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The Jewish Floridian ( December 17, 1954 )

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leiiastUEIondEkin Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY E 28 Number 50 wices Immigration Policy as 'Morally Evil' MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1954 PRICE: TEN CENTS ferell Harriman Blasts Entry Laws Joint Distribution Group rVezt liv< YOKK (JTA) — Denuncia-1 capees who have been admitted to the continuation of our the United States under the Refuimmigration policy" as gee Relief Act is "miniscule" and evil" and "from the point said that "I can only hope that in >f our gaining friends in 'its coming session the Congress of for democracy, a stupid < the United States will review and drastically revise the McCarranWaiter Act, and the Refugee Relief Act too." The meeting adopted a budget of $29,403,000 for JDC relief and reconstruction activities in 1955. The budget represents an increase was voiced this week by r ili c t Averell Harriman York. riman spoke at the fortieth sarj rounders Dinner held inectlon with the 40th annual of the American Jewish stribution Committee. Fivejf nearly $4,000,000 over 1954 ex penditures by the agency Nearly one half of it will be spent on JDC operations in Israel Rosenwald Named New UJA General Chairman; $99,521,275 Goal Told Pd Jewish leaders, here for i.n from all parts of the heard his attack on pressugration policy and his deIhat the McCarran-Walter %  ration Act and the refugee 11953 be drastically overhaulWilliam Rosenwald succeeds Warburg NEW YORK (JTA)—The annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal, attended by more than 1.200 Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country, concluded here with the adoption of a goal of $99,521,275 for the 1955 campaign. In setting this goal as against the almost $120,000,000 needed by the three constituent agencies of the UJA—the United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and New York Association for New Douglas Gardens Site of New Unit's Dedication l:< l riticizing the immigration ; larriman said: ly the oppressed, homeless dom seeking p e o p 1 es must regard with cynicism erica which bars the door, iitt a trickle of immigrants, j immigration on the rinatory and racist concept tional origin and which, immigrants, who arrived i search of freedom and opity, into jail, alongside and hoodlums, while immipapers are being inspected aightened out." Harriman noted that the I oi actual refugees and e>Jack Ablin Memorial Wing Ceremony to be Held At Jewish Home for Aged on Sunday Afternoon Jewish Home for the Aged dediiliary; and Stanley C. Myers, presi-jCol. Arvey, of Miami Beach and cates its new Jack Ablin Memorial dent of the Greater Miami Jewish i Chicago and a Democratic Party on Sunday, Dec. 19. 2:30 p.m., at Federation. I leader, was honored several weeks Douglas Gardens First unit of a 1 S. I. Bernbaum, chairman of the j ago at a dinner by some 2,000 Chimaster building plan to provide J building committee, is scheduled j caguaus for his "outstanding leadadded facilities at the Home, the' to bring to the gathering the story ership in humanitarian and civic of the Ablin Memorial in brief re. causes." Paying tribute to him marks centering around the theme, were 1952 Democratic Party stan"Milestnne in Community Build-Idard bearer Adlai Stevenson, Tening." Maurice Pearlstein, execu-1 nessee Sen. Estes Kefauver and Gov. G. Mennen Memorial commemorates the death of Jack Ablin, noted Miami and Chicago civic and philanthropic leader, who passed away two yean ago. According to local officials, the new unit will add to the Home further resources for dealing with the needs of the aged, sick and incapacitated, as well as rehabilitative director of the Jewish Home Michigan for the Aged, will also offer introliams. ductory greetings. Principal speaker at the Dec. 19 dedication is Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Noted in national political circles, "Col. Arvey and Mr. Ablin were close friends since their boyhood days in Chicago," Kurmati said, Continued on Pago 3 A tion programs Presiding a, the Ulcation v | ^^ |j| 8mes Diplomats for Cdd be Judge Harold Spaet, Miami Beach vice mayor and honorary president of the Home. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu El who has Just returned from an extensive tour of Reception Accorded Raab in U.S. Americans — the delegates took into account that some $20,000,000 will be forthcoming from the reparations funds now accruing to the' Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. William Rosenwald. long prominent as a top leader in Jewish philanthropic activities, was elected UJA general chairman. He succeeds Edward M M. Warburg, who was elected to the newly-created post of UJA president, thereby continuing as a key figure in the organization. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz was drafted for a fifth term as the UJA executive vice chairman. He will be succeeded in 1956 by Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman of Milwaukee. Dewey D. Stone was named a national chairman of the UJA to represent the United Israel Appeal. He succeeds Rudolf G. Sonneborn. In a resolution hailing Mr. Rosenwald's election, the conference delegates declared they would work wholeheartedly with him to seek "the highest possible income" I for the 1955 UJA drive. They is! sued a call to American Jewry to | give first priority to the needs of I the United Jewish Appeal. The call warned that unless IsWil-'rael is helped to receive and settle the 30.000 men, women and children due to come in 1955 from troubled Tunisia and Morocco "much of the economic progress in Israel during these last few years will be destroyed and a new era of reception camps, tents and idleness may undermine the country's economy." The delegates also asked strong support for programs in North Africa for the welfare, education, vocational training and rehabilitation of Jews who will reVIENNA (JTA)—Austrian diploby Jewish dissatisfaction with the main there in the coming year. Israel, will offer the invocation I m;l ,j c officials, in the United States stand which the Austrian Cabinet y lT Warburg, in summing up Home president Abe Kurman will I anf j j n i sra el arc being blamed in has taken toward meeting Jewish t ne record of American Jewry's official circles here for the "antag-. claims for restitution and heirless | support ofsthe UJA since the end onistic" attitude of American Jew property. This, it was said here, 0 f World War II. called it one of ry took toward Chancellor Julius was due to the fact that Austrian i -the most dynamic decades in the Raab of Austria during his visit to ] diplomatic officials in Washington 300 year old history of Jewry in and Tel Aviv had reported to VienAmerica." In this period, he statCol. Jacob M. Arvey principal speaker welcome guests Greetings will be extended by Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro. Also bringing greetings will be Dr. Walter O. Walker, chairman of the senior citizens division. Welfare Planning Council; Mrs. Sol Silverman. president of the Jewish Home for the Aged Women's AuxRaab of Austria during Washington and New York. Official circles here indicated na that Jewish organizations would .' take no effective action to support that the government had not been thejr c|ajms agains( Austria Particular blame is laid on the aware of the extent to which the results of Chancellor Raab's visit to the I'nited States might be affected York Congressman Mvlter Charg esJk^h^jjl^!^. Ties Reveals Rabbi Schultz Back 3 round AJP YORK — The New York • been running a series of about Rabbi Benjamin Itz a series of five such articles. Strange Case of Rabbi l appearing daily as main the week of Dec. 6, the revealed Schultz' activities the time he was a boy at a student of the late Stephen S. Wise's In! %  of Religion, a Rabbi at fVonker's Temple Emanu-El columnist for a Jewish weekuntil he became the controfigure he is today as the f his own Jewish League p*t Communism. Picture painted by the Post reveals a man who at every MP and turn of his career "sought the limelight for his own personal interest and self-glory." When Rabbi Schultz' League M first organized, he succeeded m attracting a number of well meaning individuals, including W" York's Congressman Mutter When they discovered what Schultz v.as really up to, they all withdrew from the league. When Congressman Mutter severed his relations, he made this public statement "I feel Schultz was just using the League to further h,s own in terests It seemed to me thai AJLAC was adopting the same techniques it was supposed to be The'we Rabbi Stephen S Wise, had venerated. Austrian diplomatic representatives in Israel. They, more than the representatives in the U.S. are accused of inadequately warning the government of the difficulties that might be expected from world Jewish organizations seeking compensation for Jewish victims of the Nazi regime in Austria. Their optimistic report were hranded the Yonkers Rabbi "a pro-1 taken seriously by the government fessional and probably profiteerhere, because Israel is regarded in st baiter, as unworthy Austria as reflecting Jewish sening communi... to be a member, not to say a Rabbi, of a Jewish congregation. The Post articles, written by Fern Marja. further reveal that when Schultz lost most of his original backers as a result of his unsavorv tactics, he turned to Joe McCarthy, West brook Pegler. in adto the known reactionary in timent all over the world. Meanwhile. Austria's refusal pay Jewish claims has dition to received considerable attention in Montreal in connection with the visit to Canada of Chancellor Julius Raab of Austria The Austrian Government has lamentably failed to solve one of the country. Those ^ tnP most poignant legacies of the whom Schultz had condemned, the N az j rule—the claims of Jewish Post adds, included Eleanor Roose-' victims of Nazi persecution in Austria." a spokesman for the ed, American Jews had contributed more than $800,000,000 to the UJA to save and aid over 2.500,000 refugee and distressed men. women and children in Israel, Europe. Moslem lands and the United States. Jewish welfare funds and combined campaigns were urged to give increased allocations to the United Jewish Appeal by the 35member UJA Study Mission which two weeks ago returned from a month-long survey of Jewish needs in Europe, Israel and Morocco. Speaking lor the mission and quoting from its official report, Max M. Fisher, noted Detroit industrialist, said that "the mission is convinced that Israel's future, and the future of the Jews of North Africa, cannot be viewed or dealt with in terms of routine campaign giving, or in terms of normal campaign budgeting." The mission also urged individual American Jews to raise Continued on Pag* 6 A v ,.lt. Columbia University. BrookCollege, the UN, President lyn Adlai Stevenfighting." ite Schultz whom Truman, Point Four, son. Admiral Nimitz. General Marshall and scores of other loyal Americans. Canadian Jewish Congress said this week. He pointed out that a large section of the Austrian population had participated in the seizure of Jewish property under Nazi rule. in This Week's Issue At the UN Hollywood Books Mindlin Concert Stag* Sports Cooking Tercentenary Global Shorts Washington Scene



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PAGE 2 A +Jmist>Fk)i*m*li FRIDAY, Bartley Crum to Speak Tuesday Bartley Crum will be guest speaker at a C'hanuka festival sponsored by the South Florida Zionist Districts to be held in the Kubaiyat room, the new auditorium of the Hotel Algiers, on Tuesday. Dec. 21. 8 p.m. H Crum will center hitiilk on Chanuka and will focui it tentlon on the parallel between the story of Judah Maccabee and the history of the modern State "I Israel, according to Jacob Sher. (ireater Miami chairman of the 1rael Bond Organization Stressing the importance oi I h.i nuk;i .i~ .c holiday dedicated to kinddreams Oi freedom, in dependence and personal dinn>. r said th.it the Israel Bonds whuh we purchase at this time are an ideal choice i..r the I hanuka Is we traditional!) jive to our children, our relatives and our friends. The) are valuable to the rei ipient and are adecisive mtrurn-nt of assistance to the modern Maccabees who are building the dcmocmcj of saraal." An outstanding spoke •" •" f,r the rightoi rsfugeas %  in 1 ,,,r ""' State of Israel, Crum, w til ki author and attorney, has consistently championed the cause of Irael a* %  vital d e mocr a tic center in the Middle East At the Festival 'rum who has received lb* "One World" %  ward in recognition ol being %  leader of liberal though* I "' %  •"' i h niuka .lit for Israel of sj in stati ol Israel Develop meal Bonds from the South Flor ids Zionist Districts St i mour Uebman i chairman ol the / I \ I I ordinating board lr. hibook, Bi bind The Silken Curtain." Crum gained acclaim lor I first han.l report oi the international maneuvering which atHonor Roll Students Listed Dr Herman it Mechlowitx, chairman ol the Beligtoua School ol Temple Bmanu-El. announces iho Scholar-hip Honor Itoll for the lir-t quarter ol the fall term Daily Religious School Class 1A — Norman Brook-. Lloyd Davis. Bruce Hillman. Joann Lebow. JesI Take Class IB Michael Kaplan, Gerald Nash, Charles Suttlick, Andy Zivltt ( l.i11" — Jill ( hanmng. Virginia Gordon, Alan Jarretl Barry Schwartz, Melvin Schwartz, Alan Slotkin cia-s ID — Edward DeLevie, Harvej Swickle Clam 2A — Alan Vlbert, Ail.ne Hauser, Norman Schwartz. Ivan Shapiro (la-2B— lanle) Lane. Kfram Lieber. Mimi Miller. Class 2> Arlin Dubler. hyllia Mechlowitz Clan 3A — larcia Cohen. Margaret Cohen. lephen Cypen. Howard Hirschlenki. Fred Lane. Murray Rosenberg Grade 4 RoiuTt Mauser, Rogi r Left. Stephen MarkGrade 5 Elliott Friedwald, Edward Pottlto er. Grade 7 — Virginia Gordon Eileen Nash tirade 8 — Adnenne Miller. Paala MuraVChick, Harriet Newman, Leslie Zebitz. Grade B Rose Cohen. Barry Honig. Philip Spiro, Menll Trent. Ruth Wein -tein. Sheila Zemmel. Sunday School: Grade 2A — Bon me Cypen, Stuart Kaplan. Judy Malschick, Sandra Rubin Grade 2B Kos> Houston. Gilbert Kor enblit. .TameRoth Grade 3A — Artene Halpern. Jeffrey Scott Sole%  Tike Teller Grade 3B — Stuart Bussej sheila Gordon. Richard Kan Grade 4 — Cared Greenberg. Harriet J Katz David Kulok. Mar ilyn Muravchick. Grade 5 — Pamela Greene. Delsie Lipton. Waren Lytton. Lois Samuel. Grade 6 — Carol Barrocas. Id. Cla-s 3B Claudia Bialo. Cynthia Grossman JB/H/H/H/B/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/HT^ \ mWVnmm vacation in a different Florida HARDER HALL Sebring, Florida Thv l.olttTH FIRST RvHort AMERICAN PLAN FREE GOLF Championship 18 -Hole Golf Course Swimming Fishing Sailing • Tennis 165 MILES FROM MIAMI for rates and information: DAVID JACOBSON, Managing Director Phone: Sebring 6 5201 tempt'-'t to halt 'he •• tablhhmenl of MI Indei h Hat* in Iwddt l-rael.'" he al-o -inmad the importance of Israel as s vital key-tone of democracy jn the Middle Baat Crum was a clo-e friend of the late I're-ident Koo-evelt and of for mer President Truman In lMfi. he was appointed by Truuun to membership on the Arnjlo-Amcn can Commission of Inquiry on Palestine, which recommended the admis-ion of 100.000 Jewish refugees to the Hal} Land Zionist Districts participating in the festival are Miami Beach Israel. Prod Jonas, president; North Shore. Sheldon Lelrhuk. president; Miami Beach Ma-ada Jerry Miller, president, (oral Gables. Dan Gravity president; Miami. Irving Saal. president, and Broward County, Jacob Harrison, president. Temple Israel Will Honor Dr. Kaplan On 80th Birthday Temple Israel of Miami will tender ., d nner to Doctor and Mrs. "' in a the San Souci hotel on Sunday. Dec. 26, in cele.aplan's 80th birth t. im will lv under the diree'iin of a committee haded on and llerlx-rt T* Feibelman. Included will be a trio 0 i" Joseph R Narot. spirit ual leader, and an address by Rabbi Joseph Taxay. of Dayton.i It.ach. life-long friend of Dr. Kap Ian Dr Kaplan is a graduate of one of th" early cla—oof the Hebrew Union College "d Cincinnati, and holdl a Bachelor degree from the University of Cincinnati, as wall athe Doctor of Philosophy from tie 1 at vanity of Denver. He has held pulpits in Alabama. New Mexico. Ohio, and Indiana, prior to oenttng In Miami on Augu-t 18. 1926 He studied with Rabbi Isaac Mayer wise I'nder Kaplan's leader-h.p. Tern pie Israel grew from a handful id numbers to melnrte Mime 1.000 families A building program of 1 e r,y ^•MBUISJ now necessary uT^M budding 37 N • H Dr K -P'an |J *M iKht Ph.ios,,p h r ; ;iJ K p rpMdi n oitk;ria Z ,"/"-^ Games Party terhuod .„ gM gregation vuli hold on tfon laj %  ili ave Dec 20. ^ tryoosufh PAIN";* get JFAST RELIEF wtt The woy thowtartdic %  hysmant and dtMlitt, HMiSWKf AnjL.nB.J prvuiipi.on Thai „, Amu jinl cr bv' a coxfclnokw fi OfO.rd OCtivt mgrtditnti NS • g..ti lortor. looon IMOJ, pom ol heodocK*. nvf^ Ikon Anoca. ToW.< U, I WHITE COLORED DAY WORKERS SS 1 So ond For* DOMfSTIC Moid. HOTEIS Mo.d. P.rt.ri RESTAURANTS Kitchen Htlo ACE EMPLOYMENl IfT N.E. lot An. P>h. •-SS*' No Chart* to Kmployar i\ &ea/d**L *<" World's Largest Pest Control Company Call 2-1776 ol %  '*•! B'rMi L %  trt nrsMcnot J s. .1. Frpfdman M. Ilophan HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Wothmgt.n Avt., Miami Stock Betmttn fourth and fifth $t. 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iy, DECEMBER 17, 1954 *Jmlsti fkrifi-ir in Dedication lewish Home Iged Sunday Continued from P9 1 A address at the dedication low unit will certainly prove L Phillips. Home vice presivi H miroduce Col. Arvey. „ D ,, r to the community will tr ( .,l by Baron de Hirsch Meykc presidenl "f the Jewish [[or I he Aged, to be followed th,. dedication prayer offered hbi I.i-hrman. Idpating in the ribbon-cutCremony will be M. J. Ko|tz chairman of the Home's land Donald Owen Ablin, the fcck Ablins son. Leon Kronish, Temple Bholnni spiritual leader, will (he dedication-concluding letion. Kurman said ghat will then be led on a tour Memorial. tars of I he Jewish Home fbr S( .,l are as follows: Kurman, Judge Spaet, honorary eni: Kopelowiti, chairman of Hard; Ihrnbaum, vice piqsi...('> %  ( T. vice president; PkilKee president; Archie GreenEfaiuicial secretary; Mrs. Sol ,nan. corresponding secreIn. Hoses Krieger, recording |ar>: and 1'earlstein, execuBrector. leerof the Greater Miami |n'> Auxiliary include the fines Silverman, president; iin Appel. honorary presiJtavid Phillips, Herman JacPack Udell, M. Graham and Makovsky, vice presidents; ; Frankel, Baron de Hirsch • and Max Greenberg, honorpee presidents. Mesdames Frances Entine, pal secretary; Benjamin Hainan, recording secretary; Nat i and Manuel Tanenbaum, Minding secretaries; Morris el. treasurer; Nathan Feika, Kale Meidenberg. Anna Isidor Cohen and Morris f, trustees; and Krieger, parBtanan. PAGE 3 A View of the front entrance of the Ablin Memorial Winq The new unit faces NE 52nd st.. between 1st and 2nd aves. Pioneer Women's Groups Honor Two Aiiair to be Held lorth Shore JWV lib w a r Veterans of the States, North Shore Post Iauxiliary, announce their Joint membership party on pay evening, Dec. 18, at the 1 Intel. nbership chairman of the auxis Mrs. Milton Koch, and erslup chairman of the Post If Pearl man. liKhts of the evening will be ard of prizes to Mr. and Mrs. Crown, for their memberactivity. rking on the auxiliary cornare the Mesdames Florence Evelyn Le Vine, Frieda ParBa Jacobs. Kate Fodiman and Ehrenreich. The post corals comprised of Arthur SeleIdton Koch, Jack Pritt, Hennp and Sidney Crown. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT }19 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-5373 MIAMI. FLORIDA The 140 teen agers who are currently enrolled in "Kanot," the youth agricultural school on the road to the Negev in Israel, will remember the honors bestowed upon two Pioneer Women in Miami last weekend. Mrs. Mania Shubow and Mrs. Pearl Krieger were honored as "Kanot Builders" at the Chanuka banquets given by Pioneer Worn en's Club II on Saturday at the Royal Hungarian restaurant and by the Golda Myerson Club on Sunday at Beth David Auditorium, repectively. "Kanot Builder" certificates for $1,000 were given both Miami women in recognition of "their many years of devoted service towards the completion of this village" where eventually classes of 400 Israeli youth will learn the skills necessary for redeeming the Negev. Funds which Club I will raise at a Chanuka party on Wednesday evening, Dec. 22 at Kneseth Israel Congregation social hall are earmarked for the school. An Israeli movie will be shown and refreshments will be served. Kadimah Chapter members are also pooling the proceeds of their Chanuka celebrations for "Kanot." Mrs. Leo Goldman, chairman, has scheduled Chanuka parties with traditional potato latkes for: Dec. 19, Sunday evening, at home of Mrs. Robert Cole. 2131 EW 21 ter. Dec. 19, Sunday evening, at home of Mrs. Leo Goldman, 2655 SW 25 ave. Dec. 21, Tuesday, 1 p.m., at home of Mrs. Rose Fogelman. 1790 SW 22 ter. Dec. 21, Tuesday. 12:30 p.m., at home of Mrs. Michael Fiedler, 2368 SW 4th st. Dec. 22, Wednesday, evening, at home of Mrs. Albert Berson, 5130 SW 5th st. Dec. 25, Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Cele Segal, 1819 SW 9th st Dec. 26, Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at home of Mrs. Jacob Raff el, 2740 SW 26th st. Mrs. Mary Tarakan, 327 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, will be hostess to the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations for its monthly meeting, Monday evening, Dec. 20th. The Bas Mitzvah of Bonnie E. Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, 3542 Flamingo dr., will take place Saturday, Dec. 18, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. 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PAGE 4 A aV*** #> ttrrirfinr Published every Friday ilnee 1927 by the Jewish Floriefcan at 12t N. E Siath Street, Miami It, f\oris M P>Friday. D : 17. 1951 Number 50 v 22. I liaiuika The celebration of Chanuka. the eight-day Festival of Lights, begins at sundown on Sunday evening. The holiday narks the struggle of the Jews against the Syrian monarch Antiochus, who sought to impose pagan beliefs upon them some twenty-one centuries ago. Led by the Maccabeans. the Judeans fought the overwhelmingly superior forces of the then world's mightiest nation and were victorious after five bitter years of struggle. We of course recall that the first act of the triumphant Jews was the cleansing of the desecrated Temple in Jarusalem thus the name of the festival. Chanuka. which means "rededication." More important, however, was the fact that the victory over Antiochus insured the survival of Judaism for future generations. It is in this rsgerd that we may look upon Chanuka as a symbolically meaningful celebration throughout our history, for the Jews have eternally and everywhere on earth waged a battle to preserve and nurture their culture and tradition. This year's observance of Chanuka will be marked in the midst of American Jewiy's Tercentenary celebration, and the Festival of Lights will take on added significance for us. We think there is a striking parallel between the handful of men who fought with ancient Mattathias against the Syrians and the early Jewish pioneers who struggled to found this great nation. For out of the pagss of American history have come concepts of religious liberty and political security that affirm the sacred meaninq of the spiritual goals which the Maccabees sought to recapture. Chanuka will thus be an especially joyous festival for us this year. Celebrating the ancient Jewish triumph of freedom over oppression, we will also be marking the emergence of this nation, which holds the principles of justice and human dedication so dear. Hartley Cruin Speaks Bartley Crum. internat.onally renowned attorney and actively identiiied with previous Presidential administrations, will address a Chanuka festival Tuesday evening in the Algiers hotel. South Florida Zionist Districts are sponsors of the affair, and they will present a gift to the Jewish State of $25,000 in Israel Development Bonds. The story of the reemergence of Israel in our time is closely identiiied with Jewish aspirations for universal peace, and the role that Develpoment Bonds play in that rebirth is certainly a major one. Mr. Crum will bring to the Chanuka festival a messcge relating to the industrial growth in Israel which seeks to strengthen the independence achieved by the young republic on the battlefield in 1948. Greater Miami Jewry should be on hand to hear this message. i oal Announced Annual national conference of the U: Jewish Appeal ended in New York last weekend with the adoption of a S99.521.275 campaign goal for 1955. William Rosenwald. Jewish leader and philanthropist, ha= been named to succeed Edward M. M. Warburg a3 UJA general chairman. Mr. Warburg will henceforth occupy the n3wly created post of Appeal president. The goal announced in New York indicates the extent to which leaders of the American Jewish community rscoqnize the many problems facing Jews throughout the world today. Thi3 sum must certainly bring home to all of us the emergent needs of a shaken North Air> can Jewish community, Jews seeking to flee unfriendly Near Eastern and European countries and the many services in Israel supported All of which is a reminder thai the 599,521,275 goal fixed nationally in New York will be more easily achieved ii our local Combined Jewish Appeal drive in Greater Miami receives this area's wholehearted support. Let us remember our CJA by giving Life Dollars and our volunteer services wherever necessary, by UJA. CHANUKA 1954 The Spirit of Judah Maccabee is Still Alive lledicnlhm Sunday The Jewish Home for the Aged dedicates its Jack Ablin Memorial Wing on Sunday at Douglas Gardens. National and local leaders will be present to witness the ceremonies. Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged has elicited much praiseworthy comment during its brief history — and rightly so. For the programs of the Home have done much in assuming the burden of productively caring for those in the community who can no longer fully care for themselves. In April, 1953, The Miami Herald commented: "The Jewish Home for the Aged is moving with humane practicality toward easing the lot and spotlighting the triumphs that old age can achieve under intelligent, heart-warmed direction." On the occasion of the Home's citing thirteen of its residants with "honorary degrees." the Miami Daily News said: "Even though their remaining years are numbered they have been inspired, through tender and intelligent care, on entirely new adventures." In our own columns. The Jewish Floridian remarked in October of last year: "Today, the institution has been singled out as a Home for the Living, where age is no deterrent to fruitful activity, and it is continuing its forward strides with the forthcoming construction of the Jack Ablin Memorial Building." These observations, and many others too numerous to mention, indicate the progress which has been a hallmark of the Jewish Home for the Aged since it received its charter a little more than ten years ago. Our Greater Miami community seems to have grown almost overnight, and the Home has kept pace with that growth, achieving its present position of preeminence as one of the most respected of organizations devoted to the feld of geriatrics. The Jack Ablin Memorial, which is a milestone in Ihs development of the Home, indiextent to which Miami Jewry has wiTno to help carry the burden of providing an atmosphere of harmony and wellbeuig for its aged. Only a mature community reckons with this specialized problem. Supplying a reason for tq to those who feel rejected because they can find little or no outlet to express themselves constantly searching for the means to further its own development and to enlarge its own facilities for Jewish institutional requirements, the Home and Greater Miami Jewry show the unstinting degree to which they are payinq heed to their responsibility in the field of care for the aged. The Jack Ablin Wing is but another step in the direction of further progress for the Home Those attending the Sunday ceremony will pay their respects to an institution whose achievements are noteworthy, as well as to the late Mr. Ablin. whose community consciousness was keen and who would take great satisfaction in the identification of his name with Miami s Jewish Home for the Aged. During The Week ... \ t SfJe y LEO MINDLIN SITTING AT a newdealt day after day I .. ,, bow n ..:i> little "new r ,,1 aj often is th.tension which had built up t,>,, „„,',''''""' J w months back: theapparent change m oui \ '* %  which iDO chance at all but a modifii d lor "tM ed by our government afti r tl %  u i ""* li)48 if we have "suddenly" decided not ed at this decision aft. r careful i I-KI,',-, *H Tripartite) Declaration, and this || ,-, turning back no| tk If. in Europe, our ;..i'!. -rs have made i d< finite stand ol an independent and militarily viable G !" • %  i,.'", h ln,he after that nation's utter destruction by (hi '"> before %  decide hi Lnce the eriou r '\"* long agrarian plan for %  dfltootod Third Reich, (his I.',,'!' If. in Formosa nee Taiwan, we have determined t'hJi""** tnteretf is boat protected by a pro i ; ,. v a „ t r ur *Irresponsible Republican charge of the "China II out "tahh hack. If. m Japan, the democratization process which we"" in-tituted and supported seems now to fall awaj tx i if secret movements, this is a turning back If the Soviet Union is now our enemy when, in 1945 ., troops were withheld from storming Berlin 50 that :li.y might simultaneously upon the city with advanced he [J thiis a turning back. ALL OF this is by way of sayinfahat th historic!! cyclical; and that the individual everfnmu-t not obscan tl tableau of experience. Our irreconcilable il \:th uar Union return us to the pre-recogniti.jnil.A 1 ssg first Roosevelt Administration. The Imperceptible lipping Japan from the Western orbit hr;ngs us bad "(codh tween that nation and a then emerging I'hn [,, r d.>mtnatwty Asiatic controlled Far F>st. Our relative!* recently determine of supporting Nationalist <*hina to the point where e ha\e n Pciping that an attack on Formosa is tan' with da Army uncovers the pages of history which re. 1 the heydatJ Kuomintang and those ascendant years when Madame i.'hianj'i to Washington meant the full diplomatic In "ur part genefOUl gifts to her from our Treasur) And so .me could go on and on. describinf the manner 1: men reach back to make of their future whit was me their pat unfortunate thing in this regard is that America has not yet 11 a point where it is capable of making the cyi ratted experience pay off. How many of us. for example can look with upon the recent decision of the Eisenhower Administration toat gress to cancel scheduled tax reductions as a realistic approachn problem of a continuing cold war? We can. if we regard ourselves as politically "mature," aj this is a clever Republican move aimed at embarrassing an iq Democratic Senate and House in the 1956 national election c But how many of us will remember then Gen Eisenhower*! speeches when, in 1952. he incessantly pinpointed New Deal-Fair spending 1 This sort of seeming paradox is DO) .dune a -pike a nomic philosophy upon which Mr. Eisenhower may be subs impaled. There are larger issues which may snag the Party here represents THE PROBLEM relating to China is one of these For inn life is inextricably bound to military' tradition, the President i larly pacific and extraordinarily sensitive to aggression The licans. who during the past twenty five years have made pfti their political campaigns by calling the Democrats a ar party.' find themselves disturbed by their leader bd %  1 a be insists BM tience in dealing with Red China's provoking actions. This turning back, in the face of wise Presidential oppositioi sents a double dilemma For the myth of Western-led aggresooikl Far East is here envisioned upon a beachhe.nl ol a oncerejeda tionalist China. Some leaders most urgently calling for 1 "1 war include such men as China Lobbyist Sen William Knoihajj California, whose .. ry remark in Washington and .very argumear Mr Eisenhower are so apparent as to be emharr.is-in^. and pro* China Lobbyist Alfred Kohlberg. whose latest pressure technnjal elude naive letters to the editor of far-flung and unimportant tions like the Miami Daily News (December 14. 1954) Were our nation a part of the vast historical tradition n Britain, for example, finds itself, it could lock upon the pr rearward turning and cycles of human experience and profit ably. The double dilemma to which I have referred would tha exist The initial rejection of Chiang Kai-Shek was based, iwajl things, on the honest recognition that he was nut the lea *[ Chinese people. And if it is our present equally honest beW Mao Tse Tung cannot be regarded as their repn •-. -ntative must at least face the fact of circumstance ranther than the wishful thinking. England's willingness to recognize Red China. ..Iih<>ugn 11 motivated by economic consideration*, looks tow ird the time viforoua Pelping might become, like Tito, an errant child inform. This would place the burden of ir.it national upon the Soviet Union rather than upon the western w r *WERE WE like Britain conscious of the turn ol h %  \.n compete with (he Rui ians for Peiping's -'''' \MM hastening the advancement of a monolithic "Peopli i; r V ) J i f subsequent spin with Moscow The pro.d ol tin h "'\ Jlf fact that, apart from the U.S.. the Soviet Union 1•' r ,; ,,by J[^i| the intimately concerned nations of the world th hina's recognition Si the I'N for these \: But we are unfortunately historically short sightt d T^ B military and industrial ascendancy has come all t '| 1 L£.l| have scaled the heiglf than two centum • "I >""! independent government. -^aj Thus, the Kohlberg* think and Sen Knowland %  'P caB .3*l "pla is reported in the ranis of the Republican Al n i,n *Sr ntary Dulles warns Peiping that aggression again-t horm ^KL dealing with the American Army while Britain l ,plorC! !^iH to the possibility that recognition of Red China mi '^vL^0i blessing. Only the Soviet leaders stand to gain from tnis They, whose birth came with the birth of their revolution^^ J rapidly touched upon the secret of historical understand"* „, speak ol their long-range plans for ultimate world (1,,m, "2Jnt"5 not busy ourselves with warning one another that c ^r trap to lull us into dropping our military guard duriw I These things we understand in them, but we >•"> p w#|W rJ the lesson to our own diplomacy. The survival of tne ^o*< may very well depend upon the rapidity with wnil,, 1 w 'J u( ne ^ to recogniie the larger meaning of history and the rew tanec of specific even:



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3AY. DECEMBER 17, 1954 n Age Group Offers Service Trophy l spirit of Mutts*) the e!ub that accomplished the f w conducted Sunday at moal io community pork ni Jewish Cominu-1 Thome of the confen Center girls club.; -Teen Agegj Take Their :•!., J^istlhridlirtr PAGE 5 A i. announce I tO mbled delegates present i trophy |h t ,ii(i oi the Bchool y—r to was ace in Community Life The surprise announcement was Goodman • on the i mel div %  'i"! opened I he conference Efraim H Gate, GMJCC exec I in inreit s rth are more math in ever before." ich ii ,h i ho %  %  i that li !> standards for club acti' ity and in ttvkUial behavior. He also told the delegates that i! was im•!i M to shar • their problems and their ideas with parents, At the closing dinner session, from more th in 30 Center-sponsored clubs heard Mr n pn sid nt, Jewi th AJCongress Meets 1 American Jewish Congress, h.ipti r, will have a reguhr mc-ting in the form ol a Chanufca party at the Algti rs note) Dec. 27, 12:30 p.m. Social Service Bureau, offer them i and encouragement for interest in the community. £• ~-~> — —^--/ r E A STAR HOUSEWIFE! ... Use only KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED IN K#en &JUAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks,. pets, pant, bathroom* up to twice a easy, twice as fast... 'hank, to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain I FAB FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formota FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product, plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab m actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps. m FOR MEAT AND £% DAIRY DISHES *T Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent §grn" to hands with VEL __ % 



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PAGE 6 A UbftM thrkMar ^^3^1 Rosenwald New UJA Chairman Continued from Page 1 A standard "t giving "immediand nibstantii Dr, Joseph %  Sehwarti execu irice chairman ol the UJA since IQ61< who was persuaded to n main until the end ol It i ^ ecutive head of the organixa Hon. made %  passionate appeal to the delegates for maximum allocs lions by the communities lo the l nited Jewish Appeal He empha sixed Israel needs and the excep tum.il situation of the Jews In the Moslem countries In North \frica. and urged all communities to toilow the "pre-eampaign budgeting" system in which UJA requireraeata .-I onM be Civ on proper attention Israel Finance Minister Lovi Bah hoi ad Iresslng the deli ed upon Ann lean Jews to Increase their support Of the I .IA to h. lp offset the gradual decline hia eountr> faces in United states and other outside aid He stressed that Isreel has sun not absorbed all the immigrants arho have come to It, and is tared also by a now W.I.I of miss immigration, Israel WOUM hae the fun,Is tor this, be indicated, but continued Arab hostility is draining these off for programs of national defense "Refusal of the Aral) states 10 make peace forces us to carry a heavy burden of expenditure for armament." Mr. Eshkol declared. adding that Israel has no other choice since "We simply cannot afford to find ourselves weaker than the Arab SI %  whk h i I u h %  .nod enmity to the frk ndahlp we offer them Bruce McDaniel former director of the United tions Mission m Israel, told the that "while Israel I rest, this i,i critical tune In Israeleconomic lite" it is a tune ho said, when more. rather than less, effort" should be made "to capitalize on what h is beam done, and to continue net cary social welfare and educational work." Mr HcDaaiel, who served as I head of the t S Mission between j 1951 and mid>1SM, said that Israel's people "look forward with | faith to the time when their country Will no laager depend on out side help But at the present time, he declared. Israel needs continu-1 ed support" In this fiscal year alone, he pointed out. Israel re quires from outside sources about' $125 for every man. woman and ; el.ild in the country in order to meet its budget for foreign in Israel Ambassador Abba S. Kban. addressing the final session, told the delegates that "Western statesmanship baa progressed* 1 in its apptociat ion of Israel's security pmb! least "Far from dismissing this | problem as nonexistent." he do dared, "the U aders of Western na%  > openly declare their un-, ndirtg of Israel's sense of ap• SKW and \ iilnerabilit) and their belief thai measures can be foraiu lay those feelings." I \ r termed this "di* tinct i agt" a*. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right) accepts an ornamentalfc nuka monorah presented to the North Shore Jewish Ceaii Harry Hirsch, artist, and Isaac Hirsch. who donated 3 norah in memory of his wife. Unveilinq ceremonies wj]U place at the Center during Friday evening services. Michorl Zulrrnick Zuckernick Back From Korea Service • 1 • MM h tel Zukemlck has returned from Korea after one and I halt years of -er\ ice in that in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the I S Army He received his commission in .Tune 1952. attended JAG School ;•! the I'niversity of Virginia in ittesville and was thereafter ed at Camp Rucker. Ala until he went overseas In Korea. Zukernuk served ... % %  counsel it SSI • huh 'iand '.-. ifaM l the K 4 Mi I %  (0 the I Wni Zukernick Pi Lamb fraternttj \. Beta EpsUon legal fraternity and an editorial board n.i Lau QuarHe will be associated with hi Harry Zukern.ck. in the CC of law „• fl n rd M ami Beach Teddy I. Sokolsky, son of Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Sokolsky. 4301 Adams ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Dec. 18, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Hebrew Academy Annual Function Slated Monday Hebrew Academy parer*.' -s .r.r.u.1 Show Me • bare scholastic -peeial pruje' Nth the Hebrew and ERdisn Q>. R-bbi Alexander S principal, announced f outlines of the school'.* •1 and dramatics programs %  e outlined by Mrs Jack Donr and Mrs Miller, dramatics director • -demy John w u-s.^. I education director, will dis• of the school. According to Mrs Charles Gertler. president, a skit entitled "The Last Menorah" will be presented in honor of the Chanuka fest.val. Judge Seidman to Speak At iSSB Boor. Meeting Mrs Leo Ackerman. president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. this week announced that the program of the next agency board meeting will present Judge Saul Soi in,.,i. ol Hartford, Coan Judge Seidmafl Is national chair: tho social planning adt isorj committi 4 the Coaaeil ol Jew\\ elfan Funds. Mrs Ackern that "the Council's special reports have been helpful in enabling US here r on n pro%  ol Jadge an in our meeting provides .i rerj HBusaal opportunity for oar community representatives to ss> ihjetta with the utMeeting Mill be devoted to community planning and the nature of the participation of a Jewish familv agencv in planning A number of local developments will also receive consideration. Mrs. Ackerman revealed Among these u the decision of law Welfare Planning Council to conduct a general community survey of family and child care needs and a proposal that there be a central information and referral service for Dade Count) The meeting will be held on Tuesday evening. Dee 21. at the hoase of Mr and Mrs Stanley C Myers Beach Council Discussion Group Meets Tuesday Beach D uncil of Jew%  bold it* nest disgroup at 1 30 p as on Tue*da>. Jan 4 in the home of Mrs Charles Roeeegarten. 58S0 Pinetree dr rm and make-up will be the topic of discussion for the afternoon Two instructor* from the Miami Models College will lead the discusScheduled is a demonstration riven by Miss Renee Graff Louis Lipton will discuss dietary science Sisterhood Holds Tea; 'Mazol Night' Scheduled Tuesday, Dae 21, at i p m.. Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Institute will hold a Chanuka tea at the home of Mrs Bather Lerman, president. 721 86th st Mrs Lerman will be assisted by the Mesdames Betty Rosenberg, Frances Lilian. Irene Smith and Rosalie Steiner Sisterhood also announces a "Mazol Night" function Monday evening. Committee includes Irene Smith, chairman. Rosalie Steiner. cochairman. Etta November and Cecilia Wort man. Amity Club Dance Amity 28 Club will feature the music of Hal Maikm's orchestra •'annual chanuka dance at the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Satur!'•. 18. Youth Discussed Gil Rappaport. Florida director of the Zionist Organization of America, will address the members of Miami Beach Lodge. B*nai B"rith. weekly luncheon meeting on Tuesday, Dee. 21. 12 noon in the I>I I ido hotel. Rappaport'a subject will in"American Jewish Youth of 1955." Diamond Named Beth Tiilah President Israel Diamond has been named r>' Wf~ dance on Sunday Dec a-ablanca hotel Ona Lowe ifund n*4Q man. Members of the ur^M committee are Sandy FroBtT Basch. Ruth Dixoe, no'V 8 Milly Noodleman. and IW wartzman. Sholem Lodge. B'noi B nth. sponsored installa tion ceremonies of Shield of DoTid ; Svi day evening at Beth Dand Synagogue, with Judge MUton Friedman acung a *j2a*l \ J Shown n ft to ^


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f nrrEMBER 17, 1954 Hrman Hew on president i AZA Chapter Plans Installation of Officers ["T Association of Great-, Newly elected officers of the "has elected Rabbi Irving Shield of David Chapter A.2.A. Temple Emanu-EI spirwere installed on Thursdaj eve %  tier to succeed as presininjj at Beth David Synagogue Cl'association Rabbi Sim: The chapter is under the spun I „l Mi inn Hebrew School sorship of Sholem Lodge B'nai Vgation. Bri,h to office ol secretary was Installing officer v.„., JUUB : Ifred Waxman, spiritual Milton Friedman Following the %  .JgWtoftHry W, PAGE 7 A Judge pdman. Followin \\,.l Miami Jewish Ceninatanati.ui. ....„,.,( ,. .„. !i, going -<-cretary is Rabbi of Davui chapter h ., ,, i.,., Jtbramowitz, North Shore cale of clai .u, ma renter spiritual leader. Cf icers will not %  aume Architect Honored L„a until lifter the begin%  Janu.ny 1955. Architect I.enard II. Gla %  of Miami Beach has been awarded a scroll in ceremonicstaged by the North Dadc Jewish Center for his "philanthropic efforts and architeciiincil Schedules _ig of Film Light In Israel" will be tural services" to the congregation. ieof the Chanuka meeting Glaaser designed the renter's new ...,;. National Fond ('nunhnilrlint? /in Wast Dixie *>• %  • hfisfa National Fund Coon Eeater Miami Wednesday [in the Hebrew Academy. picture. "First Steps^ thown Special Chanu building on West Dixie hwav. Chairman of the evenl was Dr. William K. Boris. The Center's isj^^ujjritual leader is Rabbi Henry ilOr^Bkolika. will be presented by the Irani chairman Jack FishGroup to Nominate on JNF Tag Day. to be; Nomination of of tiers will be III',!,, night. Dec. 25 and held Monday evening by the Great[in2'i. will be given by er Miami Hebrew Free Loan Asso>avi's. eiation at d Mrs. Jack Dei i-l.Milan, honorary' pre>iCouncil and chairidio project, will reI special chanuka to be held Sunday. 450 SW 16th ave. Proceeds for Hospital Mrs boflig Wolfe, dinner dance Chairman for the Miami Chapter of National Children's Cardiac 1 I % % % %  announces thist si., are >! %  ill,,.,, HI reservations. bridge Tourney Thursday Dr Norman .1. Riiss. chairman of li • bn Ige tournament project of lh Men's Club of Temple Beth h" om announces the next tournamenl on Thursday evening, Dec. 23. in the Temple's banquet hall. Winj tiers "i the last tournament were r, Benjamin Tanner and Mike Kaplan, Herbert Abrams and Don%  aid Rubin, Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Mrs. II. Hugenol and Mrs. Ralph Cobb and MrWilliam Yanowitz. .lack A Abbott is president of the Mi i, s club. Golf Instruction Resumes Golf Instruction at the Greater Miami .lewi.-h Community Center, Town Branch, has resumed its third season this week. North Shore Club Has Officer Installation Installation of officers of the Young Adult Group of North Shore Jewish Center took place Sunday evening at the Monte Carlo hotel, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz actin; as installing officer and guest speaker. The club consists of some 250 young men and women. Officers installed were Stanley Brody, president; Sue Sheappard. vice president; Mildred Schachler. treasurer; Elaine Berman. corresponding secretary; and Disa Kansol, recording secretary. Monthly Meeting B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will hold a monthly meeting at Belli David Svnagogue Tuesday evening. Chanuka program will be presented by Debs chapter of B'nai B'lith Girls. Chairman is Mrs. Belle Herman. Debs advisor. IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian: The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, in consonance with the expression of all religious bodies in America, herewith issues the following declaration and call to iN constituents: New Year's Eve, this year, falls on Friday night. We call upon our Jewish brothers and sisters of the community to abstain from desecrating the Sabbath by celebrating j New Year in the secular manner. As the new calendar year dawns for mankind, let us turn to our Hebrew prayers, reciting the Jewish hope.for universal peace and brotherhood. May the new year 1955 brin£ harmony to the nation and serenity j to the world. Rabbi Simon April. President, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami Rabbi Kaplan to Speak Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. president of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women, announces a Chanuka patty on Wednesday. Dec. 22. 1 p.m., at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, will speak. Forum Tuesday Jewish Inquiry Forum, sponsored by Beth El Academy, will meet Tuesday evening in Yeshiva Hall. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will discuss "The Case of Nazarene Retried." Henry Weiss is general chairman and moderator. ieon Monday ip n| Hadassah anuncheon at the home of I Miller, 4542 Sheridan lay, Dec. 20. 12 noon. i I'll Rdppaport is chairMcl Dance Due once, president of i of the National • i a-diac Hospital, arti/ation's annual | anc on Tuesday, Dec. 28. ,.,i ten # reservauona are n I Mrs. Harold AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS 7 CHOICE fratickiu Approved b> ii i went to the Ii' • %  : i gave their apI bus franchise fur Railwaj Co. The one which sotApril. C ft £ £ T I N G $ 'fet Piek-Vp and Delivery • Phone 2-9493 BRICKELL POINT I SERVICE STATION Wns SMvici PRODUCTS %  lion, Creating, Washing and fishing. Mechanic en Duty 01 SOU;.* MIAMI AVfNUE C K £ £ r I N C S PM0NI 64-9207 Mark fochj Mark's fcrviee Station 0 A 0 SERVICE pH IN SHIlt PRODUCTS |W0 N.W. 27lh AVENUE [Corner N.W. 20th Strati MIAMI, FLORIDA MEANS [KOSHER |00K FOR IT ON THE fACKAGES YOU BUY AIM Products have M^icol SvjMrvisien Not a powder! Not a grind! 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PAGE 8 A • $*m ubltorkHarL FRIDAY, Candlelight Rites Unite Miss Schrager And Morton Ming A candlelight, double ring ceremony in the Algiers hotel united Sandra Schrager and Morton Lang in marriage Nov. 27 Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. The bride la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrager, 300 Meridian ave Miami Beach She was attended by Roberta Sugerman. maid ol honor. Nits Lang, Joyce Chedroff, Mrs Stephen Tokarski, Gladys Gewet* and Joyce Schrager, lister ol the bride, junior bridesmaid Roxanne To karski was flower girl Mr Lang's parents are Mr and Mrs Moe Lang, 8811 Dickens ave Surfside Herbert l.cvine WBS best man. Ushers were Don Kaplan. Barr) Miss Harriet Maanatja Brick man, Appel Engagement Told Four >ears ago in hiuh achool Harriet Hnckman met Charles \|> pel and now they're betrothed She ithe daughter ol Mr and MrMel Krickman. 61 NW lOOth st. who are announcing the coupleengagi n She attended Miami Beach High and Beth Israel Hospital school in Nets York Charles, son of Mr and Mrs Ma\ App< 1. 1830 Marseilles dr No) mandy isle, has on,' rear of col lege to complete R graduated in in Miami Beach High attended n L'niversit) ..-id inoe a Miami (mil Linn Fiancee Of I)r. Silverman Mr and MrMidon l.mn. 5515 PiM Tree df., Miami Beach, announced Hie engagement of their daughter, Gail Roads, '•• "' i*oa ard M Silverman at a cocktail ,,.„i\ at their home last night. Ml-I Inn attended Miami B BCfa I high 1 %  '"<' %  <" Braduated |;om Cascadilla School. Ilhaca. N Y She will receive her BA degree from the Universitj ol Miami in August ol 1858 She i~ president of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority Di Silverman is the aon ol Mr ami Mi-s ,i.,< k Silverman, 2M< t base Miami Beach He received bil KS degree Ironi the College ol Willlam and Man and his Ml) faMB Vale Univendty, school ol medis Birth Recent births t n lhe !" area mc: udf ,* 126,h *£? ^ Mark ,\|;,n son of Mr a Irwin I'ack. 1390 N E Jj*l Mr Kevin Frederic Arthur I Mr Harbor dr cine litIs a member ol I'hi Beta KapMrs. Morton 1*119 Sugerman, Harvej Schweber and Bob Gordon \ formal dinner was served alter the ceremon) Mr and Mrs Lang will rest 780 NE l(ith s t MrLanfj was graduated from Miami Beach High School and at tended the University ol Miami Mr Lang attended schools in New York and is the owner ot Whole sale Kruit Juice Distributors Klkins Announce Barbara Jo's Troth Miss Barbara Jo Elkin is the fiancee ol Marvin F Schemmel, Merion Pa parents, Mr and Mrs Mas Elkin. Royal York hotel, Miami Susan Lapof to Wed Her First 'Date' Susan Carol l.apoi was introduced to her fiance Marvin Shan kin. in high school by his younger sister, Sana best friend Mar\in waher first date \ M they're planning to be married Jan 1 in the evening at the Sterling. hotel Miss Lapof 1the daughter of Mr and Mrs David Lapof, 832*1 Crespl blvd., Miami Beach While attending Miami Senior High, she was a member of Quill and Scroll and the Honor Council, the Flag Miss tartars EHia and Mt t'lemells Mull ull Bounce the engagement Tin bride-elect attended Beaver Miss Gail Honda Linn pa Phi Alpha social fraternity, pa pre-id, :>t of Phi Delta Kpsilon. medical fraternitj Presently interning al Jackson Memorial Hospital Dr Silverman will starl his residency there in internal medicine next July. A spring wedding is planned. Sponsors' Tea Slated At Weitz Residence A Sponsor's tea. to enroll new Sponors of Israel, will be given by Mrs Max Weitz in her home. 4201 Royal Palm ave on Thursday. Dec. I '23. at 1.30 pm. according to Mrs Monte Belig, Oreater Miami chairman of the Women's Division. IsIrael B4.11IGuesl speaker a* the tea will he MrAlexander Sim-on. of the National Board of Go ve rnors for Israel B >nds and W-jm*n\ Division >\ cutive committee Mrs Staaaon 1also \ .itional Hadasiah chairman f"r Bonds 1 hair man of Sponsors .. t Israel for the Greater Miami area is Mrs Anna Wolf Hirsrhman On the Sponsor's tea rnmiarttrs are the Mesdatanea S a m Blank. William Miss Jee* I. Orlim Orlins Announce .hum's Engagement Mr. and Mrs Harry B. Orlin, of 1910 SW 7th st announce the engagement of their daughter. Joan Lois, to Jacob S. (Buddy) Kornman. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Senior High School and now attends the University of Alabama She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority Mr Kornman is the son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kornman. Nash ville. Tenn He is now attending the University of Alabama, where he is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Chi Alpha Phi. honorary statistics fraternitv. The couple have not yet decided on their wedding date. Proceeds for Building Fund Rabbi Abraham Herson. spirit ual leader of Tifrreth Israel Northside Center, will officiate at a Chanuka party sponsored by the congregation and Sisterhood on Sunday evening. Mrs Jacob Saul, chairman, will be assisted by David Collins, Mar shall Comis and Martin Weiss. Proceeds are for the building fund. Mitchell Brent. *,„„[; Mrs Harvej Hahn. 3920, ave ''" r "' I*. nil Mrs Abe Siskin. 8430 Harr Darin Gerard. <„„ MrHenry Taub. 1725SW1 Judith Pave, daugl Mrs [saiah Moyel, 1253 T> dr. Sarah w dauehtrr 0 f Mrs. Alvin Winder 125 In Daughter ho'n to v r %  Earl Kuben-trin on N Son born tc Mr and Klein on I>. c 1. %m bom tn Mr and an. Silver on Dec 3. Dehra Ann. HaiiL'hter Mrs Robert BrodsM 40th si Ern-ssi Keith, HSJ of Mrs Ernest Kllcnbunj. 6tst st Jeffrcv Dana. • %  mafMj Behiamin l.ihman. 1208 Kim Leslie dauchtrr of 1 Mrs Max Koian. 637 Sg Evan Elliott. son of Mr. Jerome \t,,-.. 5685 SWIM] JamSu-an dauehttrol Mrs Frank Klein, 5841 SI, Melvin I-awrence -n %  Mrs Melvin Gold, 1875 Alice Brenda dau?hte and Mi. -• ph GohajsH SW 7th st Celia Maxine rl.vigkta and MrFrederick sw 12th st Michael Si itt, MM of Mrs Merrill Taub. ISM st Steven Ellis. -n of 'Jack Stein 2370 SW I Beth Linda dauehter of I Mrs Lawrence Crnssma, I NW 5th st Kenneth Wayne. son •} 1 Mrs. Max Goodman. 626* THE MAIC0 COMPANY, INI it eleasea 1 • easeeace the ••^••itfatenf ef MILTON S. MAIAKOFF M SOUTH flOBJOA DISTRIBUTOR far its MEBXAl ACOUSTIC INSTBUMEHTS A^iameters Train-ears SrefBetrees Hesrief A*. 1212 H vat.-, lea. Medical SW,., 1M $X First Street. Mkaal I" MMM 3-0110 "Wt rciaecf i*u eaefieJeiKe in HAIC0" MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY! PH0N sod gTaduated from MarBorStStehl, Jack A Cantor. Harry cum Junior Collef Gerstea Sydnej Ginsberg, Georgs Mr Schemmel is a graduate of Goldberg, Saaauel Lipton, Jack College and served in Mursrvchick, Sam II Boat, Jacob h N Shr and Louis Goldman oivt Youa CH:ID A CHANUKA GIET THAT W U BE ENJOYED THROUGHOUT THE YEAB Judith Yimngi>rman Studio h\mm *:cc£e.'; OtAtnt MfKHM 743 Doae Bo.lfvcrd Miami B^o.-h C£tr;;icATES AHAMDID Pkaae SS-0261 V^Jte Mis-Jl'i Oiaej. •< On. al tfc *••**"• IV*, itli.ee • Oeer • !-•••' "" 45 YEARS MIAMI it* WITHER V *N LitM Mi .Iff i OW Iff S# fCYT HOME 335 $ W. 12H. Ae. IE3 AILEN, Oirectar S*. 2 $417 an. ^)J7B tpSBla tllaSJ


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nrr.EMBER 17, 1954 L Ik-ldmuns to Mark Golden Wedding fersary at Coral Gables on Dec. 28 L Mrs Morris Heldman, I their daughter and son-in-law Mr : f ol •'(lcvcland. 0.. and[now and Mrs. Uonel (_'. ftosenbaum of I. 500 16th St.. Miami I Albuquerque. New Mex., w j|| pn .. +£[** nurktor, PAGE 9 A r iU (ii. %  "". O.IU.-I. .maim mniversary on Pec. 28th. | Beach, with an historic and rare |recepti n given by their Torah which they recently brought from Israel, i he dedication well fat 500 %  -----| %  ——i ..i.\. win prcri ll celebrate thnr 50th | sent Temple Emanucl, Miami T\ai> 911th I U......I, „...K .... u: uivei i recept"" ., n ,l son-in-law, Mr. and u g Goldman, M-n aum, of < leveland; Mr. and M %  i !;•, enbaum, Eileen and •>'>' %  %  Denver, Colo.; Lillian and Arthur Rosen baum. of Albuquerque; and Uene, Phyllis and Judith Goldman, ol Coral Cables IADY WITH BEAUTIFUL KOSHIR HOME POSITION WANTED WlSHtY TO *Wt DOt/ltE ROOM, twin REF | NED EXPERIENCED AMERICAN JEWbeds, next to both, to nice couple or |$n UOY, wishes position as compan2 ladies. Kitchtn privileges, separate ion to lady. Best of References. Tel. refrigerator. 1236 S.W. 22nd Avenue. 58-9272. Reasonable. -—-——---------——— WIDOW WISHES TO SHARE HER BEAUTIFUt PRIVATE HOME, lovely grounds in S.W. section with couple ; or woman. 2320 S.W. 25th St., Phone 4-6261. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE *7 M. E. Stn Street Phone S-8401 .lEICENBERQ. Owner WE SPECIALIZE IN THOSE HARD TO CLEAN ITEMS SUEDES, KNITTED-WEAR, COCKTAIl GOWNS and EORMAIS EXCEL CLEANERS 1 7 34 S.W. 22nd Ave. Dial 48-6698 ] / %  %  Stephen Ma/off Stephen Maloff Bar Mitzvah ;il Zamora Services Saturday Stephen Maloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maloff. 6117 Riviera dr.. Coral Gables, will become Bar Mltzvah during Saturday morning services of Zamora Jewish Center. Rabbi B. Leon BurwitZ Will officia'e and address the ennfirmand. Stephen will respond, with Rev. Rudolph Brill rendering the musical portions >>! the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah's father is one of Ihe founderof Zamora Jewish Center and currently i< enter president. Steph n attends Ponce dc Leon Junior High School where he is a member ol the hand. Kiddu.-h will follow the ceremony, with Mr. and Mrs. Maloff acting as host! in their son's honor. 10UCA7I0N PLUS RECKIATION A WHOLESOME COMBINATION OXFORD** SCHOOL rttr MIAMI BEACH DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COtlEGE PREP Member of American Schools and Colleges Association Mr. and Mrs. Morris Heldman Mr. and Mis Jerome Kimball. of 157 SE 12th st.. celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Columbus hotel. Cele! brating with them was their son. Sanford. recently admitted t<> the University of Miami Medical School. ir •& Dr. Samuel Gertman has just returned from Tallahassee, where he gave a paper on Present Day Concepts of Geriatrics at the 19th an nual meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences, Florida State University. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wes* ton. of Miami Beach, are entertaining Dr. and Mrs. Irving Rosoff, of New York. Dr. Rosoff is a well known dentist and lecturer. S Sgt. Julius Baida returned to the United States after serving 18 months in Korea and Japan. Baida is on leave in Miami and will be at home at 5831 S\V 10th st. until he reports back for duty in Cherry Point, N.C. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baida. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, of 160 SW 17th ct.. announce the birth of thidr daughter. Mana. Dec. 9. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chiel. % SmuAuu fet.*u the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS* •reg. is. pat. "ff. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. UUDERDALE WEST PAIM BEACH Complete Selection of Men's and Women's Apparel Fashions and Accessories Boys' and Girls' Wear Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics MORRIS BROTHERS 70 E. FLACLER PHONE $2-4641 'eul H. Suluk fSjiluk Bar Lili Saturday. |M ird Saluk. son'of Mr. George Saluk, 2255 SW '. Mi.nni. will become Bar •during Saturday morning lf lieth David Synagogue. Is an eighth grade student |ml'i;,h Junior High School. '• a member of the •* I MJ attends Beth David school, OUl of-town guests at the &' Will be the Bar Mitzvah's i Nnts, M r an( | Mrs A ,„. I". "I Patterson, N.J. Also | Mrs. Irvine. ci,.. i Sussman, Patter1 n Sunday afternoon at f will be held in Paul's 9500 SKIN TESTS PROVE •.. Rilmolive Soap Is Mildest! Better for Complexion Care! fd Mrs. i.h.yd Gardner, or 19th st announce the J their son. Lawrence p' Doctors Hospital Dec. 7 T"ents are Mrs. Sally Gard"* Beach, and Mrs. LiUian n Miami Great grandMrs. Esther Sonenblick. BETTER THAN ANY LEADING TOILET SOAP ...FLOATING SOAP ...EVEN COLD CREAMS Skin iperialiiu agree: milder smoother, brighter skin — thai cleansing is beller for your comSchoolgirl Complexion Look, piuion. Yets a mild soap means You'll find that I'ahnolive Soap let*JrriUtlOfl • more gentle is mildest of tlicm all— fur beUtT cleansing softer, smoother for complexion cure! skin. Palmoliva bring* you all ili,-,benefits because it's the mi'/.'' i't" then all, That's why ilf n V no oilier leading soap or cold cream get! skin thoroughly clean l\ ,i-l'ahnolivelSochange to PalsBsliTC ... see how proper BSiLJJS care with Palmolive brings softer. MILD I tOOK AT THE FACTS-PROVED BY 9500 SKIN TESTS Palmilnt li MWsr HIM Any Other Ittiiiit liiuty Seaf! FllKMIt Is MMtr tkaa leadmt White Flutist So ass 1 Pilstslivi Is Cm mm tkis Leading CoM Creams* I



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PAGE 10 A + lfrtsi}fkir*MML FRIDAY. ggMlt,, Israel Impressive, Rabbi Suys Jewish Floridian Feature Rabbi Irving Lehman, <>' Temple Bmanu KI. i> bad from an eaten %  tve tow through hraal Ha wni accompanied by his wile on the trip that had been proaintad to him by the Temple Kmanu KI congregation on the occaahw oi hi> tenth year in their pulpit The biggaet thing current in on in la irding to the Rabbi, ia buihlini "Wherever 1 vent." he saul. 1 was Impressed by the tremendous strides bi made Imhiatiiallj ivi \\.v Is today a treat metropolis Since m\ List visit in Israel i\ the amount ot expansion • mplj without measure Rabbi I ehrman i • perhaps the inent lies in the m aratt r pro Kut he added that these must be bttill in SUCh a u.,\ ..' %  ider thi N I a da] goea bj be said but tl bonier incident I infiltration is recorded The w is that the I 1 • '. l'he prot jst II %  The durii "He is tl urin \ • return them to the ,' u here re most i (or upbuildHe and Mrs I met I %  • lb brew tent al U %  %  He has I %  • I %  %  %  -%raaao aac Samuel Friedland (right. president of Temple Emanu-El. acs on behalf of the congregation a silver Kiddush Cup from' Rabbi living Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Temple. The brought from Israel by Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman and presented as a gift to the congregation. Presentation was made Friday evening when the Rabbi returned to the pulpit for the time since his trip abroad. f 3 s T Candlelight TnV NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT FuH Course Dinners Every DJ a. 8 S ] Charcoal Broiled Steaks Chops • S* foe. J KING SIZE COCKTAILS^* _P*W Ire* 4 t, 6 P.M. MMeWy rartiet m er private Diaiee B M Plan few Parties. I'-M,,,,, #r geef^ ^ Your Genial Wosfs-S-r'ne. .'ocobs So* Uita Opfree. II mjm „ y 2 pm. ^ mw i J V V *jf .is rtanrini in the sire. •v %  -, od. for the K\rab at com mm' •' Bent or four live •hat :•! Lehrman "The %  : .i 1 lit > have b> The t would I I much bvtall the building and ess v* it h t h and act.rly burgeonint: aa an burl of current Israel's life, the Rab' • vr >uch mat' DC their mindIgroaai Nr today and tomorrow. That is ir \! Ilnwdt n's Shell SorvM'*' GAS OtlS IUSR.CATICN T'ttS gATTHUS ;•!< M Arevaei See*Service" 2SC' M.W. 42>4 AirBmi •now aa-ein flamingo Kosher Restaurant Jo Open on Beach Wednesday Flair : Kosher Restaurant ill I • 743 W.i-h ih The restaurant will be umiVr th< natal k bei • %  rved the Grt ate* mmunity for many • • ite and in •i"nal (unctions >***""* m &m brW^ r-L vCQL'ST BROS t\\ 3RET1 D iGS Heap Ysonui •&*~T< pw. r .rfrj IHWI.V* BKAITV v\l.4)\ 652 N.E. I25th Straw* w^j. j*^ rtoh6a OPALICM KM IK.II TV SHOP MI2 S.W. 8* S*aw M^ r^ KOSHER BABY MEA 23' PER CAN i • • • i • • • *"T $| 0E IOUNO NEW YORK All IOUNO 1 kanaka i.rrriinq* :o tk:> L Oca MIAMI OFICC !UH OUJ LOCAL '"tHL j t o 0 c sts'AT e O" TILtTVPt '.seat t miirv 4*>eri*h i •mntnniiy aramore-neese 2751 5 Kosher Varieties: KOSHE* BEEF VIAl IAMB LIVER BEEF HEAll Strained for Infant* Chopped for Jvo CITY ICE FOR EVERY COOLING MEII plus the Finest in Air Condttioning Refrigef^j PorfaWe fevtront fHMn 'ce Keirig**^ PrWocp Display Cases Water Coo'v* fnh ami Fauhry tosplay Casts I 24 HOUR SERVICE • MOCKS •law CUCE3 aW ft. laudtrdolt CITY PRODUCTS C08?0^ FIOIIIA PI !$••" 637N.W. 13th ST., MIAMI PM ]



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nfCEM BEBJZag 54 **M llthrHton PAGE 11 A Lrs Attend Social [David Synagogue i go .leven un.l twelveU and wrls participated •"• Saturday IfUt. I jointly ''"ft ,ne h Community in %  MTi.-s of ni ,,. • vitiej to be inauivid. [he committee in ram w tlM S hreideU, presiI evltU, Pearl | Hugel, Ann Drastorenee HeroM. L included the Mesdames „,., Schwartz, Sohreidell, an-l Fi-hman lol Attention to All ISociol Function! (OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH Loncd Centrally Heated lows strictly observed POOL CABANAS LtrJftiv* Kosher Dinners eJ onidsf a distinctive nosohi'rp of charm and culture vations Phono UN 6-8831 Sharet Chapter Names Mignon Qaspn v Hflad 1 _i Sharct Chapter, ii'nai Brith, Kittv CrtT !" V f Tl C\f\ Women, lutail, n,,,, Sundil) J t ,., nftmP .-.. R.,m..„ ergeant Wet.tr I the gave, overtop EriaT' 5 MareS^WiTn "r;:;:;,,i,. dent, Sandra Urine, twuurer; B'rith Vouth Commksioner and Giadyi Zammit, recording .acreMil Barbara Oreen, Dlstricl B Southern regional president. Wax FisherV RESTAURANT 940 71 tt STRUT NORMANDI inE MIAMI BEACH HUNGARIAN SPECIALTIES DAILY TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS $2.50 Gefnte Fith — Coniomme — Noodlei and Mondel or MaUo Ball "OAST STUFFED HAtF SWING CHICKEN and all the Trimmings BAKING DONE ON OUR PREMISES Open Daily 4:30 p.m., Sundays 1 p.m. p n UN 6.3988 TENTH ANNIVERSARY at the ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT 731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH To acquaint the public with our delicious food we offer our full-course dinners at greatly reduced prices during the entire anniversary month •STAR RESTAURANT NOW OPEN DAIRY, VEGETARIAN & HSH 12 Yean Same Management Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Also A la Carte =1 t — t I I I t I • I I I I I 841 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Air Conditioned OPENING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, AT 4 P.M. MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT ami CATERERS at new location 151 COLLINS AVENGE MIAMI HK.MII Telephone 38-8! S3 TIDES JIMIOCIAN AT 12th ST. ANNOUNCING THE PEOPENINO OF O BFAUTIfUL OCt*'. FPONT Strictly Kosher Dining Roam Friday, Dec. 17 ) •••! PUBLIC IV* 'ONS 5-0701 OUR FAMOUS SIRLOIN STEAK $2.75 Hyman's Kosher Restaurant "Serving the finest Home Cooked Meals" Complete Dinners *m 1301 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4041 CATERING DIVISION FOR All Slit PARTIES R 0 S E D A L E RESTAURANT • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 9-7996 • %  T W •MTMWM whj. | IMIMM I W 58-7881 IJUJI ROOM lnociaT win OPENING WEDNESDAY December 22nd at 4 p. m. THE FLAMING KOSHER RESTAURANT 743 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF THE WELL ENOWN Sonntag Kosher Caterers Where the Hn.s, MM* i ll be Served at Reasonable Priee* FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-9952 /



