The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
-Number 38
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 23, 1955
Price 23*
Assembly Opens With Near East High On Agenda

lidcnt Nixon presents th second annual
kftnsc Appeal Human Rights Award to
Lmrus, Jr., of Cincinnati, president of
Department Stores. Tha Award, tan-
Lairus at a dinner of JOA in New
tiven each year to Americans whose work
on behalf of human rights "best symbolizes the
ideals and aspirations of tha American Jawish
Committee and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith." Looking on are Irving M. Engel (left),
president of the American Jewish Committee, and
Henry Edward Schulti (right), national chairman
of the Anti-Defamation Laague.
VIEW OF GENEVA SPHMT'
pfon Reports Mass Arrest of Jews in /Moscow
(DON (JTA)The attack on Jewish culture in the Soviet Union and mass arrests of Jews
(sing Jewish books have not ceased despite the "Geneva' spirit" shown by leaders of the
vernment in other respects, it was reported in the Manchester Guardian by a visitor who
pjrned from Moscow.
| visitor reveals that hundreds of Jewish homes in Moscow were raided last month by police
i searched the bookshelves for signs of Jewish? publications. A number of Jews and their
were arrested after the searches, and no word has been received from them since,
nsiderablo anxiety exists among Jews in Moscow as a result of these arrests, the Manchester
^n Hyi The paper stresses the fact that these are the first Jewish mass arrests since the
r Plot" m 1953, when the anti-Jewish campaign in the Soviet Union reached its peak. "And
furs at a tune when hopes were high that with the new policy of the Soviet Government Jews
iild he permitted freedom to live a full Jewish life." the Manchester Guardian comments.
>ES: BREAK WALL OF SILENCE'
>fov Questioned on 'Missing' Russian Writers
[ORK (JTA)-Soviet Foreign Minister V.
W was ureed Wednesday by Adolph Held,
lof the Jewish Labor Committee, to break
I of silence" surrounding the fate of promi-
p writers, artists and cultural leaders
eared from public view in your country."
W from Mr. Held was delivered to the
^legation here.
PWI to Mr. Molotov was augmented by a
W* by the Jewish Labor Committee on
f 1955 to Soviet Ambassador Georgi N.
f which the JLC pointed out that it has,
* f fa,e 1 68 Jewish writers whose names
were given to Soviet and American authorities. In
both the letters to Mr. Molotov and Ambassador
Zarubin. Mr. Held complained that all pleas have
met with silence from Soviet authorities.
Mr. Held told Mr. Molotov that this silence "belies
recent attempts on the part of your government to
gain the impression that there is sincerity in the
published statements that your government desires
tranquility in the world. It is difficult for us to
accept such proclamations in view of the repeated
refusals by your government to reopen the Jewish
press, cultural institutions and to reveal the fate of
the Jewish writers, artists and cultural leaders whose
names have been supplied time and again by us and
other interested parties."
i?MWUl STUDY PROGRAM
e Department Favors Walters Immigration Plan
ItoX1 ,WNS-eP- Francis E. Walter's
Ecu, "can suPPrt of the movement of
Hal r -to IsraH trough the Inter-
r*ceve7T,eCJ0r EurPn Migration
}**XJZZMl by the Stale kpart-
fUle nin re by info"-mod circles who
lhe vu/nn "ent ind'cld willingneas to
LD ""w,,hin certa,n ^p*5-
KreoivM'!irent Was rePrted to pave made
hr*on l.tP Walter' member th*
n Committee, who earlier this
month communicated his proposal to Secretary of
State Dulles.
At the same time it was announced that a special
body of experts of the Intergovernmental Committee
for European Migration will study the Walter pro-
posal. Announcement to this effect was made by
Rep Walter following a conference with Assistant
Secretary of State John D. Hernegan ahd Ambassa-
dor Harold Tittman, director of the ICEM. He also
disclosed that he plans conferring on his proposal
with Ambassador Abba Eban.
Israel and Arabs Expected
To Figure Heavily as Tenth
Session Gets Underway
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)-Israel and Israel Arab relations figure
sizably, at times vitriolically. during the tenth session of the United
Nations General Assembly which opened here Tuesday.
It is fully expected that to compensate for their position of isolation
in a world whose leadership is talking of peace and negotiation, the
Arab delegations here will probably attack Israel bitterly all aJoofl
the line. It is felt certain that from""
the very opening of the general
debate, during which delegation
chairmen customarily speak about
the general policies of their gov-
ernments, through detailed debates
in every one of the General As-
sembly committees the Arabs will
voice opposition to Israel.
Aside from an item on the agen-
da which Israel has itself intro-
duced, dealing with protection of
civilian aircraft inadvertently cros-
sing international frontiers, one of
the major agenda items affecting
Israel and opening possibilities
for the Arabs to attack it will
be the report of the UN Relief
and Works Agency for the Arab
refugees from Palestine, and the
separate report of UNRWA's Ad-
visory Committee. The* Arab bloc
here is expected to ask increased
UNRWA funds for the refugee re-
lief. UNRWA's first budget, sever-
al years ago, was $18,000,000; the
fund rose to $25,700,000 last year;
and the Arab states will probably
ask for an increase to $35,000,000
this year.
In connection with UNRWA dis-
cussions, there is the likelihood
that the plan proposed recently by
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, for a large international
loan lo.Israel with Which the Jew-
ish State could compensate the
Arab refugees, may come up here.
Israel has already accepted the
plan "in principle." However, no
detailed blueprint for operation of
the plan has as yet been made pub-
lic by Mr. Dulles.
The Arab states may bring up
two new points affecting Israel.
One may be a suggestion that the
United Nations form a new inquiry
Continued on Pag* 6 A
SOLUJION FAILS
Gurion Facing
Hard Problem
Of New Gov't.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prospects
for completion of a coalition Cabi-
net this week appeared dim follow-
ing a meeting between Premier-
designate David Ben Gurion and
Progressive Party leader Dr. Pin-
chus Rosen, who is Minister of
Justice in the outgoing govern-
ment.
When the two men failed to
make progress toward a solution,
Mr. Ben Gurion asked permission
to address a meeting of the Pro-
gressive Party central committee
which is scheduled to be held in
Tel Aviv tomorrow. The stumbling
block at this point, after Mr. Ben
Gurion had conceded a number of
issues in an effort to get the cen-
trist group to join with the Mapai,
Mapam and Achdut Avodah, is con-
trol of the labor exchanges. The
Histadrut now controls them; the
Progressives insist that this func-
tion be turned over to the govern-
ment.
Mr. Ben Gurion. who did not
concede the peint to Dr. Rosen,
asked that the Progressives enter
the coalition now and leave un-
settled issues for later adjustment.
This, Dr. Rosen rejected. Mr. Ben
Gurion thereupon decided to make
a last effort by a direct personal
appeal to the centrist leadership.
iuus Hum 'rmi funur
France Denies Existence of Secret
Arms Agreement With Jewish State
PARIS (JTA) The French
Government denied Wednesday
the existence of a secret French-
Israel agreement covering the
supply of arms by France, declar-
ing that an Egyptian press report
of the existence of such a pact
was "pure fantasy."
In a statement by the Foreign
Ministry, the French Government
denied that important arms ship-
ments had been dispatched to the
Jewish State. The only deliveries
made to Israel recently, it said,
came from contracts made more
than a year ago.
'These deliveries cannot" be
considered as more important
than deliveries by other powers
to Israel." the statement said,
"nor of a nature that could alter
the balance between Israel and
the Arab countries who recently
benefitted from substantial con-
tracts with France." No other
arms supply to Israel is contem-
plated in the near future, the
Foreign Office stated.
Turning to press reports that
France has cancelled contracts to
deliver weapons to Egypt, the
Foreign Ministry statement said
that it was true that the French
Government had decided to sus-
pend an Egyptian arms contract
"following anti French broad-
casts from Cairo at the end of
August during the tragic Moroc-
can incidents." This does not
mean, the statement con*inued,
that there has been any cancella-
tion on deliveries which have ul-
ready begun nor does it niean
that arms deliveries could not be-
gin again.


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Greater Miami Prepares for Sabbath of Repentance Service aMas ^S31
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot Wlll (|lv Mitzvah. y^
cuss: 'Life Masjazlne's Portrayal (! cred "> wiifc.2
Judiism." Paul, son of Dr. and Mrs | Conii
Spiritual leaders in synagogue* and temples throughout the Creator
Miami area will base their sermons on the Sabbath of Repentance as
Worshippers usher in Frida> evening services lure Sabbat!) of Hi
pentance falls on the Ten Pay- of Penitence between Bosh Hatboai
and Yom Kippur.
Yom Kippur will commence at sundown Sunday evening. Wltp
the chanting of the ancient and traditional Kol Nidre. The I>.
Atonement follows with prayers all day Monday. Yi/kor memorial
services will be held on that day.
Morn- Klein, Academy instructor,
in a discourse on: IsraelSpirit-
ual Force
the Near East "

ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are at 8. Kol Nidre will
usher in Yom Kippur service- Sun- [CM
day evening at 6:15. Rabbi
ham Levitan
Bar Mitzvah ceremony, which pre
cedes the Daj of Atonement to he
ushered in with Kid Nidre serv-
Sunday evening at 7. The
Abra- '-"ts Wl11 ,>0 h">,N '' Shales Sen
HIALE/.H MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday i
evening services at 8 Lester She-}
nanie will officiate Yom Kippur
will be observed with Kol Nidre
services Sunday evening at 7. QtttSJl
Rabbi M .' Friedman, of PL
Pierce, Will officiate and preach
on the topic: All Our Vows"
Monday services commence at 8:30
a in Subject Ol Rabbi Friedman's
aii

preach on the topic: "The Historic Some
Basis of Kol Nidre." Monday son selves
ices are at 8. Yizkor will be at 11.
Rabbi Levitan will preach on the
topic: "The Psychological Effec-
tion of Contrition."
* *
People Improve Thorn-
Cantor Irving Robinson
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy Monday services coin
mence at 9:80. Vixkor will be at
noon. Ira Her-man. author a n d
newspaper correspondent, will BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at 6.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30. Day of Atonement services
will commence Sunday evening at
-undown. Monday services arc at 8
a.m. Yizkor will be at 10. Rabbi S.
T. Swirsky will officiate and preach
on the topic: "Death Takes a Huh
day." Cantor Louis Oartenhaus will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Junior services are Mon-
day at 10 in Dora August Hall

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridaj evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Morn- Shop
will discuss: "Is Anything Right or
Wrong Nowadays?" Mr and Mrs
Charles Rosenberg will be hosts al
the Oneg Shabbal in honor ol their
son, Howard, who becdmes Bar
ah during Saturday morning
15 \i -l 30 p m Rich
"l Mr and Mi- Arthur
l.itt. will be lion : i special
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Tishri 7 6:02 p.m.
Algiers Names
Rufe Director
Frederick Rule has been named
tor of food and bevera fes af
the Algiers hot< I, according I
announcement this week bj Leu
Kenin, Charles Posner and Dave
Levin -on. co-
owners of the
260 room ocean
front hotel at
26th -t Miami
Beach
Rule, who has
slreadj assumed
hi- duties will
be in full charge
of all cat ering
and banquet ar-
rangements
A graduate of
Hotel Administra-
tion. Cornell University, Rufe will
supervise the operation of the
Scheherazade. Rubaiyat and Sin-
bad room-, along with the Can
van. Ali Baba and Aladdin rooms
For the past six years, he has
acted in a similar capacitv at the
Monte Carlo hotel. Miami Beach
He formerly managed the Linn
Lake Lodge in the Poconos, pa.
A native of Phillipsburg, N.J
Rufe has resided on Miami Beach
for the past ten years. Last year,
he made an extensive tour of
Europe, studying hotel and food
operations in some of Europe's
finest hotels in Paris, Switzerland.
Venice. Rome. French Riviera. Ma-
drid and Lisbon.
wi,. officiate and dos.lUbbi Shop will *Jb- <^*J^!%
will be at 10:30 a.m. Neilah serv-
ice- will conclude the Yom Kippur
observance. Subject of the sermon
i- scheduled a- "(losing the Gate."

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30 Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
will officiate and preach on the
topic: The Road of Return." Yom
Kippur will be ushered in with
Kol Nidre -cmces Sunday evening
at 5:45. Subject of the sermon is: '
i
The I'nbroken Vows Monday
services commence at 8. Rabbi Hur-
witz will discuss: "The Deserter Re-
turns Yizkor will be at 10:45 a.m.
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3 p.m., with Rabbi skop. Cantor
Robmson and Robert Sfrassburg
officiating.
HEBREW ACADJMY will bold
Fridaj evening services al sun-
down Saturdaj morning sen
are at K Yom Kipi ui wfll be uah
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Joseph W. Malek, Miami Beach
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of his offices from 235 Lincoln rd.
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rd. Mr. Malek has been practicing
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fJewfst! Meridian
Published avery Friday sines 1927 by tha Jawlsh
r pridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida
E-tered ai second-class matter July 4, 1930. at the Poit
Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 187*.
The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity
rd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World-
w de News Service, National Editerial Association, Amer-
lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida
P-eaa Association.
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editoi and Publisher
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Telephones 2-1U1-2-8212
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S U B S C P T I 0 N AT S .
On. Year M-00 Two Year.-----------.
iso-
Friday. September 23. 1955
Volume 29 ~ Numb" 38
Tishri 7. 5716
On the Eve of Yom Kippur
Sunday evening at sundown marks the com-
mencement of the observance of Yom Kippur
the Day of Atonement. The awesome holiday
comes ten days after Rosh Hashona; the period
between is traditionally referred to as the "Ten
Dcys of Penitence."
Kol Nidre, the opening prayer, is shrouded
in mystery. Some scholars have traced it to
the days of the Spanish Inquisition and the
Marranosthose Jews who outwardly rejected
their faith but who, in secret, vowed their ir-
revocable identification with Judaism.
Thus "Kol Nidre," meaning "all our vows."
came to be interpreted as the Jew's solemn
Testament an unbroken covenant between
himself and Goda denial of his open accept-
ance of other religious beliefs in the name of
cvoiding the Inquisition.
Other scholars point to the Jewish prohibition
against taking oaths. In this sense, Kol Nidre
symbolizes Diaspora Jewry's compromise of
Judaism and the individual Jew's need to adapt
tc the alien world in which he lives. On the
eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol Nidre prayer in this
regard serves the purpose of reaffirminq the
precepts of traditional Judaism -of spiritually
reieasinq the Jew from such secular vows that
he had been made during the preceding year
and that had violated the letter of Jewish law.
Musicologists tend to deny the Marrano the-
indicating that the musical structure of Kol
Nidre is considerably older than the Inquisi-
tion in point of time; while several modern
authorities question the relationship between
c~:hs and traditional Judaism.
Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre. the
prayer sets the tone for the most awesome of
Jewish holy days. On that day, the "book" is
sealed." Man has cleansed himself to the
rest of his ability of his past errors, and he
looks forward to a year in which he will live in
reace and contentment. May we add our voice
to this prayer. May we hope the Hebrew Year
;716 brinas for Jewry and humanity at large
that security which is the initial step toward
spiritual fulfillment.
During The Week.
V LIO MINDLIN
At least a dozen months ago. i u
swimming pool with noted actor' I ihi."Vi? ed"of,|_
behind us was Mr. Adler's former c^ler; fclaxJj
I talked about many thinis-^hieflv amo" ?[*****
I never cease to rave. in contempt. It seems that only the d.re't 0f f "^ *
lanclai ^
actor or writer off to the West
t'oa-t where,
They Shall Live in Israel
The plight of Jewrv in North Africa becomes
increasingly worse. In Morocco three essential
actions are at work. One is the French Co-
lonial, which seeks to save its Moroccan roots
under all circumstances.
The other two aim at Moroccan independ-
ence and are dedicatinq themselves to th
withdrawal of French forces. The Jew of
course, is being ground among the millstones
cf these factions. Makina the Jew's pliqh'
worse is the fact that one of the two independ-
ence groups includes Moslem fanatics who
take their cue from Arab Lecque leaders.
:nIMS!rUK/hat ,he,Arab nationalist movement
In North Africa is doing its best to protect the
Jewish minority. Its leaders recoanize that no
revol based on sound democratic principles
can tolerate bigots; they also recognize that
rue independence must include independence
:om the dictates of the Arab League But "h
fad remains that heavy Moslem pressure is
:e,na brought to bear against the inclusion of
Jewish representation in a future independent
Moroccan government. Faeni
rr.l^n JTanS ,hat ,omoFow' Jewish commu-
-ty In Morocco is virtually doomed. The Gov-
ernment of Israel IS currently attempt.ng to
deal with this question. Parliament last wee?
voted acceptance of the Government-Jewish
Agency plan for the immigration within the
next 12 months of 45.0C3 Jews from North Africa
and their resettlement in the Jewish State
Israel was founded for precisely this pur-
rose-to act as a haven for oppressed Jewry
Despite the vast economic burden that will be
placed on the Jewish State as a result of the
projected immigration plan, Israelis know that
their doors must remain open-that no U.S.
McCarran-Walter law can bliaht their land,
borne of the world s peoples look with malevo-
lent interest to see if Israel will fulfill ils promise
The United Jewish Appeal several days aao
called on Amencan Jewry to raise $10,000 000
in cash during the coming six weeks to finance
the immigration plan. Rabbi Herbert A Fried
man. UJA executive vice president, told the
American Jewish community that the situation
is desperate. And our own columns continue
to report the plight of thousands of North Arri- (
can Jews who are homeless because of the anti-
Semitic rioting prevalent there.
Perhaps the Moslem pressures in Morocco
are a phase of the Arab economic bovcott
against the Jewish State today. The Arab
League is clearly coanizant of the enormity of
the burden Israel will have to accept in wel-
coming their North African brothers into her
midst. By forcing the need for migration they
perhaps force a showdown with a neighbor
they are dedicated to destroy.
In any case, as it is the solemn duty of the
Jewish State to open its doors to oppressed
North African Jewry. *o too is it our duty to
respond to the call of the United Jewish Appeal
- to take on our share of the responsibility. We,
in Miami, can best do this by notina the re-
marks of leaders of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal here the largest part of whose annual,
campaign receipts go to the UJA. In a state-1
ment this week, they called upon Miami Jewry
to answer UJA's appeal.
On the occasion of the Hiah Holy Days 5716, |
let us resolve to pay our pledge to CJAto give
more if we can in this great hour of need. Dur-
ing Rosh Hashona. we asked: "Who Shall live;
who shall die?" This is a pivotal question for i
the oppressed Jewry of North Africa. We have
it within our power to reply: "They shall not
die. They shall live and in the Land of Israel."
They Go Hand-in Hand
Bert Struby, columnist for The Macon Tele-
graph in Georgia, proves that there can be no,
separation of bigots into types. In an article i
last week, Struby shows that the racist and the
anti-Semite operate hand-in-hand.
The Telegraph columnist charqes that a vici-
ously anti-Semitic four-page publication is now
being widely distributed throughout the South,
with the addition of a special two-page pro-
segregation insert.
The publication is the notorious hate sheet.
"The American Nationalist," edited by an
Inglewood. Calif., bigot.
Principally active in the distribution of the
publication, according to Struby, is the National
Association for the Advancement of White Peo-
ple. Most of us recall, with a degree of bitter
humor. NAAWP head Bryant Bowles' recent
insistence horn time to time that he was not
anti-Semitic.
But his pro-segregation stand certainly be-
trays him, and columnist" Struby proves his
point well.
period, he can replenish his pockets and'!!!?' '" ,h* t**9
Adler was no exception in tiT regard """ ,n ,h* A
I subsequently discovered that, like rim -
to a kind of occupational exaggeration and Jl P*- *J
ties did not in the least fill the bulk of his sou? v ****
discussion with him has remained a part of m ,b*
vividly his remarks concerning American j s'nw4^
the establishment of a Jewish State in Paie,.i "fon>*
relationship to Mr. Ben Hecht
Mr. Adler's views on Hollywood are. I suppose
*
My contrariness in Joining the bandwagon has C0,mn"*L
delusions about Hollywood's artistic merit onehi "^1
to examine the annual outpouring of movie trash i Hal
conclusion. Rather it emerged from Mr \dler o n**l
statements, which colored all his observation! Th^J
for me our discussion of Israel and the political C fl
attending her establishment moiemem,,!
I decided that Mr. Hecht s autobiography "AruuM
tury. might put me straight. For Mr Hecht .nciude n f-JH
section devoted to his participation in the activities ri Ik.i
Leumi here. There was much procrastination on m
treme youth. I recall reading w.th great pleasure ihTa.
Bruga." But Mr. Hecht has never been counted a!L
heroes, and the prospect of wading through upward of 5Mi
biography seemed staggeringperhap- more than could L
anyone who merely entertained suspicions about an arw,
quenco.

ILLUSIONS AS THE PRODUCTS Of H0PI 1
I have found "A Child of the CenturV a revealing bo*'
Adler. Mr. Herht also suffers from the exaggerated phrase
aesthetic sensibilities .abound everywhere, and frequent
the "more M'ene®ajnst than sinning" artist sum up i-
easily deniable conclusion. 'See what a great man am P
All biographies have this inherent "great man" oWl
their authors' e-*tial motivation Rut there is fortuiatrhi
deal more in Kr Hecht's book than that In order to read I
on Israel with any kind of understand,n-. one must
that the Irgunyea?something other than a "terrorist"<**
must come to look at the Irgun through Mr Hecht'< eyesafl
collected effort orrlhe part of Jews to dieand to achieveSg
If this was an anti-Zionist position because it flew in,
Zionism's passive acceptanceone which earned for Sir,
opprobrium of many "respectable" Jews it was also intiB
anti-Great Britain and anti-Franklin Delano Roosevelt It is Mil
latter point of view that I find most exciting not atonthrife
clasm but also for its pithy disenchantment It is difficultH|
of illusions, for they are the product of our deepest hopes,"
Heehtr "They need no fact to feed on Worse, fact can
them."
But, apparently, a number of things did disillusion Mr. L
far as FDR is concerned, and these he lists with gusto. TVrel
anonymous Mr. W. affair. A jovial Jew who spoke EntftM
heavr accent. Mr. W. was accepted into the bosom of the I
family. Softs Eijfl|, John. James and Franklin. Jr.. and dawk*
all railed h^n Rpp|y. Mr W visited, ate and slept at the Wshj
and contributed bjeavily to several Roosevelt campaign*.
day he gathered his courage to discn-s ,. ith the Presidentf
massacre of the Jaws, Mr. Roosevelt i- reoorted to have
don't want you to talk about Jews to me Now or ever. II
to listen to any Jewish wailing."
NOT A POLITICAL CUMBER BUT A JEW
"Watch out for Pon-v." fh> Preidet ...heaosjattfrr
m*v turn out to be another Goldman Mr Hwht 'hen rtartll
Goldman affairone to which Joenh>is Daniel ^is fadei
reference rhi*f financial barker of Mr >'-nseve't' a"*1
govemorshiD of New York. Goldman witcbd sides i w*
"lection "It was not Goldman, a political climhr. who hstj
Roosevelt," Mr. W. later explained "It was Goldman. U
in th" face of the fact that FDR surrounded hinHf
Jewish advisors it is difficult to accent the theorv that f
Hatred In Europe were all Goldman* for the ven
Roosevelt But other tales are denied le easilv. In the I
Mr. Hecht told underground Iretin leader Peter B^***.
should ret President Roosevelt to inform the Gfrman'"T
keep on killing Jews they'll be held responsible and ,"a,""3
nala B*r.son. who insisted that the r S. had "'^rJL
Pact ith Britain on the future of Palestine as a J*"\v" gj
thit Washington and London had Ions aco decided toscotca
efforts in the Near East, nonetheless ncquiesed.
David Nile*. Roosevelt's chief secretary and a J'*r>^(
informed them that the President would not make a j
a statement denouncing the Germans for the massacre
There is the storv relating to the Rumanian eovenv
to release *vtj thousand Jews. includinP ten tno"
oavnvmt of fiftv dollars apiece.
We don't ant toJ
Jews." a Rumanian official said, "hut we would^k' '" "thfa1
Rumania before the Germans come i" and start si^ ^^
i...... wwswsvi ins.- \t-i i-'iisa nnw ------- ?.
.. giving us a bad name." The fiftv dollars for ^cn *r"
r ram -- .
expenses of shipment to Palestine Off went ^r'^J,ri*
to se.v the assistance of th* President a"d the Mat -^
denied there had been such an offer The tru'n -j %
veers later bv Hennr Moraenthau in "Colliers^ jos.a
Devils Chemist" and Ira Hirscbmann in "Lifeline to .^
The State Department, directed bv ^-^ sJud ^
message secretly reassuring the Arab leaders, im ^ j|fl-a
To Ibn Saud went a special letter allayin* his ltariM\fi*\
manian Jewish refugees into Palestine Thus_ accu ^^ ^
no decent American could imagine that the a |pp|ffsl|J
eould let seventy thousand Jews be butchered ^
For. together with Britain's Lord Moyne whoir"uld the X*
of trouble for his beloved Empire in Palestine snv ^Jl
there in numbers and should a Jewish arm> "
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23. 1955
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[Renovation
mi Scheduled
j ^e National hotel,
L avt. will revert back,
fomanagcnieDl "in-ration ,
fey,' in IMO. 'I m f P-
fcfe by Harry Koretzky,
1 owner.
also announced that he
. the famed Collins ave.
[for a period of six weeks
I B 1900 000 program of
and refurbishing, which
the National one of the
Ljeis of the Lincoln rd.
Ition i' the installation
hCrn centrally controlled
[ plant, present
I ,. | in plete alteration*
hv cockl lil loun je and
Up y is as well
I,'.-,, repaii in the pool
bo pianm d according to
IreUky. wh > will assume
If managin \ director when
opens for the winter set-
lcio-o of the i resenl sen-
Wei will undergo a face
Jogram which calls for the,
(of 40 rooms which will
, total number of guest
j to 160 and the complete
[of th;' fa e of the hotel.
far builder and hotel .man
Eami Beach area. Koretzky
[hotel m 1!40 and operat-
Ijl the IS Army selected.
knal as it^ administration
iter- for this area during
far II II has been out on
\e the arm) turned it back
I is a well known civic
lid the inventor of many
items which aided the
lent during the war. He is
fcr of the board of govcr-
ue Greater Miami Jewish
bn and the Home for the
[secretary of the Hebrew
and a member of B'nai
him in the operation of
onal hotel will be his son,
Kho will serve as the man-
dor of the hotel. A grad-
Ithe University of Miami
[School of Hotel Adminis-
pf Cornell University, he
Berly associated with Gros-
ind also operated the Wil-
lel on a summer lease.
North Shore Sisterhood
Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center will celebrate a Yom ,
Kippur night dance to be held in
the social hall of the Center on
Monday cvepj^. Sept. 2fi.
I charge of the affair are Mrs..
Lawrence Weston. Mc* AJlan Ack-t
er and Mrs. Louis Gofd!
The following evening, Tuesday.:
Sept. 27, the Sisterhood will hold
its first general meeting of the
year. President is Mrs. Fred Jonas.
________________________PAGE 5 A
Program vice president Mrs. Sam-
uel Oguz will present a skit en-
titled, "Won't You Join Us, Al-
ice?"
Donee at Beth David
...Beth David-HHn's-ClUbXSister-
hood and PTA will join in spon-
soring a Yom Kippur night dance
on Monday, Sept. 26, in the Beth
David auditorium.
Looking ahead and making plans for Nov. 1 when they take
over the management of the National hotel which they built
are Murray Koretzky and his father, Harry.
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ft Itm/Mikrtwnn
NE WS of the I { Ass.emll,
Wi?/f in icW/W 2*i
'deathblow,
anwhile, all
in emergency session
Me_an_wh,le. all the CabtoeU of ,, s<,, Arab Stat. -
;;.::;. :".l:>r,K,n",fK-er" ^-' '>rn,n, (mm
i are meeting
country-toanother in preparation tor 'something, j.^, ^r
f r> is. Ambassador!,, Israel, addressing the Press cLSTtafiST*
2t..-*SSi ^aiVKean"
declared:
A recent
EUROPE
issue of Moscow's English Week I v "ts.. u
contain, eompl.....^ fh- 5J TV^StW^SS.%"
the article was sen. from Israel by one R. Scholom and d~h
ous viewpoints of the Israeli press. Liber.l* rl^'i .Var'-
world, attending the seventh Liberal Interzonal 1 "H W"
Switzerland, have urged the free wor id i,. h 1?d ( onRross Lucerne.
that Communism ha! chang^ tZ \l w^ h 1,^;roT^n',eVin8
anathema. Conrad Adenauer, before depart m- CuZ "CVa as
group of Germans at Bochum that the s^VZCT*Z ,,,,d a
Communist ideologies "will continue for decides un U we have rolTn
victory." ... The Bonn Government is purchesino tL r.. .achfd
United St.,.,, the Foreign Office has *ZnclT ^c/e"2VL
is pressing nuclear energy plans, blueprints for plants a^ereaVv^
cry from the Morgenthau plan! Democraticelements 7n are overtly alarmed at how far neo-Naiis have taken Tverpal ST
ery. Things are getting to be like old times, the HW?ff- 1
server remarked. Ud>s- one ob-
UNITED STATES
.In an editorial that could well have been written bj an official
l-raeli spokesman, the conservative New York Herald Tribune had this
to say on the latest Egyptian outrages "Along th. Gaia Strip": Th
Israelis have objected to the suggestion of a 'plague 00 both VOUf
houses' implicit in a ceasefire in the present circumstance* There hai
been a cease-fire in operation lines the Armistice of 194!> It has been
broken again and again. Egypt has been unwilling to recognize or ac-
cept the fact of Israel's existence, has been under the delusion that
somehow, sometime, this fact of the modern world could be erased and
blotted out. The long series of incidents on thi- (i;i/;i border has served
Egypt's purpose of keeping the very existence "I Israel in depute
A cease-fire is a necessary step.'" the Trili continues, "hut something
deeper is necessary, too. That is willingness on the part of the Egyp-
tian Arabs to liv. and let livea belated but wholehearted acceptance
of Israel's right to plac. in the sun. This achieved, the other prob-
lems become soluble. .
Meanwhile, while Secretary of State Dulles has indicated Soviet
intervention in the Arab-Israel conflict by supplying arms to the Egyp-
tians, N.w York Tim.s correspondent Kenneth Love reports from Tel
Aviv that Israel's fores f.r outweigh those of th. Arabs and that h.r
arms and men are found to be in finer shape while th. foes lack unity
and strength. Kenneth l.ove should know He was recently transferred j
trom his assignment in Cairo to Israel. Many Washington officials
leel that Secretary of State Dulles, with his n.w Middle East plan, has j
set in motion a process of action and counter-action that, if vigorously
pressed, might stimulate Middle Eastern statesmen (Arab) to a recon-
sideration of their problems. White House and State Department of-
ficials now realize that Geneva was not an "open sesam." to th. Iron
Curtain. The over-optimistic had expected the "Curtain" to tumble
like the wall- oi Jericho. In the liht of President Eisenhower's recent
pronouncements, the is has now placed a "hold Cor October' label
on .ill major official proposals for further liberalizinf relations with
the Soviet Union. .
The Uiu Four Foreign Ministers are scheduled to meet in Oc-
tober The Jewish Labor Committee has urged the Soviet Union to
reveal the fate of 68 Jewish writers who have disappeared since the
end of World War II. Adolpfa Held made the demand in a letter to
Ambassador Zarubin The Committee for Russian Jewry, or
ganized recently to press for the release on the two and ;i half million
its in the Soviet i nion, mel Sepl 7. at the Garment (enter Syna-
led bj Reuben Aria. Congressman Cellar, Sen-
i Neuberger and Elea ievelt are among those on the Com
The fact that many Russian youngsters art returning to
God and churchafter years of anti-religious propagandaseems to
have come as a shock to Soviet leaders." So Mate- the September issue
'he American P official publication of the American Proi
Defense League To prove it- case, the publication reprinted
from the Communist Youth newspaper, Komsomolskaya Pravda
Colorado's Civil Air Patrol was host last week to five Israeli teen
agersmembers of Gadna-Avir, Israel's I ,rt ,,| the air cadet
ram oi the U.S. Civil Air Patrol The five future Israeli pilots
toured through Denver and Pikes Peak region with l.i < ol Ben Jordan
e accompanied bj two members ol the Israeli Air Force It Col
f Dvir and First l.t L'ri Lowenthal New York State and cm
lUthonties reported last week that the Salk vaccine had proved
itself of value in preventing paralytic poliomyelitis in children The
National Council of Churches, according to its new annual statistics
m port. ,|,at the mid-c.ntury tide of interest in religion appears to have
reached new flood heights. 01 97.482.611 Americans enrolled U mem-
a religious faith up more than two and a half million from I
" m'lhons are Protestant, 32 Billion Catholic and five and
one-hall million Jewish Hadassah announc.s that its new Youth
Bu.id.ng m Jerusalem will be named in memon ol Louis and linna H
who were drowned in the foundering oi .. schooner in Chesa
U !aM month. The ninth annual Issue ol the JDC Statistical
'oS 750 need" 7 ""'i' "'T'c" *" ,ht JC Prvidd
165 750 needy Jew, ,n Israel, Europe and the Moslem world. The lar
Best group aided. BSJ30, were .lews >t.vi.n Mo>k.m ,,,. '
ISRAEL
Israels announcement to the effect that Ihe Israelis would refrain
iron, further military action ag.hu, Egypt "provided ,h^:,n.T,
by Egyptians, in whatever form, will c.as. aimers m ha, ,e"
ES..... ""-WSJ- '- Burn.ITcaSta. Uef ^ t ^
Supervision Organization It il now fully know,, ,n UnaIt hat T,
commission, coinprined of all for-
met presidents of the General A>
lembiy, to probe into the entire
Israel Aral, situation. The other
would be a proposal that member-
ship of the Palestine Conciliation
Commission be Increiead with
more pro \r.ih irprr-cnl.itucs. and
that the PCC be ordered to really
got to work.
In connection with Tuesday's op-
ening of the Assembly*! session,
the Security Council made public
its report to the Assembly which
shows that the "Palestine Ques-
tion" dominated the Council's ac-
tivities for the entire year. The
report shows that in the last year
the Security Council met 22 times,
devoting most of its substantive
sessions, a tital of 14. to "The
Palestine Question."
The two issues that took up most
of the Council's time on the Israel
Arah front during the period con-
cerned Egypt's leisure Ol the Israel
freighter "Bat Gaihn" on Sept 28,
IBM, and Israel's attack on Gaza
OH Feh 28 IBBB. It was following
that attack that the Council, after
censuring Israel, called on MaJ.j
Gen E I. M Hums to try to get
Egypt and Israel together for pad*
fuation of the Gate strip frontier
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John F. Dahlin. The couple
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23, 1955
"Jewlstinorkllbrr?

jean Firm Offers Arms to Egypt
nr-
F(JTA)-An Ameri-
' has offered the
sy in Washington
{to purchase British
juns ana German
Egyptian raiders in
would be carrying
i of weapons as the
Israelis and could therefore use
any ammunition they might rteal
from the Israelis, it was revealed
Wednesday in Drew Pearson
tionallv syndicated column "Wastf
ington Merry-Go-Round."
"Mr. Pearson published the text
of a letter from the Phoenix Inter-
national Company of Maryland,
whose stationery advertises: "Im-
plements of war our specialty."
The letter, signed by W. H. Evans,
Jr., a vice president of the com-
pany, offers the Egyptians a vari-
ety of arms, available for inspec
tion in New York, including ma
chme guns, 1,800 Sten guns and
German Mauser rifles. The letter
then says: "With the same arms
as used by the enemy, the raiders
can use their ammo and the other
items."
Meanwhile, a Cairo broadcast
quoting an editorial from a leading
Egyptian newspaper warned Israel
that the Arab economic blockade*
will tighten daily and Egyptian ar-
rangements in the Suez Canal or in
_______________PAGE 7 A
the Gulf of Akaba will not ease
off. The paper added, "should the
Zionists some day lose their senses
and be tempted, through illusion
or despair, to embark on a new
adventure, their crumbling state is
done for."
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These Lovely Girls Have Their Rings-\X/d;t
Baron d Hirsch Meyer's new 14-story building is
taking shape on fabulous Lincoln rd while he and
Polly are having a marvelous time in Europe Recent
news about them included their photo in i quaint
horse-drawn carriage somewhere in Italy %ith the
Arturo di Filippis. .
Latest word la that Polly and Baron visited Venice
during the film festival and Ihen proceeded to Hontecatino
Friends now understand they intend to let sail for the United
Statea and be back in their Star Island home on Oct. 10.
Jules Pearlman, Jr., was born m Miami Mis father Jules, Sr.
Was born in Key West. So the two PearlnUUia have been proudl) show
Helen Louise, young .biles' new bride, around Miami The\ were
ried Aug. 7 in San Anselmo, Cal, .
The Pearlmans drove through Canada and the U S tor tb. ir honey-
moon A vi it with in- father at 481 NT 29th ler is one leg ol the
lyweds' trip While here. Helen Louise and Jules are being enter-
tail ed bj bis sister, Joyce, and her husband. Dr. Ferdinand Kaunders,
ieir NE 92nd st residence.
Physicians' wives often have a lonely time But not so for members
( i Miami's Physicians' Wives Club, who've banded together to wile awaj
time BS hubbj makes ;l doctor's rounds The club nut last week at
the home ol Mrs. Stanley E. Schwarti on North Michigan UK
Rosalyn's place i> air conditioned, and it made a comfortable set
t g for the program, which featured Laura O'Banion in an Informal
ussion on personal glamour. .
Members on hand heard Laura's adwee on color and makeup.
am ing other items. Laura, In case you've forgotten, was Mrs. Florida
of '949. .
President Reloris Wiekman Rot the evening "ff to an excellent
Start aided by her co-officers Edie Epstein, Jessie Gertman and Bea
Hammond.
Goings and Comings: Miami's Syd Bergmans left for New York
I week Purpose of the trip Is a familj reunion at which the Berg-
mans will celebrate 25 yean of marriage. .
And back from her annual summer \acati#n at Hot Springs and
lit i- Anna R. Berow.
Or'
Miss Sandra i. Kltinman
AWsi MirU faldtUim
Bob Silver bought cand) to pass out instead of cigars. He's just
become the proud father of a son bom in Doctors Hospital. Bob and
Deis are naming him Steven Vantine Vantine is her maiden name. .
Doris is a member of Theta Sigma Phi journalism fraternity, and
suspects husband Bob of having eaten most of the candy himself.
Theta Sig sponsors the hospitalized veterans' writing program, of
ch Doris i- chairman She's also appeared in the "Date With the
Press" productions at which the girls humorously rib and roast promi-
Pl figures ranging from Christian Dior to Claire Weintraub!
Speaking of new arrivals, the Earl Pertnoys have added a fourth
t< heir growing family at 5000 Cherokee. .
Civie and Earl are bubbling about the birth of Sandi Ann, who
s Lois Ivy, Sidney Mark and Ronald Pvaul. .
Bubbling with them are grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
N to be outdone. Earls mother, Geraldine Gorn, came flying down
fr< m Baltimore to see the new arrival With her was great grandmother
Tillie Shapiro.
More Goinga and Comings: The Jacob DeKovens are back in their
I erty ave residence alter spending the summer in Michigan City
Ind. ,
He and Pauline have a summer bom.' there Vacation tune was
' re than pleasant, what with the frequent visits ()f their children-
Anita and Sanger Baron, Mitxi and Jerry Goldman and Eleanor and
Sevmour DeKoven. .
And off to Hendersonville for two week- are Miami Beach's Mr and
Mis. Morton Greenwood.
A EuropeantOUr starts for Myr. and Aaron F.rr TuesdSV vhen
.....
* Buck- County, P. tnd will ,Z(. Tf*& *" "" ,h<"r h"",('
fn'm'Vie;h^I.kn0W: ^ Budd "** > *<** "er in a month, com-
mount pillar back in the late Twenties, now expects^ ~L ^
dcnl more than he ever has in the past. Bodd a 8ood
Sylvia and Sam Seitlin took daughter Barb.r. m. ...
Sid Stone's a house euest with his brother-in-law and -* r.
Mrs. Murray Zinner, at their Alton rd. home. Dr' and
A TV comedy pitchman. Sid was formerly with th t..
and more recently with the road company of "Guys ana DoK ^
He was among guests of honor at a cocktail nartv i m. -', '
heme when the couple celebrated their ttfSgg^J^M
Miss Beverly Hader
Miss Hader to Wed
Canadian Physician
Miss Beverly Hader of Miami
Beach is engaged to a doctor from
Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Alfred
Mutchnik They are planning to be
married Dec. 3 in New York.
Miss Hader is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Hader. 1400
Meridian ave. She was graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School and is now attending the
University of Miami. Her sorority
is Phi Sigma Sigma.
Dr. Mutchnik's parents are Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Mutchnik. Win-
nipeg He is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Manitoba and the Royal
Miss Smmdra limmarmmm
Davis, Salmon
Betrothal Told
Mi*s Elinor France* Davis and
Harold H. Salmon are engaged.
They have not yet set a definite
date for their wedding, but plans
are in the offing1.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr*. Bernard Davis. 2240 SW
19th avs.'Mivm. and the late Mr
Davis
The groom's parents are the
Philip Vi Salmons."1446 I*nox ave.
iami Beach.
Miss Davis graduated from Miami
Senior Mien School and is now a
College of Physicians and Surgeons secretary with a Miami Beach law
in Dublin. Ireland He served as an firm.
officer in the Royal Canadian Air
Force and is now practicing in
Winnipeg.
Miss Zimmerman
To Mam- Dec. 18
Her fiance graduated from Mi
ami Beach Senior High School, at
tended the University of Florida
and nerved two years in the Armed
Forces. He is now a student at
the I diversity of Miami, where he
i will study law.
Sandra Zimmerman and Richard -------------------------------
Michael Schultz are plannin* a'
i,hoteTddinR ln ,he FonU,ne Irvine, Miller
Miss Zimmerman Is the daughter Hail Oct. 10 HitC'S
of Mr and Mrs David Zimmerman
7770 Hawthorne ave Miami Beach" Ina Audrev Irvine and Barry
She graduated from Miami Beach Miller are engaged. The couple's
High,i School and is a soohomore at betrothal is being announced by
"* n.vers.ty of Miam, ^ bri^|ec(.s p,rent5i Mr and
Mr. Schultz is the son of Mr Mrs. Irvin Levtne. Springfield. O.
Wty "f Miami last year from '"* M,,le"' 520 SW 22nd "*'
, U,M" Biveraits His fra mi
ternitj u Zeta Beta Tau"
Mrs. Duntov Fetea
Committee Officers
Miss I.evine graduated from Pea-
body High School in Pittsburgh.
Pa., and attended Bliss College at
Columbus. O., where she was a
cheer leader She is affiliated with
Mi- Joseph Duntov, vice nreM. Be,a >"">> Tau sorority and hi
'tent and chairman of the Book l,s ""tional secretary' In ,,",>
en" eamm.Hn,','u l mv'r>"> wm- burgh, she was active in the YM-
garden of her home. 2008 Alton rd Mr Mi,,er reduntd from Miaml
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg is ores'-! Se*'or H**h Scbo' a,M* was mcrn'
dent of the Greater Miami chapterI**1" of th All-City Football Team
convS,ot\r,ewaUhamhe J*C ^ "' U CUm^ ""**"
Mass. I with the Dixie Export Company
here.
The couple are planning an Oct.
16 wedding.
last summer, exchanged reports
Ma^t^8 MfS DUntV W* M"
Max Schwartz, who poured.
&
Miss lentt,
I'm

Friedman,.,
''"'In.II,;,!^
Lnore Fri*i,|r
than Benjamin Hirrkd
nm a late fall w*d%L
'!" Kdward FrvrtJ
'"!1 rd., is announcing
ter engagement:
Miss Friedman, aisj
an, a!tend?d the L'ni
and sraduited
versity of Miami tu,
dia director is her bth>_
Dorr Advertising AgoJ
Mr Harrison j> >bea|
Id.i I. Harrison. WJ
'I' graduated from CM
sit) in Worcester indgj
bombardier in the m
durinu World War 1
ll> is now assocuta]
Fornifit in
Sandra .Ican'sl
To Study for I
Mr and Mrs Kelts]
man. 555 North
nouncing the en
daughter, Sandra,
Edward Wacks. of
Miss Kleinman
novia Junior College.
Mr Wacks is the:
Mrs Hyman Wacks.',
was graduated fro
University and did.
at Brooklyn College.
Now he is doing
an atomic energy
lowship at the 1'nnedJ
where he will recast
chemistry. He is i ap
ma Xi, national rest*
Feldstein, I'd
Arc Kngafleu*
Marlene Feldstein.
Temple I'niversity *
hv-uneinPhiladeh*aJ
to a graduate of TaBSr
sity school of pharrasjJ
hen
Marlene is the *>
M;ir> Feldsteia. laW
and the late Mr *!
Harris is s^'a"f *|JJ
and the late LoaP"
delphia.
asjsaMs
ia*M


9r 23, 1955^
'Jaku&ak*
PAGE 9 A

Kricnsky Weds
Cubrow
Lm. double ring ceremony
LPmp of her uncle and aunt,
fSTs J Spector, 1824
.ve Miami, on Sunday,
' !i* Mr- Ann Kriensky.
r0f Mrv Jenny KriensKy
| lali- Barnett Kriensky. 39
L ,ve Coral Cables, for-
f Maiden. Mass., became the
David Lawrence Dubrow,
'%, Mrs. Jack Dubrow.
J \ v Rabbi S. M. Mach-
liated
Lan was Larry Phillips.
KonorwasLee Walters.
Jin marriage by her mother
l]e the bride wore a bailer-
W bridal gown of scalloped
hantillv lace and sheer gos-
nylon'tulle over lustrous
tatin. The traditional long
lail. i i e featured a soft-
L(i tu. scooped neckline
the scalloped lace, bouf-
-t consisting of billowy pan-
alternating hand clipped
|v lace and pleated tulle.
Ladpieci of chantilly lace
Custed with shimmering se-
L| (ash i ed in a scalloped
ledged in tiny pearls with
lp double illusion veiling.
Irrird white orchids on a
bride is a graduate of Mal-
h Sen k>I and a member of
Gable- Jewish Center.
tubniu received his dipolma
|No Vuik State University
kisvillr. N V and at present
pding thf I Diversity of Mi-
a reception at her uncle
nt's home, the couple flew
nuda for their honeymoon.
Jheir return, they will live
antillane ave., Coral Gables.
York Kites
le Charles Seligs
|: II.,.. Country Club in Briar-
nor. N.\ was the scene of
pt. 11 garden wedding unit-
aaor Carol Schrier and
.Selig. Jr.
I bride, daughter of Mr. and
Arthur Schrier of Yonkers,
(rtyof Miami Beach, is grand-
er of Mr and Mrs. Louis
of 1210 Lenox ave., Miami
[Her father nave her in mar-
bridegroom is son of Mr.
r.. Charles Selig, of Larch-
[NY
Erwin Hoffman of Ann"
Mich, the tormer Marilyn
an ot Miami Beach, was ma-
bf hjm: Adele Ornstein of
fork v.j n aid (if honor, and
S Selig was bis brother's
tan.
couple will honeymoon in
|!and. (",., and will reside in*
Mile
7**v
Ardninre
_______*n. OaWrf L Oahrew
SDT Alumnae to Meet
Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae
League will begin the fall season
Tuesday evening, September 27. at
the home of Mrs. Morton Grant.
8858 Byron ave. The meeting is
primarily to introduce new mem-
bers to the group and acquaint
them with the activities of the
organization. Formulation of pro-
grams fof this year's meetings is
also to be discussed.
Robert dropper
Bar Mitzvah
Robert Cropper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Cropper. 644 SW 14th
ave., Miami, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning, Sept. 24, at
the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will
officiate. In accordance with this
Sabbath, designated as the Sab-
bath of Repentance, he will speak
on "Return O Israel Unto Your
God."
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct the
Mussaf services and will read the
complete Sabbath portion from the
Scroll.
Robert is an eight grade honor
student at the Academy. He is a
member of Bnai Akiva.
Following the services, Kiddush
will be held at the Academy in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
Hialeah Sisterhood
Schedules Social
Mrs. Leon S. Eiscnman. presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of the Hia-
tab-Miami Springs Jewish Center.
announces the first of the Center's
community-wide socials of the new ;
season on Monday night, Sept. 26.
Co-chairman of this affair is Mr. i
Raymond Lord. Herman Farrer
will act as master of ceremonies'
for the dance. Refreshment com-
mittee will be cb-chaired by Mrs.
Gertrude Beck and Dave Sacks.
Hostesses for the games room
will include Mrs. Yetta Gelvan
Mrs. Millie Fox, Mrs. Gertrude Al-
exander and Mrs. Raymond Lord.
NS=
Mrs. Esther Cuchill (right) greets her sisters-in-law. Mrs. Bess
Cooper and Mrs. Leah Levy, for the first time at an Algiers hotel
reception last week. Mrs. Albert Rakoff was hostess.
\
)
*. Charles Mi
\g&" ;"'' Bnd4l,
Flags for Hillel House
B'nai B'rith, Flamingo Chapter
of Hialeah, will present an Israeli
flag to Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami Campus Friday
evening.' An American flag is be-
ing presented by the State Federa-
tion of B'nai- B'rith Women at the
same time.
Dl IJ Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. Robert Gordon. 325 26th
St., Miami Beach, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning. Sept. 24, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate. A
reception and dinner at the
Delano hotel will follow.
'Get Acquainted' Brunch
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a "get acquainted"
brunch and games party at Mai
sel's. on Biscayne blyd. and 79th
st., Tuesday morning, Sept. 27. Mrs.
Max Heyman and Mrs. Murray
Gladstone are in charge of reser-
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J2^i
Sabbath of Repentance Services Here
services are at 8:30. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will officiate. Rabbi Jo-
Rabbis nan CapUn will discuss: Listen.
My People." At 5:45 p.m., the Rab-
bi will preach on the topic: The
Continued from Page 2 A
ning at 7 and 9:15 p.m.
hi rice N. Eisendrath and Narot
will officiate at both services Can-
tor Jacob Bornstein will render the Meanjng" of Repentance" Voni Kip-
music*] portions of the liturgy. pUr sorvjcos Wil! begin with Kol Nl
\ mi Kippur services Monday (|n, Sundav evening at > Subject of
n -.ruing are at 10. Special service _,,,.', js: -Re Thw-lf" on
for children will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday morning. services com-
mence at 8. Rabin ("apian will dis-
cuss: "Looking for ScipcKo.it "
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Yi/kor will In- at 11 Sounding of
CONGREGATION will hold Friday the Sholar is at 6 all P m
evening services at sundown. Sal
urday morning services are at 8:86. BETH RAPHAEL congrega-
;;al)bi Simon April will preach on T wj|) Fn(j.u ,,w,mlu,
1he topic: "Why Repent"' Kol M
Ylzkor is scheduled for 4 p.m.
*
K*
die will open the Yom Kippur ob-
. irvance With service- Sunday eve
rrrig at 6. Monday morning services
e at 8 Yi/kor follows at 11 a.m
\. Hah Will conclude Yom Kippur
at 5 p.m Cantor Berele Kelemer
u render lh musical portion- oi
the liturgy at all services
ISRAELITE CENTER Will hold
F iday evening services at 8 Sat
urday morning services are at 8 30.
date and discuss the Weekly Por-
B bbi Morton Malavskv will offi
i, n Cantor Samuel Salkow will
render the musical portions of the
I lurgy Yom Kippur opens with
,i e Kol Nidre service on Sundaj
m a( ^, 4.". Subject of the ser
is scheduled as: "Low, in All
v., Repent" Mondaj
ning -crvicc- are at 7:30
y ,k,- follows at 11 a.m. Rabb
v-kv will discuss "A Ghos! ol
nanc( yom Kippur observance
conclude a1 8 40 p m with the
,l oi the shot.,;- Junior serv-
M, i da> at II IS Ronald
will officiate.
services at ti .so. Saturday morning..
services an- at 8 30 Rabbi Arie l*
Becker will officiate and dtscun
"When the Spirit of Repentance
Becomes a Necessity." Class In.
Bible i- scheduled for fi p.m fol-
lowed by kfincha and Shaloa Sea
dos Hosts are Mr and Mr- Joseph
Swarb Kol Nidre wUI be Sundaj
evening at ti 15, with Rabbi Meeker
discussing: Formula lor Tri-
umph." Cantor Israel Kelemer will
render the musical portions ,.( the
liturgy yom Kippur services Mon
day morning commence at 8 Yi/-
kor will be at 12 p.m.. with the
sermon scheduled at: "Living For
ever."

