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% lewisltUEIbiciidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 29—Number 39 Miami, Florida, Friday. September 30. 1955 Price 20* • CORDIAL INVITATI ON EXTENDED \or Group Asked to Moscow on Search for Writers IED NMIONS (JTA)—The hunger for infor laboul and contact with, the Jews of the tnion'which has been gaining momentum L the eeneral relaxation of tensions herald*e Geneva conference continued to build up [the wake of a Soviet invitation to the Jewish bomnultcc to see for itself in Moscow about [of Soviet Jewish writers. The speculation • conlined to any one quarter, as a rash of Jcroppctl up m the Yiddish press, here and La. in the Manchester Guardian, and in the |{ a report from Rumania reaching Israel, he release of more Zionist leaders. invitation came when Soviet Ambassador to Iteil States (ieorgi N. Zarubin told the Jewish Committee that it should come to Moscow to Ithe matter of missing Jewish cultural workJwriters The JLC reported that the Ambas[jtatement, asking them "to take up directly" jtqucst for information as to the whereabouts 168 So\;nration with anti-Semites. brd m en,s in the walkout were Adrienne "corh?n na S ,n8 editor and Dr J B Matthews. IIIH L uhn Geor 8e Fielding Eliot and Ruth left'th! nl n ^ u,in editors. Regular contributors hed ,„..., ,nclud ed Ralph De Toledano. who were Vn.i T ard Rus "more and Eugene Lyons Id on a ."" co,u mns would no longer be 1 > monthly baU. I'nder the editorship of Clements, the magazine had been pursuing a strong pro-McCarthy political line but it had been kept clear of all racist propaganda Rushmore. one of those who was told his column was no longer needed, commented. "I was always sure that while Clements was editor the political policies of the American Mercury would always refrain from racism. Under Maguire I don t know Toledano said that dragging anti-Semitism into an anti-Communist fight gave the Communists the excuse that only anti-Semites opposed Communism and added he would have "no part of a publication which even flirts with the anti-Semites. Publisher Maguire. who termed the anti Semitism charges "a damned lie." was scheduled to receive an Americanism award on behalf of the magazine from the Wall Street Post of the American Legion. U.S., Britain Urge Russians Not to Kick Off Arms Race in Near Eeast NEW YORK (JTA)—The United States and Britain appealed to the Soviet Union Wednesday not to encourage an armaments rsce between the Arab countries and Israel, emphasizing that they, to, had decided not to encourage such a race, it was revealed by a spokesman for both countries. The appeal was made following a private meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and British Foreign Minister Harold MacMillan held in New York on the United States decision "in principle" to sell arms to Egypt to prevent her from accepting arms from Soviet Russia. The British Foreign Office announced in London today that Egypt had informed Britain that she had accepted the Soviet offer. An official communique issued jointly by Secretaries Dulles and MacMillan following their private talk, read: "There has been and continues to be complete harmony *— of views between the two governments. Both governments base their policies on the one hand to enable the various countries to provide for internal security and for their defense, and on the other to avoid an arms race which will inevitably increase the tension in the area. They will continue and hope that other governments will continue to be guided by these principles." Earlier Wednesday, it was reported from London that the British Government strongly objects to the Washington decision to supply Egypt with arms and that the French Government was considering an official protest. A British official in London said: "America is embarking on a slippery slope if it agrees to furnish arms to a counContinuad on Pag* 5 A SORKV Benson Admits He Made Error WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson said Wednesday that he had made a mistake in denying security clearance to Wolf Ladejinsky, Jewish land reform specialist. The Secretary was called before a Senate Civil Service Subcommittee, studying the Ladejinsky case and similar securityquestions. Mr. Ladejinsky was denied security clearance by the Department of Agriculture last January.



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Page 2 a fAftittITfrrMiiir Jli da y. Se, TO CREATE SPEAKERS' BUREAU Conference of Jewish Women Reveal Fosfer Homes Project Mrs. Alexander Robbing announced Wednesday thai i!n' first step i" acquaint the membership ol tin Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations with its new project <>i foster home-findinj will be the creation <>i a speakers' bureau. Conference of Jewish Women's Oi ition Is (he central coordinating bodj tor BO Jewish women's groups throughout Dade and Broward reaching ;i membership <>r more than 50 year the Conference develops ;i central pi linated activity, to bring t" [ether :ill th< itions I "•> ;* common int< i R i bins said. v the meeting <>i 1 1• • i oard ol the Coi : 9, the need for faster homes lo pi hildren under the care "i Jew isti it. u dered. Mrs Robbins was i m chairman Phe speakers' group, to be comprised ol approxl mately .'-><> women, will meet Ocl 23 for 8 day <>i n :IIKI preparation for their dutii • speaker will be responsible for two or three "i the member groups ol the Conference, accordii Robbins It is expected thai all member lions will .' i a program where Ihej maj hear the needs ol children, whal ;i foster home ilike, and where they may consider the possibility el some "t their own members becoming foster parents Member organizations have already been asked t<> sel dates for such programs "Furthermore, each on m the Conference is appointing ;i child care chairman who will take responsibilitj for the in to winch the speaker will come, and carrj forward with her own group." Robbil children bj Jewish Famitj Sen ce is ment in Miami. "It u addil %  '' ""' unwed m """' r for provision ol ] placemenl service for children I nol re in their own homes, were imperatively needed hen.4 This year through th the i immunity %  an d additional funds made available bj Jew it, child • %  lhM '"'" s,rv ices have been establish! In describing t 1 P '•'' I "'"" • ot the I 'i' thai ndcnl upon th. s> mpatbj and supns She il "no be closer to tbi I man tbaa h attempt i or children In need ol n and help MiRobbii added thai imasm aboul this proj pel. Everyom r to do her uUnoat in eontribul i ill ol the community and, spe illy, to be helpful to children Even the discus sion thai has taken place alread) has resulted In the application b to be foster parents "We know thai the well-being ol our community and the future ol this program is dependent upon our participation The < onference of Jewish Women's Organizations has alread) demonstrated its abil ; itj to make a greal contribution to the Ufa <>f our' communit) This project ione which holds great possibilities, nol onlj for the present, bill for many \i ars to come Stephen Cohen Bar Mitzvah Saturday Stephen Cohen will become Bar Mitzvah during Minclu aervici B*-th I)a\. legation Saturday iifternoon. Oet 1 He i> the son ol Mr and lira. Jack Cohen. ^ Stephenis a seventh grade stu I. ,6n ^ to lhe r 4 *S ""'r h001 loriKj ,rVm BI s ; "l Mr, in I VorkCrty^ COlOeiD DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNtrntw.. —^J High Type Daamtie Waakl, Moid %^ 0 JJ" ~ U ^ Pwrttri Maids H;,,?!* ~ *M*mr ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ffioNESj^ Al RsXHOROWIJZReturns from Summer Stint Alvin Wilder, general manager of the Shindcrman Management t orporation, 3P03 Alton rd.. Miami 'i r. turned this week from ;i summer long stinl as manager of Nippersink Manor. Genoa City, Wis a well known rceotl hotel operated bj the Shindennan com \\ alder will resume his hotel The luncheon session is called by Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman Reports on this month's national mobilization conference for Israel Bonds m Washington will highlight the planning session. Mis Louis Glaaser, former chairman of the local Israel Bond drive and president of the Mt. 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^tSSMtftt tUUL Hyman Dies Jami at Age 71 K Kyman, leader of nuan d philanthropic in Greater Miami, died i bra! hemorrhage. 71 L mi 't"H.vmnn at a lunchLing in iln' L'rnwy hotel w here lie had come Lpacitv as head of the Mit prevention week commitbumped to the floor while Introductions. who came to Miami in bded at 305 NE 24th st. job here was as an enft!the overseas railroad to % S [. He later went to work JyFlagler's original Miami I 'yght & Power Co., and L'ith the company when it en over by the Florida Powkht Co. jiany years, he had been [of public service for FPL. _,, was at various times di%  the Red Cross, the March fcs and numerous other welganizati"ii> He had also flted in the activities of the frof Commerce, Dade Counnsc Council and was a memthe Miami Rotary Club, f Miami Airport Association, i Engineering Society and herican Public Hcafth Assoletimeot his death Tuesday, chairman of a group of smen and educators making or National Fire Prevention bere Oct. 9 through 15. an is survived by his sister, iantmun. a niece. Mrs. S. S. jboth of Miami, and a nepheph Hantman. Chicago. ices were scheduled for ay in Temple Israel of MiRiverside Memorial Chapel kharge of arrangements. Pag e 3 a Discussing the results of the first open meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom are (left to right) Albert L. Rosen, president, Harold R. Granoff, chairman of refreshments committee, and Jerome Green, program chairman. The meeting was held Wednesday evening in the Temple banquet hall. N. M. Nym.ii Mrs. Weintraub Will Speak on Polio In National Tour Dade county's "Mothers' March on Polio" was accorded recognition Friday as "outstanding in the nation" when Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub was asked to speak at nation-wide regional meetings for polio volunteer workers. Mrs. Weintraub, who will lead the county-wide March of Dimes fund-raising effort for her sixth straight year, made the announcement at an organizational meeting of 25 march "captains" and special unit leaders in the Miami Women's club. She said it will mark the first time a polio volunteer worker has been chosen by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis for the tour. Her speaking topic will be organization of the moth ers' march. "My selection is not due to my efforts, but to those of all 12.000 women who helped collect a record $176,000 in one hour in January, 1955 to fight polio," she said. She will speak in Washington. D. C, Sept. 30; Cincinnati, Oct. 4; Chicago, Oct. 6; New York, Oct. 15; and New Orleans, Oct. 24. I ~t T J % Ia Yom Kippur memorial services were observed this L V mem bers of Miami Beach Post 330 and Ladies' AuxBc ST!? Ve, erans. at Torah Temple. Lett to right are I soirit i ,' immedi ate past commander; Rabbi Louis Caskder T 1 1 ea d; and Ralph Grossrrian, juoior vice comliary S honore <* departed members oi the Poet and High Makes City Commission Bid Miami real estate and insurance executive James w. High announced this week that he plans to qua! a candidate in Group 3 in the Miami City Commission race. Head of the firm bearing his name. High, 46, is married to a na' tive Miamian, the former Helen Thomas, of Little River. They have two children, Ellen, 15. and John, 8, in local schools. The candidate j came to Miami about 20 years ago from Gaffney, S.C., owns his home and lives at 842 SW 12th ave. His experience includes service with the Marines, the Navy and the U. S. Department of Justice. He served eitfht years with the Marines, two of them overseas, and seven years as a Federal law enforcement officer, with some years spent in university study in criminology and related subjects. He resigned his position as a senior Federal officer to enter the Navy during World War II. Since leaving the Armed Forces, he has operated his own business. High said that "a strong interest in local government has prompted me to run for this office, and I believe that the use of mature judgment, stemming from years of experience in both the law enforcement and business fields, will make me a good Miami City Commissioner." High sought the office once previously in the 1951 race. Jmmet W. High Mrs. Syinay I. Weintraub Sale of Bonds Past $80,000 Sale of State of Israel Bonds during the High Holy Days in Dade county soared past the $80,000 mark on Yom Kippur as the announcement of the oil strike in the northern Negev accelerated interest in Israel's primary source of investment capital. North Shore Jewish Center, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz making a personal appeal for the purchase of Israel Bonds, and Beth David, where Greater Miami chairman Jacob Sher and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg shared the assignment, led the way with purchases exceeding $50,000. New York businessman Ira Hirschmann made appeals at the Coral Gables and Zamora Jewish Centers and Miami Beach civic leader Malvin Englander spoke at Beth Tfilah. At other congregations, the rabbis handled the appeals. Seymour B. Liebman. chairman of the High Holy Day campaign, urged all persons who turned down tab cards or made commitments orally during any of the appeals to respond immediately to their billing. Honna Senesch Hadassah Will Install Officers Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah will hold an installation brunch on Monday noon, Oct. 3, at the Shelborne hotel. Mrs. Jack Falk will be installed president by Mrs. Henry Wernick. Program chairman is Mrs. A. Applebaun. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Applerouth and Mrs. I. Teitch. Perefz School Will Mark Succoth With Symposium Workmen's Circle Peretz School, 1545 SW 3rd st., will celebrate Succoth with a symposium Sunday evening, Oct. 2. Subject scheduled is: "Jewish Education for Our Children." Participants will include Jacob Lestchinsky, well known writer, and Louis Lasavin, principal of the school. Yiddish poet M. Z. Tkatch will read selections from his latest book. ADELPHIA BUSINESS SCHOOL 2343 PONCE DE IEON BIVD. Phone HI 4-3252 School Subjects at $8 a wk. 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Page 4 a *Jewis*ncri(Har wJenistflcridliari Published avery Friday line* 1927 by tha Jawlah Floridlan at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami It, Florida Entered ai second-elate matter July 4. 1930. at the Pott Oft'-> >•! %  -.' SU iinH.r &f •. Art • Ms"* "' a Tha Jewish Florldian hat absorbed tha Jewish Unity and iri y t ..,.n weeKi/. mtmuti o tne jewisn ra'Oraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newt Service. National Editr'al Association. American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Preti Association. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 PI' 1 Th Jewish norWisn *-.* E^iSLl!!?.*"** i of th marrnandlac j^ with intelligence when we understand them .^;; coB frtiB^j ing blacked their root causes out. we are wdoemr n „, And more central issues are at atake than M~ Cetwinved ei •§• SA ully devotes himsell to *?%£& jr government* lop-drawer a* -a *ive spying. Th.* .ae. ^srejn.^ p by Washington columnM Mam



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)m ber 30. 1955 *Je*istfkri4k>iMi kers to the Editor —with FloridUn: fc„ reading *> Mmd >During the Week .. [in last "<' ,,k s issuc of 1 horidian. where he ,,.,-H with President C American Jewry's Lh|i>h the State of IsLvi my lu-tory-rcwrit[if my idols of yesterE shattered, what purMking. ;m '' wnat are ; President to be r ms of the mores that |fno or in terms of a and higher morality lould apply to the rei of that office at key %  turning points? Part ability of President raumabiy lay in the i could have both the j the vision to destroy |r at least overlook it oblems confronting his x devices viewpoint. I can well Iras woefully lax in conNazis head on for their brutality. But from the point of view of the standard ethics of international diplomacy, thr>e seem to be relevant facts: A. Overt intervention by one state in the internal affairs of another just isn't done—not kosher. A grain of salt belongs on this flnt assertion, but these exhibits are relevant: 1. This principal was set forth in part in the first statement of the Monroe Doctrine so far as Europe and the Americas as a whole were concerned. It was brought to fuller j development so far as the U.S. and the other American countries go | in the various expressions of the i Roosevelt good-neighbor policy in which the doctrine of non-interven-' tion by one country in the internal! affairs of another was presented in i a number of forms. 2. The Roosevelt stand against an expansionist Germany was stated in the 1937 "quarantine the aggressor" speech. The core of free world opposition was here affirmed on the basis of resistance to aggression and not internal Naii reTHE WEEK fS I SEE IT Continued from Pag* 4 A ent to equate security with blanket secrecy, by permitting ent to advance our national stupidity, we are establishing recedent We are contributing to the development of a State capable of leading the intellectually destiny of its I are telling a body which is our instrument that we are its that we arc docile, that we are prepared to follow "for our any unhealthy practices in this regard are already unques i government's engaging in secret scientific investigation for of what is presumably a civil military but which is increas ng professional and the government's attitude toward scien lernmcnt property. In this sense, the coming investigation of isorship is a good thing. |challeni;< the authority of those who increasingly assume S censor who are extending the interpretation of "national 'to fit the needs of individual power. It will once again htmment personnel to a recognition of the fact that they n the peoples' employees. pression. Even this objection to external political management was strangely decried at the time. 3. At the end of World War II, at a time of perhaps maximum fluidity in the conduct of events, and with respect to Poland for example, the most advanced stand the leaders of the free world could take was to insist that there be internal free choice. That this tree choice led to the destruction of the free Polish government and the creation of a tyrannous Soviet satellite, became a matter of regret and no more to free world leadership. B. The most advanced dogma of resistance became the notable doc1 trine of "containment"—a kind of i confession that the best to be done was to stop the expansion of the germ. You could not go back and from the outside erase the damage it had done. C. The early Eisenhower-Dulles ideal of "liberation," presumably OM positive alternative to a negative containment notion, died on the vine. The East Berlin uprisings of 1953 aborted. D. U.S. resistance has been carried on in the name of Radio Free Europe, a private organization. E. The Comintern, arch intervenor, has been formally separate from the Soviet government and Communist Parties in individual countries — presumably operative on their own. F. The use of non-recognition to reflect dissatisfaction with internal regimes has been distinctively cultivated by U.S. policymakers—a kind of projection into hard-boiled international realpolitik of the hopeful idealism of a young republic. The problems it can bring are shown in the U.S. reactions with Red China. Do the foregoing propositions stray very far from the initial issue of should and could FDR have condemned racist Nazi Germany more vigorously for its brutality? I do not think so. The misdeeds of foreign governments with respect to their own peoples can be mighty treacherous soil to tread on. In this regard, Gunnar Myrdal labelled his volumes "An American Dilemma." JOSEPH KAHN Page 5 a Israeli Troops Move to Occupy Demilitarized Zone Continued from Pago 1 A a Foreign Ministry spokesman who announced the move. Gen. Burns, who met with Arthur Lourie, deputy director general of the brad Foreign Ministry, and Joseph Tekoa. the Israel delegate to the Gaza pacification talks, called upon Israel to remove the' troops. He was given firm a.ssurances that this would he done as I soon as Egypt withdrew her forces which were illegally stationed in the demilitarized zone and undertook to cease interfering with the border demarcation project. He also was informed fully of the details of the Israel military movement. Meanwhile, Maj. Francois Giacommagi, head of the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission, informed Israel that he was sending UN observers to the scene to take up positions along the border. He asked that they be permitted to travel freely throughout the zone. Permission was granted immediately. Explaining the background of the Israel move, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said that in a large-scale action and in deliberate violation of the armistice agreement, Egyptian army units have pulled down and destroyed markers along the international border between Nizana and the demilitarized zone. He revealed that this information came from a UN observers' report which had just reached the Foreign Ministry. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 183407 ROBERT I. COLLINS, Plaintiff. BETTY JEAN rOLLINH, Ix-f.ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BETTY 111 \ N COLLINS I 0 Mi v Klma Itahy Boi 181, -Homo fi Mi liman, T'-rirxYou are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for invoice baa riled strains) you, and you are required i" i v • %  .i eopji of your Answer or Plea/Una to the BUI or Complain) %  n the iilalntifra Attorney, AIETIHI: I> DECKELMAN, 1620 West Kl. Ktreet, Miami, Florida, and ftli I A ii i' i r or Pleadlna In the office of the "Vi k <>r HitCircuit I before the itli da) or November if you r.iii to do so, Judgment i>v will '" taken agalnal you for %  relief demanded In tinBill of %  'omnli : I Tins notice shall lie published each week for four consecutive in THE JEWIHH M.'.IMM \.\ DONE AND ORDERED al Ml Florida, thli 23rd day of Bt-pten A D, : i: B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, I Mil,County, Florida.. B) WM u STOCKlNfi ii Court Heal I Depul y i ARTHUR l>. DECKELMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Weal KUcli I Street Ml. HI, I. Florida 9/30 — 10/7-14-21 MUD TO HAVE TURNED UP Group Asked to Moscow on Search for Writers Joed from Page 1 A igain-t Zionists and the ic about things Jewish M Daily forward reB what it described as ble sources, that Moshe L Jewish poet and dramken id. ,| from a in Siberia. The report prodersohn. w ho is 66, |jfe. were now living in "at report was followed sr of other, in the Yidtoondent of the Jewish W, Montreal Yiddish M^paper. reported that fen informed that still %  t he Soviet Jewish writKin--was now living wow (lemberg). He said lormant who had attendVal in Warsaw and had paission to visit Lwow, ed that Lwow was now a large center of Jewish population At the same time, an article in the Jewish Day-Morning Journal reported that while Brodersohn, Halkin, and a third writer, J. Sternberg, were alive and in Moscow, three others—Itzik Feffer, David Bergelson and Peretz Markish — were dead. The article, which said that reports reaching Yiddish writers appeared to be authentic, stressed that there was no information as to where or how those reported dead had died. In Tel Aviv, it was reported that authentic information reaching Israel had given reason to assume that all the Rumanian Zionist leaders who had been imprisoned for several years had now been released. The report which reached Israel listed a number of leaders released recently, in addition to those who had been reported freed earlier. The latest release, accordfWNGrON DOESN'T Urges Russians to Play Fair P u d from Page 1 A virtual threat of black[ decision to sell arms to P confirmed Tuesday in P by state Department fw declared that this was TJrL 1 Soviet offer to !" l0 Egypt m exchange Ittni.U Wea nS lhe %  |*ouid provide Egypt ofK would be fo/SicUv I Proses and not to enpression against Israel. El L," A ,rong ***** S thai ^"rtnwnt of requests by Israel for relatively insignificant amounts of military equipment requiring export licenses were also being considered: The officials indicated that the quantities considered for Egypt are considerably larger than those for Israel. However, they added that Egypt was a larger country than Israel and had requested more than Israel. State Department press secre tary Lincoln White said that the arms to be sent to Egypt would not be sufficient to set off an arms race between Egypt and Israel. But other sources disclosed that the arms involved would be worth about $10,000,000. ing to the report, came as a result of an appeal to Rumanian authorities by Chief Rabbi M. Rosen of Bucharest. In sharp contrast to the relaxation of tension implicit in the reports of Soviet invitations and released writers, was a report in the Manchester Guardian attributed to a recently returned visitor from Moscow. The visitor told the Manchester Guardian that hundreds of Jewish homes in Moscow had been raided last month by police units in search of "Jewish publications." The raids were said to have been followed by a number of arrests. None of those arrested have been heard from since that time, according to the report. The Manchester Guardian said that considerable anxiety exists among the Jews of Moscow as a result of the arrests. The newspaper stressed that these were the first mass Jewish arrests since the so-called "doctors' plot" arrests in 1953. The Manchester Guardian commented that they occurred "at a time when hopes were high that with the new policy of the Soviet Government Jews, too. would be permitted to live a full Jewish life." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183505 HELEN ROSEN, Plaintiff HERMAN ROBEN, Ix-fondant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TU: HERMAN R< >8EN :'i Homestead Park c/o Brooks Newark, New Jersey Ton ara hereby notified that a < nmi>iaint for Divorce ha* ben against you, and you are required to serve .1 cops of youi Anawai or PI inc to the Complaint on th> Plain' •< attorney, ALVIN B, CAWN, %  for Applli .ml 120 Lincoln Road 10 V1 4-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3629?-A In Re: ESTATE OF DAN A. COLLIER, Dei eased To All Creditors and AM Persons u rln claims or Demands Aia'm-t Paid Estate: You, anil each Of you, .ire be notified and required to present ..ny rl.iinis and demand* whirr, either of you, maj have against the of DAN A COLLIER, den eased Hamilton County, Ohio, to -he Honorable Count] Judaea of I'.de (•.unity, and file the same in theli offlcea in 'he County Courthouse in Dadi County. 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Page 6 a *Jenisl_ fkricJiar>_ Jrid y. i.. n j Shei'd, Morris Waldman Reside on Mi Wometco end WTVJ titan Mitchell Woifson went to New York following ;i celebration "i his Mth birthda} with Inwife, Frances, in Nashville Purpose "I the tup was Imeet partner Sidney Meyer So. Instead ol seeing last week's brutal battle be i w.'i'ii Harciano and Moore In their own Miami thea lor chain, Mitch ami Sid watched iM>' event at ring Bide. Before lie returns home, Mitch plans to attend the <>, i fl tion of the Theater Owners ol America in l."Angeles He i.1 former president and chairman of the board. Current plans, incidentally, are that Sid's daughters, Patsy (Mrs. Charles) Goldstein, of Miami Shores, ami Bobbee (Mrs. Roy) Schechter, NE 85th -1 will also leave for the West with their husbands They'll Stay at the Beverly Hilton while the) visit the Stan The Victor Friedman*, of 3160 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, are proud as punch. Daughter Tamara Hope will enter Wcllc-ley College's ire-hman class this winter. Aug. 2" at Mercy Hospital was a banner <\.i> and history In the making for Miami. Born there was pert Judy Ann Markinson a lourth generation Miamlan! It's all somewhat complicated, hut the family tree goes like this: Judy Ann's mother. Mrs. Irving Markinson, 883 NE lti4th -t 1the former Dorothy Pepper and a native Miamian Dorothy's folks, the Morris Peppers, were al-o horn in Miami While Judy Ann's great grandfather, A. J. Pepper, viaan carh settler here. The truth will out: the new arrival's paternal grandmother. Dora Markinson, is a "Yankee" hailing from New York. Pun I C I I The Sam Aitmans have jusl about concluded plantor honoring rrCUa iMl^ll^C'd l() liter Helen at a sweet sixteen part) Sunda) in the Kismet room of /•u;i.iu ,! 17m *+A the Algiers hotel .l.lllKIIHMMI I I It 11(1 Fift) ol Helen's friends are expected to he on hand tor the occa Freda Ann Spector and ClUII Airs. Morrii Wald Best man was Samuel Waldman. hrother of the groom. Others in "' sCr eam eluded Ted Landesman. Alvin Le fne ,wo n*l it 1 venton, Edward Koppel. I Waldenng Three months man. Gabriel Dcutsch, Habhi How -urprised Carla bjfh Delta i'lu sorority. """ r mt ( childhood when Skip ard Danzig, of Lebanon. Pa.. M (,, make the The talented sweet sixteen Helen was also president Ol her home used to viaH the bO| next door Berkowitz. Howard Trietman. Ben -ion. She 1a junior at Miami Midi where -he belongs to the Anchor Club, Future Teacherol Am d 1first vice president o| SiLima II Skipi Soule have known each I In a 6 pm. double at the I.'I ., h.xei,, V '" K I h Karger. daughter.i Mr. and Vis. En KarRer. 2-420 Flamingo dr.. hecame 1 the bride of Morris Wald of Mr and MiJn-eph Waldman. 2502 Prairie ave. I'nde of the bride Rabbi Abraham M. Danzig of K m -aCity. Mo, performed the cere mony. The bridal gown of tulle and aleneon lace was with bateau ncek \ line appliqucd with aleneon lace on bodice and sleeves that end m a point. The skirt satin was under a bouf-; fant skirt of nylon tulle with a nine-inch band of aleneon lace I gathered in a full skirt ending in ] a cathedral train of tulle. The bride's mother wore a coral nylon tulle dinner formal. The groom's motner was attired in a champagne cocktail gown of lace and silk organza. Miss Ann Waldman, maid of honor, wore a champagne lace and net cocktail formal. Bridesmaid Miss Leila Waldman. wore a pink silk organza cocktail gown. Miss Shelly tandesman was flower girl. and Master Eliot Waldman the ting bearer. iami m <-iiiln iiiiclXon Meet by Accid Trofli isHevea Carla Joy Cheyette 1 York to visit hen May 28. By cou Conrad Stern arrived i on the very same 1 stationed overseas room in her sophomore y< ar Sureeba Stevens will he oil lor a trip overseas Od 2!' It not all lun this time-but a serious effort to observe conditions In Israel. Sue's been chosen b) Federation to join a United Jewish Appeal %  "• trom to 1 reda Ann. Their romance August when he Army h|o--omed last came home on ten ice. Now. stud) mission there And she has plent) ol experience, too she is chairthey're planning to be married man ol CJA's education committee and hadone work with the Flornext January 111 Beth David S\na ida Continuing Education Council. Sue won't boast about it. hut friends admire her great drive She's k k attending the University of Miami and expectto receive %  degree in Mr an<1 Mr> JullUs Spector. 135 psycholog) come June commencement |SW 22nd nl.. parents of the bride homeVs!ou!h^^ £ — ""^ Husband Bernard, of course, ,the well known StevenMarket P^ Th P !" >PWtive bridegroom executive Miss Bernstein And Al Goodman Plan December Rites Mary Esther Bernstein and Al J. Goodman. Jr.. are planning a DeExpected hack Oct ti from Montreal 1soprano Ruth Brotman. She annually \1-1tCanada for her summer vacation. Family there includenoted Quebec surgeon H. L. Brotman. Latest addition to the continental trek: The Abe Eisenbergs leave for Europe Friday, sailing from New York on the SS United St. Their tour is scheduled to include France, the Riviera is the son oi Mr and MrEdward S Soule. 1511 SW 19th at Miss Spector la a native Miamian and a graduate of Miami High School where she belonged to the glee club, chorus and Anchor (Tub. She attended the University of MiBut special even, will he their viti! with Lord and Lady M.'ich.tt'm ** W '* enre,,ed 3t ,he England. Abe has long' been active in a ho-t of civic and benevolent organizations and ia director ol Riverside Memorial. Mill not talking about it la Walter Jacobs. But rumorpers.-t that he plans to build at DuPont Plaza by the Miami River mouth hater^nr. affino SS? ?? ?2P *""**?* 1;,> ^ '"nation Hotel and office building, including an architect-' display center Proud grandparents around town are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Siktr From their Biarritz dr home comethe announcement ol the birth of versify of Florida Mr Soule played football at Mi Seldband and Jerry Seidhand la 'laughter of! The bjride and groom will live in Murray ( heyette ltttfl Miami Beach. majored in muucattne| of Miami. She has Mied pearances aa cokmail A few years agoshtt of a Bade county scssf test. She'-ung for | benefit pertormaneei Norman, son of Mr. j Jack Stern of BrootrraJ Miss Bernstein's parents. Mr. and City College of Mrs. Joe Bernstein. 5851 North Bay R 1 \ ln-titute I rd., are announcing the engage-'electronics ment. The engaged couple | The bride-elect graduated from married early in Miami Beach High School and atmake their home ill tended the University of Alabama. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsi\t:.... W^hwili?] Ion sorority. Alpha Lambda Delta, j '\ IINS '' u,w freshman honorary, and Triangle, i I*'ij||lCt* Dlivifll sophomore service club. 1 .... n ,1 Mr. Goodman is the son of the Oil I 11 lit 1 senior Goodmans, who live in Asheville, N.C. He graduated from high Carole M. SchwimBj they re engagea. Carole's parentv Irving Schwartz. SB I st iannouncing thl, gagemenl. Carole is M entering the Army. He recently returned from France where he was cited as the outstanding soldier in the 524th MP Unit He is continuing his studios at the UF. the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, he served on the Interfraternity Council and Student Enter tainment Committee. Jeffrey Stephen ,0 Dc and Mr,. Epbr.imS. wnm7u7**XZg The new arrival joins hitwo-year-old sister. Kathy Ellen incidentally, are the children of an Illustrious father Ephr.im ,-' ,',', aistan profeor of anaestbesiologj .1 the University of PrtSbwgh He al-o developed a new type of laryngaaeope, which bears In,, 1 1now being commerciallv nrorin !" ,! "•'"" '""' a one ing commercially produced On Oct. 18. he and wife Eileen leave with their children to. year exchange profe-sor-hip in England. Not to be outdone is F.phraimlister, Dr. Esttlle • ned, tr„ and wife ol Rabbi Henry O. Bernstein, now r,„| J They wnte to -ay that f,ve-mon,h,dd Jo.. Jacob ,,„,„, ZgJZ > > > Dorothy Krieger Fink Naples and Rome With her is mother Mrs. Moses Krieger. Were terr.hlv .bout this country. Dorothy writeo, ,-racl ,, yi>M] J .,„„ ^ la now In brae] Previous itopt were K excited P.tr"l. n O.,.r; a ; hOWer ^ ^^ "' M,; mi W Ctob wa. pop,,,;,,Hostess was pioneer Miamian Mrs. Isidor Cohan aiuu. 1 u. Clair. (Mr,. Sydney) W.intr.ub, RTSj^j£7jaf^' tional Polio Foundation Friday. R tour for %  Vl Guestbook at the shower was the same to be used when Pat marrhdown1 the-isle wtth K.nn.fh D. Rosen Oc, 1(5 a the FontamebH After the honeymoon, the couple will live here in M.ami The Michigan. n ^ LS a gradUa,C f ,hc "SKITS Kenneth received his degree from Boston University He's the m of the Jack Rosens, of Brookline. Mass. W ,nc M)n When Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt checks into the Delano hti .w weekend, shell be welcomed by a committee including he' n.th I Mr,. Mitchell Wolfson, Dr. and Mr,. Kurt P.iser and the ThJ'l zZ > J l '** ath ring. ^ones GoldRev. Goldberg ls he n •in "reda Specter \ Vi V Mis, Mmry ttrmsfim sl m Car* **M ;o;M. Dnclc PTA WVko.ncs Diivclor called the hr, v"''!. Sb P m ker i Hebrew schools of North Dade m .North Dade JewJewish Center, and was the guest evening Meeting waa held Wednesday evening at the Center. Mrs. Charles -ewly ap-lcole and her committee were in or £ lhe Sund y "d 'charge of refreshmenU. N y resident jj ] ,mi and 1£W High School. 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Lber 30, 1955 +Jew!st ncridHain Page 7 a .' Borbcro Pearl Icincr Told Eien !'• I Henry arc c i"! Their I announced during ,;, nays b) her parId Mrs Harry Pearl, m | r || th" son of the •., Hackensack, N.J. graduated from Mibiool, where she bei debating team. Preshorida regi m of B'nai she icurrently a itudent at the I'niverHiibcr of l.amhnry, ol v h ch -he is It nsaek Iwherc Inwas captain ill tea: a mempating team Me inow AlillllDKMiss £ e Do shew Eve Dashcw Plans December Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patten, of Boca Raton, announce the engagement of their daughter. Eve Dashcw, to Robert David Baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Baum. 2162 Alton rd., Miami Beach. The bride-elect received her BA degree at the Universjty of Pittsburgh agd is doing graduate work at the Universfty of Miami. Mr. Baum is a graduate of the University of Miami and is a sophomore at the I'niversity of Miami medical school. He is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity. | f The couple are planning a December wedding. Temple Israel Women Install I Members of the Siaterfaood of Temple Israel will install officers at a luncheon in the Algiers hotel I on Monday, Oct. 3. Plans for the luncheon, installation and entertainment are being made by a committee headed by Ura Freda Newman. Reservations for the luncheon arc being taken by Mrs. L. Nabe. lin. Miriam Kobley will be installed as new president of the Sisterhood. Other officers include: vice presidents, Mrs. Aaron Kan ner. .Mrs Joseph Ruffner, MrLouis (iillman. Mrs. Harry Simonds; recording secretary, lira. Jack Levkoff; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Henry Hindi; financial secretary, Mrs. (;. Louis Mcndelson: treasurer, Mrs. Max Holtsberg; and auditor, Mrs. Charles Ratner. The new board members include the Mesdames L. Adlcr, A. Booxbaum, J. Bulbin. E. Conn. L. Hirschfield, A. Jacobs, J. Krause, H. Nevins, M. Serotta, W. Singer, H. Thurman, S. Weintraub, J. Werner, L. Zeientz, F. Abrams. J. Dreyfuss, H. Friedman, S. Gordon, A. Green, M. Lansburgh, \V. Lehman, L. Levenson. L. Meyer, M. Parnes, S. Resnick, N. Robbins. A. Sandier, H. E. Wolff and L. Wolfson. %  *i Toppell Toppi'll krMitzvali fawrence Toppell will %  Mitzvah during Satur1 services, Oct. 1, of [ Congregation. Rabbi nberg will officiate, fkvah is in the eighth wandoah Junior High fe he belongs to the swimming team and f Mr. and Mrs. Jack iMore dr. North, he inding religious school P've years F will he hosts at the pi pneg Shabbat and [following Saturday r lces ln hon og your guesll oil ooer Dcde Coi/nfy-see everything lor I lore at \ TROPICAL HOBBYLAND j Miami's Famous Indian Village and Zoo \ PHONE 64 4579 FOR RESIDENT PASS, FREE ) 3S£ ROSEDALE ^^£*. RESTAURANT* DELICATESSEN ~VM0 7996 FVIF Pfih'fpy 170 N.W. FIFTH STREET Kosher Style Cooking Privote Dining Room Air Conditioned Free Parking MIAMI 8 urrJmes the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •r. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WIST PALM BEACH



