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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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fewifelWEIIiDiriidliia
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
UP
Number 52
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 24. 1954"
PRICE: TEN CENTS
,e$ the Army
lave' Germany,
Wicials Wonder
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
Washington ia west cer-
-i to be a country that has an
h>' or an army that has a coun-
Thi- question worries some
bed States officiate and anti-
i memlx^ ol the German dip-
Luc mission haft.
John V. Wheeler-Bennett in
\, Nemesis of Power," said the
fnian irm> dominated the Wei-
r Republic trom the moment of
I birth first supported, and
In condoned, the overthrow of
{Republic and made a major
Itributi'in to Hitler'* coming to
r"'
ben. Telford Taylor, chief coun-
[for the prosecution ol war crim-
il Nuremberg, warned that
jaa indoctrinated youngsters
fmeaU'd the lower ranks of the
.ers corps He said the of-
|ir' corps was notably arrogant
(exclusive in its attitude toward
! Jews
be.-pitc friction between gener-
al Nail Party leaden, Taylor
iorted thai lieichanau's de-
ttixn ol the Wehrmacht as a
liiar ol the Third Reich and
kefort ol Hitler's power was
call) valid The incontroverti-
| sad thai the Wehrmacht sup-
rted Hitler during the conaoli-
nf power and years of re-
nament emerges strikingly even
the numerous apologia which
Jve been written by or on In-half
since 'he collapse
in 1J)45."
fi< B lev ih leader* have
lived ..' mous letters lhre.it
N i/i style pogrom.
Gallnaki of the
Jf-t Berlin Jewish Community
| c intained photos
I Hitler. (. bbels, and other Nazi
Hers ih letter said: "We ire
p II German) is free
Mews \ fi n dayi earlier, per-
tpakasl political rally
r" failed to stand and sing
I ueber Alles" were
I called "Jewish swine."
f*o Ihe German Government
'"" n ; irties bave demanded a
tral amnest) for all Nazi war
[ Ihe price for ratifica-
p of the Paris agreements. The
> parti.- the German Party and
Refugei Parly, include many
ner Wehrmacht officers who
lurni (he nucleus of the new
nan armed forces.
House Committee Urges Hate Group Probe
HATt MONGER FINDS PRtStNCl Of JEWS AT RALLY DISTURBING
Police Protect Him From Violence, Smith Declares
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Ger-
ald L. K. Smith, leader of the
"Christian Nationalist Crusade,
admitted in hi- newsletter here
this week that he had found the
Madison Square Harden rally
against censure of Sen Joseph R
McCarthy "a magnificent demon
stration ol patriotic zeal," marred
only by attempts b) "Jewish
newspapermen" to incite ,, riot
against Smith
The only Jews visible in the
audience. Smith wrote, were "the
newspapermen" who "actually at
tempted to incite ,i riot ggainsl
II-
"Under the protection of the
police we went to a taxic.il) and
returned to our hotel where
rooms h.id been registered incog-
nito tor u- b) i friend." Smith
reported.
I actual!] belieye ii we had
beet) five minutes later in the
way we handled ourselves that
we could easily have heen mob-
l>. ii by hysterical Jews in front
ol Madison Square Garden.
"Inside we would have been
safe because practically every
person but the newspaper people
who attended the meeting was on
our side, but the buzzards of the
press hoped to create so much ex-
citement by gathering around me j
that it would have disturbed Ihe
progress of the meeting."
The New York Post, which had
reported Smith's presence at the
meeting, said this week that "as
a matter of fact, only one re-
porter la Methodisti and one
cameraman (a Catholic) knew of
Smith's unannounced presence
and precipitate departure."
Nazis Direct Jewish Persecutions
In Egypt; 300 Reported Arrested
TEL AVIV (JTAi Persecution
of the Jews m Egypt fa being di
reefed by Naai war criminals who
have found shelter in that country
and who wen- asked by the Egyp
tian Government to establish a spe-
cial "Jewish Department" along
Nazi lines, the newspaper Davar
reported here todaj on the basis
of information it received trom a
foreign diplomat who came here
from Egypt alter the current trial
of 13 Egyptian Jews on charf
espionage began before a Cairo
military court
The tame diplomat -tated that
some 300 Egyptian Jews have al
read) been arrested b) the Ger-
man head- of the Jewish Depart
ment. He warned thai the situa-
tion will worsen unless some action
i- taken to provide safety lor Egyp-
tian Jews,
The anti-Jewish campaign i- pro-
ceeding m distinct phases, the Da-
var inlormant stated. The lirst was
the removal ol all Jews from key
posts This has been accomplish-
ed and no Jew is now employed in
the government, in bank-, schools
or important business concerns
Even Jewish | employed
in Jewish hospitals have been oust-
: the charge thai Ihej are not
Egyptian citizens The Jews are
actually living oil each other
The second step was a propa
:. campaign aimed al the Jews
.. ... 0yers ol h < i untry's
economy" and" the "Jews are our
U.S. Arms
First Shipment of
[In Iraq, State Department Says
WASHINGTON OTA) The De
Unas Department thi- week said
that the first shipment ot Ameri-
can military aid arrived in Iraq
1 Sunday and is being unloaded trom
the freighter "Steel Artisan at the
port citv of Basra It includes mili-
,tarv vehicles and engineering
equipment. The vessel was met at
dockaide by representatives ol the
United States Embassy and the
Iraqi Ministry of Defense
The U.S. Information Agencj
announced that in expanding its
program of publicizing abroad the
peaceful uses ol atomic energ> K
is sending newly-built mobile ex
hibit units promoting ",'
peace" to the Middle East. Thi
units are now enroute and ill lo-
gin their tours in mid January
l-ra. I la meanwhile pressing for
, meetmf at the UN of the Secur-
ity Council to continue con-i,..
tlon 0| the Sue .ana blockadl
,.., and 10 reiterate !*
sistence thai Egypt release Um Bat
'"Th",.,-, inc.,.n.oMh, Security
Council left the Bat M""*
hanging ... mid air as i result ol
Egypt's implied readme- U> "
In This Week's Issue
"'Up Klutznick. international
President of B'nai B'nth. will
here Monday night.
ory Page 2 A.)
[speak
(See
1 At tbt UN
Bokt
Ceekint
. Glehel Shorts
i Hllywooi"
JWV Satoks
Ketubah Cfconfe
Letter trem It""*1 |
S..rts
T.rttattnary l
lease the Israel freighter How-
ever not only has the Bat Galim
not 'been released, but the crew
,,i ten Israel sailor- 1- still in an
Egyptian prison
No formal letter demanding re
openlhg of the Bat Galim matter by
the Security Council has been sent.
However, members of the Council
have been approached by members
Ol the Israel delegation here who
Insist that the Council resume its
session. As a result of these talks
,s possible that the Council may
nee, again this week unless
Egyp, yields to the urging* i th,
Xed States and Britain by re-
leasing, the ship and crew
In Washington, Egyptian Ambas-,
sador Ahmed Hussein Tuesday
sough) concessions from the SUM
Spartmen. a. a ***?<]
XT release ol the Israel fneghtcr,
B Galim." according to Inform-
",rh,,UAndia-ado, who me, with
Robert D Murphy. Deputy Under
Secretary of State, was said to have
S3 the United Statesitoi"ease
^nsi0BS" involving W-J*
rae| it the ship is to be sel ti
"'.be exact nature ol Steps Egypt
Ul,- the United States to take
a b. "--g-trE
mined, but apparently U> I" '
"ekmg a formula by which it can
,, ; "he bip ""l;"""';"""'
,ve lace" on the home
phywas requ.-tcd by the Egyptian
Ambassador. '
dogs The results of this cam- j
paign are such that Jews are afraid |
to stay in areas which are basically
non-Jewish and are even afraid to
attend the cinema. Bar Mitzvahs. 1
weddings and birth parties are la-:
belled "unlawful gatherings" and ,
are raided by agents of the Nazi-
type Jewish Department.
The diplomat reported that such
raid- on Jewish ceremonies have
caused a great panic in the Jewish
community and have resulted in
man) Jew- being jailed on charges |
Of illegal assembly. Some of these;
Jews have been sentenced and oth-
er- are awaiting trial. News reels
showing Egyptian guards beating
Jewish prisoners on forced labor,
projects have been wildly applaud-
< d. the diploma', said.
The Union of Italian Jewish Com- '
munities in Rome has appealed to
Italian Premier Mario Scelba to in-
tervene with Egypt in behall of
the 13 Egyptian Jews being tried
on charges ol espionage in behalf
Of Israel.
In a memorandum to the Pre- |
nuer. the Union said >uch action
on his part would stress Italy's
role in promoting peace and jus-
tice in the Mediterranean area. It
denounced the Egyptian trial and
the tortures used to force confes-
sions from the defendants and also
quoted Israel Premier Moshe Shar-
ett's recent warnings.
Renaissance Party
Gets Main Brunt
Of Hot Drubbing
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
House Committee on Un-American
Affairs made public this week a
preliminary report by its investi-
gating staff slashing at neo-Fascist
and right-wing hate groups.
The report recommends prose-
cution of the anti-Semitic "Nation-
al Renaissance Party" for contra-
vening the Smith Act by advocat-
ing violent overthrow of the gov-
ernment. This is the first official
suggestion to apply the Smith Act
to a Fascist group.
The report also calls for investi-
gation of the publication, "Com-
mon Sense." an anti Semitic sheet
published in Union, N.J.. by Conde
McGinley. The paper, the report
said, "represents a modern exam-
ple of the racketeers who made a
business out of hate propaganda
during the 1930's."
The National Renaissance Party,
a Yorkville group, is led by James
I H. Madole who boasts that "what
Hitler accomplished in Europe, the
National Renaissance Party shall
yet accomplish in America."
The party has a "uniformed elite
guard in the Nazi style," though
a bolt of lightning has replaced the
Swastika as the party symbol.
The committee sums up the par-
ty's aim as "preservation of the
Continued on Page 3 A
Dr. Jocek H. Kaplan
. here 28 years
Dr. Jacob Kaplan to be Honored
On 80th Birthday by Temple Israel
Or Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs.
Kaplan will be honored Sunday-
evening by Temple Israel of Mi-
ami with a dinner at the Sans
Souci hotel marking Dr. Kaplan's
80th birthday.
Sn Mendelson and Herbert I
Peibelman will head a committee
in charge of program arrange-j
mints Included will be a tribute
b) Dr Joseph Narot. Temple Is-
rael spiritual leader, and an ad-;
dress by Rabbi Joseph Taxay. of
Dayton Beach, hie-long friend of
Dr. Kaplan.
A graduate of one of the earlier
classes ol Ihe Hebrew Union Col
lego of Cincinnati, Dr. Kaplan also I
holds a Bachelors degree from the
University of Cincinnati, as well,
u a Doctor of Philosophy degree
from the University of Denver.
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Is-

rael. he has held pulpits in Ala-
bama. New Mexico. Ohio and In-
diana, prior to coming to Miami
in August. 1926.
Under Rabbi Kaplan's leader-
ship. Temple Israel has grown from
a handful of members to include
some 1.000 families. A building pro-
gram of nearly one-half million
dollars is now neci tears to expand
present facilities. Work will soon
start on a large addition to the
Temple building at 137 NE 19th
st.. congregation leaders have re-
vealed.
Dr. Kaplan for many years
taught philosophy at the Univer-
sity of Miami. For 15 years, he
was president of the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association and is
now president of the Florida Asso-
ciation.



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24.

Orovitz to Chair
NCC J Dinner, Sher
Is Co-Chairman
Jamei If. LeGate, chairman ol
the Florida Regional Board "I the
National Conference "t Christian
ni Jews, announced the appoint
mcnt of M;ix Orovitz as chairman
ci the third annual brotherhood
iTmniT sponsored by the NCCJ
rhe dinner will i><- held .it t!*
Fontainebleau hotel on Feb 21
Orovitz is president ni Mt. Sinai
Hospital, past president of Temple
Israel and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Be is a member
tl the national board of the Union
Vm< rican Hebrew Colleges, .>
B'nai B'rith Plans Mass MHrteCa
Rally on Beach Moncay Evening
Philip M Klutanick, h ca i in ber-hra
pn sident M
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i d n 'i;
; tti bleati hotel an ba I
Thi Chii ..,
B"i 'h office In
June, i '.'''. w ill bi
by hi0l
Over l i"1*1 m a an i i ru n a
be instalu I "' B i
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JSSB Holds Board Mee...>3 : left:
Judge Seidman is Gucsr Speaker
Moi Oroviti
ember oi the board of the Jew-
h Home for the Aged and is on
citizens I.....rd ol the i niver
I Miami
lie has been a member of the
ional NCCJ board since 1952
I received the Regional NCCJ
ard In man
LeGatt also announced thai Dr
Iward A Annis. John B. Turner
d Jacob Slur are eo chairmen ol
dinner Turner is past director
the Miami Kiwania ,.n of the 1952 Red Cross Drive.
director "i the Welfare Planning
luncil, past president ol the
nith Florida Bo) Scout Council
ommunit) Chest chairman in
154 He i- a member of the Miami
More- Presbyterian Church Turn
r i- a member ol the Florida He
I NCCJ boat d and was
d thi Ri rial NCCJ Cil ition in
Shi r r<' > ived the I Ri
' 13 He
irman ol I
for Israi
l'i i ident
Miami Ji w ish l lei >n He is a
.ember ni the board "I thi J< i
i-h Hume lur the Aged and is on
the citizens board oi the I niversitj
ol Miami sher i- a member ol
Beth David Synagogue
Dr. Annis is chairman ol the De
partment of Surgery at Mercy Hos
pital, is a Fourth Degree Knights
board of directors of the Miami
Kiw,anil Club, a member of the
Speakers Bureau of the Dade (oun
ty Medical Association and is active
in other philanthropic and chari-
table causes.
Additional members of the com-
mittee include Sam Blank. Benja-
min E Bronston. Fans N Cowart.
ecil P. Holland. Harold A Lund-
iield. Dr. C. Doren Tharp. Carl
Wemkle and S. D. Weissbuch
The Brotherhood Dinner will be
the opening evenl ol Brotherhood
Week and will kickoff an NCCJ
membership drive It was announc
ed by Orovitz thai a "Brotherhood
Fellowship Hour" would precede
the dinner Regional NCCJ Awards
go to adults and teenagers of the
three major faiths who have per-
lornied outstanding service to the
community. The award- committee.
insisting of Blank. Faris N Cow
.irt. Dr. J. H. Cunningham. Cecil
I'. Holland. LeGate. Orovitz. Carl
Weinkle and S. D. Weissbuch. an-
nounced that anyone may make a
nomination for the six awards by
submitting their nominations to
the awards committee.
Addressit ol direi
tors of the Ji i-b Social Sen ici
Bureau on Tueada) night, Judgi
Saul Seidman, ol Hartford, Conn
chairman "i the social planning
committee ol the Council ol Jewish
Federations and Welfare Fund-,
complimented the Jewish commu
nity of Miami
Meeting was held at the home of
Mr and Mr- Stanle) C Myers
Coral Cables
.Indue Seidman i- former indue
of the Juvenile Court in hi- com
munity and former president oi the
Jewish Family Service of that city
He has recentlj been made chair
i! an ol the New England Region
of the CJFWF He i- also active in
general communit) affairs, being
former vice president ol the Coun-
cil of Social Agencies He pres
entlj serves as member .it the ex
ecutive committee of the lommu
nity chest in Hartford
He i- also chairman ol the Con-
ference on Individualized Service-
ni the National Social Welfare \-
sembl)
Judge Seidman told the group
that the board meeting itself was
a "demonstration Oi sound partici-
pation in good planning He com-
mented on the high plane of sub-
ject matter considered and the
high level of decorum and active
attention of the board group It-elf.
I also congratulate." he -aid,
"the community on it- good for-
tune in having an outstanding and
nationally known leadership, par-
ticularly Stanlej Myers, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration Judge Seidman -aid that
Myers was a "prophet with honor"
m hi- own community, describing
Ihi m in which he Is
plseVi here '
Spci i the new-
' r enta in Jew i-li social
Imai n wed the
important roll that i an be played
ll) Jew l-ll I. 11111 > .
needs ol our old
er population. "Not more than
fnui pen cut ni people over the
ni 69 can be cared lor in existing
facilities oi homes for the aged."
he -aid "Manj of the remaining
!Mi percent be want on. "need
various forms of service, but are
better off without the total pro
tection of institutional life. Great
er reliance, it has In-en found. ;
should be placed upon the abilities
id older people to do much for
themselves. To achieve tbe-e 00
jectives. a*Wide variety of services
is needed Some, like counseling. ]
help with housing, private residen
tial care, supplementary financial
aid. homemaker service, are pro-1
grains that particularly should be
administered by family agencies "
Tied in with this statement. I
report was made to the hoard of
the approval given the agency pro-
Dosal for an expanded old age serv- j
ice by the board of directors of the
Welfare Planning Council The
suggested program calls for an en-1
largement of an old age depart- '
ment in the agency and the begin-
ning of a private residential care '
service The board was cautioned I
pprov-
al wa -' .. ii I lep in thi de

; ni iiind- large!) dep
up, n i nf thi i immunltj
Chest in ove it- goal "
i it in : ni w di relopments coming
hi i Hot ni the Welfare
P ricil also received at
tention i hese include t .1 rj port
by Mi I eingold on r nev*
committee coi.....ned with Adop
10mi Set \ 11' and Ser ices to L'n
11,.11 1 d Moth and report by
Hei b : s M .: new decision
to eslab >h a general community
11 uk hup l h 1 oard al
|| In tb idea thai a
communit) inl ri itioi
and rel vic< bi ablish -d,
under the administration ol the
Welfare Planning Council
Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Resumes Here Jan. 1
Dr Abraham Wolf son, preidenl
ni the Spinoza Forum Foundation
ot Miami Beach, announced this
week the 20th consecutive year of
the opening ol the forum series on
Saturdav afternoon and Sunday
evening at llth st and Ocean ct
Opening lecture will be given
Jan. 1, 3 p.m by Dr. Wolfson, who
will discuss his newly published
book. "Live One Hundred Years
Happily.
Dr. Wolfson is also the author
of "Road to Health and Happier
laving" and "Spinoza
r^nee inbmtction
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)Ay, DECEMBER 24. 1954
Kenwald Urges
JA Support
By! sniSfS
and civic lead-
','t|i, San S '"| ,1"',', Su"
"' Jewrj mu I
; ,nsibility of iolv-
1 current!)
i
1. lr, isina Ihc initial gift* com-
r 01, 1955 Greater Miami
i. h Appeal, Rosen
' ihal the miraculous pro
b demonstrated in the growth
snel result* from the gencr-
jjpport of the riA and the
tag-wide community campaigns
L, ,-, i m racing the Jewish
Le m French Morocco arc re-
Led anti-Semitic riots and the
Cjeroui rise oi Aral) nationalism
Rosenwald stated. Ac-
j;ng to the t 'A chairman, gOV-
jsmdI forces are ineffective in
Er efforts to control the upris-
Bigration to Israel appears to
i-,,. onl) solution, he pointed
and the families must move
o the new State at the rale of
1.000 per year from North Africa.
knt S35.(D.000 will be required
Ihandle this Immigration of "at-
Icted" per- iii. those having re-
ed medical treatment for di-
faa uid able to engage in gain-
I employment.
tkairman Carl Weinkle presided
Jibe breakfast meeting at which
Iports were heard by Morris W
krir.stein. national campaign
lairman of I MA. and Ellis Radin-
..nt executive vice chair-
in of the I'nited Jewish Appeal.
"We will nol allow any foreign
Itar.glements to endanger the sur-
jval of the State of Israel," said
trinstein. prominent Syracuse,
a* York business and communal
Wet 'The fate of Israel the
ih lemocrac) in the Middle Bast
depends pretty much on Amer-
en Jewry's generosity." he de-
an d
i in give us the strong
prt we need, the rest of the Unit-
Stal communities will follow
hd succeed in their campaigns."
I lewish Appeal cam-
l Sam .1 Heiman as-
I lers that "the Miami
Immuiuc. Hill meet the challenge
| atesl -urn of life-
history in 1985."
! House Committee Urged
To Investigate Faschts
-.[ ,'. tfOfl vnt
Ition League ol B'n ii |
urged (hat the II
i
be encou
groups
Hi
tional i li in lan, di
lished, bul
on the h
in"', e's staff a ;
defen e ol Vmerii n
He said the con
be congratulate I and a |
the report, which specifical
I a Vorkville neo Fascist grou|
ed the Nation) 1 Rcnaissanci Partj
and "Common Sense," a hati
lication edited bj anti-Semitic pub-
lisher Conde McGinley, in '
, N' was "neo ssarilj preliminarj
I in nature "
Schultz said 'it is essential that
jthe committee delve into the mure
widespread and dangerous hate-
I moagering of l h e Gerald L K.
Smith, the Joseph P Kamps, the
reborn Ku Klux Klan movements
and the many other individuals
and organizations who constitute a
'threat to American beliefs and
practice-
100 Club Installs
IGJnsburg President
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Sha-
piro Will install the newly elected
officers and board of directors of
the Hade County 100 Club at a
banquet Wednesday evening, .lan
5 in the Algiers hotel,
The chili, now m it- third year.
consists of one selected represen-
tative from the area's professional.
trade and industrial fields
The 1955 slate of leaders are
Ben Zion Ginsburg, president;
Jules p, Channing and George B.
Feller, vice presidents; Helen Al-
pert, executive secretary; Peter N.
Brooks, treasurer
Directors are Leonard II Glas-
ser. outgoing president. Harold
Prince. Harr> Pinsky, Bernard E.
Selevan, Dr Seymour Schneider.
Al Sherman. Maxwell .1 Mangold,
Sam Jackowitz, Samuel .1 Barg,
Harry Gordon, S) Brooks and Sid
Davidson
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Local B'nai B'rith leaders discuss mass initiation of new members scheduled for the Fon-
tainebleau hotel Monday evening. Shown (standing left to right) are Mitchel Wolfson, Ger-
shon Miller, Mrs. Jack Wein, Mrs. Murray Lazarus, Mrs. Helen Sanders and Sol Bodian. Seat-
ed (left to right) are Mrs. Joe Newman. Jack Kirschbaum, Edyth Fleisher and Mrs. Fannie
Reich. Philip M. Klutznick, international B'nai B'rith president, will be guest of honor.
Group to Install
Officers on Monday
Daughters of Israel will hold an
annual Chanuka luncheon in the
Victor hotel on Monday noon. In-
stallation of officers will take
place.
Officers are the Mesdames Aaron
S. Lauer. president; Herbert Ber-
ber, vice president; Chaim Kagan.
vice president; Saul Porush, re-
cording secretary; Sidney Rosen
b e r u corresponding secretary;
Morris HorovitZ, financial secre-
tary; and Pauline Chill, house
chairman.
Chairman ol the event is Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro
pty at Emanu-El
lr. cell hi it ion of the festival of
| i lUS -eh.d of
El will hold a
mornin according
R Mechlowitz,
ihc sen "! Progi am
' n ni dram
I Ru h Rudii
UCommittea Executive
pita Miami
kli. tional
oi i the conunu
irtnu i.t 1 lewish Commit...... was
we* k for a series
it h community
problems relating to
served as tpecia
the is. state Depart
' i develop a program
: '" rights for the U.S. Na-
lion for UNESCO.
uperviaor, he works ;
develop (he activities of the 44
pters n| ihe American Jewish;
''m:n"..... m cities all over the
ites His visit to Miami
"Wed a meeting with the
** Miami Chapter executive
mmiii,,. wmch Umc program
pw lor the coming year were
11 '.( Bccordiag to Dr. Kurt
>,r. executive committee chair-
Pan
ij|l
B'nai IVrith Councils
of Lodges and Women's Chapters
of South Florida
Cordially Invite You
to Join and Participate
in the
Mass I nil* hit ion
Ceremonies
to be held in the
GRAND BALLROOM
of the
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
MONDAY, DECEMBER 27th.. 8 P.M.
fa*
uthor to Speak
Hi'lga Eason. director of
">murni> relations of the Miami
I 'IC ''"ary. will be panelist on
lh7r,m a< he Coral Gables Jew-
Eg ,.nu'< Tuesday evening, Dec.
* speaker will be Nathan-
emreb. author of 'The Baby
*in, ,, ..Jhe Sonerti&..
Phlllp M. Klutznick, ^-^ft^aS
about the war against polio from P'e"Y, ^ vivacious
Koslosk,. the 1955 March of Dun.. PJ*r g ^
"MayMay/-a. h.r fr^J call^jrj. c ^ B-nai
ficiaries of previous drives. w> ith olher com.
B'rith throughout the ^%*\1g*LdM to defeat the
munity service organizations^in r'^ Foundalion for
dread disease. Sponsored by^he JNaUo H^ ^ ^ ^
Infantile Paralysis h ^mpa^gn ^h^Y fe sponsor spe.
3 to 31- Local umts are now oeing y
cial B'nai B'rith day..
The Oldest and Largest
Jewish Service Organization
WOMEN'S CHAPTERS:
Emma Lazarus chapter
(Busini -- & Professional)
Hollywood
Tropical
North Dade
Miami Chapter
North Shore Chapter
Eleanor Roosevelt
Flamingo Chapter
LODGES:
MO 7-2683
H 2-1907
UN 6-7520
7-7202
48-7943
UN 6-5084
MO 1-0029
88 8137
Miami Beach
Sholom
North Dade
North Shore
Coral Gables
Flamingo
Hollywood
Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-2715
52435
82-5664
66644
UN 6-8388
48-5187
64-1883
2-4601
Isaac Levin .............
4-5160
West Miami .
MO 1-9017



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+Jewtt> fkrkltori
J^^lE^ember
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Published tvery Friday alnc* 19?7 by the Jcwlah
Flondian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. "Miml IS. Florida
Entered ai second-class m.i'ter July 4, 1(30, at the Poit
Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewih Unity
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World,
wide News Service. National Edite>ial Association. Aimr.
can Association of English.Jewish Newspapers. Florida
Press Association.
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LEO MINDLIN.................................. News Editor
Philip ftiluf/ni< k
Philip M. Klutznick. international president
of B'nai B'rith. is now in Miami, and we take
this opportunity of welcoming him here.
Klutznick is one of the truly outstanding Jew-
ish leaders on the American scene. His civic
endeavors have not been confined to the Jew-
ish community alone; for many years, Klutznick
served as an authority on housing with the
Federal qovernment under the late President
Roosevelt.
In more recent times, he has taken an active
role in the destinv of the voung State of Israel.
Recentlv he headd a delegation composed of
major American Jewish orqanizations. which
met with Secretary of State Dulles to confer
en U.S. foreign policy abroad.
Klutznick's role as D'esident of B'nai B'rith
:eaches back to June. 1953. and as spokesman
for that fraternal order he has made his mark
1 rcles o' benevolent leader, keen observ-
writer and lecturer.
It seems to us most art durinq this season
to look unon Klutznick as a modern
st sense. For. like that
h hero of old ck has long been in
:ie nrdst of the I aed by all men who
freedom and i :t their hearts.
- U attend a mass
3 rith members here.
'.'.I inspire
lodges and chanters
to roi 'raditional service that B'nai
3'rith has broil the Amo-icon community
vei '.13 years end that he. himself, brinas
o every facet of endeavor in which he engages.
Ilr. k;i|laii .if ICiifhiv
The Greater Mianv community will turn out
Sundav at the Son= Souci hotel to anv tribute
to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on the occasion of his
cD'h birthday.
Dr. Kanlan, Rab^i Emeritus of Temple Israel,
came to Miami in Auqust. 1926. and sinre that
time has written an enviable record of achieve-
him*>lf, a= well as fit th" congrega-
tien of which he was spiritual leader
Under Dr. Kaplan'- Temnle Iro*l
. f.^, n handful of mo-
lOW-
alone r ter to 1
' on. Durina I Miami. 1
served tl I need ft Rab-
For | the fr*
Miami Ral I il Association and still con-
tinues as president of the Florida Rabbinical
Association.
Bringing his oholosophic wisdom and knowl-
edge of Jewish tradition to the community at
larae was also an important task for him As
faculty member at the University of Miami, Dr.
Kaplan for manv vears lectured to students
from all walks of life and from areas through-
out the nation, instillina in them the virtues
of patience and scholarship that characterize
thp spiritual heritage he serves.
His 80th birthday marks for Dr. Kaplan a
life rich in givina of himself, as well as of his
intellectual, moral and reliqious capacities. We
join with Temple Irael and with Greater Mi-
cm; in saluting Dr. Kaplan's past achievement.
We also join in offerinq up a prayer that many
fruitful years still remain for him in which to
carry on the dedicated work to which he has
heretofore brought such great devotion.
Thp N'oiil I ii.iii>
The House Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities has reported to the nation on the danger-
ous threat that extreme riqht organizations and
:;idividuals hold for American freedom.
This is probably the first organized and of-
ficial report on this threat with which our qov-
ernment has come up. We have looked for a
long time on the House and Senate's investiga-
tion into communist activities as a sort of iso-
lated approach to the defense of our demo-
cratic way of life.
The concentrated attack on communism in
our midst has left the manv Fascist and hate
croups amonq us to flourish. Now, our gov-
ernment has finally got around to telling these
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Volume 28 Number 52
Kislev 29. 5715
WELCHING ON A RESPONSIBILITY
lliirpau of i:Iu< .-.lion
Bureau of Jewish Education is currently
marking its 13th anniversary in Greater Miami.
A dinner at the Di Lido hotel last week cele-
brated the organization's chronicle of progress
here.
A concerted effort to coordinate the program
of Jewish education in Greater tyiiami began
here in 1938 and three years later the first
central agency for such coordination emerged.
From then until 1944, formative years, two dis-
tinctly named agencies undertook the task of
locally achieving a broad curriculum for Jew-
ish education among youth and adults.
The first day of March. 1955. marked the
birth of the Bureau of Jewish Education as we
know it today. The years that have since pass-
ed were by no means easy ones, but out of the
travail, the testing and the constant self-
analysis has emerged an organization that to-
day serves 23 schools, with 14 of them meeting
new affiliation requirements.
In addition, some 175 teachers are a direct
part of the Bureau's supervision, observation
and Seminar trainina. Its publications program
has increased to include instructive pedagogic
bulletins on all Jewish holidays, teaching
methodology and standard tests.
All this means that the 2.219 children attend-
ing afternoon Hebrew school sessions in Great-
er Miami and the 3.428 pupils of the Sunday
schools are assured a carelully planned cur-
riculum of Hebrew and traditional studies. This
also means that these religious school students
are taught by instructors whose qualifications
are beyond question.
During these past 13 years, much progress
in the establishment of a central program far
Jewish education here has been made. But
Bureau leaders know that much has still to be
accomplished. While its adult instruction
courses and extension activities, as well as its
fine library, are going a long way toward
making of the Bureau a coordinating agency for
Jewish education which its founders envisioned
back in 1938. the Bureau looks to the future
in Miami with the traditional Hebrew injunc-
tion: "More Torah More Life.''
AJP
UNITED nations it appeared
fitting during UN week, and In i
committee discussing disarmament,
(ur member <>f the Israel delega-
tion, a descendant of the ancient
prophets, to remind the nation-, of
the worldwhose bewildered rep-
reseotativei In the first committee
wen debating nuclear weapons
that one of hi-, ancestors. Isaiah,
was the first in the world to pro-
pee*- general disarmament when
that prophet urged the peoples
"to beat thetr HWor'as 'irffn'piow-
ibarei ami their spears into prun-
ing hooks "
Delivering his major speech in
the i iiinmittee which has just
adopted a resolution, acceptable
also to the Soviet Union, to agree
on procedural talks with respect to
the control of atomic and hydro-
gen weapons. Israel's Ambassador
to Canada. Michael Coney, started
out by saying that "in spite of the
fact that one of my ancestors made
the first disarmament proposal on
record, when he bade the nations
to beat their swords into plow-
iheres,' my delegation intervenes
in this debate with much diffi-
dence. The small country I repre-
sent," he continued, "has no atomic
and hydrogen weapons, and our
levies Of armed torces and conven-
tion.il rmamenta need not eaute
the slightest anxiety to anyone"
But, I inn.iy warned. "Crucial deci-
sion! must at this stage be taken
b] the powers which are principal-
ly involved, in the sense that they
possesi the major means of de-
st nut ion."
Two dayi after Comay made this
statement, the Committee did make
a crucial decision. The Soviet
Union joined the West as a cospon-
sor of a resolution that concluded
"that a further effort be made to
reach agreement on comprehens-
ive proposals to be embodied in a
draft international disarmament
convention providing for the total
prohibition of the use and manu-
facture of nuclear weapons and
weapons of mass destruction of
every type, together with the con-
version of existing stocks of nuc-
lear weapons for peaceful pur-
posei
Delegates, while not over-opti-
mistic, appeared elated over the
new turn oi events following au
eigb< v>.,r deadlock in the Disarm-
ament Commission Even Vlshin-
iky, while -minding a warning
against "over optimism. also catl
tinned the delegates against .irti
iicial pessimism*- a
a:......-.asm
West, comini ^ *
>:,>- Wve delegtte.
boost and g0(
jlhe occasion on< of n.....
j And spe;,K:n, :/Tr,' i
mightbe worth noting iLSS
Iternational hohdav ,.
importance with (.ach '"
year u a "World l>av cel
n every ^rtofthe^J"
larytseneral Da, H
! speaking at sprcmiT
'festivity at the hear^aWl
! comparing the commerc^l
national independence d
dividual nations, declared
we are celebrating another ka.1
World Day. It has not yet scZf
the deep emotional meaninelrfl
own national ,l,iy common to jn]
MOM The CN Charter honiJ
yean old. But. yet, in a sail
la a national da] It j| a 7nu
other nations C\ i>ay j^
turning-point, it marks a
longing of all peoplei of tnel
to use the fruit> of man's i.
Den in the service n( hip-
That the IN j9 the dr.. ,
beginning of nation] to gt-i \n
er tor the purpose of finding,e
mon denominator that could I
them into one peaceful co
line- without saying \- .,
Ding, and in the light of what!
already been accomplish!*]
must admit thai greal strides I
been made on the General |
scene in both the political and
mimic fields.
In a recent discussion with I
writer. Mr Ilammarskjold
that the IN machinery. M it m
stituted today, without any .
represents the seed'' tor it
world government. He exp
the belief that at some future!
I the UN will of a necessity i
j into a world government wa
I all nations will function as'
jereign states" under a federal]
I liament in the way the forty-*
I United States operate indep
I ly under the Federal governs
I Many UN delegate! share thisi
! and see world government el
only solution to the many
problems entailed in natio
Perhaps, after all, mankind I
reached the age the prophet*!
I of peace in which they viD{
, bless,.(| to sec the fulfillment I
1 tiah prophei) which ree
in the t N this week tmviiJi I
Instrumentalit) of Michael Cm
modern ambas> idor l peace.
RADIO SEEN BY HEBREW
groups that they are as subversive and danger-
ous as the Reds.
This will certainly show the American peo-
ple that all extremist groups no matter what
their particular brand name are unhealthy
for a continuing democratic way of life. The
bigots and hate mongers, the anti Semites and
anti-Negro groups, the ultra reactionary organ-
izations that besmirch a worldwide religion by
falsely attaching to themselves the name
"Christian" all these will now be lumped
together with the communists and exposed as
ememies of America.
We can only hope that the House Committee
will be more rapid in implementing its propsed
investigation of these croups than it has been
in branding them. At stake is the future of ev-
ery loyal and freedom-loving citizen.
By D. BEN AHARON
AJP
Readers of this column by now
must agree with the writer that the
Hebrew Bible is a most amazing
document, a remarkable blueprint
confirming Solomon's statement
that indeed "there is nothing new
under the sunthat which hath
been is that which shall be, and
that which hath been done is that
which shall be done."
For we have seen that the things
the scientific world has brought to
light in our age existed in ages
past. but. as Solomon said further
on, "There is no remembrance of
them "
We all agree that the discovery
of the radio is one of the great won-
ders of our age; yet. Psalm 19.
which commences with the words:
"The heavens declare the glory of
God. and the firmament showeth
His handiwork." speaks of "words"
whose line" geaa "out to the ends
of the earth The passage reads:
I'.i> unto day utleretb speech,
and night unto night revealeth
knowledge. There is no speech.
there are no words, without their
voice being heard. Their line is
gone out through all the earth, and
their words to the end of the
world" (Psalm 19: 3-4).
Whichever way <>ne may att(
to interpret these words, the I
remains that the author. Km*'
vid, opened his Paths with a i
ence to the atmosphere by s
that "the firmament showetftl
handiwork." Next, he indx*
that "day unto day utteretn I
and night unto night re
knowledge." In the light
I constant radio activities in
part of the world. *"*-
air-waves day and night, tlui
cal prophecy finally makes
and becomes understandawe.
Equally interesting is "*
that the author of G*"-**!"
in discussing voices
from one end of the eirtt"
other." uses a term sJrtJT
ately brings to mind tne j
d,o," namely, "r.d.o. compjjj
the Hebrew letters re>-y
yod-yod-Aleph
And one should truly-not
so greatly at the fact uW0",
brew Bible was able to for^
radio, nuclear energy and (
"therthing. that ha brtj-j
lot of mankind As the BJ* ^
Ulster Architect, one woui
eMH-ct that everytlual^
,b,s p,ane, would cert^
known to the One who la-
the universe ^1
"There is nothing new u.
tun."


MtY. DECEMBER 24. 1954
*kni PAGE 5 A
;e Committee Urges Hate Group
,be; Renaissance Party Hit Hard
jed from P9* 1 A
Conti"u(
uSJlwisli people ofjdttNB;
,,,. by gradual da
Sessional and political
P' and the righl of intermar-
JLpartv prate" the anti-Se-
L surges I'rasue two years
find "- ,he CommU
[. that "the 'conomic and P"
Among First
irded Charms
Mi local women are amonr.
Ht in the ration to wear Chen
m iwarded to women volun-
. tor selling Israel Bonds. The
j. were made by Chen co-
bnrn Mi" """r> Platoff an(l
Max Writ/ ..I I tea in the
of Mr- Al('" Sussman, 3701
Tr(.,. dr.. on Tuesday.
|Up.t of honor was Mrs. Irving
who with her husband.
:,., has just returned
i tour "i Israel. Entcrtain-
|was provided by Dick Brown.
| stop the Music"
major TV shows.
K-ipier.t- "I the first charm in
r- were the Mesdamea Jack
ch, Ben Frank-
I e Goldman, Lillian
in. .i e n n i e Groasinger,
k,!.! kalstein Abe Kasow. Celia
t(.. Sophie KrantZ, Lena Mint-
Barrj Platoff, Miriam Press
I Princes Rubin.
|lr> Kaso* and Mrs. Press each
fiwl their second charm. Mrs.
stein and Mrs. Mintzes receiv-
|h-,r third, and Mrs. Rubin and
Cach, who .ire the only two
mn Trustees of Israel in Flor
received tour charms. Each
tsfnls $2 500 in sales or pur-
ht charms, hand crafted in 14-
designed to symbol
th iwelve trtbea of Israel. The
'i hen" i- taken from the
Vniv
liti'-al ambitions ol a small coterii
oi Wall Street banki i are push
ing th.' t s into war And it h ,-
hiKh praise tor u.
ficienl I I'alltai ian i ci n n
tems of ih" Communist
Th" report concludes with
for continued Investigation ol pro-
Fascist groups it ) "The com.
mHtee i- convinced thai there is
concurrent need for continuous
Investigation, exposure an where
nmnaaary, prosecution to the end
that no activity df .t pro-Fascist na-
ture will ever he permitted to gain
substantial stature or influence in
the United States
In .New-York, u editorial in the
New York Herald Tribune endors-
ed the report It uid thai "man)
of these groups play upon racial
and religious prejudices, upon the
intuitive fear of the strange and
the foreign, and upon personal or
conspiratorial explanation; ol
world trends which bj their verj
immensity and complexity, often
baffle or confuse And the propa-
ganda always seeks to arouse
hatred."
Reelected to JDC
Local Jewish communit) leaders
were elected and reelected to the
board of directors ol the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee Election took
place at the 40th annual meeting of
JDC in New York
Reelected was l)r Kurt P( iser,
Miami Beach. Other local residents
continuing lo serve "ii the board
of directors are Stanley C. Myers,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. William 1)
Singer and Jacob Sher
Right V/orshipful Ben Essen, District Deputy Grand Master of the 28th Masonic District, will
install officers ol Hibiscus Lodge on Tuesday evening at Hibiscus Auditorium. Acting as
Grand Marshall will be Past Master E. Albert Pallot. Shown front row (left to right) are Na-
thaniel Kirsch. treasurer; Henry Waitzkin, Senior Warden; Malvin Englander, Worshipful
Master; Samuel Shapiro. Junior Warden; and Dr. Fred Bergman, secretary. Middle row
Heft lo riqht' are Joel Newman. Senior Deacon; Walter Fclk, Junior Deacon; Maurice College-
man, Honorary Marshall; Norton Pallot, Senior Steward; Henry Friedman, Junior Steward; and
Jerry Merlin, Tyler. Rear are Carl Lipton. Marshall; Samuel Elgison, Assistar.t Tyler; Sol Gol-
strom. Tyler Emeritus; Saul Nash, organist; and Samuel Green, Chaplain.
buth to Dance
I Israel Youth will hold a
p la) evening, Dec. 28.
hi Temple, according to an an-
this week by Paul
lie, president
Restaurant Owner Offers
New Service tor Diners
Max Fisher, new owner of the
Sherry Nimnandie restaurant, 940
71st St.. on Normandy Isle, has in-
stituted a new service
Learning that many parents
would like to dine out, but are un-
able to find baby sitters. Fisher
has compiled a list of available sit-
ters, who can take over when resi-
dents of the area want to cat at
the Sherry Normandie.
Fisher is a former associate with
I.ong Champs. New York
Andron Announces
Children's Camps
i>r David s Andron, prominent
Miami Beach communal leader
and owner and director of hotel
resort- and children's camps for
man) years in Florida. New York
and Pennsylvania, announced this
wei'k the establishment of two new
camps tor boys and girls at Loon
Lake, in the Adirondack*, Franklm
County. NY.
Loon Lake Camps will be set in !
the 3.500-acre Loon Lake estate and
will offer three complete and sep-;
arate campuses and facilities for
boys and girls. The camps count j
among their many features a pri-
vate four mile lake. 18 hole golf
course, six tennis courts, two base-
ball diamonds, t w o basketball
Skit Scheduled at
Kneseth Israel Meeting
Si-terhood of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation presented a Chanuka pro-
gram Tuesda) evening.
Cantor Abraham Seif rendered
the musical portion of the pro-
gram.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan spoke on
The Meaning of Chanuka." A hu-
morous skit. "'Meeting to Music,''
was presented by the following
members of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation:
The Mcsdames Michael Blank.
Abe Barkin, David Meltzer. Max
Newberger, Phillip Bendel. Ber-
nard Welkind, Bernard Kelemer,
Herbert Feldman. George Gold-
berg. Helen Hatz, Gabriel Perlman
and Saul Bernstein.
Report Denied Tito Offered
To Mediate Arab Tension
UNITED NATIONS Leo
Mates, head of the Yugoslavian
delegation to the United Nations.
denied here this week that Mar-
shal Tito had ever specifically of-
fered to act as mediator between
Israel and the Arab states. Mates
said Marshal Tito keenly "de-
plores'' t h e Arab-Israel tension,
but that there was no basis for
Tito's reported offer to act as me-
diator.
Youth to Meet
North Shore Club, Young Adult
Group, will meet Tuesday evening,
Dec. 28, at 629 75th st.
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w*w*
4*0*
brUtf***,
KOSHER
BABY MEATS
'me, PRODUCTS
5 Kosher Varieties:
KOSHER BEEF VEAL LAMB LIVE* BEEF HEART
Strained lor Infants Chopped lor Juniors
gourtt Bnd every land and water
sport and athletic facility
For the accommodations oi me
campers, there will be 50 cottages.
,] wuh private hath and showers
and all with living rooms for group
circles AH cottages are steam heat-
ed comfortabl) furnished and sur-
rounded with wide porches ami
Is wns
' -The climate ol Loon Lake ia ex-
eentionallv healthful, pollen -tree.
Sdtneelte.Stu^lWfee
! one ol the most beautiful
,,, ol the Adirondack State
park Dr. Andron explained
The director of the Loan Lake
en,,* >~ noted author and tee-
ir, ed,,.-...,.. and communal lead-
,ir fisted with IT. Andron
5u be .i rtaff oi directors, head
counsellor, and noted speculate
well as experienced wwinse low
Dr Andron. in explaining his
Ptow for the net; mm*" "J
hi. New York office, 2880 Broad
an? being pr.....cted along Unas of
OUtetantUng operation
-Bed BUTTER
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inPAY^ECEMBB,
24
Diamond Rings For Fiancees, Wedding Bells For New Bridd
Renee Ellis Chooses
March (> for Wedding
Miss Renee tllii
Renee Ellis an I Han ej Leif-
m.in are making plans for their
wedding March <> in Waldman'a
hotel, Miami Beach.
The bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs Max Ellis, 1851 SW 19th
st Miami, announced the couple's
betrothal this week
Mr Leifman i- the son "I Mr
and Mrs Harrj Leifman, 2425 Ha
ii pl Ml ill i I'.i ach
Mi-- Ellis atti n Ic I Miami Sen-
ior Hi ; i and the l niver
sit) ol Miami \\ hile al the t of
M she was Irea ur< r ol hi r soror
i' Phi S Sigma, and a mem-
ber of Hilla I Foundation
Mr Leifman attend) d Ihe L'ni-
\> rsitj ol Minnesota and Miami
;uiil served with the i S Navj
during World War II He is cur
......i iati i wrii Benj &
1 suppl) firm here
Miss Roberta I. Aditr
Adler, Dorfman
Plan for Spring
Mr and Mrs Jack Adler, 3008
Marseille Ir.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce Ihe engagement ol their
daughter, Roberta Jane, to Ronald
Charles Dorfman
Mr Dorfman i- the son ol Mr,
and Mrs Harry Dorfman, Cocoa,
Fla
The bride-to-be attended the
University of Illinois and is a
uate hi the University "i Miami
Mr Dorfman is a graduate of the
Universit) "i Kentucky where he
m ,i- a member ol '/.< la Bi la Ti u
fraternity.
He set ved tw j ears in th
ed forces both in the State* nd
in i\"i i ombal em im t .' t
he i- an insuranc i
Miami Beat h
The couoie plan to be married in
earl prins. and make their
hi me in I
Miss Lorraine Zimmermen
Zimmerman,
(ioldman Troth Told
\i .i famil) iimner party in the
Zimmerman home, Saturday night,
Mr and Mrs Nat Zimmerman
1751 SW Till -t announced the
i mint ui their daughter, Lor-
raim lo il> Goldman
Mr Goldman is the son ol Mr
and Mr- Louis Goldman, Bronx.
N.Y., who came down for the en
enl announcement Mr Gold-
man lives at 541 NW 108th si He
was graduated from Cambridge
! ol Radio B;>.! li
I the College "i the It) ol
Ni w Vork .mil :- now majoring in
I the Ui of Ml
an i
Mi- Zii n was gi ai
from Mia Uivh Scli
lUuinick, Roseman
Wedding Ceremony
Al (iables Center
Wedding ritt for Ellen Let
Rudnick and Neal Ira Ros<
were held Dec 19 afternoon at the
(oral Gables Jewish Center Rabbi
Morris'Skop officiated .it the doa-
ble ring ceremony
Daughter of Mr and Mrs John
Rudnick, "'.17 Palermo ave Coral
Gables, the bride was married
with a rmt: that belonged to her
grandmother
The groom i- the son <>f the
Harry Rose mans. 889 East 27th st..
Hialeah
Maul of honor was Mi-- Evelyn
Kent, cousin of the bride from
v m York Miss Enid Bogner and
Mr- Richard Keeker were brides
ii,.iid-
Mr- \ Lawrei ce Ro i
term law ol the gTOOm, kept the
it I.....k
in- at ti ndants im i
Lawrence Roseman, brother ..( the
groom, who acted as beat man
Edward Rudnick, brother of 'he
bride, and Richard Meeker were
ushers
Newlywed Mrs. Roseman gradu
aii d i r o m Miami Senior High
School and i- now a -> nioi at the
L'niversitj ol Miami, where -h.
majoring in food technolo)
Mr Roseman graduated from Mi-
ami Senior llich School and i- also
senior at the University ol Ml
ami, where he major- in chemis-
try and i- a Physics Laboratory
assistant
\ reception at the Coral (iables
Jewish Center followed the cere-
mony Out-of-town gueatl included
Mrs. A Papier. Philadelphia. Pa..
Mf and Mr- Benjamin O-trow.
Mr and Mr- S Kahinowitz. Miss
Kuth Katzenberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kent and Rosalind Kent.
Mr and Mr- Josfa Lewis, Mr Ed-
Ward I.....b, Mr. and Mrs George
Kent and Evelyn Kent and Mr. and
Mrs. J Goldstein, all from New
York.
Following a two-week motor trip ;
through Florida, the couple will j
reside at the University of Miami
dormitories.
Mrs. Heol I. lairmsn
PERSONALLY
Miss Kan i. \ ncj Bttl Ol I >e
trail Mich is spending the boil
days with her grandmother, Mrs
Nathan Fishman, ol lTti.i Daytonia
rd Miami Bess h