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PAGE 12 A p .,.<> fPri-f*-*n • 4 Serbin, Chaikin, Ackerman Named to Form Business and Professional Group Heraldin in t IKI9S i h v i • in this | onal Di%  Heii [ J I Leo A '* and Profi %  I%  II ivirtui tioi Weinkle Will Head Initial Gifts Group i w einklc former hi ad ol Su| rmarkel cl %  jc civic has been named chairman Ji wish Api" al h in..I Di\ ision • ng to .in ..11 i uuncemenl b; > J \ ch lirm i S i Heiman Weinkl led his comi action %  once to plan thr 1 %  • i i • the Foi 'I he initial (tee wi • .. bruncl D al th s .. p N < ici li \\ einkli ha bi • n well know n in bi n. volenl acti\ it) • :\ .'ii .,presi%  Miami N \l and %  > wn v. i li wish i ommunit) i i n DI the nors of th Gi • ; ion u. %  ( ombii %  %  • %  erous it ions %  I the Rifts Divisii ; I'JA i • %  i' • -li c.i ; thi I ,..ii of Ihi N : 1953 %  ; • Istand Hi Ol .1. ,v ns ., n .1 v. ol the i i i\. • %  in a •i'l> as tl hest, and Drives i he l: il ...i i ..;•. I>I\ ision, preb ably i be most imporl u ml ill Itn• h \p| al, has been n tpon&ible aising funds ..i thi li %  r i vent %  ii and control in th:' tfivi sibilit) mu I be b; S rbin mai interihions nenl will %  ih Profes :. Gl OUP Hi play< d an ac I Mill. 'lull n il iirn m ol the Manufw Division last yew fl. Vckerman li.. %  been active in. Fedei ition since its inception in 1938 ;. n (I has •i i \ ed in mure campaigns than an) uther repn -i ntath e of his specific pr> I cultural proed ith the Universerved ..i. >ards ..i man) ei i ii i ii ati rnal i I ions : will anr commit' %  ips will IHsmall, compact, -nt moving units tion in an) reaof 1 %  by Hi The Business and P ns Division ibla tor it ball ol the I I \ • qui '.. It I •>,,. cted quota 100.000 maj be '' '" the forthcoming tampaign f.ir the Group FRIDAY, Twola^ 1955 CJA DnT i heuftal A new Combined Jewish Appeal chairman. Jack Corner (center is congratulated by Carl Weinkle (right), lormer campaign chairman and Federation president, and Sam J. Heiman. 1955 general chairman. Corner will head the Winter Residents Division in the current drive. Overflow Initial Cabinet Meet Greets Heiman as Local Leaders Mobilize \n overflow audience of Creator Miami's community leaders greet %  .I campaign chairman Sam J. Heith< first official meeting of tin ombined Jewish Appeal Cam i abinet held Thursda) at paign structure featuring a cum pletely revised approach in the Btuineas and Professions Division and expanded "miniature cam p.ugns" in the outlying areas of Hade County Heiman explained lo address he called upon every mem bi r ol the cabinet, as well as ovary member of the community to join forces in the one united campaign to meet human n ee ds in Miami U s and In braal Introduced to the group of 45 division ch in camiwas Morris Lanjburgh, aewl) appointed chairman of the Hotel Dm ion who welcomed the p to ;h" Si'.s Souci and uured ihe cabinet of his pat tonal devotion to the big job ahead Heiman outlined the new i ta> the Sani Souci hoteL In a spirited 1 the top level canapaignan that up wards of 2.500 volunteers would be reojairad to adequa'-'.. roach potential Rivers in ihe 16 municipal it it's aiij.uent to Miami and Miami i h H also tarmad tha needs of bund thousands of persons in the v h .-! a gent m the i-xt i. iI the hope that public spfriteJ c titan here "WOUid not '< t ihe.n stand alone in this tine of crisis and tension when those least able to care for themselves are the first to be victimized with ihe outi reak of dan ger and violence \s lor larael itself.' Heiman ted. "the new State is important to all American-, to every citiaan of tha Dee world" iipoints I mJl that the United | Jewish Appeal, major haaefJeiar) of funds ml—lid through the local i t.\ %  and since IBM h %  ived and %  a total ill 2M9J999 men. women and children In addition to the life a\ ma pro %  ram overseas and in Israel, the Combined Jewish Appeal benefits \ 1 more thnn 40 natiot il religious, cultural, civic defense, and educa tional institutions, Heiman pointed i |e emi hutted thai Gi Its Eiinfldri ,iibt| •"• I I and I'I iifi • BJ D.-.u in and Artie I El i r.-tcin, pn Beach realtor, w il itioa plui tail merchanti on Thiwill include, I Beach : i incsQ 71st and .r.her ping %  %  ..ilium "Bir ownerol the Vd Women's Division Meets Friday v men's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal will hold ol (heir Steering Conv i i I.I> morning lu 80 a.m., at th Mi Jack A. 12 North Baj r,l i hchairman >l the w i.nen'i Division, will which has po I v i Irving Lehr : tion > %  .ii 11 in nod ng Mrs. I ehr ley < ..limit '• e n" ml ( j rdi ax%  %  'it., name Ihe Womi a Division i hair 'lth .-ek • ? QF-I M/. ind Professions othi i ii.1.1 1 m \blin. the division was responsible tor m all nine high in solicitatici W i cami rs l.-d all bilit) to meating the proper i I of !... tha yoong and the fainil) Included m the all i n I of the uaited drive are eht vital Oeaatar Miami U l.eln i.n i ,. ts.,-,. ituhhon thing The) cant be dodged, disguised or evad red Reiaaaa. In Greater Miami the fact, we must face are th) vital humanitarian needs ol our people and our community CJA hi the hard dollars and ttrar to these ns ads ami il is up to uj to meet the challenge "ii ** A vote of confidence sras givan •i b) the rathilliaatir lunch DOUp The 155 Campaign Cabinet is comprised of the follow ing Mrs Jack Ahlln. Leo Acker man. Sidney An.sin, Sam Blank. Daniel Broad, Shepard Broad. Jack Carnar, I*o Chaikin. George Chert kof, Ixo Eisenatein, Sam Fried land. Charles Kruchtman. J r Mrs Louia C.lasser. Louis Goldman, Sam A QeMataia, Dr. Morris Goodman, Lsaia Heiman. Sam J Heiiiuni. Howard Kane Aaron M Kaimer, Aaron Kravit/ A lie Kurman, Morns LeantMargh, Sidney Ix-fcourt. Rabbi Irving -1 *rtic rhej s*J I, an to ew I'll. Gnm lurstta K .-chains "' '' u ... %  md *SS rollng .,.. Murkefti |.„.i planiual vitzRrouptJ mi ruesdaj w &f Jkr? Eisensteia *** sited that taM n Grestf] ,,i l| cuiniiHinity I ihe' p#' Top level Combined Jewish Appeal campaigners meet at the home of lack Corner Win Residents chairman, to plan a fast-moving dr ive for funds in this division. Shown clockwise left to right) are Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, director of Federation, David Phillips Carl Wein Idst, Arnold Seeder, Corner. Sam J. Heiman. Sam esnick and Howard Kane Lehrnian. Mr*. Irving Lehrman J r J.iktJ Sam Laveaaan, Abraham Mailman, bert 1 S** Baton de'llirsih Meyer. I I. Mint zer. Jack Muravc-hick. Stanley C Myers. Max OrovtU Dr. Kurt Peiscr, David Phillips. Jarob SIvKhet *• Carl WeinkhJ



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CECEMBERlTmS^ ^J^biLfhrldHar? PAGE 13 A Residents lan Picked j, fr prominent builder %  been mimed | f t he Combined Jewish Her R' 1,n 'Division, Minounecd by Sam J. hairman. been in Ihe construeyears in the and maintains fcinRy N v Through,l„. ... jnti r season, the I,.:,. ,,; 6458 I'inHrce dr. B „ gchii %  > (I an enviable (ommunity service, rephilanthropy in his ll,. js the founder and fn i ol Community SynaEe, and is presently an it president of this reItution. ri'n most active in the •riMon nf the United (ral and the fund drive Vnik Federation and an important role in hipaign for the United [.New York %  devard in Rye Is namin hihonor. Uami area, he has conprticipate in many huactivities. He served pr ol the building comMisihlr for construction .Memorial Unit at the |e for the Aged nimbi r nt B'nai B'rith, 1 Anti Defamal many trade and B assoi i it ions. sion imade up of make their homes in art of the year and enUth-giving environment ^ndiil community," Car"These people derive | cultural benefits from local institutions and Ipported by the Comhh Appeal. We have alresponsibility towards unity anil also towards %  her national and overts which need our help. |dent our Winter Resiwill meet their obligaptly and generously in Combined Jewish Ap* abbi Shmaryahu Swirsky Rabbi Swirsky Guest Speaker At Downtown Synagogue Annual installation banquet of the officers of Downtown Synagogue will be held Sunday night, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m.. in the Bloom berg Hall. Julius Sapero will be installed as president. Also to assume office are vice presidents — Abe Karat/, Charles Klein and Morris Posner; treasurer—Joseph Swartz: recording secretary—Benjamin Agronov; financial secretary Louis Maskin; educational and entertainmenl chairman—I. Berliner. Rabbi Arie Becker, spiritual leader, will be Installing officer, and Rabbi Samuel Krolowiti will render the benediction. Guest speaker will be Beth F.I spiritual leader Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky, who will speak on "Oil for the Lamps of Chanuka." Cantor Fishel Lutman will render a musical program. : Unveiling %  cation of a monument lor) o| the late Morris Irmerly of 2513 SW 27th kke place Sunday, Dec. Jt Ml Sinai Memorial pry, with Rabbi Simon Siting. Mr. Ofsowitz is his wife and one son, trrangements are in lThurmond Monument friends and relatives are Itend Scherer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late William Scherer. formerly of 2185 SW 10th st., will take place Sunday, Dec. 19, 3 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. With Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Mr. Scherer is survived by his wife, Dorothy; three sons, Joseph. Fred and Samuel; one brother, Joseph, of New York; and one sister, Mrs. Sarah Siegel, Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Rabbi Caplan, Liebman On ]NF Proaram Feoiiv.,1 of Chanuka wilt be ated bj the Jewish National Fund Council ol Greater Miami with a radio program on Sunday Dec in Rabbi Jonah E Kaplan, spiritual leader of Knesseth Israel Coi • will deliver a Cha Leibman, son cmour Li. bman student at the t niver lI "'" %  who spi ;.i three years in 1 from the Herzlia Gymna ium in iel Aviv will .. Pr igra n h i; be< n arranged by Samuel Prosterman, radio chair: "i Council, and will be di rected by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president ol the JNF Council of Greater Miami over WMBM be 'wen li! and 2 p m Young Adult Council Has Officer Election Permanent officers of the Young Adult Jewish Council ol South I la were elected at the Council'last meeting. N imed were Bernard Jaffe, pres ident; Fred Berlowe, vice presi d< nl: Doris Rabinowitz, corresponding secretary; Ruth Dixon, recording secretary; Elaine Senwartzman, treasurer; .lack Dickson, parliamentarian The Council is sponsored and staffed by the Greater Miami Jewj ish Community (enter. Leonard I Romne) is staff advisor, 1 Basketball Back Greater Miami Jewish CommuI nity Center, Town Branch, opens its seventh annual eight-team basketball intramurals on its gymnasium floor with an opening practice clash between the Center's two new boys' teenage extension clubs, North Dade Jewish Center and Coral Cables Jewish Center, on Monday evening. Dec. 27. Card Party Wednesday LEGAL NOTICE Cardffiatlv will htilrlil lw f Viral IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH nfraffli ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O 'l LEO KK'HUKKi ; AKI.YN EICHBERU BERNARD lll'TNBR Mo. ii. u.i King's Toj .i i Hid • III I, Florida 1-31 l ", NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ROBERT MBLVIN ROSE, Defem NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I i i HI IKERT MELVIN Rl 'Si:, .. \ tl • i I lospltal, I', i sonnel l '' |.. i inii nl, I'. % %  • Mo., California. ym ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED i .f < omplalnt for l %  .%  filed asafnal ou, and id %  %  s.-i \,.i i upj "'" ..I Pleading tn the Bill • r %  plaint mi il"Plaintiff's Attoi m H ISLAIH BO! ii, 1*07 Blda I rida, :i II i file the 01 I in Hi.office "f the Clerk "t the cull i ..i.i i "ii or before the 7iii d .i.iim. 11 %  I9S5, en .• deci I.i .. i in HI. red .i-ii Inat > ou, i d Mi.Ith da) of I %  • % %  %  i'i".i. B. I! LEATHERMAN, %  %  ;. 11, of ii.. i 'ii 'in i '"ii By .il. i (1REEN, itj Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '•" undi i ; .. %  .1 di Irlng i case In 1 ii.%  : %  -II louv name of MASTER* FABRICS AND INTER|i IRS, ,niiiCounty, Kl. i l.Li JOSEPH MAHTERH, Sole Ownei HAROLD STRCMPF Mini in \ for Aupl Sc .i...i.i Uldg 12 17-1' I -::i I ; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBREBY ni\ EN that • undi'i .-inii. deairlna li enstasi In %  ; -Hii in ler i'.fictitloUH name of M. s s i:i.K HERVII "E l-AI'NDERIVITK. HI :,"i G, Ninth Htreet. HWileah, i. Intenda to reg I name n ii 1 the "lei k of t},.Cli ill Court f Dade Count Ida, II A A.P., INC., II Klin II Bole < la in iI REDBRICK N, BARAD Vttoi in" for i; \ \ f INC., ., rtoila.i ."I,.". niiiiii 12 l7-.'i-::i — 1/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to %  ngace In buslneas under the fictitious name ..f TRAIL IM'U MART, at 55S5-S7 B.W. sih si Miami, Intend to retrlater said name with tinClerk of tna Circuit Courl of i lade • lounty, I'lmida. A I. Si IBEL MII.NA p. SOBBL 12 10-17-21-31 _DGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30486 In It.-. ESTATE <>V MAl'DE H, in itcKlt. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having claim* or Demands Againal Estate: v...i. gnd each "f you are hereby notified and requlrad t" preaent any claims and demandj which you, or either "f you, may have against the estate t MAUDE s Bt'RUBR, di eased late of i 'IOIICounty, Florida to Hi.iiniiiiiiiiili' County Judge* 11. uiiCounty, and fli.the tan ih, i offl ea in ih,Count) Courthouse ,n i lade count). Florida, within calendar months from the o*t "f the in.i publication hereof. Said claims o demanda i" contain u' legal address of On claimant and i" be sworn i" and preaented .is s foi eaaid, m n me w\ be barred. Sea Section 711.11 of the I'll'. I'l iili.it.' A. I. I late November 17. A.D s THKI.MA M BCRNH As Executrix of tl' Lai W nnrt Teatament "f MAUDE S. BURGER, l .... ased. SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Attorney for Executrix ll 2S — 12/1 10-17 mh Fetes Chanuka %  celebration will be held >anch Saturday evening H Hungarian restaurant. JK will be Dr. I. Unterh I-1 here. Max Astor, [an, B. Minenberg and Beryl Morrison will fieller Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Carol Joyce Heller, formerly of 1745 Cartall dr., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. Dec. 19, 12:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Carol Joyce is survived by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Heller, and a sister, Mrs. Terry Cracgcr, of New York. Carol Joyce was an accomplished musician. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. MST warns TO 411 W. A. GLASS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL BASKET CO. (Not Inc.), nt SIS N.W. 12nd Ave., intenda t" register said name iili iliE UII. 1.1 AM Si'HERER. PIMI'SSIII NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed inv final report and petition f." Final liisrharge HS Executor of tii .state of WILLIAM BCHEREB, d. ,,IIMII. and Hint on the HMh day of January. IMS, t win uppiy •" tna i'"" urnble FRANK It DOWLlNO, County .lu of Hii'liCounty. Horidn. for spprovHl of said final report and for final dim-Marge as Executor of III.Batate ol WII.1.1A.M BCHBRBR, dei-eaHod. .... Tins 10th day nf November. If-.I. // FRED BCHBRBR, Executor MTBRS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN Attorney! h>r Batecutor .,," Seybold uldg.. Miami, Pm. II 10-17-84-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBREBY QIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol MODERN CLEANERS • LAUNDRY at 712 N.B. Ind Ave., Miami. Intend I., reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i>a t"i Applicant .i'iss Abbott AM.. Miami ln-a. li 12 /n-u-si — li 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174897 AI.I.AN W. JOHNSON, Plantlft, EVELYN JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T> i EVELYN JOHNSON \ Riatey "i;... Noi tli IJth Street Phlladelphl i IS, Penna. ___ V. .I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to ill.your Anawer i" the Complain! ro with the Clerk of the aboi ,,. I Courl and rve a copy then ot ..1 %  .... IRWIN s tlABS, Attorn, plaintiff, 1782 Weal Flaaier MI-. .• Miami, Florida, before tni da of Januai >. 1055. I la ted: December I". 1984, E II LEATHERMAN, cierk of ihe Circuit Bj WH. W. STOCKING .. ... .,, seal) Deputi ci. rk I2/17-24-3I — hj_ GRltTINGS TO ALL JOHN MORRIS TRUCKING SERVICE NORTH AMlRfCAN VAN UNES 26 N.E. 7fh STRUT Phone 3-2559 TO All • • • GRKTINSS STYLON off MIAMI 545 N.W. 54th STRUT MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 84-3809 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32364-A i;|-: ESTATE OF BAMVEL S. SII.VKKMAN, Deceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I hay. filed my final report and petltli |.,ii,il DlBcharge aa AdnilnUtratrtx I.I the eateta of BAMCBL B. MI.\ ER\i VN deceased; and thai on thai avth da, of January, IW8. i iu apply to the Honorable County Judges of laid. Counts 1-lorlda, for approval ol • final report and for final dlsehnrge as Administratrix of the Eatai SI AM I II. S SII.VKKMAN. deci BARA 81LVERMAN MYERS, HBIMAN .VKAPLAN Attorneys for Admlnlatratrl* II 17-24-81 — 1/1



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PAGE 14 A *Jmist>ncr*0a*) FRIDAY, D] Tag Day Campaign will be held by the Jewish National Fund Council here Saturday evening and Sunday, Dec. 25 and 26. Some 100 representatives of local Zionist groups will participate in the Miami Beach campaign. Shown first row (left to right) are Milton Miller, treasurer; Mis. Jack Davis, Tag Day co-chairman; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president; Daniel Broad. Tag Day co-chairman and vice president. Second row are Sam Schachno, financial secretary; and the Mesdames Miriam Press, Lena Mintzer and Henry Seitlin. Third row are the Mesdames Rose Lustig, Minna Bauer, Jennie Fox and G. Rosenstein. Fourth row are the Mesdames Sadie Rosch, Rose Marcus. Fay Schiff and Sophie Seeman. Fifth row are the Mesdames Edna Selis, Bessie Rosenberg and Ida Jacobs. Sixth row are the Mesdames Ida Horowitz, Miriam Wolfman. Malka Shklair and Esther Yafie. Seventh row are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ettinger. SCHOOL HUMAN RELATIONS PROGRAM: As part of the Anti-Defamation League committee of the North Dade Chapter of B'nai B'rith, book covers depicting the four chaplains who heroically gave their lives are being presented to students of Van E. Blanto Elementary School. Left to right are Mrs. Charles Minesar, ADL chairman, B'nai B'rith Women. North Dade Chapter; Mrs. Martha Morgan, president North Dade Chapter; Dolores Acosta, student at Van E. Blanton; and Ellis M. Blanton. principal. Not shown on the ADL committee are Mrs. Jack August, co-chairman. Mrs. Frank Brandt, Mrs. Harold Friedman and Mrs. Harold Firtig. --V.J* f —— IP' %  1 T5 Through this archway of orchids came the model* for the fashion show during the dessert luncheon sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El in honor of its new members and life members. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Kanter, luncheon chairman, Mrs Irving Cypen. president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Louis Pollack, new member, and Mrs. Samuel Weisen, life member. Alexander S. Gordon, of 2404 North Meridian ave., has been elected president of the Miami Beach Bar Association and will be formally installed in January with other officers and board of directors of the association. Walter C. Kovner was elected first vice president. Herbert S. Shapiro is second vice president. Others are Gerald J. Klein, secretary, and Albert H. Saperstein, treasurer. Elected for three years to the board of directors were A. Bud Cutler, Stanley B. Richards and Mark Silverstein. Richard B. Harris is back from Korea after servinq 18 months with the 519th Military Police. Harris attended Miami schools and is a graduate of Tech High. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Harris. 2330 SW 13th st. Teddy I. Sokolsky. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky, 4301 Adams ave., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Dec. 18, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. P lEQ **| I W W I k Mrs. Alfred Stone, Tamara Chapter president a ing over tickets for a Chanuka show to Mrs I Mrs. Charles Turk and Mrs. Israel Yulish. Funcfa" the Blackstone hotel Sunday evening. Dec. 19 for Youth Aliyah. Program chairman is Mn. Gross. |j Miss Dvorah Rothbard, Zionist leader, has been appointed as national director of Pioneer Women's bond campaign. A national head of Pioneer Women, Miss Rothbard is a member of the Zionist Actions Committee of the World Zionist Movement. She was the fust delegate of Pioneer Women to its sister organization in Israel. Moetzet Hapoalot, in April, 1948. ^1 ^L Shaking hands with winner of the Hurricanes AZA < contest, Al Capp (left), is Don Miller, president. (left to right) Miss Caroline Drummond, of Miami 5eoa| School, judge; Sam Leder. who placed third; and Ma zin. president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Glaser, who placed second, is not shown. %  %  MMSjmflfftsl Rabbi Louis A. Cassel (left), spiritual leader af T Miami Beach, and Nat Pollack (right), executirttf over blueprints of work being completed on theM Temple dedicatory ceremonies will take plac* 1955. 4 / \ <'h % I; ISA 4 I. H. Brock. Eastern Air Lines vice F e u sid Industry Division. Section I. The check arno Frt.to !" lull-.. -* inl nift to tr* balL hairmca Eastern Airlines employees' Fair-Share Drive. total gift



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HOME fon MtD MICATES NiW WING Ih£ JeMiJEIloipidi3Hi MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1954 $300,000 ADDITION READY FOR OCCUPANCY SECTION B ick Ablin Memorial Ceremonies Scheduled Sunday [ader's Trasic Death [comes Monument r Living Aged ,1 was the tragic death of a > kjV., Hi community leader will j |d Sundaj. Dec. 19. as a living Enent "' his memory and an kg! reminder of his interest It welfare of the aged. It about two years ago. when |er Miami was saddened by the | death of Jack Ablin, Baron Ijr-ch Meyer immediately de|necl that the institutional of Jewish aged here and note for a great communal b-hould be fused into the Memorial — the first unit haster building plan to house kirk and incapacitated and to ; |d( rehabilitation facilities (Miami's Jewish Home for the bas never had. kid Phillips and Col. Jacob l\ close and long time friends |e late Mr Ablin. became imwith this dream, for they intimately aware of Jack Ab(inten.se interest in. and great the aged at the BMZ in (huago. as well as at the |er Miami Home. Ablin gave her consent, and (dent Alx' Kurman immediateet in motion the board and pary to bring into reality the Memorial. But the Ablin Meal was to be achieved within framework of a policy laid by the board a year ago: Home would engage in capi^cpension only with the apof its parent body, the ler Miami Jewish Federation, lafter a master architectural had been jointly developed j Federation. [accordance with this policy, Pome Federation building cornwas organized, with S. I. It>aum and Stanley Myers as cofr.tn In addition, a campaign Uttee with Col. Arvey. Baron |irsch Meyer and Dave Phillips Khairmen was set up. The representatives on the joint' |irg committee were Mrs. Ab)r Samuel Gertman, M. J. KoItz. Abe Kurman, Mr. and lEaron de Hirsch Meyer, David Tip-and Harold B. Spaet. In lion to Myers, other FederaJrtpresentatives were Emil J. J. Dr. Kurt Peiser, Sam Res Continued on Pg 2 B Mrs. Fay Ablin views oil portrait of her husba nd, Jack A. Ablin. which hangs in the lobby of the new Ablin Memorial Wing of the Jewish Home for the Aged and in whose memory the wing has been named. ^ Program Adds t o Assistance of Aged 'Living Memorial' Procedure Revealed; Wing Areas to be Inscribed in Permanent Dedication Professional and lay leaders, active in the programs of the Jewish Home for the Aged, announced on the eve of the dedication of the Ablin Memorial Wing that departed members of a family may be remembered through the program of "Living Memorials" recently established by the Home. "Living Memorials bring care and health, life and happiness to the aged." officials stressed. "They perpetuate the name of a departed family member, a friend—or even of a living donor himself—by dedicating a part of the Home for continuous service to those in need." According to the officials, the Living Memorial incorporates a Entrance Lobby, Library. Dining three-fold purpose by enabling the Room. Physical Therapy Room, Home to render much needed serv-1 R e( )room, Executive Director's Ofices to the aged, by acting as a source of satisfaction to the donor and by marking a part of the Home which may be dedicated in honor of those now living or in memory of those who have passed away. Dedication is marked by an inscribed tablet, and the new Ablin unit may be memorialized throughout by subscription to the estimated cost of each area or department. Living Memorials in the new Ablin Wing may be dedicated as follow-fice. Clerical Office, Serving Pantry, Nurses Station, Pharmacy, Linen Room, Utility Room and Storage Room. Persons contributing $500 to $3,000 will have their names inscribed on a beautiful bronze plaque. Unit is First in Master Plan Dei ign ed to Expand Jewish Home Master plan for the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Jack Ablin Memorial, which will be its first unit, was developed by the firm of Loewenberg and Loewenberg, Chicago architects, with Irvin Korach. Miami as associate architect. Henry J. Nelson was the mechanical engineer, Alfred Oboler, structural engineer; and Robert L. Turchin, Inc.. general contractor. Aim of the architects was to provide the finest facilities for residents of the Home. The completed master plan will accommodate 175 residents. The Ablin Memorial faces NE 52nd St., between 1st and 2nd aves. It will be connected by a closed ramp to the existing main dining room and kitchen building. The floor plan is in the shape of a chevron which permits the proper orientation of the rooms and other spaces. The service wing will run to the west and the living section to the east. The entire building will be centrally air conditioned and heated. Since a good portion of the Ablin Building is devoted to service and public space large enough to serve when the other two floors are added, it will have 23 rooms accommodating 42 persons. There are double bedrooms and 4 singles. Each room has either private or semi-private toilet facilities. According to Home officials, the unit will contain completely equipped physical and occupational therapy rooms, medical center, administration offices, linen, air conditioning and storage rooms. A small dining room and serving pantry will occupy the service wing. For private study and reading, a separate library and sitting room will be located opposite the entrance lobby. Each sleeping room will have an exterior door opening into an exterior, protected terrace. There will be no steps throughout the structure. In order to insure the maximum safey for residents, the structure will be of fireproof construction and equipped with Persons contributing $50 to $500 springier system, auxiliary power, will have their names inscribed on i safety hand rails and audiovisual a permanent Golden Book. 'call system. *% en Berliner, of the Jew%  fome for the Aged. i tiing to walk again with laid of parallel ben confeted by the maintenance .of the Home. A Message from the President of the Jewish Home for the Aged By ABE KURMAN iarv membership and residents. wry. mtm w appreciation for your interest. We salute you and g^^J* ?,„ have made possible the j devotion ^•^JSJSffSL for the Aged, which will be Ablin Memorial Unit of he m and nobIe in purpose. 5MT.'JE K ,ho,e who w„, be admitted after the dedication. ^ ^ Fpdera We salute • V'^ ,ncies 1 j,wish Social Service Bureau, tion, and its other b ef cla ?./ m 7j e wish Community Center. Bureau of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Greater M m. *£ ^ ^ Women s^ps*?^ he deve,opment of pro8rams H0me ., ... „! you to attend the dedication ceremonies • We cordiallymv, e all of youjo^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ at Douglas Gardens, iou r..^IP, J:30 p.m. Women leaders who have played an outstanding role in the development of the new Ablin Memorial Wing are (left to right) Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs. David Phillipa. of the Home's Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sam Resnick who, with Mr. Resnick, supervised all landscaping for the .new building.



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PAGE 2 B +Jelst>ner*m*r> Unit First In Master Plan Here Continued from Page 1 B nick. Isidore B Simkowitx, Dr B in B Rosenberg and Mai C I %  • itn In addition to (request, meetings during the Boring and -ummer oi IS, the |oinJ committee conducted a studs and lurvej of aged institutional need* in the Great) i v ,imi and culminated its work bj emploj ment of I. S I oewen in rw. ol < hi. rchited and Irvin Korach, Miami as associate architect Mr Loewenberg ami Instructed to design a master archill in broad outline*, v ilh the Ahlin Memorial U the s< unit of the master plan The work oi the joint committee and designs oi Mr Loewenberg were presented and discussed fully the executive committee of Fed i ratioi which approved a capital tund campaign of S300.000. during the month oi November, 1953 In December. 1953. the Joint committee was dissolved, and Kurman appointed the Ahlin building committee to work with the archilects "n the final plans and construction of the Memorial This committee vraa also headed bj s I Bembaum with Jack Carrier achairman of the steering commitIi other mfmncr> were Sidney An -in. Daniel M Broad, Ben Fleeman. !>r. Samuel GertnuUt, Leon Jacob-. M J Kopelowitt, Abe Kurman. rney Lee Baron de Hir-ch Meyer. A J Paul and David Phillips The Federation representatives this committee ..re Kmil QouM, am Kesmck and Mas I Gettinger :i ii recent report to the Home's lafd, S 1 Bembaum revealed that Ms ami ""the finest building comittee in the history of the Jewish mmunity" and praised Federa>n representatives highly '"for leir invaluable guidance, counsel d general helpfulness AccordZuilding Committee Chairman Offers Dedication Greetings Serving achairman of the Ahlin Memorial Building Committee was he most satisfying and worthwhile Kperiei ce I I had We earned boa la work together and a %  plan tor the future We • arned the meaning and valui our m Jewisl work j"intl> with Iber member family The Ablin Memorial inow coasted and res Ij for occupanej b> -ICK and incapaCi!.,' 'ami mmunit) will consider it j. • %  do. the finest institutional facility tor the aged in the South S I. Bembaum. Chairman Ablin Memorial Building Committee r raroAJf .DEcr^^ Par'al view ol the front of the new fibln Memorial "•! r h' oi the lobby en.rance are sleeping rooms lor 42 sick and incap^ ed aged. Left is the administrative nrd •rw w -'Sleeping rooms have a door to a central corridor, as wall as m door leading to a terrace with a -ivi.o ever: ring. an did a com mittee work nore eooperal more devotedly, more loyally or more intalHgwi Final plans were appn>ved by the steering committee on February 26. and on April 16. sealed bids were opened and the contracts awarded to lowest bidderPreliminaries to actual construe tion and the conclus-ion to the camm i .• Dou It. whit h some i MO !>•• %  • n..•!. n le l Arm il construction began the la>1 week In April agfl ik •• i co nole*ed in V rctf • %  : IfM During the I course of construction, leaden ofl th* community and experts in con struction have visited l>ouglas Gar dinagain and agaifl to note the eria progress of the Ablin Memorial. our Greater Miami Jewuiiu In his final report to the board tion and ho to work of di r ec to r s Bornbaum concluded with these words "Not only has it been an honor and a real privilege to serve on-this committee, hut a tremendously worthwhile ex penence We have learned how to work together We have learned how to plan for the future We have learned the meaning and value of it and the other member i in it. We have truly nnt \ For all this, 1 express^ tion to President Kurnua," of you. and for all of you, -e!f to the members of the I committee who worked*) the aged, the tiomeandtatj community REVEALING STATISTICS ON AGED I Requirements for AcWsshn To Jewish Home are Explain*^ The Jewish Home for the Aged need of the protective environment of GfMter Miami operates accord provided by the Home ing to the principle that elderly I If the committee feels on the persons can lead full and producbasis of medical, social and psychotive Inewithin an atmosphere j logical factors--that the applicant gearvd for their specific needs and'can continue to live in the gaothat those falling within certain eral community, the applicant maychronological groupings beyond the tenerally recognized time for retirement must not cease suddenly from engaging in the productive programs that have taken up most of their years." Home officials stressed on the eve of the dedication of the new Ablin Memorial wing According to specialists in the field of geriatrics—students in rerequest help from the Jewish Social Service Bureau in developing alternative plans The admissions committee, comprised of 14 board members—with the social worker physician, head nurse and executive director acting as professional consultants— j decides on admissions. The social I worker and physician prepare a social and medical history on the search of the aged—such cessation \ applicant, and after elimination of would he detrimental to the health of these persons In this regard the Jewish Home for the Aged aims to provide medical, therapeutic and occupational facilities which are deemed best fitting for the physical and psychic health of itresidents in explaining thiDotation, have again >et down the requirementfor admis-ion to the Persona who have been per all names and financial data from this history, it is sent to the admissions committee. The elimination of names and financial data aids in rendering an objective decision by the committee based on the applicant's need for institutional care Applicant* with little or no financial resources and needing such institutional care are given admis-ion pnorority children and other Typical double bedroom. The new unit has been speaolfl designed and equipped to house sick and incapacitated ODH| Features in all sLeping rooms are portable telephone jail individual radio tuner and pillow speaker hooked intoooj tral radio system, communicating system between iei and nurses' station and individual controls tor cental il conditioning and heating. Building is of hre-proof coo| tion, with a sprinkler system throuahout. pare with local statistics on the aged in Miami, and throughout the nation, may be determined by the following: I Greater Miami close relativehave the primary Ii %  ••cutiv.months immc application, and who are 65 are eligible | pl>. n nomic status It • i qualificationare met. the fundamental criterion for approval of an application is the judgment of the admi—ions committee that the applicant is in nancial responsibility of maintaining in the Home residents who can not do this themselves The amount to be contributed by relatives is determined by their financial ability Greater Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged now has 60 residents The new Ablin Memorial Wing will provide facilities for an additional 25 or 30 How these figures comAblin Memorial building eteering committee are (seated, left to right) Ben Fleeman M. 1 £ l0 H 7£n A £ KU ^T ,a n k Carner n^l S oJ;, B e "r^ Uni StaQdlna <**t o right) are Baron de Hirach Meyer. Sidney D. Ansin. David Phuupe. Daniel M. Broad and Sam Resnick Missing are Barney B. Lee, A. J. Paul and Leon Jacobe. ^^ With respect to the local Jew ish population, the only avail 'able figure is the one ascertained by the Jewish Federation, which estimates that 6 1 percent of the total Jewish population of 35.000 in Dade County in 194? was 65 and over J ... Both in 1940 and 1950. Dade County ranked first among the counties of the state in its total population, as well as is in the number of persons 65 and over. • • • Betwen 1940 and 1950. while the annual rate of increase of the general population in Dade County was 8 5 percent, that of the 65 and over group was 12 percent • • In 1950. Florida ranked 20th among the states in total population, but it ranked 13th among the states in the number of perJsons 65 and over • • • Between 1940 and 1950. the number of persons 65 and over in the I'nited States increased by 36.6 percent; in the State of Florida the increase amounted to 80.9 percent, in Dade County the in crease rose to 119 percent, the highest increase of any county in the country a a a lit 1950. the United States had 42.000.000 persons over 49 years of age. and 18.000.000 over 65. of the Department of and Psychiatry at the Us Virginia's School of MedwaU cently stated at a confenH] the problems of the aged I continuing IH*" 1 the ageing will eventually I baneful effect upon the( went on to -ay Older I forced to retire art uniaM reemploy m nt. and there at dene) to force them intoi idleness, a feeling of and dependency 'ThenyB to look on approaching' 1 with fear of unhappmettj ne-s and despair, A m happy old age depended I social and emotional atul well as physical well *m economic security." Resident $ rVelce*** **] Addition to lewhi ** The long awaited ds**' To the resdeabjl ,. .. red letter *g arrived. Home, it hopes are being rea U^Jj iTs a wonderful fed** a baby grow up from maturity So have we |,n Memorial being ^ s*f .fen*! ground up. and to "no** 1 %  teas for the welfare of the sick and help* derfaf Dr. David C. Wilson, chairman We hope tne prop** bring about this wona men, will be blessed** carry on the **• to carry on have suited Mrs. Anna Was*-*Chairman Re 5 *deat ,, Council



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PAGE 4 B *.**isfl#Iflr*ftvL raiDAY^DECEMBQ, Jewish Aged Home Advances Comfort Of Resid entj Rigid Medical Program Set Up As Health Guard in Daily Living By DR. SAMUEL GERTMAN Medical Director, Jewish Home for the Aged We ; %  the Mum.' are interested in keeping our residents in good health. The concept oi good health li today no longer merely an absence of disease, bu( %  feeling of well being. This is particularly true in the older up where it la difficult t>> find a person who baa m> type "i illness The wear and tar ol the years have almost of .1 certainty left their mark on each one "t our residents But when our goal of .1 feeling ol well being, of enjoying life, ;diligently maini there 1Ideal 1h.1t we c.in do medicallj to help our real dents Ou can be set forth as follow* %  1 —ible, .ill phjsical :.il ilities tli.it ex,-' in our residents 11 ioration of the tissues itional, anil in the near future, physiotherapy and •1 wherein our reslwill be al lop the greatest possible satisfactions in !.\ ing We have been gradually building the Home's personnel towards th<* operation oi -uch a program Our personnel consists of the following: Ifedkal personnel includes the medical director and physician to the Home Nursing personnel includeregistered nurses on .ill three shift>. plus practical nurses, nurses aides and orderlies Also included are the social worker, projected plans for a physical therapist and an ocicupational worker, medical con sultation with the attend!!) at ML Sinai Hospit ind •• close working relationship with Ml Hospital, • us to easily hospitalise our residents. At present, our medical pi I operates in the foUotring manner: application to the Homo the potential resident has 1 physics examination b) the physician Home Smh laborator) stork and additional studies abe deems neeessarj tor proper evaluation of the applicant is carried <>ut for as by Ml Sinai Hospital and its ,11 I Ininformation 1 th, n submitted to the admissions com mittee 1 r help in IN evalution as to whether <>r net this ipplii into the Home The immend that missii:, be m id< on t of the or ho ma) givj in llitj ol the for the Homi in case it is %  .1 that the prin pplieant's coming into the Ieither line th, applicant is admitted to the Home, h.h ible to him .it ..11 times the professional es ol our nursing staff This headed by %  registered ami there i.. registered nur-e on duty at all times on the Home grounds At least twice a week, a medical clinic is held by the physician of the Home. Such emergencies that arise are handled by the registered nurse under direct orderof the physician, or the phj -ician makes a special call to the Home to see this patient. If the physician deems the emergency serious enough, the resident 1then sent to the emergency room at Ml Sinai Hospital, where further evaluation and decision ato Residents ol the Jewish Home for the Aged ol Greater Miami who will occupy the AblinMe-'j morial Wing are (left to right) Mrs. Flora Hurst, nurse. Mrs. Anna Washburne. Mis. Hadcai Segal. Mrs. Rose Brown and Mrs. Fannie Yesljw. Physical and occupationci therapy fad&l ties in the Ablin Memorial will permit the Home to embark ori a program of rehabilitation fa i the fust time. u hcthcr or not the resident is to be admitted to the Hospital is made. With our new infirmary and its added facilities for taking care of mure acutely ill residents, it is expected that the number of residents who have to be sent to the hospital will be diminished There are periodic complete physical examinations done on all the residents of the Home. In addition, there are research programs which have been initiated and arc now in the process of being carried out. It is expected that these research programs will 1 become an ever increasing part of the work at the Home. Periodically, the motorized X-ray unit of the Tuberculosis Associa tionis brought to the Home and a complete X-ray of the chest of every resident at the Home is made, including the staff. The dietary needs for each resident at the Home is outlined by the physician at the Home It is our .: ial in t himedicals* \ gram of the Hume for the Ageda sot up a demonstration props for the community, both the sa> fessional and lay croups, for I ; potentialitie. of rehabilitation i ; satisfactory living for the person. We believe that the k to be learned from this group ( help make the longer yean i I life a blessing rather than a be-1 den. not onl> for the resides*|j the Home, but for all of us Community Leaders Offer Greetings By STANLEY C. MYERS President. Greater Miemi Jewish Federation F rma! dedication of the Jack Ablm Mi • 1 rial Building is the culmination of a splendid community effort of both the membership of the Jew.-h Home for the Aged and the Greater Miami Jewish Kedera tion The-e significant ceremonies point up the fine spirit of coopera tion between these two agencies which turned the long-cherished dream of a new building into a reality. The leadership of the Horn. be commended on bringing t t • d eration s attention the needs of th. Home and in working together harmocudaatj to sofa these problems. The need for the Ablin Memorial Building became apparent several >. ,rago and the decision to build resulted frocn many joint discu-ionbetween the Home and FederBtii D The Ablin Memorial and the .mge master building plan represent a united effort in sound community planning. The Home will now be able to better -erve 'he r.i : the Jewish community The Jewish Home for the Aged giveinitiative, purpose, and hop*' to mar.\ i^ed citizens who had before It -t..nd* aa Home 'r I where men and .1 can enjoy life to tl forget frustrations of the past and revive a feeling of creativity and usefulness Here the aged live again, in keeping with the finest tradition of our faith. Development of this addition to I the Home is an achievement of which we can be proud, because it provethe wondrous strength of cooperative effort It will stand as one of the most important facets in dealing with the problems of aged care in our community. We are confident that this continued co operation will help in bringing about progressive programs to meet the needs of the aged. • %  • • "The noblest tribute to a mans i H-mory is to carry on his life's • A view of the entrance lobby of the Ablin Memorial Winq. which will be dedirrrtaH ^ twlas Gardens Sunday. The Memorial is the first unit of a projected three^JTmn.^ K ^' pJan. Interior decoration of the lobby, as well a, all othe? 2e^of ^w^nT wereeS ed under the supervise of Jack Cameron and Deene Cremen. of Jack Camion SS^Z'. work.'' This we have done in the erection of the Ablin Memorial unit of the Jewish Home for the Aged, which is named in honor of .lack A. Ablin, my boyhood and lifetime friend in both Chicago and • Miami. The Ablin Memorial reflects the growl h and conscience of the Greater Miami Jewish community ( in its capacity to meet the urgent i needs of our senior citizens. I am proud that I have become a mem| ber of this community and so closely connected with the work of the Home and our Jewish Federation. Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Chairman Ablin Memorial Fund Campaign • • • A great leader and an urgent community need have been fittingly and beautifully served by the Ablin Memorial unit of the Jewish Home for the Aged. To me. a resident of Miami for over a quarter of a century, it syin bottSM the coming of ago of our Jrather than of thHume it self. To all of you. the lead. the Home express their thanks for your gi -upp-.rt and f r the opportoaity of tuning the community and its aged. M. J Kopelowitz. Chairman Board of Directors • • • The 2.000 members of the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Home have worked and given as Mfsjff before to achieve the reality of the Ablin Memorial of the Home We were motivated by the desperate and urgent need to provide a proper and safe facility for our sick, bedridden and wheel-chair residents and also to give the Home its fir.t opportunity to develop a program o; rehabilitation raw j than remain a mere custodialf 1 stitution. Now we are about to Ktat J these noble aimI take >*> %  port unity to extend warm apptt> ation not only to the leaden sf members of the Women's Aunts? but also to the many hundredTa 1 ] other women throughout the' munity who work"! with UJ d ongi the past few >• irMrs. Sol Silverman. PwaSfj Women's Auxiliary. J*ij Home for the Aged • • • I. along with other leaden ij the Home, dreamed of this *•> %  rial to our belowd friend. Jadf*] lin, who was or. the HoroeSboSij and who felt let-ply ab" needs of our senior citizens Now the dream has bteontl ity. and the rcalit) ifVW %  j thrilling and beautiful thai %  dream. I have a deep P"*^ accomplishment not only wag it is a fitting m< morial tn "•] community leader t l hi "'l3 .:. but al%  !y .^ hap 'huYl c.nimunitv concerned witn | -tltUtH : Baron lie iS MfT Fu: %  & The planaiii • %  •>* T ^ building of I : M by so manv le* Home and our Jewish And never before in my ei have I wit < h "2 cooperation from the ens anv Jewish commuMM which we receiM I l"" Miami Jewry ^, d Jack Ablin was wnw^, many years Ik^'' 1 ^Wtfj cherish his<*d "*\ memory all th"'"**% t we see the Ablm <"*%,. ing and the great purPJ*,' ^ David Ph.ll.P^P Ablin Memorial r" B Campaign



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DAY. DECEMBER 17, 1954 fegkfl fhrktbr) ^ a t to C pok Holid a y Time to/? erf /tocrsf DMCA: Ma/ves feotf Winter Night Meal Send your favorite recipe lo The JtwMl Floridian, toyetli. r with our name and address. If you have a recent photograph, you may Include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column Uo wi be P"" -r,,cd wi,h • eoDV of Th Book of Jewish Recipes," Containing 500 kosher rcip#>s and a Foreword on the principles of leokery. ter into ;, pease I fryinj p n and brown slightly on both side Place ;on brown absorbent paper to drain and cool. &f The Stuffing Cook (ho peeled potatoes in salt,"cup fresh minced mushrooms ed wal<,r "nt'l tender. Dram mash well and mix with sale, pepper, fried onions, and chicken fat Spread the prepared potato filling on the pancake and roll. Tuck in the end;, and brown in a hot greased plan Sene with the boned roasted duck 'Chen' Charms to Be Awarded PAGE 5 B 1 = By ARS. REGINA FRISCHWASSER JTA Boned Roasted Duck 1 5. h. duck round veal 1 tablespoon breadcrumbs I ] n aspoon salt t. aspoon pepper b well beaten eggs i 2 ip fried onions the back of a cleaned duck h,l carefully remove the bones, In 11 Jbe ^kin intact. Prepare the \ — — [ Mix the meat with minced : T • ,0 lowm 9 recipe was sub[, ms. fried onions, salt, pep m r, d to The Jewiih Floridian by pr ,11 beaten eggs and bread < Mrt So1 Wilson, of 4011 Prairie L, Fill the duck, mm the "•Mum ?" C JJ.. Lnin; place into a roafMng pan VMKCNIRAS ikle with si.lt. pepper and (ho P or *nnd enough cooked Add '.cup hot water, | l eft ovcr mcal ,0 milk < I ip. 1 e pan and roast in a mod' 2 cups of mashed potat :: basting very often. Reii,. he cover when the duck is hder to allow browning. Potato Blinties 3 %  1 1 flour .; 1 potatoes fried onions l teaspoon salt [ 1 spoons chicken fat the eggs well and add lain Mix thoroughly and prepare ikes as follows: place two klesi ons of the prepared bat 2 beaten eggs cup of niatzoh cake Hour •alt and pepper to taste Mix well to shape potatoes into balls Scoop a hole into the center of each ball and fill with chopped or ground meat. Roll the potato mixture over the meat filled centers and flatten the balls slightly at each end. Dip balls into beaten eggs and matzoh cake flour and fry in plenty of chicken fat until golden brown. "i Israel Bond saleswomen! Will -.1 a new fashion in jewelry. • their new "Chen" %  %  arded at a tea giv : i b 3 x Sus man at h a home, 3701 Pinetree dr., on Tui Dec 21, 1 Harrj Platofl and Mrs itz, "Chen" co-chairGreater Miami Worn ( %  D late ot Israel B this week announced that the first •• 14-karat gold ,h "' % %  re b. ing flown to Miami for presentation to the local women who h,,vc completed their quota "i 12.500 in gales for each charm. Bach "Chen" charm is designed to symbolize one oi the ancient Tuchc Tribes ol Israel, whose 1 ndanis have returned to Israel from all parts ol the world. I His campaign." Mrs. Platlff pointed out. "through the symbolism of the charms, recalls our link with the past and reminds us of our present bond with Israel. The name Chen,' referring to the courageous Women's Army of Israel, was deliberately chosen in order to bring about a closer identification between the women of Israel and the American Jewish women who are helping wage the fight for economic security of the young state through the sale of Devi lop ment Bonds." Mrs, Weitl stated that "any women can be proud to wear the beau tifully designed charm-, for thenintrinsic beauty as well as the symbolism they represent. A complete set of twelve charms on a woman'arm proclaims her as one who has demonstrated her continued faith 10 Israel's ruiure to the thai lie has sold S30.000 in Bonds, We are planning a party to honor our saleswomen during the n k of Chanuka, a period of celebration and gift giving in the hope that we will remind our women that an Israel Bond is a Chanuka present with a future.'' To date, eight Miami area women have earned their first charm, four have earned their second, and three have earned their third. 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PAGE 6 B Jmi ncrkMfUi ZE^DECEMBER THE WORLD OF SPORTS AT THE MOVBES Athlete's Future More Important Than Playinjj Record, Coach Says Kclclie tiinlor Bemimn* I (.andid Questioner l j By BILL WOLF JTA Consider for %  moment the fol lowing statement on sports: "It Is not enough to win lames I am more concerned with what the athlete* do when they K<'t out o4 school, lor thej are In the enviable position of being looked up to by youngsters and have the asserted opacities to deal with young people on their own level, which is undoubtedly the but way of dealing with their problems We may not win many ball games, but if we cm turn out leaders we'll be i h.impin the long-run These words, which should be spoken more often by a lot of the "big-time" coaches, come from Bernie "Red" Sarachek. athletic director of Yeshiva University The fact i* th.it Yeshivi does win ;i lot oi tames, but nevertheless, it lgood to know of a policy th.it makes the welfare of the athlete the number one consideration, and tin' "glory" to the school and the \ office .1 seconder) considers tion. in fact, in these days oi com • sports n |g ,|,Iii eve that such sound \|st i in his work t Vi shiva, has I irned ";it man) a ho %  %  • %  li Hi has also < ncourai some ol the pro basketball stars ho his da).i., pro pl.i> er l F givii l< .KI. • %  •>• ip • i \..uih -tu! sp..rl has beei he tirst court -mi.c.t in the school's history w.is formed in 1839 Since then, the >poit h..s been cumbkog steadily, *nd it was in li43 that Sarachek joined the Mail However Sara chek's stay was not .. long one, since he left in UH4 for service with 'he Red Cross But Sarachek n turned to the scene m 1M7 This veer's basketball schedule is thi most challenging in the si hool Coach Bernie Saiachek, seen Varsity Basketball Team. left with Jhe Yeehiva University AN ALMANAC OF LIBERTY. By William O. Douglas. 391 pp. New York: Doubleday and Company. $5.50. By HILARY MINDLIN Supreme Court Justice Douglas has compiled 366 short, incisive essays, each <'t them illuminating a milestone in Amenc.-'s progress toward libert\ Must of the BUB***. are fitted to the day of the year on which the steps occurred, although there is a frequent tracing of the historical sources which preceded them, a procedure which often points up our debt "to the bistoT) one of the most English either bj example or redevelopments that will pudiation h *''P **•' ,h -*-The str T birth that : r the first time in man) i start Yesl %  It is noteworth) that of the liberties which we taki mated is imperative reading for everj American Such concepts as the at to work the right llective bargaining lit to strike each of 'inwhich M practM rni) t winning. bigotry emer • on Tut: it MONO Rally Attracts Unholy Kin • • Of Coughlin'g Hate Da vs. By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Art* \'F\V YORK I have seen more ptopie -t J naediacra boxing card at Madisoi Squan r.arden in Neu York Cit) thai > publ rail) thai wa •en million But I have -is or parti I aat V pie hi. asJ the sj and • r> Oa ed my •p temper But I %  pen cil 1 felt the burn of angry They ere not to me those e\e> 1 met them in the black and un -chlin when rrorned my kith ..nd kin on Fordham rd in the lronx I locked in battle with them on many occasions m front of the Men fort Library on Fifth Avenue when they molested and insulted bypaaaen who appeared to be not of their ilk I met them in the alle) halls „f Vorkville when those traitors to country and decency were paving homage to the Nan idol and worshipping let ,. True, these were also the Wan dererused and the cur %  ere act spectacle, but the> remained com narticulate when storm of me and P* Hum%  • this igh, the this ,. r w^s hated by a mad outburst of applause .#)'rr< ferret! to Roy uAn. The handbut a minute ag m> ihro-t were now bent in cr.uv thunder of praise for a little man j named Coon When i returned home there was the warmhearth and enticing jorandy he Clear light of the Constitution, itself a treaaonoudocument at Itl inception. Juatice Douglas. Ifbernl, calm, unafraid, touches only lightly on the right to revolt, as Jefferson Hamilton and Lincoln advocated it. but he comes down heavily on the "dilution of the First Amendment" (free speech) as Congress and the Court have reinterpreted it to deal with Communism A short discussion of Roy t"ohn's Annie Lee Moss fiasco, the fact that five states still retain the poll tax. that some have not yet rati fied the Sixteenth (income tax> and Fifteenth (right of Negroes to vote) Amendments, are among the ess.i>s The power of fnngroji to investigate (and its misuses' the relation of the immunity Statute to the Fifth Amendment, and. again and again, the necessity of the Fifth Amendment are particularly timely, as is the excessive bail re \: w and the unconstitui onalit) of cuilt b ition one often wishes Justice Douglay" would not end s,, quick• Almanac formal is i but it muddles the clarity wi-h whuh ., chroootofica! presentation would have u MM This ii %  minor however, what is important is that quietly, without polemics. minne the hysteria of the McCarthy [chauvinists, he has written" a mag mficent proof of the fact th.,t | America needs no defense — she i stands by her history alone One single Beany, What In American Means." would have dignified the Doubleday impnnt; as it is. they may stand proudly be| fore it If Americans would be as •worth* as their background, no fear for their future would be needed. • • • A JEWISH TOURISTS GUIDE TO THE U.S. By Bernard Postal and Lionel Keppmen. With a Foreword by Dr. Jacob R. Marcus. • pp. Philadelphia: The Jew%  vh Publication Society of Aaaer•ea. $5.00. Thi> is both h:st,,n and guidek describing the important '• th their back•nmunity the t mted States Although vpi missions particularly in the Miami Beach %  tenon the thumbnail hi. information about Jewish in Itjona -nd congregations a! er the country make the Guide an educational reference h good reading whether one is traveling or curled up in a comfortable chair for the evening By LEON CUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD — Eddie Cantor sighs, "When a baby born is born. ilw first question people ask la Mow is the mother?" When he marries, people say "What a beautiful bride And when he dies, all they ask is How much did he leave his wife?' see Few people know how "Count Your Blessings." one oi Irving BerIms greatest song hits written especially for Danny Kaye's new film, was composed. As Irvine tells the story, he had had trouble sleeping at night during his work on the 11 songs the picture has from his pen. and told his wife that counting sheep, sleep' ing pills and warm milk had all failed to help him. Count your blessings," she said, and went back to sleep. But Berlin didn't follow her ex i ample. Hot got our of bed. eomI posed the song on the spot, and I found that both lyrics and music came to him almost effortlessly. The only thing was the effort didn't help him go back to sleep at all He was wakeful all the rest of Ihe night, counting the royalties the new song would undoubtedly earn' Today it ranks first on polled radio and television surveys. It his been recorded for Decca by Bmg Croaby, who introduces it in the picture, for RCA Victor by Eddie Fisher, who sang it at President Fisenhower s request at the American Jewish Tercentenary celebration in New York. • • • Jerry' Lewis' illness is costing him well over $100,000 this year. Because of his recent attack of virus pneumonia and yellow jaundice, Jerry and his partner were %  forced to cancel several nightclub 'and television engagements. While • they may fulfill these engagements I next year, there Is little chance | they will do any oi them in 1954. Jerry will not complete his role in Paramount's "You're Never Too Young" until shortly before the end of this year. • • • Tony Martin went to a dinner the other night with a case <{ snif net "What's tho matter. Tonv." asked Georgie Jess**, "Yeu fighting a cold"" ''' %  "• i Ton See • Sylvia i and Sammy K hn 'ix numbei pendent picture r h .. ,' tar." which Norman P *" J Melvin Prank will Bbi mounl beginnic" next week, T will also be tw, larft-^L. production numbers with (21 i h ireorar.hr **,„, „,"* w h Danny shortly Thin picture marks if* i •--Mr," of Mrs Kaye.ehokt,! written most of her hiubsnf,, ical material, and veteran i smith Kahn. who recently pro mmm loT "Three Coins ini| tain." "Women's World" "You're Never Too Young' • • • The screen discovery'" v cnnsolate the other night Pidjaj see how that movie cntic M^aj me?" he wailed to Prodw Goldwyn. ""Forget it nplied UidwjjJ pansiveh "That fellow • more than .. parrot He mi what ever) body elJ ing." A chemistr) proii Hollywood studio, asked du Mrmui Li l; w\m he con the most outstanding contr ehemiatr) has made to the wn motion pictures "Blondes.' replied Leroy. lUit Contw ... %m i %  %  T i n Mellowed R tblris Take Differences Le§ SericHtfl By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA NFW YORK—The meeting of the Synagogue Council, representing Reform. Conservative aad Orthodox congregations, for the Tercentenary celebration is taken quite casually No one gives a second thought to the fact that rabbis of several wings of Judaism meet together Ho different it used to be— and not so long ago A whole chapter might be written of the quips the Orthodox used to make about Reform Why they used to the Temple of Dr Hirsch in ( hi caao was -o p.ous it kept closed on Saturda) At thv time, the (hi temple held Sunday, not Saturday, services lechter. of the .It wish Theological Seminary. 01 I • l anal smoke, -said the I i do on Saturday thea i Sih.-cht. r ably a lot of people today cannot even appreciate the humor of the last. s„ changed are the limes It -a natural that there should be some changeJew were breathing a little freer for the first time in centuries. If aa Orthodox Jew today looks to see if there are-tars in thfi ens ending hiSabbath, so V Puritans of nearly Amenc* up to a fairly late day Tbryj story of young Lymsn father of Henry Ward Be a child, he was playing faaw" approved on the Puritan a"* %  A little girl playmate 8*' "I.yman. you must not P-V"' Sabbath "1 don"t care, replied H-H" man id will p I the little girl "III tell Aunt MirlhA", replied little I-y**. -nances are in the %  things and at the time *£ %  dalaaen* '"',, **< %  i I h.nder s*-f will dark k tl : i.ae •lonal Juu-ismoi d that Judai.m beganw, ,.idbeenma*-sw oHerl). it %  ', there J> -n r n in nod*! worship, the rabbi ^ Vf^gaj soph), and if *Z, l


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L Y DEC EMBER 17, 1954 ***<#> ffcrMto#? PAGE 7 B ffers To< The Editor jlslKl TOllMJ. .wish Hondian: munities have u Th( (ended the mooting Miami Jewish Community smnod in (he same of thr respect j 1 p. oi-ume one can account tor the failure to take i i OJMV HI er las. week to hear my ,,. k ,„ ,^, Kj „,^ ^ Id. Alan Altheimer deliver a rather providing for them means \. u ii.il. it WM a splendid Ol a livelihood, in that such B there I "tind up" i;> £f** ** "Weal to the pubic ima;wj'nn. and certainly does ludience not develop th**lamorou j r'ose t 250 people the publicit) lli.i other ,..,„h< whnth-r :, r""welfare work eanrmand | IQA Chicago Community Canllahing the refugees in an activity liration could command which merits the highest considerpmblage. Those who auon, and wiifa th ihai ,. ,!,..-.. v — %  ;.pparently of the this community has shown in Jew 1 •• %  •h citizonrv of bh aflaira, anj with its leadei hip L^r >> %  i when I read the The Jewish Fioridian may yet have |,i ..",.that was passpd out. Ih,satisfaction ol finding hai its me that Miami had timely calling the communi!) atI 'self by ita anopoii lention to this area of Jewish Cjewish ('immunity Center. i .. has achievtu positive r< ,i interested in hearing Lot us h ip I Myers, one of the beet RABBI G GEORGI FOX | ional welfare workers, is lKI) Rabbi Fox is a Chicago ih a next president tiathe „,_. ;pirilua llildt ,,„„,„ •-'i" 1 ". .**, nwous boolw oh Judaism and • %  to *he HoJ-i i Wlltll lnr The Jewish Sentina| after having been warned that he would not be welcome Personally I doubt whether there are more "'an a handful ot our local citizens %  "'d havehecn brave enough '" %  • % % % %  %  faced that hostile gather" reminiscent of Hitler's Br. vi i shir'-. 1 orl ol courage repre w best tradition of a tree p which recognises its obligation to 1 • II not ju-t the news J tit to print hut the facts ''' %  • too fre |u mtly obsc %  '' %  %  %  rted Congratulations 1 '"'" Jewish Fl ri lian an I 1 I THY KRIEGER FINK 'Hi %  Jewish Fioridian: l was an i Kceilent review you %  a ders .in the hook Chri ianit) and Anti-Semitism." %  of the book deplores the mat .lews, but apparently li ipi s we will come over The fellow iself-duped, .lews "have" Gpd and need no additional deities LEWIS MORTON Physicians' Wives Club Has Officer Election Physicians' Wives Club of Great-1 man. president; Michael Gilbert, er Miami met a\ the .homo of Mrs. president eleet; David Epstein. Julian Lustik. 17(i Hibiscus dr.. to j vice pre-'.lent: Stanley Schwartz. elect the following officers lor the I recording secretary; Morton Hamcoming year; inmd, corresponding secretary; The Mesdames William Wickand Sam Gertman. treasurer. The Aristocrat of Teas NOT JUST TEA BUT TEA ih L'ordian's excel on the attitude of "i;i'>s |o the refugee. %  d that so large, ao imM I so liberal a community "i'v fur 12 renjjpee :' 'n'l reconcile my Co-ChairmfH Revealed where his column. The Tower," appears weekly.) Watch Editor. The Jewish Fioridian: Please accept my sincere eon grtiatationa upon the brilliant I I : %  <•< -hat a creat Jewish ••**• %  of columns which your Mr. which had collected lollars for the United 'Vnneal drives, as well as B niN. did not open its • i '• families so sorely *\ of he'p. • 'an I that h"re are i J< w. in Greater Mii mmc 25 congregah % %  •nters— which I %  'nious centers. You %  I in the various h activities—all of money to maintain. "s to maintaining 'Mii'h families with the h i!