2 0000
Over SI.250,000 was raised in the Combined
Jewish Appeal but not all pledges have
been paid, says collection committee chair-
man Sam A. Goldstein (second from left)
at a meeting of his committee earlier this
week. The group set plans to reach all con-
tributors during the month ot Octobf.
Shown seated are Carl Susskind,
Meyer Teigman and Max Sheinm
rear are Joseph Kahn, David M. e*itt
Segal and M. J. Kopelowitz. Also am
of the newly formed committee, not shot
Uffrfcoto, is loseph Duntov.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER ii: hold Fridaj evenii
I 15 Saturday morning sen
bi Mayer
th lanl-'
i i ti musical
0| the liturgj Choir will
> i under the direction ol
" 1,u'
', n Kippur observance Sunda)
n a< : 4.". Rabbi Abramowiti
n the topic "The I
Mondaj mornii sen
45 a m Yitkor will be
, n:30 Neili h is scheduled I
The Rabbi will discourst
topic ("he Direction in I
rvices arc Mondaj at
l! am in the chapel Nathan Ko
,nd Matthew Zuckerbraun
Junior sen Ices will
at 3 p m in the mam synagogue.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
evening services at
Kronish will offi-
| pre.nil on the topic
i hange lor th< Better Is Possible "
Srturdaj morning services arc at
i i ntor Samuel Kelemer will
ler the musical portions of the
Howard son ol Mr and
B Albert B r Mitzvah Yom Kippur will com
nce with services Sundaj eve
i ng at 7 Rabbi Kronlah'i Kol Ni-
sermon will be "Give God
-. Mondaj morning sen ices
e at 0 45. with children's services
ited at 1:80. Rabbi Kronish will
i scuss: "Patience Ylikor sen
arc at 4 p.m Neilah will be Bt
5 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
von will hold Friday evening
.. rvices at 6, Saturday morning
rvices a e at 9 Rabbi H. Louis
R ittman will preach >n the Week
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Fnda\ evenins services at
fi IS Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate and nrcach on the topic
Ri turn to What?" Choir will be
under the direction ol Mrs Miriam
Donnerstas Oneg Shabbat will he
sDonsored by Mr and Mrs II
I J in honor of their son War
ren, who becomi Bar Mitzvah
durim Saturd j m n ices
9 r ,:i offering will be bj Mr
Mrs Bert Sher in honor of
their on, Arthur 01 e of
Yom Kippur I ith Kol Nidre
on Sunda) evenins at t; Rabbi
ill officiate, assisted
Lei i Hal i ct of
the discourse is it All Depends
Vou." Monday sen ices com
mence at 8 a.m Sermon will be:
"<'li.....i i ife Yidcor Is at 11
I atonement will be conclud-
ed with the sounding of the sh ifar
Mr and Mrs Edward Mer-
lin will present floral offerings
and Collective Repentance." Mm
eha will be at (i Yom Kippur be
glna with Kol Nidre service
Sunday evening at 6. Rabbi Helm
will discuss: "The Supreme Need
of Our Age Services Monday at
8 30 a m. will be followed by Vi/
kOT at 11. when Hal.hi Heim -peak-
"Humility." Cantor Ben Grossberg
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Monday services are
at 8. Yizkor will be at 11. Rabbi
Edwards will discuss: "Justice."
Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur
observance, with a discource on
the topic: "The Book is Closed."
on the subject A Chesed She!
Emeth Cantor Joseph Krissell MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE
will render the musical portion- < i GATION will hold Friday evening
the liturgy Choir will be under services at rundown. Saturday
the direction ol Mildred Wraizar morning services are at 8. Rabbi
Rabbi Heim will officiate at Nei >^';,r Lerer will officiate and Kol
l.ih Nidre son ices Sunday evening at
5:30. Subject ot the sermon is
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH- scheduled as: "Once a Year Mon
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday day service, are at 8. The Rahhi
evening services at 8 SO Rabbi will preach on: "Communion With
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Pridaj evening service- at ti Sat-
urday morning service- are at 9
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will deliver
the sermon Martin son ol Mr and
Mrs stanlev Mainster. will ttecomc
Mar MltZVah Kol Nidre opens Yom
Kioour services Sundaj evening at
6:80 Subject "I the sermon will
Im "The Bond ol Faith Yom
Kippur services Mondaj mon
commence at 8 i"> Yizkor will be at
10. with Rabbi Lehrman presenting 4 48
a discourse i red Met
ies antor Philip Brummer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgv at all service. The Rabbi
will chant Neilah Special services
for teen Bgen will he held in the
Delano hotel at 6:80 p.m 00 Sun-
dav and ii i m on Mondaj Eu i i
Wiener will officiate Junior Yom
Kippur services are in the mam
synagogue at 3 p m
God. Yizkor is at 11 a.m.

TORAH TEMPLE will mark the
\ance of Yom Kippur at Hi-
biscus Auditorium with Kol Nidre
services opening Sunday evening
at 6. Monday services commence at
9 Rabbis Louis A. and Abraham
Cassel will preach, with Cantor Jo
seph W. Malek rendering the mu.-i
Kiddush. Yom Kippur services be-, cal portions of the liturgy. He will
gin with Kol Nidre Sunday evening be assisted by Cantor Abraham
at 6:45 Rabbi Herson will discuss Wcinstcin.
Kol Nidre in the Life of the Jew
Mondaj s,.|-\ ices are at 9 a.m Dur-
ing Yizkor. at 11:30 a.m.. Rabbi i
Herson Will preach on the topic:1
"!'.> the Virtue of Our Fathers
Abraham Herson will offii
preach on the topic "The JOJ af
Penitence'' Mr and Mrs
Berks will be host, at the I
Shabbat following Saturday morn
hag services are at 9 Subject of the
sermon i-: Eternal Truth Cantor
Albert Giant! will render the must
cal portions f the litur-v Mr and
Mrs. Morris Faster will be Boats at
11. Rabbi Ever will disease'
ing Our Memorial Meaning

TEMPLE SINAI of
will hold Fridav night
8:30 Rabbi David Shapiros]
COM The Sabbath of
Cantor YehudahHdj
will render the musical
of the liturgy. Receptian i
sponsored by Mr, and ',
Vogel in honor of their!
versan Saturday morning"!
ices are a| it. Sermon witli
the Weeklv Portion. Kol
opens the Yom Kippur i
Sundav evening at 6:30.
morning -ervico comn
8:30
Mincha i~ at :i M pm The sermon
will be: "Eternal Bond" Neilah
will Ik' changed bj Cantor (Wantz at
BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Yom Kippur sen
lees commencing Sunday evening
at sundown Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards will officiate as guest spirit-
ual leader and preach on the topic:
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac
Ever will discuss: 'The Call of
Repentance." Cantor Fishel Lut-
man will rentier the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Mincha is at
5 45 Yom Kippur will be ushered
in with Kol Nidre services Sunday
evening at 5:30. Subject* of the
sermon is: "Atonement and Sur-
vival Monday morning services
are at 8. with Yizkor following at
Schechfer UnveiliM
TI c D< lication ol a MonaB^
t<. t> f th*bk
HENRY SOUCHTU
'IV o)
s W Mm Srim
mil bf held on
Ti immy Septemsi
i
Mi Nsao Cuona
Ullll
Rahhi S T Svuhssy ofMj
Arrangements, arc in charjt (
Palmer Miami MoafPJ
Company friend-and rcbwH
arc aked to attend |
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Will hold Friday evening lerviceJ
at 6 Saturday morning services are
at 8 SO Rahhi Tihor Stern will
preach on the topic i<. Return
but Forward Theodora Schull,
son oi Mr and Mrs Herbert Schull
Portion oi the Law Clas. in ^"^ffJE "5^ 2"^
, b at 4:45 p.m loHowed bj 5!f.uri!f M":"h"- "'"..render the
eha and Shaloa Seudos Yom
with
musical portions ol the lit:
Halacha Sabbath Shuva dis<
Kippur services commence with -f 4 .... ..rf. '
K ,1 Nidre on Sunday evening at 8. p ,^,1 iSSFSfJZ
-lav (erviceswillopen^e..m ^"-t^^'^Z
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
t II hold Fridav evening services
al 6. Saturday morning services are
at 9. Rahhi Alfred Waxman will
- fficiate. Yom Kippur opens with
Kol Nidre Sunday evening at 6.
gm with Kol Nidre Sundaj evening
at 6 Rabbi Stern will preach on
the topic Pledges Yom Kippur
services Monday morning com
mence at 8 Yizkor will be at 11 45
Subject of the discourse is sched-
uled as: "Recollections Mincha is
Subject of the sermon is: "Atone-'at 3:3 P m Neilah will conclude
rrent Will he Made for You." Serv-
ices Monday are at 8 a.m. Rabbi.
Waxman will discourse on the
t pie: "The New Year Has Be-
gun."
*
the Day of Atonement observance
at 5 p.m.
Martin Mainster. son ol Mr.
win !\ S,anley MaLn'.
will celebrate his Bar Mitz
Afasin Unveili*!
Th,
i
ill!
M
M tttl
:m I*
lei I _... Ml
CAPTAIN NATHAK IU$i, *|
.-'Iv cf
5g63 s* 9th Trua
u ill t*k< F^ce
S, NDA> Sll'TIMBI m
11 00 am it
K| S vl MlMOflAL P*
C.\ vll n*v
Rahb. M..x \Vuxman. L
Captain Mum .-
parVntsM. and MisJ-J
and one brother H'nrr*^-
Cpt-n i" the Mcd.ca\lgfi
,,Mrd m action m^
ber 4th,
'" Monu "'nv J,,
relate Jt"-^
Midi

Ufleilif
to the V
ficiate.
FLAGLER. GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUN.TY CENTER Wl ,2
i-riflay evening services at 6 Sat
urday morning services are at 9 ,
vices at 5:45. Saturday morning' ^Von ^tSc-tadM T^^ ^^ 8chol '
maiviauai Temple Emanu-EL
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
Theodore L. Schull will be Bar,
Mitzvah, Saturday morning.
Sept. 24, at Congregation Beth
RaL? ^""day. Sept.**24. j Jacob. He is the son oi Mr. and
man will of- Mrs. Herbert Schull and the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Schull and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Price. Reception will
follow services in David Whit-
man Hall.
The celebrant
ninth grade student at Miami
Beach High School and
at-
Meyw -
The I>
46J3 Granada*^
LAI C*S
Wool-1
U'llt H
MM
D
Mr
daughter,
Coral < ... **
snd ^'V--,'l&i
oi
Urand.bild'tn
in charg*
QasjpenJi
ked to 'J5.
23otf>


[g.ptpmber 23, 1955
.Wfcf. n^rirfl^m
PAfSP 11 A
mians Picked
itudy Mission
t Heiman, Miami business
and the 155 rhairman
[combilled Jewish Appeal,
i Bernard R. Stevens, edu-
[efcairinan of the Federa-
men's Division, have been
to represent Greater Mi-
i study mission to the State
,iiing to Stanley C. Myers,
ni of the Greater Miami
(Federation, the two Miam-
Bl join leaders from practi-
Ury state of the union com-
I the United Jewish Appeal
iulon
tippur Dance Due
\ Kippur dance will be spon-
.ointly by the congregation
Kerhood of Tifereth Israel
Lie Center following the
Lin of the Yom Kippur ob-
L Monday evening at the
16500 North Miami ave.
Children s choir of the junior congregation of the religious
school of Temple Emanu-El will lead Yom Kippur services for
the entire student body in the main synagogue Monday,
Sept. 26. from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Front row: Daniel Levine
Jonathan Turk, Stanley Muravchick, Mimi Miller, Marsha
Gla3sman, Steven Robinson, who will act as Junior Rabbi,
Steven Chaikin, who will chant the Mi Sheberach, Charles
Homer, who will be Junior Cantor, Delsie Lipton and Elandra
Bialolenki. Second row: Sheila Sandier, Lois Ross, Arlene
Arvan, Mona Glasser, Leslie Zebitz, Sandra Gastfriend, Ar-
lene Greer, Alan Medof, Alan Kurzweil, Ivan Shapiro, David
Brummer and Stephen Gould. Third row: Michael Hale, Ale a
Albert, Sandra Katz, Sharyn Hoffenberg, Phyllis Mechlowitz,
Claudia Bialolenki, Barry Katzen, Charles Popoff, Harold Kart
who will read the Torah, and Edward Greenwald. Back row:
Sherry Kout, Joan Eichel, Rosalind Lehrman, Virginia Gordon,
Harvey Shapiro, Russell Herman and Michael Peyton.
ANNOUNCING THE GRAND REOPENING OF
Capra's Italian Restaurant
8400 BISCAYNE BOWEVARD
$nk Copra, of Capra's Restaurant, is now manager and Chef of
PaUi's Inn 8 Garden Reslavranf. Inc.
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Bird's Eye Foods
At Sol's Are Kosher
Sol's Kosher Meat Market, of
7446 Collins ave.. Miami Beach,
this week received official word
from Bird's Eve Frozen Food
Products that all Bird's Eye frozen j
fruits, vegetables, fruit juices and
French fries arc strictly kosher.
Sol's carries a complete line of
Bird's Eye kosher frozen foods, in
addition to a selection of choice
kosher meat and poultry. Sol's
Market also specializes in whole-
sale prices for stocking home freez-
ers.
Israel Bond Office Moves
State of Israel Bond office for
Greater Miami and the State of
Florida has moved to 1544 Wash-
ington ave.. chairman Jacob Sher
announced Wednesday.
NEW TIME FOR
YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR
To be Confirmed
Paul Michael, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Gertman. 2360 SW'
24th st., Miami, will become Bar1
Mitzvah during Friday evening
services, Sept. 23, at Temple Is-
rael Following the service, a re-
ception will be held in the new
Temple patio.
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vJewls* fhrkHnr
Miami Women to Meet 27. In the
Sisterhood of Miami Hel.r-v. h,c h 'he menftJj
School and Congregation will hav will ^f the heh "^
their first regular meeting of the 1,;'^ l^cn an'm^H
season on Tuesday afternoon. Sep' lip lUTidell ^
HOLLAND HOHEYlH
IS KOW MADE WITH NEW CROP *,
DUKIOUS AND HEAlTHFUl
iso fat \o sn;\n isJ
Mflde with lew Calorie Ry, iMr
Try a Loaf Today I
ASK FOR IT IN YOUR FOOD MARKFT
Dlifribufed by
CCCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY
161 N.I. 30th STREET ,
Thirty teen aqers from Miami represc i
iservative congregations here
pated in n week's er.campmsnt under the
sponsorship of United Synagogue Youth.
which took place in Hendersonville, N.C.
Participating were North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter and Temple Emanu-El. Miami B
Congregation Beth David and West M
Jewish Center, Miami; Zamora Jewish
ter. Coral Gables; Temple Sinai. Hollywood.
Shown are Joy Davidow. Arnold Grcnt.
David Harris, Irwin Siegel. Jecnnette Loeb,
Alyce Goldberg, Jerome Temchin. Buddy
Giffers Roofing
Skilled Technique
"Roofing 1- n highlj skilled ti
which has attained lull stature only
in the last decade or so." st<
Steve Raymond, president of Gif-
fen Industries, Inc., Wednesday
"In the past, man) roofing con-
tractors either through lack ol
knowledge, indifference, and m
some cases venality, turned out
.noddy work fostering the illusion
that getting a good root was mat-
ter of pure link
"The situation is quite differ
ent today." continued Raymond
"Rigid building codes put a pre-
mium on the capable and honot
contractor tor his employment ia
insurance against poor workman
ship to saj nothing ol costlj d<
when .1 rool fails to pass inspei
tion
Th< n 1 \
perienci and Gifl
in 1
ly ha ol high-
ly tr.lined m II as
I in evei .ped
which wi
Ben
"G '
'
1. Sharon Press, Bailee Tenenbaum,
"ronowitz. Schneider. Shilra Sorott,
Elliott Shapiro. Sandra Schreidel. Dennis
Bookshester. Lester Brickman. Carol Miller.
:;al. Susan Levine. Howard Gal-
Rochelle Lynn. Seated: Russel Frank
Bauer, Leslie Wiesen, Paul Ruthfield. Char-
les Kamen. Ronnie Ruthtield, Leonard Roth-
bart and Barry Goldman. Center are Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, director ol the Southeast
region of the United Synagogue Youth Corn-
on. and Paul Kwitney. who accompa-
nied the group on their encampment.

Wins Beauty Contest
Daisy Tiber, M. of 1642 Jeffer-
son ave recently won the title
of Miss Young Adult of the Greater
Miami Jewish community young
adult cluba
The beauty contest was held at
the Roney Plaza hotel. Miss Tibor
is a member of the Young Adult
League of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community tenter's Town
Branch
NURSERY THROUGH 12th CHAD!
NORMANDY SCHOOL
tiloblhhed 1926 Our 20th Itu
ACCREDITED IT THE FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EN
Special Music and Art Program Saturday
and Daily after 3:30
Greua and individual instruction en pioti) and ill
f Hie orchestra.
fainting, ceramics, puppetry, arts ond crafts.
Bal dnnce.
Individual instruction daily after 3:30.
Transportation provided Saturday mornlr.es.
Highly trained professional staff.
1021 MAMfTZ DRIVE LEO HUBEHUN, Km
MIAMI BEACH, FIOR'DA Teletheat IN
ia a special message to Miss
Marguenta Rcv.valt, Wash-
ington, D.C.. president of the
!,'utional Federation of Busi-
i and Professional W.

.'.<>
t. 1.
1
ANNOUNCING!
tie Birth of
the...
Gifien roofer on the job. "There is no substitute for experience
and Gifien.' says Steve Raymond, president of Gifien In
dustries. Inc.
.snsxnn k>st*l. .. davidh. ***'
|in( auction, from ***r??tmnn <**T
intrrntv eep.ral.on..and ic.nic ^ ^i
__j .....,div a #.,,
rmd
the
people today and yesterday ,,,, thf)*J
and problem, .ffect.n, ssri<* ;,,. ^
culled from the mounta* of >"'*'"
both the Jeih and non-Jr*"** pre" J
m^l ,h. neod. ol tho ilaj ''\! ...*!
man, f.c.1 111. ol tho *?***& ,o la**'"'
no axoa to grto\ rao">v ass'*
The JEWISH DIGEST
Foot Office Bo. 153
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Gentlemen: _
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member 23. 1955
Obituaries
niNA BAUM 0
,?;"-. ,...,.-.-I .way
r m vein < io -N ','"
; *;, Weiss; two
Pl ,,.(.- IHium and |-n...-i.e
.....then., Morris,
m,l Max IWblel
. ,' .., the Miami
;,;,'.:.....-< >" m Nbo
vlved by two sons. Bamuel and
George; three grandcblldr.ia; ami our
great-grandchild, alt .If Miami I
s.-i vleva ware Tuesday In Pordoa's
Miami I loach Funeral Home, with In-
tel tneiit 111 YVoodlaun Park,
.V
1 KB.*
Vim Harriett Klsmnn.
\ jl,.. KIM Aaron and
bann Remains were sent
'%> r services ui
lh( Miami rUwstis.
IRRIS BADANES
11 .* > retired mer-
K,'..., Kloildlan. died Sept.
... Kl.irlda In ISfld, set-
v, I,,.,,. |. owned
|,| .Mr H HI"* "
ni'.n 1 il where he eon-
_, ,.,, 11- was a mem-
igotfue, .Miami
Inul 11 "it li A
I 1 veil bj .1 MMI,
Mr* i:.ina
. |'hllll|>H anil
.Miami, ami seven
u. re Mod-
,.,. li.nnl ('hapel, III"
l-aik 'emeterj
lEBECC* KAUFMAN
rd who lived
Krlday. Mm
... daugh-
1 ohen, Mi-
ll two
, lldren Bel
In I'lttaburgb
i, 1 Funeral
.....ing< -
FKANCES GTOER
ii loi ho
. sept. 1".. She
.1 lira
1 Marj 1.....
Mabel !-
... were
. Chapel,
1 vii Bark.
|NG GREENFIELD
,la 1 .ui hi oh -
1 1. 10 Star
Chicago II
1 hei e for
, it. 1 |r-
. .1.1 ightei a,
Mi I'..11
. .1. nfleld, all
. \li--.-- ('herle
I t'hli ago; hie
. Max; and
11..'Till.ui and
r si 1 in Beach;
11. S-i \ 1. .--
M. TIL.I |.(|
jinn: li, Intel mem t.d-
1 >
TILL'E SORNSTEIN
-v. died Bept.
il .Hn fi .,m
I 1 .il.'.
anl. .Mi.. and Hei man
sr I'nrk a daughter.
Head Miami: three sister*.
to Doioth) s'choenwlrth,
1 k. two In others, five
I. .tin! 1 1 .i 1 u 1.1 ad -
n.lav in lii.r-
I nli Intel men!
|MI C II. '. \.
pRS. ANN SINGER
. ago from
ili. I al home.
1 '... ii. Bun iv-
kr hvibiind, I >ave .1 .I.iiikIi-
I Rnbei 1 ii 11 a i.rothor.
_r; ami Mr* 8am
1 I'-.-.o II and
Si 1 v icea iwi
I Miami Beach
P '. Nil... 1 'erne -
US. IDA B MILLER
I iiif 1 Saturday
|l hi.i-i.ll.il mi,. 1.urn from
111 a .. Her onli
....!. Dye,
':" wore .Mi.n la)
Men mlal ,;...|
BESSIE ABRAHAM
. 1I1.1I M..mlay.
31 yean and .1
SIMON FEINIERG
79. died Sunday at hi* home, 2I0 BW
22nd lor Ho came from Kingston,
N.Y.. five yenrs aim. Ho leavea his
~ mM0mmmmmm*mmmim**r. iau
1.1I.. and Harry, Brooklyn,

Beai h,
iters
fees wo'
Chapel. With burial In Mi. S'c.....Vine
Wry.
rT ana f,-eh were 9loha]ay III Gordons Miami
MRS FANNIE MILLER
10. of TaL'l H,i...in..i ave., North Bay
Village, h. cam* hers eight rears
uk" from Neu fork, died Bept. 13.
lira, Miller, ntombet ..r the North
siior,- Jewish Center, 1* aurvlved by
two daughter*, Mr*, t'ylvla efiiisler,
North Baj Village, and Mis. 1.....11 no
Abrama, Sea \.:k: a eon, Louis, a>.\
York: and fix. graodcbildren. Berv-
Icel and inlormeiit wore ill Ni>\ York.
with lii-iuii Memorial < hapel, .n,.i -
mandj i.-i. In char ;. .1 kx al ar-
.1 ligaments.
MRS. OOLOIE BERKOWITZ
JJ, of WO .-\>. MtM ... W1U1 .
ii.i five ) .. ..ii Cievel
(>., iliod Bepl 1 I Bhe i- aui ive<
her huabaud, '1. 1 Mn 1 Ion
Sam. Ix.th of Miami, a lUiikhtei.
B) u la Bplegel, Bci anti n. I
l.r, Mi* ISathei tiiletlko, Miami
11 broth* Bel kites wi re Keul 1
Qordon'a I'hnj.el. with lnill.il In
Sinai 1 '.in. 1.
.1 me
n I,
1 l
.. .1
.\n
mul
I in
Ml
vSitSs. """*",,f MiHmi,;'""
_. JOHN WOLF
V ""I ......'r ago from
Burvlving afe hU
.. i-.,... ., ,, HaroM, S(>u(;i.
''' "" .....""' Al. Miami; three
a!V'a./'T ,S;",y 0r-" Ann Albert, both of Miami, and Mi-
Rom Klrach. hi Lauderdale. Kerv-
icea hui burial nr n, Bouiaaven.
MAURICE^ALPER
h... Of, .,,._.':,n>11. .,V1. MUn|1 ^ K
tiled Hept. .. ,n a ho.-pllal A saWm.n
he 1 an,.- ,,.-i, u y,.MIK from |)(.
11011. He wma a .....moar of Hlblacui
.Ma-oiii, i^h.k... Miami Beach, and
Mam Minn,, remple. SunlvInK are
ma wire, frleda; a eon, Irwln, Miami
1. 1. :i. !.. brotheni and three Ma.
lere. Including Mra. Ma Hyman and
in .- mi-iii Aipor. 1...11, ui Miami
''" ~' > lce '.'. Bept. 7 In l:n
-1 Ueilloilui I'bapi I, Miami l:.a, h
! "mi 111,.-i nun, i .vi 1. n,.|, cemetery,
LOUIS FRANKEL
I pl H '' -N\\ ,tn aw., di.d Bept. I
111 ''......n A riding station oper-
"' "........ here ii\.- iiui'H {!>.
Bur Ivina 1, i,i, wile, Doris; two
" -ii" '.Ail 1 1 .1 11.1 .. aud Mi 11
Hai 1 ....n.,\, ,. both "i .',;i| i;.,,,
' -. Max, 1
" I" mi auoi ail ol Miami Berv-
. i:i I lord .11 .- Miami
1 "M m.i .i.i in Mi. Nebu Ceine-
i. i.-
ABRAHAM BERLAND
1120 < 'olllni ave., ui. 1 Bunday, Bept.
II Ber ei h nd bui i..i w< re In Nea
a mi 1 loi don 1 Miami Bea< h r u-
11 ral Home In charge locally.
PAGE 13 A
The Entire Group of the
University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra
extends its best wishes for a peaceful and joyous
NEW YEAR to its many.sponsors atod friends who
have helped make this season a success.
MRS. ANNA HEINICK
r,:.. of 1*1! BO Sth si died Bepl I'.'.
Bhe came (mm Akron, '. five >-ears
ago, Burvlving are in-, husband, Max;
1 ,l.i..m. \kini. (our daililh-
ten, Mr* Marian Brown, Mrs I'm
otiiy Croon, and Jtm A M.ili, nil ol
Miami, and Mi- Kethei l.eel.aw,
foungstown, O.; nine |randohl!.lren
and a great-grandchild. Service* 1 ore
Bept. IS In Oortlon Miami hnnoral
Home, with tmrhtl In Mi. Nebo 1 ii
...
MRS. JENNIE FRIED
70. of :"..i s\\ i>;iii 1.1 died Kept It.
Berv Icea were s.-i-i 11 in Kiwixkie
Memorial Chapel, with burial in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
AUGUST JIPP
''. of 1 ;; Collins ave., died Bunday,
11 in charge ol ai rangi meni
Ide Memoiinl Chapel.
JOSEPH B. MOSS
ft, ol v........;,n .ii owner of the
Avalon hotel, died Bunday, Bept. II. In
hospital. Ho lived here for 20 -
li.- waa .. in. mi,. 1 ,.f the Hlbie. ua m,,
.-..ni. Lodge and ..1 remple Bmanu-
i-;i b'usviving are his wife, Fannli
two -..ii-. Lewis, Coral Dables, and
William, (Washington; and two
ten, Including Mra Bathei Kahn, Mi-
ami Beach. Bervlci were Monday In
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery .
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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WILLIAM EHRENFELD
71, of m Calabria ave., Coral Cables,
ni. 1 Bepl .11 a 1 ..-.il Hospital ll<* Is
survived by h iiv, i:.--i.-. wo
daughters, Mrs, orac* Tr*a and Mrs.
Mi., \\ aiater, Mra Mgry
Ooldberg; and tour icandchilili en Be-
Vork ler
inalim were
1 el 1 It es and
RiVOl aide.
.in I.. Ni w
mt.-n11.-1.
Mi.
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I
MOSES AARON EMANUEL
formerl] I Ro b*>\e.. fill died Agg.
::n In a Miami Beach lm.-j.ii.il. li*re
he had been i..k,n r/dWwthg a heart
attack. Ho was a pioneer >.f modern
Hebrew educatiahT iW -.tgierJo.. Hgrn
In Russia 11 !-:. he >vaa i;on..wSd
aa a Biblical and Taint.idi.- -.h..lar.
He was an organiser of the So|na
Baron, Jewish deloii..e c..ip au.nwM
Czailsl I'ogropia. and a lli. .
ei In the ZLml-t rri..ven*efif. He **rv-
,-.i for many years as head teacher
of religious schools in Rochester,
BcrantOn and TolXJtlto, itptarl.,. l-'.-i
the |uat 12 yejirs. be had reafde Miami lleacn *. henr ho fut* uaaoj-l-
al.d with the Hebrew Acad--m> H,
la aurvlved by hi* wifoy;Samh; sonl,
11.-ii-ZI.11. Nathan. Aklvg and Hersl:
and daughtora. Mra H. Hararl and
Mrs. L. Steraln.
JOSEPH J. ICHEtTEL
62. of 1313 lMh St.. Mat mi Beach.
diet Bept. 7. A roKldcitt of Dade
count v -tor einht years, he came here
fi.mi New VorhaClty and owned a
coclw.all lounxe In a downtown Miami
hot.-l He wa.s a member of the Mi-
ami Elks and 1- survived by hi* wife.
es, brother and stater, Brv-
were Friday in Riverside Muiml
Beach Chapol. with burial in Mt Xibu
C-niotci I
MRS. JENNIE LOWBNTHAL
77. of It7 Bay di., Miami Beai Ii. died
Bept. 7. She came from Now Y"il.
r 1 v.- \oara ago and i* survived by
mm. Milton, New York, a daughter.
Mra. I>or..th\ flcrnMetn. Miami Beach:
a brothei and fogr slaters i..ai ar-
rangementa for Interment in New
NATHAN CLOSSER
I 71, owner of thi Qeorgian hotel al
I...I Collins 1^.-. died here Baturday,
.-,1 10. He came t-. .Miami is years
ago from Johnstown, Pa., whore ho
an.l .1 1 othi 1 foi niu-,1 Qloaaei Bros
. 111 .-in store 1 i.- v.a- chairman
..f the board of the store when he
Idled. He also ail a founder and
.in., tor of Temple Bmanu-B!. In 1M7,
i he built and for a time owned the
Barblson apartment hotel .11 Ocean
dr an.1 >;t:i -1 a former director of
the t niie.i Jewish Appeal In John
town, Mr. Qlosser wa* a member of
B*nal B'ritli and was a Zionist and
Mason, ii.- leaves hi* wife, i-u.n 1
two daughters, Mrs, Freda Roruatein.
Mi.iiin Beach, an.l Mi- Bessie BUber-
steln, Johnstown; n *..n. Qerald Johns-
town: tlnoo sisters, Including Mrs
, Jei ni* >aslp, Miami Beach an 1
brother. Services were Sunday In
Beach Memorial Chapel on Normandy
late, with burial in Mt. Nebo O 1 .
tei)
> MRS. SOPHIA SQHULKIN
!>s. vh.. came hen- seven years ago
from Detroit, died Saturday. Bept I",
at homo. 1253 BW 2rd toi Survivors
include a daughter, Mrs. Harry Oot-
tesman, Detroit; a great-grandchild,
..ml seven grandchildren, Including
Mi.-. Nathan Prost, Miami. With whom
snt made her home S.rvlc- Were
Bunday In aordon'i Miami Chapel,
with burial in. mi Nei.i, cemetery.
MRS. ESTHER GREEN
SI, of TS0 Kuelld ave.. died Bept .
A resident her.- f"i the past U> years,
she came from Trenton, N.i. She li
survived hy her husband, Bamuel;
three .laiiKhtoi s. Mis. F'rieda Katx.
Trenton, Mrs. Evelyn Wysockl and
Miss Cells Oreen, both of Miami
Service* and burial Were In Tronton,
with Riverside Miami Beach handling
local arrangements
MRS. SARAH CLUCKMAN
tM 1 can dr.. died hole In
chiiiKe of iirranKeiiioiits "as Miami
Beach Kiverslde.
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES I
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,.t(,,he charter presentation cere-
F ror the installation of the newly fonn-
lnh Dade Lodge B'nai B'rith held dur-
bnr,T,nua' ., ,h membership planning
Cl rIi! Algiers hotel OTe wft t ^ht)
I LT Pre8ider. B'nai B'rith Coun-
K. uFlorida; Geor9 I Talianoif.
U rnanl rlhiP chaman. B'nai B'rith
** r^w hip ""npaign; Frank Biel,
i dSS rn[ l North Lodq B'nai
I ld ^mian, of St. Petersburg.
retary. Horida State Federation of B nai
B'rith Lodges and district membership co-
chairman; David I. Wolper. of St. Petersburg,
president. Florida State Federation of B nai
B'rith Lodges; Juhus Fisher. Roanoke. Va..
secretary. District Grand Lodge No. 5. B'nai
B'rith; and Max Kroloff. of Washington. D.C..
national B'nai B'rith membership director.
North Dade Lodge is the 22nd B'nai B'rith
Lodge to be formed in Florida.
HARRY and BESS GERSTEN
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy New Year
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p Richards Reveals Faulty Memory
H Of Noted Columnist David Lawrence
> !*!<* nvrtttor

By BERNARD G. RICHARDS
Seven Arts
letter in full it is :< follows:
"Dear Mr Richard!:
Ahon i beean this column la< "Thank vou very much for
Mav. 1 vni back to wrne ;meient letter of July 13 I do nol remfm
7',wii>i bintv bv writin" a Hjee '"''" eV(
,i.i i),i\ i.i i awrence, th rlUHn-
-hi'il W*hini?t 'lent roliimni-i .-.nH p*Hnr of >><- '" vvllH'h N,,|i n',,'r ;""1 "iething
(hat Rabbi Wise wrote in
ber ever
Goldberg Possiblj there i- some
confusion between the information
T*S News and World Report. The
sciiue
book the name of which I do not
r became timeiv beoouse -he h""k lhe nwne "' ",ll,h ''" M("
,, ,,i,in m-oor r m.- i......,.,..-e IV(';|11 M> recollection is thai Rah
was then the suhieet of an illmnin- ," WIm ** "! M,m'' Sympathetic
Wl then the suhieet of an illiimin
pfino m-nfile hieh son.....pH in
Nation and which was w ritten
by Rdgar Kemoler.
Mv article was called "David
I wren re Once Hclned the Zion-
ists." and it referred to some a*-
'-tance which he was reoorted to
h ve riven te. a Zionist delegation
t went 1 VI diington in io*>i on
b< hall oi our efforts for Jewish re-
settlement in Palestine. The work
i this delegation was le.l i>\ the
i-it and vivacious Abraham
t;. Idberg, eloquent orator, prolific
forceful writer, whose work
lor Zion will lone he remember-
ed. According to the report which
was -uliseauentlv presented to a
attention I gave orLginaH) to the
Halfoiir Resolution during World
War l He always gave me more
credit than I deserve in connection
with the \" lean attitude Mj
recollection i- I never -poke t0
an> members ol Congaess about it
at all Rabbi w ise may have as
-umed that the subsequent appro*.
al at the White House which came
after I had written something
about it. maj have heen some
cause-and-efect relationship, but I
don't think there i- art] basis for
that assumption flattering though
it ma\ he
"Rabbi Wise was a dear friend
of mine and I know one or two
^
F~ i
< *im i rvut'n tint* (II I W 11
meeting of the Zionist Organization times when I met him subsequent
i>> Goldberg, this Influential, to that incident, he spoke of it hav-
n. wspaperman was of help to thejing some effect, but frankly I
''legation in making some con doubt whether it ha.I Anyway I
tacts with men in public life who imagine whatever Mr Goldberg
C. utld he of assistance said about me may have heen de
Mr. Lawrence wrote to me on rived m some way from the inci-
July o to >ay that someone had dent of the story I wrnta at the
sent him a clipping of my article time Ol (he Balfour Resolution I
andI that while he appreciated "the make it a point never to become
,.!!! ff h .m T j' "n UT" lnvo,veSisIation with mem-
ten. he had no clear recollection her- ol Congress because I do not
of any contact with either Mr Gold think it is the function of a new*
b. rg or any other member of the paper,,,;,., and I have adhered to
Zionist Organization. When I wrote teat rule ever smee coming,
hack and explained all the circum Washington. That why Twa
dances relating to the above com- upset bj your statement which
mittee and to the definite report placed me in .be positfon of riolat
h'"' ll"'-"'l """> Mr Gold ,,,. my own rule
DAVID LAWRENCE."
North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith sponsors
presentation of American flags to new Amer-
ican citizens at naturalization ceremonies
held in Miami Federal Court. Shown par-
ticipating in the flag presentation are (left
to right) Gilbert J. Ballcin, president of B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida; Miami Beach
Councilman Melvin I. Richard; Jack it
E. Afcert Pallet cihzenship chain^S
vey Seeds Post Amer.can Legion NuH
co Perez, newly naturalized citizen \S
Greene, president. North Shore Lodq,
B nth; and Aaron Wolf. ShownTL
Rose-mane Perez, daughter of Mrs MJ
Perez.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLOR
IDA IN CHANCERY. No 1U2*4
JOSH I'A Z SI AIM.AN. Plaintiff.
Mr Laurence verv courteous
I' rote to me again While he had
no clear recollection of all tin
cumstances to which I referred, be
iled his friendship with one in the
' d Zionist leader namely,
the late Dr Stephen S Wise, and
had wi
'!> on the ibject ol
Ralfour Declaration
"
Mi l
LEGAL NOTICE
Reception In Honor
Warren Rernev
"Ten i w-ill be
Mitzvah during Satun
Sepl 24. ol Beth
lion
Warren is the son of Mr and
Harold n. Berney, iR.-.5 sw
23rd t. i
Warren i- an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he is a member oi
the chorus.
He has been attending Beth Ha
vid religious school for the past
five years.
The Berney-. will he hosts at Kid
dush following the ceremony, with
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiat-
ing
A reception and dinner honor
m;; Warren will be held Saturday
_ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
COUNT; ...NCHASCERV No ?.3?,.
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PAGE 15 A
THE WEEK... B f SEE IT
Continued from Pge 4 a
BE RID OF THE JEWISH SITUATION FOR GOOD
the British in destroyingthemR... h! ? 'ndUCed ,he 0A to Jin
policy was aimed at7eind*ng fhe Britth E" "SJ*: *2T**
This thesis- is apparently borne out hv th ?P,.re lnd n0t the Jcws
Declaration, a "Statement on Z r* ^P'^ber. 1944 Moscow
aura w= nmeri^&Ss
A month later. President Roosevelt returned from his visit H*
had conferred w.th many leaders in the Near East-but w th no Jews
H.s most important advisor had been Ibn Saud. recip^o? one Sun
and STi- "?..' day 3S rya,tieS frm Ameri"n oi? companies
and next to H.tltr. the most outspoken anti-Semite in the world Ibn
Sauds solut.on to the Jewish problem offered to FDR take aH
he Jews out of Palestine and send them into Central Africa where
they won't be able to bother anybody. If they refuse to go theTonK
alternative is to exterminate them where they ,re. and be rid of the
Jewish situation for good."
Publication of the Yalta papers late last year, which led to a sub-
sequent Congressional investigation of Mr. Dulles and which was met
w.th oratorical Church.llian tears, uncovered President Roosevelt's
Zrl tJ C ??odJ Kmg Ibn Saud- M went something to the effect that
the President had expressed the secret hope that Americas six million
Jews would also someday be subject to the Arab leader's solution
Shamefaced. Mr. Baruch relented. "I have had a two-hour talk
with President Roosevelt about the Jews and the Jewish problem he
said. I have spoken also to Governor Dewey on the same subject I
can only tell you as a result of these talks that, despite mv having been
a lifelong Democrat. I would rather trust my American Jewishness in
Mr. Dewey s hands than in Mr. Roosevelt's."
*
A PAGE UNCOVERED IN AMERICAN HISTORY
Tho Klder Stateinan's chance of heart was the result of the l're-i
dent's report to Tornac-- in March, lf)45 and the subsequent discovery
Of FDR's letter to the Jewish problem solver. Ibn Saud. addressed as
"my great and good friend." The report, written by Judge Samuel
Rosenman. the President and his son-in-law, John Boettinger, was de-
livered with this ad lib: "For instance, on the problem of Arabia. 1
learned more about that whole problemthe Moslem problem, the
Jewish problemby talking with Ibn Saud for five minutes, than I
could have learned in the exchange of two or three dozen letters
In his book, "Working with Roosevelt," Rosenman comments
naively: "This was a thought that must have popped into his head at
just that moment, for I never heard him say anything like that on the
way home from Algiers."
I can not avoid departing for one moment with this simple aside:
Our statesmen seem to learn much about Jews in comically short
periods of timemuch as actors and writers replenish their pockets
in Hollywood for the sake of their Muse. It reminds one of Rabbi
Hillel and the one-legged Bible commentator. Mr. Dulles, after a whirl-
wind tour of the Near East in early 1953 reported that he learned more
about the area's problems in ten days than he had during ten previous
years in Washington. His Jewish problem solver: ex-strongman Naguib
of Egypt.
In toto, Mr. Hecht's accusations are sharp. Taken in conjunction
with his revelatory analysis of Britain's role in Palestine, they are
damning. If they do not reflect the artist's ego, much as my discussion
of them with Mr. Adler didif they can be accepted on their face as
a page of U.S. historythen a reexamination of Mr. Roosevelt and the
Jews is in order. Illusions are often happy things and sometimes
physically safe things; delusions, however, can be dangerous.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday, September 23. 1955
Section B
THE ANCIENT SHEKEL IN
MODERN TIMES
[t Yourself
tah Workshop
and faculty of the He-
fclemv will meet at the
of the Blackstone hotel
evening to construct a
nd to ct first hand in-
jn all phases of the
Htich will he celebrated
iv. Oct. I. through
)ct. 9-
Mrs. Alfred Stone, par-
enjamin. an Academy stu-
bc hosts for this special
; to Mrs. Moses H.
ue, program chairman,
nar will feature instruc-
dnnonstratioM in Sue-
rations, arts and crafts,
holiday dishes and laws
ms regarding the build-
Succah.
in the discussions will
nder S dross, principal,
ew Academy. Rabbi Mor-
htz. dean of students. Mrs.
luer and Sol Kurtin.
am Pell Solkoff. newly-
resident of the Academy's^
i that a series of work-
planned to cover all
llidays and festive occa-
that thi>
feature of
PTA educational
High Holy Day Israel Bond Appeals Off
To Fast Start; Hirsohmann Slated Here
fro Hirschmann
chase of bonds on Yom Kippur.
The Greater Miami campaign
was kicked off on Rosh Hashona
when Torah Temple of Miami
Beach sold more than $100,000 in
Israel Bonds on the first day of
the New Year. Rabbi Abraham Cas-
sel told a capacity attendance at
the Rosh Hashona services that
"your loan to Israel will enable her
to continue strides towards eco-
nomic independence again threat-
I ened by the growing needs of the
Jews in North Africa."
At Homestead, the Jewish com-
munity sold an additional $6,000 in
Israel Bonds. Yom Kippur appeals
are scheduled at Beth David, Beth
El, Beth Tfilah, Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center, Flagler Granada Jew-
ish Center, Israelite Center, Miami
North Shore Auxiliary No. 677 Hebrew School and Congregation.
received two donations this week. Nrth Shoi"e, Jewlsh Center. Tifer-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ehrenreich pre- *th Is,rae Northside Israel. Torah
sented a Bible to the auxiliary for 'Temple, West Miami Jewish Cen-
the High Holy Days. Mr. and Mrs.|ter: Zamo,ra Jewish Center Kne-
Ben Weissman donated ritual flags' seth lsraeI and Betn RaPhael
Dade County's High Holy Day lions adopted at last week's nation-
appeals for the sale of State of Is-' al mobilization conference in Wash-
rael Bonds will reach their climax! ington pledging the sale of $35,000.-
Monday when some 15 synagogues; 000 in Israel Bonds during the bal-
and temples will ask for the pur-' ance of 1955."
JWV NEWS
JWV Auxiliary
Receives Gifts
Ira Hirschmann. outstanding au-
thor and businessman, will make
the principal appeal for bond sales
at Coral Gables and Zamorah Jew-
ish Centers, with the rabbis of
most of the other congregations in
charge of the sales efforts.
Hirschmann is now president and
owner of WAFB-FM, a unique
radio station dedicated to the prcs
entation of good music. Trained in
music at Johns Hopkins University
and the Peabody Institute of Mu
sic in Baltimore, Hirschmann was
the founder of the renowned New
Friends of Music, Inc., a non-profit
organization offering annual series
of chamber music and liedcr con-
certs in New York City.
His frequent visits to the capi-
tals of Europe and the Middle
East gave him a background that
proved invaluable during World
War II, when he was appointed Spe-
scminar is the in honor of their daughter. Fay
the Hebrew Koch, president of the Auxiliary.
The High Holy Day appeals are,, cial Attache of the U.S. Embassy in
pro-
Unto Women
CourseHere
West Miami Auxiliary, No. 223
will hold a regular business meet-
ing on Tursday evening, Sept. 29.
in the West Miami Town Hall.
according to Greater Miami bond
chairman Jacob Sher, the "first
means of implementing the resolu-
Ankara, Turkey, and special repre
sentative of the War Refugee
Board set up by President Roose
A social meeting of the Coral,
Gables Auxiliary No. 243 will be|
hejd Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
aid P. Soltz. president of! Miss Faith Macnow will give danc-
BYith Women's Council ing lessons.
Florida, has announced! *
Council will sponsor its Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
ntation course for all No. 174 will turn over its regular
mbers of the 12 chapters meeting night on Wednesday, Sept.
B'rith Women in the 28, for a pre-national convention
rally for all JWV Auxiliaries. At
that time, assignments will be
made for duties during the JWV'
national convention on Miami '
Beach from Oct. 24 through 31.
The rally will be held at 1946 West
Flagler st.

