The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 29Number 2
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
OTS MAR GOV. COLUNS INAUGURAL
LI&OY WAS ELECTED
FLORIDA IS NOW
IN THE IJANDS OF
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lymous hate sheet which was distributed in the Florida
i Capitol building and elsewhere in Tallahassee on Jan.
te of the inauguration oi Hon. LeRoy Collins as Governor
Drida. Actual size oi the sheet is 3V SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
TALLAHASSEEThe distribution of anti-Semitic materials in the State Capitol building and else-
where in Tallahassee on the inauguration day of Florida Governor LeRoy Collins. Jan. 4. was this week
revealed to The Jewish Floridian by Gilbert J. Balkin, director, Florida Regional Office, Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Anonymous sheets, approximately I^"I4" in size, appeared in quantity here on inauguration day.
Written on the sheets were the words "LeRoy was electedFlorida is now in the hands of the Jewswatch
the wolves feedtwo years will be enough."
Also freely distributed at the same time at the se at of the State government and other locations in
Tallahassee were copies of the national hate sheets "Common Sense" and "The Coming Red Dictatorship,"
both published by New Jersey anti-
Semite Conde J. McGinley.
Vast quantities of the anti-Se-
mitic publications have been dis-
tributed all along in many areas of
Florida and elsewhere throughout
the country. Balkin stated. In the
February, 1954 issue of the Na-
tional ADL Bulletin, the back-
ground of McGinley was exposed.
The article reported that "Com-
mon Sense," subtitled "The Na-
tion's Anti-Communist Newspa-
per," has yet to publish a legiti-
mate, factual anti-Communist ar-
ticle.
"Editor McGinley is not addicted
to subtleties or innuendoes," Bal-
kin declared. 'His anti-Semitism
persists at gutter level. He makes
competent, if not skilled, use of
Jessel, Rabbi Lehrman, Dafni
To Address Capacity Initial
Gifts CJA Function Sunday
A brilliant social function will officially launch Greater Miami's
1955 Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday, Jan. 16, at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
The inaugural dinner, scheduled for 7 p.m. in the grand ballroom
of the Fontainebleau. will open the annual life-campaign which provides
funds for needy men, women and children throughout the world. A
cocktail party at 6 p.m. will precede the dinner.
Chairman of the traditional initial gifts event is Carl Weinkle,
former head of Carl's Markets and .-------
a prominent leader in local and
the Big Lie. pegging falsehoods and national Jewish affairs
rfcoble, Ill-Conceived, Hclf-Sofcetf": tea. Waller
isenhower Message
Meets Mixed Reaction
ISHINGTON (JTA)Reaction i and discriminatory in others.
Vident Eisenhower's State of These provisions should be correct-
|JiiKin message reported here
Veek concerned itself primar-
|th his statements on the need
cviMon of the immigration
' and the failure to mention
[rights.
lile the recommendations for
elimination of inequities and
Hmination in the McCarran-
rr Immigration and Natural-
n Act were welcomed, there
:li-appointment at the absence
By concrete proposals for civil
legislation. There was praise
the President's statement that
continuing fight against sub-
would be carried out with
[protection for the traditional
of American citizens,
lie President's comments on the
Migration law question began
a reminder of his past posi-
on the matter. "Two years
the President said, "I advis-
lie Congress of injustices under
ting immigration laws. Through
lane administration, the De-
|mcnt of Justice is doing what
egally can to alleviate hard-
Clearance of aliens before
fal has been initiated, and ex-
for criminal offenders, the
risonment of aliens awaiting
fission or deportation has been
^ped.
pertain provisions of law, how-
have the effect of compelling
n in respect to alums which
inequitable in some instances
ed in this session of the Congress,"
President Eisenhower stressed.
Rep. Francis E. Walter, co-author
of the McCarran-Walter Act, intro-
duced a bill to revise the "unwork-
able, ill-conceived and half-baked"
provisions of President Eisenhow-
er's Emergency Refugee Act of
1953.
distortions to political issues and
personalities, while seeking to cap-
italize. QP the anti-Semites' common
technique of anti Communist fak-
ery"
The House Committee on Un-
American Activities, U.S. House of
Representatives, in its recent "Pre-
liminary Report on Neo-Fascist
and Hate Groups," devoted consid-
erable attention to a condemnation
and exposure of "Common Sense"
as a vehicle "for some of the most
vitriolic hate propaganda ever to
come to the attention of the com-
mittee."
The appearance and distribution
of the anti-Semitic materials here
have been brought to the attention
of appropriate governmental agen-
cies for investigation and possible
prosecution, Balkin stated. Viola-
tion of the Florida Anti-Anony-
mous Hate Literature Act appears
to be indicated in the anonymous
sheet, he said.
George Jessel, one of America's
great showmen who is also among
the entertainment world's most ac-
tive humanitarian leaders, and
Vienna and having emigrated to
what was then Palestine in 1935.
Dafni has traveled throughout the
United States as a member of the
first Haganah Mission here. Dur-
ing World War II, he served with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple tne British Army in the Western
Emanu-El spiritual leader, will i.sert, Greece. Crete and Syria.
headline the evening's program, j jn 1943 he was jn charge of a
Jessel will make a special flight group f Jewish paratroopers who
from Hollywood to appear at the j dropped behind enemy lines in
CJA function, Weinkle revealed, j Yugoslavia to save Allied pilots
Rabbi Lehrman, fresh from a re- and prisoners of war.
cent visit to the Jewish State, is ex-1 Eight vice chairmen have been
pected to report on his experiences named to head the arrangements
committee assisting Weinkle.
These include Jack Carner. Sam
Friedland, Aaron M. Kanner, How-
there. The spiritual leader served
as a member of the United Jewish
Appeal Study .Mission, represent-
ing the Miami Jewish community
and saw, first-hand, the dramatic
achievement brought about in Is-
rael's economy through CJA dol-
lars.
Also appearing on the program
will be Reuven Dafni. Israel Con-
sul in New York City and Director
of the Israel Office of Information.
Born in Yugoslavia, educated in
Continued on P*gt 3 A
Harriman Urges New York State be Empowered
To Institute Investigation in Discrimination Cases
rfiis Week's Issue
UN IMIywsed
Miftrflm
1 Sswlar .
I Short* Ttrtoatoaary
Forr.ll WaskMftaa Seta*
ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA>Governor
Averell Harriman, in bis first ad-
dress to the Legislature of New
York State this week, called for
the enactment of a number of pro-
posals in the field of civil rights.
Harriman urged that the State
Commission Against Discrimina-
tion be empowered to initiate in-
vestigations and regulatory action
on its own motion, in cases where
discrimination in employment is
practiced. The commission is now
permitted to act only in cases
where formal complaints have been
filed.
Other civil rights measures dealt
with by the state's new chief exec-
utive Included a proposal to ex-
tend antidiscrimination clauses in
public housing to projects erected
with the assistance Of the Federal
government. Such laws now only
apply to the selection of tenants
in publicly assisted private hous-
ing projects. At the same time.
Harriman urged that the field of
jurisdiction of the State Commis-
sion Against Discrimination be ex-
tended to include competence to
deal with problems of discrimina-
tion in houwng.
Immediate reaction to Harri-
man 's request for better practices
in housing came in the form of leg-
islation proposed by an upstate Re-
publican and a Brooklyn Democrat.
Senator George R. Metcalf, of
Auburn, and Assemblyman Ber-
tram L. Baker, of Brooklyn, intro-
duced identical bills providing for
a temporary legislative commission
to look into discrimination and
segregation in all aspects of hous-
ing in the state.
In addition, the two legislators
introduced legislation similar to
the proposal made by the Gover-
nor for broadening the power of
the State Commission Against Dis
crimination.
Corf Weinkle
FULFILLING MOST DIFFICULT TASK SINCE ASSUMPTION OF OFFICE TWO YEAIS AGO
China Mistion First Sifnifictnl Political Step for Das Hammarslcjold
y DAVID HOROWITZ
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UNITED NATIONS The 49-
year-old bachelor Secretary-Gen-
eral, Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl
Hammarskjold, is today undoubt-
edly fulfilling one of his most dif-
ficult tasks since he was called
to head the world organization on
April 9, 1953. His mission to Pei-
ping in connection with the im-
prisoned American flyers consti-
tutes his first really significant
political assignment. In a sense,
it is a test case both for him and
the UN. Any measure of success
resulting from his meetings with
Prime Minister Chou En-Lai will
certainly enhance the prestige of
the UN. Failure can only add an-
other blow to the already by pass-
ed international body.
One thing is certain, the Swed-
ish Secretary-General would nev-
er have attempted this trip unless
he felt certain of some success.
Last year, whenon the strength
of Article 12 of the Armistice
Agreement as invoked by Ambas-
sador Ebanhe called for a meet-
ing in Jerusalem between Jordan
and Israel, a request rejected by
Jordan, Hammarskjold was seri-
ously considering making a trip
to the Holy City with the view of
bring both parties together. At
the last minute, however, he de-
cided against it. He explained to
newsmen later that, as a moun-
tain-climber, he had learned how
dangerous certain steps may be-
come. It became obvious to all
that his reference was to the Pal-
estine question.


PAGE 2 A
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FRIDAY,
Report Sees No Change in
Soviet
WASHINGTON JTA Empha-
sizing the contention that there
was little change in the states of
Soviet Jewry since Stalin's death.
sm last week declared "Ex-
cept for the 13 released Moscow
doctors, no victims of the antiJew-
rre publicly rehabtl-
nism remained a crim-
-undreds of former
coun-
B jail: .'
communal act: re proscrib-
ed as before: emigration remained
forbidden: the charges te**iied
against Jewish leaders all over the"
: in the S'.antky trial were nfl*
:ed. but were repeat-
ed i- i*ain: the existence
worldwide Jewish conspiracy
-t the Common it regimes re-
mained an article of faith for all
Re= t actions
e commit:
he Middle East" be-
-ippowted with
the emergence of the young Jewish
-
-y m-
The report larmlij who
;r r.l> "were
f the strongest anu-Commo-
It
the ardect response of
to the establishment of Lrael.
I
from tl
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The mam reason for i
the com-
- :' the cold =: Tl
The Jews to b
foreigi
political but al^-i rebg
cultural.
A preface to the report i
he treatment of reli|
k minontie- ha- always been
j good index to the character of a
political and >ocial system." The
report >; rra has re-
duced religious freedom to the
to hold service- under itrict
ipenriaoa and trans-
ed the remaining "religious"
organiza': i iments of
Communist policy They have in-
troduced a degree of discrimination
of Jew-, ap-
>n of
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JANUARY 14, 1955
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pacity Crowd Due at CJA Dinner
PAGE 3 A
ntinued from Pag* 1 A
ne, Morris Lansburgh, Arn-
fcder, John Serbin and Kred
pet
[expected that, as a result of
[weeks of careful planning
! advance gifts group, about
j may be raised at the kick- r
hction. The campaign goal for j
fas set by the Greater Miami
, Federation board of gover-
jid the CJA campaign cabinet
0,000. Some 55 causes over-
fin Israel, throughout the
States and in Greater Mi-
beneficiaries of the drive.
1955 campaign is now
[to get under way," sayl gen-
Viirman Sam J. Heiman, ad-
Jlg members of the planning
Ittee at their final meeting
sek. "This is in every sense a
npaign because what we, the
|s of Greater Miami, do here
affects the lives of thou-
of persons around the
chairman emphasized that
Heiman
Rabbi lehrman
the Miami campaign is the first in
1955 and that the country expects
Ihis community to set a record
pace in generosity.
"All divisions have been com-
pletely organized and arc prepared
to work," Heiman stated, "and we
look to an army of volunteers to
accept this historic responsibility.
They, and they alone can make the
campaign a success in 1955."
Members of the Initial Gifts
Committee include Mrs. Jack A.
Ablin, Leo Ackerman, William
Agranove, Sidney Ansin, R. Wil-
liams Apte, Leonard Barr, Dr. Mel-
vin Becker,' Sam Blank. Leo ( \\.i\
kin, Ben Danbaum, Leo Eisenstein,
I.eon Ell, Charles Fruchlman, Jo-
seph Gardner, Mrs. Loui- Qlasser,
Louil Goldman, Sam A. Goldstein,
Dr. Morris Goodman. Isudore
Hecht. Jr., Louis Heiman, Leon Ja-
cobs, Dr. David Kirsh, Aaron Kra-
itz.
Abe Kurman, Lee tabow, Sid-
ney Lefcourt, David Levinson, Sam
Levenson, Joseph M. Liplon, Jo-
seph Mechlow, Ben Meyers. Jack
Muravchick, Stanley C. Myers. Max
Orovitz, Dr. Kurt Peiser, David
Phillips, Dave Porvin, Sam Resnick,
Joseph Rose, Burnett Roth. Sam
Rost, Seymour Rubin. Dan B. Rus-
kin, Herbert E. Scher, Jacob Sher,
Max Sheinman, Isidore Simkowitz,
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, William
D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Bernard Stevens, Carl Suss-
kind, Harold Thurman, Gus Trau,
Dr. Joseph Weidberg, Julian Wein-
kle, William Weintraub and Sam
Weissel.
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Little Lois Posner, daughter of Algiers hotel co-owner Chuck
Posner, receives a present from Lee Steele at her seventh,
birthday party held in her father's hotel. Twenty-five of Lois'
friends attended.
el Men to Hear Richard Edgerton
Jing executives of the hotel
ry will attend a dinner spon
[by the Hotel Division of the
Jned Jewish Appeal.
annual event will be held
day. Jan. 20, at the Sans
hotel, according to Morris
iirgh. Division chairman,
st of honor will be Richard
(ton, recently designated Flor-
ate Hotel and Resident Com-
bner. Edgerton operates the
|de Inn at Mount Dora. Flor-
nd is also managing director
pwford House, a summer re
the New Hampshire Moun-
He has citrus and banking
sts at Mount Dora.
out a hundred hotel owners
operators are expected to at-
Ithe social event honoring the
| commissioner, who received
ppointment last week from
eRoy Collins. Edgerton will
|the agency which regulates
s hotel and restaurant in-
fixes and enforces safety
tnitary standards and helps
anti-gambling laws. The
Eissioner and his organization
[authority to revoke licenses
Ktablishments which violate
laws.
isburgh has appointed the fol-
(ig veteran CJA campaigners
to serve on his arrangements com-
mittee: Joe Gardner, Abe Kurman,
Dave Levinson, Jack Muravchick
and Joe Rose.
Other leading hotel men who
have volunteered to work with the
division are Arthur Adler, Henry
Cove, Joe Dallett, Harry Dinner-
' stein, Morris Dubler, Irwin Fried,
I George Goldberg, Ted Kipnis, Har-
Iry Koretzky, Ralph Lachman, Sam
I Lachman, Leonard Platt, Al Pollak,
Doug Raff, Charles Rosengarten,
Sam Schecter, Harry Sirkin, Ralph
Snider, Julius Weiner, Jack Young
and Albert I. Jacobs.
Center Executive Committee
To Meet at Flagler-Granada
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will serve as
jhost for the first meeting of the
newly elected executive committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center on Thursday eve-
ning, Jan. 20.
Agenda will include reports on a
"Car Project," the local Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, plans for
the Jewish Music Festival and re-
lationship agreements with various
synagogues. Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
president, will preside.
Irving Lax, president of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center, an affiliate of GMJCC.
has arranged for a social hour fol-
lowing the meeting.
Group in Meeting
"Bachelors and Bachelorettes"
met Thursday evening in the so-
cial hall of Temple Emanu-El.
DPhiE Alumnae Meet
Meeting of Greater Miami Alum-
nae Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon
ororiiy was held Monday at the
home of Mrs. Hyman Merlin, 1241
SW 23rd st. Final plans were dis-
cussed for the group's annual foun-
ders day affair Mar. 18 at the Al-
giers hotel.
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Teller Talks to
ibles CJA Group
r. Judd L. Teller, author, corre-
jdent and public relations spe-
Ist, was principal speaker at a
Ming of the Coral Gables Pace
ers group in behalf of the Corn-
ed Jewish Appeal,
tmmunal leaders from the Cor-
ables area met at the home of
and Mrs. Sam Weissel on Wed-
day to hear Dr. Teller describe
highlights of his most recent
kk. "Scapegoat of Revolution:
Fate of the Jews in the Po-
i-.il Upheavals of the Past Five
ituries."
lis book is regarded by Scrib-
es as a pioneer work and covers
major Jewish political move-
its and trends.
)r. Teller is director of informa-
of the Jewish Agency for Pal-
tine, public relations consultant
[the Conference on Jewish Mite-
Claims Against Germany and
Committee for Jewish Claims
Austria. He is a frequent con
utor to Commentary, Christian
pence Monitor, and his pieces
ire appeared in the Nation, New
public. New Leader, America,
nmonweal, Antioch Review, the
idle East Journal, Middle East
pairs and other publications,
ombined Jewish -Appeal cam
in chairman Sam J. Heiman out-
^ed plans for the coining cam-
gn and pointed up the crucial
for increased giving by Great-
Miami Jewry to strengthen Jew-
life throughout the world.
Stanley C. Myers, president ot
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
i, also addressed the group.
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31, 1954
----------------RESOURCES ~
Cash and Duo from Banks.......rrTT. $ 4,796760.99
U. S. Government Securities..........'. 8,074,530.84
Other Government Guaranteed Securities 310,286.06
Stale. County and Municipal Bond* .... 2,021,406.55
Other Investments ...................'' 60,000.00
Loans and Discounts .............T.il 10,126,672.37
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures f 460,057.80
Customers' Liability Letters of Credit J 104,756.28
Other Resource* ...................X t 141.617.83
TOTAL RESOURCES n r..... i.-.'. .6.Q|6,pMJ2
CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES
Demand and Time Deposits T.r..-...*^ $24,082,548.67
ReservesInterest, Taxes, ete.'rWS 168,381.26
Utters o! Credit..............?T.. .'.V3 104.7&28
Capital Stock ......'^TTT.. $800,000,001 'm
Surplus ..................400,000.00
Undivided Profit* and Reeecvea -
540,402.51 1,740,402.51
TOTAL CAPITAL AMD UAMUTlEf t26.O96.0M.72
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Case MM Yet Closed
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson would
like us to believe that the Wolf Lcdejinslcy case
is closed- Mr. Ladejinsky. who was Lred some
two weeks ago from a Foreign Operations Aid
post in Tokyo on the grounds that he is a secur-
ity risk, now finds himself appointed by our
government to go to Viet Nam. where he will
be expected to institute a land reform program
similar to the one for which he was resporaiha
in Japan and which brought him the h:~
praise from Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
Secretary Benson is apparently hiding behind
the skirts of Secretary c: State Dulles who
wee/ ted that he would find a new
ton for Ladejinsky if the Department of Ar: -
culture did i tale the famed cgror.orr._s-
But this kind o. rr.cn does no one any aood-
oontrarily, it zzs-s more Bghi en the :
in the VS. security system. Ob-
-.-.:... .1 net have been c
ed the "'.- Nam at .: he d:d not measure up
^ rigid tei niBy standards set down by our
governm
The ha waa z risk Bfl
se- lenl dism.sso
in fdpan are therefore iilti boat fotmda-
V.'e can no* be brought la i ipparl Secre-
tary Benson's be the Ladejinsky case
is now ansfactorily eonctaded.
Any iecent-nunded American uari expert
th:: our o;verr.menl v.... look into 'he reasons
behind the -is~'.. Could Sec-
retary Bensc. rrrtr.: .= s
firing purely en mfl brail of z re .-:.-
Sea sent to .^e PnrmiUniinl
cuhnrad ..-. which George N. V.
e Russian who has apparently set hirnjell
ur z- z rcrnmittee oi one to pcl.re oat acariry
program standards, charged that natural
Amwirniii z: BaakmJewish extraction are
largely traftoo?
it a i ngle craaa! phase in the
Icy rose Tmj Other is a a one
--' with equally crucial implications: F-'
what are o__- s:rndo:ds for measuring that
nebulous th.no known os o security r.s-
As we see it the Lo _= fen boa
closed. Too much depend! -non a thorough ex-
cr;- ilhonroini ramjf
tions.
ft Telephones 2-1141 "_------------
During The Week.. .a. i sJ
rt j<
Mr. I isciilioucr's Appeal
Mr. Eisen. ~?peal to Congress in ha
State of the Union message for elimination of
the inequitable provieione a the McCarron-
Wa'.ter Immigration Act must be applauded by
all fair-minded Americans who have been ap-
palled by the discriminatory aspects of this
peace of legislation since its passaae over for-
mer President Truman's veto some three years
ago.
At the same time, it must not be forqotlen
that Mr. Eisenhower promised to deal with the
nation's immigration law during his campaign
for office in 1952 and that he has done little
to implement his promise. Statistics on the
Emergency Refugee Relief Act. which he push-
ed through Congress in 1953 as an imme'v
motive to wide revision of the McCarran-
Walter abomination, show that it has not suc-
cessfully bridged the hiatus between what is
end what should be our policy in dealina with
peaoaa who seek entrance into the United
Ska
ThePresic. "inly has been told by our
leaders that the present American immigration
law does great harm to this nation's prestiae
.ad. Cies in the face of a traditional stand
or. the influx of potential citizens here and
aafcea a mockery of the famous lines by Emma
Lcxarus engraved on the Statue of Liberty
Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer this week remark-
ed so eminent a personaLty as Prof. Albert
tinstem might never have been able to seek
exile and subsequent citizenhip in the United
States were the McOarran-Walter Immigration
Act m effect during the '30s. Althouah perhaps
o naive remark on the face of it. Dr. Oppen-
heimer s observation nevertheless cogently
demonstrates that current American imrniqra-
T Mr. Eisenhower's appeal to Congress for re-
vision of the act is therefore refreshing.
0 VeJ-
B : C
By LIO MINDLIN
Pate! knaary M ^ 2
Volume 29 nn .
Tebet 20, ;715

MOUNT SCOPUS in Israel means many things to b^J
_ forsaken piece of territory owned bj the,
to its jurisdiction For others, it u a
phenomenon like Jerusalem. itself, symbolizing the contambj
war in the Near East.
Regard!. >< of ones abstracted attitudes. Mount So put,,, J
of dedicated persons, represents a crowning1 achievement p,,
what were once the beginnings of the _
\er.ity. Founded in mid-Spring 1925. it dragged from the l_
centuriesold exile the image of a people's dream, nu.i. real)
of *h' people's most secret ambition and brought boo -to I
a Jewish center of universal learning high in the sun proud,
niclled by fear in it< future inquiry
ibute to the Jewish Oestaft that its elerrpntaJ
and thirty years ago included a universin i ur oni
: do uch requirement. Thus it was th the Jj
I birth to his soul even as he was sub-.-juentiji
! birth of hi national impulse.
Whili t 'h* world significantly ignored the
ring it to it< knees in global war. thi*-
p|r ,. incient heritage tlirough the foundins: ol a
never cease to marvel at is the tact that Israsrii
-. r.tul p->cholo;ical process. Hum^n
- th<- realinUea of industrial, political or-
well before a parallel realization of
Hebrew lniven.it> is a startling
Imagine, Prosecuting Us Like Communists
>lr. Item <'ii ll.-ilni
We lake this opportunity of welcoming to
-.: Beuven Daml Consul General of Israel.
Mr rill be among the principal speak-
ers z- rial Gifts dinner of the Combined
Jewish Appeal on Sunday evening at the Fon-
ni hotel.
Bern Li Yugoslavia, Mr. Dafni's career early
brought him into intimate contact wil
movement aimed at es
in Palestine.
He has been in c; .;-.-.;
ever since Mi [
career -eluded set hm
d unng World War II. daring ex: pa^.
toopers to save prisoners behind |]
r.^ native country.
When the time for the estabushmenl oi Israel
was at hand. Mr. Dafni dire ;aies ,0
the courageous activities of the Ho
Such it the man who will address Miami
Jewry on Sur.aay evening, along
amed actor-producer Georoe Jessel and Rabb^
: Lehrman. Ten :
gtt ^re3
Tho Optra Ikuild
Grand opera comes to M: ijV- end n,
this month and the rjeqiiiruna of rlu
when the Greater Mior fcrJJ6^'
sent performances of ^BaTbS o^t ^
lucia di I^mmermoor crt me Dade r ^
and Miami Beach Auditorrum, CUnty
Arturo di Filippi. Guild director ha, >~
rendenng a notable service t- P?n
annual opera product ions tYL l^ 7-lth his
has me. and overcome are gre^, tK^ ^
nc level he has achieved ZT^ZlT
famoi^s^ryTmemT ^ '
pohtan Oplra AsscSl^New t^ |
are sure no opera lover will wanUol e *!'
^ne artists as Robert Merrill r miM such
Nicolo Moscona and Grac"!la fc Cob^-
Dr. di Filippi and Miami's Opera r u
best be appreciated bv bein^ ld may
of da fine performances^ere ST *l*
prusts. A worthwhUe musical iSSL"9 Aese
be assured. expenence will
THE WAR inn in Israel, following United Xati;
Bt many strange developmem- n the I
Sol the leat among them was the virtual:
Mount Scopus. While the area in whichi
- the road leading up to th. hoolu
; b) Arab troops.
I think find little precedent in the rh- nickgl
ingling out of a center of higher mingaii
objective. But the fact remaini tat]
i University area must be regarded a*:
I have spoken often enough here about the
ir Eastera world, Israel's dem.-cracyi
to that area and the Arab leadership's fear of the cnii.hteuM
uld be wasteful to repeat these observations.
It seems clear, however, that this uniform characteristic:
Arab nationtear of the enlightenment process and it* effecti
orderdoes make o! Mount Scopus a vital objective It
If 'he re unable to get at their books and classrooms, u
I that much longer from spreading concepts of kM
and democrac) into the surrounding areas.
the Hebrew University are perf rmingi
: frustrating this Arab effort. With
it m the organization has launched a campaii
ii Jerusalem, supplying it with a
'led library f..r its ever-expanding curriculum anil
nate building of a Hebrew t ni. r-ity
meeting Israel's higher education needs.
.
"N THIS regard, the Greater Miami chapter of the organ
Rubin, recently staged a reception -t the F:
enan. vice president of Hebrew
vience. Some 400 persons heard U
tnbol of a soul lifting idealby Dr. H. Fr
Dr. Homer Marsh, ol the University of Miami
sequently. at a reception for him in the Miwil
Mr- Kubin. that Dr Evenari spoke to me .bout the]
n'"< bottied-up Mount Scopus In cogent term- he doT
rcome the Mount Scopus handicap as i k-
Eastern cold war. He said that the lo,; (
Od accomplishment to replace Id
he said that .uch duplication-so nece^n if f
a kind of misfortune .th
kU evident. Dr. Evenar. s urgt*L
re emphatic. One i. here reminrtj
' VondCassius has a lean and hungry r*
much, such men are dangerous." U for no tner m
rtinent because forces of reaction ex.r>whntl
| our comfort ha. somewhat inured is. made-I
JZ h,rM rn<" <**l r intellectual endeavor. Foreaod
.thereabout us In line wrlh gem ral hut
".ucces," Nation as essential to our "future' and '
*
: BUT DR, rSuifh^h*0 Ukin ,h* opportunity of tellingnt
" lundame, ,.,|\, 'un,,,nB' 'he progress of his land evel
he "!
;' t renascence. In thi.-een-e. I hope
- httle less comfortable, to break do*!
't which other m. ""." and to "^ofcWue that educate;
r men ,n other pUccs on this globe must struggle
''cult.nTh'(,'w'!| 'he;'*k he has s*t fr himself ought not bttjj
oi the Book |a the kenning historically sff-"
th.r,, "rMn"illon of Hebrew Unhreruty oa
-hen desert aru. s^ were .^
4 .hiTkennag ufl the 1
"our nHKlus vivradi.
.name alone, give, good cause for this as*
v|-.fv uZ he,m*a'"ngs of his name, end in a vert
its or, ,~ iPMc,ty- M ** fort'1"
l behn\a u 'nwhl1'- American Friends ol the
ha- out for himself ? l imin *"" <* ,bos<
" as hu school's and his country's


