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iviytUEIlDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 29—Number 41 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 14, 1955 Price 20* f \ f w 1 5% "^h| ^ 1 jt^^E ^^^^L ^l^* K ''tf. 4* %  ;<< Jl 1 UP/DO W COMPANY SCORES AG AIN Oil Again Discovered in Israel; Experts Report Find Four Times Richer Than the Last Gusher again in Israel. The new gusher was brought in by the loth company with prospects of a yield some four times K than the first strike. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Dr. Dov Joseph, Minister for Development, rushed off to Heletz, site of Israels fir^t oil well. Wednesday, reportedly to investigate the discovery of a major oil find in a still lower stratum of rock than the one in which the first well w;is found. Reports reaching here from the Negev drilling site say that technicians and oil geologists on the site are "mad with joy." Some reports state that the quantity of oil at the Heletz formation is now believed to be four times as great as originally thought when the first well was brought in late last month. The Lapidoth Oil Company, which brought in the gusher, was understood here to have signed a contract with the Minister of Communications for transportation of crude oil from Heletz to Haifa where Israels refineries are located. NIXON INDEFINITELY CANCELS TRIP TO NEAR EAST National Security Council Will Take Up Discussions on Communist Arms Deal WASHINGTON (JTA) — The National Security Council will take up this week the question of Egypt's acceptance of arms from Communist countries and of Moscow's offer of other forms of aid to Arab countries. The Communist moves in the Middle East are considered in Washington a threat to world security. The State Department has not yet received a reply from Moscow on the warning which Secretary of State John Foster Dulles gave Soviet Foreign Minister V. Molotov that supplying arms to Arab governments would be tantamount to violating the 'Geneva Spirit." Mr. Molotov was given this warning recently when he attended the current session of the United Nations General Assembly. He told Mr. Dulles he would report the U.S. view to his government in Moscow. Official circles here fear that the Soviet Government will suggest that to prevent an Arab-Israel war now, the existing Tripartite Declaration guaranteeing the Arab-Israel borders should become a declaration not only of the United States. Britain and France, but also of Russia. Such a four-power guarantee would hold both the Arabs and Israel in check no matter where they obtain their armaments, the Russians are UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The debate in the Social. Cultural and re p 0 rted to have hinted. Humanitarian Committee of the General Assembly about United Na-! ,. ... .. .,,. „ „ tions plans for solution of the European refugee problem has developed L*5l* ^£JS ^£Tv£ SOVIET STAND FOUG HT VIGOROUSLY Heated Debate on Refugee Issue Session of United Nations Group into an all-out battle on two fronts, with the Arab delegates attacking Rathbone, renowned star of stage, screen and television, in his Chicago dressing room following his appearance play honoring Judge Henry L. Burman for his contribution an( ] British delegations under the M Bonds. Prime Minister Moshe Sharett is expected to leadership of Jacob Blaustein, the | Greater Miami next month to toll local leaders of this !" £ States delegate the ^ | cssistance through bonds in Israel's current oil disEmil Najar of Israel Wednesday Vies. I replied forcefully to repeated AriWN'T FORGET 'EQUALITY' Israel and backing the Soviet Union's insistence on repatriation for all !*?£ di S2J5?!£, i N i* on s £f refugees. A, the Lme time, the Sov.ct stand J. being fought v,orous,y J^J M^e^t ha^been^ston other grounds by the American (jents .^^ ^ g[wn as the rM ab attacks which brought in the son f or the postponement. James situation of the Palestine Arab Q Hagerty. Presidential press secrefugees — an issue which is not rotary, said it was decided that it even under the jurisdiction of this was neC essary for Mr. Nixon to be committee. Dr. Yorgui Hakim of: available to preside over the CabiSyna delivered an attack against net an ,j tne National Security "the Zionists" whom he charged Council, with ignoring "the call of the j United Nations for repatriation." 'stria Law to Restore Property to Nazis glA (JTA. with the Specifically, these measures and as such had been punished f*er occupation of Auwould restore property to Nazis by the postwar government. E' n en d 1 h( Austrian Caband Aryanizers which had been These provisions would apply onWL l"x d '" introduce transferred to the Austrian Govly to those Nazis who had been JJjment Nazi amnesty laws ernment by People's Courts after amnestied, a process which has JJly passed by that body the liberation of Austria. It been going on for years and P£ often .ejected by the would also restore pensions to which will be speeded up by the ^uncl during the occucivil slants who had been Nazis new constitutional amendments. "JWing of the Cabinet.! He ,r U U Raab and his 1 EK J" Fi >nce, Reinhard Hop,!? au,tu "''zed to prep J'ment legislation re^ the Minister of In t^ff, "timer, was into cJL c T" tut,on and ffcci T' P NMis and Cv w ere ***>" %  red by postwar j r C0Urt wtion. PROJECTED WEPARTY COALITION Gurion Announces Cabinet Portfolios Mr. Najar told the committee WHAT—AGAIN? last week that he would not answer these "irrelevant" attacks. Wednesday, however, the Israel delegate asked for the right to reply to "defamation of my country." To Dr. Hakim's charge that the Arab refugees had been driven forcefully from their homeland, Mr. Najar pointed out that the Palestine refugee problem was a direct result of the Arab decision to oppose with arms an earlier UN decision regarding Palest'ne. He reminded the committee that Israel had admitted many ref'i gees, among them 300,000 destitute Jews from Arab countries who had been given a "fraternal reception." When Mr. Najar had finished, not only Dr. Hakim but three other Arab delegates—Jamil Baroody considered the question. The final decision proposed new Cabinet were to be made Thursday morning hen the central committees of the parties concerned will meet. anon—asked to be given the right to reply. Dulles Appoints McCleod to Post WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department announced Wednesday that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles has appointed Scott McLeod, State Department security police officer, to head the American delegation to a session of the executive committee of the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) which convenes in Geneva this month. Mr. McLeod was charged by Edward J. Corsi, former State Department immigration adviser, with deliberate maladministration of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953.



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Page 2 A +Je*isfi ricrkHan u Jan Bart to Highlight Program Monday Honoring Israel Bond Sale Participants Rabbis and presidents of five Greater Miami synagogue! will be red for outstanding service to the State of Israel Monday night Oct IT. at a rally scheduled lor the 10th -l Oceanfronl Auditorium at Miami Beach Ian Hart, popular American Rabbi /Mayer Abramowiti Bonds to Honor Rabbi Abramowitz Rabbi May* r Vbramowitx spiritual the North Shore Jew•i r. and the stion will red on Saturds) nn;ht with the pn n IBible personallj signed bj Pren l< David The p for • th N %  U will inti nallyker. He%  nth, will lyric tenor, humorist raconteur and public speaker, will highlight the entertainment program, spon sored by the Greater Miami I mittcc for State of Israel Bondl Rabbis Jonah Cfeplan of Knesoth Israel, Joseph E Rackovskj of Beth Tfilah, Simon April of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, S. T. Swirsk) Of Beth Bl and Arie Becker oi Beth Raphael wil ceive awards in behalf ol themselves, their presidents and counts. Each ol the synagogues held Cessful appeals tor the sale ''I Is rael Bonds during the High Holy Days helping Greater Miami reach a record Ol more than SH-T'HKI m bond purchases for the period Rabbi Tibor Stern ol Beth Ja Abramowiti tor leading the sale ol Israel Bonds during the High Hoi) Daj appeals made in (ireater Miami. More than 190.000 in State ol Israel Bonds were purchased at the Center following a dramatic. personal appeal bj Rabbi Abramowiti The figure WSJ more than double 1954s mark at the synagogue, fastest growing conserve live congregation in the South. All persons who purchased Bonds at the Yom Kuppur appeal will he honored at the ceremony, which is sponsored i>> the Greater Miami Committee tor State of Is-1 rael Bonds. Rabbi Abramowiti, who served last year Bl chairman of the High Holy Pays appealwill report on test news from Israel OH the oil strike in the v He is |< i:i ol the North Shore Zionist District in Miami Beach, a member ol the l; Assemblj ol Am* ii' sduate of %  logical Si America Stars." over Station WMGM. He is equally well-known for his appearances on the stages of Americas most prominent theaters and .supper clubs, including the Copacal.ma in Miami Beach, the Latin Quarter in New York, the last Frontier in Las Vegas and the Roosevelt Hotel in New OrleanThe renowned entertainer starred in the movie "Cetsklll Hooey. Fridc '•mess. Hue l^va. Banner and £j L ACE EMrMa?a^r aaL'.^ Ian Bart Cob, active In the Israel Bond drive Since its inception and an authority on Israeli law-, will be chairman of the meeting and present the awards Bart, who has sung before more than 122.000 persons at Soldiers' Field in Chicago, is a product of the summer resort area in New York State that has produced such stars as Danny Kaye. Milton Berle and Jackie Gleason. Perhaps his greatest thrill was singing "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" to an audience at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field which included the late President Roosevelt, who commended Bart for his performance. Bart currently appears every Sunday afternoon at a regular star performer on one of New York City's favorite radio shows. "The American Jewish Caravan of CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT mamam m mmu FAWIT MMM BUSINESS LUNCH DINNER "ml r*m U Takt Out Mi 0M Pl 7.77,. $U5 I 7725 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD nWTfWf*,, BeSlOE YOURStlF... 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Commander of the Training Program of "Chen.' the Women's Army in Israel, and a ke> figure %  i n Israei'l security program, will arrive in Miami Beach on Thurv day. Oct. 27. for a series of meet LngS in behalf of the State of Israel Bond campaign. Members of the sponsors" advisory committee of the Women's I)i vision of Israel Bonds will meet Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs Milton Sirkin. 2024 North Bav rd to finalize plans for ( el Werth s uMt. Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE., MIAMI 1O0S N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUDERALE Top Quality Merchandise of Florida's lowest Prices FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT 4x ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY %  KNOWN mom COAST TO COAST' Name AtMtoss. FREE HOME DELIVERY Miami Beach Miami H.llywood Ft. lawderdale f. A A ,,'!, $ PAt,(l,NG lT CO. it 8-2763 Phones 12-0719 402 N.W. 6th ST., MIAMI, fU -V .1. Froodman M. Rephan HEBREW BOOK STOII 417 Washing ten Avt., Miami Beach Between fourth and fifth St$. 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October 14. 1955 Unia rirMrttir, U|Ervin to Address Zionist Installation Meeting Sunday Eve I i ervin Attorney I The combined slates of officer, Biclu" 1 '• of K 1)n)U i s o4 the Coral Gables District and the e wre a Zionist in-1 Miami District of the Zionist Or t 0 ,!!i at ih" Starlight ganization of Afnerka will he InbJ ?„,', Terrace hostalled by Seymour B. Liehman. the BBCV"' .„ evening, Oct. i Bunl;>> Immunity leaders wit to racy i" jt Names ibi Narot president of the Southeast region of the ZOA. Max Friedson, 1691 Nethia dr., "hl'ir Ervin speak on Miami, prominent in civic and rein the Middle East" ligious affairs, will be installed ai president of the Coral Gables District A. Arthur Pekelner, 5450 SW 76th St., Miami, recently elected chairman of the South Florida ZOA coordinating board, heads OGOKPr the slate of officers for the Mi• >. v ,-r.t sniritual ami Zionist District. teeph R mrm sp officers and directors of the ,,Tem i' barman of the Coral Gab,cs District w "o will be r 1 Mh.('oU '•inducted along with Friedson are Tnil Ountv rthe Abe M. Hurevitz. Dr. A. Kitzen.' t of Dade County for tne Morpy A Rayman Harold E g ffl n snmp of 60 busmon vice presidents; Mrs. Mor7i,c leaders who will !" Simon, recording secretary;; Ciuniiv.h.-t ^tory durMrs Sidney M. Sanders, corresponding secretary; Manuel C. Barkin, treasurer; Meyer Fine, fi-| nancial secretary. Board of directors are Morris Belgrade, Daniel Cravitt, Jacob Gabin, Jan Goldstein, Rabbi B. lamed to the speakers L ^ on Hurwitz, Louis A. Kaplan. by \v C. (Bill) Lantaff, Mrs Pauline Levick, Norman R. Lyons, Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Dr. David Oberstein, Robert Ramer, Jerome Robinson, Sidney M. Page 3 A Left to right are Seymour B. Liebman, president of the Southeast region, ZOA; Max Friedson, president, Coral Gables Zionist District; and A. Arthur Pekelner, president of the Miami Zionist District. Temple Emanu-EI Women To launch Season's Activtiy Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI will launch its activities for the new year with an annual membership brunch honoring new members Wednesday noon. Oct. 19. in the Algiers hotel, according; l" Mr-. Irving Cypen, president. "We expect this brunch to result in a considerable increase in our ranks." said Mrs Norman Ciller, membership chairman. Featured in the program will be an original m-Kical presentation called "Welcome to Sisterhood." Members of the cast will be Mrs. Ira Walscy, Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs. David Samelson, Mrs. Murry Koretzky and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. Mrs. Joseph Singer will provide the musical accompaniment, according to Mrs. Jules Channing, program chairman. (campaign "which opens Nov. larot. of 1077 NE 96th st.. nts II a member of the [committee of the commuBt. tyty che-t campaign chaireluded KMph Fosaey, H, L MrStanley Milledge. i Miller. Burton P. NuckoK Schwartz. John B. Turner,, Sanders. Harry Shamis, Irv.ng franklin Williams, the Rev. Sperling, Rabbi Morris A. Skop [Knight. niel Lang Albert Comanor.; |j Parks the Rev. Wilfred nan. I apt. Glen Stovail, II Hill-. Miss Gloria ; IT. E. Wintersteen, Russell Lr.d the Rev. Fred E. Cole. and Nat Weidberg. Officers and directors of the Miami Zionist District elected along with Pekelner include Abe Kasow, Al Quadow, Jerome Weinkle, vice presidents; Sol Collins, treasurer; Hy Sootin, financial secretary; Moses Meyer, secretary. Members of the executive board are Hon. Abe Aronovitz, Nathan Alexander. Isidor Bakst, Louis Falk, Louis. Gaden, Maurice Goldstein, Abe Kaplan. Isidore Langner, Sam Levine, Seymour Liebman, Al Miller, Irving Saal, Sidney Sachs, Louis Schwartzman. Israel B. Shapoff. Sidney Segall. Simon Seiden, David Sernaker, Harry Simonhoff, Harvey Sootin. Mrs. Hy Sootin. Sam Traurig. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Sidney Palmer. Jerome H. Weinkle. Miami at torney and vice president of the Miami Zionist District, will lerve as toastmaster. South Dade Students Open School Session Pupils of South Dade Jewish Center will start their first class of Sunday school on Oct. 16 from 10 i a.m. to 12 noon. Classes will be held in the Memorial Building of the University of Miami. Mrs. Harry Rovs will be head teacher i for the Sunday school. To Discuss Nutrition "The Newer Science of Nutrition"' will be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's lecture Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct, Miami Beach. Of. hitph Narot >s Called inference Mis of growing pains of Jn communities will be disPt a conference on Sunday, %  1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., it \ f n announced by Stanley i f s President of the GreatP Jeeisfa Federation. ["May meeting has been V federation in response to f on the part of a number | pg areas which seek to p views on commumty land development. fW'ng in the conference IJ '"dership of FederapW with leaders of lo-1 9** which already serve pnmniues fSS invitod t0 the c <>nI'"elude West M.ami. HiaEL ? r T Palocka, fc n r ? Miami Beach EJ ^'er-Granada and ^"nication from Myers to | %  of Centers in the sub-1 ;; e ^'ed that they name' 15 "^"'ntatives who } pi Je conference. AgenCI f d l name si "P"' ri^conference. | Cm anada Jew,sh Com CT w i h0,d a sooi 1 r di >'evening. Oct. 16 t Tben >s "Cabaret HARRY GORDON OF THE GORDON FUNERAL HOME OF MIAMI BEACH PROUDtY ANNOUNCES THE ASSOCIATION OF EDWARD T. NEWMAN FORMERLY WITH THE RIVERSIDE MEMORIAl CHAPEl AS A PARTNER THE GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL WILL HENCEFORTH BE KNOWN AS THE NEWMANCOBDON FUNERAL HOME COURTEOUS, EFFKIENT AND DIGNIFIED SERVICE HARRY GORDON President 1333 DADE BOULEVARD PHONE JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH EDWARD T. 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Page 4 A +Je*ist>ncr*Mar frida\ wJewisti Meridian Publlahed avery Friday ilnet 1977 by th Jawlah Floridlan at 12C N. E. Sixth Street. Warn! It. florjda Entered as aecond-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Pot* Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S, '871. The Jewiah Florldlan haa abiorbed the Jewlah Unity and the Jewlah Weekly. Member of tho Jewlah '• %  •• graphic Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, worldwide Newt Service, National Editorial Association, Amirlean Association of EnglishJewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. ^____^_^_ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. 2-1141 2-8212 The Jewl.h PIOrtJlM does not f"""•' h K,,h ruth of the mrchandi atvrtfert 7n Its column*. S U %  S C R i P T I 0 N PAT C • I One Year M-00 Two Veara mm Friday. October 14. 1955 Volume 29 Number 41 Tishri 28. 5716 Mr. Dulles Makes a Discouraging Remark The most discouraging statement last week came from Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Refraining from critcizing Egypt lor entering into an arms agreement with the Soviet bloc. Secretary Dulles told a press conference in Washington that it was "difficult to be critical of countries which, feeling themselves endangered, seek the arms they need for defense." This statement came on the heels of two weeks of international double-talk. The U.S. State Department initially uncovered details of the arms deal, and Dulles immediately warned Moscow about the dangers involved in opening a Near East arms race. The warning was subsequently backed up by Britain's Sir Harold MacMillan and France's Premier Faure. We call these warnings double-talk for simple reasons. Mr. Dulles left our government wide open. Under his foreign policy, we have not been selling munitions to the Arabs as the Soviets and their satellites intend doing. We have been giving munitions away. The U.S. decision to arm Iraq, for example, came in the face of Iraq's open avowal to destroy Israel. Similarly, the British have been The UN's Tenth Anniversary The Greater Miami chapter of the United Nations Association last week helped celebrate the UN's tenth anniversary. Help for the chapter's observance came from one of the greatest woman leaders in the world: Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Mrs. Roosevelt arrived in Miami early last week directly from a UN meeting in Siam. Addressing a large gathering in Miami Tuesday evening, she called on people everywhere to support the aspirations of the world peace organization. Mrs. Roosevelt's plea comes after a single decade of UN activity. It has been a decade of much turmoil marked by two major wars and the constant threat of the eruption of a third global conflict. No one presumes to believe that the United Nations has been a total success in its purposes. But the record shows that the UN has done much to prevent the wrangling of member states from erupting into major disaster. President Eisenhower has time and again affirmed this nation's complete faith in its membership in the UN. As individual citizens, it behoves us to do no less. We salute the United Nations on its tenth anniversary and hopefully anticipate its increasing successes. Without an arena in which men everywhere may resolve their disputes by word, and reason, humanity has only the recourse of guns and war. It is the ambition of the UN that that recourse shall never be taken again. Octoi^ Hi During The Week...,,, %  y Leo MINDLIN I $ e shipping implements of war to the Arab nations as fast as their factories can manufacture j them. So long as Britain's merchant marine has refrained from using the Suez Canal and Gulf of Aqaba waters—routes to Israel-the Arab nations have felt no compunctions about dealing with her. Under these circumstances, neither the Russians nor the Arabs were expected to take seriously these "righteous" Western warnings. It is now essentially clear that Mr. Dulles' strict attitude and mild threats were less the result of his fear of shooting in the Near East and more a recognition of the fact that his containment policy there has failed. It has been his position all along that an armed Arab League would serve as an effective bulwark against communist encroachment in the world's sorest trouble spot. Egypt's decision to accept the Soviet arms offer proves that he has been wrong and that Arab history has not changed through two world wars and the threat of a third. Somewhat desperately, Mr. Dulles early last week dispatched Assistant Secretary of State George V. Allen to Col. Nasser in Cairo for secret talks. The sum total of Mr. Dulles' subsequent statement is that Col. Nasser has once aqain succeeded in pulling the wool over the West's eyes. For Mr. Dulles told newsmen that Egypt and the U.S. have finally arrived at an "understanding." This means two things: Nasser a second time managed to convince our government that Egypt is in danger. Nasser has promised — and our government has accepted the promise on its face — that arms purchased from thd Soviet and its satellites would not be used in a war against Israel. These two propositions obviously cancel one another. In the first place, according to Col. Nasser. Egypt's danger stems from the aggressiveness of the State of Israel. If Mr. Dulles, in his own words, can not "be critical." it is because he recognizes the "validity" of Col. Nasser's fears. In the second place, arms procured from the Soviet bloc are being procured for no other reason than to "safeguard" Egypt from possible Israeli "aggression." If Mr. Dulles believes Egypt is gathering munitions stores for any other reason than to carry out its continuing threats against the Jewish State, he is mistaken. The amazing thing is that the U.S. renews its faith in Arab promises. Arab history has taught Mr. Dulles and his State Department absolutely nothing. There aren't many people who know it K last week. Word of the Ambassador" %  £}" Abb ^^ through by unsubstantiated rumor Th" r ? *"* arri *l h? carbon copy note from the State of Florid-, n a W Veterans, that Mr. Eban would be due in, Nw ^^ fetfl Joseph Barr. national commander of the I\\v A! a,e TluiS several wires from New York requested Th,. m 1 niRht T? the Ambassadors 24-hour stay. Jewish FloriduVS I don't believe there are more than a hanHf him. If a man were quick enough Fridav he m0 !* 0 ** Eban's shadow flit by in a blur on his wav from T k ^ 2 McAllister and thence to the airport if he 1. nsSo it American Legion-more specifically, a member!?,! """^i mittee of the LegionVforeign relation, committed I ex(cw *—.—._ A. %  • •__ ... ~ne m ; r i-.. fortunate to hear the Ambassador deliver an onjie, But aside from these miniscule possibilities. I d a Mr. Eban had not been in Miami since his attenHan. 1 ay ] dinner last March. One can easily wonder why 2 !" "if* "l rounded the details of the trip. I met (-.mmanderT^ Alhster Friday morning. He was seated comfortably in tt chair that stood to one side of a closed door There *. closed doors: this door was really closed As a matter of L ed me of a medieval portcullis against which the force! IT' foreign and hostile kings would have to hurl themselves Jj 1 1. 2. "THERE GOES THE BALANCE Of ARMS" A Community Leader Passes Away A founder of Ml. Sinai Hospital and past president of Miami Beach Zionist District died Saturday morning at his home. He wag Alex Van Stratten, who passed away at the aqe Ot 71. 3 Residents here will miss Mr. Van Stratten. for he was a valuable community leader. Since h.s arrival here 14 years ago. Mr. Van Stratten gave willingly of his energies and talent to numerous civic, religious and philanthropic endeavors. r ^ L0 2 g J a u iV ^ n Z,onist Organization work, he founded the ZOA district which he was subsequently to serve Under his guiding influence as president and treasurer, it becQ e gest in the South. Ho^,y an S,ra,,en s J Participation in Mt. Sinai Hospital programs dated from the hoepital's Sector Hi. W ^ a ^^ h ard m !" nS hr^M u cornmuni 'y-mmdedness alto fe r w-stVed m er^n ke S C *- Miami way. Behind that door were Ambassador Eban and ten wl cials of the American Legion. Commander K;,rr denied thai .Li sador's presence in Miami was secret and that there >< surrounding the details of his trek here To the contrary fi Barr opined. It had been well publicized, he said in the MJ the previous months. This seemed reasonable even if ciutol gerated. THE AMBASSADOR WAS RIGHT Late last January. Egypt's Ambassador to the United! dressed the American Legion's foreign relations committee at u in Washington According to Commander Barr. the Jewish \ ans subsequently arranged for Mr. Eban to address this during the Legion's national convention here As I stood in | Allister's mezzanine and stared at the formidable door, it i me that JWV was to be congratulated for its resourceful i I could not help questioning the position of the Legion. Needless to say, the meeting was closed I'nfortunatelj.i| impression developed that the Israeli Ambassador had beenul torn of it. Several newsmen, who tried to cover the event, i asked me what Mr. Eban "was hiding." I attempted wita" success to assure them mat the American Legion, itself, wisi for barring the press. In retrospect. I can hardly blame tbt i That door certainly seemed ominous. What could ten Legionnaires learn in a brief session: Near East? Who were these ten Legionnaires, and what subsequently do with their new 'information?'' Official' are something like this: Mr. Eban's address was designed to I legion's foreign relations committee hammer out the or] Near East policy. In turn, our State Department could thenhei of the Legion's position on Near Eastern affairs. Now, there are two preliminary issues involved here. relates to Ambassador Eban. There can IK' no tiuestion that hetj right course in accepting the Legion's bid to addreits (oi turns committee. There can also be no question as to his| Circumstance later proved that he would have welcomed] sentation. Respecting the Legion's wishes he avoided ne to the closed session but told them he would be glad to graatl view after the session concluded. That the) (ailed to accept! reporter called "a bone." could not. unfortunately, be • • • • THE COMMON FALLACY OF NUMBERS The second issue relates to the American Legion s| grandized situation. Mr. Eban's appearing before the intelligent diplomacy. He merely took advantage of that i what right, however, does a veterans' organization ganj that it presumes to grant a foreign ambassador the "prw pearing before it? By what right does a \elci > !" *\ assume that Secretaries of State will fly t the corners i !" T f as John Foster Dulles did Monday—to make policy Mate*" By what right does a veterans' organization m ""J*3 such a manner that the Government of the I nited taio every move the better to be guided in national and inwr ters? I use the word "right" neither in a supra moral nor Jl I use it in the same sense that the American W" M pearl I-egion policy has long been that veterans nrn y themselves as specially favored creatim that sen ce ^ in time of war is a privilege needing no recompense is the backbone of its refusal to support pensions -^j the face of such a policy. > ms n l( s ', 'fluent* Legion has grown to assume sd much political aw past decades. f veterans are not to regard themselves as to£?£l fallacy t nn think : lv vocalI must also not accept the common fallacy that num_r> ^^j must also not accept tne common uuian-j > .\ f)me s inert importance. This paradox in Legion think nificant as the organization becomes I atfars Pretense that the Legion is nothin more than a 8^ cally mature boys, bent on a happy time awaj from disguises this paradox. Irrevocable proof of the Legion "',m ^ ^ fact that it equates itself with "genun • A:ncncani>. ^| of the Legion is tantamount to social and econo ^ ^ the critic of the Legion can no longer be rcgan. -^, can." It is useless here to observe than an o itself immune from criticism by its own bran generis unAmencan. ^ Secret policy meetings with foreign amba ^ d f *'^ Miami last Friday-ea well as with others not_ on < ^ ing dangerous precedent for the citiwns of tim ^ ^J quently we accept them on a playful "boys WUJ ^ more often do we grant executive and let \ w ii governmentaj body which aome day may be 1



