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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
29Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 21. 1955
Price 20
ite Department Fears Israel May Resume Water Project
fMDS TO ADDKISS VCTl/tANS' CONVtNTION SESSIONS
fV Delegates Arrive by Thousands
To Open 60th National Encampment
8.000 delegates rcprescnt-
gb and Auxiliaries of the
I War Veteran* of the United
[of America will gather in
each Ocl 2.'i through 30 to
H'V's 60th annual national
bment. according to an an-
iment Wednesday hy Harry
[en. chairman of the conven-
krporation.
fang on the heels of the
tan Legion convention, the
War Veteran- national en-
#n( will he the second na-
veterans organization to
tre during the month of Oc-
The week Ionu session will
largest in JWV history.
headquarters will be
Joseph f. Burr
the DiLido hotel, with all major
functions taking place there. First
session is a national executives'
meeting Sunday, to "be foltowed by
a constitutional convention Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Cohen said Wednesday that Ed
Miller, international president of
the Hotel Restaurant Employees'
and Bartenders' Union, had prom-
ised a strike holiday for the Miami
Beach convention.
Highlight of the gathering will
be a gala JWV parade replete with
military, bands, Post and Auxiliary
colors, floats and hijinks scheduled
for Thursday. Oct. 27. at 7 p.m.
Grand Marshall is Miami Sheriff
Tom Kelly. Honorary Marshall's
will include Maj. Gen. Julius Klein.
Admiral Solomon Asquith and
Judge Maurice Simmons, first Na-
tional Commander of JWV. Route
will begin at Lincoln rd. and Mer-
idian ave.
From there, the parade will go t
to Lincoln and Washington ave.,
turn south to 9th st., and proceed
west to Pennsylvania ave. and 7th
st., where it will disperse. Grand-
stand will be at city hall.
Outstanding speakers from ma-
jor fields of endeavor throughout
the nation will appear during the
week-long convention. Hugh M.
Milton, II, Assistant Secretary of
the Army for Manpower and Re-
serve Forces, will be principal
speaker at the National Com-
mander's banquet Saturday, eve-
ning, Oct. 29 The ->ffair will honor
Continued on Page 7 A
Copt. Joshua Goldberg
irk Johnston Returns to Capital
Following Mission in Near East
JERUSALEM (JTA>Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's per-
EOnal envoy to the Middle East, has returned by plane to Washington
this week to consult with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on the
progress of talks for a regional water development plan.
Before leaving here he said that Israel has displayed a constructive
approach to the problem and added that the differences between
Israel and the Arab states on technical questions had been reduced to
i small particulars of no great importance. Mr. Johnston said that the
future course of the talks would be determined by his consultation
with Secretary' Dulles.
It was understood here, however, that the principal blocks to suc-
cessful negotiations are political rather than technical. The Presidential
envoy confirmed reports that Israel has asked that a definite time limit
be set for acceptance or rejection of the plan, while reports from Cairo
had indicated that the Arabswho have been stalling for a long time
alreadywant even more time to consider the matter.
Mr. Johnston had" met with Prime Minister Moshe Sharett and
informed him of the course of his most recent talks with the Arabs,
j who had "not yet reached any final conclusion."
COMMUNIST ARMS BEGIN FLOWING INTO EGYPTIAN HANDS
Washington Officials Feel Resumption
Of Development Plan Will Start War
NT HELD UNCLEAR
muniiy Meets Bailey Plan
'ft; Public School Religious
Instruction With Mixed Feeling
ith mixed feel- ing it is impossible to teach de-
ute Supt. Thorn- mocracy in a Godle*s atmosphere
Rlley's move in Tallahas.ee
fP a plan for non-sectarian
1 training in the public
na|l told .: cabinet mcet-
COlltCTED
Jairo to Draft
|8-Year-Qids
ON (JTAi- Thp f church or Sunday school," he add-
**** has 3gS* ^ "md *** faCt ^ th*y 8
mihtary service law provid-
al|,?'.lM"'y n"ll,arv s"v-
iportS 2!iiena at age l8'
5J?.uhere Wtl|nesday.
luL"^ ,lr"' obtain
'of a ** tor pur-
^/"^'^ntractfl-om
,hT,nt's ,s ** con-
nt iflJ? ,Kuvernnt. Gov-
BiribuSJ-T" "-reported-
ItamptT/n mh'S Ml"y
WASHINGTON (JTA)In the wake of Arab op-
position to the Johnston Plan for regional water
cooperation. State Department sources expressed
concern this week lest Israel resume work on the
Bnot Yaacov development project. These sources
fear that a resumption of work by Israel, even in'
Israel territory, may start a war.
Israel ceased work at Bnot Yaacob when Syria
and that he intends calling a see-
sion of outstanding teachers in
Florida to work out plans for the
training.
Appearing early last week at the
cabinet meeting. Bailey explained
that he will bring together repre-
sentatives of the Catholic, Protes-
tant and Jewish faiths as consult-
ants. Bailey said he had been con-
cerned for some time over the
lack of religious emphasis in the
schools.
"A lot of children never go to
through school without hearing
about such things makes them
think it isn't important."
According to Bailey, teachers
will'be asked to work out an in-
structional guide which will em-
phasize the religious concepts on
which the nation is founded and
cite expressions of faith by na-
tional leaders from George Wash-
ington to President Eisenhower.
Rev. Wilfred, P. Harman, execu
Continued on Pag* 9 A
Samuel Friedland greets Moshe Sharett on the occasion of
the Israel Foreign Minister-designate's last visit to Miami in
June, 1952. Mr. Sharett is expected to arrive here Nov. 16.
brought about United Nations intercession high-
lighted by a temporary American suspension of
economic aid as a punitive measure against Israel.
An Israel spokesman said recently that Israel could
not wait indefinitely for Arab agreement to the
Johnston plan. Reports from Cairo described the
plan, conceived as a formula for peace, as on the
----------------------..verge of collapse because of Arab
: hostility.

Meanwhile, the of Comnv.i-
ni.-t trnu to Egjrpt i. seen by S1
Department leaders as indicative
of much greater danger than a new
' n River Incident. Sec. Dulles
is known to view the CommunM-
inn deal as one of the
world events since
World V.'ar II.
George V. Allen, Assistant Sec;
rotary of State for Near Eastern
Affair*, indicated in an address
here Ibis week that the likelil
of an Bgyptiai on Israel is
increased by cm rent develop-
ments. Department officials previ-
ously held that no danger existed
of an Arab invasion of Israel.
Despite Israel's admitted jeop-
ardy. State Department circles in-
dicated Wednesday that they do
not expect the State Department
to take immedinte action to aid
Continued on Page 7 A
Moshe Sharett Will Visit Here for Bonds
Moshe Sharett. second Prime Minister of the State
!of Israel, first Foreign Minister and now Foreign
Minister-designate of. the young Middle East re-
public, will be honou#d at a Dinner of State in the
Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach. Wednesday.
Nov. 16 ,
Sharett will arrive in the United States shortly
before the dinner for a rapid tour in behalf of State
of Israel Bonds. Greater Miami was one of the
few communities in the country selected for the visit
of one of two men who has held the highest cabinet
post in Israel.
Samuel Friedland, one of the community's out-
standing civic, business and religious leaders, has
accepted the position of dinner chairman, according
to Jacob Sher. Sher, chairman of the Greater Miami
committee for State of Israel Bonds, said a top-level
dinner committee is now being formed to work with
Friedland to "insure the success of this dinner hon-
oring our distinguished visitor."
Friedland, national co-chairman of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America and president of
Continued on Page 10 A


Fage 2 A
Jenisi> FlcridUari
Women's Forum on National Se
curity. The Forum represents 13
participating women's auxiliary
of national patriotic organizations
and will be held in Washington
Jan. 18 to 20. on the theme'
Family Life in a Secure Amer-
ica."
Stein, Jocker Officials
Of New Bal Harbour Hotel
Morton Stein will be president
and Marvin Jacker. vice president
of the $4,000,000 Copacabana
Beach hotel now under mat rue
tion at Collins ave. and 101st st |n
Bal Harbour.
Stein has been a Miami Beach
resident for 16 years and ha> had
interests in the Cromwell and
President Madison hotels and the
Desert Inn hotel. He is from Mem
phla, Term., where he owned a re-
tail fur business.
The veteran hoielman is a Shrin
with the^Jf* T
,hM)^rt H^l
VTh hlel ttf*
le-Heis a Manner
x,,,pPrCMdentoftWfc
enB"-hJunior( *
r^ 3nd "* NorJLl
(enter.
Jacker live, ^ ,
,u" ywwg children
land ave.
MJGUST BkO<
'en ai
I
Florida delegation of National Women's
Auxiliary. JW V, greet Mrs. Sarah E. Stone.
ace nmonmST&J^r" 8SL.'3
national president, on her arrival here this
week.
CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS AT DELANO HOTEL
JWV Women Arrive Here from Auxiliaries Throughout Nation
National Auxiliary of the Jewish and Tuesday at the same time that
War Veteran of the I'nited States | JWV holds a similar convention at
1 1 America will hold their 28th the DiLido.
rational convention in Miami .,.. .. ... .,
Kfa ill conjunction with the fJOth ,her *"** lruludp ,hr f"'
ational encampment oi JWV Oet '"w,nK
23 to .') Wednesday, Od '. 2 p.m.. Na
Headquarten for the Auxiliary '""'^ Auxiliary w.n present col
will be the Delano hotel Sara E laP*ib, vta;- Iu ,hl' rem-ation
Stone, Boston, president onal Auxiliary, arrived in Miami tion Hospital at Coral Gables
this week and will head up all ,>..,
Auxiliary runcUons during the or- u,',ln-.l;'> "l'< M. 5 p.m Ho*
Ization's conventii |'"'1 symposium will !>< addressed
Highlight of the women's pro- bj Jim ,,;"'k,' of na,,,,nal Ve,or
is 1 National President's ;'"'' Administration.
iron m Mrs St.in.
1 k U 1 1 p m
Home in Kendall as part of JWV
Auxiliary's Chil elfare Pro-
gram
Sunday. Oct. 30Elections for
National President.
Jewish War Veterans National
Auxiliary is chairman of the 1956
II
Saturday, Oct. 28, afternoon ;
too High fidelity phonograph) oouip-
ected thai the Auxiliary will roent will be presented by the Aux-
i'"! "; proceedings at the ti,.^ to |he Count)
JWV National Commander's ban-'
1 t Saturdaj evening,
The Auxiiiarj will hold it- con
stitutional convention on Honda]
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inai Advanced Gifts for New
jspita! Surpass $1,775,000 Mark
SJEBttntti&L
0f $1,775,000 have al
/raised in the Initial
.capital fond* campaign
a now Mt. Sinai Hox
irturp. it "as been an-
j,y Dan B. Ruikta, drive
Bced gifts phase of this
fund drive was offi-
Eched at a dinner meet-
!ek in the Memorial room
|ii Hospital.
fd-breakinc Ra' of S4'-
L been set for construe-
L ultra modern 300 bed
Llding to he located on
Land, adjacent to the
Lpital.
Traised up to this point
from the area's top bus-
/clvic leaders who serve
Lot the hospital," Ruaktn
Lit.
[part of 'Hi- -urnover
]_has been contributed by
hvacian- who have lent
arilo the Imilding fund
h)r. ?. Charles Wcrblow,
kvff- the doctors' commit-
hjtted a progress report at
fcr meeting
, proficient Max Orovitz
L*tiifactin with cam-
Mi? thuN far and was op-
M. (be: bulk of contribu-
Cdjie forthcoming; during
gifts period of the
expects advanced gifts
to be. ^contacted within
:ln or eight weeks
bring "Phase Two" of
\ to a close by mid-Decem-
jrled campaign plans for
I *&outlined in full at
ly night meeting.
npaign was begun in May,
ncentrating on a limited
|of big gift.- prospects. The
fund drive was planned
H coordinating committees
Dai and the Greater Miami
Federation after many
' of preliminary confer-
>d discussions.
inai Hospital will continue
kte itself as a non-sectarian
[ te the humanitarian con-
WiflR the sick, regardless
| cxrtor. or economic status
| carry forward long-range
ofsrientilic research for
erment of medical care in
phases," said Orovitz.
ominent Miami Beach bus-
lecutive and industrialist
recently reiurnert from Israel in
order to attend the re-opening of i
the Mt. Sinai drive. He and Samuel
N. Fricdlaud, a hospital.wee preii
dent and.chairman of I'ood y*u-
Stores, arc leaders of a Miami
group financially interested in re-
cent oil discoveries n Israel.
The 28-year old Nautilus hotel
building, now occupied by Mt.
Sinai, was formerly owned by the!
federal government, then was turn-'
ed over to the City of Miami Beach
which leased it to the hospital.
Original plans call for a hospital
drive of three years' duration to
attain the $4,000,000 goal.
Testimonial Will Honor Morris Gold
MoArrif(!o:r^eslTrofhrrMnf "ff f l& nati"Wide
ami Beach Apartment EJSLS gr0Up advertis*ng for the apart-
is being Plan^^fo lM^d at 'v": ff-fittS ZZf* "7 !*
ning, Oct 31 at the rwTn h 7 i ? ch APartment Association
ren will deliver a keynote addresl W '"/^ucing a "securl*.
Dignitaries from fedeSTstatfand inch oTr' Prgram f,r Miami
local government, as w aVm-omf iff h ET* emP,0ycs
nent business inri itV, i T has ,ong bepn ac,ive in the
will also KnvS gues s "** V^Tl- ? ,h Greater Miami
invitee guests Jew|sh Fcderation and Mt Sinai
ooid was among recent leaders hospital.
in the Miami Beach area drive to____________________
simplify and clarify rate dvwtla-l._____. c ... ...
mg and rate posting for apartment APPeal Sounded TOT Aid
m2L2? ^C F1r-da Hotel and' An appeal for volunteers to aid
Kestaurant Commission laws and the 1955 campaign of the Society
n effectuating necessary changes to Help Retarded Children of Dade
in the Miami Beach building code County was this week issued by
the usage of cooking Warren I. Hart, Jr., chairman of
Page 3 A
devices in living units of less than
400 square feet.
Gold has also been a central
the Drive. The campaign begins
Nov. 13 and ends Nov. 23. Tag day
will be Nov. 19.
Mohit Gold
Maxwell Whiteman, of Phila-
delphia, has been appointed
assistant to the director of
American Jewish Archives, the
institution on the Cincinnati
campus of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion
which collects, classifies and
publishes manuscript material
relating to Jewish Americana.
Mr. Whiteman, who has spe-
cialized in the history of early
American Jewry, is the author
of numerous articles ranging
from colonial German journal-
ism to 19th century American
fiction, and two books relating
to the literahnre bf the American
Negro.
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Friday. October 21. 1955
Volume 29 Number 42
Heshvan 5, 5716
The School's Job is to Teach Democracy
State Supt. of Schools Thomas D. Bailey told
the cabinet in Tallahassee last week that he
planned to qive non-sectarian religious trcin-
ing to children in the public schools.
Mr." Bailey's idea is to bring together repre-
sentatives of the Catholic, Protestant and Jew-
ish faiths as consultants in a project for such
training.
According to Mr. Bailey, many children fail
to receive religious instruction at home or in
their respective spiritual centers, and going
through school "without hearing about such
things makes them think it isn't important."
To begin with. Mr. Eailey's plan involving
"non-sectarian religious training" is a virtual
impossibility. The ve:y phrase destroys the
meaning of its intent. The precise nature of
leligion is to be sectarian. If this were not so,
there could hardly be as many faiths as exist
in the world today many of them feeling that
they represent the only spiritually tenable
message.
Secondly, were such a plan ever conceiv-
ably forged and put into operation, it would
never successfully escape from the sectarian
attitudes of those administering it.
We affirm the fact that the beneficent teach-
ings of religion have contributed immeasurably
to man's proqress from barbarism to civiliza-
tion and that religion is certainly a vital factor
in our lives. We point, however, to countless
generations of European history as an example
of what can happen when religion ascends to
such a point that it pervades every aspect of
man's secular existence.
The vitality of history in America has lain.
J must continua to lie. in our unique tradition
separation of church and state. Th;.=; car-
B'nai B'rith Marks its Anniversary
B'nai B'rith is now celebrating its 112th birth-
day. Throughout the United States and in 34
countries of the free world where members
cf B'nai B'rith live, the anniversary of its
founding in New York on October 13, 1843. is
being marked by appropriate ceremonies.
The devotion of men and women to the ideal
cf service to which the B'nai B'rith movement
is dedicated has made the organization a
stronger force for good than ever before in its
history.
For 112 years, B'nai B'rith has worked for
Jewry and for humanity at large. It has pro-
vided relief for Jews overseas and helped
arouse the conscience of the world against
their persecutors. Its seven-fold program dem-
onstrates its attachment to Israel.
All but the banners ai
American legion has packedTup'a, f,Y*
delicate crew here; a sense of J.TiZ. ,(,Wn-
days of New York seem to ZH^Z ^l1"" totfc
memory still lurked in their h*J^Zvv^ ^S
to return. Perhaps, indeed. Legion,, ?. *ar"'n.,,vS
the universe, deeded to grapplS w.lT prElerin< t>
In any case, they turned their itt'mi ms
one of Its sexes. As things developed ..J'^^W i,
the legion not to change its charan.r i d nave h*..
the, struck at the heart of manS n ?** ^
physician's art. It was a strange kind f nPSn effo to,'
of prognosis medicine and a,
Even the weather looked with a jaumli, ,.,i ,
A respected friend of mine marked "Wh.*?**!
skies clouded over and swamped us with
after they left."
rain.
The heart, of course, is the United
Tn* sun bn
' l-egin
looked and continue to look
S ':
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i
It's Time for Uncle Same to Help
Balance the Scale
dinal principle has insured freedom of con-
science for all. It has permitted scores of re-
ligious sects to flourish without hindrencp. It q"u'tc '" snv that lhV d'd not condemn u i v ",h;f?ionnsi'*
has enabled America to escapa much of the ? \ t0 w,,hdraw its support from the I ,"? 5ey **
sectarian strife winch has marked the hi.torj I ^'tTt**^*!^" There T}J&
of other lands.
It is our firm conviction that the separa'icn
of church and *{c'.e. as defined by th United
States Supreme Cent In Interpreting the guar-
antees of the First Amendment, oil rrs a sound
foundation for mail t religious freedom.
The guarantees are bevond argument:
"Neither a stati .-. Federal Government
can set up a chi I .th.?.- fan p^ss laws
which aid one religion, aid all raUgioni, or
prefer one religion over another. Neither can
force nor i.-ifuence a person to go to or to re-
main away from church aaainst his will or
force him to profess a belief or disbelief in re-
ligion. No person can be punished for enter-
taining or profesainq religious beliefs or dis-
beliefs, ior church attendance or non-attend-
ance.
From these explicit prohibitions, we can only
deduce two things: That the maintenance and
furtherance of relioion are the responsibilities
of the church, the synagoque and the home-
not of the public school. That the time, facili-
ties, funds and personnel of our schools must
not be used for religious purposes.
The public school must continue to remain
the chief instrument for developing a* informed
citizenry and achieving the goals of American
democracy. Religious instruction in the schools
dangerously challenges this precept. In the
light of such principles, we fail to see how Supt
Bailey con take it upon himself to devslop
plans for religious instruction in the public
school system. He flies in the face of the Con-
stitution of the United States, as well a3 of a
long-standing tradition that has. over genera-
tions of American history, produced grsat and
v-od fearing men.
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Jewish War Veterans Convene Here
UmtlHU^n,dS f deIat from throughout the
United States are arriving in Miami Beach this'
ofThe Tew T W H* v60,h naUOnal e-amprnem '
ot the Jewish War Veterans
h^eilbeiSo?l Women'* Auxiliaries will also
hold thejr 28th annual convention in conjunc-
tion with the JWV encampment here. !
I his area takes the opportunity of welcom-'
wmchehaeswHRh Wa\Ver-- 7c52
of our n^J Such8pIendid work in behalf,
o SiitS l""1"* ,or^es and for ,he benefi'
ot tftose who have served.
Founded in 1896. JWV ,s the oldest active
A. ?? OI^zaUon in the United States. But
the hi,tory of JWV actually reaches further i
For ,h ? te ttUi9h! f America" experience '
War we e "^ $"** Vetoron> of *e C
War were principally responsible for JWVs
eSed^th "f00 of Jewrsh faith
Si 'h ,he Union and Confederate
ccSnVha??* 6^mple f Service to ,he^
Jew^yin "J**? em"led by American
dudes ?0nnSUmberuf Wa- TodaV- IWV in-
eludes 100.00 members, and annually its pro-
services each year.are non-Jewish
im^rta^e7 tSt AuXi,iarY *S f n ,es^
X^ hlS grUp annuaHy helps fill the
1M0OQ W r,e<;rea!lonal n^ of more than
Iln^isST<5i^osP,,ahJzed veterans throughout the
United States and Puerto Rico.
inJ^th^ Qt !arqe con,i<* to act accord-
SsM-sWeMsa
is: UNESCO.
can have little more feeling for the t ^ I ,|!, L^ma.^
must acc,Pt ull of ft. parts In order to .....p. the wj^*1
THE CRY OF ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT'
M> quarrel with the Legion is its Ian
lies the key to its attitude so :
i \r>.( 0, the Legion said, is a symb.
thai saaj the l'.S. must ::.,. JJCpi
crj of one w.irld government- Is a relal n,w thine
s*) almost as new as the United Nat ,|se|f u ?w"
i Isewhere, Onoe upon a time, there \morioaV,
then were also Um uolaUomsts mniii-
The Amrriva Fmters and the isolat eiMdto-il
the aam on their face But thc> were ,<|erably diffieJl
made any fine distinction between them when the war broiT
isolationist*, who sought to defend their position in iuh
liistor>'. and the communists, who beforehand hailed the m
as their kin and who now reviled them for their iMilationitnutfl
failure immediately to support beleaguered Mother Russia
There are no isolationists today, but there are America 1
Isolationism as a philosophy has died because it straddled imml
proponents rallied behind the banners of flood and earthqna/X
around the world but drew a line across the wide Atlantic and]
Well, the oceans are no longer wide, and humanitarianhm t*
distancedropped from genteel fingertips to one's unfortousT
nomic and social inferiorsis no longer a possibility. The tnaf
tionists are now the fearful among us -or the dreamers of byjj
swallowed up in the neuroses of a rapidly moving world.
But the America Firsters have found their heirs in fa
sources of contemporary identification The concept of i
semantically unacceptable in our time; the concept of Amerind
remains palatable. There are no longer Silver Shirts to fn
away from connection with foreign "ism- The new 'Lm"iji
canism, an ideal with which every loyal citizen naturally id

THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE DOING
From this point, it is but a short step to inbred chauvinisal
projected distaste for "one world government Now. the
the Legion's condemnation of UNESCO in these terms aj
clear. I suppose its goes something like th.- that tubsenf
LTNBDCO represents a challenge to it' I integrity oi tWj
States
If such is true, then why not INK IT [or example? Or. Ig
sentimentality got so strong a hold on u- that we consideri
weak, lovable, unaspiring and in need ol n hH}|
fce9 Terhjipi a ha-Something to do with the liter;
Henry .lames and Charles Addams would tell us quill,'
about the unambitious nature of children This may seem like!
ad abwrdum. but the fact remains that the Legion condemi
th* I'niled Nations Kducation. Scientific and Cultural 0ra*
about as lovical as a similar condemnation hurled ag-
Nations International Child Emergency Fund would be.
There is little point in disproving the Legion's tbesi* U
argued aeain.t the "one world government-' hoax counlae]
Those in the Legion who pushed through the conderanatie^
their Miami convention know it is a hoax I am. instead, i
with the meases oi Legionnaires who supported the on
move. Do thry know either the purpose- or -i^nificance otw
Do they know what they voted for'' A more pivotal e.uesWKj
is the nature of the force that motivated the Legion cond
A survey here last week, based on direct discussion wij'
Legion members throughout the nation, indicated that to^|
joritv of them-had little or no notion of what they had candidly admitted that they were told how to vote No.mm
a kind or organizational intellectual dishonesty that is mgi

REACTIONARIES CHIEF UNITED NATIONS ENEMY
admit it or not. H
Whether the average Legionnaire win amnii
reactionary' forces in our nation today have consistent*""
severance from the United Na'ions. The one worldJ\j,
weasel world ha been the mildest of their imPrecat,0"s,3.
the int>rnfinnl iimm nrooniTntinn Ricots of all
international peace organization
behind names that include "united." "democracy
"Christian" and a host of others, all share honors m
against the UN.
aw i in: \sn. (.I
Every shade of racist and anti-Semite also I",d,.'JL|
is to be unAmene
conclusion of t
AmerifJ
of t
administration and flooded across'the early months of Pre*
.eBricker Amendment wu.
sue. Had the President failed to veto the amrndmeni^-^
notion that to belong to the United Nations is to be un
argument reached its ascendancy at the conclusion ^^.^
hower's arrival in office, when the Bricker Amendm
issue Had the President failed to veto the amei._
gres* succeeded in overriding it, the position of the uns
have been inestimably enhanced. .,
Mr. Eisenhower's move once again firmlv ^nt,JJJ'tai
ment with the United Nations. But its enemtr- conu jrsk,
abated The Legion's condemnation of UNESCO is m ^
against a single facet of the UN structure If W''. ^a
present administration, it will serve to weaken tne ^jain
But even worse, it places the Legion in close ju ^ ^^
general mass of United Nations opponents, who smw hehetuC
the company they keep. It therefore seems vital in* {thel'
its move here last weekthat it make public tne n- .^
who guided its policy and that it give better reaso
government" for the condemnation of INKS'"
Until that time-Jind until the Legion member
structedH must be beld respectfully suspect.


