The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jr,e 29Number 40
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 7. 1955
Price 20*
ael Will Secure New Arms To Offset Egyptian Purchases
0
iKABLEJO REVERSE STAND
Lay is Expressed at^Last
Ktinute Decision to Postpone
>
Inquiry into Religious Freedom
L'EV. YORK iJTAiThe American Jewish Congress expressed
Bisnay" Wednesday at the "last-minute decisipn" of the Senate
nmittee on Constitutional Rights to postpone indefinitely hear-
lon the present state of religious freedom in America that were
uled to open in Washington this week.
Thoma- C Hcnnings. chairman of the subcommittee, explain-
tt the postponement had been ordered to give members more
-:ime in which to analyze the an-
swers to questionnaires distributed
to religious groups. The subcom-
mittee promised to advise pros-
pective witnesses of a new hearing
date.
In a telegram to Senator Hen-
nings. Dr. Israel Goldstein, presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress, asserted that "the announc-
ed postponement of this hearing
tnt Tuesday attacked baker- serves to confirm our information
k the Jewish section of the that your committee has been sub-
lied attempted to plunder jected to pressure by sectarian
They also attacked Jewish groups to cancel or indefinitely
- Police dispersed them, j postpone the hearings on freedom
Bessis, 0f religion,
of the
foung Moslems
itinue Hitting
it Jewish Stalls
feilS iJTA)Groups of young
Or. Israel Goldstein
. American democracy
Czech Munitions Swap
For Cotton is Revealed
Basis of Cabinet Move
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Israel Cabinet decided Wednesday to
acquire whatever arms are needed to maintain a balance of armaments
with Egypt, which last week announced that it was obtaining arms
from Czechoslovakia in a "munitions for cotton" swap. The Cabinet
decision was hammered out at a two-hour extraordinary meeting of the
Cabinet called to deal specifically with the question of Egyptian arms
acquisition.
Premier Moshe Sharett reported on the various developments in
the arms situation, including the steps taken by Israel in relation
to the Big Powers to insure Israel's security. The -Cabinet, in a com-
Mamd that Albert
> Jewish number ..American democracv,-.
E2 oTrnmenV '* Goldstein continued, "is based on
I wtement condemning Zion-,.________. ... .. .
Invoiced here last weekend'"" "*%" !hatH-! PeP'l
Aribic weekly Krazazou", T bekltrusted ,n a, discussion of
wpports the Nco-Destour f" P"b,,c and ^SJT"^
Mast, Sinisian Jews, the JJ (has Properly proceeded to act
said, are regarded as thls bi,M unthinkable
^patriots ol all other Tu-
ad are '.in- permitted
ticipate in the construction
new Tunisia But an anti-
>Utement b) M Boadl is
the weeklj continued,
therefore that the committee
should now reverse its course and
yield to pressures from whatever
source to suppress the open con-
sideration of so fundamental a
question as religious liberty."
The Jewish community. Dr. Gold-
"nur hrniK..r .f.i n~ I stein pointed out. had already en-
our Drotncr^ ol the Orient j ,u %.
-.,,,, idorsed the purpose of the hear-
nwiiui we are still Arabs i mgs and iu religious spokesmen
KOs.tT-
munique issued after the meeting,
expressed deep concern about the
anticipated boost in Egypt's wea-
pons stores and underlined its be-
lief that if the present gap between
Israel's armament and Egypt's
deepened, Egypt would be encour-
aged to new aggression.
The communique stated that
during the Cabinet meeting Egyp-
tian Premier Nasser's statements
that Israel had obtained huge sup-
plies of arms were denied as being
"devoid of foundation." It was
stressed that Egypt's arms budget
alone was three times as great as
Israel's and that the figures pre-
sented by the Egyptian Premier
were exaggerated out of all pro-
portion.
(Addressing newly commission-
ed officers of the Egyptian armed
forces. Premier Nasser said that
Egyptian intelligence had inter-
cepted a French document listing
Israel
had been invited to testify.
IBID UG' SUN UNfOltWHAJt
[man Minister Told to Tell Bonn
Of Slow Material Claims Settlement
fJuY0RK (-""A)-Dr. Na-
IMidmann. president of the
P on Jewish Material
J-Agaiiw Germany, has ask-
F He.nnch von Brentano,
Jtrnnany-s Fure.gn Minis-
If co<>vey to his government
Inference', deep concern
I* slow pace of settlement
----------1:
kerNazi
cted Mayor
K?,hGlerman> ,jta> -
Ihv an 1 C,t> "f H.000
K" Mute majority of
FKr T8'1 ,>r ""
Plic Run, r,'J,'l',C,l S<>C'a>
F J Bun,les,aS deputy
F Sir: t^rMann
Uiimth Soc,al t*
bSL*'i a *u,,>ntl So-
il r maJ"nty in the
' *5,1Hcrr Jacob>
[l8^^po custody from
^ becau'* his stand
"**i on P,9t 5 A
of the claims filed by Nazi vic-
tims. Dr. Goldmann invited Dr.
Brentano, West German Under-
secretary of State Walter Hall-
stein and their aides to meet with
Conference leaders representing
22 major Jewish organizations
and with Abba Khan,. Israel Am-
bassador to the United States.
Dr. Goldmann stressed the
need for earty* enactment of a
law for the discharge of restitu-
tion liabilities of the Former Ger-1
man Reich and of Amendments;
proposed to the existing Federal'
Indemnification Law. He ex-
pressed satisfaction with the
smooth operation of the Bonn-1
Israel reparations.agreement. On,
the other hand, he said, it was
unfortunate that there was such ,
an extended lag in the implemen
tation of the Federal Indemnifi j
cation Law, and in adopting the j
proposed amendments for im-,
provement of the Law.
Dr. von Brentano, who is mak-1
ing his first visit to the United ,
States since his appointment as
Foreign Minister, expressed his \
government's great interest in
the implemenation of the indem-.
Continued en Pa#a 3 A
SAYS ARMS RACE AGGRAVATES DANGER
Sharett Warns Soviet Union Envoy
On Supplying Arms to Egyptians;
| Summons Nikolai Klimov for Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's Premier Moshe Sharett told a Soviet
! diplomat that the supplying of arms by the Soviet Union or Czechoslo-
vakia to Egypt must arouse anxiety and resentment among the Israel
people, the Jews of the world and all concerned with Israel's security.
Summoning Soviet Charge d'Affaires Nikolai Klimov, Mr. Sharett
j outlined to him Israel's views about the supplying of arms to any
1 Arab state in the present circumstances and asked for further clarifi-
cation of Moscow's Middle East policy. Mr. Klimov promised to convey
Mr. Sharett's views to his superiors.
The Premier is understood to have asked how the latest Soviet
move squared with a statement made September 12 by Zaitzev. who
is in charge of the Soviet Foreign Ministry's Middle East department,
' to Israel Ambassador Joseph Avidar. that neither the USSR nor any.
other of the East European Communist states had negotiated or were
negotiating an arms pact with Egypt.
Mr. Sharett stressed that regardless of the reasons for supplying
i Egypt with arms, the development of a race to supply the Arab state largc arms Purchases by
with arms aggravates the dangers inherent to Israel in any strengthen-; from Britain and the United States
' ing of its enemies, and constitutes a blow to the stability of the Middle including: 97 aircraftjet fitrht-
Kast He also insisted that such a development would be a contradic- ers bombers and transports- 100
tion of the Soviet's proclaimed policy of peace and reduction of arm- y^^ tanks; 1QQ armored car,.
throughout the world.
,.,.,, 15 Churchill tanks; 100 pieces of
Earlier. Premier Sharett summoned United States Ambassador
Edward B. Lawson and requested clarification from the American JW ar,ll!er-v and iiC^ Pieces.
Government of the reports that the United States la ready to sell arms The French Embassy in Cairo said
to Egvpt. | it knew nothing concerning such
It is understood that Mr Sharett specifically pointed out that U.S. a document and the British For-
supplies of arms for Egypt would inevitably intensify the arms race DeDartment
in the Middle East. He also asked for assurances that the US. would e,'n ""ce and *ar Pepartment
not start a new arms cycle between Israel and Egypt, and would also refused to comment on Col. Nas-
not engage in competition to supply Cairo with arms scr's chargeo
* *
DENIES THREAT Of CURTAILED fgjjMjjC AID
U.S. Secretory Mum on Talks With Nasser
he had not discussed that matter with Col. Nasser
and that he knew nothing about such a development
except that he had read about it in some newspapers
After Mr. Allen saw Col. Nasser, the Egyptian
strong man saw the British, French and Soviet Am-
bassadors in that order. Col. Nasser was supported
in the Communist arms deal by the Arab League
Council which sent him a message congratulating
him on his "strong stand."
Meanwhile, it was reported here that owing to
these developments, American military' commanders
in Europe favor United States participation in the
Bagdad alliance as a means of forestalling Soviet
penetration of the Middle East region. Concerning
Israel, these commanders are said to believe that
the United States can make better arrangements in
Israel's behalf from within the alliance than in the
present situation. The State Department is reported
to be opposing such entrance until Iran joins the
"northern tier" pact, too.
LONDON (JTA)-George V. Allen. United States
Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Af-
fairs saw Egyptian Premier Camel Abdel Nasser
last weekend, but later denied that he had threat-
ened that the United States would cut off economic
aid to the Arab state if it accepted weapons from
the Communist countries, it was reported here in
dispatches from Cairo.
Mr Allen, who precipitously flew to Cairo after
the Nasser regime announced that it had concluded
an arrangement to obtain arms from Czechoslovakia.
decUned t^ say whether he had offered Nasser
American munitions as an inducement for Egypt to
scrap the deal with Czechoslovakia and the Soviet
I'n.on He told newsmen that it was the sovereign
right of any country to purchase arms where it
ple3RSpDorts were published in Cairo newspapers that
Mr Xn had come to Egypt to threaten that if
clmun.'st arms were ^^Z*}
would cease economic support. Mr. Allen said tnai


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*JenisMcrk0ian
iiiMHb*,
Ail-Out Effort Opens Here to Collect
Pledges for Combined Jewish Appeal
An all-out effort to collect emer-
gency funds to meet the demands
of countless health, welfare, and
social institutions was launched
this week by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion.
Increasing de
mands by bene
I i< 1.11 y agenda-
I the Combine!
J< wish A p peal
(iufi i 11.4 repeal
requests oi
the part of thi
United J e wish
peal, have ne
itated i li <
( m c rgeney ac-
according t" Stanley I'. My-
ers. Federation president.
October has been designated
Redeem Your Pledge" month by
officials of Federation David Phil-
Federation treasurer, will act
overall chairman of a giant
.:i t\ wide collection program
which will bring funds to man> of
the Creator Miami institutions
which serve men. women and chil-
dren in the fields of social wel-
fare, aged care, health and relig-
ious education.
Weinkle
diminished income at this time of
year."
Although Creator Miami fami-
lies will feel the effects ol sluggish,
redemption of Combined Jewish
Appeal pledges quite soon, there
are man) significant programs ducted by national agencies m this
area which may be required to
curtail their work unless funds
are immediately forthcoming, it
was declared h\ Federation lead
ers
Vital programs in the field of
civil defense roaj be drastically
reduced unless c.'A contributors
make good their pledges I
menhir.: fn this aspect oi Feder
ation's widespread service pro-
gram, stanie> C Myers stated
Altai projects in the held ol
civic defense may suffer unless
Federation can turn pledges into
cash at once. The work ol combat
ing bigotry and anti-Semitism and
strengthening the forces oi democ
racj and good-Will must l:,i for-
ward and. unless civic defense ag-
encies such as the Joint Defense
Appeal. Jewish War Veterans, Jew
ish Labor Committee and the
American Jewish Congress re
ceive allocations, their work will
lag at a time when these programs
AsMstJng Phillips in the organ- are so urgently needed in our com-
ization of the collection program munitv "
will be a corps of top communal
leaders who have been active for
many years as officers and board
n mbers of the specific agencies
quiring help at this critical time.
Carl Weinkle. honorary presi-
dent of Federation. Aaron M Kan
. irmer CJA campaign chair
and Sam J. Heiman, this
chairman, have accepted as-
Kanner
Phillips
meats to organize pledge-col
lection projects in the large i ift
categorj Assisting will be Sam A
dstein, _C'arl Suaskind, If. J,
Kopelwitz. Jack Muravchick. Jo
sc-ph M. Rose and a group of mem-
bers ot Federation's executive
committee
Federation is confronted daily
by urgent requests of Greater Mi-
ami welfare, education, and health
institutions for immediate cash to
continue their service to the pub-
Florida Observes
Handicap Week
National Employ the Physically
Handicapped week wa~ observed
throughout Florida this week, ac-
cord, ng to I.eo Axlrod, chairman
Ol the Slate Chamber's committee
on handicapped placement
The movement :- sponsored na-
tionally by the President's Coin
< on Employment of the
Physically Handicapped and with
ernor's committee headed
bj (laud M Andrew- ,,i the State
I lonal Rehabilitation S< :\ ice
Stati ('iii ber committee Is
linating .it the state level the
act iv it ie- ol local chambers of
commerce, B'nai Hrith Handicap
ped Placement Committees ot Hor
nl.i the Honda Heart Association.
JayCees, Cerebral Palsy Associa-
tion and other groups interested in
the economic rehabilitation of phj
sically handicapped persons. Axl-
iod said.
Through such local groups an
employer will be selected in each
city who is doing the most for
handicapped workers, and several
will be considered for presentation
of the President's citation. Others
doing an outstanding job in the
mployment of the physically dis-
abled will be qualified for the
Appointment of Rabbi Joel S.
Getten as director of the new-
ly reorganized Metropolitan
Council of the United Syna-
gogue of America was an-
nounced Wednesday by Vic-
tor J. Herwitz. Council presi-
dent. Rabbi Geffen, who has
been national director of the
Department of Field Activi-
ties and Community Educa-
tion at the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America
since 1944, in his new post
succeeds Rabbi Harry W.
Katchen.
r
BESIDE YOURSttF..,
t)fthi
pt problem f
fan
INMCTION
Wor/d' largest
I-
"See Veer Classified Directory hi
Orkli Office Neireit Ym"
Member of B'nai i'rlth
said Phill.ps. "Such agencies ^a,ofnComhC Flnda ^ tham"
Wednesday
asth, Bureau of Jewish F.ducat.on, ^' Jh "n i .
the vocational service and New ?.l",nJ_.V\h,ch Axlrod
American programs oi the Jewish
Family Service and others are
wholly dependent upon Federa-
tions allocation for their operat-
ing tunds. In the case of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, the Jewish Home for the
Aged and the Greater Miami Jew
merce, according to a
announced
Junior Program Announces
Registration in Miami
Switches
To Group 2
Registration for the junior pro
gram of the Town Branch. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
ish Community Center, cash is es- for boys and g.rls six to'12 years
pecially important in view of their age is now being taken at 450
S\V 16 ave it was announced by
LIbVib* C^-SX^L***. Mrs Bernard Weksler. chairman
nisjn jWITClleS of the junior program committee.
Many different kinds of con
structive activities are being of-
fered. These include Brownies.
James W. High, real estate and <-'"*> Scouts, dramatics, ballet danc-
msui ance executive, has qualified in8- cooking club, art classes, bors
as a Miami city commission candi-!and girls clubs, archery, game
date in Group 2. although he had rom and varied gym activities
originally announced that he plan Mrs Weksler said
ned to run in Group 3
High explained that he will run
in Croup 2 because "I felt that
Group 3 was too crowded, and
the votcn needed a stand up voice
to represent them in Group 2"
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10O8 N.E. 10th AVE.
FT. LAUOERALE
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Florida's Lowest Price!
* FISHING TACKLE
* SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT
* ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
* ARCHERY
"KNOWN mom COAST TOCO AST"
S. I. Frppdman
bJ
M. Rephan
HEBREW BOOK STOBE
417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Between fourth and fifth Stt.
HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES
far Synagogues and Private Us*
AIM for Hebrew Sen..I,
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The candidate said that many of
his supporters and his entire steer-
ing committee urged the switch to
Group 2.
I believe I can show the vot
ei that we need jjpnie vigorous
new blood on our city commis-
sion," High declared.
High said that he plans to an-
nounce his campaign manager and
open his main headquarters with-
in a week's time.
FREE
HOME
DELIVERY
Miami Beach
Miami
Hollywood
Ft. Laaderdals
?.*?'!, *** ""ZER CO.
Jt 8-2763 Phones 82-0789
402 H.W. 6th ST., MIAMI, FU
Prescription Specialists
350 LINCOLN ROAD
Entrance en rVaihifiafaa A*,nu,
Phone JE B-742S
1329 BISCAVNE BOULEVARD
Across .ram Start
Free Parking in Rear
Phone 32-2091
OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
CONTACT LENSES
AUGUST BRos kYi
S^
Jewish Clergyman Named 'Chaplain of th* v
WASHINGTON (JTA) Lt tionul \i ^ "*
tamtMl Silver. Jewish chaplain of j tain is SOS** p* 11
*-rine Corps, was designated of four 7h,f ^ ,0 *
the Ma
"(hapla
Navy last week and was given the
annual Four Chaplain's Award at
annual rour i_napiain s Award at "Dorchester T1*00"* fatJ
the dedication of the Four Chap- after m' ,Ju.rin8
lam's Memorial Fountain at Na^jdiers. 8 ,heir lif* beto!
-r.:iTS5Sa
I
COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNiWoTwT
High Type D..ic Weekly Maid. ? S VS UkJ
Perters Maids vLi. 9 ~ "taraei
ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE'" it&fo^
DUE TO AN OVERSIGHT MY TELEPHONE^!?
OMITTED PROM THE LAST ,SSUE 0S "*l
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
My Telephone No. is JE 1-3840
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel
ASSOCIATED WITH ALL HOSPITALS IN GREATER 2
1042 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Hotel Motel If oiii, nti tpa|
ment House Owners .
We are here to serve you with a COMPLETE UHf Of LW({
?CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS *$i
* PIUSW CASIS BATH TOWELS DISH L
Drapes Curtains Bed Pads Plastic fee"
Studio and Daveno Covers
Miami Wholesale Corporation
120 N.E. 9th Street
Closed Satvrday-Open Sunday
Phone IV
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1 A V I N O S AND LOI
I O C lTI ON
CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI.IEAI
Services in tLe true tpint
of tLe JewieL tradition...ana
dedicated to ease the LurJen
oi- tLe Lereaved.
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October?. 1955.
jwman, Gordon Form Partnership;
[funeral Home at Dade Boulevard Will
Continue Courteous, Dignified Policy
* ^jsnfftnms=
Gordon of Gordon Fu-
WonJof "'a-,, Beach, Wed-
lHiouncH that Edward T.
ar hasten named a partner
1st." ,,, organisation will
5ith be know,, as Newman-
don Funeral Home.
X located at its present site
jpade blvd- M'ann Beach.
CrConlon Funeral Home
teonlinue it^ policy of courte-
' tffkienl and digniflod serv-
| the cwners Bald.
BU comes to the firm with
C years of experience. Bom
EL York City, he moved here
L hi< family in 1934. Three
L later, he graduated from Mi-
|Beach Senior High School and
[raenced serving an apprent.ee-
a. embalmer shortly tnere-
Jwman graduated from Renou-
College of Embalming in 1944
is a licenced embalmer, com-
his apprenticeship as a fo-
il director He was licensed
the State of Florida in 1945.
ing World War II. Newman
red in the I. s Air Corps as a
lical technician
>r to his entrance into the
IM-Gordon Funeral Home as
he was associated with
idf Memorial Chapel as ex-
manager for 12 years.
ig active in civic and corn-
interest >. he is a member
|the American Lesion, Jewish
. Veterans, the Masons, B'nai
Wi,Z0A, the Civic League, hav-
sened as it- secretary, and is
ist president and member of
board of directors of Miami
Junior Chamber of Com-
and a past state vice presi-
of the Florida Junior Cham-
of Commerce.
lewman was initiated into Mi-
Beach Order of the Elks in
and pre>entl> serves as Exalt-
luler. As an Flk. he is credit-
nth being among the highest
donors .of blood in the Lodge
Mr. Newman resides.on Miami
Beach with his mother. Mrs Freda
Newman, one of the founders of
Temple Kmanu-E! Sisterhood of
Miami Beach and presently on its
board.
Gordon, a resident of Miami
since 1925. has operated Gordon
Funeral Home with his father, the
late Emanuel Gordon, since 1938
A brother. Ike Gordon, who is a
licensed funeral director, is an as-
sociate in the Miami Chapel. Gor-
don is past president of Beth Da-
vid Synagogue, past vice president
of the Miami Zionist District and
a member of the hoard of directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
In addition, he belongs to Hi-
biscus Masonic Lodge, Miami
Beach, Scottish-Rite Consistory
Mahi Shrine Temple, Miami Beach
Elks, Coral Gables Lodge Knights
of Pythias. One Hundred Club of
Miami Beach. Red Fez Club, Men's
Club of Temple Israel. Workmen's'
Circle Branch'692 and Men's Club
of Beth David.
Gordon is a member of the Jew-
ish Funeral Directors of America
and was Miami chairman for M-
Day of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal last year. His wife. Jennie,
is a welj known communal worker.
Federation Names
Pollack to Post
I Nat Pollack. 3884 NW 6th H
M.am, has been appointed to the
!* f comptroller- office man-
lager of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, it has been announced
[y Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg
federation executive director.
He was recently affrhated with
Oxford School of Miami Beach
where he held the position of
Headmaster.
Pollack assumed the duties of
comptroller on Mon-
day..filling the post left vacant
by Herman Novinson, who resign-
ed to enter into business here.
The new Federation office man-
ager comes to the agency with a
broad background in the field of
office mangement, accounting and
education He tolds.a Bachelor of
Arts degree from St John's Uni-
versity in Brooklyn and a Master
of Science degree from Columbia
University, with majors in busi-
ness education For six years he ac-
cumulated varied experience as an
accountant with CPA firms and
advanced from the general field
to an, important post with the
Bureau of Internal Revenue of
the Treasury Department.
Pollack has a distingushed rec-
ord in military service. He was in
the Air Force from 1942 to 1946.
In 1951, he was recalled to active
duty, serving until 1953. when he
was separated with the rank of
major. In his capacity as comp-
Page 3 A
Not Pollack
troller with the Air Dorce. he su-
pervised some 50 military and civ-
ilian personnel and directed the
budgeting, accounting and man-
agement analysis programs both in
the State and in the Tripoli-North
Africa sectors.
As one of his primary responsi-
bilities, he acted as financial ad-
visor to the Base Commander.
Pollack visited Germanv and Is-
Slow Claims Settlement
Continued from Page 1 A
* nification and restitution provi-
sions of the agreement. He point-
ed out that intensive efforts are
presently under way within the
West German Government and
the Bonn Parliament to assure
early enactment of outstanding
legislation and of the issuance of
the necessary implementing reg-
ulations.
Other German officials present
at the meeting were Professor
Wilhelm Grewe, chief legal ad-
visor to the German Foreign Min-
istry, Dr. Henrich Krekeler, West
German Ambassador to the Unit-
ed States, and Dr. Felix von Eck-
hardt, chief observer of West
Germany at the United Nations.
real in 1953 and, upon his return
to the United States in September,
1953, continued his active reserv-
ist status with the Air Force.
In his new job. Pollack will be
responsible for directing the ac-
counting and bookkeeping proced-
ures developed over a 17-year
period in the offices of Federa-
tion.
He is a member of the Office
Management Association, the Flor-
ida Education Association* and
many other trade and professional
groups.
Pollack is married to the former
Annette Kessel of Cincinnati, O.,
a former nurse in the U.S. Air
Force, and they have three chil-
dren, Rita Madeline 10, Adrian
Gita 8, and Leon Allen 7.
Symphony Will
('Conducted by
ivez Dec. 11,12
urcity of Miami Symphony
iestra thu week announced
(engagement of Carlos Chaves
Ifue.t conductor for the pair of
kerts on Dec 11 and 12, with
nleta as lololst.
Tuvez is world famous as a
hoar and conductor. He has
P guest conductor in this coun-
1 of the Los Angeles Philhar-!
K the New Yorn Philharmonic
ppbony. the Chicago Symph-
M Philadelphia Orchestra,
p symphony. NBC Symphony.
'Cleveland. St. Louis and
"burgh Symphonies,
the past. Chavez was director-
P" of the Institute Nacional
lilas Artes. directed Mexico's
pwwi Conservatory, founded
l!oJeslra Sinfon'c of Mexico
IW and was a leader in the
Fa. progress of his country.
K J11'. '') works are
El Sol," Sinfonia India."
m Je Antigona." Tierra
iv! J Piano (,|mcerto No.
gterto for Four Horns and a
i '-oncerto
w conducted the Los An-
nUharmonic at the Holly-
JJIfcAugust. 1955. He will
Phim duc",r of the New
> harmomc Symphony at
I n Jan 28- 27 "<
Ail, Vngnm "ill include
To 'vn Premiere of hls "Sin-
Clar. n ^missioned by the
dau8hter, Ann Clare Bro-
ker
'* Stress Nature
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"* B '"': accrding to Dr.
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During The Week... A. ,
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'
Meaning of Discovery of Oil in Israel
The discovery of oil in Israel will be a boon
to the Jewish State. The dramatic "strike" oc-
curred at Hulzikat in the Negev, just north of
the Gaza border strip, 4,906 feet below the sur-
face. The date was Sept. 23 at sundown.
These may seem to be irrelevant details.
Nonetheless they have been recorded by ob-
servers on the site of discovery. They there-
fore indicate the importance which Israel's
leaders are attaching to it.
If the geologists are correct and the well
continues to yield some 100,000 tons annually
of high grade oil, then it is predicted that ap-
proximately one-tenth of the Jewish State's oil
needs will be taken care of by her own pro-
duction. This is a deceptive statement; it
means much more.
1. Valuable currency expended abroad will
be diverted to fill other needs. A more
favorable balance in foreign trade for
the budget-minded young republic may
thus be anticipated.
2. Israel will at least be set on the road of
freedom from the present Arab oil boy-
Miami Leaders to Leave for Israel
Two local community leaders leave shortly
for Israel to join a special UJA study mission
g: some 25 top, hand-picked national personali-
ties. They are Sam J. Heiman, chairman of
Federation's 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal,
and Mrs. Bernard Stevens, chairman of CJA's
educational committee.
Heiman and Mrs. Stevens will make on-the-
spot surveys of the Jewish State's current needs
and report back to the Miami Jewish commu-
nity on their return.
Both Heiman and Mrs. Stevens are expected
to attend a three-day conference of the Joint
Distribution Committee in Paris while they are
overseas. Purpose of the conference will be
to be apprised of latest details on the condition
of North African Jewry.
The study mission comes at a time when the
United Jewish Appeal is in the process of rais-
ing S10.000.000 by mid-October to finance the
migration of these harassed North African
Jews to Israel.
The Miamians' report on their return should
go a long way toward enlightening our com-
munity on the role it must play during this
present period of tension. Particularly, they
will be able to emphasize the need for local
residents to fullfill their obligations to our Com-
bined Jewish Appeal at a time when cash funds
are critically necessary to carry out the work
of national UJA.
It is of particular pride to our area that
Heiman and Mrs. Stevens have been chosen
to join the UJA study mission. For it continues
to demonstrate Miami's active hand in shap-
ing Israel's destiny. By answerinq Federation's
current call for cash funds in cooperation with
UJA's national proqram residents here will
once again prove the extent of their valuable
support and show the Jewish community's
leaders that they do not stand alone.
American Legion in Town
The American Legion is now in Miami for a
nciional convention. The area takes the oppor-
tunity of welcoming Legion members and of
expressing its gratitude at being afforded the
opportunity of playing host to this national
veteran's organization.
It is earnestly hoped that the Legion will find
its convention a serious and fruitful one. Their
deliberations on many national and interna-
tional issues are observed carefully by our
government, whose leaders often take as a
cue for their policies the decisions and resolu-
tions of this organization.
cott, and her refinery at Haifa long ly-
ing dormant -will be put to use.
3. The oil strike will clearly strengthen the
country militarily by providing a ready
source of machine lubrication.
Perhaps the most important result of the dis-
covery of oil in Israel is the undefinable quan-
tity of the enhancement of her prestige and
the accretion of her bargaining power among
the nations. Western policy in the Middle East
has long been governed by oil considerations.
If Britain and the U.S. balanced its identifica-
tion with a democratic Jewish State against
its friendship for a medieval, feudal Arab
League it was not that they saw in this-a self-
less means of bringing progress to backward
peoples but that they bore in mind the Near
East's oil fields.
Similarly, through two World Wars, Arab
leaders employed their oil advantage by play-
ing one side against the other and brought
to the surface the shoddy skeleton of finance
even as peoples were torn asunder in pre-
sumably "ideological" conflict
Should Israel's discovery of oil prove sub-
stantial, this condition will be largely ameli-
orated. It is sad but true that Israel's position
in the West must depend upon her new ad-
vantage; nonetheless, her bargaining power
will be qreatly enhanced during the coming
days. There will be a decreasing tendency to
leave her isolated, an increasing tendency to
be concerned about her fate in the Near East
struggle.
The ancient Hebrew adage, "A poor man is
a dead man," will in this regard prove the old
Jewish philosophers' understanding, who early
and bitterly recognized that Jewry's stateless-
ness also left her friendless.
Above all things, the discovery of oil in Israel
continues to prove the value of American fi-
nancial and industrial investment there. Many
American Jews had a hand in the prospecting.
It was their faith and their support that made
the project successfuljust as it is their unend-
ing faith in Israel's future at large that brings
them to invest in other commercial endeavor
in the Jewish State.
Miami can be particularly proud of its hand
in the oil strike. Several local community per-
sonalities were among leading participants.
They are to be congratulated for helping Israel
in its hour of need.
1" :'--r$m>
Newsmen gathered in a tight semi-cirrl* .
Rooacvelt Monday morning. She said she h id nd M* Fit
a.m I thought she looked splendid-this irSSaS. ** 4
ambassador. There was a freshness about her t,2 & ejM,i3.
a iptrll of vivacity an(| hope not often found Z.n'1 hpr9>
Roosevelt is serene and gracious and lull ol Lffi?1 *"* *
one never fails to get the feeling in her prein WE--*!
be less cruel, less bigoted and less egocentric ^ wthe**I_
personality multiplied to suffuse us all. er inWlt]
Hus.ness at hand, of course. Included countl-.
typed the individual reporter's newspaper affiliai. qu of his editor's policy. At the very beginnin I JnT?^ *>
self not to strike my colorsnot to raise issues abmi! .k P.roiniM
others refrained from doing so; too often one becom eNear&4
reasoningcomes to look upon humanity\ nrh!>J, 'nver,e,i "l
point of view. It was Mrs. Roosevelt, herself who fl *l
editorial policy: of the morning daily's concern Jit'^'
rhetorical question Mr. Eisenhower's cause even if h
one; of the afternoon daily's ambition to have her oreL^01*'
of the World Series. predlct the i
In one brief remark. Mrs. Roosevelt observed thai .h. ,
is today the sorest trouble spot in the world This obsZ r
by way of a question about France's current walk-out hiT
Here to help the Greater Miami chapter of the I'nited N.S *
tion mark its tenth anniversary, Mrs. Roosevelt said it *al, .'"
that the French delegation had withdrawn. m

FRENCH DELEGATION DEFEATS ITS PURPOSE
But this remark came with reservations. The difficulty hit,
over the issue of Algerian independence, and France she si
siders it to be an internal mattertherefore one beyond the ,Ji
tion of the UN. Compounding the difficulty was the fact that m!
delegation unwisely entered into the international discussion d
colonial ramifications of the Algerian issue and of North
colonialism at large. This, she felt, exposed a U.S. weakness
long as we "control" Alaska and Hawaii in their present
condition, we are theoretically guilty of France's colonial sin.
Most interesting about the entire question was that Mr< R*
thought the French delegation's impatience had defeated it> pui_
Were Pinay and his colleagues to wait for a vote on the probleal
said, they would have discovered that the UN feels no embarris
about discussing the internal matters of a member nation. WJ,
this position is reasonable or not, it emphasized Mrs. RooseveK'ib
plete faith in the world organization ;is ;i peace making body oil
ground. In this sense, she is one of the rare visionaries of ourf
who looks out past the jagged and opaque peaks of tomorrow s m
toward an era in which the often destructive egotism of supra
attitudes will give way to the mutual interplay of all govern,
she does not have the executive and legislative power that mar1.
late husband's precedent-breaking career, Mrs Roosevelt none
has similar philosophical inclinations.

A GREAT VISION OF UN POWER GROWTH
The Near [Cast question, with specific regard to Israel, arose\
result of her own reference to the difficulty under which the Oil
ates in its effort to keep the tempers of delegations restrained. Ii
her what the UN intends doing, during the newly opened Tenth!
about Egypt's seizure of control of shipping lanes through ufc I
Canal and Gulf of Aqaba waters. I had hoped for her answer to|
cate that this was part of a larger question: namely, the need ft
United Nations to force Arab recognition of the integrity of thel
of Israel.
Such an answer would have flown in the face of a _
''let's root for the underdog," but ill-informed query asked ofj
Roosevelt by another reporterif she could "see" the Arab r
I was. unfortunately, disappointed. While she had previously!
ed the accretion of UN power beyond the specific principw<
Charter and whereas she had. in this regard, seriously considemj
possibility of a United Nations discussion of the internal mattail
member state. Mrs. Roosevelt here totally failed even to brai
simple issue of the illegality of Egypt's boycott tactic "MjJ"
international law. Instead, she quietlyand. I believe, wiu*
rassmentsaid that Great Britain would play a major r
solution of this question during the current session.
"When I was in England last year." she observed. ''Sir*
Nutting told me that he had great hope for a shortly f0"*^
elusion to the knotty Suez Canal problem." I was men. m
pelled to ask Mrs. Roosevelt if she felt the UN would in nenw.
bring pressure to bear on the Arabs to recognize the national .
of the State of Israel. I do not mean intentionally tojsusp*
and sincere stateswoman. but I believe it only ru'mu'"
candid observation. With a degree of annoyance, rv
plied: "1 am no longer, as you know, a member of me i ,
and I can therefore hardly know what is in the w .
Nations leaders." Relenting somewhat, she amplified .,
tion. but in a different direction, by remarking that a P^Jj
of bringing pece to the Near East would involve. P"m* ',;,*<
to the Arab refugee problem and, secondarily, to ine Y^i a
lishment of a respected demilitarized zone Derw"
Arab neighbors.
EXAMINING A BULWARK OF DEMOCRACY
are
THE BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY SHIFTED
Here', again, the point was missed, for' ^^/are fd
that will never be resolved so long as the Arao ie. ^ fafW
to remain behind their protective-aggressive wom fgrefulW|
jure non recognition. But Mrs. Roosevelt was c h
out that the trouble in the Near East. nclu<1,nl*a,iml m this i
North Africa, is the direct result of Soviet aK", ,f Mosco* j
she referred to the recent decision on the pan
munitions aid to Egypt. Mr. ,....
This is. of course, true. It is also true as ^ ,0 ban|
quently observed, that Russia has always beer, bv sjlenl j
internationally odious communist activity P*'" ( ,ajm A <
partnersactivity which Moscow could then of ^ ,
ample is the Soviet delegation's denial last no,lovakU
one or two days before the announcement oi ^ Mwl
to sell munitions to the Nasser regime. In e"" rden of resP*
post-mortem observation does is to remove tne ^^ (he htm
for long-overdue action in the Israel-Arab an-
tions and to place total blame on Soviet ""_ atVi the
The fact of the matter is that while J fIOB above *fj
mainly with the UN's failure to rise a an *" mernbers.
national politics played by several of iU powe
Continued on Pay* 7 A


