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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IE 29 Number 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1955
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\33 RECORD-BREAKING SUM REPORTED
\a\ Gifts bhtfler Attracts 600;
i-Giving is New CIA Keynote
rording-shattering $639,233
dged by an inspired inau-
?r audience of some 600
Sunday night to success-
sn the 1955 Combined Jew-
eal.
^official total will be swel-
stantially by several large
outstanding, Sam J. Hei-
impaign chairman, said.
d on by the inspired ad-
jf Israel Consul Reuven
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
George Jessel, contribu-
jounced many new increas-
lavish Font'ainebleau ho-
ll event Sunday night.
called the birth of Israel
(or historical event of the
itury and declared that Is-
ill not have survived with-
1 help of American Jewry.
jS'.atc of Israel flung open
I to 800,000 Jews from all
le world, and the country
in'.inue to keep its doors
any Jew seeking refuge as
the State of Israel exists,"
leclared.
Ite the presence of un-
neighbors on its borders,
i the face of boycotts and
"is, Israel's achievements in
seven years are nothing
a miracle, Dafni con
Fhe Arab nations have con-
harass Israel with gueril-
Dcal, economic, diplomatic
Fchological warfareall this
lace of the United Nations'
linns to lift their blockade
rmit Israel to go forward in
knd freedom.
1 urged continued support
infant democracy which
fas a beacon of freedom in
Iddle East.
^aid that the City of Miami
first community in the Unit-
ies to begin the 1955 drive
Ids allocated to saving lives
is and suggested that the
Florida communities adopt
|r campaign slogan: "As Mi-
es, so goes the nation."
Weinkje, chairman of the
inaugural dinner, introduced show-
man George Jessel, who made a
special flying trip frm Hollywood
to appear at the traditional initial
gifts function.
The veteran personality of stage,
screen and radio and who is also
one of the country's most active
humanitarian leaders, has been in-
strumental in raising thirty-mil-
lion dollars for Israel and other
philanthropic causes through his
public appearances throughout the
United States.
Not only Israel but also national
and local institutions receive funds
from the Combined Jewish Appeal,
it was pointed out by Rabbi Lehr-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El.
Rabbi Lehrman described his re-
cent visit to Israel with Mrs. Lehr-
man as a member of the United
Jewish Appeal Study Mission. He
pointed up the serious tensions
arising in North Africa, especially
Continued on Page 3 A
Eisenhower Tells Press Conference
New Ladejinsky Appointment May
Be Stassen's Mistake in Judgment
Surprises Newsmen With Failure
To Understand Agronomist's Case
WASHINGTON (JTA)Remarks question of the security program,
by President Eisenhower last week The New York Times said that
in response to questions at his "President Eisenhower's comments
press conference on the Wolf Lade- at his press conference about
jinsky case were considered here the Federal employe security pro-
to have beclouded the issue further | gram in general and the Ladejin-
and to have had an adverse effect ; sky case in particular have only
on the Russian-born Jewish agron- J compounded the confusion already
omist. I existing in the public mind and,
Ladejinsky, former U.S. agricul- ]so *ar as we can see, within the
tural attache in Tokyo, where he Government itself. Never has
was given credit for the major land 'here been a greater need than now
reform program, was fired as a fr a thoroughgoing examination
security risk when that job came of lne whole program." The Times
under the Department of Agricul- editorial supported the idea of a
Gtii. Mosht Doyen
. demands return of Joldien
Civilians Evacuated as Syrian
Troops Concentrate on Border
lent Briefs Eric
tton Before Envoy's
rture for Near East
5HINGTON (JTA) Presi-
isenhower save final instruc-
ay to his special envoy
Johnston who will leave by
Jan. 23 for Israel in pursuit
^ional water cooperation be-
thc Arab state and Israel.
Johnston, who reported to
esident at the White House,
liat he will spend a week in
[before proceeding to the Ar-
ies. He will confer with Is-
jthorities on the morning of
From Israel he will go to
and from there to Jordan.
Ext stops will be Lebanon,
|!yria.
(chances for success, said Mr.
Ion, were "about the same."
Id his attitude on departure
of "restrained optimism"
at there is "some reason for
tope." He stressed that he
his best to bring about an
lent although he said he may
able to do it on this trip.
his third visit to the Near
this mission.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Major re-
inforcements of Syrian troops are
being poured into the Syrian po-
sitions along the Jordan River op-
posite Israel, it was reported late
Wednesday. The Syrian troop con-
centrations were seen as a reply
to Israel charges that five brad
soldiers capture and held by the
Syrians since early last December
had not been treated in accord-
ance with the terms of the Geneva
Convention on treatment of pris-
oners of war, and to the Israel de-
mand for an investigation of the
charges.
The reports said that civilians on
the Syrian side of the demilitarized
area had been evacuated. Syrian
sentries were reported to be stop-
ping even United Nations cars in
the area and checking the person-
nel in them.
The Israel charges were filed
last weekend with the Israel-Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission,
which was asked to undertake an
immediate investigation into the
condition of the prisoners and to
hold an emergency meeting after
the inquiry. It was noted that
keeping these men in a prison was
a violation of the convention, as
was keeping them in solitary con-
finement. It is believed here that
Pvt. Uri Han, one of the five, who
committed suicide in a Damascus
prison last week, did so because he
was kept in solitary confinement.
Rrig. Moshe Dayan, Israel's Chief
of Staff, in eulogizing Pvt. Han.
said that the Army cannot assure
the life of its soldiers, but with
soldiers the life of the state and
army was assured. Shortly after
the body of the young soldier was
returned to Israel a post mortem
examination was performed at the
Tel Hashomer hospital. The funer-
al procession left the hospital in
a large convoy, preceded by Army
dispatch riders.
Brig. Dayan has demanded of the
United Nations chairman of the
Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission that the remaining four
soldiers be informed of Han's fate,
and that all of them be released at
Continued on Page 14 A
ture from the Department of State.
An anti-Semitic issue figured in
the developments. The State De-
partment had cleared him. Follow-
ing intercession by the White
House staff, the Foreign Opera-
tions Administration named Lade-
jinsky to a "sensitive" post in
Vietnam.
The President surprised his
press conference by declaring that
Ladejinsky's clearance for the new
post with the FOA was entirely the
responsibility of FOA director Har
old Stassen. and that if it should
prove to be an error. Mr. Stassen
would have committed that error.
The President said he had not
reached any personal judgment in
the case, and said that the whole
affair was a case where honest men
might legitimately reach differing
conclusions. Secretary of Agricul-
ture Ezra Taft Benson still thinks
Ladejinsky is a security risk, de-
spite his clearance by both the
State Department and the Foreign
Operations Administration.
Reaction to the President's state-
ment concentrated on the whole
Will Not Pass Ships Through Canal
Egypt A3ain Defies UN
Decision on Suez Canal
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) j the Council guaranteeing freedom
Egypt this week defied the Secur- of passage through the waterway, i
nonpartisan commission to exam-
ine the question, a proposal which
President Eisenhower has already
rejected.
The New York Post, in a strong-
ly worded editorial, accused the
President of abdicating "responsi-
bility for the conduct of the gov-
ernment he heads." The Post com-
mented: "At a news conference
he (Eisenhower) blandly refuses to
pass judgment on the case of Wolf
Ladejinsky, the man so scurrilous-
ly crucified by the Agriculture De-
partment and then rescued by Har-
old Stassen. That's Stassen's boy,
says Ike; if he doesn't turn out all
right that's Stassen's headache.
Once again the President misses
his chance-to speak up for the most
elementary decencies. Once again,
by moral cowardice, he helps to
push around a relatively defense-
less human being. Once again, he
abdicates responsibility for the
conduct of the government he
heads."
The Daily Mirror in an editorial
on what it termed "The Ladejinsky
Confusion," said that the President
had evidently not been properly
briefed by those whose duty it was
to do so and that he had been
"forced into a corner where he had
to condemn either Benson or Dul-
les."
ity Council by refusing to allow
freedom of passage for Israel ships
through the Suez Canal. After sev-
en members of the Council in-
cluding all the major Western
Powers had re-affirmed their
support of the 1951 resolution of
Herut Motion Rejected as Parliament
Gives Cabinet Vote of Full Confidence
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Israel
Government won a confidence vote
in Parliament late Tuesday after
the rightwing Herut attacked it and
introduced a motion of non-confi-
dence. The vote upholding the
Sharett Government was 66 for,
seven against and 12 abstentions.
The leftist Mapam and Achdut
Avodah parties and the commu-
nists abstained.
The Herut charged that the gov-
ernment was maintaining a "de-
featist" policy, retreating on such
political issues as the Bat Galim
case and the Syrian eapture and
detention of five Israel soldiers.
During the debate, the parties
which later abstained explained
that they would not vote with the
Herut because they opposed it, al-
though they did not approve of the
government policies.
Omar Loufti, head of the Egyp-:
tian delegation, insisted the Egypt
will interpret regulations regard-
ing the Suez Canal as it sees fit.
Sir Leslie Knox Munro, of New'
Zealand, president of the Council,
told Egypt that it is inconceivable
thai Israel ships or crews would
ever try to sabotage the Canal.
Mr. Loufti made such an accusa-
tion at the last meeting #of the
Council on Jan. 4. But after'Munro
had called such suspicions ground-
less', Mr. Loufti insisted that Israel
sailors might mine the Canal, scut-
tle a ship to block it. send "ter-
rorists" into Egyptian territory, or
otherwise use the Canal for "sabo-
tage or espionage."
Regarding the Israel vessel Bat
Galim, seized by Egypt, the Egyp-
tian delegate told the Council that It Hit UN
tions here to his special envoy leeks
with Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of {nctrt Stag*
staff of the United Nations truce Editorial
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*Jen1st ncrkUan
PAGE 3 A
is Giving' New Keynote Sounded At CJA Gift Dinner
Htts Dinner
1639,233
iued from Page 1 A
ind Morocco whore anti-
cidents have threatened
|ty of Jews in these cities.
men, women and chil-
these areas now seek
[Israel. "We shall not rest
Can supply the magic car-
[will take these people to
ere they can build and
[new and positive life in
ad freedom," he said.
an of the evening was
J. Myers, pioneer founder
eater Miami Jewish Fed-
id its current president,
lie local parent organiza-
iprising more than 60
fhich annually conducts
bincd Jewish Appeal drive.
[Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
J, delivered the invocation,
bi Leon Kronish, of Tim-.
^Sholom, gave the beneoic-
limately 3,000 volunteer
[expect to complete their
ting programs throughout
inty in a swift moving
py campaign, said HeisJJp.
some of the promi*nt
institutions included in
are the Joint Defense Ap-
piti Defamation League and
rican Jewish Committee),
i, Jewish War Veterans,
Women and American
ingress.
a total of 55 local, na-
itl overseas agencies are
in this year's campaign.
en's Division
Calendar
Jar of campaign events of
bined Jewish Appeal -Worn-
sion was announced this
division chairman Mrs.
Simonhoff.
onhoff urged members
ittees to attend advance
meetings to insure suc-
ke fund raising events to
Tuesday, 10 a.m., first
ral Gables Pace-Setters
meeting at the home of
lis E. Goldman, 6501 Gra-
?d.
t, Wednesday, 10 a.m., ex-
[ committee meeting at Fed-
i board room.
U, Monday, 10 a.m., first
fa committee meeting and
It home of Mrs. Aaron Farr,
th ter.
24, Monday, 2 p.m., 1955
Dmmittee meeting at home
Moe Feingold, 89 Bay
dr.
[25. Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., sec-
lami-Coral Gables Pace-Set-
jmmittee meeting at home
Stanley C. Myers, 620 Gra-
blvd.
[26, Wednesday, 10 a.m., sec-
it ron's Tea committee meet-
| Federation board room.
27, Thursday, 10:30 a.m.,
ence of Jewish Women's Or-
tions at Algiers hotel, Com-
[Jewish Appeal program until
1, Monday, 1:30 p.m., Pa-
i Tea at home of Mrs. Jacob
426 West Rivo Alto dr.
Liquor Divisions
Meetings Here
Ikers' meetings In the Food
Iquor Divisions of the Com-
jjewish Appeal will be held
Peak, according to campaign
Sam J. Ilciman.
members of the Food Divi-
keaded by Bernard Stevens,
pet on Monday evening, Jan.
the home of Sam Badanes,
21st rd. A second work-
leeting has been called by
ftldman and Jay Weiss, co-
Ben of the Liquor Division.
up will convene for lunch-
Thursday, Jan. 27, at Edith
its restaurant, 3236 North
Avenue.
CombinedJewish Appeal inaugural dinner opens 1955 campaign with a record outpouring of $639,233 by 600 guests at the
Fontainebleau hotel Shown below (left to right) are Dr. Joseph Narot, Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mr. Kanner. Reuve.n Dafni, Mrs.
wTh m,?*r ,' J?8- ?,,anl7 CLYeia' Cerae 'e88el- Stanley C. Myers. Above at rostrum is Sam J. Heiman. Others are
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wemkle, Mrs. Heiman, Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Lehrman and Mrs. Ben-
CJA Trade Group Opens Drive Here
First of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Trades Divisions to get un-
der **T jn the^current campaign
will be the Retail Merchants Group,
headed by chairman Aaron Kra-
vitz.
A men's social evening will be
held on Thursday evening, Jan. 27,
in the Rustic room at Chuck's res-
taurant to launch concerted action
in four trades groups. These in-
clude furniture, electrical appli-
ances and utilities, jewelry and
paints and hardware.
Serving as co-chairman with Kra-
vitz will be his partner, William
Weintraub, who is assisting in mo-
bilization of volunteers in the big
trades unit.
Campaign chairman Sam J. Hei-
man who, in former years headed
the giant CJA Trades Division, will
address the Retail Merchants
Group. Other community notables
will also appear on the program.
Division leaders assisting in the
early organization plans are Furni-
ture, William Gladstone and Sam
Lubin; Jewelry, Jacob Rabinowitz;
Electrical Appliances and Utilities,
Larry Friedland and Barry Geiser-
nian; Paints and Hardware, Mac
Lubin, chairman, Al Sherman and
William Hechler.
A corps of key workers in the
Miami Retail Merchants Group has
been appointed by Kravitz to map
coverage of all business areas in
CJA Planners to Meet
John Serbin, chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Manufac-
turing and Professional Division,
will meet with a group of commu-
nity leaders at the Westview Coun-
try Club on Thursday evening, Jan.
27.
Dade County. These include Her-
bert Blate. George Rosenfield, Mil-
ton Friedman, Irving Saal, Fred
Sandier, William Spirer, Charles
Stahl, Theodore Goldstein, Julius
Sperling, Ben Clein, Mortie Beder-
man, Sid Haskoe, Jack Schwartz,
Jack Daner, Charles Spiegel, Al
Weiss, Oscar Zeltzer, Bernard Lieb-
erman and Mortie Nash.
Farband Musical Cavalcade
Slated for Miami Beach
High School January 30
Farband, Labor Zionist Order,
will present a concert at Miami
Beach High School on Sunday eve-
ning, Jan. 30.
Entitled "Sweet Land of Liber-
ty," the concert will include a cav-
alcade in ten scenes of 300 years
of Jewish life in America. Script
is by Mark Schweid.
Starring will be Ben Bonus, Min-
na Bern, Michel Gibson, Yudel Du-
binsky and Israel pianist Shmuel
Fershko.
Bonus has appeared in theaters
throughout the U.S. and Canada in
a repetoire of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs. Star of the "Li La Lo" the-
ater in Israel, Miss Bern is noted
for her pantomime act.
Gibson is a leading player In the
Yiddish Art Theater, and Dubinsky
has appeared in numerous produc-
tions under Morris Schwartz.
Fershko, composed of the music
in "Sweet Land of Liberty," has
written numerous songs, many of
them popular in the U.S.
Gov. Collins Names
Rabbi Lehrman to Board
Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins Mon-
day appointed Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man to the district public welfare
board.
Civic leaders throughout Dade
County hailed the appointment to
the board of the Temple Emanu-El
spiritual leader.
Rabbi Lehrman is president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation and has recently toured
Israel as a member of a UJA mis-
sion.
The district welfare board here
is composed of 22 members.
Rabbi Swirsky in Talk
Jewish inquiry forum sponsored
by Beth El Academy will meet on
Tuesday evening, Jan. 25, in Ye-
shiva Hall, 500 SW 17th ave. Dr.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will speak
on 'The Jewish Concept of God."
Question and answer period will
follow. Chairman of the forum is
Henry Weiss.
Library Features Books,
Exhibits on Photography
During the month of January
the Miami Public Library is featur-
ing books, displays and programs
on photography at the main library
and its six branches, Dr. Frank B.
Sessa, director of the Miami Pub-
lic Library, announced.
The program has been prepared
to help amateurs of all kinds and
ages to learn how to become bet-
ter photographers with the aid of
books and other printed materials,
as well as to provide information
for those interested in preparing
for a career in photography.
Don Cossack Chorus Due
For Single Performance
At Dade Auditorium
Gen. Platoff's Don Cossack Chor
us and Dancers will appear at the
Dade County Auditorium on Satin
day evening, Feb. 5, at the Dade
County Auditorium.
The one-night appearance of the
world-renowned musical organiza
tion is under the sponsorship of the
St. Kn. Vladimir Church, Miami.
Don Cossack Chorus has travel
ed on a total of 107 different ocean
lines and visited 65 countries since
its formation 16 years ago.
The RCA recording star choru^
has also performed some 250 USO
concerts for servicemen in the Fai
East and U.S.
In a recent New York Times re
view, Don Cossack Chorus was call
ed "among the best choral group-
now to be heard in our concer
halls."
Psychiatrist Scheduled
Dr. A. Lester Stepner will be
guest of the Miami Beach Recrea
tion Department Discussion Groin
on Friday evening, Feb. 4. He wil
discuss "Case Book of a Psychia
trist" at the Community Center
2100 Washington ave.
Teen Age Camp Planned
Greater Miami Jewish Commu
nity Center this week revealed
plans for a teen age camp weekend
Feb. 18, 19 and 20 at Camp Wa
hassah, Naranja, Fla. The camp b
open to youth members of teen age
clubs sponsored by the Center.
Planning the Patron's Tea on Jan. 31 in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal are (stanaing lert to right) the Mesdames
George Goldberg, Gabriel Heatter, Sam J. Heiman, Clem Mye rson. Robert Gould, Louis Glasser, Sam J. Halperin, Samuel
N. Friedland, Leo GemgroM, Joseph Lipton, Samuel Rost, Leon Jacobs. Seated are the Mesdames Samuel Lipton, Samuel
Simonhoff. 1955 CJA chairman. Jack A. Ablin, 1955 Patron's Tea chairman, Irving Lehrman, year-round Women's Division
chairman, David Phillips and Oida C. Rubin.



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When on c:r-r.j:c-..c- err. bring together men
of eucfa divene opinion no lewnds the cm L=;
lunq, Mordecai Kapkrn Maurice Samoel Theo-
dora Gc=te: and athen .= .-.--: tribu-
tions to lewish living zz.i z^mocracy (hat t.-d
LrJe parallel eleewhera.
Apparently the delitqfiora :: these men
have cc~_-. y.e! :cr E r.z. 5 .-.- --.v.-
plans to poneof popular tranelationa z: z-.^z:
books of Jewish :.:e:r:u7e ond publish them in
expensive editions in boom di
ttoiongl world
We often lai] tc reahra h
roty _s ..-. the deveiopn; trican Fu-
dais. We eve thai oom-
munity on c recoanize the vast

"d Fev.-yy -h.-0-johout tl-.e :v:= Z .
the=e stores :--3.
tent
W;th reyr-d to the forme- Hr
m.nds America ad large that ben can be no
cr-^' and
the pturahem of -he Jewosh community
p.-crr.o-e Phnahem of cc paean
anarchy. It means the demo: f dif-
ference oi opinion z-.z d.i:erero-
worsh.p and B i adE .-.:- s ad itfoai pro-
oaams d on these puimiees
. W- :.'s deci-
rpenahre editions of cre^t
Jew : P B*t* the rireeaiiiii
neec -c--1 peonle
nan
?rcr d re-
S3e' Ibia latest -ove will
Ciso serve to strwaal ---..
tion in which they flourish.

Samuel I-ritMllatni
load evening ... the Di
L.oo hotel Sues* :;:::;:
r^jce.ite.- chanceUoi : th
cal Seminary of America.
'': Friedkmd .= now in his si os
preskl pie Emanu-D 1
er.-ro o: since the Temple I si
denM qos a :e.-.
ter o: ducction and a
i congregation oembei
E '.'.: Friec ...
yor.o Temple Error I. ; the
community As or. sustcn
and ....: leader b
in o host :: o:oo-j:ot.:- =
H^ interesta extend
- or-.v.-y :::. u Ml
(nbuuona tc the work a the Greater '
Jewish Federation is:
bounty Communiry
Theological Se
gion
Along with the congregation : :
-"="- o'on
^ occasion of the bm ... 5...
coy eve.
During The Week .. .a. i s*e J
'lklus-(.iviiit>' ki'vnoic
aay evening in
e commu
rKs nHutb U
ne j
'*-.
-..-. azive r..
numb
saoxe
ved.
ScTmHi
slogc-
wide
meet I
outpouring of g.rs S.:.-
Funcs .
a host of -
ami and aooss A
less poi
B, LEO MINOLIN
INI

tisl GIFTS feswtioes <* the Combined Jewi.fc
ndsj' nisht s at the Fontaii^b j how-
.mrthing aMre than sobrr abo| tlaiaw
-. historic sense. I uipp- ''**e2
lo ten be oppreaawe aaaaerul >v!itp^
prrvaded even his hunv r .. mstw
j and ?a%e a record-breakin< surr. < K3s|
- -.-trating observations made at th> I j\ ^1
braeri Consul General. Tbc fa -ty^(3
t hcn. reimiertex. Mr I>*ini ntej
age It was at i ht ni|
.-. what woold sens be aarari ***,]
e imeree and found its motivatir. ;i|J
pdtioe on the part ol the Gt-t
t-oing This sort ol born
with grievous mbs which
it astama) sharp d
Mr Datau's ditmet!on. I mu-'
me >( the egregious obsen.-
: i..t hu blrtbery cor :
.a! hentase and who. on occ*
11 one and the same.
- eoaetaaM and careful ref -
up a kind of stimulating .
- fail eawjge to the ssserr
reckoned permit-
tahllafe a simattaneity of :
: so interdependence among u-

.;ti|
kaajj
-> rf
brtwn
aa r.
raaa maal
' .'u..a|
we, iaut|
*e to-njl
I .r>L-|
im|
4 is tail
-< *i
RETHREADING THE cour^o of history. Mr. Dafn; H bj|
between Israel and th- b suta]
\rab defeat on the battlefield u reaeat|
for cessation of the vtual
: the I nited Nations deci- to parti-l
vast >->o to forget this fact he sats.]
propagandists method emp!
- tin Ji>h State in the po>r-
Iga intruder in a ceographu
me of the major Arab nai as wtnl
I decades nf the twentieth eentuo State Department has politely de-<- I i-a|
: public opinion than the Nee Yorfcl
is t>een guilty of soccumbins I 'au solas'I
ag it The Christmas 1954 earl) man-l
- tamed a Page 1 story of an Israeli attai
- in Bethlehem, while the Apr.. 4. 19M,
; jtch. also en Page 1. in ebica it ra
.'ell upon a Jordanian village a.-.d wosM]
re they not repelled
I even the most sympatnet
r ar.ti Israel attitudes. < I rurgr
Neither account. Mr. Dafni
But the most significant enter- off 1
ilia of the United Nati< r- V.r Dtai I
ialiai incident was a case hi potnt warn
aa international decision on the Sua I'ai
ihe Araba are currently carrying out agarr. (er even a single day were r. reeled a"
rged
the fact that "the Christur a rid SB J
: Jewaah nationalism." amfirr [ tout
.-. the last volume of his eerM history
Dtioni to the Zionist movemer.i and arke |
and purpose of a renascent Israel Mr Data
e vhould have done were there peace Mr
> will record that the rebirth f Isnrl
.mrnt of the twentieth centur;. '

EARLIER ELABORATING on precisely what has been dose, Ri^
j 1U spiritual leader, recounted his re
the Jewish State as a member of I
me that Rabbi Lehrman perforsH
service during the course of his remark' !*
I of agency needs m the Greater ^
y regarded as secondars specially "
the urgent necessity of assurnsjan
I ndep,ndence of Israel for spiritual andM-i
nd hile one is eessek > *
- the fund ra.sing relation*!-- ; betae*
uonal UA. a is noneth.!. <&*\
i-oh. loyally -sofl-pedallf.1 :.o U I
Pretends that the? ar, >
the mx local Federation .ffilute arflH
m the CJA dnve th ^'
<-cl.rihcat.on of the complex that at th. GreaW
mpha*ued the goals of
i
be Sunday evening dinner ia|
included among them an extrernel> .-.terestiajj
be often diffident nature of our >outt-
' ':'> .th Jewish affair., their emrerraw-J
t parenu ways, their distaste for the YiuJaJ
cruc.olemwluehwlorS.:.^
':" Eur.nean orld-tbe ctmsedian m..t. r. PK
ring on which was graved the f
wear this ring at the last dinner |>*J
Truman ,n the White House. I have n < > ^J
, ; l, r the present Administn.',* *
, n -11 the espected sound and fury of1|
mum, i (en
" '-boa H,|i|
>w managed |
A pp. il |
hemsT
bbi hL JSL* Peculiar reticence on the part of fT
rtomakeasimum-obsenatioa.*
- Irne the point sharply home jurJJ
APP- al campaign must be particularly u. .-^Z
le II,.,,.. i______^_ j:____.. fnr "

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?AY. JANUARY 21. 1955
few*# norlcilan
PAGE 5 A
ambam Festival on in Israel
it'SAI.EM (JTA)'Rambam
which marks the 750th an-
Jpry je Ben Maimon, the medieval
Jh philosopher and scientist
^known as Maimonides, was
fd here at the Rabbi Kook In-
this week.
Imonidcs, whose initials make
j name Kambam under which
[known in literature, was born
Peiser, Ruby
?cted to Board
, Kurt Peis'er an d Samuel
were unanimously dieted to
pard of director! of the Dania
;>t the bank's annual stock-
[]-' meeting.
y. Peiser is assistant chairman
m board of Food Fair Stores,
and former vice president of
ersity of Pensylvania. Ruby, a
sr resident of Miami Beach, i-
kii.ijo industrialist and one of
irgest Chevrolet dealers in the
td States
|o Robinson, vice chairman of
nard of the Dania Rank, an-
iced the election of Ruby and
r after the stockholders'
\in'A Friday-night.
>shannah Girls Nam?
fcl Abrams President
roi Abranu was Installed pree-
oiihe newly formed Sho- (
bah B'nai B'rith Girls at re-
ceremonlea in Ramon's res-1
mi.
pey Adler, director of Flor-
toutli groups, acted as instal-
foffircr
hers assuming posts were
Ine Clein, vice president;
Seine Zipperson, secretary; Joy
low, treasurer; Janet Rosen-
chaplain; Susie Kopp, ser-
It-at-arms; Lauretta Kaufman,
lamentarian; and Mickie Brett,
ter.
fier. members of the group are
|a Serotta, Beverly Rolans.
Ahearn. Joan Bloom, fris
Brm.tn, Sandy Alexander and
fSnssman.
rt Association Seeks
lunteer Workers
nil Walker, chairman of the
hi of the Heart Association of
iter Miami, this week issued a
Itywide call for volunteers to
st in the 1955 Heart Fund drive
Bg the month of February.
rer released the call for volun-
^s trom the Heart Fund head
Mers at 1550 NE 2nd ave.
Volunteer workers can join the
Ipaign by calling Mrs. Ruth
lard at Heart Fund headquar-
Irs Bernard is serving as vice
firman of Heart Sunday with A'
mi serving as chairman of the
rial Sunday collection program
[Feb. 20.
In 1135 in Cordoba. Spain, and died
in 1204 in Egypt. A few years after
his death, his remains were trans-
ferred from Egypt to Palestine and
reinteired near Tiberias, where nil
I tomb h.is n-mamed a shrine for
generations of Jews.
Pin lent at the ceremonies were
President Itzhak Bcn-Zvi, Chief
Rabbi Isaac Herzog. members of
the Cabinet, scientists and cultural
loader*. A special pilgrimage was
made to the tomb of the Rambam
in Tiberius last Sunday
The observance of the anniver-
sary i- sponsored jointly by the
Rabbi Kook Ins'itute. a religious
j educational center, and the Minis-
Jtry of Religion. The latter i. ap-
propriating 80.000 pounds for the
, observance of the anniversary. 50,-
000 pounds of which has been set
aside for the rebuilding of the
[tomb in which the remains of the
world-famed Jewi-.li thinker He.
The national observance start at Tiberias Sunday night when the
[greatest experts on the Rambam
lectured on the significance of Us
work in the fields of theology, phil-
osophy and science. It is expected
that this lecture will be succeeded
by some 2,600 other talks on the
Rambam during the commemora-
five year To further stimulate In-
terest in the Rambam. the Ministry
of Religion has offered special
prizes for outstanding work by
students of the Rambam.
Last of 'Tweenage'
Dances on Saturday
Last in the present series of
cenage" dance and social graces
pnitfr^m. jointly sponsored by
i flonsjWtnti.'n u\A the
Miami Jewish1 Community
1 Center will be held on Saturday
I ning, Jan. 22. at Beth David.
The group is composed of 11 and
j 12-year-old children whose par-
are members of Beth David
or of the (enter. Serving as Ites-
fcsjtfSvill be Mrs. Jack Topp< 1 I
Harry AjBgust.
Serving oii]ic relationship com-
mittee for Beth David are Herbert | Farm School in Raanana. Israel, investigate the secrets of
!\SCh'. *"an. f'dney j ^ chemistry in recentl estobii3hed laboratories. Their
Lefcourt. Max Jacobson, Harold | .. .. ,, ,
nHU Mrs. Rose SchreideU. I S'Ud'eS I,ght ^e way for Israel s future.
Students cf the Bar Ilcn Memoricl School and Vocational
Center, pail cf the Betsifl GotsfelJ Children's Village and
>th David Men to Hear
>od Bank Report
leeting of Beth David Men's
jlti will be held on Tuesday e ve-
il, Jan 25, announced Max Ja-
Iton, president.
It-port by Charles Spingarn,
[id bank chairman, will be made
[the results of "Blood Donor
y" held recently, when over 75
its of blood was collected to
iblish blood accounts at Mt.
|ai Hospital and Dade County
3d Bank.
uest for the evening will be
rhe Carlyle, humorist.
im at Gables
[What Shjuld be Jewish About a
Hah Child" will be the subject
hhe Tuesday Adult Forum" on
V 25 of the Coral Gables Jewish
liter Louis Schwartzman, direc-
l of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
, and Mrs. Jack Honig. Hebrew
lemy faculty member, will be
rst speaker. Panel will include
|>bi Morris Skop. Louis Kisner
Mike Baskin, chairman of the
lit Institute at the Center.
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PAGE 6 A
Mrs. Weintraub
Reveals Mother
March Plans
Cor
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P5 Red Feather Drive
Approaches Goal

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Shers to Host Party
Fcr Israel Trustees
_________FRIDAY. JANUARY!
Zionists to Meet ,n* i :be r,,,"^
mm, f f^|l*M i
^^.B. .-,11 be the *!** H Le will read -
- rheon of trw rfWt
Urael Zioni>t Di*-i week's news fn>m ir4|

Yiddish-American Vodvil
IS COMING BACK TO THi MIAMI BiACH CAMEO
NEXT WEDNESDAY
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Stringiellow Addresses
ft. lauderdc/e Conjrega.'ion

