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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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
VOLUME 29-Number 1
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Ladejinsky Case Embarrasses Agriculture And State Departments
CM Roily Expected to till'Miami Beach Auditorium to Capacity
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Will Address Community! Jhursday^Evening
Th" Jewish community of Great-
er Miami will launch the 1955 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal with a "Com-
munit. Assembly" expected to at-
trtCl 3.000 persons on Thursday.
Jan 13. al 'he Miami Beach Au
ditorium
Campaign leaders and volunteers
will pledge their united effort to
achie\e (he record breaking C'JA
goal el SI 350.000 in the next 0
dayi
According in campaign chairman
Sam .1 Heiman, reserved seats are
now practical!) > \hausted for the
"night nf dedication." First to re-
ceive their special reserved seats
were the volunteer workers who
were active in las) Mai's campaign
and who enrolled again to serve bj
1955 Somi admission seat-
in the balcony are still available, fluential figures to urge partition r
according to Mrs. Louis Glasser. co and creation of the new Jewish
ordinator of the kickoff event State.
"The eager response to our call During the crucial years from
for workers has been amazing and 1938 to 1943. Dr. Silver served U
thrilling." said Heiman. "Everyone national chairman of the United
is anxious to assume some reason- Palestine Appeal and also as ., na-
sibility in this greatest of all cam- \ tional co chairman of the Unite*!
paigns which must succeed to save Jewish Appeal during that period
thousands of lives and strengthen For more than three decades
our Jewish community." be has been spiritual leader of The
Heiman declared that at least Temple in Cleveland. He has writ
3.000 volunteers would be required ,en several works of note including
in 1955 personally to contact the "Religion in the Changing World '
many hundreds of new Jewish resi "The World Crisis and Jewish Sur-
dents and business men who are vival" and moat recent.y, "Vision
now established in this area j and Victory.'' a Collection ol In.
Principal speaker at the CIA u- n,aj(- addres i
sembly will be Rabbi Abba Hillel ._,_-,_ .. .., .,, .
Silver, noted z.onis, leader often A^M'"~ Glasser will ha
.-ailed "America's greatest orator ('ha'rm;,n "f atttendance, M .1
Georqt Intel
. Toastmoitcr General'
Msii featured as a guest speaker
will be Bruce McDaniel. former
Director of the U.S. Foreign Oper
alums Admission fur Economic Aid
to Israel
Rabbi Silver attracted the great-
est audience in Combined Jew ..h
Appeal history three year
when he addressed a mass mi riml;
oi campaigners at the former Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, now
Temple Emanu El As one of the
principal spokesmen for the Amer-
ican Zionist cause in this country,
he served as chairman for a num-
ber of yean of the Amen-an Zion-
| ist Emergency Council and presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of
America.
In 1947, as a delegate of the
Jewish Agency to the United Na-
tions. Dr. Silver expressed strong
ly the Zionist point of view on Pal-
estine and was one of the most in-
Jessel, Dafni are Dinner Guests
Appeal's Initial Gifts Function
Slated for New Fontainebleau
Kopelowitz; chairman of arrangi
Mr- hnu Wi;!.'. eh lirman
Continued on Pag* 11 A
Dulles Promises
To Find Expert
Another Post
Or. Abba Hillel Silver
Congressional Committee Reports
On Anti-Sem'tisn in Soviet Union
WASHINGTON (JTA) Anti were modified: anfi Semitic drives
Semitism in the countries behind are now |r- publicized and better
the Iron Curtain, including the So- concealed from the free world But
viet Union, continues to exist just Jewish communal life remains sup
as it did. prior to Stalin's dca'h. pressed, the belief in a world wad.-
except that it is now better con- Jewish conspiracy continues to be
Dialed from the world, says a re an article of Communit faith, and
port issued here Tuesday by the the persecutions are proceeding as
House of Representatives Select before. In dozens ol trials, now
Committee on Communist Aggrea- conducted secretly, hundreds of
WASHINGTON (JTAl Secre-
tary of Agriculture Kzra Taft Ben-
son late Wednesday told Jewish
organizations that "it was a mis*
' take" on the part of his executive
assistant, Milan l> Smith, to show
reporters a letter received by the
Department from a White Russin
, emigre impugning the loyalty of
American Jews ol Rnii origin.
Me invited the leaders of these
organizations the American Jew-
ish Committee, the Anti-Dcfama-
.' tion League of B'nai B nth and the
i Jewish War Veterans to discuss
I he matter with him personall\
The letter to which Secretary
Benson referred was sent to the
Din.irtm.nl of Agriculture by
White Russian emigre Ceorge N.
Vitt, in connection with the dis-
miss, ii o| w.iii Ladejinsky, agneul-
principnl Zionist tural economist, from his SI 1.000-
a-year |> >-t as ., security risk "
The White Russian emigre applaud-
ed the Department lor dismissing
the Jewish expert and -aid that
many Russian .lews who settled in
the United States had turned out
to be the "worst kind of traitor-
It was this letter 'hat Mr. Smith
gave iii newspapermen in expla-
nation oi the dismissal of Mr. La-
dejinsky, who i~ Russian born and
whi came to this country in 1922.
In his communication to the
three Jewish organizations. Secre-
tary Benson s;ikJ; ] accept no re-
sponsibility far any ol the state-
ments or conclusions in the Vitt
sion.
Jews, former communal leaders as "r atO> other letter received by the
The report, which deals with the well as Communists of Jewish par-
treatment of Jews under Commu- entage. are being tried on the same
nism." stales that the accumulated fake charges of Zionist plots.' "
facts "give a clear answer to those
who succumbed to wishful thinking
and pro-Soviet propaganda, and be-
lieved that the persecution of Jews
would end after Stalin's death. The
Department in connection with the
Ladejinsky matter It was a mis-
take to show the letter to reporters
and by so doing imply the Depart-
ment's approval of the contents."
Meanwhile, support of Mr. La-
The report says that "the Jewish
minority is a special target of Com-
munist persecution because it is
suspected of attachment to the re- dejinsky has come from many
ligious tenets of Judaism and to sides. Secretarv of State John F0t-
persecution of the Jewish minority the humanitarian values of Jewish ter Dulles has pledged that if the
continues even if it is less widely cu|(ur,. and hJNt(>rv we ()f AKncultim. Department does not
advertised and better concealed ,ies of cu|,ura| and emotional soli- take the agronomist back, the State
than in the period just before the darity reaching behind the borders Department will find a place for
dictators death. On the Jewish f the Soviet Empire." him.
front,' as in all other respects, the .------------------------------------------------------------------------- .
aims of the leaders of world Com-
munism remain unchanged and are
pursued as always with methods
George J< >ssel, "Mr. Toast mas -I ica's most gifted after-dinner
ter General" of the U.S.A. and one 'speakers. Jessel has been an active
willt^nncipaU^kVr ^^: I campaigner ,n support of numerous which combin farce with deceit.
augural dinner of the Combined philanthropic and welfare causes, aggression with deception.
Jewish Appeal. Mr. Reuven Dafni.
Consul of Israel in New York and
His deep interest in relief and mili-
tary service programs annually
Director of the Israel Office of In- tak,.s nim on tour throughout the
formation, will also speak. | d duri wmcn
I he initial gifts function, *
traditionally the most important time he appears before hundreds
iundraising event of the campaign, of meetings and groups,
will be held Sunday. Jan. 16. 7 \ co star with such personalities
p.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel as A| Jo,M,n Eddie Cantor, Fanny
Chairman of the event is Carl; ____.
Wrinkle, former campaign chair- Br.ci> and many other Amen an
man. federation president and ; entertainment f gures. Jesse has
prominent leader in Jewish f l" *. *"Ctlon as a dnmMtiC
actor, playwright, movie writer.
; song writer, producer of Broadway
Jessel has recently returned lnllMCa|s and piays, night club en
Irom an intensive visit to Israel (alIu.r radj0 cmodian and film
where he observed all a-peets of ac,r
current problems and engaged in j Dafnj served m the British Arim
everal conferences with top state durjnK world War II and. in 1946.
The report emphasizes that "the
Communist attitude toward the
Jews was not substantially revised
after Stalin's death. Only its forms
Sailors Tell of Beatings in Egyptian Jails
Crew of Bat Galim Home After 94 Days
Of Cairo Government Prison and Torture
officials, including David Ben
Gurion and Meshe Sharett
Acknowledged as one of Amer
in This Week's Issue
At Hm UN Mindlin
aak Mai(i
Caafcinf Satiety
UitariaJ SupaUmtnt
fetal SWrtt Zipria
was a member of the first Haganah
mission to the United St.iti ||,-
eived in the Israel Foreign Oil ice
as press officer and the foreign
office representative in 1951. He
assumed the position of Consul of
Israel in New York in July, 1953
The inangu/al dinner is expect-
ed to attract 600 persons This
group usually sets the pace in ad-
vance gifts in the CJA drive.
TEL AVIV (JTA) The captain
.iihi crew yf the Israel freighter
Bat Galim were home Honda)
weary after 94 days of imprison-
ment in Egyptian jails where they
were beaten, robbed of their per-
sonal possessions and, finallv. set
free in the wilderness of the Gaza
st'in where they were ordered to
walk back to the Israel border, a
considerable distance away.
Just before noon, Sunday, an Is-
rael Army patrol spotted the cap-
tain and his nine sailors, all lired
a'- I h ,, iag iii summer clothes.
shuffling toward the border. An
ammunition carrier was summon
weakened men reached the border,
they were taken aboard.
Zvi Shidlo. captain Of the Bat
cells. After we were taken to
Cairo," Shidlo said. "Our hands
were chained behind our backs,
arid we were beaten at regular in-
tervals in my case, every 15
minutes, in the cases of the men.
about every hour.
Eban Confers With State
Department on Suez Canal
WASHINGTON Ambassador Abba Eban has con-
ferred in the past 48 hours in
Washington with Deputy Under-
secretary of State Robert D. Mur-
phy and Ambassador Leslie K.
raven Dmfni
. brawl Causal
afunro, oi New Zealand on the sub-
Galim, declared on his arrival here Ject of the Israel freighter Bat Oil
that the the Egyptians had Uken im. Ambassador Munrn presided
from him and his sailor, all their at the Security Councils meeting
rings, watches and other valuable.-, on Jan. 4 The Israel Embassy has
including $1,400 in ca-h not revealed the content of these
I "Our men were put in separate talks.


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FRIDAY, IANUARY 7 195s
Dr. Gamoran Slated
To Speak at Bureau
Of Education Affair
Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, director
of the Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation ui the Union ol American
Hebrew Congregations and nation-
ally known educator and lecturer,
will address Ihe board of directors
ui the Bureau oi Jewish Education
on Mondaj evening, Jan, 10, al the
Bureau building.
Dr. Gamoran, who has recently
returned from a six-month lecture
tour ui Israel, will discuss "What
is Riyht and What i> Wrong With
Jewish Education in America."'
iir. Gamoran Ha- been eni
in education since 1914, when he
lire.line educational director of the
Circle ol Jewish children m Amer-
ica. In 1924. he received hi- PhD
degree at Teachers College, Colum-
bia Universitj lie has assumed
outstanding positions in Jewish
and general education until he en-
tered hi- present position, which
he has held since 1923 His name
appear- in "Who's Who in Amer-
ica," and he was cited in 194") for
outstanding achievement in Amer-
ican Jewish education,
The heard meeting will also in-
clude tin' presentation of certifi-
cates to the six Miami candidates
who passed the international He-
brew Jerusalem examination ad-
ministered locally bj the Bureau
of Jewish Education The -i\ can-
didates include Sarah i 'ohen
tor Ben le Keli mer cum laude),
Nina Lazebnik, Cl bman
(cum laude), Samuel Bogelbaum
and Naomi Yanitch, The agenda
will al-o include reports bj Mrs
Glasser on the recent Kith
anniversar> dinner and a r< port bj
Mrs Joseph Duntov on the n
k Month,
Dr. Gamoran will also address a
meeting of the Jewish teachers ol
Greater Miami to be held on Jan
16 at Temple Israel,
ADL Program Set
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Youth to Attend
Leadership Rally
Beginning with a rail)
Tuesday, Jan. io. the B
Branch, Greater Miami Jewixh
Community Center, and the Youi
Adult Jewish Council ol South
Florida iil launch its "Opi i
\l 0 E project, a leadership I
--inn for young adult-
Adopting Ihe theme ol "Making
i trganizations Effective," the i
eil hope- to bring to members ol
it- constituent bodies a knowledge
oi the techniques and methods
which will make their or
lions function successfully.
Public ri lations, programi
leadership techniques, community
service, and practical application
ui these theories will be tin > -
tent el Ihe institute. Promi
lay and ; ommunity
vi ..1 lead th'
institute.
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'ioneer Women
Ian Schedule
The Talpiot Farm (or Agricul
iral Research will receive the pro-
eds from the wedding anniver-
dinner Mrs. William Malmuth
planning for Club II when they
I honor Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
okspan on Saturday evening.
1. 8 in Harfenist restaurant. Can- ]
Bernard Kelemer will enter
, anti Mrs. Mania Shubow, cul- i
nil chairman, will read original
rti>
Contest Winners Cited i Dinner to Feature Tercentenary Theme
Essay on Theodore Herzl by San-1 "Saga t,. Three Hundred Yean of
dra Schaps, student at the North | Jewish Settlement,'' a musical
Shore Jewish Center religious dramatization, depicting highlights
school, was the winning entry in of Jewish history in America.-will
the "Modern Maccabee" contest | be presented by the 60 voice thor
author of the cantata, and Miriam
Donnerstag, Academy musical di-
rector.
Mrs. Gersbon Miller, dramatic*
director, will be in charge of the
complete program.
sponsored by the North Shore Zi-
onist District last Sunday.
Two imaginative pictures, one ,i
painting of a Menorah by Gail Kol-
lin and the other a portrait of two
modern Israeli Maccabees by Judy
Klinger tied for second place.
Judges Sheldon Lelchuk. presi
dent of the District, Irving Shalom.
which is now being celebrated
'.hioughout thi' country.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, revealed this week that the
presentation will portray lu.ougii
song, musk and dance the contri-
i buttons ol the Jewish people to the
j democratic way ol life suit' their
arrival in New Amsterdam in ti ict will have a luncheon at the
lgs< Raleigh hotel on Wednesday, Jan.
Report from Israel
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
i secretary and faculty member of
further recognition of Talpiot ; ,he hch(to]i and Abraham 3. C.ittel
for Agricultural Research. ^_ priric,pa,, aW8ra>d third prize
Louis Beckerman present m Karen Mfchaelson for an orlg
unced that Club I has pledged jna, m on the contest-s tneme
roceeds from their third an-_____________________
banquet to go to this new | ., _. ,
sity research center. The af-! Beth David Sisterhood
us of (be Hebrew Academy ;it its
WVi nth annual dinner Feb (i m
the DiLulo hotel
B. I. Binacr, president of th;-
Academy, stated that this year'i
function, expected to attract morel Original musical compositions 12. Philip Salmon i- chairman, and
than 000 gWSta, will be dedicated for the script have been arranged Chart** H Lee will read an Israel
to American Jewish Tercentenary by Jack Donnerstag. theorist and news report.
nil be at the Hotel Astor on
iy evening. Jan. 16.
seeds of Golda Myerson
Slates Member Luncheon
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
, its annual member-bring-a-member
s dessert-card party wW also ,unchcon at (hc home of Mrs. Har-
r the Talpiot Farm. Mrs. Son- 220, ^^ Miamj ave
,bb.ns .President. as,listed by ; J Jan noon
Rose Marks, plans this party j CommMee in charge o[ arrange-
rhursday nponjan. 13 a Wa are ,ne Mes.
IS cafeteria. 200 E. Flagler ft. damcs Gordon HmU Ka,z Frank
when Kadimah Chapter A Rose, Richard Herold. Edward
ers and their friends partake \ Gordon. Ida Hartz, Max Bergman,
fsmorgasbord dinner, planned Homer Rievman, Bert Sher and
Irs. Ida Meyers and Mrs. Fred Max Handshu.
|er for Sunday evening, Jan.
Beth David Auditorium, they
vill pool their ptoceeWs fdr
t Farm. Assisting with the
hements are the Mesdames
| Blacker, Max Fishman. K.
in, Ada Jacobson. Rose
If, Moses Meyer, Ann Bisgeier.
fRoduh and Harry' Stone. Mrs.
Goldman and Mrs. Albert
er are cooking up some sur-
i entertainment for this event.
Dance Due Sunday
Masada Miami Beach Young
Adult Zionist District will present
its first dance of the new year, on
Snday night. Jan. 9, in the Terrace
room of the Seagull hotel. Miss
Marcella Waldstein is chairman of
the affair. Assisting Miss Waldstein
are Marilyn Sanders, Sybil Kaplan.
Sam Soldinger, Harriet Shure. Lil-
Harold Shapiro, Kadimah lian Bans. Jerry Miller, president
1
*r study group chairman, is
1 the second meeting for this
BTseries of discussions on the
)e "Life in Israel Today" at the
of Mrs. Leo Goldman. 2895
th ave.. for Tuesday evening,
11. Papers on language, lit-
re and journalism will be pre-
by the Mesdames Shapiro,
| Meyer, Albert Berson, Cele
Band Albert Shkolcr.
Hj>bi Max Shapiro, former Beth
spiritual leader, who recent-
ui ned to Miami following a
through South America and
, will be guest speaker at the
ah Chapter meeting Thurs-
vening. Jan. 13. at the Miami
Golda Myerson Club will
at Beth El Auditorium on
iy evening. Jan. 11.
of the district and Gil Rappaport.
iphony Group fo Meet
he first public meeting of the
|ter Miami Symphony Orches-
Society will be held Wednesday
Ding. Jan 12. at the Miami Pub-
[ Library. A committee of 50
been formed, pledged to the
lopment of a professional sym-
orchestra with a top-ranking
Jductor for this area. Arnold
fenfield. 180 Palm ave.. Palm
chairman pro-tern and at-
ney for the group, has secured
charter for the Society.
IneMan Show
[Continuing through Jan 24. the
jdio Craft Shop. Coconut Grove,
II have a one-man show of paint-
igs by Dave Young. This exhibit
shown through the courtetsy of
ivetxoff Gallery, Boston,* Mass.
Yiddisher Forum
Resumes Here
Der Yiddisher Forum, sponsored
by the Greater Miami Yivo Com-
mittee, resumes its seasonal activ-
ity on Saturday evening. Jan. 8. and
thereafter will meet every Satur-
day evening at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation.
This year's series of lectures will
be devoted partly to the social, cul-
tural, industrial and economic 300
year-old history of Jews in the
l'nited~States, Yivo officials re-
vealed. Mordecai Strigler opens
the series Saturday with a talk on
'The Jewish Messianic Movement
and Contemporary Thought."
Strigler was born and educated
in Poland. During the war he was
imprisoned in concentration camps
in Poland and Germany. After his
liberation, he became editor of a
daily paper in Paris. He has been
making his home in this country
since and is literary editor of the
"Yiddish Kemfer."
Strigler will be followed at com-
ing forums by such prominent
speakers as Jacob Leschinsky,
economist; Dr. Alexander Mukdoni,
journalist and dramatic critie: Pro-
fessor I. Yaffa, agronomist; Lebush
Lehrer, psychologist and educator.
A reception will be given for
Strigler on Friday evening. Jan.
7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Lesowoder, 8900 Irving ave, Miami
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;sah Chapters Plan Varied Events;
Shaloma Group to Hear Col. Dunbaugh
,
la Group of Hadassah will
regular monthly meeting
Hty, Jan 10, 1 p.m at Hi
Kiditorinm
ink M Dunbaugh, Florida
irni;m for American As-
I (pf United Nations, will
ft"How Can We Stop Com-
through the United Na-
ions?"
Hnbaugh teaches advertis-
H University of Miami and
. delegate to World Con
eneva, Switzerland.
Waldman is president
Next!
|>us Git
Monday
lar meeting of Mt. Sco-
of Hadassah will be on
jernoon, Jan. 10, at Beth
DavicT legation. Program has
beenj Eg<' lugcne Friedman, which
a report on vocational
iy Mrs Abraham Levi-
meeting of Menorah
adassah will take place
al Gables Jewish Cen-
jnday afternoon, 1:15
.mils Goldman, chapter
for the Medical Cen-
featured speaker.
|S Wise Group of Hadas-
sah esi;;n.itr its meeting in
the 1 I Carlo hotel on Monday
St 1 m a- "Kye Hank Day,"
and k Morris Lcncer, chapter
chair I will be main speaker.
Ella
will
day, Jan.
Schebera?
hotel.
er, 11-year-old singer,
t a musical program.
II be a regular meeting
ta Szold Group at the
[otel on Monday. Jan. 10,
Ottihe Rosenberg, pres-
unced that the meeting
ht "Eye Bank Day."

roup of Hadassah will
gular meeting on Mon-
at 12:30 p.m., at the
room of the Algiers
plans for the Naomi "Panorama of
Fashion" to be held on Jan. 17 at
the Algiers hotel will be dlsctuaed
by Mrs. Don W. Stuart, fund rais-
ing vice president.
The Naomi Group of Hadassah
held a cocktail party for some 100
ladies at the home of Mrs. D. L.
Rosenhouse, 1501 NW 14 st., on
Jan. 6. A musical comedy. "Winnie
Wins the Walkathon," was present-
ed. Mrs. Arthur Hershbein, mem-
bership vice president was in
charge of arrangements.

On Wednesday evening. Jan. 12.
there will be a meeting of I. R.
Goodman Group of Hadassah at
the Ritz Plaza hotel. Mrs. Alfred
Karg, president, announced.
Highlight will be vocational edu-
cation, of which Miss Martha Fabri-
cant is committee chairman, and a
skit will be presented entitled, "A
School Comes to Dalia."
Participating are Miss Martha
Fabricant, Miss Lucille Fogelson,
Miss Frances Allen and Mrs. Jack
Waif.
Mrs. Morris Alpert, recently re-
turned from abroad, will give a
talk on conditions in Israel.
Fields Will Host
First Donor Lunch
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields, well-
known owners and restauranteurs
for more than two decades in the
Miami area, will be hosts to the
first donor luncheon of the He-
brew Academy Women.
First in a series of affairs plan-
ned during the next few month, the
luncheon will be held Tuesday,
Jan 11, in the dining room of Tem-
ple Emanu-FI.
Prominent in communal affairs
and known for their work for serv-
icemen, the couple are personally
sponsoring and assuming all costs
for the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs.
Fields are life members of the
Hebrew Academy.
According to Mrs. Sidney Ru-
binowitz, president, more than 200
workers in behalf of the Academy's
annual pictorial journal are expect-
ed to attend. The program will fea-
ture Sid Kamin. singer-pianist, cur-
rently appearing at the Zodiac
room of the Delano hotel.
Mrs. Fields, widely known for
her pioneering work in philan-
thropic and educational causes, is
a founder of Temple Emanu-EI,
Beth David religious school and
the Jewish Home for the Aged and
helped organize Hebrew Academy-
Women when the Academy was
founded seven years ago.
Two of the Fields' grandchildren
Adrienne and Ronald Deblinger,
daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. ami Mrs. harry Fields
Miami Beach,
stu-
dents at the Academy.
Murrav Deblinger,
arc second and fourth grade
up of Hadassah will
onthly dessert meeting
nto hotel. Monday noon.
s. Irving Lehrman. who
turned from Israel, will
speaker. Mrs. Edward
and Mrs. Jerome Good-
In charge of arrangements.
GroUp of Hadassah will
hold I regular Monday evening
at Howard Johnson's res
1100 Biscayne blvd. Dr.
>^p II, Blumenthal. pscholo-
address the group. Final
t Winners Will
:ed at Gables
uncement was made this
^- Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of
al Gables Jewish Center, of
awards in the chanuka
ecorations contest held for
of the Center. Committee
the homes reported the fol-
winners. who will receive
awards at Friday night
..nd Mrs. Charles Finkcl-
815 Catalonia ave., Mr. and
Victor Levine. 55 SW 1st rd.;
tnd Mrs. Charles Betkerman,
|SW 5th st.; Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
Baskin, 1819 Ferdinand st.;
Mr. and Mrs. Emphraim Gale,
1 Aiicona ave.
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THE CANTORS' CHOICE
iiinah Chapter
stalls Officers
pnah Chapter will conduct its
installation of officers on Sat-
evening, Jan 8. at the Scot-
[Rite Temple. 471 NW rd st
be installed as worthy matron
Irs Ben Baskin. Mr. Samuel
on is worthy patron.
then include Mrs. Walter Falk.
ciate matron; Henry Green-
. associate patron; Mrs. Ed-
Cooper, secretary; Mrs. Ce-
Dickler, treasurer; Mrs. Wal-
Cohn, conductress; and Mr.
p Friedman, sentinel.
In Nancye Rickard, past grand
llron of Florida Order of the
>tern Star, will conduct the cere-
pm Mrs Henry Rabin, past
Iron of the chapter, has arrang-
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Je*HtIhrMton
PAGE 7 A
Gli
brow Wears Rose Point Lace-
's; Carries White Satin Bible
Dec 23. mi the date
Iss Renee Bobrow for
to Jerome Arkin Miss
e diiuijhier of Mr and
obrow, 2211 SW 24th
pn's parents are the
in of New York. The
fceremony took place
Dome hotel. Rabbi Si-
ifficiated at an altar
Hth a bridal arch of
>las. chrysanthemums,
Da.
fd Swanko Trio offered
|uptial melodies. Jay
est man. and Sheldon
Einil Scher ushered.
vas Leonard Bobrow,
bride
Driage bv her father. ]
Peart;
or veil
Medvin
(lirope
ip will take newly-
Ind lira. Philip David
irope. They will re-
|i to live
Mary Iris Marks and
Sxchan^-d their vows
Tuesday in Temple
Joseph R Narot of
eception followed in
B7.I hotel.
fart ivory satin and
The bouffant skirt
back in a cathedral-
sequin tiara topped
re silk illusion. She
ft orchids and valley
Ellis Hammock was
nor for her sister. I
daughters "f Mr. and J
rk~ 5030 North Bay-
ther daughter, Di
beth Hurst, Miss El-
kss Seda Khoyan and j
sion cousin "f the
ere bridesmaid*.
Pamela Norris, eou-
Levin, Schwartz
Tour State; Will
Live on Beach
Sunday, Dec. 26, was the date
choxti by Miss Marilyn I-evin for
her marriage to Seymour Schwartz.
Tho bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis T. Levin, Baltimore,
Md
The groom's parents arc Mr and
Mr- Harold Schwartz. 1281 Lenox
ave Miami Beach. The afternoon
ceremonv took place at Torah Tern
pie. and Rabbis Abraham and
Louis C.issell officiated. Best man
was Walter W. Levine.
For her weddinu, the bride chose
a ballerina gown of white nylon net
and lace. The gown was made with
a demi jacket of lace. Her elbow
length veil of French illusion was
held in place l>\ a lace Juliet cap.
She carried a white satin bridal i
Bible, centered with two white '
[Twins Turn Seven
Shore Club hotel was the setting
Sunday for a birthday party for
seven-year-old twins Madelynne
and Barbara Berlin. The Berlins
are winter residents of New York.