October
21. 1955
^J^isljhridfiain
Uters to the Editor
h i--ic>n.l..iM
1 ...v much inte:L~ic>d .in
mj^'t statement made in.
gee !a>< week
, [ubbi, I subscribe eom-
l0 u. belief that religion
in God are the underiy-
lindaUons of our American
v I therefore believe that
t ^sponsibility i<> strength.
spiritual foundatiOM of
_ h inculcating in an ever
manner into the lives
[children.
js, the whole question
gjon in Hi'' school \vsfcm
^poroached cautiously and
traditional spirit of Ameri-
mocracy.
[public school in our coun-
hich ha> always been dedt
ho the prc-cn.ition of our
(life, has been kept free of
gni-m and all divisiveness.
.jheen it- greatest strength.
Jnerican people has approved
Epr/ich. and generations of
er-have grown to maturity
fearing, law abiding eiti-
J a democracy from this
of training.
[ ue are asked to introduce
ctarian" religious instruc-
jto our public -chool system.
a relimon- teacher, must
hi- very serious question.
#on be taught on a non-
n basis0
ot but be ;i\vare of the
at the que-tion of religious
tion in the public schools
been the concern of dedi-
mi devoted religious lead-
I many have for years taken
tstand in opposition to it on
holding inviolate our
pnal American principles of
us freedom
[main problem seems to be,
Beadier teach a subject with-
Whin? himselfwithout In-
line his subject hs own per-
Mgion, be he Catholic, Pro-
tor Jewn No matter how he
ry to remain non-sectarian,
|pro?ch to his Mibject is
I to be colored by his own
rg Leaves
Lecture Tour
Wda Elberg. Miami author
rxecutive director of the
Miami Israel Histadrut
n. left last week for a lec-
w that will cover Peru, Ja-
Domlnican Republic, Bar-
Trinidad, i Aruba,
bf'a PanaiiKi Nicaragua,
[Honduras and F.I Salvador.
I bold iddish novelist.
7hi.vv.rk- \ several
m Span-
1 Jhe "Sol,,] Theatre in
I Aires.
hwik. "Undi r g]
F award ol the l/ongrew for
Future and was praised in
Lj*n Bulletin i Selected
sued by (!, International
Pub and t \
Iteure tour i- being spon-
BTthe Israel II -,,;,, cam-
pMthe World Federation of
^backgrwund apd religion convic-
tians Thu, tliiiist,-ueiv
(termed non-sectarian, assumes sec-
J tariart coloration in the classroom
and becomes a source of divisive
pes-; amone the children, who now
begin to think of each other as
Catholic, Protestant and Jew. rath-
er than as just follow American,.
The introduction of this type of
sectarian teaching is unquestion-
! ably a threat to America-,
tional foundation tonethe separ-
ation between church on the on-
hand, and state and school on the
other.
The natural context of all knowl-
edge is the intellectual and moral
advancement of humanity. The
school must not withdraw itself
from the responsibilty of inculcat-
ing these moral and ethical values
into the child, and through the
child, into the community. But re-
, ligions as such should be fostered
in the church, in the synagogue.
1 and in the home. ]t has no place
in the school system
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
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i. Gerald lewis
New Community House
Will be Installed
Patrona'to de la (asa de la Comu-
nidad Hebrea, new Jewish Com-
munity House of Cuba, will be in-
augurated with ceremonies Thurs-
day evening, Oct. 27. in Havana.
President of Cuba Mayor Gen
eral Fulgencia Batista y Zaldwar,
will be principal speaker. Herman
Heisler, president, revealed Wed-
nesday.
Bridge Tournies to Begin
Series of bridge tournaments.
commencing Sunday, Oct. 23, at
the Center, will be sponsored by
the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. The tournament
will continue every alternate Sun-
day thereafter, and will be under
the direction of Mrs. Tessie Stas-
' ko, well known bridge authority
AJC Names Lewis
To National Group
J. Gerald Lewis, Miami business
man, has been appointed a mem-
ber of the national foreign affairs
committee of the American Jewish
I Committee, it was announced Wed-
nesday by Irving M. Engel, presi-
dent of the AJC.
Lewis, who is an active member
of the Miami chapter of the AJC.
of which he is treasurer, is also \
closely identified with Mt. Sinai
Hospital, of which he is vice presi-
dent and treasurer. He is a past j
president and one of the founders
of Temple Israel, Miami.
Among the problems which are I
the concern of OJC's national for-1
eign affairs coi.imittee include '
safeguarding the rights of Jews
abroad and the development of
their communal life, implications,
' of developments abroad which af-
fect the position of American Jew-
ry and cooperation in the foreign
affairs field with other organiza-
tions in the United States and
abroad.
Beth Jacob To
Honor Rabbi Stern
lieth ,3**0i r(,ncr(.?ation wiiF
honor Rabbi THxw II, Stern, new
spiritual leader, at a banquet S*iii
Bay evening, Feb. If). The banquet
will also mark the date of publics
tion .of a jubilee testimonial jour-
nal.
I -co Meyer, president of Beth
Jacob.-nas appointed r>nvH Whit-
man chairman of the dinner.
Whitman tlii, we- k said he is
"honored to chair the dinner in
behalf of Rabbi Stern, who is one
Of the greatest scholars in the
United States and the author of
many volumes on Israeli law."
Among nationally known fig-
urea expected to attend the testi-
monial honorin" Ilabhi Si-rn are i
Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati,
president of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of America and Canada;
Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik
of Boston, internally renowned
scholar; and Dr. Leo Jung of New
York, world religious authority
and member of the faculty at Ye-
shiva University.
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center' will join hands with
Beth Jacob in honoring Rabbi
Stern.
Hubbi Tibor Sfern
Admitted to Special Practice
Kurt Wellisch, Miami attorney,
with offices at 1414-17 Congress
bldg., has been admitted to prac-
tice before the United States Court
of Military Appeals at a swearing
in ceremony in Washington, D.C.
Card Party for Tuesday
Keneseth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a card party in the social hall
on Tuesday evening, Oct. 25.
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Temple Israel Men
Will Install Hirsch
Albert J. Hirsch will be installed
president of Temple Israel Men's
Club on Saturday evening, Oct. 22,
at the Temple. Rabbi Joseph Narot
will be installing officer.
To assume office with Hirsch are
Morton Grant, Frank Perlman and
Ted Sandier, vice presidents; Har-
ry Boyell, treasurer; and Fred Dia-
mond, secretary and financial sec-
retary.
Board of directors will include
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, William I.
Brenner, Herman Binder, Martin
Fine, Jerome Freehling. Harold
Friedman, Harold Golden, Edward
Klein. Herbert Kaufman.
Arthur S. Kahn. Sanford Lev-
koff. Judge Raymond Nathan. Lo-
in Nelson, Max Shapiro, Paul T.
Schoenberger, Murray Dubbin, Al
Hellman and Hyman Kaplan, past
president.
President-elect Hirsch was re-
cently named to the executive
board of the National Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods, an hon-
or accorded only to 60 men
throughout the United States. He
will attend installation ceremonies
at the 16th bienniel convention of
the organization at the Roosevelt
hotel in New Orleans Nov. 3 to 6.
His latest honor came last Fri-
lay, when he was elected to the
< row of Tent 33 of the Variety In-
ternational Club In addition,
among other organizations, he be-
longs to Southwe'.! Lodge 286. F. &
\ M Scottish Kites. Shrine.
29'ers, Miami (irollo. Committee
i 1000, Miami Shomon'i Assoeii
non and the Fraternal Order of the
i oiice
Hiraeh i~ also a member of the
Board of governor! of the (irt-ater
Miami Jewish Federation
Temple Israel Men's Club re
Cently donated money for the iv
; of flood victim- in the New
hngland area.
Dunes Staff
Names Two Men
Two additions to the Dunes staff
were announced this week bv Jack
Lieberbaum. president of the re-
sort.
Federation Sets
$150,000 Goal
A cash goal of $150,000 has
been set by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation collections com-
mittee in the month of October, it
has been announced by David Phil-
lips, over-all Collections chairman.
Meeting with a group compris-
ing the large gift sub-committee,
Phillips and co-chairman Sam A.
Goldstein this week outlined Swift
moving plans to clean up some of
the outstanding pledges in the big
gift category in the next two
weeks. Members of this sub-com-
mittee include Carl Weinkle.
Aaron M. Kanner, Joseph Rose and
Jack Muravchick. Others who ac-
cepted assignments to assist the
committee are Stanley C. Myers,
John Serbin. Leo Chaikin and Jo-
seph Mechlow.
The action-plan includes organ-
ization of similar sub-committees
to collect pledges of smaller con-
tributors which are still unpaid.
Federation president Stanley C.
Myers pointed out that, although
many CJA pledges are not due to
be paid until the end of the year,
the needs for emergency cash by
agencies here and overseas are so
great that large number of big-gift
contributors are making their pay-
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
Mohel
Associated With All Hospitals i, fo^
Telephone JE 1-3840
Al Nemets-. Miami Roach restau ; ments now
; rant operator, has been appointed
jfood and beverage director and
catering manager, and Dr Sol
Greonborg will he the resident
chiropractor and health center di-
rector.
Nemets is known as the original
Miami Beach sandwich shop own-
er. He opened Alt, the first of ,m'(,,
such restaurants, in 1936. and the;
dining spot became famous as a
meeting place for celebrities \ i-it
ing Miami Beach
"Up to this point, our 'Redeem
Your Pledge' month has been sub-
stantially successful," said Phillips
and Goldstein reporting to their
committee.
However, they indicated that a
united effort must be exerted in
the final 10 days of this month to
the demand for funds.
During his 32 years m the rr~
taurant business, Nnncts has own-
etl several Miami Beach eateries
and also operated two steak houses
and cocktail lounges in Chicago.
Dr Greenberg has been a Miami
Special meeting of the B'nai ^.oac.h.c.h,r(I,Ipra:c,or_for, mort' ,,h.an
BYith Women's Council of South
B'nai B'rith Women
Hold Local Functions
Honda will be held Wednesday
evening. Oct. 26. at the AI
'.nests ,,f honor will be Mrs
Michael Shapiro, president of
Women's District Grand Lodge No.
>. and Mrs. Philip Bohlask> of Sa-1
\annah. first vice president of the
District.
Meeting jointly with Council,
'ill be North Dade and Tropical
chapters of B'nai B'rith Women.
'Library Shower' Due
ITA of the North Shore Jewish
< enter will sponsor a "Library
-hower' to help fill the shelves of
their newly formed library on Nov
2nd at the Center Mrs. Helga
Eason, of the Miami Public Li-
will review Esther." by Na-
haniel Norsen Weinreb.
two years He is a graduate of the.
Chiropractic Institute of New York
and served his internship at Spears i
Hospital in Denver, Colo.
Phone 9-1761
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Tifereth Israel Slates Affairs
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter ths week announced the forma-
tion of a choir under the direction
of Mrs. Josie Adler.
Chinese games night is slated at
the Center Sunday evening, Oct.
23 Also slated is a board meeting
Thursday evening. Oct. 27.
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L,/. M. Mil" II
/. Ceil. Chriiffnberry
Arfhur leviff
Prong Political Battle Looms For National Commander
row P9 A
iNational Commander Jo-
. of'Washington. DC,
scheduled to address
iy Milton had served on
|y m the Army with the
fejor General before he
tied to his present post
ent Eisenhower. He is
j. of the Silver Star of
% former president of
aty f New Mexico and
[Mexico Military Institute.
i been Dean of Engineer-
I A & M.
Sen. 'George Smathers
ss a luncheon group
Daily Forward Jkat
I^abor Committee.
ion, Jewish
rank Z. Atraa
Foundation. yifPOWd the League. Judge Advocate. First Army; and
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for Industrial Democracy.
Friday. Oct. $8, at 10 a.m., Thom-
as Evans will address jL JWV busi-
ness session. Evans is director of
blood recruitment of National
American Red Cross, and it is ex-
pected that he will cover the blood
recruitment issue as a major as-
pect of Jewish W*r. Veterans ac-
tivity.
On Sunday morning, Oet. 30, Ar-
thur Levitt, Comptroller of the
State of New York, will address
the convention on. the JWV Nation-!
al Shrine for the War Dead in
Washington, DC. Director of the
Shrine, Levitt is a veteran of both
World Wars. During World War
II, he served successively as A-.M-.-t-
UN STAND SEIN SIGNIFICANT
ant Staff Judge Advocate, First
Infantry Division; Assistant Staff
Staff Judge Advocate, New York
Port of Embarkation.
In March, 1943, he was promoted
to the grade of Colonel. As a mem-
ber of the Reserve Component, he
is the commanding officer of the
1568th Judge Advocate General's
Training Center. Levitt holds the
Medal of Legion of Merit award
for military service.
Maj. Gen. C. W. Christenberry,
president of the American Korean
Foundation, is scheduled to ad-
dress a session of the convention
at a time to be announced early
next week.
A principal session of the 60th
Temple EmaiuuEl. Capt. Joshua L.
Goldberg, chief chaplain of the
Third Naval District, will present
the memorial, service sermon.
In ajlditionv Ik Jesse F. Casey,
leading Veterans Administration
psychiatrist, will address a lunch-
eon of the Ida Latz Foundation on
Wednesday, Oct. 26. This Founda-
tion was incorporated in New York
State to aid veterans of World War
II and the Korean campaign in
their quest for rehabilitation over
and above governmental benefits
and resources of established health
and social agencies in the commu-
nity.
Major focus ol the JWV con-
*
Jen. George Smathers
vention here will be the five-prong
political battle scheduled to be dc-
nat.onal encampment w,l be Fr.-:cided on tne fina, (, of ^
day evening services, Oct. 21, at when candidatcs see^ to SU(,,,.,|
Resolutions Will Take Up UNESCO
And the Federal Security Program
outgoing Commander Barr. In the
ring are Benjamin Cha&in, New
York-Dr. David Coyne, White Mea-
dow Lake. N.J.; Reubin Kaminsky,
Hartford; Theodore Pickard, Chi-
cago; and Samuel Shaikewitz, St.
Louis.
A lesser political battle will be
resolved Saturday evening, when
Irving Goldstein, Chicago, and Os-
The Federal Employees Security Communists has been considered
Program, the arming of Arab | by JWV as a grave threat to the
States by the Communists and the:security of the free world and es-,car J Toye' Boston' battle ll out
*eita MinkotI
. Oct. 17. The 'Florida
|ir will honor the host
ording to Daniel Neal
vention publicity chair-
|former Department Com-
, State of Florida. Sen.
is scheduled to make a
W Utemciit at that
Monday. Oct. 24. will
ah Minkoff. executive di-
the National Community fet up a bi-pa
Advisory Council since
kof. 's a member of the
Actors of the Jewish
broad picture of veterans' bene-
fits will be on the list of top pri-
ority issues that will come under
scrutiny by the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United States of Amer-
ica as it convenes for its 60th an-
nual national convention in Miami
Beach next week.
The three issues will be care-
pcciaMy to the safeguarding of
American interests in the Near
East.
Reliable sources Wednesday in-
dicated that the JWV convention I
will also take up a resolution stat-
ing its support of the United Na-'
tions Education, Scientific and Cul-
tural Organization. Coming on the
, heels of the recent American Leg-]
fully considered, and concrete p^, ion condemnation of UNESCO |
icies will be formulated to be c*K, here, the resolution is expected to
ried through by the veterans" oft., offset some of the negative criti-
ganizatlon in the coming year.**
for succession to the post of Na-
tional Judge Advocate. Outgoing
officer is Leon Sachs, of Philadel-
phia.
JWV has been one of the shar
ctsm directed against the UN by
veterans forces.
rp JWV is also expected generally
est critics of the Federal Er&to praise the activity of the Unit-
ployees Security Prefram andMfljBled Nations in accordance with
one of the prime movers pressing
for the adoption of SJR 21 which .
cQUjmission to ___________
review securiff ^ji*>d^roS under
Executive Ordef*l4f>0
The arming of the Arabs by the
President Eisenhower's constant
affirmation of faith in the world
Mental Health Society
Plans Film, Panel Program
What lies behind defiant behav-
ior of youth today will be one of
the many questions discussed at
the Mental Health Society general
meeting Thursday night. Oct. 27,
at the Board of Public Instruction
auditorium, 275 NW 2nd st.
The film, "Family Affair." will
be followed by a panel of discus-
sion leaders. Dr. Bruce Alspach,
psychiatrist; Maxwell Fassler, case
supervisor of Jewish Family Serv- sional Medal of Honor, will be
ice; Kenneth Kruger. casework! among delegates here at the
sMr^ss^** "n' ''"'' <
will be heard. iJWV. _______
S'nai B'rith Youth
Hold 2-Day Program
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization hold its
1955 fall college at Hiilel House.
University of Miami, on Oct. IS
and 16. it was announced Wednc-
day by Miss Barbara Foooancr,
chairman for the affair.
The two-day program eon
sisted of religious, cultural aiul -
cial events. Highlighting the col-
lege were elections and installa-
tion of officers. Installing officer
was Judge Milton A. Friedman,
national youth commissioner for
BBYO.
Other guests for the e\t-i
were Sidney Efronson. chairman of
the Greater Miami BBYO commit-
tee, and Dr. Donald Michaelson.
director of Hiilel House at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Assisting in arrangements were
Al Capp, Bobbie Gordon. Jud\
Weiss, Steve Fish, Sidney Indgin.
Dan Ostrowsky, Ruth Platt. Linda
Brown. Bob Levitt. Mike Budd.
Larry' Parnes and Joan Siegal.
Guiding the affair Were Misa
Fern Hoffman, Greater Miami
BBYO director, and Seymour
Siegel, Greater Miami area stall
supervisor.
Ben Kaufman, national execu-
tive director of Jewish War
Veterans of the United States
and one of two Jewish surviv-
ing recipients of the Congres-
Hadassah Group Plans
Special Hebrew Studies
"The Hebrew Influence on West
ern Civilization" will be the topic
discussed during the year at the
Study Group of Menorah chapter
of Hadassah.
Louis Schwartzman. director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will give an introduction to the
subject at the group's first meet
ing on Tuesday night, Oct. 25. in
the home of Mrs. H. I. Kopelman.
1421 Garcia ave.
Mrs. Eugene Silverstone is edu
cational vice president.
Washington Feels Resumption of Water Plan Will Start War
tf oLD*derans1.NaUonal Shrine in Washington, D.C.,
B' wth Vice President Nixon as principal
-
Continued from P*ee 1 A
Israel by redressing the imbalance
in military powe'r. Nor will the
State Department grant a security
pact to Israel outside the frame-
work of Arab agreement to Israel's
boundaries, as outlined by Dulles
in his August 26 speech. In that
speech, Mr. Dulles conditioned a
security pact to prior Arab-Israel
.agreement on frontiers. An Ad-
ministration spokesman said last
week that the Dulles proposals
achieved "added urgency" in the
light of recent event*.
WhUe there is grave concern in
the State Department that harm
may come to Israel from Egypt's
new weapons, the main considera-
tion today is an American attempt
to counter Soviet strategy by an
American policy aimed at regain-
ing the favor of Egypt and the
other states of the*Arab League.
Circles in the State Department
hold the belief that the Arab world
would be further alienated from
the West if a move on behalf of
Israel were made at this point.
Israel is being reassured that
America may make arms available
at some future time. But Israelis
remember similar assurances re-
garding a security pact for Israel
which came to naught.
Wolper Will be Speaker
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will hold its weekly luncheon meet
ing Tuesday noon at the Di Lido
hotel, according to Michael Sossin.
president. David I. Wolper, of the
State Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, will be principal speakei
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Temple Emanu-EI Students Become
Consecrated During Saturday Service
Temple Emanu-El's annual con- Francos Yavers, Claudia Dahah.
secration service lor new students' Steven Mianan, Joseph Pit*.
of the religious school took Grade IB religioui school:
place Saturday. Oct. 15, during the : Leah Aberbach. William Beck
9 a in. Sabbath service, according Neil Heckerman.
vm
to Rabbi Irving I-chrman.
"Children in the kindergarten
and first gride of Sunday school,
as well as students of grades IA
nnd IB of the daily rell [lous
School, at th;it time VOWed t"
jih," lie said.
Dr. Herman 1!. MechlowitZ,
chairman of the Temple's educa
tion committee, and Mr- Rapfa m I
K Vunes, president ol the Parent-
Teacher Association, e \ t e n d e d
etings, Bonnie Rubenstein,
president of the 1954 ."i.i confirma-
tion class, greeted the children!
on behalf of the student body.
The following children express-
ed the sentiments i I their clas-
ses: Roberta Brick, Janet Halpern,
Steven Kaplan. Steven Mufson, Jef-
frey Selcvan and Prances Yavers.
Dr. Mechlowiti and Saul Rubin,
educational director, presented
each consecranl with ;i miniature
Torah to mark the occasion A spe-
cial Kiddush in honor ol the chil-
dren given by the PTA
Consecranl- ol 1955 are Kinder
garten Syfra Abenson, Herma
Baiter. Pamela Bialolenki, Teddy
Borkan. Linda Cohen, Thomas Co-
hen, Victor Dabah, Lauri Denison,
v 'ban Elberg, Ellen Epstein,
Vicki Gardner, Sharon Grayson,
John Greenfield, Robin Ihrsch.
Renee Levie, Arnold Leibovit,
Jane Michnoff, William Mishan,
Sidnej Pertnoy, Gale Piotkin, Jef-
frey Robinson, Maria Schutzman,
Richard SchwarU Judish S
li Shapiro, Rob n Sih er, Allen
Sloan, Jane Sutnick, Ted Wein-
Btock, Howard Wi Isenthal and Ra-
ven Wexler,
First Grade Ariel e Adelman,
Adrienne Abran in Co-
Murraj r I Stephen Co-
Linda DuBeshter, Jill Eber,
n, Bonnie
lit. Dean Gl G I
Greenberg, Linda Gr< i: i
tth Jacobs,
Lherman,
i
u : i
Mizrahi. 1
Steven Bet
johill Brown, Robert Cams
Gar) Cohen, Manuel Diner. Geof-
frey Ehrlichman, Richard Feder,
Robert Flam. Steve Picke, Tina
Goodman, Arline Halperin, Bon-
nie Hamilton, i.osiic ii.ier. Diane
Kaminsky, Joel K;iui- Jeffrej I ieh
in, Robert Mufson, Allan Mul-
ler, Ned Pyne, Harry Ren
Donald Sussman, Alan Troop and
Steven Wasserman

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Gables Groip
Will Co-Sponsor
Youth Activities
With two clubs already meeting
llarly and two planned
for the end of the month, the Sis
terhood ol the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center announced Wednesday
that it will be co-sponsoring the
Center's youth activities logethei
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Community (enter.
Devoting its resources exclui
ively to the services ol the young
(id iod ['resident
Mrs Allied Reich announced that
plans are now under way t" make
the Coral Gal Jen i-h Cent) r a
leisure time meeting place (or teen
agers i
Chairman of the youth activities
committee, Mrs Samuel Bloch. in
discussing the program noted that
supervision will be "geared to the
-tan,lards set )n the field of!
social group work and that the
purpose ol the youth group is i
recreational but also aimed at de-
veloping cultural and civic values
as well."
Other members ,it the committee ]
are the Mesdames Nathan Mack- '
ley, Sam Goodman, Herman Pisch
er, Solomon I ohen, Bernard Kel-
ler, Hi nrj Levj Mon ti Shop
Halpert, Hyman Kopelman, Julie
Snyder, Naphtali Meltaer, Al
ham Harris, Jason Grossman, Max
Temchin, Loui r Bas-
kin, I Pinkelstein i
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Reheorsing for an original musical presenta-
t.cn which featured in the program "Wel-
come Sisterhood" at the annual Temple
Emanu-EI Sisterhood brunch on Oct. 19 in
the Algiers hotel. From left to right i
is Mrs. Gene Troope, Mrs. Ira Walswl
David Samelson, Mrs. Joseph SiMar',
Mrs. Murray Koretzsky.
Community Plan
Committee Meets
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km. Ellii '
i. George Schi
Rabbi Waxman ta Officiate
At Larry's Bor MiizvaS
id Mrs. Kano-
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Out-4 wi
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Cnmmiinitv p'annina co-^mi'tee
Of the Create- Miami Jewish Fed-
eration li"ii| its first meeting of
the year Wednesday evening.
Chairman Harold Ttmrmaa led
i discussion on th need for two
special studies in the Greater Mi-
. ami area concerning Jewish a In
cation and the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
The proup reviewed the various
ana- o| service requiring the at-
tention of the committee and will
shortly establish nriorith and or-j
ganbe work for the future year.
ne 88 community leaders arc,
at the committee which
is responsible foi in I de
veloping studies, resi ') rvi<
.and protect it bj l-
ecutlve committi
with Ibis planning t five
i cutive directors ol the folli
ing M li H -; it I,
Bureau
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i dore Kanowitz. Br
anaunt, Mrs Charlotte Shpritzer
Samuel
To launch 'Zionist Month'
t. IS to ]
111 be launched Pi i la) i vening
bj Hi. young V\ m Oneg
iat >pon
Be ich Your,
District at the home of Anne Suas-
man. 1551 Michigan eve
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, take chil-
dren ol St. Joseph's Orphanage to Del-
monico hotel, Miami Beach, for a swim
party. Watching three of the children are
mnn^K0 Arthur Nemter and Leo Stein-
man, co-chairmen of the children's commU-
Sy2T" Mary Alb-rt of *2-
Movie stars Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell will be J
by B'nai B'rith at a dinner dance in Lo= Angeles on!
Oct. 23. Happily married and devoted parents fa
selected as "Mr. and Mrs. American Citisen of !-**
Angeles Lodge No. 487 ol B'nai B'rith "because of an-
ticipation in philanthropic and civic activities and tsCj
sistent {forts to create better understanding among JJ
pie." Glenn Ford, star of "The Blackboard Jung*
rupted Melody" and "The Trial," and his wife arej
volved in producinq an educational TV show cauea
of Our Children." The award present-on v
on this show Nov. 7.
Dr. Weidbertj Will Attend JDCMeefi
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. promi- of the nation jj^fl
nent Miami Beach civic leader, will uranis an I ,,,fnn," tai'i
attend the 10th annual meeting of. social uVaiminauu
the National Council of the Joint si(l!l ol Jews from cm*
Defense Appeal Oct. 22 at the Ho ,, fraternities iw
M Booseveit, New York. Dr. Weid- .....(,, managcrial
berg is a national vice chairman of ^j,-
the Council. will !*> "f ^V^i
. iho recent Dullc- F^'P0*
The National Council consists of Arab stts: -
more than 1.280 civic and philan- rael and me *" ^
thropic leaders throughout the essary to prteC
country who mobilize community (Trench-Moslem com"
support for JDA. fund raising arm ng ,,( Jeeti
of the American Jewish Committee rn Europe-
and Anti Defamation League of H ,nJ^_____
B'nai B'rith. Liftf' ff
The Council meeting will be held Miami Slit** ^
s an integral pert of the concur-1 The Sisterhood
ret weekend sessions of the AJC ( brew School and^<
executive board and the executive j bold a regular m*j
committe of the ADL National cial hall on T"*T
Commission. I n- 2. it h b
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pridian
, Mis. Meyers added that she is "a
linn believer in the separation of
tnc council of I ^ Dr. <-lark^ Emery, Professor of | church and state, which has been
Led frm Pa9# A (approve of the general idea."
Schools With Mixed
told The
thai I ,!" think
linly not
Lof n-liuion
,ver, a need for
English at the University of Miami, I m existence since the foundation
said that "Supt. Bailey has made of this nation. Fine aeholara and
an extremely broad generalization I good, Godfearing men have
Ltten away from God. I which does not seem susceptible produced under this system and I
ot he for secUT of proof." see no reason for a sudden
in the pub- Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers chan*e "
member of the Hade County Board School board member Mrs Fred
of Public Instruction, told The Voloh indicated thai she "would
however, a neeu w Jew1gh FiorWjan that "I am op- definitely want to see Supt. Bail
fcainir.; i llu' scnoolh- posed to having any religious train- e>'" n!an before I can say any-
fain expl.i'1 ,nat the in8 or Rib,e slu(|V in tne public ,nin8 about it. I came here from
Ij [orhidden and schools or such training and study Butler. Pa., where the public
.a hildren to be- under the supervision of the school system permitted ooe-hall
ipon le."'s |10 think about rciiKn preme Court nas upnel(| ,h(, C()n. afternoon, each week."
a, ReHgion is accepted sljtutionality of keepin [ schools Mrs. Vosloh said that, under the
Lral community, and I free from any kind of religion. Butler- system, students were per-
and why il shouldn't training."_________________________mitted to go to their own temple
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Seagram Markets
The promotion of Bernard Tab-
bat to director of marketing for
Seagram-Distillers Company, has
been announced by Herbert W. Ev-
enson, executive vice president.
Tabbat leaves his post as admin-
istrative assistant to the executive
vice president for his new assign-
ment. During his nine-year tenure
with the company, he has held a
number of positions in the sales
' department and has risen in the
ranks through a succession of ex-
ecutive sales post.
Prior to joining Seagram's, Tab-
bat served in the United States
Army. He entered the Army as a
private in 1942 and rose to the
rank of captain prior to his dis-
charge in 1946, when he served on
the headquarters staff of the New
York Post of Embarkation. He is
a member of Seagram Post 1283
of the American Legion.
A graduate of the City College
of New York with a BS degree in
education. Talil.al was I high
school t< u her in the New York
public schools system in l!)ll and
1942, anil owned an insurance
brokerage business from 1938 to
1942.
Tabbat, his wife, Bernice, and
lheir three young children live at
Pell Terrace, Garden City, Long
Island, N.Y.
Miamians Buy
Defray Property
One of Florida's most famous
ranches, the (y Moak Ranch in
Defray Beach, was purchased this
week by Irving Kipnis and Morris
Becker for an estimated S700.000.
The 1.135-acre property, which
includes a private lake, employ,
over 70 persons to maintain the
vast amount of livestock, vege-
table farms and grounds.
Kipnis and Becker have taken
immediate possession, of their new
holding.
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Tne BIBLE IN ACTION: Three leadina participants in the first
program of the radio series "The Bible in Action" exchange
views on the significance of the Harvest Festival of Succoth
in this land and in Israel. The 13-week series is being pro-
duced by Station WNEW in New York, with the cooperation
of the American Zionist Council. It is being rebroadcast by
other station* throughout the country. Participating in the first
program were (left to riaht) the Hon. Ezra Taft Benson, Secre-
tary of Agriculture; Rabbi Irvine, Miller, chairman of the
American Zionist Council and noted tpirttual leader; and His
Excellency Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to the U.b. ana
head of the Israeli delegation to ths United Nations. Raymond
Massey (not shown here) delivered the Biblical raadirfg._____

