on New referred to it as "ours." York through Dec 10 and 12 But j o n leaving Sdeh Boker. a memthere are things that happened to: ber of the delegation remarked them that will not find their way that Ben-Gurion is already a tow into the report | enng figure in history, and in his Barney Medintz. of Atlanta. | presence one feels that in ages the <'nd of ( for which the first dipt belli.. The -uprerne obligating is to make hilife co favor of another, we are choosing between a lesser and a greater truth" and "the truth can only emerge purer and clearer from each controversy" His anti ration-1 the world's greater pert ali-m sees that "the falsehoods of \ its dlsintegratloa Rath] today are the "truths' of yesterday,! and today's truth may well turn out to be tomorrow's falsehood." Rabbi Judah's replies to Chrisland I'hilu-nphical j be congratulated for 11 i-. .ithe firt step, ai to man. member of the LJA national cam paign cabinet, found that he was! being flown into Israel by an El Al pilot who many years ago played on a Medmtz-coached AZA basket ball team The pilot. Captain William Katz. now livein Tel Aviv The fir-t person Ul greet the mem ben of the mission athey arrived at the Ben-Gurion home in the Negev was I'aula. the former Prime Ministerwife (ilad to see MI many guests at the perennially sunny but desolate -pot m Israel's sprawling southland. Mrs BenGurion greeting each mission member personally When all had alighted from the bus and cars that had brought them to Sdeh Boker over a \ kaolin road from Beersheba. Mr lunon asked with a sweeping gesture at the surrounding gold and purple hills and valleys. "Well. what do you think of my desert" In the dusty silences and golden vistas of Sdeh Boker. where water, vegetation and the company of others are -till the hope of the fupa-t he would have been acclaimed a sage." And in the sense that it was, he is. the politician who in the days of Prohibition was asked if he was for the Prohibition law "T am for the Prohibition law," he replied, "but against its enforcement Einstein is really for peace He is a true disciple of Aaron Every wordevery act of his imotivated by the desire to increase the mood for peace THE WORTH OF SPORTS Brandeis Football Season] Is Held to be 'Success! Send your favorite recipe to The Jewish Floridian, together with your name and address. If you have a recent photograph, you may include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column, you will be presented with a copy of "The Book of Jewish Recipes," Containing 500 kosher recipes and a Foreword on the principles of cookery. Liver Knaidlach 2 tablespoons chicken schmaltz or -hortening 1 medium sized onion diced fine 2 slices (hallah. diced and dried in oven pound chicken liver broiled and chopped AT THE HOMES Jerrv Lewis Sees Great Future For New Starlet Mitzy MeCail Salt and white pepper to | 2 ag| i ubterpoon BUneed paniej Light brown diced onion in hot schmaltz or Vlgetahla -hortening. while the diced (hallah (of Qthfjf bread] idrying in oven combine all ingredientin the order Hated ; If the mixture it.M, -,,ti t,, f,, rrn into walnut -i/e balls, add a little HOLLYWOOD — Comedian Jer ry Lewis, who is feeling a lot better these days — he was ill for quite a while — has predicted *o his Hollywood friends that the new discovery, Mitzi McCall. who'll be playing opposite him in his new film, "You're Never Too Young," is destined for quick stardom. Jerry picked Mitzi from 200 girls interviewed by himself and Paramount representatives. He insisted: "I'd have selected this sensational personality in a minute from 5,000 girls, if it had gone that far To those of us who knew pretty Mitzy McCall when her name was Mitzi Steiner. and saw her doing occasional acting and singing engagements over radio and in Los Angeles and in Pittsburgh, this comes as no surprise. Now that By BILL WOLF JTA Brandeis University has just completed a successful football season itfourth year of varsity gridiron activity since the university was established. The Judges finished in the win ning column—five victories compared with three defeats The final victory, which made the big difference in the season's total, came at the expense of New Haven The score was 19—2. The good showing of the Judges is a feather in the cap of Benny Friedman, who is chiefly respon-i ble for the development of football i.t Brandeis. Undoubtedly, the have bigger and better plans for next season. Things will be much tougher next year, due to the loss of seven varsity -tars, including those who have been so important to the team For example, the Judges will IHwithout the services of Bill Mc SMUT f' ,tim Brandeis years, the won 4 .„,,, McK( nna s ^ {ng gTA to 8 '"> the football buslook at Inr,,c0 ".!JH •UK of the mixture, form ,n,o.' n r .. *2! ^ than 71 >4 balls Drop these into boil.ng clear I ^^ ^ *" ,S" LSfflCH cur. ..-.i.-k.i .. r-gan. who has specialized in pass-, ,rce "" .-, J oup or slightly salted water Cook | ,ng. The Eg.n-McKenn. combineThe following "j 10 minutes If cooked in soup, serve immediately If cooked in boiling water, skim out with a slot ted or perforated spoon, drizzle with hot schmaltz and dust gener *"** %  *"** mit • %  3UIUI1M7 1'IOW irieil Paramount has signed Mitzi and is ? V *' c !" "ibs Slip under the broiler flame to brown lightly and serve ^ a gam^,, (or 9^,^ or meat dishes. Yield: 12 Knaidlach. For a dairy dinner a fish dish is ready to begin grooming her for stardom, we predict she'll replace Betty Hutton as queen of the studio in a very short time. Mitti's story has a Cinderella plot to it tion was indeed a formidable one. However, good players have come and gone, and teams have managed to survive, thanks to newcomers rendy to take over the linseligbt. Four years ago there was no Brandeis football team at all. and Benny Friedman managed to build a reputable squad e • • Eyes will noon turn to basketball at Brandeis. In this department the required nutrition in every family I Jud *** have a good percentage record over the past period. In three probablv has no &*1 in the win ^'Z, Brandeis publicrtiJ ,h.l Babe Yoielevitx"' married men w squad The leajJT team is Jimmy af*"^ Eery once i %  • ^JJL Wl bn IW, £niSaf matic way *g consistently. V forms some psjfaj



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I DECEMBERKU954_ ^Jf^r^nnridUsrt — — — ~ %  rs. Sirkin Named by Center „,i„ U .d from P*t 1 %  *|~ PAGE 5 B L dir'r> for help during \,M campaign-" [rem.irks were presented by | rklM and Kfraim H. Gale, I ( director. Leon Kaplan, l n ,,| the nominating com[reported for his committee. I ni directors and elected inI M. i.... \. karman, Albert, Alu-i-man, %  I •1 Milion Balaam, M itii %  Itei i In, lir.iily, I. lerrj l "ai • i i i, i-,,I n Mi \ii"-M .1 i 'utlei. Mi I Harr) lm It I lU'kaon, ,'.,.ii i • ni..' MHI\ iii i •: 11 n i. %  %  %  i ndi i I. •i.ii A Iman, Mm Id i I Nil ..i h) i Ink, M. \ PI t "ier, Mn \! imn r*i ledraan, \i M •• %  U.lb, M s.i muel < l*i i \\ i %  • : %  •• no i. Mi Bel \i i IUH < llnnbUTKi %  : I..-. Ola* i. .. fin i MXHIIM.IM. lira. i M mild I li renrleld, I Ul, Mi Mui .iv 11. in in, Mi %  Mor| \ \ n Horowtta, fttra, \ i.. \i Mui evils, Oua KHIII, Mr* Holomon r ..„ K.I|.|.III. Mra. I.••mi Kauri living Kali, Dr. ,... Mis Harr) Klelnman, Kn...|.l.-r. Harold Kravlta, i,,.,,., KII.HIT. .lark Uampert, x. MrI'hlllp l..rknwilz. IM I l.i i > Lei in, Mrn. •MI i..-\ HI.-. Hem i l.ui'ie. Joaapk Kaslin, I n Leo Minkoff. Oration Miller. \\ M li. ni | Mori la, inn \l\ > is. Slanle) '' .M> el a, Ni-uiii.'ui, Mra Ben Nltabera, nili.If. Slilne> Palmer, i:.lI'nlanaky, Hyland l: II.HMI, Joneph M. ROaWi I. II '/.. Ml Until KM* Sn I %  • II. i: . • I' .-, hi-r, Ir.-il SfWK • I -: %  I i <) > S. huliii.i ii. %  I >i! ,.• inaii, i >i Blmkols,.i : • Slmkow iir.. Toblaa M Milton sn %  Vrthur Hukoloff, ill Max Hockloff, %  %  i.••!! si.-iii, Lea is a|i snii. II.i .1.1 Miumpf, Mr. i '.,i | |1 u SiiKsman, Robei i i i ..II. l.i, k TI.IIToppell, Mm DBVM I Mi .lulliiW.-in.i ...il Mi•' %  I w. -inkle. Loula ii.. \i .-.mi Wleaen. Bam li w-k-l.i. Nathan • w II, -i. .II. Al Klefler, %  ni. 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JDC chairman, announced that the delegateheard first-hand reports on the critical needs of Jews in 22 countries, including Moslem areas in North Africa and the Near Bast, Central and Western Europe and l-real. They also were called upon to adopt a budget for JDC's overasai aid during the coming year. JDC receivea itfunds from the United ie iah Appeal. ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE Send today for yeur fret copy of the wonderful new Jewish-English "Handbook of Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions". Set ''Farfciunjef" on page 34; also "Tzufcheppenesh". Stt "Hoeken A Cheinik" on page 6. Ste 222 Jewish words, expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fun, laughs, educational for the whole family. For your free copy, write to: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK Comedy skit presented by members of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood last week featured (top row) the Mesdames B. Kelemer, G. Perlman, M. Blank, G. Goldberg, J. Hatz, D. 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PAGE 6 B +Je*isHtorklk*n FRIDAY, ft %  SMU, GLOBAL SHORTS A Tercentenary Feature Luxembourg Dedicates New Synagogue Built by Duchy LUXBMBOUBG Thicity has iliil l frtH to nnwlj opened syncontinuad aajoajue tin only n in ""' •*"*. and sympathetic interest' in the Jewish claims against Austria was expressed here today by .1 ipakesman of the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria. Confidence Shown in U.S. Concern for Claims NEW YORK (JTA) — Confidence that the United States Gov ernment will display Religion Professor Reveals Meaning of Conversion Actii Four Jordanians Killed in Clash Within Israel Borders JERUSALEM (WHS) —An Israeli police patrol, clashing with Arab nnaires who violated Israel 1 : killed four .lord led two others 111 what Sfas 01 ii .i iii' most \Iolent lx>r ruptioil In several months The incident occurred m u.l! within Israel ten II wounded British M.P. Ridicules Egyptian Bat Galim Charge 1.1 >\i >\ \ DP Referring t o i igainst the Bat Galim, Ji wish M P Barm • > told thr lluumons What .1 stupid excuse they %  :. th.ii thr hullJewish rptian people Tnumcnl had used by the Nazi long 1 built and supported by fundof the government I h • ok) synagogue was detroyed In the Nazis j l!s voung rabbi Ir < li.ri.s Lehr 1 mann. recemIn-.ilary from the | Duchy Somt 10 families comprise | the entire Jewish comfflunit] By ROBERT GOROIS AJP (EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr Qordll HI Profoasor of Bible at the Jewish Tbaowtkal Seminary of America and Adjunct Pf p fl ia Of Of Religion. Columbia Inncrsdy 1 Part II Swiss Press Lashes Out Against Anti-Semitic Novel GENEVA PTNS Sharp cnti, ral press again* l H Atara* { ^^^ ,„ ht whosenovel "Aram.Bells dap*t> h( surroundmK na the life oi thi Jewish mil<• lionaire in lerms described as tine I'otocki. who paid with his life on the stake for accepting the Jewish faith. Mass conversions to Judaism, which have been common in an dent days, did not exist in the Middle ages, but there was one striking and dramatic exception. In southeast Russia there was a large dr h"nthe N ail Ru ">"r had i, hat I] %  Mtyr> win the royal fami \ t 0...1,. „ 1... h their respective crei mg > 1( ,,/ and inhousehold, [eftowed bj the .,, ,,, ,^ tions it was aatural that M aanal • tive and Intelligenl men and OB> Trygve Lie Says Israel is 'Child' of United Nations MIS '•: (JTA) Israel is a 'chdil oi the United Nations." and the international organization [01 the coniinoj d 11 leui-h Stati. 'I rj gve Djaral "i thr I %  %  d m ..ii intern ien hen Ebon Told Israel Won't Get More Than S40 Million WASHINGTON (WN8) :• \i>i>.i K.h.in 1 onferred • ,: Harold E Stassen on ,id to Israel, and th< I;I, pression here is that the l raeli diploma! habeen advised his country cannot count on getting more than $40,000,000 this, w ,ir Britain Removing Radar From Suez Canal Area LONDON J 1 \ -The Briti-h Governmenl 1removing all radar and other warning systems designed to gtva advance notice of ap proaching planes from the Suez Canal military complex when Briti-h forceare withdrawn spokesmen for sev.r.il government ministries here disclosed thiweak Byroade to be Named U.S. Ambassador to Egypt \\ \SHI\(ilu\ U \S Henry A Byroade, Assistant Secretary of State tor Near Eastern Affairs whose pronou nc ements on Arab-Israel relationevoked -harp criticism in Zioni-t circles, is to replace Jefferson Cafferj as S Ambaasa en in the pagan world came into eontad with Judaism, 111 ;i n v of them WOUkl be attracted to its world faith and way ol life A.1 result a worldwide movement towards Judaism took place daring ] the Roman period In the (lavof the Second Tern pie, than warn large communities j of professing Jewi outafda oi Pale-tine not.it.lv in Alexandria. Egypt Hanj Of them were former pagans who h,.d naraattskarad tin myths and pr actices in which they had been reared and tanking I true faith have been drawn to .In daisni Than praaalytes came from every -tratum of society, from the ilava eiaaaea to the very palaj the emperor of Rome So extensive was this trend that the great New Testament scholar Adolf Harnack istmiat. d that at the begining of the Christian era. fully ten percent of the population of the western world, four out of forty millions, proteased the Jewish religion The rise of Christianity had a AMF.RIC EWISH KRCENTCNAIOA 1654-193411 ._„-_ i drastic .-licet upon Jewish miv>mndor to Egypt, accord rig to nformJv ary activity I his new religion acid -ources hen1 alli-ry has asked retirement from diplomatic service Milwaukee Political Circles Feel McCarthy in New Low Ml I."A \( KKK (AJPl Political circlereport that McCarthy's poll thai itock in his own home atata baa dropped to a new low They heir conclusion on a poll con ducted among newspaper editors voters and politicians. Eisenhower Names Maxwell Rabb Secretary to Cabinet WASHINGTON 1.ITA1 — President Eisenhower has appointed Maxwell M Hahh Of Boston to the newly created post of Secretary to the Cabinet RUT. Rabb has been on the President s staff handling Cabinet matters Mr Kabb's function under the new set up will lie to prepare an agenda for Cabinet meet ings and to take note, during the meetings, of decisions taken by the President and his executive adv i-ors Bay Harbor Island Residents Have Dance Bay Harbor Island Club held an annual Island get together dinner Students at Israel Institute Of Technology End Strike HAIFA (JTA 1—A student strike at the Israel Institute of Technology here ended after two weeks, and classe, were immediately resumed The students struck in protest against the examination sysj ance tern in effect at the Technion and Tht dub acciir(1lII) tl) pri Mdonl Mrs Larry B Silverman. is decepted in large measure the basic monotheistic ideal of Judaism and most nf its ethical attitudes but modified them along directions which were more familiar and hence mole eaail) acceptable to the Gentiles ol the day Hence the m centives for non .lewto accept Judai-in Were sbarpl) reduced When Christianit) became the official religion Of the old empire. Jewwere forbidden to earn on missionary act iv It) In spit.of these conditions, however, accession to Jewish ranks continued even in the darkest days Of the Middle Ages Among them was a crusader who had gone to Palestine with Geoffrey of Bouillon Adopting t h e Hebrew name Obadiah. he wrote his autobiography in excellent Hebrew* The great French Talmudists include 0 11 e called Rabbi Abraham the Prose lyte Bodo a former Bishop of the Catholic Church who had served as %  transform includu K 'ho adopuoi, ln.r..'i oh ervai n affectiajt hum and difficulties the joined bj Jewish in* pha-i/i for the VVo,j|(jJj,j It hi i" %  ists, be is thesj into Judaism These psycboktgnl | cal factorarc nut the4 that havi mulded tht 1 modern Judaism ttsnsfl activiti. Kvcn morti for our da] 1th* 1 new conception of rtli ditional Judaism. N'ooedf traditional faiths has jel| to this ri cogniuoB thatt vat ion 1not limited to f The prophet Malacht! this truth twenty-fire ago when he declared I worship ess nut rei rael. for wherever meil to other god-, they 1 however imperfectly, aj| Divine Kur from the 1 sun until itsetting. Mj| great upon the nations is offered the My Nine.*' Local Compos Works May Be Featured in Ml dance at the Algiers hotel Saturday confessor of Louis t h e Pious of night, with 160 people in attend against the high tuition fees. Zionists Urge U.S. Stop Sending Arms to Arabs NEW YORK (WNSi—An appeal to the Covernment of the Inited Stateto -top sending arms to the Arab States and to exercise instead itinfluence to effect an Israeli Arab peace settlement was sounded here by top-ranking leaders of the Zionist Organization of America at its two-day national administrative council meeting. signed to provide affairs where Island residents can get to know their neighbors. Mrs J I Golinvaus and Mrs Melvin Klotz were in charge of ar rangements with the club's presi dent. France adopted Judaism in the ninth century In the 16th century. Catharine Malcerova Weigel. wife of. the Mayor of Cracow. Poland, died as a martyr to her new faith, as did Alexander Boznitzyn. a Rus sian naval officer of the eighteenth century Many hundreds more important proselytes could be mentioned The most beloved was a 17th century Polish count Valencourt and the large part of the people, accepted Judaism For several centuries until the Chazars were overrun and conquered by the Russians, there was a large and indeI pendent Jewish state in Europe It is particularly noteworthy that in 1 sharpest contrast to the rest of I medieval Europe, complete religious tolerance and equality for Christians. Mohammedan and Jew I alike, prevailed in the Jewish ( Chazar kingdom. Perhaps the best-known prose lyte of our generation is the late Anne Palliere. who has written the i deeply moving story of his life in I "The 1,'nknown Sanctuary." Pal| here was a French student for the 1 priesthood who was first impressed by Judaism through an apparent minor incident One day he chanc Popular composer^ ed upon a synagogue on a back (luct ir lrving p^tracit -treet in his native town while the JJ^I, ., ma y team*! congregation was at worship He jelly, of theOnUMI noticed that every member of the |ht i/ n V ersit) of Miassilj congregation wore a talith or praya mu ,„;,| prodacuav er shawl and not merely the offim n( I(ul( Theater eating cantor. Palliere saw in this ( rmer NfW w practice a vivid symbol of the demC(l nductin| I oeratic spirit of the Jewish religion n -'" fT.T^ Here each individual spoke di*•* h Z^rd rectly to God and was equ.i to his %  J3J J, fellows as a member of "a kingt(J tm .',„.„„„ „f the I", dom of priests and a holy naUon. iv(d ur He was led to ever deeper studies '" %  „ hf Nic i until he finally decided to xept JJJJj; under the H Judaism for himself. At this point !" r ";, anini he was strongly dissuaded from doi|ri( k ha „ wn rjaj ing so by his spiritual mentor the pular tunes, saintly Rabbi Elia Benamozegh of %  J" ^ ( wnif ,: Leghorn. lUly. However. Palliere ured Wlt h other of *| persisted in his desire and was the Kelly book. finally received into the covenant No c,,n,irm ^'J 1 tJ of Abraham. He became a leading Jj^J,^ men** teacher of Judaism in France and ex p| a n cd that they ^"^ exerted great influence upon h Interested" "'' French Jewish youth before the possibility of anaj West Germany Praised far Ratifying Genocide Pact UNITED NATIONS (AJP>—Prof Raphael l-emkin. father of the Genocide Convention, has congratulated West Germany on its accession to the Genocide Convention. "The crime of Genocide," he said, "will become part of the legal and moral conscience of the German people, and will help to a moral regeneration some of those who in the past disgraced the honor of Germany." Bonn became the 47th government to ratify the Convention at the UN last wek. THE TERCENTENARY STORY Copjrrtabt. ISS4. by AR ion Jiwlah Pr^jy^" ,8. Struggle for Equal ^ Ttxt by DANIEL ILAZAR HUastrotions by MAORI IN its*, Tni MEW AMreap*M JEWS WCRE WINFO*CtP To FWVATAtt ,* %  /**;SIATME* THAN BEING AlLOWtPTO fTAMO 6UAK0. TO PA* THB xit 5 UV "r0 \Irl !" 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DECEMBER 10. 195* -Jmlsf, fhrHian [EOAL NOTICE WE" r CT 4 ,TIOU8 f,l'n flRAlMMCY. Pi** I i m r l.i'i: I Appllcanl Road SI IUNDER FICTITIOUS ? A H"fBKBY alVjCK th*. „.,l deiring li> enjTaaje In i i* nalne ol IT A i-rs, ..' lao ocean „i r. n b Florida, Intend" |",„V ,',. with ihe Clerk 1 I i ..,.i.County, [.MM: REALTY OOKJ I ,i K inner, President i n, \-i JUDGES COURT PpOR DAOE COUNTY. JIM PROBATE iDER NO. 34197-A t ATI RonKRTS, decenad lllTli'N "I Hliin. he !'•%  inn mi I" I"heard befdl %  appearing to the Court g i : .., %  m, husband pf i, .n Hhm nt fn.m Dude I ... place of hlH lant than aeven years I .... ,,f -.aid Petition, T|,| uii em,raises ;i pre. |,,. .I, mh 'lid It further I'OIII-I thai Mid PaEd lie • ntltled to the niat[,,., in hei Petition ears .,i ,1,,, a. nt known to be IRKI ri IN i iRDBRET) thml hall itime up for heal Inf. oun ii HiI Ith day of I 1.M., •'! which time 'III heal evidence concernIf-eil absence ..f the sui>rn i and tincircumstances thereof JRTHEH ORDRBJBO that |l,e published In a newsnl, in i. Florida, once f %  Mil.-.-, -ntive weeka fat, > said hearing. fitI iKI >ERKD at Miami. \ i orida, thlx Sth day of I W IBLANTON County Judge V ,\ RIMONHOW br Petltlonsi LEGAL NOTICE rfC-llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS •SARI.KX Or ALOE, nt Miami fr^iiI ndB .1 re Ri" ter s 1 1 %  with the Clerk of the Circuit %  „„,. ,,, .,,,'. County, FIMIIII., •"'• HEX JAM IN (1HFFN JOHNSON, I.KVINSiiN I'KHKY Attorneys for Henjainin Ureen 1' '-'* II ;;-iii-i7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ..NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVKX that the iinil.-r.-ign.-.l. desiring t,, engage In business under the flcfltlour nan t Itiy-.i.i at IM Miracle Mil-, Coral liable*. Dad* County, hlorlda, to • gistel mid name u Ith tin of the Clroull Courl ..t Dade County, HILDEn \itni-: K WEIJSTI'II KUBT HKI.I.lNll Attorney f.-r Hlldegarde E -\ U14-I7 Cong -.%  I-. i Idlng, Mla.nl I I PAGE 7B LEGAL NOTICE CATE OF CORPORATE .DISSOLUTION TNAME AND BY THE ITV OF THE STATE |0F FLORIDA \Vllii\l THK8K PRKS.!. COMB, HKKICTlXaS: 1,1 TAI.IAMUT, IIAMI IIKAtH. FLORIDA i SUTTA, IIAMI RKACH. F'LORIDA E K. SCIIULTZ. I.WII BEACH, F'LORIDA Ith il.iy of May. A.D. IMS, enrporated nnil.T the pf I'hapter 60S, Florida T"Ni:w\l,l. CORPORAfjioratlon, with Its nrlncl' uainesa at Miami HeaYrh. hi th.state of Florida. HiMm kholrters of such did MII the tint day of i l> l!'M, cause to lie filed of the Secretary of State of Florida, a Consent of holders under the provliiChapter 6.*. Florida th>dissolution of Etlon. the Secretary of psi i ifv to the fore•J.it Ii-Is satisfied that the "f law have bean comBl'ITNESH WHKREOF. I h.-r. unto set my hand line affixed the Great of thi Htate of Florida, at I the Capital, this I I' da> of December. i URAT, -i. i.iv •.[ State. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS [ NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY rilVEN thai tinnut. rMtiii. .1. desiring to eii| bush uiiil.-i ihe flctltioua n HURRICANE INN. a. I.'ni. S M Avenue, Weil Miami, Intend %  • register s.il.l name with Hi. Clerk of the Utrcuil Court of Dade County, Florida JOE u.v \iti:/. and I'I.VII.A ALVAREZ (Sole Ownersl HENRY M c\IN Attorne) for Applicants W Flagle. si Miami, Fla IL' :;-ln-l7-L'l IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 31195-A RE: ESTATE OF KI.V \ K MnNTKl.l,. a 1, n KI.VA Ml i.N TI-: 1. 1., a k -a II. I.A MtiNTKl.l.. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby thrn that l have filed my final report and petition for Final DlNcharKe js ancillary executrix of the estate of KI.VA F*. MONTKLL, deceased: and that on the 2ftth daj ..f December. I*M, I will applv to the Honorable W. F'. MI.AXTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida. for approval of Kaid final report and for final ills, hara.as ancillary executrix of the estate of F:i.A'A F\ MOXTELL, deceased. This nth day of November, lM. ETHA XI. HARP8TER Ancillary executrix RICHARD KRIBOER FINK Attorney for ancillary estate 412 Congress Huilding Miami. Florida 11/19-26 — 12'3-in | NOTICE UNDER Fit llti-'n'm' K A, 'ARTMENT8, •-M17 Collins Avenue. BarfaMe wkh ,i \ r : ,KI -'' %  1 1 name with the i ink ,,. Hi.cin int Court ..f Dade i .iini.v. Florida 'AlflH. LEE AI'TS. INC A Plorida Corporation %  ^ntMi" 111 %  v "" p !" %  I fOI ',11-,,I 120 Lincoln Road t-17-21 ••-.Apta In NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .., NAME LAW M'l li I. is HEREBY niVEN that ,'• %  ."" %  '• %  -"•'!""' • engags in ,",";::"„"""' r "'•' 'IftltloUi name of I.AI NDROMAT OF Ml \ \11 BEACH • llrexel Avenue, Miami li.-a.-h, i, Intends to n | name ; v '!• ( the Circuit Court of Dade m>. Florida ALBERT HHF:NWEATHER Hole Owner 17-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS tNOlfW. Hi IIF§lKl1t V i^,vfiM ttttt the undersigned, desiring to engage In 2V,".'.'?"" unu r the fictitious name of si All, at 7.7". H.W. S7th Ave., Int. nils to register said name with the Clerk or th.Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 11/19-26 -12/3-10 *•%  *" %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 IIF:RF:KY OIVEX that the und. i -igncii, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name of NEORO AMKliH-AN MllRTCAliK ASSOCIATION, at HOI West Flagler street, Miami, I-I.I Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL M, 8HACK. Bole Owner GOLDMAN iv GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Registrant ISM W, Flakier st., Miami, Ha. 11/36 — lf/f-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE TE OF CORPORATE )lSSOLUTION tAME AND BY THE tITY OF THE STATE DF FLORIDA Wll.iM TIIK.SK PREP.1 %  'Ml-:, GREETINGS: P MILLER, MIWII. FLORIDA 'i: i IISTIN MIAMI. FLORIDA H RICHARD, I \MI REACH, FLORIDA !ll day ..f Mar.-h. A.D. '" in. ..i |„.i ate.l under 1 of I'hapter (08, P lorlda RDNER-BII.T, INC., a with its prlnclpen place it Miami, Dade County. "( Florida, ami win r. is ers nf so. h i-m poiatlon si day i.f December, A.D. he filed in ||,e office of Of the State of all the the provlalom of said •l I'l.i Statutes, showing i of such corporation. Reri .'.in ..f n. hi ...nfv t„ the fore" he I-.11 I,fled that the of I.m have i.i-.-.i comITXFMH WHEREOF, I '" Ho act mi psv, .iffixed uie Oreal %  i i. i -" the Capital, this day of December, tr, IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30MS-A RE: ESTATE OF AlM.LI'Ii FRIEOMANN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N( iTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Flxecufix of the estate of ADol.lll FRIEDMANN, deI: and that on the 2(t day of December, 1S34. will apply to the liono.-able W. F. BLANTON. t'ounty Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approvJ of said final .report and for final dls.-ha.rge as FIxecutrix of the Estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMANN, deceaaeit THla 30 dav of November, 19..4 MARIE K FRIEDMANN MYERS. 1IF;IMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 6 ... Beybold Dldg .Miami. Fla. 1S/S-W-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In %  aa under the ii. tltln M a N SI'PER MARKET al (4G \ W .Hi Avenue, hit, nils in reglatei name Ith the I "lerk ..t Ihe Circuit of Dade County, Florida. NATII IN M \VI:HS. sole Owner I it MAYERS Attorne) foi Nathan Mayera 11/26 — I2/3-IO-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deairing to engage In buslneaa under the flctltioua name nf GRACO AUTO RENTALS, -it I4S1 Weal Flagler Street -Miami. Florida, Intenda to regiater said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ORACO MOTORS, INC. By: Sonia Qrgdua, President Sol Cohen, Treasurer 8EYMOCR B UEBMAN, ESQ. Attorne) for Draco Motors, Inc. IS/S-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "NAND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 173900 DAVID R ROBERTS, Plaintiff MATTIE MAE ROBERTS, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Mattle Xlae Roberta Residence lnkn.iwn YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Rill of Complaint for Dlvorcj has been filed agimsi you, i"l you are required to P* "' '"" Answer thereto on Plalntifra attorney, BEN ESSEN, HI Seyls.ld Build ng. Miami. Florida, and file the o Answer in the ..Hue of the clerk of the circuit curt on or before tne Itth da) "i i m bei % %  %  • % %  %  :;"the adlegatlona ol said Bill ol plaint will he taken aeased '"["'led \'ills 2ith day of November, 19:14 K B I.KATIIKI'.MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court By: WM. W BTOl KING, i.. i.uii Clark BEN B88EN, !>•! A.torn.i foi Plaintiff II M IS :'.-!"-17 !?£** PICTITfOUS ,A E LAW S "•jKEBY de !;* v 'n H DWIS 'n ,KI TKL ;LANDRR Vi.i.li.ants Inail IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1744SS FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff MILDRED DILLARD WALLACE WRHiHT. Defeh.lant ,_,_.„„. NOTICE BY PUBL CATION TO: MILDRED DII.I.ARD UAI.LA' '• ro8*&"H-3w* NOTIFIED th-.. a Hill of Comnlai... for Divorce has kn filed again-t you i andl you are required to file your •*•''"„^ Office of the Clerk i.f th" lliU'I 85SrL DndS .oiinti. Plorida, and la copy of i%  ; 'i a.l,.,,i.i. JOSEPH KOSENRRANTZ ESQ. at l Lli I" "•"'•,,, M D.-.i.li. F1 la .." ". I 1 l 1 f ," r ;,'"ail cembet M N 'V, i do so a ... I'm Confeaau l ,i against >ou. i„„„. and ordered this 2h da) N % "" 1 "" V" B LBATHBRMAN. i iniiit Clerk .,-,v,i... mi w ST. "'KIM.. IKH>U |V Clerk 11/M —IS NOTICE UNDER FICT.T.OU. NOTICE liHEREBY C,l\ EN thai the undersigned. JesliTng t" '•" i-iiMi TV HF'IIVK E. at hl.,n S fwn S rt vSnK JtR^ksTlLUAMS % %  BHLKK GARS Attorneys r..i Applicant 17*2 W. Flagler St 11/M 12/3-10-1: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is 1 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in husiness under the fictitious name of KEY BOLD BNACK RAR. at 130 Seybold Arcade Building. Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY I.OEB ANN LOBB 1'AII. L BTEINER Attorney for Applicants 16 Sevhold llldg. 12/3-10-17-L'4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, at 8965 X.E. 6th Ave.. Xliami. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. XIORTOX .1. KAY KARL R CALVBRT, Owners BEN KSS-KN Attorney for Applicants 1014 Seybold Bldg. 11 19-26 — 12/3-10 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 32435 B RE ESTATE OF PHILIP BHLACKMAN, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby liven thai i have nie.i mi final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate ol PHILIP BHLACKMAN. deceased; and that on the i!7th day of December, 1954, will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLING, County Judge nf Dad.County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate Of PHILIP BHLACKMAN, %  .1 This :'lth day of November. 1S.14. MORRIS SHLACK.MAN, Administrator MAX i: SILVER Attorney for Administrator 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT RE: ESTATE OF IDA HEITNKR. Decused NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrators, d.b.n., of the estate of IDA HKITXKK, deceased; and that on the 30th day of December. 1954, we will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. DOWLING, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrators d.b.n. of the Estate of IDA HE1TNER, deceased. This 23rd day of November, 1*54. PF:TF:R .I DUBINSKY .t BERNARD MARDEK KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Administrators 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO. 24922 RF:: KSTATF: OF %  MARY POLK Sl'LLIVAX, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHAROE NOT1CF: IS hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator l>e Bonis Xon of the estate of MARY POLK SULLIVAN, deceased; and that on the 2l'nd day of December. 19o4, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge' of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator De Bonls Non of the Estate Of MARY POLK SULLIVAN, deceased. This lth day of November, 1954. JAMES P. SULLIVAN, M.D. Administrator De Bonls Non THOMAS A. HORKAX Attorney for Administrator D.B.X. 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 3406*.B In Re: ESTATE "F BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Asalnst Bald Estate: You and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, mat have ..gainst the estate of BERTHA 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 eight calendar months from the date of the first publication' hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date November la, A.D. 1954. AXXETTE KENDALL KATZOFF" As Administratrix of the Ksiale of BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL. Deceased. ELRY STOXE Attorney for Annette Kendall Kntzoff 11/19-26 — 12/3-Hl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of F: & .1 I'l.EANICRS, at 3626 N.W. 7th St., .Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT BROWN, Sole Owner HAROLD STRUMPF Attorney for Applicant 547 Seybold Bldg. 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34001 In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID YOUNG, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You and each of you. are he.eh> notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou. may have against tne •stats Of DAVID YOUNG, deceased. I Coral Gables, Dade < ounty, hlorlda tn the Honorable ( ount) ,,f Dade County, and file the same In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the .late of the first publication hereof. Bald claims MI demands to contain the legal address Ol the claimant and to. be sworn to and presented as afore.aid. or same will be barred. Date November Ifi. A.D. ISM. As Executrix of the Las. Will and Testament ol DAVID YOUNG, Deceased. BEN ESSEN Aim v for Executrix 11/19-26 — 12.3-1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the underalgned. desiring to engage in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CAMPUS LIQUOR STORE, at lr.ls Dixie Highway, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SADIE KAPLAN NATHAN liOP.ERMAN A. J. KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 235 Lincoln Road 11/26 — 12/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALL STATE MOTORS, at 14S2 N.W. "6th Street, Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrouit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT HARROLD—100r. ROBERT J. LEWISON Attorney for Albert Harrold 11/19-26 — 12/5-10 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34057-B In Re: ESTATE OF" RUTH LEVIN, also known as RUTH B LEVIN \> aaed To All Creditors and All l'-rsnns Haling Claims or Demands Against Said E Tou! : and each of you. are hereby notified and required ... P""*"* •" Claims and demands Which > "... or either of you, may hay* against the ... „f IICTH t EVIN, also known ,-,, V LEVIN, d 1 tateo* „!& County. Masaachuaetts. to iH-ii-iaide County .hide"f Da* County and file the same In their offices In the County Cteiirthouad In ,.. e County, Florida within eight .ici.i.n ,. the from !•*• '• ,1.11,-ation hereof. Said claims n, demands to contain the total adSees, of the claimant and lo be aworn printed as aforesaid, or same ,, ,,,. \,,i, Mil., r 1 AD. 19&4. Fl Ft Y STOXE As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of RUTH LEVIN, alsi. known as iii-TII II I.RV1X Deceased ll/U-M lt-10 %  -NO^-CTUNOF^F^TITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;lvl N ,l,: ,'i business under the fictitious name of MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN, at 150 Sevhold Bldg.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr,,,,, Court MfJ.adc | i |; ,,,n-v.Fl,.rl,hc LOUIS HEIMAN LF:oN KAPLAN LEON A, EPSTEIN 11/19-26 — II I-1" ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jenisti fhridfiar) solicits your legal notices. 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PAGE 8 B **isi>n$c*8£!!i. Seal Sale Returns Net $51, 327 Thusfar Returns for the first two weeks in the Tuberculosis Seal Sale reach en* $51,327 early this week, according to Joe (lemon>. president of the local Tuberculosis Association. 'Almost 30.000 contributions hava been received from the 168.000 >eal letters mailed to the public on \n\ 22:' demons said. Walter Cook. Seal Sale chairman, announced that first reminder letters are going out thiWOO* to those who have not yet responded to their seal mail He suggested that Hade ("ountians write and mail their checks for Tuberculosis Seals, as the\ p.iy their MI||~ before Dec. 10. Marry Retalick. veteran treasurer of the local group, urged all Dade Countlans to respond gonereuslj and quickly to the Seal Sale Wen' reached about 1 3 of •in $125,000 minimum goal neces-.ii\ to support the free year-round chest x-ray service and our many other Association projects.'' he -.ud Singers Rehearse for Beach Chanuka Festival Community Singers of Miami Beach will appear Dec 26. 8 p m at a concert dedicated to Chanuka. which will be given in Flamingo Park First half of the program will consist of the traditional lighting i>| the Chanuka candles with appropriate s,lag) by the chorus Second hall will include the presentation %  I director Ben YomcnproducIrOfl "I "Americana.'' choral w.irk baaed on American folk lore with Margaret Yomcn at the piano. I;, hcursjls are now in progress. 8 30 p m Tuesday and Thursday evenings, in the Palette room of the Miami Beach Community Cen'er. 2Kt st and Washington ave Sterling Hotel Opens for Season David Rosner has announced the reopening of the Sterling hotel for the winter season The resort owner, whose following has been developed over more than 20 years of hotel management is nationally known for providing his guests with fine food m the cherished tradition of Jewish orthodoxy The 150room hotel at 6767 Col Una ave features a cuisine adher ing to strict dietary rules A dairy pool side snack bar will be a com | fortable novelty for swimmers and sun bathers with all food from the snack bar -cnol with the compli menta ol the management The Sterling will operate print'arily on the American plan. Rosner revealed, but European rates may be arranged Special diets, such as \ low-calorie or aall nmti Data W1 ha available to Sterling quests without extra charge The $1,500,000 Sterling has provisions for banquets, seating 500 pmtftWI comfortably, and out-t.ind ing convention facilities its public space area, which includes a 900foot ocean terrace, massive lobby. TV theater lounge, large card room and a spacious pool and cabana section, make the Sterling hotel one of the few in Florida designed for conventions The hotel is completely air conditioned, with individual controls in each room. Central heating is provided as well With an eye to family living, the Sterling has replaced steps with graded walks in the outdoor play and lounge courts, reducing hazards for children and adding to the comfort of older persons £RIDAY, D WTVJ TlimSION PROGRAM TT %  —•-. (Dec. 10 13 ) FRIDAY ?.sfl0 Today Ml raal • 00 l'inti POIIS School Mum u • :1S • 30 On Tour Account a-45 C.irl.H.n Stnw • 00 tiary Moor* t:1S *:*0 To lit Announced • %  44 ,r MORN I N C 5555AV ,, UNDAv T I I Teat Tat inn I T ':! M, Muii 1 1 %  '>;< MlilnlKlu Mr. Vftaard 10 00 l>el Kuaao 10:16 10:30 Strike It Rich 10:48 11:00 Menu Magir 11:15 Kiwu-e Patrol 8upr CtfCUl '.' Ti-h*, |" Hnto ftf L'P, Uv, \t I To be Ann'i'ril Bjrker I'.HI 1 :48 (luldl ng Light 11:30 Search •*. T"m'rowl fartoon-ii-vltle Cnr|e iJoi, a'TH NOP N ak|r j *mi UlK Top DmviJ feiaer JWV Auxiliary Meets What joining the Jewish War Veterans can mean to you." keynot 'ed the program at a membership tea given by the Ladies Auxiliary. (oral Cables Pott No. 243. in the home of Mrs Morris Golombeck. .231 SW 71st ave Mrs. Buddy Logue was in charge of reservations. i ^^——————^— %  2:00 I've Got Newa 12:15 Lave of Life 12:30 Welcome Traveler 1 249 1:00 llrun.h With Judy Hoy P.„ei H T, I:Arr ~^ 1:30 Art I.inkletler To Ba Ana'ced I'M P.. vim 1:45 ln.lii.lry pr,J, ( %  M t uu I..K Payoff 2:15 1:30 Jack Cobb f:4SI t o'. lock Hut, i „,,|„|| 1:30 Jackla'a Houae S:15 130 Valiant Lady 346 nVcret Storm _[_ To lie Ann • .1 K.-.:l,.,|| I 4:00 AletClbeon 4:18 4:30 4:45l Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Evtry Svaday, WM1M, 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Tail erearom it HM first eaa" hat the leraest Ijsteaiaa audience 5:00 (ilenii Mickey" 3:15SniHTinan 5:901 8:48 8nopper'a Oulda i Hay Polari RoTbaS I 1 Dollar a Sec r There ft, i Willy Corllaa A.ilirr I ... 5:00 Miami Hre Dent. 5:10 Wratncrnian S:15l lack of All Sporta 6:30 Let'a Oo Klahina 6:48 -Henirk Repor llna7:00 Pav of AMI11a 7:15 7:30 I'ona Kdvarda 7:48 Perry I'omu IVSNTNO Lone Ranger Jack of Snort illnn P.enl.-k Report i I Cajjl. BraJdiK k I Por*B tntrtcue la> It Hcnnr U Jackie (ileaaon Tcu> "Jewish Forum On The Air" Evtry Searfe,-18:30 • 11:30 a.m. Statian: WMK (lite • %  dial) Wifa Variaai f eafwr*i Pree'ecee' mmd Dirtcltd ay SIMON SEIDiN 50 J S.W. 17fa Am P*. 12 5410 : uf Tu • :00 Mama ansi 8.30 I ve Got A Secret 8-48 Home Worfcafcop 8*0 FYmoa PUyhouae! To for Money i:..f .M flratin I • :16 • 30 iiur Mlaa Prooka 8:45 Pl.i> honae 1$ I I >v. Huaband \ TV Thratm 10.00 The Line t'p 10:15 To Pe Ani.ced 10:3O The l^.ne Wolf That'a My I'.oy Pather Kr MIAMI BEACHDAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Ateaiker of America* Scheoli mni Celleoes Assecicfiea A series of Z0A Miami District Radio Programs will be featured on Simon Seiden's "JEWISH FORUM ON THE AIR" 1140 on the Dial at 10:30 a.m. starting Sunday, Dec. 12th. RABBI S. MACHTEI and President of the District, IRVING SAAL, will participate. 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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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December 10, 1954

