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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH
WEEKLY
CifME 28 Number 53
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ederaton Reveals $1,350,000 CJA Goal For 1955
Jajeord-breaking 1955 Combln-
Ijewish Appeal campaign goal
I $1,350,000 to meet the mini-
Lj, requirements of Jewry in
_ around the world was an-
[inced late Wednesday by Stan-
( Myers, president of the
eater Miami Jewish Federa-
thanimous approval of the
Eta was voiced by more than
P community leaders who at-
feded the lxiard of governors
fling of Federation at the Al-
\r> hotel Wednesday night.
Recommendation of the amount
was set forth by Dr. Morn- Good-
man, chairmaffof the budget com-
mittee, which has been conduct-
teg hearings concerned with the
specific allocations requested by
more than 50 local, national and
world-wide institutions
Sam J. Heiman, general chair-
man of the campaign, accepted
the goal figure on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and de-
clared that he was confident "that
the Greater Miami community
will rally to the call and help at
tain the quota.
"This campaign goal repre-
sents the hare minimum to pro-
vide life-savins agencies and in
stitutioiu win, ,h(. necessary
funds to continue their opera-
tions in 1955." Heiman said
"Thousands of Jews face the re-
newed terror of rising anti-Semit-
ism in North Africa. They can be
rescued, brought to Israel and
n new hope for life m the
only democratic country in the
Middle Bast
"The superhuman feat of mi-
Siation. housing, medical rehabilitation and guidance will
be undertaken by the United
Jewish Appeal through its three
constituent agenciesJoint Dis-
tribution Committee, United Is-
rael Appeal and United IDAS
Service."
The campaign chairman point-
ed out that, as in previous years,
the United Jewish Appeal will
again be a major benefactor of
the fund raising effort. In addi-
tion, some 50 national, overseas
and local agencies and institu-
tions will be included.
Myers assured the meeting
that the family of agencies repre-
sented by Federation would give
him full manpower support in
the months ahead.
According to t n e formula
reached between UJA represen-
tatives and local Combined Jew-
ish Appeal officials, the United
Jewish Appeal is to re-
ceive 43 percent of the first
$1,250,000 raised. UJA will re-
ceive an additional 20 percent of
the next $50,000 raised. There-
after, and up to $1,350,000 the
Continued on Page 3 A
>sep
h Schwartz to Confer Here
itKi Combined Appeal Leaders
An international authority on
refugee problems. Dr. Schwartz, as
director general of JDC, supervis-
ed relief and welfare programs in
more than 30 countries and involv-
ing more than 1.000,000 people. In
the course of 12 years overseas, he
pcronally conferred with the
heads of virtually every country
in Europe and with leading states-
men of the Middle Fast and North
, m"KftsU{fB&- Africa... m .
* At the height of World War II
he negotiated through neutral
emissaries for the rescue of tens
of thousands of Jews from Nazi
Germany and occupied Europe.
After the war. Dr. Schwartz, as
overseas chief of JDC. directed the
transfer to Israel of more than
500.000 Jews from distressed areas
in Europe. North Africa and the
Middle East.
jds,.| I i Schwartz, execu-
vicr chairman of the United
i,h Appeal and key figure in
Inns tin mass migration of
>than a half million Jews from
j ; nl F.urope to ls-
will arrive in Miami Beach
Ban 5, ii has been announced
[ ( Myers, president of
[Greater Miami J< wish Feakr-
Srfrw.!'/ i
fp~rrr!i
|er with top Combined Jewish
leal leader- on current Jewish
fa. oversi a> in the Middle
I in Israel.
will meet with Myers. Sam
[ nd chairman of CJA
Setters Unit. Carl Weinkle.
nan of Initial (lifts. Sam J.
Dan, general chairman, and
.it .i planning conference on
|>day evening, Jan. 6, at the
ol Friedland.
fter 12 years as head of Euro-
reliel and rehabilitation pro-
's for the American Jewish
Distribution Committee, Dr.
sartz look leave in December,
i from his duties as director
pal ol that organization to as-
executive responsibility for
campaign of the United Jew-
Ttppeal
Syrian Premier Urges Using
ime ican
jms
Aid in War
Against Israel, British Report
LONDON (JTA) The Arab an opportunity for self-defense and
stales should take American arms | an occasion for war each day," he
and use them against Israel, Syrian 'added, asserting that Israel has al-
Premier Fans el Khoury advocated tacked Syrian villages, rustled
-
Or. Josepfc J. Schwarti
in an interview with the Cairo
weekly "El Musawwar." which has
just arrived here.
The Syrian Premier said that the
Arab -tales should not "hesitate"
to accept the American offer of
arms, since the only condition on
acceptance is that they will not be
used for "aggression." "Let us take
these weapons and use them in
| self-defense against the Jews." el
Khoury insisted. "Israel gives us
Arab cattle and diverted the Jor-
dan River.
"Let us take American armsand
"attack Israel while we can," he con-
jhhd Party Joe's Business, President Eisenhower Soys
Republican Split With McCarthy
Mav Push Him to Extreme Risht
W .... _____L. ... fn.n. Ih.
y
m the authoritative Washing J-^VSCA'SS
p^ he would s.Maave w, h h m -- achievc control
the fringe f.roups long actiu on ire convention' Or
the edge of American polit.cs-the at the next ^ ^ ^
seph R. Mccanny s >|i..t -- Gerald L K. Smiths the uerara -lection defeat by their
ident Eisenhower bring the Sena- mmoiti te Merw.n K. Harts and howers_ Conservatjve RepubU.
tor nearer the anti Semitic I ? | Joscph Kampa." can poiiticians think not.
McCarthy might also mobilize a ^. membors of the Sen.
hwofUmre^geoernb^*; have warned ^mst the anti-
mirals who led the Ten Mill on | c (ia|j(jes of McCarthy-
movement which sought to stave ^ Anti.semites listed as such by
off censure. He would have a hugi
mailing list of personal supporters.
consisting of people who signed
up in the drive for ten million
petitioners. Political realis s con-
MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
WASHINGTON-Will Sen Jo
seph R. McCarthy's split with Pres
ident Eisenhower bring the Sena
tor nearer the anti-Semitic fringe
groups? The Washington Post and
some Senate Republicans think so.
- President Eisenhower has said
.that the Republican Party is to be
a party of "progressive moderates
and if the extreme right wing
wants to follow McCarthy into a
third party "that will have to be
their business." Political inside.
-BULLETIN-
WASHINGTON (JTA) The De-
fense Department late Wednesday
said that details concerning the
arms furnished by the United
States to Iraq will be withheld un-
der a "security blackout." The
type, nature and amount of weap-
ons supplied to Iraq will not be
made public, a spokesman for the
Defense Department said.
feel that G.O.P. Congressional ; cede th?t there might emerge un-
Hermcm Seidel, national
aanan of Poal* Zion,
Wn of th. national
of Uistadrut and lead-
I. scientist in the field of
""<*. Wii| vitil Miami
weekend. (See
&e2A.)
story
Ffc rVeek's
I She*
fssue
Utter frMi Israel
MiMllhl
Ss*rts
Tsrcsetaeert
icrei mat vi.v.. -o
tremists are today more controlled
by the President than before This
group knows on which side its
votes are to be found A good bet
is that it will take Mr Eisenhower
in 1956 against any alternative Mc-
Carthy has to offer If McCarthy
leads a splinter movement out oi
the.party, he may travel alone
Fifteen Republican Senators will
be up for re-election in 195*.
About half of them voted against
, McCarthy banner the most
extensive coalition of fringe groups
in American history.
But would all the extremists
ism. Anti-Semites listed as such by
the Anti-Defamation League
emerged among the top leaders of
the Ten Million." As McCarthy
tinued. "I guarantee to justify our
position before the United Nations
and the International Court of Jus-
tice, too," the Syrian Premier told
the correspondent for "El Musaw-
war." "The important thing." he
lectured, "is to possess the means
of attack."
As for his opinion on how to
"settle the Palestine problem," el
Khoury declared: "The Palestine
problem will not be solved unless
Israel returns to the border which
is both just and legal. But Israel
will not. This means that Israel
ought to be made to carry out
United Nations decisions, either by
the United Nations and that's inl-
ine leu m"- '' ------------ ---------
fought censure, bigots rushed into p^bic because Israel was creat-
the fray shouting that their hero | d (he Vnited Natj0ns; or it
,.,s the victim of a Jetrfeheem 1^ ^ compelled t0 d0 so by
"'^wyork'newspapermen cover- \ force, and that's up to the Arab
Continued on Page 2 A armies."________________
By DAVID HOROWITZ
AJP
ST? of" McCarth I 3" h^S "* "f "J
J however, of the EgyP ; < Jj ^ ,,.,,,.,, (,inim,ssion thef Security
Presidents great t^JgF^o to to the Bat
tails Republi
- placing the nego- insist, as it appears that it return
the "condemnation of McCarthy.
They are aware
the vessel is to be released into
of the Mixed Armistice
Conn
along oil will find itself in a helpless
..d ^ ,o -a, hki- artrja.>-?ts r-ji^.sr zztjs.
I IK' >l"" --------. .. ,,t
(>, immediately aer the UN
office on his cat tails c,m.. ,mmcdiately after ine v.-
cans remember what *H*"*dJn J "Jhe request of laraal. announce
1912 when the las. open conserve- |^u (,,lincl, meetm
tive-progressive split occurred in ";", Jan. 4.
their ranks.
Where then would McCarthy J^"^'^^ its latest an-
look for support? "Presumably. ,bene
im however, isn't as simple as the
Egvptians try to make it appear.
A big question still remains: Will
I he Nasser government allow the
I. i felt here, original crew to take the vessel
The Cairo regime, it is |^; | biM.k vja ,he Suez Canal, or Will it
curity Council says nothing *bout
this, and the Israeli delegation,
deeply concerned, wants the mat-
11111-t be decided upon.
"The Egyptians, realizing the in-
ternational implications involved,
have to date done everything in
their power to evade this particu-
lar phase of the problem." an in-
formed spokesman revealed this
week.


Rat Galim Implications Veiled at United Nations


PAGE 2 A
+JtnisiincrAM9rL
Miami Labor Zionists
To Honor Dr. Seidel
On Sunday. Jan. 2. 2 p.m.. at
Kne.st-th Israel Congregation, the
Labor Zionist movement in Great-
er Miami will pay tribute to Dr.
Herman Seidel on the occasion of
his 70th birthday and 50 years of
leadership in Zionist affairs and
Jewish communal life.
Dr. Seidel will report on current
events in and around Israrl.
Today considered one of the'ten
outstanding physicians and spe-
cialists in geriatric* in the v. S..
Dr. Seidel is head of the Paole
Zion Organization, national chair-
man and vice president of the
board of the Israel Histadrut cam-
paign and vice chairman of the
board of Ampal.
He was security officer of the
Jewish Legion which fought in
Palestine in 1918 and one of the
founders of the Jewish Overseas
Relief in 1916. which later became
the Joint Distribution Commute
and the United Jewish Appeal.
Admission to the gathering is
free, and there will be no solicita-
tion of funds.
Dr Seidel will be a guest on the
Schachter Hour over WMBM Sun-
day morning.
ra">AY.DECDnB.,l;
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro (left) and Miami Mayor
Abe Aronovitx flank Philip M. Klutenick. international presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, at a mass initiation rally in the Fontaine-
bleau hotel Monday evening. Several thousand persons were
turned away from the capacity-filled auditorium. Some 1.500
members of B'nai B'rith in Dade and Broward Counties heard
Klutznick say that "on our shoulders falls the responsibility of
serving Jewry throughout the world."
Emerson President
Makes Lab Available
NEW YORK Well equipped
electrons laboratories will open'
new horizons for the people of I
rael because organized science ii j
tin urea! vaj to industrial prog-1
res* and strength of a nation. Ben-
j,.m,i. Abrams. president of Emer-
ies. Kadio and Phonograph Corp.
aid this week here at the dedica-
tion of the Benjamin Abrams Elec
ironies Laboratories in the Weiz-
niann Institute of Science in Israel, j
He also predicted that electronic*
would become the world's largest 1
industry within two decail-
The Laboratories, made avail
able by a contribution by Mr.
Abrams. were officially dedicated
in a joint ceremony via a two-way
electronics hook-up 'between Re-
hovoth. Israel, the locale of the In-
stitute, and New York at the an-
nual dinner of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science at the Waldorf
Astoria hotel.
Suicide of 'Spy* Called Murder
JTA
NEW YORK World public
opinion was stirred this week by
the tuicide in an Egyptian
i Mu Bennett, one of the
13 Jews arrested and brought to
trial in F Zionist spiai "
v trding to the Egyptian ver-
-io: emplo.w of the
ii Motor < ompany
: committed tuicide bj slashing
ii> Wrist* and had left a letter tor
widow admitting hi- guilt The
rptiana iitrtwd that Bennett
lad previously been unsuccessful!
D ottyer suicide attempt -
Israel newspaper* charged this
k that Bennett had not commit-
d suicide, .i- asserted by the
>ptian police but had been tor
ured to death in an attempt to,
\tract a full confession of his si-
eged espionage and terrorist
crimes.
One of the defendants in the trial 1
had previously announced in open
court that a confession she had
signed prior to the trial had been I
wrung from her by torture
An unsuccessful effort to inter-
vene for the Jewish defendants
a> made at the Inited Nations
this week when the delegation
heads of the 20 Latin American
states, acting a* individuals, inter
ceded with the Egyptian delegate.
Dr. Abdel Meguid Remadan The
Latin American spokesman. Dr. '
Jose Vicente Trujillo. of Ecuador,
president of the caucus of Latin
American delegates, was told by
the Egyptian envOJ that the ac
CUsed lew- w.re receiving c\ery
right under Egyptian bra
Dr Trujillo said he had told Dr
Remadan 'of our hope that in the
spirit nl Christmas >,nd in the spir-
it of conciliation and moderation
shown so frequently in the General
Assembly's ninth ilion." Egypt
would see to it that justice pre-,
vails" in this ,
In London. Dr. Irael Brodie. i
'----'-----------------------------I
Resolution Urges Heliport
On Miami Beach
A resolution approving applica-
tion of National Air Lines for a ,
heliport on Miami Beach city prop-
erty was adopted by the Civic
League of Miami Beach last week,
according to Irving Cypen, presi-
dent.
The resolution recommended a
provisional license, however, with
the understanding that after 30
days of normal operation. ( r>
Council will conduct public hear-
ing to determine feasibility of
continuance and to permit debate
as to objections in regard to noise
and location.
Location of the heliport should
be either at its old site near Miami
Beach Auditorium or west of the
fire station at Dade blvd. and
Washington ave., the resolution-
stated.
Chief Rabbi of the British Kmpire.
urged all Jewish congregation* to
recite injuftal prayer* for the
of "our brethren in Egypt who are
on trial." He declared that we
i/ed with fear and tn phi.,
tJoa at the tidings of their perilous (
plight
Here and abroad, newspapers
this week condemned the Egyptian
action in -tafiing the so called es-!
pkmage trial
The Washington Post and Times
Herald charged in an editorial this
week that the trial of the 13 Jews
was a trumped-up device to divert
Arab attention from the Egyptian
(i ivernment s repression of the
powerful Moslem Brotherhood.
The Cairo Government has rais-
ed something of a tempest in the
Arab world by its arrests of the
leading spirits of the Moslem
Brotherhood,'* the newspaper de-
clared "So there is a necessity to
divert attention by acting tough
with the Israelis. This view is
strengthened by the show trial now
going on of 13 Jews in Alexandria
New Group at West Miami
(Teat Miami Jewish Center "Mr.
and Mrs group was formed last
week.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman was
speaker at an organizational meet-
ing Some 30 couples were present
Ed Grad is president Other tem-
poral offsnrtr/an Mrs jfcna Le-
\ine. vice president: Jerome Brill.
treasurer, and Mrs Thelma Pascal.
'"">'
under trumped-up charges which.
as in the case of the "Bat Galim,'
ban been exploded by revelations
of forced confessions and torture
and. in one case, a suicide."
Speaking of the "Bat Galim." the
Israel vessel seized by Egypt, the
newspaper said: "The fact that the
Egyptians invented all sorts of
l;nr> 'ales to justify detention ar-
gues that they realize they have
affronted international law." The
editorial emphasized that the Egyp-
tian" charges were -exploded" by
a tinted Nations on-the-spot in-
quiry "yet the Egyptians continue
to hold the 'Bat Galim.' In so do-
ing, they are in defiance once
again of the United Nations which,
through the chairman of the Mix-
ed Armistice Commission, has or-
dered the release of the detained
vessel."
Chairman Named
Mrs. Jack R. Wein has been ap-
pointed Miami Beach campaign
chairman for the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society. Working with
her as co-chairman will be Mrs
Ben Greene, president of Temple
Emanu El ITA.
Republican Split
May Push Sen. Joe
To Extreme Right
, Continued from Pm, .
i ,n th' -wU hL
X-""'" M.H.on relT
the presence .., many "
had seen previously in the
Bundist, Coughlmhe, Silver
: and similar groups nf olner ,"*
; Anti-Jewish manile.ution. -Z
ed on New York Mre* a^
other cities when jdiviJ
atnohc and Protestant as**.
Jewish, refused .1Rn the '
! Carthy petitions "
j Not long ago an association,
former Nazis wrote an open k.
to McCarthy asking him u>
end the defamation of Germ
and get the American Ma,
thau boys out" oi the country 1
l.udwig Strieder, Hamburg j
chairman of "The Association
Those Damaged by Dena
tion." asked the Senator to t.
the Nazis as hu "allies, fon
ners in battle and prophets"
The letter, published in
\nklage." -aid ; rman>\ fo
Nazi Party mem In r- approve
the "fighting aims of Mc
and invited him to meet in
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IV, DECEMBER 31. 1954
>epper to Speak
It North Shore
LLr Florida Senator Claude
IJw.U highlight an Israel pro-
Tsundav night, Jan. 2. at the
2k sEre Jewish Center. Pep-
iVd5us> "Isr-l. 1955."
Wappearins on the program
_ in conjunction with Stephen
Btdassah will be
Moses
I'lSf 11.1"".........." ,
gn(eid. noted Englishauthpr.
I meiall) arranged musical
-mm has been planned, accord-
,{0 Sheldon l.lchuk. president
the Nor"1 Snore zi,,nist Dis
Cantor Maurice Mamchcs.
Beth David Synagogue, will be
of the musical portion
Rabbi Mayer Ab-
I fan present awards -to
C winner of the recent essay and
I content conducted by the North
LeZionM District lor students
Hh,. North Shore Jewish Center
llieiuii- school.
|Abe Gittleson. principal. Irving
alom. faculty member and Mere-
ly of the District, and Lelchuk
111 judge the winners. Prizes will
(presented bj Dr. and Mrs. Ben
Lfkerbraun
federation Tells
|l,350,OOO Goal
Continued from Page 1 A
Igency is to receive 60 percent.
"At the beginning of 1955. an-
er great problem faces the
of Israelthe difficult situa-
te of the Jews of North Africa,
ch paing day makes it plain
kt the time has come for Israel
[find mom for another large im-
gration." Heiman revealed. "The
ople 11 l>rael are keenly aware
1st uhat is vital in the situation
[not that these men, women and
fcldni come from a backward
-but that once more there
Jewish lives to be preserved,
that time is of the essence."
It was explained by campaign
liciaN that the I'nited Jewish
peal, through its agencies, has
I a national goal for 1955 totaling
1,521.275 In the nation-wide
fnt to secure the goal, the Coin-
Jewish Appeal of Greater
mi i- the first federated cam-
foi to launch its annual fund
king effort.
rWe must meet and even over-
(kscribe this goal if we are to
the growing needs of Greater
ami institutions and Israel's
pnomy." said Heiman. He also
plained that the aged, the sick,
Uth and families in our own cam-
(inity are served 365 days a year
Federation agencies.
Heiman has asked for 3,000 vol-
|te*r workers from all parts of
it County to enroll in the cru-
1 campaign to save lives and to
*ngthen the Jewish community.
|major allocation will be made in
1955 campaign to the civic de-
**e or protective agencies which
Tihat anti-Semitism and build
Her community relations
ughout the country. These
fwies include Joint Defense Ap-
^ 'Anti Defamation League of
fwi B'rith and American Jewish
Mttet), American Jewish Con-
Jewish Labor Committee.
ish War Veterans and National
^k"UUkr**lari
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer
Miamian, is guest of honor
this month at functions held
by local organizations mark-
ing her birthday. Mrs. Co-
hen, who came here in 1901,
has been receiving numerous
congratulatory messages for
her role in the development
of the Greater Miami Jewish
and general community.
Community Relations Advisory
Council. Total number of agencies
included in the 1955 Combined
Jewish Appeal are as follow-:
LOCALBureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Jewish Home for the Aged.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, JSSB Refugee Program
and Vocational Department. Mt.
Sinai Hospital and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
ISRAELAmerican Friends He-
brew University, American Com-
mittee Weizmann Institute. Ameri-
can Technion Society. American
Fund Israel Institute. Ezras Torah.
Hadassah. HIAS. National Commit
tee Labor Israel and Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization.
SERVICE AND CULTURAL
American Association for Jewish
Education. American Jewish Hist.
Society, American Jewish Tercen-
tenary, Local Tercentenary Com-
mittee, B'nai B'rith Youth Service
Appeal. Histadruth Ivrith of
America, Jewish O c c u pational
Council, Jewish Publication So-
ciety of America. Leo N. Levi
Mem. Hospital. National Jewish
Welfare Board and Yiddish Scien-
tific Institute.
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATION-
AL Dropsie College. Hebrew
Teachers Training School for Girls.
Hebrew Theological College Chi-
cago, Jewish Teachers Seminary.
Mesifta Tifereth Jerusalem. Mirrer
Yeshiva. National Council Beth Ja
cob, Ner Israel Rabbinical College.
Rabbi Chaim Berlin, Rabbi Israel
Meyer HAC, Rabbi Jacob Joseph
School, Rabbinical College Telshe.
Synagogue Council of America.
Torah Umesorah, Union American
Hebrew Congregation JDt-HUC,
United Lubavitcher Y e s hivoth.
Yavne Hebrew Theological Semin-
ary, Yeshiva Chachmey Lublin and
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath.
CIVIC DEFENSE American
Jewish Congress. Jewish Labor
Committee. Jewish War Veterans.
JDA (ADL and AJ Committee) and
National Community Religious Ad
visorv Council
Births
"nt births in the Greater Mi-
mi area ,nclune the following:
Jeffrey Philip. -n ,, Mr and
"; Natnan ( vnamon, 1880 sw
s.rv,,, Bennett, -on of Mr, and
*ri Aaron Herts :uw sw uth -t
Mitchell, -on or Mr. and Mr-
Mdnej Deutsch, 6500 SW 45tl
Ben Samuel, -on of Mr and Mrs
Howard Schwartz, urnm sw ngth
ave
,. ** l" n '! Mr md Mr-
enkrantz, 707 Anastasia
Lonnie M i .., ,,, Mr ;,,,
U .lo. 427 SW 4th ave
Francina daughter of Mr and
Mi- Nathan Oherferst, 1320 SW
-iili -i
Gloria Bettj daughter of Mr
and Mr- Frank Greenberi 931
SW nth ave.
Joyce Kuth. daughter oi Mr. and
Mr- Roj Seibert, 6327 SW 15th -t.
Robin i;> th di tighter of Mr and
Mrs Graham Fried, 3340 sw leth
In
Barbara Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Irwin Hellman, 680 East
[62nd st.
Mark Jeff rev ton of Mr. and
Mr- Robert Newman. 6845 SW
69th ter.
Jeffrey Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mr-. Stanley Goldblatt, 1081 NE
1161st ter.
Susan Lee, daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Murray Gottlieb, 1943 NE
j 177th st.
Ivan King, son of Mr and Mrs.
Kenneth Chan. 1720 Cleveland rd.
Laura Beth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I'hilip Stern, 1710 Day-
tonia rd.
Nancy Ellen, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Frank Klein, 1523 Merid-
ian ave.
.lay Michael, son of Mr. and
Mr-. Karl Rubenstein. 20 East 13th
st.
Craig. son of Mr. and Mrs David
Dorfman. 3077 NW 33rd st.
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Maury Siiverman. 220 NW 97th st.
Harry Jay. son of Mr. and Mr-
Sydney Siskind, 14800 South Bis-
! cayne River dr.
Debra Ann. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald A runs, Hainlin dr.
PAGE 3 A
Junior Chamber
Lists Co-Chairmen
Max B. Kogen, president of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
| Commerce, has announced the ap-
pointment of Kenneth Laurence,
local photographer, and Philip J
Taylor. Beach stationery salesman,
as co-chairmen of the forthcoming
Mi- Miami Beach Pageant of 1955
The contest, sponsored annually
by the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, is to be held
during February at a Miami Beach
hotel to be designated shortly.
The winner, to be picked from
a field of approximately 18 con-
testants, will represent the city of
Miami Beach in the state finals of
the Miss Florida Pageant at Winter
Haven next spring. The winner of
the Miss Florida Pageant will rep-
resent the State of Florida in the
official Miss America Pageant in
[Atlantic City. .
Holder of the 1954 Miss Miami
Beach title i- Mi- Esther Clair, of
I Miami. ________
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Heldman. of 500 16th st., Miami Beach,
originally of Cleveland, O., were guests of honor at a recep-
tion marking their 50th anniversary Tuesday evening in the
home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Goldman, Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. Shown cutting the
cake, the Heldmans, who came here in 1947, began their cele-
bration with the presentation last Saturday of an historic 350-
year-old Torah to Temple Emanu-El. The Torah was brought ,
to this country by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel C. Rosenbaum, of Albuguerque, N.M., who came here
for the occasion. Also present at the reception were Mrs. Myer |
Ushkon, a daughter, of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Rosenbaum and family, grandchildren and great grandchil-
dren, of Denver, Colo.; and grandsons Arthur Rosenbaum,
Albuquerque, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I. Rosenbaum, Cleve-.
land. I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SI ITICE IK HEREBY OTVEN that
!' -ii:.....I, desiring to fll^aKf in
-- under the fictitious Mini <.f
UD> s SANDWICH HHOP, at II
.\ i: l-t Ai. Au.~l.-i Blda1., .Miami.
nti nda t" resistor th,- Hid name
with the I'li-rk nf the circuit Court of
bade County, Florida
UOODY8 RESTAURANT CORP.
By Irwin K.,--. President
Attest: Hairy Rosen, Hecretarj
ii w:i:y Zl'KERNICK
Attoi n. i for Aw'ii. .mi
1*0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Hi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
he fictitious name* (
LEE BA1I SHOP; LEE'S LI'GGAGE
SHOP; LEE'S LEATHER**......-'
LEE'S HANDBAGS; LEE'H BAGS A
IKWELRY LEES HANDBAGS AND
l.rCCAC.K, LEE'S HANDBAGS
LEATHERGODDS; LEE'S LUGGAGE
\\l' LEATHERGOODS, al 411 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
l,.,l aald name with Hie
Clerk of the i ircult Ooui t ol I Mum
Florida,
BEN PALZsfAN
LEE SAI.ZMAN
i 'o-partnei -
GEORGE I TALIANOFF, EaJ,
Attorne) for Applli ants
IM Lincoln l{,,ail. Miami Beach. Fla-
il SI 1 T-li-'l
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA 4
No. 32343.B J
RE; ESTATE OF ^
MMltitis RICHTER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby liven that I have
filer! my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate ..f MORRIS RICHTER, de-
ceaaed; and thai on the 2lst day of
January, 1963, will apply in the Hon-
orable PRANK I! DOWLING, County
Judge ,,f Dade County, F'lorida. for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge ss AdministratrU of
the Estate ol MORRIS Kk.'HTER, do-
ceased
This :'!'th tlav of Decemlier, ltS4.
SYLVIA RICHTER,
Administratrix of the F>tata
of Morris Richu-r, I >.-, eased.
I. R. MAYERS i
Attorney 'or Administratrix
II II I 7-14-11
I
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LISTEN TO
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Notienol Cliairmon Psalf Zien ana
Chairman Notional Board
f Histadrut
I Dr. Seid'ef will appear Sunday M
Schachter's Jewish Hour
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*feme. Selig. Hinchman. CharU-i Fruchtman Ceha Landy. ^ ^ M darnes
Cordin. Ann Hahn. David Denn.r and Alex S"^0" ^n. Edythe M. Lipkm, Ben
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To all our members and friends who, because ol the
overflow otfendonce of the Fontainebleau Hotel, could
not gain admission to the mass initiation of the
Philip Klutznick Class r
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J^E^KEMBEJ
31.1
" Published every Friday tine* 127 by the Jewish
Flondian at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida
Entered at second-clan ma'ter July 4. 1*30, at the Post
Off ice "of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S. 'i7*
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity
and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. World-
wide News Service. National EditeVial Association. Amer-
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Press Association.
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Telephones 2-1141 2-8212_________
During The Week ... \ s i 7ITJ
By LIO MINDLIN
Th, Jewish rtortdtan .1 ..i imrsmte tM KaeW-
ruth of the nir'rlttim ..IwtiaMI
S V
One Year
S C P. I
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T I O N PAT
Two Years
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5 0i
Friday. December 31. 1954
Volume 28 Number 53
Tebet 6. 5715
HOUSi UN-AMERICAN Activities Committee has
I'viri
CJA% 1955 Goal
Greater Miami Jewish Federation this week
set the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal goal here
at Sl.350,000.
This is certainly a realistic sum in light of
present world conditions. It does not tax the
imagination too much to recognize that over-
seas needs will this year call upon all of us
to support the CJA campaign to the limit of our
means.
We must also recognize that the current drive
for Life Dollars is a crucial one and that its suc-
cess depends entirely upon us.
We dare not even consider doing anything
less than meeting the goal that Federation's
leadership has marked out for this area.
Israel's precarious situation in the Near East
a? a result of diminished foreign aid from the
U.S.. the tragic circumstance of the North Afri-
can community, immigration demands on the
part of homeless European Jewry, as well as
the ever expanding reguirements of institutions
serving Jews throughout our nation and here in
Miami all this spells the reason for the
SI.350.000 goal in 1955.
And all this spells the reason for us to give
to our limit and to volunteer when called upon.
Iimmary Report on NMaffeMM and Hate Group* m th '
This move comes after years of U.S. inquir\ on mass-ba!""1'
versive organizations and individuals among u- in'n
taken a singularly narrow view. Where., ,-, ^""l*
hentolore m the direction of excising from our mid***!!!!
groups supporting communist ideology even if they Jw
a- iii method and often defeated their purpose Dv challen
OKI
Mrs. l*iflor I oIm'ii
Members of numerous Greater Miami organ-
izations have taken time out from their busy
schedules to hold receptions paying tribute to
pioneer Miamian Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who is
now marking her birthday.
Mrs. Cohen is regarded as the matriarch of
the first Jewish family that settled here.
She is the center from which much Miami
Jewish community activity first issued and blos-
somed forth. Together with her late husband.
Mrs. Cohen also took a leading role in general
civic affairs.
Mrs. Cohen's energies were, in addition, de-
voted to the establishing of a haven for the
Jewish aged in Greater Miami, and today's
Jewish Home for the Aged at Douglas Gardens
is. in a large measure, the result of her fore-
sight and dedication to an ideal.
We take this opportunity of wishinq Mrs.
Cohen many more years of health and fruitful
achievement.
It ru flier hi mm. Muse B>
Ben Duffy, appointed recently by President
Eisenhower as general chairman of Brother-!
hood Week, is now remindinq the country that
the national observance will be mcrrked from
Feb. 20 to 27. This year's theme is "One Na-
tion Under God."
All of which reminds us that Brotherhood
Week provides an excellent opportunity for re-
spite from the many cares that beset the sensi-
tive-minded. Day after day. we are brought
face to face with the unfortunate activities of
racists and hate groups among us, as well as
in nations throughout the world.
The recent Congressional report on Neo-
Fascist individuals and organizations in Amer-
ica certainly emphasizes the degree to which
they have grown in significance to capture the
minds of the unaware and to peddle their sub-
versive ideology to the ill-informed.
Press reports from Europe are little more
heartening in this regard. Advancing anti-
Semitic sentiments in Germany, the liquidation
of "cosmopolitan" groups in the communist-
dominated totalitarian countries and recent
racial and religious upheavals in North Africa
all bespeak a worldwide disturbance that sets
man against man.
National Brotherhood Week represents a
concerted effort on the part of the American
people to remember their common history on
the soil of this democratic continent. "One Na-
tion Under God" redefines the concept of a
unified society workinq toward the common
good. We are happy that Mr. Duffy has made
his announcement this early; it tends to miti-
gate for us the often unhappy feeling that men
sometimes forget they are all brothers.
Ilr. Ilorman SriilVI
The parade of outstanding national figures
continues to make its impression on our local
scene with the arrival here for the first time in
an official capacity of Dr. Herman Seidel.
Dr. Seidel, who will be in Miami this week-
end, is national chairman of Poale Zion and
chairman of the national board of Histadrut.
In addition. Dr. Seidel is regarded as one of
the outstanding American specialists in the
field of geriatrics.
Dr. Seidel's scientific and cultural achieve-
ments are universally recognized, and his un-
selfish devotion to the causes with which he
has for so many years been identified have
brought him great acclaim.
^ TUrriheaelTj^redjMKelat^lkalurure
Dr. Seidel's presence among us is gratifying of fruitful achievement far the Chicago coogre-
and we welcome this distiaqvisbed visitor to gatioo into whose pulpit Babbi Meecheloff will
oar eornmtmitw.-...... be iasosllsJ Jcnr -.
Ilabbi M's4li'lff
The Greater Miami community which has
received so much of his untiring sffort and de-
votion, wishes Rabbi Moses Mescheloff success
in his new pulpit.
Rabbi Mescheloff has accepted the position
of spiritual leader of Congregation West Rogers
Park in Chicago. HI.
We axe certain he will endear himself to the
hearts of Chicagoans in the same manner as
he did here. Rabbi Mescheloff was a tireless
worker, bringing his knowledge and leader-
ship to numerous Miami religious, philan-
thropic and civic activities.
mental liberties no deliberate step was taken until now t
I .ixists on similar.terms.
In its recent appearance in Miami, the House I'n-Amerk
ties Committee made scant reference to thi- equal danger.*'
chairman was guilty of an inexcusable juridical offense- those i
served the hearings will recall Mr. Velde's telling a go
nest that he believed completely in the veracity o| his te
Rep. Doyle (D.-Cal). during the course ol on. his numerous
called for addresses to the court and the radio audience, did miul
dicate that Fascist and hate organization^ constitute a threat t' a
ican democracy. Unfortunately, the tone ol hi- remark has L
through to the inocuous if well-meaning preliminary report F1
committee has come up with little more than a recomroesdetam
Those who will defend the report by arguing that invest
committees have as their exclusive function inquiry for the pur
advising Congress on needed legislation fall into their oei trap i
the Velde and McCarthy groups were much more than reran'
agents. The former's disastrous if not generally noticed slip |
typical of the type of virtual prosecution in which both coil
engaged throughout the nation for many years m the course oft
communist detection. None of this will to succeed as prosecutor i
when that will was beyond their stated power i- manifest a
House Committee "Report on Neo-Fastist and Hate Groups,'
see*
THERE ALSO is a phenomenon in the report which must i
subsequent and seemingly logical execution a virtual impossibility.]
fight against communism is a continuing battle waged for the |
of outrooting from among us an alien philosophy Tin- primary j
behind our own revolution was the desire fur frei eeonosni
in by tree men. The mythos ol this ideology is thu- an inherent |
the American consciousness and can in no way be rationalized!
communist concepts based on a totally controlled society.
brand of racism in our midst which logically find- it- counter]
European Fascism is not a newly-imported social and economic I
Typical types of hate manifestation with which we are univers,
quamted find their taproots spreading back to the earliest
American civilization.
Any effort aimed at implementing the House Committees
report would thus meet with an indigenous lype of oppositia
ruthlessly and faithles ly masks its subversive intent
banner of an unaware and certainly outraged Christianity and,
icanism. Cases in point are the very individuals and organs
which the report denounces as dangerous to our way of life
include the anti Semitic National Renaissance Party and Condel
tej publication. "Common Sense." McGinley ha- a -trangetnil
rant background. In 1946. he published a four-page newspaper I
"Think Weekly" and had as his goal "to educate people a- to I
munism really is" During the life of this sheet his attacks oaj
munist activity carefully interspersed as many Jewi-h names,
them as possible.
A year later, he changed the name of the publication to "C
Sense." Its columns since then have been open to leading anti-S
publicists and demagogues, among them such personalities as I
H. Williams. Ron Gostick and Marilyn Allen Williams, a steadyl
tributor. was relieved by the government of his Majors Resentr
mission and discharged under Sec. X "for the good of the
Residing at Santa Ana. Cal.. he is the publisher ol Knot Your El
which besmirches the reputations and careers oi high IS olfk
attributes the difficulty of the times to commum-t Zionist mack

GOSTICK IS a Canadian demagogue, has frequent!} ap
our country as guest speaker at meetings iponsored b> (it-raw 1
Smith A prolific pamphleteer. Miss Allen, ol Salt l-ake Otjf
made her appearance in "Common Sense" on Febi uarj 1 '"*j
ousts supporting and praising the Ku Klux Kl.it.
Other McGinley front page columnist- includi i.cneralS
Van Home Mosely (ret), who was exposed by the Dies ton-*"
1939 as having attended closed meetings of Fa jt *
Kuhn. German-American "Bundesfuehrer. was present.
Sense" tried in June. 1949. to achieve the high point of n
in the racist category when McGinley sought to merge his pub
with the organ of the Nationalist Action League In the face 1
certed efforts made by William J. O'Brien, a McGinley rmpi'
W Henry MacFarland Jr.. head of the League the mer**r"" J
"Common Sense" continued to voice the opinion- ol the w
as Fascist by the U.S. Attorney General. An article entitled w|
lor Justice." by MacFarland. in the June 15. 1949, issue, pw
point. '
One could go on and on. citing the hate bai-kgr..una|
ley and his publication: the defense of Robert II Best (
American, newsman who broadcast Nazi propaganda in ^""J^
the war. who was arrested in Austria in 1945 and returned tou
States in December, 1946. and who was tried and convicted
District Court at Boston for treason and sentenced to m m
ment; the defense of William Gerald Bishop, also kB0"J 'trtei3
Arnecek or Arneck or Arnick. a native of Austria, who hafl ^ f
country illegally, who was deported under a warrant """.a
and who was characterized by the Department of Justice ^Jj
ous alien;" the characterization of Best as an "'Amor Vif
(whose) crime was that he opposed Roosevelt war t^
many and open Europe to Commitnism." the portrait oi .
issue ef July 13. 1047. as ** clean. Ged-learing t bits* j
America ... of the material that heroes are made -
would die for his country."