LADY WISHES TO SHARE HER
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
WITH SAME for the season. Centrally
located. All conveniences S300.
124S Pennsylvania Ave., Apartment 14
or Manager.
POSITION WANTED
as Companion Housekeeper
Koher Cooking
Good References
Call 5-1739

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bride, appeared in white
|-hrd in peacock blue. An-
isin, Michael Norris was
rer.
sdney Medvin. brother of
legroom, from Patchogue.
. was best man. They are
cf Mrs. Freda Medvin. 941
ave.. and the late Abra-
Jvin.
ing at the wedding were
Imont. cousin of the bride-
ratchogue: Reidlin J. Cobb,
I the bride. Glendale. Cal.;
f' Marks, brother of the
nbert E. Norris, Jr., cousin
t ::de. Edmonson S. Couric,
Arnold I. Scher.
kride is a senior at the Uni-
|t-f Miami. \hc bridegroom,
uved his LLB degree from
l. u> a practicing attorney.
the bride chose a gown of rose
point lace and tulle. Her three-tier-
ed veil of French illusion fell from
headpiece of handclipped lace'
outlined in seedpearls. She carried
a white satin bridal Bible centered
with two white orchids and shower-
ed with starlight rose.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jay
I.e.ban. sister of the bride, attired
in an iceblue tulle gown made with
all over miniature nifties and high-
lighted by a large sHkrose. It was
the same gown worn by the bride
when she served as maul ol honor
for lu-r sister year ago.
Miss Beatrice Arkin. sister of
mm. was made ol honor and
wore rose tulle Mdesmaida Judy
Berman and Charlotte Solomon
wore pink and blue tulle All at
lendanta earned heartshaped tans
of golden nugget roses. Mrs. Bo-
brow, mother of the bride, chose
flamingo chiffon with crystal drop
design and silver winged orchid.
Mr- Arkin. mother of the groom,
wore pale blue p dished satin and
white orchid corsage. Mrs. Sam
Kurland. and Mrs. William Bo-
brow, maternal and paternal grand-
mothers of th'? bride, chose pur-
ple orchid co> sages.
A reception and dinner-dance fol-
lowed the ceremony. Table decora-
tions were of white and soft-pink
flowers. Floral decorations were
designed by the Blachstone Flower
Shops
Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kurland and Mr.
and Mrs. William Bobrow. Newark,
N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Leshan, sis-
ter and brother-in-law Of the bride,
from Philadelphia; Miss Beatrice
Arkin, sister of the groom from
New York; Mr. and Mrs. I. Honig-
man. aunt and uncle of the groom
from Detroit. Mich ; Mrs. B. Rich-
man and Irving Arkin. aunt and
uncle of the groom.'both from New
York.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
High School, where *>he was a
member of Cisum, honbrary music
club, and the mixed chorus of the
school. The groom graduated from
Stuyvesant High School in New
York and attended C.C.N.Y. and
Brooklyn Law School.
I'pon completion of a wedding
trip to New York and Nassau, the
newlyweds will reside in Miami.
uauroiu a-Vli <:
Mrs. Seymour Schwarfi
orchids and showered with ste-
hanotis
Matron of honor. Mrs. Sheila
Hecker. chose an aqua net bal-
lerina and carried a colonial bou-
quet of shellpink carnations and
sweetheart rose-
Mrs. Levin, mother of the bride,
wore French blue lace, and Mrs.
Schwartz, mother of the groom, was
attired in orchid silk brocade de-
signed with rhinestones. Both
chose silver tinted orchid corsages.
A buffet dance followed the cere-
mony at Torah Temple. Floral de-
signs were arranged by the Black-
stone Flower Shops.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Greenberg, Mrs.
Milton Heneson and daughter and
Mrs Milton Kaplan, all from Bal-
timore, Mrs. Harriet Klein, New
York, and- Mrs. Fanny Holzman.
formerly of Miami Beach
The bride is a graduate of For
est Park High School in Baltimore
The groom attended Miami
Beach High School and is a gradu-
ate in law and accounting wf the
University of Miami
, Upon completion of a honey-
moon trip by motor through Flor
ida, the newlyweds will reside at
1535 Lenox ave.
Mrs. ftrty tlkin
Klkins at Home
After January 1(>
Mr. and Mrs Perry Elkin travel- j
ed to New York on their wedding
trip, following their marriage Sat- j
urday. Rabbi Morris Skop officiat-
ed at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony in
the Algiers hotel.
The bride is the former Sandra ;
Helena Wengerhoff. daughter of;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Publicker. 5910
SW 9th st. Mr. Elkin is the son of
Mrs. Sarah Elkin, 901 Pennsyl
vania ave Miami Beach, and the
late Abraham Elkin.
Waltz-length dress of the bride
was of silk taffeta with a sequin-
trimmed collar. Rhinestone tiara
held her four-tiered veil and she
carried two white orchids on a
| Bible.
Mis. I.e.lev Lipp was the bride's
onl] attendant She wore pale pink
silk shantung and carried a cas-
cade bouquet of pink roass,
Jack Elkin was best man for his
brother.
Reception and dinner at the ho
t I followed the ceremony.
The couple will live at o!3t) Hue
Vendome, Normandy Isle, Miami
Beach. Th<-y will be at home af-
ter Jan. 16.
MAKE EXTRA MONEY
ADDRESS, MAIL POSTCARDS spare time
every week. BIC0, 143 BE IMONT,
BEIMONT, MASS.
LOCAL BUSINESSMAN
UNENCUMBERED, WISHES TO MEET NICE
JEWISH LADY, under 40, heifht 5'3",
references exchanged. Mr. S., Box
2973, Miami IS.
MALE a. FEMALE
HELP WANTED
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and appointments in the heart of
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have an opening on the staff for an
outstanding counsellor, male or
female upwards of 28 yrs. of age.
who would also be able to serve m
the capacity of representative m
the Miami area. This is An excel-
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any. organization and community
interest. to E. W.. Box 2973.
Miami 18.
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Room kVor Rent
LOVELY ROOM TWIN BEDS for de-
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downtown. No. 4 and Coral Cables
but pass the door. Phone 9-1216.
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160 Club Installs Ben Zion Ginsburg
sbur
reau
president
Board

Ginsburg. Miami Beach
civic figure, was install
it of the 100 Club at its
ual banquet Wednesday
e Rubaiyut room of the
el.
arh Mayor Harold Sha-
s installing officer.
is secretary of the Bu-
wish Education, vice
if the Miami Beach
Realtors, member of the
Council o f Miami
former president of the
h Apartment Associa-
liccrs installed were
annum, first vice pres-
gc B. Keller, second
lit; Helen Alpert, ex-
tary; and N. Peter
n be Hostess
frhnr Landman's
tzvali
BLandman will become
during services of the
Synagogue on Saturday
morning, Jan. 8.
Arthur is the
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Land-
man. 512 SW 7th
ave.. Miami. Rab-
bi Arie Becker
will officiate.
The Bar Mitz-
vah attends Ada
Merritt Junior
High School,
where he is a
member of the
UH Bin- squad and library
staff ^pilditmn. Arthur assists
itenance of the schools
ire projectors,
red his religious train-
fntnwn Synagogue with
lr.
in will follow the cere-
home. Among hosts
sister, Cynthia, and
;. Mrs. Rose Landman,
BlY., and Mrs. and Mrs.
fcer- Miami.
guests will include
Joe Katz, Mr. and
Krantz and Mrs. Mary
all of Brooklyn, and
anI Tockar, Mrs. Mary
Ster I Mrs. Laura Isaacs, Ar-
Hts. of Miami.
B
ler Bar Mi tzvah
dward Schuster, son of
r>. Jerry Schuster, will
r Mitzvah at the North
sh Center on Saturday,
ccptinn will take place
' at the home of his
Tits, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
fc5 Lake View dr., Miami
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|ore Ronald Unger, son of
and Mrs. Irving Unger,
Euclid ave., will become
[Mitzvah during Saturday
ling services of Kneseth
ll Congregation. A stu-
at Miami Beach High
>1, Isadore is a member
lie band there and attends
3th Israel religious
)1. Rabbi Jonah Caplan
Cantor Abraham Seif
[officiate, with a reception
"ing the ceremony.
Brooks, treasurer.
The 100 Club was formed two
years ago, with membership limit-
ed to one person from each branch
of mercantile, professional and
civic endeavor.
lea Zion Ginsburg
Representatives of the Men's Club and the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El meet to plan a
dance which they will sponsor jointly Saturday night. Jan. 8, on the rooftop garden of the
Shelborne hotel. Standing (left to right) are Allen Goldberg, president of the Men's Club, Irving
Firtel, Irving Schatzman, Benjamin Greene, Ju les Channing, Milton Sirkin. Julius J. Perlmutter,
Sam Katz. Seated are Mike Salmon, Mrs. Ben Greene, Mrs. Jules Channing. Al Ossip and
Mrs. Allen Goldberg.
Films on Israel
Coral Gables Zionist District will
meet at the Coral Gahles Jewish
Center on Wednesday evening, Jan.
12. Showing of some of the most
recent films on Israel is scheduled.
Combined Dance Due
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
and Temple Israel Young Adult
Group are holding their fir-t an
nual combined dance at the Monte
Carlo hotel on Jan. 9 evening.
Hebrew School Meeting
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold a board meet-
ing on Tuesday evening. Jan. 11,
it has been announced by If. M.
Drewitch. president.
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Thanks a million..
76 TIMES!
You, Greater Miami, have made it possible for us to grow
from a very small financial venture to a 76-million-dollar
institution of thrift.
We are looking forward in 1955 to many more of you
opening insured savings accounts. Thank you again for
making Miami Beach Federal one of the largest savings
and loan associations in the South.


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)r. Rnkelstein Will
ipeak at Dinner
Pinkclstcin. chancellor
i Theological Seminary
pill he principal ipeak-
^pstinioni. ^lanil on Sunday night,
He function, which is
Temple Emanu-EI,
tdland for his "con-
inding services as
deer and founder of
liami Beach Jewish
Iperin, chairman of
reported "unusually
in (he affair and
Society to Mark
Tenth Anniversary
January marks the 10th anniver-
sary of the founding of '.he Greater
Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief Society.
Candlelighting ceremony honor-
ing past presidents of the organiza-
tion will take place at a regular
meeting Wednesday evening, Jan.
12, in the DuPont bldg., Collins
ave.
After a short business meeting
discussing annual Tag Day which
takes place on Jan. 24, there will
be a Inmk review given by Mrs.
Morris A Skop on "Blessed is the
Land," by Louis Zara.
Prewdwifs V/sft FlfJMjfB^
NormanJBruce "f ro*A AuxUiot}
Jewish vntr Veterans, Intr meet
Wednesday evening, Jan. 12, at
the Republican Club to discuss
plans in connection with the offi-
cial visit of Sara E. Stone, national
president of the organization.
to send in their res-
The meeting will
i Lido hotel.
Lehrman. spiritual
pie Emanu-EI and a
,jmero| Hhe Rabbinic Cabinet
. 4<>f. tj H?r >'"(l 'nat "nUnU'r_
"us. \ K" '''",,r~ f Ameri-
dy have indicated
attend this te-ti-
ili
lein, fourth president
lary who has served
[opacity of chancellor
of the faculties since
. continues to serve
Schcchter Professor of
Kthe faculty W the Sem-
inary'i Mnical School.
Regi Kb one of the most out-
-tandi Higmus leaders and
_,schola Hie American scene to-
Servkes Held for Cantor
Joseph Malek, Dead at (A
Services for Cantor Joseph
Malek were held Thursday, Dec.
30, at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with
Rabhi Akiva Chill officiating.
Cantor Malek, formerly of 1561
Lenox ave Miami Beach, died at
the age of 64.
In the Miami area for over 20
years, Cantor Malek served both
Beth David and Beth El Congrega-
tions, as well as spiritual centers
throughout the community.
A student at the Vienna Conserv-
atory, he also held cantonal posts
in many European congregations.
In 1932. Cantor Malek was desig-
nated successor to Cantor Joseph
Rosenblatt at Oheb Zedek in New
I York.
Cantor Malek is survived by his
wife, Margaret, and daughter, Lil-
lian, of Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Riverside was in
charge of interment arrangements.
day.
his AB
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from
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lin Tl^T
ervin Bth
: i-'ront
Finkelstein received
the College of the
York in 1915; his PhD
ia University in 1918
ined as Rabbi at the
logical Seminary in
an honorary STD from
hversity; a D Lett de-
laaton University and
of the American Acad-
nd Sciences.
inkelstein served as
ongregation Kehillatli
York City, from 1919-
las appointed instructor
|st the Seminary in 1920.
t post lor lour years.
30. he was Solomon
Dr. Silver at CJA
Rally on "Thursday
Continued from Page 1 A
of hostesses, Mrs. David Bass.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will preside as chairman of
the evening. He will introduce all
campaign division chairmen and
call upon these group leaders to
report on advance plans in then
respective units. Division quotas
will probably be announced for the
first time at the A numbly
Members of the rabbinate and
local dignitaries including govern
ment and <*9fe"0Jjj-- wilt-bo on
hand to heaUfpa metfage bi
by,1*. Silver and fvftv McDatiiel
conr/efMig world -wide Jewish
needs which must be met through
the generosity of American com
munities.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Rabbis Irving Lehr-
man and I,eon Kronish The Miami
Beach High School Acappella
Choir, under the direction of Mr.
Robert A. Duff, will present sev-
eral numbers, and TV and radio
personalities are scheduled to ap-
pear to help launch the life cam-
paign of CJA. Pictorial displays de-
picting the humanitarian services
of local health and welfare institu-
tions will be exhibited in the outer
lobby of the Auditorium and repre-
sentatives will be on hand to sup-
ply information about these agen-
cies.
It is expected tthat a record-
smashing enrollment of volunteer
workers will take place at the as-
sembly. CJA recruitment workers
will man special booths where new
volunteers may enlist to serve in
divisions of their choice.
Doors of the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium will not be open for ,,d
mission until 7:30 p.m., it has been
announced, and admission will be
by tickets only.
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lecturer in theology and
Associate Professor of
rice' 1931.
[awarded the Townsend
at in 1940. In that same
fas appointed by the late
Franklin D. Roosevelt to
rtor Cyrus Adler as rep-
of Judaism to advise
lent with regard to stops
tjwace.
lers of Immortal
luorials for too
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Jewish Trail
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End at Bird U. Saepper Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bell, of Beverly Hills, Cal., celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary Dec. 26 at the homo of their
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg. 19 Palm ave., Palm Island,
Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Bell flew in from California to
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Robert Goldberg,
on Nov. 7 and stayed on for thteir 50th anniversary. Out-of-
town guests included their daughter, Mrs. Ira Wit, Calcutta,
India, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Shapiro, Chicaao, and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Dubin, Belle Harbor. Long Island, N.Y.
Rabbi Chill in Talk
First PTA meeting of Beth Jacob
religious school will be held Mon-
day, Jan. 10. Rabbi Akiva Chill will
discuss "Underestimating Our
Children."
Borland to Operate
Jolson Room
Jolsoa room in Waldman's hotel,
formerly the Lord Tarleton. will be
operated this season by Sigmunt
Berland. international cafe enter-
tainer, according to the Joseph
YValdman family, owners of Miami
Beach's newest kosher-operated ho-
tel.
Berland. a sinner-musician and
composer, is the owner of the Ha
bibi Club in Paris, the first inter-
national night club of its kind in
Europe.
A native of Poland. Berland play
ed with various Polish dance or-
chestras before World War II. He
jB/fj one of the few survivors of the
Warsaw ghetto and composed the
well known "Where Can I Go?" a
MMkg which musically depicts Hi
plight of po>t war displaced per-
ions.
LEGAL NOTICE
c
OMMUNITY
N
ATIONAL
BANK OF BAL HARBOUR
i
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
.DECEMBER II, 1154
RESOURCES
Cosh ond due from
lonk,...........$2,833,101.14
U. S. Government
obligations....... 2,427,075.37
Other Sonds........ 75,057.33
Federal Reserve Bank
Stock.......... 19,500.00
loans ond discount!.. 1,516,641.13
Accrued income and
other asset....... I 6,848.36
lonk ludding, fumitu e
and futures...... 306,513.65
$7.l94736.9t
OFF.CMS V____
F. Lowry Well. Cklirmftl of i/ /Tears*
C. L. dementi. Sr.. Priiuitnt
( etchings Therrel. In/ Prmdinl
Kenneth C. Liffotd. I'ur Prmdenl ,
C. I. dements. Jr.. I'lte Petlldtnt
J. J. MicCjIlum. jliumwl I He 1'rtiUrnl
J. G. Gtbbi. Ctlkitr
DIRCCTORS
Ftrd R Rusdrn Dan R RuslirT .
( ,il \V Hlj.khuin Walter r Schorl
C I., dementi. Sr. Hatold A. Stem
August Ceigei < icon! H Sn.ter
(' T ( leitients. Jr. i'auhings 1 hetiel
Koheft i.' t.tariam Ben I urchin
Dt Kurt I'ei.er K Losm Wall.
Stanley t. Whtf*
LIABILITIES
Deposits........... $6,393,999.59
Uneorned income and
other liabilities.... 56,382.77
Capital fundsi 1
Capital $500,000.00
Surplus.. 150,000.00 <
Undivided y
Profits .. 94,354.62 744.354.67
v- $/, 194,7 36.98
Kobrit A. Pctctson
Collins Axtnueatt)6lh .V
Bal Harbour Miami Brath
M.-.W.. '.<...! iMeeve Sr"*"*
Mevbee rederel pepttN fcwrKe Ce IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355
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that i 'oroplalnt tin ti ram nnd i
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nivurrr and Othei Relief, on
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it) f..i Plnlntlrf
t:'n l.in. ..in Road, Miami Beach, Fin.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I
tli. undersigned, denlrinjj to enaaa
- tin.i. r flc-l li i
IEI IRV AP \l: TMKN IS nl 120.-..
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tend ti i lute.....d i tmi
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A i t.-i it. \ f.ir Aplillranta
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKin OIVEN I
dealt in
in.I. r the flrtlll
i s LA BRA HRI mi L'TH, nl 11
i \ -.. mi.-. Miami, l- l i.-i amid name ith t. I
..I the Circuit t 'oui t of Dide Co
f|..il.la.
Ji I8EPH LEVIN
Kt iVNER MANNUEIMER
Attorneyn for Paknbra Produt'tn
1 T-J4-ZI JS
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T<> AM. TO WlloM THESE IT.K-.
KNTS KHALI. COMB, liRKKTINi.s:
Wh.Tr.i-.
IN MAN PADOETT,
Ml \MI. FLORIPA,
DAISY RICHARI'K.
Ml \MI. HUiltllH
.111.1 A A. HARD.
MIAMI. M.oR!D\
.li.l mi ilm nth (Ih\ ..t March, A i>.
'it. canaM ta be Incorporated under
lh.- prnvlnlonn .'I Chapter ;". V\o
Statutes, THE PILOT HOUSE, (N't*.
.i arporatlon, with its principal p
t business st Miami, Dads County.
in ih.- Mate of Florida, nnd whei
the stockaolderfl of such coaporatln
.li.I ..i> th^ Ird da) "f January, A D.
IMS, cause t.i be filed In th.. affl
of the Beeretaj-) .if State ..i the State
..f Urn nl... Oonsenl ..f all the -'
holders under the provisions nl
Chaplei > ", Florida Statutes, s|
the dissolution of such oorp
a t Ion
Sow. therefore, tin of
. does h.i.iiv i.itu. to the t
gnlna and tnal h.- i satlnrled thai
t law have been t om-
ili.il with
IV WITNESS W HEREOF I
ha t hereunto .-< i my
and havi affixed th*
S.-.,l ..f th.- Mate
si Tallahassee, the "ap i
tM the tlui.l da) "i Jai
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Scrrrtaiy of M .le.
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,000 LOCAL
CIA GOAL
liBwwiisbJEIIiOjpidliiaun
NATIONAL LEADERS AT
BEACH AUDITORIUM
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1955
SECTION B
Community Rally Mobilizes 1955 Combined Appeal
knal message from
TSAt J. HEIMAN, chairman
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
or Rapid Effort in Greater Miami
fc
^Jinety-Day Campaign to Mark Furd Dr v>
Support of Local; National, Overseas Needs
Id the World in 90 Pays"' is the"striking
IuvjiuK of person* in Greater Miami, de
nu t<> Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei
nun- classic, indicates the length of the
Idge to CJA will perform miracles of me
|f 55 important agencies," said Heiman.
m and children on many continents."
impaign chairman announced that comm
of a swift-moving 90-day drive in which
enough volunteers, each willing to do
r Jan. 13," said Heiman. He reiterated
cover the number of prospects in the
ablishment of a 90-day time limit on the
who assured Heiman they preferred a
new note of a mailing piece shortly to he distrib-
picting the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
man, this slogan, a derivative from the title of Jules
1955 fund drive,
rcy around the entire globe, save lives and support
These institutions give new hope to thousands of
unity leaders had shown an overwhelming response
to achieve the CJA goal of $1,350,000
his small share, we can complete this campaign in
tha.t about 3.000 campaigners would be needed sue
Dade County Jewish community.
drive received approbation of hundreds of CJA
shorter, streamlined campaign
men to Enrol! 2,500 Voluntecs
McDaniel Will Reveal Personal
Experiences in Near East Area
Bmce McDaniel, will be one of
the feature speakers at the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Community
Assembly" Thursday evening, Jan.
13. at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
(See complete story Page 1A.) Mc-
Daniel is hailed by top Israeli fig-
ures as the man who has helped to
achieve "a modern mircle" in the
economic reouilding of the repub-
lic of Israel.
Appointed m 1951 as director of
the l nitcri States Operation Mis-
sion for economic aid to Israel, he
headed and directed the work of a
corp of American experts and the
expenditure of almost $200,000,000
of U.S. grants-in-aid toward giving
a new impetus and technical direc-
tion to the industrial and agricul-
tural development of tsrael.
Within three short years McDan-
iel saw the State of Israel come out
of a severe austerity period, de-
velop an export program that
reached to one third of its imports.
set down miles of pipeline for the
irrigation of deserts arid since Bib-
, liral days and put thousands of new
[aCMta under cultivation. With the
] help of his mission and technicians
j experimental crops of cotton, soy
bean and tobacco were graduated
. to the export stage; dams are be-
! ing completed for power and irri-
gation. ;tnd more dams are on blue
I print; Operations Mission scholar-
ship.- helped to equip and train
skilled workers and technicians.
Other Mis uhi activities contrib-
uted to the expansion of Israel's
railroad system, industries and
public health. The most colorful
| Mission operation of all. "Opera-
tion Cowboy," under the tutelage
of American cowhands, is training
Israel herdsmen to ride, rope and
graze steers to put more meat on
the Israel housewife's table.
McDaniel is no behind-t he-desk
administrator. He spent most of his
Continued on Page 2 B
Miami Leaders Assume Top Drive Positions
CAMPAIGN DIVISION CHAIRMEN
These are the men and women who will lead the Greater Miami
Jewish community during the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign.
With the help o their fellow workers they revealed this week
that "we shall stand shoulder to shoulder with campaign chairman Sam
J. Heiman and lend our strength to achieving the ultimate goal."
General Campaign Chairman Sam J. Heiman
Initial Gifts Chairman Carl Weinkle
Pace Setters Sam Friedland
Winter Residents
Hotels
Motels
Finance and fnvestments
Food and Services
Professions and Manufacturing .
Retail and Zone Councils
Community Mobilization
Women's Division
Flying Squadron
, Special Assignments
Miami Beach Merchants
Apartments
Mrs
Jack Carner
Morris Lansburgh
David Porvin
Leo Ackerman
Lao Chaikin
John Serbin
Aaron Kravitz
George Chertkof
Samuel Simonhoff
Abe Kurman
M. J. Kopelowitz
Leo Eisenstein
Daniel M. Broad
en's Division of the
rish Appeal has been
See last summer mnp-
for an unprecedented
vents in 1955. The
ras direct recipient of
(formation on Federa
bttions to local agency
fhen thr division spon-
sow Your Neighbor
Community" affair
is headed by Mrs. Irv-
a former CJA divi-
Itiou- recruitment un-
' being scheduled by
1 Simonhoff, chairman,
to enlist 2.500-volunteers wh'i will
participate in "Community Day."
late in March According to ad-
vance information Issued by Mrs.
Simonhoff, this door-to-door drive
will be the most comprehensive
and coordinated single da> project
in the history of cja.
Mi- Jack A. Ablin is chairman
of Pace Setters and Patrons, and
Mrs "Aaron Farr will head the,
Sponsors event this year.
Mrs Louis K. Goldman is in
charge of the Miami Coral Gables
Pace Setters function, and Mrs.;
Moe Feingold will head the "Year" .
luncheon.
Other chairmen and committees'
will be announced short I>
In the offing are definite plans
for brilliant social affairs featur-
Continuod on Pago 4 B
Mrs. Jnhaefceff Ciertkor
Kurmum
Koptlowifx
is emtt tin
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Local Federation Agencies Serve Miami
n Many Important >ty
ran
Story of Mount Sinai Hospital
Highlishts Community Growth
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Bureau of Jewish Education
Helps 23 Religious Schools
Serve Youth, Adult Needs
tfica
-x.ste--.ee.
rjture
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Hare local resi-
Mt Sinai as two