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Full Text
\ewhh Floriidtiiaip
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ILL"ME 28 Number 49
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Still Hold Vessel
ypt Backs Down
Bat Galim Case
[t United Natiors
TED NATION'S (JTA)
mnced Monday in a let-
, Security Council that it
a in release the crew of the
-eighter Bat Galim "as soon
necessary formalities have
Deluded."
the contents of the letter,
.; in Dr. Charles Malik of
president of the Security
this month, by Omar Lout
c halrman of the Egyptian
here, it was evident that
ins intend for the time
-tain the ship itself. At
Mine, the letter was an
effort t" influence the Se-
ouncil, which was t meet
.i Israel's request to con-
Jewish State's lorr,'-st..nd-
ance against Kgypt for
. I lie Suez Canal.
icial comment here from
urces indicated that no
.;. Israel's stand before the
has been necessitated by
r It was pointed .'Ut that
. 1 mentioned the Bat Galim
dt n inly as the most recent
i of its Suez complaint
pt Israel's grievance
,.:. !- on the Security Council
at the moment concerns
hipping through the
,,i regardless of the fate
; Galim,
ill insist firmly before
iiw's Council session upon
ate release of the Bat
n th;it it might proceed
Suei Canal to II ufa,
,il port of destination.
irael Demands
US. Determined to Achieve Peace in Middle
East; Sobeloff Quotes Dulles Policy Statement
r
;.'
let
I

Green Says Fort Monmouth Cleared of Bigots
Bigots Seen Behind Suspensions
NEW YORK (AJP) Harry Green, attorney for the suspended
Jewish scientists at Fort Monmouth. revealed this week that officers
who had been responsible for the suspensions have been either discharg-
ed or transferred from th.it Army post.
Green came (O New York from his home in Red Bank. N.J., to make
a tape-recording ol a broadcast on Port Monmouth to be heard Sunday.
On the panel questioning him were a number of editors, including the
pro-McCarthy Victor Lasky, Jewish editor of the American Legion
Reader
Reiterating his charges that anti-Semitism constituted the main
motivation for the suspensions, Green referred to the ADL report sent
to Secret an of the Army Stevens as backing him up. This report, he
Hid, proved that "racism" served as the background of the suppression
of the Jewish scientists at the camp.
He said that long before he took the case, he had had long talks
with the suspended Jews and he had become convinced that not a single
one had < ver been even remotely connected with any Communist front
movement. Realizing that "a human tragedy had been enacted," he
decided to fight their battle even at the cost of a "financial licking and
the los. i.t clients."
NEW YORK (WNS) Secretary
of State John Eoster Dulles, "in
accordance with the desires of the
President, is actively engaged in
the evaluation of our efforts in the
Near East with the purpose of
hastening progress toward these
policy objectives." it was disclosed
here by U.S. Solicitor General
Simon E. Sobeloff in an address
| delivered at the annual Weizmann
dinner under the sponsorship of
I the American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science.
Sobeloff's assertion that he had
i been permitted to convey that in-
i formation to the gathering, attend-
I ed by some 1,500 guests, came
against the background of an earli-
| er Washington report that the State
. Department was considering issu-
ing a statement reiterating L'.S. de-
termination to do everything with-
in its power to thwart aggression in
the Middle East. Washington sourc-
es -Mild the contemplated statement
would be designed to allay Israeli
fears over the American arms pol-
icy toward the Arab states.
The U.S. Solicitor General said
Anti-Semites Seek to Cash in on Pro-McCarthy
Sentiments; Lehman Attack Read on Senate Floor
ielease o
fC
ew
ill NATIONS (JTAl The
nditional release by Egypt of
-r. 11 vessel "Bat Galim" was
nc'i'd Tuesday in a statement
by a spokesman of the Israel
at ion here following Egypt's
umement that it will release
ship's crew, but not the ship.
tatement reads:
" Egyptian seizure of the Bat
i was a warlike act against
8 violation of the armistice
iments; a breach of the Se-
y ( ouncil decision of 1951, of
Constantinople Convention of
snd of universally accepted
time practice. To crown it all
' accompanied by a base libel
tin- crew of the Bat Galim had
and killed Egyptian fisher-
NEW YORK (JTA) Anti-Se-
mitic elements throughout the
United Stales have openly ranged
themselves behind Sen Joseph R.
McCarthy, Ol Wisconsin, and made
his cause their own.
Professional Jew-baiters, who
took leading positions in the or-
ganizations which mushroomed in-
to existence to defend the Wiscon-
sin Senator against censure charg-
es, are working to convert pro-
McCarthy sentiment into active
anti-Jewish manifestations. They ;
are campaigning throughout the
country to convince McCarthy sup-
porters that a "Jewish-Communist j
conspiracy" is responsible for
criticism of their hero and that the
Jew is their real enemy.
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, staunch
defender of civil rights and one of
the most eloquent critics of Mc-
Carthy, is a principal target of the
vituperation of these elements.
While a handful of leading anti-1
Semites held top positions in the I
so called "Ten Million Americans
Mobilizing for Justice"- the group
which conducted the pro Mc< arthy
petition drivehundreds of lesser
anti Semitic luminaries were active
in the distribution of the petitions
and active solicitation of signa-
tures.
At the Hotel Roosevelt headquar-
ter-, nl the committee, veteran re-
purlers noted the presence of many
men whom they had seen previous-
ly in the Nazi Bundist, Coughlinite,
Silver Shirt and other Fascist
groupings of other days. In many
areas, solicitation of signature- to
the pro-McCarthy petitions was ac-
companied by anti-Jewish manifes-
tations,
Spectators at tne committees
Madison Square Garden rally were
appalled by the violence of the
open anti-Semitism displayed by
the crowd, large segments of which
acted as though the meeting were
an anti Jewish demonstration rath-
er than a pro-McCarthy rally. The
anti Jewish baying of the crowd
was only halted momentarily when
a Jew. Roy Conn, addressed the
meeting and when a Los Angeles
rabbi delivered the blessing.
The "Christian Nationalist Cru-
sade." organization headed by Ger-
ald L. K. Smith, an active figure in
the McCarthy camp, openly enter-
ed the picture during the final
week of the Senate censure debate.
It sent series of warnings to every
member of the Senate warning that
political suicide faced every Sen-
ator who voted for censure.
All Senators were deluged in a
carefully organized letter cam-
paign supporting McCarthy Many
of the letters were so violently
abusive and SO vicious in their
diatribes on the Jews that one of
the most respected members of the
Senate told a JTA correspondent
that he was appalled and horrified.
-Sen. J. William Fulbright, or Ar-
kansas, read a selection of these
letters into the record during the
debate. One letter, signed by G. G.
Gurley, president of the Chemical
Attraction Oil Corp. of San An-
tonio, Tex., denounced the Senator
' as "a henchman of the Jew deal."
Sen. Lehman, he added, "should be
deported out of this nation to Rus-
sia to let Germany take that 'bird'
in and give him the gas like Hitler
did as per my opinion of his re-
! cord."
Another letter, this one anony-
mous, asserted that the writer had
not fought in the South Pacific
"to open the gates of this nation
for the commy Jews that Hitler did
! nat kill."
A letter signed Peter Murphy, of
Buffalo. N.Y., referred to "the rot-
I ten Jew, Herbert Lehman, the pal
of Hiss." A letter from Cadillac,
i Mich., referred to "the rich Jews"
j in America who were "financing
the Reds in Russia."
Simon f. Sobeloff
. makes disclosure
it was "the unshaken determina-
tion" of our Government to achieve
peace in the Middle East and not
to tolerate the use of force to re-
solve differences in that part of
the world. He asserted "we will
not seek to increase our friend-
ship with the Arabs at the expense
of Israel any more than we would
seek to gain favor with Israel at
the expense of the Arabs." adding
that the U.S. was "emphasizing
this point" in its "day-to-day rela-
tions with the countries of the
Near East and we have reason to
believe that our efforts arc meet-
ing with some success "
Mr. Dulles, he said, had "express-
ed his understanding of the sense
of apprehension and isolation
which has arisen in Israel and his
belief that measures can be taken
to allay these feelings."
Adlai Stevenson, who was award-
ed an honorary fellowship at the
Weizmann Institute of Science for
his great achievements in the field
rmon Courf Rules Precedent-Making Decision
xyanization' Contract Called Void
I1 \KRRT (JTA) In a
1 i I making decision. a
in court here has invalidat
i >rced sale of businesses
le*s under Nazi law.s which
"red the "Aryanization" of"
lr ; r>i|HTties. The case involv
ale of a publishing cun-
rn vned by a Jew to a high
hk"i Nazi officer.
Fur the first time, the decision
> takes judicial cognizance of
fact that restitution legisla-
tes not exist in the Soviet
Zone i Germanj Under specia
drcurostanc Jewish victims of
Nazism from thai part of Ger-
man, ma, therefore prated their
.ntcrcsts by taking certain legal
steps in West Germany, theeoun
further stipulated
At stake in the legal wrtfO-
venry was the right to employ m
,,mu. ol a publishing house spe-
cialising m scient.fic periodicals.
Jh.ch was founded half a century
,go in Leipzig, in what is now the
Soviet Zone, by Dr. Leo Jolow.cz.
In 1938. the business WaS taken
ever 1>\ SS Colonel Noat/ke. The
|ewUh founder died in Leipzig
shortly thereafter, but his chil-
dren tound ret>ge in the i nited
States and became American citi-
zen- In New York, his son. Wal-
ter Johnson, has built up a simi-
lar publishing house, the "Aca-
demic Pre-- ,
In the ensuing legal dispute,
the Frankfurt firm owned by the
American heirs of Dr. Jolowicz
has been upheld.
BULLETIN
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles,
who is reported to have begun a
reconsideration of American policy
in the Near East, was visited for
30 minutes Wednesday by a leader
of the "American Friends of the
Middle East." a pro Arab group.
The Rev. Edward L. R. Elson. who
is best known as President Eisen-
hower's pastor, sought to dissuade
Mr. Dulles from revising policy in
the Near East, according to inform-
ed sources.
of the humanities and statesman-
ship, asserted that the govern-
ments of the United States. France
and Great Britain could best allay
the "rising apprehensions" in the
Middle East by reaffirming their
Tripartite Declaration of 1950 and
strengthening it with guarantees.
He said "any general security sys-
tem in the Middle East must take
into account the military potential
and the democratic vitality and re-
j liability."
In This Week's Issue
Senator Herbert lehmon
. berated
At the UN
Books
] Concert Stage
I Cooking
j Global Shorts
Hollywood
Mindlin
Snorts
Tercentenary
Washington Scent