JARY 14, 1955
-JmlstifhrMkui
PAGE 5 A
Leaders Baffled in Bonn
W. FREEDMAN
JTA
[few years ago, U.8.
in Germany were
\t the 1949 "Occupa-
with the sweeping
Brved to the Western
be replaced by a ne-
i in the course of 1950,
the largest.
|led "Bonn Conven-
f designed to supplant
pon Statute. Drafting
more wearisome than
it u'i pa ted but, after
lantic round-the-clock
fthey were signed on
They would enter;
Ithin the year, spokes-
RJ.S. High Commission
innounced confidently.
went by, and so did
M: the Bonn Conven-
Bt been ratified to this
km stance which shows
pding a task it is to
future treaty rela-
Itwiten the Federal Re-
rrmany and the West-
lYot the "Paris Proto-
prmany's status were
October, at the Paris
foot ween the Western
Pie Federal Republic.
st-informed political
prognosticate that they
roved by the parlia-
four contracting par-
than next spring.
tocols deal with a wide
ppics, ranging from the
of the occupation re-
feh in effect restores
sovereignty to facil-
psular employees, from
n to decartelization
such matters affect
[position and influence
ply of nations, they are
concern to Jews
tie deals only with pro-
nore direct and specific
Irests, in the first place
pining to restitution and
|t ion for i n d i vidual
)n both counts, fortu-
|position is less unsatis-
had been feared.
n, designed to return
property to its right-
swners, is based on Mili-
iment rather than Ger-
Ption. The Allies saw to
ly in the first few years
Pactment in 1947-48, that
berly carried out. Allied
11 sit on the supreme
tribunals in the various
end of this program is
|ht; already, 83 percent
es have been finally ad-
]in West Germany, 48 per'
est Berlin.
Jon proceedings general-
around existing houses,
or plots of real estate,
around furniture or
art; in most cases, the
lirected against the Ger-
now holds the property.
cation, on the other
ins a claim addressed to
or national treasury, in
Pe applicant seeks cash
tion for injuries, illegal
nent and losses .suffered
Jazi persecution. Unlike
the indemnification
| is based on German legis-
is still very far from com-
nd progress is agonizingly
|Bonn Conventions of 1952,
Three and Four of the
lion on the Settlement of
{Arising out of the War
I Occupation" are devoted
lit inn and indemnification,
ely. They bear Chancellor
r's signature and were ap-
the German parliament,
pr entered into effect be-
French parliament did
ry to a widespread im-
[both in Germany and tit-
le Bonn Conventions, and
ticularly the Chapters on
Mi and indemnification,
fallen by the wayside in
|nce of the Paris Confer-
hey have been modified,
but not jettisoned.
Iris Protocols are amend-
[the Bonn Conventions, not
a self contained body of contrac-
tual arrangements. It is there-
fore believed that the parliaments
of Bonn, London and Washington,
all of which have already ratified
the earlier Conventions, need now
give their assent to the Protocols
only. Conventions and* Protocols
both will then have entered into
effect.
In Chapter Three of the Bonn
Convention cited above, the Fed-
eral Republic avows the obligation
to implement Allied restitution
"fully, expeditiously, by every
means in its power," and to pre-
serve it in force until all pending
claims have been settled. Other
'lai*te*> safeguard the rights of suc-
cessor organizations for Jewish
heirless property. Germany de-
clares, furthermore, that it will
honor restitution judgments
against the former German Reich,
of which thousands have been ren-
dered by the courts but the
"successful" claimants cannot col-
lect because the German treasury,
although it has pocketed all assets
of the former Reich, so far refuses
to pay these Reich debts.
In Chapter Four of the Bonn
Convention, the one dealing with
indemnification, Germany ack-
nowledges the need for fair com-
pensation to Nazi victims who suf-
fered damage to life, limb, health,
liberty, property and economic
prospects. Both these Chapters
were drafted three years ago, af-
ter taking into account the advice
of the Jewish organizations con-
cerned. The latter were not happy
about certain provisions, it is true,
but on the whole they were satis-
fied that the restitution and indem-
nification clauses of the Bonn Con-
ventions adequately safeguard Jew-
ish interests.
The Paris Protocols do not alter
the substance of these safeguards.
The greater part of the text re-
mains intact. Changes there are,
and in line with the political trend
of the past three years they accord
Germany greater lee-way, curtail
Allied supervision, substitute vol-
untary for imposed obligations.
Under the old Bonn Convention,
observers of the United States,
Great Britain and France were en-
titled to have access to those Ger-
man administrative and judicial
bodies which handle the restitu-
tion and indemnification program.
The Federal Republic pledged to
furnish all necessary information
to the observers and to produce
files upon demand. The existing
system of reporting to the three
Allies on the progress of restitu-
tion was to be continued. Restitu-
tion and indemnification records
were to be preserved for a certain
period of time.
These relatively minor provi-
sions, which were backed by the
full resources of the Allies, have
been cancelled. In lieu thereof,
Chancellor Adenauer has pledged
that Germany will voluntarily
abide by a number of obligations
which go almost as far as the man-
datory ones they replace. Differ-
ences there are between the old
and the new version, notably with
respect to restitution, but their
practical significance is not great.
The Chancellor's pledge was con-
tained in three separate but identi-
cal notes addressed to the Allied
High Commissioners on October
23. Professor James B. Conant for
the United States, Sir Frederick
Hoyer-Miller for Great Britain and
'Andre Francois-Poncet for France
formally acknowledged receipt and
informed the Chancellor that their
Governments bad "noted the as-
surances which have been given by
the representatives of the Govern-
ment of the Federal Republic," ac-
cording to which these undertak-
ings "represent for the Federal
Government a natural obligation
which it is prepared to assume vol-
untarily in the future."
The Paris Protocols provide for
still other changes in Chapters
Three and Four of the Convention,
but these are either minor modifi-
cations of terminology or altera-
tions affecting mainly the rest it u-
tion of German trade union prop-
erty in the British Zone. Alto-
gether, the position of restitution
and indemnification in the Paris
Protocols is nearly the same, for
practical purposes, as it would have
been under the Bonn Conventions.
West Germany's new and more
independent status after the Lon-
don, Brussels and Paris Confer-
ences has no bearing upon the Rep-
arations Agreement it concluded
with Israel, or upon the obligations
among them those dealing with
indemnification and restitution
it assumed .toward the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany. It entered into both
treaties voluntarily, without par-
tk'tpitf:)Mhe-Western Allies JH
reference Wti$ 6uapMiin fctfc?
ute. Hence, abolition of the latter
is without effect upon the validity
of the reparations pact and its com-
panion agreements. Chancellor
Adenauer has made it clear, has
has State Secretary for Foreign Af-
fairs Walter Hallstein, that they
hold this view and that Germany
will continue to furnish reparations
goods in the same manner as it
has done heretofore.
Civic and religious rights are
guaranteed by the constitutions of
the Federal Republic and of her
constituent states, as well as by
certain international conventions
to which it has adhered. These as-
surances of equality and non-dis-
crimination are in nowise influ-
enced by the Paris Protocols.
Jews have learned since the First
World War, though, that in inter-
national treaties and national con-
stitutions it is not the fine print
that vouchsafes their security. In
Germany itself, Hitler never both-
ered to repeal that model demo-
cratic charter, the Weimar Consti-
tution. It remained on the books
until the collapse of his regime.
Barely ten years have since gone
by. In a few months, the Federal
Republic of West Germany is to
have virtual freedom in domestic
affairs, a foreign policy of its own
and before long the strongest army
on the European continent. Then
the circumscribed issue of repara-
tions, restitution and indemnifica-
tion, no less than the peace of Jews
in Europe and throughout the
world, will hinge upon the answer
to a question that cannot be found
in the wording of any document
signed by 78-year-old Konrad Ade-
nauer: whither Germany?
Gale Named Interviewer
For New fork School
Appointment of Efraim H. Gale,
as alumni interviewer of the New
York School of Social Work, Co-
lumbia University, for the State of
Florida was announced by Kenneth
D. Johnson, dean of the New York
School.
In his capacity as alumni inter-
viewer, Gale will be responsible for
the screening of potential candi-
dates who will be making applica-
tion to the New York School of
Social Work in this area.
Gale, who is at present execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, is a
graduate of the Columbia Univer-
sity School of Social Work, has al-
so received his Masters degree in
Education from Tufts College
Graduate School and his Bachelor
of Arts degree in Social Sciences
at Tufts.
Prior to coming to Miami Mr.
Gale was field secretary for four
years for the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board in the Southern Section
and in the New York metropolitan
section.
UM Dean to Speak
Dr. Grover H. Noetzell, Dean of
the School of Business Administra-
tion at University of Miami, will
discuss the "Economic Outlook for
1955," at a dinner meeting of the
Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom
on Monday evening, Jan. 17, in the
Temple's banquet hall, according
to an announcement by Jack A.
Abbott, Men's Club president.
John T. Bills, financial and bus-
iness editor of the Miami Herald,
will introduce Dr. Noetzell and
will lead the round table discus-
sion which will follow. Albert L.
Rosen is program chairman.
I. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridicm
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
9j to- iue 3tneW
DR. HERMAN SEIDU OH FIRST TRIP TO MIAMI
Physician Spends Life Devoted
To Reemergence of Jewish State
"They are my hobbies," Dr.
Herman Seidel explained, while
on a brief visit to the Miami area
last weekend. "1 have no others."
Here following a medical con-
ference held in Gainesville, the
veteran Zionist is today national
chairman of Poale Zion and chair-
man of the national board of His-
tadrut. In addition, he is recog-
nized as a leading US. scientist
in the field of geriatrics,
an extensive practice in Balti-
The vigorous, grey-haired spe-
cialist in internal medicine, with
an extensive practice in Balti-
more, said that "I have always
felt I wanted to be a doctor. And
this, of course, could not inter-
fere with my other interest
Zionism and Israel."
Dr. Seidel received the MD de-
gree from the University of Mary-
land in 1910. But, by then, he
had been taking a leading role
for six years in the movement
that subsequently led to the
founding of Histadrut in 1920.
"I was also chairman in 1905
of the first convention of Poale
Zion organized in Baltimore." Dr.
Seidel explained.
Dr. Seidel recalls the Zionist
movement in America following
the outbreak of World War I.
when as a member of the first
provisional Zionist Commission,
he worked closely with such fig-
ures as Judge Louis D. Brandeis
and Judah L. Magnus. "That was
when the organization began to
function politically those were
the exciting days."
His first time in Miami, Dr.
Seidel has written articles on
Zionism, the emergence of the
new Jewish State and is the
author of a Yiddish piece that
recently appeared in "Zukunft."
His travels through Israel are
extensive. "I was there during
the *20's, '30s, '40s and as late
as 1951 to engage in organization-
al work," he explained.
And his medicine? "That is
also part of my life. There are
no hobbies other than sicence
and Israel."
Police, Fireman's Show
Tickets for the Miami Beach
Police and Firemen's Benevolent
Association's sixth annual all-star
show at the Miami Beach Kennel
Club on Sunday evening, Feb. 6,
are now on sale at association
headquarters, 2 Collins ave.. Fire
Captain Hubert Albritton, chair-
man of ticket sales, announced this
week.
Ted Schempp, president of the
association, again appointed De-
tectives George Green and Jack
Raskin to head up the entertain-
ment committee as they have done
for the past three years.
In Memoriam
Teday, Friday, Ttbtt 20tti, is the
first onnhreriary ef the patting
away of ear beloved sister
Sylvia Prakoff
May She Rest in eoc*
who was wrest**) from as in the
midst *f the fraitfal years af her
life, Dec. 2*, 1*53, la Miami,
FtorMa.
We will net ferget yea even ante the last day *f ear earthly
existence, dear, sweet, faithfal seal-ear ealy sister.
Year bereaved hrethert, MAX and WILLIAM PESKOff



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: Miami.
New Youth Group
the Coral
enter aril] ir.augur-
:ay night open
-' itac as part of Dm > ath ac-
program Teenagers b
t nth grade, will be welcomed.
aeth .'.- c-mmitttee .
I Dr David H
Miss Ehrenzweig is
Mr. Cohan's Fiancee
Joac 4 .- -he date which Mba
Greta Ehrerzweig has set for her
Cohan of New
daughter
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'- V.ami Beach.
"ami Beach
f High Sd I m
ort a York
Rider
' leg* MJ
The wedding will take place in
N< York
nm>AY.?ANUAjTi
Miss Geretein We
Mr. Frank Jan.
tn Mrnaai F rar.ee-
Eamage to obert *. Frank nfl
be aa neri of Jam. O is the Ens-
press hotel Miami Beach
and Mr- A-
Coviagtae- G* are announcing
he..- :-;-- :..'- H-r : .- -
- of Mr and Mrs Ma*
. 13S0 Michigan a
Beach He M a partner in Um
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Four at Aitar Sav Two Sets of Vow
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Sponsors Fashion Show
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rot ha I Announce cl
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receive bis
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ber of P. Lambda Phi '.:
fUn. Bernard Kett'er

Mist tfriti, CWtla*
Tomara Kessler, Vcra
In Double Ring, Dnubl
ting Sui 6 30

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with Cantor Abral
ring the n
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Th. the
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Sup-
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Mrs Mm Mitehel. 1339
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-tudent at the
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sity. Tenn .
for the -pnng ..
Mr Mitehel is ai
at the I'niver--;. ;,-
School nf Medicine and ha- n
I) passed thr Florid Stal
of medicine examinati as He is j
member of P. rutt,r
nity.
Miss Fastofskj is th,- daughter
of Mr and Mr- Jasha I
Sum-. tates LonC bland M,
Isky. eminent teach.-
'-c- b President ol th,- Q
Miss Cohen Weds
Dr. Silvcrman
Marilyn Cohen became the
bride of Dr Frederick Silverman
at ceremonies held in Torah Tem-
ple on Dec 26. Rabbi Louis I
and Cantor Samuel Kelem.
ciated at the picturesque wedding
held outdoor- and ovei
mg B;-ca>r.'- Bay
Dr Silverma: ,n of Mr
and Mrs. jdCk Silserman. 1040
Michigan ave Miami Beach Mbi
Cohen s parents are the Nath
hen<. Brooklyn N Y
Matron of honor was Mrs Saul
Cohen, sister of the bridegroom
Mr. Saul Cohen, his brother in law
acted as best man
Newlywed Mrv Silverman fa
graduate of Brooklyn College and
a member of the Junior League of
New York
Dr. Silverman graduated from
Miami Beach High School. Emory
L Diversity and took the MD degree
at the University of Indiana School
of Medicine. He interned at Kings
County Hosptal. Brooklyn, and is
now entering the Air Force.
A reception followed the eere-
"7 n the Terrace room of
Torah Temple A dinner coodud I
1-, ..-;
" rraderkft RWaw
wedding festiv.He, ,t u
an s hotel
aid-
Kastofskv Wed

c Wedding Rites
5 iety. 1 :-*\ i- a
'. h.,\ing
. '. -Iinist
she is
t at Qu najor-
in :nu-ic
I 'i- Phillip
! bruial parts (or th,- Mi-
ami ceremony H, holds the gold
:- r of the
Psych \urk
r of the Pi
Phi bit) rnity and gradu-
Neu York

Miss K( -.--r ch -e a chantilly
ti n The V shaped bod-
i- trimmed u,th s<-quins and
- A matching tiara held
her finder tipped illusion veil
Faatofakj gowa j. fash
"I tulle and lace with scoop
kline A erown tiara held the
finger tipped veil of illusion
Matron of honor for Mfcl Kessler
was Mr- Norman M Giller, mutual
eonaiB of the bride and groom
Phyllu White. ,,f New York, was
maid ol honor Bridesmaids were
''. RboMi Arita Hurwitz Carol
Doris Pastofak) and Sheila
Bi'," -nd Bunnv Faber
Don- ft***! served as maid
h"""r <"r titter Ring bear-
Df>n Oilier, and Anita
iSu^ I as flower girl.
" for Stanley Mitehel
t Arthur Din-
h nun for Bernard
roomsmen included Bob
Ira f .stofskv
lr Fast^S
** 66 atjUtf-taWMajj
'- Mr .nd Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Mr ..:, Mr- 5S
Mr Md Mr- Fnnfc Licht-
T G.t.ler Mrs B
nd Mrs L Kaul
n Mitchels are touring Florida
enroute to Tennessee The kS*
are honeymoon "*-1"
Society Hospital Plan-
Miami Tag Day
j.''"':'- r M'*rni Aux.lun ,,f the
3 m Den,,", ,, '2?*+
b jfcnual T.. n sPnr
Ewt^gi;r8T!'Dn,cs,oreao0
MHt fsMwr WthHreak
Weintraub. Miller
Choose June Rites
Miss Esther Weintraub
change her name to Mrs.
N Miller in June. She and
ler will be anarried in New Yo
Miss Weintraub u the
of the WUliaaa Weintraubs.
Ijna, N.Y. Mr. Miller i- ihe mi
Mrs. Ada Miller. Surf side.
He is a certified public
tant and a partner in the
Mermell and Miller He attends I
Intversdty of Miami law -choolj
a member of Tau pciloa Rhol
fraternity and the Acr-untinfi
ciety.
His bride to-be will Erad
month from Brook l>n Co
school of arts and sciences

Ttmmk Immmm-tl Young
AduHt DtMKt, Instalfufm
Newly elected officers of
Young AduM Group f **
Emanu El will be installed oa
day evening. Jan. 16
dance in the social ha
Temple.
Assuming office are Bert
son, president. Hy Josoritt,
vk* president; Lila Eisenbert
ond vie* president. Debbie
boyes. trensnrer Edith
recording secretary; and
Shustcr. corresponding
Inrssng gcbair. retiring
*U wclajjana new officers
fw Ywwth CtwHt
m4 card party **!
the hoaae ef Mrs.'
145 LatGerce dr..
Jan. 3aV Proceeds
Waharmaa WUc Youtt'


INUARY 14, 1955
-JenislincrMtor)
PAGE 7 A
ONALLY
A K I N G
Kt New England Rabbi
pmlicrg is vacationing at
hotel with his wife and
Enter. Rabbi Weinberg
leader of Temple Beth
laldcn, Mass. He also is
lancial secretary of the
Council of America and
fof the Orthodox Rabbin-
pi of New England.
ig resort operation prob-
pst nightly at Waldman's
lg room are Ben Slutsky,
operator of the Nevele
Jub in New York's Cats-
Bins, and Joseph Wald-
of Miami Beach's new-
hotet Slutsky has been
visitor to the Waldman
)m.
\ir ir -Cr
David N. Leslie has ar-
le on leave from Albrook
Base in the Canal Zone
iting his parents, Mr. and
[H. Leslie at their home,
line ave. He serves as
lineer in the installation
office at the Air Force
Cr & &
ind Mrs. Meyer Katz, of
ave., had as their guests
Chanuka holidays their
and son-in-law. Dr. and
hi Sussman, Clifton, N.J.,
igstors. Jacolyn and El-
^y were entertained by
sman's brother. Rev. Ja-
of 1321 14th ter., and
f, Mrs. Joseph Greenberg,
62nd st.
ions' Granddaughter
ionored by hi'urachi
aptcr, Mizrachi Organiza-
fMr. and Mrs. Morris Zim-
[will honor the Zimmer-
fandtlaughtor. Debbie, on
evenina. Jan. 22. at Beth
Dngrcgaticn.
[speaker will be Rabbi Jo-
ckovsky. spiritual leader
egation Beth Tfilah. Mi
Eh, and director of the
liami Vaad Hakashruth.
dan of the affair is Mrs.
tes. Assisting will be the
Louis Stillman, Max
er, Sarah Pidel, Sarah
[Bessie Rosenberg, Rachel
Zelda Kuntz and Goldie
[will be by Larry Blue and
"hestra. Proceeds are for
Idrcn's village in Ranna,
'ertes Named
>urth Term
Sose Pertes will be installed
it of Women's Better Gov-
Club at ceremonies Tues-
pning, Jan. 18, in the Ocean
(hotel
Fs to assume office include
dames Paul Antonacci, vice
it; Carmen Higgs. treas-
iline Bennecki, recording
; and Adeline Brennon.
ending secretary,
speaker will be Catherine
Zion Branch
[Officer Installation
lb Rearson was installed
tot of the Poale Zionist
of Greater Miami at cere-
Sunday evening. B. Minen
^cted as installing officer,
named to posts were Henry
and Solomon Halperin, vice
rats; Leo Duckler, financial
ry and corresponding sec re-
Sonia Bobbins, recording sec-
|; Samuel Lerner, treasurer;
ina Sorin Bild, publicity,
cutive board includes E. S.
It Manuel Burstein, Dr. Sam-
filensky. Dr. A. Boset. Mrs.
Halperin and Jack Robbins.
iNDAILE DOMESTIC HELP
Ei-IABLE OAV WORKER*
1 Employment
Service
5* St. ML 4401
tl MKIOSNSIftO, Owner
Getting ready to cut their 50th anniversary cake in the Algiers
hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benjamin, of 1673 SW 10th st.
Both are natives of Louisville. Ky.. and came here 20 years
ago. They have three married sons and seven grandchildren.
Dade Chairman Named
Dr. Frank Ploudre, chairman of
the board of the Lincoln Chiroprac-
tic College Alumni Association. In-
dianapolis. Ind.. this week an-
nounced the appointment of Dr.
Arthur H. Shapiro, Lincoln rd.
chiropractic physician, as chairman
of the Student Procurement Pro-
gram for Dade County.
Ardinoro
Susan Greenberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.
Greenberg. 4800 Pinetree dr.,
will become Bas Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Ian. 15,
at Temple Beth Shalom. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Susan, a student in Beth Shol-
om religious school, attends
eighth grade at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School.
SINGLE GENTLEMAN
in the Forties. Here (our years
from Poland. Has fint position,
local year-round job,
WISHES TO MEET LADY
under 40 far companionship
Writ*:
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WIDOW WILL SHARE HER
LOVELY HOME
with one or two people, yearly,
reasonable. N.E. 75th St., Miami,
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every week. RICO, 143 BELMONT,
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Re sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of
LIFE ... the two page spread "What
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+Jenistn(*&*L
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
Pioneer Women Discuss Social Affairs; SKS^bSiTS
Proceeds Slated for Israel Development
The date of Sunday. Jan 16. has
circled on the calendar by
,r Miami Pioneer Women.
oal preMdent of the Ameri-
< P.uner Weasel's Organizations.
Dr Sara Feder. will be a gu,
.ternal Light radio prograra
will be heard locally over radio
at 9 30 a.m.
-d by Rabbi Akiva I
itual leader of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, and Yehudi Elberg. Me"
York author
- Sonia Weiss and Benjamin
Selinger will offer the musical per-
tion of the evening
Beckerman. president of Club I.
ha- pledged all proceeds for the
When members and friends of new Talpiot Farm for Agricultural
'. I gather for their third an- Research in Jerusalem Reerva-
nual banquet Sunday. Jan 16. at tions are being taken b> Mr- Beck-
hotel, they will be ad- erman and Mr- Sophia K:
Mr and Mr- Joseph Levain will
be honored on the their
golden wedding anniw
SstavdSJ ereaMg- Jan. 29. by Huh
Women ir
'!r- Iria J
rill pre* 'Uple
with a builder'' certificate for
built by the '' men's
Council the I--
i the American Pioneer Worn-
Mr- Abrahar
chairman : ent.
.mah Chapter member
holing every acquaint
with a cordial invitation t" their
smorgasbord dinner for next Sun-
ening. Jan 16. at Beth David
Auditorium. Proceed- will .
the new university research cen-
ter Taipiot Farm in Jerusalem.
Mr- I i- chairman.
Mr-. I-ac Pu.-hkin. president.
revealed this week that the (ireater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women's
Beth Jacob Sisterhood Organization wttl gather for a
Aii;. r>..- t,,~j_.. monthiv luncheon meeting at
Affair Due Tuesday ^ rfMaurant on Tuse>dav
' ard and 2dme- party sponsored morning. Jan. 18 Plans for their
by the Sisterhood of Congregation i5tn annual donor luncheon Beth Jacob will be held Tuesday uled lor Feb 2? will be discu-ed.
r.g. Jan 18. at Club 14
Proceeds will go toward- the up-
k"p of the religious school, ac-
.ng to Mr-. Louis Shafkin.
president
he Meadamei Mor-
ris Frank. Irving Blum. Leo V
Jack Wucher. Harry Shopiro. Rom
Kagel. Anna Ber-
Kildred Freeman. Jean Fried-
ler and Lena Mintzi
Ph. w,1'ht
: Beth E! I
grega'
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirl
officiate, with Lu'-
por-
,,
Phillip
1MB S9
". -
|f, .. ESfatfa i<"nl at
Shcr. h01'
where be I the h^a
Out-of-town
monv will incui.i- V'- Harrj
Beach Problems to be Aired
rnett Roth. Miami Beach City
C ...ncilmsn. will be guest speaker
mi Beach B'nai B'rith
:. meeting Tut
18. at the DiLido hotel, ac-
ing t< L- dge president Ger-
His subject will be
.....f Miami
ch
DR. L. R. KUPPER
DENTIST
Announces the new location
of his office, of
510 71st Street
Miami Beach
UN 5-2781
Delta Chapter
Has Installation
FasUM -how wa- featured at
the installation of Deka Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Girls, Sunday in Bel
tj restaurant
Model- included Delta members
and second vice president Judy
BOM acted a- narrator
Former advisor Mr- Martin
Forman in-tailed Delta Chapter
officer- Auming their p-t- were
the Kissel Nancy Freed, president;
Owen Stone, fir-t vice president:
Rose, second vice president; Eva
Starr, corresponding secretary:
Judy Robm-on. record
tary: and Roberta Cohen.
urer.
Mi-- Jacque Gang, former MIT
mother, installed new mei
These included trx
HMffip S. Slolskf
Mr and Mr- Isadore Shapir,<
Mrs, Nellie Bernstein, all of Chi-
cago. III.
Mr- Abraham Rothenherg. Phil-
lip's maternal grandmother, will
give a dinner for the family in his
honor A reception at Beth El Sun-
day evening will conclude the Bar
Mitzvah celebration
Publisher Jells Businessmen
Not to Confuse Jewish
News With The Ledger
Jewish N i,.r
r Mi-
ami businessmen that it is
confused with the American
i-h Ledger, ah ', mrk
Herman M ; publisher
of the Jewish N< ,n.|,
the
businessmen tl ni.
publication with th. I
! result I
en in
J5 siajT'
and
en Altman. Sondra Wagner
Barbar.i Wasserinan.
Also installed wa- Miss Maxinc
Gerstenfeld, new advisor to Delta
Chapter.
Speaker- included Mrs, Arnold
Lewis, active B'nai B'rith member
lan to
house
rotative b.
solicitii ertisii
Ihoul mat
prospects that he works I
Jersej periodical and that h,
Per i- not locally printed
Pekarskj
GORDON ROOFING AND
that the
who founded Delta Chapter, past Vu" '" reputable community-
', president Mi- Ella Siegal and out- "."''' ewsW?r adminisl
SHEET METAL WORKS !
going president Mi-- Linda Mehler.
by a board of trust
public service" and that
the m
J 414 $.W. 22n. AVE. Ph. 4-5160 Raj*hi. Ho. XM'.I 1 Ju|nc.,",n ;,t'" ""
\HWV&*'*ffZjra*'m\ u"k,RI Bar Mitzvah ***$" "">-
'Sgtitf.eUry won, by J Robert Jo-eph. sn of Mr anrt hl" Plication
SUNR&YPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTTL-SANtTAJmiM
tar rrftiYtitirpwa
&?&.
Mr- Albert Baitcher. 1731 SW
and
16th
I he Jewish New, a ,.
I for., will become Bar Mitzvah on L^JelrS^Net
Saturday. Jan. 15. ,he Miami of The Jew -h rSSSTP. "'
rfobrew School and Congregation *" "~
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenan-
doah Junior Hih School ami \i
-'tid.-nt at Miami Hebron School
Rabbi Simon April will off;,
which Fred K
dent
I. puhh-her
Civil Liberties Topic
At Beth Sholom Forum
discu-
willbethetoi
ion ol the
mg of Sisterho.
Beth
p.-, kg the Ten,,:, J
The panel ,.riM...
:""> OMett. Minister ol the ,
iife-ortai Method,., (fh::::.!
Nozzle Nolen Sez -
'memrx-rofth,. H,ardof h ? ""''
Miam
Beach attorn,;.
Simon,
I in en,i liberties: h! John B -
Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of *+**"Bete""ta....."r
JIFE the two page spread "What i *%&
happens when LIFE hits Miami". B ***!sESL?l
[dent.
Arlin Dubler. son of Mr. and
Mis. Sheldon Dubler, 1240
11th St.. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. January
15, at Temple Emanu-EI. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman wiil offici-
ate. The celebrant is a ninth
grade student at Miami
Beach Junior High School
and is in the second grade of
the daily religious school ol
Temple Emanu-EI.
Elliott Friedwald. son of Mr.
and Mxn. Abe Friedwald. 93J
2nd st.. will be Bar Mitevah'
Saturday at Temple Emanu.|
El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wi
officiate. Elliott is an ekga4
grade student a; Miaa
Beach Junior High School
and is a member of the grad-
uating class of the religion
school ol Temple Emanu-EL;
Before he* Dec. 26 wedding.
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^JANUARY 14, 1955
>r Day'
irt Slated
Friday
nity Chest officials re-
e final sputr to the finish
e final spurt to the finish
i organizations received
with the acceptance of two
(Tts by Beach hotels and a
1 first day by doorknock-
ie Chest's huge Metropoli-
ision.
p Campaign Chairman Lcon-
I Wien reported the contri-
l received from the William
Bos Foundation through the
I Gate hotel and an equal
I from the Shelborne hotel
I the total to date for the
pivision to $103,853. Wien
t this compares favorably
$93,596 tucned in at this
t year.
Chest's Metropolitan Divi-
8.000 volunteers who knock-
doors Sunday, "Neighbor
urned in double the amount
n the first day of last year,
n Mrs. F. F. Ravlin re-
an audit at the Chest office
a total of $85,157 collected
st day compared to only
turned in last year for the
iy of "operation doorstep."
[Beach captains were among
ho topped their quota: Mr.
oung, of North Bay Islands,
lime Kubinowitz, who with
"olay covered the Lincoln
iplete report is scheduled
largest luncheon meeting
}ld for workers of the Metro-
group Friday, noon, at the
It Auditorium,
light of the luncheon, which
[paid for by a group of Dade
businessmen over and
Iheir regular Chest gift, will
j select ion of the captain who
the most workers to the
The woman will receive
p-oxpense trip to Nassau
the S. S. Queen of Nassau.
lp for two is donated by the
lick Steamship Company.
Iliner for the "door knock-
eting will be RCA Victor
ng star Vaughn Monroe,
ly appearing at the Fon-
tiiu hotel.
baptains reporting over the
)! receive an award, and the
reporting the highest per-
will get a large gold cup.
jional director will keep the
Itil the final report when the
le winner will be determin-
fe cup will be engraved each
"ith the regional director's
land remain in a prominent
|n that area until the follow-
|ar
for Talent
peah-Miami Springs Jewish
presents its annual talent
(Saturday evening, Jan. 15, at
tnter. Prizes will be awarded
most outstanding talent.
Wia^Hr^tt^
PAGE 9 A
Mayor, Wife to Tour Israel
Miami Bvach Mayer and Mrs.
Harold Shapiro will laav* from
Naw York in April via TWA on
tour of Israel, it was announce)
late Wednesday. A series of so-
cial events are already being
planned as bon voyage parties
for Mayor and Mrs. Shapiro. The
announcement indicated that Is-
rael President Itzhak Ben-Zvi
will schedule a special state func-
tion to welcome the Mayor and
his wife, the former Israeli
sabra, Sylvia Chinio.
Women Voters Review
Past Ten Years
League of Women Voters of Mi-
ami Beach will give a summary of
the accomplishments oflhe League
in constitutional revision during
the past 10 years.
Member speakers will have cur-
rent information for members and
friends at neighborhood meetings
to be held as follows:
Friday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., at the
home of Miss Lillian Mandel, 3186
Prairie ave.
Monday, Jan. 17. 10 a.m., at the
home of Mrs. H. W. Bromberg,
8035 Noremac ave.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 7:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs. B. C. Waller,
3023 Prairie ave.
Speakers at these meetings will
be the Mesdames Randy Polansky.
Leonard Heller and Stanley
Schwartz.
Recommendations of the mem-
bers for a League county agenda
item for the forthcoming year will
be sought. Mrs. Robert Grayson,
League Board county representa-
tive, will attend all meetings.
Tennis Program
Launched on Beach
Nine tennis clinics, followed by
free tennis classes at all city play-
grounds, will launch the annual
winter tennis class program of the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment for 1955.
Services of three tennis profes-
sionals in the Greater Miami area
will be used in both the clinics and
the classes. Ted Le Maire, profes-
sional of Belle Meade Country Club
in Knoxville and former cnach of
the Canadian Junior Davis Cup
Squad, is in charge of the play-
ground classes.
Bill Rice, winter professional at
Flamingo Park and director of the
Teen Age Tennis Club, and Arnaud
"Py" pyfronii well-known profes-
sional at North Shore, complete
the tennis staff.
The entire program is under the
direction of Walter Reid, athletic
director of the Miami Beach Recre-
ation Department.
The clinics will be held at the
five public elementary and two
high schools, as well as at St. Pat-
rick's parochial school and the He-
brew Academy.
Director of New Orleans
federation Dead at 45
NEW ORLEANS (JTA) Ben-
jamin B. Goldman, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Federation of this
city, died here Sunday after ad-
dressing a banquet. He was 45.
Among previous posts held by Mr.
Goldman were the directorships of
the Jewish welfare federations of
Miami and Buffalo.
Dr. Teller To Speak
At Joint Meeting
Dr. Judd Teller, author, lecturer
and director of information for the
Jewish Agency, will be guest
speaker at a joint meeting of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the Zionist Council of South Flor-
ida.
Meeting will take place on Tues-
day evening, Jan. 18, at the Lear
School Auditorium, 1010 West ave.
Teller, author of the recent
Scribners publication, "The Scape-
goat of Revolution," will discuss
"Israel in the Complex of the Mid-
dle East."
Beef and Bird Opens
Beef and Bird opened Monday
evening on the site of the former
La Rue restaurant on Dade blvd.
Under the supervision of Emanuel
Smith and Joseph Cohen, the eat-
ing spot will only feature prime
sirloin steak, Western capon, prime
ribs of beef and broiled pompano
dinners.
Der Yiddisher Forum
Hears Jacob Leschinsky
Jacob Leschinsky will be guest
speaker at the meeting of Der Yid-
disher Forum on Saturday evening,
Jan. 15, at Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation.
Leschinsky is one the original
champions of the Labor Zionist
movement. He is the author of
numerous works on the economic
life of Jews in Russia and in Po-
land and is now on the staff of the
"Daily Forward," as well as many-
other Yiddish, Hebrew and English
Periodicals.
Leschinsky will also speak to
Der Yiddisher Forum on Jan. 22.
His subject will be "Economic
Phase of Three Hundred Years of
Jewish Life in America."
Der Yiddisher Forum is spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Yivo
Committee.
$2,500 Check Presented
To Hebrew Academy
Check for $2,500 bringing the to-
tal of contributions to the Hebrew
Academy drive to $10,000 was pre-
sented this week to B. I. Binder,
president of the Academy.
The occasion was a luncheon by
the Hebrew Academy Women at
Temple Emanu-El.
Over 200 women were present
at the luncheon to hear reports on
the activities of the various groups
in the Academy drive to raise
$50,000 needed to defray the cost
of feeding and educating needy
children from all parts of Greater
Miami.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, presi-
dent of the women's group, pre-
sided. Sam Reinhard, presented
the report of the men's committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields were
hosts to the group assisted by Mrs.
Irving Firtel and Mrs. Sam Good-
man.
ZOA Committee Meeting
Lehman, Broido Chair
Seymour B. Liebman, chairman
of the administrative committee of
the Southeast Region of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, this
week announced the group's first
meeting to take place in Atlanta,
Ga., Sunday, Jan. 16, at the Bilt-
more hotel.
Special guest at the meeting will
be Miss Hannah Stein, of the na-
tional office of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America. Liebman re-
vealed. Representatives from the
states of Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Mississippi, North and
South Carolina and Tennessee will
be present.
Sher Reveals Conference
Plans for Miami in February
Bert Sher. secretary of Beth
David Synagogue, returned from
Jacksonville on Monday, where he i
attended a board meeting of the
Southeastern Region, United Syna- \
gogue of America.
Sher reported that a conference
of the Southeastern Region is be-
ing planned for Miami sometime in
February at which*all conservative
synagogues of the Greater Miami
area will be represented.
The Southeastern Region in-
cludes conservative synagogues in
Florida, Georgia, North and South
Carolina. Sher serves as chairman
of the Youth Commission.
Board to Meet
Metropolitan Miami Municipal
board will meet on Friday, 3:30
p.m., in the South Courtroom of
Dade County Courthouse to con-
sider the recommendations of pub-
lic administration service. Judge
George Holt is chairman.
Rabbi Joel S. Geflen, national
director of the department of
field activities and commu-
nity education of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, arrived in Miami
Beach this week. Rabbi Gef-
fen will organize a mid-winter
conference of the national
planning committee of the
Seminary, slated for Febru-
ary.
Flagler Women's Group
Plans Busy Schedule
Thursday evening. Jan. 20. Wom-
en s Group of Flaeler-Granada Jew-
ish Community Center will hold a
regular monthly meeting at the
Center building.
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will entertain that evening
with a musical farce. "Life on a
Milk Farm," written and directed
by Gertrude Heckler and Betty Ep-
stein.
Tuesday noon, the group will
hold a luncheon and card party.
Mrs. Larry Travers, chairman, and
Mrs. Abner Esterman. co-chairmen,
will cater the affair.
Final Rush
Tsion B'nai B'rith Girls will have
their final rush for members be-
tween the ages of 14 and 17 at the
home of Miss Elizabeth Halpern.
1867 Tigertail ave., on Sunday af-
ternoon at 1:30 p.m.
Agudath Israel Sisterhood
Schedules Installation feh. 15
First annual luncheon and in-
stallation of the Sisterhood of Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute will
be held on Tuesday noon, Feb.
15, at the Di Lido hotel, announced
Mrs. Esther Lerman. president o
the Sisterhood.
Chairman of the luncheon com-
mittee is Mrs Dorothy Burg. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Trudy Katz, Mrs.
Gussie Schwartz, Mrs Quota Phil-
lips and Mrs. Rosalyn Seidel.
Tea 'on House'
Dinner for Warburg
Persons attending the 11th an-
nual antique show and sale on Sat-
urday afternoon, Feb. 12. in Bay-
front Park auditorium, will have
a cup of tea "on the house" as
I guests of the American Homes
Department of the Miami Women-
Club, which will entertain at that
time with a colonial candlelight
tea. Mrs. Donald W. Smith, chair-
man of the department, will be in
charge, assisted by Mrs. M. L.
Ileis- Mrs. J. Barco Bishop is pres-
ident of the Miami Women's Club.
Smorgasbord Slated
Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will have a smorgasbord
on Jan. 20. 12 noon, at Temple Is-
rael. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Ber-
nard Tytell and Mrs. Abe Arono-
vitz. In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Max Hayman and Mrs. Mur-
ray Lazarus.
McDaniel visits a school for boys in Israel. Educational programs are developed by
icies receiving funds through the 1955 Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. McDan-
vas a principal speaker at the CJA rally in Miami Beach Auditorium Thursday evening.
Book Review
Regular meeting of the Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood will be hold Wed-
nesday afternoon. Jan. 19. 1 p.m.,
in the Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Ida Forer, program chair-
man, has arranged to present Mrs.
Molly Glazer in a review of the
book, "Cowboy on a Wooden
Horse," by Yura Suhl.
Dr. Gamoran to Speak
Meeting for teachers in Jev.i-h
schools will be held Sunday after-
noon, Jan. 16, at Temple Israel.
Sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the meeting will be
addressed by Dr. Emanuel Gamor-
an, director of the Commission on
Jewish Education of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Topics of the lectures by Dr. Gam-
oran are: "Organizing a Les-mi
Plan" and "How Much Hebrew lor
our Hebrew Schools."
Card Party Tuesday
Card party of the Miami Chapter
of the National Children Cardiac
Hospital will take place on Tues-
day noon. Jan. 18. at Melvin Cohen
Hall. Hostesses will be the Mes-
dames Jess Glance. Martin Parnes,
Lena Schild and Jess Spirer.
Election Due Monday
Hebrew Free Loan Association
of Greater Miami will hold election
of officers on Monday evening,
Jan. 17, at the Town Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Roosevelt Chapter 1
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
general membership meeting Wed;,
nesday evening, Jan. 19, at the Al-
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Board Plans
tation Function
lion session for all new-
board members of the
liami Jewi.sh Community
kill be held Tuesday eve-
1. 18 at the home of Mrs.
Wrkin, president.
m will include material
jy prepared by executive
Efraim H. Gale and other
; of the staff,
to attend are the follow-
mcmbers of the GMJCC
directors: Mrs. Leo Acker-
Irs. Ray Bcrrin, Archie
Irv Sam Brody, Louis Bush,
rence Bussey, Malvin Eng-
Monroe Gelb. Mrs.
Cinsburg. Mrs Lawrence
t, Mrs. Charles C. Gottlieb.
ii.I Mrs. Arnold Greenfield,
1 Heiman, Mrs. Alvin Horo-
Hurevitz, Mrs. Solomon
Pfc'd Kaplan, Harold Kra-
f. Louis Lemberg, Harry Lc-
iry Lubin, Joseph Milgram,
Minkoff, Mrs. Henry Mor-
lorman Meyer, Mrs. Ben
Randy Polansky. Joseph
t, Mrs. Ruth Rosenthal, Mrs.
Seitlin. Mrs. Sam Seitlin,
Mrs. Max Sockloff, Harold
f, Mrs. Julius Weiner. Mrs.
Besen, San tVeissel, Nathan
and I-ouis Stein.
im for Mizrachi
ram dedicated to the Miz-
rganization of America*will
ented under the auspices of
.i.-h National Fund Council
ktcr Miami on Sunday, Jan.
[p.m. oevr station W'MBM.
has been arranged by
peosterman. radio chair-
thc JNF Council. Speakers
Include Rabbi Alexander
of the Hebrew Academy,
?.-Ell. Daniel Broad and Ida
Brown Double Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memories of the late Fanny
Brown and her daughter, Miss Ta-
mara Brown, formerly of 1761 SW
5th st., and Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, Jan. 16, 2 p.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Meyer Abramowitz officiating.
Mrs. Brown is survived by her hus-
band Louis; two' sons, Joseph and
William; and two daughters. Miss
Eleanor Brown and Mrs. Birdie Al-
len. Miss Tamara Brown is surviv-
ed by her father, Louis; two broth-
ers. Joseph and William; and two
sisters. Miss Eleanor Brown and
Mrs. Birdie Allen. Arrangements
.are in charge of Palmer's Miami
]Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
O l> i I ii a
MRS. THELMA SILBERT
40, of till ,s\v Kill -' passed away
early VtfedBesaai moi rUng. A resident
1 *. Hllberl caene lore
from New Yoik Sin- nj a member
t it'nni ivriiii Woman of QaraJ Oah-
lea. sur.vi. idc her husband,
Mike, a son. Jay, iinil a rlauKliler.
ZeMs Services were bald In I
ami Chapel ol Oordon Funeral Home,
with Hi.i.l.l s Marhtel dm listing. In-
termeat t..<>k placa in Mi. Nebo ome-
t.ry.
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Seidman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Jack
Seidman, formerly of 2729 SW 8th
st., will take place Sunday, Jan. 16,
10 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swir-
sky officiating. Mr. Seidman is
survived by his, wife Anna; three
daughters, including Fay Sabin, of
Miami; two sons; Sam and Ben, of
New York; and six grandchildren.
Mr. Seidman was a member of
Congregation Beth El. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Albert Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abraham
Albert, formerly of 1045 SW 8th
ave., will take place Sunday, Jan.
16, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi Morris Skop officiat-
ing. Mr. Albert is survived by his
wife, Minnie; two daughters, Mrs.
Henrietta Wolin, of Washington,
D.C., and Mrs. Selma Yesner, of
Miami; and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Michael A. Stavitsky of
rark, N.J., prominent civic
|er and philanthropist,
been named national
lan of the Women's
sion of the State of Israel
Organization.
Mayor Shapiro to Speak
Before North Shore PTA
North Shore Jewish Center Par-
ent-Teacher Association will meet
on Wednesday evening, Jan. 19.
Guest speaker will be Mayor Har-
old Shapiro, of Miami B#ach,. who
will speak on-the Tercentenary of
Jewish settlement in North Amer-
ica.
Judith Youngerman. modern in-
terpretive dancer, will give an il-
lustrative dance demonstration.
Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn will offer
vocal selections. In charge of the
program is Mrs. Philip Jacoby.
Skit Scheduled
Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center will meet at the Center
on Wednesday evening, Jan. 19.
Scheduled is an original playlet
produced and directed by Mrs. Wil-
liam Hechler and Mrs. William Ep-
stein.
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SAMUEL GOODMAN
Tn, ..f Til Jefferson ave., Miami I teach,
away Tn.-da\ .,/ hoini-. He
leavea two wmn, Joseph and i>r.
i Goodman, and two daughters.
Mm. By BJumenthal and Mra Hose
I "oiler. (,ii grao>dchlldren and three
i.iinl. hllilr.ii Sei vli n.i a
held in tin- Mm mi Reach Chapel of
Qordon .uncial Home, conducted l
RabM Aklva Chill, mtermenl i
Dl* in the JewiMli Hectlon of \V.
law n I*at ii in. ii >.
LEON V. DAVIDSON
M, Of HOI I llli....... -i II..I
.1 wa\ I lee. ti 111 ;l ll J I os-
pu.il Survived bj hla wife, Prances.
Remains were aent to Maw Fork ity
had Interment i>- Miami
Riverside.
CHARLES LEVY
9, i.r Palm h.-iii h. \')n |MS.-.-.i away
Jan. 7 .it his realdence. Survived by
ii. Mli. ii "ii.- later, Thelma I
-ins werr sent in New
York City for services and Interment
by Miami Hiversiile.
VICTOR WASSERMAN
66, of 811 :,ih si., Miami Beach, died
Jan. 4. A winter v laltor from I
lyn for the pas! several yaara, he was
retired tailor. Kervices and burial
ware held in Brooklyn, nii R|v< dc
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach In
charge of local errangemente.
MORRI8 ABRAMSON
o winter vlaltor her,- for n
fial yaara, died Ian. 4 Mi. Abi
retl ad owner of a Brooklyn tailor ahop
\'i| by Ins wife, Mrs Minnie
mson. and three 'laught.
^^to'iMmi
d biin.ii i....w iiiaMBal
Jb Men
ti'aoh. Wax in rhiM-i
MMml
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BESSIE RABINOWITZ
U, of BBt B. |7tb si in.i...ii. paaaed
away Deo. :: a) her realdence. Bur*
vlved by her huaband, Samuel; two
atap-aonai btol and Ell Roblnaon; four
top-daughtei -. Mary Burna, Ann
IturiiH, Ada Kosi-inan and Rea Oatrow
and one alater, FYleda Kata. Bervlraa
wi'ii- h. Id at Miami Ki \ irsi.l.'. Inli-r-
ment .is in Mi Nabo Cemetery,
SARAH KAPNER
70. of w.-si Palm Beach, died Dec M
f'lllowluK an extended illneaa ,\ native
of Auatrla, Mrs. Kauner had realded
in \\ .-st Palm Peach foj aome -" Keara
v. hrrr, until her illness, ahe was a
member of Chevra Kadlaha and active
in Temple Beth BI Blaterhood, In ad-
dition t.i hei sun. Jack, paat prealdeni
Of both the Stale and Weat I'alin
Beach ifnai li'rith IaidKes. aha leavea
four other sons, Irving, Charlea, Ben
mid Sam. all ol I'aiin BeacB and West
I'ahn Beach, and numerous ui.....I-
ehlldren. Bervlcea were held at Tem-
ih El, with Rabbi Max M Land-
man officiating;., Interment "as i..--
nhie her late huaband, Hyman Kapner,
at Wei t Palm Bi ach.
JACOB ABRAMS
71. of 141 x\v tnd at., paaaed away
m i local hoepltal. survived
by lus dauahter, Mra Lena Nleren-
beraj, Remalna arera aent i<> New fork
Tin for seivi.es and Interment bj Mi-
ami Riverside.
MRS. CLARA KANDEL
46. of i Jel for* -ii ,i..- M i
Beach, died Jan, I Bervlcea were held
at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs Kandel ini.Yed here
11 ) aai i wo ti om New fork She
husband. I lanlel, a son,
William; three brothers and a
HELEN CENTNER
70, of MM BM ; -Hi ave paaaed away
Jan. 1 in local hospital. Survived
i.\ hei- huaband, Prank, one eon, Dr.
Herman Centner, and three daushters,
Shlil.v llelmulth. Mathilda Wolpert
and Bvelyn Plahbeln Bervlcea were
held .il Miami Riverside Interment
was In Mt. Sinai CemateBI
SARAH DOERY
*5, of 740 NW 2th .1 paaaed away
Jnn 1 In a looal hospital Survived
by her sun. l.ouh*. and one Aaufhter.
Mrs. Florence Rosenblatt Ramalna
ware aent to Par Rookaway. NY., for
aervicea and Interment In Miami Rlv-
el side.
DAVID LEIBMAN
2234 Prairie ave., Miami Hea.-h. died
Jan 1. Mr, l^dhniHii. a retired real
estate man. had lived in Miami
!>. rears, .inning from New York. Ser-
vices and burial took place In Neu
York, with Rlverelde Memorial Chapel,
Miami lira. h. in charss locally. Sin-
vivina are ins if.-. Laura: six am*,
Including Joe, Miami Beaoh; and a
daughter, Mrs Helena Berglaaa,
LOUIS B. LENT
3U X Miami ave dud Dec. II. Rlv-
. i Me Memorial Chapel arranged aerv-
icea in New York Mr. Lent. 6. had
lived in Miami nine years. Surviving
la a son. Sanf-
HYMAN FUCHS
62. of 2777 SW 6th si i
Ian I ill a lo.al hospit.il Survived
by two daughters, Marjorle Kaplan
and Rebecca Bllberman, and rnit aia-
ter ,i. an Pox Ri mains wei enl lo
Providence, it.I., for aervicea and In-
terment b) Miami Riverside
SOLOMON MOSER
SO, of IM nk "'.'.id si passed awaj
Jan. In a local hospital. Survived
by a aon. Loula, ol Chicago Ramalna
sent to Chicago for aervicea and
Interment by Miami Rlveratde.
JACK MlLLMAN
5.1. of iss:, Daytonia rd., Miami Beach,
paaaed away .Inn Rlverelde, Miami
leach waa In charge.
LOUIS KLINE
(1, of 642 NW 3rd m paaaed away
Jan, I. Services were held in linrdon's
Miami Hcach Funeral Home, with bur-
ial in Mt. Slnal Cemetery. Mr. Kline
waa a retired ahoe atore owner who
had lived hare aeven years, coming
from Cleveland. Surviving la u broth-
er.
JACK FELDMAN
<6, of 29S4 NJC Mtth m.. paaaed away
Jan. 4 In a local hospital Survived
by hla daughter. Ruth Fine, one
brother, lalward, and one sister. Syl-
via IjixariiN. Remains were sent to
llmnklvn for servlcea anil Interment
In Miami Rlwralde.
EDWARD E. LIBERATORS
:,4. of ii; Collins ave.. Miami I
passed away Jan. J. Reach Memorial
Chapel waa In charge.
HAROLD KARL HALPERT
47. died Jan. In Portland? Mi \
former resident of Coral Gables, M
Halperi had baslnesa intereatu here
Including Whitehall Fabrics, He waa
also a.liv.- in Miami's little theater
movement and gave Ii>kI piano re-
ntals. Mr Halpei i is sur\ Ived b hi
wife Florence, daughter of Mrs. Ann
M. Weinsteln, Palm I land. Miami
Beai b .i son, Bti phen one daughtei.
Mi,-- Joanna llalpert: two sit.rs, of
Fall River, Mass; and live brothers,
of Mass and New York. At the time
of hla death, Mr Halperi wai
ii in of the Temple Board of Adult
Education In Portland.
JERRY HERMAN
71, passed away at a local DUralng
home Jan 10. Mr. Herman, a
Photographer, Is survived by his wife,
Fanny, of Brooklyn, NY Bervl >
and interment look place in New York
city.
PAULINE PEARL HOFFMAN
n, passed awa| si s local hospital
Jan. :i He h.oi resided at 7ii Euclid
ave., Miami Reach for the past Iwo
month* Mr- Hoffman is survived t
two "ii \.".:i of Mi.Idle Village.
I.I., and I l ed. of l'.rnokh li.
MRS. SHIRLEY Q. FORTANG
47, of i6ir, sw nth -t who came here
i years ago from New York City, died
Jan I Surviving are her In
William II ; a daughter, .loan, of Mi-
ami, ami .i brother, Bamuel Ouber-
man. Miami Servlcea w..... held in
Mi. tier ciiipel, with burial iii Mi
B n.ii i ein.t. i v
MRS. SAMUEL LERER
7n. of U n sw Sth .i resident of
loi eighl .iiiitm from
Hartford, i.'oun, die.I I.hi 7 She was
a meml.ei of the Miami Hebrew S'lio.,1
and Congregation, the Ml Blnal Hos-
pital Auxiliary and the Ha'1
Surviving arc bai husband, Kelmsn,
and iiv Mi Jennie Pried >no
Ellen Welnrfroff, ail of M ami
Bervlcea were h.-ld In flordon"i
chapel, with burial in Mt Sinai Ceme-
tery.
SAMUEL ASKINOSS
' SW 16th ter.. who eatne here
seven years ago fiom Bprlngfleld.
Masa.i died Jan. 7. He waa a retired
scrap dealer. Surviving Jcre a son.
Milton. Philadelphia, two daughters,
Mrs. Lillian Kahn. Miami, and Mrs.
Ruth Cooper, Springfield; s brother
and four grandchildren. Services were
held In Gordon's Miami Chapel, with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. FANNIE YELLIN
72, of sun Lenox ave., Miami It. .oh.
a resident lure for II roars, died Sat-
urday, she came from woodridge,
N Y. she is survrvoi bi hei husband.
JullUS, and a ilailgllK'l. Mrs IM-ie
Cantor, of W.....I'Lite Service* >.
held In i loi .1 i Kl a. h Chapel.
with burial In Ml Blnal Cemetery.
MORRIS SCHONWALD
7."., of .".1177 N nay rd Mad Hsturday,
.....from Oklahoma Cltj and was
a retired "il ].....III. ei He
l.\ a daughter. Mrs. Zrlma Wolff. Mi-
ami Be oh, a eon, Fred P iklahoma
City, and five grandfhlldren.
took place in Oklahoma City, with
Riverside Memorial Chapel, M -
Me.nh. in charge of looal arrange-
ments.
JACK SOSNIAK
U, of IStl WH -rd st .ii.-.i Saturday
real estate sale-man and
came here III \ ea I SCO Pom New
York. Surviving are hla wife, Rose;
his father, a brother and two sisters.
Bervlcea and burial took place In New
York, with the Cordon Funeral Home
ii barge looaBi
MRS. MINNIE W. COLINS
2, of J701 Royal Palm ave., Miami
llench. a note,I singer and ulaniat In
both Europe and America, oleil Sun-
dav, Servl.es were held in Reach Me-
morial Chapel. Mrs. CoHM had In ed
In Miami for 20 yeara, coming from
Woii-hy-the-Sea. N .1 She la surviv-
ed by her huaband, Mario.
LARRY FAY
73. of R90 NE 7ith st who founded
and formerly oarned Favmus Fay's
Dress Shop here, died Monday. Mr.
Fay, who came here 2 yeara ago from
New York, Is aurvlved l.y his wife,
Fannie U; two aona. Morty and Ar-
thur, both of Miami: two brothers
and a alater. He was retired when he
died.
MRS. DORA ARENBURQ
7r>. of 1300 Kth st.. Ray Harbor, died
here Sumlav. Services were held In
Cincinnati, with local arrangements
by Beach Memorial Chapel Mrs. Ar-
euhurg came to Miami 17 years ago
ft ..in Cincinnati. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mra. Anabelle Ralikln, of Mlamt
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LIFE ... Ida two page spread "What
happens when LIFE hits Miami".
Merit award of the America n
ORT Federation for distin-
guished service in the field of
human rehabilitation will be
presented to Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz at the annual meet-
ing of the organization's
board of directors on Jan. 15
in New York City. ORT
award was first established
in 1949. Previous recipient
have been Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman and Dr. William
Haber.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1955
SECTION B
LADUINSKY FIRING STILL
MAJOR ISSUE
Mrs. Ablin Named to Head
Patron's Tea in Women's
Division of Combined Appeal