TEEN AGERS ADULTS. GOLDEN AGERS
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GMJCC Offers Area Ccr.pLt;
Leisure-Time Activity P.ogram
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Jewish Social Service
Offers Guidance to ft
Persons Needing Sa^.
The Jewish 8 ,! Ser*.
reau serves a du-l funetiT
(amity aeniu
vocational sen
The famil> -\ic
famine*
.ind personal q.
the family well being Ta
Acrk md
inafion
The P.ur i
c:*\ assistance win ne
American* ..... p,^
' ni.n resufc \
social research ,-
ooaoacti
N arty 800 !..
ugh the agei
tram la-t year (tver Mi
cants received help m tin'
tional Service l>.-p.irt meat
N\i-h Social Son Burot)
the Jcwi-h B0poll m afl(
A Jewish child p...
kx. 'he communitv most ajsl
tant unmet need, i- the rmM
eonean of JSSB The ajeatj gj
i->rt-ra..jn an- raptorial PW
UiOl t' develop -urh .
this area
('resident i Mr- *
Kxecutiw (iirectar i- A
r.'>r A major pori
:- supplied through the Coats!
Jewish Appeal Thf ofl
agnej) are located in the &aa|
bM| Miami
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With two branches in the area, as well as .
Community Center annually serves SI LZ ?' ,ex,ension s"es. the Greater v
pon,:.,,, Qg-, ~. gm,cc a^A-ssfti* l^dSSS
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r i w- l fcn* i
,. Couple about to seek rar.4
T ^ Ice:B -rvi-FK
guidance at JSSB. Thu !
v eration agency serves com* ;
'' ton Sirkifl less P**"** throughout the j
,,ni) year, offering aid to thedj
ropp 1- assistant dire* I placed, disturbed and baafr
tor. .
capped.
Community Rally Mobilizes 1955 Combined Jewish Aopdi
Bruce McDaniel Mr iff Reveal Near last fxp***
assembly. McDaniel will c00,jf'!
his country-wide tour in beaan
the United Jewish Appeal.
McDaniel was born in the WJ
of Minonk. DJ. and planned M
come a scientific farmer He raw
ed agricultural school hut *<*
to law. He fought and a- wou"**
as a private in the First World "
and was cited. After the *
became general manager of the
tton's largest fruit and V**?,
growing combines, in charge J
phases from cultivation to
wide distribution. The
World War found him In UAI
tey Government. reh^bilB*
war tern areas in the ******
Allud Armies' advance in rfJ
He returned a colonel wit
Bronze Star. Croix deGucrre. a
Chevalier de Legion DTlonne*
He makes his hotne with hi.
at Redlands. Cal.. where ui *
tion to private legal PrK***4li
finds time to pursue, at fit^*l
his bobby of skindiving *na
H
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III
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Is
Cont.nod from P<9 1 B
toe in the (,eld-got so,! unde*
2 -and concrete on his
* to It that the entire
Sort T* ,h partn,?r-h'P Joint
Unted M "0TerM,eBU f '"*
: ^s
:r
' d use it after the
--;f.n,h..., The
AnHne.n^J <;< patched
teru.n i i I"1 coun-
""-hMel>an;f 1:(v;"1 P'-nn-rs
PbaMng ,nd -rtm rtN"n,he
McI)an,T1ha>?npn,S,r;"",'UwK
i .,htiLn?.c"mp^' P
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JA mg adventure stories.


NUARY 7. 1955
Jenlsfi noridiian
PAGE 3 B
It, \ER OPENED MIAMI'S PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL AID PROGRAM
ar Friend M
eans /ou re
Needed
o letter dated January 5, 1939, and It began. "Dear Friend"
s was not an ordinary "Dear Friend" letter
signed beneath the polite "Very sincerely yours." in
hand, were the names "Stanley C. Myers. President" and
Hirsch Meyer. Campaign Chairman."
year was 1939the time of Hitler, of terror, privation and
when Jews were threatened and foundations of freedom
beneath the thunder of the Iron boot.
ere the daysand this
ubled time when the
ami Jewish Federation
ts first fund-drivethe
r
as now. Jewish lead-
forward to lead the
^ar Friend" letters refer-
ent ained in Federation's
)epartment Press Book.
Bves one thing: that the
sincere, devoted men
In who conducted that
ign in 1939 are still in-
R the same deep feeling
Kg people in need and
Rling our Jewish commu-
nity.
r shows that the mod-
Women's Council
Program tor Blind
County Schools
ater Miami section of the
'ouncil of Jewish Women
d its service programs
education of blind chil-
ade County. The grouD
t winner of a community
ard given by the Miami
ouncil has paid for $2,500
school equipment and
books for the blind and pre
eat sum of $65,150 was sought to
support only 22 agencies. And rec-
ord* prove they surpassed their
goal.
Ten years later, in 1949. the drive
raised over a million dollars to
help twice as many agencies.' And
in 1954, more than 9,000 people
contributed $1,350,000 to the big
all-inclusive drive benefiting 54
causes.
And who were these pioneers in
the field of community welfare
who believed m their city, in the
wondrous growth of Jewish life, in
the strength of unified action?
Let's look along the left margin
of our letter. Here is Stanley C.
Myers, president. He served as
first president in 1938 and again
in 1940. Myers is now 1955 Feder-
ation president.
First vice president is D. J. Apte;
second vice president is Harry Si-
monhoff, and Sam Blank is listed
as treasurer. Elry Stone is secre-
tary, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
campaign chairman. We find M. J.
Kopelowitz, budget chairman.
In those days, the Federation
office was located in Room 317 of
the Congress bldg. One typewriter,
a bridge table, a couple of chairs,
one window, old-fashioned window
shades some files terribly
crowded quarters Old-timers say
ind children. The Council j ..,herc wasn>t room
for teacher training in
change your mind."
It may be interesting to see just
who those "old-timers" were. Many
are top-level campaigners to this
daysome have drifted off, moved
away, passed on. Olhers continue
to give and work each year.
Let us return, for a moment, to
the "Dear Friend" letter and ex-
amine the list called "Board of Di-
rectors at Large." The group is al-
phabetical: Nathan Adelman. R. R.
Adler. Abe Aronovitz, (yes, the
Mayor of Miami) Benjamin Bron-
ston (the 1941 president of Feder-
Iverseas scholarships, and
[or children abroad.
Brs of the Council also
Americans and displaced
^rho have come to live in
hey conduct English
ad help the newcomers in-1
Mo the community. The
service program is sup-
fy funds from the Council
hop. President of the Coun-
rs. Aaron If. Kanner, and
nzation maintains offices
iW 3rd ave. Miss Minnie
is executive secretary
ibined Jewish Appeal in-
Ithe Council as one of its
h< ticiaries.
tion), Mrs. Ida Buckstem, Dr.
frank Cor*1 Leo Etaenstein (the
dyn unit- chairman of many CJA
Real Estate Divisions), Leon Elkin,
Herbert U Fethelman. M B Frank,
Milton a. Friedman, Sol s. Gold-
strom. Isaac Levin (pioneer B'nai
B'nh lender) Mrs. Benjamin Le-
vlae, .) Gerald Lewie, Joseph i
Lipton, Mrs. B. H. London, Harry
Markowitz, Mrs. Ida Optner, Max
Orovitz, (a Federation president in
1945. president of Mt. Sinai Hospi
tal) Sidney H. Palmer, Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz. Jacob Sher (a campaign
chairman m 1944). J. Louis Shoch-
et, Mrs. Bernard Simon. Harry Sir-
kin, (member of Federation's
board of governors, president of
Temple Emanu-EI) and William
Taradash.
No wonder Federation has suc-
ceeded. It planned and built well.
Keen minds and strong hearts had
seen to that. And. as we know, the
edifice called the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation today encom-
passes more than 60 organizations,
and stands strong and solid for a
sound Jewish familya vital, grow-
ing community.
People like Paul Barnett, George
Chertkof, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
Max Dobrin, Rabbi Moses Mesche-
loff and I L. Mintzer who appear
as "Organization Delegates" in our
letter these, and many more,
worked endless hours, building
Federation.
And Dr. Milton Saslaw, Sidney
L. Segall, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Nath-
an Zalka and Louis Zeientzthey,
too, gave time and energies to see
an ideal thrive.
There were many more, to be
UK. But the "Dear Friend" let-
ter could not name them all. Some-
how we know they were there, al
ways ready.
History proved that what the
signers said sixteen years ago is
true today. In Israel, Europe and
the Middle East, there is rising
tension, a threat to freedom, dan-
ger. The letter says: "Jews across
the seas throughout the United
States are watching Miami
This is the first campaign We
can not fail. We MUST NOT fail."
The wondrous, dedicated names
listed there in 1939 know the Com
bined Jewish Appeal will carry for
Ward t<> triumph in 1955.
Bureau of Jewish Education currently celebrates its 13th anni-
versary in Miami. Here, youthful students peer at Hebrew
books in one of the 20-odd religious schools throughout the
area that work with the Bureau, a Federation agency, in of-
fering a carefully prepared curriculum of studies in Hebrew
language, customs, history and other subjects. Bureau of
Jewish Education also offers courses in its Hebrew High
School, at the University of Miami and through adult educa-
tion programs.
Residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged relax in an atmos-
phere geared for fruitful and creative living. With over 60
residents, the Home recently added a new wing which will
offer facilities for some 30 additional aged persons. A Federa-
tion agency, its outlook will be largely shaped by community
participation in the 1955 CJA campaign.
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one of the most acute needs of the more than 100,000 immigrants still living in transient
and shacks. American Jews this year can help meet this need and speed Israel's for- *j happy and exerted."But, actually,
rd surge toward economic independence through increased support of the United Jewish | many will be undernourished and
on August 3. 1954. m the Moroc-
can town <>f Petitjean, there was i
Oare-up of mob violence When or ,
der was finally restored, m\ Jewi
were dial There has been no re-'
Currents of \h;~ pogrom-like out-
break lines then, thanks to the vig-
ilance of th French authorities.
However, the memory of it c.m
not be erased, nor can the Jews
now in North Africa escape the
feeling that a "cold" terror shim
mers in the hot sun of the cities
and the remote mountain villages.
The threats of violence are ag-
gravated by the fact that in North
Africa the vast majority of Jews
live on the thin margin of a crum-
bling economy. A depression, such
as the one currently plaguing Mo-
rocco, has a disastrous impact on
the Jews who are pushed to the
very edge of starvation and de-
spair. Thos, the extremely difficult
economic condition for most Jews
in North Africa, the gradual con-
striction of their opportunities for
earning even the most meager live-
lihood, make emigration a compel-
| ling necessity.
Currently at least 30.000 Jews
i wish to migrate as soon as possible
; and. barring unforeseen circum-
stances, are to be brought to Israel
next year.
Present plans call for the trans-
fer of about 22.000 Jews from Mo-
rocco and 8,000 from Tunisia.
The people themselves as they
step down the gangplank will be
ghetto life Thus the immigrants
from North Africa will require the
utmost in terms of attention and
help to heal and absorb them. For
tunately Ihej come to a land where
thej will receive such aid.
Each immigrant family, on en-
tering the country, receives housi
hold goods, tree medical insurance
for a period of three months, a
sm.dl cash grant and. if enroute to
agricultural settlements, enough
food for tthe first few days. Durum
1955 >uch assistance will be ex-
tended to about 6.000 families at a
cost of S106 per family.
Despite all of Israel's advances,
there still exists a tragic tug-of-war
between new projects and long de-
ferred social needs. Officials of the
UIA agencies, and other bodies
concerned with the country's de-
velopment, are faced with a taxing
and difficult decision: Shall they
allocate funds for immediate assist-
ance to newcomers or shall these
funds be earmarked for long-range
development to advance the coun-
try economically and so ultimately
integrate these same immigrants?
The situation of the maarbaroth
is an example of such a choice.
This life-saving program, and
also the work of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and other CJA ag-
encies, can go forWard only if
American communities through
their local campaigns, give to the
umost. Greater Miami is ready to
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Motion Names Rabbi
Lehrman President
bi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
[ of Temple Emanu-El, was in-
as president of the Rabbini-
^sociation of Greater Miami.
announced early this week.
[Alfred Waxman, of the West
Jewish Center, became the
lation's new secretary.
bin Lehrman is a member of
ibbinic Cabinet of the Jewish
logical Seminary of America,
lirman of the Southeast area
fabbi lrvim$ Lehrman
. United States for the Amer-
Ti'chnion Society and is on its
Dal board of directors.
also serves on the national
I of directors of the Council of
Hias Service and is a mem-
|f the National Commission on
MIS Organizations of the Na-
Ej Conference of Christians and
kbi Lehrman is now working
rijunction with the American
ncal Society on a research
of the early history of the
kli community of Florida.
t>bi Lehrman succeeds Rabbi
April, of Miami Hebrew
and Congregation.
Home Auxiliary
>rs Mrs. Cohen
later Miami Women's Auxil-
lo the Jewish Home for the
honored Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
9er and Miami pioneer, at a
inn last week in the Algiers
me 400 women saw Mrs. Sol
nn,m, pro.-ident, present Mrs.
with a gold necklace.
D^ram was arranged by Mrs.
Makov.xky and included an
(nal poem by Mrs. Sarah Czech.
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often be resolved by troubled par-
ents if they avail themselves of the
help offered by local family serv-
ice agencies, according to Dr. Ben-
jamin Spock in an article entitled,
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in the January issue of the Ladies
Home Journal.
Mrs. Leo Ackcrman. president of
the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
this week said that Dr. Spock s ad-
vice to parents should be made
generally available "in order to
bring solutions to a lot of perplex-
ed people."
Such matters as a severe feeding
problem, an extremely willful child
and infants who cry all day can
often be beyond the best skill of
the well-intentioned parent, Mrs.
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level and consider counseling their
most vital contribution."
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by Miami Beach Mayor Har-
old Shapiro at a luncheon
honoring Bard in the Delano
hotel last week.
Berger in Talk
Herbert Berger, extension activi-
ties director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, will discussion "De-
velopment of the Zionist Move-
ment" at a meeting of Ben-Gurion
Branch. Farband, on Wednesday
evening. Jan. 12. at Beth El Con-
gregation. Dr. Harry H. Queen, cul-
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[men's Circle
>s Concert
kit's Circle Branches 692,
1090 and thoir women's
Jll present a program of
letches' and comedy at Mi
or High School Auditor-
Jan 23.
Eg will be European singer
h>" Dora Kalinowna. Sh-
Ksher, Israeli character
n Kalnowna has given con-
Vrance, England, Belgium,
and. Israel and Brazil. She
[h iril in a nepctoire of
Bialik, Kmi, Yeilin and
j, ;,'-(> a librettist and
\r. who gave over 500 coir-
the front during the 1948
Independence and made hi
in debut in Paris in 1952
be heard in works by
and "Goldstein, in addition
mi < impositions.
Ik idison will present a pro-
\i her own composition- i
I works by Franz Liszt.
Pythians to Name
Abe Cutler
Abe Cutler will be installed
chancellor commander by Roose-
velt Lodge No. 177. Knights of
I Pythias. Saturday evening, Jan. 8.
at Castle Hall. 500 SVV 17th ave.
Others to be installed include
Marc Surdut. vice chancellor; Har-
ry Margolin master of works; Mar-
tin Haness. prelate; Murray Kit-
man, master-at-arins; Abe Krantz.
inner guard; Larry L. Siegel. outer
guard
Karl Susaneek, trea urer; Milton
I Green, secretary; Herman Dale,
financial secretary; Murray Fried-
^ber^. lodge deputy; Lewil I'omer-
an'/.. David Schuitz and Gerald
Bras trustees
Hurray Pa toff, Adolph A. Rach-
line and Email iel Hollander.
grar l< Ige 11 presentatives; and
l.eo Katz, Murray Cooper and Ja-
cob chayiin. grand lodge altar-
' nad
Past district deputy grand ehan
|or Adolph a RacShne will offi-
i ciat;-. ,i i ted by Charles l!;ippa
| port, also past district deput)
I grand chancellor, and Nathan Mil
' ler, outgoing lodge deputy.
Kneseth Israel Sisterhood Names Mrs. Ullian
Mr- Prances i llian has been
named president of Kneseth Israel
Congreg ition pisterhoj I
other officers recently Installed
include the Mesdames Ida Fine-
-tone. first vice president; Celia
Ruppert, ( ginfl Moi ri third vice pre i lent.
ToDJ Jallc. fourth vice president. '
Hose Sterner, fifth vice presi-
dent. An.1.1 Mitchell, recording iec-
retary; Lena Popkin, (inancial sec-
retary; Esther Eisenstein. treas-
urer; and Charlotte Salinger, social
secretary.
Trustees include the Mesdames
Rose Aster. Belle Caplan, l'< arl
GraetS, Anna (ioldman, Anna Gold-
rtein, Fannie Kregstein, Sadie
Kelinson, Kachel Goldstein, Sarah
Lippman, kciiu Marcus, Be
Sarah Schwartz, Ray Stellow,
I.en.. Selevan, Gzella Weiss, Sadie
Weissman and Goldie Zeit.
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Mr Irving B Kaplan, president
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Sholom, this week announced that
thi Sisterhood will hold a musical
revue Jan n and 12 evenings In
North Beach Elementary School
auditorium.
'.died "Sweet i'h irity," the com
edy is written and directed by
Trivia Levin, member of the board
oi Sisterhood Assistant director i~
Pin His K.ir on It ireography Is
under the direction of Eunice
I.,ike. and musical accompaniment
i- by Millie Draizar.
Chairman of the project is Mr-
Wolf ie Cohen. Si.terhood vice pies
ident. Assistant chairman la Mm
Sidnej Schwartz. Mrs. Max Apple-
baum is stage manager, and Mrs.
Camille Baum is chairman of cos-
! tumes. which are being sewn by
I Sisterhoods Voung-at Heart Croup.
Patron tickets are being handled
; by Mrs. Saul Herman and Mrs.
! Louis Stoff, and general admissions
'ticket chairmen are Mrs. Harry
| Orleans and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz.
Members of the cast are the Mes-
' dames David Miller. Norman Ar-
i kin, Sol Goldman, Samuel Faluk
Albert Shapiro. Norman Klein, Ben
Grenwald, Norma Lee. William
Wickinan. Philip Rudine, Sol Pine.
I Michael Mersel. Nat Brenner, Paul
Stern, Camille Baum, Morns Burk.
' I. A. Durbin. Han> Crecnberg, Moe
I Brpwamik and Miss Lanl Levin
Also Dr. William Wickinan. Mr.
! Philip Rudine and Mrs. Reuben
Levin.
Antique Show Planned
Kleventh annual antique show
and sale, featuring some 50 local
and out-of-town dealers, will be
brought to Miami for four days,
Feb. 10 through 13, by Mrs. Ethel
I Mae Boody, Cleveland Antique
dealer, and is scheduled for Mi-
aous Bayfront Park auditorium.
Early Americana and imports from
many countries will be featured In
the show.
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monial banquet given by the
synagogue on the occasion
of his birthday Sunday. Ian.
9. The testimonial will mark
his "tireless efforts and his
inspiring leadership." Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky will pre-
sent 55 new families who
have recently joined Beth El.
Albert Zisman is chairman,
with Mrs. Max Rappaport as-
sisting for the Sisterhood.
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LlGIOUS DIRECTORY
| JACOB CONGREGATION
Friday evening services
Mi. Rabbi Akiva Chill will
[and discuss: "We Are All
" Cantor Aaron Weingar-
render the musical por-
the liturgy. Saturday
services are at 8:30 a.m.,
be Rabbi will discuss:
or Distance to God."
ervices are at 9:30 a.m.,
He direction of Rev. A. J.
abbi Chill will teach a
[Talmud at 4;45 p.m. Min-
5:30 p.m., followed by
Budo> and a discussion on
fckly Portion. Daily serv-
;il 7 and 8 a.m. and 5:30
SHORE JEWISH CEN-
hold Friday evening serv-
^:30 and 8 p.m., with Rabbi
sbramowitz officiating and
C on the topic: "In Search
Youth." Cantor Edward
ill render the musical por-
fthe liturgy, assisted by the
Iider the direction of Eli
Saturday morning serv-
| al 84 5a.m., when Steven
son { Mr and Mrs. Jer-
itir. will become Bar Mitz-
>LE EMANU-EL will hold
levelling services at 5 and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
ach on: "New Paga in Jew-
kditinn." Cantor Philip
\r will render the musical
of the liturgy, assisted by
Ir. Saturdaj morning serv
Fat it a.m.. when Rabbi Lehr-
|l discuss the Weekly Por-
chael. son of Mr. and Mrs.
|n Otchct, and Melvin. son
pnd Mrs Albert Shenweath-
[become Bar Mitzvah. Daily
are in the chapel at 8 a.m.
p.m.