Saaae' read like *
Allt*J
INDIVIDUAL PACES of _
hste. Publications are earraarksel with the quotation a- ,
Kept Oar of Print." mackia* the slogss of the New ^"V^
Me- 141. October 1* MM.- ha* for its lead rtic,*ir.^-^
ntdic Prayer Msfcasg Traitors; Proper- P'^.^jjrtrpayi
meat religious ceremonies sashes trs*on of **er/0"J. ^Jfc:
thee cereswofrs hnoe MS. July 17 MM; ****
*i


prrrMBER 31, 19M
othv Kishinan Becomes Mrs. Mcrton
si v in Candlelight Kites December 2(i
5Jr Sandra FishmM was
rmarriag.- by her parents.
i Martin Hshman,
Erdeenl ,ral Cables, to
, p Miaak> at a 6 p.m. can-
eeremonj in the Biscayne
hotel en Sunday. Dec. 26.
Irving | ,,-hrman. Temple
luKI spiritual leader, officiat-
V Minsky '- ,hc son of the
Tilinsky-. Br"fktn. Mass.
' bride carried a cascade of
Ehiie orchid-, sweetheart ros-
Ld !tephan.tis. Her gown.
I m white chantilly lace and
[tulle over satin, was made in
der neckline and edged
I dipped lace flowers. The
bodice and bouffant lace
JbV ruffles, nver layer and
[tulle, extend into a sweep
f four-tierrcd veil of French
Jin icll from a hand made
lot -hells with iridescent pal-
cf homu" Mi-- Joan Fort-
an aquamarine iride-
j taffeta with a KOOp neck-
Lhirred bodice and flared bal-
Ilength skirt She carried a
|l ,i Vanda orchids.
i Gloria Cross of Harrisburg.
,iu.]n ol the bride, Miss
(iranat and Mrs. Norman
F | Newton, Mass., were
I
I wore identical dress as the
if honor m rose iridescent
and earned cascades of
! carnation- and sweetheart
I Charles Rubin, of Brockton,
l. as best man Samuel Fish-
1 the bride, William
[ ousin of the
ilver, of New-
I ishers
| Rolnick. cousin of the
. u. ring i earer.
I -i- included Mr.
Mr- I I1..1I1- Rubin, Mrs. Lewis
kin Norman Sil-
liss Barb ir. Tuler. Mr. and
Mr. and
*a\ Mr Al Bernson,
I I Mrs I. Malt-
etroit; Mr and Mrs. B.
1 ol Harrisburg: Mr. and Mrs.
blnick and Mrs Jennie Ap-
1 Maud. New York; Mr.
Mr and Mrs A.
and Mr and Mrs. Handel,
and Mr and Mrs. M.
ler. 11 Easton, Pa.
couple will honeymoon in
in returning to Brockton by
trip They will live at the
Apartments m Brockton.
Mrs. Merlon Minsky
I If vines to Mark
fiolden Anniversary
Mr and Mr- Joseph II Uvm,' of
24..o Flaming,, pi, Miami Bead)
I will celebrate their golden wed
ng annivenar) on Sundaj eve-
|ning.Jan l with a dinner al Cop,
!. !(h'' '"v'n'- u"" n"ried Dee.
i.i'K.4 m w yorkcit) and mov-
ed to Chicago five yean later
where, during the course of 45
years, Mr. Levine operated aa a
manufacturer ol ladies' garmenti
Mr and Mrs Levine became win-
ter residents hero > years ago and
been residing in Miami Beach
permanent!} since Mr Levine'a re-
tirement in 1946
, Sum.' .",11 guests will be at the
Copa Citj wedding anniversary din-
ner Among them are iir and Mn
Arthur Levine and Mr and Mn
Samuel Levine ol Chicago and
Mi and Mn Sam Lelder, ol New
York, the couple's children Also
attending will be Chicago resi-
dents Mr and Mr. A. .1 Ki-cn
berg and Mr- Fannie Cohen, sis-
ten and brother-in-law of Mrs Le-
vine
Other Chicago relatives will in-
clude Mr and Mr- Ralph Rundel.
PAGE 5 A
Miss Linick Marries
Mr. Na 11 mn Saroff
Mrs Anna K Linick. of Miami,
and Mr Rubin Linick, ol Passaic,
N. J.. announce the marriage of
their daughter, Irene Elizabeth, to
Nathan Saroff, son ol Mr and Mn,
Samuel Saroff, Now York al Tifer-
eth Israel North (inter on Dec.
26
The bride i- i graduate ol Flor-
ida State Univenit) and i- ,i teach-
r al Biscayne Elementary School
The groom is a graduate of the
-?
Miss Adntnnt Kafi
Henne Betrothed
[Katz Anniversary
" *denne Katz- engagement
P*eDavid Schwartz was an-
w Sunday on the 24th wed-
iJ?Trsar> her parents.
Md Mrs Samuel Katz, 7207
'*. Miami Beach.
'caqple Pian ,,,, wed.
'Kiti is a graduate of Miami
' *lh School She attended
*"enity of Florida, j, ,k,w
w *t the University of *t-
lite* of Mr. aa*
J*ecb Schwartz 3gt a>W- MMft
" *h Scboot.
Mrs. feajaaa T. Geiidlm
Oshlag, Gendlin Wed,
Will Live in Chicago
Miss Frances Ellen Oshlag,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs My man
Lieber, Mountain Home, Tenn
and Miami Beach, was married
on Saturday. Dec. 25. to Eugene T.
Gendlin, son of Dr and Mrs. Leo
Gendlin, Washington. I) C,
Reverend Nathan performed the double ring cere-
mony in the One. Fifth Avenue Ho-
tel. New York City, in the pres-
ence of immediate member- of
both families.
The bride, daughter al.....f the
late Dr. Julius A. Oshlag. attend
ed Miami Beach High School .md
is in her junior year at the t ni-
versify of Chicago.
Mr. Gendlin, an instructor at
Wilson Junior College in Chicago,
is a candidate for the PhD degree
at the University of Chicago. He
served with the Navy during
World War II
Mr. and Mrs. Gendlin will reside
at 908 East 61st St., Chicago.
JA sjfcfcA


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\M 4
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Miss teoh Rothman
Rothman, Koppel
Betrothal Announced
I.eah Rothman and Maurice Kop-
pel are planning for their June
wedding.
The bride-elect is the daughter
ol Mr Adolf Rothman and the
late Carrie Rothman. 751 SW 11th
St.
Mr. Koppel. son of the Abbott
Koppels, 546 NW 33rd st.. is a
Brooklyn Technical High School
graduate.
Mi-s Rothman graduated from
Miami Senior High School and M ill
receive her AB degree from the
Univenit} of Miami in June. She is
majoring in interior decoration.
At the U of M. she i- vice pres-
ident of Sigma Lambda Phi, serv-
ice sorority, and vice president of
the Home Economics club.
Mr Koppel is also a student at
the Univenity of Miami.
Ai'lni.....
Miss Marion Siegel /
Siegel, Eggnatz
I Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siegel. Bal-
timore. Md.. announce the engage-
j ment of their daughter, Marian, to
i Lee Eggnatz, son of Dr. and Mrs.
i Meyer Eggnatz, 500 South Shore
\ dr., Miami Beach.
Both Marian and Lee attended
Park School in Baltimore. The
1 bride-elect also attended Mary
Washington College of the Uni-
versity of Virginia at Fredricks-
burg, and is now at Bard Avon In-
stitute in Baltimore.
Mr. Eggnatz was a student at
the University of Florida and is
1 now attending the Dental School of
'> the University of Maryland. The
couple are planning a June wed-
ding in Baltimore.
June Marriage
For Miss Flcur
Mr. Samuel Fleur, 1325 Meridian
ave announces the engagement of
his daughter, Gloria, to Mr. Lloyd
Wucher.
Mr Wucher Is the son of Mr. and
Hn lack Wucher. 1618 West ave.
The bride-elect graduated from
James Monroe High School. Brook-
Mrs. Helhan SoroH
business school of the Fashion In-
stitute in New York and is em-
ployed as an accountant at the
Gaffney Construction Co.
The bride wore a white silk bal-
lerina gown with a Juliette cap
and nylon tulle veil. She carried a
white mother of pearl prayer book
trimmed with i white orchid and
tepflenotia
Maid of honor was Miss Marcia
Anthon) Mi- Anthony wore a
peacock blue gown and carried i
bouquet of pink pompom- and
-tephonotis
Beit man was Mr Gene Ebriicn
The double ring ceremony un-
performed by Kabbi Abraham
Her-on. ^__
Dicners Home After
Tour of Israel
Beth Sholom fo Offer
Course by Rabbi Kronish
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. chairman of
the membership committee of
Temple Beth Sholom. this week an-
nounced a course in "Living Amer-
ican Liberal Judaism." to be given
every Wednesday evening in Jan-
uary at the Temple by Rabbi Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader.
"The Course is open not only to
j the general membership of Beth
| Sholom, but to the entire Jewish'
community as well." Dr. Eggnatz
said. Mrs Ralph Cobb. of the mem-
bership committee, will serve as
chairman of the lecture-course.
Balsam Bar Mitzvah
Mark Stuart Balsam, son of Mr.
Milton Balsam, executive director
of Beth David Synagogue, was Bar
Mitzvah in New York Saturday.
,-"-> etMfiBtMB>
' to-Tau E*.iton Mil fri-
Hnmmbnd Birth
Dr. and Mrs Daniel C) Ham-
mond, 5901 North Bayshore dr..
Miami, announce the birth of their
daughter, Helen, Saturday. Dec 25.
at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Ma-
ternal grandmother is Mrs. Outa
Rubin. Dr. Hammond is a Miami
gynecologist.
Beth David Forms
Classes for Adults
First elan m a ten-week consecu
tiv* series tor adults will open at
Bern David n Tuesday evening,
J*ii class*, will be offered:
prayer bee* Hebrew aad the Five
jto*e*lo*tloJPnd
> Lit use ..jrui n History.' **
tfaisaa. ,tewisli Literature and Con-
MpW^hh froblems. to
Miss Gloria fleur
|yn NY. attended the Art Stu-
dents League in New York and
mi | student at the Institute of
Commercial Art in Westport, Conn.
Mr. Wucher, after serving four
Mr md Mrs. Bernard Diener. of v(,.,r> |n the L\s. Navy, is now asso-
8920 Byron ave. Miami Beach.
Inave returned from a twomon.h
! tour of Israel.
dated with Miami Beach Whole-
-,,le Grocery Co. He attended Mi-
ami Beach High School and was
Mrs Diener is the former Esther graduated from Whitefield School.
Tane'of Haifa. During the War of He is ais() attending the Univer-
UheVation, she sen-ed in Israel s < Miamj, where he majors
underground f ,. in Business Administration.
David Zang. Mrs. Diener s lath A June wedding is planned by
M was one of Haifa's pioneer set-: ,he newly engaged couple
Sratld is now a judge there _----------------.----------
On their return to Miami Beach, p| .j, >Ienl|)CI^
MLnn^n^SrS,^ApcH<>nore and Londea.
Home of Mrs. Herbert Bernstein.
4540 North Michigan ave.. Miami
Beach s the site Wednesday of
ber* of Helta Phi EpsiUm sorority
^ metal saMfcering honoring mem-
^ITZZ* at^VnEy of Florida. Hosts
M,trvah during S"1"^1^** were the Greater Miami Ahrmnae
mi\m+ "^ fS ST Chapter of DPbiE and memben of
"B, Rabbi Mayer AbramawiU win ajtemi. **^
ctata.

)i I.ido
Miss UHt BlumtnlitU
EUie Bkimenfield
Flans July Kites
Mr. and Mrs. Al Blumenfield, of
Uwrence. L.I.. New York, have
announced t h e engagement of
their daughter, Ellie. to Myron Jay
Singer, of Miami Beach.
Mr. Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Singer, of Lawrence and Mi-
ami Beach, is completing his law
studies at the University of Mi-
ami, where his bride-to*e is als6_
. a student
Following their Jry wedding
and a two-month European honey-
moon, the couple plan to make
tSeir-beme ia Miaari Heach.


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yJmHtBBdsMSUL
JTHDAY.

Double Ring Ceremony for Ann Seirant
And Arthur Pine; Honeymoon in Cuba
In a double ring 11:30 a.m. Ml-
niony on Sunday. Doc. 26. al t lie
hotel, Miaa Ann Felice Ser-
nint. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben-
jamin Serrant, 105 North Shore dr..
BOM I he bride ot Arthur Pine,
I Mr and Mr-. Harry Fine.
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehman, of Tem-
ple Bmanu Kl. officiated Deem- .>t
(he entire wedding was ice blue
I white
Eh -t man w.i- Philip Brooks Ms>
tri.n df honor was. Mr- Larry Kor-
1 arol tan Horn, cousin of
the bride from Chicago, was maid
<>t honor.
I -her- iticludoal Larry Koraon
Harve) Khrlieh.
bride -elected an
white cocktail4ength gown, heart
shape on shoulder neckline and
long fitted torso that fell Into
.:< skin Her three tiern d
ch illusion veil was atti 1
t 1 crown ot matching fabric and
she carried 1 bridal
bouquet "i white cameliai and
white roses
Her strand of cultured pearls i
:t of the groom'l parent- The
! and pearl brace-
Jet \wth a heart-shaped charm of
pearls rh,- was .1 gifl from a \
on the daj -he WM born.
Newlywed Mrs. Pine 1- a gradu-
of Miami Beach High School
attended the University of
Florida Mr Fine attended schools
in New York and will receive hi-
.it the University ol Florida
in Electrical Engineering in Feb
1 arjr.
Mi and Mrs. Samuel Amber, ma-
iparents of the bride,
ed fmm Tuc-on. Ariz for the
wedding. Mr- Weinstoek, mat
1 ..I grandmother of the groom, ai-
led.
Mrs Serrant selected a ballerina-
length gown ci iride-cent faille.
1 and aqua, off shoulder effect
with pink accessories Mr- Fine
acted I -'1 eet length pink taf
leta gown, trimmed with pearl-
itnd matching acce--one-
\ ueddmg breakfast followed
the ceremony at the Algier- The
couple flew to Havana for their
hone\ moon.

Mrs. trtkwr Urn*
if town guests included Mr-
Nathan Horn, of Chicago, with
daughter- 1 arol and Patricia Ann.
d Mr-. Joseph Ka. of
: k.
7.") Attend Party
For Melodye Weiss
More than 75 guest- came to
wish Melodye Hope Wei Han-
K Birthday** on Dec. 26. Melodye
Hope will be three years old New-
Year- Bm
The children- party included
well wi.-her- from three to fire and
was attended by Renee and Adn-
enne Richman. Adele Richman.
Sylvia Raphael. George and Shar
Miller. George Bolner, The Ttjo
Kaplans, (iale Roth
Nonna and Mimmi Feldman.
Bobby. Wollson. Buddy and David
Fel- Arlene Graff and Debhv Friedman.
Open house following the chil-1
drtn- party was -erved on the
patio Melodye Hope's grandfather.'
Mr Maurice Brook-, was toasted
by his friends and relatives on his
birthday which 1- on the same day !
.1- hi- granddaught.
Mr- Penny Wottson, Mrs. Morris
Brooks. Mr- (lint Newman, along
with Melodye Hopes mother. Mrs.
Djuretta Weiss, were hostesses
at the party held in the home of
Mr and Mr- Morn- Brook-. 520 I
SW 62nd ct. Miami
Pythian Sisters To Seat Officers
rpie No 33 Pyth-
Sisters, will in-tall 1955 otti
' public ceremonies sVednes
da) 1 \en:ng. Jan. 5 at 500 SW 17th
Ren 1 ir cape* of obliga-
tion from in-tailing officer Mr-
A. J Brown will be:
I hut. Mr- Manuel Rude.
Mi -t Excellent Chief. Mr- Alfred
Wiseman; Excellent Senior Mrs
Nut Sanders; Excellent Junior.
Arthur Robin-on
Manager. Mr-. Ben Donner-tem
lary, Mr- Harrv Baron, trea-
-urer. Mr-. Irving Glazman: pro-
tector. Mrs Murray Friedberg:
guard. Mrs. Bernard Michel-on.
pianist, Mrs. Al Stern
Others elected to serve lor the
commg year are: grand repre-
-entaUve, Mrs. Lewis Brook-: alter- i
nMe. Mr- Jev- Bernie: press curre-
-pondenL. Mrs Philip Caminiti:
mi.-tre-.- of work-. Miss Malvene
Stern, captain of degree staff, Mrs.
Ralph Grossman: trustees. Mrs.
Abe Kranlz. Mrs. Murray Cordon.
Mr- Sam Schoychid.
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
Miss Rita Grossman is now visit-
ing with her family la Miami. As-
sistant to the director of the Amor
lean Eionlst Committee for Ihlblic
Affairs In Nen Vork, she 1- the
daughter oi Mr and Mr- Maurice
:l!.'.2 SW 15th -t Mi
ami.
Miss Irene H Ke-tenhaum Is now
visiting with her family at 1950
SU 16th St.. Miami Formerly of
Miami and active in >oung adult
Zionist affairs, Miss Kaitenhanm
now lives m Tallahaiafni. where
she work- with the Florida State
Lagislat ire
ix
Mn Sonia Lyons i- at home at
1 s\\ 1 tit Is ave recuperating
r an illness oi sis week- She
i 1 member ol Beth David Sister-
hood.
ir -tr
The arrival Of Mr- I-eona Levine
li.i- marked the -tart ot the winter
season tor her parents. Mr. and
Mr- Paul Sperling, of Miami
He.uli Mr- Levine will be joined
bj her hu-band. Jerry, from their
Middle Village. L.I. home, after
the new year tor the triple celebra-
tion of their ninth wedding anni-
Veisarj and the birthdays of both
Mr. and Mr-. Sperling.
& -it
Vi-iting Dr. and Mrs. Edward G.
Lear for the holiday season are
her -on. Dr Walter Lear, and his
children. Bonnie Jean and Jay. Dr.
Lear is medical administrator for
the hospital insurance plan of New
York City.
ir -if Mr. and Mrs Alan F. Westin ar-
rived last week to spend the holi-
days with their parents. The Wes-
tins were married in June and are
nuking their home at Cambridge.
Mass.. where Mr. Westin is a mem-
ber of the Harvard faculty. Mrs.
Westin. the former %ea Shapoff.
teaches at the Hunkle School in
Brookhne. Mass.
ir -tr -ir
Mr and Mrs. Jon Nathanson an-
nounce the birth of their son, Mor-
ns Alvan. at Mt. Sinai Hospital
Dec. 14. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max Jacobskind. of Miami,
and Mrs. Sarah Nathanson. Maiden.
Mass. The Nathanson-. formerly of
Biddeford, Me., are now Miami res-
idents.
A hi 11 Bargteil J*ar,
Mitzvah Saturday
(si
Alan Gilbert Bargteil will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during the Sat-
urday morning services of Beth
David Synagogue.
The Jan. 1 confirmand is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil
2486 SW 16th st.. Miami.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High School,
Alan is a member of the concert
band and attends Beth David re-
ligious school.
Among out of town guests at the
Bar Mitzvah will be his grandpar-
nt-. Mr. and Mrs. George Bargteil.
Washington. DC: Mr. and Mrs!
Meyer H. Bargteil, uncle and aunt,
of Silver Springs. Md.; Mr. and
Mrs <'k*im Alter. Montreal. Can-
ada: and Mi Edith Barber. New-
York City.
y
-
Women's Auxiliary Plans
lire Membership Affair
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary to the Jewish Home for the
Aged will hold a dessert luncheon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carner. 6455 Pinetree dr., on Mon-
day. Jan. 3.
The function will serve as the
group's annual life membership
party, and members bringing new
life members are eligible for ad-
mission, according to Mrs. Sol Sil-
verman, president.
Mrs. David Phillips, vice presi-
dent, is chairman of life member-
ship. Proceeds are for maintenance
and support of the Jewish Home
for the Aged at Douglas Gardens.
Alan C. tirfftil
Naomi Hadassah
Naomi Group of Had
meet Mondaj evening, j~]
Howa/d Johnson's, 1100
blvd. Mr-. An-hel Rackotfl
gram chairman, will pre^T
"New Face- of 1955"
plan- for the "Panoramas']
ion," to be presented on,
17. will be discussed by
Stuart and Mrs. Henry Was
MiAMt C0NXALESiK.\T ff0j
335 S.Tf. 12th Ave. 110 ALIEN, Dirtct,r Ph. 2 5437 ssf |
SpttimUtimt Cars te rae EMerly and Ch,onk,tlr III
24-Moar Nvrsiaf Service Special Diets Strictly Okienti
PrfcMte aad Swi Private lUomi
I lilllt TIE <[[(...
Continued from Po 4 A
Threaten Negro Revolt in America' Communists Plan Black
Republic in South."
J-ue No 143. July 15. 1951. informs its reader- The Talmud i-
ihe most filthy. re.,-,,n breeding, anti American. anti-Chn-tian t-,k
in existence Jewish leader- boast that the Talmud has not been chang-
.-t during the BMOt 2.O.- nd that it ha- the -tronge-t
Judaism Of any book in existence ...h,, studies it
h a- Mr- Ethel K Julio- hWn
i .try Cold. Mortn Sobell. David Greengl. Weinbaum
Judith Copli.n. Abraham Br,.thman and Oppenh>-imer
Isam No 143. Angus! -.Defamation
I '.-. of B'nai B'r.th is the backbone for Marxism in th.- I
..nd many n ,. ittack-. dot tvm
one would be impelled to quote more' and more
e demented observations w. r : The f*et remains
' ,n" and racism upon which tl.
( American Activities Commit u-t iasued its report
The -ad feeling that the report 1- a -op and ge>ture in the dire<
c-f offsetting the indignation Mr Velde> investigators have aroused 1
during the past year with their often reckless methods waxes stronger'
and -tronger. The sad fact that the committee s past history in com-'
munist investigation- has aroused the antipathy of countless Americans
fl"?."?*,'" US \ w*le f ***^ so far as the untroubled outlook
of McGinley and his ilk are concerned. For antipathy toward reckless-
ftT_ !, t0 distast' ,or furth*'- rrespr.nsibJe breach*, of individual
liberty and vigorous support of further investigations even if thev
are conducted fairly in the future will hardly be mustered The in-
digenous nature of American hate groups seems at the moment to con
Camp Specialist Here
Miss Ray Barnett. children's
camp information specialist 1- now
Visiting Miami Beach, with head-
quarters at the South Seas hotel.
A camp advi-or for over 25 years.
Miss Barnett will be here until Jan.
5 Miss Barnett can provide par-
ent- with information on camp
sites throughout the nation and in
all financial brackets Her New
York offices are at 345 West 86th
St.
HAMMING TO /JVC
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\0ICAH LEADERS AND
Aff/MfD GERMANY
*kJteiiw$l
MIAMI. FLORIDA
NATIONAL COUNCIL TO
flMift TERCENTENARY
_______ -----~ a...-. .., I ---------" |
ppeal Community Rally To Hear Rabbi Silver
""-"'"STl::,:; KJBP <.........s,,,
L Amencn Zionist rtwve
,, will be principal speaker at
Ltic community assembly to
the 1999 Combined Jewish
mass meeting will be held
jrhur-H./\ evening, Jan. 13. at
[Miami Beach Auditorium and
Ibeopi'ii i" the public
Eg included on the program.
fh will launch Greater Miami's
inclusive fund railing
55 local, national
ies, will be
im, i former director of
Foreign i >p< ratiom Adminis-
I Economic Aid to
eommunit) will hear from
Mtional and local govern
officials, .i- well as leaders
.ligiuii. philanthropy and so-
welfare The mayora of all
County municipalities have
invited to be seated on the
urn .i- guests "f honor.
than 2.500 persona are ex-
led to attend the gathering
|q c Myers, president o( the
Kr Miami Jewish Federation.
preside as chairman of the
ling. Coordinator of the en-
event is Miv Louia Glasser.
landing community leader
chairman for three consecu-
years ol the CJA Women's Di-
jn Mr- Max Wcitz. active lead
In the CJA Woman'! Division.
been appointed chairman of
irraogemenl s committee.
lore
member of the Florida State W
tar. B
952, the n
In ,.,tl .,. ,,.,.,.|W.,|
on from the National I
"" of Christians
in 1953 die |
ii for
I i Bonds
Shi
Ml s na \ ixihai
thi Metropolitai D
nit] Cheat for I
,i bn
: Jl Wish
the Gn iter M
&
?
Mrt, Mai Wtito
airs, louii Glasser
All members of federation's
board of governors, the unit which
represents more than 60 tup Jew-
ish organizations, will attend.
Admission to the rally will be
free of charge. Mrs. Glasser ^!al
ed. However, admission will be by
ticket only The greatest portion of
58-4331 The greatest portion I 1
the main floor is being reserved
for volunteer workers of the Com
bined Jewish Appeal and other
CJA campaign leadership, Mrs
Glasser pointed out.
Campaign chairman Sam J Hei
man will announce the official
CJA goal for 1955. and division
chairmen will accept their respec-
tive unit quotas on behalf of their
volunteer workers It is expected
that new volunteers will be en
rolled to swell the army of work
era to the 3,000 mark which Hei-
man announced as the "minimum
required manpower in the coming
campaign."
Mrs. Glasser, coordinator of the
opening meeting, has worked I
many years with a variety ol or
ganizations in this area. She was
secretary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation in 1952 and a
member of the board of governor*
for many years Mr- Glasser was
national vice president of the
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress and was recently
elected to serve for four year- as a
'
1' t ol
"
en's i
M
I asl summi r
around the world '
iduate ot Hunter Coll<
ma cum laude. and ha- a law de
fmm Brooklyn Lai
She formerlj taught sen ol In the
East and i- married to Louis Glas-
ser, who i- engaged In the n
tate I' isinesi in Miami.
trip
sum-
Mrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs. Louis Makovsky conduct
candlelighting ceremony at Hebrew Academy Women's life
membership tea Wednesday in the Tides hotel.
Palmer Named Center
Fund Raising Chairman
Sidnej Palmer, local community
leader, wa- this week appointed
chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center fund
raising committee Palmer will be
responsible for ciH.rdinating and
giving guidance to various inti
income activities ol GMJCC, Mrs
M0fn Slrkhi Whro : a
vealed.
Palmer, who was ap-
pointed a member ol I
Board ol Review rship,
vner and operat* r ol P
Monumi nl Companj
.dent of Be'h I)
for 54 > ars and president of
Beth El Congi
He was named Lieutenant
onel bj the lati Go' ir Fred P.
for meritorious -
dered the State of Flori I
was also finance and publicitj di-
rector ol the Miami Drum and
f the Amei
gion, pasl president ol the Miami
ue Merchants Association,
past patron of Emunah Chapter No
175 order of Eastern Star and
i r of the board of directors
of the former Miami VMHA
Palmer is also a member of the
board of directors of the GMJCC,
a- well a- ol it- executive commit-
tee
First meeting ol the committee
met Monday to discuss plan- tor
forthcoming "Car Project,"
activity of the committee
Announcement was made ol
rh" appointn I William Suss-
man as chairman tor the B
Branch project. Sussman is a mem
: the board of directors and
the executive committee ol GM
a member of t h e Beach
Branch Planning Council and a
member of Temple Emanu-EI
Also revealed was that Sam Seit-
lin. member of the board and exec
utive committee ol GMJCC and
treasurer of the Southern Section.
h Welfare Board, will head
the Town Branch for thi- project
Sidnev Stiller, vice president of
GMJCC, past president of Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter and a member ol the GMJCI
board and executive committee,
will c o n t inue as chairman in
charge ol 'he Flagler-Granada
(enter.
A sisting Palmer* is Leon Kap-
lan, former chairman of the GMJ
('(' fund raising committee, as
well as
Charles Adelman, Leo Acker-
man. R. W. Apte. Milton Balsam.
Leo Chaikin. Mrs. Abraham Cohen.
Mrs Albert Comanori A. Budd
Cutler, Mr. and Mrs Malvin En$i-
lander, Leon Epstein, Herman
Feldman, Monroe (lelb. Seymour
Gelber. Mrs Max C Cettinger.
Morns Honigbaum, Abe Hure-
\.t/. Hyman Kam, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan. Irvin Katz, William
Kneapler. Irving Lax, Sidney Let
court
Mr-. Philip Lefkowitz, Marlene
.Joseph Master-. Gertrude
Killer, Edward Peyser, Handy Po-
lansky, Hyland Rifas, Irving Saal,
Bernard Segal, Sam Seitlin, Fred
Snochet, Fred Bewail, Edith Schul-
man, Isidore Simkowitz.
Mr and Mrs Milton Sirkin. Paul
Sobel. Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. Lou
Stein. Lewis Sternshein. Sidney
Stiller. Mrs Carl Susskind, Wil-
liam Sussman. Jack Toppell. Rob-
ert Tauber. Harold Thurman. Mr-
Carl Weinkle. Stuart Winston. Ber-
nard Weksler and Mrs. Samuel
Zibit.
ght of Judaean Hills Fills Youthful American With Silent Awe
'eich Student Tells of Israel's Beauty
((EDITOR S NOTE: The Jew
Flnridun publishes below
wpts from a letter written by
Ova Kwitney to her par-
Mr and Mrs Harry Pe-
wltney, of the Hebrew
emy faculty, Miami Beach.
Kwitney is now studying
"he Youth Workshop of the
Hal Agencj in Jerusalem.
and Will return here next
F '' work with local Young
P**a groups
pttrda) i returned from our
da> Irip, and I have a book
"'" you I onli hope that I
can impart at least a little bit of
the flavor and excitement.
We started ott from Jerusalem
in two open trucks. The v were
huge with benches on either side
and one in the middle and a can
vas covering for the top of the
truck. In the back we put our
knapsacks, blanket rolls and prov i
sions. It was 6:30 am., and ever)
one was dressed in heavy jackets
and combat boots There were for
ty of us to each truck
About 7 45. the sun was getting
warmer, and we made our fir-t
stop right in the valley of the hill~
of Judea Whit I sight! The hills
M Mescheloff Accepts Pulpit
Of West Rogers Park Congregation
P*l M > Meacsaaloif has ac the Strath Haven hotel last week
Pulpit ;,, p,ritual leader'
""I Ko;
Rabbi Simon April. aaaociaUoa
f local
ran Roger, Park Congregation president, spoke in behall of local
g*ago. III., according to word! spiritual leaders who expressed
lh Ma ** lh-'r gratitude for the outstand
' U'-ch.ioif i, now in Chi. ing work" ; which he had eogag
'FUing arrangements for his ed here during the past 11 years
"' 'nstaluatlon there Jan. 9. i Rabbi Mescheloff is former sptf
jee.pi,,,,, wu .ndered him itual leader of Beth Jacob i o4.v
inn o .' h,,|"(f bv he Greater gat ion and was long active in kaaB
Kabbmical Associafion at t ruth organiiations on Miami Beach
were high on either aide ol us,
the morning j- clear and cool
and the sensation of standing so
low in the vaUes with vasl hills on
either side filled u- with awe. All
Was quiet and peaceful The .me-
Hme Arab village of Kin Kerem
(now Jewi-hi was on the hilN to
OUT left to our right 'he -tone ter
races built on the mountain- in
Biblical time- lav crumbled
\;.d in the center, evenlv plow
,.,i fields and young apple trees
growing, symbolic of the modern
ol our people to restore
the i.,nd to rertiUtj We climbed
,,,., traeki again and rode tar
,her to. Bboul two hour- I here
we visited a BetarKibbutt that was
luring he
., ,. ,n recent months
eked b> neighboring
Vrab Marauders We left our trucks
Jll(| ,o,,k i two-anile hike
|vai>j walking 'he iaat expai
eautiful
J| Ik,ween
the wrroundta m"l,n
,. W came to Ha.t She.n-b
,, llliuh time Thii when
Son wa- born, whe: ",d
! Delilah liv ed an J where in the Can
nanite d>- a magnificent tem-
ple, to the sun was ouilt. i Hence.
Bet Shemesh. house of the sun.)
We stood on the ruins of this
temple and overooked the land
Mape We had left the hill coun-
tTJ and were entering the level
plain land A little information
about the road we were travelling
The old short road tro.n Jerusalem
to Be er Sheba that is now in Arab
hand, was cut off to the Jews dur-
Ib| the critical days of the war,
.,,, | the Israelis couldn't get
through to Jerusalem Th- H i
h erne in the ni^ht an.l over-
night built a new crude road to
Jerusalem SO that we could get
through. Do you have anj
what thai na n To build a
.,;. were killed apd
now we passed a tall memorial
erected in memory ol those brave
men n > the road is called Kvish
ir.,h, the Road ol Heroism
! [eh very strange al being so close
to understanding the meaning i I
dying i ir one's country.
On Wednesday, the next morn
lag, we packed up In our trucks
., ,nd rolled Ofl We were U
Continoad on P*9 B
Jirfney falmtr
Pediatrician in Talk
\ ;th Dade Jewish Center will
meet Wednesday. Jan 5 Dr. How-
ard Engle, pediatrician, will con-
duct the second in a series of lec-
tures sponsored by the Center. #


PAGE 2 B
-kmiUyfhrHi.tr
CM Group to Hear
Bruce McDaniel
Co-hosts al the annual dinner
sponsored by the Winter Residents
Division in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal will be Jack ear-
ner, division chairman, and Col.
Jacob M. Arvey. nationally known
Democratic leader.
The event will be held on Sun
day. Jan. 9. at the home of Car
ner. 6455 Pine Tree Drive Circle.
Miami Beach.
Carner has named Arnold Seed'
er. Sam Resnick and David Phil-
lips, veteran workers in the divi-
sion for many years, to act .is
members of the dinner arranjje-
nu'iits committee.
Guest of honor and speaker will
be Bruce McDaniel, termer direc-
tor, c.s Foreign Operations Ad-
ministration lor Economic Aid to
Israel.
McDaniel will make a special
flight from New York Citj to ap-
pear at the Winter Residents
vent and to report on hi~ experi-
ences as direeti.r for thro yean
of the American Foreign Opera
tions Mission in ihe Slate of Is-
rael in cooperation with repre-
sentatives of the government ot
Israel, he directed the expenditure
Of -nine $190.(MI Blent sum m Israel currency
For mere than 20 years, \\<- has
i r:c ral counsel and
!u- -.- >inl largest ei ati\o
citrus market group in thi
nd with <>> mi miIkt
ciations in t hi organization
distributed to the major markets
F tlii L'.S I u ; nd t