Buddy Logue. fund raising chair-
man of the Coral Gables Post No.
243. reported this week that the
MOTHER Of FAMOUS SONS
iiami area. Hollywood and
frdale on Wednesday cve-
I 28. at the Algiers hotel.
Dltz will conduct a session
dents other speakers will
'Irs. Joseph Morgan on
"ip; Mrs Robert Kopet-
fund raising; Mrs. Fred
I veteran-: Mrs Peter Glaz-
jAnti Defamation League;
Frank Wellins on B'nai
Lillian Graham Will Head Women's
Division of Miami Bond Campaign
velt to bring thousands of refugees
out of the Balkans.
In 1946, Hirschmann was ap-
pointed Special Inspector General
of the United Nations Relief and
Rehabilitation Administration. He
headed a mission to Turkey, where
negotiations were consummated for
ten million dollars worth of food
for Turkey and Greece, and made
tentative arrangements in Pales-
tine for the immigration of thou-
sands of additional displaced per-
sons.
Hirschmann was the winner of
the One World Award in 1949.
which entitled him to a trip around
the world. In November of that
year, he made a special trip to Yu-
goslavia to study political, social
and economic conditions in that
country and to confer with Marshal
Tito. He served as special consul-
tant for the Department of State
and rendered a report to the De-
partment which in part led to the
development of current American
policy vis-s-vis Yugoslavia.
In 1951 Hirschmann was elected
president of the Foundation to In-
sure the Future of Israel, visited
Israel, and served as a liaison be-
tween the American Embassy and
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Out of Hirschmann's experiences
in fighting Nazism and helping to
formulate American foreign policy
have come a number of books, of
which the best known are "Nazism:
An Assault on Civilization." "Life
Line to a Promised Land," and
"The Embers Still Burn." the last
of which deals with the resurgence
of Nazism in Germany.
outh Organization; Mrs. I saie Qf movie tickets in conjunc-
tion Hillel; Mrs. William tjon wjtn wometco Theatres will
pragramming; Mrs Ida be honored at the box offices of
ipnilanlnrop.es; and Mrs. tne Caryy Miamj and Miracle Thea-
chansky on forum for bet- tres anytime from Sept. 25 through
OcL 8.
[Beach Policeman Cited for Courtesy Award
to Leo Eisentein, courtesy com-
mittee chairman. Miller was nom-
inated for the award, a $25 govern-
ment savings bond, by Mrs. Minnie
Lutsky, 927 Euclid ave., Miami
of consideration beyond
"f duty has helped Martin
atrolman in the Miami
Mice Department, to be
week's winner of the
each Chamber of Com-
Durtesy award, according
Beach.
Hrt. Lillian Graham
MCE HOUSE
lior Museum Home Exhibit Scheduled
home is always cause for celebration, any-
where a whole row of new homes means a
"*s of housewarmings. At least, that's so
Junior Museum of Miami, which is located
W Woman's Club building, 1737 North
Pjnjor Museum will open its 1955-56 season
V Piay of Homes Around the World," ft*
LiKk Ihouses frm prehistoric era up to
hkp g' and even on nt0 tomorrow's
u ,.enes of "by inv'tt'n only" Pre-
". with unveiling of a spectacular speoe
amp 'Ch h*s been ** by the
nt ik an Insttute of Decorators,
as VpU >Car's museum exhibits to indi
Qs as ik rePres*ntatives of various or-
n-Draf,. museun. which is a community
,biio or*an'"tion, throws its doom open
of 'he board of directors of the Mu-
seum, headed by Mrs. Henry O. Shaw, will beMm a
receiving line for the first preview party, with Frank
McConnell. director of the museum. Mrs M. A. Whit-
ney, president of the Junior Museum Gild and presi-
dent of the Miami Junior League, Mrs^ M. R Har-
rison. Jr.. along with Mrs. Harry L. Dobbs president
of the Miami Woman's Club, and other officials con-
cerned with the success of the museum.
The Junior League of Miami started the museum
in 1050 The Guild was*xeponsible for installation
of the Planetarium at ttfmuaeum only such instru-
ment m Houth Florida, and which was viewed last
JeVr by approximately 40.000 school children.
Members of the Miami Woman's Club" will be
honored guests at the Sept. 27 preview. The first
orevTew Sept. 26, will be attended by representatives
frem *cSchool board, city and county d.gnitar.es
tcThers and other persons whose special interests
lie along the field of education and children's work.
Appointment of Mrs. Lillian Gra-
ham, nationally known Jewish com-
munal leader, as director of the
women's division for the Greater
Miami Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds, was announced Wed-
nesday by Sidney Glazier, city man-
ager for the Development Corpora-
tion for Israel.
Mrs. Graham, a former president
of ORT in New Haven. Conn., and
in Detroit, is a past national vice
president of that organization. She
is a former vice president of the
Council of Jewish Women in De-
troit and served as chapter co-
chairman for education for Ha-
dassah in the Michigan community.
A former member of the com-
munity relations committee of the
Jewish Community Council of De-
troit, Mrs. Graham was for four
years chairman of the speakers'
bureau for Israel Bonds there.
For many years, she has been a
national speaker on subjects relat-
ed to current Jewish problems.
Mrs. Graham also is well known as
a book reviewer on volumes of phy-
chological problems and problems
related to Jewish living.
She served as national director
of the women's division of ORT for
four years.
Mrs. Graham, who will maintain
headquarters in the new Israel
Bond office at 1544 Washington
ave., has two sons who have achiev-
ed fame in the educational field.
Eugene V. Ro.stow, her oldest son.
is now Dean of the Yale Law
School. Another son. Walter W.
Rostow, is professor.of economics
at M.I.T. and is author of "Pros-
pects for Communist China, Amer-
ican Policy and Asia and Dynamics
of Soviet Society."
Abraham Malofl
Gov. Collins Names
Abraham Maloff
Abraham Maloff, of Coral Ga-
bles, has been appointed a member
of the Florida State Board of So-
cial Welfare. Maloff's appointment,
j announced here by Gov. LeRoy
j Collins, is for District No. 9 of
I Dade County.
Maloff succeeds Miami Beach's
Ben Shepard. Vice president and
treasurer of Food Fair Stores of
Florida, Inc.. Maloff has long been
active in local civic and philan-
tropic affairs.
He is president of Zamora Jew-
ish Center. Coral Gables, is a mem-
ber of the board of Mental Health
Society of South Florida and the
Miami Industrial Development
Committee.
Community Singers Rehearse
First rehearsal of the season for
Miami Beach Community Singers
was Thursday evening at the Com-
munity Center.
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Ik, UAH UOttOD
Ding Dong Bell School day*
are at hand! Time to think of fill-
ing the cookie jar for after school
nibbles by the young fry. So. get
out the cookie sheets that have
been Iving idle all summer. Have:to a mixing
the mixing bowl within easy reach sipn in the center and
salad oil
2 cg!^
i: cup M'saine seed-- (obtained at
large food stores)
Sift flour and bikini powder In
bowl Make a depres-
ing powder, sugar. ..HM>, ....~.^v., -
truit bits and Sesame Seeds. That's'any kind may be added if Mces-
what you'll need to make the .! >;"> I" form I ball Of dough. Turn
licious cookies with the Israeli out on I lightly floured kneading
name of Sum-Sum for Sesame board Knead gently and form into
half-inch thick roll- Cul into halt
inch pieces Gram the cookie
sheet or line it with aluminum t11
Heat the remaining egg yolk in a
shallow bowl, and the egg white
with a pinch of salt, in another
bowl till it is frothy.
Have the sesame seeds in --till
another flat howl Now form a
ball of each bit of dough in the
palm of your hand and Dffjll it
into a flat round cookie not more
Seeds.
Sum-Sum Cook its
2 cups flour
4 teaspoon baking powder
4 cup sugar
'_> cup vegetable shortening or
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Opens Fall Season
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol-
om opened its new season with '" jm?h ,mck ,)jp oach
membership tea Wednesday noon ,hc ^tcn egg ^.lk lightlv and
in the banquet hall of the Temple. ,nen mt(, (n<1 spsa|llp >W(ls ,,,..,.
according to Mrs Irving B Kaplan. ()n ,h(1 preparP(, (,lllkl(. sh(.,.t .,m)
president of the Sisterhood. wjtn tho hnge pn.vs thl. v.(.lU
Mrs. Arthur tourshon. a vice down Rent,v (() |)o]p |hem s|uk
president of Sisterhood and chair- when a|1 ,hfl C(M,kl(,^ .||T p|acp(]
man of membership was in charge brush |lKn(|v wn ,hc frothv egg
of the function. The program for whlU, ||ita| m bru;h ,,.
the coming year was outlined by finm) B;lko 15 minut)1, :m
Mrs Sidnes Schwartz, program co- r ,.....,,hUx browned st...
ordmator for the year An original wnen ,.,,, m (.t>tlklv ,arv YieIds
skit, written and directed by Tnxie approximatelj SO cookiei
Levin, was lealured
ln the *rt|3
storage *,, ^4
THE HOLIDAY MEAL is sure to get off to fine start when
vou serve these delicious Horowitz-Margareten Geflltc Fish turn-
overs The tested recipe is easy to prepare and will be welcomed
by the family the year round.
GEFILTE FISH TURNOVERS
I Jr HOBOWrrZ-MABCARETEN
Gefilte nh
About 2 teaspoon* prepared
hore-rdlh
Salt and pepper
1 tablespoons chopped chive* or
green onion top*
I1.'* cup* sifted flour
j cup shortening
V cup cold waiter
Mash Horowitz-Margareten Gefilte Fish with a fork. Add
horse radish, chives, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix well. Sift
flour and lh teaspoon salt together. Cut in shortening until
pieces are the size of peas. Sprinkle cold water over flour mix-
ture gradually, mixing with a fork until dough forms a ball
when pressed together. Roll out on floured board or pastry cloth
to make a 15 x 10-inch rectangle. Cut in 5-inch squares. Divide
Gefilte Fish mixture in sixths, and put on one half of each square.
Turn other half over to cover, and press edges together with
fork Cut small slits in top of each turnover, and bake on cookie
bhect in hot oven, 425* F. for 20 minutes, or until brown. Serve
hot with tomato or mushroom sauce. Makes 6 large turnovers.
Note: 15 smaller turnovers may be made by cutting a 15 x
9-inch rectangle in 3-inch squares.
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Hospitality committee under the
chairmanship oi Mrs Albert I.
Rosen served as hostesses
And. speaking of baking time,
were reminded that some of the
baking for the current High Holi-
days can be dona long m advance
For instance the following fat-free
Honey Cake which improves with
a couple of week's storage in cake
Parents Unit Will Hear
Talk on Human Brain
Parents i tut of United cerebral '""^ or refrigerator
ot Miami will hear a talk on
the intricacies oi the human brain
at a meeting Thursday night. Sepl
22, at the United Cerebral I'.i-^
Clinic. 1608 SW 1st st.
Dr. Donald A. Schultz. chiet oi
the speech and hearing department
at the clinic, will speak and also
present a fiim.
light and thick. Sift together flour
and spu-es three times. Combine
the creamed mixture with the cool
hone) and coffee combination. Stir
into the dry ingredients gradually
till smooth. Line a 14"x9" baking
COMING TO NEW YORK?
Sloy ol this modern 25-
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oultide eieoiwe lorge.
beoulilully furnished
ti; ;\ rooms with kilf.li-
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both, l.omSS.SI
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Fat-Free Honey Cake
1 lb. honey
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 cup .strong black coffee, hot
3 eggs
1 cup sugar
3 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon each cinnamon, all-
spice and ginger
Heat honey in a deep sauce pan
-or top of double boiler till it be-
gins to bubble then stir in the bak-
ing soda. Stir down when it fizzes
and stir in the hot coffee Remove [
from heat to cool to lukewarm.
while preparing the remaining in-'
gredients. Beat eggs till creamy.
adding a little sugar at a time till

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pan with aluminum foil or wax
paper and turn in the batter. Bake
at 30XT for 50 or 55 minutes or till
set. Test by inserting a wooden
toothpick in center of cake. If it
comes out dry. the cake is done
Remove from oven. Let cool in
the pan set on a wire cake rack
Cut into squares or diagonal pieces
when ready to serve. For storing
FLORIN
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Sweeten* over 700 cups
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MIAMI
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23, 1955
*Je*istincrSdiin,rl
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Festive Holiday Menus Reflect
Tradition of New Year Season
of happy occasions .
sofer reflections; the austere and
hallowed mood of solemnity in the
synagogue on the High Holidays
1 can Manischewitz Condensed
Chicken Soup
'> cup water
'> teaspoon salt
tr-, rJS ('ha1ractc^is^'<, of Jewish I Phrase is "May it be Thy will," re- 1/3 CUP Manischewitz Honey
traditional life that it strikes a I vealinR a willingness to accept I1 tablespoon lemon juice
51S& .sbfa,nCe The s tempered by flt ,0 bestow upon us. jng or chicken fat
It is very likely for this reason 3 tablespoons flour
I 22 Stdel' made ** nuts and I Scrape and cut carrots info i/4"
balanced by a festive mood in the Wim Jn as. t!lcr frui,s) ".'rounds- Bring chicken soup, water,
home where invo. VumI < T l!fl'tonally so closely associated salt, honey and lemon juice to a
hZtZT y fCaS,S 2 JewhKho|y days. Also a fav-jboil. Add carrots and cook about
nave their own sacred significance or te Mehren Tzimmis. As de- 10 minutes. Melt fat in a saucepan
and symbolic value. iveloped by the Manischewitz Home'and blend in flour over low heat
The Tlm..H I economics Department, the recipe Gradually add about 1 cup of the
The Talmud, for example, tells for this favorite holiday delicacy liquid from the vegetables and stir
us that whoever feasts well on theibr,ngs ,he art of making it within until smooth. Add sauce to carrots
day before Yom Kippuj is consid-1^ "" f every nomemaker and blend in gently. Cook together
ered to have fasted twiceimnlv. I25 minutes over low heat or until
carrots are tender and sauce is
thick.
tody's Hit Favorite: Apple Strudel
,ri :- a favorite dessert for people everywhere. The
(the dough. For fluffy, tender itrudel, try lifts:
hewitz peanut oil
UanischewiU peanut oil
v.'iko a well in the flour and pour
n rapidly with a knife until a ball of dough is formed.
h li;:htly [loured board until smooth and no longer sticky.
ia hot iwl Hid keep warm at least one-half hour. Cover a
an old tablecloth.
li us amount of flour. On this cloth, roll the dough
possible Brush with the U cup of peanut oil. Lift the dough
;i lime, and stretch it using the .back of the hands,
l thin Trim edges and fill immediately.
indy School
Accreditation
late of Florida
foy School of Miami |
It week joined the ranks
lhn<>l> accredited by the
late Deportment of K Dthi'iuh the Normandy
Jin it- 20th year as a pri-
ll, this i tin- first year
blied lor accrediting by
[Accredit in u was cranted
1st request, according to
rman. headmaster.
Normandy School was
pid built on it- present
1 by Huberman, who has
dmaster since that
erman -aid that Norman-
pioneered in the Nor-
trea "and was built at
r*n the 71sl -t area was
> country.
is a graduate of Har-
jfge and has done post
pork at Columbia Uni-
iversity o( Miami and
liege His particular in-
krt. and he conducts the
p at Normandy School.
a< the Art Students
Beaux Art in New
the Copel) Society in
ered to have fasted twiceimply-
ing that the joy of a sacred feast is
'comparable in spiritual value to
the exaltation Of a sacred fast.
To preserve this sacred N|lirit
[special religious significance has
been attached to many of the cus-
tom associated with the holiday
leasts The apple d,pped in honey
which begins the Both Hashona
evening meals is more than merely
an earthly talisman of good luck:
in the words of the prayer which
accompany it. "May it be Thy will
that this year shall be happy and
Jweet for ii.." the most significant
"bcrman. dean of the
I m charge 'of the music
" She attended the Cur-
P in Philadelphia and
W "f the Juilliard Grad-
1 of Music in New York
n'' -Mrs Huberman have
wen active in commu-
R2* runding Presi-
t Invate Schools Associ-
rf Coi"i'.v and is now
i s executive commit-
'" WM president of the
,,.*** for "'any years a
1.Z Jard of ,he Y and
P'er Miami Jewish Com-
P1"- lie has been active
g Jhe Florida Council of
Tn*1 is a member of
Beach Public Library
I years Was chairm
ty Affair Due
R Slm^ersh'p affair of
fI LNauomi GroP Of
ft if lhcl" Thu*v
f at ,he Colony res-
1 ,Charge of reservations
h* Cynamon.
Taste
THE DIFFERENCE TV^
Enjoy
THE DIFFERENCE!
QUICK MEHREN TZIMMIS
Mis. carrots | Serves 6.
for
tup
pcrb focWtes
mew"""!!
OIHHf"5
Incomparably ,**. for
BIRTHD'AY PARTIES

1i
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tor
'OlHHtR
Ml*1

m*
tMCS
let your own faste
prove to you that
*
A Miami Beach resident is
among the 56 students enroll-
ed in the first class of Amer-
ica's newest medical school,
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva Univer-
sity. Joseph Levine, of 1520
Stillwater dr., is a graduate of
Swarthmore College and was r
selected from 1,000 appli-
cants.
No One Can Make
Gefilte Fish
As Good As
MANISCHEWITZ
Makes it!
A
Made in the modern new
Manischewitz kosher food plant
t VineUnd, N. J.
Iff ID CllSIHI MIM IK HIST11
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OEFJ6B PARTiFc
WE ARE NOT
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MEMBER DINERS CLUB JEfferson 8-7881
Holiday hint: whatever you bake
^DROMEDARY
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Out bakes any other method .'.. any other mix!
New Dromedary gives you exclusive advantages
no other cake mix .. .no other biking method
j ever had before: f
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. e*d Dromedary h kotmtr yet cet'ti e mere!
Till your f recer <.
you wait Dromedary
... in the packogt
witk fro <) that tills
! you it's kosher!
Alsi: Pound Cake Mii^ Ginferbread Mix Hiney n' Spice Cake Mix
the only cake mixes packed in gold foil to protect then perfect freshness
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day and Company, Inc. $3.95.
By HILARY MINDLIN
Lionel Shapiro, a Canadian and former war correspondent, has
set his lovo story againsl the powerful background ol World War II
and the frenetic days which led up to D-Day in Europe, .Line ti l!'44
The male principal" arc the American Lieutenant, Brand Parker, who
owes his loyalt) to the money, position and the girl he married back
in Connecticut, the Commando Captain John Wynter, .i quiet, un-
demanding chap who plays it fair and brave in love and war, like a true
Englishman Then there is Valerie Russell, lovely, compassii
e or less pledged to Captain Wynter
Brad and Valerie fall helplesslj in love "There wasn't bi
pt when thej were apart, and then the inline consisted "i the
ent the) would meet again What thej owed to rts ol
lives tormented them with guilt, but whal the) owed to i
stn i g( i A- the frantic excitement ol London swept tl
11 closer to the time ol decision "on a clear da) standing on I
can almost -ee the end ei the war now" the) i""k refuge in the
i thai their- was a war problem, and iii.it the war Itsell would
llOW solve it, make it right
Thi> is the state ol things when D-Day comes thundei ross
Channel to the Normandy beaches Both men are in tin action,
i ndent on each ether in a wa) which goes far beyond the military
tension is superb; Mr Shapiro brings up hi- beav) artiller) with a
u nalist's unerring eye for detail and the novelist's trick of letting
tin wider scope show through the spact
And the war, by bringing in it- own set ol values, doe- solve the
I lent it made Alter the blood -we.it and tear-. ., man and a woman
then finest hour m a farewell to arm- and a homing way
FOUL HANDS
The Egyptian and Vrab propagandists in the
countrj arc naturally drawing inspiration fmm(p#y-
roll and one would have to he hopcjfs^l) nai\ t lo
believe them capable ef decency except perhaps
that crackpot segment of American Jewry which
lard- it- heritage with Arab blessing And this holds
even when the gentlemen in question speak for the
Arah diplomatic echelons in the United Nations.
There have been main hitter and vile outburst
from that -oiiree in recent years, but none compare
in villainy with the one published in the letter-to-
editor column (d the New York Times. Ostensibly
the letter, signed by Abdi I Magoud Hassan, press
attache ol the Egyptian delegation to the United
- i- a repl) to a letter h> .lo-hua II. Just man.
director ol pre relations to the Israeli delegation.
hut in essence it i- a sickening diatribe whose direc-
tion i- as obvious a- it i- brutal and false. letter-
, (changing will t the fact- of history. But it
i- q ii whether a gentleman who is impu-
denl l to call an Israeli foray against Kgypt
petitions ol Nazi brutality" cither knows or cares
to know the facts ol histotrj
v. i u lid onl) like to remind him that it is a
ol histor) that i airo was cringing and in joy-
win i l armies were giving Mgn- of invinci-
bilit' that Egypt had given Hitler a Mufti and that
the one time would be enslavers ol ancient Israel had
given shelter to the Mufti when that criminal escap-
ed from the gallows That should have been his fate
il certain frightened statesmen hadn't been suddenly
transformed into gutter politician-.
GOOD NEWS
When an anti-Semite complains he cant make a
s
.living from the racket th0 stnr,
der thebcadu* -Kood ,u. Jr> ^%t_
raade .the admuuon Ui MontrJi,l gt*>*m
W* tor a |U h rJS ^3
nate sheet nVnot a heoon inff 'S**
dile tears may no. be ."mlmx ^
Others of his ilk. But thereTsa^VH
that the anti-Semit,c publi hcrs&'S
, the business loss and loss Uicrat^lS
hre-ukimately driven lrmZ L
P that a business w,th,.ut profit,^
not for money seeker- W|
OLD TROUBLE SPOT
Gaza, current site ol trouble for to
ciated with the exploit-o, Samson^
read your Bible you know of cour-eZ A
tes of old too had trouble with GafSj
Israelites in the era id the Judges dmvt ,.T
the Philistines, there ,. ,.., ^para^'
day. for Israel toda) has many Samx,i
taking the jawbone- ol an a- and
Philistines by the thou.-ai I \\nen M
away the jawbone with which he smote
stines. the Bible relat. he was .,', ,,
might have died had not the Urd cansrti
come out of a hollow The danger of *3
thirst in that vicinity is gone now larehtl
irrigation pipes laid from Jerusalem to Gal
funds from State of l-ra. I \, item in the New York Tunes we learn other 1
has arisen there over the water. The GaoiM
the pipes under cover of night But one a2
were dismayed and bewildered The pip*,
gone. The Israeli settlers simply took the |
over the night.
Wf.ro Y MfllWflV _
Egyptians Boast of Three-Day Blitzkrieg,
MR. SHAPIRO moves back and forth between American and British
m expertly, and some oi the mosl interesting sidelights of the book
-ii the differences drawn between the personalities t>l the two
ltnes. On war tor example The British were good at this kind
;-ing The) fought the war as il it were the normal course of life
ked the American way better. American bitterness and impatience
the sense ol adventure, the wa) American- hated war and loved
a peculiar but honest confusion "
There are. however, tremendous overtone- rumbling in the
ictic distance wbmb never quite seem to break through the rmrka
aps Brad i- indeed the long-ago colonist and John the bereaved
silent Empire going ahead with quiet prideand a -tiff upper lip.
II took a mighty war to discover that they hold dear the lame o'-'uer oi nours. lnose circles blame t ited
- an.1 | stomach wound to reveal that Americans can have the Nations lor Egypt's 1948 defeat They brag that the
( kind of guts, and that thi- is a better love; and a finer heritage ; n'w war would be over before the Security Council
I say perhaps because 1 have a penchant for readme into books j *>*>uJ<' act. .......
I ought to be then and ii this sort of undei is intended,! Arab braggadocio being what it i- there is a ten-
vaguely limned as nearl) to be invisible, HeverttektM Thr Sixth dent uiimize such threats The State Depart-
' ; **' was a r ik-of-the Month Club selection thi Mgust*atW Is met* h (MreVtheless nervously observing the Egvtv
.'n.'.t: !.ur,h u,,k "" ,h(' N,u v"rk Tmu's B,'"! Wfrr I-i-t, ranking j turn response to the Soviet Onion's offer of muni-
\on that a good book will u-u.M!> makejtiona Infiltration and patrol actions along the Gaza
WASHINGTON
Egyptian! are privately talking of a "three day"
blitzkrieg to be launched against l>rael.
In Washington and European capitals Egyptian
diplomat- have told persons they considered anti
Jewish that Egypt will soon "amaze the world
Their boast is that new weapons and a reorganized
army would enable Egypt to occupv Tel Aviv in a
matter of hours. These circles blame the United
tenth. Which just goes to -how
en if it could have been better
LEOX G1TTERMA\
Third Film About Al Jolson
HOLLYWOOD
Oiumbia Picture- will rea-e
-hort film. -The Great Ai .Job
n." thi- fall, coincident with the
:h anniversary of the late sins-
i : s death. Ralph Staub. who will
produce it. has called in seven
__------------- _.. ,..,.,., an....., dimig me viaza
frontier have increased notably in the last several
weeks
A revealing report, recently published in The
New York Times described the Egyptian armed
force- displa) of Strength In a five hour parade
ro's streets were filled with new military equip-
ment as Egypt celebrated the third anniversary of
I remier Gamal Abdei Nassers revolution against
the monarchy.
The most impressive items among the new equip-
ment revealed were 27 sixty-ton Centurion tanks
mortal to.the entertainer Edited of the latest model purchased from (ireat Britain
into the film will he a clip lensed There were new 155-mm field guns of French de-
years ago of Jolson impressing -'- and a number of 120 mm Brandt mortars
^JSSSS^JLSSiSSt f,'e,"i'hr!,"n"r"d s,uTa",ank* "-a!,n **
Hollywood r regiments of artillery. 29 gurfUach. were
writer- who composed many of
Jolson's top songs to appear in
the short, planned a- a film me-
Hollywood.

Although Ethel Merman ha-
I6ng been pencilled in to head
UP NBC-TVs Nov 6 | |yr
the ringer was reported holding
out for more moiiex than the net-
work i- current!) willing to offer
The can you ask thing
mote performer was repute
have been paid $50,000 per show
tor her BS-TV app
son and h askil
unl trom M'a
BILL WOi.FE -
Herman Slill
Winning 'Em
Herman Barron, the (am
rich golfer who bi
top -tar- in the i >unl
i cad, ... [a still v.
his home te'iritor)
irron, whose home course *
the Penwa) Go I i lub in w
N V. now has
fjv< the 1
tor Profe. sional Golfi r's \
lation. He added I,
recently II" also i- the
8 holder of the Westchi
Open Crown.
Barron. despite the many
-tacles encountered bj Jews In
the country club gome ol
played his way to tar
I In 194b he won the S50.000
D'Shanter open.
This columnist- favorite i\c-' At i)enefit performance the'
- nption of some of the factor, theatre wasgyow'ded and the per
w ----------- wmqmm a j, ^-.' Ruin t H II. WCK'
A battery of the newest self-propelled artillery
was noted as were battalions of antiaircraft auto-
matic weapons .lets screamed overhead while the
crowd roared its acclaim. There were 36 Vampire
lets and 24 Meteors v
The New York Times noted improitsi
Egypt's armored and air equipment and mpsl
port of the army regime Volunteer National(
men outnumbered regular troops.
Creation of an industrial foundation fort
strength was described by Maj. Gen. AbtHJ
Amer. Defense Minister and Commander iff]
in a speech. Nasser made known that Fj|
building a new army around a core of mobile I
with large "auxiliary elements' suppoUfsi
said Egypt was now manufacturing "kghti
medium missile- i
A number of former Nazi military _
in Egypt training fanatical young Egyptiaasaj
zer tactics, airborne operations, and behind.tatl
terrorism and sabotage A trained terrorist.r
called the Fedayeen (self -acnficer- ml,
against the British in the Suez Canal Zok"
recently this group ha- been based il (kj
area. It is known to have carried oat
sneak attacks on Israel civilians.
These are all rea>ons enough wh> lM
world looked with surprise and initial boprij
plan John Foster Dulles presented reeentir-eaT
ing the settling of the Near East's problea^
out, too many observers saw in the plaiP
nothing to scotch the rumors of Egypt*P
blitz. .
What it does is to affirm an old Arab)
old. that is. in the sense that it post-dateit
cessful Arab attempt to subdue Israel in Wl
Mr. Dulles has sounded out the Jewish State"
toward border "adjustment." And this tt I
what the Arabs have been seeking: to
that is realistically possible, the already ta
pact republic to unworkable proportii
Working on both sides of the feat*
answer was quick: to accept offers of mjj
from the Soviet in the event of war
IMVffl IjOVEX

No Mention Made of the Warsaw Ghetto1
J
lhnr GENEVA
an exhibition in this city depicting 're-
";;:'"'"',r!w",'p"1-'" n* *"&** thing
S '"- trickling through
"hind the Iron n that
-n ,..... crures ,, S! n t.o\ernmenl lt. best to whh> out
V'! VAStr: chJewishTrig^
' are due hj-Madrid soon ?., ne ~'1"" '
: '^Jthejerep
produce.! Man, nllllIIlls ,, ,^" '!^"U' con'
:-*ds: absorbed ,.,,,,, ,,.;' '}""}*'?'* '
home 70.000 leu. ;.,,.. .!.."" "^'"-"ran. the
Paul Mum. star of the I
h I i :.. i it ihe u ii
verj happy of hi- haeii
voted "the best
Bro .. i,y y
York drama critic- The Stan
le
er-
gin filming "The Pride and
Passion" with ary ;
Frank Sinatra u sOau*,
nley will direct aaari
ihex'll cast the feminh.
in F.urdpe
A-ntl-Semitjsm is still widel) Pr^erf
and Jews often have recourse to tne -
recurrent ant.-Semitic outburst! U
The section of Warsaw where Jestsfj
housed is now eompletel) -
new suburb is being bu up in ''^'^o
. strerts no longer bear an) rc^J1"'
the former Jewish quart, r In lact. i
- ayMWttanint! h) remind one ol the r
life which once bloomed there
IV I
There are no accurate statidij
Poland bu.
number, of Jews alive
maie* place it at about .^ ^
70.U00. The^Jl
. c.lowu l!h >
which have made it so tough for
a Jewish golfer to get ahead w ere
put down by Harold Ribalow in
his book, 'The Jew in American
Sports." Write Ribalow: "Golf
is a social sport. It is played by-
rich men. at exclusive clubs.
----- .... v^h. pel"
formers were jSenermwh applaud-
ed Rut the offering amounted
to less than S00 -Well." said
Milton Berle, addressing the audi
ence. "this offering, as vou un-
derstand, is fyc the benefit of
the poor ... and they all seem
to be here.
-me 70.000 J*. 1 the ^SS^ oioO K .... an. ^
I tjonal consUni;.; m gj '- trad,. J^K. and f.ub.in. where-cab ^
' *o"*k ra, watchmakei Sather k r" t' fam'li"s rpmain ,n Kie,ce> sf' i **\
and merehanl. Wrkers. clerks xm/t;% pogrom, there are no JeW ^
once-famous Jewish center- no Je ^ ^
In Warsaw, the Jewish *"**>
r ,s published t;.ur tinaj^l
and merchants,
^j^ss^smm^-..........
can matt ends *t *" W,VM out ^ w^ 3 thV
me is puDiisuirw .-
contain any informationW^
thy" people there are hungo


qaptember 23, lj
JmUfe/tojy?
issah Chairman Seeks Oversubscription to JNF Project
... r.rai* chanter coordinator of Jewish thus nvfrnhtrrini;..- m. .
PAGE 5 B
(iratz. chapter coordinator of Jewish this oversubscription "To riat*
, tree8 for Hadassah, has a problem, distributed s,m? j cJrtiSe,*0^:??*, on'y
,icfiH siniDlv with meetins the ouota much hf.r .k_ vTl... mca,es We vc got to do
Max
I Fund trees mi iiuon, inwuaua,
Inot satisfied simply with meeting the quota
i-56
have t" oversubscribe," the- enthusiastic
,h leader explained here, "and it can be done
have been receiving up until
|f CI'IHIH"*--"'-
irding to Mrs. Gratz, all Hadassah group
for JNF trees are hard at work to attain
Kiperation we
,. continues."
much better than that."
Hadassah group chairmen include the Mcsdames
aeli^ WcTnearh; 2' ^l'> !"* F pSSTE
M lirhmJ^u ^rah; f- Ochs, Mt. Scopus;
M. Lachman Hannah Senesch; R. Ussen. Sbaloma
I. R. Goodman; M. Lune, Chaim Weizmann; R Swis
ko, Naomi; and E. Quartin. Torah.
Organization in Miami Grows by Leaps and Bounds
hew social organization for
Turpose <>f getting single peo-
hgether to meet new friends
eh entertainment and social
By, such as card parties.
L and outings, has brought
fconse from Miami Beach, Mi
bnd the Greater Miami area
excess of the expectations
founders
te than 300 people have
inquiries about the Nation-.
Lllowship League during the
[five weeks, and most of
haw become members to
gatherings every week at
Jpsidencc ol it> founder, Sam
u well as at other places.
jst major I unction has been
fclcd for Saturday evening,
24. at the New Wofford
i hotel grand ballroom. Mi-
llteach. "Although the first
of the proportions of this
ins planned for late in
fciber. the unexpected re-
. of the public made it nec-
to hold an event of major
Sam Siegel
proportions in a place where a
large number of persons could
be accommodated at the earliest
possible time," Siegel explained.
"Hie social will include an en-
tertainment program of vocal Ists,
ir School Gets
meditation
School of Miami Beach this
received official notification
[academic accreditation from
Honda State Department of
lion, according to Mrs. Ida
fcirector of the school.
jiing its 23rd successive
J educational training here,
hool has instituted many new
pons for its fall term, Mrs.
(veiled.
ddition to its full academic
ommercial curriculum for
from the elementary
through high and prepara-
chools, the school will em-
studies in music, art and
(tics. These added programs
under the guidance of in-
structors who have received ac-
creditation under the new program.
The Miami Beach school has also
made extensive improvements in
its library and in the kindergarten
areas. A new" "canteen" has been
built for students of the high
school classes who will now be on
a full-day schedule.
The school is located at 1010
West ave., adjacent to Biscayne
Bay, and is an approved member of
the Private Schools Association of
Dade County and the U.S. Attorney
General's list of approved schools.
'Rumor Clinic' of Meeting
Tropical Chapter 678, B*nai
B'rith Women, held a "rumor clin-
ic" Tuesday at a meeting in the
Sovereign hotel. Guest was Gil-
bert J. Balkin, director of the Flor-
ida ADL office.
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We ore also prepared to till your orders if
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Pillow Cases
Plast le Goods
ond other items for the trade
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C"*tl-' ft.pl. Fork*
vaudeville, instrumentalists,
[Pakcrs .and dancing. National
fellowship League membership
is made up of single people over
the age of 25. Siegel first organ-
ized the club fa Miami in 1924
and it grew to a membership of
several thousands. Siegel's busi-
ness later made it necessary for
him to move to ,New York City,
where he started other clubs
which are still in existence.
December Opening
For New Addition
A December opening has been
scheduled for the $1,000,000 addi-
tion to the Chateau motel, lMst st.
and Collins ave.
Opened uni^ a JiUwi more than
two months, the Chateau's new
wing will give the resort a total of
168 rooms.
With the four-story building the
Chateau will have a 350-foot ocean
frontage and a depth of 450 feet.
The Chateau's 100-room addition
will have interior center hallways
and two elevators, ft will be con-
nected to the main lobby by a sec-
ond floor overpass
Besides the usual hotel-motel
rooms, the building will include
118 oceanfront suites featuring
I sliding glass wallsand two-room
apartment facilities. Every room
will have a private balcony.
The new addition also will have
a 200-seat dining room and supper
club which will have a revolving
stage powered by electric motors.
Managing director Sol Taplin
said that the existing Champagne
room, coffee shop, card and game
rooms and television lounge were
so constructed as to allow for the
present expansion project.
The Cfhrteau Is ownW'ond oper-
ated by Taplin and Arthur, Wek
and^Gilbert Courjhon.
ivdti rrein nun
REV. & MRS. B.
SILVERMAN
of the Hebrew Book Store
842 WASHINGTON AVENUE
wishes his four daughters in
Chicago and his two sons in New
York and their families, also
Rabbis and Cantors in Greater
Miami
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New Year
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Fridc
Israeli Sailor in Lone Trip Around World in 28-foot Sloop
An Israeli with a yen for travel
is currently visitin | the Gi
Miami tree. He Is Joseph Havkins.
Latvian born, he i- on*a trip around
the world in a 28-foot sloop called
the Lamerhak II.
Purpose ol the trip i- to bring
the Israeli flai to all the nations of
the globeto make people every-
where aware ol the new and vital
Jewish republic.
Havkins i- travelling alone. <>nt
on the wide seas, be does much
reading "particularly th<
be explains How the 41-year-old,
Unmarried Israeli answered the
call ol the sea i- .< long story In
his own words, be has always ex-
perienced ".i wanderlust
Baek in 1936, be tried to go from
Latvia to wh.it was then Palestine
on a bicycle in ii period ot over
tour months, Havkins made it to
Home but had to return to RJ
A year later, he signed on as an
apprentice aboard the first Jewish 01J,n i,ecin go into the Legion I In. April. 1952. Havkins sailed
school ship, the "Theodor HertL" wont _for ,, months' in 1941 aboard the Lamerhak I for Mar
Under the Latvian flag, the boat s Havkins waa Palestine and took scillcs. thence to (Jihralter and the
activities were sponsored by the part in lhc British action in To start ot his world tour. In Scptcm-
Jewish Yacht Club ol Riga hruk 'Then, he said. Mla Greece, ber, southeast of Spam. Lamerhak
Havkins served seven months my whole coinpain wai e.iptured I was shipwrecked. This meant 13
with the "Theodor Herd." and in '1 escaped, Wtl Ctilghl D) the months in Spam Bat. '! November.
1938 and 1939, he was in Bordeaux, Germans and escaped a second 1953. Lamerhak II left Malaga for
France, where be studied to he a tune. In the Crete campaign, I was Gibralter, Tangier! and Morocco,
radio operator. Shortly thereafter, wounded and discharged from the The following rehruary, Havkins
he signed on a- the onlj Jewish British Armv w;is j the Canary Islands It took
crew member ab.....fj a Panamani- Finally legalized, Havkins join him 812 days to Puerto Rico. His
an Ship engaged in smuggling Jews ed the British Merchant Marine, photographs, on his arrival in the
then the Norwegian and Dutch(islands, ahow Havkins with a fierce
Merchant Marine- In December, black beard recalling the ancient
1943, he came to the U S and later Hebrew Prophets
signed on With the American Nbr U;^nW York ^
chant Marine with which he serv- J(||y ,,)54 lneluM voyaging
lOSlfH HAVKINS and Lamtrhak II
--------^"j7~
JWV Convention Entertainment
Will Include Bout on Natk
Leonard Wallaeh. entertainment hibited fl ,k
committe chairman of the 60th n;,.: ,, Tdl ,hat tut
tion.,1 ronvrntlon of the Jewish uelMr., ^ aWl
wr veterans of the United S',- hZTaun*nl 3
ot America. Wednesday revealed Miami ^TWtt
detail- of the entertainment which npn|, "Wl!
is planned for the national conven and ih-i "lll
tion to Ik- held in Miami Beach vi-e,l W a^"'"!
Oct 24 to 30. A
Ual.ach stressed that this ., will be a J*M
tentative program which is subject and ,|, lm **P
to last minute changes and addi (, v/J^*
t.ons. On Sunday. Oct. 23. there 25, there wml? +
will be an "early bird night" at the the Kif ,,"J*.
DiLido hotel, free to all registered shore foilI0""1"*": i_
delegates. On Monday evening. Oct ning hiLi.TV'J
24. starting 10 p.m. at the Delano ment will hf ,f^i
hotel, there will be a fashion show, tionally teKil^^
Doris Crane Professional Modeling bon fiKht r, ,!lki
Asenrv ill n.HiHnate It is ex- Auditorium Z *? S
pected that highlights in fashions'honor and Jif-5*1
tw ail wear qeewwid win be ex- nation.i convertS"*
Wallaeh said that tkj
Sunshine Rebehab lodge |"**?not >p> been *\\
First meeting of the season of Miami nesch^l1^'
Sunshine Rebek.h Lodge took ,he convemlon Z?*
igmfie
into Palestine
"We had 850 passengers," Hav
kins -.mi "What we wen' supposed
(0 do was to meet another sailing
\e-sei somewhere near Cyprus for
the exchange But the British met
ii- instead We were arrested and
taken to Tel Aviv In one briet in
stant, I went from seaman to cap
tain, beaching the boat mysell
a year later. Havkins faund him-
sell employed m Lebanon, He had
ed until 1950 Two yean later, he
bought Lamerhak II.
Lamerhak I. its antecedent. BUM)
baa .. strange history, according to
the Israeli seaman I! was u-ed to
smuggle .lews trom Denmark to
through a hurricane. A flight to
Israel Via F.I Al"slightly faster
I ban on Lamerhak II." he grins
interrupted my tour. I returned to
the States this spring."
His plans from Miami? The
ed the border illegally and Sweden al the time of the German ,l""~l"> leaman, currently staying
was subsequent^ caught bj the occupation and had been bought **" w CaP^I at the Invitation
1 *......'...................... .......*. h., tZ "SSSTLSSmNi
thing," he grinned "Mj excuse
that I wanted to join the For
kins was m Bremen. Germany, Coast of South America and thence
serving aboard Norwegian ship '" Australia- m time for the Olym-
pic gamei in November. 1956.
From there Indonesia, India.
Mads South Africa, crossing
the Atlantic for a third tint
back home "This," be sobtrl) tur
mises, "should be about 19<>1
Speaking eight languages, he
-pends bis ume, addition to
leading t h e Bible, browsing
100 Club Hears Writer
The 100 Club of Dade County
held it- tir-t tall meeting la-t
at the Algiei hotel with president
Bin /.ion Ginsburg presi bug
Main speaker was Helen Alp rt,
writer publicist recently returned
place last week at 1828 Alton rd fight of maior
The lodge will meet every second others sentaTa
and fouth Tuesday of each month wh VValS" c j*"
commencing with September West Miami Bertw
through June. 1956. it was announc Miami; Buddy IW
ed by Noble Grand Mrs. Ben Teitcl Dies; and Max Capp c,