ELITE CENTER will hold
evening services at 5:30 and
with Rabbi Morton Ma
[officiating and discussing:
Immortality." Cantor
Salkow will render the mu-
Hrtions of the liturgy. Oneg
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Tem-
ple Israel Rabbi Emeritus, officiat-
ing. Subject of their sermons will
be: "Sources of Strength." Mem-
bers of the Golden Agcrs will be
honored. Sam Rabenowich and Ben
Schulman are chairmen of the
group, with Sam Silverman acting
as executive director. Rev. Ru-
dolph Brill will render musical
portions of the liturgy for this
"Sabbath Chazak" service. Satur-
day morning services arc at 8:30
a.m., when Rabbi Hurwitz will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.
*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmary-
ahu Swirsky will discuss: "When
Candlelighting Time
Tebet 13 5:33 p.m.
HI
the topic: "Juda P. Benjamin
Controversial Figure." Cantor Mau-
rice Neu will render the musical
portions of the liturgy, with Lucille
Moore directing the choir. Satur-
day morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when Rabbi Okolica will discuss:
"Jacob the Father of Israel." Jun-
ior services are at 11 a.m. Daily
services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 7
p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services are
f 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Cross
will discuss the Weekly Piiatwn
M inch a is at 5:15 p.m.. followe Shalos Seudos. Sunday services are
at 8 a.m., with daily services sched-
ed at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and discussing: "This
We Believe." Saturday morning
services are at 10:45 a.m., when
Michael Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Larry London, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions of
the topic: "Judah P. Benjamin
the liturgy. Also Bar Mitzvah will
be Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Laskin.
I will be sponsored by Mr.
Jack Simon whose son,
will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning services
a in Mincha will be at 5:30
jtllowed by Shalos Seudos.
*
(I HEBREW SCHOOL AND
LEGATION will hold Friday
services at 5:15 p.m. Sat-
|morning sen ices are at 8:30
then Melvin. son of Mr. and
lymour Frishman, becomes
litzvah. Rabbi Simon April
liticiatc, with Cantor Bercle
fcer rendering the musical
Ins of the liturgy. Late Fri-
kvcning services will be in-
fated at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi April
iiscuss: "Marriages and Di-
in Our Day." Oneg Shabbat
jllow.

IAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
vill hold Friday evening serv-
It 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Mor-
kop officiating and preaching
theme: "What's Ahead for
Doral Gables Jewish Center."
Hers of Chanuka home decora-
contest will receive their
3s. Saturday morning services
at 9:45 a.m., when Jay Finkel-
son of Mr. and Mrsf Charles
elstein, will become Bar Mitz-
, The Finkelsteins will be hosts
ke Kiddush following.
Great Events Make Common Tasks
Seem Trivial." Class in Sanhedrin
is at 3:30 p.m. Mincha will tie at
4:30 p.m., followed by a talk on
the ZohaV. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 a.m.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Habbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Can We Really Count Our Bles-
sings?" Discussion period will fol-
low. Religious school sessions will
resume on Saturday and Sunday
morning at 9:30 a.m.
*
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating and
preaching on the topic: "New and
the Beautiful." Cantor Abraham
Seif will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, assisted by the
choir. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Caplan
discussing the Weekly Portion.
Class in Bible is scheduled at 4
p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Kabbi Henry
Okolica officiating and speaking on
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m..
when Kabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Where Shall We Pray?" At 4 p.m..
the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly
Portion. Mincha is at 4:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Class in Talmud
is scheduled for Wednesday at
4:15 p.m.
*
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m., with Rev. Leo Heim officiat-
ing. Saturday morning services are
at 8:30 a.m., when Rev. Heim will
chant the liturgy and discuss the
Weekly Portion. Junior services
are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha will be at
5:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos and Maariv.
liturgy. Rabbi David Shapiro will
officiate. Oneg Shabbat will be
sponsored by B'nai B'rith and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph W. Waldman. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9
a.m., with Rabbi Shapiro discuss-
ing the Weekly Portion.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Abraham Herson officiating.
Cantor Albert Glantz will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Subject of Rabbi Herson's sermon
is scheduled as: "What is Torah?"
At Saturday morning services, the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion of the Law.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m. Dr.
and Mrs .1 Kosenthal will be hosts
at Kiddush in honor of their grand-
daughter. Kabbi Isaac Ever will of-
ficiate and discuss: "Respect for
Human Personality." Mincha is at
5 p.m.. followed-by Shalos Seudos.
Lazarus Cohen will be host. Daily
services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
dedicated to B'nai B'rith at 8:30
p.m. Guest speaker will be Harold
Turk. His address is scheduled as:
"These Are Our Supreme Aims."
Cantor Joseph W. Melak and the
Temple Choir under tthe direction
of Rev. Mordechai Haalman will
render the musical portions of the
* *
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m., when Arthur.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Land-
man, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Class in Talmud will precede the
service at 8 a.m. Rabbi Arie Becker
will preach on the topic: "Friend-
shipDivine and Human." Class in
Bible is at 5 p.m., followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos. Hosts will
be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi
Alfred Waxman officiating. Choir
is under the direction of Jerome
Taft. Rabbi Waxman will discuss:
"Jacobs Blessings." Saturday
morning services are at" 9 a.m.,
when the Rabbi will preach on the
Weekly Portion. Junior services are
at 11 a.m.
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FRIJ?AY. JANUARY 7
Polio Drive for
S300,000 Opens
\ _,..: oi 300,.....i ha
.vhuh
Pentland, Jr. cam-
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This i- a 'minimum' goal,
we will come closi
m that thi I
National F >ui dation for I
Paralysis, will have adi
fig] Pent
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._ heavil) "ii Mrs Sydnej L
Weintraub's Mothers' March on
Polio, set for Jan. 31. to raise
about S200.000 -a the S300.000
tot .1 "
"This county-wide collection, car-
ried out by 11.000 women, raised
S 160.000 in 1954 oi the S285.0O0
collected in the regular dime- cam
paign.
"With the big cost ol carin? for
polio here in 1954. and the spec-
tacular growth ol Dade's popula-
tion, it's obvious that our main
lund raising means must do that
much better in 1955." he declared
A. J. iJack i Geary, polio chap-
ter chairman, under-cored Pent-
land".- remark-, pointing out that
a record ol 274 cases ol polio in
Dade in 1954 cost the chapter S162.-
000. with other funds going to the
National Foundation for research
health education, gamma globulin,
and lor work and testiiu in connec-
tion with the new Salk vaccine
"Your local polio chapter i- in
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ng up every day and thi- de-
ti the fa..... :
i -tul emergencj March ol Dimes
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Mary Kosloski, national polio
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PAGE 11 B
)ptian Trials Remind
Writer of Nazi Tactics
T.-1
tant
RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
.-inner shockingly remine-
methods popular in the
lebrated totalitarian re-
this century, the Egyp-
rnment is currently stag-
play trial of thirteen Jews,
by this progressive and en-
state with espionage, and
1 on the basis of confes-
ktorted by threat and tor-
yptian Supreme Military
holding its carefully
tho"n^h'^Wi;ips unfortu-
med, inquisition, in the
Alexandria, has accused
rteen Jews, and through
Government of Israel, of
enes of outrages directed
he security of Egypt, her
on;il relations and the
if her people,
inflammatory and wholly
allegations. Israel's an-
de by her Prime Minister
larett, has said what most
cds saying about this
trial, patterned faithfully
kind of legal procedure
prisoned Dreyfuss and
der Lubbeto his death.
Btt'a statement reads in
ie trial .. has caused pro-
clignation in Israel and
ut the entire Jewish
must arouse the concern
My of all those who seek
id peace everywhere .
rnment of Israel protests
ongly against practices
k to revive in the modern
oday the methods of the
inquisition. Often enough
been forced ... to protect
he persecutions of our lei-
's in various countries and
upon the Jews who have
sely accused by the Egyp-
horities of such serious
s victims of thefr own en-
en to Begin
unity Chest
e Campaign
> than 8,000 women volun-
|11 begin their search 'for
next Sunday to push the
Kiitv chest over the top of
Ml successful campaign in
are workers in the big
Dlitan Division, largest of
Ire Chest organization. They
ke difficult job of house-to-
Isolicitation throughout the
LEGAL NOTICE
M
found i:
through*
world. Is
and anx
instils
The
r R. Barnhill. general cam-
hairman, said that in the
iw days, other division work-
Ill swing back into action
e holiday lull, to complete
up phase of their assign-
city against Israel and the Jewish
people. If their crime is Zionism
and devotion to Israel, then this is
a crime of which great numbers of
Jews all over the world are
guilty."
Not only do the accusations
themselves bear a familiar and
frightful ring, but even the phrases
are stripped of some of their hor-
ror by their very familiarity. The
man in the street in any town or
village in Israel has heard, over
and over again, from various parts
of fhe \w>rM not at vnYioris times in
his life (and in the history of his
i.itiort. Kueh B;i*ti*nili*ldr as
"Zionist spy ring." What makes
this particular trial the more
dreadful is not only the use of tor-
ture, for this is not ew in Jewish
history, nor the coincidence of this
trial with the heightening of inter-
nal unrest within Egypt, for this
also is part type, but primarily the fact that
Egypt and Israel are neighbors. To-
day, they live side by side in hos-
tility and tension, but the Israeli
is never unaware that the day will
come when Eg?pt will turn, of her
own volition or for lack of an al-
ternative, to a more reasonable and
neighboringry attitude. One day
there will be peace and brother-
hood in the Near East.
But if the 13 Jews hang as scape-
goats to the present, shaky regime
in Egypt, this will not be forgotten
in Israel. And their death will not
only be their road to martyrdom, in
the fullest sense of the world, but
a major impediment in the path of
peace along the Mediterranean.
One man has already fallen. The
Egyptian press declared him a sui-
cide. But innocent men do not kill
themselves and it is more likely
that Mr. Bennett died as a result of
the ministrations of the Egyptian
secret police. If this is so. the world
had best be alerted to what is hap-
pening in Alexandria this week,
for its significance may well be
universal..
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32343.B
REi ESTATE OF
MuKlMS KICHTER, I'--' e.ie NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herab) Riven that I have
r i.-ii ny final report and petition f'>r
l-'mal Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate "f MORRIr! RK'HTER, de-
ceased: ami that on the list January, 1955, iu apply t" the Hon-
orable i i:\nk B DOWLINQ. County
JuiiKf of Dade County, Florida. i"r
approval of wild final rnport end for
final dlscharga aw Administratrix of
the KM.it. of MORRIS rUCHTER, de-
, .i-. Tins Wth day of December, r> i
SYLVIA RICHTKR,
a,in, nlstratrix of the Ratate
..! Moi i is Rn btet. Deceased.
I it. MATERS
Attorney for Administratrix
li ::l I/7-I4-I1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVUN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hualneHH under the fictitious name of
MASTERS KAISRK'H A INTER-
IORS, at 5803 S.M. 8th Street, Intenda
to reflate? Raid name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court*of I>ade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH MASTERS. Sole Owner
HAROLD BTRUMPP
Attorney for Applicant
Reynold Mldf.
I.' 11 14-tl 1/7 '
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' I1EREUV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< engage In
biiKlneflH under the fictitious name of
KINO'S TOYS, at 12931 N W 7th Avef,
North Miami, Florida, intend to i.-gis-
ter said name with the Clark of the
i 'ii -1111 Ooui t of i de i 'ounty, I
LEO E1CIJRKR41
CAR1.YN EICHB1 RU
BERNARD III TNKU
Attorney forcing's Toys
f.20 flUmVhi IIiIk., .Miami, F1"i ida
|g/K-24,tm -rl/j. .i
',,;NOT.Ce' UNDER FICT7TIOUS
NXME LAW-
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
ii islnesa uiiiii r the fictitious name of
WATER II E A T E It 0 E R V I C E
BUREAU, at 1*10 N W '',tii st In-
lands to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dads
County, Hoi Ida
RALEIGH WATER HEA 1 KR
MIC. I'n.
s-oi, MAI8BL
Attorney for Applicant
2I Shorcland llldg.
12/24-31 1/7-14
.1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AL'8 SELP SERVICE LAUNDER-
ETTE, at Ml E. Ninth Street. HlaU-ah.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of I i.ole County, Florida.
H A A P, INC., a Florida corp.
Sole owner
FREDERICK N. HA RAD
Attorney for B.A.A.P., INC.,
a I-lot i.i., corporation
13/17-34-11 1/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- nnderslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
modern iron works. ..i 1741
N.W. Mth so.-, i. Miami, Ela Intends
to reglstei said name win, the Clerk
of tin- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BOL BILVER8TEIN, Sole >wn< r
SHELDON DUBLER
Attoi ney for \ ppllt ant
151 I Se. Ill R) Bldg.
I 1_____________________________
NOTICE UrJOg^>^Tll^U& ~-
NAME LAW
Notii E is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the null, i-IK ne,l, desiring to en
business under the fictitious name of
si GAR HILL, si JOl N W 10th
Miami, Itade County, Klo Ida, Intends
to register aid name with thi
i the Circuit court of D.nie County,
i lorlds
KAY-HEL, IN'', a Eloi lid ,., p..ration
Bj Mi ilt'l't IN A. K \ {'/.. |n
RICHARD KRIEGER PINK
Attorney fot KAY-HEL, INC
419 congress BUIRUng, Miami, Florida
I.- ^i-.u 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tho fictitious name of
I'.Ri i.VDWAY BAR. at 4H02 N.W. 17th
Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of ihide County. Florida.
JOHN KOVACIK. Sole Owner
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
li.'ix W. Flakier St., Miami, Ha.
U 14-tl 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, flesiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHARLES BTUART MoToR i'ii. at
2755-S7 N.W. Mth street. Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CHARLES 1 STEINOOI.O
11406 Croton ltd., No. Miami. I'll.
BTUART BTEINOOLD
12Hi.". Croton R.I, No. Miami. Fla.
ALBERT I-. ROSEN
Attorney for Charles .! Steingold
and Stuart Btelngold
II 21-31 1/7-14
i toward the goal of
is substantially ahead
year, Barnhill declared.
F. F. Ravlin, who heads the
slitan Division for the fifth
live year, said training ses-
volunteers will be held
Jout the county this week.
Ian in Talk
Joseph I. Pascal will 'discuss
: of the Lens" at a meeting
[Spinoza Outdoor Forum Sat-
[afternoon, 3:30 p.m., on the
the home of Dr. Abraham
l, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr.
s lecturer in ophthalmology
York Polyclinic Medical
and Hospital.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GOODY'S SANDWICH SHOP, at 12
N.E. 1st Ave., Alnsley llldg.. Miami,
Fla.. Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
GOODYS RESTAURANT CORP,
Itv Irwin Kass. President
Attest Harry Rosen, Secretary
HARRY El KERNICK
Attorney for Applicant
IM Lincoln Road. Miami Bench. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WESTERN SHOE REPAIR A DRY
CLEANING, at 6211 B.W. Nth Street.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of l>ade County. Kb.rida.
BAMtlEL i: ABRAMS
Ed ;EN i: TA NNENBA U" M
Attornev for Samuel L. Abrams
I2/24-J! 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THR DEo .1. GOLDMAN GRAPHh
ARTS STIDIo, at 2635 H Wf. 2Sth
Avenue, intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dads County, Florida.
LEO .1 GOLDMAN, Sole Owner
11' M-Sl l T-il
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN,
at 2313 West Plagler St., Miami, Fla..
Intend! to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SAMUEL M. S"-HACK. Sole Owner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attornayi for Registrant
Ztftl W. Flagb-r St., Miami, Ha,
12 24-31 I 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the uniiersigned, ilesiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH SERVICE STATION, at M0
Washington Avenue, Miami Bea
Florida, Intend to reglstei said name
with the cierk ol the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
BEN ......i 'MAN and
JESSIE VARIO, iwnerg
l'l:l.l>Elll''K N. I: VRAD. ESQ.
Attorney ,f."i Pen liuuumau IM
i. b \
l_\-'l ;i I 1,7-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious namt i I
MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RES-
TAURANT CATERERS, at IS1 Col-
lins Ave Miami Peach, intends to
register said name with the ci.-tk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Fioi Ida.
SAM DEUTBCH, Sols Owner
MALVIN ENGLANDER
Attornev for Applicant
'ill Lincoln ltd
12 24-21 I '7-14
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32364-A
RE ESTATE OF
SAMUEL 8. BILVERMAN,
11, .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hsreb} given thai I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Adniintt-tratriv of
the estate of SAMUEL 8. BILVER-
MAN, deceased; and that on the 20th
da] of .I.miiary. 1956, I will apply to
tlie Honorable County Judges of I >,o!a
County, Florida, for approraJ of said
final report and for final .Ii**> barge as
Administratrix irf the Estate of
BAML'EL s BILVERMAN, deceased,
sara BILVERMAN
MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN
\"' ne) for Administratrix
12 17-24- It 1/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RIT/.I OF MIAMI BEACH, at 1133
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
County. Florida.
l.ll.LYAN WIN I POL
BURNETT Roth
Attorney for Applicant
4:' Lincoln Road
12 '17-24-31 1'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL BASKET CO. (Not Inc.),
at 215 N.W. l-'nd Ave., intends to reg-
ister said nawie with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY MARKS
KE8SLBB OARS
Attoi ne) s for Applw sat
17K2 W Flagler St.
12/17-24-31 1/7 _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174*97
ALLAN W. JOHNSON, plantifl,
vs.
EVELYN JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVELYN JOHNSON
c/o A Risby
M2S Noi th 12th Street
Philadelphia IS, Penna.
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
named Court and serve a copy thereof
upon IRWIN s. CARS. Attorney for
Plaintiff, 1782 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, on or before the 13th
dav of January, IMS.
Dated. December 10. 1954.
E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By WM, W. SToCKINC.
fC'rrult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
12/17-24-31 1/7 ^^__
CE UNDER FICIITIOU*
NAME LAW
E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
reigned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
K TELEVISION RADIO.
Sunset Drive, Coral Gables,
lends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
unt *. Florida.
HARRY SHAPIRO, owner
SHAPIRO & F1UED
for Applicant
.In ltd
- 1/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
DUslneSS under the fictitious name of
PENGUIN HOTEL, at 111* Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register iald name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dude Count v,
Ftorida.
is) LILLIAN WEINBLATT
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
By Samuel W. Shapiro
Attorneys for Lillian Weinblatt
1^' .till 1/7-11 __________________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undel tile fictitious II.''
LEE s HA; SIK iP. LEE s LUGGAGE
SIP IP; l. E E s LEATHER! II >l >S
LEES HANDBAGS; LEE'S LAOS ,v
JEWELRY; LEE'S HANDBAGS AND
LUGOKGF:; LEES HANI'KAOs A
LBATHERGOODB; LEE'S M'OOAGF.
AND" IjEATHBROOODH, at 121 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, in-
tend to reglstei said name with the
Clark of tin- circuit Court of Dd<
County. Florida,
PEN BALZMAN
LEE BALZMAN
i 'o-p.iit ners
GEORGE J T \LI ANi 'I I'. ESQ.
Attorne) foi Applli anl -
v_'u Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha.
1- II I 7-li--'l___________________
NOTI
NOTIC
the unde
business
MtiHAU
at 141
Fla., Int
with the
Dade Co
BERICK
AttOI lleV
42U Lin.
12/24-31
rThood to Meet
Jacob Sisterhood will rrteet
^day, Jan. 12. Theme of the
im will be "Every Little
Merfdames Louis Shafkin
tiva Chill will lead the disi
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APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN MrCUN. M A I
MARION C M I IKS I
1)1 KM HI
Ml \MI
Dl\(,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
tin undersisned, desiring to sngass In
huslness under the fictitious na.......f
MARTIN'S SHOES, at U50 N.E. llrd
st North Mlutni Beach, FTa.. Intenda
to reKlster Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
.MARTIN .1. LEBENSART, Sole owner
ALLEN D SToLAR
Attorney for Aiidicant
SSS8 Abbott Ave., Miami Reach
12 .17-84-31 1'7
MERCANTILE
NATIONAL BANK
of MIAMI BEACH
LINCOLN P.D AT WASHINGTON
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslRned. deslrlnr to *n l.uslness under the fictitious name of
COI'Y CRAFT, at 1S N.W. 1st Bt..
Intend to reirlster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, F'lorlda____________
GEORGE TRENCHER
l'HILll' FELDMAN
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NUARY 7. 1955 Je*HtIhrMton PAGE 7 A Gli brow Wears Rose Point Lace's; Carries White Satin Bible Dec 23. mi the date Iss Renee Bobrow for to Jerome Arkin Miss e diiuijhier of Mr and obrow, 2211 SW 24th pn's parents are the in of New York. The fceremony took place Dome hotel. Rabbi Siifficiated at an altar Hth a bridal arch of >las. chrysanthemums, %  Da. fd Swanko Trio offered |uptial melodies. Jay est man. and Sheldon Einil Scher ushered. vas Leonard Bobrow, bride Driage bv her father. ] Peart; or veil Medvin (lirope ip will take newlyInd lira. Philip David irope. They will re|i to live Mary Iris Marks and Sxchan^-d their vows Tuesday in Temple Joseph R Narot of eception followed in B7.I hotel. fart ivory satin and The bouffant skirt back in a cathedralsequin tiara topped re silk illusion. She %  ft orchids and valley Ellis Hammock was nor for her sister. I daughters "f Mr. and J rk~ 5030 North Bayther daughter, Di beth Hurst, Miss Elk ss Seda Khoyan and j sion cousin "f the ere bridesmaid*. Pamela Norris, eouLevin, Schwartz Tour State; Will Live on Beach Sunday, Dec. 26, was the date choxti by Miss Marilyn I-evin for her marriage to Seymour Schwartz. Tho bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Levin, Baltimore, Md The groom's parents arc Mr and MrHarold Schwartz. 1281 Lenox ave Miami Beach. The afternoon ceremonv took place at Torah Tern pie. and Rabbis Abraham and Louis C.issell officiated. Best man was Walter W. Levine. For her weddinu, the bride chose a ballerina gown of white nylon net and lace. The gown was made with a demi jacket of lace. Her elbow length veil of French illusion was held in place l>\ a lace Juliet cap. She carried a white satin bridal i Bible, centered with two white [Twins Turn Seven Shore Club hotel was the setting Sunday for a birthday party for seven-year-old twins Madelynne and Barbara Berlin. The Berlins are winter residents of New York. LADY WISHES TO SHARE HER EFFICIENCY APARTMENT WITH SAME for the season. Centrally located. All conveniences — S300. 124S Pennsylvania Ave., Apartment 14 or Manager. POSITION WANTED as Companion Housekeeper Koher Cooking Good References Call 5-1739 %  art I it. Philip 0. Medvin bride, appeared in white |-hrd in peacock blue. Anisin, Michael Norris was rer. sdney Medvin. brother of legroom, from Patchogue. was best man. They are cf Mrs. Freda Medvin. 941 ave.. and the late AbraJvin. ing at the wedding were Imont. cousin of the brideratchogue: Reidlin J. Cobb, I the bride. Glendale. Cal.; f' Marks, brother of the nbert E. Norris, Jr., cousin t ::de. Edmonson S. Couric, Arnold I. Scher. kride is a senior at the Uni|t-f Miami. \hc bridegroom, uved his LLB degree from l. u> a practicing attorney. the bride chose a gown of rose point lace and tulle. Her three-tiered veil of French illusion fell from %  headpiece of handclipped lace' outlined in seedpearls. She carried a white satin bridal Bible centered with two white orchids and showered with starlight rose. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jay I.e.ban. sister of the bride, attired in an iceblue tulle gown made with all over miniature nifties and highlighted by a large sHkrose. It was the same gown worn by the bride when she served as maul ol honor for lu-r sister %  year ago. Miss Beatrice Arkin. sister of mm. was made ol honor and wore rose tulle Mdesmaida Judy Berman and Charlotte Solomon wore pink and blue tulle All at lendanta earned heartshaped tans of golden nugget roses. Mrs. Bobrow, mother of the bride, chose flamingo chiffon with crystal drop design and silver winged orchid. MrArkin. mother of the groom, wore pale blue p dished satin and white orchid corsage. Mrs. Sam Kurland. and Mrs. William Bobrow, maternal and paternal grandmothers of th'? bride, chose purple orchid co> sages. A reception and dinner-dance followed the ceremony. Table decorations were of white and soft-pink flowers. Floral decorations were designed by the Blachstone Flower Shops Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kurland and Mr. and Mrs. William Bobrow. Newark, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Leshan, sister and brother-in-law Of the bride, from Philadelphia; Miss Beatrice Arkin, sister of the groom from New York; Mr. and Mrs. I. Honigman. aunt and uncle of the groom from Detroit. Mich ; Mrs. B. Richman and Irving Arkin. aunt and uncle of the groom.'both from New York. The bride is a graduate of Miami High School, where *>he was a member of Cisum, honbrary music club, and the mixed chorus of the school. The groom graduated from Stuyvesant High School in New York and attended C.C.N.Y. and Brooklyn Law School. I'pon completion of a wedding trip to New York and Nassau, the newlyweds will reside in Miami. uauroiu a-Vli < %  •: Mrs. Seymour Schwarfi orchids and showered with stehanotis Matron of honor. Mrs. Sheila Hecker. chose an aqua net ballerina and carried a colonial bouquet of shellpink carnations and sweetheart roseMrs. Levin, mother of the bride, wore French blue lace, and Mrs. Schwartz, mother of the groom, was attired in orchid silk brocade designed with rhinestones. Both chose silver tinted orchid corsages. A buffet dance followed the ceremony at Torah Temple. Floral designs were arranged by the Blackstone Flower Shops. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenberg, Mrs. Milton Heneson and daughter and Mrs Milton Kaplan, all from Baltimore, Mrs. Harriet Klein, New York, andMrs. Fanny Holzman. formerly of Miami Beach The bride is a graduate of For est Park High School in Baltimore The groom attended Miami Beach High School and is a graduate in law and accounting wf the University of Miami Upon completion of a honeymoon trip by motor through Flor ida, the newlyweds will reside at 1535 Lenox ave. Mrs. ftrty tlkin Klkins at Home After January 1(> Mr. and Mrs Perry Elkin travelj ed to New York on their wedding trip, following their marriage Satj urday. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony in the Algiers hotel. The bride is the former Sandra ; Helena Wengerhoff. daughter of; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Publicker. 5910 SW 9th st. Mr. Elkin is the son of Mrs. Sarah Elkin, 901 Pennsyl vania ave Miami Beach, and the late Abraham Elkin. Waltz-length dress of the bride was of silk taffeta with a sequintrimmed collar. Rhinestone tiara held her four-tiered veil and she carried two white orchids on a | Bible. Mis. I.e.lev Lipp was the bride's onl] attendant She wore pale pink silk shantung and carried a cascade bouquet of pink roass, Jack Elkin was best man for his brother. Reception and dinner at the ho t I followed the ceremony. The couple will live at o!3t) Hue Vendome, Normandy Isle, Miami Beach. Th<-y will be at home after Jan. 16. MAKE EXTRA MONEY ADDRESS, MAIL POSTCARDS spare time every week. BIC0, 143 BE IMONT, BEIMONT, MASS. LOCAL BUSINESSMAN UNENCUMBERED, WISHES TO MEET NICE JEWISH LADY, under 40, heifht 5'3", references exchanged. Mr. S., Box 2973, Miami IS. MALE a. FEMALE HELP WANTED Outstanding summer camps, separate lor boys and girls, on large 75 acre lake, most modern facilities and appointments in the heart of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Penna established 20 years under the same management, have an opening on the staff for an outstanding counsellor, male or female upwards of 28 yrs. of age. who would also be able to serve m the capacity of representative m the Miami area. This is An excellent opportunity for the right person Please reply giving age. qjalif -cations, camp experience, if any. organization and community interest. to E. W.. Box 2973. Miami 18. Ml t Ml CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LEO ALIEN, Director Ph. 2-5437 and 9-0271 Specializing in Care fa the Utterly and Chronically Iff 24-Hour Narsing Service — Special Diets Strictly Observed Private and Semi-Private Rooms LEARNING TO LIVE MIAMI BEACH DAY and RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COllfOE PtlP Member of Amirictm Schools aad Colleges Association Room kVor Rent LOVELY ROOM TWIN BEDS for desirable couple or woman. 5 minatos to downtown. No. 4 and Coral Cables but pass the door. Phone 9-1216. OABLE DOMESTIC MBLF -IALE OAV WORKERS Employment Service Ml ft. PH. 94401 MElDENIEnG. Owner ion SALE MPT ON COCOA CAUSEWAY 100 x 300 FT. Writ* Box 1*2. Cocoa, Florida %. SiwAw -fa^ueiu the nOtM 01 SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •reg. I s pat, "If. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH SALESMAN Who wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or more with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality loco's, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... 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B7ARY 7, 1955 *Jml$tincr*fian PAGE 11 A )r. Rnkelstein Will ipeak at Dinner Pinkclstcin. chancellor i Theological Seminary %  pill he principal ipeak^ %  pstinioni.f. tj H? r > '" (l nat nUnU r_ "us. \ K" '''•" ,,r ~ f Ameridy have indicated attend this te-tiili lein, fourth president lary who has served [opacity of chancellor of the faculties since continues to serve %  Schcchter Professor of Kthe faculty W the Seminary'i Mnical School. Regi KB one of the most out-tandi Higmus leaders and _,schola Hie American scene toServkes Held for Cantor Joseph Malek, Dead at (A Services for Cantor Joseph Malek were held Thursday, Dec. 30, at Mt. Sinai Cemetery, with Rabhi Akiva Chill officiating. Cantor Malek, formerly of 1561 Lenox ave Miami Beach, died at the age of 64. In the Miami area for over 20 years, Cantor Malek served both Beth David and Beth El Congregations, as well as spiritual centers throughout the community. A student at the Vienna Conservatory, he also held cantonal posts in many European congregations. In 1932. Cantor Malek was designated successor to Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt at Oheb Zedek in New I York. Cantor Malek is survived by his wife, Margaret, and daughter, Lillian, of Miami Beach. Miami Beach Riverside was in charge of interment arrangements. day. his AB ity of from Jewish 1919. m Columbia DM 1 is a Pel im]^r : Dock 'Rabat .Israel, -193bgU lin Tl^T %  ervin Bth : i-'ront Finkelstein received the College of the York in 1915; his PhD ia University in 1918 ined as Rabbi at the logical Seminary in an honorary STD from hversity; a D Lett delaaton University and of the American Acadnd Sciences. inkelstein served as ongregation Kehillatli York City, from 1919las appointed instructor |st the Seminary in 1920. t post lor lour years. 30. he was Solomon Dr. Silver at CJA Rally on "Thursday Continued from Page 1 A of hostesses, Mrs. David Bass. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will preside as chairman of the evening. He will introduce all campaign division chairmen and call upon these group leaders to report on advance plans in then respective units. Division quotas %  will probably be announced for the first time at the A numbly Members of the rabbinate and local dignitaries including govern ment and <*9fe"0Jjj-wilt-bo on hand to heaUfpa metfage bi by, 1 *. Silver and fvftv McDatiiel conr/efMig world -wide Jewish needs which must be met through the generosity of American com munities. Also participating in the program will be Rabbis Irving Lehrman and I,eon Kronish The Miami Beach High School Acappella Choir, under the direction of Mr. Robert A. Duff, will present several numbers, and TV and radio personalities are scheduled to appear to help launch the life campaign of CJA. Pictorial displays depicting the humanitarian services of local health and welfare institutions will be exhibited in the outer lobby of the Auditorium and representatives will be on hand to supply information about these agencies. It is expected tthat a recordsmashing enrollment of volunteer workers will take place at the assembly. CJA recruitment workers will man special booths where new volunteers may enlist to serve in divisions of their choice. Doors of the Miami Beach Auditorium will not be open for ,,d mission until 7:30 p.m., it has been announced, and admission will be by tickets only. "1 < lecturer in theology and %  Associate Professor of %  rice' 1931. [awarded the Townsend at in 1940. In that same fas appointed by the late Franklin D. Roosevelt to rtor Cyrus Adler as repof Judaism to advise lent with regard to stops tjwace. lers of Immortal luorials for too N> o ran Jewish Trail m Sfi a. w. •* \1or -th* 2'Story Whits Building iond Monument Co. IKBRfi $40.00 PLUS STERY CHARGES *ey MMM 13424* Cant*/ /•(• %  MeJtB '/ WANT MY MILK" and be sure Wt FLORIDA DAIRIES NOMOCfNIZtO Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'' Doer* Prelectee" Till.. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our farm mt End at Bird U. %  Saepper Creek Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bell, of Beverly Hills, Cal., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Dec. 26 at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg. 19 Palm ave., Palm Island, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Bell flew in from California to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Robert Goldberg, on Nov. 7 and stayed on for thteir 50th anniversary. Out-oftown guests included their daughter, Mrs. Ira Wit, Calcutta, India, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Shapiro, Chicaao, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dubin, Belle Harbor. Long Island, N.Y. Rabbi Chill in Talk First PTA meeting of Beth Jacob religious school will be held Monday, Jan. 10. Rabbi Akiva Chill will discuss "Underestimating Our Children." Borland to Operate Jolson Room Jolsoa room in Waldman's hotel, formerly the Lord Tarleton. will be operated this season by Sigmunt Berland. international cafe entertainer, according to the Joseph YValdman family, owners of Miami Beach's newest kosher-operated hotel. Berland. a sinner-musician and composer, is the owner of the Ha bibi Club in Paris, the first international night club of its kind in Europe. A native of Poland. Berland play ed with various Polish dance orchestras before World War II. He jB/fj one of the few survivors of the Warsaw ghetto and composed the well known "Where Can I Go?" a MMkg which musically depicts Hi • plight of po>t war displaced perions. LEGAL NOTICE c OMMUNITY N ATIONAL BANK OF BAL HARBOUR i STATEMENT OF CONDITION .DECEMBER II, 1154 RESOURCES Cosh ond due from lonk, $ 2,833,101.14 U. S. Government obligations 2,427,075.37 Other Sonds 75,057.33 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 19,500.00 loans ond discount!.. 1,516,641.13 Accrued income and other asset. I 6, 848.36 lonk ludding, fumitu e and futures 306,513.65 $7.l94736.9t OFF.CMS V F. Lowry Well. Cklirmftl of i/ /Tears* C. L. dementi. Sr.. Priiuitnt ( etchings Therrel. In/ Prmdinl Kenneth C. Liffotd. I'ur Prmdenl C. I. dements. Jr.. I'lte Petlldtnt • J. J. MicCjIlum. jliumwl I He 1'rtiUrnl J. G. Gtbbi. Ctlkitr DIRCCTORS Ftrd R Rusdrn Dan R RuslirT ( ,il \V Hlj.khuin Walter r Schorl C I., dementi. Sr. Hatold A. Stem August Ceigei < icon! H Sn.ter (' T ( leitients. Jr. i'auhings 1 hetiel Koheft i.' t.tariam Ben I urchin Dt Kurt I'ei.er K Losm Wall. Stanley t. Whtf* LIABILITIES Deposits ... $6,393,999.59 Uneorned income and other liabilities.... 56,382.77 Capital fundsi 1 Capital $500,000.00 Surplus.. 150,000.00 < Undivided y Profits .. 94,354.62 744.354.67 v $/, 194,7 36.98 Kobrit A. Pctctson Collins Axtnueatt)6lh .V Bal Harbour • Miami Brath M.-.W.. '.<...! iMeeve Sr"*"* Mevbee rederel pepttN fcwrKe Ce Annv.i r in Hi. ..ifi r the Kiel k % %  .it i.'i.urt, .in oi befm %  7t'i da) ..f Wirunry, 1*53, i>n .i Decree Pro 'onfieeato "ill b< ni • i ou. DATEl' ..t M;;imi. Kli.i Ida, Ihl (1.... uf .IMJIUHTS i: I: LBATHERMAN i "l-i k. • 'IfVull i '"n t. I M.I. f..UIU>. KI..1 Hl.l I. K. II. RICE, IK I • .. i I leuul. I'll GENET OENBT it) f..i Plnlntlrf t:'n l. in. ..in Road, Miami Beach, Fin. I T-ii .1 :> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN I tli. undersigned, denlrinjj to enaaa tin.i. r • flc-l li i IEI IRV AP \l: TMKN IS nl 120.-.. i • \. \ %  %  n le, Miami !' %  • tend ti %  %  %  i lute d i tmi k % %  the it .-nit .' t ". Illitv, I-V.I..I.I ISA i.. >I:K i.i.i:i:i:it KAMI l.l. ISREENBEI! IRVIN'I S.'IUI.M.W A i t.-i it. \ f.ir Aplillranta I.in. i.In i:.....i Bldg i :-nNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKin OIVEN I dealt in %  in.I. r the flrtlll i s LA BRA HRI mi L'TH, nl 11 %  i \ -.. mi.-. Miami, ll AM. TO WlloM THESE IT.K-. KNTS KHALI. COMB, liRKKTINi.s: Wh.Tr.i-. IN MAN PADOETT, Ml \MI. FLORIPA, DAISY RICHARI'K. Ml \MI. HUiltllH .111.1 A A. HARD. MIAMI. M.oR!D\ .li.l mi ilm nth (IH\ ..t March, A i>. %  IT. canaM ta be Incorporated under lh.prnvlnlonn .'I Chapter •;". V\o Statutes, THE PILOT HOUSE, (N't*. .i arporatlon, with its principal p %  t business st Miami, Dads County. in ih.Mate of Florida, nnd whei the stockaolderfl of such coaporatln .li. I ..i> th^ Ird da) "f January, A D. IMS, cause t.i be filed In th.. affl of the Beeretaj-) .if State ..i the State ..f Urn nl... Oonsenl ..f all the -' %  holders under the provisions nl Chaplei >• "•, Florida Statutes, s| the dissolution of such oorp a t Ion Sow. therefore, tin of does h.i.iiv i.itu. to the t gnlna and tnal h.i satlnrled thai t law have been t omili.il with IV WITNESS W HEREOF I ha t % %  hereunto .-< i my %  and havi affixed th* S.-.,l ..f th.Mate si Tallahassee, the "ap i tM the tlui.l da) "i Jai V l> I!'".'. R. A. 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JANUARY 7. 1955 *JpWiiD fhrldtmn PAGE 7 B [men's Circle >s Concert kit's Circle Branches 692, 1090 and thoir women's Jll present a program of letches' and comedy at Mi %  or High School AuditorJan 23. Eg will be European singer h>" Dora Kalinowna. ShKsher, Israeli character n a librettist and \r. who gave over 500 coirthe front during the 1948 Independence and made hi in debut in Paris in 1952 be heard in works by and "Goldstein, in addition MI <• impositions. IK idison will present a pro\i her own compositioni I works by Franz Liszt. Pythians to Name Abe Cutler Abe Cutler will be installed chancellor commander by Roosevelt Lodge No. 177. Knights of I Pythias. Saturday evening, Jan. 8. at Castle Hall. 500 SVV 17th ave. Others to be installed include Marc Surdut. vice chancellor; Harry Margolin master of works; Martin Haness. prelate; Murray Kitman, master-at-arins; Abe Krantz. inner guard; Larry L. Siegel. outer guard Karl Susaneek, trea urer; Milton I Green, secretary; Herman Dale, financial secretary; Murray Fried^ber^. lodge deputy; Lewil I'omeran'/.. David Schuitz and Gerald Bras trustees Hurray Pa toff, Adolph A. Rachline and Email iel Hollander. grar %  %  l< Ige 11 presentatives; and l.eo Katz, Murray Cooper and Jacob chayiin. grand lodge altar' nad Past district deputy grand ehan |or Adolph A RacShne will offii ciat;-. ,i i ted by Charles l!;ippa | port, also past district deput) I grand chancellor, and Nathan Mil %  ler, outgoing lodge deputy. Kneseth Israel Sisterhood Names Mrs. Ullian MrPrances i llian has been named president of Kneseth Israel Congreg ition pisterhoj I other officers recently Installed include the Mesdames Ida Fine-tone. first vice president; Celia Ruppert, ( Crecnberg, Moe I Brpwamik and Miss Lanl Levin Also Dr. William Wickinan. Mr. Philip Rudine and Mrs. Reuben Levin. Antique Show Planned Kleventh annual antique show and sale, featuring some 50 local and out-of-town dealers, will be brought to Miami for four days, Feb. 10 through 13, by Mrs. Ethel I Mae Boody, Cleveland Antique dealer, and is scheduled for Miaous Bayfront Park auditorium. Early Americana and imports from many countries will be featured In the show. TEUEYTEA IN A LASS • • • That's the fine old Jewish way to enjoy lea at its finest, "flavor crushed" Tettty for fullest strength inu Itiaslation ... richer taste and pleaii"c ... served in a glass or cup! 1837 Philip Berkowitz, president of Congregation Beth El. will be guest oi honor at a testimonial banquet given by the synagogue on the occasion of his birthday Sunday. Ian. 9. The testimonial will mark his "tireless efforts and his inspiring leadership." Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will present 55 new families who have recently joined Beth El. Albert Zisman is chairman, with Mrs. Max Rappaport assisting for the Sisterhood. 'MAirZOH MEAL Pure. white ... just tight I Ideal for 'breading' chops, cutlets, croquettes. Grand for 0// recipes. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 NE. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 RI € HUN PROTEIN! Other wholesome.food elements, fool ~ mm • BR0WNJCASHE is satisfying .jijv u ei$ fattening! Its tempting roasted nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat makes it welcome as a side-dish. ..in stuffings!. DEUCIOUS • NUTRITIOUS • THRIFTY AISO INIOY BJOUTI CREAMY KERNELS... DfllGHrFW' ll/CKWHfAI GUI'S FOR Cf£Ai ANO t U0DINGS ON SALE AT MAIUiARET ANN LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclusive Distributors 24D2 NE 2nd AVENUE, PHONE 3-7791 'N^ — Carpet Laying and Repairing RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South R:ver Drive Phones S-1155 & 82-2007 AVE IIIJU CLKAWEBS FURNITURE CLEANING ASK FOR IT — BUY !T CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSncii £S0Si PRPDUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 EXCLUSIVE DI5TKIBUT0RS Of THE SOUTH i COASTLINE PROVISION CO.. INC. 855 BISCAYNI ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES:"" 31 5*6232 HERMAN PEARL PAT DEARR