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fCmSTM LEADER [xC/r/NG CAREER ihiJe^vdisltUEIIioicildlilain MIAMI, FLORIQA Friday. September 30, 1955 Section B HARPERS STUDY INCLUDES PROBLEMS IN MIAMI PMPARI FOR ft AST Of TAURNACLES lavid Youth from 3 to 18 Celebrate High Holidays l youthful citizens, ranging inages from ,'„ 18 vears. members-and guests of the ^Congregation, were in attendance at High kith services last week. EMS were held '" ,he Syrian Lebanon iHal'l and the auditorium of Beth David (l i by 1 mted Synagogue Youth of Beth the following participants t antor Irwin Siegel and Sidney SchreiL y ra bbis Shitra Serott and Charles | Hebrew the Spoken Language" and L j n ( SY Heading the ushers committee Ihbart, ;> nieml)er of the newly E | P Also participating was Albert reader. The pre-teen services |( ,,,, auditorium under the direeenior instructor of the Hebrew department, in cooperation with Mrs. Malka Robins and Zvi Rosenkrantz, were conducted in traditional Hebrew. Leaders for this youth service were Junior cantors Charles Novomodsky. Ivan Feller and David Geyer. Junior rabbis were Sussan Schwartzman, Jay Miller. Ronald Jacobson and Sean Kaufman. Highlight of the service was the sermonctte delivered by Jay Miller on "What Rosh Hashona Meant to Me." Roni Hyman. presently a student at Vanderhili Peabody College in Nashville. Tenn., and formerly a member of the Hebrew faculty at Beth David, also spoke. Heading the ushers committee was Martin Orlin. Kindt rgarten group, ranging from three to seven. were conducted in classroom settings. Members of the faculty who assisted were the Mesdames Svlvia MUgrim, Zella Warshaw, iNther Lundblad. Sarah Parnea, Barbara Safer and Rose Schreidell. Heiman, Mrs. Stevens to Represent Miami on United Jewish Appeal Trip Yaakcv Rosenberg introduces nurtad kindergarten youth to the Holy the Torahs. This youthlul group les members of the daily nursery-kindergarten school sponsored by Beth David Congregation under the supervision of Mesdames Sarina Gisnet and Shaloma Shawmut. KS1I0N BOX Succoth to be Ushered in f What is Your Holiday Score? that Succoth is considerhappiest of all the major holidays? If so, why? %  nous Maharil was once t'i whj the liturgy for the V rails i!i,' [estiva] a title r fa tt inswered that l< more rejoicing on the one thing 1 c lit which I ht< n the Secondly, • tall harvest Pic were happy after haviod harvest |i' a^ Hi, first festival f Daj ol Atonement. On a serious eld swaj Alter Vom Kippur the people fell into a relaxed mood feeling that their sins had been forgiven. Furthermore, historically it was on Yom Kippur Day that Moses came down from his second trip atop Sinai, announcing that all had been forgiven for the sin of the Golden Calf. Succoth was also the occasion of the water festival, of "Simchal Beth Hashoava" of which the Talmud says that "one who had not seen the festivity of this occasion had not seen real festivity in his day." Why are tha osrog and lulav wavad in all four directions as well as up and down during the services in the synagogue during the Succoth holiday? The Talmud (Babli. Succah 37b) makes two statements concerning this gesture. One is that the esrog and lulav are waved in the four directions to indicate that all four directions and their limits belong to the Almighty. Waving them up and down indicate that both the heaven above and the earth beneath belong to the Almighty. This was a means of displaying the omnipotence of the Almighty. During the season of harvest it was indeed wise for man to remind himself that all that is belong t" G-d. and that what he has reaped is but what the Lord has given him. The other statement in the Talmud claims that they are waved in the four directions to keep away the evil winds. Two Greater Miami Jewish community leaders are leaving to represent this area on a study mission in Israel conducted by the United Jewish Appeal. They are Sam J. Heiman. chairman of Federation's 1955 Combined Jewish A p p e al Campaign, and Mrs Bernard Stevens, chairman of CJA's educational committee. Heiman leaves Miami on Oct. I. Mrs Stevens departs on Oct. 29. According to Stanley C Myers. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the two Miamians will join some 25 of the highest ronkinu Jewish community leaders throughout the us., including a few chosen high level national UJA %  xecutivi g, on the mis Heiman pointed out that the United Jewish Appeal la one of the major beneficiaries of the IV ation dr've in Greater Miami, The t l.\ through its three constituent agencies—.loioj Distribution I mimittce. United Israel Appeal and New York Service for New Americans -conductrelief, rehabilitation and resettlement programaffecting the lives of thousands of Jews around the world. More than half of the SI,250,000 n ised in la-i year's Greater Miami drive was allocated to the UJA, Heiman said. Explaining that his "personal and, business afiairs do not warrant my leaving the country at this time. I nevertheless realize that this opportunity comes only once in a lifetime, and I feel privileged io have been selected on this important mission." JWV NEWS Broward Post In Blood Drive Blood drive was conducted this week by the Broward County Post No. 613 to obtain blood from all Posts and Auxiliaries to help a critically ill JWVA sister. Norma Siegel. fund raising chairman of Broward County Auxiliary, Wednesday announced that a card party will be held Oct. 19 at Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Proceeds from the affair will be donated jointly to Cerebral Palsy and veteran rehabilitation. • • Coral Gables Post No. 243 will hold a regular business meeting Tuesday evening. Oct. 4 at the Coral Gabies Jewish Center. Fund raising chairman is Buddy Logue. West Miami Auxiliary No. 223 will meet on Thursday evening. Oct. 6, at West Miami Town Hall. MM CONGREGATION BOASTS Of 125 FAMILIES %  nic Dade Growth Brings Birth of South Dade Center J ilation growth in Dade County has I organization—the South Dade V Wcr h, order to fill the religious, edu1 ana <•„,.„...,, needs „ f the area Jewish com r 'lure recently organized to form F" aocirt,,,,, to the steadily growing number pwuev centers and temples here. LJ-j""! 1 nu deus of individuals in April, Lh? Kh enter has grown to include some F"*cr families in five months. FrTn f ,h f Dew ton Sregation include Herman lKai7 ,U: J(,shua Segal, vice president; %  vice president; Edward S. [Katz. [t rea '•' vce president; tawara \ %  %  "*: Harold Kane, financial secretary; om. n T' c rding secretary; Laura Wein ^ponding secretary. •of directors are Dr. Donild Altman. Sam ler ii.i? ,amond Herma > Feldman, Gene • *"s freeman, David Katz, Abe Light, I die Mell Dr. Norman Nash. Robert H. Newman Edward S. Roth, Dolly Scheinbcrg, Joshua Segal and Dr. Florence Wechsberg. First major accomplishment of the Center has been the recent establishment of its Hebrew and Kndaj school under the direction of Joshua Rephun. ,, irs Lesions opened at the South MuimJUptist Church Monday, and plans to purchase land for building a new North Dade Jewish Center site are on the offing. The congregatton meets on the fourth"Wednesday of each month at the South Miami Community House, 6150 Sunset dr. Membership affair will be held Wednesday afternoon Set 5. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Fried man' 1241 Placets*. In charge of information are Mrs.' David Katz. 7510 SW 58th ave, Mrs. Sidney Schreer. 6400 Caballero blvd.; and Mrs. Ernest Rosenkrantz. 707 Anastasia. New Club in Masquerade Will Hear Talk on Israel "Mr. and Mrs. Club." a group of voung married couples of Temple Beth Sholom, will hold a Succoth masquerade party on Saturday evening. Oct. 1. in the banquet hall of the Temple. Mrs. Jordan Bittel, president of the group, has announced the appointment of Mrs. Thomas Gerard as chairman of the affair. Mrs. Louis J. Krensky is sponsor of this newest affiliate of Beth Sholom. Sam 1. Htimati In recent years Mrs. Stevens has .worked extensively with youth in r Miami as a leader of girl troops and other organizations, she is currently attorn the University of Miami, majoring in sociology, and expects to reeeive her degree in June. 1956. "We all know that Americas children are the best cared for in the world—and still they need help. Most children do. But who is to help the children in the tents and fear-ridden Moroccan ghetto-. whose parents are too poor to buy milk, to call in a doctor, to afford shoes for the whole family, to provide schooling?" Mrs. Stevens revealed that she hopes to see the child care centers in Israel, rehabilitation agencie-. schools, the clinics and dispenseries. "We are especially interested in Youth Aliyah Centers, where or, phans have been sent from Moslem lands by their parents so that they would not be forced into child labor or to die young of pestilence and plague. This program cares for 14,000 children each year through the United Israel Appeal, a constituent agency of the UJA. Of the 472.500 people in Israel. Europe, Middle East and the U.S. who will this year receive aid from UJA. better than a fourth—or 126,000 —are children." Mrs, Stevens was chairman of educational month ol Federation's Women's Division which attracte.l nearly 1.000 persons to its first an.nual conference at the DiLiJo hotel last fail. She is past president of the Miami Beach League of Women Voters and past president of Menorah Group of Hadassah. She has served as vice president of the Greater Miami chapter and is a member of the Florida regional board of Hadassah. Both Tlilah Sisterhood Schedules Package Party Sisterhood of Congregation Beth | Tfilah will hold an annual package party on Monday evening, Oct. 3. Committee in charge of Succah decorating are Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs. Rose Lustig. Mrs. Anna Silberman, Mrs. Lillian Ackerman, Mrs. Gitel Carp, Mrs. Dora Cohen, Mrs. Rose Kratish and Mrs. Rose Silverman. Mrt. itrnari Sfavtns



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Page 2 b vjenisfinrridfa" 1 NCCJ Makes Plans ror Annual Meeting Florida members of the National nee oi Christians and Jews will convene m the Top 0' the Co luMhus hotel dining man Tuesday noon, Oet. 1R. tor their annual ing, it was announced by James M LeGate, chairman ol the Florida NCCJ board, Reports on the second annual World Brotherhood Assembly held in Brussels, Belgium, will be made bj LeGate and S D Weissbuch. who attt Florida's NCCJ Mi-. I. .' Mi'i "affrej will e membership up to date on the work oi the Women's Coun cil, .mil members will hear I n representative "i the NCCJ's Incup Youth Council Plans lor tiitNCCJ national in v M N ork i ii\ N to 11. during which time ti• %  Building tor Brotherhood new NCCJ national headquarters build%  will also he ; Miami members "i the dedication committee included Mayor \w Aroro iritx. T Baker, SJ in ill.ink. Benjamin E linn Mrs Louis Glasser, John S Knight, James M l eGate, Daniel J Mi John I. Morris, Max < Inn its 11 \\ i issbuch From < : Gables are Mrs Stanley i Myers r.r-! Dr C 1 1 Tharp Membership n i ll also i i ed with %  r tl (hi Frid Education Erectors Schedu iPa %  %  %  %  urn tzman. i five din ol the will i '•'• ; also include a busleration o ndmenl to the constitution anl lion "i di leg; u a) large to the board oi directors and executive board A special report on the contemplated survej on Jewish educa tion m Greater Miami will !><• made bj Dr Benjamin Rosei I executive director of the Gn Miami Jewish Federation. MrMatilda II Rutncr will preside Among its J.300 employees Nestles has none witii a greater up-the-ladder record of success than John Sipkin, a strong featured man with a confident manner. Sipkins joined the Holland Tood Corporation, a Nestle subsidiary, as an office hoy in 1914. Today he is president and director of Gerber and Co., Inc.. another Nestle subsidiary. Both Holland and Gerber import and distribute cheese. Sipkin, who has grown up in less, is an expert on the subject. There are so m t kinds of cheese, he says, 'that a complete a made, and ho doesn't • could :ns can call uld only be scratching b butoc of %  1 in the >pped wedges, outsells all conipet'Your.g-ct-Heart' to Meet; V'ouniiit-Hi [en the .ill heir a n 1 1 w goals m teai h %  I i'> Samuel Steii tri %  I the i who iocentl\ from Israel where he tiring the meeting on Monda) i in :<. in the Temple quet hall Mrs G i hen is chairman ol the BTOUp, lugawe Amity 28 Club Elects Esther Grasian President Miss Esther Grasian, immediate past vuo president of Amily 28 Club, has been elected president of the club for the 1955 56 season. This club, which is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter, a member agency ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federa tion, is made up of single men and women who are over 28 years oi age. Other officers elected are Morris Shaeffer. vice president; Ruth Elkin, recording secretary; Clem Bar ship financial secretary; Beatrice Mendeloff. corresponding secre tan. and Howard Marfolis, treasurer. NOW You < an Drink Ml In* Iced Tr:i \ ou Want WITHOUT Gainlnc A Single Ounce. I WANT MY MILK" Beach Mizrachi Chapter Schedules Succoth Party Mrs I B Eisenstein, p Beach Cha| ien, Wedi announced a •th party Oct. IS b Jacob Coi an. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Ti i or ii Stern, who will give ; ort on inrecent trip to i i on Ifisrschl projects in i Cantor Maurice Mamchc.s will present a musical program, and a **Jm of Israel will also be shown Mrs. Joseph Brenner is chairman of the evening. and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGlNIItD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Docro Protected TKL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Al ••* 1 Drn Sri ltrjhr At Food and Drug Stores Everywhere UN Association Will Mark Anniversary United Nations Association oi GrsatSff Miami will celebrate the lenih anniversary of the l,N at Ci reiiioiiie.s Tuesday evening* Oc| 4. in Kiiyfront Park, Guests of honor will be Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt and (lark Kichelberger. Toastmaster will be Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz Musical program will be offered bj the United States Marine Band of Opa lxK-ka. lay, New Institute Formed Muniicello Fark Congregation 11 this week announced the formation %  it in Institute of Judaism | cl! 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30. 1955 +Jewisti ftoridHatn Page 3 b AJ W*W • ^ UAH IXOtUM) lde Pill P ck,e t h t The smaller eucunv for this purpose. And „ iny recipe meets the Cmakers without large Ron* spots Just get Lit iars. see that the E rings D1 well, and iSTilU PICKLES Ll for Small Cucumber* rj,, f res h cucumbers, 3 Eh" size Wash m cold JJripedry Pack into one L rt | ars preferably with r p our over the packI ; i cooled boilwithin a half L p of iar, amoly covering each quart jar fcllowing: I vinegar fc.ic!i sail or. dark brown sugar carl ii' or dr> dill will in filled to the top. I^ra |o< scly. allowing for during the termenUtion JLpat i temperature. f, stops and the jars becomes cloudy. an I -.lore in to serve lays fermentation, the -tin for QUANTITY DILL PICKLES > he used ; w.i ii and wipe cucumbers and arrangf [a pickling crock, packing will help. Cover the crock with muslin and let stand at room temperature till fermentation begins and scum forms. Skim well, wash and replace the heavy plate and | weight. When bubbles disappear (fermentation stops), approximateare altightly. To 1 peek of average site I I y or ,0 da vs the P'ckles arc cucumbers, approximately lo r eady ,0 eat Ma y c stored in a pounds, use 4 to 6 quarters water ; c o 'dark place after fermentation Bring water to a boil and add 1".. stops cups salt. Let cool to lukewarm and add to the cucumbers, making sure the liquid covers amply. Add 3 heads of garlic, separated and peeled Vt cup whole mixed pickling spices Several hunches of fresh or dr> dill Place a heavy plate Inside the crock and weight it down so cucumbers will be kept under the liquid. A well scrubbed rock on top VARIATION: If fresh grape leaves are available, pack some between layers of cucumbers and cover top before adjusting the plate and weight. Lends special flavor. EGGPLANT RELISH oggpiant. washed and diced (unpared) large onion, diced cup diced celery cup diced green bell pepper tablespoons olive oil (or vegetable oil) Compare with ** 4 cup sliced pimiento stuffed green olives 1 tablespoon salted capers (bought at food stores) 1 cup thick tomato sauce or puree —diluted (fresh made or canned) 1 cup cold water U cup wine vinegar 3 tablespoons dark brown sugar 1 teaspoon oregano (or basil, marjoram or mixed herb seasoning) Combine diced vegetables and saute in hot oil in a 10-inch frying pan till lightly browned, stirring constantly to prevent scorching. Cover turn down heat to lowest i point and let cook 5 minutes or till the eggplant cubes are tender enough to pierce with a fork. The moisture under the cover of pan should be sufficient up to this point. Add remaining ingredients in the order listed, cover and let simmer 5 to 10 minutes longer, stirring once or twice during the process to prevent sticking. Turn into half pint containers—plastic ones are best. Cover when cold. ] Can be stored in the rifrigerator with safety for a week or two. Serve as a relish with chicken, turkep or any meat or fish meal. Yields approximately 3 cups. ^PRODUCTS fjUNE **r HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS NOW MADE WITH NEW CROP HONEY DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL mm FAT wm SMGAMI usmm Mode with Law Calorie Rye Floor Try o Loaf Today / ASK FOR IT IN TOUR FOOD MARKET Daniel A'. Broad esec?s So i nent in } been reI I wish N. ? C eaU r Mi•-•).<* r F ted ot •I'll elected oitic immittee menv Delano bomember of the I America, i I. i i 11 governors X rewlsh re* founder of • >r the Aged. t also of % %  '•• and aeendircctor of the MerMl Bank of Miami tm elected are vice P" Alter. Jacob Ehiel Lesowoder, Abra** Milton Miller; fi''" Sam Schachno; ry, Beulah Deris; fjbenjamin Appel; compr '-uldman. J h N tional Fund enP'he buUding and construe" r villages in Israel end ZT of sccurity forest frontier of the new state. ^BUTTER v • i tho perfect setting for' OmCE PARTIES MM MlltS. COCKTAIL GnTHERIMS WE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY THE STRIKE .. A %  IATCI MIAMI BEACH. DELANO HOTEL HOMDA MEM.E* DINKS ClUI %  *— •• 7M ASK FOR IT BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 PRODUCTS I Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meals j U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS Of THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: !" 1-6232 HERMAN PURL PAT DEARR



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Page 4 b 9-J(ni§t>fkr*J&n Frid lay, LEO* mJTTBMMAN — Paillette Will Star in New Chaplin Film Paulette Goddard writeas from Paris that she will be the feminine star of the now motion picture she and Charlie Chaplin will make in Morocco, Paris and London next year. This is Paillette's third picture with Chaplin, and she's looking forward to get ting back in front of the cam eras with Charlie with more than normal eagerness Chaplin, she comment-. wa> the first one In Hollywood to recognise her talent and give her the "big break'" in his sensationally successful film, "Modern Times • • Cary Grant will walk away with $500,000 to $750,000 from bis deal with Paramount Pictures on "To Catch A Thief." If the film maintains its present boxofficc pace, Cary will get nearer the 8A&JL CARS0\ — S750.000 mark, the leaser figUW Ia conservative one I ai j saj %  he Intends to vi-it Israel as soon ahe can Ha DO nil way U) Spain next week to make "Pride and Passion" for Producer Stan it %  > Kramer, w Ith whom he h similar deal Albert E. Nenberg. the brilliant Beverly Hills attorney, who numberamong his clients manj tamounameof the motion picture industry as well as the business world, told us an unusually Interesting Story about a man he admired greatly Supreme Court Justice Louis I) BrandeiAs a practicing lawyer according to Eiaenberg, Justice Bran dels made plenty of money When he had acquired S sufficient for tune to support hifamily on %  Haeohen Background Aired When the Tenth General Assembly opened it-e-Motis here this •i week, the UN found Israel represented bj a particularly strong ation. The composition oi Israel's diplomatic group indicated that ic Jewish state was prepared to cope with whatever problems maj during tl Assembly as a result of the IN mere esl e followii i. t-West efforts to lessen cold war tensions The lion showed, b) its very makeup, s combinatii I ex i specialization S. Ebai in a tion here with liiduties %  With h permanent i his de| %  t the %  |. i %  %  I rhe Di d H %  here I year.' Not only had I t Rai • thri and i HI to Pi tad with Cornbis trip to the West last %  Haeohen's diplomatic -kill ier deh i tO l< d that be would visit rata amoi the Arabs %  hedule of : roundm London, on h N %  pedal conference with Mr Haeohen! ie British capital, and the Burmese leader JTA that their com in London had been political!) int has Wide intimate contactwith an extreme!) important and populous -eetion ot the world la Di HostM Tw too, has been here before But what imore significant is the fact that last spring, i>r Tot visited virtually e\er> eountrj in Latin AmerI 'I hitrip -areported in the pre-from BMKffl al the countries he touchedwas a virtual tour of triumph Dr Tov's lulltinie Job ias Latin American expert for the Israel Foreign Ministry But. at least in the !a>t 18 month-, he has -pint more time here and in South and 1 • ntral America than in hioffice in Israel. comfortable scale, ha began a long series t unpaid public scrv leas Intricate legal projects which intimately concerned pubhe welfare iinwork became his hobby," -,ivEiaenberg In discussing it. BrandciStated ''Some men buv workof art, others delight in yachts My luxury ito invent my surplus effort in the pleasure of taking up a problem and helping solve it for the people without any compensation. Your yachtsman would lose much of his enjoyment if he were obliged to do (or pay what he is doing for the love of the thing itself So I should lose much of my satis faction if I were paid for public -erv Ices of this kind." • • • Among the television shows on the 196540 agenda for "Robert Montgomery Presents" is one planned for next April, on the first anniversary of the death of Albert Einstein It will be called "Death Of A Genius Who will pi.iv Einstein is but one of the several major problems still to be resolved Montgomery |s giving it earl) attention because of the extensive research it involves At the same time. Warner Bros gfudio igoing ahead with recently announced plane to film the life ot Einstein, with Paul Mum pencilled in as the best possibil itv for the leading role ON THE %  FORBIDDEN NEIGHBORS. A Study 0 ,7 Chart., Abrams. 319 pp. New y^ *•£*, *. By HILARY MINDLIN CHARLES ABRAMS, former consultant >. o. mg Authority, recent vice president of thj N hc l ,,i W| Discrimination in Housing, and current LI ^ C N trator has added to his many works on the 1* **' fully documented book on racial prciud£ %  ***" book focusses on "the close link hefwee t„. h ^ growth of prejudice in American commun,S£ ^ That the relationship is both direct SL. the assumptions current in popular thinking ?" builders, and mortgage lenders seemed convinVS live only with their own kind, that ,he pr^TJ 1 *" familv destroys nrnnoHv !..<., „_J s 0( a "ajS iiija these assumptions as gospel ."anVeven'tKEf mt llui main infliionr* in it nmn L.,:u:.. family destroys property values and undermiS, 0 .status. National and local real o>ta,e S.^ tate organiafoa, the main influence in homebuilding. was making neighborhood homogeneity its official position" The author traces completely, with particular sociological and psychological backgrounds similar -sW crimination over the country, including California', 9 Chinese, followed by the Japanese, now hitting at thT* 1 the Detroit. Cicero and Dearborn race riots and hoo**, The chaptef'Miami: A Case Study in DvnamT?, reviews in uncomfortable detail entiJewish. antiCitsZ demonstrations which literally exploded on our door*,yean ago. Although the violence began as an anti-Nepali ing around the Carver Village fEdison (enter. Miami. ho2 ;t exemplifies the way diacrimination spreads to includei Ities particularly when public officialcither through i fectiveness, sanction mob action ROSH HASHONA, 1951. SB* ,m, K K.K emblem in front of Tifereth Israel The sign reriatl "dirt) Negroes." Erwv Yon Rlppur i les of dysassM at I'emple Israel. The tu-e had been lit, but failed Thensj Suceoth, the same situation prevail Miami Hebrew I Congregation. A -tick of dynamite thrown at Coral GabletJ luckily hit a tree, dislodging iti Mr. Abramhas much to -av on the -ubject of.., hfltela, and the ti.vthand I which they oprralt] is far from being I lot of noble phi ise on the contrary.it| the problems of education and policy involved Afterf the fallacies, not just with logic, but with facts on what at, pen when, for instanee. a N mily moveintoawasR hood. Mr. Abrams doees with a thoughtful Program forML of which depends on the government, since so much hnsM pendent on its decision-, policies, loans, and subsidies." But one of the main points is the emphasis ourcountrjL placed upon heterogeneity, and the pride of our mtlunffW with which we face the rest of the world and which is a bujsssL in the supermarkets of communism and democracy Afteraq able strides toward equality the United States hamade.lt deed be a shame to split up now into tight little living grospj itown race, religion, color, or what havcyou. Mr. AbnasP that America will show an increasingly united front to tkI justify her proud origins. SAM MILLER — Europe's Human Rights Group in Actic HOR1S VMOf Iff — Some Notes on a Sculptor Few. if any. Jewish arti-thave distinguished themselves to the • xtent of being knighted by England. Sir Jacob Epstein—the New York-born East side Jewish -eiilptor ione of them. The story 'it hirise itold by him in Epstein: An Autobiography He startby telling of hilife on New York's Hester St red among push carts and peddlerin the open air market which -till exists today. He relates how he as impressed with Orthodox rabbi.s on East Broadway, as well -s with the Jewish free-thinker-. -Yiddish newspapers and theatres, and how this inspired him to start drawing the people of Hester Street. With great nostalgia he describes the constant arrival, at the Battery, of new im migrants, their backs bent under packs, greeted by friends and relatives who provided them with .-heller in the Jewish quarter. With similar nostalgia he describes the Sabbath at his home; how his immigrant father and mother -pent the day o| ro-t ri big Yiddish noveland how he used to listen to the "extravagant romances' which hifather used to read aloud He admits that he never liked the synagogue sere'''• but revealthat be u„. ,,,„. firmed at the age of 13 He speaks with warmth of the earnestness and simplicity of the old Jewish manner of living on New Year's Lower East Side and regrets that there is no Rembrandt todai to draw inspiration from it before it disappears completely He relates how he drew the Jewish actor Jacob Adler. the Jewish dramatist Jacob Cordon and other Yiddish celebrities of a generation ago And he tells the story of how he parted from ?ono Paren L S and left for Par '^ bl 1902 making his firM stop to ward world fame Years later Snrt V ame ,0 NCW York fr m London or a v.sit. he arrived as one of the most famous sculptors in the world. P Quietly and almost unnoticed by the Jewish world, a long standing demand by Jewish and other organizations concerned with civil liberties and human rights has in some small measure been fulfilled: for the first time in the postwar era. a permanent international body has been created that may accept and hear complaints about the violation of basic human rights and freedoms not only from govern menta, hut also from individuals, groups of individuals and non governmental organizations. Piquancy and significance is lent to this development by the fact that it was made possible by West (.ermany Article 25 of the "European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms stipulates that six declarations acceptance by member states of the Strasbourg "Council of Europe" are required before the right of individual petition can be exercised. Such declaraevasiveness and procrastinatios i is. provided the fifth and mm d to render the right of indivKSM tions had been submitted, in the wutttf two years, by Sweden. Denmark, Mats' The adherence of Bonn and Belgium ami able evasiveness and procrastinate scenes. needed operative. Article 25. the one that has no*M by six countries, sets up a "European w Human Rights" to consider all %  made up of fifteen members, one %  trw-j member states of the Council of BJH members from countries that ha e Ml sit in a consultative capacity only According to its statutes, the Coimpartial international organ ^nW • petitions from any person, group non-governmental organization. MILTOX f Iff/ IMf ft > — All is Fair in Love and Security Search "good s£ .l?7 ,men J.. rWCn,,y ClCared %  N Jew ten Z y ? S k to d rt —"* w "-k. But a It J 6 !'" 1 lMninKS was **** dmental collapse and had to be removed to a hospital ity cas"e h 7n "S T^ *"* !" ** in ^ inanced b '7^ P ub "^d The study was The ex Nazi who received the search en """ : J a clc r n<'e • • refo the Cefman Am d ,^ n n* Ct,Ve ,n ^^ movement miration of Hiiler and rla^Tr 0uUpok•*• hirf ,l category. Both receiv^ wnW^^ 1954. Each was Immediate l>u.pr ^ The wife said he had been .J ribbing at the office for ye" ^ ^ sian birth and foreign accent ^ a Communist in jt. he ^ jjt R^ everything. Shadrakh. commu akh, Abednego."