He has served the I'.S. D
holds thi i
ctivi 'ii thi
S Vrmy.
~.
Jack Cf*r
Bruce McDomrf
Cooper Exploitation
In Israel Makes
Rapid Advance
Copper exploitation in Israel has
been |iven further impetus, it v. ..-
learned this wr> k by Jacob Sti. r
i reater Miami chairman af the Is
rael Bond Organization, when I-
i.,. 1 Ministry of Development an
nounced tii.it. with the utilization
of investment capital derived from
i Israel Bonds, the Dorr
[Engineering Company has been < n
.: anil build a bilge
smelting and refining plant near
'In- copper mine- of Klath. south
-t point ot ihe country
Ihe decision to build such a
smelting plant was based, to .,
". tlio (hidings ol .i
group ol mi talluxgists who. with
Bond assistance, undertook
.ill project in 1083 to deter-
lie mo~i suitable production
(traction techniques," Slur
stated
slur explained that th>' n
proved that Israel copper
on- compares favorably in quality
with on- in other copper produc
n .i- "f the world which have
successful!) e\ploited copper com-
merciall)
Construction work at the copper
-ites i- expected to begin shortly
after Israel celebrates it- seventh
anniversary next May instal
lation ol machinery and initial pro
duction .in anticipated bj the end
ol I95S or early in 1956 The
- monthly output will In* up-
proximatel) i.o coppi
Chapel to Bear
Dr. Kaplan's Name
Dr and Mrs Jacob 11 Kaplan
were honored on thi' occasion of
Dr Kaplans With birthda\ at a
dinner celebration in the Sans
Sown hotel DOC 26.
Kabln BmeHtua of Temole Is
,-. i Dr Kaplan ma greeted by
Herbert U Feibeteian, toast mas
ter
others offering greetings at the
Temple 1-r.iel tribute U) the Spirit-
ual leader wen Mayoi Kbt Arono
\il/ CM) "I Miami. Dr H Frank
hn William- Universit) Of Miami
Myron S Zeieotz. from Temple. Is
r.,el confirmands; Sie MencicUon
(-from past president* "f ""' *""
[gr*gtion. *l
frank A I'erlman Temple Is
rael religious school; Hj Kaplan.
Men's Club; Mrs Leopold I. Sch-
wartz, Sisterhood; Martin Fine.
Couples, l-td and Mrs I M Wcin
Stein, s|>ecial tribute
Principal addresses were offered
In Dr Joseph Narot. Temple 1s-
-puitiial leader- Kahbi J Mar
-hall Taxay, Daytona Beach, and
William I> Singer, congregation
president
Musical program included songs
bj Cantor Jacob Bormtein. with
Mrs Louis Adler at the piano
Special resolution was patted by
Temple Israel to "record the deep
feeling ol gratitude to our Com
mon Father tor the blessing "f Dr.
Kaplan's hfc and labor- his friend-
ship anil his influence
The resolution also designated
tin- chapel of the now Temple I-
i.,i I building 'thi Jacob n Kap
lan Chapel a- a tribute and as a
future perpetual memorial" to the
spiritual Nader
Daniels Reveals Hollywood
Lodge Anniversary Jen. 16
Hollywood I-odge, B'nai B'nth.
will be presented with a District
No 5 Award for Service at a forth
coining State Convention, according
to an announcement this week by
Charles Daniela, first president of
the nine \ear-old lodge
Daniels, a member of the inter
national B'nai I! nth organization
for 45 years. wa> the first person
in the order to receive the B*nai
H'rith president's Certificate for
Humanitarianism
In audition. Daniels last jraajf re-
ceived an Honor Certificate for 25
years ot service to the order.
Service Fund, of which he is cur
rently state chairman.
Hollywood Lodge will mark its
ninth anniversary with a dinner'
dance on Jan 16, Daniels revealed
=2^22513.,
Or. Allen Present,
Fraternity With Pl^
Dr lt",,"'< M Allen .
<>t Alpha Epsilon ,-, 2,1
7""" "'' be* cft*!
The award wilj ^ .
consideration | candid l!
Alien. Dr Donald Mlch|^|
tfMHIllel director. .ajJJ
[ft of the local (oandanJ
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.. Inspired porm -a (catena W the famed Andron tradition.
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Warburg Dinner Planned
MEW YORK Edward M. M
Warburg, presidanl of the United
Jewish Appeal, will !" honored at
a testimonial dinner Saturday eve"
ning. Jan. 22, at the Waldorf-As-
toria hotel for his general i-h.ur-
manship of the Appeal over the
p.i-t four years and for more than
a decade and a half of humanitar
ian service to refugee and dis-
tresaed Jews in all parts of the
world. Jack D. Weiler, national
campaign chairman of the UJA
and chairman of the dinner com-
mittee, announced also that Sena-
tor Herbert H. Lehman will serve
i- 1 trait matter Warburg was until
recently UJA general chairman.
Art, Music Functions
Scheduled on Beach
Kliot ollara. nationally known
artist, will speak on "The Lan-'
RUaffl of Water Color Monday |
evening, Jan. 3. at the Oceanfront
Auditorium. Four films on water (
color painting made by O'll.ira will
also bl shown Chairmen are Miss |
Bertha Aldruh and Chaini Boat
Workshop in mu>ic appreciation
will present Joseph Mooney in
eonunentar) on opora at the
Ifiamj l'" at h Coromupit) Center
ITuesda) i vening, Jan. 4
Other music workshop soaaions
will Include comic open liiii ii;
voice e\prcMon. Jan '8; and
great sjngexs'of Ufc past. Jan 29
Both functions are under the
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piPAY. DECEMBER 31. 1954
2hiIhrHv>r
leece Group Rapped;
Halts ProgressSchultz
neW YORK The purpose of
L Recce Committee was not alone
hamper tax-exempt education-
I foundations which it investigat-
J. hut to halt the advances of so
L. progrrs- and "turn the clock
KUory back at least 21 years,"
tun- Wward Schultz. national
Lnnan of the Anti-Defamation
Tjgue of B'nai Brith, said this
seek
Th'a -harp condemnation of the
Kial House of Representatives
vu^hwdfl by Ci'iigreksniii B.
fcrroll Reece Republican of Ten
sr. Mr Schultl criticized its
n, 0ne sided and erroneous
Mentation of the facts" and its
Jevelling ol public accusation
[jthout prool He challenged the
mmittee'> purpose as "a dan-
Ml condition in our public
t'and said that the inquiry "was
junulated by men (whose) fondest
Ipes involve forcing a retreat
Lm all the pn>nressof the Roose-
L||, Truman and Eisenhower
[The API. leader, addressing a
leeting of the League's executive
jnmittee at the Hotel Roosevelt.
Lid that "the foundations and the
ucational -nineties are not the
fal targets of these people, but
j expendable element on the road
|ard their goal." The League was
eluded "peripherally" in the
cc Committee''; staff report.
|Mr Schultz said that the Reece
ouiry failed Although the com-
iittee which halted its public
|>Mons abruptly after hearing
ly testimony adverse to the
jajor foundationshas yet to is-
le its formal report. Mr. Schultz
pted that at least three of its five
embers are on record approving
work of the foundations.
iThey are Representatives Wayne
1 Hays cif Ohio and Mrs. Grade
lost of Idaho, the Democratic
tnority members whose opposi-
i to the character of the inves-
^aliun was made known during
hearings, and Representative
hgier I. Goodwin, Republican of
issachusetts. who was quoted as
ring said that he is satisfied that
i laudations have tried to pro-
tour free American institutions
have generally used the vast
ns of money available to them
la manner best to serve the pub-
t interest
r Schultz said that supporters
[the Reece inquiry were "enamor-.
with wh.it they have seen in
r investigative actions" and'
k their effort to turn back the ,
of social and political develop
rat was perhaps inept, but it was .
hbitinus "
[Where they failed, he said, was j
(the choice of victims: the great
Wiaiion. -The foundations
r*r*' D'8 game But they were big
i seise quite different from
at the Reece Commit** thought
N> are not the stuff of which ;
frhr- an n ade They had no in- j
ptMm ol acting as sacrificial
libs."
(foundations lound it a fru-
"ing experience" to defend
PHHres with written briefs, Mr.
fita said, "because they had to
jfnomic Appliance Firm
^wls New Promotions
. 'd r'riedman will preside.
**' Braverman, president of Dy-
Appliances, this week an-
ted that OrviUe Winterstella.
"f general manager, has been
* secretary of the corporation,
i his duties expanded to assist
'President.
EL5 Braverman has oeen ap-
'*a treasurer and Joe Kuly
." <* general sales manager.
|rayerrnan revealed that Dy-
T"'cs Hot point line for 1955
[" feature built-in freezer com-
'ns as companion pieces to
""tpo.nt built-in ovens and
C**s with stainless steel fronts
f'm'c'v dishwashers, dispos-
LtuK an'1 """Ml machines.
r>g many advantages that
"J^Hmtr,y us*d onJy on d-
rMTd*ls. hve now been incor-
_, ,n ,neir standard builders
r ,or 155, Braverman Mid.
give logical answers to an i
tially illogical line of reasoning
But the nature of the testimoi
fared igaJm them which \tr
Schultz ascribed t the |uriat,c
fringe" 'only hastened ih.. col-
lapse of Congressman Rep,.,
fort- to show that most .,( ih<. ,\u.
mestir legislation and foreign pol-
icy of our government from Ron <
velt to Eisenhower ;,. ,, conspir-
acy nurtured and financed bj I
group of educators an-l founds-
mIohcS
The League chairman casti]
what he called "the effort to
the foundations 'controvei
They are essentially consei
in outlook." he said, vet the) were
accused by the staff report of th<-
committee, which started off the
proceedings, of responsibility for
the alleged radicalism of the pa-t
20-odd years
"They are capitalist by convic-
tionyet the report placed the at
leged trend to socialism in this
country at their door.
"Their very reason for existence
is their dedication to the public in-
terest yet the report questioned
their loyalty to this public inter
est "
PAGE 3 B
" Mi 1h introduced by Mrs Sidney Rub-
*edneaday,J 5. jnowite, president, and Mrs.
' harles Gertler, president. Parr-'
1 cording to Teachers' Association
to More than S8.000 has been
' 1 rcenten. c,.iv,,, during the pas, month>
re-
of
journal activities, Mrs. S. A. Good-
Ist- man. journal co-chairman stated.
lent or- The goal for the 1955 publication
Will has been let at $35,000.
MILK-PRODUCING GOATS REACH ISRAEL
WITH AID OF ISRAEL BOND PROCEEDS
Airs. Irrimi firfel
Academy Journal
Sets Area Goal
Of $35,000
Mr- Irvinj I -
er-' A--'-, :
'55 Hebn
I journal, will bi
to the Hebn
and member-
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+Je#ist>nor*09r}
person amjties m wormed panorama
Vision Changes Student's Mind;
Archaelogist Now Chief Rahbi
OFF Tiff; Hb< OHI>
2L*xmA
3'..1
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
JTA
Chief Rabbi Herzog of Israel,
who is now visiting on this side
<>i the world, after studying tor
the rabbinate and getting hia "ae
micha," chanced his- mind and de-
cided instead on the career of an
archaeologist and orientalist With
that in mind, he went I" the SOT
bonne and pursued studies then-
One Rash Hashona night he had a
dream In which he saw his old
rabbi suddenl) appear, and rente
the words "Txoras Klal Yisroel
and suddenly vanish The dream n
worked on the mystic young man
th.it he decided to resume the rah
bimral calling

Since this is Jewish Hook Month.
it ma) DC Oj interest to note that
the book most popular with the
soldiers of the first World War
w.is one authored b) .1 Jewish bus-
iness man with no literal*) ..mlii
tions The bonk was the Sean Roe-
buck Mail order cats
Julius Rosenwald head of the
mail order house dispatched bj
etary of War Newton D Baker
on .1 mission lo Europe on his o* a
initiative took along with him a
! hstnb-
uted in ..11 the hospitals in the
European theatre ol war in which
A u -in soldiers vt 1 re pal ients
Rosa nwald was told .it the
hospitals that the mail ordei
: i he fat orite boot
] sit k soldiers Thej would
turn the pages to d I fish
quipment sports and house-
omforts ai d thmk 1 I
"i 1.....1- raph)
ol Gladstone bj Philip M
I deal
ol att< ntion and thai that
1,....(. ., Disi
'.'. also
be '.
I
ffokbi tsoac Neriafl
. mystic dreom
stand towards Churchill, "Go into
in- office, .uiMsed Wtngate, nd
rai.se your voice and say I want
this ,md then go out and bdng the
door as you go out "

Sign of progress in brad Ac-
cording '" Ir.iel paper, it Is
MM possible in one evening in Tel
Aviv to find enough bars so that by
taking only one drink in each, you
can be up in the wee hours of the
morning in a state to sing "Sweet
Adeline And the first dc luxe
night club has also been opened,
most!) patronized by Americans.

I have Jus! learned from an Is-
rael Bond report that there are
2.000 Jewish shepherds in Israel
The ,mi lent .lows thought a lot of
shepherds Th*) even pictured the
Lord ai I shepherd, as the 23rd
Psalm testifies
Successor to Louis Lipsky
Still Remains Open Fie|J
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Stven Arts
IN THE BAG. Who will succeed
l.ipsky to the chairmanship of the
; American Zionist Committee for
I Public All.his' One of the strong
potentials is l)r Kmanuel Neu-
\ mann. tout it la doubtful a ZOA
man can get that post with a for-
mer ZOA ppresident, Irving Mil-
ler, holding the chairmanship of
the American Zionist Council. The
! outcome may be decided by a war
of the WX8I Hadassah leadership
is eyeing the post ami some -ay it
is in a certain lady's ba :.
MISTAKEN IDENTITY One of
I America's leading novelists re-
cently had occasion to confer on
literary matters with Charles An-
golt. noted Jewish author and lit-
eral*) advisor twftevaral publishing
houses "In the course of the COD-
venation, the novolist apoka rathei
I disparagingly of Jewish publish-
ing J
once violently assailed the latter
Speaking in Commons, Gladstone
poured forth a siring ol abusive
phr.1-1 n ferring to Disraeli and
l with the phrase, that man
ui infant) He then paused for
breath.
ie|j leaned over helpfully
', ir 1.1st words be whispen
th.it man ol infant)
. .
T h e 1 btieth birthday 1, I
1 burchill has passed and l seemed
to have missed an) stories about
Churchill and the -lews Probabl)
oil one could be w ritten
1 hurt hill was always intellectual!)
sympathetic to Zionism, although
it always seemed lo me h<
did anything practical to imple-
11" was a
: tru in! ; W 1 i/in.iiii.
1 ,,i! 1 irdi w r
lated to Churchill and M ho
p. the I"'-! tion .lew ish
friend the Zionists over had, once
v, izmann t" take .1 bolder
XT TIIH MO\ II S
Outraged La More Than Gift of $25,000
By LEON GUTTERMAN
r was callinj
gether with .1 certain rabbi
-k her l
buildit On the
wa) over, Edd I the rabbi
what -urn he had in mind i >h
said the rabbi, "perhaps 15.000
Better let me I
ter, 1 sntor Madam
said Eddie, after the usual intro-
ductions, -we have 1 ome I
you for S50.000 toward the build-
i the new -vnagoeuc I he
lad) threw up her hand- in hor-
ror "Oh. Mr 1 an tor1" -he ex-
claimed, 1 couldn't possibl]
nmre than $25.0Wi

Harpo Marx was reading the
sports page of the daily paper
when his young son who had been
listening to the radio asked, 'Dad-
dy. wh.it is the race problem?"
Without a moments hesitation.
Rarpo answered. "Picking win
Dl r- my boy "
*
Jascha Heiiet/ recently asked 1
famous philanthropist How an
you able to five an much, and still
have sii much''
Well," replied the generous
man. "as I shovel eat, He ibornli
in. and the Lord h.,- a bigger
sliovel than I have
At .1 Jewish Welfare Fund com-
munity meeting in Beverly Hills, a
self-made man got up and talked
at length about how thankful he
wa- that he had never come into
w it h the pernicious influ
1 !- He 1
of it
Do I ui inquired di
atervyn 1 Ri at I
remarks th
are thankful for your l|
v. Mid the seii mad*
I suppose you could put it that
wa)
"Then, continued LeRoy, "I
just want to point out that ...
a great deal to be thanklul fi i
rding to Edward G Robin
son. imagination wa- given to man
to ion.pen-ate him for what he is
I .1 tense of humor wa- pro
vided to console him for whs*, he
Is,

I hineae 1 latter told Jack L
Warner funny people, you
Americans Yon take a glass, add
sugar to make it sweet and lemon
to make it sour You use gin to
j warm you up and ice to ka p > u
cool yen an) ,r, to yon!' and
then you drink it yourself "

A small lx>> wa- sobbing iHatwii
si-latelv. when Jerry Lends asked
the cause of his tear- My pa's a
millionaire philanthropist he re-
plied brokenly "Well, well! That's
nothing to cry about' said Jerry
"It ami. eh -ohbed the boy
"Then you don't know my pa lie
just promised to give me $5 for
my birthday, provided I raise a
similar amout."
ON THE*
THE JEWISH COOK BOOK. By
Mildred Grotbcrg Btllin. 4SS
pp. New York: Bloch Publish-
ing Company. S3.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
This is the newly revised and en
edition ol the famous "Jew
DOS M"ok The lirst part
contain- recipe- for approximately
two thousand dishes both well
known and extraordinary, simple
and complicated, plain and exotic
lie book i- certainly one of the
most inclusive of its kind it con-
for example, UMm of
weight- and measure-, a gloSSST)
ol cooking term- used, a page of
Hand) Hints, and rule- [oc k.i-h-
di
Particular!) good is the section
ipetizers, and the soup chap
ter i- excellent: instructions on
dear and up to
date The -oii|i recipe- thellls, |\e-
-outid wonderful; Turkish, Purim,
fruit (Scandinavian] and of course
borshl and Russian beet nun
IN ischij ..i i ami ng the lelec-
irniah chapter and
-.line recipes make it easy to en
liven an ordinary dish; ana can
ii M meal within the
framework ol an old Standby,
Throughout the book, the step-
b) step method in writing the
hi ipea i- used; that i-. the Ingredi-
ents and their amounts are not
mentioned in a long list at the lie-
ginning of the recipe, hut appear
at that process ,.f the mixing when
the) are to he used. This immense
ly simplifies following a new
recipe Mrs BelUn forgets to say
how many people each recipe will
serve, but even naive cook can
figure this out fairly accurately af-
ter littk experience.
A whole PaasoOCT section i- a
boon for the hottdaya "The Jew
ish Cook Book" will Im' of special
value to those who would like to
keep a Kosher home but don't
know how. as well as for those who
wi-h to prepare a real Jewish dish
oecasionall),

MODERN JEWISH MEALS. By
M.ldr.d Grosbcrg Bellin. 1S9
pp. New York: Bloch Publishing
Company. $2.00.
Tin- shorter cooking manual by
Mrs Bellin ha- some interesting
recipe-, hut the format of the hook
might make it somewhat difficult
tO use The I.....k is divided into
month- with menu- and dishes for.
for Instance, March, all in the
March section I 'iifortunately this
fails to take into account the fad
that iiiiii ii nt loud- are available
in different parts of the countr)
at the same time Instruction- 00
how to set a Seder table are a wel-
come addition. The book's main
value will be to a homemaker who
isn't sure how to prepare balanced |
j meals, or who has trouble in put-
ting interesting and nutritious
I meals together day after day.
Angoff, who miKh
|ft* Scandinavian^,*
''""> in 'his part,cul'
j whether he didn? L?
Prcjudlce- .,. ., ,,.
consultant- "
ISRAEL LAUGHS a *j
Israel gavi his bov a nJ
for a Ch.inuk., Th! j
immediately embarked I'mT.
realist,,- pattern ,h, 1
ensso fashion What .
painting? a-ke,i lhe i^l
am painting ., picture of Grif
plied the lad "You can't
such a picture insisted the |_
"because no one know, u(
look- The yours.
im- .i moment and then the"
answer dawned upon him
will." he uid, alter
painl
M GGETS of the 22.000;
in the Scandinavia
about 14.IMHI ,, dnmiciledTi
den. hut mixed marriage and i_
Datlon are taking a dreadfat]
among the lurvlvon of
Dnmce- in Israel hsvc beeil
ering off since 1949. The
1954 wa- 1 56 per 1,000 as i_
the high oi 2 13 a. 19! I
Israeli divorce rate U anv lowest in the world, the mini
rate i- higher than m hhki
trie-, twelve per l seven per 1 (HKI elsewhCR,
STATISTICS. Since writit
puce about the Coat
y rabbi's revision of the
I marriage contract, 1 kaj
learned a good deal about th]
ject from nt) readers, One
reminds me that the
against altering the kctutaij
! adopted b) sages in Canluul
but that m later years, iai
where polygam) waj practiced.^
ketuhah was made t
clause prohibiting husbasi
taking on added ip
ifc.
teuis lia**r
. MCCMMT
TUK XSOHI.II OF SPORTS
i^
Ut
Greenberg, Kiner in Wage Dispul
By BILL WOLF
JTA
Hank Greenberg, general man
ager of the Cleveland Indians, is
reported to have been opposed
to llalph Kiners much talked
about suggestion that he take a cut
in -alary this year
lhe offer b) Kiner. recently ai
quired by the Indian- came as a
shock to man) fans If it had been
accepted Rich .in oiler might have
set i dangerous preeonent fee low
ering the DSQ check- oi other play
(ireenberg, once one of base
halls highest paid players, in said
not to have liked the whole idea.

Andy Cohen, who years ago was
a New York Giant star under
famous John McGraw, will be
coaching the New Orleans Pelicans ; to Denver. t"hon. 'voUl
baseball club, farm team of the ton. His faith JJ^g ke
Pittsburgh Pirates Cohen has been
coaching in Denver.
player was
Columnist Jack Carberry of the
Denver Post, in writing about Co-
hen s switch to New Orleans, had
the following to say about the for
mer Giant star "Cohen has ex-
hibited the ability to work with
repaid *B
and after one > ar "|^
pie A farm club, then
kee. assigned lo ew
field." t ,
Nat Holemanw_as recen^
-- 'StSZa
oimii.i im ,,1,1111., ui -... "-- j-ew v,,rK vii.- a
every man assigned to the clubs he **" (lN ,|ie I'nitwj
has managed and to devote him *'JN N|"', ..SoortsinV*
-.11 ,,,,I,.,r advancement I here is n.mitte. I ;liilmir
. .committee ti'inori ,
..................................... rommittee honom. --t^j
no better example of this than his s(,lv|(.,, ,,, [he youth "' ^
work with Bill Bruton. the Nation-j,. largel) r","",1"ljJn?e i
,.l Leagues leading base stealer ing to develop the 8a_
leading
and center fielder for the Mllwau-
j kee Braves Bruton attributes
hii climb in baseball to Cohen. The
ball into I
Holman. n<
ing
w luck at
post for the City
hi-old'
coik
two first met when Andy was man- New York, was P
aging Eau Claire. When be moved' plaque.
ntfi


DAY,
DECEMBER 31, 1954
* *??/ ELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
PAGE 5B
,TH ,SRAEL CONGREGA
5%.,ii hold Friday evening
N -, .i 8 30 P.m. Rabbi
will officiate and
yke to bnitete."
5eil will render
1 m* l the liturgy.
|:ri.v morning servicea are at;
P;i Rabbi i iplan will diei
IvLkh Portion. Mincha la al
J\ claw in Bible
the *rvi Shalos Seu-
l Maariv concludes
nee at 5:50 j
ire Bl 8 a.m. J
|515 P m
fcTH TFILAH CONGREGA-
mil hold Friday evening
IS p.ra Saturday
at 3.30 am... I
ph Rackovaky will
Man m Chains." At
H. Rabbi will preach on
Portion. Mincha is at j
m., followed bj Shaloa Sen
m Daily servtaei are
5:46 p.m.
^BREW ACADEMY will hold
servicea at 530
Saturday morning servicea
I with Rabbi Alexander
offici tii and diacusaing
h'eekl) Portion Mincha will
15:191 followed by Shalaa
i> i rvicea are at 7:30
90 p in with Sunday
I., scheduled for 8 a.m.
ypiE sinai of Hollywood
i ning service*
pm Rabbi David Shapiro
I on the topic: A Hap
Joaeph W.
I II remple Choir, un-
iirn hoi "i Rev Ifordechai
the musical '
uneg Shab-
b) Mr and
| UVi-man and Mr.
Siei el Saturday
are at 9 a m..
[ piro discussing the
Portion Daily services
I
Inticello park congre-
|0N will hold early Friday ,
ii Late service is
m. with Rabbi Abraham
1, officiating. Sermon is:
Sojourn in Egypt" Satur-
18 am there will be a class
jlmml Sen lew are at 9 a.m..
[ ermon: The Beginning
Vptian Bondage" At 4 15
class m Biblical studio i-
uleri" Mini I.., i- at 5 15 p.m..
ed by Maarrt

Jh emeth congregation
kid Pridaj niyht services be-!
H 7.30 p m.
*
TH DADE JEWISH CEN-j
frill bold Friday evening sen-
pt 8 15 p m with the choir]
the direction of Lucille j
and Cantor Maurice Neu
ping the musical portions of
p'Urgy Rabbi Henry Okolica I
taffieiate and speak on the
"New Year Thoughts." Sat
morning services are at 9
"hen the Rabb. will discuas:
It* Provider." Juriot
paw M 11 am.
PH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
Friday evening services at
|Pm Rabbi Henry Wernick
I md preach on t
\'' You Coming or (*_
Wjnl .r Maurice Mamches
. the musical oortlona of
with the choir under
I : Miriam Donner
!""- Shabbat win i*. apotv
> Mr and lira, Ralph B..rg
"I"*- son, Alan, will bocorr.
wan during Saturday morn-
m Dally aervaeea
r '*) B.m and 5:15 p.m.

fMPLE ISRAEL evening services at
L.,m Ral'' Joseph Narot will
III uanii preach on th* *P'C"
[,*' (>'ibrate New Years
'n,h<- Sabbath?"
gM EMANU-EL will hold
InJ*en,n,t wrv* t 5 and
\**Z**k Rabbi Irving Lehr
'luting Subject of his ser
L -cheduled as: "A New
"Solution Cantor Philip
Brummer will render the .musical
portion, of the litur \ On
day morning, 9 m Rabbi Lehr
man will discuss the We 'klj Por
lion. Daily services an in the
chapel at 8 I in and :, ;>n p ,

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening service! al 5 IS
p m Late services are al 8 I i
wlnn Rabbi Morton M,,!,,. k> will
officiate and pn aeb on U
"A \e Year." Cantor S
kow will render the mu i i por
tiona of the litui
morning services an 11
Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the
Weekly Portion.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
Dr. Jacob 11. Kap
ESmeritus ol Temple Israel, as
guest speaker durii ;
ning service, at H 30 p m Rabbi B
Leon Mnrwita will officiati -
hour will follow, with the Golden
Candlelighting Time
Ttbet 6 5:23 p.m.
Age Fellowship acting as host. In
charge will be Sam Rabenowich
chairman. Benjamin Shulmai
chairman, and Sam Silvermai
cial director Saturday morning
-ervice. are at 8 30 a m. I
HuiwIU will discus, the Weekly
Portion Rev Rudolph Brill will
ri nder the musical portions of the
liturgy.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 p.m.. with Rev Leo Hi im of-
ficiating. Saturday mornin.
ices are at 8:30 am., when Rev
Heim will di-eu-- the W
tion. Junior service- are at 10:30
a.m.. with Jeffrey Strumpf acting
as spiritual leader and Sidney Sho-
piro as cantor Mincha will be at
5 p.m., followed by Maariv.

BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening service, al
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary
ahu Swirsky will officiate and
preach on the topic The Jewish
Concept of the Messiah Clt
Sanhedrin will be at 3 30 pm Por-
tion of the Tanyah will be discuss-
ed by Rabbi Swirsky after Mincha
Junior services 'are in Academy
Hail at 10 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
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mning lerylcei at 5:1s pj,
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Tr50RAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TIRwil
-
Will I
Ho
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold

Chill i.ii.i
pk It's Going I
Year
' i tiy Melvin Safra
"
der the musical p -
liturgy Saturday n
are at 8 30 am. when I,
will discuss The I mint of
Junior at 9 30 am
under the directioi \ j
Mr- Mary Alpen
host ;
mud is scheduled for 4 45 pm.
folio* Mincl
and SI
Chill will discu
'
a
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE a
ning al 5:30 pi
day morning services are al 9
Rabbi 1 Ever

ognizi
at 5 11.1 by SI
doa Jacob I- S ...
Rabbi Ever w,,.
Port, at 8
a.m. and 5 30 p m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday
ening at 9:30 ar.d 8 pm

ing Hi- tern 1 look will be:
King Ahead Cantor Edward
Klein will chant the lit
I by the Jnder
the direction of Mr Ei. -
Saturday morning services will be-
gin at 8 45 a m- at which time will
, be celebrated the Bar Mitzval
Uoyd Stern, ion ,,f Ut. and Mrs
N Herman stern Bible class is at
' W pm Mincha will be a) 5:18
Shalo Seudos.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
1 Waxman
rtion.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will

*>'i I nuh
% and preaching on th<
Mu. a Turning I'omt in
-l:.v mom
re at 10:4
Kelen er will p
: '
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
tion bold Fi 1 rening
-lay morn-
'tun. M
will tx- at 5 pn d by Shal-
gal will b-
Dail) are at ~ 30 1 m and
5 15 pm Talmud study
daily from 2 to 4 p m
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will : Friday
t 8:15 p.m.. with
.
tl I bresh-
Sat ird : morn-
ng set
Agudath Israel to Hold
Week-Long Dedication
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
plant a week-long dedication cele-
bration commencing Friday eve-
ning, Feb. II, according to an an-
Ci mint this week by Rabbi
spiritual leader
Climax of the dedication will bo
1 m Feb 13 following cere*
monies al the (enter site
nts planned during
thi week will be an installation
luncheon of the Sisterhood and the
ntation ol a Scroll oi Law to
I Agudath Israel in memory ol the
Solomon Emanuel,
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Lamb and Lima Beans Are Main Ingredients
Cool Nights are Ideal for Casserole
Sand your favorite racipa to Tha Jewish Floridian, together with
your nama and address. If you have a racant photograph, you may
include it with your antry. Should your racipa appear in thi$ column,
you will be prasentad with a copy of "Tha Book of Jawish Racipa*,"
Containing 500 kosher recipas and a Foreword on the principles of
cookery.
imiicr mixture, beating until hunt
sin- up >i .i-i and add t" butter mix-
lure With ROUT cream Sift floUF
will) -alt. add alternate) With
milk to butter mixture Beat well
and cover with towel Sel t" rise
in a v...rm place until double iti
bulk
P cream
ni' II slight 1). stiri ing smooth.
Cool When dough has raised, roll
By Mrs. Regina Frischwasser
JTA
LAMB AND LIMA BEAN
CASSEROLE
2 lb-, lamb
i cup Hour
3 tabteapoons cooking lat
i cup water
l teaspoon sail
1 8 teaspoon pepper
2 cups tomatoes
2 cup- fresh lima
l -e lamb meal -neck or breast hall inch thick Brush edg.....I hall
Cul into one-inch cubes, roll in with slightly beaten egg whites,
flour ami saute in fal until brown then i1 ha I teaspoon choco
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Forum Tuesday
"A h.,1 Happening in Israel To
will be the subject ol the
'l lie-day Forum at the Coral Gables
h < enter Jan 1 Participating
will !>< Seymour Liebman, of the
national executive committee ol
the Zionist Organization ol Amor
well as members ol the 1 1
ter faculty who recentlj visited in
Israel Meyer Baskin, chairman <,f
tm \duli Stud) Institute will pre
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clean towels Let riw in .
place until light
Fry m l '_ inch lal neated t" 370
. y on d< ep fat thermome-
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1 brown ., cube ol da)
When doughnuts rise to the ur
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move with lurk rain on
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Rabbi Tzvi H. Porath, of Sil-
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the B'nai B'rith Youlh Organ-
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The onetime New England cir-
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sold hi- chain to Warner Brother!
earl) in 1929 i"i- 915.000.000 said
thai Hi, constant demand for
name talent ai increasing salaries
I in stop somewhere
\' 1 ording to Gottesman, the
Chess Club Formed
Beth David Synagogue hu or-
ganist 1 .1 chess club, Hcrbort E.
Scher, Both David pre-ident. re-
vealed tin- week N.ithan Zoichnor
will Im- advisor to the group uhich
1- scheduled to moot Knd ,> after-
noons in the auditorium.
i 111 red 1 .n'i'i r iberl
S bit 1 .,- product 1 of il
II, plans product ions w ii" cast ol
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)AY, DECEMBER 31. 1954
[merican Officials Admit
\earing Armed Germany
MSHlWrON (JTA) Some
hmgton authorities have |
Ktond thoughts about a |
dlnru; rearmament program in
Germany. But these same of-
ils privately admit fear of ques-
iu+ a step envisaged by the ad-
itration ai a defense measuer
III Communism. Communists,
typical hypocrisy, loudly op-
Ijie rearmament of West Ger-
although they began some
'ago t<> rearm Communist East
nany. Sincere advocates of
who oppose German remili
j<.n have thus been frustrat-
iv Communism as well as by
Irical. enforced conformity in
jse oi anti-Communism.
as 19.i2. Chancellor Ad-
^cr promised the Bundestag
the Federal Government
"continue its efforts to ]
eve the release of as many war
- as possible." Adenauer
u il the matter with Pre&i-
Eisenhower and Secretary of
John Foster Dulles. The
I I partment, in a communi
Idated April 9. 1953. revealed
(he United States agreed to
i e tha status of these
i Shortly thereafter.
i: them were released
c argument of German mili-
carries considerable
|ht in Washington today Cer-
tain that they cannot be
did to lake up arms while
i mpanioni are in prison for
"ider-" and "fighting
..' in the last war
from prison "I Baron
f Von Neurath, a major
nal, increased the thv
pardons be given to the
aining chief Nazis senteiic-
mberg with him. Ade-
witta greatest pleasure",
Von Neurath his "warmest
i.' ,.'.tions." President Then-|
in a letter to Von Neur- I
i led happiness thai "your,
York Avenue to
b Pioneer's Name
ra YORKAs part of the cur-
ii ,i brat ion of the American
*h Tercentenary, a section of
pue A in New York City will
bi formally dedicated as A.v
U.\ Place, it was disclosed
New Israel Lodge No 1758
fni B nth.
section of Avenue A that is
n..nied for the Jewish pioneer
rr is near Peter Cooper Vil-
ihe Metropolitan Life Insur-
' ompany housing develop-
\ bill renaming this street
n r Levy Place was signed
layor Robert F. Wagner earlier
bear,
<#W
Jm
M-7M1
H.UI IOOM
st I
martyrdom of these last years has
now ended."
President Heuss. who is probably
the most respected democratic of.
ficial in West Germany, distorted
punishment for proven Nazi crimes
into "martyrdom." This not only
makes a heor out of a criminal but
undermines the Nuremberg trials
and similar judicial processes The
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,
considered by many the most in-
fluential German newspaper, charg-
ed that the sentencing of Von'
Neurath and his fellow criminals,!
Admirals Erich Raeder and Karl
Doenitz, was "unjustified." The '
newspaper also criticized (he Allies :
for continuing lo hold in Lands-
berg Prison such convicted crim-
inals as Nazi generals, Gestapo
men and S. S murderer<
Golden Age Friendship
Club Officers Named
Henry Carbon will head the new
slate of officers to be installed for
the Golden Age Friendship Club.
Town Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center, on
Sunday afternoon. Jan. 2.
Installation will be conducted by
Bfraim II Gale, (enter executive
director. This will mark the sec-
ond time that Garrison has been
elected president of the group.
Others elected were: first vice
president, Jacob Blumenson; sec-
ond vice president, Mrs. Ida Still-
man; third vice president, Mrs.
Minnie Steiglit
Recording secretary. Mrs. Rose
Schlivick; social secretary. Mrs.
Goldie Rosenberg; corresponding
secretary. Harry Zicree; financial
secretary. Mrs Harriet Zimmer-
man; and treasurer, Louis Wein
traub.
PAGE 7 B
Plane Part* Group Expands Third Time
Interesting step taken by Pan
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of older men. Pan Avion, located
at Miami International Airport, is
headed by famed World War I
pilot Charles V. Manhart
The company, recently expanded
for the third time in seven
manufactures safety, survival and
emergency gear Manhart hold
executive posts with Douglas Air-
craft, Lockheed. North American
and installed Consolidated Vultee's
big plant in Allentown, Pa.
Himself a survivor of 14 plane
crashes, Manhart has reimproved
or created new life-saving equip-
ment for sea and air disasters.
Newest on their list is the "sur-
vivor's light" which self starts at
touch of water, shines for 100
hours and is visible for 25 miles.
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>Jewisi>nor**on
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Goodmans Visit
In Miami Area
Mr and Mrs Abraham i
formerlj of Miami Beach and
ni w residents oi New York City,
itii i" and Mrs Morris
man, 118 West l>i Lido dr.
I i
National Council
In Tercentenary
Affair January 5
T reejitenar) celebration will be
held bj members of Um National
Council "i Jewish Women when
the Miami and Miami Beach divi
sions iiurt a< a com oup
luncheon, VYednesdaj n >on, Jan
.V .it the t !olon) 11 rtauranl
Mi Man
Sorotta rhe F imilj Album."
v ill be presented in costume
through .1 life-sue picture frame
ng Jewish contributioi
I, Vmerica dui mi lh< ; MO
\. an The playlet ill be directed
bj Mrs Ben Lond.
Cast will Include the Mesdames
Julius Saperstein, Richard Goldjn,
d Mat ris, Jack I 8am
Ri -ii. k. William
Undner and Ben Lond
Mr- Joseph Duntoi is T<
arj chairman In chargi ol res
. rvations will be Mr- Ruth Guth-
man and Mr- 11.Hold Zeeman
Mrs Hi l| a E tson, director of
rommunlt) relations oi the Miami
Public Library, *ill ''' ~i"'"' "'
honor She will b> presei ted with
copies ol Adventures in I
dom b) Oscar Handlin, and Jews
Settle in N<* Amsterdam," by
nal Grand, for distribution to
library branches throughout the
^^4^^lJ
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i Jew ish \ |
l>i\ ision iti l
Mr ii.....Irii.ii: has -> ni d
irei f thi Z
Vmerica
committee
lei Miami Jew i