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PAGE 8 B +Jewistttcrkm*i FRIDAY, Dj rcaoJ RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ^SSSS^fmimmm* morning servicesare at > am TEMPLE EMANU-EL wiil hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:3i}" p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and deliver his second lecture on his recent visit to Israel. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with the Rabbi preaching on the Weekly Portion. Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Goldberg, will become Bas Mitzvah. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning service are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will officiate and discuss: "'Israel Aims for Peace.'' At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will speak on the Weekly Portion Mm cha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv Daily services are at 7:30 am. and 5 and 5:45 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morris Shop officiating Mid preaching on the topic: "Why IN ( li.unik.i Mentioned in the New Testament and not in the Hebrew Bible 0 '* Saturday mornings services arc at 9:45 a.m. Franklin, ton of Mr and Mrs Daniel Baton, 11441 SW 77th ave., ill become Mar Mitzvah.• AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning services at 5 30 p m Saturday morning sen ices are at 9am. with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and discussing: "Dreams ami Dream irRevealing Future Plans Mincha i.it 5 p.m followed b> Shalos Seudos Host will !* %  Kmanuel Lebowiti Rabbi Ever will diin-the Weeklj Portion Dail) sen ices are at K a m and ~> 30 p BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 pin Saturday morning sen ices arc at 8 30 am when Rabbi Shmaryahu Bwirsk) will officiate and preach on the theme "The Light Which No Darkness Can Put Out Class in Sanhedrin is at 3:30 p.m. After Mincha. Rabbi Swirsky will discuss a portion of the Tanvah Junior serviceare in Academy Hall at 10 a.m. Michael, son of Mr. and MrNathan Miller, will become Bar Mitzvah HI ALE AH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8 15 p.m.. with Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating and preaching on the topic: "Tell ing Oneself the Truth." Saturday morning servioej are at 10 a.m. MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Rab bi Abraham I.evitan will officiate and the title of his sermon will be: "The Efficacy of Prayer." Saturday morning class in Talmud will meet at 8 a.m.. followed by services at 9 The Rabbi's sermon will be entitled: "Jacob Returns Home." At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will conduct a class in advanced Biblical studies Mincha is at 5:15 p.m. Maariv will be at 6 NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will hold services on Friday evening at 5:05 p.m. Late services' will be at 8 p.m., at which time will take place the presentation of a gold plated Menorah donated to the Center by Isaac and Harry Hirsch Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and preach on the subject: "The Jug of Oil. Can tor Edward Klein will chant the liturgy, assistod by the Center Choir under the direction 0i Mr Eli Samuels Ofl Saturday morn Ing, services will begin at 8:45 am. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Herson will officiate and preach Board of directorof the Sisteihood will sponsor the evening Saturday morning servicei are at 9am. when Rabbi Her-oii will discuss Diplomatic Corps." cantor Albert ciantz will render the musical portions of the liturg) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.ffl Rabbi Akiva Chill will officiate Mid preach on: "How Do We Judgl Man's Worth Saturday when Barry Patch will he-ome Bar Mitzvah Children's services are at 11 am Rabbi Okolica will discuss: "The Power of Amos." Friendship circle, under the direction of VeResolution Urges All-Out Effort For Miami CJA An all-out, concerted effort to recruit manpower from Jewish organizations for support of the Comvette Cole will follow the services j bined Jewish Appeal to the aim of 1 a resolution unanimously passed by the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at their last official meeting. Adopted unan reading was the resolution intro duced by Sam J. Heiman. chairman ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services ; ,t 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi B Leon Hurwitz officiating and preachinc on the topic: "Soil and Soul." Oneg Shabhat will follow TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 815 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kroniaa will Officiate and preach on the topic: "Blessed is the Land Saturday morning serviceare at 10:45 a.m. Teddy, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sokolsky. 4301 Adamave. will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the UfuTgJ Music, Arts Le, lo rresentPrgs, For I^nd-A.H^ Miami Beach Mu* League will hold a thebenef,t ( ,fLenri A P H r0Sr, ] rfycver,„ R .ri„ H ? Fadden Deauvil', h n .;, Ballet Guild of <;.*., under the direction mr 1 mcur. who ,s also \Z icisl meeting. | president. ,n Drp .,„,^ ,, a, imously upon first ides,' Tanon.im M !" >3 e resolution intro"Fete tiaii, ,,„.... •• "•*>* Fete Italiienne." Baltic Trio will of the 1955 Combined Jewish ApLatvian. Lithuanian aiuir peal, urging every organization to vakian. with Anita Ka accept a specific quota of volun-1 Sepp and Tekia an-* n !" r I tear workers to be provided by 1 them for the entire campaign. The resolution further provides that these organizations embark upon a step by step program to insure the Combined Jewish Appeal a sufficient number of workers to man the enlarged and expanded campaign in 1055 It was pointed out by Heiman • that the CJA "should be the priorTEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Ry philanthropy of the community hold Friday evening services at .j ncc it encompasses nearly 60 8:15 pin Rabbi Joseph Narot will beneficiary agencies in Greater Miofficiate and preach on the topic: am j_ m the United States, overseas I Seek My Brothers" Reception an d „, Israel." Heiman's resolu in honor of Temple members and jj„ n provided for designation of a Candlelitfhting: Time KISLEV 22 — 5:15 p.m. the Shriners will follow morning services are at 8:90 a.n Subject of the sermon is "Envy Caused By Challenge." Junior services are at !• i n tod bj Rev A ,1 Safra and a--i-ted h) Melvin Safra Kiddu-h will follow, served bj members of the Sisterhood, with MrPauline Chill actinu as bostess Class in Talmud is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m. Rabbi t hill will discuss the W ea fcla Portion Daily services are at 7 and 8am and 5:15 and 5:45 p.m. • • • DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 9:19 p.m Saturday morning serv[ ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arid Becker will preach on the topic: I Parents and Children." Class in Talmud will precede services at 8 am Bible discussion is at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos SendoMr. and Mrs Samuel Biegal will be hosts I HEBREW ACADEMY will hold .Friday evening services at 5:15, j p.m. Saturday morning services | are at 9 am Rabbi Alexander Gross will discuss the Weekly Porition. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed j by Shalos Seudos. Sunday services are at 8 a.m., with daily services held at 7 30 am and 5:30 p.m. NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv ices at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry i Okolica officiating and preaching ,on the topic "Light Over Dark ness" Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directBETH EMETH CONORtOATION will hold Friday evening -ervices at 7:30 p.m. Cantor Alex Cohen will officiate Chanuka party will he held Sunda) morninc at 10 a m BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services .it 8 15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Henrj Wer nick will officiate Saturday morning services are at !l am Rabbi Weraick will dl eu "The F.tcr nal Quest ion Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs George Saluk, will become Bar Mitgvah The Salukwill sponsor the Friday •venial Oneg Shabhat and floral offerings in honor of their son Daily serviceare at 7:90 am and 5 15 pin. with CJA chairman in each organization who. working with a hand-picked committee, will be responsible for meeting the worker's quota in his specific group. President of each and every organization were asked to contact their membership by personal letter and urge them to enroll as CJA workers in their own individual field of interest and that appealInmade regular!;, at organization al meetings for volunteers Pointing out that the many outlying municipalities surrounding the Greater Miami area require special coverage this year. Heiman stated that upwards of 2.500 campaigners would be required to do an effec live job. The greatest all out manpower Sunday servicescheduled for 8 effort will be required frum Jewish a.m groups on the one day Tommu• nity Mobilization door-to-door ISRAELITE CENTER will hold drive, the resolution indicated. Also appearing will he jFreddie (ohm mH ] In charge of information,* ry Barnhard. president Guardians of hra>J To be Honored Here Guardianof ,srael in u> er Miami are., will be hosmil a luncheon in the BiscavntTa hotel on Thursday, Dec. y*l was announced thiweekbyhl Sher. Greater Miami chainj the Israel Bond OrsaniatictT "A Guardian o( brad," ed Sher i., perm wto| shown enough interest and | in i-raei io purchase a mia of SI.000 m Israel Devtk BondThere will he a solerisj nmg ceremonj I i h mortafl ians who have played -uch it tinguished i in II | l-rael Our Readers Get This Calendar Fre All Hebrew And Knfdisk 1 For 24 Tears, 1931 To 1965. Ya" seit And Bar MiUrsh Dual A Glance! Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. I-ate services are at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating and preaching on the topic: "Our Synagogue Today." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the mu' sical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are dt 830 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Melvin. son I, testimonial dinner and dance at of Mrs Helen Block, grandson of ) t h e Algiers hotel Saturday night in Gabbai Meyer Stein, will take, honor of Mrs. Anna Popiel. Gus The campaign will open official ly with a community wide rally on Thursday. Jan. 13 at the Miami Beach Auditorium North Dad# Honors Four North Dade Jewish Center held Mount Nebo announce* another special service to Greater Miami Jewiy — without charge — for your increased pleasure Personalized Haggadahs for Passover beautifully illuatrated by Siegmund Forst faithfully translated and personalized with your family name printed on the cover RESERVE NOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO TMf CimiTlKY Of DISTINCTION Phone MO 7-2011 place. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening serviceat 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning >erviccs are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and preach on the topic: "Shall We Compromise?" Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services are at 7:30 am and 5:30 p.m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8 30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro ; will officiate Guest speaker will lie Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro, who will di-cus"Pride of Being an American Jew Cantor .lo-eph \V Malek and the Temple Choir under the direction of Rev. Mordecbai Haalman will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Oneg Shabhat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mrs. Louis Greenfield Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will di-custhe Weekly Portion Weber. Sam Segal and Irving GUs ser. Rabbi Henry Okolica gave the benediction. Benjamin Miller is president of the group, and Dr. William K. Bores was chairman of the affair. Luncheon for Students i On Sunday morning Dec. IB. the P.T.A. of North Shore Jewish Cen-! ter will sponsor a luncheon for { students of the religious school at an annual Chanuka assembly. Mrs. N Herman Stern and Mrs. Philip Jacoby are co-chairmen of the party Mrs Ben Fabric is P.T.A. president The a*w edition of tat I All Hebr nd Bafjk* i fro1931 to 1955. ill | kelMsys to 1*L Thh ** %  KM an"*"" nr ttnrtlMn lo tmn I 1MB lamt •ailinn f *• Cab-aJar .1 o tat T"• %  fre* ral-f'fa • kam WIN: co. ft** I /, %  rmtkurs^ *•< ^ *5>w T."Bt< vi rra. %  'aihi luwuh 6. Rockovalrv MS Michigaji Avenue Mimn. Saarb >*anm 4 3S8 5 T Ofcr AUGUST BROS nyr It the Of ST.' PALMER'S MIAMI KCNUMENT CO. Servinf tUM"* Community Siwtf M'aml'e On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Larq Stock On Hand For mme>dkrt DliTryl Exclusive m ROCK of m MEMORINS saBj^-**,,^ J


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IBER 17, 1954 ^Jtnlsiirhrfdtotn PAGE 9B inity Notional Bank Initiates Suizberger Named for n Service; New 9uartertthw^ rvice *7* [ ,, .ion,! Bank pa %  Cincinnati. Ohio; Hawld A Stem ,,. r „ IT S l,bpr B' f Surfside at> L Nation..! Harm p ,, r n ^ ,n, yh >*en named for the dischairman affilis Li Miami Beach s fir* J" !" '" !" v ,„'" f nr '' ,r r hnguished service award of the c st B nch nf E.ervice U ednesday. ] Inc.. ML Vern on NY ;SurfM(|( ^^ ^ "jJJjL,-, League, a [T service; New OuorterttHwiri^^ 1 !" Women's League Has Fund Brunch PlH^* „.„ S _.T^ ^ L ,_. .... F.unene Suhborger. Surfside at> Mrs r WlW Cohen. Torah Fund (JeorRe liiled with the South the National Wornr I .-„ -. i .1 .;nr announced that the B. Storer. president, Chamber of Commerce, it was re-1 """""l Torah Fund Brunch was Lin teller service area real estate investor; r. Lowrv Wall. a nor .„, ,,:„„„, r "V "' Ta tpl parking facilities president of Miami Beach First NV Kft 1"/?" !" ,on ? 1 Mrs B aa-ibU. by en-fona. Bank, and Stanley K Whitg conSV^^the"^ 85 f rn|lM „ ,ve.. 96th st. man. real estate broker ] m;in „„,, „ as ^.^ J m S"2 honr Participating Sisterhoods iind their chairmen were Mr*. Irving Solomon, North Shore Jewish Center; Mrs. Max Krauss, North Shore Jewish Center; Mrs. Isadore Teitler. West Miami Jewish Center; Mrs. Sidney Pozen, Beth David; Mrs. Harry Cohen, Zamora Jewish Center; Mrs. George Spector. Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; Mrs. E. Poaster, Temple Sinai, Hollythe stamp of* q ualify ,.„ the financial instiopP n the doors ofits | Storer Broadcasting Co.; Catchings ported here by"lLeourd Zigman I ne d at tn *' Algiers' hotel" Thursday. nen i quarters at 96O0 Therrel, Copeland. Therrel and presidi n( of the group Guest speaker was Rabbi Baruch in B al Harbour. Ba.sden; Ben Turchin hotel and T K aw ., n| wj „ b ', Silverstein. of New York, •in Idler service area I realestate mvestor: F Uwry Wall. a pocia| (llnm r K^X*! Taking part in the program was Benjamin Wolff, past presiof the Southeast Branch, who honored the "Chai" club. Miss Lil-! wood; Mi.ss Lillian Goodman. Temrbour blvd Community National Bank of Bal | the community are Mayor Leo lian Goodman conducted a dedica-1 p ] e Emanuel; Mrs. Jack FinkleU re. deigned by AugHarbour is a memnrr .,1 the Fed Rose, of Surfside. Mayor Shepard "?? f **" Ligh,s of Tora ', in ; stein, Israelite Jewish Center; Mrs. iiA is a combination %  H .„ rv n v ,. m .,_,, ...,... i .. „ ,, which all chairmen participated. b ,„H elass AlReserve System and F.D.LC. Broad of Bay Harbor Islands, and ... „ M. Sprunen. Hialeah Miami d brick and glass, ni B 01 ,i_ r h nWn hmir ,_„ r _, „,,.. ,, .... First Drama Trio presented a K „,.,„.. ,he entire east wa n. Regular banking hours are from 10 J. Mactallum. vice president of pIay entitlcd .. The g^n, on the Springs; Mrs. R. Gladder, Beth ,cean. i-constructed of ajn. to 2 p.m. dairy. | C ommunity Bank, I Doorpost." m Emeth. three immense glass r — %  leiling height forming main entrance. A lends flexibility to the low, modern design, fcrn influence is indicatinterior which was delate Myers, AID, of RichMiami Furnishings in, imported from the Unusual teak and ebony Ity National opened in [quarters on Feb. 15 of irith deposits of approxand one half million present its resources five and one-half milare F Lowrv Wall. |f the board: C. L. Clemlident; Catchings Therbtident Kenneth C. Gifpresident; (' L Clempresi lent; J. J. Mac bistanl vice president; |ihi>cashier. Ln Ihe board Ol directors fit Baisden, Copeland, n Attorneys; Carl in B'ackburn BrothClairton, Pa.; C. L. Jr. president ol Chata %  • n't Loan Aaaoc ; I president of Geiger |: L Clemeata Jr., | pre Ii MI of Chase Fedaajd Loan Aoc. Jfnfali-i.n. retired manuf, Washington, Ind.; Dr. executive assistant to 'the board of F'ood Fair Robert A. Peterson, | herrel i Baisden; Dan loomr of Public Gas K Scliott, president of [Scliptt Investment Co., fi B'rith Lodge West Miami t-.of the new M. Aurel B-B^naiBrith, at Sara[l*h Brmi B'rith Lodge ••I Fmrida. was an-, •is week by. Sidney M. j [if Miami, president of State Federation of Lodges. • on ceremonies took 15 at Temple Beth Shol>ta. l>cfore a crowd of Persons. Benjamin EisSarawta. was installed resident M the installation cerepded Dr. Donald Michctor, B'nai B'rith Hillel University of Miami; l Kosenfeld, education I' I londa Regional OfJDefamation League of and Robert Schneider imiagton, DC. national membership field di|liary to Fete ""eial will be held by | ruce Brown Post Auxil-' |WV. on Wednesday eveP 2 8 P m„ at the RepebI 1947 West Flagler St. p-lay. Doc. 2 3. at 7 p.m..' 1 ; ""> will entertain p.. '•' Marine Base Hospital Kka. Also planned is a F Patients at Pratt GenP 1 l. Coral Gables, on evening, Dec. 22. 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PAGE 10 B + fri*trkrk#on FRIDAY. Sunday, Dec It, •>' | P %  "" ,h '" Miami Beach Kniffits ol Pythias Plot ol Mi Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi S T Swirskj i,an m ii sun ived b) ii.. x if( H innah: .. son, Joseph; two daughters, Mrs Harriet Klli son. of H i ami MrMargaret Borkin ol Miami; .< brother Louis; five slsti rs and i Hi %  '-' %  Ire" Mr Carron Miami Beach i residi nl ol the 100 I lub, member of th1 Pythian and South B e ac h Men's Club Arrangements are m charge nl Monument romps "es are asked i" attend. Pamphlet on Good Will Distributed by Local MCCJ Living on good terms with neighbors in a democratic sodelj 6 no! easy, and children must be trained in the difficult art of good will Such i> the thesis of i new pamphlet just released by the National Conference of Christians and Jews Designed ;i> a stud] and discus smii -uide lor parents, the p.imph Jet is called "Rearing Children ol Good Will." Authors arc Mrs Edith (I Neisser. well known writ ci on parent education and child development: Sister Marj de Lour des, professor of education. St Jo seph's College at Hartford. Conn ; and Dr Man Fisher l.an-nniit ill rector.of the summer institute "ii Family and Community l.ivn;. Vaasar < 'olli "Children ol good will are the hope oi .i -II ore and n a aiding fruition ol the American waj ol life declares Col Harold Ri< •i in i prefatory note Col Hie ^i In,,, n is chairman ol tlM N< 1 Commission on Communit) Oi izations, which supervised the pro dUCtion ol the pamphlet Copies of the pamphlet have been distributed local!) to mem I .is oi the Intergroup Education Committee of the Dade Count] school system The publication may be obtained in the Miami office ol NCCJ. Malakoff Named Maico South Florida Distributor Announcement id the appoint men! of Milton s Malakofi as South Florida distributor of the Maico Company, Inc., manufactftrers ol meilic.il acoustic nistruments, was made this week by John 1> Worrell, southeastern sales a well known merfor many years on Miami Avenue and isurvived by his fattier, < harlea Goldatein and a -i-i, i MiReggie Welnkla Mrs. Goldstein is survived by her daughter Mi" Nornu Lee Friends are asked to be present. iihvrv lirsl HIGHEST IN RESERVES MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL %  •-IV N0 ,0N H| tl0 „ NOTHSHO[ ISANCH MAIN OHKl d Hoidiiio .i l.nnla Rood and Woikj.,,,, t „ F-RtlDINT MANASEMfNT MAKES POSSIBU out JT Blumin Unveiling The .'. licatidn oi > monument to (he memorj ol th< ate Abraham Blumin. formeri) ol 1353 BM 84th %  ve will take | S indaj Dm 19, i ;tu p in .it Mi Nebo emr ti rj with Rabbi Allied Waxman of ficiating Mr Blumin issHrvived b) inwife Bewie; %  • son, Stan Ii \ ,. daughter. Fiien Sue; her mother, Mrs Stella Blumin, of New York; three brothers. Harry, of Miami Beach. Arthur and Morris of New York; tWO sisters Mrs Lillian Belwyn, Of New York, and Mrs. Evelyn Dembner of Pennsylvania Mr Blumin was i member ol Watt Miami Lions Club, West Miami Jewish Center and dial Cables Jewish Center He was also a Mas on Arrangements are la charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company Friends and relatives are asked to attend. FUGLERiUi,.,,... Ujj._ Y ::! rjjj MIAMI'S MOST UAUTI.Ul )l \ ; %  %  T~TJ' 24H..r Ambwlonc. S.rvu, ; nM ^ MITCIBi 2987 W. FIAGUR STREET, MIAMI S* or fktmt M NAT GANS n. 34i 4 mi LIU INSUKANCl HHDS Metropolitan lift Insurance Co. 907 Biscay** 8M., 14 W. Flakier m -s Malakofi eras Florida director Ol the State of Israel Bond Campaign Previously, he bad been public relations director ol the Great er Miami Jewish Federation Maico Company Smith Florida headquarters are in th, Huntington Medical bldg an.i manufactures hearing aid equipment Malakofi h.,s lived in Greater Mi ami since 1946 having come here from New York City, where he was executive director oi the v R York Pha ouncil. Symposium on Tercentenary Jo be Featured in Miami On Sunday evening. Dec 19. 6 pm. the annual Chanuka concert nf the Workmen s Circle Peretz School will take place at 1545 SW rd st Miami Pupils of the school will participate in a program of songs and recitations Advanced students are scheduled to take part in a s>m posium on The Tercentenary of Jew-ish Life in the United States %  L. La-savin, principal, will direct R"**nsiein was the program. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lillian Topol. formerly of 6211 Alton rd.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, Dec 19. 3 pro. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating Mrs Tpol is ur--] rived b) her husband, Benjamin; a daughter, Mrs Mildred Ostrow; two sons, Mitchell and Jack: and ,i sister. Rebecca Bull, all of Miami Bea< h Arrangements, are ia charge of Palmer* Miami Monument Com pany Friends and relatives ..re asked to attend — • Smith-Rosenstein Unveiling Propper Gets Award For his continuous courteous treatment to the patrons of the Ocean View Branch Post Office. Postal Clerk Fred Propper has ben named this week's winner of the Miami Beach'Chamber of Cm merce courtesy award. Leo Eisenstein courtesy committee chair man. announced this week Prop per. a postal clerk for the past five years was nominated for the court <-> award by Mri ,\be Durbin Propper and his wife. Vivu-nne. reside at 9041 Garland ave The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late AagUSta K Smith Rosenstcin. formerly of 1401 Alton rd.. Miami Beach will take place Sunday. Dec 19. 1 p.m., • at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi' Irving Lehrman officiating Mrs. Rosenstein is survived by her husband. Julius, and a son. Morton Alan Smith, of Miami Beach. Mrs. a member of Mt. j Sinai Hospital. Miami Beach He-' brew Academy, board of directors of Temple Emanuei. member of the t board of Hanna Senesch Hadassah. past president of the Sisterhood of Ahvas Israel of Passaic N J hoard of directors of the Daughters of Miriam. Patterson, and an active member of the Jewuh Home for the Afgd Arrangements are in charge of Palmers Miami Monu ment Company Friends and relaare asked to attend Dedicated to operating your HOMEBETTER FASTER CHEAPER WITH AUTOMATIC DEPENDABLE s 5aW fjaasjf <£#**<* tIDOY KILOWATT >or W.r.d Hond fCt'lOllta rOWtt t *W M0IT COMPART Miami Wholesale Corporc 120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phc] rVe Carry a Complete line of Linens for HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon Sheets — Blankets — Towels M i Pillow Cases — Spreads — Dish Towels Plastic Goods, etc. Fully Air Conditioned Ample I GI A ^ F0R EVERY PURPOJ U L M J J ST0M rtoMT run mi MM f urmilur* Tft, Beve^sd Mirreft nn4 ttsifverJRj 0*r SsHSlI L. ft G. 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8ER 17. 1954 JCTv/ PAGE 11 B frith Youth Ldds to Staff "Siime staff peepte |B ,e activities of the k h youth chapters of ileph iml Bnal BTith ,'nai BTith Youth Ori er announced this L e) Efronson, chairiGreater Miami B'nai [Committee. Hegel was named BH ervisor and will work t h.. volunteer advis|0 [^ youth program, Cffman will work with unC il and chapters. ,, ,,;.„ nn the staff Ui-h Social Service [graduate of the Penn„f Social Work ; degree at Western nrsity His group ence has been with Uliancc. Cleveland, as ctor Uved in the same caTHE TERCENTENARY STORY C^yrlsht. It64. by Amerlcta itwUh Pre* 9. Spread of Jewish Communities Text by b/Nl6. ELA2AR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGcj BY 1640, JCWKM CouMuuaie • %  CAN roe*PIU tO OTHER P*RT Of AMfRWA. CHARLESTON, 6.C. OROANlXED IT# FlT 5VN00&U IN 1741. •"*" *! %  A I" 1703 AND HAD THCIB FlRT JEW* HAP TM ONM OOCrOK IN THE ARIA TH PIR6T WHITB CHILD TO B Bonn IN (5COOi A WA* A PAUSHTIR Of ONE OF THIS (SBOUP. Emanu-EI Has Chanuka Institute Annual Chanuka Preparation In-, commence on Sunday evening, Dec. stitute held at Temple Emanu-EI 119, with the kindling of the first were sponsored this year by both Chanuka candle, and will conclude Mils Hoffman Camp Galil, Cleveland, borhood Center tiK, ||.> was also direckios Park Temple Cenrark. Pa c-iiit position with the Service Bureau is as pen i-i>r. nan took her AB de' University of Miami, najored in psychology iy Holds ia Affair orientation program jted by the Hebrew |T.A. on Sunday eveAcademy auditorium, Miami Beach. Barnes William Farr, Salkoff and Henry chairmen of arrangeunicd a capacity turnpit ion was held feafocet of the Chanuka Ich will be celebrated W 20 through the 27. [il were a hand-writill and prizes. lot the evening will go I r chasing additional |equipment and expanI il library, accordi lea Gertler, presiId Zinn. Gift Shop chairk>'ed Chanuka objects, Hcorationi for the Uka hooks, records and Itpriate Chanuka ma' of decorations for the re Mrs. Maurice Mamp. Max Silverberg. the Sisterhood and the ParentTeacher Association, according to Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, presidents. The Institute was scheduled for Wednesday morning to begin at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel. The workshop, planned primarily for parents, included a complete orientation on the forthcoming festival of Chanuka. Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan, Institute co-chairmen, announced that a varied, informative program was planned, highlighted by a talk given by Rabbi Irving Lehrman on "Chanuka and its Celebration." Cantor Philip Brum mer taught the special Chanuka songs and blessings. Demonstrations and displayincluded holiday foods by Mrs. Harry Brick and Mrs. Saul Rabin: home decorations by Mrs Miriam Solkoff; and party decorations by Mrs. Herbert Young, who will also act as commentator. The Gift Shop display was presented by Mrs. Henry Hillman. A movie was shown of a model home Chanuka party for youngsters, taken recently at a Temple Emanu-EI religious school student's home when he and his parents were hosts to his class. Working on the arrangements committees for the Institute were Mrs. Herbert Cohen, Mrs. Jacob Classman, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan and Mrs. Simon Rubin. Chanuka. the Feast of Light, will on Monday, Dec. 27. To All A Most Happy Holiday NOBLE H. PARKER REAL ESTATE 1623 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach To All Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy Chanuka The Prom Shops 760 41 it STMET, MIAMI BEACH 115 UNCOIN ROAD 263 MIRACIE Mlli, COHAL GABIES 111 N. 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PAGE 12 B +l*mtstncrklk*ti raiDAY, I* Federation Officials Take Strong Stand Against Multiple Appeals in Local Area \ •. ken b) the i • I • • i d fund d IM which lh the I %  • Mr K.:" l'< \a %  %  i M %  • ..: tj n %  • • %  n that -!l> in i %  mmu work out • %  la i throp%  mi an Sam %  -ael ajsen' %  SUNR&YPARK HEALTH RESOtfT NCTT.. -SANrutiu* •"! %  It^Toi Chanuka Festival Due s S M • Beach ariH 7; -• N .rv>ented hj tfce school cm'. Mar based on .: %  ;;• %  • p.->em .;] s • Sers V K jpper and GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL MKS l r. :: i.v tsui! Bulletin Available > the :AC! .SDERA-R1TERS INSURANCE AGENCY Complete I c c t Gordon Funeral Home S+rrimg iht 4rtci*h t mmmmmitm •I l.rrmter Miami tritk Hmmmr amd Bixtimctimn IT Or+r m Qmmrier •/ n (rmlmrg •! I r..\jn rttnl .ubequent I • skowj Roth *..hoaorod at j • held h> the organtH'ion in Tampa V>\ 7 \ :al plaque was preo t h. which hi wife actual ag >urgHocpttal, Ball -pecial tribute, the .%  entire proCl '..:-ur.d -< r." n Mart nee returned to hi* I7J t f\W~ *-. ZM* N w. 7* a.OTM. W %  v 1151 ,IMf ROUT,£ Of couaiEou; t : FiBOUl NUallll %  ur IN jgS&X" QUAI ^^ MLKATISSfll LONO-OISTANCE MOVERS Disfriiwred by HI GRADE FOOD CO, 1733 N.W. 7th Artniw DAILY PICK-UPS New Tark. Nt. Jertty, Miilt>lilpkil. % %  rria > n. WMatM^jHa AIMBT tsta hni^mi ail •fker ••infs. DIAL 5-7147 RETJRN LOAD RATES ML UEBERMAN & SONS 6SS COLLINS AVE i ^Jyih/ Milk CREAM KXCfEAM iisttm to SCHACHTfR-S Yiddish Program • %  Tij K*** •• *W first ea fcs ** lrajct listrc-a] % %  c -* :E *EEKl -mil •• a a ?:* i '• :N ;.rr STATION WWF1 STATION WWfl 10 RACES NIGHTLY Except • QUINIELAS IVftY RACE • DAILY DOUftLE 1stl2<* • POST TIME tOO M* • NO AAlMOtS ADMITTIO to or on thtprtr'* jl fWaM _irf OJS %  CvTSW 1 r. o* • vV G VS T BR S R>/ 7) • ••



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UMBER IT. 1954 ^Jenistirtcridiar} PAGE 13 B m Named Community Planning Itee Chairman for 1955 CJA Drive West Miami Kindergarten ?lans Sunday Program brnun has been a P ihc commu,.f the t h P leration, I HV>II MyMpo iresponsible for Sonoi the rvicea oplocal I rati m-supI %  : • s "f.,,,,1 surveys in ordw yhelh i tag tli* basic human community. J, rinl .< n> his new post of interest and trainlirkl of social science lj welfare. | bjs Bai helor of Arts | Harvard College, with ociiil sciences. In un|w he was president go fraternity, Sigma Inrt also was president jhe collegiate Zionist f m go years, Thurtreasurer oi "Thur|y" in 'grain l md distributor lid products and has ,n> successful husispecial honor on Thurman. appoint Miami will hold ii fifth annual K s m foods and reinii him head ol the "Dehj Iration Chanuka dinner dance al the Shel and Compression of Foods" Departborne hotel on Thursday evening, K attended summer ment. In 1941. he was associate Dec. 23,7 p.m. In charge of reserva racuse l niversity and deputy of the War Fund Administions are Mr, Mullie Coldborg and tration in Washington, and also di Simpson Rosenberg. rectecl the Fond Division of OPA for one year. Harold Thurman Kindergarten of Wesl Miami h Center will offer a pro at tii ill be %  r Dubler ide level %  will ; lai Susan Br. Bonnie Kalish, Nell 1 1 Horenstein, Richard Horen Brill, Mark Aronson, • Aronson, Richard Glukstad, Susan Gruber B irl ara Brass, Carol Ann Potash, MornSusaneck, Linda I oi rest, Diane Harris .. n d Martha Kaplan, Prince will be Stuart Fisher,] with Alan Brass acting as bandleader Guardsmen are Andrew l ini h, David Kalish, Larry Cohen and Donard Kresdin. Mn Malae h will be pianist. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader, will distribute Chanuka OIWRBIIW!4 A I1 ... G REETINGS Commercial Bank of Miami Member Federal Deposit Insurar.cj Corporation 6015 K.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7-5744 GREETINGS TO ALL VUaro Painting 1'oznpanu your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure 1170 S.W. 6th STREET PHONE 82-6158 tor. He was also president of tin dealers Great** Boston Council of the Jew lab Centers. During World War n. the War Din er Dance Due Food Administration conferred a Detroit Social Club ol Gi TO ALL GREETINGS RUSSELL HOUSE MOVERS BONDED— I N S U R E D "No Substitute ior Experience" PHONE 7-4973 7253 N.W. 1st AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA [i titute at Vassar %  mpleted coursi ind ocial planThurni.m was a trustl. Associated Jewish es and served as chair|r,il of the Food Divifund campaigns. He id a member of Shawthitt city. s, he served as presil"Jewish Big Brothers I and is currently the |ry president of that Bcti\ < %  participation in itinn began in 1925, ently serves as vice I the national organizaI Brothers of America" ober of their official reau He was recently (deliver an address in ch. where a group was led to develop a new [ Association. is one of the founders Vocational Guidance istun ;md has served Beauty Supply Firm Co-Sponsors Lectures Thurman's widespread activity in Miami nearly equals the record he has set in his native Boston. He Royal Beauty Supply Company, is a member of Federation's board Miami and West Palm Beach, was of governors and executive commit co sponsoring with Bonal and Bo tee and last year was chairman of nat. Inc.. a group hair styling and the budget committee. In the 1953 educational program held in Combined Jewish Appeal. Thurman several cities in Florida, announced was active in the Winter Residents Albert .1 Hirsch. president of Division in Coral Gables, where he Royal. resides. R ay R ee( |_ paN president of AlaThurman is vice president of Mi bama Hairdressers Association and ami's Bureau of Jewish Education winner of numerous hair styling and chairman of their adult educa %  awards, was the featured attraction committee. He is a hoard memtj ( >n at the following public demonbe r of the Jewish Home for the (rations and lectures: Aged, the Jewish Centers Associa-1 Sunday and Monday. Dec 5 and tion and of Temple Israel. He 6. at the Carnival room, Hotel Alserves as chairman of the religious cazar. Miami: Tuesday evening, school committee at Temple Israel fje.irge Washington Hotel. Wesl He recently accepted the vice Palm Beach, chairmanship of the Senior Citizens Reed presented to the Royal~ Division in the Welfare Planning Bonat audiences a program consist-1 _. Council. He wi" act as chairman jny of 'Styles of Tomorrow'' and of "Senior Citizens Weeks" to be "Futuristic Hair Styles'" Officials Hive committee of the | celebrated Feb. 21-27. t.ted that the chief styltat and Wish Education there. Thurman numbers among his educations director of Bon. as icw:,t reasurer of the'other memberships the Harvard also available for private hain TO ALL GREETINGS!! JANES REALTY COMPANY Not Incorporated KENDALL. FLORIDA — Phone MO 7-3651 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA — Phone 1303 POMPANO BEACH — Phone 9815 A. W. JANES, Registered Broker GREETINGS TO ALL L. < MORKIS. Inc. PAVING • CONSTRUCTION 2581 N.W. 72nd STREET PHONE 65-2421 section of the Antieague of B'nai B'rith. ember of the national nmittee of the Jewish lot the New England ^B. Between 1940 and an was a board memBllel House at Harvard ved as vice president |of Hillel House," the pile. Mass, Thurman frsi president of the pish Community CenClub of Miami, American Jewish ing instruction. Committee, Technion, YIVO and Hirsch. whose Miami organ.zathe Greater Miami Jewish Tercention is at 119 NE 6th s .s now ce1tenary Committee. Recently, he ebrating his firms 15th ann.verdelivered a paper at the General sary. Assembly of Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Thurman s uncle and father-inlaw is nationally famed Rabbi Sam uel Thurman, who recently celebrated 40 years of service as a rabbi in the United Hebrew Temple in St. Louis. Thurman's wife, Melanie, is also active in communal affairs. The Thurmans have two daughters. Jane. 17, who is a senior at a northern preparatory school, and Debbie. 9, in the fourth grade at Coral Gables Elementary School. The Thurmans reside at 3801 Riviera dr. in Coral Gables. TO ALL GREETINGS FRANK BARESE ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 12428 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI, FLORIDA "Good Food at Reasonable Prices" Phone 7-9653 IA MOST HAPPY pHANUKA fBgeFs i shop %  J MEN'S STREET JRTS CLOTHES" [co Do Leon Blvd. Ph. 4-6124 t-Holidaya ** Tcwaco F'rviee •lion Specialists Batteries ? T FLAGLER ST. Hartley's Auto Top Sliop The Best In Materials and Wofkmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avenuo Phono 3-8997 VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS Stern Electrical Engineering RCA Radios — Television Sales and Service 5138 S.W. 8th STREET Phone 4-6540 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL MEL JACK HERMAN KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phono 2-5197 TO ALL GREETINGS Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY PAUL L. HUTCHINSON HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION 1155 Collins Avenuo PHONE 50-9402 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA IN LOS ANGELES „ IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT'S HENRICI'S IN NEW YORK IT'S LINDY'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANT — SANDWICH SHOP No. 1 Lincoln Road Collins Ave. at 21 St. •I



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PAGE MB +Jelit>fk>r*0i** FRIDAY Hotel Di Lido HEALTH CLUB SOLARIA Open to Public FOR LADIES end MEN Steam Rooms Turkish Baths SCIENTIFIC SWEDISH BODY MASSAGE under suoorvrs'on of IEO and DOROTHY VOCEIFANG and Staff of Trained Registered MASSEUR and MASSEUSE Open All Year-Seren Dos a Week ON THE OCEAN t I'NCOIN ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone S8 0811 GLOBAL SHORTS Dane Charges Julius Roab Is Nazi and Anti-Semitic \ SITED \ ITtONS \ Fteaeben, Danish correspondent ;it the I \ and who R (with menl against in luliui Rash e?itb i anti • •' 1 \ 3. Fn had v' when Hn Ttt All #; r< Orthodox Rabbis Issue Injunction Against Move \>u YORK (AJP) Twelve Orthodox Rabbit, n pre i, nlcal Council of the Rabbinical All! h.i\ e banted Injunction* i teflon >'f the v man nt to altar the • h and la Beth Din violating ion "Si MRS. W. F. ROCKWEU T RADIATORS REPAIRED CLEANED RECOREO IkUfJ RADIATOR SERVICE 203S N.W. 1st AVENUE Phone 12 1431 Goldmann Hails U.S. Decision To Review Middle East Policy PHILADELPHIA JTA The Iminiatral u'w ol it policj in thr Hidand I by Df Nabun GoJdmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, in an addrt m ben The Zionist k d bis (rill result in a ; ntrtbuting towards lilt) in the Middle %  Director of Joint Defense Appeal Dead at 43 M \\ YORK ; i i Victor d exi euti' i>f th. fi nse \i'i'i ii since lied mddenly las! wet %  ,,• Hospital He was 4;f y\ Rffi old Born in St Louis, he was acme in rnmmiiml) welfare for most of hiadult life He w.ieducated at Washington University of St. Louis IBM aaaociated with 11M N< York Federation of Jewish Philanthropicin 1936. CHANUKA GREETINGS GUNN & GUNN GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS 161 N.W. 52nd Street 7-3962 Survey Shows Reduction of Bigotry in U.S. Elections NEW YORK n \ The United v rable proi"Uprejudice •pectable DOlican Jewish Com.n a survej ol the The agree) laid th..t the reduction of rellgiotti try in the last election, in conit to its prevalence in previous Americanof all hmuch reason for rea—urance. little ground for smugness Aryan Widow of Jewish Slave Laborer Claims Pension LONDON w\s He.lwiR Me Aryan widow of %  Jewish laborer in Germany, complained thiweek m a letter to the Mi %  ( timnicle against Berlin's rejection of her demand for pen-ion The woman wrote that the Nazis had dismissed her hu.-hand in 1933 %  he -aid. hi' wamade a -lave laborer, where hihealth was ruin. WELL DRILLING C A MO 7-0357 '-TEED— < Imp III a ii Drill.iit n the 0C. by the ZOA H rk the wish scholar'i 80th anPremier David • irion. ii. hailed i the Protection for North African Jews Sought in Washington U \SHIMiTON ;JTA) — A -tale merit -ui;i;e-tinK that France should be a co guarantor, together with th. tw<> local governments, of any human right.conventions agreed upon for Tunisia and Morocco was prest ute.l here during the weekend to the Stall !>. partment and to the French fimhaieador in the United Ration of the American Jewish Committee. REST rV/SHES FOR A HAPPY HOUOAf Electro Neon Sign Co. 75 N.W. ttfe STtliT mum. FioetoA MM SEASON S CMTTMCS y*rmam'm Wtl Slolion u i 314 RaaUCU CORAL CARIES FUL Chicogo Racists Terrorize Jews, Rabbi Charges kGO WNS Rabbi Leonard C Mi-hkm. educational director of the Aaaoraated Talmud Toraks, declared last week in an open Martin H Kennelly that Jew. %  ChicagoWest Side were being terrorized by anti Semitic hoodlumand that inadequate police protection was being given to the 20.000 Jewresiding m the Greater Lawndale District d^-pite promises of increased police protection made last summer to a citizen* delegation. South Africans Send Greetings to Now Premier JOHANNESBURG JTA. The Board of South African Jewish Deputies and the Zionist Federation have sent messages of conCrateJations to Johannes G Strydoes on the occasion of hi* appoint uses* as Premier of South Africa "We pray that under >. U r leader ship our country may continue to Prosper d all its people find con teastsaent and happuit-sv the mes%  declared. Protests Against Delay of Indemnification Mount I \ IfaM meetings at which protests were voiced i Id salmiRg" m the gover n ni en fl handling of indemnification payments to individual applicantwere reported here this week from Hamburg. Duisburg and Mayence The Hamburg rally, called by the local Joint Committee Of I'ersecutee Organizations, heard Dr H. G van Dam. secretary-general of the Council of Jews in Germany, trace the snail's pace legislative progress of the indemnification. No Change Toward Jews Expected Under New Lender JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — No change in attitude by the Nationalist Government toward the Jewi-h community of South Africa is anticipated as a result of the dramatic choice of 61-year-old Johannes G. Sto don to succeed Dr. Daniel F Malan aa head of the party and Premier of the Union. Magii ily Transfer To. 343* N.W. 9ta AVENUE PWo* 45 7311 EXTENDS StASOMi CREETINCS French Author Fleg Honored On His 80th Birthday PARI> JT\ The Society of Men of Letter1 r< nch literary group, honored Edmond Fleg. nch Jei-h author and poet. this week on the occasion of his •Oth birthday The society tendered him a reception at which he was presented with a special edition of nd selected prose In arranging the reception, eietj pointed out that thi> is tfjJB fir-t time in its 130-year history itui it thus honored any French writer. Isroel Hails Sir Winston Churchill on 80th Birthday JERUSALEM (WNS) — Prime Minister I f w i n Sharett. on the e ca-ion of the celebration of the 80th birthday of Sir Winston Churchill, the British Prime Mm JRta who on many occasions called him-eif a Zionist, voiced the admiration of the I-raeli people for the WflKtor* olde-t. boldest and greatest statesman in a message to London. 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)ECEMBER 17. 1954 AL NOTICE -JewlstncrkHan PAGE 15 B LNDER FICTITIOUS \ i % %  %  %  • %  •',,,,. in HIIUUI nam* of ft ter HBIII ln< Cl i Florid*. JKAKHKT, rxt'T" mi • %  %  |,i,. I lers • Vi. '' EoM' i>win %  |K K [l; i 1 n,NOER FICTITIOUS INAME ; L *W ; |V|:N ,.. engage In name ... Ida. Intendj the ; lerh | i' '-"uniy. IMAII REALTY CORP til, |,.,.I K • President i, si jtDGES COURT ffOH DADE COUNTY. (IN PROBATE %  BE R NO 34197-A R(I'HI:KTS, iii--%  .•-•••! Blanche !'•. heard before ,,, the Court huiband c.r %  • from I Mil-, ,. of Ins IM1 i m -" %  II years %  KM Id Petition, i, raisei %  pre]>,,. .,. nth; and It tin LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UN ER FICTITIOUS LAW I.-' Hffltl-.ltY niVKN tint the underslg dead Ing to eni business undei the I OARDEN in AI,H|-. .,, M,.,,,,, (.•!,„. IIIH. Intend* to reglstei ml i nain. II,.clerk of Hi.. Clri uli court ..• County, Kim i.i.i HKNJAMIN rillKKN JOHNBON, LKVINHo.N A l-KRRl Attorney! t..r Benjamin Ureen 1I/2K II 1-10-IJ *^JEfeh&te*~ i^'Bv^t^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREB1 ijlVKN thai the undersigned, dead Ing to !" bualneaa undei thi rt< til u ia n Ui\ i iLi, .it MI Mlrai le \iii Coral i lable i lade I lountj. Iloi Ida i to reglsi. %  u HI, t! of the I %  lit Court ot Dade Count) Plorlda HIIJ>KtJARI>K K \\ Klt.sTER KI'I'.T WEI.I.:--. II Atti.i ney for Hlldegardi i: ". 1414-1] i "• Hi; i • tiuildiriK, 12/3-1" i. |n'.. Id nl I! Ml dc further •ourl that said Panil tied to the inati.. pel in.ni wave ...lent known to be %  RKII'i'N ORDERED thai |,h..]l %  iinif |i <" r hearing |f..uri ..n lh.11th day of \ \[ .it which time All heal evidence concern ...i absence ..f the eup|fni and the clrcumata n oai i vat BtTHKH nRDERED thai pul.lish.il in a new.~i : Klorida. once utive weeka j ,I.,I. 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NoteThe following of Maccbees VII II re^e* the P>rit rtf tnaT a ,, )t r „f (l-fortitude, and faith manifested by fcure and tradition of Juhroughout the ages.) came to pass that seven also with their mother [the king's command taken amefully handled with Jand cords, to compel them |of the abominable swine's lit one of them made him-pokesman and said, | thou ask and learn of us? L ready to die rather than K the laws of our fathers. (king fell into a rage, and |jed to heat pans and calnd when these forthwith bed. he commanded to cut [tongue "f him that had lir spokesman, and to scalp I to cut off his extremeties, (of his brethren and mothp K mi And when he was [aimed, the king commanding him to the fire, beim? and to fry him in the |d as the vapor of the pan a r. I hey and their mother prted one another to die lying thus: The Lord God and in truth is entreatas Moses declared in his Rich witnesseth against the their faces, saying; And [be entreated of His servthen the first had died afhtanner. they brought the to the mocking; and they [ft the "kin with the hair Wj him Wilt thou eat, be|boil> be punished in every But In answered in the hi his fathers and said to to Wherefore he also un[the next torture in succes [the fir-t had done. And was at the last gasp, he [ou miscreant, doest thou Us out of this present life. i^Jewislb-IEIIioiriidliiQuo MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1954 SECTION C CHANUKA AND THE STORY Of THE HEROIC MACCABEES Hannah and Her S even oons s Ancient Jewish Youths Sacrifice Their Lives to Tyranny Rather Than Do Obeisance to the Pagans; Saga ot Chamika Highlights Eternal Reward of a Great Tradition her fathers, My son. have pity upon me that carried thee nine months in my womb, and gave thee suck three years, and nourished and brought thee up unto this age. and sustained thee. I beseech thee, my child, to lift thine eyes unto the heaven and the earth, and to see all things that are therein, and thus to recognize that God made them not of things that were, and that the race of men in this wise cometh into being. Fear not this butcher, but, proving thyself worthy of thy brethren, accept thy death, that in the mercy of God I may receive (Jhee again with thy brethren. But before she had yet ended speaking, the young man said, Whom wait ye for? I obey not the commandment of the king, but I hearken to the commandment of the law that was given to our fathers through Moses. But thou, thou hast devised all manner of evil against the Hebrews, shalt in no wise escape the hands of God. For able memory; for when she looked on seven sons perishing within the space of one day. she bore the sight, with a good courage for the hopes wp are suffering because of our that she had set on the Lord. And own sins; and if for rebuke and chastening our living God had been angered a little while, yet shall He she exhorted each one of them in the language of their fathers, filled with a noble temper and stirring %  up her womanish thought with i a a1n be reconciled with His own manly passion, saying unto them, j servants. But thou. O unholy man I know not how ye came into my and of all most vile, be not vainly womb, neither was it I that bestowed on you your spirit and your life, and it was not I that brought into order the first elements of each one of you. Therefore the Creator of lifted up in thy wild pride with uncertain hopes, raising thy hand against the heavenly children: for not yet has thou escaped the judgthe world, who fashioned the gen-1 ment of the Almighty God that eration of man and devised the! seeth al| things For these our generation of all things, in mercy ... • giveth back to you again both your \ brethren hav,ng endurcd a short spirit and your life, as ye now P a '" that bnngeth everlasting life, contemn your own selves for His have now died under God's Covelaws' sake. But Antiochus, think ing himself to be despised, and susnant; but thou, through the judgment of God. shall receive in just Israeli youngsters lift their voices in happy song in Petach Tikvah, greeting the arrival of Chanuka. the fourth in like manner. And God; but hold thou on thy way, ting of the world will raise %  being come near unto death he I and behold His sovereign majesty, kho have died for His laws.' ^ thus; j, h good t0 dit at the now it wi n torture thee and thy leternal renewal of life. after him was the third Imocking-stock. And when (required, he quickly put tongue, and stretched forth |s courageously, and nobly om heaven I possess these; [Hilaws' sake I contemn pd from Him I hope to rei ick again; insomuch |king himself and they that pni-hed at the young man's that he nothing regarded khen he too was dead, they |ly handled and tortured hands of men and look for the seed. hopes which are given by God. that we shall be raised up again by him; for as for thee, thou shalt have no resurrection unto life. And after him they brought the sixth. And when he was at the point to die he said. Be not vainly deceived, for we suffer these things And next after him they brought j for our own doings, as sinning I But he looked toward the things are to come to pass IOU shs authority among men, though thou unpunished, having assayed pecting the reproachful voice,' measure the penalties of thine arwhilst the youngest was yet alive, rogancy. ButI. as my brethren, did not only make his appeal to give up both body and soul for the him in words, but also at the same laws of our fathers, calling upon time promised with oaths that he God that He may speedily become would enrich him and raise him gracious to the nation; and that to high estate, if he would turn from the customs of his fathers, and that he would take him for his friend and intrust him with affairs. But when the young man would in no wise give heed, the king called unto him his mother, and exthou amidst trials and plagues mayest confess that He alone is God; and that in me and my brethren thou mayest stay the wrath of the Almighty, which hath been justly brought upon our whole race. But the king, falling into a rage. ,„,„,„,„ : horted her that she would counsel handled him worse than all the the fifth, and shamefully handled ( against our own God: marvel( ooked toward the [ things are to come to pass king and said: Because thou hast think not thou that thou shalt be him. rt thyself corruptible, thou doest what thou wilt; yet think not that race hath been forsaken of our Wbut' l he ,ad t0 save himself And when rest being exas P crated at nis mock | he had exhorted her with many ing. So he also died pure from 'words, she undertook to persuade pollution, putting his whole trust j her son. But bending toward him,'. in the Lord. t tTbov" an'was the mother laughing the cruel tyrant to scorn And last of all after her sons the marvellous and worthy of honorshe spake thus in the language of! mother died. Devoted to Zionism and the Rights of World Jewry Nahum Goldmann on His Sixtieth Birthday [By SAM BROWN JTA ahum Goldmann, at sixty, (disputed leader of world eyond the borders of Isadership came to him, inas a consequence of h'is |ity and of events which to precipitate him into k>r of Jewish affairs at a eriod in history, goldmann has devoted his Zionism and the struggle fsh, nshts To these causes Is remarkable talents as a list and negotiator. He a gift for powerful, ineech that cuts through the [doubt and confusion. Prik.c is a realist. He will comin face of reality but will Imporize. When reality dicfld moves he is daring. autumn of 1946, when the situation had reached an and the gates of immigrate shut tight, Dr. Goldmann partition — a viable Jewin part of Palestine. It and foresight for a Deader to make such a pro[that time. Partition wasn't Oea and it wasn't popular. M great sacrifices on the |a people who had endured dented suffering. Nor was 1> Kuarantee that this prolould be acceptable to the [owers in whose hands the Palestine ultimately rested, -uldmann, however, was convinced that partition, with all its faults, was the only solution that conformed to reality. He convinced his colleagues on the Zionist Executive. Then he flew to Washington where he discussed the problem with the President of the United States and the Secretary of State. Dr. Goldman* came to Washington, not as a suppliant but as a statesman of the Jewish people conveying a proposal whicn represented a compromise in the j interests of peace but also the nun! imum that Jewry was prepared to 'accept. He left Washington witn assurances of American support, i Dr. Goldmann was the target ot criticism for his actions. But he wisdom of his stand was vindicated by the history of the months that followed. The realities of the Pal-, estine situation, viewed at first hand, convinced the United Na tions Special Commission on fai estine (UNSCOP) that partition wa, the only workable solution. Acting on the majority report of that body, the United Nations General Assembly worked out the partition plan which, on November 29. Wwas adopted. Dr. Goldmanns personal role in the creation of the Jewish State was overshadowed by the enormity of the event. Prominent as a Zi •nut figure in Europe almost since his adolescence, he was less known to American Jewry when in the winter of 1949 he beaded the reorganized Jewish Agency Executive in New York. At this juncture, however, a new task confronted him. This was to press the claims of Israel and world Jewry for the material damages inflicted upon Jews by W Third Reich. Speaking in Baltimore as early as 1941, when the world had only a faint inkling of the enormity of Nazi crimes against the Jews. Dr. Goldmann enunciated the principle that the Jewish people as a whole were entitled to receive restitution for Nazi depredations. In the summer of 1951. ten years later, he met with repres.ntat.ves ot *•/** German government and laid before them for the first time, the Jewish peoples demand for compensation. Dr. Goldmann was acting in ac^ cordance with the princip le


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Bred Werner's New World lb* By S. MARTIN Seven Art Lfi v e years ago, in the 1 of 1929, a university excitedly handed over a to the then literary Vienna's "Neue Freie he late Paul Wertheimer. kus week passed until he Ewer: his article had been [for publication. quarter of a century I L^call the thrill of break[print-as though it were kerday. And I recall my that, in the times of Theowas the most influenpaper of Central Europe, ., with the waning of oldliberalism, had declined Eance after the first World .il was just one of dozens writers who had worked Lffy cubicles of this dark, |c,id building on Fichtequarter of a century belanother university student' questioned in a rough the guard in his glass Bd, after the grilling, had ten allowed to mount the Inner Sanctum, to edidesk — his name was Nig." Bed strange to Dr. Alfred observe how much the I changed in these twentyHitler was as yet known feared less outside Cenope. Depression had not %  lfed the world, and even [ardent Zionists woi'.d confor the time being, a ate was little more than a we were sitting in his studio in a midtown hoI me that, to him, it was miraculous thing to look Broadway's hustle and hat the grim shadows of ^opc, with its prisons and ktion camps, were still his memory, despite the : time. come back to my first cause it dealt with one of figures of world literals I had praised the warm the deep understanding nature, as revealed by and dramatist, Gerhart rm who had just come to ur ilie premiere of one of Four years later, the I IK Weavers," regarded |;>r i,| liberalism and the ideal, t h e friend of -, including his English Ludwig Lewisohn, was |he first intellectuals to pgiance to Hitler. Returna meeting with the lie told the press that bands with Hitler had been |est experience in his life. not consider the late Jn an evil man. He was veak, almost spineless— like the majority of German and Austria* intellectuals f ho surrendered tfl the evil instead of challenging it to a fight." Realizing that his native Austria was doomed, Werner got himself a though it was again to be, for a full year, life behind barbed.wires. But the transit camp for refugees at Richborough. Kent was no Dachau. It was at Richborough that I learned to appreciate the excelpassport in 1933, and began to gtu-1 lp nt qualities of the British people dy the map of Europe. But, like who came there as friendly visitors' many people, he stayed on, hop! as teachers, and later as army offiing, against reason, that the grue-' cers when part of the camp and its some dictatorship would collapse population were made part of His because, as a wit once put it, one' Majesty's Armed Forces. It was at can do everything with a bayonet this camp that I was married, by except sit on it. But the Nazis knew a rabbi from Berlin, to the companmore efficient weapons to use, and ion of my youth, Gertrude Bach, a Werner was among those thou-, physician, who had followed me to sands of Austrian Jews and liberals England, and would share with me who, for five years, sat like flies; loyally the strenuous years of mesmerized by a spider, watching work and worry in the United the development of a tragedy, un-j States until her untimely death in til it caught up with them. In those' 1952." five years he kept busy, neverthe! n __-_ %  .... less, serving his apprenticeship in r(1 „„ (rv ,!T[ £ """IT '" h ." journalism as an editor of "GerichT "^nf y hrou eh h,s work in the field of art criticism and history. His articles on painters and then on the staff of "Die Stimme." I g!?ggiS.^?* h ?-' J *£ organ of the Zionist organization. I ^E"' hi. ^K, ," ^ Theoretically in the Dollfuss-Schus-' P i *„ s publ,c lect u !" s u • i nave added to the awareness of the chn.gg era Austrian Jewry was importance the Fine Arts ^ st.ll free, and Jews were still teachought (0 pl in the ,. fe > >ng at the university, writing But he is more anxious 0 !" j hooks, selling merchandise — but everybody who will listen what the the Swastika cast its shadow more; United States has given him than and more ominously over this land t o list his own contributions: where democracy had been replacJ "In the past fourteen years, I ed by an Austrian brand of camouhave found here astonishingly little anti-Jewish bias. As a matter of To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka TOMAC'S LIQUORS J P A C K A 6 E STORE I Mr. ami Atr. T.mmy CnvrcMSeM 1440 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE 5 2159 tigkeit," and anti-Nazi weekly edited by a Catholic women, and flaged Fascism. "In the weeks following the Anschluss t h e 'kind Viennese heart' proved to be, what we Jews always suspected, nothing more than a myth. The Austrians needed no coaxing on the part of their record. I have, instead, been received here cordially by everyone, and the fact that I was a Jewish refugee from Hitler's Europe openj ed many doors to me. ManyChristians and Jews paved the way for me in this, at first, strange land, to enable me to make use of whatTeutonic liberators as far as mal\ ever talent as a writer I brought to these shores. It was, nevertheless, an up-hill fight. To translate one's thoughts into another language is difficult enough, but to find extreating their Jewish neighbors was concerned." But Dr. Werner does not wish to dwell on this dark period, nor on the months spent in the Dachau concentration camp: "Life started again for me from the moment I set foot in England, LaoVJf lewisofcn Haaptmonn betrayeo pressions, in a new language, to convey feelings is an even harder task. Yet every writer, except for the reporter who deals in straight facts alone, must express himself in whatever he writes, must bare his own emotions if he wishes to strike a chord in his reader's heart. To get to the core of the English language, I read a great deal, especially the 18th century essayists, and 19th century prose —works written, not in haste, but in that leisurely mood of search and contemplation which, to a man who, like myself, has to write a lot. and always under pressure, seems a most enviable luxury." We asked Dr. Werner what advice he might be able to give to a young writer, after having practiced his craft for a quarter of a century: "My advice is—to write, write, without ever stopping. Just as a pianist has to practice every day in Continued on Page '5 C TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI COAL & OIL CO. and MI CRYSTAL ICE & COLD STORAGE CO., INC. I-W. 11th Avenue Phone 27896 East Ions* Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge king Wholesale A Retail Eat Seof.ea ht Health 5T HAPPY CHANUKA ansport Rental Systems, Inc. f. 3rd AVENUE MIAML FLORIDA Phone 2-3942. 9-7859 GREETINGS TO All DR. A. SCHREIBER of 2036 S.W. 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Uw Wirt Oonlet ConBert! wrote In hi"Jewish Statethai be waa profoundl) convinced ,.t i W but thai be 'l"l not know whether the truth ol nil Idea would prevail during hia lifetime. ii, forecast thai the men who had launched the movemenl would hard!} live to M e itglorioua eon summation bul that already the ba tinning gavi Ihem pride and con th i. ippli eaa ol II, it.mi i nfbrtunatel) Herxl wa i Ighl in doubta whether be would live to iee himaell the establishmenl "i the Jewish State Half ;, centun has paaaed alnce the 4th ol July, 1804, when the newa of Wa death -hoik,,I and aggrieved ua v H Herxl repo* on a hill over looking Jeruaalem which ia called after him Aone "f Herzi's eoatemporariea I ahould like to recall some "f mj meetings iih him. I remember thai when he appeared al the Inaugural m e etin g <>f the Find Zionist Congraaa, he was received with auch enthusiasm ; %  l witnessed never before and never afterwards, although in the course ..i yean i was present .,t many Jewish and international gatherings. rheodor Bertl was standing before %  with bowed head and acclaimed by unending applause He had not vet spoken a word, but ev erybodj waimpressed by hia magf nificenl peraonaUtj and the noble mission he had taken up. Somebodj cried "Jecbl Hamelech" (long tivethe Kingi and quite a lee be lieved in this moment of ecstacy that the Messiah himself, the redeemer "I Israel, was standing before us; many among those, present wept and 1 too COUld not con trol m> tears, One "i the secrets of Herri's success tt.ithe e\ti., ordinary beaut) til inappearance which did not fail to impress .,1-" the might) and powi rful ol the world In my da) dreams l see Her/i before itv .visited Herzl in Vienna, in the of ties of sh^Weekly "Dm wit" edit ,d by him There rnlade^nho the acquaintance of Herri's father who w,,a portly gentleman. In the course ol our conversation*Herzl asked me about my impression of the Congress. As a matter of course and in a ccor da n ce with the truth I replied that the Congress had riven me profound satisfaction and filled DM with joy but I ventured also the remark that in our almost Messianic enthusiasm we had expected the revelation of a final redemption. Herri ro.se and said alino-t trembling with anger and pointing his finger at me: "You Jen You have waited" two thou-.iiiil yean and now you cannot ,ut two years more?" I was sur prised b) tinanswer. Already after tWO >ears' Some time alter warda Herri again spoke of similar l rue hunt before the Maccdbean1:1 London In his writings he aa se--ed the period which would pa-until U*R realisation of his iden from five to fifty years. His eatl pro\ed to be correct. It wain the memorable night from the 29th to the 30th of November 1947 lilty yean after the first Congress that the prophecy became true. It must have been at the .time of the First Congress. The affair Dreyfus was occupying everybody p;m.jt. %  en m Theodsr Herri eitriiriiMni I readily ..needed Durinjsd in Vienna, ihis delegation 1 courae Inoperative, The above mentioned i and Herri's sympathy with the unwhich 1 had heen invited*/ fortunate Jewish officer was well known It happened in the lobby before the Congress Hall. Herzl holding a paper in his hand mount ed a chair. Immediately numerous Congress delegates gathered round him. guessing that Herzl would announce something important. He informed us. pointing to the paper in his hand — I have forgotten whether it was a news-sheet or a telegram — o; the auspicious inter 1 vention of the French Colonel Piquart whose name was at that time already familiar to us. The contents of Henl's announcement in dicated a decisive turn towards the Melon of the truth. Herzl concluded with a cheer for Piquart. During my stay in Vienna im mediately after the First Congress. HertJ invited me to take part in a took place in the flat of hi kesch U'I i u... at that tistf in bed Herzl wai ... a i course, in th.' chair, Osei mam itemof the agenda i than Birnhaum's appoint! Secretary General of the! Organization which was by Kremi netzki 1 Rill rail discussion "ii this ca Herzl bad -,>mc misghs said that he esteemed very mu< h .,an author. I he ha ..to h:> I this office According to aaj promise resolution B.ratoaB'j %  •pointed (or one >ear oil tion It ppi wed ratheri Herzljudgment hadbeeni Nathan Birnhaum had betil predecessor in Zionism andi he did not feel well in hisi He tendered h:re-ienaunI thi lapse ol the tall, It Is wi .: known that todaj after the lapse ol more that '" of the Sma11 Actions Com-,he ch .ew,nofca1 To 411 .. Greetings Schuler-Davenport, Inc. LAND SURVEYORS 5804 SUNSET DRIVE Phone MO 7 2970 Holiday Greetings To Oor Many Patrons and Friends yea an I In ar thi -ound of invoice ih>' contenta l hie ad lo the iir-t Congress, Introducing a n< w en in Jewish history, which waa masterpiece of hia noble style and diction, has lett an indelible tn.irk on my memory I her, is no doubt that also the -oh equenl speech of Max Nordau made a profound impression. It contained many deep thoughts hut What Herri said without the gestures of an orator but full of genu me emotion was like the outpouring of the soul of ii prophet. Alter m) return from Basle 1 mittee which consisted of 7 memMs „,,, and became bers. The Large Actions Commit Acher The anta. tee numbered 23 memben elected nin !in ,| Herzl was b) the Congress and I. as the repn ;i0 \ ., i, First (ita| ..live of the Bucovina, was had understanding for %  one of them. The number of ISI susceptibilities He**M u.itaken from Jewish tradition, great erudition, in partwarl being identical with that of the found Jewi-h scholar but b| members of the Small Syphedrin. Members from abroad could be represented by colleagues residing in Vienna Nassauer. Henl's brother in law approached me with the Herzl Raw striking suggestion to serve as my repre-'noble and (areigbtei be' tentative, indicating that Herzl was | in favor of his proposal, to which Continued on Pft> M lacking the (harm of Ha BSjSJUtttt) At the Second Coupes %  ,n a highly signifkad The House of Lloyd UI0AI onW IVININC WfAt 444S IISCAYNE lOUlfVAID PHONE 194471 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend CREET1NGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Aswnue Chanuka Greetings i E. B. Tait & Company 8017 NX. 2nd Are, MIAMI Mason's Greetings To* **l Gio venni's Restaurant ITALIAN F0001 1005 N.W 79th St,"* Phono I* 1 GREETINGS FROM LOUIS OAKEN &JT (Sliced or y^^Tg, white wholo. ^^yA Hard Roll*. Dino""" Bsjol* | ARNOLD'S BAg Fresh Fruil Pj^JST Cakes. Tea J^f Jjil Genuine Ola ^jjsjsL, Corn Brosd*^irarl • %  Remember the i fi 1757 Coral Way



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l A Y, DECEMBER 17, 1954 -Jenlstrhridkir, PAGE 5 C hanuka and its Significance Herzl wa.s a litcratteur; throughout So II „ u his all too brief lit. he continued i nuki We are ^ABBI SAMUEL M. SILVER Seven Arts ^ j. i Manuka? question is posed in |d The answer given deals the moral rather than the TnplicaUons of the holiday. \^\^ ^ Teo'uld'fl.ht ',',',',', Z!H ""'*' ""' ; "'1 "" 1 ,h: ,h ir Stary victory of the Mac-' \* ^Jk 'BV ires fino TT ~ 1 """' 1 ignite %  *" "' ""u their spiritual %  toadJStenSof ?h ££ ih 15 < "'" ff 1 "'" darkneM; u "> ** %  *" „„,„„ evokes the admiration j down(rn(|(1( n p(i(i|i| Ml "I religious freedom. And Ie and simultan -„ the people were induced to be feat is Chanuka?' is a manwas right. Although the love ol aboul bn \nd each phase of the | peace is %  peace is a hallmark ol Judaism, thanksgiving for; somethln, t h •'' W ; I !K VI *£ and again exhibitcelebrating Gaiet) was authorized, ed their military capacities in even recommended. Each Chanuka •'he triumph ..I liberty. singing omething worth offering [can shed as much light on :,• aa mcnorah. fpewpr of a RighUout Caute: ] deed, their prowess In every Amer pf all. Chanuka is an ever tean war. BOW being rehearsed durportance of interpolating festive reminder that a righteous ing Tercentenary celebrations, ,periods into our life so thai we {if vigorously defcndj^^n | well as their participation in other shall nol -ink into routiniMii into „,,., mvat odds. Hh conflicts, would indicate thai the ., d-Miliorv and die,,,.jrind with is good for mtfi, and soubriquet. -The Fighting Jews," I rianisin is wicked. < would be as much merited u The D IC ; Vntiochua vastly outFight in* Irish," considering, ior ex ,1 th,' lories of Mattathias ample, the neutral position which L and normally the JuIreland adopted in two world war I e been snuffed out. remaining officially unmoved even in .ms. inspirod by in the (ace of Hitleresoue brutality. group knownr-as the A Happy Time: ("hanuk.i also ilpietists) refused toIlimilv s h; Jewish predilection for ill,', lought back. They had ."" ,, h.„ purpose endow%  !" taw* but merriment attacham with greater gallantry d to an ideal. Judaism has met Utal given to the multitudi-1 many cultures in its march through jnuions of Antiochus. The time. Time and again Judaism has was %  -tunning upset Is the d d th t %  j ^ [true? Did the handful of j? r \ b really overcome the .festival and exalted it to new Syrian armies? Does it heights. Thus did the Canannite like legend? Well, it wasn't, harvest festival remain a season of ory is told in the post-Bib-! gaie y but Dv j ew j s h alchemv, the locuments ,n the Apocrypha rejoici duri h( au|umn in s the Books of the Macca* i. we have coins of the Has-1 gathering became devoted not only \u kingdom which was set up to the crops but also to the divine IK Syrians were driven off favor responsible for the crops iv-e the validity of the story.' T hus tne sprin g festival became he real proof of the story's ,• %  _,. ... „, a time of jubilation.over the liberation of slavery as well as the field's liberation from its wintry grasp i seen in other episodes in righteousneM gave to a 13 extra power. Remember Key.I Air Force stood off us over the air of England? liber how the minuscle Isi army held off seven Arab and thus reconsecrated the; Ihe Holy Und? Chanuka small group equipped luse and armed with ination can prevail over the irmidable obstacles. So if re a fine goal whose achieveblocked by many obstacles, sun, ider to dismay. Keep |l md ultimately you may I" "' hanuka," a dedication of Ifilment of your worthiest Valor of the Jew: Despite pir.uriic soft-pedalling of the aspect of Chanuka the fact holiday features Jews who ed themselves successfully ivery important. For a Hie i hanuka was a neglected Hie man who helped to it and who attached new to it was Theodor [It must be remembered that out bright Interludes. Chanuka prompts us to keep up the pursuit ol happiness. As an Annual Festival: (hanuka ireplete With many oilier gleamlira hints which can add luster to our daily living, The holiday has many functions: to keep us valorous, virtuous and jolly. The holiday ieven designed to keep us tudious. Bach time we play dreldel we ought to remember that the game originated in a ruse which the Jews employed to evade the Syrian command to desist from studying Torah. Secretly, our people would conduct their Torah sessions, and they would post sentinels outside their hiding places. The latter would play a gambling game to throw the Syrian officers off guard. In religious schools. Chanuka, technically a minor festival, has Continued on Page IOC This young immigrant from ban. a worker in Israel's new ceramics industry, holds in one hand the white ctaymU making the finished product, a newly-des.gned Chanuka menorah. —— Of [TINCS MILLIARD RUG CLEANERS n vice and SmlltlmctUm ravjaeW tfce rears •5 S.W. 16th TtttACt WWHC 443*1 G E f T I N C J tTl PLUMBING CO. [Ceral Cablet, Cacenwt *>••, Miaari, Saorh Miami ^M S.W. 32*4 AVENUI Phona HI 51 Nuta's Yaelit Basin 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 65-8231 lltlTEI'i JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. Fkigler Streat PHONE 3-2187 TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS We Specialize In • Hotel Contracts • Custom Finishing • Sand Blasting • Tropical Refinlshing Oade Refinishcrs 5002 E. 10th LANE HIALEAH. 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GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 Northwest Lejeune Road PHONE 64-9761 Miami Furnishers A Installers Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile %  E VERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED Bh *•• Ft* Ett m a t ci **>* N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7.a GREETINGS InvoMor* lli* orsifi.-d StTvi.-^s. Inc. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA PROMPT SERVICE K-W APPLIANCE SERVICE Phone 48-2688 SALES AND SERVICE 64C S. W. 22nd Avenue MffriMcs TO Ait out ruom AIM PArto*$ MR. awe* MRS. MKMAEl SOSSM REGIL MOTORS niicru CARS TWO LOCATIONS: N.w. 7Hi Aveawe PW M e 22*1 2K1 N.W. IM Aveaee ie*. l44tSv 45 1344 By ISIDORE SOBELOFF Executive Director. Jewish Welfare Irdenition t what is Jewish about Jewish social work has enlivened discussions in recent years. There arc those who hold that any social service which makes a valid contribution either to Jewish or American living is properly a func lion ot the Jewish community The rationale shifts with each field of .service There are those .who feel that Jewish education, for instance It one field that is peculiarly and distinctly so.Irtish i that H deserves priority support through communal schools by the ; entire Jewish community, yet others would assign this responsibility 10 the individual synagogues In the community center area. BMM hold that this. too. is a syna' gogue center function: others would like to see interdenominational neighborhood centers under public auspices -till others want centers under Jewish suspices. i with voluntary support from the general community and membership open to all. In the medical In 1<1 some argue that ho.spitals are a public function: others that e IMPS it to the general community to make our contribution to health and medical science alongside the other denominational and social groups in the community In cases of economic need our family agencies have accepted the idea of public welfare, but where MWI behavior and other social problems are involved, they see a Jewish agency function, even though the specific problem may not have Jewish elements In comi munity relations, there are those i who maintain that on broad matten we should associate ourselves i as individual citizens in liberal and : progressive groups and limit our own agency programs to definitely ) Jewish bjBBjea But the more dominant view ithat whatever social policy does [ harm to any segment in the population, hurts us all. and therefore I whatever is of bread, human con-' cern in this field of work, has s place on the Jewish agency's agen-j da To some extent, of course, I viewpoint and principle determine our position on those matters. It j must be added that how much money we have and what happens to' I be popular at a given time are strong factors in determining the nature and extent of community acceptance. As far back as the depression the I S public welfare system made jthe government responsible for meeting the basic economic de pendency needs of the entire popu lation With the establishment of the s„oal security system and the expansion of governmental welfare j %  programs. Jewish agencies were able to experiment with new prob-1 lems and to pioneer in new meth-' ods and programs | i t ;^>VaTrtoi6, 2 $3P : JERSEY CITY CAJP) Police Sgt. Herman "Cuiley^ who succeeded in rooting out anti-Semitism among leon] teen agers. is shown above receiving The Jewish StmZt nual award for meritorious service to the community tasj lisher Morris J. Jdnoff. sponsor of the award. The em place last week in the Jersey City Jewish Community! where 550 guests gathered to honor the only Jewish on the city force. Nazism and its worldwide effects, including overt anti-Semitism in the I'S. stimulated counter measures and gave rise to a sub stantial development in the field of defense work The effects of Nazism produced huge overseas relief and rehabilitation needs. The establishment of the State of Israel and the war of independence were the focal points around which our community organizations achieved their peak fund raising efforts in 1948. One of the great** unifying forces in Jewish life has been the large scale development of fund raising for overseas, with the Joint Distribution Committee and the I'mted Palestine Appeal as partners nationally in the United Jewish Appeal and the local Federations and Welfare Funds carrying the cooperating responsibility of organizing and conducting the an naul campaigns and of relating the o v e rs eas needs to domestic pro grams The Welfare Fund machin ery stoody the Jews of America and of the world in good stead during World War II days and in the post-war period when rescue, resett l e me nt and Israeli develop ment required and obtained unprecedented support. The I'JA merger removed some problems, but new problems arose. Each year there was a threat of dissolution of the partnership un less the formula for distribution of the funds were altered. The Welfare Funds threw their strength on the appeal, a unit) whkh ksj | vailed desDite ncarcollapaj eral oecsaioM I'mted action in [g^ munity oreamiation itself 4 as it always has. nn the t participation of individual] penmentationwith mocrac> or unity is net i counting paper member mechanical forms of : tion. Membership in tali .community is achieved bri of choice For the most part. learned that by -hiring i es they can avoid other's mi-takes and oil form each other'* sue realization had led to the I in 1932 of the Council dl Federation* and Welfare! The Council, emergmil earlier Bureau of Jewish! search and the National In format lor Sen ice. pej the tpoataneoash P sir-"i cnmmunitH* tk the country Federatwui the land felt a deep neaij together to help ea strengthen local resourceej deal jointly lh ,be •twees operating on scene The Annual came to be recognids*^ of forums for communal matters. The Council commitwl Continued oa ** CROTMCS TO All Aetkeriiee' Warner OeaJer New mi OseS WMzzer Meters and Bkvcles TRACY'S BICYCU SHOP CeWasbie %  •litest seal taelish lieatwesslH Bicvctes SIM MW. 7th AVTJWt 7B-3014 SEASONS GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family MM N. W. 27th Aee. PHONE •MIM ASJa^Cassetofc^ FrieasieWI HvaiUH 415 71st STUB*. MIAMI KAC8Bettie Jon ,ai PRE CAST CORPORATION PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lone PHONE 4-1503 '0 411 A MOST HARRf Of fauiaa Atrr of MARCIANOS RESTAURANT Ferae**? MO SARATOCA MW mS BtKATNf BOOUV4