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Lber 30, 1955 +Jewisti nuilnr Tabernacles Commences With Friday Eve Services ..... 11 k %  •MM „<„.„._ n .... Page 5 b ETH SHOLOM will L)ing services usher ,.it 8'15 •' ''' ,l I oon kfecuss G f(,r 1V mornins services lartin son of Mr.. f!oI(il)e.% 6146 Kami Howard, ton of file* Freidin, 1270 • Ibecome Bar Mitzvah. rt [ es tival will folSamuel Kelemer will lusicil portions of the EMANU-EL will hold services at 6:30. Him services are at 9. Lehrman will offinii sermon on the nance. Cantor Philip render the musical he liturgy. Junior servla.m. Services the sec[iccoth commence at 9, Lehrman preaching. i will be in the chapel 6:15 p.m. LLO PARK CONGREhold Friday evening Saturday morning tjeeare at 9. Rabbi [will base his sermon ••The Message of Sucha will he at 5:30 p.m. ,oth sen ices also eomith the Rabbi preachlopic: The Holiday of [ISRAEL of Miami will (coin with service! Friiii Rabbi Joseph officiate Cantor Jacob kill render the musical [tit, liturgy. Saturday %  ices are .it 11. ACADEMY will hold Bin. at 5:45. rvices are at I under Gross will Smith -. rmon on the %  dol Glory." Second roth commences with 12'). Subject of the MTnth Symbol of JewServices will be | He. Vkiva Ross and | I \ iron S. Lauer Kiddush following. IPHAEL CONGREGAevening I rdaj morning froth, will |3U Rabbi Arie Becker on •: • ipic: "The I Preparedmud precedes I • I Bible elan *Mted • 6 p.m.. folShaloa Seunil MiJoseph Swartz | I day of Suef Leak? Call Victor Conn Ltt ui rcpoir it or ap ply a new one. For fraa estimate phone 9-5274 Roofing (o. Under New "Mail Direction and N ew Management M B. Pmk. Mng. [j, r *LTM n Dade ["merits, Inc. P S.W. 8th STREET | Ph "e HI 4-2018 Exclusively to the *' $ h Clientele' \**Z *' ,omi '> L i"• *mei l t o, 0 er| coth services commence at 8:30. with Rabbi Becker discussing: Challenge end Promise." • &f BETH EL CONGREGATION will fiold Friday evening services at 6:13, Sin '^ISffil-*['""" Snturany mornim* H *:3t>. Harrti. Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach.on the topic: "Clouds of Glory." Cantor Louis Gartcnhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Second day of Succoth will be marked with services Sunday morning at 8:30. Subject of the sermon is scheduled as: "The Ingathering of the Spirit." • • • KNESETH ISRAEL* CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Succoth services begin Saturday morning at 8:30. CANDLELIGHTING TIME Tishri 14 — 5:54 pan. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on the topic: "In the Safety of the Succah." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate and render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Sunday morning Succoth services also commence at 8:30. Rabbi Caplan will discuss: "Humanity is One." Mincha will be at 5 p.m. • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will usher in Sue coth with services Friday evening at 8:30. Rabbi Abraham Eferson will preach on the topic: "The Visible and the Invisible Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Orion Shabbat will follow. Scrolls will be awarded Mrs. Adele Zuckerman morning Buccoth services are at 9. v ,!l Rabbi Herson discussing: i be challenge of the Succah Sunday services, second das d Succoth, also commence at 9. with the sermon scheduled H: "Blue I'rint tor the Universal Succah." NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and preach on the topic. "Security in a Hut." Choir will be under the direction of Lucille Moore. Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Succoth services are Saturday morning at 9. with Rabbi Okolica discussing: "How Beautiful are Thy Tents, O Jacob." Second day of Succoth commences with services at 9 a.m. Evening services are at 7. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6. First day of Succoth begins with services Saturday morning at 8:30. Dr. Tibor Stern will preach on the topic: "Harvest of Life." Second day of Succoth services are Sunday at 8:30, with the sermon scheduled as: "Significance of a Mechitza." Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services marking the first day of Succoth commence at 8:30. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Meaning of Succoth." Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday morning services marking the second day of Succoth begin at 8:30. with the Rabbi discussing: "The Fourth Species." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. t* "# NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Pridaj evening servSaturday morning at 8:45. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will preach on the topic: "The' Joys ol Prosper ity." Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Marks,_will become Bar Mitzvah. Second .lay of Succoth begins with services at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Abramowitz will discuss "\ Dder God's Glory." Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy at all services, v.nh |-;|i Samuels directing the choir. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will mark Succoth beginning With services in a 40-foot Succah Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate and preach on the topic: "Why This Sukkah?" Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Can tor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Special program by the children "s chorus will be under the direction of Robert Strassburg. • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Saturday morning services on the occasion of the first day of Succoth commence at 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate, with Rev. Rudolph Brill rendering the musical portions of the urgy. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m. Services on Sunday will be at 8:30. Succah reception will following Friday evening serv u i BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will usher in Succoth with serv ices Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate. Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag will conduct the choir. Subject of the sermon Is scheduled as: "Palms of Victor) Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hani man and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their sons. Howard Ilantman and Kenneth Toppell. who become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Subject of Rabbi Rosenberg's Succoth sermon is: "Humble Defiance." Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. when Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen, becomes Bar Mitzvah. Second day of Succoth will commence with services Sunday at •. Rabbi Rosenberg will preach on the topic: "The Four Sons of Succoth." Your INSURED SAVINGS here will EARN and Ralph Hollander. Saturday | ices at 6. Succoth services begin SEIVIC "NAT" PIIIOCA1IZII "AMT" "AMORT" COULTON BROS. 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Page 6 b ^f^utfkrktkir GLOBAL Cairo Radio in Warning On Intensified Blockade LONDON (WNS) A warning that it plans Intensifying the economic blockade ot Israel was sounded by th" Cairo Radio In a broadcast which reiterated Egypt's : nnn.it KIII to bar the Suei Ca nal and the Gulf of Akaba. Tj f ^ D l T G 2000At,end %  D ay uflUlv 1 O Services in Moscow LONDON — A report from IfosCOV. Mid that more than 2,1 XI jew attended the Roah Ha hona ,,in the Great Synagogue %  here Jewish community leaden b t u a r | Uruguay Names Minister To Israel in New Move MONTEVIDEO (JTA) Tin Gov['"i^Nm"^ .mated that "there are ernment ol I ruguaj has named Dr |B |(| N VIH capital BOOUl 300.000 Pedro Maria ill Lorena) aitfir I ( uv (i| w |„, m 12.000 are reiiRiou*. Minister to Israel Although diplo j hf I Uruguay hat been represented or' Po | jsh j ewr y, less than I00peraona| j by a Charge d'Affaires in Israel it|( ., ,,,.,| tne Rosh Haahona -crvices in ranking member of the I ruguayan tiomng ,.„.,.,. „,,„ Embassy In Home His appoint WASHINGTON (WNS Eric „„.,„ ,..,„„. gevera | monl h s ftei M .. Johnston, President Eisenhowers brae] „.,„„.,, M a tatiahu Hindes Its Jew Named to Minister S personal trouble -hooter in the Minister to Monti p 0 : n Tunisian Government Middle East, Was reported on the r0ST m %  '> ,Bn % % % % %  % % %  %  verge of announcing agreement be. ... D 1 TUNIS fWN Alben t><--,-. tween the Arab stateon technical Strasbourg University Keveais pr0 „,„„,„. ,i, ,,i, lawyer, has been detils of the Jordan Vallej water %  %  — *__ u-,„ fLmlm named to ministerial post in the MRS. LSE ROTHBtlND .!..„ ,,, -1 fewpiui .-;,. •ioi,. >..„, Ki,,p ur .,!., %  1 ongragatfon Hun vi ,„ 1 M„ I, fh an.l Alex. I ,. 11. mint I iiid Mi. Mur, |re*l.lent of si-lorn... PHM Itea* Iar> ol <. %  •., 1 S "'• '"'I "I M .iHI.,1, v Relief H -\ s. 1 I n %  11 1 .. I,. .. .. ...... 1 Eric Johnston Reported Ready Dr ()l Lorenzo was formerb second To Reveal Arab Agreement plan proposed by the 1 S Plans for New Chair Lebanese Promise to Halt Further Acts of Sabotage JERUSALEM (JTA) The Lebanese Government promises that it will not permit further acts of sabotage to be planned or 1.nun lied by infiltrators from Lebanese territory, the l.cbanc-e delegation to the Israel I.ebane-e Mixed Arm,"foment of the chair will aid the lice Commission informed the com.development of a corps of profes mission today. The Arab delegation further accepted full responsi> bility for the Government of I anon for the attack last week on the settlement of Alma In Upper Galilee, where two homeand a barn were blasted by infiltrator-. 1. u autonomous government of PARIS JTA) A chair for the Tunisia The appointee, president study ol modern and ancient Heol the Keren !layc-od of Tunisia. brew civilisation has been estab was received bj the Bey of Tunis. lished at the University of Straswho approved the appointment Bebourg, it was announced here The -1-ternof an old Jewish family action by the Ministry for National whose members over the yearEducation came after several have been active in the public life months ol diSCUSSion between Off! of Tuni-ia Cials of the Israel EmbaatJ here — it 10The estab Qcfober Deadline Near* MornGold, president of the %  on Of modern Hebrew in this Miami Beach Apartment Associacountry and the establishment of "" n Wednesday announced that "",'"] regular Hebrew courses in the high "H -'Partnicnt owners who do not 'schools submit Form 100 Amended listing llya Ehrenberg Advocates Russification of Soviet Jews Well Known Jewish Merchant Is Assassinated in Casablanca l VSABLANCA (JTA) Levy Perez, well known Jewish business maximum rates with the Florida Hotel and Restaurant Commi—ion by Oct 1 and who do not post maximum rates in each apartment until, will be subject to a maximum of $500 fine or six months imprisonment. By Police on Rosh Hashona Dr. Wolfson to Speak Third lecture in a series on The Pursuit of Happiness" will be civet. Dr Wolfson is author of "The Road to Health and Happier living" and "Live a 100 YearHap pily GENEVA (WNS) llya Ehrenberg, Russian author and wartime president ol the Jewish Anti-Pascist Committee in Moscow, told new-men here ahe arrived for man. was assassinated here last ,h( Conference ol European Intelweek Recently, he reported to l< ' Dr Abraham Wolfson Bunthreats because of his alleged con,avor ,(l Russification of Soviet day evening, at the Spinoza Outtinued dealings with boycotted • ,( wr > Ehrenberg told the newr Forum. Ith st. and Ocean French firms men hers 1 don't know Ylddlab and I am for the Ru-sitication of r • r tt Soviet Jewry," but It la a welliyn igogues in Cairo Guarded known fact that he speakYiddish fluently Aaked to comment on Israel, Ehrenberg said the Jewish NEW YORK (JTA Some 15.000 ^t^' 0 "leeks an independent point 0 Jews celebrated the Rosh "' V1, w •"" a ;| plaything in the holidays in ":* ies hands ol the Big Power-." adding ro, the New York Times re 1; '' |vr;|( i 1a factor arous ported from the Egyptiai 1 1 1 conflict in the Middle East." The Timerep I jn the air, caused bj the Schechtman Elected President n-Israel it l | :• thai H iwni < h (t Rabbi Haim Nal 5tatOf National Youth Conference the Jews ot Egypt the v ? R1 ,Kla ls N ^ WNSl -The new year "with iptimism V gov N UonaJ Jewish Youth Conference, ment representative attended 2J 80red ,,y ""' N ,,l l,; 1 Jewish Welfare Hoard, concluded its il assembly with the election ol Sue Schechtman of services in the Great Synai as a mark ol the ment's respect for the Ji wish co munity. LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York, New Jersey, Philndelphio, Baltimore, Wathington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE Brazilicn Cardinal Assures He is Not Anti-Semitic DIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) Carlos Carmelo Cardinal V Mot ta, ot Sao Paulo. Brazil, has issued a statement as ,,.i, hat he feel"no animosity towards the Jew-and that "the divergencies in our doctrines no obstacle to the communion of interestawe have in other sectors The leader of the Catholic Church made this statement in an InterView with Aron Neumann, edit >r and publisher of Aonde Vamot 1 Portuguese-language Jewish weekljpublication, in a move to alia., fears provoked among the BrazilIan Jews by one of Inpastoral letters, in which he stated that the number 01 Jew,,, Brazil "is constantly increasing" and that 'they insinuate themselves in ill universities aa teachers and students Scranton, Pa to the presidency and the adoption of a number 04 resolutions Held at the adjacent < Iwin Camps, the assembly waattended bj 12s .1,1, ;a tes and 0 b servers from 3S ciUea in 15 at IM or Phone Ho NAT GANS rb. 3-4616 HI 6-Wll Ufi INSUKAHCt NtlDS Metropolitan Life Insyranc. Co. 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Bptember 30, 1955 *kistrkrkJwr \HG our Page 7 b to Boating to Dobostorte •A Day in Syd Stanley's Life L Beach orchestra leader, Eiinu tenor of the North Irish Center choir, plans he boatbuilding business brder to fill some of his idsome musician is Syd Egge orchestra habeta nightly at the Nautilus [the past few '•• came to Miami Beach [.,,,, irom New Vork City. I i s wife, Lotti, and Idron Previously, he had „ CBS and NBC shows tiled throughout South and the West Indies on pin. [back in 1928 that I startI" Stanley explains. "That [ P nxophone, flute and n used to come through lequently." wife Lotti married 16 V The story of how they (nil their permanent home lid complicated, but it is after the experience of blher local residents: "Wc i much here, that we defctay" Bren. there are five—Denllas. Kenneth. Joan and was Dennis' Bar MitzJie North Shore Jewish feat launched" Stanley's leading tenor of the eopie mumble the tradi(ssing when they are callJthe Holy Arc. but I sang |re.-t is simple. ." Actualis no new-comer to litur. busy day gical music. As a northerner, he appeared for two years in the choir of one of the largest synagogues of Baltimore — "an all professional group." Lotti is Viennese. Her father, Max Delfiner, divides his time between Paris and Philadelphia together with his wife, Eva. Forty years ago, he established a silk mill in the hot desert of what was then Palestine. Today, that mill, still operating full force, stands right in the center of Tel Aviv. t Sfuarf IVinsfon Rfon to Chair Inlng Council [Winston a judge with the each Boxing Commission Indent of the Bell Paper [Of Miami Beach, has been chairman of the Town Planning Council of the J Miami Jewish Community lit was announced by Mrs. pirkin. president tpost. he will be rcsponsijthe coordination of the (Program and administrates which carry on a |Md recreational program and adults at the CenPing at 45(1 s\V 16th ave. [active in community afGreater Miami, Winston (Won the GMJCC board of and executive committee Jjously on the Beach YM £ He was formerly coach wh v basketball team, *an outgrowth of his f" "' interest in athletic I hieollege days, he play*' var M n basketball team U der Nat H lman W.ns^ember of the Miami Optima Club, Amer?" and j ewigh w y J !" World War II, ho ZSu\ f Cer ln the Navy, firesides at 201 SW Home Residents Take Cruise Forty residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged v/efe guests; of the Gray Line Boat Company on an excursion last week, according j to Abe Kurman, Home president. J Daniel M. Broad, a pioneer founder of the Home and wellknown figure in Jewish affairs, presided as masters of ceremonies. Accompanying the residents were some 50 members of the Ladies Auxiliary unit headed by Mrs. Mollie Silverman. president. Refreshments were provided free of charge by Wolfie's and Pumpernik's restaurants, and Mrs. Leah Udell provided soft drinks. IA musical program directed by Mrs. Frances Makovsky was presented on the deck of the cruise I boat. Participating in the program I were Mrs. Ida Appeal, honorary ; president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Udell. Hotel — Motel — Home and Apartment House Owners... tVe ore her* fe serve you with o Complete Line off Linens CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS BED PADS SPREADS PIUOW CASES BATH TOWELS RUSTIC GOODS DISH TOWELS Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Phone 3-8737 Air Conditioned Ample Parking lie II be 70 next year.-Stanley explain-, "and an o;;; C ial celebration is planned in Tel Aviv at that time. My father-in-law has invited the seven of us to be his guests in Israel.' Tim energetic orchestra leader says that Delfiner is "one of the most fabulous figures. Lotti'a father was finance minister of Austria before World War I and today owns—in addition to his silk mill ln Israel-Hertzmanskv'of ,Vienna, the largest department store in Europe; a bank in Paris; and asbestos manufacturing corporations in Pennsylvania." | .There are also textile mills in I Vienna "as well as other ventures." The tale of Lotti's escape from the Nazis during Anschluss is hairraising, replete with over-looked passports. "It seems she and her brother. Henry—the first boy ever to be Bar Mitzvah in Tel Aviv and today living out West—were to be used as hostages to force the exchange of all Delfiner industries j into German hands. A guard's failure to examine their passports carefully at the border permitted Lotti and Henry to escape." Today. Lotti devotes her spare time to baking. Her specialty is Dobostorte. a nine layer cake "that is the apple of TV star Larry Storch's eye. Everytime he's in Miami. Larry visits us—and the Dobostorte." Lotti. incidentally, makes all of Chary's famed Dobostorte desert. "It brings back some of the memories of old Vienna and the days the Delfiner home was frequent host to Sigmund Freud, Chaim Nachman Bialik and others." The boat-building project is a separate tale, Stanley explains. "I am a member of the Miami Yacht Club. Our children are also 'veteran' sailors. There's this Swede. Tom Murphy, and we've decided to build 18-foot hulls for outboards." Apparently, his nightly stint at the Nautilus and his work with the North Shore Jewish Center choir are not enough to complete Stanley's day even if it would be a rigorous enough program for most other men. Women's Council Plans Member Teas Friday Council of Jewish Women. Greater Miami Section, will hold their annual membership teas on Friday. Miami Division's tea will be at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernard Goodman, 42 Bay Heights dr. Miami Beach Division tea will be at 1:30 p.m. in the Florentine room of the San Marino hotci. Council's membership co tprises more than l.ooo women, and each year at the membership tea. about 150 new members tiled Both Divisions Of Council are sponsoring con'.e ihi '.car. la Miami a prize will be offered to the member bringing in the most new men, 1 ; rs, ..id Mrs. Richard Goldin. membership chairman. On the Beach. Mrs. Alexander Robbins announced that a prize will be given to the person bringing in the most new paid-up members by Jan. 1. Program on the Beach, according to Mrs. Howard Grove, president, will be on "What Council Can Mean to New Members." as well as vocal selections by Mrs. Nat Beckman, soprano. In Miami, the program will be a welcome to new members based on the theme. "See It Now," Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president, revealed. Membership tea committee consists of Mrs. Donald Rubin. Mrs. John Porte, Mrs. Harry Orleans. Mrs. Harry August and Mrs. Edmond Gamse. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is president of Greater Miami Section, Council of Jewish Women. Two Local Leaders Named to Committee Stanley C. Myers and Harold jThurman, of Coral Gables, have j been appointed to membership in i the program committee planning the 24th CJFWF general assembly, j it was announced Wednesdav bj Julian Freeman, Indianapolis, president. The Assembly is set for Nov. 10 to 13. at the Conrad Hilton hotel in Chicago. Irving Kane, Cleveland, is chairman of the program committee, and Mrs. Erwin Schwarz. New York, is co-chairman. Togethei with i representative group of 47 l' • i !i communal leaders drawn from 35 communities throughout the United States and Canada. M>1 era and Thurman are shaping a pro'gram which will reflect the major ; concerns of the organized Jewish communities. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Ph. HI 6 5860 i Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men", W\~ % Modern production methods at the % quarry have brouqht % Memorials within the SI of < Members to be Welcomed Welcome to new members of Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held in the Succah, Sunday evening. Oct. 2, with Mrs. Albert Reich and Nathan Winokur, presidents of the Sisterhood and Center, acting as hosts. Rabbi Morris Skop will present a reading on the Book of Ecclesiastes. the cost reach | everyone. 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Page 8 b PniU fhrktian Frid a Y. Three Added to Staff at Community Local Woman Will Center as Local Programs Expand Participate in B'nat ..... I..... ioini.il! Miirinc I he I>:i-I -UMl'i R'pitll I^Qn !/*#J TI AH iskenaii and Physical Three newcomers have joined the professional staff ol the Greal er Miami Jewish Community Cen icr this month, ii was announced by Efraim H. Gate, executive director. Arnold Piskin h;i> been appointed as the n e w Beach Branch i u p e rvisor. He comes to Miami Beach from Reading, Pa., where he was director jof activities for jthe past two years with t h e I Jewish com mujnitj center Prior • to that, he was director of Health Education for the Jewish community center in Atlanta, t!a.. and also director of th;it YMHA, and the Irvington. N.J.. Jewish (enter. center'ovcrnignt camp and day camp. Piskin is a graduate of the New York School "I Social Work, where. he received his Blasters degree in' %  oup work \ veteran ol World War II. Piskin was a pilot in the -" Army Air CorpHe hataughl in the New York City school system| i'mi has also had mans years ol KD< riences In group work i i camping. He and his wife, Hannah, their babj daughter, Brei da n :\\ moved to the Miami ai GMJCC has added to its %  E<:kei • He will rvision ol lea %  • the N rth ich Beal two years, he was supervisor ol the ommunit: • %  '< r He has with the nal Alliance, the Easl Bi During the past summer, nazi served as head counselor at Camp BroiH House, and has had MI N M|lk ,, >,,.,,.,tSM sw years ol eanpfen and scouting ex ^ { M| ini| w|( fly ,„ NraeI perience. ,,.,„„ Nl .„ Vurk Sunday, Od 2. to \ graduate ol D NY, be receiv(;ik(> p;ir( |n |np (l( .,i 1( ..,, ll ll lf ,he receiv: ed his Hasten d<. ree in social group work from the University oi Pennsylvania A member oi the i American Association ol Group workers and the National Associa (ion ol Jewish Center Workers he was also active!] engaged in the organization of the National Jewish Youth Conference The Youth Program al the Town Branch will he beaded up this year b) Esther Tilchin She came to this post as youth activities supervisor from New Jersey, which is her home state A graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson College, she majored in psycholog) and education For the past several years, Miss part new 1290,000 B'nai B'rith Children's Home in .Icnis.ilein The Home, only puhlic institution m Israel for mentally disturbed children, was built and is sup ported b) the B'nai B'rith Women Of America Mrs Meyer will make a 17 da\ tour of Israel, visiting Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa and B'nai B'rith Colonies there. The tour sponsored by the B'nai B'rith W omen's Supreme Council, top governing body of 125.000 American B nai B'rith women, will include specially arranged meetings with leading government and V-ffi Tilchin has been a youth worker at n |s f rCv Thc B naj B nlh the Kiigelwoo.l Jewish (ommumty ,, ,, ... Center She conducted a variety Of "sellers will meet with Israel | president. Isaac Ben-Zvi. and Ed-1 different activities with children and teen agen She has also had ward Law son. American Ambassa dav ramp experience and wai I Sundav School teacher al the I'aterYMHA for a number of years dor to Israel Mrs Meyer will then continue on to Italy and Prance Leonard Tobin (left), Leo Steinman (seated), past North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and Jack WilsonTtriojd the Lodge, are shown planning the annual picnic < Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held at Crandon Peak! Oct. 9. Some 300 persons will attend. Miss lilehin Piskin Dunes Announces Two Appointments Tw HI Dm:. inc 'Inweek With thl Mann) Azofl .. vice and Harold Hirscblield asurer The corpor ation is the open : %  f or the I.500.000 Miami Beach n i it the Dunes r "i the Sands ho tel Azof! has been a Miami i resident [or -even years and oper ated various bu ii nterpi ises m PI ;,,., Azoff attended the University oi Pennsylvania and was gradu from the i niversitj oi Miami with degrees in education and science He also taughl botany at the university and local public schools A Mason and member ol UnAmerican Legion. V!-w and lei Emanu El, Azoff lives with hiwife and son al 1420 Marseille dr HJrschfield has lived in Surfside for three years and Was branch manager for the Holland Furnace Co. and president of a Cleveland automobile agency. He is now ,„ the investment business and is a director of several Israel flrn A charter member of the Surf side Masonic lodge, Hirschfiold is a member of both local junior and senior chambers ol commerce. He also is on the board of trustee* of Temple Emanu-El and a member of the Northside Jewish Center and B'nai B'rith. Hlrschfield lives with his wife and three children at 9040 Bay dr. AMAZING NEW COFFS THE CANTORS' CHOIO Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to bw instantly into that famous Maxwell House flaH Utterly unlike old-style "instants" • • just as quick but tastes so superior! Th„ superb roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for Tans;" "^ "^ %  ^-W. •ransfornK. ,„,o miliioo. of m irac.e "Flavor Buds Vou J u,taddhotwacer... a ndinstamlychcbum ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with thc richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted n tne Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! 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ptember 30, 1955 2jewi^nor8dliiair East Threat Poses Problems as UN Assembly Opens Page 9 b By SAUL CARSON UNITED NATIONS tenth session of the General Assembly here tFiimonth—on Sept. 20—Israelitjons, the tensions in the Middle East, the area poses to the entire United Nations are in sharper focus than ever before. ,'kf for taking "the Palestine Question" out nacy's bark room. Riving it instead a place ighi glare of consideration as an immediate, iroblem—thanks for that feat to Secretary John Foster Dulles. On that point, all here ir^t through his speech before the Council n Relations in New York, next through a .iferenee statement in Washington a few (T. Mr. Dulles gave notice to the United Najd to the world at large, that the United at last has framed a Middle East policy not ignore Israel; (b) is ready and willing, the United Nations, to do something to im-that policy. r. when it comes to close examination of Dulles policy on the Middle East—there is ityitancc. Mr Dulles talks about straightening ib borders, as a prerequisite to peace beJewish State and its neighbors. He implies .. side may have to give up something for of carrying out the task "of drawing perboundano." It is not clear here what such may mean. Certainly, the Arab states will f certain areas that( as it seems [bit' mere "sentimental" value—and thereuld be easily subject to "adjustment." Does perh;ii %  -. certain parts of Israel's Negev, il%  lection of Galilee in the north? ... -i' ks ol certain areas that, as it scorns tainlj Israel would like to have such lee But which i> to conic tint—i treaty I's security, or peace with the Arab States Secretary ol state bj amhere. Nowhere in Ins various statement icknow!. Iged the fact that the Arab state* \A repeated!) they simply will not allow themselves t make peace with Israel ft is necessarv for Israel therefore, to have that security guarante • first, as diplomats here know very well. KUaramee Mr. Dulles' concern with the plight of the Arah refugees ,s understandable. Secretary* eneral Dae Dul?e sLak/of r h. U m w d N ati0ns And when Mr o Israel t„h-l„Jh f^ f r *" intern ^ !" l loan oL. h i P the latter com Pnsate Arab refugees he is giving support to a plan Israel itself had ment Ioned m (he UnUed ^.^ MHlad romnn r agrCe t0 r ** !" Me sum for refugee compensation-or will their whirling tactics keep ;; e ;' c 'V 0 fantastic heights? So !" SS caders had already mentioned sums running well into a billion dollars. hoL he R f e J ly SOme of the ***** being asked here. But underneath all the doubts lies the paramount worry-that the Arab'states, led by drumS ng n f Pt rL am n PeaCe at al1 and ant '"troubiesom k e eeP "* M dd e EaSt tenSi S taut and In true diplomatic style. Mr. Dulles directs his appeal for a solution of the major Middle East problems to each side. The fact is, however, that one of the sides—Israel—has repeatedly demanded that the armistice agreements with the Arab states be considered as first steps that must, inevitably lead to peace agreements. Not one of the Arab states has as yet. accepted that thesis. All insist that a state of war exists and that such a state must continue to exist. Will the United States at the next General Assembly be willing to make it clear that each side must accept the will to peace as a basis toward further progress? There are still other problems, questions, puzzlements. Mr. Dulles' statements have not provided the answers, and clear expressions will be called for But the fact that the United States has finally acknowledged Israel's need for security guarantees is of great importance. It is well known here that for 18 months. Israel's Ambassador to Washington. Abba S hban. has been insisting on such acknowledgment Mr hban had spoken during that year and a half with every major U.S. policymaker or adviser in Washington. He had had eight conversations on the general subject with Mr Dulles himself Now %  ( last, those urging! have come to the public light And that \a helpful How much further the United States is willing to go—that remains to be seen MR. and MRS. HERBERT SILVER and Daughters EXTEND SINCEREST WISHES fOR THE COMING YEAR To All Happy New Year JOHN H. BARCLAY 218 CATALONIA AVENUE PHONE 83-4715 Tax Consultant Accountant AIR. and MRS. ISIDORE SHOENfELD end FAMfir of THE LITTLE BAKE SHOP 2127 CORAL WAY Wish off their friend* and Petront a Happy New Year Closed Saturdays Highland 8-7242 TNI MIRACL1 WEDGI Overhead Door Company of Miami, Inc. Miami 38. Florida SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION 7111 Blscayne Boulevard Telephone PL 8-5513 /< AJC. 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Page 10 b vJeHistifkridFtor Food Fair Stores to Extend Chain; Reveal New Plans for St. Petersburg Food Fair Stores, one of the na realtors. Al Werly ol B n Schlosa The purchase ol the large traci land, CO' >ver 113,000 i si P< tersburg, will itial entrance ol the I Fair Stores into the West la on both the East and W( il coasts m the immediate future The establishment ol ili<' F I Fair chain in SI Pet< rsburg will bring one <>f the largest ip rmar p until this time. Food ],,,. .,, ,|,,. Brea Food Fa i Stores ; ii %  tail super mark* to the Southeastern : „ Vrrangen of the I %  Werner Leaders State Meeting Memr* rs of tl G it( i, w j | -n's Dh i ffice in d %  i %  is (he nation's seventh lai i I chain, opei til mon Ih i stores in seven stat( Ihe ard St. 1 our i •• the most •I... n • || •a %  %  *. ,i„. i. cr y i Miami Beach unit installs Rita Teitel President pi ices wo ha" i one ol lh< mosl beauti'i i Kail hi 1 I i tl i SI Petersburg a %  i i years. I Lions Clubs Launch Local Bulb Drive Friday, men lurZJ M n ey e ^ Bulf c hli ^ "sc| ubsar !';t.r c lub;Dr Uamben of the 18 Dada Counts Edlon' (S^** Uona c|„|,s will set out to sell at U ah Miami s %  %  leael 350.000 light bolba m 10 days, r.uire, \„i h T* beginning October 6. to raise furwl for their community welfare program service an< %  "• %  "a: Monroe ft George W K. (iardner. general chairman V'TT *'""• of the bulb sale for the combined .7" ''' ** Dadeclubs, said the event is being rta :,ilh Mark | ad for the second Hippo*! ,''" Bob Ridd^., by this areas Lions and is bein *,>' hcn Key 'pj made possible by a national light .."V"' Do *nt bulb manufacturer—Svlvania lc lc South W Burns, (;„|H cn ££ %  WY want to emphasi/e thai bulbs will be offered for tale al Jamam fL. regular prices, We wont be a4 u ,u 'o vnapfjf lag resid.-nts to ':ivc anything I m 'Fontainebleou H only ^toek up on bulb-, tl n Uona," Gardner explained ramara chapter d He said a double post car I ; ,| a roomonkT 1 which also will serve as an ordei ( %  „.,. tn blank will go out to 250.000 D I County bOBM and buaineaa houses In addition, many clubs plan %  RJU Installed preal tu-|....r >..licit;itiun and other the Miami Beach I'r.u of %  % % %  %  •' .Ionian, who diy^J Aspects of Child P.TfrJ president i am. Junior Ilada sah al a recent meeting in the Town Branch of the 1 red in thi I ( enter Jewish Community I ing to better this through mon rial plans were dug than i S10.8O0la : t > ,,,randare. ^ \ ^^ Gardner said clubraised n rhe 1 l f Ou nn Womei D Mrs Samui 1 S %  I. Stew %  led b; %  • %  i Di\ isii rid evi the • liese vil .1 for • w:!i of our lity. thai th and matunt; %  n ill i Jewish mmitti ... %  i non ham. %  pd in th t was thei i riliu the i pern Still : %  ; ublic Dora Si sin Sisterhood Hears Mrs. Chesrr.cn i b ts I th new season Tuesday th Mi %  .lack s. hwarti ling Mrs Leon ii ship • hain isi n vealed thai :;: new memb Mrs Bernhardl Chesman, organization ami extension chairmai the Southeastern branch ol the al u mnen's League of the i nited Sj • n ol Ami rica, was • speaker Mrs William Dickson w.i program chairman. I by lr> Becker lomplete community coverage thii nIn r %  nstalled include year. first vice presl .. 4W ,, Much of the money raised will H" toward sight saving, sight conserva lion and aid to the blind Club1. with Mr> Imaj chairman. Iman, second ) G ilin, third sident. AJCcngress Chapter I Miami chapter of the j urerjTaube ,: "" ,a,n fun,N '" *y held its [or eye examinations for the no -. dN0P j llita respond) i retary; Iman, chaplain Pro included musical nunv bers bj Elise Katzman with Rosalind Grippo accompanying and is folk danci presented by Phyllis Doshaj and Sand) Fn president >>i the Miami I'mt and to pay for eye surgery for tin the Garden reMaurat needy Many ha\c bun. lit tell was Hn Loasl ~*vwww^w** r* ***.'-VwV ^onapo^fc^v inn Rabbi Joseph E. 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MtembwmjgSS. ~ -HI *IW*l>r*r'r.Vii*.r, [ECAL NOTICE 'UNDER FICTITIOUS I ih the CUnrk of "•* ftvVBSTMKNT cMCANV fi: ii. N iitli .Hits LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 b NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW UNDER FICT.1IOUS ,nfc. A Y W O.VKN thi. I tltlous name of Irmii N u I "I "" ll '•' DBSIDERIO a OARS L, A p|.||i u i r I k UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW _.s HKI m (JIVBN thai t ttLgt In r name ol I ; CollIlM I mi nit%  ill Court of "'" I:ST TRAIBTBK |; [ _____ toL'NTY JUDGES COURT %  F OR DADE COUNTY. IN PROCATE. NO 36233-A STATK <>I •]-l. (I'l \\ll I >. %  I •. I ,ICE TO CREDITORS i %  i ..im HavAgalnst Siiii I i, .-in hereby J ..,-.1,1 any h \ "ti. or .:.i II st the WNO. deL. Ileai ii. I >adc I II. i Count; I In the Hade i' nonth* • publli %  P i I I' I Attomeyi for Applicant 17*0 Coral w %  ) /B3-tO — : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAM£ LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN thai the undersigned, rieslrlni NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ^"n;i: IH HEREBY OIVHW that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnen under the fictitious name of AMI v •KiXTlNi; BERVICE, at H Hh Street, Intend* Sole i • i" i K CSSI.EH H OAKS for Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS l.v. W, Hauler .-I. NAME LAW '" N OTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN I NOT,CE N ^rLA t ^ T,T,ou8 .rSS KOTlbCB iffJffi^OIVWl thai l^&^&JSSfVFSSE the undersigned, desiring to engage In laid name with the Clerk "f the Cli business under the rictltloun name "t cull Court of Dade Count) Florida INI.LSTR1AL, ILL CbTRATIONS, NATHAN DAVIS ownei :,17 l_niKi.ini Building. Miami, Hoi da, DAVID DRL'CKER Intend to register Mid name with the Attoape) for Nathan !> %  Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc 7-i-_-30 County, Florida HUMBERT P. KIEBEMST owner HII'I CECIL c BCHOL'LiTZ r> ner MAIU.i'W. BINNAMON AND MARIJOW L_tngford Building .Miami : %  ... Florida !• n-Wt — 10/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREfnr OIVEN that the uwderslgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of METROPOLITAN TRANSFER, at IHOO S YV 7th AVI • Miami. Kin dl intend i" reglati ild name uith the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade %  •" ,| file tinsame In their offlcei In IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35624-B In R< l ST VTE IF OSCAR DEI.KIN. .,1s,, known as SHAYA DELFIN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav'laln • oi I lemanda Against Bald Estate You, and each of yon are hereby notified and required to present an) I and demands which yon, or either of you, mas have against the estate of OSCAR DELFIN, a/k/a SHAYA DELFIN, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t" the Honorable Count) Judge* of Dade County, [ 3GES COURT FOR UADE COUNTY. E No 36171-B I I TlCE TO CREDITORS lla< hereb) 11 %  ; !l \ ..II, or i inal the I :i. i' MII.AR, form. I/, .inrt ISA He ol Hade II Honorable | nty, and in the 1 i'.oi.County, Mi %  : •• months publ to I onI the rlalmanl %  II'. il Bl .'. n! i... i,. i' red Bee i nbate Act. \ I > IS53 IMtEPN U SMi. Alt Admlnlm .,-,. of the lABELI.E n POLAR, JABEI, ll K vvv. tn d >A IKI.I.I: K YYV.. u, l> AM. PRIRD MERT S Ml Mil;., Jtw Admlnixti ,i toi (' T A. f 1 Road, Miami Beach, Ma. it Countv, Florida Wil.i I \.M 'I II' lEHM BAMl'EI. M DEt'TSCH SAMI i ;. TRIMBLE flEi IROE I. KNlfiHT Mtornej fi I I not s... in ii i ituig Mil .it NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V -;I\I:N thai • i. ndi ml. nd to the ("In EDWARD N CAVERT 1111.1 %  i i: i %  %  \ HARVEY i; Attorn .11 NOTICE UNDETt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I the nml. ralgned, di z Circuit Court of I l< County, Florida MHMS REINSTEIN GEORGE I I" A I.I WdlK Attorn) for Applli I 16-23-80 l" 7 the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within elghl calendai months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demai I intaln the legal ad of thi i-u ..I n to and | nresald, oi lll l Bee B< the I94S Probate Acl \ ll. A.D. HERBERT S. SHAPIRO R( iBERT 1. Ai'lH IR A Adm i VR UK .-. k :. SHAYA DEIJ i %  1RO and i RIED itom i •CE UNDER FICTITIOUS I NAME LAW Pl> HEREBY <;IVEN that r;*..-.i. ; % % %  ring ... engage In b" 1 1 ".' Hi. Ii. tltloua name of P M I'I'I.Y COMPANY, at I • %  %  Intendi lo reg nam.. w |, h h) ,., erk )>f 'i Coun of Had,Coutrty, OEORCIK It'.SKNPIKl.D EFRl i\>. ,\; L' Applieanl l lUdf F^N O ER FICTITIOUT L. NAME LAW Fc'i 1 "' "'' f!"M.I.. PAN HARPER. INC 1 R -VN BCRKE, i K '' 'SI I IN I .'111 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181.918 JA*K QREENSVOON and HARRIET 0REENBPOON, his wife. PkUntifta, vs. ROBERT M WILSON, et uls. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: ROBERT M. 'WILSON, a single man, and. If married, WILSON, his wife, secreting himself within the Slate of Florida from service of p r oos as last known residence and address 7336 B.W. 21st Street. Miami. Y<.l l r ARK IIKKKBY MOTTFIBD that a suit has been brought against you lo foreclose a mortgage held by the Plaintiffs on the following described property: 1>,I .,!., Block "H of CORAL TERRACE, a subdivision of pan of the S'/, of the 8% of Section 2, Township '.4 South. Range 40 East, as per the recorded Plat thereor, recorded in Plat Hook 14. at page B7. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: together with the ImorovementH thereon situate. In which you claim an Interest. nn Isi es, legal %  'it.ns or other parties nlng by, through "i under CARL P. ZWIRNER, ..mi .ill p< rsons lalmlng an. estate, right, tit! Interest In oi up..n the real propert) herein de., ,i. ,.i mi part thareofj which ilocated In Dane County, Florida: Ti.it iv in Section II, Township :,j South. Range 10 Bast, according t i Vi.it of the Florida Fruit Lands Company, recorded in Plat Book I, Page 17 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, Defendanta, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO CARL I' ZWIRNER, no! known to be dead Or alue. ind t lie unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, creditors ot other parlies claiming by. through or under CARL P. EWIRNER, ADDRE88: UNKNOWN and all persons claiming any est.ite. right, title or interest in, or ll,n upon tile real property herein described, or any part thereof. which is located In Dade County. State of Florida; Tract 4H. in Section 11. Township M South. Range 40 East, according to Plat of the Florida Fruit Lands Company, recorded in Plat Book '-', Page 17 of the Public Record! of Dade County. Florida. ADDRESS UNKNOWN YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Complaint To guiet Title has been tiled against you, and you nre hereby required to serve copy of your Answer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's Alt. .rnev s. Genet & Genet, 240 Uncoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer in the office of the clerk of the ChM* of the Circuit Court, on or before the 24th day of October. iv.,-. in default of which the allegations of said Complaint will be taken i. ..nfessed against you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this IttB ii.iv of September, IMS. E B. I.EATHEItMAN. Clerk "f the CirculuCourt By: It. H RICE. TR. ,s,.ai I'.initv Clerk C1ENET .v OENET Attoi neys for plaintiffs IL'II Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10 10 7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, rTICE IS HEREBY lil\ KN thai ii,.'. undet ill '" i '!' "hi"" to eng ige In Itlous n • ot I II \l VRT at '. N M '"i Aveiin.'. ,. Intends lo > % %  with |hi f 'he li' of Dad i n". I TELEVISION FILM AH I 8ER> l lI\I %  ., iloi Ida %  "' porat Ion, .v Ml %  l l.-i'V 701 %  • relevlaion l-iini-An Ill' I | ^S ou and you are required lo serve %  copy <GE, RICH/ HOUHEWi IRTII, BEN \ MIN i l:n X*.K, M VXINE Ml M IRE, IE R \MKV, THOMAS .\ ANN \ I EMMl -vs. MRS MAMIE SPAIIR. CARRIE MICHAEL, AGNES I 'I d HUDt I THELMA M VYBER IS I. I.. BEELER, HAZ l. EEK -. : : '!' AL, I i A bov< defei dants and their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or ami an) .ind all i" i lalra ami all i" elaln; right, title or Ini : I I., the lauds hereinafter di i bed, situate In I le Co nty, Ida, to wit; I..,. 25, Block 1M of lliale.ih 12th A. id I Ion, ling t" the Plat thei • rded In Plat 1 '.""k No. 8. Page 127, of t be Public Re ord of Dade i "ounty, Florida All of whose residem %  %  kno TI DI unknown JTou are notified thai has been brought against you by Bertha ami M.I\ w i Issman t" quiet title to th.above described property You ,i, i ,-,i to MI re a opy of > our answer to the complaint in said on the plaintiffs attorney, Howard Warren, 1342 Flamingo Way, Htateah, Floiida, and file the original thereof in the Office "f the Clerk of tin cult Court ..f the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, on or before the 10th day of Oct., 19"'".. otherwise the allegations of said complaint wilt be taken as confessed by you. Done and old.led ..I Miami, Dade County, Hoi Ida. this 2nd day of Sept. E. B I.EATHEItMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By WM. w. STOCK iNc tCircult Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 9/1-I6-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that .. the undersigned, desiring to engage In ( business under the fictitious name of — SIMPSON'S Al'TO SALES, at 80.1 E. 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Page 12 b NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW Flouting of civil liberties in the Unitod Slates at an alarming rata j was disclosed last week by Dr. Robert M. Hotchim, president of the Fund for the Republic, a Ford Foundation enterprise. "Although in some particulars the atmosphere is better than it was five yean igo, the misunderstanding of civil liberties, the indifference o them, and the violations of them, are still such as to give cause for alarm," IT llutchins reported A semi-confidential "First National Directory of 'Rightist' Groups, Publications and Some Individuals," containing the names of some 500 "Rightist' organization-, and ;mti Semitic propa ganda machine.-, has made its appearance on the Wesl Coul Hie publication Is sponsored by Liberty and Property, i San'Prancisco agency headed bv Willis A. Carto. Prof. Nestor E. Korol, an emigre Russian agricultural specialist now in Washington, D.C., has charged that Vladimir M. Matskewich, ing Soviet Agriculture Minister who headed the Russian group's recent "tour-survey" of the United States, was once with the Soviet Secret Police within the agricultural section. Meanwhile news reach ng Washington discloses that Matskewich's breadcasl over the Vi i America was lammed by his compatriots m Rua "Voic< hopeful thai this one broadcasl would not be '-* wis Slrauss, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, returning from the Geneva Conference on the Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy, reported that the United States is "clearly ahead" of the Soviet Union in development of atomic power. Ih, current issue ol the anti-Semitic publication Dftttiny, ; -!i,,| in Haverhill, Mass., carries an article highly praising Lessing J. Rosenwald. We are indebted to Mr Ro heat bs at Zi i which Wril %  U current i Rabbi •oseph 8ha!em Sfcubcw l Botton txpreetes great concern over tiie split in American Zionist ranks. It S* aj -. "thai now at i i • > i our greatest triumph and the i i the Zi nisi ideologj we should be cot rented sible cleavage if ension In our his) Yemeni Gen. Lewis 13. Hershey director of the Selective Service System, informed the JWB's i i 'ion on Jewish Chaplaincj thai he nas ti ucted all local > %  • %  to give favorable i Is bj Jewish r. for postpoi their physical exi • or in iction into thi Arm< d Foi til aft Ha.-I n Kippur and Succoth, it su< h < xamination or induction I • s bed hese days The American Jewish Congress, through Will M urged the Senate Post 01 I Civil Service Committee ,,;,,, the pn leral Employees Securit) Program and formu, m Mi Maslow charged thai the present program Invited i peration Ol bigotrj and Incompeteno The American Jewish Committee has madi Iht firsl complain! agaii -t a travel agencj spe ing in European package tours since the pa sage ol the New York stale Anti-Discrimination Law in 1948 The AJ< eomplainl was linst the Marsh Tours. 8:50 5th ave., New York City, an agencj ch insisted on the disclosure ol a tour applicant's "race, en color, national origin, place ol birth and parentname-" aI condition ol the applicant qualification lor tour membership Army spokesmen in Tel Aviv revealed that the most recent Egyp tian onslaught on the Israelis was carried out by newly-arrived regular Egyptian troops. They recalled that one of the proposals for pacifying the border was that regular troops should replace paramilitary lorce It now appearthat Nassers regular troops were moved to the' borders for other reasons that those they had promised Major General Bums. John Foster Dulles' new three-point proposal in solving the Middle East dilemma has aroused a curious interest in Israel. Most Israelis do not believe the Arab States will accept it. Eric Johnston, 1 President Eisenhower's special envoy to the Near East, is on the scene again—his fourth attempt to bring Israel and the Arab State together on the Jordan irrigation projects Israel's Attorney General, Chaim Cohen, has appealed the Rudolph Kastner court decision to the Supreme j Court. Kastner had been accused ol collaborating with the Hungarian Nazis at the expense ol thousands of Jewish livea Premier Moshe Sharett has called for a "determined and sustained effort to accelerate the pace of immigration" of Jews from North Africa. A Jewish Agency Committee has recommended bringing 40,000 North All ews to Israel in the coming Jewish calendar year Maurice Schwartz, renowned Yiddisl opeM I ncv. ; %  '.., %  at New York's National Theatre on Oct 13 pherd Kit tor; 'I I):.', id Benjamin H. Swig ol San I ran beet I neral chairman ol the 1959 56 Comb Reform Judaism Rabbi Leo Baeck installed a new B'nai IVnlh I),tricl covering Europe on Bepl i The installation took p Switzerland Rabbi Ely E. Pilchik ol Ni i nounces thai th< 12th nual national observance ol Jewish Hook Month will be i this year from Nov. 4 to Dec. 4 Rabbi Aaron B. Ilson, associate I at New York's Rodeph Sholom Congregation has been appointed spin tual leader of Temple Sinai, Squirrel Hill. Pittsburgh He assumed Ins new post this weekend Sidney Stein is the new smerii an Jewish Congress director for Michigan, Ohio anil Indiana l ewis* nnjr*&*jn Hadassah Will Install Officers Mrs Oscar Sindell will be installed president of the reater Miami chapter of Hadassah Tuesday afternoon, 0* '>. at the Ocean Front Auditorium. The Greater Miami chapter is the governing body and advisory council to the 14 Ha.lassah uroups in this area Mis Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and honorary vice presid< Dl Of chapter, will be installing officer Other oil leers are the Mesdames Joseph Shapiro [rwitl LiSS, Harold Melnick and Lillian Coodman vice presidents; Joseph SUM, nan. treasurer; Abe Greenberg, finan, 1.1 ecretarj i James Godon, reI•( n tarj Herbert" Cut man. com iponding ecretarj; Harry Platoff auditor; and Moses Krie ger. parliamentarian. Mrs. Sinauel Z. Sakrais is outgoing president. Program will include a musical skit entitled "This Is Hadassah' written Chares • nd directed • %  "ttlieb e u and Stark "f theMenoraha Mrs "arold Melnic J] f arrangementI A NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI Offers convenient checking facilities, bank-by.mail service and FREE customer parking. Commercial and special checking accounts cordially invited. tlNCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVI • I Federal Reserve System Ben Touster (center), president of United Hias Service, the Jewiah international migration agency, receives a scroll designating him an Honortfty Citizen of Beersheba, lrom David Tuvyahu (in shirt sleeves). Mayor of the Negev city. Shown at the presentation, whirl? took place in the assembly hall of the museum in the ancient and Biblical city of the Patriarch Abraham, are (left to right) Edward Lawson, U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Prime Minister Moshe Sharett; Mr. Touster; Mayor Tuvyahu; Louis Gallack. chairman of the United Hias Council of Organizations; and Justice Isaac Olshan. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
29Number 39
Miami, Florida, Friday. September 30. 1955
Price 20*
CORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDED
\or Group Asked to Moscow on Search for Writers
IeD NMIONS (JTA)The hunger for infor
laboul and contact with, the Jews of the
tnion'which has been gaining momentum
L the eeneral relaxation of tensions herald-
*e Geneva conference continued to build up
[the wake of a Soviet invitation to the Jewish
bomnultcc to see for itself in Moscow about
[of Soviet Jewish writers. The speculation
conlined to any one quarter, as a rash of
Jcroppctl up m the Yiddish press, here and
La. in the Manchester Guardian, and in the
|{ a report from Rumania reaching Israel,
he release of more Zionist leaders.
invitation came when Soviet Ambassador to
Iteil States (ieorgi N. Zarubin told the Jewish
Committee that it should come to Moscow to
Ithe matter of missing Jewish cultural work-
Jwriters The JLC reported that the Ambas-
[jtatement, asking them "to take up directly"
jtqucst for information as to the whereabouts
168 So\; I Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M.
|v at the opening session of the United Nation*
! Assembly.
The Committee, in a message from Adolph Held,
its chairman, to Mr. Molotov, asked that the "walls
of silence" hiding the fate of the Jewish writers and
artists "who disappeared from public view in your
country," be torn down. The message from Mr.
Held was delivered to the Soviet UN delegation
here. Earlier, on Aug. 31, the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee had sent a letter to Ambassador Zarubin
himself. In both that letter, and the message to Mr.
Molotov, Mr. Held complained that all inquiries have
met with silence from Soviet authorities.
Telling representatives of the JLC, who had de-
livered the Held message to the Soviet Foreign Min-
ister, that he hoped that a rabbinical delegation
would visit the Soviet Union soon, Ambassador Zaru-
bin suggested that tfiey and "other organizations
like yours who are concerned with these problems,
come to Moscow to take up the matter directly with
the leaders there."
The message to Molotov, and the Soviet envoy's
reply, climaxed a week of varied reports from within
the Soviet camp about the missing writers, the
Continued on Pag* 5 A
IUKN5 SfEKS 'FUU fXPUNATION'
rael Troops Move into Demilitarized
Zone to Check Egypt-Inspired Sabotage
pmze likeness of Philip Murray, late president of the Con-
oi Industrial Organizations, is blazoned on the wall of
[new Histadrut cultural center at Elath, pioneer outpost
j port on the Red Sea. Dedicated on Labor Day, the center
I made possible by a grant of $100,000 by the Philip Murray
norial Foundation. Shown at the dedication are (left to
') Joseph Bierne, president of the Communications Workers
America; Mordecai Namir, general secretary of Histadrut;
"alter P. Reuther, president of the Congress of Industria
Rations and the United Automobile Workers.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
troops have moved into the demili-
tarized El Auja zone near the Gaza
border in a move designed to force
Egyptian compliance with the
terms of the armistice agreement
and with previous promises to re-
move two military posts illegally
within the zone. The Israelis took
up positions inside Israel territory,
but in the demilitarized zone set
up by the armistice pact.
All was quiet as Israel patrols
guarded the area and United Na-
tions observers arrived to investi-
gate the situation. UN truce chief
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, who was
scheduled to go to Cairo, changed
his plans and remained here. He
called at the Israel Foreign Min-
istry to seek a "full explanation"
of the move.
The Israel troops have been in-
structed to observe the cease tire
and Israel has indicated its willing-
ness to withdraw them when
Egypt removes its two posts. Israel
also charged that the Egyptians
have been destroying border mark-
ers erected in the area by an Israel
surveying team which has been
accompanied by UN observers. The
surveyors have come under fire
from the two Egyptian outposts,
Israel charged in a statement by
Continued on Page 5 A
Miami Industrialist Took
Lead in Israels Oil Find;
100,000-Ton Yield Seen
A Miami Beach industrialist is among principal American Jewish
investors whose company struck oil in Israel's Negev. He is Max
Orovitz. of 6000 North Bay rd.
Orovitz, together with Jekutiel Federman, of Haifa, beads the
investors group for oil research and Israeli Oil Prospectors, Ltd.,
respectivelycompanies which, in cooperation with the Lapidot Com-
pany, drilled for the well.
Orovitz this week announced that American experts estimate the
first well brought in in Israel i
might yield 50 to 70 barrels per
hour. That would be 100,000 tons
annually.
Israel's economic, political and
defense situation is expected to
improve as a result of the discov-
ery of oil in the Negev last Friday,
he reported. First estimate of the
production capacity of the well
brought in at Huleikat, 30 miles
south of Tel Aviv and six miles
northeast of the Egyptian-held
Gaza strip, was that it might yield
100,000 tons annually, about ten
percent of Israel's total need,
which she now imports at a cost
of about $40,000,000
Oil was found at 4.906 feet in a
well which had been started by
the Iraq Petroleum Company, a
British corporation, which had
abandoned the hole when the Man-
datory Government was forced to j
quit Palestine upon the birth of'
Israel. Dov Joseph. Development'
Minister, claimed that the first
strike had revealed oil in "com-
mercial quantities." It was found
to be of high quality, equalling
that of the Arabian Gulf oil fields
of Kuwait. Not only is the discov-
ery' of oil liable to lead to a re-!
duction of Israel's expenditure of
/Max Orovrfz
ft
foreign currency, but also to a re-
sumption of major operations at
the Haifa oil refineries.
The dome formation In which
oil was found is similar in struc-
ture to rock formations found
throughout the length of the Israel
coastal plain and extending along
the Gaza strip frontier area south-
ward toward the Egyptian Sinai
Peninsula.
BUT ITS OK FOR US
P CHARGED V/ITH ANTI-SEMITISM
krican Mercury Editors Resign Posts
i. )0RK (JTA iA sharp dispute involving
E, '" an,lS(nutism against the publisher of
mcncan Mercury." Russell Maguire. has led
khut l8nat,on of nine "Mercury" editors and
HMifc8 Tho maaz>n iemii of those who auit- Tne charges of
Err lTm Were ,Unied y lhe Publisher, a mil-
r on speculator who was described as having
Kninpri collab<>ration with anti-Semites.
brd m en,s in the walkout were Adrienne
"corh?nnaS,n8 editor- and Dr- J- B Matthews.
iiIh Luhn Geor8e Fielding Eliot and Ruth
left'th!nl,n^u,in* editors. Regular contributors
hed ,..., ,ncluded Ralph De Toledano. who
were Vn.i Tard Rus"more and Eugene Lyons
Id on a ."" co,umns would no longer be
1 > monthly baU.
I'nder the editorship of Clements, the magazine
had been pursuing a strong pro-McCarthy political
line but it had been kept clear of all racist propa-
ganda Rushmore. one of those who was told his
column was no longer needed, commented. "I was
always sure that while Clements was editor the
political policies of the American Mercury would
always refrain from racism. Under Maguire I don t
know Toledano said that dragging anti-Semitism
into an anti-Communist fight gave the Communists
the excuse that only anti-Semites opposed Commu-
nism and added he would have "no part of a publica-
tion which even flirts with the anti-Semites.
Publisher Maguire. who termed the anti Semitism
charges "a damned lie." was scheduled to receive
an Americanism award on behalf of the magazine
from the Wall Street Post of the American Legion.
U.S., Britain Urge Russians Not to
Kick Off Arms Race in Near Eeast
NEW YORK (JTA)The United States and Britain appealed to the
Soviet Union Wednesday not to encourage an armaments rsce between
the Arab countries and Israel, emphasizing that they, to, had decided
not to encourage such a race, it was revealed by a spokesman for both
countries.
The appeal was made following a private meeting between U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and British Foreign Minister
Harold MacMillan held in New York on the United States decision "in
principle" to sell arms to Egypt to prevent her from accepting arms
from Soviet Russia. The British Foreign Office announced in London
today that Egypt had informed Britain that she had accepted the Soviet
offer.
An official communique issued jointly by Secretaries Dulles and
MacMillan following their private talk, read: "There has been and
continues to be complete harmony *
of views between the two govern-
ments. Both governments base
their policies on the one hand to
enable the various countries to pro-
vide for internal security and for
their defense, and on the other to
avoid an arms race which will in-
evitably increase the tension in the
area. They will continue and hope
that other governments will con-
tinue to be guided by these prin-
ciples."
Earlier Wednesday, it was re-
ported from London that the Brit-
ish Government strongly objects to
the Washington decision to supply
Egypt with arms and that the
French Government was consider-
ing an official protest. A British
official in London said: "America
is embarking on a slippery slope if
it agrees to furnish arms to a coun-
Continuad on Pag* 5 A
SORKV
Benson Admits
He Made Error
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson said Wednesday that he
had made a mistake in denying
security clearance to Wolf Lade-
jinsky, Jewish land reform spe-
cialist. The Secretary was called
before a Senate Civil Service Sub-
committee, studying the Ladejin-
sky case and similar security-
questions.
Mr. Ladejinsky was denied se-
curity clearance by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture last January.