Mr and Mrs i> im Nowak .....l
their daughters, Carol, Rita and
Laura, arrived Sunda> from Belle
Harbor. Long Island' \ V The]
will be here ior the hottdaj and
will Ik' at home at 339 SW 24th
rd
Stella and Uw Braverman are
celebrating their 20th wedding an
niversary this week Lew is a mem-
ber of the Miami Beaeh Planning
Board and president of Dynamic
Appliances The Bravermans cele
brated by moving into tbeir new-
apartment at 350 South Shore dr..
Normandy Isle.
Joanne Kleanor Hahlow Becomes Bride
Of Myles Sherman Katon in Sunday Bites
.in. in- Eleanor Habli bi
Mr- M\ les Shi rman I il
wedding ceremonj Sunday eve
ning Dec 19 at th< Colony res-
taurant R ibbi Simon April. Mi
ami Hebrew School and I ngTt
tion spiritual li adi r, b n d Rabbi
Morris Skop ol the Coral Gables
Jewish Center offi< iated
The former Miss ll .blow is the
daughter ol Mr and Mrs Charles
ll.iblow. 1360 SW 18th st \lr
Eaton's parents are the Daniel K.
Eatons, 1U4I sw 77th ave
Given in marriage bj her fath-
er, tin bride was attired in a Ve-
netian lace over nylon tulle gown,
with sweetheart neckline, tight
fitted bodice a n d petit-point
sleevi which re pure white in
color
The neckline and sic vet were
trimmed with iridescent sequins.
The gown ended in full 'rain of
lace and included matching
-weetheart shaped crown of lace
studded with sequins Her finger
tip veil was ol French tulle She
carried Bible trimmed with
white orchid, and lilies of the val
ley
ron ol h uior was Kathryn
ll.iblow. th" bride's sister Brides
maids included th M Muriel
ist, Leila Dubler and Sara-I
Merlin. o( Miami, and Mr. Nor
man Konner Hs\ re de Grace. Md
Junior bridesmaids were Miss Ann
Carol Hahlow, Ihe bride- cousin
Ho-!,m Kan ,, D ,i mu
Sheila Kati another cou m from
Ball imore M I
Be t man lor his brother v ,,
Burton Eaton, and ushers included
Herbert B ir mow iky New Vork
and \n old Epstein Jack Sandier
and Harold Taylor all ol Miami
Franklin Eaton, the groom's broth
er Miami, and Kenneth Hahlow,
the bride's cousin, Boston, were
junior u-hers
Mrs Robert Beta, of Ft Lau-
derdale. was BOSOM
Newlywed Mr- Eaton graduated
from Miami Srnior High School.'
where she was a member of the
mixed chorus limes st;iff. Quill
and Scroll and president of Phi
Sigma Tail sorority At the I'niver-'
sity of Missouri, she became a
member of Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
ity, the chorus and was a repre-
sentative of Junior Pan Hellenic
Mrs. Mylu i. talon
and Association of Women Stu-
dents House Council.
The bride also attended the I'm
versitj of Miami, when she pledg-
ed Gamma Alpha (hi. national
women's advertising honorary
Mr. Elton attended Woodmen
Academy, Woodmen, Long island.
NY., ami graduatod from Ponce
de I.ion High School, where he
member ol the football and
baseball team- nd vice president
of the Letterraaifa < lub While at
Mu Uni' trait) <>( Miami, he WM
affiliated with Alpha Ep-ilon Pi
fraternity
The groom is presently employ-
ed by Sunstate Slacks Tampa. Fla
A reception and dinner follow-
ed the ceremony at the Colony.
Among out ot town guests were
Mr and Mrs Aaron Fallick. New
VORK CITY Mr and Mrs Law-
rein, Hahlow. Boston; Mr and
Mrs. Samuel Kati, Baltimore, and
Mr. and Mrs Raymond Katz.
Washington
The Katons left for New York
City by plane, where they will
spend their honeymoon.
Kopelowilz,
TroeknninTroih^
Misi Joyce Bruckner
Joyce's Troth Told
By Bruckners
Mr and Mrs. A I> Bruckner.
lt><(*i Jefferson ave Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Joyce! to Air Pone it
Ronald Millslein
Miss Bruckner attended Syracuse
University, where she was a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon social
sororitj she will be graduate of
George Washington University.
Mr Millstein, son of Mr and
Mrs Nathan Millstein, of N( '
*> irk. l- a graduate of Cornell I'm-
versit) when he was member
ol Alph i Epsilon Ft
He is attending the Georgetown
gradu l In Washington
'i he wedding eenmon) will take
plac J ;. 30 lh< Delano hotel
in Miami Bi." li
*2>
.V.
Mill lay Koptlowiti
Wedding belU will rini
June for Jo) Kopclowitz and I
ard Trot km.in Joy's pamtil
and Mrs M .1 KopelowiU, 3301
26th rd Miami who lornullrj
oounced Ihe coupli i i ngag
at a famil) iimner thi-
honor the couple al "P?n ho
and serve cocktail* in thi-ir I
on Sunday afti noon, Dei 26
joy met How ard in th.' -urn
of 1953 at
San- Soiiri h !( duril
llllal col,Ml,' nl Sigl
Mu ti.ii. rnitj ol which Hn
was rec irdi r s
The bridi i
in Californi i, Pmi cresl
derdale and WB> .1 .iluiited
Miami s, ni n I
ihe W .1- in:." i tti sod in*
of Phi Delta G mma social
ell
Howard, i- ili 11 i1 Mr
Mr- Bernard Trockman, Eussl
Ind He will I graduated !n
Indiana Universlt) ill June.
The couple'- plan- are to rotunl
college, where Howard will
tinue Kradu.it.- work ti''ird
law degree
Jean Wassernian
Picks March '11
Farly sprm- weddiBI March 127. has been chosen bj
.ban Kuth W.i serman und Sum
M Einsohn.
Their engagi mi i
bv her parent-. Mr and Mr.
,,ei Wasserman 120 \K60th<
Mr Einsohn i-
and Mr- Harrj Einsohn. Hun
ton. N V
The bride-elect a graduate]
Miami High School and *
the Uninrsitic ol wV*
Florida, where -he majortdW
She is a Kra.luat.'ernnrtmoei.|
Her fiance served three j**]
il,.. Ann;. Iwo i i which**"1
in the Pacific M present Ml
member ol the firm l B"
Jewelers in Hunting!**-
Miis H*
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DECEMBERJfl954_

^4
|iii Vickf'llcn Herman
i-KIKn Herman's
lhiil Announced
I,. I Mr- Saul Herman. <>f
| announce the be
f their daughter, Vicki
[; jo.seph Friedman, am ol
Ld Mr- Samuel liiedman.
ad) !- ,
Hiami Beach High School
\ i Ellen i- now a sen-
i University, when
jan officer ol Phi Sigma Big
oritj
I (tended the Unl-
: He received
| I the MBA de-
th t niversity
lim. |ii tat ion-
! .
planned.
I'M Studenl Weds
Marine Corporal
A I Diversity ol Miami studi nl
Mi--. Bash Tepper, in : ( p
don K Leviaon < the Marine < orp
Air Station Opa |ocka, were m u
ried Saturday at 7 ho p m in ihe
lion pkeepers' Club Rabbi i
Skop pert irme :;i cere i
The bride >- Me daugh Mr
and Mr- Hera Ti i
Oak ;.-. Her .
marria
CpL Levi n is th ..,
George Levis n..
brother, Rol
broth i;
c
brii
Mr.< C*
f hmor. I
a cou-m. and l
hrtde
blue tulle with baski t oi ro
flow ini .
anta
rulle.
The .1 | while
lace with fingertip veil h Id In .i
pearl an i i hm p She car
ried Iwo white orchids on .i Bible
The i>! idegro mi app< are i in Ma
rine dress blues,
JwHinnrkmn
PAGE 7 A
Baker, AarWhsWill Reside on Beach



H.n. Cordon E. lev-son
Hn. Arnold M. Straus
|s Bernie Chooses
Tiered Veil
matei nal grand-
Ivrael Richman, gave Ifiaa
B th,.' in marriage
fi wh n -I. became the bride
ld Maurice Straus.
Kronih an I Cahtor
Kelemer officiated at the
Mi-ln ci n monj .it (i p m. in
>tp|
i thi daughter ol Mr*.
iBernie. ill 82nd t.-r.. Mi
*" Mr Straus i> the son of
i- 4202 Meridian ave.
I
f bride's gown waa <>f chantil-
| and -..Mi and she wore- a
'tip veil.
r Ginger B< rnie was her ah>
|ma"1 "f honor, other attend
pw* Mi- Rosemarie Straus.
prnnm'.s -i.|,r NIrs u-onard
Mrs Robert Slatko. Miss
"">odm,i Miss Khoda Halz
[n *"" pale pink gowns and
' m*trhiiiK muffs
*hock* was best man.
*"' It Ronald Albert,
l,?rk,r Marshall Pepper.
/"beri Sheldon Aberman. |
f Perlmutter, Avery Stone.
"d Halan Steinbaum. St.
' hnneymoon in the West
a coupi,. wjll make thcir
' 7301 Carlyle ave., Miami
Linda (irace Ashc
Weds Richard Cicero
Linda Grace Ashe became the
bride ol Richard Paul Cicero Sun
day evening at Ihe Shelborne ho
tel Rabbi Irving Lehrman ofl
ed
The bride is the daughter ol Mr.
and Mr- Henrj Cohn. 728 Euclid
tve Given in marriage bj her
father, the wore chantilly lace
and nylon tule gown i /er satin
Barbara A-he. bride's sister, was
maid of honor m a pale orchid
satin dress
Mr. Cicero, son ol Mr and Mrs
Joseph Cicero 2110 SW I5lh si .
v- atten.led b) Arnold Mannis as
haul man.
Stanles Weliins, and Martin
BreckJtein were ushers
A dinner followed the ceremony.
Mn. Ah'.n Goodnic.i
Miss (ioodman Weds
And Keeps Old Name
Mi-- Carol Joyce Goodman be-
the bride Sunday ni Alvin
I man.
Rabbi Henrj Okolica officiated
at th 8 p m ceremonj in North
Dade Jewish Center.
The bride is the daughter ol Mr.
an I Mrs David it Goodman, 314
\\v 108th -' Mr, Goodman is the
son "\ Mr and Mrs Samuel Good-
man. H12 s\v llli ave.
I.ace ami tulle gown was worn
bj the bride.
Miss I> iris Meyer v.as her honor
ttei nl and brid 'snjatrons were
Mrs R islj n and Mrs Shirley i
man. -i vi in-law oi th bride-
groom.
girl
Mai k G.i ths bride's
irer
Jack Go m for
his l rother
!;. ception al Ihe I enter lol
i
Vfti r a wedding trij to I
more and New York, th couple
will live in Ihe l niversit) ol Miami
dormitories i"" married c iuples.
Mr Goodman is a I'M law -indent.
Miss Mary Ann Baker and Al-
ii' 'i I he i. r Aarons wen- marrie I
al I 30 p m Sunday. Rabbi Leon
Kronish read the service in his
" Ti mple Beth Sholom.
The bride is daughter ol Mrs.
n Baker, t;727 Indian Creek
di \; ii i B ai h and ll Claj Bak-
' leveland. The bridegroom is
"ii oi Mr and Mrs ll irrj r Aar
i n N .. Vork
The bride and her mother de
Ihe wi d I ... The ic
blue gown was trimmed with 120
yards ol pleatii I with val
1' Hal and -I..... matched the
i h l.ride carried whiti
Is on a ii.
JOS III 1 ,ii .,(
rlr< --
with ii. h ml I carried pink
..rcli.d-
Gilbi rl Sieg I, New Vork, w i
besl man Dr Harrj N ledelman
-a\e (he bride in m irris
A reception and family dinner
were held in the bride's mother's
home after the ceremony. The
newlyweds will be al home al 8340
Crespi blvd. Miami Beach, after
Jan. 1.
The bride attended the Univer
sity ni Miami. The bridegroom
studied at I'M. University of Rich-
mond, Columbia University and
Universite de Grenoble in France,
lie i- a language teacher in Miami
Beach High School.
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Academy Women
Mark Chanuka
Hebrew Academy dramatics and
choral groups held a Chanuka (As
ti\;ii at the annual membership tea
of Hebrew Academj Women Wed
11 clay in the Tides hotel.
Mrs lack Donnerstag directed
the choral group, Mrs Sidney Rub-
inowitz, president, inducted new
members.
A report on the progress of the
Academy's annual pictorial journ
al and plans for Hebrew Academy
Week were outlined by Mrs Irving
Firtel. journal chairman, and Mrs.
S A Goodman, co-chairman
A J Htm
+Jelsl>fk>ri(Mar7
b-j LEAH LEONARD
FRIDAY.
DECEMbij,
( m muka 111 "I Sunday evening
and i- followed closely >> mid
v. inter vacations tor students id
grade -* heol and college it i- well
to plan lor parties ions; i" ad-
vance, eaneciall) if you are expect-
ing soiin and daughters and their
e frk nds How about baking
some Krut Cakes? Here i> a re
dpi (or Fruit ( -ike-, you can bake
a! once for both Chanuka parties
Combine .'" which have been cooled ItHurn to
.v.n <>n a cookie sheet Bake
lo to ifl minutes longer at 27.r> deg
l The ula/c bm) bi' bruahed on
levenl thnes during thi- addition
al hakinu with good results When
cold, be sure to wrap cakes sepa
rately in aluminum foil before re
turning to tins or pans that have
been rarefull] waahed and dried.
Conference of Educators
To Consider New Methods
NSW YORK -A conference on
new techniques in religious ediic.i
tion will take place at the House
of Living Judaism here Dec 26 to
28. it was revealed tin- week bj
I>r Kmanuel (lamoraii. director ol
the Commission on Jewish Educa
tion of the Union ol American Hi
brew Congregatii ni
Rabbis and principals ol relig-
ious schools from the Eastern Si
board will attend the conference,
the first oi its kind ever to take
place
Sydne) .' Greenberg, education
director ol Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach, will be among those
participating in the program
Dramatics, Psychiatry Fused
At Center Meetings Here
Dramatics and psychiatrj joined
forces to bring increased under-
standing to parents about tie prob-
lems of pre school children in a
scne- of meetings arranged by the
Parent Teacher Associations of the
nursery schools sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
The first of these meetings was ,
held Wednesday. Dec 8. 8 p.m..
at the Beach Branch, and the sec-
ond will take place Tueadaj BVC
ning. Dec. 14. for the joint parent
bodies of the Town Branch and
Hagler Cranada Center at 50 NW
51-t pi
rbe play, Scattered Showers,"
through t h e Mental
Health Society, will be enacted by
ttie ( enter drama group under the
direction id Albert HurwitZ.
Dr Albert Jayson, psychiatrist,
Will lead the discussion at the
Beach Branch after the perform-!
A psjchologist from tin I ni-
versitj oi Miami Dr Richard V.
d, will follow the dramatic pi
at 1 igler-i Iranada
and midyear vacation .ntertain Wrap cakes with aluminum foil for
storing and ripening for about two
weeks U'fore cutting and serving
ing.
1
1
1
ted
Dark Fruit Coke
pound s.....Hess raisins
pound currants
pound prunes, soaked and
pit
Yields 4-pound tins ot fruit cake.
weighing much more Or 4-loaf
fruit cakes
Second Year lor Hyman's
Mr and Mr- Hymafl Bail this
announced their second year
ol operation at Hyman's Kosher
Restaurant, 1301 Collins ave Mi
ami Beach The Bells are former
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i cup c. ndied citron, diced fine
1 cup candied orange or grape
fruit pet !. duel! fine
2 cup- co.i.-i:> i hopped nuts.
walnut-, almond.*
l' cups vegetable shortening
t! i .
l cup strong coffi i
n tablespoons vanilla extract
6 cup- sifted flour .
3 teaspoons baking powder
l teaspoon baking soda
l teaspoon salt
1 lea-poon cinnamon
1 tea-poon allspice
'; teaspoon nutmeg
C' teaspoon cloves, opptmnal
2 cup- dark brow n SUgai
1 cup dark molaSSCS
'j cup brandy
Prepare 4 one pound coffee cans
with tight fitting cover- by lining
with aluminum foil or greased
beavj paper cut to fit. Or use 9 inch |
loaf pans if more convenient Use.
a kitchen scissors for cutting rais-
ins, prunes ;,nd tigs into fine bits.
Combine with currant- and diced
candied fruit peels and dust light-
ly with flour or shake in a paper
bag for equal coating. Add chop-
ped nuts of your choice. Sift to-
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a large mixing bowl. Cream short-
ening and brown sugar and add
eggs one at a time, beating well
after each addition. Blend in mo-
lasses and -tir in the sifted dr> in-
gredients ., ImI, ;,t a time, alter-
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nut combination, stirring well after
each addition Add a little at a
time of the coffee mixed with
brands and vanilla flavoring as
you blend all together into a heavj
but evenl) mixed batter
Turn into the prepared baking
tin- or leal pans, filling two-thirds
full. Cover tightly, tying heavy
aluminum foil over the loaf pans it
used Place in hallow pans hold-
ing BDOUt 2 indies deep water to
(invent possible scorching of cake
bottom- Bake 2 to 24 hours at
300 deg i replenishing water if
necessary Remove from water
pans and continue baking 45 to 60
minute- longer at 215 deg K Test
before removing from oven by in-
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Cakes and let cool in the pans by
placing them on wire rack- to per
mil air to circulate u n d a r and
around 1 nmold and remove alumi
num foil or greased paper if
i- deain d prepare the f
low ing to pour over i akes
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' i cup water
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Chicagoans to Meet
Meeting oi the Chicago flub ol
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The appointment of Dr. Ber-
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freeric B. Bernard
|Hc Bernard Bar
k;ih on Saturday
Iru Barry Bernard, son of
icon Bernard, 5311
.1 Miami, will become
|m.,h during Saturday morn-
Efcej I'm 25. i>f Downtown
I,, \n, Becker, spiritual
mil officiate, with Fred-
faondii
\ nt in the eighth grade of
Park Junior Hii;h School.
i ih ill be honored
tct'ptMti in his homo Satur-
V
Nig tho>c present will bo his
f thi r, Mrs. Lena
iklyn, NY. anil
al gi ents, Mr. and
| I. Miami.
mII bo Mr. and
: i! Wolf, Lakeland.
bid Mr ami Mrs Jack Ha-
liirn-l'iwn. N.J.
I'ost-C'hanuka Fete
Planned Tuesday
th
Mrs Sonia Robbin
president of
lllll Ml Pi0.
arranged a post
i' irl; i.i,- Tuesday
1 Hi,
uditorium.
Golda M
Women. I
Chanuka card
Youth Officers Named
Officers of the United Syna-
Ko-ue Youth of Temple KmanuKI
ere announced this week.
President is Paul Ruthfield. Oth-
ers include vice president. Frank
Bauer; treasurer, Leslie Weisen;
recording secretary, Dorothy Bau-
man; and corresponding secretary,
Madeleine Teitelhaum.
Beth
A '"'i'11 Mrs. Clara I.eii
national Me,, president ol the
American Pioneer Women, bn
tings from the N< w y0rk of-
'"' '" 'l"' monthly meeting ol the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women's Organizations Monday
evening when they met at the home
of Mr- Mary Tarakan.
Mr-. Leff is also the national
chairman for the MoeUel rlapoa-
loth, -ister organization of the Pio-
neer Women in Israel
Dr. Davis to Attend
Honig Bai- Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Barry Honig,
son of Mrs. Berniee Honiu. 935 8th
I st., and the late Rabbi Jacob .1.
Honic: will take place Saturday
morning at Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi In inn Lehrman will offici-
ate.
Barry is a graduate of the He-
brew Acadeim and is now a ninth
grade student at Miaou Beach Hitih
School. He is a member ol 'lie eon
1 firmation class of Hie n
school of Temple Emanu-El
Out-of-town guests will ii
Dr Moshe Davis, provost ol Hie
Jewish Theological Seminar) ol
America
r;ild Ijolhstcin
Mitzvah
lid Roth-tt in. son of Mr. and
.A Rothstein, 114 -2nd ter.,
|k) Isle, will
ate his Bar
ih at Tem-
Unu-EI on
Bay morn-
Rabbi In
thniun will
Be
brant
i h t h
Inn-
I1-' N
class ol the re
remple Kman-Kl.
Ronald
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v
en Baron, son ol Mr. and
Murray Baron. 3759
free dr., will become Bar
ah Saturday, December
| Temple Beth Sholom.
bl Leon Kronish will of-
F,e Steven, a student at
[h Sholom Religious
is in the eighth grade
Stilus Junior High
' and a member of
f Scout Troop 35. Among
1 *iU be Steven's uncle,
M Stern and family.
r '"%. and Mr. and
lil1 We,nsock and fam-
l^entown. Pa.
Rabbi Abraham Herson has
been given a five-year con-
tract as spiritual leader of
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, Herman Kutun, president,
revealed this week. Official
installation will be held Jan.
30 at the Sterling hotel. Rabbi
Herson came to the Center
horn Texas four months ago.

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Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sterling Room Opens
Sterling hotel Starlight room will
open Tuesday night, Dec. 21. with
the spotlight on Jenie Moore and
her piano styling. Starlight room
will now open at 5 and clo-e at
midnight.
4. IT'S TASTI THAT COUNTS!*
Daniel Lee Miller, son of Mr.
and Mis. Robert Miller, 3551
Crystal View ct.. will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Dec. 25, at the Coral
Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi
Morris Skop and Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson will officiate.
Daniel is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior
High School, where he is a
member of the band. He is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Shapoff
Phone Number Changed i
Hade Federal Savings and Loan
Association thi- week revealed
that the new phone number for it-
mam offici al NE 1-t ave and 1st |
St., I- 82-5461 -
Rabbi is Guest Speakei
BROWN KASHE
.
is so tempting. A tasty, nutritious
replacement for potatoes, rice, #
beans, and other side-dishes.
Protein-rich lets fattening!
DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS THKIFTY
AISOf'.'WfWOirFSCiAMYKiNtlS..Dri/CH:rUl
.UC*WMf CMS rod CfMl AND PUDDINGS
Home ol Rabbi Abrah im Klur-
descendant ol the "Barditshe-
\, r Rebbe." will be the scene ol a
M, lave Demalkah" Satu rdaj
night al 618 SW I7th ave. Guest
speaker will he Rabbi Samuel Kro-
lovitz.
ON SALE AT
BOOO FAIH and CARLS
LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclus.ve D.stnbutors
2402 N.E 2nd AVENUE. PHONE 3-7791
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3131 COMMODOM PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE
FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM 1.9S
Private Party Rooms for Banquets
KING SIZED COCKTAILS
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Your HoiUSidney Jacobs. Sam Leition
yi 4f jjf j> | H*

NOW OPEN
LOU and PEARL
former Operators of leoaina Miami Beach
Hotel Dinina Rooms Are Now Operating
The RED MILL
RESTAURANT
CORNER OF 80th ST. & BISCAYNE BLVD.
$ervin9 the Ultimate in fine Foods at Sensihle Prices I
Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary ol America, will be
guest speaker at the morning
ice ot Temple Emanu-El
FKATM'RMX HOI toW mtNNBBS
A FEAST THAT WILL 10NG BE REMEMBERED"
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Saturday


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FRIDAY
West Flagler Kennel Club Opens Season
Saturday Eve; Attractions Are Added
Op<
West Flagler Ken
nel i lull, known throughout the
as tl hound
u in op<
28, lor what
mo>l colorful and
meel and thrill
historj of the track,
This naugural mark- the I
ol Mi, 25th j ii '! dog rac
M i -i Flagler, and th
-ands who jam the famous ranine
. n ili.it nighl will find the
. decked out in il i n splen
iii coming into i
Ol i i i : II '
i- idon Hi chl and Jack Co
I urchased the picturesqui dog
ar .,.:" havi i
dditions In the ph)
-ical structure "t the plant, giv-
\\ i -i Flaglei .i "new l<
These i hanges, thi : n
added Ik..it> and comfort for
the hundreds ol thousands ol fans
who will trek to West Flagler this
-. ..-mi Mori' seating, more stand-
in; more betting w indon -. a
complete renovating ol thr racing
strip and better visibility of the
ra< ing o\a!, are just a few "t the
man) new improvements which
have been made at Flagler f"r the
1954 55 meeting
Six inches ol -ml have been re-
I frum the surface of the
track and new roil added, thus giv-
ing the dogs perfect footing Hechl
and "oopi r i xplained
Both thi- Flagler course -'nil S
16th mile boxi will open auto-
matical!) The automatic box trip-
per was used solely on the 5 lfith
mile box last year When the rab-
bit reaches a -et position on the
a special electrical tripping
mechanism automatically openi
Ihe loors ing the greyhounds on their wa)
when the ti ii u g e Flagler automatic clock
\t the imi-h ut ., raci an
lectric eye stops the i
I in- lail) double each night will
in on the hr-st and second
i' with the post time for the
ace K p m
llurii ithon i
be nightly featui
Executive Group
Members Listed
i


Mr- Mbert i
I Id
!!.
Irvin
I st mle) i
H) : .-. Irv
Sam t Sim
Milton Sirkm William
Sus>man Jack Toppel, ( arl
Stuart u in l
In addition, serving on the ex
ecutive committee are Mrs Sirkm,
A. liu.ld Cutler William Km
Sidne) stiller. Fred Sbxx In
rd Wi ksler vice presidents,
Ml Carl Weinkie tre.,
In secrct.il>
Fred Shochet, nominations com-
mittee chairman; Richard Pink,
ership committee chairman;
Stiller program committee
< hairman Joseph Hasten ;
nel committee chairman Beymour
Gelber, publicity commute*- chair-
William Kneapler. budget
Jock Cooper
Plaza Bidding
?ens in Town
Hi p
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I of th
, h i nstructed
!
.. .
lion
i,
. the pub
., ;.,-. ifet) device in
ih Miuth i'. "' i >nic di
irs from
.i i- w i i.'i
m ii f i ithei d o o r The
mil floor will contain -.even
ston including a drug firm, res-
taurant "huh will serve 200, nov-
el!) sports -Imp sweater -hop
hnii-. ii .hi finance loan agency, op
tical compan) and newspaper-
magazini -tore The U.S Collector
of Internal Revenue will occup)
the third floor with the remainder
of office -pace utilised by a mort-
gage company, life insurance
ency, doctors, attorneys and certi
fled public accountants
Sirkm said the location of the
building in the DuPont Plata area
Was -elected because of the nat-
ural growth <>f business shown in
that area recently The Joshua Cor
poration builders in the Miami
area since 1034 has constructed
man) of the Miami Beach hotel-.
incuding the Trigon, Atlantis, Lin-
coln (enter. De l.ido and Albion,
a- well as hundreds of homes in
the Northwest section of Miami
and the Miracle Building in Coral
I !
DEC^3FJij
Trustees and
Guardians Honored
i hi n will i' .. solemn pinning
honor tl
1 : the
i hairmai
tion,



in-

I
II
more \
: Israel
I- ,i- .. posit ipport
"I our pohc) ..I Ii
nanci.....nd l<
I i lop
ing ol natural n blish
in of large-scale irrigation >-
tem- f.,r expanded food produi
lion and citrui i sportt i | the i
ord expansion ,,| industr) arc ba
ill) the results "f funds derived
from the sale of Israel Develop
ment Bonds "
Young ZOA to Meet
young married district of Zo\
will meet at 1947 Wed Flagler st
iturday muht \ lating Al
and Jean KinkeKtein in arrange
are Mr and Mr Art Sha
piro. Mr and Mrs Arthur Koth. Mr
committee chairman; A Budd Cut- and Mrs Norman Shandelman Mr
ler administration c o m m i 11 e e | and Mrs. Harvey Sootin Mr and
chairman; and Sidney Palmer, fund j Mrs. Dan Grossman and Mr and
I .using committee chairman. | Mrs. Al Gnat.
y
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A V.\
Mrs. Murry Grossman, Mrs. Jean Arnold and Mrs.
Hayden discuss final plans for the eighth annual retsj
Camp Carlyle for boys and girls at Hendersonville, N.C
is slated for Sunday afternoon, Dec. 26. Mrs. Arnold
of the camp, will be host to 300 campers and poeasj]
program of entertainment and reunion festivities.
Senior, Junior Officers
To Be Installed Friday
Ke^ular meeting ol the Dynamic
Psychological Social > ol Gsswter
Miami was held Prida) evening,
at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis
Muffs, :MK) SW 17th st
Featured was the inatallatton of
senior and junior groups, and In-
stalling officer was Mr Louii
Milton
Officers are president Ml Bi i
1 h fir-t vice pn sidi nl Mrs
Sidne) Ett ii ond \ ice prr-i
Sidm y Mi In isurer,
ecretar)
Mi- Vnita I en il sec
Mi Fried Boracl nd
I!, i
r
lice pn
llcchl
liu'li !
n Duel
in
Opera Ticket Purchase
Sites Revealed Here
Burdine third floor will l>e the
site of ticket sales tor the Greater
Miami Opera Guild's productions
scheduled January and February.
according to I>r Arturo dl Pilipi.
The Guild's director this week
said that tickets for both operas.
"Barber ol Seville" and "Lucia di
Lamiiu rmonr." may be purchased
there, as well as at Sachs Fifth
Avenue, Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach
Radio. St-adman s in Coral Gables
and Cordelia -
' Barber of Seville' is scheduled
Jan 29 and Feb. 2 in Dade County
Auditorium. An alternate produc-
tion will be held Jan 1 in Miami
Beach Auditorium
Feb. 19 and 26 are the dates for
"Lucia di I.ammermoor" at Dade
County Auditorium. The Beach
Auditorium will -how this produc
Pi h 24
. '
Mel
Bond Sales Ahead
Saving! Ix>nd chairman Harr\ II
Basset t, ol Dade County, this we<
a ported I hat Seri E md H St'
'or the reporting
i ndi d In November
wen ii8 2 percent ahead of the
i -t year S il<
nt It* i'i/ of wl
Dadi ted foi MS
I ..i to date in

Will' ... i I tin-
i .. : | i, ..I- a
Home Residents
To be Entertain
Sunda) Dec 26 from |
p.m., the Greater Miami wj
Auxiliar) Jewish Hob*
\ ed, will hold it> annual(
party fur residenti, at the j
150 NK 53rd st. United I
True Sisters will partida
distributing gifts
Mr- Isidor Cobea, to
bonorar) past president'
Home, will -pnnsor th* |
tertainment hj- been am
Mr- Louii Mukuvskv.
chairman
Tuesda) Dec 28. at
regular monthly meetinf I
1 auxiliar) will take placet\
gien hotel Mrs. Mollie!
president, will discua
plans Mr- Djvid
membership chairman. ml|
' on a part) l"r all new
foi MondsT,|
at Ihe I n : Mr- Jack (
I .rcle.
Beach Fashion Gu
Name.- New 0ffice|
I
timid
ik.
\\ InJlJ
first vi i
pi
,',J Jidj
Sfc >
versfflT'
Cast of "The Bureau Marchea On." ncraative ript presented at the 13th anm
of the Bureau of Jewish Education held in the Di Lido hotel Dec. 15. ^,edr^*fb
Irwin Siegel. Deena Serotta. Ellen Bollrer. Kenneth Sher and Mrs. Charles w ^
Standing (left to right) are Sondra Levy, Louia Schwartrman, author and nan '^(
Thurman. Louis Heiman. Stanley Myers. Max Meisel. Benjamin Meyers an J
On the platform are Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, president, and Mrs. Louis oia
of the dinner committee.


k Crowd Views
torial Affair
Utami turned <>ut to
X to the late Jack Ablin
,:hU t the Jewiib
fcrthe Aged which now
na""'
M0P.T-..--- iembled m
. ,!,. late commu.
Lr'. together with
and daugh-
, Mr Md Mrs.
(hi ribbon to
new builclinu
| j, ,i, Home i i *
ci'ities.
' runc'ieij wan
Rruh Vice Mayor Harold
norar} president ol the
I rnrrnan de
.(,,. r and bene-
I, re brought by
and Abe
| Beach and Mi-
ll Walker, chair-
[th,-.. ninr itizens division,
| ; m Council; Mr- Sol
an. president ol the Worn-
fcliary; Stanlej C Myen,
Miami Jewish Federation
f. vhe Kurman, Home
m
i u.i- Col. Jacob M.
national!) noted political
i hi( and Miami
|h i chai icteriad the new
i Mr Ablln'i
Col Arvt-y
|at I < instruction "f the
I" itea Miami's
If hal Hi" addition
[ Icir the Aged
L new residenta
Ir the Douglas Gardeni to*
b
ew Speaking Group
peet Tuesday
Inn Hebrew Speaking
|... Gi r Miami, will meet
r ninj Dec. 27. at the
Inf Mr and Mrs Harry Pe-
B2S Royal Palm ave.
Li speakei will be Morris B.
Inn. who recently returned
tour ol Israel. Newman.
Ln ol th executive com-
I n| "Hadoar." is also a mem-
I the praesidium of Histadrut
| of America.
on the program will be
membi r of the Hebrew
D) [acult] Faculty member
i-h will review the program
:. past year
-t**iltkfidlia,r


Daughter Born to Ebons
M xshiv.ion ia.ii'i Israel
Bml aes) h..- announced the birth
of a daughter, Giia, to Ambassador
and Mr- Abba Eban at George
Washington Hospital here Dec 13
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'Last Chance Dance'
I .st Chance Dance will be pre
in"' i by Mi i iii Beach Masada
I Young Adult Zionist District on
s.i,i!, |< ol [hi in the I a-'iiM room
of th ll" Monte Carlo Mar
cell* Faldsti .-. is fund i
i ba man, and proceeds v. ill be ear
dm Silver, cbildren'i
j'tural tra i i hool in 1-
rael A vis ing Miss Waldstein art
Maril) n Sanders,
Afglt.j U.i iv. m. Jen \ Miller, Leila
Gi'Ow.'. .c. .. i JoaewiU. Harriet Shut-'
;.ml Gil Kjpp.ipurt. Florida ZOA
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Holiday Hosts
Norman Bruce Brown Post Aux-
iliary, JWV, will give patients in
War.I 17 nt Pratt General Hospital
a holiday party on Saturday eve-
ning On Sunday the Auxiliary will
participate with other JWV groups
in an annual (hanuka affair sched-
uled for the chapel at Pratt
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Gallery Slates Exhibit
Mirell Gallery, 18 Anthony Ar-
rarlo ("iiiiinnt Rmvt will linen a '"" '' '''"''
caae. itnoniii urove, win open a ,,, k ,,...... N... v n !Ll%. s -i.i
new -how Sunday evening to run M-mo i >
.. 1 iin.uiL-.i.
BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ
-' I'1 inn Ivanla ,,v.- \| .,,
' ii. il ill, w ho
N'ew Vnrl l'll> i vrxr
. I.. 1,
Si hnarta, thn
:' -I |l .ll
through Jan. 28. The gallon will
feature BUM] Magafan and Bruce
Currie, This will be their second
joint show together.
Volunteers to
Take Assignments
NEW YORK Reciprocating for
courtesies shown them at the Jew-
ish New Year and Day of Atone-
ment, iso volunteers ol the Jew-
ish faith will take over the Christ-
IBM eve and ( hn-tma- Day pro-
gram responsibilities of their
Christian co workers at ISO clubs
to permit the latter to attend -erv-
I ices and spend the holiday with
their families, according to word
ZEELECK ALPERT
I" Ih avi......lied fi.-h
III III i !.
I turvtv-
...
Hi of Ml niii. and
.:
VI Hi 11 Ii a held
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ABE FRIEDMAN
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k I. H. nine from I'l
,ii.- Ins
- .i hrothi

MRS. DOROTHY A. STEIN
I Ml '. M ii :
..1.1 111
I it ll.i |.. I. IIll b II lil
\.i... i Vim in i Khe -on.- from
(>., "t.:lii > ear* ago, and in
....! b) h.! hUKband, Sldne) her
pa nlH, Mr and Mr- Ben Hare, and
. I. Ml I.. II. i: \\ tl I. I .ill i.f
Ml.Ill I '.. HC'h.
MRS. ESTHER WACKSMAN
77 (rhii i eslde. '.il oii.nihs
.iiiin.'i m Miami Beach, died id-
\tt < .i: the home of a daugh-
received by the National Jewish v hi --.
Leonard Jacobus Dies at 81
Following Lengthy Illness
Leonard Jacobus, pioneer Miam-
ian and active in Temple Israel,
passed away last Friday. A food
broker who had been associated
with the Apte Brokerage Co. of
Miami, he came here 30 years ago
from Atlanta. He was 61.
He was past president of the
Food Brokers' Association of Mi-
ami
Mr Jacobus, who lived at 901 NE
72nd tor., was a member of B'nai
B'rith and a member of the board
of trustees of the Children's Car-
diac Home He also was a member
oi James Carnell Masonic Blue
e the Scotti-h Kite, the Mahi
Shrine and the American Legion.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Froma Jacobus; a brother, Heat)',
of Dallas-, Tex.; and two sisters,
Mrs. Alvine Cone ol Louisville, Ky.,
and Mrs. Lee Strausburger, oi At-
lanta.
Service- were held at the Gor-
don Miami Funeral Home, with
Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Joseph
Narol officiating. Burial followed
in the Temple Israel section of
Graceland Park Cemetery.
Schwartz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Max
Schwartz, formerly of 1800 SW 17th
St., Will take place Sunday. Dec.
26, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Simon April officiat-
ing. Mr. Schwartz is survived by
his wife. Sarah; six sons, Hy, of
Dallas. Murray, of Chicago. Martin
and Harry, of Miami, Sidney, of
Dallas, and Larry, of Miami; three
daughters, including Mrs. Leona
Luber and Mrs. Pearl Mitzer, of
Miami; also six brothers, three sis-
ters, twenty-four grandchildren
and eight great grandchildren. Mr.
Schwartz was a member of Congre-
gation Beth F.l and one of the or-
ganizers of the Workmen's Circle
of Chicago, III. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami Mon-
ument Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thai
tha undi i -imi.d deelrtng t" engaffo hi
t> i in. under tha flctltloua name "f
MASTERS FABRICS \- INTER-
IORS, hi 5803 M M. -Hi Street, Intends
to register Mini in,m,' with tha Clerk
ol the Tin nil Court of L>ade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH MASTERS, Sole Owner
HA III i|.l> STR1 MI'I-'
Attorney for Applicant
Hi -. bold Rids,
! I-Sl 1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Ih' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring, to engage ">
buslneait under the fictitious name of
KING'S TOYS, in 12953 N.W. Till Av. .
North Miami, Florida, Intend to
name with the Clark of the
i'.,mt ..r iMilt- County, Florida.
LEO RICHRKRfl
carlyn eichberg
ri:rn \i:i> hi tner
Attorney f i mpla Hide. Miami, PIoi
12/17-24-81 I 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY GIVEN that
the ii ii. i. t -1. hk to i ngage In
liuslnet under the fictitious name of
i-i.iii: I DA W \ti:k h BAT ER
SERVICE I:i 1:1: \ I .it 1610 N.W.
iStta HI Intends to register said name
uiili the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f
l .ni. i lounty, PIoi Ida
LEI i HCHIIR, Sole I Iwner
I2/17-24-S1 17
NOTI
\l i'III
ih,- iinil,
business
WATER
BCREA1
tends i"
Clerk "f
.iinlv.
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'B IS m:i:i:i'.v OIVEN that
. d, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name "f
II EATER S ERVIC K
'. nt :'.i.I" N W S9th Bt., In-
reglster aald name \\iih tha
the Circuit Court "f Dada
Florida.
AI.KHIH WATER HEATER
Ml-ii. CO.
Siil, MAI8EL
Attorney for Applicant
tl< Hhoreland Bldg.
I_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name !"
I'.lliiAI'W VY BAR, '1 4002 N.W. 17ili
Avenue, Miami, Intends i" register
-niil name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court "i Hade County, Florida.
JOHN KOVACIK, Sola Owner
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney i"r Applicant
STilfl W. Flagler St., Miami, Ha.
12 24-31 1 7-14
Welfare Board from its USO-JWB
field staff. JWB is one of the sev-
en member agencies of ISO. serv-
ing through a USO-JWB field staff
and hundred- of volunteers on 262
local Armed Service- Committees
f'.t mi
bi i "f the
W.i ksin.ni
i'I.u I:
.,t and had been .i mem-
ih Kadlsha Ml -
was .i foi mi native ol
kIbii I'.'l.'i d Hi "Ides Mrs,
-utting ceremony for the new Jack Ablin Memorial Wing
Jtwish Home for the Aged took place Sunday on tne
r*i of Douglas Gardens, where the $300,000 structure
[dedicated. Shown (left to right) are Mr. and Mrs Marvin
*>. daughter and son-in-law of the late lack Ablin; Mis.
Ablin. his wife; Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-u
*al leader who delivered the invocation and benediction,
p Kopelowitz. Home board member; and Donald Owen
1 a son.
Ilf
LOON LAKE, in the. Adirondackj. NEW YORK
ruuious'Niw coco ttunls ur-rat.. ***** .'jXt m?
puitt as moo acra....liaalthfal, podtn-lraa ettK. iSj^wiW
, ...ff othei i ui i Ivoi in. lude two
\. I V I '"-
. ... ither
BERTHA COHEN
Coral i