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Pull Lever 37A Oct. 25th
i im Pol Ao> >
or church and to be taught by their
j own spiritual leaders. "If we could
: do something along those lines, i
i would certainly be for it. I am
, Protestant, and I certainly would-
n't want my children taught the
precepts of Catholicism or Ju-
1 daism. I believe this would hold
)lrue for honest. God-fearing par-
ents of the Jewish and Catholic-
faiths, as well." .
In a letter to The Jewish FloT-
Idian (see Letters to the Kditor,
Page 5A). Rabbi [rving Lehrman,
president of the G
Rabbinical Association and pirf-
, tual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
said that "the main prol le
, to be, can a teacher teach a lb
jeel without teaching himself
without injecting, into his lubject
his own personal religion, be he
Catholic, Protestant or Jew? No
matter b>w he may try to remain
non-sectarian, his approach to his
subject is bound to be colored by
his own background and religious
convictions."
Rabbi L-rhrman added: "The in-
troduction of this type of sectar-
ian tcachii'g is unquestionably a
threat to America's traditional
foundation-stone the separation
between church on the one hand
i and state and school on the other."
According to Rev. Caxton Dog-
; gett, president of the Greater Mi-
ami United Nations Association
and Minister of the Rader Memo-
rial Methodist Church: "I'm not
sure that I know of any plan that
will be acceptable to Protestants.
Jews and Catholics. If such a plan
could be devised, I'd certainly sup-
port it, but I don't think any plan
should be imposed on the school
-ystem over any objections of the
three major faiths.
"I can not accept Supt. Bailey's
statement that the schools are God-
less anymore than I can accept the
j statement that the nation is God-
less. His plan will have to be made
clearer."
Bailey this week remarked thit
I he realizes "there'll be some cal-
culated risks, but I think all faiths
' will agree there is a God and we
just want to emphasize that." He
said he hoped to have the program
in operation by summer.
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Scher Joins
Peninsular Faculty
Arnold I. Scher, attorney, has
joined the faculty of Peninsular
Institute as instructor in Federal
income.^taxation, according to an
announcement by Eli Hurwitz, di-
rector TO the Institute.
Scher, partner in a Miami
Beach lav/ firm, is a graduate of
the Univer ity of Mami. He is a di-
rector of the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation and is chairman of the
legal education committee which
nets the legal clinics including
the tax clinic.
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WON SCHUBERT MEMORIAL AWARD
W tn 3 nm'B

Prominent Concert Pianist Samuel Sorin Will Reside Here
i'* iiiuniii^, in- i'iii\ \i.*
Concert artist Samuel Sorin is
now making his home in the
<;:<
arc'
Kathy.
"Wc docidofl to live here lie-
cause of our daughter." Sorin Ml
plained this week. "New York
is becoming impossible. Besides,
my family are Miamians."
The renowned plianist is the
son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. of
Miami. A brother lives in Hol-
lywood. The threesome have also
decided to live in Hollywood at
1512 Moffett st.
"It's not necessary to live in
New York simply because one is
an artist," Sorin said. "I will
continue under the mangement
ot Columbia Artists and will con-
certize throughout the year. But
in the past. I always found myself
traveling to Miami during the
off-seasoning, and we figured we
might as well make it perma-
nent."
The noted pianist was born in
Detroit, studied in Chicago and
Cleveland before coming to Jul-
hard in Manhattan. There, his
teacher was Ernest Hutchinson
He also studied with Serge Tar-
nowsky. who taught Vladimir
Horowitz
It was at Julliard that I met
Edith," Sorin said. Then, in 1939.

Sameef Sorin
ortitMMchcr
he won the Schubert Memorial
Tward. a national competition
which, in its day. was the biggest
available. This started Sortn on
his concert career.
He has since played with the
Philadelphia. Kansas City. Hous
ton, Baltimore. Rochester, !>'
irqit and Seattle orchestras Some
,,, bis conductors have included
the famous hem-ilnr!. KW1Z and
Freccia.
\t the end of each Ml
Sorin will return here to practice.
jtudj and prepare his programs
lor the following concert season.
I also hope to teach two or three
Student! An arti-t always wants
to teach someone "
Serin's repertoire is broad,
ranging from Bach to the mod-
ern masters. He has performed
Berg. Gian-Carlo Menotti. Robert
Ward. Prokofieff. Shostakovitch
and many other contemporary
composers. Of Ernest Bloch,
Sorin says: "He is one of our
greatest. The Shelomo Rhapsody
is a masterpiece in our time. I
have also played, with great
pleasure. Blochs Suite for Violin
and Piano and the Quintet for
Piano and Strings."
As for wife Edith, she antici
pates getting in some teaching,
too. Leaving Julliard was diffi-
cult, when one has the teaching
bug. But she hopes to make it up
here.
Sorin is no stranger to music
lovers. In addition to his con-
certs, he may be heard on Cook
records in the "Sounds of Our
Times" series.
Lipton Elected
League Director
At its 32nd annual convention
held in Ponte Vedra this week, del
ol the Florida Savings and
loan League elected Joseph M
Lipton. president of Dade federal
Savings and Loan Association of
MiamiiaB its'Director to the United
States Savings and Loan League.
Lipton is a past president of the
Florida league, whose member-
ship is comprised of all the savings
and Man associations in the state
The U.S. League membership num-
bers more than 6.000 savings and
loan associations throughout the
country.
HIS FIRST VISIT SINCE JUNE, 19S2
Friedland to Chair Dinner Honoring Foreign Minister Sharett
Continued from Page 1 A
Temple Emanu-El, i- a former co-chairman "f the
local Israel Bonds committee ami a past cami
chairman tor the Combined Jewish Appeal
Chairman ol the board ol Food Fair Stores ii \ ha^
live in the leadership ot Israeli causes.
Friedland also served aa chairman of a Citizens'
Committee lor Koaht Sharett Das '" South Florida
on June 1. 1952. when then-Foreign Minister Sharett
ins onJj previous visit to the Southeastern
United States
The Nov. 16 dinner will bo sponsored by the
Guard lsr.ul. Greater Miami chapter. Mcm-
bership in the Cuardians of Israel ma) he obtained
through the purchase of a minimum of $1,000 in
State of Israel Bonds during the current year.
Plans for a reception for Sharett are now being
formulated, Friedland said. "This is a signal honor
(or Greater Miami, and I know we shall again
reward his visit with success for Israel."
Sharett served aa Foreign Minister of Israel from
its Independence Pay. Ma> 14. 1948 until he as-
sumed his post as Prime Minister. He had a dis-
tinguished eareer in the service of the Jewish com-
munity of Palestine prior to the War of Liberation
Appearing as international spokesman for the
young country, he gained world renown with his
exposition of Israels position before the highest
international bodies With the eyes of the world
tocused upon him. he appeared before the United
Nations General Assembly to present a positive case
for the admission of Israel to the UN.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Schedules Cabaret Night
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center ^sponsoring a cab-
aret night Saturday. Oct. 22.
Mrs. Leon Kutun is chairman,
assisted by Mrs. Benjamin Mandel
as co-chairman.
A seven-piece band will play.
There will be an elaborate variety
floor show. Sam Front is toast-
master. Featured will be a gay
nineties bathing beauty review.
Kershew Will Lecture
Harry Kershaw. president of the
Health and Happiness Club, will
lecture at the Blacfcstone hotel on
"Juvenile Delinquency" Saturday
afternoon, Oct. 22.
LEGAL NOTICE
Milander Seeks
To Succeed Himself
As Hialeah Mayor
Henry A. Milander is running in
the Hialeah campaign to succeed
himself as mayor.
Milander. who lives with his wife
and son at 56 North 3rd st.. has
, I been in the office of mayor for
I five terms. He previously served
I four terms as a Hialeah council-
man.
"This is 18 years of experience
in the best interests of Hialeah."
| Milander said Wednesday. "I have
been in constant office as the city
has grown from 3.000 to 40.000
residents."
A businessman and veteran of
World War I. Milander said that
he aims to expand parks and play-
First recipient of the Benjamin Cooper Fellowahip, Israeli stu- I 8round facilities as fast as finances
dent Israel Feldman of Technion Institute. Haifa, is welcomed 11*"11'1 "l ,so anticipate a long
to Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Professor Paul nge P'nn'ng program which will
Chalmers, Dean of Foreign Students. The award, which wo- X ,ndustr> to take its ProD-
vides for a year of practical experience in American industry 7 J1 C,t> l "m most in"
as well as postgraduate study at M.I.T.. was initiated by Benja- ',erested ln "n economical and effi-
min Cooper. New York industrialist and president of Taller & |Cient city government."
Cooper, Inc.. for aiding 4he industrial growth of brael through Milander also s. L he wants in-
American training of outstanding Israeli youth. creasea flre and ^^ protectjon
A X eL. Ml _.! I xPnded trash and garbage serv-
Art Show Planned At Hirsch School ice citv iwawty and PUbiiC
Sam Hirsch School of Drama and and honorable mention will j^rel,tions bureau "and no 100 per-
Allied Arts, under the leadership awarded by a panel of judges head Icent a**essment but a pay as we
of William Oberman. art director ed by Robert Tyler Davis, director'go plan, thus keeping taxes low
of the school, is planning an art of Viscaya and the Lowe Gallery __________ *
show for professional Florida art-. Winners will also be given ons-
ists in honor of National Art Week, man shows at the studio at a later YoUM Adults to M
The three-week show will open' Thc. scho' also announced the' ,'J'emp,e Emanu-El Young Adults
Sunday. Oct. 30. and close Nov. 20 f1 ? Vv^rT* l*chil T hld.' "harVest *" on Sun-
at the studio, 315 West 47th at.. [uTySS^^Sh.ld'SE ZZS&SL 2 5 ^ ^
"-mi Beach. | days, from 1 to 3 p.m.. at the stu- Z1 *1 maT ^^^
Prizes for first and second place dio. 7 card m*<-'n. will high-
jignt the evenings entertainment.
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AjCongress Plans Functions
------- Alaiors Tho xtidnln.v
ZJ*mik>r8diari
-bring amcmbcr donor
hed by Ix.uise-Brar.deLs
0f American Jew.sh Con-
fweek at the Algiers ho-
ding to an announcemen
, Mrs. Ruth Alter
Ue affair was
Chair-
Esther Hoi-
j South Florida Division
nstallation and luncheon
Algiers. The chapters $500 con-
tribution to the University of Mi-
ami Department of Human Rela-
tions will be presented at that
time, Mrs. Morris Kogan, chairman,
revealed.
Other functions in the near fu-
ture include:
Dinner dance at the Latin Quar-
ter Dec. 25. The chapter will pre-
I extravaganza and hear Johnny
| Kay sing as featured artist. Chair-
man is Mrs. Jack Janoff.
Month of January will feature
tne Commission on Law and Social
| Action, with a program scheduled
, as You Are the Jury." in ch: rge
, are Mrs. Philip Brummer and Mrs
! Ruth Baglov.
Page 11 A
YOUNG ADULTS MEET
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults
will meet Wednesday evening, Oct
take place Nov. 28 at the view the new Lou Walters Parisian 26, in the Temple social hall.
B'nai B'rith Women
Will Honor Officials
, North Dade chapter, B'nai
B'rith women, held a membership
jtca on Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Blossom Herman, 830 NE
! 129th st.
Co-hotesscs were Jean Van Dam
and Shirley Gross. Mrs. Michael
Sokal. 740 NW 126th st., was in
'charge of reservations.
B'nai B'rith Women of Mami
met Tuesday at Beth David Audi-
torium. Prof. George K. Smart, the
University of Miami and vice pres-
dent of the United Nations chap-
ter of Dade County, spoke on "The
Function of the United Nations."
Workmen's Circle Party Site
Workmen's Circle, 25 Washing-
ton ave., will be the site of a Wom-
en's Club 692 card party Sunday
evening, Oct. 23. Mrs. Ida Spivack
is chairman.
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Zionists Launch Member Drive
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Annual membership drive of the
Zionist Organization of America In
this area will be launched Satur-
da and will last until Nov. 15, ;
J tiding in an announcement bmuIp
y Seymour B. I.irtifsajfjlresM-n"
f the Southeast H I the
ZOA, and a Arthur Pekelner,
chairman ol the South Florida co
ordinating hoard.
The drive will designate "Zion-
isl Month" and will be lam
simultaneously in all Zionist Dia
tricts in this area with a proclama
tion by Rabbi Irving Lehrman
president ol the Greater M
in
I
binical Association and spirit-
ual leader ol Temple Kni.inn I
Headquarters for the drive tor
new members in the -even -on
era gates comprising the Soul
r< spar inn %t been sel up
aAWMfttf. on 14th si an]
Washington ave. Miami Beach
states comprising the districts
are Florida, Georgia Mississippi,
Tennessee, Alabama and North
and South Carojinas,
GUbi.: Rappapori is acting i
utive director ol the Florida dis-
tricts.

Rabbi Rosenberg to Speak
At AJConyress Meeting
v .,. i h ipter of the American
Jewish Congress meet Wednesday
noon, 0 K mix'k ( inii r
Panel discussion on the accom-
plishments ol \ (Congress for ISM
1895 will be part < > t the business
meeting
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David < ongregation, will be
guest -peaker Rabbi Rosenberg,
formally ol Philadelphia was
chairman of the Commission ol
Jewish Living and also a member
oi the national administrative com
mittee of American Jewish Con-
Mis topic dl he "No Fears
No Tears "


iJ___
Richard S. Kaplan, District Commander, De-
partment of Indiana, American Legion, was
presented with a certificate of appreciation
by the North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. last
week when he spoke on "What Part the
Jewish Eliaible Veterans should 0lm*
American Legion.'' Shown are (leftI
Jerome G. Greene, president of tfa.il
Tobias Simon, president-elect; Kado3
Jack Wilson, treasurer.
Seymour B. Liebman, president
of the Southeast region of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, and Gilbert Rappaport,
Florida director of the ZOA
sta.iding watch Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. sign the proclama-
tion naming Oct. 14 to Nov. 15
"Zionist Month."
as
52 Association Card Party
Mis; Louise Bushing, catering
will be executive chair-
man ol a card party for the 52 \-
ol Greater Miami Tues-
day evening, Ocl ii">. in the Surf
m of the Itonev Plan hotel
Mrs Frank Steinberg is co-chair-
man. Hiss Rushing and Mr- Stein
luirad prises for the,
affair
The 52 Association holds the an-
nual card party to continue their |
work at the Veteran's Administra-
tion Hospital in Coral Gables
VOTE EOR A HI Si\ESSMA\
Your < CARMINE J. PIESCO
(Your Vote Appreciated)
Pull Lever 27A October 25th
ilM Pol .'....
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ROBERT
Towle Calls for
'Sound Business1
New plan- for a "sound business
administration" for the City of Mi-
ami, along with several other
il platform point-, were out-
lined this week hy Charlc I
Towle. candidate for Miami city
Commission, Croup 3.
Towle pointed out that many-
trained city workers leave Miami's
employ beeau-e Mlartaa are not
comparable with those they can ob-
tain in outside pursuits.
' This js not pood rni-ir.es-. for
the city it-elf is big business, and
m ist pay salaries which will keep
trained policemen, firemen and
other employees on the job," he
said.
"It is my plan to use by know!-'
edge of business to increase the!
cJty'a income, so that it will be
pos-ible to pay better salaries with-
out increasing taxes
Along this line Towle cited the
necessity for improved, income-
producing facilities for visiting
yachtsmen in the area
"Although Dinner Key Marina is
efficiently run and highly act
hie, it is insufficient for our needs,
and much revenue is lost to Ft.
i.auderdale and other areas with
large facilities," he explained.
"We have an ideal setup for a
Marina at city-owned
mediate action to
facilities there".
Watson "":' "' Hf inland sltattM
?Island, and I strongly advocate .... J^10" as a "*
YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED
fifcr...
RALPH F. MILES
1 our III All All Pall Lever 23A October 25th]
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YOUR CANDIDATE
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NATIVE Ml AM I AN
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To My Many Friends:
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High Tckes Stand
On Law Problems
A stand on law enforcement.
coupled wit I) "the need for vigor-
I ous new blood on the Miami citv
I commission." were points tressed
this week by James W H
dldate m (iroup 2.
High emphasized Mi.mu'a need
I for "progressive improvement in
j law enforcement, and the facilities
, for affecting good law cnTorce-
ment."
My seven yean' enerience an a
Federal officer with the U. S. De-
partment of Justice and my years
<.f univers.ty training in law en-
forcement equip me with the tech
nical knowledge of how to improve
Miami s law enforcement," High
asserted
The position of policeman in
n.s city should be an extremely
desirable one. not only through
upward adjustment of oav scale
hut by imorovement of department
morale.' he added.
Other dtj amp ,.fP(| im.
provement m their working con-
ditions, too, he. declared, and he
noted that "the eonrtaaj and srrv-
icej which is rendered to citizens
and visitors depends upon the good
morale of city employees.
" We need new blood on the Mi-
am. city commission." High said
to Ito new thought and actions
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pity Leaders Hopeful for United Vaad Hakashruth
,.^-r. Wednesday should assist in the establishment i dent of the imim ~
,, leaders Wednesday
V that a seven month
To iron out romp ex
Luting to the kashruth
W;l"%rea is expected
satisfactory result*
kashrutb committee of
Miami Jewish Feder;
should assist in the establishment
of the united Vaad.
Federation's Kashruth Commit
recommending"
a vexing
the group, commended
federation leaders and the special
reuerauuu a i\asnruin t ommit< I committep "fnr ki_ 1"rw"
tee recommended that Federation dlfiSi^Ie' LTZl^t
assist in organizing a committee respons.b.litv .,.,
to be selected by and from all o. this future step to solve
the interested parties "for the pur problem."
pose of organizing and Mtablish-I Federations role in the matter
ing a single and united Vaad for will require furl.ier evaluation on
ended that Federation, the Greater Miami Jewish commu- the part of its committee and will
rcommuni'v shoSd ^ M !* **. I largely by future
tSablishment of a| Speaking for the Rabbinical As- developments, accosting to Stan
immunity wide organ-1 sociation, Rabbi Lehrman. presi- ley < Myer. president.
Ll wil supervise ka.sh- I"
eater Miami. I
[mittw has Joined w"
Ciiations and group*
.vlta!'v interested in ad-
Lka Kcials revealed, and have
iliscussions and analy-l
(meetings held since last
hasi* ni mutual
Group* inclu le
ETthe Rabhini" N
Lth Jacob Vaad Hakaah-
Lr Butcher- Guild and
lami Vaad Hakashruth.
(o leaders In re Fed*
Jrticipation in the dis-
L-c apout as a result of
fhv the Rabbinical Asso-
IGreater Miami in March,
at a regular meeting
ciation on Mar 2. they
fnllowiru: resolution:
iihe Jewish community]
Miami ha- grown in
proportion- in the
|ear> and
i- the kashruth situation
at number of Jews in I
fcnd therefore the mer-
and supervision of
ducts becomes a com-
oblem and
i> the Greater Miami i
deration has attempted J
[ago to study and to solve i
ion a community level.
Beth Jacob Congregation
will honor
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
with o
Testimonial Installation Banquet
Sunday, February 19th, 1956
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
Call JE 16150 or JE 8-2205
DAV.'O WHITMAN, Chairman
im
irefore resolved to re-1 ^^-~
Greater Miami Jewish |
to once acain initiate ? ?
htfludy ol the entire \\ 1 OHrt4> kashruth In calling to- ?
s. merchants and other > >
Israel-bound is Sam J. Heiman (center), chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, who will visit the Middle East and the
new State ducted by the United'Jewish Appeal. Heiman will confer
with high government officials and join with the nation's top
philanthropists and business leaders to study social and eco-
nomic conditions in Israel and determine ways in which the
American community can aid in helping achieve economic
independence. At right is Stanley C. Myers, president of the
Greater Mtami Jewish Federation, seeing Heiman off. Looking
on is Carl Weinklo. honorary president of Federation.
I'i-
? ?
?
> ?
leader- in order to
lined kashruth organiz
ihall meet the needs ^
fce Jewi-h rein ious com-
I well a- the larda of
Judaisi
tjp.'n is cl in of the
hich in-
AJna Brenner Me>'-
K Shochet, Harry Sir-
kvui'i l.dirman and
fcir-.^rarh"'Ai'.' Ex offi-
'hi- committee in-
Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
director, and Max C.
ISdsting director.
iLerner. presioent of the
|b Vaad. said Wednesday:
representatives of the
bb Vaad Hakashruth .
buv to share our responti*
fth other groups in order
lerger of al! kashruth or-
ps shall be realized."
sly of opinion i- gradual*
|approached according to
reports submitted by
Pd other leader- in recent
'suit of the-e meetings,
f'ing speciiic decision!
reached:
[tpresentatives of the v.ir-
pim agree to work for the
'"n I to disband their opera-
peafter.
united Vaad to operate
lr, it || ifcessai> to have
*>'wide support.
deration, as the central
J-tive body of the Creater
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8. No 100 per cent assessment, but a pay as we qo plan, thus keeping
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Fridc
Services In Grearter Miami's Houses Of ty

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will, arc at_8:30. Rabbi Aric Becker will
bold Fridav evening services at officiate and preach OH the topic:
5:30. Late services are at 8:IS,("Predestination and Free Will.
when Rabbi B. Loon Hurwitz, Class in Tallinn I precede-, the sen
preaches on the topic: "The Vine- ice at 8. Class in Bible will be
yards We Plant." Maurice, son of | held at 5 p.m.. followed by Mincha
Mr. and M
become Ba
clay morning service* at 9.
ors]
riant. .'Maurice, son ui i m-m i > f"1 iwn"*" "....... ~
Urs. Harrv Fishman. will and Shales Seudos ll<>>t- art Ml
ar Mitzvah during Satin- and Mrs. O.-car Zwechkriibaum.
inu services at 9. .....,
* TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will' Friday evening services at 6. Sat-
hold Friday evening services at | urday morning services arc at 9.
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot and the Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offici-
congregation will welcome the 157
newest members of Temple Israel.
Subject of the sermon is: "The
Tower of Babel and the American
Legion." Saturday morning serv
ices are at 11. Steven, son of Mr
and Mrs. Richard H. Bindley, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
ter will bold Friday evening sen
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wit! will officiate and preach on
the topic: "The Olive Branch."
Cantor Edward Klein will render
the musical portions of the htnr
Saturday morning service- are
CANDLIUGHTING Tim
Heshvan 5 5:28 p.m.
MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
E LINCOLN ROAD
ih m jDrtfoMka
ate. with Cantor Philip Brawnier
rendering the musical portion- of
the litnr:\\ Stephen, son 01 Mr. (
and Mrs Albert Peiffer, will .be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Daily servces
will be in the chapel at 8 am and
;.t 8:30 Dcvera and David Perm-. ,; pm
twin daughter and son of Mr and
Mrs. Jacob Dernis, will become Bu
and Bar Mitzvah Choir will be un-
der the direction of Eli Samuels.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
ij.^g i on the topic. The Man \N ho Miss
ed the Boat." Cantor Lou
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services al
sundown. Saturday morning sen
ices are at 8 3(1 Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will officiate and preach
Garten-
haus will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ice- are at 1(1 a in in Yeshiva Hall
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN |
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 Rabbi Morris Skop will j
preach on the topic: "Learning
Things the Hard Way Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson will render the mus-
ical portions of the liturgy, with
Friday evening services at
Saturday morning services are at 9.
Harold, son of Mr and Mrs (ieorge
Malm, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbi I,eo Hcim will officiate and
chant the musical portions of the
liturgy Mincha is at 6 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Maariv.
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning service- at 5:45. Saturday
morning services are at 9 Sandy. ----- r---------- .........B,
son of Mr and Mr- Abraham Sha- the Center choir under the direc
piro. will become Bar Mitzvah Ran tion of Robert Strassburg. Satur
In 1-aac Ever will officiate and i day morning services are at 9:45.
preach on the Week!) Portion Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry,
Daily services are at 8 am. and Holtzman. 1911 SW 32nd ct.. will
5:49 p.m. become Bar Mitzvah.
a
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood WEST M,AMI JEWISH CENTER
will bold Fridaj evening services Wl" n"l(l Friday evening services
at 8:15. Rabbi David Shapiro will ''' 5:30. I.ate services are at 8:30
officiate Saturdaj morning serv- Pm Wl,n Rabbi Alfred VYaxman '
are at 9 Billy, son of Mr and officiating and preaching on the j
Mr- Michael Kahn. will become ,(,nic: "Pillars of the Congrega-|
Bar Mitzvah Rabbi will preach on ,ion" Mr and Mrs Ben Serkin and
GREATER
a a o v
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW IN*TITUT'62!
1
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION l< nalrl- RV< 0 the* | Rabbi 11
Alt
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER I Wth si. |vp. Rabbi
Mavei Abramowlti t'antur l-Mwnrel Klln
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 CbftM l.ll>cral Rabbi Laofl Rronlak
i 'antor SmiiimI Igfctami
TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1101 W.-mlilnalon nve. ConaefVatlva. Rabal Irvlna
Lehrman Qmator Philip Bnimmar.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.li'l Til Washington avr. OrtBOdox
Rabbi Tlbor si.rn Cantor Maurice MamrhM.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION I EucUd a\c orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
MpB i: k.i kovakjr.
HEBREW ACADEMY Orthodox. Rabbi Al ..,,,1.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATIONMl.'i Kuc-lid av. orthodox Rabbi
i. ,1,1, i; Caplan Cantor Abraham s-if.
TORAH TEMPLE 1-M Weal aV. American Jwliiiftnt. Rabhls Abraham
I
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTERT.'O Pi If HI l.lh-rnl. Rabbi
Vforrli Shop Cantor Irvlni Roblnsoa
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II Zatnofa < H.ilibl B.
Hurwlti Cantoi Rddolpti Hrill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION -111 NW :inl av. Orthodox Rabbi
k. i *
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH 6HOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD17i:. Monroe at Hollywood
arvatlvi Rabbi Bamutl U
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD 2OS0 Polk at ,.*> Woo\ Ponafrvu-
! \. Kiil'bl I'iivld Shapiro i'antor Yrhudah TTelnVruiiii.
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1801 f$outf\, Andrews av*.,
Ki Laude-rdala Reform Rabbi Mnrius Ran*'
H l A L t: AH- MIAMI. SPRtNGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-951 Kaat 4th avr. r,.-
\ i' i\
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL- 187 NK ISth st R.-'orm. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi BmerltuBi Cantor Jacob Borneteta.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDS CENTER 6i00 North Miami av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Haraon t*antor Albt-rt <;lnnta.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION lttel NW ITlli :.v.
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER00 NW 51st pi
Conservative. Rabbi Lee Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER11S30 Woat Pixie hwy. Conae-rvatlvr.
Rabbi Henry Ohollca. Cantor Maurice N< i
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATIONIStth at. and NR II th av*.
< 'on-i i \ ,il i\ K.it'l'i Isa.i l.'-i -r
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATIONIJK9 Coral Way. lonaervallve.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MM SW Srd ave. Conservative Rabbi
Yaakoi Roaanbars.
BETH EL CONGREGATION T.ftn SW 17lh ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Bhinaryahu T. Bwlraky. Cantor i.>uls (Jarienhaus.
ISRAELITE CENTER 1IHS s\V Htli ter. Conervatlvc. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Bamuel Balkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION1101 KW 12th av*.
Orthodox, Rabbi Blmon April Caatoc Barala Kelmer.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER -572o SW 17lh at. Cona*rvatlve
Alfred Waxman
I,;"'v serv'ces will
and(i:i Pm l!ibaia
* .
f,T0RAH TEMPI! ,,
^y morning aS
RahWs Abraham^ 9
will officiate.