October
7, 1955
&&&!! rkzkMnn
i Southeast Region President
,c|( from N.Y. Executive's Meeting
B Ltebman, president to the Egyptians in order to keep
L'flE*" of America
** "0H from a meeting of
KSfStive committee
S'hel/m Ne York last
orted extens-
JiSon" on the M.uat.on in
liddle East.
rdins to the regional presi-
tTSllBUt] Neumann, mem-
fhe Jewish Agency.review-
ments issued by N.S
Sec-
State John Foster Dulles,
Foreign Secretary
lacmillan
and news
Ern-
from
-an said that Dr. Neumann
ad on the "truly fantastic
mance by the greatest pow-
Jearthinthe Middle Eastern
I" He said that the usually
urbable diplomats" of the
prere thrown into an atmos-
Lf Oriental confusion while
akv government of Egypt
satisfaction of viewing the
jjtion of the American State
Iment in an international
(ition for its favors."
Sunday." Dr. Neumann is
I to have observed, "it was
that the Slate Depart-"
i offering American arms
Egypt from accepting Soviet Arms.
"On Monday a British Foreign
Office spokesman vigorously cri-
ticized the State Departments
move in the following words:
American is embarking on a slip
pcry slope if it agrees to furnish
arms to a country under virtual
threat of blackmail. Where does
such a policy lead? The British of
ficial was speaking from the sad
experience of his own government
during the many years that it com-
mitted the self-same blunder in its
dealings with the Arab States."
Liebman said Dr. Neumann
made reference to Egypt's an-
nouncement that it would receive
arms from Czechoslocakia and the
Soviet Union, "while Great Brit-
ain and the United States hastened
to assure the world that the earlier
impression concerning the State
Department's intentions was mis-
taken and that there is, in fact, no
real difference of opinion between
the U.S. and Great Britain in the
matter.
I-Semitic Acts
(irminnham
piDON (JTAV A number of
jh-owneri shops in Birming-
Englaml's second la
LereTucsdas plastered with
Semitic signs in I he latest of
Ml wave of anti-Jen ish inci-
. in that cltj Police were
; Wc dnesday and a
official linked this dcvel-
it with earlier incidents.
read: Nationalist!
be world unite. You have
kg to Iom- hut your Jews "
believed that the signs were
I up by member^ of a group
t*'Birmingham National-
rjroup is also believed re-
Jftle for the painting of
I swastikas on the doors of
ningham Synagogue, the
of anti Jewish slogans
btls during the last general
campaign, and the plas-
f of "cancelled notices over
ds advertising a recent
in Birmingham of the
I Israel Philharmonic Con-
"This unfortunate spectacle, cul-
minating in Egypt's triumphant an
nouncement that it has entered
into an arms agreement with So-
viet Union and or Czechoslovakia,
is the bitter fruit of the long court-
ship of the Arab States in which
Western statesmen have been en-
gaged, often at Israel's expense.
Despite repeated warnings of
('American Zionists, the State De-
partment initiated a policy of bar-
gaining for Arab friendship with
offers of arms. We now see the
results of that policy."
Collins Proclaims
Special Observance
'londa Gov LeRoy Collins has
proclaimed Oct. 8 through 15
Emergencies Don't Wait Week
and urged all residents of this
! community and the state to join
he nat.on-wi-i,. campaign to pro-
tect their families ,,.,,
. dents.
Gov Collins declared in his pro-
(Clamation that each year more
than five million Americans of all
I ages are killed or severely injured
i by accidents in the home.
The Governor emphasized that
these fatalities may frequently be
prevented with prompt attention
and proper first aid treatment.
Gov. Collins declared in his pro-
clamation that "whereas it is the
duty of every citizen to contribute
to his own and his family's safety
by being fully prepared to deal
with these home accidents. I re-
spectfully urge all citizens of Flor-
ida to take note of the importance
of Pint-Aid practices, and strive
to learn the principles and prac-
tices of proper First-Aid, since be-
ing able to administer First-Aid
promptly can contribute to the
well-being of every citizen of our
State and of the Nation as a
whole."
Joining in "Emergencies Don't
Wait Week" will be druggists and
other retailers with store-wide die
plays of first-aid materials and
other safety precaution reminders.
The drive is indorsed by these or-
ganizations, and by Johnson and
Johnson, manufacturers of first-aid
supplies and surgical dressings,
who have sponsored "Emergency
Don't Wait" Campaigns since 1949.
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Over 80 Youth Enrolled in Program
Sponsored by Jewish Community Center
Oer 80 young peple have enroll-1 Irving Jacobson. while Leila Gross
ed in the youth program sponsored is the leader of the teen age girls'
by the North Dadc Jewish Center, group.
and Greater Miami Jewish Com-1 An auction supper highlighted
munity Center for the coming ; the initial meeting of the North
program year, according to an an-1 Dade senior coed group on Sunday
nouncement this week. Five club evening. Members of the group
were introduced to Louis Cautin,
their group advisor, and Leonard
Romney, GMJCC extension super-
groups have been organized and
are meeting with leaders provided
by GMJCC, a member agency of
'the Greater Miami Jewish Federa- visor.
tion. Israel J. Waxman is
chairman of the program.
youth
The clubs which meet regularly
at the North Dade Jewish Center
Mrs. Charles Cole is leader of jare planning programs to include
the pre teen girls' club, which celebration of Jewish holidays, so-
meets on Tuesday evenings for!<"ia|. cultural and athletic activi-
girls 10 to 12. Ott Cefkin is leader j Uea. Succoth was celebrated by the
of the newly organized North Dade i Pre teen *irls rouP b* thc decor
pre-teen boys' club. Leading the
North Dade teen age boys' club is
0ver^iam?=Sif-.Ul,e ,yp* Picturd above are scheduled
luge
" Flagler st. Tuesday. Oct. 11, just before
convBnr T0n P^de which in a highlight of the
Miami A T The Fl0 > the lirsat AF operational
* ihan 1 lerve Flvina Center officials reported to
^ world. _!n level or climbing flight and holds
8Peed record of 755.149 miles per hour.
ating the Succah for thc North
Dade Jewish Center.
A Youth Activities Committee
made up of parents and interested
members of the North Dade Cen-
ter works with Waxman in giving
direction to the program. Parent
educational programs as well as
teen age social events highlight
this extension service provided by
GMJCC
After-School Program
Now in Full Swing
After-school program for boys
and girls in the third through sixth
grades is in full swing at the
Beach Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
Youngsters in this all categary
were this week invited to join the
activities: Monday, art; Tuesday,
quiet games; Wednesday, ballet
and athletics; and Friday, athletics
and drama.
Former Nazi
Elected Mayor
Continued from Page 1 A
for human dignity. Reschkc. the
candidate of an "Electoral Bloc"
consisting of the Christian Demo-
cratic Union, the Free Democratic
Party, the German Party and the
BHE refugee party was an im-
portant government county admin-
,strator during the Nazi regime
and member of a hand picked par-
ty board working under the direct
supervision of Martin Bormann,
Hitler's deputy in charge of Nazi
Party affairs.
Agile as monkeys, busy as beesthese little girls may have
a spill before playtime is over. Mother is called on to mend
that will banish tears. To encourage the use of first aid Gov.
Collins has proclaimed "Emergencies Don't Wait Week"
a time when all medicine cabinets should have a thorough
going over to see that most-needed emergency supplies are
the scraped knee, soothe the big bump or give the first aid
on hand.
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+ fan^nrskte>r
Background of Riots Against Jews in North Africa
By LEON TAPIERO
JTA
ments on the Jewish problem in tured a letter from Meyer Tole-
Morocco-had agreed to the pub- dano a young ba JJ^ *g5
lication of a eommon dee.aration I blanea ^^ g"*
No political stand might bo group.
claimed to explain that in some | Howevor (he spiri, of the declar
cities such as Mazaean. Sr.fi an I ^^ js |he import;int thing to
Ouezzane. the rioters aimed their ((in^j(,or rt,calIpd that both lf tional claims and their aspiration
for the MCial and political evolu-
tion to which they are entitled.
This was certainly a courageous
fury especially against the Jewish JJJ^ J^^Tparfof the P*'t>on to take shortly after the
PPu'ation. I J5oroccan nationaI c m muny I attacks on Jew- in ( t*bl
both
anca and
while two thousand Jews wore still
an(
In Mazagan. for instance. 1.700' without anv discrimination;
Jews had to seek their safety hy
flying away from the
fortunately enough, the
cape before the rioters began tneir h;i(| forged.
action, breaking the doors of Jew- bepn broadcast, one mav assume opinion,
ish houses, plundering them and tha, it wouid have had no effect I fent stands as exist among tne
setting fire. whatsoever in preventing the anti- j French population.
Strange as it may sound, in Maza- Jewish attacks of August 20th. It is true that nationalist propa-
gan, Jews and Moslems are report-' since these cannot be grounded in ganda in Morocco has always ac-
ed to have generally been living political reasons. knowledged the Moroccan Jews
in a rather friendly way. This |s (rue tha, jn Casablanca. I r'Khts >" equality of citizenship.
makes all the more difficult a poli- jmon,h oar,jer hundreds of Jews The exiled Sultan, on several occa-
tical explanation of these events. I had a]so been attacked in the mcl *ons, had solemnly made the same
unless the explanation be sought in lah, and about ten Jewish shops declaration. The problem is: are
the very ancient axiom that when- and four Jewish houscs plundered these declarations enough to face
ever a mob gefs out of hand it acts and burned. It js said that these | the future with confidence.
according to the most primitive attacks originated in rumors that When the nationalists began
and deep-rooted prejudices aiming | some jewjsn youngsters had joined I fighting for the return of their
its blows especially against minor-, m ,ne European anti-Moslem vio- \ Sultan, the Jews were urged to
ities. Other reasons might be jenccs 0f jujy 15th consecutive to 'join in their demonstrations, as any
sought in the fact that Jews are ,ne Mcrs-Sultan bomb of July 14th. |other Moroccan subject. Placed be-
the only non Moslem people living Th ir1 great: numbers in the very core > Deputies immediately issued a dec-1 the Jews did not generally take
Of the Moslem districts (medmasv ]a/aUon statj Jg ,hc Jewish l any official position. They did not
t is also believed that the Arab ; communitv had ,aken rt what ..take any hostile position to the na-
League propaganda among Moroc- soever in the disturbanCes and con- tionalist claims either. As for the
cans may have fanned the flames demned every ac, of violence strikes which frequently affected
01 ratren. _..* ,j .u-. Moroccan business, there was not,
Whatever the explanation, the hV 1 lC wl' i" i in the first year, a very strong
,, ,. their side, a number of Moslem '
events in Mazagan Sat,. Ouezzane rcpres<,n(atjves intended t0 exprs
are all the more d.scour ... g rcgrets (Q ,he Jewjsh com.
munity representatives in the
course of a planned joint meeting
with the military commander of
( asablanca. But. actually, the Mos-
lem and the Jewish representatives
had separate audiences with the
military' commander.
A few days later, a Casablanca
"MarocPresse," fea-
Fridm
J^NOTK*
record when one thinks that three
days before, a group of Jewish per-
sonalities had met in Casablanca
with a number of prominent Mo-
roccan nationalists and on the
basis of the communique of the
political directors of the World
.ii wish CongreH in London con-
cerning Nationalist leaders' state-
in wspaper
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SCHOOL OF SPEECH AND DRAMA
Under the direction of
ESTER D0R00NI BREZO
Formerly director of the Juvenile Actors' Repertory of Carnegie Hall and
the Junior Classic Guild of the Master Institute of United Arts, Inc., of
N.Y.C. and formerly instructor of Children's Theater at the University
of Miami.
Classes offer a complete cultural training that stimulates latent powers
of expression both physical and oral. This course includes Creative
Interpretation. Voice Building, Diction (International Phonetic System),
Dramatic Readings and Play Rehearsal.
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pressure put on Jews, especially
the little shopkeepers, to join in
the strikes. But, in the course of
this year, some Jewish shopkeep-
ers were shot, as Moslem ones
would be. for having opened their
shops or sold boycotted goods, and
ever since, the Jews joined in the
strikes, for the same reason as
most Moslem shopkeepers: fear.
When a riot occurred last year
in Pet it jean where several Jews
were killed and their bodies burn-
the middle of the street, the Is-
lal Party sent letters to the
sh community and distributed
pamphlets assuring them that it
had no responsibility in those mur-
ders.
In the course of recent years, a
group of young independent Jews
who looked forward to contacts
with the nationalists, had the oc-
casion to meet them under the aus-
pices of a French and Moroccan or-
ganization "Les Amities Maro-
Caines." An effort has thus been
made to bring the nationalist lead-
ers to think of the Jewish question.
The intended joint declaration
mentioned earlier ia another in-
stance of this endeavor of some
Jewish personalities to secure a
climate of comprehension.
Now, events are moving faster.
The French Government invited to
Aix-les-Bains Jacques Dahan, Secre-
tary General of the Jewish Board
of Deputies and Dr. Leon Benza-
jquen. prominent member of the
i Casablanca Jewish Community. Be-
fore they left, the deputation de
dared: "The time for action can-
not be postponed any longer. The
dilemma is clear" either to go
deeper in the direction of hatred
and fear, or to find a sensible solu-
tion to the Moroccan problem."
On its side, the World Jewish Con-
greaa deeming it essential that it*
opinion on the Moroccan solutions
be heard at Aix-lcs Hams, has dele-
gated Meyer Toledano to go there
Whatever the results of the Aix
les Bains conference, whatever the
future status of the Jews in a new
Morocco, the problem remains .,f
the precariousness of ti. tartan
position and the problem of Jews
leaving the country as they please.
Anti-Semitism |a not 0f C0Urse a
specific Moslem feeling. The fact
that there are still among the
European population those who
shout at a Resident General and
Ambassadeur of France "Go away
you dirty Jew" (even though a
President Grandval does not be-
long to the Jewish community),
gives evidence of it. In any demo
cratic country, every citizen has a
Harry Kosnnsky
Kosansky Named
Commission Head
Harry Kosansky has been
elected director of the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Mrs. Herman Klausnor, chairman,
and Maurice Pilsk, co-chairman.
Kosansky attended Long Island
University and Brooklyn College,
from which he received his BA de-
gree, with a major in sociology and
psychology He recently received
his Masters degree at the School of
Social Work of Wayne University,
having also studied in the gradu-
ate department of community or-
ganization at Yeshiva University.
A graduate of the Herzliah He-
brew High School, Kosansky at-
tended the Herzliah Teachers
Academy for one year. Kosansky is
a member of Young Israel of
Brooklyn and the American Asso-
ciation of Group Workers. Te has
worked in a supervisory capacity
with tht Hillel Foundation of City
College-Downtown. New York; the
Williamsburgh YM & WHA and at
Camp Tamarack in Michigan.
right to leave the country and set-
tle wherever he is able to. Would
that be the case tomorrow, for
Jewish Moroccan citizens, who wish
to avoid exposure to possible mob
fury, even if the general situation
of these Jewish citizens is satisfac-
tory? That is the question.
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUT n
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORll
CHANCERY. W?}-
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To il.AHADKI.l, K WILK'JJ
SJ3 Weal r,i-i s,
Hawthorne '..iif.uiiii
TOL' ARE IIKRKBT X01
that 11 Hill of 'omplaint for
hM been fill ,1 ngalmt )ow
H, f l.ilcli\ I,-(|III!H| lOMTeiJ
of your annwer I.. th RO ea
plain, ..,. Ih.' pUlnUfl
IH VAI, PLAGO .i>'\ vs. i.i |
Road, Ulan Beai Kioridv
the 01 iuin '1 inpwer in tht C,
the Clerk "f il # CTrrttft O.n
before the 4th day r,i v v. ,
In defauli -if which ll
plaint will be ,.ikn at
aualnsl s .u
DATED thio Irt .ly of
I' 1! I.KATHEBW
Clerk ..f ,he i'i <
Bj i: II RICE Ji
is. ,n iifpa:?
10/7-11-21
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO A 1,1. To Wllo.M THESE PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.1. COMB, UREETINOS
M'bereaa,
.1 i. OABIN, MIAMI. FLORIDA
I.II.i.ian NOVIKOH
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SIANI.KV I.EVITi II.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
did ii the Z6th flay Of Se|ileiiil.ei.
A I' !!'.:'. cstuaa t" l^' Ineorporatea
the provision* ( Cteptei
Florida Statute*. UABIN COS-
"JTRL'CTION CO., a <rlon. with
Ita priiu i|Ml |i1mi ot huxlnea* at .Mi-
ami. I >.!!.- .oiinty. in the State of
Florida, and where*a the atookholdera
of kui ii rorporatloi .u of s. i'i.-nilicr, A.P l:.i. cauae
,.. be filed in the office of the Secre-
taiy of State of the State of Florida,
Consent of all the to*kholdern un-
der th.- pr..\ Ixtoaa Florida Slalulea. mIkiwIhk the ili.-.-"
'I nl Kiifh corpor i"ii
Now. tlieicfnri .- Ihe Sr.i'l.iM "I
sim.- dfMM her.by certify t<> the f"i>-
aoini and ilwt he in nils(l>'l ih.ii
ili. i.'i......iii.-nta "f law have been
. "i.ipli.-.l with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
ha\e hereunto s.-t aay hand
and l>a\e affixed the Oreat
S.ul "f ,', SI.if. "f H.Tiil.i.
at TalUhiisi.ee. the Capital,
(hi* the Thirtieth da> "I S.-p-
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C A iMtAY
iSKM.i Me.r.iaiy of State
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51112
Nnfflrt Ii hereby given lli.it MAX R.
SILVER, Trustee holder M asaliriie.-
..f City "I Mi..mi Tax Sale Certificate
Nil.nl..-nl fi:,, ,!.(,.,I the ll "**J '
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and baa made ap-
I
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tied in i ..'! Couniy.
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Book .".. I'ase 7.1. In the CRj
Mian COUM) "f Kiide. Stale <>f
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aaseasntfHit of as id pro pert]
dei the Certificate laxUfsl M In the
name ..f I NKNOW.V. I'nleaa said
Car title* t* -hull be n da*iiad sccord-
ina to law. tax deed will laswe thereon
n the ath dav of November. A.D.
Hated thin 4th day of October, A.D.
I H I.EATIIERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Itadc County. Ftortda.
By N. C. art'ERRBTT.
'Circuit Court Saal) Deputy Clerk
19/7-14-II-H 11/4
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NOTICE TO CREOITCW
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CM
IN ANO FOR DAOE 0*'"'
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No
In Re: ESTATE OK
MtA Ri iKENZWEIfl '
To All I "ledili'l ..Mil All i
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notified and requ "> F*
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DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BV
AUTHORITY OF THE 51
OF FLORID*
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Attorney for app
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IH JHE MIDDLE Of MUDDY MILS'
+l&*ist>nr)r*irto
L H0f IH THE Mtou w muuui nw
Ks Synagogue Washed Away-But Holiday Observed
> hnvs in Korea continued their Rosh
lV0 ,' in a <'atholic chapel when their
"-vnaeoisue in a tent" was washed away
, ;, after the first night of the Jew.sh
Ef a letter from Lt. Douglas
"" Miami Beach lo his parents.
>ht in the middle of the muddy hills
M lUi'h bovs gathered together under
ETu TJStehii f."'"'r and mo,ner- Mr and Mrs-
' i fi'W ln,h st "There were Ca-
lfi?wi.h boys from all parts of the United
fcfie even had a Jewish boy from the
V! mv Services were held under three 60-
ffie bulbs. 1 have never seen a more im-
I service.
Lng chaplain of Yeshiva University con-
Pin orthodox service. Some of the worship*
IvPled mx hours on back of a truck to get to
gjjgue. We all learned a lesson in faith
. shall never forget.
i strange it w m ,ne neart of Korea to
, sound of the Shofar fill the air.
iki storm on Friday night knocked down
^drenching the prayer books and shawls.
stop the boys? They came for service
and they were going to have one. Early next morn
The young lieutenant, assigned to the Judge
Advocates office, informed his parents 1 would
fr.h0VS ^w11? ,WUh y0U "" ,!""h a">a. But
. i'J.u"1 th8t CUld Witness '" action
as 1 did this week. The boys who came to service
were there because they wanted to pray and not
because their parents wanted them there Even
those with little education in Hebrew sang with
such a determination, the Rabbi commented it
sounded like a Young Israel service in Brooklyn'
,HD0.Ugi^,a grtadua, of University of Miami Law
School. 1953. He took post graduate courses in
Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School and entered
the army in December. 1954. He was made first
lieutenant when he joined the Judge Advocated
office in Korea this spring. The family has lived in
greater Miami for 12 years.
Unable to purchase New Year's cards, the boys
resorted to ingenious methods to send messages
Kaplan's card shows a photo of him seated in front
of a large "Happy New Year, Doug Kaplan, Korea
1955" placard.
rer Report Surveys Future U.S. Aid Policy to Israel
Jf.TON ( J T A ) A
Commission report on ov-
(tonomic operations has
future United States aid to
liith American foreign pol-
jves with respect to te-
nsions of an extensive
I aid to Israel and other
were made known in
ort by the bod\ which is
I known as the Tommis-
Organization of the Ex-
Branch of the Govern-
and which i- under the
hip of former President
Herbert Hoover. The report was
transmitted to Congress. It said:
"Whether or not future aid to
Israel other than technical as-
sistance should be continued de-
pends on United States foreign
policy objectives with respect to
the future of that country. Im-
mediate objectives have been
reached. Immigration has stop-
ped, temporarily at least. The
country is not in acute financial
distress or in danger of becoming
so in the immediate foreseeable
future. There is no serious in-
Page 7 A
Latest Attempt to Close Dachau
Fails in Face of French Pact
imI?.NK ''JA) T The lalcst at" Durial Places ot and memorials to
tempt by Herr Junker, commis-
sioner for the county of Dachau
to have the Dachau crematorium,
where hundreds of thousands of
Jews were murdered by the
Nazis, closed to visitors, ended in
failure in the Bavarian Parlia-
ment Wednesday.
Herr Junker, who introduced a
motion in the provincial li
ture to dose down the museum at
the former death camp, said tha*
he wanted to keep the commem-
oration oi Nazi victims "within
bound- He said that the name
of the town of Dachau had been
brought into disrepute through-
out the world as a result of the
publicity which the camp had re-
ceived.
He withdrew his motion, how-
ever, after it was pointed out to
him that a recent Bonn-Paris
agreement obligating the West
German Government to preserve
Nazi victims on their original
state. Before he withdrew his
motion, Herr Junker came under
attack from Social Democrats and
members of his own Christian
Democratic Party. Later, on a
motion by Herr Junker, it was
agreed to erect a memorial con-
sisting of a cross and a Star of
David on a hill overlooking the
SHORT CIT
TO LEARNING
SPANISH
ITALIAN
or any other
Spoken
Language
DR. C M. CASALS
formerly of
UNIVERSITY Of HAVANA ana
UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI
Telephone 12-0775
111 II WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
s* finally envision as a solution the inevitable adoption of
tUeplan. This was a nostalgic reminiscenceone that stood
fade with her fleeting reference to the fact that she is no
i member of the IS. delegation.
(two are a matter of shoddy diplomacyMr. Lie's resignation
** of Soviet pressure. Mrs. Roosevelt's removal by Mr. Eisen-
i one of his first official acts in office. But the great lady stands
Rethese base matters. There is a vision in her still beautiful
Insion of world peace monitored by the United Nations, and
I nurtures and protects against what history had better record
[early criticism of an infant organization.
vision has flown with her across many lands andjias been set
any peoples bj Mis Roosevelt's courage and humanity. In its
I.the IN will be ,i monument to her name.
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ternal weakness in Israel thai
would invite Arab attack; and no'
important pressures within Israel
to attack the Arab states. There
is no immediate apparent danger
that the armistice agreement ob-
ligation of the United States
(along with that of Britain and
France) to maintain the present
boundaries between Israel and
the Arab states will lead to the
involvement of this country."

Morris W. Weinberg, C.P.A.
Max P. Fold, C.P.A.
announce the formation of the partnership
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509 Ainsley Building
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October 1, 19SS
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*Je*stnurMton
GLOBAL SHORTS Towle Throws Hat
Three KiUed, Nine W.d,d S... ef Anm ,. Arb, I COmmiSSIOIl King
JERUSALEM (WNS) Throe
persons were killed and nine were
wounded on Thursday when Arab
grenades. The bus was ambushed
near Meiron in northern Israel
while on its way from Safad to
Haifa. The Lebanese border lies
eight miles north of Meiron, and
the Syrian frontier is 12 miles to
the east
Charles F Towe, Miami business
In Arab Attack on Bus Denied by Soviet Government mM iBd ...m,,,-. ls ;, candidate tor ,
JERUSALEM (WNS) Denial the Miami city commission in
that it has either sold or negotl croup 3.
ated the sale of arms to the Arab Tov le was horn near Richmond,
infiltrators opened fire on a crowd! countries was made by a spokes ,,, ann- attended Taylor I'niver
ed bus with submachine guns and man of the Soviet Foreign Minis >|t> Indiana, and Lincoln I mver
try in reply to a personal inquiry sllv Tennessee
made by Yosef Avidar. Israeli Am-, \\v VMW- t Miami in 1924. after
basaador in Moscow, it was dis st.rvjng as a vocational teacher in ,
closed here in a statement by the Richmond and working in the :
Israeli Foreign Ministry. Reveal printing trade in Baltimore and
ing that Ambassador Avidar made Knoxville. He was a charter mem-
a personal call on A. Zaitsev. di- j \#r of the Michigan City, Indiana
rector of the Near and Middle; Typographical I'nion in 1912.
Eastern Department of the Soviet | *The candidate is a member of
Foreign Ministry, the statement Miami Typographical I'nion No.
asserts that Mr. Zaitsev replied 1430. and a delegate to the Daae
that he was authorized to state COunty Central Labor union from
that local.
Believe U.S. Doesn't Want
Territorial Change for Israel
WASHINGTON (WNS) State
Department officials have assured
Israel Embassy circles here that
Secretary of State Dulles' recent
speech on Arab-Jewish peace does fan"j'asjes
not envisage unilateral or drastic
territorial changes. Israel officials
here, who are still conferring with
State Department officials on the
Dulles policy statement, have stat-
ed that fears on this point expres-
sed in the Israel press are un-
founded.
that claims made of Soviet readi
Beta to sell arms to the Arab
countries 'were devoid of any
foundation and were nothing but
Towle is a member of the execu-
tive board of the Community
Chest, the Blood Bank and Dade |ate Walter Hoyt in 1947
Charles F. Uwlt
Citizen, of which he is president
and editor, from the estate of the
17 Jews Listed Among
World's Outstanding People
NEW YORK CWNS) <>f the 100
people making history in the world
today, l" are Jews, it \$ disclose I
l j Look magazine in an article
bj D nald Robinson, former chief
irian for the V S Militarj rnn Compiled on
the lev,
i-h n i the list constitute 17
the total a i I the
minute proportion ol Jews to the
total population of the world
Sweden Admits More DP's;
Some Are TB Victims
STOCKHOLM (JTA) Eleven
Jewish families, consisting of 24
persons, are being admitted to
Sweden from Austria as part of
this country's DP acceptance pro-
County Tuberculosis Association.
He is a member of the Miami Ex-
change Club. Biscayne Bay Lodge
, of Masons and Mahi Shrine.
Towle is also a member of the
Miami City Employees Retirement
Board
The candidate established the
printing business which bears his
name in lf25. and operated it with
gram. Some of them are tubercu ,he fjrst Mrv T()W|e unt,i her sud-
losis victims. The
the total numbe
under the Swedish rehabilitation
scheme to 630.
The group b/mgs den passjng jn 1951.
,r (,f "P's admitted! He purchased the
Miami Labor
Towle re-married two years ago,
choosing as his bride the widow of
the late Roy W. Singer. They re-
side at 599 NW 38th st. He has one
son. Charles F. Towle, Jr., a nurs-
eryman in the City of Miami Parks
Department, and four step-chil-
dren. Mrs. Mack Adams. Mrs. Val
Bunetta. Bernard Stein and Joy-
Singer.
Report Jewish Merchants
Suffering in Istanbul Riots
LONDON WNS) Propertj
je running to 5(H) million
Turkish lira was suffered bj Istan gious conscience of
bul Jewish merchants during the whatever his faith.*1
recent anti-Greek riots In that citv l---------------------------
New Argentine President
Pledges Religious Freedom
r.i ENOS URES (JTA Presi
If, Gen Eduardo Lonardi,
head ol Argentina new govern-
ment, pledged here to respect"
all religions in the eountrj and t i
guarantee their rii-hts In .1 state
"icm in winch he referred to the
in 1.1 worship, the Piw ision-
ii President said: it will he my
constant purpose to keep unalter
el the respect and the guarantee
"I rights Of the church and reli-
eve! > bod)
Groundbreaking Ceremony for New
Paper Mill Company in Broward
S^Octob^^
Visitln9^^
Wl" Honored
No'!h Shore u^
B'n,h W Part f ^ *
PrKram- will *
A.nuT,Cjn Leg10nnajresallj
Renter on ThurM, "1
13. Jerome G. Grecne "Jl
announced.
Irving Breakstone 1
S departB comB3
minoia, and Richard J?
trict commander for ^
be awarded Certified
by the Lodge. They J
address the group on the eai
live roles taken by BnaT]
and the American Legij
tional veterans- affairs.
Control!
' N IIT MIMTUlSl
nnRMHainuinag|'
Phone 91761
TRULY N0lEN,,r
Groundbreaking cere monies
were held last week at Hollywood
lor the new 38.000-squsre fool
plant ol Pan American Paper Mills
( orporation. The company, which
is headed by 1 A (Abel Durbin of
Miami, plans an eventual expert
sum ol the new plant facility to
kki.(mm) square ted
The plant will be South Flor-
Ida's lirst tissue mill and will per
and Izmir, according to reports re-, Tr;_J -I am c 1 ei here ti.s week. Hiotir.K,nal Am*erdam Catholic
In Orphan Case Postponed
AMSTKRDAM (JTA) Th
mobs which began their activties
demonstration against the
k population over the Cyprus
issue later turned on the Armeni-
ans, Jews and others
Sales activities will also be carried
on throughout the Latm American
area Durbin declared that all raw j
materials and manufacturing sup
plica will be purchased locally to
the greatest possible extent. The
plant will be staffed with technical
personnel having is much as 25
years of experience in this field
Clean, uncluttered, modern plant
n and landscaping will make
:
torn all manuftcunng operations th* huilding and surrounding area
ot a 52-year-old Catholic woman
Charged with kidnapping and hid-
ing a 14-year-old Jewish war or-
phan. Anneke Beekman. opened
here and was immediately post-
poned until Oct. 10, because of
necessary to convert raw pulp into
toilet tissue, napkins, towelling
and other similar paper products.
The building; to be located in Hol-
lywood on a seven-acre site with
ial its own railroad siding, represents
a capital investment of over SI
harmonize with Florida building
patterns. The new plant is sched-'
uled to be in actual production by
March 15. 1956.
In addition to Durbin, who is
the president, the company's offi-
cers are Sidney Pepper, vice pres
ADEIPHIA BUS
SCHOOL
2343 P0NC DE LEON U
Phone HI 4-3252
School Subjects ot Sin
Day School 8:30 1*
t Shorthand & Typing 101
{ Bookkeeping & Typing 101
I Bookkeeping I
I Shorthand |
I Typewriting i 1
{ EVENING SCHOOL at Sl.QUI
000.000 and mark* the entrance of|ident; Jerry Krongold, treasurer;
a new heavy industry on the South | and Leo A. Gross, secretary. The 1
Synagogue Aboard German
Built Ship Dedicated
SOUTHAMPTON, England
(JTA) The small synagogue i are Ilv'' others, til of whom have'
new corporation's stock is 100 per
cent locally owned. Many of the
plant's officers and board mem
ird the SS Israel, Israel's new- Pleaded not guilty The girl, whose
est and largest passenger liner, disappearance they are charged
built in Germany under the terms Iwitn abetting, has not yet been
ol the reparations agreement, eras 'ound.
dedicated here, just before the ves-----------------------------
sel left for Haifa, by British chief -- u- .. ...
Rabbi Israel Brodie who was u Unit*a Hias Service Month'
sisted by Rabbi If. Newman, the
ship's rabbi Present at the cere-
mony were Israel Ambassador Eli
ahu Klath and representatives of
Florida industrial scene.
The plant's production will be
I merchandised statewide through n have"'rc^ed''in "scTuth Flo'r-
attorney Accused along with her. | re8u'ar wholesale trade channels, ida for over 30 years.
' '
the Southampton Jewish commu
Proclaimed by Mayor Wagner
NEW YORK (WNS) Mayor
Robert F Wagner of this citv has
proclaimed the month of October
as "United hias Service Month"

. zhL?r:ni:t,he ^ymm-;" ">'> Si aMS.
with a kiddush cup.
The Jewish Digest'
To Moke Appearance
HOUSTON. TEXAS-A new in-
dependent monthly magazine.
"The Jewish Digest." will make
its debut on Oct. 15. it was an-
nounced here this week by I). H.
White, publisher of the new maga-
zine. A private venture, the maga-
zine will have its publication and
editorial offices at 1719 Caroline
St.. Houston, Texas.
"The new magazine will digest
the best features and articles from
Jewish and general publications
the world over." White said in
announcing the project. "It will
also include original articles, trans-
lations from French, German,
Spanish, Hebrew and Yiddush. the
best of the Jewish classics, and
book condensations.
"The 'Jewish Digest' will have
no axe to .grind. It will serve only
a an editorial mirror reflecting
the total picture of Jewish life and
will provide the reader with a uni-
que and much-needed opportunity
ed by Ben Touster. president of
the migration organization. Arthur1
Greenleigh, executive director, and
other officials. Official opening of
the United HIAS Service Month
was to take place on Oct. 4 at I
ceremony where Borough Presi-
dent Hulan Jack changed the AstOf
Place street sign to read "United
HIAS Service Place
of keeping abreast of the contem-1 na"ced the publication of Encyclo-
porary Jewish scene and catching I ^Coped".^3'"' IS-*?-*"1*--
up on the treasures of the past." jguage.
Pre-War German Jewish
Leader Dies in New York
NEW YORK (JTA)-Jakob Cold->
schmidt. international financier
art collector and philanthropist.
died at his home here Friday He ;
was born in Germany in 1882 and
came to this country in 1936 A
target of the Nazis even before
they came to power, in 1933 Mr
Goldsehmidt left Germanywhere ;
he had become one of the most
successful financiers and leaders
of industryand spent three years
in various European capitals be-
fore coming to the United States;,
and becoming a citizen in 1944 I
Active in the Jewish community1
lfSK*LK: *** fi V.al Phll"P. model and television personality, and Leo Robin-
in the German Ian-
DubbinIZ x T\ n ,he,DaM *"k. watch as I. A. (Abe)
atlir 1' Pan A"* Paper Mill. Corp.. break.
Paoer mX J9 Z^^? f buUdina for Pan American
Faper Mills plant which wUl be located in South Broward.
Salesman Stops
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Oaober^lfSS
;tone Named National Chairman
Of NCCJ Brotherhood Week Fete
Firestone.
.. Jr., chair
2 chief executive of the
Cite 4 Rubber ComMny,
SffWS
; u>' w'"26?spon-
",hc National Conference
Kand Jew* \nnounce-
Kde Thursday by Ben-
hlrless, former
if
board
Si eel Corpor-
H of the I'S.
Roecr W. Straus, board
American Smeltim and
Ll industrialist co-chair-
he National Conference.
same time it was an-
that Louis B Seltzer, edi-
fhe Cleveland Press, would
| vice chairman of the an-
rvance.
I posts, Firestone and Selt-
"lead the nation in the 23
10n of Brotherhood Week,
jested in 1934 by Monsig-
McMenamin, a Catholic
Denver. Who proposed
National Conference of
_ and Jews organize a
Jeriod when the people of
jous groups in the United
invited to consider to-
%t need and implications
motherhood ideal.
*ir fir cooperation, the two
i!! enroll leadership
rhoori Week committees
ig schools and colleges,
and synagogues, commu-
wps. labor-management
and the media of mass
ications
* and Seltzer have
n active in the work of
;onal Conference of Chrfy-
id Jews [n 195] and 1952.
it served as cochairman of
gious nrsani/ations com-
lor Brotherhood Week, rc-
ihe brotherhood award
Harvey S. Firestone, Jr.
* Jewish fhjridirir
Reservations Due
For Luncheon
*ta Levin* and Tc~s. soio-
|mon. chairman of the Committee
for the National President's
, Luncheon, announced that all res
[TVationi for seats at the lunch-
eon must be made this week
L M.M,la'r W1" '"' hitfhliijht of
tnc JW\ national convention and
will be held at the Delano hotel
Miami Beach, on Friday, (>ct 28'
*
Kay Lingaton, of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Auxiliary, has been
appointed chairman of the Disaster
Belief Fund committee which
seeks to raise money to aid flood
! victims in New England. Assist
ancc can be sent to her at 141 East
62nd at, Hialeah.
* *
A regular meeting of the Coral
, Gables Auxiliary No. 243 will be
held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 11,
at the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
*
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
and Auxiliary Uo. 174 will meet on
Wednesday evening, Oct. 12, at
j 17th ave. and Flagler st. The Aux-
iliary meets at 1947 West Flagler
st.
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]
Miami Delegates Attend Education
Conference Called by Gov. Collins
Florida Conference on Educa- more adequate adult education
tion, called by Gov. LeRoy Collins program for Florida. Superinten-
and State School Superintendent. dent Bailey reviewed the most
Thomas D. Bailey, concluded a pressing of school needs and cited
two-day meeting in Tallahassee the lack of public awareness of the
late last week. The conference was seriousness of the problem,
a preliminary to the White House The group divided into four sec-
Conference in Washington called tions for discussion of specific
Honored by B'nai B'rith for outstanding service to higher edu-
cation, B'nai B'rith and the Jewish community is Dr. Abram
Leon Sachar, center. The retiring chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Hiliel Commission is seen above receiving the President's
Medal for Humanitarianism from Philip M. Klutznick, world
president of B'nai B'rith. Looking on is Dr. William Haber,
who succeeds Dr. Sachar as chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel
Commission. The President's Medal is one of the highest
awards granted by B'nai B'rith. Dr. Sachar is a distinguished
historian and president of Brandeis University. His work on
behalf of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel Foundations covers almost
three decades during which he served as national director
from 1933-48. Dr. Haber has been vice chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Hiliel Commission since 1945. He is a profesor of eco-
nomics at the University of Michigan and president of the
Central Board of the world ORT Union.
by President Eisenhower to meet
in November.
Delegates from this area includ-
ed Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation League: Seymour Samet,
Southeast regional director of the
contributes to better hu-! American Jewish Committee; Mrs.
lauon- Seltzer was na-; Ma,vina w Liebman, director of
tainnan of the newspaper eicrneritary education for the
m or Brotherhood Week Greater Miami Board of Public ,n.
S,lSK TfiVeJ al T^'faction: Mrs. David Catsman and
jtofhigh the torch of un-;Mrs Robert LewU_
ind lighting the way
ofill races and creeds."
Tpting the post of nation-
Firestone declared
annual Brotherhood
[observance has been "a
land vital force in promot-
)ter understanding and co-
i among all the people of
Dtry.
i a period of renewed de-
i to the time honored prin-
makc our nation a
ftd of democracy."
Gov. Collins urged the more
than ISO educators and laymen to
give serious consideration to
school problems in order to lay
the foundation for the national
conference. He particularly stress-
ed the need for consideration of a
up Meef/ng
Nrship meeting of the
panch, Greater Miami Jew-
cmunity Center, will be
i Thursday. Oct. 13, it was
1 announced by Stuart Win-
f*n Branch planning coun-
nan. This will be the first
|*s of monthly membership
I which will include enter-
speakers and social ac-
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*le*i*tiFk)ri Committee Names
Sachs Chairman
Jacob Siulis was Ibis week uni-
m.HiNiy reelected chairman <>f the
Kneseth Israel educational com-
mittee, according to an announce-
ment by Abraham Kinestone. pres-
ident Sachs has been active with
the Hebrew school since its incep-
tion.
The board of education, which Is
in charge of the administration
and mangement of the Kneseth
Israel Hebrew school, moved to
open a Sunday school data for
boys and girls. Mvn and six ye its
ol age as a preparatory clai tor
future attendance in the Hebrew
BChOOr. The Class will open on Oct.
16
The Hebrew school, which meets
Sunday through Thursdaj ol each
week, this year witnessed Its larg
st registration, Firestone si
istration for new students will
continue through Oct h> The He-
brew school staff consists of Rabbi
and Mrs Sherwin Stauber, who re
cently arrived from New York to
assume their duties at Kneseth
Israel.
Cantor Abraham Self is in
charge of the Bar Mitzvah class
and musical instruction Rabbi
Jonah E Caplan, spiritual leader
i : the congregation, is advisor and
consultant to the education com-
mittee.
Obituaries
Blood Donor Day
Scheduled at Beth David
Beth David Men's Club will con-
duct its semi-annual Blood Donor
l).i\ on Sunday morninu. Oct 16
from 9:30 am to 11:30 a.m. at
Beth David Auditorium, announc-
ed Charles Z. Spingarn. Blood
Hank chairman.
Serving with Spingarn as mem-
bers of the committee are Morris
\t kms. Nathan Games and Louis
Rosenson.
A Mt. Sinai mobile unit will bo
set up in the auditorium, and mem-
bers ot the Men's Club and con
gregation will participate.
A Sisterhood and P.T.A. commit-
tee composed of the Mesdame-
Michael Covin, Richard Herold.
Archie Mendelson. Samuel Ostrow
sky and Gu Shaw, headed by Mrs.
Spingarn, Will serve breakfast to
donors
Dr. Tscharna Rayss. only
woman full professor at the
Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, is currently being sa-
luted by her colleagues on the
i university faculty, govern-
\ ment leaders and representa-
tives of Israel's fishing indus-
try for her devoted service to
the country during a career
that spans 30 years. The oc-
casion is especially signifi-
I
cant for Dr. Rayss, since she
was present at the opening of
the Hebrew University on
Mount Scopus in 1925, as an
aspirant to a post on the yet-
formed science faculty.
Second Training Course
Slated at Viscaya
Robert Tyler Davis, director of
Viscaya, has announced that a sec-
ond training course for volunteer
guides w,|| tart at Vi/caya on
Monday, Oct IT. and continue on
Monday and Wednesda) mornings,
for four weeks
Davis will give eight lectures to
a group of 20 Greater Miami worn
en who have signed up lor this
vear's coins,'
The lectures cover the principles
of museum guiding, the history of
Viscaya and the designs and decor-
ative styles of the 16th. 17th and
18th centuries used in the house
and gardens.
LAURA C. RAHN
\u :. .!,-.
In ., i i-a lwwj.lt.it
Uj i,. h Mb ml. J.....b "" '', '"
,.,i lu-n it
Ron an.l Mi C'an.l U.hhI l<
%u \|,/ .hi I Mm h
K Ml M.iMliln
11 ,, ,., H inn v. r. rirook-
N s i...... owl
,,, |-|, ,. ,.. i h|'l.
THERESA OREENBCRG
i .* \-, w. r.jn'l m iiif ii
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. i.,.. |.|i s i,.. wr. I
| Rt lllvi le-l M<
. in.-fit in VV ...
I, u i-|. t*(
HARRY BLAU
,i ,,f .; Mli u'"' '
,, r>ry *!'
ii. ii, re miii yeru .<*"
\. ., Iik .-. 11 s .i in.
, i Mi,,, i I'. |i Ii Rika I.'mIl.- .iinl U
Burvlvon in. in.i.. ins
M ,i ii,., da "" -oi'i
l ;. il ii
Rlvei i'i'
m, ,,.... '. Ith Inter-
in \u Ni bo
MRS HANNAH BERKOWITZ
i ii i .i .... died B, i't M>
,k., fi i.iii New
Beth
ii Hurvlvlng are
),,., i, ...i, ,.,.i .i i .i .ii. : Berk-
.. i> i three dauflitera, Mn Rob-
,,.,.i m Milton Cole,
rk, N .' and Mi tCllaabeth K"
in. n H.....kl) ii Ben Ii i Bun-
da, |n Hi i h Memorial
n .Hi burial in Mi Mn i Cam-
^^^^
JACOB HUTTER
, \ ive., died F Ida i Ha
, mil.- hei i '-" from New
and belonged lo Miami H.-ai-h
Knlghta "t Pythian [ I hi i 1,1 fellow* i'i it. i i.hi l^'ilejr of
v.w y,,u II. leave* nla wife, Anna;
brothel -. Im luriltuj Moi 11 Mi-
|: i, h and tw" aletei Bel*<'>"
. h indaj Ii Riven Ide M. u h M. -
iii burial in Ml !
ni i i'. meti rj
MRS SADIE K. LEIBOWITZ
10, died here Bundaj RIveraMe-
I tear I li i : i 'hapa i ;i- In i hmraja
.11 I .. IlK.Mll.lll.s
Meeting Announced
Irvm Saks. Ben Ourion Branch
ol Farband president, announced
Wednesday a meeting of the or-
ganization scheduled for Oct. 12 at
Beth Kl Congregation. Dr. A .1
Ishlan will be chairman of the
evenii
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
fSone JE 1 3595
MARTIN GAL
red lewelei who' came here
aajo From Bayalde, I. I died
Sepi IS, Burvlvora Include hi> wife,
Ini and ,i daucnter Mra Helen
,\ both "f Miami Bet \ Icea ejere
PYtda) In RJveralde-Baach Memorial
i i...... :, with burial i" Ml Mabo Cam*

CHARLES ELKMAN
57, of IM1 13th at., Miami Elaai h,
a t.ix attorney who lived bare i"
v.:,:-. died Hept II He waa a mem-
ber erf Miami Hen h HlbttHMia l^ntlte
J75, FaVAM, kmlata anil Temple
Emanu-RL He leave* ion, Richard,
Miami Reach, and Uv HlHrr. Herv-
Icm were Bept :" In Rlveralde-Beach
Memorial Chapel, nh iniii.il in Mt
Nebo Cemetery.