Page 2 a
fAftittITfrrMiiir
Jliday. Se,
TO CREATE SPEAKERS' BUREAU
Conference of Jewish Women Reveal Fosfer Homes Project
Mrs. Alexander Robbing announced Wednesday
thai i!n' first step i" acquaint the membership ol
tin Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations
with its new project <>i foster home-findinj will be
the creation <>i a speakers' bureau.
Conference of Jewish Women's Oi ition Is
(he central coordinating bodj tor BO Jewish women's
groups throughout Dade and Broward
reaching ;i membership <>r more than 50
year the Conference develops ;i central pi
linated activity, to bring t" [ether :ill th<
itions I "> ;* common int<
i R i bins said.
v the meeting <>i 11 i oard ol the Coi
: 9, the need for faster homes lo pi
. hildren under the care "i Jew isti
it. u dered. Mrs Robbins was i
m chairman
Phe speakers' group, to be comprised ol approxl
mately .'-><> women, will meet Ocl 23 for 8 day <>i
n :iikI preparation for their dutii
speaker will be responsible for two or three "i the
member groups ol the Conference, accordii
Robbins It is expected thai all member lions
will .' i a program where Ihej maj hear the
needs ol children, whal ;i foster home i- like, and
where they may consider the possibility el some "t
their own members becoming foster parents
Member organizations have already been asked t<>
sel dates for such programs "Furthermore, each
on m the Conference is appointing ;i child
care chairman who will take responsibilitj for the
in to winch the speaker will come, and carrj
forward with her own group."
. Robbil
children bj Jewish Famitj Sen ce is
ment in Miami. "It "u'
addil '' ""' '...... unwed m"""'r"
for provision ol ]
placemenl service for children I nol re
in their own homes, were imperatively needed hen.4
This year through th the i immunity
and additional funds made available bj Jew
it, child lhM* '"'" s,rv
ices have been establish!
In describing t1 P ''' I "'"" '
ot the I 'i' thai
ndcnl upon th. s> mpatbj and sup-
ns She il "no
be closer to tbi I man tbaa
h attempt i or children In need ol
n and help
Mi- Robbii added thai
imasm aboul this proj
pel. Everyom r to do her uUnoat in eontribul
i ill ol the community and, spe
illy, to be helpful to children Even the discus
sion thai has taken place alread) has resulted In the
application b to be foster parents
"We know thai the well-being ol our community
and the future ol this program is dependent upon
our participation The < onference of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations has alread) demonstrated its abil ;
itj to make a greal contribution to the Ufa <>f our'
communit) This project i- one which holds great
possibilities, nol onlj for the present, bill for many
\i ars to come
Stephen Cohen Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Stephen Cohen will become Bar
Mitzvah during Minclu aervici
B*-th I)a\. legation Saturday
iifternoon. Oet 1 He i> the son ol
Mr and lira. Jack Cohen. ^
Stephen- is a seventh grade stu
I.
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Returns from Summer Stint
Alvin Wilder, general manager
of the Shindcrman Management
t orporation, 3P03 Alton rd.. Miami
'i r. turned this week from ;i
summer long stinl as manager of
Nippersink Manor. Genoa City,
Wis a well known rceotl hotel
operated bj the Shindennan com
\\ alder will resume his ti< I hi lil up the operations dhri
sion "i the resort properties nun
'i\ the Shindermans In Miami
B. .. h
e Harold Spaet. Miami Beach city councilman, is shown
explaining the administrative set-up of the Miami Beach city
government to a ninth grade civics class at the Hebrew Acad-
s annex. 518 Jefferson ave. Shown (left to right) are
Judge Spaet, Martin Goldwyn, instructor. Nathaniel Zemel,
Irving Wolfe and Irving Kelemer.
Women's Division Schedules
Israel Bond Session
Initial workers meeting oi the
women division ol the Greater
Miami Committee for State ol I-
rael Bonds will he held Thur
Oct. 6. at the Aigier> hotel The
luncheon session is called by Mrs.
Monte Selig, chairman
Reports on this month's national
mobilization conference for Israel
Bonds m Washington will highlight
the planning session.
Mis Louis Glaaser, former chair-
man of the local Israel Bond drive
and president of the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital Auxiliary, and Mis, Lillian
Goodman, Oral vice president of
the Greater Miami chapter of Ha
dassah, will discuss the conclave
which they attended.
Mrs. Lillian Graham, new director
of the women's division, will be
introduced to the women of the
community
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Hyman Dies
Jami at Age 71
K Kyman, leader of nu-
and philanthropic
in Greater Miami, died
i bra! hemorrhage.
71
Lmi't"H.vmnn at a lunch-
Ling in iln' L'rnwy hotel
where lie had come
Lpacitv as head of the Mi-
t prevention week commit-
bumped to the floor while
Introductions.
who came to Miami in
bded at 305 NE 24th st.
job here was as an enft!-
the overseas railroad to
%S[. He later went to work
JyFlagler's original Miami
I 'yght & Power Co., and
L'ith the company when it
en over by the Florida Pow-
kht Co.
jiany years, he had been
[of public service for FPL.
_,, was at various times di-
the Red Cross, the March
fcs and numerous other wel-
ganizati"ii> He had also
flted in the activities of the
frof Commerce, Dade Coun-
nsc Council and was a mem-
the Miami Rotary Club,
f Miami Airport Association,
i Engineering Society and
herican Public Hcafth Asso-
letimeot his death Tuesday,
chairman of a group of
smen and educators making
or National Fire Prevention
bere Oct. 9 through 15.
an is survived by his sister,
iantmun. a niece. Mrs. S. S.
jboth of Miami, and a neph-
eph Hantman. Chicago.
ices were scheduled for
ay in Temple Israel of Mi-
Riverside Memorial Chapel
kharge of arrangements.
Page 3 a
Discussing the results of the first open meeting of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom are (left to right) Albert L. Rosen,
president, Harold R. Granoff, chairman of refreshments com-
mittee, and Jerome Green, program chairman. The meeting
was held Wednesday evening in the Temple banquet hall.
N. M. Nym.ii
Mrs. Weintraub Will
Speak on Polio
In National Tour
Dade county's "Mothers' March
on Polio" was accorded recognition
Friday as "outstanding in the na-
tion" when Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub was asked to speak at na-
tion-wide regional meetings for
polio volunteer workers.
Mrs. Weintraub, who will lead
the county-wide March of Dimes
fund-raising effort for her sixth
straight year, made the announce-
ment at an organizational meeting
of 25 march "captains" and special
unit leaders in the Miami Women's
club.
She said it will mark the first
time a polio volunteer worker has
been chosen by the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
for the tour. Her speaking topic
will be organization of the moth
ers' march.
"My selection is not due to my
efforts, but to those of all 12.000
women who helped collect a record
$176,000 in one hour in January,
1955 to fight polio," she said.
She will speak in Washington.
D. C, Sept. 30; Cincinnati, Oct. 4;
Chicago, Oct. 6; New York, Oct. 15;
and New Orleans, Oct. 24.
I ~t
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%
Ia Yom Kippur memorial services were observed this
L V members of Miami Beach Post 330 and Ladies' Aux-
Bc ST!? Ve,erans. at Torah Temple. Lett to right are
I soirit i ,' immediate past commander; Rabbi Louis Cas-
kder T1 1.ead; and Ralph Grossrrian, juoior vice com-
liary S honore<* departed members oi the Poet and
High Makes City
Commission Bid
Miami real estate and insurance
executive James w. High announc-
ed this week that he plans to qua!
- a candidate in Group 3 in the
Miami City Commission race.
Head of the firm bearing his
! name. High, 46, is married to a na-
' tive Miamian, the former Helen
Thomas, of Little River. They have
two children, Ellen, 15. and John, 8,
in local schools. The candidate
j came to Miami about 20 years ago
from Gaffney, S.C., owns his home
and lives at 842 SW 12th ave.
His experience includes service
with the Marines, the Navy and
the U. S. Department of Justice.
He served eitfht years with the
Marines, two of them overseas, and
seven years as a Federal law en-
forcement officer, with some years
spent in university study in crim-
inology and related subjects. He re-
signed his position as a senior Fed-
eral officer to enter the Navy dur-
ing World War II.
Since leaving the Armed Forces,
he has operated his own business.
High said that "a strong inter-
est in local government has
prompted me to run for this office,
and I believe that the use of ma-
ture judgment, stemming from
years of experience in both the
law enforcement and business
fields, will make me a good Miami
City Commissioner."
High sought the office once pre-
viously in the 1951 race.
Jmmet W. High
Mrs. Syinay I. Weintraub
Sale of Bonds
Past $80,000
Sale of State of Israel Bonds
during the High Holy Days in Dade
county soared past the $80,000
mark on Yom Kippur as the an-
nouncement of the oil strike in the
northern Negev accelerated inter-
est in Israel's primary source of
investment capital.
North Shore Jewish Center, with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz making
a personal appeal for the purchase
of Israel Bonds, and Beth David,
where Greater Miami chairman
Jacob Sher and Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg shared the assignment, led
the way with purchases exceeding
$50,000.
New York businessman Ira
Hirschmann made appeals at the
Coral Gables and Zamora Jewish
Centers and Miami Beach civic
leader Malvin Englander spoke at
Beth Tfilah. At other congrega-
tions, the rabbis handled the ap-
peals.
Seymour B. Liebman. chairman
of the High Holy Day campaign,
urged all persons who turned down
tab cards or made commitments
orally during any of the appeals
to respond immediately to their
billing.
Honna Senesch Hadassah
Will Install Officers
Hanna Senesch Group of Hadas-
sah will hold an installation brunch
on Monday noon, Oct. 3, at the
Shelborne hotel.
Mrs. Jack Falk will be installed
president by Mrs. Henry Wernick.
Program chairman is Mrs. A. Ap-
plebaun.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Applerouth and Mrs. I. Teitch.
Perefz School Will Mark
Succoth With Symposium
Workmen's Circle Peretz School,
1545 SW 3rd st., will celebrate
Succoth with a symposium Sunday
evening, Oct. 2.
Subject scheduled is: "Jewish
Education for Our Children." Par-
ticipants will include Jacob Lest-
chinsky, well known writer, and
Louis Lasavin, principal of the
school.
Yiddish poet M. Z. Tkatch will
read selections from his latest
book.
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Friday, September 30. 1955
Volume 29 Number 39
Tishri H, 5716
Succoth as a Symbol of Freedom
Greater Miami Jewry will usher in the Fes-
tival of Succoth beginning with services Friday
evening.
The name of the holiday, translated as "tab-
ernacles," refers to the meager abodes in which
the ancient Israelites lived during their wander-
ings from Egyptian slavery.
On the occasion of the eight-day-long fes-
tival, booths or Succoth are constructed adjoin-
ing homes and synagogues. These are gayly
hung with the autumn's fruits and vegetables
as a reminder of the fertility of the land and
elicit a feeling of gratitude for the earth's pro-
duce.
In a larger sense, the Succah was a symbol
of ancient Jewry's thankfulness for its freedom.
In our own time, Succoth has not diminished
in its significance. The rejuvenation of the
Land of Israel is a case in point. During this
festival, a million and a half Israelis may pause
to express their gratitude for the freedom they
have won and for the Statehood that is now
a symbol of their security.
As well, Succoth this year is a mighty chal-
lenge to Jews of the free worlda challenge
to their efforts to help wrest their North African
brothers from a Moslem world that does not
want them and to bring them safely to Israel.
Succoth, then, means all of these things and
sums up in totality the spiritual ideals of a
mighty faith.
During The Week ... a
y LEO MINDLIN
I s
?'I
News, television and radio people got tnZT^
ago at an informal meeting conducted i,v r-Jnr hf* *u.
enced by Miami i mass communication modi, f WntokT
Rep. Favreii la part of a Congressional team
l.sh the validity or untruth of charges thit th ly,ondal
withholding vital information from the oeonio ^"""ratw
are Claire Hoffman nnrl lh w___ l,' plp J("nins hi- ^
Why Didn't Somebody Tell Me?
Israel's Ambassador to the United States
Abba Eban put it well last week when he ex-
plained his government's reaction to the Dulles
plan for bringing peace to the Near East.
Disturbed over the "deadlocks" in the plan,
Mr. Eban showed that an apparently "impar-
tial" and "sincere" U.S. suggestion really plays
directly into the hands of the Arabs.
Mr. Dulles had revealed that our State De-
partment's participation in any program of
bringing peace to the trouble area would be
contingent on Israel's acceptance of "adjust-
ment" of border "irregularities."
Shortly after the Republican victory in 1952,
Mr. Dulles left on a tour of the Near East. On
his return, he triumphantly announced that his
ten days there taught him more about the Arabs
and Israel than he had learned in ten previous
years in Washington.
Apparently, there is one thing Mr. Dulles
failed to learn. His decision to assist in the
"adjustment" of border "irregularities" is a
classic Arab demand as the price for peace in
the Near East. Arab leaders would prefer that
the adjustment be made in such a manner as
to write Israel off the face of the map. Barring
this total objective, they recently intimated that
peace could be bought for the return of the
Negev.
But Israel's Position is firm in this matter. The
Arab invasion in 1948 violated the UN partition
plan. Why should the Jewish State be black-
mailed into accepting an agreement today
which the Arabs destroyed seven years ago?
It is this that Mr. Eban so clearly explained
in his policy message, and if Mr. Dulles was
unaware of it up until that time, he certainly
won't be able to plead affectionate ignorance
now.
They Must Make the Point Clear
The United Nations General Assembly open-
ed its tenth session last week. Indications are
that the Israel-Arab problem will figure as
heavily during this session as it did durina
the last. ^
It is strongly to be hoped that the UN will
finally come up with a solution to this problem
one which has been severely tapping the
resources of an already strained Jewish State.
So long as the world peace organization con-
tinues to fail to take into account one funda-
mental issue, we are afraid there will b^ little
hope of a solution. The issue is this: the Arab
League's refusal to recognize the integrity of
Israel.
It must once and ior all be made clear to
Arab leaders that the Jewish State is a full
fledged member of the United Nations and that
nothing can erase her from the map of the Near
East.
Unless this is done, the Arabs will continue
to violate Israel's integrity by word of mouth
and to harass her by economic and political
boycott. At stake here is not only the fate of
the Jewish State's future but also that of the
United Nations, respect for which can be main-
tained only so lona as it acts in accordance
with the powers at its disposal.
A Call to Parents
Miami's Bureau of Jewish Education has join-
ed in the call to Jewish parents published by]
the American Association for Jewish Education.
The call, issued in conjunction with Jewish
Education Month now being celebrated, urges
parents to enroll their children in a daily He-
brew or Sunday school so that they may par-
ticipate in a traditional Jewish upbringing.
The Greater Miami area now has many ac-
credited schools, and it behoves local parents
to answer the call. The backbone of Jewish
survival through countless centuries of exile
has been Jewry's total identilication with its
tradition and culture. This identification dare
not slacken in our time.
The purpose of Jewish Education Month is to
strike these points home, as well as to empha-
size the fact that Jewish tradition and culture
must be reborn and instilled in each successive
generation of Jewish youth.
This can best be accomplished by respond-
ing to the Bureau of Jewish Education's call to
parentsby making certain that our youth are
exposed to the essential cultural and religious
values of Judaism in our schools so that
they will be properly prepared for a life as
Jews in America.
BT Claire Hoffman and John Moss ThTSialiKS? ***!
ini
"n?rtssioa4j
liminary affair; its function was to instnirt'.L^'^'^J
rather than to compile a list of evidence
Nothing is Changed in Moscow
Reports horn London last week are disquiet-
ing indeed concerning the attack on Jewish
culture in the Soviet Union and mass arrests
of Jews for possessing Jewish books.
They fly in the face of recent Soviet moves,
especially immediately prior to and following I
the Geneva conference, aimed at assuring the'
world community that Russian Jewry is free to
act in accordance with its religious and cultural
traditions.
At least one thing remains fixed so far as
Moscow is concerned: It continues its natural
course of saying one thing and doing another.
MM PUCE, SAME QUESTION
This will not be a McCarthy type ol ihow" n
The implications of his remark were clear The c ?1*^
not at the outset accept as proven fact the mei-aT*55!'*''''*
various hranches of tho government In its effort t^ rw*l
of the charges, the Congressional team will arlnw Smtai8H
niques that are in accordance with the prim-inK If1"*?'*'.
rights and the freedom of the press P of ""liv^J
There has been some nasty talk around on tha .
ncurity officials, who enjoy a type of power new JJn*i a
the cry of censorship is the result of Sen Mcianhv's ,w*M
investigate the newspapers. If this were true it -#, ,J fH
ernes long after the Senator's loss of effectiveness J^S
reeled not against him but against his erstwhile enem,.! n *3
that good cause exists for the charge Its roots |je ,n ,h J*<
"security." ne"*M
The Administration last week published a numeric J
some three thousand persons thus far released from ther J21
the government on "security" grounds The purpose of the i2
place the Administration in an admirable light CnfortunaTa
to take into account the number of contested dismissals noli
it concern itself with the often prevalent irreponsibilittft
prototypes, who have been discharging personnel with j
gleam in their eye but with malevolence and bigotry aforeti
RUBBER STAMP SECURITY A PET PEEVE
Will Maslow's recent appearance before a Cong
ing committee is a case in point. He informed the committal
large number of people released from governmental employ
"security" reasonspeople really told to go home because to
Jewish. One needn't dredge up old skeletons en masse. Abnkau
now. Wolf Ladejinsky and the Ft. Montmouth fiasco are cleari
Others, of course, aboundwhere anti-Semitism could not hint
factor but where political pressures to out ant i Administration
personnel adopted the false guise of security investigation
Edward Corsi. the President's former advisor on the 195)I
Relief Act, was such a sacrifice. Needless to say. the party cum.
power has developed an abysmal record in security mattervl.
even extended into the area of granting commissions to offitmi
Armed Services. And now the security bugaboo raises its heal
the recent charges of Federal violation of the Ireedom of the|
No clear thinking citizen denies the need for security i
Every honest American welcomes the government's vigil in thai
What they do object to is the Illicit use of security black-oil
point where it becomes farcical and where it vitiates the effect!
original intent.
Rep. Fascell put it properly when he informed Miami N'eta
his "pet peeve is rubber stamp security." Probably the most i
example of censorship was the Manhattan Project during Worill
whe nobody but President Roosevelt and a few chosen sciential
military men knew about this nation's gigantic atomic reseam
gram. So strict were top security safeguard* that not even Varj
dent Truman was aware of the Los Alamo* doings.
In light of the national emergency, one can readily
this. But the top security mania has spiralled since then. The|
reason offered has been the Cold War between Ea*t and WeaJ
Russian investigation into the use of fissionable material lorl
purposes still in its infancy, the government's policy of restnetafj
tific information became a continuing thing.