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%  JANUARY 7, 195S *Jelsi)fk>rkttan PAGE 5 A ;sah Chapters Plan Varied Events; Shaloma Group to Hear Col. Dunbaugh %  la Group of Hadassah will %  regular monthly meeting Hty, Jan 10, 1 p.m at Hi Kiditorinm %  ink M Dunbaugh, Florida %  irni;m for American AsI (pf United Nations, will ft"How Can We Stop Com%  through the United Naions?" Hnbaugh teaches advertisH University of Miami and %  delegate to World Con %  eneva, Switzerland. %  Waldman is president Next! |>us GIT Monday lar meeting of Mt. Scoof Hadassah will be on jernoon, Jan. 10, at Beth DavicT %  legation. Program has beenj Eg<'^p II, Blumenthal. pscholoaddress the group. Final t Winners Will :ed at Gables %  uncement was made this ^Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of al Gables Jewish Center, of awards in the chanuka ecorations contest held for of the Center. Committee the homes reported the folwinners. who will receive awards at Friday night ..nd Mrs. Charles Finkcl815 Catalonia ave., Mr. and Victor Levine. 55 SW 1st rd.; tnd Mrs. Charles Betkerman, |SW 5th st.; Mr. and Mrs. MeyBaskin, 1819 Ferdinand st.; Mr. and Mrs. Emphraim Gale, 1 Aiicona ave. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE iiinah Chapter stalls Officers pnah Chapter will conduct its installation of officers on Sat%  evening, J an 8. at the Scot[Rite Temple. 471 NW rd st be installed as worthy matron Irs Ben Baskin. Mr. Samuel %  on is worthy patron. then include Mrs. Walter Falk. ciate matron; Henry Green. associate patron; Mrs. EdCooper, secretary; Mrs. CeDickler, treasurer; Mrs. WalCohn, conductress; and Mr. p Friedman, sentinel. In Nancye Rickard, past grand llron of Florida Order of the >tern Star, will conduct the cerepm Mrs Henry Rabin, past Iron of the chapter, has arrang[the program. Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ...just as quick but tastes so superior! This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you, in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water .. and instantly the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath altd every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A frodutt o Genoa) I oodi THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-DROP FLAVOR!



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%  WUARY 7. 1955 •>. lewUtr thvkHnn VAC.V 11 R JANUARY 7, 1955 -Jewlsii ncrkllan PAGE 9 B LlGIOUS DIRECTORY | JACOB CONGREGATION Friday evening services Mi. Rabbi Akiva Chill will [and discuss: "We Are All Cantor Aaron Weingarrender the musical porthe liturgy. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m., be Rabbi will discuss: or Distance to God." ervices are at 9:30 a.m., He direction of Rev. A. J. abbi Chill will teach a [Talmud at 4;45 p.m. Min5:30 p.m., followed by Budo> and a discussion on fckly Portion. Daily serv;il 7 and 8 a.m. and 5:30 SHORE JEWISH CENhold Friday evening serv^:30 and 8 p.m., with Rabbi sbramowitz officiating and C on the topic: "In Search Youth." Cantor Edward ill render the musical porfthe liturgy, assisted by the Iider the direction of Eli Saturday morning serv| al 84 5a.m., when Steven son { Mr and Mrs. Jeritir. will become Bar Mitz>LE EMANU-EL will hold levelling services at 5 and Rabbi Irving Lehrman ach on: "New Paga in Jewkditinn." Cantor Philip \r will render the musical of the liturgy, assisted by Ir. Saturdaj morning serv Fat it a.m.. when Rabbi Lehr|l discuss the Weekly Por%  chael. son of Mr. and Mrs. |n Otchct, and Melvin. son pnd Mrs Albert Shenweath[become Bar Mitzvah. Daily are in the chapel at 8 a.m. p.m. • • ELITE CENTER will hold evening services at 5:30 and with Rabbi Morton Ma [officiating and discussing: Immortality." Cantor %  Salkow will render the muHrtions of the liturgy. Oneg ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Temple Israel Rabbi Emeritus, officiating. Subject of their sermons will be: "Sources of Strength." Members of the Golden Agcrs will be honored. Sam Rabenowich and Ben Schulman are chairmen of the group, with Sam Silverman acting as executive director. Rev. Rudolph Brill will render musical portions of the liturgy for this "Sabbath Chazak" service. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Hurwitz will discuss the Weekly Portion. • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss: "When Candlelighting Time Tebet 13 — 5:33 p.m. HI the topic: "Juda P. Benjamin— Controversial Figure." Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Okolica will discuss: "Jacob the Father of Israel." Junior services are at 11 a.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are •f 9 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Cross will discuss the Weekly Piiatwn M inch a is at 5:15 p.m.. followe