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October 14. 1955 unity Leaders Named to Direct 'erse Activities of Jewish Federation BB of promncnt community ve ten named to direct nf important standing 'of the Greater Miami ^deration changes for confederation and action. Finance committee—David Phillips, chairman. The treasurer of Federation usually heads this com*Jewistif k>ridliarj nel relations. It reports to the executive committee on its recommendations regarding personnel practices or other matters affecting relationship of the board of governors to the staff of Federation. Page 5 A Hebrew Academy PTA to Install Annual installation ceremonies Novelist Asked to Write Script Based on Operetta Miami Beach Community Singers this week revealed that they have commissioned Nathaniel Also elPPH ,t ,*, of new 'y-elected Hebrew Academy Weinreb to write a new script for mm" ill I!..! __ execu tlve I PTA officers will be held jointly l B ? r .. Koc hba '" based on Abraham of ,mn ?h < ee n T ,in f WCrC ,nembers w ith a reception for the Academy i Goldfadden's historical operetta me nominating rnmmillM _ii_ „, _....*! WainmK %  r.,.... %  M ;....,; D,..,,.I> "of Federation, such as and developing studies. 'search and such projre assigned to it by the committee. is committee-Leon Kapnan. TMJ committee stu"bylaws and rec ommends bin, chairman. This committee is committee are Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. Max koff, president; William Fair, honorary life vice president; Henry In P r S<-css Thursday evenings at ESK^'ou^^ Milt n A F iman. Penchansky. Hyman Sandier, M. E., the Palette room of the rplitmns nf Fediratinn i Mrs ( arl Susskind. Irving Saal, Rosenhouse. vice president B; Jacob Beach Community Center, relations oi federation. ,,„., W( 1Ilkle Wll|jam „ Singer K at Z treasarer; Philip Rose, cor' Personnel committee — Isidore and I.eon Kaplan. Alternate mem-' responding secretary; Samuel Simkowitz, chairman. This group bers are Irving Cypen, Lou Goldj Wolfe, recording secretary; Martin acts for the executive committee j man. Mrs. Monte Selig, Dr. Melvin in all matters relating to personBecker and Martin Fine. KT IS HIS WATCHWORD lessman Links Future With Capacity for Good Deeds with a noble purpose in Iho-e dayis Tubie Respresident ol the Calvert i Company. fk heads a campaign to Ends to encourage young Ehletes to compete in try|repre-ent America in the Ding Olympic uames. talvert executive did not this purpose in an offanner. He has long been [in behalf ol minority l having worked with the Association for the Adm of Colored People to (segregation; with the Urpgue to improve Negro i and with the United Ne> ege Fund. (migrant parents, Resnik Hisible for the vast sales Ition of Calvert Distillers. peyi product is the secseller in the world. ord habeen diligence Ukerence to Jewish tradihours a day. every day. he found no time for other afj fairs. As a result, Brandeis Univerj sity recently honored him for his J work at the school by establishing I the "Tubie Resnik Collection in I Literature." Brandeis president • Dr. Abram Sachar has praised I Resnik for his "keen devotion to Be LignY.""written by AifredCofr ] the cause of higher education. Genet, social secretary; Bernice' REFINED BUSINESSMAN Honig, chaplain; Milton Koch, parin fort wih to moot woman liamentarian; Shoshana Spector. of modorsto moans; object matrirepresentative of teachers; and mon VKindly give brief outline of Mrs. Alex Kogan. honorary presiV ur *lf. Confidential. Box 124, dent. .Riverside Station, Miami, Fla. Following committee chairmen will also be installed: the Mesdames Arthur Bergman, David Seid, gift shop; Joseph Zemel. library; Norman Reinhard, publicity; Irving Zasela, Harold Reinhard, telephone squad; Jonah CapIan, dining room; Henry Penchansky, chairman, Robert Litowitz, cochairman, room mothers. An original script, "Let There And two years ago. the Calvert official established a perpetual foundation to provide scholarships at Brandeis for deserving young people. Tukie Kesnik foundations of philanthropy and cultural interest." Resnik got his first big break man, social studies instructor at the Academy, will be presented by Academy parents and narrated by Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag. music director, will Only recently, Resnik was chairlead in the singing of Hebrew and English melodies. Hostesses for the evening will be the Mesdames M. E. Rosenman of a liquor industry drive to raise funds for UJA and managed to achieve a record high for the industry. ., D ; L__ ._ „„J„ :„:„„ house, Hyman Sandier, Charles Bo In all. Resnik has an undeviating belief that there is "a new spirit 8'". Arthur Bergman, Robert Litoabroad" in business which recogwitz, Daniel Yedlin. nizes that businessmen in the fu-1 — MORTGAGE LISTINGS WANTED Newly formed Mortgage Company desires to contact persons who are in a position to furnish good mortgage listings. Highest listing fees paid. MR. Y., BOX 2973, MIAMI 18 at the age of 20 when he joined Jt wi „ ^ appraised by the ex i McKesson L Bobbins By 1935-1 he(r a ^ icipation in com he was then only 33. having been • ^ an(| on a • born in Palestine in 1902-nc was cit i ZC nship. His own comvice president of the firm In re(|ects fa spirit no icss %  the Sabbath; diligence charge ot th f *tlantic seaboard. han Re>njk hjmsc f does rship in civic affairs and Rcsn,k J ,ned ( alvert as Eastern \ and diligence in a sense Division manager in 1939. Today. reponsil>ilit\ |he holds the second top position Hole affairs in nis Indus|l I t *| e f C T P !" 1' su P crv ^ in %  Calvert salesmen. As absorbed as he is in his bus iness life, Resnik feels that existence would be "a deep void" if •j£ VVJGUST BROS ay, u? SALESLADY WANTED N.W. Section. Experienced ready te-wear, mast be reliable, able to vse typewriter and take care of customers' ledger. Steady position. 12 to 6 p.m., Monday thru Thurs day. Call 6 to 8 p.m.-65-S114. nk has often been cited pWk in the I'nited Jewish Brandeis University and on. "These are my three Ihe explains, the basic LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN P RY No. 183935 EKAITMAN i.i:i:\.-TKIN. Plaintiff, I KVUI'M W ETH KAfKM i nteats [ICE BY PUBLICATION fliV K \I| \| \\ ;,,,,| pAUKTM K U l-.\1 \N Mi s MBJ! HKRKHV N'OTIPIED JiRNA KM I \l VN BBRNI led a Coro1 %  forecloae ft* iialnxi ti... followln mate in I nrlita, i"-it I I, in Block of f>Ai, ACRES i no to 1 i In Plat t 3 '' eR. i.l u.• %  Public P Florida; r ""h I \. in.uls i i any ..f MILTON A. Rulldln*. DrtctnoJ ";'", oi Mhei i.u-H.itnR In %  • %  nl the ith day of I i i i... taken ,,.M..,I %  (Mi i:ih rilKRMAN, iH-putj Clerk Opera Star to Sing At Men's Club Fete Robert Merrill, top baritone of the Metropolitan Opera, radio and television, will appear in a concert FBI Man tO Speak at Beth David Congregation, on A. S. Brent, assistant special ^n. 22. announced Murray Baum, program chairman. [ Oon'f drog your guests oil oitr Dcde County-see everything for 1 fore at TROPICAL HOBBYLAND Miami's Famous Indian Village and loo v PHONE 64-4579 F0 RESIDENT PASS, FREE agent in charge of the V. S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation at Mi ami, will be guest speaker at a B'nai B'rith luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge Tuesday noon, Oct. 18, in DiLido hotel. Lodge president is Michael Sossin. Gershon S. Miller is luncheon chairman. L CE N A N M D E ER L^ CTIT U %  1IVKN Ih hs %  P name S k deter Mld %  tWp"' ^ "' ""' Ct^ult RJJAM OREBN. 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Page 6 A +JeisMcridNa,ri^ Alex Van Straaten Dead at Age 71; Was a Noted Community Leader Alex Van Straaten. 71. a founder ol HI Sinai Hospital and past president of Miami Beach Zioi>t I'Idiet, (lied Saturday nioiiiinJS at his home, tBe Vandcrbllt hotel. 2009 Collins ave. Miami Beach. Mr. Van Straaten. a retired -ilk importer, eame to Miami Be.irh from Philadelphia 14 yean igO.fi both cities he was prominent in Civic and religionwork. He was the founder and first president of Temple Jtidea in Philadelphia, as well abeing past president of the Northern Libert) Hospital and past president ol the Green \alle> ( ountry dub there. Afler coming to Miami. Mr. Van Straaten took %  very active part in Jewish affairs He founded the Hiami Beach Zionist District, and under hileadership it became the largest Zionist organization in the South He served both as president and treasurer of the district For thiwork in the Zionist cause, Mr V I II Straaten HU eleeted honorary president of the Zionist Organization of America He was an original hoard member and director of Hi Sinai Hospital and was active in the G or Miami Jewish Federation. On Dec i;<. ISM. his 70th birthday, Mr Van Straaten was honor' a testimonial dinner, attended bj 4(H) persons, al which he was praised "for a lifetime I>I lion to Zionism, Jewrj and nan kind in Mian, then vice mayor, li %  it the testimonial "Alex Vai v \ Stn Bten isun ived bj ach, a Mrs Roslj ne 11 vices \ River v %  in Philadelph brother* Bh. m ". North Shon N — i ';'• *' lh In .MI N J '""" SAMUEL RAKITY %  — K ; '"V, %  K. •ill. 'Ii'i'l V.-i-loi A. in <-h HARRY H. KERZIN .;i of l-'l Weal iv< MlnnPMOtH i:..i h i %  iii-in! ny, h %  '-•- %  %  ""' •' I, MrJo). I %  B, h Memorial Cma Alton rd. DAVID BLUMENFELD N ••f J3 < -..HIKevi Ml iml l ,i„ .i ik-i %  n< HII !:• % %  • %  rivi .,,.,, r,.. \. Vorfc v Barmen! : ..• i..,%.iwo rlaugl Mi .1 .n .1 Mi Bar) I both of Low Inland, N V iaj '• %  .,„,I 1-UK llll -i — Washington avc with Interment in Mi Sinai '• %  mi •• > a flaiixlH. ronkera; tin. ml. and v..nk.I-. and %  HIKI.I. M Km el. Miami Rei v I Slin a.ix In II li, %  .,. h M, i Uton i'i with Interim St.11 i,f l M i.i <'. metei i MORRIS ROSENZWEIG M ho NnW hei 12 > u era h i i%  i.i > in Itivi i nl. r.. ,II ii M. Fridc it. SI Alex Von Sfroofen Plata. ..I in %  Kenneth Firtel, 8, Dies In Automobile Accident K. i i.i th T Firtel, age 8 died Sundaj in a Miami Beach hospital following an automobile dent Me was the -on of Mr and Hn Irving Firtel, 431 West SSnd A student at the Hebrew \ emy, in addition to hiparents he ( irvived by his brother, Leon; and Iwo -i-terMaxine and Services win Sundaj in Newman I Funeral Home. Hiami Beach, with interment in Mt ti n JOSEPH LEVEY %  \ \\ ill. .1 i ed I Ml v .mil • v MRS. HARRIET LIGHT V %  s MRS IDA SILVERMAN •t 1 %  both nf K i two LOUIS ETTINOER 71 ,,f ini\<. Miami I' % %  II. rn. her* I'" >•< o i .. i \. a Y >l k CIO and i ol Hi.thid PeUowa of Vonki' NY. .on! a retired n i, idei s II In, u,d. hi • Bather, Miami MRS. SARAH SCHWARTZ SI. i.f SS1S S\V tetfe M win, came • ii an 11 fi i.in i 'hi. an", d • I i'i I 81 i wix wins. Mai i in Bldne) and Larry, Miami. 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October1^1951 +Jeishrk>rk§ten 's 29th Season Gets jide'r Way Oct. 30 With Miss Tourel sky. cellist; Artur Rubinstein, pianist; and Mischa Klman, violinist. The 29th season will open with celebrated mezza-soprano Jennie Tourel as soloist on Oct. 30 and 31. Mr. Bitter is honoring the bicentennary of Mozart's birth, which will be recognized throughout the world during the coming year. In playing the Mozart Symphony in A major. Miss Tourel. considered one of the finest Mozart exponents, has programmed among others, the two Mozart arias. Zeffiretti Lusinghier. from "Indomeneo," and Scene and Aria with Piano Obligato. Of Russian parentage, Jennie Herman Busch, VicTourel was brought up in France Mason ol the UnlvwtiVvmp.wn.vnr.H^-a L be a banner year, Mrs. EM concert manager, Hid tr'AcconlmU to the Nk Ep,ion> up to date, there RKcation that there will LSnof the Pop Cg ISepastsummer all sell, r W iii begin his statli C M, return to the UrnflBaim as music director riurt.T. He "ill share the rthtwo guest conducton i Beechara. Bart., Cdl6.and Carlos Chavez, 111 and 12 L memberplaying in the ., m Modeste Alloo, EuPage 7 A % %  —. — at Dnl i slmiuklovsky, [ulMurph>. Sr., Dominique t, Thorn;,C. Collins and Clarke bf the highlights of the \\\ be the presentation of hm.< Requiem, on Mar. 11 iih the full symphony orthe Uttiversitj of Miami |ud Eileen Farrell and pissel a* soloists. iartists to appear are Jenmezzo soprano; Tossy sky, violinist; Nicanor harpi-t: Witold Malpiani>t; Greyor Piatigorand Switzerland, and before coming to the United States she was rated as star of the Paris OperaComique. the greatest Irving Carmen and Mignon. She considers herself Russian by background, French by education and an American by adoption. 11 FOR TOMORROW VHIRI YOU CAN MOW FOR TODAY lAetwnts ? ; ; Interest Mil Lom • Auto Leans Drive-In Teller Inking bv Mail Letters el Credit lilety Detetit Bern %  W fedrrml De a s|( WASHINGTON AVENUE JNF Council to Map Final Testimonial Plans Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 19. in the patio of Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement by Daniel M. Broad, president. Mendel Fisher testimonial dinner committee will meet with the general body of delegates to coordinate plans for the dinner, which will be held at the DiLido hotel Dec. 4. Installation of newly elected officers will take place, and annual reports of activities for the past year of every affiliated organization will be distributed to delegates. Program of entertainment will J be presented by Jacob Fishman. program chairman. Offering only THE VERY BEST SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B. Pinks Managing Director David Rose, prominent New York builder and international authority on low cost housing, has been elected president of the American Technion Society, a national organization which supports Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, the only engineering college in Israel. He succeeds Dr. J. W. Wunsch, who in turn has been elected chairman of the board of directors. Rose, who heads David Rose & Associates, Inc., and is credited with many "firsts" in building techniques, is a founder of the Society and has been a vice-president and direc tor for several years. North Dade PTA Will Hear Bureau Director Mrs. Harold Shopmaker will side at a meeting of the PTA of North Dade Jewish Center Sunday morning, Oct. 16, at the Center Mrs. Pat Sumners. program chairman, will introduce as guest speaker Herbert Berger. director of extension activities at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Rita Weissman is in charge of menu preparation for the breakfast affair. Sll HEALTH RES Memorial Meeting Sunday Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will hold a memorial meeting Sunday evening, Oct. 16. at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. I. Echwartz. president, said the meeting will honor the memories of Max Mintzer and Louis Block. 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J A The Bachelors' Club, in Washington has lost its nresident So best wishes to fMney f. Wellmen, who recently married Danielle D. Martin*. The attractive bride received her Bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin—her Masre,., degree from the University of Miami, where she mice taught in' the Modern Language Depart ^ n ielle't now working on her PhD in Spanish at MidCollege%  • vou know, is a building contractor in Washington and H^and Danielle have just returned from a honeymoon in Islands. Haiti. Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Jamaica L k) Charnay blew into town on Saturday for a week's stay at Tchainnnn of Allied Public Relations. Back to Washington hies this weekend, and friends will be sorry to see him leave. Wiesner's "big payoff is more than big these days, and r muc h rejoicing at his DiLido Island residence. j-, the manufacturer of Trickettes, those beautiful purse or ies made in Miami. liehlight of the story is that Trickettes are now being fea[on the television show. "Big Payoff." jr md Mrs. D. M. Michnoff left their North Bay rd. home last tndfora trip to California. Jith them were Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. The men of (families will attend the American Dental Association conveni San Francisco Oct. 16. I in Hoi Springs, Ark., are the Harry Sirkins. They exi remain for three weeks prior to visiting New York City. heir Gotham jaunt is a repeat performance. The Sirkins spent (months tlicrr earlier last summer. final leg ol the couple's trip brings them back to their DiLido I home sometime in November. hit* Katiman's future mother-in-law. Mrs. Julius Kratish, honker at I charming luncheon Saturday in the Algiers hotel. IIM and fiance Jack plan to be married in December. Her [are the Jacob Katzmant, of Pinetree dr. ^he Baron de Hirsch Mayers concluded their European jaunt i their ship docked in New York Saturday. knd inxiously looking forward to Baron and Polly's return [was his mother, Mrs. Sarah Mayer, of Meridian ave., who has I them since they left Miami Beach back in July. I couple's arrival in their Star Island home Monday happily the lonu separation. >>tc>>< [The Irwin Kotts are just about fully recuperated from their Tk tuur of England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Jugal. [JKqueline and irwin were married in Gotham Town's Waldorf 7" hotel July 31. Then, off to the continent they went—but not ing some of Broadway's best, including "Damn Yan|Shes the daughter of the J. Jay Klines, Scarsdale, N.Y. Irwin's J" re ,nc L <>uis C. Kotts. Miami Beach. i*h, who's a partner in the law firm of Myers, Heiman and P". explained that he and Jacqueline left on the Liberte and h h Sept 16 We rested in New York for a week—couldn't w ,f anything because the hurricane hit us—then returned it [ %  ietlv Piami They're at h ome now at Bay Harbor Islands. and Mrs. Aba Kati plan to entertain Sunday L !" ," "'•" w. and Mrs. Abe Kati plan to entertain aunuay ISiTri r r w the many fr, ">ds they made at the Roney Plaza Sun ^Uabana Club last summer |JW U that Mr. mar — vlub last summer. MiTm*" 1 b6 a 8arden party at the K • t, nome 230 SW 21sl E r d*. 8 J ^ nu r>hi PP ers invited are the Lou Shatters. Mr. and > ,nrf u r n9,,M Mr • nd Mr Edward Goldetein. the Max ,. "* %  and Mr*. David Has*, the Kati' daughter and son[ Friend '**> % Merr-u' "' k lp(1 0VfT tne Joeeph Mintxer birth announce ^ 170th arnved lnis we k nd will 80on ** at nome at CnH.'li^ f he r f0rmer D, Zalikoff, whose folks, the Joseph "* 1,v n Paterson, N.J. ... *.V/< owxan s IMorU ^^wiislh-IEIIiOinildliiQun MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday, October 14, 1955 Section B Mrs. Leopold Schwartz (right), outgoing president, presents the gavel to Mrs. Miriam Kobley, newly-elected president of Temple Israel Sisterhood, at a luncheon in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. Local HadassaS Marks National H Week ,S 25th ave. words U Joe's mother, Nkn. Sally Mintxer. of Mrs. Irwin Liss, membership coordinator of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah, and her committee have been busily engaged in drawing up plans for a recordbreaking ''National H Week" campaign dated to Bet under way the week of Oct. 17. National H Week" will seek to enroll new members in the women's Zionist Organization group. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Greater Miami chapter president, explained Wed nesday. 'Hadassah appeals to the American Jewish woman. \ Americans and through our American affairs program of civic and community participation in lhe_ democratic process. Hadassah members can participate in the finest union of Jewish ideals — our concern for Jewry abroad and in Israel and our relationship to the wealth of activities here in this nation." Mrs. Sindell also referred to Hada-sah's extensive program of education in Jewish history and culture, as well as Hebrew studies. •As a result, it seems that Hadassah is a 'natural' for the modern American Jewish woman. But our greatest appeal is to that non-partisan part of all people—the human heart." In launching "Nation II Week" here, Mrs. Liss said that "our rewards are found in the healthy bodies and the proud, smiling faces we have helped to make that way Every woman who understands this pride and has this need to serve, is both welcome and needed in Hadassahs ranks." Joining the membership campaign effort here are Hadassah s 14 local groups—Deborah. Albert Einstein. I. R. Goodman,Theodor Henl, Israeli, Menorah, Mt. ScopMrs. Charles Goldberg, wife of the manager of the Delano hotel, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Mis. Hank Meyer, wife of the public relations director of the City of Miami Beach, shown at a cocktail party held in honor of Mrs. Roosevelt on the Delano sky terrace last week. us, Naomi, Hanna Sencsch. Shaloma. Henrietta Szold, Torah, Chaim Wcizmann and Stephen S. Wise. The local campaign will come on the heels of Hadassah's installation meeting slated last Tuesday afternoon at Oceanfront Auditorium. Installed by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, were the Mesdames Oscar Sindell. president; Milton Sirkin. Irwin Weinstein and Samuel Sakrais, Continued on Page 2 B



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Page 2 B *Jcni§f fkridiam he <-J~towicfront Mrs. Norman Bmmcl Mrs. lewis Biderman 'YOU AMD WE UN' Beth Sholom Women Mark UN Birthday Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will celebrate the tenth anniversao oi the United Nations ;it an open meeting Wednesday noon. • 19. in the banquet ball of the Temple Chairman oi the da) will be Mrs Norman Babel, who is corrcspond• retarj ol the Miami Beach Division oi the Greater Miami chapter. United NationAssociation MrBabel will present the Bev Caxton Dogsjetl and Mrs. Louis i .-man in a discussion entitled "You ami th. i \ Mrs. Biderman ico-chairman ol the Miami Beach Division ol the United Nation.* dissociation here loos: B A J ITU bqLEAIIUOlUW) %  Tin makers run •" ol ideas for vegetable accom-l paniments t" fish, meat or poultry meals it we know elementary needof the human body, we -pare no pains to work in available fre-li vegetables or canned or n substitutes) along with the starch] elementin planning our %  la Here ione recipe that ha\ ts worth on many ;i busy day. Want oi a better name • : call it: Vegetable Patties 1 cup cooked and mashed | lima bean.or chick peas (use canned or froten kind if desired) l eup diced onion 3 tal • ening hmaiti oil or 1 clove garlic, minced fit* tional // / WANT MY MILK" and be sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGtNIUD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Ooero Protected TEL. 2-2621 Creoter Miami Delivery Compare with an^i OCT] bran* r fa p (Ir\ bread or cracker crumb-, rolled very fine 2 eggs 1 cup finely chopped spinach, green beanor asparagus 'U.-e canned or frozen kindi Shortening for pan frying I -e the food chopper for mashing the cooked peaor beantir-t on this n-t of ingredients Lightly brown the diced onion in shortening used and add minced garlic lor special tang Add the hall cup fine crumbto the fried onion and -tir for one minute. Combine the two mixtureand add eggs, one at %  time, mixing till combined Add lhp gri ilea, mixing i I] with a fork Now form tini tm' into balls and roll in the half cup oi eruba till well coated piece at least an inch apart i 'veil greased frying pan heated i v< r moderMBC Flatten with the bowl mixing spoon and try till nicelj browned before turning to brown the underside Use a panturner lor ea-\ handling Serve hot Serves 4 i Here another vegetable com'i binatior we ha\e immd most lector) for chilly October days Or. omit th" cheese topping and u-e it for Fleishig mealan\ da) of the week. With the cheese it i makes a fine luncheon dish Herehow: October Vegetable Medley 4 table-spoons olive or other oil i 1 large onion, diced or sin 2 cloves garlic minced fine 3 large green peppers, diced or A\ccr\ 2 cupdiced tresli or canned tomatoe-* 2 cupIinely diced vellovv •quash, unpared 2 cups diced eggplant, unpared upfinely diced raw potato 14 cup cooked rue Salt and pepper to ta-te 4 tablespoons fine crumb4 tablespoongrated hard Hadassah Plans for 'National H-Week' Continued from Pc I B honorary vice presidents; Miss Lillian (ioodman. lrwin Liss. Harold Me I nick and Joseph Shapiro, vice presidentTheMesdames Abe Greenberg. financial secretary; Herbert Gutman, corresponding secretary; James Gordon, recording secretary; Joseph Sugarman. treasurer; Mises Kneger. parliamentarian; and Halt) l'latoff. auditor. Reenrollment co-chairmen of the Notional H Week" campaign here will bo Mrs. Raymond Wolf and Mrs. H C Moacr, with Mia H. S. Hicvman acting as Integra tion chairman. Now numbering over 300.000 members in 1.200 chapterand group-. Hada-sah WXI founded in 1912 by Henrietta Szold. -Today in the United State-. Hadassah helpfoster creative and intelligen Jewish living hrough an education program; participates in eflortwhich safeguard democracy here and assure peace and secur ity throughout the world; encour and supports Jewish youth activities; and acts as an interpreter of I-rael to the American community MrI.1-explained. "In Israel. Hadassah conducts a comprehensive health and social welfare program, which includes a hospital network of diagnostic, dilative and preventive medical services, health station-, youth refugee rehabilitation, vocational education and land redemption project1 nenoar 1 ypc Cheese md lightly brown the dice? Cheddar Type Cheese Mince Heat pan a onion and minced garlic.' Add pre pared vegetables in the order list. ed. add seasoning to taste, cover j and cook over low heat for 10 min ute-. The water in which vegeI tables have been rinsed will be sufficient in addition to the moisture formed under the lid. Lift 1 cover and test potatoes or rice for tendances Stir lightly. Cover and continue to cook for 15 min uteover low heat. Serve hot with a topping of fine crumbs and grated cheese, and a sprinkling of minced parsley. Or. if time per nut-, top with crumbs and alkM 1 and slip under broiler flame till lightly browned. Then serve with a garnish of minced greens. Serves 6. £5353 coffee Oct. I?. a '• Rabbi malav^ l^.hh, Morton >; a iavJ!1 enUr s P'"tual '$*>* ;""'-"' lecture, oVlJl %  Were!!, ll* J "''' M viaviy velopment of the SyJJ Noofilus PfTtT^ Nautilus School m. Monday evening, Oct Rfl •us 1 nedman. presio^J 11 will conduct 3 ing and present the PhTl "I the year. Mrs. Oscar Simdtll thtn Compare TETLN • fW oo R^HOROWITZQo^.e^ W k A T Z ON FOR EVE DlatxlbutsKl by PALM DlSTHihUTOBh, INC 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. Phan! 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October 14. 1955 *.MnisJ>fhridHatn Page 3B g/lboitt K/joidr Special J c ,arb Dressed Up in a Special Recipe Can Mean New Taste Thrill i-a.uc Rhubarb," a somen. The ketchup — actually a ,ri of Brown Betty, fruit based sauce—gives the dish ctvorites L i-a-uc Rhubarb," a soti% of Brown Betty won the second grand „ S3000 in the nationwide U ketchup" -most %  POOCH i HeiM Company. Its I N ,n> York free lance IJL Rosemary Rothschild. mc because it's a sure time--e5pec ially with the) ,p Counting )se Calories f a ii and winter fash.'in and every one of the rtresses the pencil-slim. EL Donl l"' discouraged. & you try on these new -ve a partner in our corner us fight the battle of the tilled Su! arioe, a no [liquid sweetener It's ac.,,than -near—comes nlratcd form, ><'< without Judicial taste Best of all. [aMuU'h no food value. k ioo— when a four-ounce w 'il sweeten more than 700 [coffee or lea It takes only Spoonful to equal 13 of jnd a ttblespo inful is the lent of a cupful of sugar. i mea-ure by the drop from I shaker top bottle. ereal or fruit in desserts cooking, it Kives you %  nothing more. Recom_ by doctorfor diabetics, Lights and low calorie diets, trfectly harmless safe for fcn or grown-ups [stop taking the "calorie [rten your sweet-tooth gets tof you. Your life can b< and your t inure neater ou u>e this new concen|s*eetener. Sugarine is availt food and drug stores everyling Course Senior Citizens mteer Aides Bins course lor volunteers l fieldof service to senior iwill be offered to all womi area by National Counmkh Women Monday Oct. 10. at the Jewish [for the Aged i tferUung experience of resting older people to re-cnnniunitj life." said Mrs. Leo • chairman. "i> a most grafeelina. They learn to be [JW to themselves and to MrohiBteers are enrolled in %  >Sram. but many more are Jillrs Barney Modes and lrman Tatar, Beach and chairmen under ISection chairmanBid. ">R se> M o,H win be lead member. 0 f he H ome, r < field supervisor of the %  Mini Jewish Community l***. which is the second njing program offered by %  trains volunteer workS5LS? to*>Ut time. REDUCE i men. The ketchup — actually fruit based sauce—gives the dish a welcome spiciness. Major League Rhubarb 94 cup sugar 'i teaspoon salt 'a teaspoon ground cinnamon V4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 cups soft bread crumbs 3 cups unpceled rhubarb in 1 inch piece 1 banana 1 tart apple '2 cup Heinz tomato ketchup 1 tablespoon lemon rind 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3 tablespoons butter or margarine Fast, sure batting order for making a big hit: Meat oven to 35fT (moderate 1 Combine first 5 ingredients y r ,\ -1 of this mixture with rhubarb in greased 1% qt. casserole. Peel and thinly slice banana and apple; place in casserole. Combine ketch up, lemon rind and juice; pour over fruit. Sprinkle with remaining bread crumb mixture. Dot with butter. Bake covered 1' 4 to m hrs. Serve warm or cold. Garnish with whipped cream or cottage cheese. Makes 8 servings. The result is a tart and gpley compote of fruit that when garnished with whipped cream or cottage cheese, pleases "the hardiest sandlot star as well as the most sophisticated gourmet." villages in every part of Israel. "Proceeds of this luncheon will go towards the Youth Aliyah project, Mrs. Shalom explained, "and every reservation t %  r 111.• luncheon will help another young newcomer me a productive citizen of the land of Israel Flying down from New York to be guest speaker for this function is Mrs. Ruth VValdman, regional executive board member and national representative of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, who has recently returned from an intensive tour in Israel of the child-care and social service projects sponsored by Mizrachi Women. While in Israel, Mrs. Waldman conferred with top governmental leaders in the Youth Aliyah field, gathering information and data on current conditions of Israel's newcomers and youth. In charge of reservations for the luncheon is Mrs. Charles Turk. On Monday, a reception will be held for Mrs. Waldman at the Black; stone hotel, with Mrs. Stone as hostess. Officers of the three Mizrachi groups and prospective im-'-i' bcr.s have been invited to this reception. Amity 28 Club Will Install Officers Saturday Israel Silver, supervisor of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be installing officer at the installation dinner dance of the Amity 28 Club at Ramon's on Saturday evening, Oct. 15. To be installed are Esther Grasian, president; Morris Shaffer, vice president; Ruth Elkin, recording secretary; Clem Bership. financial secretary; Beatrice Mnuclei off, corresponding secretary; and Howard Margolis, treasurer. Mrs. Irving Shalom Mizrachi Women in Harvest Lunch At Fontainebleau A harvest luncheon at the Fountaineblcau hotel on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 18, will climax the summer Dime Bank Project sponsored by the three local Mizrachi Women groups. Mrs. Irving Shalom is harvest luncheon chairman. Participating in the function are Tamara Chapter with Mrs. Alfred Stone, president: Dov Chapter, with Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president; and Beach Chapter, with Mrs I. B. Fisenstein, president. Dime Bank chairman of the participating groups are Mrs. Henry Liehman, Mrs. Edna Selis and Mrs. Zelda Kunst. "Mizrachi of America is an official agency of Youth Aliyah. which has brought more than 50.000 Jewish children from every part of the world to Israel," Mrs. Sholom explained. "Through this doorway came the youngt*t victims of harship. terror and persecution. To help them towards their future, Mizrachi Women of America maintains an extensive network of Youth Aliyah children's homes and says: Iff vnheelthy fo lie fitmt%ltn mm. I IWIT6M FROM SUIAR TO Sugarine %  WO POOD TORU ** ** **§ St arts J!"y*fcere M.r, i BROWN KASHA j is less fattening! Protein-rich! Roasted I nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat! 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Page 4 B *Je*isf>fk>rkfi&r7 Fridav NOW CATERING TO BAR-MITZVAHS PARTIES BANQUETS OR WEDDINGS VOLUNTEER ARRI VES EROh\ A B ROAD Women's Leader Feels Home and Service Complement Each Other •Erf—...C^rft iA->;ABE GEFTER |rVe/l known Caterer en the Beach since 1945, Reopens his Dining 'Room November 1st under strictest I Dietary Law — full time Moshgioch permanent Orthodox Rabbinical supervision. • • • ONLY THE FINEST FOOD SERVED.* PREPARED BY THE MOST COMPETENT CHEFS. 1741 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH; On the Ocean PHONE JE 8 5711 Coffee Shop The second woman voiumcer leader from abroad to be chosen by the National Council oi Jen Ish Women under nMH fellowship program arrived late laal week at Idlewild Airport in Nee York. she i> lira Bernard Cohen <>i Sydney! Australia, who will ba afforded the opportunity to become acquainted, through obserration and study, with 'he role ui women volunteers in this country, in community responsibility She was met at the airport b) .Mrs Frank Cohen, chairman of Council s overseas committee. Miss FranceTaussig, a member o| the committee, and Mrs San ford Samuel, vice president of the New York Section. MrCohen brings with her manj yean ot eiperieuee in com munal affairs and community servtees in Australia She is president of the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia, an affiliate of the International Council oi .lew ish Women, and a past president oi the Sydney Sec lion She is i member of the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies, a vice president of the State Zionist Council and of the Ji .' ish National Fund. Mrs I narrlct; and has fOWn children hut she has never found am difficulty in re COndUng her home activities and her community service work In fact, she strongl) believes that the tWO complement each other; that the well being; of one's family is large!) dependent on the well-being oi the community in which it lives and even of the JagSL ROSEDALE £5^^SNS^?S? I MH|| Air C 'ill ontainell eai HOTEL KOSHER Mrs. Mo.sc S. Cahn world as i whole. "The National Council of Jewish Women of the United States is also %  firm believer in the interrelationship of world communities." declared Mrs ifotae s. Cahn president ol the Council, in hailing Ura Cohen'! arrival. I'liat is why Council has founded these fellowships to bring prominent women community leaders ot other countries to the United States to learn how we in America carry on our many thou-' sands Of public spirited activities Bach country has much to offer in know how and techniques to i other-, and we in turn expect to learn from Mrs Cohen what li being accomplished in Australia \\e have chosen Mrs Cohen as the recipient of our second fellow-hip in this field i" her outstanding abilities, hen prominence in the community lift Ol Australia and the com mendationa she received from leaders in her own country, in-' eluding the Ministry tor Labor. Industr) and Social Welfare "During her tour month sta) In the ( lilted State-." Mis ('.dm said. "Mrs Cohen will observe Councils National and Section administration and programs In New York. Aurora. HI and St. Louis, Mi-. and also (he pro grams ol other groups in the general and Jewish communitii Mrs Cahn pointed out that the first fellowship to be awarded under the program had gone to Mrs Aiisa sekej „, ,,.,,,., sr .„ >r Who -pent four monthin this country earlier this \ Viir ;iIu i nas already returned to Israel has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facil itiet For information call Harry Harfenlst Kosher Catering Department JE 8 8011 44th AND COLLINS AVE. CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT Best Aperitif in Town OPEN NOW Telephone a-tgas 6NT Authentic trench Cuisine Stktini (CLOSED FRIDAYS) Ample Parking 121 Ell m Slvout Gate 4 ^fjimn Good Fooc 1225 Wash' Miami Bu. LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision ARE YOU FARBIUN J E T ? 'FREE" • Send today for your free copy of Hie wonderful new Jewish-Enolith Hondbook of Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions". Sea "faro/unjer" on page 34; also "Tsyfeheppeneih". Set "Mocften A Cnoia/fc" on page 6. See 222 Jewish wards, expressions, definitions, uses, etc. Fun, laughs, educational for the whole family, s^^awem Fo your free copy, write fa: • J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP. / 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE (NEW YORK 07, NEW YORK Coral Gables Pioneer Women Slate First Large Scale Event at Colony !''' will he %  ,. held Wedi '"" %  •> chapter will hold a '!'•' I v/ith Dr h '."" (r '' ; "" ,, i' :,r, v •''< ''• hooM of •' lahlon. pr( Mrs Albert Shkolor. 2346 8W 21 • Issembt} i i ,;, %  wednesda) Od 19 a ""a aker "" '-"" Goldman and Mri Robert Miller. ViEOOlHga %  t. S. Gl C1 | the i oral t there will also musici ram. l£ XVJOUST BROS ny r t\ f '• fit* / An evening read is iaha"i'