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Averill Harriman and thi Govei Ben-Gurton and itzhak Ben-Zvi.
BOra ot the 13 original colonies lion Voyage,
A director in the nationv.
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ed director of field operations
of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board's Armed Services
Division. Mr. Greenhut suc-
ceeds Benjamin Sternberg,
who has become head of the
division.
New International City
About to be Unveiled
Miami Beach architect- Robert L.
and Leonard H. Glasser. with man-
ufacturers' representative Sam
Jackowitz. longtime Miamian. will
soon unveil the new International
City Mart, Inc.. occupying the en-
tire second floor of International
City facing the airport.
Embracing 200.000 square feet,
the floor will contain a reception
lobby, showrooms. 130 display
booths and dealers' private offices. '
with one section reserved for La-
tin-American trade.
Special facilities have been set
up for convention space, visual sell-
ing aids with slides, screens and
movie projectors, and storage for
manufacturers' needs in rotating
different weekly exhibits of their
products.
Unusual walls designed by the
Glasser brothers will afford pic-
torial and flexible arrangements
for all displays.
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timber 23, 1955
-Jew l*t) nor/cUarj
*T\
*i
,\\ H. Christmas
slman Elected
[of Dunes Mot"I
K.i hotelman Jack Lie-
* been elected presi-
Punes by the officers
jic. operating company
(k S inn> Isles resort at
,and ITOth st.
each resident for more
Lieberbaum is the
er of the Surfcomber-
Eotels and is associated
| brokerage firm.
,neri> from New York,
erated various buitima
land hotels
\m i I member of Tem-
B'nai B'rith and the
kanization oi America.
t his wife at 1830
oeeanfront hotcl-
i. the 200-room
I Deci tnber.
torn Convention
Did 1 son of Mr.
2121 S\V 24
I this week from
te attend-
I 'ion of Pi
fr. : which
Ifien! for (he ensuing
"i Florida,
dao treasurer of the
I leader-
ty un the Florida cam-
sident of Tau
M debatinj fraternity
I ber <>f the de-
the University of
(lie past thn e yean.
I to Gainesville
complete his Beniot
thiul of Business Ad-
Christmas Enters
Miami Mayor Race
Randall N. Christmas, Miami City
Commissioner, last week qualified
as a candidate for the office of
Mayor.
He had earlier submitted his
resignation from the City Commis
sion effective on election day, as
required by the new election laws.
Under the new laws, candidates
for Mayor will run in Group I for
a two-year term, and candidates for
four-year terms as City Commis-
sioner will run in Groups 2 and 3.
Christmas, a Miami attorney,
said that much of his campaign
would be based upon his record as
a City Commissioner, and his com-
bination of youth and experience.
"In my youth," he said, "lies
the strength and energy to cope
I with all the responsibilities of the
IMayorshipthe meetings, the con-
ferences and the study, as well as
| the added du^es of greeting dis-
tinguished visitors and acting as
host at the many functions.
"As for experience," Christmas
added, "my two years on the Com-
mission have given me an intimate,
first hand knowledge of all the
I workings of the Cityqualifying
i me to take the natural and logical
step from Commissioner to Mayor."
Christmas also announced the
opening of campaign headquarters
at 35 SE 1st ave. in downtown Mi-
ami.
The Commissioner and Mayoral-
ty candidate is a lawyer. He came
to Miami in 1926, and-attended Lit-
tle River Junior High School and
Miami Edison High School. He
graduated from the University of
Miami with the degrees in Business
Administration and Law. He en-
tered the Naval Reserve as a mi
man. second class in 1940, and
emerged after World War II as a
First Lieutenant in the Marine
Corps with 44 combat missions and
the Distinguished Flying Cross He
PAGE 7B
Group to Meet Tuesdays
A Judaea Group for girls ages
14 and up is being formed at Con-
gregation Monticello Park. The
group will meet Tuesday evenings
at 7:30 p.m. in the newly complet-
ed school building, N. E. 163 st.
and N. E. 11 ave.
Lip ton Urges Local
Business to Avoid
Too Big a Boom'
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami and past pres-
ident of the Florida Savings. Build-
ing and Loan League, emphasized
Wednesday a call made this week
by J. Howard Edgerton, president
of the United States Savings and
Loan League, that American bus-
iness adopt policies to avoid "too
big a boom."
Lipton said that "it is particular-
ly important that business in com-
munities such as Miami" heed this
call. A tendency of the nation's
fastest growing cities expand to the
point of vulnerability have set I
pattern all communities have en-
deavored to follow and without pre-
paration for quick readjustments
when and if they should become
necessary."
"It is the responsibility of bus-
inessmen even more than it is that
of the government to avoid a boom
and bust economy. More and more
! financial institutions are coming
into the mortgage loan business. In
an expanding economy, this situa-
tion is not alarming, but when it
is conducted upon a selfish point
of view it can lead to an over-
strained economic system vulner-
able to a business collapse."
Lipton said it was not "my inten-
i tion to dampen the enthusiasm
which has been responsible for the
! magical growth of Miami and its
| surrounding areas. I only empha-
size again the need for caution and
| that businessmen look closely at
the responsibility which is theirs.*'
Trade Group Formed
Inter American Trade Associa-
tion has'been formed by a group of
business men from Washington,
D.C., Miami, Cuba, Honduras and
other Latin American countries,
with the filing of a charter in Mi-
ami, approved by Circuit Judge
Grady L. Crawford. Purpose of the
group is to expand trade between
all countries of the western hemi-
sphere.
Your INSURED SAVINGS here will EARN
is now a Captain and jet flier in the
Marine Corps Reserve.
Chosen Dade County's Young
Man of the Year in 1954, Christmas
is an active member of the Metho-
dist Church, and is on the board
of directors of the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce. He is also
a member of the American Le-
gion. Chamber of Commerce.
Moose, WOW'.. Dade County Bar
Association and the Florida Bar
Association.
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**** ficrkMan
(el in Jewish History as Symbol of Past and Present!
PAGE 9B
Lturies the Shekel has been the gU
Lch held the thread of Jewish history
Ufld firm *,'rst used by lhe ancienl
L standard of weight and value, down
fc centuries it far out-stripped its In-
.ues as the central "coin of one of the
honied monetary systems. It became in-
[Very svmbol of Jewish survival, Jewish
Hon, the instrument through which the
nes hi' -hare ot responsibility for the
[his people.
ajton ol the Shekel is a fascinating one,
&e from that of the people itself.
himself introduced a half-Shekel levy
! jew over 20 to defray the expense of
the tabernacle. This "Shekel of the
Has iin emlHMliment of the traditional
,jri( ,,i equality before the Lord. "The
,-ot give more, and the poor shall not
Ftlian the luilf-Shekel when they make the
ti the Lord." the law admonishes in Ex-
i
evidence of its indelible imprint on
k i- m the six extraordinarily detailed
tndnfi its use recorded in the Fourth
Hoed, in the Second Division of the
[and the Talmud. They strongly resemble
I ited instructions found today on
Internal Revenue Tax forms. And not
.! a tax, but a census device as well,
ekohm were used to count the individual
\.t in the national census, the first his-
Ktempt t" determine the population of a
ith any degree of accuracy.
d Diaspora u-c is recounted in the Books
Nehemiah when the Jews exiled in
continued to assess themselves to help
Second Temple. Later the annual half-
Kessnenl was continued at home and in
support the sanctuary of the nation and
|tt>ral and religious institutions of the
III extraordinary persistence in the minds
rts of the people is revealed after Judea
id to the Roman legions. When the con-
decreed the Shekel proceeds were to go
"imperial Treasury as "Fiscus Judaicus,"
taxed themselves an equivalent amount
to deprive the Yishuv's academies and
he means to preserve the culture of
riation Were it not for this self-imposed
l.^lishnah might never have been written,
people itself perhaps ultimately assimi-
Such was the obligation a people placed
elf to preserve its national spirit and iden-
Uln fThtenWat n0t. ^"^ bUt bindin* Ra-
tion for all who wished to be identified with the
Jewish people.
Thus, in modern times, was it not fitting that
.v ou"! Y0dd Zlonist Con8ress in Basle adopted
the Shekel as the symbol of identification with
the great goal of Zionism? Today more than ever
the Shekel remains symbolic of a united people
firm m its devotion to Israel and increasingly con-
scious of its responsibility to the nation it helped
rise out of the ashes of its own dead. Today that
hallowed Shekel of the First War of the Jews, show-
ing the cup patterned after the vessel used in the
Holy Temple of Solomon, is faithfully reproduced
on one of the first issues of postage stamps of
the new Israel.
The token of affiliation with the World Zionist
Organization, the Shekel buys far more than just
membership in the Zionist Movement. This sym-
bolic Shekel, acquired through the organization of
his choice, gives the individual Jew a voice in the
very future of Israel and his People. For next
year in Jerusalem, the 24th World Zionist Congress
will meet to deal with momentous is.,ucs. How
best can one help the young nation towards eco-
nomic as well as political independence? How
best can one maintain Jewry's legitimate and right-
ful ties with this land of its Fathers? How best
can one preserve the atmosphere of good will and
support that Israel wants and needs throughout
the world? How *est can one preserve for Jewry
and its children a significant and vital Jewish life
outside Israel?
All these fateful questions can best be answered
in the best Zionist traditionthrough democrati-
cally-elected representatives to this, the highest
policy-making body in World Zionism. To this end
a nationwide campaign is now in progress, under
the auspices of the U.S. Central Shekel and Elec-
tion Board, which represents the following national
bodies with a combined enrollment of close to three
quarters of a million Jews: Achdut-Avodah-Poale
Zion. Hadassah, Hapoel Hamizrachi. Hashomer
Hatzair. Mizrachi Organization of America. Poale
Zion. United Zionists Revisionists, Zionist Organ-
ization of America, B'nai Zion. Farband-Labor Zi-
onist Order, Hapoel Hamizrachi Women, Mizrachi
Women, Pioneer Women.
The Board, with headquarters at 342 Madison
ave.,New York, is headed by Charles Ress, of Mt.
Vernon, N.Y., chairman. Other officers include
Jullient Benjamin, Jacob Katzman, Rabbi Henry H.
Rubins, David Epstein and Claire J. Okonowitz.
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Phone 83-9832
117 N.W. 42nd Avenue (LeJeune Rd.)
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H
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Electrical Contractor
Phone 80-2087
360 W. 50th STREET
HIALEAH
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Industrial Equipment and Supplies
Corf Johnson
3030 N.W. 8th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 65-2523
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A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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rJewlslinorkMairi
Friday,
TO ALL GREETINGS
Louis E. Miller Plumbing Company
--------------------m mvUISION AGAINST HIS f AMR
271 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gables
Phone HI 6-1414
Son of Nazi Producer Writes Play Extolling Ghetto
Holiday Greetings To All
Firestone Stores
1200 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Phone 3-6431
FRANKFURT iJTAVThomas ( hnstoph Harlan,
25-ytar-oM son of the notorious Nazi lilm producir,
Veil Harlan, has written a stac play. Bluma from
Warsaw." thai extols the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Yonfi Harlan, who in revulsion ajaJBat his fath-
ers unrepentant attitude has become extremely pro
Jewish, declarer! that he was stirred to his dramatic
effort when he encountered, on a visit to Israel two
rears ago, 140 kibbutz members who survived the
Warsaw ghetto revolt.
Veil Harlan. the Nazis' favorite movie maker, was
director and producer of "Jew Sue.ss, the anti-
Semitic film ordered by Nazi Propaganda Minister
Goebbola to acll the concept that Jews have always
been innately criminal and
measure of self-defcn-e t n*. thoj
at the time when the depSTfH"3P
to the ,.s chambers of PoiX*tSl
Sues* was to have smothered 1 ^^1
man compunctions about the dww!? *
the vast butchering operates S^
After the war. Hanans comeb^<
center of controversy, with clash* ln Z
furt. Freiburg and other p,aces **
democrats, notably students, and h*
th.zers. For the past two or three ytuT*
films have been shown everywhere
toward incident.
SMJOr J G R l t T I N G S
Coral Gift Shop
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2231 S.W. 67th AVENUE PHONE MO 19438
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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BURNS and JAEGER, Inc.
Electrical Contractors
Wm. t. Jaeger Harry Burns
3Z51 N.W. 7Sth STREET pHONE 64-336?
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327 N.W. 54th STREET
Check for S800 is presented bv Al Capp.
chaiiman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion fund raisinq drive for B'nai B'rith Philan-
thropies, to Sidney Efronson, chairman of
the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith youth com-
mittee. Observing the ceremony are Judge
Milton A. Friedman, national BBYO i
ioner; Louis Goldfinger. Florida BBG |
dent; Henry Schmerer. Greater Miami I
Council president; and George Leicoe, |
trict AZA president. Not shown ~
Rubin, co-chairman for the event
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8ptember 23, 1955
-Jenlst, ntridttam
tfion Officials Stress Need for Cash in Current Crisis
PAGE 11B
em
need for cash to meet,
,, ,,i local agencies
bv the Greater Miami
Meration was disclosed
briers i Federation We*
I ids of persons who
ients ol a variety
b through Mt. Sinai Hos-
fBureau of Jewish EHuea-
ICenters and th Jewish
Lvice are depending on
br allotments t<> these In-
t winch are made possible
Seemed pledges made in
(,t Combined Jewish Ap-
Stanley C. Meyers, Fed
nt.
the all-embracing fund
[in this community which
Emm agencies, u well
jilfa Home for the Aged
.National Council of Jew-
tn, on the local scene, he
A major portion of the
ked here go to the United
Appeal which has. for 17
Led relief, resettlement
Jbilitation work in Israel,
lie East and Europe.
nrd sum of $1,250,000 has
lerously poured into the
j in 1955." said campaign
Sam J. Heiman Wednes-
Imentinu on the urgency
lualion. However, a great
[of pledges made whole-
dunng the campaign
yet been redeemed."
I Phillip- irc:i-urer of the
iMianu Jewish Federation,
appointed overall chair
[a county wide collection ,
| be launched immediately
holidays According to
he area's businessmen and
ders who serve on Federa-
ard of governors and ex-
Icommiltee will be called
(spearhead the emergency
other Federation offi-
i statement concerning the
need tor cash, Myers
State ol Nrael today faces,
Year with a multitude of
|land problems. At this mo
lights bitterly to achieve
independence as she once
|o secure statehood, in a
hat is far from won. It
disastrous If we who
ed and encouraged the new
ould hesitate in our sup-
i ;
port at this decisive time.
"To protect the-, newcomers who
have flocked to the shelter of its
shores. Israel has found it neces-
sary all summer to spend valuable
dollars to import food to 250,000
immigrants. Every effort has been
made to build more housing,
more settlements, more facilities
but the construction could not pro
ceed faster than the funds arrived.
"The blunt truth is the funds
have not been arriving fast enough
245.00 of Israel's recent immi-
grants are still living in canvas
tents and huts as the rainy season
approaches. The truth is that help
is needed nowand the form of
that help must be cash through
the United Jewish Appeal.
"We have accomplished much in
the past year. Our funds have car-
ried Israel's war against shortages
and homelessness to many vic-
tories. But there is so much still
to be done."
It was further emphasized by
Federation officials that payments
to the national agencies are con-
ditioned by the amount of money
I available in cash and that, to date.
Federation has made only partial
payments to most of the national
organizations which have requested
funds to send to Israel.
Other important national groups
j indicating they face a dangerous
year-end fiscal situation include
' Pioneer Women, the Joint Defense
'Appeal, which supports the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, and Anti-
j Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
I the American Jewish Congress and
many others.
A total of $409,790 has been al-
1 located to the seven Greater Miami
Health, welfare and educational
agencies in the recent drive. Fol-
| lowing is a breakdown of these al-
j locations: Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, $50,900; Jewish Home for
the Aged, $55,500; Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, $119,-
000; Jewish Family Service. $41.-
000; Mt. Sinai Hospital. $140,000;
National Council of Jewish Women,
$2,390; and Baron de Hirsch Loan
Fund. $1,000.
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Beautiful Cut Flowers
ICtrsages at Low Prices
K0F7C GARDENS, INC
D FtOWEffS BY WIKE
WORLDWIDE
Phone 65-4516
TO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Roy F. Woodruff
Your Hialeah Councilman
73 EAST 2nd STREET HIALEAH. FLORIDA
tier Health Visit iho
ni Health Institute
I Diagnosis and X-Ray
rf1 Therapy Body
fditioning Colonic
rWms- Cabinets and
Massage
1 Biscayne Boulerard
I pH0NE PL 7-7896
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
THE WILLIAM J. BURNS
INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, INC.
-compute defective savict"
Dial 82-3934
Chamber of Commerce Building
GREETINGS
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP MOTOR CO.
TO OUR MANY PATRONS. FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES NEW YEAR GREETINGS
IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY
KENDALL. FLORIDA
IEEDS FERTILIZER FARM EQUIPMENT LAWN MOWERS
Phone M0 1-5600
MILWAUKEE BEVERAGES, INC.
BLATZ"

"Milwaukee's Finest Beer"
1344 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 65-1351
>
Greetings
CARLOS VILLA
"Real Estate in all its Branches"
1744 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 9-7657
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP.
Contractor Equipment
Woodworking and Metal working Machinery
316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
PHONE 9-0647
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS BANK
"A Fritndly Bonk"
(Member of F.D.I.C.)
101 HIALEAH DRIVE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
Telephone 88-8431
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TO ALL
JACK HERMAN
Qt PRODUCE
COMPANY
(N-W-13thAven.
pkone 2-5197
HOLIDAY CRUTINGS
WHEELER-WALKER, INC.
Photostats Blue Prints Block and Whit* Photo Morols
Prompt Pickup and Delntry
4119 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 89-4675
GREETINGS
MILONE
PLASTERING COMPANY
7150 N. W. 3rd Avenue
PHONE 84-7041
1
MERCURY LITHOGRAPHING CO.
545 N. W. 5th Street Miami. Florida
Telephone 82-6567
EXPERTS. IN MULTICOLOR OFFSET
SEASON'S GREETINGS
minna lee importers, inc.
7343 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach UN 6-2419
252 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables 83-4264


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BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
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PHONE 9-1442 laboratory on the Premises
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Daily 9:00 5:30 Sot. till 3:00 Monday Eve till 8:00
66 N.E. 2nd STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
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713 71st STREET PHONE UN 5 2121
GREETINGS...
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display Materials for Every Need Windows, Interiors, Booths
Desian and Execution Rentals
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To Ail ... A Most Happy New Year
TED FiSH CORPORATION
404 N.VV. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
MIAMI
Jewish Educators
Issue 'Roll Call'
National Roll Call 'Irsinncd to
mod the mountine needs of Jew
Mi education in this eonntry has
been launched by the American
Association for Jewish Education,
it was announced this week by
Philip W I-own, f Weat'Hewton.
Mass president of the Association.
Reacbtni out into communities
from coast to coast, the National
Roll ('.ill will alert local leadership
to w- ipccifJc responsibilities m
the area of Jewian communal work
and will enlist popular support for
the Intensification program of the
Association.
Top priority in this program.
Lown pointed out, attaches to an
all-out effort to cope with the prob-
lem of teachers' shortage that has
developed in recent years.
Spearheading, the National Roll
c.iii nf the American Association
lor Jewish Education is one of its
vice presidenta, Joseph A. Sapo-
witch, of Buffalo. NY. where in
the initial phase of the campaign
200 cittern from all walks of
life m the Jewish community added
their names to the membershii
ol the Association,
m men ting on 'he motivations
for and the objectives <<( this Na-
tional Roll < all, Sapowitch de-
clared
I feel cull dent that the Na-
tional Roll Coll will prove to be
not only an effective instrument
lor the implementation of the As-
tion's Intensification Program
and public service for the en-
tire Jewish community, hit will
ultimately contribute in a great
measure to the development in
scope and depth of Jewish li\ing
in America "
Joseph A. So,-switch
Gy,
N THE'
Ed'^Tbi^3
, J Wish 'o hWfc.
St3sl
ay?*'
,aine<. and (iyj
or this reasorUI
'cation is a ^
your organization?
Jewry.
JUDGE VALTs4
Juvenile and D*
"ourt. DadeQut
TREES "fpR iSRAlT
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
GEORGE PFAFFENDORF
3900 N.W. 37th AVENUE
HIALEAH
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY Nlv* ilaH
FLOYD KFMP
Bridge Champion Slated
To Teach at U of M
I'niversity of Miami's evening di-
vision will sponsor a series of non-
degree courses for adults this fall
at Koubek (enter. 27th ave. and
SYV 3rd st.. which will include be-
ginning, intermediate and advanc-
ed courses in contract bridge.
Sam Katz, former world's con-
tract bridge champion and instruc-
tor in bridge at the UM evening
division for two years, will teach
I the courses
Each class will meet once a week
11:30 to 9:30 p.m.
36 W. 13th STREET
HIALEAH
A tree is planted at Camp B'nai B'rith, Starlight 1
Louis L. Perlman. president of B'nai B'rith Womavl
bolize B'nai B'rith support of the B'nai B'rith secbt]
Great Martyrs Forest in Israel. The B'nai B'rith i
committee voted $500 for trees to be planted in 1
of B'nai B'rith Women. Participatinq in the
them were members of the Aleph Zadik Aleph. fri
youth group. Members of the Administrative
shown here are (left to right) Philip M. Klutznick,
dent of B'nai B'rith; Sidney G. Kusworm. Dayton. I
Perlman; Frank Goldman. Lowell. Mass.; Mrs. ArthsJ
man, Chicago; David H. White. Houston. Tex.; Amor]
Los Angeles, Calif.; Benjamin I. Morris. Chicago;,
Glovsky. Beverly, Mass.; Dr. Maurice Goldberg, Wa
D.C.; Maurice Bisgyer, Washington, D.C.; and L WJ
Columbus, O.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
"JACK" L. HANSON
HOLIDAY GKEETINGS
MR. and MRS.
W0LFIE COHEN
and Family
275 W. 63rd STREET
HIALEAH
GREETINGS
TONY'S BARBER SHOP
Hiolooh'i Mast Modern
"Ak Conditioned"
frmncis A. Benedetto
2100 PAIM AVENUE
HIALEAM
GinniM
MIAMI CONSHW
fit. Ml
1900 BISCAYNE IIYI.
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Dr. Berths Ftiff, I
JtM IBM, li*H
Clones in He**, "*'
Gwitor, Accordiee, *l "|
meats, Theory, MIA
Modern Doncmf
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
"Jim" Hosea Smith
Your Hialeah Councilman
590 E. 12th STREET
HIALEAH
m wishes rttom Aatfn
TO ALL Of YOU
RAY-MAR ELECTRIC CO.
3043 S.W. 30th COUIT
GREETINGS
DIXIE TELEVISION
SERVICE
Guoronteed Dependable SorWco
and Honest Prices"
SAIES and SERVKE
Aothoriitd RCA Doctor
H355 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 116 6340
J. Donahay, Owoer
PHONE HI 4-4414
HOtlOAr GRUTINGS
MISS NICHOU'S
DAY CARE CENTER
PRESCH001 aid KINDERGARTEN
P**> U* Days
4:30 O... to 6:30 p.m.
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Pho 45-443S
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o Per. OH" *
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toor Soth m*ml Caesc
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ItiYI TEAt
M. Glenn Ti
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ber 23, 1955
-Jmlstrhrkilar)
PAGE 13 B
-eHJ

|q for the annual installation dinner
Bf the Men's Club of Temple Beth
are (left to right, standing) Albert
in, president; Maury S. Olinick,
bairman; Philip Schlissel, chairman
of publicity; Benjamin B. Goldstein, reser-
vations chairman. Seated is. Dr. Meyer
Eggnatz, chairman of the function which
will take place at the Saxony hotel on
Sunday, Oct. 23.
General Named by Marines
cKTho appointment
Dew to thr rank of Gen-
ii S Marine Corps Re-
en approved by the
| the I nit< I S'atcs. ac-
[wonl received by the
Ui-h Welfare Board
|C Commandant Gen.
gheperd. Jr.
general is Melvin L.
New York attorney,
ved in the ( irps since
I. Gen. Krulewitch is
officer id Division
0-2. with headquarters
HSS Prairii State. New
Hewitch i- chairman of
I York Cit> Cduncil. One
r- living Marines who
i in Belleau Wood dur-
iVur I and on Iwo Jima
far II. C< n Krulewitch
P'teur i>! active duty in
Bg the action there. He
iBrorue St : Modal for
heroic achievement, the Bronze
Star Medal for meritorious achieve-
ment, the Croix de Guerre Fourra
gere. Purple Heart with Oak Leaf
Cluster, Presidential Unit Citation,
Navy Unit Citation, Secretary ot
the Navy Commendation Ribbon
and seven battle stars.
Photography Exhibit
Showing on Beach
Sam Hirsch School of Drama and
Allied Arts opens a two-week ex-
hibit of photographs by the Pho-
tographic Society of Miami at the
studio, 315 West 47th st.. Miami
Beach, Thursday. The public is in-
vited to attend the show through
Oct. 6.
Photographic Society of Miami
was organized eight months ago.
Officers of the Society are Abe
Schonfeld. president; Dr. Lewis
Julien, vice president; Hy Hatkow-
ski. secretary; and E. Allen Becker,
sponsor.
UM Adult Division
Offers Courses
In Accounting
The widely expanded adult ftdu-
I cation program of the Evening Di-
vision, University of Miami, will in-
clude 25 classes in accounting this
fall.
Students seeking a Bachelor of
Business Administration degree
with a major in accounting can
complete all requirements through
evening study. Adults not seeking
| degrees may register as adult stu-
dents for any of the courses avail-
able in this field.
A six-week concentrated review
.for prospective' RCA's will be
I among the courses offered. Other
courses are Fundamentals, Intro-
ductory Principles. Intermediate
Principles, Introductory Cost Ac-
counting.
Advanced Theory. Municipal and
| Government Accounting, IBM Ac-
counting. Auditing.
ro ALL GREETINGS
tioldcn IIulc .Service? Station
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"Where the Best Cost Lest"
301 S.W. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-9253
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from the Foremost Photographers of the South
* rM*V
252 EAST FLAGLER STREET in the Roper Building PHONE 3-8617
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
William H. Lockward
^our Hialeah Councilman
290 W. 50th STREET HIALEAH. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
Circle Realty
Commercial Residential Acreage
60 Certits Parkway, Miami Springs, Flo.-on the Circle
Phone 88-6446 Residence 88-7766
S. D. "Vcss" Cisco, Registered Broker
lUDY ADLER
|34 Alton Read
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NEW YEAR
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JUFFE AUCTION OUTLET
931 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 9-8373HI 8^6757
A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIE\DS AND PATRONS
Hand Miox
Elvnutu Salon
AIR-CONDITIONED
1273 S.W. 22nd STREET
MIAMI
Phone 3-0520
Rose Muller, Owner
GREETINGS
LeJEUNE SERVICE & REPAIRS
You Break 'Em We fix 'tm
Expert Mechanics
1790 N.W. 42nd AVENUE
Phone 64-5641
TO ALL : '
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Schnupp Manufacturing Co.
617 N.W. 6th AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 9-1845
JO ALL .
A MOST HAPPY NtW TEAR
MRS. AIDA S. GREEN
61 E. 2nd STREET
HIALEAH
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Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work
Rear of Aviation Building
3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 64-6362
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King's
Shoe Rebuilders
We Rtmodel &' Rebuild Shoes
Dry Cleaning & Laundry
"The> Best tm the- Beach"
1679 ALTON.ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Phone JE I 9487
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+Jelslin GLOBAL SHORTS weTSs 0ef n. victim*
British State School Reveals
Course in Modern Hebrew
LONDON (JTA) Instruction in
modem Hebrew 1- being offered in
u state school hew for the first
time at the new Stoke NewlngtOll
district school. Stoke Newington
London district with a large
Jewish population.
deis University, Jewish sponsored
non-sectarian college here trie
universit) has buill three chapels
one Mch for Jewish, Protestanl and
Catholic students After conse< raj
ing the building and namin
Bethlehem. Archbishop Cushing
lauded Brandeis, insisting thai it
"deserves the praise <>t all men of
good will" lor making religious in
struction and devotions available
to all students
Jews in Germany Seek
Reunion of Divided Families
n; wkFi RT (JTA The
Swedes Entertain Israel
Knesset Delegation Warmly
STOCKHOLM CJTAl 1-;
set delegation to the Parlia-
ment here was entertained last
.-nil ;>t a dinner given by the
ish Parliament. The Israelis tral Welfi n \ en w '"
welci in.mi bj Johannes Nils Gern i I entered u I
Speakei ol the Upp< r H i
ivon. leader ol the Israel '''' "} ""'
expressed I

nuch i" learn froi
l
ship must be
.-

BONN (JTA W Germanj
mdertaken to preserve the me
mortal*, monuments and i
.,-.. hallowed to the memoi
,,.,,!, victims ol N*ttam, Jews
,,,! non-Jews who died in Ger-
many during the war A Franco-
German agreement now entering
into force lists by name 54 sucn
teries, eleven monument
including the one at Belsen and
(WO memorials, the crematoria in
,,nier eoiirentration eamps of
Plossenbuerg and of Dachau.
Miami Art League Exhibits at
fm the first time in it.s htftecy,
the Miami Art Uague will exhibit
at the I.owe (.allery. Univenit] ol
Miami. Paintings by memlM-r- ,,r.
on display Sept. 15 throunh Oet 2
The show is beinji planned in
commemoration of the League's
25th anniversary this fell, accord
Friday,
M Gallery
'" to Mrs pr,rv
now has 150 *
-mnal ln
"'" norid ***,!
'S ,h" 0ld |J
'MX' "i this 1^

n the fie
Einstein Medical School Opens
Sessions in New York City
' IV ; \ : he Uberl
i i
opened hen
' Dr M ;' I.
II...
: p C'it) ol V
'''. Hui
n ol !.! nd studenb
ui

Hungarian Leader Wins Libel
Suit Against Newspaper
\! w VORK JTA
me time Hu wish
community
Israel Defies Egypt Ban;
Will Send Ships Through Gulf
L'SAl M 1TA Israel has

tl e Strail ol Tiran
to the (lull
i rt oi
which was

i I b) .i d p omatn
11 Eli Dr. Fa
that I
him in two
i ii en bei I -: I
..... : him
as .i "traitor to .'( i
npn i
served as i for* mai ol forced la-
isoner
Religious Moslems Appeal
Jews in Government
11 fJlS IT \ N
, ; their
I which include J< h
I here
en in.
Ilv -
that he point

i een a tradition
h id con
, ,. Ministi Jewish
n
UN Information Center
Information Cen-
ter i- now open at 710 "l-t si .
Mk.ii to an an-
i Kri Louis Bider-
ii \ Rubin con ha 11
hip ol the Mi
'i Division ol the United
- Association oi I ireatei Mi-
ami, the tenter will remain open
through Oci 25, the co-chairmen
revealed
U.S. Government Grants
Funds to ORT for Israel
\i u yoRK n \ The h
mal ooperal i \dmmi-tra
,-.i to lion hi i d to allo I 000
thi rrow
: way to vessels wh
. i lim i" the Amerii an OR! Fedei ation
tablishmi
i hool program
pass 72 hours in among immigrant \miih in 1st
Israel said it was deter- Am
protect I men! was made bj Dr
exercisi of its right ol free William Haber, American < I < "l
through this inti n presidi nt.
nel at whatever tinv
r method it saw
bi
Britain Challenges Egypt
State Department Reportedly 0rder Closing Gulf of Aqaba
Favors Em.grat.on of Jews I(,N|HlN ,lx ^ ^
I
VSrTINGTON JTA The
Si te Department ha<. expr.....id
i ally favorable view and with-
in a certain -cope, willingness to
ider, a proposal by chairman
Francis E Walter of the House Ini
migration Subcommittee for Amer
challenged Egypt attempt
i" control the movement ol ships
in the Gulf ol Aqaba on the south-
ern approaches to Israel The Bril
i-h Foreign Office said the Gulf is
an international Waterwaj open to
shipping Oi all nations The fact
ican support ol the movement of'that entrance to it is within the1
North African .lews to Israel territorial water- (.i Egypt onlj en-
t h rough the Intergovernmental titles Egypt to enforce customs and
Committee tor European Migra-1public health rules, the staten
tion This was made known here said The statement was prompted
the Department in a letter re- l>> a new Egyptian order compel
plying to a communication sent bj
Rep Walter earlier this month to
Si etary Of State Dulles
ling all ships to give 72 hour- m>
tice before entering the Gull
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laakiai by Mail
Leders ol Credit
Salety Deposit Boies
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937 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Six Persons to Go on Trial
In Holland for Kidnapping
THE RAGUI (JTA)Six person.
arrested for the kidnapping of An-
nette Beekman. 14-year-old Jewish
war orphan spirited away after a
Dutch court had ordered her re-
turned to the Jewish community,
will go on trial hefore an Amster-
dam court Sept. 23, it was learned
here. The girl, taken from Holland
to a Belgian convent and then re-
moved JtUt as polu-c eame to re-
cover her. has still not been found
The defendants include the Catho-
lic foster mother, who had the
child baptized.
DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
OF BROOKLYN, NY.
Archbishop Cushing Dedicates
Catholic Chapel at Brandeis
WALTHAM. Mass. (JTA>Arch-
bishop Richard J. Cushing of Bos-
ton dedicated a Catholic chapel last
weekend on the campus of Bran-
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM
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/A I ION OP AMERICA
, ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OP AMERICA
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LEGAL N0TIC1
rcE UNDER FICTITIOUS
PCENAME LAW
Vee/rcf. n^rM^*h%m
IK IS HKHKRY
GIVEN that
,.' lletllioUS ll- "' "f
"^HY-TIIK-HliA. Si IMS
intend; to
.. name with "> 1"k "f
P" court Dad. counts,
iNvrsTMi:VT companT
lor Applicants
i-i"-"
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E |S HEREBY OIVEN that
Mgiied, desiring I" ngagc In
u(l,i tli'' fictitious name of
lOSEIlLl), al 1722 W. Flagler
_,,,,,,]. ,. ri :'i-Iit said name
Clerk "i the 'in ult Court of
untv, Floi Ida,
r NATALIE LAIEER
1-30
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
r, is HEREBY GIVEN tli.it
reigned, desiring to engage In
undn the fictitious name of
I'NPKlKS. HI 2620 N W. 27th
Intenda i" register said name
Clerk of the I'lrcult Court of
u|. Florida.
CARMINE J. DESIDERIO
_ for Applicant
"Flagler St.
I 10/7-H
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 15 B
IMlIM<-* IIIIIMT mi' IICIIUOIIS IUM ,
HQUIT \Cl.l-: MORTGAGE; BOI'ITA
BLE MORTOAGE .> INVEWTMENTN
EMIGU, at ill's DaPonl Building ln-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi.- undei slnn..rl, desiring t,,
bualness undei the n- t i11.. ,u,
EQUITABLE "
I
E
tends to registei aald names'with the
Clerk of the circuit Court ,,f d;i,|,.
County, Florida,
M1TCHBL KRAMER
MONROE DIXON
Attornos foi Appllcanl
I ,'.....oral Wav
9/23-0 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,!
BEACOM BAR, at :. Bearoni Blvd.,
Miami, Intends to register said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County. Florida.
CHRISTIAN REICHERT
Sole owner
KKSSI.KIt \- QARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17R2 W. Flagler St.
: L'.!-30 10/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v........ NAME LAW
N"M. i: is HRRKBY OIVEN that
'' """"' Urned, desiring ,. K,1K "',
II'nrr,.'"; v'x.v!'" ""ou name of
' I i hi: OYMNAHICM. ,,t 1219 ti,
St., Miami Beach ntenos to register
said nam, with the Clerk of ,.
u.t o,t 0f Had, ,,,,, Hortda
Do.v\u, w NELSON
Tm.oiM.H,, rv,';.";
Will,":: iV',1""""
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
fR is HEREBY <;i\'KX thnt
reigned, 'I' llring to engage In
umlrr the fictitious name of
iNM PALS, at 28W Collins
itemls '" register said name
i Clerk of the circuit Court of
untv, no i I i
KSTKI I.K TRAISTKR
KKltoNS1 >N
for Appllcanl
mi iiMc
p. ;-n
N-OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTICR IS HRRKBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN I.AMI- COMPANY at
37.VI N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida,
intend, to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
EDWARD N CAVERT
HILDUR L. CAVERT
HARVEY U. KLEIN
701 liist-ayne Building
Attorneys for Edward N. Cavert
and Hlldur L Cavert
9/23-30 10/7-14
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
40 FOR DADE COUNTY,
BA. IN PROBATE. No 38233 A
JESTATK lE
leu TRAC VNN'l '. Deceased
JOTICE TO CREDITORS
iditorsand All Persona Hav- -9/23-30 10/7-14
v tgalnst Said
land i. are ho.-.-l.v
.in i required to present an\
ami demands which you, or
of you, hav< against .the
cf RNKIt'H TRACANNO, da-
late -I M u lleach. Dade
Florida, io tin. Honorable
l'.ill. County, and
in their office in the
otirthnuKp in Dade County,
ill nilar months
the flrsl publication
Bsl demands to
ftst legal address of the claim-
b and presented
iR o rill in- i,mi red
fctta ISO f tin- its] Probate
vtenihcr I.'.th. AD 1935.
lr.i.vv.'.i .t: tk vc in NO,
BxerufrlN of l.ust Will and
lament of
PSVRICU TRACANNO,
I N-, .a.-ed.
|B8 0ERTLER
f"i Km. utii\
1" T-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRKBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TANR08H SI PI'DY COMPANY. it
1075 N.W. 71st Street, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dadc County,
Florida.
aBORQE ROSEN FIELD
SIDNEY EPRONBON
Attorney for Applicant
Bhorctend Hidg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
tii^V.nT'V* P,?R!5BY OIVEN thai
lie undo!,! Hearing to engage ill
vV l[ :NTIN(: service
vi. nth Btreet, Intends to register
"' me with the Clerk of the ci,
" Court of Dade County, Elorida
MORTON U.11^S ......ES
V,'",',','"V f(" Ai'i'ii'^t
NJ Blacayns Muildlng
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. pi
JEAN HARPER, IMPORTS, al mi
I.in,,In lload. Miami lleach, Kla., In-
'' nde io .,|,| name with the
f lerk of the Clri uit Court of I lade
County, i-'iorid.i.
JEAN HARPER, INC.
Bj MARILYN BURKE, Prea
BOLDMAN <;i)l,DSTi;iN
Attorneys for Registrant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIKRKHY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
v !R.2nier,h' "'-'Hious name or
. EVI?.A.- nt naUe-Common-
wealth Building, Intends to reglater
sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Counts. Florida
DAVID DR,?KXERIAN ^'^ """
jz&KJrXa,han r>*v',,
ITICE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
A. IN PROBATE. No. 3294-A
E8TATE HI"
OdLLIER, I'., ,-,,|
1 .i!i,i All r. i sons li,o
1 Demands Against said
in,I .. h ,.f ,,,, ..,,-,. hereby
3,1,1 '!' red t,. presenl am
and di hlcb you, or
W >", maj have against the
_DAN \ n iLLIER, d., eased
Him 11 ion County, Ohio, to the
P"' Count> Judges of Dade
l-i'i fil< th- same In their of-
tse IN inn Court house In
Klorldn. within elghl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36171. B
In Re: ESTATE oh
ISABEL Sol.AH, formerly known
as ISAI1K1. H KATZ and
IRABELLE KATZ, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona II.iv-
uig claims or Demandi Against Bald
Estate:
Von. and each of jrou are hi
notified and required to presenl .my
Claims and demands which Sou. or
either of vou. may have against the
titate of IK ABEL H. f-.i.AK. formerly
nown as ISABEL B, KATZ and ISA-
BELLE KATZ. deceased late of Dade
County, Klorlda, lo the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to con-
tain the legal address of the claimant
and lo be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee
Section 733.is of the i4". Probate Ai I
Date September l!'th, AD. 1M
JOSEPH w SOLAR
As Administrator of the
Estate <>f
IRABELLE B. SOI^R,
formerly known as
ISABEL II. KATZ and
IRABELLE KATZ. Decea
SHAPIRO AND KRIED
Ii> HERBERT R SHAPIRO
Attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
120 Lincoln Koad. Miami Beach, 1 la.
i/n-u io 7-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTBCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
n'JSSSf undpr ,h*' Bctitlous name of
AIH s BAR, at 4:n s.W. IJnd Ave
intends to register said name with tire
lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
^*.o_ JULIL'S J. CHAONUT
KES8LER A CARS
Attorneys, for Applicant
I7M W. Flagler St.
K/26 9/2-9-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181,918
. JACK QREENSPOON and
,""""l,y ......he date ..f ti,,. HARRIET QREENSPOON. his a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1827J3
CHARLOTTE IRIS iUMS. Plaintiff,
ROBERT GEORUE BCNIS,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT OEORQE MINIS
c/o Iris Drug Company,
Jewelry Department
Kalmouth. Massachusetts
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are required
BTVe i copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, NORMAN II
GOLDSTEIN, 1 Lincoln Road Build-
ing, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 3rd day of October.
1955. If you fall to do so, judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH ELOKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of August, A.D.
1955.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
'Ink. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By R. H. RUE. JR.
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
/s-t>i-n
wicatlon hi reol Said claim-,
'"'N ;> lain the legal ad-
ind lo be sworn
"V"1 Id, o: SB.....
Hi I..I
,,',:''" ;' in A D. I95B.
LEON \ EPSTEIN
K V I ii tdmlnlstratot
|; j a oi Mi. Estate of
'AN K M'l.XN
Km II.i.%
or C.T A
I" T-II
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Eli? HE,Rtt?v OrVBN that
ragned, ileslring to engagi In
JMer lb., fictitious name ...
"1. ILLCSTRATIONJL at
_jBuilding. Miami, hloriria,
l name with the
PfcrMa >'""" "' D*dl
PILBERT it SIEBELI8T
feur?. ""'" :""'
r SCHtiCLTZ
J '!' owner
Pa,s
H
:E nIr, f|ctitious
NAME LAW
ELL8 HEREBY OIVEN that