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October
7, 1955
^Je**isl>ncrSaUar?
, Board Picks
finer Chairman
R Liebman, president
touthea^t region of the
Saniation of America.
ff reported trie election
rirthur Pekelner as chair.
RKwth Florida ZOA co-
ling board.
L vice chairmen at a mect-
" WCie Herbert R. Limck.
riedman and Morris Kr.stal.
GoM-orm will ^rve as
.. and Sheldon I-elchuk.
L al-o revealed the in
i of a ZOA membership
. in the Greater Miami
fcommence Oct IS and to
[ough Nov. 15. .
Btructor Teaches
nple Israel
j Appel. instructor in the
I Department of the Univer-
Mami. began the first adult
[school class sponsored by
irael Sunday.
Bions are conducted by
,jeph Narot and Appel
I with religious and histori-
of Judai-m of special
to American Reform
[the topics to be discussed
itober are The Bible and
llogY," "The Origin of
and its Meaning," and
in Modern Jewish
It"
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catessen. 170 NW 5th St., Miami, are shown with their spiri-
tual leader, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg of Beth David Congre-
gation, breaking ground for their new kosher catering estab-
lishment, which has not yet been named. The new company
is constructing a building exclusively fpr kosher catering at
Bar Mitzvahs. weddings and parties of everv type. Harold
Marcus, of Marcus Construction Co., said the building will be
ready for operation in November.
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First in town to know of Col. Jack Arvay's ar-
rival and brief visit here was Leo Robinson. .
Col. Jack phoned Loo to say that he had come in
fn.m Chicago, not yet to open his home in Miami
Beach, but to stay at the Saxony for a few days. .
Prior to his arrival here, he attended a meeting
to form plans for the national Democratic conven-
fawTfor Chicago IB Au(
Edith to help open their Rivo Alto residence.
sometime in early December, with Col. Jack will
and Karen. .'!
whose rifling hairdo makes her beautifully feminine, has
... 2 thc hurdles in the waters of Biscayne Bay has been Olympic
N mi Wall- Dubbed by husband Dr. Norman Wall the "Marilyn
UnfSports'' ~hc is now an Amer'can citizen and member of the
t^lml..: le; n in St. Anton, Austria. .
r -, getting ready for the coming competition this winter and
Ther vacation here exercised mainly to strengthen her ski legs
' Normjn is i hief of medicine in Good Samaritan Hospital. Potts-
fpa With him and Naomi at the Balmoral were children Jay, 7.
19
i shouldersnd has even fallen over a 25 foot
ihe i> reall) al homo with danger. She worked as an intelli-
I r with trie British RAF during World War II met her hus-
, then Palestine.
L iat< > June) have accepted bids from Alpha
1 the tniversity of Alabama. They are Gail Rich-
Li J net Fir>ke!or. .
Jail', the daughter of tha Sidney Richmans. 737 ParaditO, Coral
are Mr. end Mrs. Maurice Finkelor, 624 Pa-
li G I les
Kun'e! Hirsch Pick won't return for a while to her Palm Island
even though shi in Florida right now. .
tn :,.; -<> 'I from her Kuropean tour thai the went right
town Palm Beach Windsor hotel to rest. .
luriel's shipmates, whom she had met in Paris before sailing, wan
Clifton Webb, just bark from Spain where he ma.le a film, and
(ther. whom he calls Mother Dear. .
ktrial says Mother Dear was enchanted with her new Paris ward-
IgH stlj' hi' uraa.
lab; announcen enl of the year is being sent out to friends by thc
alt of Mian, i Beach. .
tki* and Jay arc owners of Tropical Hohbyland So. on a pink
He billboard size (sixfect-by-feur-fect) "poster1 they announce
I "by air" "I Lorria Jewel Segal. .
(know "on display" at home at 340 West 44th st.
pore Vital Statistics: Making her bow here Sept. 16 was Calleen
Keller at Mercy hospital. .
Iti the new addition to the Henry Keller family of Miami He
argi* arc really excited about the enchanting arrival. .
flln Annette joins siblings Henry, Bruce, Becky and Nancy.
I grandmother is Mr. Minnie Keller Raff of this city.
>>>>c
I ins their late summer vacations at Duncragj'an Inn in Hen-
pville. N.C., \wre the Maurice Pearlsteint, Charles Kreigers, and
f Nelsons...
lot- were Blanche and Sid Lewis, who wrote to say that they'll be
kPittsburgh an} day and hope to return to Miami before October
f- md Mrs. Dniel O. Hammond started their vacation Monday.
I Coast, their fir.* stop being New Orleans. .
[' "al least 200" well-wishers said bon vovage to Rosamond
*"' *ktail and splash party at Morningside Pool Saturday
T6" nf !n day were Bahama shorts and swim suits with Rosa-
lind her charming mother. Oida Rubin, welcoming guests. In add!
?wrttails. th< n was a magnificent spreadincluding roast turkey.
and mi -t marvelous sauces. .
Wfljl dampener was the oncoming rain, but a little extra water
pawning to the many happy swimmers. .
"emondand Dan expect to be gone one month
'de Rosenfhal was the proudest woman present when the
chapter "f Alpha Omega dental society met at the Algiers
M.urday evening. .
iLl *** M UrM "mo that the societv presented her husband.
rrE._Rosnihal, with a pla
J* testimonial in his honor.
Saturday evening.
Mfcrtp'V1 lhal "mo tnat the societv Presented her huslun
r e-Rosenthal, with a plaque and honorary life membcrsh
F testimonial ,n his honor. .
Sai ron l'"ul(ln"t be present at the affair, but they sent
r*Pii ?' le,egrams **r. Robert Vats, of Pittsburgh, wished her
Kin n (ilv,:,,1'. and so did son Cone, now at student at the
V0f Pennsylvania dental school. .
of th '" p,l"',l<(' here for some 30 years. He has been presi-
Klillocl^ and WM 'ast year president of the F,orida Ea>l
12 w'?ha 0me*a President Dr. Arthur Sokoloff made the
"wion before .,., oC___.....
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, October 7, 1955
Section B
Starting early to develop plans for the
second annual educational conference
sponsored by the Women's Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman, year-
round Women's Division; Mrs. Nathaniel
J. Levin, chairman of the day; and Mrs.
Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of the edu-
cational program. The all-day institute
has been set for Nov. 30 and will be at-
tended by women from all organizations
and areas of Dade county.
Women's Division Plans Education Series
Plans are moving steadily ahead for the county-
wide educational conference on Nov. 30 sponsored
by the year-round Women's Division of the Greater
'Miami Jewish Federation.
Headed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. the division is
preparing another dramatic presentation of how-
Federation serves the community.
Invited to participate in the event will be women
representing organization* from all parts of Great-
er Miami. Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, who will leave
shortly for a tour of Isreal as a member of the
United Jewish Appeal Study Mission, has been
named chairman of the educational program. Mrs
Nathaniel J. Levin is general chairman of the day.
Committees are now in formation to develop
program, installation of ofticers and luncheon and
entertainment.
Highlight of the all-day conference will be the
first-hand report by Mrs. Stevens of her trip to
Israel. North Africa, and the Joint Distribution
Committee* meeting in Paris.
First planning meeting has been called fo Fri-
(i iv Oct 21. at the home of Mrs. Ellis A. Gimbcl.
945 North Shore dr. Normandy Isle. Women's Di-
vision leaders will meet for a coffee starting at 10
a m ad map a long range blueprint for the purpose
of inviting all community-minded women to the
important educational conference on Nov. 30.
Reporting to Federation's executive committee
last week. Women's Division president Mrs. Lehr-
man traced the two-year growth of the year-round
division which is now a full-fled'jed department of
Federation and will operate in accordance with
Federation's constitution and by-h.v.
Thc President Of the Woman's Division has offi-
cer status on Federation's executive board. Offi-
cers will includes a president, three vice presi-
dent-, a recording secretary, a corresponding secre-
tary and a parliamentarian. The board of directors
of the Women's Division will be made up of CO
members. 50 elective and 10 representatives from
organizations and areas. Mrs Lehrman reported
on the purpose and function of the Women's
Division.
The group will provide for the Jewish commu-
unity of Greater Miami, an efficient group of wom-
en to function with Federation on matters of com-
munal interest, to obtain funds, to develop workers
and leaders in every' educational program, to
achieve a better understanding of Federation's ob-
jectives, as well as the programs of thc Combined
Jewish Appeal, and to work for the most effective
cooperation between all women's organizations lo-
cally and Federation.
*" &'8er. Willi
*fore some 85 applauding members. At the table oi
re Drs. Mayor Eggnatx, Robert Kaplan, Doran
iam R. Edwards and Henry Groon.

|$rul'hl!rUl,(M(''l'li'1 Men Department: Dr. Enoch J. Saphira and
Went.* a ~raduatp nurse from Mt. Sinai hospital in New
Wit Un?mng his fa,her- 0r- ielley $PPhlra, who is dean
ent at v "Mil> s ,nroe h'*h schools and chairman of the biology
" >eshna .
wne fh,'V Ma,>mg With Srul "* lnocfc at tncir homc 8t 1925
*% 'Menial m ^ Miami residents l onlv three "10n,hs- and
National
Council Sections Will See Hit Parade Skit
round Hit Parade." the second edition of a
musical skit by Miss Trixie Levinf^tured the
f.rst open meeting of the year of both divisions o*
National Council of Jewish Women on Wednesday
Miami group met at Koubec Hall and Miami
Reach group at the Algiers hotel.
Both divisions honored their new members at
this initial meeting, under the aegis of Mrs Jean
I ehman. Section president Refreshments and
socild hour opened both meetings, according to
' internal' m""n resiaenis lor on,y inrvt' ""*" -"" '.Tir Howard Grove. Miami Beach division presi-
^.a Erarld,c,n- Pr<*"* Greedy well under way. He s Mrs. ""*a.r|rsUon Kaplan, Miami division presi-
LJWieS Sol U BOW n the sUff 0f the Univers,,y f dent
Members of thc cast, directed by Miss Levin,
were the Mesdames Albert Shapiro, Myron Broder.
Sam Berlin, Ben Loud. William Wickman, Barney
Hodes. Sam Falick, Alex Alvin. Harry August,
Richard Goldin. Leonard Greenblatt, Charles Jac-
obson. Ira Levy, Mac Mermell. Irving Rapp. Sey-
mour Somerstein, Jess Spirer and Norman Tatar.
Program chairman for Miami was Mrs. Samuel
Kohlenberg, with Mrs. Louis Spector as co-chair-
man, and Mrs. Henry Baranick was accompanist
for the skit. On Miami Beach, program chairman
was Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, and Mrs. Grove was
accompanist.


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vjewistiflcridliain
Frid
ay.Octob*.

In the Hebrew calendar the sev-
enth month. Tishri. brings us Rostl
Hashona, the head or beginning
oi the year This happy holiday
ha^ gathered a number of delight-
ful customs. The prophet Nc-
hamiah is said to have introduced
;i Persian custom serving of
"something sweet."
This custom symbolizes human
di sire for a year of fullness
pi isperitj for all mankind. In
our daj we place a bowl oi hone)
and a plate of apple slices on the
board to be eaten by all.
K_)n the age size broling chicken per scrv-, cubes. Sear the meat in the pot to
ma After preparing the sections be used, preferably a heavy alumi-
for cooking, pat dry and dust num pot or Du*ch oven. Brown
lightly with fine cracker crumbs the meat on ail sides then add the
or sifted flour to which has been prepared vegetable* including the
added a dash of white pepper or onion ff it Is to be used, and the
paprika oi mono-odium glutemate' carrot water by all means. Add
Masoning. I salt and honey or sugar. Cover and
' bring to a boil. Remove cover,
Place sections skin side down on j 8kim weJ. reduCe heat and let
a lightly greased shallow pan and jmmer uncovered 2'* to 3 hours
slip under the oven broiler about | or tm tne meat is ten A food custom that is very popu-
lar in our own day is the serving
of a "Ttimmes," especially of car-
rots Many kinds of "Tiimmes"
have l>een developed, depending three inches from flame or medi
on the country Ironi which the urn electric heat. Let b
family come- So. make it of utes before turning
prunes and nee. or carrots and section
potatoes (with sweet potatoes, too), orange
Or NaliU "'Hi rue a- Is cii-tomary MUM
in the Balkan countries, bul make
t sweet with honej oi
Glaxed Broiled Chicken
Allow at least a quarter ol aver
NOT STIR contents of pot. Shake
pot gently occasionally to prevent
sticking. Water may be added if
necessary. Do not let the onion
cook apart! When it is clear and
soft, lift it out and discard. It will
have added its flavor.
wi,h your 'yp^TZT5*
**** to rfe
Lr2;dsmsteam -il
aoout 20 minutes un C* h-n hake t**H
;'7le.a ddin^^
Ujtoued. Serves 6
has been
7HI GOLDtN AGE'
Josephine Hull to Star in Council
/~v p t i iir i~ 1* n a. 3 medium size sweet potatoes
Of Jewish Women's Radio feature 2-, tosibs. brisket
Josephine Hull, one of the
most beloved actresses in the
American theatre, will play the
ading role in a radio drama en
titled "The Golden Aye'" over the
nationwide network of the Na-
tional Broadcasting CompanT
Sponsored by the National
< ouncil of Jewish Women, the
-how is about lonely older men
women who "find them
through a recreational
< Lib The 15-minute program will
be broadcast by the network
10 p m Eastern time on
Thursday, Od 13. to be puked
up n> local NBC stations either
thai time or during the follow-
ek.
The | commemorati
the approaching tenth Miniver
"I the Council's golden
gram, through which it- !
lions throughout the countrj
oi recreational
er 'in The firsl -older;
the ial welfare oi
vas opened in* Scarsdale,
N Y., m January, l!>4">
Miss Hull created the leading
roles in the Broadwaj pro
; The Solid Gold
1 adil Irsenic and old
"You Cant Take it With
You." and "Harvey." She won
the Academy Award lor her per-
formance m the movie version ol
"Harvej She has been regaling
iencea lor upwards o! halt ;,
century,
Brush each
of chicken with diluted
marmalade or cranberry
and return to broil until
nicely browned and glazed, ap-
proximately 1" minutes Keep the
heat moderate by all means. Keep | When the liquid nas neen re
hot in the oven after turning off duced by half and the meat is ten
heal or -erve immediately Good ler. brown the fleur in hot melted
cold ,,, schmaltz in a frying pan and stir
in about a cup of the Tzimmes
liquid, stirring till smooth. Turn
this thickening or "einbren" over i
the cooked Tzimmes, shake the pot j
to distribute and let simmer gent-
ly for about a half hour. Or, bet-
ter still, turn the Tzimmes into a
large casserole, meat close to the
top for better browning, and bake
60 minutes at 350.
//
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Carrot Tximmes
1 pound! carrot, scraped and
sliced
5 medium size potatoes
of beef
(or short riba)
1 teaspoon -ait
'_ cup honey or sugar
cold water to cover
1 small onion, optional
2 tablespoons chicken schmaltz
2 tablespoons flour
Let the sliced carrots stand in
cold water to cover while you pare
and cut the potatoes and sweet
potatoes into inch thick rounds or
For Pr*ur Cooker Method:
Sear the meat first till nicely
browned on all sides, in the cook
er. Let cooker and contents cool
before adding the vegetables, sea-
soning and not more than 1 lti cup*:
liquid. Liquid used should be ac-
cording to instructions that come
and be swe jfs
FLORIDA
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Josephine Hull
The broadcast is a feature of
"(ouncil Day." which each year
at tin- time i- observed by the
m/ation 110.000 memlxT-
in 245 cities to mark the anniver-
sarj id u- founding in October
cl L8N The (ouncil conducts
a variety of community serv-
ice and educational activities
throughout America, and spon-
sors development of welfare and
educational service- in many
other countries
Phi Sigma Sigma Women Report on
Fashion Show for Cerebral Palsy
Phi Sigma Sisma Alumnae Association of Greater Miami held
Its regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Leeds, 1790 Bav
dr., Miami Beach, on Wednesday evening.
JfZlZ* ,Furman- chairma" of the annual fashion show, reported
on the Ad Book The show will be held on Saturday afternoon. Decem-
ber 10 at Burd.nes tea room. All proceeds will be donated to the
brace fund for needy children of
Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Mrs.
Furman revealed.
Mrs. Eugene Brams. national
convention chairman, announced
iurther plans for the national
held for Mrs Marvin Lavish,
Mrs. Alex Ross and Mrs Leonard
Silverman. by the Alumnae
group.
n.. me. piana lur me national
convention of both active and Membership Affair Due
alumnae chapters of Phi Sigma Membership affairs slated by
S.gma. to be held at the Algiers Tropical cnapter J >
hotel ,n June. 1956. Women ()n Wednesday ^J
Welcoming ceremonies will be Oct. 19. at the Sovereign hotel.
The seal of approval of tmi union
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Select either label.
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strictly
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October
7. 1955
+Jeni iwheat, Early American Favorite,
{Substitute for High Calorie Starches
Itaffipecwl*occasion of any family meal.
BROWN BUCKWHEAT AND APPLE STUFFING
4 cups boiling water*
2 cups soft bread crumbs
1 tablespoon poultry seasoning
or sage
I teaspoon salt
' teaspoon pepper
I cp mediu.-n brown buckwheat
Croat K l l
I tup iltartti
1 cup chappod nnions
I cop ana* cclefy
Young Democrats
To Honor Aronovitz
Testimonial dinner for Mayor
Abe Aronoviu win be given by the
Younj; Democrats of Miami at the
Colons restaurant, Oct. 22.
A certificate of merit will be
I presented to the Mayor -in recog-
j nitiori of liis many years of out-
standing leadership and service to
|thn people of Miami." His itteCM-
Of will be elected in November.
"The Young Democrats want to
show their appreciation for the de-
voted and conscientious leadership
Mayor has ; jven so un-
scllishly." staled Sanfbrd Freed,
i president.
I Civic leaden and other personal
friends ol Mayor Aronovitz are
being invited In charge of reserva-
tions is Harvey Helman, chairman.
Due to the Mayor's recent ill-
nest, he will not be able to attend
but will delegate someone to ap-
I pear in his stead
Emma Lazarus Chapter
Emma Lazarus. Chapter of B'nai
B'rith will hold a regular meeting
Tuesday evening. Oct. 11, at Beth
David Synagogue. Combined pro-
gram will follow with Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith honoring
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg of Beth
David.
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I cup chopped apples
Beat I cr slightly; add groats. Mix well; let stand at room
nocraturo ab >ut 10 minutes. Heat shortening: add onions and
bkovcr! i at i-ntil soft but not brown. Add groats mixture.
Eeryanci ..ver tightly and cook over moderate heat until
Vuidhas been ibsorbed. Remove from heat; add second egg and
Ljinin?: nts. Mix well. Makes enough stuffing for 10
[12 lb. turkej or uoose or 2 ducklings.
Giblct broth may be used as all or part of water.
Jckwheat. an early American
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i fame number of calories,
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NATIONAL CONVENTION PLANS REVEALED
Women's Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans Look Ahead
* ,. .. .___ _____-1. Collv Hnlri
With the national encampment of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States stated for Mi-
ami Beach Oct. 26. local Ladies' Auxiliary groups
are rounding out their plan* of activity and par-
ticipation.
First evenl will b a visit to the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital at Coral Cables on the 26th.
A collapsable stage built to specifications supplied
bj the superintendent of special services at the
hospital for use in the recreation hall will be pre-
sented by the national Auxiliary at that time
On Saturday. Oct. 29. a party will be given at
the County Home for Children in Kendall. Sched-
uled is a show directed by Iris Maxwell, with each
child receiving a gift. The JWV Auxiliary will
then present a microphone and high fidelity phono-
graph pickup and preamplifier to the Home for
use through its public address system. Heading
the committee in charge of arrangements is Lolly
Logue.
Also pitching in for the Jewish War Veterans
tuxiliarj are Sally Levy, souvenirs; Bally Holdz.
hospHarity; Kay Lingatnn. distinguished guests;
Bel Left transportation. Bea Jacobs and Florence
Pfitt, information: Dorothy Rubin, page-; Sylvia
Cobey. secretary; and Reba Brown, publicity
The ladlea Wodaeadaj revealed thaf a national
president- luncheon b scheduled for Oct. 28 at the
Delano hotel, and all Auxiliary presidents will act
as hostesses
Memorial services will be held at Temple
Kmanu El on the 28th to honor the memory of
Jewish war veterans who have made the supreme
sacrifice.
All committee chairmen are past presidents of
Auxiliaries, and every Auxiliary in the Greater Mi-
ami area will have at least one representative to
the committee coordinators group. Overall coordi-
nator is Rose Horn, past president of the State
Department of Florida. Liaison officer is Norma
Koloff. also past Department president. _____
Pianist Lauretta DeYoung is Woman With a Mission
Lauretta' DeYoung is a wom-
an with a mission. The petite
piano teacher who came to Mi-
ai from Detroit two years ago
hopes to teach young people to
be musicians 'who last"niu-
ii uins whose talent does not
fall by the wayside in later years
Miss DeYoung switched from
Beethoven to bop in her late
'teens, when I felt a rhythmical
Zaniora Women
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is a Torah program
bj Mr- Jerome Ueber
Mrs M.iury Shulman will
. r she will introduce a p
enl Kej to the Ark "
Pet : will include the
Mesdames Joseph Astire, Harry
Klein. Ruth Selig, In ins. Platoff,
Irving Klein and Leon Honig
Also planned by Sisterhood is
a luncheon on Oct lit at the'
Center Chairman i- Mrs Bea ,
trice Klein, with the Mesdames '
S. Altman, M. Rosenberg, R i
l ocke, ( Klein and C Rubin
osoring the affair Proceeds
for the (enters seholarship
lund.
urge to improvise on whatever
tune came handiest "
The result was that she decid-
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Rubinstein or Horowitz." So. off
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George Gershwin during what
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life
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pupil of Joseffy and Godow.sky."
ijliss DeYoung explained that
Wasserman gave her many new
ideas on rhythm, and both he and
Gershwin later recommended her
as a "specialist in music."
What she tries to do in her
teaching "is to make my pupils
read accurately and fastbut I
never let them get note-bound.
The object is to scoop scales and
Chords and intervals into them
almost without their knowing it
like a spinach souffle "
If she finds some rare student
who is avid for Czerny. "I turn
him over to a classical teacher at
once. I wouldn't for the world
wreck B potential Chopin or Mo-
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Her object is to make music a
teen age outlet of "psychological
and social value According to
Mi~s DeYoung, in this sense mu-
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Master and Miss Average. The de-
lightful Gershwin protege, who
resides at the Saxony Manor, has
appeared on radio and stage.
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Hebrew Academy Women will honor new member*
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Charles Fruchtman. Shown viewing the artistically
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men. Irving Firtel, president. Another cc-chairmcnu
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October 7, 1955
lassah Month of October' Drive
Concentrate on Member Enrollment
*Je*i$li florid/ton
ler Miami chapter of Ha-
M L beginning its annual
0f October membership
Enrollment ""*
irwin Liss. membership
iST Wednesctay called
"^lout effort to_enroll and
re-enroll a maximum number of
new Hadassah members in the
community, and said "we would
Jike to call upon all Jewish wom-
en in Miami who desire to be of
service to humanity to affiliate

What's Wrong With Women?
Saints and Sinners, a group of
men and women from 25 to 40
years of age, will conduct their
second meeting of the new season
at the Beach Branch of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter Wednesday evening, Oct. 12.
Sheldon Edwards, president of
the group, announced that the pro
gram will consist of a panel dis-
cussion on "What's Wrong With
the American Female?"
M. Schectman, Scranton.
I was elected president of
National Jewish Youth
irence, a nationwide
body sponsored by the_
nal Jewish Welfare
fd. Miss Schectman, who
, elected at the youth
j's eighth annual assem-
|in Cejwin Camps, Port
k N.Y., succeeds Ruth
aan, Bronx. N.Y.
Succoth Celebration
Beth El
itr ceiebi l i n jointly
i by Farh i I Ben Gurion
k. and Golda Myersoo Club
Joneer Womei will bo held
fc evening, I < I 9, at Beth
mention.
? [ram will feature
Hone Rabbi David Sha-
ple Sinai ol Hollywood
leader, will be guest

Esther Shi r< > iolda Myer-
iiltural chairm in. will intro-
[Dr A J Ishlan, chairman of
] j Belli Jacob Congre-
ntor Maurice Mamches
ender a group oi liturgical
Dode Center Affair
Card Party Scheduled
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith will hold a card party
at Mansene's Spaghetti House on
Wednesday evening, Oct. 12. In
charge of reservations is Isabelle
Rosenthal, 4880 SW 4 st.
themselves with Hadassah."
Special awards and citations
will be conferred on members
Wfho enroll (he greatest number
of newcomers.
*
Mrs. Sam Frankel will be in-
stalled as president of the Hen
rietta Szold group of Hadassah
at a luncheon on Oct. 10 at the
Delano hotel.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris. hon-
orary vice president of chapter,
will be installing officer. Other
officers are vice presidents, Mrs
Joseph Alexander, Mrs. Jonah
Caplan, Mrs. Essie Freeman, Mrs.
Joseph Press and Mrs. Joseph
Sisselman; treasurer. Miss Eliza-
beth Zentler: financial secretary,
Mrs. Barry Decky; financial sec-
retary for dues, Mrs. Celia Kahn;
corresponding secretary, Mrs!
Frances Entine; social secretary,
Mrs. Louis C. King; parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Harold Melnick.
Mrs. Marshall Litvak will di-
rect the Naomi Group Players in
a sketch entitled "The Lady of
Shady Lane." The program will
also include a candle lighting
ceremony in honor of the 10th
anniversary of the United Na-
tions.

Het-zl Group of Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting Monday
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noon, Oct. 10, at the Sorrento
hotel.
United Nations Month will be
observed.
The program, through the
courtesy of the Cancer Institute
<>f Miami, will ton.Mst of a panel
discussion on cancer. Partici-
pants on the panel will be Dr.
Piero Manginelii. Mrs. Belly Ma-
selli and I.eo"ard Wien.
- *
Program is planned by the
Torah Group's first membership
tea to be held Monday afternoon,
Oct. 10.
A skit will be presented by
members based on the famous
play, "This is the Army," under
the direction of Mrs. Bernard
Newmark.
Mrs. Max Jacobson, 185 Shore
Drive South, Bay Heights, will
be hostess.
:,
Regular monthly meeting of
I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah
will be held Wednesday evening,
Oct. 12, at the Sen Marino hotel,
announced Mrs. Irving Berstein,
president.
Membership win -je highlight
ed, and there will be an induction
of all who have joined the group
during the summer.
Mrs. Lewis Biderman, co-chair-
man for the Beach Division of
United Nations Association of
Greater Miami, will be guest
speaker.
-
On Monday afternoon, Oct. 10,
Menorah Group of Hadassah will
hold its annual membership tea
at the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter.
New and prospective members
will be welcomed by Mrs. Sey-
mour Schulner, president. Mrs.
Murray Turetsky, membership
chairman, will introduce Mrs.
Emanuel Smith, who will stress
the importance of Hadassah's
work ia Israel.
Program chairman Mrs. George
Simon will present an original
skit entitled, "This is Hadassah."
written by Mrs. Charles Gottlieb
and Mrs. Sam Stark.
Mrs. Harry Dushkin. hospital-
ity chairman, will be in charge
of refreshments.
*
Shaloma Group of Hadassah
will hold a membership tea and
meeting on Monday noon, Oct.-
10, at Hibiscus Lodge.
Skit entitled "This is Hadas-
sah" will be presented under the
direction of Mrs. Bert Goldberg.
*
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
meet Monday night, Oct. 10. at
the Ocean Ranch motel.
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vlfwistifhridtori-
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3n tltc Kcalm o/ Ooc/cfy
chief Warrant Officer Joseph Rocklin has retired froin the Air
Force after more than 28 years of service Rocklin has been supply offi-
cer ..i Miami Air Reserve Flying I i nti c tor the past two yean
\ aative New Yorker, Joe fir I ed thi Irmj Air Service in 1020
and I;.- < rv.'ii in the Phillippines, India, << rmanj and Korea, .1- well aa
in the United States. .
He and his wife, Rebecca, will continue to live at 3925 West Flaglcr
st. their home her since arriving from Texas in November, 1954. .
Although Rocklin will not '^ into the reserves, he and Rebecca will
continue to visit the Officers Club al Miami Internationa] Airport
The Louis* Hirsches arc agog over the marriage 11 their grand-
daughter, the former Eleanor Schrier, to Charles Selig. Jr. Similar senti-
ments reign in the Harry Bodenstein home, what with the betrothal of
nddaughter Elaine Bodenstein to Ray Pressman in Ne York.
Friends are congratulating the Nat Hankoffs. Their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Nelan Sweet, have presented them with | grandchild.
A new Scroll ot Law will be presented to the Israelite Center D)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koslowsky, 3475 S\V 28th st shortly after the High
Holy Days
The Koslowskys descend from a long chain of Rabbis, scholars and
authors. The Scroll is being written by an outstanding scribe in Israel
Cantor Berele Kelemer is recuperating at his home, 1230 S\V 13th
st following several weeks in the hospital. He is cantor at Miami He-
brew School and Congregation. .
Also recuperating from recent illness are Samuel Kagan, Joseph
Hutner, Mrs. Abe Tessler and Mrs. Jack Silverman.
Betrothal new from Mrs. Rose Rubenstein tells ot daughter Mom's
recent engagement.
>>>>><
Bernard David Barkan first came into the world Sept. 27 at Mercy-
hospital and then went home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Roth, 17 Salamanaca. CoraJ Gables. .
Grandparents are the Abraham Barkans of Miami Beach and Mrs.
Lillian Roth, Flushing. N V and Mr. Morris Roth, Miami Beach.
^,

Miss franc'mt Goodman
Francine's Fiance
Is Norman Frcedman
Francme Goodman and Norman
A. Frcedman are engaged.
Her Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Goodman. 740 -10th st., are
making the announcement.
Francine moved from New York
to Florida nine years ago. She
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the University
of Miami and the University of
Florida.
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max S. Freedman of Akron. ().. is a
native of Akron. He attended
schools in Ohio.
Miss Ire**1* Phillips
Canadian Girl,
Breiftta Phillips,
To Wed Oct. 1<>
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips. To
ronto. Canada, announce the en
gagement and forthcoming mar
riage of their daughter, Brenda, to
Mr. Sidney Sachs, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Sachs, 1100 Venetian
Way, Miami.
The wedding will tike place on
Oct 16 at the Temple Beth Sholem
in Toronto.
The couple will make their home
in Miami after Nov. 1 at 3051 SW
3rd ave.
Mrs. Lehrman Will Welcome Women Executives
Mrs Irving Lehrman. chairman, will welcome all
presidents, officers, board members and potential
leaders to the annual Leadership Training In-
stitute of the Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations on Thursday. Oct 13. at the Di Lido
hotel. The concentrated course in leadership will
last from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., including morning
and afternoon sessions, as well as a lunch-question
period.
During the morning session, a number of out-
standing community leaders will discuss various,
phases of club organizational work. Mrs Lehrman
said Mrs Irwin Weinstein. president of the Flor-
ida Branch of Hadassah, will answer the question
"Are Leaders Made or Born^" Mrs. Charles Fein-
berg, national vice president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, will talk on "Membership.-'
"Programming'' will be covered by Mrs Harold
Turk, past president of the National Women's Com-
mittee for Brandeis I nivrsity Mrs. Al Lozoff, past
president of Coral Gables Chapter. B'nai B'nth.
will discuss "The Meeting."
"The Records" will be explained by Mrs Harry
Rogers, past president of the Miami Beach Senior
High School Parent Teachers' Association. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will talk on "Committees
and How They Function." and Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
past president of the Greater Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish Women, will conclude
with "Fund Raising."
The entire afternoon session will be devoted to
"Parliamentary Procedure," conducted by Mrs
Herbert Leonardy. instructor in parliamentary law
at the University of Miami.
Mrs. Louis Glasser is in charge of arrangements.
Reservations may be made through Mrs. Harry
Kaufman or Mrs. Hannah Cohen.
The Conference of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions is a coordinating body for,80 Jewish Women's
groups throughout Dade and Broward counties.
The Conference's project this year is foster home
finding for children under the care of the Jewish
Family Service. Mrs Aaron Farr is president of the
Conference.
Beth Emetfa Women
Will Greet Members
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will wel-
come new members on Wednes-
day evening. jOct tf. at the con-
gregation.
Mrs. Milton Woods will discuss
"Sisterhood Gaities." Musical play
will be narrated by Mrs. Harold
van Dam.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Norman Tartakow. B. Green berg.
Harold Sterling. Robert Avins and
Arnold Kirschenbaum.
Mrs. Harvey Klamkin, president.
, this week revealed Sisterhood's
] plan for a series of adult classes
j on all phases of Judaism to be con-
ducted by Mrs. Stanley Glatter.
(lasses will be held at the congre-
ation on the third and fourth
Thursday of each month, commenc-
: ing with Oct. 20.
Miss fennit Marls
Rcnnie's Bdrotha
Told by Her Para
The engagement of their i
ter, Rennie. to Jack Sab a]
nounced by Mr. and Mrs.
Marks, of Homestead. Mr.;
a member of the Homestead
Council.
Rennie was the first JeokJ
to be born in Homestead
be the first to be married I
The rites are scheduled
Homestead Jewish Center i
December.
The bride-elect attended
University of Florida for I
and is at present a senior i
University of Miami, when]
will receive her degree ii i
tion next February.
She is secretary-treasurer<
pha Kpsilon Phi social <
has been on the Dean's Lit j
times
A graduate of Homestead |
School, she was vak-dietfl
her class.
Mr. Sal/, of Israel, ha?
residing on Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Sab. I
ceived his degree in el
engineering thi< summer
j University of Florida. *ta
{couple met He is at present
j ing toward hi- Masters
! there.
After Kennies graduateq
couple intend living in Gl
until Mr. Safe receives h
And These Lovely Girls Have Turned Sweet Sixteen
Sweet Sixteen Party
For Dawn Grossman
Dawn B Grossman will he hon-
ored at a sweet sixteen party Sun-
day evening She is the daughter of
[the Murry Grosamana, 3500 SW 6th
st
The dinner dance will be held at
tin home of her granduncle and
aunt. Mr and Mrs Harry Koretzky.
6145 I^Gorce dr. Some 100 guests
;arc expected to attend.
Music will he provided by Ron-
nie Shaw and his orchestra, with
\ Ictor Bolt, vocalist
"awn. a junior at Mi;.nn lhLh
School, i- i member of Phi Sigma
Tau sororitj Many of her sorority
listers vwll be among invited
i guests
To Mark Anniversary
R'nai B'nth Women of Coral
Cables will celebrate the 112th an-
niversary of the founding of B'nai
B'nth with a birthday luncheon
Tuesday. Oct. 11. at tat I
Mrs S Pozen, 1020 SoutH_
bra Circle, (oral Gables.
tions are hcing taken by
Toback and Mrs T. Lam**!
Elinor Scckloff was tendered
a sweet sixteen party by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Socklofi. 411 Malaga. Coral
Gables. Elinor is a junior at
Miami High and belongs to
Hillel Group of B'nai B'rith
Girls. Guests included San-
dra Deutsch, Roslyn Hirsch.
Ronny Faske. Roberta Gor-
don, Joan Holstein,
Miss Dawn Grossman
ORT Women's Tea
Membership tea will be given
to introduce prospective mm-
thebers to the aims and activities
of the Women's American ORT
by the Miami Beach chapter Wed-
nesday afternoon. Oct. 12, at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Pollack,
1361 98th st., Miami Beach.
Porl. Keiton
Troth Revealed
wTW0 ?iam' Bcn residents,
Miss Ruth Port and Paul Keiton
plan to be married in November at
the Flamingo restaurant, with Rab-
bi Henry Wernick officiating
Miss Port is the daughter of the
J."y ,T0?\ UC"D She *
Ployed at the Sans Souci hotel.
Mr Keiton is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jamie Keiton. Havana He is
employed at the Saxony hotel
Dr. Albert E. Boeenthal is honored by omeJ^!L*l
the Miami chapter of Alpha Oroeqa dentJJiflV
ception and dinner in the Algiers hotel. "*
Roeenthal'. wife. Gertrude, as Dr. Arthur s*s ^
Omega president, tells the guest of honor be o ^
an honorary lite member o* the <>'9a"^nonnr-idtot 4l
is former Alpha Omega president and w* P
Florida East Coast dental society last year.


7,1955
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jai Jewish Congress Ladies Map New Program Here
, M. bv Division president Ruth K# recognition of the valiant work beta* done hv .1
Division president Ruth K.
^Florida Division board members of
f* ^Congress Defend Organi,
LJX,r fa ;nr,.m Monday at the hoine
RJdffi! with SE Murial Kubenste.n
feE^d importance dtetMMd were a
Ed bv Dorothy Fcmberg. national vice
BtoSvMual reports on chpUr *
L'nhuman.an:.n field by president! Jerry
rLoui Belle ramms> Miami'
f-Kave Stephen Wise.
tlS" Brummcr. vice president and chair-
u.rth Florida Commission on Law and So-
. iei-ted "that Gov. LeRoy Collins be
A designate a specific day of the year as
[Wise American Jewish Congress Day in
recognition of the valiant work being done by this
group in the tradition of It, Initiate and founder."
It was also unanimously decided that a BOO c0&
tr.but.on be donated to the University of Si
use bj heir Department of Human Belationa and
that various sums also he wni uH- American Jew-
bh Congress national office for the annual Chanuka
''.':"wn' as,we" to ,h" '"',1 Conference of
Jewish Women for community projects.
Representing different facets of the work being
done in American Jewish Congress were Ruth K
Alter. Pal Browdski, Sylvia Brtfmmer, Dorothy IVm-
berg Jerry Friedland. Julia Haffncr. Esther Hollan-
der. Molly Janof. Belle Kamins. Delia Kave Row
Kirst-hner. Ye.,.-, Kogan, Do,.-, Koretaky. Bcrnice
Ladd. Muriel Rubenstein. Ruth Saltman and Rose
Weissman.
hit Names
tant Director
Ll Histadrut Committee
L (he appointment of
Lbara Bloom as assistant
[of its Greater Miami of-
| Lincoln rd.
boom, a former Chicagoan.
the College of Jewish
J graduated from Roose-
vtrsity. A former Young
Lder. Mis> Bloom receiv-
Eolars'hip to the Intercol-
| Zionist Federation of
I Leadership Institute in
. assuming the presidency
lidwest Region of the In-
nate Zionist Federation of
i and membership on the
| Board of IZFA. she spent
er of 1951 in Israel. Dur-
> there, she worked on
*ment on the border of
I Lebanon and also tour-
ntire country
her return. Miss Bloom
staff of the Zionist
nission of Chicago. As-
i with the Jewish Commu-
i of Chicago for some
,iae was the Albany
unity resource worker
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^^ gJd Wading
*'ml Beach
Miami Chapter Meeting
Meeting of the Miami chapter,
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital will be held Tuesday after-
noon. Oct. 11, at 4250 West Flagler
st.
ton. Bunny Freed, program
chairman, revealed that Josie
Shear will be featured in a skit.
Miss Shear formerly appeared on
the well known "Goldbergs" TV
show.
Also appearing will be chapter
members Bea Sacker, Mildred
Spirer and Mrs. Freed. Mrs. Jess
Glance, president, will open the
meeting.
Vsm fo Speak
and Life'' will be the
[a lecture by Dr Abraham
Sunday evening, at the
[Outdoor Forum, 11th st.
in dr., Miami Beach. Dr.
is the author of "The
Health and Happier Liv-1
Ed has made a special
food and its relation to
A question and answer
Mil follow the lecture.
Misi I.rfcar. ll(M
in Israeli dances and arts and
crafts. She is now Kindergarten in-
structor at Temple Emanu-EI He-
brew school.
Bialik Branch Celebration
Bialik Branch of the Labor Zion-
ist Order will mark the final days
of Succoth with a celebration Sun-
day evening, Oct. 9, in Harfenist
restaurant. Program will include
the appearance of Jacob Jcstzinski,
Dr. Isaac Unterman, Max Astor,
Beryl Morrison and Jacob Fish-
man. J. Z. Stadlan will preside.
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Rosenhouse (on ladder) and Mrs. Alfred Stone.
Sinai Nursing Class Has Record Enrollment
Autumn class of Mt. Sinai Hos entering this fourth year of oper-
pital School of Practical Nursing
began this week. This class, con-
sisting of 24 student, is the largest
enrollment in the history of the
school.
Most of the student nurses arc
ation, the school and residence
were remodeled to meet the larger
enrollment.
The Mount Sinai nospital school
of Nursing is the only school for
practical nursing in this area
, which is approved by the Florida
enrolled from local high schools state gp^ of Nurse Registration
but others come from other areas
in Florida, as well as Pennsylvania,
New York, Maine and Cuba. Before
and Nursing Education and the
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Local Men Listed
In New Industrial
'Who's Who' Book
Ninth Intornational edition of
' Who's Who in Commerce nnri In-.
dustry" just published. Ii-'^ <\
end local men well known in fi-
nancial circles and civic endeavor--
AmonK tho-e named in the A. N.
farqula pubHeatioo are Joseph M.
Lipton. president of Hade Federal
S.nmc- and Loan Aasociatiofl of
Miami; Homer J Kimball. chair-
man of the board of the First Na-
tional Bank: F LOWT) Wall, chair-
man of the Miami Beach First Na-
tional; Charles I. Clement-., presi-
dent of the Chase Federal Savincs
of Miami Beach: Charles F She-'

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Irwim Serotta
Irwin Serotta Will
Ho Bar Mitzvah
Irwin I. Serotta will become Bar
Mitzvah during Simchas Torah
services Sunday morning. Oct. !. ;it
Hialeah Miami Spring.- Jewish Cen-
ter.
Irwin is the son of Mr. and Mis
Stanley Serotta, who will he hosts
al a reception and luncheon follow-
ing the ceremony Lester chenanie
will officiate
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
etudenl at llialeah Junior
School.
OUt-Oi town quests at
ah will
I Mrs Morris S
. nd Mr
! hiladelphia, Pa
g i!l he (Twin's un-
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ious school an.d a former student ot
the Hebrew tcademj
Kiddush will follow the icrvicea
at the Center, followed h> a lunch
con at tii.- Algiers hotel
Mr .,iii Mr. Sdmart/ and Sol
"v leaving for New York m-Nt
week, where a dinner reception for
their northern family and friends
will be held at the Suburban club
on Sunday. Oct. 16.
Opens Dance Studios
Judith Younnerman this week
announced the opening of dance!
classes at her itudioa, 74:t 1
blvd Miami Beach, and 3610 1
Way, Coral Gables.
/^ivii^ly
Coffee Shop
ard Abess. president of the In-
dustrial National Bank
In its compilation, the A. N.
Marquis company has patterned
its publication into a biographical
reference tool Nfving pn\a'c and
public libraries. Biographees have
hen carefully searched out. who
fall under the strict measures ol
reference incidence carefully as
sembled by the company to meet
the standards for selection re-
sulting from half of a centurv ol
specialized biographical refer-
ence experience
Aaron H. Courshon. Miami
Beach attorney, civic leader and
hotelman. was named chairman of
the awards committee of the Civic
League of Miami Beach, in an an-
nouncement made public here by
Julius Jsjj I'erlmutter, president
of the organization.
Ever] Mar for the past three
years, the Civic League through
its awards committee has chosen
whom they consider "the most out-
standing cittern of Miami Beach."
I a-t >iar the committee chose
Baron de Hirsch Meyer Earlier
they had named J I\ Davis and
Sigmund Geismar Courshon, long
identified with many civic 01
Radons, suggested Wednesday
that nominations tor the award
this j be made through the
mail oh, rd.
Ft* I
$/ Sthmarti
Drama Group Formed
Beach Branch "i the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Community Center
Wednesday announced the begin-
ning ot its 1. drama
on Tuesday evenings under the di-
rection ot \l H.jrwit/
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vices In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship
.. i.-mnl's and centers throughout Greater Miami will ____ A
mples ;md centers throughout Greater Miami will
? Atzereth the final days of Succoth, with services com-
Fin' pining. Saturday morning services will precede later
I k-taled al sundown to mar* the reading of the final por-
a. Torah Simchas Torah celebrations will include the trad.
nth "r Tor"n Proccssion- Sunday- morning services con-
lakaf
celebration.
c BETH SHOLOM will
... en in'.' Shmini Atzer
7:13 Kindergarten
G ,- graders wg be
Pd with a Torall proces-
Simchas Torah reception
Rabbi Leon Kron.sh will
and preach. Cantor Sam-
per iH render the must
In of the liturgy Satur-
ling services are at 10.45,
j^or following. Linda,
0( Mr and Mrs. Maurice
rill become Bas Mitzvah.
, *
| JACOB CONGREGATION
Id Fridav evening Shmini
[services at 5:45. Saturday
services commence at
L Tiber Stern will preach
epic The Joy of Eternal
yizkor will follow at 11
[ldren's Simchas Torah par-
i held at 9 p.m. Hakofoth
7 p.m. Sunday morning
are .scheduled for 8:30
,hbi and Mrs. Stern will
[at a Simchas Torah party
sen ice- in David Whit-
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Tiahri 21 5:41 pjn.
at 9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate and preach, with Cantor
Philip Brummer rendering the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Yiz-
kor is at 10:15 a.m. Simchas Torah
will be at 7 p.m. Sunday morning
services commence at 9. Junior
services both days are at 10:45 a.m.
in Assembly Hall.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Yizkor will
be at 10:45, with Rabbi Jonah
Caplan preaching on the topic:
"The End is Only the Beginning."
Cantor Abraham Seif will offici-
ate. Sammy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Brooks, will become Bar
Mitzvah. Miricha is at 5:45 p.m.,
followed by Maariv. Torah pro-
Rabbi i cession is at 6:45. Sunday morn-
ing services will be at 8:30.
*
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening Shmini Atzereth
services at 5:30. Saturday morn-
, inane Joy in services arc at 8:30. Rabbi
Jefire:. Weisbaum and Alexander Gross will preach on
Tempkin Mr and Mrs. the topic: "Shmini AtzerethA
Kornlt.; and Mr. and Farewell." Yizkor is scheduled for
LgQuerido will be hosts 10:18 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday Simchas Torah party for children
Shmir.i Atzereth services; follows at 5:30. Sunday services
' will be at 8:30 a.m. Daily services
arc at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
ETH ISRAEL NORTH
[ENTER will hold Friday
-cmcc- al 8 30.
ii,:-. will preach on
: -The Great Salvation "
Libert Clan;/ will render
Lai portions oi the litur-
Enhipawards will be prc-
GREATER MIAMI