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doberiy?^ =£te&sLIb>El£tiari Page 5B ;a$t Branch of Synagogue Women in Reciprocity Day % §OW1 Wernitk Club iVill Sock Travelers L Club of the Israel Jcompaign will give a back" parly in honor of 1 of Mr and Mrs. Louis an d Mr. William Pesbracl. rty will be held on Sunng, Oct. 16 in the MarSchoof Convenes \ school sessions of Beth Bgregation open Sunday 16. according to an nent this week by RabE Rottman, Beth Israel leader Registration hours Srough Thursday will IH> I noon and ii t<> •> i>.m. Southeast Branch of National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America has invited the boards of the 12 affiliated Sisterhoods in Greater Miami, Hollywood and West Palm Beach to attend their third "Reciprocity and Orientation" day. The event will take place on Thursday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood. According to Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, reciprocity chairman, these workshops are "giving Sisterhood leaders a keener awareness that National Women's League is a service organization, devoted to the perpetuation of traditional Judaism, through a vast program of high standards and proper attitudes. "Our Branch is focusing their interest on National's educational services, helping our women to find expression in Jewish life, teaching them to find satisfaction in the use of their talents and skills, for the enrichment of their own lives, for the benefit of our people and for the sake of all people. "We hope to make our Sisterhoods the most effective women's organization in the country, working on behalf of every member in our family, our synagogue, Judaism and its future." Program for Oct. 20th will be as follows: "Y4 of Adult Education" by Mrs. Samuel Lerer, Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; "Youth-Ful Ideas in a Panel Dis cussion" by Mrs. Harold Stern, North Shore Jewish Center, Mrs. William Rubenstein. Temple Emanu-El, and Mrs. Richard Her• old, Beth David'Synagogue. Miami; Miss Lillian Goodman, of THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 29th SEASON Musical Director and Conductor JOHN BITTER Guest Conductors THOMAS BEECHAM, Bart. CARLOS CHAVEZ Soloists October 30 and 31 JENNIE TOUREL November 20 ana 21 TOSSY SPIVAKOVSKY December 11 and 12 CARLOS CHAVEZ, and NICANOR ZABALETA ,„ January 22 and 23 WITOLD MALCUZYNSKI February 12 and 13 0REGOR PIATIGORSKY mmm March 11 and 12 EILEEN FARRELL and WALTER CASSEL BKAHMS REQUIEM March 25 and 26 ARTUR RUBINSTEIN THOMAS BEECHAM, Bart. __, _May 6 and 7 MISCHA ELMAN Evenings, 8:30-MicHni Beach Municipal Aud. ^•"ty Evenings, 8:30-Dade County Aud. SAVE BY SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS I Jj'*' *'•.. *1*.50, $15, *1 %  mi B ch • Fir,t St Atmdon'i 213 Oir.ld. Ave. I Wa,h „ ,0r Um> •*' %  "" Beach %  dt0 Co W '"na,o„ Avt Lmeo|n „„„ Temple Emanu-El, and Mrs. Louis Cohen, of North Shore Jewish tenter, will concentrate on "Torah Fund Reminders," "Profits of Gift and Book Shops," will be presented by Mrs. Sam Altaian and Mrs. Morris Moskowitz. of Zamora Jewish <


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Pcge 6 B ^^utf^rkSlan Frido 3n tlte^ealm of Society \$to*f*€*/4fatt*\ K Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dasher were i their nephew. Jack Ll.barman. Jack £? bw t U % l attend market week of the Southern FashL ?"J^ C Souci hotel. hash,on E *hibHoft^Jack presented a specialty line of misna A*~. with Queen Mode, of Miami He is aU u tf ,?*** and i which frequently has entries in racing events here H QtffCaT HMf OFFfCMl Michaal Clain was graduated from Miami nu June. His parents. Mr. and Mr.. R.obin £ h Hii4 friends that he will serve as president of Tail KM '*** the University of Florida in Gainesville Pl **! Michaal was recently elected to the office at tcrnity pledge class. a m <*'ui{<( SHI'S 6ITT/WC WILL NOT IS ON TKAVH I A A".";s lla Krcuss [hi Claire's Fiance Was Violinist \ wedding in the near futim is for Ma l 'laire Krau • %  and i : Scha< hne oi Los Angeli Their ei ment is announced I •. I 1 ts oi !!.•• bride elect, • : Mrs. Nate Krauss, 1587 II ridian ave id ithe son of Mrs V i hne ''i Los \i i It and the l te Sol Si hachi lla attended the i 'nivi rsi oi participated in the Theater productions there id is a former concert violin•ill attended the I n versity of them i alifon \: present, the co %  in c. ifornia with David's mother. Aiits Joan Kandcl Miss Kandcl Will Wed Mcd Stuclcnl \i Ithaca, N v. last summer, Ji an K;.i del met the man she is planning t<> marry "' the fall of l. 56 iic IStanley Worton of New Vi rk < itj a i iv luate ol Cornell 1 nivei sitj now attending medical ol in Basel. Switzerland M d rnell he belonged to Tau la Phi fn • I Cornell So< ietj l!.' is the i Mrs Ruth !' Worti n ol New York Joan is the daughter ol Mr and ris .' Kandel, DOS North Venetian also shared honors as hostSCMOOL BILLS KING OUT fOK THCA1 Susan and Ronald Lipton are hark at school after sp_ ] summer months with their parents, the Joseph M. Liptom,of| i 47th st. Susan is a sophomore majoring in journalism at H and Ronald is a senior at Harvard, where he is specialitinc *] of economics. Mrs. Lipton has just returned from Boston 'My annual J says, speaking of her holiday. Jo*'* president of Dade Federal and Loan. Blind Date Rings In Wedding Bells \ blind date brought Sh r Lee %  )' M ireu • and Robert Owen Gerta ler The.; i men! 1 • • I bj her pan • I Mi • 'i Mrs In ing E Marcus, 5241 )V rth Baj rd Miami Beach. Mi-Marcus attended Miami ]' %  ach High, Drexel Private S< hoo! •' the University ol Miami re -he was a member <>f the 1 nn, Te ichers ol America and '* tics club Mr Cert/, -on of Mrs .1 G i'/ 2329 s\v 22nd tar and the 1 % %  %  c ib Gertz, graduated from i: i ; niversitj of Miami He is %  ient of the Meal (enter Stoi c The wedding will take place -\ \ 13 at Temp;,' Kmar. ; Kl Miss Marlene Michael Couple Who Met On Plane to Wed A i Temple Israel Getting off a plan together in New York Marlene IVnia Michael met Robert M. Bader They will be married Saturday in Temple Israel Marlene, who lives at 7865 s\v 57th st., is a student at the University of Miami She is a member of the Newman club, Future Teachers of America and a junior counselor She attended schools m New York and Las Vegas, Ne> where her mother. Mrs Pearl Florence Michael, lives Mr Bader. a former resident of N< n York graduate I t >m I M and Cornell graduate school in industrial labor relations. He served in World War II and %  as a first lieutenant in the para troopers Be is %  member of the Florida and American Bar As itions and iteaching, business law at I \i Mr Bader is a member of the Masons Beth David Teacher To Wed in New York Louis Gadon. a member of the Beth David religious school teaching staff for the past 18 years, will be married on Sundav. Oct. 16, 1955 to Miss Lillian Kolodny. of New York City. The wedding will take place at 1 the Society for the Advancement ,of Judaism m New York City. After the wedding, the Gadons will spend a short honeymoon in the New York area and return to Miami where thev will reside at 1552 S\V 7th st HIMT CMAt GABUIJtS miAMIAN MTUftNfD Marvin and Judy Rosenberg have moved into their wi I 6210 Maynada. She's the former Judy Edelman, and the i been married one year. They're spending most of their sparel household furnishing jaunts. Mrs. Samoa I Curst spent five months at her summer! Avon Lake, O Vacation time's over, and she's back at Ml a! st.. Miami. VITAL STATISTICS ... ON TNI KOAD The Ray Chislings, of the Waverly Arms are welcomingtajf of two new additions to their family. The twins will be] Susan and Gary Richard. Erhel and Ray also have a daughter, Jody. Proud grandparents are the I. L. Minhan Mrs, Herbert Silver has left for Clemson House, where she will be at the American Camping Association the southeastern section. She plans to attend workshops I directors in leadership and programming While there, 4 visit Camp Osccola. Horse Shoe, N.C., of which she is The Silvers reside at 7536 Buccaneer ave. Treasure Island principal of the new Treasure Island School there. Prominent Local Clubwoman Elected to National Board Parents Announce Miss Oshens' Troth Therea -parkier on thfl • r, left hand, oi Louise ElixaeUi Oshins Her engagement to M irahall Newman la an iced by her parents, Mr and Alan Victor Oshins, of 1375 NE 153rd st Her fiance il the son of Mr. and M < Julius Newman, of 15350 NE 1 ave He formerly lived in Chicago and attended Hertzal Junior college in Chicago and University ol Miami school of enginecril The couple met at the North Miami Young Adults Club when the future bride was secretary of the club. She formerly lived in New York. Skit Due at Show Treal in store for the Women's Grou P "' ,l '" PTaglar Granada "nit> Centei at their next meeting will be a -kit called "The Queen's New I lothes" writ '; bj v.Phil Schii u m '!;'• "* will he the women ol Magler Granada, who will demonstrate their own creations Meeting Will take place on Thursday evening. Oc-t 20. Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg. prominent local clubwoman, has just been elected to the national board Oi the National Women's Committee of Brandeis ; I'niversity at Waltham. Mass. She presently is serving her third term as president of the Greater Miami chapter. | Only 60 women in the United States are chosen from about 90 chapters throughout the country to serve on this board. Mrs. Ginsburg this week said "I feet this honor is recognition of the outstanding work of our Greater Miami chapter, and the fact that I was elected for a three year term is manifestation of the work and achievement of the many loyal and hard working members of the Brandeis chapter here. Ruth is a graduate of the University of Chicago and was active in PTA. club and Temple work in that city In Miami, in addition to her work with Brandeis unce itinception, she has been vice president of Miami Beach High School PTA. and of Temple | EmanuF.I Sisterhood, secretary of Hadassah chapter and of Henl group of Hadassah Ruth is J man of the Jewish Music Festival of Greater! Jewish Community (enters More than 700 women belong to tbe Women's Committee in the Miami area, | from 40 members when the club rtarWmj five years ago. Of these. 126 are M*"j| addition, about 50 men here are associate i of Brandeis University itself .. Mrs. Ginsburg's daughter. Barbara u*" junior at Brandeis college. Four other *BI Dade county are enrolled there. The Ginsburg family moved her 5!^" eight years ago, and immediately bci !" community affairs. Mr Ginsburgs civic" ments comprise a long list, both here and" The Ginsburg's son. Edwin, is a junior a Beach High School. ^ As though her work with B^V^ enough to fill one woman s time. F J Ginsburg is active in Mt Sina. ^""V.^ She is also program chairman of M !" of Jewish Women. Births in Greater Mi i* Physicians' Wives Physician 1 Wbm Club of Greater Miami will hold its annual membership (offee on Friday noon. Oct. 14. at the home of Mrs. Edmond Canst, 3031 South Miami ave. Mrs. William Wickman. president, and her executive committee will act as hostesses. MT. SINAI HOSPITAL Mr and Mrs Herbert Saks, daughter, (u-t 3. Mr. and Mrs Murray Sisselman son. Oct. 1. •Mr and MrMonroe Gitelson daughter. Sept 26 Mr and Mrs Maurice Rich. son. sept 26 Mr. and Mrs Marvin Pearlman son. Sept. 23. daughter. Sept. 23. d.ug r hte a r nd S p 7. ST 0 G ,dStein IdfTli Mr and Mrs. Jerry Green, son. Sept 20. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Hausman, son. Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mendelstein, daughter. Sept. 19. Mr and Mrs. Paul Klein, daughter. Sept. 19. Membwr 7M Duo Louise Brandeis chapter of American Jewish Congress will open its membership drive with a meriibcr-bnng-member" tea at the Algiers hotel on Thursday afternoon. Oct. 20. In charge of reservations are Esther Hollander and Jerry Friedland. rz**-*



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*J**tel>fk>rSdHam jbr 141955 ^^M mm SESSION or Y JAR Gimbel Opens Her Home to Leaders H Page 7B i,,,* served Friday Oct. 21 at the home I rimbel 945 North Shore dr., to honor tore than GO women's organizations in cimbel as hostess will be her I Gabriel Heattjr. Ml went i' he fl,st m P rtant Planning %  the year-'round Women's Division of the tori Jewish Federation, At this time the I name overall committees to function | n cxi month in arranging the Division's L| educational conferenc e on Nov. 30 ere Officers of the division will be installed on this Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of the educational committee, will preside at the "coffee" and lslT£: /'"TV Wi th ,he UM %  Son to Israel, she is scheduled to leave on Oct 26 w^nrV n ng Lehr "i an cha,rman t the year-round ZTZl^r 10 ^ dCSCnbes lhc allda >' inference in November as "a means of disseminating practical knowledge and understanding of our community m sti utions and a presentation telling how an individual can best serve and develop with these welfare agencies "*" c sab Plans functions biiami chapter of Ha; board meeting Lning, Oct. 17. at the Lei. with Mrs Oscar S. {chairman ol the board %  lord Jacobson, cducajinaior. will incorporate iicn program at each Lung, with membera R participating. tussion in a scries of f* presented by Mrs. ( Daniel Sternfeld, president of the:! Stephen S. Wise group of Hadassah, and will be Cased on Rufus Learaf'a book, Fulfillment.'• : %  K> Mrs. Louis C. King and Mrs IN sie Freeman will be hosttnea to the Henrietta Szold cUacuaMon group, when they meet at the home of Mrs. Freeman, 2054 Prairie ave., on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 10. Guest speakers will be Frank Freeman and Thoman Kent, who; will talk on "Jews We Met in South America." • Henrietta Szold group of Hadassah will hold an evening card party at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday. Oct. 25. Mrs. Joseph Alexander is in charge of reservations. SM, UN Feature At Sisterhood Tea Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual membership tea Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19, at the synagogue. Mrs. Samuel Badanes, member-'' Z^l>, Davis is membership oi a Miami Beach B'nai B'rith, brunch on morning at the AlMel. She will present nbers with a gold MeMrs. Abe Swartz, will assisr in the Ition. Program includes Sisters Under the Skin," I by Mrs. William Kline. chairman is Mrs. HerlOABLE DOMESTIC HELP l*BLE DAY WORKERS Employment Service $ PH. 9 8401 rilP_ENBERG. Own.r %  WAN NURSING & "VAUSCENT HOME *U TW CAJfS *• M Charge ,*' %  Rates fc"r in Car P* llrictly Observed F**like Surroundings joking Boy **•*• Boyshore Place V1NC BERLIN M *niifrofors Mrs. Eis Gimbel Bureau Executives Wi!l Meet Mondav Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers will be hosts to the executive board of the Bureau of Jewish Education at the first meeting of the newly elected board in their home. 802 West DiLido dr.. DiLido Iale, Monday evening, Oct. 17. Board includes the following delegates>at-large elected at the board of (Iirectors meeting Oct. 3: Col. Dudley D. Brodie, Ben Zion Ginshurg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr. Philip Gotlieb. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Seymour B. Liebman, Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. Jess Spirer, Bernard Stevens and Dr. Isaac Unterman. Officers of the Bureau are Louis Heiman, Max Meisel and Benjamin Meyers, honorary presidents; Harry Simonhoff, Israel Shapoff, Joseph Duntov, honorary vice presidents; Matilda H. Ratner, president; Harold Thurman, Sol Goldman, Sam Prosterman, vice presidents; Charles E. Gottlieb, secretary; and Ehiel Lesowoder, treasurer. ship vice president, and co-chairmen Mrs. Max Bergman and Mrs. Sam Leviten announce that Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will address the gathering. Mrs. Herbert E. Scher will give the invocation. A parody entitled "Alice Through Temple Doors" will highlight the afternoon's activities. Mrs. Louis Schwartzman Wednesday said that the following will participate in the program: The Mesdames Charles Gropper, Harold Pont, Richard Herold, Max (Jacobson. Joe Rosen, Jack Emmer, Morton Biegal, Jack Toppel, Harvey Cohen and Harold Berney. 1 In observance of United Nations Day, to be celebrated Oct. 27, Mrs. Max Gettinger, social action chair, man, will review outstanding UN ] achievements during the past ten I years. Junior Sisterhood Revealed At Beth Jacob Congregation Mrs. Mai Englander this week revealed a plan to organize a junior sisterhood at Beth Jacob Congregation. Initial plans were formed at her home by a committee consisting of 'Mrs. Leo Meyer. Mrs, Tibor H. : Stern. Mrs. Aaron Lerner, Mrs. Martin Genet and Mrs. Rayner. The junior sisterhood will co'ordinate their social and cultural j functions together with the Men's I Club of the Congregation. The Men's Club of the congre] gation is now in formation under | the chairmanship of Harvey Tendler. Annual membership Luncheon Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation will hold its annual membership luncheon at the home of Mrs. Isidore Friedman. 4504 Sheridan ave., on Wednesday noon, Oct. 19. Speaker will be Rabbi H. Planned at Beth Israel Louis Rottman, Beth Israel spiritual leader. Otficers of the group are Mrs. I. Friedman, president; Mrs. L. Cooke, vice president; Mrs. A. Kratish, treasurer; Mrs. J. Zemel, secretary. 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Page 8 B f-Jmi^ncridiar Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the will hold Friday evening services Weekly Portion of the Law ;il 5:30. Saturdnv morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Tiber Stern will AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW preach on the topic: "Gaaasia tor INSTITUTE will hold Friday Good and Evil." Cantor Maurice nin.i! services at i. Saturday niornMhea will render the musical ing services are at <> Rabbi Isaac portion oi the liturgy. Shalos SeuEver will preach on the Weekly is scheduled for 5:45. followed by host.s. Daily services are at 7:30 Maariv Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. |a.m. and 6 p.m. Slindaj services • will be at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. BETH EL CONGREGATION will | BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will will hold Friday evening servicehold Fridaj evening serviceat at 5:40 Saturday morning services 8:15 Rabbi Leon Kroiush will are at 9. Rabbi II. Louis Rottman i preach on the topic: 'Service Be will Officiate and preach on the gins When the Service End-" 01 Weckb Portion of the Law Class lht \i ,-.,. :i '.1111 %  K6arard Kk TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 Chaw B l-il-ral n.il.ln |.,„, Kitml-l, i • : K i I. n I i TEMPLE EMANUEL htngtOII .1 \ % %  POW — rV-tlTt Rabbi living Philip iiiiinoiwi BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONOREOATION-'I'H^II \Vii I lu.il..\ lt.il,l>| J„. -rial R Racked -k\ HEBREW ACADEMY ''1'illi -I Orthodox RaMM Alexatiil| KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION —141'. RuolM aw. i n I hotel Rabbi i, n.,h i • i %  iplan '.in'r MM aham TORAH TEMPLE' W \m.ili;in Jiiilalsm Ralililn Abraham ami i,.'i CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER'> I l.llral. Canloi Irving Robinson ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II EaJBOra a \ %  • i'• .HM-M .itlvr. rUl>lil I! n Hurwlti Canloi Rudolph mill DOWNTOWN MIAMI ave. Orthodoj N\V n i .1 v(irlhuilnx Hnlil.l LAUDERDALE 4lh aw Con. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridaj evening services at SETH EMETH CONGREGA8:18 Rabbi B Leon Hiirwn/ will TION will hold Fridaj eveninj ate and preach on the U 7 no Herbert Buch "Spiritual Maturity." Hosts at the •' will ofl insisted bj the Oneg Shabbat will be Mr and Mrs. %  w i ll follow Jerome Lieberman. Saturdaj honor "t new members Saturmorning servicea are at 8:30 Stui morning services arc at 9:30 art. son oi Mr and Mr.Jerome Lieberman, will become Bar MitzTEMPLE S'INAI oi Hollywood \-' h Cantor Rudolph Brill will renwill hold Fridaj evening services der the musical portions of the Ml 3d with Rabbi David Shapiro "' %  officiating and discussing: 'The 1 : in the Bible KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGANam< eremony will honor TlONAL will hold Fridaj cwning Irea Jo, daughter oi Mr and serv ic*s at 5:15. Saturday morning I SimonCantor Ye"'' "'" M MO Rabbi Jonah lah Heilbraun will render the|C"P'' B Wl preach on the topic. ical p ions oi the liturgj ""' '""•' ^'• i What Was He .it follows, with Mr Like?" Cantor Abraham Seif wil Mi Simons as hosts Satur officiate Special class conducted ervices are at 0 b j ,h ,i;ihl meets at 9 p.m Min TER will hold Friday evening serv,^__^____ (h; Ul l,( al 5:30, with Maariv ices at 8 15 Itabbi Henry Okolica *' Wm aaV ""lot W iH preach on the topic "A New .*_ Beginning." Cantor Maurice Neu SIDE Abr the the Soviet Union." Cantor Albert tl will render the musical norTinai .. Subject of the -emion .mud precedes the BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION I r.. k. HOLL YWOOD and FT TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOO7 Mowpa -t Moll i "..n-ri \ .il \\ • %  Rabbi Sniim.l I.. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD MM l'..!k at., H.,llvw.,.l fllSHBI IS t i \ %  Rabbi I>avld Hhaplro Cantor Tahudah Hellbraun TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALEisul Bouth Andrrwx nviI I i .a. •l.i'. Reform Rabbi MarliN I'.an-nri HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 MR lath -i Raform RabM .i>'>-|ih Naret, R Mi 1 Kaplan Rabbi Bmaritoa Cantor Jacob Bornatela TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER :.(W North Ml.iml av i*on rrvatlw Rabbi t bra ha in Heraon Pantoi Albarl I;IMIHZ NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION UBS] \ \\ ITih .,. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER" H \\ I-I n| I .... I i NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER I :.. %  Wl I DUtl hWJ %  .n-. I % ;i I i w | \". II NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION l-.IM -I ., n.l .. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATIO". W.,v I ,%, BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE OKS S\V Rabbi s %  I %  BETH EL CONGREGATION MM. BW ITih i i T > k i' inlor I... ISRAELITE CENTER 1198 SVV :l|i, i Halkoa MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 11 ul i Till, d Ra bbl Simon \;,i 11 WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER -5T20 BW ITlli i Aid. W • M-: mil Orthoaoa Rabb itlrv i!.iia,i Uorton BW rjii, rvatlv*. i 8:30 Rabbi Leo H. : ; n "'^-Th^rN Ju n'"r service? *^ 5 am M'nchai • l l al s "v.ces win b, J P* 1 T CORAL 0*411$ ja, !?h Vour P 4 m ^ Sabbat win (OHO,* 11 jormng .s ervices ^ Robert, son of M r J. and Mrs Roberl JJ •^come Bar MitoaB 'ng Robinton will £ musical portions of ^ with the choir under the-J "Robert Strassbur* 3 follows. HEBREW ACADAMY A Friday evening senic JT Saturday morning servKti j 9. Michael, son of Mr aK Aaron Resnick, will bj Mitivah Rabbi Alexander | will preach on the Weekjji tion Mincha is at 515 u-j lowed by Shalos Seudoi | services are at 7:30 am. a| p.m.. with Sunday mornaf ices scheduled for 8. Mrs I.evin-nn ;ilu.-ts Saturday 1 Saturday morning services are at 9. morning services are at 9 Stephen, Annual consecration of new pupils son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burke. | in the religious school will take and Samuel, son of Prof and Mrs I place Rabbi Irving Lehrman will I Herman Meyer, will become Bar Mitivah. The Sense <>f Shame." Mincha will rVollcowsfcyr Unveiling M v I. %  l L t K 1ft I |l 2 P III KY RABBI Mr.' West ai Ike %  %  Miam Greenberg Unveiling Thr n ol .i Men M< %  tha IMC if-. ENBI RC 1010 S.W 10TH A'. ENl'l i< lii r.^'i.i tu ..\ laal I I U'dl uh,e plair si NDAH I >i roaaa 16TH I : W r > l: JO p "i. i Ml s is U Ml M.IRIM PARK Cl Ml I I HY until RMIIII S T. SWIR-KY .'• Mr Greenberg n turvived by inwife, So| • Savannah; iv.u daughtera, MrSara SiemDerg. .il-n ol Savannah, and Mi I Roy, iii Lakewopd, N I.; and two song, Charles, of 9t md Kcnry, of Miami Arr, ngementi are in chargi Miami Monument Priendi and ntlattvea arc aaked i" attend discuss "We Build for Tomorrow." Cantor Philip Brummer will renj der the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the i NORTH DADE JEWISH CENchapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. ISRAELITE CENTER will hold I Friday evening services at 6. Satj urday morning services are at 8:30. )E: CENTER In [ n ? T H ?.w m 5T h '' n, U "' <] f ,(,r,lons Rabb, Morton Malavsky will preach 'ning tSwie n" ? "turgy Saturday service. „ n the topic: "BeKinninK Again." • topic: The AT., BSfj a ^"SSt Wrt-?* Si RAPHAEL will hold Friday urgy. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., folCONRECA-'followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily scheduled io,.^,,,,, -Vi'7" l 1 1 l"~ ,,i ^ <'~ me service aw 8 ,i .v,„ "*•"••" a Kuan Morris Shop's sermon is "What ,:;.'; """' h !" "' OTn M ; „ 6 pi. .-dlovsed by sJI! a • • Seudos Mr and Mrs Joseph BwarU will IK> boatl Daily serviceare at 7 a m and 6 p m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER schedules earl) Fridaj tve at 6 Opening late Fridaj evening services will he held at 8:15 pm with Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu offkiatina -Subject ol the sermon il ,, -, ThinyFirst Stephen S Wise aervicei will be at 7:30 a.m. and 15 minutebefore sundown. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTIR will hold Friday evening services at 5:45. Saturday morning services are at On the "go^rou the-clock...Recc Kilowatt's SunfService Electric helps you get (ho doneFASTER.-BETI!...CHEAPER! j.JJ-4 FLORIDA POWER ^• LIGHT COMPah MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will bold Fridav evening aervicea at 6 Saturday morning lervieea are at 8:30 Harvey, aon nt Mr and Mrs. Frank group of Radastah will act as host Sa,z Wl bocor ne Bar Mitzvah 'ss at the oneg Shabbat Cantor ^ nUiT Berele Kelemer vr\l\ render Edward Klein will render the mumusical portions „f the litur sieal Portiona oi th< liturgy Eli Rv Rabhl Simori April will offiSamiieldireeta the choi, SaturC a, C ,as> in Mishna is at 5:30 day morning aervicea are at 845 pni ,); lv ,-rvi '^ will tnat 7-to Steven, -on oi Mr. and Mrs Eman ; m and 6 P %  ue Silveratein, will becoma Bar J^tephei, -on of Mr. and Mrs. sundown Saturday"L^ng' Ji WM are at 8 30 Rabbi S T Swir sky Will preach on the topic: The BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Opportunity for a New Beginning o.?* o L lay v n in ^ "Wvleea ^ an,or Louii (Jartcnhauwill r „. !L i. B f. rbara daunhter of M. • -' ""' muaical portioni and MrCourtney Lavinaon, will ll,l '^> Junior services are at 10 I become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Yaaa m in Yeahiva Hall kov Rosenberg will officiate and [discuss -Fact or Fiction" Oneg | Shabbat will follow, with Mr and TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold hriday evening services at 6 p.m. CHEVROLET, PHONE 9-6441 1055 W FLAGLER MghtSewice 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. PHONE 64-2626 can shop forantwC' 1 LUBY FOR LESS! you Sl < 7JJU.