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&^nyy954. JZri*Uk*Lkito, lei Gains its Independence ~ BEN JOSEPH the CorHe organized thiMaravedi i-n.-i i ^emor-te, the £* !" P%* ft %  Uirge nun, urri .. Tj Stal( f ZSSS ,,',„„, p „|i.,cal indeJ^of lloroec. *n Their output ha, W ,., pm .„, ( ,, (J1|-1 „* ,„ ,„,„.,-., battle today features Israel motif, and la read i mi „ investments JW independence, Amw%  llji absorbed by the local market Two new Anwww ni'.vini! a truly Mac -„ _J „ ; :, .. '"" ftmencan-foslered en I'iCrSi E**]^^*^*"** %  "X "cent week, .„ %S. but I'ke the little A Am* physician, head of m-d PlMtic L >P of oil which was UVaU Forge HearMnrtitute in ,, the National 1{ f ,y """;'",' T^olace Ionns5 lvi n,a c nt | -" h -''""-' Ud...( Nathania The latter comJmir-cta ..staking p lace ,,,„,„„ pr(1 „. rt „„. !t „. ^ .,. ecU not only to supply the %  2 r e L Mr, bcr ; i,s ^'JT 1 "• ; n "" %  '2* ^aenca il the Middle and s|);i Bmc> ln ,,„„. ,, ;||i Rom ^ jt (Q X|)|( n< j^rj is shooting out %  "".ens. Ground was ,,,,,,„ v broke „ A ,,, ,. n H||| f ^ Inches Behind his for ,„. enterpris e ., Porivah wer .,„. „,,„,,„,„,.,. n brael of S;irun many factors-Stdt. 1(Mlkin8 Lakl r+fttm, It will he > ,rn. which is used lor the weav ft*, investments by pri-. patterned after the Pennsylvania ing trials tor seal coven fcps, the development of Institution'. The unique terrain ol outdoor furniture lu and can export market for Porjyah lends itself veil to graded many other applications jmtribution of ••Amera nd measured waflh designed for American interests have plaved ^ h „u • The American I patient rehabilitation through so large part in the developing of economic development entifically planned exeKise. hc new luxury hotels now equal > overwhelming. f\ A group of American physicians to the best in the world. The supat shipment of 2,fl00 and surgeons are behind the new port ol Miami Jews, who have a folte fish from Israel to Taro Pharmaceutical plant in Tel special knowledge of this Held, has |tlracted much interest/Aiv, the most modern plant of its been prominent. I other department store*'' kind in the Middle Fast American companies arc digging home time, been seltingj State of Israel Bonds, largely for oil in Israel. In the develop |-mailc hoes. Arnold Consubscribed in America, and the Jo All ... A Happy Chanuka Joseph MMessana MASON CONTRACTOR licensed — Insured Phone 84-6060 13880 N.W. 4th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA ment and expansion of the railroad influence has been manifest in a variety of directions. Funds for the purchase of new equipment, Diesel engines have been provided by State of Israel Bonds and American knowhow in railroading has been acquired by many of the Israeli railroad men "taking courses" in America. A number of Israelis have done active work in the yards of the New York Central and other railroads, which have cooperated to the fullest in helping Israel bring its railway. Israel fashions 'Hi United Jewish Appeal, represent system, the American Clothing, some 1.400 the outstanding American contribubughout the United States tion to the development of kraal's Ivariouitems of Israel economy. The money realized from ware The gefilte fish atIsrael bonds helps activate virtualIt, n • only because of its ly every branch of" the economy, Jewish associations. from developing the mineral defctir recalls an experience posits, expanding the Haifa harbor, Vago when he visited revamping the railroad system, iru i eve of his return, rigating the dry land, building ho |o a Jewish book store in tels and what not. to buy a holiday prayer !a State of Israel Bonds, by helptouvenir to take home ing in the development of utilities On tinfly leaf of the for which private capital is not ^ok which was handed to adequate, has also opened roads roads up to date. imprint of a New York kbiishin-; house. There was fhen a Jewish prayer book Palestine." [ hing from pencils re being exported i"'. America is not only %  H ilet for Israel lit American Jewish buslare playing a major part Pelonment of Israel manu[ Scarce!) a week passes fews ol some development h• %  Csnlracters • %  AVI. _. HIALIAH *• ffc.ne: MU (4322 'kene: MU 1-1012 J. CaeUrri, rVtl. *iUlMGS I Weaver RexaH Drug Stores 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 31 Way Ph. 4-7621 2nd Ave. Ph. 84-3414 1R oad Ph. MO 1-8691 TO ALI emrmsi DRAPER ELECTRIC General tttctrk AfffeMN SALES & SERVICI J3ti C0*M WAY Phe.t 44117 ctfiriNCS ADAMS SftVKI Pelt 4*i*i ADAMS STEAM CLEANING CO. Net iNCorrWnrt**' f .W CreMfcf %  Sr"*'*** itu MJ. mum COUIT Pfc... 3-WJ7 TO ALL GREETINGS BMsh [>islribuliiiii Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone 3-4623 Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Trneking 1944 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-3144 GREETINGS MILONE PLASTERING COMPANY 7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue PHONE 84-704 1 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" DisjTibutors Libber. Owens. Ford Glees Co. fc Insulux Glass Block 1601-1619 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 36. Florida Phone 2-179* MIAMI 34. FLORIDA Best Wishes To Att For The Chanuka Holidays NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY HUNTINGTON MEDICAL BLDG. 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PAGE 8 C .FRIDAY. t TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY V A Modern Chanuka Fani DOKHORN PRODUCE 2143 N. W. 12th Avenue Phone 9-8411 GREETINGS COTTAGE INN "CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH" Quality • QuantityReasonable 2235 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 3-8470 GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCK MIAMI CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM ROSE-SAXON LUMBER CO. 'ROYAL SERVICE'' LUMBER • MILL WORK 1350 N.W. 21st STREET MIAMI Phone 9-8333 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA FLORIDA PROCESSING CO. JOSEPH COHEN. WILUAM RUBIN and WILLLAM KLINE 2790 W. 3rd COURT HIALEAH TO ALL GREETINGS AMERICAN TERRAZZO & TILE CO. 1915 N.W. Miami Court Phone 9-3601 WARD PAVING CO. CONTRACTORS STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS 1731 N. W. S4th Street Phot* W-2711 By ALFRED SEGAL Svn Art* Thinking •'! t'"i<-r that which I m.i> writ.' *\MHI\ Chanuka. 1 suddenlj raawntwr Ym, i wm there when it all bCfan %  s than \ana "i lha Jewi "t ih.it pa riod (we've neeet died realty I I can remember the event* Mj hither patted me fondlj "" mi young head when he went awaj to fight M th ii\" Maccabees againal the Lntlochui Epiphanea t.>r luck there, In 178 Our familj aru lit In : In Jeru-' salami then, and I maa 10 or there ..boutat) n.uni' wasn't Alfred Ihen I wai thaa called Abraham • for the father i)f Us all, for short, j I was known to my parents and j broiherand sisters as Abba. (Long long later 1 was to be given the name Alfred in the style of nomenclature of the period.) i It's all to the good for a Jew to take himself back almost 3.000 yean, as I am doing: It lends him the dignity of feeling, like an eternal man So let's all go together back to that ancient time We were all therf together As a kid in Jerusalem I was never allowed to forget whence I came. My parents were always telling me that I was a descendant of Abra ham and Moses and should always behave a> one worthy of calling these gentlemen my forefathers Abraham, they said, discovered for us the one and only everlasting God of all of whose spirit I was a part From Moses I had the Ten Commandments by .which I must direct my life in all its wayMy parents were that insistent I on my obedience to the Command ments because even in that time— only 1.000 years or so from the incident at Mt Sinai — there were thorn in Jerusalem already behaving as if the> had never heard of it. just as much later-even unto | these times—people are forgetting all about the Commandments My father used to tell me to think no les ,.f the Ten Commandments because, some individuals were behaving as if there were no Commandraentv "Let us stick to the Commandment to keep : thera alive, he said '"We may save i them >et I am gomg into all this to suggest ; the Torah dedication that was to' send my good father out into the battlefieldto fight for Torah and the right to live b> it in his own way He was a constant worshipper %  M 4. v L\1 m i vMI Bjf1 i "Made in Ierael" shoes have found their way thm. faahionable world. Chanuka 5715 places into htm spective 2,000 years of exile. in the Jerusalem Temple and he frequently took me along there. I remember I was a kind of Re form'Jew—even at far hack as that I told my father I couldn't see the sense of trying to please God by sacrifices of animals in the temple My father used to shush-shush me when I spoke that way and at the same time give me a knowing wink Afterward he would tell me I was really right He said: "My son. these blood sacrifices are only the symbols of spiritual sacrifices that a good man makes for righteousness' sake, for kindness and ju-tice and all that which is good in us." That was my old man. for you. far back there—a gentleman oi highest principles to whom God and the Commandments came even before the priests, the Levites and all the hierarchy. He was willing to die for these principles; so when the king ordered an image of the Greek god Jove set up in our tern pie in place of Jehovah, he took up arms ana joined the maccabees My poor mother cried %  To go away from us to die in battle'" she sobbed. My father replied: "No. not to die. but to live Even if I die I shall be living forever m the righteousness for which I shall die. for ever in the liberty of the conscience which shall be regained IKing is the least; this victory is the most." While my father was away in the battles there was no Jewish service in the temple, bo longer any sacrifices of animals on the altars My mother, who had taken deeply to heart what my father told her before he departed, said what our father was giving on the battle field* ... u r mort p God than to slit tht I sheep on an altar, anrfijl When word camttt*i had perished in battle. %  did not grieve She saidlai i dren "Your father has | | what ll*~t, and that ka good reason to die Draft) terrible where thereTij 'son." Then we all joined i praises >•( God. as ^ PsalmWe said Godhati by our father taking Hal (lid. letting him die fori ness' sake Our mother i father must have asceideiaj own ch. : ri"t All this recital of j must be familiar to reatai | column, since, being ien,| I members nf a human i i lived through all tile I they should well renal 1 events I have reported.' all there together. Well that's what I kwi Chanuka and I hopettai its beginning, being! be acceptable Yets 1 my own knowtedeM th3t when the U cated a few JiupD from before the > red edifice for thatl a great gests the i r.tinu jand moral idea ing unto God ihaefl fices in the temph\j decaying ("ones. In ths faith L| years since I Jerusalem, am I this week MIAMI HANDMADE SEASON'S GREETINGS BARR AND BARR, INC. MMMftS fsfweliststd l?2 SI E. 2nd Street HisWab PHONE Nllll Cuban Floor Tile ov zoo $7yif$ A *esf Heaay Oeaeta U AM Wont You liai -a-Tampa Cigar? "They're Better" EN Will Cigar and Tobarro C 73 N.W. Eighth Street SEASON'S GREETINGS >> mam. Hark & aHaoam REALTORS Real Ceaarte 6 Mostycsgoa 119-15 nm National Bank Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA %  TO ALL %  GF Mr. end Mrt.Wm.ki Sheade and MatiM m N.W. *4 PhontM-3^ • Calarfai GARCIA THI rRAJtCE FOB ALL 4 2-8185 1*41 N.W. 1st AVENUt ** 3^f$l m HJL 2d juri. AHAPPYHOUntf] TO AH !Hr.* 5 ,l *i IK SfliSi 1S4S DBfOl tfjj Ph~.*<*



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DECEMBE R 17, 1 954 ^kMisirhrUton PAGE 9 C igs and the Sergeant's Miracl DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA Lka Is a joyful holiday and |i> inevitable on such an ocTThere are many humorous dealing with Chanuka. even one by that top hubholom Aleichem. D: course thertl is the legenL rv of Judith. How she fed establishment of the Jewish Stair If the British had really kept their promise and not hindered Jewish immigration, the Israel war would not have been necessary But to go back to my si cry in 1917 the Jews wire excited about the Baifour Declaration and none of the Jews -o much as those in Jerusalem. After the British ,.. sued the Baifour Declaration, the %  mn jjencral cheese and Turks who then held Palesti Lim thirsty and then gave \ ( to satisfy his thirst and ktn he K"t drunk, she did |th him. Of course it wasnt the ueneral who was try11 dff the Jews. Still it was Germany and Austria V nice way to do away with But there were compensati ne regarded the Jews as their enemy. It wasn't a comfortable position for the Jews in Jerusalem It was made IMS ("infortable by the fact that the Turks had as their partners HOLIDAY GREETINGS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343 Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons lor Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0953 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Hide & Seek Children's Shop THE CHILDREN'S SHOP OF DISTINCTION GIFTS — APPAREL TOTS TO TEENS 506 Biltrr.ore Way Coral Gables Phore 48-5329 my you've got that unA ^ h !" ^SCSTS\" ^ ^ hC ^ task before you. The lady. latkes. Me thought of scrambled eggs. Well, scrambled eggs are also nood. tan neiore you. ...c .u,. jsh £ r the British tried to be promise from a home • "8 h t of Chanuka. the British soldier drew nearer. He saw it was in the attic, but neverBalfour Declaration was troops encamped for the night, i a man waving a white flag. He was They deserved the rest too. They a messenger from the mayor of t preliminary to the had a good night's sleep that night. Jerusalem desiring to surrender As the first day of Chanuka the city. He told the British soldawned, a British sergeant awoke ; dier that the Turks and Germans from his sleep, rubbed his'eyes had evacuated the city the night and looked at the ceiling above i before—the first night of Chanuka him. It was an historic moment.! and the mayor now wanted to surHere he was many thousands of render the city. % %  GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN, President Bramlett Equipment & Supply Co. INCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels. Restaurants and Clubs \-r miles from Tippersry. in a camSo it was that on the first day of paign which was changing the chanuka — not by means of any world's history. What did he think shooting or spilling of any blood, about? He thought how nice it | but by a sergeant's desire for would be to have some scrambled eggs that morning! It was Chanuka morning. You would think that he would like to complished have .some latkes instead, but the You want to know whether the British are somewhat stolid. Bright ideas do not quickly occur scrambled eggs — that the ancient miracle of the Maccabeans — the liberation of Jerusalem — was acI don't know. Ihanuka Greetings Sunshine fnuty Salon W 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1624 MEETINGS Reg's tpfiances IK SUM, If H NX. 7th AVENUE PHONE 77787 61IITIMGS McAUISTER HOTEL BARBERSHOP AIRCONDITIONED Manicvriflf 16 MeAUISTtt AtCADI MIAMI, FIMIDA rh„„ 3 7283 JSSt* Guide, Managtr irsr w i SH t s for a HAPPr CHAMMKA ADRIAN THAL furriers 716 UNCOIN MAD TO ALl • • A Moet Happy Chanuka | IRVING RATNER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Deelsmers Bars— Booths—•••• Cushions—WaDs—KMcbeB Noam REPAIRS 1140 N. JHAM1 AVENUE PHONE 3^046 Compliments of 4! MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH URI SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL ? £ La Vigne Electric 3640 N.W. 48th STREET — PHONE 64-4591 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz %  Mr. & Mrs. Sol Goldstein TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP. Contractor Equipment Woodworking and Metal working Machinery 316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE 9-0647 GREETINGS When In Search For Definitely Better Furniture and Home Furnishings At Reasonable Prices Remember The Name WOODRUM'S ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND FINEST HOME FURNISHERS AIR CONDITIONED NORTHEAST SECOND AVE. AT SEVENTY-THIRD STREET MIAMI Phone 84-1625 •f %  <



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PAGE IOC IN A HURRY CALL KiMBALL MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone 78-5521 +.lmlsti norkBrui FRIDAY. DECE MBBU^i % 0 OUR I THE SPORTS CENTER \\ Mrrl Largest 100'. Tackle Shop — Tackle For Rent Tackle Repairi Miidi ol Bait Opp Fiondian Hotel Open ? Day Pnone S-12J . the Maccat purged their land of evil to live according to the ancient prec? JU of Judaism. Stories on the Festival's Theme By A. LETZ Seven Arts In Israel, the celebration of Chanuka is marked by a torch ceremony n Thursday evening. Dec 23 The torch bears three symbols — the outline of Mt. Zion. of the traditional Menorah and of the Hammer symbol of the Maccabeans. • • • The Chanuka story i> the theme of one of the greatest of the oratorios. "Judas Maccabeus." composed by George Frederick Handel in 1746 Following its first performance at Covent Garden in th;.t year. It was repeated half a dozen times during the same year and Handel conducted it thirtyeight times himself The libretto is based on the story as given in the first book of the Maccabees and the works of Josephus. • • • The famous Jewish composer, Anton Rubinstein, was thrilled by the I kanaka story, and he likewise utilized it tor hiopera, thr Mae esbees • • • Did you know that the* treat American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, wrote a play about the Maccabean story? • • • Emma Latarua' poem. "Kindle the i hanuka Tapers" has been set to music by Dr Jacob Singer. • • • On the triumphal arch which Emperor Titus erected in Rome to commemorate the conquest of Judaea, there is a representation of the Menorah. According to the Talmud, the big Menorah in the Temple was six feet high and made of gold. By it stood a golden ladder three feet high, which the priests ascended every' day to light the tapers for prayer. Taken to Rome, it is believed later that the Vandals invading Rome took it with them to Africa. There are manytheories as to what happened to it afterwards. Anyway, no one has seen it. • • Legend explains the origin of [ the Chanuka game as follows. In I the days before the Talmud was set down in writing, the oral law was studied and in groups. Ann ochus decreed against the assemblage of Jews in groups for such purpose. The Jewish students had recourse to the dreidel which they had with them. When discovered i by the soldiers of Antiochus. they would pretend they were just playing Dreidel. • • • Milk products, especially latkes : with chee se BK %  > favorite Chanuka dish. According to one legend, the reasofl for this is that Judith fed one of the enemies of Israel of those day-I treat deal of salty cheese in order to make him thirsty, To appease his thirst, he drank M much wine he got drunk, then Judith took the opportunity to dccaiHt.ue the foe of Israel. • • • Historians however, question the legend Some of them say that the reason latkes or pancakes are eaten on Chanuka is that it marks the fact that the Maccabeans knocked Antiochus "flat as a pancake". This does seem the more logical explanation. Some say that the seven branched Chanuka menorah stand* fnrl seven days in which the world I created. According to Josephus,] stands for the seven planets • • • Chanuka is a time for joy n | a time for giving presents o-pfcij ly to the needy. Immemorial] children also look forward "Chanuka gelt." Continued from Pag* S C been given major rank Nation religious organizations, S i s t e I hoods, parent groups, and busiae concerns are joining in the duction of larger and more beaufl, ful decorations, books, men and other holiday objects Gift ( ing has been elevated to masshj proportion, although Purim is real gift-giving Jewish holiday as originally, Chanuka gifts consists, of pennies. All of these efforts uj must commendable. The more elaborate I he CTianulj observance, the better 'hili must start on January 1. not December 1. to make their dren feel the joy of beins Jewis 1 Chanuka plus Purim plus Passo plus Sukkoth plus Shavdoth pl Shabbat plus an exhililarating Je^ ish home atmosphere can that the pleasures of txiiuj Je are not confined to a Chanuka i or even a Chanuka party but attainable throughout the ye Holiday Greetings to our Patrons and Friends A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY 0 m Ik mite Henry E. Mangels Company 3SS0 N.W. Mth St. Phono 45-13*1 Tiros oo4 Toko* AtctMoriW tottery Sorvic* LASSCTER TEXACO SBY1CE] We**** %  PeHsMof • Issthsllie I 0 A • $ I %  V I C I 2412 M.W. 27* AVWUI MIAMI. nOtiM •WM e4.*WI I. f. "See" leMoMf 22nd OFT COLLIKS MIAMI BEACH — PH. 5 MM cfiiiiHcs ro AU INSIMANCf MOtTCACfS %  •ym,? S.Uioo? kstrtief? Iff... EDWARD F. CRAINE if A t r ot 1*12 N.W. 7* AVfMK •koM M-1S2C HOLIDAY GREETINGS btokMsfcW 1*44 ^ %  M *r 7J2B jewelry Author* Aoo^Mk-li—'



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nttSMBER 17, 195* £3g?I*£/* !" PAGE 11 C >na Sea Tour With the Navy tl ANNON LEV JTA side, be'teavon, supper served for the left side, bc'leavon I wa> to •The launch | ,llul out during our trip, that thise W!" 1 ?** couple of Bate-1 —** ** WWW to, which Marl with a I,!** I" •' b0 rdi sa ,d a whistle and finish with a whistle. %  re broadcast several times daily I < ""nute-prepKkW.nd l m g I 23j ar Outs.de. darkness shrouded the W 8 l!"h u J ,s to start a "hip. the lights in Haifa went on. I "^Wtaing lour in the the illuminated Beha'i Temple ,raln ""• ing out of the lesser lights like a BMn .. I brilliant star. On board, everybody Irfonlyafctt days earlier re-| twk up ^ statj()n ready (( ^ ^movement order from me ^^ onlerK whj( h m re s(i(m (0 ^ |* join the "Mwgav, one o g|wn from he bridKP "Weigh anj^eship.s-n Ihis ,. ?:' chor." came the order ami "Mis )m wprt for the Israeli raaioj 8 av> preceded and Iol |„ wcd two jpsson our journey A """*U ( J I-r Israeli warships, slipped im faiidrt. ihiv.;i! %  be my !" i perceptibly out of Haifa harbor ,contact with our Navy. I was ^.^ evprvbody on hnarA dptPrmin pondering wha ,nesr ,wo ed to demonstrate to the five counwould be like when ; tries whjch wp wrn ,„ v „ |t „,,, pwwilh a red lieard framing ifarw| s js ^ i fce motioned me to picK as efficient and experienced as any other naval force in Ihe Mediterranean. The first few days on board were a revelation; watching the crew, the majority youngsters on compulsory' army service. They came from all corners of Ihe globe%  SaAboard I found" a, beehiveactiv^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ of iwrjbndy was busy with last harf ^ L .. _-..-.....,•..... 1 u-'js rw**ivfullow him We j a launch together with ten Tuilors and arrived after a I mnutcs alongside the "Mis•waich WHS to be my ••home" Ue cumins oil odd da\ S. itc preparations. 1 was receiv [^a blond haired and blue-eyed rJn white uniform who turned Itabe the highest ranking nonion board He introduced me IfcSecond in-Command. "This is Itnury liner and it is not going [it a Mediterranean pleasure ir*—said Shlomo, the Secondnmand "We haven't got a tbed for you and you will have [fat up with accommodations in •officer'* ward." a, the blond bos'n. took mc \tj first tour of inspection. We I down a steep ladder and the door of the officer'! Quite a pleasant place. ght I eyeing the rectangular In the middle a long table tn rowof chairs around it. months of service in the Navy, to others it was their first experience at sea. A group of different character are the "regulars." officers and senior non-commissioned offioers. For them — weather beaten and old hand sailors—this was just another trip in a long series, which became part and parcel of their lives. What struck me was the discipline on board. Nobody had to use harsh words or to apply pressure, everything went smoothly and efficiently as if the crew had been working together for years. In the course of my 50 days with the ships I found the secret behind this smoothly working organization; it was simply a deep sen-e of comradeship and the knowledge that each must do his utmost to %  at the head a revolving chair ... „„„_,_.. nf i L represent abroad this country ana tut commander In one corner a r ...._. ... Thus ,*" A. army in the best possible way Inus where 1 was to sleep. On !" passed the days, nothing around us but water and the sky. sometimes foreign ships slipping by. lower ing their flag in a salute to our warships. Then came a surprise The watch ItalLv pictureof the Israeli nt. photos -howmg the ship |w*uportand the State emi "I [mel On the opposite 1 ottered %  small room. Ijjnagoguo. equipped with an Kooesh' and a couple of reported a few t.ny speck, on the a_ _• %  tm -#. M tlM'V ,'*nat] tour of inspection horizon, growing in s./e ai they ap• Midden end when an offi-! preached us with great speed. I MM) me introducing him! turned out that these were I-rael %  .Commander of the ship. Motor Torpedo Boats, the no.se .if their high powered aircraft engines distance. i the Commander of the ship lJ a rather heavily built. I man. looking older than his |lra. with fair hair and an air Juthonty He enquired whether I any requests Ufer I had settled myself I 1 i voice over the loudspeak; *n>Pr served for the left |I0 ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS Vtoii| 0 Neon Sign Co. 3M0 N.W. 2nd AVE. PHONE 84-2549 could be heard in the Everybody on ship, off duty, gathered along the rails and gave the M. T. boats a terrific welcome as they approached. Greetings were shouted at each other, information exchanged, and we learned that METALLIC ENGINEERING CO. Specializing in Alloy Metals 3701 N.W. BOth STREET rkm M-2235 UaiJI were part ol another Israeli ll unit, that had left Haifa ,„.. fore us and wai to Join lU „, C eece We ilm learned that this force consisted, beaidea the three M T B.' ol one -hip an< j two light craft The day before we were to steam into Pireaus, the port of Athens, wai entirely devoted to a last-minute cleaning operation. And alter another day of hard work everything was ready for the oeea-ion. A 21 Rim salute from our flagi *hip marked our entry into Pin the following morning Everybody stood at attention on board the ships u Greek short batteries returned our salute Greece knew, through it! press, that we were coming Lengthy -tone-, photos and banner headlinegreeted the arrival of the Israeli Naval force aold friendwho had played a remarkable part in last year's rescue operations off the Greek mainland. It was in August. 1953, that three I of the verj same Israeli .-hips were | first on the spot to evacuate and \ re-cue hundreds ol Greeks, victims | of one uf the worst earthquakes in tinregion No wonder that we found hundreds ol Greeks waiting at the quay, waving and cheering us while we were being tied fa-t Our short visit to Athens was to be a strenuous affair AJOOO athe gangway was lowered there bcgan an endless Dow of visitors ol all kinds First to come on board was the Israeli diplomatic representative, accompanied by Greek dignitaries and high officials. Two hours after we put into port there wa.s a unique ceremony in the very centre of Athens Large crowds of (Ireek citizens watched near the Tomb of the I'nknown Soldier, where an Israeli naval detachment 1 with shouldered rifles was drawn up. facing its counterpart from the Greek navy. The Israeli commandj er arrived a few minutes later to i lay a wreath at the pedestal. Then, for the first time, the Greek army j band played the "Hatikvah," the N raeli national anthem, on Creek soil. I could easily recognize the Jewish onlooker-. Wiping tears and being visibly moved by this historic act Some among them approached me and showed me snap shotol their Children and relativeliving in Israel. All of them asked me as to visiting hours on the ships and wanted to know details about our tour. The greW majority of them were elderl) people who wanted to -pend their lasl days m Greece. But not only the crew was busy, the officers too had plenty to do. The commander. Aluf Mishne Erel. who had commanded rescue operations I year ago during the earthquake, experienced a pleasant surprise when he was invited to visit the Kings Palace, where an important medal was awarded to him in A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Wallpaper Distributors, Inc. 5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone 78-0922 M. B. lYMllllS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-0836 GREETINGS TO ALL Charles Reed MIAMI SANITORIUM and Neurology Institute For Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Nervous Disorders, Alcoholism and Drug Habituation NORTH MIAMI AVENUE at 79th STREET Phone 7-1824 Phone 84-5354 MIAMI. FLORIDA "WE COVER THE EARTH" THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS G* 7814 N.E. 2nd Ave. 1300 W. Flogler St. 1680 Alton Rd., Miami Beh 621 • 71st St., Miami Beach, Ph. UN 6-5953 23 Ok.ech.be. Rd., Ph. 88-1510 1915 Pence De le.n Blvd. 2015 Harrison St., Hollywood Ft. Lauderdal. 1461 N.W. 36th Street GREETINGS UAYWMMmmm RESTAURANT 80 S.E. Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida Serving: CLUB BREAKFAST from 25c LUNCHEON from 85c DINNER — from 1-00 Open Daily 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Continued on Page 15 C TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2291 To All... Greetings SHELL LUMBER CO., INC. 2733 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-4401 "AN CHAPPELL Bcayn Building TO Ail MHTINCS TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. JMM* ft. ••"!< Sorvhafl See* •* Cmntl < So.* Mi.mi •SIS SO. • • lWW t Phene MO 7-M31 BEST WISHES FOR A A HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA FUEL OIL INC 830 N.W. 73rd Street Phono I9-1M1 Greetings... MILWAUKEE BEVERAGES, INC. "BLATZ" "Milwoukee's finest Beer" 1344 N.W. 23rd STREET Phone 65-1351 TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA R. K. Cooper, Inc. 2733 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD Phono 83-4654



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S^BMBEg 3 *9M l^bUkrMtor) luleh Region Still a Major Job ^c PAGE 13 C P n i, will be estabArab lan -"S,; I',:!!'iVere A year the dredger, Bt .r. Sve^ovel^e' i he mSS %,„, deep soggy edscoopmg the ; canals, which are complications hey %  .:' with dense panothing but arl.f rial beds lor the tered, „ n v Jordan. One canal ru^ norths TO ALL GRELMI.N.G.S I >n |HUI>II rand bani"" thicket* and infLtWohun Ired varieties of (which gr' i ,i on the abun[ pdi in the stagnant wailJewish N ilional Fund is i >r „,.i %  last marahei ; afur Hi, iligging began big ili '" ills outh come this one too in western part of the marshland, and one pa are over five mcr. ten m wide, has already linked up'with firs't^ate' fertilizer LakelIulehth,. ; n | l Hwu,h ( ,. und i„ g agricultural ..;:!.,„, K which ,<>r level n the 25 mile canal net are usii ,, r part o f th „ marshland, The southern h.,n ol the "deny irallel in he east; both drated" area includes 2,000 act VT 1 -""" £* rich peat, whose UghSS = SlJrt52i"L !!S r r < F-terli make!. ~ WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 82-8473 KTa These million, ol -J* about a yard; U her ment, but, ipTrtslee ^e it wU 3£\,f swamp water into JJW. wWA. with I g a s „,.. !" 1 R iv .er a large part of "•** is he Project i piece d : .mported from German, un I met irdan r0 a ( n .. wamp land are EC A •'"' canals are exijethi' north and south, they r )t up awre wate/. ftthc JM lr:iin intion t %  %  v '" the last (j(s_ evei nee modern Isi, at the turn of (y—it and its forerunners I the Emek Yczreel and the [Hefer. both malaria-ridden Into fertile lands: but Mt of the work was earby pioneer labor—by the KUers who for months and dflnbere I about in .the xposing themselves or.nu> mosquitoes, to whose i Mings i!;. nj -iircumbcd. five million pound Huleh toes i!"' endanger human Mi done bj the most modern Be* man has yet invented. i fitted out with wn po> r -'.dions and able htm lask> of 1.800 and 700 mrer respectively, were lever for the purpose from I 'lstruction hti i irp ration of chiIrhich i> > xecuting the work. %  these monsters are inching hv forward, sucking through at snaky pipethe sloshy and depositing it. hun! yards away, onto safe I i ut new beds for dan (coised of three riveper and widJordan cut for shich r..' cope with all the [ w %  the -rtrroundountain range %  and 1 up. (project was begun three g*. with Ihe broadening and ling of the Jordan south of lulch; for there the swamp | have (heir outlet, and the river could not possibly }l*d with an additional 100,cubic meters a year. The did all they could to sa|the operation, killing eight •-"stance will link up any day now der the reparati reemenl and both canals will meet right in This p. ,,, a deplh ,,, the center of the lake. Then, next three yard yew, the canals will be lengthen* I v i ... in riood th n d to the North, to catch the Jordan 200.000 tons an tied to be waters even earlier. Gradually, availal Lake Huleh will disappear in the %  %  the reclaimed land process, and instead, there will b !| -h an accumulation of fishponds "' 2m turning units, ol A boatride on the csnall is like uh h '' !, ; 4I!I1 ">•'> 1 '"' •"'> in B peeping into an animal empire vear f, '" : now wnUfl lh( that they For the finest in Metal Work •IOIIX STAMFOItll & SO\S ORNAMENTAL METAL WORKERS 3615 N.W. 46th Street Telephone 64-7918 BRONZE ALUMINUM IRON To AH Happy Chanuka Itasri'ttcin Service & CtViiairs AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE Restaurant Equipment — Reliable Experienced 3450 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3-7270 Everywhere, filthy liquid shoots in little rivers down the bankof the straight new waterways, and the lakes "inland" gradually recede have not yet invented the machine that will lie big enough and strong to .radicate the often house-high papyrus growths, whose long wind and disappear. On both hanks of ,nR toots resemb,a ,h '•" %  ** ropeever. But. here again, they'll cope, just as they have coped with all the other snags, and the counthe evil smelling canals, particularly the small, short "northern" canal which connects the two main arteries, big birds gather 00 al ready dry land and seem to discuss what all this change in the land scape is about and how it will affect them. Right now they are hav ing a wonderful time, for the with drawal of the waterleaves thou sands of big fish stranded, and the wild ducks, partridges, vultures and eagles are quick to put an end to their agonies. Clumsily, water tortoises, as grey brown as the muddy canal waters, paddle about. diving deep under at the approach of a boat, and bright colored little messenger bird/ig/ag aiT"-the area warning the animal kingdom of the impending "enemy" intrusion. These animals, many of them very rare, have not been forgotten. I They will be given asylum in the southwestern corner of the project. where 500 acres of swamp will be preserved for them, complete with the profuse growths of papyrus and bamboo in which they like to live. Hunting will be forbidden; this is sad news for the many sportsmen who used to spend days in I'pper Galilee wading through the Huleh swamps with their rifles and being certain of good catches. The TO ALL GREETINGS TYRUS T. TRIPP 1520 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD P> trymany basket weaving and matmaking enterprises will get a rich haul of raw material.-, both in the form of bamboo and papyrus. DORN MARTIN DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 5898 Sunset Drive South Miami YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS Office Phone 82-5795 Residence Phone 78-6060 W. F. MeClaakey MARINE SURVEYOR GASOLINE & DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North River Drive P. 0. Box 1788 Miami, Florida GREETINGS HOWARD BACKUS TOWING. — LIGHTERING WHOLESALE SAND — CRANE RENTAL 1201 N. W. South River Drive — P. O. Box 681 Yard Phone 3-5019 Re*. Phone 7-1042 MIAMI 4. FLORIDA Levi Eshkol is in America during the Chanuka season to stimulate Israel Bond Sales. Bonds help the Jewish State conquer the Huleh region, neglected f o r 2.000 years. ANUKA GREETINGS H. Shaddick REALTOR I Property Management Mortgage Loans • Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 48-2591 CORAL GABLES GREETINGS Frank Fischer %  Stool Erector. Inc. — N -E. 2nd AVENUE p HONE 84-1738 ABBOTT ELECTRIC. INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Arenue PHONE 3-6294 GREETINGS Morria Blake—Max Schoenield Shandielere Bar 626 SQ. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI Marine Engine Overhaul and Installation Distributors Kermath Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS 418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 36, FLORIDA f. W. Centre* <• *• lct r Telephone f-9825 GREETINGS! *a:mps"' Clark GOLF PROFESSIONAL Biltmore & Granada Cours Lessons by Appointment CompUta Hnt of Golfing Equipment Phon. Biltmore 4-0649. 48-0G10 Granada 48-9909. 4-9143 P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick Tanki Trap* and Regulator! 1141 So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone MO 1-9586 HOLIDAY GREETINGS llonser Company, Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans & Investments ^ Houser Realty Co., Inc. Real Estate — Property Management First National Bank. Miami Phone 3-2648 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY To Jewry Everywhere "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associates MIAMI FRONTON (* i



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PAGE 14 C "frwtff/Hlg^ttC: It is again a Pleasure To Extend Chanuka Greetings To Ail AIII. AIIJ-MII mWHAT IS JEWISH ABOUT JEWISH SOCIAL WORK? Continued from P9 C I TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS CHESTER E. SALB TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS AL PFLETGER TAXIDERMIST 15400 N.E. Sixth Avenue North Miami Phone 816-5991 GREETINGS FROM • • • J. R. SPRADLEY & CO. FOOD BROKERS 18 N. W. 14th Street Miami Ha. ed e*eotil functions that rv> ono' community could undertake ade-f quately by itself. The statistical ( -trvtCM, the regional orgainiatioris the M>CU1 work research and the informational bulletins helped tfl bring sense and order into local relationships and — just as important — between the local communities and the national and over-1 ~e-v agencies The last 20 years. thanks to our association through llM > ouncil. may be described as our coming-of ae period, the years of matunt> The xoluntary nature of our affiliation in the Council, even as the voluntary nature of Federation >tructure locally, has been our weakness and our strength in each community and in the country at large. For example, the efforts to create a national service to advise communities on budgets of agencies seeking allocations from Welfare Funds brought for the charge that this was; in fact, a scheme to impose the wiir of a small group on the American Jewish community. The proposal, after years of heated debate, was set aside. In the community relations field structural unity has not yet been found possible on a national level so that after Dr. Maclver's study of the feasibility of union, we have now a National Community Relations Advisory Council including the local community relations agencies and all the national agencies, but for the two largest. By 1950, many organizations, reSEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL SWEET INSURANCE AGENCY 5935 N.W. 12th AVENUE Phone 84-2578 SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 N.E. 26th Street Phone 3-5351 ligious. cultural, health and oth .>rs • rfrifcf' thtJttdndlMtf ha restrained them for a few ye'ars after the war's end and launched capital and maintenance campaigns that made the problem of multiple efforts in the twenties seem small, indeed. The old T.B. organizations discovered cancer, arthritis and asthma as talking points for expansion. Campaigns for new synagogues and by independent Israeli organizations thrived everywhere. Local leaders sponsored drives for a host of new and revived local and national institutions. The unifying force of one campaign was being weakened. The Jewish Agency for Palestine set up special machinery to weed out unauthorized appeals. The subject of multiple appeals received the attention of appropriate committees of the Council of Federations. As some have become hardened to the prolonged appeal for large scale needs, there is a tendency to place greater emphasis on specific segmented interests rather than on over-all central interests. We are at present in something of a period of this type. Some groups, including synagogues, fraternal bodies, cultural societies, Zionist bodies, chapters of national organizations and many other kinds of associations are unaware that what is of special concern to them also affects the whole complex of Jewish community organization. Even a grazing ground for contributions can become barren unless attention Is paid to natural laws. AH in all, however, in thfl Jewi* M^ m ,,,; m Th" '* true not „„,.. r .. agencies but for our tLT) We arc now mo ^ "JJ. I and products of the coml school and AmeJaHS' notunhkolythatasour 1, and women assume 2L' hey will demand the twEL .nation of duplication and^l tegration of services n? [ labeled democracy, U | auda ^ may then make a telling cT tion to Jewrsh education by„ sizing the common element! i become increasingly obvious I however, we contend v\\k cates of centrality for toe gogue but de centrality for education. I i'lls Kiisioin kovrrs AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-2389 TO ALL SMSON'S MEETINGS WHITE'S TRUCKING SERVICE, INC. 2005 N.W. 13th AVENUE PHONE 3-2211 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS ALEXANDER D. SMITH Real Estate 382 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables — Phone 83-5213 mi 3365 S.W. 3rd Avenue — Phone 9-7651 VISIT OUR COMPLETE TOY DEPARTMENT ARMY-NAVY STORES VETERAN SURPLUS OUTLET WE FILL MAIL ORDERS: Addreaa all mail orders to 12M Bitcaynt Blvd. 1220 IISCAYNE IIVS. Pliant 3-3311 <"* Stock South of Seam) 6301 N.W. 7th AVE. (Erfisan Center) Phant St-1422 KING MIDAS STORE (Htolteh) Phant II 5363 6254 S.W. Ith ST. (TaaaiMi Trail) Pkaai MO 7 3563 Volunteer teaches Hebrew to a class ol immigrants during "Operation Hebrew," launched by the Israeli Government to impart a working knowledge of the language of the country to 175.000 adult newcomers. American fund raising campaigns, allied with an over-all planning program, channel their gifts to the most needy Israeli sources. Continued from Past 4C in political affairs. In one d i night sessions a vivid debate I place in connection with 11 of Marmorek on the question ganization Dr. S. R. Landau a] was then a very well known I vehemently opposed Hern" in^ he termed the neglect of propaganda among working ( This criticism was not unfa in itself but Landau, exceedimJ i time according to the speakenJ { barked on a lengthy discussin J the social question. Although HIT/I. who was j chair, interrupted and orden to conclude his speech Landni ertheless continued so that theC gress asked the chairman to) the floor to somebody else. | raised the anger of Syrkin, wbo| a socialist saw fit to begin i f hement discussion with Thereupon rose the highly ed delegate Dr. MandelsUmm,! was also a personal friend of I and moved to exclude the i ists from the Congress. This motion was met partly 1 applause and partly *'U> of lion. It was late in the night,| heat In the hall was almost i able and the gathering mosti ruly. Herzl rose and said (jJ the Congress listened with i attention and afterwards unanimously concurred to view: "As a matter of n| shall not consider the nwtwfj Professor Mandt'lstamm. Wei not even think of excluding political conviction from the r ist ranks Half a century has pasted [i Herzl's demise but his masoiM personality and appearance l ingin the souls of tsots^jj privileged to meet him til memory and heritage is also f in the hearts of ourchildm* will be alive as long s the* J State of Israel and a Jewisn I Greetings To All &f QUALITY &f S E R V I C E MIAMI BAGEL BAKERY Telephone 65-8441 1938 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI 35. FLORIDA BARNES Cast Stone Shop CAST STONEWORK tO ORDER MANTEIS GRIUES PLAQUES m4ru felithMl SftMM Mmmfh 262 N.W. 54th STREET MIAMI MMM 74314 GREETINGS TO ALL Florida Gas Corporation and Lauderdale Gas Corporation "BLUE FLAME GAS" 6400 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone 89-1673 CORAL WAV CLEANERS Coral Gablw Dry Cleaning DJj! and Drapes. All Woi PremissR Phon.41345 243 C**] A Happy Chanuka ToMJ I TENNESSEE POUtTtf &EG6S 1340 S.W. 8th STRfff MIAMI Phta. 91515



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5AY, DECEM BER 17. 1954 %  i %  PAGE 15 C I. Continued from Pae 1 C Li (he University of Berlin. Ho on Hitlers •death list" when JVd Germany in 1933. Twenty „ r liter he was the prime mov Tof eventwhich led to the puyLt of reparations by Germany hrael and the Jewish people. „„ Septemlr 10, 1952. Goldmann %  hi capacitv as President of the bnlcrenre on Jewish Material kim Against Germany, signed 1 historic Luxemburg Agree _, s under which West Germany lobiiKat'-i lo pay $822,000,000 in urations The signatory for Isj was Foreign Minister Moshe J^rett: ior the Bonn Government. ancellor Konrad Adenauer. [iAtl lift Nint: Zionist. Dr. Goldml n fervently believes in the leninism ol th" movement. Were allowed to become static it ,ould be 'loomed. Yet he would ml perpetuate Zionism for its own ike. The existence of the State [Israel may require a new Zionl orientation but the movement. _j to convinced, has yet to fulfill |s destiny within the framework I Jewish history. ;AddressinE the first American BI.4 Assembly in New York last _ary 5. Dr. Goldmann elabor„„ this view "None of us, cerunly not I." he declared, "has r accepted the concept that all ^X !" Homed Adenauer German signer Zionism means is just to create a State. A state is never an aim in itself. A'state is an instrument for much greater purposes Even if. by some miraculous achievement, the state were already consolidated today, and secure and Mb, ,9m then, i maintain, it would be a miM gptlon lf ,,„, Program of Zionism to think that Zionism has accomplished what it out to fulfill, namely, the survival oi the Jewish people ." Dr. Goldmann is in the forefront of efforts to reorganize and reorient, the Zionist movement "It Iessential." he has said, "for the Zionist movement ( 0 orientate itself DO) only toward Israel, but toward Jewish life in the Diaspora I as it is connected with Israel." He few differences between Zionists and non Zionists in terms of relations to and support of Israel He would enlist their aid and so, licit their views in sphere. Recent, b'. at Dr. Goldmann's initiative, fourteen top Jewish leaders gathered in New York Their purpose was to discuss the establishment of a procedure for regular consulta; tions on American Jewry's assistance to Israel. For the past decade, Dr. Nahum Goldmann has been, in effect, a roving Ambassador of Jewry. His j home is New York City where he I and his family have lived since i 1941. But for a good part of the year he is abroad in Israel and I shuttling between the capitals of I Western Europe, wherever issues j that effect the future of the Jew| ish people and the Jewish State i are at stake. A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE 1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY 79th Street Causeway Phone 84-4451 Abe (Sparky) Nissenbaura Sam Winer ILFHEB WERNER'S MEW W0DLI1 IN THE VILUGE Continued from Papa 3 C d>r to remain fit. so the writer not cease playing' on the oard of his typewriter. There j i no such thing as waiting for in piratton. You have to train it to at your disposal whenever you j ed it. If you are a genuine writj |r, jour mind will be working full I I day and night. For a creative Bind, there are no after-office I s, no vacations. This is as true I 1 1 critic, like myself, as it is of be poet and novelist. (IncidenHy. I too have written poetry and stive prose—but that is years jo.) In any event, it is unsound to lifferentiate between critical and tative writing. Everything which not a mere rehash of what has *n said before requires a creaIve act of thinking and feeling." ] Did he occupy himself at this articular stage, with any special Kb' Yes." Dr Werner replied. "I n.at present, engaged in research I the field of German-Jewish conhbutions to the fine arts. Except ft a small number of middle-aged wn and women. German Jewry no (wiser exists in Europe. But the fork of its Rreat artists, from MopuOppenheim, who was encouragby old Goethe, to the revoluoaary spirits of the 1920's. is not efficiently known in this country, even the work of the greatest all Max I.iebermann, and I shall v. through a series of articles, to quaint Americans with these peronaltties 0 f the past, and their priceless work. Another subect Is synagogue art. The accomplishments of Chagall, who is now an old man, and of his numerous followers and imitators, is no longer expressive of the spirit of our time. But the new American synagogue, built in suburban communities by American-born, college-bred Jews, is a living force, and it is fascinating to watch how a new AmericanJewish style is in the process of formation, thanks to the inspired ideas of architects, artists, and Jewish leaders who want the house of worship to be modern and thus able to house adeqnately the ever rejuvenating spirit of Israel." ,. Dr. Werner is a hard worker who spends many hours on research. digging up facts from books and periodicals of the past, or, pad and pencil in his jacket pocket, making the rounds of the galleries and museums. For him, the day is all too short. His recreation — stroll with his wife. Judith, whom he married last year, through the winding lanes and narrow streets of Greenwich Village where the Werners now make their home. There, in streets lined with little restaurants, antique shops, and book shops, among picturesque houses which Utrillo might have liked to paint, he finds an echo of the European atmosphere, even of his native Vienna in bygone happier days. ON A SEA TOUR Wild Y Continued from Pao* 11 C recognition for his outstanding services. The other officers made last-minute preparations for a cocktail party, which was held in the afternoon on board one of our ships. The severe heat wave, which swept Greece during our stay and reminded us of home, did not affect the flow of distinguished guests. Technicians from Radio Athens brought a recording team and taped interviews and on-thespot accounts, which were broadcast the same evening. When night (IIUINCf Phane Ml 31 It Of penhtimer WPEY'S AUTO REPAIRS GENERAl REPAIRS M Moires of Cars 1*0 S.W. l,t STUIIT ( > i i n n f OWct pi*., 32424 C o C. Nigh "•It I0NDS *• *•*. 1st AVINUE Ntaraaaafatto, •"•ft* Cw.lt, las. Ca. TO All.-NAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY 1334 N.W. W* ST"" Phaae 65-6715 tuam mum mam Repaired ead Taak Replacenients AII wot* mmwmw 10 All SfASON'5 GREETINGS SQUIRE'S PURE OIL SERVICE preatpfeess r *•"• f## j j^fc, Repair *ark rira and BttUrr *•"''*• Cars CaHad far ad OaHvered Free 3711 W. **•" %  $TtlIT PfceaeM-14f7 fell the ships were brightly illuminated, sailors gathered with their accordions and mouth organs and gave the Greek onlookers a concert of Israeli songs and dances. Generally speaking our sailors behaved so well that the local police chief made a point of reporting on their quiet behavior to our officers. One could see them, roving the streets, shopping and visiting the ancient sites or having a meal at one of the many restaurants. The •greenhorns" among them were on their first tri p abroad. Mf iri*$ DURBIN'S DIRT CHASERS HOMfS C0MMERCIAI IN0U5TRIAI Ceaialefe Cleanlne af Mfc %  •* %  Weekly. Mairthly, Taarly Maintennace 713 N.W. 5th STREET Phones Mill ••*•'• TO All.-4 MOST MAW CHANUKA THOMPSON BURLAP BAG COMPANY BUY and SEll Wfeaiesale ui '"'' 3741 N.W. 7Wh STIICT Pfc.it M-6047 TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS GREETINGS V. *I. HOI < III HI COMPANY PAINTERS AND DECORATORS 20 N.E. 29th STREET PHONE 3-0621 TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer, Vic-Pres. & Sec. H. Goyen, Treas. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Codas lt<\ \4 Kl It & LEIGH, INC. MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 — 1134 N.W. 22nd Street — Miami 13. Florida GREETINGS S HART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS-Residential Industrial %  Commercial 154 N.E. 13th STREET PHONE 3136 ACE EXTERMINATING CO. Complete Exterminating Service FREE INSPECTION 2377 N. W. 77th Terrac* Phone) 7-5347 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA F. L Frazier & Son, Inc. BUILDING CONTRACTORS licensed and Insured 5900 N.W. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone" 78-6004 Greetings WESLEY E. GARRISON, INC. REAL ESTATE 2701 N.W. 6th STREET (Palqar Building) PHONE 65-2574 *i. To All Happy Chanuka I JOHN H. BARCLAY 218 CATALONIA AVENUE Tax Consultant PHONE 134715 Accountant TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY Miami Beach Awning Cm. Bart J. Railly. Owner — H. F. (Tex) Goodman. Manager SERVING MIAMI BEACH ALL YEAR ROUND FOR HOME OR BUSINESS 1125 Fifth Straet Phon. 5-7345 Miami Baach_ ~~ REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantaa—$7.50 up, exen. EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS —REASONABLE PRICESBATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI VOLT BATTERY MFG. 1880 N.W. 7th Avenue Phon* 9-0S37



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PAGE 16 C •Jfet lit fkridlian I^LHKEMBfB AMERICANS LIVING IN ISRAEL FIND IT HARD BUT LOVE IT Continued from Pag* 2 C li-.fi. and I will sign it here in your presence. And take it back with you to my children in Atlanta." Go back to Atlanta?—That isn't even a problem for him. He loves the life in Israel, and wants to live out as many years as he has left there. Will he get married? Certainly, he will get married. He just doesn't want to carry' around with him the feeling that his new wife married him for his money He will support her as long as he lives, and now that he had I taste of living in Israel, he plans to live quite a while longer. "Life just begins here when you're eighty years old." he taj "Let my children live to 120 jreari in America. I will remain in I> rael for good and all!" • At the back of Tel Aviv, at the very edge of the city, among broken-down pour little houses where the porrest of the poor live, I meet a young Jewish couple who were born in America, came to Israel, and alsa decided to remain in Israel for-good and all A loving couple, who gave birth to a child in Israel. The husband, not yet thirty yean old. completed training in America .i.i social worker. The young wife, the daughter Of rich and highly ai similated parents, knew very little of Israel before she came here. She loved her husband, he was Zfconiatically inclined, and he decided to take their honeymoon trip to Israel. So they came to Israel. They came to Israel and after living there a few weeks, decided to remain there. Certainly, their daily life here is harder than in America, certainly the husband's earnings are small. How much can the wages of a social worker be in a country like Israel? But the spirit of the land gives her husband a special satisfaction And when her husband la happy, she is happy Living in Lsrael gives both of them a raison d'etre. The child was born in the meanI time, and from America there bfl gan to come letters, begging her to take her child and her husband I back to New York. But who needs I New York? Who says that living with rich parents on Central Park Wi'st m N'.-w York is more interesting than the poor life on the edge of Tel Aviv? Money is important, but spiritual freedom is even more important. And one can feel spiritually free as a Jew only in Israel, never in America, even if one MI born there, even when one is born in an assimilated family Her weathy mother in New York cannot understand that She is now preparing to come to I>rael to sec { t hings with her own eye.-. It is certain that she will make an at tempt to take her and her husband and her child back home to America. It icertain that she will not appreciate how one can live in a poor little house, when in New I York one could live in a well furI nished apartment. It is certain that the will not understand a lot of things here But she will bave to I return to New York alone. Even her food packages will not be accepted They don't need food packages in Israel any more. One doeanl starve M death In i-raei. j though one must work hard to make a living | The child will grow up in [anti free of mental disturbances He will not feel "different" because in 1SIM,1 there aren't any children "dlferant" from Jewish ones And the husband earns little enough now. but what difference does that make"* There is enough to live on Perhaps, they will be able to find a better place to live, and then everything will be all right all around. Co back to America'' No. not as |00| as we can stay here And here, in Israel we hope to itay for good anil all yes. for good and all." To AU Greetings WKSTKRX MEAT T„ Vr WHOLESALE HOME FREEZF t 2122 N. W. 7th Ave. TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .. CHANUKA GREETINGS WALKER CASKET COMPAjlj 286 N.E. 67th Street Phon.' GREETINGS SEASONS GREETINGS .loh n V. Frazuro REALTOR JOHN J. SEWEll, Sales Mgr. 615 71al STREET MIAMI BEACH HAPPY CHANUKA THE C. N. KISTLU COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 2-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge KIM GREEN PLANT FOOD On Your Lawn? Startling reaulta can be obtained from this rich plant food which contains minerals that will help keep chinch bugs out of your lawn. Sold exclusively HUGHES SEED STORE 118 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-R39I>; i: i: B T ixu! El Toreador RESTAURANT & NIGHT CLUB with the Old Spanish Atmosphere LET US CATER YOUR PARTY Facilities tor Parties from 12 300 People Full Course Spanish Dinners Serving Fine Mexican Food Sirloins • T-Bone %  Porterhouse LUNCH 8KRVED II to Open 7 Dayi a Week -Jl N. 'til i a.m. DIAL 4S3S9 3481 8. DIXIE HIGHWAY U. S Highway No. 1 II Brlnga y-.u to Front Poor r White Rock 3300 MARY STREET MIAMI. FLA. Phone 83-1633 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREENLEAF & CROSBY IEW EL E RS 1000 Lincoln Road Palm Beach—247 Worth Ave. TO ALL GREETINGS IA WHENCE LUMBER to. F. H. A. FINANCING 667 N.W. 14th Street PHONE 3-3663 Miami L ii. L. iumi:iiiso\ PLUMBING — PHONE 83 2695 Heating and Gai Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami, Florida 3148 S.W. KEN ROBERT'S'JIFT SHOI CHINA GIFTS Distinctive Imported and Domestic Pieces 68 MIRACLE MILE Phone 83-2698 BEST WISHES FROM DWYE1VS METAL SHOP 1329 N.W. 74th Street Phone HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT REPAW GREETINGS McCORMICK-BO Y III PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 9443 W. Railroad Avenue (Renuart Mill Building) MIAMI SHORES. FLORIDA FOR SALES. SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE 7-4793 HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. John V. Hardeman and John V. Hardeman, Jr. e Ateefhi Avfe liability Po/ic, 266 Almeria Avenue Phone 83-4607 MURRAY'S MEN'S and ROYS' WEAR Mr. anaMrs. Mewrice Someelt and D.,htr, Cynthia 1712 N.W. Seta STRUT PHONE 4S-3941 To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka MACK CONSTRUCTION CO. 44*2 S.W. 8th STRICT PHONE MO 1-ISfl MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Holiday Greetings To All Of Our fritnis • INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER • MOTOR TRUCKS • FARM EQUIPMENT • REFRIGERATION HOWE E. MOREDOCK COMPANY 550 N.W. 6th AVENUE — PHONE 824433 4135 N.W. 27th AVENUE — PHONE 647671 MIAMI, FLORIDA


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Miami, Fla
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December 17, 1954

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
E 28 Number 50
wices Immigration Policy as 'Morally Evil'
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1954
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ferell Harriman Blasts Entry Laws
Joint Distribution Group rVezt
liv<
YOKK (JTA) Denuncia-1 capees who have been admitted to
the continuation of our the United States under the Refu-
immigration policy" as gee Relief Act is "miniscule" and
evil" and "from the point said that "I can only hope that in
>f our gaining friends in 'its coming session the Congress of
for democracy, a stupid < the United States will review and
drastically revise the McCarran-
Waiter Act, and the Refugee Relief
Act too."
The meeting adopted a budget
of $29,403,000 for JDC relief and
reconstruction activities in 1955.
The budget represents an increase
was voiced this week by
, r ili c t Averell Harriman
York.
riman spoke at the fortieth
sarj rounders Dinner held
inectlon with the 40th annual
of the American Jewish
stribution Committee. Fivejf nearly $4,000,000 over 1954 ex
! penditures by the agency Nearly
one half of it will be spent on JDC
operations in Israel
Rosenwald Named New
UJA General Chairman;
$99,521,275 Goal Told
Pd Jewish leaders, here for
i.n from all parts of the
heard his attack on pres-
sugration policy and his de-
Ihat the McCarran-Walter
ration Act and the refugee
11953 be drastically overhaul-
William Rosenwald
. succeeds Warburg
NEW YORK (JTA)The annual
national conference of the United
Jewish Appeal, attended by more
than 1.200 Jewish community lead-
ers from all parts of the country,
concluded here with the adoption
of a goal of $99,521,275 for the
1955 campaign.
In setting this goal as against
the almost $120,000,000 needed by
the three constituent agencies of
the UJAthe United Israel Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution Committee
and New York Association for New
Douglas Gardens Site of New Unit's Dedication
l:<
l
riticizing the immigration ;
larriman said:
ly the oppressed, homeless
dom seeking p e o p 1 es
must regard with cynicism
erica which bars the door,
iitt a trickle of immigrants, j
immigration on the
rinatory and racist concept
tional origin and which,
immigrants, who arrived
i search of freedom and op-
ity, into jail, alongside
and hoodlums, while immi-
papers are being inspected
aightened out."
Harriman noted that the
I oi actual refugees and e>-
Jack Ablin Memorial Wing Ceremony to be Held
At Jewish Home for Aged on Sunday Afternoon
Jewish Home for the Aged dedi- iliary; and Stanley C. Myers, presi-jCol. Arvey, of Miami Beach and
cates its new Jack Ablin Memorial dent of the Greater Miami Jewish i Chicago and a Democratic Party
on Sunday, Dec. 19. 2:30 p.m., at Federation. I leader, was honored several weeks
Douglas Gardens First unit of a1 S. I. Bernbaum, chairman of the j ago at a dinner by some 2,000 Chi-
master building plan to provide J building committee, is scheduled j caguaus for his "outstanding lead-
added facilities at the Home, the' to bring to the gathering the story ership in humanitarian and civic
of the Ablin Memorial in brief re. causes." Paying tribute to him
marks centering around the theme, were 1952 Democratic Party stan-
"Milestnne in Community Build-Idard bearer Adlai Stevenson, Ten-
ing." Maurice Pearlstein, execu-1 nessee Sen. Estes Kefauver and
Gov. G. Mennen
Memorial commemorates the death
of Jack Ablin, noted Miami and
Chicago civic and philanthropic
leader, who passed away two yean
ago.
According to local officials, the
new unit will add to the Home
further resources for dealing with
the needs of the aged, sick and in-
capacitated, as well as rehabilita-
tive director of the Jewish Home Michigan
for the Aged, will also offer intro- liams.
ductory greetings.
Principal speaker at the Dec. 19
dedication is Col. Jacob M. Arvey.
Noted in national political circles,
"Col. Arvey and Mr. Ablin were
close friends since their boyhood
days in Chicago," Kurmati said,
Continued on Pago 3 A
tion programs
Presiding a, the Ulcation v | ^^ |j|8mes Diplomats for Cdd
be Judge Harold Spaet, Miami
Beach vice mayor and honorary
president of the Home. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu El who has Just re-
turned from an extensive tour of
Reception Accorded Raab in U.S.
Americans the delegates took
into account that some $20,000,000
will be forthcoming from the re-
parations funds now accruing to
the' Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany.
William Rosenwald. long promi-
nent as a top leader in Jewish phil-
anthropic activities, was elected
UJA general chairman. He suc-
ceeds Edward M M. Warburg, who
was elected to the newly-created
post of UJA president, thereby con-
tinuing as a key figure in the or-
ganization. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz
was drafted for a fifth term as the
UJA executive vice chairman. He
will be succeeded in 1956 by Rab-
bi Herbert A. Friedman of Milwau-
kee. Dewey D. Stone was named a
national chairman of the UJA to
represent the United Israel Ap-
peal. He succeeds Rudolf G. Sonne-
born.
In a resolution hailing Mr. Ro-
senwald's election, the conference
delegates declared they would
work wholeheartedly with him to
seek "the highest possible income"
I for the 1955 UJA drive. They is-
! sued a call to American Jewry to
| give first priority to the needs of
I the United Jewish Appeal.
The call warned that unless Is-
Wil-'rael is helped to receive and settle
the 30.000 men, women and chil-
dren due to come in 1955 from
troubled Tunisia and Morocco
"much of the economic progress in
Israel during these last few years
will be destroyed and a new era of
reception camps, tents and idleness
may undermine the country's econ-
omy." The delegates also asked
strong support for programs in
North Africa for the welfare, edu-
cation, vocational training and re-
habilitation of Jews who will re-
VIENNA (JTA)Austrian diplo- by Jewish dissatisfaction with the main there in the coming year.
Israel, will offer the invocation I m;l,jc officials, in the United States stand which the Austrian Cabinet ylT Warburg, in summing up
Home president Abe Kurman will I anfj jn israel arc being blamed in has taken toward meeting Jewish tne record of American Jewry's
official circles here for the "antag-. claims for restitution and heirless | support ofsthe UJA since the end
onistic" attitude of American Jew property. This, it was said here, 0f World War- II. called it one of
ry took toward Chancellor Julius was due to the fact that Austrian i -the most dynamic decades in the
Raab of Austria during his visit to ] diplomatic officials in Washington 300 year old history of Jewry in
and Tel Aviv had reported to Vien- America." In this period, he stat-
Col. Jacob M. Arvey
. principal speaker
welcome guests
Greetings will be extended by
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro. Also bringing greetings will
be Dr. Walter O. Walker, chairman
of the senior citizens division. Wel-
fare Planning Council; Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman. president of the Jewish
Home for the Aged Women's Aux-
Raab of Austria during
Washington and New York.
Official circles here indicated
na that Jewish organizations would
.' take no effective action to support
that the government had not been thejr c|ajms agains( Austria
Particular blame is laid on the
aware of the extent to which the re-
sults of Chancellor Raab's visit to
the I'nited States might be affected
York Congressman Mvlter ChargesJk^h^jjl^!^.
Ties Reveals Rabbi Schultz Back3round
AJP
YORK The New York
been running a series of
about Rabbi Benjamin
Itz
a series of five such articles.
Strange Case of Rabbi
l appearing daily as main
- the week of Dec. 6, the
revealed Schultz' activities
the time he was a boy at
a student of the late
Stephen S. Wise's In-
! of Religion, a Rabbi at
fVonker's Temple Emanu-El
columnist for a Jewish week-
until he became the contro-
figure he is today as the
f his own Jewish League
p*t Communism.
Picture painted by the Post
reveals a man who at every MP
and turn of his career "sought the
limelight for his own personal in-
terest and self-glory."
When Rabbi Schultz' League M
first organized, he succeeded m
attracting a number of well mean-
ing individuals, including W"
York's Congressman Mutter When
they discovered what Schultz v.as
really up to, they all withdrew
from the league. When Congress-
man Mutter severed his relations,
he made this public statement
"I feel Schultz was just using
the League to further h,s own in
terests It seemed to me thai
AJLAC was adopting the same
techniques it was supposed to be
The'we Rabbi Stephen S Wise,
had venerated.
Austrian diplomatic representa-
tives in Israel. They, more than the
representatives in the U.S. are
accused of inadequately warn-
ing the government of the diffi-
culties that might be expected
from world Jewish organizations
seeking compensation for Jewish
victims of the Nazi regime in Aus-
tria. Their optimistic report were
hranded the Yonkers Rabbi "a pro-1 taken seriously by the government
fessional and probably profiteer- here, because Israel is regarded in
st baiter, as unworthy Austria as reflecting Jewish sen-
ing communi...
to be a member, not to say a Rab-
bi, of a Jewish congregation.
The Post articles, written by
Fern Marja. further reveal that
when Schultz lost most of his orig-
inal backers as a result of his un-
savorv tactics, he turned to Joe
McCarthy, West brook Pegler. in ad-
to the known reactionary
in
timent all over the world.
Meanwhile. Austria's refusal
pay Jewish claims has
dition
to
received
considerable attention in Montreal
in connection with the visit to
Canada of Chancellor Julius Raab
of Austria
The Austrian Government has
lamentably failed to solve one of
the country. Those ^ tnP most poignant legacies of the
whom Schultz had condemned, the Nazj rulethe claims of Jewish
Post adds, included Eleanor Roose-' victims of Nazi persecution in
Austria." a spokesman for the
ed, American Jews had contribut-
ed more than $800,000,000 to the
UJA to save and aid over 2.500,000
refugee and distressed men. women
and children in Israel, Europe.
Moslem lands and the United
States.
Jewish welfare funds and com-
bined campaigns were urged to
give increased allocations to the
United Jewish Appeal by the 35-
member UJA Study Mission which
two weeks ago returned from a
month-long survey of Jewish needs
in Europe, Israel and Morocco.
Speaking lor the mission and quot-
ing from its official report, Max
M. Fisher, noted Detroit industrial-
ist, said that "the mission is con-
vinced that Israel's future, and the
future of the Jews of North Africa,
cannot be viewed or dealt with in
terms of routine campaign giving,
or in terms of normal campaign
budgeting." The mission also urged
individual American Jews to raise
Continued on Pag* 6 A
v,.lt. Columbia University. Brook-
College, the UN, President
lyn
Adlai Steven-
fighting."
ite
Schultz
whom
Truman, Point Four,
son. Admiral Nimitz. General Mar-
shall and scores of other loyal
Americans.
Canadian Jewish Congress said
this week. He pointed out that a
large section of the Austrian popu-
lation had participated in the seiz-
ure of Jewish property under Nazi
rule.
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FRIDAY,