|ck A. Ablin, former Com-
vi.-h Appeal Women's Di-
chairman, has been nam
inn of the women's I'at
it has been announced
Samuel Simonhoff, Divi-
Irman.
Drganizational meeting of
was held on Monday in
ps of the Greater Miami
federation, with many of
[top level personalities in
ee.
trons Tea is the first fund
Ivent planned in the Worn-
lision. the chairman ex-
plained, and this social affair set
I ho pace for the rest of the cam
'paign.
The Women's Division achieved
!!! percent of its quota in last year's
campaign and was responsible for
' enrolling many thousands of volun-
teer workers in the one-day door
; to-door drive.
Patrons Tea will be held on Jan.
21 at the home of Col. and Mrs. Ja
cob M. Arvey, Mrs. Ablin revealed.
A nationally known speaker has
been invited to attend the kickoff
affair.
Present at the first planning
imians Take Lead
In Development Issue
striking proof that women
g an increasingly impor-
as investors, American
omen this past year have
ore than $5,500,000 worth
| of Israel Development
I bolster the new nation's
ndependence. according
Alexander Lowenthal of
i of Law
ation Sunday
)f Law will be presented to
m Synagogue by its Sister
ing ceremonies Sunday
Jan. 16. at 139 NW 3rd
rding to an announce-
Bis week by Rabbi Arie
Spintii.il leader.
Jupeakers will include Beth
Ml leader Rabbi Shmar
jisky: Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
th Israel Congregation;
fre past president of Great-
i Rabbinical Association
imon April, of Miami He-
ool and Congregation; and
muel Krolowitz.
Becker explained that the
Downtown Synagogue was
ination of a series of af-
by the Sisterhood for the
of a new Scroll of Law.
rge of the affairs were Sis-
president Mrs. Louis Sch-
Mrs. Pearl Krieger. vice
t; Mw. Benjamin Agra
retary; and Mrs. Sam Solo-
asurer.
al portion of the Jan. 16
will include Cantors Mau-
amcbes, Beth David Syna-
Fishel Lutman. Beth El
ation; and Berele Kelemer,
ebrew School and Congre-
Becker will deliver a spe-
non for the Torah dedica-
te**! Arie t,cktr
Pittsburgh, chairman of the Na-
tional Women's Division of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, in a report
i recently to the organization's
; Board of Governors.
In addition to their own purchas-
| e. women have sold to the men in
their families, to their friends and
; neighbors, and other members of
their communities, several million
dollars worth of Israel Bonds.
Here in the Greater Miami area,
under the leadership of Mrs. Monte
Selig, chairman of the Women's
Division, an impressive record was
set for 1954, Jacob Sher. overall
chairman, revealed here. Sponsors
of Israel, women purchasing a
minimum of $1,000 in Israel Bonds,
totalled an enrollment of 101; matt-
en Trustees of Israel, purchasers
of a minimum of $10,000 in Israel
Bonds, numbered two: Mrs. Sarah
Czech and Mrs. Francis Rubin,
both of Miami Beach.
In a summary of the women's
activities for tnc past year, Mrs.
Selig said, "There have been
luncheons and teas, days and
nights of busy meetings and rally'.
and hectic running to and fro in
tireless attempts to sell more and
more of the Israel Bonds which
means so much to the future of
Israel. But I am happy that through
these efforts, the. Women's Divi-
sion not only set a goal, but reach-
ed it."
nights of busy meetings and rallies
Also in 1954, under the 'leader-
ship of Sher, 72 Guardians of Israel
were enrolled here72 men who
have undertaken to be the eco-
nomic guardians of the new democ-
racy. Trustees of Israel, purchas-
ers of a minimum of $10,000 in Is-
rael Bonds, enrolled were 15.
(losing the books for 1994. Sher
said it was "gratifying to know
that the year was a successful one
in helping Israel on her way to
becoming an economically secure
state: for Israel Bonds are the
backbone of her industry and agri-
culture. But unfortunately Israel
can not realize her hopes and
dreams over nijjht."
neeting on Monday were the Mes-
lames Gabriel Heatter. Sam J.
Heiman. Sam Blank. Jack A. Ablin.
Jack earner. Robert Gould. Samuel
Simonhoff. Irving Lchrman, OMa
Rubin, Samuel Friedland, Sam
Rost, Leon Jacobs, Leo GemgroM.
The Mesdames David Phillips,
Samuel Lipton, George Goldberg.
Clem Meyerson. Samuel J. Hal-
perin, Joseph Lipton. and Samuel
T. Sapiro
Other members of the Patrons
Tea committee not present at the
first organizational meeting are
the Mesdames Leonard A. Abess.
Louis Altschul, Max Boderman, Ja-
cob Kntine. Charles H. Fruchtman,
Ljmii Glasser, Martin Goldring,
Sam A. Goldstein. Robert Z.
Greene, Anna W. Hirschman, Her-
man Jacobs, Benjamin Kane, Mor-
ris Lefkoe, Baron de Hindi
Meyer.
The Mesdames Anna Brenner
Meyers. Frances Miller. Coleman
H. Olen, Samuel Oritt, Max Oro-
vitz, Matilda Ratner, Dan B. Rus-
kin, Monte Selig. Jacob Sher, Mich-
ael Steckloff. Carl Weinkle and
Leonard A. Wien.
National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Joseph F.
Barr presents a copy of "Jews in American Wars]' to President
Dwight D. Eisenhower during a White House conference last
week. Commander Barr, whose stop in Washington followed
on the heels of a brief Miami Beach vacation, discussed with
Mr. Eisenhower aspects of veterans' legislation.
ISRAELI CITIZEN WONDERS
Year Ends With Arab
Belligerence Unabated
Miami Beach Girl
New Regional Head
A Miami Beach girl. Lois Gold-
finger, was elected president of
the Florida region of B'nai B'rith
1 Girls at the group's annual conven-
I tion held in Orlando.
Miss Goldfinger. 1750 71st st..
; succeeds Barbara Pearl, 1100 SW
123rd ave.. past president. Miss
Pearl was named a counselor for
the coming year.
Others elected to posts included
Joan Siege!. 1540 SW 29th ave..
j vice president; Ruth Platt, 7920
Byron ave.. Miami Beach, corre-
[ spending secretary; Rot Hirsch,
i423 Ahneria. Coral Gables, treas-
urer; and Gwen Stone, 3616 SW
26lh ter.. editor.
Shelia Pearl, West Palm Beach.
' was named second vice president.
AZA, boys organization holding
' It meeting in conjunction with
the B'nai B'rith girls convention,
named Ross Sandier. 4841 Biltmore
I drive. Coral Gables, as editor.
By RINNA GROSSMAN
AJP
1954 has ended. For most of us.
it was, perhaps, primarily, a year
in which uncertain global peace
managed nvt to turn into irre
vocable devastation. The members
of international hostility -moulder-
i ed ominously all year, but never
quite flared up into the consuming
flames of World War III. Slaugh-
ter in Indo-China came to a dote
The age-old problem of Trieste was
dealt with, however impermanent-
ly. France, ironically under the
guidance of her Jewish Premier,
' bitterly permitted Western Ger
J many to assume total sovereignty.
Moscow rumbled, from the Krem-
', lin to Peiping and back, but the
provocation was controlled
But in one area of the world
there was neither peace, nor even
its promise. To the borders of Is-
1 rael, 1954 brought no let up. The
j Arab States remained adamant in
I their refusal to talk peace. Their
I threats resounded from each of the
seven capitals and from the floor
of the UN. The essence of their
statements was always the same.
An unaltered hatred for the Jewish
State and an unmitigated desire for
her annihilation. And since words
were accompanied whenever pos-
sible by action, whether it was in-
filtration, psychological warfare, or
blackmail on an international
scale, it might be well, now that
1955 is here, to take a retrospective
look at the gist of some of the
statements which the'Arab leaders
made in the course of the past few-
months alone.
From Syria, Faris el Khouri.
Prime Minister and avowed enemy
of Israel, spoke often. To his Par
liament in Damascus in November.
he said: "Peace with Israel i- in
conceivable the first round,
unfortunately, was unsuccessful.
There is no doubt that the Arabs
will prepare (or the second round
j To student*', demanding a resump-
tion of war against Israel, he sent
this assurance: 'We are waiting
for the suitable occasion ... we
j trust in Allah and in you. the new
generation."
From neighboring Jordan came
j the words of King Hussein. Making
I his Speech from the Throne." the
I Arab monarch told his people that
| "There will be neither peace nor
| negotiations with Israel."
Even King Saud of Saudi Arabia.
i 'ess loquacious and more power-
ful than most of the Arab rulers,
j added fuel to the fires of belliger-
ence. "There are millions among
the Arabs and the Moslems who
cherish the desire to spill their
blood against Zionism."
Iraq's Prime Minister, Nuri
I Said, kept up a series of inflam-
matory statements As recently as
I the middle of December, he thrill-
el the familiar and manaical slan-
der: "The Zionist danger is no
less great than the Russian one "
Recent expressions of opinion in
Egypt, where the last days of the
year saw the staging of a trial for
the lives of 12 Jews, accused of
espionage for the State of Israel,
and conducted with the full pano-
ply of torture, extortion and libel,
included the statement made by
the official Egyptian broadcasting
station that "Egypt sees Israel as
a cancer endangering the Arab peo-
ple. Egypt is the physician who
can uproot this cancer."
The Egyptian Propaganda Min-
ister told the visiting newspaper-
men in Cairo on December 19 that
"First of all we must defend our-
selves against the real enemy, Is-
rael, and only afterwards can we
think of joint efforts with the
West."
So it went all year. And in Is-
rael, the man in the street listened
with peturbation. readied himself
and waited to see what the new
year would bring to him.
Famous Wagnerian Soprano Appeared 61 Times With New York Philharmonic
Eileen Farrell to Perform With U of M Orchestra
Eileen Farrell, dramatic soprani
and RCA Victor recording star, wil'
be guest artist at the fourth pair
or concerts this season scheduled
by the University of Miami Sym
phony Orchestra.
Concerts will be heard Sunday
and Monday evenings, Jan. 23 and
!4, at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums Dean John
Bitter will be conductor.
ssor of one of the greatest
voices this country h:is produced,
Miss Farrell is also recognized by
critics throughout the nation as a
superb musician and artist. In Oc
tober of the 193051 season. Miss
Farrell nu.de her New York rental
debut before a capacity house in
Carnegie Hall.
She has had 61 solo perform-
ances in five separate engagements ,
with the New York Philharmonic!" m,"or- by Beethoven, with Ar
Symphony Orchestra. I,uro Toscamm conducting.
Among Miss Farrcll's recordings
are five songs of Mathilda Wesen-
doak set to music by Richard Wag
ner; Act I Scene III of Siegfried, by
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THE TERCENTENARY STORY
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Text by DANIEL ELAZAR
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December 31. 1954
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts .................................................. $21,072,123.52
Banking House, Other Equipment
(The Alfred I. duPont Building) ........................ 2.553.771.17
Prepaid Expenses ........................................................ 2J62.52
Other Resources .......................................................... 3.SS
Customers Liability AC
Letters of Credit .................................................... 52.838.18
Accrued Interest and
Income Receivable ................ S 273.879.54
U. S. Government Securities ........ 33.790.338.80
Florida County and
Municipal Bonds .................... 3.458.626.66
Federal Reserve Bank Stock ........ 216.000.00
Other Securities .............................. 95.620.08
Cash on Hand and
Due Uora Banks ...................... 25.857.984.47 63.692.449.55
S87.373.808.93
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Capital Stock .................................. S 3.600.000.00
Surplus .............................................. 3.600.000.00
Undivided Profits ............................ 395.827.46
Reserve for Contingencies ..........................................
Reserve for Taxes. Interest. Etc.................................
Interest 6> Income Collected. Not Earned ................
Letters of Credit ............................................................
Deposits .......................................................................... 78.202.095.80
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Aaajalent \ h .--I'r. id< nl
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Ai.-i-!uiil \'i. ^-l-ieid-l
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AaafMaTQI 'hs1iIi
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AnalHlant Caahler
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AiaKlnCMIil 'ashler
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Prua 11 hard Stre < '..
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Chalrmun of lh- Board
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JARY 14, 1955
-JewtstifhrMtor
BAL SHORTS
PAGE 5 B
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that
I
[Arabs Won't Solve
ProblemsYoran
?AM (JTA) Arming
states cannot further
ind constructive solu-
le East problems," Dr.
new Minister of Is-
letherlands, said here.
52nd annual conven-
)utch Zionist Associa-
te 1 would continue to
1st Egypt's closure of
ial to Israel shipping
the trial of the 12 re-
in the Cairo espion-
A*Rk

M .:
) be
i Aori
Invited
rica Parley
(JTA) Israel is the
Eastern state which
invited to the confer-
n and African nations
n Bandujig. Indonesia.
according to the deci-
Bjd here by the Prime
the Colombo powers
>tings in Jakarta.
I in Must Pay
ish Community
TA) The local Ad-
'nurt has in an impor-
confirmed that all
Berlin who list them-
ws are automatically
the Jewish commu-
be compelled to pay
tax" collected by it.
Jewish community and most Jew-
ish organizations in Italy, held a
two-day conference here this week
on plans for reawakening the
spiritual forces of Italian Jewry.
Speakers at the conference discuss-
ed the various social, educational,
religious and political problems
facing Jewish communities in this
country.