.ii.i lli'-| : l in -
ti -
M ill be the
annual dinner dance at ~ p m in
Vi i \:. sand* r
Mrs Sidne) Lefcourt
i hairmen Proceeds will fur
ther social welfare community
ram and cont Inuam i "i 'he
hlm schools
Assisting the chairmen are Mai
Miriam K.-r -i i Max Drey-
Mr* Goodt ,! ">" >"""' Sidnej Schwartz.
I'hilip Warshaw, Meyer Baskind,
In ing Ratni r .....I Harrj v isl
Ii ssah the World
n .it Bash Sw itzei
with her husband
Imans reside .it Ml < n
W st in New York < itj
Hapoel Hamizrachi Slates
Meeting at Strath Haven
M ; Beach "I li
held meeting at the
hotel Hosts for the eve-
Mr and Mr- I Spoltl r
Topic i'i discussion, led bj
.\ .1 Gittelson ol the North Shore
r was Conflict ol I ul-
lures in Israel Tod
' ifficers hi> will keep their posts
for thi ii i Rabbi \i
Horovitz, n Zm Bt
cultural chairman; Sam Schachno
In asun Mr- / Bai pn cor
i spoi ecrel rj Mr- M Ho
.. recording secretary
Mrs. Narot in Review
Monday, Jan 3, Temple Israel
Sisterhood will hold regular
Kaplan Hail at 1 p m Mrs
Sidney Weintraub, program
will introduce Mr
who will review the book,
' Li \ i- Kt. i n.il. J>\ li
ADL Workshop Slates
Human Relations Affair
Anti-Defamation League work
shop will Ik- presented b) members
oi thf Miami ( hapter ol B'mu
H nth Women at .1 chapter pro-
gram on Thursday, J.m tj. at the
home oi Mr- Robert Cole 2131 SW
Jl-t ter
Program will be win with a
brunch al 11 am
Current problem- in human re-
lations, a- well .1- educational pro-
gramming for the furtherance of
democratic group understanding,
will be discu.....t ii> chapter mem
ben
Members of the work-hop who
will lead the discussion ire Mrs
Dottie Mintzer, Mr- Thelma Han
kin, Mi- Reggii Gladstom and
Mrs Esther Sptegelman
Mr
Newl) elected president of Beth
Israel Congregation ..- Mrs laasssra
Friedman
Other officers named at a re-
Hilda Latarus 1- president cent election meeting include the
oi the 1 'hapter. and Mr- Dorothy Mesdames Leon Cooke, vice presi-
CJA Retail Merchants Division comprises the "ground-gaining team" who will 0
pping zones in Miami during the current 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. Camrwin ch
man Sam J. Heiman (iront row center) shows scope of neighborhood coverage on Dade Co ^
map. The gjoup held its first organizational meeting at home of retail and zone councilcWl
man Artie Kravitz. Shown (left to right) front row are M. J. Kopelowitz, Lou Suchman KrmJ
Irving Saal, Heiman, Oscar Zeltzer, Bill Hechler, Barry Goiserman and Abe Kurrnan" R
row (left to right) are Fred Sandier, Bill Gladstone. Mac Lubin, Sam Suchman, Bill Weimrauh,
Jack Rabinovitz. Jack Schwartz. Mortie Bederman, Bernard Lieberman, Sam Lubin and Chan*
Stahl.____________________________________________________________
Gordon is West
Flagler Kennel Ch
General Manager
The appointment of Stoat I
don. long time Miamiaa
manager of Weal Flagler Kei
Club, Miami greyhound
SCCt, has heen announced I
president 1 Ilecht
Along with the report of
don\ appointment. Hccht
that Laurence Leveneao, vict 1
ident and director of Wed
ler and well known Miami M
ne>. also will take an active |
in the management of the tnd.j
Both Gordon and livensooi
I nephews of Jacob Shcr, who 1
remain with the club as mai
1 director.
Gordon has been associated 1
West Flagler for more than
decades, having received his 1
in the niutuel department bad!
the early thirties On his up
climb at West flagler.
served in virtually every
ment of the track down lh
the year-
During thi- past I
Youth Welfare Committee oi North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
presents its annual holiday party to the children ol St. Joseph's
Villa and the American Children's Home. Miami. Pictured
with boys attending the party are (back row. left to right) Sister
Mary Albert. St. Joseph's Villa; Leo Steinman, Youth Welfare
chairman. North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Ann B. Joyce,
director. American Children's Home; and Herbert Linnick.
who served as host for the party aboard his boat, the Sholom
III.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
Has Officer Election
Waldman's to Hold Hew
Year's Ire Senices
Because New Year's Kve falls on
the Sabbath, Waldman's hotel,
formerly the Lord Tarleton. will fan. Gordon directed the new
Vehon 1- publicity chairman.
Israelite Center Meeting
Israelite ("enter will hold 1 reg-
ular meeting on Tuesda) Jan 4
Charles fidelman will preside
dent. Adolf Kratish treasurer: and
Joseph Zemel. corresponding sec-
retary
Membership tea of the organi/a
tion will be held at the home of
Mr- Krati-h. 42 Post ave on Jan
12.
hold special religions services on
fnday
The hotel's Garden Koom syna
gjOgjM will remain open most of
the evening, with services conduct-
ed by Rabbi Joseph Waldman,
owner Assisting will be his son-
in law, ltalibi Murray Berkowitz
following the senice, a buffet
for hotel guest> will be held in
the Jolson Room
Weekly Breokfosf Meetings
Held by local CJA Planners |", ,'" wmTerToi our
struct ion program at the club,
pervising changes and additf
which have given West Flagjerf
new look and have turned 1
track into one of the after*
beauty spot- here
"Many of the country's
Stake and Darby champion^
been assembled at West
(or our new meet." Cordon
We feel too that the
changes in the Ph>s,"1j,r
of the plant, have added
to the track and w'H
We. kly breakfast meetings of season."
the Initi.il (.ifts Division, 1955 j
.Combined Jewish Appeal, are be- j
Ing held each Sunday morning at
tin Sans Souci hotel, it has been
' announced bv chairman Carl Wein-
kle
The group 1- developing plan-
for the inaugural gift- dinner on
Sunday evening, Jan lei, at the!
font.unebleau hotel. The tradi-'
tmnal function launehes local CJA
fund rai-ing event-
The inaugural dinner in past
years have raised over S500.00U
annualh
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Oxford School students shown at a party prior to their vacation. Seated (left to right; are Gail
Posner. Baltimore and Miami Beach; Larry Chason. Miami Beach; Steve Posnei. Baltimore
end Miami Beach; Anny Ashbach. New York, editor of the school paper. Second row are
Dorothy Sulzer, Caracas. Venezuela; Mrs. Harriet Yedlin. faculty; Sandra Burstein, Wisconsin
Cantor Brummer in Concert
Miami Beaeh Recreation Depart
I ment this week announced final
and Miami Beach; Kathy Cassel, Danny Cassel. Thomas Casee'l. Miami Beach. Bernard Blum, concert by Cantor Philip_H. Bruro
Stamford. Conn., and Miss Luellen Dearinger. Indiana, resident counselor. Standing (left to >nwr "' TemP,e
r-ghu are Major Nat Pollack; Louisa Blum. Sta miord. Donald Swartz. faculty; Lloyd Madan- M.,a *each C"c
Emanu-El. at the 1
1 mami neaen Community Center |
Stephen Blum. Mami Beach; Kalvm Sokol. Miami; Leonard HolmanV^ < Jrutn^r'^-di'fcrture eajeSaal
consin; Kenneth Sylk, Philadelphia; Martin Mechlowitz. Miami Beach; Louis Stamoa. faculty; 1 fror
end Louis A. Cassel, Dean ol Oxford. Holiday refreshments were served by hosts Rabbi and ,.d secular music. Hy Fried is ac-
Mrs. Abraham M. Cassel, directors. Icompanist.
We***""


IH)Ay, DECEMBER 31, 1954
+Jmlstl IhrUltr
Tercentenary Feature
ew York Tercentenary Exhibit
Is Short, Concise History Lesson
PAGE 9 B
By DAVID HOROWITZ
l>EW YORK (AJP) Three
ndrcil years of American Jewish
XgZ have been brought into
iphic focus within one single
Elding mi the Isle of Manhattan
known as New Amsterdam.
.iank- to Ihe American Jewish
centenary Committee, it is now
hin the grasp of everyone to
in the complete panorama of
[jeriran Jewish history since Co-
nhu- in li'ss than two hours.
[be National Tercentenary His-
cal Exhibit, which officially
ined on Dec. 1 at the Jewish
Iseum here, has made this rare
fat possible. Assembled under
roof of the former Felix M.
boorS mansion is the most t-ified exhibit of historical Jew-
items, such as manuscripts.
iri-. maps, books, art and ritual
ects, ever collected into one
book on record, published in 1817 York in 1834 when he was granted
at Berditchev. referring to the d.s- ] the freedom f the ,,lv: 533
senTh hA'nC(nr,a aKd ""r '''- Charttr Writtn *< SSdTS
sen Chochom Columbus.- A spe- Lincoln authorizing the firs) I, u
rial chamber on this floor contains ish chaplain. Jacob Frankel to
various exhibits Stressing the Bib- serve his country; Chain, Salomons
Beach Girl Describes
Beauties of New Israel
Continued from Page 1 B
the hills of the Negev, which is in
the northern Negev. We passed an-
other Bedouin camp, where we
stopped The women were tending
the sheep, and the children were
helping them The men were water-
ing their camels The landscape
sand, no
coov o the 1Zits h k" greM niAu8ust 1784' wWch re- vegetation outside of sparse thorn
Py w L I ,LH<"^ew Kram:c,,unts "factions and tribulations little bushes that seemed made
Judah Monis, taught Hebrew
. sheep
at roratt which was desecrated by the iin'l camels eat them eagerii In
Harvard Among the rare manu- British soldiers in the early .lav, the distance sand dune- rose and '
scripts tea copy of (.eorge Wash- of the Revolution. Also on exhibit fell symmetrically stunning in the '
togtons famous letter to the He- is a reconstruction of the Touro morning sunlight wherever
brew (ongregation of Newport, Synagogue at Newport
a^JUSt ,h'hr ,,hhihi,' m"rH I A lare room <>n the third floor
MorHerli M J h h ST"1- ta be,'n transformed into a typical
I? N.;f had bitten a lower Fast Side street scene a. the
K^.,:;:.";:i tll(,,;c;i;:r';;';; 1;:.:^ -- ;: ,';;;.:H'm;,ytl T"n "'^'^
)/h>- exhibiti as one of the ofd
expressed it. "is the
Ithe way in which one group of
lericans, preserving their iden-
tliev took part in the making
|uur great nation, have lived and
need under freedom' a tri-
s to the living faith of Judaism
in the living promise of Amer-
i pan entering the main lob-
the visitor will see an ultra-
Idem conception of Columbus
the discovery of America
buuht in a metallic structure. A
|end near it gives the following
pes 'd marrano Jews who ac-
npamed Columbus on the voy-
Luis de Torres, interpreter;
Sanchca; Alonzo Delia
Bi rnal, ship's doctor, and
Ro, surgeon. On a shelf near
In exhibit of the original Ab-
\m Zacuto Almanac and books
by him and, other navigators
nis tune The Almanac contain-
astronomical tables that Co-]
I rned with him on his,
liiL.-' in the unexplored realm-.
bn the wall of one of the rooms
lh' first floor hangs a huge map
lihe 1 mted states pointing out
many waves of Jewish settle-1
Is across the country the past
e centuries, in another room
n construction of the Ark of
[Charleston, S.C.. Synagogue K.
in Elohim built in 1799.
the wide ttaps to the second
?r i- a replica of the famous
Brt) Bell acquired in Augu-t.
Land which arrived in the new
ird .1 ship owned and op-
led li> two Jews, Nathan Levy
[David Franks, of Philadelphia.
famous crack in the Bell oc-
"ii July 8, 1835, when it
lor John Marshall Directly
Be right of the Bell is a huge
|k listing the President- of the
ted State- and citing the pas-
Irom the Bible mostly Old
lament which each one se-
ed for the inauguration cerc-
By. George Washington chose
famous passage of Genesis
22-25. relating to the blessings
Joseph.
Imong the old books displayed
I floor is "Tsephanet Pan-
titled after
tian name the first Yiddish i Beach.
special section
to science. Here the works of the
other objects of historical inter- leading Jewish scientists are listed.
est include "The Jew Bill of Mary- Another section of the exhibit
land," on loan on the express wish [shows the role of the Jews in the
of Israel's friend. Governor Theo- dcvwlopment of the American La-
Mdore R. McKeldin: photographs of bor movement, music, art. educa-
lew- who participated in the Civil tion. industry, commerce, philan-
War; t'riah Levy'.- sword and a thropy and literature. Not a single
pure gidd snuff box. presented to aspect of American Jewish life has
'him by the city fathers of New been overlooked.
Samuel Sorin to Appear in Recital
At Broward High School Tuesday
Samuel Sorin. internationally
known concert pianist, will be solo
1st at a recital on Tuesday evening.
Jan. 4. at the South Broward High
School Auditorium.
The recital is part of a concert
series sponsored here by the Holly-
wood Civic Music Association.
Mr. Sorin. who is the son of Mrs.
Anna Sorin Bild. Miami, comes to
the area following a recital at
Town Hall in New York two weeks
ago.
The pianist's program will in-
clude I Call Upon Thee. Lord,"
Bach-Busoni; Tambourin, Kamoau
Godowsky; Impromptu in B flat
major. Schubert; Rondo Bril-
liante. Weber; Sonata in B minor,
Chopin.
Intermezzo in E flat minor.
Brahms; L'Isle Joyeuse, Debussy;
The Little White Donkey, Ibert:
Toccata, op. li. Prokofieff; and
Spanish Rhapsody, Liszt.
Sonn- musicianship h i won
him an enviable list of engage-
ment- with important gym
phony orchestra- throughout the
country, in addition to five per-
formances in two engagements
with the Philadelphia Orchestra
under Eugene Ormandy, both in
Philadelphia and m N e w York,
Sonn ha- played three engage-
ments with the chautauqua Sym-
phony and repeat engagements
with the orchestras of Detroit and
Norfolk.
Ffrem Kurtz thought so highly
of his performance with the Kan-
we
walked -and was in our -hoe- our
filled with sand, hut we were
filled with stand, but we were
too thrilled in notice. We came to
a place where they were building
a dam to preserve the rain water
for use in farming. In all this area
water is brought by truck. Water
is more valuable here than mone)
It means lif,-. One one of our stops
we ran out of water and someone
who had greasy hand- washed them
in canned grapefruit juice Let
me tell you about something very
impressing. You ride in the truck
past nothing but -and and bleak
desert, and suddenly in the stark
desolation there i- a stretch n|
bright beautiful green, almost a
patch of paradise appearing from
another woald. And you see lertil-
David Ben-Gurion
. "inspiring, admirable"
IN THE MAIL
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The Miami Beach II o in e and
Training School for Retarded Jew-
ish Children ha- mailed a mimeo-
graphed letter inviting participa-
tion in a dinner which they are
holding. They listed my wife,
vina. and myself a- members of the-
board of directors
On December 20. 1954, I wr
to Mr Lesser on behall of my m
ity born out of dead land; the con- :""' "Vse!! stating that the use of
trast i- beyond description, what "ur names as director- was com-
power we men have on thi- earth. Pletely unauthorized There is
to change the land from death to
living soil, to create a new world
from a desert graveyard.
At 12 noon we came to Sdai
Boker. the home of Ben-Gurion
This is a tiny, baby kibbutz of 21
people. It i- crude and primitive
and not very beautiful, and their
main work is sheep raising, A kih-
butznick showed us around and
gave us the history of the place. It
is a non-political kibbutz, started
as an experiment in 1952. when
ten boys and two girls came |
it they could build a kibbutz that
would survive independently in
this barren land A point ol \:-hu\
was needed desperately in this
area because d reat. They
came, and -non after Arabs stole
then- -beep, killed a girl who was
pregnant and attacked frequently.
But these pioneer- did not
To realize that Ben-Gurion came
to live in a place like thi- is
spiring, admirable thing He could
easil) have retired in a lush Galil
private dwellin
British Catholics Forbidden To
Dr. Wolf son in Talk
sas City Philharmonic that he in-
troduced him to Houston audiences
a- soloist with the orchestra there.
Sonn began studying piano at
the age of six. At twelve he beg in
a prize-winning streak by winning
a grand piano in the c,r .ter De- Join Christian-Jewish Group
troit Competition. From then he _. ._ .. ,.
went on to win the Michigan State LONDON .1 A < athoUcs in
Contest, the SI.(100 biennial prize Britain have beer, forbidden to
of the National Federation of Join the ( ouncil of ( hristians and
Music Clubs and. finally, the Schu- Jew- by Bernard Cardinal Griffin, j"^ tl) Je Homf, wl' mcHMje an
bert Memorial Award Scholarships j-head of the Homan Catholic hier- Abraham and Ruth Born-tein Pa-
nothing that Mrs, Liebman nor I
know that i- derogatory to this
cause.
However, we know nothir
their plan-, finances, etc., and have-
not participated in any manner
whatever. We feel that it i- an m-
position on the community, and
misleading to have the community
believe that we are sponsors of
such a project when in lact we are
not.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Former Mia;r.iar,s Make
$50,000 Gift to Aged Home
Former Miami Beach hotel oper-
ators Mr anil Mrs. Abraham Born-
stein wire honored at a dinner
CSOnville -
try club.
Builder- of thi Normal
hotel here, the .Born-tein- now
!. I irlando. The couple
honored on the occasion of their
S50.000 gift to the Bivi
tor the Age
Jacksom ille
According to Home leaders, Mr.
and Mrs. Bornstein mad'1 their gift
humble step to enable
persons to have a home m accord-
ance with their needs The $50.-
000, it was revealed, will now be
used to launch a S350.0O0 drive for
an addition to the River Garden tn-
-titution.
Also revealed at the Nov. 2!)
function was that the projected ad-
to
carried him first to Chicago | archv in this countrv. it was "
,.,ve a Hundred Years Happily' &^^l%tt\~" -f "> ^
will be the subject of a discussion fuy launchcd when AS'AP and Catholic newspaper. "Universe
by Dr. Abraham W'olfson on Satur- (hc American Federation of Music ; The newspaper said that the in-
day. Jan. 1. 3:30 p.m.. at the ^" rjhiha sponsored his first tour' structions had been issued by the
Josephs ^TT^'o^TM^i wh,ch Comprised 72 concerts micardma. "because of the danger
cities throughout the country. [of indifferentism.________________
12. Francis Salvador
Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO
\ illion, incorporating the entire
first floor. Tentative plan- indi-
cate that the addition will make
available 50 more rooms to River
Garden's present facilities
Mr Bornstein. 73 years ago. i-
now engaged in the fruit grovo
business at Orlando.
It TERCENTENARY STORY,
aHH ish. by Imm tmm
f
Text by DANIEL ELAZAR
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Por~*e< i*oh I
Jennie Grossinger Feted |
At JNF Testimonial
MEW YORK One thousand
guest-, representing the world of
Stage, -creen and -port-, a- well as
, the Zionist movement in America,
filled the Grand Ballroom of the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel here at a
testimonial dinner to Jennie Cm-
, singer, of Miami Beach and New
York, marking the official inaugur-
ation of a project for the Jennie
Grossinger Cultural and !{ i
tional Center on Jewish National
Fund land on Mount Canaan. Is-
rael
George Jessel was chairman and
Eddie Cantor, chairman ol tK
sponsors' committee, sent a record-
ed message Dr Harris J Levine.
president Of the Jewish National
Fund, and Meyer Pesin. well known
Zionist leader of New Jersej, were


PAGE 10 B
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Academy Women
Fete Life Members
Ht'brew Academy Women Wed
Deaday welcomed new member*, .il
.111 annual membership meeting
held in the Tides hotel
Mrs Sidney Rubinowrtx, presi-
dent, inducted new members and
introduced Mrs Itcnj.imm Appel.
Life Member of the organisation
All Life Members were honored
by Mrs. Appel in a special cere
mony included t h Meadames
lJlith Brenner. Pauline C.rund
wer. Ida Appel. Rose Genet, Ethel
Cohen, Clara Mason, Pauline chill.
Bessie Mai low Hannah Rubin,
Rose Fields, Fannie Glosser, K-iher
Provus, Frances Rubin, Frances
Makovsky, Rachel Sakowitz, Rose
Kliman, K w Kogan, Fannie Broad,
Rose Moston ami Sylvia S Rose
Mi> Louis Makovsky, eulogized
departed Lite Members Mr- Eva
Osheroff, first Academ) Women's
president, and Mr- Rose Ritter.
wliii was a vice president and char-
ier member "i Hebrew Academj
Women.
Program also featured a Cha
nuka presentation bj tcademj
students under the direction of i
Miriam Donnerstag, music direc-
tor Rabhi Akivah Chill, of Congre
gation Beth Jacob, addressed the
I oup
Progress on the annual pictorial
journal was reported bj Merman
Eisenberg, executive director Mrs
Alexander S Gross w.i- program
chairman
OhituarioN
Meyer Lutsky. lather ol Mr. Sol
M Leslie, of 3114 Prairie Avenue,
Miami Beach, passed awaj Decent
ber 23rd m Atlanta Georgia In
torment took place la Mneon, Gem
gla
In addition to Mr Leslie, other
survivors are Ben Leslie Irvm l.es
lie and Mr- Knul Wohl "I Atlanta
Grandchildren surviving -ire shar
on Ann Leslie, David Leslie, Hod
nej .md Johnnj Leslie
David Granat, 52, died on Friday,
Dec 4 He resided at S1S1 SW 23rd
st Miami
A resident here for the past
Hi years Mi Granat originally
came from Men York: City He
was past chancellor ol the \. a
York Post of Knights "i Pythias,
as well as a charter member ol the
Miami Beach Post
An active member ol the Israel
tte (enter for the past five years,
he held the office ol Hr-t \ ice
pre-idcnt lor three years
Mr Granat i- survived bj his
wife. Barbara, and three -on-. Bob-
by, Dick] and Bill) Me aNo leaves
two brothers and one s^ter
Interment took place ,'t Mount
Sinai Cemetery In Miami.
Judge Herin to Speak
Judge William A Menu will be
guest speaker at the weekl)
luncheon meeting ol Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'nth on Januar) 4
in the Dl Lido hotel Subject ol
hi- talk i- "The Judiciary
Post Auxiliary Slates
Proceeds for Palsied
Mrs Mitchell Reiner, president
ot the Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish
\\ .it Veterans North Short Post, an-
nounced a card party on Saturday
\' ning, Dec 4 8:13 p.m at the
n hotel
Chairman Mr- .:., k Pritl n port
ed that all pi e !'>r \Ictims
of 1 'i the Home I
in Perrine
A.ssi th< committee were
the Mi-d.,m. 1 ,i>, Koch Frii
Pardo Gussie Phillips Martha
( rown .inil Irma Ehrenn ich
Brcwn Unveiling
1 he tion of a nv >n
'ii. memor) ol th< lati Barnett
-Mi. formerly : 2282 SHI 15th
si will take plai Sunda] Jan 2.
I ML N< with
H ibbi s i Swirskj officiating
Mr Brown i- survived b) his wit,'
Gussie, and oni tei Mi Mary
An in
l Thurmond Monument
1 mpanj Frien lives
an asked l
Simovitch Unveiling
The dedication of s monument to
the memory of the late Ronald
Simovitch, form, ::( \\\
65th ave., will take place Sunda)
Jan 2. 2 p m at Ml Sinai Memo
rial Park Cemeterj with Rabbi
Simon April officiating Mr Simo-
vitch is survived by three son-
Maurice and Alex, of Miami, and
Donald, of Chicago; three djuuh
ten, Mr- Edward Merlin and Miss
Edith Simovitch, of Miami, and
Mr- B Herxon, of Chicago; and
seven grandchildren A r r aug-
ments are in charge of Palmer -
Miami Monument Company
Friends and relative- are asked to
attend.
HARRY GOLIN
: v.| i'. H dli I I l Ii a*
! \ recldrni ol M nil f-"
u ... hf ., i' ti on,
\|.,h,,n. > I'll) i .. when h< sraa
,t v ., in, ti l>. -( INI Ii l-r-.nl
ti year*. Hi
..i.i ,.f Uw I-,. iii-
., i ,. .i .,. \ i. .
In ad
llr wi i of II n.ii I: llli
ZiunlH i limitation of \-i.:..i ii I
|Uai I r i>l \ .hi Le-
gion Mi ilollfi by hi*
. I..I Ml :: S'.ie
He .,!--
..... Interim nt t,H.k
. i
LEWIS GREEN
- .. ,.f JjiNi |i > k*n- .ii, Miami t'.'. h,
Iii ,M'.
..hi,. .1 Sum i\ -
.i. -. Moll J ol
'.! .. H. \\ i ., I Bout h
Kht-t Ml and ) nanf ol
\. Vork I a dauaht**) i !l l<-1, ol
s. i ... k Mi i ;.. n ii id in, a mi

llomi Ml......
.mi nt*
DR JACOB S ESKiN
W 'III "1 .
.'. .,
Inalon,
i .i id
i ludlna Un
r Miami -. w, i,
I,, i.l ,. i .
MAX BERNSTEIN
' 'olllnr
Hi

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Mi

ANNA LASSMAN
.1 ., .ii

'i tiki
III,
ran
i rrvldi |nt,
VAX SMITH
S'K iSi il <
- II \ IV .-.I
Mi i \.
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itaucbli Ml
,,,.,,, Mm Mas la-' xl "
Kin.k, and Mi Mar Jim i
v. ... larvlii
I,. i.i m H '"o.. i.
i Ik-nth, uii i.....al In !*
MRS ANNIE ROSENriELD
Kl......iik hi
\.u Voik
... ,i. l i. M in i >. Minn I
. and Hairs,
both ol .s. > or* i hrolhi
- .i
.Inn lal too* I -I-'- -- In Nr>
, Mi i haoM,
VI |-" ">
MRS ELLA MILLER
\\ naton ., kl
i '
died I' i, -,!.> Sh l-.n-- IWn -m-.
', iH.th of Miami Hi
Mi I, M" Roti na and
,:, .. \ .-. i...ii. ,.l i X im
I atli nd, Mill ii and n -
, ,, i,i ...,. i 1,1 In
l; Mr mo lal I 'i.iv -I Miami
MAX FRIEDMAN
n ., ,ni..i rlothli loi who
.-. ,, v.-w Turk veil
das -ii i......
... 11. i-
|r< i bi in. a Ifr. I'--"- 'I ""
\i ,1,1,. a Sea To k. two dauahlj
,,i,i two I,i,,ili. HVrvli
and Ii o* |>l..... in N"- Tin-*
n nli lln, Idi Mi '" il I" Ml-
. I, ,M harce of I.....I arrange-
BENJAMIN ALPERN
i'.i. \ i .i..,inii dr Miami
i:. ,i. >,. ., realdem a eai dli i
Sunda) Kurvlvlna re in- wife, i'.--
i,.i i,. dauathtera, Mm Marlam
in.....n. lUrhmond, V and lira M-
i..i i.i Koaenato, k Pi tei Rhurs <
md ."ii. Ralph, of PeterabuM Herv-
,.., held in Rival nlde Memorial
Miami ii- li
MRS. BESSIE ROBINSON
111 r>.n ,i i. ,!. il I i, 14 Sill -
in.,i. Inrhide hei hueband Sam. io
da MThlei M' I lai i aj w-'lk and
Mr. Taaale Raakln bolh of Miami
., bl nthi I ;"'' ii -i-'ir II ir .,1
look place In Kui ( David Memorial
Par* M .....
LOUIS MOSS
ti. ,.f : ,i \ i: 3 ii,i pa-- 'i awaj
i in ;, |n ..i hoapil ,i sni i i\.-,l
in in. -on. Kidney, nnc daturhtar. Mm,
\I !.|i. .1 *i i -11..... I.i.,, i,,. a i
one utaler, Anne M Welnbecfc !(-
rnaJni were xeni to Datroll fan
,i mi. iin. hi i.i Miami i(iii-i -
Ida
SOLOMON MURAVCHICK
.i ..r :.T'. \v .mil si Miami Baai h,
i,i !..l hotel "Hi.....i"l r*aldeft lin-e
for ihr |,hi IS i'.ir>. died 1W IS
m. Muravehk-k, who cam* here fiorn
llrooklyn. la curvlvad b f""r Kona,
k and M Mlam Hi h
and Mi', ol Si a Toi i- and to
Mi tlcrti Idi LkcbowlU,
Ml,mil lleaeh, n,l Mrs It.-.- I
I: .. i* Ij n Mm imi look plai
1.1.h.i,i, nlth H ..-i.i. Miami li.-,h
i im .,i ii..... ii I'hai ......in
S^DECEMBE
KUxiniin.l
I
in.,,n
Ion
?" *.
aTaS
MOSES LEVY
I i (W til it. i. aidant ..f
, 'in foi Iii, anal feai
., 11... 11 s..i vli-ea wan hi M I ,
aide m .inn ii.i|,i I in, i,
ii Ml KH.....>iiu i-ii He .,. .,
Irlothlna plore owimi Mi Uevj wu
11 vi id Lithuania He
nil. i i i ii> -"iii*. Ueon .mil Ben
* .i hi. and in ,. -.-i.i -. mi..
mil Mi Mlnnli Ruaen
. i ,,nix. Im.Ui ,,f MMnn
ABRAHAM HOROWITZ
i M i n i: lath -i paaai ,i ,,n ,,i
i ii.,I i .., in to. n if. \.
II i "ii- .I.i'ikIo.i II,11
i \i., i.i..i 'i.-i .. Rani in,i
ii ii hell. i.' -..... lit anui
,ui i l, ene k nil in. and thi ii and
i'i .ii M
i:,', ol. Intel menl w:i In
Ml .- i.-i i
ANNA FRANK
I Ml >\\ I :r, .1 |,.< -~.-,i awa)
I'. I", at her i -1 i, ii .ii ii ,-,i 1,1
[hfera Mil i niik, I
i -i : Hi ill m A'l.i.- Ki .i
iii.oi Mil '"Ii oiii.i -;, I. i ,oi i
I ': I" U lllloll
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threi hroihn
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In.
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itabb) loiaoh t Rt
MS Michigm ArtVail
Miami Batch
Phoaa J.jsm
I'STfN TO
DR. HERMAN SEIDEL
Notional Chairman Peele Zion un4
Choirmon Notional tooro1
of Mutodrul
I Or. Saia'tf wilt opaeer Svnaor a*
SCHECHTER'S JEWISH HOUR
Haara between 11:30 a.m. I 2 a.m.
OVEt STATION WMSM
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wy DECEMBER 31. 1954
*JmffftJfcrtflwj
LEGAL NOTICE _____
CSl UNDER FICTITIOUS
"TlC NAME LAW
, MHKKKB* OIVEN
engage I"
fflra Intend. I.....
' *. ih.. County, Hot
n H\ffKi n nRADSKT. i
"r\.i, pn mt>.
,';,'..u. ,.i;\i..-kv.
iw 111 r
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Mil
FICTITIOUS
LfKB W HEREBY OIVEN thai
.:,,,, ,,,.,, ni in engage In
LSSmSSthe rictniourf nai
' "SSnl Reach Fl...... In" "'
, the Clerk
,., ,-ouil <
VKI.mai: REALTY CORP
.,. i Klrsuei. Preeldi m
[th'
iila
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER PTCTITIOUS
N*MF LAW
\< ITICE IS HEREBY lilVI
i li. unce reigned, desiring to engage m
n l< r (he rn in,..ii- i
M VHTERS I Wtltli s a isi li-
li IRH, .ii iM I KM II i, III i
i.....k name with thi
..r i be 'i' ill Court ol 11.
florid
Ji >HEPH M IHTKRH, Hole Owner
HAROLD KTRI'MPK
Ml.., n. I .. \|.|.li. .ml
s. ) i...Id Hldg
i: i: .' i .: l i ;
"the'COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
flRlOA. IN PROBATB.
581 ORDER NO 34197-X
ESTATE iK
iraNK > HDRKRTH. .i- 'I
riTlo.N ol Blanch* H
nina on lo be heard before
wiring lo the I purt
I s Roberta, huanand ol
from P.i.i-
, na.i. Ihe place '.f hi* laal
rillUK lb
Hrilli.ll Ol I"'
... than eeven > eai -
lati ol -.mi Petition,
l ;.!.-
.111.1 II In In '
c |a ih. i 'OUII lh.it said IV-
ll i i.. Mini, i lo the
...i m hei ivtition re
. di nl known lo !>
pig TI1KRKI Pi,--' t iRDERBT)
. ip for hi
iht iih day "i
I 11:01 \ M It Wh eh time
......lence i om ern-
ol Hi* mi|i-
,i the clrcumal

ItTHKIt ORDERED thai
i n .i :..
!!.. Ida. "in
I ecUtlVl
heat Inc.
I
Ith day of

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p. Ml. IPT

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH K Ih HERKRV GIVEN thai
the undei algned ., ngagi In
hualm a* mull i Hi. rum i.hi- name of
KINO'S TOYH .ii ; \ VV "th Ave.
North Miami, Kim i nti nd i.
i n.mi., with Ihe i '! iu .if iht'
I'ir. uit Oourl 1.1 l < !- I'ounty i-i LEl I KICHHEfU]
CARLYN EICHBERU
BERNARD IH'TNER
Atii.i in> for King i... -
SI.....> mpia Ulrlg.. Miami. Florida
II i;-:!-.;i i 7
MOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i rilVEN thai
hi;.iK.- i"