MAN'S PHILOSOPHIC INVESTIGATION HAS HO IMIff
The inevitable, of course, occurred The Soviets discovwij
of producing Atomic and Hydrogen weapon* President Tray-
nouncement of this discovery was first met with disbelief ml
derision. Some accused the President of tryuv to frighten tat^
can people into accepting his staggering national arms pow-
We had become so egotistical as an ethnic group that nl
learn the lesson of our own secret experience There can ^
ity clamp" placed on the horizons of man* philosophic wjj
Our own discovery of the A-Bomb had been the result or o-
of Italy's Fermi, Denmark's Bohr. Hungary Teller and .
many's Kinstein and Meitner, Americas Oppenheimer a
others.
Nor did our folly stop there. In the name of "gffa
investigating those who had previously been our iropn -
heimer was declared "unsafe" and cut away by tne g -
his role as atomic advisor. And. on at lea t two puoac i J
McCarthy threatened to investigate Dr Em*tcin *no. jj
declared, had escaped from righteous Mr Hitlei I P"r8e
communists to seek exile here.
So that security for the government ha* come to
entwined with militarism. But the inevitable i"MJ'on* ^ *t
much censorship of news and of personalities can tne
of military security? And may the Executive brancn oi
withhold information until it is an Administrative i.
Countless cases of censorship are on record whic ^^aj
formation denied the press has been freely PUD,fjJ ,be*lj
nals. Anyone who carefully devotes himself ; ;"|.-,!fre;, th|
can learn more about our gi
acquired through intensive
with staggering cogency
*
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MONOUTHIC STATE _
Yet our government continues to pursue an ahisls(joaM
program hewn from Ma own limitations Strangi'_ lItm
name of a personally insulting theory: that Amer ^ u*
not knowing what their President, the military
have been up to. ^ infiaateiT'
It seems to me that, as a peop'*- we ',i.a*lr
when we are fully informed on all matters w > j^
with intelligence when we understand them.^;;coBfrtiB^j
ing blacked their root causes out. we are wdoemr n ,
And more central issues are at atake than m~
Cetwinved ei SA
ully devotes himsell to *?%&
jr government* lop-drawer*a*-a
*ive spying. Th.* .ae. ^srejn.^
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)mber 30. 1955
*Je*istfkri4k>iMi
kers to the Editor
with FloridUn:
fc reading *> Mmd"
>During the Week .. .
[in last "<',,k's issuc of
1 horidian. where he
,,.,-H with President
C American Jewry's
Lh|i>h the State of Is-
Lvi my lu-tory-rcwrit-
[if my idols of yester-
E shattered, what pur-
Mking. ;m'' wnat are
. ;, President to be
rms of the mores that
|fno or in terms of a
and higher morality
lould apply to the re-
i of that office at key
turning points? Part
ability of President
raumabiy lay in the
i could have both the
j the vision to destroy
|r at least overlook it
oblems confronting his
x devices
, viewpoint. I can well
Iras woefully lax in con-
Nazis head on for
their brutality. But from the point
of view of the standard ethics of
international diplomacy, thr>e
seem to be relevant facts:
A. Overt intervention by one
state in the internal affairs of an-
other just isn't donenot kosher.
A grain of salt belongs on this flnt
assertion, but these exhibits are
relevant:
1. This principal was set forth
in part in the first statement of the
Monroe Doctrine so far as Europe
and the Americas as a whole were
concerned. It was brought to fuller j
development so far as the U.S. and
the other American countries go |
in the various expressions of the i
Roosevelt good-neighbor policy in
which the doctrine of non-interven-'
tion by one country in the internal!
affairs of another was presented in i
a number of forms.
2. The Roosevelt stand against
an expansionist Germany was stat-
ed in the 1937 "quarantine the ag-
gressor" speech. The core of free
world opposition was here affirmed
on the basis of resistance to ag-
gression and not internal Naii re-
THE WEEK... fS I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4 A
ent to equate security with blanket secrecy, by permitting
ent to advance our national stupidity, we are establishing
recedent We are contributing to the development of a
State capable of leading the intellectually destiny of its
I are telling a body which is our instrument that we are its
that we arc docile, that we are prepared to follow "for our
any unhealthy practices in this regard are already unques
i government's engaging in secret scientific investigation for
of what is presumably a civil military but which is increas
ng professional and the government's attitude toward scien
lernmcnt property. In this sense, the coming investigation of
isorship is a good thing.
|challeni;< the authority of those who increasingly assume
S censor who are extending the interpretation of "national
'to fit the needs of individual power. It will once again
htmment personnel to a recognition of the fact that they
n the peoples' employees.
pression. Even this objection to ex-
ternal political management was
strangely decried at the time.
3. At the end of World War II,
at a time of perhaps maximum
fluidity in the conduct of events,
and with respect to Poland for ex-
ample, the most advanced stand
the leaders of the free world could
take was to insist that there be in-
ternal free choice. That this tree
choice led to the destruction of the
free Polish government and the
creation of a tyrannous Soviet sa-
tellite, became a matter of regret
and no more to free world leader-
ship.
B. The most advanced dogma of
resistance became the notable doc-1
trine of "containment"a kind of i
confession that the best to be done
was to stop the expansion of the
germ. You could not go back and
from the outside erase the damage
it had done.
C. The early Eisenhower-Dulles
ideal of "liberation," presumably
OM positive alternative to a nega-
tive containment notion, died on
the vine. The East Berlin upris-
ings of 1953 aborted.
D. U.S. resistance has been car-
ried on in the name of Radio Free
Europe, a private organization.
E. The Comintern, arch inter-
venor, has been formally separate
from the Soviet government and
Communist Parties in individual
countries presumably operative
on their own.
F. The use of non-recognition
to reflect dissatisfaction with in-
ternal regimes has been distinc-
tively cultivated by U.S. policy-
makersa kind of projection into
hard-boiled international realpoli-
tik of the hopeful idealism of a
young republic. The problems it
can bring are shown in the U.S.
reactions with Red China.
Do the foregoing propositions
stray very far from the initial issue
of should and could FDR have con-
demned racist Nazi Germany more
vigorously for its brutality? I do
not think so. The misdeeds of for-
eign governments with respect to
their own peoples can be mighty
treacherous soil to tread on. In this
regard, Gunnar Myrdal labelled his
volumes "An American Dilemma."
JOSEPH KAHN
Page 5 a
Israeli Troops
Move to Occupy
Demilitarized Zone
Continued from Pago 1 A
a Foreign Ministry spokesman who
announced the move.
Gen. Burns, who met with Ar-
thur Lourie, deputy director gen-
eral of the brad Foreign Ministry,
and Joseph Tekoa. the Israel dele-
gate to the Gaza pacification talks,
called upon Israel to remove the'
troops. He was given firm a.ssur-
ances that this would he done as I
soon as Egypt withdrew her forces
which were illegally stationed in
the demilitarized zone and under-
took to cease interfering with the
border demarcation project. He al-
so was informed fully of the details
of the Israel military movement.
Meanwhile, Maj. Francois Gia-
commagi, head of the Israel-Egyp-
tian Mixed Armistice Commission,
informed Israel that he was send-
ing UN observers to the scene to
take up positions along the border.
He asked that they be permitted to
travel freely throughout the zone.
Permission was granted immedi-
ately.
Explaining the background of
the Israel move, the Foreign Min-
istry spokesman said that in a
large-scale action and in deliberate
violation of the armistice agree-
ment, Egyptian army units have
pulled down and destroyed mark-
ers along the international border
between Nizana and the demilitar-
ized zone. He revealed that this in-
formation came from a UN observ-
ers' report which had just reached
the Foreign Ministry.
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MUD TO HAVE TURNED UP
Group Asked to Moscow on Search for Writers
Joed from Page 1 A
igain-t Zionists and the
ic about things Jewish
M Daily forward re-
B what it described as
ble sources, that Moshe
L Jewish poet and dram-
ken id......,| from a
in Siberia. The report
prodersohn. who is 66,
|jfe. were now living in
"at report was followed
sr of other, in the Yid-
toondent of the Jewish
W, Montreal Yiddish
M^paper. reported that
fen informed that still
the Soviet Jewish writ-
Kin--was now living
wow (lemberg). He said
lormant who had attend-
Val in Warsaw and had
paission to visit Lwow,
ed that Lwow was now a
large center of Jewish population
At the same time, an article in
the Jewish Day-Morning Journal
reported that while Brodersohn,
Halkin, and a third writer, J. Stern-
berg, were alive and in Moscow,
three othersItzik Feffer, David
Bergelson and Peretz Markish
were dead. The article, which said
that reports reaching Yiddish writ-
ers appeared to be authentic,
stressed that there was no informa-
tion as to where or how those re-
ported dead had died.
In Tel Aviv, it was reported that
authentic information reaching Is-
rael had given reason to assume
that all the Rumanian Zionist lead-
ers who had been imprisoned for
several years had now been releas-
ed. The report which reached Is-
rael listed a number of leaders
released recently, in addition to
those who had been reported freed
earlier. The latest release, accord-
fWNGrON DOESN'T
Urges Russians to Play Fair
Pud from Page 1 A
' virtual threat of black-
[ decision to sell arms to
P confirmed Tuesday in
P by state Department
fw declared that this was
TJrL1 Soviet offer to
l0 Egypt m exchange
Ittni.U Wea"nS lhe "*
|*ouid provide Egypt of-
K would be fo/SicUv
I Proses and not to en-
pression against Israel.
El L," A,rong *****
S thai ^"rtnwnt of-
requests by Israel
for relatively insignificant amounts
of military equipment requiring ex-
port licenses were also being con-
sidered: The officials indicated
that the quantities considered for
Egypt are considerably larger than
those for Israel. However, they
added that Egypt was a larger
country than Israel and had re-
quested more than Israel.
State Department press secre
tary Lincoln White said that the
arms to be sent to Egypt would
not be sufficient to set off an arms
race between Egypt and Israel.
But other sources disclosed that
the arms involved would be worth
about $10,000,000.
ing to the report, came as a result
of an appeal to Rumanian authori-
ties by Chief Rabbi M. Rosen of
Bucharest.
In sharp contrast to the relaxa-
tion of tension implicit in the re-
ports of Soviet invitations and re-
leased writers, was a report in the
Manchester Guardian attributed to
a recently returned visitor from
Moscow. The visitor told the Man-
chester Guardian that hundreds of
Jewish homes in Moscow had been
raided last month by police units
in search of "Jewish publica-
tions." The raids were said to have
been followed by a number of ar-
rests. None of those arrested have
been heard from since that time,
according to the report.
The Manchester Guardian said
that considerable anxiety exists
among the Jews of Moscow as a
result of the arrests. The news-
paper stressed that these were the
first mass Jewish arrests since the
so-called "doctors' plot" arrests in
1953. The Manchester Guardian
commented that they occurred "at
a time when hopes were high that
with the new policy of the Soviet
Government Jews, too. would be
permitted to live a full Jewish
life."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183505
HELEN ROSEN, Plaintiff
HERMAN ROBEN, Ix-fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TU: HERMAN R< >8EN
:'i Homestead Park
c/o Brooks
Newark, New Jersey
Ton ara hereby notified that a < nm-
i>iaint for Divorce ha* ben
against you, and you are required to
serve .1 cops of youi Anawai or PI
inc to the Complaint on th> Plain' <
attorney, ALVIN B, CAWN, coln I'.oail lluilillnK. Miami It. h,
Florida, ami file the original Ai
or Pleadlna In 'he office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before ihe
Hal .r..\ or ( n tober, ItSf if you 1
in do so, hidjrmeal by default wl be
taken aaalnsl you for the relief de-
manded In the I'omplaint.
DONE AND ORDERED In Ml
this '.'7th day of September,
i ..i-i.i.i.
1915.
(SEAL)
o/jo ii, t-14-21
K l: LEATHERMAN
cierk. Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida
B] It. II RICE, JR..
Deputy '
ik
Palsy Unit to Hear Talk
The fields of special education in
Dade county will be explored Mon-
day night, Oct. 3, by Mrs. Laura L.
Sutter, assistant director of special
education in Dade county, for the
benefit of the Miami Women's Unit
of United Cerebral Palsy. Meeting
will be held at the United Cerebral
Palsy Clinic, 1608 SW 1st st.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encase In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name ol
JENNIFER HOMES, at Dade County,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
JENNIFER HOMES, INC.
.1 Florida Corporation
GENET A GENET
Attol in> for Applli .ml
120 Lincoln Road
- 10 V-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3629?-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAN a. COLLIER, Dei eased
To All Creditors and am Persons u r-
ln claims or Demands Aia'm-t Paid
Estate:
You, anil each Of you, .ire be
notified and required to present ..ny
rl.iinis and demand* whirr,
either of you, maj have against the
of DAN A COLLIER, den eased
Hamilton County, Ohio, to -he
Honorable Count] Judaea of I'.de
(.unity, and file the same in theli of-
flcea in 'he County Courthouse in
Dadi County. Florida, within i
calendar months from the date
first publication hereof s;.iii .1 na
..i demands t.....ntaln ilie lecai
dn i ol i lalmanl and to be i
to and presented .is aforesaid, or
will be haired
1 late September l'.th. \ D. ItW
LEON A EPSTEIN
a- Am Ulan Adn
x \ of he Estate of
I (AN A i i "l.l.l SB 1 I.
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Jrid
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n
j
Shei'd, Morris Waldman Reside on Mi
Wometco end WTVJ titan Mitchell Woifson went to
New York following ;i celebration "i his Mth birth-
da} with In- wife, Frances, in Nashville Purpose "I
the tup was I- meet partner Sidney Meyer
So. Instead ol seeing last week's brutal battle be
i w.'i'ii Harciano and Moore In their own Miami thea
lor chain, Mitch ami Sid watched iM>' event at ring
Bide. .
Before lie returns home, Mitch plans to attend the <>,i fl
tion of the Theater Owners ol America in l."- Angeles He i- .1 former
president and chairman of the board.
Current plans, incidentally, are that Sid's daughters, Patsy (Mrs.
Charles) Goldstein, of Miami Shores, ami Bobbee (Mrs. Roy) Schechter,
NE 85th -1 will also leave for the West with their husbands They'll
Stay at the Beverly Hilton while the) visit the Stan
The Victor Friedman*, of 3160 Prairie ave., Miami Beach, are
proud as punch. .
Daughter Tamara Hope will enter Wcllc-ley College's ire-hman
class this winter.
Aug. 2" at Mercy Hospital was a banner <\.i> and history In the
making for Miami. Born there was pert Judy Ann Markinson a lourth
generation Miamlan! .
It's all somewhat complicated, hut the family tree goes like this:
Judy Ann's mother. Mrs. Irving Markinson, 883 NE lti4th -t 1- the
former Dorothy Pepper and a native Miamian .
Dorothy's folks, the Morris Peppers, were al-o horn in Miami
While Judy Ann's great grandfather, A. J. Pepper, via- an carh settler
here. .
The truth will out: the new arrival's paternal grandmother. Dora
Markinson, is a "Yankee" hailing from New York.
Pun I C I I
The Sam Aitmans have jusl about concluded plan- tor honoring rrCUa iMl^ll^C'd l()
liter Helen at a sweet sixteen part) Sunda) in the Kismet room of /u;i.iu ,! 17m *+A
the Algiers hotel .l.lllKIIHMMI I I It 11(1
Fift) ol Helen's friends are expected to he on hand tor the occa Freda Ann Spector and ClUII
Airs. Morrii Wald
Best man was Samuel Waldman.
hrother of the groom. Others in "' sCr*eam
eluded Ted Landesman. Alvin Le fne ,wo n*l it 1
venton, Edward Koppel. I Wald- enng Three months
man. Gabriel Dcutsch, Habhi How -urprised Carla bjfh
Delta i'lu sorority. """r mt'(' childhood when Skip ard Danzig, of Lebanon. Pa.. M (,, make the
The talented sweet sixteen Helen was also president Ol her home used to viaH the bO| next door Berkowitz. Howard Trietman. Ben
-ion. She 1- a junior at Miami Midi where -he belongs to the Anchor
Club, Future Teacher- ol Am d 1- first vice president o| SiLima
II Skipi Soule have known each
I In a 6 pm. double
at the i.'i ., h.xei,,
V'"K I h Karger.
daughter.i Mr. and Vis. En
KarRer. 2-420 Flamingo dr.. hecame
1 the bride of Morris Wald
of Mr and Mi- Jn-eph Waldman.
2502 Prairie ave. I'nde of the bride
Rabbi Abraham M. Danzig of K m
-a- City. Mo, performed the cere
mony.
The bridal gown of tulle and
aleneon lace was with bateau ncek \
line appliqucd with aleneon lace
on bodice and sleeves that end m
a point.
The skirt satin was under a bouf-;
fant skirt of nylon tulle with a
nine-inch band of aleneon lace I
gathered in a full skirt ending in ]
a cathedral train of tulle.
The bride's mother wore a coral
nylon tulle dinner formal. The
groom's motner was attired in a
champagne cocktail gown of lace
and silk organza.
Miss Ann Waldman, maid of
honor, wore a champagne lace and
net cocktail formal. Bridesmaid
Miss Leila Waldman. wore a pink
silk organza cocktail gown. Miss
Shelly tandesman was flower girl.
and Master Eliot Waldman the
ting bearer.
iami
m
<-iiiln iiiiclXon
Meet by Accid
Trofli isHevea
Carla Joy Cheyette 1
York to visit hen
May 28. By cou
Conrad Stern arrived i
on the very same 1
stationed overseas
room in her sophomore y< ar
Sureeba Stevens will he oil lor a trip overseas Od 2!' It not all
lun this time-but a serious effort to observe conditions In Israel. .
Sue's been chosen b) Federation to join a United Jewish Appeal *" trom
to 1 reda Ann.
Their romance
August when he
Army
h|o--omed last
came home on
ten ice. Now.
stud) mission there And she has plent) ol experience, too she is chair- they're planning to be married
man ol CJA's education committee and ha- done work with the Flor- next January 111 Beth David S\na
ida Continuing Education Council. .
Sue won't boast about it. hut friends admire her great drive She's k"k
attending the University of Miami and expect- to receive degree in Mr an<1 Mr> JullUs Spector. 135
psycholog) come June commencement |SW 22nd nl.. parents of the bride
homeVs!ou!h^^ "- "^
Husband Bernard, of course, ,- the well known Steven- Market P^ Th P>PWtive bridegroom
executive
Miss Bernstein
And Al Goodman
Plan December Rites
Mary Esther Bernstein and Al J.
Goodman. Jr.. are planning a De-
Expected hack Oct ti from Montreal 1- soprano Ruth Brotman.
She annually \1-1t- Canada for her summer vacation. .
Family there include- noted Quebec surgeon H. L. Brotman.
Latest addition to the continental trek: The Abe Eisenbergs leave
for Europe Friday, sailing from New York on the SS United St.
Their tour is scheduled to include France, the Riviera
is the son oi Mr and Mr- Edward
S Soule. 1511 SW 19th at
Miss Spector la a native Miamian
and a graduate of Miami High
School where she belonged to the
glee club, chorus and Anchor (Tub.
She attended the University of Mi-
But special even, will he their viti! with Lord and Lady M.'ich.tt'm ** "W '* enre,,ed 3t ,he '
England. .
Abe has long' been active in a ho-t of civic and benevolent organiz-
ations and i- a director ol Riverside Memorial.
Mill not talking about it la Walter Jacobs. But rumor- pers.-t that
he plans to build at DuPont Plaza by the Miami River mouth
hater^nr. affino SS? ?? ?2P *""**?* "1;,> ^ '"nation
Hotel and office building, including an architect-' display center
Proud grandparents around town are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Siktr
From their Biarritz dr home come- the announcement ol the birth of
versify of Florida
Mr Soule played football at Mi
Seldband and Jerry Seidhand "la- 'laughter of!
The bjride and groom will live in Murray ( heyette ltttfl
Miami Beach. majored in muucattne|
of Miami. She has Mied
pearances a- a cokmail
A few years agoshtt
, of a Bade county scssf
test. She'- -ung for |
benefit pertormaneei
Norman, son of Mr. j
Jack Stern of BrootrraJ
Miss Bernstein's parents. Mr. and City College of
Mrs. Joe Bernstein. 5851 North Bay R 1 \ ln-titute I
rd., are announcing the engage-'electronics
ment. The engaged couple |
The bride-elect graduated from married early in
Miami Beach High School and at- make their home ill
tended the University of Alabama.
She is a member of Delta Phi Epsi- \t:.... W^hwili?]
Ion sorority. Alpha Lambda Delta, j '\IINS ''u,w
freshman honorary, and Triangle, i I*'ij||lCt* Dlivifll
sophomore service club. 1 .... n ,1
Mr. Goodman is the son of the Oil I 11 lit 1
senior Goodmans, who live in Ashe-
ville, N.C. He graduated from high
Carole M. SchwimBj
they re engagea.
Carole's parentv
Irving Schwartz. SB I
st i- announcing thl,
gagemenl.
Carole is M
entering the Army. He recently re-
turned from France where he was
cited as the outstanding soldier in
the 524th MP Unit He is continu-
ing his studios at the UF.
the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.
A member of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity, he served on the Interfra-
ternity Council and Student Enter
tainment Committee.
Jeffrey Stephen ,0 Dc and Mr,. Epbr.imS. wnm7u7**XZg
The new arrival joins hi- two-year-old sister. Kathy Ellen
incidentally, are the children of an Illustrious father Ephr.im ,-' ,',',
aistan profeor of anaestbesiologj .1 the University of PrtSbwgh He
al-o developed a new type of laryngaaeope, which bears In- ,, 1
1- now being commerciallv nrorin,! "'"" '""'
a one
ing commercially produced
On Oct. 18. he and wife Eileen leave with their children to.
year exchange profe-sor-hip in England.
Not to be outdone is F.phraim- lister, Dr. Esttlle ned, tr ,
and wife ol Rabbi Henry O. Bernstein, now r,| J ,
They wnte to -ay that f,ve-mon,h,dd Jo.. Jacob ,- ,,, ZgJZ
> > >
Dorothy Krieger Fink
Naples and Rome
With her is mother Mrs. Moses Krieger. Were terr.hlv
.bout this country. Dorothy write- o, ,-racl ,, yi>M]J ., ^
la now In brae] Previous itopt were
K excited
P.tr"l.nO.,.r;,.,.a;hOWer ^ ^^ "' M,;'mi W",Ctob wa. pop,,,;,,-
Hostess was pioneer Miamian Mrs. Isidor Cohan aiuu. 1 u.
Clair. (Mr,. Sydney) W.intr.ub, RTSj^j7jaf^'
tional Polio Foundation Friday. R tour for Vl
Guestbook at the shower was the same to be used when Pat marrh-
down1 the-isle wtth K.nn.fh D. Rosen Oc, 1(5 a, the FontamebH
After the honeymoon, the couple will live here in M.ami The
Michigan. -n' ^ LS a gradUa,C f ,hc "SKITS
Kenneth received his degree from Boston University He's the m
of the Jack Rosens, of Brookline. Mass. W ,nc M)n
When Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt checks into the Delano hti .w
weekend, shell be welcomed by a committee including he' n.th I
Mr,. Mitchell Wolfson, Dr. and Mr,. Kurt P.iser and the ThJ'l zZ > J l '** athring.
^- ones Gold- Rev. Goldberg ls ,he n
in "reda Specter
\
Vi
V
Mis, Mmry ttrmsfim
sl
m Car* **M
;o;M. Dnclc PTA WVko.ncs Diivclor
called the hr, v"''!. SbPmkeri Hebrew schools of North Dade
' m .North Dade Jew- Jewish Center, and was the guest
evening
Meeting waa held Wednesday
evening at the Center. Mrs. Charles
-ewly ap-lcole and her committee were in
or lhe Sundy "d 'charge of refreshmenU.
N y resident jj ]
,mi and '1W
High School. ,
Her fiance^*I
Mrs Barney rUJJ^
dent, he attended tae!
Miami.
No date h*s ""
wedding