essions Won't
eSalem
I < WNS)Egypt would
Bake peace with Israel
I event the Jewish State
Bjec to carry out certain
ns on the partition of
d to readmit the Arab
ypt's Minister of Na-
nce, Salah Salem, was
have told Syrian jour-
Ivisited him in Cairo.
Says Judaism
[Christian Hatred
(WNS) Judaism is
fcn "but a cult based on
Christianity" and Jesus
By Christians "were not
Bin in' than they were
one of the country's
[mites, Condi McGin-
Jewish News of New-
i1111111.111. ..li -1> disclaim-
paper he edits, "Com-
sheet which has
a "clearing house for
Janda" by the House
[on Un-American Activ-
racisl publication.
[Cabinet Delays
Renewal of Talks
i (JTA I The Austrian
Bs not intend to take any
thi- direction of renew-
ations with Jewish or-
on payments for heir-
property until after
|t vacation, it was indi
government spokesman
[No preparations for the
such talks have been
r, he added.
led by Harriman
tecutive Positions
(A.IP) Governor Av-
iman has named two
fportant State posts: Jul-
1 of Brooklyn, as chair-
Slate Athletic i_'ommis-
psidor I.iilun as Indus-
liasioner, heading the
irrment.
Italy Hold Meeting
unity Problems
[(JTA) Three hundred
representing every
Johnston to Make Third
Attempt at Jordan Solution
JERUSALEM Eric John-
ston, President Eisenhower's spe-
cial envoy, is expected to arrive in
the Near East early this month to
make another attempt, his third,
to bring the Arab States and Is-
rael together-on the joint develop-
ment of the Jordan River Water
Project.
Lebanon Dooms 3 Zionists;
27 Others Reported Sentenced
PARIS (WNS)A military tri-
bunal in Lebanon this week doom-
ed three alleged members of a
"Zionist terrorist" ring claimed to
have been captured last July in the
act of transporting explosives and
time bombs to Israel, according to
a report from Beirut. In addition,
27 were reported to have been sen-
tenced to prison terms ranging
from two to twenty years.
Israeli Scientists Invited
To U.S. Atomic Course
WASHINGTON (WNS) United
States authorities have communi-
cated with Israel with a view to
participation in a special four-week
course in radioisotope techniques,
to start next May at the Oak Ridge
Institute of Nuclear Studies, and
Israeli scientists may thus partici-
pate in the first of several projects
advancing President Eisenhower's
"Atoms for Peace" plan, it was
reported here.
Jewish School Enrollment
Increased in Newark
NEWARK (JTA)Increased en-
rollment in religious schools
throughout this area was reported
by the Jewish Education Associa-
tion of Essex County this week.
There are now 6.405 pupils in the
33 weekdays and one day-a-week
schools affiliated with the JEA.
The total does not include 400
youngstets in schools not affiliated
with the JEA or receiving private
instructions.
Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof, of
Temple Rodef Shalom, Pitts-
burgh, has been named co-
chairman of the religious or-
ganizations committee for
Brotherhood Week, to be ob-
served February 20 through
27, under the sponsorship of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. Presi-
dent Eisenhower is honorary
chairman o f Brotherhood
Week and Ben Duffy, presi-
dent of Batten, Barton, Dur-
stine & Osborn, advertising
agency, is general chairman.
Sex Conversion Operations
Held Illegal in Israel
JERUSALEM (WNS)Attorney
General Chaim Cohen has handed
down a ruling that sex conversion
operations are against the law and
that they cannot be performed
even where there is specific con-
sent by the party or parties con-
cerned, it was disclosed here by
the Ministry of Health. The Attor-
ney General handed down the rul-
ing after having been asked for
advice by the legal advisors to the
Ministry of Health.
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LONDON (AJP) Returning to
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gogue and were told by the Rabbi
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Cantor Berger in Concert
Boy Cantor Lazarke Berger will
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tion, according to an announce-
ment this week by Rabbi Akiva
Chill, spiritual leader. Cantor Ber-
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Jacob's Friday evening and Satur-
day morning services.
Italian Jews Protest Against
Saudi Arabian Bias Practices
ROME (WNS) A memorandum
protesting against a demand by
Saudi Arabia that Italian business
firms exporting merchandise to
Arab countries file declarations
that they are not of the "Jewish
race" was submitted to the Minis-
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Ladejinsky Gets New Job but Firing Still Issue
WASHINGTON 1WNS1 l'ii>.i (i:,Ii.,m I...-.,I...I I., n ,..,1.1 I.' s:i II..... I.. ii... i.. .. I............i......... I,,,,,I, ii,,nll mil In linin>,l li'U I ll I......ll""1 "' .......H "" *'" li'l'iM Hi lt|n nl Irliill
W ISHINGTON (WNSl Pre i
deal Elaenhower whs urged iin
week In fire Mil.in I) Smith, iiw
IlllVr ;i, latatll In SitiiI.iii i,| \,:
riciilfin Kara | Benson wlin ni
dol ill I In- .Hill Siiiillu Vlll |, II, ,
againal Wiiii I adejlnakj and J
Ohmn i ultj seeurlt) i.iiu.t re
sponalble i,.i tin- I adejlniik) i i
I In i' '|in l lui linn id .mis .nl w.,s
in.nl, ii\ Americans i,,i Democratic
Action (lit il |.....p in, lulling
DriliiMliili. mill Hi'piililu .in hi., i
ii K
Unless Ihe) .hi luatlfy their
rondurl flei tali hearing, the
iwn ikould >>' dlantlaetd, declared
llir AI >. \ sI.iIiiiiiiiI. which .il"
erltlclted Secretarj Benaon The
Si'illl.il i ||d \l> V III Trillin in
mi: Ins dec! Ion .ir.nn i I adejlnsky
nun hr li.nl iir.ii given ii -in Itlvi
lull .ii Hi. i- >i< i>.;ii Operation* Ail
iiif11 ii.iii.hi. dramatises id. m.i
otic seem f v i"nceduir of oui
H iiiiniii ..nil iii mi 'ii rreilll upon
iin- i mi.,1 Btati
iii H.r, announced during id*
w.'rk iii.ii Mi i adajinak) whu --
I,.-, n in. ,i .. i ceurltj nab hi
.siii.i.iiv Benaon from ins i". < a
.nl |i iiiiui .ii atlachi .ii > I' I '
In i"k>" ii.nl in-ill hin i bj
Mi. Foreign Operation! Admlni
I ration, headed 1 >\ Humid I SI i
sill. In ltd -I I.Hill I I'flll III |"li [ill
llir 1'ii.A .iiini.ii I,, Hi. I.mil ii I'H in
in- had ratii'ii nut in Japan
in .i communication i" prole Una
organization*. Secretarj Ben on
aid "While t h \ i i i letlei
a i made at ailahli' lo rcportci
ii u.i. mil done ai reflecting Ihe
i Ii a "i iin-, Ilepaliiin-iit in an)
.....11 and I i egi el Ihc ct rat Ion
..I thai Implli allon I am al n ui
pi i i ,1 and ln ked i hal an( i
Semitic Implication have been
I .11 Pl| III Hi. pi I- .1 .1 I. Illl "I
III.- I. II. I Illl I I, |..il I III. Ill lllls
man) l"> il .! i ii i" nple In Ha
in 11ii i% ii" are giving honeal and
.ui i H hi i,,ii .hi.i \ ..in.iiil. .I \ ice
in ..in niiiiii)
I ui. nl. I I,. iin.hi Hi, In I I"
late a II houl hi Hum > tn> long
mnl l.i ting . 11 allon !" Ihe Ji
i ,n pciipli I would in- .nil,.", Iin
lui in id |.i.h ni\ in. in|ii i"
, pi nil mi noti Si milli twin
IUI "in,11 \ Mv v. ill i\ .i i '
..Ml l "III III ltl)l\ III Illl l ll IV
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mi.iI.iiii nn "ui I """" I" i'""
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Coral Gable* community hkjoVo roctiva thoir astiqnmcnta
in th Combined Jew La h Appeal. Shown at a planning moot
lrvq at the horn* oi Mr. and Mrt. Louis Goldman are 'loll to
nqht) George Chortkof. Rabbi Monia Skop, Rabbi B Loon Hui
wttz. loaoph Gartield and Sam Weieael. The Combined Itwuh
Appatal opanad on Ian. 13 with a qoal ol Sl.3S0.000.
M i v i v. v t % i o m e> o o ft *. sa schcdu
11 i In I In- livi i Ii "i r.nii/.ili'Hi
rame h ei < i< ul in oti i mi
linn in iin......11'.nn.'.ii Ion and
railing upon him In repudiate Ihe
,i, i......ii in aide, Mi Smiili. in
I.-I..I mi: Hi.- .inn Semitic li-ii.-i bj
Ml \ mi m defense "i Ihe Depart
mi-ill .ii mi ..il of Mi I nl' nn k\
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all in i" hat' been I......iihl
in pi. i.i.-iii I i lenhowei .itii-n
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ii.ilHHi.il i ,,nun.iinli i i.l III.- Ii u i Ii
w .ii v.i. i .in who a i" -'-' iln-
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tin- morning I'hc mallei will .il "
I he ill in' il M il Ii i I i'Iji \ "I \r
i iiihIIhii' ii'ii'.ii who agrei'd lo
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live 'In Iiil
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.i lecurit) n >
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defended lt ouatei b) pointing oul
Hi,.i I .nli jnisk> had worked > an
mliipreirr tol Aintnrg. the Bovlet
trading orgaalxaUon, >< hwi n
(lisnninled anil ( mnnninut arlnlrs
he had written tn IV44 and IW43.
averting that Mr LgdtJIlMSj'l
father and three kitten were ali%e
in KuMla at the time thotc articlei
appeared, and hinted he might j
have made a deal with the
BguagggM leading him "to btUgajg
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BANKING
FACILITIES
Commercial Loan.
Safa Dapoiit Vault.
Special Checlinij Account.
Collection Department
Coniumar Credit Dapf.
Eicrow Department
Commercial tanking
Foraign Department

Savings Accounts
i liaaamilOUT
Ctih............
Qovarnmant Inndi ............
Stata, County and Munlolp.l Bonili.............
Othar londt .............
I.d.r.l Ratarva lank Itaok ......
Obllgallont rally Ouanntaad ly U. t. 0ornmrit
loan* and Dliooantt Fully taourad ........
utlnati and Othar loam ...........
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Acorualt and Othar Ami......................
DEC 31. IK2
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3.117,111.41
141.131.41
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0.114,101.II 11.111,011.01
4.101,001.01 1.114,III.
1.000.00 0M00.00
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0.011,111.11 1.011,41111
lll.44l.ll 411.011.11
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LUIIUTIES
Doaatlti ....................
LiHarael Credit ...............
Aooraali and Othar ll.bllli.ti........
Capital (Common tlook) ...........
Surplus. Undivided Profits and Rsisrvti
Total Capital Fundi ................
S11.4B1.IIB 71 140.l77.01l.il 151,417,111 11
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141.17B.47
70,111.14
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311,113.10 444,131.101
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TOTAL LIABILITIES....................... 111457 III Jl 141,177,011.11 141111111
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS
P. J. SERRALLES THEODORE A. DAVIS, JR.
Chaim.an "a laard
EDUARDO MORALES J. M. GARCIA
Pint V1a FVatldant Vlaa rVaaia'ail
E. A. GERARD G. D. FAHRNER
Vica Praaldanl Vi Praiidaal
D. R. JACKSON JOHN L HALL
An iii V,. Pratldanl Aii ilail Vlea Pra*7aW<
FRANCES P. LYONS
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W. C. PAYNE
Vi.a reaUJaa* and Cashier
W. E. BOYD
Vi. PraslaW
C. H. MclNTIRE
Auil.-I CwAlO 4 I '#r
H. HARRY DENHAM
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U:l5 Love of Ufa
12:30 Welcome Traveler 1 "
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1*0j Brunch Wfth Judy Roy P.orers
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1-JOi Art Linkletter To Be Ann'red I I'M Review
1:40 Industry Parade
Winky Dinky J Noon Edition
I I lx>ve of Life
, Disneyland I Search T'mor'j
1 lluidint lJgh t
, Ti> Be Ann'red I Br"ch W. Judy
I Welcome Trav
:uo Bis Payoff
2:1
2:30, Jack Cobb
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, J o'clock Hlnh Comedy Hour Cobb s Corner
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House party

Vision
SCHACHTER'S
Yiddish Program
Evtry Sunday, WMIM, 11:30 a.m. to
2 :m. Thi presrem it the first and
has Hit largest listening anaieace
Savings Accounts
UTI* AMUICA
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President, Fellsmers
Sugar Producers Asseeletie* '
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"Tht Only Yiddish Cultural
Program in Crtater Miami"
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PAN AMERICAN BANK of MIAMI
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Whopper's Quids
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Ilenn & Mlcltey
Annie Oakley
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6.-00 Miami Hie Dept.
:10 Hralliiiiun
:T6' Jack of All Sports I
6:301 I>et's Go Klshlns '
6:44 Menu-k Reporting
Cav. of America
Lone Kansei

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News Rvnick Reports
Death Valley Days I
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Jackie Uleaaon Toast of Town
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1 Perry Como
Boras 4 Allet
Talent Scouts
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I I.ova Lucy
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10:00
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Sunday News
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Sim riff
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Miami Wholesale Corporation
120-6 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737
rVe Carry a Complete line of linens for
HOTELS MOTELS APARTMENT HOUSES
Cannon Shafts Blankets Towels Bed Pads
Pillow Cases Spreads Dish Towels
Plastic Goods, etc.
Fully Afar Conditioned Ample Parking
of
Nozzle Nolen Sez -
Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of
LIFE ... the two page spread ''What
happens when LIFE hits Miami".
Concrete means thrift whether you build
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a hotel, motel or apartment house ... a highway,
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And, the thrifty way to buy concrete and
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We promise you the highest quality products,
an earnest effort to maintain stable,
reasonable prices, prompt deliveries and
... a personal interest in your project,
whether it's large or sma
Be Thrifty..
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PHONE 2-7261
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Call Maule
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PAGE 9 B
Ida State ADL
:s Conference
State Anti-Defamation
| conference will be held on
Jan. 30, at the Elbo room
'ennsylvania hotel in West
ach. it has been announced
ford M. Swerdlin of Ml-
orida State ADL chairman,
nference sessions will be-
B U0 a.m. and conclude < 5
Kid ;iri' being held under the
fc-ship of the Florida State
|tioQ nt B'ntu fc'rith Lcxlflcjs
fceration with the Florida Re-
|aDI. Office.
chairmen and committee
s and ADL keymen from
fettles throughout F'lorida
Cted to attend the all day
nee. Included among the
s to be discussed at the con-
are resort discrimination
ida. anti-discriminatory ad-
g legislation, the U.S. Su-
Court decision in the school
lion cases and desegrega-
the public schools, organiz-
|i Semitism and bigotry in
and educational program-
ed the furtherance of dem-
group understanding in
[State ADL conference plan-
lommittee is comprised of
in: Sidney M. Aronovitz,
fcnt. F'lorida State Federa-
B'nai B'rith Lodges: Frank
Infeld, of St. Petersburg, co-
|an. State ADL committee:
Koslow, president. Palm
lodge B'nai B'rith, Wed
leach; Jack Kapner. ADL
an. Palm Beach Lodge:
J. Talianoff, ADL national
Is-iniier.
J. Wolper. St. Petersburg.
[in elect, Florida State Fed
of B'nai B'rith Lodges: and
J. Balkin, director, Florida
ftffice.
are made available."
The United Cerebral Palsy Clinic I
is located at 1612 SW 1st si, Mi-
ami. Telethon headquarters have
been opened at 907 West 41st, Mi-
ami Beach. The Miami volunteer*
office is al 2113 (oral Way.
5ie or Phone Me
NAT GANS
Ph. 3-4616 4-9981
LlfE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Lift Insurance
Co.
3200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"ot 5 Points"
LONG-DISTANCE
MOVERS
DAILY PICKUPS
New York, New Jersey, Phila-
delphia, Baltimore, Washington,
Albany, Boston, Providence all
other points.
DIAL 5-7147
RETURN LOAD RATES
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
655 COLLINS AVE.
PERSOKAMZED
"4fT" "MAURI1
Gathering at the Sovereign hotel recently to make final plans
for their annual Purim banquet are Jewish National Fund
leaders of Chicago. Left to right are Philip Klutznick, interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Illinois
Democratic national committeeman. and William Jay Robin-
son, attorney and president of JNF. Klutznick will be honored
for his contributions to world Jewry.
CP Telethon Leaders Named
Emeth Affair
1 affair for members of
meth Congregation Sister-
ill be held Wednesday eve-
Jan. 19. at 12201 NW 7th
Leaders of this community who
will help fn production of the an-
nual cerebral palsy telethon were
announced this week by Lee Ru-
witch, vice president and general
manager of television station
WTVJ and this year's CP telethon
chairman.
The television show will be tele-
cast over Channel 4, starting at
10:30 p.m., Saturday. Jan. 22. from
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Committee assignments include:
entertainment, Otto Fenias; volun-
teers, Burnett Roth; transporta-
tion, Charles H Netter; food, Mrs.
Eli Andron and Mrs. Claire Arlen;
finance. Louis Gillman and Felix
Klein; telephone volunteers, Cecil
Woods.
Public and guest relations. Jack
Bell, Leon McAskill and W. Keith
Phillips; auditorium revenue and
control. E. B. Elliot, Jr., and Ken-
drick McCormick; and hotel organ-
ization, Saul S. Cohen, Ben Kline
and Samuel A. Rivkind.
Dick Troxel, national known tel-
evision consultant, will act as co-
ordinator of this year's telethon.
Frank Smathers, Jr., president of
the local United Cerebral Palsy
affiliate, said, "Every year over
10,000 children in the United States
are born effected by Cerebral Pal-
sy. There are over 2.200 in this
area crippled by the disease.
Adults, too, are subject to it. Many
become involved from severe head
injuries or from severe illness with
prolonged fever.
"Many of those suffering from
cerebral palsy can be helped to
become useful citizens if accurate
diagnosis, treatment and education
SERVICE
- "NAT"
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting
Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 140 S.W. Sth Street
MIAMI TITLC%
&QhtractCo.%
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus A Reserves
Exceed $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
(il A^C F0R EVERY PURPOSE
vliHJJ STORE FRONT PUTl and WINDOW CLASS
Eurnilurt Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty
& G. Glass and Mirror Works
6 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-2728
Morris Orlim
FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI'S MOST BlAUTIfUl JEWISH fUNlRAL NOME
24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414
87 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI MITCHELL JACOBY, Mgr.
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Dade Federal
STATEMENT OF CONDITION as of DECEMBER 31, 1954
Resources
Cosh on Hand and in Banks..........................MJMIN?
U. S. Government Bonds............................. 5'? ,,: 11
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank .................... Ji'JSa?
Interest Receivable Accrued on Bonds and Investments-------- *Ii'iii*M
Dade Federal First Mortgage Loans....................3!'o*c'^
FHA Insured First Mortgage Loans....................,aUtI'Iko*!!
Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loons.............. '2e SkIm
Secured Loons to Members .......................... 859,056.."
Dade Federal Buildings, Other Real Estate,
Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment
.Including Branches) ............................. 'UiUSm
Deferred Charges and Other Assets.................... 58l,*/w.u*
TOTAL RESOURCES..................$68,113,529.02
Liabilities anil Reserves
Saving, Account, .................................$6l'iJJ'2S nl
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ............
Interest Accrued on Advances.....................
Loans in Process............... ...... .......
Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance
Other Liabilities ....................,,.,,
Specific Reserves ................. mll'ill'fl
General Reserves ................3,574,898.64
Surplus ........................ 465,076.24
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES .
00
305.60
1,614,965.24
144,277.09
68,249.29
4,111,751.39
.$68,113,529.02
Dade Federal
:.' JOSEPH M. UPTON, President
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Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of
LIFE ... the two page spread "What
happens when LIFE hits Miami".
MAIN OFFICE
ALLAPATTAH BRANCH
TAMIAMI BRANCH
EDISON CENTER BRANCH
45 N.E. First Avenuo
1400 N.W. 36th Street
1901 S.W. 8th Street
5797 N.W. 7th A.enuo
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS account* aro INSURED to $10,000 oach by the
Federal Saving* and Loan Insurance Corporation, and EARN dividends
twlc* a year lot you at the current rate ol 3 70 pM



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PAGE 11 B
ligh School
leceives
B1 Scholarship
rks, 14-year-old student
leach High School, was
warded grand prize in
lnii.il essay contest spon-
hc Miami Herald.
to Miss Marks will be a
ryi'iir scholarship to the
| of Miami. Ceremonies
Ihe young Miami Beach
held Monday in the Rob-
t H- .1.1. with Dr. Charles
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKiniY OIVKN that
the undersigned, dealrtng to iiK'i^- In
business under the fn-ililouK nanv of
i:.\l:l,s, Hi .'-"i N W. 7th Street.
Miami, i lorlda, Intend* to register
saM name with the Clerk of the C r-
cult Court of Dad.- bounty, Florida
11. E. Bl'SSBY. Hole owner
QOL.DMAN A ooi.dstk.IN
\n rneya for Registrant
ISO! w.-t Plagler Btreet, Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-21 I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thnt
thi undersigned, di Hiring to engage in
hueine** under the fictitious name of
EARL'S COFFEE SHOP, .it 22".". N W.
lath Street, Miami, Ma., Intenda t
reglstei aald name with th.- clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
It. F. Bt'SBET, Sole Owner
.UOl.I'MAN A. i :< .1.1 SI i-;iN
Attorneys for lUaMriint
2202 West 1 lagler Street. MlatntV Fla.
I/U-H-M 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN th;it
the undersigned, desiring'* to engage |n
bualneaa under the fictitioim name of
Tin: LEO ,i OOLDMAN c.itAI'HK:
.Mil's BTUDIO, at 2t;:.:. B.W. 2Mb
Avenue, Intenda to register aald name
with the clerk of the Circuit court of
I lade *ounty, FToi ida.
LEO .1. GOLDMAN, Bole Owner
12/24-31 1/T-ll_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.it
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
nualneaa under the fictitious name of
PENGUIN HOTEL, ;.t ills Ocean
Drive, Miaou Beach, Florida, Intenda
to reglnter aald name with the Clerk
of Ho i'ireiHt-Court of Little County,
Florida,
(a) I.1U.1AN WE1NIII-ATT
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
By Samuel w. Shapiro
Attorneya for l.tlli.in Wcinblatt
IJ _'!.-.] : 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMrWW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
htiKlneKs under the fhtitioun name of
WATER II i: \ T B R 8 1". l: VIC I".
BPREAIT, al M10 N.W. 58th St.. In-
tends to regiatei aid name ^ith the
('Ink of the Circuit Court "f Lade
County, Florida
UAl.KI'lll WATER HEATER
MFU. CO.
BOL MAI8EL
Attorn, \ f..i Applicant
216 Bhoreland BMg.
1^ 24-31 1/T-ll
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name ,.f
BROADWAY BAR, al 4002 N W ITih
Avenue, Miami. Intenda to register
aald name with the Clerk .if the Cir-
cuit Court, of Dnde County, Klorlda.
ir
Beach
iarp, secretary and dean
it at the UM, presiding.
grand prize winners, who
heir awards from GtKSTge
leiald managing editor,
McAlister, 14, of Hialeah
placing second, and
Kc winner James Gallatin.
Ld. sUhii-ni at South Dade.
I a sophomore at Miami
pinh School, daughter of
Airs.. Meyer B. Marks. 820
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
-. indi r th. ft. i Itloua n.me "i
I' VMNER a C \M\i.K. al 1281 B.W.
13th Tcrrneo. Intend to racist.
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court < Dad* Count}', Worlds.
HERMAN CAMNER
IK WIN L. CAMNER
Sole 04n. is .
LEONARD" KAI-lsll
Attorne> for A|i|>liiiaa)ta'
1001 iml'iai Hldg.
I 14-21 18' ..' I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the rh-iithiua name ,,f
CIIAItl.l.S STIAItT MOTOR '>. at
1761-57 N w 86th street. Miami. Flor-
l|ta. intend to reglstei aald name with
th. Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
Counl *. Floi Ida
CHARLES .1 BTEINGOLD
12405 Croton Rd No Miami, Fla.
BTITART STEINOl >l.1 >
11405 Croton Rd No. Miami, Fla,
ALBERT I. ROSEN
Attorney for Charles .1 Rtelngold
and Stuart Btelngold
11 21-31 1/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
e* aiAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business1 under the flctltloua name of
MASTERS FABRICS ft INTER-
IORS, at 109 H M. sih Btreet, intends
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida
JOSEPH MASTERS, Sole owner
HAROLD BTRUMPF
Attorney for Applicant
Beybold Hldg.
II 17-24-1] l 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
tli underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
ln< sa under the flctltloua name of
KING'S TOYS, al I28M S W. 7th Ave .
North Miami, FldTlda, intend to
t.'i said Fiam.- with the Clerk of the
Circuit Com t of uade County, Klorlda.
I.la i BICHBERG
CARLYJS E1CHJBERQ
'HllriNARD III T.si.r;
AtMno.tr f.n KltK'UTi.vo
:..'|i illinifu i:blg., MutJui. lluiida
12vlr-2*-::i i'7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '
thu undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under Ihe fictitious name of
CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN.
al 2S4M West Flaglei St., Miami. I
Intenda t.....glstei aald name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Da
County, Florida
s\.\iri:i. m scHACK, Sole Owner
c ;c ii.i i\i \ v \- (: iLDBTEIN
Attorneya for Reglstrsnl
230: W Flagler St., Miami. Fla.
12 24-31 1/7-J 4_________________________,
NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring t.. encage In
bualneaa under Ihe fictitious na.......'
BEACH SERVICE WATION, al
Washington Avenue, Miami Bea
|-|.ii Ida, Intend to reglstei aald name
With tha Clerk ol the Circuit Coui I
Dade County, Florida
BEN .;. hihax and
JESSIE VARIi i. n ne
FREDERICK N BARAD. ESQ
Ait..mi.' for Ben Uoodmun and
1vH. I0
IL' _'!-:: I 17-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
htlslneaa under the ftetliinna nauo of
WESTERN SHOE REPAIR a- DRY
CLEANING, al 1214 S.W. vi, street,
i orlda, Intenda t-. reglstei
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit i '"al t of i >ade County, FIc
s\.\HI-:i. i: ARRAMS
l-'.rc.KNK TANNENBAI M
Attorney for Samuel E. Abrarna
12 24-21 I'7-14
-'
KJi -t.. is the youngest girl | Collins A'viuu.-,
pain top prize in the con-
shares honors, however.
Seltzer, who also was a
eargr High l+yearold. no-
when he won first prize
NOTICS UNDER FlCTlTlO'US
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEKY GtVFK tlv.it
the undersfgned, dealrlng ro.>ngagi In
bualnesa undr the fictitious name of
SEA ISLE SI'N'I'ltY SHoe, at Su"!
if
Linda's essay was "Ju-
linquency in Dade Coun-
se and Cure." The young
a native of Miami Beach
terested in journalism as
on.
LEGAL NOTICE
IXE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
faigued, deali Ing t. engage in
under the fn-ililous name of
APARTMENTS, :ft I20S-
. v. I A\ .nil.. Miami ll.-a. h,
I to register said name wltu
f the circuit Court ol Dade
rlorlda
I8ADORE laHtltKR
s VML'EL UREENBERU
BCHL'I.MAN
for A|.|.h. anls
n Koitil Itl.lt;
h.2i
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
lei; is HEREBY OIVEN that
ralgnad. geslrlng to encage In
under the fictitious name of
JltA PRODl'CTS, at 111 N K
ue. Miami, hlorida. Intends
Mer an hi name with the (lerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
JOSEPH LEVIN
C.& MANNHEIMER
a ft.r I'hIsIii'ii l'loilints
l-!8
iia.iir.o j. i-. i ,i-.i .-.
MIAMI ItKAl'tl. I- I."
\V\m ard day of May, a
fto l.S incoAtornted ur
IFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
E NAME AND BY THE
HOHITV OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO WHOM THERE PRE8-
Af.l. COME, OREETINOK:
IKi'TA OSBORNE.
Miami ukacm. h.ohida
i.vv markowit2,
miami beach, florida
ianiki. j klein,
I i.oHIDA
. A l> I'M...
iporated under the
tons of Chapter 108 l-lolida
s. a/Ill STREET I iKVKI.ol'
CORP., n corporation, with Its
il place of Tiuslnesn at Miami
Dade County, In the Stale Of
and whereas Ihe sto. Uhol.lei s
1i corporation did on the Slat
i.. comber, A 11. IM4, obum to
i In the t.ffl.-e of the Secretary
..f the Slate of Ilotida, a Con-
all the atoekholders ulldel lio-
ns of said Chapter fin". Flor-
ahowlng the dissolution
oirimratUin.
therefore, the Se -ca hereb> certify to the fore-
i.i thai h.- is sat faffed tnat the
t'kpta of law have been coni-
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
hare hereunto aet my hand
and hav0 affixed the Great
Heal Of the State of Klorlda, at
Tullahaaaee, tbe Capital, thla
the Thirty-first day of Decem-
ber. A T. 154.
It. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State.
ic,,Mlaiiil Beach. Ilorlda.
later stahl name with the
Intend to rg
Cl.-rk of the qiiVuit tgairt
i 'i.iiiiI \, I- loi iifir. *
LEI iNARD l.i IWENTHAL
1:1.1: A NOR UOW ENTIIAI.
Sole Owners
GEORGE CHKRTKOF
Attorney for 0 net I
.',..7 oiMiipla Puiiiling, Miami,
1/14-21-28 I I
it Dade
(SEAL)
(SEAL)
Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW*
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago in
business under the fictitious name of
EARLS MARKET, at 2201 N.W 7,uh
Btreet, .Miami, Fla.. Intenda to regUter
said name l||l -Up Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court i>f IWde Cebnty. Florl la.
It E. UI'SHKV. Sole owner
i;i il.I.MAN .V <:ol.l.STEl.N
Attorneys for Registnint
2201 Wesl i-'iacl.-r Street, Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-28 I, 4
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIOA
TO ALL To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL (O.MI-:. IJKEKTIN'IM
Win -
ANNE HANI'I-"N.
MIAMI, FLORIOA
ERNESTINE C EUERT,
MIAMI, l-T^oltlDA
t;EUALrINK KHiARTT,
MIAMI. FLORIDA
did on the inth-d.i. of Noveiber, A I'
i:i,.i. cause to he Incorporated under
the piovistons of Chapter ". Fl-.i Id.i
Statutes. BHA&DN HOTEL COM-
PANY, a i\n|...i.aii.ii. with Its princi-
pal place nf bualneaa at Miami, Dade
County, in the State of Florida, and
whereas the stnckholdurs <.f auch cor-
point Ion did on the Mb flay of Janu-
ary. A.D. 197)5, ...use to be filed In the
office of the Becregtry of State of the
state of Florida, a Consent of all the
stockholder* under the provisions of
aald Chapter SOX, Florida Btatutea,
show-tug the dissolution -of auch cor-
poration, j > -. k ^ -
Now, ther.fnr. ^tfjr Secretary of
State; does hernjiy certify to the fore-
going and that he fa aalisfied that the
i equll .-merits of law have been com-
piled with.
IN VtlTNSf* WHEREOF. I
have hereunto aet my hand
and 3e affixed the Great
Seal of-the State of Florida, at
Tallahaaaee. the Capital, this
the Fifth day of January. A.D.
I tea.
It. A (lltAY.
Secretary of state.
(8BAL)
I/it/:.:.__________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
bustneaa under the flctltloua name of
BERNIE'B MEN'S SHOP, al II". V\\
14th SI Miami, ITa Intends to regls-
i.-i said name ith ih,- Clerk of the
Circuit Court of iHtde County, Florldii
HEItN_UtH i; GREEN8TEIN
1 14-21 '- 1/4______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICI-; IS HEBEIIY UIVEN thai
the un.l.nletie'.l. deaii-tug 1o ngHgi- In
bualnesa imtl. r the fictltlnua name of
f'lillAI, WAV TAVERN, at !28 B.W
22nd St.. Miami. F'la.. Intenda to regis-
ter aald name with Ihe Clerk of Ihe
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida
HARRY JOHN NAHICKSI1ERND
KESSLER tlARf
Attorneya for Applicant
1782 West Flagler St.
1/14-21-21 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICIITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Hi. underslg.....I, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
MOHAWK TELEVISION .\- RADIO.
at 1417 Bunael Drive, Coral Gables,
Flu., int.nils to register raid
with th.- Clerk ..f th.- Circuit
I ..,.|e i'..unty. l-1oi Ida
H 'RRY sii M'ir.' >. owner
BERICK, SHAPIRO a FRIED
Attorney for Applicant
4^o Lincoln ltd.
12/24-21 1 7-ii
id tl.illa-
Cut t of
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32343-B
HE ESTATE OK
morris RiciiTElt, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that 1 have
filed in) final report and petition for
Final Klacharge aa Administratrix of
the estate of MUKltlS RICHTBR, de-
ceaaed; and that on the 21st day of
Januarv, INS, will apply to the Hon-
orable FRANK B. noWLINU. County-
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final diacharge na Administratrix of
th- Estate of MORRIS RICHTBR, de-
ceased.
Thla 29th day of December, lfl.'it.
SYLVIA ItlCHTER.
Administratrix of the Estate
ol Monis Richler, Deceased.
I. R. MATERS
Attorney for Administratrix
11/11 1/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522
BERTHA SKALKA, Plaintiff,
\ s
JACK SKALKA. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In JACK BKALKA
\i 11 i i Humenl ha I
.'.17 Edule\ Avenue
i llendslde, l *enn i) ,:
^'i l| al lOI el,\ teipilt ..I to
oops of youi Answer to the Bill of
i'omplaitit upon pisii.uif ~ attoi nej.
ami to fde your I iriginai An i In
th, i iffli .a th, Clerk of thla i
^.n ir before ih. Mil. das ol February,
I1.;,.',. oti. i ,\ I-.. t i,e Bill of 'omplalnl
for Dlc.ie. heretofore filed agalnal
vou will be tak.-n as confi -- d I.. you
Dated al Miami, Florida, this LOth
Has "f Januaayi IM5
i: 'H. OtEATHERM \N'
. '. I ,. I ;- I ol
I lad.- 'ou'hl I- i Ida
B) JOAN Ci II'RNOYER,
I.. i iUI I ieik
ind a-deff.
Plaintiff's MtoVn-S
Nl >.KM \N l: I.Vi INS
910-812 OlymuM Building, Ml.....I, Fla
i.: i -'I -- -'.-4 ___________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175548
JOSEPH KM IRELLA, Plaintiff
THERESA r.Ar.Vu'.'' FK'RELLA,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Vou. THERESA ItARBADO FIOR-
El.LA -.'.. S...111I Av., New York,
New v01 k, are hen bi notified Umi >
Bill of 'ompiaint for I 'iv 011 e h
filed against you, and wi are
...1 to serve a on of ) our Anas ei 01
pleadlna te the Bill "f complaint on
the plaintiff- Attornes BANKtlRD
M KWERDLiN.. Suit.- .',47 Be>bold
Building. Miami. Florida, and 1 the
,1 Answer -.i Pleading In the
office of ih.- clerk of the Circuit court
on 01 beforn the i"th d.,> ot February,
1955, if you fail I" do so, Judgment
by default will be tak.-n agalnal you
r..r th.- r.-ih-f demanded In th* BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published "li.e
each week for foui consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of January, A.D.
1'.;,:..
E. 11 LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
I'a.le County, I" lorlda
By WM W STOCKING,
ii'lrciiit Court s.-ii) Deput) Clerk
SAM ol(D M. BWERDLIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite ".47 S.-yhold Hldg.
Miami. Elm idn
1 14-21-28 I 1 _______.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355
EILEEN DOWNES, Plaintiff,
RICHARD T DOWNES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD T. now.M'.s
1,1-14 17th Road
White Stone, Long Island
New York __
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .1 complaint for Divorce and Oth-
,1 Kell.t nil he.-11 filed llgamst >'".
and you at.- required to -..-i\i- .1 copy
of your Answer to the Complaint For
Dlvom- and Othei Kellef. on the
Plaintiff's attorneys. GENET &
GENET, 42i) Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and flic the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before the
7th day of February. P'i.'i, on a De-
cree Pro Cotifesso will be entered
against you
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day of January, 1S5.Y
' E. H, LEATHEHMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Finn.1.1
By: K. II. KK'E. IK
(>!eal) Deputy Clerk
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
42u Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench. Fla.
1/7-14-21-21 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to 1 ngagi
business under the flctltloua nan.....1
Sl'GAR HILL, at Ml N W 20th Btrei t,
Miami. I 'ad. 1 '..ml > I- lol Ida, InK
to register aald name a'lth the Clerk
of the Circuit Com l of I 'ado Count.. .
1 1.....la
KA1 HEL, IN"' a Floi Id
B) Ml >RTl iN A. K \ ry. Pre
RICHARD KRIEtlER PINK
Attorney for kay 111:1.. INC.
112 Congress Building, Miami, Floi
.1 17-11 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '
th.- undersigned, desiring t.. engage 1"
business Undei the fictitious name
I.KI. S BAG .-11' IP; I El-: s LUGGAGE
-11. .1-; 1. 1: e >-'t.i: \tiii:i:i'."oi>-
I.EE s HANDBAGS; LUE'B HAGS .-
JEWELRY; LEE'S* HANDBAGS AND
LUGGAGE: LEE'S HANDBAGS LEATHERGi IDS Li-IE s LUGGAGE
AND LEATH BR< il 'I'S, SI 421 LI -
i.4n Road, Miami Pea, h. Floi Ida,
tend to Id name tth I
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol i'
County, Florida.
BEN BALZMAN
LEE BALZMAN
. Wpa 1' nei p
(1EORGE I TAI.IAN'ol-H'. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lin. ..in Road, M an Bea 1
12 ::i 1 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOODY'S SANDWICH SHOP, al 12
NE. 1st Ave AUlsley Hldg Miami.
Fla., Intends to register the aald name
with the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida
UOODYfl RESTAURANT CORP.
R-r Irwln Kass. IVeald.nl
Attest Harry Rosen, Secretary
11 \i:i:y ZUKERNICK
' Applicant
(_'" Lincoln Road, Miami P..-.1. h. Fill.
1 7 1121
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
bushiest undei the f i. -1 it ions name of
MENDELSOHN:s KOSHER RES-
TAURANT f. CATERERS, at 451 Col-
lins Ave Miami It.-ai h. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SAM DECTSCH. Sole Owner
MALVIN BNGLANDER
Attorney for Applicant
811 Lincoln Rd
12/14-11 1/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 34197.A
IN RE:
.of
FRANK 8 ROBERTS, Deceased
ORDER OF PRESUMPTION
OF DEATH
THim mlng on to be heard
before me, pursuant to nol l< duly
published a required bs law, and the
nut having heard evidence In sup-
E.rt of the Petition heretof..... filed
rein b$ Blanche B. Roberta tha]
FRANK s ROBERTS, husband of
Petition.-i. htu been absent from Dade
Counts foi wore than seven yea
preceding the date of said Petition
and i- liell.-v.-.l to be .lead, and the
Court being sail i..... that the legal
presumption of the death of sgld
FRANK 8, ROBERTS has been satao-
ilshed. and the Court being fully ad-
vised in the pit-mi^.
iV IS THKREI'PON ORDERED
that FRANK S ROBERTS I"-. and he
Is hereiiv presumed to be dead,
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 'thai
this order shall he published once S
week for four cttnsecutivc weeka In
a newspaper In Dade .'..unty. FtorlOa;
IT l FURTHER ORDERED lhat
FRANK S. ROBERTS, said supposed
decedent, if alive, or ani person for
him, shall piodu.e to tin- Cm t w 11 bin
three mfciths from the date of the
first publication of thla notice satis-
factory evMi.n.....f his continuance in
hfe. failing which th.- relief requested
In said Petition shell i" granted
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Dade County. Florida, this 11th da> of
Januarv, i
\\ 1-' BI.ANToN. Counts .lunge
8IMONHOFF4 S1MONHOFF, Attys.
5825 N Bayshore Dove, Miami, rTa.
1/14-21:1 -' 1
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JANUARY 14, 1955 -Jtnlsti nurkilnr pacity Crowd Due at CJA Dinner PAGE 3 A ntinued from Pag* 1 A ne, Morris Lansburgh, Arnfcder, John Serbin and Kred pet [expected that, as a result of [weeks of careful planning %  advance gifts group, about j may be raised at the kickr hction. The campaign goal for j fas set by the Greater Miami Federation board of goverjid the CJA campaign cabinet 0,000. Some 55 causes overfin Israel, throughout the States and in Greater Mibeneficiaries of the drive. 1955 campaign is now [to get under way," sayl genViirman Sam J. Heiman, adJlg members of the planning Ittee at their final meeting sek. "This is in every sense a npaign because what we, the |s of Greater Miami, do here affects the lives of thouof persons around the chairman emphasized that Heiman Rabbi lehrman the Miami campaign is the first in 1955 and that the country expects Ihis community to set a record pace in generosity. "All divisions have been completely organized and arc prepared to work," Heiman stated, "and we look to an army of volunteers to accept this historic responsibility. They, and they alone can make the campaign a success in 1955." Members of the Initial Gifts Committee include Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Leo Ackerman, William Agranove, Sidney Ansin, R. Williams Apte, Leonard Barr, Dr. Melvin Becker,' Sam Blank. Leo ( \\.i\ kin, Ben Danbaum, Leo Eisenstein, I.eon Ell, Charles Fruchlman, Joseph Gardner, Mrs. LouiQlasser, Louil Goldman, Sam A. Goldstein, Dr. Morris Goodman. Isudore Hecht. Jr., Louis Heiman, Leon Jacobs, Dr. David Kirsh, Aaron Kraitz. Abe Kurman, Lee tabow, Sidney Lefcourt, David Levinson, Sam Levenson, Joseph M. Liplon, Joseph Mechlow, Ben Meyers. Jack Muravchick, Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovitz, Dr. Kurt Peiser, David Phillips, Dave Porvin, Sam Resnick, Joseph Rose, Burnett Roth. Sam Rost, Seymour Rubin. Dan B. Ruskin, Herbert E. Scher, Jacob Sher, Max Sheinman, Isidore Simkowitz, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, William D. Singer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Bernard Stevens, Carl Susskind, Harold Thurman, Gus Trau, Dr. Joseph Weidberg, Julian Weinkle, William Weintraub and Sam Weissel. i m Little Lois Posner, daughter of Algiers hotel co-owner Chuck Posner, receives a present from Lee Steele at her seventh, birthday party held in her father's hotel. Twenty-five of Lois' friends attended. el Men to Hear Richard Edgerton Jing executives of the hotel ry will attend a dinner spon [by the Hotel Division of the Jned Jewish Appeal. annual event will be held day. Jan. 20, at the Sans hotel, according to Morris iirgh. Division chairman, st of honor will be Richard (ton, recently designated Florate Hotel and Resident Combner. Edgerton operates the |de Inn at Mount Dora. Flornd is also managing director pwford House, a summer re the New Hampshire MounHe has citrus and banking sts at Mount Dora. out a hundred hotel owners operators are expected to atIthe social event honoring the | commissioner, who received ppointment last week from eRoy Collins. Edgerton will |the agency which regulates s hotel and restaurant infixes and enforces safety tnitary standards and helps anti-gambling laws. The Eissioner and his organization [authority to revoke licenses Ktablishments which violate laws. isburgh has appointed the fol(ig veteran CJA campaigners to serve on his arrangements committee: Joe Gardner, Abe Kurman, Dave Levinson, Jack Muravchick and Joe Rose. Other leading hotel men who have volunteered to work with the division are Arthur Adler, Henry Cove, Joe Dallett, Harry Dinner' stein, Morris Dubler, Irwin Fried, I George Goldberg, Ted Kipnis, HarIry Koretzky, Ralph Lachman, Sam I Lachman, Leonard Platt, Al Pollak, Doug Raff, Charles Rosengarten, Sam Schecter, Harry Sirkin, Ralph Snider, Julius Weiner, Jack Young and Albert I. Jacobs. Center Executive Committee To Meet at Flagler-Granada The Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will serve as jhost for the first meeting of the newly elected executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Thursday evening, Jan. 20. Agenda will include reports on a "Car Project," the local Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, plans for the Jewish Music Festival and relationship agreements with various synagogues. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president, will preside. Irving Lax, president of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, an affiliate of GMJCC. has arranged for a social hour following the meeting. Group in Meeting "Bachelors and Bachelorettes" met Thursday evening in the social hall of Temple Emanu-El. DPhiE Alumnae Meet Meeting of Greater Miami Alumnae Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon ororiiy was held Monday at the home of Mrs. Hyman Merlin, 1241 SW 23rd st. Final plans were discussed for the group's annual founders day affair Mar. 18 at the Algiers hotel. •r Nozzle Nolen Sez Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of LIFE ... the two page spread "What happens when LIFE hits Miami". >: ~ Central ii %  %  /;and Trust G>nipany INTEttEST PAID TWICE A YEAR Teller Talks to ibles CJA Group r. Judd L. Teller, author, correjdent and public relations speIst, was principal speaker at a Ming of the Coral Gables Pace £ers group in behalf of the Corned Jewish Appeal, tmmunal leaders from the Cor•ables area met at the home of and Mrs. Sam Weissel on Wedday to hear Dr. Teller describe highlights of his most recent kk. "Scapegoat of Revolution: Fate of the Jews in the Poi-.il Upheavals of the Past Five ituries." lis book is regarded by Scribes as a pioneer work and covers major Jewish political moveits and trends. )r. Teller is director of informaof the Jewish Agency for Paltine, public relations consultant [the Conference on Jewish MiteClaims Against Germany and Committee for Jewish Claims Austria. He is a frequent con utor to Commentary, Christian pence Monitor, and his pieces ire appeared in the Nation, New public. New Leader, America, nmonweal, Antioch Review, the idle East Journal, Middle East pairs and other publications, ombined Jewish -Appeal cam in chairman Sam J. Heiman out^ed plans for the coining camgn and pointed up the crucial for increased giving by GreatMiami Jewry to strengthen Jewlife throughout the world. Stanley C. Myers, president ot Greater Miami Jewish Federai, also addressed the group. OFFICERS JOHN Ottt MMIMBT tO. *. SCHUUS tncuv.it wwnmm COtfMMCML tAHsme orrtstON J. M. ASHMAN **nutan MANUEL ONZA<. wa#tu*fr a omm aosarr snest •KHHIMM V/AkTM HARTMAN 4ST Kt-EI*Mt ASSIST AH1 CASMIHt JOSETH HUt H AHOIO AEECE •toftte TOMB INStALIMtHT LOAM DIVIitOU J.***>. HA*?* jm. wt ntuHe -MS ft SMW avaatat. rttm-'omtk. STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31, 1954 RESOURCES ~ Cash and Duo from Banks rrTT. $ 4,796760.99 U. S. Government Securities 8,074,530.84 Other Government Guaranteed Securities 310,286.06 Stale. County and Municipal Bond* .... 2,021,406.55 Other Investments '' 60,000.00 Loans and Discounts T .il 10,126,672.37 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures f 460,057.80 Customers' Liability Letters of Credit J 104,756.28 Other Resource* X t 141.617.83 TOTAL RESOURCES n r..... i -.'. .6.Q|6,pMJ2 CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES Demand and Time Deposits T .r..-...*^ $24,082,548.67 Reserves—Interest, Taxes, ete.'rWS 168,381.26 Utters o! Credit ?T.. .'.V3 104.7&28 Capital Stock '^TTT.. $800,000,001 m Surplus 4 00,000.00 Undivided Profit* and Reeecvea — 540,402.51 1,740,402.51 TOTAL CAPITAL AMD UAMUTlEf t26.O96.0M.72 DIRECTORS JACOUCS MOSSUft OHUHMMW ru. KMW O. 9. MNDSCY wctauuun •* m %  W. J. CAUAHAM ojnrnmrmtc K t mmmn P^_£ COUSMAH, JS. eo. COYNE* TWMM| i(t, %  %  A. aeujav laasrVi &9IBBKI It* FOT*