MAX PUCHMINT2
hintntx Is
ni u.i- in Ml
LOUIS TOBIN
<| ,,f W71 su 10th tei passed iv,a>
, survived to
hi "i'/'rhila
Hainuel Remains were nt to I hlu'
dTlphla '"i servl.es and Interment bj
Miami Rlveraide
NATHAN BEHRENS
,;. 0f ai mt M*ml Bwh,
paaaed .i"-'1 '''' '
RUEBEN JACK MOW
i -w, ii,\ dr., died l>ee. i- "*
i h.i|i,l
OOROTHV FINK
i <.'i-, N W .'7th eve passen
' I.*." ii. ii. a toeal hospital Bur-
aft? as,--....."
troWK*.-t?ias-fi
"";', ,,'ki ''..... "", ""
Gartenberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Lewis
Gartenberg. formerly of 4411 Sher-
idan ave.. Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. Dec. 26. 3:30 p.m., at
lit. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Leon Kn.nish officiating. Mr. Gar-
tenberg is survived by his wife.
Gussie: one daughter, Ethel; two
-on-. Lawrence and Alan; one sis-
ter and one grandchild. Arrange-
ment- are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relative- are asked to attend.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKf.KliY OIVEN that
the undemlsned, dealrlna to enga
business under the fiitiilmis name of
CHARLES HTl'ART MoTi.K CO.. at
7"..", .7 N W. SSth Btreet, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend t" rafjlater said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da0a
County, Florida._______
iii.Mti.Ks .1 sti:im:hi.i>
I MOB Croton Rd., So. Miami. Ha.
STUART STEINOOIJJ
It40n Croton Rd., No. Miami, Fla.
ALBERT I.. ROSEN
Attorney for Charlea .1 Btelngold
and Smart sielnBidd
11' 84-31 l T-ll
Levy Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory d the late Charles
Levy, formerly of 1048 West 47th.
St., Miami Beach, will lake place
Sunday. Dec. 26, 1 p.m.. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery, with Uahbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Levy
i- survived by his wife, Betty; one
daughter, Mrs. Myra Lee; one
brother. Sam Levy; and one sis-
ter, Mrs. Jane Fox Cohen. Arrange-
1 menUs are in charge of Thurmond
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
MAKE EXTRA MONEY
ADDIESS, MAR POSTCARDS l#re time
.wry weak. iKO, 143 BtXMONT,
UMONT, MASS.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO VI.t, TO VVIIiiM THESE PRES-
ENTS BH M.I. COME, GREETINGS!
When as
STANLEY '' MYERS,
MIAMI. PLORIOA
M:"N A BPOTm"|aV FLORIDA
i:i-la u:v;;';'u. flow
Aid ..ii the th das of Ma; A.p 194.,
...,,. .,.,t...i under he
rhanter ''- I
s,,,. .RPORATION
,.. .. in with Its nrinclp .1 pis
Mlam .l'i.> nt) In
Ih,. Stnl i.l Hi Id v
....all..11 ill'l
,. the 20th da\ I" ember. A I
. riled in Hi" office
_. |, ..] the si..'.-
of I |r>r|.la, a Consent of all the jto. k-
holdei under the |>rovlslon of Hd
,-!,,,.,,., 60S, Florida St..tut"-, ah
tin dissolution .a such corporation
S-n therefore, the Becretary "f
H,ate doe. herebj certify to the fbre-
aolna and thai he In aatlafled thai the
requirement! -f law have baen oom-
|,'i'"1 ""in' WITNBBg WHKREOE. 1
have h.r.'Uiit.. -! >>" hand
;i have affixed the Great
Heal 'he Slate of Florida.
.,i Tallahassee, tha Capital.
this the Twentieth day ol
December, a i>. i'>t-
(HEAL)
U. A. (iltAV
Becretary "f state.
II U/U
LEGAL NOTICE
A TM a^, ?>
UW* Oiractar. *^ZZ.
if WISH ALMANAC 153 9
BiBiiaassa fmjnUSS. n v c. MM;
HEBREW BOOK ST0RE
417 wh.n.on Av... M..m. Beach
MOOEftNE BOOK SHOP
57M Sunaat Off** South Miami
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I* MKKKMY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, dealrlna to "nsnae in
buslneas under the flctltloua name of
,',,1-V CRAFT, at IH N.W. 1st Bt..
Intend to relaier said name wlthtne
Clark of the Circuit Court Of lade
r,,un,>' K"""'i;i:,,k.;k TRENCHER
PHILIP PEL I.MAN
I] .'l-:'.l 1 I-H
-NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKHY GIVEN that
Iba utidersianed. deslrlna to iikhk.' I"
huetnoaa under the fjotlttoua name of
WESTERN SHOE ItKI'A It. at 6214
s W th str.'.t. Miami. Klorida. In-
tends to rea-lster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
(-oun,y. F.or'da.^.^ R ABRAJI8
i:I i;ENE TANNENBAVM
Attorney for Samuel B. Abrams
12/24-11 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
.he undersiuned. dealrlna- to engage In
buslneaa under the f..;tilti-uH liwol
MOHAWK TELEVISION RADIO,
at 1417 Bunael Drive. Coral Oablea.
Els., intends to register said nMM
iili the Clerk of tha Circuit touit of
llnde County. Elorlda. __
BARRY BHAPIRO, owner
BRRICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
12/24-J1 1/I-H
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SAM BERLIN
AMBER FUEL OIL
GUtf Oil
24-Hour Service
PHONE 51-0735
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1954
KETUBAH CHANGES !
CAUSE GLOBAL FRACAS \
SECTION B
JA Names Mrs. Simonhoff
1955 Women's Division Head
the
P, Samuel Simonhoff, of 5925 habitation programs set into ar the
Eh Bayshore appointed ,ch.a'rma1nf_ih.(: I u-P_P?' .funds,T.he ija la a major!'
Bbini'
id Jewish Appeal Women's beneficiary of the local Combined
Women Division since
''' was co-chairman of "Lunch-
WB-
Will head the CJA group
I set ;i new record in last year's
raMii- 97 percent of its
a. 13 percent of the total funds
ltd
and Mr- Simonhoff visited
in 1951 and witnessed, first-
ihe extensive relief and re-
Jewish Appeal.
<'<>n Unlimited." the Wo
men's Di-
Mrs. stmonhoff, appointment to S^SSTSS!^ "Vh'/ Ml
the post of chairman climaxes
many years of service ,n the CJA '" "l-V,'r"three"
ami Beach Auditorium, which
traded nearly 2 (XX) per ,n-
at-
drives, and with the Greater Miami
Mrs Simonhofl
was pre idem i Hadassah, Greater
Jewish Federation She |S a me,,,. M, TT^T^T
ber of the board of governors and pSn X l,a' ni ^ "
She has directed many even,, for
rthodoxy Condemns Move
labbis. Without Accord
On Ketubah Amendment
-harp difference of opinion
among Greater Miami rab-
! with regard to the' recent ac-
takcn by the conservative
jrement in altering the tradi-
lal Jewish Marriage contract
establishing a Beth Din.
in Miami, told The Jewish Klond
ian that "reform Judaism has dis-
carded the Ketubah as irrelevant"
and that so far as divorce is con
cerned. "a civil divorce Is as good
! as any for us."
In speaking on the Rabbinical
bile liberal and reform spirit-, Council of America's statement said Mrs. Simonhoff. outlining ten-
leaders here are joining with that a wide schism may occur
servative opinion in support of j among representative movements
recently suggested Ketubah iof U. S. Jewry should the proposed
worked with the Ml Sinai Auxil
iarj serving as vice president in
949 she is ,, member of Temple
l-rael and other social and cul
tural groups
The Simonhofl family has lived
in Miami fur 30 year., cumin- orig-
inally from Charleston, S.C. Two
married daughters. Mrs. Arthur Ep-
stein and Mrs Phillip Welnsteln,'
also reside in Miami Her son.
Judah Michael. 17. attends the
Ashevilla Preparatory School, and
a daughter. Sherma. 13 is in junior
high.
"Plus Giving, will be the theme
oi our Women's Division in 1955."
nge. The Jewish Floridian has
ncd that local orthodox rabbis
orou-lv oppose the amendment.
(io rabbi will officiate in any
ecity in any ceremony where
new Ketubah will be used,
eral orthodox spiritual leaders
eated, emphasizing the unani-
of feeling they hold with a
ement made some ten days ago
[ tatives of the Rabbini-
Council of America in New
rganitatiofl of the
index rabbinate.
tbbi J 11, Narot, spiritual
it of thi reform Temple Israel
Ketubah change be carried for-
ward and that excommounic.it ion
may be the result. Rabbi Narot
said that "this orthodox threat is
unrealistic. The force of Jewish
life is too strong." he said, "and
the Rabbinical Council will be run-
ning against the tide."
Should "liberal thinking" Jews
be "read out of Judaism." the Tern
pie Israel spiritual leader added,
"they will continue in any case to
Kjrve our ancient and revered tra-
dition in their own way and a.
they deem neci isarj Excommu-
nication can re.illv have no effect
, on anyone todaj
The current wrangle arose as a
result of ., joint announcement late
in November bj the facultj of the
Jewish Theological Seminary ot
America, national organization of
the conservative rabbinate, in
| which Professor Saul Lieberman,
I Dean of the Seminary's Rabbinical
School and Professor of Talmud,
worked out a plan for the establish-
ment of a Beth Din set up by the
Seminary which would have the
authority "to counsel us in the
light of Jewish tradition."
The Rabbinical Council of Amer
! ica immediately replied thai the
| "conservative rabbis a r > incom-
petent to make basic changes In
! marital obligations and thai they
lack authorit) to establish a Beth
! Din "
Joining with Rabbi Narot in sup
port of the conservative view were
Continued on Pge 6 B
tative plans for the campaign
which open, officially Jan. 13.
"This year we intend to achieve
our quota and set an example for
women volunteers throughout the
United States."
Mrs. Simonhoff will serve as a
member of the official campaign
cabinet to blue print the drive. She
conferred with Mr- Jack A, Ablin
and Mrs Louis Glasser, former di-
vision chairmen at a cabinet lunch
eon Fridav in the San- Souci hole!
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff
Local Combined Jewish Appeal leaders hear William Rosen-
wald (seated left), general chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, outlining Jewish needs overseas, in the Middle East
and Israel. Seated with Rosenwald are Morris Berinstein and
Ellis Radinsky, of New York City, who met the Miami group
for discussions at the Sans Souci hotel. Shown standing are
Carl Weinkle. initial gifts chairman; Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Sam J. Heiman,
CJA chairman; and Dr. Morris Goodman, Federation budgst
committee chairman.
Egypt Bat Galim Hoax
Boomerangs Fgst at UN
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
:ed. her crew charged with shoot-
; ing and killing innocent albeit
The crew of the Bat Galim is to non-existent fishermen the Gov-
be released. Thus ran the gist of a ernment of Israel accused of vio-
reluctant Egyptian admission that latlr"? ,he Armistice, and a color-
the ten Israeli sailors, captured ,ful s,or> thereby sure of consider-
when the Bat Galim was seized on ab,e -sPac<> ,,n the front pages of the
its way through the Suez Canal world Pres*- rt turned out, of
several weeks ago. must now be course, that the victims could not
freed for lack of sufficient evi- be found; that the ship was totally
deuce to warrant further detention, unarmed; that no motive whatso-
ln the meantime the (en young could be established and that
men spent, and are -till spending, in the development of the case
their days in Egyptian jails; the hp Egyptians tried by all means.
eargo of the Bat Galim. in a bla- f;,lr and ful. to keep the United
tantlv piratical gesture, was put up Nations from the thorough and op-
for public auction; the fate of the en investigation of the absurd al-
vessel her.-eli remains to be de- legations. Among the lighter
cided. and the freedom of that notes of the United Nations' Armis-
great international waterway and Uce Commission's search for one
Ihe rights of men to navigate it shred of evidence in the Suez area
freely now hang- dramatically in which reached us in the testimony
the balance. provided by anonymous Egyptian
observers of the Bat Galim's legen-
Thal Egypt has now haltingly dafy .,.,<.,.. of cm,r>ie ,h,,v ..,,
conceded to the demands of Israel j( wus ;m ,...,, snip Even at
and finally promised to release the
Bat Galim's seamen is a fact which,
perhaps, punctuates the public ex-
pose of a major Arab hoax, not
the first in a substantially long
line of such hoaxes, perpetrated,
il is to be assumed, in the hallowed
name of psychological warfare.
And here indeed was a master-
piece The Bat Galim. already
cleared and prepared for entrance
into the Canal. W8S -udileiilv hoard-
Joseph f. Birr
^Says House Committee's Report DoesiVHio Far Enough
W V Calls for Universal Military Training
night, the Star of David was visi-
ble from the funnel of the mur-
derous ship.
Soneone had slipped up badly in
the matter of briefing. The Bat
Galim, as almost all those involved
with the case knew, had no fun-
nel, was not a steamship, and emild
not possibly have been identified
by sight at night. The total col-
lapse of the entire story will, it is
to be hoped, aid those, within the
UN and outside this august body,
who find it hard to disbelieve Arab
propaganda, made respectable by
its appearance in the major news-
pappers throughout the world, to
isift aid question its product more
carefully.
But th:s i- by no means the most
with the National
mun"> Relations
r''1
"i criticizing
Advisory
,hV',W ', ueso im ^ue during the lrt Congress. So important aspect of the Bat Galnn
lw* d,SCU ''v. u Z niza- ar as the -incentive program" i- case. Another issue, broader by
,""1"'" ""*;, m "' concerned, the Jewish War Veter- far than the exposure of the Arab
'"": un! efSa' /"'';..,; or commander called a "terrible tactics, or even than the light cast
nd '..- wTste^he training of bomber pi-'upon Egypt', basic attitude to-
111....." "n '' "- -------- |0t, -a. well over $100,000" and
the House
American Activities Commit-
" '' recenl stand with re
lit,. | !''"' I'""1 oi',:a,':/ati BJII
'?year-old Washington at-
>e> "ho vva, elected to his post
national JWV convention in
nm"" *njle the committee is to be
[Uud'd ,,,r its findings, they are
V*J> ones that could have been
ls|bl> uncovered."
radio technicians at sis.ooo. "on.y
to have them serve three or four
to make its position known on this
"Pi i Barr, national com- group's announcement was noi .me
"'"" l"i led states, told The from suspected subversives attach
floridian late Tuesday that ed to hate and racist organizations
and that it therefore doe- little
good except to tell most people
what they already know."
He added that if the committee
had earned out similar procedures :
used during investigation ol com is
munisl activity "much ii
might have been uncovered lea I
ing to the prosecution ol enemies
of American democracy.'
Barr will make hi- only '-'^ ^ ,. ,,,, were largely, ()f'^;;"mii\VTnves"tig.tions. Barr | Canal. Egyptpossesses.inlaw.no
appearance here at a aim h ^^.^ (l| World War II 'because ajd fha, JWV had aiready ex-. power U> discriminate against any
ment of JWV function in tne ( enouih trained men pressed its dissatisfaction with | shj jn on (he grounds of flag,
lei House Sunday on the campus of tmr, some of the "procedures of in-(
The na-1 wh combat p.rtjn ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ Con(mo#d p-g, ,
For five years, Jewish veterans
have been calling lor universal
Barr revealed, "and now
i should ti
, havV'alr. idj served be the
Hist ones to g.....war, as the) are
under the present reserve sys-
t, m
years.
The incentive program, he said,
would be designed to help con-
serve some of this valuable train-
Uu at great government expense ships of all nations, wherever
I durum for longer government use. bound, have the right of free and
tid that men called durin "",,',,(nrgnjng%gain to the qUe.stion unimpeded passage through the
ward- the Armistice Agreement, is
the basic question of free passage
through the Canal. International
Law speaks clearly here. Both un-
der the Constantinople Convention
and under the Security Council's
resolution (September 1, 1951), the
Barr
the University of Miami


'"plained that the House tional veterans
commander told Ban


Temple Emanu-EI
Plans Testimonial
To Honor Friedland
Samuel Friedland. president of
Temple Emanu Kl for more than
eight year>. will he honored by
the congregation at a te>timonial
dinner on Sunday nigjit. Jan. 23.
The function, expected to attract
several hundred congregants and
communal leaders, is scheduled for
the Di Lido hotel.
Friedland will be feted for his
"continued outstanding service as
rounder, pioneer and president of
Temple Kmanu Kl." Bccordinfl to
Samuel Halperin, who will act aa
dinner chairman Halperin, .1 vice
president 'i tin synagogue, said
that both numbers of the Temple
..rid Mr li ierll;.nds ether tnends
il be invited to the dinner.
"Under FYiealand's inspiring
leadership," t b < a n n ounceroent
lated, "our congregation has
ov n .' mi mbership of 1.000
Hies, making it the largest Con-
erval lion in t h <
Rabbi In ing Lehrman, spiritual
li .. i. r 'i T< I 1 point-
. ii n it that Friedland has "d*vot-
ii unselfish leadi rship to innumer-
ble 1 .1-. non sectarian,
private enterprise and governmen-
projects, .111 I 1- one "f the out-
ding lead) rs A lew
da)
Chairn 1 rd o( Pood
Ston 1 urrently
I II,il X lc> I ..I the .). M
li l hi nli',,. ,,l Seminar} "I Amer-
mmittei nd has
1' 'I ..ii .utr..' role in t mted
wish Appeal, Isra i and
r Miami Jew ish Fi deration
xnning and 1
\n outstanding nation; |
h dinner w ill !> 1
nth
isterhood Meets
Sisterhood ol Zamora Jewish
nter held .. dessert luncheon at
1 entei W ednesdaj < hairtnan
Mr- Philip Catsman and Mrs
..it Davidow, co-chairman Host-
es were Mrs Irving Platofl Mr-
irris Rosenfeld and Mr- 1 harlcs
isenbt
Samtl hifUmnd
TB Seal Sale Leaders
Urge Returns Before
Saturday Evening
At a meeting earlier tin- week,
official- ,,f (he Dad* mintv Tuber
culosis Association reported 'hit
the TB Seal Sale had reached a
tut.il hi SHOH47. nr almost t^ l>T
cent ol tli.' goal ill 1135.000
Joe N demons, president >>i the
association, announced Ihe appoint
.11. lit of.) \ McAlthlir a- a \0I1111
leer consultanl to the buainen di
vision follow up committee Mc
Arthur served ..- Seal Sale ch.nr-
man in 1991 and ill as-i-t u tei
Cook, 1964 chairman, in urging
business Imu-e- to gel in their
contributions now
1 .1.>k ii .1 Mi \riliur Issued >
joint plea ..-kmc the more than
iimmmki Dade 1 ountians, who have
spondl '" 111.ill their (ni;
>n- in Saturda)
im Monda) ni^ht. 1.") members
of the I Bach Club, all arre-t-
ed tuberculosu patient-, put on a
part) for 2fi hospitalized tbuler-
CUlar patients at the ihe-t unit at
Jackson Memorial Hospital
The party 1- arranged annually
b) the local association and includ-
ed tree trimming, distribution of
individual gifts and eight enter-
tainers scheduled by .Mr-. Jacob
Van Zuiden. the association vol-
unteer service chairman
Miami Wholesale Corporation
120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737
rVe Carry a Complete line of linens for
HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES
Cannon Sheets Blankets Towels Bed Pads
Pillow Cases Spreads Dish Towels
Plastic Goods, etc.
Fully Air Conditioned Ample Parking
GLASS F0R IVItl PURPOSE
v m p jToti front piate -d window gias
MASS
Panfttn rapt, Reveled Mirror. Mi teiirvenno Oar Soattodfr
l~ & la. I-I.iss and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728
Mfrii Orlim
II II ST
irhvrt
firm
HIGHEST IN RESERVES
Miami Beach Federal
a ilviwC imd tOIN a '
NOtHSHO*tl*ANCH MAIN OHIO i0U!M SHOIl llAMCH
7lsl and Harding A,t linols Iml o4 Wovl- naUi A.t. 6S *,>,,,, ,,
PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSWRIE Oil I ]% DIVIDENO
Ruwitch Accepts
Chairmanship of
Palsy Telethon
p-ank Smathers, -'r. president <>f
il,.. cni'ed Cerebral Paiaj toweii
Uon "I Miami announced this week
In i < RowHi h M"- preaMeiit
,, i genera : "' vvrvj. has
i >, h lirmanship of the
annual United ("erehral I'alsy Tele-
ihoii
ih, 18 hour telethon will take
lee Kumitck
i n I 23 >' the Mi
mi B > h \-i I u and will be
tunnel 4
mber of
i i niti i
l| Mi
i h .mil
., 11 : o| 'he organin
m i set \ ities
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di. n h i ......n ih
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of I'ni Smath
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With i
i h <' h.i-
-e in the
.it the clinic
Mf off the press
'UVi A HUNDRED YEARS HAPP,tr,
f 01. ABRAHAM V.DltjW
Noted philosopher, natural hygieni-t inH a,k
.h.. popuiarrtiajhly pralM,(l ,ICMlk/u,n"r "I
"The Rood to Health am/ Happier Livmo"
"Spinoza: A Life of Reason"
Here is a rhartnimf little rolome which i- a mnnu.
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kprrc nU nary Feature
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PAGE 3 B
eligion Professor Reveals
Meaning of Conversion Activity
roups
imily
ROBERT GORDIS
AJP
alt Ill
n \ ition '!! .. |i,,i with a J< h who
th( l -.tin' i\' r, I |. j,
not n quired to acci pt the J(
i faith. The more i Kt<
, Talmud a new and revolu- -( precept and practici incumbent
upon ihi Jew i- natural In view ol
the function Israel must disi harge
in proclaiming the unit) ol
and Hi- moral law In the world.
Thi- doctrine ol the laws ol
is extremely interesting from -e\
eral pointi of view n repn
in esfcnoe athcir>Mj universal re
ligum binding upon all men II i-
y doctrine came to flower.
Laws of the Sons
h|oab According to Jewish
king, il"' rorah consist* of til
' ,,| thirteen command-
Ej which are binding upon
j,. 'lln-. however, docs nut
tjgg lln- i !' w '" u,er dark-
On Hi1' contrary, there are
fn fundamental religious and
principles binding upon all
nan beings all "f whom are the
(l{ No.ih These command
lit. comprise the prohibition of
Hairy. Adultery, Murder and
fft, the avoidance of blasphemy
I cruelty to animals, and the es-
llishmi'iit ol ,i government based
land ordi r When these prin-
II,..,. upon "huh all civilized so-
ly depend-, are observed, the
Ljew ha- become worthy of
I
I
'in' observance ol
Ju'j iH'.Mi-ili.ii vmer
ican. .
Da) on .in j tth Whal i
il both Frenchmen
eedom
to which these
"'' : Ji wish mis-
ctivit) has a tan ible hi
characteristic of Judaism th.it the '""'" (l'"" ""' rtem ln
emphasis is upon action rather
than upon mere belief, upon
cal living rather than upon cree
salvation.
Moreover, thi- conception recog-
nises that the rites anil ceremi
by which nun expre their faith
and seek in strengthen their ideals
(annul and need not he uniform for
all men. For ritual necessarily re-
lied- the varied experience ..ml
iommittee Leader Commends Velde
)rt on Dangers from Extreme Right
ne repport on neo-Facist and t
group-, issued this week by
j House Committee on Un-Amer
Activitie-. was called by I.eo
kinson. president of the Greater j
Chapter, American Jewish
nmittee. "an eloquent, timely,
instructive warning to the
^erican people of the dangers
by groups on the ex-
ile right."
The American Jewish Commit-
i fully approves the congression-
|committee- finding," declared
binson, "that such individuals
organizations are 'unscrupul-
ily exploiting the menace of
nmuniMii to promote other ac-
Itu- equally subversive and
pally un-American.'
Though the report is described
IDC House Committee itself as
preliminary, it reveals how-
si groups weaken America's
I i Communism by
cion and disunity.
>lc documentation from the lit-
I roups and state-
their leaders demon
c ubversive qual-
i ,
.. .mi
" to Hi- spiritual wel-
l"1' ol '""" but, quite the con-
i respeel lor the infinite
color ol hum.m personalitj For
the right ol men to think for them
implies lln- right to think
!l'' tl) in our da) emphasis
upon conformity is all powerful
and tin- democratic attitude In re-
n as well as in government
seems weak and vacillating as
against uncompromising authori-
tarian systems Ultimately, how-
ever, freedom must prevail if re-
| ligion i- to be worthy of its rule
and men are truly human. For
there i- no real religion unless men
worship Good freely out of the full-
ne.-- of their love for Him and out
[of their deepening knowledge of
the world that he ha- created.
It cannot he denied, however,
that there is burning need of mis-
sionaries today. Our generation re-
quires Jewish missionaries to the
Jews and as many thoughtful Chris
! tians have recognized. Christian
missionaries to the Christians. The
ta-k of ~uch consecrated spirits
Ultra-modern, futuristic conception of Columbus and his dis-
covery of America, wrought in metal, is displayed at the
Tercentenary historical exhibit in New York. Names of the
five Jews who accompanied Columbus on his voyage are
listed on the scroll. (AJP Photo)
AAA g k 11__ J 4 71 j hen. past president, Orlando Lodge
ZUU TO ATTcUQ AZ.A. of B'nai B'rith; Milton Brickman,
VV ,W ",,v,,* "*"" prPsident, Orlando Bnai B'rith
B'liai Q'riftk irlr Lodge; Mrs. Maurice Marcus, presi-
IIdl D nill Ull lb I dent, Orlando B'nai BYith Wom-
.. eAi I iens Chapter: and Jules Lichter,
Meeting in Orlando(
Two hundred high school youths,
members of Aleph Zadik Aleph and
B'nai B'rith Girls, will convene in
must he to win those who are Jews Orlando Dec. 26 through 30, it was
or Christians, merely by accident announcHe\by/udgf.^lornJ"fr'
man and Sydney Adler. co-cnair-
Aleph.
Two Miami teen agers, Barbara
Pearl, freshman at the University
of Miami, and George Lefcoe, sen-
ior at Miami Senior High School,
both presidents of the State As-
sociations of Bnai B'rith Girls and
of birth to a fervent and enlight- m(,n ()f tht, vouth committee rep-1 AJephZadik Aleph, will lead the
ened loyalty toward their ancestral resenting the Florida Federation of five-day event.
B'nai B'rith Lodge- Annua, basketba championship
Focu- of the convention will be ,ournament will feature last year's
on leadership training. Kickoff ,unncrs up and 1952s champion-
religion. For like everything else
th.it is worthwhile, true religion
mu-t begin at home
tea Robinson
Wolfson Named
To AJC Group
Richard Wolfson, WTVJ Wo-
"bin-on
1 I irresponsible at-
I) condemn the
ol citizens are
i h Pre Ident's
pment i |e in reaction to
'. e "i subversive
P Protestant clergy.
P- the House Com
I National Catholic
' 1-rence, the National
' iri hes ol Christ in
Vmerican Jewish
" to offer assistance in
',"1 the Work of the House
jmittee might be carefully ap-
f-i'l for unj suggestions, which
1 Met Shortly there
r. repre ent itivea of the three
met with the House
11 use Committee has made
r-' commendable start into the
Mex -uhterranean reaches of
the extreme right." Robinson con- metco attorney, has been appoint-
tinued "The two groups which are cd program chairman ol the Great- ures i
fully exposed b) its report are ol er Miami Chapter, Imenean Jew- vention
the most blatant variet) and there ish Committee
Bg observed b) the report it- \ member ol the Greater Miami
self, more readil) recognized chapter executive committee and
Other individuals and organiza (nrmerl) editor of its "News Lei
lions have develop) I -" at< r u d his committee
for tii.' bi
recalled that little
yi ar ago, President nd therefore, ii tn
publicl) declared: cap exposure, will do even gn
damage to American
; erfeel thi ]
injecting into political
wide \.iin ty ol
qu tions subl
the loyalty of o laii :
ethnk grou] fl
as subi ivi ih e i ''
with their i <
dards
"Today, i th in "i'lr
cope with the worldwide threat ol
Communism 9 d :: deavor to
strengthen democratic forces, it
more th.m evef necesssW) '"
,, Eainst malicious movements striv-
ing to foment racial and religious
discord." _
wjH ; for the basic
I i the i

.1 b) Herbert
'
Leo
idem not

the communit) on
I ;,... problems
lation.
Oi |. rticular concern to
will be the McCarran
Immigration Acl .."'I currei
to nuke I
e- in it, h( said ______
speaker will be
Congressman A.
S. (Syd) Herlong,
of the 5th Dis-
trict of Florida.
Oth er promi.
nent Florida fi'4
Bt the con
will in-
clude C. -M. Gay
state comptrol-
ler: M a) or .1
Rolfe Davis, of
Orlando: Judson tetcoe
Walker. Orange I i inty supei n
Chai :- 0
jr pn sident ol Colon-
ial stati Bank, Orlan lo; I
Samuel M. Mallinger, Congi
.,.. ohev Shalom; Dr, E. Pen-
.. Pastor, First Meth lisl
Church; Dr. R ilph :.. Mi
. h, Plymouth i
ship team. Hurricanes AZA, com-
peting against Gator AZA, of
Jacksonville.
State "Sweeiheart" honor will
be sought by four candidates in-
cluding Rosen Benson, represent-
ing .lack Rosen AZA. and Phyllis
Pearl, AZA No. 322. both of Great-
er Miami: Rosalind Schwartz, Hen-
i Moiuky BBYO, Daytona Beach;
and Carol Safer, representing Or-
lando AZA
New Portrait Studio
Holds Open House
Hen Becki r and Ralph Barg-
t<;l this week bnnounced their asJ
sociation in tha E. Allen Becker
lit Stin'i i at 41 it St. and Al-
ii
held opm
ers; Milton D BI nek. Orlando In- houM -,,,. ,(!%,v through Thursday.
where Becker's pot traits and salon
,i Assi .- itii n -i a m e 15
general man iger, Ivey's De-
Store, Orla A. P.
Phillips, Jr., pr sident, Phillips Ad-
nd Public Relations Co.
order of B'nai B'rith
photograi h) n n on exhibit.
A nationally known camera ar-
tist, Becker has won numerous
prizes and is a member of the
Wjl be represented bj Louis Ossin- Photographic Society oi America.
sk) sr. pre Ident of District Bargteil will be in charge of all
d Lodge No. 5, Barney J. Co- outside commercial activity.
(Irani
m Branch Schedules
anuka Fete Saturday
Nik Branch 290 will hold a
uk" celebration at the Royal
nan restaurant on Saturday
ing.
F^r Here],- Ke|emer. of Mi
Wbri w School and Congrega-
ill present a musical pro-
^ will be Dr. Isaac Un-
" ind Yehuda Elberg. Also
ill DC Max A.tor. Nath-
"kapan and ik-ryl Morrison.
P:ii preside
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FRIDAY. DECEMbu
OVERSEAS XEWS LETTER KOM ISRAEL
Uranium Ore Experts Steady
Visitors at Weizmann Institute
By
NURA LASKY
JTA
JERUSALEM Several weeks
before Israel celebrated her first
birthday and immediately after the
blue and white flag was hoisted
over Elath. on the Red Sea. a geol-
I scale, and with thi- process Ba>
ploitation >if low*grad ores -hould
be no more exp-n-ive than the pro-
cedure in use in other part- ol the
world for rich uranium
In retrospect, people now under-
stand why so many ph\-ici-is of
ogy instructor at the Hebrew In, world renown .among them Nobel
versity was asked whether he Pri* dinner Dr. Mb Bohr. have
ike. to go and find out what bee" calIin at *** Weianann In-
stitute these past few years. When
they came. Israelis connected their
would
natural resources the Negev holds
The 2,5(X>|OiO-acre rock desert was
c iwn uoa won------ .. i
fairly unknown. Bedouin and wild visits with the country s strides ir
wandered scientific research generally They
gazelles and camels
around in it. but there were few
roads and even fewer houses
The instructor was delighted
With a colleague from the Haifa
Technion. a small band of students
and a large band of guards he set
out to map the Negev. rock by-
rock, wadi by wadi And every
did not know anything beyond the i
fact that two years ago. the then J
Prime Minister. David Ben-Gunon.
had appointed a four-man atomic >
energy commission, with himself |
as a member And they interpreted
thi- merely as a safety measure
Thus. Professor Ernest Bergman,
chairman of the Atomic Energy
'hmk Um
YOSSELE ROSENBLATT. A Bi- that
oeraphy. By Samuel Rosenblatt. h, '"
m ai__wfc. c...... "snmni, <" 'he age lng
rael. personified in*,.-
Certainly this ^
358 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus
and Young. $4.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
til own people kep, ,orkj
voice, though not (orm,^,
magnificent; hi, p*, i
was
iMtitatt
mann Institute in the field of cos-
mic rays as alternative and cheaper
mean- of investigation and training
A sons love for his father is a
I beautiful thing When it rs trans-'
| MM into page after page of re-(feet, h* fal^m, ,
I creating his tether's Ufe'wtttadten- seaisord to have the faata]
I derness and warmth. H can be a ing the ancient Hebrew ten J
nchly rewarding capertenee for a Jewish prayerbook ring ,
reader. J *. through Us mterpm,^
Dr. Samuel Rosenblatt, who has' the music
j been rabbi of the Beth Tfiloh Con-1
i gregatKin in Baltimore for 27 years, ]
| has. for his ninth book, written a
biography of his father, the belov-
ed Cantor Yosaele (Joaof) Rouen
Matt
Of Cantor Rosenblatt one can
now and then we read in the pa
pen that phosphates, clay, gyp-' Commission .stepped ui with an ex
sum. Elan lds. iron and other Planatory radio *"""" which
ores had been found, were being was do >' 'h all the guess-
further explored, already exploit- *wk and *be mo">*.
, K put an end to all the discussion of nuclear physicist- than the ter- --
Ye- he said, uranium ore ha- been riblj expensive establishment of gi- other He sang hto *****
u i.......s .,iir,,r. ,.r aiomir niles or hearts of Jews and Christians
Of his life, three thssji L
out his boundless rtmty.
constant poverty m the taxtf,
versal acclaim and high fro, i
the unwavering integrity <
rotion to Judaism whs*, |
have nothing but praiae. To the in- *""' P"*'h,ted Mi .
athn on his talent wta
have made life much m
comparable beauty of his voice
there is one testimonial after an-
We never heard that Ir Y.
K Bentor also found uranium That
,. to light onl) i fen week, ago
whit. Israel's chii I ti I the
i \ .LI the political Committi i
of tl Assembly of tsrai
- in nuclear research
he wouldn t have I
ul it ai ild n"t know
uranium in the N<
I the 1
work in
rih For French
: Israeli nucli .>r phj sh .-- have
partners when the atomic
energy commissions of the two
menu to thi-
nd the) are working clOM
1) together all the time.
The geologists found uranium in
the phosphte deposits |which have
bean named "Oron"). When they
found it nearly five yean ago. they
did not know that all phosphate-
contain low-grade uranium, every
country jealously guarded it- di-
i varies in nuclear research and
''velopment. and only a year or
so later did it become common
knowledge So called rich" urani
nm ores, of which there are very
fen I percent uranium
: rams
I -mall
from tl
: ble to
luci irai 'rial
found and a quantity ha- been ant cyclotron- or atomic piles or
traded out of phosphati -
The Hebrew University
alike Indeed, a high church digni
and
yes, there i- a good chance that
I-raei will produce uranium on an H_ r ,^nn ^ m (pi.r.ltmc m dpp,n of fprlmR in your voiw and
research fields la sense of tragedy in the music
or- me nrurr. ("u""' ^ Qnce remarkedf after hearmg
and the Haifa Technion. ProfMKaT om> of njv reeitals. "There was a
indu-trial scale and )
eh i- being done at the Web- many
AT THE MOVIES
Jascha Heifetz I ells Tall Tale About
Rabbi in Israel Who Prayed too Hard
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD Jaseha Heifetz
told us about the Israeli rabbi who
was asked to pray for rain His
prayer was followed by such a
downpour that crops were injured
One old Jewish farmer said to an-1
other That comes of trusting
such a request to a rabbi who isn't
acquainted with agriculture "

Comic Phil Silver- tell in love
recent]) and. desiring to marry.
- i un rable hearing from
eetheart'i irascible lather by
opening the interview with these
words Sir 1 1 now .i was where
DJ you car: save a lot ol lie '

volume on Einstein's theorj
THE WOREO Oh SPORTS
New York Yankees May
Finally Sign Negro Player
By BILL WOLF
JTA
\K\V YORK It begins to look
a- if the New \ork Yankees will
finally end what many have called
discrimination policies and give a
a few years ago considered Max
through a> an important player.

Injuries continue to plague Artie
Cohen, basketball star of Brooklyn
College Cohen has just suffered
Negro player a berth on the squad hls SCC(,nd concussion. The most
ativity I found.' he said in a
somewhat puzzled confession, "that
I could identify all of the words,
bat when I started to read the
i book. I could not understand any
of the sentences
A noted rabbi was asked by
Sophie Tucker why the loud, ve-
hement preaching of his earlier
days had given way to a more quiet
persuasive manner of speech The
rabbi laughed "When I was
young." he said. "I thought it was
the thunder that killed people, but
when 1 grew up I di-co\ered it
wa- lightning So I determined
that in the future I would thunder
md lighten more "

i'.. Hechl I [paid screen
writer in Hollywood, delivered a
lecture on ancient historj the otk
n il woman's club in
. Hills In the course of his
talk he touched upon the arts, cus-
tom- and achievements of the an-
cient Phoenicians
Oh said the portly and lauda-
tory chairlady, when Hecht had
finished, "how can we thank Mr
Ben Hecht for the fascinating lec-
ture he has given us this after-
noon"'"
Hecht returned to the podium
and added the following post scrip
turn I entirely forgot to tell you
that it was the Phoenicians who
first invented money "
recent trip to Israel, he arrived in
Tel Aviv for a lecture. Before din-
ner he wenPto a barber shop to be
i shaved. "Are you n stranger?" ask-
ed the barter? "Yes." replied Jes-
sel. "This is the first time I've
been here."
"You chose a gd tasne to
come." the barber continued
"George Jessel is coming tonight
Youll go, I suppose?"
"Oh. I guess so." said George.
him That these three faeetiL
terdependent can be readihi
and one of the hook's foreman
tues is that, with honesty ajjj
age. it explains some of
Rosenblat' w hicfe i
storm amons ttie Orthodox J
of that time His appemsa)
vaudeville in order tu pay i
incurred b) .: naive busueal
co. for falls in tkstt
gor>
Yet .,- ., biography, the I
weak. It i- more a chromdtj
Cantor Boscnbatt'l life i
of hi- travels, concerts.
ventures and scrapbooks tl
a study of the man One
around the little Cantor," i
sees him moving about in tati
at large, but of the fores <
move him, and of the ml
man. there is not nearly
evidence for a bookaftaiii
There is a superabunaaM(
eulogy, from newspapers,
caus snd people in general i
slows the pace of the but I
page after page One reteaHl
cv* *- i i i
"Have you bought a ticket?" asked copious praise pamcuUrt,
.. .. .... there i- a corresponding,
the barber "Not yet. replied Jes-
sel. "But everything is sold out
You'll have to stand." declared the
barber
How annoying'" Jessel -aid
with a -igh "I never saw such
first hand subject material
next season.
The Yankees announced that
they had signed El-.ton Howard,
who can play either in the catch-
ing position or in the outfield. The
Yanks promptly sent the Negro
star to play ball in San Juan dur-
ing the winter season
The Yankees have never had a
Jewish ball player of major im-
portance.

The Fort Wayne Pistons can be
thankful for the services of Max
Zaslofsky. who helped the Pistons
gain their prominence in the Amer-
ican Basketball Association. Fort
Wayne is considered one of the
hottest of pro basketball clubs at
the moment. Zaslofsky has had
in a game
recent accident was
against Kings Point
A- a result. Cohen is going to be
out for the season. This is being
done on the advice of Placido Co-
mer, coach of Brooklyn College,
who doesn't want to run the risk
of Cohen's getting hurt again, per
haps with even more serious re-
sults. His absence will be a severe
lovs tor Hnmklyn. During last sea-
son Cohen, a five-foot nine inch
In the coarse of George Jessels
That i- not to sty there
anecdote- about EebYSSSSSt
are man) and
undoubtedl] "od "*
h) hi- fan Vel like roost
ill uk the! are not
luck' I always have to stand when ^ ( ,hf ,,
that fellow lectures." Whili : j 1 to Dr. 1
Matt for
> 'hat he hi
stitut< cutnei
his father s inner life, ritaffj
uf all hi- charities andi
It may well be that i
ers will not be nearly so I
by these literary discreps
was I In that case lie
Straus and Young pooUO"
be a source of delight ts]
pecially if Cantor Buses*-;
been a part of their swinu
was a part which **SJJ^
u gone. No fathers**
ask a more lovely "i
tuch a book, the P"**.,
-oo-s reverence, sMll"
i**:hso\auties iN WtHIJ P^NORAHA
---------------------------------------------' '
Scurrilous Letters Shock Senate
guard,
game
averaged 16 points per
By DAVID HOROWITZ
ajp
WASHINGTON Democratic
Sen William Fulbright of Arkan-
sas, a bitter opponent of Joe Mc
A national magarine has selected Carthy. shocked the Senate last
Ralph Goldstein, guard on the Uni- week wh"> he began to insert into
versity of Detroit basketball team. ,h.e ( on8ressional Record a number
ceived from followers of McCarthy
Among the letters Fulbright in-
for all sectional honors This sea-
son. Goldstein is a junior and is
more than his share of ups and j expected to be a tremendous asset M'rted into the Record werethese:
downs since he entered pro circles, to his team. As a sophomore last Frnm G Gurley, president .f
and it is good to see him getting j year, he was second in scoring 2" ChemK'al Attraction Oil Corp.,
the breaks There are many who tallying a total of 343 points S ?, j'^voTe ?"?}
Senators, that proved you were the country hig "^^
henchman for the Jew Dead. H H McCarthy ts an An*
Lehman should be deported out of
this nation to Russia, or let Ger-
many take that bird in and give
him the gas like Hitler did
From Peter Murphy. Buffalo: "A
. fine dirtv red rat you are. Who
of anti-Semitic letters he had re were the birds that voted not to
allow Senator McCarthy time off to
recover from his illness? I'll tell
you: it was Red loving Fulbright
and the rotten Jew, Herbert Leh-
man, the pal of Hiss."
From Pullman. Michigan: "Dear
Senator: Would you please do our
are you" --,
From "An Amene*
tenalistic P:
been for the Pt ,
darned stupid fee ,
f>r .he torture, of W^,
croak, and be a*""
eternity >w| i
After reading '^n,
great sickness amonl *


RIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1954
;ELir,IOUS DIRECTORY
r,AGLER GRANADA JEWISH
WMUNITY CENTER will hold
|dll evening serview at 5 p.m.
% morning lervteM aw at
lam when Rev. Leo Hum will
a 0n the topic: "Tha Wicked
, ,|U. Hand ol tha Righteous."
iu jervices are at 10 a.m.
hcha will be at 5 p.m.. followed
Msarh
AMORA JEWISH CENTER will
Kri'l.iv evening service> at
pm. with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
ofliciating and preaching on
topic: Answers to Your
Id's Questions." Saturday morn
j-rvicef an at n'a.m.. and will
mw!m- '" SWtfay' MWrtr.1
. ,.. Uradc 2. Rev. Rudolph
will render the musical por-
lilurgy,
l-!
[ORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
will li ild Friday evehUng
yxv- .1 K 15 p.m.. with Rabbi
T1> Skop officiating and preach-
|on !hi' topic: "Judas and Jesus
|h ii.-. im Chanuka.'' Satur-
; \ Ices are at 9:45
#>h i. Daniel Miller, nq of
and Mi- Robert Miller, .and
lord Braun, son <>1 Mr. and Mrs.
rbori Braun, will become Bar
tz\h Cantor Irving Robinson
render the musical portions
|thi- |
rEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
Friday evening services at
jpm with Rabbi Joseph Narot
dating Subject of the sermon
cheduliil as: "Albert Einstein
ns the Plumbers' Union."
fE.'.PLE BETH SHOLOMwill
Prida> c vening services at
pm Rabbi Leon Kronish will
Ettc ,i scrip! written by him and
I. to ( hanuka: The Light
pt i Sever rAtinguLshed." Can-;
Samuel Kelemer will render (
Irr.u... i. p irtioni of the liturgy,
an Kned at the organ.
ur i] morning services are at (
. Brenda Ann. daughter
II Sam Brody, will
ome Bus Mitzvah. Bar Mitzvah
Jttven. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
Baron, is also scheduled dur-
| tli ii rvices
^OWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
I Prida) evening services at
pm Saturday morning serv-
11 I m Rabbi Arie
k i wi preai h on: "Old Times
Old Folks Class in Talmud
preci de services at 8 a.m.
I in Bible is scheduled for 5
i. followed by Mincha and Sha-
iSeudos under the sponsorship
plr ami Mrs Joseph Swartz.
*
fETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
rrida) evening services at
pm. with Rabbi Henry Wer-
officiating and preaching on
topic "The Buried Candela-
>" One.; Shabbat following
be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
nan Tragash. Saturday morn-
services are at 9 a.m., when
Mr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
fhaft. will become Bar Mitz-
Floral offeiing will be by the
Mb m their son's honor.
f services are at 7:30 a.m. and
pm
EMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
fa> evening senrleea at 5 and
Ml Annual homecoming
['<' will he dedicated to col-
>|'uth of the community. Rab-
n"iti Lehrman will officiate
I Preach on the topic: 'Facing
future Assisting will bo Rich-1
Y'alton, Georgia Institute of.
P'l<>. Barbara Falk. Iniver- I
Rabbi Abraham Herson offlciaUng
and preaching on in topic I Ighl
Dispelling the Darkness." Cantor
Albert Glanti will render the mu
ical portion- of if, liturgj Mr
and Mr-. Herman Goldfarb will be
hosts at the one. Sbabbat follow-
ing, Sa'urday mornini; services are
at 9 am. Kiddush will honor Math
an San.,i and Irene Linick prior
to their marriage Dec, 26

BETH TPILAH CONCREGV
TION wi'r rn".i pvidT, pveninn
services at 5.15 p.m. Saturdaj
morning services are at 8:) a in
Rabbi Joseph Bsehovek) will nffi
date and preach on the topic
rtVThrt#r t*>(*iynLi*it; \t 4 p m,.
the Rabbi will discuss the Weeklj
Portion Kincha will be at 4:30
p.m.. followed by Slnio- Seudos
and Maariv. Daily services are at
7 30 a in. Mine hi i- at 5 p m .
with Maariv following at 5 18
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:13
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Mrlvin Safra, I
grade student, will chant the litur
Candlelighting Time
KisUv 29 5:19 p.m.
"'Miami; Connie Jackson.1
PWtty of Michigan; and Alan
Fll|n. Vale UW School Can
r^nai portioni of the liturgy
l'n|l'e Hruinmer will render
P u-v morning services are at 9
*nm Barry, son of Mrs. Ber
'""n-. and Ronald, son of
l-M Mrs. Abraham Rothstein.
Lin k r Ml,/Vi,h "nest speak-
r1 "' Dr Moshe Davis, provost '
r ewiih Theological Seminary
J Dailj services are in
I Bin and 5:30 p in
fc rtT,H ISRABL NORTH-
center win hold Friday
"* at 8:30 p.m. with ,
gy. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
preach on the topic: "Not With
Might.'' Mincha is at 5 p.m., with
Shalos Seudos following. Daily
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m., with Sunday services at 8.
a.m.
* *
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sen
ices at 8:15 p.m. Combined choirs
under the direction of Lucille
Moore will assist Cantor Maurice
Neu in rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Rabbi Henry
Okolica will discuss "Messiah
Study of Ideologies." Saturday
morning services are at 9 a in
when Sidney Klein will become Bar
Mitzvah Mr and Mrs. Julius Klein
will be hosts in honor of their son
at the Oneg Shabbat following Fri-
day evening services Daily serv-
ices are at 7:30 am and 7 p.m.
*
TEMPLE SINAI will hold Frida)
evening services at 8:30 p.m with
Rabbi David Shapiro officiating
and discussing: "Peace of Mind."
Cantor Joseph W Malek and the
Temple Choir, under the direction
Of Rev. Hordochai Haalman. will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Oneg Shabbat following
will be sponsored by Mrs Rose
Zuckerman. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion. Dairy morning services are
at 9 a.m.

CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with Cantor Aaron
Weingarten rendering the musical
portions of the liturgy. Rabbi
Akiva Chill will discus*: "The Few
and the Many." Saturday morning
services are at 8.30 a.m when the
sermon will be "Doing the Impos
siblc." Junior services are at 9
a.m., under the direction of Rev.
A. J. Safra. assisted by Kelvin Saf-
ra. Mrs. Mary Alpern will be ho-
le-- at Kiddush Mincha i- at 5 20 .
p.m.. followed by Shalos geudos.
Rabbi Chill will di-cUss the Weekly
Portion. Daily services are at -
and 8 a.m and at 5:20 p.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at I 25 and 8 p.m.. with Rabbi
Mayer Abraroowitz officiating
Services will be dedicated to col
lege men and women who are re
turning from school for the winter
J*e Flea* Me
NAT CANS
Ph. 34616 4 998'
1/ F I.VSUSANCf NEEDS
:"'""'"' Subjed of the sermon
YOUth and the Chanuka of
i""".m.w Participating will be
"' Elwitt, Cornell University
;""1 Eleanor Goodman and Lewis
1 ohen, of the Universit) ol Mi
toi Edward Klein will
! "" musical portions of the
iturdaj morning services
I '-m when Stephen, son
and Mr- Murray Mailuter
and William, son of Mr. and Mrs
" ) Lader, will become Bar Mitz
\ h
WESTMI4MI JEWISH CENTER
will bold Knd.iy evening services
111 conducted by Rabbi
rVajtman Center Choir will
wider the direction of Jeroste
Taft. JJi** Fisher. u*tltre se-
y of District No.'^S. B'qso
h will be guest speaker. Oneg
shabbat following will l>e sponsor-
ed by Mr, and Mr,. Murray Sem-
macher in honor of then- Kith
ling anniversary. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. Phil-
ip; son ol Mr. aiul Mr-. Louis Go!
din. will become liar Mitzvah.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.. with
Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and
discussing: "What is Success?"
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed
b) Shalos Seudos. Max Mendelson
will act as host. Rabbi Ever will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 4:45 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating and
discussing: "Chanuka's Contribu-
tion to Christmas." Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will officiate. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
with Rabbi Caplan discussing the
Weekly Portion. Bible class is at
4 p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5
p.m.
i *
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30 p.m. Sat-
. urday morning services are at 8:30
a.m, Rabbi Simon April will dis-
co-- "Our Light Tower." Cantor
Berele Kelemer will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Daily
services are at 7:30 am and 5:30
p in.
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 7;i() p m The congregation now
has its own chanuka Menorah pre-
sented by Rabbi Abraham Hei-on.
ot Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter.

PAGE 5B-
Bat Galim Hoax
Boomerangs at UN
For Egypt Leaders
Continued from Page 1 B
or destination, cargo or port of
origin The Canal, constructed by
other- to serve the maritime needs
Of the world, is not. or ever has it
been, a sovereign Egyptian poses-
sion. Nor was it ever intended as
such. The Government Of Israel.
therefore, has behind it the full
force of international agreement
when it asks, H will, for a, re-
i -ITtion of international opinion
in favor of the doctrine ol free
passage.
All this come- at a time when
the Arab nations, not the least
among them Egypt, are slated to
receive considerable and tangible
aid from the Western [lowers. Both
guns and butter have been prom-
ised despite the extraordinary
lack of internal stability in coun-
jtries such as Kgypt, despite the
elaborate staging of such produc-
tions a- the Bat Galim case, despite
| the general unrest and tension
characterized by alleged assassina-
tions, espionage trials and their
like Surely the least that can be
asked by the Western powers is
that Kgypt adhere to the minimal
I amenities which bind the civilized
I and democratic powers in the
world. Now that the freedom of
I the Canal, and all that this implies.
\ is to be placed before the UN for
| open debate, it remains to be seen
I whether this high tribunal is pre-
| pared to make good its pledges
i and abide by its obligations. This.
I then, is a grave moment, not only
I for the State of Israel, but for the
free world in its entirety.
'Crystal Ball Dance'
Young Adult Croup of Temple
F.manu-KI will hold a "Crystal Ball
Dance" on Sunday evening in the
Temple social hall, according to
Irving Scherr. president. Members
of the arrangements committee are
, Eileen Goldberg, Paul Kwitnt",
Bob Stone. Dave Goldfine. Hy Josi-
vitz. Harriet Pollane, Joyce Karpp
and Maurice Mason.
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lea#i ttrr i ji^t
FRIDA^DLCEMB^
#a66is Without Ketubah Accord
Honor Roll Students Named
Continued from Page 1 B
!, Leon Kronish and May< r
\ now Itz, l i cssenti :i' >ic
ed similar opii
ler "i th liberal
m Temple Beth Sho!
run, Miami Beach R ibbi Kronish
said (hat ihi' conservatives' pro-
- tubi h rii inge is .1 "step
In th hi d nl) lh'
1. Liberal
I 11 be-
1 '' '
\. : u are in
1 1 mm
than that
v
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ob.-ei
I
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p ritual W
: ith an) con-
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.I, can 1 xp -- 'li ir n I
gregation uul 1
and limitations onlj a hin the
scope ol the orthodoa 1
Shori J
lew ish
n arris a houl 1 i"
1. h devi loping lif'
H
thai it a while
within
the rB
1
,
I
1
w i-'n law
He told Tl in that
lei no
1 11 m di ite
con*
ibah aimed
ranteeir 1 an 1 wife
to give each othei 1 mplel love
and devotion ignores .1 [undamen
lewish principle
1 irtl ibbis have always
1 rwd m the matter
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N
I :. nee of
(ices. 1h Ihe
irta the
1 1
Sale by Chemical Research of Controlling
Stock in Maule Industries Revealed Here
Sale by 1 arch 1 nr-
poral stock in
ol this
I enterpi
I- : tl
by J II Buchai
M 1 id 1 h< p

nsion "i it facil
it ion to bet) tl lilders ol
S ac
quisition bj the Ferre interests,
Buchai an stres
b)
\ Fem nd his four sons,
I- vi nei er bought 1 r specula-
I 1 hi j
definite!) 'builders in the
t tl h sound man 1
n l hard work thej expand
the \ alue nl evi ry
pert) thej '1 acquired They
wih to enhanci holdings, not only
for futui 1 rat ii ms ol their
family, but also for future
f their employ* es and
othi Ich ilders
'The) have acquired the unique
: selling a prop-
In Pui rto Rii ? Fern 1- referred
is Mr Industr) i I bis
p.ii lenci nd hard w irk in 1
ifter
I
: .1 dr)
Luis,
1 I I itl !
tons

N
! Rica
V
try

the)
of the I ,i or

, mr tons,
h ol whom owns th in-
rding 1 Joe
Fen n ad< surve) of S
Flo ..- and .1 h ill igo ami
imprecsed with thi- an
. rowth possibility Mi persuaded
and in- brothers ih.it
l loi :: red an opportunity for
. and Pern Indus-
- -I Maule Industries as
heir ir go inveatnn nt
At that time, the) acquired a
substantial amount ol Ma
with the option nf acquiring con-
trol ( the compan)
In th- interim, thi.-. area'.-, popula-
tion trend, it- residential develop-
ments and it- tOUriat trade COB-
tinu. 4 in an upward ipiral, further
" 11 trong position and ne
tiationa were begun resulting in
control Ol Maule passing to their
hand*.
Maule's ownership
will In no aaj affei I present offl
, nl hi compan) an !
it- organization of personnel,
which have won widespread sup
rom this area's builders, Hu-*
(li.in.in -.nd
\ >ng the officers continued
will be J 11 Buchanan as president
and M K Pafford as executive vice
lent and treasurer
1'. to di mands froln his other
rests lure. Canada and el-e
.1 Bradley Streit. who has
.1- chairman of the board,
w.ll relinquish thi- position but
continue to serve -i board mem-
ber, Buchanan stated streit who
maintains Ms residence here and
nember of Indian Creek and
Latiorce Country Clubs, is inter
nationally known .,- a business man
j ; sportsman
1 hemical Research Corporation,
convinced of Florida- potentiaties,
recently added to it- various hold
in the state b) purchasing R2.
000 acres id land in the Charlotte
II irbor area, on the West Coast,
and 1,100 acre- near Pompano
B 11 li mi th.- East 1 toast
in order to diversify it- invest-
ments and develop it- other Flor-
ida properties, Chemical Research
; iration relinquish) .1 its c
trailing stock i- M 1 Streit ex
. ii
Ni w in Ihe Maule
1 ol director- will be J
i- rre His broth -r l.m- will be
ird Among th e
c.-it ird oi direc
I :\/ who will I'i
din 'i Maule opera
the Fein family's In-
I :
me .1 re ident
I rce < oui
1
In addition to pun ha 1
ern
last year and
halt h ... i baaed l srid 1 1
.....
doll
Ol t inanu-
prodUCtl and
distributi ouilden supplies,
Maule h'u- .,\. r ixxi mployees It-
annu.i! payroll in 1981 amoontad to
1179.710 In 1961 it purch
quarry land totaling 3 1
with 100.000.000 cubic yards of
rock Compan) official- estimate
thi> will give Maule sufficient quar
ry rest 0 to 35 yean
Soldinqer to Speak
Miami Beach fcMaada Young
Adult Zi ini-t Distrtl t will DTI
an Oneg Sbabal Frid
the home of Pat and Shirle;. S4-lt
BSf MM Moith Bay rd. Sam Sol-
dinger will discuss "What Christ
' mas Means to Me."
Dr Hi rm in i( Mechlowitx, chati
f tl religion -chonl of Tern-
RmanH KI. announced the
Honor Roll 'hi- week fur attend
tin first quarter of
all barn
' i] s< hool Kindei arten A
Jon 1M1 in Cohen, Jay 'I n
B Ar'enc Adel
in in. Ellen Ruth Bpstein, Ellen
Sheldon; Cl I v Danny \
o\. Rarh u 1 Bar for, llmmj Freh
i.;i nberg, Deidre
Ban-. Oroaa, Martha
11 ir Klempner, Bryna Ku-
\' 1 ] evi, Hannah Middleman,
i r-ncn insky, Meredith
1 I, Billy Si 11 Leonard SI
1 l, v tzm
1.; Ji I ArHyruan, David
rfrr-y rTTflrnan Elainn
i ph lip R ilnn. Class 2A
n, Janet Hair
Rcbbi David B. Hollander,
presidsnt. Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, has just re-
turned frcm a special meeting
with the Chief Rabbis of Is-
rael, British Empire, France,
Belgium. Netherlands, the
Beth Din of Amsterdam and
other hading scholars who
joined the RCA and the Rab-
binical Alliance of America
in condemning the recent ac-
tion by the Conservative
movement in eflecting chang-
es 111 the traditional marriage
contract and establishing a
Beth Din. The action was de-
scribed as representing "the
gravest implications for the
san-rtity of Jewish family life"
and will not be recognized by
the wcrld-wide orthodox rab-
binate.
Broad Appointed
Apartment House
Division Leader
Daniel M Bt 11, Miami Bern h
1 usiness execul nd chic work
<-r. was this a iek appointed chair
oi the Apartment Hon.,- in
1-.011 in .the I9SS Combined Jen
i-h Appeal
1 will -ii ntlj announce Ihe
ommitti e to serve
w "li him in covi y 1,800
- in thi- area He
o.....keel .1 ch un erve
i
w, sped to reach i \ crj
from Blscaj ne Street
to Bal Harbour said Br.....I, out
art) plans (or his group
in last real c.unpaid, the di
\ i ion undi. Bt id i am* a ithin
.1 fraction of achieving it- quota
He w.i- also chairman of the divi-
sion in the I08J and 1953 cam-
paigni
i. iad i- mi mbar oi the i i \
i impaign < al it and Ffttwhtff
o| the briard ot gOtereOCI
Community Singers
Slate Celebration
chain.k.i celebration will be m\
n b) th" Community Singers of
tin Miami Beach Recreation De-
partsnent, on Sunday ovanlng, lii
2ti iti Flamingo Park
Narration will he by Andy Solo-
mon, William Wei-s. Benin- Sac
gar, Harry Kershaw, Rose Abelson.
Monica Monheit. Jean Devcns and
Shirle) McCauley.
Chahn Rose, of the Miami Beach
Recreation Department staff, will
be shames and hsht the sen
candle Narration for the scene ..-
written h\ Mr- Sam Ohlet/
"Americana." an operetta ar-
ranged DJ director Ben Yomen and
ha-ed on authentic American folk
music, will constitute the second
portion of the program. leading
roles for the first sctM will bo
-nny b\ Bernard Schaft. Boh Orote,
William \\ei Chaitn R...... Eve-
lyn Lapin, Regiaa Balm, and Sarah
S Kir-ehner
Por the second scene, leads will
In- Solomon Sylvia Kurt/. Bernard
Schaft and ROM
A cast of 50. including the Mi-
ami Beach Community Singers and
a hillbilly band, will complete the
program Margaret Yomen will Ba-
sis) at the piano
li IVncI
SB 11
n :' Brick. JuSkP
"""' "nan. SSl
r,
Dial
H Robert h
( lass i
nbei II
uets u
Neil ''>" B Sand, tit
s'"'" "' l.inda ibl
Gloria B
ha i
K;"''" I stassri,
dra Si h n
kin. i .
Ellen I' ;
ane Schv
i r is s
!A Sti ph '. Honriu u
Kaye, J i d u
Gerald \ W arrrn Bi
Cla-s K ,ri| Click.
Jarret. Sheldon Rose, Alan SI
Class ID St
Gross; I
Steven Robinsoi I ,-- H .|
vm Taj i"i Narad, Rk
Dessauer
Class 3A Jerome chavcs.1
leni- Greer Moni G
Herman. II 11 ir d Bussf
Cla 3B el Apnein
Fred Lane I S i|
Stuart Aui rbach, Alan
Michael Ootchi' Jack Rabin.I
7 Virginia '. irdan, Eilwn!
Susan St ha 8 Std
Shami France* I
Barr) Honii Martin Lurie,
Trent i ii ni Iu lurk. Ruth
stein, Shi
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nrrt-.MBER 24. 1954
_ki\t lk*Hvu
I'l
Viim'tl
le:
ticW president
I presto*
,,,. ttniT of Wometco
itrei and
WTVJ
(>' h' r officer
(I at a re
.lection
include
-, Allm.iycr.
pri rident;
. s Palton,
president;
I Weinklo.
president
15 r ii i'l >
ncr. trea^ur
-i-cretary:
Hut'
b. ard; Joseph
I rfl ,:i Ol Hi'-
H
I urer.
Lur A | ... r has been nanv
rman of the board,
, by Westvtew
.,,,,., Sew "> ir Eve party
mpleted, newly
Hey, iied A aerie*
.:,(.. including a pro-
lor tournament, i- alao plan-!
... p. cember and eon-
[in April
U for Hebrew Teachers
i Held in Miami
Liu.il demonstration cli
Eebrew teachers <>f Greater
null again be held this year.
[ ire -.pon-
i,v || Bu i "i Jewish
[ and Educational Direc-
I ncil
I fu, ,u p 28, clasa will
Bi th David CnncrcKu-
lv.hr. i Gadon will dem-
i advanced Hc-
i t)ec '! Vbraham
din ctor liorth >h m Jewish (enter.
I n (ration cki-^ in
leachini; ol ihe prayer book.
i are hi Id in eooperation
1th Hebrew Teachers' rVasoci*
| Miami and are ex-
lo attract over 30 full-time
tional Hebrew teachers
PAGE 7 B
Charles L. Clemei.t -. president, and F. Lowi chairman
of the board, congratulate one another at the opening of the
permanent home of Community National Bank of Bal Harbour,
9600 Collins ave. Janice Cresap pins one of the opening day
boutonnieres on Wall.
Finest-one Heads
Kneseth Israel
is elected
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PAGE 8 B
9-jewlstifkwidllar
FRIDAY,
DECEMBB|(
HUMID E. BUTSTMTR GREAT Mill FOR HIS Tit
By STANLEY S. JACOBS
fTha lat* Richard R lutntadt, who
.>. utlvi rlci hull man ->f tha
Ant' I vf.itn.it i"ii Lt-.iKiir, illaHl M
- I'ha bMltori i
On In-rich in the near ilcscrti'd
import terminal, a graying man
dosed :it midnight, a Eat briefcase
cradled In mm arm. .1 copy i Hit
ler's Mcin Kampf upon in his lap
An attendant shook him gently
"Mister, your plane for t'hicaH'>
won't Im' in for another two hours
- It's run into had weather."
The wearv traveler opened his
airport attendant alone of all pen
pie in the world Thousands ol us
remember that smile It was the
mark ol a man who loved mankind
Hunks verj much! said Dick
Gutstadt "I've not time now tor j
lit11*- light reading And he plui
ed again into Hitler's turgid prose.
making penciled notes on an en-
velope
for Richard E Gutstadt, the
tireless, quick-moving director of
the Ann Pel.uiiation League in wth The youngster recoilad m
those turblllenl days, reCOgnited shock at the tales he heard of vile
Hitler for the madman he was And conditions on American vestals,
Dick's beartrap mind and golden here sailors were virtual!) slaves
orator] were stinging Americans ,! sea it was Puruaeth lonely
into an awareness of the full di voice of these lost amis who
mensions of th< Nazi menace stun* Dick into youthful resolve to
The physical Dick is cone Dead strike hard at human deRradation
ol cancer at M No kmger does this a,i brutality whenever he could.
warn man with the lined faee ride Hlstor) has a way of conjuring
the airliners, milk trims and bus- up lru. rj^-ht man for the right role
so in his role of latter-da]
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Phone 84-2578
Two recently arrived immigrant children temporarily living at
the sheltei of United HIAS Service, in New York, listen in rapt
attention as Rabbi Ezekiel Landau, the agency's spiritual ad-
viser, retells the story of Chanuka.
season's b:st
wishes to all
Paul
Revere, crying oul against oppces
(ion, religious hatred, and I.tnati-
ii-m
But the real "REG" is imperish
able
\s long as there is an Anti-IV-
famation League, the spirit of the
man whom toaatmasters delighted
in introducing ai Mr AI>L" will
permeate the agency, its people
and its purpose infusing them with
a dedication and .m inner convic
! which were tin hallmarks of
his life
Dick's incandescent belief in the
> of man and the coal of nil
man freedom was ignited b) the
visitors in his home durn
S Francisco boyhood He tu
l>rn in the Ba) city in 188H
I s.,w the great li!r,i:- ol thai
n the home of mj father,"
-aid His lather a/as Her
1 iUStadt, who served, a- presi
dent ol District Grand Lodge No 4
ol B i..ii H nth rtx re w.,. Sam
I American la
1 ii. nrj 'o orgi the r< Downed
'single taxer' and Andrew Kuril
s. -h the gaunt ran boned head of
--.ulors tr.ion of the Pacific "
Of all these champions "f the
underdog, none made a greater im
press],,n on Pick than did Kuru-
Continuad on Ptg* B
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MIAMI. FLA.
Phone MO 1-5147
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Phone 2-2675
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, ...
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[^DECEMBER 24, 1954
bntinuad from P.ge 8B
II irnin goes "P nn a cru"
*', ,- of Hitler
55 ,,, of the 1930s
nick Gutstadl <>nt( the cen-
\\taee I"' was '" "rcuPy for
kin 20 years He na(' '" <"
Ed nations .Imctnr of ADL
T, uwuptanting his family
L Franri^o to Chicago. But
I rooti were spread across
lion Here was a one-time
and Jewish community
,< had never finished
.tool yet he was a self-edu-
Pwho put Phd's to sbame
L fantastic fund of knowl
h i^viserl to meet the threat
Atoning American fascism.
I sympathy for the victims
^ism invested his every
land sentence with haunting ;
1 of totalitarian terror. One
L a new stenographer
inly the day beforeran
[s office weeping uncontrol-
letters he dictates
i the words come out," she
_d. "It's just as if I myself
ne of those poor concentra-
aip victims he is writing
Dick's vivid and lengthy
goaded countless B'nai
land community leaders to
Ion behalf of the vital ADL
llways was concerned with
f\" Jews of America, those
Ulta living in small towns.
them remote from the
rams of Jrwish life,
and action Many a Jew-
kim1" or professional man
Itually had forgotten his re-
I identity i to life with
cance after Dick chugged
im in hi beat-up Chevrolet.
hi dtligenl In speaking be-
pndfuls of these marginal
the dangers confronting
He stressed positive Amerl-
I Jewish values They loved
krtify yourself as an ADL
I these towns even now20
iterand the air crackles
gic talk of what "your
adt did for our commu-
Ifadine was prodigious. Dick
brgot what his photographic
eedily registered. His mind
equally well with names
e< Years after speaking in
Valla, he would recall the
of people he met but once,
finesses, children, hobbies
kerni Upon meeting them
tef, it was as if he had
|from them only the week
as n.....rceful. In the
Iprecedin | Hitler's invasion
Ind. the air crackled with
ks by the Nazis on
i. democracy, FDR. and the
tea peopli really grasped
*nt of the German radio's
|y
Pipe it in direct," Dick
?ell take it down while it's
I Kive it to the public. Let
Pie judge."
fled a radio manufacturer
IIH GREAT MAN FOR rl[
PAGE 9 B
'"'" *ttlng up ,-i horl wave receiv-
ing studio in his off ire Nightly
Dick crouched over the .. t ,.',,-
phones clamped tight, jotting down
the insults and alms,, heaped on
Americans by Nazi commentators
Such first fond details gave his
anti-Nazi peaches further ring
of authenticity.
Dick was generous even to his
people's enemies Hi- spirit of tor
giveness was extended in a novel
way one day to an unhappy young
man in Chicago who called him-
self "The Irish Hitler."
This lad sported a shamrock on
one arm and a swastika on the
ottYei? H* sped Hitler, Joe McWil-
liams and other soap-box bigots,
crying for the downfall of the
Jews.
One morning, he turned up in
fhe reception room of the ADL's
Chicago office, a depressed, shab-
by character. "I want to see Gut-
stadt!" he barked sullenly. Within
15 minutes, he was seated in Dick's
office while puzzled staff members
speculated on the nature of this
visit by the self-styled Irish Fue
her.
"I need a job. I've got a wife and
three kids to support!" the young
man blurted out to Dick. "If you
kick me out now, you'd be right
I've been a louse with this act
about being another Hitler. I
thought I could make some money.
I'm ashamed now and want to apol-
ogize."
Dick fired questions at him. A
half-hour passed. Then Dick reach
ed for the phone and called his
good friend. Bishop Bernard Sheil.
famed militant head of Chicago's
Catholic Youth Organization With-
in a few days, the erstwhile Hitler
landed a job through the Bishop,
who acted on Dick's recommenda-
tion.
"This boy will go straight," Dick
said. "I'm sure of my man."
Some of us had misgivings, but
Dick was right. The youth ulti-
mately became a successful journ-
alist and editor of a small weekly.
He wrote regular columns and edi-
torials in defense of democracy
.A
HOLIDAY
hn SIihov
AND
LUMBUS HOTEL
'Heart of Miami
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*HONE 3-2871
[GREETINGS TO
MY FRIENDS
*
i C. "Bill"
AHTAFF
Con
?ndJe,l*,( n< the clippings
'" '"- benefactors, Bishop Shell
and Dick Gutstadt.
Dlcfc imam allowed Jewry's debt
'" Slgmund Livingston, A in -
founder, to be forgotten. i the
when Mil. was in it- adoles-
';'''" the younger man absorbed
he teaching oi Livingston, a coun-
try boy who became a big corpora-
tion lawyer Livingston was a man
to whom words were hke dollars,
to he used wisely and sparingly!
His grunt of approval was equiva-
lent to a speech.
"Let's gei aigs Slani on it!" was
a frequent Gustadt reaction. If Liv-
ingston disagreed, Dick would back
off, then charge in from another
direction. He rarely left the Liv-
ingston law office without an as-
senting grunt or a scrawled okay.
Dick believed fervently in the
powers of reason and persuasion.
One day a telegram came from De-
troit that Henry Ford wanted to
Continued on Page 10 B

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PAGE 10 B
.lewis* ncrkAarL
RICHARD E. GUTSTADTA GREAT MAN FOR HIS TIME
Continued from Page 9 B
si e him Henry, Sr bad some ques
lions to .i-k and some statements
ti> make. Coming from .1 tycoon
who had pitted his empire In the
I920's against mythical Jewish
menace, this was an invitation hard
in resist.
Pick had been ill, bul he climbed
i In 1 to catch .1 nighl plane i"
D< troil \ da} later, he returned
1: almost jaunty mood.
"First time I ever mel a billion-
1 !" Dick said "Mr Ford wanted
t.i know whj the Jews didn'l lik-'
him l gave turn the reasons r ht
the barrelhead. He's an old and
confused man. the victim ol bad
h flucnce, misinform itioi nd ifl
1 m not claiming l left him
pure, but hi knows now the phonj
[hi protocols ol the Eld
its ol Zion and how unfair he has
n the .' i-li people
Dick's lovi for B'nai B'rith,
a-.pi nl it. was unparal
kets always filled with
membership blanks, he would re
cruit strangei nd friend alike for
the Order His magic voice, but-
1 -id bj .1 glowing sincerity, won
thousands to B'nai B'rith He was
1 yet 30 when, like hi- father,
he was elected president of Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No 4
1 believe the American heritage
1 Freedom and opportunitj should
make t"r .1 bigger ami better Jew
i-h community, not .1 smaller, as-
similated remnant," hi- once de-
clared Indeed synagogue life
claimed mu/h of his few span
when his own temple, Chit
venerable Sinai, embarked "" >
postwar building campaign, the ail-
Dick disregarded his doctor's
advice and went out night after
night, speaking ; gatherings on behalf "f the syna-
gogue He served as president of
Sinai at time when he sensed his
months were numbered But it was
racti ristic "f Dick that the
more he suffered physically, the
lei '* gave of hi- spirit his
and In- heart
Folks alwaj commented <>n
enviable famil) life, and the
1 ni sharing which enveloped
hen hi- children were unn
lived at home
to work Dick
h itti a 1 kle. tin- home is
; provi it 11 it works
it I any 1
He neeru When
. -11.11 to be made in
1
1 nveni ession ol
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Lighted Chanuka Menorah sheds its glow over the ZOA House
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Zionist Organization of America and named for its late presi-
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job, Or Ihe matter "I the COITect
bedtime hour
The will nl the majority prevail
I'd The tour Gutstadl children fre
quently carried the issue by sheer
numbers, outballpting the chair
man and his beloved wile Neva.
N'.iw the physical Dick is gone.
But his monument! lie all about us
Wherever a summer workshop in
human relations brings together
young people of ,rll races and
ro Ait .
A AIOST HAPPY CHANUKA
William W. Mcffof
PANDORA GIFT SHOP
956 NORMANDY DRIVE
Phone UN 6-9031
faiths, there his spirit hovers. It 1
shines through the growing list of'
legal proscriptions against discrim-
ination
For history made the man. And
the man in turn made history.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE "JJO" FICTITlOuT~
NOTICE IH HKIIKRY GIVEN n ,
the der,.t,,e,l ,M,ln ,,;,. .
&??? U"d'r ,h- Hctltloue n
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V !&*%! "w """' "'"' lh
RjaT"*r.....' ""......
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Attorney Cor HUdegarde i: ly, ,
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PAGE 11 B
iTJfioT" FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HBRK" ,:IVKN "'"'
"J il.-.nm: I" engage 111
CXier II.' Iltloiw name of
'"f,' I < ean
,, Mi't H"i I'l". intends
""'.,' .....th the Clerk
Hade County.
l.-M VI: Rl kl'T* CORP
i i. ildent
IN BOUNTY JUDGE'S COUfT?------
v,.-,.... DISCHARGE
,: I,,,:,;".;
i-nilMV JUDGE'S COURT .
f FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
JOE NO 14197-A
I
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Dad*
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even
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|| flMlher
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bii Petition wen
[ arn to be
gBEl |i ,s i >It 1IKRIII
ii hearing
llih da) ol
il a hleh time
, i oncern-
I !.
ataacaa
VRTHKII ,!:l 'ERED that
i m -
i ; da nm
live weeka
ii aa
Miami.
. ..... ..f
v, r RIANTON
\\'\ t SIMONHOFV
kE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i IVKN thai
biased !. i na '- engage '"
(ti'lt-r the rictltinua name of
IKI All: -1 KVK'K CENTER,
IK Bayshor, I ;i -. Mi.inn,
I i, .Mi. win. the
I roull t'ourl of Dade
..n.l.i
david ii i \\..
IIV BKl'TKL
JEN'cilani ii:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKl'.Y IJIVKN ih-.i
tha.uart.ratf.uad, ,-.,* ,,. ,..,'.".'.'.
business under the flctltloua
HURRICANE |NX, .., |2(M s '""- -
Avenue Wri Mhunt, intend
tar h.iI.1 name with the ru-rh c,t ,i,
' "iok'aTvaio^"'."1"1 '""'"'
JOK AIAARKZ and
HBNBTU|< CAIn"""..... '
All..liny r<- Applli
iglci SI M
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 30895. A
RBI ESTATE ok
ADOLPH F'Kli |.\|ANN i......,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCMARGE
NOTICE iv harab) |tvi n that I I ave
rUad my final report and petltl
Final Discharge ..- Fixe, ,,'ix of ,i.
estate Of AIIOI.I'II FRIEDMANN .|, -
i and thai on ihi
Itecembar. IH4, :ii applj to l i H
nr.il.le W K BL.ANTON
Judfte of 1>ade County, !
pproval ..f raid final report and for
Mi ..I dlachai Re i ,\.
Hatala of ADOL.PH KRIb'UMAN
. ......1
This ."." oa) ..f N. i
MA HIE K l'i:n:i i\i \ n v
MTBR8, HRIM \n ,v KAI'I.A.N
Attorneye foi Kxecutrix
h.i. Bay bold Hl.li: Mian i
12/3-10-17-^1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBI HIVEN II
the nndaralarned, dealrlng l
bualnaaa undi i i he flrtil
QRACO ACT. RENTALS, it I4M
W H.ikIi-i Rl... Mian K
iiiii'inis to rcffliter said n
i lark of the ''l:<:nt Court <.f liade
i '., .HI v. Klur i QRACO MOTORS, INC
By: Sum i Uradui I'n
Si.i Cohen Tren
SEYMOUR B I.IEBM \N KSy
Attorna) t-.r Qraco Mot r, In..
12 I-l-17-4
JOth da
f Novi

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS------
NAME LAW
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,
tE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAM' LAW
IS HEREBY CIVKN that
kkjoi i it i ,nr to nuaae In
' name of
BASKET CO (Not Inc.),
Intenda to reJK-
|aame .", ia* Clerk --f the
urt of Dad* County, Florida.
ni.i aiARKS
.; tits
rl.isl.-i si
ILNTY JUDGES' COURT
It COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 3'887-B
[' "''
lv II FIER tier, aaed
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
ICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
that I have
I md |>etlUon for
( ( the
hjll.l.l.wi Si'HKRER, de-
J Mi day of
1 to the Hon-
ank i: ix .-a i,inc. County
i Ida. for
' "al! it and for
I lor of the
1 Wll.l.lam SCHBRER, de-
lh il.,v ,. \ ,.. ,,.., ,,-,
|"JKi' S'Iikrer, Executor
IKIMAN KAI'I.A.N
.It I ,, ,t,
"Ml Miami, n.i.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY C.IVEN that
ih.- unrieraiKiieil. dealrlng to enj
l.iiMineKfi uiid.-i tlie flctltloua t
SET BOLD snack BAR, al ISO Sey-
lold Arcade Building, Miami, Intend
t.i regtUtar raid name with lh(
of the circuit conn of Dade County,
Elorlda.
HARRY I.-KII
ANN LUBB
I'Ml. I.. STEIN EH
Atlornay for Applicanta
71., Seyhold Bldg.
U/l-10-17-24
ft UNDER FICTITIOUS
* NAME LAW
LgHBREBY CIVKN that
wd. deinnB to engage in
ui.'.'i* "ctltlnue name of
MIAMI BEACH, at USS
Avenue. Miami Beach. In-
wjluter aaid name with the
|K<-lT.-uit Court of Hade
n,V|'-'.VAN WIN1POL
|* Applli ant
R'..|
in
ti^'T COURT OF THE
gV in DiClAL CIRCUIT OF
, iIc.ANO FO OADE
IARIK ROSE. I'iali.t.ff.
tlf'nc V:,'s,:' "-f'tidant
JfT J,.,PUBLICATION
JJJJ MCI.VIN ROSE.
P,'r' H ital
Tl In,,.,,,.,'
y>o. n.iii ,
fE HKKKI1Y NOTIFIED
k""l as,,,,,., y,, nd rou
Ir l' rrv' '"''>' ,,f >'""
R."or '"3 "" 7,h ** ''
I decree pro con-
il I,, ",' "lnat y,
"" day f |,rirI!,ber.
'-':vTiii.:,tMAN.
|;1-|,,,,i, court
J l>.-|nit> Vleik
fcjss
II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei-Hlgned. desiring to engage :n
liuineaa under th.- flctltloua name of
RBOEtJT I'AI^ACK APARTMENTS,
at H30-9317 Collins Avenue. Burfalde,
hla intenda to register aanl name
with the Cktrk of th.- Cln ult Court of
l>ad- County. H-
CARol. LEE ACTS INC.
A Florida Corporation
By Julius \v Dlttman, Vice Proa.
iUKNl-.iT ROTH
Attorney for I'-.r.-i Lee A pi Inc.
410 Lincoln Road
10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HI REBY rHVE
the undersigned, de
neaa under the flctltloua name i
LAUNDROMAT OK MIAMI HKAi 1
at ISM l iresel Avei Ml n r- -- n,
Florida, inteadi to
with the clerk of the Circuit Court o
1'a.le County. Florida
ALBERT SHENVVEATHER
Bole i i.in.-i
12/1-10-17-24_________________^__
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrtnc to em
hualneaa under the flctltloua name
MARTINS BHOBB, at 1156 N K 16:,^,',
St., North Mtaml Beach. Ha.. Intends
to register aaid name with the < lerR
of the Circuit Court of Dade t ounty.
Florida
MARTIN J. liBBBNKART. Sole >wner
AIJJTN D. 8TOLAR
Attorney for Am>Hcant
MM Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach
12/17-M-S1 1/7 ^__^_
NOTICE TO CREDITORS---------
M ^e,C0Ui'TV EDGES' COURT
tf.r.o.r.? F0R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA |N PROBATE. No 34150-A
. ,|.-
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II K Ml.'-.'.
NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huaineaa under the flctltloua """IT,:.
TRAM. RI'O MART, at .v,3.-3, S.W.
Mh St Miami, intend to register aam
name with th. Clerk of the t IrcUll
Court of Dado County. Hf'*
AL S"III.I, ,
MONi B. sonKl.
I2/H-17-24-2I_________________________
IN THI CIRCUIT COWRT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICIA L. CI RC U IT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY Ne. 17e7
ALLAN W. JOHNBON, PuuHlft.
kvki.Vn i'UN-si!g,JWen*ant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KVKI.YN I. .IINSON
e/o A Rlaley
242.', North 13th Street
PhlbuMpnlH II '.'"'."'',-i,-,,-,, ,
TOU ABE HBREBJ SOI 11 li.- "
rU, yoor An.w.-r to the i mi flail ''
Divorce with the Clerk of named Court ami aerve ;",''\, ":',,-
u....., iltwiN s OABRAttorn
IMalntiff. ITU >st "WjT
Miami. Honda, on or befi
dny of January. Itti.
Dated: '^TLEAt'hKKMAN.
g^f^Nr
.Circuit court Seal) l^puty Uerk
12/17-14-31 I/T
.
-
1 iad
I rlorlda
-
nt and l
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NOTICETO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,., NAME LAW
noikk IS HEREBY CIVKN that
UKln"i;n<|,""""":rk,K '" Wln
\\ k i .' .'o '"""""* nan.....f
TTI.- i '', ,SI;lV"'l: LAUNDER.
1 "- -.' 1 i. Ninth Btreet, Hlaleah,
with ft '""'^ "' reglstei Raid name
r i. ','",. '",k "r i"" Circuit Court
'' "..... County, Florida.
B J a i-. inc. Florida
Hole Owner
KRBDBRICK N, BARAD
Attorney f, i, \ a r INC ,
a i-'i,iii,ia oorporatlon
1-11 1/7
corp.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,___ NAME LAW
N'MICi: is HEREBY OIVEN that
ne un.lerslisned. deal ring to engage in
,'. i'".',\.","'''r 'he flcUUoua nan.....f
'," S;"?' '-KAN Kits A: LAUNDRT.
" .1- N I. Ind \-- .Ml,,,,,,, intend
to register said name with the <].-, k
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN.
at l':ii>:i West Plaster St., Miami, Fla ,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL M RCHACK, Bole owner
cui.li.MA.N \ OOLDBTEIN
Altorne>s for Registrant
2101 W. Hagler St., Miami, Fla.
12/14-11 1/7-14
i.f the <
rlorlda
JACK
,r Dade
lerk
County.
l.V.N.Ni:
MAX |{| | lll-IKI.I)
HI RN ETT Rl .I'll
Attorne) foi Applicant!
120 Lincoln Rd
I2/I0-K
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICK is HKKKRY CIVKN that
- ni .....gage In
. nan,i- ,.f
MODERN IRON WORKS, al 9741
N M .....I. Fla., int. nda
with the Clerk
Ihe ( rt of I M.I.- i'
Si .1. SILVER8TEIN, Sole I lwn< r
SHELDON Dl'BLKR
Applicant
-- irlt) HI
I il :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PICK IS HKRKBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, to i ngage In
ime ..f
SUGAR HILL, al 101 N W 20th Btreet,
Miami, I >ade I -. int). I ntenda
to I";- nan,., with the Clerk
of th. iurl i ..,-1.- r.iunu,
l lorlda
KAY-HBL, INC a rlorlda corporation
A iRTi IN A. KATZ, President
RICHARD KRIEOER PINK
KAY-HEL, INC.
112 ,',- Building, Miami, Florida
2/24- 17-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to eiujae'e In
bushiesa und.-r the fictitious num.- of
BEACH BERVICE STATION, at :*
WaehlneTton ATenue. MiH,i Beach,
Florida, intend to regteter said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit t'ourl of
Iade Count)-. Hi.iul.i
BEN 11' M IDMAN and
JEH81K VARIO, Dwnera
FREDERICK N. BARAD, ESQ.
Attorney for Ben Qoodman ..nil
,.- Varlo
12/24-11 17-11
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 33927-A
I Re EST vTK I IE
liAVIIl MRYER, |..-..-,..ri
To All II P-----na Hav-
,~.,.ii
I.-- I,
','.. md .-..' i, of "i. are I
- and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
.if \..,;. ni.ii have againal the
.-..tat- ol DAVID METER deceased
lati Dade County, Florida, t" the
Honorable Count) Judaea of Dade
County, and file the name In their
ofl pa In the County Courthouee In
Bade County, Hnridn. within eight
calendar months fr.,n tin Hate of the
first publication hereof Said claims
,.i .i< manda l.> contai nthe legal ad-
dreaa of the claimant and to he -.. n
to and preaented as aforesaid, or aanu
will be barred
Date l lecember I, A I>. i
I \\1|| KIKAS.
A. Executor ..f the Leal "'ill
Testament ,.(
DAVID MEYER l !E CHERTKoF
Attm nt ) foi I \. utor
12.10-17 ___________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT;
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.1
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 33640
In R< EST VTK OF
HENRY SCHBCHTER. Deeeaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i \!l .'-. dltol ind Ml I-
1 ind ......f J "'>