NORTH DADE ja-J
t win hold Jjsfl
* a. 8:15. Ra?
'"". officiate 5"
ho op,c "Rellgi0Pa
Schools Cantor m^
render ,he mu,ca^
,h' l,,ur8y- Saturdav
Mrvfces are at 9 ?.m
Mr and Mrs H^l
; Henry Barenblan.}
196th m. w,|| becomeBj,?
*
MONTICELLO PARK
GATI0N will hold
services at 6 OnegSfc-
ilowsjholateseniceatjj
Rabbi Isaac Urerdwua
iious Personalities of Pet
and Mrs. Henrv PincuTI
161*1 tor., will be hosuj
of their son. Bernard.1
Bar Mitzvah during SaUi
ing sen-ices at 9. Junior,
will be at 10:30. Mincha i
p.m. Preceded by i
mud.
* v
BETH ISRAEL
TION will hold F
services at 5:30. Saturday!
services are at 9. Ratal
Rottman will officiate
on the Weekly Portioa-
Bible will be at 4:20 pi
is at 5:20 p.m., followed >]
Seudos. Daily services
7:30 am. and 5:30 pjn.
TENSE NEI
HI
call for
STRONGER Yet!
conclude the Saturday morning 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m., with Sun- j
day services scheduled for 8 a.m. i
the topic: "The
(antor Yehudah
render the musical portion! of the
liturgy Daily morning service- ate
at 9.

True Leader." Mr an Heilhraun will ,wo Weal Miami life members, will
be honored. Saturday morning
services are at 9. with Sabbath
school following at 9:30. Larry, son
f Mr. and Mrs Jacob Kanowitz.
will hecome Bar Mitzvah. Mincha
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services lv at 5 P m^
at 5:30 Saturday morning service-
are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will
preach on the topic: "Righteous-
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
Mamches will render the musical
portons of the liturgy. Clan in
Bible is at 4:30 p.m.. followed by
Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily-
services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
pm,
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
eSi '" tneArk"' Cantor Maurice 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
preach on the topic t'nited Na-
tions Unity Within Diversity."
Oneg Shabbat and floral offerings
will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben (Ireen and Mr. and Mrs
Archie Mendelson in honor of
their sons. Michael Mendelson and
I-cster Green, who become Bar
Friday evening services at 6. First Uttsvah during Saturday morning
late service of the season will be services at 9. Daily services will
held at 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malav- at "30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
sky will preach on the topic: "Pow-' .
er of Prayer." Cantor Samuel Sal-' KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
kow renders the musical portions GATION will hold Friday evening
of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Louis services at 5:15. Saturday morning
SSL V u6 S,S, at the 0neg i vteW are at 8 30 Rabbi Jonah
Miabbat in honor of the marriage i Caplan will officiate and preach
of their daughter. Renee Saturday on the topic: "Its No Use Cantor
morning services are at 8:30. Sub- Abraham Seif will render the mas-1
ject of the sermon is: "Flood of i ical portions of the liturgy Class u
Mrsunderstanding." Mincha is at scheduled at 4:30 p.m. with Mm
5:45 followed by Shalos Seudos. cha and Shalos Seudos following at
Daily services will be at 7:30 am 5 Ely (Lehman will be ho-
and 15 minutes before sundown. ; Maariv at 6 p.m. conclude- the
. Sabbath observance.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND ?
CONGREGATION will hold Friday TIFERETM itaEi ai-T..
evening services at 5:45. Saturday $,dE ceNT" -
morning services are at 8 30 ICSf- CENTER W1" "old Friday
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam ^"^"3^ &Z!* f"
Rice, will become Bar Mitzvah ,n urilson r-kk"^8 Lhe pray-
ers in unison. Rabbi Abraham Her-
servicc.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Rabbi Leon Kronish will
preach on the topic: "Is the UN
Our Ark of Safety?" Saturday
morning services are at 10:45. Can-
tor Samuel Kelemer will render
the musical portions of the lit-
urgy.

BETH EMETH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald
will officiate, assisted by the choir.
Subject of the sermon is scheduled
as: "Free WillThe Lord's Bless-
ing." Saturday morning services
will be at 9:30.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday morning services com-
mence at 9. Leonard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Finkelstein, 405
SW 22nd rd., will become Bar Mitz-
vah. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
preach on the Wekly Portion Min-
cha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services will be at
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will officiate and
preach on the Weekly Portion. At
4:30 p.m.. the Rabbi will discourse
on the subject: "GreatnessWhat
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: October
21, 1955
?Jeistinorl ufive Director's Community Consciousness Makes tor Progress at Hospital I!
Page 15 A
-fieri
said that the measure
, i, his ambition. This is
ff ue for Samuel Cert-
5iS Irector of Mt. Sma.
But Gertner's drive for
A. personal thtafstt
el)-relaf.1 t.. the large
institution which he
U u A
live* breathes and
,. Sinai Hospital 24 .'lours
book function' <>f a hospi-
director," he ex-
out the rules
jations of the hospital. But
cutive
ft to carry
flivc function is
more than
5, to organize the staff of
lul to achieve the most ef-
Client care, the best teach-
cian and nur>es and
of medical
executive does
striving toward
[phj uci
Bvancemeni
When an
ling-. '1P '
fcf excellence
Ipt's own vision is some 16
K,. received his AB de-
i the University of West
and did postgraduate
[flew York t'niversity and
In those days, there
hospital administration
^"and he contented himself
ulating his studies so that
aim at 'understanding
st job was with the City of
(rk. In the Department of
Gertner dealt mainly
jjblems of the aped. In that
I he was sent on loan for
of four years to the De-
,. of Hospital-, where he
I intensive survey of propri
kpitals. nursing homes and
the aged "I was mainly
in the then inadequate
," he says.
here was more than that
[talked geriatrics before it
pmmon term in the' social
| vocabulary During the
daministnition, New
Myor loaned him out a
enow to assist a pri-
niation in converting its
[to deal with juvenile de-
From there, it was a
i to his first real hospital
(year. Gertner was associ-
Manhattan's Seidenham
There.'' he explains, "I
prst experience m the field
integration and worked
of the city's top Negro
the following six years,
(filled the post of assistant
director at Beth Israel.
[1949. Miami called. Moses
had heard oi his work.
it into a huddle with
and William D. Sing-
is history.
*
arrived in Miami
ember 5. 1949. Mt. Sinai
lower Alton rd. closed,
finishing touches on its
site were being made.
ed for a 100-bed hos-
aspiration and awareness of the
other physicians with whom he
would work. What decided his be-
ing chosen was the fact that he
best fitted in with the good of the
i ^mmunity. Today, as a result, Mt
Sinai Hospital has a top cardio pul-
monary laboratory.
But the result of the choice is
even broader. The University of
Miami medical school now teaches
a postgraduate course in electro-
gardiography in conjunction with
| ed. Most important is that they will
be in fhe general community to
serve Miami's medical needs," says
Gertner.
As president of the South Flor-
What are the hospital's further t'da Hospital Council and director
visions? To extend its activity wth of Florida Blue Cross, Gertner fur-
the UM medical school. To assist thers his visions as a means of f ul-
tra .irea in becoming one of the
nation's top medical centers. In-
^hcl? iT,m.Ti,ocal need'-1 ^ the Na,ional Public Health
vihrani mu i La uyUng man- Health Service,
vibrant, filled with hope and am-
bition, a man close to the age-level,
creasingly to attract physicians,
technicians and patents from Cen
ter and South America. To add to!
Miami's technical study facilities.
In 1950, apart from self-training
and proprietary schools. Greater
Miami had no schools for x-ray or
lab technicians. Today, Mt. Sinai
this Mt. Sinai laboratory. Together nas ,w0 such schools and envisions
vith its annual seminar on Mod-, a third for internship in pharma-
ern I rends in Diagnosis. Mt. Sinai! cology. "We don't care if our stu-
is approved in the American Med-'
ical Association's "Postgraduate
Medical Education in the United
States" along with other such top
hospitals as Mt. Sinai in New York
and Beth Israel of Boston.
The ivory tower scentist, un-
aware of community needs, might
never have developed this labora-
tory setup.
*
GERTNER explains this more
simply: Does there exist a par
ticular community need for a par-
ticular type of hospital service?
This is what must be determined,
and then Mt. Sinai endeavors to
act ^accordingly. In order to avoid
being just 'a sick bay,' we are
trying to increase our teaching
programs, to add to our national
approvals."
Recently, a local health official
said he didn't "give a hoot" about
Miami Beach's being "a rich com-
munity." The dental condition of
Miami Beach's public school young-
sters, he reported, was atrocious.
The result was that Mt. Sinai is
Samuel Ctrtntr
... tilt community
pital," he muses about the past.
"One year later, there were 258
bed*."
This was a good start; it served
partially to fulfill the reasons for
his coming here the challenge
the area offered. "We have an en-
lightened board of directors. The
board told me if was interested in
more than a sick bay. Mt. Sinai
Hospital was to become a fine
teaching hospital under the aus-
pices of the Jewish community.
"When I left New York, hospital
administration was a monotony of now considering the creation of a
bureaucracy. There was no stimula-' dentaI c,inic "Sucn community
tion anywhere no drive toward j awareness is the key to Mt. Sinai's
progress. Mt. Sinai changed these cont>nuing progress." Gertner says,
things for me, just as things in hos-j "W,thout ll- we are not serving."
pital administration generally be-' As a symbol of active local par-
gan to change throughout the coun- ticipation, this and other clinics
try after that. i advance the cause of general
"I'm an idealist about my work," nea,th-
he says. "I have to be a friend to I The new 300-bed, six-story, $4,-
whoever is in the hospitala serv-' 000,000 hospital gping up adjacent
ant to whomever I can help." This j to the present Mt. Sinai site will
means, he explains, that both the be an extension of this progress. It
executive director and the hospi-!,.,:,. _.-._ ,._,
tal must be. above all. community-*"" pr0V'de aes,hetlc' moder con-
minded. And that is Mt. Sinai Hos-i vemences planned tor maximum
pital- a community-minded medi-1 hospital efficiency and community
cal institution interested in the I service. The old Mt. Sinai will be
areas homes for the aged, general used as a residence for nurses and
dents leave us once they are train- ~ *mmfm
filling the community's general
medical goods. With his board of
directors, his staff and advisors, he
watchesand works toward Mt.
Sinai's becoming one of the fin-
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Dr. and Mr. Sunutl Aronoviti are back in their
Flamingo dr. home following their trek to Europe. .
Millie and Sam left Miami Beach the first week
in August and sailed on the SS United States. .
Their tour included a leisurely search of the
beautiful Scandinavian countries. They returned
, on the French ship Flande. .
lown ll"' frt wcre Mi,,ie and Sam's children, Arlene
Id Kent, ol Miami. Especially happy to see his grandpar-
turn
wa> pc"
, intl,. Neil Lowell.
statistics: Lane Jeffrey was born "Saturday morningall
is even ounces of him-at Mt. S.nai. .
L| oarent- are Barbara and Saul Genet, of 2280 Pinetree dr.
i former vice president of Miami Beach Zionist District. .
Lmved With I He news were her Pren,s- Mr- "* **" Harry
f r'.si Hills I I who flew down here for the occasion. Add
delicht over Lane Jeffrey's arrival are the Harry Genets,
fccademj founders.
y, repor| the return of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
UUdelphia where he attended a meeting of the Interna-
j ons .
,,, (he City of Brotherly Love of course meant further
L New York Bui business prevailed there. Alex spent sei
imNew York ob riving construction of the latest type of
fc back to Mi they came for a meeting of the American
the Fontainebleaubut not to stay Fur-
I died the Kushners to a medical meeting m Cute,
JThc> n h-ime.
Skin: ii travelers, the Sam Blanks seem to be hitti
1! Beats ice left Miami Aug. 18 to attend the Opening
L ml .n Lakeland, where cocktails were the
kf the di
L York, and before anyone knew i, the Blanks
, to friends from Paris. A general tour of
[followed and the couple wound up in Home. .
pjtripti tinent without a stop-over In Israel was nol
|i Sam's lil ing So, they soon found themselves enjoying
its Tel Aviv and Jerusalem have to offer. .
Blanks art back !>ut Chicago's got them. Sam's attending
n.il wholesalers' convention there, while Bea is teeing what
(| the Wind) City offers, From there, they both will be ofi
ouis.
; in July, this column told his friends of the Miami visit of
Lu, Jr., of Mobilehe's owner of Reiss Bros, there .
|re then, sari news came to his sister, Mrs. Arthur Friedman,
ft >pvere Illness. .
rRita's happily telling friends that he's on the way to recov-
t' former head of Variety Hospital's woman's committee.
idren of Inei Krensky are off on vacation. So. while they're
hings at her lovely Delaware ave. home are a bit quieter
at Inei is happy about it. either. .
tilyn and husband Harry Smith, of 1795 Normandy dr.. final-
I for Mexico after delaying the trip several times because of
I heavy law practice. .
J daughter Judy left her Normandy Isle residence with hus-
lom Gerard to spend some time in the Krensky home town of
William Tendlers have become permanent Miami Beach-
hey usec{ to come down here for frequent vacations, and now
I make their home at 114 2nd ter., Rivo Alto Island. .
|ith them is their daughter. Ronnie. They have another dauRh-
im, who has just entered Skidmore College and will be home
holid;i\ -
ember school recess will mean something special to Dr. and
Kup?*r and Mrs. Leonore Kleiman. .
pnore'< son, Elliott, and the Kuppcr's son, Kenny, are both
freshmen at the University of Florida. .
ptwo boys recently left here for their first year at Gmines-
o'.h families have been friends since before their children
orn. md Elliott's and Kenny's birthdays fall on the same
Having also been born in the same year.
[there II be much burning of the midnight oil come Decem-
ItM Kupper and Kleiman home when the freshmen return
ff brief vai
nard ami Beverly Tobin gave a beautiful dinner party at
Pome. 7504 Hispanola ave., the other night. Leonard's a
[Bay Village constable, .
psmn was to honor a long time friend, who is the well-
1 director ol the famed Kennebunkport Playhouse in Maine. .
giving the fun guest's treatment from the gracious and dot-
fr Vs Robcr, C- Currier. .
Moesnt boast about it, but a while back Leonard spent many
fat the footlights under Currier's direction.
f HaPI>en Quickly Department: Larrie and Arlene Blas-
CVvLmfrried "> Miami Beach back in April. .
yne.v ve moved to New York, where Lerrie is attending pre-
i" wl'evue. The stint is for one year, and their families.
J Blasbergt and George Lights, both of Miami Beach, are
r'ri.0 ,im *'" pass quickly. .
., lends entering his father's business, Riverside-Beach
^apel, when he and Arlene return.
ErtVn"n,y ycars "f naPPy married life for Sylvia and Sidney
)r1^ .,r"m 'heir lovely Bay Heights homewhich is the
lago-th mai,y thousands of Miamians saw several
thai ... u'u honored guests at a dinner in the Fontame-
lBifhTJceLr chi,dren. Barbara and Jeffrey, students at
'NeiJt^ enandoah Junior High, respectively. .
ina'. Were m,rred Oct. U, 1935 in New York City and
**" together since they were 15.
itdliewisltUEIIioiriidljiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, October 21, 1955
Section B
Thirteenth bienniel convention of Women's American ORT opened Sunday at the Waldorf Astoria
hotel in New York City. Representing Greater Miami chapters are these delegates (left to right):
Mrs. Harry Tischler, Mrs. Samuel Pollack, Mrs. George Newman Stearn and Mrs. Irving Tillis. The
Mesdames Tischler, Steam and Tillis are vice presidents of the Greater Miami chapter. Mrs. Pol-
lak is president of the Miami Beach afternoon chapter. Mrs. Norman Rothstein, president of the
Coral Gables chapter (not ehown), also joined this foursome at the New York convention. ORT
maintains 200 tuition-free vocational training installations in 19 countries on five continents.
Women's Army Leader to Visit Here
Lieutenant Colonel Dina Werth.
Commander of the training pro-
gram of "Chen," the Women's
Army in Israel, and a key figure
in Israel's security program, will
arrive in Miami Beach on Thurs-
day. Oct. 27. for a series of meet-
ings in behalf of the State of Israel
Bond campaign.
Members of the sponsors' ad
visory committee of the Women's
Division of Israel Bonds met Tues-
day morning at the home of Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. 2024 North Bay rd..
to finalize plans for Col. Werth's
visit.
Other social functions planned
by women here will afford Col.
Werth the opportunity of telling
this area about the splendid way
in which Israel Bonds are being
put to use in the economic and in-
dustrial upbuilding of the Jewish
State.
A sponsors' tea tor Col. Werth
will be held at the home of lirs.
Isadore Hecht, 4213 Nautilus dr..
on Oct. 27. The tea will be open
Lt Col Werth. on an inspection tour, tastes some soup in a
Chen Army kitchen somewhere in IsraeL
to all Sponsors of Israel for 1955,
those women who have purchased
at least $1,000 in Israel Bonds dur-
ing the current year.
On Sunday, Oct. 30. Mrs. Harry
Koretzky will be hostess to Col.
Werth and to the "Chen" workers
of Greater Miami at her home,
6145 LaGorce dr., at a 10:30 a.m.
brunch. Those women who buy a
bond between Sept. 15 and Oct.
30. and those who sell $300 or more
in Israel Bonds during those dates,
will be guests at the brunch.
Plans lor the whirlwind visit of
Col. Werth were launched last
week at a Women's Division meet-
ing at the Algiers hotel, at which
Mrs. Lillian Crahm, new director,
wa i iMiiociuccd.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, former chair-
man of the bond drive and presi-
dent of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Aux-
iliary, presented a report on the
recent national mobilization con-
ference in Washington.
Miss Lillian Goodman, vice pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah, presided and also
reported on the conclave.
As one of the top-ranking offi-
cers of "Chen," Col. Werth is
charged with the responsibility of
training all new members of the
Women's Army. Because the re-
cruits come from many differing
backgrounds, Col. Werth must edu-
cate them in democratic citizen-
ship, as well as in the basic duties
of a soldier.
Col. Werth, who has made Pal-
estine her home since she was a
young child, has been a dis-
tinguished leader in Jewish life
there for twenty years. She emerg-
ed as a national figure by virtue
of her heroic and dedicated efforts
during World War II and in the
Continued on Pege 5 B