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JARY 14, 1955 -JewtstifhrMtor BAL SHORTS PAGE 5 B a — j f** that I [Arabs Won't Solve Problems—Yoran % AM (JTA) —Arming states cannot further ind constructive solule East problems," Dr. new Minister of Isletherlands, said here. 52nd annual conven)utch Zionist Associate 1 would continue to 1st Egypt's closure of ial to Israel shipping the trial of the 12 rein the Cairo espionA*RK M %  .: ) be i Aori Invited rica Parley (JTA) — Israel is the Eastern state which invited to the confern and African nations n Bandujig. Indonesia. according to the deciBjd here by the Prime the Colombo powers >tings in Jakarta. I in Must Pay ish Community TA) — The local Ad'nurt has in an imporconfirmed that all Berlin who list themws are automatically the Jewish commube compelled to pay tax" collected by it. Jewish community and most Jewish organizations in Italy, held a two-day conference here this week on plans for reawakening the spiritual forces of Italian Jewry. Speakers at the conference discussed the various social, educational, religious and political problems facing Jewish communities in this country. essions Won't e—Salem %  I < WNS)—Egypt would Bake peace with Israel I event the Jewish State Bjec to carry out certain ns on the partition of d to readmit the Arab ypt's Minister of Nance, Salah Salem, was have told Syrian jourIvisited him in Cairo. Says Judaism [Christian Hatred (WNS) — Judaism is fcn "but a cult based on Christianity" and Jesus By Christians "were not Bin in' than they were one of the country's [•mites, Condi McGinJewish News of Newi1111111.111. %  .. LI -1> disclaimpaper he edits, "Com%  sheet which has a "clearing house for Janda" by the House [on Un-American Activracisl publication. [Cabinet Delays Renewal of Talks i (JTA I — The Austrian Bs not intend to take any thidirection of renewations with Jewish oron payments for heirproperty until after |t vacation, it was indi government spokesman [No preparations for the such talks have been r, he added. led by Harriman tecutive Positions (A.IP) — Governor Aviman has named two fportant State posts: Jul1 of Brooklyn, as chairSlate Athletic i_'ommispsidor I.iilun as Indusliasioner, heading the irrment. Italy Hold Meeting %  unity Problems [(JTA) —Three hundred representing every Johnston to Make Third Attempt at Jordan Solution JERUSALEM — Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's special envoy, is expected to arrive in the Near East early this month to make another attempt, his third, to bring the Arab States and Israel together-on the joint development of the Jordan River Water Project. Lebanon Dooms 3 Zionists; 27 Others Reported Sentenced PARIS (WNS)—A military tribunal in Lebanon this week doomed three alleged members of a "Zionist terrorist" ring claimed to have been captured last July in the act of transporting explosives and time bombs to Israel, according to a report from Beirut. In addition, 27 were reported to have been sentenced to prison terms ranging from two to twenty years. Israeli Scientists Invited To U.S. Atomic Course WASHINGTON (WNS)— United States authorities have communicated with Israel with a view to participation in a special four-week course in radioisotope techniques, to start next May at the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, and Israeli scientists may thus participate in the first of several projects advancing President Eisenhower's "Atoms for Peace" plan, it was reported here. Jewish School Enrollment Increased in Newark NEWARK (JTA)—Increased enrollment in religious schools throughout this area was reported by the Jewish Education Association of Essex County this week. There are now 6.405 pupils in the 33 weekdays and one day-a-week schools affiliated with the JEA. The total does not include 400 youngstets in schools not affiliated with the JEA or receiving private instructions. Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof, of Temple Rodef Shalom, Pittsburgh, has been named cochairman of the religious organizations committee for Brotherhood Week, to be observed February 20 through 27, under the sponsorship of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. President Eisenhower is honorary chairman o f Brotherhood Week and Ben Duffy, president of Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, advertising agency, is general chairman. Sex Conversion Operations Held Illegal in Israel JERUSALEM (WNS)—Attorney General Chaim Cohen has handed down a ruling that sex conversion operations are against the law and that they cannot be performed even where there is specific consent by the party or parties concerned, it was disclosed here by the Ministry of Health. The Attorney General handed down the ruling after having been asked for advice by the legal advisors to the Ministry of Health. ARE YOU FARBLUN J E T ? FREE Send today for your free copy of the wonderful now Jewiih English "Handbook of Familiar Jewish Wordi and Expression!". Seo "farbivn/ef" on page 34; alto "Tiirfcheppoitosb". See "Nockon A Cbcinik" on page 6. See 222 Jewish words, expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fan, laughs, educational for the whole family. For your free copy, writ* to: J. 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[liB\wiislbUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 29—Number 2 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS OTS MAR GOV. COLUNS INAUGURAL LI&OY WAS ELECTED FLORIDA IS NOW IN THE IJANDS OF i THE j v/* O WATCH THE WOLVES FEED TWO YEARS WILL BE EN 0 U a H lymous hate sheet which was distributed in the Florida i Capitol building and elsewhere in Tallahassee on Jan. te of the inauguration oi Hon. LeRoy Collins as Governor Drida. Actual size oi the sheet is 3V—Governor Averell Harriman, in bis first address to the Legislature of New York State this week, called for the enactment of a number of proposals in the field of civil rights. Harriman urged that the State Commission Against Discrimination be empowered to initiate investigations and regulatory action on its own motion, in cases where discrimination in employment is practiced. The commission is now permitted to act only in cases where formal complaints have been filed. Other civil rights measures dealt with by the state's new chief executive Included a proposal to extend antidiscrimination clauses in public housing to projects erected with the assistance Of the Federal government. Such laws now only apply to the selection of tenants in publicly assisted private housing projects. At the same time. Harriman urged that the field of jurisdiction of the State Commission Against Discrimination be extended to include competence to deal with problems of discrimination in houwng. Immediate reaction to Harriman 's request for better practices in housing came in the form of legislation proposed by an upstate Republican and a Brooklyn Democrat. Senator George R. Metcalf, of Auburn, and Assemblyman Bertram L. Baker, of Brooklyn, introduced identical bills providing for a temporary legislative commission to look into discrimination and segregation in all aspects of housing in the state. In addition, the two legislators introduced legislation similar to the proposal made by the Governor for broadening the power of the State Commission Against Dis crimination. Corf Weinkle FULFILLING MOST DIFFICULT TASK SINCE ASSUMPTION OF OFFICE TWO YEAIS AGO China Mistion First Sifnifictnl Political Step for Das Hammarslcjold %  y DAVID HOROWITZ AJP UNITED NATIONS — The 49year-old bachelor Secretary-General, Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjold, is today undoubtedly fulfilling one of his most difficult tasks since he was called to head the world organization on April 9, 1953. His mission to Peiping in connection with the imprisoned American flyers constitutes his first really significant political assignment. In a sense, it is a test case both for him and the UN. Any measure of success resulting from his meetings with Prime Minister Chou En-Lai will certainly enhance the prestige of the UN. Failure can only add another blow to the already by passed international body. One thing is certain, the Swedish Secretary-General would never have attempted this trip unless he felt certain of some success. Last year, when—on the strength of Article 12 of the Armistice Agreement as invoked by Ambassador Eban—he called for a meeting in Jerusalem between Jordan and Israel, a request rejected by Jordan, Hammarskjold was seriously considering making a trip to the Holy City with the view of bring both parties together. At the last minute, however, he decided against it. He explained to newsmen later that, as a mountain-climber, he had learned how dangerous certain steps may become. It became obvious to all that his reference was to the Palestine question.



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"1 PAGE 8 A +Jenistn(*&*£L p'hillipSIUtskyBar FRIDAY, JANUARY Pioneer Women Discuss Social Affairs; SKS^BSITS Proceeds Slated for Israel Development The date of Sunday. Jan 16. has circled on the calendar by •,r Miami Pioneer Women. oal preMdent of the Ameri< P.uner Weasel's Organizations. Dr Sara Feder. will be a gu, .ternal Light radio prograra will be heard locally over radio at 9 30 a.m. -d by Rabbi Akiva I itual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, and Yehudi Elberg. Me" York author Sonia Weiss and Benjamin Selinger will offer the musical pertion of the evening %  Beckerman. president of Club I. hapledged all proceeds for the When members and friends of new Talpiot Farm for Agricultural '. I gather for their third anResearch in Jerusalem Reervanual banquet Sunday. Jan 16. at tions are being taken b> MrBeckhotel, they will be aderman and MrSophia K: Mr and MrJoseph Levain will be honored on the • their golden wedding anniw SstavdSJ ereaMgJan. 29. by Huh Women ir '•!rIria J %  rill pre* 'Uple with a builder'' certificate for built by the '•' men's Council the I-i the American Pioneer WornMrAbrahar chairman : ent. .mah Chapter member •holing every acquaint with a cordial invitation t" their smorgasbord dinner for next Sunening. Jan 16. at Beth David Auditorium. Proceedwill the new university research center Taipiot Farm in Jerusalem. MrI ichairman. Mr-. I-ac Pu.-hkin. president. revealed this week that the (ireater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Beth Jacob Sisterhood Organization wttl gather for a Aii !" ;. r>..T,,„~J_.. monthiv luncheon meeting at Affair Due Tuesday ^ • rfMaurant on Tu s e>dav ard and 2dmeparty sponsored morning. Jan. 18 Plans for their by the Sisterhood of Congregation i5 tn annual donor luncheon %  '•Sgtitf.eUry won, by J Robert Jo-eph. s„ n of Mr an rt hl Plication SUNR&YPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTTL-SANtTAJmiM tar rrftiYtitirpwa &?&•. MrAlbert Baitcher. 1731 SW and 16th I he Jewish New, a „,. I for., will become Bar Mitzvah on L^JelrS^Net Saturday. Jan. 15. he Miami of The Jew -h rSSSTP. "' rfobrew School and Congregation %  *" %  "~ The Bar Mitzvah attends Shenandoah Junior Hih School ami \i „ -'tid.-nt at Miami Hebron School Rabbi Simon April will off;, which Fred K dent I. puhh-her Civil Liberties Topic At Beth Sholom Forum discuwillbethetoi ion ol the mg of Sisterho. Beth p.-, kg the Ten,,:, J The panel ,.„ riM ... :""> OMett. Minister ol the iife-ortai Method,., ( f h ::::. Nozzle Nolen Sez 'memrx-rofth,. H ardof h ?• ""'' Miam Beach attorn,;. Simon, I in en,i liberties: H! John B Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of *+*££*" B ete "" ta r JIFE the two page spread "What i *%£& happens when LIFE hits Miami". £* %  B ***!sESL?£l [dent. Arlin Dubler. son of Mr. and Mis. Sheldon Dubler, 1240 11th St.. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. January 15, at Temple Emanu-EI. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wiil officiate. The celebrant is a ninth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School and is in the second grade of the daily religious school ol Temple Emanu-EI. Elliott Friedwald. son of Mr. and Mxn. Abe Friedwald. 93J 2nd st.. will be Bar Mitevah' Saturday at Temple Emanu.| El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wi officiate. Elliott is an ekga4 grade student a; Miaa Beach Junior High School and is a member of the graduating class of the religion school ol Temple Emanu-EL ; Before he* Dec. 26 wedding. I — MADE MESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Delicious... ... wits cottage cheese. •* iflfods, vegetables, or fmr>. As on of t trsoon or TV ansch, I Osee yon try It, yooH be KJtijfied with : HAmttAcrvma r: Siuuuf Shook C/uanWuf, 9m Phon* 65-4563 ?1M N W. 13th Ave v Miami, Fla. I lAO^FKESH DAILY IN MIAMI! 1 BAKER "nutter Mak*B it Metier" 111 flNtsi fMCKO/fWTS m iffy M SRsU THE LARGEST VARIETY OF UKIS, MEAD AKD ROLLS ON THE BEACH fAMOUS FOK fCC CHALLAHS 1349 WASHINGTON AVE. MUMI Phone 57117 \ BEACH I I its I fir si COIMS HIGHEST IN KESeKVES MIAMI BEACH p 0'H SNOII IMtM IN OHIO EDERAL, ,., M*"*" MUOWT MAMAMMWT %  MAKES POSSMU MM 1% MVlOfM



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* r. JANUARY 14. 1955 •JfefffeftAftfM PAGE 9 B Ida State ADL :s Conference State Anti-Defamation | conference will be held on Jan. 30, at the Elbo room 'ennsylvania hotel in West ach. it has been announced ford M. Swerdlin of Mlorida State ADL chairman, nference sessions will beB U0 a.m. and conclude %  < 5 Kid ;iri' being held under the fc-ship of the Florida State |tioQ nt B'ntu fc'rith Lcxlflcjs fceration with the Florida Re|ADI. Office. chairmen and committee s and ADL keymen from fettles throughout F'lorida Cted to attend the all day nee. Included among the s to be discussed at the conare resort discrimination ida. anti-discriminatory adg legislation, the U.S. SuCourt decision in the school lion cases and desegregathe public schools, organiz|i Semitism and bigotry in and educational programed the furtherance of demgroup understanding in [State ADL conference planlommittee is comprised of in: Sidney M. Aronovitz, fcnt. F'lorida State FederaB'nai B'rith Lodges: Frank Infeld, of St. Petersburg, co|an. State ADL committee: Koslow, president. Palm lodge B'nai B'rith, Wed leach; Jack Kapner. ADL an. Palm Beach Lodge: J. Talianoff, ADL national Is-iniier. J. Wolper. St. Petersburg. [ %  in elect, Florida State Fed of B'nai B'rith Lodges: and J. Balkin, director, Florida ftffice. are made available." The United Cerebral Palsy Clinic I is located at 1612 SW 1st si, Miami. Telethon headquarters have been opened at 907 West 41st, Miami Beach. The Miami volunteer* office is al 2113 (oral Way. 5ie or Phone Me NAT GANS Ph. 3-4616 4-9981 LlfE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Lift Insurance Co. 3200 S.W. 3rd ave.-"ot 5 Points" LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL 5-7147 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE. PERSOKAMZED "4fT" "MAURI 1 Gathering at the Sovereign hotel recently to make final plans for their annual Purim banquet are Jewish National Fund leaders of Chicago. Left to right are Philip Klutznick, international president of B'nai B'rith, Col. Jacob M. Arvey, Illinois Democratic national committeeman. and William Jay Robinson, attorney and president of JNF. Klutznick will be honored for his contributions to world Jewry. CP Telethon Leaders Named Emeth Affair 1 affair for members of meth Congregation Sisterill be held Wednesday eveJan. 19. at 12201 NW 7th Leaders of this community who will help fn production of the annual cerebral palsy telethon were announced this week by Lee Ruwitch, vice president and general manager of television station WTVJ and this year's CP telethon chairman. The television show will be telecast over Channel 4, starting at 10:30 p.m., Saturday. Jan. 22. from the Miami Beach Auditorium. Committee assignments include: entertainment, Otto Fenias; volunteers, Burnett Roth; transportation, Charles H Netter; food, Mrs. Eli Andron and Mrs. Claire Arlen; finance. Louis Gillman and Felix Klein; telephone volunteers, Cecil Woods. Public and guest relations. Jack Bell, Leon McAskill and W. Keith Phillips; auditorium revenue and control. E. B. Elliot, Jr., and Kendrick McCormick; and hotel organization, Saul S. Cohen, Ben Kline and Samuel A. Rivkind. Dick Troxel, national known television consultant, will act as coordinator of this year's telethon. Frank Smathers, Jr., president of the local United Cerebral Palsy affiliate, said, "Every year over 10,000 children in the United States are born effected by Cerebral Palsy. There are over 2.200 in this area crippled by the disease. Adults, too, are subject to it. Many become involved from severe head injuries or from severe illness with prolonged fever. "Many of those suffering from cerebral palsy can be helped to become useful citizens if accurate diagnosis, treatment and education SERVICE "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting Phones 3-2244, 2-6652 140 S.W. Sth Street M IAMI TITLC % &QhtractCo.% 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus A Reserves Exceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 (il A^C F0R EVERY PURPOSE vliHJJ STORE FRONT PUTl and WINDOW CLASS Eurnilurt Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works 6 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-2728 Morris Orlim FLAGLER FUNERAL HOME JEWISH CENTER MIAMI'S MOST BlAUTIfUl JEWISH fUNlRAL NOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4-6414 •87 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI MITCHELL JACOBY, Mgr. 'I :'D"OG CING1 r [POST] LP-M.i NO MINORS i Dade Federal STATEMENT OF CONDITION as of DECEMBER 31, 1954 Resources Cosh on Hand and in Banks • MJMIN? U. S. Government Bonds 5 '? ,,: 11 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank Ji'JSa? Interest Receivable Accrued on Bonds and Investments *Ii'iii*M Dade Federal First Mortgage Loans 3 !'o*c'^ !" FHA Insured First Mortgage Loans AUTI'IKO*!! Veteran Guaranteed First Mortgage Loons '2e SKIM Secured Loons to Members 859,056.." Dade Federal Buildings, Other Real Estate, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment .Including Branches) 'UIUSM Deferred Charges and Other Assets 58l,*/w.u* TOTAL RESOURCES $68,113,529.02 Liabilities anil Reserves Saving, Account, $ 6 l'iJJ'2S nl Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank Interest Accrued on Advances Loans in Process • • • • Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance Other Liabilities ,,.„,,•• Specific Reserves mll'ill'fl General Reserves 3 ,574,898.64 Surplus 465,076.24 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 00 305.60 1,614,965.24 144,277.09 68,249.29 4,111,751.39 .$68,113,529.02 Dade Federal %  : .' %  • JOSEPH M. UPTON, President Nozzle Nolen Sez Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of LIFE ... the two page spread "What happens when LIFE hits Miami". MAIN OFFICE ALLAPATTAH BRANCH TAMIAMI BRANCH EDISON CENTER BRANCH 45 N.E. First Avenuo 1400 N.W. 36th Street 1901 S.W. 8th Street 5797 N.W. 7th A.enuo DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS account* aro INSURED to $10,000 oach by the Federal Saving* and Loan Insurance Corporation, and EARN dividends twlc* a year lot you at the current rate ol 3 70 pM


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PAGE 6 A S-e 3en -. aer : r .1' A '. .nt B by Lcvcys %  %  i attended Maaaai %  : Miami. New Youth Group the Coral enter aril] ir.augur:ay night open -' itac as part of Dm > ath acprogram Teenagers b t nth grade, will be welcomed. aeth .'.c-mmitttee I Dr David H Miss Ehrenzweig is Mr. Cohan's Fiancee Joac 4 .-he date which Mba Greta Ehrerzweig has set for her Cohan of New daughter v '-• Manii Ehrenz%  %  '' %  • V.ami Beach. "ami Beach f High Sd I M •ort A York Rider leg* MJ The wedding will take place in N< York nm>AY.?ANUAjTi Miss Geretein We Mr. Frank Jan. tn Mrnaai F rar.eeEamage to %  obert *. Frank nfl be aa neri of Jam. O is the Enspress hotel Miami Beach and MrACoviagtaeG* are announcing •he..:-;—-:..'H-r : .- %  of Mr and Mrs Ma* 13S0 Michigan a Beach He M a partner in UM Four at Aitar Sa v Two Sets of Vow -_ • r ... Naomi Hcdassah Sponsors Fas h ion Show :----• •• :..--• annual F'." '-~ :" g> cv • %  ••:.y.~ Ei ?-:>:• %  -. w.:i --• Godelph. Saikind rot ha I Announce cl V?•-:. -:-4elph h: %  %  i %  ra. Gab:%  receive bis .--.--%  member of P. Lambda Phi '.: fUn. Bernard Kett'er Mist •tfriti, CWtla* Tomara Kessler, Vcra In Double Ring, Dnubl ting Sui 6 30 %  : with Mi Uiss Vei •i I%  with Cantor Abral ring the n f the Th. t he hillip :rer of the Sunrise Sup' %  .the son Mrs MM Mitehel. 1339 '• • -tudent at the : Muni: trai sity. Tenn for the -pnng %  .. • Mr Mitehel is ai at the I'niver--;. ;,-• School nf Medicine and han I) passed thr Florid Stal of medicine examinati as He is J member of P. rutt r nity. Miss Fastofskj is th,daughter of Mr and MrJasha I Sum-. tates Lon C bland M Isky. eminent teach.!" 'c b President ol th,Q Miss Cohen Weds Dr. Silvcrman Marilyn Cohen became the bride of Dr Frederick Silverman at ceremonies held in Torah Temple on Dec 26. Rabbi Louis I and Cantor Samuel Kelem. ciated at the picturesque wedding held outdoorand ovei mg B;-ca>r.'Bay Dr Silverma: n of Mr and Mrs. j dC k Silserman. 1040 Michigan ave Miami Beach Mbi Cohen s parents are the Nath hen<. Brooklyn N Y Matron of honor was Mrs Saul Cohen, sister of the bridegroom Mr. Saul Cohen, his brother in law acted as best man Newlywed Mrv Silverman fa %  graduate of Brooklyn College and a member of the Junior League of New York Dr. Silverman graduated from Miami Beach High School. Emory L Diversity and took the MD degree at the University of Indiana School of Medicine. He interned at Kings County Hosptal. Brooklyn, and is now entering the Air Force. A reception followed the eere"7 n the Terrace room of Torah Temple A dinner coodud I 1-, ..-; %  "• rraderkft RWaw wedding festiv.He, t u an s hotel aidKastofskv Wed %  c Wedding Rites 5 iety. 1 :-*\ ia '.• h.,\ing '. -Iinist she is t at Qu najorin :nu-ic I 'iPhillip bruial parts (or th,Miami ceremony H, holds the gold ••:r of the Psych \urk • r of the Pi Phi bit) rnity and graduNeu York • Miss K( %  -.--r ch -e a chantilly ti n The V shaped boditrimmed u,th s<-quins and A matching tiara held her finder tipped illusion veil Faatofakj • gowa J. fash "I tulle and lace with scoop kline A erown tiara held the finger tipped veil of illusion Matron of honor for Mfcl Kessler was MrNorman M Giller, mutual eonaiB of the bride and groom Phyllu White. ,,f New York, was maid ol honor Bridesmaids were '•'. RboMi Arita Hurwitz Carol • Doris Pastofak) and Sheila Bi -nd Bunnv Faber Donft***! served as maid %  h """ r <" r %  titter Ring bear• Df>n Oilier, and Anita i S u ^ ••I as flower girl. for Stanley Mitehel t Arthur Din%  • h nun for Bernard roomsmen included Bob Ira f .stofskv lr„ Fast^S ** 66 atjUtf-taWMajj %  '-• Mr .nd Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr ..:„, Mr5S Mr Md MrFnnfc LichtT G.t.ler Mrs B •nd Mrs L Kaul n Mitchels a re touring Florida enroute to Tennessee The KS* are honeymoon "* -1 Society Hospital PlanMiami Tag Day j.''"':' r M '* rni Aux.lun ,,f the 3 m Den,,", ,, '2?*+ b jfcnual T.. n s P n r Ewt ^ g i ; r 8 T D n,cs,oreao0 MHt fsMwr WthHreak Weintraub. Miller Choose June Rites Miss Esther Weintraub change her name to Mrs. N Miller in June. She and ler will be anarried in New Yo Miss Weintraub u the of the WUliaaa Weintraubs. Ijna, N.Y. Mr. Miller iihe mi Mrs. Ada Miller. Surf side. He is a certified public tant and a partner in the Mermell and Miller He attends I Intversdty of Miami law -choolj a member of Tau %  pciloa Rhol fraternity and the Acr-untinfi ciety. His bride to-be will Erad month from Brook l>n Co school of arts and sciences %  Ttmmk Immmm-tl Young AduHt DtMKt, Instalfufm Newly elected officers of Young AduM Group f ** Emanu El will be installed oa day evening. Jan. 16 da n ce in the social ha Temple. Assuming office are Bert son, president. Hy Josoritt, VK* president; Lila Eisenbert ond vie* president. Debbie boyes. trensnrer Edith recording secretary; and Shustcr. corresponding Inrssng gc ba ir retiring *U wclajjana new officers fw Ywwth CtwHt m4 card party **! the hoaae ef Mrs.' •145 LatGerce dr.. Jan. 3aV Proceeds Waharmaa WUc Youtt'