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October 14. 1955 • 'Jmitiirkridi&n Jjar ^/Vtitzvah Samuel Meyer to Be Bar Mitzvah Samuel Mark Meyer will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturdaj morn iB| -CIXKCS. Oct. 15, of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David spiritual leader, will olfi ciate. Samuel is the son of Prof and Mrs. Herman Meyer, of 2470 SW 24th st., Miami. An eighth grade student at Shcnandoah Junior High School he attends Beth David religious school and is scribe of Bay Scout Troop 89. A reception honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held at 1100 Miller dr., Coral Gables, on Sunday. Among guests will be Samuels grandparents. Mrs. Anna Notarius and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Meyer, of Miami. Michael I .''*>• V m l J t / In Ardniorr f[ Roy Grossman, son of nd Mis. LOUIS Grossman. |Nautilus dr., will become (itzvah on Saturay mornct. 15, at Temple Beth Rabbi Leon Kronish Sciate. LONGDISTANCE I0VERS DAILY PICK-UPS [fork, New Jersey, Philok Baltimore, Washington, I, leston, Providence — oil points. DIAL JE 8 8353 RETURN LOAD RATES LIEBERMAN & SONS J>5 COLLINS AVE Dode fonuments, Inc. "23 S.W. 8th STREET 'hone HI 4-2018 M Exclusively to trw Jewish Clientele nb Monument Dealers Open House Will Fete Harvey Satz Harvey Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Satz. 1884 SW 15 it, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 15. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah attends Shcnandoah Junior mmiKmtmaimmat High School Be is in the band, chairman of the Youth Guidance \-MKi,ition anc is active in sport,. !W^B>^| Harvey attends^ *^ 1 "* the religious Harvey Khoo] of the Miami Hebrew j Schools and Congregation, where ; he is junior cantor. He will con •' duct services, read the weekly Tor tion and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate, Mr. and MrSat/, will honor their son with an open bouse OB Sunday. Out-of-town guests will include ICisa 11. Miidman. Milwaukee, V. is ; Mr. and Mrs. B. Maidinan. New Rochelle. NY.; and Mr. H. Maidman, Hartford, Conn. Out-of Town Guests to Honor Michael Resnick Michael Bruce Beanfck, ton „f' Mr. and Mrs Aaron u snK k 45J NW 45th ave., Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Oct. 15. at the II''brew Acad iiny Rabbi Al, exander s Qroai will officiate T. I Bar Mitz vah will conduct tho faftueai gen lew a n rl will read t h e com plete Sabbath portion from the Scroll. Michael, an eighth grade student at the Academy, received an award as the schools finest athlete. He has been an active Little League baseball player, having been selected for the Southern AllStar team, with the highest hitting average. Following the services. Kicldush will be held at the Academy in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Mr. Resnick is manager of the EUtZ-Plaza hotel, Miami Beach. A reception and dinner dance will be held in Michael's honor on Sunday, Oct." 16, at the Ritz-Plaza. Michael's maternal grandparents are the .Joseph Steinbergs, oi Miami Beach. His paternal grandparents arc the Charles Resnicks, of Miami, formerly of Springfield. MasOut-of-town guests include Mr. Choral Group to Meet Choral Group of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will resume its activities at a coffee rchearaal at the home of Mrs Irving B. Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo dr. on Tuesday morning, Oct. 18 Cantor Samuel Kelemer, of Beth Sholom. is the group's directorAccompanist is Hy Pried, Temple organist. Mrs Kaplan, president of Sisterhood, announces the appointment oi lira Harry A. Gordon achairman "t the group. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 Pago 9B j and Mrs. Leonard Sorkin. Alan Sorberg, of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and i kin, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs WilMrs Sam Resnick and daughter [ham Rosenberg and daughters, of Gai1 £ philade| P hia "' Sarah !„. Walker and Mrs. Ida Winograd. ot Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Regina SteinNew York. YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED fifcr... RALPH F. MILES Your 111 ALE All rnuin-i.ii.aii Pull Lever 23A October 25th I'.l Pol I •JON ROONNTAT^I METAL WORKS VOTE VOll I MSiMiSSMW Your roiiiH-ilmau of IIIALEAII CARMINE J. PIESCO (Your Vote Appreciated) Pull Lever 27A October 25th i IM Pol. A"\ you in Hialeah... BYRD B. DUKE OUR CMJNCHMAN Pull Lever 12A October 25th With DIGNITY X.a,,


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V \. Page 10 B *J f ni*fifkvrtifeHn IJOX Gi TTERMAX — Frid y. Oc^, Composer Bernstein in Top Assignment The most sought after film musk assignment in motion picture history has just been won by a virtual unknown among compilers. Elmer Bernstein, a 33 year-old brilliant Bronx born protege of some of the music world's lead ing teachers, has been chosen by Cecil B DeMiUe to prepare the score for the life story ol Mosei dramatized in DeMUle's work, "The Ten Commandments Bernstein -no relation td the internationally known composer conductor, Leonard Bernstein, with whom in ifrequently coni d because ot their remarkably similar backgrounds will have il);' co" | portunity to compose the music tor sui h mentous Biblical v \ crit-<. depicted in the film, as the moment when MUM [j| the burning bush hears the voice ol God; the terror-filled plaguevisited noon the Pharoah and his people, 'he nitio movement toward freedom of the Kxodus; the parting and closing of the Red Sea .in.I the actual giving of the Ten Coir, mandments upon Mount Sinn Because of its opportunity for the creation of music "I major *11 mensions, the assignment has been a prize eyed bj the mosl talented of present day film music composen and bj the noted composers who never before had expressed inti resl In preparing music lor the screen DeMUle's decision to place the musical future ol his film the biggest motion ever n in the talented hands ol Bernstein, came alter he had careful!) studied the young man's work OVCT a period Ol months by having him compose preliminar) music requiring an cient Egyptian and Hebrew, themes ;is will as supervising the | orchestrations for and actual manner of playing musical instruments which have been a forgotten part of the art for hun dradl ol yean Bernstein also conducted the studio orchestra for folk dances and court dances recorded as part of the action of the meat religious drama. Bernstein's previous film mu steal assignments number only a scant half dozen: He composed the music tor Sudden Fear'' and three other tdnis. the work on the ballet for the film of the milsteal show "Oklahoma" and on the music tor <\.u\ic sequences in the new Danny Kayo picture. The Court .lostor." Incidental music by Bernstein was also heard through Mary Martin's memorable Broadway production oi "Peter Pan." ON THE IP agg**^'* •* • • MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN Rider Marcus. 387 pp Society of America. $4.00. "J.lil), JfWS 177S.1I4S V.| By HILARY MINDLIN erature. perpetual nwUon-m^ei* the same high standards and stalwart .,,,tp u t 0 f belles ItttJd MULL worn: Barney's Testimony Disconcerts Columnist Millionoi people in the I I 51 %  have a d< i p respect tor Barney Ross, both for his accomhments as a former heavyweight ; ind for Inh ism in fighting during the war The-. .,•-(• -haii'.I bj columnist, and [or that reason, this wriier feels it important to raise a question with Rosa re scent testimony beS< i ate subcommittee Investigating the question ol narcoti< Headlines in the various papers reporting Ross' testimony said Ross had urged the death penalty lor dope smugglers and peddlers (except those in the business t > get the drugs for their own use ARoss jj ported to have put it. such ; pie should be hung immediate Now Ross has a very personal Barney foil At hand is Volume I of a proposed three v„i m American Jews" for the period 1775 1865, ., selertkTJ ^ that most fascinating type of source materianSl? moirs Dr. Jacob Marcus, founder and director of the* Archives of the Hebrew Union Coll. t'incinnati inri two-volume "Early American Jewry." a uo many people who become ensnared in the habit. Yet calling for extension of OTHERS WILL undoubtedly he new acquaintances. Tin tellectual Joseph Lyons, sick and bitter at nineteen, questk diary traditional Judaism. Meet Raphael Jacob Mose>. a kill 'CM story to tell, as he told it before the committee. He told how he himself fell victim to the drug habit to ease pain suffered from his war wounds, and through a courageous fight back, he licked it. It is therefore understanding MIL TOX FRIEMMAX — Soviet Attitude Hypocritical lirit of Geneva has bro ighl benefits to manv countries hut new communist polices have prove I worse for the Jewthan am i ,„. muni-t action since the Nazi-Soviet pact A favor eiopment since .lie Geneva < | ,. been a g ( n P '' f %  %  "** %  ] '-"sion. staving Off the possibility iSTn T C S '-" e ,U -" ar,m <' n M %  has relaU so me what in its headlong pursuit of Aral. League friendship Egypt's arms ea w l h „ lrnt CMchosiovUi. has demonstrated the "truth o, been saying all along—that the Arabs cant be counted on areliable allies of the free world ample, where there is widespread Sou,hern gentleman: romantic, sentimental. The South pressure to abolish the killing of been reconstructed after the War; Mosei never eat .. in human beings by the state. calling card still read: 'Major Raphael J Moses, CiA, !" Many have pointed out time | A ]ova Jew one-time Floridian. and foremost Hebrew at | and time again that the use of and in he politics of the Southern StateMoses wu ate I more to joker and a bit wild, in his youth Chafing at a two-yearn *J period, he enlisted his father's aid. Said his father to the zirl'ij "If you knew my son as well as I know him. you would boa| never stuck to anything two years in his life, and if you i marry Eliza, you had better let him marry her now Thei took place in record time. Then there was Louis Stix, so busy becoming one of the! lionaires that, entering a saloon, he sat down at the same I father, without observing him. This made him so ind certing to see such a noted Jew-1 And many others, each individual, stamped their per-onalitiai ish sportsman as Barney Rossi black (depending on business) on the pagei calling for immediate hangings. Humorous and dour, greenhorns and social leaders, ba and a Senate committee seriously gogues and plantations, losing a horse, a business, I thinking of recommending an child—and starting all over again—they were Jew-, and 1 ease the conscience of a that cannot find any successful way of coping with its problems. Certainly the use of capital punishment against dope peddlers will not solve the drug problem or cure those who are sick. Meanwhile, it is diseonamendment of the law to this effect. all. NEXT WEEK: Volume II of "Memoirs of Amerkfl **] IHHUS >//!/{ — Israel's Oil Find Embarrasses Washing! Some officials in Washington who chided Israel for spending "a lot of money drilling for oil on a wildcat basis" will feel pretty embarrassed now thai oil has been di-covcrcd in Israel, after all. Drillir I Th. A S?P" h ""' nmunist world .-trade not gut manned m^tSE-* ^iF"" SU1p Wh re Conununi *ns and Unks, '"' !" <* proapecting for metals were' described cUque y dSSs "-' T' n ^ ^ r n,c • peace io„n, Commu <"•><• •"-'> • ; the 2.000 000 "the debit side" of Israels do ,.cts ,,s It athe champion ol the oppressed and friend "'h'Pment program. But a few days after their re":'; Y arn ^.000.000 Egyptians against less than ** "•" submitted to Congress-even before memberof Congress had had the opportunity to reud it— the news came that Israel had struck oil. EtSTVta nJ?"" Ver> Sam w ** hi "*" Pta also said in rns wer.'en 2Sf JKL?* *£* S mC eo ^ r ,ron man w her num "7' X* '" h, r mUk had been found in "rael. the HI was her Dumber Indications were that the mines could not be worked Kremlin policj makers. In bid to spUl the Arab l* a West, have indicted a cynical disregard for the fate ot Israel reminiscent ol State Department expedient in wh free to Iraq despite Iraq's open insistence that brae one enemy The ,,,<•, i >„,,, f y L | commercially There will be little wonder if their the strue m .K? 1 !" raeI m e state, where the largest capital_ accum in the hands of labor mlM* | gj cf "retarding effect" on the development try. Communists are putting weapons n the hands of what Jack London might have called an 'iron heel government. It is as fascistic as anv m the world. Last year the Cairo regime murdered a number of voung Jewish men and women who were vaguely charged with treason Other Jews were accused of -Communist subversion Soviet propaganda denounces revahchist elements in West Cer many and questions the presence of ex-Nazis in important Bonn Government positions. Completely overlooked, however, is the shipment of munitions to Egyptian leaders like Nasser who opposed the Allies when' Nazi Field Marshal Rommel threatened Egypt. TCx-Nazi officers are! training the Egyptian Army SS men are known to have counselled the so-called "self sacrifices," Egyptian raiders who sneak into Israel at night for sabotage and murder. The Cominform will thus facilitate the destruction of Jews who might have escaped Hitler. NUBA MSKl — Scientists, Explorers Invade the Negev W.th the opening in Beersheba of one of Israel's now £ llr' bu,ldin 8* "w kind of people will Neaev hK ** '" '.' P ,cturesa capital of the Anm Bedou-n^lL" f r the surro nding tribes of ?£? ,n &*** and her specialists exStini:; pl r? ing 1 ,hf na,ur *' >^ o* the soutn win make their homes there The building is hostel for people with know-how. put up by the United HIAS Service which has done 2taT n V y ? he P ^ abSOrb her thouMnd8 ^^e^he moderately p,,d can afford. Lacking good hotels and with a P 01 0 ""'*, ,o c*J Beersheba was in the past hard K ^ tors and temporary resident*. ie ^ quate homes for comfort-iowna g The townsfolk are ep|y T" wh0 uge* head of the United HIAS Sen we. ^ Beersheba's mayor. DavidI Tuw^ fin ,i idea of erecting such a noMe' m y moved in a few days R ana udy J full up." predicted the ,oui ^f huge building. Each of ,h l rooms accommodates two P^^t* there ^ a couple of single rooou -.^.^ mi, w.h kacne



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14. 1955 7rm *kwi*tFI*riHli„ NOTICE \ '^ 0 L U C'BCUIT T Sf K" '"^ND FOR DADE LEGAL NOTICI Page 11 B IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERV. No. 183671 JOKKMI II. WII.KIXS, P laintiff CUftADBLX. K V.i %  n '!• %  ... Florida: II Township .ordlnf I '" •"' .... I.. of ih' '.,,' ,,. ,.n.i.,nts. i'c-BV PUBLICATION CE "swiftNER. no! known l i the miIni by, u:l. I' K-BB. ADDRESS: ',' ,, utl inieresl In, or .'i, real nri<< rtj h< rein I ,; .hereof, ; ...i. I ounty, TOTIFTRI1 foi I >i\ orce oi. -• ri• I \ ...i tRK 'omplaint W • %  I" I'll ;i i o|.\ of your answer to the I '.ill ul on the plaintiffs nttrne> ROYAL KI..M;>; JONAS. \Z\ I.. Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original antiwar in tinurn,, ..< tinClerk of Lh < :in ult Court on or before the ith day of November, 1953, in default of which the Blfl of Complaint win itaken as confessed against you. DATED this Hid day of October 1: B LKATHERMAN, Clei k %  .r 1 in 1 ii, nit c,,in ( B] I! 11 RICE, II!>• p il. Clei 1. 1 1-21-28 ... tiitn 11, Township io 1 last, MC < ordrid. Ftult led In I'lat the Public Florida. ounty. SKNOWN r.V: HEREBY I that a bean T Q et 'riii> 1 your An11 Plaintiff* I I tli' and file I \„.u fflce of the ,Clerk • f l "' Circuit Court, 1 %  vtober, ... alien*. w Liken I ilnnt vi>u ; thla :oth CTHERMAN. ill Court By; 1; II. KICK. Jit. Deputy Cli rk \k GEN I ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IK is HEREBY lilVEN that f • 1.'. If* in 1 ime or l • s I ul name DUI t of CAR.MIN IDERIO u:I %  I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51856 Noli..' is h.-ri'liy given that BEN I BOHKIN, holder us t if city of Miami Ti\ Bale Certificate Numbered ISS2, dated thi1st ilav n( Juni A 1 > IMS. lias til.. 1 -,,I.I Cei tiflrai in my office, and hat made application for tn\ deed in Issui thereon In a dance with law, Bald Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, I lorida, to-wit: Lot i>, Hloik IS, Bubdlvlalon of the Data Millar Trad Addition Num. DOT nit.-, I'lat Hook 1, Pan TO, In the City of Miami. County of I lade, state ..f I a.1 Ida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name "f UNKNOWN. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to kiw, tax dead will issue thi on the th day <.f November, A D. i>atcd this tth day of October, A D TOSS. 1: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, I lade Count], Ploi Ida. \ iBTERRETT, (Circuit Court Deput) Clei k 10/7-14-21 -28 — 11/4 LEGAL NOTICE T N OT 'CE TO CREDITORS ANr C rnJ Y ^ UDGES COURT FOR DADE COUNTY rJ^. P R 8ATE No 33458.A l.s I \ I i: up %  7.WKI.J. „ M havi ana In 1 the estate of IRA ROHBNZWKIG, .1. ••;' ';', "' Cook County. Illln. I the Honorable Count; i n„,i,. • % %  % %  !• the in ihe| "fli'.s in the Count Dade County. Florida, within i calendar months fr the date of the I s.i.l %  ';'' ''• "' %  ""'I ntaln the legal ...i"' ihe %  lalmani ami 1.. be sworn '" 11 1 :"' • "' %  'i same will be barred Date DctoU AH 1 %  ..-,LEt IN \ EI'HTEIN \u. Ilia 1 y A. in 'VTA Of the i: IRA ROHENZWEin MYERS, IIKIMAN KAPU Attorne) 1 for Am illai -. Admlnixl 1 at..i • T \ I" "-14-21 or UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |E 1HEREBY r'.IVBJl thai I • ..-. 11:. in name >.f Ufn PALS, 1 Collins 1. gisti 1 said name I Clerk • %  ; the fin ult Court of puniv. Flo EWPELI.E TRAISTBR BFROXtt ..\ 1 for Applicanl I COUNTY JUDGES COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY. DA IN PROBATE. No 3*233-A pHTATE OK \ \'\. .. i .. %  i DTICE TO CREDITORS i llavU %  net s.H.I I • ni an) bNRIt'fl TRAC \\N... .!• %  I h, Dade i i. tih. i my. and >>i the rcwirth..ii lith n eishi ,„ths I itlon i,, Ihe I. .1111-.ule.l .ill I., ha lii. tta r ^" LNNO Will and RIl '. TRACANNO BflERTLER "• %  '•'*< %  ::lx '"H .COUNTY W FOR NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183407 ROBERT I.. COLLINS, Plaintiff, BKTTT JE W C< iLLINS, Defi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE r. BETTY JEAN COLL1NH .. Mi I, Elmn Itahy Bos 181, I I.I i in MI. Tenni Too are herebj not Ifii >i I • if i Somplaint for Divi filed asalnal yon, ..-..i you are required .•v.. a cop) of \.nir Answer ..r Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on ththe oiiiclti'il An-u.i or I'li.tdlna In the ofr the Clerk "f the Circuit Court ..ii ,n b e f ore the 4th day of November, if you fall t" '1" •"'• i idgment by default will be taken asjalnsl you for relief demaixlad In the 1:111 ..f %  'omplalnL This notice shall !>• %  published ."i a .... h wnek for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN DONE AND OROERED at Miami. Florida, thla SSrd day of Beptember, K. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, 1 lade Count) Flen Ida By WM \V. BTOCKINO. (Circuit Court Bi all Deputy Clerk AHTIII'R l> I ECKELMAN Attorney for Plaintiff ;\. si KlaRler st Miami. Ploi Ida 1" 7-14-J1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersiKned, d. busines undei the rietltiouK n. of 1LTON ULAHS a MIRROR ..1 Alton Road, Intends %  n.iin. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida JACi IB KTEIOER Bole Owner l" 1 1-21^8 11 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlni to eiutaaje In business undei the flctltioui name of IIKACO.M BAR • It. 1, Blvd .Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 >ade 1 % %  < mi Florida. CHRISTIAN REICHERT Bole • iw nei KEHSLER a UARB Attorn. % s for Applicant 1782 W. Plaaler St. SO l" 7-11 JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, 'trAn^ ATE No 36171 B know 11 FOTICE TO CREDITORS llav. •resen any I '• hioh sou. „r ,.,!'";, have scalnst the I i %  %  K \ IV. .,,,.1 1SAOl %  11,1.1 %  month* Ihe -.'" B SOLAR llto I *{\ -^hlml i,„ rn na NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that inderalsned, 1I1 nil nit 1 business undei the fictitious "' %  '' TANRtiSH SUPPLY COSfPANY, at imiKN IV. 71 si Street, Intend to rea> later said its ft. n ith n •• Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OBORTTE ROSENHELD BI1 NET EFRONSUN At n.i 11. > for ApplF ant Shoreland Bldar. 0 10 7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.iTl.'K IS HEREBY OIVKN that the undersigned, d. engage In business under the fictltbuis nai EOIT1T \Ml.r Ml IB rO IOE: BQl 1 I AI'.l. 1: MXJRTOAOE AINVESTMENTS KM ICO, ai \\2S Dul'onl Buildinir, intend* to register s.ii.l names with the Clerk of the CHI ill Co u 1 of Dane o HllV 1 |o| I MITCHEL KRAMER MONROE D1XON A ttoi ne) s f..v Apph. ant Coral Way 8/23-30 — 10/T-U NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY tllVBN that the undersigned; desiring to rngai liuslni'ss under ih>fictitious names of THE BUCCANEF:R, THE 1 ',: NKER DRIVE-IN, TIIK Hl< A M:I:I: lti:s T.MT..\NT, at 78th street 11.1v. Mi.11. Bvai ii. Intends to icglstei said nanu-s with Hoof the <'ir.-iiit '".on 1 01 1 Mdi %  ounty, Hoi Ida _._ KLLKK hTNTERPRISES, INC. IOREPH PARtVl Ittoi aej for ApplF eybold Kills. 10 7 -14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY tllVF. inderalgni im t 1 sunder the 1 1 SOUTHERN LAMP thi Dadi that UK • COMPAN1 17.11 N.W ilrd Mtn '• "" .. int.ml to n-Rlster saw name with Clerk of th^ Circuit Court of 1 %  '•' Kim VHP \ I'AVEKT HlLDi'R 1. CAVKRT HARVET It KLEIN Building ,,d N. Cavert and lilldur L. Cavert 9/23-3* — 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N( ITICE IB HEREBY GIVEN Igned, desiring to enga 1. 11-11.. mo 1. 1 the ii. -t 11 ions nami ol THE IIIFT B IR, al 260 i I olllnn Iveiiiii-. Miami !: %  ai h, Ilorida, Intends .1 n:. me w it h 1 he < "lerk I 1 he Cln it Court of Dad. 1 'ounty, Florida. M \i RICE M ILMLTH KOVNER .\ MANNHEIMER Alton.. ^for The Olfl n> 7-14-21-28 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183505 HELEN itusKN. Plaintiff va, HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IIKIi.M \N ROSEN :'l Homestead 1'ark Newark, .\i- Tou are hereb) notified that a Complaint for Divorce has ben filed against ) ou, and you are n M ilred to serve a i-op) of your Answer or Plend11.. i Ion i>lal il on i he i MAIN B. CAWN, Ine Lin%  Road B illdlng, Miami Beach, FToi Ida, and file the original An or Pleading in the office of the Clerk ol thi 'i• • ill i ..in i on or before t he Slat day of October, 181 i you rail to do so, lodgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de" .1 in the Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED in Miami, la, tin. 87th da) of s. pti mber, E. B LEATHERMAN, Cli Dade County, Florida B) H II. RICE, .II: fSKAL) Deput) Clerk 9 %  — 1" 7-11-1'] LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3634C-A In l: KSTAI'I-: OK IRVIN I'AUN, I) To All Creditors and ATI Person 11 Ing Claims or Demands Againal Estate You, and each of rou, i hi notifiefl and iv.iuiiv-.i t., |,> an.i demands which jouj or either of you, may hav. ..r IRVIN CAHM, deci of 1 lade • 'omit v. ilot Ida, to thi 1 1 %  '••.ini\ Judges or I i.i.i. i' and fil.the is me In t heir offli i i hi Count) i '..in I|H, us. i -.inn u. Florida, within ,-ixin calendn months from the date of the puhll. al Ion In-: eof Ba hi cla Iras n demands t.. contain the legal ad. of the claimant and to be sworn to ami presented a* aforesaid, %  •:game will EM bai i I Date Dctnbei 7. A.D, PERN I'NOER, \IN. .ii. IN of Hi.. Last Will and Testament of IRVIN 'A I IN. 11. ... .. .1 MYERS, 111 : l \l IN ,\ KAPLAN A iloin.-', s for Estate 21-M — II i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that th.. ni'. I. i Igned, ib : Ing to busines undei th* fictitious nan. of Tl:l -TuNi: RECORDINd STUDIO (Not in • i. ..1214 s W Mil Street, Intend t" register gaid name with th* Clerk -f ihe Ii cult • '..m t of I lad* County, i-'i" Ida. i. II:I: v II FINN HENRY BTONE MAX P. ENOEL Attorney f"i Tru-Ton* Ri ordlng studio 1" 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that th* undersign, d, rti dring to i ni ige la business under the fictitious name of JENNIFER HOMES, al Dade County, int.-nils to reglstei said name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court ol Dad* County, Florida l IN XII ER HOME8, INC. a Florida Corporation GENET AOENET Attorneyi. Ippllcant 120 Lincoln Ri a i l" 7-14-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183244 .msiir \ /. B r.M'i. IN, Plaintiff, I0HN CICCARiELLO own ,,s JOHN l*HICARBLLL add \\.;i:i \ CICC IRIELl Known .. INOELA CHICARELLI. his wife: HENRY AAR" >N: and JOHN C Mil'lTA and MRS JOHN iIRPITA, his v. if.-. I>. r. n.i. ms. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE I, JOHN CICCARIELLO, also known ,. JOHN CHICARELLI, .,„,! ANGELA CICCARiELLO, ;,!.„ known as INGELA I Hi' ARE1 i.i hla who 102 VYistel la 8treet. R HighUnd Park, Ni w Jersey you JOHN CICCARIELLO, known aa JOHN CHlCARFiLLl. and IVGKLA CICC IRIELIA), ahJO known *. ANOELA CHICARELLI, his are ib: notified that a I omptalnl ,.„ l eiosii f Mortgage nn he following des. rlbed i %  • %  "• % % %  ". "•** %  lying and bi ln| in Dade • ouaty, Florida, to wit: Lou :'i no -" f PARK, according thereof re orded In at page % %  f the of bade County, ga* i" i n fib i .,"";; r 1 •-PARADISE t.. th. plat Plat Book i". Public It li. ants 1782 w. Flaglei BI in 11-21-21 — li t NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t he i I, d. ring to cngai buameas under the fictitious name "t K. C. PACKAOE STOBE, at 18 N.W. i-i A Miami, Florida, Intends ..id name with the 'lei I of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. CHARLES M Kl iLLIN M IRK SILVBRSTFUN, Aits. 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla. 10 7-1 1-21-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKIii:uY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of INDUSTRIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, at .17 Langford Building, Miami. Florida, i to i eglater said name with th* Clerk of th* CI lit Coui t ..f I 'ad. County, Florid* HILBERT R. 8IEBELI8T ,ir. owner and CECIL <' %  BCHOULTZ :,i', owner MARLOW, BINNAMON AND MARL) vV 804-3 Langford Building Miami :;•.', Florid i 10/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirum i" • nuse in business under the fictitious name ..t MFJTBOPOLITAN TR INSFBR. at iv.in N'.w. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend to reglater said name with th* Clerk of th* Circuit < !oui t ol i bid* ntv, Floi 'J.' WILLIAM fl HOEHM SAMUEL B DEUTSCH s.v.Mi'i.l. TRIMBLE ROE IK" NH ; I IT ney foi Applle ii BMg., Miami 32, Florid* -14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51912 Notice ihereb) riven that MAN" i: SILVER, Trustee, hold. ignee ol City of Miami Ta Sum: i i : •* %  > t*d the l -' da) *4 June. A.D 1933, haa filed said Ci I ,.,.,. in nn office, and baa mad. plication for :.-.\ deed to usiue thi in accordance with law. Bald Pertifl.ate embrace* the following des rlbed property, situated In Dade County, :. to-wlt: i.,,t tS. nik i. Garden City. PUt Book '.. Pag* 7::. in the Clt) of Miami, I'..nuts of Pad.-, BtAt* "t Florida %  |-|,,. enl of said properi v un,i, ii,,. Certificate issued was in the ,,i CNKNi IWN L'nlea* : I Certl .-• all b* n deemed according to law, tax deed will laaue thi ..it the 9th lay "f November, A IV ,,I thla tth day ..f October, A.D. K B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, I iade "ount). 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Page 12 B > L,> several governments for his work in two world wars. man was wouni jed when a bomb exploded in front of a cafe in the !• ^JL'?^L J ^/Sfi? l ^£r^,r am ng ,he manV COmmUna Ub quarter of I... city early this week. Two other persons were 2 projects on behalf of which he was active WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles re irained here from criticizing Egypt for entering into an arms deal with the Soviet bloc. He told a press conference "it la difficult to be critical of countries which, feeling themselves endangered, seek the armthey ned for defense The Secretary reported that Assistant Secretary of State George V Allen a talks with Egyptian Premier Nasser enabled the I'nited States to gain insight into Egyptian motives while Col Nasser "gained insight" into American motives. As a result there was achieved better understanding than before wounded BUENOS AIRES (JTA) The DAIA, central representative organ i/ation of Argentine .lews, sent a message of congratulations to Provisional President F.douardo I.onardi and pledged the support of the Jewish eoRunnnltj ia earning out the democratic principles enunciated by his revolutionary government In a message signed by DAIA president Dr, tfoisea Goldmann and secretary Dr. Leon Lapaco, the Jewish organization expressed "profound satisfaction" over the pledges Ol the Provisional Government of the integration of the Argentine family without exclusions on the grounds ol national origin, religion or political opinions." NORWALK, Conn. (JTA) Action initiated within the Jewish community of this cit> has own credited with the passage of a new Connecticut state law providing education for blind children The new law provides that, upon petition of four parents in a school district and with the approval ol the State Board of Education for the Blind, a local Board ol Education may make provision for the public school education of blind children. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BERLIN i.I'l \ SS Colonel Mans Hinipe. who 20 years ago ordered blackshirts under his command to kill four Jews o| HUM hberg, in Silesia, had his sentence for being "an accessory to murder" cut from ten to six years by I local German court. Two days after the so-called "Roehm putsch" of 1034, the four Jews were arrested and. in accordance with the instructions transmitted by Col Himpe, taken out ot town in an automobile. On an open highway the SS men. pretending that the car was stalled, toned their unwilling passengers to leave it. then shot them down in cold blood BONN (JTA) -American manufactured toys with Nazi emblems being sold in West Germany and are bringing complaints. |( was rew sled here When I Socialist deputy. Emmy Mayer-Laule complained in the Bonn Parliament over the sale in this city of toy aircraft bearing Nazi swastika markings. State Secretary Ludger Westricl; announced D behalf of the Ministry for Economics that the toys were made in the I'nited States He further stated that he had begun discussions with The IS. Embassy here over the sale of the Nazi toy! LONDON WNSi—A 10.000 pound ($28,000) endowment for re search prizes to any qualified person who will find a cure for schizophrenia has been established by Joseph Portor. a Leeds Jew The prizes will be awarded to teachers or graduates m paychiatrj at either the Universit} of Leeds or the Hebrew I'niversitv of Jerusalem or to any qualified doctor who practices psychiatry in either England or Israel. The British Friends of the Hebrew University, in announcing the endowment, said that "the barbarous persecution ol the Nazis produced a terrible increase in the mental illness ,,f schizophrenia particularly among the Jews who were the greatest victims I that pi rsecui ?^ M m, Ml "dministraton in Israel have the two-fold task of building a modem civilization on old touadatioas and laying the foundations for a new societ] according to Gershon Agron newly Cted mayor Ol Jerusalem Mr Agron made the statement to I conference ot mayors [ram aU over the world neotinsj here Mr Agron addressed the eio-mg session ol the mayors' conference on behalf of the Israel mayors attending the parley, whose delegation was headed by Mayor Chain Levanon ol Tel Avi\ LATEST MIJS FROM ISRAEL tm^mSUft ,JTA) -P r Sr,. 1 *" ,He Same %  • %  **• "'-covered J 10.000-year-old skeleton 13 years ago The bones of a bull and two human skulls were found in such a position as to have suggested sacn V, S AL M < JTA >-The number of heavy oil drilling rigs n JK .ril i !" r^ dUrmg V* C ming •" %  > %  %  !" he "ear h for oil will be intensified, it was learned here in the wake of the recent discovery of Israel • first oil in commercial quanities. One o the mos intensive projects is lined up for the Heletz sector where the Lap.Zh company brought in its first well and where that will be deepened as a new one is bored nearby in the hopes of opening up a vast i£de7 ET? T f *?' JUSt *, ,0W ,h8t e in wh,ch •" "und Geologists and prospectorsare also very hopeful over drillings halfway between Sdom and Ein Gedi. uay JERUSALEM -Lebanons failure to prevent infiltration of Israel territory, resulting in a bus ambush near Meron where three TUNIS (WNS) -The appointment to a Cabinet post of Albert Bessis Tunisian Jewish leader, has been welcomed hy the Jewish communin here and is regarded as an assurance that Tunisia will not follow the anti-Jewish line being urged on it by other Arab countries. This week Habib Bourguiba. leader of the Neo-Destour nationalist) party, gave high praise to Tunisian Jews for the support they rendered to the Tunisian nationalist movement. "In this country." the nationalist lead er said, Jews are Tunisians in exactly the same way as Moslems are J^tHrtW Schedules Oct. Q Ar ">ual {, Z : '7 P'w Oct 22 Jj? ,; ^r?C*\ Announcement a J was made by £/' Z ? J3Ck A th Commission. v -K'U^ntstives A You,h Commi ssloej r Georgia. South cLt Mississippi, ArW1 ? na meet ££* J. &f •. EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS! ^S3k lOtGETS YOU ROLLING! \_ All credil hondled bv '/ Norton Tire Co. You / """ore not "formed out' ^~S to o finoncr company REMEMBER YOU on THI FULL U.S. RUBBER CO. GUARANTEE WHIN YOU SY OM NORTON TIRE THOUSMW ] OF 60CD m ntfs OPEN ALL NIGHT AND SUNDAYS—500 W. FLAGLERj^ • • ..l.l. ON** Y0W BETTER VALUI BETTER SERVICI tETTER CRE0IT TERMS NORTON TIRE 1 MIAMI 500 W. Flfitf^ MIAMI 4900N.W.2tWAt* MIAMI ItVgJ. Norton NWTgfr 1 454 Aftos tm^ "^lORTH MU^ 13340 riW.TAA* ISUTHMUJJ' WMS.PJW'fcq FLORIDA'S LARGISV U.S. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS HlAlv iL iOOE.25St.(7fc>'


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Miami, Fla
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October 14, 1955

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
29Number 41
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 14, 1955
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UP/DOW COMPANY SCORES AGAIN
Oil Again Discovered in Israel;
Experts Report Find Four Times
Richer Than the Last Gusher
again in Israel. The new gusher was brought in by the
loth company with prospects of a yield some four times
K than the first strike.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Dr. Dov Joseph, Minister for
Development, rushed off to Heletz, site of Israels
fir^t oil well. Wednesday, reportedly to investigate
the discovery of a major oil find in a still lower
stratum of rock than the one in which the first well
w;is found.
Reports reaching here from the Negev drilling
site say that technicians and oil geologists on the
site are "mad with joy." Some reports state that
the quantity of oil at the Heletz formation is now
believed to be four times as great as originally
thought when the first well was brought in late last
month.
The Lapidoth Oil Company, which brought in the
gusher, was understood here to have signed a con-
tract with the Minister of Communications for trans-
portation of crude oil from Heletz to Haifa where
Israels refineries are located.