Yaakov It.,*. r,i.Lp
;th EL CONGREGATION
GOGUE _;..:, aw Ird
Hhmaryahu T
r.on
HW iTili BVa
ETH ,., NOREOATIN l'-"1 XU
BETH
ri.|iN*rvmivi I(;>t.l.1
1 '.....i"\ Rabbi
Miami !: ai I.
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BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION
'lux. Babbl Joeepti e. Rackovak)
Boclld ave
Rabbi
Ha* I 4lh aw..
Miami Beai h Ortho-
JJSa&H ^^SrasMnoa '.......-
HEBX^aVn^r^MY "............* *.....
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER _
lllalnah. C.inH-rvati\ .
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"wires fflttWBsr ^swfis, a *#......-
MIA\l'|l,*1EBf!,fKW.8CHOOL AND CONGREGATION-I1..I s\V |tth BV<
Miami. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Hrrele K,-I.!n,r
M mT!?iPiS P.ARKk C?NQGAT.ON-164th ,t. a.l NB llth ave
Noith Miami Beach. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi laaa< Lerer
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER-136S0 W.m\ Dixie hwv. North Miami
Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Henry OkoBea. Cantoi Maurice 'n...
1T15 Monroe al Hollywood
Mi.-inii Beach. I.ilxrnl. I'.alil.i
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTERS 7Sth ll.. Miami H.,h. C
xer\atlvc. ItuM.i Mi.yei AbntHMWlU. Cantor Bdward Klein
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD
Conaarvatlva. Rahhi Bamuel Lereri
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM II II ClUUM BVa.
Ix-on K......-li Cantoi Samn.l K.I.-.....i
TEM.PKE, EMAnuel 1701 (Vaahinatonavr.. Miami Beach. Conaarvatlva
iiai.i.i Irving Lenrman. Cantor PhlHp Brummer.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-lsol BoUth And
M. Lauaerflale. Reform, lui.hi Mai ins Ranaon.
TEMPLE ISRAEL IS7 N K I'.'lh al Miami I:, form Rabbi JoBepb N
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Bmeiitui Cantoi Jacob Bornnteln,
temple Sinai of HOLLVWOOO- > polk ii Hollywood Conserva-
tive. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor rehudah Hellbraun,
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER S5O0 North Ml
Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Abraham Hereon Cantor Albert nianti
TORAH TEMPLE 1164 \v. il ave., Miami Beach, American Judalam.
Rabbit Abraham ami Loud Caai
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER 5720 SW I7tn Weal Miami. Con-
aarvatlva Rabbi Alfred Waxman
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 14 Z;u.....,, av< Coral Oabli Conaervatlve
Rabbi B Leon Hurwlta. Cantor Kmioiph itrill.
it 9. with Yizkor fol-
: 10:30 Rabbi Herson will
"Juilding Spiritual
Eieninq Simchas Torah
]m at 6:30. Sunday serv-
i it 9. witli the sermon
a- Torah and Life."
hCELLO PARK CONGRE-
I will hold Friday evening
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica will officiate and discuss:
"Feast of Conclusion." Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Me-
morial services are scheduled for
ibba lenuVs'^reFriday E/* J2J*2l *} <>
bbah senices are Friday
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubel. 417 services Friday evening. Shmini
Miller rd., will become Bas Mitz- j Atzereth services Saturday morn
vah. Yizkor is scheduled for 11 ing commence at 9. Rabbi Leo
a.m. Children's Simchas Torah Heim will discuss: "Yizkor on a
party will be held Saturday eve- Joyous Festival." Memorial serv
ning at 7. Closing services are on ice follows. Mincha will be at 6
Rabbi Isaac I^crer will
Saturday morning serv-
at 9. Yizkor follows at
pith the sermon scheduled
Holy Convocation." Jun-
fices are at 10:30 a.m. Sim-
part> will be Saturday
it 7:30. Sunday services
at 9. with Rabbi Lerer
'Consecrating Our
lica will preach on the topic: "Re
joicing of the Torah." Services
Sunday morning at 9 will include
the sermon: "Conclusion of the
Reading of the Torah." Youth
service is scheduled for 11 a.m.
Sunday.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at sundown. Sat-
urday morning services marking
Shmini Atzereth commence at
8:30. Rabbi Simon April will
rill h ml- r EGA Preach on the topic: "Strangers
hJS "l,V e.ver'!L8,or Sojourners." Cantor Berele
Kelemer will render the musical
wrvicc- are al 8:30. Yiz-
"*s at 10:30. Simchas
nice! t immence Satur-
Uah
RuMm-,1.1 ii ,* iveiemer will renuer me uiusnai
jehualc1 will |f iciate... rtions of the ,u Hakofoth
Sv I, .'r. oSoaiUMay are at 7 p.m.. w.th a Simchas Tor-
ah party for children following.
Sunday services commence at 8:30
am.
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
CENTER v .ii h i j nold Friday evening services mark
Shm- \/ h 3y in the conclusion of Succoth at
* U'jr V' lCCA 7^30. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of
M ..o 9.hen>nie and f.r.at. u,,.h rW Jornh Rnrn-
ah
officiate. Sim-
es are Saturday
*i i Sundav morning
*"' be conducted by Shel-
arn.
* *
U EMANU-EL will hold
.Oornms Hoshana Rabba
8 Evening Shmini
psenice, begin at 6:30.
Mwn*_ lervicea will be
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ficiate. with Cantor Jacob Born
stein rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Saturday
morning services are at 11. Ste-
phen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
D. Smith, will become Bar Mitzvah.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will mark the closing days of Suc-
coth with services Friday evening
at 6. Shmini Atzereth services Sat-
urday commence at 9. Yizkor will
be at 10:30. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man will discuss: "Remember Our
Departed." Simchas Torah com-
mences with services Saturday at
7 p.m. Sunday morning services
will be at 9, with the sermon
scheduled as: "With Our Young,
Old We Shall Go."

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening ser-
vices at 8)15. Rabbi M^-iis Skop
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "When Good Friends
Leave." Saturday morning aerv-
ices are at 9:45. Jo Ann, daughter
Sunday at 9:45 a.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
urday morning services are at
8:30. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will
discuss: "Our Loved Ones." Can-
tor Samuel Salkow will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Mincha is at 6 p.m., with Simchas
Torah procession commencing at
7:30. Sunday services will be at
8:30 a.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30. At 8:15 p.m., Shmini Atz-
ereth services will be conducted
by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Choir will be under the direction
of Miriam Donnerstag. Subject of
the sermon is: "Living With the
Great." Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel.
Saturday morning services are at
9. with Rabbi Rosenberg discuss-
ing: "Living Jews." Yizkor will
be at 11. Junior services are
scheduled for 10 a.m. Simchas
Torah services commence Satur-
day evening at 7, with students of
the religious school participating.
Beth David P.T.A. committee head-
ed by Mrs. Olive Sussman will dis-
tribute gifts. Sunday services
commence at 9. Nathan Alexan-
der will be host at Kiddush.
*
FLAGLER- GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will usher
in the final days of Succoth with
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chas Torah service for students
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
morning services open at 9. Rabbi
Heim will discuss: "Strength of
the Spirit."
*
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
6. Saturday morning services are at 8:45.
at 8:30. Yizkor follows at 10:30.
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will of-
ficiate and preach on the topic:
"Strangers and Sojourners Before
Thee," Cantor Louis Ggrtenhaus
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy. Simchas Torah
services are at 6 p.m. Sunday
morning services commence at 10.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6. Saturday morning
services arc at 8:30. Yizkor fol-
lows at 11. Rabbi Arie Becker
will officiate and preach on the
topic: "The Sanctuary of Life."
Class in Bible is at 5:30. Mincha
will be at 6, with Hakofoth follow-
ing at 7. Sunday morning services
commence at 8:30. Rabbi Becker
will discuss: "Religion in an Age
of Anxiety."
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold closing Succoth services Fri-
day evening at 6. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz will officiate, with
Cantor Rudolph Brill rendering
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Yizkor will be at 10. Simchas Tor-
ah services are Saturday evening
at 7:30. Sunday morning services
commence at 8:30.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Hoshana
Rabba services at 8 a.m. Evening
services will be at 6. Shmini Atz-
ereth services begin Saturday at
9. Yizkor will be at 11 a.m. Rabbi
Isaac Ever will preach on the
topic: "Memorial Prayers in Fes-
tival of Joy Cantor Fishel Lut-
man will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Simchas Tor-
ah commences with services Satur-
day at 6 p.m. Sunday services will
be at 9 a.m.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening sci\-
ices at 6 p.m. Saturday morning
Shmini Atzereth services are at
8:45. Sol Martin. Son oi Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph I. Schwartz, will' be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate, with
Cantor. Edward Klein rendering
the musical portions of the litur-
gy. Rabbi's sermon is: "The Spiri-
tual Harvest." Simchas Torah
services commence at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday morning services will be
lO EXTRA
dividend
It's wit* to open an account, or add to
present savings, before August 10th .
so as to earn
3%
from October 1st
Hera each account is insured safe to $10,000
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AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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LEON liMTTERMAN
A Spirit (an Take a Fifty-Dollar Seat
ttffe
A GUIDE TO THE RELIGIONS OF AMERICA. Edited by Lo Rosten.
282 pp. New York. Simon and Schuster. $3.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
most people and that Includes Jews are abysmallj ignorant
ol the characteristics ol their neighbor's religion lo saj nothin
then- own. "Look" magazine in June ol IMS ',l1'-
(i articles on the major re IriU^' ""'
articles were in qu those
which would ordinarilj 11 twer
bj a more or less prominent member ol
This book is -
ran to 1953 plu rvejrs, p
such interesting subjects >rce.
ration. p
The religions discuss ano"
most ol the various Pn
though there are, for in 83.000 B in the rountrj Uni-
tarians are represented, and so are the 6* Uaerieans who do
not go to church, spoken for bj JerotBC Nathanaoa, a chairman in the
New York Society for Ethical culture Bertrand Russell's case for
Agnosticism is far and away the best-written, most down-to-earth dii
course
Hero Is Mi" Russell's answer to the question -a bad one. logically,
but he is too kind to point that out Arc vou never afraid of God's
judgmenl in denying Him"" "Most certainly not I also deny Zeus
and Jupiter and Odin and Brahma, but this causes me no qualms. Ii
Ob erve that a very large portion of the human race does not believe
in God and suffers no visible punishment in consequence. And if there
were a God, I think it verj unlikely that He would have such an uneasy
vanitj a> to be otfended b) those who doubt His existence'
*
RABBI MORRIS N. KERTZER, director of interreligiou- activities
for the American Jewish Committee, answered What Is I .lew"" for i
the series, and quite nicely, too I am glad somebody finally got around
i aying, in print, that the Torah is simply the Bible from Genesis to
Deuteronomy. It is amanng how many Christians have no idea that it is
liii' very same Old Testament which they also read.
A comparison chart of what each faith believes on specific issues
and doctrines yields fascinating information. There are only three
denominations, for instance, which state unequivocably that theirs is
the only true religion. Of course, each con-iders his way the best, or
. Ise he would not be a memberbut best" is not the same as "only."
!li. Jewish position .lews do not presume to judge the honest wor-
-lupper of any faith The righteous of all nations are worthy of im-
mortality
Other Statistics: less .lew-, proportionately, are formally affili-
ated than any other faith, but more of their children graduate from
high school, and there is far less divorce and desertion among Jews.
Mary ol these "facts. however should be sprinkled liberally with
salt; it must be remembered that a simple correlation does not neees-
|y imply a cause-effect relationship. Many factors other than reli-
gion are at work in these studies
The great value of the book lies m its contribution to better under-
standing As Rabbi Kert/er writes "We Jews know that there are
many mountain tops and all of them reach for the stars It is. after
all. the reaching which counts
It seemed that the man's atti
tude was polite hut firm "I'm
sorrv.' he told Judy HolJiday,
who was tmng to sell him tick-
ets for a charity concert, "but I
Wont be able to attend the con
cert Its for a most worthy
(an-.' however, and I assure you
I shall he with you in spirit."
"Fine exclaimed Judy. "Now
where would v on like to have
your spirit sit' The tickets are
I and S50."
The rich gentleman meekly re-
plied I'll take a $50 one please "
liu.i\ Kaye sayi he heard a
vounu rabbi preach a sermon in
I on,Ion several weeks ago. "I
shall be brief," said the rabbi
My text He that giveth unto
the poor lendeth unto the I/Ord,'
Brothers and sisters, you have
heard the terms of the loan. .
If you are satisfied with the sc-
curity. put down your cash."
Danny says there was a record
collection in the temple that
night

According to Eddie Cantor, if
the poor man cannot always get
meat, the rich man cannot always
digest it.

Violinist Mischa Elman. who
returned to Israel for a series of
concerts, told us about the poor,
blind woman in Tel Aviv who
put ten dollars into a collection
plate at a synagogue You can
not afford so much." said one
"Yea, I can." she answered.
On being pressed to explain.
she said, "I am blind and I said
to my fellow straw workers. 'How
much money do you spend in a
year for oil in your lamps whan
it is too dark to work niglu-
They replied, 'ten dollars."
"So,*' said the poor woman.
"I found that I save so much in
the year because I am blind and
do .lot need a lamp, and I give
it to shed light in the dark
minds

Jack Benny once remarked:
'll'>l?Uer-ogive*,
Milton Berlf,'^
!hg mJnc>' > bell
he audience: -A^3)
$100 stand up ;?
Quick! Pi,y the"*'
Manner!
" '"'requently j^,
Robinson, "a phjd
one who glve, ,. ,<
should be giving J 23
..,, T*
('lv|nc until jt i^
marks director Metml
.'; n"< a true ^
ty. Some are more,
than other-
Hi Til SMEROTY
A Jeweler Turns Paint
Miicka llman
dark mines
MILTON FRIEIM.IN
Ehan Hits State Department Sore Spot
The surrender of all or part of the Negev to
Egypt is not too high a price for Israel to pay for
in the view of some State Department ele-
ments
State Department officials are not happy over
Israel Ambassador Abba Khan's reference to "a
built-in deadlock' in the Dulles security proposal-
Set retary of State Dulles linked a proposed Ameri-
can security guarantee to the will o' the wish ol
Arab agreement with Israel on permanent borders.
Dulles said if there is to be a guarantee of bor-
ders, it would be normal that there should be agree
iei upon what the borders are The Arab
Dulles knows, are not inclined to agree with Israel
on anything except the cession ot Israel territory
' Arab-
The State Department WSJ not exactly pie.
by Ambassador Eban's Sept n addre to an Israel
Bond conference in Washll Kt.an commend..!
the -pint of the Dulles proposals. But he askel
" Is there not a serious danger thai this proposal as
it stands contains a buill m deadlock with lomber
of disillusion
Eban's genius for logic touched on the very
point in the Dulles proposal about which the State
Department is most sensitive For this was to be
the emergency exit through which the Department
could retreat when called on to provide the security-
guarantees Dulles so grandiosely outlined
The only salvation of the Dulles plan, in the
Israel view, is to disengage it from the elusive pre-
condition of Arab frontier agreement. The I'nited
States guarantees the frontier between the East and
Wist /.me- ol C.crmany and the armistice demarca-
tion line dividing North and South Korea. I'nivers.d
agreement certainly does not exist on these boun
daries Yet t S security commitments were made
Whj must Dulles demand prior agreement" by the
Aral.- to Israel's borders? That's what I-rael wants
to know
ite Department thinking on the Middle KM
i- frequently disguised behind meaningless generali-
ties When such- thinking is exposed to the pene-
trating learchlighl of logic tome state Department
Officials have trouble digesting their shish kebab
at the Sbeheratade restaurant.
erl
An artist whose works belong to childhnnrt m-
Po.and. is presently charming Atn^^n
vases which recall Shadchens. Seders and Simchas Torah
Sixty-two-year-oW Abraham Blustein. who gave up hls J
wholesale jewelry business five years ago ,n turn to ii-T
palette, is now publicly presenting his first one-man shows
Bader gallery here. The collection of painting, ,- entitled^
in Retrospect" and represents, for the most part the artist's
communion with his early years in the Polish Jewish coi
Mr Blustein's style has been described as "primitive"
also personal and warm. Any perceptive spectator can *el
artist paints from his heart. The good portion of Blustein's
canvases are filled with simple forms, glowing in color bot-
activity. ignoring perspective. He has put mUcn of h^i
deepest memories into his paintings. This is how he thinks J
be. Mr. Blustein. who left Poland for the IS at the ageo!UJ
am completely convinced that Jewish themes are my field |{
paint Jewish .. it is my heritage. And if my paintings si
way good, perhaps my grandchildren will sen-e the cultureT
' absorbed."
Since the exhibit began, however. Washingtonians of illi
of many religious backgrounds have surrendered to Mr.
childhood recollections in paint. According to Mr. Bader,:
' the gallery, much talk has centered around the painting I
"Shadchen" or the match-maker which portrays a stereotjj*]
significant institution. Pictured is a yellow bearded character,!
1 torquoisc coat, topped with a black bow ler hat, clutching u |
. hands clasped together wistfully contemplating where his i
might be. So convincing was this shadchen that he caught I
of a local Washingtonian art collector who purchased the |
Recollections of a Jewish funeral procession, a syn
village markets, rustic town types, rabbi-, horses, pigs tail
are all detailed in a large and filled canvas entitled "1
\ painting, with its aroma of ghettoized Poland, had been i
: before at the Baltimore Museum. Some other paintings i
gious ceremonies and Jewish legends. In "Seder.'' the artisftl
seated around the passover table in their one-room housejalj
sleeps in the corner; in "Simchas Torah.' a Jewish congref^
the Rabbi finish the reading of the Torah; and in his inter
the legend "Rabbi with Golem," a rabbi who created the i
which came to life looks only remorseful and not frightestsj
Signs of Marc Chagall, a Russian artist, pop up in BlusWI
ings in the form of a blue goat or an orange horse hoo
Blustein frankly admits, however, that his prime '"""^rj
1 tion during his past painting years has been Chagall. "j
paints it is from his inner world, and this is life itseir *f
'What I like about Chagall's work." Blustein f''nl'neaJv.
titrity. his combination of colors and his expression oIi^aw
n Will LOVEN
Tribute to a Mightv Geni
ILAYIII HOROWITZ
Ike's New Appointment a Sign of Change?
President Eisenhower's selection of Jacob Blau
s'ein as one of the ten-member l.'.S. delegation to
the Tenth Session of the General Assembly holds
deep significance. As far as Israel and American
Jewry are concerned, it means much more than the
mere appointment of an experienced negotiator and
diplomat. The U.S. move, historic in its implica-
tions, can only confirm the view held by some Jew-
ish leaders, namely, that President Eisenhower him
self, like his predecessor. Harry S. Truman, who
gradually began to recognize the importance of
Israel, is beginning to take a special interest in the
Palestine question and wants to see Israel's sover-
eignty safeguarded against any aggressive move on
the part of the bordering states.
That Eisenhower means business || evidenced
not only by the Dulles statement, but also bv the
fact that he decided to select a typical American
nfTh, ,SerrA'nuhwe. US del<>Sat.on In the face
of the oil-rich Arab bloc, this was a bold move. The
first to comment on the appointment of Jacob Blau
stein was a veteran observer at the UN in behalf
'For the first time since the existence of the UN
the Administration included in its delegation to the
General Assembly a Jew who lives hi. Jewishoess
Jewry6""'56"18 *"* imvoiXMi ** Amencan
They came from all over the"
world to cross the royal-blue car-
pet of the beige assembly hall in
the United Nations building to
pledge the atom for the help and
not the hurt of mankindand
among them was the spirit of a
great Jew.
Albert Einstein, who. 50 years
ago in a rooming house in Berne
scrawled his famous theory on a
piece of waste paper, did not live
to see his dream realized.
The man who first propounded
the theory if you split an atom
you have got energy, could not
take his seat of honor when the
curtain went up on the world's
first atomic conference but
he was there in spirit.
When scientists from 72 na-
tions renewed old friendships
ruptured by 15 years of cold war.
he was there.
He was there when American
and British atom men met and
chatted with Russians on how to,
harness the power packed atom
for god and not evil.
For it was the dream of this
old man with the shock of white
hair and the twinkling eyes to
see the world's best brains join
in common effort ta 4
atoms bad name.
When, seven years'
posed this very thing-" ,
him "naive They <*f
a genius who ^
tower Political and
fairs were not r J l
him. the, said. His -I
of abstract theory
But this is wlw' hei
years ago:
"Our world is W
crisis, the extent on
to have scaped thfe*
,he power to take gJJ
for good or^J
power of tne i
rtneVl^T
essential if h-J^
vivc To avertj*yfc
eome the most urt^
of our time


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7, 1955_______
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183318
l.i U INK i iLMSTKIi. n.k.a.
I H'lUK > M.MSTEAD und
,11'I.KS MERMAN, Plaintiffs,
vs.
r.Mll. r ZWIRNER, not known to
i... dead or alive; ami the unknown
pOUMi h'liH. devisee*. U'c.n.
grantee*, u'ljton oi oilni i.n
i lalmlnK by, through or uihI. r
carl p. zwmwp.it.
and all persona claiming any estate,
right, tltlr or Interest in or Hen
upon the" real property her.-In .1-
scribed, nr any put i thereof, which
i- located in Dade county, Plorlda
Tracl is, in Section n. T<>uniihi|>
51 s.Mitii. Khiiki' *<> Baat, according
in I'l.ii "i the Fiorina Fruit Lands
Company, recorded In Plai Booh I,
17 of tin- Public Record! of
I lade County, Plorlda, Defendant*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl CARL P. BWIRNER, no) known
in In- dead in alii, .mil the un-
known apoui a, hi da* Iseea,
legateea, granti ea. credlto
other pai i laa claiming by,
ihiiiiiKh or under CARL P.
ZWIRNER, \i>m:kss;
INKNOWN
; ml all peraoni l.iimini; ,-inv es-
tate, t Ignt. title or Interest In, .-i
Hen upon the real propertj herein
tibed. or aju pan thengbf,
which i- Nscatod in bade County
State '.f Plorlda:
Tracl <*. in Section 11, Townahtp
:..' South, Range io East, accord-
ing to I'l.n of the Florida Fruit
Lands Company, recorded in pint
Booh 2, Page IT of the Public
R.....Is nf I lade < 'ount) Plot Ida
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
Vor ARE HEREBY notified thai
Complaint t.> Quiet Title nan bean
filed agalnat you, ami you are hereb)
required to serve a iupy of your An-
swer t.i tin- Complaint on riaintirrn
Attorneys, Hanoi Oenet. 140 Lincoln
Road), .Miami Beach. Florida, ami file
the oi iKinal Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
OB oi before the 21th day of October.
IMS, In default of which the alien-
tloim of fald Complaint win i- taken
is i niifeised against vou
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 20th
da) of September, IMS
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) i: ll. RICE, ii:
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
OENET OENET
Attorney! tor Plaintiffs
P-'u Lincoln Roa.I
Miami Beach, Hoi Ida
M 10/7-14
lUNTY JUDGES COURT
IFOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE No. 36171-B
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in their olfli .-. in the
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fra "ht calendar months
p''f Hi,- first publication
ldu"''rileiii;,n,N to con.
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Tfnunistratnr c.T A
Itaml i:., ,,. ,.,,.
N*OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
teas under the fictitious nams of
AUTOMATIC i;.\s CO., at 13090 N W.
7th Avenue, Miami mi. and 1460 N E.
Daln Road, Dade County, in-
tends to register said nafa with the
Clerk ot the Circuit Court ol Dade
i 'ounl). Florid i
ias SERVICE '< IRPORATION
A Florida Corp
MYERS. II KIM \N ft KAPLAN
At torne) tot Applli ant
r, ii S.kIu,| Hl.lt:
| I4-13-J0 1" 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
th iiiiiUisign, ii. io sit Ing i" tigs
business unriet the fii iltloun nan
EQUITABLE MORTOAOE EQUITA-
BLE MORTGAGE A INVESTMENTS:
KM ICO, at UK DuPont Building, In-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the iii-.iiit Court of Dade
('ount). f-1 i nl i
MITCHEL KR \.MKK
MONROE DIXON
At torneys for Applli ant
I70 Coral w aj
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NANMIRLAF;CTlT'0^
M hki:,.:1;y r.\\W that
PittHSF.*0 '"
Pklr'-I. Intends to rea-
!&?$ & liF?
"i Dade i nuiii),
fe^KNHELD
jApplli
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICE is HEREBY ':i\ EN that
the imdci sidled, desirina to
business under the fictitious name ol
HKACOM HAIt. at .'i Beacom Blvd.,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I >ade i 'ount) Florida.
CHRIBTIAN RE1CHERT
Sol,- OwHet
KKSSI.KR ft OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17-vJ W Magler St.
I I: ?.(l 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby hives that
the umiei slKiied, desiring to ennaKe In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN' LAMP COMPASY. at
:!7.'.l M.W. :.:ird Street. Miami, Plorlda,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade
County, Florida.
EDWARD N CAVERT
HlLDCIt I* CAVERT
HARVEY 1L KLEIN
7n.' IliM-sMie Ilulldlng
Attorneys for Edward N. (avert
and Hlldiir I. Caveit
8/23-30 10/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW *
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
LEW FASHIONS OP MIAMI BEACH
and Lolls RELNSTEIN FURK, ln-
i, nds to reaiMci said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIfl RE1NSIKIN
GBOROB J. TAI.IANoKK
At tut ne> for Api.'icants
9/16-2S-J0 10/7
MIAN McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN MrCUNF, MA I
MARI0N C McCUNE. M A I
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IN THT,C-EDBY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF tmc
FtomEoVM,NUDicJrt^'"r?C,t'of
miTTTifflVw.c5.LkEN5 "^"'int.
SUIT FOR DIVORrc
'" BpfT JEAN COLLY'S
c/e Mr- BiniH Rabi
Bqi 381, Route S "
llatriiiiiin. Team
U are h.r.ln notified lhat a Rill
Of nmplami f, |)iv,,,, ,^ ,,^
..... *" ind you are reoulred
"- copy of your Answer or
"'i n to the Bill of Complain! on
';i;!-;:iitiri.Ar,,,,,>. ARTHUR D
I V.VAN- -'-'' u' -' Ptaaler
nai Answer or Pleading In th, of-
>f the ink ,.r the Clr. uit Court
hi .., before the itl. day of November
1955. if you rail to do s.,. Judgmenl by
default wm be token against you tor
ine relief demanded In th.- Bill of
< omplalnt.
This noli, shall l- |, il.li- ,..,! ,,, ..
r:" I-m',,'',': f'"" ""^' l"iv
in I III. JEWISH PLORIDI \\
. ,"">'K \x.....tDERED at Miami.
A1orMa|j thl Mrd day of September!
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Plorlds
By WM W STOCKING,
ii ircim Com t Si al I I puu Clei k
ARTHUR I.. DECKELMAN
Attorney foi Plaintiff
MM w.-st Plaglet SI
Miami. Florida
1" 7-11-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, ii.-sirlnic to engage in
business under the ri< tltlous name ol
JENNIFER HOMES, at Dade County,
intends to register said name with the
cierk or the circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
IKNMI ER HOMES, INC.
a Florida Coi in,ration
genet \ oenet
aiioi nej s for Appit, anl
I'.'" Lincoln Road
- 1" 7-14-2!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183244
JOSHUA 7. BTADLAN, Plaintiff,
\ i,
JOHN CICCARIELLO, also known
as JOHN CHICARELL1, ami
ANGELA CICCARIELLO, also
known a.- ANGELA CHICARELLI,
his wife: HENRY AARON; and
John CARP1TA and MRS JOHN
CARPITA, ins wife, Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
TO: JOHN CICCARIELLO, also
known as JOHN CHICARELLI,
and ANGELA CICCARIELLO,
known as ANGELA CHIC-
ARELLI, his Wife
|nL' Wisteria Street, I:
Highland Paris, New Jersey
You, JOHN CICCARIELLO, also
known as JOHN CHICARELLI, and
ANGELA CICCARIELLO. also known
as ANGELA CHIC \i:i:i.i.i. his wife,
are hereb) notified thai s complaint
for Foreclosure .-f Hortgagi on the
foiiowinx described property, Bltuate,
lying and being in Dade County, Flor-
to wit:
Lots :! ami M Of PARADISE
park, according to the plat
thereof recorded in plat Book IS
at pag< of the Public R< i ords
of Dade County, Plorlda;
has I.,. ii riled against you and you
an required i.....rve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the BUI of
Complaint on ihe Plaintiff's Attorney,
GEORGE CHERTKOP, 107 Olympla
Building, Miami :IL'. Florida, and file
th,- original Answet ot Pleading In the
offne ..I the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
,,n 01 li.-foi i the J'.si da) of < toller.
If >oii fail to do so. Judgment
b\ default will be tak.n against you
for the relief demanded In Hie Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each w.-ek tor four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH Kl.oltllUAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this r.uh day of September,
A l> 19."il.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Coinl,
Ii.iil, Count v. Flotilla
By R. M. HAWKINS.
(Circuit Cunt s.-ai Deputy Clerk
OEORGE CHEKTKoK
Attorney for Plaintiff
607 Olympla Building
Miami 32. Florida
Phone: 9-3113
9/28-30 10/7-H ____________i,
NOTICE UNOEI; FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIMPSON'S AUTO SALES, at 80j B.
Okeechobee Road, HlaUah, intends to
register said name with the ( terk of
the Circuit Court of Dade county.
Florida. ROBERT SIMPSON
HENRY B11JJ
IRVING SCHKLMAN
1 Lincoln Road
Attornevs for Atmllcants
9/16-23-30 10/7_________________________
~ NOTICC UNDfeK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBU that
un curt of Dade County Florida.
DAISY S ORIGINALS, IN"
\ Put Corp
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je\bold Bid*
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY nl\ EN lhal
th. undersigned, desl lug to i ngagi
name ol
i i \i iir ,i I2 N ml ivenue,
Florida. .
. ui, the Clerh of the Clr-
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few? FOR DAE COUNTY. FLOR-
O.Miv CHANCERY. No. 183505
HELEN ROSEN, Plaintiff
HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant
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IO. lll-^Mi.VN ROSEN
-I HOmeai.ad Park
o Biorika
Newark. New,.T.-re\ I
Ton are herein notified that a|Ki','
plaint for Divorce has l.en filed
against vou, and you are required to
erve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to th,. Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ALVIN s. CAWN, One Lin-
'is,,ln, ,"""'' Building, Miami Beach,
Florida, and rile the original Answer
or Pleading In the office Of the Clerk
..j the ci cult Court on or before the
lal da] of October, IMS; if you fail
to ,1,, >,, judgment hv default will be
tak.n sgalnal you for the relief de-
li 'i in the i 'omplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED In Miami,
Florida, this nth day of September,
B LEATHERMAN,
< '! i k, circuit i -,
I lade 'oiiniv. Plot
By R ll. RICE m:
'-! XL) I i. put) Cl-rk
SO 10/7-U-J1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36299 A
In It- ESTATE ol'
DAN a ci ii.i.iEK. Deceased
'" xii Cred.....s ami am p( sons ii i
mg claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You, and each of you, are ii.
notified and required to present
Claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have agalnat the
estate of DAN A. COLLIER, di
late Of Hamilton County, Ohio, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
DadJa County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will lie bal I ell
Date s-iitimber i:,th. AD. in:,:,.
LEON A. EP8TEIN
As Ancillary Administrator
C.T.A. of the Estate of
DAN A COLLIER, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
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Administrator c.T.A.
I ::;-:!0 10/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
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NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to .-imam- in
business under the fictitious name oil
K C. PACKAGE STORE, at l > N W
lsi Aven le, Miami, Plot Ida, Intends
to registei said name with the Clerk
of the cii. ult Cunt ,,f i iade I 'ount).
Florida
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MARK SILVERSTEIN, At".
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1" 7-1 l-JI-.'s
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Clei k of the I 'Ii cull Court of i is Ii
' !ounty, Plorlda
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...... ii- r and
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'. i', owner
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i a io in 7-n
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August 2i. 1912, as Amended b) the
A.-ts ol March I, lM, ami Jul) :'.
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19.15.
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Fia.
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, IMS)
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NAME LAW
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isiin N XV. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM. G. HOKUM
SAMUEL B DBUT8CH
S XMI KL TRIMBLE
GEORGE L. KNIOHT
Attorney tor Applicants .___..
......; Security Bldg., Miami 32, Florida
!. 23-M 1" 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183670
WILLIAM CHARLES SODERGREES
Plaintiff
vs.
JOAN EVELYN SODERGREEN,
I i.-letl.l.int
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IOVN K-VELYN SOOBtt4,:itEKN
Olen Cove, f^Tlg Lslanit
New York
Vor Ai:|.: HEREBY NOTIFIED
i Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against > oil and imi
..... required to file youi answar in the
office of the Clerk ,.f the Circuit
Court, Hade County. Florida, and a
copy of your answer on the Plaintiff's
attorney, JOSEPH ROKENKRANTZ,
one Limolii Road Bldg.. Miami
Beach. Plorlda, on or b i..... the Ith
day of November, 11
Late,I this i i, lr ::. 1955.
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en, ail Clerk
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'SK.xi.i Deputy Clerk
10/7-14-21
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NEWS of the
WEEK in REVIEW
UNITED STATES
Three Israeli families residing in Greater Now Yark Joined the
group of proselytes to Judaism at Wilbur, W.Va., for the celebration of
Succoth starting Oct. I. The Israelis are Dr. Jacob Rubin, author, editor
and publicist; Stella and Avraham Mulilliaum. Haifa; and I I/aak.
Davar's correspondent in the States. A large gathering is expected on
the mountain height >1 West Virginia. The Weixmann Institute of
Science is the organization at whose annual dinner Dec. 1, at the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel, the former Premier of France, Pierre Mendes-
France, will be the honored guest. A fortune awaits one Alexander
Horowitz, son of Bernard and Adelle Horowita ol Brohorbech Galicia
An appeal has been made to AJP by Sofia Zucker. of Berlin, asking
for the whereabouts of this Alexander Horowitz, lor whom a fabulous
fortune has been left Yehudah Leb Horowitz, now 75 and famous
for having brought the Krai bottle ol wine from Israel tc v ri ia hi
1902, has consented to acl as the "clearing-house" t"r the location oi
the missing Horowitz.
The Sabbath of the world, mearinn, the boginninn of an era of
etsrnal peace, will begin m 13 y irs, in 1068 <>;' 5738, ace rdii
Dov Shlomo London, Jerusalem publici I n in America Intervi
tins week, Mi London suited that he bases his conclusions >>n ret
i and i"' lictions about the "En taken from Hi" Bible
nud and Caballa literature R.-.hbi Isaiah Zeldin, Hk
Los Angeles College of Jewish Studies, announces that his ii
offer a regular!] sen duled course foi nverts t"
For the first time on tin West i h c mrs*
' igress in both Ni w \11 k and I hie
The issue of free passage by Israel-bound ships through the Gjlf
cf Aqaba, it was reliably teamed, \
Session ol the i N '.("irnii \-*].:, It 1
iiiiiii tood 1 Blreadj has the support ol the majorit) t N mem
The State Department is beginning to worry cbouf the recent
Adenauer-Bulganio "!ove-fest." The British WOK the first rtiov.
in reasons why Bonn satisfied the Kremlin's request
'. establishment I diplomatic relations, Conrad Adenauer had
thi i" -.a upon his return to German) "The Soviet Union exti
( sixth ol the earth's surface and i- at the moment one ol the
must powerful states in the world This cannot he doubted, this cannot
red, anil it would have hecn unwise for ;i- in turn down the
fer." But, what about the 'Secret Agreement,' Mr. Adenauer?
Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov arrived in New
Yoik to lead the USSR delegation to the UN. Egypt's Foreign Minister,
moud Fawzi arrived about the same time The uja, stirred by
it] casualties in riot-ridden MOTOCCO and the rising clamor id North
African Jewrj for emigration t<> Israel, has announced that it is
forming an extraordinary overseas study mission el the nation's most
innent Jewish leaders who will leave in mid-October (Or a three-
. on-the-spot investigation The U.S. Government's foreign aid
agency is allocating $50,000 to ORT toward the establishment of a spe-
cial vocational school program among immigrant youth in Israel. Dt
v.i.....:: Haber ORT president, signed the agreement last week.
ISRAEL
In his New Year message. President Izhak Ben Zvi warned the
Arabs against continued hostility. At the same time he chided the
Western Powers for failing to "act effectively" to bring peace The.
Israel Government has formally served notice to the world of its deter-
mination to run the Egyptian blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba. Mai (ion.;
I I. II, Bums is confronted with a number of problems in connection
witii the establishment of a "physical barrier*' on the Gaza frontier it
is not at all certain now whether an actual barbed wire fence will l>e
used. During the recent Gaza flare-up Israel issued a general mobiliza-
tion call which appears still to be in effect. Addressing 450 officer
cadets recently. David Ben Gurion declared: "Our Army, and the en-
tire nation with it is subjected to a continuous trial almost day by day
and night by night; and only a few days ago ij again proved its fighting
Miperiorin both <>n land and in the air A severe earthquake struck
Egypt last week. Il was also felt in Israel The Jews of Egypt marked
the New Year with mixed hopes and apprehensions. .
PEOPLE
The $64,000 TV {uil winner. Capt. Richard McCutchen, when naked
ire he WOO the Brand prize whether he carried any lucky charms.
ied that he did Taking three OUt Of his pocket, one was a Mezuza.
Joseph N. Corson of Philadelphia has been nain I chairman Of the
nationwide campaign to raise SHfi million to finance pro.
1 sh Theological Seminary, the I'nitod Synagogue and the Rabbinical
Assembly. .
The veteran social worker Joseph Greenhut has been bi
director of field operations of the Armed Services Dm
... Rabbi Morton c. Fierman is the new director of the < amp oi
Living Judaism, sponsored bj the Union of American Hebrev I ongre-l
ins at Saratoga in northern California Dr. Abraham Granott,
world chairman of the hoard of directors of Keren Raven rael
arrives in America on Oct 18. Dr. Harris J. Levine, I oi the
JNF here announces
New York's new Consul General Of Israel, Semah C. Hyman, who
was recently greeted by the Israeli. Yiddish and English-Jewish press
corps at the home ol Joshua Justman, will open the Fifth [n-Service
i ouna for Teachers offered by the Nee York Board ol I n iii
cooperation with the Israel Office ol Lhformati >n at the Jewish Museum
Israel In Middle East," is the title ol course
Friedman Fefed
At Party Here;
Leaves for Israel
Israel Histadrut Committee in
cooperation with the Hebrew Club
1 and the Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
tion of (Jreater
Miami gave a
farewell party
for the noted He
brew educator
David Friedman.
and lln Fried
man on the Oc-
casion of their
projected trip to
Israel
The party took
place T u e day
evening in the
auditorium of the Temple Fmanu
El Hebn h m hool
lorlWr Chapter Tto Scheduled
Membership tea of Lorber chap
ter. Jewish National Home for As
thmatic Children at Denver, will
be held at the home of Mrs San-
ford Kay. 4400 Pinetree dr., Thurs
day. Oct. 6.
Fun for charity will be the pro
gram of chairman Mrs. Allan Mi
chaelson. She will show "Wings
Over Denver." a film depicting
the children at play and their im
provements after entrance to the
home.
Sal^" a skit ^ "*
coming yMr ^
past '* raised!.
ver Home *?**"
Home At J2)
fiRht children E*
being *-.-.. ..
Prej
will Sf
Home
president Mrs. Hwrg
Friedman is one of the organ >
i/ei s of the Temple Emanu-EI He- 1oun9 Mlllti Mmi
brew school and has been teaching a
the graduate class for 14 years 'mple Emanu-El y J
The Temple has granted Friedman,Wl" ,neet on Wed^jTS'
sabbatical leave for one year. dur-,ct 12. in the Temai
ing which he will attend special Highlight of the*
higher courses in Hebrew ed.ua -k ,.^ntat10n Zl
tion in, Israel. .....
''r "ii Washington',
Rearson Named
Representative
National office of Farband Labor
Zionist organization has appointed
Mr Jacob Kearson as its represen-
tative for the Greater Miami area
and for the entire Southeastern
region.
Rearson was for many years a
member of the Farband national
executive and organized many Far-
band branches in New York. He
was the mayor of Roosevelt. M, J .
lor three terms.
He is now president of the
Greater Miami Poale Zion.
To Honor Director
Sisterhood of Hiateah Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold a
luncheon honoring the Center's
new education director. Mrs. N.
Kisner, on Thursday noon, Oct. 13.
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Page 6 A + fan^nrskte>r Background of Riots Against Jews in North Africa By LEON TAPIERO JTA ments on the Jewish problem in tured a letter from Meyer ToleMorocco-had agreed to the pubdano a young ba JJ^ *g5 lication of a eommon dee.aration I blanea !" ^^ g"* No political stand might bo group. claimed to explain that in some | Howevor (he spiri of the declar cities such as Mazaean. Sr.fi an I ^^ js |he import;int thing to Ouezzane. the rioters aimed their ((in ^ j( or „ rt calIpd that both lfon to take shortly after the PPu'ation. I J5 oroccan nationaI c m mun „y I attacks on Jewin ( t*bl both anca and while two thousand Jews wore still an( In Mazagan. for instance. 1.700' without anv discrimination; Jews had to seek their safety hy flying away from the fortunately enough, the cape before the rioters began tneir h;i( | forged. action, breaking the doors of Jewbepn broadcast, one mav assume opinion, ish houses, plundering them and tha it wou i d have had no effect I fent stands as exist among tne setting fire. whatsoever in preventing the antij French population. Strange as it may sound, in MazaJewish attacks of August 20th. It is true that nationalist propagan, Jews and Moslems are report-' since these cannot be grounded in ganda in Morocco has always aced to have generally been living political reasons. knowledged the Moroccan Jews in a rather friendly way. This „ |s (rue tha jn Casablanca. I r 'K hts >" equality of citizenship. makes all the more difficult a polij m on h oar ,j er hundreds of Jews The exiled Sultan, on several occatical explanation of these events. I had a]so been attacked in the mcl *ons, had solemnly made the same unless the explanation be sought in lah and abou t ten Jewish shops declaration. The problem is: are the very ancient axiom that whenand four Jewish houscs plundered these declarations enough to face ever a mob gefs out of hand it acts and burned It j s said that these | the future with confidence. according to the most primitive %  attacks originated in rumors that When the nationalists began and deep-rooted prejudices aiming | some j ew j sn youngsters had joined I fighting for the return of their its blows especially against minor-, m ne E uropean anti-Moslem vio\ Sultan, the Jews were urged to ities. Other reasons might be j enccs 0 f j u j y 15th consecutive to 'join in their demonstrations, as any sought in the fact that Jews are ne Mcrs-Sultan bomb of July 14th. |other Moroccan subject. Placed bethe only non Moslem people living Th De puties immediately issued a dec-1 the Jews did not generally take Of the Moslem districts (medmasv ]a / aUon statj Jg hc Jewish l any official position. They did not t is also believed that the Arab ; communitv had aken rt what ..take any hostile position to the naLeague propaganda among Morocsoever in the disturbanC es and contionalist claims either. As for the cans may have fanned the flames demned every ac of violence strikes which frequently affected 01 ratren. _.„„.* ,J .u-. „„ Moroccan business, there was not, Whatever the explanation, the h V 1 „lC „, wl' I" I in the first year, a very strong ,, £ their side, a number of Moslem events in Mazagan Sat,. Ouezzane rcpres< n(atjves intended t0 expr „ s are all the more d.scour ... g£ rcgrets (Q he Jewjsh com munity representatives in the course of a planned joint meeting with the military commander of ( asablanca. But. actually, the Moslem and the Jewish representatives had separate audiences with the military' commander. A few days later, a Casablanca "MarocPresse," feaFridm J^NOTK* record when one thinks that three days before, a group of Jewish personalities had met in Casablanca with a number of prominent Moroccan nationalists and — on the basis of the communique of the political directors of the World .ii wish CongreH in London concerning Nationalist leaders' statein wspaper MORTGAGE LISTINGS WANTED NEWLY FORMED MORTGAGE COMPANY desires to contact persons who are in a positon to furnish good mortgage listings. Highest listing fees paid. Write: Mr. Y.. The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida. 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But, in the course of this year, some Jewish shopkeepers were shot, as Moslem ones would be. for having opened their shops or sold boycotted goods, and ever since, the Jews joined in the strikes, for the same reason as most Moslem shopkeepers: fear. When a riot occurred last year in Pet it jean where several Jews were killed and their bodies burnthe middle of the street, the Islal Party sent letters to the sh community and distributed pamphlets assuring them that it had no responsibility in those murders. In the course of recent years, a group of young independent Jews who looked forward to contacts with the nationalists, had the occasion to meet them under the auspices of a French and Moroccan organization "Les Amities MaroCaines." An effort has thus been made to bring the nationalist leaders to think of the Jewish question. The intended joint declaration mentioned earlier ia another instance of this endeavor of some Jewish personalities to secure a climate of comprehension. Now, events are moving faster. The French Government invited to Aix-les-Bains Jacques Dahan, Secretary General of the Jewish Board of Deputies and Dr. Leon Benzajquen. prominent member of the i Casablanca Jewish Community. Before they left, the deputation de dared: "The time for action cannot be postponed any longer. The dilemma is clear" either to go deeper in the direction of hatred and fear, or to find a sensible solution to the Moroccan problem." On its side, the World Jewish Congreaa deeming it essential that it* opinion on the Moroccan solutions be heard at Aix-lcs Hams, has delegated Meyer Toledano to go there Whatever the results of the Aix les Bains conference, whatever the future status of the Jews in a new Morocco, the problem remains .,f the precariousness of ti„. tartan position and the problem of Jews leaving the country as they please. Anti-Semitism |a not 0 f C0U rse a specific Moslem feeling. The fact that there are still among the European population those who shout at a Resident General and Ambassadeur of France "Go away you dirty Jew" (even though a President Grandval does not belong to the Jewish community), gives evidence of it. In any demo cratic country, every citizen has a Harry Kosnnsky Kosansky Named Commission Head Harry Kosansky has been elected director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Herman Klausnor, chairman, and Maurice Pilsk, co-chairman. Kosansky attended Long Island University and Brooklyn College, from which he received his BA degree, with a major in sociology and psychology He recently received his Masters degree at the School of Social Work of Wayne University, having also studied in the graduate department of community organization at Yeshiva University. A graduate of the Herzliah Hebrew High School, Kosansky attended the Herzliah Teachers Academy for one year. Kosansky is a member of Young Israel of Brooklyn and the American Association of Group Workers. Te has worked in a supervisory capacity with tht Hillel Foundation of City College-Downtown. New York; the Williamsburgh YM & WHA and at Camp Tamarack in Michigan. right to leave the country and settle wherever he is able to. Would that be the case tomorrow, for Jewish Moroccan citizens, who wish to avoid exposure to possible mob fury, even if the general situation of these Jewish citizens is satisfactory? That is the question. LEGAL NOTICI mi". Mi H "; '% % %  < %  ..;,'„ ""^79 NOTICE oT7poT^~-rro vA o T V. il F 51 *5t nnsKi.v 7,,,'r," 1 '; — ., %  •' % %  -> % %  > -i %  ,s,r ?:>**4 A I. .V-'fcv*] III l.n ..:<„, .,,/," ••' „,,,.. ••"' I h "I nl %  „ ;, '" Lot S, Block 13, Ruhd ml. •••• One, ,.,.„ he >'< %  %  ".Ill „( _,, < ertlfli .... .),., ; In ",' %  1 m Imll ''••'I this 1,1, ,|, v „, LEATSQI < 1.1 k of circuit iHy X C STPBM M'ir.-uii 1 •„,„•, SK.II SSm 14 7-14-11-M ii 1 IN THE CIRCUIT~C0URT'3t 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUT n FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORll CHANCERY. W ?}JOSKI'll II WI1.KIXS. PbjT ri.,\itAiii:i.i. E, WIU(MI I'r'l-a NOTICE BY PUBLICATII To il.AHADKI.l, K WILK'JJ SJ3 Weal r,i-i s, Hawthorne •'..iif.uiiii TOL' ARE IIKRKBT X01 that 11 Hill of %  'omplaint for hM been fill ,1 ngalmt )ow %  — H, f l.ilcli\ I,( |III!H| lOMTeiJ of your annwer I.. th RO ea plain, ..,. Ih.' pUlnUfl IH VAI, PLAGO .i>'\ vs. i.i | Road, Ulan Beai Kioridv the 01 iuin '1 inpwer in tht C, the Clerk "f il #• CTrrttft O.n before the 4th day r,i v v. In defauli -if which ll plaint will be ,.ikn at aualnsl s• .u DATED thio Irt .ly of I' 1! I.KATHEBW Clerk ..f ,he i'i %  • < Bj i: II RICE Ji is. ,n iifpa:? 10/7-11-21 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME ANO BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO A 1,1. To Wllo.M THESE PRESENTS SIIAI.1. COMB, UREETINOS M'bereaa, .1 i. OABIN, MIAMI. FLORIDA I.II. I.IAN NOVIKOH MIAMI. FLORIDA SIANI.KV I.EVITi II. MIAMI. FLORIDA did % %  II the Z6th flay Of Se|ileiiil.ei A I' !!•'.:'. cstuaa t" l^' Ineorporatea the provision* ••( Cteptei Florida Statute*. UABIN COS"JTRL'CTION CO., a <rlon. with Ita priiu i|Ml |I1MI ot huxlnea* at .Miami. I >.!•!..oiinty. in the State of Florida, and where*a the atookholdera of KUI ii rorporatloi .u the f"i>aoini and ilwt he in nils(l>'l ih.ii ili. i.'i iii.-nta "f law have been "i.ipli.-.l with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I ha\e hereunto s.-t aay hand and l>a\e affixed the Oreat S.ul "f ,', %  • SI.if. "f H.Tiil.i. at TalUhiisi.ee. the Capital, (hi* the Thirtieth da> "I S. -pi. mbar, A I>. II C A iMtAY ISKM.I Me.r.iaiy of State I" i Y\ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51112 Nnfflrt Ii hereby given lli.it MAX R. SILVER, Trustee holder M asaliriie...f City "I Mi..mi Tax Sale Certificate Nil.nl..-nl fi:,, ,!.(,.,I the ll "**J 1 -....I C< and baa made ap%  I Ian • ii!i law. Said %  i %  dei i Ibf l tied in i •..'!• Couniy. In aril i ••' -.M. Hik < City, rial Book .".. I'ase 7.1. In the CRj Mian COUM) "f Kiide. Stale <>f FUM aaseasntfHit of as id pro pert] dei the Certificate laxUfsl M In the name ..f I NKNOW.V. I'nleaa said Car title* t* -hull be n da*iiad sccordina to law. tax deed will laswe thereon • •n the ath dav of November. A.D. Hated thin 4th day of October, A.D. I H I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Itadc County. Fto rtda. By N. C. art'ERRBTT. 'Circuit Court Saal) Deputy Clerk 19/7-14-II-H — 11/4 STAH NOTICE TO CREOITCW IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CM IN ANO FOR DAOE 0*'"' FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No In Re: ESTATE OK MtA Ri iKENZWEIfl To All I "ledili'l ..Mil All i %  Inn Claims or I'.-inan'ls Ag.JJl 1 •..,. %  You. and ea. h of ] notified and requ '• "> F* claim* ;.n I di n until snail i |ili.-i ol !' Mb %  of IKA I ,i late ol k County, l- UM Hon ', ihe Mini I lb>de County, Horld*, i'ai i lend f|ii.t publi. ..' on hi • or demandi I tonuni ii> %  dreat of thi Imanl ^iw %  • i •• |.K IN A 1 l'sTM> \>An< lllarj Ailmici CT \ ol lb' IKA MYKIIS HE1XI W KAreiJ Adn 10/7-n "CERTIFICATE OF CORK' DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BV AUTHORITY OF THE 51 OF FLORID* TX) AM. TO WHOM KN'IS SHAM. I M Wher-:.... ...rtllll R I "II'MM Ml. t, ;*l' 2 [ fAWiKH MIAMI"' *"' 1 *"' "' ,U!n*S Smi.ii.-s. H Vl.X l. K F INC >a**L phi.-.% % %  : ;. %  %  r3m Couniy. when rinpteml.i-r \ '•' In Hie ^-SE M..1"I II" -' %  "•' .' %  ,1, authenticai .'V the llj ahowlna ih. %  l "" ih. Now. H Stale d 'Vv WITNIW awej ..-' I' \ I ___^"• sage ,he uii l |.-i>"--"-. ,, i'; fh-HlWf! hu-lnens iin.l' ."?'„ THE THE in %  <;; ]^\s TIIK NEER ""'W-'BVVT, tL Causeway. Ml *"'' *nb %  ; h loria m 1MB ****** JOSEPH AB t p';„.-.nt. Attorney for APP 404 Se>''l>' BWfJ0/7-H"-" |