Bartley Crum to Speak Tuesday
Bartley Crum will be guest
speaker at a C'hanuka festival spon-
sored by the South Florida Zionist
Districts to be held in the Kubaiyat
room, the new auditorium of the
Hotel Algiers, on Tuesday. Dec.
21. 8 p.m. H Crum will center hi-
tiilk on Chanuka and will focui it
tentlon on the parallel between
the story of Judah Maccabee and
the history of the modern State "I
Israel, according to Jacob Sher.
(ireater Miami chairman of the 1-
rael Bond Organization
Stressing the importance oi I h.i
nuk;i .i~ .c holiday dedicated to
kind- dreams Oi freedom, in
dependence and personal dinn>.
r said th.it the Israel Bonds
whuh we purchase at this time are
an ideal choice i..r the I hanuka
Is we traditional!) jive to our
children, our relatives and our
friends. The) are valuable to the
rei ipient and are adecisive mtru-
rn-nt of assistance to the modern
Maccabees who are building the
dcmocmcj of saraal."
An outstanding spoke f,r
the right- oi rsfugeas in'1 ,,,r ""'
State of Israel, Crum, w til ki
author and attorney, has consis-
tently championed the cause of I-
rael a* vital democratic center
in the Middle East
At the Festival 'rum who has
received lb* "One World" ward
in recognition ol being leader of
liberal though* I "' "'
i h niuka .lit for Israel of
sj in stati ol Israel Develop
meal Bonds from the South Flor
ids Zionist Districts St i mour Ueb-
man i chairman ol the / I \ I I
ordinating board
lr. hi- book, Bi bind The Silken
Curtain." Crum gained acclaim lor
I first han.l report oi the interna-
tional maneuvering which at-
Honor Roll
Students Listed
Dr Herman it Mechlowitx,
chairman ol the Beligtoua School
ol Temple Bmanu-El. announces
iho Scholar-hip Honor Itoll for the
lir-t quarter ol the fall term
Daily Religious School Class 1A
Norman Brook-. Lloyd Davis.
Bruce Hillman. Joann Lebow. Jes-
I Take Class IB Michael
Kaplan, Gerald Nash, Charles Sut-
tlick, Andy Zivltt ( l.i- 11" Jill
( hanmng. Virginia Gordon, Alan
Jarretl Barry Schwartz, Melvin
Schwartz, Alan Slotkin
cia-s id Edward DeLevie,
Harvej Swickle Clam 2A Alan
Vlbert, Ail.ne Hauser, Norman
Schwartz. Ivan Shapiro (la-- 2B
lanle) Lane. Kfram Lieber. Mimi
Miller. Class 2> Arlin Dubler.
hyllia Mechlowitz Clan 3A
larcia Cohen. Margaret Cohen.
lephen Cypen. Howard Hirsch-
lenki. Fred Lane. Murray Rosen-
berg
Grade 4 RoiuTt Mauser, Rogi r
Left. Stephen Mark- Grade 5
Elliott Friedwald, Edward Pottlto
! er. Grade 7 Virginia Gordon
Eileen Nash tirade 8 Adnenne
Miller. Paala MuraVChick, Harriet
Newman, Leslie Zebitz. Grade B
Rose Cohen. Barry Honig. Philip
Spiro, Menll Trent. Ruth Wein
-tein. Sheila Zemmel.
Sunday School: Grade 2A Bon
me Cypen, Stuart Kaplan. Judy
Malschick, Sandra Rubin Grade
2B Kos> Houston. Gilbert Kor
enblit. .Tame- Roth Grade 3A
Artene Halpern. Jeffrey Scott Sole-
Tike Teller Grade 3B Stu-
art Bussej sheila Gordon. Richard
Kan Grade 4 Cared Greenberg.
Harriet J Katz David Kulok. Mar
ilyn Muravchick.
Grade 5 Pamela Greene. Del-
sie Lipton. Waren Lytton. Lois
Samuel. Grade 6 Carol Barrocas.
Id. Cla-s 3B Claudia Bialo- Cynthia Grossman
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tempt'-'t to halt 'he tablhhmenl
of mi Indei h Hat* in
' Iwddt l-rael.'"
he al-o -inmad the importance of
Israel as s vital key-tone of de-
mocracy jn the Middle Baat
Crum was a clo-e friend of the
late I're-ident Koo-evelt and of for
mer President Truman In lMfi.
he was appointed by Truuun to
membership on the Arnjlo-Amcn
can Commission of Inquiry on Pal-
estine, which recommended the ad-
mis-ion of 100.000 Jewish refugees
to the Hal} Land
Zionist Districts participating in
the festival are Miami Beach Is-
rael. Prod Jonas, president; North
Shore. Sheldon Lelrhuk. president;
Miami Beach Ma-ada Jerry Miller,
president, (oral Gables. Dan Gra-
vity president; Miami. Irving Saal.
president, and Broward County,
Jacob Harrison, president.
Temple Israel Will
Honor Dr. Kaplan
On 80th Birthday
Temple Israel of Miami will ten-
der ., d nner to Doctor and Mrs.
"' in a the San Souci
hotel on Sunday. Dec. 26, in cele-
.aplan's 80th birth
t.
im will lv under the
diree'iin of a committee haded
' on and llerlx-rt T*
Feibelman. Included will be a trio
0 i" Joseph R Narot. spirit
ual leader, and an address by
Rabbi Joseph Taxay. of Dayton.i
It.ach. life-long friend of Dr. Kap
Ian
Dr Kaplan is a graduate of one
of th" early clao- of the Hebrew
Union College "d Cincinnati, and
holdl a Bachelor degree from the
University of Cincinnati, as wall
a- the Doctor of Philosophy from
tie 1 at vanity of Denver. He has
held pulpits in Alabama. New
Mexico. Ohio, and Indiana, prior
to oenttng In Miami on Augu-t 18.
1926 He studied with Rabbi Isaac
Mayer wise
I'nder Kaplan's leader-h.p. Tern
pie Israel grew from a handful id
numbers to melnrte Mime 1.000
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iy, DECEMBER 17, 1954
*Jmlsti fkrifi-ir
in Dedication
lewish Home
Iged Sunday
Continued from P9 1 A
address at the dedication
low unit will certainly prove
L Phillips. Home vice presi-
viH miroduce Col. Arvey.
D,,r, to the community will
tr(.,l by Baron de Hirsch Mey-
kc presidenl "f the Jewish
[[or I he Aged, to be followed
th,. dedication prayer offered
hbi I.i-hrman.
Idpating in the ribbon-cut-
Cremony will be M. J. Ko-
|tz chairman of the Home's
land Donald Owen Ablin, the
fcck Ablins son.
, Leon Kronish, Temple
Bholnni spiritual leader, will
(he dedication-concluding
letion. Kurman said ghat
will then be led on a tour
Memorial.
tars of I he Jewish Home fbr
S(.,l are as follows: Kurman,
Judge Spaet, honorary
eni: Kopelowiti, chairman of
Hard; Ihrnbaum, vice piqsi-
...('>(t. vice president; Pkil-
Kee president; Archie Green-
Efaiuicial secretary; Mrs. Sol
,nan. corresponding secre-
In. Hoses Krieger, recording
|ar>: and 1'earlstein, execu-
Brector.
leer- of the Greater Miami
|n'> Auxiliary include the
fines Silverman, president;
iin Appel. honorary presi-
Jtavid Phillips, Herman Jac-
Pack Udell, M. Graham and
Makovsky, vice presidents;
; Frankel, Baron de Hirsch
and Max Greenberg, honor-
pee presidents.
Mesdames Frances Entine,
pal secretary; Benjamin Hain-
an, recording secretary; Nat
i and Manuel Tanenbaum,
Minding secretaries; Morris
el. treasurer; Nathan Feika,
Kale Meidenberg. Anna
Isidor Cohen and Morris
f, trustees; and Krieger, par-
Btanan.
PAGE 3 A
View of the front entrance of the Ablin Memorial Winq The
new unit faces NE 52nd st.. between 1st and 2nd aves.
Pioneer Women's Groups Honor Two
Aiiair to be Held
lorth Shore JWV
lib w a r Veterans of the
States, North Shore Post
I- auxiliary, announce their
Joint membership party on
pay evening, Dec. 18, at the
1 Intel.
nbership chairman of the aux-
is Mrs. Milton Koch, and
erslup chairman of the Post
If Pearl man.
liKhts of the evening will be
ard of prizes to Mr. and Mrs.
Crown, for their member-
activity.
rking on the auxiliary corn-
are the Mesdames Florence
Evelyn Le Vine, Frieda Par-
Ba Jacobs. Kate Fodiman and
Ehrenreich. The post cora-
ls comprised of Arthur Sele-
Idton Koch, Jack Pritt, Hen-
np and Sidney Crown.
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The 140 teen agers who are cur-
rently enrolled in "Kanot," the
youth agricultural school on the
road to the Negev in Israel, will
remember the honors bestowed
upon two Pioneer Women in Mi-
ami last weekend.
Mrs. Mania Shubow and Mrs.
Pearl Krieger were honored as
"Kanot Builders" at the Chanuka
banquets given by Pioneer Worn
en's Club II on Saturday at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant and
by the Golda Myerson Club on Sun-
day at Beth David Auditorium, re-
pectively.
"Kanot Builder" certificates for
$1,000 were given both Miami
women in recognition of "their
many years of devoted service to-
wards the completion of this vil-
lage" where eventually classes of
400 Israeli youth will learn the
skills necessary for redeeming the
Negev.
Funds which Club I will raise at
a Chanuka party on Wednesday
evening, Dec. 22 at Kneseth Israel
Congregation social hall are ear-
marked for the school. An Israeli
movie will be shown and refresh-
ments will be served.
Kadimah Chapter members are
also pooling the proceeds of their
Chanuka celebrations for "Kanot."
Mrs. Leo Goldman, chairman, has
scheduled Chanuka parties with
traditional potato latkes for:
Dec. 19, Sunday evening, at home
of Mrs. Robert Cole. 2131 EW 21
ter.
Dec. 19, Sunday evening, at home
of Mrs. Leo Goldman, 2655 SW 25
ave.
Dec. 21, Tuesday, 1 p.m., at home
of Mrs. Rose Fogelman. 1790 SW
22 ter.
Dec. 21, Tuesday. 12:30 p.m., at
home of Mrs. Michael Fiedler, 2368
SW 4th st.
Dec. 22, Wednesday, evening, at
home of Mrs. Albert Berson, 5130
SW 5th st.
Dec. 25, Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the
home of Mrs. Cele Segal, 1819 SW
9th st
Dec. 26, Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at
home of Mrs. Jacob Raff el, 2740
SW 26th st.
Mrs. Mary Tarakan, 327 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach, will be
hostess to the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tions for its monthly meeting, Mon-
day evening, Dec. 20th.
The Bas Mitzvah of Bonnie E.
Goldberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Goldberg,
3542 Flamingo dr., will take
place Saturday, Dec. 18, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate.
Bonnie is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School and is in the eighth
grade of the religious school
of Temple Emanu-El.
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Friday. D : 17. 1951
Number 50
v 22.
I liaiuika
The celebration of Chanuka. the eight-day
Festival of Lights, begins at sundown on Sun-
day evening.
The holiday narks the struggle of the Jews
against the Syrian monarch Antiochus, who
sought to impose pagan beliefs upon them
some twenty-one centuries ago. Led by the
Maccabeans. the Judeans fought the over-
whelmingly superior forces of the then world's
mightiest nation and were victorious after five
bitter years of struggle.
We of course recall that the first act of the
triumphant Jews was the cleansing of the dese-
crated Temple in Jarusalem thus the name of
the festival. Chanuka. which means "rededica-
tion."
More important, however, was the fact that
the victory over Antiochus insured the survival
of Judaism for future generations. It is in this
rsgerd that we may look upon Chanuka as a
symbolically meaningful celebration through-
out our history, for the Jews have eternally and
everywhere on earth waged a battle to pre-
serve and nurture their culture and tradition.
This year's observance of Chanuka will be
marked in the midst of American Jewiy's Ter-
centenary celebration, and the Festival of Lights
will take on added significance for us. We
think there is a striking parallel between the
handful of men who fought with ancient Mat-
tathias against the Syrians and the early Jew-
ish pioneers who struggled to found this great
nation.
For out of the pagss of American history have
come concepts of religious liberty and political
security that affirm the sacred meaninq of the
spiritual goals which the Maccabees sought
to recapture. Chanuka will thus be an especial-
ly joyous festival for us this year. Celebrating
the ancient Jewish triumph of freedom over op-
pression, we will also be marking the emerg-
ence of this nation, which holds the principles
of justice and human dedication so dear.
Hartley Cruin Speaks
Bartley Crum. internat.onally renowned at-
torney and actively identiiied with previous
Presidential administrations, will address a
Chanuka festival Tuesday evening in the Al-
giers hotel.
South Florida Zionist Districts are sponsors
of the affair, and they will present a gift to the
Jewish State of $25,000 in Israel Development
Bonds.
The story of the reemergence of Israel in our
time is closely identiiied with Jewish aspira-
tions for universal peace, and the role that
Develpoment Bonds play in that rebirth is cer-
tainly a major one.
Mr. Crum will bring to the Chanuka festival
a messcge relating to the industrial growth in
Israel which seeks to strengthen the independ-
ence achieved by the young republic on the
battlefield in 1948.
Greater Miami Jewry should be on hand to
hear this message.
i oal Announced
Annual national conference of the U:
Jewish Appeal ended in New York last week-
end with the adoption of a S99.521.275 cam-
paign goal for 1955.
William Rosenwald. Jewish leader and phil-
anthropist, ha= been named to succeed Edward
M. M. Warburg a3 UJA general chairman. Mr.
Warburg will henceforth occupy the n3wly cre-
ated post of Appeal president.
The goal announced in New York indicates
the extent to which leaders of the American
Jewish community rscoqnize the many prob-
lems facing Jews throughout the world today.
Thi3 sum must certainly bring home to all of
us the emergent needs of a shaken North Air>
can Jewish community, Jews seeking to flee
unfriendly Near Eastern and European coun-
tries and the many services in Israel supported
All of which is a reminder thai the 599,521,275
goal fixed nationally in New York will be more
easily achieved ii our local Combined Jewish
Appeal drive in Greater Miami receives this
area's wholehearted support. Let us remember
our CJA by giving Life Dollars and our volun-
teer services wherever necessary,
by UJA.
CHANUKA 1954
The Spirit of Judah Maccabee is Still Alive
lledicnlhm Sunday
The Jewish Home for the Aged dedicates its
Jack Ablin Memorial Wing on Sunday at Doug-
las Gardens. National and local leaders will
be present to witness the ceremonies.
Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged has elicit-
ed much praiseworthy comment during its brief
history and rightly so. For the programs of
the Home have done much in assuming the
burden of productively caring for those in the
community who can no longer fully care for
themselves.
In April, 1953, The Miami Herald commented:
"The Jewish Home for the Aged is moving with
humane practicality toward easing the lot and
spotlighting the triumphs that old age can
achieve under intelligent, heart-warmed direc-
tion."
On the occasion of the Home's citing thirteen
of its residants with "honorary degrees." the
Miami Daily News said: "Even though their
remaining years are numbered they have been
inspired, through tender and intelligent care,
on entirely new adventures."
In our own columns. The Jewish Floridian
remarked in October of last year: "Today, the
institution has been singled out as a Home for
the Living, where age is no deterrent to fruitful
activity, and it is continuing its forward strides
with the forthcoming construction of the Jack
Ablin Memorial Building."
These observations, and many others too
numerous to mention, indicate the progress
which has been a hallmark of the Jewish Home
for the Aged since it received its charter a little
more than ten years ago. Our Greater Miami
community seems to have grown almost over-
night, and the Home has kept pace with that
growth, achieving its present position of pre-
eminence as one of the most respected of or-
ganizations devoted to the feld of geriatrics.
The Jack Ablin Memorial, which is a mile-
stone in Ihs development of the Home, indi-
- extent to which Miami Jewry has
wiTno to help carry the burden of pro-
viding an atmosphere of harmony and well-
beuig for its aged.
Only a mature community reckons with this
specialized problem. Supplying a reason for
tq to those who feel rejected because they
can find little or no outlet to express themselves
constantly searching for the means to further
its own development and to enlarge its own fa-
cilities for Jewish institutional requirements, the
Home and Greater Miami Jewry show the un-
stinting degree to which they are payinq heed
to their responsibility in the field of care for the
aged.
The Jack Ablin Wing is but another step in
the direction of further progress for the Home
Those attending the Sunday ceremony will pay
their respects to an institution whose achieve-
ments are noteworthy, as well as to the late
Mr. Ablin. whose community consciousness
was keen and who would take great satisfac-
tion in the identification of his name with Mi-
ami s Jewish Home for the Aged.
During The Week ... \ t SfJe
y LEO MINDLIN
SITTING AT a new- dealt day after day I .. ,,
bow n ..:i> little "new 'r,,1aj
often is th.- tension which had built up t,>,, ,',''''""' Jw
months back: the- apparent change m oui \ '*
which i- do chance at all but a modifii d lor"tM
ed by our government afti r tl u i ""*
li)48 if we have "suddenly" decided not
ed at this decision aft. r careful i.....i-ki,',-, *H
Tripartite) Declaration, and this || ,-, turning back "no|tk
If. in Europe, our ;..i'!. -rs have made i d< finite stand
ol an independent and militarily viable G i,.'",hln,he-
after that nation's utter destruction by (hi '">
before decide hi Lnce the eriou 'r'\"*
long agrarian plan for dfltootod Third Reich, (his I.',,'!'
If. in Formosa nee Taiwan, we have determined t'hJi""**
tnteretf is boat protected by a pro i ;,.v at,r "ur *-
Irresponsible Republican charge of the "China II out "tahh
hack. If. m Japan, the democratization process which we""
in-tituted and supported seems now to fall awaj tx i
if secret movements, this is a turning back
If the Soviet Union is now our enemy when, in 1945 .,
troops were withheld from storming Berlin 50 that :li.y might
simultaneously upon the city with advanced he [J
thi- is a turning back.
ALL OF this is by way of sayinfahat th historic!!
cyclical; and that the individual everfnmu-t not obscan tl
tableau of experience. Our irreconcilable il \:th uar
Union return us to the pre-recogniti.jnil.A 1 ssg
first Roosevelt Administration. The Imperceptible lipping
Japan from the Western orbit hr;ngs us bad "(codh
tween that nation and a then emerging I'hn [,,r d.>mtnatwty
Asiatic controlled Far F>st. Our relative!* recently determine
of supporting Nationalist <*hina to the point where e ha\e n
Pciping that an attack on Formosa is tan' with da
Army uncovers the pages of history which re. 1 the heydatJ
Kuomintang and those ascendant years when Madame i.'hianj'i
to Washington meant the full diplomatic In "ur part
genefOUl gifts to her from our Treasur)
And so .me could go on and on. describinf the manner 1:
men reach back to make of their future whit was me their pat
unfortunate thing in this regard is that America has not yet 11
a point where it is capable of making the cyi ratted
experience pay off. How many of us. for example can look with
upon the recent decision of the Eisenhower Administration toat
gress to cancel scheduled tax reductions as a realistic approachn
problem of a continuing cold war?
We can. if we regard ourselves as politically "mature," aj
this is a clever Republican move aimed at embarrassing an iq
Democratic Senate and House in the 1956 national election c
But how many of us will remember then Gen Eisenhower*!
speeches when, in 1952. he incessantly pinpointed New Deal-Fair
spending1* This sort of seeming paradox is DO) .dune a -pike a
nomic philosophy upon which Mr. Eisenhower may be subs
impaled. There are larger issues which may snag the Party here
represents
THE PROBLEM relating to China is one of these For inn
life is inextricably bound to military' tradition, the President i
larly pacific and extraordinarily sensitive to aggression The
licans. who during the past twenty five years have made pfti
their political campaigns by calling the Democrats a ar party.'
find themselves disturbed by their leader bd 1 a be insists BM
tience in dealing with Red China's provoking actions.
This turning back, in the face of wise Presidential oppositioi
sents a double dilemma For the myth of Western-led aggresooikl
Far East is here envisioned upon a beachhe.nl ol a oncerejeda
tionalist China. Some leaders most urgently calling for 1 "1
war include such men as China Lobbyist Sen William Knoihajj
California, whose .. ry remark in Washington and .very argumear
Mr Eisenhower are so apparent as to be emharr.is-in^. and pro*
China Lobbyist Alfred Kohlberg. whose latest pressure technnjal
elude naive letters to the editor of far-flung and unimportant
tions like the Miami Daily News (December 14. 1954)
Were our nation a part of the vast historical tradition n
Britain, for example, finds itself, it could lock upon the pr
rearward turning and cycles of human experience and profit
ably. The double dilemma to which I have referred would tha
exist The initial rejection of Chiang Kai-Shek was based, iwajl
things, on the honest recognition that he was nut the lea*[
Chinese people. And if it is our present equally honest beW
Mao Tse Tung cannot be regarded as their repn -. -ntative
must at least face the fact of circumstance ranther than the
wishful thinking.
England's willingness to recognize Red China. ..Iih<>ugn 11
motivated by economic consideration*, looks tow ird the time
viforoua Pelping might become, like Tito, an errant child
inform. This would place the burden of ir.it national
upon the Soviet Union rather than upon the western w"r*-
WERE WE like Britain conscious of the turn ol h
\.n compete with (he Rui ians for Peiping's -'''' \mM
hastening the advancement of a monolithic "Peopli i;'rV)Jif
subsequent spin with Moscow The pro.d ol tin h' !"'\ Jlf
fact that, apart from the U.S.. the Soviet Union 1- 'r',;',,byJ[^i|
the intimately concerned nations of the world th
' hina's recognition Si the I'N for these \:
But we are unfortunately historically short sightt'd T^B,
military and industrial ascendancy has come all t '| 1L.l|
have scaled the heiglf than two centum "I >""!
independent government. -^aj
Thus, the Kohlberg* think and Sen Knowland 'PcaB.3*l
"pla is reported in the ranis of the Republican Al.ni,n*Sr
ntary Dulles warns Peiping that aggression again-t horm^KL
dealing with the American Army while Britain l",plorC!!^iH
to the possibility that recognition of Red China mi'^vL^0i
blessing. Only the Soviet leaders stand to gain from tnis -
They, whose birth came with the birth of their revolution^^ j
rapidly touched upon the secret of historical understand"* ,
speak ol their long-range plans for ultimate world (1,,m,"2Jnt"5
not busy ourselves with warning one another that c" ^r
trap to lull us into dropping our military guard duriw
I These things we understand in them, but we >"> "p'w#|WrJ
the lesson to our own diplomacy. The survival of tne ^o*<
may very well depend upon the rapidity with wnil,,1w'Ju(ne ^
to recogniie the larger meaning of history and the rew
tanec of specific even: .


3AY. DECEMBER 17, 1954
n Age Group Offers Service Trophy
l spirit of Mutts*) the e!ub that accomplished the
f w conducted Sunday at moal io community pork
ni Jewish Cominu-1 Thome of the confen
Center girls- club.; -Teen Agegj Take Their :!.,
J^istlhridlirtr
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i. announce I tO
mbled delegates
present i trophy
|ht. ,ii(i oi the Bchool yr to
was
ace in
Community Life "
The surprise announcement was
Goodman
on the i mel div
" 'i"! opened I he confer-
ence Efraim H Gate, GMJCC exec
I in in- re-
it s" rth are more ma-
th in ever before."
ich ii ,h
i ho
i that
li !> standards for club acti' ity
and in ttvkUial behavior. He also
told the delegates that i! was im-
!i m to shar their
problems and their ideas with
parents,
At the closing dinner session,
from more th in 30
Center-sponsored clubs heard Mr
n pn sid nt, Jewi th
AJCongress Meets
1 American Jewish Congress,
' h.ipti r, will have
a reguhr mc-ting in the form ol a
Chanufca party at the Algti rs note)
Dec. 27, 12:30 p.m.
Social Service Bureau, offer them
i and encouragement for
interest in the community.


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UbftMthrkMar
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Rosenwald New UJA Chairman
Continued from Page 1 A
standard "t giving "immedi-
and nibstantii
Dr, Joseph Sehwarti execu
irice chairman ol the UJA
since IQ61< who was persuaded to
n main until the end ol It
i ^ ecutive head of the organixa
Hon. made passionate appeal to
the delegates for maximum allocs
lions by the communities lo the
l nited Jewish Appeal He empha
sixed Israel needs and the excep
tum.il situation of the Jews In the
Moslem countries In North \frica.
and urged all communities to toi-
low the "pre-eampaign budgeting"
system in which UJA requireraeata
.-I onM be Civ on proper attention
Israel Finance Minister Lovi Bah
hoi ad Iresslng the deli
ed upon Ann lean Jews to Increase
their support Of the I .IA to h. lp
offset the gradual decline hia eoun-
tr> faces in United states and other
outside aid He stressed that Is-
reel has sun not absorbed all the
immigrants arho have come to It,
and is tared also by a now w.i.i of
miss immigration,
Israel WOUM hae the fun,Is tor
this, be indicated, but continued
Arab hostility is draining these off
for programs of national defense
"Refusal of the Aral) states 10
make peace forces us to carry a
heavy burden of expenditure for
armament." Mr. Eshkol declared.
adding that Israel has no other
choice since "We simply cannot af-
ford to find ourselves weaker than
the Arab SI whk h i I u h
.nod enmity to the frk ndahlp
we offer them "
Bruce McDaniel former director
of the United
tions Mission m Israel, told the
. that "while Israel I
rest, this i- ,i criti-
cal tune In Israel- economic lite"
it is a tune ho said, when more.
rather than less, effort" should be
made "to capitalize on what h is
beam done, and to continue net
cary social welfare and education-
al work."
Mr HcDaaiel, who served as I
head of the t S Mission between j
1951 and mid>1SM, said that Is-
rael's people "look forward with |
faith to the time when their coun-
try Will no laager depend on out
side help But at the present time,
he declared. Israel needs continu-1
ed support" In this fiscal year'
alone, he pointed out. Israel re
quires from outside sources about'
$125 for every man. woman and ;
el.ild in the country in order to
meet its budget for foreign in
Israel Ambassador Abba S. Kban.
addressing the final session, told
the delegates that "Western states-
manship baa progressed*1 in its ap-
ptociat ion of Israel's security pmb- !
least "Far from dismissing this |
problem as nonexistent." he do
dared, "the U aders of Western na-
> openly declare their un-,
ndirtg of Israel's sense of ap-
skw and \ iilnerabilit) and
their belief thai measures can be
foraiu lay those feelings."
I \ r termed this "di*
tinct i
,
" agt" a*. -
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (right) accepts an ornamentalfc
nuka monorah presented to the North Shore Jewish Ceaii
Harry Hirsch, artist, and Isaac Hirsch. who donated 3
norah in memory of his wife. Unveilinq ceremonies wj]U
place at the Center during Friday evening services.
Michorl Zulrrnick
Zuckernick Back
From Korea Service
1 Mm h tel Zukemlck has
returned from Korea after one
and I halt years of -er\ ice in that
in the Judge Advocate Gen-
eral Corps of the I S Army
He received his commission in
.Tune 1952. attended JAG School
;! the I'niversity of Virginia in
ittesville and was thereafter
ed at Camp Rucker. Ala .
until he went overseas
In Korea. Zukernuk served ...
- counsel it
SSI huh
'i- and
'.-. ifaM
l the K
4 Mi
-
I

(0 the
I
Wni Zukernick
Pi Lamb
fraternttj \. Beta EpsUon legal
fraternity and an editorial board
" n.i Lau Quar-
He will be associated with hi
Harry Zukern.ck. in the
CC of law fl n rd .
M ami Beach
Teddy I. Sokolsky, son of Mr.
and Mis. Kenneth Sokolsky.
4301 Adams ave.. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Dec. 18, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.

Hebrew Academy
Annual Function
Slated Monday
Hebrew Academy parer*- .'
-s .r.r.u.1 Show Me *

bare scholastic
-peeial pruje'
Nth the Hebrew and ERdisn q>.
R-bbi Alexander S
principal, announced
f outlines of the school'.*
1 and dramatics programs
e outlined by Mrs Jack Don-
r and Mrs
Miller, dramatics director
-demy John w u-s.^.
I education director, will dis-

of the school.
According to Mrs Charles Gert-
ler. president, a skit entitled "The
Last Menorah" will be presented
in honor of the Chanuka fest.val.
Judge Seidman to Speak
At iSSB Boor. Meeting
Mrs Leo Ackerman. president of
the Jewish Social Service Bureau.
this week announced that the pro-
gram of the next agency board
meeting will present Judge Saul
Soi in,.,i. ol Hartford, Coan
Judge Seidmafl Is national chair-
: tho social planning adt isorj
committi 4 the Coaaeil ol Jew-
\\ elfan Funds.
Mrs Ackern that "the
Council's special reports have been
helpful in enabling US here
r on n pro-
ol Jadge
an in our meeting provides
.i rerj HBusaal opportunity for oar
community representatives to ss>
ihjetta with the ut-
Meeting Mill be devoted to com-
munity planning and the nature of
the participation of a Jewish fam-
ilv agencv in planning A number
of local developments will also re-
ceive consideration. Mrs. Ackerman
revealed Among these u the de-
cision of law Welfare Planning
Council to conduct a general com-
munity survey of family and child
care needs and a proposal that
there be a central information and
referral service for Dade Count)
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday evening. Dee 21. at the
hoase of Mr and Mrs Stanley C
Myers
Beach Council Discussion
Group Meets Tuesday
Beach D uncil of Jew-
bold it* nest dis-
- group at 1 30 p as on Tue*-
da>. Jan 4 in the home of Mrs
Charles Roeeegarten. 58S0 Pinetree
dr
rm and make-up- will be
the topic of discussion for the
afternoon Two instructor* from
the Miami Models College will lead
the discus-
Scheduled is a demonstration
riven by Miss Renee Graff Louis
Lipton will discuss dietary science
Sisterhood Holds Tea;
'Mazol Night' Scheduled
Tuesday, Dae 21, at i p m.. Sis-
terhood of Agudath Israel Institute
will hold a Chanuka tea at the
home of Mrs Bather Lerman, presi-
dent. 721 86th st
Mrs Lerman will be assisted by
the Mesdames Betty Rosenberg,
Frances Lilian. Irene Smith and
Rosalie Steiner
Sisterhood also announces a
"Mazol Night" function Monday
evening.
Committee includes Irene Smith,
chairman. Rosalie Steiner. co-
chairman. Etta November and Ce-
cilia Wort man.
Amity Club Dance
Amity 28 Club will feature the
music of Hal Maikm's orchestra
' 'annual chanuka dance at the
Town Branch. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, on Satur-
!'. 18.
Youth Discussed
Gil Rappaport. Florida director
of the Zionist Organization of
America, will address the members
of Miami Beach Lodge. B*nai B"rith.
weekly luncheon meeting on
Tuesday, Dee. 21. 12 noon in the
i>i I ido hotel. Rappaport'a subject
will in- "American Jewish Youth
of 1955."
Diamond Named Beth
Tiilah President
Israel Diamond has been named
r>' Tfilah.
Oaken elected to office at meet-
ing this week include Hyman Zaid-
man. vice president; Louis Ciment,
vice president; Simon Hill, treas-
urer; William Rothman. financial
, secretary; and Rabbi Meyer KaU.
recording secretary.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. spirit-
ual leader, installed the officers.
'Young Married' Grod
Plans Chanuka Fete
' Youi "' irri I :- n j|
Miami Zionist District ili
"Ball and i hain" chasing
on Saturd j r.irm. Dec 8,|
Republican flub, 1947 Wall
ler -t
In charge of arrangemsk-
Mr and Mrs Harvey Sosa,!
and Mrs .\l c,r.*\ Mr i*||
Arthur Roth, Mr and an
Grossman, Mr ami Mn A4?
piro and Mr and Mr- AUraj
keUtein.
Card Party Saturday
\tisln- F.nuth Con
'n will hold a card party
tardaj seeniaf at the home
el Mrs Sam Kitman. 2301 S\V 24th
ter Chairman is Mrs Anne Abram-
son. with Mrs Sam Zollingcr act
ing as ticket chairman.
350 Attend Opening:
Of Waldman's Hotel
Some 350 persons attended a
dinner honoring the opening of
Waldman's hotel on Sunday eve-
ning
s of honor included num-
erous state and city officials, as
well ,,s local dignitaries ref
ing the Rabbinate pn -s. radio and
televisi. d
Among leaders extending greet-
ings at the dinner were County
Commissioner Orant Stockdale. Mi-
ami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro.
Councilman D. Lee Powell and
Rabbt Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI.
Waldman's. formerly the Lord
Tarleton. u on the ocean at 41st st.
and now offers a kosher cuisine.
Monticello Groups
Reveal Joint Instc
Congregation Monticello Pat
will hold a joint instalUbal
officers, together with tk I
Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary al|
Mens' Club, on Sunday i
NE 164 st. and 11 ave. Nofl|
ami Beach
Rabbi Abraham Levitan.1
leader, will conduct tie i
tion ceremonies. Co-chiirsaJ
the installation committeei
I Danny Abramowitz. Bei Wl^
Sam Fine
Holiday Highlight! 1
Slated by Hadassak
..
sf the Mis I'nil f JakJ
ihu ay
third an." '> Wf~
dance on Sunday Dec '
, a-ablanca hotel
Ona Lowe i- fund n*4Q
man. Members of the ur^M
committee are Sandy FroBtT
Basch. Ruth Dixoe, no'V8!
Milly Noodleman. and IW
wartzman.
Sholem Lodge. B'noi B nth. sponsored installa tion ceremonies of Shield of DoTid;Svi
day evening at Beth Dand Synagogue, with Judge MUton Friedman acung a*j2a*l
\ JShown n*ft to ^ nard Kohn. adult chapter advisor; Jay Bruce Hess, newly elected wesident. Paul W
chaplain. Not shown are Leonard Rothbart. vice president, and Daniel Kami*.


f nrrEMBER 17, 1954
Hrman Hew
on president
i AZA Chapter Plans
! Installation of Officers
["T Association of Great-, Newly elected officers of the
"has elected Rabbi Irving Shield of David Chapter A.2.A.
Temple Emanu-EI spir- were installed on Thursdaj eve
tier to succeed as presi- ninjj at Beth David Synagogue
Cl'association Rabbi Sim-: The chapter is under the spun
I l Mi inn Hebrew School sorship of Sholem Lodge B'nai
Vgation. Bri,h
to office ol secretary was Installing officer v.., JUUB,:
Ifred Waxman, spiritual Milton Friedman Following the
.JgWtoftHryW,
PAGE 7 A
Judge
pdman. Followin
\\,.l Miami Jewish Cen- inatanati.ui. ....,.,( ,. .. !i, ,
going -<-cretary is Rabbi of Davui chapter h ., ,, i.,., .
Jtbramowitz, North Shore cale of clai .u, ma
renter spiritual leader. ----------------------
Cficers will not aume Architect Honored
La until lifter the begin-
Janu.ny
1955.
Architect I.enard II. Gla..... of
Miami Beach has been awarded a
scroll in ceremonic- staged by the
North Dadc Jewish Center for his
"philanthropic efforts and architec-
iiincil Schedules
_ig of Film
Light In Israel" will be tural services" to the congregation.
ieof the Chanuka meeting Glaaser designed the renter's new
...,;. National Fond ('nun- hnilrlint? /in Wast Dixie *>
hfisfa National Fund Coon
Eeater Miami Wednesday
[in the Hebrew Academy.
picture. "First Steps^
thown Special Chanu
building on West Dixie hwav.
Chairman of the evenl was Dr.
William K. Boris. The Center's
isj^^ujjritual leader is Rabbi Henry
ilOr^Bkolika.
will be presented by the ,---------
Irani chairman Jack Fish- Group to Nominate
on JNF Tag Day. to be; Nomination of of tiers will be
III',!,, night. Dec. 25 and held Monday evening by the Great-
[in- 2'i. will be given by er Miami Hebrew Free Loan Asso-
>avi's. eiation at
d Mrs. Jack Dei
i-l.Milan, honorary' pre>i-
Council and chair-
idio project, will re-
I special chanuka
to be held Sunday.
450 SW 16th ave.
Proceeds for Hospital
Mrs boflig Wolfe, dinner dance
Chairman for the Miami Chapter of
National Children's Cardiac
1 I announces th<- organiza-
annual dinner dance on
1 I evening, Dec. 28. at the
l atin Quarter Proceeds will be
research at the hoa-
, 50 West Flagler it. Mrs.
1820 SW 14th ave., Mrs. Her-
old Cohen, iar,o sw :>ist si., are
>! ill,,.,, hi reservations.
bridge Tourney Thursday
Dr Norman .1. Riiss. chairman of
li bn Ige tournament project of
lh Men's Club of Temple Beth
! h" om announces the next tourna-
menl on Thursday evening, Dec. 23.
in the Temple's banquet hall. Win- j
tiers "i the last tournament were
r, Benjamin Tanner and Mike
Kaplan, Herbert Abrams and Don-
aid Rubin, Mrs. A. B. Crosby and
Mrs. II. Hugenol and Mrs. Ralph
Cobb and Mr- William Yanowitz. '
.lack A Abbott is president of the
Mi i, s club.
Golf Instruction Resumes
Golf Instruction at the Greater
Miami .lewi.-h Community Center,
Town Branch, has resumed its
third season this week.
North Shore Club
Has Officer Installation
Installation of officers of the
Young Adult Group of North Shore
Jewish Center took place Sunday
evening at the Monte Carlo hotel,
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz act-
in; as installing officer and guest
speaker.
The club consists of some 250
young men and women.
Officers installed were Stanley
Brody, president; Sue Sheappard.
vice president; Mildred Schachler.
treasurer; Elaine Berman. corre-
sponding secretary; and Disa Kan-
sol, recording secretary.
Monthly Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a monthly meeting at
Belli David Svnagogue Tuesday
evening. Chanuka program will be
presented by Debs chapter of B'nai
B'lith Girls. Chairman is Mrs. Belle
Herman. Debs advisor.
IN THE MAIL
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, in consonance with
the expression of all religious
bodies in America, herewith issues
the following declaration and call
to iN constituents:
New Year's Eve, this year, falls
on Friday night. We call upon our
Jewish brothers and sisters of the
community to abstain from dese-
crating the Sabbath by celebrating
j New Year in the secular manner.
As the new calendar year dawns
for mankind, let us turn to our
, Hebrew prayers, reciting the Jew-
ish hope.for universal peace and
, brotherhood.
May the new year 1955 brin
harmony to the nation and serenity
j to the world.
Rabbi Simon April.
President,
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
Rabbi Kaplan to Speak
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. president
of Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women,
announces a Chanuka patty on
Wednesday. Dec. 22. 1 p.m., at the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan. of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, will speak.
Forum Tuesday
Jewish Inquiry Forum, sponsored
by Beth El Academy, will meet
Tuesday evening in Yeshiva Hall.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will
discuss "The Case of Nazarene Re-
tried." Henry Weiss is general
chairman and moderator.
ieon Monday
ip n| Hadassah an-
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Candlelight Rites
Unite Miss Schrager
And Morton Ming
A candlelight, double ring cere-
mony in the Algiers hotel united
Sandra Schrager and Morton Lang
in marriage Nov. 27 Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated.
The bride la the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrager,
300 Meridian ave Miami Beach
She was attended by Roberta
Sugerman. maid ol honor. Nits
Lang, Joyce Chedroff, Mrs Ste-
phen Tokarski, Gladys Gewet* and
Joyce Schrager, lister ol the bride,
junior bridesmaid Roxanne To
karski was flower girl
Mr Lang's parents are Mr and
Mrs Moe Lang, 8811 Dickens ave
Surfside Herbert l.cvine WBS best
man.
Ushers were Don Kaplan. Barr)
Miss Harriet Maanatja
Brick man, Appel
Engagement Told
Four >ears ago in hiuh achool
Harriet Hnckman met Charles \|>
pel and now they're betrothed
She i- the daughter ol Mr and
Mr- Mel Krickman. 61 NW lOOth
st. who are announcing the cou-
ple- engagi n
She attended Miami Beach High
and Beth Israel Hospital school in
Nets York
Charles, son of Mr and Mrs Ma\
App< 1. 1830 Marseilles dr No)
mandy isle, has on,' rear of col
lege to complete R graduated
in in Miami Beach High attended
n L'niversit) ..-id i- noe a
Miami
(mil Linn Fiancee
Of I)r. Silverman
Mr and Mr- Midon l.mn. 5515
PiM Tree df., Miami Beach, an-
nounced Hie engagement of their
daughter, Gail Roads, "' i*oa
ard M Silverman at a cocktail
,,.i\ at their home last night.
Ml-- I Inn attended Miami B BCfa
I high -......1 '"<' *<" Braduated
|;om Cascadilla School. Ilhaca.
N Y
She will receive her BA degree
from the Universitj ol Miami in
August ol 1858 She i~ president of
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority
Di Silverman is the aon ol Mr
ami Mi-s ,i.,< k Silverman, 2m< t base
Miami Beach He received bil
KS degree Ironi the College ol Wil-
llam and Man and his Ml) faMB
Vale Univendty, school ol medi-
s
Birth
Recent births tn lhe
area mc:udf ,*
126,h *? ^
Mark ,\|;,n son of Mr a
Irwin I'ack. 1390 NE Jj*l
Mr
Kevin Frederic
Arthur I
Mr
Harbor dr

cine
lit- Is a member ol I'hi Beta Kap-
Mrs. Morton 1*119
Sugerman, Harvej Schweber and
Bob Gordon
\ formal dinner was served alter
the ceremon)
Mr and Mrs Lang will rest
780 NE l(ith st
Mr- Lanfj was graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at
tended the University ol Miami
Mr Lang attended schools in New
York and is the owner ot Whole
sale Kruit Juice Distributors
Klkins Announce
Barbara Jo's Troth
Miss Barbara Jo Elkin is the
fiancee ol Marvin F Schemmel,
Merion Pa
parents, Mr and Mrs Mas
Elkin. Royal York hotel, Miami
Susan Lapof to Wed
Her First 'Date'
Susan Carol l.apoi was intro-
duced to her fiance Marvin Shan
kin. in high school by his younger
sister, Sana best friend
Mar\in wa- her first date \ M
they're planning to be married Jan
1 in the evening at the Sterling.
hotel
Miss Lapof 1- the daughter of
Mr and Mrs David Lapof, 832*1
Crespl blvd., Miami Beach While
attending Miami Senior High, she
was a member of Quill and Scroll
and the Honor Council, the Flag
Miss tartars EHia
and Mt t'lemells Mull ull
Bounce the engagement
Tin bride-elect attended Beaver
Miss Gail Honda Linn
pa Phi Alpha social fraternity,
pa pre-id, :>t of Phi Delta Kpsi-
lon. medical fraternitj Presently
interning al Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital Dr Silverman will starl his
residency there in internal medi-
cine next July.
A spring wedding is planned.
Sponsors' Tea Slated
At Weitz Residence
A Sponsor's tea. to enroll new
Sponors of Israel, will be given by
Mrs Max Weitz in her home. 4201
Royal Palm ave on Thursday. Dec. I
'23. at 1.30 pm. according to Mrs
Monte Belig, Oreater Miami chair-
man of the Women's Division. Is-
Irael B4.11I-
Guesl speaker a* the tea will he
Mr- Alexander Sim-on. of the Na-
tional Board of Governors for Is-
rael B >nds and W-jm*n\ Division
>\ cutive committee Mrs Staaaon
1- also \.itional Hadasiah chair-
man f"r Bonds
1 hair man of Sponsors .. t Israel
for the Greater Miami area is Mrs
Anna Wolf Hirsrhman On the
Sponsor's tea rnmiarttrs are the
Mesdatanea S a m Blank. William
Miss Jee* I. Orlim
Orlins Announce
.hum's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs Harry B. Orlin, of
1910 SW 7th st announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Joan
Lois, to Jacob S. (Buddy) Kornman.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School and now
attends the University of Alabama
She is a member of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority
Mr Kornman is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Kornman. Nash
ville. Tenn He is now attending
the University of Alabama, where
he is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi and Chi Alpha Phi. honorary
statistics fraternitv.
The couple have not yet decided
on their wedding date.
Proceeds for Building Fund
Rabbi Abraham Herson. spirit
ual leader of Tifrreth Israel North-
side Center, will officiate at a
Chanuka party sponsored by the
congregation and Sisterhood on
Sunday evening.
Mrs Jacob Saul, chairman, will
be assisted by David Collins, Mar
shall Comis and Martin Weiss. Pro-
ceeds are for the building fund.
Mitchell Brent. *,[;
Mrs Harvej Hahn. 3920,
ave
''"r"' I*. nil
Mrs Abe Siskin. 8430 Harr
Darin Gerard. < ,
Mr- Henry Taub. 1725SW1
Judith Pave, daugl
Mrs [saiah Moyel, 1253 T>
dr.
Sarah w dauehtrr 0f
Mrs. Alvin Winder 125
In
Daughter ho'n to vr
Earl Kuben-trin on N
Son born tc Mr and
Klein on I>. c 1.
%m bom tn Mr and an.
Silver on Dec 3.
Dehra Ann. HaiiL'hter
Mrs Robert BrodsM
40th si
Ern-ssi Keith, hsj of
Mrs Ernest Kllcnbunj.
6tst st
Jeffrcv Dana. mafMj
Behiamin l.ihman. 1208
Kim Leslie dauchtrr of1
Mrs Max Koian. 637 Sg
Evan Elliott. son of Mr.
Jerome \t,,-.. 5685 SWIM]
Jam- Su-an dauehttrol
Mrs Frank Klein, 5841 SI,
Melvin I-awrence -n
Mrs Melvin Gold, 1875
Alice Brenda dau?hte
and Mi. ph GohajsH
SW 7th st
Celia Maxine rl.vigkta
and Mr- Frederick
sw 12th st
Michael Si itt, MM of
Mrs Merrill Taub. ISM
st
Steven Ellis. -n of
'Jack Stein 2370 SW
I Beth Linda dauehter of I
Mrs Lawrence Crnssma,
I NW 5th st
Kenneth Wayne. son }
1 Mrs. Max Goodman. 626*
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nrr.EMBER 17, 1954
L Ik-ldmuns to Mark Golden Wedding
fersary at Coral Gables on Dec. 28
L Mrs Morris Heldman, I their daughter and son-in-law Mr :
fol'(lcvcland. 0.. and[now and Mrs. Uonel (_'. ftosenbaum of
I. 500 16th St.. Miami I Albuquerque. New Mex., wj|| pn..
+[** nurktor,
PAGE 9 A
riU (ii. "". '........o.iu.-i. .maim
mniversary on Pec. 28th. | Beach, with an historic and rare
|receptin given by their Torah which they recently brought
' from Israel, i he dedication well
fat 500 .........----- -|-------i......." ..i.\. win prc-
rill celebrate thnr 50th | sent Temple Emanucl, Miami
...... T\ai> 911th I U......I, ...K .... u: .
uivei
i recept""
.,n,l son-in-law, Mr. and
u g Goldman, [h|V(| Coral Cables, from
L midnight.
L and relatives are mvit-
i,o formal invitations will
L| y\y, Heldman came to
in 1906. where he pion-
Ihe furniture business
|j to 1945 Mr Heldman
[active in many Jewish or-
i,., ||, was "ne of the
Kemben. of lli.stadrut in
|j .in,| ,,ne of the first
n| the Jewish Center
L the Park Synagogue.
Eg (heir 50th anniversary,
take place at the Temp!' on Dec
25. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating.
Coming to Florida for the cele-
bration will be their third daugh
ter and soninlaw. Mr and Mrs.
Meyer Ushkow, of New York, and
their ton, David, Also attending
will be their grand children and
great grandchildren, Mr and Mrs
Jacob R >M-n aum, of < leveland;
Mr. and M i !;, enbaum,
Eileen and >'>' Denver,
Colo.; Lillian and Arthur Rosen
baum. of Albuquerque; and Uene,
Phyllis and Judith Goldman, ol
Coral Cables
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Stephen Ma/off
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Stephen Maloff Bar
Mitzvah ;il Zamora
Services Saturday
Stephen Maloff, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Maloff. 6117 Riviera dr..
Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mltzvah during Saturday morning
services of Zamora Jewish Center.
Rabbi B. Leon BurwitZ Will of-
ficia'e and address the ennfirmand.
Stephen will respond, with Rev.
Rudolph Brill rendering the musi-
cal portions >>! the liturgy.
The Bar Mitzvah's father is one
of Ihe founder- of Zamora Jewish
Center and currently i- < enter
president.
Steph n attends Ponce dc Leon
Junior High School where he is
a member ol the hand.
Kiddu.-h will follow the cere-
mony, with Mr. and Mrs. Maloff
acting as host! in their son's honor.
10UCA7I0N PLUS RECKIATION
A WHOLESOME COMBINATION
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DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COtlEGE PREP
Member of American Schools and Colleges Association

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Heldman
Mr. and Mis Jerome Kimball. of
157 SE 12th st.. celebrated their
27th wedding anniversary with a
dinner at the Columbus hotel. Cele-
! brating with them was their son.
Sanford. recently admitted t<> the
University of Miami Medical
School. ir &
Dr. Samuel Gertman has just re-
turned from Tallahassee, where he
gave a paper on Present Day Con-
cepts of Geriatrics at the 19th an
nual meeting of the Florida Acad-
emy of Sciences, Florida State Uni-
versity.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wes*
ton. of Miami Beach, are entertain-
ing Dr. and Mrs. Irving Rosoff, of
New York. Dr. Rosoff is a well
known dentist and lecturer.
S Sgt. Julius Baida returned to
the United States after serving 18
months in Korea and Japan. Baida
is on leave in Miami and will be
at home at 5831 S\V 10th st. until
he reports back for duty in Cherry
Point, N.C. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Baida.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, of
160 SW 17th ct.. announce the birth
of thidr daughter. Mana. Dec. 9.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Chiel.
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'eul H. Suluk
fSjiluk Bar
Lili Saturday.
|M ird Saluk. son'of Mr.
George Saluk, 2255 SW
'. Mi.nni. will become Bar
during Saturday morning
lf lieth David Synagogue.
Is an eighth grade student
|ml'i;,h Junior High School.
' a member of the,
* I MJ attends Beth David
school,
OUl of-town guests at the
&' Will be the Bar Mitzvah's i
Nnts, Mr an(| Mrs A,.
I". "I Patterson, N.J. Also
| Mrs. Irvine. ci,..
i Sussman, Patter-1
' n Sunday afternoon at
f will be held in Paul's
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Better for Complexion Care!

fd Mrs. i.h.yd Gardner, or
19th st announce the
J their son. Lawrence
p' Doctors Hospital Dec. 7
T"ents are Mrs. Sally Gard-
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n" Miami Great grand-
Mrs. Esther Sonenblick.
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FRIDAY.
ggMlt,,
Israel Impressive, Rabbi Suys
Jewish Floridian Feature
Rabbi Irving Lehman, <>' Temple
Bmanu ki. i> bad from an eaten
tve tow through hraal Ha wni
accompanied by his wile on the
trip that had been proaintad to
him by the Temple Kmanu KI con-
gregation on the occaahw oi hi>
tenth year in their pulpit
The biggaet thing current
in on in la irding to the
Rabbi, ia buihlini "Wherever 1
vent." he saul. 1 was Impressed
by the tremendous strides bi
made Imhiatiiallj ivi \\.v Is to-
day a treat metropolis Since m\
List visit in Israel i\ the
amount ot expansion mplj
without measure "
Rabbi I ehrman i
perhaps the
inent lies in the m aratt r pro
Kut he added that these must be
bttill in SUCh a u.,\ ..- '
ider thi N I
a da] goea bj be said but tl
bonier incident I infiltra-
tion is recorded The w
is that the I
1 '. l'he
prot jst
II

The
durii
"He is tl
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return
them to the ,' u here
re most i (or upbuild-
He and Mrs I met
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-
Samuel Friedland (right. president of Temple Emanu-El. ac-
s on behalf of the congregation a silver Kiddush Cup from'
Rabbi living Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Temple. The
brought from Israel by Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman and
presented as a gift to the congregation. Presentation was made
Friday evening when the Rabbi returned to the pulpit for the
time since his trip abroad.
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Lrs Attend Social
[David Synagogue
i go .leven un.l twelve-
U and wrls participated
" Saturday
IfUt.
I jointly
''"ft ,ne
h Community
in MTi.-s of
ni. ,,. vitiej to be inau-
ivid.
[he committee in
ram w tlM
S hreideU, presi-
I evltU, Pearl
| Hugel, Ann Dras-
torenee HeroM.
L included the Mesdames
,., Schwartz, Sohreidell,
an-l Fi-hman
lol Attention to All
ISociol Function!
(OCEAN AT 67th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Loncd Centrally Heated
lows strictly observed
- POOL CABANAS
LtrJftiv* Kosher Dinners
eJ onidsf a distinctive
nosohi'rp of charm
and culture
vations Phono UN 6-8831
Sharet Chapter Names Mignon QaspnvHflad 1 _i
Sharct Chapter, ii'nai Brith, Kittv CrtT VfTl C\f\
Women, lutail,......n,,,, Sundil) Jt. ,., nftmP
.-.. R.,m.. ergeant
Wet.tr.....I the gave, overtop EriaT' 5 MareS^WiTn
"- r;:;:;,,i,.
dent, Sandra Urine, twuurer; B'rith Vouth Commksioner and
Giadyi Zammit, recording .acre- Mil Barbara Oreen, Dlstricl B
Southern regional president.
Wax FisherV
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TENTH ANNIVERSARY
at the
ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT
731 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
To acquaint the public with our delicious food
we offer our full-course dinners at
greatly reduced prices during the entire anniversary month
STAR RESTAURANT
NOW OPEN
DAIRY, VEGETARIAN & HSH
12 Yean Same Management
Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Also A la Carte
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Air Conditioned
OPENING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, AT 4 P.M.
MENDELSOHN'S
KOSHER RESTAURANT
ami CATERERS
at new location
151 COLLINS AVENGE
MIAMI HK.MII
Telephone 38-8! S3
TIDES
JIMIOCIAN AT 12th ST.
ANNOUNCING
THE PEOPENINO OF '
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OCt*'. FPONT
Strictly Kosher
Dining Roam
Friday, Dec. 17
- ) PUBLIC
IV* 'ONS
5-0701
OUR FAMOUS SIRLOIN STEAK $2.75
Hyman's Kosher Restaurant
"Serving the finest Home Cooked Meals"
Complete Dinners *m
1301 COUINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-4041
CATERING DIVISION
FOR All Slit PARTIES
R 0 S E D A L E
RESTAURANT
KOSHER STYLE COOKING
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
AIR CONDITIONED
FREE PARKING
170 N. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 9-7996
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OPENING WEDNESDAY
December 22nd at 4 p. m.
THE FLAMING KOSHER RESTAURANT
743 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF THE WELL ENOWN
Sonntag Kosher Caterers
Where the Hn.s, Mm* ill be Served at Reasonable Priee*
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-9952




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p .,.<> fPri-f*-*n
4
Serbin, Chaikin, Ackerman Named to
Form Business and Professional Group
Heraldin
in tIk- I9S i h v'
i
in this
. | onal Di-

Heii
[ J
I Leo A '*
'
- and Profi
I-

II i- virtui
tioi
Weinkle Will Head
Initial Gifts
Group
i w einklc former hi ad ol
Su| rmarkel cl
jc civic
has been named chairman
Ji wish Api" al h in..I
Di\ ision ng to .in ..11
i uuncemenl b; > J \ ch lirm i S
i Heiman
Weinkl.....led his comi
action .' once to plan thr
1 i i
the Foi
'I he initial
(tee wi .. bruncl
D al th s..p N< ici
li
\\ einkli ha bi n well know n in
. bi n. volenl acti\ it)

:\.'ii .,- presi-
Miami
N \l and > wn v. i
li wish i ommunit) i i n
dI the
nors of th Gi

; ion
u.
( ombii


erous
it ions
I the
Rifts Divisii ;
I'JA i i' '
"
-li c.i
; thi I ,..ii of
Ihi N
: 1953
;
Istand
Hi
Ol .1. ,v
ns ., n .1 v.
ol the i i i\.
in a
i'l> as tl hest, and
Drives
i he l: il ...i i ..;. i>i\ ision, preb
ably i be most imporl u
ml ill Itn-
. h \p| al, has been n tpon&ible
aising funds ..i thi li
r i vent
ii
and control in th:- tfivi
sibilit) mu I be
b;
S rbin mai inter-
ihions
nenl
will
ih Profes
:. Gl OUP
Hi play< d an ac
I
Mill. 'lull
. n il
. iirn m ol
the Manufw
Division last
yew fl<- hai also
ii 1.1 impoi
nitj < hest

. buildii ". i- a
member ol lh< I i lion board
i. and executive pom-
milt. I
Chaikin
Liquor Stores."
has i in .. prom
inenl campaign
i for man) j ears
and headed the
Liquor Division
in H'54 In the
l 5 5 campaign
he will be in
charge ol t h <
I and Related
Servici Group
He i- .. member
.. i F i e r a t i o n
nf "Weinkle's
Ackerman
cutive
1!.
Choihia
ch ic
nors
commit
man, insurance executh e
ind p i.. I. i r Miami resident,
will hi ad the Fi-
nance *ad invest
ments (I r o u (>.
Vckerman li..
been active in.
Fedei ition since
its inception in
1938 ;. n (I has
i i \ ed in mure
campaigns than
an) uther repn
-i ntath e of his
specific pr>
I
cultural pro-
ed ith the Univer-
served ..i.
>ards ..i man) ei i ii i
ii ati rnal i I ions
: will an-
r commit-
'' ips will Ih-
small, compact, -nt moving units
tion in an)
reaof 1

by Hi
The Business and P ns Di-
vision i- bla tor
it ball ol the I I \
qui '.. It I ,>,,. cted
quota 100.000 maj be
'' '" the forthcoming tampaign
f.ir the
Group
FRIDAY,
Twola^
1955 CJA DnT
i
heuftal
A new Combined Jewish Appeal chairman. Jack Corner (cen-
ter is congratulated by Carl Weinkle (right), lormer campaign
chairman and Federation president, and Sam J. Heiman. 1955
general chairman. Corner will head the Winter Residents
Division in the current drive.
Overflow Initial Cabinet Meet Greets
Heiman as Local Leaders Mobilize
\n overflow audience of Creator
Miami's community leaders greet
.I campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
th< first official meeting of
tin ombined Jewish Appeal Cam
i abinet held Thursda) at
paign structure featuring a cum
pletely revised approach in the
Btuineas and Professions Division
and expanded "miniature cam
p.ugns" in the outlying areas of
Hade County Heiman explained lo
address he called upon every mem
bi r ol the cabinet, as well as ovary
member of the community to join
forces in the one united campaign
to meet human needs in Miami
U s and In braal
Introduced to the group of 45
division ch in cam-
i- was Morris Lanjburgh,
aewl) appointed chairman of the
Hotel Dm ion who welcomed the
p to ;h" Si'.s Souci and
. uured ihe cabinet of his pat
tonal devotion to the big job ahead
Heiman outlined the new i ta>
the Sani Souci hoteL In a spirited 1 the top level canapaignan that up
wards of 2.500 volunteers would be
reojairad to adequa'-'.. roach po-
tential Rivers in ihe 16 municipal
it it's aiij.uent to Miami and Miami
i h
H also tarmad tha needs of
bund thousands of persons
in the v h .-! a gent m the
i-xti. i- I the hope
that public spfriteJ c titan here
"WOUid not '< t ihe.n stand alone in
this tine of crisis and tension
when those least able to care for
themselves are the first to be vic-
timized with ihe outi reak of dan
ger and violence "
\s lor larael itself.' Heiman
ted. "the new State is impor-
tant to all American-, to every
citiaan of tha Dee world"
ii- points I mJl that the United
| Jewish Appeal, major haaefJeiar)
of funds mllid through the local
i t.\ itarian pmuraiib for U >
and since IBM h ived and
a total ill 2M9J999 men. women
and children
In addition to the life a\ ma pro
ram overseas and in Israel, the
Combined Jewish Appeal benefits
\1 more thnn 40 natiot il religious,
cultural, civic defense, and educa
tional institutions, Heiman pointed
i |e emi hutted thai Gi
Its Eiinfldri
,iibt|
" I I
and I'i iifi bj D.-.u
in and Artie I
El i r.-tcin, pn
Beach realtor, w
il itioa plui
tail merchanti on
Thi- will include,
I
.
Beach :
. i incsQ
71st and .r.her
ping

..ilium "Bir
owner- ol the Vd
Women's Division
Meets Friday
v men's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal will hold
ol (heir Steering Conv
i i i.i> morning lu 80
a.m., at th Mi Jack A.
12 North Baj r,l
i hchair-
man >l the w i.nen'i Division, will
which has
po I v i Irving Lehr
: tion > .ii
11 in nod
ng Mrs. I ehr
ley < ..limit
' e n" ml ......(j
rdi ax-
'it.,
name Ihe Womi a Division i hair
'lth .-ek
?
Qf-i
M/.
ind Professions othi
i ii.1.1
1' m' \blin. the divi-
sion was responsible tor m
all nine high in solicitatici
W......i cami rs l.-d all
, bilit) to meating the proper i
I of !... tha yoong and
the fainil) Included m the all i n
I of the uaited
drive are eht vital Oeaatar Miami
. U l.eln i.n
i ,. ts.,-,. ituhhon thing The)
cant be dodged, disguised or evad
red Reiaaaa. In Greater
Miami the fact, we must face are
th) vital humanitarian needs ol
our people and our community
CJA hi the hard dollars and
ttrar to these ns ads ami il
is up to uj to meet the challenge
"ii **
A vote of confidence sras givan
i b) the rathilliaatir lunch
DOUp The 155 Campaign
Cabinet is comprised of the follow
ing Mrs Jack Ahlln. Leo Acker
man. Sidney An.sin, Sam Blank.
Daniel Broad, Shepard Broad. Jack
Carnar, I*o Chaikin. George Chert
kof, Ixo Eisenatein, Sam Fried
land. Charles Kruchtman. J
r Mrs Louia C.lasser. Louis
Goldman, Sam A QeMataia, Dr.
Morris Goodman, Lsaia Heiman.
Sam J Heiiiuni. Howard Kane
Aaron M Kaimer, Aaron Kravit/
A lie Kurman, Morns LeantMargh,
Sidney Ix-fcourt. Rabbi Irving
-1
*rtic
rhej s*J
I, an to ew
I'll.
Gnm
lurstta .
K. .-chains
"' ''
u... md *SS
rollng
.,.. Murkeft-
i ,
|..i planiual
vitz- RrouptJ
mi ruesdaj w
?Jkr?
Eisensteia ***
sited that taM
n Grestf]
,,i l|
cuiniiHinity
I ihe'
p#'
Top level Combined Jewish Appeal campaigners meet at the home of lack Corner Win
Residents chairman, to plan a fast-moving dr ive for funds in this division. Shown clockwise
left to right) are Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, director of Federation, David Phillips Carl Wein
Idst, Arnold Seeder, Corner. Sam J. Heiman. Sam esnick and Howard Kane
Lehrnian. Mr*. Irving Lehrman J r J.iktJ
Sam Laveaaan, Abraham Mailman, bert 1 S**
Baton de'llirsih Meyer. I I. Mint
zer. Jack Muravc-hick. Stanley C
Myers. Max OrovtU
Dr. Kurt Peiscr, David Phillips.