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NUARY 7. 1955 Jenlsfi noridiian PAGE 3 B It, \ER OPENED MIAMI'S PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL AID PROGRAM ar Friend M eans /ou re Needed o letter dated January 5, 1939, and It began. "Dear Friend"— s was not an ordinary "Dear Friend" letter signed beneath the polite "Very sincerely yours." in hand, were the names "Stanley C. Myers. President" and Hirsch Meyer. Campaign Chairman." year was 1939—the time of Hitler, of terror, privation and when Jews were threatened and foundations of freedom beneath the thunder of the Iron boot. ere the days—and this ubled time when the ami Jewish Federation ts first fund-drive—the r as now. Jewish leadforward to lead the ^ar Friend" letters referent ained in Federation's )epartment Press Book. Bves one thing: that the sincere, devoted men In who conducted that ign in 1939 are still inR the same deep feeling Kg people in need and Rling our Jewish community. r shows that the modWomen's Council Program tor Blind County Schools ater Miami section of the 'ouncil of Jewish Women d its service programs education of blind chilade County. The grouD t winner of a community ard given by the Miami ouncil has paid for $2,500 school equipment and books for the blind and pre eat sum of $65,150 was sought to support only 22 agencies. And record* prove they surpassed their goal. Ten years later, in 1949. the drive raised over a million dollars to help twice as many agencies.' And in 1954, more than 9,000 people contributed $1,350,000 to the big all-inclusive drive benefiting 54 causes. And who were these pioneers in the field of community welfare who believed m their city, in the wondrous growth of Jewish life, in the strength of unified action? Let's look along the left margin of our letter. Here is Stanley C. Myers, president. He served as first president in 1938 and again in 1940. Myers is now 1955 Federation president. First vice president is D. J. Apte; second vice president is Harry Simonhoff, and Sam Blank is listed as treasurer. Elry Stone is secretary, and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, campaign chairman. We find M. J. Kopelowitz, budget chairman. In those days, the Federation office was located in Room 317 of the Congress bldg. One typewriter, a bridge table, a couple of chairs, one window, old-fashioned window shades — some files — terribly crowded quarters Old-timers say %  ind children. The Council j .., herc wasn>t „ room %  for teacher training in change your mind." It may be interesting to see just who those "old-timers" were. Many are top-level campaigners to this day—some have drifted off, moved away, passed on. Olhers continue to give and work each year. Let us return, for a moment, to the "Dear Friend" letter and examine the list called "Board of Directors at Large." The group is alphabetical: Nathan Adelman. R. R. Adler. Abe Aronovitz, (yes, the Mayor of Miami) Benjamin Bronston (the 1941 president of FederIverseas scholarships, and [or children abroad. Brs of the Council also Americans and displaced ^rho have come to live in hey conduct English ad help the newcomers in-1 Mo the community. The service program is supfy funds from the Council hop. President of the Counrs. Aaron If. Kanner, and nzation maintains offices iW 3rd ave. Miss Minnie is executive secretary ibined Jewish Appeal inIthe Council as one of its h< ticiaries. •tion), Mrs. Ida Buckstem, Dr. frank Cor*1 Leo Etaenstein (the dyn unitchairman of many CJA Real Estate Divisions), Leon Elkin, Herbert U Fethelman. M B Frank, Milton A. Friedman, Sol s. Goldstrom. Isaac Levin (pioneer B'nai B'nh lender) Mrs. Benjamin Levlae, .) Gerald Lewie, Joseph i Lipton, Mrs. B. H. London, Harry Markowitz, Mrs. Ida Optner, Max Orovitz, (a Federation president in 1945. president of Mt. Sinai Hospi tal) Sidney H. Palmer, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Jacob Sher (a campaign chairman m 1944). J. Louis Shochet, Mrs. Bernard Simon. Harry Sirkin, (member of Federation's board of governors, president of Temple Emanu-EI) and William Taradash. No wonder Federation has succeeded. It planned and built well. Keen minds and strong hearts had seen to that. And. as we know, the edifice called the Greater Miami Jewish Federation today encompasses more than 60 organizations, and stands strong and solid for a sound Jewish family—a vital, growing community. People like Paul Barnett, George Chertkof, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and I L. Mintzer who appear as "Organization Delegates" in our letter — these, and many more, worked endless hours, building Federation. And Dr. Milton Saslaw, Sidney L. Segall, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Nathan Zalka and Louis Zeientz—they, too, gave time and energies to see an ideal thrive. There were many more, to be %  UK. But the "Dear Friend" letter could not name them all. Somehow we know they were there, al ways ready. History proved that what the signers said sixteen years ago is true today. In Israel, Europe and the Middle East, there is rising tension, a threat to freedom, danger. The letter says: "Jews across the seas — throughout the United States are watching Miami This is the first campaign We can not fail. We MUST NOT fail." The wondrous, dedicated names listed there in 1939 know the Com bined Jewish Appeal will carry for Ward t<> triumph in 1955. Bureau of Jewish Education currently celebrates its 13th anniversary in Miami. Here, youthful students peer at Hebrew books in one of the 20-odd religious schools throughout the area that work with the Bureau, a Federation agency, in offering a carefully prepared curriculum of studies in Hebrew language, customs, history and other subjects. Bureau of Jewish Education also offers courses in its Hebrew High School, at the University of Miami and through adult education programs. Residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged relax in an atmosphere geared for fruitful and creative living. With over 60 residents, the Home recently added a new wing which will offer facilities for some 30 additional aged persons. A Federation agency, its outlook will be largely shaped by community participation in the 1955 CJA campaign. v Of Near East Look To Combined Appeal For Their Salvation .. y vrrrr^ it • • • i • • • > *-*• • • i*gjtm s % %  b^K '—*.* %  *%*#&*r,^'. v *E IT IS: The eyes of these newcomers in Israel focus on the construction of new housone of the most acute needs of the more than 100,000 immigrants still living in transient and shacks. American Jews this year can help meet this need and speed Israel's for*j happy and exerted."But, actually, rd surge toward economic independence through increased support of the United Jewish | many will be undernourished and on August 3. 1954. m the Moroccan town <>f Petitjean, there was i Oare-up of mob violence When or der was finally restored, M\ Jewi were dial There has been no re-' Currents of \h;~ pogrom-like outbreak lines then, thanks to the vigilance of th French authorities. However, the memory of it c.m not be erased, nor can the Jews now in North Africa escape the feeling that a "cold" terror shim mers in the hot sun of the cities and the remote mountain villages. The threats of violence are aggravated by the fact that in North Africa the vast majority of Jews live on the thin margin of a crumbling economy. A depression, such as the one currently plaguing Morocco, has a disastrous impact on the Jews who are pushed to the very edge of starvation and despair. Thos, the extremely difficult economic condition for most Jews in North Africa, the gradual constriction of their opportunities for earning even the most meager livelihood, make emigration a compel| ling necessity. Currently at least 30.000 Jews i wish to migrate as soon as possible ; and. barring unforeseen circumstances, are to be brought to Israel next year. Present plans call for the transfer of about 22.000 Jews from Morocco and 8,000 from Tunisia. The people themselves as they step down the gangplank will be ghetto life Thus the immigrants from North Africa will require the utmost in terms of attention and help to heal and absorb them. For tunately Ihej come to a land where thej will receive such aid. Each immigrant family, on entering the country, receives housi hold goods, tree medical insurance for a period of three months, a sm.dl cash grant and. if enroute to agricultural settlements, enough food for tthe first few days. Durum 1955 >uch assistance will be extended to about 6.000 families at a cost of S106 per family. Despite all of Israel's advances, there still exists a tragic tug-of-war between new projects and long deferred social needs. Officials of the UIA agencies, and other bodies concerned with the country's development, are faced with a taxing and difficult decision: Shall they allocate funds for immediate assistance to newcomers or shall these funds be earmarked for long-range development to advance the country economically and so ultimately integrate these same immigrants? The situation of the maarbaroth is an example of such a choice. This life-saving program, and also the work of the Joint Distribution Committee and other CJA agencies, can go forWard only if American communities through their local campaigns, give to the umost. Greater Miami is ready to do its part—to give and work—in behalf of the 1955 Combined Jew



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FRID :•; PAGE 10 B > iv w ** ntrM&L. as FRI J?AY. JANUARY 7 Polio Drive for S300,000 Opens \ _,..: oi 300, i ha •.vhuh %  Pentland, Jr. cam. director, announced •This ia 'minimum' goal, we will come closi M that thi I National F >ui dation for I Paralysis, will have adi • fig] Pent : .ii I -aid. He said dimes leaders are cur.: ._ heavil) "ii Mrs Sydnej L Weintraub's Mothers' March on Polio, set for Jan. 31. to raise •about S200.000 -a the S300.000 tot .1 "This county-wide collection, carried out by 11.000 women, raised S 160.000 in 1954 oi the S285.0O0 collected in the regular dimecam paign. "With the big cost ol carin? for polio here in 1954. and the spectacular growth ol Dade's population, it's obvious that our main lund raising means must do that much better in 1955." he declared A. J. iJack i Geary, polio chapter chairman, under-cored Pentland".remark-, pointing out that a record ol 274 cases ol polio in Dade in 1954 cost the chapter S162.000. with other funds going to the National Foundation for research health education, gamma globulin, and lor work and testiiu in connection with the new Salk vaccine "Your local polio chapter iin $25.41 78 nghl now. with bills ng up every day and thideti the fa %  %  : i %  -tul emergencj March ol Dimes %  last summer," Cleary added Mary Kosloski, national polio girl, who recent IJ came to %  i Beach to rest and make fash ion picture-, will pay an official it here Feb 2 6 lo appear at fund ,-mg events These include Mrs N ncy Greil Green's March ol Dime* Ball at L'Aigion restaurant. 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J lie\wiislb-IEIliD!Pidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 29-Number 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS Ladejinsky Case Embarrasses Agriculture And State Departments CM Roily Expected to till'Miami Beach Auditorium to Capacity Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Will Address Community! Jhursday^Evening Th" Jewish community of Greater Miami will launch the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal with a "Communit. Assembly" expected to attrtCl 3.000 persons on Thursday. Jan 13. al 'he Miami Beach Au ditorium Campaign leaders and volunteers will pledge their united effort to achie\e (he record breaking C'JA goal el SI 350.000 in the next 0 dayi According in campaign chairman Sam .1 Heiman, reserved seats are now practical!) > \hausted for the "night nf dedication." First to receive their special reserved seats were the volunteer workers who were active in las) Mai's campaign and who enrolled again to serve bj 1955 Somi admission seatin the balcony are still available, fluential figures to urge partition r according to Mrs. Louis Glasser. co and creation of the new Jewish ordinator of the kickoff event State. "The eager response to our call During the crucial years from for workers has been amazing and 1938 to 1943. Dr. Silver served U thrilling." said Heiman. "Everyone national chairman of the United is anxious to assume some reasonPalestine Appeal and also as ., nasibility in this greatest of all cam\ tional co chairman of the Unite*! paigns which must succeed to save Jewish Appeal during that period thousands of lives and strengthen For more than three decades our Jewish community." be has been spiritual leader of The Heiman declared that at least Temple in Cleveland. He has writ 3.000 volunteers would be required ,en several works of note including in 1955 personally to contact the "Religion in the Changing World many hundreds of new Jewish resi "The World Crisis and Jewish Surdents and business men who are vival" and moat recent.y, "Vision now established in this area j and Victory.'' a Collection ol In. Principal speaker at the CIA un a j ( „addres i sembly will be Rabbi Abba Hillel ._,_-,_„ .. .., .,, Silver, noted z.onis, leader often A ^ M "~ %  Glasser will ha .-ailed "America's greatest orator ( ha rm;,n f atttendance, M .1 Georqt Intel Toastmoitcr General' Msii featured as a guest speaker will be Bruce McDaniel. former Director of the U.S. Foreign Oper alums Admission fur Economic Aid to Israel Rabbi Silver attracted the greatest audience in Combined Jew ..h Appeal history three year when he addressed a mass mi rim L; oi campaigners at the former Miami Beach Jewish Center, now Temple Emanu El As one of the principal spokesmen for the American Zionist cause in this country, he served as chairman for a number of yean of the Amen-an Zion| ist Emergency Council and president of the Zionist Organization of America. In 1947, as a delegate of the Jewish Agency to the United Nations. Dr. Silver expressed strong ly the Zionist point of view on Palestine and was one of the most inJessel, Dafni are Dinner Guests Appeal's Initial Gifts Function Slated for New Fontainebleau Kopelowitz; chairman of arrangi Mrhnu Wi;!.'. eh lirman Continued on Pag* 11 A Dulles Promises To Find Expert Another Post Or. Abba Hillel Silver Congressional Committee Reports On Anti-Sem'tisn in Soviet Union WASHINGTON (JTA) Anti were modified: anfi Semitic drives Semitism in the countries behind are now |rpublicized and better the Iron Curtain, including the Soconcealed from the free world But viet Union, continues to exist just Jewish communal life remains sup as it did. prior to Stalin's dca'h. pressed, the belief in a world wad.except that it is now better conJewish conspiracy continues to be Dialed from the world, says a re an article of Communit faith, and port issued here Tuesday by the the persecutions are proceeding as House of Representatives Select before. In dozens ol trials, now Committee on Communist Aggreaconducted secretly, hundreds of WASHINGTON (JTAl Secretary of Agriculture Kzra Taft Benson late Wednesday told Jewish organizations that "it was a mis* take" on the part of his executive assistant, Milan l> Smith, to show reporters a letter received by the Department from a White Russi„n emigre impugning the loyalty of American Jews ol Rn !" ii origin. Me invited the leaders of these organizations the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Dcfama.' tion League of B'nai B nth and the i Jewish War Veterans — to discuss I he matter with him personall\ The letter to which Secretary Benson re f erred was sent to the Din.irtm.nl of Agriculture by White Russian emigre Ceorge N. Vitt, in connection with the dismiss, ii o| w.iii Ladejinsky, agneulprincipnl Zionist tural economist, from his SI 1.000a-year |> >-t as ., security risk The White Russian emigre applauded the Department lor dismissing the Jewish expert and -aid that many Russian .lews who settled in the United States had turned out to be the "worst kind of traitorIt was this letter 'hat Mr. Smith gave iii newspapermen in explanation oi the dismissal of Mr. Ladejinsky, who i~ Russian born and whi came to this country in 1922. In his communication to the three Jewish organizations. Secretary Benson S;IKJ; %  •] accept no responsibility far any ol the statements or conclusions in the Vitt sion. Jews, former communal leaders as r atO> other letter received by the The report, which deals with the well as Communists of Jewish partreatment of Jews under Commuentage. are being tried on the same nism." stales that the accumulated fake charges of Zionist plots.' facts "give a clear answer to those who succumbed to wishful thinking and pro-Soviet propaganda, and believed that the persecution of Jews would end after Stalin's death. The Department in connection with the Ladejinsky matter It was a mistake to show the letter to reporters and by so doing imply the Department's approval of the contents." Meanwhile, support of Mr. LaThe report says that "the Jewish minority is a special target of Communist persecution because it is suspected of attachment to the redejinsky has „ come from many ligious tenets of Judaism and to sides. Secretarv of State John F0tpersecution of the Jewish minority the humanitarian values of Jewish ter Dulles has pledged that if the continues even if it is less widely cu | (ur ,. and hJNt(>rv „ we „ „ ()f AKncultim Department does not advertised and better concealed ies of cu |, ura | and emotional solitake the agronomist back, the State than in the period just before the darity reaching behind the borders Department will find a place for dictators death. On the Jewish „f the Soviet Empire." him. front,' as in all other respects, the aims of the leaders of world Communism remain unchanged and are pursued as always with methods George J< >ssel, "Mr. Toast mas -I ica's most gifted after-dinner ter General" of the U.S.A. and one 'speakers. Jessel has been an active willt^nncipaU^kVr ^^„: I campaigner ,n support of numerous which combin fa rce with deceit. augural dinner of the Combined philanthropic and welfare causes, aggression with deception. Jewish Appeal. Mr. Reuven Dafni. Consul of Israel in New York and His deep interest in relief and military service programs annually Director of the Israel Office of Intak ,. s nim on tour throughout the formation, will also speak. | d duri wmcn I he initial gifts function, traditionally the most important time he appears before hundreds iundraising event of the campaign, of meetings and groups, will be held Sunday. Jan. 16. 7 \ co star with such personalities p.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel as A| Jo M n Eddie Cantor, Fanny Chairman of the event is Carl; Wrinkle, former campaign chairBr.ci> and many other Amen an man. federation president and ; entertainment f gures. Jesse has prominent leader in Jewish f %  l" *"Ctl on as a dnmMtiC actor, playwright, movie writer. ; song writer, producer of Broadway Jessel has recently returned lnllMCa | s and p i ays night club en Irom an intensive visit to Israel %  (alIu r rad j 0 c „ mo dian and film where he observed all a-peets of ac ,„ r current problems and engaged in j Dafnj served m the British Arim everal conferences with top state dur j nK world War II and. in 1946. The report emphasizes that "the Communist attitude toward the Jews was not substantially revised after Stalin's death. Only its forms Sailors Tell of Beatings in Egyptian Jails Crew of Bat Galim Home After 94 Days Of Cairo Government Prison and Torture officials, including David Ben Gurion and Meshe Sharett Acknowledged as one of Amer in This Week's Issue At HM UN Mindlin %  aak Mai(i Caafcinf Satiety UitariaJ SupaUmtnt •fetal SWrtt Zipria was a member of the first Haganah mission to the United St.iti ||,%  eived in the Israel Foreign Oil ice as press officer and the foreign office representative in 1951. He assumed the position of Consul of Israel in New York in July, 1953 The inangu/al dinner is expected to attract 600 persons This group usually sets the pace in advance gifts in the CJA drive. TEL AVIV (JTA) — The captain .ii HI crew yf the Israel freighter Bat Galim were home Honda) weary after 94 days of imprisonment in Egyptian jails where they were beaten, robbed of their personal possessions and, finallv. set free in the wilderness of the Gaza st'in where they were ordered to walk back to the Israel border, a considerable distance away. Just before noon, Sunday, an Israel Army patrol spotted the captain and his nine sailors, all lired a'I h ,, iag iii summer clothes. shuffling toward the border. An ammunition carrier was summon


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%  JANUARY 7. 1955 *•Jewish fh^rktirtr PAGE 11 B )ptian Trials Remind Writer of Nazi Tactics T.-1 tant RINNA GROSSMAN AJP .-inner shockingly reminemethods popular in the lebrated totalitarian rethis century, the Egyprnment is currently stagplay trial of thirteen Jews, by this progressive and enstate with espionage, and 1 on the basis of confesktorted by threat and toryptian Supreme Military holding its carefully tho"n^h'^Wi;ips unfortumed, inquisition, in the Alexandria, has accused rteen Jews, and through Government of Israel, of enes of outrages directed he security of Egypt, her on;il relations and the if her people, inflammatory and wholly allegations. Israel's ande by her Prime Minister larett, has said what most •cds saying about this trial, patterned faithfully kind of legal procedure prisoned Dreyfuss and der Lubbeto his death. Btt'a statement reads in ie trial .. has caused proclignation in Israel and ut the entire Jewish must arouse the concern My of all those who seek id peace everywhere rnment of Israel protests ongly against practices k to revive in the modern oday the methods of the inquisition. Often enough been forced ... to protect he persecutions of our lei's in various countries and upon the Jews who have sely accused by the Egyphorities of such serious s victims of thefr own enen to Begin unity Chest e Campaign > than 8,000 women volun|11 begin their search 'for next Sunday to push the Kiitv chest over the top of Ml successful campaign in are workers in the big Dlitan Division, largest of Ire Chest organization. They ke difficult job of house-toIsolicitation throughout the LEGAL NOTICE M found i: through* world. Is and anx instils The r R. Barnhill. general camhairman, said that in the iw days, other division workIll swing back into action e holiday lull, to complete up phase of their assigncity against Israel and the Jewish people. If their crime is Zionism and devotion to Israel, then this is a crime of which great numbers of Jews all over the world are guilty." Not only do the accusations themselves bear a familiar and frightful ring, but even the phrases are stripped of some of their horror by their very familiarity. The man in the street in any town or village in Israel has heard, over and over again, from various parts of fhe \w>rM not at vnYioris times in his life (and in the history of his i.itiort. Kueh B;i*ti*nili*ldr %  as "Zionist spy ring." What makes this particular trial the more dreadful is not only the use of torture, for this is not ew in Jewish history, nor the coincidence of this trial with the heightening of internal unrest within Egypt, for this also is part r l-'mal Discharge as Administratrix of the estate "f MORRIr! RK'HTER, deceased: ami that on the list i SYLVIA RICHTKR, A, in, nlstratrix of the Ratate ..! Moi i is Rn btet. Deceased. I it. MATERS Attorney for Administratrix li ::l — I/7-I4-I1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVUN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hualneHH under the fictitious name of MASTERS KAISRK'H A INTERIORS, at 5803 S.M. 8th Street, Intenda to reflate? Raid name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court*of I>ade County. Florida. JOSEPH MASTERS. Sole Owner HAROLD BTRUMPP Attorney for Applicant Reynold Mldf. I.' 11 14-tl — 1/7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' I1EREUV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t< engage In biiKlneflH under the fictitious name of KINO'S TOYS, at 12931 N W 7th Avef, North Miami, Florida, intend to i.-gister said name with the Clark of the i 'II -1111 Ooui t of i de i 'ounty, I LEO E1CIJRKR41 CAR1.YN EICHB1 RU BERNARD III TNKU Attorney forcing's Toys f.20 flUmVhi IIIIK., .Miami, F1"i ida |g/K-24, t m -rl/j. % %  „.i ,,; NOT.CE' UNDER FICT7TIOUS NXME LAWNOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eni ii islnesa uiiiii r the fictitious name of WATER II E A T E It 0 E R V I C E BUREAU, at 1*10 N W '•' tii st Inlands to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dads County, Hoi Ida RALEIGH WATER HEA 1 KR MIC. I'n. s-oi, MAI8BL Attorney for Applicant 2I Shorcland llldg. 12/24-31 — 1/7-14 .1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of AL'8 SELP SERVICE LAUNDERETTE, at Ml E. Ninth Street. HlaU-ah. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of I i.ole County, Florida. H A A P, INC., a Florida corp. Sole owner FREDERICK N. HA RAD Attorney for B.A.A.P., INC., a I-lot i.i., corporation 13/17-34-11 — 1/7 LEGAL NOTICE NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinnnderslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MODERN IRON WORKS. ..I 1741 N.W. Mth so.-, i. Miami, Ela Intends to reglstei said name win, the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BOL BILVER8TEIN, Sole • >wn< r SHELDON DUBLER Attoi ney for \ ppllt ant 151 I Se. Ill R) Bldg. I 1 NOTICE UrJOg^>^Tll^U& ~NAME LAW NOTII E is HEREBY GIVEN thai the null, i-IK ne,l, desiring to en business under the fictitious name of si GAR HILL, si JOl N W 10th Miami, Itade County, Klo Ida, Intends to register • aid name with thi i the Circuit court of D.nie County, i lorlds KAY-HEL, IN'', a Eloi LID ,., p. .ration Bj Mi ilt'l't IN A. K \ {'/.. |n RICHARD KRIEGER PINK Attorney fot KAY-HEL, INC 419 congress BUIRUng, Miami, Florida I.^i-.u — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tho fictitious name of I'.Ri i.VDWAY BAR. at 4H02 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ihide County. Florida. JOHN KOVACIK. Sole Owner HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant li.'ix W. Flakier St., Miami, Ha. U 14-tl — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, flesiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHARLES BTUART MoToR I'II. at 2755-S7 N.W. Mth street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES 1 STEINOOI.O 11406 Croton ltd., No. Miami. I'll. BTUART BTEINOOLD 12Hi.". Croton R.I, No. Miami. Fla. ALBERT I-. ROSEN Attorney for Charles .! Steingold and Stuart Btelngold II 21-31 — 1/7-14 i toward the goal of is substantially ahead year, Barnhill declared. F. F. Ravlin, who heads the slitan Division for the fifth live year, said training sesvolunteers will be held Jout the county this week. Ian in Talk Joseph I. Pascal will 'discuss : of the Lens" at a meeting [Spinoza Outdoor Forum Sat[afternoon, 3:30 p.m., on the the home of Dr. Abraham l, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr. s lecturer in ophthalmology York Polyclinic Medical and Hospital. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GOODY'S SANDWICH SHOP, at 12 N.E. 1st Ave., Alnsley llldg.. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. GOODYS RESTAURANT CORP, Itv Irwin Kass. President Attest Harry Rosen, Secretary HARRY El KERNICK Attorney for Applicant IM Lincoln Road. Miami Bench. Fla. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WESTERN SHOE REPAIR A DRY CLEANING, at 6211 B.W. Nth Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of l>ade County. Kb.rida. BAMtlEL i: ABRAMS Ed ;EN i: TA NNENBA U" M Attornev for Samuel L. Abrams I2/24-J! — 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THR DEo .1. GOLDMAN GRAPHh ARTS STIDIo, at 2635 H Wf. 2Sth Avenue, intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. LEO .1 GOLDMAN, Sole Owner 11' M-Sl — l T-il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN, at 2313 West Plagler St., Miami, Fla.. Intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL M. S"-HACK. Sole Owner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attornayi for Registrant Ztftl W. Flagb-r St., Miami, Ha, 12 24-31 I 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the uniiersigned, ilesiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BEACH SERVICE STATION, at M0 Washington Avenue, Miami Bea Florida, Intend to reglstei said name with the cierk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEN i 'MAN and JESSIE VARIO, iwnerg l'l:l.l>Elll''K N. I: VRAD. ESQ. Attorney ,f."i Pen liuuumau IM i. b \ l_\-'l ;i I 1,7-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious namt i I MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RESTAURANT CATERERS, at IS1 Collins Ave Miami Peach, intends to register said name with the ci.-tk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Fioi Ida. SAM DEUTBCH, Sols Owner MALVIN ENGLANDER Attornev for Applicant 'ill Lincoln ltd 12 24-21 — I '7-14 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32364-A RE ESTATE OF SAMUEL 8. BILVERMAN, 11, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hsreb} given thai I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Adniintt-tratriv of the estate of SAMUEL 8. BILVERMAN, deceased; and that on the 20th da] of .I.miiary. 1956, I will apply to tlie Honorable County Judges of I >,o!a County, Florida, for approraJ of said final report and for final .Ii**> barge as Administratrix irf the Estate of BAML'EL s BILVERMAN, deceased, SARA BILVERMAN MYERS. HBIMAN & KAPLAN \"' ne) for Administratrix 12 17-24It — 1/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RIT/.I OF MIAMI BEACH, at 1133 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County. Florida. l.ll.LYAN WIN I POL BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Applicant 4:' Lincoln Road 12 '17-24-31 — 1'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL BASKET CO. (Not Inc.), at 215 N.W. l-'nd Ave., intends to register said nawie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIDNEY MARKS KE8SLBB OARS Attoi ne) s for Applw sat 17K2 W Flagler St. 12/17-24-31 — 1/7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 174*97 ALLAN W. JOHNSON, plantifl, vs. EVELYN JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: EVELYN JOHNSON c/o A Risby M2S Noi th 12th Street Philadelphia IS, Penna. Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above named Court and serve a copy thereof upon IRWIN s. CARS. Attorney for Plaintiff, 1782 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, on or before the 13th dav of January, IMS. Dated. December 10. 1954. E H LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM, W. SToCKINC. fC'rrult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 12/17-24-31 — 1/7 ^^__ CE UNDER FICIITIOU* NAME LAW E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that reigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of K TELEVISION RADIO. Sunset Drive, Coral Gables, lends to register said name Clerk of the Circuit Court of unt *. Florida. HARRY SHAPIRO, owner SHAPIRO & F1UED for Applicant .In ltd 1/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In DUslneSS under the fictitious name of PENGUIN HOTEL, at 111* Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register iald name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dude Count v, Ftorida. is) LILLIAN WEINBLATT FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO By Samuel W. Shapiro Attorneys for Lillian Weinblatt 1^' %  .•till — 1/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undel tile fictitious II.'' %  • LEE s HA; SIK iP. LEE s LUGGAGE SIP IP; l. E E s LEATHER! II •• >l >S LEES HANDBAGS; LEE'S LAOS ,v JEWELRY; LEE'S HANDBAGS AND LUGOKGF:; LEES HANI'KAOs A LBATHERGOODB; LEE'S M'OOAGF. AND" IJEATHBROOODH, at 121 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida, intend to reglstei said name with the Clark of tincircuit Court of Dd< County. Florida, PEN BALZMAN LEE BALZMAN i 'o-p.iit ners GEORGE J T \LI ANi 'I I'. ESQ. Attorne) foi Applli anl v_'u Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ha. 1II — I 7-li--'l NOTI NOTIC the unde business MtiHAU at 141 Fla., Int with the Dade Co BERICK AttOI lleV 42U Lin. 12/24-31 rThood to Meet Jacob Sisterhood will rrteet ^day, Jan. 12. Theme of the im will be "Every Little Merfdames Louis Shafkin tiva Chill will lead the disi 7S*Z GUST BROS RVi / %  I I,, lit s / ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY* APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUN. M A I MARION C M