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*Jeistfkrkik*r,
i^HKEMBQ,
Community Center Youth Groups Plan Rabbi Lehman Returns
Conclave at Town Branch on Sunday
Youth will lead the way at the
first all day teen age conference
to be sponsored by the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Community Center on
Sunday. Dec 12. 1 p.m.. it WU an-
nounced by Emanuel Tropp. aaalsl
ant director.
The conclave, which will be at-
tended i>> over 200 representatives
oi the 33 clubs affiliated with the
C( nter. ami which has as it- theme
"Teen Agers Take Their PI
Communit) Life." will be held .it
["own Branch, 480 SW 16th
.
rhe clubs come from the < ei
si ree buildings I
Beach Branch and Flagier-Granada,
well .i- it i xtensioi
the i oral Gables and North Dade
.<: w ish > 'enti ra
: ;it the dinner
ill be Mrs Leo \i k< r-
lent : the Jew ish !
who will give her
pre : the significance of
for the mmu-
nity. Conference registration will
ken al 1 p in and th.' k< )
note session ..t 2 p.m.. for the as-
sembled delegates, will feature
panel discussion on the subject.
How Can Teen Agers Help Their
mmunit)""
The panel will consist of In in
Katz. principal ol Miami Beach
High School; Kfraim H Gale exec-
utive director, GJUCC; Ronald
Lovitt, of the Keystone Club and
president of the Beach Hih Stu-
dent Body; and Connie Goodman,
vice president TAO Girls' Club
Moderator will be Tropp Dele
tec will be led in the Mnmnjj of
he national anthem and Hatikva
\ Shir.i Skop accompanied by
ena Schwarti Chairman ol this
pening session will he Sig l>..v.in.
esident Town Branch Youth
xincil
lx>ui> Schwartzman, executive di-
dor ol the Bureau of Jewi-h
iucat."ii will serve a-- discussion
.der for one "t the workshops
will be attending
oro 3 to 5pm His subject will
"What Kind ol Judaism for To-
i Teei \
Chan- : this session will be
uniel Mehler, ol the Maccabean
ther workshops are
follows
V o u r Club Ml
ops." < hairmai
enl \ i< .- !" iderator, Nisson
Raobi Irving U-hrman. spiritual
0) ,, ,,., 1.,-i.inii-KI. will
return to h pu'pil Criday nisht at
g 30 p m i illow n I" recently
concluded trip '" I-""'"'1 and will
h -i '> Land
. b ...-.i I'"'
-j gift from
III Cl '' ''"'
: 10 ii nhmversarj .-s spirit-
IWUglllwrt throughout the country-
's ,1 leader of liberal thought and
action He has received the "One
World" award "in recognition of
his outstanding record of liberal-
ism his championship ol civil
nuht- and international justice.
and Ins .aii.int eltorts to perpetu-
al! Hi. American tradition of cru
. ,, nunoiiam
vi ihe Festival, there will be the
I >i'"> !> the I'h.'ni'.ika candles,
which will mark the traditional
Jewi-li observance of the ancient
victory of the Maccabeans against
11
Airs, leo Ackrrmon
Beach Branch supervisor
What Makes ., Social function
( lick?" chairman Ifyrna Dolinger,
trea-urer. A G I. Club, moderator,
Leonard Romnej Extension super-
\ isor
Ideas for club Programs
chairman Irving Keigenhlatt. mod
erator, Miriam Scheinberg, Youth
Activities supervisor
"Adventuring in Community
Life," chairman: Maxine Drucker.
president. Tn Beta; moderator. Is-
rael Silver. Town Branch super
visor
"The Center and its Clubs How
Can They Help Each Other'" chair-
man Barbara Seitlin. president Phi
Sigma Tau: moderator. Mrs Do-
lores I'earl. Youth supervisor
Three of the girls' clubs at the
Center's Town Branch will prepare
and serve a dinner at 6 p m Rabbi
llenrv Okahca. of the North Dade
Jewish Center, will deliver the in-
vocation at the meal, while the
benediction will be presented by
Rabbi Morn- Skop. of the Coral
Cables Jewish Center. Chairman
lor this session is Mike Clein, pres-
ident. Beach Branch Youth Coun-
cil
\ dance for all the delegates
will take place in the evening to
the musk of Cordon Randall and
his Stardusters. Theme of the
Club 300 it
ing with the American Jewish Ter>
theme, and a skit en-
. .
the enti

ZOA District io Buy
525,000 Israel Bond
As Chanuka Gift

... ill be
i
ordins. to
ij eh iir
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'
If) o| Bonds,
whit h v Israel in her
struggle for economic security, will
be presented to Hartley Crum,
celebrated author ami attorne) a)
a mammoth ZOA Chanuka festi
v.d to be held in the new auditori-
um o| the Hotel Algiers OH Dec L'l
at 8 p m
Crum who will be the guest
speaker at the Festival is well
years n m
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pmWent; Brow,* fi
Harris,,!,, president. '"
New Sunday Class
\ session in Sundaj School
classes for children in the five and
six-year age group will be in-
stituted on Sundaj at Beth Jacob
religious school according to Rabbi
Akiva Chill, principal The class
will meet sverj Sunday from io
am. to noon under the leadership
of Miss Lorraine Safr... of the
faculty
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rers to be Installed at Annual Dinner;
[ram of Wednesday Function Told
.,,,. the 13th annual din-
r,',.,. i Jewish Kdu-
(he Di Lido
L ,,,, [5 al fl 30 pm. was
L,i !-. Mrs Louia Glaaaer,
t.in,.. ihr dinner committee.
\m v ii begin with Invocation
[bhi S \i'ril- President
Rabh ,1 Association ol
\r Miami
..Tl]l tenary Suite." orig-
^u.i, written by Hubert
Lr local music director.
_||y for the. Tercentenary
fill'l, played by Victor Stern.
member ol the faculty of
L, .,(,., i| al the Univer-itv
Cmi. with Strasaburg at the
The Suite will be in four
ii,,:. ; Marches On," a
jli,. script written and narrat-
1, Schwartzman.e^fccu-
|rei :. will portray the ac
Restaurant Opens for
th Consecutive Season
,p,,i,: & Vegetarian .fr-stau-
|j41 \\ -Ii ngton ave.. Iminmi
will reopen tor business for
[hi ecutive season under
Inie n gement that over
. has established
putation locally and nation-
|Bergn Brothers have been
: Held all their
Ir.d >im 1942 have maintain-
^h irds ol prompt and
i u> i< e with the aid of
led I specialised per-
[Star i -'.uirant -erve- break
hnch in dinner, with break
i ttractively priced.
ii ives strictly
and fish dishes.
I meat products of any
fe used in the preparation of
eals
tivitiea and personalities of the
Bureau. The cast includi i Judge
George E. Holt, of the cin til court
of Dade County, Stanlej I M
president oi the Greater Miami
Ji i li Federation, Mr and Mrs.
Charles Gottlieb, Mrs Harold Thur-
man, Deena Serotta, Irwin Siegel,
Ellen Bolker, Sandra Levy and
Kenneth Sher. The skit is directed
by Mrs Gottlieb and i- ,, documen-
tal narrative ol l.'i year, of the
progress ol the Bureau ol Jewish
Education.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of 'temple
Emanu-El, just returning from an
, extensive visit of Europe and Is-
rael, will address the dinner and
install the officers, who include
Max Meisel, honorary president;
Israel Shapoff, Harrj Slmonhoff,
honorary vice president-; Matilda
' H. Katner. president, Harold Thur
man, Sol Goldman, Joseph Duntov,
Vice president-: Hen Zimi Gins-
burg, secretary. Sam Prosterman,
treasurer. The board of directors
will also be installed
Music will he played by Harry
Rogers' orchestra Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will oiler the ben.(lie
i ion.
Dinner committee includes Mrs
[rving Gerstenfeld, Mr- Eva Kahn,
Mr- I'..--- Glasser, chairman. Mrs
Oida C. Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Prosterman, Max Meisel, Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Mrs. Matilda II Katner.
, Bernard Stevens. Israel Sh ipoff,
Benjamin Meyer-. Sol Goldman,
Mr- Irene Becker Mr- Joseph
Duntov, Ehiel Le'sowoder, Abraham
Whitehouse, Seymour Liebman,
Meyer Baskin, Herbert Slier. Mrs.
\ Molly Fabric. Mr- Leo Gelvan,
Mr- Rise I'erte-, Sidne\ Fertig,
Mrs Herman Jacobs, Mrs .1 Shaw
mut, Mrs. Irving Gypen, Mrs. Betty
iSohwart/. Mr- Irving Zuckerman,
Mrs Charles Gottlieb, Mr- Fred
Sandier, Mr- Harold Spaet and
Mrs. Lester Stepner
Rabbi G/etobenj 'O-JbeJ^ ...Ptyxytet to be Shown
Guesf SpirHabi'tea&er 'Al Women's Functio

Religion in Public Schools?
"Is Religion Being Taught in the
Public Schools?" This will be the
tuple of a discussion at the Tues-
day Night Forum ol Coral Cables
Jewish (enter on Dec. 14. Mrs.
Malvina Liebman, director of Ele-
mentary Education in the Dade
Count) Public School System, will
be main speaker.
Proceeds for Welfare
dallies Temple 11, Pythian Si--
ters, will offer a card party and
fashion show mi Wednesday, 8
|i m at ins Aragon' ave Proceeds
will further the Pythian Sisters'
child welfare work
Rabbi and Mrs. William Green-
In rg, Allentown. Pa., were guests
ol the boards of directors ol P.T.A.,
Sisterhood. Men's Club and Beth
David Congregation at a reception
Thursday, in the Beth David Audi
torlum, announced Herbert E.
Scher, Congregation president.
Rabbi Creenberg received his
Bachelor*! degree from New York
University and was ordained by
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America in 1931. He served the
communities of Petersburg. Vir-
ginia and charlotte. North Caro-
lina for many years.
Since 1942. he has been spiritual
leader at Temple Beth El in Allen-
town. Along with his rabbinical du-
ties, he has been president of the
Zionist District, served on the
board of the Federation of Jewish
Charities, Red Cross, Community
Chest. Boy Scouts. B'nai B'rith exe-
cutive committee and, in 1949, was
given the "Page One Award'' of
the Lehigh Valley Newspaper Guild
for outstanding community service.
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Ga-
bles will have a dessert coffee and
get acquainted party at the Al-
giers hotel on Wednesday. Dee. 15,
12:30.
A Yiddish-English playlet, "Life
mi a Milkfarm." will be presented
by Mrs. William Hechler. Mrs. Sol
Rappaport is chairman. In charge
nl reservations are Mrs. Sidney
Siegel and Mrs. H. Kessler.
Honored Guests
Pat State Department president
Hose Horn and present senior vice
president of the State Department
Erieda Levine will be honored
t;ue-ts at the next meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary. Coral Gables
Post 243. Jewish War Veterans, at
8 p.m.. Tuesday. Dec. 14. in the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. The
auxiliary will discuss final plans
for a Chanuka party Sunday after-
noon. Dec. 19, at the home of Mrs.
Dena Drubin, 6770 SW 5th ter.
cheon Meeting
lr i Beach I/>dge, B'nai B'rith,
|dI(I it- weekly luncheon meet
th.' I) lido Hotel on Tues
Dun. He 14.
Election Scheduled
Kne-eth Israel Congregation will
hold election of officers on Sunday
morning. Dec 12. at 1U a.m. in the
.cstry of the Synagogue.
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Israelite Center Slates
Carnival and Bazaar
Fourth annual bazaar sponsored
by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of
the Israelite Center will begin on
Saturday. Dec. 11. at 8 p.m. The
bazaar will continue all day Sun-
day and Monday.
In conjunction with the bazaar,
ih.' p T.A. "t the Israelite Center
1 will have a carnival on Sunday.
Half Million Mark Passed
Volunteers of the Community
Chest's big money Division "A"
moved past the half million dollar
mark in their collections Tuesday-
noon as they reported a total of
S503.926. or 91 percent of their big
goal of S550.000. at the Columbus
hotel. The new report pushed the
overall Chest drive total to S874.-
224. for 71 percent of the $1,225.-
000 minimum quota needed to op-
erate the 22 local Chest agencies
and the national USO.
2110 N. W. 13th Avr, Miami, Ho.
rh.ne 65-4563
can 44Q>u imagine
our city without BUSES!
On this coming Tuesday. December 14. Miami Beach
voters will decide if we are to have a franchised bus operation.
If you have no car, you rely upon buses tor transportation.
If you have a car. you often find it convenient to ride a bus
rather than drive in traffic and park your car.
If you are in business, your patrons and employees ride
the buses. A modern, efficient mass transportation system is
such an essential part of our daily life that it is taken for granted.
And yet. the franchise under which Miami Beach Railway
Co. has operated for the past 30 years has expired.
All members of City Council and City Manager Renshaw
have approved a new 20-year franchise which now is submitted
to the voters for adoption.
Although Miami Beach Railway Co. was the only oper-
ator offering to provide the service, the franchise will not be
exclusive; the city has the right at any time to franchise others.
There are provisions for revoking the franchise any time
its provisions are not complied with.
Because of its long experience, trained personnel, modern
equipment and financial responsibility, the company is well
qualified to meet its obligations under the franchise to serve our
community.
The undersigned volunteer committee, as a civic service,
has thoroughly studied the bus situation and the proposed fran-
chise, and earnestly recommends that if you want the bus
service continued, you should go to the polls on Tuesday. De-
cember 14. and vote to keep the buses. (This is not just a free-
holders' election; everybody registered may vote.)
CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR THE BUS FRANCHISE
D. RICHARD MEAD and HINRY COVE, Co-Chairmen
LEONARD C0LEMAN, Chairman Steering Committee
For Courtesy Car to Polls Tel. 58-5252


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Published tvery Friday since 1927 by the Jewish
Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18, Florida
Entered at second-class matter July 4, 1630, at the Poet
Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World-
wide News Service. National Edite>ial Association, Amer.
ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida
Press Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editoi
Kgypt It-n ks How ii
Egyptian spokesmen at the United Nations
have finally backed down in the Bat Galim
case. They announced early this week that
they intend releasing the crew of the Israeli
ship which they seized some time ago and
which they charged with aggressive attack.
This is just another example of the many
vicious tactics which Arab League nations
have been employing against the young Jew-
ish republic. The spokesmen's excuse that their
government now finds not enough evidence to
support the original charge highlights the Arab
propaganda campaign.
The unforutnate thing is that Egypt was forc-
ed into this diplomatic corner only because oth-
er nations, interested themselves in maintain-
ing the freedom of Suez Canal waters, decided
to use the Bat Galim as a test and significantly
let the Arabs know that they must come up
with some concrete evidence to support their
charge against Israel or back down and let
the ship and its crew go.
Were similar pressures applied in other Is-
ineli grievances against Arab League nations,
reace in the Middle East would have been as-
sured a long time ago. As it is. Egypt still re-
fuses to give up the Bat Galim. But we feel the
:c-lease of the boat will be only briefly post-
poned.
A face-saving gesture, the Egyptians must
:::crall piove that their bite is as sharp as their
bark.
A .\w n.iin i ii.ii->
Temple Beth Sholom will have a cornerstone
ceremony Sunday for the Temple's new sanc-
tuary which, when completed, will include in
its expanded state 1,800 seats for worshippers.
This addition to Beth Sholom symbolizes a
tribute to its congregation and leadership, as
well as to the Greater Miami area.
Twelve years ago. Temple Beth Sholom was
organized by little more than 20 families who
felt the need for a spiritual center in what was
then a northern extreme of the Beach.
Since that time, the congregation has qrown
to include some 800 families, and Beth Sholom
now a viqorous hub of reliqious, cultural and
itional activity. Mirrorinq the qrowth of
rr.anv another ce on in Greater Miami,
Ihe Temple ministers to every age group of the
-sh community.
The new addition thus followed as a natural
result of an expanding area. But it demanded
the capable leadership of an alert conqregation
to express its qrowinq spiritual needs in con-
i-iete fashion and to brinq to completion the
sanctuary whose cornerstone will be laid Sun-
cay.
Cornerstone materials, brought from the far
Negev in Israel, affirms American Jewry's
heightened identification with its ancient and
revered tradition. Temple Beth Sholom, alonq
with other conareqations in our area, has met
the challenge of an ever-enlarging Jewish com-
munity.
Sir Winston is Highly
The Board of Deputies of British Jews last
week congratulated Prime Minister Sir Winston
Churchill on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
Our feelings about the mighty Sir Winston
may, at times, be mixed. There are few of us
who will believe otherwise than that the qreat
war leader always acted in accordance with
the best interests of the British qovernment he
has. for so many decades, ably represented
This has often meant some of the cruellest
treatment accorded to the early Jewish pioneers
in what was formerly Palestine.
But the fact remains that Sir Winston's life is
inexorably tied up with modern Jewish history,
Zionism and the reemergence of Israel in our
time.
The Board of Deputies therefore aptly
voices its hope that he will be spared many
years of physical and mental strength to con-
tinue aivinq quidance and wise counsel to a
tortured world.
OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Streei
Telephones 2 1141 2-8212__________
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On. V.',"" B S C W T_l^^JlLLf
Friday. December 10. 1954
Volume 28 Number 49
Kislev 15. 5715
FRinflv
During The Week... \ H
By LEO MINDLIN
HECEMbq,
1 s

A 1 on III ioiuI.im-
Teen age clubs sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center meet in con-
clave here Sunday. Thirty-three affiliated
groups and their members will discuss in open
forums the teen ager and his position in com-
munity life.
Interesting to note about the conclave is that
it casts light on two significant matters. For one
thing, it indicates that adult Jewish leadership
here, and the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center, are intimately concerned with the
teen ager and his problems.
On the lace of it, the conclave will thus afford
ample evidence of the manner in which GMJCC
provides leadership and guidance to some
1.000 Miami teen agers through its many clubs
and social and athletic programs.
More important, however, is the fact that our
young people are intimately concerned with
determining constructive and healthy channels
through which they may express themselves
and are willing to do something about it.
The Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter and the conclave Sunday are an excellent
example of the way in which adults and teen
agars can work hand-in-hand to provide intel-
ligent facilities for leisure-time activity for our
youth.
llialcah Center Grm
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center is. in
itself, a proud example of the manner in which
a Jewish community creates its own identity
and expresses that identity often in the face of
opposition.
Six years ago. Jewish leaders in Hialeah met
to organize a spiritual center in a "sensitive"
area. In 1951. when several Miami synagogues
were terrorized by vandals, that CenteT al-
ready housed in its own building, was also the
object of such a threat.
Last Sunday, Center leaders met to break'
ground for a new addition to their present quar-
ers. The handful of charter members has grown
to an afhhation of 120 families, with an active
rehg.ous school and cultural program.
The new addition will create additional fa-
cihties for classrooms and offices.
We join with the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity m congratulating the H.aleah-M.ami
Springs Jewish Center and the quiet but deter-
mined manner in which it has been qrowinq '
to meet lt8 equally growing spiritual needs I
I
THE DINNER at the Miami Women"! ( l|,
honoring Roy Cohn, former legal advisor i., ',,.' '.,' Thurs%
and Rabbi Benjamin Schultz. self-styled leaderol i rh>
Jewish Leagua to Combat Communism. wai on,.", i pnv'"N
I aver attended. Apart from the f;ict thai i i, 1() JJ" "'"-tin
by a number of the Freedom Club, one o| the WarTN|
I would not be welcome, the spectacle ol im~l"'n'"r"181
unfolding there would have proved ihatterin T""'blf v
Inline- than mine. The dinner, one of main w ," "*" %
the nation, paid homage to the "misunderstood" rS^'H
Sen, McCarthy and Rabbi Schultz. who was rhaL ,' '""I
the local Freedom Club as -the most itatan.,,u.*" *"
in the t'nitcd States ,ng anti-comaj|
The 400-odd persons present included mans rrwrnk.
tian clergy, who came to the dinner ostensibly t kT'* "'I
in which two Jews represent themselves as onrw.sJ "*
deed. I had the feeling that the prevalent torn. ,: o? >Ubs9"-l
ported the concept that "all Jews arc communists" lr.rt,,.""**
amusing to regard two who are not. All about me,h "*
political reputations of Roosevelt. Truman Achw. u""**
host of other New Dealers were utterly destroyedIn ?*
worse than Hitler or Stalin, and the grace of PascK^"
erred by Holy Writ because he had waged a war i* w '
communists. War ,rt sPn **]
There is little to say about Rabbi Schultz He is a a^J]
who called upon loyal Americans to organize an "Une>l~?'
ment" for democracy. The tragedy lay in the fac, ff'-
democracy for which he appealed was not at all the un *
flourished in the minds of his audience or of Freedom ni,'
generally His chief claim to fame rested in his anno c iT
New York office could be reached by mail for cp,,s ?"
"Everybody Hates McCarthy but the People '*'
e ,
EQUALLY TRAGIC but more insidious was the addressed
who. using the tactics of his former employer filled the J
an hour with pouring forth half truths. Both he and Rabbi'
veighed against the "egghead." the college professor and
writer. All of these, they more than implied, were tools m
otherwise, of communism. Roy Cohn went even further
condemnation of McCarthy was. for him. a communistdonigf
All efforts of Confront during the past five year- to tether the*
sin Senator's tactics were also, he said, dominated in this fasbaZl
Senators TydingS, Gillette, l.ucas and Benton. noted MccS
w.iv painted by Cohn as "ez-8enatort" because ihev had voLm
opposition to the Wisconsin legislator's mv. -t.-^turv methtat4
people." he declared, "have spoken." A self-confessed Demil
nonetheless flayed former New Deal-Fair Deal administratwnLiT
them with coddling and protecting known communists In tail
he characterized himself as one of the chief prosecutors ii Ail
and Julius Rosenberg atomic spy case, humbly submitted HI
SchulU who. in his introduction, declared that the genius" Can
assumed a leading role when he prosecuted the eleven rotmdai
munist spies, took upon himself and the McCarthy conudMaf
nuendo credit for the conviction and imprisonment of AlfershJ
with righteous wrath, let his audience know that U.S. Seaanrk
H. Lehman was responsible for the promotion of Harry Deskrls,
as head of the International Monetary Fund -this, even MM
was amassing a secret file on White's communist affiliate
I must say at the outset that the conviction of Algerian,!
opposed by Harry Truman who called it "a Red hemng. oak-
took place during the latter's Administration and well befeefcl
pointmcnt of Sen. McCarthy as chairman of the Permanent!
mittee on Investigation. As for the rest, I can rely upon i L
sent to me, dated Dec. 6. by Sen. Lehman, whose integrity asuJ
can anil representative of the people of the State 6* New York I
ai face value and whose honesty I would not deign to -ully bj>
Icon with Conn's, except for the exigencies of tin- situation.
"IN the Rosenberg case," Sen Lehman said "Cohi
was confined to handling one witness \i
i S attorney. Southern District of New York Imostoftki
tin cast although leading pan in the court
bj Irving Saypol, the then is Attornej Ii Ihi case of 0*1
communists, Sen Lehman wrote me, "the chii I | isecutorwnl
X McGohey, then UJ Attorney, now Federal Judge Ci.hntuda|
nection with this case whatsoever and ..- ool aatedi
U S Attorney's Office at that tune
As far as Coon's charge about Sen. Ix-hman in the Harry I
White ease is concerned, the venerable New York statesman satj
had only the most superficial acquaintance with White dunngtbj
part of World War II, and at the time White was appointed hear
International Monetary Fund. I was out of the government enB
had no contact with him whatsoever and certainly was not <
nor did I in any way recommend, suggest or approve his pp
Conn's sort of malicious address, irresponsible character^
nation and hysterical albeit wise-appearing approach to s
activities mirrored the general characteristics of the now i
McCarthy investigations and reflected the infantile chauunsa*]
Thursday dinner. To understand the raison d'etre of this P"
one must be aware of the purposes of the Freedom Club is u
ization, for it is this group that acted as co-sponsor and 1M "
spreading Its tentacles in malicious fashion throughout [he n*N
The Freedom Club, organized early in 1952 ha itl njti<**J
Quarters at Los Angeles, Calif. As late as 1353. its advisory P"
included such figures as < Veil H DeMille. Dr. Robert A. Mill
Norman Vincent Paala, Eddie Hickenbackcr. George SoW*.J
a i Wedemeyer and \unn Crosbya diverse colleetioen'
and politically naive personalities On Feb. 18 ol that year.*'
businessman of Beeeriey Hills, calif. ll James BUbop, wiP|<*
he fell thai the organisation seema to ba "anti an} i\P<'"'2
operation is lireaponalble, slanted and detrimental to tr
oi ,i better Amerii i
THE MIAMI Chapter of the Freedom Club lists MB<*L
and directors noted local leaden whose Dames an in WPT J
who although general.) known, need not be in-ntinedtK"^
Junction with the Miami Breakfast Club the ..i^..m/.-tionpufw-y
Freedom Newa." in a recent edition ol this publication vfJJ
I was reported that the Breakfast club has been -i^rn"?J,
I" -el ., regional headquarters for a ongress of Kreetfom-
tag to Ihe Freed..,., News,' the function of the .omireAi^J
things i- to guarantee "that America steer clear oi theM"**"
aign aiiiani. (
The news director of WFTI.TV. Fort Lauderdal*- "*2sl[
dltkm on an agenda of proceedings held at regional f
Continued on Page '' A