-
' MKCn HTER. de-
, ,,,,.. 0f t)ade I o inty, Florida.
to the M- --':' Count) Judgi p|

|n the Count) i .nirth.-'i-.'
, bade County, rlorlda. within eight
Slender months from the date of the
publication hereof Bali
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the und engage in
i.i the flctllloua name of
THE LEO .1 tiOLDMAN IJRAl'HIC
A UTS sit...... al :'..:. s W. 25th
Avenue, Intenda to register said name
COURT|inih the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
LEO i Gl ILDMAN, Bole Owner
i :-ii
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32364 A
RBl ESTAFH OF
BAMUEL s. BILVERMAN,
I lecea I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
final i ii--.11 and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estati It \\ni:i. B, BILVER-
M \N .i....... ,i. and that on thi
Jan iar). l.15, I ill appl) to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Administratrix <>f the Estate of
BAMUEL 8. SILVBRMAN, decei
SARA SII.VKI'.MA.N
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAI'I.A.N
Attom, i. for Administratrix
IL' 17-24-31 l 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY CIVKN that
thi underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name i f
.ia.MKs i, 10 and UP STORES, .,t
1200-1206 N.w. 3rd Ave., Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
With the Clerk Of th.- Circuit Court of
I iade I Sount) Florida
EDWARD MEHLER
BERNARD HUTNER
Attorne) f.-i Applicant
12 10-17-24-11________________/______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER REB-
TAURANT a CATERERS, at 161 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach, Intenda to
register said name with th. Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
SAM DEUTSCH, Sole Owner
MAI.VIN ENQLANDER
Attorney for Applicant
111 Lincoln ltd.
12 L* I -:;t 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PENGUIN HOTEL, al 141s ocenn
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda
to register said nan..- niil, the Clerk
,,f the Circuit Court "i Dade County.
'"'.....'" ,., LILLIAN WKINBLATT
1 RIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
iuel W. Shapiro
r Lillian w elnblatt
I 24-31 I
flral
claims
legal ad-
be SM..H1
, i.i,i.,,i,is i.....ntain th;
,i .. ,,( the claimant ami i
I'/.'.-.n.i presented a. aforesald.jr same
will he barred Bee Bool
the 1*14 l',i.hate Act.
l>.ite Pecembrr 7.
7^3.16 of
.. A.D 1M4.
KII1T WKI.I.1SC1I___
KSTKI.I.K O, KELLER
.,, c.-Admlnistnitora of the
S8*hr****%**.
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
RICHARD & MUROFF
Attorneys f"r Ad.ninistrators
12,'10-17-14-lJ____________________---------
-----------NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- in PROBATE, No. 33804-B
neeeaeed
FLORIDA
I
Inc Claims or Demands At-amst
Ing Cla
notified and requRed to 1 -"
publ ral
or .1.....amis lo ";" ," ,; ,..,
nil
red.
Novembi
A l> 1*51
vI:,,n,iVIT/. ARONOVIT-
A CA,D,JL t.-.t of Isadore J.
Attorneva for F.t "'
Fiaaman
11/10-17-^4-31
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
9-Jeniit) llcridfiiaifi
solicits your legal noticed.
W appreciate your
patronage and oruarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone 24366
for messenger errlce
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 iTI'.'I'ISS. If alive, and
CURTI88, her husband,
if ally.-, el ala
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANNIE M CURTIS, if alive and
CURTI88, her husband.
If alive. ADDRESS UNKNOWN
All unknown spouses, heirs, de-
visees, legatees, grantees, tru--
tees, assignees, lienors, succes-
s..rs. In interest, creditors, or oth-
er claimants. claiming by.
through, under or against any of
the above und foregoing defend-
ants, or either of them or other-
wise; All unknown parties having
or claiming to have any right,
title or interest In snd to the
property involved In this suit.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been filed against you
in the above styled court to (JCIKT
THF: TITLE to the foil..wing di scrib-
ed property, t.. Il:
Ix.ts S nnd !> Block Of CLF.I.AII
according t.> the plat thereof, re-
orded In Plat Book 10, page 14,
of the Public R.c.ir.is of Dade
County, Florida,
and you are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answer other plead-
ings on the Plaintiffs Attorney, JO-
SEPH PARDO, l"l Seybold Hldg Mi-
ami, Fla., and file tl.....rlglnal In the
office of the Clerk < the Clrcull Court
on or before ti"- 10 day of Jai
therwise thi allegatlona of aald
hill of complaint w.U be taken as con-
hy* you _
i. \ti:i. .ii Miami. Dad......inty,
this da) of December. 1954,
K B. LEATHERMAN,
, 'lei k -,r Clrcull i "ourt
in M C. GREEN,
(Circuit Court S. al i I'. puty Clerk
12 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious aamj or
SONNTAGS F-I.AMlNCo KOSHER
RESTAURANT AND CATF.RF.R.x.
and KLAM1NCO RKSTAIRANT, at
74:t Washington Ave.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR. INC. Sole Own, -i I
MALVIN ENOLANPBR
Attorney for Applicants
311 Lincoln Rd.
12/10-17-24-31
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
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Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Threatening Letters Reported
Received by Berlin Leaders
BERLIN N S Threatening
l< ttors evidencing the reietiviu
n.iii of the anti-Semitic elements
,11 Germanj were received recently
bj five leaden ol 1 h- West Berlin
Jewish community. it was disclos
, (i here b) Heini Gallnskl, head
ol the West Berlin Jewish com-
munal organization
joined in criticism ol the u
nification p o i ^ leading
Christian Democrat and i l<
member of the liberal wing "i the
rice Democratic Party
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INTERIOR DECORATING
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Sholom Asch Speaks
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11 i wiv (JTA I in i Jew
and l remained .i Jew, and .ii
though I think th.it there i- no pos-
sibilit) i reaching an understand-
Hi! the majoritj ol the Cath
lie world. I -nil am convinced
then : possibilit) tor an
between Ji ws and
at part ol the Christian
Sholem Asch, noted novel-
ist told .in audience here al i in*
. ial Histadrul gathering
Egypt Begins Trial of 13
Charged With Espionage
i.oMxiN i.i T \ Egypt's Su-
preme Militar) Court began the
trial ol IS Egyptian Jews last
weekend on charges of espionage
on behall ol Israel and "f alleg-
edlj having placed bombs in Bnt-
j-h and American buildings In
Egypt in an attempt to discredit
tCgypt abroad, it was reported here
:mm Cairn The prosecutor de-
led the death penalt)
U.S. Ambassador Assures
Israel of American Friendship
III. wiv u WS i s Ambas-
sador M Lawson declared here
thai "there is no justification for
lean that Washington is reserving
lit* consideration i"i" other and
countries" as hi- assured Is-
ael "i the full friendship' ol the
Mr Lawson made
dinner tei
it thi ZO \ House bj the Is-
v i ndship League.
Archbishop Says Christianity
Loses Ground in Africa
JOH VNNESBI RG AJP It A
.1 \ Vrchbishop
: told thering in
I unit i- los
iund throughout Aft
m and hi Ihei It was also
i. ., mo\ emenl to
( in the
M I hi i *om 21......lor
hnstian schools
join the
Otthodox Rabbinate Warns
Of Schism Over Ketubah
Nl U YORK WNS \
' warning that revision >( the
isn traditional marriage i
bj the oiteervativi
ppresented gravest it ions
thi titj ol J< \i-h life in
Vmi dis
\,A ni the principle- n( Jewish
Law" and that implementation ol
the revision decision would cri
chism in Jewish life hen- and
throughout the world was. issued
i bj the Orthodox rabbinate ol
Vmerica
Poetess in Moscow Hits
'Cosmopolitanism' Campaign
MOSCOW (JTA For the first
time since the Soviet campaign
against < o a m o politanism was
started in 1840, Jewish poetess
m Moscow Margarita Aliger, oame
out publielj against this cam --
paign, the Associated Press report* -
ed here i he poetess, holder Of __
I he Stalin I'ri/e lor literature, hai
been In dtsiavoc la oitia.il cin
r World War II -he
,n writing poelrj stressing her
consciousm her Jewish tradi-
tions
McCarthy Defense Hearings
Former Nazi Neumann
NEW YORK (AJPj The New
York Time- which ha- been
pounding out one editorial after
another against Joe McCarthy.!
saass up his case thi- week with
the following statement Keryonej
who has followed the adventure of (
Joseph R McCarthy during the >
past se\eral month- must be fa-
miliar with his plea that the hear |
ings and inquiries to which he has
been subjected have all along been
preventing the exposure of nu-
merous Communi-t- i n defense
plant- "
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Jd 400 1 id" 1 gath
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nku YORK 1 \.i!' "Rabbi" El-
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BONN tJTA) The slow pare of
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K Crowd Views torial Affair Utami turned <>ut to • X to the late Jack Ablin : hU „t the Jewiib fcrthe Aged which now n a ""' M0P.T-..--iembled M ,!,. late commu. Lr'. %  %  together with and daugh, Mr Md Mrs. %  (hi ribbon to new builclinu | j, ,i, Home i i ci'ities. runc'ieij wan Rruh Vice Mayor Harold norar} president ol the I rnrrnan de .(,,. r and beneI, re brought by and Abe | Beach and Mill Walker, chair[th,. ninr itizens division, | ; m Council; MrSol %  an. president ol the Wornfcliary; Stanlej C Myen, Miami Jewish Federation f. vhe Kurman, Home m i u.iCol. Jacob M. national!) noted political i hi( and Miami |h i chai icteriad the new i Mr Ablln'i Col Arvt-y |at I < instruction "f the I" itea Miami's If hal Hi" addition [ Icir the Aged L new residenta Ir the Douglas Gardeni to* b ew Speaking Group peet Tuesday Inn Hebrew Speaking |... Gi r Miami, will meet r ninj Dec. 27. at the Inf Mr and Mrs Harry PeB2S Royal Palm ave. Li speakei will be Morris B. Inn. who recently returned tour ol Israel. Newman. Ln ol th executive comI n| "Hadoar." is also a memI the praesidium of Histadrut | of America. on the program will be membi r of the Hebrew D) [acult] Faculty member i-h will review the program :. past year -t**ilt£kfidlia,r Daughter Born to Ebons M XSHIV.ION IA.II'I Israel Bml aes) h..announced the birth of a daughter, Giia, to Ambassador %  a nd MrAbba Eban at George Washington Hospital here Dec 13 'Last Chance Dance' I .st Chance Dance will be pre • in"' i by Mi i III Beach Masada I Young Adult Zionist District on s.i, i!, |< ol [hi in the I a-'iiM room of th ll" Monte Carlo Mar cell* Faldsti .-. is fund i i ba man, and proceeds v. ill be ear DM Silver, cbildren'i j'tural tra i i hool in 1rael A vis ing Miss Waldstein art Maril) n Sanders, Afglt.j U.i iv. m. Jen \ Miller, Leila Gi'Ow.'. c .. i JoaewiU. Harriet Shut-' ;.ml Gil Kjpp.ipurt. Florida ZOA PAGE 11 A :. MRS I RACHEL KATZ Mil LOUIS BAYER I %  %  Holiday Hosts Norman Bruce Brown Post Auxiliary, JWV, will give patients in War.I 17 nt Pratt General Hospital a holiday party on Saturday evening On Sunday the Auxiliary will participate with other JWV groups in an annual (hanuka affair scheduled for the chapel at Pratt N v h %  i; X PI K. %  • %  urdiii Mt. Ni Gallery Slates Exhibit Mirell Gallery, 18 Anthony Arrarlo ("iiiiinnt Rmvt will linen a '"" '' '''"'•' caae. itnoniii urove, win open a ,,, k ,, N ... v n !Ll %. s -I.I new -how Sunday evening to run M-mo i •> .. • 1 iin.uiL-.i. BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ -' I' 1 inn %  Ivanla ,,v.. \| .,,„• ii. il ill, w ho • %  %  %  N'ew Vnrl l'll> i vrxr %  I.. 1, Si hnarta, thn :' -I %  |l .ll through Jan. 28. The gallon will feature BUM] Magafan and Bruce Currie, This will be their second joint show together. Volunteers to Take Assignments NEW YORK Reciprocating for courtesies shown them at the Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement, iso volunteers ol the Jewish faith will take over the ChristIBM eve and ( hn-tmaDay program responsibilities of their Christian co workers at ISO clubs to permit the latter to attend -ervI ices and spend the holiday with their families, according to word ZEELECK ALPERT I" '•• Ih avi lied fi.-h III III i !. I turvtv... Hi of Ml niii. and • .: VI Hi 11 Ii • %  a %  • %  held ABE FRIEDMAN U %  %  • k I. H. nine from I'l %  %  ,ii.Ins .i hrothi MRS. DOROTHY A. STEIN %  • %  I Ml % %  %  •. M %  ii : % %  ..1.1 111 I it • ll.i |.. I. IIll b II lil \.i... i Vim in i Khe %  -on.from (>., "t.:lii > ear* ago, and in ....! b) h. %  %  hUKband, Sldne) her pa nlH, Mr and MrBen Hare, and I. Ml I.. II. i: \\ %  tl %  I. I .ill i.f Ml.Ill I '.. HC'h. MRS. ESTHER WACKSMAN 77 (rhii i eslde. '.il oii.nihs .iiiin.'i m Miami Beach, died id\tt < .i: the home of a daughreceived by the National Jewish £. v— %  hi --. Leonard Jacobus Dies at 81 Following Lengthy Illness Leonard Jacobus, pioneer Miamian and active in Temple Israel, passed away last Friday. A food broker who had been associated with the Apte Brokerage Co. of Miami, he came here 30 years ago from Atlanta. He was 61. He was past president of the Food Brokers' Association of Miami Mr Jacobus, who lived at 901 NE 72nd tor., was a member of B'nai B'rith and a member of the board of trustees of the Children's Cardiac Home He also was a member oi James Carnell Masonic Blue e the Scotti-h Kite, the Mahi Shrine and the American Legion. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Froma Jacobus; a brother, Heat)', of Dallas-, Tex.; and two sisters, Mrs. Alvine Cone ol Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Lee Strausburger, oi Atlanta. Servicewere held at the Gordon Miami Funeral Home, with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Joseph Narol officiating. Burial followed in the Temple Israel section of Graceland Park Cemetery. Schwartz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Max Schwartz, formerly of 1800 SW 17th St., Will take place Sunday. Dec. 26, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mr. Schwartz is survived by his wife. Sarah; six sons, Hy, of Dallas. Murray, of Chicago. Martin and Harry, of Miami, Sidney, of Dallas, and Larry, of Miami; three daughters, including Mrs. Leona Luber and Mrs. Pearl Mitzer, of Miami; also six brothers, three sisters, twenty-four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Mr. Schwartz was a member of Congregation Beth F.l and one of the organizers of the Workmen's Circle of Chicago, III. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN thai tha undi i -imi.d deelrtng t" engaffo hi t> i in. under tha flctltloua name "f MASTERS FABRICS \INTERIORS, HI 5803 M M. -Hi Street, Intends to register Mini in,m,' with tha Clerk ol the Tin nil Court of L>ade County, Florida. JOSEPH MASTERS, Sole Owner HA III i|.l> STR1 MI'I-' Attorney for Applicant Hi -. bold Rids, I-Sl 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ih' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring, to engage "> buslneait under the fictitious name of KING'S TOYS, in 12953 N.W. Till Av. North Miami, Florida, Intend to name with the Clark of the i'.,mt ..r iMiltCounty, Florida. LEO RICHRKRfl CARLYN EICHBERG RI:RN \I:I> HI TNER Attorney f. daughter and son-in-law of the late lack Ablin; Mis. •Ablin. his wife; Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-u *al leader who delivered the invocation and benediction, p Kopelowitz. Home board member; and Donald Owen 1 a son. Ilf LOON LAKE, in the. Adirondackj. NEW YORK ruuious'Niw coco ttunls ur-rat.. ***** .'jXt M? puitt as MOO acra....liaalthfal, podtn-lraa ettK. iSj^wiW ...ff othei i ui i Ivoi -• in. lude two \. I V I '". ... %  ither BERTHA COHEN Coral i %  MAX PUCHMINT2 hintntx Is ni u.iin Ml LOUIS TOBIN <| ,,f W71 su 10th tei passed iv,a> survived to hi %  %  "i'/'rhila Hainuel Remains were nt to I hlu' dTlphla '"i servl.es and Interment bj Miami Rlveraide NATHAN BEHRENS „,;. 0 f ai mt %  M*ml Bwh, paaaed .i"-' 1 ''•'' %  RUEBEN JACK MOW i -w, ii,\ dr., died l>ee. i"* i h.i|i,l OOROTHV FINK i <.'i-, N W .'7th eve passen I.*." ii. ii. a toeal hospital Buraft? as,-%  troWK*.-t?ias-fi %  ""••••; %  ', ,,'KI %  —' %  •"" "" Gartenberg Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Lewis Gartenberg. formerly of 4411 Sheridan ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. Dec. 26. 3:30 p.m., at lit. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Leon Kn.nish officiating. Mr. Gartenberg is survived by his wife. Gussie: one daughter, Ethel; two -on-. Lawrence and Alan; one sister and one grandchild. Arrangementare in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relativeare asked to attend. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKf.KliY OIVEN that the undemlsned, dealrlna to enga business under the fiitiilmis name of CHARLES HTl'ART MoTi.K CO.. at %  7"..", .7 N W. SSth Btreet, Miami, Florida, Intend t" rafjlater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da0a County, Florida. iii.Mti.Ks .1 STI:IM:HI.I> I MOB Croton Rd., So. Miami. Ha. STUART STEINOOIJJ „ It40n Croton Rd., No. Miami, Fla. ALBERT I.. ROSEN Attorney for Charlea .1 Btelngold and Smart sielnBidd 11' 84-31 l T-ll Levy Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory d the late Charles Levy, formerly of 1048 West 47th. St., Miami Beach, will lake place Sunday. Dec. 26, 1 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Uahbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Levy isurvived by his wife, Betty; one daughter, Mrs. Myra Lee; one brother. Sam Levy; and one sister, Mrs. Jane Fox Cohen. Arrange1 menUs are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. MAKE EXTRA MONEY ADDIESS, MAR POSTCARDS l#re time .wry weak. iKO, 143 BtXMONT, • UMONT, MASS. CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO VI.t, TO VVIIiiM THESE PRESENTS BH M.I. COME, GREETINGS! When as STANLEY '' MYERS, MIAMI. PLORIOA M: N A BPOT M"|AV FLORIDA I:I LA '• u:v ;;';'u. FLOW !" Aid ..ii the th das of Ma; A.p 194., ...,,. .,.,t...i under he rhanter %  I s ,,,„. .RPORATION ,..„ % %  „„..• in with Its nrinclp .1 pis %  Mlam .l'i.> nt) In Ih,. Stnl i.l Hi Id %  v .... %  •all..11 ill'l ,.„ the 20th da\ %  I" ember. A I riled in Hi" office %  _. |, ..] the si..'.of I |r>r|.la, a Consent of all the jto. kholdei under the |>rovlslon of Hd ,-!,,,.,,.,• 60S, Florida St..tut"-, ah tin dissolution .a such corporation S-n therefore, the Becretary "f H,ate doe. herebj certify to the fbreaolna and thai he In aatlafled thai the requirement! -f law have baen oom|, i '" 1 ""IN' WITNBBg WHKREOE. 1 have h.r.'Uiit.. -••! >>" hand ;„„i have affixed the Great Heal ••' 'he Slate of Florida. .,i Tallahassee, tha Capital. this the Twentieth day ol December, A i>. i'>t(HEAL) U. A. (iltAV Becretary "f state. II U/U LEGAL NOTICE A „ TM a^, ?•> %  „UW* Oiractar•. *^ !" £Z£Z. if WISH ALMANAC 153 9 B i B iiaassa fmjn USS. N V C. MM; HEBREW BOOK S T0RE 417 wh.n.on Av... M..m. Beach MOOEftNE BOOK SHOP 57M Sunaat Off** South Miami NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I* MKKKMY OIVEN that th.undersigned, dealrlna to "nsnae in buslneas under the flctltloua name of ,',,1-V CRAFT, at IH N.W. 1st Bt.. Intend to relaier said name wlthtne Clark of the Circuit Court Of lade r,,un,> K """'I;I:,,K. ; K TRENCHER PHILIP PEL I.MAN I] .'l-:'.l — 1 I-H -NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKHY GIVEN that Iba utidersianed. deslrlna to IIKHK.' I" huetnoaa under the fjotlttoua name of WESTERN SHOE ItKI'A It. at 6214 s W th str.'.t. Miami. Klorida. Intends to rea-lster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada ( -oun,y. F.or'da.^.^ R ABRAJI8 i:I i;ENE TANNENBA V M Attorney for Samuel B. Abrams 12/24-11 — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that .he undersiuned. dealrlnato engage In buslneaa under the f..;t ilti-uH liwol MOHAWK TELEVISION RADIO, at 1417 Bunael Drive. Coral Oablea. Els., intends to register said nMM iili the Clerk of tha Circuit touit of llnde County. 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RIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1954 ;ELir,IOUS DIRECTORY r ,AGLER GRANADA JEWISH WMUNITY CENTER will hold |dll evening serview at 5 p.m. % morning lervteM aw at lam when Rev. Leo Hum will A 0 n the topic: "Tha Wicked ,| U Hand ol tha Righteous." iu jervices are at 10 a.m. hcha will be at 5 p.m.. followed Msarh AMORA JEWISH CENTER will Kri'l.iv evening service> at pm with Rabbi B. Leon Hurofliciating and preaching on topic: Answers to Your Id's Questions." Saturday morn j-rvicef an at n'a.m.. and will m w!m'" SWtfay' MWrtr.1 ,.. Uradc 2. Rev. Rudolph will render the musical porlilurgy, l! [ORAL GABLES JEWISH CENwill li ild Friday evehUng yxv.1 K 15 p.m.. with Rabbi T1> Skop officiating and preach|on !hi' topic: "Judas and Jesus |h ii.-. IM Chanuka.'' Satur; \ Ices are at 9:45 #>h i. Daniel Miller, nq of and MiRobert Miller, .and lord Braun, son <>1 Mr. and Mrs. rbori Braun, will become Bar tz\„h Cantor Irving Robinson render the musical portions |thi•• %  | rEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Friday evening services at jpm with Rabbi Joseph Narot dating Subject of the sermon cheduliil as: "Albert Einstein ns the Plumbers' Union." fE.'.PLE BETH SHOLOMwill Prida> c vening services at pm Rabbi Leon Kronish will Ettc ,i scrip! written by him and I. to ( hanuka: The Light pt i Sever rAtinguLshed." Can-; Samuel Kelemer will render ( Irr.u... i. p irtioni of the liturgy, an Kned at the organ. ur i] morning services are at ( Brenda Ann. daughter II Sam Brody, will ome Bus Mitzvah. Bar Mitzvah Jttven. son of Mr. and Mrs. MurBaron, is also scheduled dur| tli • ii rvices ^OWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will I Prida) evening services at pm Saturday morning serv11 I m Rabbi Arie £k i wi preai h on: "Old Times Old Folks Class in Talmud preci de services at 8 a.m. I in Bible is scheduled for 5 i. followed by Mincha and ShaiSeudos under the sponsorship plr ami Mrs Joseph Swartz. fETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will rrida) evening services at pm. with Rabbi Henry Werofficiating and preaching on topic "The Buried Candela>" One.; Shabbat following be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. nan Tragash. Saturday mornservices are at 9 a.m., when Mr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis fhaft. will become Bar Mitz%  Floral offeiing will be by the Mb m their son's honor. f services are at 7:30 a.m. and pm EMPLE EMANU-EL will hold f a > evening senrleea at 5 and Ml Annual homecoming ['<•'• will he dedicated to col• >|'uth of the community. Rabn "iti Lehrman will officiate I Preach on the topic: 'Facing %  future Assisting will bo Rich-1 Y'alton, Georgia Institute of. P'l<>. Barbara Falk. IniverI Rabbi Abraham Herson offlciaUng and preaching on in %  topic I Ighl Dispelling the Darkness." Cantor Albert Glanti will render the mu ical portionof if, • liturgj Mr and Mr-. Herman Goldfarb will be hosts at the one. Sbabbat following, Sa'urday mornini; services are at 9 am. Kiddush will honor Math an San.,i and Irene Linick prior to their marriage Dec, 26 • BETH TPILAH CONCREGV TION wi'r rn".i pvidT, pveninn services at 5.15 p.m. Saturdaj morning services are at 8:) a in Rabbi Joseph Bsehovek) will nffi date and preach on the topic rtVThrt#r t*>(*iynLi*it; \t 4 p m ,. the Rabbi will discuss the Weeklj Portion Kincha will be at 4:30 p.m.. followed by SlnioSeudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 7 30 a in. Mine hi iat 5 p m with Maariv following at 5 18 HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:13 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mrlvin Safra, I grade student, will chant the litur Candlelighting Time KisUv 29 — 5:19 p.m. "'Miami; Connie Jackson. 1 PWtty of Michigan; and Alan F ll| n. Vale U W School Can r^nai portioni of the liturgy l' n | l'e Hruinmer will render P u v morning services are at 9 • *nm Barry, son of Mrs. Ber '""n-. and Ronald, son of l-M Mrs. Abraham Rothstein. Lin k r Ml,/Vi,h "nest speakr 1 •"' Dr Moshe Davis, provost r ewiih Theological Seminary J Dailj services are in I Bin and 5:30 p in fc rt T H ISRABL NORTHCENTER win hold Friday "* at 8:30 p.m. with gy. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the topic: "Not With Might.'' Mincha is at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos following. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., with Sunday services at 8. a.m. • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15 p.m. Combined choirs under the direction of Lucille Moore will assist Cantor Maurice Neu in rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Henry Okolica will discuss "Messiah Study of Ideologies." Saturday morning services are at 9 a in when Sidney Klein will become Bar Mitzvah Mr and Mrs. Julius Klein will be hosts in honor of their son at the Oneg Shabbat following Friday evening services Daily services are at 7:30 am and 7 p.m. • • TEMPLE SINAI will hold Frida) evening services at 8:30 p.m with Rabbi David Shapiro officiating and discussing: "Peace of Mind." Cantor Joseph W Malek and the Temple Choir, under the direction Of Rev. Hordochai Haalman. will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mrs Rose Zuckerman. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Weekly Portion. Dairy morning services are at 9 a.m. • • • CONGREGATION BETH JACOB will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Cantor Aaron Weingarten rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Akiva Chill will discus*: "The Few and the Many." Saturday morning services are at 8.30 a.m when the sermon will be "Doing the Impos siblc." Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of Rev. A. J. Safra. assisted by Kelvin Safra. Mrs. Mary Alpern will be hole-at Kiddush Mincha iat 5 20 p.m.. followed by Shalos geudos. Rabbi Chill will di-cUss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at and 8 a.m and at 5:20 p.m. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at I 25 and 8 p.m.. with Rabbi Mayer Abraroowitz officiating Services will be dedicated to col lege men and women who are re turning from school for the winter J*e Flea* Me NAT CANS Ph. 34616 4 998' 1/ F I.VSUSANCf NEEDS :"'""'"' Subjed of the sermon YOUth and the Chanuka of i""".m.w • Participating will be "' Elwitt, Cornell University ;"" 1 Eleanor Goodman and Lewis 1 ohen, of the Universit) ol Mi toi Edward Klein will "" %  musical portions of the iturdaj morning services I %  '-m when Stephen, son and MrMurray Mailuter and William, son of Mr. and Mrs %  • ) Lader, will become Bar Mitz \ h WESTMI4MI JEWISH CENTER will bold Knd.iy evening services 111 conducted by Rabbi rVajtman Center Choir will wider the direction of Jeroste Taft. JJi** Fisher. u*tltre sey of District No.'^S. B'qso h will be guest speaker. Oneg shabbat following will l>e sponsored by Mr, and Mr,. Murray Semmacher in honor of thenKith ling anniversary. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Philip; son ol Mr. aiul Mr-. Louis Go! din. will become liar Mitzvah. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and discussing: "What is Success?" Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed b) Shalos Seudos. Max Mendelson will act as host. Rabbi Ever will discuss the Weekly Portion. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 4:45 and 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating and discussing: "Chanuka's Contribution to Christmas." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Caplan discussing the Weekly Portion. Bible class is at 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. i • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Sat. urday morning services are at 8:30 a.m, Rabbi Simon April will disco-"Our Light Tower." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are at 7:30 am and 5:30 p in. BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 7;i() p m The congregation now has its own chanuka Menorah presented by Rabbi Abraham Hei-on. ot Tifereth Israel Northside Center. PAGE 5BBat Galim Hoax Boomerangs at UN For Egypt Leaders Continued from Page 1 B or destination, cargo or port of origin The Canal, constructed by otherto serve the maritime needs Of the world, is not. or ever has it been, a sovereign Egyptian posession. Nor was it ever intended as such. The Government Of Israel. therefore, has behind it the full force of international agreement when it asks, %  H will, for a, rei -ITtion of international opinion in favor of the doctrine ol free passage. All this comeat a time when the Arab nations, not the least among them Egypt, are slated to receive considerable and tangible aid from the Western [lowers. Both guns and butter have been promised despite the extraordinary lack of internal stability in counjtries such as Kgypt, despite the elaborate staging of such productions athe Bat Galim case, despite | the general unrest and tension characterized by alleged assassinations, espionage trials and their like Surely the least that can be asked by the Western powers is that Kgypt adhere to the minimal I amenities which bind the civilized I and democratic powers in the world. Now that the freedom of I the Canal, and all that this implies. \ is to be placed before the UN for | open debate, it remains to be seen I whether this high tribunal is pre| pared to make good its pledges i and abide by its obligations. This. I then, is a grave moment, not only I for the State of Israel, but for the %  free world in its entirety. 'Crystal Ball Dance' Young Adult Croup of Temple F.manu-KI will hold a "Crystal Ball Dance" on Sunday evening in the Temple social hall, according to Irving Scherr. president. Members of the arrangements committee are Eileen Goldberg, Paul Kwitnt", Bob Stone. Dave Goldfine. Hy Josivitz. Harriet Pollane, Joyce Karpp and Maurice Mason. '/ WANT MY MIIK" and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Oacro Protected T£f~ 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visif Our Form at End of Bird Rd. and Snapper Creek tttidatitd MATZOH MEAL Pure ... white ... /asf tight! Ideal for "breading" chops. cutlets, croquettes. 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-AGE 2 A *ki*tfk*idlv*r j^IDAY^EMKj 24. Orovitz to Chair NCC J Dinner, Sher Is Co-Chairman Jamei If. LeGate, chairman ol the Florida Regional Board "I the National Conference "t Christian ni Jews, announced the appoint mcnt of M;ix Orovitz as chairman ci the third annual brotherhood iTmniT sponsored by the NCCJ rhe dinner will i> B'nai B'rith Plans Mass MHrteCa Rally on Beach Moncay Evening Philip M Klutanick, h ca i in ber-hra pn sident M \ t> guest ol h HI i D n 'i ; ; tti bleati hotel an ba I Thi Chii %  • ..,• B"i 'h office In June, i '.'' %  '. w ill bi by hi 0 l Over l i" 1 1 m a an i i ru n a %  be instalu I "•' B i bership M hi Th initia tion • menv %  B :. .. I • I %  • by %  i i, %  • I JSSB Holds Board Mee...>3 : left: Judge Seidman is Gucsr Speaker Moi Oroviti ember oi the board of the Jewh Home for the Aged and is on • citizens I rd ol the i niver %  I Miami lie has been a member of the ional NCCJ board since 1952 %  I received the Regional NCCJ ard In man LeGatt also announced thai Dr Iward A Annis. John B. Turner d Jacob Slur are eo chairmen ol dinner Turner is past director the Miami Kiwania ived the I Ri 13 He irman ol I for Israi l'i i ident Miami Ji w ish l lei >n He is a •.ember ni the board "I thi J< i i-h Hume lur the Aged and is on the citizens board oi the I niversitj ol Miami sher ia member ol Beth David Synagogue Dr. Annis is chairman ol the De partment of Surgery at Mercy Hos pital, is a Fourth Degree Knights needs ol our old er population. "Not more than fnui pen cut ni people over the ni 69 can be cared lor in existing facilities oi homes for the aged." he -aid "Manj of the remaining !Mi percent be want on. "need various forms of service, but are better off without the total pro tection of institutional life. Great er reliance, it has In-en found. ; should be placed upon the abilities id older people to do much for themselves. To achieve tbe-e 00 jectives. a*Wide variety of services is needed Some, like counseling. ] help with housing, private residen tial care, supplementary financial aid. homemaker service, are pro-1 grains that particularly should be administered by family agencies Tied in with this statement. I report was made to the hoard of the approval given the agency proDosal for an expanded old age servj ice by the board of directors of the Welfare Planning Council The suggested program calls for an en-1 largement of an old age depart' ment in the agency and the beginning of a private residential care service The board was cautioned I pproval wa % % %  %  .. ii I lep in thi de %  ; ni iiindlarge!) dep up, n %  i nf thi i immunltj Chest in ove itgoal i it in : ni w di relopments coming hi i Hot • ni the Welfare P ricil also received at tention i hese include t .1 rj port by Mi I eingold on r nev* committee coi ned with Adop 10 MI Set \ 11' and Ser ices to L'n 11,.11 1 d Moth and •• report by Hei b %  : %  • s M %  .: new decision to eslab >h a general community 11 uk hup l h 1 oard al || In tb • idea thai a communit) inl ri itioi and rel vic< bi • ablish -d, under the administration ol the Welfare Planning Council Spinoza Outdoor Forum Resumes Here Jan. 1 Dr Abraham Wolf son, preidenl ni the Spinoza Forum Foundation ot Miami Beach, announced this week the 20th consecutive year of the opening ol the forum series on Saturdav afternoon and Sunday evening at llth st and Ocean ct Opening lecture will be given Jan. 1, 3 p.m by Dr. Wolfson, who will discuss his newly published book. "Live One Hundred Years Happily. Dr. Wolfson is also the author of "Road to Health and Happier laving" and "Spinoza r^nee INBMTCTION Call 2-1776 oi I'NI S-HBB S. J. Ir'4*.I ma 11 1 RM >lItVpllilii HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington *•., Miami Black Between fovrth and Fifth $fi. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES I f*r Synoaoawci and Private Uto Als tor Htttrtw School! otBo we T.li,o. 5 •017 IS* All CfTI H C A TfS DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 Employment Service 37 N.E. 5th St. m. 94401 AL MEIDENBERG. Ownor 350 Lincoln Road Messanine — Phono S-541S Entrance on Washington ATI. OCULISTS Preacriptiotui Filled Lenses and Frames Duplicated Large Selection in Latest Sty !•• •'-'•>• Mrs. Louis Wolfe Heft) and Mrs. Harold Cohen are co-chaii for the unnual dinner dance o. la* Miami Chapter, Nati Children's Cuidicc .1: Lain Quarter on Dec In addition to maintaining ho ptta] facilities, an out-t clinic is cpen five ciay3 a week as a consultation center I the diarjnopi*: cf heart di-ea-e In children ar.d is the clinic in the state ci quipped to do ccrd.ac cathena tion. ** t* & %* • vi* c*' fk** CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACHJ Tlie most valuable possession of Riverside is tLe good will of tke families we serve. vN'sidf MEMORIAL CNAP£L." ( FUNERAL 0HICT0IS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Mimmi Miami Bek West Flagler ft 20th Ave. Phone 91664 14-HOUR AMBUIAMCI •lV' T. NCWMAN, Funeral Director %  ""'I IN NW MM. 76th Strert and Amrtfrdsm A aSOOKLVN • B*ONS ffll 1236 Washington A* tOHO tSLA"0



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fewifelWEIIiDiriidliia Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY UP Number 52 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 24. 1954" PRICE: TEN CENTS e $ the Army lave' Germany, Wicials Wonder By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON — ia west cer-i to be a country that has an h>' or an army that has a counThiquestion worries some bed States officiate and antii memlx^ ol the German dipLuc mission haft. John V. Wheeler-Bennett in \, Nemesis of Power," said the fnian irm> dominated the Weir Republic trom the moment of I birth first supported, and In condoned, the overthrow of {Republic and made a major Itributi'in to Hitler'* coming to r"' ben. Telford Taylor, chief coun[for the prosecution ol war crimil Nuremberg, warned that jaa indoctrinated youngsters fmeaU'd the lower ranks of the .ers corps He said the of|ir' corps was notably arrogant (exclusive in its attitude toward Jews be.-pitc friction between general Nail Party leaden, Taylor iorted thai lieichanau's dettixn ol the Wehrmacht as a liiar ol the Third Reich — and kefort ol Hitler's power — was %  call) valid The incontroverti| sad thai the Wehrmacht suprted Hitler during the conaolinf power and years of renament emerges strikingly even the numerous apologia which Jve been written by or on In-half since 'he collapse in 1J)45." fi< %  B lev ih leader* have lived ..' • mous letters lhre.it N i/i style pogrom. Gallnaki of the Jf-t Berlin Jewish Community | c intained photos I Hitler. (. %  bbels, and other Nazi Hers ih letter said: "We ire p II German) is free Mews \ fi n dayi earlier, pertpakasl political rally r" failed to stand and sing I ueber Alles" were I called "Jewish swine." f*o Ihe German Government % %  "" n ; irties bave demanded a %  tral amnest) for all Nazi war [ Ihe price for ratificap of the Paris agreements. The > parti.the German Party and Refugei Parly, include many ner Wehrmacht officers who lurni (he nucleus of the new nan armed forces. House Committee Urges Hate Group Probe HATt MONGER FINDS PRtStNCl Of JEWS AT RALLY DISTURBING Police Protect Him From Violence, Smith Declares LOS ANGELES (JTA) Gerald L. K. Smith, leader of the "Christian Nationalist Crusade, admitted in hinewsletter here this week that he had found the Madison Square Harden rally against censure of Sen Joseph R McCarthy "a magnificent demon stration ol patriotic zeal," marred only by attempts b) "Jewish newspapermen" to incite ,, riot against Smith The only Jews visible in the audience. Smith wrote, were "the newspapermen" who "actually at tempted to incite ,i riot ggainsl II"Under the protection of the police we went to a taxic.il) and returned to our hotel where rooms h.id been registered incognito tor ub) i friend." Smith reported. %  I actual!] belieye ii we had beet) five minutes later in the way we handled ourselves that we could easily have heen mobl>. ii by hysterical Jews in front ol Madison Square Garden. "Inside we would have been safe because practically every person but the newspaper people who attended the meeting was on our side, but the buzzards of the press hoped to create so much excitement by gathering around me j that it would have disturbed Ihe progress of the meeting." The New York Post, which had reported Smith's presence at the meeting, said this week that "as a matter of fact, only one reporter la Methodisti and one cameraman (a Catholic) knew of Smith's unannounced presence and precipitate departure." Nazis Direct Jewish Persecutions In Egypt; 300 Reported Arrested TEL AVIV (JTAi — Persecution of the Jews m Egypt fa being di reefed by Naai war criminals who have found shelter in that country and who wenasked by the Egyp tian Government to establish a special "Jewish Department" along Nazi lines, the newspaper Davar reported here todaj on the basis of information it received trom a foreign diplomat who came here from Egypt alter the current trial of 13 Egyptian Jews on charf espionage began before a Cairo military court The tame diplomat -tated that some 300 Egyptian Jews have al read) been arrested b) the German headof the Jewish Depart ment. He warned thai the situation will worsen unless some action itaken to provide safety lor Egyptian Jews, The anti-Jewish campaign iproceeding m distinct phases, the Davar inlormant stated. The lirst was the removal ol all Jews from key posts This has been accomplished and no Jew is now employed in the government, in bank-, schools or important business concerns Even Jewish | employed in Jewish hospitals have been oust%  : the charge thai Ihej are not Egyptian citizens The Jews are actually living oil each other The second step was a propa :. campaign aimed al the Jews .. ... 0 yers ol h < i untry's economy" and" the "Jews are our U.S. Arms First Shipment of [In Iraq, State Department Says WASHINGTON OTA) The De Unas Department thiweek said that the first shipment ot American military aid arrived in Iraq 1 Sunday and is being unloaded trom the freighter "Steel Artisan at the port citv of Basra It includes mili,tarv vehicles and engineering equipment. The vessel was met at dockaide by representatives ol the United States Embassy and the Iraqi Ministry of Defense The U.S. Information Agencj announced that in expanding its program of publicizing abroad the peaceful uses ol atomic energ> K is sending newly-built mobile ex hibit units promoting %  ,' peace" to the Middle East. Thi units are now enroute and ill login their tours in mid January l-ra. I la meanwhile pressing for meetmf at the UN of the Security Council to continue con-i,.. tlon 0 | the Sue .ana blockadl ,..„, and 10 reiterate !• %  sistence thai Egypt release UM Bat '"Th",.,-, inc.,.n.oMh, Security Council left the Bat M !" "* hanging ... mid air as i result ol %  Egypt's implied readmeU> In This Week's Issue "'Up Klutznick. international President of B'nai B'nth. will here Monday night. ory Page 2 A.) [speak (See 1 At tbt UN Bokt Ceekint Glehel Shorts i Hlly wooi" JWV Satoks Ketubah Cfconfe Letter trem It""* 1 | S..rts T.rttattnary l lease the Israel freighter However not only has the Bat Galim not 'been released, but the crew ,,i ten Israel sailor1still in an Egyptian prison No formal letter demanding re openlhg of the Bat Galim matter by the Security Council has been sent. However, members of the Council have been approached by members Ol the Israel delegation here who Insist that the Council resume its session. As a result of these talks „ ,s possible that the Council may nee, again this week unless Egyp, yields to the urging* i th, Xed States and Britain by releasing, the ship and crew In Washington, Egyptian Ambas-, sador Ahmed Hussein Tuesday sough) concessions from the SUM Spartmen. a. a ***?£<£] XT release ol the Israel fneghtcr, B „ Galim." according to Inform"• rh U Andia-ado, who me, with Robert D Murphy. Deputy Under Secretary of State, was said to have S3 the United Statesitoi"ease ^ nsi0BS involving W-J* ra e| it the ship is to be sel ti "'•.be exact nature ol Steps Egypt Ul ,„the United States to take a b. "--g-trE mined, but apparently U> I" "ekmg a formula by which it can ,, ; "he bip %  "" l; """';"""' • ,ve lace" on the home phywas requ.-tcd by the Egyptian Ambassador. dogs The results of this camj paign are such that Jews are afraid | to stay in areas which are basically non-Jewish and are even afraid to attend the cinema. Bar Mitzvahs. 1 weddings and birth parties are la: belled "unlawful gatherings" and are raided by agents of the Nazitype Jewish Department. The diplomat reported that such raidon Jewish ceremonies have caused a great panic in the Jewish community and have resulted in man) Jewbeing jailed on charges | Of illegal assembly. Some of these; Jews have been sentenced and otherare awaiting trial. News reels showing Egyptian guards beating Jewish prisoners on forced labor, projects have been wildly applaud< d. the diploma', said. The Union of Italian Jewish Com' munities in Rome has appealed to Italian Premier Mario Scelba to intervene with Egypt in behall of the 13 Egyptian Jews being tried on charges ol espionage in behalf Of Israel. In a memorandum to the Pre| nuer. the Union said >uch action on his part would stress Italy's role in promoting peace and justice in the Mediterranean area. It denounced the Egyptian trial and the tortures used to force confessions from the defendants and also quoted Israel Premier Moshe Sharett's recent warnings. Renaissance Party Gets Main Brunt Of Hot Drubbing WASHINGTON (JTA) — The House Committee on Un-American Affairs made public this week a preliminary report by its investigating staff slashing at neo-Fascist and right-wing hate groups. The report recommends prosecution of the anti-Semitic "National Renaissance Party" for contravening the Smith Act by advocating violent overthrow of the government. This is the first official suggestion to apply the Smith Act to a Fascist group. The report also calls for investigation of the publication, "Common Sense." an anti Semitic sheet published in Union, N.J.. by Conde McGinley. The paper, the report said, "represents a modern example of the racketeers who made a business out of hate propaganda during the 1930's." The National Renaissance Party, a Yorkville group, is led by James I H. Madole who boasts that "what Hitler accomplished in Europe, the National Renaissance Party shall yet accomplish in America." The party has a "uniformed elite guard in the Nazi style," though a bolt of lightning has replaced the Swastika as the party symbol. The committee sums up the party's aim as "preservation of the Continued on Page 3 A Dr. Jocek H. Kaplan here 28 years Dr. Jacob Kaplan to be Honored On 80th Birthday by Temple Israel Or Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Kaplan will be honored Sundayevening by Temple Israel of Miami with a dinner at the Sans Souci hotel marking Dr. Kaplan's 80th birthday. SN Mendelson and Herbert I Peibelman will head a committee in charge of program arrange-j mints Included will be a tribute b) Dr Joseph Narot. Temple Israel spiritual leader, and an ad-; dress by Rabbi Joseph Taxay. of Dayton Beach, hie-long friend of Dr. Kaplan. A graduate of one of the earlier classes ol Ihe Hebrew Union Col lego of Cincinnati, Dr. Kaplan also I holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Cincinnati, as well, u a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Denver. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. he has held pulpits in Alabama. New Mexico. Ohio and Indiana, prior to coming to Miami in August. 1926. Under Rabbi Kaplan's leadership. Temple Israel has grown from a handful of members to include some 1.000 families. A building program of nearly one-half million dollars is now neci tears to expand present facilities. Work will soon start on a large addition to the Temple building at 137 NE 19th st.. congregation leaders have revealed. Dr. Kaplan for many years taught philosophy at the University of Miami. For 15 years, he was president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and is now president of the Florida Association. % 



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PAGE 10 A %  l.i%i *t th tfftjf ^^-^ FRIDAY West Flagler Kennel Club Opens Season Saturday Eve; Attractions Are Added Op< %  West Flagler Ken nel i lull, known throughout the as tl hound u in %  op< %  %  28, lor what mo>l colorful and meel and thrill historj of the track, This naugural markthe I ol Mi, 25th j II %  '! dog rac %  M i -i Flagler, and th -ands who jam the famous ranine n ili.it nighl will find the decked out in il • i n %  splen II i coming into i Ol i i i : II iidon Hi chl and Jack Co I urchased the picturesqui dog ar .,.:" havi i dditions In the ph) -ical structure "t the plant, giv\\ i -i Flaglei .i "new l< These i hanges, thi :• n % %  %  added IK ..it> and comfort for the hundreds ol thousands ol fans who will trek to West Flagler this -. ..-mi Mori' seating, more standin; more betting w indon -. a complete renovating ol thr racing strip and better visibility of the ra< ing o\ a!, are just a few "t the man) new improvements which have been made at Flagler f"r the 1954 55 meeting Six inches ol %  -ml have been reI frum the surface of the track and new roil added, thus giving the dogs perfect footing Hechl and "oopi r i xplained Both thiFlagler course -'nil S 16th mile boxi will open automatical!) The automatic box tripper was used solely on the 5 lfith mile box last year When the rabbit reaches a -et position on the a special electrical tripping mechanism automatically openi Ihe loors <•! the all-glass box, sending the greyhounds on their wa) when the timan Jack Toppel, ( arl Stuart u in l In addition, serving on the ex ecutive committee are Mrs Sirkm, A. liu.ld Cutler William Km Sidne) stiller. Fred Sbxx In • rd Wi ksler vice presidents, Ml Carl Weinkie tre., In secrct.il> Fred Shochet, nominations committee chairman; Richard Pink, ership committee chairman; %  Stiller program committee < hairman Joseph Hasten ; nel committee chairman Beymour Gelber, publicity commute*chairWilliam Kneapler. budget Jock Cooper Plaza Bidding % ens in Town Hi %  p %  %  I of th h i nstructed .. lion i, the pub ., ;.,-. • ifet) device in ih Miuth i'. "' i >nic di irs from .i iw i i.'i m ii f i ithei d o o r The mil floor will contain -.even ston including a drug firm, restaurant "huh will serve 200, novel!) sports -Imp sweater -hop hnii-. ii .hi finance loan agency, op tical compan) and •• newspapermagazini -tore The U.S Collector of Internal Revenue will occup) the third floor with the remainder of office -pace utilised by a mortgage company, life insurance ency, doctors, attorneys and certi fled public accountants Sirkm said the location of the building in the DuPont Plata area Was -elected because of the natural growth <>f business shown in that area recently The Joshua Cor poration builders in the Miami area since 1034 has constructed man) of the Miami Beach hotel-. incuding the Trigon, Atlantis, Lincoln (enter. De l.ido and Albion, awell as hundreds of homes in the Northwest section of Miami and the Miracle Building in Coral I DEC ^3FJij Trustees and Guardians Honored i hi n will i' .. solemn pinning honor tl 1 : the i hairmai tion, %  %  %  •in%  I II more \ : Israel I,i.. posit ipport "I our pohc) ..I Ii nanci nd l< I i lop ing ol natural n blish in of large-scale irrigation •>temf.,r expanded food produi lion and citrui i sportt „i | the i ord expansion ,,| industr) arc ba ill) the results "f funds derived from the sale of Israel Develop ment Bonds Young ZOA to Meet young married district of Zo\ will meet at 1947 Wed Flagler st iturday muht \ lating Al and Jean KinkeKtein in arrange are Mr and Mr Art Sha piro. Mr and Mrs Arthur Koth. Mr committee chairman; A Budd Cutand Mrs Norman Shandelman Mr ler administration c o m m i 11 e e | and Mrs. Harvey Sootin Mr and chairman; and Sidney Palmer, fund j Mrs. Dan Grossman and Mr and I .using committee chairman. | Mrs. Al Gnat. y / A V.\ Mrs. Murry Grossman, Mrs. Jean Arnold and Mrs. Hayden discuss final plans for the eighth annual retsj Camp Carlyle for boys and girls at Hendersonville, N.C is slated for Sunday afternoon, Dec. 26. Mrs. Arnold %  of the camp, will be host to 300 campers and poeasj] program of entertainment and reunion festivities. Senior, Junior Officers To Be Installed Friday Ke^ular meeting ol the Dynamic Psychological Social > ol Gsswter Miami was held Prida) evening, at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Muffs, :MK) SW 17th st Featured was the inatallatton of senior and junior groups, and Installing officer was Mr Louii Milton Officers are president Ml Bi i 1 h fir-t vice pn sidi nl Mrs Sidne) Ett ii ond \ ice prr-i Sidm y Mi In isurer, ecretar) MiVnita I en il sec Mi Fried Boracl nd I!, i • r lice pn llcchl liu'li n Duel in Opera Ticket Purchase Sites Revealed Here Burdine third floor will l>e the site of ticket sales tor the Greater Miami Opera Guild's productions scheduled January and February. according to I>r Arturo dl Pilipi. The Guild's director this week said that tickets for both operas. "Barber ol Seville" and "Lucia di Lamiiu rmonr." may be purchased there, as well as at Sachs Fifth Avenue, Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach Radio. St-adman s in Coral Gables and Cordelia Barber of Seville' is scheduled Jan 29 and Feb. 2 in Dade County Auditorium. An alternate production will be held Jan 1 in Miami Beach Auditorium Feb. 19 and 26 are the dates for "Lucia di I.ammermoor" at Dade County Auditorium. The Beach Auditorium will -how this produc Pi h 24 Mel Bond Sales Ahead Saving! Ix>nd chairman Harr\ II Basset t, ol Dade County, this we< %  %  a ported I hat Seri E md H St' 'or the reporting i ndi d In November wen ii8 2 percent ahead of the i -t year S il< nt It* I'I/ of wl Dadi ted foi MS I ..i to date in %  Will' ... i I tini .. : | i, ..Ia Home Residents To be Entertain Sunda) Dec 26 from | p.m., the Greater Miami wj Auxiliar) Jewish HOB* \ ed, will hold it> annual( party fur residenti, at the j 150 NK 53rd st. United I True Sisters will partida distributing gifts MrIsidor Cobea, to bonorar) past president' Home, will -pnnsor th* | tertainment hjbeen am MrLouii Mukuvskv. chairman Tuesda) Dec 28. at regular monthly meetinf I 1 auxiliar) will take place t\ gien hotel Mrs. Mollie! president, will discua plans MrDjvid membership chairman. ml| on a part) l"r all new foi MondsT,| at Ihe I n : MrJack ( I .rcle. Beach Fashion Gu Name.New 0ffice| I timid %  ik. \\ InJlJ first vi i pi ,',J Jidj Sfc > versfflT' Cast of "The Bureau Marchea On." ncraative ript presented at the 13th anm of the Bureau of Jewish Education held in the Di Lido hotel Dec. 15. ^ ,ed r ^* f b Irwin Siegel. Deena Serotta. Ellen Bollrer. Kenneth Sher and Mrs. Charles w ^ Standing (left to right) are Sondra Levy, Louia Schwartrman, author and nan '^ ( Thurman. Louis Heiman. Stanley Myers. Max Meisel. Benjamin Meyers an J On the platform are Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner, president, and Mrs. Louis oia of the dinner committee.