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f JANUARY 14, 1955 ^Jmlstifhr/Maun PAGE 11 A Board Plans tation Function lion session for all newboard members of the liami Jewi.sh Community kill be held Tuesday eve1. 18 at the home of Mrs. Wrkin, president. %  m will include material jy prepared by executive Efraim H. Gale and other ; of the staff, to attend are the followmcmbers of the GMJCC directors: Mrs. Leo AckerIrs. Ray Bcrrin, Archie Irv Sam Brody, Louis Bush, rence Bussey, Malvin EngMonroe Gelb. Mrs. Cinsburg. Mrs Lawrence T, Mrs. Charles C. Gottlieb. ii.I Mrs. Arnold Greenfield, 1 Heiman, Mrs. Alvin HoroHurevitz, Mrs. Solomon Pfc'd Kaplan, Harold Kraf. Louis Lemberg, Harry Lciry Lubin, Joseph Milgram, Minkoff, Mrs. Henry Morlorman Meyer, Mrs. Ben Randy Polansky. Joseph t, Mrs. Ruth Rosenthal, Mrs. Seitlin. Mrs. Sam Seitlin, Mrs. Max Sockloff, Harold f, Mrs. Julius Weiner. Mrs. Besen, San tVeissel, Nathan and I-ouis Stein. im for Mizrachi ram dedicated to the Mizrganization of America*will ented under the auspices of .i.-h National Fund Council ktcr Miami on Sunday, Jan. [p.m. oevr station W'MBM. has been arranged by peosterman. radio chairthc JNF Council. Speakers Include Rabbi Alexander of the Hebrew Academy, % .-Ell. Daniel Broad and Ida Brown Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memories of the late Fanny Brown and her daughter, Miss Tamara Brown, formerly of 1761 SW 5th st., and Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, Jan. 16, 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz officiating. Mrs. Brown is survived by her husband Louis; two' sons, Joseph and William; and two daughters. Miss Eleanor Brown and Mrs. Birdie Allen. Miss Tamara Brown is survived by her father, Louis; two brothers. Joseph and William; and two sisters. Miss Eleanor Brown and Mrs. Birdie Allen. Arrangements .are in charge of Palmer's Miami ]Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. O l> i I ii a MRS. THELMA SILBERT 40, of till ,s\v Kill -' passed away early VtfedBesaai moi rUng. A resident 1 •*. Hllberl caene lore from New Yoik Sinnj a member t it'nni ivriiii Woman of QaraJ Oahlea. sur.vi. idc her husband, Mike, a son. Jay, iinil a rlauKliler. ZeMs Services were bald In I ami Chapel ol Oordon Funeral Home, with Hi.i.l.l s Marhtel dm listing. Intermeat t..<>k placa in Mi. Nebo omet.ry. %  %  % % %  rit s /' Seidman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Jack Seidman, formerly of 2729 SW 8th st., will take place Sunday, Jan. 16, 10 a.m., at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mr. Seidman is survived by his, wife Anna; three daughters, including Fay Sabin, of Miami; two sons; Sam and Ben, of New York; and six grandchildren. Mr. Seidman was a member of Congregation Beth El. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Albert Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Albert, formerly of 1045 SW 8th ave., will take place Sunday, Jan. 16, 1 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Albert is survived by his wife, Minnie; two daughters, Mrs. Henrietta Wolin, of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Selma Yesner, of Miami; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Michael A. Stavitsky of rark, N.J., prominent civic |er and philanthropist, been named national lan of the Women's sion of the State of Israel Organization. Mayor Shapiro to Speak Before North Shore PTA North Shore Jewish Center Parent-Teacher Association will meet on Wednesday evening, Jan. 19. Guest speaker will be Mayor Harold Shapiro, of Miami B#ach,. who will speak on-the Tercentenary of Jewish settlement in North America. Judith Youngerman. modern interpretive dancer, will give an illustrative dance demonstration. Mrs. Louis Mendelsohn will offer vocal selections. In charge of the program is Mrs. Philip Jacoby. Skit Scheduled Sisterhood of Coral Gables Jewish Center will meet at the Center on Wednesday evening, Jan. 19. Scheduled is an original playlet produced and directed by Mrs. William Hechler and Mrs. William Epstein. l~re'^^e**^< •few Sefijfscfisii Oar P/estere" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY LNDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343 REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantee—$7.50 up, axch. [EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS —REASONABLE PRICES— BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS HI VOLT MATTERY MFG. N.W. 7h Avenue P*on 9-0637 SAMUEL GOODMAN Tn, ..f Til Jefferson ave., Miami I teach, away Tn.-da\ .,/ hoini-. He leavea two wmn, Joseph •' and i>r. i Goodman, and two daughters. MM. By BJumenthal and Mra Hose I "oiler. (,ii grao>dchlldren and three i.iinl. hllilr.ii Sei vli n.i a held in tinMm mi Reach Chapel of Qordon .uncial Home, conducted l RabM Aklva Chill, mtermenl i Dl* !" in the JewiMli Hectlon of \V. law n I*at ii • •in. ii %  >. LEON V. DAVIDSON M, Of HOI I llli -i II..I .1 wa\ I lee. ti 111 ;l ll J I ospu.il Survived bj hla wife, Prances. Remains were aent to Maw Fork %  ity had Interment i>Miami Riverside. CHARLES LEVY 9, i.r Palm H.-III h. \')n |MS.-.-.i away Jan. 7 .it his realdence. Survived by %  •ii. Mli. II "ii.%  later, Thelma I -ins werr sent in New York City for services and Interment by Miami Hiversiile. VICTOR WASSERMAN 66, of 811 :,ih si., Miami Beach, died Jan. 4. A winter v laltor from I lyn for the pas! several yaara, he was %  retired tailor. Kervices and burial ware held in Brooklyn, nii R|v< dc Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach In charge of local errangemente. MORRI8 ABRAMSON New fork Tin for seivi.es and Interment bj Miami Riverside. MRS. CLARA KANDEL 46. of i •• Jel for* -ii ,i... M i Beach, died Jan, I Bervlcea were held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. Mrs Kandel ini.Yed here 11 ) aai i wo ti om New fork She husband. I lanlel, a son, William; three brothers and a HELEN CENTNER 70, of MM BM ; -Hi ave paaaed away Jan. 1 in %  local hospital. Survived i.\ heihuaband, Prank, one eon, Dr. Herman Centner, and three daushters, Shlil.v llelmulth. Mathilda Wolpert and Bvelyn Plahbeln Bervlcea were held .il Miami Riverside Interment was In Mt. Sinai CemateBI SARAH DOERY *5, of 740 NW 2th .1 paaaed away Jnn 1 In a looal hospital Survived by her sun. l.ouh*. and one Aaufhter. Mrs. Florence Rosenblatt Ramalna ware aent to Par Rookaway. NY., for aervicea and Interment In Miami Rlvel side. DAVID LEIBMAN 2234 Prairie ave., Miami Hea.-h. died Jan 1. Mr, l^dhniHii. a retired real estate man. had lived in Miami !>. rears, .inning from New York. Services and burial took place In Neu York, with Rlverelde Memorial Chapel, Miami lira. h. in charss locally. Sinvivina are ins if.-. Laura: six am*, Including Joe, Miami Beaoh; and a daughter, Mrs Helena Berglaaa, LOUIS B. LENT 3U X Miami ave dud Dec. II. Rlv. i Me Memorial Chapel arranged aervicea in New York Mr. Lent. 6. had lived in Miami nine years. Surviving la a son. SanfHYMAN FUCHS 62. of 2777 SW 6th si i Ian I ill a lo.al hospit.il Survived by two daughters, Marjorle Kaplan and Rebecca Bllberman, and rnit aiater ,i. an Pox Ri mains wei %  enl lo Providence, it.I., for aervicea and Interment b) Miami Riverside SOLOMON MOSER SO, of IM NK "'.'.id si passed awaj Jan. In a local hospital. Survived by a aon. Loula, ol Chicago Ramalna sent to Chicago for aervicea and Interment by Miami Rlveratde. JACK MlLLMAN 5.1. of iss:, Daytonia rd., Miami Beach, paaaed away .Inn Rlverelde, Miami %  leach waa In charge. LOUIS KLINE (1, of 642 NW 3rd M paaaed away Jan, I. Services were held in linrdon's Miami Hcach Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Slnal Cemetery. Mr. Kline waa a retired ahoe atore owner who had lived hare aeven years, coming from Cleveland. Surviving la u brother. JACK FELDMAN <6, of 29S4 NJC Mtth m.. paaaed away Jan. 4 In a local hospital Survived by hla daughter. Ruth Fine, one brother, lalward, and one sister. Sylvia IjixariiN. Remains were sent to llmnklvn for servlcea anil Interment In Miami Rlwralde. EDWARD E. LIBERATORS :,4. of ii; Collins ave.. Miami I passed away Jan. J. Reach Memorial Chapel waa In charge. HAROLD KARL HALPERT 47. died Jan. In Portland? Mi \ former resident of Coral Gables, M Halperi had baslnesa intereatu here Including Whitehall Fabrics, He waa also a.liv.in Miami's little theater movement and gave II>KI piano rentals. Mr Halpei i is sur\ Ived b hi wife Florence, daughter of Mrs. Ann M. Weinsteln, Palm I land. Miami Beai b .i son, Bti phen one daughtei. Mi,-Joanna llalpert: two sit.rs, of Fall River, Mass; and live brothers, of Mass and New York. At the time of hla death, Mr Halperi wai II in of the Temple Board of Adult Education In Portland. JERRY HERMAN 71, passed away at a local DUralng home Jan 10. Mr. Herman, a Photographer, Is survived by his wife, Fanny, of Brooklyn, NY Bervl •> and interment look place in New York city. PAULINE PEARL HOFFMAN n, passed awa| si s local hospital Jan. :i He h.oi resided at 7ii Euclid ave., Miami Reach for the past Iwo month* MrHoffman is survived t two "ii \.".:i of Mi.Idle Village. I.I., and I l ed. of l'.rnokh li. MRS. SHIRLEY Q. FORTANG 47, of i6ir, sw nth -t who came here •i years ago from New York City, died Jan I Surviving are her In William II ; a daughter, .loan, of Miami, ami .i brother, Bamuel Ouberman. Miami Servlcea w held in Mi. tier ciiipel, with burial III Mi B n.ii i %  ein.t. i v MRS. SAMUEL LERER 7n. of U n sw Sth .i resident of loi eighl .iiiitm from Hartford, i.'oun, die.I I. HI 7 She was a meml.ei of the Miami Hebrew S'lio.,1 and Congregation, the Ml Blnal Hospital Auxiliary and the Ha' 1 Surviving arc bai husband, Kelmsn, and iiv Mi Jennie Pried %  >no Ellen Welnrfroff, ail of M ami Bervlcea were h.-ld In flordon"i chapel, with burial in Mt Sinai Cemetery. SAMUEL ASKINOSS SW 16th ter.. who eatne here seven years ago fiom Bprlngfleld. Masa.i died Jan. 7. He waa a retired scrap dealer. Surviving J cre a son. Milton. Philadelphia, two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Kahn. Miami, and Mrs. Ruth Cooper, Springfield; s brother and four grandchildren. Services were held In Gordon's Miami Chapel, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. FANNIE YELLIN 72, of sun Lenox ave., Miami It. .oh. a resident lure for II roars, died Saturday, she came from woodridge, N Y. she is survrvoi bi hei husband. JullUS, and a ilailgllK'l. Mrs IM-ie Cantor, of W I'Lite Service* • %  >. held In i loi .1 i Kl a. h Chapel. with burial In Ml Blnal Cemetery. MORRIS SCHONWALD 7."., of .".1177 N nay rd Mad Hsturday, from Oklahoma Cltj and was a retired "il ] III. ei He l.\ a daughter. Mrs. Zrlma Wolff. Miami Be oh, a eon, Fred P iklahoma City, and five grandfhlldren. took place in Oklahoma City, with Riverside Memorial Chapel, M Me.nh. in charge of looal arrangements. JACK SOSNIAK U, of IStl WH -rd st .ii.-.i Saturday real estate sale-man and came here III \ ea I SCO Pom New York. Surviving are hla wife, Rose; his father, a brother and two sisters. Bervlcea and burial took place In New York, with the Cordon Funeral Home II barge looaBi MRS. MINNIE W. COLINS 2, of J701 Royal Palm ave., Miami llench. a note,I singer and ulaniat In both Europe and America, oleil Sundav, Servl.es were held in Reach Memorial Chapel. Mrs. CoHM had In ed In Miami for 20 yeara, coming from Woii-hy-the-Sea. N .1 She la survived by her huaband, Mario. LARRY FAY 73. of R90 NE 7ith st who founded and formerly oarned Favmus Fay's Dress Shop here, died Monday. Mr. Fay, who came here 2 yeara ago from New York, Is aurvlved l.y his wife, Fannie U; two aona. Morty and Arthur, both of Miami: two brothers and a alater. He was retired when he died. MRS. DORA ARENBURQ 7r>. of 1300 Kth st.. Ray Harbor, died here Sumlav. Services were held In Cincinnati, with local arrangements by Beach Memorial Chapel Mrs. Areuhurg came to Miami 17 years ago ft ..in Cincinnati. She leaves a daughter, Mra. Anabelle Ralikln, of Mlamt Nozzle Nolen Sez Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue off LIFE ... Ida two page spread "What happens when LIFE hits Miami". Merit award of the America n ORT Federation for distinguished service in the field of human rehabilitation will be presented to Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz at the annual meeting of the organization's board of directors on Jan. 15 in New York City. ORT award was first established in 1949. Previous recipient have been Sen. Herbert H. Lehman and Dr. William Haber. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKBEUY fHVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi busineat under the fictitious nanu of JIM IKMII.KY ENTERPRISES (Not [iti %  al ."•%  > s W Mth Ai' Mi K .i tnti mi'" i egister aald m with the clerk of the Circuit Court >f li.oie County, Florlils IAMKS I. I MMH.ET, So 0 HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant • M llagler St. I 14-81-W — 8/t _^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.iT|i-i: is HEREBY tllVEN I th. uruleraigned, desiring • gage In business under the flctltloui nami MAGNOLIA HCNDRIES \ \\ %  ,i \ 11 oi. i 'ount> mte t.l I e 'I 11 illl tile I Of llo • ii.ull linn I Ol I iad. I'll'l i N. s. EHRENBERi MORTON BEIOKI. Attoi ney for Applicant lie nldg. l H-tl-U — l/e i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN I the undersigned, desiring t" -ngage in huslness under the flctltloua name f COPY CRAFT, at IM N W isl P intend to register said name with Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1' County. Florid.. i:(|i;;| l-llll.ll' FELDMAN 12 M-l — 1/7-14 Mount Nebo ANNOUNCES another taecial service to Greater Miami Jewr\ — U'ltliuu! chdrgf — for vuur htCTMSsa plrtstlTI Pertenaliied Heqqadahs far Pattever brauitfullv illustrated by Sirgmund" Forst /aithjullv irausldtrd' and personalized U'llh \our Jiimilv njmr printed on the cover RIStRVE NOW place your order by phoning MOUNT NEBO TMi CHsSsW OF 0l$THCTK)N Phene M0 7-2011 Builders if Immortal Memorials fir the Jewish Trade Look for the 2-Story Whit* Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS 140.00 PLUS CEMETERY CMAOI Qoea Sseesayt PWae ta4* t.J]



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m*iitnrri1itr Rabbi Levitan Will Be Installed; Siyum Hatorah Scheduled %  • • %  : %  %  u [ %  %  : i %  %  .-Zionists Form National Body *: "• *H.' -: Miast git MM the jbnghter ;. %  /.-.. Rafcbi Di. pta ere thi* e*k narae> lad ReMrrta 141377.41 LimkUitim & linen et $ 10.408.64 J I lea* *•' P $ -' • .ad !" C£S AND DttECTOKj riu —'jn N '• PhbcSrMa W md Money Order* L"* Free Parka, Ana HOWS M-ndaj ,hr Frnl., 10 AM 1 ML i.Munda, Ee B ^7lo 7£ *tTHt N COO$MO* Utntmry MCI I COMMON CtAWM MPHI CMAtlfS SJIVMS WASH Bf^FEDERAL gfij 10 WAN ASSOCIATION M ^ X BEACH qTY "ALL AND THE POST OFFICE ECEr



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ULER TO ATTEMPT MGES IN CONTRACT i^li^wiislfcUEIIjDirildlilaun MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1955 SECTION B LADUINSKY FIRING STILL MAJOR ISSUE Mrs. Ablin Named to Head Patron's Tea in Women's Division of Combined Appeal |ck A. Ablin, former Comvi.-h Appeal Women's Dichairman, has been nam inn of the women's I'at it has been announced Samuel Simonhoff, DiviIrman. Drganizational meeting of was held on Monday in ps of the Greater Miami federation, with many of [top level personalities in ee. trons Tea is the first fund Ivent planned in the Wornlision. the chairman explained, and this social affair set I ho pace for the rest of the cam 'paign. The Women's Division achieved !!! percent of its quota in last year's campaign and was responsible for enrolling many thousands of volunteer workers in the one-day door ; to-door drive. Patrons Tea will be held on Jan. 21 at the home of Col. and Mrs. Ja cob M. Arvey, Mrs. Ablin revealed. A nationally known speaker has been invited to attend the kickoff affair. Present at the first planning imians Take Lead In Development Issue striking proof that women g an increasingly imporas investors, American omen this past year have ore than $5,500,000 worth | of Israel Development I bolster the new nation's ndependence. according Alexander Lowenthal of i of Law ation Sunday )f Law will be presented to m Synagogue by its Sister ing ceremonies Sunday Jan. 16. at 139 NW 3rd rding to an announceBis week by Rabbi Arie %  Spintii.il leader. Jupeakers will include Beth Ml leader Rabbi Shmar jisky: Rabbi Jonah Caplan, th Israel Congregation; fre past president of Greati Rabbinical Association imon April, of Miami Heool and Congregation; and muel Krolowitz. Becker explained that the Downtown Synagogue was ination of a series of afby the Sisterhood for the of a new Scroll of Law. rge of the affairs were Sispresident Mrs. Louis SchMrs. Pearl Krieger. vice t; Mw. Benjamin Agra retary; and Mrs. Sam Soloasurer. al portion of the Jan. 16 will include Cantors Mauamcbes, Beth David SynaFishel Lutman. Beth El ation; and Berele Kelemer, ebrew School and CongreBecker will deliver a spenon for the Torah dedicate**! Arie t,cktr Pittsburgh, chairman of the National Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization, in a report i recently to the organization's ; Board of Governors. In addition to their own purchas| e. women have sold to the men in their families, to their friends and ; neighbors, and other members of their communities, several million dollars worth of Israel Bonds. Here in the Greater Miami area, under the leadership of Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the Women's Division, an impressive record was set for 1954, Jacob Sher. overall chairman, revealed here. Sponsors of Israel, women purchasing a minimum of $1,000 in Israel Bonds, totalled an enrollment of 101; matten Trustees of Israel, purchasers of a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Bonds, numbered two: Mrs. Sarah Czech and Mrs. Francis Rubin, both of Miami Beach. In a summary of the women's activities for tnc past year, Mrs. Selig said, "There have been luncheons and teas, days and nights of busy meetings and rally'. and hectic running to and fro in tireless attempts to sell more and more of the Israel Bonds which means so much to the future of Israel. But I am happy that through these efforts, the. Women's Division not only set a goal, but reached it." nights of busy meetings and rallies Also in 1954, under the 'leadership of Sher, 72 Guardians of Israel were enrolled here—72 men who have undertaken to be the economic guardians of the new democracy. Trustees of Israel, purchasers of a minimum of $10,000 in Israel Bonds, enrolled were 15. (losing the books for 1994. Sher said it was "gratifying to know that the year was a successful one in helping Israel on her way to becoming an economically secure state: for Israel Bonds are the backbone of her industry and agriculture. But unfortunately Israel can not realize her hopes and dreams over nijjht." neeting on Monday were the Mes%  lames Gabriel Heatter. Sam J. Heiman. Sam Blank. Jack A. Ablin. Jack earner. Robert Gould. Samuel Simonhoff. Irving Lchrman, OMa Rubin, Samuel Friedland, Sam Rost, Leon Jacobs, Leo GemgroM. The Mesdames David Phillips, Samuel Lipton, George Goldberg. Clem Meyerson. Samuel J. Halperin, Joseph Lipton. and Samuel T. Sapiro Other members of the Patrons Tea committee not present at the first organizational meeting are the Mesdames Leonard A. Abess. Louis Altschul, Max Boderman, Jacob Kntine. Charles H. Fruchtman, Ljmii Glasser, Martin Goldring, Sam A. Goldstein. Robert Z. Greene, Anna W. Hirschman, Herman Jacobs, Benjamin Kane, Morris Lefkoe, Baron de Hindi Meyer. The Mesdames Anna Brenner Meyers. Frances Miller. Coleman H. Olen, Samuel Oritt, Max Orovitz, Matilda Ratner, Dan B. Ruskin, Monte Selig. Jacob Sher, Michael Steckloff. Carl Weinkle and Leonard A. Wien. National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Joseph F. Barr presents a copy of "Jews in American Wars]' to President Dwight D. Eisenhower during a White House conference last week. Commander Barr, whose stop in Washington followed on the heels of a brief Miami Beach vacation, discussed with Mr. Eisenhower aspects of veterans' legislation. ISRAELI CITIZEN WONDERS Year Ends With Arab Belligerence Unabated Miami Beach Girl New Regional Head A Miami Beach girl. Lois Goldfinger, was elected president of the Florida region of B'nai B'rith 1 Girls at the group's annual convenI tion held in Orlando. Miss Goldfinger. 1750 71st st.. ; succeeds Barbara Pearl, 1100 SW 123rd ave.. past president. Miss Pearl was named a counselor for • the coming year. Others elected to posts included Joan Siege!. 1540 SW 29th ave.. j vice president; Ruth Platt, 7920 Byron ave.. Miami Beach, corre[ spending secretary; Rot Hirsch, i 4 23 Ahneria. Coral Gables, treasurer; and Gwen Stone, 3616 SW 26lh ter.. editor. Shelia Pearl, West Palm Beach. was named second vice president. AZA, boys organization holding It meeting in conjunction with the B'nai B'rith girls convention, named Ross Sandier. 4841 Biltmore I drive. Coral Gables, as editor. By RINNA GROSSMAN AJP 1954 has ended. For most of us. it was, perhaps, primarily, a year in which uncertain global peace managed n v t to turn into irre vocable devastation. The members of international hostility -moulderi ed ominously all year, but never quite flared up into the consuming flames of World War III. Slaughter in Indo-China came to a dote The age-old problem of Trieste was dealt with, however impermanently. France, ironically under the guidance of her Jewish Premier, bitterly permitted Western Ger J many to assume total sovereignty. Moscow rumbled, from the Krem', lin to Peiping and back, but the provocation was controlled But in one area of the world there was neither peace, nor even its promise. To the borders of Is1 rael, 1954 brought no let up. The j Arab States remained adamant in I their refusal to talk peace. Their I threats resounded from each of the seven capitals and from the floor of the UN. The essence of their statements was always the same. An unaltered hatred for the Jewish State and an unmitigated desire for her annihilation. And since words were accompanied whenever possible by action, whether it was infiltration, psychological warfare, or blackmail on an international scale, it might be well, now that 1955 is here, to take a retrospective look at the gist of some of the statements which the'Arab leaders made in the course of the past fewmonths alone. From Syria, Faris el Khouri. Prime Minister and avowed enemy of Israel, spoke often. To his Par liament in Damascus in November. he said: "Peace with Israel iin conceivable the first round, unfortunately, was unsuccessful. There is no doubt that the Arabs will prepare (or the second round j To student*', demanding a resumption of war against Israel, he sent this assurance: 'We are waiting for the suitable occasion ... we j trust in Allah and in you. the new generation." From neighboring Jordan came j the words of King Hussein. Making I his •Speech from the Throne." the I Arab monarch told his people that | "There will be neither peace nor | negotiations with Israel." Even King Saud of Saudi Arabia. i 'ess loquacious and more powerful than most of the Arab rulers, j added fuel to the fires of belligerence. "There are millions among the Arabs and the Moslems who cherish the desire to spill their blood against Zionism." Iraq's Prime Minister, Nuri I Said, kept up a series of inflammatory statements As recently as I the middle of December, he thrill• •el the familiar and manaical slander: "The Zionist danger is no less great than the Russian one Recent expressions of opinion in Egypt, where the last days of the year saw the staging of a trial for the lives of 12 Jews, accused of espionage for the State of Israel, and conducted with the full panoply of torture, extortion and libel, included the statement made by the official Egyptian broadcasting station that "Egypt sees Israel as a cancer endangering the Arab people. Egypt is the physician who can uproot this cancer." The Egyptian Propaganda Minister told the visiting newspapermen in Cairo on December 19 that "First of all we must defend ourselves against the real enemy, Israel, and only afterwards can we think of joint efforts with the West." So it went all year. And in Israel, the man in the street listened with peturbation. readied himself and waited to see what the new year would bring to him. Famous Wagnerian Soprano Appeared 61 Times With New York Philharmonic Eileen Farrell to Perform With U of M Orchestra Eileen Farrell, dramatic soprani and RCA Victor recording star, wil' be guest artist at the fourth pair or concerts this season scheduled by the University of Miami Sym phony Orchestra. Concerts will be heard Sunday and Monday evenings, Jan. 23 and !4, at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums Dean John Bitter will be conductor. •ssor of one of the greatest voices this country h:is produced, Miss Farrell is also recognized by critics throughout the nation as a superb musician and artist. In Oc tober of the 193051 season. Miss Farrell nu.de her New York rental debut before a capacity house in Carnegie Hall. She has had 61 solo performances in five separate engagements with the New York Philharmonic!" m, or by Beethoven, with Ar Symphony Orchestra. I uro Toscamm conducting. Among Miss Farrcll's recordings are five songs of Mathilda Wesendoak set to music by Richard Wag ner; Act I Scene III of Siegfried, by Wagner; and Symphony No. 8 in



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^J ANUARY 14, 1955 >r Day' irt Slated Friday nity Chest officials ree final sputr to the finish e final spurt to the finish i organizations received with the acceptance of two (Tts by Beach hotels and a 1 first day by doorknockie Chest's huge Metropoliision. p Campaign Chairman LconI Wien reported the contril received from the William Bos Foundation through the I Gate hotel and an equal I from the Shelborne hotel I the total to date for the pivision to $103,853. Wien t this compares favorably $93,596 tucned in at this t year. Chest's Metropolitan Divi8.000 volunteers who knockdoors Sunday, "Neighbor urned in double the amount n the first day of last year, n Mrs. F. F. Ravlin rean audit at the Chest office a total of $85,157 collected st day compared to only turned in last year for the iy of "operation doorstep." [Beach captains were among ho topped their quota: Mr. oung, of North Bay Islands, %  lime Kubinowitz, who with "olay covered the Lincoln iplete report is scheduled largest luncheon meeting }ld for workers of the Metrogroup Friday, noon, at the It Auditorium, light of the luncheon, which [paid for by a group of Dade businessmen over and Iheir regular Chest gift, will j select ion of the captain who the most workers to the The woman will receive p-oxpense trip to Nassau the S. S. Queen of Nassau. lp for two is donated by the lick Steamship Company. Iliner for the "door knocketing will be RCA Victor ng star Vaughn Monroe, ly appearing at the Fontiiu hotel. baptains reporting over the )! receive an award, and the reporting the highest perwill get a large gold cup. jional director will keep the Itil the final report when the le winner will be determinfe cup will be engraved each "ith the regional director's land remain in a prominent |n that area until the follow|ar for Talent peah-Miami Springs Jewish presents its annual talent (Saturday evening, Jan. 15, at tnter. Prizes will be awarded most outstanding talent. Wia^Hr^tt^ PAGE 9 A Mayor, Wife to Tour Israel Miami Bvach Mayer and Mrs. Harold Shapiro will laav* from Naw York in April via TWA on • tour of Israel, it was announce) late Wednesday. A series of social events are already being planned as bon voyage parties for Mayor and Mrs. Shapiro. The announcement indicated that Israel President Itzhak Ben-Zvi will schedule a special state function to welcome the Mayor and his wife, the former Israeli sabra, Sylvia Chinio. Women Voters Review Past Ten Years League of Women Voters of Miami Beach will give a summary of the accomplishments oflhe League in constitutional revision during the past 10 years. Member speakers will have current information for members and friends at neighborhood meetings to be held as follows: Friday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., at the home of Miss Lillian Mandel, 3186 Prairie ave. Monday, Jan. 17. 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. H. W. Bromberg, 8035 Noremac ave. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. B. C. Waller, 3023 Prairie ave. Speakers at these meetings will be the Mesdames Randy Polansky. Leonard Heller and Stanley Schwartz. Recommendations of the members for a League county agenda item for the forthcoming year will be sought. Mrs. Robert Grayson, League Board county representative, will attend all meetings. Tennis Program Launched on Beach Nine tennis clinics, followed by free tennis classes at all city playgrounds, will launch the annual winter tennis class program of the Miami Beach Recreation Department for 1955. Services of three tennis professionals in the Greater Miami area will be used in both the clinics and the classes. Ted Le Maire, professional of Belle Meade Country Club in Knoxville and former cnach of the Canadian Junior Davis Cup Squad, is in charge of the playground classes. Bill Rice, winter professional at Flamingo Park and director of the Teen Age Tennis Club, and Arnaud "Py" pyf ronii well-known professional at North Shore, complete the tennis staff. The entire program is under the direction of Walter Reid, athletic director of the Miami Beach Recreation Department. The clinics will be held at the five public elementary and two high schools, as well as at St. Patrick's parochial school and the Hebrew Academy. Director of New Orleans federation Dead at 45 NEW ORLEANS (JTA) — Benjamin B. Goldman, executive director of the Jewish Federation of this city, died here Sunday after addressing a banquet. He was 45. Among previous posts held by Mr. Goldman were the directorships of the Jewish welfare federations of Miami and Buffalo. Dr. Teller To Speak %  At Joint Meeting Dr. Judd Teller, author, lecturer and director of information for the Jewish Agency, will be guest speaker at a joint meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Zionist Council of South Florida. Meeting will take place on Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, at the Lear School Auditorium, 1010 West ave. Teller, author of the recent Scribners publication, "The Scapegoat of Revolution," will discuss "Israel in the Complex of the Middle East." Beef and Bird Opens Beef and Bird opened Monday evening on the site of the former La Rue restaurant on Dade blvd. Under the supervision of Emanuel Smith and Joseph Cohen, the eating spot will only feature prime sirloin steak, Western capon, prime ribs of beef and broiled pompano dinners. Der Yiddisher Forum Hears Jacob Leschinsky Jacob Leschinsky will be guest speaker at the meeting of Der Yiddisher Forum on Saturday evening, Jan. 15, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Leschinsky is one the original champions of the Labor Zionist movement. He is the author of numerous works on the economic life of Jews in Russia and in Poland and is now on the staff of the "Daily Forward," as well as manyother Yiddish, Hebrew and English Periodicals. Leschinsky will also speak to Der Yiddisher Forum on Jan. 22. His subject will be "Economic Phase of Three Hundred Years of Jewish Life in America." Der Yiddisher Forum is sponsored by the Greater Miami Yivo Committee. $2,500 Check Presented To Hebrew Academy Check for $2,500 bringing the total of contributions to the Hebrew Academy drive to $10,000 was presented this week to B. I. Binder, president of the Academy. The occasion was a luncheon by the Hebrew Academy Women at Temple Emanu-El. Over 200 women were present at the luncheon to hear reports on the activities of the various groups in the Academy drive to raise $50,000 needed to defray the cost of feeding and educating needy children from all parts of Greater Miami. Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, president of the women's group, presided. Sam Reinhard, presented the report of the men's committee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields were hosts to the group assisted by Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Sam Goodman. ZOA Committee Meeting Lehman, Broido Chair Seymour B. Liebman, chairman of the administrative committee of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America, this week announced the group's first meeting to take place in Atlanta, Ga., Sunday, Jan. 16, at the Biltmore hotel. Special guest at the meeting will be Miss Hannah Stein, of the national office of the Zionist Organization of America. Liebman revealed. Representatives from the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North and South Carolina and Tennessee will be present. Sher Reveals Conference Plans for Miami in February Bert Sher. secretary of Beth David Synagogue, returned from Jacksonville on Monday, where he i attended a board meeting of the Southeastern Region, United Syna\ gogue of America. Sher reported that a conference of the Southeastern Region is being planned for Miami sometime in February at which*all conservative synagogues of the Greater Miami area will be represented. The Southeastern Region includes conservative synagogues in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina. Sher serves as chairman of the Youth Commission. Board to Meet Metropolitan Miami Municipal board will meet on Friday, 3:30 p.m., in the South Courtroom of Dade County Courthouse to consider the recommendations of public administration service. Judge George Holt is chairman. Rabbi Joel S. Geflen, national director of the department of field activities and community education of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, arrived in Miami Beach this week. Rabbi Geffen will organize a mid-winter conference of the national planning committee of the Seminary, slated for February. Flagler Women's Group Plans Busy Schedule Thursday evening. Jan. 20. Women s Group of Flaeler-Granada Jewish Community Center will hold a regular monthly meeting at the Center building. B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will entertain that evening with a musical farce. "Life on a Milk Farm," written and directed by Gertrude Heckler and Betty Epstein. Tuesday noon, the group will hold a luncheon and card party. Mrs. Larry Travers, chairman, and Mrs. Abner Esterman. co-chairmen, will cater the affair. Final Rush Tsion B'nai B'rith Girls will have their final rush for members between the ages of 14 and 17 at the home of Miss Elizabeth Halpern. 1867 Tigertail ave., on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Agudath Israel Sisterhood Schedules Installation feh. 15 First annual luncheon and installation of the Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be held on Tuesday noon, Feb. 15, at the Di Lido hotel, announced Mrs. Esther Lerman. president o£ the Sisterhood. Chairman of the luncheon committee is Mrs Dorothy Burg. Cochairmen are Mrs. Trudy Katz, Mrs. Gussie Schwartz, Mrs Quota Phillips and Mrs. Rosalyn Seidel. Tea 'on House' Dinner for Warburg Persons attending the 11th annual antique show and sale on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 12. in Bayfront Park auditorium, will have a cup of tea "on the house" as I guests of the American Homes Department of the Miami WomenClub, which will entertain at that time with a colonial candlelight tea. Mrs. Donald W. Smith, chairman of the department, will be in charge, assisted by Mrs. M. L. IleisMrs. J. Barco Bishop is president of the Miami Women's Club. Smorgasbord Slated Miami Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will have a smorgasbord on Jan. 20. 12 noon, at Temple Israel. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Bernard Tytell and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Max Hayman and Mrs. Murray Lazarus. McDaniel visits a school for boys in Israel. Educational programs are developed by icies receiving funds through the 1955 Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. McDanvas a principal speaker at the CJA rally in Miami Beach Auditorium Thursday evening. Book Review Regular meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be hold Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 19. 1 p.m., in the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Ida Forer, program chairman, has arranged to present Mrs. Molly Glazer in a review of the book, "Cowboy on a Wooden Horse," by Yura Suhl. Dr. Gamoran to Speak Meeting for teachers in Jev.i-h schools will be held Sunday afternoon, Jan. 16, at Temple Israel. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the meeting will be addressed by Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, director of the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Topics of the lectures by Dr. Gamoran are: "Organizing a Les-mi Plan" and "How Much Hebrew lor our Hebrew Schools." Card Party Tuesday Card party of the Miami Chapter of the National Children %  Cardiac Hospital will take place on Tuesday noon. Jan. 18. at Melvin Cohen Hall. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Jess Glance. Martin Parnes, Lena Schild and Jess Spirer. Election Due Monday Hebrew Free Loan Association of Greater Miami will hold election of officers on Monday evening, Jan. 17, at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Roosevelt Chapter 1 Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a general membership meeting Wed;, nesday evening, Jan. 19, at the Alcazar hotel.