. II CENTER,
Drive, Miami,
| with it"*

l \ \ 11 U I' \\ IS
liV BEL'TEL
SI ;'. .
* luila
Llit Mr) R|
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |H HEREHY IIIVEN lhal
th. underatgned, .|.-i rut i...i,
IiiikIih-h- iiii.ii i the ftrtltli
WATER It B \ T i: l: H ERV1C E
BI'REAt', nl M10 S.W .'ih si. In-
tend* lo reglati M nan m lih Ihe
I'lt-i k ..f the 'ir. ull i ii t .r l lade
Count). ii.ii.
RALEIOH W iTER HEATER
MrU. CO.
Silt. M tISKI.
Ml..III.-\ f..| Applli
111 Shin, himi BMg
11/14-11 1 7-14
..f the
Mi. I |.
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IN COUNTY JUDGE ', n
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
,.,. No- 'W
i.i. i ST \ti: dr
VNTHo.VV H
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
ICE
nd i*
-l.il. nl AS I'lli.W \| ,jtSA
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A I HI. r, i ||
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aid no I n uoi I un
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ANTHl INV MA
Tin ..,
M Mill: M
MYRRH, HKIMAN KAP I
fill I -. -:lv
IM.I.I Bldg .M...
17 : i : I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^"
NAME LAW
notice k- hkhkbi mvi

E Z FINISHED PI. I
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Kin Id
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DAVHl DRI'CKEH
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12 in i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
./ft LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
HA A.I' |
KAII
1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KEB1 filVEN

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BTICE IS IIKHKIIY OIVEN thai
ii n i, ii-.- t .1 encage "
n lir ihi. rii'lltloua name .f
Iopical i: \.-ki: r ii i. .Not Inc.),
N j.ni \v. Intend! to reg>
.ni... u ith the "lech ol the
1 .nun) Florida.
SIDNEY .MARKS
RAO \l;s
V|.I'll. ..lit
L W rUgler St,
1 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |h HEREHY OIVEN thai
Ike unit. 11 Igm .1
i.ii-in.-.- in.I.i the '
RRUADV* AY It \i: il W02 \ W I7ih
At enue, M... m ntend
aid nami < I l.-ik ..f the i "h -
uit '.mi t .it I i.. Kloi !
li i|l.\ KJ '\ Ai IK,
HENRY M f'AfN
mi..11.. v for Appl
- M an i, l
1-31 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< ITII "E I- HEREHY IIIVEN ll ll
... IL 1 .1
b lalnewi under
Cll \i:i.i:s .- | i \i:t MOTOR iii el
N M i Street, M nl Vf
. with
the Clei
i 'I'lint y, Kloi i.Im
CHARLEX I HTEINHOLP
Rd., n..
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Rd .\. Miami, I la
\i.i:i:i: r I. ROSEN
Attorni
old
12 21-JI t 7-11
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NflTICK is HKRKBY IIIVEN I
. ige
. ler the I ,.,,,.
'ARVER ll'i.Mi; ..\\ NEKS PLAN
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IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 31B87-B
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RM.I.I.wi M'HKRl R Deo,
PTl.Ci0F INTENTION TO MAKE
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DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32364-A
RE EfTATK "K
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Mull IWK TELEVISION A KAI'I".
.it 1117 Siinsvt Drive, Coral llaolee.
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Iiueh- County, H-Tidrt
MARRY SHAPIRO, owner
BERICK, SHAPIRO a I KlEI'
Attorney for Applicant
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the nn.i. i nlgned, di linn lo i
bunlneaa under the fli tlttoua name of
MARTINS Sllni:s. .,; IJ50 N.I
si North Miami Beach, fla., Inteniia
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of the Circuit Court of Bade Lounty.
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AOorney lor Applicant
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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a* order to the frr*^-*"- areniatoac ** Central
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tod litoi torsi raao, Dan* GeJa" Carol Gafctitna.. Den* Rr;u:r K.
naamaaicft pw) f GoMatotn. Crfelte Baaaafcoff Beth Dm < PTAm
uttorr party to her Boehelle H e r ai a n Claudia Ju I
M :*a ... Out wee*. Kanctoier. Smtm Nedbur. Sick. deft presid'ae.
K>s* fco aerijrmed Sedbor. Shesla Meghan. Matt Mee evening ,); (f4hl^
s^t Bar h*n Sb*l Sernahrr F.tetle Ru> Mn M,.., JrVi
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Senator Morse Criticizes U.S.
Reduction of Israel Aid
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Vatican Deplores Lack
Of Religion in U.S. Schools
BOMI UP I '> crvatare
: [k ui Vat
week that the
lack of relif truction in
IS achooli i- a great "traced)
Bj r.'.l t .i<-hirifj religion m ichooli
the papei nkJd deludes
it self thai it does ni harm an> of
its citizen- while in fart it harms
all citizens The publication fur
Ui.-r e.,rnplanied BBoaJ ( atholics
having to pav lOMa for public
cfcook while thc> sent their chil
dren to t hiitfh fill wiled private
in^-1
Israel Press Says Suicide'
In Cairo Was Murder Victim
TEL AVIV 'WNSi The report
ed suicide in a < airo prison of Max
MM of 13 JOfJ I Ma on
'rial before a militar> court in
Kgypt on charjc of having engai;
'd in Zloni < pi'.nage wa^ in
reality eaai of death b) torture
Ihe Israi i this wm k
,i- tension m--tinted throughou' I-
r.tel not only over the fate of the>
ui" n on trial but of the Jewish coin
inuintv, il'elf in th'- l.iii'l of the
I'll iiu.ili
West German Chancellor
Pledges Fight Against Bigots
B'J.N
wss
The CiKirdiriat
OUn< ll Ol the Sot letle- for
' hi i tian u v. i h oopcration in
' mat .i urad tbli week in
.i communication from in official
in ihe Federal Chaneelafr) that
Gen Cham tllat l>r Koa
i ."i \>it urn i 11. i 111 > condemni
. on Semitic I ndencti aad id ii
will tdu all eonatitntional and
political lepi within nil power
m ili i and anti .'-wish
abbcrations."
Tto? res
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wmr I wO* near BoeOr
freas here

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JWB Will Continue
Operation of German Center
Th* Je
na v>..;..-? B e^- n tk i
detoerc ha rem-ed a new l<
>m i:'.f (a aaqfcjaaced h#r bj
din>e<-r >i the cea*
nal h*doa'-
Jfc :.- Ne York voted recently
la approj.- I funds to
aaaiatajn the renter during 1955
Th* lrestb-hoar move <.ved the
center harb *> icheduled '
' F>*cemb*-r
Asnaenazis Hold First
Elections in Twenty Years
ISTASBI L JTA I
*o decades, the A-hkenazi
BBBOttl in this cit> held elt^-
for a nine member bod> to
adrr. Um Ashkenazi s>na
<*- w ;fare institu
The reawm for the delay be
a- 'he Turkish
l*| iirnun.il e|^i.
miaaaM of
i grant
'*nl) si.me 20
h- 2400 A-hkenazi
Jr. in be polls
Orthodox Extremists Post
Signs Calling for Aid
LONDON JTAi A rah of
Lfned b| the ( nmmittee
for tiki Defenaa >f CMbodox Jeva
and the \. t ir. i Karta' have ap
peared in Iy>ndon streets during
;ia-i few day. The placards
<;:ll for the as-istanee of Ihe Jews
of the world against the Israel
authontie- who the N'eturei Karta
POaten laid blo<-k the campaign
of Orthodox elements m btOal to
prevent desecration of the Sab
bath
Dorothy Thompson Appears
In Anti Israel Address
WASHINGTON (WNS. The
evolu'ion of Nrael 'was not com
patible with what was humane or
even democratic. it was declared
here b> IKtrothy Th'trnpson who
charged that Israel .imply robbed
the Arabs of their properties."
Forum for the vk-iou- anti Israel
outburst was a meeting of the
American Friends of Ihe Middle
Kat.t attended ti\ many government
OJaBJ
Brazilian Jews lose
Citizenship by Court Ruling
RIO Dl JANKIRO (JTAi Bra
zilian Ji'Ws living in l-r.el in llS2.
when the I-rael i iti/erishlp law was
prtrtlainted, who dul nol reJOCi the
automatic Israel citizenship con
ferred in that law have lost their
lira/ilian citizenship, the Joatka
l)"-|t.irtment rulad hare 'his .,i
Rabbi Ohrenstein Again
Sentenced to Prison Term
Ml \l< If WNS, A pi, un
I'i in -il mi. ) .-.,r was Impoaod here
on Dr Aron Oonrnatein, uapaoded
1 bit! Rabbi of Havana, following
conviction here on retrial on
i of hat Ing made frandMlenl
certification claims ol victims oi
Nazism.
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PAGE 4 B +Je#ist>nor*09r} PERSON AMJTIES m WORMED PANORAMA Vision Changes Student's Mind; Archaelogist Now Chief Rahbi OFF Tiff; Hb< OHI> 2££L*xmA 3'..1 By DAVID SCHWARTZ JTA Chief Rabbi Herzog of Israel, who is now visiting on this side <>i the world, after studying tor the rabbinate and getting hia "ae micha," chanced hismind and decided instead on the career of an archaeologist and orientalist With that in mind, he went I" the SOT bonne and pursued studies thenOne Rash Hashona night he had a dream In which he saw his old rabbi suddenl) appear, and rente the words "Txoras Klal Yisroel and suddenly vanish The dream n worked on the mystic young man th.it he decided to resume the rah bimral calling • • • Since this is Jewish Hook Month. it ma) DC Oj interest to note that the book most popular with the soldiers of the first World War w.is one authored b) .1 Jewish business man with no literal*) ..mlii tions The bonk was the Sean Roebuck Mail order cats Julius Rosenwald head of the mail order house dispatched bj etary of War Newton D Baker on .1 mission lo Europe on his o* a initiative took along with him a hstnbuted in ..11 the hospitals in the European theatre ol war in which A u -in soldiers vt 1 re pal ients %  Rosa nwald was told .it the hospitals that the mail ordei : i he fat orite boot ] sit k soldiers Thej would turn the pages to d I fish quipment sports and houseomforts ai d thmk • 1 I "i 1 1raph) ol Gladstone bj Philip M I deal ol att< ntion and thai • • that 1,....(. ., DISI '.'. also be '. %  I %  %  ffokbi tsoac Neriafl mystic dreom stand towards Churchill, "Go into inoffice, .uiMsed Wtngate, nd rai.se your voice and say I want this ,md then go out and bdng the door as you go out • • • Sign of progress in brad According '" %  Ir.iel paper, it Is MM possible in one evening in Tel Aviv to find enough bars so that by taking only one drink in each, you can be up in the wee hours of the morning in a state to sing "Sweet Adeline And the first dc luxe night club has also been opened, most!) patronized by Americans. • • • I have Jus! learned from an Israel Bond report that there are 2.000 Jewish shepherds in Israel The ,mi lent .lows thought a lot of shepherds Th*) even pictured the Lord ai I shepherd, as the 23rd Psalm testifies Successor to Louis Lipsky Still Remains Open Fi e |J By NATHAN ZIPRIN Stven Arts IN THE BAG. Who will succeed l.ipsky to the chairmanship of the ; American Zionist Committee for I Public All. HIS' One of the strong potentials is l)r Kmanuel Neu\ mann. tout it la doubtful a ZOA man can get that post with a former ZOA ppresident, Irving Miller, holding the chairmanship of the American Zionist Council. The outcome may be decided by a war of the WX8I Hadassah leadership is eyeing the post ami some -ay it is in a certain lady's ba :. MISTAKEN IDENTITY One of I America's leading novelists recently had occasion to confer on literary matters with Charles Angolt. noted Jewish author and literal*) advisor twftevaral publishing houses "In the course of the CODvenation, the novolist apoka rathei I disparagingly of Jewish publishing J once violently assailed the latter Speaking in Commons, Gladstone poured forth a siring ol abusive phr.1-1 n ferring to Disraeli and l with the phrase, that man ui infant) He then paused for breath. ie|j leaned over helpfully ', ir 1.1st words be whispen th.it man ol infant) T h e 1 btieth birthday 1, I 1 burchill has passed and l seemed to have missed an) stories about Churchill and the -lews Probabl) %  oil one could be w ritten 1 hurt hill was always intellectual!) sympathetic to Zionism, although it always seemed lo me h< did anything practical to imple11" was a : tru in! %  •; W 1 i/in.iiii. 1 ,,i! 1 irdi w r • lated to Churchill and M ho p. the I"'-! tion .lew ish friend the Zionists over had, once v, %  izmann t" take .1 bolder XT TIIH MO\ II S Outraged Lah said the rabbi, "perhaps 15.000 Better let me I ter, 1 sntor Madam said Eddie, after the usual introductions, -we have 1 ome I you for S50.000 toward the buildi the new -vnagoeuc I he lad) threw up her handin horror "Oh. Mr 1 an tor 1 -he exclaimed, 1 couldn't possibl] nmre than $25.0Wi • • • Harpo Marx was reading the sports page of the daily paper when his young son who had been listening to the radio asked, 'Daddy. wh.it is the race problem?" Without a moments hesitation. Rarpo answered. "Picking win Dl rmy boy • Jascha Heiiet/ recently asked 1 famous philanthropist How an you able to five an much, and still have SII much'' Well," replied the generous man. "as I shovel eat, He ibornli in. and the Lord h.,a bigger sliovel than I have At .1 Jewish Welfare Fund community meeting in Beverly Hills, a self-made man got up and talked at length about how thankful he wathat he had never come into • w it h the pernicious influ 1 !He 1 of it Do I ui inquired di atervyn 1 • Ri at I %  remarks th are thankful for your l| v. • Mid the seii mad* I suppose you could put it that wa) "Then, continued LeRoy, "I just want to point out that ... a great deal to be thanklul fi i %  rding to Edward G Robin son. imagination wagiven to man to ion.pen-ate him for what he is I .1 tense of humor wapro vided to console him for whs*, he Is, • • • I hineae 1 latter told Jack L Warner funny people, you Americans Yon take a glass, add sugar to make it sweet and lemon to make it sour You use gin to j warm you up and ice to ka p > u cool yen an) r to yon!' and then you drink it yourself • • • A small lx>> wasobbing iHatwii si-latelv. when Jerry Len ds asked the cause of his tearMy pa's a millionaire philanthropist he replied brokenly "Well, well! That's nothing to cry about' said Jerry "It ami. eh -ohbed the boy "Then you don't know my pa lie just promised to give me $5 for my birthday, provided I raise a similar amout." ON THE* THE JEWISH COOK BOOK. By Mildred Grotbcrg Btllin. 4SS pp. New York: Bloch Publishing Company. S3.00. By HILARY MINDLIN This is the newly revised and en edition ol the famous "Jew DOS M"ok The lirst part containrecipefor approximately two thousand dishes both well known and extraordinary, simple and complicated, plain and exotic lie book icertainly one of the most inclusive of its kind it confor example, UMM of weightand measure-, a gloSSST) ol cooking termused, a page of Hand) Hints, and rule[oc k.i-hdi Particular!) good is the section ipetizers, and the soup chap ter iexcellent: instructions on dear and up to date The -oii|i recipethellls, |\e-outid wonderful; Turkish, Purim, fruit (Scandinavian] and of course borshl and Russian beet nun IN ischij ..i i ami ng the lelecirniah chapter and -.line recipes make it easy to en liven an ordinary dish; ana can ii M meal within the framework ol an old Standby, Throughout the book, the stepb) step method in writing the HI ipea iused; that i-. the Ingredients and their amounts are not mentioned in a long list at the lieginning of the recipe, hut appear at that process ,.f the mixing when the) are to he used. This immense ly simplifies following a new recipe Mrs BelUn forgets to say how many people each recipe will serve, but even %  naive cook can figure this out fairly accurately after % %  littk experience. A whole Paa soOC T section ia boon for the hottdaya "The Jew ish Cook Book" will IM' of special value to those who would like to keep a Kosher home but don't know how. as well as for those who wi-h to prepare a real Jewish dish oecasionall), • • MODERN JEWISH MEALS. By M.ldr.d Grosbcrg Bellin. 1S9 pp. New York: Bloch Publishing Company. $2.00. Tinshorter cooking manual by Mrs Bellin hasome interesting recipe-, hut the format of the hook might make it somewhat difficult tO use The I k is divided into monthwith menuand dishes for. • for Instance, March, all in the March section I 'iifortunately this fails to take into account the fad that iiiiii ii nt loudare available in different parts of the countr) at the same time Instruction00 how to set a Seder table are a welcome addition. The book's main value will be to a homemaker who isn't sure how to prepare balanced | j meals, or who has trouble in putting interesting and nutritious I meals together day after day. %  Angoff, who mi Kh |ft* Scandinavian^,* ''""> in 'his part,cul„' j whether he didn? L? Prcjudlce.,. „„., ,,. consultant" ISRAEL LAUGHS A *J Israel gavi his bov a nJ for a Ch.inuk., „„ Th! j immediately embarked I'mT. realist,,pattern „, h 1 ensso fashion What painting? a-ke,i lhe i^l am painting ., picture of Grif plied the lad "You can't such a picture insisted the |_ "because no one know, u ( lookThe yours. im.i moment and then the" answer dawned upon him will." he uid, alter painl M GGETS of the 22.000; in the Scandinavia about 14.IMHI ,„•, dnmiciledTi den. hut mixed marriage and i_ Datlon are taking a dreadfat] among the lurvlvon of Dnmcein Israel hsvc beeil ering off since 1949. The 1954 wa1 56 per 1,000 as i_ the high oi 2 13 a. 19! I Israeli divorce rate U anv ar "|^ pie A farm club, then kee. assigned lo ew field." t Nat Holemanw_as recen^ -—'StSZa %  OIMII.I im ,,1,1111., ui -... "-• %  jew v,,rK VII.a every man assigned to the clubs he **" (lN ,| ie I'nitwj has managed and to devote him *' JN N| "', .„. Soor tsin V* -.11 ,,,,I,.,r advancement I here is n.mitte. I %  ;liilmir .committee ti'inori rommittee honom. --T^J no better example of this than his s( lv|( .,, ,,, [he youth "' ^ work with Bill Bruton. the Nation-j,. largel) r "", 1 l jJ n ? e i ,.l Leagues leading base stealer ing to develop the 8 a leading • %  and center fielder for the Mllwauj kee Braves Bruton attributes hii climb in baseball to Cohen. The ball into I Holman. n< ing w luck at post for the City hi-old' coik two first met when Andy was manNew York, was P aging Eau Claire. When be moved' plaque. ntfi



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PAGE 6B +Jeis9>fk>rMkHi Lamb and Lima Beans Are Main Ingredients Cool Nights are Ideal for Casserole Sand your favorite racipa to Tha Jewish Floridian, together with your nama and address. If you have a racant photograph, you may include it with your antry. Should your racipa appear in thi$ column, you will be prasentad with a copy of "Tha Book of Jawish Racipa*," Containing 500 kosher recipas and a Foreword on the principles of cookery. imiicr mixture, beating until hunt sinup >i .i-i and add t" butter mixlure With ROUT cream Sift floUF will) -alt. add alternate) With milk to butter mixture Beat well and cover with towel Sel t" rise in a v...rm place until double iti bulk P • cream ni' II slight 1). stiri ing smooth. 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Arrangi on Baki • in a moder [loured bakini shevl 1 ver with ate ovei re t until Ihi heai soft, aboul 30 minutes i>> -i\ CHOCOLATE FILLED DOUGHNUTS 1 pkg cup I Uttl I %  l teaspoon -alt : %  %  I %  ip< %  • [lour .' 1 ni milk hit< • thi in luk< 1 v -t : \\ o rk the bul • poon until ere \ ii-in with until thick Add tn Forum Tuesday "A h.,1 • Happening in Israel To will be the subject ol the 'l lie-day Forum at the Coral Gables h < enter Jan 1 Participating will !><• Seymour Liebman, of the national executive committee ol the Zionist Organization ol Amor well as members ol the 1 • 1 ter faculty who recentlj visited in Israel Meyer Baskin, chairman <,f tm \duli Stud) Institute will pre side clean towels Let riw in place until light Fry m l '_• inch lal neated t" 370 y on d< ep fat thermome1, r 1 i until the lal 1hot enough 1 brown ., cube ol da) When doughnuts rise to the ur turn with a long [ork until golden and tendi r R< move with lurk rain on brow n Servi plain %  in sui Rabbi Tzvi H. Porath, of Silver Spring. Md.. has been appointed to the newly-created post ol chaplain and consultant on religious activities for the B'nai B'rith Youlh Organization. Rabbi Porath is spiritual leader and executive director of the Montgomery County Jewish Center in Chevy Chase. In bis new post he will serve throughout Ihe year as a consultant on the rel.gious phases oi BBYO :ies. CATERING DIVISION FOR Alt S'Zf PARTIES R 0 S E D All RESTAURANT • KOSHER STYLE COOKING • PRIVATE DINING ROOM | • AIR CONDITIONED • FREE PARKING 170 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 97996 Gottesman Tells New Dunes Policy ,'i Miami B a li and I V that h:1 Vi resort tl I Minih >!• I. 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Scher, Both David pre-ident. revealed tinweek N.ithan Zoichnor will IMadvisor to the group uhich 1scheduled to moot Knd ,>• afternoons in the auditorium. i• 111 red 1 .n'i'i %  r iberl S bit 1 .,product 1 of il II, plans product ions w ii" cast ol ities in the theater world, who will work on the b tage in Las v. l ihink thai people who come t" Lai Vegas wanl la see good entertainment," Gottesman emphasized %  This doesn't mean necessarily bijj film or stage names Speed Attention le All Social Functions IT'S P •••••••••••••••••• ROTEIN-RIC H • w CREAMY KERNELS : (Bockwfieol Gnfs) • Satisfying but /• fattening'. Means # health ond enjoyment without unwanted • weight. Real buckwheat flavor — grand • as a cereal...side-dish...in puddings. 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PAGE 2 B -kmiUyfhrHi.tr CM Group to Hear Bruce McDaniel Co-hosts al the annual dinner sponsored by the Winter Residents Division in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal will be Jack earner, division chairman, and Col. Jacob M. Arvey. nationally known Democratic leader. The event will be held on Sun day. Jan. 9. at the home of Car ner. 6455 Pine Tree Drive Circle. Miami Beach. Carner has named Arnold Seed' er. Sam Resnick and David Phillips, veteran workers in the division for many years, to act .is members of the dinner arranjje•nu'iits committee. Guest of honor and speaker will be Bruce McDaniel, termer director, c.s Foreign Operations Administration lor Economic Aid to Israel. McDaniel will make a special flight from New York Citj to appear at the Winter Residents •vent and to report on hi~ experiences as direeti.r for thro yean of the American Foreign Opera tions Mission in ihe Slate of Israel in coop era tion with representatives of the government ot Israel, he directed the expenditure Of -nine $190.(MIinl largest ei ati\o citrus market group in thi • nd with %  <>> mi MIIKT ciations in t hi organization distributed to the major markets F tlii L'.S I u ; nd t • He has served the I'.S. D holds thi i ctivi 'ii thi S Vrmy. ~. Jack Cf*r Bruce McDomrf Cooper Exploitation In Israel Makes Rapid Advance Copper exploitation in Israel has been |iven further impetus, it v. ..learned this wr> k by Jacob Sti. r i reater Miami chairman af the Is rael Bond Organization, when Ii.,. 1 Ministry of Development an nounced tii.it. with the utilization of investment capital derived from %  i Israel Bonds, the Dorr [Engineering Company has been < n .:• anil build a bilge smelting and refining plant near 'Incopper mineof Klath. south -t point ot ihe country Ihe decision to build such a smelting plant was based, to ., ". tlio (hidings ol .i group ol mi talluxgists who. with Bond assistance, undertook %  ill project in 1083 to deter%  lie mo~i suitable production (traction techniques," Slur stated slur explained that th>' n • proved that Israel copper oncompares favorably in quality with onin other copper produc n .i"f the world which have successful!) e\ploited copper commerciall) Construction work at the copper -ites iexpected to begin shortly after Israel celebrates itseventh anniversary next May instal lation ol machinery and initial pro duction .in anticipated bj the end ol I95S or early in 1956 The monthly output will In* upproximatel) i.oecial tribute Principal addresses were offered In Dr Joseph Narot. Temple 1s-puitiial leaderKahbi J Mar -hall Taxay, Daytona Beach, and William I> Singer, congregation president Musical program included songs bj Cantor Jacob Bormtein. with Mrs Louis Adler at the piano Special resolution was patted by Temple Israel to "record the deep feeling ol gratitude to our Com mon Father tor the blessing "f Dr. Kaplan's hfc and laborhis friendship anil his influence The resolution also designated tinchapel of the now Temple Ii.,i I building 'thi Jacob n Kap lan Chapel aa tribute and as a future perpetual memorial" to the spiritual Nader Daniels Reveals Hollywood Lodge Anniversary Jen. 16 Hollywood I-odge, B'nai B'nth. will be presented with a District No 5 Award for Service at a forth coining State Convention, according to an announcement this week by Charles Daniela, first president of the nine \ear-old lodge Daniels, a member of the inter national B'nai I! nth organization for 45 years. wa> the first person in the order to receive the B*nai H'rith president's Certificate for Humanitarianism In audition. Daniels last jraajf received an Honor Certificate for 25 years ot service to the order. Service Fund, of which he is cur rently state chairman. Hollywood Lodge will mark its ninth anniversary with a dinner' dance on Jan 16, Daniels revealed =2^22513., Or. Allen Present, Fraternity With Pl^ Dr lt ,, "'< M Allen <>t Alpha Epsilon ,-, 2,1 7""" "'' be* cft*! The award wilj ^ consideration „| candid L! Alien. Dr Donald Mlch| ^| tfMHIllel director. .ajJJ [ •ft of the local (oan danJ LOON LAKE, in the Adirondack*. NEW YORK rBJ.0uS HI* COCO CAMPS 3 iSSSlStl, completely eau pped car-. puses o J400 Km .keorOerei, pone" Irtt climate. ISOO feet hi|i l •[' .limit IS Hole JO" course every lend end water tpo'l and athletic reality tttmc.t't cultural and recreetonel prot'••" ... Mujic. Drama. Dave ed an ceetn* Am Educational protects Ciptrt an ojti-.j-if Directors. Specialists KM Personnel ...Dietary Laws oiered [ace. u-t sepa-ate Mult KeommoOat'ons .. Inspired porm -a (catena W the famed Andron tradition. M. DAVf6 1 ANMON, 0ee* 11H Sroeei.eir t—.r-t4 Hr. Ve*k Civ. N V. Miami Wholesale Corporation 120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 We 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 ULHJJ STORE I EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW CUSS furnifure T.j, UtM mirrors anal ffes.'ver.'na 0r Specially L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th SL PHONE 3-2728 Atofrit Orfin SUNRffl Warburg Dinner Planned MEW YORK Edward M. M Warburg, presidanl of the United Jewish Appeal, will !" %  honored at a testimonial dinner Saturday eve" ning. Jan. 22, at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel for his general i-h.urmanship of the Appeal over the p.i-t four years and for more than a decade and a half of humanitar ian service to refugee and distresaed Jews in all parts of the world. Jack D. Weiler, national campaign chairman of the UJA and chairman of the dinner committee, announced also that Senator Herbert H. Lehman will serve i1 trait matter Warburg was until recently UJA general chairman. Art, Music Functions Scheduled on Beach Kliot ollara. nationally known artist, will speak on "The Lan-' RUaffl of Water Color Monday | evening, Jan. 3. at the Oceanfront Auditorium. Four films on water ( color painting made by O'll.ira will also bl shown Chairmen are Miss | Bertha Aldruh and Chaini Boat Workshop in mu>ic appreciation will present Joseph Mooney in eonunentar) on opor a at the Ifiamj l'" at h Coromupit) Center ITuesda) i vening, Jan. 4 Other music workshop soaaions will Include comic open liiii ii; voice e\prcMon. Jan '8; and great sjngexs'of Ufc past. Jan 29 Both functions are under the sponsorship of the Miami Beach lo i rxati'in Department. 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DAY, DECEMBER 31, 1954 &f&f / i rvicea are at 7:30 90 p in with Sunday I., scheduled for 8 a.m. ypiE SINAI of Hollywood i ning service* pm Rabbi David Shapiro I on the topic: A Hap Joaeph W. I II remple Choir, uniirn hoi "i Rev Ifordechai the musical uneg Shab%  b) Mr and | UVi-man and Mr. Siei el Saturday are at 9 a m.. [ piro discussing the Portion Daily services I INTICELLO PARK CONGRE|0N will hold early Friday ii Late service is m. with Rabbi Abraham 1, officiating. Sermon is: • Sojourn in Egypt" Satur18 am there will be a class jlmml Sen lew are at 9 a.m.. [ ermon: The Beginning Vptian Bondage" At 4 15 class m Biblical studio iuleri" Mini I.., iat 5 15 p.m.. ed by Maarrt • JH EMETH CONGREGATION kid Pridaj niyht services be-! H 7.30 p m. • TH DADE JEWISH CEN-j frill bold Friday evening senpt 8 15 p m with the choir] the direction of Lucille j and Cantor Maurice Neu ping the musical portions of p'Urgy Rabbi Henry Okolica I taffieiate and speak on the "New Year Thoughts." Sat morning services are at 9 "hen the Rabb. will discuas: It* Provider." Juriot paw M 11 am. PH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will Friday evening services at |Pm Rabbi Henry Wernick I md preach on t \'' You Coming or (*_ Wjnl .r Maurice Mamches the musical oortlona of with the choir under I : Miriam Donner !"" %  Shabbat win i*. apotv £> Mr and lira, Ralph B..rg "I"*son, Alan, will bocorr. %  wan during Saturday mornm Dally aervaeea r '*) B.m and 5:15 p.m. • fMPLE ISRAEL 'ibrate New Years n, hn p ,„ • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening service! al 5 IS p m Late services are al 8 I i wlnn Rabbi Morton M,,!,,. k> will officiate and pn aeb on U "A \e Year." Cantor S kow will render the mu i i por tiona of the litui morning services an 11 Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will Dr. Jacob 11. Kap ESmeritus ol Temple Israel, as guest speaker durii ; ning service, at H 30 p m Rabbi B Leon Mnrwita will officiati hour will follow, with the Golden Candlelighting Time Ttbet 6 — 5:23 p.m. Age Fellowship acting as host. In charge will be Sam Rabenowich chairman. Benjamin Shulmai chairman, and Sam Silvermai cial director Saturday morning -ervice. are at 8 30 a m. I HuiwIU will discus, the Weekly Portion Rev Rudolph Brill will ri nder the musical portions of the liturgy. • • FLAGLER %  GRANADA JEWISH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m.. with Rev Leo Hi im officiating. Saturday mornin. ices are at 8:30 am., when Rev Heim will di-eu-the W tion. Junior serviceare at 10:30 a.m.. with Jeffrey Strumpf acting as spiritual leader and Sidney Shopiro as cantor Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening service, al 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary • ahu Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic The Jewish Concept of the Messiah Clt Sanhedrin will be at 3 30 pm Portion of the Tanyah will be discussed by Rabbi Swirsky after Mincha Junior services 'are in Academy Hail at 10 a.m. • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday HYAHRZEIT DATES' J AT A GIANCEI FREE TO OUR READERS! [Seventh Edition Of Famous 24Year Habuw-Eatfish Calendar 'Goes Up To 196*. mning lerylcei at 5:1s pj, urday morning sen,,.m „ "' ;,t Simon April win math oi a is i Tr 5„ 0RAL GABLES JEWISH CENTIRwil Will I Ho BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold % %  %  Chill I.II.I • pk It's Going I Year %  i tiy Melvin Safra • der the musical p %  liturgy Saturday n are at 8 30 am. when I, will discuss The I mint of Junior at 9 30 am under the directioi \ j MrMary Alpen host • ; mud is scheduled for 4 45 pm. folio* • Mincl and SI Chill will discu • a • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE A ning al 5:30 pi day morning services are al 9 Rabbi 1 Ever • ognizi at 5 11.1 by SI doa Jacob IS ... Rabbi Ever w,,. Port, • at 8 a.m. and 5 30 p m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold %  Friday %  ening at 9:30 ar.d 8 pm • ing Hitern 1 look will be: King Ahead Cantor Edward Klein will chant the lit I by the Jnder the direction of Mr Ei. Saturday morning services will begin at 8 45 a mat which time will be celebrated the Bar Mitzval Uoyd Stern, ion ,,f Ut. and Mrs N He r m an stern Bible class is at W pm Mincha will be a) 5:18 %  %  Shalo Seudos. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER 1 Waxman rtion. %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will %  %  *>'i I nuh % and preaching on th< Mu. a Turning I'omt in -l:.v mom re at 10:4 Kelen er will P : %  BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION bold Fi 1 rening -lay morn• 'tun. M will txat 5 pn d by Shal• gal will b%  • Dail) are at ~ 30 1 m and 5 15 pm Talmud study daily from 2 to 4 p m HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will : Friday t 8:15 p.m.. with %  • %  %  %  tl I breshSat ird %  :• mornng set Agudath Israel to Hold Week-Long Dedication Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute plant a week-long dedication celebration commencing Friday evening, Feb. II, according to an anCi mint this week by Rabbi %  spiritual leader Climax of the dedication will bo 1 M Feb 13 following cere* monies al the (enter site nts planned during thi week will be an installation luncheon of the Sisterhood and the %  ntation ol a Scroll oi Law to I Agudath Israel in memory ol the Solomon Emanuel, '/ WANT MY MILK" itt 1 fUomt Mt NAT GANS •a. j-**l 4-t9ll Uft IHSUtAHCt MUDS %  Mtrlitaii Irte totaroncc C REDUCING? ItOAl s£ ••• PW* .„„ bW C''ne* KCS Mrnjai -; t;t 1 •:-!•. AND Sugfl rin e it kU roo itoaM ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE !" *-4k~k .< retalHer_,Jea*i The new edition of th* aajaafavl All Hebrew aad Eflb ^'" from 1M1 to 1W5. AU J.b kolidaya to 1M4. Tto p u b!tio. kM irruH •" "V* „,, rimiMi 10 ~ !" *" — J^f" U4, U!-t *Uc W tW — T !" CWMv %  %  • •**" it !" *"*** % %  writ. %  --•* •" >"" '• ~ ra a affteat Wtr ., .-I#reaaee fMiafir PM Oaabaireaipag*%££, a J. MOMI CO.. fm rM r hw c^Twrite te: j p. 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piP AY. DECEMBER 31. 1954 2hiIhrHv>r leece Group Rapped; Halts ProgressSchultz NEW YORK The purpose of L Recce Committee was not alone hamper tax-exempt educationI foundations which it investigatJ. hut to halt the advances of so L. progrrsand "turn the clock KUory back at least 21 years," tunWward Schultz. national Lnnan of the Anti-Defamation Tjgue of B'nai Brith, said this seek Th'a -harp condemnation of the Kial House of Representatives vu^hwdfl by Ci'iigreksniii B. fcrroll Reece Republican of Ten sr. Mr Schultl criticized its n, 0 ne sided and erroneous Mentation of the facts" and its Jevelling ol public accusation [jthout prool He challenged the mmittee'> purpose as "a danMl condition in our public t'and said that the inquiry "was junulated by men (whose) fondest Ipes involve forcing a retreat Lm all the pn>nressof the RooseL||, Truman and Eisenhower [The API. leader, addressing a leeting of the League's executive jnmittee at the Hotel Roosevelt. Lid that "the foundations and the %  ucational -nineties are not the fal targets of these people, but j expendable element on the road |ard their goal." The League was eluded "peripherally" in the %  cc Committee''; staff report. |Mr Schultz said that the Reece ouiry failed Although the comiittee— which halted its public |>Mons abruptly after hearing ly testimony adverse to the jajor foundations—has yet to isle its formal report. Mr. Schultz pted that at least three of its five embers are on record approving %  w ork of the foundations. iThey are Representatives Wayne 1 Hays cif Ohio and Mrs. Grade lost of Idaho, the Democratic tnority members whose opposii to the character of the inves^aliun was made known during hearings, and Representative hgier I. Goodwin, Republican of issachusetts. who was quoted as ring said that he is satisfied that i laudations have tried to protour free American institutions have generally used the vast ns of money available to them la manner best to serve the pubt interest r Schultz said that supporters [the Reece inquiry were "enamor-. with wh.it they have seen in %  r investigative actions" and' k their effort to turn back the %  of social and political develop rat was perhaps inept, but it was hbitinus [Where they failed, he said, was j (the choice of victims: the great Wiaiion. -The foundations r* r *' D '8 game But they were big i seise quite different from at the Reece Commit** thought N> are not the stuff of which ; frhran n ade They had no inj ptMm ol acting as sacrificial libs." %  (foundations lound it a fru"ing experience" to defend PHHres with written briefs, Mr. fita said, "because they had to jfnomic Appliance Firm ^wls New Promotions 'd r'riedman will preside. **' Braverman, president of Dy%  Appliances, this week an!" ted that OrviUe Winterstella. "f general manager, has been secretary of the corporation, i his duties expanded to assist 'President. EL5 Braverma n has oeen ap% !" '*a treasurer and Joe Kuly ." <* general sales manager. | r ayerrnan revealed that DyT"' cs Hot point line for 1955 [" feature built-in freezer com'ns as companion pieces to ""tpo.nt built-in ovens and C**s with stainless steel fronts f !" m c v dishwashers, disposLtuK an 1 "" "Ml machines. r >g many advantages that "J^H mtr,y us d onJ y on d rM T d *l s hve now been incor_, ,n ,n eir standard builders r ,or 155, Braverman Mid. give logical answers to an i %  %  tially illogical line of reasoning But the nature of the testimoi fared igaJm them which \t r Schultz ascribed t„ the | uri at, c fringe" 'only hastened ih.. collapse of Congressman R ep ,., fortto show that most .,( ih<. ,\ u mestir legislation and foreign policy of our government from Ron < %  velt to Eisenhower ;,. ,, conspiracy nurtured and financed bj I group of educators an-l foundsMIOHCS The League chairman casti] what he called "the effort to the foundations 'controvei They are essentially consei in outlook." he said, vet the) were accused by the staff report of th reof journal activities, Mrs. S. A. GoodIstman. journal co-chairman stated. lent orThe goal for the 1955 publication Will has been let at $35,000. MILK-PRODUCING GOATS REACH ISRAEL WITH AID OF ISRAEL BOND PROCEEDS Airs. Irrimi firfel Academy Journal Sets Area Goal Of $35,000 MrIrvinj I % %  er-' A--'-, : • '55 Hebn I journal, will bi to the Hebn and memberTiih the lid of investment ripiiil derived from the file of Stile of Uriel Development Bonds. Israel if importing 1,000 milk-producing goats from Holland and B*lrmin. Shaw above ii the firtl shipment of 100 goati, whirls t~-.\'i ;n bead recfath aboard a specially outfitted El Al C-47 airplane. • i MM rerl nf >.hi<-h jives an avenge of ISO gallons of milk annually. ,-. -..%  .4 f or |, rte |-, hj|| ^ttlement, where rows do not thrive. Imported fSMrih to improve the local breed, the goati are arriving in Israel at the rate of IH a v.eek. Israel Development Bonds provide funds for the development of agriculture, romraerre and industries, the expansion of rommunirat.on and trjrtportation farilitie-. and the exploitation of mineral deposit). irr ISRAEL BON BBS Tilt Messoae Jgansorea 1 k t MR. oni MRS. LEO GERNGfiOSS (&mpl$k ml TtepemklJe cTiffe &torice M IAMI TITL€ & QktractCa :5 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Israel Kosher meat products, completely and =:-..::.'.y processed, hang in special reir.ee:::::: racks :::e: beinc removed from Israel Kosher s araoarebouM Large saJamn bologna midgets, bankturten -: delicatessen made with the : :.e=pare r-ee: sahary mands of the most diaiciiminatinq pakrta lareel : : beef, rolled beef end r:rE\:r~ ::: :: re :.r.;5: Boroi tared Koshei's quality il fc !" Title Insurance Policies of Kansos City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus I Reserves fi.-ees) SJ.OOOOOO ;:< SHCRELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS opened or funds added as =::cunts on or before January 10th will beain eamina diridends be ycu from January 1st. YOUR SAVINGS aM -• LNSURED to S10 000 and EARN diridends twice a year for you at the current rale ot .1% Pr annum irpTT'—^L eAHlli'? %  .. MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avtrw* AUAPATTAH IRANCH 1400 N.W. 3oth Str>t %  Dade Federal JOSEPH M. UPTON, President ^ ,^iS!Sl^-S^^; H .USINESS HOURS: AN offices ore open 9 A.M.to 3 P.M. 1901 &.w. 9 ^ SON c£NTCf |RANCH w