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Almond Chick-Up
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smooth sour cream and garnished
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cup mds
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in- and next :j ifi-
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SPICEU QUINCE
ids quince
ads sugar
Ok. sliced thin
I sticks of cinnamon
on ground ginger
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[boil, covered, then uncover
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xi cup lukewarm milk
>4 teaspoon sugar
2 cups all-purpose flour, sifted |
4 eggs
Vi teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
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soft dough is formed then beat
with a heavy spoon, pulling up the
dough and beating in down again,
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^Ji^istfkrktian
Hadassah Launches
Book Review Series
Greater Miami chapter of Radaa
had will launch ii seventh annual
ill >s di current honk rei lew al
Nov R .it the Fountainebleau ho-
ld
The opening \\ill ho in the form
ii a desert coffee a! noon in the
rand half room of (ho hotol.
Mr.-. 1 If. Weinstein will again
o as reviewer for the aerie:
These reviews arc presented in
dramatic condensatona of publica-
tions chosen for entertainment
value and for social significance
.ind educational qualities.
Both fiction and non fiction are
included In the series planned by
coordinator Mrs Donald Murray,
who serves for iho second
in this capacity
In charge ol subscriptions for
the series air Mrs Harry I Ma-
-id. ticket chairman, and Mrs Mur-
ray
Proceed- from tin- project
ior the child vocational pi'
m Israel
Children's Home
Is Dedicated
Dedicati m i i the B'nai B*i ith
Children's Home in Israel, en
i hi' B'nai B'rith Women of
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Elementary School.
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Two North A ach Elementary
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1> Williams was toast-mistreat Entertainment was provided by Vera
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Liy pleased (left) at the results of the
I Bonds' women's division luncheon at
Liers hotel are (left to right) Miss LU-
Kodman, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Sid-
bazier. Miss Goodman, vice president
[Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah,
Bed, and Mrs. Glasser, former Israel
I chairman, reported on the recent na-
, mobilization conference for Bonds in
Lqton. Glazier, city manager of the
lopment Corporation for Israel, also
i at the session, attended by 100 work-
Ladies Will See Narrated Film
Mi mbership "bruncheoa" of the Miami Chapter of Deborah tal where "none may enter .
Sanatorium and Hospital is ched-jcan pay and those who entei
toi Wednesday, Oct. 26, at'not pay."
the Algiers hotel, according to its The paid-up membership brunch,
'lent. Mr. Bobbe I.<-vy. set for 11:30 in the moi
Hara Falk, superintendent "l '
the. institution M Browns Mills ""' ;,n,i Mrs- *ba Singer, ol
N.I.. will address the local group '"'" Beach Approximately 200
.,.,,i _. r, women are expected u> attend the
and arrate a fJlm demonstration of tunction m ,,,'. Srl, heraMde room
the work done in tuberculosis, can- -.1 the Algiers.
ers. Talking over plans (right) for the forth-
coming visit to Greater Miami of Lt. Col.
Dina Werth, training commander of the Is-
raeli women's army, are (left to right) Mrs.
Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Lillian Grahm and Mrs.
Frances Rubin. Mrs. Bernstein is chairman
of the collections committee for Bonds at
the North Shore Jewish Center. Mrs. Grahm
is the new director of the women's division.
Mrs. Rubin is a Trustee of Israel, having pur-
chased SI0.000 in Israel Bonds for the sec-
ond straight year.
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Ltinued from Page 1 B
mediately before and after
[war ol Independence).
Led at rlerxliah Oymna-
TTel Avh and at the Sor-
Iwhere she studied medi-
ae married Dr. Rudolph
ind in 1936 returned to
I with him There -he be-
[nur>e il rah Hospital
K'altey i I
I the Ari i their at-
i the Jewish settlements in
le. she joinc! the Haganah,
las a nurse With the <>ut-
|World War 11. the Wcrths
enlisted in the British Army. Dr. I
Werth as a Major in the medical
corps, his wife as a private in the
women's army. After service in |
Egypt, Dina Werth returned to I
Palestine with the highest non-'
commissioned rank in the British
Army Regimental Sergeant-
Major.
After the war, she pioneered [n
the immigration of North African
Jews, then still considered "il-
legal." Jntt' a> the Israel War of;
Independence approached. Dil
Werth WAS sent to Scandinavia,
where she encouraged volunteers
| to join the Haganah. From there
she also sent funds, ambulances
and equipment for a 100-bed hos-
pital to Israel.
At the end of 1948. she returned
to Israel and joined the Army as
a Major. For the next two years
she wad director of the Middle
--ection of the Jewish Asen-
Cjr's Absorption Department, work
Ing seven days a week to help the
hundreds of thousands of newom
ers.
Later she visited South America
on a year's mission. When she
came hack to Isnn-1. she was pro-
moted to the rank of Lieuttnant-
Colonel.
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Hadassah Chapters to Send Delegates io Convention
*r Miami chapter of Hadassah will send 13
Is to the 41st annual convention of Hadassah
|Morrison hotel in Chicago Oct. 30 through
I delegate-, headed by Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell.
and ive Belle Isle, Miami Beach, will leave
fcago on Oct. 29.
Greater Miami contingent to the national
[ion will include Mrs. Sam Taran, 6520 Allison
ni Beach, Mrs Sidney Ross, 4205 North Mer-
frt.. Miami Beach; Mrs. Morris Honigbaum.
ist 40th st, Miami Beach.
Don Stuart. 161 N.E. 162d st, North Miami;
[tons Rubin. 2353 SW 5th st Miami; Mrs. Mark
d, 3335 sw 23rd ter.. Miami; Mrs. Edward
221 NE 104th st., Miami Shores.
Mrs. Daniel Sternfield, 235 76th st.. Miami
Beach; Mrs. Seymour Schulner. 6560 I^onardo. Coral
Gables; Mrs. Sam Frankel. 1520 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach; Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. 1509 NE 12th pi., San
Marco Island. Miami; Mrs. Gerald Soltz. 1133 SW
4th ave., Miami.
Convention arrangements chairman is Mrs.
Homer Rievman.
Among those who will address the convention
are Abba Ehan, Israel Ambassador to the I'nited
States; Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt; Bruce McDanicl, for-
mer director of U.S. operations in Israel; Dr. Buell
Gallagher, president of City College in New York
City; Herman Wouk, American Author; Dr. Kalman
J. Mann, director general of the Hadassah Medical
Organization in Israel.
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n at the Biltmore Ter-
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brins*a-membcr" tea will be giv-
en by Mrs. Sam Sklar.
Other Sisterhood members are
hard at work planning for the en-
suing days. A Sunday evening so-
cial card party, to be held Oct.
23, 8:00 p.m., in the social hall
of the North Shore Center, is an-
other affair, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Frank Briskman.
The Algers hotel will be the
scene of a luncheon sponsored by
Mrs. Jack Klinger in honor of
members who have attended 20
consecutive donor games, on
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
The regular Sisterhood meet-
ing will be held at the Center on
Tuesday evening. Oct. 25. Pro-
gram following the business
meeting will pertain to United
Nations Month.
The Sisterhood of the North
Shore Jewish Center is one pf
the large and rapidly growing
Sisterhoods in the Southeast re-
gion of the National Women's
League of the United Synagogues
of America. Sisterhood's finan-
cial aid has helped the religious
school of the Center one of the
most active in the area. Mrs Fred
Jonas is president.
North Dade Adult Group
Will Meet Sunday Evening
Adult Group of North Dade Jew
ish Center will meet Sunday eve-
ning in the community hall of the
Center.
Symposium on Jewish history
will feature Rabbi Tibor Stern, of
Beth Jacob Congregation, and Rab-
bi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Zamora
Jewish Center.
Rabbi Henry Okolica. North
Dade spiritual leader, will act as
moderator.
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Sn the IQealm of Society tytim/faet, ^^ sjj
Delicate Seed Pearls Highlight: Patricia Olsen s Gown
Delicate tract ol pink
peai i Ihe
natic effe< I ol Patricia Heleene
i >| en's -':.> peau da
soie which sh I for her Sun-
day aften I to Ken-
neth D.i\ id Rosei and
ikline,
Sherman, all id Don E.
Mich, brother In-
j the bi Ida The bridegroom1!
was hi- brother m-law.
i: ft e Chestnut Hill,
Music tor the ci rernonj and the
nmediatelj after, in
he 11< ui proi Id
the ed by Irving Pietra< k and :
with the music box guest
Hotel Fount) I
Rabbi Morris \ Skop, of the
Coral l la ili Ji wii h Center, offi-
ny
Suit French iUusioo veiling
forming swa |
was designed to the h
nt i luste I pearls and tiny
sequins. Her veil fell to the back
and met the hem ui a chapel length
train which accented her princess
line gown oi imported silk Peau de
Self
The bride, daughter of Mrs
Gene <; Olsen, 23 s\\ 21st ave
book.
Greeting the icsi .it the re i p "1
turn, the bride's mother was attir
ed ii .i frock oi wh sprint
lace ov< r .i powder blu; silk
fei.i. fashioned with a long man-
derin tunic over a softl) iiarcd;
skirl Mi R sen's i h lice for her,'
son's wedding was .i pink point i
Venetian lace cocktail dress which
iii ,i basque top and bouffant
skirl
Mrs Don E Kory m i red ,i- ma
With the country so recently concern- *.
howers illness, timely program over WTVi aN)u'
Ihe Story" Interviewed were Mt Sinai', it^
the hospital's cardiovascular division ami n\u Vk,0r Hi
Ing the questions, as usual, were Hill Rn. ,* **" EicW 1
More New- on the Medical Front 'o'r m?'^
er al Mt Skoal stafl meeting i,., v, 'th,,l,M-sIm]
"at ion of Viral Laboratory Dr < *.. He *|
the University oi Miami. w " NEW ARRIVALS MAKE PARENTS HA'PI
[fa .: bab] boy for Bea and Bert Bernstein nf id
t h Miami fieaeh Police Department \, w -,'r ... "i"1" ,
ed in at seven pounds, five ounees in St pnn. ,, J*k*
Ignalled it just right: he made his .pptiSn^aJPa
of his brother. Jeff. C "n lhe a|
Mak.n;: things bright for her new parents i.......
born a. Ml Sinai Oct 8 Her folks are Selms L'J ''""M
of 435 Fairway dr. arul Fr^i*l
------ -" MI" I '*' I I nui M H'll i- II m-
walked to thi i mi pied altar with ,,,, h(,nor for Der M,,,.r from
Mrs. Kenneth 0. Rosen
her uncle, Morris Goldman. Hei
flowers were a cascade arrange
ment ol white orchids, tuberoses
and philonophi tied with satin
streamers
Satin ribbons linked the candle
labra flanking the pink eoi
aislewa) Pamilj mu- were mark
ed with the individual lighted tap
era, (lowers ami bow -
Seating the kih^i- were Albert
Hernandez, Henry Weiss, Alvin
Sandra Kollcr Becomes Mrs. Erwin
Lane in Evening Rites at Pontaincbleau
Sandra Roller changed her name
t i Mrs. F.rwm Lane In 6:30 p m.
ceremonies Sunday, Oct, in in
the Rosewood in.,in of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel
The bride i- the daughtl r nf the
David Rollers 5710 Maggiore,
Coral Gables The groom's parents
ire Mr and Mr- Max Lefkowitz,
New ^'ork (it\
Rabbi Morn- Skop, Coral Gables
Jewish Center spiritual leader, of-
liciated. Matron nt honor was the
groom's sister, Mrs Alii i
Mr- Sheldon Schlesin I I i
Sandra Renee Reyn were brides-
maids Junior bridesmaids includ-
ed Miss .hidith Roller, Sandra's
lister.
Best man was Jerrold Knee, and
' hers were Norman
th.' bride's cousin, Dr Myn
Magin.
Newlywed Mr- Lane gi
from Miami Beach High s.
Jnd the Univei It) ol Miami She
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
eorprity and president ol Panhel-
Jenic Council
Mr Lane graduated from Hor-
ace Mann and attended Muhlcn-
berg College and the Univer ity ol
Miami law school. At pre
ii in the service station,.,| in Wash
tegton, D.C., where be and his end Mrs Barnard Cohen and Mr
go to Uve after a hon- and Mrs Sol Brownstein, Key
Marysville other attendants were
Elliot it Rose, slater of the
bridegroom, Chestnut Hill: Mrs
Samuel Smason, cousin of the
bride, Huntington, W.Vi. and Miss
Darlenc Starr. Miami Heaeh.
Their gowns of pink and silver
brocade were styled with simple
Drincess line- meeting an empire
bodice. Matching brocade scal-
loped fans edged in lace, carried
bj eaeh attendant, were overlaid
with a crescent bouquet of pink
sweetheart rose-
Flower girl. Nancy Jan !.c--.er.
was dressed In pale pink nylon ac-
cented by touches of white
Among OUt-of-town relatives at-
tending the wedding were Mrs.
George E. Olaen, aunt of the bride.
Palm Spring-. Calif : Mr and Mrs.
Mom- Goldman, St. Louis; Mr
and Ura Samuel Samaon, Hunting-
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bel on,
Allston. Mas-. ; Mr. aruj Mrs Sam-
uel H..rn-tein. Chestnut Hill; and
Mrs. Louis (lol. I man and sons Mar-
VACATtOMS ON THE EUROPEAN AND NORTHERN r0*7i
On the Italian Riviera. Cy and Ruth Gottfried writ. I
herita. Italy, that they are enjoying the beautiful wustT
cold days" in Paris Cy and Ruth will visit Su,tzerian7^
Cannes. France, before returning to Miami Beach '
Mr. *nd Mrs. Joseph I. Schwarti, oi 7!75 Hawthw
last week for New York and a dinner partv thrre mST
Sol Martin ... The party was Sunday at the Suburban Club
recently Bar Mitzvah at North Shore tcr
Mr. and Mr. Joseph M Pinto, of the fir firm, have rets
a Northern vacation during which the) w-ited cousins m R
Their trip was combined with bu-m.-s what with buviui
York. New England and Canada Raleigh hotel's Mr. nd|
Arkis are vacationing at Hotel Monte Cassino in Mexico iv,
TRIP TO END ALL TRIPS
Their home at 1054 Jefferson ave was a welcome sight ti
Mrs, Morris Goluskin after travelling to New York, where tl
the rounds of Gotham's top theaters ami i isited with inends
especially happy to be back to enjoy their new grandson Dt
to Mr. and Mrs. Eli Brooor.
Mrt. Otto Fonias has recovered from her recent illne-sandl
at work with 'Florence Designs." Business associate is Mn. I
CapUnd THEY REALLY MEAN IT DEPARTMENT The D.I
Soltzers and Mrs, Roto Fiold, all of 834 84th st. left Monday:
year stay in Europe.
Mrs, Fiold and Mrs. Seltzer, who an sisters, plan to stadf]
ages, art and psychology, while Mr. Stlttar cumpletes work for I
tor of laws degree He's author of several legal texts, incln"
cyclopedia of New Jersey Law."
WITH THE CELEBRITIES
ABOUT ANNIVERSARIES
Mrs. Erwin lane
eymoon trip to White Sulphur
Springs and West Virginia.
W<
Pvt.
and Mrs Sheldon Sehll it
A reception and dinner followed *. Atlanta, Ga Norman Somaeh
me ceremony. Among out-of-town AJJentown, Pa.; Mrs .1 Pinklestein
Dr. and Mrs. .Mvn.n Magen. Dallas,
shall. Ilarld and Louis Jr.. and
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Borns, Day- According to Mrs. Simon Rubin, of Pine Tree dr rir.hr]
tona Beach; and Mrs. I; ( Kory,' door neighbors, the Jock Carnors, are having a lovely tour iI
Little Rock. Ark. Note from the Carnors tells all Staying at the same si
Patricia Helene is a graduate of them in Cannes were former King Farouk. Aly Kahnaai!
Miami Senior High School and the M'ichum.
University of Michigan at Ann Ar-j The Carnors are traveling with their son and daughter!
bor, where she received a Bachel-' Stephen Carnors, of Larchmont. NY Thej made the tnpl
or's degree in fine arts. The former, Celebrating their wedding anniversarj are Dr. ndMrs.B
model hav recently started her Loar, WOO marked the occasion with a dinnei it their home.,"1
own novelty manufacturing corn-
pans she i- also a registered real
estate saleswoman with the office
of Gene <; Olsen.
A graduate ol Brookline High
School. Mr. Rosen received his
rd. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Leir, Dr.I
Harold Molnick and Mr. and Mrs. George Lubow.
HISTORY REPEATS IJSElf
A boy prodigy sang some 25 year- ago on ihe hanks of tbsJ
Bachelor oi Science degree in bsU ,n Czechoslovakia. Moyer Josowits, who no lives in suss|
administration from Boston heard the youngster's voice and never In Mt it
University, where he was a mem-
ber of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Mr Rosen is president of the
Greater Miami Realty Co.
The couple nut last year at Beth
-nil
read the
Meyer went to Temple Emanu-EI to hear his
the Law on the day before his mam
Cantor Philip Brummor was rendering the musical porU"J
liturgy, and his voice struck a chord in Meyer's memory... to
voice of the youngster he heard on the bank- of the Danuber
David Synagogue.Alter a two week ; of a century ago So, several weeks later, when Meyer ass I
,n,e,u""," "\0y Wi" be al home i adopted a son. Mark Stephenage one week they asked Caasl
at 1628 8V. 6th st Miami I mor to be "Sand.k "
Installation of Officers Will Hihgiight Auxiliary's Pr
( harl
es
Lefkowitz,
Tex;_IIr. and Mrs. Barney Magen! NV: ;",', r an(| Mr
Neu Vork and
Brooklyn, NY.; Mr. and Mrs Allen Brown,
Tonoroff, Shaker Heights, O ; Mr Beaeh.
Bronx.
Harold
Births in Greater Miami
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Mai
com FurmanOct. 6.
Son born t,> Mr and Mrs. Ber-
nard WedcrOct. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Lon-
nie Ma.shaekOct. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
PardoOct. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick LevyOct. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman LevineOct. 8.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
BraynonOct. 9.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon ArthurOct. 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
ParisOct. 10.
Son born to Mr. *r,i Mr- Stanley
Somnier- Oct. 10.
'lighter born to Mr and Mr-
Kibott Rosen Oct. 10.
Son born to Mr. and M,- Lc0
Ahrams Oct 11.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Stan-
ley l'ortmanOet. 11.
Daughter born to Dr and Mrs
Albert ReinherzOct. 12.
Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs
Eugene KiererOct. 12.
Sisterhood Luncheon
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
a "sad sack" luncheon and card
party on Wednesday noon, Oct. 26
at Beth David auditorium. Mrs
Homer Rievman is chairman.
Greater Miami Women- Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold it- first general meetinij
of the new pear on Tuesday noon,
Miami ()<'1 ?> In It" Rubeiyat room of Al-
tiers hotel.
I Rabbi Irving Lehman, spiritual
, leader of Temple Kmanu El. will
"staii AuxiUarj board members
and the following ofn,
President Mrs Sol S.horman;
honorary president Mrs Benia-
" Appal; vice presidents Mes-
dwnes David Phillip., Herman Ja-
'"';' JCk Udell, Louis Mak.,vskv
and Trudy Hametachlag; honorarv
ricewPredenU Meodames Ba,o
de Mr-,!, V,Nr ^^ ^^
Max Greenberg; financial secro-
iar>Mrs. Frances Entitle.
Rerordiu:------rtSR iipn
jam.n Hatamerman; comSandtol
secretary^Mrs Nat E Katz men,
Tant'L "****-" Manue,
Tanenbaum: reasurer_Mrs. Mor-
- Krieger; Editor -Mrs Nathan
Peika; trustee, -Mesd.mes Is.dor
Cohen .founder u ,he home). Mor-
ri- Dubler. Helen 5parber and An.
na Kaplan; parlUnentaran Mrs
Moses Krieger.
Mrs. Harold Wynn, colortura so
prano. who recently appeared as
guest artist at the Bayfront Park
Band Shell in Miami, will enter-
tain with a group of her own songs
dedicated to women of the Auxil
iary. She will be accompanied on
the piano by Hy Fried. Mrs. Louis
Makovaky is program chairman.
The accomplishments of the
past year and the goalsfor the com-
year to meet th?
welfare of the resided
the Aged mil*
Home for
UK.
Auxiliary president
verman.
Special citatiea t
the Auxiliary williMV
Abe Kurman,
"Ts Jack Weil nim
arrangements.
Left to right ore Mn. Jack Udell, vice president^
arrangomenta; Mra. Sol Silverman. Auxllcn}[1-JafflC0fl
Mra. Louia Makovaky, vice preaident and PW*^,
of the Jewiah Home for the Aged Auxiliary wsiaiw
uled at the Algiers hotel Tuesday noon.


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Page 7B
Women Appointed Confab Chairmen
Appointments of* key chairmen
lor the Federation Women's Divi-
sion second annual educational
conference were announced Wcd-
iy by Mrs. Bernard R. Stev-
hairman.
The COUDty-wide, ;ii! day insti-
tute will be held Nov. 3(! and will
be open to representatives and offi-
cers <>t ali women- organizations
in the area.
ail Weinkle, active for
years in the F<
Won.. ision and with I
erous local and national health
of the year-round Women's Divi-
sion, has announced that new old
cers of the division will be install-
ed at the conference on Nov. 30.
Bench Junior Hadassah
To Mark UN Week
Oct. 30 meeting of Miami Beach
Junior Hadassah will be held at
the Temple Emanu-El religious
school to commemorate United V
tioni week.
i ,-i speaker will be Mrs. L. M
.\: dinule
L Miriam Hushall
Miss Pai'fa S;'.tto.i
a rdi.....
Mil* Jvdith Alarjolis
1
His parents are the Angel.. Zac |i,/|j||i\ Kno-ioVinoi.t
cos, 316 NW 103rd UUIUl S I lllfUlK 111
Miss Goodman graduated from, l()!(| |)V | |(.T I'ai'C'llIs
,.
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Miami, when
she met her fiance.
He attended Emory University,
as well as the University of Mi-
ami.
At present, Mr. Zacco is in the
Air Force, stationed in New Mex-
ico. When he is discharged, he'll
finish studying medicine at the
university here.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar
golis, 1672 Daytona rd Miami
Beach, and formerly of BrooklineJ
Mass., announce the en ;agement of
their daughter, Judith Phyllis, to
Alvin Landy Hoffman.
He is the son of Mrs. Rue Hull
man. Hyattsville. M.I.. and the lute t pa,gns and ,s a board member of
Bid IN chairman for th<
and welfare institutions, has been*Greater Miami chapter of Hadas-
nted h istei chairman I h -ah.
,,!" l't,u i Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
Named program chairman Is hat been invited to attend the pro-
Mi Samuel Z. Sakrais. known for gram as announced by Miss Braiuh
her achievement in Hadassah and (iolin. program chairman, and Mrs
"iir leading service organiza- Baraett Beckerman, senior advisor.
tions. ____________________
Co-chairmen of attendance will
be Mrs. Murray A. Shaw and Mrs.
Samuel Marks, both prominent in I
local Jewish affairs.
Mrs. Arthur Burrell has been
named chairman of luncheon ar-
rangements. She has served with
the Women's Division in many
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
flamingo Chapter Brack
Flamingo chapter of the Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital
sponsored a brunch at Melvin Co-
hen Hall Monday morning. Chair-
man was Mrs. Sheldon Kay.
Arnold Hoffman.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Brimmer & May School. Bos-
several local and national women's
groups.
Mrs. Nathaniel J. Levin will di-
Merla Goodman
Goodman Will
ie Her Name
m Weeks
weeks, Roberta Miller
l will be Mrs John Arthur
ideolect's parents, Mr.
Hy Goodman, 7963 Haw-
ve. Miami Reach, are
bl her forthcoming wed-
Miriam Hushall and
Jay Schwartzman
Betrothal Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rushell. 1334
Washington ave., Miami Beach.
announced at a party held in their
home Oct. 9 the engagement of
their daughter, Miriam Sylvia, to
Jay Schwarzman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Schwarzman, 1223 SW
11th ave., Miami.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
Mr. Schwarzman is a graduate of
Miami Senior Hgh School and at-
tended Georgia Military Academy.
He received his BS degree in recre-
ation at Florida State University,
where he was manager of Gymnas-
tics & Gymkana for four years.
ton. Mass., and attended the Uni- rcct the ovcr.an program as chair-
versity of Miami.
Mr. Hoffman attended the Uni-
versity of Maryland and served
with the U.S. Navy.
The couple are planning an early
January wedding.
man of Education Day.
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+Jenist flcridlibri
Frid
Leonard W3!
Recsd The Mussef
d Finkelstein, son ni Mr
Finkelstein, 405
sw 22nd rd Miami will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Ocl !' the Hebrew I
Rabbi Alexander S Of* will offl
elate
The Bar Mittvah will conduct
the Mii--.ii sen let and will road
the complete Sabbath Pwrtkn from
the Scmii.
Following* the Service-. Kidduah
will be held ill the Academy m
honor ol the Bar Mit/vah.
Leonard is an eighth grade stu
dent at the Academy. He is an ac-
complished violinist, having parti
Beth David religious school for
the past live .years.
Michael i* in the eighth
at Ponce da Leon Junior High
I and attended Both
lOUl Mhool for two
is a member ol Boy scout Troup
89
The Mendelsoru win be ho
the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat
it Kidduah following Saturday
morning services in honor of
Michael
Among out-of-town guests win
be his uncles. Julius and I.eo Men
delson, and a cousin. Arlene Men
delson, of Cleveland. O.
Aril
Steven Feifler. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Feiffer. 560 South
Shore dr., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on
Saturday, Oct. 22. Rabb* Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Steven
is an eighth grade student at
Nautilus Junior High School
end attends Temple Emanu-El
c'aily religious school.
n.i'Ktt-ti
Laurence Barenoiuu, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Barenblatt. 221
NW 192nd St., will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 22,
t North Dade Jewish Center.
Rabbi Henry Okolica will offi-
ciate. Laurence attends North
Miami Junior High School. Op-
en house reception will follow
the ceremony.
Dernis Twins
Bar: Bos Mitzvah
Dei : Da\ id Dernis, twin
I Mr and Mrs
86th st
h, will become I
nd s.itur-
' Oct. 21 an I 22, at
\ rth Shore Jewish Center
: lates ol
lewish i enter He
i ttend tl
1 h ol the Bureau ol Jew ish
n Hebrew High School
ire ni the eighth
Nautilus Junior Hi) h
V ii will Iw held in their
Saturday night at the Cen-
sorial hall Among out ol town
- attending will be their ma-
ternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs
Morris Grodsky; uncle and aunt
Mr .ind Mrs Morris Goldberg of
burgh. Pa and Mr and Mrs
Isaac DeKoven, Fred Weiss and
Dr and Mrs ,\lvm Stern, of Chi-
lli.
Two Will be Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David
Two Bar Mitnahs will mark
Saturday morning sorviaes. Oct 22.
at Both David Synagogue.
The) are Lester, eon of Mr. and
Mrs Reuben Green, and Michael,
son ni Mr and
Mr-<. Archie
Mendelson
Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will
o ffiii.itc with
the choir under
the direction of
Miriam Donncr-
itag
i iter is n
eighth i:r; de stu-
dent .it Shenan-
doah Junior High
School and has
m
X-
attending
Michael Rice Will Become
Bar Mitzvah in Miami
Michael Rice, ton ot Mr and
Mrs Samuel Rice. 2141 SW Uth
tor. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Oct. 22, at Miami He
I row School and Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shen
andoah Junior High School, is
treasurer of the Film Club and
treasurer of Boy Scout Troop 888
.-ponsored by Miami Hebrew
School.
Michael will address the Congre-
gational Rabbi Simon April uil
officiate.
Grandparents Attend
Larry's Bv Mitzvah
Larry, son of Mr and Mrs Ar
thur (Jolden, 6131 SW 16th tor.
was Bar Mitzvah at the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center during the Sab
bath morning services Oct. 15. Rab-
bi Waxman offi- <
ciated.
Larry is a stu-
dent of the West
Miami Hebrew1
school and at-
tends eighth
grade at West
Miami Junior J'i
High School. He'*/
is a member of-W
the West Miami?'
Jewish Co n t or
Scout Troop 328.
holding positions of
Librarian.
His grandparents. Mr and
Samuel Kurfcost. visited
Pittsburgh for the occasion.
WasTifereJ|l!
,srel Founder
rsstssr
Ab"ham HenoB ^*
"ill officiate a
Owenisth, J
Canter andl
S* Albert!
'lantz, 730 NfI
62"< st. An
<"'ghth grade stu-l
E at Miami|
wuon Junior!
'Rh School, he)
H a member of*
the slee club
there.
eth Israel. He wa, oneTil
nal founders of the e^
'Ideal Man' Dance Dm
Clara Hirsch Landau *
Bnai B-rith Women ^J
ideal man" dance on S
ft M:",hn Rouge room",
Lido hotel. Skit will be i
I) Balk) Pesao and do
Marlene Rosenthal
Miami fieoch Society I
Miami Beach Cancer,,
culosis Society of theCityfl
met Tin-day evening an
of Mis R Katzen. 3121
ave
Reception to Honor Sandy
Shapiro at Bar Mitzvah
Sandy Shapiro will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute.
He is the son of Mr and Mr-
Abraham Shapiro. 12927 Banyon
rd Habbi Isaac Ever will officiate
at the Oct. 22 service
Sandy attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High School and
i- I student in the religious school
of Agudath Israel.
A reception in his honor will
follow the ceremony m the syna-
gogue.
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viober 21
19">5
rtu Sponsors College of Jewish
todies for Advanced Adult Training
. ...:i. Unities soon- COUTMI offered cover :i wide
^ Jewish Studies ipon-
Bureau ol Jewish
vanced adult
the
for
encd on Ocl I '
RSouncement Uita wee*
L. rbunnan. chairman 01
,$ adult Jewish cduca-
nittee. _______
Courses offered cover a wide
area ol RlbJMt matter to meet the
needs of graduates of elemental},
adult courses in individual coi
nations under the apeciaJ joint
plan of the Bureau of Jewish Kdu
cation and the Rabbinical Aaaocia
tion of Greater Miami The> also
meet the new qualification set
OOWn for Sunday school teacher
"censing according to the nev,
'I'1'', '" Practice for Sunday
h00l teachers adopt,,! by the
Bureau in February. 1955.
Bulletin of the college lists ,he
WlHiatory, Basie Jewiih Practices.
0 sessions on the Minor Prophets
to Hebrew, Hebrew III for students
; n a year of college Hebrew or
"s equivalent. Hebrew Literature
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and Bible Survey. Modern Hebrew
Literature and the Bible in He-
brew
Registration for courses will b*
held at the Bureau building. 135
N\V 3rd ave., Wednesday evening,
Oct. 19.
Faculty of the college consist
of Louis Schwartzman and Her
bert Bergcr, Bureau executives;
Harry Perach Kwitney. instructor
at the Hebrew Academy; Joshua
Stadlan, former instructor at Knes-
eth Israel Congregation; and Fred
Barad, instructor at the Bureau'*
Central Hebrew High School.
College of Jewish Studies will
continue through Mar. 22, includ-
ing three other special courses; a
three-semester course in metho-
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mands of the various congrega-
tions to teach in the Jewish Sunday
schools of Greater Miami; a 12-
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9-Jenisii flcridlian
Frida
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Nationalism, Colonialism-Jewish JVl

MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN JEWS 17751865. Volume II. By Jacob Ra-
der Marcus. 375 pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society
of America. *4.00.
Dy HILARY MINDLIN
TO CONTINUE with ;i feu let I \
Marcus' charming collection ol pioneer pennings
Prom Tobj Eklward Rosenthal's postumouslj published Re<
I .i Painter where there is si
embarrassing bruises and shiners one of the injured bad the idea thai
his black and brown spots could be concealed bj pain) I j tedlj
he weal to m> teacher, wh< i ivered the spot with ap
flesh-colored painl It was incredibl) comical to see in) eli
aristocratic teacher, as he carcfullj applied the brush to the faci
the patient while I held the palette
Prom the memoirs ol Isaac Mayer Wise, great Jewish leader
founder ol the Hebrew Union Collegi nnati pattern-setter and
organiser >>i American Jewish life
"But why have Jews mi little regard for one mother thai they
revile and traduce each other'' The century-long oppression has
demoralized the German and Poh.h Jew He hai no sell respect, no
pride lett The .lew must be Americanized. I said to Diysell II
ho continue- under German influences, as they are now in toll conn
try. he must l>ecome either a bigot or an atheist, S satellite or ;i tyrant
He will never be aroused to selfconsciousness or to independent
thought The Jew must become an American in order to Bain the proud
self-consciousness of the free-bora man."
other portraits ol special interest Sophia Goldsmith, who hand
sewed baseballs In 1878 and lived t" see her sons parlaj the famlrj
business into one ol the largest sporting goods manufacturing concerns
m the country MacGregor Sports Products, Inc And ol course the
famous Straus family, ol Macy's and Abraham and Straus, among other
things, have then- own stories to tell
if I didn't mention last week thai Dr Marcus' brief introductions
are delightful, let me say it now They are all too brief, unfortunately,
lor Dr. Marcus writes with one sharp eye on character and the other,
on history and s bit of whimsy in between. But he only sets the
stage; undobutedly, he too was eager to let these wonderful earl)
American Jews speak tor themselves And -.> they have
MOSES MAIMONIDES. His Life and Message. By Or. Berthold C.
Fnedl. Judaism Monographs, No. 1. 11 pp. Privately Printed.
DR. BERTHOLD C. FRIEDL. University ol Miami Professor of
Russian, has published the first in "a series of studios in Jewish philo-
soph) and literature, with emphasis on famous Jewish thinkers and
what their message means to us in the atomic age."
Dr Priedl, a renowned scholar, is especially concerned in this
-hurt monograph with Maimonides' eftort. throughout the "Guide to
the Perplexed." to brinn out the "parallel, as it were, between points of
timeless truths and moral questions of everyday living." The Itambam.
he points out used semantics to clarify the meaning of words and
in the traditioi ol the Scriptures He then went on to define "the
metaphysical principle- of this tradition, and analyzed human conduct
with a view of improving human life 'in imitation of the ways "I God
That Maimonides, after 780 rears, --till has much to tell u- and
many ol the "answers to our age" is one of Dr Priedl's closing points
in thi- com i meaty < taj I am sure ] tin-
as Jews and u human t>. igj begin to heed the ::.
lorn, he will still have u much t say to us when another 250 years
have marched bloodilj by
i i hi between an I
[fern i I an Intran-
i the
h ed a iih
i i -. l- fast ac-
tion now ii they and their nil-
,ii, r blood iiu'h
bulenl N
At least I t them oit the
H i. the choice, in the
present situ king the
fish if it want* to lie died in
shra I oi buttei
it the Jews continue, as they
re v.i'i na-
tionalist aspirations and cling
i i leai Ij derelict French ad-
ministration the full fury of the
\i.iii- will be brought down on
then- head
ii they turn to the natiolists
and support the full claims for
independence ol the Moroccans
the) will incite trigger-happy
French colons' only tOO eager
U> "let off steam" by taking it
out on the Jew-
To resolve this dilemma
World Jewish Congress leaders
flea last month to Geneva for
an all too hurried get together
before proceeding to the neigh-
boring lakeside resort of Aix les
Bans in neighboring France to
confer with French and Moroc-
(..ii leaden on the fate of 250.-
ooo Jews
To judge from the delicate
wording of the communique ,.
''' the weekend round
ol talks it is obvious that the
dilemma still remain- All VV'Ji
lers could exact from the
diplomats was a "verbal prom
i I that Jews would be t,,
in Morocco mnil fun rights
The Arabs added the provi-
sion that the Jews now "adapl
tbenuwlveeH to the new situa
tion. Nothing was said aoou(
ration Nothing was
about compensation, and not,
as --.id ..iK.ut what !
i ights" actually entail.
This provi ion. therefore
taken as | serious warning in
circle- dose to North African
affairs It meant The Jew-
must decide.
There are two sides with con
flicting interests. These a r e
the Arabs and the French Each
of these two sides is split into
factions jockeying for position
and influence which has given
*i
rise to pj
1 want S
ltteV3
'" Id },!
SI
and ,0 defend hL
Is
The Arah> c
.';;'' w nabT
rnse who are
""'," are
lhp nationalist,,
I of ,he p^
Mohamad Ben LV
return of tne
ed Ken
' reach
' The profl,
Mich as Pasha of
Glaui who made i
' '(h tutelage, *.
quo
Yoajd
tendeneiei
He*ry Byroade
be failed
IIO IS IS SHtHAK!
U.S. Wanted -Equality' for Near the East
'he ii .-,;, r Comi which ha dl solved la-t
Ar< k "fter an American aid
abroad has brought to light some very inten tting
tact- on the U.S Government aid policj In relati< n
to Israel it revealed that the United States objective
is to -ee that Israel is headed in the right economic
direction and that all it- n are being utilised
to accomplish this So long is Israel was using Its
total tor. i Kchange resources in s wa) satisfac
tory to the is. n did not matter much to Washing
'"" what | ir project U.S aid funds were used
to finance
But when the Israel Government wanted m the
fiscal year 1054, to modif) its ideas with reaped to
its total foreign exchange expenditures, the Amer
uan aid n.is-um in Israel stepped in and brought
pressure to bear on the Israel Ministry of Finance
The American mission was e-peciaiiy opposed to Is-
rael's plan to import more food and law materials
for the production of consumer good-
From Washington experts who prepared material
lor the Hoover Commission we learn -for the first
time that the broad policy of the i s Government
<> grant aid only to the extent that the standard
f livlni in Israel i- not materially increased above
tint oi n- eastern Mediterranean neighbors ,,r
ibove it- own 195051 austerity standard IS Goi
erament aid to [arael has in the past represented
from one-fifth to one-quarter oi Israel's annual for
exenange requirements.
In the fiscal year 1954 the IS aid was reduced
"'" S'0-228.000 to $52,500.00 and represented only
194 Percent of Israels foreign ex.ha.ee budget. Of
niYin xrmvAiiTz
Destiny Certainly Works in Strange Wi
Did Fate miraculously withhold the revelation of
Oil in Israel until the Jewish State was established?
Sometime- Destiny works in peculiar ways
Why wa- not gold revealed in California while
the Mexicans held that country'' Why did || wait for
the American to net there'1
Turks and Britons and Germans sought oil in Pal-
e-tme before the Jews found it but something al-
ways turned up to block them.
The presence of oil in Israel was known long ago
It is referred to- in the Bible. There is a referen
...CC to
oil in the farewell address of Moses in Deuteronomv
Then oil towns 1-.I" Y-Jf-_prof essor analyzed it.
President Ben Zvi points out that the Book of
Maccabees speaks of the "congealed water" which
was poured on the sacrifices. I gather also that
President Ben Zvi believes that it was some of this
ays
same "congealed water which Klnah poured on the
-acritiee a- the famous meeting wh the worship
ImBlble ""'' '"e m"S' ***** **~*" <
The M^hia very -pectuallv mention- oil. saying
"'"' "MJ be Bead for Sabbath illumination
While the old time Jew- located tO have a knowl-
arso of t- -,-. II appears that its ,,-e- were not
tzn u .r1" fa,r'y recem *** i SSJ2
ttlo more than a century ago. American
I it from artesian
the oil clinging to
began to spring up overnight
BiMLTON nUEBMA\
Our Arab Policy is a Bi
.. Ihc Kremlin may have been advised on strateuo*
the F:gyptian-Communist arms deal b> a British natTi.
as a diplomat in Chair. He is Donald MacLean who defLwi
munism with Guy Burgess, another British diplomat
MacLean was stationed in Cairo until 1950 when he was
of the American department of the Bnti-h Foreign Office 1
diplomatic circles have reported that MacLean knew aDI
secrets of Western diplomacy in the Middle East Heisalsoi
been acquainted with the Egyptian military clique
Nasser.
Exploiting this knowledge to advance Soviet penetratmi
Ma. Lean is thought to have master minded the munitml
ment and the invitation extended Nasser to visit Moscow
Significantly, the British War Office confirmed the autl
a British intelligence document after Nasser quoted from i
said the document was obtained by Egyptian intelligence. R<
[Israel's military strength. Perhaps Maclxan furnished gui
Soviet or Egyptian spies who found their way to this i
paper.
The United States, outmaneuvered by the Soviet Units,I
rejected by Egypt as a suitor. But State Department elemMi
to their unrequited love for the Arabs
Henry A. Byroade, U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, hasbenij
advocate of expedient policies favoring the Arabs. But in I
the Egyptian regime, he has failed a- a diplomat Egyp
away from its benefactor and toward thi Kremlin. The!
munist arms agreement took the State Department
surprise.
To obscure their failure. Byroade and other officials J
shift the blame to Israel. Stories were leaked by U.S dipto"*!
and Washington. These stories alleged that Israel reaUjIJ
sive intention. Israel was better armed than the combing
forces. Egypt was justified in redressing the power is
other words. Israel was more to blame than Kjjypt for P
the Communists
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles i- apparently!
ing on the same advisers who led American diplomacy todi
Dulles refrained from criticizing Egypt at his October 4
ence. Would he see to it that anti ( ..nimiini-t Israel rece
offset the flow of Communist weapons into Egypt' N"-1
say whether that would be likely It might cause an
showed no similar reluctance when he granted free
to Iraq.
In 1953 Dulles temporarily severed economic aid tojsra"'
tive measure. Israel had offended by pursuing a develc
it- own territorya project which displeased /
itself immune from State Department criiticism eve-
a military agreement with the Communists
M.KON MiVTTERMA\
And then Came the Rail
diffi**!
But!
ven after i
An elderly lady living in Bev-
erly Hills, a neighbor of the Ed
die Cantors, was very' angry be
cause she had not been invited
to a picnic the Cantors were go-
ing to. The morning of the event
Ida Cantor relented and asked
her to come.
"Its too late.' the old woman
snapped. "I've already prayed for
rain "

Jack Benny was out trying to
collect some pledges for the
United Jewish Appeal from
movie producers. Running into
one of the men at the studio. Jack
said: "You ought to redeem your
pledge I believe that for every
single thing you give away, two
come back to you."
That's the experience." the
pessimistic producer replied
. "Last June I gave away my
daughter, and she and her hus-
band came back in August."
Edward G. Robinson, about to
undertake
thought it wise
checked before he
lolurt'
the picture.
He went I
. Iiml submitted Wi
tion
Do vou smoke.
doctor. "A Btfc !*
Well, cut downj'
ter off." said he
you a heavy eat
er." said Room**
on that. I
meal-1
a bit
"Best lighter
drink?" HereEjdj-
,he warnings. I*
MM t""fh dNP
Too bad."**1 *
little whiskey
might be very V j
What's your j*:
good
"It's
Hecht
it."
Some
body


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jAL N0TICB________
JJOP1,OBD*TDE NO. 33.MA
i
. Bald
hereby
hiiv
I til-
k (1,
In their
:Jl
I.
llJIAN ^'''AN
'under FICTITIOUS
tAHMEEKKBVWr..VEN thai
.,,! desirinx i ngase In
i..,.;.. County,
fvii'ri: homes, IKC.
Florida Corporation
BEN'ET
Api'll
,Ki"'l
1.14-21 _______,
B*UL,TC.CRCUu" ?NF IKS
"UNTV. FLORIDAJN
WH.KINS. Plalntlft
h i: wn.KiN's.
i.. ndant.
I BY PUBLICATION
k'pKI.I. i: \\ 11 -KIN'S
bat t'allfa
il: HERKin XOTIOTED
foi Divorce
. i, and
... copy
| Kill i.r Com-
[ihr plait lift attorney,
Ldi i' 'N is I-'" LI.....In
, and flto
Hi.- 'ffi
if ih i rt on or
|4ih .1... oi s IteO,
of which Hi- li ii "' Com-
iki i. nfi I
I bar,
|f b lkatiierman,
I ',111
|B>. i: 11 RU'K JR
IE OF APPLICATION
fOR TAX DEED
File 51856
BKN
hi city
Sum
I if J- n-'.
Ci tlfli ate
|\ eon In
. load I
i'
i
the
'. mi-
P i I'aav TO, in
,,f
orlda
|iro|H rl v
a-aa In
bf I'NKNOWN i ..ii
il accord-
.. i'.. i .-mi
I Nov. Mil., i. Al'
A I '
' B LKVTIILLMA.V
II 'i.iii t,
ill
n' N ,-ti URKT r
I '" l-.-piitv fieri.
.- II 4____________
CEJ?V PUBLICATION
LEGAL NOTICi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
the undaralaned. dv.ilrlna- to .-man.- in
bualnea under th Mctltloui name of
HELEN BAR, .i loot) uih HI
.Miami Reach, Intrnus to rcajlatei
name with tiv Clark '.f the Circuit
(',.111 i ,.f I M.I.- i 'nunt y, Floi i.i.i
WILLIAM (3RBKN, Sol, Own. i
10/14-2 111
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN tint
tin- undereticnrd], dealrlna. i-- engage in
bualnea under the fictitious name of
NAN WILLIAM, al IM1 Ba) Road,
Miami Beach, In tend to restate)
name ith the Clerk >.f the circuit
Court "f Dade County, Florida
NAN KOVEN
lft'll-21-28 11M_______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COU.-(T OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 183S35
MVItNA KAUFMAN BERNKTBIN,
Plaintiff,
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 B
li \i:i:y K \i
Ll.l/AUKTII
NOTICE
HARRY
TO:
-I
.IRCUT COURT OF THE
fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
UN, AND FOR DADE
N CHANCERY. No. 183407
'I- COLUN's,.plalntlff,
E&SEHXX* '.....n**t
JVIT FOR DIVORCE
l 'RAN riii.i.ins
E Raby
: He 5
1
[ fled thai a Bill
. required
, m your Anawei or
I plalnl on
it ai orn< VLTiifit li.
ml i- n'"""'
, l rile the
bnlw ,l:\"' "-' "' 'he of.
kf hi,',', V' ''"' "" Court
fcu(,u,"',ll;" November,
PWiiM.i,. -,. | mumant by
.ilJ;V" M''- y> <>
eaaeaded in ,,. ,:, of
I ibliahed OQM
Deviai '" weeka
iSli H ''"'iH'IAN
IKII al Miami.
) of Septamber,
^EATRERMAM,
Court,
kim;.
KK..M..V......''"'
I
te^L^-^u
k'nMlH&v HIVKN .....,
ia In
F'-rvx, .in,,,-. ,.f
'l!lv':-\ t,,V-: '""''A-
""i namJ Intend* i.,
'" Oade Count/,
gSr&'TKRl'ltlKKH INC.
IM \N .in I
K Ail'M \.\. D. ndanta
BY PUBLICATION
K VI-KM AN ami
ELIZABETH WALKMAN
114 Sth Sir.-. I
I ,i h muni, w.-t Vlrpjlnla
rOU ARE HEREBY N'OTIEIED
that MVIt.NA KAllMW BERN-
STEIN, a Plaintiff, has tiled a Com-
plalnl in the above Court to foreclose
a MortKRfce anain-t the following real
ri,.|i.rty. lyini; mil l.clna: situati- In
>a I ..ts 1. 2. ami ;i. in Btooll I of
TROPICAL ACRES, according to
th>- Plat thereof, re'orded In Plal
Book 4.1 at Page SI of the Piilili-
Raoorda of Dade County, rTorlda;
together with the ImproYementa
thereon.
You are re<|iiia;il W> agtve b copy ol
your Answer or other i>l>-a-llng upon
Plaintiff's Attorney, MILTuN A.
FRIEDMAN, 1013 Beybold Building.
Miami. Florida, and to file tbe original
of aalil Anauer or other iileadliiK in
the office of the Clerk of the above
c.iirt. on or before the Hiii day of
November, I9r,s. if you fall t,. t.
so, jikIkiih'iii ii\ default will be taken
aKulnst you f-.i tin- relief raqueated
In the Complaint.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this IL'lh
,1 lj ,,r October, 19
i: B LEATHERMAN,
ci, ii; i 'Ircull c,,ii, i
Its I. HNEEDEN,
(Circuit C,uri Si-.ill Deputy Clerk
10/14-21-2M 11/4________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 183505
HEL.EN ROSEN, Plaintiff
HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T<' HERMAN Rl "SEN
ji ii,.1... ', .1,1 Park
, d Bra
Newark, New Ji
^ on are herebj r tlfled that a i "om-
plaint for Divorce baa ben filed
against you, and you are >
-.-i \ a copj "f ) out Anaw ci 01 i
Ing to the Ci.moiaini on the Plalntlff'a
attorney, ALA'IN 8 CAWN, ..... Lin
. ,,in Road Buildlna. M laml Beai h,
Florida, and file the original Answer
,-r Pleading In the office of the Cli rk
of ihi- I: ill c '.>Mi an or befot
::i ~i day of i i.-i- 1..1,19 i fall
ludgmenl bj default will be
taken .for ii- rell
manded in the 'omol -
DONE AND ORDERED In Miami.
da, this 17th day of September,
L it LEATHERMAN,
Clei k, < 'ir, ult '"'in.
Dade Counts Floi
B) R H RICE, n:
, si-M.i Deput) Clerk
; l" 10 ." 14-11_____________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51912
Notice la herebj given thai max i:
RIL.VER, Truatee, hold, i a
of cit\ of Miami Tag Bale Certificate
Numb< red ISS, dated the lal da) ol
June, a D IMS, h ta filed tald Certlfl-
cat< in my office, and haa made ap-
plloatlon foi 'in -1.....1 i" laaue tl
ii to- ordance a itii law, Bald i '
cate embraces the following described
property, altuated in Dade County,
Florida, to wit;
Lot IS. ink 4. flarden City, Plal
Book ".. Pace TS, In the City of
Miami. Count) of Dada, Btata of
Florida
The aaaeaaotenl of raid property un-
der the Certificate Isaued was In tin-
name of I'NKNOWN. L'nleaa aald
Certificate ahall ba redeemed i.....I
iiu: to law. i.i\ deed will laaue thereon
..n the nth da) of November, A i>
- -i this 4th da) of c tobi i. A..D
i: II LKATIIEItMAN,
Clerk of en, nil Court,
I lade 'ount) Florida
By N C bTERRETT.
(Circuit Court Baal) Deputy CI rk
la/7-l4-SI-SS n/4 ^^_^^_
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tut
BSiig FtfSBSi. PiSnufir-
i^,as^K\sr........-
:vN'(l.:)' '",V:"':|-''"- B,8 town
m.:^VKl-.u::^".1V,;,;'-U- ".......
JllHN c.Mti-i,
MRb. JOHN L'ARBITA,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION"""
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE
"UN CICCAR1ELLO also
known JOHN CHB'AREI I I
'LI.A CICCARIELLO, '
;, l.,'1,'",""1 ;' ANOELA CHIC-
Al.l-.l.l .1. |,i- Wife, || I nil.,I
Avenue, tai
JOHN CICCARIKLU), alao
known ni JOHN CHU.'ARELLI, and
ANGELA CICCARIELLO, also known
lOBLA HICARELLI, ii- -Air,
','" heieb) notified thai a'Complalnl
["!. '"......'losure of Mortgage or in.-
in Dad. Co inty, Flor-
,\ i i.
LOTS L'l and i"J .,f PARADING
PARK, to the plal
Hi. i- oi recorded in Plat Book IS
al ; of the Public Re. orda
of I' I. Couni Flo Ida
has been filed agalnal you and ) o i are
required t-, sei \ e a copy of your \n
awer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plain! "ii Hi, olalntlfl An-.
OEOROE CHERTKOF", m Olympla
Building, Miami J2, Florida, and Rle
the original Answer or Pleading in
".....fflce of the Clerk of the Cln ull
Court on or before the imm day of
November, 1955. if you fail to do bo,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for tin- relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins Notice ahall la- publlahed once
each a/eek for four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
DONE and ORDERED ul Miami.
I- ioi Ida, this isih ,|av .I ),-|..l., i. A L,
1955
L r; LEATHERMAN,
* 'l.-rk, 'Ircult Court,
I ..ni. Count)*, Florida
By: W.M. w STOCKING,
(Circull Court s.-aii Deput) Clerk
(JEORGK CHERTKOF
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
101 S10 Olympla Building
i S2, Florida
|c 21-J8 II ill
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 183996
l.rcii.Li: KALPHAT, Plaintiff,
\ i
HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
Defi ndant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
J7 >m Hope Road, i >la uai
Jamaica. BRITIKH WEST
IN I. IKS
V,.n. ii,.- aald HENRY MICHAEL
KALPHAT, are herel notified that
,i BUI of Complaint for Divorce luu
been ffled againsi you, i i are
required 1 serve a copy ,.i your An-
01 Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint "i. the plaintiff's Atti
PHILLIP c. FJNGELRERG, S04 Rop. I
Bldg M H i-: Si 'I Avenue,
., I' .-: \ ami fi!.- Hi
-r oi Pleading In the offl i I
id., ci. rk or I ult Court on or
i.i fore the tlsl da) of Novembei
II -..,. ... Judgment b di -
fault iil be taken agalnal you for
,ii.f .1. manded In the Bill of
Compla iii
Tin. i, itl. sh ,:i I,.- publish. -I
, | i, week foi f >ui on i i utB w. eka
in TDK JEWISH I L.'IMt'lAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 13th da) of I Wtol er, A D
B, B LEATHERMAN,
Cler
I lade Count). Flo Id I
B) I. SNEEDEN,
[It Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
phillip 'i bnof:lberg,
Attorney for Plaintlfl
;:ni Roper Building. SO H E Ird Ave .
Mian i S2, Florida
l 21-38 11/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HLUKLY GIVEN that
the iind.rsiKii.d. desiring t engage In
bualnea under the fictitious name ol
ALTON class A MIRROR, al 1484
Alton Road, intends 1" reglel
name with the Clei k of Ole Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
JACH! BTEIGER, Sole Owner
10/11-21-SS 11/4____________________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to eiiaage in
bualnea Under the fictitious name ">
THE ciKT mail at l05 Colllna Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the IitK
of the Circuit court of Dade county.
*"'" MAURICE M w.M. ill
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys foi The .lift Bai
10/7-14-Sl-tl ___,______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiid.rsiitn.'d. dealrlng to enaage "J
bualriea under the flrtltlous name ol
TRI'-TONK RECORDINtl STI I""
I Not In. I. at 1114 > W Ml. Street.
il n. register said name with tne
clerk of 1 ill Court of Dadi
LA It BY H UNN
HENRY STONE
IEL
foi Tlll-Tolle
Ite, ordliiK St
14-SI-SS
County i
MAN I-
Alto
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183990
HERBERT I-' HEWITT, Plaintiff,
\ s
HI'E HEWITT, Defendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in BITS HEV. ITT
Klmberl) Hotel
74th Btreel al Broada [)
New York '' New York
Y,..'i a..- hereby notified thai a Bill
f Complaint for Wvprce hat. been
filed agalnal you, and you are re-
quired to s.rve a COD) of v-m A -
war oi Pleading to the Bin of < om-
plaint on the Plaintiffs AUorney,
K ;i;i: A OBRIEN S07 <>>mP
Building, Miami. ....... ""' r"" '"
ortelnaf An.wer or Pleading In the
offl.....f the Clerk ol the circuit
' ,rt on or bel..... the i ith da) of
November 155 if you Wl to do so.
piV, n. l.v default will be taker,
JBG3 .on'for ,!,.-. r.ii.f demanded
in the Bill of Complalnl
This notice shall be publlahed once
ea-h week for rout conaecullve weeks
;-l JEWISH F1-ORIDIAN
"'li nl \NL ORDERED a; Miami.
.. im.s. nth day of October, ad.
r ,; LEATHERMAN,
Cirk, Circuit Court,
|,,,|,. c.iinn I Ml
HNEEDEN,
,,,. Cour s.ai.....put) I lerk
iWvmp'S SS&ffi. -". "^-
|0 !1-S I'
"" ursrJ,weT'u'.,
'Zf
".........'&&&, suwar
JOHNSON. LEVENSON JPERRT
11 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
name
i ml t'ogrt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
"" '.....arslgned, dealrlng to engage in
ouBlnea undi i the fl. tlfloua name of
A I BQI II'MENT SALES, at 8098
i Avenue, Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Clr-
"f I i.ule i '..liiuy, I- ,, Idii
PATRICK AN
WILLIAM ci;saI;
MAX P. I
Atti.i ii. y for A C K>i lipm.at -
-"' Hi i a) ne Building
n l-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the in.-1. i Igni -I .. i Ins
1 undei the H< lltio if
I'lNCAN MOTOR8 COMPANY tnol
In. i. at 1180 N.W :.;ili .- re. t. M
Florida, int. id lo gist. I said name
with the leqh ol the Circull Coul i "f
1 >ade I '. ,n i lot 1.1 i
HARRY SOROSKY
ECGENE Si iROSKY
ELRY 8T1 INK
ii-an Motors
Compai ,
II 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desli ing to
bualnea undei the fl. tltlous nan.. ,,t
I- LOR IDA 8ALE8 '.. al SSI N K
Ti'th street. Intend i" reglstei
na..... with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court "i Dade County, Florida
WILLIAM KROLAND
LARRY SCHLl 'KBER. :
lu 21-11 lll-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng t.- engage in
bualnea under the fictitious name of
VILLAGE TAVERN, al 1101 N.W.
17th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends
to ii-i'i : i 1.1 name with the 'l.-i k
of the I 'ir. nit com i of i lade I bounty,
1 lori.la.
GEORGE P. Mi Nl-Y
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2o20 Weal F ugh i si Miami. Florida
10/21-18 11 4-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
bualnea und. the flctll iou na
KIRK JEWELERS, nt 26 N.E. l-t
Ay.- Miami, l-'la Intends I" i. 8
said name with the Clerk "i the Cir-
cuit Court of I 'ado County, Florida.
KIRK JEWELERS, INC
SHAPIRO I RIED, Attorn.
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Load
la 21-18 li 4-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A
In It. ESTATE I 'I
bAKA JAMROZ. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraoni h v-
Demanda Against Said
Estate
v ami aah of you, are hereb)
notified and i equlred t" pr.
claims and demands which you. or
.nil.- if you, ma) have agalnal the
BARA JAMROZ, dec.
late of Dade County, Florida, t" the
il.,n W. I- BLANTON and FTtANK
l m i\V LIN.:. County Judges of l... I.
.'ounty, and file 1 he same In iii-
in i he i 'ount) '"in thouae in i lad.
County, Florida, within eight calendai
t.....it ha from the date ,.f the first
publication hereof. Bald claims or de
in.,n i- to i he legal a
am
will
1933
the claimant and i" be sworn t-,
iforesaid, or same
be barred. Bee Bectton u-' of the
Probate A. I
i late i n ton. 11. A.D
l-l: VNCI8 -I JAMRl '/.
Aa Administrator ol the
Estate of
sai:a i JAMROZ,
Dec. '
OROROE CHERTKOF
Attorne) foi Administrate
.-..i? ol) mpla Building, Miami It, i la
in 2J-S8 ii 4-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH HLTNKIt. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
FJatati
YOU, ami eaeh of you are hereb)
notified ami required i-> present any
claims ami demands which you, pi
either of mil, ina> have against the
esta.....f JOSEPH Hl'TNER, de
ad late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices I" the Counts Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands t......it..in the legal id-
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BELLOWS FALLS. Vt. (JTA)-A resolution calling for !>>t all public restaurants, inns, lodging houses, hotels and motels practic-
ing racal and religious discrimination was adopted unanimously at
the 51st annual convention here of the Verraount Federation of Labor
which is affiliated with the American Federation of Labor The rCSOltl
ton was introduced by Vermont AFL president and C B. St. Amour It
noted that existence of a discriminatory pattern in the state's public
accommodations industry.
Ottawa (JTA) Israel Ambassador Michael Comwaj had a
lengthy discussion here with Lester B Pearson, Canadian Secrctar\ for
External Affairs, pnor to the tatter's departure b) special plain- on s
tour of the Sovel Union and Asia, it was learned here Their tall
chiefly concerned the latest developments in the Middle Fast situation
Egyptian acceptance oi Soviet arms may be the first step towards war
in ihe Middle East, Senator David CroIJ said here "it may be the inten-
tion that Israel shall be the Just victim of the armament move, but
Israel is not the onlj nation thus put in jeopard} hi' declared
new YORK (JTA) Organisations such as the National < onfen
"i Christians and Jews are making a vital contribution to the I
against prejudice and ignorance which are so often the root i mses oi
bI and religious discrimination and ol other hosl >ns that
widen the barriers between people Paul Mart
I National Health .md Welfan inual dinner ol tl
here Mr Martin who i in v w York as t
to the current East-West disarmi id that the efforts of
groups such as the n pensal I natii nal t o
ion and thej are no less vital if inti
to a real and durabli
MEXICO CITY JTA The Zionist l an
need thi of a special campaign for the support
i North ieu- and then- | l- P
10.000 bj raising Slim from each oi 5<>u
Annoum of the new fund drivi ws i ade follow
port to the Federation by it- president Lei n Dultzin, who recently
irned iron; Israel where he | ited in the delil ol
the Zionist Actions > itee in Jerusalem.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
PARIS v. \> n ai bj Grand Ral i Kaplan,
G : i R -. Bdmot and othi Jewish i
i ranee this week called on Christians, Moslems and Jews
iray for peace in North Lfrica Noting that the "North Annan con-
baa takei an infinitely tragic turn-." the appeal calls upon those
wh bear responsibilt) for the present situation to make a "supreme
effort for com
AMSTERDAM (WNS) Six Dutch Roman Catholics who are charRed
with hiding a 14-year-old Jewish war orphan. Anna Henrietta Beck
man. were placed on trial again this week The Dutch authorities have
been seking to turn the girl over to guardians of the Jewish faith.
Anneke, ta she is called, was less than three years old when her Ortho-
dox Jewish parent- were seized by the Nazis in Amsterdam in July.
1943. and sent to the gaa chambers in Germany The defendants, prin-
cipally 52-year-old Mmc Gertrude Langendijk. hid the little girl for
the remaining two years of the Nazi occupation and later refused to
give her up to a legally appointed guardian
LONDON (WNS The British Government considers that the So-
viet Union is creating a situation in the Middle Fast which could lead
to an Arab-Israeli full-teak war, Prime Minister Sir Anthony F-len
indicated last weekend in an address before a mass meeting of the
Conservative Party in Bournemouth. Sir Anthony charged that Moscow.
by permitting Communist countries to supply arms to Egypt, wa>
violating the "spirit of Geneva" Such purchases, he declared, would
increase the arms race between the Arab countries and Israel
ROME backed the proposal! put forward by United state- Secretary ol state
John Foster Dulles for a solution to the problem- oi the Middle Fast
The Dulles proposal- were made in a foreign polk) address but month
and act forth basic American approaches to current tensions m the
Middle Fast including border guarantee and the resettlement of Pa
tine Arab refugees In a spech concluding the debate on foreign policy
in the Italian Parliament, the Foreign Minister said that Mr Dulles'
address had been listened to with "sympathy" and he added that "we
believe it to coincide with the general int. w,h our own
policy."
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (JTA)-Joseph Salmons, secretarv general of the l.v
Council oi the Turk,sh Grand Rabbinate, ha- been elected a member ol
the Istanbul t ,t> Council, it was announced here when the official
count of the municipal election was concluded M. Salmons .- the only
JXwtn^SS:Thcre art'so,n"4,,,HM* *- -*" ""**
CASABLANCA (JTA.-A Jew died at ou.da Eastern Mo,,,,,-,,
last week as a result of wound- received when a hand grenade was
tossed into a cafe in that city, it was reported her, The bomb in
jured the Jews and seven Moslem and French customers In the cats
Dr. Aaron Syngalowski. head of the World ORT Union, arrived here t,
inspect the institutions and training centers maintained by the ORT
the ort00' W8S accommopan,,',l h> "W "<"<' world leaders ,
NEW YORK (JTA.-Zionist leaders here tooh lasOS w.tb a state-
ment by Garland Fvans Hopkins, executive vice president of the Amer
,Jti a1 Sem'i'sm r 5onnecUon witn Z,oni> ettoi in this
KtfflJfS V,P M ^r^ ,ha' "U' aC,'V,,,es ,,f th* her.
might lead to the raising of the question "as to who was responsible for
ihe ,,ss the Middle bft. This ,- ,,. kind ... question." ESEEJS
that could produce a wave of anti-Semitism in this country
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composition of David Ben Gurion's New Csbinet. the Religious Na
tional Frontcomposed of the Mizrachi and the Mizrachj Workers
Tarty- announced that it would not enter the coalition. The decision
adopted unanimously by the central body of the religious bloc was
taken because of differences over the proposed program of the ov
ernment and the distribution of portfolios offered by Mr. Ben Gurion
HAIFA (WNS. More than 1.000 archaeologists, professional and
amateur, attended the 11th annual convention of the Israel Explorers
Society at Tfv'ou near here They visited the site f diggings at Hatzor
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Fage 2 A Jenisi> FlcridUari Women's Forum on National Se curity. The Forum represents 13 participating women's auxiliary of national patriotic organizations and will be held in Washington Jan. 18 to 20. on the theme' Family Life in a Secure America." Stein, Jocker Officials Of New Bal Harbour Hotel Morton Stein will be president and Marvin Jacker. vice president of the $4,000,000 Copacabana Beach hotel now under mat rue tion at Collins ave. and 101st st | n Bal Harbour. Stein has been a Miami Beach resident for 16 years and ha> had interests in the Cromwell and President Madison hotels and the Desert Inn hotel. He is from Mem phla, Term., where he owned a retail fur business. The veteran hoielman is a Shrin with the^Jf* T ,hM) ^rt H^l V T h h lel ttf* le -Heis a Manner x,,,p P r CMdentoftWfc enB "-h J unior( r^ 3nd "* NorJLl (enter. Jacker live, ^ ,u ywwg children land ave. MJGUST BKO< 'en ai I Florida delegation of National Women's Auxiliary. JW V, greet Mrs. Sarah E. Stone. ACE nmonmST&J^r 8SL.'3 national president, on her arrival here this week. CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS AT DELANO HOTEL JWV Women Arrive Here from Auxiliaries Throughout Nation National Auxiliary of the Jewish and Tuesday at the same time that War Veteran of the I'nited States | JWV holds a similar convention at 1 1 America will hold their 28th the DiLido. rational convention in Miami .,.. .. ... ., Kfa ill conjunction with the fJOth ,her %  *•" %  •** lruludp ,hr f "' ational encampment oi JWV Oet '" w,nK 23 to .') Wednesday, Od '. 2 p.m.. Na Headquarten for the Auxiliary '""'^ Auxiliary w.n present col will be the Delano hotel Sara E la P* ib,€ vta; Iu ,hl rem-ation Stone, Boston, president .„., Auxiliary runcUons during the oru, ,ln -. l; '> l '< M. 5 p.m Ho* Ization's conventii | '"' 1 symposium will !>< %  addressed Highlight of the women's probj Jim ,,; "' k, of na,,,,nal Ve,or is 1 National President's ; '"'' Administration. iron m Mrs St.in. 1 k U 1 1 p m Home in Kendall as part of JWV Auxiliary's Chil elfare Program Sunday. Oct. 30—Elections for National President. Jewish War Veterans National Auxiliary is chairman of the 1956 II Saturday, Oct. 28, afternoon — ; %  too High fidelity phonograph) oouipected thai the Auxiliary will roent will be presented by the Auxi'" ; proceedings at the ti,.^ to |he Count) JWV National Commander's ban-' %  1 %  t Saturdaj evening, The Auxiiiarj will hold itcon stitutional convention on Honda] BESIDE YOURSILF... 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ctobei 2U955_ *Jenisli FkrSdlinn m .nof m Mrwrs w gg WHO H>, It sawa* .w,,^^^, rar(|Mf ;Page 7 A fN AffAM/ BEACH L,/. M. Mil" II •/. Ceil. Chriiffnberry Arfhur leviff Prong Political Battle Looms For National Commander row P9 A iNational Commander Jo. of'Washington. DC, scheduled to address iy Milton had served on |y m the Army with the fejor General before he tied to his present post ent Eisenhower. He is j. of the Silver Star of % former president of aty f New Mexico and [Mexico Military Institute. i been Dean of Engineer%  I A & M. Sen. 'George Smathers ss a luncheon group Daily Forward Jkat I^abor Committee. ion, Jewish rank Z. Atraa Foundation. yifPOWd the League. Judge Advocate. First Army; and -** for Industrial Democracy. Friday. Oct. $8, at 10 a.m., Thomas Evans will address jL JWV business session. Evans is director of blood recruitment of National American Red Cross, and it is expected that he will cover the blood recruitment issue as a major aspect of Jewish W*r. Veterans activity. On Sunday morning, Oet. 30, Arthur Levitt, Comptroller of the State of New York, will address the convention on. the JWV Nation! al Shrine for the War Dead in Washington, DC. Director of the Shrine, Levitt is a veteran of both World Wars. During World War II, he served successively as A-.M-.-tUN STAND SEIN SIGNIFICANT ant Staff Judge Advocate, First Infantry Division; Assistant Staff Staff Judge Advocate, New York Port of Embarkation. In March, 1943, he was promoted to the grade of Colonel. As a member of the Reserve Component, he is the commanding officer of the 1568th Judge Advocate General's Training Center. Levitt holds the Medal of Legion of Merit award for military service. Maj. Gen. C. W. Christenberry, president of the American Korean Foundation, is scheduled to address a session of the convention at a time to be announced early next week. A principal session of the 60th Temple EmaiuuEl. Capt. Joshua L. Goldberg, chief chaplain of the Third Naval District, will present the memorial, service sermon. In ajlditionv Ik Jesse F. Casey, leading Veterans Administration psychiatrist, will address a luncheon of the Ida Latz Foundation on Wednesday, Oct. 26. This Foundation was incorporated in New York State to aid veterans of World War II and the Korean campaign in their quest for rehabilitation over and above governmental benefits and resources of established health and social agencies in the community. Major focus ol the JWV con* Jen. George Smathers vention here will be the five-prong political battle scheduled to be dcnat.onal encampment w,l be Fr.-: c ided on tne fina ( of ^ day evening services, Oct. 21, at when candidatcs see ^ to SU( ,,,., | Resolutions Will Take Up UNESCO And the Federal Security Program outgoing Commander Barr. In the ring are Benjamin Cha&in, New York-Dr. David Coyne, White Meadow Lake. N.J.; Reubin Kaminsky, Hartford; Theodore Pickard, Chicago; and Samuel Shaikewitz, St. Louis. A lesser political battle will be resolved Saturday evening, when Irving Goldstein, Chicago, and OsThe Federal Employees Security Communists has been considered Program, the arming of Arab | by JWV as a grave threat to the States by the Communists and the:security of the free world and es-, c ar J Toye Boston battle ll out *eita MinkotI Oct. 17. The 'Florida |ir will honor the host ording to Daniel Neal vention publicity chair|former Department Com, State of Florida. Sen. is scheduled to make a W Utemciit at that Monday. Oct. 24. will ah Minkoff. executive dithe National Community fet up a bi-pa Advisory Council since kof£ s a member of the Actors of the Jewish broad picture of veterans' benefits will be on the list of top priority issues that will come under scrutiny by the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America as it convenes for its 60th annual national convention in Miami Beach next week. The three issues will be carepcciaMy to the safeguarding of American interests in the Near East. Reliable sources Wednesday indicated that the JWV convention I will also take up a resolution stating its support of the United Na-' tions Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Coming on the heels of the recent American Leg-] fully considered, and concrete p^, ion condemnation of UNESCO | icies will be formulated to be c*K, here, the resolution is expected to ried through by the veterans" oft., offset some of the negative critiganizatlon in the coming year.** for succession to the post of National Judge Advocate. Outgoing officer is Leon Sachs, of Philadelphia. JWV has been one of the shar ctsm directed against the UN by veterans forces. rp JWV is also expected generally est critics of the Federal Er&to praise the activity of the Unitployees Security Prefram andMfljBled Nations in accordance with one of the prime movers pressing for the adoption of SJR 21 which c QUjmission to review securiff ^ji*>d^roS under Executive Ordef*l4f>0 The arming of the Arabs by the President Eisenhower's constant affirmation of faith in the world Mental Health Society Plans Film, Panel Program What lies behind defiant behavior of youth today will be one of the many questions discussed at the Mental Health Society general meeting Thursday night. Oct. 27, at the Board of Public Instruction auditorium, 275 NW 2nd st. The film, "Family Affair." will be followed by a panel of discussion leaders. Dr. Bruce Alspach, psychiatrist; Maxwell Fassler, case supervisor of Jewish Family Servsional Medal of Honor, will be ice; Kenneth Kruger. casework! among delegates here at the •sMr^ss^** n %  %  %  < will be heard. iJWV. S'nai B'rith Youth Hold 2-Day Program Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization hold its 1955 fall college at Hiilel House. University of Miami, on Oct. IS and 16. it was announced Wedncday by Miss Barbara Foooancr, chairman for the affair. The two-day program eon sisted of religious, cultural aiul cial events. Highlighting the college were elections and installation of officers. Installing officer was Judge Milton A. Friedman, national youth commissioner for BBYO. Other guests for the e\t-i were Sidney Efronson. chairman of the Greater Miami BBYO committee, and Dr. Donald Michaelson. director of Hiilel House at the University of Miami. Assisting in arrangements were Al Capp, Bobbie Gordon. Jud\ Weiss, Steve Fish, Sidney Indgin. Dan Ostrowsky, Ruth Platt. Linda Brown. Bob Levitt. Mike Budd. Larry' Parnes and Joan Siegal. Guiding the affair Were Misa Fern Hoffman, Greater Miami BBYO director, and Seymour Siegel, Greater Miami area stall supervisor. Ben Kaufman, national executive director of Jewish War Veterans of the United States and one of two Jewish surviving recipients of the CongresHadassah Group Plans Special Hebrew Studies "The Hebrew Influence on West ern Civilization" will be the topic discussed during the year at the Study Group of Menorah chapter of Hadassah. Louis Schwartzman. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will give an introduction to the subject at the group's first meet ing on Tuesday night, Oct. 25. in the home of Mrs. H. I. Kopelman. 1421 Garcia ave. Mrs. Eugene Silverstone is edu cational vice president. Washington Feels Resumption of Water Plan Will Start War tf oLD*d erans 1 NaUonal Shrine in Washington, D.C., !" B wth Vice President Nixon as principal Continued from P*ee 1 A Israel by redressing the imbalance in military powe'r. Nor will the State Department grant a security pact to Israel outside the framework of Arab agreement to Israel's boundaries, as outlined by Dulles in his August 26 speech. In that speech, Mr. Dulles conditioned a security pact to prior Arab-Israel .agreement on frontiers. An Administration spokesman said last week that the Dulles proposals achieved "added urgency" in the light of recent event*. WhUe there is grave concern in the State Department that harm may come to Israel from Egypt's new weapons, the main consideration today is an American attempt to counter Soviet strategy by an American policy aimed at regaining the favor of Egypt and the other states of the*Arab League. Circles in the State Department hold the belief that the Arab world would be further alienated from the West if a move on behalf of Israel were made at this point. Israel is being reassured that America may make arms available at some future time. But Israelis remember similar assurances regarding a security pact for Israel which came to naught. Wolper Will be Speaker Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will hold its weekly luncheon meet ing Tuesday noon at the Di Lido hotel, according to Michael Sossin. president. David I. Wolper, of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will be principal speakei I