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Page 2 A *JenisMcrk0ian iiiMHb*, Ail-Out Effort Opens Here to Collect Pledges for Combined Jewish Appeal An all-out effort to collect emergency funds to meet the demands of countless health, welfare, and social institutions was launched this week by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Increasing de mands by bene I i< 1.11 y agenda%  %  I the Combine! J< wish A p peal • (iufi i 11.4 repeal requests oi the part of thi United J e wish peal, have ne itated i li < ( m c rgeney acaccording t" Stanley I'. Myers. Federation president. October has been designated • Redeem Your Pledge" month by officials of Federation David PhilFederation treasurer, will act overall chairman of a giant .:i t\ wide collection program which will bring funds to man> of the Creator Miami institutions which serve men. women and children in the fields of social welfare, aged care, health and religious education. Weinkle diminished income at this time of year." Although Creator Miami families will feel the effects ol sluggish, redemption of Combined Jewish Appeal pledges quite soon, there are man) significant programs C Myers stated Altai projects in the held ol civic defense may suffer unless Federation can turn pledges into cash at once. The work ol combat ing bigotry and anti-Semitism and strengthening the forces oi democ racj and good-Will must L:,I forward and. unless civic defense agencies such as the Joint Defense Appeal. Jewish War Veterans, Jew ish Labor Committee and the American Jewish Congress re ceive allocations, their work will lag at a time when these programs AsMstJng Phillips in the organare so urgently needed in our comization of the collection program munitv will be a corps of top communal leaders who have been active for many years as officers and board n %  mbers of the specific agencies quiring help at this critical time. Carl Weinkle. honorary president of Federation. Aaron M Kan irmer CJA campaign chair and Sam J. Heiman, this chairman, have accepted asKanner Phillips meats to organize pledge-col lection projects in the large i ift categorj Assisting will be Sam A dstein, _C'arl Suaskind, If. J, Kopelwitz. Jack Muravchick. Jo sc-ph M. Rose and a group of members ot Federation's executive committee Federation is confronted daily by urgent requests of Greater Miami welfare, education, and health institutions for immediate cash to continue their service to the pubFlorida Observes Handicap Week National Employ the Physically Handicapped week wa~ observed throughout Florida this week, accord, ng to I.eo Axlrod, chairman Ol the Slate Chamber's committee on handicapped placement The movement :sponsored nationally by the President's Coin < on Employment of the Physically Handicapped and with ernor's committee headed bj (laud M Andrew,,i the State I lonal Rehabilitation S< :\ ice Stati ('iii ber committee Is linating .it the state level the act iv it ieol local chambers of commerce, B'nai Hrith Handicap ped Placement Committees ot Hor nl.i the Honda Heart Association. JayCees, Cerebral Palsy Association and other groups interested in the economic rehabilitation of phj sically handicapped persons. Axliod said. Through such local groups an employer will be selected in each city who is doing the most for handicapped workers, and several will be considered for presentation of the President's citation. Others doing an outstanding job in the •mployment of the physically disabled will be qualified for the Appointment of Rabbi Joel S. Getten as director of the newly reorganized Metropolitan Council of the United Synagogue of America was announced Wednesday by Victor J. Herwitz. Council president. Rabbi Geffen, who has been national director of the Department of Field Activities and Community Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America since 1944, in his new post succeeds Rabbi Harry W. Katchen. r BESIDE YOURSttF.., t)fthi pt problem f fan INMCTION Wor/d' largest I"See Veer Classified Directory hi Orkli Office Neireit YM" Member of B'nai i'rlth said Phill.ps. "Such agencies ^ a, of n C om hC Fl nda ^ tham Wednesday asth, Bureau of Jewish F.ducat.on, ^' J h n i the vocational service and New ?.l" ,n J _. V \ h,ch Axlrod American programs oi the Jewish Family Service and others are wholly dependent upon Federations allocation for their operating tunds. In the case of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Greater Miami Jew merce, according to a announced Junior Program Announces Registration in Miami Switches To Group 2 Registration for the junior pro gram of the Town Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center ish Community Center, cash is esfor boys and g.rls six to'12 years pecially important in view of their age is now being taken at 450 S\V 16 ave it was announced by LIBVIB* C^-SX^L***. Mrs Bernard Weksler. chairman nisjn jWITClleS of the junior program committee. Many different kinds of con structive activities are being offered. These include Brownies. James W. High, real estate and <-'"*> Scouts, dramatics, ballet dancmsui ance executive, has qualified in 8cooking club, art classes, bors as a Miami city commission candi-! a n d girls clubs, archery, game date in Group 2. although he had ro m and varied gym activities originally announced that he plan Mrs Wek sler said ned to run in Group 3 High explained that he will run in Croup 2 because "I felt that Group 3 was too crowded, and the votcn needed a stand up voice to represent them in Group 2" Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE.. MIAMI 10O8 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUOERALE Top Quality Merchandise of Florida's Lowest Price! FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KNOWN mom COAST TOCO AST" S. I. Frppdman %  BJ M. Rephan HEBREW BOOK STOBE 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between fourth and fifth Stt. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES far Synagogues and Private Us* AIM for Hebrew Sen..I, CT1BD "OTD Telephone JE 1-9017 ISEAfl Cfr If c A Tf Si The candidate said that many of his supporters and his entire steering committee urged the switch to Group 2. I believe I can show the vot ei that we need jjpnie vigorous new blood on our city commission," High declared. High said that he plans to announce his campaign manager and open his main headquarters within a week's time. FREE HOME DELIVERY Miami Beach Miami Hollywood Ft. Laaderdals ?.*?'!, ***£ %  • ""ZER CO. Jt 8-2763 Phones 82-0789 402 H.W. 6th ST., MIAMI, FU Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance en rVaihifiafaa A*,nu, Phone JE B-742S 1329 BISCAVNE BOULEVARD Across .ram Start Free Parking in Rear Phone 32-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES AUGUST BR os kYi S^ Jewish Clergyman Named 'Chaplain of th* v WASHINGTON (JTA) L t tionul \i ^ "•* tamtMl Silver. Jewish chaplain of j tain is SOS** p 11 *-rine Corps, was designated of four 7h,f ^ ,0 the Ma "(hapla Navy last week and was given the annual Four Chaplain's Award at annual rour i_napiain s Award at "Dorchester %  • T 1 00 "* fatJ the dedication of the Four Chapafter m' ,J u rin 8 lam's Memorial Fountain at Na^jdiers. 8 ,heir lif beto! r .:iTS5Sa I COLORED DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNiWoTwT High Type D..„ic Weekly Maid. ? £S VS UkJ Perters Maids vLi. 9 ~ %  "taraei ACE EMPLOY MENT SERVICE'" it&fo^ DUE TO AN OVERSIGHT MY TELEPHONE^!? OMITTED PROM THE LAST ,SSUE 0S "* l TELEPHONE DIRECTORY My Telephone No. is JE 1-3840 REV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel ASSOCIATED WITH ALL HOSPITALS IN GREATER 2 1042 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Hotel Motel If oi ii, „ nt i tpa| ment House Owners We are here to serve you with a COMPLETE UHf Of LW({ &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS *$i PIUSW CASIS BATH TOWELS DISH L Drapes Curtains Bed Pads Plastic fee" Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Closed Satvrday-Open Sunday Phone IV MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL 1 A V I N O S AND LOI I O C lTI ON CHAPELS IN MIAMI AND MIAMI I EAI Services in tLe true tpint of tLe JewieL tradition...ana dedicated to ease the LurJen oitLe Lereaved. Air CeedMfeaed Air C.


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Page 4 A ^JmishHcridiiaiin vjemstiflcridian l Published tvery Friday lnee 1927 by th Jewith Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami IS, Florida Entered at eecond-clast matter July 4. 1930, at the Poit Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Florldian hat abtorbed the Jewith Unity and the Jewith Weekly. Member of the Jewith Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newt Service. National Editenal Astociation, Amir. • ran Association of Englnh-Jewith Ntwitlpin, Florid* Prett Ataociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 rh. n>wi*h Plor|.lian-(1i>p. "ot fuarantM the Kashmir. orV .:" lumn -i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On. Year $3.00 Two Y r M.Ofl Friday, October 7, 1955 Volume 29 Number 40 Tishri 21. 5716 During The Week... A y LEO MINDLIN '•• Meaning of Discovery of Oil in Israel The discovery of oil in Israel will be a boon to the Jewish State. The dramatic "strike" occurred at Hulzikat in the Negev, just north of the Gaza border strip, 4,906 feet below the surface. The date was Sept. 23 at sundown. These may seem to be irrelevant details. Nonetheless they have been recorded by observers on the site of discovery. They therefore indicate the importance which Israel's leaders are attaching to it. If the geologists are correct and the well continues to yield some 100,000 tons annually of high grade oil, then it is predicted that approximately one-tenth of the Jewish State's oil needs will be taken care of by her own production. This is a deceptive statement; it means much more. 1. Valuable currency expended abroad will be diverted to fill other needs. A more favorable balance in foreign trade for the budget-minded young republic may thus be anticipated. 2. Israel will at least be set on the road of freedom from the present Arab oil boyMiami Leaders to Leave for Israel Two local community leaders leave shortly for Israel to join a special UJA study mission G: some 25 top, hand-picked national personalities. They are Sam J. Heiman, chairman of Federation's 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Bernard Stevens, chairman of CJA's educational committee. Heiman and Mrs. Stevens will make on-thespot surveys of the Jewish State's current needs and report back to the Miami Jewish community on their return. Both Heiman and Mrs. Stevens are expected to attend a three-day conference of the Joint Distribution Committee in Paris while they are overseas. Purpose of the conference will be to be apprised of latest details on the condition of North African Jewry. The study mission comes at a time when the United Jewish Appeal is in the process of raising S10.000.000 by mid-October to finance the migration of these harassed North African Jews to Israel. The Miamians' report on their return should go a long way toward enlightening our community on the role it must play during this present period of tension. Particularly, they will be able to emphasize the need for local residents to fullfill their obligations to our Combined Jewish Appeal at a time when cash funds are critically necessary to carry out the work of national UJA. It is of particular pride to our area that Heiman and Mrs. Stevens have been chosen to join the UJA study mission. For it continues to demonstrate Miami's active hand in shaping Israel's destiny. By answerinq Federation's current call for cash funds in cooperation with UJA's national proqram residents here will once again prove the extent of their valuable support and show the Jewish community's leaders that they do not stand alone. American Legion in Town The American Legion is now in Miami for a nciional convention. The area takes the opportunity of welcoming Legion members and of expressing its gratitude at being afforded the opportunity of playing host to this national veteran's organization. It is earnestly hoped that the Legion will find its convention a serious and fruitful one. Their deliberations on many national and international issues are observed carefully by our government, whose leaders often take as a cue for their policies the decisions and resolutions of this organization. cott, and her refinery at Haifa long lying dormant -will be put to use. 3. The oil strike will clearly strengthen the country militarily by providing a ready source of machine lubrication. Perhaps the most important result of the discovery of oil in Israel is the undefinable quantity of the enhancement of her prestige and the accretion of her bargaining power among the nations. Western policy in the Middle East has long been governed by oil considerations. If Britain and the U.S. balanced its identification with a democratic Jewish State against its friendship for a medieval, feudal Arab League it was not that they saw in this-a selfless means of bringing progress to backward peoples but that they bore in mind the Near East's oil fields. Similarly, through two World Wars, Arab leaders employed their oil advantage by playing one side against the other and brought to the surface the shoddy skeleton of finance even as peoples were torn asunder in presumably "ideological" conflict Should Israel's discovery of oil prove substantial, this condition will be largely ameliorated. It is sad but true that Israel's position in the West must depend upon her new advantage; nonetheless, her bargaining power will be qreatly enhanced during the coming days. There will be a decreasing tendency to leave her isolated, an increasing tendency to be concerned about her fate in the Near East struggle. The ancient Hebrew adage, "A poor man is a dead man," will in this regard prove the old Jewish philosophers' understanding, who early and bitterly recognized that Jewry's statelessness also left her friendless. Above all things, the discovery of oil in Israel continues to prove the value of American financial and industrial investment there. Many American Jews had a hand in the prospecting. It was their faith and their support that made the project successful—just as it is their unending faith in Israel's future at large that brings them to invest in other commercial endeavor in the Jewish State. Miami can be particularly proud of its hand in the oil strike. Several local community personalities were among leading participants. They are to be congratulated for helping Israel in its hour of need. 1" :'--r$m> Newsmen gathered in a tight semi-cirrl* Rooacvelt Monday morning. She said she h id nd M Fit a.m I thought she looked splendid-this irSSaS. ** 4 ambassador. There was a freshness about her t,2 & ejM, i3. a iptrll of vivacity an( | hope not often found Z.n' 1 hpr 9> Roosevelt is serene and gracious and lull ol Lffi? 1 *"* one never fails to get the feeling in her prein !" WE -*! be less cruel, less bigoted and less egocentric ^ w the **I_ personality multiplied to suffuse us all. er in Wlt] Hus.ness at hand, of course. Included countl-. typed the individual reporter's newspaper affili a i. qu• self not to strike my colors—not to raise issues abmi! .k P roini M others refrained from doing so; too often one becom eNear &4 reasoning—comes to look upon humanity\ nr„h!>J, nver,e,i "l point of view. It was Mrs. Roosevelt, herself who fl *l editorial policy: of the morning daily's concern Jit'^' rhetorical question Mr. Eisenhower's cause even if h — one; of the afternoon daily's ambition to have her oreL^ 01 *' of the World Series. predlct the i In one brief remark. Mrs. Roosevelt observed thai .h. •, is today the sorest trouble spot in the world This obsZ r by way of a question about France's current walk-out hi T Here to help the Greater Miami chapter of the I'nited N.S tion mark its tenth anniversary, Mrs. Roosevelt said it a l, .'" that the French delegation had withdrawn. m • • • • • FRENCH DELEGATION DEFEATS ITS PURPOSE But this remark came with reservations. The difficulty hit, over the issue of Algerian independence, and France she si siders it to be an internal matter—therefore one beyond the ,Ji tion of the UN. Compounding the difficulty was the fact that m! delegation unwisely entered into the international discussion d colonial ramifications of the Algerian issue and of North colonialism at large. This, she felt, exposed a U.S. weakness long as we "control" Alaska and Hawaii in their present condition, we are theoretically guilty of France's colonial sin. Most interesting about the entire question was that Mr< R* thought the French delegation's impatience had defeated it> pui Were Pinay and his colleagues to wait for a vote on the probleal said, they would have discovered that the UN feels no embarris about discussing the internal matters of a member nation. WJ, this position is reasonable or not, it emphasized Mrs. RooseveK'ib plete faith in the world organization ;is ;i peace making body oil ground. In this sense, she is one of the rare visionaries of ourf who looks out past the jagged and opaque peaks of tomorrow s m toward an era in which the often destructive egotism of supra attitudes will give way to the mutual interplay of all govern, she does not have the executive and legislative power that mar 1 late husband's precedent-breaking career, Mrs Roosevelt none has similar philosophical inclinations. • • • • • A GREAT VISION OF UN POWER GROWTH The Near [Cast question, with specific regard to Israel, arose \ result of her own reference to the difficulty under which the Oil ates in its effort to keep the tempers of delegations restrained. Ii her what the UN intends doing, during the newly opened Tenth! about Egypt's seizure of control of shipping lanes through ufc I Canal and Gulf of Aqaba waters. I had hoped for her answer to| cate that this was part of a larger question: namely, the need ft United Nations to force Arab recognition of the integrity of thel of Israel. Such an answer would have flown in the face of a ''let's root for the underdog," but ill-informed query asked ofj Roosevelt by another reporter—if she could "see" the Arab r I was. unfortunately, disappointed. While she had previously! ed the accretion of UN power beyond the specific principw< Charter and whereas she had. in this regard, seriously considemj possibility of a United Nations discussion of the internal mattail member state. Mrs. Roosevelt here totally failed even to brai simple issue of the illegality of Egypt's boycott tactic "MjJ" international law. Instead, she quietly—and. I believe, wiu* rassment—said that Great Britain would play a major r solution of this question during the current session. "When I was in England last year." she observed. ''Sir* Nutting told me that he had great hope for a shortly f 0 "*^ elusion to the knotty Suez Canal problem." I was men. m %  pelled to ask Mrs. Roosevelt if she felt the UN would in nenw. bring pressure to bear on the Arabs to recognize the national of the State of Israel. I do not mean intentionally tojsusp* and sincere stateswoman. but I believe it only ru mu '" candid observation. With a degree of annoyance, %  rv plied: "1 am no longer, as you know, a member of me i— and I can therefore hardly know what is in the w Nations leaders." Relenting somewhat, she amplified ., tion. but in a different direction, by remarking that a P^Jj of bringing pece to the Near East would involve. P" m ',;,*< to the Arab refugee problem and, secondarily, to ine Y^i a lishment of a respected demilitarized zone Derw" Arab neighbors. EXAMINING A BULWARK OF DEMOCRACY are THE BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY SHIFTED Here', again, the point was missed, for' ^^/are fd that will never be resolved so long as the Arao ie. ^ fafW to remain behind their protective-aggressive WOM fgrefulW | jure non recognition. But Mrs. Roosevelt was c h out that the trouble in the Near East. • nclu<1,n l a iml m this i North Africa, is the direct result of Soviet aK ", f Mos co* j she referred to the recent decision on the pan munitions aid to Egypt. Mr ,.... This is. of course, true. It is also true as ^ 0 ban| quently observed, that Russia has always beer, bv sjlenl j internationally odious communist activity P*'" ( ajm A < partners—activity which Moscow could then • of ^ ample is the Soviet delegation's denial last no lova kU one or two days before the announcement oi ^ MW L to sell munitions to the Nasser regime. In e "" rden of resP* post-mortem observation does is to remove tne ^^ (he ht m for long-overdue action in the Israel-Arab antions and to place total blame on Soviet ""_ atVi the The fact of the matter is that while •J %  f IOB above *fj mainly with the UN's failure to rise a an %  mern bers. national politics played by several of iU powe Continued on Pay* 7 A



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b-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY jr,e 29—Number 40 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 7. 1955 Price 20* ael Will Secure New Arms To Offset Egyptian Purchases 0 iKABLEJ O REVERSE STAND Lay is Expressed at^Last Ktinute Decision to Postpone > Inquiry into Religious Freedom L'EV. YORK iJTAi— The American Jewish Congress expressed Bisnay" Wednesday at the "last-minute decisipn" of the Senate nmittee on Constitutional Rights to postpone indefinitely hearlon the present state of religious freedom in America that were uled to open in Washington this week. ThomaC Hcnnings. chairman of the subcommittee, explaintt the postponement had been ordered to give members more -:ime in which to analyze the answers to questionnaires distributed to religious groups. The subcommittee promised to advise prospective witnesses of a new hearing date. In a telegram to Senator Hennings. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the American Jewish Congress, asserted that "the announced postponement of this hearing tnt Tuesday attacked bakerserves to confirm our information k the Jewish section of the that your committee has been sublied attempted to plunder jected to pressure by sectarian They also attacked Jewish groups to cancel or indefinitely Police dispersed them, j postpone the hearings on freedom Bessis, 0 f religion, of the foung Moslems itinue Hitting it Jewish Stalls feilS iJTA)—Groups of young Or. Israel Goldstein American democracy Czech Munitions Swap For Cotton is Revealed Basis of Cabinet Move JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel Cabinet decided Wednesday to acquire whatever arms are needed to maintain a balance of armaments with Egypt, which last week announced that it was obtaining arms from Czechoslovakia in a "munitions for cotton" swap. The Cabinet decision was hammered out at a two-hour extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet called to deal specifically with the question of Egyptian arms acquisition. Premier Moshe Sharett reported on the various developments in the arms situation, including the steps taken by Israel in relation to the Big Powers to insure Israel's security. The -Cabinet, in a comMamd that Albert > Jewish number „. .. American democracv ,-. E2 oT rnmen V '* %  • Goldstein continued, "is based on I wtement condemning Zion-,._ ... .. Invoiced here last weekend'"" £"£*%" %  !hat H Pe P 'l Aribic weekly • Krazazou", T be kl trusted ,n a discussion of wpports the Nco-Destour f" P b,,c £ %  and ^SJT"^ Mast, Sinisian Jews, the JJ ( has Properly proceeded to act said, are regarded as thls bi,M unthinkable ^patriots ol all other Tuad are '•.•inpermitted ticipate in the construction new Tunisia But an anti>Utement b) M Boadl is the weeklj continued, therefore that the committee should now reverse its course and yield to pressures from whatever source to suppress the open consideration of so fundamental a question as religious liberty." The Jewish community. Dr. Gold"nur hrniK.. r .f.i n~ I stein pointed out. had already enour Drotncr^ ol the Orient j u %. -.,,,, idorsed the purpose of the hearnwiiui we are still Arabs i mgs and iu religious spokesmen KOs.tTmunique issued after the meeting, expressed deep concern about the anticipated boost in Egypt's weapons stores and underlined its belief that if the present gap between Israel's armament and Egypt's deepened, Egypt would be encouraged to new aggression. The communique stated that during the Cabinet meeting Egyptian Premier Nasser's statements that Israel had obtained huge supplies of arms were denied as being "devoid of foundation." It was stressed that Egypt's arms budget alone was three times as great as Israel's and that the figures presented by the Egyptian Premier were exaggerated out of all proportion. (Addressing newly commissioned officers of the Egyptian armed forces. Premier Nasser said that Egyptian intelligence had intercepted a French document listing Israel had been invited to testify. IBID UG' SUN UNfOltWHAJt [man Minister Told to Tell Bonn Of Slow Material Claims Settlement fJu Y0RK (-""A)-Dr. NaIMidmann. president of the P on Jewish Material J -Agaiiw Germany, has askF He.nnch von Brentano, Jtrnnany-s Fure.gn MinisIf co <>vey to his government Inference', deep concern I* slow pace of settlement 1: kerNazi cted Mayor K?,h G l erman> ,JTA > Ihv an 1 C,t > f H.000 K" Mute majority of FKr T 8 1 ,>r "•" Plic Run, r, J, l ,C,l S<>C a > F J Bun,les,a S deputy F Sir: t^r M ann Uiimth Soc,al t* !" bSL*'i a u,, >ntl Soil r ma J"nty in the *5,1 H crr Jacob > [l8 ^^po custody from ^ becau '* his stand "**i on P, 9t 5 A of the claims filed by Nazi victims. Dr. Goldmann invited Dr. Brentano, West German Undersecretary of State Walter Hallstein and their aides to meet with Conference leaders representing 22 major Jewish organizations and with Abba Khan,. Israel Ambassador to the United States. Dr. Goldmann stressed the need for earty* enactment of a law for the discharge of restitution liabilities of the Former Ger-1 man Reich and of Amendments; proposed to the existing Federal' Indemnification Law. He expressed satisfaction with the smooth operation of the Bonn-1 Israel reparations.agreement. On, the other hand, he said, it was unfortunate that there was such an extended lag in the implemen tation of the Federal Indemnifi j cation Law, and in adopting the j proposed amendments for im-, provement of the Law. Dr. von Brentano, who is mak1 ing his first visit to the United States since his appointment as Foreign Minister, expressed his \ government's great interest in the implemenation of the indem-. Continued en Pa#a 3 A SAYS ARMS RACE AGGRAVATES DANGER Sharett Warns Soviet Union Envoy On Supplying Arms to Egyptians; | Summons Nikolai Klimov for Talks JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel's Premier Moshe Sharett told a Soviet diplomat that the supplying of arms by the Soviet Union or Czechoslovakia to Egypt must arouse anxiety and resentment among the Israel people, the Jews of the world and all concerned with Israel's security. Summoning Soviet Charge d'Affaires Nikolai Klimov, Mr. Sharett j outlined to him Israel's views about the supplying of arms to any 1 Arab state in the present circumstances and asked for further clarification of Moscow's Middle East policy. Mr. Klimov promised to convey Mr. Sharett's views to his superiors. The Premier is understood to have asked how the latest Soviet move squared with a statement made September 12 by Zaitzev. who is in charge of the Soviet Foreign Ministry's Middle East department, to Israel Ambassador Joseph Avidar. that neither the USSR nor any. other of the East European Communist states had negotiated or were negotiating an arms pact with Egypt. Mr. Sharett stressed that regardless of the reasons for supplying i Egypt with arms, the development of a race to supply the Arab state largc arms Purchases by with arms aggravates the dangers inherent to Israel in any strengthen-; from Britain and the United States ing of its enemies, and constitutes a blow to the stability of the Middle including: 97 aircraft—jet fitrhtKast He also insisted that such a development would be a contradicers bombers and transports100 tion of the Soviet's proclaimed policy of peace and reduction of army^^ tanks; 1QQ armored car ,. throughout the world. ,.,.,„, 15 Churchill tanks; 100 pieces of Earlier. Premier Sharett summoned United States Ambassador Edward B. Lawson and requested clarification from the American JW ar,ll!er v and !" iiC ^ Pieces. Government of the reports that the United States la ready to sell arms The French Embassy in Cairo said to Egvpt. | it knew nothing concerning such It is understood that Mr Sharett specifically pointed out that U.S. a document and the British Forsupplies of arms for Egypt would inevitably intensify the arms race DeDartment in the Middle East. He also asked for assurances that the US. would e, n "" c e and ar Pepartment not start a new arms cycle between Israel and Egypt, and would also refused to comment on Col. Nasnot engage in competition to supply Cairo with arms scr's chargeo DE NIES THREAT Of CURTAILED fgjjMjjC AID U.S. Secretory Mum on Talks With Nasser he had not discussed that matter with Col. Nasser and that he knew nothing about such a development except that he had read about it in some newspapers After Mr. Allen saw Col. Nasser, the Egyptian strong man saw the British, French and Soviet Ambassadors in that order. Col. Nasser was supported in the Communist arms deal by the Arab League Council which sent him a message congratulating him on his "strong stand." Meanwhile, it was reported here that owing to these developments, American military' commanders in Europe favor United States participation in the Bagdad alliance as a means of forestalling Soviet penetration of the Middle East region. Concerning Israel, these commanders are said to believe that the United States can make better arrangements in Israel's behalf from within the alliance than in the present situation. The State Department is reported to be opposing such entrance until Iran joins the "northern tier" pact, too. LONDON (JTA)-George V. Allen. United States Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs saw Egyptian Premier Camel Abdel Nasser last weekend, but later denied that he had threatened that the United States would cut off economic aid to the Arab state if it accepted weapons from the Communist countries, it was reported here in dispatches from Cairo. Mr Allen, who precipitously flew to Cairo after the Nasser regime announced that it had concluded an arrangement to obtain arms from Czechoslovakia. decUned t^ say whether he had offered Nasser American munitions as an inducement for Egypt to scrap the deal with Czechoslovakia and the Soviet I'n.on He told newsmen that it was the sovereign right of any country to purchase arms where it ple3 R S pDorts were published in Cairo newspapers that Mr Xn had come to Egypt to threaten that if clmun.'st arms were ^^ !" Z*}£ would cease economic support. Mr. Allen said tnai