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\0ICAH LEADERS AND Aff/MfD GERMANY *kJteiiw$l MIAMI. FLORIDA NATIONAL COUNCIL TO flMift TERCENTENARY %  ~ —a...-. .„., I | ppeal C ommunity Rally To Hear Rabbi Silver ""-"'" %  S T l :: : ; KJBP — < s „,,, L Amencn Zionist rtwve ,, will be principal speaker at Ltic community assembly to the 1999 Combined Jewish mass meeting will be held jrhur-H./\ evening, Jan. 13. at [Miami Beach Auditorium and Ibeopi'ii i" the public Eg included on the program. fh will launch Greater Miami's inclusive fund railing 55 local, national ies, will be im i former director of Foreign i >p< ratiom AdminisI Economic Aid to eommunit) will hear from M tional and local govern officials, .iwell as leaders .ligiuii. philanthropy and sowelfare The mayora of all County municipalities have invited to be seated on the urn .iguests "f honor. than 2.500 persona are exled to attend the gathering |q c Myers, president o( the Kr Miami Jewish Federation. preside as chairman of the ling. Coordinator of the enevent is Miv Louia Glasser. landing community leader chairman for three consecuyears ol the CJA Women's Dijn MrMax Wcitz. active lead In the CJA Woman'! Division. been appointed chairman of irraogemenl s committee. lore member of the Florida State W tar. B 952, the n In ,„., tl .,„. ,,.,.,.| W .,| on from the National I "•" %  of Christians in 1953 die | % %  II for • %  • I • i Bonds Shi Ml s na \ ixihai thi Metropolitai D nit] Cheat for I ,i bn :• Jl Wish the Gn iter M & %  ? %  Mrt, Mai Wtito airs, louii Glasser All members of federation's board of governors, the unit which represents more than 60 tup Jewish organizations, will attend. Admission to the rally will be free of charge. Mrs. Glasser ^!al ed. However, admission will be by ticket only The greatest portion of 58-4331 The greatest portion I 1 the main floor is being reserved for volunteer workers of the Com bined Jewish Appeal and other CJA campaign leadership, Mrs Glasser pointed out. Campaign chairman Sam J Hei man will announce the official CJA goal for 1955. and division chairmen will accept their respective unit quotas on behalf of their volunteer workers It is expected that new volunteers will be en rolled to swell the army of work era to the 3,000 mark which Heiman announced as the "minimum required manpower in the coming campaign." %  Mrs. Glasser, coordinator of the opening meeting, has worked I many years with a variety ol or ganizations in this area. She was secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1952 and a member of the board of governor* for many years MrGlasser was national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress and was recently elected to serve for four yearas a 1 t ol en's i M I asl summi r around the world iduate ot Hunter Coll< ma cum laude. and haa law de fmm Brooklyn Lai She formerlj taught sen ol In the East and imarried to Louis Glasser, who iengaged In the n tate I' isinesi in Miami. trip sumMrs. Benjamin Appel and Mrs. Louis Makovsky conduct candlelighting ceremony at Hebrew Academy Women's life membership tea Wednesday in the Tides hotel. Palmer Named Center Fund Raising Chairman Sidnej Palmer, local community leader, wathis week appointed chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center fund raising committee Palmer will be responsible for ciH.rdinating and giving guidance to various inti income activities ol GMJCC, Mrs M0fn Slrkhi Whro : • • -• a vealed. Palmer, who was appointed a member ol I Board ol Review %  rship, vner and operat* r ol P Monumi nl Companj .dent of Be'h I) for 54 >• ars and president of Beth El Congi He was named Lieutenant onel bj the lati Go' ir Fred P. for meritorious -• dered the State of Flori I was also finance and publicitj director ol the Miami Drum and f the Amei gion, pasl president ol the Miami ue Merchants Association, past patron of Emunah Chapter No 175 order of Eastern Star and %  i r of the board of directors of the former Miami VMHA Palmer is also a member of the board of directors of the GMJCC, awell aol itexecutive committee First meeting ol the committee met Monday to discuss plantor forthco m i ng "Car Project," • activity of the committee Announcement was made ol rh" appointn I William Sussman as chairman tor the B Branch project. Sussman is a mem : the board of directors and the executive committee ol GM a member of t h e Beach Branch Planning Council and a member of Temple Emanu-EI Also revealed was that Sam Seitlin. member of the board and exec utive committee ol GMJCC and treasurer of the Southern Section. h Welfare Board, will head the Town Branch for thiproject Sidnev Stiller, vice president of GMJCC, past president of FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center and a member ol the GMJCI board and executive committee, will c o n t inue as chairman in charge ol 'he Flagler-Granada (enter. A sisting Palmer* is Leon Kaplan, former chairman of the GMJ ('(' fund raising committee, as well as Charles Adelman, Leo Ackerman. R. W. Apte. Milton Balsam. Leo Chaikin. Mrs. Abraham Cohen. Mrs Albert Comanori A. Budd Cutler, Mr. and Mrs Malvin En$ilander, Leon Epstein, Herman Feldman, Monroe (lelb. Seymour Gelber. Mrs Max C Cettinger. Morns Honigbaum, Abe Hure\.t/. Hyman Kam, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Irvin Katz, William Kneapler. Irving Lax, Sidney Let court Mr-. Philip Lefkowitz, Marlene .Joseph Master-. Gertrude Killer, Edward Peyser, Handy Polansky, Hyland Rifas, Irving Saal, Bernard Segal, Sam Seitlin, Fred Snochet, Fred Bewail, Edith Schulman, Isidore Simkowitz. Mr and Mrs Milton Sirkin. Paul Sobel. Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. Lou Stein. Lewis Sternshein. Sidney Stiller. Mrs Carl Susskind, William Sussman. Jack Toppell. Robert Tauber. Harold Thurman. MrCarl Weinkle. Stuart Winston. Bernard Weksler and Mrs. Samuel Zibit. g ht of Judaean Hills Fills Yo uthful American With Silent Awe 'eich Student Tells of Israel's Beauty ((EDITOR S NOTE: The Jew Flnridun publishes below wpts from a letter written by Ova Kwitney to her parMr and Mrs Harry Pewltney, of the Hebrew emy faculty, Miami Beach. Kwitney is now studying "he Youth Workshop of the Hal Agencj in Jerusalem. and Will return here next F •'' work with local Young P**a groups pttrda) i returned from our da > Irip, and I have a book "'" you I onli hope that I can impart at least a little bit of the flavor and excitement. We started ott from Jerusalem in two open trucks. The v were huge with benches on either side and one in the middle and a can vas covering for the top of the truck. In the back we put our knapsacks, blanket rolls and prov i sions. It was 6:30 am., and ever) one was dressed in heavy jackets and combat boots There were for ty of us to each truck About 7 45. the sun was getting warmer, and we made our fir-t stop right in the valley of the hill~ of Judea Whit I sight! The hills M Mescheloff Accepts Pulpit Of West Rogers Park Congregation P*l M > Meacsaaloif has ac the Strath Haven hotel last week Pulpit ;,, „p,ritual leader' ""I Ko; Rabbi Simon April. aaaociaUoa f local ran Roger, Park Congregation president, spoke in behall of local g*ago. III., according to word! spiritual leaders who expressed lh Ma ** %  l h -' r gratitude for the outstand !" U'-ch.ioif i, now in Chi ing work ;„ which he had eogag 'FUing arrangements for his ed here during the past 11 years "' 'nstaluatlon there Jan. 9. i Rabbi Mescheloff is former sptf jee.pi,,,,, wu „. ndered him itual leader of Beth Jacob i o„4.v inn o .' h,,| (f bv he Greater gat ion and was long active in kaaB Kabbmical Associafion at t ruth organiiations on Miami Beach were high on either aide ol us, the morning Jclear and cool and the sensation of standing so low in the vaUes with vasl hills on either side filled uwith awe. All Was quiet and peaceful The .meHme Arab village of Kin Kerem (now Jewi-hi was on the hilN to OUT left to our right 'he -tone ter races built on the mountainin Biblical timelav crumbled \;.d in the center, evenlv plow ,.,i fields and young apple trees growing, symbolic of the modern „ ol our people to restore the i.,nd to rertiUtj We climbed „„ ,,,., traeki again and rode tar ,her to. Bboul two hourI here we visited a BetarKibbutt that was luring he .„„, ,.„„ n recent months eked b> neighboring Vrab Marauders We left our trucks Jll( | ,o,,k i two-anile hike | va i>j walking 'he iaat expai eautiful J| IK, ween the wrroundta m l,n ,„„. W came to Ha.t She.n-b ,, llliu h time Thii when Son waborn, whe: •" ,d Delilah liv ed an J where in the Can nanite d„>a magnificent temple, to the sun was ouilt. i Hence. Bet Shemesh. house of the sun.) We stood on the ruins of this temple and overooked the land Mape We had left the hill countTJ and were entering the level plain land A little information about the road we were travelling The old short road tro.n Jerusalem to Be er Sheba that is now in Arab hand, was cut off to the Jews durIB| the critical days of the war, .,,, | the Israelis couldn't get through to Jerusalem ThH i h erne in the ni^ht an.l overnight built a new crude road to Jerusalem SO that we could get through. Do you have anj what thai na n To build a .,;. were killed apd now we passed a tall memorial erected in memory ol those brave men N > the road is called Kvish ir.,h, the Road ol Heroism [eh very strange al being so close to understanding the meaning i I dying i ir one's country. On Wednesday, the next morn lag, we packed up In our trucks ., n d rolled Ofl We were U Continoad on P*9 B Jirfney falmtr Pediatrician in Talk \ ;th Dade Jewish Center will meet Wednesday. Jan 5 Dr. Howard Engle, pediatrician, will conduct the second in a series of lectures sponsored by the Center. #



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prrrMBER 31, 19M othv Kishinan Becomes Mrs. Mcrton s i v in Candlelight Kites December 2(i 5Jr Sandra FishmM was rmarriag.by her parents. %  „„ i Martin Hshman, Erdeenl ,ral Cables, to p Miaak> at a 6 p.m. caneeremonj in the Biscayne ho tel en Sunday. Dec. 26. Irving | ,,-hrman. Temple luKI spiritual leader, officiatV Minsky ',hc son of the Tilinsky-. Br"fktn. Mass. bride carried a cascade of Ehiie orchid-, sweetheart rosL d !tephan.tis. Her gown. I m white chantilly lace and [tulle over satin, was made in der neckline and edged I dipped lace flowers. The %  bodice and bouffant lace JBV ruffles, nver layer and [tulle, extend into a sweep f four-tierrcd veil of French Jin icll from a hand made lot -hells with iridescent palcf homu" Mi-Joan Fortan aquamarine iridej taffeta with a KOOp neckLhirred bodice and flared balIlength skirt She carried a |l ,i Vanda orchids. i Gloria Cross of Harrisburg. iu ]n ol the bride, Miss (iranat and Mrs. Norman F | Newton, Mass., were I %  I wore identical dress as the if honor m rose iridescent and earned cascades of carnationand sweetheart I Charles Rubin, of Brockton, l. as best man Samuel Fish1 the bride, William [ ousin of the ilver, of NewI ishers | Rolnick. cousin of the u. • ring i earer. I -iincluded Mr. MrI I1..1I1Rubin, Mrs. Lewis kin Norman Silliss Barb ir. Tuler. Mr. and Mr. and *a\ Mr Al Bernson, I I Mrs I. Maltetroit; Mr and Mrs. B. 1 ol Harrisburg: Mr. and Mrs. blnick and Mrs Jennie Ap1 Maud. New York; Mr. Mr and Mrs A. and Mr and Mrs. Handel, and Mr and Mrs. M. ler. 11 Easton, Pa. couple will honeymoon in in returning to Brockton by • trip They will live at the Apartments m Brockton. Mrs. Merlon Minsky I If vines to Mark fiolden Anniversary Mr and MrJoseph II Uvm,' of 24..o Flaming,, pi, Miami Bead) I will celebrate their golden wed ng annivenar) on Sundaj eve|ning.Jan l with a dinner al Cop, !. ( h '' '" v n 'u "" n"ried Dee. i.i'K.4 m w yorkcit) and moved to Chicago five yean later where, during the course of 45 years, Mr. Levine operated aa a manufacturer ol ladies' garmenti Mr and Mrs Levine became winter residents hero %  > years ago and been residing in Miami Beach permanent!} since Mr Levine'a retirement in 1946 Sum.' .",11 guests will be at the Copa Citj wedding anniversary dinner Among them are iir and Mn Arthur Levine and Mr and Mn Samuel Levine ol Chicago and Mi and Mn Sam Lelder, ol New York, the couple's children Also attending will be Chicago residents Mr and Mr. A. .1 Ki-cn berg and MrFannie Cohen, sisten and brother-in-law of Mrs Levine Other Chicago relatives will include Mr and MrRalph Rundel. PAGE 5 A Miss Linick Marries Mr. Na 11 mn Saroff Mrs Anna K Linick. of Miami, and Mr Rubin Linick, ol Passaic, N. J.. announce the marriage of their daughter, Irene Elizabeth, to Nathan Saroff, son ol Mr and Mn, Samuel Saroff, Now York al Tifereth Israel North (inter on Dec. 26 The bride ii graduate ol Florida State Univenit) and i,i teach• r al Biscayne Elementary School The groom is a graduate of the -? Miss Adntnnt Kafi Henne Betrothed [Katz Anniversary d enne Katz engagement P* e David Schwartz was anw Sunday on the 24th wediJ?T rsar > her parents. Md Mrs Samuel Katz, 7207 '*. Miami Beach. 'caqple P i an ,,„,„,„ wed 'Kiti is a graduate of Miami *lh School She attended *"enity of Florida, j, ,K, W w *t the University of *tlite* of Mr. aa* J *ecb Schwartz 3gt a>WMMft *h Scboot. Mrs. feajaaa T. Geiidlm Oshlag, Gendlin Wed, Will Live in Chicago Miss Frances Ellen Oshlag, daughter of Dr. and Mrs My man Lieber, Mountain Home, Tenn and Miami Beach, was married on Saturday. Dec. 25. to Eugene T. Gendlin, son of Dr and Mrs. Leo Gendlin, Washington. I) C, Reverend Nathan the University of Maryland. The couple are planning a June wedding in Baltimore. June Marriage For Miss Flcur Mr. Samuel Fleur, 1325 Meridian ave announces the engagement of his daughter, Gloria, to Mr. Lloyd Wucher. Mr Wucher Is the son of Mr. and Hn lack Wucher. 1618 West ave. The bride-elect graduated from James Monroe High School. BrookMrs. Helhan SoroH business school of the Fashion Institute in New York and is employed as an accountant at the Gaffney Construction Co. The bride wore a white silk ballerina gown with a Juliette cap and nylon tulle veil. She carried a white mother of pearl prayer book trimmed with i white orchid and %  tepflenotia Maid of honor was Miss Marcia Anthon) MiAnthony wore a peacock blue gown and carried i bouquet of pink pompomand -tephonotis Beit man was Mr Gene Ebriicn The double ring ceremony unperformed by Kabbi Abraham Her-on. ^__ Dicners Home After Tour of Israel Beth Sholom fo Offer Course by Rabbi Kronish Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. chairman of the membership committee of Temple Beth Sholom. this week announced a course in "Living American Liberal Judaism." to be given every Wednesday evening in January at the Temple by Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader. "The Course is open not only to j the general membership of Beth | Sholom, but to the entire Jewish' community as well." Dr. Eggnatz said. Mrs Ralph Cobb. of the membership committee, will serve as chairman of the lecture-course. Balsam Bar Mitzvah Mark Stuart Balsam, son of Mr. Milton Balsam, executive director of Beth David Synagogue, was Bar Mitzvah in New York Saturday. ,-"-> %  etMfiBtMB> to-Tau E*.iton Mil friHnmmbnd Birth Dr. and Mrs Daniel C) Hammond, 5901 North Bayshore dr.. Miami, announce the birth of their daughter, Helen, Saturday. Dec 25. at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Outa Rubin. Dr. Hammond is a Miami gynecologist. Beth David Forms Classes for Adults First elan m a ten-week consecu tiv* series tor adults will open at Bern David n Tuesday evening, J *ii class*, will be offered: prayer bee* Hebrew aad the Five jto*e*lo*tloJP£nd >• Lit use ..jrui n History.' ** %  tfaisaa. ,tewisli Literature and ConMpW^hh froblems. • to Miss Gloria fleur |yn NY. attended the Art Students League in New York and mi | student at the Institute of Commercial Art in Westport, Conn. Mr. Wucher, after serving four Mr md Mrs. Bernard Diener. of v( ,., r> |n the L \s. Navy, is now asso8920 Byron ave. Miami Beach. Inave returned from a twomon.h tour of Israel. dated with Miami Beach Whole-,,le Grocery Co. He attended Miami Beach High School and was Mrs Diener is the former Esther graduat ed from Whitefield School. Tane'of Haifa. During the War of He is a i s() attending the UniverUheVation, she sen-ed in Israel s < %  „, Miamj wh ere he majors underground f ,. in Business Administration. David Zang. Mrs. Diener s lath A June we dding is planned by M was one of Haifa's pioneer set-: he newly engaged couple Sratld is now a judge there On their return to Miami Beach, p| .j, >Ienl | )CI ^ M Ln n ^n^SrS,^ A pcH <>nore


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)AY, DECEMBER 31. 1954 [merican Officials Admit \earing Armed Germany MSHlWrON (JTA) — Some hmgton authorities have | Ktond thoughts about a | dlnru; rearmament program in Germany. But these same ofils privately admit fear of quesiu+ a step envisaged by the aditration ai a defense measuer III Communism. Communists, typical hypocrisy, loudly opIjie rearmament of West Geralthough they began some 'ago t<> rearm Communist East nany. Sincere advocates of who oppose German remili %  j<.n have thus been frustrativ Communism as well as by Irical. enforced conformity in jse oi anti-Communism. as 19.i2. Chancellor Ad^cr promised the Bundestag the Federal Government "continue its efforts to ] eve the release of as many war as possible." Adenauer u—• il the matter with Pre&iEisenhower and Secretary of John Foster Dulles. The I I partment, in a communi Idated April 9. 1953. revealed (he United States agreed to i e tha status of these i Shortly thereafter. i: them were released c argument of German milicarries considerable |ht in Washington today Certain that they cannot be did to lake up arms while i mpanioni are in prison for • "ider-" and "fighting ..' in the last war %  from prison "I Baron f Von Neurath, a major nal, increased the thv • pardons be given to the aining chief Nazis senteiicmberg with him. Adewitta greatest pleasure", Von Neurath his "warmest i.' ,.'.tions." President Then-| • in a letter to Von NeurI i led happiness thai "your, York Avenue to b Pioneer's Name ra YORK—As part of the curii ,i brat ion of the American *h Tercentenary, a section of pue A in New York City will bi formally dedicated as A.v U.\ Place, it was disclosed New Israel Lodge No 1758 fni B nth. section of Avenue A that is n..nied for the Jewish pioneer rr is near Peter Cooper Vilihe Metropolitan Life Insur' ompany housing develop\ bill renaming this street n r Levy Place was signed layor Robert F. Wagner earlier bear, <#W •Jm M-7M1 H.UI IOOM st I martyrdom of these last years has now ended." President Heuss. who is probably the most respected democratic of. ficial in West Germany, distorted punishment for proven Nazi crimes into "martyrdom." This not only makes a heor out of a criminal but undermines the Nuremberg trials and similar judicial processes The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, considered by many the most influential German newspaper, charged that the sentencing of Von' Neurath and his fellow criminals,! Admirals Erich Raeder and Karl Doenitz, was "unjustified." The newspaper also criticized (he Allies : for continuing lo hold in Landsberg Prison such convicted criminals as Nazi generals, Gestapo men and S. S murderer< Golden Age Friendship Club Officers Named Henry Carbon will head the new slate of officers to be installed for the Golden Age Friendship Club. Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Sunday afternoon. Jan. 2. Installation will be conducted by Bfraim II Gale, (enter executive director. This will mark the second time that Garrison has been elected president of the group. Others elected were: first vice president, Jacob Blumenson; second vice president, Mrs. Ida Stillman; third vice president, Mrs. Minnie Steiglit Recording secretary. Mrs. Rose Schlivick; social secretary. Mrs. Goldie Rosenberg; corresponding secretary. Harry Zicree; financial secretary. Mrs Harriet Zimmerman; and treasurer, Louis Wein traub. PAGE 7 B Plane Part* Group Expands Third Time Interesting step taken by Pan Avion Co., here is the employment of older men. Pan Avion, located at Miami International Airport, is headed by famed World War I pilot Charles V. Manhart The company, recently expanded for the third time in seven • manufactures safety, survival and emergency gear Manhart hold executive posts with Douglas Aircraft, Lockheed. North American and installed Consolidated Vultee's big plant in Allentown, Pa. Himself a survivor of 14 plane crashes, Manhart has reimproved or created new life-saving equipment for sea and air disasters. 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PAGE 2 A +JtnisiincrAM9r L Miami Labor Zionists To Honor Dr. Seidel On Sunday. Jan. 2. 2 p.m.. at Kne.st-th Israel Congregation, the Labor Zionist movement in Greater Miami will pay tribute to Dr. Herman Seidel on the occasion of his 70th birthday and 50 years of leadership in Zionist affairs and Jewish communal life. Dr. Seidel will report on current events in and around Israrl. Today considered one of the'ten outstanding physicians and specialists in geriatric* in the v. S.. Dr. Seidel is head of the Paole Zion Organization, national chairman and vice president of the board of the Israel Histadrut campaign and vice chairman of the board of Ampal. He was security officer of the Jewish Legion which fought in Palestine in 1918 and one of the founders of the Jewish Overseas Relief in 1916. which later became the Joint Distribution Commute and the United Jewish Appeal. Admission to the gathering is free, and there will be no solicitation of funds. Dr Seidel will be a guest on the Schachter Hour over WMBM Sunday morning. ra ">AY.DEC DnB., l; Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro (left) and Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitx flank Philip M. Klutenick. international president of B'nai B'rith, at a mass initiation rally in the Fontainebleau hotel Monday evening. Several thousand persons were turned away from the capacity-filled auditorium. Some 1.500 members of B'nai B'rith in Dade and Broward Counties heard Klutznick say that "on our shoulders falls the responsibility of serving Jewry throughout the world." Emerson President Makes Lab Available NEW YORK — Well equipped electrons laboratories will open' new horizons for the people of I rael because organized science ii j tin urea! vaj to industrial prog-1 res* and strength of a nation. Benj,.m,i. Abrams. president of Emeries. Kadio and Phonograph Corp. %  aid this week here at the dedication of the Benjamin Abrams Elec ironies Laboratories in the Weizniann Institute of Science in Israel, j He also predicted that electronic* would become the world's largest 1 industry within two decailThe Laboratories, made avail able by a contribution by Mr. Abrams. were officially dedicated in a joint ceremony via a two-way electronics hook-up 'between Rehovoth. Israel, the locale of the Institute, and New York at the annual dinner of the Weizmann Institute of Science at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Suicide of 'Spy* Called Murder JTA NEW YORK World public opinion was stirred this week by the tuicide in an Egyptian i Mu Bennett, one of the 13 Jews arrested and brought to trial in F Zionist spiai v trding to the Egyptian ver-io: emplo.w of the %  ii Motor < ompany : committed tuicide bj slashing ii> Wrist* and had left a letter tor widow admitting higuilt The rptiana %  iitrtwd that Bennett lad previously been unsuccessful! D ottyer suicide attempt Israel newspaper* charged this • k that Bennett had not commitd suicide, .iasserted by the >ptian police but had been tor ured to death in an attempt to, \tract a full confession of his sieged espionage and terrorist crimes. One of the defendants in the trial 1 had previously announced in open court that a confession she had signed prior to the trial had been I wrung from her by torture An unsuccessful effort to intervene for the Jewish defendants a> made at the Inited Nations this week when the delegation heads of the 20 Latin American states, acting a* individuals, inter ceded with the Egyptian delegate. Dr. Abdel Meguid Remadan The Latin American spokesman. Dr. Jose Vicente Trujillo. of Ecuador, president of the caucus of Latin American delegates, was told by the Egyptian envOJ that the ac CUsed leww.re receiving c\ery right under Egyptian bra • Dr Trujillo said he had told Dr Remadan 'of our hope that in the spirit nl Christmas >,nd in the spirit of conciliation and moderation shown so frequently in the General Assembly's ninth il—ion." Egypt would see to it that justice pre-, vails" in this In London. Dr. Irael Brodie. i -I Resolution Urges Heliport On Miami Beach A resolution approving application of National Air Lines for a heliport on Miami Beach city property was adopted by the Civic League of Miami Beach last week, according to Irving Cypen, president. The resolution recommended a provisional license, however, with the understanding that after 30 days of normal operation. ( r> Council will conduct %  public hearing to determine feasibility of continuance and to permit debate as to objections in regard to noise and location. Location of the heliport should be either at its old site near Miami Beach Auditorium or west of the fire station at Dade blvd. and Washington ave., the resolutionstated. Chief Rabbi of the British Kmpire. urged all Jewish congre g atio n to recite injuftal pr ay er* for the of "our brethren in Egypt who are on trial." He declared that we i/ed with fear and tn phi., tJoa at the tidings of their perilous ( plight Here and abroad, newspapers this week condemned the Egyptian action in -tafiing the so called es-! pkmage trial The Washington Post and Times Herald charged in an editorial this week that the trial of the 13 Jews was a trumped-up device to divert Arab attention from the Egyptian (i ivernment s repression of the powerful Moslem Brotherhood. The Cairo Government has raised something of a tempest in the Arab world by its arrests of the leading spirits of the Moslem Brotherhood,'* the newspaper declared "So there is a necessity to divert attention by acting tough with the Israelis. This view is strengthened by the show trial now going on of 13 Jews in Alexandria New Group at West Miami (Teat Miami Jewish Center "Mr. and Mrs group was formed last week. Rabbi Alfred Waxman was speaker at an organizational meeting Some 30 couples were present Ed Grad is president Other temporal offsnrtr/an Mrs jfcna Le\ine. vice president: Jerome Brill. treasurer, and Mrs Thelma Pascal. '•"">'• under trumped-up charges which. as in the case of the "Bat Galim,' ban been exploded by revelations of forced confessions and torture and. in one case, a suicide." Speaking of the "Bat Galim." the Israel vessel seized by Egypt, the newspaper said: "The fact that the Egyptians invented all sorts of l;nr> 'ales to justify detention argues that they realize they have affronted international law." The editorial emphasized that the Egyptian" charges were -exploded" by a tinted Nations on-the-spot inquiry "yet the Egyptians continue to hold the 'Bat Galim.' In so doing, they are in defiance once again of the United Nations which, through the chairman of the Mixed Armistice Commission, has ordered the release of the detained vessel." Chairman Named Mrs. Jack R. Wein has been appointed Miami Beach campaign chairman for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Working with her as co-chairman will be Mrs Ben Greene, president of Temple Emanu El ITA. Republican Split May Push Sen. Joe To Extreme Right Continued from PM, i ,n th -wU hL X-""'" M.H.on relT the presence .., many had seen previously in the Bundist, Coughlmhe, Silver %  : and similar groups nf olner ,"* ; Anti-Jewish manile.ution. -Z ed on New York Mre* a ^ other cities when j„ divi J atnohc and Protestant as**. Jewish, refused •, 1Rn the Carthy petitions j Not long ago an association, former Nazis wrote an open k. to McCarthy asking him u> end the defamation of Germ and get the American Ma, thau boys out" oi the country 1 l.udwig Strieder, Hamburg j chairman of "The Association Those Damaged by Dena tion." asked the Senator to t. the Nazis as hu "allies, fon ners in battle and prophets" The letter, published in \nklage." -aid ; %  rman>\ fo Nazi Party mem In rapprove the "fighting aims of Mc and invited him to meet in ences. World's Lorgest Post Control Company Call 2-1776 i •* raal IVN* DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAV WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 NX mU. PH. 94401 AL MEIDENBERG. 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PAGE 6A yJmHtBBdsMSUL JTHDAY. Double Ring Ceremony for Ann Seirant And Arthur Pine; Honeymoon in Cuba In a double ring 11:30 a.m. Mlniony on Sunday. Doc. 26. al t lie hotel, Miaa Ann Felice Sernint. daughter of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Serrant, 105 North Shore dr.. BOM I he bride ot Arthur Pine, • I Mr and Mr-. Harry Fine. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehman, of Temple Bmanu Kl. officiated Deem.>t (he entire wedding was ice blue I white Eh -t man w.iPhilip Brooks Ms> tri.n df honor was. MrLarry Kor1 arol tan Horn, cousin of the bride from Chicago, was maid <>t honor. I -heriticludoal Larry Koraon Harve) Khrlieh. bride -elected an white cocktail4ength gown, heart shape on shoulder neckline and long fitted torso that fell Into %  .:< skin Her three tiern d • ch illusion veil was atti 1 T 1 crown ot matching fabric and she carried 1 bridal bouquet "i white cameliai and white roses Her strand of cultured pearls i :t of the groom'l parentThe and pearl braceJet \wth a heart-shaped charm of pearls r h ,„was .1 gifl from a \ on the daj -he WM born. Newlywed Mrs. Pine 1a graduof Miami Beach High School attended the University of Florida Mr Fine attended schools in New York and will receive hi%  • .it the University ol Florida in Electrical Engineering in Feb 1 arjr. Mi and Mrs. Samuel Amber, maiparents of the bride, ed fmm Tuc-on. Ariz for the wedding. MrWeinstoek, mat 1 ..I grandmother of the groom, ailed. Mrs Serrant selected a ballerinalength gown ci iride-cent faille. 1 and aqua, off shoulder effect with pink a ccesso ries MrFine acted I -'1 eet length pink taf leta gown, trimmed with pearlitnd matching acce--one\ ueddmg breakfast followed the ceremony at the AlgierThe couple flew to Havana for their hone\ moon. Mrs. trtkwr Urn* %  if town guests included MrNathan Horn, of Chicago, with daughter1 arol and Patricia Ann. d Mr-. Joseph Ka—. of : k. 7.") Attend Party For Melodye Weiss More than 75 guestcame to wish Melodye Hope Wei— %  HanK Birthday** on Dec. 26. Melodye Hope will be three years old NewYearBM The childrenparty included well wi.-herfrom three to fire and was attended by Renee and Adnenne Richman. Adele Richman. Sylvia Raphael. George and Shar Miller. George Bolner, The Ttjo Kaplans, (iale Roth Nonna and Mimmi Feldman. Bobby. Wollson. Buddy and David Fel-oung adult Zionist affairs, Miss Kaitenhanm now lives m Tallahaiafni. where she workwith the Florida State Lagislat ire •ix Mn Sonia Lyons iat home at 1 s\\ 1 tit Is ave recuperating r an illness oi sis weekShe i 1 member ol Beth David Sisterhood. •ir -tr The arrival Of MrI-eona Levine li.imarked the -tart ot the winter season tor her parents. Mr. and MrPaul Sperling, of Miami He.uli MrLevine will be joined bj her hu-band. Jerry, from their Middle Village. L.I. home, after the new year tor the triple celebration of their ninth wedding anniVeisarj and the birthdays of both Mr. and Mr-. Sperling. •£ & -it Vi-iting Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear for the holiday season are her -on. Dr Walter Lear, and his children. Bonnie Jean and Jay. Dr. Lear is medical administrator for the hospital insurance plan of New York City. %  ir -if -imer ISAM No 143. Angus! -.Defamation I '.-. %  of B'nai B'r.th is the backbone for Marxism in th.I ..nd many n ,. ittack-. dot tvm one would be impelled to quote more' and more • %  • e demented observations w. r : The f*et remains ,n %  and racism upon which tl. ( American Activities Commit u-t iasued its report The -ad feeling that the report 1a -op and ge>ture in the dire< c-f offsetting the indignation Mr Velde> investigators have aroused 1 during the past year with their often reckless methods waxes stronger' and -tronger. The sad fact that the committee s past history in com-' munist investigationhas aroused the antipathy of countless Americans fl"?."?*,'" US \ w* le f ***—^ so far as the untroubled outlook of McGinley and his ilk are concerned. For antipathy toward recklessftT_ !, t0 distast ,or furth *'•rrespr.nsibJe breach*, of individual liberty and vigorous support of further investigations — even if thev are conducted fairly in the future will hardly be mustered The indigenous nature of American hate groups seems at the moment to con Camp Specialist Here Miss Ray Barnett. children's camp information specialist 1now Visiting Miami Beach, with headquarters at the South Seas hotel. A camp advi-or for over 25 years. Miss Barnett will be here until Jan. 5 Miss Barnett can provide parentwith information on camp sites throughout the nation and in all financial brackets Her New York offices are at 345 West 86th St. HAMMING TO /JVC ^ SCHOOL