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1ARY 14. 1955 +Jewlsii rtcrklton PAGE 11 B ligh School leceives B 1 Scholarship rks, 14-year-old student leach High School, was warded grand prize in lnii.il essay contest sponhc Miami Herald. %  to Miss Marks will be a %  ryi'iir scholarship to the | of Miami. Ceremonies Ihe young Miami Beach held Monday in the Robt H.1.1. with Dr. Charles LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKiniY OIVKN that the undersigned, dealrtng to iiK'i^•In business under the fn-ililouK nanv of i:.\l:l,s, Hi .'-"i N W. 7th Street. Miami, i lorlda, Intend* to register saM name with the Clerk of the C rcult Court of Dad.bounty, Florida 11. E. Bl'SSBY. Hole owner QOL.DMAN A OOI.DSTK.IN \n rneya for Registrant ISO! w.-t Plagler Btreet, Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-21 I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thnt thi undersigned, di Hiring to engage in hueine** under the fictitious name of EARL'S COFFEE SHOP, .it 22".". N W. lath Street, Miami, Ma., Intenda t reglstei aald name with th.clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida It. F. Bt'SBET, Sole Owner .UOl.I'MAN A. I :< .1.1 SI i-;iN Attorneys for lUaMriint 2202 West 1 lagler Street. MlatntV Fla. I/U-H-M — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN th;it the undersigned, desiring'* to engage |n bualneaa under the fictitioim name of Tin: LEO ,I OOLDMAN c.itAI'HK: .Mil's BTUDIO, at 2t;:.:. B.W. 2Mb Avenue, Intenda to register aald name with the clerk of the Circuit court of I lade *ounty, FToi ida. LEO .1. GOLDMAN, Bole Owner 1 2/24-31 — 1/T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th.it Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In nualneaa under the fictitious name of PENGUIN HOTEL, ;.t ills Ocean Drive, Miaou Beach, Florida, Intenda to reglnter aald name with the Clerk of Ho i ireiHtC ourt of Little County, Florida, (a) I.1U.1AN WE1NIII-ATT FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO By Samuel w. Shapiro Attorneya for l.tlli.in Wcinblatt IJ _'!.-.] : 7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMrWW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In htiKlneKs under the fhtitioun name of WATER II i: \ T B R 8 1". l: VIC I". BPREAIT, al M10 N.W. 58th St.. Intends to regiatei aid name ^ith the ('Ink of the Circuit Court "f Lade County, Florida UAl.KI'lll WATER HEATER MFU. CO. BOL MAI8EL Attorn, \ f..i Applicant 216 Bhoreland BMg. 1^ 24-31 — 1/T-ll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring '• engage In bualneaa under the flctltloua name ,.f BROADWAY BAR, al 4002 N W ITih Avenue, Miami. Intenda to register aald name with the Clerk .if the Circuit Court, of Dnde County, Klorlda. ir Beach iarp, secretary and dean it at the UM, presiding. grand prize winners, who heir awards from GtKSTge leiald managing editor, McAlister, 14, of Hialeah placing second, and Kc winner James Gallatin. Ld. sUhii-ni at South Dade. I a sophomore at Miami pinh School, daughter of Airs.. Meyer B. Marks. 820 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In -. indi r th. ft. i Itloua n.me "i I' VMNER a C \M\i.K. al 1281 B.W. 13th Tcrrneo. Intend to racist. name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court % %  < Dad* Count}', Worlds. HERMAN CAMNER IK WIN L. CAMNER Sole 04n. is LEONARD" KAI-lsll Attorne> for A|i|>liiiaa)ta' 1001 iml'iai Hldg. I 14-21 18' ..' I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the rh-iithiua name ,,f CIIAItl.l.S STIAItT MOTOR %  •>. at 1761-57 N w 86th street. Miami. Florl|ta. intend to reglstei aald name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade Counl *. Floi Ida CHARLES .1 BTEINGOLD 12405 Croton Rd No Miami, Fla. BTITART STEINOl >l.1 > 11405 Croton Rd No. Miami, Fla, ALBERT I. ROSEN Attorney for Charles .1 Rtelngold and Stuart Btelngold 11 21-31 — 1/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS e* aiAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engagi In business 1 under the flctltloua name of MASTERS FABRICS ft INTERIORS, at 109 H M. sih Btreet, intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida JOSEPH MASTERS, Sole owner HAROLD BTRUMPF Attorney for Applicant Beybold Hldg. II 17-24-1] l 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that tli underalgned, dealrlng to engage In ln< sa under the flctltloua name of KING'S TOYS, al I28M S W. 7th Ave North Miami, FldTlda, intend to t.'i said Fiam.with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t of uade County, Klorlda. I.la i BICHBERG CARLYJS E1CHJBERQ 'HllriNARD III T.si.r; AtMno.tr f.n KltK'UTi.vo :..'|i illinifu i:blg., MutJui. lluiida 12vlr-2*-::i i'7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thu undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under Ihe fictitious name of CARVER HOME-OWNERS' PLAN. al 2S4M West Flaglei St., Miami. I Intenda t glstei aald name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Da County, Florida s\.\iri:i. M scHACK, Sole Owner c ;c ii.i I\I \ v \(:• iLDBTEIN Attorneya for Reglstrsnl 230: W Flagler St., Miami. Fla. 12 24-31 — 1/7 -J 4 NOTICE UNDEH FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring t.. encage In bualneaa under Ihe fictitious na BEACH SERVICE WATION, al Washington Avenue, Miami Bea |-|.ii Ida, Intend to reglstei aald name With tha Clerk ol the Circuit Coui I Dade County, Florida BEN .;. HIHAX and JESSIE VARIi I. n ne FREDERICK N BARAD. ESQ Ait. .MI.' for Ben Uoodmun and 1vH. I0 IL' _'!-:: I 17-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In htlslneaa under the ftetliinna nauo of WESTERN SHOE REPAIR ADRY CLEANING, al 1214 S.W. vi, street, i orlda, Intenda t-. reglstei aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit i '"al t of i >ade County, FIc s\.\HI-:i. i: ARRAMS l-'.rc.KNK TANNENBAI M Attorney for Samuel E. Abrarna 12 24-21 — I'7-14 -' KJi -t.. is the youngest girl | Collins A'viuu.-, pain top prize in the conshares honors, however. Seltzer, who also was a eargr High l+year old. nowhen he won first prize NOTICS UNDER FlCTlTlO'US NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEItEKY GtVFK tlv.it the undersfgned, dealrlng ro.>ngagi In bualnesa undr the fictitious name of SEA ISLE SI'N'I'ltY SHoe, at Su"! if Linda's essay was "Julinquency in Dade Counse and Cure." The young a native of Miami Beach terested in journalism as on. LEGAL NOTICE IXE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that faigued, deali Ing t. engage in under the fn-ililous name of APARTMENTS, :ft I20S. v. I A\ .nil.. Miami ll.-a. h, I to register said name wltu •f the circuit Court ol Dade rlorlda I8ADORE laHtltKR s VML'EL UREENBERU BCHL'I.MAN for A|.|.h. anls n Koitil Itl.lt; h.2i riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lei; is HEREBY OIVEN that ralgnad. geslrlng to encage In under the fictitious name of JltA PRODl'CTS, at 111 N K ue. Miami, hlorida. Intends Mer an hi name with the (lerk Circuit Court of Dade County, JOSEPH LEVIN C.& MANNHEIMER a ft.r I'HISIII'II l'loilints l-!8 iia.iir.o j. i-. i ,I-.I .-. MIAMI ItKAl'tl. II." \V\M ard day of May, A fto l.S incoAtornted ur IFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION E NAME AND BY THE HOHITV OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO WHOM THERE PRE8Af.l. COME, OREETINOK: IKi'TA OSBORNE. MIAMI UKACM. H.OHIDA I.VV MARKOWIT2, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA IANIKI. J KLEIN, I i.oHIDA A l> I'M... iporated under the tons of Chapter 108 l-lolida s. a/Ill STREET I iKVKI.ol' CORP., n corporation, with Its il place of Tiuslnesn at Miami Dade County, In the Stale Of and whereas Ihe sto. Uhol.lei s 1i corporation did on the Slat i.. comber, A 11. IM4, OBUM to i In the t.ffl.-e of the Secretary ..f the Slate of Ilotida, a Conall the atoekholders ulldel lions of said Chapter fin". Florahowlng the dissolution oirimratUin. therefore, the Se certify to the foreI.I thai h.is sat faffed tnat the t'kpta of law have been coniIN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hare hereunto aet my hand and hav 0 affixed the Great Heal Of the State of Klorlda, at Tullahaaaee, tbe Capital, thla the Thirty-first day of December. A T. 154. It. A. GRAY, Secretary of State. ic,,Mlaiiil Beach. Ilorlda. later stahl name with the Intend to rg Cl.-rk of the qiiVuit tgairt i 'I.IIIII \, Iloi iifir. LEI iNARD l.i IWENTHAL 1:1.1: A NOR UOW ENTIIAI. Sole Owners GEORGE CHKRTKOF Attorney for 0 net I .',..7 oiMiipla Puiiiling, Miami, 1/14-21-28 I I it Dade (SEAL) (SEAL) Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW* NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago in business under the fictitious name of EARLS MARKET, at 2201 N.W 7,uh Btreet, .Miami, Fla.. Intenda to regUter said name l||l -Up Clerk of the Circuit Court i>f IWde Cebnty. Florl la. It E. UI'SHKV. Sole owner I;I il.I.MAN .V <:ol.l.STEl.N Attorneys for Registnint 2201 Wesl i-'iacl.-r Street, Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-28 I, 4 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIOA TO ALL To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL (O.MI-:. IJKEKTIN'IM Win ANNE HANI'I-"N. MIAMI, FLORIOA ERNESTINE C EUERT, MIAMI, l-T^oltlDA t;EUALrINK KHiARTT, MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the inth-d.i. of Noveiber, A I' i:i,.i. cause to he Incorporated under the piovistons of Chapter ". Fl-.i Id.i Statutes. BHA&DN HOTEL COMPANY, a i\n|...i.aii.ii. with Its principal place nf bualneaa at Miami, Dade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the stnckholdurs <.f auch corpoint Ion did on the Mb flay of January. A.D. 197)5, ...use to be filed In the office of the Becregtry of State of the state of Florida, a Consent of all the stockholder* under the provisions of aald Chapter SOX, Florida Btatutea, show-tug the dissolution -of auch corporation, j > -. k ^ Now, ther.fnr. ^tfjr Secretary of State; does hernjiy certify to the foregoing and that he fa aalisfied that the i equll .-merits of law have been compiled with. IN VtlTNSf* WHEREOF. I have hereunto aet my hand and 3e affixed the Great Seal of-the State of Florida, at Tallahaaaee. the Capital, this the Fifth day of January. A.D. I tea. It. A (lltAY. Secretary of state. (8BAL) I/it/:.:. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In bustneaa under the flctltloua name of BERNIE'B MEN'S SHOP, al II". V\\ 14th SI Miami, ITa Intends to reglsi.-i said name ith ih,Clerk of the Circuit Court of iHtde County, Florldii HEItN_UtH i; GREEN8TEIN 1 14-21 '1/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI-; IS HEBEIIY UIVEN thai the un.l.nletie'.l. deaii-tug 1o ngHgiIn bualnesa imtl. r the fictltlnua name of f'lillAI, WAV TAVERN, at !28 B.W 22nd St.. Miami. F'la.. Intenda to register aald name with Ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida HARRY JOHN NAHICKSI1ERND KESSLER tlARf Attorneya for Applicant 1782 West Flagler St. 1/14-21-21 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICIITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that Hi. underslg I, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of MOHAWK TELEVISION .\RADIO. at 1417 Bunael Drive, Coral Gables, Flu., int.nils to register raid with th.Clerk ..f th.Circuit I ..,.|e i'..unty. l-1oi Ida H 'RRY SII M'ir.' >. owner BERICK, SHAPIRO a FRIED Attorney for Applicant 4^o Lincoln ltd. 12/24-21 — 1 7-ii id tl.illaCut t of IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32343-B HE ESTATE OK MORRIS RiciiTElt, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that 1 have filed in) final report and petition for Final Klacharge aa Administratrix of the estate of MUKltlS RICHTBR, deceaaed; and that on the 21st day of Januarv, INS, will apply to the Honorable FRANK B. noWLINU. CountyJudge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final diacharge na Administratrix of thEstate of MORRIS RICHTBR, deceased. Thla 29th day of December, lfl.'it. SYLVIA ItlCHTER. Administratrix of the Estate ol Monis Richler, Deceased. I. R. MATERS Attorney for Administratrix 11/11 — 1/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 175522 BERTHA SKALKA, Plaintiff, \ s JACK SKALKA. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATIO N In JACK BKALKA \i 11 i • i Humenl ha I .'.17 Edule\ Avenue i llendslde, l *enn i) ,: ^'i l| al •• lOI el,\ teipilt ..I to oops of youi Answer to the Bill of i'omplaitit upon pis ii.uif ~ attoi nej. ami to fde your I iriginai An • i In th, i iffli .a th, Clerk of thla i ^.n ir before ih. Mil. das ol February, I 1 .;,.',. oti. i ,\ I-.. t i,e Bill of 'omplalnl for Dlc.ie. heretofore filed agalnal vou will be tak.-n as confi %  -• d I.. you Dated al Miami, Florida, this LOth Has "f Januaayi IM5 i: 'H. OtEATHERM \N' '. I ,. I ;I ol I lad.. 'ou'hl Ii Ida B) JOAN Ci II'RNOYER, I.. i IUI I ieik ind a-deff. Plaintiff's MtoVn-S Nl >.KM \N l: I.Vi INS 910-812 OlymuM Building, Ml I, Fla i.: i -'I --'.-4 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175548 JOSEPH KM IRELLA, Plaintiff THERESA r.Ar.Vu'.'' FK'RELLA, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Vou. THERESA ItARBADO FIOREl.LA -.'.. S...111I Av., New York, New v01 k, are hen bi notified Umi > Bill of 'ompiaint for I 'iv 011 e h filed against you, and wi are ...1 to serve a on of ) our Anas ei 01 pleadlna te the Bill "f complaint on the plaintiffAttornes BANKtlRD M KWERDLiN.. Suit..',47 Be>bold Building. Miami. Florida, and 1 %  the ,1 Answer -.i Pleading In the office of ih.clerk of the Circuit court on 01 beforn the i"th d.,> ot February, 1955, if you fail I" do so, Judgment by default will be tak.-n agalnal you r..r th.r.-ih-f demanded In th* BUI of Complaint. This notice shall he published "li.e each week for foui consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 10th day of January, A.D. 1'.•;,:.. E. 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court I'a.le County, I" lorlda By WM W STOCKING, ii'lrciiit Court s.-ii) Deput) Clerk SAM ol(D M. BWERDLIN Attorney for Plaintiff Suite ".47 S.-yhold Hldg. Miami. Elm idn 1 14-21-28 — I 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355 EILEEN DOWNES, Plaintiff, RICHARD T DOWNES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RICHARD T. now.M'.s 1,1-14 17th Road White Stone, Long Island New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .1 complaint for Divorce and Oth,1 Kell.t nil he.-11 filed llgamst > %  '". and you at.required to -..-i\i.1 copy of your Answer to the Complaint For Dlvomand Othei Kellef. on the Plaintiff's attorneys. GENET & GENET, 42i) Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and flic the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 7th day of February. P'I.'I, on a Decree Pro Cotifesso will be entered against you DATED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of January, 1S5.Y E. H, LEATHEHMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Finn.1.1 By: K. II. KK'E. IK (>!eal) Deputy Clerk GENET & GENET Attorneys for Plaintiff 42u Lincoln Road, .Miami Bench. Fla. 1/7-14-21-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undei signed, desiring to 1 ngagi business under the flctltloua nan 1 Sl'GAR HILL, at Ml N W 20th Btrei t, Miami. 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INUARY 14, 1955 -JenislincrMtor) PAGE 7 A ONALLY A K I N G Kt New England Rabbi pmlicrg is vacationing at hotel with his wife and Enter. Rabbi Weinberg leader of Temple Beth laldcn, Mass. He also is lancial secretary of the Council of America and fof the Orthodox Rabbinpi of New England. ig resort operation probpst nightly at Waldman's lg room are Ben Slutsky, operator of the Nevele Jub in New York's CatsBins, and Joseph Waldof Miami Beach's newhotet Slutsky has been visitor to the Waldman )m. \ir ir -Cr David N. Leslie has arle on leave from Albrook Base in the Canal Zone iting his parents, Mr. and [H. Leslie at their home, line ave. He serves as lineer in the installation office at the Air Force •Cr %  & %  & ind Mrs. Meyer Katz, of ave., had as their guests Chanuka holidays their and son-in-law. Dr. and hi Sussman, Clifton, N.J., igstors. Jacolyn and El^y were entertained by sman's brother. Rev. Jaof 1321 14th ter., and f, Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, 62nd st. ions' Granddaughter ionored by hi'urachi aptcr, Mizrachi OrganizafMr. and Mrs. Morris Zim[will honor the Zimmerfandtlaughtor. Debbie, on evenina. Jan. 22. at Beth Dngrcgaticn. [speaker will be Rabbi Jockovsky. spiritual leader egation Beth Tfilah. Mi Eh, and director of the liami Vaad Hakashruth. dan of the affair is Mrs. tes. Assisting will be the Louis Stillman, Max er, Sarah Pidel, Sarah [Bessie Rosenberg, Rachel Zelda Kuntz and Goldie [will be by Larry Blue and "hestra. Proceeds are for Idrcn's village in Ranna, 'ertes Named >urth Term Sose Pertes will be installed it of Women's Better GovClub at ceremonies Tuespning, Jan. 18, in the Ocean (hotel Fs to assume office include dames Paul Antonacci, vice it; Carmen Higgs. treasiline Bennecki, recording ; and Adeline Brennon. ending secretary, speaker will be Catherine Zion Branch [Officer Installation lb Rearson was installed tot of the Poale Zionist of Greater Miami at cereSunday evening. B. Minen ^cted as installing officer, named to posts were Henry and Solomon Halperin, vice rats; Leo Duckler, financial ry and corresponding sec reSonia Bobbins, recording sec|; Samuel Lerner, treasurer; ina Sorin Bild, publicity, cutive board includes E. S. It Manuel Burstein, Dr. Samfilensky. Dr. A. Boset. Mrs. Halperin and Jack Robbins. iNDAILE DOMESTIC HELP Ei-IABLE OAV WORKER* •1 Employment Service 5* St. ML •4401 tl MKIOSNSIftO, Owner Getting ready to cut their 50th anniversary cake in the Algiers hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Benjamin, of 1673 SW 10th st. Both are natives of Louisville. Ky.. and came here 20 years ago. They have three married sons and seven grandchildren. Dade Chairman Named Dr. Frank Ploudre, chairman of the board of the Lincoln Chiropractic College Alumni Association. Indianapolis. Ind.. this week announced the appointment of Dr. Arthur H. Shapiro, Lincoln rd. chiropractic physician, as chairman of the Student Procurement Program for Dade County. Ardinoro Susan Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg. 4800 Pinetree dr., will become Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Ian. 15, at Temple Beth Shalom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Susan, a student in Beth Sholom religious school, attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. SINGLE GENTLEMAN in the Forties. Here (our years from Poland. Has fint position, local year-round job, WISHES TO MEET LADY under 40 far companionship Writ*: MR. W., I0X 2*73, MIAMI II WIDOW WILL SHARE HER LOVELY HOME with one or two people, yearly, reasonable. N.E. 75th St., Miami, Phone 7M957. MAKE EXTRA MONEY ADDRESS, MAN. POSTCARDS spare time every week. RICO, 143 BELMONT, IEIMONT, MASS. FOR SALE LOT ON COCOA CAUSKWAY 100 x 300 FT. Write Box 4S2, Cocoa, Florida SALESMAN Who wonts opportunity off earnings off $6,000 a year or more — with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — top quality leads, generous commissions and bonus. Permanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD PERSONALITY. For appoinrment coil MO 7-2011. Nozzle Nolen Sez Re sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of LIFE ... the two page spread "What happens when LIFE hits Miami". IUOENi CONLEY THI OHM SUIIS Of CIUTII MIAMI MISHITS THESE METROPOLITAN OPERA ASSN. STARS in The Barber of Seville SAT., JAN. 29 • MON., IAN. 31 • WED., FEB. 2 TICKETS *2.50 to *5.00 LUCIA Di LAMMERMOOR Sot. Feb. 19 • Thurs. Feb. 24 Sat. Feb. 26 GET YOUR TICKETS NOWI TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Burdines f-1332 Cordelias Cord Shop 3-3123 Steodmon's Record Shop, Coral Gablci 4*1991 Sah'i Fifth Avenue, Lincoln Road, Miami Baach 58-0711 Miami Beach Radio Company 50-7375 Dado County Auditorium 4-9230 Miami Baach Auditorium 5-0477 i LOON LAKE, in the Adirondack-. NEW YORK; FABULOUS NEW COCO CAMPS. .3 sepi'Jte. completely equipped campsite* on 3500 acres...healthful, pollen-free climate, 1S00 feet hl-ri ...4 mile private lake... II hole coif course...every land and water •port end athletic facility... eiemplary cultural and racreatlonel proIf am... Music, Dranw. Dance and all creative Arts...Educational projects... E


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PAGE 2 A •Jmist nrM&r_ FRIDAY, Report Sees No Change in Soviet WASHINGTON JTA — Emphasizing the contention that there was little change in the states of Soviet Jewry since Stalin's death. sm last week declared "Except for the 13 released Moscow doctors, no victims of the antiJewrre publicly rehabtlnism remained a crim-undreds of former counB jail: .' %  communal act: re proscribed as before: emigration remained forbidden: the charges te**iied against Jewish leaders all over the" : in the S'.antky trial were nfl* :ed. but were repeated ii*ain: the existence worldwide Jewish conspiracy -t the Common it regimes remained an article of faith for all Re= t actions e commit: he Middle East" be-ippowted with the e mergence of the young Jewish -y mThe report l arm l ij who ;r r .l> "were f the strongest anu-CommoIt the ardect response of to the establishment of Lrael. I from tl ed C z mn%  The mam reason for i the com:' the cold =: Tl The Jews to b foreigi political but al^-i rebg cultural. A preface to the report i •he treatment of reli| k minontiehaalways been J good index to the character of a political and >ocial system." The report >; %  rra has reduced religious freedom to the to hold serviceunder itrict ipenriaoa and transed the remaining "religious" organiza': i iments of Communist policy They have introduced a degree of discrimination • of Jew-, ap• >n of Miami Library Resumes Spring Film Series public Library ,,nng series of its film •-hich iM he -h"* n ,n ; and 8 pm are nquin." "Newi Faith will \o \ ,),;: Henrj and Dr. Biumenthal in Talk Youth EmmM a will m< (6 in the i the reli meeker %  \l Biumenthal. will discuss • ..< rFace To%  u program up L \ >MMT-c t PRKIN WorW$ Large* Control CompoJ Coll 2-1776 %  %  > %  ol I Ml |'it| | mi mmam to ML Sinai HOST Sec Isl< •:-.-.: .V.r: ::el Asso: "' '•"• 0 rre r.r---J •f Dec :: wee* '-•" :: :z .V" S..-.::. :::.:.::.; White DAT WORKftS DOMESTIC HOTEIS RESTAURANTS S6 ond Far* Maids. Pertert Kitchen Help ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.f. M A. Mu •-3eS7 No Cherge to Employer 3S0 Lincoln R^ I Messenin. — Phone sj Entrance on Washingkil O C U L I S T|l Preacriptionj FUltjl Lenses and Ftoml Duplicated | Large Selection J Styles Crisis MI Talmudic Period To be Discussed by Rabbi Rabb. V S rut Si board meeting • % %  :' the Greater Mi"..r.r .' seed. The Rabbi has chosen ;n the PenZ S^fc: dent, announced that r %  S S. .1. I MM (llll.lll end th citizens from public ..:• hey have made violent antiSemitism an instrument of government policy," the report .-• M. -Opium [HEBREW BOOK STOREt J 417 Washington Ae., Miami Beach i I Between Fourth and fifth Sti. • HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES { for Synogogues and Private Use I Also for Hebrew Schools r-?; we Telephone 5-9017 \i st At i citrine A ri si Nozzle Nolen Sez — Be sure to read the Jan. 17th issue of LIFE ... the two page spread "What happens when LIFE hits Miami". ill JfafaJL JAN. 17 THRU MAR. 3 (IT'S GO THE R A c -•OST TIME...1:4S Daiiy Double Closes...l:3j Services in tLe true spirit of tne Jcwjsk tradition... and dedicated to ease tne LurJcii A of tne bereaved. iverside MEMO HAL C*ML. ^V FU N I A l DIRICTORS Fre. forking CONOlTlO* TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS W„,n ^"" Mi*miBh*iM .rrrr •*" tr, *'MOWt AmauiANCI HtVltl W T ,w **. r-ner.l Direemr AM ,.H.MO, Trt-^ %  ~ >f ^n L t inune We**-*