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Page 2B vjewistiflcridliain Frid ay.Octob*. In the Hebrew calendar the seventh month. Tishri. brings us Rostl Hashona, the head or beginning oi the year This happy holiday ha^ gathered a number of delightful customs. The prophet Nchamiah is said to have introduced ;i Persian custom serving of "something sweet." This custom symbolizes human di sire for a year of fullness pi isperitj for all mankind. In our daj we place a bowl oi hone) and a plate of apple slices on the board to be eaten by all. K_)n the een developed, depending three inches from flame or medi on the country Ironi which the urn electric heat. Let b family comeSo. make it of utes before turning prunes and nee. or carrots and section potatoes (with sweet potatoes, too), orange Or NaliU "'Hi rue aIs cii-tomary MUM in the Balkan countries, bul make t sweet with honej oi Glaxed Broiled Chicken Allow at least a quarter ol aver NOT STIR contents of pot. Shake pot gently occasionally to prevent sticking. Water may be added if necessary. Do not let the onion cook apart! When it is clear and soft, lift it out and discard. It will have added its flavor. wi,h your 'yp^TZT 5 **** to rfe Lr 2 ; ds m steam -il aoout 20 minutes un local NBC stations either %  thai time or during the followek. The | commemorati the approaching tenth Miniver "I the Council's golden gram, through which it! %  lions throughout the countrj oi recreational er 'in The firsl -older; the 4"> Miss Hull created the leading • roles in the Broadwaj pro ; The Solid Gold 1 adil Irsenic and old "You Cant Take it With You." and "Harvey." She won the Academy Award lor her performance m the movie version ol "Harvej She has been regaling iencea lor upwards o! halt ;, century, Brush each of chicken with diluted marmalade or cranberry and return to broil until nicely browned and glazed, approximately 1" minutes Keep the heat moderate by all means. Keep | When the liquid nas neen re hot in the oven after turning off duced by half and the meat is ten heal or -erve immediately Good ler. brown the fleur in hot melted cold ,,„, schmaltz in a frying pan and stir in about a cup of the Tzimmes liquid, stirring till smooth. Turn this thickening or "einbren" over i the cooked Tzimmes, shake the pot j to distribute and let simmer gently for about a half hour. Or, better still, turn the Tzimmes into a large casserole, meat close to the top for better browning, and bake 60 minutes at 350. // / W4 T | J Carrot Tximmes 1 pound! carrot, scraped and sliced 5 medium size potatoes of beef (or short riba) 1 teaspoon -ait '_ %  cup honey or sugar cold water to cover 1 small onion, optional 2 tablespoons chicken schmaltz 2 tablespoons flour Let the sliced carrots stand in cold water to cover while you pare and cut the potatoes and sweet potatoes into inch thick rounds or For Pr*ur Cooker Method: Sear the meat first till nicely browned on all sides, in the cook er. Let cooker and contents cool before adding the vegetables, seasoning and not more than 1 lt i cup*: liquid. Liquid used should be according to instructions that come and be swe jfs FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOCtHim Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Oocro Protects TEL. J>-22, Greater Miami DelWtrr Josephine Hull The broadcast is a feature of "(ouncil Day." which each year at tintime iobserved by the m/ation 110.000 memlxTin 245 cities to mark the anniversarj id ufounding in October cl L8N The (ouncil conducts a variety of community service and educational activities throughout America, and sponsors development of welfare and educational servicein many other countries Phi Sigma Sigma Women Report on Fashion Show for Cerebral Palsy Phi Sigma Sisma Alumnae Association of Greater Miami held Its regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Leeds, 1790 Bav dr., Miami Beach, on Wednesday evening. JfZlZ* Furman chairma of the annual fashion show, reported on the Ad Book The show will be held on Saturday afternoon. December 10 at Burd.nes tea room. All proceeds will be donated to the brace fund for needy children of Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Mrs. Furman revealed. Mrs. Eugene Brams. national convention chairman, announced iurther plans for the national held for Mrs Marvin Lavish, Mrs. Alex Ross and Mrs Leonard Silverman. by the Alumnae group. n.. me. piana lur me national convention of both active and Membership Affair Due alumnae chapters of Phi Sigma Membership affairs slated by S.gma. to be held at the Algiers Tropical cnapter J > hotel ,n June. 1956. Women ()n Wednesday ^J !" Welcoming ceremonies will be Oct. 19. at the Sovereign hotel. The seal of approval of TMI UNION 0 OITMODOX JIWISM CCNGUGATIONS Of AMteiCA .s ox he front I iha kebsi Select either label. They're both the same beans. Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO 1733 N.W. 7th Avenue Phon 944M strictly KOSHER! There it is ... the all-important seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA ... your guarantee of a Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fix Kosher food! The most popular "meichel" of them all in every Jewish neighborhood! 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Page 4 B NATIONAL CONVENTION PLANS REVEALED Women's Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans Look Ahead ,. .. -1. Collv Hnlri With the national encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States stated for Miami Beach Oct. 26. local Ladies' Auxiliary groups are rounding out their plan* of activity and participation. First evenl will b a visit to the Veterans Administration Hospital at Coral Cables on the 26th. A collapsable stage built to specifications supplied bj the superintendent of special services at the hospital for use in the recreation hall will be presented by the national Auxiliary at that time On Saturday. Oct. 29. a party will be given at the County Home for Children in Kendall. Scheduled is a show directed by Iris Maxwell, with each child receiving a gift. The JWV Auxiliary will then present a microphone and high fidelity phonograph pickup and preamplifier to the Home for use through its public address system. Heading the committee in charge of arrangements is Lolly Logue. Also pitching in for the Jewish War Veterans tuxiliarj are Sally Levy, souvenirs; Bally Holdz. hospHarity; Kay Lingatnn. distinguished guests; Bel Left transportation. Bea Jacobs and Florence Pfitt, information: Dorothy Rubin, page-; Sylvia Cobey. secretary; and Reba Brown, publicity The ladlea Wodaeadaj revealed thaf a national presidentluncheon b scheduled for Oct. 28 at the •Delano hotel, and all Auxiliary presidents will act as h os te ss es Memorial services will be held at Temple Kmanu El on the 28th to honor the memory of Jewish war veterans who have made the supreme sacrifice. All committee chairmen are past presidents of Auxiliaries, and every Auxiliary in the Greater Miami area will have at least one representative to the committee coordinators group. Overall coordinator is Rose Horn, past president of the State Department of Florida. Liaison officer is Norma Koloff. also past Department president. Pianist Lauretta DeYoung is Woman With a Mission Lauretta' DeYoung is a woman with a mission. The petite piano teacher who came to Miai from Detroit two years ago hopes to teach young people to be musicians 'who last"—niuii uins whose talent does not fall by the wayside in later years Miss DeYoung switched from Beethoven to bop in her late 'teens, when I felt a rhythmical Zaniora Women Slate Functions Sisterhood ol Zamora Jewish eet Wi %  sdaj eve 12, at the Center. 44 is a Torah program bj MrJerome Ueber Mrs M.iury Shulman will R she will introduce a p enl Kej to the Ark Pet : will include the Mesdames Joseph Astire, Harry Klein. Ruth Selig, In ins. Platoff, Irving Klein and Leon Honig Also planned by Sisterhood is a luncheon on Oct lit at the' Center Chairman iMrs Bea trice Klein, with the Mesdames S. Altman, M. Rosenberg, R i l ocke, ( Klein and C Rubin osoring the affair P roceeds for the (enters seholarship lund. urge to improvise on whatever tune came handiest The result was that she decided to perfect herself in her chosen field "with all the zeal of a Rubinstein or Horowitz." So. off to New York she went to see George Gershwin during what was to be the last year of his life • He recommended me to his Miss Lavrttta Deravnj Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ. "^SSBJ BB^ Nil WT CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS NOW MADE WITH NEW CROP HONEY DELICIOUS AND HEAlTHFUl xo FAT mm MMum wum Mode with tow Calorie Rye Flour Try a Loaf Today I ASM FOt IT IN YOUR FOOD MARKET 161 N.E. 30th STREET Distributed by COCHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY PHONE 2-1051 own teacher. Herman Wasscrman. who had himself been a pupil of Joseffy and Godow.sky." ijliss DeYoung explained that Wasserman gave her many new ideas on rhythm, and both he and Gershwin later recommended her as a "specialist in music." What she tries to do in her teaching "is to make my pupils read accurately and fast—but I never let them get note-bound. The object is to scoop scales and Chords and intervals into them almost without their knowing it like a spinach souffle If she finds some rare student who is avid for Czerny. "I turn him over to a classical teacher at once. I wouldn't for the world wreck B potential Chopin or Mozart'" Her object is to make music a teen age outlet of "psychological and social value According to Mi~s DeYoung, in this sense music becomes digestible for the Master and Miss Average. The delightful Gershwin protege, who resides at the Saxony Manor, has appeared on radio and stage. fo '* Hebrew Academy Women will honor new member* membership tea Wednesday, Nov. 2, at the homa Charles Fruchtman. Shown viewing the artistically life membership book are the Mesdames Benianh^ chairman, Charles Fruchtman and Abraham Mason. men. Irving Firtel, president. Another cc-chairmcnu is Mrs. Alexander S. 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October 7, 1955 ^Je**isl>ncrSaUar? Board Picks finer Chairman R Liebman, president touthea^t region of the Saniation of America. ff reported trie election rirthur Pekelner as chair. RKwth Florida ZOA coling board. L vice chairmen at a mect" WC ie Herbert R. Limck. riedman and Morris Kr.stal. GoM-orm will ^rve as .. an d Sheldon I-elchuk. L al-o revealed the in i of a ZOA membership in the Greater Miami fcommence Oct IS and to [ough Nov. 15. Btructor Teaches nple Israel j Appel. instructor in the I Department of the UniverMami. began the first adult [school class sponsored by irael Sunday. Bions are conducted by ,jeph Narot and Appel I with religious and historiof Judai-m of special to American Reform [the topics to be discussed itober are The Bible and llogY," "The Origin of and its Meaning," and in Modern Jewish It" Page 11 A HOUSl OF PICTURES Miarri's Newest Large Selection of Fine Prints — Oils Engravinga Modern — Traditional Framed — Unframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting 7iSl' r I. Den Mon *• Frt. til 9 p.m. 6237 Biicaynt Blvd. Ph. 14-9112 WEARY OF RELATtVMTY? this Winter recommend THE GOLF PARK HOTEL WASHINGTON AVENUE at 19th STREET • APTS. • SUNDECK COMING TO NEW YORK? Slay at this modern 25ilory hotel. All rooms side exposure, largo, beautifully -furnished rooms with kilch• nelte, private both, from SMI doily. 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81. ...a. J ft. t First in town to know of Col. Jack Arvay's arrival and brief visit here was Leo Robinson. Col. Jack phoned Loo to say that he had come in fn.m Chicago, not yet to open his home in Miami Beach, but to stay at the Saxony for a few days. Prior to his arrival here, he attended a meeting to form plans for the national Democratic convenfawTfor Chicago IB Au( Edith to help open their Rivo Alto residence. sometime in early December, with Col. Jack will and Karen. .'! w hose rifling hairdo makes her beautifully feminine, has ... 2 thc hurdles in the waters of Biscayne Bay has been Olympic N mi WallDubbed by husband Dr. Norman Wall the "Marilyn UnfSports'' ~ hc is now an Amer can citizen and member of the t^lml..: le; n in St. Anton, Austria. r •-, getting ready for the coming competition this winter and Ther vacation here exercised mainly to strengthen her ski legs Norm jn is i hief of medicine in Good Samaritan Hospital. Pottsfpa With him and Naomi at the Balmoral were children Jay, 7. 19 i shoulders—nd has even fallen over a 25 foot ihe i> reall) al homo with danger. She worked as an intelliI r with trie British RAF during World War II met her hus, then Palestine. L iat< > June) have accepted bids from Alpha 1 the tniversity of Alabama. They are Gail RichLi J net Fir>ke!or. Jail', the daughter of tha Sidney Richmans. 737 ParaditO, Coral are Mr. end Mrs. Maurice Finkelor, 624 Pali G I les Kun'e! Hirsch Pick won't return for a while to her Palm Island even though shi in Florida right now. tn :,.; -<> 'I from her Kuropean tour thai the went right town Palm Beach Windsor hotel to rest. luriel's shipmates, whom she had met in Paris before sailing, wan Clifton Webb, just bark from Spain where he ma.le a film, and (ther. whom he calls Mother Dear. ktrial says Mother Dear was enchanted with her new Paris wardIgH stlj' hi' uraa. lab; announcen enl of the year is being sent out to friends by thc alt of Mian, i Beach. tki* and Jay arc owners of Tropical Hohbyland So. on a pink He billboard size (sixfect-by-feur-fect) "poster 1 they announce I "by air" "I Lorria Jewel Segal. (know "on display" at home at 340 West 44th st. pore Vital Statistics: Making her bow here Sept. 16 was Calleen Keller at Mercy hospital. Iti the new addition to the Henry Keller family of Miami He argi* arc really excited about the enchanting arrival. flln Annette joins siblings Henry, Bruce, Becky and Nancy. I grandmother is Mr. Minnie Keller Raff of this city. >>>>c I ins their late summer vacations at Duncragj'an Inn in Henpville. N.C., \wre the Maurice Pearlsteint, Charles Kreigers, and f Nelsons... lotwere Blanche and Sid Lewis, who wrote to say that they'll be kPittsburgh an} day and hope to return to Miami before October Fmd Mrs. Dniel O. Hammond started their vacation Monday. I Coast, their fir.* stop being New Orleans. [' '• "al least 200" well-wishers said bon vovage to Rosamond £*"' %  *ktail and splash party at Morningside Pool Saturday T 6 nf !n day were Bahama shorts and swim suits with Rosalind her charming mother. Oida Rubin, welcoming guests. In add! % wrttails. th< n was a magnificent spread—including roast turkey. and mi -t marvelous sauces. Wfljl dampener was the oncoming rain, but a little extra water pawnin g to the many happy swimmers. %  "emondand Dan expect to be gone one month 'de Rosenfhal was the proudest woman present when the chapter "f Alpha Omega dental society met at the Algiers M.urday evening. iLl *** M UrM mo that the societv presented her husband. r r E._Rosnihal, with a pla %  J* testimonial in his honor. %  Saturday evening. Mfcrtp'V 1 lhal mo tnat the societv Presented her huslun r e-Rosenthal, with a plaque and honorary life membcrsh F testimonial n his honor. Sai ron l '" ul(ln "t be present at the affair, but they sent r*Pii ?' le,egrams **r. Robert Vats, of Pittsburgh, wished her Kin n (ilv,:,,1 '. and so did son Cone, now at student at the V0f Pennsylvania dental school. of th '" p,l "' ,l<( here for some 30 years. He has been presiKlillocl^ and WM ast year president of the F,orida Ea>l 12 w'? ha 0me a President Dr. Arthur Sokoloff made the "wion before .,.,„ o C ..... ^V/ t oman s lUorU ^liewviislfcUEJIiOiciidlilguR MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, October 7, 1955 Section B Starting early to develop plans for the second annual educational conference sponsored by the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman, yearround Women's Division; Mrs. Nathaniel J. Levin, chairman of the day; and Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of the educational program. The all-day institute has been set for Nov. 30 and will be attended by women from all organizations and areas of Dade county. Women's Division Plans Education Series Plans are moving steadily ahead for the countywide educational conference on Nov. 30 sponsored by the year-round Women's Division of the Greater 'Miami Jewish Federation. Headed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. the division is preparing another dramatic presentation of howFederation serves the community. Invited to participate in the event will be women representing organization* from all parts of Greater Miami. Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, who will leave shortly for a tour of Isreal as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Study Mission, has been named chairman of the educational program. Mrs Nathaniel J. Levin is general chairman of the day. Committees are now in formation to develop program, installation of ofticers and luncheon and entertainment. Highlight of the all-day conference will be the first-hand report by Mrs. Stevens of her trip to Israel. North Africa, and the Joint Distribution Committee* meeting in Paris. First planning meeting has been called fo Fri(i iv Oct 21. at the home of Mrs. Ellis A. Gimbcl. 945 North Shore dr. Normandy Isle. Women's Division leaders will meet for a coffee starting at 10 a m ad map a long range blueprint for the purpose of inviting all community-minded women to the important educational conference on Nov. 30. Reporting to Federation's executive committee last week. Women's Division president Mrs. Lehrman traced the two-year growth of the year-round division which is now a full-fled'jed department of Federation and will operate in accordance with Federation's constitution and by-h.v. Thc President Of the Woman's Division has officer status on Federation's executive board. Officers will includes a president, three vice president-, a recording secretary, a corresponding secretary and a parliamentarian. The board of directors of the Women's Division will be made up of CO members. 50 elective and 10 representatives from organizations and areas. Mrs Lehrman reported on the purpose and function of the Women's Division. The group will provide for the Jewish commuunity of Greater Miami, an efficient group of women to function with Federation on matters of communal interest, to obtain funds, to develop workers and leaders in every' educational program, to achieve a better understanding of Federation's objectives, as well as the programs of thc Combined Jewish Appeal, and to work for the most effective cooperation between all women's organizations locally and Federation. *" & '8er. Willi *fore some 85 applauding members. At the table oi re Drs. Mayor Eggnatx, Robert Kaplan, Doran iam R. Edwards and Henry Groon. |$rul'hl! r Ul ( M( '' l li 1 Men Department: Dr. Enoch J. Saphira and Went.* a ~ raduatp nurse from Mt. Sinai hospital in New Wit Un£? mng his fa,her 0r ielley $PPhlra, who is dean ent at v M i l> s ,nroe h '* h schools and chairman of the biology >eshna wne fh,' V Ma >mg With Srul •"* lnocfc at tncir homc 8t 1925 % 'Menial m ^ Miami residents l !" onlv three 10n,hs and National Council Sections Will See Hit Parade Skit •round Hit Parade." the second edition of a musical skit by Miss Trixie Levinf^tured the f.rst open meeting of the year of both divisions o* National Council of Jewish Women on Wednesday Miami group met at Koubec Hall and Miami Reach group at the Algiers hotel. Both divisions honored their new members at this initial meeting, under the aegis of Mrs Jean I ehman. Section president Refreshments and socild hour opened both meetings, according to internal' •" m "" n resiaenis lor on,y inrvt ""*"— -"" '.Tir Howard Grove. Miami Beach division presi^.a Erarl !" d,c,n P r <*"* Greedy well under way. He s Mrs. ""* a r |rsUon Kaplan, Miami division presiLJWieS Sol U BOW n the sUff 0f the Univers,,y f dent Members of thc cast, directed by Miss Levin, were the Mesdames Albert Shapiro, Myron Broder. Sam Berlin, Ben Loud. William Wickman, Barney Hodes. Sam Falick, Alex Alvin. Harry August, Richard Goldin. Leonard Greenblatt, Charles Jacobson. Ira Levy, Mac Mermell. Irving Rapp. Seymour Somerstein, Jess Spirer and Norman Tatar. Program chairman for Miami was Mrs. Samuel Kohlenberg, with Mrs. Louis Spector as co-chairman, and Mrs. Henry Baranick was accompanist for the skit. On Miami Beach, program chairman was Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, and Mrs. Grove was accompanist.



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^ber 7, 1955 *Jewisti fk>rid/fan Page 9B •vices In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship .. i.-mnl's and centers throughout Greater Miami will A m ples ;md centers throughout Greater Miami will £? %  Atzereth the final days of Succoth, with services comF in • pining. Saturday morning services will precede later I k-taled al sundown to mar* the reading of the final pora. Torah Simchas Torah celebrations will include the trad. nth r Tor n P roccssion Sundaymorning services conlakaf celebration. c BETH SHOLOM will ... en in'.' Shmini Atzer 7:13 Kindergarten G ,„ %  -• graders wg be Pd with a Torall procesSimchas Torah reception Rabbi Leon Kron.sh will and preach. Cantor Samper iH render the must In of the liturgy Saturling services are at 10.45, j^or following. Linda, 0 ( Mr and Mrs. Maurice rill become Bas Mitzvah. | JACOB CONGREGATION Id Fridav evening Shmini [services at 5:45. Saturday services commence at L Tiber Stern will preach epic The Joy of Eternal yizkor will follow at 11 [ldren's Simchas Torah pari held at 9 p.m. Hakofoth 7 p.m. Sunday morning are .scheduled for 8:30 ,hbi and Mrs. Stern will [at a Simchas Torah party sen icein David WhitCANDLEUGHTING TIME Tiahri 21 — 5:41 pjn. at 9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and preach, with Cantor Philip Brummer rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Yizkor is at 10:15 a.m. Simchas Torah will be at 7 p.m. Sunday morning services commence at 9. Junior services both days are at 10:45 a.m. in Assembly Hall. • • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Yizkor will be at 10:45, with Rabbi Jonah Caplan preaching on the topic: "The End is Only the Beginning." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate. Sammy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks, will become Bar Mitzvah. Miricha is at 5:45 p.m., followed by Maariv. Torah proRabbi i cession is at 6:45. Sunday morning services will be at 8:30. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening Shmini Atzereth services at 5:30. Saturday morn, inane Joy in services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Jefire : Weisbaum and Alexander Gross will preach on Tempkin Mr and Mrs. the topic: "Shmini Atzereth—A Kornlt.; and Mr. and Farewell." Yizkor is scheduled for LgQuerido will be hosts 10:18 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m. Oneg Shabbat. Saturday Simchas Torah party for children Shmir.i Atzereth services; follows at 5:30. Sunday services will be at 8:30 a.m. Daily services arc at 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. E TH ISRAEL NORTH [ENTER will hold Friday -cmccal 8 30. ii, : -. will preach on : -The Great Salvation Libert Clan;/ will render Lai portions oi the liturEnhipawards will be prcGREATER MIAMI Yaakov It.,*. r,i„. Lp ;TH EL CONGREGATION GOGUE _••;..•:, aw Ird Hhmaryahu T r.on HW iTili BVa ETH ,., NOREOATI N l -" 1 XU BETH ri.|iN*rvmivi I(;> t.l.1 1 i"\ Rabbi Miami !:• ai I. BE albW AS? i C k?r NO ,0AT,0N l85NW '">av... Mh .„,!, x BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION 'lux. Babbl Joeepti E. Rackovak) Boclld ave Rabbi Ha* I 4lh aw.. Miami Beai h OrthoJJSa&H ^^SrasMnoa — %  HEB X^a V n„^ r ^ MY •* "•• %  HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER lllalnah. C.inH-rvati\ %  ,S ^^^^^Z/Z^^;,^ v .„ve ,,..,,., "•wires fflttWBsr ^swfis, a •*# %  %  MIA \l'| l ,*1 EB f! fK W 8 CHOOL AND CONGREGATION-I1..I s\V |tth BV< Miami. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Hrrele K,-I.!n,r M MT!?IPIS P ARK K C ? N QGAT.ON-164th ,t. a.l NB llth ave Noith Miami Beach. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi laaa< Lerer NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER-136S0 W. m\ Dixie hwv. North Miami Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Henry OkoBea. Cantoi Maurice 'N..„. 1T15 Monroe al Hollywood Mi.-inii Beach. I.ilxrnl. I'.alil.i NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTERS 7Sth ll.. Miami H.,„h. C xer\atlvc. ItuM.i Mi.yei AbntHMWlU. Cantor Bdward Klein TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD Conaarvatlva. Rahhi Bamuel Lereri TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM II II ClUUM BVa. Ix-on K -li Cantoi Samn.l K.I.i TEM P K E EMANUEL 1701 (Vaahinatonavr.. Miami Beach. Conaarvatlva iiai.i.i Irving Lenrman. Cantor PhlHp Brummer. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-lsol BoUth And M. Lauaerflale. Reform, lui.hi Mai ins Ranaon. TEMPLE ISRAEL IS7 N K I'.'lh al Miami I:, form Rabbi JoBepb N Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Bmeiitui Cantoi Jacob Bornnteln, TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLVWOOO> polk ii Hollywood Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor rehudah Hellbraun, TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER S5O0 North Ml Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Abraham Hereon Cantor Albert nianti TORAH TEMPLE 1164 \v. il ave., Miami Beach, American Judalam. Rabbit Abraham ami Loud Caai WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER 5720 SW I7tn %  • Weal Miami. Conaarvatlva Rabbi Alfred Waxman ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 14 Z;u ,, av< Coral Oabli Conaervatlve Rabbi B Leon Hurwlta. Cantor Kmioiph itrill. it 9. with Yizkor fol: 10:30 Rabbi Herson will "Juilding Spiritual Eieninq Simchas Torah ]m at 6:30. Sunday servi it 9. witli the sermon aTorah and Life." hCELLO PARK CONGREI will hold Friday evening NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and discuss: "Feast of Conclusion." Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Memorial services are scheduled for ibba lenuVs'^reFriday E/* J£2J*2l *£} <>£ bbah senices are Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubel. 417 services Friday evening. Shmini Miller rd., will become Bas Mitzj Atzereth services Saturday morn vah. Yizkor is scheduled for 11 ing commence at 9. Rabbi Leo a.m. Children's Simchas Torah Heim will discuss: "Yizkor on a party will be held Saturday eveJoyous Festival." Memorial serv ning at 7. Closing services are on ice follows. Mincha will be at 6 Rabbi Isaac I^crer will Saturday morning servat 9. Yizkor follows at pith the sermon scheduled Holy Convocation." Junfices are at 10:30 a.m. Simpart> will be Saturday it 7:30. Sunday services at 9. with Rabbi Lerer 'Consecrating Our lica will preach on the topic: "Re joicing of the Torah." Services Sunday morning at 9 will include the sermon: "Conclusion of the Reading of the Torah." Youth service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Sunday. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services marking Shmini Atzereth commence at 8:30. Rabbi Simon April will rill h MLr EGA Preach on the topic: "Strangers hJS l,V e ve r'!L 8, o r Sojourners." Cantor Berele Kelemer will render the musical %  wrviccare al 8:30. Yiz"*s at 10:30. Simchas %  nice! t immence SaturUAH RuMm-,1.1 ii ,* %  iveiemer will renuer me uiusnai %  jehualc1 will |f iciate... rtions of the u Hakofoth Sv I, .' r o S o a i U M ay are at 7 p.m.. w.th a Simchas Torah party for children following. Sunday services commence at 8:30 am. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will CENTER v .ii h i %  • J nold Friday evening services mark Shm\/ h 3y in the conclusion of Succoth at U'jr V „ lCC A 7^30. Rabbi Joseph Narot will of M„ ..o 9. hen>nie and f.r.at. u,,.h rW Jornh Rnrnah officiate. Simes are Saturday *i i Sundav morning *"' be conducted by Shelarn. U EMANU-EL will hold Oor nms Hoshana Rabba 8 Evening Shmini psenice, begin at 6:30. Mwn*_ lervicea will be Lula Jones ,r All Occoiiaai III11 v111 Ham r *** HH • trja,„ '"trol Dttlant Wtddiaas Ilia %  "rtit C 2 % $TRKT "ones 2-5562 ficiate. with Cantor Jacob Born stein rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 11. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Smith, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will mark the closing days of Succoth with services Friday evening at 6. Shmini Atzereth services Saturday commence at 9. Yizkor will be at 10:30. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will discuss: "Remember Our Departed." Simchas Torah commences with services Saturday at 7 p.m. Sunday morning services will be at 9, with the sermon scheduled as: "With Our Young, Old We Shall Go." • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8)15. Rabbi M^-iis Skop will officiate and preach on the topic: "When Good Friends Leave." Saturday morning aervices are at 9:45. Jo Ann, daughter Sunday at 9:45 a.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will discuss: "Our Loved Ones." Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mincha is at 6 p.m., with Simchas Torah procession commencing at 7:30. Sunday services will be at 8:30 a.m. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. At 8:15 p.m., Shmini Atzereth services will be conducted by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Choir will be under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag. Subject of the sermon is: "Living With the Great." Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel. Saturday morning services are at 9. with Rabbi Rosenberg discussing: "Living Jews." Yizkor will be at 11. Junior services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Simchas Torah services commence Saturday evening at 7, with students of the religious school participating. Beth David P.T.A. committee headed by Mrs. Olive Sussman will distribute gifts. Sunday services commence at 9. Nathan Alexander will be host at Kiddush. • • FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will usher in the final days of Succoth with I "Jo see is to believe i I Visit our showroom and display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. \ % and see the finest in J t memorial style and design \ built and installed by skilled craftsmen. % < 4 i i i 4 < 4 253 S.W. It* St. Mi. 83-OM* \ \ MARKERS $40.00 \ I ... *.. ^ 4 I THURMOND MONUMENT CO. rfc* 2Sfry Whitt MMlfl plus Cemetery Chargei Optm Sunaoyi %  ^"vsv /> v v / p.m., and Maariv and Hakofoth are also scheduled. Special Simchas Torah service for students will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday morning services open at 9. Rabbi Heim will discuss: "Strength of the Spirit." • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. at 8:30. Yizkor follows at 10:30. Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will officiate and preach on the topic: "Strangers and Sojourners Before Thee," Cantor Louis Ggrtenhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Simchas Torah services are at 6 p.m. Sunday morning services commence at 10. • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30. Yizkor follows at 11. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Sanctuary of Life." Class in Bible is at 5:30. Mincha will be at 6, with Hakofoth following at 7. Sunday morning services commence at 8:30. Rabbi Becker will discuss: "Religion in an Age of Anxiety." • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold closing Succoth services Friday evening at 6. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate, with Cantor Rudolph Brill rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Yizkor will be at 10. Simchas Torah services are Saturday evening at 7:30. Sunday morning services commence at 8:30. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Hoshana Rabba services at 8 a.m. Evening services will be at 6. Shmini Atzereth services begin Saturday at 9. Yizkor will be at 11 a.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on the topic: "Memorial Prayers in Festival of Joy Cantor Fishel Lutman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Simchas Torah commences with services Saturday at 6 p.m. Sunday services will be at 9 a.m. • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening sci\ices at 6 p.m. Saturday morning Shmini Atzereth services are at 8:45. Sol Martin. Son oi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Schwartz, will' become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate, with Cantor. Edward Klein rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi's sermon is: "The Spiritual Harvest." Simchas Torah services commence at 6:30 p.m. Sunday morning services will be lO EXTRA dividend It's wit* to open an account, or add to present savings, before August 10th so as to earn 3% from October 1st Hera each account is insured safe to $10,000 FEDER1I Mf I l l iS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BW IIHCOIN IOA0 7471 (MUMS V 425 4ll STRHT. MAM IUC



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ober 7, 1955 rrm **W*€ftffrr*tw, UAL NOTICE DKHIDERIO fe^ CT T,OUS lNAM Jiff (i |VKN that gg'.!"• a ,,,,,,„ name uf RjUM register J n ? l'.k %  •' "" %  '" % %  Ml 13 %  ft::; County, LgfiTMKXT MPANt :' ; ,ul[UNDER FICT.TIOUS KtllBB*" !•' %  i "" Li A ..111 in'-' '•"" %  ; court "i %  t IRMINK .1 I OARS J I fuNDER FICTITIOUS bis5^r.iiviw ...,. tn*l. I. "*"•"• "J ,r ih ft' : name "' cvi..-. u --"i Collins B | i hi name Lrk of I '"Hit f %  Plot T'KSTKI.I.I: TRAISTER IRONSuN Applicant Hi K 'I hlNTV JUDGES COURT (FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. NO 36233-A |lTE(l^• \( i. Ih'ii .-i.-cd JCETO CREDITORS i ; n md All IViwmn Hav[ mil Bald |. MI any whl h you, or mm i -t the KRII'O TR V VNNl .leal MX nl !'• %  h, Dad< r |h Hon iblt bolUi I iri the Kaon* County, II %  months I nl m I .1In [; %  • iiii |" i..i.it.•r r.th, A.P 18 JK Tl: vc\\\. i j Will and M D| rRACAXNO. I -1 ll. Urlx LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183318 l.i U INK i iLMSTKIi. n.k.a. I H'lUK > M.MSTEAD und ,11'I.KS MERMAN, Plaintiffs, vs. r.Mll. r ZWIRNER, not known to i... dead or alive; ami the unknown %  pOUMi h'liH. devisee*. U'c.n. grantee*, %  u'ljton oi oilni i.n i lalmlnK by, through or UIHI. r CARL P. zwmwp.it. and all persona claiming any estate, right, tltlr or Interest in or Hen upon the" real property her.-In .1scribed, nr any put i thereof, which ilocated in Dade county, Plorlda Tracl is, in Section n. T<>uniihi|> 51 s.Mitii. KHIIKI' *<> Baat, according in I'l.ii "i the Fiorina Fruit Lands Company, recorded In Plai Booh I, 17 of tinPublic Record! of I lade County, Plorlda, Defendant* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl CARL P. BWIRNER, no) known in Indead in alii, .mil the unknown apoui a, hi da* Iseea, legateea, granti ea. credlto other pai i laa claiming by, ihiiiiiKh or under CARL P. ZWIRNER, \I>M:KSS; INKNOWN ;• ml all peraoni %  l.iimini; ,-inv estate, T Ignt. title or Interest In, .-i Hen upon the real propertj herein tibed. or aju pan thengbf, which iNscatod in bade County State '.f Plorlda: Tracl <*. in Section 11, Townahtp :..' South, Range io East, according to I'l.n of the Florida Fruit Lands Company, recorded in pint Booh 2, Page IT of the Public R Is nf I lade < 'ount) Plot Ida ADDRESS: UNKNOWN Vor ARE HEREBY notified thai %  Complaint T.> Quiet Title nan bean filed agalnat you, ami you are hereb) required to serve a iupy of your Answer t.i tinComplaint on riaintirrn Attorneys, Hanoi Oenet. 140 Lincoln Road), .Miami Beach. Florida, ami file the oi iKinal Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. OB oi before the 21th day of October. IMS, In default of which the alientloim of fald Complaint win i„taken is i niifeised against vou DATED at Miami. Florida, this 20th da) of September, IMS i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court B) i: ll. RICE, II: (Seal) Deputy Clerk OENET • OENET Attorney! tor Plaintiffs P-'u Lincoln Roa.I Miami Beach, Hoi Ida M — 10/7-14 lUNTY JUDGES COURT IFOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE NO. 36171-B T i irmerl) known jl KATZ | KAT2, I'-...... I FE TO CREDITORS J' '.'I All I', i sum 11.! vw" \ I .>.iiii 11 net eby '• -ii an) whl, h >ou, or I ivi again i Ike K, K L, I : S "'Al: formerly |ABKI. H KATZ ind ISA. dti,.,...-,| late ,.! |i,.|,%  the Hoi !* "f pads i i.Mm .mi in their olfli .-. in the fwouw in Dade County fra "ht calendar months p''f Hi,first publication l du "''rileiii;,n,N to con. ol the claimant %  wn to and presented as rnmnMii be barred See |" the iMi Probate Act F" w SOLAR MWnUtratoi „r the & K "**. K. kn "" as |:',!': KATC and (UP'* F RT / BHAPIRO Tfnunistratnr c.T A Itaml i:.,„ ,,. ,.,,. N*OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that teas under the fictitious nams of AUTOMATIC i;.\s CO., at 13090 N W. 7th Avenue, Miami MI. and 1460 N E. Daln Road, Dade County, intends to register said nafa with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court ol Dade i 'ounl ). Florid i %  i AS SERVICE %  < IRPORATION A Florida Corp MYERS. II KIM \N ft KAPLAN At torne) %  tot Applli ant r, II S.KI„U,| Hl.lt: %  | I4-13-J0 1" 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that th iiiiiUi sign, ii. io sit Ing i" • tigs business unriet the fii iltloun nan EQUITABLE MORTOAOE EQUITABLE MORTGAGE A INVESTMENTS: KM ICO, at UK DuPont Building, Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the iii-.iiit Court of Dade ('ount). f-1 %  • i nl i MITCHEL KR \.MKK MONROE DIXON At torneys for Applli ant I70 Coral w aj ."-14 NA N MI R LA F ; CTlT '0^ M HKI:,.: 1;Y r .\\ W that PittHSF.* 0 %  •*• '" P k lr '-I. Intends to rea!&?$ & l iF? "i Dade i nuiii), fe^KNHELD jApplli %  K '"-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICE is HEREBY ':i\ EN that the imdci sidled, desirina to business under the fictitious name ol HKACOM HAIt. at .'i Beacom Blvd., Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >ade i 'ount) Florida. CHRIBTIAN RE1CHERT Sol,OwHet KKSSI.KR ft OARS Attorneys for Applicant 17-vJ W Magler St. I I: ?.(l — 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that the umiei slKiied, desiring to ennaKe In business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN' LAMP COMPASY. at :!7.'.l M.W. :.:ird Street. Miami, Plorlda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida. EDWARD N CAVERT HlLDCIt I* CAVERT HARVEY 1L KLEIN 7n.' IliM-sMie Ilulldlng Attorneys for Edward N. (avert and Hlldiir I. Caveit 8/23-30 — 10/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol LEW FASHIONS OP MIAMI BEACH and Lolls RELNSTEIN FURK, lni, nds to reaiMci said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIfl RE1NSIKIN GBOROB J. TAI.IANoKK At tut ne> for Api.'icants 9/16-2S-J0 — 10/7 MIAN McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNF, MA I M ARI0N C McCUNE. M A I KS| "I Dl -KM. HI || |)|\(. MIAMI i %  ii • i M i LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B IN TH T,C E D BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF TMC Ftom E oV M ,N UD i c Jrt^ '"R?C,T 'OF miTTT ifflV w c 5. L kE N 5 "••^ %  "'int. SUIT FOR DIVORrc •'•" BpfT JEAN COLLY'S c/e MrBiniH Rabi BQI 381, Route S llatriiiiiin. Team U are h.r.ln notified lhat a Rill Of nmplami f,„ | )iv „,,,, „,^ ,,„^ %  *•" ind you are reoulred "%  copy of your Answer or "• %  'i n to the Bill of Complain! on '•;i;!-;:iitiri.Ar, ,,,, %  >. ARTHUR D I V.V AN -'-'' u -' Ptaaler nai Answer or Pleading In th, of>f the • ink ,.r the Clr. uit Court %  HI .., before the itl. day of November 1955. if you rail to do s.,. Judgmenl by default wm be token against you tor ine relief demanded In th.Bill of < omplalnt. This noli, shall l|, il.li%  ,..,! ,„,, .. r : I-M % %  ',,'',': f '"" "•"^•' l iv •• • in I III. JEWISH PLORIDI \\ ,"">' K \ x tDERED at Miami. A 1orMa | j thl Mrd day of September! E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorlds By WM W STOCKING, II ircim Com t Si al I I %  puu Clei k ARTHUR I.. DECKELMAN Attorney foi Plaintiff MM w.-st Plaglet SI Miami. Florida 1" 7-11-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, ii.-sirlnic to engage in business under the ri< tltlous name ol JENNIFER HOMES, at Dade County, intends to register said name with the cierk or the circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. IKNMI ER HOMES, INC. a Florida Coi in, ration GENET \ OENET AIIOI nej s for Appit, anl I'.'" Lincoln Road 1" 7-14-2! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183244 JOSHUA 7. BTADLAN, Plaintiff, \ i, JOHN CICCARIELLO, also known as JOHN CHICARELL1, ami ANGELA CICCARIELLO, also known a.ANGELA CHICARELLI, his wife: HENRY AARON; and JOHN CARP1TA and MRS JOHN CARPITA, ins wife, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE TO: JOHN CICCARIELLO, also known as JOHN CHICARELLI, and ANGELA CICCARIELLO, known as ANGELA CHICARELLI, his Wife |nL' Wisteria Street, I: Highland Paris, New Jersey You, JOHN CICCARIELLO, also known as JOHN CHICARELLI, and ANGELA CICCARIELLO. also known as ANGELA CHIC \i:i:i.i.i. his wife, are hereb) notified thai s complaint for Foreclosure .-f Hortgagi on the foiiowinx described property, Bltuate, lying and being in Dade County, Florto wit: Lots : %  ami M Of PARADISE PARK, according to the plat thereof recorded in plat Book IS at pag< of the Public R< i ords of Dade County, Plorlda; has I.,. II riled against you and you an required i r ve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on ihe Plaintiff's Attorney, GEORGE CHERTKOP, 107 Olympla Building, Miami :IL'. Florida, and file th,original Answet ot Pleading In the offne ..I the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ,,n 01 li.-foi i the J'.si da) of < '• toller. If >OII fail to do so. Judgment b\ default will be tak.n against you for the relief demanded In Hie Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each w.-ek tor four consecutive weeks in TIIK JEWISH Kl.oltllUAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this r.uh day of September, A l> 19."il. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Coinl, Ii.iil, Count v. Flotilla By R. M. HAWKINS. (Circuit Cunt s.-ai Deputy Clerk OEORGE CHEKTKoK Attorney for Plaintiff 607 Olympla Building Miami 32. Florida Phone: 9-3113 9/28-3 0 — 10/7-H i NOTICE UNOEI; FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SIMPSON'S AUTO SALES, at 80j B. Okeechobee Road, HlaUah, intends to register said name with the ( terk of the Circuit Court of Dade county. Florida. ROBERT SIMPSON HENRY B11JJ IRVING SCHKLMAN 1 Lincoln Road Attornevs for Atmllcants 9/16-23-30 — 10/7 ~ NOTICC UNDfeK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBU that un curt of Dade County Florida. DAISY S ORIGINALS, IN" \ Put Corp MYERS HEIMAN ft KAPI. iN j e \bold Bid* Attorm I % % % %  '' %  "' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY nl\ EN lhal th. undersigned, desl lug to i ngagi name ol i i \i iir ,i I2 N "• ml ivenue, Florida. ui ,„ the Clerh of the Clr?T y -SERVICE %  ll KVISI' N FILM M. • Br-R\ n i,i porai ion. INC?, a Florida KLLOT.'8ILVKR ^ NHL.oY ,1, conmes. Bid. Mlaj Attorneys roi Teh 2J-J0 — l/7 Film-Art : N c T .?t!,? IRCUIT COURT OF THE !tr, V |^X H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN few? FOR DA E COUNTY. FLORO.Miv CHANCERY. No. 183505 HELEN ROSEN, Plaintiff HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant -,,, N OT J C E BY PUBLICATION IO. lll-^Mi.VN ROSEN -I HOmeai.ad Park o Biorika Newark. New,.T.-re\ I Ton are herein notified that a|Ki',' plaint for Divorce has l.en filed against vou, and you are required to %  erve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to th,. Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, ALVIN s. CAWN, One Lin'is, ,ln ,"""'' Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading In the office Of the Clerk ..j the ci cult Court on or before the •lal da] of October, IMS; if you fail to ,1,, >,, judgment hv default will be tak.n sgalnal you for the relief deli 'i in the i 'omplalnt. DONE AND ORDERED In Miami, Florida, this nth day of September, B LEATHERMAN, < '!• i k, circuit i %  -, I lade 'oiiniv. Plot By R ll. RICE M: '•-! %  • XL) I i. put) Cl-rk •• SO — 10/7-U-J1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES 1 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36299 A In ItESTATE ol' DAN A ci ii.i.iEK. Deceased '" XII Cred s ami AM p ( sons II i mg claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You, and each of you, are ii. notified and required to present Claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have agalnat the estate of DAN A. COLLIER, di late Of Hamilton County, Ohio, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In DadJa County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will lie bal I ell Date s-ii timber i:,th. AD. in:,:,. LEON A. EP8TEIN As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate of DAN A COLLIER, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys tor Ancillary Administrator c.T.A. I ::;-:!0 — 10/7-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .-imamin business under the fictitious name oil K C. PACKAGE STORE, at l %  > N W lsi Aven le, Miami, Plot Ida, Intends to registei said name with the Clerk of the cii. ult Cunt ,,f i iade I 'ount). Florida .11 Xltl.KS M. Kol.I.IN MARK SILVERSTEIN, At". 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla 1" 7-1 l-JI-.'s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious nani INDUSTRIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, at .'ii7 Longford Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to regrister said name with the Clei k of the I 'Ii cull Court of i is Ii !ounty, Plorlda H1LBERT It. SIEBEUST IIr and CECIL O. BCHOULTZ '. i', owner MARLi IW, BINNAMI IN AM i M Xltl.i iW sin-'. Langford Building Miami ::.'. Florida i a io in 7-n Statement required by the Act of August 2i. 1912, as Amended b) the A.-ts ol March I, lM, ami Jul) :'. 1946 (Title 39, United States Code, Section .':::',) showing the ownership, management, and circulation of THE n:\xisll FLORIDIAN, published weekli at Miami. Florida, for Oct. 1st, 19.15. The names and addresses of the publisher and editor are: Editor. Publisher—Fred K. Shochet, P. O. Box l':i7::. Miami It, Fla. The owner is: The Jewish Flotidian, Sol In. Ethel Shochet. Fred K. Shochet, P. o. Box MTS, Miami If, Fia. The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed. through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was: FRED K SHOCHET, Editor-Publisher Sworn to and subscribed before me this Mth da) of September. 19-V.. SEI.MX M. THOMPSON (S|) commission expires September IMS) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L AW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of METROPOLITAN TRANSFER, at isiin N XV. 7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM. G. HOKUM SAMUEL B DBUT8CH S XMI KL TRIMBLE GEORGE L. KNIOHT Attorney tor Applicants .___.. ; Security Bldg., Miami 32, Florida !. 23-M — 1" 7-14 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183670 WILLIAM CHARLES SODERGREES Plaintiff vs. JOAN EVELYN SODERGREEN, I i. -letl.l.int NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IOVN K-VELYN SOOBtt4,:itEKN Olen Cove, f^Tlg Lslanit New York Vor A i:|. : HEREBY NOTIFIED i Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against > oil and imi required to file youi answar in the office of the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida, and a copy of your answer on the Plaintiff's attorney, JOSEPH ROKENKRANTZ, one Limolii Road Bldg.. Miami Beach. Plorlda, on or b i the Ith day of November, 11 Late,I this i i, l„r ::. 1955. %  : H LEATHERMAN, en, ail Clerk B) i: ll RICE, II: 'SK.xi.i Deputy Clerk 10/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th it Ii i ilgned. dead ing to engage In IIIKI. i t he flcl ll IOUS name of TRU-TONE RECORDING STUDIO iNot Inc I, at 12! I s w sih Street, intend Io W jth the Clerk of the i In ull C >ui i of D de i 'ounty, Ploi i.ia LARRY II FINN HENRY STONE MAX P. BNGEL Attorney f..i Tm-Tone Rl -riling Studio IO/7-14-21-Z8 The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture window. Does your insurance pay for the damage? or the answer to thlt, or ny of her insurance oueefron Arthur M. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street IHf TSAVflS. Hortlofrf ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeist FkrkJiaM solicibj your legal noUcee. We appreciate yoar patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates .. 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October 7. 1955 +Jeni I cup chopped apples Beat I CR slightly; add groats. Mix well; let stand at room nocraturo ab >ut 10 minutes. Heat shortening: add onions and bkovcr! •* i at i-ntil soft but not brown. Add groats mixture. Eeryanci %  •• %  ..ver tightly and cook over moderate heat until Vuidhas been ibsorbed. Remove from heat; add second egg and Lj inin?: nts. Mix well. Makes enough stuffing for 10 [12 lb. turkej or uoose or 2 ducklings. •Giblct broth may be used as all or part of water. Jckwheat. an early American favorite, has again caught the fancy Highly regarded i colonial timei tor the deli| c( Ma nul flavor, bucki now emerges in a stronger hi a potent a.Is of the caloriekioas in their hattle-of-thes?lit kern.': of buckwheat, iir kasha, i^ a welcome itirtt for the familiar pound'i( starches Nutritious and rfui. bucku %  : %  :.i i gives weightB extra food value for each ng, offering a high protein Int of 11.7 percent. I comparable weight of pota]provide> on!} 2 14 percent p; only 7 52 percent protein ntained in the same amount |K. Rich in vitamins as well, heat groats contain almost [as much Vitamin Bl as wheat i fame number of calories, er used as a side dish [meats ami vegetables; as a (weal for nourishing breakas a crunclis enhancement buffins or a okies as a tasty p-stretcher lor hamburgers [casserole dishes; or to add pr.ee to soups, buckwheat is rather than fattening, conMonlv 2< percent tat. pause buck* excellent : a bodybuilding food for ftyoungsu land as an en•Wainer I i busy adults. and more health-conscious homemakers are adding this economical food to their regular grocery shopping lists. Complete with all the nutritional value packed into it by nature, buckwheat is available in the whole brown kernel or cracked into fine, medium or coarse grades. It changes its gulM with chameleon ease, depending upon the manner in which it is prepared. Versatile as well as nutritious, groats skip nimbly from meal to meal, proving their value as menubrighteners. Old standby recipes gain a new and exciting flavor when buckwheat replaces custom ary starchy ingredients that have grown monotonous. To aid homemakers in adding variety and extra nutrition to their meals, Phyllis Wolff, home economist for the test kitchens of Birkett Mills, has prepared six exciting new recipes featuring buckwheat groats. Copies may be obtained by addressing requests to Miss Wolff, Penn Yan, New York. „ Compare UTUtTU AS|X YOUR GROCER FOR DROMEDARY White Cake Mix • Yellow Cake Mix • Devil's Food Mix • Gingerbread Mix. • Pound Cake Mix • Honey *n' Spice Cake Mix PURE EGG HOPPLES Fine, Medium, Broad Tempting... wholesome... delicious...reel home-mode flavor I Economical 11 I T THE I AX US OF "OViM C 1 1 S t" " THE BREAD THAT'S 'NATURALLY GOOD" AUGUST BROS, BREAD Ml .W. Itl TMtT, MIAMI. HOMO' ASK FOR IT BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 EXCLUSIVE DISTKIBUTOKS Of THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO. INC 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: S — JE 8 6232 HERMAN PEARL PAT DEARI