.y DECEMBER101954
Jfnlstnorkilnn
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orrterstone Ceremony Sunday
, ,i BiMndrath, pro I
L'jilu' Union "I American He
fcongregations, parent body of
I Judaism. will be guest oi
J ,, corncrstone ceremonies
L new sanctuary ISbolom on Sunday. Dec. 12
I ceremonies at tlw site will
Id from 3 I" 4 p.m., and will
T,wed bj a dinner in the Dl
Ltd -I l"n
CJjs of 1.500 members and
expected U) attend.
-p Silvers, chairman of the
Ejction committee, will pre-
L,.r (he occasion, which will
feature description of the
fjor utilization of the new fa-
L pnted by Percival Good-
D : ill renowned architect
I the Temple.
|n >, Serbiir, chairman of the
Imn ..ilnnct. will preside over
Inner at the Dl Lido. Ralph
Ti- president of Temple Beth
Rabbi Leon Kronish is
i leader
||s and roof of the auditorium
Ih.ipel are now complete, and
fcctuarj with its nine portals
i.mo-t finished. The corner-
Is of basalt stone from quar-
i the Negev area in Israel.
Ic: president of Adams En-
iinu l*o., Inc.. manufacturers
Bf jalousies and aluminum
lure, heads a committee con-
t"7>i~7l.imcN M". Albert, Mbr-
Ipcrt. Sidney D. Ansin, Joseph
Dr. Maurice N. titendrath
L. Arkin, Maurice Burk. Leon 1
| EH, Louis .1. Krensky. Herbert
Matties, Morry B. Morris, Serbin,
Spero and Sam Stein
Nautilus Junior High School
\ Band, members of Boy Seoul Troop
j No. 45, the pupils' choir and Btu-
| dents of the religious school of the
Temple will lead the procession
which will start at Chase ave. and
44th st. and parade to the building
site. In the lead car of the proces-
! sion, as guests of honor, will be
Yehuda Levit, Consul for Economic
Affairs for the State of Israel; Dr.
Eisendrath; Goodman, who is also
Professor of Design in the Gradu-
ate School of Architecture at Co-
lumbia University.
Serbin will preside at the 7 p.m.
dinner. He will be assisted by a
committee on dinner arrangements,
headed by Philip Schlissel Mem-
bers of the campaign cabinet, who
will aid Serbin. include:
Jack Abbott, James Albert, Jo-
seph Arkin, Zachary Bailey. Harry
Rlumin. Harry' Dinnerstein, Dr.
Meyer Eggnatz. Leon J. Ell, Mrs.
Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Loretta Katz.
Milton S. Malakoff, Howard Miller,
I Morry B. Morris, Judge Kenneth
' Oka. Maury S. Olnick.
Bernard Pallant, Mrs. Sol S.
! Pine. Sol S. Pine. David Pollack.
David Provus, Albert Rosen. Bur-
nett Roth. Dr. Alexander Bobbins,
Alex Rubin, Dr. Norman Russ, Dan-
> l Sepler, Sam Segal, Jr. John
: harles Silver-. Abe So-
Ralph Spero and Sam stem.
Dr Eisendrath became
nl in 1943. the Union ol
Hebrew Congregations
h is added more than 17S new con-
ions to its membership roll.
The i nion is also the patron oi
the Hebrew Union College-Institute
ica's hist Rab-
- tninary, ol whose govern-
ing I oard he is a member,
Dr Eisendrath is active in many
spheres ol American and Jewish
life He is national chairman of the
Commission on Religious Organiz-
ations ol the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and vice
president of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism. He was one
of the official* American Jewish
representatives to the peace confer-
ence in Paris after the war and
aflfa served as consultant at the San
PrandsCO conference which wrote
|the charter of the United Nations.
Graduated as Rabbi from the
Hebrew Union College in Cincin-
nati in 1926, Dr. Eisendrath served
as Rabbi of the Virginia Street
Temple in Charleston, West Vir-
ginia, from 1926 to 1929. and as
Rabbi of the Holy Blossom Temple
in Toronto, Canada, from 1929 to
1943.
In the field of scholarship, he
was president of the Candian So-
ciety for Biblical Studies and au-
thor of a book "The Never-Failing
Stream,'' published in 1939 on the
occasion of his tenth anniversary
at the Holy Blossom Temple.
In recognition of his many con-
tributions to the rabbinate, the He-
brew I'nion College conferred on
him the honorary degree of Doctor
of Divinity in 1945, and upon the
25th anniversary of his ordination,
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations honored him with a
special award for his services.
'And they shall make Me a sanctuary; and I will dwell in
the midst at them."
the lirst synagogue established on Miami Beach
takes pride in announcing the appointment of
Agudath Israel
Forms New Group
Junior congregation has been or-
ganised at Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Gerald
Katz, Institute director.
Named president was Larry
Feder. Other officers include Don-
old Wechsler, treasurer: and Har-
vey Raderman, secretary.
Douglas Lynn will be rabbi. Al-o
named were feder. cantor. Rader-
man. choir leader; Eugene Howard
and Sandy Shapiro, gabaim; and
Freddy Rosenberg, sexton.
Congregation singing will be
taught by Mitchell Reiner, board
member of Agudath Israel. Meet-
ings are on Monday evenings at 7
p.m., Katz said.
Chairman of the religious com-
mittee is Michael Lerman. Richard
Winer is co-chairman, with Judah
n Ever acting as nonary junior
member.
Fourth Teachers'
Seminar Held
Fourth session of the annual
seminar for teachers in the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami will
be held at Temple Emanu-El on
Dec 14. at 8 p.m.
Guest speaker on the Tercenten-
ary theme will be Dr. Benjamin
Rosenberg, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. He will discuss "The Develop-
ing Pattern of the Jewish Commu-
nity."
Workshop session at 9 p.m. will
be led by teachers of Temple
Emanu-El under the direction of
Saul Rabin, educational director.
P.T.A. of Temple Emanu-El will
be hosts.
On December 7. John Appel, in-
structor at the University of Mi-
ami, addressed Jewish teachers on
the subject of "Jews in American
Literature." Roni Hyman and Don
Schrager led the workshop session
under the direction of Jerome Gor-
don, educational director at Beth
David.
'Night in New Orleans'
Due at Balkin Home
A "Night in New Orleans" will
be sponsored by the Miami Beach
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I.
Balkin, 611 86th st., on Saturday,
Dec. 11, 8 p.m.
The Balkin home will be trans-
formed into a replica of the Loui-
siana city for the event, with au-
thentic decorations sent lor the af-
fair by the New Orleans Chamber
of Commerce.
Highlight of the evening will be
a skit, "The Case of the Missing
Stole Winner." Participants in-
clude the Mesdames Aaron Barron,
Helen Alpert. Abe Schwartz, Ida
Optner, Evelyn Bloch. Fay Wahl,
Leo Rubin. Peter Heller and Joan
Libert Balkin.
Michael Sossin will take over as
the "French Market auctioneer."
William Klein will be master
of ceremonies and preside over the
judging of the Mardi Gras queen.
RABBI AKIVA CHILL
as
Spiritual Leader
Principal Beth Jacob Religious School
Executive Director Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
Membership Invited
For Kashruth Supervision and Inquiries Concerning
_____. Kashruth Phone .V6T50_________.-----
MORRIS B. FRANK. President
Member of the Union of orthodox Jewish Congregation!
of America
Mrs. Greene Elected
P.T.A. Council Head
Newly organized Council of
P T.A.'s elected its first officers to
provide leadership for its program
of correlating activities of all
P T A 's of the Jewish schools here
and to assist in the formation of
new P.T.A.s.
Mrs Ruth Greene, of Temple
! Emanu-El. was named president.
Mrs. Dorothy Handshu. Beth David.
is vice president and chairman of
the PTA. promotion committee.
Mrs Gladvs Yanowitz. of Temple
' Beth Sholom. was elected vice pres-
ident and chairman of the P.T.A.
bulletin committee. Mrs. Adelaide
i Beckman. of Coral Gables, will be
i vice president and chairman Of the
I P.T.A. workshop committee.
Also elected were Mrs. Frances
! Schiffman. North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter, contact secretary; Mrs. Nat
Fragm. Israelite Center, recording
secretary: and Mrs. Molly Fabric.
f North Shore Jewish Center.
treasurer.
Council I- now preparing to pub-
lish the first edition of the P.T.A.
News, containing activities of ail
p.T.A.'s local!)
Southern Senior Judaea
Plans Daytona Conclave
Southern Region Senior Judaea
will meet for its annual winter con-
clave. Dec. 26 to 30. in Daytona
Beach, according to an announce
ment by Bob Clein. president. Con-
clave headquarters will be the Prin-
cess Issena hotel.
"If You Will it is No Dream," the
conclave theme, will be highlighted
by discussion groups, Judaean
workshops, folk song and dance
competition, e x t e m p o r aneous
speaking contest, basketball, shuf-
Deboard and ping pong tourna-
ments.
Stall of leaders will include Yo-
sef Pen. Anita Schwartzman. Saul
Krukofsky. Erica Greenbaum, Mrs.
I. Brukner. Herman Popkin. Roni
Hyman. Mrs. L. Rafael and Jackie
Prossner.
Special guests expected for the
four-day event will be national
president of Senior Judaea Shelby
Lyman and Mr. and Mrs. Chaim
Adler, representing the Atlanta
Zionist Youth Commission.
Medicine, Judaism Discussed
Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple
Israel, spoke on "Judaism and
Medicine" at a meeting of Phi
Delta Epsilon. medical fraternity,
in the Algiers hotel on Monday
night. Dr. Leo Levin is president
ol the fraternity, and Dr. Jesse Hal-
pern is in charge of arrangements.
Young Adults to Dance
Temple Israel Young Adults will
have its fund raising dance, "Any-
thing Goes," at the Sorrento hotel
on Sunday night, Dec. 12. 9 p.m.. it
has been announced by Miss Lor-
raine Albert, chairman of the ways
and means committee. Serving on
the committee are Doris Rabino-
witz and Lee Polak, vice president.
Makes Official Visit
Mrs. Howell Wooten, president of
the Rebekah Assembly of Florida,
will make her official visit to Sun-
shine Rebekah Lodge of Miami
Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 14th, 8
p.m., in the American Legion. Be-
fore the meeting, a banquet in Mrs.
Wooten's honor will be given in the
Strath Haven hotel at 6 p.m.
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. held a smoker on ihursday eve-
ning at the Knights of Pythias Lodge Hall. Standing (left to
right) are Leslie Engelman; Marvin Rauzin, president of the
lodge; Judge Sam Silver, general chairman for the member-
ship drive in the South Florida region; Pobert Lewison. chair-
man of the smoker committee; and Bernard Liberman, chair-
man of the membership committee.



PAGE 6 A
+ t***utfUrHk*n
S^JTCEMBD,
. '
Miss Cohen Becomes
Mrs. Altshuler
rhc home of Mr and Mi- Harry
COhen, 2335 s\v 26th tcr. was the
Betting f their daughter, Theima J. Cohen,
to Richard Altshuler.
Rabbi Jos) i'h Narol offi< I ited at
the 2 p.m. service A reception fol-
lowed in the Cohen home
The bride was given in marriage
bj her parents. She wore a fresco
rose lace dress over nylon net with
n atching satin and tulle hea Idress
David Wexler was ring bearer .it
the wedding Mrs J i< k Wexlei
Philadelphia, sister oi th bri le
groom, v. as soloist.
rhe n< wlyweds will live at 2158
SU 14th tcr.
The tornn r Hiss C< hen mel her
husband at the home oi a law class-
the bridegroom
She attended the L'niversitj of
North Carolina, received her BA
and M \ degrees from the Univer-
sity oi Miami, and attended grad-
uate school .it the L'niversitj ol
California she i- a member ol the
\ rii an Association ol l niver-
sity Professors and teaches English
at CM
Mr Altshuler is Ihe son ol Mrs
Sophie Ml huler Philadelphia He
ri eived his BBA degree from Tem-
ple Universitj and his LLB from
the I'M He is .< member ol Nu
ta Epsilon, honorarj law fra-
ilj He has sen d In the Air
ind now is a practicing at-
tornej h I
Altinan, Kosner
I'.rlroiluil Announced
-.
meed bj
parent Mr* M. G Vltn an of
Ml Vert N '> ham
\ (man of 11 2nd ave
Icher
i work at
\Yl"> School "i Arts ces
She i ..... kith I
\\. I y Depart
ild u
Mr Rosner is completing hi- doc
torate in psychology .it Ihe New
Si honl for Social Resean h He is
., member oi th'. Department oi
Psychology at the Psychiatric In-
stitute Grasslands Hospital, Val-
halla. N V.

PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Dr Daniel 0 Hammond and Dr
n Hammond were hosta .it i
... tiering '" Ihe Sans Souel hotel
las) week, honoring members ol
th, i niverait) ol Maryland Medi-
i ,i Mumni Aasociation Some 43
former L'niversitj ol Maryland stu-
dents, h< re to attend the Ann
Medical Vssociation convention,
ithering

Mrt. Kichord Altshuler
Berlii
...... i thi ir
wed lii vi rsarj Dei
i lull hoti
,,, Mi Louis Makovsky
daughter, Rose Marie Mr
Louis rrachtenberg ol A)
lantic Be ich \^ and Martin Le
i ... \ eles, Calii
al \tt Sin.H Hos
7 at Ihe
Guests included
and
and
Greuter
Sisterhoods oi the National
omen s
-:U
P
iIbUs Harry"* SonfcMiuii Beach Torah Fund affair on Thursday. Dec. 16. 11 a m.. at ih
Hotel. Proceeds-are tor the Jewish The"'
Miss lynn H. Smlltr
April Riles [Manned
Ry Sailer, Radoff
April will bring wedding bells t"
Lynn Harryette Salter and Burton
Buzz) Radoff
Lynn's parents Mr and Mra. Har-
ry Salter, MO Baj dr Normandy
Isle, announce the couple engage-
ment
The bride elect attended Forest
Hill Village High School, Toronto,
which l- the Salters' former home.
She earned her BA degree at the
University of Miami, where the be-
longed to Sigma Lambda Phi hon-
orary service sorority, residence
council and Delta Phi Kpsilon.
Buzzj attended Washington and
Jefferson College in Pennsylvania
and the University ol Miami where
he was a member ol Pi Lambda
Phi social fraternitj
He served two years in the armed
forces His parent* are Mr and
Mrs. Lee Radoff of the white
House Hotel, Miami Beach
Huzzy is a Mason and associ-
ated with the white House Hotel
realti
Mrs Anna Sparer and Mr Mur
raj H Sparer mother and brother
o| Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center spiritual leader Rabbi Mal-
colm Sparer, are visiting with the
Rabbi Mr Sparer. I New York
Attorney. i. Past Commander of
the Sgl Charles Smith Peat, Jew-
ish War Veterans, and zone chair- i
man tor the Lions International.
I>r and Mr- Edward G Lear will
cocktails al their home. 5829
Alton rd. on Sundaj. honori
bers ol the faculty and ad
mmistrative staff ol th. Lear
School.
\lr and Mrs Sid Lewis, "f 2180
Baj dr have returned after visit-
thi ir children, Mr and Mr>.
. > Rudolph, Pittsburgh, Pa .
an i Mi and Mr- Sidnej 1 Shapiro,
Spartanburg S.C Thej will remain
here until spring, when thej leave
for I in Inn at Henderson
Mile. \ C
Mr and Mrs Karl Kubcnstein. of
20 Bast 13th it Hialeah, announce
the lurth of their ton* Jaj Michael,
at Mt Sinai Hospital on Nov. 30.
Grandparents are Mrs Hortetue
Blum. 3631 SW 21st si and Mr
and Mrs Harry Kuhenstein, of New
York Citj Great grandparents are (
Mr and Mrs Cecil Myers, also of
2631 SW 21-t si
of the United Synaqoguo of America w.il hold their d
""hursday '
tor the Jewish Ihcolcaical Se---,
Shown planninq the program are (left to right) Miss l2
Goodman, co-chairman. Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairmc- mrf I
Mrs. Henry Wernick. president of the Southeast Re:;;;a
United Synagogue.
Practicing Chanuka songs to be taught at the annual ChainbJ
Prepararation Institute of Temple Emanu-El are (left to rigid1
Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, president d
the Sisterhood and PTA. sponsors of the Institute, Mis. Tb
dore F. Arvan, PTA chairman, and Mis. Alfred Stone, Sdt
hood chairman of the event. The Chanuka workshop is sched-
uled for Wednesday. Dec. 15. at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Blank Hostess
Mrs Sam Blank will be hostess
.it her home, tK) East in Lido dr .
Miami Beach, honoring lit'- mem-
bers of the Greater Miami chapter.
National Women's Committee of
Brandeii Universitj on Friday,
Dec- 10, 1 p m
Sisterhood and PTA of Beth
Sholom Plan Chanuka Workshop
Mist Blanche Allmon
Miss Kuril/, Samuel
Levy Arc Engaged
June is the month Helen.1 Bar
bars Km it/ and Samuel (Terry)
Levj have chosen tor their wed-
ding.
The couple- engagemenl is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr and
Mrs. David KuriU, of Philadelphia,
;:nd 700 83rd al Ml imi Beach,
Helene i- a graduate
sity oi Pennsylvania School of
Nursing
Terry i. th- son of Mr and Mrs
lliam Levy oi Philadelphia
Fcldman, Bulhin
Claire Feldman, of Miami Beach,
and Henry Bulhin were married
on Saturday evening in the study
of Kabbi Joseph Narot at Temple
Israel Immediate members of both
families were in attendance. The
couple will reside at 515 SW 20ih
rd Miami.
Sisterhood and PTA of Temple
Beth Sholom will combine their
regular monthlj meetings tor the
month of December, according to
an announcement bj president Mrs
Irving is Kaplan and Mrs Sol S
Pine
( hanuka will be the keynote of
the program." they stated \ chil
dren's fashion show and Chanuka
celebration will Im- featured, with
children of the religious WDOOl U
models "
' hildren who will partii ipate are
Robin < "hen. Lew 1- I In ii
crane. Bill) Courshon Carol Dur
bin. Jill Goldman, Douglas Grenald,
Susan Grenald, Randj Ivi r, Judj
Jacobs, Maxim Kronish, Barbara
Miller and Lori Run
The Little Shop of Lincoln Road
will produce the show, tnd the
children will receive gifts from the
Sisterhood fiift Shop Organist Hy
Fried will furnish the music In ad-
dition, there will be a bargain sale
of surplus merchandise from the
recent Sisterhood holiday auction
Chanuka refreshments will be
served after the meeting's program
i is concluded. The meeting will

I
start al l pm on Wednesday, Dec
IS, and i- open to the general pub
in .- well as to Sisterhood mem
bers
Mi Ben Grenald is chairman.
Mrs Alexander Kogan i- over-all
program chairman of Sisterhood
TO 7 Hi
Consecration Service
Consecration services for new
member- will be held bj the Sister
noon" -I Beth Krnoth Congregation
i lesdaj D.c H h ,, m .,,
12201 wv 7th ave The group w,u
Rabbi B Leon
Hurwiti ol Zamora Ji wish Center
and Rabbi Abraham Herson, ol Tl
Israel Northside I
m will be delii
'ted bj Mr- Bernhard I hesman
dent of the Sisterhood ol /.,
mora ii wi-h < ntct
Sisterhood Slates Supper \
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew
ish Center announce.
cafeteria rtyli
Getting ready for a children's fashion show and ChM"
celebration to be featured at the open meeting of Sisl**?
and PTA of Temple Beth Sholom are Mrs. Ben GienuiM
Goldman and Mrs. Alexander Kogan. The meelmg^
held on Wednesday. Dec. 15. at 1 p.m.. in the Temple P
Mrs. Grenald is chairman of the day. Mrs. Alexander I
is program chairman of Sisterhood.
'!'
CHfSi*
rl
an annual
upper to take place
on Sunday. Dec 12. at 5 30 p m
< o ch.nrm.m Mr- Sam Schulefand
and Mrs Maurice Corenblum re
in charge of arrangement-
liberty Balkin points to a painting of her form" ^ %
Orleans and extend* a welcome to spend qsjsJ
-------Orleans'' at the home ol her parents. Mi and W"
I. Balkin. 611 86th st.. on Saturday. Dec. 1
loan
New Orleans'' at the home ol her parents. Mi and ^"j^
I. Balkin. 611 86th st.. on Saturday. Dec. 11. 8 Pm; Wl
Gras is being aponsored by Miami Beach B'nai B


5ECEMBEn_10l954
ladassah Members Here to Mark
[tta Szold Day at Local Functions
Miami Chapter <>t Hadassah will mark "Henrietta Szold
gVday, D'1' 13. According t<> Mrs. Samuel /. Sakn
,,,.[ president, the some 4.000 member] of Hada iah here
kite i" Mrs. Siold, founder of the Women- Zionist Organ
nwrica, al affairs scheduled throunh..ut (he aiva
in,.-cii Group "i Hadaa- (
..,. a luncheon at the dent, will officiate al a candelight
I al' 12 noon. ceremony in honor of "H" Day
bail-man is Mrs. Philip sponsors,
-moo! the program will I The program will include a fash
|h Then mill Now." fea-1 ion show b) Jean Keats, modeled
mi- starting Tom 1300 by Hadastah women, and musical
Pnt day. along with
Jtdassah.
Iph Ecker is in charge
Ions.
J&UtihrMtori
PAGE 7 A
selections by Mrs. l[;irold Wynn,
soloist, accompanied al the piano
by Olga Bibor Stern.
The program i- arranged and di-
re cirri by Mrs Ifoset Meschelofl
Mrs. Charles Alter will be chair-
man of the das
| Dec. 12. 6
h.iim Weizmann Group
mil hold ii smorgas-
n. p irtj al the Miami
250 NW North River
in honor of H !un5heoB in the Roney Plaza ho
Israeli Group of Hadassah will
celebrate Henrietta Szold D
lent is
Iceeds will go towards
Kroject* in Israel. Mrs.
t,.. is chairman.
f3th. at :30 p.m.. the
old its regular meet-
iMiiimi Branch of the
unity (enter. 450 SW
Irs. Jean Berman will
look review, t'hanuka
Siold's birthday will
lighted.
I
|up of Hadassah will
{celebration of Henri-
birthday with a lun-
Sans Souci hotel on
13. 12:30 p.m.
till include a fashion
I will be presented by
ke. accompanied by
Her al the piano,
kel Lipton, chairman,
timer Wien and Mrs.
kerman. co-chairmen,
ni arrangements.
tel on Monday, Dec. 13, 12 noon
Philip II. Brummer. operatic
tenor and Cantor of Temple
Emanu-El, will entertain and par
tieipate in a candlelight ceremony.
Mrs. Jack Davis la program chair-
man.
Chairman of the day is Mr- Sol
Silverman. Ticket chairmen are
Mrs. Joseph Wolf and Mrs J. C.
Chutkow.