Jarob
SIvKhet *
Carl WeinkhJ


CECEMBERlTmS^
^J^biLfhrldHar?
PAGE 13 A
Residents
lan Picked
j,fr prominent builder
been mimed
|f the Combined Jewish
Her R' 1,n'- Division,
Minounecd by Sam J.
hairman.
been in Ihe construe-
years in the
and maintains
fcinRy N v Through-
,l. ... jnti r season, the
I,.:,. ,,; 6458 I'inHrce dr.
B gchii '> (I an enviable
(ommunity service, re-
philanthropy in his
ll,. js the founder and
fni ol Community Syna-
Ee, and is presently an
it president of this re-
Itution.
ri'n most active in the
riMon nf the United
(ral and the fund drive
Vnik Federation and
an important role in
hipaign for the United
[.New York
devard in Rye Is nam-
in hi- honor.
Uami area, he has con-
prticipate in many hu-
activities. He served
pr ol the building com-
Misihlr for construction
.Memorial Unit at the
|e for the Aged
nimbi r nt B'nai B'rith,
1 Anti Defama-
l many trade and
B assoi i it ions.
sion i- made up of
make their homes in
art of the year and en-
Uth-giving environment
^ndiil community," Car-
"These people derive
| cultural benefits from
local institutions and
Ipported by the Com-
hh Appeal. We have al-
responsibility towards
unity anil also towards
her national and over-
ts which need our help.
|dent our Winter Resi-
will meet their obliga-
ptly and generously in
Combined Jewish Ap-
*abbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Rabbi Swirsky Guest Speaker
At Downtown Synagogue
Annual installation banquet of
the officers of Downtown Syna-
gogue will be held Sunday night,
Dec. 19, at 7 p.m.. in the Bloom
berg Hall.
. Julius Sapero will be installed as
president. Also to assume office
are vice presidents Abe Karat/,
Charles Klein and Morris Posner;
treasurerJoseph Swartz: record-
ing secretaryBenjamin Agronov;
financial secretary Louis Maskin;
educational and entertainmenl
chairmanI. Berliner.
Rabbi Arie Becker, spiritual
leader, will be Installing officer,
and Rabbi Samuel Krolowiti will
render the benediction.
Guest speaker will be Beth F.I
spiritual leader Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky, who will speak on "Oil for
the Lamps of Chanuka." Cantor
Fishel Lutman will render a musi-
cal program.
: Unveiling
cation of a monument
lor) o| the late Morris
Irmerly of 2513 SW 27th
kke place Sunday, Dec.
Jt Ml Sinai Memorial
pry, with Rabbi Simon
Siting. Mr. Ofsowitz is
his wife and one son,
trrangements are in
lThurmond Monument
friends and relatives are
Itend
Scherer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late William
Scherer. formerly of 2185 SW 10th
st., will take place Sunday, Dec.
19, 3 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial
Park Cemetery. With Rabbi Alfred
Waxman officiating. Mr. Scherer is
survived by his wife, Dorothy;
three sons, Joseph. Fred and Sam-
uel; one brother, Joseph, of New
York; and one sister, Mrs. Sarah
Siegel, Miami. Arrangements are
in charge of Thurmond Monument
Company. Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
Rabbi Caplan, Liebman
On ]NF Proaram
Feoiiv.,1 of Chanuka wilt be
ated bj the Jewish National
Fund Council ol Greater Miami
with a radio program on Sunday
Dec in
Rabbi Jonah E Kaplan, spiritual
leader of Knesseth Israel Coi
will deliver a Cha
Leibman, son
cmour Li. bman
student at the t niver
lI "'" who spi ;.i three years in
1
from the Herzlia Gymna ium in
iel Aviv will ..
Pr igra n h i; be< n arranged by
Samuel Prosterman, radio chair-
:" "i Council, and will be di
rected by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
president ol the JNF Council of
Greater Miami over WMBM be
'wen li! and 2 p m
Young Adult Council
Has Officer Election
Permanent officers of the Young
Adult Jewish Council ol South
I la were elected at the Coun-
cil'- last meeting.
N imed were Bernard Jaffe, pres
ident; Fred Berlowe, vice presi
d< nl: Doris Rabinowitz, corre-
sponding secretary; Ruth Dixon,
recording secretary; Elaine Sen-
wartzman, treasurer; .lack Dickson,
parliamentarian
The Council is sponsored and
staffed by the Greater Miami Jew-
j ish Community (enter. Leonard
I Romne) is staff advisor,
1 Basketball Back
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
I nity Center, Town Branch, opens its
seventh annual eight-team basket-
ball intramurals on its gymnasium
floor with an opening practice
clash between the Center's two new
boys' teenage extension clubs,
North Dade Jewish Center and
Coral Cables Jewish Center, on
Monday evening. Dec. 27.
Card Party Wednesday
LEGAL NOTICE
Cardffiatlv will htilrlil lw f Viral IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
nfraffli ELEVENTH judicial circuit o
uwoti iwn.i r rin on COUNTY_ 1N CHANCERY. No. 1747'
Wednesday evening, Dec. 22, 8
p.m., at 320 Palermo ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
E
OF
e
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 17474'
HELEN MARIE i:< -BE, i-iaim.ii.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
K'K is 1IEREHY niVEN tl at I tl I
I'd, di i i
1 j Hi. under the fictitious naim of
KIM, H TOYS, ;ii 12953 N W. Till Ave .
! la, Intel
i n.i me a Ith the li i
.i mi. i 'ounl v, j>'l
LEO KK'HUKKi;
' AKI.YN EICHBERU
BERNARD lll'TNBR
Mo. ii. u.i King's Toj .i
i Hid III.....I, Florida
1-31 l ",
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ROBERT MBLVIN ROSE, Defem
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I i i HI IKERT MELVIN Rl 'Si:,
.. \ tl i I lospltal,
I', i sonnel l'' |.. i inii nl,
I'. Mo., California.
ym ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
i .f < omplalnt for l !.-
filed asafnal ou, and
id s.-i \,- .i i upj "'"
..I Pleading tn the Bill r
'.....plaint mi il"- Plaintiff's Attoi m
H ISLAIH BO! ii, 1*07 Blda .
I rida, :i ii i file the 01 I
in Hi.- office "f the Clerk "t the '
cull i ..i.i i "ii or before the 7iii d
.i.iim. 11 I9S5, en deci I.- i.......
.. i in hi. red .i-ii Inat > ou,
i d Mi.- Ith da) of I
i'i".i.
B. I! LEATHERMAN,
;. 11, of ii.. i 'ii. 'in i '"ii -
By .il. i'. (1REEN,
itj Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'" undi i ; .. .1 di Irlng i.....case In
1 ii.- : -ii louv name of
MASTER* FABRICS AND INTER-
|i IRS, , '.....glster paid name with the clera
of ih. rh,uii courl "f l>niii- County,
Kl. i l.Li
JOSEPH MAHTERH, Sole Ownei
HAROLD STRCMPF
Mini in \ for Aupl
Sc .i...i.i Uldg
12 17-1' I -::i I ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBY ni\ EN that
undi'i .-inii. deairlna li enstasi In
; -Hi- i in ler i'.- fictitloUH name of
M. s s i:i.K HERVII "E l-AI'NDER-
ivitk. hi :,"i G, Ninth Htreet. HWileah,
i. Intenda to reg I name
n ii1! the "lei k of t},.- Cli ill Court
f Dade Count Ida,
II A A.P., INC., ii Klin II
Bole < la in i-
I REDBRICK N, BARAD
Vttoi in" for i; \ \ f INC.,
., rtoila.i ."I,.".niiiiii
12 l7-.'i-::i 1/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ngace In
buslneas under the fictitious name ..f
TRAIL IM'U MART, at 55S5-S7 B.W.
sih si Miami, Intend to retrlater said
name with tin- Clerk of tna Circuit
Courl of ilade lounty, I'lmida.
A I. Si IBEL
Mii.na p. SOBBL
12 10-17-21-31
. _DGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30486
In It.-. ESTATE <>V
MAl'DE H, in itcKlt. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claim* or Demands Againal
Estate:
v...i. gnd each "f you are hereby
notified and requlrad t" preaent any
claims and demandj which you, or
either "f you, may have against the
estate t MAUDE s Bt'RUBR, di -
. eased late of i 'ioIi- County, Florida
to Hi.- iiniiiiiiiiili' County Judge*
11.uii- County, and fli.- the tan
ih, i offl ea in ih,- Count) Courthouse
,n i lade count). Florida, within
calendar months from the o*t "f the
in.i publication hereof. Said claims o
demanda i" contain u' legal address
of On claimant and i" be sworn i" and
preaented .is s foi eaaid, m n me w\
be barred. Sea Section 711.11 of the
I'll'. I'l iili.it.' A. I.
I late November 17. A.D
s THKI.MA M BCRNH
As Executrix of tl' Lai W
nnrt Teatament "f
. MAUDE S. BURGER,
l.... ased.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Attorney for Executrix
ll 2S 12/1 10-17
mh Fetes Chanuka
celebration will be held
>anch Saturday evening
H Hungarian restaurant.
Jk will be Dr. I. Unter-
h I-1 here. Max Astor,
[an, B. Minenberg and
Beryl Morrison will
fieller Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Carol
Joyce Heller, formerly of 1745 Car-
tall dr., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. Dec. 19, 12:30 p.m..
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiating. Carol
Joyce is survived by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Heller, and
a sister, Mrs. Terry Cracgcr, of New
York. Carol Joyce was an accom-
plished musician. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
mst warns
TO 411

W. A. GLASS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL BASKET CO. (Not Inc.),
nt SIS N.W. 12nd Ave., intenda t" reg-
ister said name iili ili<- i'li-rk of the
ill coui t of Bade County, Plot Ida.
SIDNEY MARKS
K ESS LER & (IARS
vtti.i n. \ s for Applicant
I7S2 W Plagler Bt,
13 l7-:'i-::i 1/7
GREETINGS TO ALL
INSSS GARMENT CO. INC.
[Marl Blag.. 127 N. W. 2nd St. Miami
TO ALL GRliTINCS
FISCHER'S RADIO &
TELEVISION SERVICE
We Repair All Mokes of
Radios and Television
CAU MO 7-5711
2093 S.W. 67th AVNUE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned; deairing i" engage In
i.iisin.s- under tin- fictitious name "i
MODERN IRON WORKK, at :i.ll
N.W. Mth Street, Miami, l-'la Intenda
... reglstei *.i.'1 name with the Clark
nf the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
Klorlda,
SOL SILVERSTEIN, Sole Owner
SHELDON lU'l'.I.KH
ah.,i in \ f.n Applicant
i:,U Security Uldg.
il' i7-:'l-ni 1^_______^^______________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HBREBY illVKN that
the undersigned, rlc-lrlng t enuaKe In
!. Riness under the fictitious aame of
lllT/.l 'il' MIAMI BEACH, at 1181
Washington Avenue, .Miami Beach, In-
,,,is to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court <( l.ade
COUntyi '"'"'tll.l.VAN WIXII-..L
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
i:'ii Lincoln Road
13 17-24-31 1/7______________
THE
UDLEY CAWTHON, INC.
Sales Service
. Visit Our New Homo
a Mill tefriaeroiors oag
Market Fixtures
Puffer Hubba.d Reach Ins
Bulmen Steel Shelving
Biro rower Saw*
24 HOUR SMV1C
ST0 PUNNIHG MGIHMS
ill
^SES--COOLERS
'ORE FIXTURES.
N.W. 22nd St. Ph. 82-1671
TO ALL .
SIAS0NS GRUTINCS
Phone 7-3022
M. R. L0VELAND
R00FIN0 CONTRACTOR
140 N.E. 75th STRUT
GliniNSS
BUYAMA
REFRIGERATION CO.
SALiS and SERVKl
Household Appliances Repairs
1C4S N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 78-7850
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 31887-B
RB: H8TATB <>E .
UII.1.1 AM Si'HERER. Pimi'SsiiI
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed inv final report and petition f."
Final liisrharge hs Executor of tii
.state of WILLIAM BCHEREB, d. -
,,iimiI. and Hint on the HMh day of
January. IMS, t win uppiy tna i'""
urnble FRANK It DOWLlNO, County
.lu of Hii'li- County. Horidn. for
spprovHl of said final report and for
final dim-Marge as Executor of III.-
Batate ol WII.1.1A.M BCHBRBR, de-
i-eaHod. ....
Tins 10th day nf November. If-.I.
// FRED BCHBRBR, Executor
MTBRS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorney! h>r Batecutor
.,," Seybold uldg.. Miami, Pm.
II 10-17-84-81__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBY QIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
MODERN CLEANERS LAUNDRY
at 712 N.B. Ind Ave., Miami. Intend
I., reglstei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of i>a *""""'" JACK I-VNNK
M \\ RUTHFIELD
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for AppUcanta
120 Lincoln Rd.
r-' i"-i;-ui-:u________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
ill, undersigned, deairing to engage In
business under the fictitious name "i
M VRTIN'S BHOBH, at 1350 N.B. IMrd
st North Miami Beach, Ha., intends
ti, register aald name with the i lerK
nf tin Circuit Court of Dade County.
MARTIN I. LEBENSART, Bola Own. r
.\i.LEN H STKLAR
Attorne> t"i Applicant
.i'iss Abbott Am.. Miami ln-a. li
12 /n-u-si li 7______________-------------
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174897
ai.i.an W. JOHNSON, Plantlft,
EVELYN JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T> i EVELYN JOHNSON
. \ Riatey
"i;... Noi tli IJth Street
Phlladelphl i IS, Penna. ___ ,
V. .I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
ill.- your Anawer i" the Complain! ro
. with the Clerk of the aboi
,,.......I Courl and rve a copy then ot
..1 .... IRWIN s tlABS, Attorn,
plaintiff, 1782 Weal Flaaier mi-. .
Miami, Florida, ....." before tni
da of Januai >. 1055.
I la ted: December I". 1984,
E ii LEATHERMAN,
cierk of ihe Circuit
Bj WH. W. STOCKING
.. ... .,, seal) Deputi ci. rk
I2/17-24-3I hj_______________________.
GRltTINGS TO ALL
JOHN MORRIS
TRUCKING SERVICE
NORTH AMlRfCAN VAN UNES
26 N.E. 7fh STRUT
Phone 3-2559
TO All GRKTINSS
STYLON
off
MIAMI
545 N.W. 54th STRUT
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 84-3809
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32364-A
i;|-: ESTATE OF
BAMVEL S. SII.VKKMAN,
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I hay.
filed my final report and petltli
|.,ii,il DlBcharge aa AdnilnUtratrtx i.i
the eateta of BAMCBL B. mi.\ ER-
\i vn deceased; and thai on thai avth
da, of January, IW8. i iu apply to
the Honorable County Judges of laid.
Counts 1-lorlda, for approval ol .....
final report and for final dlsehnrge as
Administratrix of the Eatai
SI AM I II. S SII.VKKMAN. deci
BARA 81LVERMAN
MYERS, HBIMAN .V- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Admlnlatratrl*
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FRIDAY, D]
Tag Day Campaign will be held by the Jewish National Fund
Council here Saturday evening and Sunday, Dec. 25 and 26.
Some 100 representatives of local Zionist groups will partici-
pate in the Miami Beach campaign. Shown first row (left to
right) are Milton Miller, treasurer; Mis. Jack Davis, Tag Day
co-chairman; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, president; Daniel
Broad. Tag Day co-chairman and vice president. Second row
are Sam Schachno, financial secretary; and the Mesdames
Miriam Press, Lena Mintzer and Henry Seitlin. Third row are
the Mesdames Rose Lustig, Minna Bauer, Jennie Fox and G.
Rosenstein. Fourth row are the Mesdames Sadie Rosch, Rose
Marcus. Fay Schiff and Sophie Seeman. Fifth row are the
Mesdames Edna Selis, Bessie Rosenberg and Ida Jacobs.
Sixth row are the Mesdames Ida Horowitz, Miriam Wolfman.
Malka Shklair and Esther Yafie. Seventh row are Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Ettinger.
SCHOOL HUMAN RELATIONS PROGRAM: As part of the
Anti-Defamation League committee of the North Dade Chapter
of B'nai B'rith, book covers depicting the four chaplains who
heroically gave their lives are being presented to students of
Van E. Blanto Elementary School. Left to right are Mrs. Charles
Minesar, ADL chairman, B'nai B'rith Women. North Dade
Chapter; Mrs. Martha Morgan, president North Dade Chapter;
Dolores Acosta, student at Van E. Blanton; and Ellis M. Blan-
ton. principal. Not shown on the ADL committee are Mrs. Jack
August, co-chairman. Mrs. Frank Brandt, Mrs. Harold Fried-
man and Mrs. Harold Firtig.
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Through this archway of orchids came the model* for the fash-
ion show during the dessert luncheon sponsored by the Sister-
hood of Temple Emanu-El in honor of its new members and
life members. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Kanter,
luncheon chairman, Mrs Irving Cypen. president of the Sister-
hood, Mrs. Louis Pollack, new member, and Mrs. Samuel
Weisen, life member.
Alexander S. Gordon, of 2404
North Meridian ave., has
been elected president of the
Miami Beach Bar Association
and will be formally installed
in January with other officers
and board of directors of the
association. Walter C. Kov-
ner was elected first vice
president. Herbert S. Shapiro
is second vice president. Oth-
ers are Gerald J. Klein, secre-
tary, and Albert H. Saper-
stein, treasurer. Elected for
three years to the board of
directors were A. Bud Cutler,
Stanley B. Richards and
Mark Silverstein.
Richard B. Harris is back
from Korea after servinq 18
months with the 519th Mili-
tary Police. Harris attended
Miami schools and is a grad-
uate of Tech High. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Harris. 2330 SW 13th st.
Teddy I. Sokolsky. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky,
4301 Adams ave., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Dec. 18, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate.
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Mrs. Alfred Stone, Tamara Chapter president a
ing over tickets for a Chanuka show to Mrs I
Mrs. Charles Turk and Mrs. Israel Yulish. Funcfa"
the Blackstone hotel Sunday evening. Dec. 19
for Youth Aliyah. Program chairman is Mn.
Gross.
|j
Miss Dvorah Rothbard, Zion-
ist leader, has been appoint-
ed as national director of Pi-
oneer Women's bond cam-
paign. A national head of
Pioneer Women, Miss Roth-
bard is a member of the Zion-
ist Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Movement.
She was the fust delegate of
Pioneer Women to its sister
organization in Israel. Moet-
zet Hapoalot, in April, 1948.
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Shaking hands with winner of the Hurricanes AZA <
contest, Al Capp (left), is Don Miller, president.
(left to right) Miss Caroline Drummond, of Miami 5eoa|
School, judge; Sam Leder. who placed third; and Ma
zin. president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Glaser, who placed second, is not shown.
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Rabbi Louis A. Cassel (left), spiritual leader af T
Miami Beach, and Nat Pollack (right), executirttf
over blueprints of work being completed on theM
Temple dedicatory ceremonies will take plac*
1955.
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home fon MtD
MICATES NiW WING
IhJeMiJEIloipidi3Hi
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1954
$300,000 ADDITION
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
SECTION B

ick Ablin Memorial Ceremonies Scheduled Sunday
[ader's Trasic Death
[comes Monument
r Living Aged
,1 was the tragic death of a >
kjV., Hi community leader will j
|d Sundaj. Dec. 19. as a living
Enent "' his memory and an
kg! reminder of his interest
It welfare of the aged.
It about two years ago. when
|er Miami was saddened by the |
death of Jack Ablin, Baron
Ijr-ch Meyer immediately de-
|necl that the institutional
of Jewish aged here and
note for a great communal
b- -hould be fused into the
Memorial the first unit
haster building plan to house
kirk and incapacitated and to ;
|d( rehabilitation facilities
(Miami's Jewish Home for the
bas never had.
kid Phillips and Col. Jacob
l\ close and long time friends
|e late Mr Ablin. became im-
with this dream, for they
intimately aware of Jack Ab-
(inten.se interest in. and great
the aged at the BMZ
in (huago. as well as at the
|er Miami Home.
Ablin gave her consent, and
(dent Alx' Kurman immediate-
et in motion the board and
pary to bring into reality the
Memorial. But the Ablin Me-
al was to be achieved within
framework of a policy laid
by the board a year ago:
Home would engage in capi-
^cpension only with the ap-
of its parent body, the
ler Miami Jewish Federation,
lafter a master architectural
had been jointly developed
j Federation.
[accordance with this policy,
Pome Federation building corn-
was organized, with S. I.
It>aum and Stanley Myers as co-
fr.tn In addition, a campaign
Uttee with Col. Arvey. Baron
|irsch Meyer and Dave Phillips
Khairmen was set up. The
representatives on the joint'
|irg committee were Mrs. Ab-
)r Samuel Gertman, M. J. Ko-
Itz. Abe Kurman, Mr. and
lEaron de Hirsch Meyer, David
Tip-- and Harold B. Spaet. In
lion to Myers, other Federa-
Jrtpresentatives were Emil J.
J. Dr. Kurt Peiser, Sam Res
Continued on Pg 2 B
Mrs. Fay Ablin views oil portrait of her husba nd, Jack A. Ablin. which hangs in the lobby of
the new Ablin Memorial Wing of the Jewish Home for the Aged and in whose memory the
wing has been named. ^
Program Adds to Assistance of Aged
'Living Memorial' Procedure Revealed; Wing
Areas to be Inscribed in Permanent Dedication
Professional and lay leaders, ac-
tive in the programs of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, announced on
the eve of the dedication of the Ab-
lin Memorial Wing that departed
members of a family may be re-
membered through the program of
"Living Memorials" recently estab-
lished by the Home.
"Living Memorials bring care
and health, life and happiness to
the aged." officials stressed. "They
perpetuate the name of a departed
family member, a friendor even
of a living donor himselfby de-
dicating a part of the Home for
continuous service to those in
need."
According to the officials, the
Living Memorial incorporates a Entrance Lobby, Library. Dining
three-fold purpose by enabling the Room. Physical Therapy Room,
Home to render much needed serv-1 Re()room, Executive Director's Of-
ices to the aged, by acting as a
source of satisfaction to the donor
and by marking a part of the Home
which may be dedicated in honor
of those now living or in memory
of those who have passed away.
Dedication is marked by an in-
scribed tablet, and the new Ablin
unit may be memorialized through-
out by subscription to the estimat-
ed cost of each area or depart-
ment.
Living Memorials in the new Ab-
lin Wing may be dedicated as fol-
low--
fice. Clerical Office, Serving Pan-
try, Nurses Station, Pharmacy,
Linen Room, Utility Room and
Storage Room.
Persons contributing $500 to $3,-
000 will have their names inscribed
on a beautiful bronze plaque.
Unit is First in Master
Plan Dei ign ed to
Expand Jewish Home
Master plan for the Jewish Home
for the Aged and the Jack Ablin
Memorial, which will be its first
unit, was developed by the firm
of Loewenberg and Loewenberg,
Chicago architects, with Irvin Ko-
rach. Miami as associate architect.
Henry J. Nelson was the me-
chanical engineer, Alfred Oboler,
structural engineer; and Robert L.
Turchin, Inc.. general contractor.
Aim of the architects was to
provide the finest facilities for
residents of the Home. The com-
pleted master plan will accommo-
date 175 residents.
The Ablin Memorial faces NE
52nd St., between 1st and 2nd aves.
It will be connected by a closed
ramp to the existing main dining
room and kitchen building. The
floor plan is in the shape of a
chevron which permits the proper
orientation of the rooms and other
spaces.
The service wing will run to the
west and the living section to the
east. The entire building will be
centrally air conditioned and heat-
ed. Since a good portion of the Ab-
lin Building is devoted to service
and public space large enough to
serve when the other two floors
are added, it will have 23 rooms ac-
commodating 42 persons. There are
double bedrooms and 4 singles.
Each room has either private or
semi-private toilet facilities.
According to Home officials, the
unit will contain completely equip-
ped physical and occupational
therapy rooms, medical center, ad-
ministration offices, linen, air con-
ditioning and storage rooms. A
small dining room and serving pan-
try will occupy the service wing.
For private study and reading,
a separate library and sitting room
will be located opposite the en-
trance lobby. Each sleeping room
will have an exterior door opening
into an exterior, protected terrace.
There will be no steps throughout
the structure. In order to insure
the maximum safey for residents,
the structure will be of fireproof
construction and equipped with
Persons contributing $50 to $500 springier system, auxiliary power,
will have their names inscribed on i safety hand rails and audiovisual
a permanent Golden Book. 'call system.
*%
en Berliner, of the Jew-
fome for the Aged. i
tiing to walk again with
laid of parallel ben con-
feted by the maintenance
.of the Home.
A Message from the President of the
Jewish Home for the Aged
By ABE KURMAN
iarv membership and residents.
wry. mtm w appreciation for your interest.
We salute you and g^^J* ?, have made possible the
j devotion ^^JSJSffSL for the Aged, which will be
, Ablin Memorial Unit of he m and nobIe in purpose.
5MT.'JE K ,ho,e who w, be admitted
after the dedication. ^ ^ Fpdera.
We salute V'^ ,ncies 1 j,wish Social Service Bureau,
tion, and its other bef'cla?./m7jewish Community Center. Bureau of
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Greater M m. ^ ^ Women _
s^ps*?^,he deve,opment of pro8rams
H0me ., ... you to attend the dedication ceremonies
We cordiallymv, e all of youjo^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^
at Douglas Gardens, iou r..^-
IP, J:30 p.m.
Women leaders who have played an outstanding role in the
development of the new Ablin Memorial Wing are (left to
right) Mrs. Sol Silverman and Mrs. David Phillipa. of the
Home's Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sam Resnick who, with
Mr. Resnick, supervised all landscaping for the .new building.


PAGE 2 B
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Unit First
In Master
Plan Here
Continued from Page 1 B
nick. Isidore B Simkowitx, Dr B
in B Rosenberg and Mai C
i itn
In addition to (request, meetings
during the Boring and -ummer oi
IS, the |oinJ committee conduct-
ed a studs and lurvej of aged in-
stitutional need* in the Great) i v'
,imi and culminated its work bj
emploj ment of I. S I oewen
in rw. ol < hi. rchited and
Irvin Korach, Miami as associate
architect Mr Loewenberg ami In-
structed to design a master archi-
ll in broad outline*,
v ilh the Ahlin Memorial U the
s< unit of the master plan
The work oi the joint committee
and designs oi Mr Loewenberg
were presented and discussed fully
the executive committee of Fed
i ratioi which approved a capital
tund campaign of S300.000. during
the month oi November, 1953
In December. 1953. the Joint
committee was dissolved, and Kur-
man appointed the Ahlin building
committee to work with the archi-
lects "n the final plans and con-
struction of the Memorial This
committee vraa also headed bj s
I Bembaum with Jack Carrier a-
chairman of the steering commit-
Ii ,
other mfmncr> were Sidney An
-in. Daniel M Broad, Ben Fleeman.
!>r. Samuel GertnuUt, Leon Jacob-.
M J Kopelowitt, Abe Kurman.
rney Lee Baron de Hir-ch Mey-
er. A J Paul and David Phillips
The Federation representatives
this committee ..re Kmil QouM,
am Kesmck and Mas I Gettinger
:i ii recent report to the Home's
lafd, S 1 Bembaum revealed that
Ms ami ""the finest building com-
ittee in the history of the Jewish
mmunity" and praised Federa-
>n representatives highly '"for
leir invaluable guidance, counsel
d general helpfulness Accord-
Zuilding Committee Chairman
Offers Dedication Greetings
Serving a- chairman of the Ahlin
Memorial Building Committee was
he most satisfying and worthwhile
Kperiei ce I I had We
earned boa la work together and
a plan tor the future We
arned the meaning and valui
our m Jewisl
work j"intl> with
Iber member
family
The Ablin Memorial i- now coas-
ted and res Ij for occupanej b>
-ick and incapaCi!.,'
'ami
mmunit) will consider it j.
do. the finest institutional facility
tor the aged in the South
S I. Bembaum. Chairman
Ablin Memorial Building
Committee
r raroAJf.DEcr^^
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Par'al view ol the front of the new fibln Memorial "! r h' oi the lobby en.rance are sleeping rooms lor 42 sick and incap^
ed aged. Left is the administrative nrd rw w -'- Sleeping rooms have a door to a central corridor, as wall as m
door leading to a terrace with a -ivi.o ever: ring.
an
did a com
mittee work nore eooperal
more devotedly, more loyally or
more intalHgwi
Final plans were appn>ved by the
steering committee on February
26. and on April 16. sealed bids
were opened and the contracts
awarded to lowest bidder-
Preliminaries to actual construe
tion and the conclus-ion to the cam-
m i
. Dou
It. whit h some
i MO !> n- ..!. n le l Arm il
construction began the la>1 week In
April agfl ik i co nole*ed
in V rctf : IfM During the I
course of construction, leaden ofl
th* community and experts in con
struction have visited l>ouglas Gar
din- again and agaifl to note the
eria
progress of the Ablin Memorial. our Greater Miami Jewuiiu
In his final report to the board tion and ho to work
of directors, Bornbaum concluded
with these words "Not only has
it been an honor and a real privi-
lege to serve on-this committee,
hut a tremendously worthwhile ex
penence We have learned how to
work together We have learned
how to plan for the future We have
learned the meaning and value of
it and the other member i
in it. We have truly nnt\
For all this, 1 express^
tion to President Kurnua,"
of you. and for all of you,
-e!f to the members of the I
committee who worked*)
the aged, the tiomeandtatj
community
REVEALING STATISTICS ON AGED
I
Requirements for AcWsshn
To Jewish Home are Explain*^
The Jewish Home for the Aged need of the protective environment
of GfMter Miami operates accord provided by the Home
ing to the principle that elderly I If the committee feels on the
persons can lead full and produc- basis of medical, social and psycho-
tive Ine- within an atmosphere j logical factors--that the applicant
gearvd for their specific needs and'can continue to live in the gao-
that those falling within certain eral community, the applicant may-
chronological groupings beyond the
tenerally recognized time for re-
tirement must not cease suddenly
from engaging in the productive
programs that have taken up most
of their years." Home officials
stressed on the eve of the dedica-
tion of the new Ablin Memorial
wing
According to specialists in the
field of geriatricsstudents in re-
request help from the Jewish So-
cial Service Bureau in developing
alternative plans
The admissions committee, com-
prised of 14 board memberswith
the social worker physician, head
nurse and executive director act-
ing as professional consultants
j decides on admissions. The social
I worker and physician prepare a
social and medical history on the
search of the agedsuch cessation \ applicant, and after elimination of
would he detrimental to the health
of these persons In this regard the
Jewish Home for the Aged aims to
provide medical, therapeutic and
occupational facilities which are
deemed best fitting for the physi-
cal and psychic health of it- resi-
dents
in explaining thi- Dota-
tion, have again >et down the re-
quirement- for admis-ion to the
Persona who have been per
all names and financial data from
this history, it is sent to the ad-
missions committee. The elimina-
tion of names and financial data
aids in rendering an objective de-
cision by the committee based on
the applicant's need for institu-
tional care
Applicant* with little or no fi-
nancial resources and needing such
institutional care are given admis-
-ion pnorority children and other
Typical double bedroom. The new unit has been speaolfl
designed and equipped to house sick and incapacitated odh|
Features in all sLeping rooms are portable telephone jail
individual radio tuner and pillow speaker hooked intoooj
tral radio system, communicating system between iei
and nurses' station and individual controls tor cental il
conditioning and heating. Building is of hre-proof coo|
tion, with a sprinkler system throuahout.
pare with local statistics on the
aged in Miami, and throughout the
nation, may be determined by the
following:
I Greater Miami close relative- have the primary Ii
cutiv.- months
immc
application, and who are 65
_ are eligible |
pl>. n nomic
status It i qualification-
are met. the fundamental criterion
for approval of an application is
the judgment of the admiions
committee that the applicant is in
nancial responsibility of maintain-
ing in the Home residents who can
not do this themselves The amount
to be contributed by relatives is
determined by their financial abil-
ity
Greater Miami's Jewish Home
for the Aged now has 60 residents
The new Ablin Memorial Wing will
provide facilities for an additional
25 or 30 How these figures com-
Ablin Memorial building eteering committee are (seated, left to right) Ben Fleeman M. 1
l0H7nA KU^T ,ankCarnern^lSoJ;,Be"r^Uni .StaQdlna <**t o right) are Baron
de Hirach Meyer. Sidney D. Ansin. David Phuupe. Daniel M. Broad and Sam Resnick Miss-
ing are Barney B. Lee, A. J. Paul and Leon Jacobe. ^^
With respect to the local Jew
ish population, the only avail
'able figure is the one ascertained
by the Jewish Federation, which
estimates that 6 1 percent of the
total Jewish population of 35.000
' in Dade County in 194? was 65
and over
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Both in 1940 and 1950. Dade
County ranked first among the
counties of the state in its total
population, as well as is in the
number of persons 65 and over.

Betwen 1940 and 1950. while
the annual rate of increase of the
general population in Dade Coun-
ty was 8 5 percent, that of the 65
and over group was 12 percent

In 1950. Florida ranked 20th
among the states in total popula-
tion, but it ranked 13th among
the states in the number of per-
Jsons 65 and over

Between 1940 and 1950. the
number of persons 65 and over
in the I'nited States increased by
36.6 percent; in the State of Flor-
ida the increase amounted to 80.9
percent, in Dade County the in
crease rose to 119 percent, the
highest increase of any county
in the country
a a a
lit 1950. the United States had
42.000.000 persons over 49 years
of age. and 18.000.000 over 65.
of the Department of
and Psychiatry at the Us
Virginia's School of MedwaU
cently stated at a confenH]
the problems of the aged I
continuing IH*"1
the ageing will eventually I
baneful effect upon the(
went on to -ay Older I
forced to retire art uniaM
reemploy m nt. and there at
dene) to force them intoi
idleness, a feeling of
and dependency 'ThenyB
to look on approaching'1
with fear of unhappmettj
ne-s and despair, A m
happy old age depended I
social and emotional atul
well as physical well *m
economic security."
Resident$ rVelce*** **]
Addition to lewhi **
The long awaited ds**'
To the resdeabjl
,. .. red letter *g
arrived.
Home, it .
hopes are being rea U^Jj
iTs a wonderful fed**
a baby grow up from
maturity So have we
|,n Memorial being ^
s*f
.fen*!
ground up. and to "no**1
teas for the welfare
of the sick and help*
derfaf
Dr. David C. Wilson, chairman
We hope tne prop**
bring about this wona
men, will be blessed-**
carry on the ** '
to carry on
have suited
Mrs. Anna
Was*-*-
Chairman Re5*deat,,
Council


)AYi nECEMBER 17, 1954
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raiDAY^DECEMBQ,

Jewish Aged Home Advances Comfort Of Resid
entj
Rigid Medical Program Set Up
As Health Guard in Daily Living
By DR. SAMUEL GERTMAN
Medical Director, Jewish Home for
the Aged
We ;! the Mum.' are interested
in keeping our residents in good
health.
The concept oi good health li to-
day no longer merely an absence
of disease, bu( feeling of well
being. This is particularly true in
the older up where it la
difficult t>> find a person who baa
m> type "i illness The wear and
tar ol the years have almost of .1
certainty left their mark on each
one "t our residents But when our
goal of .1 feeling ol well being, of
enjoying life, ;- diligently main-
i there 1- Ideal 1h.1t we
c.in do medicallj to help our real
dents Ou can be set forth as
follow*
1 ible, .ill
phjsical :.- il ilities tli.it ex,-' in
our residents
11 ioration
of the tissues
itional, anil
in the near future, physiotherapy
and
1 wherein our resl-
will be al lop the
greatest possible satisfactions in
!.\ ing
We have been gradually building
the Home's personnel towards th<*
operation oi -uch a program Our
personnel consists of the following:
Ifedkal personnel includes the
medical director and physician to
the Home
Nursing personnel include- reg-
istered nurses on .ill three shift>.
plus practical nurses, nurses aides
and orderlies Also included are
the social worker, projected plans
for a physical therapist and an oc-
icupational worker, medical con
sultation with the attend!!)
at ML Sinai Hospit ind close
working relationship with Ml
Hospital, us to easily hos-
pitalise our residents.
At present, our medical pi
I operates in the foUotring manner:
application to the Homo the
potential resident has 1 physics
examination b) the physician
Home Smh laborator) stork and
additional studies a- be deems nee-
essarj tor proper evaluation of the
applicant is carried <>ut for as by
Ml Sinai Hospital and its
,11 I In- information 1 th, n
submitted to the admissions com
mittee 1 r help in in evalution as
to whether <>r net this ipplii
into the Home The
immend that
missii:, be m id< on t of the
or ho ma) givj in
llitj ol the
for the Homi in case it is
.1 that the prin
pplieant's coming into the
I- either
line th, applicant is admitted
to the Home, h.- h ible to
him .it ..11 times the professional
es ol our nursing staff This
- headed by registered
ami there i- .. registered
nur-e on duty at all times on the
Home grounds At least twice a
week, a medical clinic is held by
the physician of the Home. Such
emergencies that arise are handled
by the registered nurse under di-
rect order- of the physician, or the
phj -ician makes a special call to
the Home to see this patient.
If the physician deems the emer-
gency serious enough, the resident
1- then sent to the emergency room
at Ml Sinai Hospital, where fur-
ther evaluation and decision a- to
Residents ol the Jewish Home for the Aged ol Greater Miami who will occupy the AblinMe-'j
morial Wing are (left to right) Mrs. Flora Hurst, nurse. Mrs. Anna Washburne. Mis. Hadcai
Segal. Mrs. Rose Brown and Mrs. Fannie Yesljw. Physical and occupationci therapy fad&l
ties in the Ablin Memorial will permit the Home to embark ori a program of rehabilitation fa i
the fust time.
u hcthcr or not the resident is to be
admitted to the Hospital is made.
With our new infirmary and its
added facilities for taking care of
mure acutely ill residents, it is ex-
pected that the number of resi-
dents who have to be sent to the
hospital will be diminished There
are periodic complete physical
examinations done on all the resi-
dents of the Home.
In addition, there are research
programs which have been initiat-
ed and arc now in the process of
being carried out. It is expected
that these research programs will
1 become an ever increasing part of
the work at the Home.
Periodically, the motorized X-ray
, unit of the Tuberculosis Associa
tionis brought to the Home and a
complete X-ray of the chest of
every resident at the Home is
made, including the staff.
The dietary needs for each resi-
dent at the Home is outlined by
the physician at the Home
It is our .: ial in thi- medicals*
\ gram of the Hume for the Ageda
sot up a demonstration props
' for the community, both the sa>
fessional and lay croups, for I
; potentialitie. of rehabilitation i
; satisfactory living for the
person. We believe that the k
. to be learned from this group (
help make the longer yean i
I life a blessing rather than a be-1
den. not onl> for the resides*|j
the Home, but for all of us
Community Leaders Offer Greetings
By STANLEY C. MYERS
President. Greater Miemi Jewish
Federation
F rma! dedication of the Jack
Ablm Mi 1 rial Building is the cul-
mination of a splendid community
effort of both the membership of
the Jew.-h Home for the Aged and
the Greater Miami Jewish Kedera
tion
The-e significant ceremonies
point up the fine spirit of coopera
tion between these two agencies
which turned the long-cherished
dream of a new building into a
reality.
The leadership of the Horn.
be commended on bringing t t d
eration s attention the needs of th.
Home and in working together har-
mocudaatj to sofa these problems.
The need for the Ablin Memorial
Building became apparent several
>. ,r- ago and the decision to build
resulted frocn many joint discu-
-ion- between the Home and Feder-
Btii D The Ablin Memorial and the
.mge master building plan
represent a united effort in sound
community planning. The Home
will now be able to better -erve
'he r.i : the Jewish commu-
nity
The Jewish Home for the Aged
give- initiative, purpose, and hop*'
to mar.\ i^ed citizens who had
before It -t..nd* a- a Home
'r I where men and
.1 can enjoy life to tl
forget frustrations of the past and
revive a feeling of creativity and
usefulness Here the aged live
! again, in keeping with the finest
tradition of our faith.
Development of this addition to
I the Home is an achievement of
which we can be proud, because it
prove- the wondrous strength of
cooperative effort It will stand as
one of the most important facets
in dealing with the problems of ag-
ed care in our community. We are
* confident that this continued co
operation will help in bringing
about progressive programs to
meet the needs of the aged.

"The noblest tribute to a mans
i H-mory is to carry on his life's

A view of the entrance lobby of the Ablin Memorial Winq. which will be dedirrrtaH ^ tw-
las Gardens Sunday. The Memorial is the first unit of a projected three^JTmn.^ K ^'
pJan. Interior decoration of the lobby, as well a, all othe? 2e^of ^w^nT wereeS
ed under the supervise of Jack Cameron and Deene Cremen. of Jack Camion SS^Z'.
work.'' This we have done in the '
erection of the Ablin Memorial
unit of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, which is named in honor of
.lack A. Ablin, my boyhood and
lifetime friend in both Chicago and
Miami.
The Ablin Memorial reflects the
growl h and conscience of the
Greater Miami Jewish community (
in its capacity to meet the urgent i
needs of our senior citizens. I am ,
proud that I have become a mem- |
ber of this community and so close-
ly connected with the work of the
Home and our Jewish Federation.
Col. Jacob M. Arvey.
Chairman Ablin Memorial
Fund Campaign

A great leader and an urgent
community need have been fitting-
ly and beautifully served by the
Ablin Memorial unit of the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
To me. a resident of Miami for
over a quarter of a century, it syin
bottSM the coming of ago of our
J earn and its fulfillment are
are of n i .opera
.nt planning by th
rver before1
A' tin Mi mon.,1 is an
: the nr.ire commu
::>- rather than of th- Hume it
self. To all of you. the lead.
the Home express their thanks for
your gi -upp-.rt and f r the
opportoaity of tuning the com-
munity and its aged.
M. J Kopelowitz. Chairman
Board of Directors

The 2.000 members of the Great-
er Miami Women's Auxiliary of the
Home have worked and given as
Mfsjff before to achieve the reality
of the Ablin Memorial of the
Home
We were motivated by the de-
sperate and urgent need to provide
a proper and safe facility for our
sick, bedridden and wheel-chair
residents and also to give the Home
its fir.t opportunity to develop a
program o; rehabilitation raw j
than remain a mere custodialf 1
stitution.
Now we are about to Ktat J
these noble aim- I take >*>
port unity to extend warm apptt>
ation not only to the leaden sf
members of the Women's Aunts?
but also to the many hundredTa1]
other women throughout the'
munity who work"! with ujdongi
the past few > ir-
Mrs. Sol Silverman. PwaSfj
Women's Auxiliary. J*ij
Home for the Aged

I. along with other leaden ij
the Home, dreamed of this *>
rial to our belowd friend. Jadf*]
lin, who was or. the HoroeSboSij
and who felt let-ply ab"
needs of our senior citizens
Now the dream has bteontl
ity. and the rcalit) i- fVW j
thrilling and beautiful thai !
dream. I have a deep P"*^
accomplishment not only wag
it is a fitting m< morial tn "]
community leader t l'hi"'l3
.:. but al- !y.^
ha- p
'huYl
c.nimunitv concerned witn|
-tltUtH :
Baron lie
iS MfT
Fu: '&
The planaiii >* T^
building of I :' M*
by so manv le*
Home and our Jewish
And never before in my ei
have I wit cooperation from the ens
anv Jewish commuMM
which we receiM I l""
Miami Jewry ^,d
Jack Ablin was wnw^,
many years Ik^''1^-
Wtfj cherish hi- s<*d "*\
memory all th- "'"**%t
we see the Ablm <"*%,.
ing and the great purPJ*,'
^ David Ph.ll.P- ^P
Ablin Memorial r"B
Campaign


DAY.
DECEMBER 17, 1954
_ fegkfl fhrktbr)
^at toCpok Holiday Time
to/? erf /tocrsf DmcA: Ma/ves
feotf Winter Night Meal
Send your favorite recipe lo The JtwMl Floridian, toyetli.r with
our name and address. If you have a recent photograph, you may
Include it with your entry. Should your recipe appear in this column
Uo wi be P""-r,,cd wi,h eoDV of "Th Book of Jewish Recipes,"
Containing 500 kosher rcip#>s and a Foreword on the principles of
leokery.
ter into ;, pease I fryinj p n and
brown slightly on both side Place
;on brown absorbent paper to drain
and cool.
* ? *
The Stuffing
Cook (ho peeled potatoes in salt-
,"cup fresh minced mushrooms ed wal<,r "nt'l tender. Dram mash
well and mix with sale, pepper,
fried onions, and chicken fat
Spread the prepared potato filling
on the pancake and roll. Tuck in
the end;, and brown in a hot greas-
ed plan Sene with the boned
roasted duck
'Chen' Charms to Be Awarded
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By
ARS. REGINA FRISCHWASSER
JTA
Boned Roasted Duck
1 5. h. duck
round veal
1 tablespoon breadcrumbs
I ] n aspoon salt
t. aspoon pepper
b well beaten eggs
i2 ip fried onions
the back of a cleaned duck
h,l carefully remove the bones,
In 11 Jbe ^kin intact. Prepare the \ -------
[ Mix the meat with minced : T ,0'lowm9 recipe was sub-
[, ms. fried onions, salt, pep m'r,d to The Jewiih Floridian by
pr ,11 beaten eggs and bread < Mrt- So1 Wilson, of 4011 Prairie
L, Fill the duck, mm the "- Mum' ?"CJJ- ..
Lnin; place into a roafMng pan vmkcniras
ikle with si.lt. pepper and (hoP or *nnd enough cooked
Add '.- cup hot water, |left ovcr mcal ,0 milk<, I ip.
1 e pan and roast in a mod- 2 cups of mashed potat
, :: basting very often. Re-
ii,. he cover when the duck is
hder to allow browning.
Potato Blinties
3
1 1 flour
.; 1 potatoes
fried onions
l teaspoon salt
[ 1 spoons chicken fat
the eggs well and add
lain Mix thoroughly and prepare
ikes as follows: place two
klesi ons of the prepared bat
2 beaten eggs
' cup of niatzoh cake Hour
alt and pepper to taste
Mix well to shape potatoes into
balls Scoop a hole into the center
of each ball and fill with chopped
or ground meat. Roll the potato
mixture over the meat filled cen-
ters and flatten the balls slightly
at each end.
Dip balls into beaten eggs and
matzoh cake flour and fry in plen-
ty of chicken fat until golden
brown.
"i Israel Bond saleswomen!
Will -.1 a new fashion in jewelry.
their new "Chen"
arded at a tea giv
!:i b3 x Sus man at h a
home, 3701 Pinetree dr., on Tui
Dec 21, 1
Harrj Platofl and Mrs
itz, "Chen" co-chair-
Greater Miami Worn
(" D late ot Israel B
this week announced that the first
14-karat gold
,h "'- re b. ing flown to Miami
for presentation to the local wom-
en who h,,vc completed their quota
"i 12.500 in gales for each charm.
Bach "Chen" charm is designed
to symbolize one oi the ancient
Tuchc Tribes ol Israel, whose
1 ndanis have returned to Is-
rael from all parts ol the world.
I His campaign." Mrs. Platlff
pointed out. "through the symbol-
ism of the charms, recalls our link
with the past and reminds us of
our present bond with Israel. The
name Chen,' referring to the cou-
rageous Women's Army of Israel,
was deliberately chosen in order
to bring about a closer identifica-
tion between the women of Israel
and the American Jewish women
who are helping wage the fight for
economic security of the young
state through the sale of Devi lop
ment Bonds."
Mrs, Weitl stated that "any wom-
en can be proud to wear the beau
tifully designed charm-, for then-
intrinsic beauty as well as the
symbolism they represent. A com-
plete set of twelve charms on a
woman'- arm proclaims her as one
who has demonstrated her contin-
ued faith 10 Israel's ruiure to the
thai lie has sold S30.000 in
Bonds,
' We are planning a party to hon-
or our saleswomen during the n k
of Chanuka, a period of celebra-
tion and gift giving in the hope
that we will remind our women
that an Israel Bond is a Chanuka
present with a future.''
To date, eight Miami area wom-
en have earned their first charm,
four have earned their second, and
three have earned their third.

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* Jmi ncrkMfUi
ZE^DECEMBER
THE WORLD OF SPORTS
AT THE MOVBES

Athlete's Future More Important
Than Playinjj Record, Coach Says
Kclclie tiinlor Bemimn* I
(.andid Questioner lj
By BILL WOLF
JTA
Consider for moment the fol
lowing statement on sports:
"It Is not enough to win lames
I am more concerned with what the
athlete* do when they K<'t out o4
school, lor thej are In the enviable
position of being looked up to by
youngsters and have the asserted
opacities to deal with young peo-
ple on their own level, which is
undoubtedly the but way of deal-
ing with their problems We may
not win many ball games, but if we
cm turn out leaders we'll be
i h.imp- in the long-run "
These words, which should be
spoken more often by a lot of the
"big-time" coaches, come from
Bernie "Red" Sarachek. athletic
director of Yeshiva University
The fact i* th.it Yeshivi does win
;i lot oi tames, but nevertheless, it
l- good to know of a policy th.it
makes the welfare of the athlete
the number one consideration, and
tin' "glory" to the school and the
\ office .1 seconder) considers
tion. in fact, in these days oi com
sports n |g ,|,Iii
eve that such sound
\|st
i in his work t Vi shiva,
has I irned ";it man) a ho

li Hi has also < ncourai
some ol the pro basketball stars ho
his da)- .i- ., pro pl.i>
er l F givii
l< .kI. > ip i \..uih
-tu! sp..rl
has beei he tirst court
-mi.c.t in the school's history w.is
formed in 1839 Since then, the
>poit h..s been cumbkog steadily,
*nd it was in li43 that Sarachek
joined the Mail However Sara
chek's stay was not .. long one,
since he left in UH4 for service
with 'he Red Cross But Sarachek
n turned to the scene m 1M7
This veer's basketball schedule
is thi most challenging in the
si hool
Coach Bernie Saiachek, seen
Varsity Basketball Team.
left with Jhe Yeehiva University
AN ALMANAC OF LIBERTY. By
William O. Douglas. 391 pp.
New York: Doubleday and Com-
pany. $5.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
Supreme Court Justice Douglas
has compiled 366 short, incisive es-
says, each <'t them illuminating a
milestone in Amenc.-'s progress
toward libert\ Must of the BUB***.
are fitted to the day of the year
on which the steps occurred, al-
though there is a frequent tracing
of the historical sources which pre-
ceded them, a procedure which
often points up our debt "to the
bistoT) one of the most English either bj example or re-
developments that will pudiation
h*''P **' ,h' -*-- The str t birth
that : r the first time in man)
i
start
Yesl

It is noteworth) that
of the
liberties which we taki mated
is imperative reading for everj
American Such concepts as the
at to work the right
llective bargaining
lit to strike each of
'in- which M practM
' rni) t winning.
bigotry
emer
on Tut: it mono
Rally Attracts Unholy Kin

Of Coughlin'g Hate Da
vs.
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Art*
\'F\V YORK I have seen more
ptopie -t j naediacra boxing card
at Madisoi Squan r.arden in Neu
York Cit) thai > pub-
l rail) thai wa -
en million
But I have
-is or parti
I aat V pie hi.
asJ the
sj and
r> Oa
ed my
p temper
But I

- pencil
1 felt the burn of angry
- They ere not
- to me those e\e>
1 met them in the black and un
-chlin when
rrorned my
kith ..nd kin on Fordham rd in
the lronx I locked in battle with
them on many occasions m front
of the Men fort Library on Fifth
Avenue when they molested and
insulted bypaaaen who appeared to
be not of their ilk I met them in
the alle) halls f Vorkville when
those traitors to country and de-
cency were paving homage to the
Nan idol and worshipping let ,.
True, these were also the Wan
derer- used and the cur
ere act
spectacle, but the> remained com
narticulate when storm of
me and
P* Hum-
this
igh, the -
this ,. r w^s hated by a
mad outburst of applause
.#)'- r- r<
ferret! to Roy uAn. The hand-
but a minute ag
m> ihro-t were now bent in cr.uv
thunder of praise for a little man
j named Coon
When i returned home there was
the warm- hearth and enticing
jorandy
he Clear light of the Constitution,
itself a treaaonou- document at Itl
inception.
Juatice Douglas. Ifbernl, calm,
unafraid, touches only lightly on
the right to revolt, as Jefferson
Hamilton and Lincoln advocated it.
but he comes down heavily on the
"dilution of the First Amendment"
(free speech) as Congress and the
Court have reinterpreted it to deal
with Communism
A short discussion of Roy t"ohn's
Annie Lee Moss fiasco, the fact
that five states still retain the poll
tax. that some have not yet rati
fied the Sixteenth (income tax> and
Fifteenth (right of Negroes to vote)
Amendments, are among the es-
s.i>s The power of fnngroji to
investigate (and its misuses' the
relation of the immunity Statute to
the Fifth Amendment, and. again
and again, the necessity of the
Fifth Amendment are particularly
timely, as is the excessive bail re
\: w and the unconstitui onalit) of
cuilt b ition
one often wishes Justice Doug-
lay" would not end s,, quick-
Almanac formal is i
but it muddles the clarity wi-h
whuh ., chroootofica! presentation
would have u mm This ii minor
however, what is important
is that quietly, without polemics.
minne the hysteria of the McCarthy
[chauvinists, he has written" a mag
mficent proof of the fact th.,t
| America needs no defense she
i stands by her history alone
One single Beany, What In
American Means." would have dig-
nified the Doubleday impnnt; as
it is. they may stand proudly be-
| fore it If Americans would be as
worth* as their background, no
fear for their future would be
needed.

A JEWISH TOURISTS GUIDE TO
THE U.S. By Bernard Postal and
Lionel Keppmen. With a Fore-
word by Dr. Jacob R. Marcus.
pp. Philadelphia: The Jew-
vh Publication Society of Aaaer-
ea. $5.00.
Thi> is both h:st,,n and guide-
k describing the important
' th their back-
nmunity
the t mted States Although
vpi' missions par-
ticularly in the Miami Beach te-
non the thumbnail hi.
information about Jewish in
Itjona -nd congregations a!
er the country make the Guide
an educational reference h
good reading whether one is travel-
ing or curled up in a comfortable
chair for the evening
By LEON CUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD Eddie Cantor
sighs, "When a baby born is born.
ilw first question people ask la
Mow is the mother?" When he mar-
ries, people say "What a beautiful
bride And when he dies, all they
ask is How much did he leave his
wife?' "
see
Few people know how "Count
Your Blessings." one oi Irving Ber-
Ims greatest song hits written es-
pecially for Danny Kaye's new
, film, was composed.
As Irvine tells the story, he had
had trouble sleeping at night dur-
ing his work on the 11 songs the
picture has from his pen. and told
his wife that counting sheep, sleep-
' ing pills and warm milk had all
failed to help him.
Count your blessings," she said,
! and went back to sleep.
But Berlin didn't follow her ex
i ample. Hot got our of bed. eom-
I posed the song on the spot, and
I found that both lyrics and music
came to him almost effortlessly.
The only thing was the effort
didn't help him go back to sleep at
all He was wakeful all the rest of
Ihe night, counting the royalties
the new song would undoubtedly
earn'
Today it ranks first on polled
radio and television surveys. It his
been recorded for Decca by Bmg
Croaby, who introduces it in the
picture, for RCA Victor by Eddie
Fisher, who sang it at President
Fisenhower s request at the Amer-
ican Jewish Tercentenary celebra-
tion in New York.

Jerry' Lewis' illness is costing
him well over $100,000 this year.
Because of his recent attack of
virus pneumonia and yellow jaun-
dice, Jerry and his partner were
' forced to cancel several nightclub
'and television engagements. While
they may fulfill these engagements
I next year, there Is little chance
| they will do any oi them in 1954.
Jerry will not complete his role in
Paramount's "You're Never Too
Young" until shortly before the
end of this year.

Tony Martin went to a dinner
the other night with a case <{ snif
net "What's tho matter. Tonv."
asked Georgie Jess**, "Yeu fight-
ing a cold""
' '''" i Ton
See

Sylvia i ,
and Sammy K hn ,
'ix numbei
pendent picture rh.. ,- '
tar." which Norman P *"J
Melvin Prank will Bbi '
mounl beginnic" next week, t
will also be tw, larft-^L.
production numbers with (21
i h ireorar.hr **,, ,"*
w h Danny shortly
Thin picture marks if* i
--Mr," of Mrs Kaye.ehokt,!
written most of her hiubsnf,,
ical material, and veteran i
smith Kahn. who recently pro
mmm loT "Three Coins ini|
tain." "Women's World"
"You're Never Too Young'

The screen discovery'" v
cnnsolate the other night Pidjaj
see how that movie cntic M^aj
me?" he wailed to Prodw
Goldwyn.
""Forget it nplied UidwjjJ
pansiveh "That fellow
more than .. parrot He mi
what ever) body el- J
ing."
A chemistr) proii
Hollywood studio, asked du
Mrmui Li l; w\m he con
the most outstanding contr
ehemiatr) has made to the wn
motion pictures
"Blondes.' replied Leroy.
lUit Contw
... %m i
------------------------------------------------------ Tin.
Mellowed R tblris Take
Differences Le SericHtfl
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
NFW YORKThe meeting of
the Synagogue Council, represent-
ing Reform. Conservative aad Or-
thodox congregations, for the Ter-
centenary celebration is taken
quite casually No one gives a sec-
ond thought to the fact that rabbis
of several wings of Judaism meet
together
Ho different it used to be
and not so long ago A whole chap-
ter might be written of the quips
the Orthodox used to make about
Reform Why they used to
the Temple of Dr Hirsch in ( hi
caao was -o p.ous it kept closed on
Saturda) At thv time, the (hi
temple held Sunday, not Sat-
urday, services
lechter. of the
.It wish Theological Seminary. 01
I
l anal smoke, -said the I
i do on Saturday
thea i Sih.-cht. r
ably a lot of people today
cannot even appreciate the humor
of the last. s changed are the
limes It -a natural that there
should be some change- Jew were
breathing a little freer for the first
time in centuries.
If aa Orthodox Jew today looks
to see if there are-tars in thfi
ens ending hi- Sabbath, so V
Puritans of nearly Amenc*
up to a fairly late day Tbryj
story of young Lymsn
father of Henry Ward Be
a child, he was playing faaw"
approved on the Puritan a"*
A little girl playmate 8*'
"I.yman. you must not P-V"'
Sabbath .
"1 don"t care, replied H-H"
man
id will p I
the little girl
"III tell Aunt MirlhA",
replied little I-y**.
-nances are in the
things and at the time *
dalaaen* '"',, **<
i I
h.nder s*-f
will dark k tl
: i.ae
lonal Juu-ismoi
. d that Judai.m beganw,
,.idbeenma*-sw
oHerl). it ',
there j> -n r-,n in nod*!
worship, the rabbi ^ Vf^gaj
soph), and if ,*Z,l as much Talmud asW-^jl
Orthodox rabbis he cm*a
beat sellrr


LY DECEMBER 17, 1954
***<#> ffcrMto#?
PAGE 7 B
ffers To< The Editor
jlslKl TOllMJ.
.wish Hondian: munities have u
Th(
(ended the mooting
Miami Jewish Community
smnod in (he same
of thr respect
j 1 p. oi-ume one can account tor
the failure to take i i ojmv Hi .
er las. week to hear my ,,.k ,^,Kj,^ ^
Id. Alan Altheimer deliver a rather providing for them means
\. u ii.il. it WM a splendid Ol a livelihood, in that such b
there I "tind up" i;> f** ** "Weal to the pubic
ima;wj'nn. and certainly does
ludience not develop th**lamorou
j r'ose t 250 people the publicit) lli.i other
, ,..,h< whnth-r :, r""- welfare work eanrmand
| iqa Chicago Community Can- llahing the refugees in an activity
liration could command which merits the highest consider-
pmblage. Those who auon, and wiifa th ihai
,.,!,..-.. v ;.pparently of the this community has shown in Jew
1. h citizonrv of bh aflaira, anj with its leadei hip
L^r >> i when I read the The Jewish Fioridian may yet have
|,i ..",.- that was passpd out. Ih,- satisfaction ol finding hai its
me that Miami had timely calling the communi!) at-
I 'self by ita anopoii lention to this area of Jewish
Cjewish ('immunity Center. i .. has achievtu positive r<
,i interested in hearing Lot us h ip
I Myers, one of the beet RABBI G GEORGI FOX
| ional welfare workers, is lKI) Rabbi Fox is a Chicago
iha next president tiathe ,_. ;pirilua, llildt, ,,, ,
-'i"1". .**, nwous boolw oh Judaism and
to *he HoJ-i i Wlltll. lnr The Jewish Sentina|
after having been warned that he
would not be welcome Personally
I doubt whether there are more
"'an a handful ot our local citizens
' "'d havehecn brave enough
'" '' faced that hostile gather-
" reminiscent of Hitler's
Br. vi i shir'-.
1 orl ol courage repre
' w best tradition of a tree p
which recognises its obligation to
1 ii not ju-t the news
J tit to print hut the facts
''' too fre |u mtly obsc
''' rted Congratulations
1 '"'" Jewish Fl ri lian an I
1
I THY KRIEGER FINK
'Hi Jewish Fioridian:
l was an i Kceilent review you
'.....aders .in the hook
Chri ianit) and Anti-Semitism."
of the book deplores the
mat .lews, but apparently
li ipi s we will come over The fel-
low i- self-duped, .lews "have" Gpd
and need no additional deities
LEWIS MORTON
Physicians' Wives Club Has Officer Election
Physicians' Wives Club of Great-1 man. president; Michael Gilbert,
er Miami met a\ the .homo of Mrs. president eleet; David Epstein.
Julian Lustik. 17(i Hibiscus dr.. to j vice pre-'.lent: Stanley Schwartz.
elect the following officers lor the I recording secretary; Morton Ham-
coming year; inmd, corresponding secretary;
The Mesdames William Wick- and Sam Gertman. treasurer.
The Aristocrat of Teas

NOT JUST
TEA
BUT
TEA
' ih L'ordian's excel
on the attitude of
"i;i'>s |o the refugee.
d that so large, ao im-
m I so liberal a community
"i'v fur 12 renjjpee
:' 'n'l reconcile my
Co-ChairmfH Revealed
where his column. The
Tower," appears weekly.)
Watch
Editor. The Jewish Fioridian:
Please accept my sincere eon
grtiatationa upon the brilliant
I I:<< -hat a creat Jewish ** of columns which your Mr.
which had collected
lollars for the United
'- Vnneal drives, as well as
B niN. did not open its
i '......' families so sorely
*\ of he'p.
'an I that h"re are
i J< w. in Greater Mi-
i mmc 25 congrega-
h 'nters which I
'nious centers. You
I in the various
h activitiesall of
money to maintain.
"s to maintaining
'Mii'h families with the
h i! (ails It seems to me
!~ Many o'her com
Leo Mmdlin has recently written
for your paper. Mr. Mindiin is per
forming a genuine service in un-
masking the insidious and subvers-
ive nature of self styled "Ameri-
canism" organizations in our
midst. He has shown a courage
and integrity all too rare in these
difficult days when fear and timid-
ity seal the lips and pens of the
average speaker and writer, with
the end result that the public is
denied the opportunity of know-
ing the truth which alone can set
and keep us free.
I was particularly struck by Mr.
Mindlin's fearlessness in attending
the Roy Conn-Rabbi Schultz dinner
at the Miami Women's Club even
Mrs Maurice Weintraub a n d
Mrs. Henry shor will be eft-chair
men "I the December card party
luncheon to be given by the Miami
i hapter of the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital on Tuesday. Dec.
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+Jewistttcrkm*i
FRIDAY, Dj
rcaoJ

RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ^SSSS^fmimmm*
morning services- are at > am
TEMPLE EMANU-EL wiil hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:3i}" p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate and deliver his sec-
ond lecture on his recent visit to
Israel. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m.. with the Rabbi
preaching on the Weekly Portion.
Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
George Goldberg, will become Bas
Mitzvah. Daily services are in the
chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning service are at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will offi-
ciate and discuss: "'Israel Aims for
Peace.'' At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will
speak on the Weekly Portion Mm
cha is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos and Maariv Daily
services are at 7:30 am. and 5 and
5:45 p.m.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi
Morris Shop officiating Mid preach-
ing on the topic: "Why in ( li.unik.i
Mentioned in the New Testament
and not in the Hebrew Bible0'*
Saturday mornings services arc at
9:45 a.m. Franklin, ton of Mr and
Mrs Daniel Baton, 11441 SW 77th
ave., ill become Mar Mitzvah.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 5 30 p m Saturday
morning sen ices are at 9am. with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and
discussing: "Dreams ami Dream
ir- Revealing Future Plans
Mincha i- .it 5 p.m followed b>
Shalos Seudos Host will !* Kman-
uel Lebowiti Rabbi Ever will di-
in-- the Weeklj Portion Dail)
sen ices are at K a m and ~> 30
p "
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 pin Saturday morning sen
ices arc at 8 30 am when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Bwirsk) will officiate
and preach on the theme "The
Light Which No Darkness Can Put
Out Class in Sanhedrin is at 3:30
p.m. After Mincha. Rabbi Swirsky
will discuss a portion of the Tan-
vah Junior service- are in Acad-
emy Hall at 10 a.m. Michael, son
of Mr. and Mr- Nathan Miller, will
become Bar Mitzvah
HI ALE AH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday
evening sen ices at 8 15 p.m.. with
Rabbi Malcolm Sparer officiating
and preaching on the topic: "Tell
ing Oneself the Truth." Saturday
morning servioej are at 10 a.m.
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15 and 8:15 p.m. Rab
bi Abraham I.evitan will officiate
and the title of his sermon will be:
"The Efficacy of Prayer." Satur-
day morning class in Talmud will
meet at 8 a.m.. followed by services
at 9 The Rabbi's sermon will be
entitled: "Jacob Returns Home."
At 4 p.m.. the Rabbi will conduct
a class in advanced Biblical studies
Mincha is at 5:15 p.m. Maariv will
be at 6
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
ter will hold services on Friday
evening at 5:05 p.m. Late services'
will be at 8 p.m., at which time
will take place the presentation of
a gold plated Menorah donated to
the Center by Isaac and Harry
Hirsch Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate and preach on the
subject: "The Jug of Oil.-' Can
tor Edward Klein will chant the
liturgy, assistod by the Center
Choir under the direction 0i Mr
Eli Samuels Ofl Saturday morn
Ing, services will begin at 8:45 am.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Abraham Herson will officiate
and preach Board of director- of
the Sisteihood will sponsor the eve-
ning Saturday morning servicei
are at 9am. when Rabbi Her-oii
will discuss Diplomatic Corps."
cantor Albert ciantz will render
the musical portions of the liturg)
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.ffl Rabbi Akiva Chill will
officiate Mid preach on: "How Do
We Judgl Man's Worth Saturday
when Barry Patch will he-ome Bar
Mitzvah Children's services are at
11 am Rabbi Okolica will discuss:
"The Power of Amos." Friendship
circle, under the direction of Ve-
Resolution Urges
All-Out Effort
For Miami CJA
An all-out, concerted effort to
recruit manpower from Jewish or-
ganizations for support of the Com-
vette Cole will follow the services j bined Jewish Appeal to the aim of
1 a resolution unanimously passed by
the Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
at their last official meeting.
Adopted unan
reading was the resolution intro
duced by Sam J. Heiman. chairman
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services ;,t
8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi B Leon Hur-
witz officiating and preachinc on
the topic: "Soil and Soul." Oneg
Shabhat will follow
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
815 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kroniaa will
Officiate and preach on the topic:
"Blessed is the Land-- Saturday
morning service- are at 10:45 a.m.
Teddy, son of Mr and Mrs Ken-
neth Sokolsky. 4301 Adam- ave.
will become Bar Mitzvah Cantor
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the UfuTgJ
Music, Arts Le,
lo rresentPrgs,
For I^nd-A.H^
Miami Beach Mu*
League will hold a "
thebenef,t(,fLenriAPHr0Sr,]
rfycver,R.riH?
Fadden Deauvil', hn.;, '
Ballet Guild of <;.*.,
under the direction mr1
mcur. who ,s also \Z
icisl meeting. | president. ,n Drp.,,^,, a,
imously upon first ides,' Tanon.imM>3
e resolution intro- "Fete tiaii,,,.... "*>*
Fete Italiienne."
Baltic Trio will
of the 1955 Combined Jewish Ap- Latvian. Lithuanian aiuir
peal, urging every organization to vakian. with Anita Ka
accept a specific quota of volun-1 Sepp and Tekia an-* nr I
tear workers to be provided by1
them for the entire campaign.
The resolution further provides
that these organizations embark
upon a step by step program to in-
sure the Combined Jewish Appeal
a sufficient number of workers to
man the enlarged and expanded
campaign in 1055
It was pointed out by Heiman
that the CJA "should be the prior-
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Ry philanthropy of the community
hold Friday evening services at .jncc it encompasses nearly 60
8:15 pin Rabbi Joseph Narot will beneficiary agencies in Greater Mi-
officiate and preach on the topic: amj_ m the United States, overseas
I Seek My Brothers" Reception and Israel." Heiman's resolu
in honor of Temple members and jjn provided for designation of a
Candlelitfhting: Time
KISLEV 22 5:15 p.m.
_ the Shriners will follow
morning services are at 8:90 a.n
Subject of the sermon is "Envy
Caused By Challenge." Junior
services are at i n tod bj Rev
A ,1 Safra and a--i-ted h) Melvin
Safra Kiddu-h will follow, served
bj members of the Sisterhood, with
Mr- Pauline Chill actinu as bos-
tess Class in Talmud is at 4:30
p.m. Mincha will be at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi t hill will discuss the Weafcla
Portion Daily services are at 7
and 8am and 5:15 and 5:45 p.m.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
9:19 p.m Saturday morning serv- [
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Arid
Becker will preach on the topic: I
Parents and Children." Class in
Talmud will precede services at 8
am Bible discussion is at 5 p.m.,
followed by Mincha and Shalos Sen-
do- Mr. and Mrs Samuel Biegal
will be hosts
I
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
.Friday evening services at 5:15,
j p.m. Saturday morning services
| are at 9 am Rabbi Alexander
Gross will discuss the Weekly Por-
ition. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed
j by Shalos Seudos. Sunday services
are at 8 a.m., with daily services
held at 7 30 am and 5:30 p.m.
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv
ices at 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Henry
i Okolica officiating and preaching
,on the topic "Light Over Dark
ness" Cantor Maurice Neu will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, with Lucille Moore direct-
BETH EMETH CONORtOATION
will hold Friday evening -ervices
at 7:30 p.m. Cantor Alex Cohen
will officiate Chanuka party will
he held Sunda) morninc at 10 a m
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services .it
8 15 p.m. Guest Rabbi Henrj Wer
nick will officiate Saturday morn-
ing services are at !l am Rabbi
Weraick will dl eu "The F.tcr
nal Quest ion Paul, son of Mr.
and Mrs George Saluk, will be-
come Bar Mitgvah The Saluk- will
sponsor the Friday venial Oneg
Shabhat and floral offerings in hon-
or of their son Daily service- are
at 7:90 am and 5 15 pin. with
CJA chairman in each organization
who. working with a hand-picked
committee, will be responsible for
meeting the worker's quota in his
specific group.
President of each and every or-
ganization were asked to contact
their membership by personal let-
ter and urge them to enroll as CJA
workers in their own individual
field of interest and that appeal-
In- made regular!;, at organization
al meetings for volunteers
Pointing out that the many outly-
ing municipalities surrounding the
Greater Miami area require special
coverage this year. Heiman stated
that upwards of 2.500 campaigners
would be required to do an effec
live job.
The greatest all out manpower
Sunday service- scheduled for 8 effort will be required frum Jewish
a.m groups on the one day Tommu-
nity Mobilization door-to-door
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold drive, the resolution indicated.
Also appearing will he j-
Freddie (ohm mH]
In charge of information,*
ry Barnhard. president
Guardians of hra>J
To be Honored Here
Guardian- of ,srael in u>
er Miami are., will be hosmil
a luncheon in the BiscavntTa
hotel on Thursday, Dec. y*l
was announced thi- weekbyhl
Sher. Greater Miami chainj
the Israel Bond OrsaniatictT
"A Guardian o( brad,"
ed Sher i- ., perm wto|
shown enough interest and |
in i-raei io purchase a mia
of SI.000 m Israel Devtk
Bond- There will he a solerisj
nmg ceremonj I i h mortafl
ians who have played -uch it
tinguished i in II |
l-rael '
Our Readers Get
This Calendar Fre
All Hebrew And Knfdisk 1
For 24 Tears, 1931 To 1965. Ya"
seit And Bar MiUrsh Dual
A Glance!
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. I-ate services are at 8:15 p.m..
with Rabbi Morton Malavsky offi-
ciating and preaching on the topic:
"Our Synagogue Today." Cantor
Samuel Salkow will render the mu-'
sical portions of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are dt 830
a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Melvin. son I, testimonial dinner and dance at
of Mrs Helen Block, grandson of ) the Algiers hotel Saturday night in
Gabbai Meyer Stein, will take, honor of Mrs. Anna Popiel. Gus
The campaign will open official
ly with a community wide rally on
Thursday. Jan. 13 at the Miami
Beach Auditorium
North Dad# Honors Four
North Dade Jewish Center held
Mount Nebo
announce*
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to Greater Miami Jewiy
without charge
for your increased pleasure
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place.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening service- at 5:30 p.m. Sat-
urday morning >erviccs are at 8:30
a.m. Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic:
"Shall We Compromise?" Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy Class
in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily
services are at 7:30 am and 5:30
p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8 30 p.m. Rabbi David Shapiro
; will officiate Guest speaker will
lie Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro, who will di-cus- "Pride of
Being an American Jew Cantor
.lo-eph \V Malek and the Temple
Choir under the direction of Rev.
Mordecbai Haalman will render the
musical portion of the liturgy. Oneg
Shabhat following will be sponsor-
ed by Mr and Mrs. Louis Green-
field Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will
di-cus- the Weekly Portion
Weber. Sam Segal and Irving GUs
ser. Rabbi Henry Okolica gave the
benediction. Benjamin Miller is
president of the group, and Dr.
William K. Bores was chairman of
the affair.