g to engage In
LKrta: etfi
'oi iTiv ,." u,lus name of
>rii2. ;'- Miami, Florida.
! name with the
H fourl of IJ.de
w!iiVVA.Mr,n, ""':"M
SANi : l! "ECTStMI
tLKN,.oCATTRIMBUI
II, llori.la
^Ofc.
OVJST BROS k> |
1} the flfsr. '
Plaintiffs,
ROBERT M WILSON, et als,
i defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ItoltER'l' M. WILSON, a single
man, and. If married,
WILSON, his wife, secreting
himself within the State of Elor-
ida from service of process, last
known residence and address
7.136 S.W. I'lsl Street. Miami.
Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been brought against
you to foreclose a mortgage held by
the Plaintiffs on the following de-
scribed properly:
lt IS) Klnek "II", of CORAL
TERRACE, a subdivision of part
of the S', of the SU of bfectlon 2,
Township 54 South. Range 40 East,
as i>er the recorded Plat thereof.
recorded In Plat Hook 14. at page
57, of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida; together with the
improvements thereon situate.
In which you claim a" Interest, and
you are required to serve a cop} of
your answer or other pleadings upon
HENRY M. CAIN. Attorney f"i
Plaintiffs. 25!0 West Flagler Bl
Miami. Florida, on or before the mth
day of October. 1H5.'>. and file the
original ft same with the Clerk of
ii cult Court on or before such
date, otherwise the suit will be t.iken
.is confessed by you.
DATED al Miami. Dade County,
Florida this 7th day of September,
1955.
K. H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By M. C GREEN.
Deputy Clerk
9/9-U-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35624- B
In Re: ESTATE OF
OSCAR DI'.LFIN, also known as
BHAYA DELF1N, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bsld
Estate:
Vmi. and each of you are hereby
notified and rnfuired to present any
claims and demands which you. OJ
either of you, may have BgaiDSl the
estate of OSCAR DELF1N, a/k/a
SHAYA OELPfN, deceased late of
Dade County, Florida', to the Honor-
.,1,1. County .ludges of Dade County.
snd file the same In then- offices in
ilie Count) Courthouse In Dade coun-
i\ Florida, within eight calendar
months from th.- date of the first
publication hereof, said claims or
d-mands to contain the legal address
,,f the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or Same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 Of
the i!ic Probate Act,
Date August 1, A.D. 1W.
HERBERT S. SHAPIRO
ROBERT I. ACHOR
As Administrators of the
Estate of 08CAR DELFIN
gj/k/a SHAYA DELFIN
i.....ssed,
SHAPIRO and FBIED
Attorneys for Administrators
450 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.
9/11-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictRIOUl name of
HOME FURNITCRE WAREHOUKE,
it tit N U Nth Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register SSld name with
the ( lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
rtr. ANN'': BTBR, Sole Owner
DAVID DRCCKER
Attorney fr Anne Hyer
701 Congress Building. Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-suing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI-FLORIDA F'ASHION COUN-
CIL, at HI N.E 3rd Avenue. Miami,
Fla Intends to register wild name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
Miami FASHION COUNCIL
A Florida non-profit Corp.
SHAPIRO & FRlBU
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
9/L'-!<-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREI1Y GIVEN thai
the mid. i signed, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FILM ART. at 1126 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
TELEVISION FILM-ART SERVICE.
INC., a Florida corporation,
Sole Owner
I'AI.I.OT. SILVER \- MILLOV
101 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Television Film-Art
Bel vice. Inc.
9/16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
STAR COATED FABRICS COM-
PANY, at :' N.W. tth 8t, Intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
WALTER SCHAFTER
I 16-23-SO
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CAPITOL DISTRIRFTORS. LTD.. at
li.".7 N.W. Mnd Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerfi of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WINE CORP. OF* FLORIDA,
a Florida corporation,
sole owner
ARONOVITS, ARONOV1TZ
; CAIDIN
Attorneys for Wine Corp. of Florida
472--16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAMS TEXACO SERVICE STA-
TION, at ."'111 Alton Road. Miami
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Cofhty. Florida.
sa.m LOOCNOW, Sob- Owner
DAVID M GONSHAK
Attorney for Applicant
7114 BTsca) ue lildg.
9,J-s-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Fictitious natne ,,f
.ART MAYER photo STUDIOS, al
tit :fluh Sn.et. Miami Beach, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ART NAVER, Sole Owner
DAVID M. Ci INSHAE
Attorney for Applicant
704 Bisvavne Bldg.
9/2-9-16-23_________________________________,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In,
business under the flctitUs.name of
IN'DFSTRIAL PHI Cllol/OGK AL
SERVICES OF THE SOUTH, at 31S0
Coral Way, intend to rigisl,r said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County^FloHda.
CHARLES STENGER
WALTMAN & COHEN
Attorneys for Applicants
1)02-04 Congress Bldg.
9/1-9-16-23
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal noticss.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone 2 4366
for messenger service
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hst
the undersigned, desiring lo rnc
buslhesi i.nib i the fictitious name of
LEW KAHHIONH o|- MIAMI BE .'"H
and Mills RtTINHTEIN FI'RS, In
tends to register said name wilhJB*
Clerk of ihis- rtwwRr*oritt of Dad.
Count y, F'loi Ida
LOUIS REIN8TEIN
GEORGE .1 IAI.IANOF-F
Attorney for. Applicants
, 16-23-3S 10/7
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
business undei the fictitious na
AUTOMATIC GAS CO., al I3S
Tth Avenue. Miami 50, and IS60 N.E
Ivea Dairy Road, Dade County, iu-
lendi u> register said n.ife wll the
clerk of the Circuit Ci.uii of Dade
County. Florida.
GAS SERVICE C< >RI'OR I
A Florida Corp.
MYERS. HEIMAN K KAPLAN
Attorneys for Appllcanl
650 Seybold Bldg.
9/16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
DAISY'S ORIGINALS OF MIAMI and
ORVIETO CREATIONS, si 11 N.W.
7th Street. Miami intends to re
sai.i name w-iiii the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Dade County, Floiiia
DAISYS ORIGINALS, INC.
A Fla Corp.
MTER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
HO Seybold lildg.
Attorneys for Applicants
9/16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREMY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious IUU
SIMPSON'S AI'TO SALES, at *T. E.
Okeeehol.ee Road. Hhtteah, inten
reglmer Knld name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
ROI!F;itT. BIMPaON
HENRY RILD
IRVING Si'lin.M.w
J Lincoln, Road
Attorneys' for Applicants '
K-lfi-il-30 10/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. "FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY, No. 182836.
BERTHA WEISSMAN AND
MAX WEISSMAN. Plalntlffe
vs.
AMELIA DODDRTDGE, RICIIARO
HOU8EWORTH, BENJAMIN DoDD-
RIDGE, MAXINK MOORE, THOMAS
"ICTHRIE. KELSIE IU.MKY,
THOMAS & ANNA LEM.MONS
MRS. MAMIE SI'AHR. CARRIE
MICHAEL. AGNES I a .DDIUDO.H
THELMA MAYBERRY. MRS. L. L.
BEELER, HAZEL WEEKS, ET AL.
i lefendants
To: Above defendants and their un-
known hairs, devisee*, lagageej or
grantees, and any and ail pe
having any claim and all pe
claiming any light, title or Interest
in and io tbe lands herelnaftei
scribed, situate in Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, to wit:
Lot IS, Block 1S1 of Htaleah 12th
Addition, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in I'lat Rook N
Page 107. of the Publli Recordi of
Dade Countv. Florida.
All of whose residences are known or
unknown v.,u are notified that
has I,,.. 11 i.roiigiit against you nj
tba and Mas W.-i--.....11 to qulel title
to the above described property. Vou
are ordered lo serve s cop] or \ answer to the complain! in said
on the plaintiffs attorney, Howard
Warren, lS4t Flaming.. Way. Hlateah.
Florida, and Ylle the original ih. eof,
in the offi.-e of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit of llorida, on or before the
10th day of o allegations of said complaint will be
taken as confessed by v.,u
Done and ordered .it Miami. DaJte
County, Florida, this end day of Sept.
If ,:,
e. b. i.f:atherman
clerk of the Circuit I' irt
By W.M \V STOCK IN'-.
(Circuit Court S.ali Deputy Clerk
i/w*-x>-aa
Your son drives a
borrowed ear
l hw covered by your
automobiU liability
inturanceT
Arthur M. Kahn
Richard L. Powell
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,ou i- Makes Debut; Dealers Place Maty Orders
1956 Lincoln wanes wewu., ^ fKwdcd th, nr^lyes(ablish
Tin- 1956 Lincoln, after more cd |,mcoin Division'With orders f,,r
than three jrtMJ ol intensive HyHtlM ncw cars.
to,, signing .nd *****] 1)e8|Uf ft* much greater
vclopmenl. made its debut in an* lhe 1966 Uncoln s(1 u drivers
ers- showrooms across the nation'car with ftiglBtprque power and
01, s.pt 8 greaUv frerOsed uorformance.
UncolnMercury dealers (romaU,veJ*W4 driving speeds."
parts ol the country who previewed Ben IX Mills, vice president of
the 1956 Lincoln ot a national meet] ForjNdM Coaipaity and general
in Detroit last month have* manaer"oT thej-inooln Division.
Glared. in*'.
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Spiritual leader Rabbi Joseph Narot (left) and Cantor Jacob Born-
stein Pick up tools to hurry the completion oi Temple Israel s
new auditorium in time for High Holy Day services which began
on Friday evening._____________________________________
Federation Leaders
Urge CJA Support
At New Year 5716
Aaron If. Kanner. a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, urged radio listeners
last week to start the new year
right not only bj atoning for had
deeds, hut hy performing
ones "
Whether they will make it is up to
[olka like you and me." he de
dared
Kanner addressed the local com-
munity m place ol campaign chair-
man Sam J. Hciman. who had
flown to Atlanta, Ga to attend
High Holiday services
Federation president Stanley C
Myers urged contributors to send
i heir contribution! as soon as pos-
sible to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at 420 Lincoln rd.
Seven local health, welfare and
education institutions and more
than 50 national and overseas ag-
. encies are beneficiaries ot (he Com
Appearing Sept. 15 on radio *- blned J(,w|sh ,
lion WQAM following the presen-j
tation of the IJA dramatic story
Thy Children. Thy Builders." Kan '
ner pointed out that the Jewish
New Year" is a time of personal
review, of looking inward, a kind
oi survey of one's life during the
12 months that have passed
According to this tradition,
looking inward is not enough."
Kanner stated. "One must also look
outward and turn good intentions
into actions."
Urging Greater Miami Jewry to
redeem their pledges to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal as soon as
possible, he indicated that "the
aged, the sick and the troubled
family in our community depend
upon agencies receiving their allo-
cations from Federation and that
these funds are sorely needed at
this time.
"This very moment, in the coun-
try of Morocco, there are ten thou-
sand people who feel tense and In-
secure, They want to go to the dem-
ocratic State of Israel where they
can lift themselves out of poverty
and illness and the fear of harm.
Miamian is Elected
Jack Mintzer, of Miami, irai
elected assistant national secretary
of Tau Epsilon Phi. international
college fraternity, at the group's
bi-annual convention in Washing-
ton. DC, according to an an-
nouncement this week.
Holt's Pint Meeting
North Dade Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT held its first
semi-monthly luncheon meeting!
Tuesday afternoon at Grandma's
Kitchen restaurant.
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member 23. 1955 Obituaries niNA BAUM 0 ,•?;"-. ,...,.-.-I .way r M vein < io N •', ; *;„,„ Weiss; two PL ,,.(.IHium and |-n...-i.e then., Morris, m,l Max IWblel ,' .., the Miami ;„•,;,'.: -< >" M Nbo vlved by two sons. Bamuel and George; three grandcblldr.ia; ami our great-grandchild, alt .If Miami I s.-i vleva ware Tuesday In Pordoa's Miami I loach Funeral Home, with Intel tneiit 111 YVoodlaun Park, .V 1 KB.* Vim Harriett Klsmnn. \ jl,.. KIM Aaron and bann Remains were sent %  £'%> r services ui %  lh( Miami rUwstis. IRRIS BADANES 11 •. %  %  >• •' retired merK,„'..., Kloildlan. died Sept. ... Kl.irlda In ISfld, setv I,,.,,. |„. owned •• |,| .Mr H HI"* ni'.n 1 il where he eon_„, ,„.,, 11was a memigotfue, .Miami Inul 11 "it li A I 1 veil bj .1 MMI, Mr* i:.ina |'hllll|>H anil .Miami, ami seven u. re MOD,.,. li.nnl ('hapel, III" l-aik 'emeterj • lEBECC* KAUFMAN rd who lived Krlday. Mm ... daugh1 ohen, Mill two lldren Bel %  In I'lttaburgb i, 1 Funeral ing< FKANCES GTOER ii loi ho %  sept. 1".. She .1 lira 1 Marj 1 Mabel !•••... were Chapel, 1 vii Bark. |NG GREENFIELD la %  1 .ui hi oh 1 1. 10 Star Chicago II •1 hei e for it. 1 |r. .1.1 ightei a, Mi I'..11 .1. nfleld, all \li--.-('herle I t'hli ago; hie Max; and 1 1..'Till. ui and r si 1 in Beach; %  11. S-i \ 1. .-M. TIL.I |.(| jinn: li, Intel mem t.d• •. 1 > TILL'E SORNSTEIN -v. died Bept. %  il .Hn fi .,m I 1 .il.'. anl. .Mi.. and Hei man %  sr I'nrk a daughter. Head Miami: three sister*. %  to Doioth) s'choenwlrth, 1 k. two In others, five I. .tin! 1 1 .i 1 u 1.1 ad n.lav in lii.rI nli Intel men! |MI C II. %  % %  '. \. pRS. ANN SINGER ago from ili. I al home. 1 %  .. ii. Bun ivkr hvibiind, I >ave .1 .I.IIIKIII Rnbei 1 ii 11 a i.rothor. _r; ami Mr* 8am 1 I'-.-.o II and Si 1 v icea iwi I Miami Beach P '. %  Nil... 1 'erne US. IDA B MILLER I iiif 1 Saturday |l hi.i-i.ll.il MI,. 1. urn from 111 a %  %  .. Her onli ....!.• Dye, •' : %  • %  wore .Mi.n la) Men mlal %  ,;...| %  BESSIE ABRAHAM 1I1.1I M..mlay. 31 yean and .1 SIMON FEINIERG 79. died Sunday at hi* home, 2I0 BW 22nd lor Ho came from Kingston, N.Y.. five yenrs aim. Ho leavea his ~ mM0mmmmmm*mmmim**r. iau 1.1I.. and Harry, Brooklyn, %  Beai h, iters fees wo' Chapel. With burial In Mi. S'c V ine Wry. rT ana f,-e h were 9loha]ay III Gordons Miami MRS FANNIE MILLER 10. of TaL'l H,i...in..i ave., North Bay Village, h. cam* hers eight rears UK" from Neu fork, died Bept. 13. lira, Miller, %  ntombet ..r the North siior,Jewish Center, 1* aurvlved by two daughter*, Mr*, t'ylvla efiiisler, North Baj Village, and Mis. 1 11 no Abrama, Sea \.:k: a eon, Louis, A>.\ York: and fix. graodcbildren. BervIcel and inlormeiit wore ill Ni>\ York. with lii-iuii Memorial < hapel, .N,.I mandj I.-I. In char ;.• .1 kx al ar.1 ligaments. MRS. OOLOIE BERKOWITZ JJ, of WO .-\>. MtM ... W1U1 ii.i .• five ) •.. • ..ii Cievel (>., iliod Bepl 1 I Bhe iaui ive< her huabaud, .• '1. 1 %  % %  Mn 1 Ion Sam. Ix.th of Miami, a lUiikhtei. B) u la Bplegel, Bci anti n. I l.r, Mi* ISathei tiiletlko, Miami 11 broth* Bel kites wi re Keul 1 Qordon'a I'hnj.el. with lnill.il In Sinai 1 '.in. 1. .1 me • n I, 1 l .. .1 .\n %  mul I in Ml vSitSs. %  ""•"*" ,f MiHmi ; '"" _. JOHN WOLF V •"••"I 'r ago from Burvlving afe hU .. i-.,„„... ., „,„, HaroM, „, S(>u(;i '' %  "" %  ""•' Al. Miami; three A!V'A./'T S; ,y 0r -"11 ., V1 MUn|1 ^ K tiled Hept. .. ,n a ho.-pllal A saWm.n he 1 an,.,,.-i, u y ,. MIK „„„ from |)( 11011. He wma a moar of Hlblacui .Ma-oiii, I^H.K... Miami Beach, and Mam Minn,, remple. SunlvInK are ma wire, frleda; a eon, Irwln, Miami 1. 1. :i. !.. brotheni and three Ma. lere. Including Mra. Ma Hyman and in .MI-III Aipor. 1...11, ui Miami '••' %  ~' > lce '.•'.• Bept. 7 In l:n %  -1 %  • Ueilloilui I'bapi I, Miami l:.a, h "mi 111,.-i nun, i„ .vi 1. N,.|„, cemetery, LOUIS FRANKEL I pl H %  -N\\ ,tn aw., di.d Bept. I 111 '•' n A riding station oper•" %  •' here ii\.iiui'H {!>. Bur Ivina 1, I,I, wile, Doris; two %  • • %  -ii" '.Ail 1 1 .1 11.1 •.. aud Mi 11 Hai • %  1 ....n.,\, ,. both "i .',„ ;i | i;.,,, -. Max, 1 I" mi auoi ail ol Miami Berv. I:I I lord .11 .Miami 1 "M m.i .i.i in Mi. Nebu Ceinei. i.ABRAHAM BERLAND 1120 < 'olllni ave., ui. 1 Bunday, Bept. II Ber • ei H nd bui i..i w< re In Nea a mi 1 loi don 1 Miami Bea< h r u11 ral Home In charge locally. PAGE 13 A The Entire Group of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra extends its best wishes for a peaceful and joyous NEW YEAR to its many.sponsors atod friends who have helped make this season a success. MRS. ANNA HEINICK r,:.. of 1*1! BO Sth si died Bepl I'.'. Bhe came (mm Akron, '. five > ears ago, Burvlving are in-, husband, Max; 1 ,l.i..m. \kini. (our daililhten, Mr* Marian Brown, Mrs I'm otiiy Croon, and Jtm A M.ili, nil ol Miami, and MiKethei l.eel.aw, foungstown, O.; nine |randohl!.lren and a great-grandchild. Service* 1 ore Bept. IS In Oortlon Miami hnnoral Home, with tmrhtl In Mi. Nebo 1 ii ... MRS. JENNIE FRIED 70. of :"..i s\\ i>;iii 1.1 died Kept It. Berv Icea were s.-i-i 11 in Kiwixkie Memorial Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. AUGUST JIPP ••''. of 1 ;•; Collins ave., died Bunday, 11 in charge ol ai rangi meni • Ide Memoiinl Chapel. JOSEPH B. MOSS ft, ol v ; ,n .ii owner of the Avalon hotel, died Bunday, Bept. II. In %  hospital. Ho lived here for 20 li.waa .. in. mi,. 1 ,.f the Hlbie. ua M,, .-..ni. Lodge and ..1 remple Bmanui-;i b'usviving are his wife, Fannli two -..II-. Lewis, Coral Dables, and William, (Washington; and two ten, Including Mra Bathei Kahn, Miami Beach. Bervlci were Monday In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery SEASON'S GREETINGS Penny's T V New, Used — Sales FRANCHISE DEALER FOR RCA, PHILCO, CBS 29345 Kingman Road — Leisure City. Florida — Homestead 1953 9524 Bird Road — Miami. Florida — MO 6-6091 983 E. 8th Avenue — Hialeah. Florida — 80-5523 Service Calls 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. HOLIDAY GKttTINGS TO ALL THE JENKS SIGN COMPANY OF MIAMI BEACH 1127 Slh STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONE JE 1-2144 WILLIAM EHRENFELD 71, of m Calabria ave., Coral Cables, ni. 1 Bepl .11 a 1 ..-.il Hospital ll<* Is survived by h iiv, I:.--I.-. wo daughters, Mrs, orac* Tr*a and Mrs. Mi., \\ aiater, Mra Mgry Ooldberg; and tour icandchilili en BeVork ler inalim were 1 el 1 It es and RiVOl aide. .•in I.. Ni w mt.-n11.-1. Mi. \ii.imi I MOSES AARON EMANUEL formerl] I Ro b*>\e. fill died Agg. ::n In a Miami Beach lm.-j.ii.il. li*re he had been i..k,n r/dWwthg a heart attack. Ho was a pioneer >.f modern Hebrew educatiahT iW -.tgierJo.. Hgrn In Russia 11 !-:••. he >vaa i;on..wSd aa a Biblical and Taint.idi.-.h..lar. He was an organiser of the So|na Baron, Jewish deloii..e c..ip au.nwM Czailsl I'ogropia. and a lli. ei In the ZLml-t rri..ven*efif. He **rv,-.i for many years as head teacher of religious schools in Rochester, BcrantOn and TolXJtlto, itptarl.,. l-'.-i the |uat 12 yejirs. be had reafde H, la aurvlved by hi* wifoy;Samh; sonl, 11.-ii-ZI. 1 1. Nathan. Aklvg and Hersl: and daughtora. Mra H. Hararl and Mrs. L. Steraln. JOSEPH J. ICHEtTEL 62. of 1313 lMh St.. Mat mi Beach. diet Bept. 7. A roKldcitt of Dade count v -tor einht years, he came here fi.mi New VorhaClty and owned a coclw.all lounxe In a downtown Miami hot.-l He wa.s a member of the Miami Elks and 1survived by hi* wife. es, %  brother and st a t e r Brvwere Friday in Riverside Muiml Beach Chapol. with burial in Mt Xibu C-niotci I MRS. JENNIE LOWBNTHAL 77. of It7 Bay di., Miami Beai Ii. died Bept. 7. She came from Now Y"il. r 1 v.\oara ago and i* survived by %  mm. Milton, New York, a daughter. •Mra. I>or..th\ flcrnMetn. Miami Beach: a brothei and fogr slaters i..ai arrangementa for Interment in New NATHAN CLOSSER I 71, owner of thi Qeorgian hotel al I...I Collins 1^.-. died here Baturday, .-•,1 10. He came t-. .Miami is years ago from Johnstown, Pa., whore ho an.l .1 1 othi 1 foi niu-,1 Qloaaei Bros 111 .-in store 1 i.v. achairman ..f the board of the store when he Idled. He also ail a founder and .in., tor of Temple Bmanu-B!. In 1M7, i he built and for a time owned the Barblson apartment hotel .11 Ocean dr an.1 >;t:i -1 A former director of the t niie.i Jewish Appeal In John town, Mr. Qlosser wa* a member of B*nal B'ritli and was a Zionist and Mason, ii.leaves hi* wife, i-u.n 1 two daughters, Mrs, Freda Roruatein. Mi.iiin Beach, an.l MiBessie BUbersteln, Johnstown; n *..n. Qerald Johnstown: tlnoo sisters, Including Mrs Jei ni* %  >aslp, Miami Beach an 1 %  brother. Services were Sunday In Beach Memorial Chapel on Normandy late, with burial in Mt. Nebo O 1 tei) > MRS. SOPHIA SQHULKIN !>s. vh.. came henseven years ago from Detroit, died Saturday. Bept I", at homo. 1253 BW 2rd toi Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Harry Oottesman, Detroit; a great-grandchild, ..ml seven grandchildren, Including Mi.-. Nathan Prost, Miami. With whom snt made her home S.rvlcWere Bunday In aordon'i Miami Chapel, with burial in. MI Nei.i, cemetery. MRS. ESTHER GREEN SI, of TS0 Kuelld ave.. died Bept A resident her.f"i the past U> years, she came from Trenton, N.i. She li survived hy her husband, Bamuel; three .laiiKhtoi s. Mis. F'rieda Katx. Trenton, Mrs. Evelyn Wysockl and Miss Cells Oreen, both of Miami Service* and burial Were In Tronton, with Riverside Miami Beach handling local arrangements MRS. SARAH CLUCKMAN tM 1 can dr.. died hole In chiiiKe of iirranKeiiioiits "as Miami Beach Kiverslde. TO All SEAS0V5 CKUTINCS %  rofecf What row More" SWENS0N DUGGAN INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance 3253 N.W. 22nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 64-7094 SEASON'S GREETINGS DINE IN AN OLD WORLD ATMOSPHERE at the PINE TREE INN German American Cuisine We Cater to forties (Moderate Prices) Air Conditioned 2441 S.W. 37th Ave.-4 Blocks South of Miracle Mile Phone HI 6-6480 GREETINGS • HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY Desks — Cabinets Choirs — etc. S3 HIALEAH DRIVE, HIALEAH, FLORIDA Phones 84-2470 83 2479 6ttTIMGS 10 ALL "Complete Beauty Service" ESSEX VILLAGE BEAUTY SALON Mary Cooper, Hair Stylist 241 EAST 4th AVENUE, HIALEAH, FLORIDA PHONE 88 8119 rmm Extends To Ali Season's Greetings S2S ALTON ROAD JE 1-7259 1530 N.W. LEJEUNE ROAD 65 1535 To Our Many Friends. Patrons and Acquaintances SEASON'S BEST WISHES I Sam's Texaco Service Station Sam Lsaumew "WHERE THE CAUSEWAY MEETS THE REACH" 501 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH ,. t ( ,he charter presentation cereF ror the installation of the newly fonnlnh Dade L odge B'nai B'rith held durbnr,T, n u a ., ,h membership planning Cl RII! Algiers hotel OTe wft t ^ht) I LT P re8ider B'nai B'rith CounK. u Florida; Geor 9 I Talianoif. U rnanl r l hi P cha man. B'nai B'rith ** r^w hip ""npaign; Frank Biel, i DSS r n[ l North • Lodq B'nai I ld ^mian, of St. Petersburg. retary. Horida State Federation of B nai B'rith Lodges and district membership cochairman; David I. Wolper. of St. Petersburg, president. Florida State Federation of B nai B'rith Lodges; Juhus Fisher. Roanoke. Va.. secretary. District Grand Lodge No. 5. B'nai B'rith; and Max Kroloff. of Washington. D.C.. national B'nai B'rith membership director. North Dade Lodge is the 22nd B'nai B'rith Lodge to be formed in Florida. 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PAGE 6 B *J^/fl#W*#2£L I I Fridc Israeli Sailor in Lone Trip Around World in 28-foot Sloop An Israeli with a yen for travel is currently visitin | the Gi Miami tree. He Is Joseph Havkins. Latvian born, he ion*a trip around the world in a 28-foot sloop called the Lamerhak II. Purpose ol the trip ito bring the Israeli flai to all the nations of the globe—to make people everywhere aware ol the new and vital Jewish republic. Havkins itravelling alone. <>nt on the wide seas, be does much reading "particularly th< be explains How the 41-year-old, Unmarried Israeli answered the call ol the sea i.< long story In his own words, be has always experienced ".i wanderlust Baek in 1936, be tried to go from Latvia to wh.it was then Palestine on a bicycle in ii period ot over tour months, Havkins made it to Home but had to return to RJ A year later, he signed on as an apprentice aboard the first Jewish 01J n i, eci „ n go into the Legion I In. April. 1952. Havkins sailed school ship, the "Theodor HertL" wont _f or ,,„„• months' in 1941 aboard the Lamerhak I for Mar Under the Latvian flag, the boat s Havkins waa „, Palestine and took scillcs. thence to (Jihralter and the activities were sponsored by the part in lhc British action in To start ot his world tour. In ScptcmJewish Yacht Club ol Riga hruk 'Then, he said. M la Greece, ber, southeast of Spam. Lamerhak Havkins served seven months my whole coinpain wai e.iptured I was shipwrecked. This meant 13 with the "Theodor Herd." and in '1 escaped, Wtl Ctilghl D) the months in Spam Bat. '• %  November. 1938 and 1939, he was in Bordeaux, Germans and escaped a second 1953. Lamerhak II left Malaga for France, where be studied to he a tune. In the Crete campaign, I was Gibralter, Tangier! and Morocco, radio operator. Shortly thereafter, wounded and discharged from the The following rehruary, Havkins he signed on athe onlj Jewish British Armv w;is j„ the Canary Islands It took crew member ab fj a PanamaniFinally legalized, Havkins join him 812 days to Puerto Rico. His an Ship engaged in smuggling Jews ed the British Merchant Marine, photographs, on his arrival in the then the Norwegian and Dutch ( islands, ahow Havkins with a fierce Merchant MarineIn December, black beard recalling the ancient 1943, he came to the U S and later Hebrew Prophets signed on With the American Nbr U; ^ nW „ York ^ chant Marine with which he servJ(||y ,, )54 lneluM voyaging lOSlfH HAVKINS and Lamtrhak II ^—"j7~ JWV Convention Entertainment Will Include Bout on Natk Leonard Wallaeh. entertainment hibited fl ,K committe chairman of the 60th n; ,. : ,, T dl ,ha t tut tion.,1 ronvrntlon of the Jewish uelMr., ^ a Wl wr veterans of the United S ',hZT a u n nl 3 ot America. Wednesday revealed Miami ^TWtt detailof the entertainment which npn|, "Wl! is planned for the national conven and ih-i ll l tion to IKheld in Miami Beach vi-e,l W A^"'"! Oct 24 to 30. A Ual.ach stressed that this ., will be a J£*M tentative program which is subject and ,|„, lm **P to last minute changes and addi ( ,„ v/J^* t.ons. On Sunday. Oct. 23. there 25, there wml? + will be an "early bird night" at the the K „if ,,"J*• %  DiLido hotel, free to all registered shore foilI 0 "" 1 "*": i_ delegates. On Monday evening. Oct ning hiLi.TV'J 24. starting 10 p.m. at the Delano ment will hf f ^ i hotel, there will be a fashion show, tionally teKil^^ Doris Crane Professional Modeling bon fi K ht r, „ lk i Asenrv ill n.HiHnate It is exAuditorium Z *? S pected that highlights in fashions'honor and Jif-5*1 tw ail wear qeewwid win be exnation.i convertS"* Wallaeh said that tkj Sunshine Rebehab lodge |"**? n ot > p > been *\£\ First meeting of the season of Miami nesch^l 1 ^' Sunshine Rebek.h Lodge took ,he convemlon Z?* •igmfie into Palestine "We had 850 passengers," Hav kins -.mi "What we wen' supposed (0 do was to meet another sailing \e-sei somewhere near Cyprus for the exchange But the British met iiinstead We were arrested and taken to Tel Aviv In one briet in stant, I went from seaman to cap tain, beaching the boat mysell A year later. Havkins faund himsell employed m Lebanon, He had ed until 1950 Two yean later, he bought Lamerhak II. Lamerhak I. its antecedent. BUM) baa .. strange history, according to the Israeli seaman I! was u-ed to smuggle .lews trom Denmark to through a hurricane. A flight to Israel Via F.I Al—"slightly faster I ban on Lamerhak II." he grins— interrupted my tour. I returned to the States this spring." His plans from Miami? The ed the border illegally and Sweden al the time of the German ,l ""~ l "> leaman, currently staying was subsequent^ caught bj the occupation and had been bought %  **"• w CaP^I at the Invitation 1 • % %  %  •— H., tZ "SSSTLSSmNi thing," he grinned "Mj excuse that I wanted to join the For kins was m Bremen. Germany, Coast of South America and thence serving aboard %  Norwegian ship '" Australia m time for the Olympic gamei in November. 1956. From there Indonesia, India. Mads South Africa, crossing the Atlantic for a third tint back home "This," be sobtrl) tur mises, "should be about 19<>1 Speaking eight languages, he -pends bis ume, „, addition to leading t h e Bible, browsing 100 Club Hears Writer The 100 Club of Dade County held ittir-t tall meeting la-t at the Algiei • hotel with president Bin /.ion Ginsburg presi bug Main speaker was Helen Alp rt, writer publicist recently returned place last week at 1828 Alton rd fight of maior The lodge will meet every second others sentaTa and fouth Tuesday of each month w„h VValS" c j*" commencing with September West Miami Bertw through June. 1956. it was announc Miami; Buddy IW ed by Noble Grand Mrs. Ben Teitcl Dies; and Max Capp c, MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at Phone MO 1-8201 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT from New York, who outlined the i hrou f h J? U „ gene u ral llhrar > %  *** Mon, Benjamin SSkUn %£SS* 5 £?' IS?! If ,h 250th anniversary celebration be dlUdbU? r-P>Kik. with greetinge ing launched in Manhattan on Conr, """'^<' upon from such stitution Day, Sept 17. bj Go\ rtateMn n •* Moths Sharatt, David Averill Harriman and thi Govei Ben-Gurton and itzhak Ben-Zvi. BOra ot the 13 original colonies lion Voyage, A director in the nationv. tribute is prominent industrialist' ""~ ——— %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  Henri II Kaufman, president of the New york KK) ciub. Membership in the KM) < 1 EARN EXTRA MONEY Excellent opportunity, part or full time, operating a route of U.S. MM/NTS ONI AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS LAKE STOCK ON HAND FOI IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I coMMVNtrr oni Exclusive ROCK of AGB] MEMORIAIS Joseph Greenhunt, East Meadow, L.I., has been appointed director of field operations of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Armed Services Division. Mr. Greenhut succeeds Benjamin Sternberg, who has become head of the division. 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PAGE 4 B +Jenisfi ncri(flan NATHAN ZIPR1\ — Lett!^-Exchanging Doesn't Alter Fact THE SIXTH OF JUNE. By Lionel Shapiro. 351 pp. New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc. $3.95. By HILARY MINDLIN LIONEL SHAPIRO, a Canadian and former war correspondent, has set his lovo story againsl the powerful background ol World War II and the frenetic days which led up to D-Day in Europe, .Line ti l!'44 The male principal" arc the American Lieutenant, Brand Parker, who owes his loyalt) to the money, position and the girl he married back in Connecticut, the Commando Captain John Wynter, .i quiet, undemanding chap who plays it fair and brave in love and war, like a true Englishman Then there is Valerie Russell, lovely, compassii e or less pledged to Captain Wynter Brad and Valerie fall helplesslj in love "There wasn't BI pt when thej were apart, and then the inline consisted "i the ent the) would meet again What thej owed to rts ol lives tormented them with guilt, but whal the) owed to i stn i g( i Athe frantic excitement ol London swept tl 11 closer to the time ol decision "on a clear da) standing on I can almost -ee the end ei the war now" the) i""k refuge in the i thai theirwas a war problem, and iii.it the war Itsell would llOW solve it, make it right Thi> is the state ol things when D-Day comes thundei ross Channel to the Normandy beaches Both men are in tin action, i %  ndent on each ether in a wa) which goes far beyond the military tension is superb; Mr Shapiro brings up hibeav) artiller) with a u nalist's unerring eye for detail and the novelist's trick of letting tin wider scope show through the spact And the war, by bringing in itown set ol values, doesolve the I lent it made Alter the blood -we.it and tear-. ., man and a woman then finest hour m a farewell to armand a homing way FOUL HANDS The Egyptian and Vrab propagandists in the countrj arc naturally drawing inspiration fmm ( p#yroll and one would have to he hopcjfs^l) nai\ t lo believe them capable ef decency except perhaps that crackpot segment of American Jewry which larditheritage with Arab blessing And this holds even when the gentlemen in question speak for the Arah diplomatic echelons in the United Nations. There have been main hitter and vile outburst from that -oiiree in recent years, but none compare in villainy with the one published in the letter-toeditor column (d the New York Times. Ostensibly the letter, signed by Abdi I Magoud Hassan, press attache ol the Egyptian delegation to the United ia repl) to a letter h> .lo-hua II. Just man. director ol pre— relations to the Israeli delegation. hut in essence it ia sickening diatribe whose direction ias obvious ait ibrutal and false. letter, (changing will t the factof history. But it iq ii whether a gentleman who is impudenl l to call an Israeli foray against Kgypt petitions ol Nazi brutality" cither knows or cares to know the facts ol histotrj v. i u lid onl) like to remind him that it is a ol histor) that i airo was cringing and in joywin i l armies were giving Mgnof invincibilit' that Egypt had given Hitler a Mufti and that the one time would be enslavers ol ancient Israel had given shelter to the Mufti when that criminal escaped from the gallows That should have been his fate il certain frightened statesmen hadn't been suddenly transformed into gutter politician-. GOOD NEWS When an anti-Semite complains he cant make a s .living from the racket th 0 stnr, der thebcadu* Kood u J r > ^%t_ raade .the admuuon U i MontrJi L gt *>*m W* tor a |U„ h rJS ^3 nate sheet nVnot a heoon i n f f 'S** dile tears may no. be ." m lmx ^ Others of his ilk. But thereTsa^VH that the anti-Semit,c publi hcr s&'S the business loss and loss Uicrat^lS hre-ukimately driven lr „m Z L !" P that a business w,th,.ut profit,^ not for money seekerW| OLD TROUBLE SPOT Gaza, current site ol trouble for to ciated with the exploit-o, Samson^ read your Bible you know of cour-eZ A tes of old too had trouble with GafSj Israelites in the era id the Judges dmvt ,.T the Philistines, there ,. ,.., ^para^' day. for Israel toda) has many Samx,i taking the jawboneol an aand Philistines by the thou.-ai I \\ nen M away the jawbone with which he smote %  stines. the Bible relat. he was .,',„ ,,£ might have died had not the Urd cansrti come out of a hollow The danger of *3 thirst in that vicinity is gone now larehtl irrigation pipes laid from Jerusalem to Gal funds from State of l-ra. I \,l the two %  ltnes. On war tor example The British were good at this kind ; -ing The) fought the war as il it were the normal course of life ked the American way better. American bitterness and impatience the sense ol adventure, the wa) Americanhated war and loved a peculiar but honest confusion There are. however, tremendous overtonerumbling in the ictic distance wbmb never quite seem to break through the rmrka aps Brad iindeed the long-ago colonist and John the bereaved silent Empire going ahead with quiet pride—and a -tiff upper lip. II took a mighty war to discover that they hold dear the lame o'-'uer oi nours. lnose circles blame t ited an. 1 | stomach wound to reveal that Americans can have the Nations lor Egypt's 1948 defeat They brag that the ( kind of guts, and that thiis a better love; and a finer heritage ; n w war would be over before the Security Council I say perhaps because 1 have a penchant for readme into books j *>*>uJ<' act. I ought to be then and ii this sort of undei is intended,! Arab braggadocio being what it ithere is a tenvaguely limned as nearl) to be invisible, HeverttektM Thr Sixth dent uiimize such threats The State Depart' ; **' was a r ik-of-the Month Club selection thi Mgust*atW Is met* h (MreVtheless nervously observing the Egvtv .' n '. t : !. ur,h u,,k "" ,h( N,u v rk Tmu s B, '" Wfrr I-i-t, ranking j turn response to the Soviet Onion's offer of muni\on that a good book will u-u.M!> makejtiona Infiltration and patrol actions along the Gaza WASHINGTON Egyptian! are privately talking of a "three day" blitzkrieg to be launched against l>rael. In Washington and European capitals Egyptian diplomathave told persons they considered anti Jewish that Egypt will soon "amaze the world Their boast is that new weapons and a reorganized army would enable Egypt to occupv Tel Aviv in a matter of hours. These circles blame the United tenth. Which just goes to -how • en if it could have been better L EOX G1TTERMA\ — Third Film About Al Jolson HOLLYWOOD Oiumbia Picturewill rea-e -hort film. -The Great Ai .Job • n." thifall, coincident with the :h anniversary of the late sinsi : s death. Ralph Staub. who will produce it. has called in seven __ _..„ ,..,.,., an dimig me viaza frontier have increased notably in the last several weeks A revealing report, recently published in The New York Times described the Egyptian armed forcedispla) of Strength In a five hour parade ro's streets were filled with new military equipment as Egypt celebrated the third anniversary of I remier Gamal Abdei Nassers revolution against the monarchy. The most impressive items among the new equipment revealed were 27 sixty-ton Centurion tanks mortal to.the entertainer Edited of the latest model purchased from (ireat Britain into the film will he a clip lensed There were new 155-mm field guns of French deyears ago of Jolson impressing -'- and a number of 120 mm Brandt mortars ^JSSSS^JLSSiSSt f,'e i'hr! n r d s,u T a ank "-a! n **• Hollywood !" r !" regiments of artillery. 29 gurfUach. were writerwho composed many of Jolson's top songs to appear in the short, planned aa film meHollywood. • Although Ethel Merman haI6ng been pencilled in to head UP NBC-TVs Nov 6 | • „| yr the ringer was reported holding out for more moiiex than the network icurrent!) willing to offer The can you ask thing mote performer was repute have been paid $50,000 per show tor her BS-TV app son and h askil %  unl trom M'a BILL WOi.FE Herman Slill Winning 'Em Herman Barron, the (am rich golfer who bi top -tarin the i >unl i • cad, %  ... [a still v. his home te'iritor) irron, whose home course •* • the Penwa) Go I i lub in w N V. now has %  fjv< the 1 %  t or Profe. sional Golfi r's \ %  lation. He added I, • recently II" also ithe 8 holder of the Westchi Open Crown. Barron. despite the many -tacles encountered bj Jews In the country club gome ol played his way to %  tar I In 194b he won the S50.000 D'Shanter open. This columnistfavorite i\c-' At •' i)enefit performance the' %  nption of some of the factor, theatre wasgyow'ded and the per w „. — w mqmm a j, ^-.' Ruin t H II. WCK' A battery of the newest self-propelled artillery was noted as were battalions of antiaircraft automatic weapons .lets screamed overhead while the crowd roared its acclaim. There were 36 Vampire lets and 24 Meteors v The New York Times noted improitsi Egypt's armored and air equipment and mpsl port of the army regime Volunteer National( men outnumbered regular troops. Creation of an industrial foundation fort strength was described by Maj. Gen. AbtHJ Amer. Defense Minister and Commander iff] in a speech. Nasser made known that Fj| building a new army around a core of mobile I with large "auxiliary elements' suppoUfsi said Egypt was now manufacturing "kghti medium missilei A number of former Nazi military in Egypt training fanatical young Egyptiaasaj zer tactics, airborne operations, and behind.tatl terrorism and sabotage A trained terrorist.r called the Fedayeen (self -acnficerML, against the British in the Suez Canal ZOK" recently this group habeen based il (kj area. It is known to have carried oat sneak attacks on Israel civilians. These are all rea>ons enough wh> lM world looked with surprise and initial boprij plan John Foster Dulles presented reeentir-eaT ing the settling of the Near East's problea^ out, too many observers saw in the plaiP nothing to scotch the rumors of Egypt*P blitz. What it does is to affirm an old Arab) old. that is. in the sense that it post-dateit cessful Arab attempt to subdue Israel in Wl Mr. Dulles has sounded out the Jewish State" toward border "adjustment." And this tt I what the Arabs have been seeking: to %  that is realistically possible, the already ta pact republic to unworkable proportii Working on both sides of the feat* answer was quick: to accept offers of mjj from the Soviet in the event of war IMVffl IJOVEX — No Mention Made of the Warsaw Ghetto 1 J lhnr„ GENEVA an exhibition in this city depicting 're";; %  :'"'"' r! w p 1 -'" n %  "&** thing „ S '"trickling through •"hind the Iron n that -n „,...„.. crures ,,„ S! • n t.o\ernmenl lt best to WHH> out V '! VAStr: chJewishTrig^ are due hj-Madrid soon ?., ne ~' 1 "" % %  : '^Jthejerep produce.! Man, n„„ llllIIlls ,, ,^" ^" U con :-*ds: absorbed ,„.,,„,,, ,,.;' '}""}•£*'?'* home 70.000 leu. ;.,,.. .!.."" "^'"-"ran. the Paul Mum. star of the I h I i :.. i it ihe u ii verj happy of hihaeii voted "the best Bro .. %  i, y y York drama critic. The Stan le ergin filming "The Pride and Passion" with ary ;• Frank Sinatra u sOau*, nley will direct aaari ihex'll cast the feminh. in F.urdpe A-ntl-Semitjsm is still widel) P r ^ e rf and Jews often have recourse to tne recurrent ant.-Semitic outburst! U The section of Warsaw where Jestsfj housed is now eompletel) %  !" new suburb is being bu U P in ''^'^o strerts no longer bear an) rc^J 1 "' the former Jewish quart, r In lact. i ayMWttanint! h) remind one ol the r life which once bloomed there IV I There are no accurate sta tidij Poland bu. number, of Jews alive maie* place it at about .^ ^ 70.U00. The^Jl c.lowu l!h > %  • which have made it so tough for a Jewish golfer to get ahead w ere put down by Harold Ribalow in his book, 'The Jew in American Sports." Write Ribalow: "Golf is a social sport. It is played byrich men. at exclusive clubs. %  -— —.... V^H. pel" formers were jSenermwh applauded Rut the offering amounted to less than S00 -Well." said Milton Berle, addressing the audi ence. "this offering, as vou understand, is fyc the benefit of the poor ... and they all seem to be here. -me 70.000 J*. 1 the ^SS^ oioO K .... an. ^ I tjonal cons Uni ;.; m gj 'trad,. J^K. and f.ub.in. where-cab ^ *o"*k ra, watchmakei Sather k r t' fam li s rpmain ,n Kie,ce> sf i **\ and merehanl. Wrkers. clerks xm/t;% „ pogrom, there are no JeW ^ once-famous Jewish centerno Je • ^ ^ In Warsaw, the Jewish *"**> r s published t ; .ur tinaj^l and merchants, ^j^ss^smm^can matt ends *£t *" W,VM out ^ w ^ 3 thV me is puDiisuirw .-— contain any informationW^ thy" people there are hungo



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PAGE 2 B +Je*ist>ftor*fton J fATWM IK, UAH UOttOD Ding Dong Bell School day* are at hand! Time to think of filling the cookie jar for after school nibbles by the young fry. So. get out the cookie sheets that have been Iving idle all summer. Have:to a mixing the mixing bowl within easy reach sipn in the center and salad oil 2 cg!^ i : cup M'saine seed-(obtained at large food stores) Sift flour and bikini powder In bowl Make a depresing powder, sugar. .. HM >, ....~.^v., truit bits and Sesame Seeds. That's'any kind may be added if Mceswhat you'll need to make the .!• >;"> I" form I ball Of dough. Turn licious cookies with the Israeli out on I lightly floured kneading name of Sum-Sum for Sesame board Knead gently and form into half-inch thick rollCul into halt inch pieces Gram the cookie sheet or line it with aluminum t11 Heat the remaining egg yolk in a shallow bowl, and the egg white with a pinch of salt, in another bowl till it is frothy. Have the sesame seeds in --till another flat howl Now form a ball of each bit of dough in the palm of your hand and Dffjll it into a flat round cookie not more Seeds. Sum-Sum Cook its 2 cups flour 4 teaspoon baking powder 4 cup sugar '_> cup vegetable shortening or Beth Sholom Sisterhood Opens Fall Season Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom opened its new season with %  '£" jm?h mck )jp oach membership tea Wednesday noon hc ^tcn egg ^.lk lightlv and in the banquet hall of the Temple. nen mt( (n<1 spsa|llp >W(ls ,,,.„.,. according to Mrs Irving B Kaplan. ()n h(1 preparP( ( lllkl( sh( .,. t ., m) president of the Sisterhood. wjtn tho hnge „ pn vs thl v ( lU Mrs. Arthur tourshon. a vice down Rent v (() |)o]p |hem s|uk president of Sisterhood and chairwhen a|1 hfl C(M kl( ,^ ||T p|acp(] man of membership was in charge brush |lKn(|v w „ n hc frothv egg of the function. The program for whlU ||ita| m bru ; h ,,„. the coming year was outlined by f in§m) B;lko 15 minut)1 .„ :m Mrs Sidnes Schwartz, program co„ r ,, hUx browned st ... ordmator for the year An original wnen ,.„,,, m ( t>tlklv arv YieIds skit, written and directed by Tnxie a pproximatelj SO cookiei Levin, was lealured ln the *rt|3 storage *,, „^4 THE HOLIDAY MEAL is sure to get off to • fine start when vou serve these delicious Horowitz-Margareten Geflltc Fish turnovers The tested recipe is easy to prepare and will be welcomed by the family the year round. GEFILTE FISH TURNOVERS I Jr HOBOWrrZ-MABCARETEN Gefilte nh About 2 teaspoon* prepared hore-rdl§h Salt and pepper 1 tablespoons chopped chive* or green onion top* I 1 .'* cup* sifted flour %  j cup shortening V cup cold waiter Mash Horowitz-Margareten Gefilte Fish with a fork. Add horse radish, chives, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix well. Sift flour and l h teaspoon salt together. Cut in shortening until pieces are the size of peas. Sprinkle cold water over flour mixture gradually, mixing with a fork until dough forms a ball when pressed together. Roll out on floured board or pastry cloth to make a 15 x 10-inch rectangle. Cut in 5-inch squares. Divide Gefilte Fish mixture in sixths, and put on one half of each square. Turn other half over to cover, and press edges together with fork Cut small slits in top of each turnover, and bake on cookie bhect in hot oven, 425* F. for 20 minutes, or until brown. Serve hot with tomato or mushroom sauce. Makes 6 large turnovers. Note: 15 smaller turnovers may be made by cutting a 15 x 9-inch rectangle in 3-inch squares. "i WAH1 if flfli. 1M4 *t nib sail Hospitality committee under the chairmanship oi Mrs Albert I. Rosen served as hostesses And. speaking of baking time, were reminded that some of the baking for the current High Holidays can be dona long m advance For instance the following fat-free Honey Cake which improves with a couple of week's storage in cake Parents Unit Will Hear Talk on Human Brain Parents i tut of United cerebral '""^ or refrigerator ot Miami will hear a talk on the intricacies oi the human brain at a meeting Thursday night. Sepl 22, at the United Cerebral I'.i-^ Clinic. 1608 SW 1st st. Dr. Donald A. Schultz. chiet oi the speech and hearing department at the clinic, will speak and also present a fiim. light and thick. Sift together flour and spu-es three times. Combine the creamed mixture with the cool hone) and coffee combination. Stir into the dry ingredients gradually till smooth. Line a 14"x9" baking COMING TO NEW YORK? Sloy ol this modern 25ilory holel. All room oultide eieoiwe lorge. beoulilully furnished ti; ;\ rooms with kilf.li*'<*!> enette. privole both, l.omSS.SI doily. Two room suites (ton it it Fat-Free Honey Cake 1 lb. honey 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 cup .strong black coffee, hot 3 eggs 1 cup sugar 3 cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon each cinnamon, allspice and ginger Heat honey in a deep sauce pan -or top of double boiler till it begins to bubble then stir in the baking soda. Stir down when it fizzes and stir in the hot coffee Remove [ from heat to cool to lukewarm. while preparing the remaining in-' gredients. Beat eggs till creamy. adding a little sugar at a time till { NO CALORIES.' pan with aluminum foil or wax paper and turn in the batter. Bake at 30XT for 50 or 55 minutes or till set. Test by inserting a wooden toothpick in center of cake. If it comes out dry. the cake is done Remove from oven. Let cool in the pan set on a wire cake rack Cut into squares or diagonal pieces when ready to serve. For storing FLORIN D AIRI Sweeten* over 700 cups At food and Drug Stores Everywhere SPtCIAl MONTHIT turn i (l* i Coffee Shop SERVING ^GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 U ontaineblea HOTEL ^ has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilrtk e For information call Harry Harfenlal Kosher Catering Department JE e-aeii m *M 44th AND COLLINS AVE. it; wMftr 1 BROWN KASHA %  last fattening? Protein rich! Roasted I nutlik. flavor of 100% real buckwheat I For tempting. dollghtf ul way* to "•"""" • Old Wond favorite, write for my tree new GR 0 ,r W H.W. £££ H,0MDt CO. Buckwheat Cook Book to j PhyWa WoWf, Penn Van. New YorkI Dtucious HeTtmotiS • "•"* } a*o .nK>y woirr-s caEAMy ^RNELS rfdln0 ^m • delightful buckwheat arm *>' c# __-—"" Phono 9-6456 K^ttTCnEK Mil LcviNaoN FOOD eraciALTiea. e eUJ fH0N i *^ isea K. inn aTRSKT, MIACAM, rLA. 1