NIXON INDEFINITELY CANCELS TRIP TO NEAR EAST
National Security Council Will Take Up
Discussions on Communist Arms Deal
WASHINGTON (JTA) The National Security
Council will take up this week the question of
Egypt's acceptance of arms from Communist coun-
tries and of Moscow's offer of other forms of aid to
Arab countries. The Communist moves in the Mid-
dle East are considered in Washington a threat to
world security.
The State Department has not yet received a reply
from Moscow on the warning which Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles gave Soviet Foreign Min-
ister V. Molotov that supplying arms to Arab gov-
ernments would be tantamount to violating the
'Geneva Spirit." Mr. Molotov was given this warning
recently when he attended the current session of the
United Nations General Assembly. He told Mr.
Dulles he would report the U.S. view to his govern-
ment in Moscow.
Official circles here fear that the Soviet Govern-
ment will suggest that to prevent
an Arab-Israel war now, the exist-
ing Tripartite Declaration guaran-
teeing the Arab-Israel borders
should become a declaration not
only of the United States. Britain
and France, but also of Russia.
Such a four-power guarantee would
hold both the Arabs and Israel in
check no matter where they obtain
, their armaments, the Russians are
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)The debate in the Social. Cultural and rep0rted to have hinted.
Humanitarian Committee of the General Assembly about United Na-! ,. ... .. .,,.
tions plans for solution of the European refugee problem has developed L*5l* ^JS ^Tv
SOVIET STAND FOUGHT VIGOROUSLY
Heated Debate on Refugee Issue
Session of United Nations Group
into an all-out battle on two fronts, with the Arab delegates attacking
Rathbone, renowned star of stage, screen and television,
' in his Chicago dressing room following his appearance
play honoring Judge Henry L. Burman for his contribution an(] British delegations under the
M Bonds. Prime Minister Moshe Sharett is expected to leadership of Jacob Blaustein, the
| Greater Miami next month to toll local leaders of this States delegate the ^
| cssistance through bonds in Israel's current oil dis- Emil Najar of Israel Wednesday
Vies. I replied forcefully to repeated Ar-
iWN'T FORGET 'EQUALITY'
Israel and backing the Soviet Union's insistence on repatriation for all !*?diS2J5?!,,i Ni*on's f
refugees. A, the Lme time, the Sov.ct stand J. being fought v,orous,y J^J M^e^t ha^been^st-
on other grounds by the American (jents .^^ ^ g[wn as the rM_
ab attacks which brought in the son for the postponement. James
situation of the Palestine Arab q Hagerty. Presidential press sec-
refugees an issue which is not rotary, said it was decided that it
even under the jurisdiction of this was neCessary for Mr. Nixon to be
committee. Dr. Yorgui Hakim of: available to preside over the Cabi-
Syna delivered an attack against net an,j tne National Security
"the Zionists" whom he charged Council,
with ignoring "the call of the j
United Nations for repatriation."
'stria Law to Restore Property to Nazis
glA (JTA. with the Specifically, these measures and as such had been punished
f*er occupation of Au- would restore property to Nazis by the postwar government.
E'n,en.d1-,h( Austrian Cab- and Aryanizers which had been These provisions would apply on-
WL l"xd '" introduce transferred to the Austrian Gov- ly to those Nazis who had been
JJjment Nazi amnesty laws ernment by People's Courts after amnestied, a process which has
JJly passed by that body the liberation of Austria. It been going on for years and
P often .ejected by the would also restore pensions to which will be speeded up by the
^uncl during the occu- civil slants who had been Nazis new constitutional amendments.
"JWing of the Cabinet.!
He ,rU!U- Raab and his1
Ek J" Fi>nce, Reinhard
Hop,!? au,tu"''zed to pre-
pJ'ment legislation re-
^ the Minister of In
t^ff, "timer, was in-
to cJLcT"tut,on and
ffcci T'P NMis and
Cv were ***>"
red by postwar j ,
r C0Urt wtion.
PROJECTED WEPARTY COALITION
Gurion Announces Cabinet Portfolios
Mr. Najar told the committee WHATAGAIN?
last week that he would not an-
swer these "irrelevant" attacks.
Wednesday, however, the Israel
delegate asked for the right to
reply to "defamation of my coun-
try." To Dr. Hakim's charge that
the Arab refugees had been driven
forcefully from their homeland,
Mr. Najar pointed out that the
Palestine refugee problem was a
direct result of the Arab decision
to oppose with arms an earlier
UN decision regarding Palest'ne.
He reminded the committee that
Israel had admitted many ref'i
gees, among them 300,000 desti-
tute Jews from Arab countries who
had been given a "fraternal recep-
tion."
When Mr. Najar had finished,
not only Dr. Hakim but three oth-
er Arab delegatesJamil Baroody
considered the question. The final decision
proposed new Cabinet were to be made Thursday morning hen the
central committees of the parties concerned will meet.
anonasked to be given the right
to reply.
Dulles Appoints
McCleod to Post
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department announced
Wednesday that Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles has ap-
pointed Scott McLeod, State De-
partment security police officer,
to head the American delegation
to a session of the executive com-
mittee of the Intergovernmental
Committee for European Migra-
tion (ICEM) which convenes in
Geneva this month.
Mr. McLeod was charged by
Edward J. Corsi, former State
Department immigration adviser,
with deliberate maladministra-
tion of the Refugee Relief Act of
1953.


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Jan Bart to Highlight Program Monday
Honoring Israel Bond Sale Participants
Rabbis and presidents of five
Greater Miami synagogue! will be
red for outstanding service to
the State of Israel Monday night
Oct IT. at a rally scheduled lor
the 10th -l Oceanfronl Auditorium
at Miami Beach
Ian Hart, popular American
Rabbi /Mayer Abramowiti
Bonds to Honor
Rabbi Abramowitz
Rabbi May* r Vbramowitx spirit-
ual the North Shore Jew-
i r. and the stion
will red on Saturds) nn;ht
with the pn n I-
Bible personallj signed bj
Pren l< David
The p for
th N U
will
inti nally-
ker.
He-

nth, will
lyric tenor, humorist raconteur
and public speaker, will highlight
the entertainment program, spon
sored by the Greater Miami I
mittcc for State of Israel Bondl
Rabbis Jonah Cfeplan of Knesoth
Israel, Joseph E Rackovskj of
Beth Tfilah, Simon April of Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
S. T. Swirsk) Of Beth Bl and Arie
Becker oi Beth Raphael wil
ceive awards in behalf ol them-
selves, their presidents and cou-
nts.
Each ol the synagogues held
Cessful appeals tor the sale ''I Is
rael Bonds during the High Holy
Days helping Greater Miami reach
a record Ol more than SH-T'HKI m
bond purchases for the period
Rabbi Tibor Stern ol Beth Ja
Abramowiti tor leading the sale
ol Israel Bonds during the High
Hoi) Daj appeals made in (ireater
Miami.
More than 190.000 in State ol
Israel Bonds were purchased at
the Center following a dramatic.
personal appeal bj Rabbi Abramo-
witi The figure WSJ more than
double 1954s mark at the syna-
gogue, fastest growing conserve
live congregation in the South.
All persons who purchased
Bonds at the Yom Kuppur appeal
will he honored at the ceremony,
which is sponsored i>> the Greater
Miami Committee tor State of Is-1
rael Bonds.
Rabbi Abramowiti, who served
last year Bl chairman of the High
Holy Pays appeal- will report on
test news from Israel OH the
oil strike in the v He is
|< i:i ol the North Shore Zion-
ist District in Miami Beach, a
member ol the l; Assem-
blj ol Am* ii' sduate of
logical Si
America
Stars." over Station WMGm. He is
equally well-known for his appear-
ances on the stages of Americas
most prominent theaters and .sup-
per clubs, including the Copaca-
l.ma in Miami Beach, the Latin
Quarter in New York, the last
Frontier in Las Vegas and the
Roosevelt Hotel in New Orlean-
The renowned entertainer starred
in the movie "Cetsklll Hooey.
Fridc
'mess. Hue
l^va. Banner and j
L
ace EMrMa?a^r aaL'.^
Ian Bart
Cob, active In the Israel Bond drive
Since its inception and an authority
on Israeli law-, will be chairman
of the meeting and present the
awards
Bart, who has sung before more
than 122.000 persons at Soldiers'
Field in Chicago, is a product of
the summer resort area in New
York State that has produced such
stars as Danny Kaye. Milton Berle
and Jackie Gleason. Perhaps his
greatest thrill was singing "Oh,
What a Beautiful Morning" to an
audience at Brooklyn's Ebbets
Field which included the late
President Roosevelt, who com-
mended Bart for his performance.
Bart currently appears every
Sunday afternoon at a regular star
performer on one of New York
City's favorite radio shows. "The
American Jewish Caravan of
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U|Ervin to Address Zionist
Installation Meeting Sunday Eve
I i ervin Attorney I The combined slates of officer,
Biclu"1 of' K,1)n)U, is, o4 the Coral Gables District and the
' ewre a Zionist in-1 Miami District of the Zionist Or
*t0 ,!!i at ih" Starlight ganization of Afnerka will he In-
bJ?,', Terrace ho- stalled by Seymour B. Liehman.
the BBCV"' .
evening, Oct. i
Bunl;>>
Immunity leaders wit
to
racy i"
jt Names
ibi Narot
president of the Southeast region
of the ZOA.
Max Friedson, 1691 Nethia dr.,
"hl'ir Ervin speak on Miami, prominent in civic and re-
in the Middle East" ligious affairs, will be installed ai
president of the Coral Gables Dis-
trict
A. Arthur Pekelner, 5450 SW
76th St., Miami, recently elected
chairman of the South Florida
ZOA coordinating board, heads
OGOKPr the slate of officers for the Mi-
>. v ,-r.t sniritual ami Zionist District.
teeph R mrm. sp officers and directors of the
,,Temi' barman of the Coral Gab,cs District w"o will be
r1, Mh.('oU 'inducted along with Friedson are
Tnil Ountv rthe Abe M. Hurevitz. Dr. A. Kitzen.'
t of Dade County for tne Morpy A Rayman Harold E g.
ffl n snmp of 60 bus- mon vice presidents; Mrs. Mor-
7i,c leaders who will Simon, recording secretary;;
Ciuniiv.h.-t ^tory dur- Mrs- Sidney M. Sanders, corre-
sponding secretary; Manuel C.
Barkin, treasurer; Meyer Fine, fi-|
nancial secretary.
Board of directors are Morris
Belgrade, Daniel Cravitt, Jacob
Gabin, Jan Goldstein, Rabbi B.
lamed to the speakers L^on Hurwitz, Louis A. Kaplan.
by \v C. (Bill) Lantaff, Mrs Pauline Levick, Norman R.
Lyons, Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Dr. David Oberstein, Robert Ram-
er, Jerome Robinson, Sidney M.
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Left to right are Seymour B. Liebman, president of the South-
east region, ZOA; Max Friedson, president, Coral Gables Zi-
onist District; and A. Arthur Pekelner, president of the Miami
Zionist District.
Temple Emanu-EI Women
To launch Season's Activtiy
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI
will launch its activities for the
new year with an annual member-
ship brunch honoring new mem-
bers Wednesday noon. Oct. 19. in
the Algiers hotel, according; l"
Mr-. Irving Cypen, president.
"We expect this brunch to re-
sult in a considerable increase in
our ranks." said Mrs Norman Cil-
ler, membership chairman.
Featured in the program will be
an original m-Kical presentation
called "Welcome to Sisterhood."
Members of the cast will be Mrs.
Ira Walscy, Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs.
David Samelson, Mrs. Murry Koret-
zky and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff.
Mrs. Joseph Singer will provide
the musical accompaniment, ac-
cording to Mrs. Jules Channing,
program chairman.
(campaign "which opens Nov.
larot. of 1077 NE 96th st..
nts II a member of the
[committee of the commu-
Bt.
tyty che-t campaign chair-
eluded KMph Fosaey, H, L
Mr- Stanley Milledge.
i Miller. Burton P. NuckoK
Schwartz. John B. Turner,, Sanders. Harry Shamis, Irv.ng
franklin Williams, the Rev. Sperling, Rabbi Morris A. Skop
[Knight.
niel Lang Albert Comanor.;
|j Parks the Rev. Wilfred
nan. I apt. Glen Stovail,
II Hill-. Miss Gloria ;
It. E. Wintersteen, Russell
Lr.d the Rev. Fred E. Cole.
and Nat Weidberg. .
Officers and directors of the
Miami Zionist District elected
along with Pekelner include Abe
Kasow, Al Quadow, Jerome Wein-
kle, vice presidents; Sol Collins,
treasurer; Hy Sootin, financial
secretary; Moses Meyer, secretary.
Members of the executive board
are Hon. Abe Aronovitz, Nathan
Alexander. Isidor Bakst, Louis
Falk, Louis. Gaden, Maurice Gold-
stein, Abe Kaplan. Isidore Lang-
ner, Sam Levine, Seymour Lieb-
man, Al Miller, Irving Saal, Sid-
ney Sachs, Louis Schwartzman.
Israel B. Shapoff. Sidney Segall.
Simon Seiden, David Sernaker,
Harry Simonhoff, Harvey Sootin.
Mrs. Hy Sootin. Sam Traurig. Rab-
bi Yaakov Rosenberg, Sidney
Palmer.
Jerome H. Weinkle. Miami at
torney and vice president of the
Miami Zionist District, will lerve
as toastmaster.
South Dade Students
Open School Session
Pupils of South Dade Jewish
Center will start their first class of
Sunday school on Oct. 16 from 10
i a.m. to 12 noon. Classes will be
held in the Memorial Building of
the University of Miami. Mrs.
Harry Rovs will be head teacher
i for the Sunday school.
To Discuss Nutrition
"The Newer Science of Nutri-
tion"' will be the topic of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson's lecture Sunday
evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct, Mi-
ami Beach.
Of. hitph Narot
>s Called
inference
Mis of growing pains of
Jn communities will be dis-
Pt a conference on Sunday,
1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., it \
fn announced by Stanley i
fs President of the Great-
P Jeeisfa Federation.
["May meeting has been
V federation in response to
f on the part of a number |
pg areas which seek to
p views on commumty
land development.
fW'ng in the conference
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One Year M-00 Two Veara
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Friday. October 14. 1955
Volume 29 Number 41
Tishri 28. 5716
Mr. Dulles Makes a Discouraging Remark
The most discouraging statement last week
came from Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles. Refraining from critcizing Egypt lor en-
tering into an arms agreement with the Soviet
bloc. Secretary Dulles told a press conference
in Washington that it was "difficult to be critical
of countries which, feeling themselves endan-
gered, seek the arms they need for defense."
This statement came on the heels of two
weeks of international double-talk. The U.S.
State Department initially uncovered details of
the arms deal, and Dulles immediately warned
Moscow about the dangers involved in opening
a Near East arms race. The warning was sub-
sequently backed up by Britain's Sir Harold
MacMillan and France's Premier Faure.
We call these warnings double-talk for sim-
ple reasons. Mr. Dulles left our government
wide open. Under his foreign policy, we have
not been selling munitions to the Arabs as the
Soviets and their satellites intend doing. We
have been giving munitions away.
The U.S. decision to arm Iraq, for example,
came in the face of Iraq's open avowal to de-
stroy Israel. Similarly, the British have been
The UN's Tenth Anniversary
The Greater Miami chapter of the United
Nations Association last week helped celebrate
the UN's tenth anniversary.
Help for the chapter's observance came from
one of the greatest woman leaders in the world:
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Mrs. Roosevelt arrived in Miami early last
week directly from a UN meeting in Siam. Ad-
dressing a large gathering in Miami Tuesday
evening, she called on people everywhere to
support the aspirations of the world peace or-
ganization.
Mrs. Roosevelt's plea comes after a single
decade of UN activity. It has been a decade
of much turmoil marked by two major wars
and the constant threat of the eruption of a
third global conflict.
No one presumes to believe that the United
Nations has been a total success in its pur-
poses. But the record shows that the UN has
done much to prevent the wrangling of mem-
ber states from erupting into major disaster.
President Eisenhower has time and again
affirmed this nation's complete faith in its mem-
bership in the UN. As individual citizens, it
behoves us to do no less.
We salute the United Nations on its tenth
anniversary and hopefully anticipate its in-
creasing successes. Without an arena in which
men everywhere may resolve their disputes by
word, and reason, humanity has only the re-
course of guns and war. It is the ambition of
the UN that that recourse shall never be taken
again.
Octoi^
Hi
During The Week...,,,
y Leo mindlin
I $
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shipping implements of war to the Arab na-
tions as fast as their factories can manufacture j
them. So long as Britain's merchant marine
has refrained from using the Suez Canal and
Gulf of Aqaba watersroutes to Israel-the
Arab nations have felt no compunctions about
dealing with her.
Under these circumstances, neither the Rus-
sians nor the Arabs were expected to take
seriously these "righteous" Western warnings.
It is now essentially clear that Mr. Dulles' strict
attitude and mild threats were less the result
of his fear of shooting in the Near East and
more a recognition of the fact that his contain-
ment policy there has failed.
It has been his position all along that an arm-
ed Arab League would serve as an effective
bulwark against communist encroachment in
the world's sorest trouble spot. Egypt's decision
to accept the Soviet arms offer proves that he
has been wrong and that Arab history has not
changed through two world wars and the threat
of a third.
Somewhat desperately, Mr. Dulles early last
week dispatched Assistant Secretary of State
George V. Allen to Col. Nasser in Cairo for se-
cret talks. The sum total of Mr. Dulles' subse-
quent statement is that Col. Nasser has once
aqain succeeded in pulling the wool over the
West's eyes.
For Mr. Dulles told newsmen that Egypt and
the U.S. have finally arrived at an "understand-
ing." This means two things:
Nasser a second time managed to con-
vince our government that Egypt is in
danger.
Nasser has promised and our govern-
ment has accepted the promise on its
face that arms purchased from thd
Soviet and its satellites would not be
used in a war against Israel.
These two propositions obviously cancel one
another. In the first place, according to Col.
Nasser. Egypt's danger stems from the aggres-
siveness of the State of Israel. If Mr. Dulles, in
his own words, can not "be critical." it is be-
cause he recognizes the "validity" of Col. Nas-
ser's fears.
In the second place, arms procured from the
Soviet bloc are being procured for no other
reason than to "safeguard" Egypt from possible
Israeli "aggression." If Mr. Dulles believes
Egypt is gathering munitions stores for any oth-
er reason than to carry out its continuing
threats against the Jewish State, he is mistaken.
The amazing thing is that the U.S. renews its
faith in Arab promises. Arab history has
taught Mr. Dulles and his State Department ab-
solutely nothing.
There aren't many people who know it k .
last week. Word of the Ambassador"*}"' Abb' ^^
through by unsubstantiated rumor Th"r? *"* ,arri*l h?
carbon copy note from the State of Florid-, n a W
Veterans, that Mr. Eban would be due in, Nw ^^ fetfl
Joseph Barr. national commander of the I\\v a! a,e TluiS
several wires from New York requested Th,. ,m"1niRht t?
the Ambassadors 24-hour stay. Jewish FloriduVS
I don't believe there are more than a hanHf
him. If a man were quick enough Fridav he m-0!*0**
Eban's shadow flit by in a blur on his wav from Tk ^ 2
McAllister and thence to the airport if he 1. nsSoit
American Legion-more specifically, a member!?,! """^i
mittee of the LegionVforeign relation, committed I ex(cw
*.._ a. ---------__ ... ~nem;ri-..
fortunate to hear the Ambassador deliver an
onjie,
But aside from these miniscule possibilities. I da,
Mr. Eban had not been in Miami since his attenHan.1ay"]
dinner last March. One can easily wonder why 2 "if* "l
rounded the details of the trip. I met (-.mmanderT^
Alhster Friday morning. He was seated comfortably in tt
chair that stood to one side of a closed door There *.
closed doors: this door was really closed As a matter of L
ed me of a medieval portcullis against which the force!It'
foreign and hostile kings would have to hurl themselves Jj1
1.
2.
"THERE GOES THE BALANCE Of ARMS"
A Community Leader Passes Away
A founder of Ml. Sinai Hospital and past
president of Miami Beach Zionist District died
Saturday morning at his home. He wag Alex
Van Stratten, who passed away at the aqe
Ot 71. 3
Residents here will miss Mr. Van Stratten.
for he was a valuable community leader. Since
h.s arrival here 14 years ago. Mr. Van Stratten
gave willingly of his energies and talent to nu-
merous civic, religious and philanthropic en-
deavors. r
^L02gJauiV^n.Z,onist Organization work, he
founded the ZOA district which he was subse-
quently to serve Under his guiding influence
as president and treasurer, it becQ*e
gest in the South.
Ho^,yan S,ra,,en'sJParticipation in Mt. Sinai
Hospital programs dated from the hoepital's
Sector Hi.W^a ^^ hard m* nS
hr^M u cornmuni'y-mmdedness alto
ferw-stVedmer^nke S C *- Miami
way.
Behind that door were Ambassador Eban and ten wl
cials of the American Legion. Commander K;,rr denied thai .Li
sador's presence in Miami was secret and that there ><
surrounding the details of his trek here To the contrary fi
Barr opined. It had been well publicized, he said in the mJ
the previous months. This seemed reasonable even if ciutol
gerated.
THE AMBASSADOR WAS RIGHT
Late last January. Egypt's Ambassador to the United!
dressed the American Legion's foreign relations committee at u
in Washington According to Commander Barr. the Jewish \
ans subsequently arranged for Mr. Eban to address this
during the Legion's national convention here As I stood in |
Allister's mezzanine and stared at the formidable door, it i
me that JWV was to be congratulated for its resourceful i
I could not help questioning the position of the Legion.
Needless to say, the meeting was closed I'nfortunatelj.i|
impression developed that the Israeli Ambassador had beenul
torn of it. Several newsmen, who tried to cover the event, i
asked me what Mr. Eban "was hiding." I attempted wita"
success to assure them mat the American Legion, itself, wisi
for barring the press. In retrospect. I can hardly blame tbt i
That door certainly seemed ominous.
What could ten Legionnaires learn in a brief session:
Near East? Who were these ten Legionnaires, and what
subsequently do with their new 'information?'' Official'
are something like this: Mr. Eban's address was designed to I
legion's foreign relations committee hammer out the or]
Near East policy. In turn, our State Department could thenhei
of the Legion's position on Near Eastern affairs.
Now, there are two preliminary issues involved here.
relates to Ambassador Eban. There can Ik' no tiuestion that hetj
right course in accepting the Legion's bid to addre- its (oi
turns committee. There can also be no question as to his|
Circumstance later proved that he would have welcomed]
sentation. Respecting the Legion's wishes he avoided ne
to the closed session but told them he would be glad to graatl
view after the session concluded. That the) (ailed to accept!
reporter called "a bone." could not. unfortunately, be
*
THE COMMON FALLACY OF NUMBERS
The second issue relates to the American Legion s|
grandized situation. Mr. Eban's appearing before the
intelligent diplomacy. He merely took advantage of that i
what right, however, does a veterans' organization ganj
that it presumes to grant a foreign ambassador the "prw
pearing before it? By what right does a \elci >*\
assume that Secretaries of State will fly t the cornersiTf
as John Foster Dulles did Mondayto make policy Mate*"
By what right does a veterans' organization ,m""J*3
such a manner that the Government of the I nited taio
every move the better to be guided in national and inwr
ters?
I use the word "right" neither in a supra moral nor'"Jl
I use it in the same sense that the American W" M
pearl I-egion policy has long been that veterans nrn y
themselves as specially favored creatim that sen ce ^
in time of war is a privilege needing no recompense .
is the backbone of its refusal to support pensions -^j
the face of such a policy. > *ms n" l("s ', 'fluent* *
Legion has grown to assume sd much political aw
past decades.
f veterans are not to regard themselves as to?l
fallacy t
nn think
:lv vocalI
must also not accept the common fallacy that num_r> ^^j
must also not accept tne common uuian-j >..... .\f)mes inert
importance. This paradox in Legion think
nificant as the organization becomes I
atfars Pretense that the Legion is nothin
more than a 8^
cally mature boys, bent on a happy time awaj from
disguises this paradox.
Irrevocable proof of the Legion "'- ,m^ ^
fact that it equates itself with "genun A:ncncani>. ^|
of the Legion is tantamount to social and econo ^ ^
the critic of the Legion can no longer be rcgan. -^,
can." It is useless here to observe than an o
itself immune from criticism by its own bran
generis unAmencan. ^
Secret policy meetings with foreign amba^df *'^
Miami last Friday-ea well as with others not_ on < ^
ing dangerous precedent for the citiwns of tim ^ ^J
quently we accept them on a playful "boys wuj ^
more often do we grant executive and let\ w*ii
governmentaj body which aome day may be 1