Lber 30, 1955
+Jew!st ncridHain
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Borbcro Pearl
Icincr
Told
Eien !' I Henry
arc c i"! Their
I announced during
,;, nays b) her par-
Id Mrs Harry Pearl,
m
|r || th" son of the
., Hackensack, N.J.
graduated from Mi-
biool, where she be-
i debating team. Pres-
horida regi m of B'nai
she i- currently a
itudent at the I'niver-
Hiibcr of l.amh-
nry, ol v h ch -he is
It
nsaek
Iwherc In- was captain
ill tea: a mem-
pating team Me i- now
AlillllDK-
Miss e Do shew
Eve Dashcw Plans
December Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patten, of Boca
Raton, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Eve Dashcw, to
Robert David Baum, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudy Baum. 2162 Alton
rd., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect received her BA
degree at the Universjty of Pitts-
burgh agd is doing graduate work
at the Universfty of Miami.
Mr. Baum is a graduate of the
University of Miami and is a sopho-
more at the I'niversity of Miami
medical school. He is a member of
Phi Delta Epsilon medical frater-
nity. | f
The couple are planning a De-
cember wedding.
Temple Israel
Women Install
I Members of the Siaterfaood of
Temple Israel will install officers
at a luncheon in the Algiers hotel
I on Monday, Oct. 3.
Plans for the luncheon, installa-
tion and entertainment are being
made by a committee headed by
Ura Freda Newman. Reservations
' for the luncheon arc being taken
by Mrs. L. Nabe.
lin. Miriam Kobley will be in-
stalled as new president of the
Sisterhood. Other officers include:
vice presidents, Mrs. Aaron Kan
ner. .Mrs Joseph Ruffner, Mr-
Louis (iillman. Mrs. Harry Sim-
onds; recording secretary, lira.
Jack Levkoff; corresponding secre-
tary. Mrs. Henry Hindi; financial
secretary, Mrs. (;. Louis Mcndel-
son: treasurer, Mrs. Max Holtsberg;
and auditor, Mrs. Charles Ratner.
The new board members include
the Mesdames L. Adlcr, A. Boox-
baum, J. Bulbin. E. Conn. L. Hirsch-
field, A. Jacobs, J. Krause, H. Nev-
ins, M. Serotta, W. Singer, H. Thur-
man, S. Weintraub, J. Werner, L.
Zeientz, F. Abrams. J. Dreyfuss,
H. Friedman, S. Gordon, A. Green,
M. Lansburgh, \V. Lehman, L. Lev-
enson. L. Meyer, M. Parnes, S. Res-
nick, N. Robbins. A. Sandier, H. E.
Wolff and L. Wolfson.
*i Toppell
Toppi'll
krMitzvali
fawrence Toppell will
Mitzvah during Satur-
1 services, Oct. 1, of
[ Congregation. Rabbi
nberg will officiate,
fkvah is in the eighth
wandoah Junior High
fe he belongs to the
. swimming team and
f Mr. and Mrs. Jack
iMore dr. North, he
inding religious school
P've years
F will he hosts at the
pi pneg Shabbat and
[following Saturday
rlces ln hon .J0,.lhc reading the,
FW will also chant
Kof-t,mn gutatawm
fPtioni honoring Ken-1
, the Toppell Bay;
TROOP
rfwiatupajsji
' Gwa,j \VfJJin
Miami Beach
Panel Discussion Slated
At Beth David Monday
Panel discussion will be featured
at a meeting of the Beth David
PTA Monday evening. Oct. 3.
Members will be greeted by Mrs.
H. Abramowitz and Mrs. D. Parnes.
Subject of the discussion will be:
"What Do I Want From Jewish
Education?"
Discussants will include spiri-
tual leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. I. Kleinman and faculty mem-
ber L Gadon. Mrs. M. Twersky
will represent the parent point of
view.
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fCmSTM LEADER
[xC/r/NG CAREER
ihiJe^vdisltUEIIioicildlilain
MIAMI, FLORIQA
Friday. September 30, 1955
Section B
HARPERS STUDY INCLUDES
PROBLEMS IN MIAMI
PMPARI FOR ft AST Of TAURNACLES
lavid Youth from 3 to 18 Celebrate High Holidays
l youthful citizens, ranging inages from
, ,' 18 vears. members-and guests of the
^Congregation, were in attendance at High
kith services last week.
Ems were held '" ,he Syrian Lebanon
iHal'l and the auditorium of Beth David
(li by 1 mted Synagogue Youth of Beth
the following participants
tantor. Irwin Siegel and Sidney Schrei-
Ly rabbis Shitra Serott and Charles
| Hebrew the Spoken Language" and
L jn ( SY Heading the ushers committee
Ihbart, ;> nieml)er of the newly
E |P Also participating was Albert
reader. The pre-teen services
|(,,,, auditorium under the diree-
enior instructor of the He-
brew department, in cooperation with Mrs. Malka
Robins and Zvi Rosenkrantz, were conducted in tra-
ditional Hebrew.
Leaders for this youth service were Junior cantors
Charles Novomodsky. Ivan Feller and David Geyer.
Junior rabbis were Sussan Schwartzman, Jay Miller.
Ronald Jacobson and Sean Kaufman.
Highlight of the service was the sermonctte deliv-
ered by Jay Miller on "What Rosh Hashona Meant
to Me." Roni Hyman. presently a student at Vander-
hili Peabody College in Nashville. Tenn., and form-
erly a member of the Hebrew faculty at Beth David,
also spoke. Heading the ushers committee was Mar-
tin Orlin.
Kindt rgarten group, ranging from three to seven.
were conducted in classroom settings. Members of
the faculty who assisted were the Mesdames Svlvia
MUgrim, Zella Warshaw, iNther Lundblad. Sarah
Parnea, Barbara Safer and Rose Schreidell.
Heiman, Mrs. Stevens to Represent
Miami on United Jewish Appeal Trip
Yaakcv Rosenberg introduces nur-
tad kindergarten youth to the Holy
the Torahs. This youthlul group
les members of the daily nursery-kin-
dergarten school sponsored by Beth David
Congregation under the supervision of Mes-
dames Sarina Gisnet and Shaloma Shaw-
mut.
KS1I0N BOX
Succoth to be Ushered inf What is Your Holiday Score?
that Succoth is consider-
happiest of all the major
holidays? If so, why?
nous Maharil was once
t'i whj the liturgy for the
V rails i!i,' [estiva]
a title
r fa tt
inswered that
l< more rejoicing on the
one thing
1 c lit which
I ht< n the
Secondly,
tall harvest
Pic were happy after hav-
iod harvest
|i' a^ Hi, first festival
f Daj ol Atonement. On
' a serious
eld swaj Alter Vom Kip-
pur the people fell into a relaxed
mood feeling that their sins had
been forgiven. Furthermore, his-
torically it was on Yom Kippur
Day that Moses came down from
his second trip atop Sinai, announc-
ing that all had been forgiven for
the sin of the Golden Calf. Succoth
was also the occasion of the water
festival, of "Simchal Beth Hasho-
ava" of which the Talmud says that
"one who had not seen the festiv-
ity of this occasion had not seen
real festivity in his day."
Why are tha osrog and lulav wavad
in all four directions as well as
up and down during the services
in the synagogue during the
Succoth holiday?
The Talmud (Babli. Succah 37b)
makes two statements concerning
this gesture. One is that the esrog
and lulav are waved in the four
directions to indicate that all four
directions and their limits belong
to the Almighty. Waving them up
and down indicate that both the
heaven above and the earth be-
neath belong to the Almighty. This
was a means of displaying the om-
nipotence of the Almighty. Dur-
ing the season of harvest it was
indeed wise for man to remind
himself that all that is belong t"
G-d. and that what he has reaped
is but what the Lord has given him.
The other statement in the Talmud
claims that they are waved in the
four directions to keep away the
evil winds.
Two Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity leaders are leaving to rep-
resent this area on a study mission
in Israel conducted by the United
Jewish Appeal. They are Sam J.
Heiman. chairman of Federation's
1955 Combined Jewish A p p e al
Campaign, and Mrs Bernard Stev-
ens, chairman of CJA's educational
committee.
Heiman leaves Miami on Oct. I.
Mrs Stevens departs on Oct. 29.
According to Stanley C Myers.
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the two Miami-
ans will join some 25 of the highest
ronkinu Jewish community leaders
throughout the us., including a
few chosen high level national UJA
xecutivi g, on the mis
Heiman pointed out that the
United Jewish Appeal la one of the
major beneficiaries of the IV
ation dr've in Greater Miami, The
t l.\ through its three constituent
agencies.loioj Distribution I mi-
mittce. United Israel Appeal and
New York Service for New Amer-
icans -conduct- relief, rehabilita-
tion and resettlement program- af-
fecting the lives of thousands of
Jews around the world.
More than half of the SI,250,000
n ised in la-i year's Greater Miami
drive was allocated to the UJA,
Heiman said.
Explaining that his "personal
and, business afiairs do not warrant
my leaving the country at this
time. I nevertheless realize that
this opportunity comes only once
in a lifetime, and I feel privileged
io have been selected on this im-
portant mission."
JWV NEWS
Broward Post
In Blood Drive
Blood drive was conducted this
week by the Broward County Post
No. 613 to obtain blood from all
Posts and Auxiliaries to help a
critically ill JWVA sister.
Norma Siegel. fund raising chair-
man of Broward County Auxiliary,
Wednesday announced that a card
party will be held Oct. 19 at Tem-
ple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. Pro-
ceeds from the affair will be don-
ated jointly to Cerebral Palsy and
veteran rehabilitation.

Coral Gables Post No. 243 will
hold a regular business meeting
Tuesday evening. Oct. 4 at the
Coral Gabies Jewish Center. Fund
raising chairman is Buddy Logue.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223
will meet on Thursday evening.
Oct. 6, at West Miami Town Hall.
MM CONGREGATION BOASTS Of 125 FAMILIES
nic Dade Growth Brings Birth of South Dade Center
J ilation growth in Dade County has
I organizationthe South Dade
V Wcr h, order to fill the religious, edu-
1 ana <,....,, needs f the area Jewish com.
r- 'lure recently organized to form
F" aocirt,,,,, to the steadily growing number
pwuev centers and temples here.
LJ-j""!1 nudeus of individuals in April,
Lh?Kh enter has grown to include some
F"*cr families in five months.
FrTnf ,hf Dew tonSregation include Herman
lKai7 ',U: J(,shua Segal, vice president;
' vice president; Edward S.
[Katz.
[trea ...... '' vce president; tawara .
\ ""*: Harold Kane, financial secretary;
om. n T'c"rding secretary; Laura Wein
^ponding secretary.
of directors are Dr. Donild Altman. Sam
ler ii.i?,amond' Herma> Feldman, Gene
*"s freeman, David Katz, Abe Light,
I die Mell Dr. Norman Nash. Robert H. Newman
Edward S. Roth, Dolly Scheinbcrg, Joshua Segal and
Dr. Florence Wechsberg.
First major accomplishment of the Center has
been the recent establishment of its Hebrew and
Kndaj school under the direction of Joshua Rephun.
,,irs, Lesions opened at the South MuimJUptist
Church Monday, and plans to purchase land for
building a new North Dade Jewish Center site are
on the offing. The congregatton meets on the
fourth"Wednesday of each month at the South Miami
Community House, 6150 Sunset dr.
Membership affair will be held Wednesday after-
noon Set 5. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Fried
man' 1241 Placets*. In charge of information are
Mrs.' David Katz. 7510 SW 58th ave, Mrs. Sidney
Schreer. 6400 Caballero blvd.; and Mrs. Ernest
Rosenkrantz. 707 Anastasia.
New Club in Masquerade
Will Hear Talk on Israel
"Mr. and Mrs. Club." a group of
voung married couples of Temple
Beth Sholom, will hold a Succoth
masquerade party on Saturday eve-
ning. Oct. 1. in the banquet hall of
the Temple. Mrs. Jordan Bittel,
president of the group, has an-
nounced the appointment of Mrs.
Thomas Gerard as chairman of the
! affair. Mrs. Louis J. Krensky is
sponsor of this newest affiliate of
Beth Sholom.
Sam 1. Htimati
In recent years Mrs. Stevens has
.worked extensively with youth in
. r Miami as a leader of girl
troops and other organiza-
tions, she is currently attorn
the University of Miami, majoring
in sociology, and expects to re-
eeive her degree in June. 1956.
"We all know that Americas chil-
dren are the best cared for in the
worldand still they need help.
Most children do. But who is to
help the children in the tents and
fear-ridden Moroccan ghetto-.
whose parents are too poor to buy
milk, to call in a doctor, to afford
shoes for the whole family, to pro-
vide schooling?"
Mrs. Stevens revealed that she
hopes to see the child care centers
in Israel, rehabilitation agencie-.
schools, the clinics and dispen-
series.
"We are especially interested in
Youth Aliyah Centers, where or-
, phans have been sent from Moslem
lands by their parents so that they
would not be forced into child la-
bor or to die young of pestilence
and plague. This program cares for
14,000 children each year through
the United Israel Appeal, a con-
stituent agency of the UJA. Of the
472.500 people in Israel. Europe,
Middle East and the U.S. who will
this year receive aid from UJA.
better than a fourthor 126,000
are children."
Mrs, Stevens was chairman of
educational month ol Federation's
Women's Division which attracte.l
! nearly 1.000 persons to its first an.-
nual conference at the DiLiJo hotel
last fail. She is past president of
the Miami Beach League of Women
Voters and past president of Me-
norah Group of Hadassah. She has
served as vice president of the
Greater Miami chapter and is a
member of the Florida regional
board of Hadassah.
Both Tlilah Sisterhood
Schedules Package Party
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
| Tfilah will hold an annual pack-
age party on Monday evening, Oct.
3.
Committee in charge of Succah
decorating are Mrs. Rachel Katz,
Mrs. Rose Lustig. Mrs. Anna Silber-
man, Mrs. Lillian Ackerman, Mrs.
Gitel Carp, Mrs. Dora Cohen, Mrs.
Rose Kratish and Mrs. Rose Silver-
man.
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NCCJ Makes Plans
ror Annual Meeting
Florida members of the National
nee oi Christians and Jews
will convene m the Top 0' the Co
luMhus hotel dining man Tues-
day noon, Oet. 1R. tor their annual
ing, it was announced by
James M LeGate, chairman ol the
Florida NCCJ board,
Reports on the second annual
World Brotherhood Assembly held
in Brussels, Belgium, will be made
bj LeGate and S D Weissbuch.
who attt Florida's NCCJ
Mi-. I. .' Mi'i "affrej will
e membership up to date
on the work oi the Women's Coun
cil, .mil members will hear I
n representative "i the NCCJ's In-
cup Youth Council
Plans lor tiit- NCCJ national
in v m N ork i ii\ N
" to 11. during which time ti
Building tor Brotherhood new
NCCJ national headquarters build-
will also he
; Miami members "i the
dedication committee included
Mayor \w Aroro iritx. T Baker,
Sj in ill.ink. Benjamin E linn
Mrs Louis Glasser, John S Knight,
James M l eGate, Daniel J Mi
John I. Morris, Max < Inn its
11 \\ i issbuch
From < : Gables are Mrs
Stanley i Myers r.r-! Dr C 11
Tharp
Membership nill also i i
ed with r tl
(hi
Frid
Education Erectors
Schedu iPa




urn
tzman. i
five din ol the will
' i
'' ; also include a bus-
leration o
ndmenl to the constitution anl
lion "i di leg; u a) large to the
board oi directors and executive
board A special report on the con-
templated survej on Jewish educa
tion m Greater Miami will !><
made bj Dr Benjamin Rosei I
executive director of the Gn
Miami Jewish Federation.
Mr- Matilda II Rutncr will pre-
side
Among its j.300 employees Nestles has none witii a greater
up-the-ladder record of success than John Sipkin, a strong
featured man with a confident manner. Sipkins joined the
Holland Tood Corporation, a Nestle subsidiary, as an office
hoy in 1914. Today he is president and director of Gerber and
Co., Inc.. another Nestle subsidiary. Both Holland and Gerber
import and distribute cheese. Sipkin, who has grown up in
less, is an expert on the subject. There are
so m t kinds of cheese, he says, 'that a complete
a made, and ho doesn't
could :ns can call
uld only be scratching
b butoc of

1 in the
>pped wedges,
outsells all conipet-
'Your.g-ct-Heart' to Meet;
V'ounii- it-Hi [en
the .ill heir a n
11 w goals m teai h I i'> Samuel Steii tri
I the i who iocentl\
from Israel where he
tiring the
meeting on Monda)
i in :<. in the Temple
quet hall Mrs G i hen is
chairman ol the BTOUp,
lugawe
Amity 28 Club Elects
Esther Grasian President
Miss Esther Grasian, immediate
past vuo president of Amily 28
Club, has been elected president of
the club for the 1955 56 season.
This club, which is sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity (enter, a member agency ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion, is made up of single men and
women who are over 28 years oi
age.
Other officers elected are Morris
Shaeffer. vice president; Ruth El-
kin, recording secretary; Clem Bar
ship financial secretary; Beatrice
Mendeloff. corresponding secre
tan. and Howard Marfolis, treas-
urer.
NOW
You < an Drink
Ml In*
Iced Tr:i \ ou
Want
WITHOUT
Gainlnc A Single
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I WANT MY MILK"
Beach Mizrachi Chapter
Schedules Succoth Party
Mrs I B Eisenstein, p
Beach Cha|
ien, Wedi announced a
th party Oct. IS b Ja-
cob Coi an.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Ti
i or ii Stern, who will give
; ort on in- recent trip to i i
on Ifisrschl projects in i
Cantor Maurice Mamchc.s will
present a musical program, and a
**Jm of Israel will also be shown
Mrs. Joseph Brenner is chairman
of the evening.
and be sure it's
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UN Association Will
Mark Anniversary
United Nations Association oi
GrsatSff Miami will celebrate the
lenih anniversary of the l,N at
Ci reiiioiiie.s Tuesday evening* Oc|
4. in Kiiyfront Park,
Guests of honor will be Mrs
Franklin D. Roosevelt and (lark
Kichelberger. Toastmaster will be
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz
Musical program will be offered
bj the United States Marine Band
of Opa lxK-ka.
lay,

New Institute Formed
Muniicello Fark Congregation 11
this week announced the formation
it in Institute of Judaism |cl!
Judaism for Adult Education
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lde Pill Pck,e
tht The smaller eucunv
for this purpose. And
iny recipe meets the
Cmakers without large
Ron* spots Just get
Lit iars. see that the
E rings D1 well, and
iSTilU PICKLES
Ll for Small Cucumber*
rj,, fresh cucumbers, 3
Eh" size Wash m cold
JJripedry Pack into one
Lrt |ars, preferably with
r pour over the pack-
I ;i cooled boil-
within a half
Lp of iar, amoly covering
each quart jar
fcllowing:
I vinegar
fc.ic!i sail
or. dark brown sugar
carl ii'
or dr> dill
will in filled to the top.
I^ra |o< scly. allowing for
during the termenUtion
JLpat i temperature.
f, stops and the
jars becomes cloudy.
an I -.lore in
to serve
lays
fermentation,
the -tin for
QUANTITY DILL
PICKLES
> he used
; w.i ii and wipe
cucumbers and arrangf
[a pickling crock, packing
will help. Cover the crock with
muslin and let stand at room tem-
perature till fermentation begins
and scum forms. Skim well, wash
and replace the heavy plate and |
weight. When bubbles disappear
(fermentation stops), approximate-
are al- tightly. To 1 peek of average site IIy or ,0 da-vs- the P'ckles arc
cucumbers, approximately loready ,0 eat May c stored in a
pounds, use 4 to 6 quarters water ;co'- dark place after fermentation
Bring water to a boil and add 1".. stops
cups salt. Let cool to lukewarm and
add to the cucumbers, making sure
the liquid covers amply.
Add 3 heads of garlic, separat-
ed and peeled
Vt cup whole mixed pickling
spices
Several hunches of fresh or dr>
dill
Place a heavy plate Inside the
crock and weight it down so cu-
cumbers will be kept under the
liquid. A well scrubbed rock on top
VARIATION: If fresh grape
leaves are available, pack some be-
tween layers of cucumbers and
cover top before adjusting the
plate and weight. Lends special
flavor.
EGGPLANT RELISH
oggpiant. washed and
diced (unpared)
large onion, diced
cup diced celery
cup diced green bell pepper
tablespoons olive oil (or vege-
table oil)
Compare
with **
4 cup sliced pimiento stuffed
green olives
1 tablespoon salted capers
(bought at food stores)
1 cup thick tomato sauce or puree
diluted (fresh made or can-
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1 cup cold water
U cup wine vinegar
3 tablespoons dark brown sugar
1 teaspoon oregano (or basil, mar-
joram or mixed herb seasoning)
Combine diced vegetables and
saute in hot oil in a 10-inch frying
pan till lightly browned, stirring
constantly to prevent scorching.
Cover turn down heat to lowest
i point and let cook 5 minutes or
till the eggplant cubes are tender
enough to pierce with a fork. The
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should be sufficient up to this
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in the order listed, cover and let
simmer 5 to 10 minutes longer,
stirring once or twice during the
process to prevent sticking. Turn
into half pint containersplastic
ones are best. Cover when cold.
] Can be stored in the rifrigerator
with safety for a week or two.
Serve as a relish with chicken, tur-
kep or any meat or fish meal.
Yields approximately 3 cups.
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LEO* mJTTBMMAN
Paillette Will Star in New Chaplin Film
Paulette Goddard write- as
from Paris that she will be the
feminine star of the now motion
picture she and Charlie Chaplin
will make in Morocco, Paris and
London next year. This is Pail-
lette's third picture with Chaplin,
and she's looking forward to get
ting back in front of the cam
eras with Charlie with more than
normal eagerness Chaplin, she
comment-. wa> the first one In
Hollywood to recognise her tal-
ent and give her the "big break'"
in his sensationally successful
film, "Modern Times

Cary Grant will walk away
with $500,000 to $750,000 from bis
deal with Paramount Pictures on
"To Catch A Thief." If the film
maintains its present boxofficc
pace, Cary will get nearer the
8A&JL CARS0\
S750.000 mark, the leaser figUW
I- a conservative one I ai j saj
he Intends to vi-it Israel as soon
a- he can Ha DO nil way U)
Spain next week to make "Pride
and Passion" for Producer Stan
it> Kramer, w Ith whom he h
similar deal
Albert E. Nenberg. the brilliant
Beverly Hills attorney, who num-
ber- among his clients manj tam-
ou- name- of the motion picture
industry as well as the business
world, told us an unusually In-
teresting Story about a man he
admired greatly Supreme Court
Justice Louis I) Brandei-
As a practicing lawyer accord-
ing to Eiaenberg, Justice Bran
dels made plenty of money When
he had acquired S sufficient for
tune to support hi- family on
Haeohen Background Aired
When the Tenth General Assembly opened it- -e-Motis here this
i week, the UN found Israel represented bj a particularly strong
ation. The composition oi Israel's diplomatic group indicated that
ic Jewish state was prepared to cope with whatever problems maj
- during tl Assembly as a result of the in mere
esl e followii i. t-West efforts to lessen cold war tensions The
lion showed, b) its very makeup, s combinatii I ex
i specialization
S. Ebai in a
. tion here with lii- duties
With h permanent
i his de|
t the
|.
i

I
rhe
Di d H
here
I year.' Not only had I
t Rai '
thri and
i hi to Pi
tad with Corn-
bis trip to the West last
Haeohen's diplomatic -kill
ier deh i tO
l< d that be would visit
rata amoi the Arabs
hedule of : round- m London, on h
N pedal conference with Mr Haeohen!
.....ie British capital, and the Burmese leader
JTA that their com in London had been political!)
int
has Wide intimate contact- with an ex-
treme!) important and populous -eetion ot the world la Di HostM Tw
too, has been here before But what i- more significant is the fact
that last spring, i>r Tot visited virtually e\er> eountrj in Latin Amer-
I 'I hi- trip -a- reported in the pre-- from BMKffl al the countries
he touched- was a virtual tour of triumph Dr Tov's lulltinie Job i- as
Latin American expert for the Israel Foreign Ministry But. at least
in the !a>t 18 month-, he has -pint more time here and in South and
1 ntral America than in hi- office in Israel.
comfortable scale, ha began a
long series t unpaid public scrv
leas Intricate legal projects
which intimately concerned pub-
he welfare
iin- work became his hobby,"
-,iv- Eiaenberg In discussing it.
Brandci- Stated ''Some men buv
work- of art, others delight in
yachts My luxury i- to invent my
surplus effort in the pleasure of
taking up a problem and help-
ing solve it for the people with-
out any compensation. Your
yachtsman would lose much of
his enjoyment if he were obliged
to do (or pay what he is doing
for the love of the thing itself So
I should lose much of my satis
faction if I were paid for public
-erv Ices of this kind."