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be atomic age (
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(tic qrittm c :
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benefits from the
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We ir. .\menca recognize God
Gnat Anktted i ta
\-erse." he said
Rabbi Marius Ranson conducted
the sen ice and introduced Mr
WilaAfaltw
; Miami Beach High School ;
1420 Drtitl toM
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January 30th, 8:30 p.m. |
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Saturday, February 5, 1955 1:30 pjn.
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INUARY 21. 1955
-Jewish fUrldkwi
PAGE 7 A
rnational Bond Meeting Due
pig civic and commu-
in Jewish comrmimili-
the free world will at-
Itemational Mobilization
for Israel Bonds to be
Hotel Fontainebleau in
ich on Saturday eve-
[29. and Sunday, Jan. 30,
announced by the State
|ond Organization,
ping in the two-day con-
tiich is being called to
)bilization of economic
Jr Israel through the sale
{Development Bonds in
be key Jewish leaders
und South America and
Among these per-
he Simon Feldman.
(Irover, chairman of
pal Committee for Israel
Canada; Adolfo Kates,
f the Israel Bond drive
tto il Heim, leading
the Switzerland Com-
I Israel Bonds; Paul Phil-
ed States, Julian B Venetky, chair-
man of its executive committee,
and Henry Montor, chief executive
officer, will be among principal
speakers.
With Israel Development Bonds
now being offered for sale in 27
countries throughout the free
world, delegates to the conference
are expected to give special atten-
tion to the reenrollment in 1955 of
Trustees. Guardians of Israel and
National Sponsors and to the en-
listment of new members in these
groups. Those who purchase $10,-
000 in Israel Development Bonds
each year are eligible to become
Trustees. Those who purchase $1,-
000 eucb year are eligible to be-
for Israel Bonds in .M^^uow Guardians of Israel, while
women who purchase $1,000 each
year become National Sponsors.
The State of Israel Development
Bond Issue provides the invest-
ment capital for Israel's historic
program of economic development.
Funds derived through the sale of
irman for Israel Bon{|4*J0pel Bonds are making possible
and Eduard Spier, The growth of industry and agricul-
Holland's Israel Bond ture, the expansion of irrigation,
the construction of roads, harbors
and railways, the increase of elec-
tric power and the exploitation of
natural resources.
Olympia Heights Center
To Install George Gordon
dearie Gordon, of 8430 SW 44th
st., will be installed president of
the Olympia Heights Jewish Cen-
ter on Saturday evening, Jan. 22,
at his home.
Other officer! 1" assume posts
include Seymour Matz, recording
secretary; Mrs Victoria La.sky. cor-
responding secretary; Marvin Bur-
lin. treasurer.
Mrs. Koselyn Drec.se, financial
secretary; Ralph Weclisler, three-
year trustee; Jack Rifkin, two-year
trustee; and Al Silverman, one-year
trustee.
piorable Joseph Kessary,
jnisler to Mexico and
Lmerica, will represent
if Israel at the Confer-
por Alben W. Barkley,,or
former vice president
I States. Samuel Roth
>n.il chairman of the Is
I Organization in the l)nit-
Teen Age Breakfast
Teen Age Breakfast of the North
Shore Jewish Center will be held
Sunday morning, Jan. 23.
M Seville' features
jlitan Opera Stars
ku'-' mil mi: Metropolitan
fcociation stars as Eugene
BtolHTt Merrill, Graciela
oeola Moscona, Dolores
Inn Frank Giarrera will
i Monday evening, Jan.
performance of "The Bar-
I\ i ] at the Miami Beach
1m
Hduction is presented *y
kei Miami Opera Guild,
Mb di Fillipi. director.
FJiippi this week said
t Beach performance "is
-"ti> be the greatest pro-
i r realized by the Opera
thai the organiza-
t has already gone over
hi. k and that "no ex-
spared to assure a
i ning al the opera Jan.
HBuild spokesmen have re-
Hat a box at Miami Beach
Hni la being reserved for
l.nold Shapiro. who-e
Bill be the Shah of Iran
Queen and that "there is
Bpoibility they may al-
ien out Rossini opera. Dr.
m\ indicated, is a world
k'orite and has received
productions in European
trican opera houses. The
Jtan Opera cast has been
radio, television and in
performances.
are available at Miami
ho and Sak's Fifth Ave-
JWV Commander Demands
Explanation of Catholic
Leader's McCarthy Letter
WASHINGTONJoseph F. Barr,
National Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States, last week called for an ex-
planation of the statement of Msgr.
Edward R. Martin at the Nov. 7
communion breakfast of the Catho-
lic War Veterans of the Depart-
ment of New York.
In a letter to Thomas J. Cuite,
National Commander of the Catho-
lic War Veterans of the United
States. Barr referred to the state-
ment of Msgr. Martin that five mil-
lion dollars have been raised by
the opponents of Senator McCarthy
to secure his ouster from the Sen-
ate "solely because of his Catholic
ideals."
"It had been my hope," Barr
wrote, "that Cardinal Spellman,
when called upon to state his views
on the matter, would leave no room
for any doubt but that Msgr. Mar-
tin was speaking without author-
ity, that he was not speaking for,
or in behalf of, the Catholic clergy
or the laity of this country.
"However, Cardinal Spellman's
statement does nothing to the view
that Msgr. Martin was speaking for
Catholic clergy and laity, and.
seems, as a matter of fact, to give
perhaps added emphasis to Msgr.
Martin's statement."
Barr asserted that such charges,
unsubstantiated by the names of
the persons Msgr. Martin accused
and the source of the funds cited,
doe> harm to all minorities by in-
jecting the religious issue into a
political problem, where it has no
I place. "These charges," Barr con-
tinued, "completely unsupported
in fact and made without documen-
tation, defame those Americans
who are opposed to the actions of
the junior senator from Wiscon-
sin.
"I am quite certain you will
agree that the mere fact that peo-
ple may disagree with Senator Mc-
Carthy and his methods does not
label them as pro-Communist, or
anti-American."
Reiterating his respect and ad-
miration for Catholic leadership,
"world-wise and nation-wide." Barr
stressed the good relations that
had always existed between the
Jewish War Veterans and the Cath-
olic War Veterans.
The Statue of Liberty was the scene of a 2.000-year-old cere-
money recently, when a Chanuka Torch of Freedom, symbol-
izing the victory over oppression won by the Jewish people
under the leadership of Judah Maccabee in 165 B.C.E.. was
presented by the Government of Israel to the Jewish commu-
nity of America as a token of appreciation for its support of
the State of Israel Development Bond Issue. Members of the
New York City Police Department's Shomrim Society served as
guards of honor at the special ceremony on Bedloe's Island.
Participating in the ceremony were (left to right) Patrolman
Joseph"Rothstein; Mrs. Cilli Abraham, vice consul of Israel in
New York, who presented the torch; 12-year-old Roni Ester
Lador of Rehovoth, Israel, representing the young people of
Israel; Rabbi Israel Goldstein, chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel
Bonds, who accepted the torch; Patrolman Sol Goldberg, and
Sergeant Louis VVeiser, president of the Shomrim Society, or-
ganization of Jewish policemen.
Luncheon Due
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will present a d
sert lun.-heon on Wednesdaj neon,
Jan. 26. at the Algiers hotel Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Norman Green
and Mrs. Ben Trupkin.'
Messages Honor
Cantor Kelemer
Party at Roney Plaza
Benefit card and game
will be piven by the ami Auxiliary ol the Jewish Con-
sumptives' Relief Society, tubercu-
lar and cancer hospital, on Wed
in -il,i> e\< Ding, Jan. 26. at the B I ,
ey Plaza hotel. Chairmen an
Henrietta Scboenfeid and M
ene Lefkoe.
Balkin to Speak Friday
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
Florida regional office. Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith. will
speak at services of Temple Beth
Sholem, Lake Work, Fla., on Fri-
day evening. Subject of Balkin -
talk will be "Making Democrac]
Work."
Cantor-Berele Kelemer, of Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congrega-
tion, this week received a host .,[
tulatorj messages from or-
ganizations and community lead-
. r- m the Greater Miami area
The messages can
Kelemi r Cum
in "i hi> pass-
i tional Jerusalem
ion.
- profiei-
i
in Biblical -'
under th" p< n i rship "I Hebn
i tit)
I ocal administration of the ex-
amination wa> through the I
ol Jewish Education, Cantor Ke
mer i- an eighth generation de-
cetldant "1 the R.ial Sheili TOV
Histadruth Elections Due
Histadruth Ivnth will hold elec-
tions of officers Sunday evening,
Jan. 23, at Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
(of North Shore Jewish Center, will
I be guest speaker. J Z. Stadlan will
preside
Discusses Brandeis
Harold Turk, former Miami
Beach mayor and present city
councilman, addressed the Wash-
ington, DC, Group of Miami Beach
at its regular Thursday evening
meeting in the Monte Carlo hotel,
Miami Beach. Turk spoke on the
establishment and development of
Brandeis University.
Joint Meeting Due
Joint meeting of the Norman
Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans. Is scheduled
for the Republican Club on Jan.
26 even i'
Lasavin to Speak
i --_;i.-fie- Branch of Workmen's
| will beer a talk on Kman-
uel Noah'' by Louis l.a-avm. Work-
men- Circle school principal, on
Tip s,lay evening, Jan. 2~>. a! 1543
s\v 3rd -t
I
eilin and his Violin "Beauties will appear in the Blue
ftf the Delano hotel for nightly dinner music starting
I. V------
Featured in Commentary
Sylvia Brummer will be featured
in commentary and interviews on
the "Blue Danube Hour" heard
over station WMBM Sunday after-
nouns at 2 p.m. Paul Kardos is di-
rector of the Hungarian program.
New British Ambassador to Israel, J. W. Nicholls, is shown
welcomed aboard the S.S. Artsa in Haifa port by M. Simon,
chief of Protocol, members of the British Embassy in Tel Aviv,
the British Consul in Haifa and G. Shomron cf the Foreign
Ministry.
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Miss Judith Goldberg Becomes Bride
Of David Meddin in Candlelight Ceremony
Miss Judith Goldberg became the
bride of David Lawrence Meddin
in ceremonies Dec. 26 in the Gen-'
eral Oglethorpe hotel of Savannah.
Ga. Rabbi Isidore Barnett officiat-
ed. Rudolph Jacobson presented
the program of nuptual music.
The candlelight rites were per-
formed beneath a canopy of pink
roses and smilax before a back-
ground of standards of white gladi-
oli and palms,.
Mrs. Meddin is the daughter of
Mrs. Ina Alpern Goldberg of Mi-
ami, and George Goldberg, Miami
Beach. Mr. Meddin is the son of! |
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meddin.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of tulle
and chantilly lace over taffeta. The
fitted bodice of lace was fashioned
with a high neckline and long
sleeves pointed over the hands,
and the bouffant skirt of tulle fea-
tured lace insets and was ankle
length. Her shoulder-length veil of
illusion was attached to a crown of
seed pearls, and she carried
Bible covered with white orchids
and valley tiles.
The bridal Bible belonged to
Mrs. David 1. Meddin
newlywedded Mrs. Mechlin's sister
on the occasion of her marriage
Mrs. Arthur J. Lyons, of Miami,
sister of the bride, was matron of
honor. Her gown was of pink tissue
faille, and she carried an old-fash-
ioned nosegay of pastel flowers.
Mr. Meddin served as his sons
best man. and ushers were Arthur
Lyons. Dr. Maurice Fields. Roger
Meddin and Dr. M. M. Schneider.
Mrs. Goldberg selected for her
daughter's wedding a mauve taf-
feta dress with a corsage Of white
orchids. Mrs. Meddin, mother of
the groom, chose grey chantilly
lace over champagne taffeta. Her
corsage was of yellow orchids
Following the ceremony, a din-
ner was served at the hotel. The
bride's table was decorated with
arrangements of white roses, val-
ley lilies, pompon-, smilax and
gladioli, flanked by candlesticks
Mrs. Sidney Alpern. aunt of the
bride, registered the guests in the
brides book. Mrs Sol Lesser as-
sisted.
For their wedding trip to New
York the bride chose a suit of wine
wool, complemented by black ac-
ce isories,
Miss Stieglitz Plans
For June Wedding
June wedding Is in the funm-a
Miss Sandra Stiegllti and SI
D Angel. Their engagenn nl U an
nounced bs her parents, lira Bea
trice Stieglttz, 1587 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach, and Louis Stlegutz,
New York City
Mr Vngel i- the son ol Mr ana
M,. Harrj Angel, l"? Collins
ave Miami Heach.
The couple have dated since lush
school days Both are graduates ol
Miami Beach High, where Sandra
was a coronation queen
she attended the University of
Florida, was a member ol the
cheering squad She i- now a stu-
dent at the University of Miami
and will receive her degree in ele-
mental-} education .'an 31.
Her fiance i- an honor graduate
of the IF and is now attending the
I'M law school. He i- a member of
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa
Phi, honoraries, and Zeta Beta Tau,
social fraternity.
Starks Announce
Davida's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Jules Stark, of Hay
Harbor Islands, Miami Beach, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Davida Ruth, to Jerome
Ferguson Wyman. son of Mr ami
Mr- <; Bernard Wyman, Worces-
ter, Mass.
Mi-- Siark attended William and
Mary College and was graduated
from the Universit) ol Miami
School of Music She l- a member
of Sigma Alpha iota, national wom-
en'- honorarj music sorority
Mr. Wyman was graduated from
Cushing Academy, Ashburnham,
Mass., and the University ol Mas-
sachusetts lb- i- a veteran of
World War II A June weddin
planned.
Feinbergs EnteruJ
At Castle Residence
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Feink '
of 2288 SW 27th ter.,.,,^^
a group of former high ,<
classmates and friends -,i a re. J
in the home of Mrs i h cJJ*
Guests had not swn each otw
for over six years. The celthssuT
also marked Mrs. Feinberg's birth
day.
Present at the affair were lr
and Mrs. Frank Greenbei g. Mr jj
Mrs. Ronald Levitt, Mr and Mn
Robert Parent. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine "
Weinstein, Mrs. Mnberg's sister
and brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs
Irving Hotfman. Mr. Hillery Silver'.
man, Mr. Morton Levin. Mivs Joa,
Sail and Mr. Jerome Sclmlman
All are residents of ih, Greater
Miami area.
Lann m \'i< lor
Mrs. Steven A. Barbash
Miss Cherry Weds
Professor of Art
Mis- Maxine Cherry and Stev-
en A. Barbash were married in
ceremonies on Sunday. Jan. 9. in
Maxine's home. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Temple Kmanu-El spiritual
leader, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis A. Cherrv, 7970
Biscayne Pt. drcle. Mr. Barbash
is the son of the Martin Barba-hes,
New York City.
Miss Marcia Barbash. sister of
the groom, was bridesmaid, with
Mrs. Henry Reinhard. sister of the
bride, acting as matron of honor.
Best man was Herbert Schulman.
Lesley Reinhard. niece of the
bride, was flower girl, with Marc
Reinhard. the brides nephew, act-
ing as ring bearer.
Newlywed Mrs. Barbash, w h 0
wore a French antique white -t;,r
sapphire given her by her par-
ent-, graduated from Miami Beach
High School and is now a music
student at Bard College. Anondale-
on-Hudson. New York.
Mr. Barbash graduated from
Bard and was recently appointed
Professor of Art History there
Following the wedding, a din-
ner for 150 guests was -erved at
the home of the bride's parents
The couple will be at home in Red
Hook. NY., after a two-month
tour of the South.
.Miss Silberman
Fiancee of Engineer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Silber-
man of Key West are announcing
the engagement of their daughter,
Sondra Harriet, to Lieutenant Ger-
old Jay Schiffman. USNR.
Miss Silberman, granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Redlich, 129
SW 21st ave.. has been a Miami
resident for the past three years
She attended the University oi
Florida and is now a student at
Long i.sland University in New
York.
While a resident in Miami, she
was vice president of Sharel Chap
ter. B'nai Brith.
Lt. Schiffman. son of Mrs. Ida
Schiffman and the late Irving
Schiffman. received his Bachelor
of Mechanical Engineering degree
from the Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn and is now stationed in
Bayonne, N.J.
He is also enrolled in the engi
neering graduate division of New
York University.
A July wedding is planned.
Torcih Temple was the setting
for the marriage of the former
Evelyn Urdang. 7024 Merid-
ian ave., to Stanley F. Cohen.
The morning rites were per-
formed by Rabbi Louis A.
Cassel, assisted by Cantor
Berele Kelemer.
Peitzman, Grabosky
Exchange Vows
Wedding tup to Palm Springs and
Hawaii followed the Dec 28 after-
noon marriage of Mrs Sally Fried-
land Peitzman ami .lack Grabosky,
at the Palm Beach homo oi her
pai,hi.. \ir and Mrs G<
Friedland.
'I'lio bridegroom 1- the son ol
Mr-. William Pleet, Philadelphia,
I'.
The bride's sister, Mr- Arnold
Cohen, was her onlj attendant. Jaj
Sablosky oi Miami Beach wu
man.
Adelman Bar
Mitzvah Slated
lames Adelman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Adelman. will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Sa urday. Jan. 22. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. The cele-
brant is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High School
and attends the eighth grade of the
Sunday school of Temple Emanu-
Ha
Dana Danton Weds
In Home Ceremony
Dana Danton became the bride
"f Jacob Ashendorl Jan. 2 in a
small family ceremony performed
b> Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. in the
home of her parent-. Mr an,! Mrs
Charles Danton. 5448 La Gorce dr.
The bride.,,-,,,,,,, |s ,,. M1 ,,,
Mrs 1,1a A-hendorf. Muskegon
Mich md ,,, Mr Avn!.Mi|
The couple's wedding trip took
h" "-'he Caribbean. They win
live in Muskegon.
Mrs. Goldman to Plav
Host in Gables Home
Mr- I.ou Goldman will be hos-
- o member- of the Herzl Group
Of Iludassah for an Oneg Shabbat
in her new home at 6501 Granada
bUd.. Coral Gables, on Saturday
afternoon. Jan. 22 y
C^Tr-Wn,ng Ro^son. of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, win
talk on "Jewish Music Then and
song, and Wi" U,US,rate S!
Mrs. Aaren Newman, education
chairman. ,s i charge o{ arraan'g
PERSONALLY
SPEAKING
!" Abraham Wolf.on ha- U his
guests in- daughter and son-in-law,
Mr and Mr- Herbert Shapiro, of
Spartanburg, S.C. Mr- Shapiro i-
the former Miriam Wolfson who
attended high school in Miami
Beach, studied ai Adelphi College
I" ("'r(l,n Citj and ;,t Columbia
I mversity Mr Shapiro .- a grad-
""' ol the University of South
' arp"n nd 1- In the wholesale
business with hi- hroiher Sidney
He 1- a pa-t prc-ident of the South
'roiina Lodges of B'nai lSrith
1111 Shapiro have three sons. Also
guests of i,r B/oUson are M.ldred
Wolfson. his daughter-in-law, wife
of pr Oliver w Wolfson. and her
WO children. Dr Wolfson ,- ,n
the Army.
it
Mr and Mrs arr> H Rogers, of
;' "'?, "' N""" Beach, h.,vo
:',. ,,,,un"'1 """' Louisiana
where the) visited their son \r-
Jur*h graduate student far
(he l hi) ...
I,:;;",
Jewish leader Emanuel Dofl ,d
npptai. chairman of thi>
attasfiSS-'e
Stein. Spaniep
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stein, 728
I-enox ave Miami Beach announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Roberta Gail, to Melvin Same*. -
The bride-elect attended schools
in Great Neck. NY., graduated
from Miami Beach High School and
now attends the Universin of Mi-
ami, where she is a pledge of Alpha .
Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr Spanier. son of Mr and Mr..
I-idor Spanier. 1025 Lenox ave.,
Miami Beach, is a graduate ol New
York Institute of Photography and
l.indsey Hopkins Vocational school.
He is also active in Boy Seoul work
and is leader of a troop in Miami
Beach.
Miss f***rt* 6. irein
Mrs. Zeit He veals
Barbara's Betrothal
Mrs. Clara Zeit. 9M 15th -' Mi*
ami Beach, announces the en,'a-<'- ,
snent of her daughter, Barbara J
Francine, to Robert Loeb. son of
Mrs. Klorry Loeb. 1987 Met id.an
ave, and William Loeb. 'oral
Cables.
Miss Zeit is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, wher, -he
was active in the National Foren-
sic League.
Her fiance attended Miami
Beach High and the University of
Miami.
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Hose to Lead
David Service
Lturday, Jan. 22, Alan, son
inri Mrs Frank A. Rose, will
Bar Mitzvah al Beth David
. |S a seventh grade student
[lancloah Junior High School,
,, (it Beth David Boy Scout
L,l is active in the Teenage
\il League.
Lnusual feature of Beth Dav-
v Friday night service will
In'- participation in selected
Live readings. He will also
Tthe Kiddush and recite a
prayer that he has pre-
Rose is past president of
javld Sisterhood, as well as
/action chairman, Southeast-
IRegion, United Women's
of the United Synagogue
Jenca. Mr. Rose has been ac-
|n lieth David for over 12
, having served as vice presi-
Bml United Synagogue youth
IT
li- .it present financial secre-
Oneg Shabbat following Fri-
ki the congregation.
L In services, as well as the
Lh which will follow Satur-
^lornuig services, are being
ired by Mr. and Mrs. Rose
of Alan.
Melnick Named
ith (iroup Head
Anne Melnick has been
\A chairman of the Greater
Zionist Youth Commission,
youth agency of Hadassah
tiic Zionist Organization of
|ca
elected at a recent meeting
Joseph Pardo and Mrs. Ceil
le. vice chairmen; Mrs. Rose
|)n. recording secretary: Phyl-
>man, corresponding secre-
Benjamin Appel, treasurer;
lei Broad, financial secre-
lid Bricklin. former director
Philadelphia Zionist Youth
was 'appointed local
r
Melnick. who is a past pres-
Il.-nrietta Szold Chapter
i sah, announced that (he
r.i/ed commission is stress-
m organization of Young Ju
groaps in newer residential
which do not yet have Jew-
filters or synagogues.
jni; Judaea offers education
Idaism and Zionism to pre-
[;iii I teen-age children.
Mrs. Aunt
ei Society Plans
Day Monday
1 Miami Auxiliary of the
Wi <'"iisumpUves' Relief So-
' "ill sponsor its annual Tag
"i 'II parts of Miami Beach,
"> Jan. 24.
"airmen are Mrs. Morris Golus-
and Mrs Sam Schwartz. Funds
f'l will bo wed to send tuber-
rand cancer patients from this
' the hospital at Denver, Col.
Ira Iftiberman
To be Bar Mitzvah
Ira Samuel Imberman will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, Jan. 22.
Ira is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Imberman, 5280 SW 5th st.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate,
with Cantor Berele Kelemer ren
dering the musical portions of the
liturgy.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy, where he is president of his
class. He has attended the Acad-
emy since first grade. Ira is also a
member of Boy Scout Troop 89
and Young Judaea.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at Madison
Apartment hotel. 259 Washing-
ton ave., Miami Beach.
Births
Mr and Mrs. M. D. Stubins, of
3441 SW 21st st.. announce the
birth of their son, Jeffrey, Dec. 19.
Grandparents are Mrs. I. Joseph
Mazo, Miami Beach and Washing-
ton. DC. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Stubins, East Orange. N.J.

Susan May Gillman. born Dec.
29, joins Jacqueline Ann, 6; Mar-
jorie Carol. 5; Stephen Bernard. 4;
and Barbara Lee, 2. They are the
| children- of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
Gillman, Coral Gables. Grandpar-
ents are the Louis Gershenfelds.
Atlantic City. N.J, and Mr. and
Mrs. Alton Gillman, Augusta. Ga.
*
Recent births in the Greater Mi-
ami area also include the follow-
ing:
Deborah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Baan, 651 Plover ave.
Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Goldstein. 12330 NW 17th ct.
Wayne Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Sherman. 2902 SW 25
ter.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Abra-
ham Friedman Dec. 30.
Twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Stiriz Dec. 31.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Mardenfeld Dec. 30.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Feinberg Jan. 4.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Bcrtran Levy Jan. 4.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Leon-
ard Platt Jan. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Dayan Jan. 9.
Tamara Chapter Sends
Lunch Proceeds to Israel
More than 50 women attended
the "Chai" luncheon held at the
home of Mrs. Israel Yulish last
Tuesday under the auspices of the
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi. pro-
ceeds of which are going towards
the maintenance of the Mizrachi
Women's Homes in Israel.
Mrs. Alfred Stone. Tamara presi-
dent. announced that "this year
there will be a still greater need
for funds in the Mizrachi Homes
and Villages, necessitated by in-
flux of 75.000 more children who
are being evacuated from North
Africa and taken care of by the
Mizrachi Women's Organization."
Next meeting is on Tuesday eve-
ning, Jan. 25. at the Alcazar hotel.
Mrs. Ginsbwg Named Music Festival
Chairman; Concert Scheduled March 2
DPhiE Mothers' Club
To Hear Review
"View from Pompey's Head,"
by Hamilton Basso, will be the
book reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein at the Jan. 22 meeting of the
Delta Phi Epsilon Mother's Club
slated for the home of Mrs. Charles
Ludwig, 1901 South Miami ave.
Mrs. Albert Dubbin is chairman
of arrangements, and will be as-
sisted by the Mesdames Hilma Au-
gust, Ida Nieberg, Zona Schwad-
ron and I. S. Shappoff.
A dessert coffee will follow with
M Frances Orlin and Fran Levy-
in charge of refreshments. Mrs.
Yetta Lazarus. Estelle Wexler and
I Margaret Milgrim will pour.
Mrs. Miriam Stein is president
of the group. Proceeds of the event
will go to the Cancer Society.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg has been
appointed chairman of the annual
Jewish Music Festival for the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, it was announced by Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. president.
This festival will be in the form
of a community-wide observance of
National Jewish Music Month
which is sponsored each year by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board, of which GMJCC is the lo-
cal affiliate.
"In bringing to the attention of
the public the musical achieve
merits of the Jewish people, spe-
cial note will be taken'in the cur
rent festival of the fact that this
year marks the 300th anniversary
of Jewish life in America," Mrs.
Ginsburg revealed.
Coming from a background of
varied organizational experience, .
Mrs. Ginsburg is also president of
the Greater Miami Chapter of the
Women's Committee of Brandeis
University. She has also held office
with the Sisterhood of Temple
: Emanu-El and the PTA of Miami
I Beach High School. Other organiza-
tions with which she has been asso-
ciated include Mt. Sinai Hospital
Women Map Details to Take
Part in International Confab
Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of
the Women's Division, State of Is-
rael Bonds, announced this week
that plans are being made for mem-
bers of the women's division to
serve as hostesses for the Interna-
tional Mobilization Conference
which will be held in the Hotel :
Fontainebleau at the end of the
month. A meeting was held in the
home of Mrs. Selig earlier to di-
cuss plans for arranging a h committee for the Conference.
T36UST BROS ftVc
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg
Women's Auxiliary and the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women.
Wednesday evening. Mar. 2, has
been selected as the date for the
community concert, which is to be
conducted at the Miami Beach High
School auditorium. Vocal, instru-
mental and dance performer* from
various segments of the commu-
nity are expected to combine their
talents in a program that will pre-
sent many different types of Jew-
ish music. This festival will have
the cooperation of the Cantorial
\ ociation ot Greater Miami and
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Hadassah Affair
On Sunday afternoon. Jan. 23,
the Chaim Weizmann Group of Ha-
dasnh will hold its annual niem-
bership affair at the home 01 Mr.
and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman. f>501
Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. Pro-
gran ti;>- bsjan prepared by Mrs.
Homer Rievman. membership
chairman, and co chairman Mrs,
Florence Urkowitz.
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Stephen Raymond, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Raymond,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday. Jan. 22, at Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. The cele-
brant is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach Junior
High School and attends the
fourth grade of the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El.
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FRIDAY. lANUABVj,
Israel's important citrus industry continues to grow and pros-
per with the aid of investment capital derived from the sale of
State of Israel Development Bonds. Shown above are Israeli
fruit packers in a Haifa warehouse preparing a shipment of
grapefruit for export to such countries as Turkey, England.
France and Holland. The citrus industry is Israel's largest ex-
porting enterprise. During 1954. Israel exported 8.123.000 box-
es of various citrus fruits, compared with 5,323,000 boxes in
1953.
Mayor of Miami A: -" :\-::z right v.-he | ted .:.
Federation's first cj~i...j- .- 1939 assures an Sam \.
Heiman ci his whole-hearted interest and supper: in the 1955
CJA drive. Miami's goal is SI.350.003.
B nai B'nth will sponsor popular translations of great books of
Jewish literature and publish them in inexpensive edi-ions for
mass distribution throughout the English-speaking world ac-
cording to a resolution adopted unanimously by the B'nai
Bnih Adult Jewish education committee at the close of its
second annual meeting held in New York at the Hotel Roose-
velt. The program gets approval of Philip M Klutznick. pre*.-
dent of B noi B'rith. who called for measures to encourage the
reading of Jewish literature as a means of raising the spiritual
and intellectual standards of American Jewish life
Paul G. Hoffman (above),
chairman of the board of the
Studebaker-Packard Corpor-
ation, and Senator Herbert H.
Lehman will head the list of
more than 1,000 outstanding
communal, industrial and
government leaders who will
honor Edward M. M. War-
burg, president of the United
Jewi=h Appeal, at a testimon-
ial dinner Saturday evening
in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel.
New ': Representing
Grecter Miami will be Scm I.
a general chairman of
the :955 CJA campaign, and
Mrs. ]cz'.< Ablin, Women's
Divisi
Top award for beautilication of an industrial plant was ;]
sented to Florida Power S Light Co. for landscaping of
grounds of its Cutler plant south of Miami by the Amerii
Association of Nurseymen recently xtt Miami's plant shaa
FPcSL president R. H. Fite (left) receives the award from Gerval
Pringle Leesburg, past president of the Florida chapter of thtl
association.___________^^^
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. cf the B'nai B'rith Council oi Sou
o Rabbi S:mon April, mirnedto
the Greats* Miami Rabbinical As.iociat.o
the Greater Miami Rabbinical Associate
by B lotion was made during the mass in'rtio-j
tion ceremonies piogram of B'nai B'rith held at the Fontair*
bleau hotel.
Max M. KrolofJ. 0f Washmaton nr
Dccie Ch^Pi No,": ^'a Michael
"" lR Phot were Mrs.
[ d'rector of membership and Pro9iamf1'Jf'S
3'nai B'rith leaders who enro""
apters in South Florida. The
nitiation ceremonies program --
Chapters in South Florida. The a**
th mc3 nitiation ceremonies program helcjT
Mr. K-lcff OT? (left to right) the Mesdame*
-nma Lazam, Chapter; Shirley Marks. FJ*">
cd Chapter; Jean Swam. Miami Beach Chap*
p*, Tropical Chapter; Martha Morgan. ?*
bhnley Bernard. Coral Gables Chap^i *
h-' Spatz.T. Emma Lazarus Chapter
aid from Mrs. Spatxer.
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antor Kelemer Given High Award
tsutjt' of
\aratuiationa
DR. BERTHOID C. ERIEDl
issor of Romance Languages
and Russian
University of Miami
significance of the Jeru-
examination is that it
hizes the wonderful instru-
Ithat is the Hebrew Ian-
as a tool in the carrying
the mission of Israel in
lishing contact with the
Jmd with the future,
lei's top religious. scholar-
Id linguistic genius has
[assembled on the direct-
jard of the Jerusalem ex-
llion of efficiency in He-
biblical history, Jewish
r, literature and culture.
ta'.ion for the Jerusalem
^nation requires serious
and promises to yield
valuable results, not only
ligious Jewish nature for
tabbi and the Hebrew
xjist, but also for educa-
id student of" culture in
1be he Jewish or not.
desirable that a great
?r ol Jewish men and
In should make an effort
pome proficient enough in
|w and in the knowledge
led in the great Jewish
included in the program
Jerusalem examination
jred by Hebrew Univer-
cooperation with the
Union for Jewish Educa-
id administered in our
lity by the Bureau of
Education,
sartily congratulate Can-
Brele Kelemer, recipient
[Laude of the Jerusalem
la-Teudah, as evidence
rich background in He-
language and Jewish
By JUDD I. TELLER
\r or Jewish Agency for Palestine
greatest pleasure is this
lion of honor bestowed on
Bend, Berele Kelemer. May
Ontinue to reap these de-
Id blessings.
By CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
President, Canters Association
Cantors Association of Great-
er Miami takes great pride and
joy in learning of your suc-
cessful accomplishments in at-
taining a most revered distinc-
tion in Jewish cultural life. May
you continue to serve your
synagogue and community as
you have honored the Cantors
in the Household of Israel. In
the name of tha Cantors and
myself.
Mvssaijf of
Congratulations
By ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL
Associate Professor of Jewish Ethics
and Mysticism
Jewish Theological Seminary
oi America
My dear Berele:
I was exceedingly happy to
have received your letter. My
heart rejoiced to read the beau-
tiful words of your rich lan-
guage which our wise men of
old have subscribed to. Great
lias been the source of pleasure
to know that you are following
in the path of your parentage.
Your name has become well
known among the best in Jew-
ish life.
Regards to your family, and
may God bestow peace on you
with many years of life.
By DR. EMANUEl W. GAMORAN
Education Director, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations
In honor of Cantor Berele
Kelumer. I was overjoyed to
see the program in honor of
those who received the diploma
from the Hebrew Univei.ity. I
wish you much success and
spiritual joy for the honor which
they have bestowed upon you.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer, president of the Greater Miami Cantors' Association (left), congratu-
lates his brother. Cantor Berele Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, upon
receiving his diploma Cum Laude in advanced studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
The Bureau of Jewish Education administered the special examination locally. Cantor Berele
Kelemer will be honored shortly at a luncheon planned by the Cantors' Association here.
By MAYOR HAROLD SHAPIRO
Miami Beach
Good luck to my friend
Berele. My appreciation of his
talents have always been of
the highest.
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation
Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation takes great pride
in congratulating Rev. Berele
Kelemer upon his graduation
with highest honors and receiv-
ing a Teudah Yerushalmy of
which he may well be proud.
May God be with him to con-
tinue his fine work.
By RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
President, Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
I have just heard of the high
honor earned by Cantor Berele
Kelemer from Hebrew Univer-
sity at Jerusalem and the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami. I want to con-
gratulate Cantor Kelemer on
his wonderful achievement,
which is not only a mark of dis-
tinction for him personally, but
which will also serve as an in-
spiration for the entire commu-
nity to explore the sacred trea-
sures of our heritage.
Mazel Tov.
By RABBI JOSEPH H. HENKIN
Director of lirat Toroh, New fork
Mazel Tov to Berele on a
most wonderful occasion. This
is a further indication of your
intense knowledge and wis-
dom.
ommunity Leaders, Organizations Extend
Congratulations to 'Berele9 for Cum Laude
>UR OLD FRIENDBERELE
Progress and perseverance have always been
foal deserving of the bast Israel has to offer."
MR. and MRS. SAM BLANK
"This is an advent which all Israel must take
pride in; an inspiring event in the history of our
people."
J. STERN, Miami
"Berele has set a mark for all Jewry to strive
towards. Let's rejoice in his accomplishments."
RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS. Principal,
MIAMI BEACH HEBREW ACADEMY
to be a true son of Israel is to know its ways
age and lifesuch^ is the knowledge of
DR. MAX A. LIPKIND
fmly it is said: From Zion shall ao forth the
and from Berele the heart which qives life to
BREINA PUCHKOFF, Miami
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER OF
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATIONS
"In his service to his community he has honored
us with a most memorable achievement"
JOSEPH ROTH, Miami
"We wih to express our admiration and esteem
for our most revered friend and scholar. Cantor
Berele Kelemer. on the advent of his 'Teudah.'
May his success continue to consecrate our Jewish
life."
MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
HAPOEL MTZRACHI
OF GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF GREATER MIAMI
"This is a further step in the enlightened 'Ameri-
can Cantorate.' Let it be a sign for others to follow."
CANTOR HYMAN BORNSTEIN. Miami
PIONEER WOMEN'S CLUB NO. 2
CANTORS ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
HASHOCTIM AGUDATH
J. KATZ, President
J. KRANTZ. Treasurer
J. SHAPIRO, Secretary



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INUARY 21, 1955
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ers To The Editor
I Not*: The letter pub-
L ,. written by Capt.
titan, of the 3650th Mill-
Jig Winy iit Sampson Air
I Geneva, N.Y., to his
L'hi Abraham Levitan,
Unfed spiritual leader of
Iiii Monticello Park. The
fdh-hed in these columns
reflect! the spirit of
ticlpation in all facets
I.h activity including
Forces.)
Ltry has certainly matur-
, to realize that veterans
than people who have
it arms or died heroical-
, ot i heir country. In all
Hencea serving troops
the world, I have found
in other countries and
[how other peoples gov-
elviis or are governed, we
I mtcd States are bless-
And the veterans who
lue realize better than
he the values of our
cntic way of life,
ption, perhaps of refu-
splaced persons who liv-
| nnding heel of ty-
jns corps will continue
r our present form of
preparedness," and
of thinking, make
lc-t single group of citi-
uill stand up and fight
\ the blessings of lib-
have been bestowed
i!h our citizenship.
He are an education in
wayi than one.
lib) i that when Grandma
in uniform she cried.
?memhered the trials and
>f military service in the
b. and most likely identi-
[fiijhting forces with the
(However, you and I both
far wrong this is. Time
I have tried to share
me of the gratifications
factions of a Rabbi serv-
form, particularly in the
lutposts. Our services
Expense to provide every
pportunity to worship as
and to find the maxi-
lis own religious expres-
|ecision to remain in serv-
reer is based on the need
Jin'ion expressed by the
or allowing the fullest re-
pression.
the Tercentenary Year.
miipare the history of the
United States over these
past three hundred years with the
record of the life of the Jew dur-
ing the past two thousand years
in the rest of the world, it leaves
no room for doubt in my mind that
we owe our country a debt of grat-
itude. The Jew who is also a veter-
an who can take a tremendous
sense of pride from having given
some years of his life towards the
first line protection and defense of
our way of life, so that all Amer-
icans might continue to enjoy the
ble-ings of liberty. I deem it an
honor and a privilege to serve this
segment of our total American
Jewish community while they are
in uniform. My military congrega-
tion is no different than yours. The
only difference is that some of
your members are "on loan" to the
government for a short period of
time. The objectives we both seek
are the same, and I feel a sense of
responsibility to maintain the same
high standards while they are in
uniform as you do before they
reach us and after they t return
home again.
Meetings of the Armed Forces
Chaplains Board continue to be
most interesting. Sitting down with
the Chiefs and Deputy Cbiefl of
Chaplains of the Army, Navy and
Air Force to formulate policies and
advise the President through the
Department of Defense leaves me
with a deep sense of humility. As
Consultant on Jewish Affairs and
as a member of the Board that sits
and decides on the spiritual wel-
fare of men in all governmental
agencies, I approach each meeting
with a prayer that God grant me
the understanding and courage to
act wisely.
To-day there are over 90,000 Jew-
ish men and women in the Armed
Forces alone, in addition to several
thousands of others in other
branches of the government who
are affected by decisions of the
Armed Forces Chaplains Board.
And the religious welfare of all
has been committed to my hands
for the next two years. Searching
my heart and mind to do what is
right, I inevitably ask Ynyself
whether or not this is in keeping
with what you have instilled in me,
and whether this is what you would
have me do. If I can answer in the
affirmative. I am reassifred that
what I do is right.
KAL
your valued journal, why the un-
dignified clowning of some fairly
stupid night cIuBguy at the Com-
bined Jewish Campaign meeting?
Every one wondered why a night
club of some sort had to get a free
advertisement on an occasion
which was otherwise dignified and
serious and spiritually most satis-
fying.
What do you think the two dig-
nified speakers of the evening
thought of the Miami Jewish com-
munity as a result of the most un-
dignified and uncalled for appear-
ance of that sort of thing?
Those who arranged this most
Idiotic part of the program deserve
more than a Bronx cheer. Please
give it to them.
OSCAR LEONARD
Finn Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Mildred
S. Finn, formerly of 8135 Crespi
blvd., was held on Tuesday, Jan.
18. 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery. Mrs. Finn is survived by her
husband, James; a son. Dr. Leonard
H. Finn, of Miami Beach: two
brothers. Louis Forman, of Cleve-
land, and David Forman, of Cin-
cinnati, O and two sisters; Mrs.
Lena Goldberg, of Los Angeles,
and Mrs. Sam Kramer, of Cleve-
land. Arrangements were in charge
of Thurmond Monument Company.
Francis Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
' to the memory of the late Louis
I Francis, formerly of 1353 NW 54lh
st will lake place Sunday, Jan.
123, 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
! with Rabiii Joseph Narot officiat-
ing. Mr. Francis is survived by two
Courses Added to UM
Evening Division Program
JTJSrSLTSttl**-.**- and Boris-and' -iGoldstein Unveiling
Rczini Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Rozini, formerly of 461 NE 65th st.,
will take place Sunday, Jan. 23, at
2 p.m., on the National Jewish
Workers Alliance Plot of Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr.
Rozini is survived by his wife,
Frieda; four daughters, Mrs.
Adelle May. Mrs. Sally Blumen
thai, Mrs. Florence Behrstock and
Mrs. Ruth Shenberg; two brothers,
four sisters and five grandchil-
dren. Mr. Rozini was a member of
the National Jewish Worker's Alli-
ance, a Mason, Shriner, Beauty Sa-
lon Council of Miami Beach and
Greater Miami Hairdresser's Asso-
ciation. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
aHH-H hv ft. University of Miami SSSl^S "" h' "'Tth*'"
rangements are in charge of Thur-
mond Monument Company
Friends and relativei art asked to
attend.
evening division for those seeking
degrees entirely through evening
study, according to an announce-
ment this week by Dean Dan Stein-
('lasses for the spring semester, Weiner Unveiling
will start Feb. 7 and end June 4. The dedication of a monument
Registration is scheduled Feb. 2 to ,ne memory of the late Rose R.
to 4 Weiner. formerly of 325 NE 15th
"It is now possible." Dean Stein ter., will take place Sunday. Jan.
hoff said, "for evening-only stu- 23, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme-
dents to complete their work for terv, wi,n Rill,bi Morris Skop of.
degrees in several major fields of fjcialjng. Mrs. Weiner is survived
study." | by one daughter, Miss Annabelle
These include art. history, biol- | p.. one sister and five brothers,
ogy, English, human relations.
nursing, philosophy and psychol-
ogy, in which the College of Arts
and Sciences confers the degree of
Bachelor of Arts.
Evening classes in accounting,
management and marketing are
available as major study fields in
which the School of Business Ad-
ministration offers the degree of
BBA. The School of Engineering
offers evening classes in its de-
Arrangements are in charge of
Thurmond Monument Company.
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Bessie
Goldstein, formerly of 5740 SW
1st st., will take place- Tuesday.
Jan. 25. 10:30 a.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Rabbi Abraham
Ilerson. of Tefereth Israel North-
side Center, officiating. Mrs Gold-
stein is survived by her husband.
Hynun; two son-. Waller anil Dan-
iel; one daughter, Mrs. Esther
Schickansky, all Of Miami: a -l
ter, Mrs. Florence Solow; and a
brother, Benjamin Rose Arrange-
ments are in charge of Painter's
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
Beinhorn Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Regina
Beinhorn, formerly of 9157 Dick-
ens ave., Surfside, will take place
Sunday, Jan. 23. 2 p.m.. at Mt.
Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery,
with Cantor Aaron Weingarten of-
Russell Unveiling
partments of architectural, civil, | ficiating. Mrs. Beinhorn is sur-
electrical, industrial' and mechani-
cal engineering and in engineering
', science.
In the School of Education it is
| possible to complete studies for a
' degree in primary education in
, evening classes except internship
requirements. The same applies to
secondary education degrees in
[several fields. Dean Steinhoff re-
1 vealed.
In the School of Music, two
years of degree requirements may
vived by her husband, Meyer; four
sons, Phil. Sam, lrwin and Harry,
all of W. Va.; two daughters,
Mrs. Zelda Malinger and Mrs. Hel-
en Sherman: one brother and sev-
en grandchildren. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to attend.
The dedication of a monument
I to the memory of the late Louis
| E. Russeil. who passed away on
Jan. 23, 1954. will be held Sunday,
t Jan. 23. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme
i tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
I ficiating. Mr. Russell is survived
by his brother, John I.; and two
: sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Halprin and
; Mrs. Kate Fischer. He was a mem-
I ber of the American Legion, the
Miami Showmen's Association, the
j Tampa Showmen's Association and
I also the National Showmen's As-
jsociation. All friends are invited
! to attend.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
Together with some 2,000 other
persons I wish to ask, through
\\\ Scholars to Stimulate Study
lebrew Language and Culture
Markowitz Unveiling
Silverman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
The dedication of a memorial to j Silv.-rman. formerly of 1954 SW
now be taken in evening classes. the memory of the late Linda Mark-!22nd ter will take place Sunday
About 75 percent of the total eve-:owjtz. formerly of 3411 SW 12th Jan 23 4' m at Mt Nebo ome-
ning division enrollment repre- st Miami, will take place Sunday,
sents candidates working for de- jan 23. 12-noon. at Star of David
grees, Dean Steinhoff estimated.
fORKA "barnstorming"
he United States to stim-
| study of the Hebrew lan-
culture and arrange for
participation in the Sec-
|ld Hebrew Congress in
this summer will be
Ithree Israeli scholars now
1 way here. The tour will
tied at a public reception
r'ork at the Hotel Edison
lay night, Jan. 22.
J. Borowsky, chairman
^it Ivrit Olamit, represent-
ew Culture Federations
It he world, co-sponsors of
Vet with the Jewish Agen-
Isclosed that plans are be-
Heted in over twenty cities
fe land in anticipation of
of the cultural emis-
Among the delegation is the
translator of Walt Whitman into
Hebrew, Professor Simon Halkin,
of the Hebrew University, current-
ly Visiting "Pi ufessor of Hebrew
Literature arthe University of Ju-
daism and the University of Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles.
Professor Halkin is joined by
Reuven Avinoam-Grossman, one of
Israel's foremost poets, and Dr.
Baruch Ben-Yehuda, formerly di-
rector of the Ministry of Education
in Israel. Dr. Ben-Yehuda now
heads Herbelia College and Teach-
ers Institute in Tel Aviv, one of
Israel's leading schools.
Dr. Samuel K. Mirsky is chair-
man of the Pracsidium of the He-
brew Language and Culture Asso-
ciation, American branch of the
Brit Irit Olamit.
Vogelbaum Named
Samuel Vogelbaum, Miami attor-
ney, is among the six candidates
who successfully passed the re-
cent Jerusalem examination for
proficiency in Hebrew language
and biblical study. The examina-
tion, sponsored by Hebrew Univer-
sity in Israel, was locally adminis-
tered by the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Memorial Park, with Rabbi Morris
A. Skop officiating. Linda Marko-
witz is survived by her mother and
father, and her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Leibor, all of Mi-
ami. Friends and relatives are re-
quested to attend.
Novelist to Speak
William Lindsay Gresham, au-
thor of the novel and motion pic-
ture "Nightmare Alley," will be
speaker on the Jan. 27 program of
the Miami Public Library's "Flor-
ida Author Night" series.
Gresham, formerly of New York |j)r Wolfson to Address
and now a resident of Hialeah, will g ^ 0u,door porum
speak on Fire-eating and Fiction.
Tropp to Lead Talk
"How To Plan An Interesting
Discussion" is the second in a
series of six leadership training
sessions sponsored by the Young
Adult Jewish Council of South
Florida which will be held Monday
evening, Jan. 24, at the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Town Branch.
Emanuel Tropp. assistant direc-
tor, GMJCC, will lead the discus
sion.
tery. with Rabbi Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Silverman is survived by
his wife, Sarah; and two daughters,
Mrs. Alma J. Buckner, of Miami,
and Mrs. Bernice Bernstein, of Ak-
ron, O. He also leaves five grand-
children. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Roth Unveiling