Shaloma Group will have lunch-
eon at the Algiers Hotel, with the
following program: sketch ol Hen-
rietta Szoids life by Mr-. Bernard
Goldberg and cantata. "A People
Like These.'' narration bj Mr- Hal
Hertz. Songs will be by Joseph
Pardo, accompanied by Hy Pried.
Girls' Group
Installs Officers
'"''ll LefcowiU was installed
'""i"1"" ot Menorah B'nai Brith
'"r|- '' a meeting ol the ... i iniza
"'" "eld in the Empress hotel
hi re
Other officers insti.....d include
Begins Bernie and Linda Wachter
flee presidents; Rochelie Garret!
recording secretary; Susan K
-i"""1"': secretary; and Helen
. Snuman, treasurer.
, Outgoing .....cers wen In- Co-
hen and Joan Gallenl
Installing new members were
Joan Gallent, Sandra Kayner and
Rochelie Rudolph and those enter-
ing the organization include Sheila
Vbrams, Linda Bressman, !
Brummer, Linda Mark: n
Shapiro, Cynthia Suttin, Judy
Ro i nbloom and Marsha Zaltnan
off
Cantor Philip Brummer, of Tem
pie Emanu El, offered a musical
program.
Present as guests were Jerry
Carver regional director ol B'nai
B'rith Youth; Irvin Katz, Miami
Beach High School principal: Miss
Joan Siegel, first president of the
organization; and Rabbi and Mrs.
Henry Wernick.
Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, congratulates Mrs. Milton Sirkin on the occasion of her
installation as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center at GMJCC's annual meeting Sunday.
An all-games party "ill be h<-Iil
by I R. Goodman Group of Hadas-
sah on Wednesda) evening, Dec.
15. 8 p.m., in celebration ol Hen
rietta Szold Day, at the Ritz Plaza
H-Daj luncheon of hotaL announces Mrs Alfred Karg,
Group of Hadassah President.
t the Algiers hotel on Mrs Cv,[ ('""k '" chairman of
14 12 noon with ,h*" committee in charge, assisted
Sandier as chairman. bV Mrs. William Kelly. Lillian
show by Azen'a of Goodman, Mrs. Osius Lobcl. Mrs.
M entertainment will Kar8 and Miss Ceil Rubin.
ving the lunch-
prrt (lutman. Gladys
l.uhin and Mrs. Jo-
nll serve as co-chair-
Ir'iiip n| Hadassah will
lt->n and fashion show,
phmns of the future,
1 p.m.. in the Bis-
c hotel.
bold Croup of Hadas-
Wate the birthday of
'Id with a luncheon
s hotel on Monday,
noon
' Rosenberg, presi-
LACK
fysitm l
REDUCING
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aith Manages
Bible and Concepts of
Creation Oisct/ssed Tuesday
Louis Schwartzman will speak
on "Science and the Concepl of
Creation" Tuesday evening, Dec.
14, in the Academj auditorium
This I- the sixth in a series ol
eight lectures centering around the
theme -The Bible and Modern
Man" being offered on Tuesday
evenings ;.t H p.m by the school.
Rabbi Alexander s Gross, prin-
cipal, will introduce the speaker
Mr Schwartzman has .i Bachel-
or's degree in Hebri Literature
from Baltimore Hebrew College,
was principal ol three school- un-
der the lio.nil oi Jewish Education
of Baltimore, Mil. and assistant to
the executive director of the Board
of Jewish Education in that city
and executive director of Associat-
ed Hebrew Schools of Wilmington.
Del.
He was also executive director
of Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Atlanta. Ga., a member of
the National Association for Jew-
ish Education and instructor in his-
tory and Hebrew at the University
of Miami. He is at present execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education here.
Beth Sholom Golden Agers Change Name
At the first open meeting of the
Golden Age group of the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom. the
50 women present unanimously
voted to change the name of their
group to "The Young at Heart."
The meeting was held Monday in
the banquet hall of the Temple,
with Mrs. George Cohen, chairman
of the group, in charge.
Featured at the meeting was the
showing of a film, "Through the
Years Jewish Women in Ameri-
can History." After the showing.
Mrs living B Kaplan, president of
the Sisterhood, presented fllrs
Cohen with a laminated plaque of
B letter received by Mrs. Cohen
many years ago, testifying to her
"civic leadership" when she lived
in Alabama.
The Young-at-Heart will meet
every Monday at the Temple to
sew costumes for the forthcoming
Sisterhood musical review which
will be held on Jan. 12 and 17.
Mrs. John L. Leibowitz is chairman
of the workshop.
Rabbi in Cuba
Rabbi Max Shapiro, former Beth
David spiritual leader, returned to
Miami last weekend, following a
tour through South America. Rab-
bi Shapiro left again Tuesday for
Cuba on behalf of Bonds of Israi !.
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Robert Shalom Mandel, son
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del, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, Dec.
11, at Beth El Synagogue.
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
will officiate. Robert is a stu-
dent at Beth El religious
school and is in the eighth
grade of Citrus Grove Junior
High School. He is also a
member of Boy Scout Troop
89, at Beth David Synagogue^ j
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Two More UroupM
l'rg' Adoption ol"
Hum Franchise
Miami Beach vott rs will go to the
polls in special election Tuesday,
Dec. 14. to approve the franchise
ol the Miami Beach Railwaj Co for
a m w 20 > ar period-
Miami Beach Railwaj Co., which
has operated the bus transportation
company on the Beach for the last
;*(> years, is the onlj operator offer-
ing to provide the service, and .ill
members "t the ('"> Council, -
well as <"its Mavafer Claude B*o>
shaw approved the franchise which
i being submitted U "Because <>f Its long experience,
trained personnel, modern equip-
ment and financial responsibility,
the company is well qualified to
meel it- obligations under the
franchise and serve the Miami
i;, nil community a<
the volunteer committee which has
formed under the name ol the
"Citizens Committee for the Bus
Franchi i
D Rich ird Mead and Henri Cove
- eo chairmen with
ird Coleman, chairman ol the
sti ering committi i
Amp], provisions for the safe-
be transportation fa-
dim*.- "f Miami Beach resi
ad in the fran
chise, and as eli da] draws
two more Miami Beach civic
More than 75 pints ci blood were contributed by members of
the Beth David Men. Club when joint accounts were opened
a, m- S oi'al and John Elliot Blood Banks. Dr. M. B.
Cirhn and Dr. Newhouse. directors oi the respective Blood
Banks, expressed deep satisfaction with the excellent re-
sponse. Shown 'left to riqht) are front row Dr. Culm. Mrs-
MacPhee. public relations director of the John Elliot Blood
Bank: Charles Spingam. chairman of Beth David Men s Club
blood bank committee. Max Jacobson. president of Beth David
Men's Club. Dr. Newhouse. Back row are Milton Sadofi. Lou
Rosenson and Nathan Games, members of the blood bank
committee. ______
New B*ai BVith
Lodge Revealed
Progress in the formation of a
new B'nai B'rith Lodge m We-t Mi
ami has In-en hailed by Judge Sam
I. Silver, chairman of the current
Itei Miami B'nai B'nth mem
bership campaign
With the cooperation Of local
B'nai B'rith leaders, including:
Judge Milt Haakoe, Alvin C'orenblum. George
Benstein and Gilbert J. Balkin, a
member Of organizing meetings
have beta held in West Miami. Ed
ward Holly, West .Miami resident
and civic leader, has been named
to sent M temporary chairman of
the West Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge
1 in formation.
Robert Schneider, of Washing
'ton, DC. national B'nai B'rith
' membership field director, has
stated that he anticipates a char
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Mmi JewS
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of the nets 10-year term and urg-
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vote "yes" (or the franchise.
Latest of the group- joining the
ranks include Normaiidv Isle Im-
provement Association and Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach The
citizens committee has arranged
i transportation to the polls
Tuesdaj which may be obtained by
phoning 58-5252.
Book Review Tuesday
nd of the book review series
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Chapter ol Hadamah will be held
on Tuesday. Dec 14. 1 15 p.m. at
the Hibiscus Masonic Temple.
Mr- I M Weinsiein will review
a book highlighting Jewish Book
Month
Mr- Donald Murray is book re-
view coordinator, and Mrs Harry'
Magid is ticket chairman
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^QlstJhrMtor
hsburgh Heads Hotel Division
PAGE 9 A
i gel
Tytell is Named to
Estate Planning Council
At the last meeting ot the Es-
tate Planning Council of Southeast
Florida, Bernard Tytell was elected
to the executive committee to rep-
resent local certified public accoun-
tants for the next two years.
A resident of Miami for the past
25 years, Tytell is active on the tax
committee of the uacle County
Chapter of Certified Public Ac-
countants. Prior to his practice as
a C.P.A., he worked for the Bureau
of Internal Revenue as a revenue
agent for five years, stationed here
in Miami, and before that was em-
ployed by the Florida Industrial
Commission.
He has written tax articles, lec-
tured on taxes and was a member
of the radio tax panel in 1953.
Tytell attended the University of
Miami and is a member of the
American Institute of Accountants
and of the Florida Institute of Cer-
_ under way in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal is the Hotel Division shown at a
jn meeting in the Sans Souci hotel. Top representatives of the giant industry met with
.airman Sam J. Heunan (extreme right) and hotel division chairman Morris Lansburqh
'-;man' to set up a streamlined campaign committee and plan future functions Shown
_ are (front, center) Jack Muravchick, Joseph Rose, Joseph Gardner, Gene Hoqan
jamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Federation. Arthur Adler, Lansburgh and
Lansburgh, energetic
otel e\ecutive, has been
chairman of the Com-
kwish Appeal Hotel Divi-
|h;is been announced by
eiman I JA general chair-
unprecedented move to
Hotel Division started ear-
ew chairman immediately
luncheon meeting of 40
g hotel men here. The
convene on Wednesday
. 15. at the Sans Souci
| a w. rous effort to "get
on the campaign and
[for quick action.
it hotel industry is
Mre of its community re-
sponsibilties and our group in-
tends to get rolling as soon as pos-
sible," said Lansburgh
It is expected that a quota ap-
proaching $200,000 will be gel for
the Division in 1955.
The bustling. 37-year-old chair-
man whose holdings produce an
annual.sales revenue of several mil-
lions is confident that the Hotel
Division will set the pace in the
1955 campaign. He predicts a
strong showing "in view of the
extraordinary hotel season which
seems imminent."
The Hotel Division was respon-
sible for raising a little over 11 per-
cent of la.st year's campaign funds,
Lansburgh stated, and he expects
SrlmllV
s Dinner
bhn. former legal advisor
Date Permanent Sub-Com-
Inve.fixations, and Rab-
nin Schultz, leader of a
organized called "Amer-
Bh Committee to Combat
Ism" spoke to 400 persons
Jer U-! Thursday night.
aster- were Thomas An-
liarm attorney and Mrs.
Dn
Sing the gathering, Rabbi
alli'l upon Americans to
grass roots" movement
pac> He said that com-
n& thi reatesl menace
I S today and that
e profe ison, edi-
torial writers and certain Senators
are collaborating to ignore this
threat."
Rabbi Schultz declared that Wis-
consin Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy,
whose Senate condemnation was
announced dramatically from a
teletype dispatch at the dinner,
"could lead the American people
back on the right path."
Cohn, in his address, also lauded
McCarthy and attacked former
Democratic administrations for
"coddling communists in high
places He declared that the FBI,
contrary to popular thought was
"not properly equipped to handle
communist Investigations."
Among guests honored by the
Freedom club, sponsors of the af-
fair, wire Rap, Gordon Scherer,
who was in Miami as member ol
the House In American Activities
Committee which last week held
inquiries into subversive personal-
ities and organizations here. Judge
Vincent C. Giblin and WGBS com-
mentator Alan Courtney.
Monticello Junior Teens
Schedule Sunday Dance
Monticello Park Congregation
junior teens will have a "Get-Ac-
quainted" dance on Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 12. at 7:30 p.m.
The affair will be held at the
congregation building, NE 164th
st. and 11th ave.
Boys and girls between the ages
of 13 and 14 are eligible to join
the junior teens. In charge ol In-
formation is Mrs. Max I.cvnie, ol
1172 NE 160th ter.. North Miami
Beach.
that, with the increased needs of
local welfare institutions and the
additional aid required in Israel,
this year's quota will be upped to
13 percent.
Lansburgh is owner-operator,
with Dan Lifter and Dr. Robert
Levy, of more than 900 Miami
Beach ocean-front hotel rooms, a ;
total of five hotels, in addition to
which he holds a nine-year lease
on the Hotel Jaragua, located in
Ciudad Trujillo, in the Dominican
Republic. His Beach hotels are the
Sans Souci, Sherry Krontenac. Ver-
sailles, Robert Richter and Vender-
bilt.
Following an apparent trend set
by Louis Wolfson, Glen McArthy
and other members of a forceful
breed of young industrialists, Lans-
burgh is one of the youngest ex-
ecutives in the world's most hotly
contested field. He was born in
1917 in Baltimore of a family of
moderate means.
In 1939, Lansburgh came to Mi-
ami Beach to look over the hotel
business. He had never considered
entering the booming new indus-
try, but he had been consistently
hearing reports of its growth. Im-
pressed, Lansburgh returned to
Baltimore, retired from the liquor
business and returned here.
In 1940, Lansburgh put together
Miami Beach's first package tour.
In 1945, now teamed with a vet-
eran Atlantic City hotel owner -op-
erator. Lifter, he bought the 200
room Vanderbilt hotel. In 1949, at
the age of .'!2. he leased out the
Vanderbilt and retired "with
what I considered enough money
to live the remainder of m> lite
in relative comfort'' to tour Eur-
ope until 1950.
Then, in 1953. Lansburgh. with
his partners, bought the Sans Souci,
built in 1950 for four and one-half
million dollars.
The busy executive points out'
that every businessman in the
Greater Miami community owes a
responsibility to the many health
and welfare institutions supported
through the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
"These services touch the lives
of each and every man, woman and
child in this area and deserve the
unqualified support from those
who would see our Jewish life
strengthen and grow."
Bernard Tyttll
tified Public Accountants. Tytell is
active in Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
He recently announced the re-
moval of his offices to larger quar-
ters at Suite 307, of the Roper
bldg. in Miami.
Israel Executive
Is Miami Visitor
Jacob Hilfer, executive vice pres-
ident of the Israel Tourist Service
Corporation, is now in the Greater
Miami area to help stimulate travel
to Israel.
Hilfer. who came from the Jew-
ish State two months ago, attend-
ed the recent World Travel Agents
Convention in San Francisco, and
has since visited Palm Springs,
Chicago and New York before com-
ing here.
Israel Tourist Service is two
years old, the travel executive and
founder of the corporation explain-
ed. An Israeli for the past 23 years,
he is now also seeking to attract
Miami business leaders to take an
active part financially in tourism
in his country.
"Our organization was the first
to open up the road to Israel's
southernmost point, Elath, tor va-
cationers," Hilfer said. "We run
busses and touring cars through-
out the country to points of his-
torical interest."
In addition, the organization's
New York office serves as a cen-
tral point where all American
travel agents can receive informa-
tion on Israel, schedule trips and
arrange itineraries.
Hilfer, who is a guest of David
Levinson at the Algiers hotel,
leaves Miami late this week for
1 Baltimore, Philadelphia and Wash-
ington, where he will also make
contacts with leaders for the stimu-
lation of tourism.
While in the U.S., Hilfer is ar-
ranging the purchase of several 42-
passenger, air conditioned busses
for his company.
George Kronengold, of Kronen-
gold Travel Service, is Miami rep-
resentative of Israel Tourist Serv-
ice and was host to Hilfer during
his stay here.
North Shore Institute
PTA of the North Shore Jewish
Center is sponsoring its annual
Chanuka Institution on Thursday,
Dec. 16, at 8 p.m., in conjunction
with the Men's Club.
Program will include informa-
tion on the meaning and signifi-
cance of Chanuka, as well as the
decoration of the home for the
holiday, preparation of Chanuka
delicacies and the singing of holi-
day songs.
Mrs, Sam Pearlman and Mrs.
Martin Kurzweil. co-chairmen of
the Institute, have arranged a skit
to highlight activities. Assisting
are Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz. lira
Edward Klein a n d Mrs. Nathan
Robinowitz. Mrs. Ben Fabric is
president of the PTA.
Jacob HiHcr
v
Mornin will perform
Concerto No. 4 in
by Ludwig van
*n with the Univer-
(larr.i Symphony Or-
llohn Bitter conduct-
Sunday and Monday
1 al 'he Miami Beach
* County Audito-
Horn Unveiling
The dedication ol a memorial to
the memory of the late Rose G
Rom, formerly ..I 4240 SW 3rd Bt,
Miami, will take place Sunday, Dec
12 2 p m at Star of David Memo-
rial Park, with Rabbi Morris A
sk..p officiating. Mr* Horn i- sur
vived by her husband. Bernard; a
MO, Leonard J, Los Angeles;
daughter, Mrs. Sally Michaels.
Coral Gables; one brother. (OUT sil
hn sad grandchild. Friends and
relatives arc asked to attend.
Zamora Slates Festivities
Tercentenarj month at Zamora
Jewish Center will include a Sis-
terhood consecration service on
Dec id. Chanuka festival on Dec.
ni and the dedication of Catsman
Hall on Dec. 26. according to an
announcement tins week.
Book Review Due
Mr and Mrs. Gcrshon Miller will
review Nathan Ausubel's "Treasury
of Jewish Folklore" at a meeting
of the Greater Miami Chapter,
u/omee's American O.R.T.. on
Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, 8:15
n m in the Empress hotel.
Joseph Waldman (right) and son Sam Waldman (left) of
Wuldman's hotel, formerly Miami Beach's well-known Lord
Tarleton, will mark its formal opening Sunday with a cocktail
party and dinner. Representatives oi the press, radio and
television, along with local and national civic and religious
leaders, will attend the official opening of Miami Beach's new-
est kosher hotel. The reception will be held in the famous
Jolson room, and the dinner will be in the rebuilt and redecor-
ated ocean-view dining room.


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Pioneer Women Plan Chanuka Affairs;
Proceeds Scheduled for Israel Groups
Children and youth of Israel will
,. benefits from Ihe Chanuka
Festival oi Lights" eelebi I i
.,l bj thi Pioi W linen's
irganizations "i Greater Mi in
I mi- month
Mrs Ida Jacobs
( lu!> II. "ill sp a Chanuka
I anquel on Saturdaj evening D
II. 6 p m.. ;ii the Royal Hun
Restaur; Mrs Jacobs h is pledg-
,- all expei ses ol this ban-
quet at which 200 pi n ins
cted
it m e< ds ill he used foi
md furnishing Kanot, a
[or youth ..i tl
I Israel Negi \ Mrs Mania
Shubow ili i toastmasti r Ye-
hudi Elberg author and New Yi rk
will be
; rincipal speaker Mr Ah
ntor ili hi assisted
e piano bj Joseph Schreib-
ol Temple Emanu I
II will also i.....t [or a mu
evi ning wl
Mm'/" s is sp nespth
tion on Monda) I
Dec J" fi r "I- h.']d l:',' '.',
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Rah M
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.i |.-i panii
; Vnyuta Mi
I Pu-.nl
eel V. imi I will
'
Mr* Pearl K:

. Ti
FRIDAY,
DKEMBU,
Dr. Silverstein to Speak
At Beth David Institute
i'
pre ented
Mi David on Tuesdaj I
.,, k ,, m with D B rui h Silver
-i, in .,- featured speaki r
Dr. Silverstein I
i i \ -, earned thi Doctor ol
i jmbia
luati "I the
Jewish Theological Seminarj He
i, ,, member ol the board ol the
National Hcademj for Adult J< w
ol i nited Synagogue ->l
Ann i
I,,- n will discuss
i nknown Sanctuarj
three khm, William.
idi daugh
Dobbl Mr Wli
. meml ar ol l
iu th El \m..;. [em i
in ( bar trf Palmer** Miami Honu
l Con pan) Ft lends and rela
jivi are asked t" attend.
P.B I
Winston Unveiling
The dedication <>f a monumenl
i. the memory of the late Sarah
Winston, formerly of 1511 Miller
pi Coral GaMea, will take place
Dec 12, f
^"'iWl,l.'t.
With Uabl
" M Win*,
iband, \\
\l
and two sister, \u\
'""' Mr. Katie S3
' charge tf
attend f
Mrs. Ma iocobs
[or the Israt i
Mr- i Pt*s'
i,, has con pleted plans
Club 1 ol Pio
y
I. 8 p.m.. in K'
lion. The mosl
...
Pi
.

childn I Israi I bj K
" i nds at
nd eve
c heduled I i be hi Id
....... week "t
ka at the home "t nine Ka-
dm h membei Mrs I eo i
linatini chairman for
elebratim the pa*l
: in chai
Markovitz Unveiling
The dedication "l monumi nt
memory ol the late Sophie
Markovitz, formerly "f 2020 s\v
16th ave will take place Sunday,
Dec 12, 4 p "i at Mt Nebo Ceme-
lery, with Rabbi Abraham Herson
Mrs MarkoviU i- ur
\ ved t>> two daughters, Mrs Sadie
nd \ii la ck Goldstein;
I ula MarkoviU, ol Daytona
i two sisters, Sallle Ar
Gussie Hirsch Arrange-
ments are in charge ol Palmer's
Miami M o n u m e n t Company
ked to
d
Miami Wholesale Corporation
120-6 N.E. 9th Street p^
We Carry a Complete line of linens for
HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES
Cannon Sheets Blankets Towels Bed rJ
Pillow Cases Spreads Dish ToweU
Plastic Goods, etc.
Fully Air Conditioned Ample
Solomon Unveiling
ol a monument to
ill : t the late Harrj Solo
, take place on Sund
Dec 12 2 30 p m at Mount Ni bo
Cemeti i)
irhprp
first i
COUNT*
HIGHEST IN RESERVES
Bridge Tourney Due
('lul' ol [si a' I ill
point '
iment on Tui sdaj. Dei 11
will begin at H p m in Kap-
II.,11 Winning plaj rs .11 be
. i was given
two women at the luncheon meet
ater Miami I <
ol i ineer Worn, n's Organizations
Nov 30 at Betty's restaurant. Mrs
Ethel shore, cultural chairman ol
the Golda Myerson Club, was pre-
1 ;, silver plaque in honor ol
hi r 29 years "of dedicated and 'd<
Widlansky Unveiling
The di dication of a monument
in the memor) ol Ihe late Samuel
Widlansky, formerly "f 2121 stt
14th ter., will take place en Sun-
Di i 12, 12 noon at Mt Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi S T Swirsky officiating Mr
Widlansk) i- survived h\ hi* wife
Miami Beach Federal
'. O \ AND IOAN ftStOCI.IION
NOSIM SHOSl HUNCH MAIN OIHCI SOUlHSKMn
rid o PIUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSSIBLE 0UI 3\
led master points and other vted service" to the Pioneer Worn
ccording to tournament Hi- en-s organization
i ctor Jerry Frei h
Rabbi Kronish in Talk
Rabbi Leon Kronish nill adi
the Zionist Luncheon Club on Wed
I )< c IS according to an
i ouncemi nt bj I'hil Salmon, i
ti i ol nn monies of tin- club
Rabbi Kronish is spiritual li adei
Temple Beth Sholom
Sponsored by the Miami Bi a< h
ael Zionist D trie! the lunch
eon club meet- ever) Wednesday
n at ihe Raleigh hotel
Mr- Lena Mintzes, Bonds ol Is-
rael chairman for Club II, was also
honored upon receipt ol the report
that S8.800 m bonds were sold
through her committee
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
trot*) Jewish Trade
Joe Soler
IMPORTER Of AUICATOK GOODS
ani
SOUTH UUMCAH SOUVENIRS
215 Lincoln Road
2201 Collins Avenue
PHONES 5 4330 - - 58 3579
Look for the 2-Sto'u White
Building
Thurmond Monument Co.
MARKERS $40.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGE8
Oe*M Sunday! Phono 13-0249
-
THE W0RU>S *051 ^^
/ BLUE and WHITE
It r a n d
BRAND
ppvanpl
C. "PUMP" LEVERETT
To our many friends and customers, we wish to announce
C. "Pump" Leverert is back in business after two years ol
fishing and relaxation, to serve them in any. and all their
Pumping Equipment and Well Drilling.
C "Pump" LEVERETT
GOULDS PUMPS WELL DRILLING
CALL NOW 64-9733
2750 N.W. No. River Dr. Miami 42. Florida
FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI'S MOST BtAUTIfUl JEWISH fUNWAL HOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414
2917 W. FIAGUR STREET, MIAMI MITCHELL JACOBY, Mfr.
Beef, all Beef, choice Beef!
You just don't know how good a frankfurter can be until JO*
these plump and juicy fSMll bcautie*. Enjoy the roatchi
of western corn-fed beef superbly blended with subtle
Demand I sit Ml KOSHER ... and get what yt
The Very Finest
FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF SALAMI BOLOGNA
N
Vjd
Under Ihp sajM-rvisuin of R.bbi Joseph F. Rackovsky and the Greater Ml*""1
ISRAEL NATIONAL KOSHER SAUSAGE CO-
230 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
Phones 3-072M"