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IH) A y, DECEMBER 31, 1954 +Jmlstl IhrUltr Te rcentenary Feature ew York Tercentenary Exhibit Is Short, Concise History Lesson PAGE 9 B By DAVID HOROWITZ l>EW YORK (AJP) — Three ndrcil years of American Jewish XgZ have been brought into iphic focus within one single Elding mi the Isle of Manhattan known as New Amsterdam. .iankto Ihe American Jewish centenary Committee, it is now hin the grasp of everyone to in the complete panorama of [jeriran Jewish history since Conhuin li'ss than two hours. [be National Tercentenary Hiscal Exhibit, which officially ined on Dec. 1 at the Jewish Iseum here, has made this rare fat possible. Assembled under roof of the former Felix M. boorS mansion is the most
  • n the third floor MorHerli M J h h ST" 1ta be, n transformed into a typical I? N .;f had bitten a lower Fast Side street scene a. the K^.,:;:.";:i tll( ,, ;c;i;: r ';;';; 1;:.:^ -%  ;: ';;;.:H' m ; ,y tl T"n "'^'^ )/h>exhibiti as one of the ofd expressed it. "is the Ithe way in which one group of lericans, preserving their identliev took part in the making |uur great nation, have lived and %  need under freedom' — a tris to the living faith of Judaism in the living promise of Ameri pan entering the main lobthe visitor will see an ultraIdem conception of Columbus the discovery of America buuht in a metallic structure. A |end near it gives the following pes 'd marrano Jews who acnpamed Columbus on the voyLuis de Torres, interpreter; Sanchca; Alonzo Delia Bi rnal, ship's doctor, and Ro, surgeon. On a shelf near In exhibit of the original Ab\m Zacuto Almanac and books by him and, other navigators nis tune The Almanac containastronomical tables that Co-] I rned with him on his, liiL.-' in the unexplored realm-. bn the wall of one of the rooms lh' first floor hangs a huge map lihe 1 mted states pointing out many waves of Jewish settle-1 Is across the country the past e centuries, in another room n construction of the Ark of [Charleston, S.C.. Synagogue K. in Elohim built in 1799. the wide ttaps to the second % r ia replica of the famous Brt) Bell acquired in Augu-t. Land which arrived in the new ird .1 ship owned and opled li> two Jews, Nathan Levy [David Franks, of Philadelphia. famous crack in the Bell oc"ii July 8, 1835, when it lor John Marshall Directly Be right of the Bell is a huge |k listing the Presidentof the ted Stateand citing the pasIrom the Bible — mostly Old lament — which each one seed for the inauguration cercBy. George Washington chose famous passage of Genesis 22-25. relating to the blessings Joseph. Imong the old books displayed I floor is "Tsephanet Pan— titled after tian name — the first Yiddish i Beach. special section to science. Here the works of the other objects of historical interleading Jewish scientists are listed. est include "The Jew Bill of MaryAnother section of the exhibit land," on loan on the express wish [shows the role of the Jews in the of Israel's friend. Governor Theodcvwlopment of the American LaMdore R. McKeldin: photographs of bor movement, music, art. educalewwho participated in the Civil tion. industry, commerce, philanWar; t'riah Levy'.sword and a thropy and literature. Not a single pure gidd snuff box. presented to aspect of American Jewish life has 'him by the city fathers of New been overlooked. Samuel Sorin to Appear in Recital At Broward High School Tuesday Samuel Sorin. internationally known concert pianist, will be solo 1st at a recital on Tuesday evening. Jan. 4. at the South Broward High School Auditorium. The recital is part of a concert series sponsored here by the Hollywood Civic Music Association. Mr. Sorin. who is the son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. Miami, comes to the area following a recital at Town Hall in New York two weeks ago. The pianist's program will include I Call Upon Thee. Lord," Bach-Busoni; Tambourin, Kamoau Godowsky; Impromptu in B flat major. Schubert; Rondo Brilliante. Weber; Sonata in B minor, Chopin. Intermezzo in E flat minor. Brahms; L'Isle Joyeuse, Debussy; The Little White Donkey, Ibert: Toccata, op. li. Prokofieff; and Spanish Rhapsody, Liszt. Sonnmusicianship h i won him an enviable list of engagementwith important gym phony orchestrathroughout the country, in addition to five performances in two engagements with the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy, both in Philadelphia and m N e w York, Sonn haplayed three engagements with the chautauqua Symphony and repeat engagements with the orchestras of Detroit and Norfolk. Ffrem Kurtz thought so highly of his performance with the Kanwe walked -and was in our -hoeour filled with sand, hut we were filled with stand, but we were too thrilled in notice. We came to a place where they were building a dam to preserve the rain water for use in farming. In all this area water is brought by truck. Water is more valuable here than mone) It means lif,-. One one of our stops we ran out of water and someone who had greasy handwashed them in canned grapefruit juice Let me tell you about something very impressing. You ride in the truck past nothing but -and and bleak desert, and suddenly in the stark desolation there ia stretch n| bright beautiful green, almost a patch of paradise appearing from another woald. And you see lertilDavid Ben-Gurion "inspiring, admirable" IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian: The Miami Beach II o in e and Training School for Retarded Jewish Children hamailed a mimeographed letter inviting participation in a dinner which they are holding. They listed my wife, vina. and myself amembers of theboard of directors On December 20. 1954, I wr to Mr Lesser on behall of my M ity born out of dead land; the con: ""' "Vse!! stating that the use of trast ibeyond description, what ur names as directorwas compower we men have on thiearth. Pletely unauthorized There is to change the land from death to living soil, to create a new world from a desert graveyard. At 12 noon we came to Sdai Boker. the home of Ben-Gurion This is a tiny, baby kibbutz of 21 people. It icrude and primitive and not very beautiful, and their main work is sheep raising, A kihbutznick showed us around and gave us the history of the place. It is a non-political kibbutz, started as an experiment in 1952. when ten boys and two girls came | it they could build a kibbutz that would survive independently in this barren land A point ol \:-hu\ was needed desperately in this area because d reat. They came, and -non after Arabs stole then-beep, killed a girl who was pregnant and attacked frequently. But these pioneerdid not To realize that Ben-Gurion came to live in a place like thiis spiring, admirable thing He could easil) have retired in a lush Galil private dwellin British Catholics Forbidden To Dr. Wolf son in Talk sas City Philharmonic that he introduced him to Houston audiences asoloist with the orchestra there. Sonn began studying piano at the age of six. At twelve he beg in a prize-winning streak by winning a grand piano in the c,r .ter DeJoin Christian-Jewish Group troit Competition. From then he „_„. ._ .. ,. went on to win the Michigan State LONDON .1 A %  < athoUcs in Contest, the SI.(100 biennial prize Britain have beer, forbidden to of the National Federation of Join the ( ouncil of ( hristians and Music Clubs and. finally, the SchuJewby Bernard Cardinal Griffin, j"^ tl) J„ e Homf wl '„ mcHM j e an bert Memorial Award Scholarships j-head of the Homan Catholic hierAbraham and Ruth Born-tein Panothing that Mrs, Liebman nor I know that iderogatory to this cause. However, we know nothir their plan-, finances, etc., and havenot participated in any manner whatever. We feel that it ian mposition on the community, and misleading to have the community believe that we are sponsors of such a project when in lact we are not. SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Former Mia;r.iar,s Make $50,000 Gift to Aged Home Former Miami Beach hotel operators Mr anil Mrs. Abraham Bornstein wire honored at a dinner CSOnville try club. Builderof thi Normal hotel here, the .Born-teinnow !. I irlando. The couple honored on the occasion of their S50.000 gift to the Bivi tor the Age Jacksom ille According to Home leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Bornstein mad' 1 their gift humble step to enable persons to have a home m accordance with their needs The $50.000, it was revealed, will now be used to launch a S350.0O0 drive for an addition to the River Garden tn-titution. Also revealed at the Nov. 2!) function was that the projected adto carried him first to Chicago | arc hv in this countrv. it was •,.,ve a Hundred Years Happily' &^^£ l %tt\~" —-f "> ^ will be the subject of a discussion fu „ y launchc d when AS'AP and Catholic newspaper. "Universe by Dr. Abraham W'olfson on Satur(hc American Federation of Music ; The newspaper said that the inday. Jan. 1. 3:30 p.m.. at the ^" rjhiha sponsored his first tour' structions had been issued by the Josephs ^TT^'o^TM^i wh,ch Comprised 72 concerts micardma. "because of the danger cities throughout the country. [ of indifferentism. 12. Francis Salvador Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGO \ illion, incorporating the entire first floor. Tentative planindicate that the addition will make available 50 more rooms to River Garden's present facilities Mr Bornstein. 73 years ago. inow engaged in the fruit grovo business at Orlando. It TERCENTENARY STORY, aHH ISH. by I— MM tmm — f Text by DANIEL ELAZAR 'r.YBcrout rue ourmtmAK ro T £ AM fiV rut fugStPUtUT tATTLt S*-t*rc-R WAS A*i*i/SH£P A*l& SCAI-Pfp.. Ht Oieo A Htmo's PCATH AS THt COAfT/VtA/TAi Por~*e< I*OH I Jennie Grossinger Feted | At JNF Testimonial MEW YORK — One thousand guest-, r e pr es e n ting the world of Stage, -creen and -port-, awell as the Zionist movement in America, filled the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel here at a testimonial dinner to Jennie Cm, singer, of Miami Beach and New York, marking the official inauguration of a project for the Jennie Grossinger Cultural and !{• i tional Center on Jewish National Fund land on Mount Canaan. Israel George Jessel was chairman and Eddie Cantor, chairman ol tK sponsors' committee, sent a recorded message Dr Harris J Levine. president Of the Jewish National Fund, and Meyer Pesin. well known Zionist leader of New Jersej, were



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    PAGE 12 B +Mmi* nv*M(** FRIDAY GLOBAL SHORTS ***• Liebmoa > %  •COT Trial •< ZiMist Sftts230 bid %  MSSGffi* T>^ The JHT. SAl£3f -IT* -* Oiervaararf *** a***-? fsed head < a (IK atattrial f Zauat* a* order to s* fco aerijrmed Sedbor. Shesla Meghan. Matt Mee evening ,); ( f4hl ^ s^t Bar h*n Sb*l Sernahrr F.tetle Ru> Mn M,.., JrVi Frrd Berne? -* if Stese Pavloa ajkd EeUe of Jojee Gold. Roto* CM Youti i U.S. Will Continue to Act Agoinst Bios in Employment .... tmeot Contra UN Assembly Ends Wrtb Two Agreements on Issues • • the ninth rej 1 .-Id or azreement %  • Senator Morse Criticizes U.S. Reduction of Israel Aid 'A %  •' %  inrt> r Vatican Deplores Lack Of Religion in U.S. Schools BOMI UP I '> crvatare : [k ui Vat week that the lack of relif truction in IS achooli ia great "traced) Bj r.'.l t .i<-hirifj religion m ichooli the papei nkJd %  • deludes it self thai it does ni harm an> of its citizenwhile in fart it harms all citizens The publication fur Ui.-r e.,rnplanied BBoaJ ( atholics having to pav lOMa for public %  cfcook while thc> sent their chil dren to t hiitfh fill wiled private %  in^-1 Israel Press Says Suicide' In Cairo Was Murder Victim TEL AVIV 'WNSi The report ed suicide in a < airo prison of Max •• MM of 13 JOfJ I Ma on 'rial before a militar> court in Kgypt on charjc of having engai; '•d in Zloni < pi'.nage wa^ in reality eaai of death b) torture Ihe Israi i •! this WM k ,itension m--tinted throughou' Ir.tel not only over the fate of the> ui" n on trial but of the Jewish coin inuintv, il'elf in th'l.iii'l of the I'll iiu.ili West German Chancellor Pledges Fight Against Bigots B'J.N wss The CiKirdiriat • OUn< ll Ol the Sot letlefor hi i tian u v. i h • oopcration in '• %  mat .i urad tbli week in .i communication from in official in ihe Federal Chaneelafr) that Gen Cham tllat l>r Koa i ."i \>it urn i 11. i %  111 > condemni on Semitic I ndencti aad id ii will tdu all eonatitntional and political lepi within nil power m ili i and anti .'-wish abbcrations." Tto? res tonexftd a&d --i aanaed J*wm r I wO* near BoeOr %  freas here • • k deed JWB Will Continue Operation of German Center Th* Je na v> ..;..% B e^n tk i detoerc ha rem ed a new l< >m i:'.f (a aaqfcjaaced h#r bj • • din>e<-r >i the cea* • '• nal h*doa'Jfc :.Ne York voted recently la approj.I funds to aaaiatajn the renter during 1955 Th* lrestb-hoar move <.ved the center harb •*> icheduled F>*cemb*-r Asnaenazis Hold First Elections in Twenty Years ISTASBI L JTA I •*o decades, the A-hkenazi BBBOttl in this cit> held elt^for a nine member bod> to adrr. UM Ashkenazi s>na <*w ;fare institu The reawm for the delay be a'he Turkish l*| •iirnun.il e|^i. • miaaaM of i grant '*nl) si.me 20 •h2400 A-hkenazi Jr. in •• be polls Orthodox Extremists Post Signs Calling for Aid LONDON JTAi — A rah of Lfned b| the ( nmmittee for tiki Defenaa >f CMbodox Jeva and the \. t ir. i Karta' have ap peared in Iy>ndon streets during ;ia-i few day. The placards <;:ll for the as-istanee of Ihe Jews of the world against the Israel authontiewho the N'eturei Karta POaten laid blo<-k the campaign of Orthodox elements m btOal to prevent desecration of the Sab bath Dorothy Thompson Appears In Anti Israel Address WASHINGTON (WNS. — The evolu'ion of Nrael 'was not com patible with what was humane or even democratic. it was declared here b> IKtrothy Th'trnpson who charged that Israel .imply robbed the Arabs of their properties." Forum for the VK-IOUanti Israel outburst was a meeting of the American Friends of Ihe Middle Kat.t attended ti\ many government %  OJaBJ Brazilian Jews lose Citizenship by Court Ruling RIO Dl JANKIRO (JTAi Bra zilian Ji'Ws living in l-r.el in llS2. when the I-rael i iti/erishlp law was prtrtlainted, who dul nol reJOCi the automatic Israel citizenship con ferred in that law have lost their lira/ilian citizenship, the Joatka l)"-|t.irtment rulad hare 'his .,i Rabbi Ohrenstein Again Sentenced to Prison Term Ml \l< If WNS, A pi, un I'i in -il mi. ) .-.,r was Impoaod here on Dr Aron Oonrnatein, %  uapaoded 1 bit! Rabbi of Havana, following conviction here on retrial on i of hat Ing made frandMlenl certification claims ol victims oi Nazism. COISMITIII DITIDEID declared at the rateoJ$%. compounded semi-annually and credited to Chase Federal savings account koUL DICEMIEI Ittl Happy tiding! for thrifty families who entruft their savings to Chase Federal where their money earns more money with insured safety. If you are not sharing in this dividend, we invite you to share in the next by opening an account at any of our 3 convenient offices. rlRUU RflllKil: An uninterrupted 21\ car record of highest semi-annual dividends commensurate with safety. nsimii SAFETY: Maximum safety of funds thro uH etpa> enced management, large reserves ind insurance of accounts up to $10,000 by an instiumentalm of the U. S. (jovernment AVAILABILITY •F FIJI EXTRA Vour funds in Chase Federal Savings are non-tpeculative. nonfluctuating, and available when needed. BUMS Deposits made by th< 10th of an v month will atarr earning from the 1st. Mil 1INC01N RD 74M COLLINS AVENUE 42S 4IU STREET ui "fAVORITI STORY" SMMINC ADOLPHE MCNJOU MOHDAY 9 so t M wrvy, CM*



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    PAGE 8 B >Jewisi>nor**on Mrs. Abraham Goodman Goodmans Visit In Miami Area Mr and Mrs Abraham i formerlj of Miami Beach and ni w residents oi New York City, itii i" and Mrs Morris man, 118 West l>i Lido dr. I %  • %  i • National Council In Tercentenary Affair January 5 T reejitenar) celebration will be held bj members of UM National Council "i Jewish Women when the Miami and Miami Beach divi sions iiurt a< a com oup luncheon, VYednesdaj n >on, Jan .V .it the t !olon) 11 rtauranl Mi Man Sorotta rhe F imilj Album." v ill be presented in costume through .1 life-sue picture frame ng Jewish contributioi %  I, Vmerica dui mi lh< ; •' MO \. an The playlet ill be directed bj Mrs Ben Lond. Cast will Include the Mesdames Julius Saperstein, Richard Goldjn, d Mat ris, Jack I 8am Ri -ii. k. William Undner and Ben Lond MrJoseph Duntoi is T< arj chairman In chargi ol res rvations will be MrRuth Guthman and Mr11. Hold Zeeman Mrs Hi l| a E tson, director of rommunlt) relations oi the Miami Public Library, *ill ''•' ~ i "'"' "' honor She will b> presei ted with copies ol Adventures in I dom b) Oscar Handlin, and Jews Settle in N<•* Amsterdam," by nal Grand, for distribution to library branches throughout the ^^4^^lJ H, 1 *w i! ....... r Miami %  i Jew ish \ | l>i\ ision iti l Mr ii Irii.ii: has -> ni d irei f thi Z Vmerica %  committee lei Miami Jew i • • %  .ii.i lli'-| • : l in ti • M ill be the annual dinner dance at ~ p m in Vi i \ : sand* r Mrs Sidne) Lefcourt i hairmen Proceeds will fur ther social welfare community ram and cont Inuam i "i 'he hlm" >"•""' Sidnej Schwartz. I'hilip Warshaw, Meyer Baskind, In ing Ratni r I Harrj v isl Ii ssah the World n .it Bash Sw itzei with her husband Imans reside .it Ml < '• n %  W st in New York < itj Hapoel Hamizrachi Slates Meeting at Strath Haven M ; Beach "I li held %  meeting at the hotel Hosts for the eve%  •' Mr and MrI Spoltl r Topic i'i discussion, led bj .\ .1 Gittelson ol the North Shore r was Conflict ol I ullures in Israel Tod ifficers hi> will keep their posts for thi %  II i Rabbi \i Horovitz, n ZM Bt cultural chairman; Sam Schachno In asun • Mr/ Bai pn cor i• spoi ecrel rj MrM Ho .. recording secretary Mrs. Narot in Review Monday, Jan 3, Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold regular Kaplan Hail at 1 p m Mrs Sidney Weintraub, program will introduce Mr who will review the book, Li \ %  iKt. i n.il. J>\ li ADL Workshop Slates Human Relations Affair Anti-Defamation League work shop will IKpresented b) members oi thf Miami ( hapter ol B'mu H nth Women at .1 chapter program on Thursday, J.m tj. at the home oi MrRobert Cole 2131 SW Jl-t ter Program will be win with a brunch al 11 am Current problemin human relations, awell .1educational programming for the furtherance of democratic group understanding, will be discu t ii> chapter mem ben Members of the work-hop who will lead the discussion ire Mrs Dottie Mintzer, MrThelma Han kin, MiReggii Gladstom and Mrs Esther Sptegelman Mr Newl) elected president of Beth Israel Congregation ..Mrs laasssra Friedman Other officers named at a reHilda Latarus 1p resi dent cent election meeting include the oi the 1 'hapter. and MrDorothy Mesdames Leon Cooke, vice presiCJA Retail Merchants Division comprises the "ground-gaining team" who will 0 pping zones in Miami during the current 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal. Camrwin ch man Sam J. Heiman (iront row center) shows scope of neighborhood coverage on Dade Co ^ map. The gjoup held its first organizational meeting at home of retail and zone councilcWl man Artie Kravitz. Shown (left to right) front row are M. J. Kopelowitz, Lou Suchman KrmJ Irving Saal, Heiman, Oscar Zeltzer, Bill Hechler, Barry Goiserman and Abe Kurrnan" R row (left to right) are Fred Sandier, Bill Gladstone. Mac Lubin, Sam Suchman, Bill Weimrauh, Jack Rabinovitz. Jack Schwartz. Mortie Bederman, Bernard Lieberman, Sam Lubin and Chan* Stahl. Gordon is West Flagler Kennel Ch General Manager The appointment of Stoat I don. long time Miamiaa manager of Weal Flagler Kei Club, Miami greyhound %  SCCt, has heen announced I president 1 Ilecht Along with the report of don\ appointment. Hccht that Laurence Leveneao, vict 1 ident and director of Wed ler and well known Miami M ne>. also will take an active | in the management of the tnd.j Both Gordon and livensooi I nephews of Jacob Shcr, who 1 • remain with the club as mai 1 director. Gordon has been associated 1 West Flagler for more than decades, having received his 1 in the niutuel department bad! the early thirties On his up climb at West flagler. served in virtually every ment of the track down lh the yearDuring thipast I Youth Welfare Committee oi North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith, presents its annual holiday party to the children ol St. Joseph's Villa and the American Children's Home. Miami. Pictured with boys attending the party are (back row. left to right) Sister Mary Albert. St. Joseph's Villa; Leo Steinman, Youth Welfare chairman. North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Ann B. Joyce, director. American Children's Home; and Herbert Linnick. who served as host for the party aboard his boat, the Sholom III. Beth Israel Sisterhood Has Officer Election Waldman's to Hold Hew Year's Ire Senices Because New Year's Kve falls on the Sabbath, Waldman's hotel, formerly the Lord Tarleton. will f a n. Gordon directed the new Vehon 1publicity chairman. Israelite Center Meeting Israelite ("enter will hold 1 regular meeting on Tuesda) Jan 4 Charles fidelman will preside dent. Adolf Kratish treasurer: and Joseph Zemel. corresponding secretary Membership tea of the organi/a tion will be held at the home of MrKrati-h. 42 Post ave on Jan 12. hold special religions services on fnday The hotel's Garden Koom syna gjOgjM will remain open most of the evening, with services conducted by Rabbi Joseph Waldman, owner Assisting will be his sonin law, ltalibi Murray Berkowitz following the senice, a buffet for hotel guest> will be held in the Jolson Room Weekly Breokfosf Meetings Held by local CJA Planners |", ,'„" wmTerToi our • %  struct ion program at the club, pervising changes and additf which have given West Flagjerf new look and have turned 1 track into one of the after* beauty spothere "Many of the country's Stake and Darby champion^ been assembled at West (or our new meet." Cordon ••We feel too that the changes in the Ph> s, 1 j ,r of the plant, have added to the track and w'H We. kly breakfast meetings of season." the Initi.il (.ifts Division, 1955 j .Combined Jewish Appeal, are bej Ing held each Sunday morning at tin Sans Souci hotel, it has been announced bv chairman Carl Weinkle The group 1developing planfor the inaugural giftdinner on Sunday evening, Jan lei, at the! font.unebleau hotel. The tradi-' tmnal function launehes local CJA fund rai-ing eventThe inaugural dinner in past years have raised over S500.00U annualh ^* A Oxford School students shown at a party prior to their vacation. Seated (left to right; are Gail Posner. Baltimore and Miami Beach; Larry Chason. Miami Beach; Steve Posnei. Baltimore end Miami Beach; Anny Ashbach. New York, editor of the school paper. Second row are Dorothy Sulzer, Caracas. Venezuela; Mrs. Harriet Yedlin. faculty; Sandra Burstein, Wisconsin Cantor Brummer in Concert Miami Beaeh Recreation Depart I ment this week announced final and Miami Beach; Kathy Cassel, Danny Cassel. Thomas Casee'l. Miami Beach. Bernard Blum, concert by Cantor Philip_H. Bruro Stamford. Conn., and Miss Luellen Dearinger. Indiana, resident counselor. Standing (left to > n wr "' Tem P ,e r-ghu are Major Nat Pollack; Louisa Blum. Sta miord. Donald Swartz. faculty; Lloyd Madan' M ,a !" each C c Emanu-El. at the 1 1 mami neaen Community Center | Stephen Blum. Mami Beach; Kalvm Sokol. Miami; Leonard HolmanV^ < Jrutn^r'^-di'fcrture eajeSaal consin; Kenneth Sylk, Philadelphia; Martin Mechlowitz. Miami Beach; Louis Stamoa. faculty; 1 fror end Louis A. Cassel, Dean ol Oxford. Holiday refreshments were served by hosts Rabbi and ,.„d secular music. Hy Fried is acMrs. Abraham M. Cassel, directors. Icompanist. We***""



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    w y DECEMBER 31. 1954 *JmffftJfcrtflwj L EGAL NOTICE CSl UNDER FICTITIOUS "• TlC NAME LAW MHKKKB* OIVEN engage I" fflra Intend. I *. IH.. County, Hot n H\ffKi n nRADSKT. i • "r\.„i, pn mt>. ,';,'.. u ,.I;\I..-KV. iw 111 r rrl.i.Ki: Mil FICTITIOUS LfKB W HEREBY OIVEN thai .:,,,, ,,,.,, ni in engage In LSSMSS t he rictniourf nai "SSnl Reach Fl • In" "•' %  • ,„ the Clerk ,., ,-ouil % %  < %  % %  %  VKI.MAI: REALTY CORP .,. i Klrsuei. Preeldi m [th' %  iila LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDER PTCTITIOUS N*MF LAW \< ITICE IS HEREBY lilVI i li. unce reigned, desiring to engage M n l< r (he rn in,. .IIi M VHTERS I Wtltli s A ISI lili IRH, .ii iM I KM II i, III i • i K name with thi ..r i be 'i' ill Court ol 11. florid Ji >HEPH M IHTKRH, Hole Owner HAROLD KTRI'MPK Ml.., n. I .. \|.|.li. .ml s. ) i...Id Hldg i: i: .' i %  .: l i ; "THE' C OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. flRlOA. IN PROBATB. 581 ORDER NO 34197-X ESTATE %  iK IRANK > HDRKRTH. •!• %  • .i'I riTlo.N ol Blanch* H nina on lo be heard before wiring lo the I purt I s Roberta, huanand ol from P.i.i, na.i. Ihe place '.f hi* laal rillUK lb€ Hrilli.ll Ol I"' ... than eeven > eai lati ol -.mi Petition, l ;.!. %  .111.1 II In • In c |a ih. i 'OUII lh.it said IVll i i.. Mini, i lo the ...i m hei ivtition • re di nl known lo !>•• pig TI1KRKI Pi -' t iRDERBT) ip for hi iht iih day "i I 11:01 \ M It Wh eh time lence i om ernol Hi* MI|I,I the clrcumal %  ItTHKIt ORDERED thai i n .i : %  !!..• Ida. "in •• I ecUtlVl heat Inc. I Ith day of %  w r BLAN P ON p.• • Ml. IPT %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH K Ih HERKRV GIVEN thai the undei algned %  ., ngagi In hualm a* mull i Hi. rum i. HIname of KINO'S TOYH .ii ; \ VV "th Ave. North Miami, Kim i nti nd i. i n.mi., with Ihe i '!• iu .if iht' I'ir. uit Oourl 1.1 l %  < !I'ounty i-i %  for King • i... SI > mpia Ulrlg.. Miami. Florida II i;-:•!-.;i i 7 MOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i rilVEN thai • HI;. iK.i" %  II CENTER, Drive, Miami, | with it"* %  l %  \ \ 11 %  U I' \\ IS liV BEL'TEL SI ;'. luila Llit Mr) R| I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |H HEREHY IIIVEN lhal th. underatgned, .|.-i rut i...i, IIIIKIIH-Hiiii.ii I the ftrtltli WATER It B \ T i: l: H ERV1C E BI'REAt', nl M10 S.W .'ih si. Intend* lo reglati M nan • %  M lih Ihe I'lt-i k ..f the 'ir. ull i % %  II t %  .r l lade Count). ii.ii. RALEIOH W ITER HEATER MrU. CO. Silt. M tISKI. Ml..III.-\ f..| Applli 111 Shin, himi BMg 11/14-11 — 1 7-14 ..f the Mi. I |. %  %  ..I illIN COUNTY JUDGE ', n • %  DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,.,. No 'W I.I. i ST \TI: dr VNTHo.VV H NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ICE nd i* •-l.il. nl AS I'lli.W \| ,jtSA •-•I. .ilnl IK., i •A I HI. r, i || I I.I.I. i ount). I i %  aid no I n uoi I un Il.ni... II i ANTHl INV MA Tin .., M Mill: M MYRRH, HKIMAN KAP I fill I -. -:lv • IM.I.I Bldg .M... 1 7 %  : i : I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^" NAME LAW NOTICE KHKHKBI mvi • E Z FINISHED PI. I '.' W, L'Ttli %  Kin Id I -.nl. ..inii i I. Ml'RRAY KL'BIN, DAVHl DRI'CKEH M i .. 7m Congi. Mi. III I 12 in i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ./ % %  ft LAW LEGAL NOTICE HA A.I' | KAII 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KEB1 filVEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW BTICE IS IIKHKIIY OIVEN thai ii n i, %  II-.T .1 encage "• n lir ihi. rii'lltloua name .f IOPICAL i: \.-KI: r II i. .Not Inc.), N j.ni \v. Intend! to reg> %  .ni... u ith the "lech ol the 1 .nun) Florida. SIDNEY .MARKS RAO \l;s V|.I'll. ..lit L W rUgler St, 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |h HEREHY OIVEN thai Ike unit. 11 Igm .1 i.ii-in. .in.I.i the RRUADV* AY It \i: il W02 \ W I7ih At enue, M... M ntend %  aid nami < I l.-ik ..f the i "h • uit • '.mi t .it I i.. Kloi %  %  • li i|l.\ KJ '\ Ai IK, HENRY M f'AfN MI.. 11.. v for Appl %  M an i, l 1-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< ITII "E IHEREHY IIIVEN ll ll %  ... IL 1 .1 b lalnewi under Cll \I:I.I:S .| i \I:T MOTOR III el N M i Street, M nl Vf with the Clei i 'I'lint y, Kloi I.IM CHARLEX I HTEINHOLP Rd., N.. .i i \i: r STEINt %  'i.i' Rd .\. Miami, I la \i.i:i:i: r I. ROSEN Attorni old 12 21-JI t 7-11 %  IIIMI.I.I) n Rfl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NflTICK is HKRKBY IIIVEN I ige ler the I • ,.,,,. %  ARVER ll'i.Mi; ..\\ NEKS PLAN %  '. • %  I : iu ih th • • ol Ihe i 'hoult I'.IUI t of I'. i : Ida HI I:I. \i .-in CK N til .1.1 ..M l.\ ,v (JI il.l.STKIN %  "' %  W. I %  -i Mian i I H IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 31B87-B ', i i n|RM.I.I.wi M'HKRl R Deo, P Tl C i„ 0F INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE s lTl1 '.. I h i Riven thai t have d rej nd uetli m for i i h %  irge ... ul WII.I.IWI SCHERER, dl ,| th.il II the i nt ti da] of l i to the ll.iiiIXK B IHIWIJNO. County '•'" ',' Florida, f-.r I MI ,,ii.i for ..i ..r the *ot WILLIAM SCHERBR. de>. i., • i""i %  J' 1 l ,','. :l '" SCHKRER, Ex. fl-;li~. HKIMAN KAII.AN itor eyhoM Bids Miami, Fl.i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  nnra NAN, E LAW I' 1 ,s HEREBY OIVEN that IT' %  M to engage In 'ii name of 'Ll, MIAMI BEACH. ..t 1113 •cton AM \| ,,, ii.-.u-h. Inm ti. regiater raid name with the m, noridi" u '" u 1 "' %  <{io &*n lt ,'!V. YAN W1N1P L, fffi I"' Applicant I I R *d l-M-ll i 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi i: IS UKBKKY tilVE.N Hi H the 'in.!, rail Ing to engagi In li %  WESTERN HHoR REPAIR .v lRY CLEANING ..i i.JII S VV, Ith Strei I, MUmi. I li.riil.i, mi. nd lo Mid name nh thi • i. rh of Clt rult Court "f I'..'i. County, KI la HA Ml'El. K ARKAMB Bl'OENE TANNENBAVM Mi..in. \ f..r Ramuel E. Abrama : — 1/7-14 /oV CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN 'h;it th.un.h i-imi. .I rtearrlng to nncage In hualneaa under Ihe fli i un name %  •! COPY CR \KT. it 111 N W %  < Intend i" reglatei ..nl name nh the i'l-ik of the I'I'I m Court of Dada •'. .urn>. I OROE TRENCHER PHILIP I'Kl.l'M tN 7-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34150-A In iti I:ST \TI: I IF .HI.M s II KAHAN I '• • i To All i• :., %  %  I i %  I' Inc i 'I.i 111.^ T I • %  You, and each • and demanda a either • %  < you, ma) havi ..f .111.MS II KAHAN '". %  i ii n i Eooanuui and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni | .-i i!AK IHI.I., at Ull N w %  %  KAN -HEI. INl' I IN \ K \ / RICHARD KKIKOER KINK < %  IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32364-A RE EfTATK "K .-AMI EL -' SILVERM VN, %  • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \. ii .. it 1 ha >i i In.ii ; Irlx •'AMI EL S. Sll.v t M IN di %  -• .I and that I M ill appl) the II JuilgeK of 1 > %  .• rI nal d I %  %  SAMI Kl. .-. SII.VBRM W. 'I SARA SILVERM VN MYERS, HKIMAN & KAII.AN \ | %  I \ : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS VE UAW N'llTIi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I-' HEREHY OIVEN ll li name I v.MKS ind i r STORES, Ave., ML I i %  iil.Kll BERNARD HI'T ..lit %  ^LE T V H E E NT C H R 5u U DTc?AL U, clRrUlV"N fa N A F N 0 CH D A A NC E ER C Y OLNT N0 F L 7i4 A 0 N*KT^VALLMAN, ,-2 I, I2/M-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Milli-r IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  i. i %  toned, di h In* to en hualnefta undi r Ihe fli lltloua name of Mull IWK TELEVISION A KAI'I". .it 1117 Siinsvt Drive, Coral llaolee. Kla Intenda In regl name itli II.. 'in ourt "t IiuehCounty, H-Tidrt MARRY SHAPIRO, owner BERICK, SHAPIRO A I KlEI' Attorney for Applicant MO Kun oln i: i 12/24-31 l .-it ^_ EVF E vT C i RCUlT COURT OF THI 0Bm. TH .. J UD !C'AlCIRCUIT Ol .ml name nh the leric of the Circuit Court of Bade Lounty. MARTIN 1 LEBENEART, Bole owner ALLEN 11 sTi'i.AR AOorney lor Applicant 69RX Abbott Avjs.. Miami llea. ri 12/17-24-31 1/7 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  %  %  ELStill.N K %  IANT %  • \l \'.\"1N EXl II. \ N I' 1: 11 Attorne> for Kpplli ant Rd 12 24-31 %  will be barred Date December -. V.D DAVHl RIK\A Exi K.i-t Will and Teatament "f DAVID MEYER ed. IJEOROE CHERTEOP I i 12.10-17-2 1-31 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. ->3640 In Ri '''" HENRY HCHECHTKR. P NOTICE TO CREDITORS and All Pi Ing • 'liinioi i ii %  i HENRY HI i HI II •''i %  %  iiendar nionthn front Ihe date %  %  • will IH barred Sei the 1943 Probali J Date l '• %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY %  %  Mian llei 1 .-, tt'KINBLATT DM AN %  \NNIE M I > Cl'R NOTICE' BY PUBLICATION INN1E M CCRTIS. CCRTISS DURESS I'NKNl Y4 %  \ i-., -. I. RH teen, -' % %  .' %  -. n lain .ni-. cla li ng %  %  and fo nefei other. 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    IV, DECEMBER 31. 1954 >epper to Speak It North Shore LLr Florida Senator Claude IJW.U highlight an Israel proTsundav night, Jan. 2. at the 2k sEre Jewish Center. PepiVd5us> "Isr-l. 1955." Wappearins on the program in conjunction with Stephen Btdassah will be Moses I'lSf 11.1"" g n(eid noted Englishauthpr. I meiall) arranged musical -mm has been planned, accord, { 0 Sheldon l.lchuk. president the Nor" 1 Snore zi,,nist Dis Cantor Maurice Mamchcs. Beth David Synagogue, will be of the musical portion Rabbi Mayer AbI fan present awards -to C winner of the recent essay and I content conducted by the North LeZionM District lor students Hh,. North Shore Jewish Center llieiuiischool. |Abe Gittleson. principal. Irving alom. faculty member and Merely of the District, and Lelchuk 111 judge the winners. Prizes will (presented bj Dr. and Mrs. Ben Lfkerbraun federation Tells |l,350,OOO Goal Continued from Page 1 A Igency is to receive 60 percent. "At the beginning of 1955. aner great problem faces the of Israel—the difficult situate of the Jews of North Africa, ch paing day makes it plain kt the time has come for Israel [find mom for another large imgration." Heiman revealed. "The ople 11 l>rael are keenly aware 1st uhat is vital in the situation [not that these men, women and fcldni come from a backward -but that once more there Jewish lives to be preserved, that time is of the essence." It was explained by campaign liciaN that the I'nited Jewish peal, through its agencies, has I a national goal for 1955 totaling 1,521.275 In the nation-wide fnt to secure the goal, the CoinJewish Appeal of Greater •mi ithe first federated camfoi to launch its annual fund king effort. rWe must meet and even over(kscribe this goal if we are to the growing needs of Greater ami institutions and Israel's pnomy." said Heiman. He also plained that the aged, the sick, Uth and families in our own cam(inity are served 365 days a year Federation agencies. Heiman has asked for 3,000 vol|te*r workers from all parts of it County to enroll in the cru1 campaign to save lives and to *ngthen the Jewish community. |major allocation will be made in 1955 campaign to the civic de**e or protective agencies which Tihat anti-Semitism and build Her community relations ughout the country. These fwies include Joint Defense Ap^ 'Anti Defamation League of fwi B'rith and American Jewish Mttet), American Jewish ConJewish Labor Committee. ish War Veterans and National ^k"UUkr**lari Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian, is guest of honor this month at functions held by local organizations marking her birthday. Mrs. Cohen, who came here in 1901, has been receiving numerous congratulatory messages for her role in the development of the Greater Miami Jewish and general community. Community Relations Advisory Council. Total number of agencies included in the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal are as follow-: LOCAL—Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewish Home for the Aged. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, JSSB Refugee Program and Vocational Department. Mt. Sinai Hospital and National Council of Jewish Women. ISRAEL—American Friends Hebrew University, American Committee Weizmann Institute. American Technion Society. American Fund Israel Institute. Ezras Torah. Hadassah. HIAS. National Commit tee Labor Israel and Pioneer Women's Organization. SERVICE AND CULTURAL— American Association for Jewish Education. American Jewish Hist. Society, American Jewish Tercentenary, Local Tercentenary Committee, B'nai B'rith Youth Service Appeal. Histadruth Ivrith of America, Jewish O c c u pational Council, Jewish Publication Society of America. Leo N. Levi Mem. Hospital. National Jewish Welfare Board and Yiddish Scientific Institute. RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL — Dropsie College. Hebrew Teachers Training School for Girls. Hebrew Theological College Chicago, Jewish Teachers Seminary. Mesifta Tifereth Jerusalem. Mirrer Yeshiva. National Council Beth Ja cob, Ner Israel Rabbinical College. Rabbi Chaim Berlin, Rabbi Israel Meyer HAC, Rabbi Jacob Joseph School, Rabbinical College Telshe. Synagogue Council of America. Torah Umesorah, Union American Hebrew Congregation — JDt-HUC, United Lubavitcher Y e s hivoth. Yavne Hebrew Theological Seminary, Yeshiva Chachmey Lublin and Yeshiva Torah Vodaath. CIVIC DEFENSE — American Jewish Congress. Jewish Labor Committee. Jewish War Veterans. JDA (ADL and AJ Committee) and National Community Religious Ad visorv Council Births "nt births in the Greater Mi%  mi area nc lune the following: Jeffrey Philip. -„n ,, Mr and "; Natnan ( vnamon, 1880 sw s.rv,,, Bennett, -on of Mr, and *ri Aaron Herts :uw sw uth -t Mitchell, -on or Mr. and MrMdnej Deutsch, 6500 SW 45tl %  Ben Samuel, -on of Mr and Mrs Howard Schwartz, urnm sw ngth ave ,. ** l n %  Mr md Mrenkrantz, 707 Anastasia Lonnie M i ..„, ,,, Mr ;,„,, U .lo. 427 SW 4th ave Francina daughter of Mr and MiNathan Oherferst, 1320 SW -iili -i Gloria Bettj daughter of Mr and MrFrank Greenberi 931 SW nth ave. Joyce Kuth. daughter oi Mr. and MrRoj Seibert, 6327 SW 15th -t. Robin i;> th di tighter of Mr and Mrs Graham Fried, 3340 sw leth In Barbara Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Irwin Hellman, 680 East [ 6 2nd st. Mark Jeff rev ton of Mr. and MrRobert Newman. 6845 SW 69th ter. Jeffrey Stuart, son of Mr. and Mr-. Stanley Goldblatt, 1081 NE 1161st ter. Susan Lee, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Murray Gottlieb, 1943 NE j 177th st. Ivan King, son of Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Chan. 1720 Cleveland rd. Laura Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I'hilip Stern, 1710 Daytonia rd. Nancy Ellen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Klein, 1523 Meridian ave. .lay Michael, son of Mr. and Mr-. Karl Rubenstein. 20 East 13th st. Craig. son of Mr. and Mrs David Dorfman. 3077 NW 33rd st. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs Maury Siiverman. 220 NW 97th st. Harry Jay. son of Mr. and MrSydney Siskind, 14800 South Bis! cayne River dr. Debra Ann. daughter of Mr. and %  M rs. Donald A runs, Hainlin dr. PAGE 3 A Junior Chamber Lists Co-Chairmen Max B. Kogen, president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of | Commerce, has announced the appointment of Kenneth Laurence, local photographer, and Philip J Taylor. Beach stationery salesman, as co-chairmen of the forthcoming MiMiami Beach Pageant of 1955 The contest, sponsored annually by the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, is to be held during February at a Miami Beach hotel to be designated shortly. The winner, to be picked from a field of approximately 18 contestants, will represent the city of Miami Beach in the state finals of the Miss Florida Pageant at Winter Haven next spring. The winner of the Miss Florida Pageant will represent the State of Florida in the official Miss America Pageant in [Atlantic City. Holder of the 1954 Miss Miami Beach title iMiEsther Clair, of I Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Heldman. of 500 16th st., Miami Beach, originally of Cleveland, O., were guests of honor at a reception marking their 50th anniversary Tuesday evening in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman, Granada blvd.. Coral Gables. Shown cutting the cake, the Heldmans, who came here in 1947, began their celebration with the presentation last Saturday of an historic 350year-old Torah to Temple Emanu-El. The Torah was brought to this country by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel C. Rosenbaum, of Albuguerque, N.M., who came here for the occasion. Also present at the reception were Mrs. Myer | Ushkon, a daughter, of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosenbaum and family, grandchildren and great grandchildren, of Denver, Colo.; and grandsons Arthur Rosenbaum, Albuquerque, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I. Rosenbaum, Cleve-. land. I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SI ITICE IK HEREBY OTVEN that %  !' %  ii: I, desiring to fll^aKf in -under the fictitious Mini <.f UD> s SANDWICH HHOP, at II .\ i: l-t Ai. Au.~l.-i Blda 1 ., .Miami. nti nda t" resistor th,Hid name with the I'li-rk nf the circuit Court of bade County, Florida UOODY8 RESTAURANT CORP. By Irwin K.,--. President Attest: Hairy Rosen, Hecretarj ii W:I:Y Zl'KERNICK Attoi n. i for Aw'ii. .mi 1*0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Hi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in he fictitious name* % %  ( LEE BA1I SHOP; LEE'S LI'GGAGE SHOP; LEE'S LEATHER** .-' LEE'S HANDBAGS; LEE'H BAGS A IKWELRY LEES HANDBAGS AND l.rCCAC.K, LEE'S HANDBAGS • LEATHERGODDS; LEE'S LUGGAGE \\l' LEATHERGOODS, al 411 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Inl,.„,l aald name with Hie Clerk of the i ircult Ooui t ol I MUM Florida, BEN PALZsfAN LEE SAI.ZMAN i 'o-partnei GEORGE I TALIANOFF, EaJ, Attorne) for Applli ants IM Lincoln l{,,ail. Miami Beach. Flail SI 1 T-li-'l LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA 4 No. 32343.B J RE; ESTATE OF ^ MMltitis RICHTER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby liven that I have filer! my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate ..f MORRIS RICHTER, deceaaed; and thai on the 2lst day of January, 1963, will apply in the Honorable PRANK I! DOWLING, County Judge ,,f Dade County, F'lorida. for approval of said final report and for final discharge ss AdministratrU of the Estate ol MORRIS Kk.'HTER, doceased This :'!'th tlav of Decemlier, ltS4. SYLVIA RICHTER, Administratrix of the F>tata of Morris Richu-r, I >.-, eased. I. R. MAYERS i Attorney 'or Administratrix II II — I 7-14-11 I dM .MM-I Illi! % %  > % %  %  -.! .... U LISTEN TO DR. HERMAN SEIDEL Notienol Cliairmon Psalf Zien ana Chairman Notional Board •f Histadrut I Dr. Seid'ef will appear Sunday M Schachter's Jewish Hour I Hoard between 11:30 a.m. I 2 p.m. OVER STATION WMBM 800 on Your Dial —-I'M'' "CHILDREN'TCAMP INFORMATION SERVICE I J ASSETS 'c-HtLOREN'of rX'ppy".^^.. .0J U .d c.mp .,.. There "P-AY^BA^NTTV-'UP'TO JANUARY 5h. PHONE^-141, A FT ;= V ^34,Tw,.t SS.h ^J^Vor**^*. %  *'* %  ^Sponsors of Ivael. enroll-d at a Sponsors of Jrael teo' ^ ^he ^ [•to. receive Sponsor, pin. from Mrs. Anna W oil Hu^fenan, chomn ^ ^ ^ th "J Selig. chairman of th* women's division. Israel Bond., too ^ Minties *feme. Selig. Hinchman. CharU-i Fruchtman Ceha Landy. ^ ^ M dar nes Cordin. Ann Hahn. David Denn.r and Alex S"^ 0 ^n. Edythe M. Lipkm, Ben r" d. Hirech Meyer. Carrie Sapiro. Minnie Kerman. l*ah VMt \J^ m % %  |' a ^Ms.mandC^k,Ks,hn. ; — r AN APOLOGY To all our members and friends who, because ol the overflow otfendonce of the Fontainebleau Hotel, could not gain admission to the mass initiation of the Philip Klutznick Class r of new -"*> %  ~ B'nai B'rith Members H.I SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL OF B'NAI B'RITH W MEN AND WOMEN