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PAGE 10 B • %  .lewis* ncrkAarL RICHARD E. GUTSTADT—A GREAT MAN FOR HIS TIME Continued from Page 9 B si e him Henry, Sr bad some ques lions to .i-k and some statements ti> make. Coming from .1 tycoon who had pitted his empire In the I920's against % %  mythical Jewish menace, this was an invitation hard in resist. Pick had been ill, bul he climbed i In 1 to catch .1 nighl plane i" D< troil \ da} later, he returned 1: almost jaunty mood. "First time I ever mel a billion•1 !" Dick said "Mr Ford wanted t.i know whj the Jews didn'l lik-' him l gave turn the reasons r ht the barrelhead. He's an old and confused man. the victim ol bad h flucnce, misinform itioi nd ifl 1 m not claiming l left him pure, but hi knows now the phonj [hi protocols ol the Eld ITS ol Zion and how unfair he has •n the .' %  i-li people Dick's lovi for B'nai B'rith, a-.pi ,• nl it. was unparal kets always filled with membership blanks, he would re cruit strangei nd friend alike for the Order His magic voice, but• 1 -id bj .1 glowing sincerity, won thousands to B'nai B'rith He was 1 • yet 30 when, like hifather, he was elected president of District Grand Lodge No 4 1 believe the American heritage 1 Freedom and opportunitj should make t"r .1 bigger ami better Jew i-h community, not .1 smaller, assimilated remnant," hionce declared Indeed synagogue life claimed mu/h of his few span when his own temple, Chit venerable Sinai, embarked "" %  > postwar building campaign, the ailDick disregarded his doctor's advice and went out night after night, speaking ;n • enviable famil) life, and the 1 ni sharing which enveloped hen hichildren were unn lived at home to work Dick H itti a 1 kle. tinhome is ; • %  provi it 11 it works %  it I any 1 He neeru When -11.11 to be made in 1 1 nveni ession ol I ; '• m was whether %  GKttTIHSS GARDEN SEED SHOP Strain Sjp^li?s ond Blu-Creen laSMticMu and Rljomaid Birds ar.d Pet Supplies PARAKEfTS and CANARIES free Delivery Prempt Service 2735 CORAl WAY PHONE 41-1014 GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS 620 SECURITY BLDG. MIAMI. FLA. Chanuka Greetings NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY and ASSOCIATES TO All CUR IRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Scheibling and Sons CUSTOM BU11T KITCHEN CABINETS 1470 NORTHEAST 130th STREET. NORTH MIAMI Phone 84-3977 BF£T WISHES TO ALL WASHWSri LIQUOR STORES T;-*R:E FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU 2025 WMI Flagler Street 1245 S. W. 22nd Street 5858 South Dixie Highway Lighted Chanuka Menorah sheds its glow over the ZOA House in Tel Aviv dunnq the eight-day Chanuka Festival. The ZOA House is the American-Isratli cultural center built by the Zionist Organization of America and named for its late president. Daniel Frisch. job, Or Ihe matter "I the COITect bedtime hour The will nl the majority prevail I'd The tour Gutstadl children fre quently carried the issue by sheer numbers, outballpting the chair man and his beloved wile Neva. N'.iw the physical Dick is gone. But his monument! lie all about us Wherever a summer workshop in human relations brings together young people of ,rll races and ro Ait A AIOST HAPPY CHANUKA William W. Mcffof PANDORA GIFT SHOP 956 NORMANDY DRIVE Phone UN 6-9031 faiths, there his spirit hovers. It 1 shines through the growing list of' legal proscriptions against discrimination For history made the man. And the man in turn made history. ORRBTING I El Toreador RESTAURANT A NIGHT CLUB with the Old Spannh Almoiphrrl LET US CATER YOUR PARTY Facilities for Parties from 12 • 300 PtMM Full Course Spanish Dinners Serving Fine Mexican Food Sirloins T-Bone Porterhouse I.INill UKItVKli 1. I I ., Vt %  rk UN III .1 III DIAL 4 93 3481 S DIXIE HIGHWAY U. S Highway No. < i 1 to Front D "We Educate tor Successful Gracious Living" LOTSPEICH FLOORING ro. • 3800 N.E. 1st Avenue HAPPY CHANUKA JO All OUR PAttNJS AND WINDS ongh High School '•lot Pool on Spacious. rejpui AVE PH SEASON'S GREETINGS II. and W. B. Dnw Toinpai PRINTERS — LITHOGRAPHERS ENGRAVERS' 2312 Ponce D Leon Bird. p u0ne CORAL GABLES. FLA. A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL K!NG FINISH PLASTER CO. LIME • COLORED PLASTER Phone: 3-2031 260 N. W. 27th Streot Miami. 1 SEASON'S BEST WISHES GEORGE J. BEHTMAH Realtor 420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH aae* ship W l X l\c** e SFASONS GREETINGS JII.VV1 LKK IMPORTERS, IM 7343 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach — UN 6-2419 252 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables 83-4264 '/iJi/UJU 1 TO ALL GREETINGS Hannau Color Productions 605 Lincoln Road Phone 58-2923 GREETINGS HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W, 79th STREET at 7th AVENUE THE EEST OP FOODS With Friendly Service Air Conditioned • Popular Price* SinceJ939 one of the nation 's largest manufacturers of quality window products. • Extra heavy aluminum • frame. • Made in over 400 sizes. • Positive weathertiqht closing/-. • Wide glass louvers open over 90 afor Full Ventilation. TOO; • Ample Parking Tropical Awning Shutter and Jalojsie^ 84 5066 .. .„ it i, mm -. mmi "<" % %  % %  A Hept • %  •[•*



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PAGE 4 A +Jewt§t> fkrkltori J^^LE^EMBER <*Jemsl I let Mi jn Published tvery Friday alnc* 19?7 by the Jcwlah Flondian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. "Miml IS. Florida Entered ai second-class m.i'ter July 4, 1(30, at the Poit Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewih Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World, wide News Service. National Edite>ial Association. Aimr. can Association of English.Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Philip ftiluf/ni< k Philip M. Klutznick. international president of B'nai B'rith. is now in Miami, and we take this opportunity of welcoming him here. Klutznick is one of the truly outstanding Jewish leaders on the American scene. His civic endeavors have not been confined to the Jewish community alone; for many years, Klutznick served as an authority on housing with the Federal qovernment under the late President Roosevelt. In more recent times, he has taken an active role in the destinv of the voung State of Israel. Recentlv he headd a delegation composed of major American Jewish orqanizations. which met with Secretary of State Dulles to confer en U.S. foreign policy abroad. Klutznick's role as D'esident of B'nai B'rith :eaches back to June. 1953. and as spokesman for that fraternal order he has made his mark 1 rcles o' benevolent leader, keen observwriter and lecturer. It seems to us most art durinq this season to look unon Klutznick as a modern ••st sense. For. like that h hero of old ck has long been in :ie nrdst of the I aed by all men who freedom and i :t their hearts. %  U attend a mass 3 rith members here. %  • %  •.'.I inspire lodges and chanters to roi 'raditional service that B'nai 3'rith has broil the Amo-icon community • vei '.13 years end that he. himself, brinas •o every facet of endeavor in which he engages. Ilr. k;i|laii .if ICiifhiv The Greater Mianv community will turn out Sundav at the Son= Souci hotel to anv tribute to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on the occasion of his c D'h birthday. Dr. Kanlan, Rab^i Emeritus of Temple Israel, came to Miami in Auqust. 1926. and sinre that time has written an enviable record of achievehim*>lf, a= well as fit th" congregatien of which he was spiritual leader Under Dr. Kaplan'Temnle Iro*l f.^„, n handful of molOW%  alone r ter to 1 on. Durina I Miami. 1 served tl I need ft RabFor | the fr* Miami Ral I il Association and still continues as president of the Florida Rabbinical Association. Bringing his oholosophic wisdom and knowledge of Jewish tradition to the community at larae was also an important task for him As faculty member at the University of Miami, Dr. Kaplan for manv vears lectured to students from all walks of life and from areas throughout the nation, instillina in them the virtues of patience and scholarship that characterize thp spiritual heritage he serves. His 80th birthday marks for Dr. Kaplan a life rich in givina of himself, as well as of his intellectual, moral and reliqious capacities. We join with Temple Irael and with Greater Micm; in saluting Dr. Kaplan's past achievement. We also join in offerinq up a prayer that many fruitful years still remain for him in which to carry on the dedicated work to which he has heretofore brought such great devotion. Thp N'oiil I II.III> The House Committee on Un-American Activities has reported to the nation on the dangerous threat that extreme riqht organizations and :;idividuals hold for American freedom. This is probably the first organized and official report on this threat with which our qovernment has come up. We have looked for a long time on the House and Senate's investigation into communist activities as a sort of isolated approach to the defense of our democratic way of life. The concentrated attack on communism in our midst has left the manv Fascist and hate croups amonq us to flourish. Now, our government has finally got around to telling these OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Sneei Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 The .! %  Kashmiri of the mi "' Si PORTRAYED US FlflSJPl By DAVID HOROWITZ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 Two Years 5.0C Friday. December 24. 1954 Volume 28 Number 52 Kislev 29. 5715 WELCHING ON A RESPONSIBILITY lliirpau of i:Iu< .-.lion Bureau of Jewish Education is currently marking its 13th anniversary in Greater Miami. A dinner at the Di Lido hotel last week celebrated the organization's chronicle of progress here. A concerted effort to coordinate the program of Jewish education in Greater tyiiami began here in 1938 and three years later the first central agency for such coordination emerged. From then until 1944, formative years, two distinctly named agencies undertook the task of locally achieving a broad curriculum for Jewish education among youth and adults. The first day of March. 1955. marked the birth of the Bureau of Jewish Education as we know it today. The years that have since passed were by no means easy ones, but out of the travail, the testing and the constant selfanalysis has emerged an organization that today serves 23 schools, with 14 of them meeting new affiliation requirements. In addition, some 175 teachers are a direct part of the Bureau's supervision, observation and Seminar trainina. Its publications program has increased to include instructive pedagogic bulletins on all Jewish holidays, teaching methodology and standard tests. All this means that the 2.219 children attending afternoon Hebrew school sessions in Greater Miami and the 3.428 pupils of the Sunday schools are assured a carelully planned curriculum of Hebrew and traditional studies. This also means that these religious school students are taught by instructors whose qualifications are beyond question. During these past 13 years, much progress in the establishment of a central program far Jewish education here has been made. But Bureau leaders know that much has still to be accomplished. While its adult instruction courses and extension activities, as well as its fine library, are going a long way toward making of the Bureau a coordinating agency for Jewish education which its founders envisioned back in 1938. the Bureau looks to the future in Miami with the traditional Hebrew injunction: "More Torah — More Life.'' AJP UNITED NATIONS it appeared fitting during UN week, and In i committee discussing disarmament, (ur %  member <>f the Israel delegation, a descendant of the ancient prophets, to remind the nation-, of the world—whose bewildered represeotativei In the first committee wen debating nuclear weapons that one of hi-, ancestors. Isaiah, was the first in the world to propee*general disarmament when that prophet urged the peoples "to beat thetr HWor'as 'irffn'piowibarei ami their spears into pruning hooks Delivering his major speech in the i iiinmittee which has just adopted a resolution, acceptable also to the Soviet Union, to agree on procedural talks with respect to the control of atomic and hydrogen weapons. Israel's Ambassador to Canada. Michael Coney, started out by saying that "in spite of the fact that one of my ancestors made the first disarmament proposal on record, when he bade the nations to beat their swords into plowiheres,' my delegation intervenes in this debate with much diffidence. The small country I represent," he continued, "has no atomic and hydrogen weapons, and our levies Of armed torces and convention.il %  rmamenta need not eaute the slightest anxiety to anyone" But, I inn.iy warned. "Crucial decision! must at this stage be taken b] the powers which are principally involved, in the sense that they possesi the major means of dest nut ion." Two dayi after Comay made this statement, the Committee did make a crucial decision. The Soviet Union joined the West as a cosponsor of a resolution that concluded "that a further effort be made to reach agreement on comprehensive proposals to be embodied in a draft international disarmament convention providing for the total prohibition of the use and manufacture of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction of every type, together with the conversion of existing stocks of nuclear weapons for peaceful purposei Delegates, while not over-optimistic, appeared elated over the new turn oi events following au eigb< v>.,r deadlock in the Disarmament Commission Even Vlshiniky, while -minding a warning against "over optimism. also catl tinned the delegates against .irti iicial pessimism*a „ a: -.ASM West, comini „„ ^ %  >:, >Wve delegtte. boost and g0( jlhe occasion on< of n J And spe;, K:n :/Tr,' i mightbe worth noting iLSS Iternational hohdav ,. importance with ( ach '" year u a "World l>av cel •n every ^rtofthe^J" larytseneral Da, H speaking at sprcmiT 'festivity at the hear^aWl comparing the commerc^l national independence d dividual nations, declared we are celebrating another ka.1 World Day. It has not yet sc Zf the deep emotional meaninelrfl own national ,l, iy common to jn] MOM The CN Charter honiJ yean old. But. yet, in a sail la a national da] It j| a 7n u a y j^ turning-point, it marks a longing of all peoplei of tnel to use the fruit> of man's i. Den in the service n( hipThat the IN j 9 the dr.. beginning of nation] to gt-i \n er tor the purpose of finding,e mon denominator that could I them into one peaceful co linewithout saying \%  ., Ding, and in the light of what! already been accomplish!*] must admit thai greal strides I been made on the General | scene in both the political and mimic fields. In a recent discussion with I writer. Mr Ilammarskjold that the IN machinery. M it m stituted today, without any represents the seed'' tor it world government. He exp the belief that at some future! I the UN will of a necessity i j into a world government wa I all nations will function as' jereign states" under a federal] I liament in the way the forty-* I United States operate indep I ly under the Federal governs I Many UN delegate! share thisi and see world government el only solution to the many problems entailed in natio Perhaps, after all, mankind I reached the age the prophet*! I of peace in which they viD{ bless,.(| to sec the fulfillment I 1 tiah prophei) which ree in the t N this week tmviiJi I Instrumentalit) of Michael Cm modern ambas> idor l peace. RADIO SEEN BY HEBREW groups that they are as subversive and dangerous as the Reds. This will certainly show the American people that all extremist groups no matter what their particular brand name are unhealthy for a continuing democratic way of life. The bigots and hate mongers, the anti Semites and anti-Negro groups, the ultra reactionary organizations that besmirch a worldwide religion by falsely attaching to themselves the name "Christian" all these will now be lumped together with the communists and exposed as ememies of America. We can only hope that the House Committee will be more rapid in implementing its propsed investigation of these croups than it has been in branding them. At stake is the future of every loyal and freedom-loving citizen. By D. BEN AHARON AJP Readers of this column by now must agree with the writer that the Hebrew Bible is a most amazing document, a remarkable blueprint confirming Solomon's statement that indeed "there is nothing new under the sun—that which hath been is that which shall be, and that which hath been done is that which shall be done." For we have seen that the things the scientific world has brought to light in our age existed in ages past. but. as Solomon said further on, "There is no remembrance of them We all agree that the discovery of the radio is one of the great wonders of our age; yet. Psalm 19. which commences with the words: "The heavens declare the glory of God. and the firmament showeth His handiwork." speaks of "words" whose line" geaa "out to the ends of the earth The passage reads: I'.i> unto day utleretb speech, and night unto night revealeth knowledge. There is no speech. there are no words, without their voice being heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world" (Psalm 19: 3-4). Whichever way <>ne may att( to interpret these words, the I remains that the author. Km*' vid, opened his Paths with a i ence to the atmosphere by s that "the firmament showetftl handiwork." Next, he indx* that "day unto day utteretn I and night unto night re knowledge." In the light %  I constant radio activities in %  part of the world. *•"* %  air-waves day and night, tlui cal prophecy finally makes and becomes understandawe. Equally interesting is "* that the author of G*"-**!" in discussing voices from one end of the eirtt" other." uses a term sJrtJT ately brings to mind tne J d,o," namely, "r.d.o. compjjj the Hebrew letters re>-y yod-yod-Aleph And one should truly-not so greatly at the fact uW 0 ", brew Bible was able to for^ radio, nuclear energy and ( "therthing. that ha brtj-j lot of mankind As the BJ* ^ Ulster Architect, one woui e M H-ct that everytlual^ ,b,s p,ane, would cert^ known to the One who lathe universe ^1 "There is nothing new u. tun."


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MtY. DECEMB ER 24. 1954 *kni Platoff an(l Max Writ/ ..I I tea in the • of MrAl( '" Sussman, 3701 Tr( .,. dr.. on Tuesday. | U p.t of honor was Mrs. Irving who with her husband. %  : ,.,„ has just returned i tour "i Israel. Entcrtain|was provided by Dick Brown. | stop the Music" major TV shows. K-ipier.t"I the first charm in „r„were the Mesdamea Jack ch, Ben FrankI E Goldman, Lillian in. .i e n n i e Groasinger, k,!.! kalstein Abe Kasow. Celia t(.. Sophie KrantZ, Lena MintBarrj Platoff, Miriam Press I Princes Rubin. |lr> Kaso* and Mrs. Press each fiwl their second charm. Mrs. %  stein and Mrs. Mintzes receiv|h-,r third, and Mrs. Rubin and Cach, who .ire the only two mn Trustees of Israel in Flor received tour charms. Each tsfnls $2 500 in sales or purht charms, hand crafted in 14designed to symbol th iwelve trtbea of Israel. The 'i hen" itaken from the Vniv liti'-al ambitions ol a small coterii oi Wall Street banki i are push ing th.' t s into war And it h ,hiKh praise tor u. ficienl I I'alltai ian i ci n n tems of ih" Communist Th" report concludes with for continued Investigation ol proFascist groups it ) "The com. mHtee iconvinced thai there is %  concurrent need for continuous Investigation, exposure an where nmnaaary, prosecution to the end that no activity df t pro-Fascist nature will ever he permitted to gain substantial stature or influence in the United States In .New-York, u editorial in the New York Herald Tribune endorsed the report It uid thai "man) of these groups play upon racial and religious prejudices, upon the intuitive fear of the strange and the foreign, and upon personal or conspiratorial explanation; ol world trends which bj their verj immensity and complexity, often baffle or confuse And the propaganda always seeks to arouse hatred." Reelected to JDC Local Jewish communit) leaders were elected and reelected to the board of directors ol the Joint Distribution Committee Election took place at the 40th annual meeting of JDC in New York Reelected was l)r Kurt P( iser, Miami Beach. Other local residents continuing lo serve "ii the board of directors are Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. William 1) Singer and Jacob Sher Right V/orshipful Ben Essen, District Deputy Grand Master of the 28th Masonic District, will install officers ol Hibiscus Lodge on Tuesday evening at Hibiscus Auditorium. Acting as Grand Marshall will be Past Master E. Albert Pallot. Shown front row (left to right) are Nathaniel Kirsch. treasurer; Henry Waitzkin, Senior Warden; Malvin Englander, Worshipful Master; Samuel Shapiro. Junior Warden; and Dr. Fred Bergman, secretary. Middle row Heft lo riqht' are Joel Newman. Senior Deacon; Walter Fclk, Junior Deacon; Maurice Collegeman, Honorary Marshall; Norton Pallot, Senior Steward; Henry Friedman, Junior Steward; and Jerry Merlin, Tyler. Rear are Carl Lipton. Marshall; Samuel Elgison, Assistar.t Tyler; Sol Golstrom. Tyler Emeritus; Saul Nash, organist; and Samuel Green, Chaplain. buth to Dance I Israel Youth will hold a p la) evening, Dec. 28. hi Temple, according to an anthis week by Paul lie, president Restaurant Owner Offers New Service tor Diners Max Fisher, new owner of the Sherry Nimnandie restaurant, 940 71st St.. on Normandy Isle, has instituted a new service Learning that many parents would like to dine out, but are unable to find baby sitters. Fisher has compiled a list of available sitters, who can take over when residents of the area want to cat at the Sherry Normandie. Fisher is a former associate with I.ong Champs. New York Andron Announces Children's Camps i>r David s Andron, prominent Miami Beach communal leader and owner and director of hotel resortand children's camps for man) years in Florida. New York and Pennsylvania, announced this wei'k the establishment of two new camps tor boys and girls at Loon Lake, in the Adirondack*, Franklm County. NY. Loon Lake Camps will be set in the 3.500-acre Loon Lake estate and will offer three complete and sep; arate campuses and facilities for boys and girls. The camps count j among their many features a private four mile lake. 18 hole golf course, six tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, t w o basketball Skit Scheduled at Kneseth Israel Meeting Si-terhood of Kneseth Israel Congregation presented a Chanuka program Tuesda) evening. Cantor Abraham Seif rendered the musical portion of the program. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan spoke on The Meaning of Chanuka." A humorous skit. "'Meeting to Music,'' was presented by the following members of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation: The Mcsdames Michael Blank. Abe Barkin, David Meltzer. Max Newberger, Phillip Bendel. Bernard Welkind, Bernard Kelemer, Herbert Feldman. George Goldberg. Helen Hatz, Gabriel Perlman and Saul Bernstein. Report Denied Tito Offered To Mediate Arab Tension UNITED NATIONS — Leo Mates, head of the Yugoslavian delegation to the United Nations. denied here this week that Marshal Tito had ever specifically offered to act as mediator between Israel and the Arab states. Mates said Marshal Tito keenly "deplores'' t h e Arab-Israel tension, but that there was no basis for Tito's reported offer to act as mediator. Youth to Meet North Shore Club, Young Adult Group, will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 28, at 629 75th st. 0} B*B! w*w* 4*0* brUtf***, KOSHER BABY MEATS 'me, PRODUCTS 5 Kosher Varieties: KOSHER BEEF VEAL LAMB LIVE* BEEF HEART Strained lor Infants %  Chopped lor Juniors gourtt Bn d every land and water sport and athletic facility For the accommodations oi me campers, there will be 50 cottages. „,] w uh private hath and showers and all with living rooms for group circles AH cottages are steam heated comfortabl) furnished and surrounded with wide porches ami Is wns -The climate ol Loon Lake ia exeentionallv healthful, pollen -tree. Sdtneelte. S tu^lWfee !£ ,„ one ol the most beautiful ,£,,„ ol the Adirondack State park Dr. Andron explained Th e director of the Loan Lake en,,* >~ %  noted author and teeir ed,,.-...,.. and communal lead, ir fisted with IT. Andron 5u be .i rtaff oi directors, head counsellor, and noted speculate „ well as experienced wwinse low Dr Andron. in explaining his Ptow for the net; mm*" "J hi. New York office, 2880 Broad an? being pr cted along Unas of OUtetantUng operation -Bed BUTTER mURBARIIE I



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nrrt-.MBER 24. 1954 _ki\t lk*Hvu I'l Viim'tl le: ticW president I presto* ,,,. ttniT of Wometco itrei and WTVJ (>' h' r officer (I at a re .lection include -, Allm.iycr. pri rident; s Palton, president; I Weinklo. president 15 r ii %  i'l •> ncr. trea^ur -i-cretary: Hut' b. ard; Joseph I rfl ,:i Ol Hi'H I urer. L ur A | ... r has been nanv rman of the board, by Westvtew .,,,, %  Sew "> ir %  Eve party mpleted, newly £ H ey %  iied A aerie* .:,(.. including a prolor tournament, ialao plan-! ... p. cember and eon[in April U for Hebrew Teachers i Held in Miami Liu.il demonstration cli Eebrew teachers <>f Greater null again be held this year. [ ire -.poni,v || Bu i "i Jewish [ and Educational DirecI ncil I fu, u %  P %  28, clasa will • Bi th David CnncrcKulv.hr. i Gadon will demi advanced Hci t)ec •'! Vbraham din ctor h m Jewish (enter. I n (ration cki-^ in leachini; ol ihe prayer book. i %  are hi Id in eooperation 1th Hebrew Teachers' rVasoci* | Miami and are exlo attract over 30 full-time tional Hebrew teachers PAGE 7 B Charles L. Clemei.t -. president, and F. Lowi chairman of the board, congratulate one another at the opening of the permanent home of Community National Bank of Bal Harbour, 9600 Collins ave. Janice Cresap pins one of the opening day boutonnieres on Wall. Finest-one Heads Kneseth Israel is elected ; Km i Ih I rael Con %  [fice v.i re Max n and Louis dents; Samuel en tary; J etary; and Milidi I ; ider, I. B. I Edward I imuel %  rj M • in, Morri •7)1 I I-. Geoi % %  Si W %  insti in. Nathan i %  i / quit and IrvZ Joil l| thl I I : i %  h .ill will l;r held linm r S ning, Dec h I i apian w ill %  office) SUNMYPARK &f *> HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOt KIT CONV*L£SCE*a *n anomc CASU %  >l rm llli l -t III iw JO'.COUVT MIAMI rinRinA GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS I *14 S.W. 2lni AVE. Ph. 4-5860 I Have your roof repaired new; you wil v-ive on a new roof later "SitikflCtory Work by E p?nerced Men" LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York. New J.rscy, Philadelph.u, Baltimore, Wa Aetr.;, tn. 2A SILBERT SJLT.'r"" v '<"' Actor SIMON WOLFF 'A JJLi new ure w 'o B n th. Horn* H 'or the Ag"• St.li.n; WMIE (1140 H • wHk Pavtani ranmm FMaMaaal ^ ointti* r SIHHON StlDtN 503 S.W. ink Art. H>O-5O0 Listen to SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program IM, hn* WMIM, 11=30 ..-.t. 2 ..m. Thi. pr.r. H the r. ond has the largest listenin? %  % %  €. 10 RACES NIGHTLY Except Sunday • QUINIEIAS EVERY RACE


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It DECEMBERJfl954_ %  ^4 |iii Vickf'llcn Herman i-KIKn Herman's „lhiil Announced I,. I MrSaul Herman. <>f | announce the be „f their daughter, Vicki [;„ jo.seph Friedman, am ol Ld MrSamuel liiedman. ad) !%  Hiami Beach High School \ i Ellen inow a seni University, when j an officer ol Phi Sigma Big %  oritj I (tended the Unl: He received | I the MBA deth t niversity lim. |ii tat ion! • planned. I'M Studenl Weds Marine Corporal A I Diversity ol Miami studi nl Mi--. Bash Tepper, in : ( p don K Leviaon ••< the Marine < orp Air Station Opa |ocka, were m u ried Saturday at 7 HO p m in ihe lion pkeepers' Club Rabbi i Skop pert irme : ; i %  cere i The bride >Me daugh Mr and MrHera • %  Ti i Oak ;.-. Her marria CpL Levi %  n is th ..•, George Levis n.. brother, Rol broth i; c brii Mr.< C* f hmor. I a cou-m. and %  %  l hrtde • • blue tulle with baski t oi ro flow %  ini %  anta rulle. The .1 | while lace with fingertip veil h Id In .i pearl an i i hm p She car ried Iwo white orchids on .i Bible The i>! idegro mi app< are i in Ma rine dress blues, JwHinnrkmn PAGE 7 A Baker, AarWhsWill Reside on Beach H.n. Cordon E. lev-son Hn. Arnold M. Straus |s Bernie Chooses Tiered Veil matei nal grandI v rael Richman, gave Ifiaa B TH,.' in marriage fi wh n -I. %  became the bride ld Maurice Straus. Kronih an I Cahtor Kelemer officiated at the Mi-ln ci n monj .it (i p m. in >tp| i thi daughter ol Mr*. iBernie. ill 82nd t.-r.. Mi *" Mr Straus i> the son of i4202 Meridian ave. I f bride's gown waa <>f chantil| a nd -..Mi and she worea 'tip veil. r Ginger B< rnie was her ah> | ma 1 "f honor, other attend pw* MiRosemarie Straus. prnnm'.s -i.|, r NIrs u-onard Mrs Robert Slatko. Miss "">odm„,i Miss Khoda Halz [n iris Meyer v.as her honor ttei nl and brid 'snjatrons were Mrs R islj n and Mrs Shirley i man. -i vi in-law oi th • bridegroom. % %  girl Mai k G.i ths bride's irer Jack Go m for his l rother !;. ception al Ihe I enter lol i %  Vfti r a wedding trij to I more and New York, th • couple will live in Ihe l niversit) ol Miami dormitories i"" married c iuples. Mr Goodman is a I'M law -indent. Miss Mary Ann Baker and Alii' 'i I he i. r Aarons wenmarrie I al I 30 p m Sunday. Rabbi Leon Kronish read the service in his Ti mple Beth Sholom. The bride is daughter ol Mrs. n Baker, t;727 Indian Creek di \ ; II i B ai h and ll Claj Bak' leveland. The bridegroom is "ii oi Mr and Mrs ll irrj r Aar i n N .. Vork The bride and her mother de Ihe wi d I ..•. The ic blue gown was trimmed with 120 yards ol pleatii I with val 1 Hal and -I matched the i h %  l. ride carried whiti Is on a ii. %  JOS III 1 ,ii .,( rlr< -with II. h ml I carried pink ..rcli.dGilbi rl Sieg I, New Vork, w i besl man Dr Harrj N ledelman -a\e (he bride in m irris A reception and family dinner were held in the bride's mother's home after the ceremony. The newlyweds will be al home al 8340 Crespi blvd. Miami Beach, after Jan. 1. The bride attended the Univer sity ni Miami. The bridegroom studied at I'M. University of Richmond, Columbia University and Universite de Grenoble in France, lie ia language teacher in Miami Beach High School. Mrs. Allred S. Aarons POSITION WANTED REFINED, EXPERIENCED AMERICAN-JEWISH LADY, wishes position as companion to lady. Best of References. Tel. 589272. WE SPECIALIZE IN THOSE HARD TO CLEAN ITEMS SUEDES, KNITTED-WEAR, COCKTAIL GOWNS and F0RMALS EXCEL CLEANERS 734 S.W. 22nd Ave. Dial 48-6698; MB AMI CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LEO ALLEN, Director Ph. 2-5437 and 9-0273 Specializing in Care to Ihe llderly and Chronically III 24-Hour Nursing Service — Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms EM'CATIOX AT IT* HEST OXFORD SCHOOL i^W?! MIAMI BEACH "-*"•* %  DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member of American Schools and Collejes Association £ )iirdinc*s Sunset"' Ta+ } Boys' and Girls' Wear > | Blankets, Sheets, Towels and Other Domestics I MORRIS BROTHERS I 70 E. FLAGLER PHONE 82-4641 MM. fkkmrd Cleor. DAY WOMWS, $5 $6 and For. HSJ* Mai.., NrtS ffsTAURANTS !" <"" H ACE EMPLOYMKNT FREE BOAT TRIP Phantom) to FloHda Keys and Quarter Deck Club depart. 10:00 a.m. SSSisa-*saswai i