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October 21. 1955 ^J^isljhridfiain Uters to the Editor h i--ic>n.l..iM 1 ... v much inte:L~ic>d .in mj^'t statement made in. gee !a>< week [ubbi, I subscribe eoml0 „ u belief that religion in God are the underiylindaUons of our American %  v I therefore believe that t ^sponsibility i<> strength. spiritual foundatiOM of h inculcating in an ever manner into the lives [children. js, the whole question gjon in Hi'' school \vsfcm ^poroached cautiously and traditional spirit of Amerimocracy. [public school in our counhich ha> always been dedt ho the prc-cn.ition of our (life, has been kept free of gni-m and all divisiveness. .jheen itgreatest strength. Jnerican people has approved Epr/ich. and generations of er-have grown to maturity fearing, law abiding eitiJ a democracy from this of training. [ ue are asked to introduce %  ctarian" religious instrucjto our public -chool system. a relimonteacher, must hivery serious question. #on be taught on a non%  n basis 0 ot but be ;i\vare of the at the que-tion of religious tion in the public schools •been the concern of dedimi devoted religious leadI many have for years taken tstand in opposition to it on holding inviolate our pnal American principles of us freedom [main problem seems to be, Beadier teach a subject withWhin? himself—without Inline his subject hs own perMgion, be he Catholic, Protor Jew n No matter how he ry to remain non-sectarian, |pro?ch to his Mibject is I to be colored by his own rg Leaves Lecture Tour Wda Elberg. Miami author rxecutive director of the Miami Israel Histadrut n. left last week for a lecw that will cover Peru, JaDomlnican Republic, BarTrinidad, i Aruba, bf'a PanaiiKi Nicaragua, [Honduras and F.I Salvador. I bold iddish novelist. 7hi.vv.rk' \ nvH Whitman chairman of the dinner. Whitman tlii, wek said he is "honored to chair the dinner in behalf of Rabbi Stern, who is one Of the greatest scholars in the United States and the author of many volumes on Israeli law." Among nationally known figurea expected to attend the testimonial honorin" Ilabhi Si-rn a r e i Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada; Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik of Boston, internally renowned scholar; and Dr. Leo Jung of New York, world religious authority and member of the faculty at Yeshiva University. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center' will join hands with Beth Jacob in honoring Rabbi Stern. Hubbi Tibor Sfern Admitted to Special Practice Kurt Wellisch, Miami attorney, with offices at 1414-17 Congress bldg., has been admitted to practice before the United States Court of Military Appeals at a swearing in ceremony in Washington, D.C. Card Party for Tuesday Keneseth Israel Sisterhood will hold a card party in the social hall on Tuesday evening, Oct. 25. NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Offers convenient checking facilities, bank-by mail service and FREE customer parking. Commercial and special checking accounts cordially invited. o LINCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE Momhar Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. FlcinUci Federal Reere System DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS /-WWWWVmm M.LIEBERMAN&SONS %  ROOKIYII.N.Y. MIAMI ICACMU. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AKD FROM NEW JERSEY • PHilADElPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON • PROVIDENCE end all •thcr points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd st. Phone MO 1-8201 li7//> DIGNITY \ .„„/ RESPECT Syl our Competent si.itt is %y ready t<> relieve von <•! .ll t-Z ihe details in you? hour of ~js bcreave'mertf bi j "ph E. Rgckovsky ftK'GAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH ^•nt JE 13i95 Dade Kments, Inc. !" U* Iffc STRUT Ph t HI 42018 H Exclusively to the i ^wUh Clientele r* •* % %  o..,:„ 7 mm INDUSTRIE CORAl GABIES, S. INC. FLORIDA SU8-CONTRACTOR S PECIALIST SHEET METAI FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH & TILE VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL INSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING 4 DESIGN S OLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS & ELE CTRICAL BOOSTERS FOR 2-5 YEARS FREE ESTIMATES LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPELS Recognized for Leadership almost 75 years 2 locations Covering Miami Beach Completely 1850 ALTON ROAD 1250 71st ST., Normandy Dr JE1-5844 UN6-7311 Home of the Beautiful Blue Fleet Ambulances 24-HOUft SERVICE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE PARKING ON ITS PREMISES R. W. Wilson, Funeral Director IN PHILADELPHIA • 1512 NORTH BROAD STREET



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 29—Number 42 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 21. 1955 Price 20£ ite Department Fears Israel May Resume Water Project f MDS TO ADDKISS VCTl/tANS' CONVtNTION SESSIONS fV Delegates Arrive by Thousands To Open 60th National Encampment 8.000 delegates rcprescntgb and Auxiliaries of the I War Veteran* of the United [of America will gather in each Ocl 2.'i through 30 to H'V's 60th annual national bment. according to an animent Wednesday hy Harry [en. chairman of the convenkrporation. fang on the heels of the tan Legion convention, the War Veterannational en#n( will he the second naveterans organization to tre during the month of OcThe week Ionu session will largest in JWV history. headquarters will be Joseph f. Burr the DiLido hotel, with all major functions taking place there. First session is a national executives' meeting Sunday, to "be foltowed by a constitutional convention Monday and Tuesday. Cohen said Wednesday that Ed Miller, international president of the Hotel Restaurant Employees' and Bartenders' Union, had promised a strike holiday for the Miami Beach convention. Highlight of the gathering will be a gala JWV parade replete with military, bands, Post and Auxiliary colors, floats and hijinks scheduled for Thursday. Oct. 27. at 7 p.m. Grand Marshall is Miami Sheriff Tom Kelly. Honorary Marshall's will include Maj. Gen. Julius Klein. Admiral Solomon Asquith and Judge Maurice Simmons, first National Commander of JWV. Route will begin at Lincoln rd. and Meridian ave. From there, the parade will go t to Lincoln and Washington ave., turn south to 9th st., and proceed west to Pennsylvania ave. and 7th st., where it will disperse. Grandstand will be at city hall. Outstanding speakers from major fields of endeavor throughout the nation will appear during the week-long convention. Hugh M. Milton, II, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Forces, will be principal speaker at the National Commander's banquet Saturday, evening, Oct. 29 The ->ffair will honor Continued on Page 7 A Copt. Joshua Goldberg irk Johnston Returns to Capital Following Mission in Near East JERUSALEM (JTA>—Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's perEOnal envoy to the Middle East, has returned by plane to Washington this week to consult with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on the progress of talks for a regional water development plan. Before leaving here he said that Israel has displayed a constructive approach to the problem and added that the differences between Israel and the Arab states on technical questions had been reduced to i small particulars of no great importance. Mr. Johnston said that the future course of the talks would be determined by his consultation with Secretary' Dulles. It was understood here, however, that the principal blocks to successful negotiations are political rather than technical. The Presidential envoy confirmed reports that Israel has asked that a definite time limit be set for acceptance or rejection of the plan, while reports from Cairo had indicated that the Arabs—who have been stalling for a long time already—want even more time to consider the matter. Mr. Johnston had" met with Prime Minister Moshe Sharett and informed him of the course of his most recent talks with the Arabs, j who had "not yet reached any final conclusion." COMMUNIST ARMS BEGIN FLOWING INTO EGYPTIAN HANDS Washington Officials Feel Resumption Of Development Plan Will Start War NT HELD UNCLEAR muniiy Meets Bailey Plan 'ft; Public School Religious Instruction With Mixed Feeling ith mixed feeling it is impossible to teach deute Supt. Thornmocracy in a Godle*s atmosphere Rlley's move in Tallahas.ee fP a plan for non-sectarian 1 training in the public na| l told .: cabinet mcetCOlltCTED Jairo to Draft |8-Year-Qids ON (JTAiThp F • church or Sunday school," he add** %  *•* has 3gS* ^ md *** faCt ^ th y 8 mihtary service law providal| ?'. lM "' y n ll,arv s "viportS 2! iiena at age l8 5J?.u here Wtl| nesday. luL "^ ,lr "' obtain 'of a !" **• %  tor pur^/"^' % %  ^ •ntractfl-om ,hT ,nt s ,s ** connt iflJ? Kuvern !" nt. GovBiribuSJ-T" "-reportedItamptT/n mh S Ml "y WASHINGTON (JTA)—In the wake of Arab opposition to the Johnston Plan for regional water cooperation. State Department sources expressed concern this week lest Israel resume work on the Bnot Yaacov development project. These sources fear that a resumption of work by Israel, even in' Israel territory, may start a war. Israel ceased work at Bnot Yaacob when Syria and that he intends calling a seesion of outstanding teachers in Florida to work out plans for the training. Appearing early last week at the cabinet meeting. Bailey explained that he will bring together representatives of the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish faiths as consultants. Bailey said he had been concerned for some time over the lack of religious emphasis in the schools. "A lot of children never go to through school without hearing about such things makes them think it isn't important." According to Bailey, teachers will'be asked to work out an instructional guide which will emphasize the religious concepts on which the nation is founded and cite expressions of faith by national leaders from George Washington to President Eisenhower. Rev. Wilfred, P. Harman, execu Continued on Pag* 9 A Samuel Friedland greets Moshe Sharett on the occasion of the Israel Foreign Minister-designate's last visit to Miami in June, 1952. Mr. Sharett is expected to arrive here Nov. 16. brought about United Nations intercession highlighted by a temporary American suspension of economic aid as a punitive measure against Israel. An Israel spokesman said recently that Israel could not wait indefinitely for Arab agreement to the Johnston plan. Reports from Cairo described the plan, conceived as a formula for peace, as on the ..verge of collapse because of Arab : hostility. %  Meanwhile, the of Comnv.ini.-t trnu to Egjrpt i. seen by S 1 Department leaders as indicative of much greater danger than a new n River Incident. Sec. Dulles is known to view the CommunM• inn deal as one of the world events since World V.'ar II. George V. Allen, Assistant Sec; rotary of State for Near Eastern Affair*, indicated in an address here Ibis week that the likelil of an Bgyptiai on Israel is increased by cm rent developments. Department officials previously held that no danger existed of an Arab invasion of Israel. Despite Israel's admitted jeopardy. State Department circles indicated Wednesday that they do not expect the State Department to take immedinte action to aid Continued on Page 7 A Moshe Sharett Will Visit Here for Bonds Moshe Sharett. second Prime Minister of the State !of Israel, first Foreign Minister and now Foreign Minister-designate of. the young Middle East republic, will be honou#d at a Dinner of State in the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach. Wednesday. Nov. 16 Sharett will arrive in the United States shortly before the dinner for a rapid tour in behalf of State of Israel Bonds. Greater Miami was one of the few communities in the country selected for the visit of one of two men who has held the highest cabinet post in Israel. Samuel Friedland, one of the community's outstanding civic, business and religious leaders, has accepted the position of dinner chairman, according to Jacob Sher. Sher, chairman of the Greater Miami committee for State of Israel Bonds, said a top-level dinner committee is now being formed to work with Friedland to "insure the success of this dinner honoring our distinguished visitor." Friedland, national co-chairman of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and president of Continued on Page 10 A