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    PAGE 10 B >g#sf >flrg**jjyL Academy Women Fete Life Members Ht'brew Academy Women Wed Deaday welcomed new member*, .il .111 annual membership meeting held in the Tides hotel Mrs Sidney Rubinowrtx, president, inducted new members and introduced Mrs Itcnj.imm Appel. Life Member of the organisation All Life Members were honored by Mrs. Appel in a special cere mony included t h • Meadames lJlith Brenner. Pauline C.rund wer. Ida Appel. Rose Genet, Ethel Cohen, Clara Mason, Pauline chill. Bessie Mai low Hannah Rubin, Rose Fields, Fannie Glosser, K-iher Provus, Frances Rubin, Frances Makovsky, Rachel Sakowitz, Rose Kliman, K w Kogan, Fannie Broad, Rose Moston ami Sylvia S Rose Mi> Louis Makovsky, eulogized departed Lite Members MrEva Osheroff, first Academ) Women's president, and MrRose Ritter. wliii was a vice president and charier member "i Hebrew Academj Women. Program also featured a Cha nuka presentation bj tcademj students under the direction of i Miriam Donnerstag, music director Rabhi Akivah Chill, of Congre gation Beth Jacob, addressed the I oup Progress on the annual pictorial journal was reported bj Merman Eisenberg, executive director Mrs Alexander S Gross w.iprogram chairman OhituarioN Meyer Lutsky. lather ol Mr. Sol M Leslie, of 3114 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, passed awaj Decent ber 23rd m Atlanta Georgia In torment took place la Mneon, Gem gla In addition to Mr Leslie, other survivors are Ben Leslie Irvm l.es lie and MrKnul Wohl "I Atlanta Grandchildren surviving -ire shar on Ann Leslie, David Leslie, Hod nej .md Johnnj Leslie David Granat, 52, died on Friday, Dec 4 He resided at S1S1 SW 23rd st Miami A resident here for the past Hi years Mi Granat originally came from Men York: City He was past chancellor ol the \. a York Post of Knights "i Pythias, as well as a charter member ol the Miami Beach Post An active member ol the Israel tte (enter for the past five years, he held the office ol Hr-t \ ice pre-idcnt lor three years Mr Granat isurvived bj his wife. Barbara, and three -on-. Bobby, Dick] and Bill) Me aNo leaves two brothers and one s^ter Interment took place ,'t Mount Sinai Cemetery In Miami. Judge Herin to Speak Judge William A Menu will be guest speaker at the weekl) luncheon meeting ol Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'nth on Januar) 4 in the Dl Lido hotel Subject ol hitalk i"The Judiciary Post Auxiliary Slates Proceeds for Palsied Mrs Mitchell Reiner, president ot the Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish \\ .it Veterans North Short Post, announced a card party on Saturday \' ning, Dec 4 8:13 p.m at the n hotel Chairman Mr.:., k Pritl n port ed that all pi • e !'>r \Ictims of 1 'i the Home I %  in Perrine A.ssi • th< committee were the Mi-d.,m. 1 ,i>, Koch Frii Pardo Gussie Phillips Martha ( rown .inil Irma Ehrenn ich Brcwn Unveiling 1 he tion of a nv >n • 'ii. memor) ol th< lati Barnett -Mi. formerly : 2282 SHI 15th si will take plai %  Sunda] Jan 2. I ML N< with H ibbi s i Swirskj officiating Mr Brown isurvived b) his wit,' Gussie, and oni tei Mi Mary An in l Thurmond Monument 1 mpanj Frien lives an asked l Simovitch Unveiling The dedication of s monument to the memory of the late Ronald Simovitch, form, ::( \\\ 65th ave., will take place Sunda) Jan 2. 2 p m at Ml Sinai Memo rial Park Cemeterj with Rabbi Simon April officiating Mr Simovitch is survived by three sonMaurice and Alex, of Miami, and Donald, of Chicago; three djuuh ten, MrEdward Merlin and Miss Edith Simovitch, of Miami, and MrB Herxon, of Chicago; and seven grandchildren A r r augments are in charge of Palmer Miami Monument Company Friends and relativeare asked to attend. HARRY GOLIN : v.| i '. H dli %  I %  • I l Ii a* \ recldrni ol M • nil f-" %  u ... hf ., i' ti on, \|.,h,,n. > I'll) i .. when h< sraa ,t v ., in, ti l>. %  -( INI Ii l-r-.nl •ti year*. Hi ..i.i ,.f Uw I-,. • iii%  ., i ,. .i .,. \ i. In ad llr wi • i of II n.ii I : llli ZiunlH i limitation of \-i.:..i II I |Uai I r %  %  i>l \ • .HI Legion Mi ilollfi by hi* • I..I Ml • :: S'.ie He .,!%  Interim nt t,H.k %  • i LEWIS GREEN .. ,.f JjiNi |i > k*n.ii, Miami t '.'. %  h, %  Iii ,M'. ..HI,. .1 SUM I\ .i. -. %  Moll • J ol '. .. H. \\ i ., I • %  Bout h Kht-t Ml and ) % %  nanf ol \. Vork %  I A dauaht**) i !l l<-1, ol s. %  i ... k Mi i ;•.. n ii id in, a MI %  %  %  %  llomi Ml %  m i nt* DR JACOB S ESKiN W 'III "1 .'. ., Inalon, i .i • id i ludlna Un r Miami %  -. w i I,, i.l •,.• i %  MAX BERNSTEIN 'olllnr Hi %  I %  Mi %  ANNA LASSMAN %  .1 ., .ii %  %  %  'i tiki III, ran i rrvldi |nt, VAX SMITH S'K iSi • il %  < II \ IV .-.I Mi i %  \. i \l I H i.., i %  %  itaucbli Ml %  • %  % %  %  %  ,,,.,,, Mm Mas la-' "• xl '• Kin. k, and Mi Mar JIM • i ••' %  %  v. ... larvlii I,. i.i m H %  '"o.. i. i Ik-nth, uii i al In !*• MRS ANNIE ROSENriELD Kl IIK. Minn I and Hairs, both ol .s. > or* i hrolhi • • .i .Inn lal too* I -I-'-In Nr> Mi i %  • haoM, VI • • | -" "> MRS ELLA MILLER \\ .• %  naton .,• kl i • %  died I' i, -,!.•> Sh l-.n-IWn -m-. ', iH.th of Miami Hi Mi• I, M" Roti na and : .. \ .-. i. ..ii. ,.l i X im I • a tl i nd, Mill • II and n ,, i,i „ ...,.• i„ 1,1 In l; Mr mo %  lal I %  'i.iv -I Miami MAX FRIEDMAN n ., ,ni..i rlothli loi who .-. ,, v.-w Turk -• veil das -II i %  • %  ... %  11. i|r< i bi in. a Ifr. I'--". 'I "•"• \i ,1,1,. a Sea To k. two dauahlj ,,i,i two I,i, ,ili. •. HVrvli • %  and Ii o* |>l in N"- Tin-* n nli lln, %  Idi Mi '• '" il I" Ml. I, ,M harce of I I arrangeBENJAMIN ALPERN i'.i. \ i .i..,inii dr Miami i:. ,i. >,. ., realdem % %  %  %  • a %  eai dli i Sunda) Kurvlvlna re inwife, i'.-• i,.i i,. dauathtera, Mm Marlam in n. lUrhmond, V and lira MI..I I.I Koaenato, k Pi tei Rhurs < %  md ."ii. Ralph, of PeterabuM Herv,..,• held in Rival nlde Memorial Miami ii%  '• li MRS. BESSIE ROBINSON • 111 r>.n ,i i. ,!.• il I i, 14 Sill in.,i. Inrhide hei hueband Sam. io da MThlei M' I lai i aj w-'lk and Mr. Taaale Raakln bolh of Miami ., bl nthi I ; %  "'' II -i-'ir II ir .,1 look place In Kui • %  ( David Memorial Par* M LOUIS MOSS TI. ,.f : ,i \ i: 3 ii,i -• pa--• 'i awaj i in ;, |n ..i hoapil ,i sni i i\.-,l in in. -on. Kidney, nnc daturhtar. Mm, \I !.|i. .1 *i i -11 I.i.,, i,,. A i one utaler, Anne M Welnbecfc !(••rnaJni were xeni to Datroll fan %  ,i mi. iin. HI i.i Miami i(iii-i %  Ida SOLOMON MURAVCHICK ••.i ..r :.T'. \v .mil si Miami Baai h, I,I !..l hotel "Hi i"l r*aldeft lin-e for ihr |,HI IS i'.ir>. died 1W IS M. Muravehk-k, who cam* here fiorn llrooklyn. la curvlvad b f""r Kona, K and M Mlam Hi %  h and Mi', ol Si a Toi iand to Mi tlcrti Idi LkcbowlU, Ml,mil lleaeh, n,l Mrs It.-.I I : .. i* Ij n Mm IMI look plai 1.1. H.„I,I, nlth H ..-i.i. Miami li.-,h i im .,i ii II I'hai• in S^DECEMBE KUxiniin.l I in.,,n Ion ?" *. •aTaS MOSES LEVY I i (W til it. %  i. aidant ..f 'in foi Iii, anal feai ., 1 1 ... 11 s..i vli-ea wan hi M I aide M .inn • ii.i|,i I i n, i, ii Ml KH >IIU i-ii He .,. ., Irlothlna plore OWIMI Mi Uevj wu 11 vi id Lithuania He • nil. i i i II> -"iii*. Ueon .mil Ben .i HI. and in ,. -.-I.I -. MI.. mil Mi Mlnnli Ruaen i ,,nix. IM.UI ,,f MMnn ABRAHAM HOROWITZ i M i N i: lath -i paaai ,i ,,n ,,i \\ I :r, .1 |,.< -~.-,i awa) I'. I", at her i • -1 i, II .ii ii ,-,i 1,1 [hfera Mil i niik, I i -i %  : Hi ill • M A'l.i.Ki %  .i III.OI Mil '"Ii oiii.i -;, I. i ,oi i I ': I" %  U lllloll • ,"• %  i in I.I i,. threi hroihn Ml Hi. ridde In. ntn| 'r^55. itabb) loiaoh t Rt MS Michigm ArtVail Miami Batch Phoaa J.JSM I'STfN TO DR. HERMAN SEIDEL Notional Chairman Peele Zion un4 Choirmon Notional tooro 1 of Mutodrul I Or. 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    PAGE 4 A tJenUtiihrtcAaf J^E^KEMBEJ 31.1 Published every Friday tine* 127 by the Jewish Flondian at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida Entered at second-clan ma'ter July 4. 1*30, at the Post Off ice "of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S. 'i7* The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National EditeVial Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Ben Duffy, appointed recently by President Eisenhower as general chairman of Brother-! hood Week, is now remindinq the country that the national observance will be mcrrked from Feb. 20 to 27. This year's theme is "One Nation Under God." All of which reminds us that Brotherhood Week provides an excellent opportunity for respite from the many cares that beset the sensitive-minded. Day after day. we are brought face to face with the unfortunate activities of racists and hate groups among us, as well as in nations throughout the world. The recent Congressional report on NeoFascist individuals and organizations in America certainly emphasizes the degree to which they have grown in significance to capture the minds of the unaware and to peddle their subversive ideology to the ill-informed. Press reports from Europe are little more heartening in this regard. Advancing antiSemitic sentiments in Germany, the liquidation of "cosmopolitan" groups in the communistdominated totalitarian countries and recent racial and religious upheavals in North Africa all bespeak a worldwide disturbance that sets man against man. National Brotherhood Week represents a concerted effort on the part of the American people to remember their common history on the soil of this democratic continent. "One Nation Under God" redefines the concept of a unified society workinq toward the common good. We are happy that Mr. Duffy has made his announcement this early; it tends to mitigate for us the often unhappy feeling that men sometimes forget they are all brothers. Ilr. Ilorman SriilVI The parade of outstanding national figures continues to make its impression on our local scene with the arrival here for the first time in an official capacity of Dr. Herman Seidel. Dr. Seidel, who will be in Miami this weekend, is national chairman of Poale Zion and chairman of the national board of Histadrut. In addition. Dr. Seidel is regarded as one of the outstanding American specialists in the field of geriatrics. Dr. Seidel's scientific and cultural achievements are universally recognized, and his unselfish devotion to the causes with which he has for so many years been identified have brought him great acclaim. ^ TUrriheaelTj^redjMKelat^lkalurure Dr. Seidel's presence among us is gratifying of fruitful achievement far the Chicago coogreand we we lcom e this distiaqvisbed visitor to gatioo into whose pulpit Babbi Meecheloff will oar eornmtmitw.be i a so sl ls J Jcnr -§. Ilabbi M's4li'lff The Greater Miami community which has received so much of his untiring sffort and devotion, wishes Rabbi Moses Mescheloff success in his new pulpit. Rabbi Mescheloff has accepted the position of spiritual leader of Congregation West Rogers Park in Chicago. HI. We axe certain he will endear himself to the hearts of Chicagoans in the same manner as he did here. Rabbi Mescheloff was a tireless worker, bringing his knowledge and leadership to numerous Miami religious, philanthropic and civic activities. mental liberties — no deliberate step was taken until now t I .ixists on similar.terms. In its recent appearance in Miami, the House I'n-Amerk ties Committee made scant reference to thiequal danger.*' chairman was guilty of an inexcusable juridical offensethose i served the hearings will recall Mr. Velde's telling a go nest that he believed completely in the veracity o| his te Rep. Doyle (D.-Cal). during the course ol on. his numerous called for addresses to the court and the radio audience, did miul dicate that Fascist and hate organization^ constitute a threat t' A ican democracy. Unfortunately, the tone ol hiremark has L through to the inocuous if well-meaning preliminary report F1 committee has come up with little more than a recomroesdetam Those who will defend the report by arguing that invest committees have as their exclusive function inquiry for the pur advising Congress on needed legislation fall into their oei trap i the Velde and McCarthy groups were much more than reran' agents. The former's disastrous if not generally noticed slip | typical of the type of virtual prosecution in which both COIL engaged throughout the nation for many years m the course oft communist detection. None of this will to succeed as prosecutor —i when that will was beyond their stated power imanifest a House Committee "Report on Neo-Fastist and Hate Groups,' • see* THERE ALSO is a phenomenon in the report which must i subsequent and seemingly logical execution a virtual impossibility.] fight against communism is a continuing battle waged for the | of outrooting from among us an alien philosophy Tinprimary j behind our own revolution was the desire fur %  frei eeonosni in by tree men. The mythos ol this ideology is thuan inherent | the American consciousness and can in no way be rationalized! communist concepts based on a totally controlled society. brand of racism in our midst which logically finditcounter] European Fascism is not a newly-imported social and economic I Typical types of hate manifestation with which we are univers, quamted find their taproots spreading back to the earliest American civilization. Any effort aimed at implementing the House Committees report would thus meet with an indigenous lype of oppositia ruthlessly and faithles ly masks its subversive intent banner of an unaware and certainly outraged Christianity and, icanism. Cases in point are the very individuals and organs which the report denounces as dangerous to our way of life include the anti Semitic National Renaissance Party and Condel tej publication. "Common Sense." McGinley haa -trangetnil rant background. In 1946. he published a four-page newspaper I "Think Weekly" and had as his goal "to educate people ato I munism really is" During the life of this sheet his attacks oaj munist activity carefully interspersed as many Jewi-h names, them as possible. A year later, he changed the name of the publication to "C Sense." Its columns since then have been open to leading anti-S publicists and demagogues, among them such personalities as I H. Williams. Ron Gostick and Marilyn Allen Williams, a steadyl tributor. was relieved by the government of his Majors Resentr mission and discharged under Sec. X "for the good of the Residing at Santa Ana. Cal.. he is the publisher ol Knot Your El which besmirches the reputations and careers oi high IS olfk attributes the difficulty of the times to commum-t Zionist mack • • GOSTICK IS a Canadian demagogue, has frequent!} ap our country as guest speaker at meetings iponsored b> (it-raw 1 Smith A prolific pamphleteer. Miss Allen, ol Salt l-ake Otjf made her appearance in "Common Sense" on Febi uarj 1 '"*j ousts supporting and praising the Ku Klux Kl.it. Other McGinley front page columnistincludi i.cneralS Van Home Mosely (ret), who was exposed by the Dies ton -*" 1939 as having attended closed meetings of Fa jt !" Kuhn. German-American "Bundesfuehrer. was present. Sense" tried in June. 1949. to achieve the high point of n in the racist category when McGinley sought to merge his pu B with the organ of the Nationalist Action League In the face 1 certed efforts made by William J. O'Brien, a McGinley rmpi' %  W Henry MacFarland Jr.. head of the League the mer ** r J "Common Sense" continued to voice the opinionol the w • as Fascist by the U.S. Attorney General. An article entitled w| lor Justice." by MacFarland. in the June 15. 1949, issue, pw point. %  One could go on and on. citing the hate bai-kgr..una| ley and his publication: the defense of Robert II Best ( % %  American, newsman who broadcast Nazi propaganda in ^""J^ the war. who was arrested in Austria in 1945 and returned tou States in December, 1946. and who was tried and convicted District Court at Boston for treason and sentenced to m m ment; the defense of William Gerald Bishop, also kB0 "J trte i3 Arnecek or Arneck or Arnick. a native of Austria, who hafl ^ f country illegally, who was deported under a warrant """.a and who was characterized by the Department of Justice ^Jj ous alien;" the characterization of Best as an "' Amor Vif (whose) crime was that he opposed Roosevelt war t^ many and open Europe to Commitnism." the portrait oi issue ef July 13. 1047. as ** clean. Ged-learing t bits* J America ... of the material that heroes are made would die for his country." • • • • • Saaae' read like Allt*J INDIVIDUAL PACES of hste. Publications are earraarksel with the quotation A, Kept Oar of Print." mackia* the slogss of the New ^"V^ Me141. October 1* MM.ha* for its lead rtic, *ir.^-^ %  ntdic Prayer Msfcasg Traitors ; ProperP ^ .^ jjrtrpayi meat religious ceremonies sashes trs*on of ** er / 0 "J. ^Jfc: thee cereswofrs hnoe MS. July 17 MM; **** %  •• *i



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    %  e w w h J E k n d G k w Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY CifME 28 Number 53 PRICE: TEN CENTS ederaton Reveals $1,350,000 CJA Goal For 1955 Jajeord-breaking 1955 ComblnIjewish Appeal campaign goal I $1,350,000 to meet the miniLj, requirements of Jewry in around the world was an[inced late Wednesday by Stan( Myers, president of the eater Miami Jewish Federathanimous approval of the Eta was voiced by more than P community leaders who atfeded the lxiard of governors •fling of Federation at the Al\r> hotel Wednesday night. Recommendation of the amount was set forth by Dr. MornGoodman, chairmaffof the budget committee, which has been conductteg hearings concerned with the specific allocations requested by more than 50 local, national and world-wide institutions Sam J. Heiman, general chairman of the campaign, accepted the goal figure on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal and declared that he was confident "that the Greater Miami community will rally to the call and help at tain the quota. "This campaign goal represents the hare minimum to provide life-savins agencies and in stitutioiu win, h( necessary funds to continue their operations in 1955." Heiman said "Thousands of Jews face the renewed terror of rising anti-Semitism in North Africa. They can be rescued, brought to Israel and n new hope for life m the only democratic country in the Middle Bast "The superhuman feat of miSiation. housing, medical sep h Schwartz to Confer Here itKi Combined Appeal Leaders An international authority on refugee problems. Dr. Schwartz, as director general of JDC, supervised relief and welfare programs in more than 30 countries and involving more than 1.000,000 people. In the course of 12 years overseas, he pcronally conferred with the heads of virtually every country in Europe and with leading statesmen of the Middle Fast and North m "KftsU{fB&Africa... m At the height of World War II he negotiated through neutral emissaries for the rescue of tens of thousands of Jews from Nazi Germany and occupied Europe. After the war. Dr. Schwartz, as overseas chief of JDC. directed the transfer to Israel of more than 500.000 Jews from distressed areas in Europe. North Africa and the Middle East. jds,.| I i Schwartz, execuvicr chairman of the United i,h Appeal and key figure in Inns tin mass migration of >than a half million Jews from j ; nl F.urope to lswill arrive in Miami Beach Ban 5, ii has been announced [ ( Myers, president of [Greater Miami J< wish FeakrSrfrw.!'/ i fp~rrr!i |er with top Combined Jewish leal leaderon current Jewish fa. oversi a> in the Middle I in Israel. will meet with Myers. Sam [ nd chairman of CJA Setters Unit. Carl Weinkle. nan of Initial (lifts. Sam J. Dan, general chairman, and .it .i planning conference on |>day evening, Jan. 6, at the ol Friedland. fter 12 years as head of Euroreliel and rehabilitation pro's for the American Jewish Distribution Committee, Dr. sartz look leave in December, i from his duties as director pal ol that organization to asexecutive responsibility for %  campaign of the United JewTtppeal Syrian Premier Urges Using ime ican jms Aid in War Against Israel, British Report LONDON (JTA) — The Arab an opportunity for self-defense and stales should take American arms | an occasion for war each day," he and use them against Israel, Syrian 'added, asserting that Israel has alPremier Fans el Khoury advocated tacked Syrian villages, rustled Or. Josepfc J. Schwarti in an interview with the Cairo weekly "El Musawwar." which has just arrived here. The Syrian Premier said that the Arab -tales should not "hesitate" to accept the American offer of arms, since the only condition on acceptance is that they will not be used for "aggression." "Let us take these weapons and use them in | self-defense against the Jews." el Khoury insisted. "Israel gives us Arab cattle and diverted the Jordan River. "Let us take American armsand "attack Israel while we can," he conjhhd Party Joe's Business, President Eisenhower Soys Republican Split With McCarthy Mav Push Him to Extreme Risht W .... L. ... f n .n. Ih. •y m the authoritative Washing J-^VSCA'SS p^ he would s„.Maave w, h h m -££-£ achievc contro l the fringe f.roups long actiu on ire convention' Or the edge of American polit.cs-the at the next ^ ^ ^ seph R. Mccanny s >|i..t % %  • • Gerald L K. Smiths the uerara -lection defeat by their ident Eisenhower bring the Senammoiti t „e Merw.n K. Harts and howers_ Conservatjve RepubU tor nearer the anti Semitic I ? | Joscph Kampa." can po i it icians think not. McCarthy might also mobilize a ^. membors of the Sen hwofUmre^geoernb^*; have warned ^mst the antimirals who led the Ten Mill on | c (ia|j(jes of McCarthymovement which sought to stave ^ Anti .se mi tes listed as such by off censure. He would have a hugi mailing list of personal supporters. consisting of people who signed up in the drive for ten million petitioners. Political realis s conMILTON FRIEDMAN JTA WASHINGTON-Will Sen Jo seph R. McCarthy's split with Pres ident Eisenhower bring the Sena tor nearer the anti-Semitic fringe groups? The Washington Post and some Senate Republicans think so. President Eisenhower has said .that the Republican Party is to be a party of "progressive moderates and if the extreme right wing wants to follow McCarthy into a third party "that will have to be their business." Political inside. -BULLETINWASHINGTON (JTA) — The Defense Department late Wednesday said that details concerning the arms furnished by the United States to Iraq will be withheld under a "security blackout." The type, nature and amount of weapons supplied to Iraq will not be made public, a spokesman for the Defense Department said. feel that G.O.P. Congressional ; cede th?t there might emerge unHermcm Seidel, national aanan of Poal* Zion, Wn of th. national !" of Uistadrut and leadI. scientist in the field of ""<*. W ii| vitil Miami w eekend. (See &e2A.) story F fc rVeek's I She* fssue Utter frMi Israel MiMllhl Ss*rts Tsrcsetaeert icrei mat vi.v.. -— o tremists are today more controlled by the President than before This group knows on which side its votes are to be found A good bet is that it will take Mr Eisenhower in 1956 against any alternative McCarthy has to offer If McCarthy leads a splinter movement out oi the.party, he may travel alone Fifteen Republican Senators will be up for re-election in 195*. About half of them voted against McCarthy banner the most extensive coalition of fringe groups in American history. But would all the extremists ism. Anti-Semites listed as such by the Anti-Defamation League emerged among the top leaders of the Ten Million." As McCarthy tinued. "I guarantee to justify our position before the United Nations and the International Court of Justice, too," the Syrian Premier told the correspondent for "El Musawwar." "The important thing." he lectured, "is to possess the means of attack." As for his opinion on how to "settle the Palestine problem," el Khoury declared: "The Palestine problem will not be solved unless Israel returns to the border which is both just and legal. But Israel will not. This means that Israel ought to be made to carry out United Nations decisions, either by the United Nations and that's inline leu m"'••' •—" fought censure, bigots rushed into p^bic because Israel was creatthe fray shouting that their hero | d (he Vnited Nat j 0 ns; or it ,.,s the victim of a Jetrfeheem 1^ ^ compelled t0 d0 so by "'^wyork'newspapermen cover\ force, and that's up to the Arab Continued on Page 2 A armies." By DAVID HOROWITZ AJP ST? of" McCarth I 3" h^S %  "* f "J J however, of the EgyP ; < Jj£ ^ ,„,.,,„,.,, ( inim ,ssion the f Security Presidents great t^JgF^o to to£ the Bat tails Republi placing the negoinsist, as it appears that it return the "condemnation of McCarthy. They are aware the vessel is to be released into of the Mixed Armistice Conn along oil will find itself in a helpless „ ..„ d ^ ,o -a, HKIartrja.>-?ts %  r-ji^.sr ZZTJS. I IK' >l"" % %  .. ,,t (> immediately aer the UN office on his cat tails c,m.. mm cdiately after ine v.cans remember what *H*"* d J n J "Jhe request of laraal. announce 1912 when the las. open conserve|^ u ( ,, lincl me etm tive-progressive split occurred in ";"„, Jan 4. their ranks. Where then would McCarthy J^"^'^^ its latest anlook for support? "Presumably. ,bene im however, isn't as simple as the Egvptians try to make it appear. A big question still remains: Will I he Nasser government allow the I. i felt here, original crew to take the vessel The Cairo regime, it is | !" ^; | biM k vja he Suez Canal, or Will it curity Council says nothing *bout this, and the Israeli delegation, deeply concerned, wants the mat11111-t be decided upon. "The Egyptians, realizing the international implications involved, have to date done everything in their power to evade this particular phase of the problem." an informed spokesman revealed this week. Rat Galim Implications Veiled at United Nations