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NOTICE A "r.ilVKN that fMS HAI.W., %  sole U* n Cur'AITl"1 k l: %  I HI LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE "JJO" FICTITlOuT~ NOTICE IH HKIIKRY GIVEN n the der,.t,,e,l ,M, ln „ ,„,;,. £&??? U d r ,h Hctltloue n **1 %  • <• %  > %  <>. Florida V !&*%! %  w """'• %  "'"' lh RjaT"* r %  "" IIILI>F:cARDK i: w L-Us-ri'u KURT WCLLUK'H IK Attorney Cor HUdegarde i: ly, wa-il Vr '1 r "" """'""x M i i PAGE 11 B iTJfioT" FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HBRK" ,:IVKN "'"' "J il.-.nm: I" engage 111 CXier II.' Iltloiw name of '"f,' I •< ean ,, Mi't H"i I'l". intends ""'.,' th the Clerk Hade County. l.-M VI: Rl kl'T* CORP i i. ildent IN BOUNTY JUDGE'S COUfT? v,.-,.„... DISCHARGE ,: I,,,:,;".; i-nilMV JUDGE'S COURT f FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE JOE NO 14197-A I [ s, ilrcnastwt I > : ,,. II it,, inl: I • % %  %  L.i n "' Dad* hli i.-t even | d p, • tlon, es s pre%  || flMlher ^ .> %  %  1 I'e'' atbii Petition wen [ arn to be gBEl |i ,s i >It 1 IKRIII %  II hearing llih da) ol il a hleh time i oncernI %  !.• ataacaa VRTHKII ,! :l 'ERED that %  i m i ; da nm •• live weeka II aa %  Miami. ..... ..f v, r RIANTON \\'\ t SIMONHOFV kE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i IVKN thai biased !. i na '%  engage '" (ti'lt-r the rictltinua name of IKI All: 1 KVK'K CENTER, IK Bayshor, I ;i • -. Mi.inn, I i, .Mi. win. the I roull t'ourl of Dade ..n.l.i DAVID II i %  \\.. %  •• IIV BKl'TKL JEN'CILANI ii: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKl'.Y IJIVKN ih-.i t ha. u a rt r atf .u ad, „,-.„„,* ,,. ,..,„' ." %  .'.'. business under the flctltloua „ „„. „ HURRICANE |NX, .., |2(M s „' %  ""Avenue Wri Mhunt, intend • tar H.II.1 name with the ru-rh c,t ,i,„ "IOK'ATVAIO^"'." 1 1 '""'"' JOK AIAARKZ and HBNBT U |< CAIN""" All..liny r<„Applli iglci SI M IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 30895. A RBI ESTATE OK ADOLPH F'Kli |.\|ANN i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCMARGE NOTICE iv harab) |tvi n that I I ave rUad my final report and petltl Final Discharge ..Fixe, ,,'ix of ,I„. estate Of AIIOI.I'II FRIEDMANN .|, i and thai on ihi Itecembar. IH4, :ii applj to l i H • nr.il.le W K BL.ANTON Judfte of 1>ade County, %  pproval ..f raid final report and for Mi ..I dlachai Re i ,\„. Hatala of ADOL.PH KRIb'UMAN ......1 This ."." oa) ..f N. i MA HIE K l'i:n:i I\I \ N v MTBR8, HRIM \N ,V KAI'I.A.N Attorneye foi Kxecutrix h.i. Bay bold Hl.li: Mian i 12/3-10-17-^1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBI HIVEN II the nndaralarned, dealrlng l bualnaaa undi i i he flrtil QRACO ACT. RENTALS, it I4M W %  • H.IKII-I Rl ... Mian K iiiii'inis to rcffliter said n i lark of the ''l:<:nt Court <.f liade i '., .HI v. Klur ietlUon for ( % %  ( the hjll.l.l.wi Si'HKRER, deJ Mi day of 1 to the HonANK i: ix .-A i, INC. County i Ida. for £' al! it and for I lor of the 1 Wll.l.l AM SCHBRER, delh il.,v ,.• \ ,.. ,,.., ,,-, |"JKi' S'IIKRER, Executor •IKIMAN KAI'I.A.N .IT I ,, ,t„, "Ml Miami, n.i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY C.IVEN that ih.unrieraiKiieil. dealrlng to enj l.iiMineKfi uiid.-i tlie flctltloua t SET BOLD SNACK BAR, al ISO Seylold Arcade Building, Miami, Intend t.i regtUtar raid name with lh( of the circuit conn of Dade County, Elorlda. HARRY I.-KII ANN LUBB I'Ml. I.. STEIN EH Atlornay for Applicanta 71., Seyhold Bldg. U/l-10-17-24 ft UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LgHBREBY CIVKN that wd. deinnB to engage in ui.'.'i* "ctltlnue name of MIAMI BEACH, at USS • Avenue. Miami Beach. Inwjluter aaid name with the |K<-lT.-uit Court of Hade n ,V|'-'.VAN WIN1POL |* Applli ant R'..| in ti^'T COURT OF THE gV IN D i ClAL CIRCUIT OF iIc. A NO FO OADE IARIK ROSE. I'iali.t.ff. tlf'nc V :, s,: "-f'tidant Jf T J,.,PUBLICATION JJJJ MCI.VIN ROSE. P r H ital Tl IN %  ,,.,,,„„.„,' y>o. n.iii „, fE HKKKI1Y NOTIFIED k""l as,,,,,., y ,,„ „ nd rou Ir l' r rv '"''>' ,,f >•'""• R."or '"3 ""• 7,h *•* %  I • decree pro con%  il„ I,, ",' "lnat y, %  "" day „f |, rirI! ,ber. '-':vTiii. : ,tMAN. %  |;1 -|,,,,i, court J l>.-|nit> Vleik fcjss • II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undei-Hlgned. desiring to engage :n liuineaa under th.flctltloua name of RBOEtJT I'AI^ACK APARTMENTS, at H30-9317 Collins Avenue. Burfalde, hla intenda to register aanl name with the Cktrk of th.Cln ult Court of l>adCounty. HCARol. LEE ACTS INC. A Florida Corporation By Julius \v Dlttman, Vice Proa. iUKNl-.i T ROTH Attorney for I'-.r.-i Lee A pi Inc. 410 Lincoln Road %  10-17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI REBY rHVE %  the undersigned, de neaa under the flctltloua name i LAUNDROMAT OK MIAMI HKAi 1 at ISM l iresel Avei %  Ml n r%  n, Florida, inteadi to with the clerk of the Circuit Court o 1'a.le County. Florida ALBERT SHENVVEATHER Bole i i.in.-i 12/1-10-17-24 ____^__ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, deslrtnc to em hualneaa under the flctltloua name MARTINS BHOBB, at 1156 N K 16:,^ ,' St., North Mtaml Beach. Ha.. Intends to register aaid name with the < lerR of the Circuit Court of Dade t ounty. Florida MARTIN J. liBBBNKART. Sole >wner AIJJTN D. 8TOLAR Attorney for Am>Hcant MM Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach 12/17-M-S1 — 1/7 ^__^_ NOTICE TO CREDITORS M ^e, C0U i' TV EDGES' COURT tf.r.o.r.? F0R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA |N PROBATE. No 34150-A ,|.•' KAHA.N Hav. I %  %  %  %  II K Ml.'-.'. NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in huaineaa under the flctltloua """IT,:. TRAM. RI'O MART, at .v,3.-3, S.W. Mh St Miami, intend to register aam name with th. Clerk of the t IrcUll Court of Dado County. Hf' !" AL S"III.I, „,„ MONi B. sonKl. I2/H -17-24-2I IN THI CIRCUIT COWRT OF THE ELEVENTH J U DICIA L. CI RC U IT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Ne. 17e7 ALLAN W. JOHNBON, PuuHlft. KVKI.VN I 'UN-si!g,JWen*ant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KVKI.YN I. .IINSON e/o A Rlaley 242.', North 13th Street PhlbuMpnlH II '.'"'."'',-i,-,,-,, „, TOU ABE HBREBJ SOI 11 li.• rU, yoor An.w.-r to the i mi flail '' • Divorce with the Clerk of < h -,;.^ l named Court ami aerve • ;",''\, ":',,u iltwiN s OABRAttorn IMalntiff. ITU >st £"WjT Miami. Honda, on or befi dny of January. Itti. Dated: '^T LEAT'HKKMAN. g^ f ^ Nr .Circuit court Seal) l^puty Uerk 12/17-14-31 — I/T %  %  %  1 iad I %  rlorlda nt and l ill i • \ I %  .11 I. IIS B K \II.W. I I T of N \ K VI'LAN %  NOTICETO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .,., NAME LAW NOIKK IS HEREBY CIVKN that UKln"i; n < | ""„""": rk,K '" Wln \\ K i• .'• %  .'o '"•""""* nan f •TTI.i %  '', SI ; l V "' l: LAUNDER. 1 "-.' 1 i. Ninth Btreet, Hlaleah, with ft '" %  "•' %  ^ "' reglstei Raid name %  r i. ','",. '" ,k r i"" Circuit Court %  "• County, Florida. B J A i-. INC. „ Florida Hole Owner KRBDBRICK N, BARAD Attorney f,„ i, \ A r INC a i-'i,iii,ia oorporatlon 1-11 — 1/7 corp. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „, NAME LAW N'MICi: is HEREBY OIVEN that ne un.lerslisned. deal ring to engage in ,'. i'"•.'•,\." "''' r 'he flcUUoua nan f '," %  S;"?' '-KAN Kits A: LAUNDRT. %  .1N I. Ind \-. .Ml,,,,,,, intend to register said name with the <•].-, k LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name of CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN. at L':II>:I West Plaster St., Miami, Fla intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL M RCHACK, Bole owner cui.li.MA.N \ OOLDBTEIN Altorne>s for Registrant 2101 W. Hagler St., Miami, Fla. 12/14-11 1/7-14 i.f the < rlorlda JACK ,r Dade lerk County. l.V.N.Ni: MAX |{| | lll-IKI.I) HI RN ETT Rl .I'll Attorne) foi Applicant! 120 Lincoln Rd I2/I0-K • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HKKKRY CIVKN that ni gage In nan, i,.f MODERN IRON WORKS, al 9741 N M I. Fla., int. nda with the Clerk Ihe ( rt of I M.I.i' Si .1. SILVER8TEIN, Sole I lwn< r SHELDON Dl'BLKR Applicant -irlt) HI I il : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PICK IS HKRKBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, to i ngage In ime ..f SUGAR HILL, al 101 N W 20 th Btreet, Miami, I >ade I -. int). I ntenda to I";nan,., with the Clerk of th. iurl i ..,-1.r.iunu, l lorlda KAY-HBL, INC a rlorlda corporation A iRTi IN A. KATZ, President RICHARD KRIEOER PINK KAY-HEL, INC. 112 ,',%  %  Building, Miami, Florida 2/2417-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVKN that the underalgned, dealrlng to eiujae'e In bushiesa und.-r the fictitious num.of BEACH BERVICE STATION, at :* WaehlneTton ATenue. MiH,„i Beach, Florida, intend to regteter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit t'ourl of Iade Count)-. Hi.iul.i BEN 11' M IDMAN and JEH81K VARIO, Dwnera FREDERICK N. BARAD, ESQ. Attorney for Ben Qoodman ..nil ,.Varlo 12/24-11 17-11 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 33927-A I Re EST vTK I IE liAVIIl MRYER, |..-..-,..ri To All II P na Hav• ,~.,.ii I.-I, ','.. md .-..' i, of %  • "i. are I and required to present any claims ami demands which you, or .if \..,;. ni.ii have againal the .-..tatol DAVID METER deceased lati %  Dade County, Florida, t" the Honorable Count) Judaea of Dade County, and file the name In their ofl pa In the County Courthouee In Bade County, Hnridn. within eight calendar months fr.,n tin Hate of the first publication hereof Said claims ,.i .i< manda l.> contai nthe legal addreaa of the claimant and to he %  -.. n to and preaented as aforesaid, or aanu will be barred Date l lecember I, A I>. i • I \\1|| KIKAS. A. Executor ..f the Leal "'ill %  Testament ,.( DAVID MEYER l %  %  %  MKCn HTER. de, ,,,,.. 0 f t)ade I o inty, Florida. to the M% %  --' : %  Count) Judgi p| • | n the Count) i .nirth.-'i-.' bade County, rlorlda. within eight Slender months from the date of the publication hereof Bali NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the und engage in %  i.i the flctllloua name of THE LEO .1 tiOLDMAN IJRAl'HIC A UTS SIT al :'..:. s W. 25th Avenue, Intenda to register said name COURT|inih the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida LEO i Gl ILDMAN, Bole Owner i :-ii IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32364 A RBl ESTAFH OF BAMUEL s. BILVERMAN, I lecea I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given thai I have final i ii--.11 and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estati It \\ni:i. B, BILVERM \N .i....... ,i. and that on thi Jan iar). l.15, I ill appl) to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix <>f the Estate of BAMUEL 8. SILVBRMAN, decei SARA SII.VKI'.MA.N MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAI'I.A.N Attom, i. for Administratrix IL' 17-24-31 — l 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY CIVKN that thi underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name i f .IA.MKS i, 10 and UP STORES, .,t 1200-1206 N.w. 3rd Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name With the Clerk Of th.Circuit Court of I iade I Sount) Florida EDWARD MEHLER BERNARD HUTNER Attorne) f.-i Applicant 12 10-17-24-11 / NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER REBTAURANT a CATERERS, at 161 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Intenda to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAM DEUTSCH, Sole Owner MAI.VIN ENQLANDER Attorney for Applicant 111 Lincoln ltd. 12 L* I -:; t — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PENGUIN HOTEL, al 141s ocenn Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intenda to register said nan..niil, the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court "i Dade County. '"' '" ,., LILLIAN WKINBLATT 1 RIEDMAN & SHAPIRO iuel W. Shapiro r Lillian w elnblatt I 24-31 I flral claims legal adbe SM..H1 i.i,i.,,i,is i ntain th; ,i .. ,,( the claimant ami i I'/.'.-.n.i presented a. aforesald.jr same will he barred Bee Bool the 1*14 l',i.hate Act. l>.ite Pecembrr 7. 7^3.16 of .. A.D 1M4. KII1T WKI.I.1SC1I KSTKI.I.K O, KELLER .,, c.-Admlnistnitora of the S8*hr ***%**. SEYMOUR J. SIMON RICHARD & MUROFF Attorneys f"r Ad.ninistrators 12,'10-17-14-lJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN PROBATE, No. 33804-B neeeaeed FLORIDA I Inc Claims or Demands At-amst Ing Cla notified and requRed to 1 -" • %  publ ral or .1 amis lo % %  •";" ,"„ ,; ,„.., „ nil red. Novembi A l> 1*51 VI: ,,N,IVIT/. ARONOVITA CA,D, JL t.-.t of Isadore J. Attorneva for F.t "' Fiaaman 11/10-17-^4-31 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 9-Jeniit) llcridfiiaifi solicits your legal noticed. W appreciate your patronage and oruarantee accurate service at legal rates • • Phone 24366 for me s s en ger %  errlce IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174844 ANNETTE WALLMAN. Plaintiff. vs. ANNIE M iTI'.'I'ISS. If alive, and CURTI88, her husband, if ally.-, el ala NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ANNIE M CURTIS, if alive and CURTI88, her husband. If alive. ADDRESS UNKNOWN All unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, tru-tees, assignees, lienors, success..rs. In interest, creditors, or other claimants. claiming by. through, under or against any of the above und foregoing defendants, or either of them or otherwise; All unknown parties having or claiming to have any right, title or interest In snd to the property involved In this suit. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been filed against you in the above styled court to (JCIKT THF: TITLE to the foil..wing di scribed property, t.. Il: Ix.ts S nnd !> Block '• Of CLF.I.AII according t.> the plat thereof, re%  orded In Plat Book 10, page 14, of the Public R.c.ir.is of Dade County, Florida, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer %  „• other pleadings on the Plaintiffs Attorney, JOSEPH PARDO, l"l Seybold Hldg Miami, Fla., and file tl rlglnal In the office of the Clerk • %  < the Clrcull Court on or before ti"10 day of Jai therwise thi allegatlona of aald hill of complaint w.U be taken as conhy* you i. \TI:I. .ii Miami. Dad inty, this • da) of December. 1954, K B. 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PAGE 4 B +Jewlst>ncr*m>n FRIDAY. DECEMBU OVERSEAS XEWS LETTER KOM ISRAEL Uranium Ore Experts Steady Visitors at Weizmann Institute By NURA LASKY JTA JERUSALEM — Several weeks before Israel celebrated her first birthday and immediately after the blue and white flag was hoisted over Elath. on the Red Sea. a geolI scale, and with thiprocess Ba> ploitation >if low*grad ores -hould be no more exp-n-ive than the procedure in use in other partol the world for rich uranium In retrospect, people now understand why so many ph\-ici-is of ogy instructor at the Hebrew In, world renown .among them Nobel versity was asked whether he Pri* dinner Dr. Mb Bohr. have ike. to go and find out what bee" calIin at *** Weianann Institute these past few years. When they came. Israelis connected their would natural resources the Negev holds The 2,5(X>|OiO-acre rock desert was c iwn uoa won .. • i fairly unknown. Bedouin and wild visits with the country s strides ir wandered scientific research generally They gazelles and camels around in it. but there were few roads and even fewer houses The instructor was delighted With a colleague from the Haifa Technion. a small band of students and a large band of guards he set out to map the Negev. rock byrock, wadi by wadi And every did not know anything beyond the i fact that two years ago. the then J Prime Minister. David Ben-Gunon. had appointed a four-man atomic > energy commission, with himself | as a member And they interpreted thimerely as a safety measure Thus. Professor Ernest Bergman, chairman of the Atomic Energy 'hmk Um YOSSELE ROSENBLATT. A Bithat oeraphy. By Samuel Rosenblatt. h „, '" •m — ai w —fc. %  % %  — c "snmni, <" 'he age l„ ng rael. personified in*,.Certainly this „, ^ 358 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young. $4.50. By HILARY MINDLIN til own people k e p, orkj voice, though not (orm,^, magnificent; hi, p*, i was iMtitatt mann Institute in the field of cosmic rays as alternative and cheaper meanof investigation and training A sons love for his father is a I beautiful thing When it rs trans-' | MM into page after page of re-(feet, h* fal^m, I creating his tether's Ufe'wtttadten' seaisord to have the faata] I derness and warmth. H can be a ing the ancient Hebrew ten J nchly rewarding capertenee for a Jewish prayerbook ring reader. J *. through Us mterpm,^ Dr. Samuel Rosenblatt, who has' the music j been rabbi of the Beth Tfiloh Con-1 i gregatKin in Baltimore for 27 years, ] | has. for his ninth book, written a biography of his father, the beloved Cantor Yosaele (Joaof) Rouen Matt Of Cantor Rosenblatt one can now and then we read in the pa pen that phosphates, clay, gyp-' Commission .stepped ui with an ex sum. Elan lds. iron and other Planatory radio *" %  """ which ores had been found, were being was do >' 'h all the guessfurther explored, already exploit*wk and *be m o !" ">*. — K put an end to all the discussion of nuclear physicistthan the ter-Yehe said, uranium ore habeen riblj expensive establishment of giother He sang hto *****• u i s „„. „.,i„ir,,r. ,.r aiomir niles or hearts of Jews and Christians Of his life, three thssji L out his boundless rtmty. constant poverty m the taxtf, versal acclaim and high fro, i the unwavering integrity < rotion to Judaism whs*, | have nothing but praiae. To the in*""' P"*'h,ted Mi athn on his talent wta have made life much m comparable beauty of his voice there is one testimonial after anWe never heard that Ir Y. K Bentor also found uranium That ,. to light onl) i fen week, ago whit. Israel's chii I ti I the i \ •. %  LI the political Committi i of tl Assembly of tsrai in nuclear research he wouldn t have I ul it ai ild n"t know uranium in the N< I the 1 work in rih For French : Israeli nucli .>r phj SH .-•have partners when the atomic energy commissions of the two menu to thind the) are working clOM 1) together all the time. The geologists found uranium in the phosphte deposits |which have bean named "Oron"). When they found it nearly five yean ago. they did not know that all phosphatecontain low-grade uranium, every country jealously guarded itdii varies in nuclear research and ''• %  velopment. and only a year or so later did it become common knowledge So called rich" urani nm ores, of which there are very fen I percent uranium : • • % %  rams I -mall from tl %  • : %  ble to luci irai 'rial found and a quantity habeen %  ant cyclotronor atomic piles or traded out of phosphati The Hebrew University alike Indeed, a high church digni and yes, there ia good chance that I-raei will produce uranium on an H r ,^ n n ^ m ( „„ pi r ltmc m dpp n of fprlmR in your voiw and research fields la sense of tragedy in the music •orme nrurr. ( u !" ""' ^ Qnce remarkedf after hearmg and the Haifa Technion. ProfMKaT om> of njv re eitals. "There was a indu-trial scale and ) eh ibeing done at the Webmany AT THE MOVIES Jascha Heifetz I ells Tall Tale About Rabbi in Israel Who Prayed too Hard By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD — Jaseha Heifetz told us about the Israeli rabbi who was asked to pray for rain His prayer was followed by such a downpour that crops were injured One old Jewish farmer said to an-1 other That comes of trusting such a request to a rabbi who isn't acquainted with agriculture • • • Comic Phil Silvertell in love recent]) and. desiring to marry. -• i un rable hearing from eetheart'i irascible lather by opening the interview with these words Sir 1 1 now .i was where DJ you car: save a lot ol lie • • volume on Einstein's theorj THE WOREO Oh SPORTS New York Yankees May Finally Sign Negro Player By BILL WOLF JTA \K\V YORK It begins to look aif the New \ork Yankees will finally end what many have called discrimination policies and give a a few years ago considered Max through a> an important player. • • • Injuries continue to plague Artie Cohen, basketball star of Brooklyn College Cohen has just suffered Negro player a berth on the squad hls SCC(,nd concussion. The most ativity I found.' he said in a somewhat puzzled confession, "that I could identify all of the words, bat when I started to read the i book. I could not understand any of the sentences A noted rabbi was asked by Sophie Tucker why the loud, vehement preaching of his earlier days had given way to a more quiet persuasive manner of speech The rabbi laughed "When I was young." he said. "I thought it was the thunder that killed people, but when 1 grew up I di-co\ered it walightning So I determined that in the future I would thunder md lighten more • • i'.. • Hechl I [paid screen writer in Hollywood, delivered a lecture on ancient historj the otk %  n il %  woman's club in Hills In the course of his talk he touched upon the arts, customand achievements of the ancient Phoenicians Oh said the portly and laudatory chairlady, when Hecht had finished, "how can we thank Mr Ben Hecht for the fascinating lecture he has given us this afternoon"'" Hecht returned to the podium and added the following post scrip turn I entirely forgot to tell you that it was the Phoenicians who first invented money recent trip to Israel, he arrived in Tel Aviv for a lecture. Before dinner he wenPto a barber shop to be i shaved. "Are you n stranger?" asked the barter? "Yes." replied Jessel. "This is the first time I've been here." "You chose a g —d tasne to come." the barber c ontinu ed "George Jessel is coming tonight Youll go, I suppose?" "Oh. I guess so." said George. him That these three faeetiL terdependent can be readihi and one of the hook's foreman tues is that, with honesty ajjj age. it explains some of Rosenblat' w hicfe i storm amons ttie Orthodox J of that time His appemsa) vaudeville in order tu pay i incurred b) .: naive busueal co. for • falls in tkstt gor> Yet .,., biography, the I weak. It imore a chromdtj Cantor Bosc n b att 'l life i of hitravels, concerts. ventures and scrapbooks tl a study of the man One around the little Cantor," i sees him moving about in tati at large, but of the fores < move him, and of the ml man. there is not nearly evidence for a bookaftaiii There is a superabunaaM( eulogy, from newspapers, caus snd people in general i slows the pace of the but I page after page One reteaHl cv •*%  i i i "Have you bought a ticket?" asked copious praise pamcuUrt, .. .. .... there ia corresponding, the barber "Not yet. replied Jessel. "But everything is sold out You'll have to stand." declared the barber How annoying'" Jessel -aid with a -igh "I never saw such first hand subject material next season. The Yankees announced that they had signed El-.ton Howard, who can play either in the catching position or in the outfield. The Yanks promptly sent the Negro star to play ball in San Juan during the winter season The Yankees have never had a Jewish ball player of major importance. • • • The Fort Wayne Pistons can be thankful for the services of Max Zaslofsky. who helped the Pistons gain their prominence in the American Basketball Association. Fort Wayne is considered one of the hottest of pro basketball clubs at the moment. Zaslofsky has had in a game recent accident was against Kings Point Aa result. Cohen is going to be out for the season. This is being done on the advice of Placido Comer, coach of Brooklyn College, who doesn't want to run the risk of Cohen's getting hurt again, per haps with even more serious results. His absence will be a severe lovs tor Hnmklyn. During last season Cohen, a five-foot nine inch In the coarse of George Jessels • That inot to sty there anecdoteabout EebYSSSSSt are man) and undoubtedl] % %  •• "od "* h) hifan %  Vel like roost ill UK the! are not luck' I always have to stand when ^ ( hf „„,, that fellow lectures." Whili : j 1 to Dr. 1 Matt for > 'hat he hi stitut< cutnei his father s inner life, ritaffj uf all hicharities andi It may well be that i ers will not be nearly so I by these literary discreps was I In that case lie Straus and Young pooUO" be a source of delig ht ts] pecially if Cantor Buses*-; been a part of their swinu was a part which ** S J£J^ u gone. No fathers** ask a more lovely "i tuch a book, the P"**., -oo-s reverence, sMll" I**:HSO\AUTIES iN WtHIJ P^NORAHA — %  —'— Scurrilous Letters Shock Senate guard, game averaged 16 points per By DAVID HOROWITZ AJP WASHINGTON Democratic Sen William Fulbright of Arkansas, a bitter opponent of Joe Mc A national magarine has selected Carthy. shocked the Senate last Ralph Goldstein, guard on the Uniweek wh "> he began to insert into versity of Detroit basketball team. ,h e ( on 8 r essional Record a number ceived from followers of McCarthy Among the letters Fulbright infor all sectional honors This season. Goldstein is a junior and is more than his share of ups and j expected to be a tremendous asset M 'rted into the Record werethese: downs since he entered pro circles, to his team. As a sophomore last Frnm G Gurley, president .f and it is good to see him getting j year, he was second in scoring 2" ChemK al Attraction Oil Corp., the breaks There are many who tallying a total of 343 points S £?£, j'^voTe ?£"?} Senators, that proved you were the • country hig "^^ henchman for the Jew Dead. H H McCarthy ts an An* Lehman should be deported out of this nation to Russia, or let Germany take that bird in and give him the gas like Hitler did From Peter Murphy. Buffalo: "A fine dirtv red rat you are. Who of anti-Semitic letters he had re were the birds that voted not to allow Senator McCarthy time off to recover from his illness? I'll tell you: it was Red loving Fulbright and the rotten Jew, Herbert Lehman, the pal of Hiss." From Pullman. Michigan: "Dear Senator: Would you please do our are you" „, From "An Amene* tenalistic P: been for the Pt £, darned stupid fee •• f>r .he torture, of W^, croak, and be a*"" eternity >w | i After reading '^n, great sickness amonl



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[^DECEMBER 24 1954 bntinuad from P.ge 8B II „irnin goes "P nn a cru *£', ,of Hitler 55 ,,, %  „ of the 1930s %  nick Gutstadl <>nt( the cen\\taee I"' was '" rcu Py for %  kin 20 years He na( '" <" Ed nations .Imctnr of ADL T, uwuptanting his family L Franri^o to Chicago. But I rooti were spread across lion Here was a one-time and Jewish community ,<„ had never finished .tool yet he was a self-eduPwho put Phd's to sbame L fantastic fund of knowl h** Ffrtw Stroot *HONE 3-2871 [GREETINGS TO MY FRIENDS i C. "Bill" AHTAFF Con ? nd J e,l ,( n< the clippings '" '"benefactors, Bishop Shell and Dick Gutstadt. Dlcfc IMAM allowed Jewry's debt '" Slgmund Livingston, A in founder, to be forgotten. i„ the when Mil. was in itadoles';'''" %  the younger man absorbed he teaching oi Livingston, a country boy who became a big corporation lawyer Livingston was a man to whom words were hke dollars, to he used wisely and sparingly! His grunt of approval was equivalent to a speech. "Let's gei aig s Sla ni on it!" was a frequent Gustadt reaction. If Livingston disagreed, Dick would back off, then charge in from another direction. He rarely left the Livingston law office without an assenting grunt or a scrawled okay. Dick believed fervently in the powers of reason and persuasion. One day a telegram came from Detroit that Henry Ford wanted to Continued on Page 10 B COMPLETE DINNERS with a large variety ot entrees FROM SL20 Jerry's Restaurant DINNER INCLUDES: Choice of appetuer. Salad. Vegetable, Choice ot Denert, Beverage. Free Parking Open 24 Hours Air %  Conditioned Rj the Airport ng "The F I "f the 36th Street and LeJeune Rd. Phone 64-5341 WHY PARK OUTDOORS? Store your car in the only Bonded, Insured, Fireproof btorage Garage at MIAMI INTERNATIONAL Airport Free 24 hour Courtesy Car Service to and from all PASSENGER Terminals. INTERNATIONAL PARKING GARAGE, INC. 4641 N.W. 36th STREET Opp. Eastern Aix Lines PHONE 88-1304 CHANUKA GREETINGS HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS BANK "A fritndly Bank" (Member of F.D.I.C.) 101 HIALEAH DRIVE HIALEAH. FLORIDA Telephone 88-8431 ifi MERCURY LITHOGRAPHING CO. 545 N. W. 5th Street Miami, Florida Telephone 82-6567 EXPERTS IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET HOLIDAY GREETINGS R. M. SPINK STATION WAGON SERVICE All Wood Replaced on Your Ford or Mercury Station Wagon with Fiber Glass 3151 N.W. 36th St PHONE 64-0331 II. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami, Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street GREETINGS Brownie's Outboard Marine "Brownie" I. Redding 5400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA SCOTT ATWATtK OUTBOARD MOTORS F/BFR CRAFT BOATS Phones : Shoo 7-1371 Residence 7-5230 Cvsfooier Satisfocfioo-We Cmrry In Stock Complete fprls for: Scetl-Atwater, Buccaneer, Firestone, Corsair, Sea-Bee, Sea Kmo, Atlas, Royal, Brooklore and Elto Small Croft Hardware oni Accessories GREETINGS TO ALL 'jiGa mii Ttrst Sxclusivm 'Paint Stor TINGLE PAINT PHONE CO. 9-2674 49 S.W. FIRST ST. MIAMI* FLA. gressman TO OUR MANY FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Bryan Photo Shoppe STIU AMD afOVK CAMUS lUUSTKATIVt PHOTOGBAMir (Fro* Parfciao) 7770 KSCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 84-3583 East Coast Fisheries, Inc. Wwt Flagler Street—At lh Bridg Fro. Pork-, I*.*** • &f •" Eat Seafood (or Health DADE TYPEWRITER CO _0. .no Ohmor Ch ***** Vo^S*, M...r A0-r~~. F. 4 E. ChecKnteri Acker, Owner 1.7 N.E. 2nd 8... Mi.,1 Fl... Pho-^SJS* To All Greetings WESTERN MEAT CO. I2f C WHOLESALE HOME FREEZF ^^ 2122 N. W. 7th Are. A Happy Chanaha To AU Our Friend* and Patrons North American AIRLINES 1635 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone 9-8321 310 E. Flagler St. Miami Phone 58-4444



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IT. DECEMBERJJJ154 U(f Downtown I,, \ n Becker, spiritual mil officiate, with Fredfaondii \ nt in the eighth grade of Park Junior Hii;h School. i ih ill be honored tct'ptMti in his homo SaturV Nig tho>c present will bo his f thi r, Mrs. Lena iklyn, NY. anil %  al gi ents, Mr. and | I. Miami. MII bo Mr. and : i! Wolf, Lakeland. bid Mr ami Mrs Jack Haliirn-l'iwn. N.J. I'ost-C'hanuka Fete Planned Tuesday th Mrs Sonia Robbin president of •lllll Ml Pi 0 arranged a post i' irl; i.i,Tuesday 1 Hi, uditorium. Golda M Women. I Chanuka card Youth Officers Named Officers of the United SynaKo-ue Youth of Temple KmanuKI ere announced this week. President is Paul Ruthfield. Others include vice president. Frank Bauer; treasurer, Leslie Weisen; recording secretary, Dorothy Bauman; and corresponding secretary, Madeleine Teitelhaum. Beth A '"'i' 11 Mrs. Clara I.eii national Me,, president ol the American Pioneer Women, bn tings from the N< w y 0 rk of'"' '" 'l"' monthly meeting ol the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations Monday evening when they met at the home of MrMary Tarakan. Mr-. Leff is also the national chairman for the MoeUel rlapoaloth, -ister organization of the Pioneer Women in Israel Dr. Davis to Attend Honig BaiMitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Barry Honig, son of Mrs. Berniee Honiu. 935 8th I st., and the late Rabbi Jacob .1. Honic: will take place Saturday morning at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi In inn Lehrman will officiate. Barry is a graduate of the Hebrew Acadeim and is now a ninth grade student at Miaou Beach Hitih School. He is a member ol 'lie eon 1 firmation class of Hie n school of Temple Emanu-El Out-of-town guests will ii Dr Moshe Davis, provost ol Hie Jewish Theological Seminar) ol America r ;ild Ijolhstcin Mitzvah lid Roth-tt in. son of Mr. and .A Rothstein, 114 -2nd ter., |k) Isle, will %  ate his Bar ih at TemUnu-EI on Bay mornRabbi In thniun will Be brant i h t h InnI 1 -' N class ol the re remple Kman-Kl. Ronald *4 v en Baron, son ol Mr. and Murray Baron. 3759 free dr., will become Bar ah Saturday, December | Temple Beth Sholom. bl Leon Kronish will ofF ,e Steven, a student at [ h Sholom Religious is in the eighth grade Stilus Junior High and a member of f Scout Troop 35. Among 1 *iU be Steven's uncle, M Stern and family. r '"%. and Mr. and lil 1 We,ns ock and faml^entown. Pa. Rabbi Abraham Herson has been given a five-year contract as spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, Herman Kutun, president, revealed this week. Official installation will be held Jan. 30 at the Sterling hotel. Rabbi Herson came to the Center horn Texas four months ago. THII IBT IM KOSHM POOM I KOSHER RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN A Unique Experience in Dining Pleasure Delicatessen to Take Home THE FINEST TURKEY DINNER S2.9S BLUE-PLATE SPECIAL S1.95 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. OPPOSITE CITY HALL MIAMI BEACH Opei. Daily 11 am to 9 p.m. Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sterling Room Opens Sterling hotel Starlight room will open Tuesday night, Dec. 21. with the spotlight on Jenie Moore and her piano styling. Starlight room will now open at 5 and clo-e at midnight. 4. IT'S TASTI THAT COUNTS!* Daniel Lee Miller, son of Mr. and Mis. Robert Miller, 3551 Crystal View ct.. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Dec. 25, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Irving Robinson will officiate. Daniel is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member of the band. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shapoff Phone Number Changed i • Hade Federal Savings and Loan Association thiweek revealed • that the new phone number for it• mam offici al NE 1-t ave and 1st | • St., I82-5461 Rabbi is Guest Speakei BROWN KASHE is so tempting. A tasty, nutritious • replacement for potatoes, rice, # beans, and other side-dishes. • Protein-rich lets fattening! • DELICIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THKIFTY • AISOf'.'WfWOirFSCiAMYKiNtlS..Dri/CH:rUl U C*W„Mf CMS rod CfMl AND PUDDINGS • Home ol Rabbi Abrah im Klurdescendant ol the "Barditshe\, r Rebbe." will be the scene ol a M, lave Demalkah" Satu rdaj night al 618 SW I7th ave. Guest speaker will he Rabbi Samuel Krolovitz. ON SALE AT BOOO FAIH and CARLS LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclus.ve D.stnbutors 2402 N.E 2nd AVENUE. PHONE 3-7791 HI T •1' ffi 5 Candle-Light Inn 3131 COMMODOM PLAZA, COCONUT GROVE FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM 1.9S Private Party Rooms for Banquets KING SIZED COCKTAILS Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Your HoiU—Sidney Jacobs. Sam Leition yi 4f jjf j> | H* • %  NOW OPEN LOU and PEARL former Operators of leoaina Miami Beach Hotel Dinina Rooms Are Now Operating The RED MILL RESTAURANT CORNER OF 80th ST. & BISCAYNE BLVD. $ervin 9 the Ultimate in fine Foods at Sensihle Prices I Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary ol America, will be guest speaker at the morning ice ot Temple Emanu-El FKATM'RMX


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PAGE 8 B 9-jewlstifkwidllar FRIDAY, DE CEMBB| ( HUMID E. BUTSTMT—R GREAT Mill FOR HIS Tit By STANLEY S. JACOBS fTha lat* Richard R lutntadt, who .>. utlvi rlci hull man ->f tha Ant' I vf.itn.it i"ii Lt-.iKiir, illaHl M I'ha bMltori i On • In-rich in the near ilcscrti'd import terminal, a graying man dosed :it midnight, a Eat briefcase cradled In MM arm. .1 copy i Hit ler's Mcin Kampf upon in his lap An attendant shook him gently "Mister, your plane for t'hicaH'> won't IM' in for another two hours It's run into had weather." The wearv traveler opened his airport attendant alone of all pen pie in the world Thousands ol us remember that smile It was the mark ol a man who loved mankind Hunks verj much! said Dick Gutstadt "I've not time now tor J lit11*light reading And he plui ed again into Hitler's turgid prose. making penciled notes on an envelope for Richard E Gutstadt, the tireless, quick-moving director of the Ann Pel. uiiation League in w th The youngster recoilad m those turblllenl days, reCOgnited shock at the tales he heard of vile Hitler for the madman he was And conditions on American vestals, Dick's beartrap mind and golden here sailors were virtual!) slaves orator] were stinging Americans %  ,! sea it was Puruaeth — lonely into an awareness of the full di voice of these lost amis who mensions of th< Nazi menace stun* Dick into youthful resolve to The physical Dick is cone Dead strike hard at human deRradation ol cancer at M No kmger does this a ,„i brutality whenever he could. warn man with the lined faee ride Hlstor) has a way of conjuring the airliners, milk trims and busup lru r j^-ht man for the right role so in his role of latter-da] GREETINGS ADDIE MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES BONDED FRUIT SHIPPERS 1121 Washington Avenue ?h one J GREETINGS FROM J. R. SPRADLCV ;\ ro FOOD B S O K FH r 5934 N.W. 12th AVENUE Phone 84-2578 Two recently arrived immigrant children temporarily living at the sheltei of United HIAS Service, in New York, listen in rapt attention as Rabbi Ezekiel Landau, the agency's spiritual adviser, retells the story of Chanuka. SEASON'S B:ST WISHES TO ALL Paul Revere, crying oul against oppces (ion, religious hatred, and I.tnatiii-m But the real "REG" is imperish able \s long as there is an Anti-IVfamation League, the spirit of the man whom toaatmasters delighted in introducing ai Mr AI>L" will permeate the agency, its people and its purpose infusing them with a dedication and .m inner convic which were tin hallmarks of his life Dick's incandescent belief in the %  %  > of man and the coal of nil man freedom was ignited b) the visitors in his home durn S Francisco boyhood He tu l>rn in the Ba) city in 188H I s., w the great li!r,i:ol thai n the home of mj father," -aid His lather a/as Her 1 iUStadt, who served, apresi dent ol District Grand Lodge No 4 ol B i..ii H nth rtx re w.,. Sam I American la 1 II. nrj 'o orgi the r< Downed 'single taxer' and Andrew Kuril s. -h the gaunt ran boned head of --.ulors tr.ion of the Pacific Of all these champions "f the underdog, none made a greater im press], ,n on Pick than did KuruContinuad on Ptg* B EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY KLEFEKER PRODUCE CO. 1215 N.W. 21si St Ph. 3-1795 GREETINGS Mar i.lfvtriv Cm. "No J"t> Too Small or Large' 1515 S.W. 67th AVENUE MIAMI. FLA. Phone MO 1-5147 SWEET INSURANCE AGENCY SECURITY BUILDING Phone 2-2675 GREETINGS Deigacrrd & Preston Builders, Inc. 4063 Ponce de Loon Blvd. PHONE 83-8014 CORAL GABLES TO ALL ... THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS. Ladies Handbags bv STYLECRAFT 31 N. E. 17th STREET C I f I T I N 6 J Sam"* lun* Oil Sorviee "Tea CM ae MMf if it's PUH COMMIT! AUTO SHtvia • 05 OKEKHOtlE ROAD Hartley*** Auto Top Shop The Best In Materials and Workmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-8997 A HAr>i>CHANUJCAfi TO ALL OUR /K.r\/)s AN') PATRONS Miami l'rodii*o 1083 N.W. 21st Terrace Phone 2-B144 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS Plymouth — DeSoto 1200 N.E. 2nd Avenua Phoni! To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka • ... 1 GREETINGS RICCIO'S on the 79th Street Causswa) "NEW" Blue Gross Room Lounge Open r.i 5 A M :>3 MIAMI BEACH ns Lillian Durrani's Flower Shop FLORAL FASHIONIST Haweri By Diracf Wirt Dial 58-7221 423 41t STIIIT MIAMI BIACH SINCERE HOLIDAYS GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH LiO HUBERMAN 1021 BiarnM Drira Phone UN 6-6811 DURANTE & SONS BUILDERS HO GLENDALE DRIVE MIAMI SPRINGS (IIUINCS MONSAIVATGE & CO. of MIAMI, I* WNOUSAU CWAIS amd CAKW" j 41 S.W. FltJT STVHT Best Wishes for Chanuka II. .1. Vt .linwriplil & Sims 313S Commodore Plaia Coconut Grora Phona 131621 TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS : i •I. Houston 4ribbl< k North Miami Tax Assessor • w ft im r v t i n a It is the privilege ol HOME MILK to extend season's greetings and ^JTjj year ahead be tilled with HEALTH, happiness and pepace. Home M ^ continue to serve its many patrons with the finest ol Dairy Products so 1 year 1955 will be the Healthiest and Happiest. &f %  NWT-AVIWJI-llllAMI.H* •oi MIAMI a-ie*e •T.kAUOIae*U 2-241 s



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PAGE 6 B lea#i ttrr i ji^t FRIDA^DLCEMB^ „ #a66is Without Ketubah Accord Honor Roll Students Named Continued from Page 1 B !, Leon Kronish and May< r \ now Itz, l i cssenti : i' >ic ed similar opii ler "i th %  liberal m Temple Beth Sho! run, Miami Beach R ibbi Kronish said (hat ihi' conservatives' pro%  tubi h rii inge is .1 "step In th • hi d nl) lh' 1. Liberal I 11 be1 %  '' %  \. : u are in 1 1 mm than that v x Jewrj < ob.-ei I \. 10 the p ritual W : ith an) con. m, and 1 li %  indh idual c >n .I, can 1 xp • -'li ir n I gregation uul 1 and limitations onlj a hin the scope ol the orthodoa 1 Shori J lew ish n arris a houl 1 i" 1. h devi loping lif' H thai it a while within the rB 1 %  I 1 w i-'n law He told Tl in that lei no 1 11 .• %  • m di ite %  • con* ibah aimed ranteeir 1 an 1 wife to give each othei 1 mplel love and devotion ignores .1 [undamen lewish principle 1 irtl ibbis have always 1 rwd m the matter ; H I I to trj to h 11 : I %  in the Ki tubal N infract he move %  Din, wife' Rab • •' %  %  N I :. nee of (ices. 1h %  • Ihe irta the 1 1 Sale by Chemical Research of Controlling Stock in Maule Industries Revealed Here Sale by 1 arch 1 nrporal stock in ol this I enterpi I: tl by J II Buchai M 1 id 1 h< p %  nsion "i it • facil it ION to bet) tl lilders ol S %  ac quisition bj the Ferre interests, Buchai an stres %  b) \ Fem nd his four sons, Ivi nei er bought 1 r specula%  I 1 hi j definite!) 'builders in the t tl h sound man 1 n l hard work thej expand • the \ alue nl evi ry pert) thej '1 % %  acquired They wih to enhanci holdings, not only for futui 1 %  • • rat ii ms ol their family, but also for future f their employ* es and othi %  Ich ilders 'The) have acquired the unique : selling a propIn Pui rto Rii %¡ Fern 1referred is Mr Industr) i • I bis p.ii lenci nd hard w irk in 1 ifter I : .1 dr) Luis, 1 I I itl %  tons %  N • Rica V •try %  the) of the I ,i or • %  mr tons, h ol whom owns th inrding 1 Joe Fen n ad< %  surve) of S Flo ..•and .1 h ill igo ami imprecsed with thian rowth possibility Mi persuaded and inbrothers ih.it l loi :: red an opportunity for and Pern Indus-I Maule Industries as •heir ir go inveatnn nt At that time, the) acquired a substantial amount ol Ma with the option nf acquiring control •( the compan) In thinterim, thi.-. area'.-, population trend, itresidential developments and ittOUriat trade COBtinu. 4 in an upward ipiral, further 11 %  trong position and ne tiationa were begun resulting in control Ol Maule passing to their hand*. Maule's ownership will In no a a j affei I present offl nl %  hi compan) an itorganization of personnel, which have won widespread sup rom this area's builders, Hu-* (li.in.in -.nd \ >ng the officers continued will be J 11 Buchanan as president and M K Pafford as executive vice lent and treasurer 1'. to di mands froln his other rests lure. Canada and el-e .1 Bradley Streit. who has .1chairman of the board, w.ll relinquish thiposition but continue to serve •-i board member, Buchanan stated streit who maintains Ms residence here and nember of Indian Creek and Latiorce Country Clubs, is inter nationally known .,a business man %  J %  ; sportsman 1 hemical Research Corporation, convinced of Floridapotentiaties, recently added to itvarious hold in the state b) purchasing R2. 000 acres id land in the Charlotte II irbor area, on the West Coast, and 1,100 acrenear Pompano B 11 li mi th.East 1 toast in order to diversify itinvestments and develop itother Florida properties, Chemical Research ; iration relinquish) .1 its c trailing stock iM 1 Streit ex ii Ni w in Ihe Maule • 1 ol directorwill be J irre His broth -r l.mwill be ird Among th e c.-it • ird oi direc I :\/ who will I'i din 'i Maule opera the Fein family's InI : me .1 re ident I rce < oui 1 In addition to pun ha 1 ern last year and %  halt h ... i baaed l srid 1 1 doll Ol t • inanuprodUCtl and distributi ouilden supplies, Maule h' u .,\. r ixxi mployees Itannu.i! payroll in 1981 amoontad to 1179.710 In 1961 it purch quarry land totaling 3 1 with 100.000.000 cubic yards of rock Compan) officialestimate thi> will give Maule sufficient quar ry rest 0 to 35 yean Soldinqer to Speak Miami Beach fcMaada Young Adult Zi ini-t Distrtl t will DTI an Oneg Sbabal Frid the home of Pat and Shirle;. S4-lt BSf MM Moith Bay rd. Sam Soldinger will discuss "What Christ mas Means to Me." Dr Hi rm in i( Mechlowitx, chati f tl religion -chonl of TernRmanH KI. announced the Honor Roll 'hiweek fur attend tin first quarter of all barn i] s< hool Kindei arten A Jon 1M1 in Cohen, Jay 'I n B Ar'enc Adel in in. Ellen Ruth Bpstein, Ellen Sheldon; Cl I v Danny \ o\. Rarh u 1 Bar for, llmmj Freh I.;I nberg, Deidre Ban-. Oroaa, Martha 11 ir Klempner, Bryna Ku\' 1 ] evi, Hannah Middleman, i r-ncn insky, Meredith 1 I, Billy Si 11 Leonard SI 1 • l, v tzm 1.; Ji I ArHyruan, David %  rfrr-y rTTflrnan Elainn i ph lip R ilnn. Class 2A n, Janet Hair Rcbbi David B. Hollander, presidsnt. Rabbinical Council of America, has just returned frcm a special meeting with the Chief Rabbis of Israel, British Empire, France, Belgium. Netherlands, the Beth Din of Amsterdam and other hading scholars who joined the RCA and the Rabbinical Alliance of America in condemning the recent action by the Conservative movement in eflecting changes 111 the traditional marriage contract and establishing a Beth Din. The action was described as representing "the gravest implications for the san-rtity of Jewish family life" and will not be recognized by the wcrld-wide orthodox rabbinate. Broad Appointed Apartment House Division Leader Daniel M Bt 1 1 Miami Bern h 1 usiness execul nd ch i c work <-r. was this a iek appointed chair oi the Apartment Hon.,in 1-.011 in .the I9SS Combined Jen i-h Appeal %  1 will -ii ntlj announce Ihe %  ommitti e to serve w "li him in covi y 1,800 in thiarea He o k eel .1 ch un erve •i w • sped to reach i \ crj from Blscaj ne Street to Bal Harbour said Br I, out %  art) plans (or his group in last real c.unpaid, the di \ i ion undi. Bt id i am* a ithin .1 fraction of achieving itquota He w.ialso chairman of the division in the I08J and 1953 campaigni i. iad i.• mi mbar oi the i i \ i i m paig n < al it • %  • and %  Ffttwhtff o| the briard ot gOte reO CI Community Singers Slate Celebration chain. k.i celebration will be m\ n b) th" Community Singers of tin Miami Beach Recreation Departsnent, on Sunday ovanlng, lii 2ti iti Flamingo Park Narration will he by Andy Solomon, William Wei-s. BeninSac gar, Harry Kershaw, Rose Abelson. Monica Monheit. Jean Devcns and Shirle) McCauley. Chahn Rose, of the Miami Beach Recreation Department staff, will be shames and hsht the sen candle Narration for the scene ..written h\ MrSam Ohlet/ "Americana." an operetta arranged DJ director Ben Yomen and ha-ed on authentic American folk music, will constitute the second portion of the program. leading roles for the first sctM will bo -nny b\ Bernard Schaft. Boh Orote, William \\ei— Chaitn R Evelyn Lapin, Regiaa Balm, and Sarah S Kir-ehner Por the second scene, leads will INSolomon Sylvia Kurt/. Bernard Schaft and ROM A cast of 50. including the Miami Beach Community Singers and a hillbilly band, will complete the program Margaret Yomen will Basis) at the piano li IVncI SB 11 n : Brick. JuSkP "•" % %  •• "nan. SSl r, Dial H Robert h ( lass i nbei II uets u Neil ''>"• B Sand, tit s '"'" •"' l.inda ibl Gloria B ha i K; "''" I stassri, dra Si h n kin. i Ellen I' ; ane Schv i r is s !A Sti ph '. Honriu u Kaye, J i d „ u Gerald \ W arrrn Bi Cla-s K ,ri| Click. Jarret. Sheldon Rose, Alan SI Class ID St Gross; • I Steven Robinsoi I ,-H .| vm Taj i"i Narad, RK Dessauer Class 3A Jerome chavcs.1 leniGreer Moni G Herman. II 11 ir d Bussf Cla 3B el Apnein Fred Lane I S i| Stuart Aui rbach, Alan Michael Ootchi' Jack Rabin. I 7 — Virginia '. irdan, Eilwn! Susan St ha 8 — Std Sham i %  France* I Barr) Honii Martin Lurie, Trent i ii ni Iu lurk. Ruth stein, Shi Play Due Sunday "Hori-hiiiioth. group affiliate! n e a i j with the Afcivah movement, ill pn play at the Hebrew Academy I daj evening Officers named include S.,r.i GUI, I Dorothy Nam--, WIT Yono Porush, secretary; and! Schachno. treasurer. PALMER'S MIAMI M'ami'a On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand Foi immediate Delivery! MCNUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish I Community SincelSSJ Exclusive Dwlert| ROCK of IB 1 V.EiVORIAlS jM9 TJBN y-t rva. 7-n^rnS^ Srtn rlacb' la*oo t #aeb*mky 145 Michigan A.nu. MM;OI b*ad> Phoaa S-3Sts -=rc Mount Nebo annourcej another special service to Greater Miami Jewry — without charge ior your increased pleasure Personalized Ho§godahs for Passor beautifully illustrated by Sieanl nd F "h faithfully translated and P*' !" 0 ^ ove! your family name printed on the co RISER VE HOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO THI CMMsW Of DHVHCV0H Phone MO 7-2011