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JARY 14, 1955 -JmlstifhrMkui PAGE 5 A Leaders Baffled in Bonn W. FREEDMAN JTA [few years ago, U.8. in Germany were \t the 1949 "Occupawith the sweeping Brved to the Western be replaced by a nei in the course of 1950, the largest. |led "Bonn Convenf designed to supplant pon Statute. Drafting more wearisome than it u'i pa ted but, after lantic round-the-clock fthey were signed on They would enter; Ithin the year, spokesRJ.S. High Commission innounced confidently. went by, and so did M: the Bonn ConvenBt been ratified to this km stance which shows pding a task it is to future treaty relaItwiten the Federal Rerrmany and the WestlYot the "Paris Protoprmany's status were October, at the Paris foot ween the Western Pie Federal Republic. st-informed political prognosticate that they roved by the parliafour contracting parthan next spring. tocols deal with a wide ppics, ranging from the of the occupation refeh in effect restores sovereignty — to facilpsular employees, from n to decartelization such matters affect [position and influence ply of nations, they are concern to Jews tie deals only with pronore direct and specific Irests, in the first place pining to restitution and |t ion for i n d i vidual )n both counts, fortu|position is less unsatishad been feared. n, designed to return property to its rightswners, is based on Miliiment rather than GerPtion. The Allies saw to ly in the first few years Pactment in 1947-48, that berly carried out. Allied 11 sit on the supreme tribunals in the various end of this program is |ht; already, 83 percent es have been finally ad]in West Germany, 48 per' est Berlin. Jon proceedings generalaround existing houses, or plots of real estate, around furniture or art; in most cases, the lirected against the Gernow holds the property. cation, on the other ins a claim addressed to or national treasury, in Pe applicant seeks cash tion for injuries, illegal nent and losses .suffered Jazi persecution. Unlike the indemnification | is based on German legisis still very far from comnd progress is agonizingly |Bonn Conventions of 1952, Three and Four of the lion on the Settlement of {Arising out of the War I Occupation" are devoted lit inn and indemnification, ely. They bear Chancellor r's signature and were apthe German parliament, pr entered into effect beFrench parliament did ry to a widespread im[both in Germany and •title Bonn Conventions, and ticularly the Chapters on Mi and indemnification, fallen by the wayside in |nce of the Paris Conferhey have been modified, but not jettisoned. Iris Protocols are amend[the Bonn Conventions, not a self contained body of contractual arrangements. It is therefore believed that the parliaments of Bonn, London and Washington, all of which have already ratified the earlier Conventions, need now give their assent to the Protocols only. Conventions and* Protocols both will then have entered into effect. In Chapter Three of the Bonn Convention cited above, the Federal Republic avows the obligation to implement Allied restitution "fully, expeditiously, by every means in its power," and to preserve it in force until all pending claims have been settled. Other '£lai*te*> safeguard the rights of successor organizations for Jewish heirless property. Germany declares, furthermore, that it will honor restitution judgments against the former German Reich, of which thousands have been rendered by the courts — but the "successful" claimants cannot collect because the German treasury, although it has pocketed all assets of the former Reich, so far refuses to pay these Reich debts. In Chapter Four of the Bonn Convention, the one dealing with indemnification, Germany acknowledges the need for fair compensation to Nazi victims who suffered damage to life, limb, health, liberty, property and economic prospects. Both these Chapters were drafted three years ago, after taking into account the advice of the Jewish organizations concerned. The latter were not happy about certain provisions, it is true, but on the whole they were satisfied that the restitution and indemnification clauses of the Bonn Conventions adequately safeguard Jewish interests. The Paris Protocols do not alter the substance of these safeguards. The greater part of the text remains intact. Changes there are, and in line with the political trend of the past three years they accord Germany greater lee-way, curtail Allied supervision, substitute voluntary for imposed obligations. Under the old Bonn Convention, observers of the United States, Great Britain and France were entitled to have access to those German administrative and judicial bodies which handle the restitution and indemnification program. The Federal Republic pledged to furnish all necessary information to the observers and to produce files upon demand. The existing system of reporting to the three Allies on the progress of restitution was to be continued. Restitution and indemnification records were to be preserved for a certain period of time. These relatively minor provisions, which were backed by the full resources of the Allies, have been cancelled. In lieu thereof, Chancellor Adenauer has pledged that Germany will voluntarily abide by a number of obligations which go almost as far as the mandatory ones they replace. Differences there are between the old and the new version, notably with respect to restitution, but their practical significance is not great. The Chancellor's pledge was contained in three separate but identical notes addressed to the Allied High Commissioners on October 23. Professor James B. Conant for the United States, Sir Frederick Hoyer-Miller for Great Britain and 'Andre Francois-Poncet for France formally acknowledged receipt and informed the Chancellor that their Governments bad "noted the assurances which have been given by the representatives of the Government of the Federal Republic," according to which these undertakings "represent for the Federal Government a natural obligation which it is prepared to assume voluntarily in the future." The Paris Protocols provide for still other changes in Chapters Three and Four of the Convention, but these are either minor modifications of terminology or alterations affecting mainly the rest it ution of German trade union property in the British Zone. Altogether, the position of restitution and indemnification in the Paris Protocols is nearly the same, for practical purposes, as it would have been under the Bonn Conventions. West Germany's new and more independent status after the London, Brussels and Paris Conferences has no bearing upon the Reparations Agreement it concluded with Israel, or upon the obligations —among them those dealing with indemnification and restitution — it assumed .toward the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. It entered into both treaties voluntarily, without partk'tp£itf:)Mhe-Western Allies JH reference Wti$ 6uapM iin fctfc? ute. Hence, abolition of the latter is without effect upon the validity of the reparations pact and its companion agreements. Chancellor Adenauer has made it clear, has has State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Walter Hallstein, that they hold this view and that Germany will continue to furnish reparations goods in the same manner as it has done heretofore. Civic and religious rights are guaranteed by the constitutions of the Federal Republic and of her constituent states, as well as by certain international conventions to which it has adhered. These assurances of equality and non-discrimination are in nowise influenced by the Paris Protocols. Jews have learned since the First World War, though, that in international treaties and national constitutions it is not the fine print that vouchsafes their security. In Germany itself, Hitler never bothered to repeal that model democratic charter, the Weimar Constitution. It remained on the books until the collapse of his regime. Barely ten years have since gone by. In a few months, the Federal Republic of West Germany is to have virtual freedom in domestic affairs, a foreign policy of its own and before long the strongest army on the European continent. Then the circumscribed issue of reparations, restitution and indemnification, no less than the peace of Jews in Europe and throughout the world, will hinge upon the answer to a question that cannot be found in the wording of any document signed by 78-year-old Konrad Adenauer: whither Germany? Gale Named Interviewer For New fork School Appointment of Efraim H. Gale, as alumni interviewer of the New York School of Social Work, Columbia University, for the State of Florida was announced by Kenneth D. Johnson, dean of the New York School. In his capacity as alumni interviewer, Gale will be responsible for the screening of potential candidates who will be making application to the New York School of Social Work in this area. Gale, who is at present executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Social Work, has also received his Masters degree in Education from Tufts College Graduate School and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences at Tufts. Prior to coming to Miami Mr. Gale was field secretary for four years for the National Jewish Welfare Board in the Southern Section and in the New York metropolitan section. UM Dean to Speak Dr. Grover H. Noetzell, Dean of the School of Business Administration at University of Miami, will discuss the "Economic Outlook for 1955," at a dinner meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom on Monday evening, Jan. 17, in the Temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Jack A. Abbott, Men's Club president. John T. Bills, financial and business editor of the Miami Herald, will introduce Dr. Noetzell and will lead the round table discussion which will follow. Albert L. Rosen is program chairman. I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridicm Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 9J to£iue 3tneW DR. HERMAN SEIDU OH FIRST TRIP TO MIAMI Physician Spends Life Devoted To Reemergence of Jewish State "They are my hobbies," Dr. Herman Seidel explained, while on a brief visit to the Miami area last weekend. "1 have no others." Here following a medical conference held in Gainesville, the veteran Zionist is today national chairman of Poale Zion and chairman of the national board of Histadrut. In addition, he is recognized as a leading US. scientist in the field of geriatrics, an extensive practice in BaltiThe vigorous, grey-haired specialist in internal medicine, with an extensive practice in Baltimore, said that "I have always felt I wanted to be a doctor. And this, of course, could not interfere with my other interest — Zionism and Israel." Dr. Seidel received the MD degree from the University of Maryland in 1910. But, by then, he had been taking a leading role for six years in the movement that subsequently led to the founding of Histadrut in 1920. "I was also chairman in 1905 of the first convention of Poale Zion organized in Baltimore." Dr. Seidel explained. Dr. Seidel recalls the Zionist movement in America following the outbreak of World War I. when as a member of the first provisional Zionist Commission, he worked closely with such figures as Judge Louis D. Brandeis and Judah L. Magnus. "That was when the organization began to function politically — those were the exciting days." His first time in Miami, Dr. Seidel has written articles on Zionism, the emergence of the new Jewish State and is the author of a Yiddish piece that recently appeared in "Zukunft." His travels through Israel are extensive. "I was there during the *20's, '30s, '40s and as late as 1951 to engage in organizational work," he explained. And his medicine? "That is also part of my life. There are no hobbies — other than sicence and Israel." Police, Fireman's Show Tickets for the Miami Beach Police and Firemen's Benevolent Association's sixth annual all-star show at the Miami Beach Kennel Club on Sunday evening, Feb. 6, are now on sale at association headquarters, 2 Collins ave.. Fire Captain Hubert Albritton, chairman of ticket sales, announced this week. Ted Schempp, president of the association, again appointed Detectives George Green and Jack Raskin to head up the entertainment committee as they have done for the past three years. In Memoriam Teday, Friday, Ttbtt 20tti, is the first onnhreriary ef the patting away of ear beloved sister Sylvia Prakoff May She Rest in eoc* who was wrest**) from as in the midst *f the fraitfal years af her life, Dec. 2*, 1*53, la Miami, FtorMa. We will net ferget yea even ante the last day *f ear earthly existence, dear, sweet, faithfal seal-ear ealy sister. Year bereaved hrethert, MAX and WILLIAM PESKOff



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* iNUARY 14. 1955 + knist!FlcrXiian PAGE 3 B pipered Mind s m Jewish ms Needed Wmerica LIUS FL1GELMAN AJP widely-separated interhistory of this country, ; %  Americans offered sound | %  those who came after. I he advice of these great j Jewish the other noni y well be applied ro; most vital problems in i Jewish community life. I the late Supreme Court i uis D. Brandeis who said that "to be good Amermust be better Jews." To THE TERCENTENARY STORY Copyright, 19J4, by American JewUh Pratt Text by DANIEL ELAZAR 14. Benjamin Nones Illustrations by MAURICE del BOURGOl ion. *SU-IA& W 1774 Tue MHH.UAAT MW* jrw MAABeASAMIAI MOAAfS CAM* TO PHIIA DTLPMIA WITH seM.LAFAfcrrt FROM BoaoeAux.FBA.vcf ro NCLP THK BMBATrifo AMFPK-AM Coiovisrs W//V THC/H FTG* r FOR F/tamooM / ft SCKVC0 AS STAFF OFFlCS* TO Ge*m*ALf or KALB. PULASM A MO mAsmAieroAr AAIO -rue OFFICIAL COAAAABAfOATIOfl CALL CD HIM I "SPUJrreD, CALLAMT, AMP BRAVI/" awr BIGOT*.-? 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More ex-! bask in complacent ; P n ; ,on f < !" rse, means more ; atulation concerning the "JJ" wh w,ll I be "formed inteatus of this vital section f a,ea nd !" de %  %  S. ," %  a's free press. The fact is. f*g* henta e nd lts va,ues for j h press in America is at a i ay '. I The next turn must be Je lih business men-and comthe whole Jewish com! mu t lejders-kiwrwh.tl.me! pecially by those wfco are —?* Jj "*f 8 ,ve from al. cultural and business I ^ P" va e Jj" and businesses I to help guide the organizations and I philanthropies they serve. They are I than a centurj-. our uy[m how diffictlIt it is to reach 1 enough people in the Jewish com munity to carry on such activities. Yet how many have considered how much of that time and energy might be saved if they gave more support to the independent Jewish newspaper? Such support will, insure an tx-l ithin the last decade or pa nding free press to gain the atgeroua trend may be detention of more people in the com%  ward newspapers subsidiz• munity and create more active in-, cial Jewish organizations. t ercs t in its organizations. s been that some of the j Such support will provide more nrous examples of inde-1 direct contact, on a genuine reader-1 Jewish journalism have gfcip level, with a vast and growing audience whose cultural and spirit ual heritage is both Jewish and broadly American. Such support will return extra dividends to both advertisers and the community in the form of alert and loyal readers. Yes. your intelligent support and use—of the tree Jewish press will restore to it the deserved eminence it had traditionally enjoyed in independent American journal'-t^ttf4P*i"n 'faiU4. ism. And. by making this possible, you will have the happy knowledge thaf you have helped enable this important department of Amerito continue its growth as a mighty can-Jewish life to do a better job American monument to the ideaifor democracy and for Judaism. You will help the free Jewish press ism both of Brandeis and of Jefferson. owned, independently-openterprise within the f pmmunity. It was support-, readership and advertik-' healthy avenue for the I Ication of news and opin> I. others, still striving to the tradition of a free Ind themselves competing lopelessly with the finan antced papers which are sidized and held captive by ^ial interests they serve, of these subsidized jourwell-edited and publish Jewi.sh news and opinion. tir first purpose, quite natls to serve as spokesmen for licular group or leaders who them. Though they are (praiseworthy as specific organs, obediently serving groups, they cannot in the of things substitute for the il Jewish free press. ThisJ tthe free press is freely supl>y Jewish readers, leaders liness men, but subsidized f. It is therefore responsible entire-community in the j ition of independent Jewism, i, the community and its also have a responsibilrd the remaining segments ewish free press which'are with extinction.. J ly believe it is both idealispractical for Jewish busi conrmrmtty leaders to? retheir relationship to this CALORIE CONSCIOUS? Oi. IUOA.INI. t* B" fct iwfr r(***r, fr• nfid n.fMamfI Not • catarl* to A *k*l f f 11 bCTM* loMtant wwi Kill 70. cipi •' ro. HTCM.H AMI 1A*U US. %:L Sugw'K Income Collected. Not Earned Letters of Credit Deposits 78.202.095.80 $87,373,808.93 7.595.827.46 882.097.25 532.255.44 104.568.62 56.964.36 OFFICERS C. F Shewmakc t'Tf'iiSf.nt Oun S. Campbell VU-t-l'ifHid^nt %  meat i. C. Don Vfc-^-l'ri'sid.'nt Wilbur W. Saner vii i I'I .widen] W. Ingrm_ Philipi Vlca-Prealdenl and Cashier John B. Sims Vlre*FVMldent Giadya w O'Neal \M KlKtJUII VnrI'l r^id.nl Matiaa M. ViuJattagui Aaajalent \ H .--I'r.— id< nl Walaar H. Moore Ai.-i-!uiil \'i. ^-l ieid-l Samuel O. Porter AaafMaTQI 'HS1III Joe E. Creach AnalHlant Caahler John M. Mmry, Jr AiaKlnCMIil 'ashler Ceorpe E. WarwieK %  atiwaal i"hln J. Floyd Monk A Hdatanl I'.sliit-i Eaaia M. Call AfwlMtani I'a anlr C Hoyt McLin \ iailaui ni 'itsliiri Morns Elmore Aaalata nl < "aahl*! HOST DEPARTMENT John F. Lanigan Vle I'r.ind Ti "-: I Joaeph E. Fitzpatrick s .• ri-'ul.-ii' and v Trual


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PACI: U H #. i (I:,II.,M I...-.,I...I I., n ,..,1.1 I.' s:i II I.. ii... i..„ .. I i I,,,,, I, ii,,nll mil In linin>,l li'U I ll I ll 1 "' H "" *'" li'l'iM Hi lt|n nl Irliill W ISHINGTON (WNSl Pre i deal Elaenhower WHS urged iin week In fire Mil.in I) Smith, IIW IlllVr ;i, latatll In SITIII.III i,| \, : riciilfin• %  Kara | Benson wlin ni dol ill I In.Hill Siiiillu Vlll |, II, againal Wiiii I adejlnakj and J Ohmn i ultj seeurlt) I.IIU.T re sponalble i,.i tinI adejlniik) i i I In i' '|in l lui linn id .mis .nl w .,s in.nl, ii\ Americans i,,i Democratic Action %  ( %  • %  lit • • il | p in, lulling DriliiMliili. mill Hi'piililu .in hi., i II K Unless Ihe) • .HI luatlfy their rondurl %  flei • %  tali hearing, the iwn ikould >> %  dlantlaetd, declared llir AI >. \ SI.IIIIIIIIII. which .il" erltlclted Secretarj Benaon The Si'illl.il i ||d \l> V III Trillin in mi: Ins dec! Ion .ir.nn i I adejlnsky nun hr li.nl iir. I I given II -in Itlvi lull .ii Hi. i%  >i< %  i>.; II Operation* Ail •II if11 %  ii.iii. HI. dramatises id. M.I otic seem %  f v i"nceduir of oui H iiiiniii ..nil iii mi 'ii rreilll upon iini mi.,1 Btati iii H.r, announced during ID* w.'rk iii.ii Mi i adajinak) whu -%  • I,.-, n in. ,i .. i ceurltj nab hi .siii.i.iiv Benaon from ins i". < a .nl |i iiiiui .ii atlachi .ii •>• I' I In i"k>" ii.nl in-ill hin i bj Mi. Foreign Operation! Admlni I ration, headed 1 >\ Humid I SI i sill. In ltd -I I.Hill I I'flll III |"li [ill llir 1'ii.A .iiini. II I,, Hi. I.mil ii I'H in inhad ratii'ii nut in Japan in .i communication i" prole Una organization*. Secretarj Ben on %  aid "While t h -• \ i i i letlei a i made at ailahli' lo rcportci ii u.i. mil done ai reflecting Ihe i Ii a "i iin-, I lepal i iinII t in an) 11 and I i egi el Ihc ct rat Ion ..I thai Implli allon I am al n ui pi i i ,1 and • %  ln ked i hal an( i Semitic Implication have been I .11 Pl| III Hi. pi I.1 .1 I. Illl "I III.I. II. I Illl I I, |..il I III. Ill lllls man) l"> il .!• i ii i" nple In Ha %  in 11ii i% ii" are giving honeal and %  •.ui i H HI i,,ii .HI.I \ ..in.iiil. .I \ ice in ..in niiiiii) I ui. nl. I I,. iin. HI Hi, In I I" %  late a II houl hi Hum > tn> long mnl l.i ting .• %  11 allon !•" Ihe Ji • i ,n pciipli I would in.nil,.", Iin lui in id |.I.H ni\ in. in|ii i" pi nil mi noti Si milli twin %  IUI "in,11 \ Mv v. ill i\ .i i ..Ml l "III III ltl)l\ III Illl • l ll IV I would iin i>N iippri-i i ill > "iii MI.II.IIII nn "ui I """" I" i'"" i ln|. I \i Hlllll •„ Ii i|'|" '" I, I I • nnaJh S, I f l| 1 111 |l II I %  HIIIIIIIIII, l Coral Gable* community HKJOVO roctiva thoir astiqnmcnta in th Combined Jew La h Appeal. Shown at a planning moot lrvq at the horn* oi Mr. and Mrt. Louis Goldman are 'loll to nqht) George Chortkof. Rabbi Monia Skop, Rabbi B Loon Hui wttz. loaoph Gartield and Sam Weieael. The Combined Itwuh Appatal opanad on Ian. 13 with a qoal ol Sl.3S0.000. M i v i v. •. v t % i o M e> o o ft *. SA SCHCDU 11 %  • i • In I Inlivi i Ii "i r.nii/.ili'Hi rame H %  %  ei < %  i< ul in oti i mi linn in iin .11'.nn.'.ii Ion and railing upon him In repudiate Ihe ,i, i ii in aide, Mi Smiili. in I.-I..I mi: Hi..inn Semitic li-ii.-i bj Ml \ MI m defense "i Ihe Depart mi-ill .ii mi ..il of Mi I nl' nn k\ The anil Semll Ii %  > pect. "i Ihe all in % %  %  • i" hat %  been I iihl in pi. i.i.-iii I i lenhowei .itii-n 11, ,n \\ .lui il.n li\ I,. |,li I ll.il l ii.ilHHi.il i ,,nun. iinli i i.l III.Ii u i Ii w .II v.i. i .in who a '• i" -•'-' %  ilnTi. i,ii ui ni iinWhite II.HI % %  • in tinmorning I'hc mallei will .il %  I he ill in' il M il Ii '•• i I I'IJI \ "I \r i IIIHIIHII' ii'ii'.ii who agrei'd lo ,1 n In in. i ss iili II. III i I s. bull/ H. ii i,,nil • hull man "i i he bull I % %  u in.Hi,,n I i Hgue "I H H Ii %  nli and Hi II i niiiii ) |. i. in id. \ I 'I • >. • n live 'In %  %  Iiil I Ii. I .nlinn I, \ .i i I" mi' |.nl,li. In,, werl i • %  i\ In II I Ii. \g Hin I ii |i ii innm Miinoiini ,1 ll. u.i In I I "I III I M I : I. Ill, kl III III %  II Illl I III 11. ;,." I HI. ill imvroll l"i %  .'' anil l,.,,1 i. ivi 'l I" l.'ii Stuli !•' I... 11 i'i. nl I. ..i .HI, e mil) III \|'i il \ ,, I I. 'I'M .1 .11... ll. .H III. I Illl il Klali I IIIIM in I ok I •• I"ll ilereil "i "I Ihe Ii i ulliiral ecoi unn '• m Itn • l.i ii,hail in "i HI ad 'I in..m mlii .mi i.,n,l i. fm in in lapan I • 'inn i lei govel niiii'iii t, ... II |.|.,n Mi I ndejin 1.1 ("I" A .< I I .I" I' I I I I" ll" IIII i rfiction "i i n \. %  .'.' I'mi nt .Hui he n ul mi I) upplli .1 i,,i i ,,n I,I io I hal depai i menl Ii WM lh Agriculture I lepai i nn i I i. .II uni.yati m that (mind him .i lecurit) n > 'I iin Depai I mi nl ultui • defended lt ouatei b) pointing oul Hi,. I I .nli jnisk> had worked > an mliipreirr tol Aintnrg. the Bovlet trading orgaalxaUon, %  >< HWI n (lisnninled anil ( mnnninut arlnlrs he had written tn IV44 and IW43. averting that Mr LgdtJIlMSj'l father and three kitten were ali%e in KuMla at the time thotc articlei appeared, and hinted he might j have made a deal with the BguagggM leading him "to btUgajg in i mill) would II "i lie ii il nn .1 Hrlr.i mr 'In \ HI i. II. i Hi Minih i"iil new nn n iii H ii vi i II • rl.issi. I Inlettei .nil in p." i Kegrettahl) ill Ihrough iIi l.r.i iii \ i n "i I here M > i •pi m kliiiit "I Iin II Ian revolul ion H I. ii \ II urn %  pel ll i nng Inl" llir ISA l"i .i .\ Inm I qimll) i %  gi i II. iiil' a > Ihe I i Hi..: .i i ll\ li ii. "i H" • Iiilnni n IIwere loiind I 'In Kn i in lew Itn Inn Ii w iin i .Hin h. i. i tinning %  om i he I .II i i i rglim ni in hr i ma) iii, h \ "Inl II ni n II lui V< Illl II III I III III II I I" I'M'I I U ii Ii" l ,n in,. -I Ii How Ii ivelel III' i HHII i, I In n "i II in.I "I 11 nl "i ii"l ,,iil\ I" ll W 'In i 11 | ih, I '. \ bill i" Hi I I i % %  |l|l llllHllsl I illli |, i Imi ,,, III Illl 11N u I II | ill imi M III. Ii I In p|. • Im| liii|n i i.l • n n ni i i i mull heil in .ni mil i i. iii Iin llnsrii i" i iIn doni i • II good nple Mi i imi) i" n ,,i Inn p. i, iii I,ni I ,. i 11 "in In |, i i priil %  in i linn I lui i"i iin ,l "I I i %  inn i Helen Alpert Article In National Periodical iii ni i in ..I Hi, h I.I i • Monitit N*%ATin J n ; YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR ; ll HIARU NOW TWICI WIIKIV 41 I %  vary litnlsy f^*m I IO I. n > ,„ 4 I -~— • and • vm.r riiUay l,m I %  ^ jW J II. |l 11 \l|.l H M l>, i i i Kn mil In H I..i Ih.M.n. 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II II HI I •• i> II i in. ni | II i M bill "'I ll I< ii imblii In |i ll '• "i %  •" %  In in ii li" Ii "i Ii "I %  i \,,,i,.i \ HI hud I'"" • li -""I • il I.,, \iuloi ,ii.l I. nl willlell III ll 11 'Hi lll\ "ii li i |" W Mb \"ii"i il nli 11" %  %  i ill II I %  propli Illl i' li III III) li "in I li I Illl ll "I I" In (Oil | in Ml Vlll riled ii i i '• M li nti i H .1 iiil "I 1,1'. Ill I ll II Illl .1' I %  'I'i II i innVeielty tdlii In la moiiilioia nl Iho la Iin ni', • .• II nn i lln'"" win vi nn.. i m.i • i i MllO pii •!"' I*'l null ll 'I Iiini.Inn | || nn |i Illl' I kvllli li '••ill I "' 1.1. iiil • II lln I %  I I II I HI II li,. i III i nli | %  %  iblo by II III ill iiill III i I il,.I limli Hnyilaui I I n nl N ... I ..I || u.i. %  uni nl ijiiiiiiiill.inilh II lltiyiloil ., i. inn iii" in,11.n i K ind I W'lllli'iiu. M.iaa, i l|l |||lII I ,.,|ll %  i 1 ( tint i fit rti ri if /II/C;MI//I of ( ondilion RESOURCES COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES Commercial Loan. Safa Dapoiit Vault. Special Checlinij Account. Collection Department Coniumar Credit Dapf. Eicrow Department Commercial tanking Foraign Department • Savings Accounts i li aaa m ilO U T Ctih Qovarnmant Inndi Stata, County and Munlolp.l Bonili Othar londt I.d.r.l Ratarva lank Itaok Obllgallont rally Ouanntaad ly U. t. 0ornmrit loan* and Dliooantt Fully taourad %  utlnati and Othar loam Customer.' liability Lottora el Cr.dil Acorualt and Othar Ami. DEC 31. IK2 \ l.lnl.lll.al • .04I.tll.1l I, II 1,111. II o 14.0B0.0Q I, lit. 110.41 7.116.111.04 3.117,111.41 141.131.41 %  14,en.77 OEC 31.13 DEC II, 15M } I 0.041.011.00 11 1.014.111.10 0.114,101.II 11.111,011.01 4.101,001.01 1.114,III.•• • 1.000.00 0M00.00 It,000.0(1 40.000.00 I 1, 1IT, 140.41 4, til, 711.14 0.141.144.01 I I.III. 101.04 0.011,111.11 1.011,41111 lll.44l.ll 411.011.11 I0I.B14.1I I94.III.M TOTAL RISOUACIS LUIIUTIES Doaatlti LiHarael Credit Aooraali and Othar ll.bllli.ti Capital (Common tlook) Surplus. Undivided Profits and Rsisrvti Total Capital Fundi S11.4B1.IIB 71 140.l77.01l.il 151,417,111 11 Sll.510,041.11 141.17B.47 70,111.14 710.000.00 7ll.T4l.il 1,411,14111 111,181,414 41 S4I.41I.101.S3 Sll.44l.ll 411,01117 311,113.10 444,131.101 1.000,001.00 1,101.000.00! Ill.lll.il I.I3l.lll.il llll.SIMI 7,110,111.11 TOTAL LIABILITIES 111457 III Jl 141,177,011.11 141111111 OFFICERS and DIRECTORS P. J. SERRALLES THEODORE A. DAVIS, JR. Chaim.an "a laard EDUARDO MORALES J. M. GARCIA Pint V1a FVatldant Vlaa rVaaia'ail E. A. GERARD G. D. FAHRNER Vica Praaldanl Vi Praiidaal D. R. JACKSON JOHN L HALL An iii V,. Pratldanl AII ilail Vlea Pra*7aW< FRANCES P. LYONS A.i.ilaxl <"• %  •• Pratldea* W. C. PAYNE Vi.a •reaUJaa* and Cashier W. E. BOYD Vi. PraslaW C. H. MclNTIRE Auil.-I CwAlO 4 I '#r H. HARRY DENHAM A.. .'•-, C..k„ '. r n R %  *. t LI Jaliay. oinaTcroiis Caaaset GU/LtERMOCAIRIAA



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FWDAY. PAGE 4 A '• *ry FH4y •"• HP by • jf** nor*..• N. E &. **• "is 1 2t\JL%tJt Extern) .. K>lcliu mt*r J "•/*•'•*•, %  *? Sn •nd tn Je.*. Wwlcly. Mmt>r f th. J ""'**J[*Z' orap: A 9 e<-cy. S* Art. F.atur. Syd-cate. Wrw., Ni N.t...l E.t*H.. oe '*l n *"' lean Aw>c.*t^. of EtnMi-Jw.li Npe*'* Fio Pre.. Act'0. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor Case MM Yet Closed Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson would like us to believe that the Wolf Lcdejinslcy case is closedMr. Ladejinsky. who was Lred some two weeks ago from a Foreign Operations Aid post in Tokyo on the grounds that he is a security risk, now finds himself appointed by our government to go to Viet Nam. where he will be expected to institute a land reform program similar to the one for which he was resporaiha in Japan and which brought him the h:~ praise from Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Secretary Benson is apparently hiding behind the skirts of Secretary c: State Dulles who wee/ ted that he would find a new ton for Ladejinsky if the Department of Ar: culture did i tale the famed cgror.orr._s But this kind o. rr.cn does no one any aoodoontrarily, it zzs-s more Bghi en the : in the VS. security system. Ob-.-.:... .1 net have been c ed the "•'.-• Nam at .: he d:d not measure up ^ rigid tei niBy standards set down by our governm The ha waa z risk Bfl selenl dism.sso in fdpan are therefore iilti boat fotmdaV.'e can no* be brought la i ipparl Secretary Benson 's be the Ladejinsky case is now %  ansfactorily eonctaded. Any iecent-nunded A m e rican uari expert th:: our o;verr.menl v.... look into 'he reasons behind the -is~'.. Could Secretary Bensc. rrrtr.: —.=• s firing purely en mfl brail of z re .-:.Sea sent to .^e PnrmiUniinl cuhnrad ..-. which George N. V. e Russian who has apparently set hirnjell ur zz rcrnmittee oi one to pcl.re oat acariry program standards, charged that natural Amwirniii z: Baak mJ ew ish extraction are largely traftoo? it a i ngle craaa! phase in the Icy rose TMJ Other is a a one --' with equally crucial implications: F-—' %  • what are o__s:rndo:ds for measuring that nebulous th.no known os o security r.sAs we see it the Lo %  _= fen boa closed. Too much depend! -non a thorough excr; ilhonroini ramjf tions. ft Telephones 2-1141 — •• %  "_ During The Week.. .A. I SJ rt J< Mr. I isciilioucr's Appeal Mr. Eisen. ~?peal to Congress in ha State of the Union message for elimination of the inequitable provieione a the McCarronWa'.ter Immigration Act must be applauded by all fair-minded Americans who have been appalled by the discriminatory aspects of this peace of legislation since its passaae over former President Truman's veto some three years ago. At the same time, it must not be forqotlen that Mr. Eisenhower promised to deal with the nation's immigration law during his campaign for office in 1952 and that he has done little to implement his promise. Statistics on the Emergency Refugee Relief Act. which he pushed through Congress in 1953 as an imme'v motive to wide revision of the McCarranWalter abomination, show that it has not successfully bridged the hiatus between what is end what should be our policy in dealina with peaoaa who seek entrance into the United Ska ThePresic. "inly has been told by our leaders that the present American immigration law does great harm to this nation's prestiae .ad. Cies in the face of a traditional stand or. the influx of potential citizens here and aafcea a mockery of the famous lines by Emma Lcxarus engraved on the Statue of Liberty Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer this week remarked so eminent a personaLty as Prof. Albert tinstem might never have been able to seek exile and subsequent citizenhip in the United States were the McOarran-Walter Immigration Act m effect during the '30s. Althouah perhaps o naive remark on the face of it. Dr. Oppenheimer s observation nevertheless cogently demonstrates that current American imrniqraT< of ones abstracted attitudes. Mount So put,,, J of dedicated persons, represents a crowning 1 achievement p,, what were once the beginnings of the \er.ity. Founded in mid-Spring 1925. it dragged from the L_ centuriesold exile the image of a people's dream, nu.i. real) of *h' people's most secret ambition and brought boo • -to I a Jewish center of universal learning high in the sun proud, niclled by fear in it< future inquiry ibute to the Jewish Oestaft that its elerrpntaJ and thirty years ago included a universin i ur oni : DO uch requirement. Thus it was th • the Jj I birth to his soul even as he was sub-.-juentiji birth of hi national impulse. Whili t h world significantly ignored the • ring it to it< knees in global war. thi*p| r ,. incient heritage tlirough the foundins: ol a never cease to marvel at is the tact that Israsrii %  -. r.tul p->cholo;ical process. Hum^n th is a startling Imagine, Prosecuting Us Like Communists >lr. Item <'ii ll.-ilni We lake this opportunity of welcoming to -.: Beuven Daml Consul General of Israel. Mr rill be among the principal speakers zrial Gifts dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday evening at the Fonni hotel. Bern Li Yugoslavia, Mr. Dafni's career early brought him into intimate contact wil movement aimed at es in Palestine. He has been in c ; .;-.-.; ever since Mi [ career -eluded set hm d unng World War II. daring ex: pa^. toopers to save prisoners behind |] r.^ native country. When the time for the estabushmenl oi Israel was at hand. Mr. Dafni dire ;aies 0 the courageous activities of the Ho Such it the man who will address Miami Jewry on Sur.aay evening, along amed actor-producer Georoe Jessel and Rabb^ : Lehrman. Ten : ££gtt ^re3 Tho Optra Ikuild Grand opera comes to M: IJVend n this month and the rjeqiiiruna of rlu when the Greater Mior fcrJJ 6 ^' sent performances of ^BaTbS o ^t ^ lucia di I^mmermoor crt me Dade r ^ and Miami Beach Auditorrum, C Unty Arturo di Filippi. Guild director ha, >~ rendenng a notable service tP? n annual opera product ions TYL l^ 7lth his has me. and overcome are gre^, tK^ ^ nc level he has achieved ZT^ZlT famoi^s^ryTmemT ^ pohtan Oplra AsscSl^New t^ | are sure no opera lover will wanUol e *!' ^ne artists as Robert Merrill r miM such Nicolo Moscona and Grac"!la fc COB ^Dr. di Filippi and Miami's Opera r u best be appreciated bv bein^ ld ma y of da fine performances^ere ST l prusts. A worthwhUe musical iSSL" 9 Aese be assured. ex penence will THE WAR inn in Israel, following United Xati; Bt many strange developmemn the I Sol the leat among them was the virtual: • Mount Scopus. While the area in whichi the road leading up to th. hoolu ; b) Arab troops. I think find little precedent in the rhnickgl ingling out of a center of higher !• mingaii objective. But the fact remaini tat] i University area must be regarded a*: I have spoken often enough here about the ir Eastera world, Israel's dem.-cracyi to that area and the Arab leadership's fear of the cnii.hteuM uld be wasteful to repeat these observations. It seems clear, however, that this uniform characteristic: Arab nation—tear of the enlightenment process and it* effecti order—does make o! Mount Scopus a vital objective It If 'he re unable to get at their books and classrooms, u I that much longer from spreading concepts of kM and democrac) into the surrounding areas. the Hebrew University are perf rmingi : frustrating this Arab effort. With it m the organization has launched a campaii II Jerusalem, supplying it with a 'led library f..r its ever-expanding curriculum anil nate building of a Hebrew t ni. • r-ity meeting Israel's higher education needs. • ••••. "N THIS regard, the Greater Miami chapter of the organ Rubin, recently staged a reception -t the F: enan. vice president of Hebrew vience. Some 400 persons heard U tnbol of a soul lifting ideal—by Dr. H. Fr Dr. Homer Marsh, ol the University of Miami sequently. at a reception for him in the Miwil MrKubin. that Dr Evenari spoke to me .bout the] n '"< bottied-up Mount Scopus In cogent termhe doT • rcome the Mount Scopus handicap as i k%  Eastern cold war. He said that the lo,; %  ( %  Od accomplishment to replace Id he said that .uch duplication-so nece^n if f a kind of misfortune .th • • KU evident. Dr. Evenar. s urgt*L re emphatic. One i. here reminrtj VondCassius has a lean and hungry r* much, such men are dangerous." U for no „tner m rtinent because forces of reaction ex.r>whntl | our comfort ha. somewhat inured is. made-I JZ h,rM rn< <**l r intellectual endeavor. Foreaod ••.thereabout us In line wrlh gem ral hut ".ucces," Nation as essential to our "future' and • • • : BUT DR rSu i f h ^ h 0 Ukin ,h opportunity of tellingnt •" lundame, ,.,|\, un,,,n B 'he progress of his land evel he •"•! ;' t renascence. In thi.-een-e. I hope httle less comfortable, to break do*! 'T which other m. ""." and to "^ofcWue that educate; r men n other pUccs on this globe must struggle ''cult. n Th' (, w '!| he ;'*k he has s*t f„ r himself ought not bttjj oi the Book |a the kenning historically sff th.r,, rMn illon of Hebrew Unhreruty oa -hen desert aru. s^ were .^ 4 .hiTkennag ufl the 1 %  "our nHKlus vivradi. .name alone, give, good cause for this as* v|-.fv uZ he m a '"ngs of his name, end in a vert its or, ,~ •i PMc,ty M • •• ** fort' 1 l behn\a u nwhl1 'American Friends ol the ha out for himself ? l i min "• *" % % % %  <* ,bos< as hu school's and his country's