October
14. 1955
unity Leaders Named to Direct
'erse Activities of Jewish Federation
BB of promncnt community
" ve ten named to direct
nf important standing
'of the Greater Miami
^deration
changes for confederation and ac-
tion.
Finance committeeDavid Phil-
lips, chairman. The treasurer of
Federation usually heads this com-
*Jewistifk>ridliarj
nel relations. It reports to the
executive committee on its recom-
mendations regarding personnel
practices or other matters affect-
ing relationship of the board of
governors to the staff of Federa-
tion.
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Hebrew Academy
PTA to Install
Annual installation ceremonies
Novelist Asked to Write
Script Based on Operetta
Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers this week revealed that they
have commissioned Nathaniel
Also elPPH ,t ,*, of new'y-elected Hebrew Academy Weinreb to write a new script for
mm" ill I!..! __ execu.tlve I PTA officers will be held jointly lB?r..Koc.hba'" .based. on Abraham
of,mn?h me nominating rnmmillM _ii_ _....*! WainmK r.,.... m ;....,; d,..,,.i>
"of Federation, such as
and developing studies.
'search and such proj-
re assigned to it by the
. committee.
is committee-Leon Kap-
nan. TMj committee stu-
"bylaws and recommends
bin, chairman. This committee is
committee are Mrs. Aaron M. Kan-
ner, Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. Max
koff, president; William Fair, hon-
orary life vice president; Henry In PrS<-css Thursday evenings at
ESK^'ou^^ Miltn A Fiman. Penchansky. Hyman Sandier, M. E., the Palette room of the
rplitmns nf Fediratinn i Mrs ( arl Susskind. Irving Saal,' Rosenhouse. vice presidentb; Jacob Beach Community Center,
relations oi federation. ,,., W(.1Ilkle Wll|jam Singer!KatZ, treasarer; Philip Rose, cor'____________________________
Personnel committee Isidore and I.eon Kaplan. Alternate mem-' responding secretary; Samuel
Simkowitz, chairman. This group bers are Irving Cypen, Lou Gold- j Wolfe, recording secretary; Martin
acts for the executive committee j man. Mrs. Monte Selig, Dr. Melvin
in all matters relating to person- Becker and Martin Fine.
KT IS HIS WATCHWORD
lessman Links Future With Capacity for Good Deeds
with a noble purpose in
Iho-e day- is Tubie Res-
president ol the Calvert
i Company.
fk heads a campaign to
Ends to encourage young
Ehletes to compete in try-
|repre-ent America in the
Ding Olympic uames.
talvert executive did not
this purpose in an off-
anner. He has long been
[in behalf ol minority
l having worked with the
Association for the Ad-
m of Colored People to
(segregation; with the Ur-
pgue to improve Negro
i and with the United Ne>
ege Fund.
(migrant parents, Resnik
Hisible for the vast sales
Ition of Calvert Distillers.
peyi product is the sec-
seller in the world.
ord ha- been diligence
Ukerence to Jewish tradi-
hours a day. every day.
he found no time for other af-
j fairs. As a result, Brandeis Univer-
j sity recently honored him for his
J work at the school by establishing
I the "Tubie Resnik Collection in
I Literature." Brandeis president
Dr. Abram Sachar has praised
I Resnik for his "keen devotion to Be* LignY.""written by AifredCofr
] the cause of higher education.
Genet, social secretary; Bernice' REFINED BUSINESSMAN
Honig, chaplain; Milton Koch, par- in fort' wih to moot woman
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Tukie Kesnik
foundations of philanthropy and
cultural interest."
Resnik got his first big break
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Alex Van Straaten Dead at Age 71;
Was a Noted Community Leader
Alex Van Straaten. 71. a founder
ol HI Sinai Hospital and past pres-
ident of Miami Beach Zioi>t I'i-
diet, (lied Saturday nioiiiinJS at his
home, tBe Vandcrbllt hotel. 2009
Collins ave. Miami Beach.
Mr. Van Straaten. a retired -ilk
importer, eame to Miami Be.irh
from Philadelphia 14 yean igO.fi
both cities he was prominent in
Civic and religion- work.
He was the founder and first
president of Temple Jtidea in Phil-
adelphia, as well a- being past
president of the Northern Libert)
Hospital and past president ol the
Green \alle> ( ountry dub there.
Afler coming to Miami. Mr. Van
Straaten took very active part in
Jewish affairs He founded the Hi-
ami Beach Zionist District, and
under hi- leadership it became the
largest Zionist organization in the
South He served both as president
and treasurer of the district
For thi- work in the Zionist
cause, Mr V I II Straaten HU
eleeted honorary president of the
Zionist Organization of America
He was an original hoard mem-
ber and director of Hi Sinai Hos-
pital and was active in the G
or Miami Jewish Federation.
On Dec i;<. ism. his 70th birth-
day, Mr Van Straaten was honor-
' a testimonial dinner, attend-
ed bj 4(H) persons, al which he was
praised "for a lifetime i>i
lion to Zionism, Jewrj and nan
kind in Mian,
then vice mayor, li
it the testi-
monial "Alex Vai v"
\ Stn Bten i- sun ived bj
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B, h Memorial Cma
Alton rd. ________
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both of Low Inland, N V iaj '
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K. i i.i th T Firtel, age 8 died
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dent
Me was the -on of Mr and Hn
Irving Firtel, 431 West SSnd
a student at the Hebrew \
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+Jeishrk>rkten
's 29th Season Gets
jide'r Way Oct. 30 With Miss Tourel
sky. cellist; Artur Rubinstein,
pianist; and Mischa Klman, violin-
ist.
The 29th season will open with
celebrated mezza-soprano Jennie
Tourel as soloist on Oct. 30 and
31.
Mr. Bitter is honoring the bicen-
tennary of Mozart's birth, which
will be recognized throughout the
world during the coming year. In
playing the Mozart Symphony in A
major.
Miss Tourel. considered one of
the finest Mozart exponents, has
programmed among others, the
two Mozart arias. Zeffiretti Lusing-
hier. from "Indomeneo," and Scene
and Aria with Piano Obligato.
Of Russian parentage, Jennie
Herman Busch, Vic- Tourel was brought up in France
. Mason ol the Unlvw-
tiVvmp.wn.vnr.H^-a
L be a banner year, Mrs.
Em concert manager, Hid
tr'AcconlmU to the Nk
Ep,ion> up to date, there
RKcation that there will
LSnof the Pop Cg
ISepastsummer all sell-
,r Wiii begin his statli
C m, return to the Urn-
flBaim as music director
riurt.T. He "ill share the
rthtwo guest conducton
i Beechara. Bart.,
Cdl6.and Carlos Chavez,
111 and 12
L member- playing in the
., m. Modeste Alloo, Eu-
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. at
Dnli slmiuklovsky,
[ulMurph>. Sr., Dominique
t, Thorn;,- C. Collins and
Clarke
bf the highlights of the
\\\ be the presentation of
hm.< Requiem, on Mar. 11
iih the full symphony or-
the Uttiversitj of Miami
|ud Eileen Farrell and
pissel a* soloists.
iartists to appear are Jen-
mezzo soprano; Tossy
sky, violinist; Nicanor
harpi-t: Witold Mal-
piani>t; Greyor Piatigor-
and Switzerland, and before com-
ing to the United States she was
rated as star of the Paris Opera-
Comique. the greatest Irving Car-
men and Mignon. She considers
herself Russian by background,
French by education and an Amer-
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JNF Council to Map
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Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami will meet Wednes-
day evening, Oct. 19. in the patio
of Temple Beth Sholom, according
to an announcement by Daniel M.
Broad, president.
Mendel Fisher testimonial din-
ner committee will meet with the
general body of delegates to co-
ordinate plans for the dinner,
which will be held at the DiLido
hotel Dec. 4.
Installation of newly elected of-
ficers will take place, and annual
reports of activities for the past
year of every affiliated organiza-
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director for several years.
North Dade PTA Will
Hear Bureau Director
Mrs. Harold Shopmaker will
side at a meeting of the PTA of
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day morning, Oct. 16, at the Cen-
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Mrs. Pat Sumners. program
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of extension activities at the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
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Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
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meeting will honor the memories
of Max Mintzer and Louis Block.
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The Bachelors' Club, in Washington has lost its
nresident So best wishes to fMney f. Wellmen, who
recently married Danielle D. Martin*. .
The attractive bride received her Bachelors de-
gree from the University of Wisconsinher Mas-
re,., degree from the University of Miami, where
_ she mice taught in' the Modern Language Depart
. ^nielle't now working on her PhD in Spanish at Mid-
College-
vou know, is a building contractor in Washington and
H^and Danielle have just returned from a honeymoon in
Islands. Haiti. Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Jamaica
L k) Charnay blew into town on Saturday for a week's stay at
Tchainnnn of Allied Public Relations. Back to Washington
hies this weekend, and friends will be sorry to see him leave.
Wiesner's "big payoff is more than big these days, and
rmuch rejoicing at his DiLido Island residence. .
j-, the manufacturer of Trickettes, those beautiful purse
ories made in Miami. .
liehlight of the story is that Trickettes are now being fea-
[on the television show. "Big Payoff."
jr md Mrs. D. M. Michnoff left their North Bay rd. home last
tndfora trip to California. .
Jith them were Dr. and Mrs. George Graham. The men of
(families will attend the American Dental Association conven-
i San Francisco Oct. 16.
I in Hoi Springs, Ark., are the Harry Sirkins. They ex-
i remain for three weeks prior to visiting New York City. .
heir Gotham jaunt is a repeat performance. The Sirkins spent
(months tlicrr earlier last summer. .
final leg ol the couple's trip brings them back to their DiLido
I home sometime in November.
hit* Katiman's future mother-in-law. Mrs. Julius Kratish, hon-
ker at I charming luncheon Saturday in the Algiers hotel. .
IIm and fiance Jack plan to be married in December. Her
[are the Jacob Katzmant, of Pinetree dr.
^he Baron de Hirsch Mayers concluded their European jaunt
i their ship docked in New York Saturday. .
knd inxiously looking forward to Baron and Polly's return
[was his mother, Mrs. Sarah Mayer, of Meridian ave., who has
I them since they left Miami Beach back in July. .
I couple's arrival in their Star Island home Monday happily
the lonu separation.
>>tc [of Miami Beach's leading pioneers, Mrs. Rosa Weiss, last
;ly celebrated her 71st birthday. .
te pioneer resident is known to countless Beachites and
iians from here to Tallahassee as "Rosia." .
he doting grandmother's celebration featured a visit with her
Hchildren. Being with them was a wonderful way to spend a
day." Mrs. Weiss told friends.
*rion and Matthew Eskow are back in their South Shore dr.
Iment and looking forward to moving into their new home
By.. .
i couple spent most of the summer in Wisconsin and Chi-
She-the former Marion Goldfarb, as you know.
Airiim Zbar has some extra duties these daysin addition to
J the personal secretary of business tycoon Moses Ginsburg.
fence they arc principally of a social nature, she's happy about
Uting Miriam from New York City at her Ocean dr. depart
"I b cousin Mrs. Eda Bogen, who has already told friends here
Ijitc- Mian i r, ., h so much she may make it her permanent
pews (mm the medical front is that Dr. Maurice I. Edelman
'arrived in Chicago to attend the annual meeting of plastic
JIM and e\i'. ear nose and throat specialists there. .
[Maurice assistant clinical professor at the University of
L
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[The Irwin Kotts are just about fully recuperated from their
Tk tuur of England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and
Jugal. .
[JKqueline and irwin were married in Gotham Town's Waldorf
7" hotel July 31. Then, off to the continent they wentbut not
ing some of Broadway's best, including "Damn Yan-
|Shes the daughter of the J. Jay Klines, Scarsdale, N.Y. Irwin's
J"re ,nc L<>uis C. Kotts. Miami Beach. .
i*h, who's a partner in the law firm of Myers, Heiman and
P". explained that he and Jacqueline left on the Liberte and
h h Sept" 16 We rested in New York for a weekcouldn't
w,f anything because the hurricane hit usthen returned
it *
[ietlv
Piami
They're at h
ome now at Bay Harbor Islands.
and Mrs. Aba Kati plan to entertain Sunday
L ," "'" w. and Mrs. Abe Kati plan to entertain aunuay
ISiTri rrwthe many fr,">ds they made at the Roney Plaza Sun
^Uabana Club last summer
|JW U that Mr.
mar
vlub last summer. .
. MiTm*"1 b6 a 8arden party at the Kt, nome' 230 SW 21sl
Erd*.8J^nu"r>hiPPers" invited are the Lou Shatters. Mr. and
> ,nrf u r"n9,,M' Mr- nd Mr- Edward Goldetein. the Max
,. "* and Mr*. David Has*, the Kati' daughter and son-
[ Friend '**>
?' Merr-u' "'klp(1 0VfT tne Joeeph Mintxer birth announce
' ^ 170th arnved lnis we*k *nd will 80on ** at nome at
CnH.'li^ fher.f0rmer D," Zalikoff, whose folks, the Joseph
"* 1,v* n Paterson, N.J. ...
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday, October 14, 1955
Section B
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz (right), outgoing
president, presents the gavel to Mrs. Miriam
Kobley, newly-elected president of Temple
Israel Sisterhood, at a luncheon in the
Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel.
Local HadassaS Marks National H Week
,S* 25th ave.
words U Joe's mother, Nkn. Sally Mintxer. of
Mrs. Irwin Liss, membership co-
ordinator of the Greater Miami
chapter of Hadassah, and her com-
mittee have been busily engaged
in drawing up plans for a record-
breaking ''National H Week" cam-
paign dated to Bet under way the
week of Oct. 17.
National H Week" will seek to
enroll new members in the wom-
en's Zionist Organization group.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Greater Miami
chapter president, explained Wed
nesday. 'Hadassah appeals to the
American Jewish woman. \
Americans and through our Ameri-
can affairs program of civic and
community participation in lhe_
democratic process. Hadassah
members can participate in the
finest union of Jewish ideals
our concern for Jewry abroad and
in Israel and our relationship to
the wealth of activities here in
this nation."
Mrs. Sindell also referred to Ha-
da-sah's extensive program of
education in Jewish history and
culture, as well as Hebrew studies.
As a result, it seems that Hadas-
sah is a 'natural' for the modern
American Jewish woman. But our
greatest appeal is to that non-par-
tisan part of all peoplethe hu-
man heart."
In launching "Nation II Week"
here, Mrs. Liss said that "our re-
wards are found in the healthy
bodies and the proud, smiling
faces we have helped to make that
way Every woman who under-
stands this pride and has this need
to serve, is both welcome and need-
ed in Hadassahs ranks."
Joining the membership cam-
paign effort here are Hadassah s
14 local groupsDeborah. Albert
Einstein. I. R. Goodman,Theodor
Henl, Israeli, Menorah, Mt. Scop-
Mrs. Charles Goldberg, wife of the manager of the Delano
hotel, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Mis. Hank Meyer, wife of
the public relations director of the City of Miami Beach,
shown at a cocktail party held in honor of Mrs. Roosevelt on
the Delano sky terrace last week.
us, Naomi, Hanna Sencsch. Shal-
oma. Henrietta Szold, Torah,
Chaim Wcizmann and Stephen S.
Wise.
The local campaign will come
on the heels of Hadassah's instal-
lation meeting slated last Tuesday
afternoon at Oceanfront Audi-
torium. Installed by Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
were the Mesdames Oscar Sindell.
president; Milton Sirkin. Irwin
Weinstein and Samuel Sakrais,
Continued on Page 2 B


Page 2 B
*Jcnif fkridiam
he <-J~towicfront
Mrs. Norman Bmmcl
Mrs. lewis Biderman
'YOU AMD WE UN'
Beth Sholom Women Mark UN Birthday
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will celebrate the tenth anni-
versao oi the United Nations ;it an open meeting Wednesday noon.
19. in the banquet ball of the Temple
Chairman oi the da) will be Mrs Norman Babel, who is corrcspond-
retarj ol the Miami Beach Division oi the Greater Miami chapter.
United Nation- Association
Mr- Babel will present the Bev Caxton Dogsjetl and Mrs. Louis
i .-man in a discussion entitled "You ami th. i \
Mrs. Biderman i- co-chairman ol the Miami Beach Division ol the
United Nation.* dissociation here
loos:
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Tin makers run
" ol ideas for vegetable accom-l
paniments t" fish, meat or poultry
meals it we know elementary
need- of the human body, we
-pare no pains to work in avail-
able fre-li vegetables or canned or
n substitutes) along with the
starch] element- in planning our
la
Here i- one recipe that ha- \
ts worth on many ;i busy day.
Want oi a better name : call
it:
Vegetable Patties
1 cup cooked and mashed |
lima bean.- or chick peas (use
canned or froten kind if de-
sired)
l eup diced onion
3 tal ening
hmaiti oil or
1 clove garlic, minced fit*
tional
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p (Ir\ bread or cracker
crumb-, rolled very fine
2 eggs
1 cup finely chopped spinach,
green bean- or asparagus
'U.-e canned or frozen kindi
Shortening for pan frying
I -e the food chopper for mash-
ing the cooked pea- or bean- tir-t
on this n-t of ingredients Lightly
brown the diced onion in shorten-
ing used and add minced garlic lor
special tang Add the hall cup
fine crumb- to the fried onion and
-tir for one minute. Combine the
two mixture- and add eggs, one at
time, mixing till combined Add
lhp gri ilea, mixing i
I] with a fork Now form tin- i
tm' into balls and roll in the half
cup oi eruba till well coated piece
at least an inch apart i
'veil greased frying pan
heated i v< r moder-
MBC Flatten with the bowl
mixing spoon and try till
nicelj browned before turning to
brown the underside Use a pan-
turner lor ea-\ handling
Serve hot Serves 4 i
Here-- another vegetable com'i
binatior we ha\e immd most
lector) for chilly October days
Or. omit th" cheese topping and '
u-e it for Fleishig meal- an\ da)
of the week. With the cheese it i
makes a fine luncheon dish
Here- how:
October Vegetable Medley
4 table-spoons olive or other oil i
1 large onion, diced or sin
2 cloves garlic minced fine
3 large green peppers, diced or
A\ccr\
2 cup- diced tresli or canned
tomatoe-*
2 cup- Iinely diced vellovv
quash, unpared
2 cups diced eggplant, unpared
, up- finely diced raw potato
14 cup cooked rue
Salt and pepper to ta-te
4 tablespoons fine crumb-
4 tablespoon- grated hard
Hadassah Plans for
'National H-Week'
Continued from Pc I B
honorary vice presidents; Miss Lil-
lian (ioodman. lrwin Liss. Harold
Me I nick and Joseph Shapiro, vice
president-
TheMesdames Abe Greenberg.
financial secretary; Herbert Gut-
man, corresponding secretary;
James Gordon, recording secre-
tary; Joseph Sugarman. treasurer;
Mises Kneger. parliamentarian;
and Halt) l'latoff. auditor.
Reenrollment co-chairmen of the
Notional H Week" campaign
here will bo Mrs. Raymond Wolf
and Mrs. H C Moacr, with Mia
H. S. Hicvman acting as Integra
tion chairman.
Now numbering over 300.000
members in 1.200 chapter- and
group-. Hada-sah WXI founded in
1912 by Henrietta Szold. -Today
in the United State-. Hadassah
help- foster creative and intelli-
gen Jewish living hrough an edu-
cation program; participates in ef-
lort- which safeguard democracy
here and assure peace and secur
ity throughout the world; encour
and supports Jewish youth ac-
tivities; and acts as an interpreter
of I-rael to the American commu-
nity Mr- I.1-- explained.
"In Israel. Hadassah conducts a
comprehensive health and social
welfare program, which includes a
hospital network of diagnostic,
dilative and preventive medical
services, health station-, youth
refugee rehabilitation, vocational
education and land redemption
project-
1 nenoar 1 ypc Cheese
md lightly brown the dice?
Cheddar Type Cheese
Mince
Heat
pan a
onion and minced garlic.' Add pre
pared vegetables in the order list.
ed. add seasoning to taste, cover
j and cook over low heat for 10 min
ute-. The water in which vege-
I tables have been rinsed will be
. sufficient in addition to the mois-
ture formed under the lid. Lift
1 cover and test potatoes or rice for
tendances Stir lightly. Cover
and continue to cook for 15 min
ute- over low heat. Serve hot with
a topping of fine crumbs and grat-
ed cheese, and a sprinkling of
minced parsley. Or. if time per
nut-, top with crumbs and alkM 1
and slip under broiler flame till
lightly browned. Then serve with
a garnish of minced greens. Serves
6.
5353
coffee Oct. I?. a' '
Rabbi malav^
l^.hh, Morton >;aiavJ!1
enUr sP'"tual '$*>*
;""'-"' lecture, oVlJl
" Were!!, ll*J
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velopment of the SyJJ
Noofilus PfTtT^
Nautilus School m.
Monday evening, Oct Rfl
us 1 nedman. presio^J
11 will conduct 3
ing and present the PhTl
"I the year.
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g/lboitt K/joidr Special Jc
,arb Dressed Up in a Special
Recipe Can Mean New Taste Thrill
i-a.uc Rhubarb," a so- men. The ketchup actually a
,ri of Brown Betty, fruit based saucegives the dish
ctvorites
L i-a-uc Rhubarb," a so-
ti% of Brown Betty
won the second grand
S3000 in the nationwide
Uketchup" -most poo-
Ch i HeiM Company. Its
I N,n> York free lance
IJL Rosemary Rothschild.
,mc because it's a sure
, time--e5pecially with the)
,p Counting
)se Calories
- faii and winter fash-
.'in and every one of the
rtresses the pencil-slim.
EL Donl l"' discouraged.
& you try on these new
-ve a partner in our corner
, us fight the battle of the
tilled Su! arioe, a no
[liquid sweetener It's ac-
.,,- than -nearcomes
nlratcd form, ><'< without
Judicial taste Best of all.
[aMuU'h no food value.
k ioo when a four-ounce
w'il sweeten more than 700
[coffee or lea It takes only
Spoonful to equal 13 of
jnd a ttblespo inful is the
lent of a cupful of sugar.
i mea-ure by the drop from
I shaker top bottle.
ereal or fruit in desserts
cooking, it Kives you
nothing more. Recom-
_ by doctor- for diabetics,
Lights and low calorie diets,
trfectly harmless safe for
fcn or grown-ups
[stop taking the "calorie
[rten your sweet-tooth gets
tof you. Your life can b<
and your t inure neater
ou u>e this new concen-
|s*eetener. Sugarine is avail-
t food and drug stores every-
ling Course
Senior Citizens
mteer Aides
Bins course lor volunteers
l field- of service to senior
iwill be offered to all wom-
i area by National Coun-
mkh Women Monday
Oct. 10. at the Jewish
[for the Aged
i tferUung experience of re-
sting older people to re-cn-
nniunitj life." said Mrs. Leo
chairman. "i> a most gra-
feelina. They learn to be
[JW to themselves and to
MrohiBteers are enrolled in
>Sram. but many more are
Jillrs Barney Modes and
lrman Tatar, Beach and
chairmen under
I- Section chairman-
Bid.
">R se>Mo,H win be lead
member. 0f ,he Home,
r < field supervisor of the
Mini Jewish Community
l***. which is the second
njing program offered by
trains volunteer work-
S5LS? to*>Ut time.
REDUCE i
men. The ketchup actually
fruit based saucegives the dish
a welcome spiciness.
Major League Rhubarb
94 cup sugar
'i teaspoon salt
'a teaspoon ground cinnamon
V4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 cups soft bread crumbs
3 cups unpceled rhubarb in
1 inch piece
1 banana
1 tart apple
'2 cup Heinz tomato ketchup
1 tablespoon lemon rind
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 tablespoons butter or
margarine
Fast, sure batting order for mak-
ing a big hit:
Meat oven to 35fT (moderate 1
Combine first 5 ingredients yr,\
-1 of this mixture with rhubarb in
greased 1% qt. casserole. Peel
and thinly slice banana and apple;
place in casserole. Combine ketch
up, lemon rind and juice; pour ov-
er fruit. Sprinkle with remaining
bread crumb mixture. Dot with
butter. Bake covered 1'4 to m
hrs. Serve warm or cold. Garnish
with whipped cream or cottage
cheese. Makes 8 servings.
The result is a tart and gpley
compote of fruit that when gar-
nished with whipped cream or cot-
tage cheese, pleases "the hardiest
sandlot star as well as the most
sophisticated gourmet."
villages in every part of Israel.
"Proceeds of this luncheon will
go towards the Youth Aliyah proj-
ect, Mrs. Shalom explained, "and
every reservation t r 111. luncheon
will help another young newcomer
me a productive citizen of the
land of Israel "
Flying down from New York to
be guest speaker for this function
is Mrs. Ruth VValdman, regional
executive board member and na-
tional representative of the Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
America, who has recently return-
ed from an intensive tour in Israel
of the child-care and social serv-
ice projects sponsored by Mizrachi
Women.
While in Israel, Mrs. Waldman
conferred with top governmental
leaders in the Youth Aliyah field,
gathering information and data on
current conditions of Israel's new-
comers and youth.
In charge of reservations for the
luncheon is Mrs. Charles Turk. On
Monday, a reception will be held
for Mrs. Waldman at the Black-
; stone hotel, with Mrs. Stone as
hostess. Officers of the three Miz-
rachi groups and prospective im-'-i-
' bcr.s have been invited to this re-
ception.
Amity 28 Club Will
Install Officers Saturday
Israel Silver, supervisor of the
Town Branch, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, will be in-
stalling officer at the installation
dinner dance of the Amity 28 Club
at Ramon's on Saturday evening,
Oct. 15.
To be installed are Esther Gra-
sian, president; Morris Shaffer,
vice president; Ruth Elkin, record-
ing secretary; Clem Bership. fi-
nancial secretary; Beatrice Mnu-
clei off, corresponding secretary;
and Howard Margolis, treasurer.
Mrs. Irving Shalom
Mizrachi Women
in Harvest Lunch
At Fontainebleau
A harvest luncheon at the Foun-
taineblcau hotel on Tuesday after-
noon, Oct. 18, will climax the sum-
mer Dime Bank Project sponsored
by the three local Mizrachi Wom-
en groups. Mrs. Irving Shalom is
harvest luncheon chairman.
Participating in the function are
Tamara Chapter with Mrs. Alfred
Stone, president: Dov Chapter,
with Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, presi-
dent; and Beach Chapter, with Mrs
I. B. Fisenstein, president. Dime
Bank chairman of the participating
groups are Mrs. Henry Liehman,
Mrs. Edna Selis and Mrs. Zelda
Kunst.
"Mizrachi of America is an offi-
cial agency of Youth Aliyah. which
has brought more than 50.000 Jew-
ish children from every part of the
world to Israel," Mrs. Sholom ex-
plained. "Through this doorway
came the youngt*t victims of har-
ship. terror and persecution. To
help them towards their future,
Mizrachi Women of America main-
tains an extensive network of
Youth Aliyah children's homes and
says:
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The second woman voiumcer
leader from abroad to be chosen
by the National Council oi Jen
Ish Women under n- mh fellow-
ship program arrived late laal
week at Idlewild Airport in Nee
York.
she i> lira Bernard Cohen <>i
Sydney! Australia, who will ba
afforded the opportunity to be-
come acquainted, through ob-
serration and study, with 'he role
ui women volunteers in this coun-
try, in community responsibil-
ity She was met at the airport b)
.Mrs Frank Cohen, chairman of
Council s overseas committee.
Miss France- Taussig, a member
o| the committee, and Mrs San
ford Samuel, vice president of
the New York Section.
Mr- Cohen brings with her
manj yean ot eiperieuee in com
munal affairs and community
servtees in Australia She is
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women of Australia,
an affiliate of the International
Council oi .lew ish Women, and a
past president oi the Sydney Sec
lion She is i member of the New
South Wales Jewish Board of
Deputies, a vice president of the
State Zionist Council and of the
Ji .' ish National Fund.
Mrs I narrlct; and has
fOWn children hut she has
never found am difficulty in re
COndUng her home activities and
her community service work In
fact, she strongl) believes that -
the tWO complement each other;
that the well being; of one's fam-
ily is large!) dependent on the
well-being oi the community in
which it lives and even of the
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world as i whole.
"The National Council of Jew-
ish Women of the United States
is also firm believer in the in-
terrelationship of world commu-
nities." declared Mrs ifotae s.
Cahn president ol the Council, in
hailing Ura Cohen'! arrival.
I'liat is why Council has found-
ed these fellowships to bring
prominent women community
leaders ot other countries to the
United States to learn how we in
America carry on our many thou-'
sands Of public spirited activities
Bach country has much to offer
in know how and techniques to i
other-, and we in turn expect to
learn from Mrs Cohen what li
being accomplished in Australia
\\e have chosen Mrs Cohen as
the recipient of our second fel-
low-hip in this field i"
her outstanding abilities, hen
prominence in the community
lift Ol Australia and the com
mendationa she received from
leaders in her own country, in-'
eluding the Ministry tor Labor.
Industr) and Social Welfare
"During her tour month sta) In
the ( lilted State-." Mis ('.dm
said. "Mrs Cohen will observe
Councils National and Section
administration and programs In
New York. Aurora. HI and St.
Louis, Mi-- and also (he pro
grams ol other groups in the gen-
eral and Jewish communitii
Mrs Cahn pointed out that the
first fellowship to be awarded
under the program had gone to
Mrs Aiisa sekej ,,.,,,., ,sr.>r
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!''' "! will he ,. .
held Wedi '""> chapter will hold a
'!'' I v/ith Dr h '.""(r' '';"",, i':,r,v ''< '' hooM of
' lahlon. pr( Mrs Albert Shkolor. 2346 8W 21
Issembt} i i ,;, wednesda) Od 19
a""- a aker "" '-"" Goldman and
Mri Robert Miller.
ViEOOlHga
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the i oral ,
t there will also
musici ram.
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An evening read is iaha-
"i' '" mgemanU is urtV. Oet 22 at the Candle Light
Mrs sonia Plotkin, membership lnn- Coconut Grow.
Chairman other members of the '" chairmen are \;, Moses
committee are the Meadamea Sam Mrl,r "'"l Mr Fred Sandier Pro-
Look, Solomon Halperin. Ann HeJ ceedf '"" atoetxel Hapoalol (or
dennch and Lillian Levine rehabilitatioa ol women and chll-
dran immigrants Israel.
A lunch,,i is scheduled
tr,oc.('i8n-;;l;'i,'r',K I he Pioneer Women Couneil ^tv of ,hc .lews **
representative to the 14th biennial
national convention. Mrs |1(.nh .
Raffel. Council secretary and p e sJ^J R^. President of
Jdent of Kadimah chapter will PilJi2 Myerson club of
leave the day following the unch- p^TJo hl!T.U'nnounw' card
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;a$t Branch of Synagogue Women in Reciprocity Day
%OW1 Wernitk_______
Club iVill
, Sock Travelers
L Club of the Israel
Jcompaign will give a
back" parly in honor of
1 of Mr and Mrs. Louis
and Mr. William Pes-
bracl.
rty will be held on Sun-
ng, Oct. 16 in the Mar-
Schoof Convenes
\ school sessions of Beth
Bgregation open Sunday
16. according to an
nent this week by Rab-
E Rottman, Beth Israel
leader Registration hours
Srough Thursday will Ih>
I noon and ii t<> > i>.m.
Southeast Branch of National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America has invit-
ed the boards of the 12 affiliated
Sisterhoods in Greater Miami,
Hollywood and West Palm Beach
to attend their third "Reciprocity
and Orientation" day. The event
will take place on Thursday, Oct.
20, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Temple
Beth Sholem, Hollywood.
According to Mrs. Benjamin B.
Wolff, reciprocity chairman,
these workshops are "giving Sis-
terhood leaders a keener aware-
ness that National Women's
League is a service organization,
devoted to the perpetuation of
traditional Judaism, through a
vast program of high standards
and proper attitudes.
"Our Branch is focusing their
interest on National's education-
al services, helping our women
to find expression in Jewish life,
teaching them to find satisfaction
in the use of their talents and
skills, for the enrichment of their
own lives, for the benefit of our
people and for the sake of all
people.
"We hope to make our Sister-
hoods the most effective women's
organization in the country,
working on behalf of every
member in our family, our syna-
gogue, Judaism and its future."
Program for Oct. 20th will be
as follows: "Y4 of Adult Educa-
tion" by Mrs. Samuel Lerer,
Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood;
"Youth-Ful Ideas in a Panel Dis
cussion" by Mrs. Harold Stern,
North Shore Jewish Center, Mrs.
William Rubenstein. Temple
Emanu-El, and Mrs. Richard Her-
old, Beth David'Synagogue. Mi-
ami; Miss Lillian Goodman, of
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
29th SEASON
Musical Director and Conductor
JOHN BITTER
Guest Conductors
THOMAS BEECHAM, Bart.
CARLOS CHAVEZ
Soloists
October 30 and 31
JENNIE TOUREL
November 20 ana 21
TOSSY SPIVAKOVSKY
December 11 and 12
CARLOS CHAVEZ, and
NICANOR ZABALETA
, January 22 and 23
WITOLD MALCUZYNSKI
_ February 12 and 13
0REGOR PIATIGORSKY
mmm March 11 and 12
EILEEN FARRELL and
WALTER CASSEL
BKAHMS REQUIEM
. March 25 and 26
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN
THOMAS BEECHAM, Bart.
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"Profits of Gift and Book
Shops," will be presented by Mrs.
Sam Altaian and Mrs. Morris
Moskowitz. of Zamora Jewish
< on National's publications.
A cast of women from Temple
Sinai, Hollywood, will present
a National program script.
"Snatched from a Cruel Fate."
Mrs. David Shapiro, Temple Si-
nai, will give the invocation and
Mrs. Harvey Klamkin, Beth Em-
eth Congregation, will render the
benediction.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick is pres-
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and the local affiliates are as
follows: Zamora Jewish Center,
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Springs, Hialeah; Temple Beth
Sholem, Hollywood; Temple Si-
nai, Hollywood; Beth David, Mi-
ami; Israelite Center, Miami;
Beth Emeth, Miami; West Miami
Jewish Center, Miami; Monticello
Park Jewish Center, Miami;
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ami Beach; Temple Emanu-El,
Miami Beach; and Temple Beth
El, West Paim Beach.
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Beach Masada, Young Zionist Dis-
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Rubin is on the national speak-
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also serves on the "board of direc-
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League Against Communism and
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In his talk to the group. Rubin
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Frido
3n tlte^ealm of Society \$to*f**/4fatt*\K
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dasher were i
their nephew. Jack Ll.barman. Jack ? 'bwt U%l
attend market week of the Southern FashL ?"J^ C
Souci hotel. hash,on E*hibHoft^-
Jack presented a specialty line of misna a*~.
with Queen Mode, of Miami He is aU utf. ,?*** andi
which frequently has entries in racing events here H
QtffCaT HMf OFFfCMl
Michaal Clain was graduated from Miami n- u
June. His parents. Mr. and Mr.. R.obin h Hii4-
friends that he will serve as president of Tail KM'***
the University of Florida in Gainesville Pl **!
Michaal was recently elected to the office at
tcrnity pledge class. a m<*'ui{<(
SHI'S 6ITT/WC WILL NOT IS ON TKAVH
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A
A".";s lla Krcuss
[hi Claire's Fiance
Was Violinist
\ wedding in the near futim is
for Ma l 'laire Krau and
i : Scha< hne oi Los Angeli
Their ei ment is announced
I i1 ts oi !!. bride elect,
. : Mrs. Nate Krauss, 1587
II ridian ave
id i- the son of Mrs V
i hne ''i Los \i i It and the
l te Sol Si hachi
lla attended the i 'nivi rsi oi
participated in the
Theater productions there
id is a former concert violin-
ill attended the I n versity of
them i alifon
\: present, the co in
c. ifornia with David's mother.
Aiits Joan Kandcl
Miss Kandcl Will
Wed Mcd Stuclcnl
\i Ithaca, N v. last summer,
Ji an K;.i del met the man she is
planning t<> marry "' the fall of
l. 56
iic I- Stanley Worton of New
Vi rk < itj a i iv luate ol Cornell
1 nivei sitj now attending medical
ol in Basel. Switzerland
m d rnell he belonged to Tau
la Phi fn I Cornell
So< ietj l!.' is the
i Mrs Ruth !' Worti n ol New
York
Joan is the daughter ol Mr and
ris .' Kandel, DOS North
Venetian I from Miami Beach n h
and is nov a iphomore ..' Bran
Mist Carol Sher.nan
Carol Lee Sherman
Plans August Kites
Carol Lea Sherman and Irwin
ird Cotzin are planning a wed-
in August, I
The couple- enva^cment is an-
nounced here bj the bride elect'
parents. Mr and Mrs A! Shprman,
7900 I reapl bIvdM Miami Beach.
* led Miami Beach
High School and I'niversity of
Florida.
[nrin, son (if Mr and Mrs. Mor-
ris Cotzin, 2542 S\V 26th st was
graduated from Miami High and
attended I'niversity of Florida.
He i- DOW I junior at the I'ni-
versity of Miami, majoring in in-
surance
Rosemary Kaplan is back from Mt. Sinai Hosnitai
illness. Her recovery is coming i.....ig .,, nicelv tha v "
already crowding her 121 Ocean dr. home i,,*,
Myars. of 1361 Euclid ave. ... He plans a weS^Sf
bnngback gifts for friends-"as well a- plenty of"fg^
Enjoying Miami Beach while on a combined bum*, .n
ure trip this week were Mr. and Mrt. E. H. Shahas of b3
While here, they were entertained by the JultsGatdb* J
North Meridian ave. home. The Sydney Goldbaros of>
also shared honors as host-
SCMOOL BILLS KING OUT fOK THCA1
Susan and Ronald Lipton are hark at school after sp_
] summer months with their parents, the Joseph M. Liptom,of|
i 47th st. Susan is a sophomore majoring in journalism at H
and Ronald is a senior at Harvard, where he is specialitinc *]
of economics.
Mrs. Lipton has just returned from Boston 'My annual J
says, speaking of her holiday. Jo*'* president of Dade Federal
and Loan.
Blind Date Rings
In Wedding Bells
\ blind date brought Sh r Lee
' )' M ireu and Robert Owen
Gerta ler The.; i men!
1 I bj her pan I Mi
'i Mrs In ing E Marcus, 5241
)V rth Baj rd Miami Beach.
Mi-- Marcus attended Miami
]' ach High, Drexel Private S< hoo!
' the University ol Miami
re -he was a member <>f the
1 nn, Te ichers ol America and
' '* tics club
Mr Cert/, -on of Mrs .1
G i'/ 2329 s\v 22nd tar and the
1 c ib Gertz, graduated from
i: i ; niversitj of Miami He is
ient of the Meal (enter
Stoi c -
The wedding will take place
-\ \ 13 at Temp;,' Kmar. ; Kl
Miss Marlene Michael
Couple Who Met
On Plane to Wed
A i Temple Israel
Getting off a plan together in
New York Marlene IVnia Michael
met Robert M. Bader They will be
married Saturday in Temple Israel
Marlene, who lives at 7865 s\v
57th st., is a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami
She is a member of the Newman
club, Future Teachers of America
and a junior counselor She at-
tended schools m New York and
Las Vegas, Ne> where her moth-
er. Mrs Pearl Florence Michael,
lives
Mr Bader. a former resident of
N< n York graduate I t >m I M and
Cornell graduate school in indus-
trial labor relations.
He served in World War II and
as a first lieutenant in the
para troopers Be is member of
the Florida and American Bar As
itions and i- teaching, business
law at I \i Mr Bader is a mem-
ber of the Masons
Beth David Teacher
To Wed in New York
Louis Gadon. a member of the
Beth David religious school teach-
ing staff for the past 18 years, will
be married on Sundav. Oct. 16,
1955 to Miss Lillian Kolodny. of
New York City.
The wedding will take place at
1 the Society for the Advancement
,of Judaism m New York City.
After the wedding, the Gadons
will spend a short honeymoon in
the New York area and return to
Miami where thev will reside at
1552 S\V 7th st
HIMT CMAt GABUIJtS
miAMIAN MTUftNfD
Marvin and Judy Rosenberg have moved into their wi I
6210 Maynada. She's the former Judy Edelman, and the i
been married one year. They're spending most of their sparel
household furnishing jaunts.
Mrs. Samoa I Curst spent five months at her summer!
Avon Lake, O Vacation time's over, and she's back at Ml a!
st.. Miami.
VITAL STATISTICS ... ON TNI KOAD
The Ray Chislings, of the Waverly Arms are welcomingtajf
of two new additions to their family. The twins will be]
Susan and Gary Richard. Erhel and Ray also have a
daughter, Jody. Proud grandparents are the I. L. Minhan
Mrs, Herbert Silver has left for Clemson House,
where she will be at the American Camping Association
the southeastern section. She plans to attend workshops I
directors in leadership and programming While there, 4
visit Camp Osccola. Horse Shoe, N.C., of which she is
The Silvers reside at 7536 Buccaneer ave. Treasure Island
principal of the new Treasure Island School there.
Prominent Local Clubwoman Elected to National Board
Parents Announce
Miss Oshens' Troth
There- a -parkier on thfl
r, left hand, oi Louise Elixa-
eUi Oshins Her engagement to
M irahall Newman la an
iced by her parents, Mr and
Alan Victor Oshins, of 1375
NE 153rd st
Her fiance il the son of Mr. and
M < Julius Newman, of 15350 NE
1 ave He formerly lived in
Chicago and attended Hertzal Jun-
ior college in Chicago and Univer-
sity ol Miami school of enginecr-
il
The couple met at the North
Miami Young Adults Club when
the future bride was secretary of
the club. She formerly lived in
New York.
Skit Due at Show
Treal in store for the Women's
GrouP "' ,l'" PTaglar Granada
"nit> Centei at their
next meeting will be a -kit called
"The Queen's New I lothes" writ
'; bj v.- Phil Schii u m
'!;' "* will he the women ol
Magler Granada, who will demon-
strate their own creations Meeting
Will take place on Thursday eve-
ning. Oc-t 20.
Mrs Ben Zion Ginsburg. prominent local club-
woman, has just been elected to the national board
Oi the National Women's Committee of Brandeis
; I'niversity at Waltham. Mass. She presently is serv-
ing her third term as president of the Greater Miami
chapter.
| Only 60 women in the United States are chosen
from about 90 chapters throughout the country to
serve on this board.
Mrs. Ginsburg this week said "I feet this honor is
recognition of the outstanding work of our Greater
Miami chapter, and the fact that I was elected for a
three year term is manifestation of the work and
achievement of the many loyal and hard working
members of the Brandeis chapter here.-'
Ruth is a graduate of the University of Chicago
and was active in PTA. club and Temple work in
that city
In Miami, in addition to her work with Brandeis
unce it- inception, she has been vice president of
Miami Beach High School PTA. and of Temple
| EmanuF.I Sisterhood, secretary of Hadassah chapter
and of Henl group of Hadassah Ruth is J
man of the Jewish Music Festival of Greater!
Jewish Community (enters
More than 700 women belong to tbe
Women's Committee in the Miami area, |
from 40 members when the club rtarWmj
five years ago. Of these. 126 are M*"j|
addition, about 50 men here are associate i
of Brandeis University itself ..
Mrs. Ginsburg's daughter. Barbara u*"
junior at Brandeis college. Four other *bi
Dade county are enrolled there.
The Ginsburg family moved her5!^"
eight years ago, and immediately bci
community affairs. Mr Ginsburgs civic"
ments comprise a long list, both here and"
The Ginsburg's son. Edwin, is a junior a
Beach High School. ^
As though her work with B^V^
enough to fill one woman s time. f j
Ginsburg is active in Mt Sina. ^""V.^
She is also program chairman of m*
of Jewish Women.
Births in Greater Mi
i*
Physicians' Wives
Physician1! Wbm Club of Great-
er Miami will hold its annual mem-
bership (offee on Friday noon.
Oct. 14. at the home of Mrs. Ed-
mond Canst, 3031 South Miami
ave.
Mrs. William Wickman. presi-
dent, and her executive commit-
tee will act as hostesses.
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Mr and Mrs Herbert Saks,
daughter, (u-t 3.
Mr. and Mrs Murray Sisselman
son. Oct. 1.
Mr and Mr- Monroe Gitelson
daughter. Sept 26
Mr and Mrs Maurice Rich. son.
sept 26
Mr. and Mrs Marvin Pearlman
son. Sept. 23.
daughter. Sept. 23.
d.ugrhtearndS,p7. ST0" G,dStein-
IdfTli
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Green, son.
Sept 20.
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Hausman,
son. Sept. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mendel-
stein, daughter. Sept. 19.
Mr and Mrs. Paul Klein, daugh-
ter. Sept. 19.
Membwr 7m Duo
Louise Brandeis chapter of
American Jewish Congress will
open its membership drive with a
' meriibcr-bnng-member" tea at
the Algiers hotel on Thursday
afternoon. Oct. 20. In charge of
reservations are Esther Hollander
and Jerry Friedland.
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Gimbel Opens Her Home to Leaders H
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i,,,* served Friday Oct. 21 at the home
I rimbel 945 North Shore dr., to honor
tore than GO women's organizations in
. cimbel as hostess will be her
I Gabriel Heattjr.
Ml went i- 'he fl,st 'mPrtant Planning
the year-'round Women's Division of the
tori Jewish Federation, At this time the
I name overall committees to function
| ncxi month in arranging the Division's
L| educational conference on Nov. 30.
ere
Officers of the division will be installed on this
Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of the educa-
tional committee, will preside at the "coffee" and
lslT: /'"TV ,Wi,th ,he UM "* Son to
Israel, she is scheduled to leave on Oct 26
w^n-rVnng Lehr"ian' cha,rman t the year-round
ZTZl^r10^ dCSCnbes lhc allda>' inference
in November as "a means of disseminating practical
knowledge and understanding of our community m
sti utions and a presentation telling how an individ-
ual can best serve and develop with these welfare
agencies "*"c
sab Plans
functions
biiami chapter of Ha-
;, board meeting
Lning, Oct. 17. at the
Lei. with Mrs Oscar S.
{chairman ol the board
lord Jacobson, cduca-
jinaior. will incorporate
iicn program at each
Lung, with membera R
participating.
tussion in a scries of
f* presented by Mrs.
( Daniel Sternfeld, president of the:!
Stephen S. Wise group of Hadas-
sah, and will be Cased on Rufus
Learaf'a book, Fulfillment.'
* : k>
Mrs. Louis C. King and Mrs IN
sie Freeman will be hosttnea to
the Henrietta Szold cUacuaMon
group, when they meet at the
home of Mrs. Freeman, 2054
Prairie ave., on Wednesday after-
noon, Oct. 10.
Guest speakers will be Frank
Freeman and Thoman Kent, who;
will talk on "Jews We Met in
South America."
*
Henrietta Szold group of Hadas-
sah will hold an evening card par-
ty at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday.
Oct. 25. Mrs. Joseph Alexander is
in charge of reservations.
SM, UN Feature
At Sisterhood Tea
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual membership tea Wed-
nesday afternoon, Oct. 19, at the
synagogue.
Mrs. Samuel Badanes, member-
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Z^l>,