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)A y, DEC EMBER 24. 1954 K enwald Urges JA Support By! sniSfS and CIVIC lead','t|i, San S '" %  | ,1 "' Su "' Jewrj mu I ; „,nsibility of iolv1 current!) i 1. lr isina Ihc initial gift* comr 0 1 1955 Greater Miami i. h Appeal, Rosen ihal the miraculous pro b demonstrated in the growth %  snel result* from the gencrjjpport of the riA and the %  tag-wide community campaigns L, ,„-, i m racing the Jewish Le m French Morocco arc reLed anti-Semitic riots and the Cjeroui rise oi Aral) nationalism Rosenwald stated. Acj ;n g to the t 'A chairman, gOVJSMDI forces are ineffective in Er efforts to control the uprisBigration to Israel appears to i-,,. onl) solution, he pointed and the families must move %  o the new State at the rale of 1.000 per year from North Africa. knt S35.(D.000 will be required Ihandle this Immigration of "atIcted" periii. those having reed medical treatment for difaa uid able to engage in gainI employment. tkairman Carl Weinkle presided Jibe breakfast meeting at which Iports were heard by Morris W krir.stein. national campaign lairman of I MA. and Ellis Radin%  ..nt executive vice chairin of the I'nited Jewish Appeal. "We will nol allow any foreign Itar.glements to endanger the surjval of the State of Israel," said trinstein. prominent Syracuse, a* York business and communal Wet 'The fate of Israel — the ih lemocrac) in the Middle Bast depends pretty much on Ameren Jewry's generosity." he dean d i in give us the strong prt we need, the rest of the UnitStal communities will follow hd succeed in their campaigns." I lewish Appeal caml Sam .1 Heiman asI lers that "the Miami Immuiuc. Hill meet the challenge | atesl -urn of lifehistory in 1985." House Committee Urged To Investigate Faschts -.[ ,'. tfOfl vnt Ition League ol B'n ii | urged (hat the II i be encou groups Hi • tional i li in lan, di lished, bul on the H in"', e's staff a ; • • defen e ol Vmerii n He said the con be congratulate I and a | %  the report, which specifical I a Vorkville neo Fascist grou| ed the Nation) 1 Rcnaissanci Partj and "Common Sense," a hati lication edited bj anti-Semitic publisher Conde McGinley, in N• %  %  was "neo ssarilj preliminarj I in nature Schultz said 'it is essential that jthe committee delve into the mure widespread and dangerous hateI moagering of l h e Gerald L K. Smith, the Joseph P Kamps, the reborn Ku Klux Klan movements and the many other individuals and organizations who constitute a 'threat to American beliefs and practice100 Club Installs IGJnsburg President Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro Will install the newly elected officers and board of directors of the Hade County 100 Club at a banquet Wednesday evening, .lan 5 in the Algiers hotel, The chili, now m itthird year. consists of one selected representative from the area's professional. trade and industrial fields The 1955 slate of leaders are Ben Zion Ginsburg, president; Jules p, Channing and George B. Feller, vice presidents; Helen Alpert, executive secretary; Peter N. Brooks, treasurer Directors are Leonard II Glasser. outgoing president. Harold Prince. Harr> Pinsky, Bernard E. Selevan, Dr Seymour € Schneider. Al Sherman. Maxwell .1 Mangold, Sam Jackowitz, Samuel .1 Barg, Harry Gordon, S) Brooks and Sid Davidson == == ^ = t !" ht£t****>r PAGE 3 A Local B'nai B'rith leaders discuss mass initiation of new members scheduled for the Fontainebleau hotel Monday evening. Shown (standing left to right) are Mitchel Wolfson, Gershon Miller, Mrs. Jack Wein, Mrs. Murray Lazarus, Mrs. Helen Sanders and Sol Bodian. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Joe Newman. Jack Kirschbaum, Edyth Fleisher and Mrs. Fannie Reich. Philip M. Klutznick, international B'nai B'rith president, will be guest of honor. Group to Install Officers on Monday Daughters of Israel will hold an annual Chanuka luncheon in the Victor hotel on Monday noon. Installation of officers will take place. Officers are the Mesdames Aaron S. Lauer. president; Herbert Berber, vice president; Chaim Kagan. vice president; Saul Porush, recording secretary; Sidney Rosen b e r u corresponding secretary; Morris HorovitZ, financial secretary; and Pauline Chill, house chairman. Chairman ol the event is Mrs. Joseph Shapiro pty at Emanu-El lr. cell hi it ion of the festival of | i lUS -eh.d of El will hold a mornin according R Mechlowitz, ihc sen •"! Progi am n ni dram I Ru h Rudii UCommittea Executive pita Miami kl i tional oi i the conunu irtnu i.t ,r executive committee chairPan ij|l B'nai IVrith Councils of Lodges and Women's Chapters of South Florida Cordially Invite You to Join and Participate in the Mass I nil* hit ion Ceremonies to be held in the GRAND BALLROOM of the FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL MONDAY, DECEMBER 27th.. 8 P.M. fa* ut hor to Speak %  • Hi'lga Eason. director of ">murni> relations of the Miami I I C '•'•"•ary. will be panelist on l h 7 r,m a < he Coral Gables JewEg ,. nu '< Tuesday evening, Dec. %  speaker will be Nathanemreb. author of 'The Baby *in, „,, .. Jhe Sonerti& Phlll p M. Klutznick, ^-^ft^aS about the war against polio from P' e "Y, £ ^ vivacious Koslosk,. the 1955 March of Dun.. PJ*r g ^ "MayMay/-a. h.r fr^J call^jrj. c ^ B nai ficiaries of previous drives. w> ith olher com B'rith throughout the ^% !" *\ 1 g£*LdM to defeat the munity service organizations^in r'^ Foundalion for dread disease. Sponsored by^ he JNaUo H^ ^ ^ ^ Infantile Paralysis h ^mpa^gn ^h^Y fe sponsor spe 3 to 31Local umts are now oeing y cial B'nai B'rith day.. The Oldest and Largest Jewish Service Organization WOMEN'S CHAPTERS: Emma Lazarus chapter (Busini -& Professional) Hollywood Tropical North Dade Miami Chapter North Shore Chapter Eleanor Roosevelt Flamingo Chapter LODGES: MO 7-2683 H 2-1907 UN 6-7520 7-7202 48-7943 UN 6-5084 MO 1-0029 88 8137 Miami Beach Sholom North Dade North Shore Coral Gables Flamingo Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-2715 52435 82-5664 66644 UN 6-8388 48-5187 64-1883 2-4601 Isaac Levin 4-5160 West Miami MO 1-9017 I



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Temple Emanu-EI Plans Testimonial To Honor Friedland Samuel Friedland. president of Temple Emanu Kl for more than eight year>. will he honored by the congregation at a te>timonial dinner on Sunday nigjit. Jan. 23. The function, expected to attract several hundred congregants and communal leaders, is scheduled for the Di Lido hotel. Friedland will be feted for his "continued outstanding service as rounder, pioneer and president of Temple Kmanu Kl." Bccordinfl to Samuel Halperin, who will act aa dinner chairman Halperin, .1 vice president 'i tin synagogue, said that both numbers of the Temple ..rid Mr li ierll;.nds ether tnends il be invited to the dinner. "Under FYiealand's inspiring leadership," t b < %  a n n ounceroent lated, "our congregation has • ov n %  .' mi mbership of 1.000 Hies, making it the largest Conerval lion in t h < %  Rabbi In ing Lehrman, spiritual li .. %  i. r 'i T< I 1 point. ii n it that Friedland has "d*vot%  ii unselfish leadi rship to innumerble 1 • .1-. non sectarian, private enterprise and governmenprojects, .111 I 1one "f the out%  ding lead) rs A lew • da) Chairn 1 rd o( Pood Ston 1 urrently I II,il X lc> I • ..I the .). M li l hi nli',,. ,,l Seminar} "I Amermmittei nd has 1' 'I ..ii .utr..' role in t mted %  wish Appeal, Isra i and • r Miami Jew ish Fi deration xnning and 1 \n outstanding nation; | • h • dinner w ill !>• %  1 nth isterhood Meets Sisterhood ol Zamora Jewish nter held .. dessert luncheon at 1 entei W ednesdaj < hairtnan MrPhilip Catsman and Mrs ..it Davidow, co-chairman Hostes were Mrs Irving Platofl Mrirris Rosenfeld and Mr1 harlcs isenbt Samtl hifUmnd TB Seal Sale Leaders Urge Returns Before Saturday Evening At a meeting earlier tinweek, official,,f (he Dad* mintv Tuber culosis Association reported 'hit the TB Seal Sale had reached a tut.il HI SHOH47. nr almost t^ l>T cent ol tli.' goal ill 1135.000 Joe N demons, president >>i the association, announced Ihe appoint .11. lit of.) \ McAlthlir aa \0I1111 leer consultanl to the buainen di vision follow up committee Mc Arthur served ..Seal Sale ch.nrman in 1991 and ill as-i-t u tei Cook, 1964 chairman, in urging business Imu-eto gel in their contributions now 1 .1.>k ii .1 Mi \riliur Issued %  > joint plea ..-kmc the more than IIMMMKI Dade 1 ountians, who have spondl •! '" 111.ill their (ni; >nin Saturda) i m Monda) ni^ht. 1.") members of the I • %  • Bach Club, all arre-ted tuberculosu patient-, put on a part) for 2fi hospitalized tbulerCUlar patients at the ihe-t unit at Jackson Memorial Hospital The party 1arranged annually b) the local association and included tree trimming, distribution of individual gifts and eight entertainers scheduled by .Mr-. Jacob Van Zuiden. the association volunteer service chairman Miami Wholesale Corporation 120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 rVe Carry a Complete line of linens for HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES Cannon Sheets — Blankets — Towels — Bed Pads Pillow Cases — Spreads — Dish Towels Plastic Goods, etc. Fully Air Conditioned Ample Parking GLASS F0R IVItl PURPOSE v m p jToti FRONT PIATE -d WINDOW GIAS MASS Panfttn rapt, Reveled Mirror. Mi teiirvenno Oar Soattodfr l~ & la. I-I.iss and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-2728 Mfrii Orlim II II ST irhvrt firm HIGHEST IN RESERVES MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL a ilviwC IMD tOIN A NOtHSHO*tl*ANCH MAIN OHIO i0 U!M SHOIl llAMCH 7lsl and Harding A,t linols Iml o4 WovlnaUi A.t. 6S *,>,,,,„ ,, PRUDENT MANAGEMENT MAKES POSWRIE Oil I ]% DIVIDENO Ruwitch Accepts Chairmanship of Palsy Telethon p-ank Smathers, -'r. president <>f il,.. cni'ed Cerebral Paiaj to weii Uon "I Miami announced this week In • i <•• ROWHI h M"preaMeiit ,,„ i genera : "' vvrvj. has i %  >, %  h lirmanship of the annual United ("erehral I'alsy Teleihoii ih, 18 hour telethon will take lee Kumitck i %  • %  n I 23 %  >' the Mi %  mi B > h \-i I • u and will be tunnel 4 • •. mber of %  i i niti i l| Mi i h %  .mil ., 11 : • o| 'he organin • m i set \ ities %  di. n h i %  n ih %  • niw %  of I'ni Smath 0 %  numl n iw erves 221 With i i %  h %  <'• %  h.i-e in the .it the clinic Mf off the press 'UVi A HUNDRED YEARS HAPP, tr %  f 01. ABRAHAM V.Dltj W Noted philosopher, natural hygieni-t in H a ,„ k .h.. popuiarrtiajhly pralM (l ICMlk / u,n r "I "The Rood to Health am/ Happier Livmo" "Spinoza: A Life of Reason" Here is a rhartnimf little rolome which ia mnnu. Mental Physical Emotional Health Dr. WO/'IOB trill ••• how fc..xM tht 0 f 73 %  IHD mi fc.w YOH m, r 4. .fce ,.-.,. r. *k, am a copying 2lSl UHH S.ok. f-Sj .W only SJ.00 .. ,fc, S,j„ 0la f Z m faSTfl IHn $1., firm' reech. ft >"*m, ]* S^inaro FtniM fr Moll Education meefi every Saturday 0 ||, rn | Sunday aaeaiBJ o' thi above addr?js. Admitiion it re ; lee f.wifcfc MliOl AUIED SERVICE "AAT"AAAOtY" "MAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracks tatoitt Italy $J9m and Painting 3-2244. 2-4452 S40 S.W. 8th Street Up to Data Van Service LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storatja 32S N. E. 2nd Aeenu. PHONE 2 541 1 HAGIFR r T ERAl HOME JEWISH CENTER MfUrf Aiosr HAintfui itwim mmim HOME 24-Heer Amb.lor.Cf Service Phone 4-6414 2M7 W. FIA61EH STREET, MIAMI MITCHEll JACMT, ff. REGULAR HOME SERVICE Regular vittti to your h.me are the better and note eronomical wiy DRYWOOD TERMITES ERADICATED NYLON TENT MtWOD Straight l-Voar Ouarant*. on OrywooO or Subterranean Trmnin TRULY NOLEN. i Hfianiiet' MIAMI — Ml liica,ni Blvd. 82-6441 IIAMI BEACH — 1741 Alt.n Head 5-3444 Bailders if luirtal Meairials far tie rrort 0 man Jewish Trade DG@ OPENING SATURDAY DECEMBER 25th Post lime Aim. 25c Look for th# 2-Sto*y White Building Thurmond Monument Ci. MARKERS S40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES 0a* — WT PWo H-tI4t W6ST FLAGL€? %  r.vwvwawecooccaaaw woai > OBBI enaoo aana 4K^BMO K€NN€L CLUB



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Iflv nrrF MBER 24, 1954 kprrc n U nary Feature =?Lk^tIkrHtori PAGE 3 B eligion Professor Reveals Meaning of Conversion Activity roups imily ROBERT GORDIS AJP alt Ill n \ ition '•!! .. |i,,i with a J< H who %  th( l -.tin' i„\' r, I |„. j, not n quired to acci pt the J( i faith. The more i Kt< Talmud a new and revolu%  -( precept and practici incumbent upon ihi Jew inatural In view ol the function Israel must disi harge in proclaiming the unit) ol and Himoral law In the world. Thidoctrine ol the laws ol %  is extremely interesting from -e\ eral pointi of view n repn in esfcnoe athcir>Mj universal re ligum binding upon all men II i%  y doctrine came to flower. Laws of the Sons h|oab According to Jewish %  king, il"' rorah consist* of til ,,| thirteen commandEj which are binding upon %  j,. 'lln-. however, docs nut tjgg llni "• w '" u ,er darkOn Hi 1 contrary, there are f n fundamental religious and principles binding upon all nan beings all "f whom are the (l { No. ih These command lit. comprise the prohibition of Hairy. Adultery, Murder and fft, the avoidance of blasphemy I cruelty to animals, and the esllishmi'iit ol ,i government based land ordi r When these prinII,..,. upon "huh all civilized soly depend-, are observed, the Ljew habecome worthy of I • • I 'in' observance ol %  Ju'j iH'.Mi-ili.ii vmer ican. Da) on .in j tth Whal i il both Frenchmen eedom to which these "' %  %  : Ji wish misctivit) has a tan ible hi characteristic of Judaism th.it the '""'" (l '"" ""' rtem ln emphasis is upon action rather than upon mere belief, upon cal living rather than upon cree lc documentation from the litI roups and statetheir leaders demon c ubversive quali .. .mi %  to Hispiritual well 1 ol '"""• but, quite the coni respeel lor the infinite color ol hum. m personalitj For the right ol men to think for them implies llnright to think %  !l '' • tl) in our da) emphasis upon conformity is all powerful and tindemocratic attitude In ren as well as in government seems weak and vacillating as against uncompromising authoritarian systems Ultimately, however, freedom must prevail if re| ligion ito be worthy of its rule and men are truly human. For there ino real religion unless men worship Good freely out of the fullne.-of their love for Him and out [of their deepening knowledge of the world that he hacreated. It cannot he denied, however, that there is burning need of missionaries today. Our generation requires Jewish missionaries to the Jews and as many thoughtful Chris tians have recognized. Christian missionaries to the Christians. The ta-k of ~uch consecrated spirits Ultra-modern, futuristic conception of Columbus and his discovery of America, wrought in metal, is displayed at the Tercentenary historical exhibit in New York. Names of the five Jews who accompanied Columbus on his voyage are listed on the scroll. (AJP Photo) AAA g k 11__ J 4 71 j hen. past president, Orlando Lodge ZUU TO ATTcUQ AZ.A. of B'nai B'rith; Milton Brickman, VV ,W ,,v,, "*"" p rPs ident, Orlando Bnai B'rith B 'liai Q'riftk £irlr Lodge; Mrs. Maurice Marcus, presiIIdl D nill Ull lb I dent, Orlando B'nai BYith Wom.. eAi I i e ns Chapter: and Jules Lichter, Meeting in Orlando ( Two hundred high school youths, members of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls, will convene in must he to win those who are Jews Orlando Dec. 26 through 30, it was or Christians, merely by accident announc H e \ b y/ udg f.^ lo r n J"f r man and Sydney Adler. co-cnairAleph. Two Miami teen agers, Barbara Pearl, freshman at the University of Miami, and George Lefcoe, senior at Miami Senior High School, both presidents of the State Associations of Bnai B'rith Girls and of birth to a fervent and enlightm( n ()f tht vouth commit tee rep-1 AJephZadik Aleph, will lead the ened loyalty toward their ancestral resenting the Florida Federation of five-day event. B'nai B'rith LodgeAnnua basketba „ championship Focuof the convention will be ournamen t will feature last year's on leadership training. Kickoff unncrs up and 1952s championreligion. For like everything else th.it is worthwhile, true religion mu-t begin at home tea Robinson Wolfson Named To AJC Group Richard Wolfson, WTVJ Wo"bin-on 1 I irresponsible atI) condemn the ol citizens are i h Pre Ident's pment i | e in reaction to '. e "i subversive P • Protestant clergy. Pthe House Com I National Catholic 1-rence, the National %  iri hes ol Christ in Vmerican Jewish to offer assistance in 1 the Work of the House jmittee might be carefully apf-i'l for unj suggestions, which 1 Met Shortly there r. repre ent itivea of the three • met with the House 11 use Committee has made r-' commendable start into the Mex -uhterranean reaches of the extreme right." Robinson conmetco attorney, has been appointtinued "The two groups which are cd program chairman ol the Greatures i fully exposed b) its report are ol er Miami Chapter, Imenean Jewvention the most blatant variet) and there ish Committee Bg observed b) the report it\ member ol the Greater Miami self, more readil) recognized chapter executive committee and Other individuals and organiza (nrmerl) editor of its "News Lei lions have develop) I -" at< r •. u d his committee for tii.' bi recalled that little yi ar ago, President nd therefore, ii tn publicl) declared: cap exposure, will do even gn damage to American ; erfeel thi ] injecting into political wide \.iin ty ol qu tions subl the loyalty of o laii : ethnk grou] fl as subi ivi ih e i •' %  with their i < dards "Today, i th in "i' lr cope with the worldwide threat ol Communism 9 % %  d :: deavor to strengthen democratic forces, it more th.m evef necesssW) '" ,, E ainst malicious movements striving to foment racial and religious discord." w jH ; %  for the basic I i the i %  .1 b) Herbert %  Leo idem not %  the communit) on I ; ,... problems lation. Oi |. rticular concern to will be the McCarran Immigration Acl .."'I currei to nuke I ein it, h( said speaker will be Congressman A. S. (Syd) Herlong, of the 5th District of Florida. Oth er promi. nent Florida fi'4 Bt the con will include C. -M. Gay state comptroller: M a) or .1 Rolfe Davis, of Orlando: Judson tetcoe Walker. Orange I i inty supei n Chai :••0 jr pn sident ol Colonial stati Bank, Orlan lo; I Samuel M. Mallinger, Congi .,..„ ohev Shalom; Dr, E. •' Pen.. Pastor, First Meth lisl Church; Dr. R ilph :.. Mi h, Plymouth i ship team. Hurricanes AZA, competing against Gator AZA, of Jacksonville. State "Sweeiheart" honor will be sought by four candidates including Rosen Benson, representing .lack Rosen AZA. and Phyllis Pearl, AZA No. 322. both of Greater Miami: Rosalind Schwartz, Heni Moiuky BBYO, Daytona Beach; and Carol Safer, representing Orlando AZA New Portrait Studio Holds Open House Hen Becki r and Ralph Bargt<;l this week bnnounced their asJ sociation in tha E. Allen Becker lit Stin'i i at 41 it St. and Alii held opm ers; Milton D BI nek. Orlando InhouM -,,,. (!% v through Thursday. where Becker's pot traits and salon ,i Assi .itii n -i a m e 15 general man iger, Ivey's DeStore, Orla A. P. Phillips, Jr., pr sident, Phillips Adnd Public Relations Co. order of B'nai B'rith photograi h) n n on exhibit. A nationally known camera artist, Becker has won numerous prizes and is a member of the W jl be represented bj Louis OssinPhotographic Society oi America. sk) sr pre Ident of District Bargteil will be in charge of all d Lodge No. 5, Barney J. Cooutside commercial activity. (Irani m Branch Schedules anuka Fete Saturday Nik Branch 290 will hold a uk celebration at the Royal nan restaurant on Saturday ing. F^r Here],Ke| eme r. of Mi Wbri w School and Congregaill present a musical pro^ will be Dr. Isaac Un" %  ind Yehuda Elberg. Also ill DC Max A.tor. Nath%  •"kapan and ik-ryl Morrison. P:ii preside THE TERCENTENARY STORY CopyrUbC 1984-1> AmertCiD Je*Ub Preu 1 IL The Jews in the Amdrican Revolution Text by DANIEL ELAZAR Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGQ -AA/P JEWISH SOLDIERS cgNQUcrmo THEMSELVES WITH SUPC8B SKILL AMP BRAVERY OAI THE BATTIEF/ELPI



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UOM nmrn TURNS i CO/M/C W/TH TALL TALE ftdl^wiislbJEIIiOiciidlilQun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1954 KETUBAH CHANGES CAUSE GLOBAL FRACAS \ SECTION B JA Names Mrs. Simonhoff 1955 Women's Division Head the %  P, Samuel Simonhoff, of 5925 habitation programs set into ar the Eh Bayshore n Unlimited." the Wo men's DiMrs. stmonhoff, appointment to S^SSTSS!^ "V h '/ Ml the post of chairman climaxes many years of service ,n the CJA '" "l-V,'r"three" ami Beach Auditorium, which traded nearly 2 (XX) per ,natdrives, and with the Greater Miami Mrs Simonhofl was pre idem „i Hadassah, Greater Jewish Federation She | S a me,,,. M,„„ TT^T^T ber of the board of governors and pSn X l,a' ni ^ „" She has directed many even,, for rtho doxy Condemns Move labbis. Without Accord On Ketubah Amendment -harp difference of opinion among Greater Miami rab! with regard to the' recent actakcn by the conservative jrement in altering the tradilal Jewish Marriage contract establishing a Beth Din. in Miami, told The Jewish Klond ian that "reform Judaism has discarded the Ketubah as irrelevant" and that so far as divorce is con cerned. "a civil divorce Is as good as any for us." In speaking on the Rabbinical bile liberal and reform spirit-, Council of America's statement said Mrs. Simonhoff. outlining tenleaders here are joining with that a wide schism may occur servative opinion in support of j among representative movements recently suggested Ketubah iof U. S. Jewry should the proposed worked with the Ml Sinai Auxil iarj serving as vice president in 949 she i s ,, member of Temple l-rael and other social and cul tural groups The Simonhofl family has lived in Miami fur 30 year., cuminoriginally from Charleston, S.C. Two married daughters. Mrs. Arthur Epstein and Mrs Phillip Welnsteln,' also reside in Miami Her son. Judah Michael. 17. attends the Ashevilla Preparatory School, and a daughter. Sherma. 13 is in junior high. "Plus Giving, will be the theme oi our Women's Division in 1955." nge. The Jewish Floridian has ncd that local orthodox rabbis orou-lv oppose the amendment. (io rabbi will officiate in any ecity in any ceremony where new Ketubah will be used, eral orthodox spiritual leaders eated, emphasizing the unaniof feeling they hold with a ement made some ten days ago [ %  • tatives of the RabbiniCouncil of America in New rganitatiofl of the index rabbinate. tbbi J • %  11, Narot, spiritual IT of thi reform Temple Israel Ketubah change be carried forward and that excommounic.it ion may be the result. Rabbi Narot said that "this orthodox threat is unrealistic. The force of Jewish life is too strong." he said, "and the Rabbinical Council will be running against the tide." Should "liberal thinking" Jews be "read out of Judaism." the Tern pie Israel spiritual leader added, "they will continue in any case to Kjrve our ancient and revered tradition in their own way and a. they deem neci isarj Excommunication can re.illv have no effect on anyone todaj The current wrangle arose as a result of ., joint announcement late in November bj the facultj of the Jewish Theological Seminary ot America, national organization of the conservative rabbinate, in | which Professor Saul Lieberman, I Dean of the Seminary's Rabbinical School and Professor of Talmud, worked out a plan for the establishment of a Beth Din set up by the Seminary which would have the authority "to counsel us in the light of Jewish tradition." The Rabbinical Council of Amer ica immediately replied thai the | "conservative rabbis a r >• incompetent to make basic changes In marital obligations and thai they lack authorit) to establish a Beth Din Joining with Rabbi Narot in sup port of the conservative view were Continued on Pge 6 B tative plans for the campaign which open, officially Jan. 13. "This year we intend to achieve our quota and set an example for women volunteers throughout the United States." Mrs. Simonhoff will serve as a member of the official campaign cabinet to blue print the drive. She conferred with MrJack A, Ablin and Mrs Louis Glasser, former division chairmen at a cabinet lunch eon Fridav in the SanSouci hole! Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff Local Combined Jewish Appeal leaders hear William Rosenwald (seated left), general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, outlining Jewish needs overseas, in the Middle East and Israel. Seated with Rosenwald are Morris Berinstein and Ellis Radinsky, of New York City, who met the Miami group for discussions at the Sans Souci hotel. Shown standing are Carl Weinkle. initial gifts chairman; Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Sam J. Heiman, CJA chairman; and Dr. Morris Goodman, Federation budgst committee chairman. Egypt Bat Galim Hoax Boomerangs Fgst at UN By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP : ed. her crew charged with shoot; ing and killing innocent — albeit The crew of the Bat Galim is to non-existent fishermen — the Govbe released. Thus ran the gist of a ernment of Israel accused of vioreluctant Egyptian admission that latlr "? ,he Armistice, and a colorthe ten Israeli sailors, captured f ul s,or > thereby sure of considerwhen the Bat Galim was seized on ab,e s P ac<> ,,n the front pages of the its way through the Suez Canal world P res *rt turned out, of several weeks ago. must now be course, that the victims could not freed for lack of sufficient evibe found; that the ship was totally deuce to warrant further detention, unarmed; that no motive whatsoln the meantime the (en young •* could be established and that men spent, and are -till spending, in the development of the case their days in Egyptian jails; the hp Egyptians tried by all means. eargo of the Bat Galim. in a blaf;,lr and f ul. to keep the United tantlv piratical gesture, was put up Nations from the thorough and opfor public auction; the fate of the en investigation of the absurd alvessel her.-eli remains to be delegations. Among the lighter cided. and the freedom of that notes of the United Nations' Armisgreat international waterway and Uce Commission's search for one Ihe rights of men to navigate it shred of evidence in the Suez area freely now hangdramatically in which reached us in the testimony the balance. provided by anonymous Egyptian observers of the Bat Galim's legenThal Egypt has now haltingly dafy .,„.,<.,.. of cm r>ie h ,, v ..,„, conceded to the demands of Israel j( wus ;m ,„..„.,, snip Even at and finally promised to release the Bat Galim's seamen is a fact which, perhaps, punctuates the public expose of a major Arab hoax, not the first in a substantially long line of such hoaxes, perpetrated, il is to be assumed, in the hallowed name of psychological warfare. And here indeed was a masterpiece The Bat Galim. already cleared and prepared for entrance into the Canal. W8S -udileiilv hoardJoseph f. Birr ^Says H ouse Committee's Report DoesiVH io Far Enough W V Calls for Universal Military Training night, the Star of David was visible from the funnel of the murderous ship. Soneone had slipped up badly in the matter of briefing. The Bat Galim, as almost all those involved with the case knew, had no funnel, was not a steamship, and emild not possibly have been identified by sight at night. The total collapse of the entire story will, it is to be hoped, aid those, within the UN and outside this august body, who find it hard to disbelieve Arab propaganda, made respectable by its appearance in the major newspappers throughout the world, to isift aid question its product more carefully. But th:s iby no means the most with the National mun "> Relations r'' 1 % %  "i criticizing Advisory ,h V' ,W ', ueso im ^ue during the lrt Congress. So important aspect of the Bat Galnn lw d,SCU ''v. u Z „•• nizaar as the -incentive program" icase. Another issue, broader by "" 1 "'" ""*;„, M "' concerned, the Jewish War Veterfar than the exposure of the Arab '"" : un efSa /"'';..,; or commander called a "terrible tactics, or even than the light cast %  nd '..wTste^he training of bomber pi-'upon Egypt', basic attitude to111 n '' "%  | 0 t, -a. well over $100,000" and the House %  American Activities Commit" ''• recenl stand with re lit,. | !''"' I '"" 1 oi',:a,':/ati BJII &f •year-old Washington at> e > "ho vva, elected to his post national J WV convention in nm "" ones that could have been ls|b l> uncovered." radio technicians at sis.ooo. "on.y to have them serve three or four to make its position known on this "•Pi i Barr, national comgroup's announcement was noi .me discriminate against any ment of JWV function in tne ( enouih trained men pressed its dissatisfaction with | shj jn on (he groun d s of flag, lei House Sunday on the campus of tmr, so me of the "procedures of in( The na-1 w„h combat p.rtjn ^ ^^ ^ ^^^ Con(mo#d „„ p-g •For five years, Jewish veterans ha ve been calling lor universal Barr revealed, "and now i should ti havV'alr. idj served be the Hist ones to g w ar, as the) are under the present reserve syst, m years. The incentive program, he said, would be designed to help conserve some of this valuable trainUu at great government expense ships of all nations, wherever I durum for longer government use. bound, have the right of free and tid that men called durin "",,',, ( n r g njng % gain to the qU e. sti on unimpeded passage through the wardthe Armistice Agreement, is the basic question of free passage through the Canal. International Law speaks clearly here. Both under the Constantinople Convention and under the Security Council's resolution (September 1, 1951), the Barr the University of Miami '"plained that the House tional veterans commander told Ban



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PAGE 6 A *lwisli ntrtgan. inPAY^ECEMBB, 24 Diamond Rings For Fiancees, Wedding Bells For New Bridd Renee Ellis Chooses March (> for Wedding Miss Renee tllii Renee Ellis an I Han ej Leifm.in are making plans for their wedding March <> in Waldman'a hotel, Miami Beach. The bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs Max Ellis, 1851 SW 19th st Miami, announced the couple's betrothal this week Mr Leifman ithe son "I Mr and Mrs Harrj Leifman, 2425 Ha ii pl Ml ill i I'.i ach Mi-Ellis atti n Ic I Miami Senior Hi ; •• %  i and the l niver sit) ol Miami \\ hile al the t of M she was Irea ur< r ol hi r soror i' Phi S Sigma, and a member of Hilla I Foundation Mr Leifman attend) d Ihe L'ni\> rsitj ol Minnesota and Miami ;uiil served with the i S Navj during World War II He is cur i iati i wrii Benj & 1 suppl) firm here Miss Roberta I. Aditr Adler, Dorfman Plan for Spring Mr and Mrs Jack Adler, 3008 Marseille Ir.. Miami Beach, announce Ihe engagement ol their daughter, Roberta Jane, to Ronald Charles Dorfman Mr Dorfman ithe son ol Mr, and Mrs Harry Dorfman, Cocoa, Fla The bride-to-be attended the University of Illinois and is a uate HI the University "i Miami Mr Dorfman is a graduate of the Universit) "i Kentucky where he M ,ia member ol '/.< la Bi la Ti u fraternity. He set ved tw j ears in th ed forces both in the State* nd in i\"i %  i ombal em im %  t .' %  t • he ian insuranc i Miami Beat h The couoie plan to be married in earl prins. and make their hi me in I Miss Lorraine Zimmermen Zimmerman, (ioldman Troth Told \i .i famil) iimner party in the Zimmerman home, Saturday night, Mr and Mrs Nat Zimmerman 1751 SW Till -t announced the i mint ui their daughter, Lorraim lo il> Goldman Mr Goldman is the son ol Mr and MrLouis Goldman, Bronx. N.Y., who came down for the en enl announcement Mr Goldman lives at 541 NW 108th si He was graduated from Cambridge ol Radio B; %  >.! li I the College "i the • It) ol Ni w Vork .mil :now majoring in I the Ui of Ml an i MiZii n was gi ai from Mia Uivh Scli lUuinick, Roseman Wedding Ceremony Al (iables Center Wedding ritt for Ellen Let Rudnick and Neal Ira Ros< were held Dec 19 afternoon at the (oral Gables Jewish Center Rabbi Morris'Skop officiated .it the doable ring ceremony Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Rudnick, "'.17 Palermo ave Coral Gables, the bride was married with a rmt: that belonged to her grandmother The groom ithe son <>f the Harry Rose mans. 889 East 27th st.. Hialeah Maul of honor was Mi-Evelyn Kent, cousin of the bride from v m York Miss Enid Bogner and MrRichard Keeker were brides ii,.iidMr\ Lawrei ce Ro i term law ol the gTOOm, kept the it I k inat ti ndants im i Lawrence Roseman, brother ..( the groom, who acted as beat man Edward Rudnick, brother of 'he bride, and Richard Meeker were ushers Newlywed Mrs. Roseman gradu aii d i r o m Miami Senior High School and inow a -> nioi at the L'niversitj ol Miami, where -h. majoring in food technolo) Mr Roseman graduated from Miami Senior llich School and ialso %  senior at the University ol Ml ami, where he majorin chemistry and ia Physics Laboratory assistant \ reception at the Coral (iables Jewish Center followed the ceremony Out-of-town gueatl included Mrs. A Papier. Philadelphia. Pa.. Mf and MrBenjamin O-trow. Mr and MrS Kahinowitz. Miss Kuth Katzenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kent and Rosalind Kent. Mr and MrJosfa Lewis, Mr EdWard I b, Mr. and Mrs George Kent and Evelyn Kent and Mr. and Mrs. J Goldstein, all from New York. Following a two-week motor trip ; through Florida, the couple will j reside at the University of Miami dormitories. Mrs. Heol I. lairmsn PERSONALLY Miss Kan i. \ ncj Bttl %  Ol I >e trail Mich is spending the boil days with her grandmother, Mrs Nathan Fishman, ol lTti.i Daytonia rd Miami Bess h • Mr and Mrs i> IM Nowak l their daughters, Carol, Rita and Laura, arrived Sunda> from Belle Harbor. Long Island' \ V The] will be here ior the hottdaj and will IK' at home at 339 SW 24th rd ( Miami, he WM affiliated with Alpha Ep-ilon Pi fraternity The groom is presently employed by Sunstate Slacks Tampa. Fla A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at the Colony. Among out ot town guests were Mr and Mrs Aaron Fallick. New VORK CITY Mr and Mrs Lawrein, Hahlow. Boston; Mr and Mrs. Samuel Kati, Baltimore, and Mr. and Mrs Raymond Katz. Washington The Katons left for New York City by plane, where they will spend their honeymoon. Kopelowilz, TroeknninTroih^ Misi Joyce Bruckner Joyce's Troth Told By Bruckners Mr and Mrs. A I> Bruckner. lt><(*i Jefferson ave Miami Beach. announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce! to Air Pone it Ronald Millslein Miss Bruckner attended Syracuse University, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon social sororitj she will be %  graduate of George Washington University. Mr Millstein, son of Mr and Mrs Nathan Millstein, of N( *> irk. la graduate of Cornell I'mversit) when he was %  member ol Alph i Epsilon Ft He is attending the Georgetown gradu l In Washington 'i he wedding eenmon) will take plac J ; 30 %  lh< Delano hotel in Miami Bi." li *2> .V. Mill lay Koptlowiti Wedding belU will rini June for Jo) Kopclowitz and I ard Trot km.in Joy's pamtil and Mrs M .1 KopelowiU, 3301 26th rd Miami who lornullrj oounced Ihe coupli i i ngag at a famil) iimner thihonor the couple al "P?n ho and serve cocktail* in thi-ir I on Sunday afti noon, Dei 26 joy met How ard in th.' -urn of 1953 at SanSoiiri h !( duril llllal col,Ml,' nl Sigl Mu ti.ii. rnitj ol which Hn was rec irdi r s The bridi i in Californi i, Pmi cresl derdale and WB> .1 .iluiited Miami s, ni n I ihe W .1%  in:." • i tti sod in* of Phi Delta G mma social ell Howard, iili 11 i1 Mr MrBernard Trockman, Eussl Ind He will I graduated !n Indiana Universlt) ill June. The couple'planare to rotunl college, where Howard will tinue Kradu.it.work ti''ird law degree Jean Wassernian Picks March '11 Farly sprmweddiBI


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PAGE 8 A Academy Women Mark Chanuka Hebrew Academy dramatics and choral groups held a Chanuka (As ti\;ii at the annual membership tea of Hebrew Academj Women Wed 11 clay in the Tides hotel. Mrs lack Donnerstag directed the choral group, Mrs Sidney Rubinowitz, president, inducted new members. A report on the progress of the Academy's annual pictorial journ al and plans for Hebrew Academy Week were outlined by Mrs Irving Firtel. journal chairman, and Mrs. S A Goodman, co-chairman A J HTM +Jelsl>f k>ri(Mar 7 b-j LEAH LEONARD FRIDAY. DECEMBIJ, ( M muka 111 "I Sunday evening and ifollowed closely •>> mid v. inter vacations tor students id grade -* heol and college it iwell to plan lor parties ions; i" advance, eaneciall) if you are expecting SOIIN and daughters and their e frk nds How about baking some Krut Cakes? Here i> a re dpi (or Fruit ( -ike-, you can bake a! once for both Chanuka parties Combine .'"n a cookie sheet Bake lo to ifl minutes longer at 27. r > deg l The ula/c BM) bi' bruahed on levenl thnes during thiaddition al hakinu with good results When cold, be sure to wrap cakes sepa rately in aluminum foil before re turning to tins or pans that have been rarefull] waahed and dried. Conference of Educators To Consider New Methods NSW YORK -A conference on new techniques in religious ediic.i tion will take place at the House of Living Judaism here Dec 26 to 28. it was revealed tinweek bj I>r Kmanuel (lamoraii. director ol the Commission on Jewish Educa tion of the Union ol American Hi brew Congregatii ni Rabbis and principals ol religious schools from the Eastern Si board will attend the conference, the first oi its kind ever to take place Sydne) .' Greenberg, education director ol Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, will be among those participating in the program Dramatics, Psychiatry Fused At Center Meetings Here Dramatics and psychiatrj joined forces to bring increased understanding to parents about tie problems of pre school children in a scneof meetings arranged by the Parent Teacher Associations of the nursery schools sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The first of these meetings was held Wednesday. Dec 8. 8 p.m.. at the Beach Branch, and the second will take place Tueadaj BVC ning. Dec. 14. for the joint parent bodies of the Town Branch and Hagler Cranada Center at 50 NW 51-t pi rbe play, Scattered Showers," through t h e Mental Health Society, will be enacted by ttie ( enter drama group under the direction id Albert HurwitZ. Dr Albert Jayson, psychiatrist, Will lead the discussion at the Beach Branch after the perform-! A psjchologist from tin I niversitj oi Miami Dr Richard V. d, will follow the dramatic pi at 1 igler-i Iranada and midyear vacation .ntertain Wrap cakes with aluminum foil for storing and ripening for about two weeks U'fore cutting and serving ing. 1 1 1 ted Dark Fruit Coke pound s Hess raisins pound currants pound prunes, soaked and pit Yields 4-pound tins ot fruit cake. weighing much more Or 4-loaf fruit cakes Second Year lor Hyman's Mr and MrHymafl Bail this announced their second year ol operation at Hyman's Kosher Restaurant, 1301 Collins ave Mi ami Beach The Bells are former operators of kosher eating estabHshmentS in California and New York THIS IS A %  •I Special" 1953 M.G. $1195 1 Owner. 11,000 Miles Original Block -tif ro Sharp William Lehman-Used Cars "We finance All Our Cars" 7131 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 84-2533 "Corner 7ls St. I 7th Ave." I pound black missi in figs i cup c. ndied citron, diced fine 1 cup candied orange or grape fruit pet !. duel! fine 2 cupCO.I.-I:> i hopped nuts. walnut-, almond.* L' cups vegetable shortening t! i l cup strong coffi i n tablespoons vanilla extract 6 cupsifted flour 3 teaspoons baking powder l teaspoon baking soda l teaspoon salt 1 lea-poon cinnamon 1 tea-poon allspice %  ; teaspoon nutmeg C' teaspoon cloves, opptmnal 2 cupdark brow n SUgai 1 cup dark molaSSCS 'j cup brandy Prepare 4 one pound coffee cans with tight fitting coverby lining with aluminum foil or greased beavj paper cut to fit. Or use 9 inch | loaf pans if more convenient Use. a kitchen scissors for cutting raisins, prunes ; ,nd tigs into fine bits. Combine with currantand diced candied fruit peels and dust lightly with flour or shake in a paper bag for equal coating. Add chopped nuts of your choice. Sift together all the dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl. Cream shortening and brown sugar and add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Blend in molasses and -tir in the sifted dr> ingredients ., ImI, ;,t a time, alternately with the prepared fruit and nut combination, stirring well after each addition Add a little at a time of the coffee mixed with brands and vanilla flavoring as you blend all together into a heavj but evenl) mixed batter Turn into the prepared baking tinor leal pans, filling two-thirds full. Cover tightly, tying heavy aluminum foil over the loaf pans it used Place in hallow pans holding BDOUt 2 indies deep water to (invent possible scorching of cake bottomBake 2 to 24 hours at 300 deg i replenishing water if necessary Remove from water pans and continue baking 45 to 60 minutelonger at 215 deg K Test before removing from oven by inserting a wooden toothpick in centers of cakeIt cakes are done, the toothpick will be drj when remo\ ed Remove rovers from baked Cakes and let cool in the pans by placing them on wire rackto per mil air to circulate u n d a r and around 1 nmold and remove alumi num foil or greased paper if ideain d prepare the f low ing to pour over i akes 1 cup hone) or dark IJTuff) i cup water 3 tablespoon! brand} ANNOUNCING THE GR AND OPINING ON DKIMBIK I if Palm Caterers THE NEW, MODERN CATERING MALI 2230 N.W. 14th STREET (Kossuth Hall) *v •.. iiin jirttsi vnossuin nan; i SPECIALIZING IN JEWISH-AMERICAN FOOD AT ITS BEST' | Under Professional Supervision-Parties from SO to 500 j For ell ty.es ol Social Functions. 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PAGE 12 B +JmUhn*r**an GLOBAL SHORTS Threatening Letters Reported Received by Berlin Leaders BERLIN N S Threatening l< ttors evidencing the reietiviu n.iii of the anti-Semitic elements ,11 Germanj were received recently bj five leaden ol 1 hWest Berlin Jewish community. it was disclos (i here b) Heini Gallnskl, head ol the West Berlin Jewish communal organization joined in criticism ol the u nification p o %  • i ^ %  leading Christian Democrat and i l< member of the liberal wing "i the rice Democratic Party Angus! Sludto INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Al'.on Road POWER PLANT FINANCED BY | BRINGS ELECTRICITY TO IMPORT*.,,," Sholom Asch Speaks On Christian Understanding 11 i wiv (JTA I in i Jew and l remained .i Jew, and .ii though I think th.it there ino possibilit) i reaching an understandHi! the majoritj ol the Cath lie world. I -nil am convinced then :• %  possibilit) tor an between Ji ws and at part ol the Christian Sholem Asch, noted novelist told .in audience here al i in* ial Histadrul gathering Egypt Begins Trial of 13 Charged With Espionage i.oMxiN i.i T \ Egypt's Supreme Militar) Court began the trial ol IS Egyptian Jews last weekend on charges of espionage on behall ol Israel and "f allegedlj having placed bombs in Bntj-h and American buildings In Egypt in an attempt to discredit tCgypt abroad, it was reported here :mm Cairn The prosecutor deled the death penalt) U.S. Ambassador Assures Israel of American Friendship III. wiv u WS i s Ambassador M Lawson declared here thai "there is no justification for lean that Washington is reserving lit* consideration i"i" other and countries" as hiassured Isael "i the full friendship' ol the Mr Lawson made dinner tei it thi ZO \ House bj the Isv • • i ndship League. Archbishop Says Christianity Loses Ground in Africa JOH VNNESBI RG AJP IT A .1 \ Vrchbishop : told thering in %  I unit ilos %  iund throughout Aft m and hi Ihei It was also • i. ., mo\ emenl to • %  ( in the M I hi i •• *om 21 lor hnstian schools join the Otthodox Rabbinate Warns Of Schism Over Ketubah Nl U YORK WNS \ warning that revision • >( the isn traditional marriage i • bj the oiteervativi %  ppresented gravest it ions thi .• titj ol J< \i-h life in Vmi %  dis \,A ni the principlen( Jewish Law" and that implementation ol the revision decision would cri chism in Jewish life henand throughout the world was. issued %  i bj the Orthodox rabbinate ol Vmerica Poetess in Moscow Hits 'Cosmopolitanism' Campaign MOSCOW (JTA For the first time since the Soviet campaign against < o a m o politanism was started in 1840, %  Jewish poetess m Moscow Margarita Aliger, oame out publielj against this cam -paign, the Associated Press report* ed here i he poetess, holder Of __ I he Stalin I'ri/e lor literature, hai been In dtsiavoc la oitia.il cin r World War II -he ,n writing poelrj stressing her consciousm • %  • %  her Jewish traditions McCarthy Defense Hearings Former Nazi Neumann NEW YORK (AJPj The New York Timewhich habeen pounding out one editorial after another against Joe McCarthy.! saass up his case thiweek with the following statement Keryonej — who has followed the adventure of ( %  Joseph R McCarthy during the > past se\eral monthmust be familiar with his plea that the hear | ings and inquiries to which he has been subjected have all along been preventing the exposure of numerous Communi-ti n defense plant" GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK 990 S.W. 1st St. PHONE 9 4747 Wtietflt, v.i' cinimci PETE'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE Shorpfninj Factory Method Small tn-jinc Ktpairi Rentals 2391 N.W. 7*th STREET Phono 78 6012 Ptto Toito, Owntr Israel Admits 16,000 Immigrants During Year JERUSALEM fWNS) Approxi niately 16.(Hi new immigrants will have been admitted to Israel in 1954. as compared with 10.000 in 1803, it w.crevealed here t>\ the statistical office At the same time it was reported th.it some 8,000 will have left the couatrj in 1954 ., compared with 12.000 in 1853 All Our Pafrons and acquaintances NAPPY CHANUKA CRAWF0R0 and NAFTAl Sunoco Service 400 S.W. ltd STREET MIAMI, FIORIDA Phono 31349 **r Surrounded by orange grotei, ihr poHrr plant at (.ivalh lliurg | rlrrlririly lo the roaalal area between Natlmna and Tel K\'n la. durtion of electric powrr inlo new iin.ol lnrarl.lmth urban ind raat| >prrf the American l oun • ii it Judaism has summed up the ophj ol higroup thus. 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