Luncheon for Students
i
On Sunday morning Dec. IB. the
P.T.A. of North Shore Jewish Cen-!
ter will sponsor a luncheon for {
students of the religious school at
an annual Chanuka assembly. Mrs.
N Herman Stern and Mrs. Philip
Jacoby are co-chairmen of the
party Mrs Ben Fabric is P.T.A.
president
The a*w edition of tat I
All Hebr nd Bafjk* i
fro- 1931 to 1955. ill |
kelMsys to 1*L
Thh **" Km an"*""
nr ttnrtlMn lo tmn I
1Mb lamt ailinn f '
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fre* ral-f'fa kam'
win: co. ft** I
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*5>w T."Bt< vi rra.
'aihi luwuh 6. Rockovalrv
MS Michigaji Avenue
Mimn. Saarb
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MEMORINS
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IBER 17, 1954
^Jtnlsiirhrfdtotn
PAGE 9B
inity Notional Bank Initiates Suizberger Named for
n Service; New 9uartertthw^rvice *7*
[ ,, .ion,! Bank pa Cincinnati. Ohio; Hawld A Stem ,,.r IT S"l,bprB'f- Surfside at- >
L Nation..! Harm p ,,r n ^,n,y-h* >*en named for the dis- chairman affilis
Li Miami Beach s fir* J"'" v' ,'" "f"nr '',r r" hnguished service award of the c-st Bnch nf
E.ervice U ednesday. ] Inc.. ML Vern on NY ;SurfM(|(, ^^ ^ "jJJjL,-, League, a
[T service; New OuorterttHwiri^^1" ** Women's League Has Fund Brunch
PlH^* .S_.T^ ^L,_. .... F.unene Suhborger. Surfside at- > Mrsr WlW Cohen. Torah Fund
(JeorRe
liiled with the South
the National Worn-
r I .- -. i .1 .;nr announced that the
B. Storer. president, Chamber of Commerce, it was re-1 """""l Torah Fund Brunch was
Lin teller service area real estate investor; r. Lowrv Wall. a .nor., ,,:, r "V "' Ta
tpl parking facilities president of Miami Beach First NV Kft 1"/?" ,on?1 Mrs
B aa-ibU. by en-fona. Bank, and Stanley K Whit- g conSV^^the"^ 85
f rn|lM ,ve.. 96th st. man. real estate broker ] m;in ,, as ^.^ J mS"2 honr
Participating Sisterhoods iind
their chairmen were Mr*. Irving
Solomon, North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter; Mrs. Max Krauss, North Shore
Jewish Center; Mrs. Isadore Teit-
ler. West Miami Jewish Center;
Mrs. Sidney Pozen, Beth David;
Mrs. Harry Cohen, Zamora Jewish
Center; Mrs. George Spector. Tem-
ple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; Mrs.
E. Poaster, Temple Sinai, Holly-
the stamp of*qualify
,. the financial insti-
opPn the doors ofits | Storer Broadcasting Co.; Catchings ported here by"lLeourd Zigman I ne'd at tn*' Algiers' hotel" Thursday.
neni quarters at 96O0 Therrel, Copeland. Therrel and presidi n( of the group Guest speaker was Rabbi Baruch
in Bal Harbour. Ba.sden; Ben Turchin hotel and T,K. aw.,n| wj b ', Silverstein. of New York,
in Idler service area I realestate mvestor: F Uwry Wall. a ,pocia| (llnm,r K^X*! Taking part in the program was
Benjamin Wolff, past presi-
of the Southeast Branch, who
honored the "Chai" club. Miss Lil-! wood; Mi.ss Lillian Goodman. Tem-
rbour blvd Community National Bank of Bal | the community are Mayor Leo lian Goodman conducted a dedica-1 p]e Emanuel; Mrs. Jack Finkle-
Ure. deigned by Aug- Harbour is a memnrr .,1 the Fed Rose, of Surfside. Mayor Shepard "?? "f **"Ligh,s of .Tora* ', in ; stein, Israelite Jewish Center; Mrs.
iiA is a combination H.rv nv.,.m .,_,, ...,... i .. ,, which all chairmen participated.
, b ,H elass Al- Reserve System and F.D.LC. Broad of Bay Harbor Islands, and ... M. Sprunen. Hialeah Miami
d brick and glass, ni B_01,i_r h.nWn_ hmir. ,_ r_, ,,.. ,, .... First Drama Trio presented a K ,.,..
,he entire east wan. Regular banking hours are from 10 J. Mactallum. vice president of pIay entitlcd ..The g^n, on the Springs; Mrs. R. Gladder, Beth
,cean. i-constructed of ajn. to 2 p.m. dairy. | Community Bank, I Doorpost." m Emeth.
three immense glass -r -
leiling height forming
main entrance. A
lends flexibility to the
low, modern design,
fcrn influence is indicat-
interior which was de-
late Myers, AID, of Rich-
Miami Furnishings
in, imported from the
Unusual teak and ebony
Ity National opened in
[quarters on Feb. 15 of
irith deposits of approx-
and one half million
present its resources
five and one-half mil-
are F Lowrv Wall.
|f the board: C. L. Clem-
lident; Catchings Ther-
btident Kenneth C. Gif-
president; (' L Clem-
presi lent; J. J. Mac
bistanl vice president; '
|ihi>- cashier.
Ln Ihe board Ol directors
fit Baisden, Copeland,
n Attorneys; Carl
in B'ackburn Broth-
Clairton, Pa.; C. L.
Jr. president ol Chata
n't Loan Aaaoc ;
I president of Geiger
|: L Clemeata Jr.,
| pre Ii mi of Chase Fed-
aajd Loan Aoc.
Jfnfali-i.n. retired manu-
f, Washington, Ind.; Dr.
executive assistant to
'the board of F'ood Fair
Robert A. Peterson, |
herrel i Baisden; Dan '
loomr of Public Gas
K Scliott, president of
[Scliptt Investment Co.,
fi B'rith Lodge
West Miami
t-.of the new M. Aurel ,
B-B^nai- Brith, at Sara-
[l*h Brmi B'rith Lodge
I Fmrida. was an-,
is week by. Sidney M. j
[if Miami, president of
State Federation of
Lodges.
on ceremonies took
15 at Temple Beth Shol-
>ta. l>cfore a crowd of
Persons. Benjamin Eis-
Sarawta. was installed
resident
M the installation cere-
pded Dr. Donald Mich-
ctor, B'nai B'rith Hillel
University of Miami;
l Kosenfeld, education
I' I londa Regional Of-
JDefamation League of
and Robert Schneider
imiagton, DC. national
membership field di-
|liary to Fete
""eial will be held by |
ruce Brown Post Auxil-'
|WV. on Wednesday eve-
P2 8 P m at the Repeb-
I 1947 West Flagler St.
p-lay. Doc. 23. at 7 p.m..'
1;""> will entertain p..
'' Marine Base Hospital
Kka. Also planned is a
F Patients at Pratt Gen-
P1l. Coral Gables, on
evening, Dec. 22.
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+ fri*trkrk#on
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Sunday, Dec It, >' | P "" ,h'"
Miami Beach Kniffits ol Pythias
Plot ol Mi Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi S T Swirskj
i,an m ii sun ived
b) ii.. x if( H innah: .. son, Joseph;
two daughters, Mrs Harriet Klli
son. of H i ami Mr- Margaret
Borkin ol Miami; .< brother Louis;
five slsti rs and i Hi ''-' Ire"
Mr Carron
Miami Beach
i residi nl ol the 100 I lub, member
of th<- Miami Beach Knights <>1
Pythian and South Beach Men's
Club Arrangements are m charge
nl Monument
romps "es are
asked i" attend.
Pamphlet on Good Will
Distributed by Local MCCJ
Living on good terms with neigh-
bors in a democratic sodelj 6 no!
easy, and children must be trained
in the difficult art of good will
Such i> the thesis of i new pamph-
let just released by the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
Designed ;i> a stud] and discus
smii -uide lor parents, the p.imph
Jet is called "Rearing Children ol
Good Will." Authors arc Mrs
Edith (I Neisser. well known writ
ci on parent education and child
development: Sister Marj de Lour
des, professor of education. St Jo
seph's College at Hartford. Conn ;
and Dr Man Fisher l.an-nniit ill
rector.of the summer institute "ii
Family and Community l.ivn;.
Vaasar < 'olli
"Children ol good will are the
hope oi .i -ii ore and n a aiding
fruition ol the American waj ol
life declares Col Harold Ri<
i in i prefatory note Col Hie
^i In,,,n is chairman ol tlM N< 1
Commission on Communit) Oi
izations, which supervised the pro
dUCtion ol the pamphlet
Copies of the pamphlet have
been distributed local!) to mem
I .is oi the Intergroup Education
Committee of the Dade Count]
school system The publication may
be obtained in the Miami office ol
NCCJ.
Malakoff Named Maico
South Florida Distributor
Announcement id the appoint
men! of Milton s Malakofi as
South Florida distributor of the
Maico Company, Inc., manufactftr-
ers ol meilic.il acoustic nistru-
ments, was made this week by John
1> Worrell, southeastern sales rector of the companj
Prior to entering private busi- Topol Unveiling
Margulies UpveiJjnqL I
The dedication "f | monument
Garron UiDQJl$L .v
The dedication of i monument,
t ,,, ,h, late Martin to the memory of the late!Louto
Gima, .onnerh ol (ill Jellersou,il.i.,ulu.s. lor.nerh ol 2SU3S
,,,. Miami BeachTwiH take place fcth will take place
l will take place Sunday.
Dae 19 al I P "" the Bt',n
David Congregation Hot f Mt.
Sin.,i Cemetery, with Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mam
cb. .....ciainm Mr MarKulies is
survni H b\ bis wife. C.ussie; a son
and daughter Mr MarguUee was a
ni.-mii, i oi Beth Davni Congrega-
tion Knights of Pythias and Miami
Zii nisi District Arrangements
ureroii the in charge oi Palmer's Miami Moats*
Koose |,|.,, vice ment Company Friends and rela-
tives an asked to attend.
Goldstein Unveiling
The unveiling Of monuments to
i aura Goldstein, who
passed aw nher Mth, 1MB,
Will be held at Mt N.I... Cemetery,
Sunday, Dec n at ll a m., with
Max Skapiro offidatlng Mr.
Goldstein a> a well known mer-
for many years on Miami
Avenue and i- survived by his
fattier, < harlea Goldatein and a
-i-i, i Mi- Reggie Welnkla Mrs.
Goldstein is survived by her daugh-
ter Mi" Nornu Lee Friends are
asked to be present.
iihvrv
lirsl
highest in reserves
Miami Beach Federal
-IV N0 ,0N H|tl0
NOTHSHO[ ISANCH MAIN OHKl
d Hoidiiio .i l.nnla Rood and Woikj.,,,, t
F-RtlDINT MANASEMfNT MAKES POSSIBU out JT
Blumin Unveiling
The .'. licatidn oi > monument
to (he memorj ol th< ate Abraham
Blumin. formeri) ol 1353 BM 84th
ve will take | S indaj Dm
19, i ;tu p in .it Mi Nebo emr
ti rj with Rabbi Allied Waxman of
ficiating Mr Blumin i- ssHrvived
b) in- wife Bewie; son, Stan
Ii \ ,. daughter. Fiien Sue; her
mother, Mrs Stella Blumin, of New
York; three brothers. Harry, of Mi-
ami Beach. Arthur and Morris of
New York; tWO sisters Mrs Lil-
lian Belwyn, Of New York, and Mrs.
Evelyn Dembner of Pennsylvania
Mr Blumin was i member ol Watt
Miami Lions Club, West Miami
Jewish Center and dial Cables
Jewish Center He was also a Mas
on Arrangements are la charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
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m -s Malakofi eras Florida director
Ol the State of Israel Bond Cam-
paign Previously, he bad been pub-
lic relations director ol the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation
Maico Company Smith Florida
headquarters are in th, Hunting-
ton Medical bldg an.i manufac-
tures hearing aid equipment
Malakofi h.,s lived in Greater Mi
ami since 1946 having come here
from New York City, where he
was executive director oi the v r
York Pha ouncil.
Symposium on Tercentenary
Jo be Featured in Miami
On Sunday evening. Dec 19. 6
pm. the annual Chanuka concert
nf the Workmen s Circle Peretz
School will take place at 1545 SW
rd st Miami
Pupils of the school will parti-
cipate in a program of songs and
recitations Advanced students are
scheduled to take part in a s>m
posium on The Tercentenary of
Jew-ish Life in the United States
L. La-savin, principal, will direct R"**nsiein was
the program.
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lillian
Topol. formerly of 6211 Alton rd..
Miami Beach, will take place Sun-
day, Dec 19. 3 pro. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish officiating Mrs Tpol is ur--]
rived b) her husband, Benjamin; a
daughter, Mrs Mildred Ostrow; two
sons, Mitchell and Jack: and ,i sis-
ter. Rebecca Bull, all of Miami
Bea< h Arrangements, are ia charge
of Palmer* Miami Monument Com
pany Friends and relatives ..re
asked to attend

Smith-Rosenstein
Unveiling
'
Propper Gets Award
For his continuous courteous
treatment to the patrons of the
Ocean View Branch Post Office.
Postal Clerk Fred Propper has
ben named this week's winner of
the Miami Beach'Chamber of Cm
merce courtesy award. Leo Eisen-
stein courtesy committee chair
man. announced this week Prop
per. a postal clerk for the past five
years was nominated for the court
<-> award by Mr- i ,\be Durbin
Propper and his wife. Vivu-nne. re-
side at 9041 Garland ave
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late AagUSta
K Smith Rosenstcin. formerly of
1401 Alton rd.. Miami Beach will
take place Sunday. Dec 19. 1 p.m.,
at Mt Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi'
Irving Lehrman officiating Mrs.
Rosenstein is survived by her hus-
band. Julius, and a son. Morton
Alan Smith, of Miami Beach. Mrs. .
a member of Mt. j
Sinai Hospital. Miami Beach He-'
brew Academy, board of directors
of Temple Emanuei. member of the t
board of Hanna Senesch Hadassah.
past president of the Sisterhood of
Ahvas Israel of Passaic N J hoard
of directors of the Daughters of
Miriam. Patterson, and an active
member of the Jewuh Home for
the Afgd Arrangements are in
charge of Palmers Miami Monu
ment Company Friends and rela-
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8ER 17. 1954
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PAGE 11 B
frith Youth
Ldds to Staff
"Siime staff peepte
|B,e activities of the
kh youth chapters of
ileph iml Bnal BTith
,'nai BTith Youth Or-
ier. announced this
Le) Efronson, chair-
iGreater Miami B'nai
[Committee.
Hegel was named bh
ervisor and will work
th.. volunteer advis-
|0 [^ youth program,
Cffman will work with
unCil and chapters.
,, ,,;. nn the staff
Ui-h Social Service
[graduate of the Penn-
f Social Work
; degree at Western
nrsity His group
ence has been with
Uliancc. Cleveland, as
ctor
Uved in the same ca-
THE TERCENTENARY STORY
C^yrlsht. It64. by Amerlcta itwUh Pre*

9. Spread of Jewish Communities
Text by b/Nl6. ELA2AR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGcj
BY 1640, JCWKM CouMuuaie
CAN roe*PIU tO OTHER P*RT
Of AMfRWA. CHARLESTON, 6.C.
OROANlXED IT# FlT 5vn00&U
IN 1741.
"*" *!A
I" 1703 AND HAD THCIB FlRT k&oeut ei i74J.or ONe OF THB IBT JEWISH GSOlJPS
IN AMERICA
mev wrc uiowip to seAtM
M.CAUC AKlt PipeMic RAOfO UN
CMtCKtP AMP TM> JEW* HAP TM
ONM OOCrOK IN THE ARIA .
TH PIR6T WHITB CHILD TO B
Bonn IN (5COOi A WA* A PAUSHTIR
Of ONE OF THIS (SBOUP.
Emanu-EI Has Chanuka Institute
Annual Chanuka Preparation In-, commence on Sunday evening, Dec.
stitute held at Temple Emanu-EI 119, with the kindling of the first
were sponsored this year by both Chanuka candle, and will conclude
Mils Hoffman
Camp Galil, Cleveland,
borhood Center
tiK, ||.> was also direc-
kios Park Temple Cen-
rark. Pa
c-iiit position with the
Service Bureau is as
pen i-i>r.
nan took her AB de-
' University of Miami,
najored in psychology
iy Holds
ia Affair
orientation program
jted by the Hebrew
|T.A. on Sunday eve-
Academy auditorium,
Miami Beach.
Barnes William Farr,
Salkoff and Henry
chairmen of arrange-
unicd a capacity turn-
pit ion was held fea-
focet of the Chanuka
Ich will be celebrated
W 20 through the 27.
[il were a hand-writ-
ill and prizes.
lot the evening will go
I r chasing additional
|equipment and expan-
I il library, accord-
i lea Gertler, presi-
Id Zinn. Gift Shop chair-
k>'ed Chanuka objects,
Hcorationi for the
Uka hooks, records and
Itpriate Chanuka ma-
' of decorations for the
re Mrs. Maurice Mam-
p. Max Silverberg.
the Sisterhood and the Parent-
Teacher Association, according to
Mrs. Irving Cypen and Mrs. Benja-
min Greene, presidents. The In-
stitute was scheduled for Wednes-
day morning to begin at 10:30 a.m.
in the chapel.
The workshop, planned primarily
for parents, included a com-
plete orientation on the forthcom-
ing festival of Chanuka. Mrs. Al-
fred Stone and Mrs. Theodore F.
Arvan, Institute co-chairmen, an-
nounced that a varied, informative
program was planned, highlighted
by a talk given by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman on "Chanuka and its
Celebration." Cantor Philip Brum
mer taught the special Chanuka
songs and blessings.
Demonstrations and display- in-
cluded holiday foods by Mrs. Har-
ry Brick and Mrs. Saul Rabin:
home decorations by Mrs Miriam
Solkoff; and party decorations by
Mrs. Herbert Young, who will also
act as commentator. The Gift Shop
display was presented by Mrs.
Henry Hillman.
A movie was shown of a
model home Chanuka party for
youngsters, taken recently at a
Temple Emanu-EI religious school
student's home when he and his
parents were hosts to his class.
Working on the arrangements
committees for the Institute were
Mrs. Herbert Cohen, Mrs. Jacob
Classman, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan
and Mrs. Simon Rubin.
Chanuka. the Feast of Light, will
on Monday, Dec. 27.
To All A Most Happy Holiday
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Miami Beach
To All Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy Chanuka
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Umber it. 1954
^Jenistirtcridiar}
PAGE 13 B
m Named Community Planning
Itee Chairman for 1955 CJA Drive
West Miami Kindergarten
?lans Sunday Program
brnun has been aP-
ihc commu-
,.f the
t h p leration,
I HV>I-
I My-
Mpo i- responsible for
Sonoi the rvicea op-
local I rati m-sup-
I : s"-
f.,,,,1 surveys in ordw
yhelh i
tag tli* basic human
community.
J,rinl.< n> his new post
of interest and train-
lirkl of social science
lj welfare.
| bjs Bai helor of Arts
| Harvard College, with
ociiil sciences. In un-
|w he was president
go fraternity, Sigma
Inrt also was president
jhe collegiate Zionist
fm go years, Thur-
treasurer oi "Thur-
|y" in
'grain
l md distributor
lid products and has
,n> successful husi- special honor on Thurman. appoint Miami will hold ii fifth annual
Ks m foods and re- inii him head ol the "Dehj Iration Chanuka dinner dance al the Shel
and Compression of Foods" Depart- borne hotel on Thursday evening,
K attended summer ment. In 1941. he was associate Dec. 23,7 p.m. In charge of reserva
racuse l niversity and deputy of the War Fund Adminis- tions are Mr, Mullie Coldborg and
tration in Washington, and also di Simpson Rosenberg.
rectecl the Fond Division of OPA
for one year.
Harold Thurman
Kindergarten of Wesl Miami
h Center will offer a pro
at tii
ill be
r
Dubler
ide level
will
; lai Susan Br.
' Bonnie Kalish, Nell
-1'1' Horenstein, Richard Horen
Brill, Mark Aronson,
".....! Aronson,
Richard Glukstad, Susan Grub-
er B irl ara Brass, Carol Ann Pot-
ash, Morn- Susaneck, Linda I oi
rest, Diane Harris .. n d Martha
Kaplan,
Prince will be Stuart Fisher,]
with Alan Brass acting as band-
leader Guardsmen are Andrew
l ini h, David Kalish, Larry Cohen
and Donard Kresdin. Mn Malae
h will be pianist.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
leader, will distribute Chanuka
oiwrbiiw!4ai1 ...GREETINGS
Commercial Bank of Miami

Member Federal Deposit Insurar.cj Corporation
6015 K.W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 7-5744
GREETINGS TO ALL
VUaro Painting 1'oznpanu
your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
1170 S.W. 6th STREET PHONE 82-6158
tor. He was also president of tin
dealers Great** Boston Council of the Jew
lab Centers.
During World War n. the War Diner Dance Due
Food Administration conferred a Detroit Social Club ol Gi
TO ALL
GREETINGS
RUSSELL HOUSE MOVERS
BONDEDINSURED
"No Substitute ior Experience"
PHONE 7-4973
7253 N.W. 1st AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
[i titute at Vassar
mpleted cours-
i ind
ocial plan-
Thurni.m was a trust-
l. Associated Jewish
es and served as chair-
|r,il of the Food Divi-
fund campaigns. He
id a member of Shaw-
thitt city.
s, he served as presi-
l"Jewish Big Brothers
I and is currently the
|ry president of that
Bcti\< participation in
itinn began in 1925,
ently serves as vice
I the national organiza-
I Brothers of America"
ober of their official
reau He was recently
(deliver an address in
ch. where a group was
led to develop a new
[ Association.
is one of the founders
Vocational Guidance
istun ;md has served
Beauty Supply Firm
Co-Sponsors Lectures
Thurman's widespread activity
in Miami nearly equals the record
he has set in his native Boston. He Royal Beauty Supply Company,
is a member of Federation's board Miami and West Palm Beach, was
of governors and executive commit co sponsoring with Bonal and Bo
tee and last year was chairman of nat. Inc.. a group hair styling and
the budget committee. In the 1953 educational program held in
Combined Jewish Appeal. Thurman several cities in Florida, announced
was active in the Winter Residents Albert .1 Hirsch. president of
Division in Coral Gables, where he Royal.
resides. Ray Ree(|_ paN, president of Ala-
Thurman is vice president of Mi bama Hairdressers Association and
ami's Bureau of Jewish Education winner of numerous hair styling
and chairman of their adult educa awards, was the featured attrac-
tion committee. He is a hoard mem- tj(>n at the following public demon-
be r of the Jewish Home for the (rations and lectures:
Aged, the Jewish Centers Associa-1 Sunday and Monday. Dec 5 and
tion and of Temple Israel. He 6. at the Carnival room, Hotel Al-
serves as chairman of the religious cazar. Miami: Tuesday evening,
school committee at Temple Israel fje.irge Washington Hotel. Wesl
He recently accepted the vice Palm Beach,
chairmanship of the Senior Citizens Reed presented to the Royal- ~
Division in the Welfare Planning Bonat audiences a program consist-1 _.
Council. He wi" act as chairman jny of 'Styles of Tomorrow'' and
of "Senior Citizens Weeks" to be "Futuristic Hair Styles'" Officials
Hive committee of the | celebrated Feb. 21-27. t.ted that the chief styltat and
Wish Education there. Thurman numbers among his educations director of Bon. as
icw:,-treasurer of the'other memberships the Harvard also available for private hain
TO ALL
. GREETINGS!!
JANES REALTY COMPANY
Not Incorporated
KENDALL. FLORIDA Phone MO 7-3651
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA Phone 1303
POMPANO BEACH Phone 9815
A. W. JANES, Registered Broker
GREETINGS TO ALL
L. < MORKIS. Inc.
PAVING CONSTRUCTION
2581 N.W. 72nd STREET
PHONE 65-2421
section of the Anti-
eague of B'nai B'rith.
ember of the national
nmittee of the Jewish
lot the New England
^B. Between 1940 and
an was a board mem-
Bllel House at Harvard
ved as vice president
|of Hillel House," the
pile. Mass, Thurman
frsi president of the
pish Community Cen-
Club of Miami, American Jewish ing instruction.
Committee, Technion, YIVO and Hirsch. whose Miami organ.za-
the Greater Miami Jewish Tercen- tion is at 119 NE 6th s .s now ce1-
tenary Committee. Recently, he ebrating his firms 15th ann.ver-
delivered a paper at the General sary.
Assembly of Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds.
Thurman s uncle and father-in-
law is nationally famed Rabbi Sam
uel Thurman, who recently cele-
brated 40 years of service as a rab-
bi in the United Hebrew Temple
in St. Louis.
Thurman's wife, Melanie, is also
active in communal affairs.
The Thurmans have two daugh-
ters. Jane. 17, who is a senior at
a northern preparatory school, and
Debbie. 9, in the fourth grade at
Coral Gables Elementary School.
The Thurmans reside at 3801 Rivi-
era dr. in Coral Gables.
TO ALL
GREETINGS
FRANK BARESE
ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
12428 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI, FLORIDA
"Good Food at Reasonable Prices"
Phone 7-9653
IA MOST HAPPY
pHANUKA
fBgeFs
i shop
J MEN'S STREET
JRTS CLOTHES"
[co Do Leon Blvd.
Ph. 4-6124
t-Holidaya
** Tcwaco
F'rviee
lion Specialists
- Batteries
?T FLAGLER ST. '
Hartley's
Auto Top Sliop
The Best In Materials and
Wofkmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenuo
Phono 3-8997
VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL GREETINGS
Stern Electrical
Engineering
RCA Radios Television
Sales and Service
5138 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone 4-6540
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
TO ALL
MEL JACK HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY .
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phono 2-5197
TO ALL GREETINGS
Wm. D. "Bill" Joyce & Associates
DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT

TO ALL A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
PAUL L. HUTCHINSON
HUTCHINSON SERVICE STATION
1155 Collins Avenuo
PHONE 50-9402
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
. *
* IN LOS ANGELES ........................... IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S
* IN CHICAGO ............................................ IT'S HENRICI'S
* IN NEW YORK ................................................ IT'S LINDY'S
* IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S .
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
No. 1 Lincoln Road Collins Ave. at 21 St.









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FOR LADIES end MEN
Steam Rooms
Turkish Baths
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under suoorvrs'on of
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Dane Charges Julius Roab
Is Nazi and Anti-Semitic
\ SITED \ ITtONS \
Fteaeben, Danish correspondent ;it
the I \ and who R (with
menl against in
luliui Rash e?itb '
i anti
-
1 \
3. Fn
had v'
when Hn
Ttt All... #;r<
Orthodox Rabbis Issue
Injunction Against Move
\>u YORK (AJP) Twelve
Orthodox Rabbit, n pre
i, nlcal Council of
the Rabbinical All!
h.i\ e banted Injunction* i
teflon >'f the
v man nt to altar
the h and la
Beth Din violating
ion
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RADIATORS
REPAIRED CLEANED RECOREO
IkUfJ RADIATOR
SERVICE
203S N.W. 1st AVENUE
Phone 12 1431
Goldmann Hails U.S. Decision
To Review Middle East Policy
PHILADELPHIA JTA The
Iminiatral
. u'w ol it policj in thr Hid-
and I by Df Nabun
GoJdmann, chairman of the Jew-
ish Agency, in an addrt m ben
The Zionist k d bis
(rill result
in a ; ntrtbuting towards
lilt) in the Middle

Director of Joint Defense
Appeal Dead at 43
M \\ YORK ; i i Victor
d exi euti'
i>f th. fi nse \i'i'i ii since
lied mddenly las! wet ,,
Hospital He was 4;f y\ Rffi
old Born in St Louis, he was ac-
me in rnmmiiml) welfare for most
of hi- adult life He w.i- educated
at Washington University of St.
Louis ibm aaaociated with
11m N< York Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropic- in 1936.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
GUNN & GUNN
GENERAL BUILDING
CONTRACTORS
161 N.W. 52nd Street
7-3962
Survey Shows Reduction of
Bigotry in U.S. Elections
NEW YORK n \ The United
v' rable pro-
i"U- prejudice
pectable DOli-
can Jewish Com-
.n a survej ol the
The agree) laid
th..t the reduction of rellgiotti
try in the last election, in con-
it to its prevalence in previous
American- of all
h- much reason for reaurance.
little ground for smugness
Aryan Widow of Jewish
Slave Laborer Claims Pension
LONDON w\s He.lwiR Me
Aryan widow of Jewish
laborer in Germany, com-
plained thi- week m a letter to the
Mi ( timnicle against Berlin's re-
jection of her demand for pen-ion
The woman wrote that the Nazis
had dismissed her hu.-hand in 1933
he -aid. hi' wa- made a
-lave laborer, where hi- health was
ruin.
WELL
DRILLING
-
C A
MO 7-0357
'-TEED
< Impiiia ii
Drill.iit 4350 S.W. 74th Ave.
Ben Gurion Calls Klausner
Greatest Interpreter of Era
TEL AVIV WNS More than
l.ooo I and touristi loaned
last week in paying tribute to Pn>-
n the 0C-
. .
by the ZOA H rk the
wish scholar'i 80th an-
Premier David
irion. ii. hailed
i the
Protection for North African
Jews Sought in Washington
U \SHIMiTON ;JTA) A -tale
merit -ui;i;e-tinK that France should
be a co guarantor, together with
th. tw<> local governments, of any
human right.- conventions agreed
upon for Tunisia and Morocco was
prest ute.l here during the weekend
to the Stall !>. partment and to the
French fimhaieador in the United
Ration of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee.
REST rV/SHES FOR A
HAPPY HOUOAf
Electro
Neon Sign Co.
75 N.W. ttfe STtliT
mum. FioetoA
MM
SEASON S CMTTMCS
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314 RaaUCU
CORAL CARIES FUL
Chicogo Racists Terrorize
Jews, Rabbi Charges
kGO WNS Rabbi Leon-
ard C Mi-hkm. educational direc-
tor of the Aaaoraated Talmud Tor-
aks, declared last week in an open
Martin H Kennelly
that Jew. Chicago- West Side
were being terrorized by anti Se-
mitic hoodlum- and that inade-
quate police protection was being
given to the 20.000 Jew- residing
m the Greater Lawndale District
d^-pite promises of increased po-
lice protection made last summer
to a citizen* delegation.
South Africans Send
Greetings to Now Premier
JOHANNESBURG JTA. The
Board of South African Jewish
Deputies and the Zionist Federa-
tion have sent messages of con-
CrateJations to Johannes G Stry-
does on the occasion of hi* appoint
uses* as Premier of South Africa
"We pray that under >.Ur leader
ship our country may continue to
Prosper d all its people find con
teastsaent and happuit-sv the mes-
declared.
Protests Against Delay of
Indemnification Mount
' I \ IfaM meetings
at which protests were voiced
i Id salmiRg" m the
governnienfl handling of indemni-
fication payments to individual ap-
plicant- were reported here this
week from Hamburg. Duisburg and
Mayence The Hamburg rally, call-
ed by the local Joint Committee
Of I'ersecutee Organizations, heard
Dr H. G van Dam. secretary-gen-
eral of the Council of Jews in Ger-
many, trace the snail's pace legis-
lative progress of the indemnifica-
tion.
No Change Toward Jews
Expected Under New Lender
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) No
change in attitude by the National-
ist Government toward the Jewi-h
community of South Africa is an-
ticipated as a result of the dramatic
choice of 61-year-old Johannes G.
Sto don to succeed Dr. Daniel F
Malan aa head of the party and
Premier of the Union.
Magii- ily
Transfer To.
343* N.W. 9ta AVENUE
PWo* 45 7311
EXTENDS
StASOMi CREETINCS
French Author Fleg Honored
On His 80th Birthday
PARI> JT\ The Society of
Men of Letter- 1 r< nch literary
group, honored Edmond Fleg.
nch Jei-h author and poet.
this week on the occasion of his
Oth birthday The society tender-
ed him a reception at which he was
presented with a special edition of
- nd selected prose
In arranging the reception,
eietj pointed out that thi> is
tfjJB fir-t time in its 130-year his-
tory itui it thus honored any
French writer.
Isroel Hails Sir Winston
Churchill on 80th Birthday
JERUSALEM (WNS) Prime
Minister If win Sharett. on the e
ca-ion of the celebration of the
80th birthday of Sir Winston
Churchill, the British Prime Mm
JRta who on many occasions called
him-eif a Zionist, voiced the ad-
miration of the I-raeli people for
the WflKtor* olde-t. boldest and
greatest statesman in a message to
London.
To Receive High Award
Washington Bnai Brith
President i Medal for Humanitan
anism. the second to be awarded
in the Orders 111 year-old history",
will be presented in San Francisco
to Harry K Wolff on the occasion
i of hu 75th birthday.
EMPRESS HOTEL
SEASON'S CREETINCS TO All
KAY'S RUSSIAN and FINNISH BATHS
'mi
CHARM MODELING A G E N Ctl
CHAR At oW MOMtfNC COURSES for Child,,,, 7m Ass,,.
277 M.'RACIE MILE
EDITH APPLEBAUM, Director
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it*
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& Launderers Inc.
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PH.!
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)ECEMBER 17. 1954
.AL NOTICE
-JewlstncrkHan
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, name ...
Ida. Intendj
the; lerh
| i'...... '-"uniy.
IMAII REALTY CORP
til, |,.,.I K President
i, si jtDGES COURT
ffOH DADE COUNTY.
(in probate
"Ber NO 34197-A
r(i'hi:kts, iii---.-!
Blanche !'.
. heard before
,,, the Court
huiband c.r
from I Mil--
, ,. of Ins IM1
i m -"II years
km Id Petition,
i, raisei pre-
]>,,. .,. nth; and It
tin
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UN
ER FICTITIOUS
LAW
I.-' Hffltl-.ltY niVKN tint
the underslg....... dead Ing to eni
business undei the I
OARDEN in ai,h|-. .,, m,.,,,,, (.!,.
IiIh. Intend* to reglstei ml i nain.
II,.- clerk of Hi.. Clri uli court ..
County, Kim i.i.i
HKNJAMIN rillKKN
JOHNBON, LKVINHo.N A l-KRRl
Attorney! t..r Benjamin Ureen
1I/2K II 1-10-IJ
*^JEfeh&te*~ i^'Bv^t^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREB1 ijlVKN thai
the undersigned, dead Ing to .
bualneaa undei thi rt< til u ia n
Ui\ i iLi, .it MI Mlrai le \iii Coral
i lable i lade I lountj. I- loi Ida i
to reglsi., u hi, t! ,
of the I lit Court ot Dade Count)
Plorlda
HIIJ>KtJARI>K K \\ Klt.sTER
KI'I'.T WEI.I.:--. II
Atti.i ney for Hlldegardi i: ". .
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further
ourl that said Pa-
nil tied to the inat-
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...lent known to be
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|,h..]l iinif |i <"r hearing
|f..uri ..n lh.- 11th day of
\ \[ .it which time
All heal evidence concern -
...i absence ..f the eup-
|fni and the clrcumatanoai
i.....vat
BtTHKH nRDERED thai
pul.lish.il in a new.~-
i : Klorida. once
.....utive weeka
j ,i.,i. m Id hearing.
|;|, (HI KRED at Miami.
i thia Itta da) of
u P BLANTON .
, mnti Judge
a SIMONHOPT
\:-:i- unei
ll
UNDER FICTITIOUS
|NAME LAW
HKRKRV tllVEN thai
|{ii- I ill IU .....ntaitr in
Hi.- iuUih.us name of
All; SKRVICK CENTER
Bayshore Drive, Miami,
si.-i .-.1.1 name with the
Circuit Court of I>adc
ajdl
DAVID II DAVIS
IIY BEl'TEL
(ALAN >KH
I
Rosa
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HERKBY OIVEN
the undersigned,
bualneaa undei the flctltioua name ..f
HURRICANE INN, ..i 1200 .-U" 57th
Avenue, weal Miami, intend to regls-
t.-r mh|ii name aith Hie Clerk of the
circuit Court nf Dade County, I
JOE ALVAREZ and
CI.YDA ALVAREZ tSole 0\
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant*
L'.l- W Plagler HI Miami. Tla
It/t-tO-lT-M
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30895-A
RE: ESTATE ok
AIMM.I'H PRIEDMANN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- hereby given thai I have
filed my final report anil petition fur
Final HlMchiirKe mm Executrix of the
eetate of ADOLPH PRIEDMANN, de-
caaaed: ami that on th.- H day of
Dooambar, IW4, win appu to tin- Hon-
orable w, K. hi.anton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval if M-inl final report and for
final dlacharite aa Executrix of the
KMtate of Al >ol.I'll PRIEDMANN, de-
ceased.
Thia 30 day of November, IM4
M LRIE K. PRIEDMANN
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorney! for Kxeeutrlx
s.-.n Seybold Hldg.. Miami, Pla.
12/2-10-17-24________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iiml-i the flctltioua name of
(JRACO AI'T'i RKNTAI.S. at 1451
WcmI Hauler Sin.!, Miami, Florida,
IntemlK t Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Plorlda
c.KAiii MOTORS, INC.
ley: si.ni.i iSradua. Praaldent
.-.,1 Cohen, TreaMUier
RETMOI'R B. LIEBMAN. ESQ.
Attorney for (Jraco Motora, Inc.
12/1-10-17-24
dade County, Florida
No. 25700
IIK l.-tati; of
ANTHONY MA8H, H.....aged
iCDEr,,?^.'i'TENT,0N T0 MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
M'TH'i: lahereb) given thai 1 have
-I repoel and petition for
i< of the
NTIHiNV MA88A, d.
[' ": '" Ihe M ii.....I Ian
I "l apply to the Honorable
" I HI.A.V PON, Count} .1 idge ol
foi appr.....I of
nal i.,,,,,. ,,,i ,, ,,,,..:
charge i... .,., K..
' I lli'W MA8KA, den
Thli ]0th .lav ,,r November, II i
M VRIE MA88A, I
Ml 1.1:.- IIK1MAN & K ai-I.an
Kxi mi i\
iiold Kldg \l
12 I 1-17-24-Sl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^
NAME LAW
NOTICE lh HEREBY DIVEN ili.it
tin- undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
n l< i the. I ..... of
K V. KINISHKII PLA8TER 'i at
\ w i-'Tili Avenue, i ipa l.. ka,
Florida, Inti nd i to regl
the Clerk ..r the Clri ull C'ourl of
i lade i 'ountj I lorlda
MIRR \ v RCBIN, Hole Owner
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Murraj Rubin
701 Congreaa Building, Ml iml Florida
12 10-17
moos <
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi.- underabjned, dealrlng to angace In
im-ineMs under the flctl.....ii name of
NEORO AMERICAN MORTQAQE
ASSOCIATION, at 2JM Weal Flagler
Htreet, Miami. Ha InlendM to reuiMer
aid in...... arlth the > 'i.-ik of the cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Kim Ida.
KAMI'KI, M. SHACK. Sole Owner
OOLDMAN a.- 01 L1 iSTEIN
Attoi neyi for Reglatranl
tlOJ \\ Flagler SI., .Miami, Kla.
11/26 I2/1-10-17
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
[DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
KANCERY No. 174466
Whiit. Ilalntlff
|>ll.l..\l:li wai.I.acK
Defi lanl
BY PUBLICATION
El' IHI.1.AHD WA1.UCK
SHI
mknown)
IIK.KKBY NOT1KIKD
i-f i'"m|ilaint for Divorce
lleil .u4.i,iist you and you
I to file your anawer In the
111- Clerk of the Circuit
ounty, Plorlda, and a
n-\*. i.n the pialntlff'a
DSKPII ROHENKRANTZ,
ll l.im In Road, Miami
nil. ii hi before the -'7th
nil- i I I If you fail to
Pro Conreaao will be
|lllst \,l|J
I ihis 21th day of
l.l.A TIIERMAN.
lerk
i \VM W HTOCKINO,
ih putj dark
I I.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby civen that
the undesigned, dealrlng to engage in
buMineaa under the fn-tltloua name of
NEYHOl.D SNACK BAR. at 130 So-
bold Arcade Building. Miami Intend
to reglater said name with the C lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
K1rld"- HARRY I.OEB
ANN LOEB
PA PL I.. STEINER
Attorney for Applicants
74.-1 Heyhold Illdg.
12/1-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THt COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 34160-A
In Hi ESTATE OF
.111.IIS B KAHAN, I'......I
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalmi or Demands Ajjjalnal Bald
i: late:
You, .mil each of youf are hi
notified and required to present any
lainiM and demands which you, or
either of you, ma) have agatnal the
estate of .ll'l.ll'S B KAHAN. de-
i late of Dade County, Fiorlda.
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 data of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the lei:al a dress of the claimant and t,, be SWOrn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
win he barred.
Data December 6. A.I'. 1*54.
As Executrix Of the Last Will
and Testament of
JULIU8 II KAHAN.
i ', .-., Bed,
IRWIN E Kiil'T. of
MYERS HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
12/10-17-21-11______________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32435 B
RE: ESTATE i IF
lllll.ll' SHL.ACKMAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have
filed my final reporl and petition for
l'.n.ii Discharge aa Administrator of
Hi. estate of I'lllMI' BHLACKMAN,
d; and thai on the 27th da] of
December, 1954, will appl) to the Hon-
orable PRANK B. DOWLlNO, County
Judge of Dade County, Plorlda, for
approval mi ~,,;,i final reporl and for
final discharge aa Admlnlstrati
the Estate of PHILIP BHLACKMAN,
This 24th day of November, l!r,4.
MORRIS BHLACKMAN,
Administrator
MAX !: SILVER
Attorney for AdmiuiHtrator
It .l-Hi-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l.W UEKKHY U1VKN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
bualneaa undar the fictitious name *'
JAMES i" an,I ll' STORES, at
1200-1201 N.W. Jrd Ave., Miami, Plor-
lda, int.-mis to raglatai said name
with the Clerk of the circuit court of
Dade County, Plorlda.
edward mehler
Bernard hutner
Al tol ri.-\ for Applicant
12 10-17-14-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under lh.. fkriuiotis name ol'
COAHT I.AMI- AND PURNITURE
MPQ. CO., at 270 N.E. CSth 8t., Miami,
int.-ii,Is to regTlatar said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOP IS K.ISKNBKHU, Owner
CLIFFORD PERLMAN
AttorneJ for Applicant
fi8S Alihoii A
11/2* 12/3-10-17
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
1 desiring to engage in
Pier the fictitious name of
P-UVH'K. at 6670 B.W. 4th
intends to reflate*1 said
Hi- Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida.
N I'.IIOOKS WILLIAMS
IAR8
Applicant
Ikler St,
1-10-17
IIFICUIT COURT OF THE
1CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
fc No. 173fOO
K0RERT8, Plaintiff
JpKROnERTS, Defendant
It BY PUBLICATION
Mai Roberta
I'nkn
nwn
HEREBY
M Complaint
ilnsl
til
, I.,
NOTIFIED
for Divorce
you, and you
a copy of vour
',; i-iaintiffs attorney,
. MM Seylndd Bullillng.
'' ni.I file the original
").' "'lice of the i 'I. rk of
1'"in on mi before the
i ....."her, 1954; otherwise.
"; said Bin of Com-
''' I'ken as ...nl. ..I
day of Novemhei,
I 'I IIKKMAN.
ill Court
pi) \\ \| w HTOCKINO,
JpePUt) Clelk
. i. -.,
, I'laiiitiff
|-10-17
nam|RlawCTIT,OU8_
1 [IERKBT CIVI-N thai
" 'llilng to engage In
K-'u !'" fictitious name of
[ER MARKET, at (45 N.W.
Ithi Mnrt," to rattotar aald
1 1. ik of the Circuit of
..Plorida
M{! NIAVKHH. Role Owner
^Nathan Mayer.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the und.rslKiicl. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
REGENT PALACE APARTMfcNTS,
at m:iii9-mi7 Collins Avenue, Burfalde,
Kla., Intends to r.gi-ier said name
with the Cl.rk nf the Circuit I ourt of
Dade County. I-lorlda
CAROL LEE AITS IN'
A Florida C........atlon
Bj Julius W Dlttman, \ Ice i ics.
BPKNK'ir BOTH
Attoroe) i-i Carol Lea Apia., inc.
420 Lincoln Road
11/1-10-17-X4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33927-A
In He- ESTATE OF
DAVID METER, Deceased
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
i-lniuiH and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of I'AVIH MEYER, deceased
Ute of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorahle County Judges .,f Dade
Conntv. and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse in
Had.- County. Klorida. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contai nthe legal ad-
dresa of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be harred.
Hat.- I'ecemher AD. 19.i4.
DAVID RIFAS. .,
As Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of
DAVID MEYER. Deceased.
I1EOROE CHERTKOP
Attorney for Executor
12 10-17-24-81_______________________.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174844
ANNETTE WALLMAN, Plaintiff.
vs,
ANNIE M. CURTIS8, if alive, and
CURTISS, her hush,ml.
if alive, al sis.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANNIE M CURTIS, if alive and
CCRT188, her hualiand.
If alive ADDRESS UNKNOWN
All unknown spouses, heirs, de-
\ is.-es, legatees, grantees, trus-
tees, .issign.es, li.-nors. succes-
sors, In interest, creditors, or oth-
er ilaimanis. claiming by,
through, under or agaln.st any of
flu- above and foregoing dafand-
anta, or either of them or other-
wlae. All unknown parties having
or claiming to have any right,
title or Interest In and to the
property involved In thia suit.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been filed .mains! you
in the above styled court to "UPIET
THE TITLE to the following describ-
ed property, to wit : __
l/.ts S ami '.I Block S of 1 I.EI.AH
according to the plat thereof, re-
corded in I'lat Book in. page 16.
Of the Public Records of Dade
County. Klorida.
and you are hereby required lo serve
a copy of Mini- anawer or other plead-
ings on the Plaintiff's Attorney, JO-
SEPH PARI'o. Hit Seybold Bldg.. Mi-
ami. Pla., and file the original in the
offli a of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before Ihe 10 day of January,
1955. otherwise the allegation* of laid
bill of complaint will 1- taken ha con-
fessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Kla., this s day of December, 1954.
ll B. I.KATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: M. c. ORBBN,
fCircuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
12/10-17-24-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s under the fictitious name of
BACKSTAGE LOUNGE, at ISO B.E
1st Street, Miami, intend to register
mii,| name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorida.
JAMES C. THOMAS
W. .1. ROD YOUNG
KE88LER GARS
ALtirrneya for Applicants
17M W, Klagler St.
11/26 12,3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SONNTAO'H FLAMINGO KOSHER
RE8TAPRANT AND CATBRER8,
and PLAKtNOO RESTAPHANT, at
741 Washington Ave., intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Klorida.
ARTlll'R. INC.. Sole Owners
MA LVIN ENI; 1 -A NI >ER
Attorney for Applicants
311 Lincoln Rd.
12/10-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
business under the Bctltlou'i name or
I 41'NDUtlMVT OP M AMI 111.A! II.
at vis Dr. n.i Avenue. Miami Beach,
no,',la. taWniaV reglater jald ......;
with the Clerk of the Circuit I "Ult of
Dade County. Klorida...... ......
ALBERT SIIENWI.A I lll-.R
Sole Owner
12/3-10-17-24______________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2B592-B
RK: ESTATE OP
IDA HE1TNER, Deceased .,-_
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
* DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein green lhal Jja
have filed our final r.-,-.,. an. !' I-
Final Discharge aa A
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33640
In Re: ESTATE oK .
HI'NI'.Y 8CHECHTER. Deceased
"notice to creditors
To All Creditors and All Perapna Hal -
ing Clalmi or Demands Against saw
You? and each of you are hereby
notified ..nd required to present any
, 1,1ms ami demands whli n
either of >-ou. mav have f'nf'
eatate of HENRY HCHEl HThR.
ceased late of Dade i ounty, no
,.....,. Honorable County Judgi
I,,,,i.. county, and file the same \
I heir offices iii the County oiirthoiise
S Dad" County, Horlda within elgh
calendar months from theSuta of the
first publication hereof, Said clalmi
, demand! to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and tp be iworn
",'., p,..sel.-.l as afM,.;sa,.l._orsa.e
will be barred. Bee Section 11.11 <'t
the
.....
Florida,
l*S4,
the 194'. Probate Act.
Date December ,. A l '
KIRT WELUSCH
ESTELLE c, KELLER
as i-o-Adminislratois ,f
Kn'rV'schkchtkk
the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the nctmous.name of
E ft J CI.i:aSI:I{S, at 3626 N.W. 7th
St Miami. Intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT BROWN, Sole Owner
HAROLD BTRUMPP
Attorney for Applicant
547 Seybold Bldg.
U/M 12/3-10-17
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IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 24922
RE: ESTATE OP
MARY PoLK SI'LLIVAN, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final reiwrt and petition for
l'i;..i I Discharge aa Administrator De
Bonls -Non of the estate of MARY
Pol.K SI'LLIVAN, deceased; and that
on the 22nd day of December. U54,
will apply to the Honorable W. P.
III.ANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Klorida. for approval of said
final report and for final ills, barge a*
Administrator De Ron Is Non of the
Estate of MARY POLK SULLIVAN.
deceased.
This ISth day of November. 1954.
JAMES P. SI'LLIVAN. M.D.
Administrator De Bonls Non
THOMAS A. HORKAN
Attorney for Administrator D.B.N.
11/26 12/3-10-17
leceased.
BEYMOUR SIM"\.
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- Note- The following
"of Maccbees VII II
re^e* the P>rit rtf tna-
T a,,)t,r, f (l-fortitude,
, and faith manifested by
fcure and tradition of Ju-
hroughout the ages.)
came to pass that seven
also with their mother
[the king's command taken
amefully handled with
Jand cords, to compel them
|of the abominable swine's
lit one of them made him-
-pokesman and said,
| thou ask and learn of us?
L ready to die rather than
K the laws of our fathers.
(king fell into a rage, and
|jed to heat pans and cal-
nd when these forthwith
bed. he commanded to cut
[tongue "f him that had
lir spokesman, and to scalp
I to cut off his extremeties,
(of his brethren and moth-
pK mi And when he was
[aimed, the king command-
ing him to the fire, beim?
and to fry him in the
|d as the vapor of the pan
ar. I hey and their mother
prted one another to die
lying thus: The Lord God
and in truth is entreat-
as Moses declared in his
Rich witnesseth against the
their faces, saying; And
[be entreated of His serv-
then the first had died af-
htanner. they brought the
to the mocking; and they
[ft the "kin with the hair
Wj him Wilt thou eat, be-
|boil> be punished in every
But In answered in the
hi his fathers and said to
to Wherefore he also un-
[the next torture in succes
[the fir-t had done. And
was at the last gasp, he
[ou miscreant, doest thou
Us out of this present life.
i^Jewislb-IEIIioiriidliiQuo
MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1954
SECTION C
CHANUKA AND THE STORY Of THE HEROIC MACCABEES
Hannah and Her S
even oons
s
Ancient Jewish Youths Sacrifice Their Lives to Tyranny Rather Than Do
Obeisance to the Pagans; Saga ot Chamika Highlights Eternal Reward of a Great Tradition
her fathers, My son. have pity upon
me that carried thee nine months
in my womb, and gave thee suck
three years, and nourished and
brought thee up unto this age. and
sustained thee. I beseech thee, my
child, to lift thine eyes unto the
heaven and the earth, and to see
all things that are therein, and thus
to recognize that God made them
not of things that were, and that
the race of men in this wise cometh
into being. Fear not this butcher,
but, proving thyself worthy of thy
brethren, accept thy death, that in
, the mercy of God I may receive
(Jhee again with thy brethren.
But before she had yet ended
speaking, the young man said,
Whom wait ye for? I obey not the
commandment of the king, but I
hearken to the commandment of
the law that was given to our fath-
ers through Moses. But thou, thou
hast devised all manner of evil
against the Hebrews, shalt in no
wise escape the hands of God. For
able memory; for when she looked
on seven sons perishing within the
space of one day. she bore the sight,
with a good courage for the hopes wp are suffering because of our
that she had set on the Lord. And own sins; and if for rebuke and
chastening our living God had been
angered a little while, yet shall He
she exhorted each one of them in
the language of their fathers, filled
with a noble temper and stirring
up her womanish thought with i aa1n be reconciled with His own
manly passion, saying unto them, j servants. But thou. O unholy man
' I know not how ye came into my and of all most vile, be not vainly
womb, neither was it I that bestow-
ed on you your spirit and your life,
and it was not I that brought into
order the first elements of each one
of you. Therefore the Creator of
lifted up in thy wild pride with
uncertain hopes, raising thy hand
against the heavenly children: for
not yet has thou escaped the judg-
the world, who fashioned the gen-1 ment of the Almighty God that
eration of man and devised the! seeth al| things For these our
generation of all things, in mercy ... ,___
giveth back to you again both your \ brethren' hav,ng endurcd a short
spirit and your life, as ye now Pa'" that bnngeth everlasting life,
contemn your own selves for His have now died under God's Cove-
laws' sake. But Antiochus, think
ing himself to be despised, and sus-
nant; but thou, through the judg-
ment of God. shall receive in just
Israeli youngsters lift their voices in happy song in Petach
Tikvah, greeting the arrival of Chanuka.
the fourth in like manner. And God; but hold thou on thy way,
ting of the world will raise being come near unto death he I and behold His sovereign majesty,
kho have died for His laws.' ^ thus; j, h good t0 dit, at the now it win torture thee and thy
leternal renewal of life.
after him was the third
Imocking-stock. And when
(required, he quickly put
tongue, and stretched forth
|s courageously, and nobly
om heaven I possess these;
[Hi- laws' sake I contemn
pd from Him I hope to re-
i ick again; insomuch
|king himself and they that
pni-hed at the young man's
that he nothing regarded
khen he too was dead, they
|ly handled and tortured
hands of men and look for the seed.
hopes which are given by God. that
we shall be raised up again by him;
for as for thee, thou shalt have
no resurrection unto life.
And after him they brought the
sixth. And when he was at the
point to die he said. Be not vainly
deceived, for we suffer these things
And next after him they brought j for our own doings, as sinning
I
But he looked toward the things are to come to pass
iou shs
authority among men, though thou unpunished, having assayed
pecting the reproachful voice,' measure the penalties of thine ar-
whilst the youngest was yet alive, rogancy. But- I. as my brethren,
did not only make his appeal to give up both body and soul for the
him in words, but also at the same laws of our fathers, calling upon
time promised with oaths that he God that He may speedily become
would enrich him and raise him gracious to the nation; and that
to high estate, if he would turn
from the customs of his fathers,
and that he would take him for his
friend and intrust him with affairs.
But when the young man would
in no wise give heed, the king call-
ed unto him his mother, and ex-
thou amidst trials and plagues may-
est confess that He alone is God;
and that in me and my brethren
thou mayest stay the wrath of the
Almighty, which hath been justly
brought upon our whole race.
But the king, falling into a rage.
,,,, : horted her that she would counsel handled him worse than all the
the fifth, and shamefully handled ( against our own God: marvel(
ooked toward the [ things are to come to pass
king and said: Because thou hast think not thou that thou shalt be
him.
rt thyself corruptible, thou doest
what thou wilt; yet think not that
race hath been forsaken of
our
W- but'lhe ,ad t0 save himself And when rest' being exasPcrated at nis mock"
| he had exhorted her with many ing. So he also died pure from
'words, she undertook to persuade pollution, putting his whole trust
j her son. But bending toward him,'. in the Lord.
t tTbov" an'was the mother laughing the cruel tyrant to scorn And last of all after her sons the
marvellous and worthy of honor- she spake thus in the language of! mother died.
Devoted to Zionism and the Rights of World Jewry
Nahum Goldmann on His Sixtieth Birthday
[By SAM BROWN
JTA
ahum Goldmann, at sixty,
(disputed leader of world
eyond the borders of Is-
adership came to him, in-
as a consequence of h'is
|ity and of events which
to precipitate him into
k>r of Jewish affairs at a
eriod in history,
goldmann has devoted his
Zionism and the struggle
fsh, nshts To these causes
Is remarkable talents as a
list and negotiator. He
a gift for powerful, in-
eech that cuts through the
[doubt and confusion. Pri-
k.c is a realist. He will com-
in face of reality but will
Imporize. When reality dic-
fld moves he is daring.
autumn of 1946, when the
situation had reached an
! and the gates of immigra-
te shut tight, Dr. Goldmann
partition a viable Jew-
in part of Palestine. It
and foresight for a
Deader to make such a pro-
[that time. Partition wasn't
Oea and it wasn't popular.
M great sacrifices on the
|a people who had endured
dented suffering. Nor was
1> Kuarantee that this pro-
lould be acceptable to the
[owers in whose hands the
Palestine ultimately rested,
-uldmann, however, was
convinced that partition, with all
its faults, was the only solution
that conformed to reality. He con-
vinced his colleagues on the Zion-
ist Executive. Then he flew to
Washington where he discussed
the problem with the President of
the United States and the Secre-
tary of State. Dr. Goldman* came
to Washington, not as a suppliant
, but as a statesman of the Jewish
people conveying a proposal whicn
represented a compromise in the
j interests of peace but also the nun-
! imum that Jewry was prepared to
'accept. He left Washington witn
assurances of American support,
i Dr. Goldmann was the target ot
criticism for his actions. But he
wisdom of his stand was vindicated
by the history of the months that
followed. The realities of the Pal-,
estine situation, viewed at first
hand, convinced the United Na
tions Special Commission on fai
estine (UNSCOP) that partition wa,
the only workable solution. Acting
on the majority report of that
body, the United Nations General
Assembly worked out the partition
plan which, on November 29. W-
was adopted.
Dr. Goldmanns personal role in
the creation of the Jewish State
was overshadowed by the enormity
of the event. Prominent as a Zi
nut figure in Europe almost since
his adolescence, he was less known
to American Jewry when in the
winter of 1949 he beaded the re-
organized Jewish Agency Execu-
tive in New York.
At this juncture, however, a new
task confronted him. This was to
press the claims of Israel and
world Jewry for the material dam-
ages inflicted upon Jews by W
Third Reich. Speaking in Balti-
more as early as 1941, when the
world had only a faint inkling of
the enormity of Nazi crimes
against the Jews. Dr. Goldmann
enunciated the principle that the
Jewish people as a whole were
entitled to receive restitution for
Nazi depredations. In the summer
of 1951. ten years later, he met
with repres.ntat.ves ot */**
German government and laid be-
fore them for the first time, the
Jewish peoples demand for com-
pensation.
Dr. Goldmann was acting in ac^
cordance with the princip le restitution which was established
bv the Western Allies in 1943. But
once more he encountered criti-
Ctan There were many Jews who
,lt strongly, and quite sincerely,
hat to ask restitution from the
gJnuL to have any contact with
then whatsoever, was to dishonor
the memory of six million Jews
who perished under the Nazi heel.
Other groups, whose motives were
political, resorted to personal
ahlIS,.. Among these were the
, mmunists for whom the idea of
restitution was an anathema be-
cause if the principle were estab-
lished with Germany, it would ap-
ply equally to the material losses
of Jews in the Soviet Union and
Its satellite countries.
Dr. Goldmann declared, time and
again, that it would be immoral
not to demand compensation for
material damages, for that, in ef-
fect, would leave criminals the
profit of their loot. He also strong-
ly rejected the suggestion that to
negotiate a material settlement
with the Germans would imply
Jewish forgiveness of German
crimes. Such forgiveness, he stat-
ed, is not possible in this genera-
tion.
On both these points. Dr. Gold-
mann expressed the feelings of the
majority of Jews in Israel and the
Western World. In the autumn of
1951. he invited representatives of
major world Jewish organizations
to discuss the problem of restitu-
tion. At this meeting, in New York
on October 25, twenty-two organi-
zations joined forces to establish
the Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany.
The Conference constituted a
"central address" of the Jewish
people. It also represented the
united efforts of Jewry to secure
justice from the Germans. As
President of the Conference, Dr.
Goldmann was once more plunged
into the center of events.
Dr. Goldmanns meetings with
Chancellor Adenauer in London in
I December, 1951, set the stage for
Dr. Nahum GaUmmna
. uni'npvtti leader
the negotiations at The Hague
which opened the following March.
Goldmann was not a member of
the Jewish negotiating team. But
he remained close at hand. When
the Hague talks broke down on
April 9. he personally intervened
with Chancellor Adenauer and oth-
er top officials of the West Ger-
man Government. Goldmann's in-
tervention resulted in the first con-
crete offers from the Germans
which became the basis for re-
sumption of The Hague talks on
June 28. 1952.
Here was the irony of history at
work. Dr. Nahum Goldmann was
educated in Germany. He holds de-
grees from Heidelberg. Marburg
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Barney Medfntt. a Jewish and studied in Jacksonville, where for Israels evil
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, ..,.. hi~i exn -h pride and pleasure he was a memberJ.o*ether with my I bark AmerifJ..**
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from Atlanta, Who settled in Israel. Bi'l Katx had to forget AtlanU. his than in America. Ytm i,
And not just any hmdsman. but a B'nai B'rith \naih Organization, want to. I want to.any
momluT of my basketball team. nd the basketball games in Atlan i feel no worse i a,
One ol those whom I taught to play ta He enrered military service He America Maybt feng
basketball in Atlanta" | wanted to be a pih* and he became ,
Mr Merlrrtfz was" coach of the 'one During the war yeara he was
basketball team of which the pilot a bomber pilot, fighting the Nazis.' f ,*7V' J^S
wai once a member Both of them and he directed .the bombing of '"'*"" M
had been members of the B'nai many German cities and military
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lant,a. Thev had not seen one an- j
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War II And now. after many ye.
of separation, they have met again,
high in the sky aboard an El Al air-
plane; one of them a leader of At-
lanta's Jewish community, and the
other a pilot who has made his
home in Israel
Withou' any tho-i^ht for the con
s'inl J..------- '" ; h'' '' :i
\ hich he ho nevertheless
cne out of the war un*ouihed.
1 it hcu. and wit1, .Uj medals
i ei- iwa< >r heroism ant for
i fectr "linn aeain-st th- enemy.
' e wa dJsehataH tew yean
a 'er the war. but just the-n the
They met. and recognized one an-i >raDs began their wa- against Is
other at first glance As usual, they
began to ask about the years when
they had not seen another, about
mutual friends, and also about
r jel. He was schnnVd as a pilot, he
had combat experience, he was a
j +and so be va* drawn to hlp
the Jews in I rael to win their
their respective ways of life in the I s niggif He vo unteered in the Is
present. I raej Air Force, and he did his
"Come with me, and we'll have a .
talk with him." the good-natured ; u^' ,. '
Atlant.n says to me as he invites The Israel A.r Force was then
me to meet the pilot in his cabin,
at the very nose of the airplane.
The pilotWilliam Katzis hap-
py to see us He turns the controls
over to his co-pilot, gets out of his
seat at the front of the plan, and
comes toward us as we stand in a
new and poorpoor in planes and
in experienced fliers. And so he
remained there until he was no
longer needed. When he left the
Israel service, he was commander
of an air base in the Jewish State.
corner. The cabin, so small that one nOWi the commander of that air
can hardly turn around in it is ^ k ,grae|-born flier. Now.
full of instruments which regulate
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houses a crew of fourpilot, co-
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watch all the while the plans is in
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"Bill." says his friend from At-
lanta, turning toward him and
peaking in a tone of friendly affec-
all the fliers in the Israel Air Force
are native-born.
He left the military flying scrv
ice in Israel, but he did not want
to leave Israel itself. During the
time he had served as a military
pilot and air base commander, the
Jewish State had become a part of
his existence. Certainly, life in
tion. "tell us something about your-1 America is richer and more com
self and about your life in Is- fortable; certainly, he had dream
rael."
The pilot, an imposing figure in
his gold striped uniform, smiles
shyly, like a schoolboy.
What is there to tell." he says
after I am introduced to him. "I
ed all his life of a good future for
himself in his native land. But not
after he bad settled into Israel life
Those few years of service in Israel
had planted in him a tremendous
love for the land. He married a na
an aMo^ether different
Thi i> no Amenoi
, man of :;3. hutinoMa
lmrt I..' ?,o yean
He came to Israel)
10 with tk i
nl come ther* I
it work*"* 'tit, r.otoaljt
he-'i' there all over i
is i ven thinkinc -leil a-aii.
'" "h children It ft
vith a 'lit!** money
i\ "n. he livei ;nit
' iv. four beds ii a I
Id"'-1- J-w. in the'
"rem"'' oiout. and thtl
biosphere in Israe. laJ
his outlook and mahj
younger than he did Bl
Without worriet,
pleased with the mi
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one thing bothers hial
he intends to many. I
she is quite
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Wh> does ^ *!
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He vuspecMhatslel
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that back in Amend k|
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that his money shoJ]
1 new wife after his (
not help him to <*
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By S. MARTIN
Seven Art
Lfive years ago, in the
1 of 1929, a university
excitedly handed over a
to the then literary
Vienna's "Neue Freie
he late Paul Wertheimer.
kus week passed until he
Ewer: his article had been
[for publication.
quarter of a century I
L^call the thrill of break-
[print-as though it were
kerday. And I recall my
that, in the times of Theo-
was the most influen-
paper of Central Europe,
., with the waning of old-
liberalism, had declined
Eance after the first World
.il was just one of dozens
writers who had worked
Lffy cubicles of this dark,
|c,id building on Fichte-
quarter of a century be-
lanother university student'
questioned in a rough
the guard in his glass
Bd, after the grilling, had
ten allowed to mount the
Inner Sanctum, to edi-
desk his name was
Nig."
Bed strange to Dr. Alfred
observe how much the
I changed in these twenty-
Hitler was as yet known
feared less outside Cen-
ope. Depression had not
lfed the world, and even
[ardent Zionists woi'.d con-
for the time being, a
ate was little more than a
we were sitting in his
studio in a midtown ho-
I me that, to him, it was
miraculous thing to look
Broadway's hustle and
hat the grim shadows of
^opc, with its prisons and
ktion camps, were still
his memory, despite the
: time.
come back to my first
cause it dealt with one of
figures of world litera-
ls I had praised the warm
the deep understanding
nature, as revealed by
and dramatist, Gerhart
rm who had just come to
ur ilie premiere of one of
Four years later, the
I Ik Weavers," regarded
|;>r i,| liberalism and the
' ideal, t h e friend of
-, including his English
Ludwig Lewisohn, was
|he first intellectuals to
pgiance to Hitler. Return-
a meeting with the
lie told the press that
bands with Hitler had been
|est experience in his life.
not consider the late
Jn an evil man. He was
veak, almost spineless
like the majority of German and
Austria* intellectuals f ho surren-
dered tfl the evil instead of chal-
lenging it to a fight."
Realizing that his native Austria
was doomed, Werner got himself a
though it was again to be, for a
full year, life behind barbed.wires.
But the transit camp for refugees
at Richborough. Kent was no
Dachau. It was at Richborough that
I learned to appreciate the excel-
passport in 1933, and began to gtu-1 lpnt qualities of the British people
dy the map of Europe. But, like who came there as friendly visitors'
many people, he stayed on, hop-! as teachers, and later as army offi-
ing, against reason, that the grue-' cers when part of the camp and its
some dictatorship would collapse population were made part of His
because, as a wit once put it, one' Majesty's Armed Forces. It was at
can do everything with a bayonet this camp that I was married, by
except sit on it. But the Nazis knew a rabbi from Berlin, to the compan-
more efficient weapons to use, and ion of my youth, Gertrude Bach, a
Werner was among those thou-, physician, who had followed me to
sands of Austrian Jews and liberals England, and would share with me
who, for five years, sat like flies; loyally the strenuous years of
mesmerized by a spider, watching work and worry in the United
the development of a tragedy, un-j States until her untimely death in
til it caught up with them. In those' 1952."
five years he kept busy, neverthe! n. __-_ ....
less, serving his apprenticeship in r(1(rv ,!T[ """IT '" h."
journalism as an editor of "Gerich- T "^nf y *hrou.eh h,s work in
the field of art criticism and his-
tory. His articles on painters and
then on the staff of "Die Stimme." I g!?ggiS.^?*h?-' J*
organ of the Zionist organization. I ^E"' hi. ^k, ," ^
Theoretically in the Dollfuss-Schus-' Pi s publ,c lect.us
u i nave added to the awareness of the
chn.gg era Austrian Jewry was importance the Fine Arts ^
st.ll free, and Jews were still teach- ought (0 pl in the ,.fe > *
>ng at the university, writing But he is more anxious ,0 j
hooks, selling merchandise but everybody who will listen what the
the Swastika cast its shadow more; United States has given him than
and more ominously over this land ,to list his own contributions:
where democracy had been replac- J "In the past fourteen years, I
ed by an Austrian brand of camou- have found here astonishingly lit-
tle anti-Jewish bias. As a matter of
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tigkeit," and anti-Nazi weekly
edited by a Catholic women, and
flaged Fascism.
"In the weeks following the
Anschluss t h e 'kind Viennese
heart' proved to be, what we Jews
always suspected, nothing more
than a myth. The Austrians needed
no coaxing on the part of their
record. I have, instead, been re-
ceived here cordially by everyone,
and the fact that I was a Jewish
refugee from Hitler's Europe open-
j ed many doors to me. ManyChris-
tians and Jews paved the way for
me in this, at first, strange land,
to enable me to make use of what-
Teutonic liberators as far as mal- \ ever talent as a writer I brought to
these shores. It was, nevertheless,
an up-hill fight. To translate one's
thoughts into another language is
difficult enough, but to find ex-
treating their Jewish neighbors was !
concerned."
But Dr. Werner does not wish to
dwell on this dark period, nor on
the months spent in the Dachau
concentration camp:
"Life started again for me from
the moment I set foot in England,
LaoVJf lewisofcn
. Haaptmonn betrayeo
pressions, in a new language, to
convey feelings is an even harder
task. Yet every writer, except for
the reporter who deals in straight
facts alone, must express himself
in whatever he writes, must bare
his own emotions if he wishes to
strike a chord in his reader's heart.
To get to the core of the English
language, I read a great deal, espe-
cially the 18th century essayists,
and 19th century prose works
written, not in haste, but in that
leisurely mood of search and con-
templation which, to a man who,
like myself, has to write a lot. and
always under pressure, seems a
most enviable luxury."
We asked Dr. Werner what ad-
vice he might be able to give to a
young writer, after having prac-
ticed his craft for a quarter of a
century:
"My advice isto write, write,
without ever stopping. Just as a
pianist has to practice every day in
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(Editor's Note: I>r Elmer. nOW
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Inf tifura m Um Zionist ne**-
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,-i of iIm three remaining wr-
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Bert! wrote In hi- "Jewish State-
thai be waa profoundl) convinced
,.t i W but thai be 'l"l not
know whether the truth ol nil Idea
would prevail during hia lifetime.
ii, forecast thai the men who had
launched the movemenl would
hard!} live to m e it- glorioua eon
summation bul that already the ba
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;, centun has paaaed alnce the 4th
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death -hoik,,I and aggrieved ua
v h Herxl repo* on a hill over
looking Jeruaalem which ia called
after him a- one "f Herzi's eoa-
temporariea I ahould like to recall
some "f mj meetings iih him.
I remember thai when he appear-
ed al the Inaugural meeting <>f the
Find Zionist Congraaa, he was re-
ceived with auch enthusiasm ;- l
witnessed never before and never
afterwards, although in the course
..i yean i was present .,t many Jew-
ish and international gatherings.
rheodor Bertl was standing before
, with bowed head and ac-
claimed by unending applause He
had not vet spoken a word, but ev
erybodj wa- impressed by hia magf
nificenl peraonaUtj and the noble
mission he had taken up. Some-
bodj cried "Jecbl Hamelech" (long
tivethe Kingi and quite a lee be
lieved in this moment of ecstacy
that the Messiah himself, the re-
deemer "I Israel, was standing be-
fore us; many among those, pres-
ent wept and 1 too COUld not con
trol m> tears,
One "i the secrets of Herri's suc-
cess tt.i- the e\ti.,ordinary beaut)
til in- appearance which did not
fail to impress .,1-" the might) and
powi rful ol the world In my da)
dreams l see Her/i before itv
.visited Herzl in Vienna, in the of
ties of sh^Weekly "Dm wit" edit
,d by him There rnlade^nho the
acquaintance of Herri's father who
w,,- a portly gentleman. In the
course ol our conversation*Herzl
asked me about my impression of
the Congress. As a matter of course
and in accordance with the truth
I replied that the Congress had
riven me profound satisfaction and
filled DM with joy but I ventured
also the remark that in our almost
Messianic enthusiasm we had ex-
pected the revelation of a final re-
demption. Herri ro.se and said al-
ino-t trembling with anger and
pointing his finger at me: "You
Jen You have waited" two thou-
-.iiiil yean and now you cannot
,ut two years more?" I was sur
prised b) tin- answer. Already af-
ter tWO >ears' Some time alter
warda Herri again spoke of similar
l rue hunt before the Maccdbean-
1:1 London In his writings he aa
se--ed the period which would pa--
until U*R realisation of his iden
from five to fifty years. His eatl
pro\ed to be correct. It wa-
in the memorable night from the
29th to the 30th of November 1947
lilty yean after the first Con-
gress that the prophecy became
true.
It must have been at the .time of
the First Congress. The affair
Dreyfus was occupying everybody
p;m.jt. -
en
m
Theodsr Herri
. eitriiriiMni
I readily ..needed Durinjsd
in Vienna, ihis delegation 1
courae Inoperative,
The above mentioned i
and Herri's sympathy with the un- which 1 had heen invited*/
fortunate Jewish officer was well
known It happened in the lobby
before the Congress Hall. Herzl
holding a paper in his hand mount
ed a chair. Immediately numerous
Congress delegates gathered round
him. guessing that Herzl would an-
nounce something important. He
informed us. pointing to the paper
in his hand I have forgotten
whether it was a news-sheet or a
telegram o; the auspicious inter
1 vention of the French Colonel Piq-
uart whose name was at that time
already familiar to us. The con-
tents of Henl's announcement in
dicated a decisive turn towards the
Melon of the truth. Herzl con-
cluded with a cheer for Piquart.
During my stay in Vienna im
mediately after the First Congress.
HertJ invited me to take part in a
took place in the flat of hi
kesch u'i i u... at that tistf
in bed Herzl wai ... a i
course, in th.' chair, Osei
mam item- of the agendai
than Birnhaum's appoint!
Secretary General of the!
Organization which was
by Kremi netzki 1 Rill rail
discussion "ii this ca
Herzl bad -,>mc misghs
said that he esteemed
very mu< h .,- an author. I
he ha ..- to h:> I
this office According to aaj
promise resolution B.ratoaB'j
pointed (or one >ear oil
tion It ppi wed ratheri
Herzl- judgment hadbeeni
Nathan Birnhaum had betil
predecessor in Zionism andi
he did not feel well in hisi
He tendered h:- re-ienaunI
. thi lapse ol the tall,
It Is wi .: known that
todaj after the lapse ol more that '" of the Sma11 Actions Com-,he ch .ew,nofca1
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Holiday Greetings
To Oor Many Patrons
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yea an I In ar thi -ound of
in- voice ih>' contenta l hie ad
lo the iir-t Congress, Intro-
ducing a n< w en in Jewish history,
which wa- a masterpiece of hia
noble style and diction, has lett
an indelible tn.irk on my memory
I her, is no doubt that also the
-oh equenl speech of Max Nordau
made a profound impression. It
contained many deep thoughts hut
What Herri said without the ges-
tures of an orator but full of genu
me emotion was like the outpour-
ing of the soul of ii prophet.
Alter m) return from Basle 1
mittee which consisted of 7 mem- Ms ,,, and became
bers. The Large Actions Commit Acher The anta.
tee numbered 23 memben elected nin, !in,| Herzl was
b) the Congress and I. as the rep- n.;i0\ ., i, First (ita|
..live of the Bucovina, was had understanding for
one of them. The number of ISIsusceptibilities He**M
u.i- taken from Jewish tradition, great erudition, in partwarl
being identical with that of the found Jewi-h scholar but b|
members of the Small Syphedrin.
Members from abroad could be rep-
resented by colleagues residing in
Vienna Nassauer. Henl's brother
in law approached me with the' Herzl Raw striking
suggestion to serve as my repre-'noble and (areigbtei be'
tentative, indicating that Herzl was |
in favor of his proposal, to which Continued on Pft>M
lacking the (harm of Ha
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At the Second Coupes
,n a highly signifkad
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-Jenlstrhridkir,
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hanuka and its Significance
Herzl wa.s a litcratteur; throughout So II u
his all too brief lit. he continued i'nuki'
We are
^ABBI SAMUEL M. SILVER
Seven Arts
^ j. i Manuka?
question is posed in
|d The answer given deals
the moral rather than the
TnplicaUons of the holiday. \^\^^Teo'uld'fl.ht ',',',',', Z!h ""'*' ""' -;"'-1""1 ,h:" ,h"ir
Stary victory of the Mac-' \* ^Jk'bv ires fino TT ~1"""'1 ignite **" "' "-
"u their spiritual toad- JStenSof ?h ih 15 <"'" ff1 "'" darkneM; u"> ***" "
, evokes the admiration j down(rn(|(1(,n p(i(i|i|
Ml "I religious freedom. And
Ie and simultan the people were induced to be
feat is Chanuka?' is a man- was right. Although the love ol aboul
bn, \nd each phase of the | peace is
peace is a hallmark ol Judaism, thanksgiving for; somethln, .....th
''w;i!k'Vi and again exhibit- celebrating Gaiet) was authorized,
ed their military capacities in even recommended. Each Chanuka
'he triumph ..I liberty.
singing
omething worth offering
[can shed as much light on
! :, a- a mcnorah.
fpewpr of a RighUout Caute: ] deed, their prowess In every Amer
pf all. Chanuka is an ever tean war. bow being rehearsed dur- portance of interpolating festive
' reminder that a righteous ing Tercentenary celebrations, ,- periods into our life so thai we
{if vigorously defcndj^^n | well as their participation in other shall nol -ink into routiniMii into
,,., mvat odds. Hh conflicts, would indicate thai the ., d-Miliorv and die,,,- .jrind with
is good for mtfi, and soubriquet. -The Fighting Jews,"
I rianisin is wicked. < would be as much merited u The
diC. ; Vntiochua vastly out- Fight in* Irish," considering, ior ex
,1 th,' lories of Mattathias ample, the neutral position which
L and normally the Ju- Ireland adopted in two world war
I e been snuffed out. remaining officially unmoved even
in .ms. inspirod by in the (ace of Hitleresoue brutality.
. group knownr-as the A Happy Time: ("hanuk.i also il-
pietists) refused to- Ilimilv.s ,h;, Jewish predilection for
ill,', lought back. They had .""
,, h. purpose endow- taw* but merriment attach-
am with greater gallantry d to an ideal. Judaism has met
Utal given to the multitudi-1 many cultures in its march through
jnuions of Antiochus. The time. Time and again Judaism has
was -tunning upset Is the d d th t j ^
[true? Did the handful of j? r\ b
, really overcome the .festival and exalted it to new
Syrian armies? Does it heights. Thus did the Canannite
like legend? Well, it wasn't, harvest festival remain a season of
ory is told in the post-Bib-! gaie,y but Dv jewjsh alchemv, the
locuments ,n the Apocrypha rejoici duri ,h(, au|umn in.
s the Books of the Macca-
i. we have coins of the Has-1 gathering became devoted not only
\u kingdom which was set up to the crops but also to the divine
Ik Syrians were driven off'. favor responsible for the crops
iv-e the validity of the story.'Thus tne spring festival became
he real proof of the story's ,_,. ... .
a time of jubilation.over the libera-
tion of slavery as well as the field's
liberation from its wintry grasp
i seen in other episodes in
righteousneM gave to a
13 extra power. Remember
Key.I Air Force stood off
us over the air of England? '
liber how the minuscle Is- i
army held off seven Arab
and thus reconsecrated the;
Ihe Holy Und? Chanuka
small group equipped
luse and armed with
ination can prevail over the
irmidable obstacles. So if
re a fine goal whose achieve-
blocked by many obstacles,
sun, ider to dismay. Keep
|l md ultimately you may
I""' hanuka," a dedication of
Ifilment of your worthiest
Valor of the Jew: Despite
pir.uriic soft-pedalling of the
aspect of Chanuka the fact
holiday features Jews who
ed themselves successfully
i- very important. For a
Hie i hanuka was a neglected
Hie man who helped to
it and who attached new
to it was Theodor
[It must be remembered that
out bright Interludes. Chanuka
prompts us to keep up the pursuit
ol happiness.
As an Annual Festival: (hanuka
i- replete With many oilier gleam-
lira hints which can add luster to
our daily living, The holiday has
many functions: to keep us valor-
ous, virtuous and jolly. The holi-
day i- even designed to keep us
tudious. Bach time we play drel-
del we ought to remember that the
game originated in a ruse which
the Jews employed to evade the
Syrian command to desist from
studying Torah. Secretly, our peo-
ple would conduct their Torah ses-
sions, and they would post senti-
nels outside their hiding places.
The latter would play a gambling
game to throw the Syrian officers
off guard.
In religious schools. Chanuka,
technically a minor festival, has
Continued on Page IOC
This young immigrant from ban. a worker in Israel's new
ceramics industry, holds in one hand the white ctaymU
making the finished product, a newly-des.gned Chanuka
menorah. _____________--------------------------
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By ISIDORE SOBELOFF
Executive Director. Jewish Welfare
Irdenition JTA
The IsHM of ju>t what is Jewish
about Jewish social work has enliv-
ened discussions in recent years.
There arc those who hold that any
social service which makes a valid
contribution either to Jewish or
American living is properly a func
lion ot the Jewish community
The rationale shifts with each
, field of .service There are those
.who feel that Jewish education, for
instance It one field that is pe-
culiarly and distinctly so.Irtish
i that H deserves priority support
through communal schools by the
; entire Jewish community, yet oth-
ers would assign this responsibility
10 the individual synagogues
In the community center area.
BMM hold that this. too. is a syna-
' gogue center function: others
would like to see interdenomina-
tional neighborhood centers under
public auspices -till others want
' centers under Jewish suspices. i
with voluntary support from the
general community and member-
ship open to all. In the medical
In 1<1 some argue that ho.spitals
are a public function: others that
e IMPS it to the general commu-
nity to make our contribution to
health and medical science along-
side the other denominational and
social groups in the community
In cases of economic need our
family agencies have accepted the
idea of public welfare, but where
MWI behavior and other social
problems are involved, they see a
Jewish agency function, even
though the specific problem may
not have Jewish elements In com- i
munity relations, there are those i
who maintain that on broad mat-
ten we should associate ourselves
i as individual citizens in liberal and :
! progressive groups and limit our
own agency programs to definitely )
Jewish bjBBjea
But the more dominant view i-
that whatever social policy does [
harm to any segment in the popu-
lation, hurts us all. and therefore I
whatever is of bread, human con-'
cern in this field of work, has s '
place on the Jewish agency's agen-j
da To some extent, of course, I
viewpoint and principle determine
our position on those matters. It j
must be added that how much mon-
ey we have and what happens to'
I be popular at a given time are
strong factors in determining the
nature and extent of community
acceptance.
As far back as the depression the
I S public welfare system made
jthe government responsible for
meeting the basic economic de
pendency needs of the entire popu
lation With the establishment of
the soal security system and the
' expansion of governmental welfare j
programs. Jewish agencies were
! able to experiment with new prob-1
lems and to pioneer in new meth-'
ods and programs |
i
t;^>VaTrtoi6,