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jplember 23, 1955 *Je*istincrSdiin,r l PAGE 3B .33 ji£*\ Festive Holiday Menus Reflect Tradition of New Year Season of happy occasions sofer reflections; the austere and hallowed mood of solemnity in the synagogue on the High Holidays 1 can Manischewitz Condensed Chicken Soup '•> cup water %  > teaspoon salt tr-, rJ S ( ha 1 ractc^i • s ^'< of Jewish I Phrase is "May it be Thy will," re1/3 CU P Manischewitz Honey traditional life that it strikes a I vealinR a willingness to accept I 1 tablespoon lemon juice 51S& ££.s b f a nCe The < J e y, It h fo e h 7, ,he iVine Pt9mUX "" tWePoonvegetable shortens tempered by flt ,0 bestow upon us. j n g or chicken fat It is very likely for this reason 3 tablespoons flour I 22 St !" del made ** %  nuts and I Scrape and cut carrots info i/ 4 balanced by a festive mood in the WIM Jn as t lcr frui,s) ".'roundsBring chicken soup, water, home where invo„. VUMI < T l!fl 'tonally so closely associated salt, honey and lemon juice to a hZtZT y fCaS,S 2£ Jew £ h K ho| y days. Also a fav-jboil. Add carrots and cook about nave their own sacred significance or te Mehren Tzimmis. As de10 minutes. Melt fat in a saucepan and symbolic value. iveloped by the Manischewitz Home'and blend in flour over low heat The T„lm..H • I economics Department, the recipe Gradually add about 1 cup of the The Talmud, for example, tells for this favorite holiday delicacy liquid from the vegetables and stir us that whoever feasts well on thei b r,ngs ,he art of making it within until smooth. Add sauce to carrots day before Yom Kippuj is consid1 ^ "" f every nomemaker — and blend in gently. Cook together ered to have fasted twice—imnlv. I 2 5 minutes over low heat or until carrots are tender and sauce is thick. tody's Hit Favorite: Apple Strudel ,ri :a favorite dessert for people everywhere. The (the dough. For fluffy, tender itrudel, try lifts: hewitz peanut oil UanischewiU peanut oil %  v.'iko a well in the flour and pour n rapidly with a knife until a ball of dough is formed. h li;:htly [loured board until smooth and no longer sticky. ia hot iwl Hid keep warm at least one-half hour. Cover a an old tablecloth. li us amount of flour. On this cloth, roll the dough %  possible Brush with the U cup of peanut oil. Lift the dough ;i lime, and stretch it using the .back of the hands, l thin Trim edges and fill immediately. indy School Accreditation late of Florida foy School of Miami | It week joined the ranks %  lhn<>l> accredited by the %  late Deportment of K country. is a graduate of Harjfge and has done post pork at Columbia Uni%  iversity o( Miami and liege His particular inkrt. and he conducts the p at Normandy School. a < the Art Students Beaux Art in New the Copel) Society in ered to have fasted twice—implying that the joy of a sacred feast is 'comparable in spiritual value to the exaltation Of a sacred fast. To preserve this sacred N|lirit „ [special religious significance has been attached to many of the custom associated with the holiday leasts The apple d,pp e d in honey which begins the Both Hashona evening meals is more than merely an earthly talisman of good luck: in the words of the prayer which accompany it. "May it be Thy will that this year shall be happy and Jweet for ii.." the most significant "bcrman. dean of the I m charge 'of the music "• She attended the CurP in Philadelphia and W "f the Juilliard Grad1 of Music in New York n '' -Mrs Huberman have •wen active in commuR2* r undi ng Presit Invate Schools Associrf Coi "i'.v and is now i s executive commit'" WM president of the ,,.*** for "'any years a 1.Z J ard of ,he Y and P'er Miami Jewish ComP 1 "lie has been active g Jhe Florida Council of Tn *1 is a member of Beach Public Library I years Was chairm !" ty Affair Due R Sl m ^ ersh p affair of fI L Na u omi Gro P Of ft if lh cl Thu *v • f at ,he Colony res1 Charge of reservations h* Cynamon. Taste THE DIFFERENCE TV^ Enjoy THE DIFFERENCE! QUICK MEHREN TZIMMIS Mis. carrots | Serves 6. for tup pcr b focWtes mew ""!! OIHHf" 5 Incomparably ,*„*. f or BIRTHD'AY PARTIES 1i£ ndintf tor 'OlHHtR Ml* 1 m* tMCS let your own faste prove to you that — A Miami Beach resident is among the 56 students enrolled in the first class of America's newest medical school, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. Joseph Levine, of 1520 Stillwater dr., is a graduate of Swarthmore College and was r selected from 1,000 applicants. No One Can Make Gefilte Fish As Good As MANISCHEWITZ Makes it! A Made in the modern new Manischewitz kosher food plant •t VineUnd, N. J. Iff ID CllSIHI • MIM IK HIST£11 %  •>erfecr„H,ir 9 for OEFJ6B PARTiFc WE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE DELANO HOTEL •"SUET MEMBER DINERS CLUB JEfferson 8-7881 Holiday hint: whatever you bake ^DROMEDARY MAKES THEXAKE! Out bakes any other method .'.. any other mix! 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PAGE 12 A vJewls* fhrkHnr Miami Women to Meet 27. In the Sisterhood of Miami Hel.r-v. h,c h 'he menftJj School and Congregation will hav will ^f the heh "^ their first regular meeting of the 1,; '^ l^cn an'm^H season on Tuesday afternoon. Sep' lip lUTidell ^ HOLLAND HOHEYlH IS KOW MADE WITH NEW CROP *, DUKIOUS AND HEAlTHFUl iso FAT \o sn;\n i s J Mflde with lew Calorie R y i Mr Try a Loaf Today I ASK FOR IT IN YOUR FOOD MARKFT Dlifribufed by CCCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 161 N.I. 30th STREET Thirty teen aqers from Miami represc i iservative congregations here pated in n week's er.campmsnt under the sponsorship of United Synagogue Youth. which took place in Hendersonville, N.C. Participating were North Shore Jewish Center and Temple Emanu-El. Miami B Congregation Beth David and West M Jewish Center, Miami; Zamora Jewish • ter. Coral Gables; Temple Sinai. Hollywood. Shown are Joy Davidow. Arnold Grcnt. David Harris, Irwin Siegel. Jecnnette Loeb, Alyce Goldberg, Jerome Temchin. Buddy Giffers Roofing Skilled Technique "Roofing 1n highlj skilled ti which has attained lull stature only in the last decade or so." st< Steve Raymond, president of Giffen Industries, Inc., Wednesday "In the past, man) roofing contractors either through lack ol knowledge, indifference, and m some cases venality, turned out .••noddy work fostering the illusion that getting a good root was %  matter of pure link "The situation is quite differ ent today." continued Raymond "Rigid building codes put a premium on the capable and honot contractor tor his employment ia insurance against poor workman ship to saj nothing ol costlj d< when .1 rool fails to pass inspei tion %  Th< n 1 \ perienci and Gifl in 1 ly ha • ol highly tr. lined m II as I in evei .ped which wi Ben "G '• 1. Sharon Press, Bailee Tenenbaum, "ronowitz. Schneider. Shilra Sorott, Elliott Shapiro. Sandra Schreidel. Dennis Bookshester. Lester Brickman. Carol Miller. :;al. Susan Levine. Howard GalRochelle Lynn. Seated: Russel Frank Bauer, Leslie Wiesen, Paul Ruthfield. Charles Kamen. Ronnie Ruthtield, Leonard Rothbart and Barry Goldman. Center are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, director ol the Southeast region of the United Synagogue Youth Cornon. and Paul Kwitney. who accompanied the group on their encampment. Wins Beauty Contest Daisy Tiber, M. of 1642 Jefferson ave recently won the title of Miss Young Adult of the Greater Miami Jewish community young adult cluba The beauty contest was held at the Roney Plaza hotel. Miss Tibor is a member of the Young Adult League of the Greater Miami Jewish Community tenter's Town Branch NURSERY THROUGH 12th CHAD! NORMANDY SCHOOL tiloblhhed 1926 Our 20th Itu ACCREDITED IT THE FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EN Special Music and Art Program Saturday and Daily after 3:30 • Greua and individual instruction en pioti) and ill •f Hie orchestra. • fainting, ceramics, puppetry, arts ond crafts. • Bal— dnnce. • Individual instruction daily after 3:30. • Transportation provided Saturday mornlr.es. • Highly trained professional staff. 1021 MAMfTZ DRIVE LEO HUBEHUN, KM MIAMI BEACH, FIOR'DA Teletheat IN ia a special message to Miss Marguenta Rcv.valt, Washington, D.C.. president of the !,'utional Federation of Busii and Professional W. %  .'.<•> t. 1. 1 ANNOUNCING! tie Birth of the... Gifien roofer on the job. "There is no substitute for experience and Gifien.' says Steve Raymond, president of Gifien In dustries. Inc. .snsxnn K>ST*L. .. DAVIDH. ***' |in ( auction, from ***r??£ tmn n <**T intrrntv eep.ral.on..and ic.nic ^ ^i __j ,div a %  —#.,, rmd the people today and yesterday•• • ,,,„,„ thf)*J and problem, .ffect.n, ssri %  <•* £ ;,,. ^ culled from the mounta* of >"'*'" both the Jeih and non-Jr*"** pre" J m^l ,h. neod. ol tho ilaj ''\!£ ... %  *! man, f.c.1 111. ol tho *?***& ,o la**'"' no axoa to grto\ rao">v %  ass'* The JEWISH DIGEST Foot Office Bo. 153 Houston 1, Teaaa Gentlemen: %¡ Check enclosed HaB 1*0**



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[g.ptpmber 23, 1955 .Wfcf. n^rirfl^m PAfSP 11 A mians Picked itudy Mission t Heiman, Miami business £ and the 155 rhairman [combilled Jewish Appeal, i Bernard R. Stevens, edu[efcairinan of the Federamen's Division, have been to represent Greater Mii study mission to the State ,iiing to Stanley C. Myers, n i of the Greater Miami (Federation, the two MiamBl join leaders from practiUry state of the union comI the United Jewish Appeal %  iulon tippur Dance Due \ Kippur dance will be spon.ointly by the congregation Kerhood of Tifereth Israel Lie Center following the Lin of the Yom Kippur obL Monday evening at the 16500 North Miami ave. Children s choir of the junior congregation of the religious school of Temple Emanu-El will lead Yom Kippur services for the entire student body in the main synagogue Monday, Sept. 26. from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Front row: Daniel Levine Jonathan Turk, Stanley Muravchick, Mimi Miller, Marsha Gla3sman, Steven Robinson, who will act as Junior Rabbi, Steven Chaikin, who will chant the Mi Sheberach, Charles Homer, who will be Junior Cantor, Delsie Lipton and Elandra Bialolenki. Second row: Sheila Sandier, Lois Ross, Arlene Arvan, Mona Glasser, Leslie Zebitz, Sandra Gastfriend, Arlene Greer, Alan Medof, Alan Kurzweil, Ivan Shapiro, David Brummer and Stephen Gould. Third row: Michael Hale, Ale a Albert, Sandra Katz, Sharyn Hoffenberg, Phyllis Mechlowitz, Claudia Bialolenki, Barry Katzen, Charles Popoff, Harold Kart who will read the Torah, and Edward Greenwald. Back row: Sherry Kout, Joan Eichel, Rosalind Lehrman, Virginia Gordon, Harvey Shapiro, Russell Herman and Michael Peyton. 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t September 23, 1955 i<**i*i>rfrrSdtei tft GRHTINGS I UMPS" CLARK GOLF PROFESSIONAL %  illmore Course Aliens y flppiWMMl Me line •' Gol/ino Eipmenr liltmore-HI 6-0649, HI 4-0254 GMTINGS LIE'S BEAUTY SALON "look Besf of BeHe'i" 4017 E. 8th STREET HIAIEAH MR. IEO CIMENT el the \\l PICTURE FRAME CO. New ff or Greetings To All Hit Friends and Patrons 3S40 N.W. 54th STREET Phone 65-1241 SIASON'S GRltTINGS Art Bruns KAMI SPRINGS VILLAS O/Nf DANCE S00 DEER RUN MIAMI SPRINGS A HAPPY NEW TEA* TO ALL |J0SEF'S PASTRY SHOP 10t8 NORMANDY DRIVE Phone UN 6-1523 ST WIMS P*ATR0l CORPORATION SCREENS M2 PALERMO CORAL GABLES Phone HI 6-2934 Best Wishes To All h Hair Stylist WASHINGTON AVE. Bwch Ph. JE 8-4478 I w Patrons and Friend. Ha PPy New Ytxir •** MRS. JOE WENGER h "N F„tiU,. r supple I 2607 Hi. Uth AVENUE NORTH MUMI PAGE 15 A THE WEEK... B f SEE IT Continued from P ge 4 A BE RID OF THE JEWISH SITUATION FOR GOOD the British in destroyingthemR... h! ? ndUCed ,he 0A to J in policy was aimed at7eind*ng fhe Britth E" "SJ*: *2T** This thesisis apparently borne out hv th ? P, re l nd n0t the Jcws Declaration, a "Statement on Z r* ^P'^ber. 1944 Moscow aura w= nmeri^&Ss A month later. President Roosevelt returned from his visit H* had conferred w.th many leaders in the Near East-but w th no Jews H.s most important advisor had been Ibn Saud. recip^o? one Sun and £STi- %  ?..' day 3S r ya,tieS fr m Ameri n oi? companies and next to H.tltr. the most outspoken anti-Semite in the world Ibn Sauds solut.on to the Jewish problem offered to FDR take aH he Jews out of Palestine and send them into Central Africa where they won't be able to bother anybody. If they refuse to go theTonK alternative is to exterminate them where they ,re. and be rid of the Jewish situation for good." Publication of the Yalta papers late last year, which led to a subsequent Congressional investigation of Mr. Dulles and which was met w.th oratorical Church.llian tears, uncovered President Roosevelt's Zrl tJ C ?? od J Kmg Ibn Saud M went something to the effect that the President had expressed the secret hope that Americas six million Jews would also someday be subject to the Arab leader's solution Shamefaced. Mr. Baruch relented. "I have had a two-hour talk with President Roosevelt about the Jews and the Jewish problem he said. I have spoken also to Governor Dewey on the same subject I can only tell you as a result of these talks that, despite mv having been a lifelong Democrat. I would rather trust my American Jewishness in Mr. Dewey s hands than in Mr. Roosevelt's." • A PAGE UNCOVERED IN AMERICAN HISTORY Tho Klder Stateinan's chance of heart was the result of the l're-i dent's report to Tornac-in March, lf)45 and the subsequent discovery Of FDR's letter to the Jewish problem solver. Ibn Saud. addressed as "my great and good friend." The report, written by Judge Samuel Rosenman. the President and his son-in-law, John Boettinger, was delivered with this ad lib: "For instance, on the problem of Arabia. 1 learned more about that whole problem—the Moslem problem, the Jewish problem—by talking with Ibn Saud for five minutes, than I could have learned in the exchange of two or three dozen letters In his book, "Working with Roosevelt," Rosenman comments naively: "This was a thought that must have popped into his head at just that moment, for I never heard him say anything like that on the way home from Algiers." I can not avoid departing for one moment with this simple aside: Our statesmen seem to learn much about Jews in comically short periods of time—much as actors and writers replenish their pockets in Hollywood for the sake of their Muse. It reminds one of Rabbi Hillel and the one-legged Bible commentator. Mr. Dulles, after a whirlwind tour of the Near East in early 1953 reported that he learned more about the area's problems in ten days than he had during ten previous years in Washington. His Jewish problem solver: ex-strongman Naguib of Egypt. In toto, Mr. Hecht's accusations are sharp. Taken in conjunction with his revelatory analysis of Britain's role in Palestine, they are damning. If they do not reflect the artist's ego, much as my discussion of them with Mr. Adler did—if they can be accepted on their face as a page of U.S. history—then a reexamination of Mr. Roosevelt and the Jews is in order. 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PAGE 16 B ou %  %  —iMakes Debut; Dealers Place Maty Orders 1956 Lincoln wanes wewu., ^ fKwdcd th n r ^ lyes(ablish Tin1956 Lincoln, after more cd |, mco i n Division' With orders f,, r than three jrtMJ ol intensive HyHtlM ncw cars to,, signing .nd **£***] 1)e8|U f ft* much greater vclopmenl. made its debut in an* lhe 1966 Uncoln s(1 „ u drivers ersshowrooms across the nation' c ar with ftiglBtprque power and 01, s.pt 8 greaUv frerOsed uorformance. UncolnMercury dealers (romaU,veJ*W4 driving speeds." parts ol the country who previewed Ben IX Mills, vice president of the 1956 Lincoln ot a national meet] ForjNdM Coaipaity and general in Detroit last month have* manaer"oT t hej -inooln Division. Glared. in*'. *v. yourT.?* M •••'•'•ctor^a Spiritual leader Rabbi Joseph Narot (left) and Cantor Jacob Bornstein Pick up tools to hurry the completion oi Temple Israel s new auditorium in time for High Holy Day services which began on Friday evening. Federation Leaders Urge CJA Support At New Year 5716 Aaron If. Kanner. a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, urged radio listeners last week to •start the new year right not only bj atoning for had deeds, hut hy performing ones Whether they will make it is up to [olka like you and me." he de dared Kanner addressed the local community m place ol campaign chairman Sam J. Hciman. who had flown to Atlanta, Ga to attend High Holiday services Federation president Stanley C Myers urged contributors to send i heir contribution! as soon as possible to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 420 Lincoln rd. Seven local health, welfare and education institutions and more than 50 national and overseas ag. encies are beneficiaries ot (he Com Appearing Sept. 15 on radio *•blned J( w|sh lion WQAM following the presen-j tation of the IJA dramatic story • Thy Children. Thy Builders." Kan ner pointed out that the Jewish New Year" is a time of personal review, of looking inward, a kind oi survey of one's life during the 12 months that have passed According to this tradition, looking inward is not enough." Kanner stated. "One must also look outward and turn good intentions into actions." Urging Greater Miami Jewry to redeem their pledges to the Combined Jewish Appeal as soon as possible, he indicated that "the aged, the sick and the troubled family in our community depend upon agencies receiving their allocations from Federation and that these funds are sorely needed at this time. "This very moment, in the country of Morocco, there are ten thousand people who feel tense and Insecure, They want to go to the democratic State of Israel where they can lift themselves out of poverty and illness and the fear of harm. Miamian is Elected Jack Mintzer, of Miami, irai elected assistant national secretary of Tau Epsilon Phi. international college fraternity, at the group's bi-annual convention in Washington. DC, according to an announcement this week. Holt's Pint Meeting North Dade Chapter of Women's American ORT held its first semi-monthly luncheon meeting! Tuesday afternoon at Grandma's Kitchen restaurant. On the"go" r oundthe-clock ... R edd y Kilowatt's Sunshine Service Electricity helps you get chores done FASTER...BETTER ...CHEAPER! ,-C FLORIDA POWER & •^ LIGHT COMPANY ,V*1 • AM y~n .f Uf. H YHI FW • IICMH New Pen fH i C*Wt pot run ISTIMATIS CRO \rV N Pbeee 84^702 \ j 193 N.E. 54th STREET APRIL 17, 1936? cV '.*** 1 DJJ IT WAS A DAY MKt ALL DAYS-tW mei/er ml For that was the day we opened a savings account at Chase and resolved to save $ 5 each week. We've stuck to our resolution, although at times it wasn't easy. We learned that one doesn't have to be a "big money" maker to accumulate a reserve through regular saving. Today we can travel and do the things we looked forward to doing. When you save at Chase Federal, you have a deep sense of security in knowing this strong, friendly institution stands back of yc* and your savings. Each account is insured to $10,000 and earns generous semi-annual dividends. Current Dividend Rate 3% p*r annum STAiltlTY AND EARNINGS ATTISTID IT 41 CONSKUTIVI OIVIMK* fChase IRDRML MUMS AHO LOAM ASSOCIATION WO UNC01N I0AD 7474 COLLINS AVT. J Wf$> 48 4ht &H "DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr. PRESENTS' Every Monday 8 STtflT,WA* Ufll WTW



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY -Number 38 Miami, Florida, Friday, September 23, 1955 Price 23* Assembly Opens With Near East High On Agenda lidcnt Nixon presents th second annual kftnsc Appeal Human Rights Award to Lmrus, Jr., of Cincinnati, president of Department Stores. Tha Award, tanLairus at a dinner of JOA in New tiven each year to Americans whose work on behalf of human rights "best symbolizes the ideals and aspirations of tha American Jawish Committee and Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith." Looking on are Irving M. Engel (left), president of the American Jewish Committee, and Henry Edward Schulti (right), national chairman of the Anti-Defamation Laague. VIEW OF GENEVA SPHMT' pfon Reports Mass Arrest of Jews in /Moscow (DON (JTA)—The attack on Jewish culture in the Soviet Union and mass arrests of Jews (sing Jewish books have not ceased despite the "Geneva' spirit" shown by leaders of the vernment in other respects, it was reported in the Manchester Guardian by a visitor who pjrned from Moscow. | visitor reveals that hundreds of Jewish homes in Moscow were raided last month by police i searched the bookshelves for signs of Jewish? publications. A number of Jews and their were arrested after the searches, and no word has been received from them since, nsiderablo anxiety exists among Jews in Moscow as a result of these arrests, the Manchester ^n Hyi The paper stresses the fact that these are the first Jewish mass arrests since the r Plot" m 1953, when the anti-Jewish campaign in the Soviet Union reached its peak. "And furs at a tune when hopes were high that with the new policy of the Soviet Government Jews iild he permitted freedom to live a full Jewish life." the Manchester Guardian comments. >ES: BREAK WALL OF SILENCE' >fov Questioned on 'Missing' Russian Writers [ORK (JTA)-Soviet Foreign Minister V. W was ureed Wednesday by Adolph Held, lof the Jewish Labor Committee, to break I of silence" surrounding the fate of promip writers, artists and cultural leaders eared from public view in your country." W from Mr. Held was delivered to the ^legation here. PWI to Mr. Molotov was augmented by a W* by the Jewish Labor Committee on f 1955 to Soviet Ambassador Georgi N. f which the JLC pointed out that it has,


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Mass president of the Association. Reacbtni out into communities from coast to coast, the National Roll ('.ill will alert local leadership to wipccifJc responsibilities m the area of Jewian communal work and will enlist popular support for the Intensification program of the Association. Top priority in this program. Lown pointed out, attaches to an all-out effort to cope with the problem of teachers' shortage that has developed in recent years. Spearheading, the National Roll c.iii nf the American Association lor Jewish Education is one of its vice presidenta, Joseph A. Sapowitch, of Buffalo. NY. where in the initial phase of the campaign 200 cittern from all walks of life m the Jewish community added their names to the membershii %  ol the Association, m men ting on 'he motivations for and the objectives <<( this National Roll < all, Sapowitch declared I feel cull dent that the National Roll Coll will prove to be not only an effective instrument lor the implementation of the Astion's Intensification Program and %  public service for the entire Jewish community, hit will ultimately contribute in a great measure to the development in scope and depth of Jewish li\ing in America Joseph A. So,-switch Gy, N THE' Ed '^Tbi^3 J Wish 'o hWfc. St3sl ay?*' ,aine <. and (i yj or this reasorUI '•cation is a ^ your organization? Jewry. JUDGE VALTs4 Juvenile and D* "ourt. DadeQut TREES "fpR iSRAlT £•*£ %  fyM TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE PFAFFENDORF 3900 N.W. 37th AVENUE HIALEAH TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NLV* ILAH FLOYD KFMP Bridge Champion Slated To Teach at U of M I'niversity of Miami's evening division will sponsor a series of nondegree courses for adults this fall at Koubek (enter. 27th ave. and SYV 3rd st.. which will include beginning, intermediate and advanced courses in contract bridge. Sam Katz, former world's contract bridge champion and instructor in bridge at the UM evening division for two years, will teach I the courses Each class will meet once a week 11:30 to 9:30 p.m. 36 W. 13th STREET HIALEAH A tree is planted at Camp B'nai B'rith, Starlight 1 Louis L. Perlman. president of B'nai B'rith Womavl bolize B'nai B'rith support of the B'nai B'rith secbt] Great Martyrs Forest in Israel. The B'nai B'rith i committee voted $500 for trees to be planted in 1 of B'nai B'rith Women. Participatinq in the them were members of the Aleph Zadik Aleph. fri youth group. Members of the Administrative shown here are (left to right) Philip M. Klutznick, dent of B'nai B'rith; Sidney G. Kusworm. Dayton. I Perlman; Frank Goldman. Lowell. Mass.; Mrs. ArthsJ man, Chicago; David H. White. Houston. Tex.; Amor] Los Angeles, Calif.; Benjamin I. Morris. Chicago;, Glovsky. Beverly, Mass.; Dr. Maurice Goldberg, Wa D.C.; Maurice Bisgyer, Washington, D.C.; and L WJ Columbus, O. TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR "JACK" L. HANSON HOLIDAY GKEETINGS MR. and MRS. W0LFIE COHEN and Family 275 W. 63rd STREET HIALEAH GREETINGS TONY'S BARBER SHOP Hiolooh'i Mast Modern "Ak Conditioned" frmncis A. Benedetto 2100 PAIM AVENUE HIALEAM GinniM MIAMI CONSHW fit. Ml 1900 BISCAYNE IIYI. I Brenchti f Dr. Berths Ftiff, I JtM IBM, li*H Clones in He**, •"*' Gwitor, Accordiee, *l "| meats, Theory, MIA Modern Doncmf TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR "Jim" Hosea Smith Your Hialeah Councilman 590 E. 12th STREET HIALEAH %  m WISHES rttom Aatfn TO ALL Of YOU RAY-MAR ELECTRIC CO. 3043 S.W. 30th COUIT GREETINGS DIXIE TELEVISION SERVICE Guoronteed Dependable SorWco and Honest Prices" SAIES and SERVKE Aothoriitd RCA Doctor H355 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY NORTH MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA PHONE 116 6340 J. Donahay, Owoer PHONE HI 4-4414 HOtlOAr GRUTINGS MISS NICHOU'S DAY CARE CENTER PRESCH001 aid KINDERGARTEN P**> U* Days 4:30 O... to 6:30 p.m. '•" o. Half Day Sowi.,, 5727 N.W. 17th AVENUE ***** PI 7-4413 C R I E T I N G S J. AND W. PLUMBING SERVICE, INC. 1222 N.W. 29th STREET Pho 45-443S Tow Jajr MIAMI. FlOtWA HAPPY m CAIRO BESTAII DEIKIOUS w I • Broiled ** o Health S.W o Per. OH" II yoodoo'tWr**' 1710 AlT0Nta*' 1 Phooe n GREETINGS TO All J. M. BRYANT toor Soth m*ml Caesc 7120 S.W. SSth A*MI ItiYI TEAt M. Glenn Ti STEClAt 07 144 liSMT* 1



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PAGE 6 A ft Itm/Mikrtwnn NE WS of the I %  { Ass emll, Wi?£/f in icW/£W •2*£i 'deathblow, anwhile, all in emergency session Me_an_wh,le. all the CabtoeU of ,„, s<,,„ Arab Stat. ;;.::;. :". l : > r ,K,n ,fK er ^-' '>rn,n, (mm i are meeting country-toanother in preparation tor 'something, j.^, ^r f r> is. Ambassador!,, Israel, addressing the Press cLSTtafiST* 2t..-*SSi ^aiVKean" declared: A recent EUROPE issue of Moscow's English Week I v "TS.. U contain, eompl ^ „ fh!" 5J TV^StW^SS.%" the article was sen. from Israel by one R. Scholom and d ~ h ous viewpoints of the Israeli press. Liber.l* rl^'i Var 'world, attending the seventh Liberal Interzonal 1 "H W Switzerland, have urged the free wor id i,. h„ 1? d ( onR ross Lucerne. that Communism ha! chang^ TZ \ l w^ h 1, ^;r o T^n' ,eVin8 anathema. Conrad Adenauer, before depart mCuZ CVa as group of Germans at Bochum that the s^ V Z C T*Z ,,,,d a Communist ideologies "will continue for decides un U we have rolTn victory." ... The Bonn Government is purchesino tL r.. ach f d United St.,.,, the Foreign Office has *ZnclT ^c/e"2VL £ is pressing nuclear energy plans, blueprints for plants a^ereaVv^ cry from the Morgenthau plan! Democraticelements 7ns one obUNITED STATES .In an editorial that could well have been written bj an official l-raeli spokesman, the conservative New York Herald Tribune had this to say on the latest Egyptian outrages "Along th. Gaia Strip": Th€ Israelis have objected to the suggestion of a 'plague 00 both VOUf houses' implicit in a ceasefire in the present circumstance* There hai been a cease-fire in operation lines the Armistice of 194!> It has been broken again and again. Egypt has been unwilling to recognize or accept the fact of Israel's existence, has been under the delusion that somehow, sometime, this fact of the modern world could be erased and blotted out. The long series of incidents on thi(i;i/;i border has served Egypt's purpose of keeping the very existence "I Israel in depute A cease-fire is a necessary step.'" the Trili continues, "hut something deeper is necessary, too. That is willingness on the part of the Egyptian Arabs to liv. and let live—a belated but wholehearted acceptance of Israel's right to plac. in the sun. This achieved, the other problems become soluble. Meanwhile, while Secretary of State Dulles has indicated Soviet intervention in the Arab-Israel conflict by supplying arms to the Egyptians, N.w York Tim.s correspondent Kenneth Love reports from Tel Aviv that Israel's fores f.r outweigh those of th. Arabs and that h.r arms and men are found to be in finer shape while th. foes lack unity and strength. Kenneth l.ove should know He was recently transferred j trom his assignment in Cairo to Israel. Many Washington officials leel that Secretary of State Dulles, with his n.w Middle East plan, has j set in motion a process of action and counter-action that, if vigorously pressed, might stimulate Middle Eastern statesmen (Arab) to a reconsideration of their problems. White House and State Department officials now realize that Geneva was not an "open sesam." to th. Iron Curtain. The over-optimistic had expected the "Curtain" to tumble like the walloi Jericho. In the liht of President Eisenhower's recent pronouncements, the is has now placed a "hold Cor October' label on .ill major official proposals for further liberalizinf relations with the Soviet Union. The Uiu Four Foreign Ministers are scheduled to meet in October The Jewish Labor Committee has urged the Soviet Union to reveal the fate of 68 Jewish writers who have disappeared since the end of World War II. Adolpfa Held made the demand in a letter to Ambassador Zarubin The Committee for Russian Jewry, or ganized recently to press for the release on the two and ;i half million ITS in the Soviet i nion, mel Sepl 7. at the Garment (enter Synaled bj Reuben Aria. Congressman Cellar, Seni Neuberger and Elea ievelt are among those on the Com The fact that many Russian youngsters art returning to God and church—after years of anti-religious propaganda—seems to have come as a shock to Soviet leaders." So Matethe September issue 'he American P official publication of the American Proi Defense League To prove itcase, the publication reprinted %  %  from the Communist Youth newspaper, Komsomolskaya Pravda Colorado's Civil Air Patrol was host last week to five Israeli teen agers—members of Gadna-Avir, Israel's I ,rt ,,| the air cadet ram oi the U.S. Civil Air Patrol The five future Israeli pilots toured through Denver and Pikes Peak region with l.i < ol Ben Jordan e accompanied bj two members ol the Israeli Air Force It Col f Dvir and First l.t L'ri Lowenthal New York State and cm lUthonties reported last week that the Salk vaccine had proved itself of value in preventing paralytic poliomyelitis in children The National Council of Churches, according to its new annual statistics M port. ,|,at the mid-c.ntury tide of interest in religion appears to have reached new flood heights. 01 97.482.611 Americans enrolled U mema religious faith up more than two and a half million from I •" m'lhons are Protestant, 32 Billion Catholic and five and one-hall million Jewish Hadassah announc.s that its new Youth Bu.id.ng m Jerusalem will be named in memon ol Louis and linna H %  who were drowned in the foundering oi .. schooner in Chesa U !aM m o nt h. The ninth annual Issue ol the JDC Statistical 'oS 750 need" 7 ""'i' "'T'C" *" ,ht J C Pr vid d •• %  • •• 165 750 needy Jew, ,n Israel, Europe and the Moslem world. The lar Best group aided. BSJ30, were .lews ,„ >t vi n Mo>k m ,„,„„„,. ISRAEL Israels announcement to the effect that Ihe Israelis would refrain iron, further military action ag.hu, Egypt "provided ,h^:,n.T, by Egyptians, in whatever form, will c.as. aimers m h a „ e ES ""-WSJ%  'Burn.ITcaSta. Uef ^ T ^ Supervision Organization It il now fully know,, ,n UnaIt hat „T, commission, coinprined of all formet presidents of the General A> lembiy, to probe into the entire Israel Aral, situation. The other would be a proposal that membership of the Palestine Conciliation Commission be Increiead with more pro \r.ih irprr-cnl.itucs. and that the PCC be ordered to really got to work. In connection with Tuesday's opening of the Assembly*! session, the Security Council made public its report to the Assembly which shows that the "Palestine Question" dominated the Council's activities for the entire year. The report shows that in the last year the Security Council met 22 times, devoting most of its substantive sessions, a tital of 14. to "The Palestine Question." The two issues that took up most of the Council's time on the Israel Arah front during the period concerned Egypt's leisure Ol the Israel freighter "Bat Gaihn" on Sept 28, IBM, and Israel's attack on Gaza OH Feh 28 IBBB. It was following that attack that the Council, after censuring Israel, called on MaJ.j Gen E I. M Hums to try to get Egypt and Israel together for pad* fuation of the Gate strip frontier The former Sally Ann Mckenna is now at home at 2196 NW 22nd ave. with husband John F. Dahlin. The couple were married Aug. 21 Mr. Dahlin works in the composing room of The Jewish Floridian. •*.' > %  — L SEDAN IN THREE SERIESThe fe^ American family car. is ottered in dZ? ** 1956-Fairlane. Cua.omline and MainW T£ tomline four-door in one of the 21 two-ton. ^ offered on model, which will be d^ZT^l A lower roof line, restyled qrille nK^N deaign of body aide m'old^^are^fe ance change. Thunderbird Y-8 enqin„\ lil** 1 develop 202 horsepower for Fordcm^^* power for overdrive or conventional drive. k'Z and Mainline. Y-8 engines produce 176 he horsepower for overdrive or conventional horsepower Ford I-Block sue is available in all .transmission types. II IUOISCHOOL MIAMI HiC NURSERY thru HIGH SCHOOL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY' ACCREDITED BY TNE FLORIDA STATE DEPARTMENT Of REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTS] Morning and All Day Sessions %  Licensed and t;xp.ri.nc.d Faculty Small ClasMS with Individual Attention -* Outdoor and Indoor Facilities for Class Instructien %  Spacious Bayfront Grounds—75 Ft. Swimming PsdnI Enriched Academic R.creational and Cultural Pragna 23 Years of Successful Educational Achievement -' Supervision of Ida R. Lear, Director 1010 WEST AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PR II Oa fee 4. Affaraer Ceerefi lirt ef AawteW We* Feveding aHemeer fkrMi Council ol Isetestadeat Seta* As.reveef afeeaeer Privsf. Seaee/i Asiecieties d a* W "May You Be Inscribed for a Good Year" It ffba with of Birds Eye Frosted Foods and Sol's Strictly Kosher -W? Meat & Poultry Market • Finest Quality • Utmost Courtesy • *" lH 7446 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BUCK PHONE UN 6-6226 ] \lni*t SeeervisJe* ef AOUDATN ISRAEl VAA0 HAKASHRUTH Specials... • BABY BEEF LIVER J9 lb. • LEAH SOUP MEAT .59 lb. Kijp • LARGE JAR GEFILTE FISH W Regular 1.15 for, .99 JJ 35c WHOUSAU PRICES ON MEATS P0WTRY f0 W



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„„ber 23, 1955 -Jmlstrhrkilar) PAGE 13 B -eHJ |q for the annual installation dinner Bf the Men's Club of Temple Beth are (left to right, standing) Albert in, president; Maury S. Olinick, bairman; Philip Schlissel, chairman of publicity; Benjamin B. Goldstein, reservations chairman. Seated is. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, chairman of the function which will take place at the Saxony hotel on Sunday, Oct. 23. General Named by Marines %  cK—Tho appointment Dew to thr rank of Genii S Marine Corps Reen approved by the | the I nit< I S'atcs. ac[wonl received by the Ui-h Welfare Board |C Commandant Gen. gheperd. Jr. general is Melvin L. New York attorney, %  ved in the ( irps since I. Gen. Krulewitch is officer id Division 0-2. with headquarters HSS Prairii State. New Hewitch ichairman of I York Cit> Cduncil. One rliving Marines who i in Belleau Wood duriVur I and on Iwo Jima far II. C< n Krulewitch P'teur i>! active duty in Bg the action there. He iBrorue St : Modal for heroic achievement, the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement, the Croix de Guerre Fourra gere. Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Unit Citation, Secretary ot the Navy Commendation Ribbon and seven battle stars. Photography Exhibit Showing on Beach Sam Hirsch School of Drama and Allied Arts opens a two-week exhibit of photographs by the Photographic Society of Miami at the studio, 315 West 47th st.. Miami Beach, Thursday. The public is invited to attend the show through Oct. 6. Photographic Society of Miami was organized eight months ago. Officers of the Society are Abe Schonfeld. president; Dr. Lewis Julien, vice president; Hy Hatkowski. secretary; and E. Allen Becker, sponsor. UM Adult Division Offers Courses In Accounting The widely expanded adult ftduI cation program of the Evening Division, University of Miami, will include 25 classes in accounting this fall. Students seeking a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in accounting can complete all requirements through evening study. Adults not seeking | degrees may register as adult students for any of the courses available in this field. A six-week concentrated review .for prospective' RCA's will be I among the courses offered. Other courses are Fundamentals, Introductory Principles. Intermediate Principles, Introductory Cost Accounting. Advanced Theory. Municipal and | Government Accounting, IBM Accounting. Auditing. ro ALL GREETINGS tioldcn IIulc .Service? Station SEMINOLE OILS "Where the Best Cost Lest" 301 S.W. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-9253 "~~ .,,.. %  ,,,,. ^ ff —~*-i..—w-. C R E E T X H G.S,,,.. HOWARD BACKUS TOWING — LIGHTERING CRANE RENTAL 1201 N.W. South River Dr. — P. O. Box 681 Miami 4, Florida Yard Phone 3-5019 Residence Phone PL 7-1042 MIAMI 4, FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR from the Foremost Photographers of the South %  „ rM* V 252 EAST FLAGLER STREET in the Roper Building PHONE 3-8617 A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL William H. Lockward ^our Hialeah Councilman 290 W. 50th STREET HIALEAH. FLORIDA GREETINGS Circle Realty Commercial — Residential — Acreage 60 Certits Parkway, Miami Springs, Flo.-on the Circle Phone 88-6446 Residence 88-7766 S. D. "Vcss" Cisco, Registered Broker lUDY ADLER |34 Alton Read Motives and frieads r,"PPr Nrw Yeor If I r I N C S ••MAR, INC. ST0M CABINETS |' Fixtures, Kitchens PN M0 7 3214 'COMMERCE LANE TO MIAMI UPM KM TEAR V. DEEGAN *' Esfote Broker fKAYNE BGL'IEVARD Irhcne 81 "226 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS A'MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR BEX .11 HI: JUFFE AUCTION OUTLET 931 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-8373—HI 8^6757 A HAPPY NEW TEAR TO ALL OUR FRIE\DS AND PATRONS Hand Miox Elvnutu Salon AIR-CONDITIONED 1273 S.W. 22nd STREET MIAMI Phone 3-0520 Rose Muller, Owner GREETINGS LeJEUNE SERVICE & REPAIRS You Break 'Em We fix 'tm Expert Mechanics 1790 N.W. 42nd AVENUE Phone 64-5641 TO ALL : A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Schnupp Manufacturing Co. 617 N.W. 6th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 9-1845 JO ALL A MOST HAPPY NtW TEAR MRS. AIDA S. GREEN 61 E. 2nd STREET HIALEAH Wholesale Manufacturer* BEACH and GARDEN UMBRELLAS ALUMINUM — WROUGHT IRON MADE AND INSTALLED BY o CARUSO IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Rear of Aviation Building 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 64-6362 I-pASO'VS CAKT.NGS f El| NE CLEANERS W Workman,*;, Y' tm Service *.!. 4th AVENUE "A***. H0RIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS Max Oresd King's Shoe Rebuilders We Rtmodel &' Rebuild Shoes Dry Cleaning & Laundry "The> Best tm theBeach" 1679 ALTON.ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Phone JE I 9487 GREETINGS FROM Orange Blossom AMERICA'S FINEST FRESH FRUIT JUICE Ask Teer MHe-Ailr Tew Greeer A LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETE SB 00 DINNERS and up NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND' PATRONS Try Our Famous Whipped Cream Pies 25c TYLER'S RESTAURANTS • LI R •. ••' %  •,.. Ot i r ON •n ; '.' .1 -n Op*" 24 Hour* an S i.rn Till 2 .i -n. % % %  .I PARKING • AIR CONDiTiONED 1560 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY CORAL GABIES