The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Esther
Roth, formerly of 1876 SW 11th
ter.. will take place Sunday. Jan.
23, on the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation Plot of Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, with
Rabbi Simon April officiating.
Mrs. Roth is survived by her hus-
I band, Joseph; two sons; Al and
Irving; two daughters, Mrs. Claire
[Sandbcrg and Mrs. Mary Rich-
mond; and four grandchildren. Ar-
rangements Hre in charge of Palm-
ler's Miami Monument Company.
Dr Abraham Wolfson, author of Friends and relatives are asked to
"Spinoza: A Life of Reason" and
"The Road to Health and Happier
Living," will address the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum on Saturday after-
noon, at 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr.
Wolfson will discuss "Ten Com-
mandments of Longevity."
attend.
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farocfi fitn-raaaa'a
Gyson Featured in Talk
On Show Business World
WWPB commentator Sam Gyson
will be featured by the Miami
Beach Recreation Department Dis-
cussion Group in the Palette room
at the Community Center, 2100
Washington ave., on Friday eve-
ning, Jan. 21. Gyson will discuss
"Characters I have Known," from
his experiences in show business.
Balzer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ella
Balber. formerly of 451 NW 82nd
st., will take place Sunday, Jan.
23. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiat-
ing. Mrs. Balzer is survived by
her husband, William; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Bertha Berkowitz, Mrs.
Anna Kroloff and Mrs. Hannah
Williams, all of N.Y.; and one
brother, Abe Gorlick, also of New
York. She also leaves one niece,
Judith Greenberg. Arrangements
are in charge of Thurmond Monu-
ment Company. Friends.and rela-
tives are asked to attend.





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raiDAYjANiumY.
Louis Krensky, Chicago
Financier, Dies at 56
Service? for Louis J Kren^kj
56. Chicago financier and author
of the Krensky Plan of Bank
took place Wednesday in Temple
Beth SI Beach.
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A resilient of Miami Beach for
11 year.-, he came from Chica.
and lived at 4955 Delawar _
He was vice president, chairm.:".

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Mr. Krenskjr, who invented a to-
bacco processing formula in 1932
which is still widely used, began
his business career as a junior
partner in an Iowa fur company.
His investment activities took
him. in 1923, into the firm of A.
M. Krensky and Brothers, mort-
gage banking firm, of Chicago. He
had been president of Gas Pro-
ducts Corp. since 1923. vice presi-
dent of One LaSalle Co.. Chicago,
since 1929. vice president and trea-
surer of the Burwyn Building Co.
since 1930. and a partner of the
Golf Park Co., of Florida, since
1944.
Mr. Krensky leaves his wife. In-
ez: two daughter-. Mrs. Harry B.
Smith, and Mrs. Thomas H. Gerard,
both of Miami Beach; a son. Her-
bert Frederick, Miami Beach; and
two brothers.
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U rf"S^^^\..m. the earlie,t possible date Re-ults
I an examination of Han's body
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Boa h. tad La ry, Stamford. Burial tion by a Dr. Mochi of the World
: Health Organization, are to be
| made public shortly, according to
Civilians Evacuated as
Syrians Concentrate Troops
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Radio Damascus: in an apparent
Services Held Tuesday
For Max Feit, 65
Services for Max Feit. 65. of 835
Collins ave. Miami Beach, were
held Tuesday in Riverside Memo-
rial Chapel, Miami Beach, with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Mr. Feit, a former sexton at
Beth Jacob Congregation, died Fri-
day. He came to Miami Beach 30
years ago from New York. He was
active in both religious and civic
affairs on the Beach.
Surviving are his wife. Pauline;
three daughters, including Mr-.
Harriet Kaufman and Miss Dorothy
Feit: a son. one brother and two
grandchildren.
Miami uauaa; oncmj/i iu vuuuurrati me eiiect
. Surviving I h-r 0f inp :srap| /-harops i.,.,.,,)..,..
us. i!r and Mrs. Ira "'e lsrdeL cnarges. oroaacast
ra h > .rd and Oarj : recording- of short interview- v. ith
she .-
:., a ifhsrai thing attempt to counteract the effect
i-tore
and t-> .-. >i ./.,, iiiii -.... nwwwyy w jiiui i IUWIVRTW8 Willl
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rial Chapel ur rael folders remaining
Ceeaati alive in Syrian hands. During the
mrs. faye Esther Simon I interview-, carried on in Hebrew
of i<5 n\\ here each of the prisoners said that he
..ears, died Jan 14 vlving i ...c ,..ii __j .i._j .
as well and asked for such things
David Freedman. Jai kaonvllli as book- and clothing
Isaac rVi-dmin. Camilla. ia a ., ... _
'Uutrr Miami; a; Meanwhile. Pvt. Ilan was buried
bother and ., rioter. W1(h full military honors at his
ida gooofrieno home kibbutz. Can Shmuel. near
Maaera in the proence of the
M Survived t thief (if Staff of the Armv the
and Ira; one daughter. Bl \rm\- Crnpf rhonloin r.A J.'
-' j I t-iaP'ain and numer-
ous delegations from settlement-
- The dead soldier ,- survived by a
, brother and sister, a- well u |,v
his father and mother. Hi- moth-
er, Feiga Ilanit. i- a prominent
member ol the Mapam party and
wa- a representative in the fir-t
Israel Parliament.
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supervision organization in Pales-
tine, the matter of further disposi-
tion of the ship. Israel circK in-
dicated that they would not enter
into further discussions about the
Bat Galim with Gen. Burn-, in-i-t-
ing that Egypt must relea-e it.
At this week's meeting the 1951
Btion was re-affimed by Fer-
nand van Langenhove. of Belgium,
Dr. Victor A. Belaunde. of Peru!
and Sir Leslie. At the la-t meeting
of the Council similar reaffirma-
tioni were voiced on behalf of the
United States, Britain, France and
Brazil.
Abba S. Eban. Israel delegation
chief, made a brief statement at
the meeting, reviewing his govern-
ment's insistence that the Canal
must be kept open for all shipping
and recalling Egypt's violation of
Mixed Armistice Commission rul-
ings ordering it to release the
freighter Bat Galim which it seiz-
ed last September 28.
MRS. LENA FREEDLAND
'--.'-''- : away
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Mian .,- in
Mt. Nebu Cemetery.
LOUIS LEVITIN
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passed away Jan. :i I..
ami Be* h.
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LOViS CALIFORNIA
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1955
SECTION B
DOCTORS AT TURN OF
THE CENTURY
oward Kane Named Jubilee pamphlets official publications
Chairman; Goal Set at $150,000 Arab PrP^anda in U.S.
Blisters Jews Gently
Iward Kane, well-known civic
\r. has been named chairman
(lount Sinai Hospital's fifth an-
all-star Jubilee benefit show,
f held this year on Mar. 3 at
Miami Beach Auditorium.
a board of trustees meeting
bast week, president Max Oro-
lennounced that Kane had ac-
\d the post, succeeding Leon-
|A Wi*n. who has served in
capacity for the past four
1st year's event, with Ed Sulli-
van of television and newspaper ed with the hospitals fund raising
fame as master of ceremonies, event as a member of Mount
amassed a record-shattering gate Sinai's board of trustees. Among
of $145,000, a figure which, accord- his other outstanding contributions
ing to Kane, must be exceeded in
drder to overcome the hospital's
deficit of $150,000.
Sullivan has once again accepted
the invitation to act as master of
ceremonies for the all-star Jubilee
show, Kane revealed.
Although this is Kane's initial
effort as chairman of the Jubilee,
he has been prominently connect-
nited Order of True Sisters
T$6tope*JLaboratbry Gift
'wen to Mount Sinai
Dunt Sinai Hospital was the re-
tnt this week of a grant from
ll'nited Order of True Sisters
ptablish an isotope laboratory.
new iiboratory provides ad-
Inal facilities for treatment and
nosis, using the advanced tech-
\i resulting from atomic stu-
The laboratory will use radio-
ire iodides to treat and diagnose
ker. thyroid and certain heart
litions.
the dedication, attended by
than 100 members, addition-
inds were presented by the
ed Order of True Sisters which
ipermit the further expansion
le Isotope Laboratory. The ad-
Jnal donation was presented by
Henry Scisorek, chairman of
|l'nited Order of True Sisters.
)an Ruskin, vice president of
Ini Sinai Hospital.
addition to the grant for new
|>ties, $500 was donated as an
nal grant to pay for isotope ma-
ils to treat indigent patients.
Irs. Julian Ollendorf, president
of the Greater Miami Circle of
United Order of True Sisters, and
Mrs. Moe Sigelbaum, president of
Miami 43 Chapter of the Order, as-
sisted Mrs. Scisorek in the presen-
tation.
Kuskin greeted members of the
United Order and told them "that
your benevolent work further stim-
ulates the hospital's efforts to pro-
vide the facilities for the newer
methods of diagnosis and treat-
ment."
Dr. Donald Altman, radiologist-
in-charge of the isotope labora-
tory, told the. meeting how titf
equipment and the radio-active
iodides are used in diagnosis and
treatment of patients.
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor of Mount Sinai Hospital, said
that "your interest in the effort
to control cancer is setting a prece-
dent for other organizations.
Since cancer was among the five
leading causes of death, the inter-
est of the United Order of True
Sisters in the treatment of this dis-
ease is especially commendable."
Howard Kant
to the community are Included:
Community Chest chairman for
Miami Beach in 1951, director of
the Dade County Research Founda-
tion, vice president and treasurer
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Campaign in 1953
and numerous important posts in
community planning organizations.
A former Army major, Kane,
whose family origin is Providence,
R.I.. was formerly affiliated with
the Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Beach. He is a member of
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, the Westview Country Club
and the Temple Israel Synagogue.
"I am sure," said Kane when
accepting his appointment, "that
the people of the Greater Miami
area, who have come through so
nobly in the past, will afford me
the cooperation which is so neces-
sary if we are to meet our large
goal and overcome the hospital's
ever-growing deficit.
"The deficit, of which we should
all feel proud, is the result of
Mount Sinai's many free services
to the community. Such services as
its free clinics, its aid to ther medi-
cally indigent, its diagnostic pro-
grams and its resident, intern and
nurse training programs."
By BETH SIEROTY
JTA
WASHINGTON Be you Jew or
Gentile if you walk into the
Egyptian Embassy, you would be
greeted warmly and treated hos-
pitably. If you should ask for infor-
mation you would be generously
heaped with pamphlets, reviews,
short histories, progress reports,
and social studies. And among all
these incidents would be a small
booklet entitled "Jewish Atrocities
in the Holy Land."
This work was published by the
Arab League Information Bureau.
It is printed in bold type and con-
tains terrifying pictures. The
theme of the work is that "the
prime object of the Jews was to
get rid of the Arab population by
any means."
The pamphlet begins, "the world
has only just been shocked by the
disgusting revelations of the hor-
rible, sadistic cruelties practiced
by the Nazis. Now we haev once
more to hear the horrible tale of
sadistic cruelties and wanton bru-
talities perpetrated against an in-
nocent population. But this time
the aggressors are those very
Jews."
Ironically the very next page
finds the authors playing upon the
same stereotypes exploited by the
Nazis. "When reading of these
atrocious acts, one unconsciously
thinks of their perpetrators being
untaught savages, or barbarians of
the remote past. Yet these same
Jews have for centuries, by virtue
of their money-massing activities,
gathered to themselves the cream
of culture and refinement of what-
ever country they have settled in.
The wealthy, educated Jew, sur-
rounded by all the culture and art
that his riches can command, has
been a long familiar figure in civi-
lized society. How superficial that
veneer of culture really is."
Such propaganda is aflame with
irrelevant notions, misstatements.
exaggeration, and outright distor-
tions aimed to arouse prejudice.
Its intentions are not to commu-
nicate honest thoughts, but to la-
bel in a sinister light a particular
group.
"Jewish Atrocities in the Holy
Land" runs riot with name-calling.
The purpose is not to educate
readers, but to propagate a fantas-
tic hypothesis. Throughout the
pamphlet, the reader finds sicken-
ing rescriptions" of torture for
which the Zionists are blamed.
"Havmg looted everything of value
in the village, the Zionists next
turned their attention to their hu-
man booty, slaughtering men, wom-
en and children without mercy. On
this occasion, about 250 Arabs were
butchered. Among these were 25
pregnant women, whose bodies
were deliberately ripped open with
bayonets, and 52 mothers with ba-
bies at their breast, as well as
about 60 other women and young
girls. Little children were cut to
pieces under the eyes of their
mothers."
At another point, a similar
"description": "A number of old
and sick persons were captured by
the Zionists who lopped off their
heads, arms and legs." It was also
charged that "on April 20, 1948,
a further thirteen bodies of Arab
youth were found. These bodies
were also fearfully mutilated,
some being beheaded, while others
had their noses cut off and their
eyes scooped out."
The Jews are accused of resort-
ing to germ warfare, the same
charge the Communists made
against America in connection with
the Korean War. The booklet of-
fers no proof of its accusation. It
simply states "it is strongly sus-
1 pected that the cholera epi-
I demic which smote Egypt and the
Syrio-Palestine border" was caus-
| ed by Zionist "bacteriological war-
fare."
"For several years past the Re-
hovoth Research Institute has been
hard at work under the supervi.-ii'ii
of Dr. Weizman, who in fact re-
sides next door. Yet no one ap-
pears to know exactly what is g<>r
ing on inside the institute, nor
what are the results of its scientif-
ic researches! Are we to suppose
that all these years of experiments.
carried out under the supervision
of such a well known scientist, have
produced no useful results; or have
these results proved only to useful
to serve the Zionists' cowardly pur-
pose?"
From this observer's viewpoint,
it seems a shame that after such
a delightful greeting at the Egyp-
tian Embassy one must come away
with "literature" like the "Jewish
Atrocities in the Holy Land."
Pan B. Ruskin receives a grant from United Order of True
Sisters for the isotope laboratory at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Moe Sigelbaum. president, Miami
|3 of the United Order; Mrs. Henry Scisorek, over-all cancer
pairman; Ruskin. Mount Sinai vice president; and Mrs. Julian
Ollendorf, president. Greater Miami Circle.
Budapest String Quartet Schedules
Concert For Dade County Auditorium
Budapest Stitng Quartet will ap-
t on Thursday evening, Feb. 3,
'he Dade County Auditorium.
P"unded in 1930, the quartet to-
l> Performs over 100 concerts an-
Pally. '
[Members include Joseph Rois-
t!!''..-. Goro > Lh .Itring ^"P wi Perform
| r'nf auspices of the Univer-
tino n lami- Pr8-m includes
T'K Quartet in G major, op. 77
* by Jose* Haydn; String Quar-
tet No. 1. by Bela Bartok; and
String Quartet in C major, op. 59
No. 3, by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The extensive travels of the
quartet have not been limited to
Europe and America. On several
occasions they have journeyed as
far afield as Indonesia, North
Africa, Australia, New Zealand and
Japan.
On two trips to Australia and
New Zealand, they gave 87 con-
certs within two spans of six
months each.
AUTHOR BORN IN VILNA ACTIVE ZIONIST
Miami Beach Woman's Poetry
Helps Children to Secure Future
A Miami Beach woman's book
of Yiddish poems is helping chil-
dren in Israel to achieve a secure
future.
Mrs. Jacob Cosow, of 7222
Trouille Esplanade, Normandy
Isle, recently published the book
of poetry, "Mein Volk un Land"
("My People and My Land"), and
vowed that proceeds from sales
would be directed to Youth Ali-
yah and the Child Rescue Fund.
The white-haired, gentle-look-
ing wpman affirmed that "not a
cent will be used for any other
purpose." The book of 118 poems
describes the author's yearning
for Israel and the Jewish people.
Born in Vilna, Mrs. Cosow has
been active in Zionist circles for
many years. She and her husband
were long-time residents of Ak-
ron, O., and still spend their sum-
mers there. "1 was one of the
first Hadassah members in Ak-
ron," she explained, "and organ-
ized Pioneer Women's Club I in
that city."
Also active locally, Mrs. Cosow
belongs to Club II of Miami
Beach. .Her book of poetry was
inspired by n u m erous trips
abroadone to Europe in 1936,
when already then she saw "the
handwriting on the wall," and a
subsequent trip to Israel in 1950
to attend the silver jubilee of
Pioneer Women's Organization.
It was on her last tour, which
she made aboard an El Al clip-
per, that Mrs. Cosow wrote one
of her moving poems included in
her recently published book.
One daughter, Mrs. Anne Han-
ken, of 586 NW 83rd st., teaches
in the Dade County School Sys-
tem while Mr. Hanken does a
tour of duty with the Armed
Forces. Three other children are
residents of Akron and Cleve-
land, O.
Mrs. iocofc C$ow
Rabbi ChUl in Talk
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet
Wednesday evening, Jan. 26. Rabbi
Okiva Chill will address the group
on "Making Big Decisions."



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Kaven School Board
Elects Mrs. Levin
Mr- Nathaniel M. Levin WM
named president of the board of
directors of the Haven School at
a recent meeting in Kendall.
Other officer* named include
Earle Bowser, vice president: Mr-.
Mattie Belle Davit, MacUiy; and
Earl Shurt7. treasurer.
Haven School is a boarding
school for mentally retarded boys
and girls, between the ages "i six
and 14. A nonprofit corporation.
it i< supported by numen>u- organ-
izations and individuals in the
Greater Miami area.
Out-going president was John
McCudden. "During his adminis-
tration. Mrs Levin said in assum-
ing office. "Haven School expand-
ed its facilities by adding another
complete dormitory' for 20 addi-
tional children."'
Mrs. Levin also said that a new-
cottage for the use of dormitory
house mothers had been added to Xcphrosis C hapttT
the school's facilities as well ..
increased .-pace to the classroom. Opens Offices Here
Funds for the classroom were An educaI|f,nal txh,bit telling
raised by members of the Sigma thp ..Story Qf Nephni>> ir.
dren will feature the forma
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host Sam Friedland left as ad: unction starts
1955 campaign with substcr.:;cl inaec. crl social
affair are left to right Friedkmd Leone. loms Lans-
burgh. chairman. Hotel Divimoa. Ho M vice chairman.
Initial Gifts, and general campaign chairmen Sam J. Heiman.
latest innovations |0
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i.oui- 1. u and Hawaii will vie
vv th 1 ach other in exhibiting their
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donated in memory of the late Ann
Rubin Novack. member of the in-
ternational women's universit>
sorority.
North Dade Presents
Pageant of Festivals
PTA : '' North Da i-h I
ing of the Greater Miami Chapter ning.
of the National Nephi nda- ,i the program WM
tion on Sunday afternoon. Jan. 23, Vr> M K.,,:llu..n, ,,
Thi> rtidi' -ibli-hment of
baurr
h office d>
dusively to rtrayed bj Rita
and comfort to child]
nd children, Bonnie
in and
office n thi
battle focus publ n '>n
ol th;-
PALMER'S MIAMI MCNOMENI CO.
Serving the iei
lene. .ml chil-
li, N
The Nephrosis 1 Rhoda Steri
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local mea.
give time without fei -
Members include Drs Gunnard
J. Antell. Ira K Brandt, Solomon
B Goldman. James J. Griffits,
Robert B. Lawson, George 1.
: B. Marks. Warren \V. Quil-
lian. Charlt B nfeld, Sam J.
Roberts and Irving Stemerman.
Ultimate goal of the Nephrosis
Foundation here i> to establish a
fellowship for re-earch at one or
more of the local hospitals and to
create a ward to care for Nephrotic
children Consulting psycholi
I Dr. Syvil lltrquil George Chertkof
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linafions Open for law
Ugravcd plaque will be
next month to the Dade
,_./ enforcement officer
contributed most in the
crime prevention.
vard will be made during
Crime Prevention Week,
Ll9. by the town of Bay
Islands. Final selection will
by a panel oi prominent
Enforcement Officer Award
citizens, who will screen nomina-
tions made by local residents.
Bay Harbor Islands Police Chief
Gerald Farrell also has invited
nominations from Dade County
law enforcement heads.
Farrell pointed out that police
activity usually is gauged by ac-
tion following a crime. "This spe-
cial award," he said, "is being
made to honor those officers who
have been instrumental in pre-
venting crime and diverting pros-
pective delinquents from, anti-so-
cial careers."
Crime prevention week is spon-
sored annually by the National Ex-
change Club to create public
awareness of the threat of lawless-
ness and to intensify year-round
efforts to prevent crime.
Rabbi Herson to be Installed January 30
Rabbi Abraham Herson will be
installed as spiritual leader of Ti-
fereth Israel Northside Center at
an inaugural banquet In his honor
on Sunday evening, Jan. 30, at the
Sterling hotel.
First to arrive for the banquet
from out-of-town is the local spirit- i
ual leader's father, Rabbi H. Her-1
son, dean of the Rabbinate of Win-
nipeg and Western Canada.
Rabbi H. Herson is author of
"Pathway of Life." He will act as
installing officer at the Jan. 30
affair.
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FRIDAY.
AT THE MOVIES
Actors, Musicians Have World
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PERSOXAMJTME8 MN PA\p^,
Veteran Makes Salt Miner
A Lucrative Pro posit
By DAVID HOROWITZ
By LEON GUTTERMAN
JTA
HOLLYWOOD Paulette God-
dard has returned to Bollywood
from Europe Violinist Isaac
Stern ha- arrived from his second
around-the-world concert tour in
16 months. Hell begin his 13th
North American concert tour un-
der the direction of Sol Hurok thi- >
week Ballerina Ludmilla
Tcherina. of "Red Shoes" fame.
will aceeW the offer of the Metro-
politan Opera of New York to be
its prima ballerina, starting in Feb-
ruary. Now that she has filmed
Sign of the Pagan" for Unii
erring Jeff Chandler, she's
heading for London to play in the
Arnold Pressberger picture
linda."
*
Arthur Rubinstein is in from
I and will begin his 18th con-
cert tour in L- next
week Larry Adler. harn
virtuoso, who recorded an album
in Paris recei
- finished h
ograi
which
n the Ui
one ppear-
k when h-
-
Man's Righ' I
and d i I the Hu-
man Sp:
Copland have been
heard throughout the United -
and Europe, was presented by
Grayson Kirk, president of Colum-
bia University, as the concluding
speaker in the aeries' four pro-
or. the human -pint .
lated to ri 'he visual arts,
literature and music.
Copland discussed the proet
composition, the growth of I
from the Gregorian Chant. change>
in listening habit- and the gi
in popularity of serious music.
m art and new
sound possibilities through elec-
les
"Unlike the other i the
r:d of mtu
j -pecial ailrr.
n, namely a di-prop i
a painful
and a reck- its fu-
ture.''
and. who has lectured on
poetry at 1
- been awarded th
itzer Pr:ze for mu-ic. the
irde Award m

and Science -

\v,.rld famed director II
LeRoy has been presented with the
bronze and marble
French equivalent
tt-r being acclaimed Hollyw
greatest director in a Europe..:-.
popularity poll. LeR. y, whose re
cent >mah hit "Quo Vadis" made
more millions for HGM -'
than any picture pre\:
duced and i- destined to tie with
h the Wind" for
place, is currently at Warner- di-
recting "Strange Lady in Town."
starr.- Utd Dana
Andr all a- Mi-t> r Rob-
ert-." the Broadway hit now being
pictunzed tllions de-'
is a v
Yehudi '
i ir. Ti I Aviv, u!i<>
uhled bj


.
who
and will
*
G. Hoi : 1 by
a rabbi: SometinM
ing out rr.y u-hers. I urge pi
.cording to their li-
the rep from the
trea-urer. I am tempted to believe
the> rding to their mean-

\ veteran Hollywood rabbi an-
nounced to Jerry Lewis the other
day that he bad d a device
that was bound to make his
gogue rich 'Every be
said i to Jerry, "is sure
patenti
ine "
the special feat,
H work- like
thi-. the rabbi
Dollar and qu..
fall on
drop on a Chinese bell"
Isaac Sttrn
. stcond world tnr
STORIES ABOUT JUDAISM. By
Rabbi David Goldberg. 131 pp.
New York: Bookman Associates.
By HILARY MINDLIN
Tin- i- the companion-pieci
- About Judaism Book I."
also by Rabbi David Goldberg. In
twelve well-written chapters, the
l.aiiiu describes the Ideas and
which are at the verj heart
of Judaism Thi
moral livingdoing Justice, loving
mercy and living humbly, among
othersall come through in the
lives of the great men which Rab-
bi Goldberg describi
With a ihoveldoter adJ
I equipment, the veteran?,!
ine, r Mo-he Baharav. former quarrying of the rock sjhl
r m the Israeli Army and snort time thej jncBJ
lenl of the Israel Spiritualist W output from M JZ
ty, wondered a few years ago The rich product w
win Israel, a country with moun- j trucks and t ran -ported I
tains ol pure rock -alt in the So-1 "far Yerucham. a ne%,
Hum area, had to import most of j**een ,he Quam *,)
It from Turkey and Rumania : There they set up machinm]
and other countries, paying good "ie salt was crushed. -J
dollar- Upset, the ingenious Ba- ground and packed for <
harov thought of an Idea. He con- the consumer- it Wjs
vinced ten of his colleagues, all, ^ ..
former army officers, that Jraelff" *h"'' Vlshwl
could produce it- own salt from about be "Ccessfol 4,4,
the \a-t depo-its at Mount Sodom, j making Arava Salt Works,
I ling their money, the members the first such private 1
of the group got together ,-nd ac-j the Negcv's history. The'
quired a license from the govern-i became almost a- great as 1
ment to start a -alt factory at the played in the early days <
where Lot wife became American gold rushat
1 a pillar "f-alt. I more families left the
-ettled in Kfar Y> rucharr. 1
ers and partner- in theS
Ben-Gurion at hi- Sde
treat, learning of ihe w|
became elated and sent
i gratulations to Moshe
The total requn-mentj 1
I in Israel amount to about
tOOl vearly. The Ara\a
with its p
12.000. Mo.-he Baharav
mplt-x background with the main objective
effortlessness and a desire for
when the book i- lllll-hed.
lor classroom use, it make- asj>
cellenl material. Each of the sec-
tion- 1- illustrated by Friedel Dzu-
bai Rabbi Goldberg begin- his
work with the -ton ol prophetic
Judaism a- it travelled abroad.
Book I included di-cu->ion of the
prophet-, their live- and their writ-
ings In hi- present volume. Rabbi
Goldberg describes the diemina-
tion of their philosophy.
Thu-. then- are excellent tales of
is to increase the yearly 1
so as to supply not only
rael's needs, but also the I
market. A true belli m in t
gev, Moshe Baharav is
its hidden potentialities,
plotted, will eventually gin|
the economic stability it sol
needs.
To do this, he hopes to i
American investor- Seventl
lion dollars are needed to 1
an additional compn-- or, owl,
eldozer, a 15-ton dk m
crushers, one milling
one diesel generator of 351
pacity. An additional SW.O
indicated, will be ft
Off THE Mi OHIf
Even Supreme Court Can't Seem to Get
Artukovic out of Soft California Berth
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Svt- A-t
regime. The Yugoslav govern-
ment maintained that the treat)
-till in effect and that, even
if the hypothesis of expiration
accepted. Artuk -mi sub-
ject to deportation under exi-tine
precedent- making war criminal-
liable to extradition irre-pec;
treaty The C.S. Supreme Court
held that the treaty fej still oper-
ative.
Artukovic. now married to a
woman who is an American citizen.
The US Supreme Court li-
ed that Andrei Artukovic, |he
Himmler of Croatia who has been
ing under California s sun. is
subject to extradition to Vug
la where he is wanted as a war
criminal. Yet there are no
of action by any of the Washington
agencies with jurisdiction over the
matter although many weeks have
now elapsed since the ruling
Tne s Eanbaaej Wash- -'li: hopei lo e-cape the awsise^iof
ington based it- extradition de- extradition and trial, but to at
mand on a charge that Artukovic compli>h this he will have to have
was re-pon-ible for the murder of help and cooperation from power-
the entire Jewish population of ful rifeJas and that preciselv 1-
Croatia as part of a policy of ex- h's intention. He ha- impudentlv
termination that was unequaled in denied involvement or re-pon-ihii
ferocity even by the Nazis them- *> the liquidation of tens of
-elve< thousand- of Jews and Serbs, even
In his long battle against the ex- ,hou8h is common knowledge
tradition move. Artukovic hoped to U,at "lu'dation of the unwanted
save his f.thy hide by a technical- *" hls Pnmary function as in-
ity that he could not legallv be 'ernal "*** watchdog. Artu-
deported to Belgrade on the J0VIC ho*ever. stands convicted hv
ground that the old treatv with the own *ords and record In Feb-
ruary of 1942 he IMfU; ,he Hj(ler
an assertion that all Jews were
communists harnessed to world
Ptolemy of Egypt and the
High Priest Blazar of Jerusalem.
On the lace of it. thi- book is hoth ol whom felt it w.,- n.-t quite
-liy assimilated r'~t" '" keep the Bible "a cloaasj
be used in classrooms by hook" -imply because it was writ-
children from eleven to thirteen ,,n "' Hebrew. But the prophets
Book I was designed "''' aJjaJn delineatedtheir inten
for pupils between ten and twelve.) '"'ns an'' their devotion. Once
But the verj nature ol the writing """"'' portrayed are Amos, Hosea. j able equipment to make til
and the interesting historical schol- Isaih. Micah and Jeremiah. Nor including pacakagin
ar-h.p which wen, into its make- Z~'^ Z^r I'^T """ Baharav believe- the
up. it 1- to be confe-ed will also l'"~"'",n"> interpreted the pro-;.
"'" phetic word lor their m......r- ,n8 'fers ni\e5tnai|
tch ensibihties and help gotten e.r people, for shareholders
th-m ab-orb what can often be Rabbi Goldbei into h.-
province Rabbis Ganuu,
ben Maimon, Hillel and 4.
nosl ol othi 1- These are interpret-:
ed in disci.
hapter so that the preceding
n" 1- c-ry-talii.
In essence "Storiea About ju-
unfokla the verj funtam-
'"'I ol ancient Jewish tradition
and reveal- the effects of it- im-
his country- salvation re-ted in Pf^.011 the Jlm that has evorr-
the liquidation of the Jewish prob ',(1 ,hr,,uh the centuries Bookman
len: AsaociaJai and Rabbi Goldberg are
Official minutes of hi- govern- c"m,ndecl for the splendid
ment. photostatic cop,,.- f which work ,ht'-v have done both in the
wert. made available to me for ex-' Precc"ig and present companion-
animation by authoritative source- pwcv v"'ume.
prove conclusively ,hat ArtukovicL"*DW nbaoU, I believe will
wa. a fanatK advocate of Jewiah mJ b,"h **"*> Particularly adap-
liquidation through Hitlerian mcth- '" technique- in-
0(j. 1 >oivina th' ,.. .v.._ _
/"- the teaching of
Philosophy and hlM((^
Jewi-h
lUlJ^OBiJU^SPORTS
Co
Mit>t tthortv
...^.K^1t*,
nimi8sioner Hclfand's Fut
By BILL WOLF
JTA
B<,x.n2 circle- have been f,lied
we (bourse a llvsterf
do
US. under which Belgrade de-
manded his extradition had auto-
ite ascen-
matically expired with the
- ss?ivjis?j?