DECEMBERiyil^
^hUkrMi&L
m Schultz-Freedoin Club Kids
PAGE 11 A
L^l from ?9 4A jerything that is liberal as being
* r 4 .1 synonymous with communism Us
st March 20 and listed re|ation the pro.McCarthy
ommen.lations of tne or-, (jon movement ..Ten Mimon Amer
puticuiar emi P icans Mobilize for Justice," is mani-
panage ol the HricKir, fos( TMA tttributaa th,. ro ,
nt, wlmh was opposed lartivi(|(,s f lhQ Watkins censure
C, Eisenhower and do-: cnmmiPP t0 the insidjous jnf|u
th'' s "nKrrS^"f ,pncc of communists who. "though
* ('';,,T'"TaA,nencan wil,,nB 'W0W Mld blin" b"< "no-
funii. for n Amencan C(,n, (|up(.s ;i|r(ia(|y f__ V1(.fmm(,(|
,t home or abroad, cnar- C(.r,;iln merri,.r, ,|f ,h ,_:,,
, "such Items a. any S(;1.K Spna(i...
of funds wh.ch would (akps UBd .
t to any nation Robert R. McComlck's "For Amer
America and an au-oin ica- m(1V(.mcn(_ rerriinis<-.-nt f ,,
r-
the
m i efforts ne.ng ;il)()rtjv(1 Mmtpl by fornVsen
h(. national level la re- ,,,.,., R ,.vn|,lK jn ,,)45 u< ,
h-' ''' '*ed N;'" Isolationists, nationalists, alien-
i strengthen its baitws. righUst political dissidents
(on and thorough-going hatemoi
doi ib and particu-1 into a so-called "Nationalist Party."
I | i.ce'dom. the The lone of the "Ten Million Amer-
Jctox i.l also recom- leans." lauded by Conn and SchultZ
Atlanta that the organ- in Miami last Thursday, is get by
,.* up and maintain a such people as TMA vice chairman
li, individuals of u Gen. Pedro A del Valle (ret.),
Mrs Grace H. Brosseau and John
B. Trevor.
LEGAL NOTICE
Slati who are dedicat-
ul constitutional
i his file to be
Gen. del Valle was a director of
th extreme care. The thp National Economic Council in
such recommendation 1950_ Hp ,, als0 the author nf m
attack against (Jen. George C. Mar-
shall, printed in the hate sheet.
"Common Sense." This group, dom-
inated by Merwin K. Hart, is a de-
vout enemy of loyal American la-
Club record includes bo,. groups and dpccnt ,abo|. ,.
cks against the Unit-, ,ation attacks ,he Uni,ed Nations
demands upon our gov- in vitriolic terms, calls to the point
pus in the extreme and
subversion of its own
[type But this kind of
i is unfortunately under-
light of the fact that
latl.uk
halt its support of the
organization in any
lleadin^ role it took here
edom I-ibrary, contam-
from the anti-Semite
| Merwin K. Hart's "Eco-
sletter and from racist
rod
of civil uprising for states' rights
and denounces fair employment
. practices. An example of Hart's
r a year ago in the. philosophy is embodied in this
textbook controversy quote from ,he -Ec^^ Council
censorshop of the book Letter" of January 15. 1948: "We
have one concrete suggestion to
make to every citizen who is im-
pressed by the potential danger.
Let him possess himself of one or
more guns, making sure that they
are in good condition, that he and
other members of his family know
HO some time ago held how to use them, and that he has
in Miami, subsequently' a reasonable supply of ammuni-
ams to leaders here. re-|tion." (Rabbi Schultz, appearing on
it they make contribu- a local commentator's WGBS mid-
night show here, could not muster
his energies to repress a telephone
caller from voicing similar senti-
ments on a hi phonic system.)
The House Select Lobbying Ac-
tivities Committee, in its 1950 re-
port, said: "One of the National
Economic Council's techniques, for
Sum ot $100 to $1,000 to
subscription quota for
Ins club then, its affili-
ations and, whether by
otherwise, its racist
i is the hub of all nega-
ng locally. It also con-
barges everyone and ev-
wmplc 1, to disparage those who
oppose its objectives by appeals to
religtous prejudice." In 1951, the
American Commission of the Amer-
ican Legion, certainly a loyal or-
ganization, had quoted into the
Congressional Record its Depart-
ment of Illinois observation: "Last
year in our report, we presented
Merwin K, Mart, of the National
Economic Council, as a hate propa-
gandist. Harts group has been de-
nounced earlier by 'America.' na-
tionally known periodical, In the
.....owto* fashion: 'Those who rea-
son In the manner of the National
Economic Council are, whether
tnej know it or not, selling out to
ommunisi Part).' "
GRACE BROSSEAU, another of
IMA s founders, will be remember-
ed lor her isolationist activity dur-
ing pre-Pearl Harbor days, she
was actively identified with Allen
Zoll's organization, American Pa-
triots, in.-. since listed by the r s
Attorney General as "Fascist."
John B, Trevor is president emeu
tiis of the American Coalition of
Patriotic Societies, related to the
original mass sedition conspiracy
indictment handed down by a
Washington Federal Grand Jury.
There are other names of men
and women, listed among members
of the sponsoring committee of
"Ten Million Americans." that I
have in my possession and whose
activities would be subject to in-
quiry if our government ever gets
down to recognizing the subversion
of hate and racist organizations as
sharply as it has recognized the
! contemptible infiltration by com-
munists into our nation. But those
whom I have mentioned here, it
seems to me. are enough to deline-
ate the nature of the organization
j which sponsored the Roy Cohn-
I Rabbi Benjamin Schultz dinner in
Miami Thursday evening.
We look upon communist inva-
: sion of the vital centers of our
j world with revulsion and concern,
I but we play with fire when we
: emphasize our loyalty and our in-
; tegrity by identification with de-
: mented and downright Fascist
groups and personalities whose
Americanism is a type of sedition
as vicious as the Sovietism which
we hopefully seek and pray to ex-
cise from our midst.
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
TV, Fl
25700
DADE COUMTY, FLORIDA
No. 2
RE: ESTATE ()!
*.T.Vi0S? MASS' Deceased
i=!.OF ,NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N"TirK | hereby Kiv,.n ,hat n.m.
rued nu final report and neiuii.n tor
final Discharge as Executrix of the
Maw pf ANTHONY massa. decei
"I. ..ml that ,, ,|. Ifl ;i) .hlmmr,
-"l. w."L.|,"ly '" ">' Honorable
w I i.i.am'iix, County Judge of
2? ounty, Florida, for approval of
nun rinal report and for final dls-
'i v',m,. ;'.S.-KV.''"'"-X "f lh" Estate ol
ANTHON) massa. deceased.
i his :iaih day of November, 1!>.".4
Mv.-o ;\IAI("': "AHHA, Executrix
MYRRH. HKIMAN A- KAl'I.A.S
eye ror Bkecuti i\
S..0 Heybold li|(lK
12 lo-i; M-Si
Miami, i'! i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i...... NAME LAW
NOTIi B lh HKRKBY HIVK.N
ine mi.i.-rsiiii,,.,!. deal,
' /"'riv';'';1;:,' ia """"
.INI-IK. PI.AHTRM C-0
N 81 h v Opa
raid name
^vim^kV'^T:,?11^^"1'" '
f"i Murnt) Rubin
Miami, Florida
1NtJHm 5'RCUIT COURT OF THE
crTcHr,J>iDJCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
rS^P-A^:CHC0UNTY FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. n0 174007
I.II.I.iax SCHRR m.l.KN. plaintiff
VB.
JOHN M OLDEN. Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I" JOHN M. OLDKN
29S0 Mi, Street, N.W
Washlnfton, D.C
v"l' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .. 1: 11 .,f Complaint for Divorce
LEGAL NOTICE
hag been
ai herel
,,f yo
plaint
lh.- original
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
iiefurr th.' 1 nth day nf Januari
filed Bfjalhel you,
sb) required to eervi
Anawer to the Mill
Plalntlffa attorney,
Answer in th-
and
a copy
of Com-
and file
office of
on or
. IMS;
otherwise, rite anecatlom of said Bill
of complaint ili i- taken an confess-
ed axalnst you.
Dated this 7th dav of Dcrembei-.
19.'. 4.
E n LEATHBRMAM,
Ckrk of Cln-uit Court
Byi it. II. kick. .IK.,
(Seal) l>pputy Clerk
UEOROE .1. TAUANOPF, E8Q,
Attorney for I'lalntlif
4L'o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; Kia.
l^ I0-17-J4-J1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 174747
HELEN MARIE KOSK, Plaintiff.
VH.
ROBERT Mi:i.\'IN KOSK, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: ROIIEKT MKI.VIN ROSE,
i Veterans Hospital,
risraonnel I te&artntent,
Pao Alto, California.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Itlll of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Anw.r or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
B. BLAIR ROK8, K'07 Mis.ayne Bids .
Miami. Florida, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
oull Court on or before the 7th da) of
January, 1965, or a decree pro con-
will be ntered affalnst you.
i'ai. 1954.
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
t 'lei k Of the I *lrCUlt '"HI t
By M. c. OREEN,
tSEAL) Deput) Cleik
H in. Ml: ROBS
Attorney for Plaintiff
, I .. lie I lldg.
Miami, Klorldu
12 10-17-24-31
| Honor Students
' Center
ement was made last
hi' admission of the fol-
por student* to the con-
bias, ol 1055 at the Coral
|fish Center:
elman, Klinor Sockloff,
|tagiT. Jackie Kamp, Wil-
ier. .1 o n Haskin, Judi
[Els, Levick, Jackie Pad-
aei Miller.
dents meet with Rabbi
bp each Wednesday and
Kiel Belov on Saturdays
instruction in Bible,
ptory. customs and cere-
Jewish ethics.
Introduced
ght new members were
at a meeting of Flag-
Jewish Community
eek. The meeting al-
1 an exhibit of tropical
[and a film on the Ter-
HOME SERVICE
IU to your home ara tha
mort economical way
'ODD TERMITES
[RADICATED
TENT METHOD
j 5_V.Jr Guarsntee on
P &"hterrjnan Termites
'-YN0LEN
T? tlltlMimiBltS
" Bitcayne Blvd.
826441
|CH 1742 Alton Road
5-3444
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174844
ANNETTE WALLMAN, Plaintiff,
ANNIE M c'I'K'I'ISS. if stive, and
Cl'RTIKH, her husband,
If alive. ,1 al*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ANNIE M CL'RTIS, II alive and
CI'RTISH, her husband.
If alive ADDRESS 1'NKNOWN
All unknown H|M>uses, hens, de-
v kiees, lesati granti -. trus-
t,I, ni es, III noi a, sm pcs-
-i,i s. in Intel.-st. creditors, "t >ti-
,-i claimants, clalmlna by,
throush, under oi sa tlni I bjj "f
the above and foreaolna defend-
ants, or either ol them or otlur-
i.-e. All unknown lutrtlea having
or clalmlna i" have any right.
title or Interest In and to the
property Involved In this sull
rOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .. suit has been filed sgalnai you
in the above styled court i" yi n-.i
Tin: TITLE to the following aeacrlb-
ad property, to trlt: ... ...
I>,t>. s and I Block S Of 1 LELAH
aocordini to the plat thereof, i.--
rorded in llat Boob 1". PMJ U,
of the I'uhllr Rwords of L>il'le
1'iiuntv. Kloriila.
and vou are hrreliy reqtilrftl to serve
a copy of vnur anawer <>r other plead-
lugs on the Plaintiff*! Attorney, Jt-
HEPH I'AUIti. mi s.vl,.,l,l Pldg. Mi-
ami. Ha. and file the original in he
offl.e of the Clerk of the Circuit i ourt
on or hef..... the 10 daj of Januarj,
l.-,:, otherwise lh. ill. callous oi HBId
hill of romntalnt will be takes as con-
fesMed by vou
DATED at Miami. Hale ''''"'
I-:.. this .lav of !>e C i: I.KiTHKIIJU'v.
Clerk of i'Ii.hiI Court
l!v M tIREEN,
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY IIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name *.f
TRAIL RIV1 MART si S5J5- 17 8 W
sih St., .Miami. Intend to register said
ni. the i l. I, of the i 'Ircuit
Court dI l lade Coui ty, Florida.
A I. HI (BEL
MiiNa l; SOBEL
1-81__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name if
JAMES '>, i" and I'l' UTQRE8. al
1200-12041 N'.M Srd Ave., Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend* to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade county. Florida.
EDWARD M KM I.Kit
BERNARD HCTNER
Attorne) foi Applicant
12 |"-17-:'I-:!1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33927-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID MEYER, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or I ?mantis Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of VOU, are herehy
notified and rnnuired to pretent any
claims and demands which you, or
althei of vou. may Iihvc against the
estat. of DAVID MEYER, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, Co the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of .the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to'contal nthe legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
U ill he haired.
Date December S, A.D. IN4.
DAVID ItlKAS.
As Executor of the |jst Will
and Testament of
DAVID MEYER. Deceased.
UEOROE CHERTKOP
Attorney for Executor
12 n-17-L'l-::i
II in uit COUrl Seal I
12 10-17 24-11
Beput) Clerk
NOTICE UNDE.R FICTITIOUS
son ,s^nmw.-..vEN
,l'""1' IM'K I.VN'NK
MAX kl'TIH'.EI.D
Bl RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
IN Lincoln ltd
|] in-iT-:'l-::i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslgaed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
Si i \ NT AC'S FLAMINUO KiiSHKII
RESTAURANT AND CATERERS.
and FLAMINGO RESTAURANT, at
74] Washington Ave. intends to reg-
later said name with the ci.ik of the
Circuit I'oinl of Dade County. Mortda.
MtTlMi:. INC Sole Owner*
MALVIN BNULANDER
Attorney for Applicants
::il Lincoln Rd
12 10-17-24-11_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEUEnr OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage in
bualness under the "ottl11u,Sfm,?RK
COAST KAMI' AND Fl RNITI III-
\,i->; ,'n at 170 N K Mth St Miami.
Intend! to register mld name wlththe
Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of Dad*
Coun,y' Wis EISENBERO, Owner
CLIFFORD PERLMvn
attorney for Applicant
Bg| \ t.lo.t t AV
i! M II ;-"'-|T ^^_^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NliTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslgi...... dealrlna ."engage
business under the Octltloui
HACKSTAOE LOl'NOE, al
Street. Mlam
intend
name of
l.'.O S i:
to register
^Ll^am^vjnithe.^rKi.lhe-i,.
W .1. ROD ViilMi
K ESS I.EH 'iARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17>_. W llagler St
11 : ll/l-W-II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33640
In !(: ESTATE < K
HENRY SCHECHTER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
Vou. and ea.h of v..u are herehj
notified and iequlred to !" ml any
claims ami demands which vow. or
eithei vou. ma) have against the
estate of HENRY SCHECHTER, de-
, hki ,i late of l Nide I "ountj. I- loi Ida,
i,, th,. Honorable Count} Judges of
Dade County, and file the Ham* In
their offices in the County Courthouse
m Dade County, l-loii,la. within elghl
calendar month- from the date ..r the
fiist publication hereol Said claims
, demands i......ntaln the legal .,.i-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
t.. ami presented as aforesaid, or same
will he haired See Section 7:'.:!.16 of
the 194'. Probate Ai t
Data December T. A D. ll'',4.
Kl'ItT WELLISCH
KHTELLE as Co-Administrators of the
Estate of
HENRY BCHECHTBR,
11.. eased
SEYMOUR I. SIMON
KICHAKD t Mt'ROPF
Attorneys for Administrators
12/10-17-24-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30486
In l:. : ESTATE I IF
MAI'I IK s liCROER, I '. ssed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redltors and All Pi rsons I f -
Ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Vou. and each of you are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims either of vou. may have against the
.state of mai'di; s BCRUER, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hojiorable County Judges of
Dude County, and file the same in
their offices In the County Courthouse
In D.ide County. Florida, within ei^ht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be haired. See Section 7::3.16 of the
I94S I'roliate Act.
Date NovemlH-r 17, A.D. 1154.
/ THEI..MA M BURNS
As Executrix of the I*ast Will
and Testament of
MAUDE 8. BURGER
Deceased.
BETMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Attorney for Executrix
H/1'6 12/3-10-17_____________________
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO A I.I. TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas.
CHARLES WEINBERO,
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
MITCHEL P. MILLER.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
STANLEY B. RICHARD.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
did on the 4th day of December, A.D.
IMS, cause to 1m- incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter BOB, Florida
Statutes. OARDNER FARE. INC.. a
corporation, with Its principal place
of business at Miami. Dade County,
in the State of Florida, and whereas
the stockholders of such corporation
did on the First day of December.
A.D. ISM. cause to be filed In the of-
fk-e of the Secretary of State of the
State of hlorlda. a Consent of all the
slock holders under the provisions of
salil Chapter 6(x. Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of MICB cor-
poral ion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does heiehv certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
h.oe hereunto set my hand
and have affixed the i licit
S...I of the state of I lorlda. at
Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the First dav of December,
A 11 I9S4.
R. A ORAY,
Secretary ot state.
ISEAL)
12 10 M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 33804-B
In R ESTATE OF
ISA DORK I FREEMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claim.- or Dein&nila Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of yo,,. ari herebj
notified ami required to present ans
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. mav hnve against the
. state of I8ADORE FREEMAN, de-
ceased late of Dad.- County, Florida,
to the Honorable Counts Judges ol
Dade County, and file the same In
their off Ices In the Countj Courthouse
In Daile County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
mi demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and 10 be svvoin
to ami presented as aforesaid, .a same
will he haired
| i,,tc Nov. inher t. A I I l*>l
/s/ LEWIS .1 FREEMAN and
/s/ SYLVIA A OREENE
As Executors of the Last Will
and Testament of
ISADORE J. FREEMAN,
Deceased
ARONOVITZ, ARONOVIT*
ft CA1D1N
Attorneys for Bat, Of lsadore J.
Freeman
I2/lt-li-24-Jl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34150-A
In lie: ESTATE OF
J FLU'S B. KAIIAN. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate;
You. and each of you, are herel.y
n..tiii.ii ami required to present any
cialmt and demands which vou, or
either of vou. may have against lh
estate of JULIUB B. KAHAN. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Horlda,
to the Honorable County judges of
Bade County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of th.>
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Dal. December 6, A.D. 19",4.
As Executrix of the laist Will
and Testament of
JULIUS B. KAHAN,
I i .cased.
Ill WIN E. KliTT, Of
MYERS. IIKIM \N KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
12 10-17-24-11
--------------1-------------------i----------------------------------
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31887-B
RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM Si'HKRKR. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herehy given that I have
filed mj final report and petition foi-
l-iii.,1 Discharge .1- Executoi ol the
estate of wii.liam SCHERER, rt< -
.cased, ami that on the loth dav of
January, 1958, 1 will apply to th< Hon-
orable FRANK H DOwLING. County
Judge of Dad.- County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executoi of tho
I'.sta.....f WILLIAM SCHERER, de-
ceased
This Mth dav of November. l..l.
/s/ FRED SCHBRER, Executoi,
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executor
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1954
SECTION B
)l. Arvey to be Speaker at
\Aged Home Dedication Dec, 19
Kiirman, president, and
h,. Hirsch Meyer, dedication
Irman, announced this week
Jacob M. Arvey will de-
,e main address at dedica-
monies for the new Ablin
,1 unit of the Jewish Home
Aged on Sunday, Dec. 19.
at Douglas Gardens, 150
-i
rve> was recently honored
r by 2,000 Chicagoans at
ti notable figures as Adlai
Stevenson, Senator Estes Kefauver : Welfare Planning
and Governor G. Mennen Williams,'
of Michigan, paid tribute to his
"outstanding leadership in, human-
.iii-wii.-MNi. ,-k ilium end i\eiauver
and Governor G Mennen Williams. I Stanley C. Myers."president of the
of Michigan, paid tribute to his'Greater Miami Jewish Federation
"iilllil 'kp/linil Inn Jma..Ula .__ 1_______ I *11 r-
, will deliver greetings. Harold B,
itarian and civic causes." Arvey Spaet, vice mayor of Miami Beach
and the late Jack Ablin, for whom and honorary
the new building is named, were Home, will
close friends since their
days in Chicago.
In addition to Arvey, Mayors Abe
president of the
preside at the cere
boyhood monies.
Also, S. I. Bernbaum. chairman
of the building committee, will re
-------------------------------" #......"- "i mc '".......it inininnii"'. will re-
Aronovitz and Harold Shapiro. Dr. j port on "A Milestone in Community
Walter 0. Walker, chairman of
the Senior Citizens Division of the
Is. Sirkin Named Center
isident in Ceremony Here
Milton Sirkin was installed
Int of the Greater Miami
Tcommunity Center at the
I annual meeting of'GMJCC
Ida) evening in the Town
01 ncers wno assumed
Kere A. Budd Cutler, William
ler, Sidney Stiller, Fred
\\ and Bernard Weksler, vice
Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
er, and Leon Epstein, secre-
contribution of the Jewish
nity Center movement to
of America has been a
Jdously significant one dur-
) past 100 years," stated Alan
heimer, guest speaker and
Sent national leader of the
Welfare Board, at the an-
neeting.
eimer. who is a Chicago at-
pa-t president of the Chi-
lewi.sh Centers Association,
president of the Midwest
i JWB and national secretary
traced the history of the
American Jewry, indicating
e American Jewish Tercen-
motto "Man's Opportuni-
sm! responsibilities Under
bni had a special signifi-
j Jewish contributions
life of America, especially by
Jewish Community Center
lent
er pointed out that
lican Jewry has demonstrat-
ive world that positive de-
fy ami Judaism are one and
ne as practiced in American
life and epecially in the
|aj tivities of the Jewish
unity (enter.
(Jew l-h Community Center,"
Building." Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will deliver the invocation, and
Rabbi Leon Kronish, the benedic-
tion. Donald Owen Ablin, son of,
the late Mr. Ablin and Mrs. Ablin,
M. J. Kopelowitz, board chairman,
and Rabbi Lehrman will participate
in the ribbon-cutting ceremony
which officially opens the build-
he said, "was born and nurtured '...,
in the soil of America basing its Wl,h,n the nxt fe,w months- ,he
very existence upon serving aU j Home s leadership plans to initiate
members of the family in their lei. I a day-care program. Those on the
sure time pursuits. This has meant Ho s wlt,n,u* and others ,hus
improvement and understanding by wl" ^ a"orded he opportunity to
the individual and the Jewish fam- *nend ,he en,lre .day at Doulas
Gardens, participating in such ac-
tivities as occupational therapy.
ily of their full cultural, social pos-
sibilities in the Center. In setting
its high standards as part of the art* and crafts- dramatics. English
American community, and in the
true spirit of democracy, the Jew-
ish Community Center has demon-
strated that bigotry and infringe-
ment of human rights must be
opposed.
"In this way, in teen age youth
councils, in the open forums in the
Jewish Community Center move-
ment, actual democracy on a day
to day level is practiced by the
participants in such organizations
as the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center."
and citizenship classes, choral sing-
ing, and newspaper editing and re-
porting and then returning to their
homes In the evening.
Also projected is a branch of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau shel-
tered workshop at which residents
of the Home would perform light
work commensurate with their
physical capacities and receive pay
for their work.
Preliminary requirements for ad-
mission to the Home are that the
applicant must be at least 65 years
Other highlights of the program,old and a permanent resident of
included special recognition given Dade County for at least 18 months
to Stanley C. Myers, outgoing pres- immediately preceding the appli-
ident of GMJCC. "for his devoted cation. Approval or rejection of an
effort and sincere understanding
and unusual leadership in develop-
ing GMJCC." Carl Weinkle. honor-
ary president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, presented a
watch to Myers in behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center board of directors.
In addition, Myers extended
applicant is based on decisions of
the admissions committee.
This is Ihe keynote that will dominate the United Jewish Ap-
peal's national conference as more than 1,000 delegates meet
this weekend at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City.
Miami Delegates Prepare
For National UJA Meeting
The amount of aid which Ameri- Jewish Federation at the confer-
can Jews will be called on to make ence will be Sam J. Heiman, chair-
available to the United Jewish Ap- man of the 1955 Combined Jewish
peal in 1955 for the settlement and Appeal, Federation executive di-
development of Israel, the welfare i rector Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen-
and rehabilitation of distressed j berg, I. L. Mintzer, Charles Frucht-
Jews in Europe and Moslem lands man, Aaron M. Kanner, Harry Sir-
and refugee adjustment in the | kin. Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam A.
United States will be analyzed and
fixed by more than 1,000 delegates
representing communities through-
out the 48 states at their annual na-
tional conference of the UJA on
December 10 through 12 in the
Waldorf Astoria hotel.
The three-day annual meeting
will hear a report from the UJA
study mission comprised of 35
members. One of these was Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El.
Representing the Greater Miami
Eugene Lstomin will be guest
soloist with the University of Mi-
" .........7 lami Svmphony Orchestra on Sun-
greetings in behalf of Federation | ^ ^ Mon(Jay evenin(?Si Dec. 12
and Sam Heiman, newly appointed and 13 at (ne Miami Beach and
chairman of the Combined Jewish Daf|e County Auditoriums
Appeal, congratulated GMJCC on | Dean John Bit,, wd.b^the
its fourth anniversary and ind.cat- P^nwhjch ^^ at 8:30 p.m.
ed that he was "counting upon the j Mf ,stomin wju be heard in a
Eugene lstomin to Perform Beethoven
Concerto With UM Symphony Orchestra
___ *M._a .....1 Avnknetrq in (. Hl.llUl'
Piano and Orchestra in G major,
opus 58, by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The orchestra will also be heard
Goldstein and Sam Weissel.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA exe-
cutive vice chairman, announced
that the country's Jewish commu-
nities will be fully represented as
the conference deliberates on
mounting needs in Israel, North
Africa and other lands.
The three-day conference will
hear from a group of outstanding
figures in American and Israel pub-
lic affairs, among these Levi Esh-
kol. Finance Minister of the State
of Israel; Bruce McDaniel, former
Director of the U.S. Foreign Oper-
ations Mission in Israel; Ambassa-
dor Abba E. Eban of Israel; Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, chairman of the
Jewish Agency, and Edward M.
Warburg, general chairman of the
UJA.
Dr. Schwartz noted that "inter-
est in the United Jewish Appeal as
in^rTto "Ronnie" by it stands on. the .H-hold ofiU
Continued on P9 SB
! reading of Concerto No. 4 for

J of the Jewish Horn, lor the Aged of Greater Miami aMh ^ ^ ,d ^
Wing after an inepection tour of the new building. _be n, o| ,he Women's Aux.l-
H. honorary president; Mr.. Benjamin Ap P^J^ ch^Lrnwtn: Mrs. Sol Silverman, corre-
' Abe Kurman. president; M. I. Kopelowitz. boardjhau ^^ Krie^er recording
secretary and president of the Women sAux.nary ^ ^^ h m
ary. Standing (left to right) are S. I. Bernbaum_ ^g is Arch* Greenberg,
e president*; and Maurice Pearlstein, execuuv. u
*1 secretary.
Franz Schubert, Symphony in D
major by Wolfgang Amadeous Mo-
zart and the Richard Strauss tone
poem, opus 20, "Don Juan."
Mr. Istomin's performance will
be followed by renditions of Pre-
lude to Act III from "Die Meister-
singer" by Richard Wagner and
Wagner's "Ride of the Walkyrie."
Music has been part of Mr. Is-
tomin's life practically since he
was born In fact, the young piano
star actually had his first taste of
"artist's life" when he was two
weeks old. He toured the country-
then in a miniature wooden tub,
while his parents concertized from
New York to Florida.
The 29-year-old pianist entered
public school and started piano
lessons with Siloti's daughter. Ka-
riena. As a little boy he loved both
nil school and his piano practice.
At ten, Mr. lstomin was enrolled
at the Professional Children's
School. His classmates were "most-
ly stage kids," the pianist recalls.
When he accompanied his parents
on tour, the school sent schedules
of work and assignments by mail
When he was home in New York
his school day started at ten in the
morning and was over at two in the
afternoon. This left the boy time to
study piano at the Mannes School
under Ralph Wolfe.
He also studied theory and har-
mony with Constantin Shvedoff.
arranger for the General .Platoff
Don Cossack Chorus, and with
Boris Levenson.
1955 nationwide campaign has been
heightened by the increasingly
acute plight of the close to 500,000
Jews in tension-ridden North Afri-
ca, and growing fears for Israel's
safety."
He stressed that "this mounting
concern for the safety of Jews in
North Africa, and for the safety of
Israel's people, will underlie the
UJA's entire deliberations this
weekend."
He said that he and other offi-
cers of the UJA expect that the
delegates will call for another giant
multi-million dollar campaign "to
strengthen welfare and rescue pro-
grams in behalf of Jews in Tunisia
and Morocco, and to intensify im-
migrant settlement, agricultural
development and economic aid pro-
grams in Israel"
Delegates will hear also from
Moses W. Beckelman. director gen-
eral of the overseas operations of
the Joint Distribution Committee;
Avraham Harman. Israel's Consul
General in New York; and other
figures in American, Israel and
Jewish community affairs.
Henshel to be Honored
NEW YORKCol. Harry D. Hen-
shel, vice president and director of
the Bulova Watch Co., has been
voted the Gold Medal of Merit,
awarded annually by the Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S. to an in
dividual who has rendered distin-
guished service in the furtherance
of democratic ideals.


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1955 CJA Names Sub-Committees
To Review Agency Fund Requests
Meeting of the budget commit
tee of the greater Miami Jewish
Federation was held Monday to re
View budgeting procedures, it has
been announced by committee
chairman Or Morris Goodman
Al-i" dsMBaWd were appoint
ments of special sub-committees
which review requests for alloca-
tion* ot specific agencies and in-
stitution-
Named as .1 sub-committee to
consider requests of service and
cultural institutions and also the
Ji wish Home for the Aged are Mrs
Joseph Puntov. Leon Kll. Morris
Homgbaum. Arnold Seeder Nil
V. inokur and Isidore Simkouiu
The subcommittee to consider
After meetings of the subcom-
mittees have bwa hri 1 and thnr
f.ndm;- Bftld, total
lions are gain reexamined, and
rand total of rer "mnn-nded
amiunt- campaign
B lh- annual 1'nmlunecl .!<
peal.
, Ihaa meetings
are held by the Bmiset Committee
within I -hoit time and re.
from nearls "i" ,rv **
viewed
Miamian Elected
Student President
Her.
stU
dent presidrn* "( 1 Al-
reqneaU of the civic defense agen- pha. honorary d
ihI alas the Greater Miami m tioa in Mem
Jewish (..immunity Center will in phis 1
Initial Gifts
Dinner Due
Initial Gifts Inaugural Dinner of
the Combined Jewish Appeal will
officially launch the 1955 campaign
m Sunday. Jan. 16. at the Fontaine
bleu hotel, it has been announced
Hi*, week by campaign chairman
Sam .' Ileiman.
Unman stated that the Initial
within the next week. Plans for the
hjg dinner are now under way.
and an estimated 800 person* are
expected to attend.
A nationally h^
the 1*1* u -
Bt, religing,
also participate
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-< II. Sam COoUk. Lou Goldman.
Mrs Sam Smior.hoff and Julian
Following are members of a sub-
committee to discuss the Israeli in-
st it at ions and also the Bureau of
Jewish Education Sidney Arono-
vitx. Meyer Baskin. Jack Carner.
forcr a n Irom among
studentl Of 13 l aid univer-
sities throuth.ui; the S>uth and
South1
He is the BOB of Mr and alr~
- Facer IIS! BH 24th ave
Junior in the School of Buine
at the Iniversity tf Florida, he i>
vice president of the Florida De-
Epstein. Mrs Aaron Farr and bjjp Society and. treasurer of Pi
Arthur Shandloff
Final sub-committee which is re-
Lambda Phi. social fraternity
At Memphis, he was a member
-pors.bie for analyzing and study (lf ,he championship debate team
ing requests of national, education- for lh, ^^^ s,ralght year He
was rated top speaker in the entire
a total of 172
points
..I and religious institutions, as well
sift Sinai Hospital .lew, sh Social ,ournamr
Service Bureau, and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women are Mr-
id Ha-- William Breslaw. Paniel
Broad. Pr Pavid Kirsh. Fred K
Shochet and Hfl Sol Silverm-n
Club Everglades Installs
Officers at Dinner
Marvin Bomb. Goodman
has beer, named to Blue Key
M University of Florida.
Son of Mr. end Mrs. S. A.
Goodman 8 MO Haw'horne
ave., M.umi Beach. Marvin
is a maor in Government.
Tifereth Israel Center
Men Name Officers
Hurts UteaRi has been named
president of the Men's Club of Ti
fereth Israel Northside Center
Other officers chosen at a recent
election meeting include Si Abbis.
first vice president: Harry Berxof.
second vice president; Leon Gold-
berg, secretary and Ralph Hollan-
der, treasurer
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Mori- than 300 Jewish nrganiza-
oms, clubs and institutions in
reater Miami are now receiving
I'ommunity Calendar listing
eats of Jewish interest, it was
need this week by Stanley C.
yen, president of the Greater
.mi Jewish Federation
1-sued monthly as a service of
ration the calendar covers a
nonth schedule of events !it
! :he sponsoring organization and
and place of the affair Regis
..lion with Federation of all
ior functions h*s facilitated bet-
plannir._ bj Jewish groups in
area .; > pointed out
Wide scope and variety of the
pe i functions taking
in Great amply
mon>trated in the current
mit the mo:.

from mem
func-
-rd parties
antes, book reviews
Td
ine- a*td pr-
-r*eo are asked to sdked-
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anauj how* feder
attor. a paaatMi to extewd
uV*e groups aod pre-
Myers fTjilid
raieadar are mautd
on or about th first of each aoath
Annual installation dinner and
dance of Club Everglades. Branch |
1050 of the Workmen's Circle, was
< held Sunday evening at Ramon's.
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, was guest speaker Act-
ting as master of ceremonies and
installing officer was Mrs Ruth
Schuldiner
Named to office were Mrs. Eve-
lyn Werner, chairman. Philip Wem-
I er. vice chairman: Albert Graff, fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs Beatrice
Neiman. recording secretary.
The Mesdames Florence Gross-
man corresponding secretary;
Leah Zinner. treasurer, and Rose
Parkes hospitaler
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JGIOUS DIRECTORY ttSr&rSSl
L CONGREGATION Will
EL evening services at
Saturday morning serv-
ra, 8 30 a.m., when Rabbi
Swirsky will officiate
rh on the topic: "A Man is
proves to be in an Emerg-
liochaat 515 p.m. will be
ihya discussion of the Tan-
lior services are at 10 a.m.
Lmy Hall. Kobert, son of
V,. Andrew Mandel, 500
Id will become Bar MiU-
L GABLES JEWISH CEN-
I hold Friday evening serv-
es p.m with Rabbi Mor-
officiating and discussing:
|,e Maccabees t Magnus."
e Shabbal will follow. Sat-
rlll;; servicea are at 9:45
n Stephen, son of Mr. and
Freeman, 4810 Alham-
becomes Bar Mitzvah.
Bmans will be boeta at Kid-
piro will speak on "Why Do We
SuffeT?" Cantor Joseph W Haiek
and the Temple Choir, under the
direction of Rev Mordechai Haal
man, will chant the liturgy, Mr
and Mrs Ben Crovt will sponsor
the Oneg Sabbat, in honor of their
39th wedding anniversary anil then
granddaughter on her Ba> Mitzvah
Sabbath morning service- are at '>
a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on
the Portion of the Law Dail) morn
ing MTViCee are at 9 a.m.
tie,
InTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
I i veiling service- at
n, Saturdaj morning serv-
Idlelitfhting Time
llSLEV 15 5:12 p.m.
T
1 hoir under the direction of Eli
Samuel* Saturday morning serv-
re at 8*5 am when Martin..
son of Mr and Mrs. Hyman Good-
man, will become Bar Mitzvah.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Akiva Thill will
officiate and preach on the topic:
Let'- Pace the Truth." Saturday
[morning tervkei are al 9. Cantor
Aaron Weingarten will render the
musical portion- ol the liturgy.
in Talmud la at 4:30 p.m., to
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE- '''' conducted by Rabbi Chill. Min-
GATION will hold Friday evening ''"' jj s:'5 p.m., followed by Cna-
services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Abraham I.evitan will officiate and
diacusa: "Do We Need Religion "
Saturday morning class in Talmud
will meet at 8 a.m.. followed bj
trvicea at 9 a.m. The Rabbi ser
mon will be: "Jacob Return-
Home." At 4 p.m. Rabin Levitan
will conduct a class in advanced
Biblical studies. Mincha i- at 5:15
p.m., followed by Maanv at 6.
IOS Seudos The Rabbi will di-cn--
1h- Weekly Portion. Daily -ervice-
are at 730 a.m., 8 18 p m. and 5:45
p.m.
I 30 a.m., when Rabbi
Seeker will preach on the
|*The Greatneaa of Little
" Class in Talmud is at 8
5 p in a class in Bible will
Id Mincha and Shalos Seu-
|iip sponsored by Mr. and
seph Swart?.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
j Friday evening service- at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services are
at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will discuss the Weekly Portion
Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily service- are
at 7:30 am. and 5:30 p.m., with
Sunday service- slated for 8 a.m.
* *
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Fridaj
evening services at 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiat-
ing. Reading prayers will be the
Mie- Doris Gold. Myrna Ann
Wester and Toby Van. Harold Sny-
der will open the Ark. Acting as
seating ushers will be David and
Joan Pearlstein. Featured will be
a symposium on "The Book in Jew-
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening servicea at
7:30 p.m. Children of the religious
school will accompany worship-
per- to the service Rabbi Joseph
Narol will officiate and preach on
the topic: "On Doing Things To-
gether."
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 7:30 p.m. Quest Cantor Albert
Glantz, ni iiien ih [grael Northside
Center, will officiate. Oneg Shab-
bath following will be sponsored by
Mr. and Mr.-. Sy Silvernian and Mr.
and Mrs. R. Rubin.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-,
ning services at 5:30 p.m, Saturday j
morning service- are at 9 a.m., with I
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and |
speaking on the topic: "Humility."
Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Isaac S. Smith, pres-
ident, will be boat. Rabbi Ever will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Maariv
concludes the Sabbat li observance.
ISETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
iill hold Friday evening
al 4 4") and 8:30 p.m., with
Jonah apian officiating and
gin. mi ihe topic: "What's in
Saturday morning serv-
at 8:30 a.m. when Cantor
uni Sell will officiate. Maariv
E4S p m.
*
\n DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
lair Frida) evening services
p in Guest Rabbi William
lerg, of Allentown. Pa., will
lie and preach on the topic:
error bul Triumph." Oneg
at following will be sponsor-
|Mi and Mrs. Max Jacobson
Jay morning services are at
Dail) service! are at 7:30
pnd 5 15 p.m.. with Sunday
Es at 8 a m.