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LEGAL N0TIC1 r cE UNDER FICTITIOUS P CE N AME LAW •Vee/rcf. n^ r M^*h%m IK IS HKHKRY GIVEN that ,.' lletllioUS ll- "'• %  "f "^HY-TIIK-HliA. Si IMS intend; to .. name with ">•• 1 k f P" court % %  Dad. counts, i N vrsTMi:VT COMPANT lor Applicants i-i"-" ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E |S HEREBY OIVEN that Mgiied, desiring I" • ngagc In u „ ( l,i tli'' fictitious name of lOSEIlLl), al 1722 W. Flagler _,,,,,,]. ,. ri :'I-IIT said name Clerk "i the 'in ult Court of untv, Floi Ida, r NATALIE LAIEER 1-30 CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW r, is HEREBY GIVEN tli.it reigned, desiring to engage In undn the fictitious name of I'NPKlKS. HI 2620 N W. 27th Intenda i" register said name Clerk of the I'lrcult Court of u „|. Florida. CARMINE J. DESIDERIO INVEWTMENTN EMIGU, at ill's DaPonl Building lnNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi.undei slnn..rl, desiring t,, bualness undei the nt i11.. %  u %  EQUITABLE I E tends to registei aald names'with the Clerk of the circuit Court ,,f D ;I ,|,. County, Florida, M1TCHBL KRAMER MONROE DIXON Attornos foi Appllcanl I ,' oral Wav 9/23-0 — 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,,! BEACOM BAR, at :. Bearoni Blvd., Miami, Intends to register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. CHRISTIAN REICHERT Sole owner KKSSI.KIt \QARS Attorneys for Applicant 17R2 W. Flagler St. :• L'.!-30 — 10/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v NAME LAW N"M. i: is HRRKBY OIVEN that ''• """"' Urned, desiring ,„ ,. K 1K "', II'nrr,.'";• v'x.v!'" ""ou name of •' I i HI: OYMNAHICM. ,,t 1219 ti, St., Miami Beach ntenos to register said nam, with the Clerk of ,. • u.t o„,t 0 f Had, •,,„„,,, Hortda Do.v\ u w NELSON Tm.oiM.H,, rv,';."; % %  Will,":: iV', 1 """" ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fR is HEREBY <;i\'KX thnt reigned, 'I' llring to engage In umlrr the fictitious name of iNM PALS, at 28W Collins itemls '" register said name i Clerk of the circuit Court of untv, no i I i KSTKI I.K TRAISTKR KKltoNS 1 >N for Appllcanl mi iiMc p. ;-n N-OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTICR IS HRRKBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN I.AMICOMPANY at 37.VI N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend, to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. EDWARD N CAVERT HILDUR L. CAVERT HARVEY U. KLEIN 701 liist-ayne Building Attorneys for Edward N. Cavert and Hlldur L Cavert 9/23-30 — 10/7-14 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 40 FOR DADE COUNTY, BA. IN PROBATE. No 38233 A JESTATK lE leu TRAC VNN'l '. Deceased JOTICE TO CREDITORS iditorsand All Persona Hav-9/23-30 — 10/7-14 v tgalnst Said land i. are ho.-.-l.v .in i required to present an\ ami demands which you, or of you, hav< against .the cf RNKIt'H TRACANNO, dalate -I M u lleach. Dade Florida, IO tin. Honorable l'.ill. County, and in their office in the otirthnuKp in Dade County, ill nilar months the flrsl publication Bsl demands to ftst legal address of the claimb and presented iR o rill ini, MI red fctta ISO f tinits] Probate %  vtenihcr I.'.th. AD 1935. lr.i.vv.'.i .t: TK vc IN NO, BxerufrlN of l.ust Will and %  lament of PSVRICU TRACANNO, I N-, .a.-ed. |B8 0ERTLER f"i KM. utii\ • 1" T-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRKBY OIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TANR08H SI PI'DY COMPANY. it 1075 N.W. 71st Street, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc County, Florida. aBORQE ROSEN FIELD SIDNEY EPRONBON Attorney for Applicant Bhorctend Hidg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW tii^V.nT'V* P ? R 5BY OIVEN thai lie undo!„,„„! Hearing to engage ill vV ,„ l[ : NTIN(: SERVICE vi. nth Btreet, Intends to register %  "•' me with the Clerk of the ci, •" Court of Dade County, Elorida MORTON U.11^S ES „V,'",',','" V f( A i'i'ii'^t NJ Blacayns Muildlng LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that tlie undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam. pi JEAN HARPER, IMPORTS, al mi I.in,,In lload. Miami lleach, Kla., In'' nde io %  .,|,| name with the f lerk of the Clri uit Court of I lade County, i-'iorid.i. JEAN HARPER, INC. Bj MARILYN BURKE, Prea BOLDMAN <;i)l,DSTi;iN Attorneys for Registrant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIKRKHY (1IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in v !R.2 n i er „ ,h "'-'Hious name or E£ V I?.A.nt naUe-Commonwealth Building, Intends to reglater sald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counts. Florida DAVID DR, %  ?K X ER IAN ^'^ """ %  •jz&KJr X a,han r> v ,, ITICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY. A. IN PROBATE. No. 3294-A E8TATE HI" OdLLIER, I'., ,-,,| 1 .i!i,i All r. i sons li,o 1 Demands Against said in,I .. h ,.f ,,,, ..,,-,. hereby 3,1,1 '• %  !' red t,. presenl am and di hlcb you, or W >", maj have against the DA N \ n iLLIER, d., eased Him 11 ion County, Ohio, to the P"' Count> Judges of Dade l-i'i fil< thsame In their oftse IN inn Court house In %  Klorldn. within elghl IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36171. B In Re: ESTATE oh ISABEL Sol.AH, formerly known as ISAI1K1. H KATZ and IRABELLE KATZ, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona II.ivuig claims or Demandi Against Bald Estate: Von. and each of jrou are hi notified and required to presenl .my Claims and demands which Sou. or either of vou. may have against the t itate of IK ABEL H. f-.i.AK. formerly nown as ISABEL B, KATZ and ISABELLE KATZ. deceased late of Dade County, Klorlda, lo the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and lo be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Section 733.is of the i4". Probate Ai I Date September l!'th, AD. 1M JOSEPH w SOLAR As Administrator of the Estate <>f IRABELLE B. SOI^R, formerly known as ISABEL II. KATZ and IRABELLE KATZ. Decea SHAPIRO AND KRIED Ii> HERBERT R SHAPIRO Attorney for Administrator C.T.A. 120 Lincoln Koad. Miami Beach, 1 la. i/n-u — io 7-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTBCE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in n'JSSSf undpr ,h *' Bctitlous name of %  A IH s BAR, at 4:n s.W. IJnd Ave intends to register said name with tire lerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^*.o_ J ULIL'S J. CHAONUT KES8LER A CARS Attorneys, for Applicant I7M W. Flagler St. K/26 — 9/2-9-1S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181,918 JACK QREENSPOON and ,"""" l,y he date ..f ti,,. HARRIET QREENSPOON. his a NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1827J3 CHARLOTTE IRIS iUMS. Plaintiff, ROBERT GEORUE BCNIS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT OEORQE MINIS c/o Iris Drug Company, Jewelry Department Kalmouth. Massachusetts You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required BTVe i copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, NORMAN II GOLDSTEIN, 1 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 3rd day of October. 1955. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published one* each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH ELOKIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of August, A.D. 1955. E. H. LEATHERMAN, 'Ink. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida By R. H. RUE. JR. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk /s-t>i-n wicatlon hi reol Said claim-, '"' N ;> lain the legal adind lo be sworn "V" 1 Id, o: SB Hi I..I ,,',:''" ; in A D. I95B. %  LEON \ EPSTEIN K V I ii tdmlnlstratot |; j A oi Mi. Estate of 'AN K M'l.XN Km II. i.% or C.T A I" T-II UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Eli? HE Rtt ? v OrVBN that ragned, ileslring to engagi In JMer lb., fictitious name ... "1. ILLCSTRATIONJL at _jBuilding. Miami, hloriria, l name with the PfcrMa > '""" "' D dl PILBERT it SIEBELI8T feur?. ""'"• : ""' r !" "• '• SCHtiCLTZ J •'!'• owner PA,S— %  H :E NI R F| CTITIOUS NAME LAW ELL 8 HEREBY OIVEN that %  g to engage In LKrta: • etfi 'oi iTiv ,." u,l us name of >rii2. ; 'Miami, Florida. name with the H fourl of IJ.de w!iiVV A M r, n ""':"M SANi : l! "ECTStMI tLKN .o C AT TRIMBUI II, llori.la ^Ofc. OVJST BROS k> | 1} the flfsr. Plaintiffs, ROBERT M WILSON, et als, i defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ItoltER'l' M. WILSON, a single man, and. If married, WILSON, his wife, secreting himself within the State of Elorida from service of process, last known residence and address 7.136 S.W. I'lsl Street. Miami. Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you to foreclose a mortgage held by the Plaintiffs on the following described properly: lt IS) Klnek "II", of CORAL TERRACE, a subdivision of part of the S', of the SU of bfectlon 2, Township 54 South. Range 40 East, as i>er the recorded Plat thereof. recorded In Plat Hook 14. at page 57, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; together with the improvements thereon situate. In which you claim a" Interest, and you are required to serve a cop} of your answer or other pleadings upon HENRY M. CAIN. Attorney f"i Plaintiffs. 25!0 West Flagler Bl Miami. Florida, on or before the mth day of October. 1H5.'>. and file the original ft same with the Clerk of II cult Court on or before such date, otherwise the suit will be t.iken .is confessed by you. DATED al Miami. Dade County, Florida this 7th day of September, 1955. K. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court By M. C GREEN. Deputy Clerk 9/9-U-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35624B In Re: ESTATE OF OSCAR DI'.LFIN, also known as BHAYA DELF1N, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against Bsld Estate: Vmi. and each of you are hereby notified and rnfuired to present any claims and demands which you. OJ either of you, may have BgaiDSl the estate of • OSCAR DELF1N, a/k/a SHAYA OELPfN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida', to the Honor.,1,1. County .ludges of Dade County. snd file the same In thenoffices in ilie Count) Courthouse In Dade couni\ Florida, within eight calendar months from th.date of the first publication hereof, said claims or d-mands to contain the legal address ,,f the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or Same will be barred. See Section 733.16 Of the i!ic Probate Act, Date August 1, A.D. 1W. HERBERT S. SHAPIRO ROBERT I. ACHOR As Administrators of the Estate of 08CAR DELFIN gj/k/a SHAYA DELFIN i ssed, SHAPIRO and FBIED Attorneys for Administrators 450 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. • 9/11-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictRIOUl name of HOME FURNITCRE WAREHOUKE, %  it tit N U Nth Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register SSld name with the ( lerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida rt„r. ANN '' : BTBR, Sole Owner DAVID DRCCKER Attorney fr Anne Hyer 701 Congress Building. Miami, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d. -suing to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI-FLORIDA F'ASHION COUNCIL, at HI N.E 3rd Avenue. Miami, Fla Intends to register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. MIAMI FASHION COUNCIL A Florida non-profit Corp. SHAPIRO & FRlBU Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd. 9/L'-!<-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREI1Y GIVEN thai the mid. i signed, desiring lo engage in business under the fictitious name of FILM ART. at 1126 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida TELEVISION FILM-ART SERVICE. INC., a Florida corporation, Sole Owner I'AI.I.OT. SILVER \MILLOV 101 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorneys for Television Film-Art Bel vice. Inc. 9/16-23-30 — 10/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STAR COATED FABRICS COMPANY, at :•'• N.W. tth 8t, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. WALTER SCHAFTER I %  •16-23-SO LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CAPITOL DISTRIRFTORS. LTD.. at li.".7 N.W. Mnd Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerfi of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WINE CORP. OF* FLORIDA, a Florida corporation, sole owner ARONOVITS, ARONOV1TZ ; CAIDIN Attorneys for Wine Corp. of Florida 472--16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SAMS TEXACO SERVICE STATION, at ."'111 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Cofhty. Florida. SA.M LOOCNOW, SobOwner DAVID M GONSHAK Attorney for Applicant 7114 BTsca) ue lildg. 9, J-s-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the Fictitious natne ,,f .ART MAYER PHOTO STUDIOS, al tit :fluh Sn.et. Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ART NAVER, Sole Owner DAVID M. Ci INSHAE Attorney for Applicant 704 Bisvavne Bldg. 9/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In, business under the flctit Us.name of IN'DFSTRIAL PHI Cllol/OGK AL SERVICES OF THE SOUTH, at 31S0 Coral Way, intend to rigisl,r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County^FloHda. CHARLES STENGER WALTMAN & COHEN Attorneys for Applicants 1)02-04 Congress Bldg. 9/1-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jmist>narkUati solicits your legal noticss. W appreciate your patronage and guar ant ee accurate service at legal rates • Phone 2 4366 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hst the undersigned, desiring lo rnc buslhesi i.nib i the fictitious name of LEW KAHHIONH o|MIAMI BE .'"H and Mills RtTINHTEIN FI'RS, In tends to register said name wilhJB* Clerk of ihisrt wwR —r*oritt of Dad. Count y, F'loi Ida LOUIS REIN8TEIN GEORGE .1 IAI.IANOF-F Attorney for. Applicants 16-23-3S — 10/7 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-43CC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that business undei the fictitious na AUTOMATIC GAS CO., al I3S Tth Avenue. Miami 50, and IS60 N.E Ivea Dairy Road, Dade County, iulendi u> register said n.ife wll the clerk of the Circuit Ci.uii of Dade County. Florida. GAS SERVICE C< >RI'OR I A Florida Corp. MYERS. HEIMAN K KAPLAN Attorneys for Appllcanl 650 Seybold Bldg. 9/16-23-30 — 10/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name of DAISY'S ORIGINALS OF MIAMI and ORVIETO CREATIONS, si 11 N.W. 7th Street. Miami intends to re sai.i name w-iiii the Clerk of the Clr cult Court of Dade County, Floiiia DAISYS ORIGINALS, INC. A Fla Corp. MTER8, HEIMAN & KAPLAN HO Seybold lildg. Attorneys for Applicants 9/16-23-30 — 10/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREMY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious IUU SIMPSON'S AI'TO SALES, at *T. E. Okeeehol.ee Road. Hhtteah, inten reglmer Knld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ROI!F;itT. BIMPaON HENRY RILD IRVING Si'lin.M.w J Lincoln, Road Attorneys' for Applicants K-lfi-il-30 — 10/7 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. "FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 182836. BERTHA WEISSMAN AND MAX WEISSMAN. Plalntlffe vs. AMELIA DODDRTDGE, RICIIARO HOU8EWORTH, BENJAMIN DoDDRIDGE, MAXINK MOORE, THOMAS "ICTHRIE. KELSIE IU.MKY, THOMAS & ANNA LEM.MONS MRS. MAMIE SI'AHR. CARRIE MICHAEL. AGNES I a .DDIUDO.H THELMA MAYBERRY. MRS. L. L. BEELER, HAZEL WEEKS, ET AL. i lefendants To: Above defendants and their unknown hairs, devisee*, lagageej or grantees, and any and ail pe having any claim and all pe claiming any light, title or Interest in and io tbe lands herelnaftei scribed, situate in Dade Countv. Florida, to wit: Lot IS, Block 1S1 of Htaleah 12th Addition, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in I'lat Rook N Page 107. of the Publli Recordi of Dade Countv. Florida. All of whose residences are known or unknown v.,u are notified that has I,,.. 11 i.roiigiit against you nj tba and Mas W.-i-11 to qulel title to the above described property. Vou are ordered lo serve s cop] or \-aa Your son drives a borrowed ear l hw covered by your automobiU liability inturanceT Arthur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE *>-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. Firs* Street IwrnxN Hit TtAVHBIS. Hortfofi



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9 r 23, 1955^ 'Jaku&ak* PAGE 9 A Kricnsky Weds Cubrow L m double ring ceremony L P m p of her uncle and aunt, fSTs J Spector, 1824 ve Miami, on Sunday, !i* MrAnn Kriensky. r0 f Mrv Jenny KriensKy | laliBarnett Kriensky. 39 L ,ve Coral Cables, forf Maiden. Mass., became the David Lawrence Dubrow, '%„, Mrs. Jack Dubrow. J \ v Rabbi S. M. Machliated Lan was Larry Phillips. KonorwasLee Walters. Jin marriage by her mother l]e the bride wore a bailerW bridal gown of scalloped hantillv lace and sheer gosnylon'tulle over lustrous tatin. The traditional long l ail i i e featured a softL ( i tu. • scooped neckline the scalloped lace, bouf-t consisting of billowy panalternating hand clipped |v lace and pleated tulle. Ladpieci of chantilly lace Custed with shimmering seL| (ash i ed in a scalloped ledged in tiny pearls with lp double illusion veiling. Irrird white orchids on a bride is a graduate of Mal%  h Sen K>I and a member of GableJewish Center. tubniu received his dipolma |No Vuik State University kisvillr. N V and at present pding thf I Diversity of Mia reception at her uncle nt's home, the couple flew nuda for their honeymoon. Jheir return, they will live antillane ave., Coral Gables. York Kites le Charles Seligs |: II.,.. Country Club in Briarnor. N.\ was the scene of pt. 11 garden wedding unitaaor Carol Schrier and .Selig. Jr. I bride, daughter of Mr. and Arthur Schrier of Yonkers, (rtyof Miami Beach, is grander of Mr and Mrs. Louis of 1210 Lenox ave., Miami [Her father nave her in marbridegroom is son of Mr. r.. Charles Selig, of Larch[NY Erwin Hoffman of Ann" Mich, the tormer Marilyn an ot Miami Beach, was mabf hjm: Adele Ornstein of fork v.j n aid (if honor, and S Selig was bis brother's tan. couple will honeymoon in |!and. (",., and will reside in* Mile 7**v Ardninre *n. OaWrf L Oahrew SDT Alumnae to Meet Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae League will begin the fall season Tuesday evening, September 27. at the home of Mrs. Morton Grant. 8858 Byron ave. The meeting is primarily to introduce new members to the group and acquaint them with the activities of the organization. Formulation of programs fof this year's meetings is also to be discussed. Robert dropper Bar Mitzvah Robert Cropper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cropper. 644 SW 14th ave., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Sept. 24, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. In accordance with this Sabbath, designated as the Sabbath of Repentance, he will speak on "Return O Israel Unto Your God." The Bar Mitzvah will conduct the Mussaf services and will read the complete Sabbath portion from the Scroll. Robert is an eight grade honor student at the Academy. He is a member of Bnai Akiva. Following the services, Kiddush will be held at the Academy in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Hialeah Sisterhood Schedules Social Mrs. Leon S. Eiscnman. president of the Sisterhood of the Hiatab-Miami Springs Jewish Center. announces the first of the Center's community-wide socials of the new ; season on Monday night, Sept. 26. Co-chairman of this affair is Mr. i Raymond Lord. Herman Farrer will act as master of ceremonies for the dance. Refreshment committee will be cb-chaired by Mrs. Gertrude Beck and Dave Sacks. Hostesses for the games room will include Mrs. Yetta Gelvan Mrs. Millie Fox, Mrs. Gertrude Alexander and Mrs. Raymond Lord. NS= Mrs. Esther Cuchill (right) greets her sisters-in-law. Mrs. Bess Cooper and Mrs. Leah Levy, for the first time at an Algiers hotel reception last week. Mrs. Albert Rakoff was hostess. \ ) *. Charles Mi§ \g&" ;"''• Bnd4l, Flags for Hillel House B'nai B'rith, Flamingo Chapter of Hialeah, will present an Israeli flag to Hillel House on the University of Miami Campus Friday evening.' An American flag is being presented by the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women at the same time. Dl IJ


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?AGE 4 A +Je*lsl>f***#*' ? fJewfst! Meridian Published avery Friday sines 1927 by tha Jawlsh r pridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida E-tered ai second-class matter July 4, 1930. at the Poit Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 187*. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity • rd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldw de News Service, National Editerial Association, Amerlean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida P-eaa Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth She* Telephones 2-1U1-2-8212 ian *J**B^JB^ZWA'r: S U B S C P • T I 0 N AT %  S On. Year M-00 Two Year. -. isoFriday. September 23. 1955 Volume 29 ~ Numb 38 Tishri 7. 5716 On the Eve of Yom Kippur Sunday evening at sundown marks the commencement of the observance of Yom Kippur —the Day of Atonement. The awesome holiday comes ten days after Rosh Hashona; the period between is traditionally referred to as the "Ten Dcys of Penitence." Kol Nidre, the opening prayer, is shrouded in mystery. Some scholars have traced it to the days of the Spanish Inquisition and the Marranos—those Jews who outwardly rejected their faith but who, in secret, vowed their irrevocable identification with Judaism. Thus "Kol Nidre," meaning "all our vows." came to be interpreted as the Jew's solemn Testament an unbroken covenant between himself and God—a denial of his open acceptance of other religious beliefs in the name of cvoiding the Inquisition. Other scholars point to the Jewish prohibition against taking oaths. In this sense, Kol Nidre symbolizes Diaspora Jewry's compromise of Judaism and the individual Jew's need to adapt tc the alien world in which he lives. On the eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol Nidre prayer in this regard serves the purpose of reaffirminq the precepts of traditional Judaism -of spiritually reieasinq the Jew from such secular vows that he had been made during the preceding year and that had violated the letter of Jewish law. Musicologists tend to deny the Marrano theindicating that the musical structure of Kol Nidre is considerably older than the Inquisition in point of time; while several modern authorities question the relationship between c~:hs and traditional Judaism. Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre. the prayer sets the tone for the most awesome of Jewish holy days. On that day, the "book" is sealed." Man has cleansed himself to the rest of his ability of his past errors, and he looks forward to a year in which he will live in reace and contentment. May we add our voice to this prayer. May we hope the Hebrew Year ;716 brinas for Jewry and humanity at large that security which is the initial step toward spiritual fulfillment. During The Week. %  V LIO MINDLIN At least a dozen months ago. i u swimming pool with noted actor' I „ihi."Vi? ed "of,|_ behind us was Mr. Adler's former „ c^ ler ; fclaxJj I talked about many thinis-^hieflv amo" ? [***** I never cease to rave.* relationship to Mr. Ben Hecht Mr. Adler's views on Hollywood are. I suppose My contrariness in Joining the bandwagon has !" C0 mn "*L delusions about Hollywood's artistic merit onehi "^1 to examine the annual outpouring of movie trash i • Hal conclusion. Rather it emerged from Mr \dler o n **l statements, which colored all his observation! Th^J for me our discussion of Israel and the political C fl attending her establishment moiemem,,! I decided that Mr. Hecht s autobiography "AruuM tury. might put me straight. For Mr Hecht .nciude n f-JH section devoted to his participation in the activities ri Ik.i Leumi here. There was much procrastination on m treme youth. I recall reading w.th great pleasure ihTa. Bruga." But Mr. Hecht has never been counted a!L heroes, and the prospect of wading through upward of 5Mi biography seemed staggering—perhapmore than could L anyone who merely entertained suspicions about an arw, quenco. • ••• ILLUSIONS AS THE PRODUCTS Of H0PI 1 I have found "A Child of the CenturV a revealing bo*' Adler. Mr. Herht also suffers from the exaggerated phrase aesthetic sensibilities .abound everywhere, and frequent the "more M'ene®ajnst than sinning" artist sum up ieasily deniable conclusion. 'See what a great man am P All biographies have this inherent "great man" oWl their authors' e-*tial motivation Rut there is fortuiatrhi deal more in Kr Hecht's book than that In order to read I on Israel with any kind of understand,n-. one must that the Irgunyea?something other than a "terrorist"<** must come to look at the Irgun through Mr Hecht'< eyesafl collected effort orrlhe part of Jews to die—and to achieve—Sg If this was an anti-Zionist position because it flew in, Zionism's passive acceptance—one which earned for Sir, opprobrium of many "respectable" Jews it was also intiB— anti-Great Britain and anti-Franklin Delano Roosevelt It is Mil latter point of view that I find most exciting not atonthrife clasm but also for its pithy disenchantment It is difficultH| of illusions, for they are the product of our deepest hopes," Heehtr "They need no fact to feed on Worse, fact can them." But, apparently, a number of things did disillusion Mr. L far as FDR is concerned, and these he lists with gusto. TVrel anonymous Mr. W. affair. A jovial Jew who spoke EntftM heavr accent. Mr. W. was accepted into the bosom of the I family. Softs Eijfl|, John. James and Franklin. Jr.. and dawk* all railed h^n Rpp|y. Mr W visited, ate and slept at the Wshj and contributed bjeavily to several Roosevelt campaign*. day he gathered his courage to discn-s ,. ith the Presidentf massacre of the Jaws, Mr. Roosevelt ireoorted to have don't want you to talk about Jews to me Now or ever. II to listen to any Jewish wailing." NOT A POLITICAL CUMBER BUT A JEW "Watch out for Pon-v." fh> Preidet ...heaosjattfrr %  m*v turn out to be another Goldman M r Hwht 'hen rtartll Goldman affair—one to which Joenh>is Daniel ^is fadei reference rhi*f financial barker of Mr >'-nseve't' a !" "* 1 govemorshiD of New York. Goldman witcbd sides i w* "lection "It was not Goldman, a political climhr. who hstj Roosevelt," Mr. W. later explained "It was Goldman. U in th" face of the fact that FDR surrounded hinHf Jewish advisors it is difficult to accent the theorv that f Hatred In Europe were all Goldman* for the ven Roosevelt But other tales are denied le easilv. In the I Mr. Hecht told underground Iretin leader Peter B^***. should ret President Roosevelt to inform the Gfrman '"T keep on killing Jews they'll be held responsible and a, ""3 nala B*r.son. who insisted that the r S. had "'^rJL Pact ith Britain on the future of Palestine as a J *"\ v gj thit Washington and London had Ions aco decided toscotca efforts in the Near East, nonetheless ncquiesed. David Nile*. Roosevelt's chief secretary and a J '* r> ^ ( informed them that the President would not make a j a statement denouncing the Germans for the massacre There is the storv relating to the Rumanian eovenv to release *vtj thousand Jews. includinP ten tno" % %  oavnvmt of fiftv dollars apiece. ••We don't ant toJ Jews." a Rumanian official said, "hut we would^ k '" thf a1 Rumania before the Germans come i" and start si^ ^^ i •—. %  • wwswsvi ins.\t-i i-'iisa nnw %  %  ?.• •.. giving us a bad name." The fiftv dollars for ^cn *r" r ram -. expenses of shipment to Palestine Off went ^ r '^J,ri* to se.v the assistance of th* President a"d the Mat -^ denied there had been such an offer The tru'n -j % veers later bv Hennr Moraenthau in "Colliers^ jos.a Devils Chemist" and Ira Hirscbmann in "Lifeline to .^ The State Department, directed bv ^-^ s J ud ^ message secretly reassuring the Arab leaders, i m %  ^ j|fla To Ibn Saud went a special letter allayin* his lt !" ariM \ fi*\ manian Jewish refugees into Palestine Thus_ accu ^^ ^ no decent American could imagine that the A |pp|ff sl|J eould let seventy thousand Jews be butchered • ^ For. together with Britain's Lord Moyne who i r" uld the X* of trouble for his beloved Empire in Palestine snv ^Jl there in numbers and should a Jewish arm> CeMbMied • *••• A



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SAILOR BRAViS fa TO MIAMI ^^m^hMGimMam MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday, September 23. 1955 Section B THE ANCIENT SHEKEL IN MODERN TIMES [t Yourself tah Workshop and faculty of the Hefclemv will meet at the of the Blackstone hotel evening to construct a nd to ct first hand inj n all phases of the Htich will he celebrated iv. Oct. I. through )ct. 9Mrs. Alfred Stone, parenjamin. an Academy stubc hosts for this special ; to Mrs. Moses H. ue, program chairman, nar will feature instrucdnnonstratioM in Suerations, arts and crafts, holiday dishes and laws ms regarding the buildSuccah. in the discussions will nder S dross, principal, ew Academy. Rabbi Morhtz. dean of students. Mrs. luer and Sol Kurtin. am Pell Solkoff. newlyresident of the Academy's^ i that a series of workplanned to cover all llidays and festive occathat thi> feature of PTA educational High Holy Day Israel Bond Appeals Off To Fast Start; Hirsohmann Slated Here fro Hirschmann chase of bonds on Yom Kippur. The Greater Miami campaign was kicked off on Rosh Hashona when Torah Temple of Miami Beach sold more than $100,000 in Israel Bonds on the first day of the New Year. Rabbi Abraham Cassel told a capacity attendance at the Rosh Hashona services that "your loan to Israel will enable her to continue strides towards economic independence again threatI ened by the growing needs of the Jews in North Africa." At Homestead, the Jewish community sold an additional $6,000 in Israel Bonds. Yom Kippur appeals are scheduled at Beth David, Beth El, Beth Tfilah, Coral Gables Jewish Center, Flagler Granada Jewish Center, Israelite Center, Miami North Shore Auxiliary No. 677 Hebrew School and Congregation. received two donations this week. N rth Shoi e Jewlsh Center. TiferMr. and Mrs. Abe Ehrenreich pre* th Is rae Northside Israel. Torah sented a Bible to the auxiliary for 'Temple, West Miami Jewish Centhe High Holy Days. Mr. and Mrs.| t er : Zamo r a Jewish Center KneBen Weissman donated ritual flags' seth lsraeI and Betn Ra P hael Dade County's High Holy Day lions adopted at last week's nationappeals for the sale of State of Is-' al mobilization conference in Washrael Bonds will reach their climax! ington pledging the sale of $35,000.Monday when some 15 synagogues; 000 in Israel Bonds during the baland temples will ask for the pur-' ance of 1955." JWV NEWS JWV Auxiliary Receives Gifts Ira Hirschmann. outstanding author and businessman, will make the principal appeal for bond sales at Coral Gables and Zamorah Jewish Centers, with the rabbis of most of the other congregations in charge of the sales efforts. Hirschmann is now president and owner of WAFB-FM, a unique radio station dedicated to the prcs entation of good music. Trained in music at Johns Hopkins University and the Peabody Institute of Mu sic in Baltimore, Hirschmann was the founder of the renowned New Friends of Music, Inc., a non-profit organization offering annual series of chamber music and liedcr concerts in New York City. His frequent visits to the capitals of Europe and the Middle East gave him a background that proved invaluable during World War II, when he was appointed Spescminar is the in honor of their daughter. Fay the Hebrew Koch, president of the Auxiliary. The High Holy Day appeals are,, cial Attache of the U.S. Embassy in proUnto Women CourseHere West Miami Auxiliary, No. 223 will hold a regular business meeting on Tursday evening, Sept. 29. in the West Miami Town Hall. according to Greater Miami bond chairman Jacob Sher, the "first means of implementing the resoluAnkara, Turkey, and special repre sentative of the War Refugee Board set up by President Roose A social meeting of the Coral, Gables Auxiliary No. 243 will be| hejd Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. aid P. Soltz. president of! Miss Faith Macnow will give dancBYith Women's Council ing lessons. Florida, has announced! • Council will sponsor its Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary ntation course for all No. 174 will turn over its regular mbers of the 12 chapters meeting night on Wednesday, Sept. B'rith Women in the 28, for a pre-national convention rally for all JWV Auxiliaries. At that time, assignments will be made for duties during the JWV' national convention on Miami Beach from Oct. 24 through 31. The rally will be held at 1946 West Flagler st. • • • Buddy Logue. fund raising chairman of the Coral Gables Post No. 243. reported this week that the MOTHER Of FAMOUS SONS iiami area. Hollywood and frdale on Wednesday cveI 28. at the Algiers hotel. Dltz will conduct a session dents other speakers will 'Irs. Joseph Morgan on "ip; Mrs Robert Kopetfund raising; Mrs. Fred I veteran-: Mrs Peter GlazjAnti Defamation League; Frank Wellins on B'nai Lillian Graham Will Head Women's Division of Miami Bond Campaign velt to bring thousands of refugees out of the Balkans. In 1946, Hirschmann was appointed Special Inspector General of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. He headed a mission to Turkey, where negotiations were consummated for ten million dollars worth of food for Turkey and Greece, and made tentative arrangements in Palestine for the immigration of thousands of additional displaced persons. Hirschmann was the winner of the One World Award in 1949. which entitled him to a trip around the world. In November of that year, he made a special trip to Yugoslavia to study political, social and economic conditions in that country and to confer with Marshal Tito. He served as special consultant for the Department of State and rendered a report to the Department which in part led to the development of current American policy vis-s-vis Yugoslavia. In 1951 Hirschmann was elected president of the Foundation to Insure the Future of Israel, visited Israel, and served as a liaison between the American Embassy and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. Out of Hirschmann's experiences in fighting Nazism and helping to formulate American foreign policy have come a number of books, of which the best known are "Nazism: An Assault on Civilization." "Life Line to a Promised Land," and "The Embers Still Burn." the last of which deals with the resurgence of Nazism in Germany. outh Organization; Mrs. I sa i e Q f movie tickets in conjunction Hillel; Mrs. William t j on w j tn wometco Theatres will pragramming; Mrs Ida be honored at the box offices of ipnilanlnrop.es; and Mrs. tne Car yy Miam j an d Miracle Theachansky on forum for bettres anytime from Sept. 25 through OcL 8. [Beach Policeman Cited for Courtesy Award to Leo Eisentein, courtesy committee chairman. Miller was nominated for the award, a $25 government savings bond, by Mrs. Minnie Lutsky, 927 Euclid ave., Miami of consideration beyond "f duty has helped Martin atrolman in the Miami Mice Department, to be week's winner of the each Chamber of ComDurtesy award, according Beach. Hrt. Lillian Graham MCE HOUSE lior Museum Home Exhibit Scheduled home is always cause for celebration, anywhere a whole row of new homes means a "*s of housewarmings. At least, that's so Junior Museum of Miami, which is located %  W Woman's Club building, 1737 North Pjnjor Museum will open its 1955-56 season V Piay of •Homes Around the World," ft* LiKk I h ouses fr m prehistoric era up to HKP g and even on nt0 tomorrow's u ,. enes of by inv 'tt'n only" Pre" %  with unveiling of a spectacular speoe amp Ch h s been **• b y the •nt IK an Ins ttute of Decorators, as VPU >Car s museum exhibits to indi Qs as ik re P res *ntatives of various orn-Draf,. museun which is a community ,biio or an '"tion, throws its doom open of 'he board of directors of the Museum, headed by Mrs. Henry O. Shaw, will beMm a receiving line for the first preview party, with Frank McConnell. director of the museum. Mrs M. A. Whitney, president of the Junior Museum Gild and president of the Miami Junior League, Mrs^ M. R Harrison. Jr.. along with Mrs. Harry L. Dobbs president of the Miami Woman's Club, and other officials concerned with the success of the museum. The Junior League of Miami started the museum in 1050 The Guild was*xeponsible for installation of the Planetarium at ttfmuaeum only such instrument m Houth Florida, and which was viewed last JeVr by approximately 40.000 school children. Members of the Miami Woman's Club" will be honored guests at the Sept. 27 preview. The first orevTew Sept. 26, will be attended by representatives frem *cSchool board, city and county d.gnitar.es tcThers and other persons whose special interests lie along the field of education and children's work. Appointment of Mrs. Lillian Graham, nationally known Jewish communal leader, as director of the women's division for the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, was announced Wednesday by Sidney Glazier, city manager for the Development Corporation for Israel. Mrs. Graham, a former president of ORT in New Haven. Conn., and in Detroit, is a past national vice president of that organization. She is a former vice president of the Council of Jewish Women in Detroit and served as chapter cochairman for education for Hadassah in the Michigan community. A former member of the community relations committee of the Jewish Community Council of Detroit, Mrs. Graham was for four years chairman of the speakers' bureau for Israel Bonds there. For many years, she has been a national speaker on subjects related to current Jewish problems. Mrs. Graham also is well known as a book reviewer on volumes of phychological problems and problems related to Jewish living. She served as national director of the women's division of ORT for four years. Mrs. Graham, who will maintain headquarters in the new Israel Bond office at 1544 Washington ave., has two sons who have achieved fame in the educational field. Eugene V. Ro.stow, her oldest son. is now Dean of the Yale Law School. Another son. Walter W. Rostow, is professor.of economics at M.I.T. and is author of "Prospects for Communist China, American Policy and Asia and Dynamics of Soviet Society." Abraham Malofl Gov. Collins Names Abraham Maloff Abraham Maloff, of Coral Gables, has been appointed a member of the Florida State Board of Social Welfare. Maloff's appointment, j announced here by Gov. LeRoy j Collins, is for District No. 9 of I Dade County. Maloff succeeds Miami Beach's Ben Shepard. Vice president and treasurer of Food Fair Stores of Florida, Inc.. Maloff has long been active in local civic and philantropic affairs. He is president of Zamora Jewish Center. Coral Gables, is a member of the board of Mental Health Society of South Florida and the Miami Industrial Development Committee. Community Singers Rehearse First rehearsal of the season for Miami Beach Community Singers was Thursday evening at the Community Center. J



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PAGE 2 A +Jmistrk>rkt*iti iSiw Greater Miami Prepares for Sabbath of Repentance Service aMas ^S31 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot Wlll (|lv Mitzvah. y^ cuss: 'Life Masjazlne's Portrayal „(! cred "> wiifc.2 Judiism." Paul, son of Dr. and Mrs | Conii Spiritual leaders in synagogue* and temples throughout the Creator Miami area will base their sermons on the Sabbath of Repentance as Worshippers usher in Frida> evening services lure Sabbat!) of Hi pentance falls on the Ten Payof Penitence between Bosh Hatboai and Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur will commence at sundown Sunday evening. Wltp the chanting of the ancient and traditional Kol Nidre. The I>. Atonement follows with prayers all day Monday. Yi/kor memorial services will be held on that day. MornKlein, Academy instructor, in a discourse on: Israel—Spiritual Force the Near East • • • ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8. Kol Nidre will usher in Yom Kippur serviceSun[CM day evening at 6:15. Rabbi ham Levitan Bar Mitzvah ceremony, which pre cedes the Daj of Atonement to he ushered in with Kid Nidre servSunday evening at 7. The Abra'-" ts Wl11 ,>0 h >,N •'' Shales Sen HIALE/.H • MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday i evening services at 8 Lester She-} nanie will officiate Yom Kippur will be observed with Kol Nidre services Sunday evening at 7. QtttSJl Rabbi M .' Friedman, of PL Pierce, Will officiate and preach on the topic: All Our Vows" Monday services commence at 8:30 a in Subject Ol Rabbi Friedman's aii preach on the topic: "The Historic Some Basis of Kol Nidre." Monday son selves ices are at 8. Yizkor will be at 11. Rabbi Levitan will preach on the topic: "The Psychological Effection of Contrition." People Improve ThornCantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy Monday services coin mence at 9:80. Vixkor will be at noon. Ira Her-man. author a n d newspaper correspondent, will r'a preI. That ii. Anacin contain* not ju.-l one l.ut a rombmation ot cally proven, active ingredients. entitle research has proved • r.nylt drug can |rive such strong yet •uch safe relief as Anacin Tablets. ^HOROWITZ, cuss the | at 4 p m Children's Yom Kippur services are at 3 p.m., with Rabbi skop. Cantor Robmson and Robert Sfrassburg officiating. HEBREW ACADJMY will bold Fridaj evening services al sundown Saturdaj morning sen are at K Yom Kipi ui wfll be uah ered in with sen icesSuodaj ning al 6 IS Re\ Aki will Ko| Nidre Guest -p> \cadexecutive director, In a dis course • rta Marai daj Monda; ervio an al H .' m with I K< %  i n., r officiating at Shachrith. Yizkor will be al 10:30 Guest speaker will be Rabbi flavor! Ec IT TIE IAKHS Of OVtM C I ISr (||S A[I li WsrtrlbatsKi by PALM DBTBBTJTQBE.I 14 Ifi 24th St. Mknnl 37. Flo. ^ Excitingly Different TasH 8 OZ. -^Bf] BBB*NI1W! CREAMED COTTACE CHEESE 8£SfO£ YOURgtlF.,. Ma the College of wrtJia y%i probUw? World's loroesf > sass % NsMCTIOM "it* Yaw CUitiSet MfKhq Hf Orkis Ofxt Nearest In" Member of I nol I rIt I FREE HOME DELIVERY GOREN'S BAKE SHOP 755 W. FlAGltR STtHT MIAMI, FLORIDA Wish All Their Friends A Happy New Yew EEENE rOUt FAVOIWf MOUDAY CAKl $ nsj MMD feahmaa: M0NIY CAKE SPONGE CARE CNAIAH V CHEESE J Telephone 3-5911 ..! MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL • AWIM AND >O A N IOC %  TlON S. J. In'ttlman sad M. Rephaii HEItEW BOOK STOII 417 WnkiHtM A... Mi.-i f^ek fween f,mrth mmi fifth $,. MWIEW REUGIOUS 83uBB gyiL" %  ** ^Hvet UM *'• Itr Hebrew Stheel, O'ICD loin 'SeAll CIEFIFICAFEI Prescription Specialists W0 UNCOUf ROAD '""•"• ""U-tf A—*. •**•• JE 17425 13W tlSCAYNE I0UUVARD Aejsjsj f„ m s 9mn HSJH MMei "UWTS' NISOIPTIOIIS nan CONTACT LENSU CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI Tne most valualle possession of Riverfiaf is'the good will of ttf families we serve. 1 Alt C*iee4 -ee Parijns) iveni MEMORIAL CHAPfl.*] •UNEKAt'DlEfCTOlS TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 1236 Washingt* Miami West Flagler ft 20th Ave. U Pkone JE 1-T7H • JE 1-3355 mB< m na-nfl 4.MOtlAlAMiUiaNCllt -^-> —• • JS %  — AKO T. KIWHAN, Funeral Director "Tin NIW 'VMK : 76lh Street sSd AlMUrd **t S SIPSIYH • BSIONX •. M* n%A *^m



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qaptember 23, lj JmUfe/tojy? issah Chairman Seeks Oversubscription to JNF Project ...„ r.rai* chanter coordinator of Jewish thus nvfrnhtrrini;..m. PAGE 5 B (iratz. chapter coordinator of Jewish this oversubscription "To riat* tr ee 8 for Hadassah, has a problem, distributed s,m? £j cJrtiSe,* 0 ^:??*, on y ,icfi„H siniDlv with meetins the ouota much hf.„r .K„_ vTl... mca,es We vc got to do Max I Fund trees mi iiuo !" n, %  inwuaua, Inot satisfied simply with meeting the quota i-56 have t" oversubscribe," theenthusiastic ,h leader explained here, "and it can be done have been receiving up until |f CI'IHIH"*--"'irding to Mrs. Gratz, all Hadassah group for JNF trees are hard at work to attain Kiperation we „,. continues." much better than that." Hadassah group chairmen include the Mcsdames aeli^ WcTne a r h; 2' ^l'> !"* F pSSTE M lirhmJ^u ^rah; fOchs, Mt. Scopus; M. Lachman Hannah Senesch; R. Ussen. Sbaloma I. R. Goodman; M. Lune, Chaim Weizmann; R Swis ko, Naomi; and E. Quartin. Torah. Organization in Miami Grows by Leaps and Bounds hew social organization for Turpose <>f getting single peohgether to meet new friends eh entertainment and social By, such as card parties. L and outings, has brought fconse from Miami Beach, Mi bnd the Greater Miami area excess of the expectations founders te than 300 people have inquiries about the Nation-. Lllowship League during the [five weeks, and most of haw become members to gatherings every week at Jpsidencc ol it> founder, Sam %  u well as at other places. jst major I unction has been fclcd for Saturday evening, 24. at the New Wofford i hotel grand ballroom. Millteach. "Although the first of the proportions of this ins planned for late in fciber. the unexpected re. of the public made it necto hold an event of major Sam Siegel proportions in a place where a large number of persons could be accommodated at the earliest possible time," Siegel explained. "Hie social will include an entertainment program of vocal Ists, ir School Gets meditation School of Miami Beach this received official notification [academic accreditation from Honda State Department of lion, according to Mrs. Ida fcirector of the school. jiing its 23rd successive J educational training here, hool has instituted many new pons for its fall term, Mrs. (veiled. ddition to its full academic ommercial curriculum for from the elementary through high and preparachools, the school will emstudies in music, art and (tics. These added programs under the guidance of instructors who have received accreditation under the new program. The Miami Beach school has also made extensive improvements in its library and in the kindergarten areas. A new" "canteen" has been built for students of the high school classes who will now be on a full-day schedule. The school is located at 1010 West ave., adjacent to Biscayne Bay, and is an approved member of the Private Schools Association of Dade County and the U.S. Attorney General's list of approved schools. 'Rumor Clinic' of Meeting Tropical Chapter 678, B*nai B'rith Women, held a "rumor clinic" Tuesday at a meeting in the Sovereign hotel. Guest was Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida ADL office. SALESMAN £ wants opportunity of earnings of $6,000 a year or | re with outstanding Jewish Sales Organization — \ quality leads, generous commissions and bonus, o rmanent. ESSENTIALS ARE ... A CAR AND A GOOD J TONALITY. For appointment call M0 7-2011 or $ pte P. 0. Box 367, Miami 44. s>^ + -^ *>*i lofcf Motel and Apartment MM Owners .. |0W IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE SEASON Come in and intoect our new fines of £ [lankois • Towels • Spreads We ore also prepared to till your orders if • Cannon Sheets • Bed Pads • Pillow Cases • Plast le Goods ond other items for the trade Miami Wholesale Corporation Jjf. 9th Street Phone 34731 C "* tl -' ft.pl. Fork* vaudeville, instrumentalists, [Pakcrs .and dancing. National fellowship League membership is made up of single people over the age of 25. Siegel first organized the club fa Miami in 1924 and it grew to a membership of several thousands. Siegel's business later made it necessary for him to move to ,New York City, where he started other clubs which are still in existence. December Opening For New Addition A December opening has been scheduled for the $1,000,000 addition to the Chateau motel, lMst st. and Collins ave. Opened uni^ a JiUwi more than two months, the Chateau's new wing will give the resort a total of 168 rooms. With the four-story building the Chateau will have a 350-foot ocean frontage and a depth of 450 feet. The Chateau's 100-room addition will have interior center hallways and two elevators, ft will be connected to the main lobby by a second floor overpass Besides the usual hotel-motel rooms, the building will include 118 oceanfront suites — featuring I sliding glass walls—and two-room apartment facilities. Every room will have a private balcony. The new addition also will have a 200-seat dining room and supper club which will have a revolving stage powered by electric motors. Managing director Sol Taplin said that the existing Champagne room, coffee shop, card and game rooms and television lounge were so constructed as to allow for the present expansion project. The Cfhrteau Is ownW'ond operated by Taplin and Arthur, Wek and^Gilbert Courjhon. IVDTI rrein nun REV. & MRS. B. 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8 ptember 23, 1955 -Jenlst, ntridttam tfion Officials Stress Need for Cash in Current Crisis PAGE 11B em need for cash to meet, ,, ,,i local agencies bv the Greater Miami Meration was disclosed briers i Federation We* I ids of persons who ients ol a variety b through Mt. Sinai HosfBureau of Jewish EHueaICenters and th Jewish Lvice are depending on br allotments t<> these Int winch are made possible Seemed pledges made in (,t Combined Jewish ApStanley C. Meyers, Fed nt. the all-embracing fund [in this community which EMM agencies, u well jilfa Home for the Aged .National Council of Jewtn, on the local scene, he A major portion of the ked here go to the United Appeal which has. for 17 Led relief, resettlement Jbilitation work in Israel, lie East and Europe. nrd sum of $1,250,000 has lerously poured into the j in 1955." said campaign Sam J. Heiman WednesImentinu on the urgency lualion. •However, a great [of pledges made wholedunng the campaign yet been redeemed." I Phillipirc:i-urer of the iMianu Jewish Federation, appointed overall chair [a county wide collection | be launched immediately holidays According to he area's businessmen and ders who serve on Federaard of governors and exIcommiltee will be called (spearhead the emergency other Federation offii statement concerning the need tor cash, Myers State ol Nrael today faces, Year with a multitude of |land problems. At this mo lights bitterly to achieve independence as she once |o secure statehood, in a hat is far from won. It disastrous If we who ed and encouraged the new ould hesitate in our supi ; port at this decisive time. "To protect the-, newcomers who have flocked to the shelter of its shores. Israel has found it necessary all summer to spend valuable dollars to import food to 250,000 immigrants. Every effort has been made to build — more housing, more settlements, more facilities— but the construction could not pro ceed faster than the funds arrived. "The blunt truth is the funds have not been arriving fast enough 245.00 of Israel's recent immigrants are still living in canvas tents and huts as the rainy season approaches. The truth is that help is needed now—and the form of that help must be cash through the United Jewish Appeal. "We have accomplished much in the past year. Our funds have carried Israel's war against shortages and homelessness to many victories. But there is so much still to be done." It was further emphasized by Federation officials that payments to the national agencies are conditioned by the amount of money I available in cash and that, to date. Federation has made only partial payments to most of the national organizations which have requested funds to send to Israel. Other important national groups j indicating they face a dangerous year-end fiscal situation include Pioneer Women, the Joint Defense 'Appeal, which supports the American Jewish Committee, and Antij Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. I the American Jewish Congress and many others. A total of $409,790 has been al1 located to the seven Greater Miami Health, welfare and educational agencies in the recent drive. Fol| lowing is a breakdown of these alj locations: Bureau of Jewish Education, $50,900; Jewish Home for the Aged, $55,500; Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, $119,000; Jewish Family Service. $41.000; Mt. Sinai Hospital. $140,000; National Council of Jewish Women, $2,390; and Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. $1,000. ... GREETINGS Beautiful Cut Flowers ICtrsages at Low Prices K0F7C GARDENS, INC D FtOWEffS BY WIKE WORLDWIDE Phone 65-4516 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Roy F. Woodruff Your Hialeah Councilman 73 EAST 2nd STREET HIALEAH. FLORIDA •tier Health Visit iho ni Health Institute I Diagnosis and X-Ray rf 1 Therapy Body fditioning Colonic rWmsCabinets and Massage 1 Biscayne Boulerard I p H0NE PL 7-7896 HOLIDAY GREETINGS from THE WILLIAM J. 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PAGE 14 A p Richards Reveals Faulty Memory H Of Noted Columnist David Lawrence > !*!<* nvrtttor By BERNARD G. RICHARDS Seven Arts letter in full it is :<• follows: "Dear Mr Richard!: Ahon i beean this column la< "Thank vou very much for Mav. 1 vni back to wrne ;meient letter of July 13 I do nol remfm 7',wii>i bintv bv writin" a Hjee '"''" eV( ,I.I i),i\ i.i i awrence, th rlUHn-hi'il W*hini?t><'" vvllH h N,,|i n ,, r ; "" 1 "iething (hat Rabbi Wise wrote in ber ever Goldberg Possiblj there isome confusion between the information T*S News and World Report. The sciiue book the name of which I do not r became timeiv beoouse -he h "" k lhe nwne "' ll,h ''" M( ,, ,,i,in m-oor „r M.i ,.,..-e IV( ;|11 M > recollection is thai Rah was then the suhieet of an illmnin, WIM **• M,m '' Sympathetic Wl then the suhieet of an illiimin pfino m-nfile hieh son pH in Nation and which was w ritten by Rdgar Kemoler. Mv article was called "David I wren re Once Hclned the Zionists." and it referred to some a*• '-tance which he was reoorted to h ve riven te. a Zionist delegation t went 1 VI diington in io*>i on b< hall oi our efforts for Jewish resettlement in Palestine. The work i %  this delegation was le.l i>\ the i-it and vivacious Abraham t;. Idberg, eloquent orator, prolific forceful writer, whose work lor Zion will lone he remembered. According to the report which was -uliseauentlv presented to a attention I gave orLginaH) to the Halfoiir Resolution during World War l He always gave me more credit than I deserve in connection with the \" • lean attitude Mj recollection iI never -poke t0 an> members ol Congaess about it at all Rabbi w ise may have as -umed that the subsequent appro*. al at the White House which came after I had written something about it. maj have heen some cause-and-efect relationship, but I don't think there iart] basis for that assumption flattering though it ma\ he "Rabbi Wise was a dear friend of mine and I know one or two ^ F~ i %  % %  %  •< *im i rvut'n tint* (II I W 11 meeting of the Zionist Organization times when I met him subsequent i>> Goldberg, this Influential, to that incident, he spoke of it havn. wspaperman was of help to thejing some effect, but frankly I '' %  l egation in making some con doubt whether it ha.I Anyway I tacts with men in public life who imagine whatever Mr Goldberg C. utld he of assistance said about me may have heen de Mr. Lawrence wrote to me on rived m some way from the inciJuly o to >ay that someone had dent of the story I wrnta at the sent him a clipping of my article time Ol (he Balfour Resolution I andI that while he appreciated "the make it a point never to become ,.!!!• ff h m T j "n UT lnvo,veSisIation with memten. he had no clear recollection herol Congress because I do not of any contact with either Mr Gold think it is the function of a new* b. rg or any other member of the paper,,,;,., and I have adhered to Zionist Organization. When I wrote teat rule ever smee coming, hack and explained all the circum Washington. That £ why Twa dances relating to the above comupset bj your statement which mittee and to the definite report placed me in .be positfon of riolat h '"' ll "'-"'l """> Mr Gold ,,,.• my own rule DAVID LAWRENCE." North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith sponsors presentation of American flags to new American citizens at naturalization ceremonies held in Miami Federal Court. Shown participating in the flag presentation are (left to right) Gilbert J. Ballcin, president of B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida; Miami Beach Councilman Melvin I. Richard; Jack it E. Afcert Pallet cihzenship chain^S vey Seeds Post Amer.can Legion NuH co Perez, newly naturalized citizen \S Greene, president. North Shore Lodq, B nth; and Aaron Wolf. ShownTL Rose-mane Perez, daughter of Mrs MJ Perez. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLOR IDA IN CHANCERY. No 1U2*4 JOSH I'A Z SI AIM.AN. Plaintiff. Mr Laurence verv courteous I' rote to me again While he had no clear recollection of all tin cumstances to which I referred, be iled his friendship with one IN THE %  d • Zionist leader namely, the late Dr Stephen S Wise, and • had wi '!> on the • ibject ol Ralfour Declaration Mi l LEGAL NOTICE Reception In Honor Warren Rernev •"Ten i w-ill be Mitzvah during Satun Sepl 24. ol Beth lion Warren is the son of Mr and Harold n. Berney, iR.-.5 sw 23rd t. i Warren ian eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School, where he is a member oi the chorus. He has been attending Beth Ha vid religious school for the past five years. The Berney-. will he hosts at Kid dush following the ceremony, with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiating A reception and dinner honor m;; Warren will be held Saturday CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNT; ...NCHASCERV No ?. 3 ?,. II I Z\1 IRXI H IV || i I ZV. NOTICE BY PUBLICM.ON I I.. 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Bptember 23. 1955 +Jeisiincrkito w [Renovation mi Scheduled j ^e National hotel, L avt .„ will revert back, fomanagcnieDl "in-ration fey,' in IMO. 'I m f Pfcfe by Harry Koretzky, 1 owner. also announced that he the famed Collins ave. [for a period of six weeks I B 1900 000 program of and refurbishing, which the National one of the Ljeis of the Lincoln rd. Ition i' the installation h C rn centrally controlled [ plant, present I ,.„• | in plete alteration* hv cockl lil loun je and UP y IS as well I,'.-,, repaii in the pool bo pianm d according to IreUky. wh > will assume If managin \ director when %  opens for the winter setlcio-o of the i resenl senWei will undergo a face Jogram which calls for the, (of 40 rooms which will total number of guest J to 160 and the complete [of th;' fa e of the hotel. far builder and hotel .man Eami Beach area. Koretzky [hotel m 1!40 and operatIjl the IS Army selected. knal as it^ administration iterfor this area during far II II has been out on \e the arm) turned it back I is a well known civic lid the inventor of many items which aided the lent during the war. He is fcr of the board of govcrue Greater Miami Jewish bn and the Home for the [secretary of the Hebrew and a member of B'nai him in the operation of onal hotel will be his son, Kho will serve as the mandor of the hotel. A gradIthe University of Miami [School of Hotel Adminispf Cornell University, he Berly associated with Grosind also operated the Willel on a summer lease. North Shore Sisterhood Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will celebrate a Yom Kippur night dance to be held in the social hall of the Center on Monday cvepj^. Sept. 2fi. I charge of the affair are Mrs.. Lawrence Weston. Mc* AJlan Ackt er and Mrs. Louis Gofd! The following evening, Tuesday.: Sept. 27, the Sisterhood will hold its first general meeting of the year. President is Mrs. Fred Jonas. P AGE 5 A Program vice president Mrs. Samuel Oguz will present a skit entitled, "Won't You Join Us, Alice?" Donee at Beth David ...Beth David-HHn's-ClUbXSisterhood and PTA will join in sponsoring a Yom Kippur night dance on Monday, Sept. 26, in the Beth David auditorium. Looking ahead and making plans for Nov. 1 when they take over the management of the National hotel which they built are Murray Koretzky and his father, Harry. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Welcomes inquiries concerning all types of loans—Commercial, Mortgage,* Insurance, Home Repair, Auto, and Personal. Reasonable terms and interest rates. LINCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS'CHOICE Rabbi Isaac Halavi 3-of Is:-/, ,., a special [Holy Day message ad%  ed b Am rican fewry, (•* urged hall pnrtici> w the sale of State of Development Tonds in Segues throughout the fncly Days. Ndl shocM cxpreu the "/ end InftjriJy of fhe indi'r:rfuof" show you memorials \ h >y nd good taste < nave installed in the { vfc^ 6161168 Miami j P*URM0ND J MONUMENT C0.*ARS $40.00 < Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "Instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you, in the famous Maxwell Hoi-se kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c — compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. o A froduO ol C.n.'ol f ood$ THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOODTOTHF-LAST-DROP FLAVOR! j£^ %