of'h,,^.UJa"n over STeo^e
Juh.? u ,ha' W'" ^ fo"o*ed by
Julius Helfand. who was recentK-
appointed New York State ooxmg
commiss.oner by Governor H.rri-
man.
Helfand has been on the -,.,
of the King- County district at-
orney and has achieved ,he repu-
a 'or, of a racket-bu-ter. Thus
">e question art* vvi Helfand
a job of cleaning up the un-
boxing^ There ,s
^Peculation whether or not he
was named ,0 the port for ,h,s
purp
He reveal his ^^^^ ^
Z a deu"ed survey of the
CT. WWU- "I the New
Thu- Helf,d has ,he oppor-
sports
about
forms.
history if he
some badly neetW
Joe Klein stepped intoJ
lyn ring recently as a **
fighter. The bout turned
be one of Kleins best *'
an upset by winning 00
nical knockout when *
was stopped m the seveatn r
He beat Gerald Dreyer '
Africa. Klein has woni*>
hu 41 fights. He weight w
in the bout, the same w*"
which Dreyer tipped the


lY. JANUARY 21, 1955
*Je*ls*nprkitor)
PAGE 5 B
end your tavorita recipa to The Jewish Floridian, toothr with
name and address. If you hava a recent photograph, you may
I* it with your ontry. Should your recipe appear in this column,
(ill be praaanted' with a copy of "Tha Book of Jewish Recipes."
lining 500 kosher recipes and a Foreword on the principles of
ry.
the telephone have come
nests withift-two weks for
new idea" for using chopped
for a main dish. This can
pan that cold weather and
Ibomo-makers are seeking
us to adequate nourish-
Well, we came up with a
Ideas, arid here are some
(want to add to your recipe
Chopped Meat Mixture
chopped beef
Wiiim size carrot, grated
fcdium size onion, grated
pdium size potato, grated
>r U cup cooked rice
ft and pepper or paprika
taste
Dine well with a work or
and use in any of the fol-
recipes as directed. This
of meat mixture is suffi-
ir 4 servings as a main dish.
>
t Balls with Raisin Sauce
Rumanian Style
tails of the basic meat mix-
Dt larger than one inch in
pr. Drop these in hot melt-
naltz or all-purpose shorten-
oil) about > inch deep in
frying pan. Let cook over
r> heat till nicely browned,
to brown all over. Drain
fit of the fat, if desired. Add
leedJen raisins, 2 table-
lemon juice, 4 tablespoons
sugar, and enough boiling
I to almost cover the meat
the frying pan. Cover and
a simmer about 20 minutes.
Ithe raisins are puffed and
\> thickened Do not stir
nts unless necessary.
Ihoi over a bed of cooked
poodles, shells, mashed po-
and garnish with minced
Variations can be made
|tting the raisins and adding
'rt to Head
Iders Group
M. Albert was recently
as 1955 president of the
Builders Association of
[Florida, regional affiliate of
f i Association of Home
I
berly a NAHB regional vice
Bert and a
rr of the
nl direc-
Albert as-
this office
a b a c k-
|d of contin-
i x p erience
|l phase* of
t ruction ac-
~ince 1929.
Ihis inaugur-
pldress, Al-
o u t li ned
[> the five main goals of his
ni-fration to be the adoption
county-wide sewage program,
|l'on (,f builders to save more
better relations with FHA
tter relations with other
Fnts of the building industry
f 'W '-nient of the financial
jure of the association in or-
jnat more service be given to
public and the industry.
P'ng with Albert for 1955 are
Jones, Jr.. first vice presi-
William M. Porter, 2nd vice
oent; Patrick J. Lyons, secre-
Itreasurer; and directors John
ptty, Emil J. Gould, David B.
pan, Charles I. Babcock, Sr,
I1'-- J Stokes, Vincent J. De-
"avid D. Pollack, William E.
'<> and Perry E. Willits.
thick tomato sauce or V4 cup to-
mato sauce diluted with water to
cover the meatballs. Cook in same
way.
*
Vegetable Filled Meat Loaf
Line a loaf pan witrTalumfhum
frilf 4hat extends over lonn sides of
pan about 1 inch. Press the chop-
ped meat mixture inside of pan
evenly so that it comes K of the
way up sides. If any meat mixture
remains, set it aside for topping
over the filling. Fill with a mix-
ture of freshly cooked peas and
carrots or a package of the fresh
frozen variety, seasoned to taste
with salt, pepper, a pinch of sugar
and/or mixed herbs. Add 3 table-
spoons of fine cracker or bread
crumbs (or matzo meal) and mix
well. Turn this mixture into the
meatlined pan, press the remain-
ing chopped meat in small bits ov-
er the filling, bring the overhang-
ing aluminum foil over to almost
cover and bake 30 minutes at 375 *
or till nicely browned on top. If
handled carefully, this filled meat
loaf can be lifted out onto a serv-
ing platter by sliding it out then
removing the aluminum foil. Or,
invert on a heated platter and re-
move the foil. Garnish with brown-
ed potatoes, baked potatoes on the
half shell, or cooked spaghetti
mounds.
Alhtrt
UGUST BROS R> /
Variety Children's Hospital
Cites Wolfson, Meyer
Variety Children's Hospital and
the Variety Club's annual awards
and installation banquet was high-
lighted by the presentation of
their second annual "Good Samar-
itan" award to Mitchell Wolfson
and Sidney Meyer, co-owners of
Wometco Theaters and WTVJ. The
affair took place last week at the
Algiers hotel.
Both Wolfson and Meyer were
the unanimous choice of the award
committee. They have already been
cited for outstanding public serv-
ice by city, county, state and na-
tional officials.
Part of the evening's rogram in-
cluded the installation of the 1955
officers of Variety Club. Edward
Melniker, of t h e chief barker's
committee, installed Maurey L.
Ashmann, chief barker; Hal Kop-
plin, first assistant; Stanley Beren-
son, second assistant; Stanley
Stern, property master; and Sandy
Bronstein, dough guy.
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MANISCHEWITZ
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Miss Farrell to Sing
Wagner, von Weber
Recording and concert artist
Eileen Farrell will be soloist with
the University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra Sunday and Monday eve-
nings at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums.
John Bitter will conduct the or-
chestra in readings of Souvenirs,
Ballet Suite Op. 28 by Samuel Bar-
ber; Symphony No. 8 in B minor,
the "Unfinished" by Franz Schu-
bert; and Symphonic Metamorpho-
sis on Themes by Weber by Paul
Hindemith.
Soprano Eileen Farrell will be
heard in "Ozean du Ungeheuer"
from Oberon by Carl Maria von
Weber; "Elsa's Dream" from Lo-
hengrin by Richard Wagner; and
arias from "The Telephone" and
"The Consul" by Gian-Carlo Me-
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GLOBAL SHORTS
Massachusetts Governor
Wants Israel In Defense Pact
BOSTON UN- Goi
H Herter. of Massachusetts,
in an addre last weekend before
the New England regional confer-
i of the American Zionist Coun-
cil, expressed confidence in the
ility ar.d future of the State of
; :,ni called for the inclusion
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Head of Israel Mission
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Prague Jewish Population
Shows Sharp Decline to 1,850
MUNICH WNS] The number
of Jews in Prague. CiechosJovakia's
capital, which was 36.000 in 1939
and 6.100 after the end of the
Nazi iiccu:
1.850. according to a report receiv-
ed by Radio Free Europe h< I
percentage of U pop-
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: 3HAXNESBURG (JTAi The
South African Jewish Board of
Deputies, centra! representative
body of South Africa's Jewish com-
mu.-.ity. thi.- week issued a state-
meet clarifying its relations with
the World Jewish Congress The
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The i
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Three Artists Receive 1954
Kessel Prizes in Mexico City
MEXICO CITY (JTAi Jonas
TurkOT, an actor, and A. M. Fuchs
anc" Yitzhak Perlow. novelists, have
been awarded the Zvi Kessel prizes
for Jewuh literature for the past
it was announced here by the
cult are commission of the Jewish
I ral Committee of Mexico,
which admiaiaten the fund set up I
years ago by the Mexican
-h philanthropist Zvi K
Each award is $250.
Israel Receives $1,110,000
In Aid from Children's Fund
SITED NATIONS (WNS, A
total of $1,110,000 worth of aid
from the I'nited Nations Children's
Fur.d was received by Israel
thr jgh last year, the UNICEF re-
ported this week. The largest
l/XICEF expenditure in Israel,
since the state was established, has
been for child feeding, on which
it spent a total of $393,000. Milk
cor ervation in Israel was the next
mo;t cojtly UNICEF item, requir-
ing an expenditure of $300,000.
Communist Leader in Doctors'
Plot Gets New Regional Job
NEW YORK (Witt Though in
April. 1953, he had been ousted
as secretary of the Central Commit-
tee of the Communist Party in the
USSR for his part in the "doctors'
plot'' frame-up. Semyon D Ig-
natiev has now been appointed
head of the Communist Partv in
the Ba>hkir region, in the Urals
Thia was reveai*d in the latest
copy of 'Pravda." official Commu-
nist newspaper, received here this
week from Moscow
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ii Conservatory
;dules Concerts
ni Conservatory of Music
leek announced a recital by
members on Jan. 29 at
Jiycayne blvd.
Conservatory currently has
branches throughout t h e
It Miami area. According to
-ic .school's officials, all in-
ti arc taught. Also on the
curriculum are voice, ballet, ballet
tap and art.
Recently added is the Musical
Kindergarten," under the direc-
tion of Miss Hilda Steuerman. The
course requires no practice for
children at home. Miss Steuerman
revealed
Now in its 34th year, the Cm
servatory offers practice rooms for
students and non-students.
Sen. Pepper in Talk
"Prospects for Peace in the Com
ing Year" will be discussed by for
mer Florida Senator Claude Pep-
per at a meeting of Louise Chap-
ter, American Jewish Congress, on
Monday afternoon, Jan. 24. in the
Algiers hotel. Also appearing on
the program will be soprano Joyce
Albrecht, of the Greater Miami
Opera Guild.
Lehman, Broido Chair Tribute
NEW YOEK Senator Herbert
H. Lehman, of New York, and
Louis Broido, chairman of the ad-
visory committee of Gimbel Broth-
ers, will lead more than 1,000 na-
tionally prominent Jewish cammu-
nal figures in a tribute to Edward
M. M. Warburg, president of the
United Jewish Appeal, at a testi-
monial dinner Saturday evening.
Jan. 22, at the Waldorf Astoria
hotel.
Senator Lehman, who will act as
toastmaster, and Broido, who will
introduce distinguished guests, will
cite Warburg for his general chair-
manship of the United Jewish Ap-
peal over the past four years and
for his role since 1944 in helping
the UJA to raise close to $1,000,-
000,000 to aid victims of war.
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Now they stay alive
soft and cuddly. ..aren't they? But a few years
ago these babies might not have lived to have their
picture taken.
What you see is a well-baby clinic in a city where
children used to sicken and die at an appalling rate.The
city is one of a dozen throughout the Moslem world
notorious for their squalid and overcrowded ghettos.
Through your help, these communities now boast
of dispensaries, milk stations, feeding programs and
projects like "Operation Baby Wash," shown above..
. Now, 9,800 youngsters benefit daily from the great-
est wonder drug of all: warm water and soap, liberally
and lovingly applied.
More important, thousands of little lives have been
saved, and the life expectancy of the new-born greatly
increased.
Yet dangers still threaten. Tuberculosis is high on
the list. So is eye-blinding trachoma. Malnutrition is an
ever-present crippler.
Because "Operation Baby Wash" must continue...
because 36,000 ghetto children depend on UJA for at
least one full meal a day.. .because 55,000 must be kept
in school or be swallowed up in child labor... because
all told, 140,000 children in the Moslem world, Europe
and Israel depend on your help this year.....
Give to the united Jewish appeal, more than ever,.
IN GREATER MIAMI .
YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES
55 CAUSES
through the
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
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PAY. JANUARY21,,
Patron's Tea Will
Division Activities
Patron's Tea will launch the ac-
. of hundreds oi Gn ater Mi-
women in the 1955 Combined
-h Appeal.
xtnuiel Suuonhoff, Worn-
OivNion chairman, and Mrs
lr>ing Lehrman. year-round chair-
expect record-breaking at-
tendance at the first social func-
lo be held on Monday
Jan. 31. at the home
M Arvey. 426 \\'. -t
Rivi Alto dr. Miami Beach
Jack A Ablln, Patron- Ti a
man. has named a committee
Launch Women's
in 1955 Drive
oi 43 of Greater Miami's leading
personalities in the field ol philan-
thropy and community w
Col Jacob Arvej nati
cratic leader, will participate in
the pi
Principal speaker will be J"hn
[Stanley Grauel. noted N
: land relicious leader, who has help-
ed champion the settlement and
lupbuildini ~ ''
director >>t the An
' Palestine Conunitti as I
member of th< Ffagai ah ii E
and wa> a veluniei r prew .ember
of !he "Kwhi*-
*tir*r << the top-level
mittei serve with Mi W
are the Mesdanu U i ird A
Utschul, Sam Blank.
Mu I Carnei
Entine. Samuel Pnedland. Charles
H Fruchtmaii Leo Gen
Louis
n Goldnne. Sam A
Robert Gould. Robert Z.
Greene, Samuel J. Halperin. Ga-
hnel Beatter, Sam J lieiman.
The Mesdamea Anna W. Ilirsch-
m.in. Herman Jacob*. Leon B.
Jacobs, Benjamin Kane. Morns
., ph M Upton, Snwiuel
Upton. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
enner Meyers, Frances
Miller. Clem Myeraoa, fid
Olen. SamuH Orltt, nn
David Phill.pv M,tllda
Sam H. lost. Dan R RuJ
Rubin. Samuel T Saplro
Selig. Jacob Bner, Michae,
loff. Carl Weinkle and uj
Wien.
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Rebekah Lodge Will
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Jan. 29. at the Center Mn
Kutun i- chairman. C
are Mr- G and Mr-
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dor Mr- Jennie Heitner; right and
left supporters to chaplain. Bertha
Cohen. Mr- Pat Lopatin.
Mrs. Loreta Burdick, district
deputy of District 24. will conduct
the ceremonies Jewel will be pre
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ior past noble grand.
hi" L:
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)AY, JANUARY 21, 1955
Broward Women
_ Combined Appeal Affair
lomcn of Dade and Broward
Jty will pay tribute to the
Ibineil Jewish Appeal at a spe-
T luncheon meeting on Jan. 27
, Algiers hotel.
|r~ Aaron Fair, president of
Conference of Jewish Worn-
Organizations, has announced
r the quarterly meeting of her
up will salute the humanitarian
(rams of the Appeal and fea-
an address by a national per-
lity.
|rs A. Frank Wellins, second
, president and program chair-
n. will head a special committee
tharge of the program.
Officers of the Conference who
participate in the event are
Mesdames Matilda Ratner.^first
t president; Harry Rogers,
(surer; Irwin Weinstein, record-
; -.ecrctary; Harry Kaufman, reg-
fcr; Julian Weinkle, calendar
lirnian; Monte Selig, parliamen-
liin; Benjamin Appel, corre-
hding, secretary.
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Mrs. Aarun Tmrr
jnists Pe1ition,U-S.
tins! Arming Arabs
red Jonas, president of the Mi-
Beach Israel Zionist District,
week vowed to try to inspire
JuKh petitions against shipment
arms to the Arabs to "reach as
|h as the Washington Monu-
nt in the nation's capital.
Jonas announced more than 5,-
signaturea from signers repre-
king 28 states have already been
Wived at the petition booth in
>nt of the Mercantile National
Ink on Lincoln rd.
fWe're leading the way for the
tion right now," said Jonas, "and
hope other cities will follow
Icklj It's important to point up
p fact that shipment of arms by
ptral powers to Arabian nations
right. After all, we're not at
[The Beach Zionists stalled gath-
jiuj,' petitions last week and, ac-
irdinK to Jonas, intend to have
plitional signature stands in syn-
Dgues and other public places.
caf leaders to Take
fart in National Convention
Jl)r. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
|a Ell, member of the boartl of
listeea of Temple Beth Sholom.
11 participate in the national con-
pntion of the Union of American
rbrew Congregations, it was an-
punced this week in New York
' Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. pres-
ent of the congregational union,
?rent body of the nation's reform
ruples.
I Convention is the biennial assem-
|y of the Union and will take
lace in Los Angeles Feb. 13
kough 16.
I Dr. Narot, member of the com-
I'ttee on marriage, family and
yme of the Central Conference of
"mean Rabbis, will take part
a discussion on Jewish liturgy.
1 is to be a panelist in a session
Jewishj-cligious education.
[The convention will be attended
delegates from reform conge-
stions throughout the Western
Ritter announced that members
of his initial gifts committee are
Lester K. Airman, Stanley Becker-
man, David Crystal, A. J. Dimond,
A. E. Einstein, A. L. Mailman, Mur-
ray Simons and Ben Tobin.
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Attending organizational luncheon for the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Hollywood, which will act in conjunction wHh
Golden Beach on behalf of United Jewish Appeal and other
chanties, are (left to right) Ben Tobin, named co-chairman;
Julius Ritter. president of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale,
initial-gifts chairman; A. J. Dimond, founder and past president
of the Jewish Welfare Federation; and A. L. Mailman, co-
chairman.
Hollywood Federation Maps UJA, Charity Drive
The Jewish Welfare Federation
Of Hollywood held an organization-
al meeting for the 1955 annual
campaign on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal and other charities
Sunday at Hollywood Beach Hotel.
A. I,. Mailman and Ben Tobin
were named co-chairmen for the
campaign; Julius Ritter, Initial
gifts chairman; and Sidney M. Bar-
ton. Golden Beach chairman. Gold-
en Beach affiliates with the Holly-
wood group for the annual cam-
paign.
Plans lo name additional chair-
men were announced at the meet-
ing and an announcement will also
be made of the final plans for the
annual campaign dinner. A nation-
ally known celebrity is tentatively
scheduled for an appearance at the
dinner.
Those attending the meeting
were: Maynard Abrams, Nat Al-
len. Lester K. Allman, Sidney M.
Barton, Stanley Beckerman, Leo
Brecher, Louis A. Charnow. David
Crystal, A. J. Dimond. A. E.
Einstein, Milton Forman, Martin C.
Friedman, Howard L. Ganek.
Hubert W. Gordon, Julius Green,
Charles Groenman.
Sam Grundfest, Dr. Herbert Hei-
den, Max Levinson, 8yd Levison,
Jack Levits, Morris Madfis, A. L.
Mailman. Jesses J. Martin, Dr. Ber-
nard Millof, Dr. Harry Permsley,
Dr. Sidney Pachlin, Julius Ritter,
Samuel D. Rosen, K. M. Kosenthal,
Max Rosoff. A. J. Salter, Ben Sal-
ter, Jonas Schacter.
H. G. Schlafer, Eugene J. Schwa-
bach, Sidney Selinger, H. J. Siegel,
Dr. Herbert Simon, Murray Si-
mons, M. A. Solomon, Harry Spero,
Harry Stadler, Dr. I. Spiers, Ben
Tobin and Irving Zuckerman.
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branch offices are open Fridays from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
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RESOURCES EXCEED 69 MILLION DOLLARS RESERVES EXCEED 4 MILLION DOLLARS**


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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Chill,
brother of Rabbi Akiva Chill, will
officiate and discuss: "Three An-
swers 'he Jew Mu-t Give t<> a ( he-
ctic World.'" Cantor Aaron Wein-
garten will render the musical por-
tion- of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 8 30 a.m..
when Rabbi Chill will discuss:
Morals and EthicsAre They Di
vorced?" Junior services are at
9:30 am Class in Talmud will be
held at 4:15 Mincha is at 5:30
p.m.. followed by Shalos Soudos.
Rabbi Chill will preach on the
Weekly Portion. Jacob Zack will
be b
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services Bl S IS
p.m. with Rev Leo Heira
jng. services
are at 8:30 a.m.. with Ret
rendering the musii
the
Wi ekly 1
are at 10.30 a.m. !
5:15 pi: Shalos S
dos 5|
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"V i Gel W tal \
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will bold
5:30 p m. Saturday
morr I 8:30 a m.,
with Rabbi Joseph Racl
ciating and di
on K Jioi At 4 p.m., the Rab-
bi will preach Pi r
tior, i is at 4:30 p n
lowed bj SI S and Maar-
iv. Dailj are at 7 30 am.
Mincha is at 5 15 p.m. T
of the Talmud is
4 15.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
hold late Friday evening services
at 8.15 p.m Rabbi Henry Wernick
will ; Viam in
the Atomic Age Oneg Shabbat
following will be sponsored by Mr
and Mr* Prank A Ri
of their son. Alar., who will partici-
pate in tin and be-
come Bar Mil SatunU)
mon t 9 am.
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AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will h
ning sen ] 30 p.m.
day :. a.m..
with I
and d i-h in
"i p.m.,
Rabbi
Ever will preach
Portion
ISRAELITE CENTER will
Fnd:-. 5 3j
P m. I eal 815 p.m .
with Rut
ciating ar.! li seussi
ioi
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the lil irj
low.
are at 8:30 a m with R
sky preaching on the v.
tu>n. Junior services an- at
am., with i Ger-
ald 1: .ng.
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER
hold Friday ,
815 p.m.. with Rabb: B Leon Hur-
witz officiating and preaching on
the topic: Religion and Psychi-
atry." Sen-ices u-henng in the'new
month Saturday morning will be
followed by a Sabbath dinner held
for pupil- and parent- ..f the reli-
gious school and Class 3 of the
Sunday >chool. Co-chairmen are
the Meedames Samuel Miller. Gil-
bert Pre and Bernard Snetiker.
Rabbi Hurwitz and Mrs. Judith
Chernoff will represent the school
Rev Rudolph Brill will render the
musical portions of the liturgv.
: Swirskj -
Zohar. Junior services are in
Academy Hall at 10 a m
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will bold I
I 5 30 and 8 r
'.
discussing Etl
Judaism Cantor
will chant the Iilur ted by
the Center Choir under the direc
tton of 1
morning serv*
when the Rabbi will dis
Weekl) r
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will h ild Friri:
eesat 8 15 p m. Rabbi V.
will

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Means I
in Talmu
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Sped ind Hem
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in Bible is .
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TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
Firada} evening -.
8:15 p.m.. with I)r Jamb |( Kl|)
Ian. Rabbi Emeritus, officiating in
,ht- Rabbi Joseph N
Who will no guest preacher a'
pie Beth-Or in Montgomery ua
in the pulpit will be Dr Arthur
M-ynard. chairman of the Depart
ment of Religion a, the University
of Miami Subject of hi- -ermon
is scheduled a-: "Part of the Can
ccr or Part of the Answer."
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER ...I hold ^dj
;he n hh, at
,r. Rabb.
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Ou, Most
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TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER

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Bar-
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t will I
rvices an >< 9 m
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I'd Kid
du-r.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION evening
pi
1 a m.
al 6 p m followed
Seudos. Dail) services
0 a m and <> p m with
..I'd jt 8
a nv
the Weekly Portion Mincha is at
5 15 p m followed by Shalos Seu-
are at 7:30
a m and 5 45 p.m with Sunday
services l 8 am.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONORI-
GATION will hold Friday evening
5 15 and 8:30 p.m.. with
Rabbi Jonah (apian officiating and
hanging Places With
ntor Abraham Seif will
render the musical portions of the
. iturdaj morning services
are at 8 30 a m with Rabbi Cap-
Ian discussing the Weekly Portion,
to Bible i- 4 15 p.m. Min-
ill be at 5 p.m.. followed by
5, idoa Daily services are
ID and 5.30 p m.
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8 30 pm with Rabbi David Sha-
and preaching on
M Greatest Handi-
i reomc it eel-
den weddlag an
i Mrs Joseph
a UN Jo-
dei the mu
: the liturg) Hsi
ilman will direct the
FRIDAY.
I choir. Oneg Shabbat foUq,
1 be sponsored by Mr. an7*?f
'estWiegcl. SaturdayS5J
ices are at 9 a m i)4j)y
services are at 9 a m.
NORTH OAOE JEWIJh
TER will hold Friday evem,.:
ices at 8:t5 p m with Rabbi
Okolica officiating and
on the topic: "Ki w Youri
Book." Cantor Maurice sJl
render the musical p^rticiis di
liturgy, with Lucille Moor^y
ing the choir. Saturday
services are at 9 am.. m
Rabbi discussing The
Bush." Daily services are
a.m. and 7 pm

MOMTICELLO PARK CO
CATION will bold early intol
ning services at 5 30 pm t
services are at 8 30 p m.. w^i
bi Abraham Levitan discussing: Prominent Jcty
Women of America"
morning service- re-n 9
in Talmud w.ll precefcj
sen ice at 8. At 4 30 pm., 1
Levitan trill eondui 1 .1 stain
In Bible. Mincha 1- at 5:30 1
loiiowed by Maam
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Fridaj evening services al 5.40
Sal sen ices
ll< under 1
will officiate and preach on
Mount Nebo
ontther special service
Personalized Hojgodohs
(or Pastcver