A0RA JEWISH CENTER will
Frida) evening services at
i.m, devoted to a special Sis-
?d consecration honoring new
ars Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
|iseu-: -The Role of Modern
n" Mrs Bernhardt Ches-
Sisterhood president, is
uled to talk on: "Judaism
of Life." Other Sisterhood
Irs participating will be the
imes William Locke, Sidney
Sam Altman, Ben Friedman
Arthur Borok. Ushers will be
lesdames Nat Goldy, Harry Co-
nd Milton Chait. Hostesses
include the Mesdames John
^man. Morris Moskowitz, Cy
. Irma Tescher and Sidney
Rev, Rudolph Brill will ren-
|he musical portions of the
m

*TH DADE JEWISH CEN-
Wll hold Friday evening serv-
t 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Hen-
olica officiating and preach-
in: "Jews During the Civil
Cantor Maurice Neu' will
r the musical portions of the
with Lucille Moore con-
thc choir. Oneg Shabbat
ng will be sponsored by Mr.
IMrs Al Epstein in honor of
25th wedding anniversary.
pday morning services are at
with Rabbi OkoHca discuss-
rJacob the Wrestler." Junior
?es are at 11 a.m. Daily serv-
Fre at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.

PMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
I hold late Friday night serv-
l 8:30 p.m. Rabbi David Sha-
ish Life." and participant- are Rah- Daily services are at 8 a.m. and
bi Herson. moderator. Mrs. Adolph 530 p.m.
Rachline. Mrs Irving Zuckerman
Morton Terry Leading the
and Dr
senior and junior congregation- 111
prayer will be Jack Berke Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
with Rabbi Herson discussing:
From Jacob to Israel A New
Name and a New Destiny."
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.111 Guest
speaker will be Murray II Sparer.
spiritual leader Rabbi Malcolm
Sparer'* brother, whose
"Religious School in an
Community."
American
will hold
at 5 and
Lehrman
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Friday evening services
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving
will return to the pulpit and de-
liver the first in a series of lectures
on his trip to Israel. Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the musical
portions of the liturgy, Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.. with
Rabbi Lehrman discussing the wUh Rabbi Morton Malavsky offi-
Weekly Portion. Daily services are ciating an(j preaching on
in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman will officiate. Subject of
the Rabbi's sermon is scheduled as:
"Reconciliation." Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9 a.m., with
junior services slated at 11 a.m.
*
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-1
TION will hold Friday evening |
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday)
morning service- are at
8:30 a.m..
topic is: when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
preach on the topic: "Will Israel
Remain Alone?" At 4 p.m.. the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m.. with Mincha at 5 p.m. Maariv
is at 5:45 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will
Friday evening services at
p.m. Late services are at 8:15 p.m.
hold
5:15
of the Jew."
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
CAMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.nv
Saturday morning services are at
830 am, with Rev. Leo Heim offi-
ciating and preaching on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
will be at 10:30 a.m.
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m Satur-
are at 8.30
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Cantor Samuel Salkow will render
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cuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
followed by Shalos
at 5:15
Seudos.
p.m.
day
morning services
,, Rabbi Simon April will offi-
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Can be Cruel." Cantor Berele Kele
mer will render the musical por-
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at 7:30 and 5:30 p.m.
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VKRSOX XIATIES MX WOHUt *.I.Vlt.i.M.-l
Einstein, Angered by Politicians,
Wants to Seek Solace as Plumber
ON THE *
1

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
Disgusted with the politician* i
attempt to interfere with the free!
don of thought of scientist- Pi
Einstein recent 1> -aid th.it if hi
were starting life mew, he would.
choose to he a plumher
The editor of the Canadian Jew
i-h Chronicle attempts to explain j
thi- choice. He dismisses at once I
the protit motive, although plumb- !
u ., m || paj ins trade Usually.
hi' point- out that when a scientist
disappointed, it is to theok
that he turns, and he cites an ap-
propriate limerick
"There waa an old fellow of
Trinity
Who BOlved the square root Of"
infinity
But n gave him -uch fi>;'
To count up the di]
He chucked the math and t''k
up divn
But Kinstein doesnl want to turn
Dr. Aifcert limttein
. resembles Hillel
I mud could have joined a union
j a maker of nets. Rabbi Halafta a
leather work**
It i- -aid in the Talmud thai
Abaye and Hum u-ed to absent
themselves from certain seiiom of
Solan In order to carry water
t<> their field- The detail* are not
but we naj surmise, I think
In j were plumbers Several of
gas of the Talmud
vaiti i -
(it tM HfCS ei the Talmud Km
-t( m most resembles, H seems to
me. Hillel Hillel was told hj
heathen that ha would join the Jew-
ish fold if Hillel explained JudeJam
to him while he was standing on
one log
Hillel answered that it might be
summed up thus What i- hateful
to thee, do not unto thy neighbors
JjMity are ma,,
God
i
1 All the rest is commentary, said
metaphysical It seems to us that Hi,|H c W|(s n<>, r(.f,.rring to the
hi- in-tmct to be a plumber repre m lfc. ,/iM,
.. ,:.. ,, reverskM to the ancient! ,( >(iU cnsl(j,,r fr a moment,
to divinityhut to plumbing, and Jewish root- Kinstein la becoming what Hillel really did in this in
the editor surmises th..t Einstein Talmudic The men-the sages and ^anco v,,,. J1|st what Kinstein did
finds that in plumbing too, the rabbis of the Talmud were pre Kinstein propounded a little equa-
dominatmg principles of Kinstein dominantly men of trade It is said n,,n taking up about a fourth of a
line in which he changed the whole
future of the world Hillel perform-
From The World Of tho Cab-1
balah. The Philosophy of Rabbi Ju-'
dah Lotw of Prague. By Rabbi Ben '
Zion Bokser 194 pp. New York:1
Philosophical Library. $3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
Rabbi Ben Zion Boksor has done
a great service to the Jewish la>
man whose apprehension of the
Cabhalah is confined to curiosity,
-peculation er misinformation
Proa the World of the ( abbalah '
is not a description of the mystery
and imsticism of that work, but
the philosophy and wisdom of one ''"" '' "iisunderstajj
of the foremost Cabbalists. the 16th ',,h"'
Century Sage. Rabbi Judah Loew ""'> "re actually
of Pragueand a beautifully pre- ''tacked anthruponv
sented discourse it is. Talmud i- explained
The heart of man remains rf still
point in our changing world: much
of Rabbi Judah- wisdom we call
modern, and many of his concepts
we are still fighting to protect. The
questions he had answers for are
those which puzzle us todayand
tomorrow.
Ian philosophj h.,v. relevance in the Talmud that Torah without
This i- .,11 a verj brilliant analy- trade must in the end prove fu
-1-. but our own i xplanation is leas til*- Most of the rabbi- of the Tal
oee the in < oitn
Ben-Corion Sees Negev
As 'Belonging' to Him
tatare .o hail J,,^
sian hi wid: Tan
"* break .n cj
"n -.dvation ,
w "I ne T(
"- "Placement witi
< an we a-ume Cod',
people for a high
then it- lejeebjwr
" "heer reaa-
can only be "of count
We call thing! ni
light) di e.v. also; iii,i
the human per>pecul
employ.! whichGodB|
lag invited man toi
He askeii him to names!]
ture-
The Messiah will
Judah -aid. when
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Arts
The five business, industrial and
philanthropic leader- who made up
the now farnou- -tudy mi-sion of
United Jewi.-h Appeal will submit
tore the trust possessions one ran
have are courage, determination a
sense of humor and. above all per-
hap-, a feeling of kin-hip with the
Biblical land Indeed. Paula Ben
Gorton -aid it only as a woman can.
ed a similar simplification He gave
an atomic definition of Judaism by-
propounding the Golden Rule.
This definition of Judaism by
Hillel wa- of course a relative dc
finition To a man -landing on one
leg. the universe la not the same as
to a man standing on both legs, just
as time a- Kuist.m pointed out.
will appear entirely different to a
man sitting on red hot stove.
"Be of the disciples of Aaron.
pursue peace and love all crea-
ture- -,,id Hillel Every on
he pur-ues peace. Some indeed pur-
sue peace so that poor peace is.
scared out of its wits Ever) one
avow- himself to be for peace
Rabbi Judah's philosophy stem-
mainly from his Neo Platonic con-
cept that human experience cannot I all the moveaeat mi
discern the true nature of the Is time It will cometl
purged itself nf itsdefic
wrong- But the groagl
universe His doctrine of free
speech (antedating Milton's "Areo-
pagitica" by sixty years) follows
logically from this basic premi-e
when we reject one idea in htetorj
maturing of forces noti
life, not through an
catastrophic or mir
formation interrupting!
their finding- to the I JA annual referring to "my desert." but the] That's not enough They are like
national conference to be held at man she fondly calls T)ah vced '
the Waldorf Astoria hotel on New referred to it as "ours."
York through Dec 10 and 12 But j on leaving Sdeh Boker. a mem-
there are things that happened to: ber of the delegation remarked
them that will not find their way that Ben-Gurion is already a tow
into the report | enng figure in history, and in his
Barney Medintz. of Atlanta. | presence one feels that in ages
the <'nd of (
for which the first dipt
belli..
The -uprerne obligating
is to make hi- life co
favor of another, we are choosing
between a lesser and a greater
truth" and "the truth can only
emerge purer and clearer from
each controversy" His anti ration-1 the world's greater pert
ali-m sees that "the falsehoods of \ its dlsintegratloa Rath]
today are the "truths' of yesterday,!
and today's truth may well turn out
to be tomorrow's falsehood."
Rabbi Judah's replies to Chris-
land I'hilu-nphical
j be congratulated for 11
! i-. .i- the firt step, ai
to man.
member of the LJA national cam
paign cabinet, found that he was!
being flown into Israel by an El Al
pilot who many years ago played
on a Medmtz-coached AZA basket
ball team The pilot. Captain Wil-
liam Katz. now live- in Tel Aviv
The fir-t person Ul greet the mem
ben of the mission a- they arrived
at the Ben-Gurion home in the
Negev was I'aula. the former Prime
Minister- wife (ilad to see mi
many guests at the perennially sun-
ny but desolate -pot m Israel's
sprawling southland. Mrs Ben-
Gurion greeting each mission mem-
ber personally When all had alight-
ed from the bus and cars that had
brought them to Sdeh Boker over a \
kaolin road from Beersheba. Mr
lunon asked with a sweeping
gesture at the surrounding gold
and purple hills and valleys. "Well.
what do you think of my desert"
In the dusty silences and golden
vistas of Sdeh Boker. where water,
vegetation and the company of
others are -till the hope of the fu-
pa-t he would have been acclaimed
a sage." And in the sense that it
was, he is.
the politician who in the days of
Prohibition was asked if he was for
the Prohibition law "T am for the
Prohibition law," he replied, "but
against its enforcement "
Einstein is really for peace He
is a true disciple of Aaron Every
word- every act of his i- motivated
by the desire to increase the mood
for peace
THE WORTH OF SPORTS
Brandeis Football Season]
Is Held to be 'Success!
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include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column,
you will be presented with a copy of "The Book of Jewish Recipes,"
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2 tablespoons chicken schmaltz
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1 medium sized onion diced fine
2 slices (hallah. diced and dried
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' pound chicken liver broiled
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AT THE HOMES
Jerrv Lewis Sees Great Future
For New Starlet Mitzy MeCail
Salt and white pepper to |
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Light brown diced onion in hot
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while the diced (hallah (of Qthfjf
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; If the mixture i- t.M, -,,ti t,, f,,rrn
into walnut -i/e balls, add a little
HOLLYWOOD Comedian Jer
ry Lewis, who is feeling a lot bet-
ter these days he was ill for
quite a while has predicted *o
his Hollywood friends that the new
discovery, Mitzi McCall. who'll be
playing opposite him in his new
film, "You're Never Too Young,"
is destined for quick stardom.
Jerry picked Mitzi from 200 girls
interviewed by himself and Para-
mount representatives. He insist-
ed: "I'd have selected this sensa-
tional personality in a minute
from 5,000 girls, if it had gone
that far "
To those of us who knew pretty
Mitzy McCall when her name was
Mitzi Steiner. and saw her doing
occasional acting and singing en-
gagements over radio and in Los
Angeles and in Pittsburgh, this
comes as no surprise. Now that
By BILL WOLF
JTA
Brandeis University has just com-
pleted a successful football season
it- fourth year of varsity gridiron
activity since the university was
established.
The Judges finished in the win
ning columnfive victories com-
pared with three defeats The final
victory, which made the big differ-
ence in the season's total, came at
the expense of New Haven The
score was 192.
The good showing of the Judges
is a feather in the cap of Benny
Friedman, who is chiefly respon-i
ble for the development of football
i.t Brandeis. Undoubtedly, the
have bigger and better
plans for next season.
Things will be much tougher
next year, due to the loss of seven
varsity -tars, including those who
have been so important to the
team For example, the Judges will
Ih- without the services of Bill Mc
SMUT f',tim
Brandeis
years, the
won 4 Head coach of tW <
Kenna. expert in receiving passes
dr, bread crumbs if dr> .,,, McK(.nna ,s ^{ng gTA a little soup Had to achieve the!ma) play pro ball if the scouts of vHi Among ",herrJ3
right consistency Crease the palm ,he professional teams can persu an excellent (o"' fj3
"f left hand and with -mall noon- h,n> to 8 '"> the football bus- look at In- r,,c0".!JH
UK of the mixture, form ,n,o.'nr .. *2! ^ than 71 >4
balls Drop these into boil.ng clear I ^^ ^ *" ,S" LSfflCH
cur. ..-.i.-k.i .. r-gan. who has specialized in pass-, ,rce "" .-, j
oup or slightly salted water Cook | ,ng. The Eg.n-McKenn. combine- The following "j
10 minutes If cooked in soup,
serve immediately If cooked in
boiling water, skim out with a slot
ted or perforated spoon, drizzle
with hot schmaltz and dust gener
*"***"** mit 3UIUI1M7 1'IOW irieil
Paramount has signed Mitzi and is ? V *' c"ibs Slip under the
broiler flame to brown lightly and
serve ^ a gam^,, (or 9^,^ or
meat dishes. Yield: 12 Knaidlach.
For a dairy dinner a fish dish is
ready to begin grooming her for
stardom, we predict she'll replace
Betty Hutton as queen of the studio
in a very short time.
Mitti's story has a Cinderella plot
to it
tion was indeed a formidable one.
However, good players have
come and gone, and teams have
managed to survive, thanks to new-
comers rendy to take over the linse-
ligbt. Four years ago there was no
Brandeis football team at all. and
Benny Friedman managed to build
a reputable squad
e
Eyes will noon turn to basketball
at Brandeis. In this department the
required nutrition in every family IJud*** have a good percentage rec-
ord over the past period. In three
probablv has no &*1
in the win ^'Z,
Brandeis publicrti- J
,h.l Babe Yoielevitx"'
married men w
squad The leajJT
team is Jimmy af*"^
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I'nlanaky, Hyland
l: II.hmI, Joneph M. ROaWi
I. ii '/.. Ml Until KM*
Sn I ii.i: i s, .ilin. Mrs. Shiii
[l>. I' .-, hi-r, I- r.-il SfW-
K I -: I i <) > S. huliii.i ii.
I >i! ,. inaii, i >i..... Blmko-
ls,.i : Slmkow iir.. Toblaa
m Milton sn
Vrthur Hukoloff,
ill Max Hockloff,
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Toppell, Mm DbvM
I Mi .lullii- W.-in.i ...il
Mi- I w.-inkle. Loula
ii.. \i .-.mi Wleaen. Bam
li w-k-l.i. Nathan
w ii,-i..ii. Al Klefler,
ni. I Zll.it, William Zucker-
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tal unusual features of the
included the printed An-
epurt uf the president and
director which was giv-
^c several hundred people in
ncc. Concluding the meet-
I special social hour which
refreshment! and danc-
ly Stiller, chairman of the
Meeting Committee, was
bj Sam Seitlin, Mrs. Alvin
Iz, Mr> Philip Lefkowitz,
\r\ Susskind, Milton Balsam,
Kiim ;ind E. H. Gale, A.
lltler, Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
kFreed, Mrs Carl Weinkle,
fcrnarri Weksler.
Bernard Lash led the audi-
500 Attend JDC Meeting
To Hear Critical Reports
NEW YORKr-Some 500 Jt^tish
community leaders from every part
of the United States mapped plans
for the 1955 relief and rehabilita
tion operations of the Joint Distrib-
ution Committee at the welfare
agency's 40th annaual meeting
Thursday in the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel here.
Edward M. M. Warburg. JDC
chairman, announced that the dele-
gate- heard first-hand reports on
the critical needs of Jews in 22
countries, including Moslem areas
in North Africa and the Near Bast,
Central and Western Europe and
l-real. They also were called upon
to adopt a budget for JDC's over-
asai aid during the coming year.
JDC receivea it- funds from the
United ie iah Appeal.
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the Mesdames B. Kelemer, G. Perlman, M. Blank, G. Goldberg,
J. Hatz, D. Meltzer and A. Barkan. Bottom row are Mrs. b!
Welkin, Mrs. S. Bernstein and Mrs. H. Feldan.
Courtesy Wins Her
Beach Chamber Award
Continuous courteous and oblig-
ing treatment of the general pub
lie in her daily occupation has won
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce courtesy award for Mrs.
Ornate Steir. according to Leo
Eisenstein, Courtesy Committee
chairman.
Mrs. Steir. a saleslady at Butter
Flake Bakery. 1341 Washington
ave.. was nominated by a great
number of the bakery > patrons
Mrs Stair, a mother of three, and
a resident 0( Miami Beach for.ten
years, lives with her husband, Mau-
. nee, at 1007 Meridian ave.
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Mrs. Harry Dansky at the piano.
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FRIDAY, ft

SMU,
GLOBAL SHORTS
A Tercentenary Feature
Luxembourg Dedicates New
Synagogue Built by Duchy
LUXBMBOUBG Thi- city
has iliillfrtH to nnwlj opened syn-
continuad aajoajue tin only "n' in ""' *"*.
and sympathetic interest'- in the
Jewish claims against Austria was
expressed here today by .1 ipakes-
man of the Committee for Jewish
Claims on Austria.
Confidence Shown in U.S.
Concern for Claims
NEW YORK (JTA) Confi-
dence that the United States Gov
ernment will display
Religion Professor Reveals
Meaning of Conversion Actii
Four Jordanians Killed in
Clash Within Israel Borders
JERUSALEM (WHS)An Israeli
police patrol, clashing with Arab
nnaires who violated Israel1!
: killed four .lord
led two others 111 what Sfas
01 ii .i iii' most \Iolent lx>r
ruptioil In several months
The incident occurred m
u.l! within Israel ten
II wounded
British M.P. Ridicules
Egyptian Bat Galim Charge
1.1 >\i >\ \ DP Referring t o
i igainst the Bat
Galim, Ji wish M P Barm
> told thr lluu-
mons What .1 stupid excuse they
:. th.ii thr hull- Jewish
rptian people
Tnumcnl had
used by the Nazi long 1
built and supported by fund- of
the government I h ok) syna-
gogue was detroyed In the Nazis j
l!s voung rabbi Ir < li.ri.s Lehr 1
mann. recem- In- -.ilary from the |
Duchy Somt 10 families comprise |
the entire Jewish comfflunit]
By ROBERT GOROIS
AJP
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr Qordll HI
Profoasor of Bible at the Jewish
Tbaowtkal Seminary of America
and Adjunct PfpfliaOf Of Religion.
Columbia Inncrsdy 1
Part II
Swiss Press Lashes Out
Against Anti-Semitic Novel
GENEVA PTNS Sharp cnti-
, ral press again* l H Atara* { ^^^ ,ht.
whosenovel "Aram.Bells dap*t> ,h(. surroundmK na.
the life oi thi Jewish mil- <
lionaire in lerms described as
tine I'otocki. who paid with his life
on the stake for accepting the
Jewish faith.
Mass conversions to Judaism,
which have been common in an
dent days, did not exist in the
Middle ages, but there was one
striking and dramatic exception. In
southeast Russia there was a large
*dr h"ntheNail
Ru">"r had i, ,hat I]
Mtyr> an later r.p,irlH ,
ed to survive
This reluctance of it_
vert a would.be pri|.^
astonishing Actoaliv .1
hasis bothinpnct^,'1
bearing an sntl Semitic aftei
one newspaper the influential and
powerful "New Zurieher gaming."
-..id the novel "poisons the free
Swiss atmosphi
and powerful Tartar kingdom call
Thr uncompromising faith in the (lf) cnalars_ in tne elgktn century
BBMjrof God whowaatheaource of ithe rova, house, dissatisfied with
righteousness, gave birth to a; tno paganism-in which they had meamVme'iin
been reared, cast about for a Ben |sr;il.| ., ,ak,;'n'''*
religion Advocates of ...nor fifth* the l,,,i,
ought t<> win the royal fami \ t 0...1,. 1... h ,
their respective crei mg ,>1( ,,/ ,
and in- household, [eftowed bj the .,, ,,, ,^
tions it was aatural that m aanal
tive and Intelligenl men and OB>
Trygve Lie Says Israel is
'Child' of United Nations
MIS ': (JTA) Israel is
a 'chdil oi the United Nations."
and the international organization
[01 the coniinoj d 11
leui-h Stati. 'I rj gve
Djaral "i thr
I d m ..ii intern ien hen
Ebon Told Israel Won't Get
More Than S40 Million
WASHINGTON (WN8)
: \i>i>.i K.h.in 1 onferred
,:. Harold E Stassen on
,id to Israel, and th< i;i,
pression here is that the l raeli
diploma! ha- been advised his
country cannot count on getting
more than $40,000,000 this, w ,ir
Britain Removing Radar
From Suez Canal Area
LONDON J 1 \ -The Briti-h
Governmenl 1- removing all radar
and other warning systems design-
ed to gtva advance notice of ap
proaching planes from the Suez
Canal military complex when Brit-
i-h force- are withdrawn spokes-
men for sev.r.il government minis-
tries here disclosed thi- weak
Byroade to be Named U.S.
Ambassador to Egypt
\\ \SHI\(ilu\ U \S Henry
A Byroade, Assistant Secretary of
State tor Near Eastern Affairs
whose pronouncements on Arab-Is-
rael relation- evoked -harp criti-
cism in Zioni-t circles, is to replace
Jefferson Cafferj as S Ambaasa
en in the pagan world came into
eontad with Judaism, 111 ;i n v of
them WOUkl be attracted to its
world faith and way ol life A- .1
result a worldwide movement
towards Judaism took place daring
] the Roman period
In the (lav- of the Second Tern
pie, than warn large communities
j of professing Jewi outafda oi Pal-
e-tine not.it.lv in Alexandria.
Egypt Hanj Of them were former
pagans who h,.d naraattskarad tin
myths and practices in which they
had been reared and tanking I
true faith have been drawn to .In
daisni Than praaalytes came from
every -tratum of society, from the
ilava eiaaaea to the very palaj
the emperor of Rome So extensive
was this trend that the great New
Testament scholar Adolf Harnack
istmiat. d that at the begining of
the Christian era. fully ten percent
of the population of the western
world, four out of forty millions,
proteased the Jewish religion
The rise of Christianity had a
AMF.RIC EWISH
! KRCENTCNAIOA
1654-193411
._-_ i drastic .-licet upon Jewish miv>mn-
dor to Egypt, accord rig to nform- Jv
ary activity I his new religion ac-
id -ources hen- 1 alli-ry has asked
retirement from diplomatic serv-
ice
Milwaukee Political Circles
Feel McCarthy in New Low
Ml I."A \( KKK (AJPl Political
circle- report that McCarthy's poll
thai itock in his own home atata
baa dropped to a new low They
heir conclusion on a poll con
ducted among newspaper editors
voters and politicians.
Eisenhower Names Maxwell
Rabb Secretary to Cabinet
WASHINGTON 1.ITA1 Presi-
dent Eisenhower has appointed
Maxwell M Hahh Of Boston to the
newly created post of Secretary to
the Cabinet RUT. Rabb has been on
the President s staff handling Cab-
inet matters Mr Kabb's function
under the new set up will lie to pre-
pare an agenda for Cabinet meet
ings and to take note, during the
meetings, of decisions taken by the
President and his executive ad-
v i-ors
Bay Harbor Island
Residents Have Dance
Bay Harbor Island Club held an
annual Island get together dinner
Students at Israel Institute
Of Technology End Strike
HAIFA (JTA 1A student strike
at the Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy here ended after two weeks,
and classe, were immediately re-
sumed The students struck in pro-
test against the examination sys- j ance
tern in effect at the Technion and Tht, dub acciir(1lII), tl) pri.Mdonl
Mrs Larry B Silverman. is de-
cepted in large measure the basic
monotheistic ideal of Judaism and
most nf its ethical attitudes but
modified them along directions
which were more familiar and
hence mole eaail) acceptable to the
Gentiles ol the day Hence the m
centives for non .lew- to accept Ju-
dai-in Were sbarpl) reduced When
Christianit) became the official re-
ligion Of the old empire. Jew- were
forbidden to earn on missionary
act iv It)
In spit.- of these conditions, how-
ever, accession to Jewish ranks
continued even in the darkest days
Of the Middle Ages Among them
was a crusader who had gone to
Palestine with Geoffrey of Bouil-
lon Adopting t h e Hebrew name
Obadiah. he wrote his autobiogra-
phy in excellent Hebrew* The great
French Talmudists include 0 11 e
called Rabbi Abraham the Prose
lyte Bodo a former Bishop of the
Catholic Church who had served as