2

$3P:
JERSEY CITY CAJP) Police Sgt. Herman "Cuiley^
who succeeded in rooting out anti-Semitism among leon]
teen agers. is shown above receiving The Jewish StmZt
nual award for meritorious service to the community tasj
lisher Morris J. Jdnoff. sponsor of the award. The em
place last week in the Jersey City Jewish Community!
where 550 guests gathered to honor the only Jewish
on the city force.
Nazism and its worldwide ef-
fects, including overt anti-Semitism
in the I'S. stimulated counter
measures and gave rise to a sub
stantial development in the field
of defense work The effects of
Nazism produced huge overseas re-
lief and rehabilitation needs. The
establishment of the State of Israel
and the war of independence were
the focal points around which our
community organizations achieved
their peak fund raising efforts in
1948.
One of the great** unifying
forces in Jewish life has been the
large scale development of fund
raising for overseas, with the Joint
Distribution Committee and the
I'mted Palestine Appeal as part-
ners nationally in the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the local Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds carrying
the cooperating responsibility of
organizing and conducting the an
naul campaigns and of relating the
overseas needs to domestic pro
grams The Welfare Fund machin
ery stoody the Jews of America
and of the world in good stead
during World War II days and in
the post-war period when rescue,
resettlement and Israeli develop
ment required and obtained un-
precedented support.
The I'JA merger removed some
problems, but new problems arose.
Each year there was a threat of
dissolution of the partnership un
less the formula for distribution of
the funds were altered. The Wel-
fare Funds threw their strength on
the appeal, a unit) whkh ksj
| vailed desDite ncarcollapaj
eral oecsaioM
I'mted action in [g^
munity oreamiation itself 4
as it always has. nn the t
participation of individual]
penmentation- with
mocrac> or unity is net i
counting paper member
mechanical forms of :
tion. Membership in tali
.community is achieved bri
of choice
For the most part.
learned that by -hiring i
es they can avoid
other's mi-takes and oil
form each other'* sue
realization had led to the I
in 1932 of the Council dl
Federation* and Welfare!
The Council, emergmil
earlier Bureau of Jewish!
search and the National
In format lor Sen ice. pej
the tpoataneoash P
sir-- "i cnmmunitH* tk
the country Federatwui
the land felt a deep neaij
together to help ea
strengthen local resourceej
deal jointly 'lh ,be
twees operating on
scene The Annual
came to be recognids*^
of forums for
communal matters.
The Council commitwl
Continued oa **
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JZri*Uk*Lkito,
lei Gains its Independence
~BEN JOSEPH
the
Cor-
He organized thi- Maravedi i-n.-i i ,
, ^emor-te, the P%* ft Uirge nun, ,.....urri.. Tj Stal(* f ZSSS
,,',, p|i.,cal inde- J^of lloroec. *n Their output ha, W ,., pm., (,,(J1|-1 *
, ,,.,-., battle today features Israel motif, and la read imi investments
jW independence, Amw- llji absorbed by the local market Two new Anwww ,
ni'.vini! a truly Mac- _j ; :, .. '"" ftmencan-foslered en
I'iCrSi E**]^^*^*"** "X "cent week, .
%S. but I'ke the little A Am* physician, head of m-d PlMtic
L>P of oil which was UVaU Forge HearMnrtitute in ,, the National 1{
f,y """;'",' T^olace Ionns5'lvi'n,a.c"nt-|-"h-''""-' Ud...( Nathania The latter com-
Jmir-cta ..stakingplace ,,,, pr(1.rt !t. ^ .,. ecU not only to supply the
2 re L Mr, bcr;i,s ^'JT1 ";'n"" "".....'- 2* -
^aenca il the Middle and s|);i Bmc> ln, ,,. ,, ;||i. Rom ^ jt (q X|)|( n< _
j^rj is shooting out "".ens. Ground was ,,,,,,v broke A,,, ,. n H||| f. ^
Inches Behind his for ,. enterprise ., Porivah, wer. .,. ,,,,,,.,. ,n brael of S;irun
many factors-Stdt. 1(Mlkin8 Lakl. r+fttm, It will he > ,rn. which is used lor the weav
ft*, investments by pri-. patterned after the Pennsylvania ing .....trials tor seal coven
fcps, the development of Institution'. The unique terrain ol outdoor furniture lu.......... and
can export market for Porjyah lends itself veil to graded many other applications
jmtribution of Amer- and measured waflh designed for American interests have plaved
^hu The American I patient rehabilitation through so large part in the developing of
economic development entifically planned exeKise. ,hc new luxury hotels now equal
> overwhelming. f\ A group of American physicians to the best in the world. The sup-
at shipment of 2,fl00 and surgeons are behind the new port ol Miami Jews, who have a
folte fish from Israel to Taro Pharmaceutical plant in Tel special knowledge of this Held, has
|tlracted much interest/Aiv, the most modern plant of its been prominent.
I other department store*'' kind in the Middle Fast American companies arc digging
home time, been seltingj State of Israel Bonds, largely for oil in Israel. In the develop
|-mailc hoes. Arnold Con- subscribed in America, and the
Jo All ... A Happy Chanuka
Joseph MMessana
MASON CONTRACTOR
licensed Insured
Phone 84-6060
13880 N.W. 4th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
ment and expansion of the railroad
influence
has been manifest in a variety of
directions. Funds for the purchase
of new equipment, Diesel engines
have been provided by State of
Israel Bonds and American know-
how in railroading has been acquir-
ed by many of the Israeli railroad
men "taking courses" in America.
A number of Israelis have done ac-
tive work in the yards of the New
York Central and other railroads,
which have cooperated to the full-
est in helping Israel bring its rail-
way. Israel fashions 'Hi United Jewish Appeal, represent system, the American
Clothing, some 1.400 the outstanding American contribu-
bughout the United States tion to the development of kraal's
Ivariou- items of Israel economy. The money realized from
ware The gefilte fish at- Israel bonds helps activate virtual-
It, n only because of its ly every branch of" the economy,
Jewish associations. from developing the mineral de-
fctir recalls an experience posits, expanding the Haifa harbor,
V- ago when he visited revamping the railroad system, ir-
u i eve of his return, rigating the dry land, building ho
|o a Jewish book store in tels and what not.
to buy a holiday prayer !a State of Israel Bonds, by help-
touvenir to take home ing in the development of utilities
On tin- fly leaf of the for which private capital is not
^ok which was handed to adequate, has also opened roads roads up to date.
imprint of a New York
kbiishin-; house. There was
fhen a Jewish prayer book
Palestine."
[ hing from pencils
re being exported
i"'. America is not only
Hilet for Israel
lit American Jewish bus-
lare playing a major part
Pelonment of Israel manu-
[ Scarce!) a week passes
fews ol some development
h Dent o| the Jerusalem
9 Interests associat-
I eral Shoe Company
see the Kaiser-Frazier
le factory, the Philco fac-
brael are well known,
lladelphia Jew, Israel
It. conceived the idea of
on the unusual talents
Mh African Jews in car-
ling, a craft which they
ed for many centuries.
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A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
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Thinking '! t'"i- <-r that which I
m.i> writ.' *\mhi\ Chanuka. 1 sud-
denlj raawntwr Ym, i wm there
when it all bCfan <- Ir back as
Um yean 178 161 before the Chris-
tian en bj which the luUveraal c:ii
endar date* u !* 1 s|""<'
enough, i .>s than
\- ana "i lha Jewi "t ih.it pa
riod (we've neeet died realty I I can
remember the event* Mj hither
patted me fondlj "" mi young
head when he went awaj to fight
M th ii\" Maccabees againal the
Lntlochui Epiphanea t.>r
luck there, In 178
Our familj aru lit In : In Jeru-'
salami then, and I maa 10 or there
..bout- at) n.uni' wasn't Alfred
Ihen I wai thaa called Abraham
for the father i)f Us all, for short, j
I was known to my parents and j
broiher- and sisters as Abba.
(Long long later 1 was to be given
the name Alfred in the style of
nomenclature of the period.)
i It's all to the good for a Jew to
take himself back almost 3.000
yean, as I am doing: It lends him
the dignity of feeling, like an eter-
nal man So let's all go together
back to that ancient time We were
all therf together
As a kid in Jerusalem I was nev-
er allowed to forget whence I came.
My parents were always telling me
that I was a descendant of Abra
ham and Moses and should always
behave a> one worthy of calling
these gentlemen my forefathers
Abraham, they said, discovered
for us the one and only everlasting
God of all of whose spirit I was a
part From Moses I had the Ten
Commandments by .which I must '
direct my life in all its way-
My parents were that insistent I
on my obedience to the Command
ments because even in that time
only 1.000 years or so from the in-
cident at Mt Sinai there were
thorn in Jerusalem already behav-
ing as if the> had never heard of
it. just as much later-even unto |
these timespeople are forgetting
all about the Commandments
My father used to tell me to
think no les ,.f the Ten Com-
mandments because, some individ-
uals were behaving as if there were
no Commandraentv "Let us stick
to the Commandment to keep :
, thera alive, he said '"We may save i
them >et
I am gomg into all this to suggest
; the Torah dedication that was to'
send my good father out into the
battlefield- to fight for Torah and '
the right to live b> it in his own
way He was a constant worshipper
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"Made in Ierael" shoes have found their way thm.
faahionable world. Chanuka 5715 places into htm
spective 2,000 years of exile.
in the Jerusalem Temple and he
frequently took me along there.
I remember I was a kind of Re
form'Jeweven at far hack as that
I told my father I couldn't see the
sense of trying to please God by
sacrifices of animals in the temple
My father used to shush-shush me
when I spoke that way and at the
same time give me a knowing wink
Afterward he would tell me I
was really right He said: "My
son. these blood sacrifices are only
the symbols of spiritual sacrifices
that a good man makes for right-
eousness' sake, for kindness and
ju-tice and all that which is good
in us."
That was my old man. for you.
far back therea gentleman oi
highest principles to whom God
and the Commandments came even
before the priests, the Levites and
all the hierarchy. He was willing
to die for these principles; so when
the king ordered an image of the
Greek god Jove set up in our tern
pie in place of Jehovah, he took up
arms ana joined the maccabees
My poor mother cried To go
away from us to die in battle'" she
sobbed. My father replied: "No. not
to die. but to live Even if I die I
shall be living forever m the right-
eousness for which I shall die. for
ever in the liberty of the con-
science which shall be regained
IKing is the least; this victory is
the most."
While my father was away in the
battles there was no Jewish serv-
ice in the temple, bo longer any
sacrifices of animals on the altars
My mother, who had taken deeply
to heart what my father told her
before he departed, said what our
father was giving on the battle
field* ... ur mort p
God than to slit tht
I sheep on an altar, anrfijl
When word camttt*i
had perished in battle.
did not grieve She saidlai
i dren "Your father has |
| what l- l*~t, and that ka
good reason to die Draft)
terrible where thereTij
'son."
Then we all joined i
praises >( God. as ^
Psalm- We said Godhati
by our father taking Hal
(lid. letting him die fori
ness' sake Our mother i
father must have asceideiaj
own ch.:ri"t
All this recital of j
must be familiar to reatai
| column, since, being ien,|
I members nf a human i
i lived through all tile
I they should well renal
1 events I have reported.'
all there together.
Well that's what I kwi
Chanuka and I hopettai
its beginning, being!
be acceptable Yets1
my own knowtedeM
th3t when the U
cated a few JiupD
from before the >
red edifice for
thatl a great
gests the i r.tinu
jand moral idea
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decaying ("ones.
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igs and the Sergeant's Miracl
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Lka Is a joyful holiday and
|i> inevitable on such an oc-
TThere are many humorous
dealing with Chanuka.
even one by that top hu-
bholom Aleichem.
d: course thertl is the legen-
Lrv of Judith. How she fed
establishment of the Jewish Stair
If the British had really kept their
promise and not hindered Jewish '
immigration, the Israel war would
not have been necessary
But to go back to my si cry -
in 1917 the Jews wire excited
about the Baifour Declaration and
none of the Jews -o much as those
in Jerusalem. After the British ,..
sued the Baifour Declaration, the
mn jjencral cheese and Turks who then held Palesti
Lim thirsty and then gave
\( to satisfy his thirst and
ktn he K"t drunk, she did
|th him. Of course it wasnt
the ueneral who was try-
11 dff the Jews. Still it was Germany and Austria
V nice way to do away with .
But there were compensati
ne re-
garded the Jews as their enemy. It
wasn't a comfortable position for
the Jews in Jerusalem It was made
IMS ("infortable by the fact that
the Turks had as their partners
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eggs. Well, scrambled eggs are al-
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tan neiore you. ...c .u,. jsh *" :' P**' p,oneer ,n the|ere marching toward Jerusalem
| if she had been an Amer-, 0|) .^ f jrs( njgnt o{ vh.M[sk[l
suppose they would have ,he Jews of jerusaIem ,it (hejr! But where are you going to get
picture at West Point as j fJrs, cand|e anrf reci(ed |he bene.; eggs' Palestine in 1917 was not
it discoverer of a new ^;^fi. I America. The British sergeant
turned over on his side and gloom
Blessed art thou. O Lord our spread ovcr his face
God, who wrought miracles for our
fathers in those days at this time
seapon cheese.
Ir.Mead. we Jews eat "mil-
especially latkes with
hn recall her great exploit. ~" y
kti.rv I am about to tell is
[av of thinking the fun-' w"y did al1 lhc miracles occur
hr.nuka story I have every '
lit also deals with food
bumbled eggs. Scrambled
not be a Chanuka miracle in this
year of 1917? When Allenby was
, so close to Jerusalem, why could
_; good and the story is good ... .
. I he not take Jerusalem on Chanuka?
Iv'ur memory goes back to !
... ... That would be a repetition of the
World War, you may re- r
[it yourself I am surprised ncient miracle. What a glorious
has been written about i thing it would be!
I true story.
towards the end of 1917,
! Baifour Declaration was
promised Jews a home-
He had no sooner shifted his po-
sition than he heard a rooster crow-
ing. If a rooster was crowing,
could eggs be far away? The ser-
geant quickly dressed himself and
got in touch with the company
cook. A man was dispatched to
hunt down the whereabouts of the
rooster.
So it was that on Chanuka morn-
ing a British soldier went looking
for a rooster. He went in this di-
But General Allenby was no Ju- rec,j0n and then in that. Suddenly
das Maccabeus he heard a sound, but it didn't
While the Jews of Jerusalem sound like a rooster unless it was
were sitting perturbed the first a rooster with an Arab accent. The
p.:> r the British tried to ,
be promise from a home "8ht of Chanuka. the British soldier drew nearer. He saw it was
in the attic, but never-
Balfour Declaration was
troops encamped for the night, i a man waving a white flag. He was
They deserved the rest too. They a messenger from the mayor of
t preliminary to the had a good night's sleep that night. Jerusalem desiring to surrender
As the first day of Chanuka the city. He told the British sol-
dawned, a British sergeant awoke ; dier that the Turks and Germans
from his sleep, rubbed his'eyes had evacuated the city the night
and looked at the ceiling above i beforethe first night of Chanuka
him. It was an historic moment.! and the mayor now wanted to sur-
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In Israel, the celebration of
Chanuka is marked by a torch
ceremony parade of the children earning
lights. The Mt Zion torch this year
will be brought to America for the
mammoth Israel Bond festival at
Madison Square Garden. New York.
<>n Thursday evening. Dec 23 The
torch bears three symbols the
outline of Mt. Zion. of the tradi-
tional Menorah and of the Ham-
mer symbol of the Maccabeans.

The Chanuka story i> the theme
of one of the greatest of the ora-
torios. "Judas Maccabeus." com-
posed by George Frederick Han-
del in 1746 Following its first
performance at Covent Garden in
th;.t year. It was repeated half a
dozen times during the same year
and Handel conducted it thirty-
eight times himself The libretto is
based on the story as given in the
first book of the Maccabees and
the works of Josephus.

The famous Jewish composer,
Anton Rubinstein, was thrilled by
the I kanaka story, and he likewise
utilized it tor hi- opera, thr Mae
esbees

Did you know that the* treat
American poet, Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow, wrote a play about the
Maccabean story?

Emma Latarua' poem. "Kindle
the i hanuka Tapers" has been set
to music by Dr Jacob Singer.

On the triumphal arch which Em-
peror Titus erected in Rome to
commemorate the conquest of Ju-
daea, there is a representation of
the Menorah. According to the
Talmud, the big Menorah in the
Temple was six feet high and made
of gold. By it stood a golden lad-
der three feet high, which the
priests ascended every' day to light
the tapers for prayer. Taken to
Rome, it is believed later that the
Vandals invading Rome took it with
them to Africa. There are many-
theories as to what happened to it
afterwards. Anyway, no one has
seen it.

Legend explains the origin of
[ the Chanuka game as follows. In
I the days before the Talmud was
set down in writing, the oral law
was studied and in groups. Ann
ochus decreed against the assem-
blage of Jews in groups for such
purpose. The Jewish students had
recourse to the dreidel which they
had with them. When discovered
i by the soldiers of Antiochus. they
would pretend they were just play-
ing Dreidel.

Milk products, especially latkes
: with cheese bK > favorite Chanuka
dish. According to one legend, the
reasofl for this is that Judith fed
one of the enemies of Israel of
those day-- I treat deal of salty
cheese in order to make him
thirsty, To appease his thirst, he
drank M much wine he got drunk,
then Judith took the opportunity
to dccaiHt.ue the foe of Israel.

Historians however, question the
legend Some of them say that the
reason latkes or pancakes are eaten
on Chanuka is that it marks the
fact that the Maccabeans knocked
Antiochus "flat as a pancake". This
does seem the more logical ex-
planation.
Some say that the seven branch-
ed Chanuka menorah stand* fnrl
seven days in which the world I
created. According to Josephus,]
stands for the seven planets

Chanuka is a time for joy n |
a time for giving presents o-pfcij
ly to the needy. Immemorial]
children also look forward
"Chanuka gelt."
Continued from Pag* S C
been given major rank Nation
religious organizations, S i s t e I
hoods, parent groups, and busiae
concerns are joining in the
duction of larger and more beaufl,
ful decorations, books, men
and other holiday objects Gift (
ing has been elevated to masshj
proportion, although Purim is
real gift-giving Jewish holiday as
originally, Chanuka gifts consists,
of pennies. All of these efforts uj
must commendable.
The more elaborate I he CTianulj
observance, the better 'hili
must start on January 1. not
December 1. to make their
dren feel the joy of beins Jewis1
Chanuka plus Purim plus Passo
plus Sukkoth plus Shavdoth pl
Shabbat plus an exhililarating Je^
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>na
Sea Tour With the Navy
tl ANNON LEV
JTA
side, be'teavon, supper served for
the left side, bc'leavon I wa> to
The launch | ,llul out during our trip, that thise
W-1?** couple of Bate-1 ****WWWto, which Marl with a
I,!** I" b0,rdi" sa,d a whistle and finish with a whistle.
re broadcast several times daily I
HM l'K' v"u ',' m ,n is. are Dniaacasi several mies dairy. I
liking young Ki | found the'officers seated and tak
"W Uuf0rZ uiduing from n their supper. What struck me
- "hf i,ehrwandh?r was their youth, the majority
5,r answering around 23 or so. Supper passed in
a Tit her bv sailors silence, only a few remarks being
ion'pVuring mt the office I ^J^fd ,0 '">< ""nute-prep-
KkW.nd lmgI23j arOuts.de. darkness shrouded the
,W 8" l!"h uJ,s to start a "hip. the lights in Haifa went on. I
"^Wtaing lour in the the illuminated Beha'i Temple *
* ,raln"" ing out of the lesser lights like a !
- BMn- .. I brilliant star. On board, everybody
Irfonlyafctt days earlier re-| twk up ^ statj()n ready ,(( ^
^movement order from me ^^ onlerK whj(.h m,re s(i(m (0 ^
|* join the "Mwgav, one o g|wn from ,he bridKP "Weigh an-
j^eship.s-n Ihis ,. ?:' chor." came the order ami "Mis
)m wprt for the Israeli raaioj8av>, preceded and Iol|wcd two
jpsson our journey A"""*U(JI-r Israeli warships, slipped im
faiidrt. ihi- v.;i- be my i perceptibly out of Haifa harbor
,contact with our Navy. I was ^.^ evprvbody on hnarA dptPrmin.
pondering wha ,nesr ,wo ed to demonstrate to the five coun-
would be like when ; tries whjch wp wrn. v|t ,,,
pwwilh a red lieard framing ifarw|.s js ^
i fce motioned me to picK
as efficient
and experienced as any other naval
force in Ihe Mediterranean.
The first few days on board were
a revelation; watching the crew,
the majority youngsters on com-
pulsory' army service. They came
from all corners of Ihe globe- Sa-
Aboard I found" a, beehive- activ- ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ of
iwrjbndy was busy with last harf ^
l .. _-..-.....,..... 1 u-'js rw**iv-
fullow him We
j a launch together with ten
Tuilors and arrived after a
I mnutcs alongside the "Mis-
waich whs to be my home"
Ue cumins oil odd da\ S.
itc preparations. 1 was receiv
[^a blond haired and blue-eyed
rJn white uniform who turned
Itabe the highest ranking non-
ion board He introduced me
IfcSecond in-Command. "This is
Itnury liner and it is not going
[it a Mediterranean pleasure
ir*said Shlomo, the Second-
nmand "We haven't got a
tbed for you and you will have
[fat up with accommodations in
officer'* ward."
a, the blond bos'n. took mc
\tj first tour of inspection. We
I down a steep ladder and
the door of the officer'!
Quite a pleasant place.
ght I eyeing the rectangular
In the middle a long table
tn row- of chairs around it.
months of service in the Navy, to
others it was their first experience
at sea. A group of different char-
acter are the "regulars." officers
and senior non-commissioned offi-
oers. For them weather beaten
and old hand sailorsthis was just
another trip in a long series, which
became part and parcel of their
lives. What struck me was the dis-
cipline on board. Nobody had to
use harsh words or to apply pres-
sure, everything went smoothly
and efficiently as if the crew had
been working together for years.
In the course of my 50 days with
the ships I found the secret behind
this smoothly working organiza-
tion; it was simply a deep sen-e of
comradeship and the knowledge
that each must do his utmost to
at the head a revolving chair ... _,_.. ,nfi
L ______ represent abroad this country ana
tut commander In one corner a r ...._. ... Thus
. ,*" a. army in the best possible way Inus
where 1 was to sleep. On "*
passed the days, nothing around us
but water and the sky. sometimes
foreign ships slipping by. lower
ing their flag in a salute to our
warships.
Then came a surprise The watch
ItalLv picture- of the Israeli
nt. photos -howmg the ship
|w*u- port- and the State em-
i "I [mel On the opposite
1 ottered small room.
Ijjnagoguo. equipped with an
Kooesh' and a couple of reported a few t.ny speck, on the
! a_ ____________ tm -#. M tlM'V ,'*n-
at] tour of inspection horizon, growing in s./e ai they ap-
Midden end when an offi-! preached us with great speed. I
MM) me introducing him- turned out that these were I-rael
.Commander of the ship. Motor Torpedo Boats, the no.se .if
their high powered aircraft engines
distance.
i the Commander of the ship
lJ a rather heavily built.
I man. looking older than his
|lra. with fair hair and an air
Juthonty He enquired whether
I any requests
Ufer I had settled myself I
1i voice over the loudspeak-
;*n>Pr served for the left
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Everybody on ship, off duty, gath-
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M. T. boats a terrific welcome as
they approached. Greetings were
shouted at each other, information
exchanged, and we learned that
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UaiJI were part ol another Israeli
ll unit, that had left Haifa ,..
fore us and wai to Join lU ,
C eece We ilm learned that this
force consisted, beaidea the three
M T B.' ol one -hip an light craft The day before we were
to steam into Pireaus, the port of
Athens, wai entirely devoted to a
last-minute cleaning operation.
And alter another day of hard
work everything was ready for the
oeea-ion.
A 21 Rim salute from our flag- i
*hip marked our entry into Pin
the following morning Everybody
stood at attention on board the
ships u Greek short batteries re-
turned our salute Greece knew,
through it! press, that we were
coming Lengthy -tone-, photos
and banner headline- greeted the
arrival of the Israeli Naval force
a- old friend- who had played a re-
markable part in last year's rescue
operations off the Greek mainland.
It was in August. 1953, that three I
of the verj same Israeli .-hips were |
first on the spot to evacuate and \
re-cue hundreds ol Greeks, victims
| of one uf the worst earthquakes in
tin- region No wonder that we
. found hundreds ol Greeks waiting
at the quay, waving and cheering
. us while we were being tied fa-t
Our short visit to Athens was to
be a strenuous affair A- JOOO a-
the gangway was lowered there bc-
gan an endless Dow of visitors ol
all kinds First to come on board
was the Israeli diplomatic repre-
sentative, accompanied by Greek
dignitaries and high officials. Two
hours after we put into port there
wa.s a unique ceremony in the very
centre of Athens Large crowds of
(Ireek citizens watched near the
Tomb of the I'nknown Soldier,
where an Israeli naval detachment
1 with shouldered rifles was drawn
up. facing its counterpart from the
Greek navy. The Israeli command-
j er arrived a few minutes later to
i lay a wreath at the pedestal. Then,
for the first time, the Greek army
j band played the "Hatikvah," the N
raeli national anthem, on Creek
! soil.
I could easily recognize the Jew-
ish onlooker-. Wiping tears and be-
ing visibly moved by this historic
act Some among them approached
me and showed me snap shot- ol
their Children and relative- living
in Israel. All of them asked me as
to visiting hours on the ships and
wanted to know details about our
tour. The greW majority of them
were elderl) people who wanted
to -pend their lasl days m Greece.
But not only the crew was busy,
the officers too had plenty to do.
The commander. Aluf Mishne Erel.
who had commanded rescue opera-
tions I year ago during the earth-
quake, experienced a pleasant sur-
prise when he was invited to visit
the Kings Palace, where an impor-
tant medal was awarded to him in
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Arabs Told to Handle Probl
American Delegate Wadsworth Tells League it Must Not Look to Israel Any lonq
As Solution for Refugee Difficulties; Propagan distic Advantage Seen Dis
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Phone 7-1678
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t MTED NATIONS (.ITAi A
resolution culling upon the Arab
.rnmenl- to COOpWf with the
inn. it Nations In carrying oul pro-
jects to make the Pah's!me refu-
- hi thi ir countries sci(-support-
ind virtually treating the UN
station on a
long-term basis, was introduced
here this week bj the United
SI n. France anil Turkey
in i -i mbly's special
ittee
The resolution is considered an
indirect hut (inn rebuke to the
\i ib i ea rue states, -mce the Arab
governments have been Insisting
lhal "repatriation" of the Palestine
H fugei to Israel must Ik- given
priority
in the debate on the Palestine
refui ee situation, the Aj*ab govern-
were sternly warned that i(
the) do urn proceed to Integrate
the Palestine refugee they may
[ace situation m winch Interna-
tional relief (or these refugees will
ci .i
This outspoken warning wu
voiced by Pierre Ordonneau,
t'reiuii delegate, who emphasised
that "lliis was no threat, but an
expression of reality." He support-
ed the four-power resolution call-
ing for extension of the UN relief
and works program for the Pales
tine refugees in the Arab countries
for another five years, as a reply-
to the persistent Arab demands for
"repatriation" of the refugee to
Israel soil.
A similar stand was taken ear-
lier in the debate by James J
Wadsworth, 1'nited States delegate
He told the Arab nations that they
must stop talking about ending
the Aral) refugees hack to Israel
soil. It is the "conviction" of the
United Slates. Mr Wadsworth
said, "iliai the eventual resolution
o( the refugee problem rests no!
in looking hack but in looking for-
ward to a new and stronger aeon
omy for the \iah states, coming to
regard man) oi their Arab refu-
gee brothers not as temporary
residents but as felloe citisa
Mi Wad-worth called on Israel
to do what ii could to compenaate
the refugees, hut declared that "we
also believe that it is essential that
the refugees understand thai the
true destiny of most of them lies
in the Arab world He urged the
refugees' "host" countries Jor-
dan. Egypt, Syria ami Lebanon
to stop hampering some of
UNRWA'l projects intended to
help the refugees toward sell sup-
port. He announced American ad-
herence to the main resolution fix-
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During his recent visit to the UN, Pierre Mendes-Frana
veys special greetings to the American Association cf I
Jewish Newspapers. Mendes-France is here seen con*
good wishes through association representative at
David Horowitz. In private talks with Secretary ol State I
in Washington Mendes-France pointedly discussed the I
refugee problem.
ing INRWA's budget and extend
in:; its tenure, but said he will op-
pose allocating any part of
UNRWA'l $200.000000 rehabilita
tion fund for projects benefiting'
the Arab countries instead of the
! Arab refugees
Delegates from the Arab coun-
tries insisted that Izzat Tannous. a
representative of the Palestine ref-
ugees, be heard. Ambassador Mich
eel Comaj. member of the Israel
delegation, said that "in principle"
Israel was sympathetic to the posi
tion that th" refugees'-viewpoint
should be heard. However, his de!
Lion had "certain doubt-" about
this particular case. Dr. Tannous
wai described as a representative
of the refugees. But there were
different points of view among the
refugees, differeal currents of
thought. Mr Coma] said that Dei
ertheless hi- delegation would not
oppose a hearing for Dr. TaBOOUS.
In | lengthy Speech attacking Is-
rael. Dr. Tannous said that Israel
had bean created "by brutal force"
in the middle of the Arab world
The United States and Britain, he
declared, had been "the hammer
driving this wedge" into Arab land
communications. He stressed that
, the Arabs consider Israel a "ma-
lignant growth" in their midst and
emphasized that "peace was far-
ther away today than it ever had
been."
The problem of the refugees was
political and was not to be settled
on any "humanitarian," orj
ic basis he said 'If the I
States withheld tirancial aa
support from l-rael until {
complied with the United I
resolutions, ii would bnogJ
: quicker results than any
projects like the Johnston!
he declared
Anti-Israel speeches
delivered i>> delegate! In
and Yemen The Syrian i
, Adih Daoud) said that-tb
Nations, in it- resolutionsi
Palestini had noil
Israel Ih vts-eeni
afing oi i :.-.iting
l; ially att*
t'niied Slal
"All Ih

responsibi ii in the
(rag< dj
eonsecrati a i :-t to
accomplish' d fact and to I
itine que-tion evontol
riment of the lives l I
human beings." lie net
The Canadian delegate. I
er, said thai imewherej
time a start must he madel
a real solution of the Arabs
1 problem. "I! would he I
I-rael could advance post
; gestions for repatriation
.compensation On the <*"
'. it would be useful if the j
' crnment.. gave full support]
1 habilitation and resettle"*]
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luleh Region Still a Major Job
^c
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P ni, will be estab- Arab lan
-"S,; I',:!!'iVere A year the dredger, Bt.r. Sve^ovel^e' i he mSS
%,, deep soggy edscoopmg the; canals, which are complications hey ',.:'
with dense pa- nothing but arl.f rial beds lor the tered, n. v" '
Jordan. One canal ru^ norths.....'......
TO ALL .
-------- GRELMI.N.G.S
I >n
|HuI>Ii
rand bani"" thicket* and in-
fLtWohun Ired varieties of
(which gr'
i ,i on the abun-
[ pdi in the stagnant wa-
ilJewish N ilional Fund is
i>r,.i- last marahei
;afur Hi, iligging began
big ili '"ills
outh come this one too
in western part of the marshland,
and one pa
are over five
mcr. ten m
wide, has already linked up'with firs't^ate' fertilizer
LakelIulehth,.;n,|lHwu,h( ,. undig agricultural ..;:!.,, k
which ,<>r level n the 25 mile canal net are usii ,,r
part of th marshland, The southern h.,n ol the "deny
irallel in he east; both drated" area includes 2,000 act
VT1-""" rich peat, whose UghSS =
SlJrt52i"L,!!S rr< F-terli make!. ~
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KTa These million, ol -J* about a yard; U......her ment, but, ipTrtslee ^e it wU
3\,f swamp water into JJW. wWA. with I g......as ,..
1 Riv.er a large part of "** is he Project i piece d : .mported from German, un
I met
irdan
r0a(.n.. wamp land are
EC A '"' canals are ex-
ijethi' north and south, they
r)t up awre wate/.
ftthc JM 'lr:iin
intion t v '" the last
(j(s_ evei nee modern Is-
i, at the turn of
(yit and its forerunners
I the Emek Yczreel and the
[Hefer. both malaria-ridden
Into fertile lands: but
Mt of the work was ear-
by pioneer laborby the
KUers who for months and
dflnbere I about in .the
xposing themselves
or.nu> mosquitoes, to whose
i Mings i!;. nj -iircumbcd.
five million pound Huleh
toes i!"' endanger human
Mi done bj the most modern
Be* man has yet invented.
i fitted out with
wn po> r -'.dions and able
htm lask> of 1.800 and 700
mrer respectively, were
lever for the purpose from
I 'lstruction
hti i irp ration of chi-
Irhich i> > xecuting the work.
these monsters are inching
hv forward, sucking through
at snaky pipe- the sloshy
and depositing it. hun-
! yards away, onto safe
I i ut new beds for
dan (co- ised of three riv-
eper and wid-
Jordan cut for
shich r..' cope with all the
[ w the -rtrround-
ountain range and
1 up.
(project was begun three
g*. with Ihe broadening and
ling of the Jordan south of
lulch; for there the swamp
| have (heir outlet, and the
river could not possibly
}l*d with an additional 100,-
cubic meters a year. The
did all they could to sa-
|the operation, killing eight
-"stance will link up any day now der the reparati reemenl
and both canals will meet right in This p. ,,, a deplh ,,,
the center of the lake. Then, next three yard
yew, the canals will be lengthen* I v i ... in riood th ,nd
to the North, to catch the Jordan 200.000 tons an tied to be '
waters even earlier. Gradually, availal
Lake Huleh will disappear in the '' the reclaimed land
process, and instead, there will b !|-h
an accumulation of fishponds "' 2m' turning units, ol
A boatride on the csnall is like uh"h ''!,";" 4I!I1 ">'> 1*' '"' "'> in B
peeping into an animal empire vear f,'":" now- wnUfl lh(' where man is a nasty intruder E ,""l!'1 '"' lltivation
cept in the immediate vicinity ol '" """'"'' years There '' one reser
the dredgers, there Is deep quiet vation; ""' en8e -.<> that they
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Everywhere, filthy liquid shoots in
little rivers down the bank- of the
straight new waterways, and the
lakes "inland" gradually recede
have not yet invented the machine
that will lie big enough and strong
to .radicate the often house-high
papyrus growths, whose long wind
and disappear. On both hanks of ,nR toots resemb,a ,h" '" **
rope- ever. But. here again, they'll
cope, just as they have coped with
all the other snags, and the coun-
the evil smelling canals, particular-
ly the small, short "northern"
canal which connects the two main
arteries, big birds gather 00 al
ready dry land and seem to discuss
what all this change in the land
scape is about and how it will af-
fect them. Right now they are hav
ing a wonderful time, for the with
drawal of the water- leaves thou
sands of big fish stranded, and the
wild ducks, partridges, vultures
and eagles are quick to put an end
to their agonies. Clumsily, water
tortoises, as grey brown as the
muddy canal waters, paddle about.
diving deep under at the approach
of a boat, and bright colored little
messenger bird- /ig/ag aiT"-- the
area warning the animal kingdom
of the impending "enemy" intru-
sion.
These animals, many of them
very rare, have not been forgotten.
I They will be given asylum in the
southwestern corner of the project.
where 500 acres of swamp will be
preserved for them, complete with
the profuse growths of papyrus and
bamboo in which they like to live.
Hunting will be forbidden; this is
sad news for the many sportsmen
who used to spend days in I'pper
Galilee wading through the Huleh
swamps with their rifles and be-
ing certain of good catches. The
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* P>
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rich haul of raw material.-, both in
the form of bamboo and papyrus.
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Levi Eshkol is in America
during the Chanuka season
to stimulate Israel Bond
Sales. Bonds help the Jewish
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years._____________
ANUKA GREETINGS
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Phone 48-2591
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"frwtff/Hlg^ttC:
It is again a Pleasure To Extend
Chanuka Greetings To Ail
aiii. aiij-mii m-
WHAT IS JEWISH ABOUT JEWISH SOCIAL WORK?
Continued from P9 C
' I
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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ed e*eotil functions that rv> ono'
community could undertake ade-f
quately by itself. The statistical (
-trvtCM, the regional orgainiatioris
the m>cu1 work research and the
informational bulletins helped tfl
bring sense and order into local
relationships and just as im-
portant between the local com-
munities and the national and over-1
~e-v agencies The last 20 years.
thanks to our association through
llM > ouncil. may be described as
our coming-of ae period, the years
of matunt>
The xoluntary nature of our af-
filiation in the Council, even as
the voluntary nature of Federation
>tructure locally, has been our
weakness and our strength in each
community and in the country at
large.
For example, the efforts to cre-
ate a national service to advise
communities on budgets of agen-
cies seeking allocations from Wel-
fare Funds brought for the charge
that this was; in fact, a scheme to
impose the wiir of a small group
on the American Jewish commu-
nity. The proposal, after years of
heated debate, was set aside.
In the community relations field
structural unity has not yet been
found possible on a national level
so that after Dr. Maclver's study
of the feasibility of union, we have
now a National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council including
the local community relations agen-
cies and all the national agencies,
but for the two largest.
By 1950, many organizations, re-
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ligious. cultural, health and oth
.>rs rfrifcf' thtJttdndlMtf ha
restrained them for a few ye'ars
after the war's end and launched
capital and maintenance campaigns
that made the problem of multiple
efforts in the twenties seem small,
indeed. The old T.B. organizations
discovered cancer, arthritis and
asthma as talking points for ex-
pansion. Campaigns for new syna-
gogues and by independent Israeli
organizations thrived everywhere.
Local leaders sponsored drives for
a host of new and revived local
and national institutions.
The unifying force of one cam-
paign was being weakened. The
Jewish Agency for Palestine set up
special machinery to weed out un-
authorized appeals. The subject of
multiple appeals received the at-
tention of appropriate committees
of the Council of Federations. As
some have become hardened to the
prolonged appeal for large scale
needs, there is a tendency to place
greater emphasis on specific seg-
mented interests rather than on
over-all central interests. We are
at present in something of a period
of this type.
Some groups, including syna-
gogues, fraternal bodies, cultural
societies, Zionist bodies, chapters
of national organizations and many
other kinds of associations are un-
aware that what is of special con-
cern to them also affects the whole
complex of Jewish community or-
ganization. Even a grazing ground
for contributions can become bar-
ren unless attention Is paid to na-
tural laws. AH in all, however,
in thfl Jewi* M^m,,,;m'
Th" '* true not ,.. r..
agencies but for our tLT)
We arc now mo^ "JJ. I
and products of the coml
school and AmeJaHS'
notunhkolythatasour 1,
and women assume 2L'
hey will demand the twEL
.nation of duplication and^l
tegration of services n?[
labeled democracy, U |auda^
may then make a telling cT
tion to Jewrsh education by
sizing the common element! i
become increasingly obvious I
however, we contend v\\k
cates of centrality for toe
gogue but de centrality for
education.
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Volunteer teaches Hebrew to a class ol immigrants during
"Operation Hebrew," launched by the Israeli Government to
impart a working knowledge of the language of the country
to 175.000 adult newcomers. American fund raising cam-
paigns, allied with an over-all planning program, channel
their gifts to the most needy Israeli sources.
Continued from Past 4C
in political affairs. In one d i
night sessions a vivid debate I
place in connection with 11
of Marmorek on the question
ganization Dr. S. R. Landau a]
was then a very well known I
vehemently opposed Hern" in^
he termed the neglect of
propaganda among working (
This criticism was not unfa
in itself but Landau, exceedimJ
i time according to the speakenJ
{ barked on a lengthy discussin J
the social question.
Although Hit/I. who was j
chair, interrupted and orden
to conclude his speech Landni
ertheless continued so that theC
gress asked the chairman to)
the floor to somebody else.
| raised the anger of Syrkin, wbo|
a socialist saw fit to begin i f
hement discussion with
Thereupon rose the highly
ed delegate Dr. MandelsUmm,!
was also a personal friend of I
and moved to exclude the i
ists from the Congress.
This motion was met partly 1
applause and partly *'U> of
lion. It was late in the night,|
heat In the hall was almost i
able and the gathering mosti
ruly. Herzl rose and said (jJ
the Congress listened with i
attention and afterwards
unanimously concurred to
view: "As a matter of n|
shall not consider the nwtwfj
Professor Mandt'lstamm. Wei
not even think of excluding
political conviction from the r
ist ranks "
Half a century has pasted[i
Herzl's demise but his masoiM
personality and appearance l
ingin the souls of tsots^jj
privileged to meet him til
memory and heritage is also f
in the hearts of ourchildm*
will be alive as long s the* J
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i
PAGE 15 C
I.
Continued from Pae 1 C
Li (he University of Berlin. Ho
on Hitlers death list" when
JVd Germany in 1933. Twenty
r liter he was the prime mov
Tof event- which led to the puy-
Lt of reparations by Germany
hrael and the Jewish people.
Septemlr 10, 1952. Goldmann
hi capacitv as President of the
bnlcrenre on Jewish Material
kim Against Germany, signed
1 historic Luxemburg Agree
_,s under which West Germany
lobiiKat'-i lo pay $822,000,000 in
urations The signatory for Is-
j was Foreign Minister Moshe
J^rett: ior the Bonn Government.
ancellor Konrad Adenauer.
[iAtl lift Nint: Zionist. Dr. Gold-
mln fervently believes in the
leninism ol th" movement. Were
allowed to become static it
,ould be 'loomed. Yet he would
ml perpetuate Zionism for its own
ike. The existence of the State
[Israel may require a new Zion-
l orientation but the movement.
_j to convinced, has yet to fulfill
|s destiny within the framework
I Jewish history.
;AddressinE the first American
bi.4 Assembly in New York last
_ary 5. Dr. Goldmann elabor-
this view "None of us, cer-
unly not I." he declared, "has
r accepted the concept that all
-------------------^X--------------------
Homed Adenauer
. German signer
Zionism means is just to create a
State. A state is never an aim in
itself. A'state is an instrument for
much greater purposes Even
if. by some miraculous achieve-
ment, the state were already con-
solidated today, and secure and
Mb,,9m then, i maintain, it
would be a miM......gptlon ,lf ,,,
Program of Zionism to think that
Zionism has accomplished what it
" out to fulfill, namely, the sur-
vival oi the Jewish people ."
Dr. Goldmann is in the forefront
of efforts to reorganize and re-
orient, the Zionist movement "It
I- essential." he has said, "for the
Zionist movement (0 orientate
itself DO) only toward Israel, but
toward Jewish life in the Diaspora
I as it is connected with Israel." He
" few differences between Zion-
ists and non Zionists in terms of
relations to and support of Israel
He would enlist their aid and so-
, licit their views in sphere. Recent-
, b'. at Dr. Goldmann's initiative,
fourteen top Jewish leaders gath-
ered in New York Their purpose
was to discuss the establishment of
a procedure for regular consulta-
; tions on American Jewry's assist-
ance to Israel.
For the past decade, Dr. Nahum
Goldmann has been, in effect, a
' roving Ambassador of Jewry. His
j home is New York City where he
I and his family have lived since
i 1941. But for a good part of the
year he is abroad in Israel and
I shuttling between the capitals of
I Western Europe, wherever issues
j that effect the future of the Jew-
| ish people and the Jewish State
i are at stake.
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. ILFHEB WERNER'S MEW W0DLI1 IN THE VILUGE
Continued from Papa 3 C
d>r to remain fit. so the writer
not cease playing' on the
oard of his typewriter. There j
i no such thing as waiting for in
piratton. You have to train it to
at your disposal whenever you j
ed it. If you are a genuine writ- j
|r, jour mind will be working full I
I day and night. For a creative
Bind, there are no after-office I
s, no vacations. This is as true I
11 critic, like myself, as it is of
be poet and novelist. (Inciden-
Hy. I too have written poetry and
stive prosebut that is years
jo.) In any event, it is unsound to
lifferentiate between critical and
tative writing. Everything which
not a mere rehash of what has
*n said before requires a crea-
Ive act of thinking and feeling."
] Did he occupy himself at this
articular stage, with any special
Kb'
Yes." Dr Werner replied. "I
n.at present, engaged in research
I the field of German-Jewish con-
hbutions to the fine arts. Except
ft a small number of middle-aged
wn and women. German Jewry no
(wiser exists in Europe. But the
fork of its Rreat artists, from Mo-
puOppenheim, who was encourag-
by old Goethe, to the revolu-
oaary spirits of the 1920's. is not
efficiently known in this country,
even the work of the greatest
' all Max I.iebermann, and I shall
v. through a series of articles, to
quaint Americans with these per-
onaltties 0f the past, and their
priceless work. Another subect Is
synagogue art. The accomplish-
ments of Chagall, who is now an
old man, and of his numerous fol-
lowers and imitators, is no longer
expressive of the spirit of our time.
But the new American synagogue,
built in suburban communities by
American-born, college-bred Jews,
is a living force, and it is fascinat-
ing to watch how a new American-
Jewish style is in the process of
formation, thanks to the inspired
ideas of architects, artists, and Jew-
ish leaders who want the house of
worship to be modern and thus
able to house adeqnately the ever
rejuvenating spirit of Israel." ,.
Dr. Werner is a hard worker who
spends many hours on research.
digging up facts from books and
periodicals of the past, or, pad and
pencil in his jacket pocket, mak-
ing the rounds of the galleries and
museums. For him, the day is all
too short. His recreation stroll
with his wife. Judith, whom he
married last year, through the
winding lanes and narrow streets
of Greenwich Village where the
Werners now make their home.
There, in streets lined with little
restaurants, antique shops, and
book shops, among picturesque
houses which Utrillo might have
liked to paint, he finds an echo of
the European atmosphere, even of
his native Vienna in bygone hap-
pier days.______________
ON A SEA TOUR Wild
Y
Continued from Pao* 11 C
recognition for his outstanding
services. The other officers made
last-minute preparations for a cock-
tail party, which was held in the
afternoon on board one of our
ships. The severe heat wave, which
swept Greece during our stay and
reminded us of home, did not af-
fect the flow of distinguished
guests. Technicians from Radio
Athens brought a recording team
and taped interviews and on-the-
spot accounts, which were broad-
cast the same evening. When night
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cordions and mouth organs and
gave the Greek onlookers a concert
of Israeli songs and dances. Gen-
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ed so well that the local police
chief made a point of reporting on
their quiet behavior to our offi-
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the streets, shopping and visiting
the ancient sites or having a meal
at one of the many restaurants. The
greenhorns" among them were on
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Jfet lit fkridlian
I^LHKEMBfB
AMERICANS LIVING IN ISRAEL FIND IT HARD BUT LOVE IT
Continued from Pag* 2 C
li-.fi. and I will sign it here in your
presence. And take it back with
you to my children in Atlanta."
Go back to Atlanta?That isn't
even a problem for him. He loves
the life in Israel, and wants to live
out as many years as he has left
there. Will he get married? Cer-
tainly, he will get married. He just
doesn't want to carry' around with
him the feeling that his new wife
married him for his money He will
support her as long as he lives, and
now that he had I taste of living in
Israel, he plans to live quite a while
longer.
"Life just begins here when
you're eighty years old." he taj -
"Let my children live to 120 jreari
in America. I will remain in I>
rael for good and all!"
*
At the back of Tel Aviv, at the
very edge of the city, among brok-
en-down pour little houses where
the porrest of the poor live, I meet
a young Jewish couple who were
born in America, came to Israel,
and alsa decided to remain in Is-
rael for-good and all
A loving couple, who gave birth
to a child in Israel.
The husband, not yet thirty yean
old. completed training in America
.i- .i social worker. The young wife,
the daughter Of rich and highly ai
similated parents, knew very little
of Israel before she came here. She
loved her husband, he was Zfconia-
tically inclined, and he decided to
take their honeymoon trip to Israel.
So they came to Israel.
They came to Israel and after
living there a few weeks, decided
to remain there. Certainly, their
daily life here is harder than in
America, certainly the husband's
earnings are small. How much can
the wages of a social worker be in
a country like Israel? But the spirit
of the land gives her husband a
special satisfaction And when her
husband la happy, she is happy
Living in Lsrael gives both of them
a raison d'etre.
The child was born in the mean-
I time, and from America there bfl
gan to come letters, begging her to
take her child and her husband
I back to New York. But who needs
I New York? Who says that living
with rich parents on Central Park
Wi'st m N'.-w York is more inter-
esting than the poor life on the
edge of Tel Aviv? Money is impor-
tant, but spiritual freedom is even
more important. And one can feel
spiritually free as a Jew only in
Israel, never in America, even if
one mi born there, even when one
is born in an assimilated family
Her weathy mother in New York
cannot understand that She is now
preparing to come to I>rael to sec
{things with her own eye.-. It is
certain that she will make an at
tempt to take her and her husband
and her child back home to Amer-
ica. It i- certain that she will not
appreciate how one can live in a
poor little house, when in New
I York one could live in a well fur-
I nished apartment. It is certain that
the will not understand a lot of
things here But she will bave to
I return to New York alone. Even
her food packages will not be ac-
cepted They don't need food pack-
ages in Israel any more. One
doeanl starve M death In i-raei.
j though one must work hard to
make a living
| The child will grow up in [anti
' free of mental disturbances He
will not feel "different" because in
1sim,1 there aren't any children
"dlferant" from Jewish ones And
the husband earns little enough
now. but what difference does that
make"* There is enough to live on
Perhaps, they will be able to find a
better place to live, and then every-
thing will be all right all around.
Co back to America'' No. not as
|00| as we can stay here And here,
in Israel we hope to itay for good
anil all yes. for good and all."
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