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.JANUARY 7. 1955 *Jt*ri9ti n*rk0hf! PAGE 9 A 160 Club Installs Ben Zion Ginsburg sbur reau president Board Ginsburg. Miami Beach civic figure, was install it of the 100 Club at its ual banquet Wednesday e Rubaiyut room of the el. arh Mayor Harold Shas installing officer. is secretary of the Buwish Education, vice if the Miami Beach Realtors, member of the Council o f Miami former president of the h Apartment Associaliccrs installed were annum, first vice pres%  gc B. Keller, second lit; Helen Alpert, extary; and N. Peter %  n be Hostess frhnr Landman's %  tzvali BLandman will become during services of the Synagogue on Saturday morning, Jan. 8. %  Arthur is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Landman. 512 SW 7th ave.. Miami. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends Ada Merritt Junior High School, where he is a member of the UH Binsquad and library staff ^pilditmn. Arthur assists itenance of the schools ire projectors, red his religious trainfntnwn Synagogue with lr. in will follow the cerehome. Among hosts sister, Cynthia, and ;. Mrs. Rose Landman, BlY., and Mrs. and Mrs. fcerMiami. guests will include Joe Katz, Mr. and Krantz and Mrs. Mary all of Brooklyn, and %  anI Tockar, Mrs. Mary Ster I Mrs. Laura Isaacs, ArHts. of Miami. B ler Bar Mi tzvah dward Schuster, son of r>. Jerry Schuster, will r Mitzvah at the North sh Center on Saturday, ccptinn will take place at the home of his Tits, Mr. and Mrs. Jack fc5 Lake View dr., Miami k *.) \ I i-ii..u. by Werner-Kahn |ore Ronald Unger, son of and Mrs. Irving Unger, Euclid ave., will become [Mitzvah during Saturday ling services of Kneseth ll Congregation. A stuat Miami Beach High >1, Isadore is a member lie band there and attends 3th Israel religious )1. Rabbi Jonah Caplan Cantor Abraham Seif [officiate, with a reception "ing the ceremony. Brooks, treasurer. The 100 Club was formed two years ago, with membership limited to one person from each branch of mercantile, professional and civic endeavor. lea Zion Ginsburg Representatives of the Men's Club and the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El meet to plan a dance which they will sponsor jointly Saturday night. Jan. 8, on the rooftop garden of the Shelborne hotel. Standing (left to right) are Allen Goldberg, president of the Men's Club, Irving Firtel, Irving Schatzman, Benjamin Greene, Ju les Channing, Milton Sirkin. Julius J. Perlmutter, Sam Katz. Seated are Mike Salmon, Mrs. Ben Greene, Mrs. Jules Channing. Al Ossip and Mrs. Allen Goldberg. Films on Israel Coral Gables Zionist District will meet at the Coral Gahles Jewish Center on Wednesday evening, Jan. 12. Showing of some of the most recent films on Israel is scheduled. Combined Dance Due Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah and Temple Israel Young Adult Group are holding their fir-t an nual combined dance at the Monte Carlo hotel on Jan. 9 evening. Hebrew School Meeting Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a board meeting on Tuesday evening. Jan. 11, it has been announced by If. M. Drewitch. president. f* — -^ Thanks a million.. 76 TIMES! You, Greater Miami, have made it possible for us to grow from a very small financial venture to a 76-million-dollar institution of thrift. We are looking forward in 1955 to many more of you opening insured savings accounts. Thank you again for making Miami Beach Federal one of the largest savings and loan associations in the South.


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W, 1 p OPENED AtMMf'S PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL AID PROGRAM
Dear Friend' Means You're Needed
rttcr dated January 5, 1939, and tt began, "Dear friend"
d not an ordinary "Dear Friend" letter
^signed beneath the polite "Very sincerely u.ur-." in
;ld hJBd. were the names "Stanley (' Myers, President" and
"Baron de Hirseh Meyer, Campaign Chairman."
Bear u,i- 19;)!) the time of Hitler, of terror, privation and
Hi Jews were threatened and foundations of freedom
imbled beneath the thunder of the Iron boot.
These
as the
greater
iictedl
goal 185,150
And then,
ers stepped
way.
The "Dear
red^Hj
Publicity
And it
the daysand this
d time when the
Jewish Federation
it fund-drivethe
now. Jewish lead-
ard to lead the
nd" letters refer-
in Federation's
nt Press Book.
ie thing: that the
handful B*re devoted men
Who conducted that
axsBrst e Bin 1939 are still in-
bued with
of helping
strew
The
same deep feeling
Die in need and
ir Jewish commu-
that the mod-
Thei_
National
has focuse
upon the
dr
'$ Council
ram for Blind
ry Schools
liami section of the
of Jewish Women
service programs
Ition of blind chil-
?ounty. The grouo
est sum of $65,150 was sought to
support only 22 agencies. And rec-
ords prove they surpassed their
goal.
Ten years later, in 1949. the drive
raised over a million dollars to
help twice as many agencies.- And
in 1954, more than 9,000 people
contributed $1,350,000 to the big
all-inclusive drive benefiting 54
causes.
And who were these pioneers in
the field of community welfare
who believed in their city, in the
wondrous growth of Jewish life, in
the strength of unified action?
Let's look along the left margin
of our letter. Here is Stanley C.
Myers, president. He served as
first president in 1938 and again
in 1940. Myers is now 1955 Feder-
ation president.
First vice president is D. J. Apte;
second vice president is Harry Si-
monhoff, and Sam Blank is listed
as treasurer. Elry Stone is secre-
tary, and Baron de Hirseh Meyer,
campaign chairman. We find M. J.
Kopelowitz. budget chairman.
In those days, the Federation
j office was located in Room 317 of
eVdf'a community thf S***8" b'dg M, *P"S^"'
i -i l.i ill I.. 1 iliTik ni.iiiiln nl iitl'UPi
iven by the Miami i a bridge ,ab,e' a C0UPle o chairs'
has paid for $2,500 "n:' window, old-fashioned window
1 equipment and shades some files terribly
the blind and pre-1 crowded quarters. Old-timers say
dren The Council ..,here wasn., e h room t0
acher training in ..
scholarships, and j cnane v,,ur mmd
ren abroad It may be interesting to see just
the Council also I who those "old-timers" were. Many
cans and displaced are top-level campaigners to this signers said sixteen years ago is
9 come to live in ... .
conduct English day-some have drifted off. moved
away, passed on. Others continue
to give and work each year.
Let us return, for a moment, to
the "Dear Friend" letter and
Prank Corat, Leo Eisenstein (the
dynamic chairman of many CJA
Real Estate Divisions), Leon Elkin,
Herbert U. Keibelman. M B Frank,
Milton A Friedman, Sol S Gold-
strum, Isaac Levin (pioneer B'nai
B'ri:h leaden Mrs, Benjamin Le-
vme. .1 Gerald Lewia, Joseph I.
Lipton, Mrs. B. H. I-ondon. Harry
Markowitz, Mrs. Ida Opfner. Max
On>vitz. (a Federation president In
1945. president of Mt. Sinai Hospi
tal) Sidney H. Palmer, Mrs Meyer
Schwartz. Jacob Sher (a campaign
chairman in 1944). J. Louis Shoch-
et. Mrs. Bernard Simon, Harry Sir-
kin, (member of Federation's
board of governors, president of
Temple Emanu-El) and William
Taradash.
No wonder Federation has suc-
ceeded. It planned and built well.
Keen minds and strong hearts had
seen to that. And. as we know, the
edifice called the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation today encom-
passes more than 60 organizations,
and stands strong and solid for a
sound Jewish familya vital, grow-
ing community.
People like Paul Harriett. George
Chertkof, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs.
Max Dobrin. Rabbi Moses Mesche-
loff and I L. Mintzer who appear
as "Organization Delegates" in our
letter these, and many more,
worked endless hours, building
Federation.
And Dr. Milton Saslaw. Sidney
L. Segall, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Nath-
an Zalka and Louis Zeientzthey,
too, gave time and energies to see
an ideal thrive.
There were many more, to be
sure. But the "Dear Friend" let-
ter could not name them all. Some-
how we know they were there, al
ways ready.
History proved that what the
Bureau of Jewish Education currently celebrates its 13th anni-
versary in Miami. Here, youthful students peer at Hebrew
books in one of the 20-odd religious schools throughout the
area that work with the Bureau, a Federation agency, in of-
fering a carefully prepared curriculum of studies in Hebrew
language, customs, history and other subjects. Bureau of
Jewish Education also offers courses in its Hebrew High
School, at tl\e University of Miami and through adult educa-
tion programs.
the newcomers in
I community. The
H> program is sup-
Is from the Council
^e.Md-nt of the Coun-
If. Kanner, and
n maintains offices
ave. Miss Minnie
KUtive secretary.
Jewish Appeal in-
ncil as one of its
Ties
ex
amine the list called "Board of Di-
rectors at Large." The group is al
phaU'tie.,1 Nathan Adelman. R. R.
Adler. Abe Aronovitz, (yes, the
Mayor of Miami) Benjamin Bron-
ston (the L941 president of Feder-
ation!. Mrs Ida Buckstein, Dr.
true today. In Israel, Europe and
the Middle East, there is rising
tension, a threat to freedom, dan-
ger. The letter says: "Jews across
the MM throughout the United
States are watching Miami.
This il the first campaign We
can not fail We MUST NOT fail."
The wondrDus. dedicated names
listed there in 1939 know the Com
bined Jewish Appeal will carry for-
ward to triumph in 1955
Residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged relax in an atmos-
phere geared for fruitful and creative living. With over 60
residents, the Home recently added a new wing which will
offer facilities for some 30 additional aged persons. A Federa-
tion agency, its outlook will be largely shaped by community
participation in the 1955 CJA campaign.
lews Of Near East Look To Combined Appeal For Their Salvation
"Jl J j
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IS: The eyes of these newcomers in Israel focus on the construction of new hous-
the most acute needs of the more than 100,000 immigrants still living in transient
hacks. American Jews this year can help meet this need and speed Israel's for-
toward economic independence through Increased support of the United Jewish
On August 3, 1954, in the MorOC-
can town of I'etitjean. there WSJ a
flare-up of mob violence When or-
der was finally restored, six Jews
Wi rc dead. There has been no re-
currence of this pogrom-like out-
break since then, thanks to the vig-
ilance of th However, the memory of it can
not he erased, nor can the .lews
now in North Africa escape the
feeling that a "cold" terror shim-
mers in the hot sun of the cities
and the remote mountain villages.
The threats of violence are ag-
gravated by the fact that in North
Africa the vast majority of Jews
live on the thin margin of a crum-
bling economy. A depression, such
as the one currently plaguing Mo-
rocco, has a disastrous impact on
the Jews who are pushed to the
very edge of starvation ami de-
spair. Thus, the extremely difficult
economic condition for most Jews
in North Africa, the gradual con-
striction of their opportunities for
earning even the most meager live
, lihood. make emigration a compel-
ling necessity.
Currently at least 30.000 Jews
wish to migrate as soon as possible
and. barring unforeseen circum-
stances, are to be brought to Israel
next year.
Present plans call for the trans-
fer of about 22,000 Jews from Mo-
rocco and 8,000 from Tunisia.
The people themselves as they
step down the gangplank will be
happy and excited. But, actually,
many will be undernourished and
ghetto life. Thus the immigrants
from North Africa will require the
utmost in terms of attention and
help to heal and absorb them. For-
tunately the) come to a land where
the) will receive Mich aid.
Each immigrant family, on en-
terms; the country, receives house-
hold noods. tree medical insurance
for a period of three months, a
mall cash urant and. if enroute to
agricultural settlements, enough
food fortthe first few days. During
1955 such assistanct will be ex-
tended to about 6.000 families at a
cost of S106 per family.
Despite all of Israel's advances,
there still exists a tragic tug of-war
between new projects and long de-
ferred social needs. Officials of the
UIA agencies, and other bodies
concerned with the country's de-
velopment, are faced with a taxing
and difficult decision: Shall they
allocate funds for immediate assist-
ance to newcomers or shall these
funds be earmarked for long-range
development to advance the coun-
try economically and so ultimately
integrate these same immigrants'"
The situation of the maarbaroth
is an example of such a choice.
This life-saving program, and
also the work of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and other UJA ag-
encies, can go forward only if
American communities through
their local campaigns, give to the
umost. Greater Miami is ready to
do its partto give and workin
behalf of the 1955 Combined Jew-



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1IDAY. JANUARY 7. 1955 jk #f fhurtriiT PAGE 3 A 'ioneer Women Ian Schedule The Talpiot Farm (or Agricul iral Research will receive the proeds from the wedding anniverdinner Mrs. William Malmuth planning for Club II when they I honor Mr. and Mrs. Nathan okspan on Saturday evening. 1. 8 in Harfenist restaurant. Can] Bernard Kelemer will enter anti Mrs. Mania Shubow, culi nil chairman, will read original rti> Contest Winners Cited i Dinner to Feature Tercentenary Theme Essay on Theodore Herzl by San-1 "Saga t,. Three Hundred Yean of dra Schaps, student at the North | Jewish Settlement,'' a musical Shore Jewish Center religious dramatization, depicting highlights school, was the winning entry in of Jewish history in America.-will the "Modern Maccabee" contest | be presented by the 60 voice thor author of the cantata, and Miriam Donnerstag, Academy musical director. Mrs. Gersbon Miller, dramatic* director, will be in charge of the complete program. sponsored by the North Shore Zionist District last Sunday. Two imaginative pictures, one ,i painting of a Menorah by Gail Kollin and the other a portrait of two modern Israeli Maccabees by Judy Klinger tied for second place. Judges Sheldon Lelchuk. presi dent of the District, Irving Shalom. which is now being celebrated '.hioughout thi' country. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, revealed this week that the presentation will portray lu.ougii song, musk and dance the contrii buttons ol the Jewish people to the j democratic way ol life suit' their arrival in New Amsterdam in ti ict will have a luncheon at the lgs< Raleigh hotel on Wednesday, Jan. Report from Israel Miami Beach Israel Zionist Disi secretary and faculty member of further recognition of Talpiot ; he hch(to]i and Abraham 3. C.ittel for Agricultural Research. ^_ priric pa ,, aW8ra >d third prize Louis Beckerman present m Karen Mfchaelson for an orlg unced that Club I has pledged jna m on the contest s tneme roceeds from their third anbanquet to go to this new | ., _. sity research center. The af-! Beth David Sisterhood us of (be Hebrew Academy ;it its WVi nth annual dinner Feb (i m the DiLulo hotel B. I. Binacr, president of th;Academy, stated that this year'i function, expected to attract morel Original musical compositions 12. Philip Salmon ichairman, and than 000 gWSta, will be dedicated for the script have been arranged Chart** H Lee will read an Israel to American Jewish Tercentenary by Jack Donnerstag. theorist and news report. nil be at the Hotel Astor on iy evening. Jan. 16. %  seeds of Golda Myerson Slates Member Luncheon Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual member-bring-a-member s dessert-card party wW also unchcon at (hc home of Mrs Ha rr the Talpiot Farm. Mrs. Son, 220 ^^ Miamj ave ,bb.ns .President. as,listed by ; J Jan noon Rose Marks, plans this party j CommMee in charge o[ arrange rhursday nponjan. 13 a Wa are ne Mes IS cafeteria. 200 E. Flagler ft. damcs Gordon HmU Ka z Frank when Kadimah Chapter A Rose, Richard Herold. Edward ers and their friends partake \ Gordon. Ida Hartz, Max Bergman, fsmorgasbord dinner, planned Homer Rievman, Bert Sher and Irs. Ida Meyers and Mrs. Fred Max Handshu. |er for Sunday evening, Jan. Beth David Auditorium, they vill pool their ptoceeWs fdr t Farm. Assisting with the %  hements are the Mesdames | Blacker, Max Fishman. K. in, Ada Jacobson. Rose If, Moses Meyer, Ann Bisgeier. fRoduh and Harry' Stone. Mrs. •Goldman and Mrs. Albert er are cooking up some suri entertainment for this event. Dance Due Sunday Masada Miami Beach Young Adult Zionist District will present its first dance of the new year, on Snday night. Jan. 9, in the Terrace room of the Seagull hotel. Miss Marcella Waldstein is chairman of the affair. Assisting Miss Waldstein are Marilyn Sanders, Sybil Kaplan. Sam Soldinger, Harriet Shure. LilHarold Shapiro, Kadimah lian Bans. Jerry Miller, president 1 *r study group chairman, is 1 the second meeting for this BTseries of discussions on the )e "Life in Israel Today" at the of Mrs. Leo Goldman. 2895 th ave.. for Tuesday evening, 11. Papers on language, litre and journalism will be preby the Mesdames Shapiro, | Meyer, Albert Berson, Cele Band Albert Shkolcr. Hj>bi Max Shapiro, former Beth spiritual leader, who recentui ned to Miami following a through South America and will be guest speaker at the ah Chapter meeting Thursvening. Jan. 13. at the Miami


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LY, JANUARY 7. 1955 +Jewish fk>ricfkn PAGE 5 B Motion Names Rabbi Lehrman President bi Irving Lehrman, spiritual [ of Temple Emanu-El, was inas president of the Rabbini^sociation of Greater Miami. announced early this week. [Alfred Waxman, of the West Jewish Center, became the lation's new secretary. bin Lehrman is a member of ibbinic Cabinet of the Jewish logical Seminary of America, lirman of the Southeast area fabbi lrvim$ Lehrman United States for the AmerTi'chnion Society and is on its Dal board of directors. also serves on the national I of directors of the Council of Hias Service and is a mem|f the National Commission on MIS Organizations of the NaEj Conference of Christians and kbi Lehrman is now working rijunction with the American ncal Society on a research of the early history of the kli community of Florida. t>bi Lehrman succeeds Rabbi April, of Miami Hebrew and Congregation. Home Auxiliary >rs Mrs. Cohen later Miami Women's Auxillo the Jewish Home for the honored Mrs. Isidore Cohen, 9er and Miami pioneer, at a inn last week in the Algiers me 400 women saw Mrs. Sol nn,m, pro.-ident, present Mrs. with a gold necklace. D^ram was arranged by Mrs. Makov.xky and included an (nal poem by Mrs. Sarah Czech. Sit or Phomt Mm NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-9981 lift INSURANCE MUDS %  trapalitM Ufa lataraetce Co. %  iuaya. BM., If W. Fkjflkrl 41 LEADING NON-FATTENING SWEKTINIR SUOAKINIi P.rf.cl for d.lin.l OUAIANTHO NON-fATTININOI Co.clrtdl On* 4-OI. botn* iw.ilwi more tfc 70( <-• ol coffee or ... FOB KITCHIN AND TAIL! USil Sugo r,n e AT ALL rOOD Mlllll ARE YOU F A R B L U N J E T ? FREE Send today for yr free copy of k* wonderful new Jewish -English Handbook of Familiar Jewish Paras aaol Exprossians". Saa ToraitHi/ei" M MMja 34; aba TiafcmtMjaaata". Saa "Mackaa A ktiaik" on poae 4. Saa 222 Jewish nil, expressions, definitions, M, ate. Fun, lawflbf, edacationol the whole family. far ymr free copy, write to: J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK fALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK Spock Advises Family Service Agency Aid Severe children's problems can often be resolved by troubled parents if they avail themselves of the help offered by local family service agencies, according to Dr. Benjamin Spock in an article entitled, "Dr. Spock Talks With Mothers," in the January issue of the Ladies Home Journal. Mrs. Leo Ackcrman. president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, this week said that Dr. Spock s advice to parents should be made generally available "in order to bring solutions to a lot of perplexed people." Such matters as a severe feeding problem, an extremely willful child and infants who cry all day can often be beyond the best skill of the well-intentioned parent, Mrs. Ackerman explained, adding that Dr. Spock advises understanding discussion between parent and someone skilled in counseling. "Most likely to be helpful," the Ladies Home Journal article reveals, in a city or town ... is a family social agency Many people don't think of turning to a family social agency when there ;:re behavior or emotional problems, in the mistaken belief that such an agency is only for those of low income. "The best agencies are eager to help families on any economic level and consider counseling their most vital contribution." ^PRODUCTS {JUNE National Jewish War Veterans Commander Joe Bard, of Washington, D.C., is greeted by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro at a luncheon honoring Bard in the Delano hotel last week. Berger in Talk Herbert Berger, extension activities director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discussion "Development of the Zionist Movement" at a meeting of Ben-Gurion Branch. Farband, on Wednesday evening. Jan. 12. at Beth El Congregation. Dr. Harry H. Queen, cultural chairman, will introduce the guest speaker. 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%  ,000 LOCAL CIA GOAL liBwwiisbJEIIiOjpidliiaun NATIONAL LEADERS AT BEACH AUDITORIUM MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1955 SECTION B Community Rally Mobilizes 1955 Combined Appeal knal message from T SAt J. HEIMAN, chairman %  COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL %  or Rapid Effort in Greater Miami fc ^Jinety-Day Campaign to Mark Furd Dr v> Support of Local; National, Overseas Needs Id the World in 90 Pays"' is the"striking IUVJIUK of person* in Greater Miami, de %  nu t<> Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei %  nunclassic, indicates the length of the Idge to CJA will perform miracles of me |f 55 important agencies," said Heiman. m and children on many continents." impaign chairman announced that comm of a swift-moving 90-day drive in which enough volunteers, each willing to do r Jan. 13," said Heiman. He reiterated cover the number of prospects in the ablishment of a 90-day time limit on the who assured Heiman they preferred a new note of a mailing piece shortly to he distribpicting the story of the Combined Jewish Appeal, man, this slogan, a derivative from the title of Jules 1955 fund drive, rcy around the entire globe, save lives and support These institutions give new hope to thousands of unity leaders had shown an overwhelming response to achieve the CJA goal of $1,350,000 his small share, we can complete this campaign in tha.t about 3.000 campaigners would be needed sue Dade County Jewish community. drive received approbation of hundreds of CJA shorter, streamlined campaign men to Enrol! 2,500 Voluntecs McDaniel Will Reveal Personal Experiences in Near East Area Bmce McDaniel, will be one of the feature speakers at the Combined Jewish Appeal Community Assembly" Thursday evening, Jan. 13. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. (See complete story Page 1A.) McDaniel is hailed by top Israeli figures as the man who has helped to achieve "a modern mircle" in the economic reouilding of the republic of Israel. Appointed m 1951 as director of the l nitcri States Operation Mission for economic aid to Israel, he headed and directed the work of a corp of American experts and the expenditure of almost $200,000,000 of U.S. grants-in-aid toward giving a new impetus and technical direction to the industrial and agricultural development of tsrael. Within three short years McDaniel saw the State of Israel come out of a severe austerity period, develop an export program that reached to one third of its imports. set down miles of pipeline for the irrigation of deserts arid since Bib, liral days and put thousands of new [aCMta under cultivation. With the ] help of his mission and technicians j experimental crops of cotton, soy bean and tobacco were graduated to the export stage; dams are be! ing completed for power and irrigation. ;tnd more dams are on blue I print; Operations Mission scholarship.helped to equip and train skilled workers and technicians. Other Mis UHI activities contributed to the expansion of Israel's railroad system, industries and public health. The most colorful | Mission operation of all. "Operation Cowboy," under the tutelage of American cowhands, is training Israel herdsmen to ride, rope and graze steers to put more meat on the Israel housewife's table. McDaniel is no behind-t he-desk administrator. He spent most of his Continued on Page 2 B Miam i Leaders Assume Top Drive Positions CAMPAIGN DIVISION CHAIRMEN These are the men and women who will lead the Greater Miami Jewish community during the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. With the help o£ their fellow workers they revealed this week that "we shall stand shoulder to shoulder with campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman and lend our strength to achieving the ultimate goal." General Campaign Chairman Sam J. Heiman Initial Gifts Chairman Carl Weinkle Pace Setters Sam Friedland Winter Residents Hotels Motels Finance and fnvestments Food and Services Professions and Manufacturing Retail and Zone Councils Community Mobilization Women's Division Flying Squadron Special Assignments Miami Beach Merchants Apartments Mrs Jack Carner Morris Lansburgh David Porvin Leo Ackerman Lao Chaikin John Serbin Aaron Kravitz George Chertkof Samuel Simonhoff Abe Kurman M. J. Kopelowitz Leo Eisenstein Daniel M. Broad en's Division of the rish Appeal has been See last summer mnpfor an unprecedented •vents in 1955. The ras direct recipient of (formation on Federa bttions to local agency fhen thr division sponsow Your Neighbor— Community" affair is headed by Mrs. Irva former CJA diviItiourecruitment un' being scheduled by 1 Simonhoff, chairman, to enlist 2.500-volunteers wh'i will participate in "Community Day." late in March According to advance information Issued by Mrs. Simonhoff, this door-to-door drive will be the most comprehensive and coordinated single da> project in the history of CJA. MIJack A. Ablin is chairman of Pace Setters and Patrons, and Mrs "Aaron Farr will head the, Sponsors event this year. Mrs Louis K. Goldman is in charge of the Miami Coral Gables Pace Setters function, and Mrs.; Moe Feingold will head the "Year" luncheon. Other chairmen and committees' will be announced short I> In the offing are definite plans for brilliant social affairs featurContinuod on Pago 4 B Mrs. Jnhaefceff Ciertkor Kurmum Koptlowifx £ is emtt tin Bro*4