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IH JHE MIDDLE Of MUDDY MILS' +l&*ist>nr)r*i£rto L H 0f IH THE Mtou w muuui nw Ks Synagogue Washed Away-But Holiday Observed > hnvs in Korea continued their Rosh lV0 ,' in a <'atholic chapel when their "-vnaeoisue in a tent" was washed away ;, after the first night of the Jew.sh Ef££ a letter from Lt. Douglas "" Miami Beach lo his parents. >ht in the middle of the muddy hills M lUi'h bovs gathered together under ETua. But i'J.u" 1 th8t C Uld Witness %  •* '" action as 1 did this week. The boys who came to service were there because they wanted to pray and not because their parents wanted them there Even those with little education in Hebrew sang with such a determination, the Rabbi commented it sounded like a Young Israel service in Brooklyn' ,H D0 Ug i^, a gr t adua, of University of Miami Law School. 1953. He took post graduate courses in Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School and entered the army in December. 1954. He was made first lieutenant when he joined the Judge Advocated office in Korea this spring. The family has lived in greater Miami for 12 years. Unable to purchase New Year's cards, the boys resorted to ingenious methods to send messages Kaplan's card shows a photo of him seated in front of a large "Happy New Year, Doug Kaplan, Korea 1955" placard. rer Report Surveys Future U.S. Aid Policy to Israel Jf.TON ( J T A ) — A Commission report on ov(tonomic operations has future United States aid to liith American foreign poljves with respect to tensions of an extensive I aid to Israel and other were made known in ort by the bod\ which is I known as the TommisOrganization of the ExBranch of the Governand which iunder the hip of former President Herbert Hoover. The report was transmitted to Congress. It said: "Whether or not future aid to Israel other than technical assistance should be continued depends on United States foreign policy objectives with respect to the future of that country. Immediate objectives have been reached. Immigration has stopped, temporarily at least. The country is not in acute financial distress or in danger of becoming so in the immediate foreseeable future. There is no serious inPa g e 7 A Latest Attempt to Close Dachau Fails in Face of French Pact i„mI?. N K ''J A) T The lalcst at Durial P laces ot and memorials to tempt by Herr Junker, commissioner for the county of Dachau to have the Dachau crematorium, where hundreds of thousands of Jews were murdered by the Nazis, closed to visitors, ended in failure in the Bavarian Parliament Wednesday. Herr Junker, who introduced a motion in the provincial li ture to dose down the museum at the former death camp, said tha* he wanted to keep the commemoration oi Nazi victims "within boundHe said that the name of the town of Dachau had been brought into disrepute throughout the world as a result of the publicity which the camp had received. He withdrew his motion, however, after it was pointed out to him that a recent Bonn-Paris agreement obligating the West German Government to preserve Nazi victims on their original state. Before he withdrew his motion, Herr Junker came under attack from Social Democrats and members of his own Christian Democratic Party. Later, on a motion by Herr Junker, it was agreed to erect a memorial consisting of a cross and a Star of David on a hill overlooking the SHORT CIT TO LEARNING SPANISH ITALIAN or any other Spoken Language DR. C M. CASALS formerly of UNIVERSITY Of HAVANA ana UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI Telephone 12-0775 111 II WEEK US I SEE IT Continued from Page 4 A s* finally envision as a solution the inevitable adoption of tUeplan. This was a nostalgic reminiscence—one that stood fade with her fleeting reference to the fact that she is no i member of the IS. delegation. (two are a matter of shoddy diplomacy—Mr. Lie's resignation ** of Soviet pressure. Mrs. Roosevelt's removal by Mr. Eiseni one of his first official acts in office. But the great lady stands Rethese base matters. There is a vision in her still beautiful Insion of world peace monitored by the United Nations, and I nurtures and protects against what history had better record [early criticism of an infant organization. vision has flown with her across many lands andjias been set %  any peoples bj Mis Roosevelt's courage and humanity. In its I.the IN will be ,i monument to her name. P E R S 0 I A L I Z E D SERVICE "ART" "MAUf Y" "RAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecks Rebuilt Body Repairs and Painting 3 M44 < M2 140 S.W. Ith Street Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITLC iQhtmctCa YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY *0WS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Konsos City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus A Reserves I cee 13,000,000 1 IRELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Greetings! 'URNS and JAEGER, Inc. Heciricol Confracfors %  • • ieeeer W -74 STREET PHONE 64-3363 ternal weakness in Israel thai would invite Arab attack; and no' important pressures within Israel to attack the Arab states. There is no immediate apparent danger that the armistice agreement obligation of the United States (along with that of Britain and France) to maintain the present boundaries between Israel and the Arab states will lead to the involvement of this country." Morris W. Weinberg, C.P.A. Max P. Fold, C.P.A. announce the formation of the partnership WEINBERG AND FELD CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 509 Ainsley Building Miami 32, Florida October 1, 19SS Phones: 2-5641 2-7800 "I PUT THISE AWAY FOR MY RAINY DAYS. // YOU OUGHT TO PUT SOMETHING AWAY FOR YOUR RAINY DAYS TOO.'" There's nothing like the wonderful feeling you have when you know you have funds in an INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT for emergencies and the things you want most. # Open your account NOWI Save something, no matter how much, regularly each week, month or pay day. You'll be glad you did. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED, OR FUNDS ADDED TO ACCOUNTS ON OR BEFORE THE 10th OF OCTOBER WILL EARN DIVIDENDS FROM THE FIRST. SAVINGS Accounts in DAM Mh/fNO HOURS .Main Office ftDERAL are INSURED to $10,000 6pen Mandays and Branch and EARN dividends twke a year Off/ce. Open Fridays t,l_8 P.M. for you at the current rota of Other aayj 9 AM. to 3 P.M. ~.**.i -r ffnnum Closed Saturdays. 3% mi RARKING AT ALL BRANCHES MAIN OfflCE 45 N E. Fint Avenue ALIAPATTAH BRANCI 1400 N.W. 30H1 Street D*ade Federal •K JOSEPH M. UPTON, President ^ TAMIAMI BRANCH 1*01 S.W. HoWh swot IDISON CENTCR BRANCH 57?7 N.W. Seventh Avenuo RESOURCES EXCEED 63 MILLION DOLLARS



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Page 10 A *le*i*tiFk)rif the Kneseth Israel educational committee, according to an announcement by Abraham Kinestone. president Sachs has been active with the Hebrew school since its inception. The board of education, which Is in charge of the administration and mangement of the Kneseth Israel Hebrew school, moved to open a Sunday school data for boys and girls. Mvn and six ye ITS ol age as a preparatory clai • tor future attendance in the Hebrew BChOOr. The Class will open on Oct. 16 The Hebrew school, which meets Sunday through Thursdaj ol each week, this year witnessed Its larg • st registration, Firestone si istration for new students will continue through Oct H> The Hebrew school staff consists of Rabbi and Mrs Sherwin Stauber, who re cently arrived from New York to assume their duties at Kneseth Israel. Cantor Abraham Self is in charge of the Bar Mitzvah class and musical instruction Rabbi Jonah E Caplan, spiritual leader i : the congregation, is advisor and consultant to the education committee. Obituaries Blood Donor Day Scheduled at Beth David Beth David Men's Club will conduct its semi-annual Blood Donor l).i\ on Sunday morninu. Oct 16 from 9:30 am to 11:30 a.m. at Beth David Auditorium, announced Charles Z. Spingarn. Blood Hank chairman. Serving with Spingarn as members of the committee are Morris \t kms. Nathan Games and Louis Rosenson. A Mt. Sinai mobile unit will bo set up in the auditorium, and members ot the Men's Club and con gregation will participate. A Sisterhood and P.T.A. committee composed of the MesdameMichael Covin, Richard Herold. Archie Mendelson. Samuel Ostrow sky and Gu Shaw, headed by Mrs. Spingarn, Will serve breakfast to donors Dr. Tscharna Rayss. only woman full professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is currently being saluted by her colleagues on the i university faculty, govern\ ment leaders and representatives of Israel's fishing industry for her devoted service to the country during a career that spans 30 years. The occasion is especially signifiI cant for Dr. Rayss, since she was present at the opening of the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus in 1925, as an aspirant to a post on the yetformed science faculty. Second Training Course Slated at Viscaya Robert Tyler Davis, director of Viscaya, has announced that a second training course for volunteer guides w,|| tart at Vi/caya on Monday, Oct IT. and continue on Monday and Wednesda) mornings, for four weeks Davis will give eight lectures to a group of 20 Greater Miami worn en who have signed up lor this vear's coins,' The lectures cover the principles of museum guiding, the history of Viscaya and the designs and decorative styles of the 16th. 17th and 18th centuries used in the house and gardens. LAURA C. RAHN \u :. .•!,-•. In ., i i-a lwwj.lt.it Uj i,. h Mb ml. J b ""• • '', '•" ,.,i lu-n it Ron an.l Mi C'an.l U.HHI l< %u \|,• %  / .HI I Mm h K Ml M.iMliln 1 1 ,, ,., H inn v. r. rirookN s i owl ,,, |-|, ,. ,.. i h|'l. THERESA OREENBCRG • i .* \-, w. r.jn'l M iiif ii t • 6 i.,.. |.|i s i,.. wr. I | Rt lllvi le-l M< in.-fit in VV ... I, u i-|. t*( HARRY BLAU ,i ,,f % %  ; Mli • u "' ,, r>ry *!' ii. ii, re • miii yeru .<*" \. ., Iik .-. 11 %  s .i in. i Mi,,, i I'. |i Ii Rika I.'MIL..iinl U Burvlvon in. in.i.. ins M ,i ii,., da ""• -oi'i l ;. %  il ii Rlvei i'i' M, ,,.... %  '. Ith Interin \u Ni bo %  MRS HANNAH BERKOWITZ i %  II i .i .... died B, i't M> ,K., fi i. III New Beth II Hurvlvlng are ),,., i, ...i, ,.,.i .i i .i • .II. : Berk.. i> %  i three dauflitera, Mn Rob,,.,.i M Milton Cole, rk, N .' and Mi tCllaabeth K" in. n H kl) ii Ben Ii i Bunda, | n Hi I h Memorial n .Hi burial in Mi Mn i Cam^^^^ JACOB HUTTER \ ive., died F Ida i Ha mil.hei • i %  •'-" from New and belonged lo Miami H.-ai-h Knlghta "t Pythian [ %  „. H indaj Ii Riven Ide M. u h M. iii burial in Ml %  ni i i'. meti rj MRS SADIE K. LEIBOWITZ 10, died here Bundaj RIveraMeI tear I li • I : I 'hapa i ;iIn i hmraja %  %  .11 I .. IlK.Mll.lll.s Meeting Announced Irvm Saks. Ben Ourion Branch ol Farband president, announced Wednesday a meeting of the organization scheduled for Oct. 12 at Beth Kl Congregation. Dr. A .1 Ishlan will be chairman of the evenii Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH fSone JE 1 3595 MARTIN GAL red lewelei who' came here aajo From Bayalde, I. I died Sepi IS, Burvlvora Include hi> wife, Ini and ,i daucnter Mra Helen ,\ both "f Miami Bet \ Icea ejere PYtda) In RJveralde-Baach Memorial i i %  :, with burial i" Ml Mabo Cam* %  • • CHARLES ELKMAN 57, of IM1 13th at., Miami Elaai h, a t. ix attorney who lived bare i" v.:,:-. died Hept II He waa a member erf Miami Hen h HlbttHMia l^ntlte J75, FaVAM, kmlata anil Temple Emanu-RL He leave* %  ion, Richard, Miami Reach, and Uv HlHrr. HervICM were Bept :"• In Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel, nh iniii.il in Mt Nebo Cemetery. rat tit '-—UWUot. *^wtm&^W[TT~zDade Monuments, Inc. 3223 S.W. 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Page 10 B +Jeistfk>rMk*ri Prid ay, LEON liMTTERMAN — A Spirit (an Take a Fifty-Dollar S eat %  ttffe A GUIDE TO THE RELIGIONS OF AMERICA. Edited by Lo Rosten. 282 pp. New York. Simon and Schuster. $3.50. By HILARY MINDLIN MOST PEOPLE and that Includes Jews are abysmallj ignorant ol the characteristics ol their neighbor's religion lo saj nothin thenown. "Look" magazine in June ol IMS l 1 '(i articles on the major re I r iU ^' ""' articles were in qu those which would ordinarilj 11 twer bj a more or less prominent member ol This book is ran to 1953 plu rvejrs, p such interesting subjects >rce. ration. p The religions discuss ano most ol the various Pn though there are, for in 83.000 B in the rountrj Unitarians are represented, and so are the 6* Uaerieans who do not go to church, spoken for bj JerotBC Nathanaoa, a chairman in the New York Society for Ethical culture Bertrand Russell's case for Agnosticism is far and away the best-written, most down-to-earth dii course Hero Is Mi" Russell's answer to the question -a bad one. logically, but he is too kind to point that out Arc vou never afraid of God's judgmenl in denying Him"" "Most certainly not I also deny Zeus and Jupiter and Odin and Brahma, but this causes me no qualms. Ii Ob erve that a very large portion of the human race does not believe in God and suffers no visible punishment in consequence. And if there were a God, I think it verj unlikely that He would have such an uneasy vanitj a> to be otfended b) those who doubt His existence' • • RABBI MORRIS N. KERTZER, director of interreligiouactivities for the American Jewish Committee, answered What Is I .lew"" for i the series, and quite nicely, too I am glad somebody finally got around • i aying, in print, that the Torah is simply the Bible from Genesis to Deuteronomy. It is amanng how many Christians have no idea that it is liii' very same Old Testament which they also read. A comparison chart of what each faith believes on specific issues and doctrines yields fascinating information. There are only three denominations, for instance, which state unequivocably that theirs is the only true religion. Of course, each con-iders his way the best, or Ise he would not be a member—but best" is not the same as "only." !li. Jewish position .lews do not presume to judge the honest wor-lupper of any faith The righteous of all nations are worthy of immortality Other Statistics: less .lew-, proportionately, are formally affiliated than any other faith, but more of their children graduate from high school, and there is far less divorce and desertion among Jews. Mary ol these "facts. however should be sprinkled liberally with salt; it must be remembered that a simple correlation does not neees|y imply a cause-effect relationship. Many factors other than religion are at work in these studies The great value of the book lies m its contribution to better understanding As Rabbi Kert/er writes "We Jews know that there are many mountain tops and all of them reach for the stars It is. after all. the reaching which counts It seemed that the man's atti tude was polite hut firm "I'm sorrv.' he told Judy HolJiday, who was tmng to sell him tickets for a charity concert, "but I Wont be able to attend the con cert Its for a most worthy (an-.' however, and I assure you I shall he with you in spirit." "Fine exclaimed Judy. "Now where would v on like to have your spirit sit' The tickets are I and S50." The rich gentleman meekly replied I'll take a $50 one please liu.i\ Kaye sayi he heard a vounu rabbi preach a sermon in I on,Ion several weeks ago. "I shall be brief," said the rabbi My text He that giveth unto the poor lendeth unto the I/Ord,' Brothers and sisters, you have heard the terms of the loan. If you are satisfied with the sccurity. put down your cash." Danny says there was a record collection in the temple that night • • • According to Eddie Cantor, if the poor man cannot always get meat, the rich man cannot always digest it. • • Violinist Mischa Elman. who returned to Israel for a series of concerts, told us about the poor, blind woman in Tel Aviv who put ten dollars into a collection plate at a synagogue You can not afford so much." said one "Yea, I can." she answered. On being pressed to explain. she said, "I am blind and I said to my fellow straw workers. 'How much money do you spend in a year for oil in your lamps whan it is too dark to work nigluThey replied, 'ten dollars." "So,*' said the poor woman. "I found that I save so much in the year because I am blind and do .lot need a lamp, and I give it to shed light in the dark minds • • • Jack Benny once remarked: l l >l ? Uer ogive*, Milton Berlf,'^ !h g m J nc >' > bell •he audience: A ^3) $100 stand up ••;? Quick! Pi, y the "*' Manner! '"'requently j^, Robinson, a phj d one who glve ,. ,£< should be giving J 23 ..,, T* ( lv| nc until j t i^ marks director Metml .'; n "< a true ^ ty. Some are more, than otherHi Til SMEROTY — A Jeweler Turns Paint Miicka llman dark mines MILTON FRIEIM.IN — Ehan Hits State Department Sore Spot The surrender of all or part of the Negev to Egypt is not too high a price for Israel to pay for in the view of some State Department elements State Department officials are not happy over Israel Ambassador Abba Khan's reference to "a built-in deadlock' in the Dulles security proposalSet retary of State Dulles linked a proposed American security guarantee to the will o' the wish ol Arab agreement with Israel on permanent borders. Dulles said if there is to be a guarantee of borders, it would be normal that there should be agree %  iei upon what the borders are The Arab Dulles knows, are not inclined to agree with Israel on anything except the cession ot Israel territory %  ArabThe State Department WSJ not exactly pie. by Ambassador Eban's Sept n addre to an Israel Bond conference in Washll Kt.an commend..! the -pint of the Dulles proposals. But he askel Is there not a serious danger thai this proposal as it stands contains a buill m deadlock with lomber of disillusion Eban's genius for logic touched on the very point in the Dulles proposal about which the State Department is most sensitive For this was to be the emergency exit through which the Department could retreat when called on to provide the securityguarantees Dulles so grandiosely outlined The only salvation of the Dulles plan, in the Israel view, is to disengage it from the elusive precondition of Arab frontier agreement. The I'nited States guarantees the frontier between the East and Wist /.meol C.crmany and the armistice demarcation line dividing North and South Korea. I'nivers.d agreement certainly does not exist on these boun daries Yet t S security commitments were made Whj must Dulles demand prior agreement" by the Aral.to Israel's borders? That's what I-rael wants to know ite Department thinking on the Middle KM ifrequently disguised behind meaningless generalities When suchthinking is exposed to the penetrating learchlighl of logic tome state Department Officials have trouble digesting their shish kebab at the Sbeheratade restaurant. erl An artist whose works belong to childhnnrt m„Po.and. is presently charming Atn^^n vases which recall Shadchens. Seders and Simchas Torah Sixty-two-year-oW Abraham Blustein. who gave up hls J wholesale jewelry business five years ago n turn to ii-T palette, is now publicly presenting his first one-man shows Bader gallery here. The collection of painting, ,entitled^ in Retrospect" and represents, for the most part the artist's communion with his early years in the Polish Jewish coi !" Mr Blustein's style has been described as "primitive" also personal and warm. Any perceptive spectator can *el artist paints from his heart. The good portion of Blustein's canvases are filled with simple forms, glowing in color botactivity. ignoring perspective. He has put m Ucn of h ^i deepest memories into his paintings. This is how he thinks J be. Mr. Blustein. who left Poland for the IS at the ageo!UJ am completely convinced that Jewish themes are my field |{ paint Jewish .. it is my heritage. And if my paintings si way good, perhaps my grandchildren will s e n-e the cultureT absorbed." Since the exhibit began, however. Washingtonians of illi of many religious backgrounds have surrendered to Mr. childhood recollections in paint. According to Mr. Bader,: the gallery, much talk has centered around the painting I "Shadchen" or the match-maker which portrays a stereotjj*] significant institution. Pictured is a yellow bearded character,! 1 torquoisc coat, topped with a black bow ler hat, clutching u | hands clasped together wistfully contemplating where his i might be. So convincing was this shadchen that he caught I of a local Washingtonian art collector who purchased the | Recollections of a Jewish funeral procession, a syn village markets, rustic town types, rabbi-, horses, pigs tail are all detailed in a large and filled canvas entitled "1 \ painting, with its aroma of ghettoized Poland, had been i : before at the Baltimore Museum. Some other paintings i gious ceremonies and Jewish legends. In "Seder.'' the artisftl seated around the passover table in their one-room housejalj sleeps in the corner; in "Simchas Torah.' a Jewish congref^ the Rabbi finish the reading of the Torah; and in his inter the legend "Rabbi with Golem," a rabbi who created the i which came to life looks only remorseful and not frightestsj Signs of Marc Chagall, a Russian artist, pop up in BlusWI ings in the form of a blue goat or an orange horse hoo Blustein frankly admits, however, that his prime '"""^rj 1 tion during his past painting years has been Chagall. "j paints it is from his inner world, and this is life itseir *f %  'What I like about Chagall's work." Blustein f'' nl n ea Jv. %  titrity. his combination of colors and his expression oIi^aw n Will LOVEN — Tribute to a Mightv Geni ILAYIII HOROWITZ — Ike's New Appointment a Sign of Change? President Eisenhower's selection of Jacob Blau s'ein as one of the ten-member l.'.S. delegation to the Tenth Session of the General Assembly holds deep significance. As far as Israel and American Jewry are concerned, it means much more than the mere appointment of an experienced negotiator and diplomat. The U.S. move, historic in its implications, can only confirm the view held by some Jewish leaders, namely, that President Eisenhower him self, like his predecessor. Harry S. Truman, who gradually began to recognize the importance of Israel, is beginning to take a special interest in the Palestine question and wants to see Israel's sovereignty safeguarded against any aggressive move on the part of the bordering states. That Eisenhower means business || evidenced not only by the Dulles statement, but also bv the fact that he decided to select a typical American nfTh, Ser r A n u h w e US del<> Sat.on In the face of the oil-rich Arab bloc, this was a bold move. The first to comment on the appointment of Jacob Blau stein was a veteran observer at the UN in behalf 'For the first time since the existence of the UN the Administration included in its delegation to the General Assembly a Jew who lives hi. Jewishoess Jewry 6 ""' 56 18 *"* imvoiXMi **• Amencan They came from all over the" world to cross the royal-blue carpet of the beige assembly hall in the United Nations building to pledge the atom for the help and not the hurt of mankind—and among them was the spirit of a great Jew. Albert Einstein, who. 50 years ago in a rooming house in Berne scrawled his famous theory on a piece of waste paper, did not live to see his dream realized. The man who first propounded the theory if you split an atom you have got energy, could not take his seat of honor when the curtain went up on the world's first atomic conference — but he was there in spirit. When scientists from 72 nations renewed old friendships ruptured by 15 years of cold war. he was there. He was there when American and British atom men met and chatted with Russians on how to, harness the power packed atom for god and not evil. For it was the dream of this old man with the shock of white hair and the twinkling eyes to see the world's best brains join in common effort ta 4 atoms bad name. When, seven years' posed this very thing-" him "naive They <*f a genius who ^ tower Political and •• fairs were not r J l him. the, said. His -I of abstract theory But this is wlw' hei years ago: "Our world is W crisis, the extent on to have scaped thfe* ,he power to take gJJ for good or^J power of tne i rtneVl^T essential if h-J^ vivc To avertj*yfc eome the most urt^ of our time



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Page 8 A *Je*stnurMton GLOBAL SHORTS Towle Throws Hat Three KiUed, Nine W.„„d,d S... ef Anm ,. Ar„b, I !" COmmiSSIOIl King JERUSALEM (WNS) Throe persons were killed and nine were wounded on Thursday when Arab grenades. The bus was ambushed near Meiron in northern Israel while on its way from Safad to Haifa. The Lebanese border lies eight miles north of Meiron, and the Syrian frontier is 12 miles to the east Charles F Towe, Miami business In Arab Attack on Bus Denied by Soviet Government mM iBd ...m,,,-. ls ; candidate tor JERUSALEM (WNS) Denial the Miami city commission in that it has either sold or negotl croup 3. ated the sale of arms to the Arab Tov le was horn near Richmond, infiltrators opened fire on a crowd! countries was made by a spokes ,„,, ann attended Taylor I'niver ed bus with submachine guns and man of the Soviet Foreign Minis >|t> Indiana, and Lincoln I mver • try in reply to a personal inquiry sllv Tennessee made by Yosef Avidar. Israeli Am-, \\ v VMW t„ Miami in 1924. after basaador in Moscow, it was dis st rv jng as a vocational teacher in closed here in a statement by the Richmond and working in the : Israeli Foreign Ministry. Reveal printing trade in Baltimore and ing that Ambassador Avidar made Knoxville. He was a charter mema personal call on A. Zaitsev. dij \#r of the Michigan City, Indiana rector of the Near and Middle; Typographical I'nion in 1912. Eastern Department of the Soviet | *The candidate is a member of Foreign Ministry, the statement Miami Typographical I'nion No. asserts that Mr. Zaitsev replied 1430. and a delegate to the Daae that he was authorized to state CO unty Central Labor union from that local. Believe U.S. Doesn't Want Territorial Change for Israel WASHINGTON (WNS) — State Department officials have assured Israel Embassy circles here that Secretary of State Dulles' recent speech on Arab-Jewish peace does f an "j' a sj es not envisage unilateral or drastic territorial changes. Israel officials here, who are still conferring with State Department officials on the Dulles policy statement, have stated that fears on this point expressed in the Israel press are unfounded. that claims made of Soviet readi Beta to sell arms to the Arab countries 'were devoid of any foundation and were nothing but Towle is a member of the executive board of the Community Chest, the Blood Bank and Dade | a te Walter Hoyt in 1947 Charles F. Uwlt Citizen, of which he is president and editor, from the estate of the 17 Jews Listed Among World's Outstanding People NEW YORK CWNS) <>f the 100 people making history in the world today, l" are Jews, it \$ disclose I l j Look magazine in an article bj D nald Robinson, former chief irian for the V S Militarj bod) Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Paper Mill Company in Broward S^Octob^^ Visitln 9^^ Wl •* Honored No '!h Shore u^ B n,h W Part „f ^ P r Kram will „ A nuT,Cjn Leg 10nnajres all j Renter on Thur M "1 13. Jerome G. Grecne "Jl announced. Irving Breakstone 1 S£ departB co mB 3 minoia, and Richard J? trict commander f or ^ be awarded Certified by the Lodge. They J address the group on the eai live roles taken by BnaT] and the American Legij tional veterans affairs. Control! N IIT MIMTUlSl • •nnRMHainuinag|' Phone 91761 TRULY N0lEN,,r Groundbreaking cere monies were held last week at Hollywood lor the new 38.000-squsre fool plant ol Pan American Paper Mills ( orporation. The company, which is headed by 1 A (Abel Durbin of Miami, plans an eventual expert sum ol the new plant facility to KKI.(MM) square ted The plant will be South FlorIda's lirst tissue mill and will per and Izmir, according to reports re-, T r ;_J -I a m< trjlii faSsWHa c 1 ei here ti.s we ek. Hiotir.K nal Am *erdam Catholic In Orphan Case Postponed AMSTKRDAM (JTA) Th mobs which began their activties %  demonstration against the k population over the Cyprus issue later turned on the Armenians, Jews and others Sales activities will also be carried on throughout the Latm American area Durbin declared that all raw j materials and manufacturing sup plica will be purchased locally to the greatest possible extent. The plant will be staffed with technical personnel having is much as 25 years of experience in this field Clean, uncluttered, modern plant n and landscaping will make : torn all manuftcunng operations th huilding and surrounding area ot a 52-year-old Catholic woman Ch a rged with kidnapping and hiding a 14-year-old Jewish war orphan. Anneke Beekman. opened here and was immediately postponed until Oct. 10, because of necessary to convert raw pulp into toilet tissue, napkins, towelling and other similar paper products. The building; to be located in Hollywood on a seven-acre site with i a l %  its own railroad siding, represents a capital investment of over SI harmonize with Florida building patterns. The new plant is sched-' uled to be in actual production by March 15. 1956. In addition to Durbin, who is the president, the company's officers are Sidney Pepper, vice pres ADEIPHIA BUS SCHOOL 2343 P0NC£ DE LEON U Phone HI 4-3252 • School Subjects ot Sin Day School 8:30 1* t Shorthand & Typing 101 { Bookkeeping & Typing 101 I Bookkeeping I I Shorthand | I Typewriting i 1 { EVENING SCHOOL at Sl.QUI 000.000 and mark* the entrance of|ident; Jerry Krongold, treasurer; a new heavy industry on the South | and Leo A. Gross, secretary. The 1 Synagogue Aboard German Built Ship Dedicated SOUTHAMPTON, England (JTA) The small synagogue i are Ilv '' others, til of whom have' new corporation's stock is 100 per cent locally owned. Many of the plant's officers and board mem ird the SS Israel, Israel's newPleaded not guilty The girl, whose est and largest passenger liner, disappearance they are charged built in Germany under the terms I w itn abetting, has not yet been ol the reparations agreement, eras 'ound. dedicated here, just before the ves %  • sel left for Haifa, by British chief —-%  u „ .. ... Rabbi Israel Brodie who was u Unit *a Hias Service Month' sisted by Rabbi If. Newman, the ship's rabbi Present at the ceremony were Israel Ambassador Eli ahu Klath and representatives of Florida industrial scene. The plant's production will be I merchandised statewide through £n have"'rc^ed''in "scTuth Flo'rattorney Accused along with her. | re 8 u 'ar wholesale trade channels, ida for over 30 years. '•• the Southampton Jewish commu Proclaimed by Mayor Wagner NEW YORK (WNS) Mayor Robert F Wagner of this citv has proclaimed the month of October as "United HIAS Service Month" £. z h L?r: n i:t he ^ ymm ; —"> • „> Si aMS. with a kiddush cup. The Jewish Digest' To Moke Appearance HOUSTON. TEXAS-A new independent monthly magazine. "The Jewish Digest." will make its debut on Oct. 15. it was announced here this week by I). H. White, publisher of the new magazine. A private venture, the magazine will have its publication and editorial offices at 1719 Caroline St.. Houston, Texas. "The new magazine will digest the best features and articles from Jewish and general publications the world over." White said in announcing the project. "It will also include original articles, translations from French, German, Spanish, Hebrew and Yiddush. the best of the Jewish classics, and book condensations. "The 'Jewish Digest' will have no axe to .grind. It will serve only %  a an editorial mirror reflecting the total picture of Jewish life and will provide the reader with a unique and much-needed opportunity ed by Ben Touster. president of the migration organization. Arthur 1 Greenleigh, executive director, and other officials. Official opening of the United HIAS Service Month was to take place on Oct. 4 at I ceremony where Borough President Hulan Jack changed the AstOf Place street sign to read "United HIAS Service Place of keeping abreast of the contem-1 na ced the publication of Encycloporary Jewish scene and catching I ^Coped".^ 3 '"' IS-*?-*" 1 *-up on the treasures of the past." jguage. Pre-War German Jewish Leader Dies in New York NEW YORK (JTA)-Jakob Cold-> schmidt. international financier art collector and philanthropist. died at his home here Friday He ; was born in Germany in 1882 and came to this country in 1936 A target of the Nazis even before they came to power, in 1933 Mr Goldsehmidt left Germany—where ; he had become one of the most successful financiers and leaders of industry—and spent three years in various European capitals before coming to the United States;, and becoming a citizen in 1944 I Active in the Jewish community 1 lfSK*LK: ** %  fi V al Phll "P. model and television personality, and Leo Robinin the German IanDubbin I Z x T\ n ,he D aM *"k. watch as I. A. (Abe) atlir 1' Pan A "* Paper Mill. Corp.. break. Paoer MX J 9 Z^^? f buUdina for *• •* Pan American Faper Mills plant which wUl be located in South Broward. Salesman Stops Selling • Gets Paid Reah fr th* road. J*k I di.ln'l knm. hr .oddI •"• %  trkken *iih n^o ,ol 7j influenza. 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October 7, 1955 —£&&&!! rkzkMnn i Southeast Region President c |( from N.Y. Executive's Meeting B Ltebman, president to the Egyptians in order to keep L'flE*" of America ** 0 H from a meeting of KSfStive committee S'hel/m Ne York last orted extensJiSon" on the M.uat.on in liddle East. rdins to the regional presitTSllBUt] Neumann, memf h e Jewish Agency.review%  ments issued by N.S SecState John Foster Dulles, Foreign Secretary lacmillan and news Ernfrom -an said that Dr. Neumann ad on the "truly fantastic mance by the greatest powJearthinthe Middle Eastern I" He said that the usually urbable diplomats" of the prere thrown into an atmosLf Oriental confusion while akv government of Egypt • satisfaction of viewing the jjtion of the American State Iment in an international (ition for its favors." Sunday." Dr. Neumann is I to have observed, "it was that the Slate Depart-" i offering American arms Egypt from accepting Soviet Arms. "On Monday a British Foreign Office spokesman vigorously criticized the State Departments move in the following words: American is embarking on a slip pcry slope if it agrees to furnish arms to a country under virtual threat of blackmail. Where does such a policy lead? The British of ficial was speaking from the sad experience of his own government during the many years that it committed the self-same blunder in its dealings with the Arab States." Liebman said Dr. Neumann made reference to Egypt's announcement that it would receive arms from Czechoslocakia and the Soviet Union, "while Great Britain and the United States hastened to assure the world that the earlier impression concerning the State Department's intentions was mistaken and that there is, in fact, no real difference of opinion between the U.S. and Great Britain in the matter. I-Semitic Acts (irminnham piDON (JTAV A number of jh-owneri shops in BirmingEnglaml's second la LereTucsdas plastered with Semitic signs in I he latest of Ml wave of anti-Jen ish inci. in that cltj Police were ; Wc dnesday and a official linked this dcvelit with earlier incidents. read: Nationalist! be world unite. You have kg to IOMhut your Jews %  believed that the signs were I up by member^ of a group t*' %  Birmingham Nationalrjroup is also believed reJftle for the painting of I swastikas on the doors of ningham Synagogue, the of anti Jewish slogans btls during the last general campaign, and the plasf of "cancelled notices over ds advertising a recent in Birmingham of the I Israel Philharmonic Con"This unfortunate spectacle, culminating in Egypt's triumphant an nouncement that it has entered into an arms agreement with Soviet Union and or Czechoslovakia, is the bitter fruit of the long courtship of the Arab States in which Western statesmen have been engaged, often at Israel's expense. Despite repeated warnings of ('American Zionists, the State Department initiated a policy of bargaining for Arab friendship with offers of arms. We now see the results of that policy." Collins Proclaims Special Observance '•londa Gov LeRoy Collins has proclaimed Oct. 8 through 15 Emergencies Don't Wait Week and urged all residents of this community and the state to join he nat.on-wi-i,. campaign to protect their families •,,.„„,, dents. Gov Collins declared in his pro(Clamation that each year more %  than five million Americans of all I ages are killed or severely injured i by accidents in the home. The Governor emphasized that these fatalities may frequently be prevented with prompt attention and proper first aid treatment. Gov. Collins declared in his proclamation that "whereas it is the duty of every citizen to contribute to his own and his family's safety by being fully prepared to deal with these home accidents. I respectfully urge all citizens of Florida to take note of the importance of Pint-Aid practices, and strive to learn the principles and practices of proper First-Aid, since being able to administer First-Aid promptly can contribute to the well-being of every citizen of our State and of the Nation as a whole." Joining in "Emergencies Don't Wait Week" will be druggists and other retailers with store-wide die plays of first-aid materials and other safety precaution reminders. The drive is indorsed by these organizations, and by Johnson and Johnson, manufacturers of first-aid supplies and surgical dressings, who have sponsored "Emergency Don't Wait" Campaigns since 1949. P age 5 A Over 80 Youth Enrolled in Program Sponsored by Jewish Community Center Oer 80 young peple have enroll-1 Irving Jacobson. while Leila Gross ed in the youth program sponsored is the leader of the teen age girls' by the North Dadc Jewish Center, group. and Greater Miami Jewish Com-1 An auction supper highlighted munity Center for the coming ; the initial meeting of the North program year, according to an an-1 Dade senior coed group on Sunday nouncement this week. Five club evening. Members of the group were introduced to Louis Cautin, their group advisor, and Leonard Romney, GMJCC extension supergroups have been organized and are meeting with leaders provided by GMJCC, a member agency of 'the Greater Miami Jewish Federavisor. tion. Israel J. Waxman is chairman of the program. youth The clubs which meet regularly at the North Dade Jewish Center Mrs. Charles Cole is leader of j a re planning programs to include the pre teen girls' club, which celebration of Jewish holidays, someets on Tuesday evenings for!<" ia| cultural and athletic activigirls 10 to 12. Ott Cefkin is leader j Uea. Succoth was celebrated by the of the newly organized North Dade i P re teen irls rou P b thc decor pre-teen boys' club. Leading the North Dade teen age boys' club is 0ver ^iam?= S i f -. Ul e ,yp P ictur d above are scheduled luge Flagler st. Tuesday. Oct. 11, just before convBnr T 0n P^de which in a highlight of the Miami A T The Fl0 > the lirsat AF operational •* ihan 1 l erve Flvina Center officials reported to ^ world. _! n level or climbing flight and holds 8 Peed record of 755.149 miles per hour. ating the Succah for thc North Dade Jewish Center. A Youth Activities Committee made up of parents and interested members of the North Dade Center works with Waxman in giving direction to the program. Parent educational programs as well as teen age social events highlight this extension service provided by GMJCC After-School Program Now in Full Swing After-school program for boys and girls in the third through sixth grades is in full swing at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Youngsters in this all categary were this week invited to join the activities: Monday, art; Tuesday, quiet games; Wednesday, ballet and athletics; and Friday, athletics and drama. Former Nazi Elected Mayor Continued from Page 1 A for human dignity. Reschkc. the candidate of an "Electoral Bloc" consisting of the Christian Democratic Union, the Free Democratic Party, the German Party and the BHE refugee party — was an important government county admin,strator during the Nazi regime and member of a hand picked party board working under the direct supervision of Martin Bormann, Hitler's deputy in charge of Nazi Party affairs. Agile as monkeys, busy as bees—these little girls may have a spill before playtime is over. Mother is called on to mend that will banish tears. To encourage the use of first aid Gov. Collins has proclaimed "Emergencies Don't Wait Week"— a time when all medicine cabinets should have a thorough going over to see that most-needed emergency supplies are the scraped knee, soothe the big bump or give the first aid on hand. Altos & Tenors for Synagogue Choir North Shore Jewish Center-UN 6-0221 .* • Carpet Laying and Repairing RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. 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October?. 1955. jwman, Gordon Form Partnership; [funeral Home at Dade Boulevard Will Continue Courteous, Dignified Policy ^jsnfftnms= Gordon of Gordon FuWonJof "'a-,, Beach, Wedl H iouncH that Edward T. £ ar hasten named a partner 1 ST ." %  ,,„, organisation will 5ith be know,, as Newmandon Funeral Home. X located at its present site jp a de blvdM'ann Beach. CrConlon Funeral Home teonlinue it^ policy of courte' tffkienl and digniflod serv| the cwners Bald. BU comes to the firm with C years of experience. Bom EL York City, he moved here L hi< family in 1934. Three L later, he graduated from Mi|Beach Senior High School and [raenced serving an apprent.eea. embalmer shortly tnereJwman graduated from RenouCollege of Embalming in 1944 is a licenced embalmer, comhis apprenticeship as a foil director He was licensed the State of Florida in 1945. in g World War II. Newman red in the I. s Air Corps as a lical technician >r to his entrance into the IM-Gordon Funeral Home as he was associated with idf Memorial Chapel as exmanager for 12 years. ig active in civic and corninterest >. he is a member |the American Lesion, Jewish Veterans, the Masons, B'nai Wi,Z0A, the Civic League, havsened as itsecretary, and is ist president and member of board of directors of Miami Junior Chamber of Comand a past state vice presiof the Florida Junior Chamof Commerce. lewman was initiated into MiBeach Order of the Elks in and pre>entl> serves as Exaltluler. As an Flk. he is creditnth being among the highest donors .of blood in the Lodge Mr. Newman resides.on Miami Beach with his mother. Mrs Freda Newman, one of the founders of Temple Kmanu-E! Sisterhood of Miami Beach and presently on its board. Gordon, a resident of Miami since 1925. has operated Gordon Funeral Home with his father, the late Emanuel Gordon, since 1938 A brother. Ike Gordon, who is a licensed funeral director, is an associate in the Miami Chapel. Gordon is past president of Beth David Synagogue, past vice president of the Miami Zionist District and a member of the hoard of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In addition, he belongs to Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, Miami Beach, Scottish-Rite Consistory Mahi Shrine Temple, Miami Beach Elks, Coral Gables Lodge Knights of Pythias. One Hundred Club of Miami Beach. Red Fez Club, Men's Club of Temple Israel. Workmen's' Circle Branch'692 and Men's Club of Beth David. Gordon is a member of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America and was Miami chairman for MDay of the Combined Jewish Appeal last year. His wife. Jennie, is a welj known communal worker. Federation Names Pollack to Post I Nat Pollack. 3884 NW 6th H M.am, has been appointed to the !* f comptrolleroffice manlager of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it has been announced [y Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg federation executive director. He was recently affrhated with Oxford School of Miami Beach where he held the position of Headmaster. Pollack assumed the duties of comptroller on Monday. .filling the post left vacant by Herman Novinson, who resigned to enter into business here. The new Federation office manager comes to the agency with a broad background in the field of office mangement, accounting and education He tolds.a Bachelor of Arts degree from St John's University in Brooklyn and a Master of Science degree from Columbia University, with majors in business education For six years he accumulated varied experience as an accountant with CPA firms and advanced from the general field to an, important post with the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Treasury Department. Pollack has a distingushed record in military service. He was in the Air Force from 1942 to 1946. In 1951, he was recalled to active duty, serving until 1953. when he was separated with the rank of major. In his capacity as compPage 3 A Not Pollack troller with the Air Dorce. he supervised some 50 military and civilian personnel and directed the budgeting, accounting and management analysis programs both in the State and in the Tripoli-North Africa sectors. As one of his primary responsibilities, he acted as financial advisor to the Base Commander. Pollack visited Germanv and IsSlow Claims Settlement Continued from Page 1 A nification and restitution provisions of the agreement. He pointed out that intensive efforts are presently under way within the West German Government and the Bonn Parliament to assure early enactment of outstanding legislation and of the issuance of the necessary implementing regulations. Other German officials present at the meeting were Professor Wilhelm Grewe, chief legal advisor to the German Foreign Ministry, Dr. Henrich Krekeler, West German Ambassador to the United States, and Dr. Felix von Eckhardt, chief observer of West Germany at the United Nations. real in 1953 and, upon his return to the United States in September, 1953, continued his active reservist status with the Air Force. In his new job. Pollack will be responsible for directing the accounting and bookkeeping procedures developed over a 17-year period in the offices of Federation. He is a member of the Office Management Association, the Florida Education Association* and many other trade and professional groups. Pollack is married to the former Annette Kessel of Cincinnati, O., a former nurse in the U.S. Air Force, and they have three children, Rita Madeline 10, Adrian Gita 8, and Leon Allen 7. Symphony Will ('Conducted by ivez Dec. 11,12 urcity of Miami Symphony iestra thu week announced (engagement of Carlos Chaves Ifue.t conductor for the pair of kerts on Dec 11 and 12, with nleta as lololst. •Tuvez is world famous as a hoar and conductor. He has P guest conductor in this coun1 of the Los Angeles Philhar-! K the New Yorn Philharmonic ppbony. the Chicago SymphM Philadelphia Orchestra, p symphony. NBC Symphony. %  C leveland. St. Louis and "burgh Symphonies, %  the past. Chavez was directorP" of the Institute Nacional lilas Artes. directed Mexico's pwwi Conservatory, founded l!o Jeslra Sinfon 'c of Mexico IW and was a leader in the Fa. progress of his country. K J 11 '. % % %  •') %  !• works are £• %  El Sol," Sinfonia India." m Je Antigona." Tierra iv! J Piano (,| mcerto No. gterto for Four Horns and a i '-oncerto w conducted the Los An%  n Uharmonic at the HollyJJIfcAugust. 1955. He will Phim duc ,r of the N ew !" > harmomc Symphony at £ I n Jan 28 27 "< Ail, Vngnm "ill include To 'v n Premiere of hls "SinClar. n ^missioned by the dau 8hter, Ann Clare Broker '*• Stress Nature *££& %  £ K i ami ***** ^ on naL hr;inch ^ will stress "* B £'"': acc rding to Dr. I w i Ji ,, S or of th lb P u 'these h^i, special di [*** PuMirl-1" genCiW 0t L Uy „ t U h' Ubrir y "d big "*; ,he main library. Dr