transform
includu k 'ho adopuoi,
ln.r..'i
oh ervai n affectiajt
hum
and difficulties the
joined bj Jewish in*
pha-i/i for the VVo,j|(jJj,j
It hi i" ists, be is thesj
into Judaism
These psycboktgnl |
cal factor- arc nut the4
that havi mulded tht 1
modern Judaism ttsnsfl
activiti. Kvcn morti
for our da] 1- th* 1
new conception of rtli
ditional Judaism. N'ooedf
traditional faiths has jel|
to this ri cogniuoB thatt
vat ion 1- not limited to f
The prophet Malacht!
this truth twenty-fire
ago when he declared I
worship ess nut rei
rael. for wherever meil
to other god-, they 1
however imperfectly, aj|
Divine Kur from the 1
sun until it- setting. Mj|
great upon the nations
is offered the My Nine.*'
Local Compos
Works May Be
Featured in Ml
dance at the Algiers hotel Saturday confessor of Louis t h e Pious of
night, with 160 people in attend
against the high tuition fees.
Zionists Urge U.S. Stop
Sending Arms to Arabs
NEW YORK (WNSiAn appeal
to the Covernment of the Inited
State- to -top sending arms to the
Arab States and to exercise instead
it- influence to effect an Israeli
Arab peace settlement was sound-
ed here by top-ranking leaders of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at its two-day national adminis-
trative council meeting.
signed to provide affairs where
Island residents can get to know
their neighbors.
Mrs J I Golinvaus and Mrs
Melvin Klotz were in charge of ar
rangements with the club's presi
dent.
France adopted Judaism in the
ninth century In the 16th century.
Catharine Malcerova Weigel. wife
of. the Mayor of Cracow. Poland,
died as a martyr to her new faith,
as did Alexander Boznitzyn. a Rus
sian naval officer of the eighteenth
century Many hundreds more im-
portant proselytes could be men-
tioned The most beloved was a
17th century Polish count Valen-
court and the large part of the peo-
ple, accepted Judaism For several
centuries until the Chazars were
overrun and conquered by the Rus-
sians, there was a large and inde-
I pendent Jewish state in Europe It
is particularly noteworthy that in
1 sharpest contrast to the rest of
I medieval Europe, complete relig-
ious tolerance and equality for
Christians. Mohammedan and Jew
I alike, prevailed in the Jewish
( Chazar kingdom.
Perhaps the best-known prose
lyte of our generation is the late
Anne Palliere. who has written the
i deeply moving story of his life in
I "The 1,'nknown Sanctuary." Pal-
| here was a French student for the
1 priesthood who was first impressed
by Judaism through an apparent
! minor incident One day he chanc Popular composer^
ed upon a synagogue on a back (luct,ir lrving p^tracit
-treet in his native town while the jj^i, ., may team*!
congregation was at worship He jelly, of theOnUMI
noticed that every member of the |ht, i/n,Versit) of Miassilj
congregation wore a talith or pray- a mu,;,| prodacuav
er shawl and not merely the offi- m ,n(, I(ul(, Theater
eating cantor. Palliere saw in this ( rmer NfW w
practice a vivid symbol of the dem- C(lnductin| I
oeratic spirit of the Jewish religion n-- '" fT.T^
Here each individual spoke di- ** hZ^rd
rectly to God and was equ.i to his "J- 3J J,
fellows as a member of "a king- t(J tm.',. f the I",
dom of priests and a holy naUon. iv(d ,ur-
He was led to ever deeper studies '" ,hf Nici
until he finally decided to xept JJJJj; under the H
Judaism for himself. At this point r ";,anini
he was strongly dissuaded from do- i|ri(.k ha wnrjaj
ing so by his spiritual mentor the pular tunes,
saintly Rabbi Elia Benamozegh of J" ^ (,, wnif,:
Leghorn. lUly. However. Palliere ,ured Wlth other of *|
persisted in his desire and was the Kelly book.
finally received into the covenant No c,,n,irm^'J1tJ
of Abraham. He became a leading Jj^J,^ men**
teacher of Judaism in France and exp|a,ncd that they ^"^
exerted great influence upon h Interested" "''
French Jewish youth before the possibility of anaj
West Germany Praised far
Ratifying Genocide Pact
UNITED NATIONS (AJP>Prof
Raphael l-emkin. father of the
Genocide Convention, has congra-
tulated West Germany on its acces-
sion to the Genocide Convention.
"The crime of Genocide," he said,
"will become part of the legal and
moral conscience of the German
people, and will help to a moral re-
generation some of those who in
the past disgraced the honor of
Germany." Bonn became the 47th
government to ratify the Conven-
tion at the UN last wek.
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
Copjrrtabt. ISS4. by Ar ion Jiwlah Pr^jy^"
,8. Struggle for Equal ^
Ttxt by DANIEL ILAZAR HUastrotions by MAORI
in its*, Tni mew AMreap*M
JEWS WCRE WINFO*CtP To
FWVATAtt ,*/**;SIATME* THAN
BEING AlLOWtPTO fTAMO
6UAK0.
TO PA* thB xit5" UV "r0
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f ISJAUY OV THI nTa,MT TO
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DECEMBER 10. 195*
_ -Jmlsf, fhrHian
[eoal notice
We" 'r'CT4,TIOU8
f,l'n flRAlMMCY. Pi**
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Road
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UNDER FICTITIOUS
?AH"fBKBYalVjCK th*.
.,l deiring li> enjTaaje In
i.....i* nalne ol
itAi-rs, ..' lao ocean
i r. n b Florida, Intend"
|",V ,',...... with ihe Clerk
1 I i ..,.i.- County,
[.mm: REALTY OOKJ
I ,i K inner, President
i_______________________
n, \-i JUDGES COURT
PpOR DAOE COUNTY.
Jim probate
iDER NO. 34197-A
tATI '! ,
RonKRTS, decenad
lllTli'N "I Hliin. he !'-
inn mi I" I"- heard befdl
appearing to the Court
g i:, .., m, husband pf
i, .n Hhm nt fn.m Dude
I ... place of hlH lant
, than aeven years
I .... ,,f -.aid Petition,
T|,| uii em,- raises ;i pre-
. |,,. .I, mh 'lid It further
i'oiii-i thai Mid Pa-
Ed lie ntltled to the niat-
[,,., in hei Petition ears
.,i ,1,,, a. nt known to be
IRKI ri in i iRDBRET) thml
hall itime up for heal Inf.
oun ii Hi- I Ith day of
I 1.M., '! which time
'III heal evidence concern-
If-eil absence ..f the sui>-
rni and tin- circumstances
_ thereof
JRTHEH ORDRBJBO that
|l,e published In a news-
nl, in i. Florida, once
f......Mil.-.-, -ntive weeka
fat, > said hearing.
fit- I iKI >ERKD at Miami.
\ i orida, thlx Sth day of
I
W I- BLANTON .
County Judge
V ,\ RIMONHOW
br Petltlonsi
LEGAL NOTICE
rfC-llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
SARI.KX Or ALOE, nt Miami
fr^iiIndB.,.1reRi"ter s'1'1 "...... with
the Clerk of the Circuit ,. ,,, .,,,'.
County, fimiIii., "'
HEX JAM IN (1HFFN
JOHNSON, I.KVINSiiN I'KHKY
Attorneys for Henjainin Ureen
1' '-'* II ;;-iii-i7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
..NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVKX that
the iinil.-r.-ign.-.l. desiring t,, engage In
business under the flcfltlour nan.....t
Itiy-.i.i at IM Miracle Mil-, Coral
liable*. Dad* County, hlorlda,
to gistel mid name u Ith tin
of the Clroull Courl ..t Dade County,
HILDEn \itni-: k WEIjstI'II
KUBT HKI.I.lNll
Attorney f.-r Hlldegarde E -\ .
U14-I7 Cong-.- I-. i Idlng, Mla.nl I I ,
PAGE 7B
LEGAL NOTICE
cate of corporate
.dissolution
Tname and by the
itv of the state
|0f florida
\Vllii\l THK8K PRKS-
.!. COMB, HKKICTlXaS:
1,1 TAI.IAMUT,
IIAMI IIKAtH. FLORIDA
i SUTTA,
IIAMI RKACH. F'LORIDA
E K. SCIIULTZ.
I.WII BEACH, F'LORIDA
Ith il.iy of May. A.D. IMS,
enrporated nnil.T the
pf I'hapter 60S, Florida
T"Ni:w\l,l. CORPORA-
fjioratlon, with Its nrlncl-
' uainesa at Miami HeaYrh.
hi th.- state of Florida.
Hi- Mm kholrters of such
did mii the tint day of
i l> l!'M, cause to lie filed
of the Secretary of State
of Florida, a Consent of
holders under the provl-
ii- Chapter 6.*. Florida
th>- dissolution of
Etlon.
the Secretary of
p- si i ifv to the fore-
J.it Ii-Is satisfied that the
"f law have bean com-
Bl'ITNESH WHKREOF. I
h.-r. unto set my hand
line affixed the Great
of thi Htate of Florida, at
I the Capital, this
I I' da> of December.
- i
URAT,
-- i. i.i- v .[ State.
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
[ NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY rilVEN thai
tin- nut. rMtiii. .1. desiring to eii|
bush.....- uiiil.-i ihe flctltioua n
HURRICANE INN. a. I.'ni. S M
Avenue, Weil Miami, Intend regis-
ter s.il.l name with Hi. Clerk of the
Utrcuil Court of Dade County, Florida
JOE u.v \iti:/. and
i'I.VIi.a ALVAREZ (Sole Ownersl
HENRY M c\IN
Attorne) for Applicants
W Flagle. si Miami, Fla
IL' :;-ln-l7-L'l
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31195-A
RE: ESTATE OF
KI.V \ K MnNTKl.l,. a 1, n
KI.VA Ml i.N TI-: 1.1., a k -a
II.I.A MtiNTKl.l.. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby thrn that l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final DlNcharKe js ancillary executrix
of the estate of KI.VA F*. MONTKLL,
deceased: and that on the 2ftth daj ..f
December. I*M, I will applv to the
Honorable W. F'. MI.AXTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida. for
approval of Kaid final report and for
final ills, hara.- as ancillary executrix
of the estate of F:i.A'A F\ MOXTELL,
deceased.
This nth day of November, lM.
ETHA XI. HARP8TER
Ancillary executrix
RICHARD KRIBOER FINK
Attorney for ancillary estate
412 Congress Huilding Miami. Florida
11/19-26 12'3-in
| NOTICE UNDER Fit
llti-'n'm' K A,'ARTMENT8,
-M17 Collins Avenue. BarfaMe
wkh ,i\ r:,KI-''' -1"1 name
with the i ink ,,. Hi.- cin int Court ..f
Dade i ..iini.v. Florida
'AlflH. LEE AI'TS. INC
a Plorida Corporation
.^ntMi"111.......v""p'
I fOI ',11-,,I
120 Lincoln Road
t-17-21
-.- Apta In
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..,...... NAME LAW
M'l li I. is HEREBY niVEN that
,'.""' '-"'!""' engags in
,",";::""""'r "'' 'IftltloUi name of
i.ai NDROMAT OF Ml \ \11 BEACH
llrexel Avenue, Miami li.-a.-h,
i, Intends to n | name
;v" '! ( '...... the Circuit Court of
Dade .....m>. Florida
ALBERT HHF:NWEATHER
Hole Owner
17-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
tNOlfW. Hi IIFlKl1tVi^,vfiM ttttt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
2V,".'.'?"" unur the fictitious name of
si All, at 7.7". H.W. S7th Ave., Int. nils
to register said name with the Clerk
or th.- Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
11/19-26 -12/3-10 *-*"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 iif:rf:ky OIVEX that
the und. i -igncii, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
NEORO AMKliH-AN MllRTCAliK
ASSOCIATION, at HOI West Flagler
street, Miami, i-i.i Intenda to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL M, 8HACK. Bole Owner
GOLDMAN iv GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
ISM W, Flakier st., Miami, Ha.
11/36 lf/f-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
TE OF CORPORATE
)lSSOLUTION
tAME AND BY THE
tITY OF THE STATE
DF FLORIDA
Wll.iM TIIK.SK PREP-
.1 'Ml-:, GREETINGS:
P MILLER,
MIWII. FLORIDA
'i: i iistin
MIAMI. FLORIDA
H RICHARD,
I \MI REACH, FLORIDA
!ll day ..f Mar.-h. A.D.
" '" in. ..i |.i ate.l under
1 of I'hapter (08, P lorlda
RDNER-BII.T, INC., a
with its prlnclpen place
it Miami, Dade County.
"( Florida, ami win r. is
ers nf so. h i-m poiatlon
si day i.f December, A.D.
he filed in ||,e office of
Of the State of
' all the
! the provlalom of said
l I'l.i Statutes, showing
i of such corporation.
Reri .'.in ..f
n. hi ...nfv t the fore-
" he I- -.11 I,fled that the
of I.m have i.i-.-.i com-
ITXFMH WHEREOF, I
'".....Ho act mi
psv, .iffixed uie Oreal
i i. i
-" the Capital, this
day of December,
tr,
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30MS-A
RE: ESTATE OF
AlM.LI'Ii FRIEOMANN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
N( iTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Flxecufix of the
estate of ADol.lll FRIEDMANN, de-
I: and that on the 2(t day of
December, 1S34. will apply to the lion-
o.-able W. F. BLANTON. t'ounty
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approvJ of said final .report and for
final dls.-ha.rge as FIxecutrix of the
Estate of ADOLPH FRIEDMANN, de-
ceaaeit __
THla 30 dav of November, 19..4
MARIE K FRIEDMANN
MYERS. 1IF;IMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
6 ... Beybold Dldg .Miami. Fla.
1S/S-W-17-24 __________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
aa under the ii. tltln
M a N SI'PER MARKET al (4G \ W
.Hi Avenue, hit, nils in reglatei
name Ith the I "lerk ..t Ihe Circuit of
Dade County, Florida.
natii in m \vi:hs. sole Owner
I it MAYERS
Attorne) foi Nathan Mayera
11/26 I2/3-IO-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deairing to engage In
buslneaa under the flctltioua name nf
GRACO AUTO RENTALS, -it I4S1
Weal Flagler Street -Miami. Florida,
Intenda to regiater said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
ORACO MOTORS, INC.
By: Sonia Qrgdua, President
Sol Cohen, Treasurer
8EYMOCR B UEBMAN, ESQ.
Attorne) for Draco Motors, Inc.
IS/S-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "NAND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. No 173900
DAVID R ROBERTS, Plaintiff
MATTIE MAE ROBERTS, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mattle Xlae Roberta
Residence lnkn.iwn .....
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Rill of Complaint for Dlvorcj
has been filed agimsi you, i"l you
are required to P* "' ,'""
Answer thereto on Plalntifra attorney,
BEN ESSEN, HI Seyls.ld Build ng.
Miami. Florida, and file the o
Answer in the ..Hue of the clerk of
the circuit curt on or before tne
Itth da) "i i.....mbei "':;"-
the adlegatlona ol said Bill ol
plaint will he taken a-......eased
'"["'led \'ills 2ith day of November,
19:14- K B I.KATIIKI'.MAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: WM. W BTOl KING,
i.. i.uii Clark
BEN B88EN, !>!
A.torn.i foi Plaintiff
II M IS :'.-!"-17_________________
!?** PICTITfOUS
,AE LAW S
"jKEBY ' to eltgage in
r th. iin.,,1. n,.e ..f
\\"< M.KVK'E CEN1
i 'I- DrtVe, Miami.
* '..... with the
I |;i "' "it Court of I>de
!;*v'n H DWIS
'n ,ki tkl
;LANDRR
Vi.i.li.ants
Inail
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 1744SS
FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff
MILDRED DILLARD WALLACE
WRHiHT. Defeh.lant ,_,_..
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION ,
TO: MILDRED DII.I.ARD UAI.LA' '
ro8*&"H-3w* NOTIFIED
th-.. a Hill of Comnlai... for Divorce
has kn filed again-t youi andl you
are required to file your *''"^
Office of the Clerk i.f th" lliU'I
85SrL DndS .oiinti. Plorida, andla
copy of i- ; 'i
a.l,.,,i.i. JOSEPH KOSENRRANTZ
ESQ. at l Lli.....I" ""',,,M -
D.-.i.li. F1.....la .." ".I1l"1f,"r;,'"ail
.....cembet M N 'V, i,.
do so a ..... ... I'm Confeaau l
,i against >ou. ,
i. and ordered this 2h da)
N"%""1"" V" B LBATHBRMAN.
i iniiit Clerk .,-,v,-
i... mi w ST. "'KIM..
Ikh>u|v Clerk
11/M IS_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICT.T.OU.
NOTICE li- HEREBY C,l\ EN thai
the undersigned. JesliTng t" '"
i-iiMi TV HF'IIVK E. at hl.,n S fwn
SrtvSnK JtR^ksTlLUAMS
BHLKK GARS
Attorneys r..i Applicant
17*2 W. Flagler St
11/M 12/3-10-1:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is1 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name of
KEY BOLD BNACK RAR. at 130 Sey-
bold Arcade Building. Miami, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY I.OEB
ANN LOBB
1'AII. L BTEINER
Attorney for Applicants
16 Sevhold llldg.
12/3-10-17-L'4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES,
at 8965 X.E. 6th Ave.. Xliami. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
XIORTOX .1. KAY
KARL R CALVBRT,
Owners
BEN KSS-KN
Attorney for Applicants
1014 Seybold Bldg.
11 19-26 12/3-10
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32435 B
RE ESTATE OF
PHILIP BHLACKMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby liven thai i have
nie.i mi final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate ol PHILIP BHLACKMAN.
deceased; and that on the i!7th day of
December, 1954, will apply to the Hon-
orable FRANK B. DOWLING, County
Judge nf Dad.- County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the Estate Of PHILIP BHLACKMAN,
.1
This :'lth day of November. 1S.14.
MORRIS SHLACK.MAN,
Administrator
MAX i: SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
11/26 12/3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
RE: ESTATE OF
IDA HEITNKR. Decused
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Adminis-
trators, d.b.n., of the estate of IDA
HKITXKK, deceased; and that on the
30th day of December. 1954, we will
apply to the Honorable FRANK B.
DOWLING, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrators d.b.n. of the Estate of
IDA HE1TNER, deceased.
This 23rd day of November, 1*54.
pf:tf:r .i dubiNsky .t
BERNARD MARDEK
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Administrators
11/26 12/3-10-17
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 24922
rf:: kstatf: of-
MARY POLK Sl'LLIVAX, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHAROE
NOT1CF: Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator l>e
Bonis Xon of the estate of MARY
POLK SULLIVAN, deceased; and that
on the 2l'nd day of December. 19o4,
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
BLANTON, County Judge' of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administrator De Bonls Non of the
Estate Of MARY POLK SULLIVAN,
deceased.
This lth day of November, 1954.
JAMES P. SULLIVAN, M.D.
Administrator De Bonls Non
THOMAS A. HORKAX
Attorney for Administrator D.B.X.
11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 3406*.B
In Re: ESTATE "F
BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Asalnst Bald
Estate:
You and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mat have ..gainst
the estate of BERTHA 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 eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication'
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date November la, A.D. 1954.
AXXETTE KENDALL KATZOFF"
As Administratrix of the Ksiale of
BERTHA FISCHER KENDALL.
Deceased.
ELRY STOXE
Attorney for Annette Kendall Kntzoff
11/19-26 12/3-Hl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
F: & .1 I'l.EANICRS, at 3626 N.W. 7th
St., .Miami, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT BROWN, Sole Owner
HAROLD STRUMPF
Attorney for Applicant
547 Seybold Bldg.
11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34001
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID YOUNG, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate: .
You and each of you. are he.eh>
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. may have against tne
stats Of DAVID YOUNG, deceased.
I Coral Gables, Dade < ounty,
hlorlda tn the Honorable ( ount)
,,f Dade County, and file the
same In their office* in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the .late of the first publication hereof.
Bald claims mi demands to contain the
legal address Ol the claimant and to.
be sworn to and presented as afore-
.aid. or same will be barred.
Date November Ifi. A.D. ISM.
As Executrix of the Las. Will
and Testament ol
david YOUNG, Deceased.
BEN ESSEN
Aim.....v for Executrix
11/19-26 12.3-1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the underalgned. desiring to engage in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:by GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CAMPUS LIQUOR STORE, at lr.ls
Dixie Highway, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SADIE KAPLAN
NATHAN liOP.ERMAN
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
235 Lincoln Road
11/26 12/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALL STATE MOTORS, at 14S2 N.W.
"6th Street, Intenda to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clrouit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT HARROLD100r.
ROBERT J. LEWISON
Attorney for Albert Harrold
11/19-26 12/5-10
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
in AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 34057-B
In Re: ESTATE OF"
RUTH LEVIN, also known as
RUTH B LEVIN \>.....aaed
To All Creditors and All l'-rsnns Hal-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
ETou!:and each of you. are hereby
notified and required ... P""*"* "
Claims and demands Which > "... or
either of you, may hay* against the
... f iictH t EVIN, also known
,-,, V LEVIN, d----------1 tateo*
!& County. Masaachuaetts. to
, i- H-ii-iaide County .hide- "f Da*
County and file the same In their
offices In the County Cteiirthouad In
,.. e County, Florida within eight
.ici.i.n ,......the from !* '
,1.11,-ation hereof. Said claims
n, demands to contain the total ad-
Sees, of the claimant and lo be aworn
printed as aforesaid, or same
,, ,,,. \,,i, Mil., r 1 AD. 19&4.
Fl Ft Y STOXE
As Ancillary Administrator
of the Estate of
RUTH LEVIN, alsi. known as
iii-TII II I.RV1X Deceased
ll/U-M l- t-10________
-NO^-CTUNOF^F^TITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY ,;lvl N _,l,:,'i
business under the fictitious name of
MYERS, HE1MAN & KAPLAN, at
150 Sevhold Bldg.. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
,,,,, Court MfJ.adc|i|;,,,n-v.Fl,.rl,hc
LOUIS HEIMAN
LF:oN KAPLAN
LEON A, EPSTEIN
11/19-26 II I-1"
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PAGE 8 B
**isi>n$c*8!!i.
Seal Sale Returns
Net $51, 327 Thusfar
Returns for the first two weeks
in the Tuberculosis Seal Sale reach
en* $51,327 early this week, accord-
ing to Joe (lemon>. president of
the local Tuberculosis Association.
'Almost 30.000 contributions hava
been received from the 168.000
>eal letters mailed to the public on
\n\ 22:' demons said.
Walter Cook. Seal Sale chair-
man, announced that first remin-
der letters are going out thi- WOO*
to those who have not yet re-
sponded to their seal mail He sug-
gested that Hade ("ountians write
and mail their checks for Tuber-
culosis Seals, as the\ p.iy their
mi||~ before Dec. 10.
Marry Retalick. veteran treas-
urer of the local group, urged all
Dade Countlans to respond gon-
ereuslj and quickly to the Seal
Sale Wen' reached about 1 3 of
in $125,000 minimum goal neces-
-.ii\ to support the free year-round
chest x-ray service and our many
other Association projects.'' he
-.ud
Singers Rehearse for
Beach Chanuka Festival
Community Singers of Miami
Beach will appear Dec 26. 8 p m .
at a concert dedicated to Chanuka.
which will be given in Flamingo
Park
First half of the program will
consist of the traditional lighting
i>| the Chanuka candles with appro-
priate s,lag) by the chorus Second
hall will include the presentation
.I director Ben Yomcn- produc-
IrOfl "I "Americana.'' choral w.irk
baaed on American folk lore with
Margaret Yomcn at the piano.
I;, hcursjls are now in progress.
8 30 p m Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, in the Palette room of
the Miami Beach Community Cen-
'er. 2Kt st and Washington ave
Sterling Hotel
Opens for Season
David Rosner has announced the
reopening of the Sterling hotel
for the winter season The resort
owner, whose following has been
developed over more than 20 years
of hotel management is nationally
known for providing his guests
with fine food m the cherished tra-
dition of Jewish orthodoxy
The 150room hotel at 6767 Col
Una ave features a cuisine adher
ing to strict dietary rules A dairy
pool side snack bar will be a com
| fortable novelty for swimmers and
sun bathers with all food from the
snack bar -cnol with the compli
menta ol the management
The Sterling will operate print-
'arily on the American plan. Rosner
revealed, but European rates may
, be arranged Special diets, such as
\ low-calorie or aall nmti Data W1" ha
available to Sterling quests without
extra charge
The $1,500,000 Sterling has pro-
visions for banquets, seating 500
pmtftWI comfortably, and out-t.ind
ing convention facilities its public
space area, which includes a 900-
foot ocean terrace, massive lobby.
TV theater lounge, large card room
and a spacious pool and cabana
section, make the Sterling hotel
one of the few in Florida designed
for conventions
The hotel is completely air con-
ditioned, with individual controls
in each room. Central heating is
provided as well With an eye to
family living, the Sterling has re-
placed steps with graded walks in
the outdoor play and lounge courts,
reducing hazards for children and
adding to the comfort of older per-
sons
RIDAY, D
WTVJ TlimSION PROGRAMTT
--. (Dec. 10,13) *
FRIDAY
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00 l'inti Poiis School Mum u
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30 On Tour Account
a-45 C.irl.H.n Stnw
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10 00 l>el Kuaao
10:16
10:30 Strike It Rich
10:48
11:00 Menu Magir
11:15
Kiwu-e Patrol
8upr CtfCUl
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Bjrker I'.HI
1:48 (luldlng Light
11:30 Search *. T"m'rowl fartoon-ii-vltle Cnr|e iJoi,
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DmviJ feiaer
JWV Auxiliary Meets
What joining the Jewish War
Veterans can mean to you." keynot
'ed the program at a membership
tea given by the Ladies Auxiliary.
(oral Cables Pott No. 243. in the
home of Mrs Morris Golombeck.
.231 SW 71st ave Mrs. Buddy Logue
was in charge of reservations.
i ^^^
2:00 I've Got Newa
12:15 Lave of Life
12:30 Welcome Traveler
1249 ____________
1:00 llrun.h With Judy Hoy P.ei h T, I:- Arr ~^
1:30 Art I.inkletler To Ba Ana'ced I'M P.. vim
1:45 ln.lii.lry pr,J, _________ ( 'M'
t uu i..k Payoff
2:15
1:30 Jack Cobb
f:4SI
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1:30 Jackla'a Houae
S:15
130 Valiant Lady
346 nVcret Storm _[_
To lie Ann .1 K.-.:l,.,||
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4:00 Alet- Clbeon
4:18
4:30
4:45l
Listen to
SCHACHTER'S
Yiddish Program
Evtry Svaday, WM1M, 11:30 a.m. to
2 a.m. Tail erearom it Hm first eaa"
hat the leraest Ijsteaiaa audience
5:00 (ilenii Mickey"
3:15- SniHTinan
5:901
8:48 8nopper'a Oulda
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I
1 Dollar a Sec r There ft, i
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5:00 Miami Hre Dent.
5:10 Wratncrnian
S:15l lack of All Sporta
6:30 Let'a Oo Klahina
6:48 -Henirk Reporllna-
7:00 Pav of Ami- 11- a
7:15
7:30 I'ona Kdvarda
7:48 Perry I'omu_______
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P.enl.-k Report i
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"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
Evtry Searfe,-18:30 11:30 a.m.
Statian: WMK (lite dial)
Wifa Variaai feafwr*i
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SIMON SEIDiN
50 J S.W. 17fa Am P*. 12 5410
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8.30 I ve Got A Secret
8-48 Home Worfcafcop
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10.00 The Line t'p
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MIAMI BEACH-
DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP
Ateaiker of America* Scheoli mni Celleoes Assecicfiea
A series of Z0A Miami District Radio Programs will be
featured on Simon Seiden's "JEWISH FORUM ON THE
AIR" 1140 on the Dial at 10:30 a.m. starting
Sunday, Dec. 12th. RABBI S. MACHTEI and President of
the District, IRVING SAAL, will participate.
MORRIS NASATlR S
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
HEARD NOW TWICE WEEKLY
Every Sunday from t 10 to 11 a.m.
ana Every fndaj from 12 to 1 0 m
Special Feature* on Fri. Program
the eminent Yiddieh Actreu
LIZA SIL8ERT
ana the prominent Y nd th Actor
SIMON WOLFF
n a new feature
'A Weddma m the Home
for the Aged"
Hon. Burnett Roth in
"Whafi Doing in City Mall"
STATION WWPB
144* e. Year Drat
II.OONewa, Weather
11:13' Tooper
11:30
11:48 Kllery Queen
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SAVINGS ACCOUNTS opamod or funds
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will begin earning dividenda for you from Docamber 1st.
YOUR SAVINGS her* ore INSURED to $10^00 and EARN
dividends twice a year for you at the current
rate of 3% per annum
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45 M. ,,. .
IN MIAMI
710 S.W. 12th Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
1333 Dade Blvd.
Pkaet* 34431 Psmi 5-7477
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1400 N W. 36* &het
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