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A %  < : : i : PAGE 2 S Local Federation Agencies Serve Miami n Many Important >ty ran Story of Mount Sinai Hospital Highlishts Community Growth earen una. hv ya> ki~. M "he rt • %  7! ." %  i B %  • %  the 1 %  %  I Bureau of Jewish Education Helps 23 Religious Schools Serve Youth, Adult Needs tfica • -x.ste--.ee. rjture • M of the Hare local resiMt Sinai as two %  TEEN AGERS ADULTS. GOLDEN AGERS ... %  %  unit ai attend practical nu • %  : %  GMJCC Offers Area Ccr.pLt; Leisure-Time Activity P.ogram ... %  it 31 wort-hop1 Mount S e approved t 4 Jewish Social Service Offers Guidance to f t Persons Needing Sa^. The Jewish 8 ,! Ser*. reau serves a du-l funetiT (amity aeniu vocational sen The famil> -\ic famine* .ind personal q„. the family well being Ta Acrk md inafion The P.ur i c:*\ assistance win ne American* ..... •• p,^ ni.n resufc %  • \ social research ,ooaoacti N arty 800 !..• ugh the agei tram la-t year (tver Mi cants received help m tin' tional Service l>.-p.irt meat N\i-h Social Son %  Burot) the Jcwi-h B0poll m afl( rt-ra..jn anraptorial PW UiOl t' develop -urh %  • this area ('resident I Mr* Kxecutiw (iirectar iA r.'>r A major pori :supplied through the Coats! Jewish Appeal Thf ofl agnej) are located in the &aa| bM| Miami .rei l their full work %  %  %  %  %  i %  i %  %  With two branches in the area, as well as Community Center annually serves SI LZ ?' ex,ension s "es. the Greater v pon,:.,,, Qg ,— ~. GM,CC „. a^A-ssfti* l^dSSS %  %  i %  %  ,iulRr i w„l fcn* i ,. Couple about to seek rar.4 T ^ Ice:B -rvi-FK guidance at JSSB. Thu %  • v eration agency serves com* ; %  %  ton Sirkifl less P* !" *"** throughout the j ,, ni ) year, offering aid to thedj ropp 1assistant dire* I placed, disturbed and baafr tor. capped. Community Rally Mobilizes 1955 Combined Jewish Aopdi Bruce McDaniel Mr iff Reveal Near last fxp*** assembly. McDaniel will c00, jf'! his country-wide tour in beaan the United Jewish Appeal. McDaniel was born in the WJ of Minonk. DJ. and planned M come a scientific farmer He raw ed agricultural school hut *< !" to law. He fought and awou"** as a private in the First World %  and was cited. After the *• became general manager of the tton's largest fruit and V**?, growing combines, in charge J phases from cultivation to wide distribution. The World War found him In UAI tey Government. reh^bilB* war tern areas in the ****** Allud Armies' advance in rfJ He returned a colonel wit Bronze Star. Croix deGucrre. a Chevalier de Legion DTlonne* He makes his hotne with hi. !" at Redlands. Cal.. where ui %  £ tion to private legal P rK *** 4l i finds time to pursue, at fit ^*l his bobby of skindiving *na H la hi .lr 0t %  %  III \V( Bd f Is Cont.nod from P <9 1 B toe in the (,eld-got so,! unde* 2 -and concrete on his to It that the entire Sort T* ,H partn,?r h 'P Joint Unted M 0 T erM,eBU f '"* %  : ^s % %  : r '• d use it after the --;f.n,h..., The AnHne.n^J <;< patched teru.n i i I 1 coun""-hMel>a n ; f• 1 : ( v ;" 1 P'-nn-rs PbaMng ,nd -rtm rtN n,he McI)an,T 1 h a >?n p n,S,r; "" U w K i %  htiL n ?. c m p^' P ilW JA mg adventure stories.



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•TODAY. IAKUABY ?. r. IA!tCA?Y 7 W55 Car^ai*, For $1,350,000 Shapes Up As Critical Peri I • • : -aner yriiiK n.f mm* rwm ACT rv mis r,„ ,-km-rr Dr-*-0M* StfcffffiM P--^ -% %  I • %  • %  %  .... 1r**< C-.:/•far 5*s*? C-r.e THRU WHC '.' • ~'-'f si*? !" d %  "•=* ; 5*e*rs tf Cr C:: ?: is P :-• :%  c on aftiraocr. =! ak | • .-re in is:: ; "ewish Appeal 3 %  :—ed fcr cr.d tra-nec '.: =ecgijfl Hi = c: the furore. .... Miami Beoch Meefings Mop 1955 CJA A^fhrrfies %  • %  bemi at the residence of Carl im\ % % %  kind. 4501 Nratihu dr. in Hi Sti Je '-.--. 6 1 • %  =-=. John Stanley Grauel. tuccA ; --• %  ctor of tne American Cnnsofl •: %  %  .. • vere ht Palestine Co— jflin. a> >1***H 4554 A | both occasions. ii i/ o if in e ft r il i a 11 y in r i t v d f i It 1 OMMIMTY ASSEMBLY optninq I h v 19.',; Hi,, rum no i p a i a n of th <0)IIU\HH -WniSH APPEAL Thmrxaay. January I ?. t : 1 Miami Rparh Auditorium P-m SPEAKERS RABBI ABBA HIUEl SILVER MR. BRUCE McDANIEL Col! 58-4331 for reserved tickets No solicitation of funds iM %  %  "* mm! ,,.(,. .to "ANUr c. MYERS, „„*„, G" Mii km Mmmm



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PAGE 2 A vjcHistinvridtofL FRIDAY, IANUARY 7 195s Dr. Gamoran Slated To Speak at Bureau Of Education Affair Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, director of the Commission on Jewish Education ui the Union ol American Hebrew Congregations and nationally known educator and lecturer, will address Ihe board of directors ui the Bureau oi Jewish Education on Mondaj evening, Jan, 10, al the Bureau building. Dr. Gamoran, who has recently returned from a six-month lecture tour ui Israel, will discuss "What is Riyht and What i> Wrong With Jewish Education in America."' iir. Gamoran Habeen eni in education since 1914, when he lire.line educational director of the Circle ol Jewish children m America. In 1924. he received hiPhD degree at Teachers College, Columbia Universitj lie has assumed outstanding positions in Jewish and general education until he entered hipresent position, which he has held since 1923 His name appearin "Who's Who in America," and he was cited in 194") for outstanding achievement in American Jewish education, The heard meeting will also include tin' presentation of certificates to the six Miami candidates who passed the international Hebrew Jerusalem examination administered locally bj the Bureau of Jewish Education The -i\ candidates include Sarah i 'ohen tor Ben le Keli mer cum laude), Nina Lazebnik, Cl bman (cum laude), Samuel Bogelbaum and Naomi Yanitch, The agenda will al-o include reports bj Mrs Glasser on the recent Kith anniversar> dinner and a r< port bj Mrs Joseph Duntov on the n k Month, Dr. Gamoran will also address a meeting of the Jewish teachers ol Greater Miami to be held on Jan 16 at Temple Israel, ADL Program Set By Bench Lodge / _. ,i... \, %  i ,.. : month 1 %  pre Dr. Imonuel Gamoran Youth to Attend Leadership Rally Beginning with a rail) Tuesday, Jan. io. the B Branch, Greater Miami Jewixh Community Center, and the Youi Adult Jewish Council ol South Florida iil launch its "Opi i \l 0 E project, a leadership I --inn for young adultAdopting Ihe theme ol "Making i trganizations Effective," the i eil hopeto bring to members ol itconstituent bodies a knowledge oi the techniques and methods which will make their or lions function successfully. Public ri lations, programi leadership techniques, community service, and practical application ui these theories will be tin > tent el Ihe institute. Promi lay and ; ommunity %  vi ..1 lead th' institute. h •((>< it I l'h„ lenu •'' ,| "' i„ i I l i Mian ol Miami He.ah I charge ol thi ch i> I VDL di i ,,..... J 1 U>l commissioner and past : ,1, in o| Miami Beach Lodge, will Ihi nat onal Aid I the meet %  Proceeds for School sister | : the Mian I s, I, II '""" *''" Ml i '," the nil Film to be Shown %  i, %  IF YOU SUFFER rM in MEVMM64A MUK/rrs i*i INSPECTION Call 2-1776 1 •! 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'. I ] \ > %  I • i1 i i T Z 3? i : + ifmiit fkr *0*r_ FRIDAY •^JAHTT tr riff; .*#ov#f> Charity Worker Spends Oodles To Make Sure Her Charity Shows rXjTJC O \ATIOSS VftVYf Internationalization of \\ Citv li< mains Critical I %  %  %  %  • %  • %  %  • %  %  %  ant tav wr "•* • • %  • %  %  6, ARTHUR LEWIS them for propaganda the oid one caau did not be part oc the Assde from •• brought Mp. U „.*? %  M jur the most ugmfJ ••r.e BfMl man} •he; Hi 4u*pp^g tu>* ea u a ti a n ai the u.-. L was the perennial one of a* M£^*J Se ( TclThe the olom• • tie backing of %  • %  %  • %  THf WORLD OF SPORTS i %  • %  %  %  • • • • %  • %  %  %  %  • Ball Pla>inj: Never Amounted to Anything But AI Rosen Will Get $30,000 This Year • -*.mg %  %  %  ... Is .... •• • : *-e s> S.or*., O-wnwt 227 p* •*• *f Cram PD tr>*i Br HILARY MINOLIN noo-Jei ." i • %  %  %  rt.tart.eJ -i hiaa Tbe repri s e r,betj Powers, in > %  %  Jj seemed to accept the nea^J resettlement of the r-fuaaaj countries to whteh they hail %  M tbe only % %  Mat] '.|fcJ ana. and their rpatnataoa seemed to be ae*J ce %  war, the r. .-iioaj mentioned of eeer and see me i I lark of rep at ri ation a as tfc., of all the trouble Appareathi Arab*,, with all their paaai blackmail, had got it ta sentatree* of the w• -. r -, and had been at.chaage their mine as the prapoiiJ eaaaa Some of the latter *• -• ( this Ute*-t lppc iin aaall they tried to explain tc tat an that the resolution ahouat hi Mdered merely a• posal" to eontinue the lead tions Relief and WorkAgrarfive years and that itexprea of opinion were wwdovdn and were of no importance at e\er At the last Asaemb!;. the eral issue that concerned 1 more than an* other edly the so-called "atoms peace" plan. The:that, of all the smaller caul the Jewish State has the gre interest in atomic ener bassador Abba S Khar. : in a noted speech before the cal Committee. Israel I 1 Frl 8:9 wil pa th< ice ins tic Ai cr se an 8: la • %  %  %  • • %  i %  ... from •• • : %  the roh • %  t hall •v Colwithin %  '1.1 -re jus. as starved of power. IM i tbtw had great rivers and hydro-elertr* %  -. C resources which could be ** —T, „ped. and atch for irrigation purposes ar.d a the l*nd could be turned to proda< milk and honey. It is little %  •* thanth, ,srae,hshou.de^ ant atomic enere I ligm a alone, but also t de-si The point that air l.D-r. matfl which impressed del*. -nd which was repeated b> (^V Malik of tbe Lebanon as thaltfl all the areas of tbe world the %  die East stood to profit most frail at.-mic energy. It was the %  %  and region of all, and. vheRMfl other areas, such as the Far Eaifl '••••• event %  • i %  %  %  %  %  %  #j,. ... • •. • • for ;;.. WfJJUiBFJMRn China Debate Reminds Col >uch interest in .the lUm '*l peace plan, they will rx : fb development cl. % %  %  ture Br NATHAN Z -: •. umnUl of Old. Forgotten Story rfnlaadwh •hat earau %  •n it .,. Pt lib. bom c, u ,l hun•1 other lunc%  lr to hold. •nth „ MM to Av the \ uun g ,„ heart and spirit, was the li'-*"* club that used to meet in %  ** %  rar>baaement. not aim* rausf the young bopefuf •* %  ] unfold wisdom and sagacii) "* primarily perhaps becaurf th'*j timate dream was to '* 'Tl proudly with feminie delict %  promise. — I We who came to the debiW club were youngsters n %  **] part from extremely (>r1h, ~rt| Jewuh homo, many of ave?fl I students and most of uP^l ng for harness to Jewi-h de Uoo. -i



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1 l\ %  UARY 7. 1955 k nisHforidiar PAGE ? B W, 1 p OPENED AtMMf'S PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONA L AID PROGRAM Dear Friend' Means You're Needed %  rttcr dated January 5, 1939, and tt began, "Dear friend"— %  D not an ordinary "Dear Friend" letter ^ %  signed beneath the polite "Very sincerely u.ur-." in ;ld hJBd. were the names "Stanley (' Myers, President" and "Baron de Hirseh Meyer, Campaign Chairman." Bear u,i19;)!) the time of Hitler, of terror, privation and Hi Jews were threatened and foundations of freedom imbled beneath the thunder of the Iron boot. These as the greater iictedl goal 185,150 And then, ers stepped way. The "Dear red^Hj Publicity And it the days—and this d time when the Jewish Federation it fund-drive—the now. Jewish leadard to lead the nd" letters referin Federation's nt Press Book. ie thing: that the handful B* re devoted men Who conducted that axsBrst e Bin 1939 are still inbued with of helping strew The same deep feeling Die in need and ir Jewish commuthat the mod%  T hei_ National has focuse upon the dr '$ Council %  ram for Blind ry Schools liami section of the of Jewish Women service programs Ition of blind chil?ounty. The grouo est sum of $65,150 was sought to support only 22 agencies. And records prove they surpassed their goal. Ten years later, in 1949. the drive raised over a million dollars to help twice as many agencies.And in 1954, more than 9,000 people contributed $1,350,000 to the big all-inclusive drive benefiting 54 causes. And who were these pioneers in the field of community welfare who believed in their city, in the wondrous growth of Jewish life, in the strength of unified action? Let's look along the left margin of our letter. Here is Stanley C. Myers, president. He served as first president in 1938 and again in 1940. Myers is now 1955 Federation president. First vice president is D. J. Apte; second vice president is Harry Simonhoff, and Sam Blank is listed as treasurer. Elry Stone is secretary, and Baron de Hirseh Meyer, campaign chairman. We find M. J. Kopelowitz. budget chairman. In those days, the Federation j office was located in Room 317 of eVdf'a community th f S*** 8 b dg M *P"S^"' i -i l.i ill I.. 1 iliTik %  ni.iiiiln nl iitl'UPi iven by the Miami i a bridge ,ab,e a C0U P le o£ chairs has paid for $2,500 n: window, old-fashioned window 1 equipment and shades — some files — terribly the blind and pre-1 crowded quarters. Old-timers say dren The Council .., here wasn ., e h room t0 acher training in .. • scholarships, and j cnan e v,,ur mmd ren abroad It may be interesting to see just the Council also I who those "old-timers" were. Many cans and displaced are top-level campaigners to this signers said sixteen years ago is 9 come to live in ... „ conduct English day-some have drifted off. moved away, passed on. Others continue to give and work each year. Let us return, for a moment, to the "Dear Friend" letter and Prank Corat, Leo Eisenstein (the dynamic chairman of many CJA Real Estate Divisions), Leon Elkin, Herbert U. Keibelman. M B Frank, Milton A Friedman, Sol S Goldstrum, Isaac Levin (pioneer B'nai B'ri:h leaden Mrs, Benjamin Levme. .1 Gerald Lewia, Joseph I. Lipton, Mrs. B. H. I-ondon. Harry Markowitz, Mrs. Ida Opfner. Max On>vitz. (a Federation president In 1945. president of Mt. Sinai Hospi tal) Sidney H. Palmer, Mrs Meyer Schwartz. Jacob Sher (a campaign chairman in 1944). J. Louis Shochet. Mrs. Bernard Simon, Harry Sirkin, (member of Federation's board of governors, president of Temple Emanu-El) and William Taradash. No wonder Federation has succeeded. It planned and built well. Keen minds and strong hearts had seen to that. And. as we know, the edifice called the Greater Miami Jewish Federation today encompasses more than 60 organizations, and stands strong and solid for a sound Jewish family—a vital, growing community. People like Paul Harriett. George Chertkof, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Max Dobrin. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and I L. Mintzer who appear as "Organization Delegates" in our letter — these, and many more, worked endless hours, building Federation. And Dr. Milton Saslaw. Sidney L. Segall, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Nathan Zalka and Louis Zeientz—they, too, gave time and energies to see an ideal thrive. There were many more, to be sure. But the "Dear Friend" letter could not name them all. Somehow we know they were there, al ways ready. History proved that what the Bureau of Jewish Education currently celebrates its 13th anniversary in Miami. Here, youthful students peer at Hebrew books in one of the 20-odd religious schools throughout the area that work with the Bureau, a Federation agency, in offering a carefully prepared curriculum of studies in Hebrew language, customs, history and other subjects. Bureau of Jewish Education also offers courses in its Hebrew High School, at tl\e University of Miami and through adult education programs. the newcomers in I community. The H> program is supIs from the Council ^e.Md-nt of the Coun%  If. Kanner, and n maintains offices ave. Miss Minnie KUtive secretary. Jewish Appeal inncil as one of its Ties ex amine the list called "Board of Directors at Large." The group is al phaU'tie.,1 Nathan Adelman. R. R. Adler. Abe Aronovitz, (yes, the Mayor of Miami) Benjamin Bronston (the L941 president of Federation!. Mrs Ida Buckstein, Dr. true today. In Israel, Europe and the Middle East, there is rising tension, a threat to freedom, danger. The letter says: "Jews across the MM — throughout the United States are watching Miami. This il the first campaign We can not fail We MUST NOT fail." The wondrDus. dedicated names listed there in 1939 know the Com bined Jewish Appeal will carry forward to triumph in 1955 Residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged relax in an atmosphere geared for fruitful and creative living. With over 60 residents, the Home recently added a new wing which will offer facilities for some 30 additional aged persons. A Federation agency, its outlook will be largely shaped by community participation in the 1955 CJA campaign. lews Of Near East Look To Combined Appeal For Their Salvation %  "Jl J j 1 IS: The eyes of these newcomers in Israel focus on the construction of new housthe most acute needs of the more than 100,000 immigrants still living in transient •hacks. American Jews this year can help meet this need and speed Israel's fortoward economic independence through Increased support of the United Jewish On August 3, 1954, in the MorOCcan town of I'etitjean. there WSJ a flare-up of mob violence When order was finally restored, six Jews Wi rc dead. There has been no recurrence of this pogrom-like outbreak since then, thanks to the vigilance of th


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^jenistfhri^i FT PAGE 2B A. Local Federation As*> Serve Mram, Story of Mount Sinai Hospital Hishlishts Community Growth i In Many Important ty From hotel I ter I %  %  %  %  h*M pan fcbI • he [ion %  supplier? %  • %  [j Bureau of Jewish Education Helps 23 Religious Schools Serve Youth, Adult Needs The 1 an • %  %  %  • .. th< 5 % %  :. er.i %  ii • %  • %  ... %  •• 10 .H". -earcli unit %  • • %  re into a n %  %  It w %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  • •. t Sn % %  n S \ t ii Hospiti • expect I I %  Otttrs Guidance t 0 fj rmmm Needing iHfk i •nodical and ,,,.!* future The Jewish Social c_J < %  %  •" mrm dm t !" *\ u,nuU ^ncTS vocational v \ to* family „ nif( '" deal 41 7 mil paraaoal r |Jes t,_ iha (anil) *< n U'ln* *J compllsherl Ihroufg BMJ u rk "iualiat prw J how ff ca Ttic 'Bureau rial BMartaao \• ,r Over* finr "Bai sufl tret T was Gre core goal A era way T re4 Bui Am haii ~ .K„ P'K"-am last year 0^5, local tea.ti()na *.„„, %  Mt. Sinai, as two farishjjocial bfwj %  • TffN AGIKS, ADULTS. GOLDiN AGHS the Jewish population ni IT Miami of stn GMJCC Offers Area Ccr,p!ct2 Leisure-Time Activity P.ogram • Is .1 I Ii frou| ether, their full arork \ericau • mal .'uria • %  additfc r in .'•• IT'. (1.1/ intxed and an I i hric • i ningi at • IMIUIKh .mil or home m I phi %  rts • • I | %  !. I 'I • n tal Conv Ml Milton Sirkm • ractor, and : ia.-istant direc2 A Jewish id nit! M. the community o aj| lant unmet n.. d is tb. concern of .ISM; I he i^J r*edera>.on an %  ties to devel. this ar.-.i *P i'r.-sident i MrLeg *iKxit'Utiw director i Aftalfl n..r A major i >• %  ; fl is supplied thn igfa th< Ha Couple abou' to set* t aj guidance at JSSB. TknW eration agency serv^j leu peraons thiougWl year. oHering aid to ^'l placed. diBturbed andT capped. Community Roily Mobiliztt 1955 Combine* Jewis* *rf* 1 Bruce McDoniel Will *•*-! Near lost lifi*\ Continued from Pee* 1 ft assembly. McDaniel '" APPJ McDaniel was bon, ,'* 1 Jrfj Of Minonk. ni nd V"*gk come a scientific r "*r3 ed afTlcultural -cnool ""^ to law. He fought nd J !" 3L aaa private in ,h, r ,rrt "I and was cited After • became general rnaaafaTa taw's targekt fruit iss growinc combines, ID phases from culmst** i. j.^niuii u>n i "*_ With two branches in the crec. as well as s. Community Center annually serves the reeds a? ,K **''? sitot *• Greater M through .ts programs embrac:ng cultural £ ^T^ f odul, youth and £ h groups to planned sessio-s (or -nts hi. J nd alhl< ^ ad vitiJ r an< i ,ft n ag*rs carefuUy developed to£^£^Z !" ^ ^--s E*. J^^W* Age participating agency. P^ogrcms. GMJCC is a G ;eater Mia* • T L ^ ofle field—got soil unde* h i %  ':-• rni Ul -nri concrete on his lo it that the entire partnership ..r joint '!'' ments of the 1 Israel, percolat"acUens t ^^ 1 n technician • ^h^red a ten] and I :'han |. Ij(ll l „ un ,,. rp r i ah uouldah*orb the Amerm* it ufter the > as finuhed The •4 l-rae| matched i '.th -counfund, and supplied planners • : „fort, on the MMwni and idnuniatrattv tavth h"in K completed ap:';'-> h ">-", of duty T. '•' SOU." raWb /'J'" this country and will h„ e,per,..nces .„ d work c*^ wide distribution World War found hia tary Government. war tern areas n* Allied Armies adt He returned a Bronie Star. I rott Chevalier de UP 0 He makes hiho"" at Redlandv l *'-V tion to private l ^*' finds time to P ur *T 1 his hobby of awdww 13 -Hair After the CIA ing adventure >***•