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BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening service- at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 am., when Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swir-ky will officiate
and discus-: Beautiful Ideals and
Brutal Fact- Cantor Fihel Lut-
man will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Class in San-
hednn is scheduled at 4 p.m. Min-
cha will be at 5 p.m., followed by
hoL Tf BETH SHOL0M *"'
hold Friday evening services at
8:lo p.m with Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating and preaching on the
^./^^"'T^n.ies-Cairo
and Mo-cow Saturday morning
service- are at 10:45 am. when
Jeffrey son of Mr. and Mrs Sid-
ST Huberman. 701 West 47th st
H ^Te,Bar Mitzvah c*
Samuel Kelemer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
mart <* man
Jewish Trade
Look for the 2-Story Whiu
Building
Thurmond Monument Co
"AMgata $40,00 plus
CEMETERY CHARGES
^PRDOUCIS
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CONGREGATION BETH
TFILAH
presents
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DittimivhM Ciifr
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[n Redeems
iise to DP's
LEGAI? NOTICR
YORK Argentina Prcsi
nan Peron has begun to re-
lis promise of a year ago to
into Argentina 100 families
refugees remaining in the
camp in Germany, it was
need this week by Ben Tous-
UdOt of United HIAS Serv-
Iwish international migration
to whom General Peron
bde the promise.
Laid that visas for the first
Vm)o.s bw..brt'p.j9?*vfl$/v4>y
uentine CodbuI Jn-.'MUHil^O
Ja contribution toward the
\i emptying the last DP camp
(wish displaced persons at
pnwald in Bavaria, Germany,
Peron early in 1954 ac-
pd to the requests of repre-
ives of United HIAS Service
knoa Aires, and the organiz-
affiliate, Soprotimis, to
immigration visas to 100
families of the Foehren-
troup.
r reached service headquar-
pre. that while visas for only
rsons of the J"ohrenwald
In had beelfVweived by
Lrgentine Consul in Munich,
1st of the visas would be is-
they are processed in. the
tine capital.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKIIY GIVEN that
UN undersigned, desiring to ninane In
buslnesa under the rictltloui nan.....f
l-A l..\ i:i: \ I'RODl'CTH, at 111 x i;
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends
name nii the clerk
of_the in.nit Court ..f Dade County,
KOVNBR. lffAIfM8gSStUBVISa
Ait.ii ne) foi Hahtbra l*rodu< ts
/7-14-31-28
LEGAL NOTICE
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\ i IIKKKHT OIVKN that
fl. rsiKiicii. desiring to engage in
- under the fictitious Dame of
i.i.i:v i.\i-i.i:ri;isi:s (Not
H \\ lui Ave Miami,
I Bald mime
I k of the i 'inmi Court of
['Wills, Pin
I. I.....LET, Role Owner
|Y II. CAIN
Ipplli .i in
Flagler si
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|TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'i: is HEREHY QIVBN that
B i- la under the rictltloui name of
|in.l\ si Milt ik.s. at 14570
l!nt A vet: |ii.I.- Otanty, Intend*
e-t.r ...ul i ne with the <"lerk
^Circuit Couit of Dadv County,
K 8. EHUaKBBM
>n i:i:n.i:i.
ly for Applicant
fie Bldg.
1-28 1 I
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|J'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
ilerKltm .1. il.--.ning to engage In
w under the fictitious name of
\X REALTY, .it .'.749 K. W. MM
i-nd* t.i register xahi name llh
rrk ..f the circuit dint of I>ade
. FVi
MARVIN I). AIM'LK
-."4-11
?TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE is IIEREUV OmdN that
I "'I. deaiiing to .-mrage In
a iindei the fictitious nam. ol
f'.NAI. OUTDOOR BALES, at SM
i tr Street, Intenda to regia-
I"1 n ima with th Clark of the
It ..mi of Dad* County, Kl.nl.la.
HAIt.ii.n x HKCHTER
lit A MANNHE1MER
leys fm National Outdoor Bales
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CALL OUR MIAMI
OFFICE 35069.
YOUR LOCAL
TRAVEL
representative,
or Teletype
n Y 1M01
Teletype NY i-3o01
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Air Conditioning
Central locations
Fine Food__
Friendly Hospitality
Conventions,
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Enjoy the Free
Pool and
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WAiCMnl^Moiiii:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343-B
In Id- KKTATE OF
MORR1H RirHTBR, D.....I
To All l 'redltoi and \'i Pel son* n.i
Ink Ctalma 01 Demand* Against .s.ii.i
El : 11 -
Vcmi. and each of yon, are berate
notified and required to preaenl any
claim* and demands which you or
County, Kh>iil|a, futile
Hun I-It AM- It DOWLlNU, Count)
Judge of Dads County, and fits the
erne In hi* office In the County
Courthouae in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calenilar months from the
date of the fii-Ht publication hereof
Said elalma or demands t.. contain
the leKal addreaa of the clnimiint ami
to he, aworn to and presented aa afore-
Bald, or -ann- will be bam d
I late January IT, A.D.
SYLVIA RICHTER,
Am AdmlnlHtratrlx of the
Kxtate of
MORRIS ItM'IITER, Deceased
1 It. MA VERB
Au,,mi. > for Administratrix
1101-04 Cnngraaa Ul.lg., Miami, Fla.
1/21-28 2/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NQT^JJ^ OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVRM that
hy virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
St. i int. Annotated H!M1), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts.
wherein A. t). TRA.NSKKU A: WARE-
llnl'SK CO., I.\r a I l.nida corpora-
tion, by virtue of Its warehouse lien,
has In Its iHisaesslon the following de-
si rlberi ;! OFHt'K lCRMTURB AND MIS-
I'KI.I.KANOl'S STRAI'S. as the prop-
ert> of MK. I, M. IHi.VAl.l'.- >\. BT0
N K fi'tth Street: 1 IJJTT Ot-fT'l.
Sl'I'I'I.IKS, as the property of Mil. i
KAI'I.AN". mon Avenue; 1
i.nT m i scki.i.i: a Mil's FURNl
Tl'RE, a- the prop, rty of MK. \\ II.
BERT WOODS, in,. \,W. tli I'l.., ,
and that on the lui daa <( February,
irtng the legal hours of Bale,
main!} between 11:00 forenoon and
2 ihi iii the aftarnaon, at 2t>4 it. Miami
Avenue, Miami. Florida, the under-
signed shall Offer for sale to the high-
est bidder for cash In hand the above
described progert) .iv lite property of
Mr. I.. M Donaldaon, Mr. .1. Kaplan
..ml Mr Wllberl \\'.mhI.
OATEI> at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of Januar; |;'..".
A. O. TRANSFER *
WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
1/21-2S
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I'n A I.I TO Wllti.M THERE PRES-
ENTS SHAI.I. COME, GREETINGS:
When u
HARRY /.IKKIINU'K,
MIAMI BEAI'H, FLORIDA
Mlt'HAEl. Zl'KERNK'K,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
MARILYN H. MKM'I I
MIAMI BEACH, n.nltll'A
did on the 2tth day or March, A.D.
lit], cauae to be Incorporated under
Ihe provisions or fhaiiter w>. Florida
BUtutes, ROBE REALTY CO., a Cor-
noratlon, with ua pnnelpal yhoe or
iiiiHiness si Miami Beach, !?* Coun-
ty, In the Male or Florida, and where-
as the propel officer! of such corpor-
ation did on the 12th day of January,
A.D. 196.'., cause to he filed In the ol-
flce oi the Secret., i \ of State "f the
Stale of Horlda, a duly authenticated
resoli.....ii adopted b> iin' sio.Kh.iiii.i s
iin.i.i iii, provision* of aaid Phaptei
(M, Florida Siaiut.s, showing the ilis-
aolutlon of sinh corporation.
Now, therefore, Ihe Bocj'etarj o(
St.,1, does hereby certify to lh fore-
golrig and thai h. Ii satisfied that the
requirements of law have been conv
ii|;.-il with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
havi hereunto ael onrj han,i
an,I have .iifixcil the IJieal
S.-al of the Slate of Florida), at
Tnlta ne "apltal, 'his
the Twelfth day of January,
A H I"
R \. QRAY,
Be. i. t.ny of state.
(SEAL)
I 21 :,.,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hualncH* uml.r the flctltloua name of
EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. 7th Wtreet,
Miami, Florida. Intehds to reglater
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l>nde County. Florida.
It E Bl'SSEY. Sole Owner
QOLDMAN A QOLI'S'I'IMN
Attornevs for Registrant
230;| West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-2* 2/4______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EARLS COFFEE SHOP, at 220o N.W.
7th Street. Miami. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
It E. Itl'SSKY, Sole Owner
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attorney! for Registrant
Mii.t Weal Flagler street, Miami, Ha.
1'14-21-2* 2/4______
NOTICE UNDER F4CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
F.ARLS MARKET, at ItOi N.W. .9th
Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, FVnlii
It K 1IISSEY, Bole owner
GOLDMAN St GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys ror Registrant
XSvM Weet Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.
1/14-21-M V*
NOTICE UNDER F'ltfTlttOUS"
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under the ricililous nam.' or
CORAL WAY TAVERN, al MSS W,
and St., Miami. Fla Intend* to regie-
"i n..... in in. i 'lerh of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY JOHN NADICKSUERND
KF.BBLER t GARK
\n,,i nej for Applicant
1 W2 Weal Flagler St.
I/14-J1-WI .
legA. notice
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
leralgned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under the fictitious nam.- of
JEFFRY U'ARTMENTS, at 1206-
1X15, Drexel Avei le, M..... I
Fla Intend i" n glater aald name wltn
ii" Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
IlltlSO. Si U ''I. MAN
Atuiiiiev (i biullcanta
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
i 7-i4 :i-2*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigiieii. dealt Ing to eneaaa In
bualnesa under the flctltloua name of
SEA isi.K SUNDRY SHOP, at M01
t!nlllns Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of ihe circuit Court ol Dade
County, Hoi lila
LEONARD LOWENTHAL (SEAL)
ELEANOR LOWENTHAL (SEAL.)
Sole i iw ners
OEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Owners
i.nT oi\ nipia Building, Miami. Florida
1/14-21-2X 2/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B
In Ri ESTATE Of
ISIIiolt I1MJO.M, I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'i editor* and All Person i la
ions oi lie,o.mils Agalnal Bald
Bats ti
YOU. -mil each Oi you, arc hei, by
notified and required to present any
clalmi ami demand* vvhi.-h you, or
either "t you, may have against the
estate of 181 DOR BLOOM, i
laic of Dade County, Florida, to the
HON. FRANK B. DOW LING, I
.Inline ,,f I laiie '"......ly, and file the
Baffle iri liis office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
Within eight calendar month* from the
date of i in in si publication n< > eof,
Bald iaim* oi demand* to contain the
, hit, aa of the claim.iiii and to
lid i'iesented ,i-
Bid, OI s;, ,,e vv ,! 1 1 I,;,- |.i| S,
tl.ui il'o .,f the INI Probate Act.
iv-0/.'V.'","f"l*"i,""i <*''ftl*fl3V
ISII a |R r.l.i i. ,\l I .....ted.
BERICK, SHAPIRO .v FRIED
Attorneys for Administratrix
1/21-28 I III
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ricililous name of
I'A.MXKIl i'AMNKR. at 4:isi S\V.
13th Terrace, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
I'nuii of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN CAMNER
IRWIN l> CAMNER
Sol.- owners
LEONARD KALIBH
A t toi in \ f"i Applicants
1001 DuPont lilili:.
L I4-.-1 -.-. I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
n undei the flctltlou* name of
Al.liK's, NEWS, .ii lost Alton Roa I
Miami Iteai-h. intends to peg ti -i d
nam.- with the Clerk of the Circuit
c.iiut of r 'oil i 'ountv. Florida
ALFRED MART
MORTON M BEIGEL
ittornej for Applicant
Blacayne isidg.
1/21-28 2/4-11________________________
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 32343. B
RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS RICHTER, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition ror
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the .state ,.f MORRIS RICHTER. de-
ceased: and that on the 21st day of
January, IMS, will apply to the Hon-
orable FRANK It iMiWI.IN'il. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said rinal report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of MORRIS RICHTER, de-
ceased. -
This 2Mh day of December, 1934.
SYLVIA RICHTER.
Administratrix of Ihe Estate
of Morris Richter, Dei cased.
I. R. MATERS
Attorney for Administratrix
12'31 1/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355
EI LEE N I W N B B, Plaintiff,
\ s *
RIciiard T. DOWNES, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO RICHARD T DOWNES
It 17th Road
While sione, Long island
New York ,Q
YOU ARE HEREBY ROTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce and Oth-
er it.-lief ha* been filed agalnal I ou,
.ic,i |, i bj i i'i in ed i" -ei v.- a copy
V'- : '' 'he 'omolaint lor
.in,I i It hi r Relief, "n the
Plaintiff* attorneys, OENET *
GEN ET, 120 I.iii' oin Road,
Reach, Florida, and file the original
Answer In the office of the ci.uk of
the circuit Court, on or before the
7th daj of February, IH6, on De-
gree Pro Coiii.ssn will he entered
:o.' i :n"t you.
DATED it Miami. Florida, this Srd
day of January. IMI
E It. LEATHERN!AN.
Clerk, circuit Curt.
Dade County, Florida
By: R H. RICE, JR.
i Seal! Deput) Clerk
GENET X GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla.
1/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B
In R-. ESTATE >F
A.n.n.V nillilA.V, also known as
ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE
CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK,
ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA
FOREMAN ami
ASK A HAKii a K. 1......ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- II.iv
Ing claims oi Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each Of V',u, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
culler of you, may have against the
estate of anna FORMAN, etc., de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the H"S FRANK B, UOWL1NG.
COunty Judge of Dade County, and
file thp same in his office in the
county Courthouae in i>aie County,
Florida, within eigni calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Bale claim* or demands to
com.mi the rags I the claim-
ant ami t..... -win i, to ami presented
as afore a* Id, same win be barred.
n 120 of the in:!! Probate
Ai '
January 17, A.D, 1955,
HEH1IERT s sii tPlRi
As Admlnlsti ator i A
of the Estate of
ANNA FORMAN.
1 le, .
BERICK, SHAPIRO a FRIED
! administrator '' T \.
I 21-28 .l-n
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B
IN RI. ESTATE OF
ANNA FORMAN, .ilso known a*
ANNA CHART< a K. ANNIE
CHERTOK, ANNIE ell VRTOCK,
ANNIE 1 ORMAN, ANNA
FOREMAN and ASK A
CHARTOi'K. Decea I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OI sail DECEDENT:
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
In said Court. You are herein com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice to appeal in tald Court
and show cause. If any am ,an. Whj
mm of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
Utll c\ OKi'i
FRANK B. BOWLING,
County Judge
- B) JENNIE i.. BLANTON,
clerk
(C I SKAI.I
1 _'l -_' ( 1-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOODY'S SANDWICH SHOP, at l!
N.E. 1st Ave.. Alnsley Bldg., Miami,
Fla., Intends to register the said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
Dade County, llorida.
QOODTS KKSTAIRANT CORP.
?v liw'ln Kass. IVesldent
tt-t Hai rv Rosen, Secretary
HARRY ZCKKRNICK
Attorney for Applicant
42" LlniNdn Itrstd. Miami Beach. Fla.
UVII 1/7-H-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW.
NOTRE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engace In
huvluess under Ihe fictHlniis name oi
MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RE8-
TACRANT A CATERERS, at 451 Col-
llna Ae. Miami Reach, Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade Couaty.
Florida.
SAM DHl'TSCII, Sole Owner
MALV1N ENOLANDER
Attorney for Applicant
311 Lincoln Rd.
1J/24-H 1/7-1*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE N0..34197.A
in RE:
of
FRANK s Rl 'BERTS, Dec, i
ORDER OF PRESUMPTION
OF DEATH
This cause cqralng on to be I......I
before me, pursuant to notice iuiv
publishes .,- required i" law, and the
curt havl evidence in eup-
t,i t ,,i the Petition heretofore filed
-. in bj Blani he B Robi rts that
I-RANK s ROBERTS, husband of
Petition *en absenl fron I i !'
i ouni foi mine Hi.in sex en ) i i
I ng the .laie oi said i'
.nil is believed to be dead; and the
Court being *atlsfied niat the legal
presumpl lop of the death of a* Id
.-RANK S ROBERTS lias been estab-
lished, and the Courl being; fully ad-
1 In the pleiin.-i
IT IS THEREl'PON ORDERED
that FRANK s ROBERTS be, and he
(s he inici to lie dead.
IT IS FURTHER I IRDERED that
this Older shall be published oni a
week for four consecutive week* In
a newspaper In Hade Count'. Horlda:
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
FRANK s ROBERTS, said supposed
decedent, if alive, or any person for
him. shall produce to this Court Within
three months from the date of the
first publication of this notice satls-
factory evidence of his continuance In
life: falling which the relief requested
In said Petition "hall be granted.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 11th day of
January, 1956. .
W K I'.l. \NTON. County Judge
81 MON Ho FF A BIMONHOFF, Atiys
Bayahore Drive. Miami. Fla.
1/14-21-28 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business under 'in- flctltlou* narm
BERNIE'S MEN'S SHOP, al It". N u .
utii St., Ml* i -i Intends ion
lei s.iii name with Hi' Clerk ol
lit I 'oin i of I 'ai.- Count). Flo
BERNARD C GREEN8TEI
I/14-Z1 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY. No. 17i;22
BERTHA SK ILK \. Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK HKALKA, Defends
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOl J MK BKALKA
Mi- d. Blumenthal
Bdgle) Avenue
' ,1, ii isi i. I', mi- |
Yi il ale lid i l.\ i.-iiiiii i ,1 'i. -' v*
i-opy of .. Bll
i 'omplalnl u|H>n liainnff- atsw
and i" file your Original An
Ihe ifflce of the Clerk of this C
on oi befoi a the 14th dai of Fen u
othei \v ise, i he Bill of Corapl
for Divoic. heretofore filed aga
you will l.e taken as ronfeased hj
Dated al Miami. Florida, this
daj of January. IMS,
E. B, I. i:\TIIERMA.V.
clerk, circuit Court o
I laie i 'ouni v. Florida
By Joan C TRN'oYi: .
i ievut) Clerk
Name and address of
I'lalntlfis Attornes
NORMAN It. LYONS
91*-*12 Olympls Building, Miami, I
I 14-21-UJ 2/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEREHY OIVEN t i t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under the flctltlou* nam*
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SHOP; LEES LEATHERGOODS:
LEE'S HANDBAGS; LEE'S BAG!
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H'OGAOB; LEE'S HANDBAGS *
LEATHERGOODS; LEE'S LUGGAGE
AND LEATHERGOODS, at 421 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida. In-
land to register said name wui
clerk or the Circuit Court "f |
County, Flo
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lY. JANUARY 21, 1955 *Je*ls*nprkitor) PAGE 5 B end your tavorita recipa to The Jewish Floridian, toothr with name and address. If you hava a recent photograph, you may I* it with your ontry. Should your recipe appear in this column, (ill be praaanted' with a copy of "Tha Book of Jewish Recipes." lining 500 kosher recipes and a Foreword on the principles of ry. the telephone have come nests withift-two weks for new idea" for using chopped for a main dish. This can pan that cold weather and Ibomo-makers are seeking •us to adequate nourishWell, we came up with a Ideas, arid here are some (want to add to your recipe Chopped Meat Mixture chopped beef Wiiim size carrot, grated fcdium size onion, grated pdium size potato, grated >r U cup cooked rice ft and pepper or paprika taste Dine well with a work or and use in any of the folrecipes as directed. This of meat mixture is suffiir 4 servings as a main dish. > • • •t Balls with Raisin Sauce Rumanian Style tails of the basic meat mixDt larger than one inch in pr. Drop these in hot meltnaltz or all-purpose shortenoil) about •> inch deep in frying pan. Let cook over r> heat till nicely browned, to brown all over. Drain fit of the fat, if desired. Add leedJen raisins, 2 tablelemon juice, 4 tablespoons sugar, and enough boiling I to almost cover the meat the frying pan. Cover and a simmer about 20 minutes. Ithe raisins are puffed and \> thickened Do not stir nts unless necessary. Ihoi over a bed of cooked poodles, shells, mashed poand garnish with minced Variations can be made |tting the raisins and adding 'rt to Head Iders Group M. Albert was recently as 1955 president of the Builders Association of [Florida, regional affiliate of f i A ssociation of Home I berly a NAHB regional vice Bert and a rr of the nl direcAlbert asthis office a b a c k|d of contini x p erience |l phase* of t ruction ac~ince 1929. Ihis inaugurpldress, Alo u t li ned [> the five main goals of his ni-fration to be the adoption %  county-wide sewage program, |l'on ( ,f builders to save more better relations with FHA tter relations with other Fnts of the building industry f 'W '•-nient of the financial jure of the association in orjnat more service be given to public and the industry. P'ng with Albert for 1955 are Jones, Jr.. first vice presiWilliam M. Porter, 2nd vice oent; Patrick J. Lyons, secreItreasurer; and directors John ptty, Emil J. Gould, David B. pan, Charles I. Babcock, Sr, I 1 '-J Stokes, Vincent J. De"avid D. Pollack, William E. '•<> and Perry E. Willits. thick tomato sauce or V 4 cup tomato sauce diluted with water to cover the meatballs. Cook in same way. • • Vegetable Filled Meat Loaf Line a loaf pan witrTalumfhum frilf 4hat extends over lonn sides of pan about 1 inch. Press the chopped meat mixture inside of pan evenly so that it comes K of the way up sides. If any meat mixture remains, set it aside for topping over the filling. Fill with a mixture of freshly cooked peas and carrots or a package of the fresh frozen variety, seasoned to taste with salt, pepper, a pinch of sugar and/or mixed herbs. Add 3 tablespoons of fine cracker or bread crumbs (or matzo meal) and mix well. Turn this mixture into the meatlined pan, press the remaining chopped meat in small bits over the filling, bring the overhanging aluminum foil over to almost cover and bake 30 minutes at 375 or till nicely browned on top. If handled carefully, this filled meat loaf can be lifted out onto a serving platter by sliding it out then removing the aluminum foil. Or, invert on a heated platter and remove the foil. Garnish with browned potatoes, baked potatoes on the half shell, or cooked spaghetti mounds. Alhtrt UGUST BROS R> / Variety Children's Hospital Cites Wolfson, Meyer Variety Children's Hospital and the Variety Club's annual awards and installation banquet was highlighted by the presentation of their second annual "Good Samaritan" award to Mitchell Wolfson and Sidney Meyer, co-owners of Wometco Theaters and WTVJ. The affair took place last week at the Algiers hotel. Both Wolfson and Meyer were the unanimous choice of the award committee. They have already been cited for outstanding public service by city, county, state and national officials. Part of the evening's rogram included the installation of the 1955 officers of Variety Club. Edward Melniker, of t h e chief barker's committee, installed Maurey L. Ashmann, chief barker; Hal Kopplin, first assistant; Stanley Berenson, second assistant; Stanley Stern, property master; and Sandy Bronstein, dough guy. ffiasfflS"" 1 MEATS STUNB rot Mum-uma FM AMIOH •Eft CAN 5 KOSHER VARIETIES 0SMI FOODS t0M IKI CRSOlt 0 MANISCHEWITZ tih*n mm Miss Farrell to Sing Wagner, von Weber Recording and concert artist Eileen Farrell will be soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Sunday and Monday evenings at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. John Bitter will conduct the orchestra in readings of Souvenirs, Ballet Suite Op. 28 by Samuel Barber; Symphony No. 8 in B minor, the "Unfinished" by Franz Schubert; and Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Weber by Paul Hindemith. Soprano Eileen Farrell will be heard in "Ozean du Ungeheuer" from Oberon by Carl Maria von Weber; "Elsa's Dream" from Lohengrin by Richard Wagner; and arias from "The Telephone" and "The Consul" by Gian-Carlo Menotti. ARE YOU F A R B L U N J E T ? FREE Send today for your free copy of the wonderful new Jewish-English "Handbook ef Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions". See "Farhiunjet" en page 34; also "Tiufcheppentsh". See "Hocken A Cheinik" en page 6. Sea 222 Jewish words, expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fen, laughs, educational for the whole family. For your free copy, write to: J. 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[y, TANUARY 21, 1955 -Jmlst ihrldUnn PAGE 9 A Hose to Lead David Service Lturday, Jan. 22, Alan, son inri Mrs Frank A. Rose, will Bar Mitzvah al Beth David | S a seventh grade student [lancloah Junior High School, „,, (it Beth David Boy Scout L,„l is active in the Teenage \il League. Lnusual feature of Beth Davv Friday night service will In'participation in selected Live readings. He will also Tthe Kiddush and recite a prayer that he has preRose is past president of javld Sisterhood, as well as /action chairman, SoutheastIRegion, United Women's of the United Synagogue Jenca. Mr. Rose has been ac|n lieth David for over 12 having served as vice presiBml United Synagogue youth IT li.it present financial secreOneg Shabbat following Friki the congregation. L In services, as well as the Lh which will follow Satur^lornuig services, are being ired by Mr. and Mrs. Rose %  of Alan. Melnick Named ith (iroup Head Anne Melnick has been \A chairman of the Greater Zionist Youth Commission, youth agency of Hadassah tiic Zionist Organization of |ca elected at a recent meeting Joseph Pardo and Mrs. Ceil le. vice chairmen; Mrs. Rose |)n. recording secretary: Phyl>man, corresponding secreBenjamin Appel, treasurer; lei Broad, financial secrelid Bricklin. former director Philadelphia Zionist Youth was 'appointed local r Melnick. who is a past presIl.-nrietta Szold Chapter i sah, announced that (he r.i/ed commission is stressm organization of Young Ju groaps in newer residential which do not yet have Jewfilters or synagogues. jni; Judaea offers education Idaism and Zionism to pre[;iii I teen-age children. Mrs. Aunt ei Society Plans Day Monday 1 Miami Auxiliary of the Wi <'"iisumpUves' Relief So' "ill sponsor its annual Tag "i 'II parts of Miami Beach, "> Jan. 24. "airmen are Mrs. Morris Golusand Mrs Sam Schwartz. Funds f'l will bo wed to send tuberrand cancer patients from this the hospital at Denver, Col. Ira Iftiberman To be Bar Mitzvah Ira Samuel Imberman will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Jan. 22. Ira is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Imberman, 5280 SW 5th st. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, with Cantor Berele Kelemer ren dering the musical portions of the liturgy. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, where he is president of his class. He has attended the Academy since first grade. Ira is also a member of Boy Scout Troop 89 and Young Judaea. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at Madison Apartment hotel. 259 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Births Mr and Mrs. M. D. Stubins, of 3441 SW 21st st.. announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey, Dec. 19. Grandparents are Mrs. I. Joseph Mazo, Miami Beach and Washington. DC. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stubins, East Orange. N.J. • • • Susan May Gillman. born Dec. 29, joins Jacqueline Ann, 6; Marjorie Carol. 5; Stephen Bernard. 4; and Barbara Lee, 2. They are the | childrenof Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Gillman, Coral Gables. Grandparents are the Louis Gershenfelds. Atlantic City. N.J, and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Gillman, Augusta. Ga. • • Recent births in the Greater Miami area also include the following: Deborah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baan, 651 Plover ave. Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldstein. 12330 NW 17th ct. Wayne Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman. 2902 SW 25 ter. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Abraham Friedman Dec. 30. Twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stiriz Dec. 31. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mardenfeld Dec. 30. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg Jan. 4. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Bcrtran Levy Jan. 4. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Leonard Platt Jan. 8. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dayan Jan. 9. Tamara Chapter Sends Lunch Proceeds to Israel More than 50 women attended the "Chai" luncheon held at the home of Mrs. Israel Yulish last Tuesday under the auspices of the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi. proceeds of which are going towards the maintenance of the Mizrachi Women's Homes in Israel. Mrs. Alfred Stone. Tamara president. announced that "this year there will be a still greater need for funds in the Mizrachi Homes and Villages, necessitated by influx of 75.000 more children who are being evacuated from North Africa and taken care of by the Mizrachi Women's Organization." Next meeting is on Tuesday evening, Jan. 25. at the Alcazar hotel. Mrs. Ginsbwg Named Music Festival Chairman; Concert Scheduled March 2 DPhiE Mothers' Club To Hear Review "View from Pompey's Head," by Hamilton Basso, will be the book reviewed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein at the Jan. 22 meeting of the Delta Phi Epsilon Mother's Club slated for the home of Mrs. Charles Ludwig, 1901 South Miami ave. Mrs. Albert Dubbin is chairman of arrangements, and will be assisted by the Mesdames Hilma August, Ida Nieberg, Zona Schwadron and I. S. Shappoff. A dessert coffee will follow with %  M Frances Orlin and Fran Levyin charge of refreshments. Mrs. Yetta Lazarus. Estelle Wexler and I Margaret Milgrim will pour. Mrs. Miriam Stein is president of the group. Proceeds of the event will go to the Cancer Society. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg has been appointed chairman of the annual Jewish Music Festival for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president. This festival will be in the form of a community-wide observance of National Jewish Music Month which is sponsored each year by the National Jewish Welfare Board, of which GMJCC is the local affiliate. "In bringing to the attention of the public the musical achieve merits of the Jewish people, special note will be taken'in the cur rent festival of the fact that this year marks the 300th anniversary of Jewish life in America," Mrs. Ginsburg revealed. Coming from a background of varied organizational experience, Mrs. Ginsburg is also president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Women's Committee of Brandeis University. She has also held office with the Sisterhood of Temple : Emanu-El and the PTA of Miami I Beach High School. Other organizations with which she has been associated include Mt. Sinai Hospital Women Map Details to Take Part in International Confab Mrs. Monte Selig. chairman of the Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds, announced this week that plans are being made for members of the women's division to serve as hostesses for the International Mobilization Conference which will be held in the Hotel : Fontainebleau at the end of the month. A meeting was held in the home of Mrs. Selig earlier to dicuss plans for arranging a h501 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. Progran ti;>bsjan prepared by Mrs. Homer Rievman. membership chairman, and co chairman Mrs, Florence Urkowitz. WIIWI COXVALEStBNT HOME 335 S.W. 12* Ava. LEO ALLEN, Director P*. 2 5437 o-d -027l Special.! ing in Cart to the tUtrlf and Chrtnicmirf III 24 Hour Nursing Service Special Diets Strictly Observed Privets Mid Semi-Private Reams Stephen Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Raymond, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Jan. 22, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School and attends the fourth grade of the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. LEARNING TO LIVE SCHOOL tf MIAMI BEACH DAY ami RESIDENT KINDERGARTEN THRU COLLEGE PREP Member or American Schools and Colleges Association Approved by United States Attorney General ^ SwvAuu -fa***** the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •reg. 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PAGE 6 A Mrs. Weintraub Reveals Mother March Plans Cor a ol tar 1 Mirer : r D:nvMr* "•.' %  -. for the %  true of that • -ch J-• : downtown r-= mother* workm* under thi leader Mr.-•• be %  %  P5 Red Feather Drive Approaches Goal %  • %  Shers to Host Party Fcr Israel Trustees FRIDAY. JANUA RY! Zionists to Meet ,n* i :be R,,,"^ mm, f f^| l*M %  %  %  — i ^^.B. .-,11 be the *!** H Le will read „-„ rheon of trw rf Wt Urael Zioni>t Di*-i week's news fn>m i r4 | Yiddish-American Vodvil IS COMING BACK TO THi MIAMI BiACH CAMEO NEXT WEDNESDAY f .'if tia Shew Start: MAX aad tOSf 90ZYK. UON Starts srm STEM, noawci miss Jan. 26th SAM HUMCWTMI, HAM rotm *anfl %  -. • rn •.. %  %  %  %  -' %  %  > he r i f TWENTY-EIGHTH STASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI JOHN BITTER^ontiijetof EILEEN FARRELL urtmlK iprum9 m 0 SI iO I -fC — Cera'ia'. ** .D>d# C 211 Oi' HtM — MB. 2'i L flo*d DON COSSACK CH% jf ILv Ted Mack to MC Palsy 'IV.tthon • mas • a i • %  %  and hundreds I otl and tafteaU -r-ri: crusade."' he laa 30 %  1999 IFYOUSUFFER PAIN*"" !" 1 iteuttms RELIEF tw an. Mars war. %  --i*,.aoc^, %  t I mt aaha t'i< "i N art*. araaV at knixw. >••.•*. — I SHEET Mn/U WORKS • 414 S.W. 22aa AVL Pfc. 4-SAaa • ""-' '.V '*' """* -•„. ^ Sj fct'attar, war* r Birthday Celebration %  Stringiellow Addresses ft. lauderdc/e Conjrega.'ion %  U B Lauderdaie lad • hile adn be atomic age ( either or both 11 %  pointed out (tic qrittm c : **ed* of its own ikaliyil benefits from the he belief in God We ir. .\menca recognize God Gnat Anktted i ta \-erse." he said Rabbi Marius Ranson conducted the sen ice and introduced Mr WilaAfaltw ; Miami Beach High School ; 1420 Drtitl toM l January 30th, 8:30 p.m. | JfrVISH THFAT*£ ana CAU COMCfRT "Sweet Land of Liberty" 'omewi Jewish %  • tfl UH BONUS [MJChiEl CiESOh WUNi BEIN T. DUBIKSM I I Droma Music Comedy', fr ItitnutiMi Call 58-8037 or 48-1943 Aaspim FaiBAMO | 6t*T!l MIAMI ADMISSION KCUUR HOME SERVia ott*WTW00D TERMrTEs"" ERADICATED KM* TINT METHOD Onrw, TRULY NOIEN 82-6441 Ur INOW tT A WOil fMiOM OMANiZAnoif THRILLING SONGS and SFECTACUIAK DANCING Dade County Auditorium, 2901 W. Flogler St. Saturday, February 5, 1955 — 1:30 pjn. ONE NIGHT 0*1 T fcaaMMl at ST. KM. VUIIMW OtTNOOOX CM TKKITS: S1.00 %U $f J Oa >oU na of Da4, Caaatv Aaaitariajaa. *n^ Waat Ha^kf St %  Btock lod.e C. 121* Ua


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PAGE 8 A rjenls* fhrk0Of> FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 18SS • .1? i i," Miss Judith Goldberg Becomes Bride Of David Meddin in Candlelight Ceremony Miss Judith Goldberg became the bride of David Lawrence Meddin in ceremonies Dec. 26 in the Gen-' eral Oglethorpe hotel of Savannah. Ga. Rabbi Isidore Barnett officiated. Rudolph Jacobson presented the program of nuptual music. The candlelight rites were performed beneath a canopy of pink roses and smilax before a background of standards of white gladioli and palms,. Mrs. Meddin is the daughter of Mrs. Ina Alpern Goldberg of Miami, and George Goldberg, Miami Beach. Mr. Meddin is the son of! | Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meddin. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of tulle and chantilly lace over taffeta. The fitted bodice of lace was fashioned with a high neckline and long sleeves pointed over the hands, and the bouffant skirt of tulle featured lace insets and was ankle length. Her shoulder-length veil of illusion was attached to a crown of seed pearls, and she carried %  Bible covered with white orchids and valley tiles. The bridal Bible belonged to Mrs. David 1. Meddin newlywedded Mrs. Mechlin's sister on the occasion of her marriage Mrs. Arthur J. Lyons, of Miami, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown was of pink tissue faille, and she carried an old-fashioned nosegay of pastel flowers. Mr. Meddin served as his sons best man. and ushers were Arthur Lyons. Dr. Maurice Fields. Roger Meddin and Dr. M. M. Schneider. Mrs. Goldberg selected for her daughter's wedding a mauve taffeta dress with a corsage Of white orchids. Mrs. Meddin, mother of the groom, chose grey chantilly lace over champagne taffeta. Her corsage was of yellow orchids Following the ceremony, a dinner was served at the hotel. The bride's table was decorated with arrangements of white roses, valley lilies, pompon-, smilax and gladioli, flanked by candlesticks Mrs. Sidney Alpern. aunt of the bride, registered the guests in the brides book. Mrs Sol Lesser assisted. For their wedding trip to New York the bride chose a suit of wine wool, complemented by black acce isories, Miss Stieglitz Plans For June Wedding June wedding Is in the funm-a Miss Sandra Stiegllti and SI D Angel. Their engagenn nl U an nounced bs her parents, lira Bea trice Stieglttz, 1587 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, and Louis Stlegutz, New York City Mr Vngel ithe son ol Mr ana M,. Harrj Angel, l"? Collins ave Miami Heach. The couple have dated since lush school days Both are graduates ol Miami Beach High, where Sandra was a coronation queen she attended the University of Florida, was a member ol the cheering squad She inow a student at the University of Miami and will receive her degree in elemental-} education .'an 31. Her fiance ian honor graduate of the IF and is now attending the I'M law school. He ia member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, honoraries, and Zeta Beta Tau, social fraternity. Starks Announce Davida's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Jules Stark, of Hay Harbor Islands, Miami Beach, an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Davida Ruth, to Jerome Ferguson Wyman. son of Mr ami Mr<; Bernard Wyman, Worcester, Mass. Mi-Siark attended William and Mary College and was graduated from the Universit) ol Miami School of Music She la member of Sigma Alpha iota, national women'honorarj music sorority Mr. Wyman was graduated from Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, Mass., and the University ol Massachusetts lbia veteran of World War II A June weddin planned. Feinbergs EnteruJ At Castle Residence Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Feink— of 2288 SW 27th ter.,.,,^^ a group of former high ,<£ classmates and friends -,i a re *• J in the home of Mrs i H CJJ* Guests had not swn each otw for over six years. The celthssuT also marked Mrs. Feinberg's birth day. Present at the affair were l r and Mrs. Frank Greenbei g. Mr jj Mrs. Ronald Levitt, Mr and Mn Robert Parent. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Weinstein, Mrs. Mnberg's sister and brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs Irving Hotfman. Mr. Hillery Silver'. man, Mr. Morton Levin. Mivs Joa, Sail and Mr. Jerome Sclmlman All are residents of ih, Greater Miami area. Lann m ,• \'i< lor Mrs. Steven A. Barbash Miss Cherry Weds Professor of Art MisMaxine Cherry and Steven A. Barbash were married in ceremonies on Sunday. Jan. 9. in Maxine's home. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Kmanu-El spiritual leader, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherrv, 7970 Biscayne Pt. drcle. Mr. Barbash is the son of the Martin Barba-hes, New York City. Miss Marcia Barbash. sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, with Mrs. Henry Reinhard. sister of the bride, acting as matron of honor. Best man was Herbert Schulman. Lesley Reinhard. niece of the bride, was flower girl, with Marc Reinhard. the brides nephew, acting as ring bearer. Newlywed Mrs. Barbash, w h 0 wore a French antique white -t;,r sapphire given her by her parent-, graduated from Miami Beach High School and is now a music student at Bard College. Anondaleon-Hudson. New York. Mr. Barbash graduated from Bard and was recently appointed Professor of Art History there Following the wedding, a dinner for 150 guests was -erved at the home of the bride's parents The couple will be at home in Red Hook. NY., after a two-month tour of the South. .Miss Silberman Fiancee of Engineer Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Silberman of Key West are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sondra Harriet, to Lieutenant Gerold Jay Schiffman. USNR. Miss Silberman, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Redlich, 129 SW 21st ave.. has been a Miami resident for the past three years She attended the University oi Florida and is now a student at Long i.sland University in New York. While a resident in Miami, she was vice president of Sharel Chap ter. B'nai Brith. Lt. Schiffman. son of Mrs. Ida Schiffman and the late Irving Schiffman. received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and is now stationed in Bayonne, N.J. He is also enrolled in the engi neering graduate division of New York University. A July wedding is planned. Torcih Temple was the setting for the marriage of the former Evelyn Urdang. 7024 Meridian ave., to Stanley F. Cohen. The morning rites were performed by Rabbi Louis A. Cassel, assisted by Cantor Berele Kelemer. Peitzman, Grabosky Exchange Vows Wedding tup to Palm Springs and Hawaii followed the Dec 28 afternoon marriage of Mrs Sally Friedland Peitzman ami .lack Grabosky, at the Palm Beach homo oi her pai, HI.. \ir and Mrs G< Friedland. 'I'lio bridegroom 1the son ol Mr-. William Pleet, Philadelphia, I'. The bride's sister, MrArnold Cohen, was her onlj attendant. Jaj Sablosky oi Miami Beach wu man. Adelman Bar Mitzvah Slated lames Adelman. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Adelman. will become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Sa urday. Jan. 22. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School and attends the eighth grade of the Sunday school of Temple EmanuHa Dana Danton Weds In Home Ceremony Dana Danton became the bride "f Jacob Ashendorl Jan. 2 in a small family ceremony performed b> Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. in the home of her parent-. Mr an,! Mrs Charles Danton. 5448 La Gorce dr. The bride.,,-,,,,,,, | s „,,. M1 „ ,,, Mrs 1,1a A-hendorf. Muskegon Mich md „„. ,,„, Mr Avn! Mi| %  The couple's wedding trip took h "-'he Caribbean. They win live in Muskegon. Mrs. Goldman to Plav Host in Gables Home MrI.ou Goldman will be hoso memberof the Herzl Group Of Iludassah for an Oneg Shabbat in her new home at 6501 Granada bUd.. Coral Gables, on Saturday afternoon. Jan. 22 y C^Tr-W n,ng Ro^son. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, win talk on "Jewish Music Then and song, and Wi U,US,rate S! Mrs. Aaren Newman, education chairman. ,s i„ charge o{ arra a n g PERSONALLY SPEAKING !" Abraham Wolf.on haU his guests indaughter and son-in-law, Mr and MrHerbert Shapiro, of Spartanburg, S.C. MrShapiro ithe former Miriam Wolfson who attended high school in Miami Beach, studied ai Adelphi College I" ( "' r(l,n Citj and ;,t Columbia I mversity Mr Shapiro .a grad""' ol the University of South ar p"n nd 1In the wholesale business with hihroiher Sidney He 1a pa-t prc-ident of the South '• %  roiina Lodges of B'nai lSrith 1111 Shapiro have three sons. Also guests of i, r B/oUson are M.ldred Wolfson. his daughter-in-law, wife of pr Oliver w Wolfson. and her WO children. Dr Wolfson ,,n the Army. %  it Mr and Mrs „arr> H Rogers, of ;' "'?, "' N """ Beach, h.,vo :',. u n "' 1 """' Louisiana where the) visited their son \ r J ur h graduate student far (he l hi) ... I,:;;", Jewish leader Emanuel Dofl ,d npptai. chairman of thi> attasfiSS-'e Stein. Spaniep Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stein, 728 I-enox ave Miami Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Roberta Gail, to Melvin Same*. The bride-elect attended schools in Great Neck. NY., graduated from Miami Beach High School and now attends the Universin of Miami, where she is a pledge of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr Spanier. son of Mr and Mr.. I-idor Spanier. 1025 Lenox ave., Miami Beach, is a graduate ol New York Institute of Photography and l.indsey Hopkins Vocational school. He is also active in Boy Seoul work and is leader of a troop in Miami Beach. Miss f***rt* 6. irein Mrs. Zeit He veals Barbara's Betrothal Mrs. Clara Zeit. 9M 15th -' Mi* ami Beach, announces the en,'a-<', snent of her daughter, Barbara J Francine, to Robert Loeb. son of Mrs. Klorry Loeb. 1987 Met id.an ave, and William Loeb. 'oral Cables. Miss Zeit is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, wher, -he was active in the National Forensic League. Her fiance attended Miami Beach High and the University of Miami. %  if :' %  : isiSwaHWs Mill Bmrmmr* Uit



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PACT < A •Jei*tfks*#m FRIDAY. 1AKUAPY 21, jj *v. a K the ;he~c*s Anc-c tie shattered Jewries o: • ".'. &c-t—ererr. r-_-o--e economic integration is a <-> a T -.. ioremos: necess2y one the _.-. so.-.oc= —ore o-re —'^ boya and y~'.£ the bodes —wntinl io o:;..~v.r.o r rr.e-oos —s o: s*c:h_ty This ye-orr Zr~ o^edror.es '.he "5th ye-orr Bines .•s foandiog The oro-rro-rr.s .: .= DOW :;:.:u:::ng ~e evidence (hod ~rer thiee- will record that the rebirth f Isnrl .mrnt of the twentieth centur;. • • • • EARLIER ELABORATING on precisely what has been dose, Ri^ J 1U spiritual leader, recounted his re the Jewish State as a member of I me that Rabbi Lehrman perforsH service during the course of his remark' !* I of agency needs m the Greater ^ y regarded as secondars specially %  the urgent necessity of assurnsjan I ndep,ndence of Israel for spiritual andM-i nd hile one is eessek > %  the fund ra.sing relation*!-; betae* uonal UA. a is noneth.!. <&*\ %  • %  %  • i-oh. loyally -sofl-pedallf.1 :.o U I Pretends that the? ar, %  > the MX local Federation .ffilute arflH %  m the CJA dnve th ^' •<-cl.rihcat.on of the complex that at th. GreaW %  mpha*ued the goals of i •be Sunday evening dinner ia| included among them an extrernel> .-.terestiajj %  be often diffident nature of our >outt' %  : % % %  > .th Jewish affair., their emrerraw-J t parenu ways, their distaste for the YiuJaJ cruc.olemwluehwlor S : ^ ':"• Eur.nean orld-tbe ctmsedian m..t r. PK %  • %  ring on which was • %  graved the f wear this ring at the last dinner |>*J Truman n the White House. I have n < > ^J •; l, r the present Administn.',* n -11 the espected sound and fury of1| mum, i (en '-boa H,|i| >w managed | A pp. il | hemsT


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PAGE 6 B +Jel&rkrkM!>r GLOBAL SHORTS Massachusetts Governor Wants Israel In Defense Pact BOSTON UN— Goi H Herter. of Massachusetts, in an addre last weekend before the New England regional conferi of the American Zionist Council, expressed confidence in the ility ar.d future of the State of ; :,ni called for the inclusion nee. Peaceful lion of is •the mos I • i Head of Israel Mission Guest at German Reception \ N n A who the per %  i %  i I Prague Jewish Population Shows Sharp Decline to 1,850 MUNICH WNS] — The number of Jews in Prague. CiechosJovakia's capital, which was 36.000 in 1939 and 6.100 after the end of the Nazi iiccu: 1.850. according to a report received by Radio Free Europe h< I percentage of U pop: elderly people. Ben-Gurion Discusses Two Party System With Leaders %  %  %  ti New fudge JoFRIDAY, JANUARY „ MOVE THE CAREFREE WITHERS WAY.' P H Q^ JfaMline* Mim'i OKeii l* One oi Iki Saall'i l,,. tv LjM| Dite !•< Our %  %  t 0 o •* Ma, e £tZ*&* Judge Learned Hand, dean of mists, has been ran Jewttee lo re ia!adle of jn's 46 YIAR5 MIAMI > %  *Ebcn Tenders Luncheon in Honor of Henry Byroade WASHES %  Pro-Percn Argentine Jewish Leader Given Top Position > AIRES septa M. Proskaue:, : aake lc judge Italian Penal Cede Will Outlaw Racial Prejudice w To or Frtm Any Point is the United • Local Moving a Spttsfl S tltes... Complete, Ti meTei te i Packiat mi Mevis| Services Ftirirshiap Btauii i Cripui VM Until OttbiM** • C w U n n AiiiMkk Far Eery Pvraeu Estimates Fvrnish*d Without Cost or Obligation Lhkir region, in the Urals Thia was reveai*d in the latest copy of 'Pravda." official Communist newspaper, received here this week from Moscow PER YIDDISHER FORUM MEETS EVERY SATURDAY. 8 a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 1415 Ear lid A.eaet, Miami Bo-'''~1. s %  Valtaai i.ady j._T s > -'" %  Ma n, M nit.**. 4:30 4:45' V\ LTS) DlBkj .-ml : I Rearok liBR To Ue Ann'i •-.! l(; h til Review H 'puit i T Jt'* Ann'c*d Iiii-neyUnd 1'jyoB I Jaekle'i H IM %  't suraj i:; Betsac Norby 1 Aiei Gibw t-lUr a Second I Tou Are There On Y. Ac JOO^iil,,,,, M .,,5.15' Suprrman 5 JO >-*5 Shopp>r r! u ide Willy I Archer | < •mnibua 6 00 flee" JJJ *'1111HTIU1| KM 'f* rk f A!l "Mrts • %  *' '' "•Was 700 .'. 1 V I N INC l->ne Ranker Mann A • 0i Slia|>pef'_ T7J rf .. A J*"T* ; sPt t'ereMai w, .ilwr l I Jack of J*rk of Sporta : '"en -t I tut Ion I Law of Rente* Report* Kepif* apt Kiadduck, Studio *7 ln.-t. Att 7:4S |. *"<-r< Inirljtua I Jack Benny i I ** li r'J %  —JackS oUaaoai Toaat of Twwn I Buraa A Talent Sco*| • 00 Mam • ti % 30 i r>ou s*n I l>rry_CJ, a*5 \ lacrtl MORPIS SASAT.R s I YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR L_"* %  '?? '"' '"-.; f..r M„nr> Ronald Reasan 1 1,-TlS \ V* %  "' ry? %  ..1 ITT TS—IH "*" 4 10:00 1>._ ; I ** —-" r'her KUiher Know. S! O" n I Sundav New. '.r.m.ho Mar* WViH |-UI I STATION WWPB 'MO an Yaar Dial ... %  i'" 7*4 I I i sijcn Off Jewish I orum On The Air" lnr s. r I 0: JO t. 1141 ..„. St-ti-a: WMIE (1140 SB .i.l) WWa Variwas ftmftrts ffivctl mi Wrrrttrf fc. SIMON SlIDtN S$l SJH. }7th Art. a*. I2-54M listen fo SCHACHTER'S Yiddish Program Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 "^ N.E. 9th Street Phone 34737| tV Carry a Complete Line UM*S ft NT!IS MOTELS APARTMENT H00SIS Cannon Sheets Wonk,,, l9m ^ ui P-* ^8Uw Costs SpreaA Disk TawtU Plaastic Gooeh, etc T ^Y Air CondWoiaxi Asapk ***|