Davis is membership
oi a Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith, brunch on
morning at the Al-
Mel. She will present
nbers with a gold Me-
Mrs. Abe Swartz,
will assisr in the
Ition. Program includes
Sisters Under the Skin,"
I by Mrs. William Kline.
chairman is Mrs. Her-
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
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Iale, Monday evening, Oct. 17.
Board includes the following
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3:
Col. Dudley D. Brodie, Ben Zion
Ginshurg, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Dr.
Philip Gotlieb. Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz, Seymour B. Liebman, Mrs.
Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. Jess
Spirer, Bernard Stevens and Dr.
Isaac Unterman.
Officers of the Bureau are Louis
Heiman, Max Meisel and Benjamin
Meyers, honorary presidents; Har-
ry Simonhoff, Israel Shapoff, Jo-
seph Duntov, honorary vice presi-
dents; Matilda H. Ratner, presi-
dent; Harold Thurman, Sol Gold-
man, Sam Prosterman, vice presi-
dents; Charles E. Gottlieb, secre-
tary; and Ehiel Lesowoder, trea-
surer.
ship vice president, and co-chair-
men Mrs. Max Bergman and Mrs.
Sam Leviten announce that Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg will address the
gathering. Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
will give the invocation.
A parody entitled "Alice
Through Temple Doors" will high-
light the afternoon's activities.
Mrs. Louis Schwartzman Wednes-
day said that the following will
participate in the program:
The Mesdames Charles Gropper,
Harold Pont, Richard Herold, Max
(Jacobson. Joe Rosen, Jack Emmer,
' Morton Biegal, Jack Toppel, Har-
vey Cohen and Harold Berney.
1 In observance of United Nations
Day, to be celebrated Oct. 27, Mrs.
Max Gettinger, social action chair-
, man, will review outstanding UN
] achievements during the past ten
I years.
Junior Sisterhood Revealed
At Beth Jacob Congregation
Mrs. Mai Englander this week
revealed a plan to organize a jun-
ior sisterhood at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation.
Initial plans were formed at her
home by a committee consisting of
'Mrs. Leo Meyer. Mrs, Tibor H.
: Stern. Mrs. Aaron Lerner, Mrs.
Martin Genet and Mrs. Rayner.
The junior sisterhood will co-
'ordinate their social and cultural
j functions together with the Men's
I Club of the Congregation.
The Men's Club of the congre-
] gation is now in formation under
| the chairmanship of Harvey Tend-
ler.
Annual membership Luncheon
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Con-
gregation will hold its annual
membership luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Isidore Friedman. 4504
Sheridan ave., on Wednesday noon,
Oct. 19. Speaker will be Rabbi H.
Planned at Beth Israel
Louis Rottman, Beth Israel spirit-
ual leader. Otficers of the group
are Mrs. I. Friedman, president;
Mrs. L. Cooke, vice president; Mrs.
A. Kratish, treasurer; Mrs. J. Ze-
mel, secretary.
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Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Rabbi Shapiro will preach on the
will hold Friday evening services Weekly Portion of the Law
;il 5:30. Saturdnv morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Tiber Stern will AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
preach on the topic: "Gaaasia tor institute will hold Friday
Good and Evil." Cantor Maurice nin.i! services at i. Saturday niorn-
Mhea will render the musical ing services are at <> Rabbi Isaac
portion oi the liturgy. Shalos Seu- Ever will preach on the Weekly
e aad Isadora Levitt will Ik> is scheduled for 5:45. followed by
host.s. Daily services are at 7:30 Maariv Daily services are at 8
a.m. and 5:45 p.m. |a.m. and 6 p.m. Slindaj services
* will be at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
BETH EL CONGREGATION will |
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
will hold Friday evening service- hold Fridaj evening service- at
at 5:40 Saturday morning services 8:15 Rabbi Leon Kroiush will
are at 9. Rabbi II. Louis Rottman i preach on the topic: 'Service Be
will Officiate and preach on the gins When the Service End-" 01
Weckb Portion of the Law Class l<-er- J""1 director- of the Men-
in Bible is at 4:20 p.m. Mincha t'luh will be consecrated. Ner
Tamid Boy Scouting Award will
be presented to William, son oi
Mr. and Mr- Sol S Pine Saturdaj
morning services are at 10 45 Tb<
odore Hoy, son oi Mr and Mr-
L0111- Grossman, and Philip, -on
of Mr and Mr- Abe Huber. will
become Par Mit/vah Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will render the mu-
sical portion- of the litUI
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Tishri 28 5:35 p.m.
will be at 5:20 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos Daily services are
at 7:30 am and 5:40 p m
MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
E LINCOLN ROAD
7th at. (inli,.,|,,v
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Three Torabs and two Amer
lean flag! will be dedicated during
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE- the services Rabbi Joseph MaTOl
GATION will hold Fridaj evening will officiate .-mil preach iwi the
services at 8 Choir will assist topic- "The AgeOld Glories of the
bi Isaac Lerer Guest -peaker Torah and old Glory" Judaism
will he Or A Albert Mo*rr Sub and Amoricani-m Side In Sid,.
1- "My Visit to Israel." Sat Saturdaj morning services are (
urday morning services commence 11 Joel and Michael, twin sons
1 Rabbi l rer II preach on < Weekly Junior serv become Bar Mitxvah Cantor .1
will ,l' a( 10:30 a.m Mincha Bornstein will render the musical
lied for S p.m followed portions oi the liturgj
Shalos Sei lack Sivan will
iosl
GREATER
A B O V
AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE-SJi
BEtH I8RASX CONGRSOATlOV* """ tea It.l.bi II
'"' 4 aVJ
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER < t fa**, vSisi*. H*t>ht
\i ,-.,. :i '.1111 K6arard Kk
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 Chaw B l-il-ral n.il.ln |.,, Kitml-l,
i : K i I. n I i
TEMPLE EMANUEL htngtOII .1 \ POWrV-tlTt Rabbi living
Philip iiiiinoiwi
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONOREOATION-'I'H^II \Vi If \l i hi lie*.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION :. BUctM nvr I >i I lu.il..\ lt.il,l>| J.
-rial R Racked -k\
HEBREW ACADEMY ''1- 'illi -I Orthodox RaMM Alexatiil- |
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION 141'. RuolM aw. i n I hotel Rabbi
i, n.,h i i iplan '.in'- r Mm aham
TORAH TEMPLE- W \m.ili;in Jiiilalsm Ralililn Abraham
ami i,.'i
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER- '> I l.llral.
Canloi Irving Robinson
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II EaJBOra a \ i' .hm-m .itlvr. rUl>lil I!
n Hurwlti Canloi Rudolph mill
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
ave. Orthodoj
N\V n i .1 v- (irlhuilnx Hnlil.l
LAUDERDALE
4lh aw Con.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Fridaj evening services at
SETH EMETH CONGREGA- 8:18 Rabbi B Leon Hiirwn/ will
TION will hold Fridaj eveninj ate and preach on the U
7 no Herbert Buch "Spiritual Maturity." Hosts at the
' will ofl insisted bj the Oneg Shabbat will be Mr and Mrs.
will follow Jerome Lieberman. Saturdaj
honor "t new members Satur- morning servicea are at 8:30 Stu-
i morning services arc at 9:30 art. son oi Mr and Mr.- Jerome
Lieberman, will become Bar Mitz-
temple s'inai oi Hollywood \-'h Cantor Rudolph Brill will ren-
will hold Fridaj evening services der the musical portions of the Ml
3d with Rabbi David Shapiro "'
officiating and discussing: 'The1 *
: in the Bible KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
Nam< eremony will honor TlONAL will hold Fridaj cwning
Irea Jo, daughter oi Mr and servic*s at 5:15. Saturday morning
I Simon- Cantor Ye- "'' "'" M MO Rabbi Jonah
lah Heilbraun will render the|C"P''B Wl" preach on the topic.
ical p.....ions oi the liturgj ""' ''""' ^'i" What Was He
.it follows, with Mr Like?" Cantor Abraham Seif wil
Mi Simons as hosts Satur officiate Special class conducted
ervices are at 0 bj ,h' ,i;ihl" meets at 9 p.m Min TER will hold Friday evening serv-
,^__^_________________ (h;' Ul" l,(' al 5:30, with Maariv ices at 8 15 Itabbi Henry Okolica
*' Wm aaV ""lot WiH preach on the topic "A New
_ .*_ Beginning." Cantor Maurice Neu
SIDE
Abr
the
the Soviet Union." Cantor Albert
tl will render the musical nor- Tinai ..
Subject of the -emion .- mud precedes the
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
I r.. k.
HOLL YWOOD and FT
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOO- 7 Mowpa -t Moll
i "..n-ri \ .il \\ Rabbi Sniim.l I..
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD MM l'..!k at., H.,llvw.,.l fllSHBI IS
t i \ Rabbi I>avld Hhaplro Cantor Tahudah Hellbraun
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE- isul Bouth Andrrwx nvi-
I I i .a. l.i'. Reform Rabbi MarliN I'.an-nri
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER
NORTHEAST
temple Israel 137 MR lath -i Raform RabM .i>'>-|ih Naret, R Mi
1 Kaplan Rabbi Bmaritoa Cantor Jacob Bornatela
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER :.(W North Ml.iml av
i*on rrvatlw Rabbi t bra ha in Heraon Pantoi Albarl i;imihz
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION UBS] \ \\ ITih .,.
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NORTH MIAMI
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ANSHE EMES CONGREGATIO". W.,v I ,%,
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE OKS S\V Rabbi
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ISRAELITE CENTER 1198 SVV :l|i,
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 11 ul
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WEST MIAMI
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Aid. W
M-: mil
Orthoaoa Rabb
itlrv i!.iia,i Uorton
BW rjii,
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8:30 Rabbi Leo H.
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Jun'"r service? *^ 5
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jormng .services ^
Robert, son of Mr J.
and Mrs Roberl JJ
^come Bar MitoaB
'ng Robinton will
musical portions of ^ _
with the choir under the-J
"Robert Strassbur* 3
follows.
HEBREW ACADAMY A
Friday evening senic JT
Saturday morning servKti j
9. Michael, son of Mr aK
Aaron Resnick, will bj
Mitivah Rabbi Alexander |
will preach on the Weekjji
tion Mincha is at 515 u-j
lowed by Shalos Seudoi |
services are at 7:30 am. a|
p.m.. with Sunday mornaf
ices scheduled for 8.
Mrs I.evin-nn ;i- lu.-ts Saturday 1 Saturday morning services are at 9.
morning services are at 9 Stephen, Annual consecration of new pupils
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burke. | in the religious school will take
and Samuel, son of Prof and Mrs I place Rabbi Irving Lehrman will I
Herman Meyer, will become Bar
Mitivah.
The Sense <>f Shame." Mincha will
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Mr Greenberg n turvived by
in- wife, So| Savannah;
iv.u daughtera, Mr- Sara Siem-
Derg. .il-n ol Savannah, and
Mi I Roy, iii Lakewopd, N I.;
and two song, Charles, of 9t
md Kcnry, of Miami
Arr, ngementi are in chargi
Miami Monument
Priendi and ntlattvea
arc aaked i" attend
discuss "We Build for Tomorrow."
Cantor Philip Brummer will ren- j
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. Daily services are in the i
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- chapel at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold I
Friday evening services at 6. Sat- j
- urday morning services are at 8:30. ,
)E: CENTER In [ n ? TH' ?.wm5T 'h'' "n,-U"'<] f,(,r,lons Rabb, Morton Malavsky will preach !
'ning tSwie n" ? "turgy Saturday service. n the topic: "BeKinninK Again."
topic: The AT., BSfj a ^"SSt Wrt-?* Si
RAPHAEL
will hold Friday
urgy. Mincha is at 5:45 p.m., fol-
CONRECA-'followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily
scheduled i- o,.^,,,,, -Vi'7" l"1"1 l"~,,i^<'~ me service aw 8
,i .v, "*"" a Kuan Morris Shop's sermon is "What
,:;.'; """'h "' OTn ,M. ; 6 pi. .-dlovsed by sJI!
a Seudos Mr and Mrs Joseph
BwarU will Ik> boatl Daily serv-
ice- are at 7 a m and 6 p m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
ter schedules earl) Fridaj tve
at 6 Opening late
Fridaj evening services will he
held at 8:15 pm, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiu offkiatina
-Subject ol the sermon i- l ,, -,
Thiny- First Stephen S Wise
aervicei will be at 7:30 a.m. and
15 minute- before sundown.

FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTIR will hold
Friday evening services at 5:45.
Saturday morning services are at
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
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evening aervicea at 6 Saturday
morning lervieea are at 8:30 Har-
vey, aon nt Mr and Mrs. Frank
group of Radastah will act as host Sa,z' Wl" bocorne Bar Mitzvah
'ss at the oneg Shabbat Cantor ^nUiT Berele Kelemer vr\l\ render
Edward Klein will render the mu- musical portions f the litur
sieal
Portiona oi th< liturgy Eli Rv Rabhl Simori April will offi-
Samiiel- direeta the choi, Satur- C'a, C',as> in Mishna is at 5:30
day morning aervicea are at 845 pni ,);"lv -,-rvi'^ will tn- at 7-to
Steven, -on oi Mr. and Mrs Eman ;'m and 6 P
ue Silveratein, will becoma Bar
J^tephei, -on of Mr. and Mrs. sundown Saturday"L^ng' Ji
WM are at 8 30 Rabbi S T Swir
sky Will preach on the topic: The
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE Opportunity for a New Beginning
o.?* o L"lay 'v'nin^ "Wvleea ^an,or Louii (Jartcnhau- will r.
!L i. Bf.rbara- daunhter of M. ,-' ""' muaical portioni
and Mr- Courtney Lavinaon, will ll,l'^> Junior services are at 10
I become Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Yaa- a m in Yeahiva Hall
kov Rosenberg will officiate and
[discuss -Fact or Fiction" Oneg
| Shabbat will follow, with Mr and
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
hriday evening services at 6 p.m.
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14. 1955
'Jmitiirkridi&n
Jjar ^/Vtitzvah

Samuel Meyer to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Samuel Mark Meyer will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturdaj morn
iB| -cixkcs. Oct. 15, of Beth David
Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth
David spiritual leader, will olfi
ciate.
Samuel is the son of Prof and
Mrs. Herman Meyer, of 2470 SW
24th st., Miami.
An eighth grade student at
Shcnandoah Junior High School
he attends Beth David religious
school and is scribe of Bay Scout
Troop 89.
A reception honoring the Bar
Mitzvah will be held at 1100 Miller
dr., Coral Gables, on Sunday.
Among guests will be Samuels
grandparents. Mrs. Anna Notarius
and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S.
Meyer, of Miami.
Michael
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The Bar Mitzvah attends Shcn-
andoah Junior mmiKmtmaimmat
High School Be
is in the band,
chairman of the
Youth Guidance
\-MKi,ition anc
is active in
sport,. !W^B>^|
Harvey attends^ *^1"*
the religious Harvey
Khoo] of the Miami Hebrew
j Schools and Congregation, where
; he is junior cantor. He will con
' duct services, read the weekly Tor
tion and address the congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate,
Mr. and Mr- Sat/, will honor
their son with an open bouse OB
Sunday.
Out-of-town guests will include
ICisa 11. Miidman. Milwaukee,
V. is ; Mr. and Mrs. B. Maidinan.
New Rochelle. NY.; and Mr. H.
Maidman, Hartford, Conn.
Out-of Town
Guests to Honor
Michael Resnick
Michael Bruce Beanfck, ton f'
Mr. and Mrs Aaron ,u.snK.k 45J
nw 45th ave., Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning,
Oct. 15. at the
II''brew Acad
iiny Rabbi Al,
exander s Qroai
will officiate
T. I Bar Mitz
vah will conduct
tho faftueai gen
lew a n rl will
read t h e com
plete Sabbath
portion from the
Scroll.
Michael, an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Academy, received an
award as the schools finest ath-
lete. He has been an active Little
League baseball player, having
been selected for the Southern All-
Star team, with the highest hitting
average.
Following the services. Kicldush
will be held at the Academy in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
Mr. Resnick is manager of the
EUtZ-Plaza hotel, Miami Beach. A
reception and dinner dance will be
held in Michael's honor on Sunday,
Oct." 16, at the Ritz-Plaza.
Michael's maternal grandparents
are the .Joseph Steinbergs, oi Mi-
ami Beach. His paternal grand-
parents arc the Charles Resnicks,
of Miami, formerly of Springfield.
Mas-
Out-of-town guests include Mr.
Choral Group to Meet
Choral Group of the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom will re-
sume its activities at a coffee rc-
hearaal at the home of Mrs Irving
B. Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo dr. on
Tuesday morning, Oct. 18 Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, of Beth Sholom.
is the group's director- Accom-
panist is Hy Pried, Temple or-
ganist. Mrs Kaplan, president of
Sisterhood, announces the ap-
pointment oi lira Harry A. Gor-
don a- chairman "t the group.
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Composer Bernstein in Top Assignment
The most sought after film mu-
sk assignment in motion picture
history has just been won by a
virtual unknown among compil-
ers.
Elmer Bernstein, a 33 year-old
brilliant Bronx born protege of
some of the music world's lead
ing teachers, has been chosen by
Cecil B DeMiUe to prepare the
score for the life story ol Mosei
dramatized in DeMUle's work,
"The Ten Commandments "
Bernstein -no relation td the
internationally known composer
conductor, Leonard Bernstein,
with whom in i- frequently con-
i d because ot their remark-
ably similar backgrounds will
have il);' co" | portunity to
compose the music tor sui h
mentous Biblical v\crit-<. depicted
in the film, as the moment when
Mum [j| the burning bush
hears the voice ol God; the
terror-filled plague- visited noon
the Pharoah and his people, 'he
nitio movement toward free-
dom of the Kxodus; the parting
and closing of the Red Sea .in.I
the actual giving of the Ten Coir,
mandments upon Mount Sinn
Because of its opportunity for
the creation of music "I major *11
mensions, the assignment has
been a prize eyed bj the mosl
talented of present day film mu-
sic composen and bj the noted
composers who never before had
expressed inti resl In preparing
music lor the screen
DeMUle's decision to place the
musical future ol his film ,
the biggest motion ever n
. in the talented hands ol
Bernstein, came alter he had
careful!) studied the young
man's work OVCT a period Ol
months by having him compose
preliminar) music requiring an
cient Egyptian and Hebrew,
themes ;is will as supervising the |
orchestrations for and actual
manner of playing musical in-
struments which have been a
forgotten part of the art for hun
dradl ol yean Bernstein also
conducted the studio orchestra
for folk dances and court dances
recorded as part of the action
of the meat religious drama.
Bernstein's previous film mu
steal assignments number only a
scant half dozen: He composed
the music tor Sudden Fear'' and
three other tdnis. the work on
the ballet for the film of the mil-
steal show "Oklahoma" and on
the music tor <\.u\ic sequences
in the new Danny Kayo picture.
The Court .lostor." Incidental
music by Bernstein was also
heard through Mary Martin's
memorable Broadway production
oi "Peter Pan."
ON THE
IP
agg**^'-
MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN
Rider Marcus. 387 pp
Society of America. $4.00.
"J.lil),
JfWS 177S.1I4S V.|
By HILARY MINDLIN
erature. perpetual nwUon-m^ei*
the same high standards and stalwart .,,,tput 0f
belles ItttJd
mull worn: -
Barney's Testimony Disconcerts Columnist
Million- oi people in the I I !
51 have a d< i p respect tor
Barney Ross, both for his accom-
hments as a former heavy-
weight ; ind for In- h
ism in fighting during the war
The-. .,-( -haii'.I bj
columnist, and [or that rea-
son, this wriier feels it important
to raise a question with Rosa re
scent testimony be-
S< i ate subcommittee In-
vestigating the question ol nar-
coti< -
Headlines in the various papers
reporting Ross' testimony said
Ross had urged the death
penalty lor dope smugglers and
peddlers (except those in the
business t > get the drugs for
their own use A- Ross jj
ported to have put it. such ;
pie should be hung immediate
Now Ross has a very personal
Barney foil
At hand is Volume I of a proposed three vim
American Jews" for the period 1775 1865, ., selertkTJ^
that most fascinating type of source materianSl?
moirs Dr. Jacob Marcus, founder and director of the*
Archives of the Hebrew Union Coll. t'incinnati inri
two-volume "Early American Jewry." a u Colonial Jewry, has gathered together the written!.
Jewish folk. w"*l
Immigrants and established businessmen bankers
soldiers and lawyers, peddlers and the housewives thev walk of life is represented here. Two things only had tan]
common: they were Jews, and they had an urge to set]
own stories, for their children, for themselves, or just fsri
Several of these articulate spoke-men may already be j
readersUriah Phillips Levy, a fourth or fifth generation!
as early as 1792. who rose to become a commodore" in |
States Navy, the highest rank at that time; Ihe lovely Rebi
said to be the original of the Rebecca in "Ivanboe," friendc,
ton Irving and other literary figure- and founder of what a"
capital punishment to a new areatto be the first Jewish Sunday school m America: David!
at the very time that many en- Franks, the Revolutionary from Montreal: and Mordecai Sa
lightened people throughout the Georgia patriot.
world and our own country are
calling for an end to the practice
lice of capital punishment does
not seem fitting This columnist
recently was in England, for ex-
th.it lie should have the utmost
hatred and bitterness for those
who profit by smuggling and
peddling drugs to the detriment
of >o many people who become
ensnared in the habit.
Yet calling for extension of
OTHERS WILL undoubtedly he new acquaintances. Tin
tellectual Joseph Lyons, sick and bitter at nineteen, questk
diary traditional Judaism. Meet Raphael Jacob Mose>. a
kill 'CM
story to tell, as he told it before
the committee. He told how he
himself fell victim to the drug
habit to ease pain suffered from
his war wounds, and through a
courageous fight back, he licked
it. It is therefore understanding
MILTOX FRIEMMAX
Soviet Attitude Hypocritical
lirit of Geneva has bro ighl benefits to manv countries hut
new communist polices have prove I worse for the Jew- than am i ,.
muni-t action since the Nazi-Soviet pact
A favor eiopment since .lie Geneva < | ,. been a
g(n' P ''f "**] '-"sion. staving Off the possibility
iSTn T C' S'-"e ,U-"ar,m<'n' M ** has relaU so me
what in its headlong pursuit of Aral. League friendship Egypt's arms
ea wlh lrnt CMchosiovUi. has demonstrated the "truth o,
been saying all alongthat the Arabs cant be
counted on a- reliable allies of the free world
ample, where there is widespread Sou,hern gentleman: romantic, sentimental. The South
pressure to abolish the killing of been reconstructed after the War; Mosei never eat .. in
human beings by the state. calling card still read: 'Major Raphael J Moses, CiA,
Many have pointed out time | A ]ova, Jew one-time Floridian. and foremost Hebrew at |
and time again that the use of and in ,he politics of the Southern State- Moses wu ate I
more to joker and a bit wild, in his youth Chafing at a two-yearn
*J period, he enlisted his father's aid. Said his father to the zirl'ij
"If you knew my son as well as I know him. you would boa|
never stuck to anything two years in his life, and if you i
marry Eliza, you had better let him marry her now Thei
took place in record time.
Then there was Louis Stix, so busy becoming one of the!
lionaires that, entering a saloon, he sat down at the same I
. father, without observing him. This made him so ind
certing to see such a noted Jew-1 And many others, each individual, stamped their per-onalitiai
ish sportsman as Barney Rossi black (depending on business) on the pagei
calling for immediate hangings. Humorous and dour, greenhorns and social leaders, ba
and a Senate committee seriously gogues and plantations, losing a horse, a business, I
thinking of recommending an childand starting all over againthey were Jew-, and 1
ease the conscience of a
that cannot find any successful
way of coping with its problems.
Certainly the use of capital
punishment against dope ped-
dlers will not solve the drug
problem or cure those who are
sick. Meanwhile,
it is diseon-
amendment of the law to this ef-
fect.
all.
NEXT WEEK: Volume II of "Memoirs of Amerkfl **]
IHHUS >//!/{
Israel's Oil Find Embarrasses Washing!
Some officials in Washington who chided Israel
for spending "a lot of money drilling for oil on a
wildcat basis" will feel pretty embarrassed now thai
oil has been di-covcrcd in Israel, after all. Drillir I
Th.A S?P" *,",",-h""' nmunist world .- -trade not gut
manned m^tSE-* ^iF"" SU1p Wh*re Conununi *ns and Unks, '"' <* proapecting for metals were' described
cUqueydSSs "-' T'n^^r n,c peace ion, Commu <">< "-'> -
; the
2.000 000
"the debit side" of Israels do
,.cts ,,s It a- the champion ol the oppressed and friend "'h'Pment program. But a few days after their re-
":'; Y* arn" ^.000.000 Egyptians against less than ** "" submitted to Congress-even before mem-
ber- of Congress had had the opportunity to reud
. itthe news came that Israel had struck oil.
EtSTVta nJ?"" Ver> Sam w**hi"*" Pta also said in
rns wer- .'en 2Sf JKL?* ** SmC eo^r' ,ron- man'
* w her num "7' X* '"h,'r mUk had been found in "rael. the
hi was her Dumber Indications were that the mines could not be worked
Kremlin policj makers. In bid to spUl the Arab l*a
West, have indicted a cynical disregard for the fate ot Israel
reminiscent ol State Department expedient in wh
free to Iraq despite Iraq's open insistence that brae
one enemy
The ,,,<,i >,,, f y L | commercially There will be little wonder if their
the strue m .K? 1 Col. Nasser. ComSE! aJrTlWSgl^ Port is f,r from be.ng critical of Israel, even though.
and diminish hopes ot those Bgyptiani who ,lm, tor reform and free-
dom.
it asserts that at one time the Kael
was faced with meeting letters of credK i
commitments which it did not even knof
The commitments had been made*"
of Defense and other brael ^fic'31'.0"'
responsibility and without immediate
them, the Washington official! ^o.
lot of prai.se for "the strong i JJ|
imacination and capacity for naru
people of Israel. And they pay^a spwjj
to the Israel purchasing ',,'pu;^l."n toe*|
that the group is composed ol -
who are completely realistic. How
time, they claim that "l>raeI m e
state, where the largest capital_ accum
in the hands of labor mlM*|gj cf
"retarding effect" on the development
try.
Communists are putting weapons ,n the hands of what Jack London
might have called an 'iron heel government. It is as fascistic as anv
m the world. Last year the Cairo regime murdered a number of voung
Jewish men and women who were vaguely charged with treason Other
Jews were accused of -Communist subversion '
Soviet propaganda denounces revahchist elements in West Cer
many and questions the presence of ex-Nazis in important Bonn Govern-
ment positions. Completely overlooked, however, is the shipment of!
munitions to Egyptian leaders like Nasser who opposed the Allies when'
Nazi Field Marshal Rommel threatened Egypt. TCx-Nazi officers are!
training the Egyptian Army SS men are known to have counselled the
so-called "self sacrifices," Egyptian raiders who sneak into Israel at
night for sabotage and murder. The Cominform will thus facilitate the
destruction of Jews who might have escaped Hitler.
NUBA MSKl
Scientists, Explorers Invade the Negev
W.th the opening in Beersheba of one of Israel's
now llr' bu,ldin8*- "w kind of people will
Neaev hK ** '" '.' P,cturesa capital of the
Anm Bedou-n^lL" fr the surronding tribes of
?- ?,n' &*** and her specialists ex-
Stini:;plr?ing1.,hf na,ur*' >^ o* the
soutn win make their homes there
The building is hostel for people with know-how.
put up by the United HIAS Service which has done
2taTnVy ? he'P ^ abSOrb her thouMnd8
^^e^he moderately p,,d can afford. Lacking
good hotels and with a P01.0""'*, ,o c*J
Beersheba was in the past hard K ^
tors and temporary resident*. ie ^ -
quate homes for comfort-iowna g
The townsfolk are ep|y T"wh0 uge*
head of the United HIAS Sen we. ^
Beersheba's mayor. DavidI Tuw^ fin,i
idea of erecting such a noMe' my
moved in a few days R ana udy J
full up." predicted the ,oui ^f
huge building. Each of ,h* l
rooms accommodates two P^^t*
there ^ a couple of single rooou
-.^.^--------mi, w.h kacne