Among the television shows on
the 196540 agenda for "Robert
Montgomery Presents" is one
planned for next April, on the
first anniversary of the death of
Albert Einstein It will be called
"Death Of A Genius Who will
pi.iv Einstein is but one of the
several major problems still to
be resolved Montgomery |s giv-
ing it earl) attention because of
the extensive research it involves
At the same time. Warner Bros
gfudio i- going ahead with recent-
ly announced plane to film the
life ot Einstein, with Paul Mum
pencilled in as the best possibil
itv for the leading role
ON THE

FORBIDDEN NEIGHBORS. A Study 0,7
Chart., Abrams. 319 pp. New y^ **, *.
By HILARY MINDLIN
CHARLES ABRAMS, former consultant >. o.
mg Authority, recent vice president of thjn, hcl,,iW|
Discrimination in Housing, and current LI ^CN
trator has added to his many works on the 1* **'
fully documented book on racial prciud ***"
book focusses on "the close link hefwee t. h" ^
growth of prejudice in American commun,S^
That the relationship is both direct SL.
the assumptions current in popular thinking ?"
builders, and mortgage lenders seemed convinVS
live only with their own kind, that ,he pr^TJ1*"
familv destroys nrnnoHv !..<., _j s 0( a "ajS
iiija
these assumptions as gospel ."anVeven'tKEf mt
llui main infliionr* in itnmnL.,:u:.. .
family destroys property values and undermiS,0.-
status. National and local real o>ta,e S.^
tate organiafoa,
the main influence in homebuilding. was making
neighborhood homogeneity its official position"
The author traces completely, with particular *
sociological and psychological backgrounds similar -sW
crimination over the country, including California', 9
Chinese, followed by the Japanese, now hitting at thT*1
the Detroit. Cicero and Dearborn race riots and hoo**,
The chaptef'Miami: A Case Study in DvnamT?,
reviews in uncomfortable detail entiJewish. antiCitsZ
demonstrations which literally exploded on our door*,-
yean ago. Although the violence began as an anti-Nepali
ing around the Carver Village fEdison (enter. Miami. ho2
;t exemplifies the way diacrimination spreads to includei
Ities particularly when public official- cither through i
fectiveness, sanction mob action
ROSH HASHONA, 1951. SB* ,m,
K K.K emblem in front of Tifereth Israel The sign reriatl
"dirt) Negroes." Erwv Yon Rlppur i les of dysassM
at I'emple Israel. The tu-e had been lit, but failed Thensj
Suceoth, the same situation prevail Miami Hebrew I
Congregation. A -tick of dynamite thrown at Coral GabletJ
luckily hit a tree, dislodging it- i
Mr. Abram- has much to -av on the -ubject of..,
hfltela, and the ti.vth- and I which they oprralt]
is far from being I lot of noble phi ise on the contrary.it|
- the problems of education and policy involved Afterf
the fallacies, not just with logic, but with facts on what at,
pen when, for instanee. a N mily move- intoawasR
hood. Mr. Abrams doees with a thoughtful Program forML
of which depends on the government, since so much hnsM
pendent on its decision-, policies, loans, and subsidies."
But one of the main points is the emphasis ourcountrjL
placed upon heterogeneity, and the pride of our mtlunffW
with which we face the rest of the world and which is a bujsssL
in the supermarkets of communism and democracy Afteraq
able strides toward equality the United States ha- made.lt
deed be a shame to split up now into tight little living grospj
it- own race, religion, color, or what havcyou. Mr. AbnasP
that America will show an increasingly united front to tkI
justify her proud origins. ____
SAM MILLER
Europe's Human Rights Group in
Actic
HOR1S VMOf Iff
Some Notes on a Sculptor
Few. if any. Jewish arti-t- have
distinguished themselves to the
xtent of being knighted by Eng-
land. Sir Jacob Epsteinthe New
York-born East side Jewish
-eiilptor i- one of them. The
story 'it hi- rise i- told by him in
Epstein: An Autobiography
He start- by telling of hi- life
on New York's Hester St red
among push carts and peddler- in
the open air market which -till
exists today. He relates how he
as impressed with Orthodox
rabbi.s on East Broadway, as well
-s with the Jewish free-thinker-.
-Yiddish newspapers and thea-
tres, and how this inspired him
to start drawing the people of
Hester Street. With great nostal-
gia he describes the constant ar-
rival, at the Battery, of new im
migrants, their backs bent under
packs, greeted by friends and re-
latives who provided them with
.-heller in the Jewish quarter.
With similar nostalgia he de-
scribes the Sabbath at his home;
how his immigrant father and
mother -pent the day o| ro-t ri
big Yiddish novel- and how he
used to listen to the "extravagant
romances' which hi- father used
to read aloud He admits that he
never liked the synagogue sere-
''' but reveal- that be u. ,,,.
firmed at the age of 13 He speaks
with warmth of the earnestness
and simplicity of the old Jewish
manner of living on New Year's
Lower East Side and regrets that
there is no Rembrandt todai to
draw inspiration from it before
it disappears completely
He relates how he drew the
Jewish actor Jacob Adler. the
Jewish dramatist Jacob Cordon
and other Yiddish celebrities of
a generation ago And he tells
the story of how he parted from
?onoParenLS and left for Par'^ bl
1902 making his firM stop to.
ward world fame Years later
Snrt Vame ,0 NCW York frm
London or a v.sit. he arrived as
one of the most famous sculp-
tors in the world. P
Quietly and almost unnoticed by the Jewish
world, a long standing demand by Jewish and other
organizations concerned with civil liberties and hu-
man rights has in some small measure been fulfilled:
for the first time in the postwar era. a permanent
international body has been created that may accept
and hear complaints about the violation of basic
human rights and freedoms not only from govern
menta, hut also from individuals, groups of indi-
viduals and non governmental organizations.
Piquancy and significance is lent to this develop-
ment by the fact that it was made possible by West
(.ermany Article 25 of the "European Convention
for the Protection of Human Rights and Funda-
mental Freedoms stipulates that six declarations
acceptance by member states of the Strasbourg
"Council of Europe" are required before the right
of individual petition can be exercised. Such declara-
evasiveness and procrastinatios i
is. provided the fifth and mm
d to render the right of indivKSM
tions had been submitted, in the wutttf
two years, by Sweden. Denmark, Mats'
The adherence of Bonn and Belgium ami
able evasiveness and procrastinate
scenes.
needed
operative.
Article 25. the one that has no*M
by six countries, sets up a "European w
Human Rights" to consider all *
made up of fifteen members, one trw-j
member states of the Council of BJH
members from countries that ha e Ml
sit in a consultative capacity only
According to its statutes, the Co-
impartial international organ ^nW
petitions from any person, group
non-governmental organization.
MILTOX f Iff/ IMf ft >
All is Fair in Love and Security Search
"good s,.l?7,menJ..rWCn,,y ClCared "N*
Jew tenZ y, ?S.k to d" rt"* w"-k. But a
It J6!'"1 ,lMninKS was **** d-
mental collapse and had to be removed to a hospital
ity cas"e h 7n "S T^ *"* ** in ^
inanced b '7^ Pub"^d The study was
The ex Nazi who received
the
search en """: J a clcrn<'e re-
fo the Cefman Amd,^nn*Ct,Ve ,n ^^ movement
miration of Hiiler and rla^Tr 0uUpok ated his roota J! m GrmMy "d had decor-
of Hitler-Tn inmTiLn h Z*0** and Pic,ur"
ln*ht,*ion disclosed that the sub-
ject's father had been a' ^f"^, I
a .nit of the Friends of NewJ^JJ,
of a unit of the German-American
ticipant in Nazi Bund /faf bje after Hitler invaded Poland IT" 1
held Nazi membership hlKhidau'
Another case involved a ^^j
were employed in a Federal hoyj ^ J
The husband, a Russian born J^^,,
clerical worker. His >* hirf,l
category. Both receiv^ wnW^^
1954. Each was Immediate l>u.pr ^
The wife said he had been .J
ribbing at the office for ye" ^ ^
sian birth and foreign accent ^
a Communist in jt. he ^ jjt r^
everything. Shadrakh. commu
akh, Abednego."


Lber 30, 1955
+Jewisti nuilnr
Tabernacles Commences With Friday Eve Services
..... 11 .....k MM <..___.. n ....
Page 5 b
ETH SHOLOM will
L)ing services usher
,.it 8'15 ''',l' I'oon
kfecuss G .f(,r
1V mornins services
lartin son of Mr..
f!oI(il)e.% 6146
Kami Howard, ton of
file* Freidin, 1270
Ibecome Bar Mitzvah.
rt [estival will fol-
Samuel Kelemer will
lusicil portions of the
EMANU-EL will hold
services at 6:30.
Him services are at 9.
Lehrman will offi-
nii sermon on the
nance. Cantor Philip
render the musical
he liturgy. Junior serv-
la.m. Services the sec-
[iccoth commence at 9,
Lehrman preaching.
i will be in the chapel
6:15 p.m.
LLO PARK CONGRE-
hold Friday evening
Saturday morning
tjee- are at 9. Rabbi
[will base his sermon
The Message of Suc-
ha will he at 5:30 p.m.
,oth sen ices also eom-
ith the Rabbi preach-
lopic: The Holiday of
[ISRAEL of Miami will
(coin with service! Fri-
iii Rabbi Joseph
officiate Cantor Jacob
kill render the musical
[tit, liturgy. Saturday
ices are .it 11.
ACADEMY will hold
Bin. at 5:45.
rvices are at
I under Gross will
Smith -. rmon on the
d- ol Glory." Second
roth commences with
12'). Subject of the mt-
nth Symbol of Jew-
Services will be
| He. Vkiva Ross and
| I \ iron S. Lauer
Kiddush following.
IPHAEL CONGREGA-
evening
I rdaj morning
f- roth, will
|3U Rabbi Arie Becker
on : ipic: "The
I Prepared-
mud precedes
I I Bible elan
*Mted 6 p.m.. fol-
Shaloa Seu-
nil Mi- Joseph Swartz
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coth services commence at 8:30.
with Rabbi Becker discussing:
Challenge end Promise."
?
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
fiold Friday evening services at
6:13, Sin '^ISffil-*['"""
Snturany mornim* H *:3t>. Harrti.
Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach.on
the topic: "Clouds of Glory." Can-
tor Louis Gartcnhaus will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Second day of Succoth will be
marked with services Sunday morn-
ing at 8:30. Subject of the sermon
is scheduled as: "The Ingathering
of the Spirit."

KNESETH ISRAEL* CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Succoth services
begin Saturday morning at 8:30.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Tishri 14 5:54 pan.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on
the topic: "In the Safety of the
Succah." Cantor Abraham Seif will
officiate and render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Maariv. Sun-
day morning Succoth services also
commence at 8:30. Rabbi Caplan
will discuss: "Humanity is One."
Mincha will be at 5 p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will usher in Sue
coth with services Friday evening
at 8:30. Rabbi Abraham Eferson
will preach on the topic: "The Vis-
ible and the Invisible Cantor Al-
bert Glantz will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Orion Shab-
bat will follow. Scrolls will be
awarded Mrs. Adele Zuckerman
morning Buccoth services are at 9.
v",!l Rabbi Herson discussing:
i be challenge of the Succah "
Sunday services, second das d
Succoth, also commence at 9. with
the sermon scheduled h: "Blue
I'rint tor the Universal Succah."
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica
will officiate and preach on the
topic. "Security in a Hut." Choir
will be under the direction of Lu-
cille Moore. Cantor Maurice Neu
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Succoth services are
Saturday morning at 9. with Rab-
bi Okolica discussing: "How Beau-
tiful are Thy Tents, O Jacob." Sec-
ond day of Succoth commences
with services at 9 a.m. Evening
services are at 7.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 6. First day of Succoth begins
with services Saturday morning at
8:30. Dr. Tibor Stern will preach
on the topic: "Harvest of Life."
Second day of Succoth services are
Sunday at 8:30, with the sermon
scheduled as: "Significance of a
Mechitza." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m.
Saturday morning services marking
the first day of Succoth commence
at 8:30. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "The Meaning of Succoth."
Mincha will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday
morning services marking the sec-
ond day of Succoth begin at 8:30.
with the Rabbi discussing: "The
Fourth Species." Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
t* "# *
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Pridaj evening serv-
Saturday morning at 8:45. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will preach on
the topic: "The' Joys ol Prosper
ity." Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs
Maxwell Marks,_will become Bar
Mitzvah. Second .lay of Succoth
begins with services at 8:45 a.m.
Rabbi Abramowitz will discuss
"\ Dder God's Glory." Cantor Ed-
ward Klein will render the musical
portions of the liturgy at all serv-
ices, v.nh |-;|i Samuels directing
the choir.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will mark Succoth beginning
With services in a 40-foot Succah
Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop will officiate and preach
on the topic: "Why This Sukkah?"
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday
morning services are at 9:45. Can
tor Irving Robinson will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Special program by the children "s
chorus will be under the direction
of Robert Strassburg.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at 8
p.m. Saturday morning services on
the occasion of the first day of
Succoth commence at 8:30. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate,
with Rev. Rudolph Brill rendering
the musical portions of the
urgy. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m. Serv-
ices on Sunday will be at 8:30. Suc-
cah reception will following Fri-
day evening serv u i
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
usher in Succoth with serv ices Fri-
day evening at 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will officiate. Mrs.
Miriam Donnerstag will conduct
the choir. Subject of the sermon Is
scheduled as: "Palms of Victor)
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hani man
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toppell will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in
honor of their sons. Howard Ilant-
man and Kenneth Toppell. who be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services at 9. Subject of
Rabbi Rosenberg's Succoth sermon
is: "Humble Defiance." Mincha will
be at 5 p.m.. when Stephen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen, be-
comes Bar Mitzvah. Second day of
Succoth will commence with serv-
ices Sunday at Rabbi Rosenberg
will preach on the topic: "The
Four Sons of Succoth."
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GLOBAL
Cairo Radio in Warning
On Intensified Blockade
London (WNS) a warning
that it plans Intensifying the eco-
nomic blockade ot Israel was
sounded by th" Cairo Radio In a
broadcast which reiterated Egypt's
: nnn.it kiii to bar the Suei Ca
nal and the Gulf of Akaba.
Tjf^,DlT,G 2000At,end*Day
uflUlv 1 O Services in Moscow
LONDON A report from
IfosCOV. Mid that more than 2,1 XI
jew attended the Roah Ha hona
,,- in the Great Synagogue
here Jewish community leaden
b t u a r |
Uruguay Names Minister
To Israel in New Move
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) Tin Gov- ['"i^Nm"^ .mated that "there are
ernment ol I ruguaj has named Dr |b |(| n,viH capital BOOUl 300.000
Pedro Maria ill Lorena) a- it- fir I ,(,uv (i| w|,m 12.000 are reiiRiou*.
Minister to Israel Although diplo jh matic relations between the t" wnere more than 300.000 Jews Uv-1
countries were established In 1948, (i| h(,,,,..,. ,|. lihilatioa <>f
I Uruguay hat been represented or' Po|jsh jewry, less than I00peraona|
j by a Charge d'Affaires in Israel .it|(., ,,,.,| tne Rosh Haahona -crv-
ices in
ranking member of the I ruguayan tiomng ,..,.,. ,,
Embassy In Home His appoint
WASHINGTON (WNS Eric ., ,..,. gevera| monlhs ftei .M .. ..
Johnston, President Eisenhowers brae] .,.,, Matatiahu Hindes Its Jew Named to Minister S
personal trouble -hooter in the Minister to Monti p0, :n Tunisian Government
Middle East, Was reported on the r0ST m '>,Bn
verge of announcing agreement be- ... D 1 TUNIS fWN Alben t><--,-.
tween the Arab state- on technical Strasbourg University Keveais pr0,,. ,i, ,,i, lawyer, has been
detils of the Jordan Vallej water *__ u-, fLmlm named to ministerial post in the
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11 1 .. I,. .. .. ...... 1 .
Eric Johnston Reported Ready Dr ()l Lorenzo was formerb second
To Reveal Arab Agreement
plan proposed by the 1 S
Plans for New Chair
Lebanese Promise to Halt
Further Acts of Sabotage
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Leba-
nese Government promises that it
will not permit further acts of
. sabotage to be planned or 1.nun lied
by infiltrators from Lebanese ter-
ritory, the l.cbanc-e delegation to .
the Israel I.ebane-e Mixed Arm,- "foment of the chair will aid the
lice Commission informed the com- .development of a corps of profes
mission today. The Arab delega-
tion further accepted full responsi- >
bility for the Government of I
anon for the attack last week on
the settlement of Alma In Upper
Galilee, where two home- and a
barn were blasted by infiltrator-.
1. u autonomous government of
PARIS JTA) A chair for the Tunisia The appointee, president
study ol modern and ancient He- ol the Keren !layc-od of Tunisia.
brew civilisation has been estab was received bj the Bey of Tunis.
lished at the University of Stras- who approved the appointment Be-
bourg, it was announced here The -1- -tern- of an old Jewish family
action by the Ministry for National whose members over the year-
Education came after several have been active in the public life
months ol diSCUSSion between Off! of Tuni-ia
Cials of the Israel EmbaatJ here---------------------------
it 10- The estab Qcfober Deadline Near*
Morn- Gold, president of the
on Of modern Hebrew in this Miami Beach Apartment Associa-
country and the establishment of ""n Wednesday announced that
"",'"] regular Hebrew courses in the high "H -'Partnicnt owners who do not
'schools submit Form 100 Amended listing
llya Ehrenberg Advocates
Russification of Soviet Jews
Well Known Jewish Merchant
Is Assassinated in Casablanca
l VSABLANCA (JTA) Levy
Perez, well known Jewish business
maximum rates with the Florida
Hotel and Restaurant Commiion
by Oct 1 and who do not post
maximum rates in each apartment
until, will be subject to a maxi-
mum of $500 fine or six months
imprisonment.
By Police on Rosh Hashona
Dr. Wolfson to Speak
Third lecture in a series on The
Pursuit of Happiness" will be civ-
et. Dr Wolfson is author of "The
Road to Health and Happier liv-
ing" and "Live a 100 Year- Hap
pily "
GENEVA (WNS) llya Ehren-
berg, Russian author and wartime
president ol the Jewish Anti-Pas-
cist Committee in Moscow, told
new-men here a- he arrived for
man. was assassinated here last ,h(' Conference ol European Intel-
week Recently, he reported to l<' police that he had received death tioniet, an anti-Zionist and that hejen b>' Dr Abraham Wolfson Bun-
threats because of his alleged con- ,avor,(l Russification of Soviet day evening, at the Spinoza Out-
tinued dealings with boycotted ,('wr> Ehrenberg told the new- r Forum. Ith st. and Ocean
French firms men hers 1 don't know Ylddlab
---------.-----------------_ and I am for the Ru-sitication of
r r tt Soviet Jewry," but It la a well-
iyn igogues in Cairo Guarded known fact that he speak- Yiddish
fluently Aaked to comment on Is-
rael, Ehrenberg said the Jewish
NEW YORK (JTA Some 15.000 ^t^'0 "leeks an independent point
0 Jews celebrated the Rosh "' V1,'w "", a ;| plaything in the
holidays in ":* ies hands ol the Big Power-." adding
ro, the New York Times re "1;'' |vr;|(i 1- a factor arous
ported from the Egyptiai 1 1 1 conflict in the Middle East."
The Time- rep I----------------------------------
jn the air, caused bj the Schechtman Elected President
n-Israel it l | : thai 'Hiwni
< h (t Rabbi Haim Nal 5tat- Of National Youth Conference
the Jews ot Egypt the v' ?R1 ,Kla ls N ^ WNSl -The
new year "with iptimism V gov N*UonaJ Jewish Youth Conference,
ment representative attended 2J80red ,,y ""' N-,,l"l,;'1 Jewish
Welfare Hoard, concluded its
il assembly with the
election ol Sue Schechtman of
services in the Great Synai
as a mark ol the
ment's respect for the Ji wish co
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Brazilicn Cardinal Assures
He is Not Anti-Semitic
DIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) Carlos
Carmelo Cardinal V Mot
ta, ot Sao Paulo. Brazil, has issued
a statement as ,-,.i,
hat he feel- "no animosity to-
wards the Jew-- and that "the
divergencies in our doctrines
no obstacle to the communion of
interestawe have in other sectors "
The leader of the Catholic Church
made this statement in an Inter-
View with Aron Neumann, edit >r
and publisher of Aonde Vamot 1
Portuguese-language Jewish week-
lj- publication, in a move to alia.,
fears provoked among the Brazil-
Ian Jews by one of In- pastoral
letters, in which he stated that
the number 01 Jew- ,,, Brazil "is
constantly increasing" and that
'they insinuate themselves in ill
universities aa teachers and stu-
dents "
Scranton, Pa to the presidency
and the adoption of a number 04
resolutions Held at the adjacent
' < Iwin Camps, the assembly wa-
attended bj 12s .1,1, ;ates and 0b
servers from 3S ciUea in 15 at
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to Boating to Dobostorte A Day in Syd Stanley's Life
L Beach orchestra leader,
Eiinu tenor of the North
Irish Center choir, plans
he boatbuilding business
brder to fill some of his
idsome musician is Syd
Egge orchestra ha- beta
nightly at the Nautilus
[the past few '
came to Miami Beach
[.,,,, irom New Vork City.
I is wife, Lotti, and
Idron Previously, he had
CBS and NBC shows
tiled throughout South
and the West Indies on
pin.
[back in 1928 that I start-
I" Stanley explains. "That
[P nxophone, flute and
n used to come through
lequently."
wife Lotti married 16
V The story of how they
(nil their permanent home
lid complicated, but it is
after the experience of
blher local residents: "Wc
i much here, that we de-
fctay"
Bren. there are fiveDen-
llas. Kenneth. Joan and
was Dennis' Bar Mitz-
Jie North Shore Jewish
feat launched" Stanley's
leading tenor of the
eopie mumble the tradi-
(ssing when they are call-
Jthe Holy Arc. but I sang
|re.-t is simple. ." Actual-
is no new-comer to litur-
. busy day
gical music. As a northerner, he
appeared for two years in the choir
of one of the largest synagogues of
Baltimore "an all professional
group."
Lotti is Viennese. Her father,
Max Delfiner, divides his time be-
tween Paris and Philadelphia to-
gether with his wife, Eva. Forty
years ago, he established a silk
mill in the hot desert of what was
then Palestine. Today, that mill,
still operating full force, stands
right in the center of Tel Aviv.

t
Sfuarf IVinsfon
Rfon to Chair
Inlng Council
[Winston a judge with the
each Boxing Commission
Indent of the Bell Paper
[Of Miami Beach, has been
chairman of the Town
Planning Council of the
J Miami Jewish Community
lit was announced by Mrs.
pirkin. president
tpost. he will be rcsponsi-
jthe coordination of the
(Program and administra-
tes which carry on a
|Md recreational program
and adults at the Cen-
Ping at 45(1 s\V 16th ave.
[active in community af-
Greater Miami, Winston
(Won the GMJCC board of
and executive committee
Jjously on the Beach YM
He was formerly coach
wh v basketball team,
*- an outgrowth of his
f" "' interest in athletic
I hi- eollege days, he play-
*' varMn basketball team
U"der'Nat Hlman W.ns-
^ember of the Miami
Optima Club, Amer-
?" and jewigh w y
J World War II, ho
ZSu\ f'Cer ln the Navy,
firesides at 201 SW
Home Residents
Take Cruise
Forty residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged v/efe guests;
of the Gray Line Boat Company on
an excursion last week, according j
to Abe Kurman, Home president. J
Daniel M. Broad, a pioneer
founder of the Home and well-
known figure in Jewish affairs,
! presided as masters of ceremonies.
Accompanying the residents were
some 50 members of the Ladies
Auxiliary unit headed by Mrs. Mol-
lie Silverman. president.
Refreshments were provided
free of charge by Wolfie's and
Pumpernik's restaurants, and Mrs.
Leah Udell provided soft drinks.
IA musical program directed by
Mrs. Frances Makovsky was pre-
sented on the deck of the cruise
I boat. Participating in the program
I were Mrs. Ida Appeal, honorary
; president of the Ladies' Auxiliary,
Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs.
Udell.
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lie II be 70 next year.-Stanley
explain-, "and an o;;;Cial celebra-
tion is planned in Tel Aviv at that
time. My father-in-law has invited
the seven of us to be his guests in
Israel.'
Tim energetic orchestra leader
says that Delfiner is "one of the
most fabulous figures. Lotti'a fa-
ther was finance minister of Aus-
tria before World War I and to-
day ownsin addition to his silk
mill ln Israel-Hertzmanskv'- of
,Vienna, the largest department
store in Europe; a bank in Paris;
and asbestos manufacturing corpor-
ations in Pennsylvania."
| .There are also textile mills in
I Vienna "as well as other ventures."
The tale of Lotti's escape from
the Nazis during Anschluss is hair-
raising, replete with over-looked
passports. "It seems she and her
brother. Henrythe first boy ever
to be Bar Mitzvah in Tel Aviv and
today living out Westwere to be
used as hostages to force the ex-
change of all Delfiner industries
j into German hands. A guard's fail-
ure to examine their passports
! carefully at the border permitted
Lotti and Henry to escape."
Today. Lotti devotes her spare
time to baking. Her specialty is Do-
bostorte. a nine layer cake "that is
the apple of TV star Larry Storch's
eye. Everytime he's in Miami. Lar-
ry visits usand the Dobostorte."
Lotti. incidentally, makes all of
Chary's famed Dobostorte desert.
"It brings back some of the mem-
ories of old Vienna and the days
the Delfiner home was frequent
host to Sigmund Freud, Chaim
Nachman Bialik and others."
The boat-building project is a
separate tale, Stanley explains. "I
am a member of the Miami Yacht
Club. Our children are also 'vet-
eran' sailors. There's this Swede.
Tom Murphy, and we've decided to
build 18-foot hulls for outboards."
Apparently, his nightly stint at
the Nautilus and his work with the
North Shore Jewish Center choir
are not enough to complete Stan-
ley's day even if it would be a rig-
orous enough program for most
other men.
Women's Council
Plans Member
Teas Friday
Council of Jewish Women. Great-
er Miami Section, will hold their
annual membership teas on Friday.
Miami Division's tea will be at 1
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernard
Goodman, 42 Bay Heights dr.
Miami Beach Division tea will be
at 1:30 p.m. in the Florentine room
of the San Marino hotci.
Council's membership co tprises
more than l.ooo women, and each
year at the membership tea. about
150 new members tiled
Both Divisions Of Council are
sponsoring con'.e ihi '.car. la
Miami a prize will be offered to
the member bringing in the most
new men,1; rs, ..id Mrs. Richard
Goldin. membership chairman. On
the Beach. Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins announced that a prize will
be given to the person bringing in
the most new paid-up members by
Jan. 1.
Program on the Beach, according
to Mrs. Howard Grove, president,
will be on "What Council Can
Mean to New Members." as well as
vocal selections by Mrs. Nat Beck-
man, soprano. In Miami, the pro-
gram will be a welcome to new
members based on the theme. "See
It Now," Mrs. Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent, revealed.
Membership tea committee con-
sists of Mrs. Donald Rubin. Mrs.
John Porte, Mrs. Harry Orleans.
Mrs. Harry August and Mrs. Ed-
mond Gamse. Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man is president of Greater Miami
Section, Council of Jewish Women.
Two Local Leaders
Named to Committee
Stanley C. Myers and Harold
jThurman, of Coral Gables, have
j been appointed to membership in
i the program committee planning
the 24th CJFWF general assembly,
j it was announced Wednesdav bj
Julian Freeman, Indianapolis, pres-
ident. The Assembly is set for Nov.
10 to 13. at the Conrad Hilton hotel
in Chicago.
Irving Kane, Cleveland, is chair-
man of the program committee,
and Mrs. Erwin Schwarz. New
York, is co-chairman. Togethei
with i representative group of 47
l' i !i communal leaders drawn
! from 35 communities throughout
the United States and Canada. M>-
1 era and Thurman are shaping a pro-
'gram which will reflect the major
; concerns of the organized Jewish
communities.
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and Nathan Winokur, presidents
of the Sisterhood and Center, act-
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PniU fhrktian
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Three Added to Staff at Community Local Woman Will
Center as Local Programs Expand Participate in B'nat
..... I..... ioini.il! Miirinc I he I>:i-I -UMl'i R'pitll I^Qn !/*#J TI AH
iskenaii
and Physical
Three newcomers have joined
the professional staff ol the Greal
er Miami Jewish Community Cen
icr this month, ii was announced
by Efraim H. Gate, executive direc-
tor.
Arnold Piskin h;i> been appoint-
ed as the n e w
Beach Branch
i u p e rvisor. He
comes to Miami
Beach from Read-
ing, Pa., where
he was director
jof activities for
jthe past two
years with t h e
I Jewish com mu-
jnitj center Prior
to that, he was di-
rector of Health
Education for the
Jewish community center in Atlan-
ta, t!a.. and also director of th;it
YMHA, and the Irvington. N.J..
Jewish (enter.
center'- ovcrnignt camp and day
camp.
Piskin is a graduate of the New
York School "I Social Work, where.
he received his Blasters degree in'
oup work \ veteran ol World
War II. Piskin was a pilot in the -"
Army Air Corp- He ha- taughl in
the New York City school system|
i'mi has also had mans years ol
kd< riences In group work
i i camping.
He and his wife, Hannah,
their babj daughter, Brei da n
:\\ moved to the Miami ai
GMJCC has added to its