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PAGE 12 A .**/*' n rrrtttfL FRIDAY^IAN UAHT. mmvim, MCTMGS owl* of P^r "No Resi for Weary' is National Auxiliary President's Outlook During Beach Stay $•• %  • .: %  -• In: ion Poi er odge Seiirf ioi Teachers Scheduled at Emanu-El in for Hebrew Miami will be n. 25. En nil'] minai ••> lh '" I .1 .h I ducaUon nad o ition at %  ..,.pi. will consi i ol ecutive I, !.,--• lour se %  n lh< ire." onlion ..i .i ahua Stad%  %  tbi Knesetb Is %  i || ... ri I | .i Schwartl fumou* I • who will di lh Golden I Miami Women Plan Member Meet %  ol West Hi • il memberMi ndaj veninc, lewiaB i ip Sinclair is lit. Tercentenary, f ?**> Subject of yjyo lec^ Jacob I, *1 .speaker at lh, v,,, i,^*] %  u-tW Jan. 22. at Kn< ,||, |^ gation. 1,1 'he champions i,i the i^. wen t, ih i. ,h, mUMTOUl .. life'of Jews RumU at, land and is now n the h I other 1 > Kir!.-;. : w .^. Pfiodk HI<= nby kin i )f Ph.-.s. of Thi jtMrlflh i.i i Der Yldd r u m %  i i)'. I!I CoaunUti Mayor to Speak May"Hai | B* Mil trill I „1 .)J Beach Biiiii meeting T %  at the Hi : will IKPage* 1 1 Our Histoi I Treasure Cfiesf Opting 4f I : ::e-_eTea Scheduled For Golda Myersca Z |osAtf|| B |ll :Xr.but what %  flavor/ : 1. • %  %  %  %  r %  %  %  ." n i %  • Return From for icst K Worked by Beoch Bnmtk • • | %  i ,> %  %  %  • %  Mr, ^ %  • • ti • -• No-Salt Tasters \ li-PiirnrxG QnaoL ( Personality Talk Friday m t Noth'n like HI ever beiert!] IIIIH8CHEWITZ the greatest name in kosher MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI 1 Delicious • •. .. with cottage cheese, -' salads, vegetable*, or fnrff. As on afternoon or TV snack. Once yoa try it, you'll be satisfied with none other. Bureau Publishes Bulletin %  %  **>"*, KOSVtf* %  S • bard and qu. %  fact remainthit V the modern menu, not only ia • for peopl* en lowsalt diets, but a< a tempting companion to the entire fan.. k* and bevera Each package of Mar.i-chew it* No-Salt Tasteas contains 90 bite -Lie mauo crack r-r-. cr.-p n athe moment they came from rh* oven. But more Mo nia rh en iU No-Salt 7a-*i. „ n a new idea in good seating, combining the best featuree| %  ana a cracker m an exciting new •taste experience—ST I I %  i %  %  %  Miitiiin' )R CfW ttttten'* 1 ; |MrMCTl/MD ti: Sunny Shook Chsuwuty, M Phone 6S-4563 2110 N.W. 13th Ave, Mia-^i, Flft HADE R!t3H DAILY IN MIAMI! tots 0 good eoV^ C L ^^v bread Si, /fSh rhots rK (s^Jv W naturally y *!# 9 d FPFA/CH BfifAO • £66 IHUSTAUGUST BROS, BREAP 9*1 tJSvfTI STACtT. MiM^.;,r tf n,9A



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JANUARY 21, 1955 *Jen1st ncrkUan PAGE 3 A is Giving' New Keynote Sounded At CJA Gift Dinner Htts Dinner 1639,233 iued from Page 1 A ind Morocco whore anti%  cidents have threatened |ty of Jews in these cities. men, women and chilthese areas now seek [Israel. "We shall not rest Can supply the magic car[will take these people to ere they can build and [new and positive life in ad freedom," he said. an of the evening was J. Myers, pioneer founder eater Miami Jewish Fedid its current president, lie local parent organizaiprising more than 60 fhich annually conducts bincd Jewish Appeal drive. [Joseph R. Narot, of TemJ, delivered the invocation, bi Leon Kronish, of Tim-. ^Sholom, gave the beneoiclimately 3,000 volunteer [expect to complete their ting programs throughout inty in a swift moving py campaign, said HeisJJp. some of the promi*nt institutions included in are the Joint Defense Appiti Defamation League and rican Jewish Committee), i, Jewish War Veterans, Women and American ingress. a total of 55 local, naitl overseas agencies are in this year's campaign. en's Division Calendar Jar of campaign events of bined Jewish Appeal -Wornsion was announced this division chairman Mrs. Simonhoff. onhoff urged members %  ittees to attend advance meetings to insure sucke fund raising events to Tuesday, 10 a.m., first ral Gables — Pace-Setters meeting at the home of lis E. Goldman, 6501 Gra% d. t, Wednesday, 10 a.m., ex[ committee meeting at Fedi board room. U, Monday, 10 a.m., first fa committee meeting and It home of Mrs. Aaron Farr, th ter. 24, Monday, 2 p.m., 1955 Dmmittee meeting at home Moe Feingold, 89 Bay dr. [25. Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., seclami-Coral Gables Pace-Setjmmittee meeting at home Stanley C. Myers, 620 Grablvd. [26, Wednesday, 10 a.m., secit ron's Tea committee meet| Federation board room. 27, Thursday, 10:30 a.m., ence of Jewish Women's Ortions at Algiers hotel, Com[Jewish Appeal program until 1, Monday, 1:30 p.m., Pai Tea at home of Mrs. Jacob 426 West Rivo Alto dr. Liquor Divisions Meetings Here Ikers' meetings In the Food Iquor Divisions of the Comjjewish Appeal will be held Peak, according to campaign Sam J. Ilciman. members of the Food Divikeaded by Bernard Stevens, pet on Monday evening, Jan. the home of Sam Badanes, 21st rd. A second workleeting has been called by ftldman and Jay Weiss, coBen of the Liquor Division. up will convene for lunchThursday, Jan. 27, at Edith its restaurant, 3236 North Avenue. CombinedJewish Appeal inaugural dinner opens 1955 campaign with a record outpouring of $639,233 by 600 guests at the Fontainebleau hotel Shown below (left to right) are Dr. Joseph Narot, Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mr. Kanner. Reuve.n Dafni, Mrs. WTH M, ?*r ,' J? 8?, ,an l7 C L !" Y eia Ce rae e88el Stanley C. Myers. Above at rostrum is Sam J. Heiman. Others are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wemkle, Mrs. Heiman, Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Lehrman and Mrs. BenCJA Trade Group Opens Drive Here First of the Combined Jewish Appeal Trades Divisions to get under **T jn the^current campaign will be the Retail Merchants Group, headed by chairman Aaron Kravitz. A men's social evening will be held on Thursday evening, Jan. 27, in the Rustic room at Chuck's restaurant to launch concerted action in four trades groups. These include furniture, electrical appliances and utilities, jewelry and paints and hardware. Serving as co-chairman with Kravitz will be his partner, William Weintraub, who is assisting in mobilization of volunteers in the big trades unit. Campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman who, in former years headed the giant CJA Trades Division, will address the Retail Merchants Group. Other community notables will also appear on the program. Division leaders assisting in the early organization plans are Furniture, William Gladstone and Sam Lubin; Jewelry, Jacob Rabinowitz; Electrical Appliances and Utilities, Larry Friedland and Barry Geisernian; Paints and Hardware, Mac Lubin, chairman, Al Sherman and William Hechler. A corps of key workers in the Miami Retail Merchants Group has been appointed by Kravitz to map coverage of all business areas in CJA Planners to Meet John Serbin, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Manufacturing and Professional Division, will meet with a group of community leaders at the Westview Country Club on Thursday evening, Jan. 27. Dade County. These include Herbert Blate. George Rosenfield, Milton Friedman, Irving Saal, Fred Sandier, William Spirer, Charles Stahl, Theodore Goldstein, Julius Sperling, Ben Clein, Mortie Bederman, Sid Haskoe, Jack Schwartz, Jack Daner, Charles Spiegel, Al Weiss, Oscar Zeltzer, Bernard Lieberman and Mortie Nash. Farband Musical Cavalcade Slated for Miami Beach High School January 30 Farband, Labor Zionist Order, will present a concert at Miami Beach High School on Sunday evening, Jan. 30. Entitled "Sweet Land of Liberty," the concert will include a cavalcade in ten scenes of 300 years of Jewish life in America. Script is by Mark Schweid. Starring will be Ben Bonus, Minna Bern, Michel Gibson, Yudel Dubinsky and Israel pianist Shmuel Fershko. Bonus has appeared in theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada in a repetoire of Yiddish and Hebrew songs. Star of the "Li La Lo" theater in Israel, Miss Bern is noted for her pantomime act. Gibson is a leading player In the Yiddish Art Theater, and Dubinsky has appeared in numerous productions under Morris Schwartz. Fershko, composed of the music in "Sweet Land of Liberty," has written numerous songs, many of them popular in the U.S. Gov. Collins Names Rabbi Lehrman to Board Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins Monday appointed Rabbi Irving Lehrman to the district public welfare board. Civic leaders throughout Dade County hailed the appointment to the board of the Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader. Rabbi Lehrman is president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association and has recently toured Israel as a member of a UJA mission. The district welfare board here is composed of 22 members. Rabbi Swirsky in Talk Jewish inquiry forum sponsored by Beth El Academy will meet on Tuesday evening, Jan. 25, in Yeshiva Hall, 500 SW 17th ave. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will speak on 'The Jewish Concept of God." Question and answer period will follow. Chairman of the forum is Henry Weiss. Library Features Books, Exhibits on Photography During the month of January the Miami Public Library is featuring books, displays and programs on photography at the main library and its six branches, Dr. Frank B. Sessa, director of the Miami Public Library, announced. The program has been prepared to help amateurs of all kinds and ages to learn how to become better photographers with the aid of books and other printed materials, as well as to provide information for those interested in preparing for a career in photography. Don Cossack Chorus Due For Single Performance At Dade Auditorium Gen. Platoff's Don Cossack Chor us and Dancers will appear at the Dade County Auditorium on Satin day evening, Feb. 5, at the Dade County Auditorium. The one-night appearance of the world-renowned musical organiza tion is under the sponsorship of the St. Kn. Vladimir Church, Miami. Don Cossack Chorus has travel ed on a total of 107 different ocean lines and visited 65 countries since its formation 16 years ago. The RCA recording star choru^ has also performed some 250 USO concerts for servicemen in the Fai East and U.S. In a recent New York Times re view, Don Cossack Chorus was call ed "among the best choral groupnow to be heard in our concer halls." Psychiatrist Scheduled Dr. A. Lester Stepner will be guest of the Miami Beach Recrea tion Department Discussion Groin on Friday evening, Feb. 4. He wil discuss "Case Book of a Psychia trist" at the Community Center 2100 Washington ave. Teen Age Camp Planned Greater Miami Jewish Commu nity Center this week revealed plans for a teen age camp weekend Feb. 18, 19 and 20 at Camp Wa hassah, Naranja, Fla. The camp b open to youth members of teen age clubs sponsored by the Center. Planning the Patron's Tea on Jan. 31 in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal are (stanaing lert to right) the Mesdames George Goldberg, Gabriel Heatter, Sam J. Heiman, Clem Mye rson. Robert Gould, Louis Glasser, Sam J. Halperin, Samuel N. Friedland, Leo GemgroM, Joseph Lipton, Samuel Rost, Leon Jacobs. Seated are the Mesdames Samuel Lipton, Samuel Simonhoff. 1955 CJA chairman. Jack A. Ablin, 1955 Patron's Tea chairman, Irving Lehrman, year-round Women's Division chairman, David Phillips and Oida C. Rubin.



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r. JANUA RY 21, 1955 ~ is*M*rh>rir PAGE 11 A antor Kelemer Given High Award tsutjt' of \aratuiationa DR. BERTHOID C. ERIEDl issor of Romance Languages and Russian University of Miami significance of the Jeruexamination is that it hizes the wonderful instruIthat is the Hebrew Ianas a tool in the carrying the mission of Israel in lishing contact with the Jmd with the future, lei's top religious. scholarId linguistic genius has [assembled on the directjard of the Jerusalem exllion of efficiency in Hebiblical history, Jewish r, literature and culture. ta'.ion for the Jerusalem ^nation requires serious and promises to yield valuable results, not only •ligious Jewish nature for tabbi and the Hebrew xjist, but also for educaid student of" culture in 1—be he Jewish or not. desirable that a great ?r ol Jewish men and In should make an effort pome proficient enough in |w and in the knowledge led in the great Jewish included in the program Jerusalem examination jred by Hebrew Univercooperation with the Union for Jewish Educaid administered in our lity by the Bureau of Education, sartily congratulate CanBrele Kelemer, recipient [Laude of the Jerusalem la-Teudah, as evidence rich background in Helanguage and Jewish By JUDD I. TELLER \r or Jewish Agency for Palestine greatest pleasure is this lion of honor bestowed on Bend, Berele Kelemer. May Ontinue to reap these deId blessings. By CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER President, Canters Association Cantors Association of Greater Miami takes great pride and joy in learning of your successful accomplishments in attaining a most revered distinction in Jewish cultural life. May you continue to serve your synagogue and community as you have honored the Cantors in the Household of Israel. In the name of tha Cantors and myself. Mvssaijf of Congratulations By ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL Associate Professor of Jewish Ethics and Mysticism Jewish Theological Seminary oi America My dear Berele: I was exceedingly happy to have received your letter. My heart rejoiced to read the beautiful words of your rich language which our wise men of old have subscribed to. Great lias been the source of pleasure to know that you are following in the path of your parentage. Your name has become well known among the best in Jewish life. Regards to your family, and may God bestow peace on you with many years of life. By DR. EMANUEl W. GAMORAN Education Director, Union of American Hebrew Congregations In honor of Cantor Berele Kelumer. I was overjoyed to see the program in honor of those who received the diploma from the Hebrew Univei.ity. I wish you much success and spiritual joy for the honor which they have bestowed upon you. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, president of the Greater Miami Cantors' Association (left), congratulates his brother. Cantor Berele Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, upon receiving his diploma Cum Laude in advanced studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. The Bureau of Jewish Education administered the special examination locally. Cantor Berele Kelemer will be honored shortly at a luncheon planned by the Cantors' Association here. By MAYOR HAROLD SHAPIRO Miami Beach Good luck to my friend Berele. My appreciation of his talents have always been of the highest. By RABBI SIMON APRIL Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Miami Hebrew School and Congregation takes great pride in congratulating Rev. Berele Kelemer upon his graduation with highest honors and receiving a Teudah Yerushalmy of which he may well be proud. May God be with him to continue his fine work. By RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN President, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami I have just heard of the high honor earned by Cantor Berele Kelemer from Hebrew University at Jerusalem and the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. I want to congratulate Cantor Kelemer on his wonderful achievement, which is not only a mark of distinction for him personally, but which will also serve as an inspiration for the entire community to explore the sacred treasures of our heritage. Mazel Tov. By RABBI JOSEPH H. HENKIN Director of lirat Toroh, New fork Mazel Tov to Berele on a most wonderful occasion. This is a further indication of your intense knowledge and wisdom. ommunity Leaders, Organizations Extend Congratulations to 'Berele 9 for Cum Laude >UR OLD FRIEND—BERELE Progress an d perseverance have always been foal —deserving of the bast Israel has to offer." MR. and MRS. SAM BLANK "This is an advent which all Israel must take pride in; an inspiring event in the history of our people." J. STERN, Miami "Berele has set a mark for all Jewry to strive towards. Let's rejoice in his accomplishments." RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS. Principal, MIAMI BEACH HEBREW ACADEMY to be a true son of Israel is to know its ways— age and life—such^ is the knowledge of DR. MAX A. LIPKIND fmly it is said: From Zion shall ao forth the and from Berele the heart which qives life to BREINA PUCHKOFF, Miami MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER OF MIZRACHI WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS "In his service to his community he has honored us with a most memorable achievement" JOSEPH ROTH, Miami "We wih to express our admiration and esteem for our most revered friend and scholar. Cantor Berele Kelemer. on the advent of his 'Teudah.' May his success continue to consecrate our Jewish life." MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION OF GREATER MIAMI HAPOEL MTZRACHI OF GREATER MIAMI JEWISH NATIONAL COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMI "This is a further step in the enlightened 'American Cantorate.' Let it be a sign for others to follow." CANTOR HYMAN BORNSTEIN. Miami PIONEER WOMEN'S CLUB NO. 2 CANTORS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI HEBREW TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI HASHOCTIM AGUDATH J. KATZ, President J. KRANTZ. Treasurer J. SHAPIRO, Secretary



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INUARY 21, 1955 Mnisti fhirHiirtn PAGE 13 A ers To The Editor I Not*: The letter pubL ,. written by Capt. titan, of the 3650th MillJig Winy iit Sampson Air I Geneva, N.Y., to his L'hi Abraham Levitan, Unfed spiritual leader of IIII Monticello Park. The fdh-hed in these columns reflect! the spirit of ticlpation in all facets I.H activity — including Forces.) Ltry has certainly matur, to realize that veterans than people who have IT arms or died heroical, ot i heir country. In all Hencea serving troops the world, I have found in other countries and [how other peoples govelviis or are governed, we I mtcd States are blessAnd the veterans who lue realize better than he the values of our cntic way of life, ption, perhaps of refusplaced persons who liv| nnding heel of tyjns corps will continue r our present form of preparedness," and of thinking, make lc-t single group of citiuill stand up and fight \ the blessings of libhave been bestowed i!h our citizenship. He are an education in %  wayi than one. lib) i that when Grandma in uniform she cried. ?memhered the trials and >f military service in the b. and most likely identi[fiijhting forces with the (However, you and I both far wrong this is. Time I have tried to share me of the gratifications factions of a Rabbi servform, particularly in the lutposts. Our services Expense to provide every pportunity to worship as and to find the maxilis own religious expres|ecision to remain in servreer is based on the need Jin'ion expressed by the or allowing the fullest repression. the Tercentenary Year. miipare the history of the United States over these past three hundred years with the record of the life of the Jew during the past two thousand years in the rest of the world, it leaves no room for doubt in my mind that we owe our country a debt of gratitude. The Jew who is also a veteran who can take a tremendous sense of pride from having given some years of his life towards the first line protection and defense of our way of life, so that all Americans might continue to enjoy the ble-ings of liberty. I deem it an honor and a privilege to serve this segment of our total American Jewish community while they are in uniform. My military congregation is no different than yours. The only difference is that some of your members are "on loan" to the government for a short period of time. The objectives we both seek are the same, and I feel a sense of responsibility to maintain the same high standards while they are in uniform as you do before they reach us and after they t return home again. Meetings of the Armed Forces Chaplains Board continue to be most interesting. Sitting down with the Chiefs and Deputy Cbiefl of Chaplains of the Army, Navy and Air Force to formulate policies and advise the President through the Department of Defense leaves me with a deep sense of humility. As Consultant on Jewish Affairs and as a member of the Board that sits and decides on the spiritual welfare of men in all governmental agencies, I approach each meeting with a prayer that God grant me the understanding and courage to act wisely. To-day there are over 90,000 Jewish men and women in the Armed Forces alone, in addition to several thousands of others in other branches of the government who are affected by decisions of the Armed Forces Chaplains Board. And the religious welfare of all has been committed to my hands for the next two years. Searching my heart and mind to do what is right, I inevitably ask Ynyself whether or not this is in keeping with what you have instilled in me, and whether this is what you would have me do. If I can answer in the affirmative. I am reassifred that what I do is right. KAL your valued journal, why the undignified clowning of some fairly stupid night cIuBguy at the Combined Jewish Campaign meeting? Every one wondered why a night club of some sort had to get a free advertisement on an occasion which was otherwise dignified and serious and spiritually most satisfying. What do you think the two dignified speakers of the evening thought of the Miami Jewish community as a result of the most undignified and uncalled for appearance of that sort of thing? Those who arranged this most Idiotic part of the program deserve more than a Bronx cheer. Please give it to them. OSCAR LEONARD Finn Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Mildred S. Finn, formerly of 8135 Crespi blvd., was held on Tuesday, Jan. 18. 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. Finn is survived by her husband, James; a son. Dr. Leonard H. Finn, of Miami Beach: two brothers. Louis Forman, of Cleveland, and David Forman, of Cincinnati, O and two sisters; Mrs. Lena Goldberg, of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Sam Kramer, of Cleveland. Arrangements were in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Francis Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis I Francis, formerly of 1353 NW 54lh st will lake place Sunday, Jan. 123, 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabiii Joseph Narot officiating. Mr. Francis is survived by two Courses Added to UM Evening Division Program JTJSrSLTSttl**-.**and Boris a nd -iGoldstein Unveiling Rczini Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Rozini, formerly of 461 NE 65th st., will take place Sunday, Jan. 23, at 2 p.m., on the National Jewish Workers Alliance Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Mr. Rozini is survived by his wife, Frieda; four daughters, Mrs. Adelle May. Mrs. Sally Blumen thai, Mrs. Florence Behrstock and Mrs. Ruth Shenberg; two brothers, four sisters and five grandchildren. Mr. Rozini was a member of the National Jewish Worker's Alliance, a Mason, Shriner, Beauty Salon Council of Miami Beach and Greater Miami Hairdresser's Association. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. aHH-H hv ft. University of Miami SSSl^S "" h' "'TTH*'" rangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company Friends and relativei art asked to attend. evening division for those seeking degrees entirely through evening study, according to an announcement this week by Dean Dan Stein('lasses for the spring semester Weiner Unveiling will start Feb. 7 and end June 4. The dedication of a monument Registration is scheduled Feb. 2 to ne memory of the late Rose R. to 4 Weiner. formerly of 325 NE 15th "It is now possible." Dean Stein ter., will take place Sunday. Jan. hoff said, "for evening-only stu2 3, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemedents to complete their work for terv wi n Rill ,bi Morris Skop of. degrees in several major fields of fj c i al j n g. Mrs. Weiner is survived study." | by one daughter, Miss Annabelle These include art. history, biol| p.. one sister and five brothers, ogy, English, human relations. nursing, philosophy and psychology, in which the College of Arts and Sciences confers the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Evening classes in accounting, management and marketing are available as major study fields in which the School of Business Administration offers the degree of BBA. The School of Engineering offers evening classes in its deArrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Bessie Goldstein, formerly of 5740 SW 1st st., will take placeTuesday. Jan. 25. 10:30 a.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Abraham Ilerson. of Tefereth Israel Northside Center, officiating. Mrs Goldstein is survived by her husband. Hynun; two son-. Waller anil Daniel; one daughter, Mrs. Esther Schickansky, all Of Miami: a -l ter, Mrs. Florence Solow; and a brother, Benjamin Rose Arrangements are in charge of Painter's Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Beinhorn Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Regina Beinhorn, formerly of 9157 Dickens ave., Surfside, will take place Sunday, Jan. 23. 2 p.m.. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Cantor Aaron Weingarten ofRussell Unveiling partments of architectural, civil, | ficiating. Mrs. Beinhorn is surelectrical, industrial' and mechanical engineering and in engineering ', science. In the School of Education it is | possible to complete studies for a degree in primary education in evening classes except internship requirements. The same applies to secondary education degrees in [several fields. Dean Steinhoff re1 vealed. In the School of Music, two years of degree requirements may vived by her husband, Meyer; four sons, Phil. Sam, lrwin and Harry, all of W. Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Zelda Malinger and Mrs. Helen Sherman: one brother and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The dedication of a monument I to the memory of the late Louis | E. Russeil. who passed away on Jan. 23, 1954. will be held Sunday, t Jan. 23. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Ceme i tery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro ofI ficiating. Mr. Russell is survived by his brother, John I.; and two : sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Halprin and ; Mrs. Kate Fischer. He was a memI ber of the American Legion, the Miami Showmen's Association, the j Tampa Showmen's Association and I also the National Showmen's Asjsociation. All friends are invited to attend. Editor, The Jewish Floridian: Together with some 2,000 other persons I wish to ask, through \\\ Scholars to Stimulate Study lebrew Language and Culture Markowitz Unveiling Silverman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel The dedication of a memorial to j Silv.-rman. formerly of 1954 SW now be taken in evening classes. t he memory of the late Linda Mark-! 2 2nd ter will take place Sunday About 75 percent of the total eve-: o w jt z formerly of 3411 SW 12th Jan 23 4 m at Mt Nebo omening division enrollment repre! st Miami, will take place Sunday, sents candidates working for dej an 23. 12-noon. at Star of David grees, Dean Steinhoff estimated. fORK—A "barnstorming" he United States to stim| study of the Hebrew lanculture and arrange for participation in the Sec|ld Hebrew Congress in this summer will be Ithree Israeli scholars now 1 way here. The tour will tied at a public reception r'ork at the Hotel Edison lay night, Jan. 22. J. Borowsky, chairman ^it Ivrit Olamit, representew Culture Federations It he world, co-sponsors of Vet with the Jewish AgenIsclosed that plans are beHeted in over twenty cities fe land in anticipation of of the cultural emisAmong the delegation is the translator of Walt Whitman into Hebrew, Professor Simon Halkin, of the Hebrew University, currently Visi ting "P i u fessor of Hebrew Literature arthe University of Judaism and the University of California, Los Angeles. Professor Halkin is joined by Reuven Avinoam-Grossman, one of Israel's foremost poets, and Dr. Baruch Ben-Yehuda, formerly director of the Ministry of Education in Israel. Dr. Ben-Yehuda now heads Herbelia College and Teachers Institute in Tel Aviv, one of Israel's leading schools. Dr. Samuel K. Mirsky is chairman of the Pracsidium of the Hebrew Language and Culture Association, American branch of the Brit Irit Olamit. Vogelbaum Named Samuel Vogelbaum, Miami attorney, is among the six candidates who successfully passed the recent Jerusalem examination for proficiency in Hebrew language and biblical study. The examination, sponsored by Hebrew University in Israel, was locally administered by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Memorial Park, with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Linda Markowitz is survived by her mother and father, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Leibor, all of Miami. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Novelist to Speak William Lindsay Gresham, author of the novel and motion picture "Nightmare Alley," will be speaker on the Jan. 27 program of the Miami Public Library's "Florida Author Night" series. Gresham, formerly of New York |j) r Wolfson to Address and now a resident of Hialeah, will g ^ 0u door p orum speak on Fire-eating and Fiction. Tropp to Lead Talk "How To Plan An Interesting Discussion" is the second in a series of six leadership training sessions sponsored by the Young Adult Jewish Council of South Florida which will be held Monday evening, Jan. 24, at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Town Branch. Emanuel Tropp. assistant director, GMJCC, will lead the discus sion. tery. with Rabbi Shapiro officiating. Mr. Silverman is survived by his wife, Sarah; and two daughters, Mrs. Alma J. Buckner, of Miami, and Mrs. Bernice Bernstein, of Akron, O. He also leaves five grandchildren. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Roth Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Esther Roth, formerly of 1876 SW 11th ter.. will take place Sunday. Jan. 23, on the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Plot of Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Mrs. Roth is survived by her husI band, Joseph; two sons; Al and Irving; two daughters, Mrs. Claire [Sandbcrg and Mrs. Mary Richmond; and four grandchildren. Arrangements Hre in charge of Palmler's Miami Monument Company. Dr Abraham Wolfson, author of Friends and relatives are asked to "Spinoza: A Life of Reason" and "The Road to Health and Happier Living," will address the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on Saturday afternoon, at 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr. Wolfson will discuss "Ten Commandments of Longevity." attend. fl~fcif.lL)_ ......... Heave* JviaMff-CressiMii farocfi fitn-raaaa'a Gyson Featured in Talk On Show Business World WWPB commentator Sam Gyson will be featured by the Miami Beach Recreation Department Discussion Group in the Palette room at the Community Center, 2100 Washington ave., on Friday evening, Jan. 21. Gyson will discuss "Characters I have Known," from his experiences in show business. Balzer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Ella Balber. formerly of 451 NW 82nd st., will take place Sunday, Jan. 23. 2 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Mrs. Balzer is survived by her husband, William; three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Berkowitz, Mrs. Anna Kroloff and Mrs. Hannah Williams, all of N.Y.; and one brother, Abe Gorlick, also of New York. She also leaves one niece, Judith Greenberg. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmond Monument Company. Friends.and relatives are asked to attend.



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^ •.I 7 %  :"", i; FRIDAY. lANUABVj, Israel's important citrus industry continues to grow and prosper with the aid of investment capital derived from the sale of State of Israel Development Bonds. Shown above are Israeli fruit packers in a Haifa warehouse preparing a shipment of grapefruit for export to such countries as Turkey, England. France and Holland. The citrus industry is Israel's largest exporting enterprise. During 1954. Israel exported 8.123.000 boxes of various citrus fruits, compared with 5,323,000 boxes in 1953. Mayor of Miami A: • -" :\-::z right v.-he | ted .:. Federation's first CJ~I...J.1939 assures an Sam \. Heiman ci his whole-hearted interest and supper: in the 1955 CJA drive. Miami's goal is SI.350.003. B nai B'nth will sponsor popular translations of great books of Jewish literature and publish them in inexpensive edi-ions for mass distribution throughout the English-speaking world according to a resolution adopted unanimously by the B'nai Bnih Adult Jewish education committee at the close of its second annual meeting held in New York at the Hotel Roosevelt. The program gets approval of Philip M Klutznick. pre*.dent of B noi B'rith. who called for measures to encourage the reading of Jewish literature as a means of raising the spiritual and intellectual standards of American Jewish life Paul G. Hoffman (above), chairman of the board of the Studebaker-Packard Corporation, and Senator Herbert H. Lehman will head the list of more than 1,000 outstanding communal, industrial and government leaders who will honor Edward M. M. Warburg, president of the United Jewi=h Appeal, at a testimonial dinner Saturday evening in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. New ': Representing Grecter Miami will be Scm I. a general chairman of the :955 CJA campaign, and Mrs. ]cz'.< Ablin, Women's Divisi Top award for beautilication of an industrial plant was ;] sented to Florida Power S Light Co. for landscaping of grounds of its Cutler plant south of Miami by the Amerii Association of Nurseymen recently xtt Miami's plant shaa FPcSL president R. H. Fite (left) receives the award from Gerval Pringle Leesburg, past president of the Florida chapter of thtl association. ^^^ f ~\ > cf the B'nai B'rith Council oi Sou o Rabbi S:mon April, mirnedto the Greats* Miami Rabbinical As.iociat.o the Greater Miami Rabbinical Associate by B lotion was made during the mass in'rtio-j tion ceremonies piogram of B'nai B'rith held at the Fontair* bleau hotel. Max M. KrolofJ. 0 f Washmaton nr Dccie Ch^ P i No,": ^'a Michael "" lR P hot were Mrs. [ d 'rector of membership and P ro 9 iam f 1 'Jf'S 3'nai B'rith leaders who enro"" apters in South Florida. The nitiation ceremonies program -—Chapters in South Florida. The a** •th mc3 nitiation ceremonies program helcjT Mr. K-lcff OT ? (left to right) the Mesdame* -nma Lazam, Chapter; Shirley Marks. FJ*"> cd Chapter; Jean Swam. Miami Beach Chap* P*, Tropical Chapter; Martha Morgan. ?*£ bhnley Bernard. Coral Gables Chap^i h -' Spatz.T. Emma Lazarus Chapter aid from Mrs. Spatxer. I Ncr*



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LY. JANUARY 21, 1955 *Jenliti rhricftrtr PAGE 7 B ii Conservatory ;dules Concerts ni Conservatory of Music leek announced a recital by members on Jan. 29 at Jiycayne blvd. Conservatory currently has branches throughout t h e IT Miami area. According to -ic .school's officials, all inti arc taught. Also on the curriculum are voice, ballet, ballet tap and art. Recently added is the Musical Kindergarten," under the direction of Miss Hilda Steuerman. The course requires no practice for children at home. Miss Steuerman revealed Now in its 34th year, the CM servatory offers practice rooms for students and non-students. Sen. Pepper in Talk "Prospects for Peace in the Com ing Year" will be discussed by for mer Florida Senator Claude Pepper at a meeting of Louise Chapter, American Jewish Congress, on Monday afternoon, Jan. 24. in the Algiers hotel. Also appearing on the program will be soprano Joyce Albrecht, of the Greater Miami Opera Guild. Lehman, Broido Chair Tribute NEW YOEK — Senator Herbert H. Lehman, of New York, and Louis Broido, chairman of the advisory committee of Gimbel Brothers, will lead more than 1,000 nationally prominent Jewish cammunal figures in a tribute to Edward M. M. Warburg, president of the United Jewish Appeal, at a testimonial dinner Saturday evening. Jan. 22, at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Senator Lehman, who will act as toastmaster, and Broido, who will introduce distinguished guests, will cite Warburg for his general chairmanship of the United Jewish Appeal over the past four years and for his role since 1944 in helping the UJA to raise close to $1,000,000,000 to aid victims of war. 1. l^' \ X. *,*— %  ^^~ tt**f ) inarafe -*. Now they stay alive %  SOFT AND CUDDLY. ..aren't they? But a few years ago these babies might not have lived to have their picture taken. What you see is a well-baby clinic in a city where children used to sicken and die at an appalling rate.The city is one of a dozen throughout the Moslem world notorious for their squalid and overcrowded ghettos. Through your help, these communities now boast of dispensaries, milk stations, feeding programs and projects like "Operation Baby Wash," shown above.. Now, 9,800 youngsters benefit daily from the greatest wonder drug of all: warm water and soap, liberally and lovingly applied. More important, thousands of little lives have been saved, and the life expectancy of the new-born greatly increased. Yet dangers still threaten. Tuberculosis is high on the list. So is eye-blinding trachoma. Malnutrition is an ever-present crippler. Because "Operation Baby Wash" must continue... because 36,000 ghetto children depend on UJA for at least one full meal a day.. .because 55,000 must be kept in school or be swallowed up in child labor... because all told, 140,000 children in the Moslem world, Europe and Israel depend on your help this year..... Give to the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL, more than ever,. IN GREATER MIAMI YOUR ONE GIFT SERVES 55 CAUSES through the COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL UNITED JEWISH APPEAL Mbehalff: _. ^. ... United lrel Appeal • Joint Distribution Committee • United Service for New American*