14. 1955_____
7rm
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NOTICE
\ '^0LUC'BCUITTSf
K" '"^ND FOR DADE
LEGAL NOTICI
Page 11 B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERV. No. 183671
JOKKMI II. WII.KIXS,Plaintiff
CUftADBLX. K V.i
n '!-
... Florida:
II Township
.ordlnf
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of ih' '.- ,,' ,,. ,.n.i.,nts.
i'c-BV PUBLICATION
CE. "swiftNER. no! known
l i the mi-
Ini by,
u:l. I'
K-BB. ADDRESS:
',' ,, utl..... inieresl In, or
.'i, real nri<< rtj h< rein
I ,; .hereof,
, ; ...i. I ounty,
TOTIFTRI1
foi I >i\ orce
oi. ri I \ ...i
tRK
'omplaint
W I" I'll ;i i o|.\
of your answer to the I '.ill ul
on the plaintiffs nttrne>
ROYAL KI..m;>; Jonas. \z\ i.. .
Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file
the original antiwar in tin- urn,, ..<
tin- Clerk of Lh < :in ult Court on or
before the ith day of November, 1953,
in default of which the Blfl of Com-
plaint win i- taken as confessed
against you.
DATED this Hid day of October
1: B LKATHERMAN,
Clei k .r 1 in 1 ii, nit c,,in (
B] I! 11 rice, ii-
!> p il. Clei 1.
1 1-21-28
... tiitn
11, Township
, io 1 last, mc < ord-
rid. Ftult
led In I'lat
the Public
Florida.
ounty.
SKNOWN
r.V: HEREBY
I that a
bean
T. q et 'riii>
1 your An-
11 Plaintiff*
I
I tli- '
and file
I \.u fflce of the
,Clerk fl!"' Circuit Court,
. 1 vtober,
... alien*.
w Liken
I ilnnt vi>u
; thla :oth
CTHERMAN.
ill Court
By; 1; II. KICK. Jit.
Deputy Cli rk
\k GEN
I
Ice under fictitious
NAME LAW
IK is HEREBY lilVEN that
f 1.'. If* in
1 ime or
l s
I ul name
DUI t of
CAR.MIN IDERIO
u:-
I
I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51856
Noli..' is h.-ri'liy given that BEN
I BOHKIN, holder us .....t.....if city
of Miami Ti\ Bale Certificate Num-
bered ISS2, dated thi- 1st ilav n( Juni
A 1 > IMS. lias til..1 -,,i.i Cei tiflrai
in my office, and hat made applica-
tion for tn\ deed in Issui thereon In
a.....dance with law, Bald Certificate
embraces the following described
property, situated In Dade County,
Ilorida, to-wit:
Lot i>, Hloik IS, Bubdlvlalon of the
Data Millar Trad Addition Num.
DOT nit.-, I'lat Hook 1, Pan TO, In
the City of Miami. County of
I lade, state ..f I a.1 Ida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name "f UNKNOWN. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to kiw, tax dead will issue thi
on the th day <.f November, A D.
i>atcd this tth day of October, A D
TOSS.
1: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
I lade Count], Ploi Ida.
\ i- BTERRETT,
(Circuit Court Deput) Clei k
10/7-14-21-28 11/4
LEGAL NOTICE
TNOT'CE TO CREDITORS
ANrCrnJY^UDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY
rJ^.P.R.8ATE- No- 33458.A
l.s I \ I i: up
7.WKI.J. ......M Credit,,, an.I A "
IN
IN
FLORIDA
In l:,
lit \
T., All
log 1
ami
in Parians Fhrv-
I" Ml \
'"'" "f you, '. hereby
Ml ..III I :
. Inl.t,* and ... u (i|
' of you, ma> havi ana In 1 the
estate of IRA ROHBNZWKIG, .1.
;' ';', "' Cook County. Illln. I
the Honorable Count; i n,i,.
'' the......... in ihe|
"fli'.s in the Count .
Dade County. Florida, within i
calendar months fr..... the date of the
I s.i.l
';'' '' "'""'- I.....ntaln the legal ...i-
"' ihe lalmani ami 1.. be sworn
'" -11"1 :"' "' 'i
same will be barred
Date DctoU ah 1 ..-,-
LEt IN \ EI'HTEIN
\u. Ilia 1 y a.in
'VTA Of the i:
IRA ROHENZWEin
MYERS, iikiman KAPU
Attorne) 1 for Am illai -.
Admlnixl 1 at..i t \
I" "-14-21
or
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|E 1- HEREBY r'.IVBJl thai
I ..-. 11:. in
name >.f
Ufn PALS, 1 Collins
1. gisti 1 said name
I Clerk ; the fin ult Court of
puniv. Flo
EWPELI.E TRAISTBR
BFROXtt ..\
1 for Applicanl
I______________________
_ COUNTY JUDGES COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
DA IN PROBATE. No 3*233-A
pHTATE OK
\ \'\. .. i .. i
DTICE TO CREDITORS
i llav-
U net s.H.I
I
ni an)
.
bNRIt'fl TRAC \\N... .!-
I h, Dade
i i. t- ih.
imy. and
>>i the
rcwirth..ii
lith n eishi ,ths
I itlon
i,,
, Ihe I..1111-
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lii. tta
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LNNO
' Will and
RIl '. TRACANNO
BflERTLER "''*<
::lx
_ '"H
.COUNTY
W FOR
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183407
ROBERT I.. COLLINS, Plaintiff,
BKTTT JE W C< iLLINS, Defi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
r. BETTY JEAN COLL1NH
. .. Mi I, Elmn Itahy
Bos 181,
I i.i i in mi. Tenni
Too are herebj not Ifii >i I
if i Somplaint for Divi
filed asalnal yon, ..-..i you are required
.v.. a cop) of \.nir Answer ..r
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
th<- plaintiff* ARTHI'R D.
i. i : K ELM AN, SS2 I Wi I Plash r
i, Miami. Florida, and fil>- the
oiiiclti'il An-u.i or I'li.tdlna In the of-
r the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
..ii ,n before the 4th day of November,
if you fall t" '1" "' i idgment by
default will be taken asjalnsl you for
relief demaixlad In the 1:111 ..f
'omplalnL
This notice shall !> published ."i a
.... h wnek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE AND OROERED at Miami.
Florida, thla SSrd day of Beptember,
K. 1: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
1 lade Count) Flen Ida
By WM \V. BTOCKINO.
(Circuit Court Bi all Deputy Clerk
AHTIII'R l> I ECKELMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
;\. si KlaRler st
Miami. Ploi Ida
- 1" 7-14-J1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTICE IH HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersiKned, d.
busines undei the rietltiouK n...... of
1LTON ULAHS a MIRROR ..1
Alton Road, Intends '
n.iin. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ..f Dade County, Florida
JACi IB KTEIOER Bole Owner
l" 1 1-21^8 11 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlni to eiutaaje In
business undei the flctltioui name of
IIKACO.M BAR It.......1, Blvd .
.Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 >ade 1 < mi Florida.
CHRISTIAN REICHERT
Bole iw nei
KEHSLER a UARB
Attorn. % s for Applicant
1782 W. Plaaler St.
SO l" 7-11
JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY,
'trAn^ATE- No- 36171"B
know 11
FOTICE TO CREDITORS
llav.
resen any
I hioh sou. r
,.,!'";, have scalnst the
I i K \ IV. .,,,.1 1SA-
Ol
11,1.1
'
month*
Ihe
-.'" B SOLAR
llto
I *{\ -^hlml i,rn na
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that
inderalsned, 1I1 nil nit 1
business undei the fictitious "' ''
TANRtiSH SUPPLY COSfPANY, at
imiKN IV. 71 si Street, Intend to rea>
later said its ft. n ith n Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
OBORTTE ROSENHELD
BI1 NET EFRONSUN
At n.i 11. > for ApplF ant
Shoreland Bldar.
0 10 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N.iTl.'K IS HEREBY OIVKN that
the undersigned, d. engage In
business under the fictltbuis nai
EOIT1T \Ml.r Ml IB rO IOE: BQl 1 I A-
I'.l. 1: MXJRTOAOE A- INVESTMENTS
KM ICO, ai \\2S Dul'onl Buildinir, in-
tend* to register s.ii.l names with the
Clerk of the Chi ill Co u 1 of Dane
. o HllV 1 |o| I
MITCHEL KRAMER
MONROE D1XON
A ttoi ne) s f..v Apph. ant
' Coral Way
8/23-30 10/T-U ____
NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY tllVBN that
the undersigned; desiring to rngai
liuslni'ss under ih>- fictitious names of
the buccanef:r, THE -1 ',:
NKER DRIVE-IN, TIIK Hl< A
m:i:i: lti:st.mt..\NT, at 78th street
. 11.1v. Mi.11. Bvai ii. Intends to
icglstei said nanu-s with Ho-
of the <'ir.-iiit '".on 1 01 1 Mdi ounty,
Hoi Ida _._
KLLKK hTNTERPRISES, INC.
IOREPH PARtVl
Ittoi aej for ApplF
eybold Kills.
10 7-14-21-28___________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVF.
inderalgni im t
1 s- under the 11
SOUTHERN LAMP
thi
Dadi
that
. UK
COMPAN1
17.11 N.W ilrd Mtn "" ..
int.ml to n-Rlster saw name with
Clerk of th^ Circuit Court of
1 '' -
Kim VHP \ I'AVEKT
HlLDi'R 1. CAVKRT
HARVET It KLEIN
Building
,,d N. Cavert
and lilldur L. Cavert
9/23-3* 10/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N( ITICE IB HEREBY GIVEN
Igned, desiring to enga
1.11-11.. mo1. 1 the ii.-t 11 ions nami ol
THE IIIFT B IR, al 260 i I olllnn Ive-
iiiii-. Miami !: ai h, I- lorida, Intends
.1 n:. me w it h 1 he < "lerk
. I 1 he Cln it Court of Dad. 1 'ounty,
Florida.
M \i RICE M ILMLTH
KOVNER .\ MANNHEIMER
Alton.. ^- for The Olfl
n> 7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183505
HELEN itusKN. Plaintiff
va,
HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IIKIi.M \N ROSEN
:'l Homestead 1'ark
Newark, .\i-
Tou are hereb) notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has ben filed
against ) ou, and you are n m ilred to
serve a i-op) of your Answer or Plend-
11.. i Ion i>lal il on i he i
MAIN B. CAWN, Ine Lin-
Road B illdlng, Miami Beach,
FToi Ida, and file the original An
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
ol thi 'i ill i ..in i on or before the
Slat day of October, 181 i you rail
to do so, lodgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
" .1 in the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED in Miami,
la, tin. 87th da) of s. pti mber,
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Cli
Dade County, Florida
B) H II. RICE, .ii: .
fSKAL) Deput) Clerk
9 "" 1" 7-11-1']
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 3634C-A
In l: KSTAI'I-: OK
IRVIN I'AUN, I)
To All Creditors and ATI Person 11
Ing Claims or Demands Againal
Estate
You, and each of rou, i hi
notifiefl and iv.iuiiv-.i t., |,>
an.i demands which jouj or
either of you, may hav.
..r IRVIN CAHM, deci
of 1 lade 'omit v. i- lot Ida, to thi 11
' '.ini\ Judges or I i.i.i. i'
and fil.- the is me In t heir offli i
i hi Count) i '..in i|h,us. i -.inn -
u. Florida, within ,-ixin calendn
months from the date of the
puhll. al Ion In-: eof Ba hi cla Iras n
demands t.. contain the legal ad.
of the claimant and to be sworn to
ami presented a* aforesaid, :- game
will Em bai i I
Date Dctnbei 7. A.D,
PERN I'NOER,
\- in. .ii. in of Hi.. Last Will
and Testament of
IRVIN 'A I IN. 11. ... .. .1
MYERS, 111: l \l IN ,\ KAPLAN
ailoin.-', s for Estate
21-M ii i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th.. ni'.I. i Igned, ib -:' Ing to .
busines undei th* fictitious nan. of
Tl:l -TuNi: RECORDINd STUDIO
(Not in i. ..- 1214 s W Mil Street,
Intend t" register gaid name with th*
Clerk -f ihe Ii cult '..m t of I lad*
County, i-'i" Ida.
i. II:I: v ii FINN
HENRY BTONE
MAX P. ENOEL
Attorney f"i Tru-Ton*
Ri ordlng studio
1" 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th* undersign, d, rti dring to i ni ige la
business under the fictitious name of
JENNIFER HOMES, al Dade County,
int.-nils to reglstei said name with the
Clerk of th* Circuit Court ol Dad*
County, Florida
l in XII ER HOME8, INC.
a Florida Corporation
GENET a- OENET
Attorneyi. ..... Ippllcant
120 Lincoln Ri a i
- l" 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183244
.msiir \ /. B r.M'i. IN, Plaintiff,
I0HN CICCARiELLO own
,,s JOHN l*HICARBLLL add
\\.;i:i \ CICC IRIELl
Known .. INOELA CHICARELLI.
his wife: HENRY AAR" >N: and
JOHN C Mil'lTA and MRS JOHN
i- IRPITA, his v. if.-. I>. r. n.i.ms.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
I, JOHN CICCARIELLO, also
known ,. JOHN CHICARELLI,
.,,! ANGELA CICCARiELLO,
;,!. known as INGELA I Hi' -
ARE1 i.i hla who
102 VYistel la 8treet. R
HighUnd Park, Ni w Jersey
you JOHN CICCARIELLO,
known aa JOHN CHlCARFiLLl. and
IVGKLA CICC IRIELIA), ahJO known
*. ANOELA CHICARELLI, his
are .....ib: notified that a I omptalnl
,. l.....eiosii.....f Mortgage nn he
following des. rlbed i ". "**
lying and bi ln| in Dade ouaty, Flor-
ida, to wit:
Lou :'i no -- "f
PARK, according
thereof re orded In
at page "f the
of bade County,
ga* i" i n fib i
.,"";;r"1 --
PARADISE
t.. th. plat
Plat Book i".
Public It..... Florida;
. i ,.ii I you
.,., vc. ,, opy of VOUI
Pleading to the urn
by default twill b. taken against ,..-
,, the n lief demanded in th* bm
Vhb -"'"......uf*"d
i, k f.,i four Lonsei utlve .
RIPIAX.
",,,'< vM, ORPERBD Miami.
i-,m thi lth da) -I fcktpti
Al' '''" r it LEATHERMAN,
, k i-. Ult '.....'
iiol.- County, II'
By l! M HAWKi:
Seal Deput) Clerk
Ittorne) "ff
, ,|3 ,,,,,i.i Building
Miami 12, Florida
I'd..n. 9-3113
9,23-30 10 .-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36299-A
In Re: KSTATE OF
DAN A Ci iLLIER, Deceaai d
To All Credltora and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or I'inlands Against Said
Estate:
You, and i .1. h of you, arc hereby .
notified ..n.i reojulred to preaeni any
clalma and demands which you, or
either of you, may have againat the
state of DAN A. COLLIER, d*c. I
bite of Hamilton County, Ohio, to th*
Honorable County Judge* of Dad*
County, and rile th.- same in (heir of-
fice* in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within .-i^iit
calendar months from the data of tii"
first publication hereof, Bald claims
or demand* to contain th* legal ad-
of th* claimant and to be sworn
to ami presented a* aforesaid, or gam*
win be barred,
Date September 15th, a:d. 1966.
LEON A, EPSTEIN
As Am lllary Admlnlal i a tor
i T a. of th* l-Nt..:.. ..|
DAN A. it ILLIER, Dei ea i d
MVERS, IIKIMAN \ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Ancill
Administrator C.T.A.
1" 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N( ITICE |S HEREBY tllVBN
the undersigned del t age In
busines undei the ffctil nan
KAY'S BAR at 1281 W FT*
Street, intend to reatistei said i
with the < Terk "f tne I 'ii cull I !oui I
ol I '.! i '..mil' I- lorida
VIOLA n il.l.ll-'l'i:
\vi.\ll'l:i:i. POEHLMAN
KESSLER A OARS
Attorn.-\ s for \i.|>li. ants
1782 w. Flaglei BI
in 11-21-21 li t
. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
t he i I, d. ring to cngai
buameas under the fictitious name "t
K. C. PACKAOE STOBE, at 18 N.W.
i-i A Miami, Florida, Intends
..id name with the 'lei I
of the Circuit Court of Dad* County,
Florida.
CHARLES M Kl iLLIN
M IRK SILVBRSTFUN, Aits.
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pla.
10 7-1 1-21-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKIii:uY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
INDUSTRIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, at
.17 Langford Building, Miami. Florida,
i to i eglater said name with th*
Clerk of th* CI lit Coui t ..f I 'ad.
County, Florid*
HILBERT R. 8IEBELI8T
,ir. owner and
CECIL <' BCHOULTZ
:,i', owner
MARLOW, BINNAMON
AND MARL) vV
804-3 Langford Building
Miami :;.', Florid i
10/7-14______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirum i" n-use in
business under the fictitious name ..t
MFJTBOPOLITAN TR INSFBR. at
iv.in N'.w. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intend to reglater said name with th*
Clerk of th* Circuit < !oui t ol i bid*
ntv, Floi 'J.'
WILLIAM fl HOEHM
SAMUEL B DEUTSCH
s.v.Mi'i.l. TRIMBLE
ROE I- K" NH ; I IT
ney foi Applle .
ii BMg., Miami 32, Florid*
-14 __________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51912
Notice i- hereb) riven that MAN" i:
SILVER, Trustee, hold. ignee
ol City of Miami Ta -
Sum:......i i :'. *> t*d the l -' da) *4
June. A.D 1933, haa filed said Ci I
,.,.,. in nn office, and baa mad.
plication for :.-.\ deed to usiue thi
in accordance with law. Bald Pertifl-
.ate embrace* the following des rlbed
property, situated In Dade County,
:. to-wlt: _
i.,,t tS. nik i. Garden City. PUt
Book '.. Pag* 7::. in the Clt) of
Miami, I'..nuts of Pad.-, BtAt* "t
Florida
|-|,,. enl of said properi v un-
,i, ii,,. Certificate issued was in the
,,i CNKNi IWN L'nlea* : I
Certl .- all b* n deemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will laaue thi
..it the 9th lay "f November, a iv
,,i thla tth day ..f October, A.D.
K B, LEATHERMAN, .
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I iade "ount). Floi Ida,
Kj n C STERRETT.
court Baal) Deputy CI rk
10 7-11-21-28 H I
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> L, GLOBAL SHORTS
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
Israelis died and nine others were wounded, was severely castigated b
the 1'nited Nations chairman of the Israel Lebanese Mixed Armistice
Commission. The Lebanese delegate acknowledged Lebanon's responsi-
bility and said his country was taking strict measures to track down
the killers and to prevent recurrence of such crimes.
NEW YORK (WNSiMaj. Gen. Julius Ochs Adler. vice president rijcjffC fQM TMl HEAR EAlIT
and general manager of the New York Times and publisher of the r***ow riw" *"" ****'
Chattanooga. Tenn. Times, died here last week at the age of 82 (Jen
Adler, a noted figure in the American newspaper publishing world, had j CASABLANCA been decorated !>> several governments for his work in two world wars. man was wounijed when a bomb exploded in front of a cafe in the !
^JL'?^LJ^/Sfi?l^r^,r, amng ,he manV COmmUna' Ub quarter of I... city early this week. Two other persons were 2
projects on behalf of which he was active
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dulles re
irained here from criticizing Egypt for entering into an arms deal with
the Soviet bloc. He told a press conference "it la difficult to be critical
of countries which, feeling themselves endangered, seek the arm- they
ned for defense The Secretary reported that Assistant Secretary of
State George V Allen a talks with Egyptian Premier Nasser enabled the
I'nited States to gain insight into Egyptian motives while Col Nasser
"gained insight" into American motives. As a result there was achieved
better understanding than before "
wounded
BUENOS aires (JTA) The DAIA, central representative organ
i/ation of Argentine .lews, sent a message of congratulations to Provi-
sional President F.douardo I.onardi and pledged the support of the
Jewish eoRunnnltj ia earning out the democratic principles enunciated
by his revolutionary government In a message signed by DAIA presi-
dent Dr, tfoisea Goldmann and secretary Dr. Leon Lapaco, the Jewish
organization expressed "profound satisfaction" over the pledges Ol the
Provisional Government of the integration of the Argentine family
without exclusions on the grounds ol national origin, religion or politi-
cal opinions."
NORWALK, Conn. (JTA) Action initiated within the Jewish com-
munity of this cit> has own credited with the passage of a new Con-
necticut state law providing education for blind children The new
law provides that, upon petition of four parents in a school district
and with the approval ol the State Board of Education for the Blind, a
local Board ol Education may make provision for the public school edu-
cation of blind children.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
BERLIN i.I'l \ SS Colonel Mans Hinipe. who 20 years ago ordered
blackshirts under his command to kill four Jews o| Hum hberg, in
Silesia, had his sentence for being "an accessory to murder" cut from
ten to six years by I local German court. Two days after the so-called
"Roehm putsch" of 1034, the four Jews were arrested and. in accordance
with the instructions transmitted by Col Himpe, taken out ot town in
an automobile. On an open highway the SS men. pretending that the
car was stalled, toned their unwilling passengers to leave it. then shot
them down in cold blood
BONN (JTA) -American manufactured toys with Nazi emblems
being sold in West Germany and are bringing complaints. |( was
rew sled here When I Socialist deputy. Emmy Mayer-Laule complained
in the Bonn Parliament over the sale in this city of toy aircraft bearing
Nazi swastika markings. State Secretary Ludger Westricl; announced
D behalf of the Ministry for Economics that the toys were made in the
I'nited States He further stated that he had begun discussions with
The IS. Embassy here over the sale of the Nazi toy!
LONDON WNSiA 10.000 pound ($28,000) endowment for re
search prizes to any qualified person who will find a cure for schizo-
phrenia has been established by Joseph Portor. a Leeds Jew The
prizes will be awarded to teachers or graduates m paychiatrj at either
the Universit} of Leeds or the Hebrew I'niversitv of Jerusalem or to
any qualified doctor who practices psychiatry in either England or
Israel. The British Friends of the Hebrew University, in announcing
the endowment, said that "the barbarous persecution ol the Nazis pro-
duced a terrible increase in the mental illness ,,f schizophrenia par-
ticularly among the Jews who were the greatest victims I that pi rsecu-
i ?^ M"m,"Ml "dministraton in Israel have the two-fold
task of building a modem civilization on old touadatioas and laying
the foundations for a new societ] according to Gershon Agron newly
Cted mayor Ol Jerusalem Mr Agron made the statement to I con-
ference ot mayors [ram aU over the world neotinsj here Mr Agron
addressed the eio-mg session ol the mayors' conference on behalf of
the Israel mayors attending the parley, whose delegation was headed
by Mayor Chain Levanon ol Tel Avi\
LATEST MIJS FROM ISRAEL
tm^mSUft ,JTA)-Pr urned from his home ,n Sdeh Boker to Jerusalem to resume hi. efforts
to form a new coalition government, although circle- close to Mr Ben
nun,nnarfC "2 V? "T^ ^ f" *'" ** M* f"r' gOV-
ernment for another three weeks B
y s^nin i h ;A P^h'^onc altar has been discovered bv Dr
M. Steefcelis of the Kebre*. I Diversity In a cave not far from the main
road between Tel Am ami Haifa The altar consisted of several cr
cles. one inside another Other circular altars were pointed ,n a I di-
rections of the compass Axes and other tools dating to 7he mddle
Stone Age were also ound at the site. The site of the new 5, "over'
&Sjnl? ?C> Sr,.1*"- ,He Same *** "'-covered J
10.000-year-old skeleton 13 years ago The bones of a bull and two
human skulls were found in such a position as to have suggested sacn
, V,S.AL!M -The number of heavy oil drilling rigs ,n
JK .ril i r^ dUrmg V* Cming ">" he "ear h for
oil will be intensified, it was learned here in the wake of the recent
discovery of Israel first oil in commercial quanities. One o the mos
intensive projects is lined up for the Heletz sector where the Lap.Zh
company brought in its first well and where that will be deepened
as a new one is bored nearby in the hopes of opening up a vast ide7
ET? T f *?' JUSt *, ,0W ,h8t "e in wh,ch "und
Geologists and prospectorsare also very hopeful over drillings halfway
between Sdom and Ein Gedi. uay
JERUSALEM -Lebanons failure to prevent infiltration of
Israel territory, resulting in a bus ambush near Meron where three
TUNIS (WNS) -The appointment to a Cabinet post of Albert Bessis
Tunisian Jewish leader, has been welcomed hy the Jewish communin
here and is regarded as an assurance that Tunisia will not follow the
anti-Jewish line being urged on it by other Arab countries. This week
Habib Bourguiba. leader of the Neo-Destour nationalist) party, gave
high praise to Tunisian Jews for the support they rendered to the
Tunisian nationalist movement. "In this country." the nationalist lead
er said, Jews are Tunisians in exactly the same way as Moslems are "
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