E<:kei He will
rvision ol lea

the N rth
ich
Beal
two years, he was supervisor ol the
ommunit: '< r He has
with the '
nal Alliance, the Easl Bi
During the past summer,
nazi served as head counselor at
Camp BroiH House, and has had Mi.n M|lk ,, >,,.,,.,- tSM sw
years ol eanpfen and scouting ex ^ { M|,ini| w|(, fly NraeI
perience. ,,., Nl. Vurk Sunday, Od 2. to
\ graduate ol D NY, be receiv- (;ik(> p;ir( |n |np (l(.,i1(..,,ll,ll ,lf ,he
receiv-
: ed his Hasten d<. ree in social
group work from the University oi
Pennsylvania A member oi the
i American Association ol Group
workers and the National Associa
(ion ol Jewish Center Workers he
was also active!] engaged in the
organization of the National Jew-
ish Youth Conference
The Youth Program al the Town
Branch will he beaded up this year
b) Esther Tilchin She came to this
post as youth activities supervisor
from New Jersey, which is her
home state a graduate of Fair-
leigh Dickinson College, she maj-
ored in psycholog) and education
For the past several years, Miss
part
new 1290,000 B'nai B'rith Chil-
dren's Home in .Icnis.ilein
The Home, only puhlic institu-
tion m Israel for mentally disturb-
ed children, was built and is sup
ported b) the B'nai B'rith Women
Of America
Mrs Meyer will make a 17 da\
tour of Israel, visiting Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem, Haifa and B'nai B'rith
Colonies there.
The tour sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith W omen's Supreme Council,
top governing body of 125.000
American B nai B'rith women, will
include specially arranged meet-
ings with leading government and
V-ffi

Tilchin has been a youth worker at n,|s f rCv Thc B.naj B-nlh
the Kiigelwoo.l Jewish (ommumty ,, ,, ... .
Center She conducted a variety Of "sellers will meet with Israel |
president. Isaac Ben-Zvi. and Ed-1
different activities with children
and teen agen She has also had ward Law son. American Ambassa
dav ramp experience and wai I
Sundav School teacher al the I'ater-
YMHA for a number of years
dor to Israel
Mrs Meyer will then continue on
to Italy and Prance
Leonard Tobin (left), Leo Steinman (seated), past
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and Jack WilsonTtriojd
the Lodge, are shown planning the annual picnic <
Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held at Crandon Peak!
Oct. 9. Some 300 persons will attend.
Miss lilehin
Piskin
Dunes Announces
Two Appointments
Tw hi Dm:. inc
'In- week With thl
Mann) Azofl .. vice
' and Harold Hirscblield
asurer The corpor
ation is the open : for
the I.500.000 Miami Beach
n i it the Dunes
r "i the Sands ho
tel Azof! has been a Miami i
resident [or -even years and oper
ated various bu ii nterpi ises
m PI ;,,.,
Azoff attended the University oi
Pennsylvania and was gradu
from the i niversitj oi Miami with
degrees in education and science
He also taughl botany at the uni-
versity and local public schools
A Mason and member ol Un-
American Legion. V!-w and lei
Emanu El, Azoff lives with hi-
wife and son al 1420 Marseille dr
HJrschfield has lived in Surfside
for three years and Was branch
manager for the Holland Furnace
Co. and president of a Cleveland
automobile agency. He is now ,
the investment business and is a
director of several Israel flrn
A charter member of the Surf
side Masonic lodge, Hirschfiold is
a member of both local junior and
senior chambers ol commerce.
He also is on the board of trus-
tee* of Temple Emanu-El and a
member of the Northside Jewish
Center and B'nai B'rith. Hlrsch-
field lives with his wife and three
children at 9040 Bay dr.
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ptember 30, 1955
2jewi^nor8dliiair
East Threat Poses Problems as UN Assembly Opens
Page 9 b
By SAUL CARSON
UNITED NATIONS
tenth session of the General Assembly
here tFii- monthon Sept. 20Israel-
itjons, the tensions in the Middle East, the
area poses to the entire United Nations
are in sharper focus than ever before.
,'kf for taking "the Palestine Question" out
nacy's bark room. Riving it instead a place
ighi glare of consideration as an immediate,
iroblemthanks for that feat to Secretary
John Foster Dulles. On that point, all here
ir^t through his speech before the Council
n Relations in New York, next through a
.iferenee statement in Washington a few
(T. Mr. Dulles gave notice to the United Na-
jd to the world at large, that the United
at last has framed a Middle East policy
. not ignore Israel; (b) is ready and willing,
the United Nations, to do something to im--
that policy.
r. when it comes to close examination of
Dulles policy on the Middle Eastthere is
ity-
itancc. Mr Dulles talks about straightening
ib borders, as a prerequisite to peace be-
Jewish State and its neighbors. He implies
.. side may have to give up something for
of carrying out the task "of drawing per-
boundano." It is not clear here what such
may mean. Certainly, the Arab states will
itory to Israel. Is Israel, then, to be told she
up part of her present cramped land?
peaks <>f certain areas that( as it seems
[bit' mere "sentimental" valueand there-
uld be easily subject to "adjustment." Does
perh;ii-. certain parts of Israel's Negev,
il- lection of Galilee in the north?
... -i' ks ol certain areas that, as it scorns
tainlj Israel would like to have such
lee But which i> to conic tinti treaty
I's security, or peace with the Arab
States Secretary ol state bj am-
here. Nowhere in Ins various statement -
icknow!. Iged the fact that the Arab state*
\A repeated!) they simply will not allow
themselves t make peace with Israel ft is necessarv
for Israel therefore, to have that security guarante
first, as diplomats here know very well. KUaramee
Mr. Dulles' concern with the plight of the Arah
refugees ,s understandable. Secretary* eneral Dae
Dul?e sLak/of ,rh.Umwd,Nati0ns And when Mr
o Israel th-lJh f^ fr *" intern^l loan
oL.hi P the latter comPnsate Arab refu-
gees he is giving support to a plan Israel itself had
mentIoned m (he UnUed ^.^ MHlad
romnn r agrCe t0- r**Me sum for refugee
compensation-or will their whirling tactics keep
;;e;'c.'V0 fantastic heights? So SS
caders had already mentioned sums running well
into a billion dollars.
hoLheR fe J"ly SOme of the ***** being asked
here. But underneath all the doubts lies the para-
mount worry-that the Arab'states, led by drum-
Sng,nfPt' rLam.n PeaCe at al1 and ant- '"-
troubiesomkeeeP "* M'dd'e EaSt tenSi"S taut and
In true diplomatic style. Mr. Dulles directs his
appeal for a solution of the major Middle East prob-
lems to each side. The fact is, however, that one
of the sidesIsraelhas repeatedly demanded that
the armistice agreements with the Arab states be
considered as first steps that must, inevitably lead
to peace agreements. Not one of the Arab states
has as yet. accepted that thesis. All insist that a
state of war exists and that such a state must con-
tinue to exist. Will the United States at the next
General Assembly be willing to make it clear that
each side must accept the will to peace as a basis
toward further progress?
There are still other problems, questions, puzzle-
ments. Mr. Dulles' statements have not provided the
answers, and clear expressions will be called for
But the fact that the United States has finally ac-
knowledged Israel's need for security guarantees is
of great importance. It is well known here that for
18 months. Israel's Ambassador to Washington. Abba
S hban. has been insisting on such acknowledgment
Mr hban had spoken during that year and a half
with every major U.S. policymaker or adviser in
Washington. He had had eight conversations on the
general subject with Mr Dulles himself Now (
last, those urging! have come to the public light
And that \a helpful How much further the United
States is willing to gothat remains to be seen
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educator and former director of
the Philadelphia and Detroit Jew-
ish Federations.
Among the problems which will
,be considered by AJC's national
Domestic Affairs Committee will
include organized anti-Semiti m.
the threat of communism and other
forms of totalitarianism, immigra-
tion, intergroup education and gen-
eral matters Involving the defense
and promotion of democratic in-
stitutions.
The first meeting of the newly
appointed committee will be held
in New York City Oct. 23 during
AJC's national executive board
meeting.
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Food Fair Stores, one of the na
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The purchase ol the large traci
land, CO' >ver 113,000
i si P< tersburg, will
itial entrance ol the
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la on both the East and W( il
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The establishment ol ili<' F.....I
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bring one <>f the largest ip rmar
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i
i years. I
Lions Clubs Launch
Local Bulb Drive
Friday,
men lurZJ
M n eye ^
Bulfchli^
"sc|ubsar
!';t.rclub;Dr
Uamben of the 18 Dada Counts Edlon' (S^**
Uona c||,s will set out to sell at U ah Miami s *!
leael 350.000 light bolba m 10 days, r.uire, \ihT*
beginning October 6. to raise furwl
for their community
welfare program
service an<
""a: Monroe ft
George '
W K. (iardner. general chairman V'TT *'""
of the bulb sale for the combined .7"''' ** Dade-
clubs, said the event is being rta :,ilh Mark |
ad for the second Hippo*! ,''" Bob Ridd^.,
by this areas Lions and is bein *,>' "hcn' Key 'pj
made possible by a national light .."V"' Do*nt
bulb manufacturerSvlvania lc lc' South W
Burns, (;|Hcn
' WY want to emphasi/e thai ------------_
bulbs will be offered for tale al Jamam fL.
regular prices, We wont be a4 u",u'o vnapfjf
lag resid.-nts to ':ivc anything I m 'Fontainebleou H
only ^toek up on bulb-, tl n
Uona," Gardner explained ramara chapter d
He said a double post car I ;,|a roomonkT1
which also will serve as an ordei (.,. tn.
blank will go out to 250.000 D
I County bOBM and buaineaa houses
In addition, many clubs plan ,
RJU Installed preal tu-|....r >..licit;itiun and other
the Miami Beach I'r.u of
'.Ionian, who diy^J
Aspects of Child P.TfrJ
president
i am.
Junior Ilada sah al a recent meet-
ing in the Town Branch of the
1 red in thi I ( enter
Jewish Community I ing to better this through mon
rial plans were dug
thaniS10.8O0la:t>,,,randare...... ^ \ ^^
Gardner said club- raised n
rhe 1 l
f Ou
nn Womei D
Mrs Samui 1 S

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Mrs Leon i- i ship
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memb
Mrs Bernhardl Chesman, organ-
ization ami extension chairmai
the Southeastern branch ol the
' al u mnen's League of the
i nited Sj n ol Ami rica, was
speaker Mrs William Dick-
son w.i program chairman.
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lr> Becker
lomplete community coverage thi-
i nIn r nstalled include year.
first vice presl .. 4W ,,
Much of the money raised will H"
toward sight saving, sight conserva
lion and aid to the blind Club-
1. with Mr> Imaj
chairman.
Iman, second
) G ilin, third
sident.
AJCcngress Chapter I
Miami chapter of the j
urerjTaube ",:"",a,n fun,N '" *y held its
[or eye examinations for the no -.dN0P, j
llita
respond) i retary;
Iman, chaplain
Pro included musical nunv
bers bj Elise Katzman with Rosa-
lind Grippo accompanying and is
folk danci presented by
Phyllis Doshaj and Sand) Fn
president >>i the Miami I'mt
and to pay for eye surgery for tin the Garden reMaurat
needy Many ha\c bun. lit tell was Hn Loasl
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI gEACH
Phone JE 1 3595
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UNDER FICT.1IOUS
,nfc.AYWO.VKN thi.
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k UNDER FICTITIOUS
' NAME LAW
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r name ol
I ; CollIlM
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ill Court of
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toL'NTY JUDGES COURT
for dade county.
IN PROCATE. No 36233-A
Statk <>i
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,ICE TO CREDITORS
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Agalnst Siiii
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17*0 Coral w )
/B3-tO :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAM LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN thai
the undersigned, rieslrlni
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^"n;i: IH HEREBY OIVHW that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnen under the fictitious name of
AMI v KiXTlNi; BERVICE, at H
Hh Street, Intend*
Sole i i" i
K CSSI.EH H OAKS
for Applicant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
l.v. W, Hauler .-I. NAME LAW
'" "___________NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN I
not,ce N,^rLAt^T,T,ou8 .rSS
KOTlbCB iffJffi^OIVWl thai l^&^&JSSfVFSSE
the undersigned, desiring to engage In laid name with the Clerk "f the Cli
business under the rictltloun name "t cull Court of Dade Count) Florida
INI.LSTR1AL, illCbTRATIONS, NATHAN DAVIS ownei
:,17 l_niKi.ini Building. Miami, Hoi da, DAVID DRL'CKER
Intend to register Mid name with the Attoape) for Nathan !>
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc 7-i-_-30
County, Florida
HUMBERT P. KIEBEMST
owner hii'I
CECIL c BCHOL'LiTZ
r> ner
MAIU.i'W. BINNAMON
AND MARIjOW
L_tngford Building
.Miami :... Florida
! n-Wt 10/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREfnr OIVEN that
the uwderslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
METROPOLITAN TRANSFER, at
IHOO S YV 7th AVI Miami. Kin dl
intend i" reglati ild name uith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade ",| file tin- same In their offlcei In
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35624-B
In R< l st VTE IF
OSCAR DEI.KIN. .,1s,, known as
SHAYA DELFIN, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
'laln oi I lemanda Against Bald
Estate
You, and each of yon are hereby
notified and required to present an)
I and demands which yon, or
either of you, mas have against the
estate of OSCAR DELFIN, a/k/a
SHAYA DELFIN, deceased late of
Dade County, Florida, t" the Honor-
able Count) Judge* of Dade County,
[ 3GES COURT
FOR UADE COUNTY.
E No 36171-B
.
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TlCE TO CREDITORS
lla<
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11 ; !l \ ..II, or !
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I :i. i' mii.ar, form.
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He ol Hade
II Honorable
| nty, and
in the
1 i'.oi.- County,
Mi : months
publ
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i nbate Act.
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IMtEPN U SMi.Alt
Admlnlm .,-,. of the
lABELI.E n POLAR,
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JABEI, ll k vvv. tnd
>A iki.i.i: K YYV.. u,
l> AM. PRIRD
MERT S Ml Mil;.,
Jtw Admlnixti ,i toi (' T A.
f1" Road, Miami Beach, Ma.
it
Countv, Florida
_ Wil.i I \.M 'I II' lEHM
BAMl'EI. M DEt'TSCH
SAMI i ;. TRIMBLE
flEi IROE I. KNlfiHT
Mtornej fi I
I not s... in ii i ituig Mil
.it
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
V -;i\i:n thai

i. ndi
ml. nd to
the ("In
EDWARD N CAVERT
1111.1 i i: i \
HARVEY i;
Attorn
.11
NOTICE UNDETt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
the nml. ralgned, di z<- In
nder the I
I EW FASHIONS OF MIAMI BEACH
and l.'iriS REINSTEIN I-II1S. in-
i, i.,i to : aid name with the
Clerk of ih.> Circuit Court of I l<
County, Florida
MHMS REINSTEIN
GEORGE I I" A I.I WdlK
Attorn) for Applli
I 16-23-80 l" 7
the Counts Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within elghl calendai
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Bald claims or
demai I intaln the legal ad
of thi i-u ..I n to
and | nresald, oi
lll l Bee B<
the I94S Probate Acl
\ ll. A.D.
HERBERT S. SHAPIRO
R( iBERT 1. Ai'lH IR
a Adm
i VR UK
.-. k :. SHAYA DEIJ
i '
1RO and i RIED
itom
i
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I NAME LAW
P- l> HEREBY <;IVEN that
r;*..-.i. ; ring ... engage In
b"1"1".' Hi. Ii. tltloua name of
P M I'I'I.Y COMPANY, at
I Intendi lo reg-
nam.. w|,h ,h). ,.,erk )>f
'i Coun of Had,- Coutrty,
OEORCIK It'.SKNPIKl.D
EFRl i\>. ,\;
L' Applieanl
l lUdf
F^N O ER FICTITIOUT
L. NAME LAW
Fc'i1"' "''
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PAN HARPER. INC
1 R -VN BCRKE, .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 181.918
JA*K QREENSVOON and
HARRIET 0REENBPOON, his wife.
PkUntifta,
vs.
ROBERT M WILSON, et uls.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ROBERT M. 'WILSON, a single
man, and. If married,
WILSON, his wife, secreting
himself within the Slate of Flor-
ida from service of proosas. last
known residence and address
7336 B.W. 21st Street. Miami.
Y<.ll"rARK IIKKKBY MOTTFIBD
that a suit has been brought against
you lo foreclose a mortgage held by
the Plaintiffs on the following de-
scribed property:
1>,I .,!., Block "H of CORAL
TERRACE, a subdivision of pan
of the S'/, of the 8% of Section 2,
Township '.4 South. Range 40 East,
as per the recorded Plat thereor,
recorded in Plat Hook 14. at page
B7. of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida: together with the
ImorovementH thereon situate.
In which you claim an Interest. nn vou are required to serve a copy or
your answer or other pleadings "I""1
HENRY M. CAIN. Attorney for
Plalntlffa, M West Magier Btreet,
Miainl. Florida, on or before the ltn
dav of October, l5, and file the
original of same with the I lerk or
Ul* ( Ir.-ult Court on or before such
date, otherwise the suit will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Dade Count).
Florida this 7th day of September,
i: B. LCATHERMAN,
i Mei k. Circuit Court
By M c OREEN,
Deputy Clerk
/t-l.tl-M
ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M A I
MARION C McCUNE, M A I
NRs i 11 i)ii< \i \n ii di\(,
MIAMI
i Mablithi d i"i i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183318
I.. ICI8E i H.M i I k .i
I.' It'lBE OLMSTEA1 and
ii L.ES FIEI'.MAN. Plalntlffa,
CARL P ZWIRNER, not known to
i alive; and the unknow n
spouse, hell s, de> Isi es, legal
'it.ns or other parties
nlng by, through "i under
CARL P. ZWIRNER,
..mi .ill p< rsons lalmlng an. estate,
right, tit!..... Interest In oi
up..n the real propert) herein de-
., ,i. ,.i mi part thareofj which
i- located In Dane County, Florida:
Ti.it iv in Section II, Township
:,j South. Range 10 Bast, according
t i Vi.it of the Florida Fruit Lands
Company, recorded in Plat Book I,
Page 17 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, Defendanta,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO CARL I' ZWIRNER, no! known
to be dead Or alue. ind t lie un-
known spouse, heirs, devisees,
legatees, grantees, creditors ot
other parlies claiming by.
through or under CARL P.
EWIRNER, ADDRE88:
UNKNOWN
and all persons claiming any es-
t.ite. right, title or interest in, or
ll,n upon tile real property herein
described, or any part thereof.
which is located In Dade County.
State of Florida;
Tract 4H. in Section 11. Township
M South. Range 40 East, accord-
ing to Plat of the Florida Fruit
Lands Company, recorded in Plat
Book '-', Page 17 of the Public
Record! of Dade County. Florida.
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint To guiet Title has been
tiled against you, and you nre hereby
required to serve copy of your An-
swer to the Complaint on Plaintiff's
Alt. .rnev s. Genet & Genet, 240 Uncoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original Answer in the office of the
clerk of the ChM* of the Circuit Court,
on or before the 24th day of October.
iv.,-. in default of which the allega-
tions of said Complaint will be taken
i. ..nfessed against you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this IttB
ii.iv of September, IMS.
E B. I.EATHEItMAN.
Clerk "f the CirculuCourt
By: It. H RICE. TR.
,s,.ai I'.initv Clerk
C1ENET .v OENET .
Attoi neys for plaintiffs
il'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10 10 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\, rTICE IS HEREBY lil\ KN thai
ii,.'. undet ill '" i '!' "hi"" to eng ige In
Itlous n...... ot
I II \l VRT at '. N M '"i Aveiin.'.
,. Intends lo >
, with |hi f 'he li-
' of Dad.....in". I
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^
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183244
'"-Mi \ 7. HTADLAN, Plaintiff,
JOHN cicc.vitiEi.i.o. |W, iniowii
IOH.N CHICARELLI, and
ANGELA CICCARIBLLO, also
known as w.;i-;i..\ i inc\ kki.i.i,
fe; HENRY AARON; and
JOHN i'.\|;|'|TA nml MKS. JOHN
' AIH'ITV lnv v.if.-. Defend.nils
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT.FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: JOHN CICCARIBLLO, also
known n- lii||\ CHICARELLI,
and ANGELA CICCARIBLLO,
also known as ANGELA CHIC-
ARELLI, M- wife
102 \\ i-:. i Street. |( H
Highland Park, New lei
You, JoHN CICCARIBLLO, also
known a* JOHN CHICARELLI an I
ANGELA CICCARIBLLO, also known
a- ANGELA CHICARELLI, his wife,
are hereb) notified that ;i Complaint
foi Foreclosun "t Ma
follow Ing lie-, i ii., ,1 proper!
in.i being in h;i.i, County, Flor-
ida, tO wn
Lota 21 and 22 of PARADISE
PAH K'.......'ding to the plat
thereoi ri......led In I'lat Book 18
at p of the Publli Re. "i ds
of 1 lade (fount). Florid.,.
be. n filed .'u.i Inal > ou and you
are required lo serve copy < Answer 1.1 Pleading t.. the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
GEORGE CHERTKOF, 607 Olympla
Building, Miami 22, Florida, and file
the original Answer "i Pleading in the
offh e of the Clerk of the Cln uTt court
on or before th, 21sl da) of Ocl
' if you fall to do so, judgment
b) default will be taken agalnsl
for tin- nli.f den the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEM ISM I I.iiRIM AN
DONE ANIi ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tin- Itth day of Beptember,
A D 1935.
K R L.EATHERMAN,
i lerk, i 'in nit Court.
I lade i '.iint v. Florida
B) R. M HAWKINS
(i i lit Court s.ai i leputy Clerk
GEORGE CHERTKt IF
At tome) foi Plaintiff
807 i ling
Ml iml t:. Florida
: i I" 7-1 I
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
business under the fictitious name of
AUTOMATIC cas CO., at 13090 N W.
Till Av.i....., Miami ;,n. and I'l.ai N B.
Ives Dairy Road, Dude Counts. In-
tends to i. aid uafe with the
"lerk ot the Circuit court of Dade
County, Florida
CAS SKKViei: CORPORATION
A Florida Curp; ,
MYERS, HE1MAN \ KAPLAN
att.,i n.\.- fur Applicant
rt.-.ii Keybold Bldg.
' 16-23-20 10/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaj
business undei the flctlUoas name of
STAB COATED FABRICS COM-
PANY, at 209 N vv |th St., Intendi I i
ihI name with the Clerk of
the Chcuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WALTER 8CHAFFER
-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
MIAMI ROSEBUD, at 1721 W. Flaglet
Street, intends to register said i
with the Clerk of the ClrcfcM Court of
('..untv. Floi id.i
NATALIE l.Ai'Fi'.i:

APPRAISAL REPORTS
As Recommended by
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Jules Pearlman, Realtor
Phone 9-3619
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANC
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 182836.
BERTHA WEISSMAN VND
WEISSMAN, '
I a iDDBII >GE, RICH/
HOUHEWi IRTII, BEN \ MIN i
l:n X*.K, M VXINE Ml m IRE,
IE R \MKV,
THOMAS .\ ANN \ I EMMl -vs.
MRS MAMIE SPAIIR. CARRIE
MICHAEL, AGNES I 'I d HUDt I
THELMA M VYBER IS I. I..
BEELER, HAZ l. EEK -. ::'!' AL,
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i a bov< defei dants and their un-
known heirs, devisees, legatees or
ami an) .ind all i"
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Page 127, of t be Public Re ord of
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unknown JTou are notified thai
has been brought against you by Ber-
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to th.- above described property You
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answer to the complaint in said
on the plaintiffs attorney, Howard
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in the Office "f the Clerk of tin
cult Court ..f the Eleventh Judicial
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10th day of Oct., 19"'".. otherwise the
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NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
Flouting of civil liberties in the Unitod Slates at an alarming rata j
was disclosed last week by Dr. Robert M. Hotchim, president of the
Fund for the Republic, a Ford Foundation enterprise. "Although
in some particulars the atmosphere is better than it was five yean igo,
the misunderstanding of civil liberties, the indifference o them, and
the violations of them, are still such as to give cause for alarm," It
llutchins reported A semi-confidential "First National Directory of
'Rightist' Groups, Publications and Some Individuals," containing the
names of some 500 "Rightist' organization-, and ;mti Semitic propa
ganda machine.-, has made its appearance on the Wesl Coul Hie pub-
lication Is sponsored by Liberty and Property, i San'Prancisco agency
headed bv Willis A. Carto. .
Prof. Nestor E. Korol, an emigre Russian agricultural specialist
now in Washington, D.C., has charged that Vladimir M. Matskewich,
ing Soviet Agriculture Minister who headed the Russian group's
recent "tour-survey" of the United States, was once with the Soviet
Secret Police within the agricultural section. Meanwhile news reach
ng Washington discloses that Matskewich's breadcasl over the Vi
i America was lammed by his compatriots m Rua "Voic<
hopeful thai this one broadcasl would not be '-*wis '
Slrauss, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, returning from
the Geneva Conference on the Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy, reported
that the United States is "clearly ahead" of the Soviet Union in develop-
ment of atomic power. .
Ih, current issue ol the anti-Semitic publication Dftttiny, ;
-!i,,| in Haverhill, Mass., carries an article highly praising Lessing J.
Rosenwald. We are indebted to Mr Ro heat
' bs at Zi i which
Wril U current i
Rabbi oseph 8ha!em Sfcubcw l Botton txpreetes great
concern over tiie split in American Zionist ranks. It S*
aj -. "thai now at i i > i our greatest triumph and the i
i the Zi nisi ideologj we should be cot rented
sible cleavage if ension In our his) Yemeni
Gen. Lewis 13. Hershey director of the Selective Service System,
informed the JWB's i i 'ion on Jewish Chaplaincj thai he nas
ti ucted all local >'- to give favorable i
Is bj Jewish r. for postpoi their physical exi
or in iction into thi Arm< d Foi til aft Ha.-I
n Kippur and Succoth, it su< h < xamination or induction I s bed
hese days
The American Jewish Congress, through Will M
urged the Senate Post 01 I Civil Service Committee
,,;,,, the pn leral Employees Securit) Program and formu-
, m Mi Maslow charged thai the present program Invited
i peration Ol bigotrj and Incompeteno The American Jewish
Committee has madi Iht firsl complain! agaii -t a travel agencj spe
ing in European package tours since the pa sage ol the New
York stale Anti-Discrimination Law in 1948 The AJ< eomplainl was
linst the Marsh Tours. 8:50 5th ave., New York City, an agencj
ch insisted on the disclosure ol a tour applicant's "race, en
color, national origin, place ol birth and parent- name-" a- I condition
ol the applicant qualification lor tour membership .
Army spokesmen in Tel Aviv revealed that the most recent Egyp
tian onslaught on the Israelis was carried out by newly-arrived regular
Egyptian troops. They recalled that one of the proposals for pacifying
the border was that regular troops should replace paramilitary lorce
. It now appear- that Nassers regular troops were moved to the'
borders for other reasons that those they had promised Major General
Bums. John Foster Dulles' new three-point proposal in solving the
Middle East dilemma has aroused a curious interest in Israel. Most
Israelis do not believe the Arab States will accept it. Eric Johnston,1
President Eisenhower's special envoy to the Near East, is on the scene
againhis fourth attempt to bring Israel and the Arab State together
on the Jordan irrigation projects Israel's Attorney General, Chaim ,
Cohen, has appealed the Rudolph Kastner court decision to the Supreme j
Court. Kastner had been accused ol collaborating with the Hungarian
Nazis at the expense ol thousands of Jewish livea Premier Moshe
Sharett has called for a "determined and sustained effort to accelerate
the pace of immigration" of Jews from North Africa. A Jewish
Agency Committee has recommended bringing 40,000 North All
ews to Israel in the coming Jewish calendar year .
Maurice Schwartz, renowned Yiddisl opeM I ncv. ;'.., at
New York's National Theatre on Oct 13 pherd Kit
tor; 'I I):.', id Benjamin H. Swig ol San I ran beet I
neral chairman ol the 1959 56 Comb
Reform Judaism Rabbi Leo Baeck installed a new B'nai IVnlh I),-
tricl covering Europe on Bepl i The installation took p
Switzerland Rabbi Ely E. Pilchik ol Ni i nounces thai th< 12th
nual national observance ol Jewish Hook Month will be i
this year from Nov. 4 to Dec. 4 Rabbi Aaron B. Ilson, associate I
at New York's Rodeph Sholom Congregation has been appointed spin
tual leader of Temple Sinai, Squirrel Hill. Pittsburgh He assumed
Ins new post this weekend Sidney Stein is the new smerii an Jewish
Congress director for Michigan, Ohio anil Indiana
lewis* nnjr*&*jn
Hadassah Will
Install Officers
Mrs Oscar Sindell will be in-
stalled president of the reater Mi-
ami chapter of Hadassah Tuesday
afternoon, 0* '>. at the Ocean
Front Auditorium.
The Greater Miami chapter is
the governing body and advisory
council to the 14 Ha.lassah uroups
in this area
Mis Milton Sirkin. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center and honorary vice pres-
id< Dl Of chapter, will be installing
officer
Other oil leers are the Mesdames
Joseph Shapiro [rwitl LiSS, Harold
Melnick and Lillian Coodman vice
presidents; Joseph sum, nan.
treasurer; Abe Greenberg, finan-
, 1.1 ecretarj i James Godon, re-
I( n tarj Herbert" Cut
man. com iponding ecretarj; Har-
ry Platoff auditor; and Moses Krie
ger. parliamentarian.
Mrs. Sinauel Z. Sakrais is outgo-
ing president.
Program will include a musical
skit entitled "This Is Hadassah'
written
Chares
nd directed
"ttlieb
e. ......*u and
Stark. "f theMenoraha
Mrs "arold Melnic J]
f arrangement-
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tlNCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVI
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Ben Touster (center), president of United Hias Service, the
Jewiah international migration agency, receives a scroll desig-
nating him an Honortfty Citizen of Beersheba, lrom David
Tuvyahu (in shirt sleeves). Mayor of the Negev city. Shown at
the presentation, whirl? took place in the assembly hall of the
museum in the ancient and Biblical city of the Patriarch Abra-
ham, are (left to right) Edward Lawson, U.S. Ambassador to
Israel; Prime Minister Moshe Sharett; Mr. Touster; Mayor
Tuvyahu; Louis Gallack. chairman of the United Hias Council
of Organizations; and Justice Isaac Olshan. Chief Justice of
the Israel Supreme Court.
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