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fy, JANUARY 21. 1955 +Je*lsti Th rid inn PAGE 11 B [n Redeems iise to DP's LEGAI? NOTICR YORK — Argentina Prcsi nan Peron has begun to relis promise of a year ago to into Argentina 100 families refugees remaining in the camp in Germany, it was need this week by Ben TousUdOt of United HIAS ServIwish international migration to whom General Peron bde the promise. Laid that visas for the first VM)O.S bw..brt'p.j9?*vfl$/v4>y uentine CODBUI Jn-.'MUHil^O Ja contribution toward the \i emptying the last DP camp (wish displaced persons at pnwald in Bavaria, Germany, Peron early in 1954 acpd to the requests of repreives of United HIAS Service knoa Aires, and the organizaffiliate, Soprotimis, to immigration visas to 100 families of the Foehrentroup. r reached service headquarpre. that while visas for only rsons of the J"ohrenwald In had beelfVweived by Lrgentine Consul in Munich, 1st of the visas would be isthey are processed in. the tine capital. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKIIY GIVEN that UN undersigned, desiring to ninane In buslnesa under the rictltloui nan f l-A l..\ I:I: \ I'RODl'CTH, at 111 x i; 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends name nii the clerk of_the in. n it Court ..f Dade County, KOVNBR. lffAIfM8gSSt UBVISa Ait.ii ne) %  foi Hahtbra l*rodu< ts /7-14-31-28 LEGAL NOTICE riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ i IIKKKHT OIVKN that fl. rsiKiicii. desiring to engage in under the fictitious Dame of •I.I.I:V i.\i-i.i:ri;isi:s (Not H \\ lui Ave Miami, I Bald mime I • k of the i 'inmi Court of ['Wills, Pin I. I LET, Role Owner |Y II. CAIN Ipplli .i in Flagler si I -'. i |TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  i: is HEREHY QIVBN that B i-N i:i:n.i:i. ly for Applicant fie Bldg. 1-28 — 1 I ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |J'K is HEREBY GIVEN that ilerKltm .1. il.--.ning to engage In w under the fictitious name of \X REALTY, .it .'.749 K. W. MM i-nd* t.i register xahi name %  llh rrk ..f the circuit dint of I>ade FVi MARVIN I). AIM'LK — -."4-11 % TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE is IIEREUV OmdN that I "'I. deaiiing to .-mrage In %  a iindei the fictitious nam. ol f'.NAI. OUTDOOR BALES, at SM i tr Street, Intenda to regiaI" 1 n ima with th Clark of the It ..mi of Dad* County, Kl.nl.la. • HAIt.ii.n x HKCHTER %  lit A MANNHE1MER leys fm National Outdoor Bales :• i-ll CALL OUR MIAMI OFFICE 35069. YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL REPRESENTATIVE, OR TELETYPE N Y 1M01 Teletype NY i-3o01 -; i'iiC Comfortable Roorni" Sensible Rotetj TV Available f Air Conditioning Central locations Fine Food Friendly Hospitality Conventions, Gorage Al the Shelton Enjoy the Free Pool and Monte Proser't "la Vie") Msoeiio \ # ill WAiCMnl^Moiiii: NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 32343 -B In IdKKTATE OF MORR1H RirHTBR, D I To All l 'redltoi %  and \'i Pel son* n.i INK Ctalma 01 Demand* Against .s.ii.i El : 11 VCMI. and each of yon, are berate notified and required to preaenl any claim* and demands which you or County, Kh>iil|a, futile Hun I-It AMIt DOWLlNU, Count) Judge of Dads County, and fits the %  erne In hi* office In the County Courthouae in Dade County, Florida, within eight calenilar months from the date of the fii-Ht publication hereof Said elalma or demands t.. contain the leKal addreaa of the clnimiint ami to he, aworn to and presented aa aforeBald, or -annwill be bam d I late January IT, A.D. SYLVIA RICHTER, AM AdmlnlHtratrlx of the Kxtate of MORRIS ItM'IITER, Deceased 1 It. MA VERB Au,, MI. > for Administratrix 1101-04 Cnngraaa Ul.lg., Miami, Fla. 1/21-28 — 2/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NQT^JJ^ OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVRM that hy virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida St. i int. • Annotated H!M1), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts. wherein A. t). TRA.NSKKU A: WAREllnl'SK CO., I.\r a I l.nida corporation, by virtue of Its warehouse lien, has In Its iHisaesslon the following desi rlberi ; %  of MK. I, M. IHi.VAl.l'.>\. BT0 N K fi'tth Street: 1 IJJTT Ot-fT'l. Sl'I'I'I.IKS, as the property of Mil. i KAI'I.AN". mon Avenue; 1 i.nT M i SCKI.I.I: A Mil's FURNl Tl'RE, athe prop, rty of MK. \\ II. BERT WOODS, in,. \,W. tli I'l.., and that on the lui daa <•( February, irtng the legal hours of Bale, main!} between 11:00 forenoon and 2 IHI iii the aftarnaon, at 2t>4 it. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersigned shall Offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand the above described progert) .i v lite property of Mr. I.. M Donaldaon, Mr. .1. Kaplan ..ml Mr Wllberl \\'.MHI. OATEI> at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of Januar; |;'..". A. O. TRANSFER WAREHOUSE CO., INC. 1/21-2S CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'n A I.I TO Wllti.M THERE PRESENTS SHAI.I. COME, GREETINGS: When u HARRY /.IKKIINU'K, MIAMI BEAI'H, FLORIDA Mlt'HAEl. Zl'KERNK'K, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA MARILYN H. MKM'I I MIAMI BEACH, n.nltll'A did on the 2tth day or March, A.D. lit], cauae to be Incorporated under Ihe provisions or fhaiiter w>. Florida BUtutes, ROBE REALTY CO., a Cornoratlon, with ua pnnelpal yhoe or iiiiHiness si Miami Beach, !?* %  County, In the Male or Florida, and whereas the propel officer! of such corporation did on the 12th day of January, A.D. 196.'., cause to he filed In the olflce oi the Secret., i \ of State "f the Stale of Horlda, a duly authenticated resoli ii adopted b> iin' sio.Kh.iiii.i s iin.i.i iii, provision* of aaid Phaptei (M, Florida Siaiut.s, showing the ilisaolutlon of sinh corporation. Now, therefore, Ihe Bocj'etarj o( St.,1, does hereby certify to lh foregolrig and thai h. Ii satisfied that the requirements of law have been conv ii|;.-il with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havi hereunto ael onrj han,i an, I have .iifixcil the IJieal S.-al of the Slate of Florida), at Tnlta ne "apltal, 'his the Twelfth day of January, A H I" R \. QRAY, Be. i. t.ny of state. (SEAL) I 21 :,., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HERERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hualncH* uml.r the flctltloua name of EARL'S, at 2201 N.W. 7th Wtreet, Miami, Florida. Intehds to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>nde County. Florida. It E Bl'SSEY. Sole Owner QOLDMAN A QOLI'S'I'IMN Attornevs for Registrant 230;| West Flagler Street, Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-2* — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HERERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EARLS COFFEE SHOP, at 220o N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „ It E. Itl'SSKY, Sole Owner GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN Attorney! for Registrant Mii.t Weal Flagler street, Miami, Ha. 1'14-21-2* — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER F4CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of F.ARLS MARKET, at ItOi N.W. .9th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FVnlii It K 1IISSEY, Bole owner GOLDMAN St GOLDSTEIN Attorneys ror Registrant XSvM Weet Flagler Street. Miami, Fla. 1/14-21-M — V* NOTICE UNDER F'ltfTlttOUS" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnesa under the ricililous nam.' or CORAL WAY TAVERN, al MSS W, and St., Miami. Fla Intend* to regie"i n in in. i 'lerh of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY JOHN NADICKSUERND KF.BBLER t GARK \n,,i nej for Applicant 1 W2 Weal Flagler St. I/14-J1-WI LEGA. NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that leralgned, desiring to engage In buslnesa under the fictitious nam.of JEFFRY U'ARTMENTS, at 12061X15, Drexel Avei le, M I Fla Intend i" n glater aald name wltn ii" Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida IlltlSO. Si U ''I. MAN Atuiiiiev („i biullcanta 1 Lincoln Road Bldg. i 7-i4 :i-2* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigiieii. dealt Ing to eneaaa In bualnesa under the flctltloua name of SEA ISI.K SUNDRY SHOP, at M01 t!nlllns Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of ihe circuit Court ol Dade County, Hoi lila LEONARD LOWENTHAL (SEAL) ELEANOR LOWENTHAL (SEAL.) Sole i iw ners OEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Owners i.nT oi\ nipia Building, Miami. Florida 1/14-21-2X — 2/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34457-B In Ri ESTATE Of ISIIiolt I1MJO.M, I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'i editor* and All Person i la ions oi lie,o.mils Agalnal Bald Bats ti YOU. -mil each Oi you, arc hei, by notified and required to present any clalmi ami demand* vvhi.-h you, or either "t you, may have against the estate of 181 DOR BLOOM, • i %  laic of Dade County, Florida, to the HON. FRANK B. DOW LING, I .Inline ,,f I laiie '" ly, and file the Baffle iri liis office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, Within eight calendar month* from the date of i in in si publication n< > eof, Bald iaim* oi demand* to contain the hit, aa of the claim.iiii and to lid i'iesented ,i%  Bid, OI s;, ,,e vv ,! 1 1„ I,;,|.i| S, tl.ui IL'O .,f the INI Probate Act. i v -0/.'V.'","f" l *" i, "" i <*''ft l f l3V ISII a |R r.l.i i. ,\l I • ted. BERICK, SHAPIRO .v FRIED Attorneys for Administratrix 1/21-28 I III NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ricililous name of I'A.MXKIl I'AMNKR. at 4:isi S\V. 13th Terrace, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit I'nuii of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN CAMNER IRWIN l> CAMNER Sol.owners LEONARD KALIBH A t toi in \ f"i Applicants 1001 DuPont lilili:. L I4-.-1 -.-. I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga N undei the flctltlou* name of Al.liK's, NEWS, .ii lost Alton Roa I Miami Iteai-h. intends to peg ti -i d nam.with the Clerk of the Circuit c.iiut of r 'oil i 'ountv. Florida ALFRED MART MORTON M BEIGEL ittornej for Applicant Blacayne isidg. 1/21-28 — 2/ 4-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 32343. B RE: ESTATE OF MORRIS RICHTER, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition ror Final Discharge as Administratrix of the .state ,.f MORRIS RICHTER. deceased: and that on the 21st day of January, IMS, will apply to the Honorable FRANK It iMiWI.IN'il. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said rinal report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of MORRIS RICHTER, deceased. This 2Mh day of December, 1934. SYLVIA RICHTER. Administratrix of Ihe Estate of Morris Richter, Dei cased. I. R. MATERS Attorney for Administratrix 12'31 — 1/7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 175355 EI LEE N I • W N B B, Plaintiff, \ s RICIIARD T. DOWNES, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO RICHARD T DOWNES It 17th Road While sione, Long island New York ,Q YOU ARE HEREBY ROTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce and Other it.-lief ha* been filed agalnal I ou, .ic,i |, i BJ • i i'i in ed i" -ei v.a copy V' %  : '•' 'he 'omolaint lor .in,I i It hi r Relief, "n the Plaintiff* attorneys, OENET GEN ET, 120 I. iii' oin Road, Reach, Florida, and file the original Answer In the office of the ci.uk of the circuit Court, on or before the 7th daj of February, IH6, on %  Degree Pro Coiii.ssn will he entered :o.' i :n"t you. DATED it Miami. Florida, this Srd day of January. IMI E It. LEATHERN!AN. Clerk, circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida By: R H. RICE, JR. i Seal! Deput) Clerk GENET X GENET Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Fla. 1/7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B In R-. ESTATE >F A.N.N.V nillilA.V, also known as ANNA CHARTOCK, ANNIE CHERTOK, ANNIE CHARTOCK, ANNIE FORMAN, ANNA FOREMAN ami ASK A • HAKii a K. 1 ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All PersonII.iv Ing claims oi Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each Of V',u, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or culler of you, may have against the estate of ANNA FORMAN, etc., deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the H"S FRANK B, UOWL1NG. COunty Judge of Dade County, and file thp same in his office in the county Courthouae in i>aie County, Florida, within eigni calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bale claim* or demands to com.mi the rags I •! the claimant ami t -win i, to ami presented as afore a* Id, •! same win be barred. n 120 of the in:!! Probate Ai %  January 17, A.D, 1955, HEH1IERT s SII tPlRi %  As Admlnlsti ator i A of the Estate of ANNA FORMAN. 1 le, BERICK, SHAPIRO A FRIED % %  administrator '' T \. I 21-28 .l-n LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 34392-B IN RI. ESTATE OF ANNA FORMAN, .ilso known a* ANNA CHART< a K. ANNIE CHERTOK, ANNIE ell VRTOCK, ANNIE 1 ORMAN, ANNA FOREMAN and ASK A CHARTOi'K. Decea • I NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OI SAIL DECEDENT: You are hereby notified that a written Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said decedent has been admitted to probate In said Court. You are herein commanded within six calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notice to appeal in tald Court and show cause. If any am ,an. Whj mm of said Court In admitting said will to probate should not stand Utll c\ OKi'i FRANK B. BOWLING, County Judge B) JENNIE i.. BLANTON, clerk (C I SKAI.I 1 _'l -_' ( 1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOODY'S SANDWICH SHOP, at l! N.E. 1st Ave.. Alnsley Bldg., Miami, Fla., Intends to register the said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, llorida. QOODTS KKSTAIRANT CORP. ? v liw'ln Kass. IVesldent tt-t Hai rv Rosen, Secretary HARRY ZCKKRNICK Attorney for Applicant 42" LlniNdn Itrstd. Miami Beach. Fla. UVII — 1/7-H-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW. NOTRE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engace In huvluess under Ihe fictHlniis name oi MENDELSOHN'S KOSHER RE8TACRANT A CATERERS, at 451 Colllna Ae. Miami Reach, Intenda to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade Couaty. Florida. SAM DHl'TSCII, Sole Owner MALV1N ENOLANDER Attorney for Applicant 311 Lincoln Rd. 1J/24-H — 1/7-1* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE N0..34197.A IN RE: %  of FRANK s Rl 'BERTS, Dec, i ORDER OF PRESUMPTION OF DEATH This cause cqralng on to be I I before me, pursuant to notice iuiv publishes .,required i" law, and the curt havl evidence in eupt „,i t ,,i the Petition heretofore filed %  % % %  -. in bj Blani he B Robi rts that I-RANK s ROBERTS, husband of Petition *en absenl fron I %  i i •ouni foi mine Hi.in sex en ) i i I ng the .laie oi said i' .nil is believed to be dead; and the Court being *atlsfied niat the legal presumpl lop of the death of a* Id .-RANK S ROBERTS lias been established, and the Courl being; fully ad1 In the pleiin.-i IT IS THEREl'PON ORDERED that FRANK s ROBERTS be, and he (s he inici to lie dead. IT IS FURTHER I IRDERED that this Older shall be published oni %  •• a week for four consecutive week* In a newspaper In Hade Count'. Horlda: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that FRANK s ROBERTS, said supposed decedent, if alive, or any person for him. shall produce to this Court Within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice satlsfactory evidence of his continuance In life: falling which the relief requested In said Petition "hall be granted. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 11th day of January, 1956. W K I'.l. \NTON. County Judge 81 MON Ho FF A BIMONHOFF, Atiys Bayahore Drive. Miami. Fla. 1/14-21-28 — 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engag business under 'inflctltlou* narm BERNIE'S MEN'S SHOP, al It". N u utii St., Ml* i -i Intends ion lei s.iii name with Hi' Clerk ol lit I 'oin i of I 'ai.Count). Flo BERNARD C GREEN8TEI %  I/14-Z1 -• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 17i;22 BERTHA SK ILK \. Plaintiff, vs. JACK HKALKA, Defends NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOl J MK BKALKA MiD. Blumenthal Bdgle) Avenue ,1, ii isi i. I', mi| Yi il ale lid i l.\ I.-IIIIII i ,1 'i. • %  -' v* i-opy of .. Bll i 'omplalnl u|H>n liainnffatsw and i" file your Original An Ihe ifflce of the Clerk of this C on oi befoi a the 14th dai of Fen u othei \v ise, I he Bill of Corapl for Divoic. heretofore filed aga you will l.e taken as ronfeased hj Dated al Miami. Florida, this daj of January. IMS, E. B, I. i:\TIIERMA.V. clerk, circuit Court o I laie i 'ouni v. Florida By JOAN C TRN'oYi: i ievut) Clerk Name and address of I'lalntlfis Attornes NORMAN It. LYONS 91*-*12 Olympls Building, Miami, I I 14-21-UJ 2/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTRE IS HEREHY OIVEN t i t the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnesa under the flctltlou* nam* LKB'S HA<: SHOP; LEJCS U.'OGA : SHOP; LEES LEATHERGOODS: LEE'S HANDBAGS; LEE'S BAG! JEWELRY; LEE'S HANDBAGS AND H'OGAOB; LEE'S HANDBAGS LEATHERGOODS; LEE'S LUGGAGE AND LEATHERGOODS, at 421 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida. Inland to register said name wui clerk or the Circuit Court "f | County, Flo BEN BALZM \ S LEE 8ALZMAN Co IE .1 TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants i %  i.in, oin Road, Ml* I 12 11 — I 7 1 l-'-'l MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN RD. AT WASHINGTON PAYS INTEREST PER ANNUM ON SAVINGS QUARTERLY NEXT INTEREST PAYMENT DATE APRIL FIRST ffDEBAL DEPOSIT INS CORP... INSURES EACH ACCT. TOD0.000 SHEPARD BROAD, Preident Hanker Federal Reserve System Deposit Insurance Corp. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *J


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tDffffff ARTUKOVK LOViS CALIFORNIA MzJemMxModiMam MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1955 SECTION B DOCTORS AT TURN OF THE CENTURY oward Kane Named Jubilee PAMPHLETS OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS Chairman; Goal Set at $150,000 Arab Pr P^anda in U.S. Blisters Jews Gently Iward Kane, well-known civic \r. has been named chairman (lount Sinai Hospital's fifth anall-star Jubilee benefit show, f held this year on Mar. 3 at Miami Beach Auditorium. a board of trustees meeting bast week, president Max Orolennounced that Kane had ac\d the post, succeeding Leon|A Wi*n. who has served in capacity for the past four 1st year's event, with Ed Sullivan of television and newspaper ed with the hospitals fund raising fame as master of ceremonies, event as a member of Mount amassed a record-shattering gate Sinai's board of trustees. Among of $145,000, a figure which, accordhis other outstanding contributions ing to Kane, must be exceeded in drder to overcome the hospital's deficit of $150,000. Sullivan has once again accepted the invitation to act as master of ceremonies for the all-star Jubilee show, Kane revealed. Although this is Kane's initial effort as chairman of the Jubilee, he has been prominently connectnited Order of True Sisters T$6tope*JLaboratbry Gift 'wen to Mount Sinai Dunt Sinai Hospital was the retnt this week of a grant from ll'nited Order of True Sisters ptablish an isotope laboratory. new iiboratory provides adInal facilities for treatment and nosis, using the advanced tech\i resulting from atomic stuThe laboratory will use radioire iodides to treat and diagnose ker. thyroid and certain heart litions. the dedication, attended by than 100 members, additioninds were presented by the ed Order of True Sisters which ipermit the further expansion le Isotope Laboratory. The adJnal donation was presented by Henry Scisorek, chairman of |l'nited Order of True Sisters. )an Ruskin, vice president of Ini Sinai Hospital. addition to the grant for new |>ties, $500 was donated as an nal grant to pay for isotope mails to treat indigent patients. Irs. Julian Ollendorf, president of the Greater Miami Circle of United Order of True Sisters, and Mrs. Moe Sigelbaum, president of Miami 43 Chapter of the Order, assisted Mrs. Scisorek in the presentation. Kuskin greeted members of the United Order and told them "that your benevolent work further stimulates the hospital's efforts to provide the facilities for the newer methods of diagnosis and treatment." Dr. Donald Altman, radiologistin-charge of the isotope laboratory, told the. meeting how titf equipment and the radio-active iodides are used in diagnosis and treatment of patients. Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital, said that "your interest in the effort to control cancer is setting a precedent for other organizations. Since cancer was among the five leading causes of death, the interest of the United Order of True Sisters in the treatment of this disease is especially commendable." Howard Kant to the community are Included: Community Chest chairman for Miami Beach in 1951, director of the Dade County Research Foundation, vice president and treasurer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign in 1953 and numerous important posts in community planning organizations. A former Army major, Kane, whose family origin is Providence, R.I.. was formerly affiliated with the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. He is a member of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Westview Country Club and the Temple Israel Synagogue. "I am sure," said Kane when accepting his appointment, "that the people of the Greater Miami area, who have come through so nobly in the past, will afford me the cooperation which is so necessary if we are to meet our large goal and overcome the hospital's ever-growing deficit. "The deficit, of which we should all feel proud, is the result of Mount Sinai's many free services to the community. Such services as its free clinics, its aid to ther medically indigent, its diagnostic programs and its resident, intern and nurse training programs." By BETH SIEROTY JTA WASHINGTON — Be you Jew or Gentile — if you walk into the Egyptian Embassy, you would be greeted warmly and treated hospitably. If you should ask for information you would be generously heaped with pamphlets, reviews, short histories, progress reports, and social studies. And among all these incidents would be a small booklet entitled "Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land." This work was published by the Arab League Information Bureau. It is printed in bold type and contains terrifying pictures. The theme of the work is that "the prime object of the Jews was to get rid of the Arab population by any means." The pamphlet begins, "the world has only just been shocked by the disgusting revelations of the horrible, sadistic cruelties practiced by the Nazis. Now we haev once more to hear the horrible tale of sadistic cruelties and wanton brutalities perpetrated against an innocent population. But this time the aggressors are those very Jews." Ironically the very next page finds the authors playing upon the same stereotypes exploited by the Nazis. "When reading of these atrocious acts, one unconsciously thinks of their perpetrators being untaught savages, or barbarians of the remote past. Yet these same Jews have for centuries, by virtue of their money-massing activities, gathered to themselves the cream of culture and refinement of whatever country they have settled in. The wealthy, educated Jew, surrounded by all the culture and art that his riches can command, has been a long familiar figure in civilized society. How superficial that veneer of culture really is." Such propaganda is aflame with irrelevant notions, misstatements. exaggeration, and outright distortions aimed to arouse prejudice. Its intentions are not to communicate honest thoughts, but to label in a sinister light a particular group. "Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land" runs riot with name-calling. The purpose is not to educate readers, but to propagate a fantastic hypothesis. Throughout the pamphlet, the reader finds sickening rescriptions" of torture for which the Zionists are blamed. "Havmg looted everything of value in the village, the Zionists next turned their attention to their human booty, slaughtering men, women and children without mercy. On this occasion, about 250 Arabs were butchered. Among these were 25 pregnant women, whose bodies were deliberately ripped open with bayonets, and 52 mothers with babies at their breast, as well as about 60 other women and young girls. Little children were cut to pieces under the eyes of their mothers." At another point, a similar "description": "A number of old and sick persons were captured by the Zionists who lopped off their heads, arms and legs." It was also charged that "on April 20, 1948, a further thirteen bodies of Arab youth were found. These bodies were also fearfully mutilated, some being beheaded, while others had their noses cut off and their eyes scooped out." The Jews are accused of resorting to germ warfare, the same charge the Communists made against America in connection with the Korean War. The booklet offers no proof of its accusation. It simply states "it is strongly sus1 pected that the cholera epiI demic which smote Egypt and the Syrio-Palestine border" was caus| ed by Zionist "bacteriological warfare." "For several years past the Rehovoth Research Institute has been hard at work under the supervi.-ii'ii of Dr. Weizman, who in fact resides next door. Yet no one appears to know exactly what is g<>r ing on inside the institute, nor what are the results of its scientific researches! Are we to suppose that all these years of experiments. carried out under the supervision of such a well known scientist, have produced no useful results; or have these results proved only to useful to serve the Zionists' cowardly purpose?" From this observer's viewpoint, it seems a shame that after such a delightful greeting at the Egyptian Embassy one must come away with "literature" like the "Jewish Atrocities in the Holy Land." Pan B. Ruskin receives a grant from United Order of True Sisters for the isotope laboratory at Mount Sinai Hospital. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Moe Sigelbaum. president, Miami |3 of the United Order; Mrs. Henry Scisorek, over-all cancer pairman; Ruskin. Mount Sinai vice president; and Mrs. Julian Ollendorf, president. Greater Miami Circle. Budapest String Quartet Schedules Concert For Dade County Auditorium Budapest Stitng Quartet will apT on Thursday evening, Feb. 3, 'he Dade County Auditorium. P"unded in 1930, the quartet tol> Performs over 100 concerts anPally. [•Members include Joseph Roist!!''..-. Goro


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%  %  • PAGE 14 A leitf fkrrttoiL raiDAYj ANiumY. Louis Krensky, Chicago Financier, Dies at 56 Service? for Louis J Kren^kj 56. Chicago financier and author of the Krensky Plan of Bank took place Wednesday in Temple Beth SI Beach. BAPRV fTOWABO E f Obituaries s* %  burial in Mt. Nebo Cemeter>' un( ti :. : ':, I h Memon A Chapel. Mr. Krensky died M A resilient of Miami Beach for 11 year.-, he came from Chica. and lived at 4955 Delawar „ He was vice president, chairm.:". m SOSDBERC HENRV s:~"*G£H iNNA GER*S" BOP S S.4.. E = Zionist Roots Viewed Moves Office Cans tli .nnounced ,1 ,,f his downtown office I SW fed avc vatii the Metropollt, [nsurai %  '-'"•' f*n Don m prodc" itd to i i :ui. eo* \ %  ioi %  ""• "TORMERNURSE CAN TA IIDIRIY UDY, OR COUPLE. Beoutiful horn*. Spoc.ous roams with bath. Kosher ityU dial*. PHONE: 838381 wnn & BOARD 1 IN IIAUTIFUl, PRIVATI TJ Encleted .— l P .rd and Oarj : recordingof short interviewv. ith she .:., a ifhsrai thing attempt to counteract the effect i-tore and t-> — .-. >i ••./.,•, I II I I -.... nww wyy w JIIUI i IUWIVRTW8 Willl Servicewere held r '•''"-' t he fmir kmi %  "— rial Chapel ur rael f old ers remaining Ceeaati alive in Syrian hands. During the MRS. FAYE ESTHER SIMON I interview-, carried on in Hebrew of i<5 N\\ here each of the prisoners said that he ..ears, died Jan 14 vlving i „... c ,..„ii __J „.i._j %  as well and asked for such things David Freedman. Jai kaonvllli as bookand clothing Isaac rVi-dmin. Camilla. ia a ., ... 'Uutrr Miami; a; Meanwhile. Pvt. Ilan was buried bother and ., rioter. W1(h full military honors at his IDA GOOOFRIENO home kibbutz. Can Shmuel. near Maaera in the proence of the M Survived t •. thief (if Staff of the Armv the and Ira; one daughter. Bl \rm\Crnpf rhonloin r.„A J.' -' j I t-iaP'ain and numer• %  ous delegations from settlementThe dead soldier ,survived by a brother and sister, awell u |,v his father and mother. Himother, Feiga Ilanit. ia prominent member ol the Mapam party and waa representative in the fir-t Israel Parliament. fgypf Again Defies UN Continued from Page 1 A supervision organization in Palestine, the matter of further disposition of the ship. Israel circK indicated that they would not enter into further discussions about the Bat Galim with Gen. Burn-, in-i-ting that Egypt must relea-e it. At this week's meeting the 1951 Btion was re-affimed by Fernand van Langenhove. of Belgium, Dr. Victor A. Belaunde. of Peru! and Sir Leslie. At the la-t meeting of the Council similar reaffirmationi were voiced on behalf of the United States, Britain, France and Brazil. Abba S. Eban. Israel delegation chief, made a brief statement at the meeting, reviewing his government's insistence that the Canal must be kept open for all shipping and recalling Egypt's violation of Mixed Armistice Commission rulings ordering it to release the freighter Bat Galim which it seized last September 28. MRS. LENA FREEDLAND '--.'-' %  '•-•• %  : away Jan 14 Sen es wen G Mian %  .,in Mt. Nebu Cemetery. LOUIS LEVITIN n of %  •'. TI passed away Jan. :i I.. ami Be* h. FANNIE FINE I 14T3 BW Ita --. paaaod away Jan. 14 in a to tal Survlved b> Martin Ren Urn were •••:it T>> ,i,d interment b) Mini Rivera! LEGAL NOTICE ELI COHEN • '••.! BV. ••• IIa retired nn i here IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA „„ ,. No. 291MB RK: ESTATE OF „ SAM KRANK NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKC APPLICATION FOR FINAL V,,-.. D D'SCHARGE filed filed • I" i rtllteII(-f %  """ e!gh" I, ru-. red I %  -,%  • in fJol : B .'.' MRS. LILLIE COHEN ''•'' %  I'.eaoh. t %  %  .' Kaw Kaj.lan. of th.. 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fewiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IE 29— Number 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1955 PRICE: TEN CENTS \33 RECORD-BREAKING SUM REPORTED \a\ Gifts bhtfler Attracts 600; i-Giving is New CIA Keynote rording-shattering $639,233 dged by an inspired inau?r audience of some 600 Sunday night to successsn the 1955 Combined Jeweal. ^official total will be swelstantially by several large outstanding, Sam J. Heiimpaign chairman, said. d on by the inspired adjf Israel Consul Reuven Rabbi Irving Lehrman and George Jessel, contribujounced many new increaslavish Font'ainebleau holl event Sunday night. called the birth of Israel (or historical event of the itury and declared that Isill not have survived with1 help of American Jewry. jS'.atc of Israel flung open I to 800,000 Jews from all le world, and the country in'.inue to keep its doors any Jew seeking refuge as the State of Israel exists," leclared. Ite the presence of unneighbors on its borders, i the face of boycotts and "is, Israel's achievements in seven years are nothing a miracle, Dafni con Fhe Arab nations have conharass Israel with guerilDcal, economic, diplomatic Fchological warfare—all this lace of the United Nations' linns to lift their blockade rmit Israel to go forward in knd freedom. 1 urged continued support infant democracy which fas a beacon of freedom in Iddle East. ^aid that the City of Miami first community in the Unities to begin the 1955 drive Ids allocated to saving lives is and suggested that the Florida communities adopt |r campaign slogan: "As Mies, so goes the nation." Weinkje, chairman of the inaugural dinner, introduced showman George Jessel, who made a special flying trip frm Hollywood to appear at the traditional initial gifts function. The veteran personality of stage, screen and radio and who is also one of the country's most active humanitarian leaders, has been instrumental in raising thirty-million dollars for Israel and other philanthropic causes through his public appearances throughout the United States. Not only Israel but also national and local institutions receive funds from the Combined Jewish Appeal, it was pointed out by Rabbi Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Lehrman described his recent visit to Israel with Mrs. Lehrman as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. He pointed up the serious tensions arising in North Africa, especially Continued on Page 3 A Eisenhower Tells Press Conference New Ladejinsky Appointment May Be Stassen's Mistake in Judgment Surprises Newsmen With Failure To Understand Agronomist's Case WASHINGTON (JTA)—Remarks question of the security program, by President Eisenhower last week The New York Times said that in response to questions at his "President Eisenhower's comments press conference on the Wolf Ladeat his press conference about jinsky case were considered here the Federal employe security proto have beclouded the issue further | gram in general and the Ladejinand to have had an adverse effect ; sky case in particular have only on the Russian-born Jewish agronJ compounded the confusion already omist. I existing in the public mind and, Ladejinsky, former U.S. agricul] s o ar as we can see, within the tural attache in Tokyo, where he Government itself. Never has was given credit for the major land 'here been a greater need than now reform program, was fired as a f r a thoroughgoing examination security risk when that job came of lne whole program." The Times under the Department of Agriculeditorial supported the idea of a Gtii. Mosht Doyen demands return of Joldien Civilians Evacuated as Syrian Troops Concentrate on Border lent Briefs Eric tton Before Envoy's rture for Near East 5HINGTON (JTA) — Presiisenhower save final instrucay to his special envoy Johnston who will leave by Jan. 23 for Israel in pursuit ^ional water cooperation bethc Arab state and Israel. Johnston, who reported to esident at the White House, liat he will spend a week in [before proceeding to the Aries. He will confer with Isjthorities on the morning of From Israel he will go to and from there to Jordan. Ext stops will be Lebanon, |!yria. (chances for success, said Mr. Ion, were "about the same." Id his attitude on departure of "restrained optimism" at there is "some reason for tope." He stressed that he his best to bring about an lent although he said he may able to do it on this trip. his third visit to the Near this mission. TEL AVIV (JTA) — Major reinforcements of Syrian troops are being poured into the Syrian positions along the Jordan River opposite Israel, it was reported late Wednesday. The Syrian troop concentrations were seen as a reply to Israel charges that five brad soldiers capture and held by the Syrians since early last December had not been treated in accordance with the terms of the Geneva Convention on treatment of prisoners of war, and to the Israel demand for an investigation of the charges. The reports said that civilians on the Syrian side of the demilitarized area had been evacuated. Syrian sentries were reported to be stopping even United Nations cars in the area and checking the personnel in them. The Israel charges were filed last weekend with the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission, which was asked to undertake an immediate investigation into the condition of the prisoners and to hold an emergency meeting after the inquiry. It was noted that keeping these men in a prison was a violation of the convention, as was keeping them in solitary confinement. It is believed here that Pvt. Uri Han, one of the five, who committed suicide in a Damascus prison last week, did so because he was kept in solitary confinement. Rrig. Moshe Dayan, Israel's Chief of Staff, in eulogizing Pvt. Han. said that the Army cannot assure the life of its soldiers, but with soldiers the life of the state and army was assured. Shortly after the body of the young soldier was returned to Israel a post mortem examination was performed at the Tel Hashomer hospital. The funeral procession left the hospital in a large convoy, preceded by Army dispatch riders. Brig. Dayan has demanded of the United Nations chairman of the Israel-Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission that the remaining four soldiers be informed of Han's fate, and that all of them be released at Continued on Page 14 A ture from the Department of State. An anti-Semitic issue figured in the developments. The State Department had cleared him. Following intercession by the White House staff, the Foreign Operations Administration named Ladejinsky to a "sensitive" post in Vietnam. The President surprised his press conference by declaring that Ladejinsky's clearance for the new post with the FOA was entirely the responsibility of FOA director Har old Stassen. and that if it should prove to be an error. Mr. Stassen would have committed that error. The President said he had not reached any personal judgment in the case, and said that the whole affair was a case where honest men might legitimately reach differing conclusions. Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson still thinks Ladejinsky is a security risk, despite his clearance by both the State Department and the Foreign Operations Administration. Reaction to the President's statement concentrated on the whole Will Not Pass Ships Through Canal Egypt A 3 ain Defies UN Decision on Suez Canal UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — j the Council guaranteeing freedom Egypt this week defied the Securof passage through the waterway, i nonpartisan commission to examine the question, a proposal which President Eisenhower has already rejected. The New York Post, in a strongly worded editorial, accused the President of abdicating "responsibility for the conduct of the government he heads." The Post commented: "At a news conference he (Eisenhower) blandly refuses to pass judgment on the case of Wolf Ladejinsky, the man so scurrilously crucified by the Agriculture Department and then rescued by Harold Stassen. That's Stassen's boy, says Ike; if he doesn't turn out all right that's Stassen's headache. Once again the President misses his chance-to speak up for the most elementary decencies. Once again, by moral cowardice, he helps to push around a relatively defenseless human being. Once again, he abdicates responsibility for the conduct of the government he heads." The Daily Mirror in an editorial on what it termed "The Ladejinsky Confusion," said that the President had evidently not been properly briefed by those whose duty it was to do so and that he had been "forced into a corner where he had to condemn either Benson or Dulles." ity Council by refusing to allow freedom of passage for Israel ships through the Suez Canal. After seven members of the Council — including all the major Western Powers — had re-affirmed their support of the 1951 resolution of Herut Motion Rejected as Parliament Gives Cabinet Vote of Full Confidence JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel Government won a confidence vote in Parliament late Tuesday after the rightwing Herut attacked it and introduced a motion of non-confidence. The vote upholding the Sharett Government was 66 for, seven against and 12 abstentions. The leftist Mapam and Achdut Avodah parties and the communists abstained. The Herut charged that the government was maintaining a "defeatist" policy, retreating on such political issues as the Bat Galim case and the Syrian eapture and detention of five Israel soldiers. During the debate, the parties which later abstained explained that they would not vote with the Herut because they opposed it, although they did not approve of the government policies. Omar Loufti, head of the Egyp-: tian delegation, insisted the Egypt will interpret regulations regarding the Suez Canal as it sees fit. Sir Leslie Knox Munro, of New' Zealand, president of the Council, told Egypt that it is inconceivable thai Israel ships or crews would ever try to sabotage the Canal. Mr. Loufti made such an accusation at the last meeting # of the Council on Jan. 4. But after'Munro had called such suspicions groundless', Mr. Loufti insisted that Israel sailors might mine the Canal, scuttle a ship to block it. send "terrorists" into Egyptian territory, or otherwise use the Canal for "sabotage or espionage." Regarding the Israel vessel Bat Galim, seized by Egypt, the Egyptian delegate told the Council that It Hit UN tions here to his special envoy leeks with Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief of {•nctrt Stag* staff of the United Nations truce Editorial Continued en Pag* 14 A HeNyweee! HaraM Stance ... his heodocne In This Week's Issue Mindlin Society Sperts Washington Seen* Ziaria



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PAGE 2 B JmistHtridi !" Kaven School Board Elects Mrs. Levin MrNathaniel M. Levin WM named president of the board of directors of the Haven School at a recent meeting in Kendall. Other officer* named include Earle Bowser, vice president: Mr-. Mattie Belle Davit, MacUiy; and Earl Shurt7. treasurer. Haven School is a boarding school for mentally retarded boys and girls, between the ages "i six and 14. A nonprofit corporation. it i< supported by numen>uorganizations and individuals in the Greater Miami area. Out-going president was John McCudden. "During his administration. Mrs Levin said in assuming office. "Haven School expanded its facilities by adding another complete dormitory' for 20 additional children."' Mrs. Levin also said that a newcottage for the use of dormitory house mothers had been added to Xcphrosis C hapttT the school's facilities as well %  .. increased .-pace to the classroom. Opens Offices Here Funds for the classroom were An educaI|f nal txh ,bit telling raised by members of the Sigma thp .. Story Qf Nephni>> ir dren will feature the forma FRIDAY. IANUAHV. Manufacturers Plan Exhibit | IKM) Ir ill* adI icturcra "i women*! will take part i th annual -pnny and ... ; | ,,| ih-ir new m mtli • Perrj H idin d "Pacesetters" of the C IJewtohAppe eetejiby host Sam Friedland left as ad: unction starts 1955 campaign with substcr.:;cl inaec. • %  % %  crl social affair are left to right Friedkmd Leone. loms Lansburgh. chairman. Hotel Divimoa. Ho M vice chairman. Initial Gifts, and general campaign chairmen Sam J. Heiman. latest innovations | 0 Southeastern United sS? Latin America ^^' An additional 200 „„„„. trill show ;:t the Sea 1,1.7 Miami Beach, under th of the Miami Beach Najklfl ion Exhibr h( **l Nat Roth it director of 9 Radin revealed thai la ,' I Pan AT show "WM th. .1 '' rket will be held „ ur hl ^ MM 1.500 buyerfroaJ ter hi of the count rv. lh tfa top ouiufacturers ol 1 pa, p tcketand other wrrmoi 1 uir.-rs from Miami. htffornla. Chidb. St. I.OUI1. u and Hawaii will vie vv th 1 ach other in exhibiting their *3W VDNVTin sorority. North Dade Presents Pageant of Festivals PTA : '•' %  • North Da M K :llu .. n ,, Thi> rtidi' -ibli-hment of baurr h office d> dusively to rtrayed bj Rita and comfort to child] nd children, Bonnie in and office n thi battle focus publ n '>n •• ol th;PALMER'S MIAMI MCNOMENI CO. Serving the iei lene. .ml chilli, N The Nephrosis 1 Rhoda Steri 1 irkerunder the supervis Mrs. Nathaniel levin local mea. give time without fei Members include Drs Gunnard J. Antell. Ira K Brandt, Solomon B Goldman. James J. Griffits, Robert B. Lawson, George 1. : %  B. Marks. Warren \V. Quillian. Charlt B -• nfeld, Sam J. Roberts and Irving Stemerman. Ultimate goal of the Nephrosis Foundation here i> to establish a fellowship for re-earch at one or more of the local hospitals and to create a ward to care for Nephrotic children Consulting psycholi I Dr. Syvil lltrquil George Chertkof and Arthur Gottlieb are legal adChoir wt in I .1 bj Lucille %  urice N> u VPami's On* And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For .mmediate Delivoryl Community SincelSJl Exclusive Dealenl ROCK of m MEMORIALS i'