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Page 8 B -JvnisHkrkUan Local Men Listed In New Industrial 'Who's Who' Book Ninth Intornational edition of Who's Who in Commerce nnri In-. dustry" just published. Ii-'^ <\ end local men well known in financial circles and civic endeavor-AmonK tho-e named in the A. N. %  farqula pubHeatioo are Jos e p h M. Lipton. president of Hade Federal S.nmcand Loan Aasociatiofl of Miami; Homer J Kimball. chairman of the board of the First National Bank: F LOWT) Wall, chairman of the Miami Beach First National; Charles I. Clement-., president of the Chase Federal Savincs of Miami Beach: Charles F She-' ROSEDALE i "•^m SJ MH, Aaron M. Court*** Irwim Serotta Irwin Serotta Will Ho Bar Mitzvah Irwin I. Serotta will become Bar Mitzvah during Simchas Torah services Sunday morning. Oct. !. ;it Hialeah Miami Spring.Jewish Center. Irwin is the son of Mr. and Mis Stanley Serotta, who will he hosts al a reception and luncheon following the ceremony Lester chenanie will officiate The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth %  etudenl at llialeah Junior School. OUt-Oi town quests at ah will I Mrs Morris S nd Mr hiladelphia, Pa • g i!l he (Twin's unI Mrs I a wake president of the Florida NaCOUrsHOH Named tional Bank in Miami: and Leon] Committee Head Sol Schwartz Bar Mitzvah Saturday • of North S let I i %  • v iti is %  Aim anil ha.I ttle 1 h lie is ., • | .| u North Shore Jewish Center i ious school an.d a former student ot the Hebrew tcademj Kiddush will follow the icrvicea at the Center, followed h> a lunch con at tii.Algiers hotel Mr .,iii Mr. Sdmart/ and Sol •" v leaving for New York m-Nt week, where a dinner reception for their northern family and friends will be held at the Suburban club on Sunday. Oct. 16. Opens Dance Studios Judith Younnerman this week announced the opening of dance! classes at her itudioa, 74:t 1 blvd Miami Beach, and 3610 1 Way, Coral Gables. /^ivii^ly Coffee Shop ard Abess. president of the Industrial National Bank In its compilation, the A. N. Marquis company has patterned its publication into a biographical reference tool Nfving pn\a'c and public libraries. Biographees have hen carefully searched out. who fall under the strict measures ol reference incidence carefully as sembled by the company to meet the standards for selection resulting from half of a centurv ol specialized biographical reference experience Aaron H. Courshon. Miami Beach attorney, civic leader and hotelman. was named chairman of the awards committee of the Civic League of Miami Beach, in an announcement made public here by Julius Jsjj I'erlmutter, president of the organization. Ever] Mar for the past three years, the Civic League through its a w a rds committee has chosen whom they consider "the most outstanding cittern of Miami Beach." I a-t >iar the committee chose Baron de Hirsch Meyer Earlier they had named J I\ Davis and Sigmund Geismar Courshon, long identified with many civic 01 Radons, suggested Wednesday that nominations tor the award this j be made through the mail oh, rd. Ft* I $•/ Sthmarti Drama Group Formed Beach Branch "i the Greater Mi ami Jewish Community Center Wednesday announced the beginning ot its 1. drama on Tuesday evenings under the direction ot \l H.jrwit/ •Wf drag yw faetfl mil aver Dcee Canary-see eitry thing If J fore al TROPICAL HOBBYLANO ..-Miami's Famdus Indian Village and loo ..V %  ." THONf 64-4579 FOR RESIDENT ASS, FREE A o w o p 1 m COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED Isaac Gellis RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN Wm < ordialh, Inrilv y ou to Enjoy A l'niqu<> Wood E.xnvrivncv in the DEllCHTFUllY NOVEL ATMOSPHERE OF OUR BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED DINING ROOM 1141 Washington Ave. (opposite City Hail), Miami Beach lHi< ions IliniK rs from SIJIS J • *+ "*" — %  *>• .,, Re,.or Open Daily U a.m. te 9 p.m. _^. j r P Saturday S p.m. te 9 p.m. DIETARY LAWS OlSfffVfD 0PIHFROM4P.M.„ 1 A .M. Phone PI 9-9236 Marcella's Pizzeria & Bar your U,HU>—it„r Hwinltummmn oo „,. olD Dlx|i mmiii "" 1* s.. Morth Miqra ontaineM eai HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen •nd eervice to their banquet fac ilitiet For Information call Marry Harfenlst Kosher Catering Department OE e-aan M 4jfi mi 44th AND COLLINS AVE. CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT %  tst Aperitif in Town Telepame 3-8125 OPEN NOW Authentic French Cuitine (CLOSED FRIDAYS/ Ample Parking Stlxtml lmaofi*e I 128 Mil SUomC&u Good Fooc 1225 Washing!..' IHt W0& f0N& incomparable atmosphere for BIRTHDAY PARTIES 1 W*MH MNIVCIS-IICS I MMILY Cf IHMTIOM dinfl* lot MR** %  th perfect setting for OfFJCE PARTIES %  m MITIES • COCK MIL UIBWH WE ARE_N0T $T||KE AFFECTED BY THE DELANO HOTEL "£ %  MEMUR DINERS CLUE



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Oaober^lfSS ;tone Named National Chairman Of NCCJ Brotherhood Week Fete Firestone. „.. Jr., chair 2 chief executive of the Cite 4 Rubber ComMny, SffWS ; u>' w'" 2 6 ? s pon ",hc National Conference Kand Jew* \nnounceKde Thursday by Benhlrless, former IF board Si eel CorporH of the I'S. Roecr W. Straus, board American Smeltim and ct 28' • • Kay Lingaton, of the HialeahMiami Springs Auxiliary, has been appointed chairman of the Disaster Belief Fund committee which seeks to raise money to aid flood victims in New England. Assist ancc can be sent to her at 141 East 62nd at, Hialeah. A regular meeting of the Coral Gables Auxiliary No. 243 will be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 11, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. • The Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary Uo. 174 will meet on Wednesday evening, Oct. 12, at j 17th ave. and Flagler st. The Auxiliary meets at 1947 West Flagler st. Page 9 A ] Miami Delegates Attend Education Conference Called by Gov. Collins Florida Conference on Educamore adequate adult education tion, called by Gov. LeRoy Collins program for Florida. Superintenand State School Superintendent. dent Bailey reviewed the most Thomas D. Bailey, concluded a pressing of school needs and cited two-day meeting in Tallahassee the lack of public awareness of the late last week. The conference was seriousness of the problem, a preliminary to the White House %  The group divided into four secConference in Washington called tions for discussion of specific Honored by B'nai B'rith for outstanding service to higher education, B'nai B'rith and the Jewish community is Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, center. The retiring chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel Commission is seen above receiving the President's Medal for Humanitarianism from Philip M. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith. Looking on is Dr. William Haber, who succeeds Dr. Sachar as chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel Commission. The President's Medal is one of the highest awards granted by B'nai B'rith. Dr. Sachar is a distinguished historian and president of Brandeis University. His work on behalf of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel Foundations covers almost three decades during which he served as national director from 1933-48. Dr. Haber has been vice chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hiliel Commission since 1945. He is a profesor of economics at the University of Michigan and president of the Central Board of the world ORT Union. by President Eisenhower to meet in November. Delegates from this area included Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League: Seymour Samet, Southeast regional director of the contributes to better hu-! American Jewish Committee; Mrs. lauonSeltzer was na-; Ma vina w Liebman director of tainnan of the newspaper e i crneri tary education for the M or Brotherhood Week Greater Miami Board of Public n S lS K Tfi Ve J a l T^'faction: Mrs. David Catsman and jtofhigh the torch of un-; M rs Robert LewU ind lighting the way ofill races and creeds." Tpting the post of nationFirestone declared annual Brotherhood [observance has been "a land vital force in promot)ter understanding and coi among all the people of Dtry. i a period of renewed dei to the time honored prinmakc our nation a ftd of democracy." Gov. Collins urged the more than ISO educators and laymen to give serious consideration to school problems in order to lay the foundation for the national conference. He particularly stressed the need for consideration of a up Meef/ng Nrship meeting of the panch, Greater Miami Jewcmunity Center, will be i Thursday. Oct. 13, it was 1 announced by Stuart Winf*n Branch planning counnan. 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Page 12 B v^utn^Hton NEWS of the WEEK in REVIEW UNITED STATES Three Israeli families residing in Greater Now Yark Joined the group of proselytes to Judaism at Wilbur, W.Va., for the celebration of Succoth starting Oct. I. The Israelis are Dr. Jacob Rubin, author, editor and publicist; Stella and Avraham Mulilliaum. Haifa; and I I/aak. Davar's correspondent in the States. A large gathering is expected on the mountain height >1 West Virginia. The Weixmann Institute of Science is the organization at whose annual dinner Dec. 1, at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, the former Premier of France, Pierre MendesFrance, will be the honored guest. A fortune awaits one Alexander Horowitz, son of Bernard and Adelle Horowita ol Brohorbech Galicia An appeal has been made to AJP by Sofia Zucker. of Berlin, asking for the whereabouts of this Alexander Horowitz, lor whom a fabulous fortune has been left Yehudah Leb Horowitz, now 75 and famous for having brought the Krai bottle ol wine from Israel tc v ri ia hi 1902, has consented to acl as the "clearing-house" t"r the location oi the missing Horowitz. The Sabbath of the world, mearinn, the boginninn of an era of etsrnal peace, will begin m 13 y irs, in 1068 <>;' 5738, ace rdii Dov Shlomo London, Jerusalem publici I n • in America Intervi tins week, Mi London suited that he bases his conclusions >>n ret i and i"' lictions about the "En taken from Hi" Bible nud and Caballa literature R.-.hbi Isaiah Zeldin, HK Los Angeles College of Jewish Studies, announces that his ii offer a regular!] sen duled course foi nverts t" For the first time on tin West i h c mrs* igress in both Ni w \11 k and I hie The issue of free passage by Israel-bound ships through the Gjlf cf Aqaba, it was reliably tea m ed, \ Session ol the i N '.("irnii \* • %  •].:, % %  It 1 iiiiiii tood 1 Blreadj has the support ol the majorit) • t N mem The State Department is beginning to worry cbouf the recent Adenauer-Bulganio "!ove-fest." The British WOK the first %  rtiov. in reasons why Bonn satisfied the Kremlin's request •'. establishment I diplomatic relations, Conrad Adenauer had thi i" -.a upon his return to German) "The Soviet Union exti ( •, sixth ol the earth's surface and iat the moment one ol the must powerful states in the world This cannot he doubted, this cannot red, anil it would have hecn unwise for ;iin turn down the fer." But, what about the 'Secret Agreement,' Mr. Adenauer? Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov arrived in New Yoik to lead the USSR delegation to the UN. Egypt's Foreign Minister, moud Fawzi arrived about the same time The UJA, stirred by it] casualties in riot-ridden MOTOCCO and the rising clamor id North African Jewrj for emigration t<> Israel, has announced that it is forming an extraordinary overseas study mission el the nation's most innent Jewish leaders who will leave in mid-October (Or a three. on-the-spot investigation The U.S. Government's foreign aid agency is allocating $50,000 to ORT toward the establishment of a special vocational school program among immigrant youth in Israel. Dt V.I .....:: Haber ORT president, signed the agreement last week. ISRAEL In his New Year message. President Izhak Ben Zvi warned the Arabs against continued hostility. At the same time he chided the Western Powers for failing to "act effectively" to bring peace The. Israel Government has formally served notice to the world of its determination to run the Egyptian blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba. Mai (ion.; I I. II, Bums is confronted with a number of problems in connection witii the establishment of a "physical barrier*' on the Gaza frontier it is not at all certain now whether an actual barbed wire fence will l>e used. During the recent Gaza flare-up Israel issued a general mobilization call which appears still to be in effect. Addressing 450 officer cadets recently. David Ben Gurion declared: "Our Army, and the entire nation with it is subjected to a continuous trial almost day by day and night by night; and only a few days ago ij again proved its fighting Miperiorin both <>n land and in the air A severe earthquake struck Egypt last week. Il was also felt in Israel The Jews of Egypt marked the New Year with mixed hopes and apprehensions. PEOPLE The $64,000 TV {uil winner. Capt. Richard McCutchen, when naked ire he WOO the Brand prize whether he carried any lucky charms. ied that he did Taking three OUt Of his pocket, one was a Mezuza. Joseph N. Corson of Philadelphia has been nain I chairman Of the nationwide campaign to raise SHfi million to finance pro. 1 sh Theological Seminary, the I'nitod Synagogue and the Rabbinical Assembly. The veteran social worker Joseph Greenhut has been BI director of field operations of the Armed Services DM ... Rabbi Morton c. Fierman is the new director of the < amp oi Living Judaism, sponsored bj the Union of American Hebrev I ongre-l ins at Saratoga in northern California Dr. Abraham Granott, world chairman of the hoard of directors of Keren Raven rael arrives in America on Oct 18. Dr. Harris J. Levine, I oi the JNF here announces New York's new Consul General Of Israel, Semah C. Hyman, who was recently greeted by the Israeli. Yiddish and English-Jewish press corps at the home ol Joshua Justman, will open the Fifth [n-Service i ouna for Teachers offered by the Nee York Board ol I n III cooperation with the Israel Office ol Lhformati >n at the Jewish Museum Israel In Middle East," is the title ol course Friedman Fefed At Party Here; Leaves for Israel Israel Histadrut Committee in cooperation with the Hebrew Club 1 and the Hebrew Teachers' Association of (Jreater Miami gave a farewell party for the noted He brew educator David Friedman. and lln Fried man on the Occasion of their projected trip to Israel The party took place T u e day evening in the auditorium of the Temple Fmanu El Hebn H M hool lorlWr Chapter Tto Scheduled Membership tea of Lorber chap ter. Jewish National Home for As thmatic Children at Denver, will be held at the home of Mrs Sanford Kay. 4400 Pinetree dr., Thurs day. Oct. 6. Fun for charity will be the pro gram of chairman Mrs. Allan Mi chaelson. She will show "Wings Over Denver." a film depicting the children at play and their im provements after entrance to the home. Sal ^" a skit ^ "* coming yMr ^ past '* raised!. ver Home *?**" Home At J2) f iRht children E* being •*-.-.. .. Prej will S f Home president Mrs. Hwr g Friedman is one of the organ > i/ei s of the Temple Emanu-EI He1oun 9 Mlllti MMI brew school and has been teaching a the graduate class for 14 years mple Emanu-El y J The Temple has granted Friedman, W l ,neet on Wed^jTS' sabbatical leave for one year. dur-,ct 12. in the Temai ing which he will attend special Highlight of the* higher courses in Hebrew ed.ua -k • ,.^ntat 10 n Zl tion in, Israel. %  • ''• %  r "ii Washington', Rearson Named Representative National office of Farband Labor Zionist organization has appointed Mr Jacob Kearson as its representative for the Greater Miami area and for the entire Southeastern region. Rearson was for many years a member of the Farband national executive and organized many Farband branches in New York. He was the mayor of Roosevelt. M, J lor three terms. He is now president of the Greater Mia mi Poale Z ion. To Honor Director Sisterhood of Hiateah Miami Springs Jewish Center will hold a luncheon honoring the Center's new education director. Mrs. N. Kisner, on Thursday noon, Oct. 13. EASY RIDE EASY PAY Buy Your Tires THE NORTON WAY %  ^^^Ac^z ] EACH FOR YOUR OLD TIRES


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7,1955 'Jewisti fhridtmn \^mmMKiM^_ Page 7B 00 fQRM**a_3? m wwmm jai Jewish Congress Ladies Map New Program Here M .„ bv Division president Ruth K # recognition of the valiant work beta* done hv .1 Division president Ruth K. ^Florida Division board members of f* ^Congress Defend Organi, L J X,r fa ;nr,.m Monday at the hoine RJdffi! with SE Murial Kubenste.n feE^d importance dtetMMd were a Ed bv Dorothy Fcmberg. national vice BtoSvMual reports on chpUr •*£ L' n h uman.an:.n field by president! Jerry rLoui • Belle r amms> Miami f-Kave Stephen Wise. tlS" Brummcr. vice president and chairu.rth Florida Commission on Law and So. iei-ted "that Gov. LeRoy Collins be A designate a specific day of the year as [Wise American Jewish Congress Day in recognition of the valiant work being done by this group in the tradition of It, Initiate and founder." It was also unanimously decided that a BOO c0& tr.but.on be donated to the University of Si !" use bj heir Department of Human Belationa and that various sums also he wni ,„ u H American Jewbh Congress national office for the annual Chanuka ''. %  : "w n as we to ,h '"'• 1 Conference of Jewish Women for community projects. Representing different facets of the work being done in American Jewish Congress were Ruth K Alter. Pal Browdski, Sylvia Brtfmmer, Dorothy IVmberg Jerry Friedland. Julia Haffncr. Esther Hollander. Molly Janof. Belle Kamins. Delia Kave Row Kirst-hner. Ye.,.-, Kogan, Do,.-, Koretaky. Bcrnice • Ladd. Muriel Rubenstein. Ruth Saltman and Rose Weissman. hit Names tant Director Ll Histadrut Committee L (he appointment of Lbara Bloom as assistant [of its Greater Miami of| Lincoln rd. boom, a former Chicagoan. the College of Jewish J graduated from Roose%  vtrsity. A former Young Lder. Mis> Bloom receivEolars'hip to the Intercol| Zionist Federation of I Leadership Institute in assuming the presidency lidwest Region of the Innate Zionist Federation of i and membership on the | Board of IZFA. she spent er of 1951 in Israel. Dur> there, she worked on *ment on the border of I Lebanon and also tourntire country her return. Miss Bloom staff of the Zionist nission of Chicago. Asi with the Jewish Commui of Chicago for some ,iae was the Albany %  unity resource worker hDABLE DOMESTIC HELP pABLE DAY WORKERS Employment Service J ". PH. 94401 "EIDENBERG. Owmr TIAN NURSING & DESCENT HOME w mi CASK • "• Charge JIMiritc tales •w Nursing Care ^i Strictly Observed P"d*e Surroundinqs |**Weki,,, Bay "•*• Bayshore Place ''Mill y Phone 97640 VING BERLIN %  "leistralors nr\i / %  < *OTOCAPHU ^ ^ gJd Wading *'ml Beach Miami Chapter Meeting Meeting of the Miami chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 11, at 4250 West Flagler st. ton. Bunny Freed, program chairman, revealed that Josie Shear will be featured in a skit. Miss Shear formerly appeared on the well known "Goldbergs" TV show. Also appearing will be chapter members Bea Sacker, Mildred Spirer and Mrs. Freed. Mrs. Jess Glance, president, will open the meeting. VSM fo Speak and Life'' will be the [a lecture by Dr Abraham Sunday evening, at the [Outdoor Forum, 11th st. in dr., Miami Beach. Dr. is the author of "The Health and Happier Liv1 Ed has made a special food and its relation to A question and answer Mil follow the lecture. Misi I.rfcar. ll(M in Israeli dances and arts and crafts. She is now Kindergarten instructor at Temple Emanu-EI Hebrew school. Bialik Branch Celebration Bialik Branch of the Labor Zionist Order will mark the final days of Succoth with a celebration Sunday evening, Oct. 9, in Harfenist restaurant. Program will include the appearance of Jacob Jcstzinski, Dr. Isaac Unterman, Max Astor, Beryl Morrison and Jacob Fishman. J. Z. Stadlan will preside. Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES RAR MITZVAHS Irem 25 to 1,000 HOTEL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUL HERMAN ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD Telephone JE 8-0811 the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. p*toft MIAMI MIAMI REACH FT. LAUDERDAIE WEST PALM BEACH MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 335 S.W. 12th Att. LEO ALLEN, Director rV 2-5437 and 9-027B Sptcialhint In Cart fa tfct Ilderlr and Chremcaflr 24-He.r Narsing Seme. Special Diet. Strictly Ob.ened Private ond Semi-Private Roemi so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' Rerohing Chargo Ae eoun t pay nothing down 1/3 your balance each month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. TO L rueut PHONl B2-4441 Hebrew Academy parents and students participate in building a Succah at penthouse of the Blackstone hotel. Shown are (left to right) Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, Benjamin Stone, Lee Rosenhouse (on ladder) and Mrs. Alfred Stone. Sinai Nursing Class Has Record Enrollment Autumn class of Mt. Sinai Hos entering this fourth year of operpital School of Practical Nursing began this week. This class, consisting of 24 student, is the largest enrollment in the history of the school. Most of the student nurses arc ation, the school and residence were remodeled to meet the larger enrollment. The Mount Sinai nospital school of Nursing is the only school for practical nursing in this area which is approved by the Florida enrolled from local high schools state gp^ of Nurse Registration but others come from other areas in Florida, as well as Pennsylvania, New York, Maine and Cuba. Before and Nursing Education and the National Association for Practical Nurse Education. i WHY.. 0 ... All of the leaders in the business, communal, sports, social, religious and entertainment fields make PUMPERNIK'S their place to eat AND to meet. Many tell us it is not only the fine food, well prepared, appetizmgly served by friendly waitresses but also the feeling of Gemutlichkeit at J p/easonfneis, congeniality mrnrilk's 1 f RESTAURANT filth & Collins Avis. Miami Beach e e .ee.



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Page 6B vlfwistifhridtoriP^Ty 3n tltc Kcalm o/ Ooc/cfy chief Warrant Officer Joseph Rocklin has retired froin the Air Force after more than 28 years of service Rocklin has been supply officer ..i Miami Air Reserve Flying I i nti c tor the past two yean \ aative New Yorker, Joe fir I ed thi Irmj Air Service in 1020 and I;.•< rv.'ii in the Phillippines, India, <•< rmanj and Korea, .1well aa in the United States. He and his wife, Rebecca, will continue to live at 3925 West Flaglcr st. their home her since arriving from Texas in November, 1954. Although Rocklin will not '^ into the reserves, he and Rebecca will continue to visit the Officers Club al Miami Internationa] Airport The Louis* Hirsches arc agog over the marriage 11 their granddaughter, the former Eleanor Schrier, to Charles Selig. Jr. Similar sentiments reign in the Harry Bodenstein home, what with the betrothal of nddaughter Elaine Bodenstein to Ray Pressman in Ne York. Friends are congratulating the Nat Hankoffs. Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Nelan Sweet, have presented them with | grandchild. A new Scroll ot Law will be presented to the Israelite Center D) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koslowsky, 3475 S\V 28th st shortly after the High Holy Days The Koslowskys descend from a long chain of Rabbis, scholars and authors. The Scroll is being written by an outstanding scribe in Israel Cantor Berele Kelemer is recuperating at his home, 1230 S\V 13th st following several weeks in the hospital. He is cantor at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Also recuperating from recent illness are Samuel Kagan, Joseph Hutner, Mrs. Abe Tessler and Mrs. Jack Silverman. Betrothal new from Mrs. Rose Rubenstein tells ot daughter Mom's recent engagement. >>>>>€< Bernard David Barkan first came into the world Sept. 27 at Mercyhospital and then went home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roth, 17 Salamanaca. CoraJ Gables. Grandparents are the Abraham Barkans of Miami Beach and Mrs. Lillian Roth, Flushing. N V and Mr. Morris Roth, Miami Beach. ^, Miss franc'mt Goodman Francine's Fiance Is Norman Frcedman Francme Goodman and Norman A. Frcedman are engaged. Her Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goodman. 740 -10th st., are making the announcement. Francine moved from New York to Florida nine years ago. She graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the University of Miami and the University of Florida. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max S. Freedman of Akron. ().. is a native of Akron. He attended schools in Ohio. Miss Ire** 1 Phillips Canadian Girl, Breiftta Phillips, To Wed Oct. 1<> Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips. To ronto. Canada, announce the en gagement and forthcoming mar riage of their daughter, Brenda, to Mr. Sidney Sachs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Sachs, 1100 Venetian Way, Miami. The wedding will tike place on Oct 16 at the Temple Beth Sholem in Toronto. The couple will make their home in Miami after Nov. 1 at 3051 SW 3rd ave. Mrs. Lehrman Will Welcome Women Executives Mrs Irving Lehrman. chairman, will welcome all presidents, officers, board members and potential leaders to the annual Leadership Training Institute of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations on Thursday. Oct 13. at the Di Lido hotel. The concentrated course in leadership will last from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., including morning and afternoon sessions, as well as a lunch-question period. During the morning session, a number of outstanding community leaders will discuss various, phases of club organizational work. Mrs Lehrman said Mrs Irwin Weinstein. president of the Florida Branch of Hadassah, will answer the question "Are Leaders Made or Born^" Mrs. Charles Feinberg, national vice president of the American Jewish Congress, will talk on "Membership. "Programming'' will be covered by Mrs Harold Turk, past president of the National Women's Committee for Brandeis I nivrsity Mrs. Al Lozoff, past president of Coral Gables Chapter. B'nai B'nth. will discuss "The Meeting." "The Records" will be explained by Mrs Harry Rogers, past president of the Miami Beach Senior High School Parent Teachers' Association. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will talk on "Committees and How They Function." and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. past president of the Greater Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, will conclude with "Fund Raising." The entire afternoon session will be devoted to "Parliamentary Procedure," conducted by Mrs Herbert Leonardy. instructor in parliamentary law at the University of Miami. Mrs. Louis Glasser is in charge of arrangements. Reservations may be made through Mrs. Harry Kaufman or Mrs. Hannah Cohen. The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations is a coordinating body for,80 Jewish Women's groups throughout Dade and Broward counties. The Conference's project this year is foster home finding for children under the care of the Jewish Family Service. Mrs Aaron Farr is president of the Conference. Beth Emetfa Women Will Greet Members Beth Emeth Sisterhood will welcome new members on Wednesday evening. jOct tf. at the congregation. Mrs. Milton Woods will discuss "Sisterhood Gaities." Musical play will be narrated by Mrs. Harold van Dam. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Norman Tartakow. B. Green berg. Harold Sterling. Robert Avins and Arnold Kirschenbaum. Mrs. Harvey Klamkin, president. this week revealed Sisterhood's ] plan for a series of adult classes j on all phases of Judaism to be conducted by Mrs. Stanley Glatter. (lasses will be held at the congreation on the third and fourth Thursday of each month, commenc: ing with Oct. 20. Miss fennit Marls Rcnnie's Bdrotha Told by Her Para The engagement of their i ter, Rennie. to Jack Sab a] nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Marks, of Homestead. Mr.; a member of the Homestead Council. Rennie was the first JeokJ to be born in Homestead be the first to be married I The rites are scheduled Homestead Jewish Center i December. The bride-elect attended University of Florida for I and is at present a senior i University of Miami, when] will receive her degree ii i tion next February. She is secretary-treasurer< pha Kpsilon Phi social < has been on the Dean's Lit j times A graduate of Homestead | School, she was vak-dietfl her class. Mr. Sal/, of Israel, ha? residing on Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Sab. I ceived his degree in el engineering thi< summer j University of Florida. *ta {couple met He is at present j ing toward hiMasters there. After Kennies graduateq couple intend living in Gl until Mr. Safe receives h And These Lovely Girls Have Turned Sweet Sixteen Sweet Sixteen Party For Dawn Grossman Dawn B Grossman will he honored at a sweet sixteen party Sunday evening She is the daughter of [the Murry Grosamana, 3500 SW 6th st The dinner dance will be held at tin home of her granduncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Harry Koretzky. 6145 I^Gorce dr. Some 100 guests ;arc expected to attend. Music will he provided by Ronnie Shaw and his orchestra, with \ Ictor Bolt, vocalist "awn. a junior at Mi;.nn lh L h School, ii member of Phi Sigma Tau sororitj Many of her sorority listers vwll be among invited i guests To Mark Anniversary R'nai B'nth Women of Coral Cables will celebrate the 112th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'nth with a birthday luncheon Tuesday. Oct. 11. at tat I Mrs S Pozen, 1020 SoutH_ bra Circle, (oral Gables. tions are hcing taken by Toback and Mrs T. Lam**! Elinor Scckloff was tendered a sweet sixteen party by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Socklofi. 411 Malaga. Coral Gables. Elinor is a junior at Miami High and belongs to Hillel Group of B'nai B'rith Girls. Guests included Sandra Deutsch, Roslyn Hirsch. Ronny Faske. Roberta Gordon, Joan Holstein, Miss Dawn Grossman ORT Women's Tea Membership tea will be given to introduce prospective mmthebers to the aims and activities of the Women's American ORT by the Miami Beach chapter Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 12, at the home of Mrs. Samuel Pollack, 1361 98th st., Miami Beach. Porl. Keiton Troth Revealed w TW0 „ ? iam B cn residents, Miss Ruth Port and Paul Keiton plan to be married in November at the Flamingo restaurant, with Rabbi Henry Wernick officiating Miss Port is the daughter of the J." y ,T 0 ?\ UC D She %  Ployed at the Sans Souci hotel. Mr Keiton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Keiton. Havana He is employed at the Saxony hotel Dr. Albert E. Boeenthal is honored by %  ome J^!L*l the Miami chapter of Alpha Oroeqa dent !" JJiflV ception and dinner in the Algiers hotel. "* %  Roeenthal'. wife. Gertrude, as Dr. Arthur s*s ^ Omega president, tells the guest of honor be o ^ an honorary lite member o* the <>'9 a "^ non nr -idtot 4l is former Alpha Omega president and w* P Florida East Coast dental society last year.


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October 7, 1955 lassah Month of October' Drive Concentrate on Member Enrollment *Je*i$li florid/ton ler Miami chapter of HaM L beginning its annual 0 f October membership Enrollment "•"* %  irwin Liss. membership iST Wednesctay called "^lout effort to_e nroll and re-enroll a maximum number of new Hadassah members in the community, and said "we would Jike to call upon all Jewish women in Miami who desire to be of service to humanity to affiliate What's Wrong With Women? Saints and Sinners, a group of men and women from 25 to 40 years of age, will conduct their second meeting of the new season at the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Wednesday evening, Oct. 12. Sheldon Edwards, president of the group, announced that the pro gram will consist of a panel discussion on "What's Wrong With the American Female?" M. Schectman, Scranton. I was elected president of National Jewish Youth irence, a nationwide body sponsored by the_ nal Jewish Welfare fd. Miss Schectman, who elected at the youth j's eighth annual assem|in Cejwin Camps, Port k N.Y., succeeds Ruth aan, Bronx. N.Y. Succoth Celebration Beth El itr ceiebi l i n jointly i by Farh i I Ben Gurion k. and Golda Myersoo Club Joneer Womei will bo held fc evening, I < I 9, at Beth mention. % [ram will feature Hone Rabbi David Shaple Sinai ol Hollywood leader, will be guest %  Esther Shi r< > iolda Myeriiltural chairm in. will intro[Dr A J Ishlan, chairman of ] j Belli Jacob Congrentor Maurice Mamches •ender a group oi liturgical Dode Center Affair Card Party Scheduled Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai B'rith will hold a card party at Mansene's Spaghetti House on Wednesday evening, Oct. 12. In charge of reservations is Isabelle Rosenthal, 4880 SW 4 st. themselves with Hadassah." Special awards and citations will be conferred on members W f ho enroll (he greatest number of newcomers. • Mrs. Sam Frankel will be installed as president of the Hen rietta Szold group of Hadassah at a luncheon on Oct. 10 at the Delano hotel. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris. honorary vice president of chapter, will be installing officer. Other officers are vice presidents, Mrs Joseph Alexander, Mrs. Jonah Caplan, Mrs. Essie Freeman, Mrs. Joseph Press and Mrs. Joseph Sisselman; treasurer. Miss Elizabeth Zentler: financial secretary, Mrs. Barry Decky; financial secretary for dues, Mrs. Celia Kahn; corresponding secretary, Mrs! Frances Entine; social secretary, Mrs. Louis C. King; parliamentarian, Mrs. Harold Melnick. Mrs. Marshall Litvak will direct the Naomi Group Players in a sketch entitled "The Lady of Shady Lane." The program will also include a candle lighting ceremony in honor of the 10th anniversary of the United Nations. • Het-zl Group of Hadassah will hold its regular meeting Monday Page 5B noon, Oct. 10, at the Sorrento hotel. United Nations Month will be observed. The program, through the courtesy of the Cancer Institute <>f Miami, will ton.Mst of a panel discussion on cancer. Participants on the panel will be Dr. Piero Manginelii. Mrs. Belly Maselli and I.eo"ard Wien. Program is planned by the Torah Group's first membership tea to be held Monday afternoon, Oct. 10. A skit will be presented by members based on the famous play, "This is the Army," under the direction of Mrs. Bernard Newmark. Mrs. Max Jacobson, 185 Shore Drive South, Bay Heights, will be hostess. • :, Regular monthly meeting of I. R. Goodman Group of Hadassah will be held Wednesday evening, Oct. 12, at the Sen Marino hotel, announced Mrs. Irving Berstein, president. Membership win -je highlight ed, and there will be an induction of all who have joined the group during the summer. Mrs. Lewis Biderman, co-chairman for the Beach Division of United Nations Association of Greater Miami, will be guest speaker. -• %  • %  On Monday afternoon, Oct. 10, Menorah Group of Hadassah will hold its annual membership tea at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. New and prospective members will be welcomed by Mrs. Seymour Schulner, president. Mrs. Murray Turetsky, membership chairman, will introduce Mrs. Emanuel Smith, who will stress the importance of Hadassah's work ia Israel. Program chairman Mrs. George Simon will present an original skit entitled, "This is Hadassah." written by Mrs. Charles Gottlieb and Mrs. Sam Stark. Mrs. Harry Dushkin. hospitality chairman, will be in charge of refreshments. • Shaloma Group of Hadassah will hold a membership tea and meeting on Monday noon, Oct.10, at Hibiscus Lodge. 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