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PAGE 14 B +Jelslin<£Mto2L GLOBAL SHORTS weTSs 0 e f N. victim* British State School Reveals Course in Modern Hebrew LONDON (JTA) Instruction in modem Hebrew 1being offered in u state school hew for the first time at the new Stoke NewlngtOll district school. Stoke Newington London district with a large Jewish population. deis University, Jewish sponsored non-sectarian college here trie universit) has buill three chapels one Mch for Jewish, Protestanl and Catholic students After conse< raj ing the building and namin Bethlehem. Archbishop Cushing lauded Brandeis, insisting thai it "deserves the praise <>t all men of good will" lor making religious in struction and devotions available to all students Jews in Germany Seek Reunion of Divided Families n; wkFi RT (JTA The Swedes Entertain Israel Knesset Delegation Warmly STOCKHOLM CJTAl 1-; set delegation to the Parliament here was entertained last .-•nil ;>t a dinner given by the ish Parliament. The Israelis tral Welfi n \ en % %  w '" welci in. MI bj Johannes Nils Gern i I entered u I Speakei ol the Upp< r H i ivon. leader ol the Israel '''' "} ""' expressed I %  nuch i" learn froi l ship must be .• • BONN (JTA W Germanj mdertaken to preserve the me mortal*, monuments and i „.,-„.. hallowed to the memoi ,,.,„,!, victims ol N*ttam, Jews ,,„,! non-Jews who died in Germany during the war A FrancoGerman agreement now entering into force lists by name 54 sucn teries, eleven monument including the one at Belsen and (WO memorials, the crematoria in ,,nier eoiirentration eamps of Plossenbuerg and of Dachau. Miami Art League Exhibits at fm the first time in it.s htftecy, the Miami Art Uague will exhibit at the I.owe (.allery. Univenit] ol Miami. Paintings by memlM-r,,r. on display Sept. 15 throunh Oet 2 The show is beinji planned in commemoration of the League's 25th anniversary this fell, accord Friday, M Gallery '" to Mrs p r rv now has •* 150 -mnal ln "'" norid *** %  ,! S ,h 0ld |J 'MX' "i this 1^ %  n the fie Einstein Medical School Opens Sessions in New York City IV ; \ : he Uberl %  i i opened hen %  % %  • %  Dr M ; I. II... : p C'it) ol V '''.•• Hui n ol !.! %  nd studenb • % %  ui %  Hungarian Leader Wins Libel Suit Against Newspaper \! w VORK JTA me time Hu %  wish community Israel Defies Egypt Ban; Will Send Ships Through Gulf L'SAl M 1TA Israel has • tl e Strail ol Tiran to the (lull i rt oi which was %  i I b) .i d p omatn 11 Eli Dr. Fa that I him in two • i ii en bei I : I : him as .i "traitor to .'( i npn %  i served as i for* mai ol forced la%  isoner Religious Moslems Appeal Jews in Government 11 fJlS IT \ N ; their I which include J< h I here en in. I l v that he point %  • i • een a tradition h id con ,. Ministi Jewish %  n UN Information Center Information Center inow open at 710 "l-t si MK.II to an an• i Kri Louis BiderII %  \ Rubin con ha 11 hip ol the Mi 'i Division ol the United Association oi I ireatei Miami, the tenter will remain open through Oci 25, the co-chairmen revealed U.S. Government Grants Funds to ORT for Israel \i u yoRK n \ The h mal ooperal i \dmmi-tra ,-.i to lion hi i d to allo I 000 thi %  rrow : way to vessels wh i lim i" the Amerii an OR! Fedei ation tablishmi i hool program pass 72 hours in among immigrant \miih in 1st Israel said it was deterAm protect I men! was made bj Dr exercisi of its right ol free William Haber, American < • I < "l through this inti n presidi nt. nel at whatever tinv r method it saw bi Britain Challenges Egypt State Department Reportedly 0r der Closing Gulf of Aqaba Favors Em.grat.on of Jews I( N|HlN l x ^ ^ I VSrTINGTON JTA The Si te Department ha<. expr id %  i ally favorable view and within a certain -cope, willingness to ider, a proposal by chairman Francis E Walter of the House Ini migration Subcommittee for Amer challenged Egypt attempt i" control the movement ol ships in the Gulf ol Aqaba on the southern approaches to Israel The Bril i-h Foreign Office said the Gulf is an international Waterwaj open to shipping Oi all nations The fact ican support ol the movement of that entrance to it is within the 1 North African .lews to Israel territorial water( .i Egypt onlj ent h rough the Intergovernmental titles Egypt to enforce customs and Committee tor European Migra-1public health rules, the staten tion This was made known here said The statement was prompted the Department in a letter rel>> a new Egyptian order compel plying to a communication sent bj Rep Walter earlier this month to Si etary Of State Dulles ling all ships to give 72 hourm> tice before entering the Gull SAVE FOR TOMORROW WHIR! YOU CAN BORROW FOR TODAY Savints Accounts 2 1 2% Interest Personal Loins • Auto Loans Nig*t Depository laakiai by Mail Leders ol Credit Salety Deposit Boies Memh*r I caVrai Drpadl Imaraar*f'arpvraii** BANK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE Six Persons to Go on Trial In Holland for Kidnapping THE RAGUI (JTA)—Six person. arrested for the kidnapping of Annette Beekman. 14-year-old Jewish war orphan spirited away after a Dutch court had ordered her returned to the Jewish community, will go on trial hefore an Amsterdam court Sept. 23, it was learned here. The girl, taken from Holland to a Belgian convent and then removed JtUt as polu-c eame to recover her. has still not been found The defendants include the Catholic foster mother, who had the child baptized. DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS OF BROOKLYN, NY. Archbishop Cushing Dedicates Catholic Chapel at Brandeis WALTHAM. Mass. (JTA>—Archbishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston dedicated a Catholic chapel last weekend on the campus of BranLOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM { NIW JttslY • PHILADELPHIA • IAITIMM ""NY WASHINGTON IOSTON •IOVIDINCE an. .11 .,„ ^j.,, „„ kly JJ^ ) fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse J 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 COUNT YOURSELF. IN! 1 BUY YOUR SHEW YOUR BEST INVESTMENT FOR A Whether in Israel, the United States or anywhere else intheadj 'the status, the well-being, the very future of the Jewish paaaj rests largely in your hands. From earliest recorde j hia**J Shekel has been the shining symbol of individual raponai toward the nation, a voluntary, self-imposed tax to pc Jewish institutions and Jewish life through the darkest J* exile and despair. And today it remains more than ever act widely-accepted device by which Jews everywhere can mat and be counted. As the token of identification with the World ZiefliRto the Shekel makes it possible for your voice to be bearsa highest policy-making body of World Zionism, througajw for delegates to the 24th_World Zionist Congress. nesjaj Jerusalem. 'At this historic session, your representatives from every body in the world will be called upon to make Jwonsoam |mately affect you. your children, and your children i They can act only with your mandate. Acquire your Shekel, sell the Shekel to your W neighbors—acquire your share in the future of UK %  %  U.S. CENTRAL SHEKEL and ELECTION ,342 Madison Ave., New York 17 • MU 2-034* ^ REPRESENTING: ACHDVT AVODAH-roAie SONI • ^ HASHOMER HATZAlA• *"" ^ POALEZION. UNITED ZK,N.STS-I^ 4 Of AMERICA • %  %  jg. HAPOEL HAMIZHACHI WOMJN HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI /A I ION OP AMERICA • ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OP AMERICA LABOR ZIONIST ORDER WOMEN • PIONEER WOMEN PILL OUT AND REMIT DOLLAR T0DAY1 U. S. Central Shekel and Election Board Suite 1421. 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PAGE 10 A +JewisHk**a*i Frid Q y J2^i Sabbath of Repentance Services Here services are at 8:30. Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Rabbi JoRabbis nan CapUn will discuss: Listen. My People." At 5:45 p.m., the Rabbi will preach on the topic: The Continued from Page 2 A ning at 7 and 9:15 p.m. HI rice N. Eisendrath and Narot will officiate at both services Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the M ean j n g" of Repentance" Voni Kipmusic*] portions of the liturgy. p Ur sorv j cos W il! begin with Kol Nl \ mi Kippur services Monday ( | n Sundav evening at > Subject of n -.ruing are at 10. Special service „„, _,,,.„„',„ j s: -Re Thw-lf" on for children will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday morning. services commence at 8. Rabin ( "apian will discuss: "Looking for %  ScipcKo.it MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND Yi/kor will Inat 11 Sounding of CONGREGATION will hold Friday the Sholar is at 6 all P m evening services at sundown. Sal urday morning services are at 8:86. BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA;;al)bi Simon April will preach on T wj|) Fn(j u ,, w mlu 1he topic: "Why Repent"' Kol M Ylzkor is scheduled for 4 p.m. K* die will open the Yom Kippur ob. irvance With serviceSunday eve rrrig at 6. Monday morning services e at 8 Yi/kor follows at 11 a.m \. Hah Will conclude Yom Kippur at 5 p.m Cantor Berele Kelemer u render lh musical portionoi the liturgy at all services ISRAELITE CENTER Will hold F iday evening services at 8 Sat urday morning services are at 8 30. date and discuss the Weekly PorB bbi Morton Malavskv will offi i, n Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the I lurgy Yom Kippur opens with ,i e Kol Nidre service on Sundaj m a( ^, 4.". Subject of the ser is scheduled as: "Low, in All v., Repent" Mondaj n ing -crviccare at 7:30 y k ,„follows at 11 a.m. Rabb v-kv will discuss "A Ghos! ol nanc( yom Kippur observance conclude a1 8 40 p m with the ,l oi the shot.,;Junior servM, i da> at II IS Ronald will officiate. services at ti .so. Saturday morning.. services anat 8 30 Rabbi Arie l Becker will officiate and dtscun "When the Spirit of Repentance Becomes a Necessity." Class In. Bible ischeduled for fi p.m followed by kfincha and Shaloa Sea dos Hosts are Mr and MrJoseph Swarb Kol Nidre wUI be Sundaj evening at ti 15, with Rabbi Meeker discussing: %  F ormula lor Triumph." Cantor Israel Kelemer will render the musical portions ,.( the liturgy yom Kippur services Mon day morning commence at 8 Yi/kor will be at 12 p.m.. with the sermon scheduled at: "Living For ever." • • • 2 £0000 Over SI.250,000 was raised in the Combined Jewish Appeal but not all pledges have been paid, says collection committee chairman Sam A. Goldstein (second from left) at a meeting of his committee earlier this week. The group set plans to reach all contributors during the month ot Octobf. • Shown seated are Carl Susskind, Meyer Teigman and Max Sheinm rear are Joseph Kahn, David M. e*itt£ Segal and M. J. Kopelowitz. Also am of the newly formed committee, not shot Uffrfcoto, is l oseph Duntov. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER ii : hold Fridaj evenii I 15 Saturday morning sen bi Mayer th lanl-' i i ti musical 0 | the liturgj Choir will > i under the direction ol 1,u ', n Kippur observance Sunda) n£ a < : 4.". Rabbi Abramowiti n the topic "The I Mondaj mornii sen 45 a m Yitkor will be • n:30 Neili h is scheduled I The Rabbi will discourst topic ("he Direction in I rvices arc Mondaj at l! am in the chapel Nathan Ko ,nd Matthew Zuckerbraun Junior sen Ices will at 3 P m in the mam synagogue. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will evening services at Kronish will offi| pre. nil on the topic %  i hange lor th< Better Is Possible Srturdaj morning services arc at i i ntor Samuel Kelemer will ler the musical portions of the Howard son ol Mr and B Albert n the Week BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Fnda\ evenins services at fi IS Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and nrcach on the topic Ri turn to What?" Choir will be under the direction ol Mrs Miriam Donnerstas Oneg Shabbat will he sDonsored by Mr and Mrs II I J in honor of their son War ren, who becomi Bar Mitzvah durim Saturd j • m n ices • 9 r ,:i offering will be bj Mr Mrs Bert Sher in honor of their on, Arthur 01 e of Yom Kippur I ith Kol Nidre on Sunda) evenins at t; Rabbi • ill officiate, assisted %  Lei i Hal i ct of the discourse is it All Depends • Vou." Monday sen ices com mence at 8 a.m Sermon will be: "<'li i i ife Yidcor Is at 11 I atonement will be concluded with the sounding of the sh ifar Mr and Mrs Edward Merlin will present floral offerings and Collective Repentance." Mm eha will be at (i Yom Kippur be glna with Kol Nidre service Sunday evening at 6. Rabbi Helm will discuss: "The Supreme Need of Our Age Services Monday at 8 30 a m. will be foll o w e d by Vi/ kOT at 11. when Hal. hi Heim -peak"Humility." Cantor Ben Grossberg will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Monday services are at 8. Yizkor will be at 11. Rabbi Edwards will discuss: "Justice." Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur observance, with a discource on the topic: "The Book is Closed." on the subject A Chesed She! Emeth Cantor Joseph Krissell MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE will render the musical portion< i GATION will hold Friday evening the liturgy Choir will be under services at rundown. Saturday the direction ol Mildred Wraizar morning services are at 8. Rabbi Rabbi Heim will officiate at Nei >^' ;,r Lerer will officiate and Kol l.ih Nidre son ices Sunday evening at 5:30. Subject ot the sermon is TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHscheduled as: "Once a Year Mon SIDE CENTER will hold Friday day service, are at 8. The Rahhi evening services at 8 SO Rabbi will preach on: "Communion With TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Pridaj evening serviceat ti Saturday morning serviceare at 9 Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will deliver the sermon Martin son ol Mr and Mrs stanlev Mainster. w i ll ttecomc Mar MltZVah Kol Nidre opens Yom Kioour services Sundaj evening at 6:80 Subject "I the sermon will IM "The Bond ol Faith Yom Kippur services Mondaj mon commence at 8 i"> Yizkor will be at 10. with Rabbi Lehrman presenting 4 48 a discourse i red Met ies antor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgv at all service. The Rabbi will chant Neilah Special services for teen Bgen will he held in the Delano hotel at 6:80 p.m 00 Sundav and ii i m on Mondaj Eu i i Wiener will officiate Junior Yom Kippur services are in the mam synagogue at 3 P m God. Yizkor is at 11 a.m. • • • TORAH TEMPLE will mark the \ance of Yom Kippur at Hibiscus Auditorium with Kol Nidre services opening Sunday evening at 6. Monday services commence at 9 Rabbis Louis A. and Abraham Cassel will preach, with Cantor Jo seph W. Malek rendering the mu.-i Kiddush. Yom Kippur services be-, cal portions of the liturgy. He will gin with Kol Nidre Sunday evening be assisted by Cantor Abraham at 6:45 Rabbi Herson will discuss Wcinstcin. Kol Nidre in the Life of the Jew • • • Mondaj s,.|-\ ices are at 9 a.m During Yizkor. at 11:30 a.m.. Rabbi i Herson Will preach on the topic: 1 "!'.> the Virtue of Our Fathers Abraham Herson will offii preach on the topic "The JOJ af Penitence'' Mr and Mrs Berks will be host, at the I Shabbat following Saturday morn hag services are at 9 Subject of the sermon i-: Eternal Truth Cantor Albert Giant! will render the must cal portions „f the litur-v Mr and Mrs. Morris Faster will be Boats at 11. Rabbi Ever will disease' ing Our Memorial Meaning • • TEMPLE SINAI of will hold Fridav night 8:30 Rabbi David Shapiros] COM The Sabbath of Cantor YehudahHdj will render the musical of the liturgy. Receptian i sponsored by Mr, and ', Vogel in honor of their! versan Saturday morning"! ices are a| it. Sermon witli the Weeklv Portion. Kol opens the Yom Kippur i Sundav evening at 6:30. morning -ervico comn 8:30 Mincha i~ at :i M pm The sermon will be: "Eternal Bond" Neilah will IK' changed bj Cantor (Wantz at BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Yom Kippur sen lees commencing Sunday evening at sundown Rabbi Sheldon Edwards will officiate as guest spiritual leader and preach on the topic: AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever will discuss: •'The Call of Repentance." Cantor Fishel Lutman will rentier the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 5 45 Yom Kippur will be ushered in with Kol Nidre services Sunday evening at 5:30. Subject* of the sermon is: "Atonement and Survival Monday morning services are at 8. with Yizkor following at Schechfer UnveiliM TI c D< lication ol a MonaB^ t<. t> f th*bk HENRY SOUCHTU 'IV o) s W Mm Srim mil bf held on Ti IMMY SEPTEMSI %  „ i Mi Nsao Cuona Ullll RAHHI S T SVUHSSY ofMj Arrangements, arc in charjt ( Palmer Miami Mo afPJ Company friend-and rcbwH arc aked to attend | BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Will hold Friday evening lerviceJ at 6 Saturday morning services are at 8 SO Rahhi Tihor Stern will preach on the topic i<. Return but Forward Theodora Schull, son oi Mr and Mrs Herbert Schull Portion oi the Law Clas. in ^"^ffJE "5^ 2"^ b at 4:45 p.m loHowed bj 5!f. u ri!f M :" h ""'"..render the eha and Shaloa Seudos Yom with musical portions ol the lit: Halacha Sabbath Shuva dis< Kippur services commence with -f 4 ... .. rf K ,1 Nidre on Sunday evening at 8. p ,^,1 iSSFSfJZ • -lav ( erviceswillopen^e..m ^"-t^^'^Z WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER t II hold Fridav evening services al 6. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rahhi Alfred Waxman will fficiate. Yom Kippur opens with Kol Nidre Sunday evening at 6. gm with Kol Nidre Sundaj evening at 6 Rabbi Stern will preach on the topic Pledges Yom Kippur services Monday morning com mence at 8 Yizkor will be at 11 45 Subject of the discourse is scheduled as: "Recollections Mincha is Subject of the sermon is: "Atone-' a t 3:3 P m Neilah will conclude rrent Will he Made for You." Services Monday are at 8 a.m. Rabbi. Waxman will discourse on the t pie: "The New Year Has Begun." • the Day of Atonement observance at 5 p.m. Martin Mainster. son ol Mr. win !\ S,anley MaLn '. will celebrate his Bar Mitz Afasin Unveili*! Th, i ill! M M tttl :M I* lei I _... %  Ml %  CAPTAIN NATHAK IU$i, *| .-•'Iv cf 5g63 s* 9TH Trua u ill t*k< F^ce S, N DA> Sll'TIMBI m 11 00 am it K| S • vl MlMOflAL P* C.\ vll n*v Rahb. M..x \Vuxman. L Captain Mum .parVntsM. and MisJ-J and one brother H'nrr*^Cpt-n i" the Mcd.ca \lgfi ,, Mrd m action m^ ber 4th, '" 46J3 GRANADA*^ LAI C*S Wool-1 U'llt H MM D Mr daughter, Coral < ... ** snd ^'V--, l &i oi Urand.bild'tn in charg* QasjpenJi ked to % %  'J5. •23otf>



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PAGE 8*A +Jmrt9tJM air conditioned, and it made a comfortable set t • g for the program, which featured Laura O'Banion in an Informal ussion on personal glamour. Members on hand heard Laura's adwee on color and makeup. am ing other items. Laura, In case you've forgotten, was Mrs. Florida of '949. President Reloris Wiekman Rot the evening "ff to an excellent Start aided by her co-officers Edie Epstein, Jessie Gertman and Bea Hammond. Goings and Comings: Miami's Syd Bergmans left for New York I week Purpose of the trip Is a familj reunion at which the Bergmans will celebrate 25 yean of marriage. And back from her annual summer \acati#n at Hot Springs and lit iAnna R. Berow. Or' Miss Sandra i. Kltinman AWsi MirU faldtUim Bob Silver bought cand) to pass out instead of cigars. He's just become the proud father of a son bom in Doctors Hospital. Bob and Deis are naming him Steven Vantine Vantine is her maiden name. Doris is a member of Theta Sigma Phi journalism fraternity, and suspects husband Bob of having eaten most of the candy himself. Theta Sig sponsors the hospitalized veterans' writing program, of • ch Doris ichairman She's also appeared in the "Date With the Press" productions at which the girls humorously rib and roast promiPl • figures ranging from Christian Dior to Claire Weintraub! Speaking of new arrivals, the Earl Pertnoys have added a fourth t< heir growing family at 5000 Cherokee. Civie and Earl are bubbling about the birth of Sandi Ann, who s Lois Ivy, Sidney Mark and Ronald Pvaul. Bubbling with them are grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel. N • to be outdone. Earls mother, Geraldine Gorn, came flying down fr< m Baltimore to see the new arrival With her was great grandmother Tillie Shapiro. More Goinga and Comings: The Jacob DeKovens are back in their I erty ave residence alter spending the summer in Michigan City Ind. He and Pauline have a summer bom.' there Vacation tune was re than pleasant, what with the frequent visits () f their childrenAnita and Sanger Baron, Mitxi and Jerry Goldman and Eleanor and Sevmour DeKoven. And off to Hendersonville for two weekare Miami Beach's Mr and Mis. Morton Greenwood. A EuropeantOUr starts for Myr. and Aaron F.rr TuesdSV vhen BuckCounty, P tnd will ,Z ( Tf*£& *" "" ,h< r h "" ,( fn'm'V i e; h ^ I k n0W : ^ Budd "** > *<** "er in a month, commount pillar back in the late Twenties, now expects^ ~£L § ^ dcnl more than he ever has in the past. Bodd a 8ood Sylvia and Sam Seitlin took daughter Barb.r. M.„ %  ... Sid Stone's a house euest with his brother-in-law and -*— r. Mrs. Murray Zinner, at their Alton rd. home. Dr and A TV comedy pitchman. Sid was formerly with th T.. and more recently with the road company of "Guys ana DoK • ^ He was among guests of honor at a cocktail nartv i„ M. -', heme when the couple celebrated their ttfSgg^J^M Miss Beverly Hader Miss Hader to Wed Canadian Physician Miss Beverly Hader of Miami Beach is engaged to a doctor from Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Alfred Mutchnik They are planning to be married Dec. 3 in New York. Miss Hader is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nathan Hader. 1400 Meridian ave. She was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and is now attending the University of Miami. Her sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma. Dr. Mutchnik's parents are Mr. and Mrs Abraham Mutchnik. Winnipeg He is a graduate of the University of Manitoba and the Royal Miss Smmdra limmarmmm Davis, Salmon Betrothal Told Mi*s Elinor France* Davis and Harold H. Salmon are engaged. They have not yet set a definite date for their wedding, but plans are in the offing 1 The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr*. Bernard Davis. 2240 SW 19th avs.'Mivm. and the late Mr Davis The groom's parents are the Philip Vi Salmons."1446 I*nox ave. %  iami Beach. Miss Davis graduated from Miami Senior Mien School and is now a College of Physicians and Surgeons secretary with a Miami Beach law in Dublin. Ireland He served as an firm. officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force and is now practicing in Winnipeg. Miss Zimmerman To MamDec. 18 Her fiance graduated from Mi ami Beach Senior High School, at tended the University of Florida and nerved two years in the Armed Forces. He is now a student at the I diversity of Miami, where he i will study law. Sandra Zimmerman and Richard Michael Schultz are plannin* a' i hoteT ddinR ln ,he FonU,ne Irvine, Miller Miss Zimmerman Is the daughter Hail Oct. 10 HitC'S of Mr and Mrs David Zimmerman 7770 Hawthorne ave Miami Beach" Ina Audrev Irvine and Barry She graduated from Miami Beach Miller are engaged. The couple's High,i School and is a soohomore at betrothal is being announced by "* n.vers.ty of M iam, ^ bri ^ |ec( s p rent5i Mr and Mr. Schultz is the son of Mr Mrs. Irvin Levtne. Springfield. O. Wty "f Miami last year from '"* M,,le "' 520 SW 22nd "*' U,M Biveraits His f ra %  mi ternitj u Zeta Beta Tau" Mrs. Duntov Fetea Committee Officers Miss I.evine graduated from Peabody High School in Pittsburgh. Pa., and attended Bliss College at Columbus. O., where she was a cheer leader She is affiliated with MiJoseph Duntov, vice nreM. Be,a %  >""> %  > %  Tau sorority and hi 'tent and chairman of the Book l,s ""tional secretary' In ,, ,> en" eamm.H n, 'u l mv r >"> w„mburgh, she was active in the YMgarden of her home. 2008 Alton rd Mr Mi,,er reduntd from Miaml Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg is ores'-! Se *' or H ** h Scbo a,M was mcrn dent of the Greater Miami chapterI** 1 of th All-City Football Team convS,ot\r ,e waUha m he J !" *C ^ "' U CUm ^ ""**" Mass. I with the Dixie Export Company here. The couple are planning an Oct. 16 wedding. last summer, exchanged reports Ma^t^ 8 MfS DUnt V W M Max Schwartz, who poured. & Miss lentt, I'm Friedman,., ''"'In.II,;,!^ Lnore Fri*i,|r than Benjamin Hirrkd nm a late fall w*d%L Kdward FrvrtJ '" !1 rd., is announcing ter engagement: Miss Friedman, aisj an, a!tend?d the L'ni and sraduited versity of Miami tu, dia director is her bth>_ Dorr Advertising AgoJ Mr Harrison j> >bea| Id. i I. Harrison. WJ 'I' graduated from CM sit) in Worcester indgj bombardier in the m durinu World War 1 ll> is now assocuta] Fornifit in Sandra .Ican'sl To Study for I Mr and Mrs Kelts] man. 555 North nouncing the en daughter, Sandra, Edward Wacks. of Miss Kleinman novia Junior College. Mr Wacks is the: Mrs Hyman Wacks. ', was graduated fro University and did. at Brooklyn College. Now he is doing an atomic energy lowship at the 1'nnedJ where he will recast chemistry. He is i ap ma Xi, national rest* Feldstein, I'd Arc Kngafleu* Marlene Feldstein. Temple I'niversity hv-uneinPhiladeh*aJ to a graduate of TaBSr sity school of pharrasjJ hen Marlene is the *> %  M;i r> Feldsteia. laW and the late Mr *! Harris is s^'a"f *|JJ and the late LoaP" delphia. asjsaMs ia*M



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PAGE 10 B rJewlslinorkMairi Friday, TO ALL GREETINGS Louis E. Miller Plumbing Company m MVUISION AGAINST HIS f AMR 271 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables Phone HI 6-1414 Son of Nazi Producer Writes Play Extolling Ghetto Holiday Greetings To All Firestone Stores 1200 WEST FLAGLER STREET Phone 3-6431 FRANKFURT iJTAV—Thomas ( hnstoph Harlan, 25-ytar-oM son of the notorious Nazi lilm producir, Veil Harlan, has written a stac play. Bluma from Warsaw." thai extols the Warsaw ghetto uprising. Yonfi Harlan, who in revulsion ajaJBat his fathers unrepentant attitude has become extremely pro Jewish, declarer! that he was stirred to his dramatic effort when he encountered, on a visit to Israel two rears ago, 140 kibbutz members who survived the Warsaw ghetto revolt. Veil Harlan. the Nazis' favorite movie maker, was director and producer of "Jew Sue.ss, the antiSemitic film ordered by Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbola to acll the concept that Jews have always been innately criminal and measure of self-defcn-e t„ n £*. thoj at the time when the depS T fH "3P to the ,.s chambers of PoiX*tSl Sues* was to have smothered 1 ^^1 man compunctions about the dww!? %  *• the vast butchering operates S^ After the war. Hanans comeb ^< center of controversy, with clash* ln Z£ furt. Freiburg and other p, aces ** democrats, notably students, and H* th.zers. For the past two or three ytuT* films have been shown everywhere toward incident. SMJOr J G R l t T I N G S Coral Gift Shop Gifts of Distinction — Jewelry, luggage — Watch Repairing 2231 S.W. 67th AVENUE PHONE MO 19438 HOLIDAY GRttTINGS TO ALL Uncle Eric's Happy Town We Cater to Your Hobbies" Imported and Domestic Toy* 2800 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., C0RAI GABIES PHONE HI 6 5470 TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES L. ELLERBEE m m* S # %v o & %i & !* 110 E. 45th STREET KIALEAH I s Greet \nas\ BURNS and JAEGER, Inc. Electrical Contractors Wm. t. Jaeger Harry Burns 3Z51 N.W. 7Sth STREET p HO NE 64-336? BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS KAMMER & WOOD Electrical Contractors 327 N.W. 54th STREET Check for S800 is presented bv Al Capp. chaiiman of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization fund raisinq drive for B'nai B'rith Philanthropies, to Sidney Efronson, chairman of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith youth committee. Observing the ceremony are Judge Milton A. Friedman, national BBYO i •ioner; Louis Goldfinger. Florida BBG | dent; Henry Schmerer. Greater Miami I Council president; and George Leicoe, | trict AZA president. Not shown ~ Rubin, co-chairman for the event H APP NEW YEAR ALL tMtum iw r Yo:r Fritncffy Who/esofer And Retailer 600 N. E. FIRST AVE—PH. 3-7413 PHONE 89-3621 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DADE PAINTERS. Inc. 4642 W. Flagler Street Phone 83-9060 SEASON'S GREETINGS Colonial Press of Miami, Inc, COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE CATAIOOS BOOKLtrS AOVtKTIStNG FOlDfffS 3265 N.W. 37tk STtllT, MIAMI, FlOtlDA Phnes 65-7320 65-8366 65-7501 MR. and MRS. NAT ol 2815 S.W. 15tfcSM, ffcfl All Thtir ttltlnti ml I a HOOBT Htm re (III IIMI PAT'S ROOFING TIlEdj MANUFACTURERS OF OUAUTf I Colon on e#M Root Painting 0r SPV 4735 E. 10th UH, HIALEAH. fU. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL • u. J, 420 Lincoln Road Phone MU Ml GREETINGS!^ HeC ormifk 320 S.E. W A !" 0*i It'll mu m ,402 PONCE DB Ug CORAL GAItB Phon. m



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„ 23, 1955 "Jewlstinorkllbrr? jean Firm Offers Arms to Egypt nrF(JTA)-An Ameri' has offered the %  sy in Washington {to purchase British juns ana German Egyptian raiders in would be carrying i of weapons as the Israelis and could therefore use any ammunition they might rteal from the Israelis, it was revealed Wednesday in Drew Pearson tionallv syndicated column "Wastf ington Merry-Go-Round." "Mr. Pearson published the text of a letter from the Phoenix International Company of Maryland, whose stationery advertises: "Implements of war our specialty." The letter, signed by W. H. Evans, Jr., a vice president of the company, offers the Egyptians a variety of arms, available for inspec tion in New York, including ma chme guns, 1,800 Sten guns and German Mauser rifles. The letter then says: "With the same arms as used by the enemy, the raiders can use their ammo and the other items." Meanwhile, a Cairo broadcast quoting an editorial from a leading Egyptian newspaper warned Israel that the Arab economic blockade* will tighten daily and Egyptian arrangements in the Suez Canal or in PAGE 7 A the Gulf of Akaba will not ease off. The paper added, "should the Zionists some day lose their senses and be tempted, through illusion or despair, to embark on a new adventure, their crumbling state is done for." *,PI^^^^IBPPPWPPWB^WI CONCRETE atWofti A \\ our new general office building at 5220 Biscayne boulevard you'll see concrete at work. In this "show case" foi many of our products you will gain timely and valuable information. You will see the many ways to use exposed masonry; you will see building blocks that serve as both facing and interior walls yes, you'll see concrete working as concrete can be made to work. You'll see Maule concrete and concrete products at work for beauty and permanence. Come out and see us, won't you? We will be glad to show you around and there is plenty of parking space in our private parking lot. We believe you will be glad •you came ... we know we'll be glad to have you. mmmm \ Piiiii ..••• % %  • %  • %  •a ••• % % % % % %  tit "" %  •linn MIAMI PHONE: 89-6631 5220 liscoyne Blvd. FORT LAUDERDALE PHONE: lOgan 4-1211 1335 Northoasf 26rh Strtot SOUTH DADE PHONE: Homestead 1432, 14S9 South Allopattah Road t Moody Orivt



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<#m ber 23, 1955 *•*** ficrkMan ( el in Jewish History as Symbol of Past and Present! PAGE 9B Lturies the Shekel has been the gU Lch held the thread of Jewish history Ufld firm rst used by lhe ancienl L standard of weight and value, down fc centuries it far out-stripped its In.•ues as the central "coin of one of the honied monetary systems. It became in[ V ery svmbol of Jewish survival, Jewish Hon, the instrument through which the ne s hi' hare ot responsibility for the [his people. ajton ol the Shekel is a fascinating one, &e from that of the people itself. himself introduced a half-Shekel levy jew over 20 to defray the expense of the tabernacle. This "Shekel of the Has iin emlHMliment of the traditional ,jri( ,,i equality before the Lord. "The ,-ot give more, and the poor shall not Ftlian the luilf-Shekel when they make the ti the Lord." the law admonishes in Exi evidence of its indelible imprint on k im the six extraordinarily detailed tndnfi its use recorded in the Fourth Hoed, in the Second Division of the [and the Talmud. They strongly resemble I ited instructions found today on Internal Revenue Tax forms. And not .! a tax, but a census device as well, %  ekohm were used to count the individual \.T in the national census, the first hisKtempt t" determine the population of a ith any degree of accuracy. d Diaspora u-c is recounted in the Books Nehemiah when the Jews exiled in continued to assess themselves to help Second Temple. Later the annual halfKessnenl was continued at home and in support the sanctuary of the nation and |tt>ral and religious institutions of the III extraordinary persistence in the minds rts of the people is revealed after Judea id to the Roman legions. When the condecreed the Shekel proceeds were to go "imperial Treasury as "Fiscus Judaicus," taxed themselves an equivalent amount to deprive the Yishuv's academies and he means to preserve the culture of riation Were it not for this self-imposed l.^lishnah might never have been written, people itself perhaps ultimately assimiSuch was the obligation a people placed elf to preserve its national spirit and idenUln f Thte n Wa t n0t ^"^ bUt bindin Ration for all who wished to be identified with the Jewish people. Thus, in modern times, was it not fitting that .v ou"! Y 0dd Zlonist Con 8 r ess in Basle adopted the Shekel as the symbol of identification with the great goal of Zionism? Today more than ever the Shekel remains symbolic of a united people firm m its devotion to Israel and increasingly conscious of its responsibility to the nation it helped rise out of the ashes of its own dead. Today that hallowed Shekel of the First War of the Jews, showing the cup patterned after the vessel used in the Holy Temple of Solomon, is faithfully reproduced on one of the first issues of postage stamps of the new Israel. The token of affiliation with the World Zionist Organization, the Shekel buys far more than just membership in the Zionist Movement. This symbolic Shekel, acquired through the organization of his choice, gives the individual Jew a voice in the very future of Israel and his People. For next year in Jerusalem, the 24th World Zionist Congress will meet to deal with momentous is.,ucs. How best can one help the young nation towards economic as well as political independence? How best can one maintain Jewry's legitimate and rightful ties with this land of its Fathers? How best can one preserve the atmosphere of good will and support that Israel wants and needs throughout the world? How *est can one preserve for Jewry and its children a significant and vital Jewish life outside Israel? All these fateful questions can best be answered %  in the best Zionist tradition—through democratically-elected representatives to this, the highest policy-making body in World Zionism. To this end a nationwide campaign is now in progress, under the auspices of the U.S. Central Shekel and Election Board, which represents the following national bodies with a combined enrollment of close to three quarters of a million Jews: Achdut-Avodah-Poale Zion. Hadassah, Hapoel Hamizrachi. Hashomer Hatzair. Mizrachi Organization of America. Poale Zion. United Zionists Revisionists, Zionist Organization of America, B'nai Zion. Farband-Labor Zionist Order, Hapoel Hamizrachi Women, Mizrachi Women, Pioneer Women. The Board, with headquarters at 342 Madison ave.,New York, is headed by Charles Ress, of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., chairman. Other officers include Jullient Benjamin, Jacob Katzman, Rabbi Henry H. 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timber 23, 1955 -Jew l*t) nor/cUarj *T\ *i ,\\ H. Christmas slman Elected [of Dunes Mot"I K.i hotelman Jack Lie* been elected presiPunes by the officers JIC. operating company (k S inn> Isles resort at ,and ITOth st. each resident for more „ Lieberbaum is the er of the SurfcomberEotels and is associated | brokerage firm. ,neri> from New York, erated various buitima land hotels \m i I member of TemB'nai B'rith and the kanization oi America. t his wife at 1830 oeeanfront hotcli. the 200-room I Deci tnber. torn Convention Did 1 son of Mr. 2121 S\V 24 I this week from te attendI 'ion of Pi fr. : which Ifien! for (he ensuing "i Florida, dao treasurer of the I leaderty un the Florida camsident of Tau M debatinj fraternity I ber <>f the dethe University of (lie past thn e yean. I to Gainesville complete his Beniot thiul of Business AdChristmas Enters Miami Mayor Race Randall N. Christmas, Miami City Commissioner, last week qualified as a candidate for the office of Mayor. He had earlier submitted his resignation from the City Commis sion effective on election day, as required by the new election laws. Under the new laws, candidates for Mayor will run in Group I for a two-year term, and candidates for four-year terms as City Commissioner will run in Groups 2 and 3. Christmas, a Miami attorney, said that much of his campaign would be based upon his record as a City Commissioner, and his combination of youth and experience. "In my youth," he said, "lies the strength and energy to cope I with all the responsibilities of the IMayorship—the meetings, the conferences and the study, as well as | the added du^es of greeting distinguished visitors and acting as host at the many functions. "As for experience," Christmas added, "my two years on the Commission have given me an intimate, first hand knowledge of all the I workings of the City—qualifying i me to take the natural and logical step from Commissioner to Mayor." Christmas also announced the opening of campaign headquarters at 35 SE 1st ave. in downtown Miami. The Commissioner and Mayoralty candidate is a lawyer. He came to Miami in 1926, and-attended Little River Junior High School and Miami Edison High School. He graduated from the University of Miami with the degrees in Business Administration and Law. He entered the Naval Reserve as a MI man. second class in 1940, and emerged after World War II as a First Lieutenant in the Marine Corps with 44 combat missions and the Distinguished Flying Cross He PAGE 7B Group to Meet Tuesdays A Judaea Group for girls ages 14 and up is being formed at Congregation Monticello Park. The group will meet Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in the newly completed school building, N. E. 163 st. and N. E. 11 ave. Lip ton Urges Local Business to Avoid Too Big a Boom' Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami and past president of the Florida Savings. Building and Loan League, emphasized Wednesday a call made this week by J. Howard Edgerton, president of the United States Savings and Loan League, that American business adopt policies to avoid "too big a boom." Lipton said that "it is particularly important that business in communities such as Miami" heed this call. A tendency of the nation's fastest growing cities expand to the point of vulnerability have set I pattern all communities have endeavored to follow and without preparation for quick readjustments when and if they should become necessary." "It is the responsibility of businessmen even more than it is that of the government to avoid a boom and bust economy. More and more financial institutions are coming into the mortgage loan business. In an expanding economy, this situation is not alarming, but when it is conducted upon a selfish point of view it can lead to an overstrained economic system vulnerable to a business collapse." Lipton said it was not "my inteni tion to dampen the enthusiasm which has been responsible for the magical growth of Miami and its | surrounding areas. I only emphasize again the need for caution and | that businessmen look closely at the responsibility which is theirs.*' Trade Group Formed Inter American Trade Association has'been formed by a group of business men from Washington, D.C., Miami, Cuba, Honduras and other Latin American countries, with the filing of a charter in Miami, approved by Circuit Judge Grady L. Crawford. Purpose of the group is to expand trade between all countries of the western hemisphere. Your INSURED SAVINGS here will EARN is now a Captain and jet flier in the Marine Corps Reserve. Chosen Dade County's Young Man of the Year in 1954, Christmas is an active member of the Methodist Church, and is on the board of directors of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the American Legion. Chamber of Commerce. Moose, WOW'.. 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