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% AY. JANUARY 21. 1955 few*# norlcilan PAGE 5 A ambam Festival on in Israel it'SAI.EM (JTA)—'Rambam which marks the 750th anJpry t the bank's annual stock[•]-' meeting. y. Peiser is assistant chairman m board of Food Fair Stores, and former vice president of ersity of Pensylvania. Ruby, a sr resident of Miami Beach, ikii.ijo industrialist and one of irgest Chevrolet dealers in the td States |o Robinson, vice chairman of nard of the Dania Rank, aniced the election of Ruby and r after the stockholders' \in'A Friday-night. >shannah Girls Nam? fcl Abrams President roi Abranu was Installed preeoiihe newly formed Sho( bah B'nai B'rith Girls at receremonlea in Ramon's res-1 mi. pey Adler, director of Flortoutli groups, acted as instalfoffircr hers assuming posts were Ine Clein, vice president; Seine Zipperson, secretary; Joy %  low, treasurer; Janet Rosenchaplain; Susie Kopp, serIt-at-arms; Lauretta Kaufman, lamentarian; and Mickie Brett, ter. fier. members of the group are |a Serotta, Beverly Rolans. Ahearn. Joan Bloom, fris Brm.tn, Sandy Alexander and fSnssman. rt Association Seeks lunteer Workers nil Walker, chairman of the hi of the Heart Association of iter Miami, this week issued a Itywide call for volunteers to st in the 1955 Heart Fund drive Bg the month of February. rer released the call for volun^s trom the Heart Fund head Mers at 1550 NE 2nd ave. Volunteer workers can join the Ipaign by calling Mrs. Ruth lard at Heart Fund headquarIrs Bernard is serving as vice firman of Heart Sunday with A' mi serving as chairman of the rial Sunday collection program [Feb. 20. In 1135 in Cordoba. Spain, and died in 1204 in Egypt. A few years after his death, his remains were transferred from Egypt to Palestine and reinteired near Tiberias, where nil I tomb h.is n-mamed a shrine for generations of Jews. Pin lent at the ceremonies were President Itzhak Bcn-Zvi, Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog. members of the Cabinet, scientists and cultural loader*. A special pilgrimage was made to the tomb of the Rambam in Tiberius last Sunday The observance of the anniversary isponsored jointly by the Rabbi Kook Ins'itute. a religious j educational center, and the MinisJtry of Religion. The latter i. appropriating 80.000 pounds for the observance of the anniversary. 50,000 pounds of which has been set aside for the rebuilding of the [tomb in which the remains of the world-famed Jewi-.li thinker He. The national observance start %  th David Men to Hear >od Bank Report leeting of Beth David Men's jlti will be held on Tuesday e veil, Jan 25, announced Max JaIton, president. It-port by Charles Spingarn, [id bank chairman, will be made [the results of "Blood Donor y" held recently, when over 75 its of blood was collected to iblish blood accounts at Mt. |ai Hospital and Dade County 3d Bank. • uest for the evening will be rhe Carlyle, humorist. im at Gables [•What Shjuld be Jewish About a Hah Child" will be the subject hhe Tuesday Adult Forum" on V 25 of the Coral Gables Jewish liter Louis Schwartzman, direcl of the Bureau of Jewish Educa, and Mrs. Jack Honig. Hebrew lemy faculty member, will be rst speaker. Panel will include |>bi Morris Skop. Louis Kisner Mike Baskin, chairman of the lit Institute at the Center. AMAZING W COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE 1 Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! '4 Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... fust as qukk but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you, in ihe famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water .. and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A Product ol Ctn—al F+odi THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-DROP FLAVOR! ^



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PAGE 10 B *JmbkG9dML I v : 4 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Chill, brother of Rabbi Akiva Chill, will officiate and discuss: "Three Answers 'he Jew Mu-t Give t<> a ( hectic World.'" Cantor Aaron Weingarten will render the musical portionof the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 8 30 a.m.. when Rabbi Chill will discuss: Morals and Ethics—Are They Di vorced?" Junior services are at 9:30 am Class in Talmud will be held at 4:15 Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Soudos. Rabbi Chill will preach on the Weekly Portion. Jacob Zack will be b FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services Bl S IS p.m. with Rev Leo Heira • jng. services are at 8:30 a.m.. with Ret rendering the musii the Wi ekly 1 are at 10.30 a.m. 5:15 pi: Shalos S dos 5| !! ; "V i Gel W tal \ BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will bold 5:30 p m. Saturday morr I 8:30 a m., with Rabbi Joseph Racl ciating and di on K Jioi At 4 p.m., the Rabbi will preach Pi r tior, i is at 4:30 p n lowed bj SI S and Maariv. Dailj are at 7 30 am. Mincha is at 5 15 p.m. T of the Talmud is 4 15. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE hold late Friday evening services at 8.15 p.m Rabbi Henry Wernick will ; Viam in the Atomic Age Oneg Shabbat following will be sponsored by Mr and Mr* Prank A Ri • of their son. Alar., who will participate in tin and become Bar Mil SatunU) mon „t 9 am. i AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will h ning sen ] 30 p.m. day :•. • a.m.. with I and d i-h in "i p.m., Rabbi Ever will preach Portion ISRAELITE CENTER will Fnd:-. • 5 3j P m. I .• eal 815 p.m with Rut ciating ar.! li seussi ioi I the lil irj low. are at 8:30 a m with R sky preaching on the v. tu>n. Junior services anat am., with i Gerald 1: .ng. 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER hold Friday 815 p.m.. with Rabb: B Leon Hurwitz officiating and preaching on the topic: Religion and Psychiatry." Sen-ices u-henng in the'new month Saturday morning will be followed by a Sabbath dinner held for pupiland parent..f the religious school and Class 3 of the Sunday > c hool. Co-chairmen are the Meedames Samuel Miller. Gilbert Pre and Bernard Snetiker. Rabbi Hurwitz and Mrs. Judith Chernoff will represent the school Rev Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgv. : Swirskj Zohar. Junior services are in Academy Hall at 10 a m NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will bold I %  I 5 30 and 8 r '. discussing Etl Judaism Cantor will chant the Iilur ted by the Center Choir under the direc tton of 1 morning serv* when the Rabbi will dis Weekl) r CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will h ild Friri: eesat 8 15 p m. Rabbi V. will %  Ki MIAMI HE2REW SCHOOL ANO CONGREGATION I M n to Candlelightin? Time Tebet 27 — 5:38 p.m. I 1 > •1* ... B..r %  Mi-h 1:15 | WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER %  • 83u p.m with I • ; disissii %  • will h. %  • : %  tests DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE n with Rabbi Means I in Talmu er the rnusu Sped ind Hem I the child cantor in Bible is : wed by Mil -t will i. Mi TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will Firada} evening -. 8:15 p.m.. with I)r Jamb | ( Kl|) Ian. Rabbi Emeritus, officiating in ,ht Rabbi Joseph N Who will no guest preacher a' pie Beth-Or in Montgomery u a in the pulpit will be Dr Arthur M-ynard. chairman of the Depart ment of Religion a, the University of Miami Subject of hi-ermon is scheduled a-: "Part of the Can ccr or Part of the Answer." HIALEAH • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER ...I hold ^dj ;he n hh, at ,r. Rabb. i rer wtll Ou, Most I TEMPLE EMANUEL .'be 1 be • T Of "T ; the Semutai Lehman r ,'hll.p weal turday • trvah : MI and Mrs %  TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER %  I %  V : -hall • Bar. Pearlstetn t will I rvices an >< 9 %  m Re• I'd Kid du-r. BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION evening pi 1 a m. al 6 p m followed Seudos. Dail) services 0 a m and <> p m with ..I'd jt 8 a nv the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5 15 p m followed by Shalos Seuare at 7:30 a m and 5 45 p.m with Sunday services l 8 am. KNESETH ISRAEL CONORIGATION will hold Friday evening • 5 15 and 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Jonah (apian officiating and hanging Places With ntor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the iturdaj morning services are at 8 30 a m with Rabbi CapIan discussing the Weekly Portion, to Bible i- 4 15 p.m. Minill be at 5 p.m.. followed by 5, idoa Daily services are ID and 5.30 p m. TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8 30 pm with Rabbi David Shaand preaching on M • Greatest Handi%  i reomc it eelden weddlag an i Mrs Joseph • a UN Jodei the mu : the liturg) Hsi ilman will direct the FRIDAY. I choir. Oneg Shabbat foUq, 1 be sponsored by Mr. an7*?f 'estWiegcl. SaturdayS5J ices are at 9 a m i) 4 j )y !" services are at 9 a m. NORTH OAOE JEWIJH TER will hold Friday evem,.: ices at 8:t5 p m with Rabbi Okolica officiating and on the topic: "Ki w Youri Book." Cantor Maurice sJl render the musical p^rticiis di liturgy, with Lucille Moor^y ing the choir. Saturday services are at 9 am.. m Rabbi discussing The Bush." Daily services are a.m. and 7 pm • • • MOMTICELLO PARK CO CATION will bold early intol ning services at 5 30 pm t services are at 8 30 p m.. w^i bi Abraham Levitan


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) AY, JANUARY 21, 1955 Broward Women Combined Appeal Affair lomcn of Dade and Broward Jty will pay tribute to the Ibineil Jewish Appeal at a speT luncheon meeting on Jan. 27 Algiers hotel. |r~ Aaron Fair, president of Conference of Jewish WornOrganizations, has announced r the quarterly meeting of her up will salute the humanitarian (rams of the Appeal and feaan address by a national per%  lity. |rs A. Frank Wellins, second president and program chairn. will head a special committee tharge of the program. Officers of the Conference who participate in the event are Mesdames Matilda Ratner.^first t president; Harry Rogers, (surer; Irwin Weinstein, record; -.ecrctary; Harry Kaufman, regfcr; Julian Weinkle, calendar lirnian; Monte Selig, parliamenliin; Benjamin Appel, correhding, secretary. +Jelstnorkttati PAGE 9 B %  .. Sk S* 4 Mrs. Aarun Tmrr jnists Pe1ition,U-S. tins! Arming Arabs red Jonas, president of the MiBeach Israel Zionist District, week vowed to try to inspire JuKh petitions against shipment arms to the Arabs to "reach as |h as the Washington Monunt in the nation's capital. Jonas announced more than 5,signaturea from signers repreking 28 states have already been Wived at the petition booth in >nt of the Mercantile National Ink on Lincoln rd. fWe're leading the way for the tion right now," said Jonas, "and hope other cities will follow Icklj It's important to point up p fact that shipment of arms by ptral powers to Arabian nations right. After all, we're not at [The Beach Zionists stalled gathjiuj,' petitions last week and, acirdinK to Jonas, intend to have plitional signature stands in synDgues and other public places. caf leaders to Take fart in National Convention Jl)r. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual |a


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f. JANUARY 21, 1955 -JewlstincrkUan PAGE 3 B linafions Open for law Ugravcd plaque will be next month to the Dade ,_./ enforcement officer contributed most in the crime prevention. vard will be made during Crime Prevention Week, Ll9. by the town of Bay Islands. Final selection will by a panel oi prominent Enforcement Officer Award citizens, who will screen nominations made by local residents. Bay Harbor Islands Police Chief Gerald Farrell also has invited nominations from Dade County law enforcement heads. Farrell pointed out that police activity usually is gauged by action following a crime. "This special award," he said, "is being made to honor those officers who have been instrumental in preventing crime and diverting prospective delinquents from, anti-social careers." Crime prevention week is sponsored annually by the National Exchange Club to create public awareness of the threat of lawlessness and to intensify year-round efforts to prevent crime. Rabbi Herson to be Installed January 30 Rabbi Abraham Herson will be installed as spiritual leader of Tifereth Israel Northside Center at an inaugural banquet In his honor on Sunday evening, Jan. 30, at the Sterling hotel. First to arrive for the banquet from out-of-town is the local spiriti ual leader's father, Rabbi H. Her-1 son, dean of the Rabbinate of Winnipeg and Western Canada. Rabbi H. Herson is author of "Pathway of Life." He will act as installing officer at the Jan. 30 affair. *\3GUST BROS R> o E A STA 4 :-.vi...Use only COLGATE-PALMOLIVE -*TlJ If" r—~ ** *-#04*-Mk~~-** v %  ***+&#> I PROVIDES FOR YOUR EVERY NEED1IN ^ AJAA PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX deans sinks, poH, pans, bathrooms wp to twice as easy, twice as fast... fthanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right down the drain! GlAKTSlIEi $ i FOR FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt Remover than any other leading product, plus not one, but two of the most effective whitening Ingredients ever discovered! Yet Fab Is actuahy milder to hands than loading Hooting m FOft MEAT AND DAIRY DISHtS Yes, Kosher and Parve VB1 makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, pjet soak; dont wipe, loot rinse. And no D eter g e n t to hands with VR. ~ -a



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PAGE 4 B *Je*istncrk#Mi_ FRIDAY. AT THE MOVIES Actors, Musicians Have World In Palm but Need Nervous Heels PERSOXAMJTME8 MN PA\p^, Veteran Makes Salt Miner A Lucrative Pro posit By DAVID HOROWITZ By LEON GUTTERMAN JTA HOLLYWOOD — Paulette Goddard has returned to Bollywood from Europe Violinist Isaac Stern haarrived from his second around-the-world concert tour in 16 months. Hell begin his 13th North American concert tour under the direction of Sol Hurok thi> week Ballerina Ludmilla Tcherina. of "Red Shoes" fame. will aceeW the offer of the Metropolitan Opera of New York to be its prima ballerina, starting in February. Now that she has filmed •Sign of the Pagan" for Unii erring Jeff Chandler, she's heading for London to play in the Arnold Pressberger picture linda." • • Arthur Rubinstein is in from I and will begin his 18th concert tour in Lnext week Larry Adler. harn virtuoso, who recorded an album in Paris recei finished h ograi which n the Ui one %  ppeark when hMan's Righ' I and d i I the Human Sp: Copland have been heard throughout the United and Europe, was presented by Grayson Kirk, president of Columbia University, as the concluding speaker in the aeries' four pro%  or. the human -pint lated to ri — 'he visual arts, literature and music. Copland discussed the proet composition, the growth of I from the Gregorian Chant. change> in listening habitand the gi in popularity of serious music. m art and new sound possibilities through elecles "Unlike the other i the r:d of mtu J -pecial ailrr. n, namely a di-prop i a painful and a reckits future.'' and. who has lectured on poetry at 1 been awarded th itzer Pr:ze for mu-ic. the irde Award m %  and Science • • • \v,.rld famed director II LeRoy has been presented with the bronze and marble French equivalent tt-r being acclaimed Hollyw greatest director in a Europe..:-. popularity poll. LeR. y, whose re cent >mah hit "Quo Vadis" made more millions for HGM -' than any picture pre\: duced and idestined to tie with h the Wind" for place, is currently at Warnerdirecting "Strange Lady in Town." starr.Utd Dana Andr all aMi-t> r Robert-." the Broadway hit now being pictunzed tllions de-' is a v Yehudi i ir. Ti I Aviv, u!i<> uhled bj • %  who and will • G. Hoi :• 1 by a rabbi: SometinM ing out rr.y u-hers. I urge pi .cording to their lithe rep from the trea-urer. I am tempted to believe the> rding to their mean• %  • \ veteran Hollywood rabbi announced to Jerry Lewis the other day that he bad d a device that was bound to make his gogue rich 'Every be said i to Jerry, "is sure patenti ine the special feat, H worklike thi-. the rabbi Dollar and qu.. fall on drop on a Chinese bell" Isaac Sttrn stcond world tnr STORIES ABOUT JUDAISM. By Rabbi David Goldberg. 131 pp. New York: Bookman Associates. By HILARY MINDLIN Tinithe companion-pieci About Judaism — Book I." also by Rabbi David Goldberg. In twelve well-written chapters, the l.aiiiu describes the Ideas and which are at the verj heart of Judaism Thi moral living—doing Justice, loving mercy and living humbly, among others—all come through in the lives of the great men which Rabbi Goldberg describi With a ihoveldoter adJ I equipment, the veteran?,! ine, r Mo-he Baharav. former %  quarrying of the rock sjhl r m the Israeli Army and %  snort time thej j ncB J lenl of the Israel Spiritualist W output fro m M JZ ty, wondered a few years ago The rich product w win Israel, a country with mounj trucks and t ran -ported I tains ol pure rock -alt in the So-1 "far Yerucham. a ne% Hum area, had to import most of j** een ,he Quam *„,) It from Turkey and Rumania : There they set up machinm] and other countries, paying good "ie salt was crushed. -J dollarUpset, the ingenious Baground and packed for < harov thought of an Idea. He cont he consumerit Wjs vinced ten of his colleagues, all, ^ .. former army officers, that Jraelff" h "'' Vlsh wl could produce itown salt from about b e "Ccessfol 4,4, the \a-t depo-its at Mount Sodom, j making Arava Salt Works, I ling their money, the members the first such private 1 of the group got together ,-nd ac-j the Negcv's history. The' quired a license from the govern-i became almost agreat as 1 ment to start a -alt factory at the played in the early days < where Lot wife became American gold rushat 1 a pillar "f-alt. I more families left the -ettled in Kfar Y> rucharr. 1 ers and partnerin theS Ben-Gurion at hiSde treat, learning of ihe w| became elated and sent i gratulations to Moshe The total requn-mentj 1 I in Israel amount to about tOOl vearly. The Ara\a with its p 12.000. Mo.-he Baharav %  mplt-x background with the main objective effortlessness and a desire for when the book illlll-hed. lor classroom use, it makeasj> cellenl material. Each of the section1illustrated by Friedel Dzubai Rabbi Goldberg beginhis work with the -ton ol prophetic Judaism ait travelled abroad. Book I included di-cu->ion of the prophet-, their liveand their writings In hipresent volume. Rabbi Goldberg describes the di—emination of their philosophy. Thu-. thenare excellent tales of is to increase the yearly 1 so as to supply not only rael's needs, but also the I market. A true belli m in t gev, Moshe Baharav is its hidden potentialities, plotted, will eventually gin| the economic stability it sol needs. To do this, he hopes to i American investorSeventl lion dollars are needed to 1 an additional compn %  -or, owl, eldozer, a 15-ton dk M crushers, one milling one diesel generator of 351 pacity. An additional SW.O indicated, will be ft Off THE Mi OHIf Even Supreme Court Can't Seem to Get Artukovic out of Soft California Berth By NATHAN ZIPRIN SvtA-t regime. The Yugoslav government maintained that the treat) -till in effect and that, even if the hypothesis of expiration accepted. Artuk -mi subject to deportation under exi-tine precedentmaking war criminalliable to extradition irre-pec; treaty The C.S. Supreme Court held that the treaty fej still operative. Artukovic. now married to a woman who is an American citizen. The US Supreme Court lied that Andrei Artukovic, |he Himmler of Croatia who has been ing under California s sun. is subject to extradition to Vug la where he is wanted as a war criminal. Yet there are no of action by any of the Washington agencies with jurisdiction over the matter although many weeks have now elapsed since the ruling Tne s Eanbaaej %  Wash-' li: hopei lo e-cape the awsise^iof ington based itextradition deextradition and trial, but to at mand on a charge that Artukovic compli>h this he will have to have was re-pon-ible for the murder of help and cooperation from power•the entire Jewish population of ful rifeJas — and that preciselv 1Croatia as part of a policy of exh 's intention. He haimpudentlv termination that was unequaled in denied involvement or re-pon-ihii ferocity even by the Nazis them•*> the liquidation of tens of elve< thousandof Jews and Serbs, even In his long battle against the ex,hou 8 h is common knowledge tradition move. Artukovic hoped to U,at "lu'dation of the unwanted save his f.thy hide by a technical*" hls Pnmary function as %  inity — that he could not legallv be ernal "* % %  ** watchdog. Artudeported to Belgrade on the J 0VIC ho *ever. stands convicted hv ground that the old treatv with the own ords and record In February of 1942 he IMfU; he Hj(ler •an assertion that all Jews were communists harnessed to world Ptolemy of Egypt and the High Priest Blazar of Jerusalem. On the lace of it. thibook is hoth ol whom felt it w.,n.-t quite -liy assimilated r '~ t '" keep the Bible "a cloaasj %  be used in classrooms by hook" -imply because it was writchildren from eleven to thirteen ,,n "' Hebrew. But the prophets Book I was designed •"''' aJjaJn delineated—their inten for pupils between ten and twelve.) '"' ns an '' their devotion. Once But the verj nature ol the writing """"'' portrayed are Amos, Hosea. j able equipment to make til and the interesting historical scholIsaih. Micah and Jeremiah. Nor including pacakagin ar-h.p which wen, into its makeZ~'^ Z^r I'^T """ Baharav believethe up. it 1to be confe-ed will also l '"~"'" ,n "> interpreted the pro-;. "'" phetic word lor their m r ,n 8 'fers %  %  ni\e5tnai| tch ensibihties and help gotten e.r people, for shareholders th-m ab-orb what can oft en be Rabbi Goldbei into h.province Rabbis Ganuu, ben Maimon, Hillel and 4. nosl ol othi 1These are interpret-: ed in disci. hapter so that the preceding n" 1c-ry-talii. In essence "Storiea About j u unfokla the verj f„untam'"••'I ol ancient Jewish tradition and revealthe effects of itimhis countrysalvation re-ted in Pf^. 011 the J lm that has evorrthe liquidation of the Jewish prob ', (1 ,hr,,u h the centuries Bookman len : AsaociaJai and Rabbi Goldberg are Official minutes of higovern c m !" ndecl for the splendid ment. photostatic cop,,.„f which work ,ht 'v ha ve done both in the wer t made available to me for ex' P recc "ig and present companionanimation by authoritative sourcepwcv v "'ume. prove conclusively ,hat ArtukovicL"* DW nbaoU, I believe will wa. a fanatK advocate of Jewiah m J b, h **"*> Particularly adapliquidation through Hitlerian mcth, '" %  %  •• %  techniquein0( j. 1 >oivina th' ,.. .„v.._„ /"the teaching of Philosophy and hlM(( ^ Jewi-h lUlJ^OBiJU^SPORTS Co Mit>t tthortv ...^.K^1t*• nimi8sioner Hclfand's Fut By BILL WOLF JTA B<,x.n 2 circlehave been f,lied we (bourse a llvsterf do US. under which Belgrade demanded his extradition had autoite ascenmatically expired with the ss?ivj i s?j? %  of' h ,,^. U J a n over STeo^e Juh.? u ha W '" ^ fo "o*ed by Julius Helfand. who was recentKappointed New York State ooxmg commiss.oner by Governor H.rriman. Helfand has been on the -,.,„ of the KingCounty district atorney and has achieved ,he repua 'or, of a racket-bu-ter. Thus ">e question art* vvi„ Helfand a job of cleaning up the unboxing^ There ,s ^Peculation whether or not he was named ,0 the port for ,h,s purp He reveal his ^^^^ ^ Z a deu "ed survey of the CT. WWU "I the New ThuHelf,„ d has he opporsports about forms. history if he some badly neetW Joe Klein stepped intoJ lyn ring recently as a ** fighter. The bout turned be one of Kleins best *' an upset by winning 00 nical knockout when was stopped m the seveatn r He beat Gerald Dreyer Africa. Klein has woni*>• hu 41 fights. He weight w in the bout, the same w*" which Dreyer tipped the



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INUARY 21. 1955 -Jewish fUrldkwi PAGE 7 A rnational Bond Meeting Due pig civic and commuin Jewish comrmimilithe free world will atItemational Mobilization for Israel Bonds to be Hotel Fontainebleau in ich on Saturday eve[29. and Sunday, Jan. 30, announced by the State |ond Organization, ping in the two-day contiich is being called to )bilization of economic Jr Israel through the sale {Development Bonds in be key Jewish leaders und South America and Among these perhe Simon Feldman. (Irover, chairman of pal Committee for Israel Canada; Adolfo Kates, f the Israel Bond drive tto il Heim, leading the Switzerland ComI Israel Bonds; Paul Philed States, Julian B Venetky, chairman of its executive committee, and Henry Montor, chief executive officer, will be among principal speakers. With Israel Development Bonds now being offered for sale in 27 countries throughout the free world, delegates to the conference are expected to give special attention to the reenrollment in 1955 of Trustees. Guardians of Israel and National Sponsors and to the enlistment of new members in these groups. Those who purchase $10,000 in Israel Development Bonds each year are eligible to become Trustees. Those who purchase $1,000 eucb year are eligible to befor Israel Bonds in .M^^uow Guardians of Israel, while women who purchase $1,000 each year become National Sponsors. The State of Israel Development Bond Issue provides the investment capital for Israel's historic program of economic development. Funds derived through the sale of irman for Israel Bon{|4*J0pel Bonds are making possible and Eduard Spier, The growth of industry and agriculHolland's Israel Bond ture, the expansion of irrigation, the construction of roads, harbors and railways, the increase of electric power and the exploitation of natural resources. Olympia Heights Center To Install George Gordon dearie Gordon, of 8430 SW 44th st., will be installed president of the Olympia Heights Jewish Center on Saturday evening, Jan. 22, at his home. Other officer! 1" assume posts include Seymour Matz, recording secretary; Mrs Victoria La.sky. corresponding secretary; Marvin Burlin. treasurer. Mrs. Koselyn Drec.se, financial secretary; Ralph Weclisler, threeyear trustee; Jack Rifkin, two-year trustee; and Al Silverman, one-year trustee. piorable Joseph Kessary, jnisler to Mexico and Lmerica, will represent if Israel at the Conferpor Alben W. Barkley,,or former vice president I States. Samuel Roth >n.il chairman of the Is I Organization in the l)nitTeen Age Breakfast Teen Age Breakfast of the North Shore Jewish Center will be held Sunday morning, Jan. 23. M Seville' features jlitan Opera Stars ku'-' mil mi: Metropolitan fcociation stars as Eugene BtolHTt Merrill, Graciela %  oeola Moscona, Dolores Inn Frank Giarrera will %  i Monday evening, Jan. performance of "The BarI\ i ]• at the Miami Beach 1m Hduction is presented *y kei Miami Opera Guild, Mb di Fillipi. director. %  FJiippi this week said t Beach performance "is "ti> be the greatest proi r realized by the Opera thai the organizat has already gone over HI. k and that "no exspared to assure a i ning al the opera Jan. HBuild spokesmen have reHat a box at Miami Beach Hni la being reserved for %  l.nold Shapiro. who-e Bill be the Shah of Iran %  Queen and that "there is Bpoibility they may alien out Rossini opera. Dr. m\ indicated, is a world %  k'orite and has received %  productions in European trican opera houses. The Jtan Opera cast has been radio, television and in performances. are available at Miami ho and Sak's Fifth AveJWV Commander Demands Explanation of Catholic Leader's McCarthy Letter WASHINGTON—Joseph F. Barr, National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, last week called for an explanation of the statement of Msgr. Edward R. Martin at the Nov. 7 communion breakfast of the Catholic War Veterans of the Department of New York. In a letter to Thomas J. Cuite, National Commander of the Catholic War Veterans of the United States. Barr referred to the statement of Msgr. Martin that five million dollars have been raised by the opponents of Senator McCarthy to secure his ouster from the Senate "solely because of his Catholic ideals." "It had been my hope," Barr wrote, "that Cardinal Spellman, when called upon to state his views on the matter, would leave no room for any doubt but that Msgr. Martin was speaking without authority, that he was not speaking for, or in behalf of, the Catholic clergy or the laity of this country. "However, Cardinal Spellman's statement does nothing to the view that Msgr. Martin was speaking for Catholic clergy and laity, and. seems, as a matter of fact, to give perhaps added emphasis to Msgr. Martin's statement." Barr asserted that such charges, unsubstantiated by the names of the persons Msgr. Martin accused and the source of the funds cited, doe> harm to all minorities by injecting the religious issue into a political problem, where it has no I place. "These charges," Barr continued, "completely unsupported in fact and made without documentation, defame those Americans who are opposed to the actions of the junior senator from Wisconsin. "I am quite certain you will agree that the mere fact that people may disagree with Senator McCarthy and his methods does not label them as pro-Communist, or anti-American." Reiterating his respect and admiration for Catholic leadership, "world-wise and nation-wide." Barr stressed the good relations that had always existed between the Jewish War Veterans and the Catholic War Veterans. The Statue of Liberty was the scene of a 2.000-year-old ceremoney recently, when a Chanuka Torch of Freedom, symbolizing the victory over oppression won by the Jewish people under the leadership of Judah Maccabee in 165 B.C.E.. was presented by the Government of Israel to the Jewish community of America as a token of appreciation for its support of the State of Israel Development Bond Issue. Members of the New York City Police Department's Shomrim Society served as guards of honor at the special ceremony on Bedloe's Island. Participating in the ceremony were (left to right) Patrolman Joseph"Rothstein; Mrs. Cilli Abraham, vice consul of Israel in New York, who presented the torch; 12-year-old Roni Ester Lador of Rehovoth, Israel, representing the young people of Israel; Rabbi Israel Goldstein, chairman of the executive committee of the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel Bonds, who accepted the torch; Patrolman Sol Goldberg, and Sergeant Louis VVeiser, president of the Shomrim Society, organization of Jewish policemen. Luncheon Due Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present a d sert lun.-heon on Wednesdaj neon, Jan. 26. at the Algiers hotel Cochairmen are Mrs. Norman Green and Mrs. Ben Trupkin.' Messages Honor Cantor Kelemer Party at Roney Plaza Benefit card and game will be piven by the e\< Ding, Jan. 26. at the B I ey Plaza hotel. Chairmen an Henrietta Scboenfeid and M ene Lefkoe. Balkin to Speak Friday Gilbert J. Balkin. director of Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will speak at services of Temple Beth Sholem, Lake Work, Fla., on Friday evening. Subject of Balkin talk will be "Making Democrac] Work." Cantor-Berele Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, this week received a host .,[ tulatorj messages from organizations and community lead. rm the Greater Miami area The messages can Kelemi r Cum in "i hi> passi tional Jerusalem ion. profieii in Biblical -' under th" p< n i rship "I Hebn i tit) I ocal administration of the examination wa> through the I ol Jewish Education, Cantor Ke mer ian eighth generation decetldant "1 the R.ial Sheili TOV Histadruth Elections Due Histadruth Ivnth will hold elections of officers Sunday evening, Jan. 23, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, (of North Shore Jewish Center, will I be guest speaker. J Z. Stadlan will preside Discusses Brandeis Harold Turk, former Miami Beach mayor and present city councilman, addressed the Washington, DC, Group of Miami Beach at its regular Thursday evening meeting in the Monte Carlo hotel, Miami Beach. Turk spoke on the establishment and development of Brandeis University. Joint Meeting Due Joint meeting of the Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans. Is scheduled for the Republican Club on Jan. 26 even i' Lasavin to Speak i %  -•-•_;i.-fieBranch of Workmen's | will beer a talk on Kmanuel Noah'' by Louis l.a-avm. WorkmenCircle school principal, on TIP s,lay evening, Jan. 2~>. a! 1543 s\v 3rd -t I eilin and his Violin "Beauties will appear in the Blue ftf the Delano hotel for nightly dinner music starting I. VFeatured in Commentary Sylvia Brummer will be featured in commentary and interviews on the "Blue Danube Hour" heard over station WMBM Sunday afternouns at 2 p.m. Paul Kardos is director of the Hungarian program. New British Ambassador to Israel, J. W. Nicholls, is shown welcomed aboard the S.S. Artsa in Haifa port by M. Simon, chief of Protocol, members of the British Embassy in Tel Aviv, the British Consul in Haifa and G. Shomron cf the Foreign Ministry. A



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I J FAGE 8 B rJefilstfkrMto* £PAY. JANUARY21,, Patron's Tea Will Division Activities Patron's Tea will launch the ac. of hundreds oi Gn ater Miwomen in the 1955 Combined -h Appeal. xtnuiel Suuonhoff, WornOivNion chairman, and Mrs lr>ing Lehrman. year-round chairexpect %  record-breaking attendance at the first social funclo be held on Monday Jan. 31. at the home M Arvey. 426 \\'. -t Rivi Alto dr. Miami Beach • Jack A Ablln, PatronTi a man. has named a committee Launch Women's in 1955 Drive oi 43 of Greater Miami's leading personalities in the field ol philanthropy and community w Col Jacob Arvej %  nati cratic leader, will participate in the pi Principal speaker will be J"hn [Stanley Grauel. noted N : land relicious leader, who has helped champion the settlement and lupbuildini ~ %  %  %  director >>t the An • Palestine Conunitti as I member of th< Ffagai ah ii E %  and wa> a veluniei r prew ••.ember of !he "Kwhi* %  *tir*r <•< the top-level mittei serve with Mi W are the Mesdanu U i • ird A Utschul, Sam Blank. Mu I Carnei Entine. Samuel Pnedland. Charles H Fruchtmaii Leo Gen Louis n Goldnne. Sam A Robert Gould. Robert Z. Greene, Samuel J. Halperin. Gahnel Beatter, Sam J lieiman. The Mesdamea Anna W. Ilirschm.in. Herman Jacob*. Leon B. Jacobs, Benjamin Kane. Morns ., ph M Upton, Snwiuel Upton. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. enner Meyers, Frances Miller. Clem Myeraoa, fid Olen. SamuH Orltt, n n David Phill.pv M, tllda Sam H. lost. Dan R Ru J Rubin. Samuel T Sap lro Selig. Jacob Bner, Michae, loff. Carl Weinkle and uj Wien. 170 N.W. HKM S1KEIT Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand •AMOOS SJNC* 111/ then Compare TETLEY TEA with any ether bran! JrfflM/ John J. Croael Mrs. Bta Teite / Rebekah Lodge Will Install Mrs. Teitel Ben Teitel will be installed I ble grand of Sunshine Rebekiue N 9 on Tuesday evefan 23, :n American Legion Uton rd. • include the d< es Al Yatchie. vice grand: Bea'• • A Hart, final Kate, treasurer Stephen I Fhi::p Bibh i • Joseph Kri. j I Berll; i grand. %  %  grand. M I left • Hareeky. MrCelia %  pa-t noble grand. Mrs Jack The.,Cabaret Night Slated ret Night" will be sponsored b) In Sisterhood of the S turdaj ew Jan. 29. at the Center Mn Kutun ichairman. C are MrG and MrHarry Colin. dor MrJennie Heitner; right and left supporters to chaplain. Bertha Cohen. MrPat Lopatin. Mrs. Loreta Burdick, district deputy of District 24. will conduct the ceremonies Jewel will be pre sented to MrCharles Derm-, jun< ior past noble grand. hi—" L: Special Attention to All Sociol Functions mmf ON THE OCEAN AT 67th STREET MIAMI BEACH Air Condif/'oned Centrally Hooted Dietary lows ttrictlf observed HOTEL POOL CABANAS Where Superlative Kosher Dinners ore serveo* amidst %  distinctive ofmosphere of charm and culture For Reservations Phone UN 6-1131 Coffee Shop HOLLAND HONEY BREAD and CAKE] IS EXTRA HEALTHFUL, MADE WITH THE FINEST HONEY and RYE FLOUR JVO FAT or St HAR USEB Buy a loaf today — h is good for you \ Distributors: COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING CO. 161 N.E. 30th Street Alt* Available in Nt YJ Complefa/y Air C—4itiM4 H THI mrtk t o ut KOSHER RESTAURANT A %  I I I C A T I S S I I A MRM Eiaariaoxe in Dinina Plrasara Dalkatetsoa to Take t*aa 1 DINNER FROM $1.50 1141 WASHINGTON AVE OPPOSITE CITY HAU MU J OPCI. Daily 11 a m to 9 p.m. Saturday S p.m. to p.m. Arttjttme IS TIME FOR THE PERFECT CRACKER <0 •i irW.,rwl lw w rf ST1XTU1 KASntutH 1 riNUI OUAICTTI JOE COHEN MANNY SMITH proudly onnounce TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COUIrtS AVENUE MIAMI REACH Phone far Reservation S-4451 • 5-4W7 Air Conditioned Erwioi aad laaise Frisharl SOWTAiiTS WVAMM\V,0 KOSHER RESTAI'RAXT 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Serving fhe Finest f—4 ef taasaawfcJa rVkas CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO PARTY TOO LARGE NO PAtTY TOO %  MU Phone 5 WS2 Under Supervision al lath Jacob VaW Naboshrttk and BIRD Formerly LaRue MIAMI BFAOIS MOST BlAUllfUL DIHIHG ROOM MIAMI BIACHS fttilST FOOD COAIPlf 7f DINNERS Mendelsohn's KOSHER Itl.STAI HA\T and CAT UK HHS formerly ot 41st St. now at new location 451 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Telephone 58-8123 T •£ $ $ 5* rn Servini from S p.m. 1111 Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Reservations: Ph. 5-6517 hW Caver No Minimum No Tai M>abr Dinars' Chb Candle-Light Inn o P .n fPOm 3ni C0 *-*0OOtl nAZA. COCOMfT OtOVE ""•••PV OU r Ho.t. S.dn., JK*M. Ii" l-' ,, ^ """ *-* —' '^ •-*—% Ibn) SlaW CM* Serving the Finest Foods t RMOMM Prices ^^ "— "* EOt RESERVATIONS CAU A*lH JU % % y



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