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. I: 11 RU'K JR IE OF APPLICATION fOR TAX DEED File 51856 BKN HI city Sum • I if Jn-'. Ci tlfli ate |\ eon In %  load I i' i the '. miP %  i I'aav TO, in ,,f • orlda |iro|H rl v a-aa In bf I'NKNOWN i ..ii il accord.. i'.. i .-mi I Nov. Mil., i. Al' A I B LKVTIILLMA.V II 'I.III t, ill n N %  • ,-TI URKT r I '" • l-.-piitv fieri. .II 4 CE J? V PUBLICATION LEGAL NOTICi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai the undaralaned. dv.ilrlnato .-man.in bualnea under th Mctltloui name of HELEN BAR, .i loot) uih HI .Miami Reach, Intrnus to rcajlatei name with tiv Clark '.f the Circuit (',.111 i ,.f I M.I.i 'nunt y, Floi I.I.I WILLIAM (3RBKN, Sol, Own. i 10/14-2 111 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN tint tinundereticnrd], dealrlna. i-engage in bualnea under the fictitious name of NAN WILLIAM, al IM1 Ba) Road, Miami Beach, In tend %  to restate) name ith the Clerk >.f the circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida NAN KOVEN lft'll-21-28 — 11M IN THE CIRCUIT COU.-(T OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183S35 MVItNA KAUFMAN BERNKTBIN, Plaintiff, LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B li \I:I:Y K \I Ll.l/AUKTII NOTICE HARRY TO: -I .IRCUT COURT OF THE fH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF U N AND FOR DADE •N CHANCERY. No. 183407 'ICOLUN's,.plalntlff, E&SEHXX* n**t JVIT FOR DIVORCE l 'RAN riii. i. INS E Raby : He 5 1 [ fled thai a Bill required M your Anawei or I plalnl on %  it AI orn< VLTiifit li. ml in '"""' l rile the bnlw l: \"' "-' "' 'he of. kf hi,',', V' ''"' "" Court fcu(,u,"', ll; November, PWiiM.i,. -,. | mumant by .ilJ;V" %  • M ''y> <• %  > eaaeaded in ,,„. : „, of I %  ibliahed OQM Deviai '" weeka iSli H ''"'iH'IAN IKII al Miami. •) of Septamber, ^EATRERMAM, • Court, %  KIM;. KK..M..V • ''"' I te^L^-^u— k'n Ml H &v HIVKN ia In F'-rvx, .in,,,-. ,.f l!lv ':-\ T,,V: '""'•' %  A""i namJ Intend* i., '" Oade Count/, gSr&'TKRl'ltlKKH INC. IM \N .in I K Ail'M \.\. D. %  • ndanta BY PUBLICATION K VI KM AN ami ELIZABETH WALKMAN 114 Sth Sir.-. I I ,i h muni, w.-t Vlrpjlnla rOU ARE HEREBY N'OTIEIED that MVIt.NA KAllMW BERNSTEIN, a Plaintiff, has tiled a Complalnl in the above Court to foreclose a MortKRfce anain-t the following real r i,.|i.rty. lyini; mil l.clna: situatiIn >aPlat thereof, re'orded In Plal Book 4.1 at Page SI of the PiililiRaoorda of Dade County, rTorlda; together with the ImproYementa thereon. You are re<|iiia;il W> agtve B copy ol your Answer or other i>l>-a-llng upon Plaintiff's Attorney, MILTuN A. FRIEDMAN, 1013 Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, and to file tbe original of aalil Anauer or other iileadliiK in the office of the Clerk of the above c.iirt. on or before the Hiii day of November, I9r,s. if you fall t,. t %  so, JIKIKIIH'III ii\ default will be taken aKulnst you f-.i tinrelief raqueated In the Complaint. Dated at Miami. Florida, this IL'lh ,1 LJ ,,r October, 19 i: B LEATHERMAN, ci, ii; i 'Ircull c,,ii, i Its I. HNEEDEN, (Circuit C,uri Si-.ill Deputy Clerk 10/14 -21-2M — 11/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 183505 HEL.EN ROSEN, Plaintiff HERMAN ROSEN, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T<' HERMAN Rl "SEN JI ii,.1... % %  ', .1,1 Park D Bra Newark, New Ji ^ on are herebj r tlfled that a i "omplaint for Divorce baa ben filed against you, and you are > •-.-i \ %  a copj "f ) out Anaw ci 01 i Ing to the Ci.moiaini on the Plalntlff'a attorney, ALA'IN 8 CAWN, Lin ,,in Road Buildlna. M laml Beai h, Florida, and file the original Answer ,-r Pleading In the office of the Cli rk of ihi' I: ill c '.>Mi an or befot ::i ~i day of i i.-i1..1,19 i fall ludgmenl bj default will be taken .for iirell manded in the 'omol DONE AND ORDERED In Miami. da, this 17th day of September, L it LEATHERMAN, Clei k, < 'ir, ult '"'in. Dade Counts Floi B) R H RICE, n: siM .i Deput) Clerk ; %  l" 10 ." 14-11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51912 Notice la herebj given thai MAX I: RIL.VER, Truatee, hold, i a of cit\ of Miami Tag Bale Certificate Numb< red ISS, dated the lal da) ol June, A D IMS, h ta filed tald Certlflcat< in my office, and haa made applloatlon foi 'IN -1 1 i" laaue tl ii toordance a itii law, Bald i %  cate embraces the following described property, altuated in Dade County, Florida, to wit; Lot IS. ink 4. flarden City, Plal Book ".. Pace TS, In the City of Miami. Count) of Dada, Btata of Florida The aaaeaaotenl of raid property under the Certificate Isaued was In tinname of I'NKNOWN. L'nleaa aald Certificate ahall ba redeemed i I iiu: to law. i.i\ deed will laaue thereon ..n the nth da) of November, A i> -i this 4th da) of c tobi i. A..D i: II LKATIIEItMAN, Clerk of en, nil Court, I lade • 'ount) Florida By N C bTERRETT. (Circuit Court Baal) Deputy CI rk la/7-l4-SI-SS — n/4 ^^_^^_ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tut BSiig FtfSBSi. PiSnufiri^,as^K\sr : v N '(l .:)' '",V : "' :| -''"B,8 town m.:^V K l-.u::^". 1 V,; ,; 'U JllHN c.Mti-i, MRb. JOHN L'ARBITA, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION""" SUIT FOR MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE "UN CICCAR1ELLO also known %  JOHN CHB'AREI I I '•LI.A CICCARIELLO, ;, l.,' 1 ,'","" 1 ; ANOELA CHICAl.l-.l.l .1. |,iWife, '• || I nil.,I Avenue, tai JOHN CICCARIKLU), alao known ni JOHN CHU.'ARELLI, and ANGELA CICCARIELLO, also known lOBLA HICARELLI, ii-Air, ','"• heieb) notified thai a'Complalnl ["!. '". 'losure of Mortgage or in.in Dad. Co inty, Flor,\ i i. LOTS L'l and i"J .,f PARADING PARK, to the plal Hi. ioi recorded in Plat Book IS al ; of the Public Re. orda of I' I. Couni Flo Ida has been filed agalnal you and ) o i are required t-, sei \ e a copy of your \n awer or Pleading to the Bill of Complain! "ii Hi, olalntlfl %  An-. OEOROE CHERTKOF", m Olympla Building, Miami J2, Florida, and Rle the original Answer or Pleading in fflce of the Clerk of the Cln ull Court on or before the IMM day of November, 1955. if you fail to do BO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for tinrelief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Tins Notice ahall lapubllahed once each a/eek for four consecutive weeks in TDK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN DONE and ORDERED ul Miami. IIOI Ida, this isih ,|av %  .I ), -|..l., i. A L, 1955 L r; LEATHERMAN, 'l.-rk, 'Ircult Court, I ..ni. Count)*, Florida By: W.M. w STOCKING, (Circull Court s.-aii Deput) Clerk (JEORGK CHERTKOF Attorne) foi Plaintiff 101 S10 Olympla Building i S2, Florida |c 21-J8 II ill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 183996 l.rcii.Li: KALPHAT, Plaintiff, \ i HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, Defi ndant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, J7 >M Hope Road, i >la uai %  JAMAICA. BRITIKH WEST IN I. IKS V,.n. ii,.aald HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, are herel notified that ,i BUI of Complaint for Divorce luu been ffled againsi you, i i are required 1 serve a copy ,.i your An01 Pleading to the Bill of Complaint "i. the plaintiff's Atti PHILLIP c. FJNGELRERG, S04 Rop. I Bldg M H i-: Si 'I Avenue, ., I' .-: \ ami fi!.Hi -r oi Pleading In the offl i I id., ci. rk or I ult Court on or i.i fore the tlsl da) of Novembei II -..,. ... Judgment b di fault iil be taken agalnal you for ,ii.f .1. manded In the Bill of Compla iii Tin. i, itl. %  sh ,:i I,.publish. -I | i, week foi f >ui on i i utB • w. eka in TDK JEWISH I L.'IMt'lAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, this 13th da) of I Wtol er, A D B, B LEATHERMAN, Cler I lade Count). Flo Id I B) I. SNEEDEN, [It Court Seal) Deputy Clerk PHILLIP 'i BNOF:LBERG, Attorney for Plaintlfl ;:ni Roper Building. SO H E Ird Ave Mian i S2, Florida l 21-38 ,— 11/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HLUKLY GIVEN that the iind.rsiKii.d. desiring t engage In bualnea under the fictitious name ol ALTON CLASS A MIRROR, al 1484 Alton Road, intends 1" reglel name with the Clei k of Ole Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACH! BTEIGER, Sole Owner 10/1121-S S — 11 /4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to eiiaage in bualnea Under the fictitious name "> THE ciKT MAIL at l05 Colllna Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the IITK of the Circuit court of Dade county. *" %  %  MAURICE M w.M. ill KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys foi The .lift Bai 10/7-14-Sl-tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the uiid.rsiitn.'d. dealrlng to enaage "J bualriea under the flrtltlous name ol TRI'-TONK RECORDINtl STI I"" I Not In. I. at 1114 > W Ml. Street. il n. register said name with tne clerk of 1 ill Court of Dadi LA It BY H UNN HENRY STONE IEL foi Tlll-Tolle Ite, ordliiK St 14-SI-SS County i MAN IAlto NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183990 HERBERT I-' HEWITT, Plaintiff, \ s HI'E HEWITT, Defendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE in BITS HEV. ITT Klmberl) Hotel 74th Btreel al Broada [) New York '' New York Y,..'i a..hereby notified thai a Bill „ f Complaint for Wvprce hat. been filed agalnal YOU, and you are required to s.rve a COD) of v-m A %  war oi Pleading to the Bin of < omplaint on the Plaintiffs AUorney, K ;i;i: A OBRIEN S07 <>>mP Building, Miami. •• % %  ""' r "" '" ortelnaf An.wer or Pleading In the offl f the Clerk ol the circuit ,rt on or bel the i ith da) of November 155 if you Wl to do so. piV, n. l.v default will be taker, JBG3 .on'for ,!,.-. r.ii.f demanded i n the Bill of Complalnl This notice shall be publlahed once ea-h week for rout conaecullve weeks ;-l JEWISH F1-ORIDIAN "'li NL \NL ORDERED a; Miami. .. IM.S. nth day of October, AD. r ; LEATHERMAN, Cirk, Circuit Court, |,,,|,. c.iinn I Ml HNEEDEN, ,,•„,„. Cour s.ai put) I lerk iWvmp'S SS&ffi. -•••". "^|0 !1-S I' •• ••" %  u rsrJ w eT !" u '., %  'Zf &&&, suwar JOHNSON. LEVENSON JPERRT 11 4-11 LEGAL NOTICE name i ml t'ogrt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that "" arslgned, dealrlng to engage in ouBlnea undi i the fl. tlfloua name of A I BQI II'MENT SALES, at 8098 i Avenue, Intend to register with the Clerk of the Clr"f I i.ule i '..liiuy, I,, Idii PATRICK AN WILLIAM CI;SAI; MAX P. I Atti.i II. y for A C K>i lipm.at -"' Hi i a) ne Building n l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the in.-1. i Igni -I .. i Ins 1 undei the H< lltio if I'lNCAN MOTOR8 COMPANY tnol In. i. at 1180 N.W :.;ili .re. t. M Florida, int. id lo gist. I said name with the %  leqh ol the Circull Coul i "f 1 >ade I '•. ,n i lot 1.1 i HARRY SOROSKY ECGENE Si IROSKY ELRY 8T1 INK IIa n Motors Compai II 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desli ing to bualnea undei the fl. tltlous nan.. ,,t ILOR IDA 8ALE8 %  .. al SSI N K Ti'th street. Intend i" reglstei na with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court "i Dade County, Florida WILLIAM KROLAND LARRY SCHLl 'KBER. : lu 21-11 lll-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng t.engage in bualnea under the fictitious name of VILLAGE TAVERN, al 1101 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends to ii-i'i : i 1.1 name with the 'l.-i k of the I 'ir. nit com i of i lade I bounty, 1 lori.la. GEORGE P. Mi Nl-Y HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2o20 Weal F ugh i si Miami. Florida 10/21-18 — 11 4-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In bualnea und. the flctll iou na KIRK JEWELERS, nt 26 N.E. l-t Ay.. Miami, l-'la Intends I" i. 8 said name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of I 'ado County, Florida. KIRK JEWELERS, INC SHAPIRO I RIED, Attorn. Attorneys for Applicant 120 Lincoln Load la 21-18 li 4-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A In It. ESTATE I 'I bAKA JAMROZ. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraoni H vDemanda Against Said Estate v %  ami aah of you, are hereb) notified and i equlred t" pr. claims and demands which you. or .nil.if you, ma) have agalnal the BARA JAMROZ, dec. late of Dade County, Florida, t" the il.,n W. IBLANTON and FTtANK l M i\V LIN.:. County Judges of l... I. .'ounty, and file 1 he same In iiiin i he i 'ount) '"in thouae in i lad. County, Florida, within eight calendai T it ha from the date ,.f the first publication hereof. Bald claims or de in. ,n ito i %  he legal a am will 1933 the claimant and i" be sworn t-, iforesaid, or same be barred. Bee Bectton u-' of the Probate A. I i late i N ton. 11. A.D l-l: VNCI8 -I JAMRl '/. Aa Administrator ol the Estate of SAI:A i JAMROZ, Dec. OROROE CHERTKOF Attorne) foi Administrate .-..i? ol) mpla Building, Miami It, i la in 2J-S8 II 4-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH HLTNKIt. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Bald FJatati YOU, ami eaeh of you are hereb) notified ami required i-> present any claims ami demands which you, pi either of mil, ina> have against the esta f JOSEPH Hl'TNER, de ad late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices I" the Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands t it..in the legal idol tini laiinant and lo 1'e BWOI n to and presented as aforesaid, Or same iii inbarred. Bee Bectlon 7St.il of the 194.". Probate A. I 1 mte .'. toii.r 17. Al' IIS.. HERBERT H HDTNER MILTON Hl'TNER BERNARD Hl'TNER SYLVIA MEHLER AKxeeiitors "f the laist Will ami Testament of JOSEPH III' I NLK l>., eased. HERBERT II HITNER !.-..-, lM.xel ,\y, Miami Beach Fla. Attorney foi Bernard Hutnei las i >!\ mpla IIMK Miami in 2i-ta ii 4-n NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36340-A in Re: ESTATE OF IKVI.N CAHN, i i -i To All Creditors ami All Persons Having claims or Demands Againsi t. You. and each of yon, a; hi iiwtltit-.i ami required to present any %  •lalins and demands which either of you, may have against tho of IRVIN CAHN. deceased late of Dade county, in,ui,ia. to the Hot • 'ounty Judges of Dade County, ami file the s.mie in I In ir offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, i i"i Ida, %  tli %  II eight call mi.ir months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald olalma or demand to contain the lega i add of the elaimant ami t, I,,sworn to and presented aa aforesaid, oi same win be bai ..li.i 7. A.I I!'"..". PERN I'NGER, As Ex., utrix of the Lasi Win and 'r.-si.iin.-nt of IRVIN CAHN, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN \ LALLAN Attorneys for Estate 10/14-21-2K — II I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th I derslgned, dealrlng to engage In bualnea under the flctltkmi LAYS LAL, ,,i mi w. Piagler sir.-ei. intend to i • iId name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. VIOLA JOLLIFFE WINIKBKD POEHLMAN KESSLER & c.Alts Attorneys for Applicants 1782 W Flagler St. 10 i 1-21-88 — 11/4 A neighbor's child falls out of a tree in your back yard. Does your liabilityinsurance provide) funds for the medical bills? For the oiMwer to this, or •ny other insurance queirioa SEE Arthur M. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street %  .•praienltng THE TIAVUERS. Hartford ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti Meridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ... i Phone 2-4366 lor messenger service ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! 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Page 14 A tit fkrkffrn Fridc Services In Grearter Miami's Houses Of ty ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will, arc at_8:30. Rabbi Aric Becker will bold Fridav evening services at officiate and preach OH the topic: 5:30. Late services are at 8:IS,("Predestination and Free Will. when Rabbi B. Loon Hurwitz, Class in Tallinn I precede-, the sen preaches on the topic: "The Vineice at 8. Class in Bible will be yards We Plant." Maurice, son of | held at 5 p.m.. followed by Mincha Mr. and M become Ba clay morning service* at 9. ors] riant. .'Maurice, son ui i m-m i > F" 1 • iwn"*" "• ~ Urs. Harrv Fishman. will and Shales Seudos ll<>>tart Ml ar Mitzvah during Satinand Mrs. O.-car Zwechkriibaum. inu services at 9. TEMPLE EMANUEL will hold TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will' Friday evening services at 6. Sathold Friday evening services at | urday morning services arc at 9. 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot and the Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officicongregation will welcome the 157 newest members of Temple Israel. Subject of the sermon is: "The Tower of Babel and the American Legion." Saturday morning serv ices are at 11. Steven, son of Mr and Mrs. Richard H. Bindley, will become Bar Mitzvah. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will bold Friday evening sen ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramowit! will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Olive Branch." Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the htnr Saturday morning serviceare CANDLIUGHTING Tim Heshvan 5 — 5:28 p.m. MIAMI SYNAGOGUES E LINCOLN ROAD ih M jDrtfoMka ate. with Cantor Philip Brawnier rendering the musical portionof the litnr:\\ Stephen, son 01 Mr. ( and Mrs Albert Peiffer, will .become Bar Mitzvah. Daily servces will be in the chapel at 8 am and ;.t 8:30 Dcvera and David Perm-. ; pm twin daughter and son of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Dernis, will become Bu and Bar Mitzvah Choir will be under the direction of Eli Samuels. FLAGLER • GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold ij.^g i on the topic. The Man \N ho Miss ed the Boat." Cantor Lou BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services al sundown. Saturday morning sen ices are at 8 3(1 Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will officiate and preach Gartenhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior serviceare at 1(1 a in in Yeshiva Hall CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN | TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Rabbi Morris Skop will j preach on the topic: "Learning Things the Hard Way Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Friday evening services at Saturday morning services are at 9. Harold, son of Mr and Mrs (ieorge Malm, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi I,eo Hcim will officiate and chant the musical portions of the liturgy Mincha is at 6 p.m.. followed by Maariv. AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning serviceat 5:45. Saturday morning services are at 9 Sandy. r „ „. B son of Mr and MrAbraham Shathe Center choir under the direc piro. will become Bar Mitzvah Ran tion of Robert Strassburg. Satur In 1-aac Ever will officiate and i day morning services are at 9:45. preach on the Week!) Portion Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Daily services are at 8 am. and Holtzman. 1911 SW 32nd ct.. will 5:49 p.m. become Bar Mitzvah. a • • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood WEST M,AMI JEWISH CENTER will bold Fridaj evening services Wl n l(l Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi David Shapiro will •''' 5:30. I.ate services are at 8:30 officiate Saturdaj morning servP m • Wl,n Rabbi Alfred VYaxman are at 9 Billy, son of Mr and officiating and preaching on the j MrMichael Kahn. will become ,(,nic: "Pillars of the Congrega-| Bar Mitzvah Rabbi will preach on ,ion •" Mr and Mrs Ben Serkin and GREATER A a o v AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW IN*TITUT'—62! 1 BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION l< nalrlRV< 0 the* | Rabbi 11 Alt NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER I Wth si. |vp. Rabbi Mavei Abramowlti t'antur l-Mwnrel Klln TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 1144 CbftM %  '••• %  l.ll>cral Rabbi Laofl Rronlak i 'antor SMIIIMI Igfctami TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1101 W.-mlilnalon nve. ConaefVatlva. Rabal Irvlna Lehrman Qmator Philip Bnimmar. BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—.li'l Til Washington avr. OrtBOdox Rabbi Tlbor si.rn Cantor Maurice MamrhM. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION I EucUd a\c orthodox. Rabbi JoMpB i: K.I kovakjr. HEBREW ACADEMY •' Orthodox. Rabbi Al ..,,,1. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION—Ml.'i Kuc-lid av. orthodox Rabbi i. ,1,1, i; Caplan Cantor Abraham s-if. TORAH TEMPLE —1-M Weal aV. American Jwliiiftnt. Rabhls Abraham I CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—T.'O Pi If HI l.lh-rnl. Rabbi Vforrli Shop Cantor Irvlni Roblnsoa ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II Zatnofa %  <• % %  H.ilibl B. Hurwlti Cantoi Rddolpti Hrill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION -111 NW :inl av. Orthodox Rabbi k. i HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH 6HOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD—17i:. Monroe at Hollywood arvatlvi Rabbi Bamutl U TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD— 2OS0 Polk • at ,.*> Woo\ Ponafrvu! \. Kiil'bl I'iivld Shapiro i'antor Yrhudah TTelnVruiiii. TEMPLE EMANUEL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1801 f$outf\, Andrews av*., Ki Laude-rdala Reform Rabbi Mnrius Ran*' H l A L t: AHMIAMI. SPRtNGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-951 Kaat 4th avr. r,.„\ i' i\ • %  NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL187 NK ISth st R.-'orm. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi BmerltuBi Cantor Jacob Borneteta. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDS CENTER — 6i00 North Miami av*. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Haraon t*antor Albt-rt <;lnnta. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION —lttel NW ITlli :.v. FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—00 NW 51st pi Conservative. Rabbi Lee Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—11S30 Woat Pixie hwy. Conae-rvatlvr. Rabbi Henry Ohollca. Cantor Maurice N< i NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION— IStth at. and NR II th av*. < 'on-i i \ ,il i\ •• K.it'l'i Isa.i l.'-i -r SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION—IJK9 Coral Way. lonaervallve. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE MM SW Srd ave. Conservative Rabbi Yaakoi Roaanbars. BETH EL CONGREGATION — T.ftn SW 17lh ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Bhinaryahu T. Bwlraky. Cantor i.>uls (Jarienhaus. ISRAELITE CENTER 1IHS s\V Htli ter. Conervatlvc. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Bamuel Balkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION—1101 KW 12th av*. Orthodox, Rabbi Blmon April Caatoc Barala Kelmer. WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER -572o SW 17lh at. Cona*rvatlve Alfred Waxman I,; "' v serv 'ce s will and(i:i„ Pm l!ib aia f T 0RAH TEMPI! ,, ^y morning a S RahWs Abraham^ 9 will officiate. • NORTH DADE ja-J T win hold Jjsfl !"!" a. 8:15. Ra? %  "". officiate 5" ho op,c "Rel lgi0P a Schools Cantor m^ render ,he mu ca ^ ,h l,,ur 8ySaturdav Mrvfces are at 9 ?. m Mr and Mrs H^l ; Henry Barenblan. } 196th M. w,|| becomeBj,? • • MONTICELLO PARK GATI0N will hold services at 6 OnegSfcilowsjholateseniceatjj Rabbi Isaac Urerdwua i i ous Personalities of Pet and Mrs. Henrv PincuTI 161*1 tor., will be hosuj of their son. Bernard.1 Bar Mitzvah during SaUi ing sen-ices at 9. Junior, will be at 10:30. Mincha i p.m. Preceded by i mud. v BETH ISRAEL TION will hold F services at 5:30. Saturday! services are at 9. Ratal Rottman will officiate on the Weekly PortioaBible will be at 4:20 pi is at 5:20 p.m., followed >] Seudos. Daily services 7:30 am. and 5:30 pjn. TENSE NEI HI call for STRONGER Yet! conclude the Saturday morning 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m., with Sunj day services scheduled for 8 a.m. i the topic: "The (antor Yehudah render the musical portion! of the liturgy Daily morning serviceate at 9. • • • True Leader." 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Page 8 B +Jenist flcridlibri Frid Koshruth seal on the front of the label. Perhaps it's the mellow beans, themselves, packed in a tasty tomato sauce that has no equal. Perhaps it's a combination of both reasons. How about Heini Kosher Vegetarian Beans today? They're "pareve" as well as Kosher And so, so easy to prpaf I Select either label! They're both the same beans HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS STRICTLY KOSHER VI6IT'*\, BEANS Of OtTHODOX "r-V-,,!* 1



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Wber 2l.J955__ .*Lks*MJ&rM&2r) Page 5 B ; Liy pleased (left) at the results of the I Bonds' women's division luncheon at Liers hotel are (left to right) Miss LUKodman, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Sidbazier. Miss Goodman, vice president [Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah, Bed, and Mrs. Glasser, former Israel I chairman, reported on the recent na, mobilization conference for Bonds in Lqton. Glazier, city manager of the lopment Corporation for Israel, also i at the session, attended by 100 workLadies Will See Narrated Film Mi mbership "bruncheoa" of the attend the and arrate a fJlm demonstration of tunction m ,,,'. Srl heraMde room the work done in tuberculosis, can-.1 the Algiers. ers. Talking over plans (right) for the forthcoming visit to Greater Miami of Lt. Col. Dina Werth, training commander of the Israeli women's army, are (left to right) Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Lillian Grahm and Mrs. Frances Rubin. Mrs. Bernstein is chairman of the collections committee for Bonds at the North Shore Jewish Center. Mrs. Grahm is the new director of the women's division. Mrs. Rubin is a Trustee of Israel, having purchased SI0.000 in Israel Bonds for the second straight year. Completely Air Conditioned VMI ItSMN KOSHIt POOOt KOSHER RESTAURANT A DELICATESSEN A Unique Experienct in Dining Pleasure Delicatessen to Take Kama DINNER FROM $1.35 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. Oper. Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. OPPOSITE CITY HAH MIAMI IEACH Saturday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Woman's Army Commander to Visit Miami Area Ltinued from Page 1 B mediately before and after [war ol Independence). Led at rlerxliah OymnaTTel Avh and at the SorIwhere she studied mediae married Dr. Rudolph ind in 1936 returned to I with him There -he be[nur>e il rah Hospital K'altey i I I the Ari i their ati the Jewish settlements in le. she joinc! the Haganah, las a nurse With the <>ut|World War 11. the Wcrths enlisted in the British Army. Dr. I Werth as a Major in the medical corps, his wife as a private in the women's army. After service in | Egypt, Dina Werth returned to I Palestine with the highest non-' commissioned rank in the British Army — Regimental SergeantMajor. After the war, she pioneered [n the immigration of North African Jews, then still considered "•illegal." Jntt' a> the Israel War of; Independence approached. Dil %  Werth WAS sent to Scandinavia, where she encouraged volunteers | to join the Haganah. From there she also sent funds, ambulances and equipment for a 100-bed hospital to Israel. At the end of 1948. she returned to Israel and joined the Army as a Major. For the next two years she wad director of the Middle --ection of the Jewish AsenCjr's Absorption Department, work Ing seven days a week to help the hundreds of thousands of newom ers. Later she visited South America on a year's mission. When she came hack to Isnn-1. she was promoted to the rank of LieuttnantColonel. %Rttz


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Page 8 A +JeistiitorXMar} J^O**^ Temple Emanu-EI Students Become Consecrated During Saturday Service Temple Emanu-El's annual conFrancos Yavers, Claudia Dahah. secration service lor new students Steven Mianan, Joseph Pit*. of the religious school took Grade IB religioui school: place Saturday. Oct. 15, during the : Leah Aberbach. William Beck 9 a in. Sabbath service, according Neil Heckerman. vm to Rabbi Irving I-chrman. "Children in the kindergarten and first gride of Sunday school, as well as students of grades IA nnd IB of the daily rell [lous School, at th;it time VOWed t" pon Be ich Your, District at the home of Anne Suasman. 1551 Michigan eve North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, take children ol St. Joseph's Orphanage to Delmonico hotel, Miami Beach, for a swim party. Watching three of the children are mnn^K 0 Arthur Nemter and Leo Steinman, co-chairmen of the children's commUSy2T" Mary Alb rt of *2£Movie stars Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell will be J by B'nai B'rith at a dinner dance in Lo= Angeles on! Oct. 23. Happily married and devoted parents fa selected as "Mr. and Mrs. American Citisen of !-*•* Angeles Lodge No. 487 ol B'nai B'rith "because of anticipation in philanthropic and civic activities and tsCj sistent {forts to create better understanding among JJ pie." Glenn Ford, star of "The Blackboard Jung* rupted Melody" and "The Trial," and his wife arej volved in producinq an educational TV show cauea of Our Children." The award present-on v on this show Nov. 7. Dr. Weidbertj Will Attend JDCMeefi Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg. promiof the nation •jj^fl nent Miami Beach civic leader, will uranis an I ,,,fnn, £" tai'i attend the 10th annual meeting of. social uVaiminauu the National Council of the Joint si(l!l ol Jews from cm* Defense Appeal Oct. 22 at the Ho ,, fraternities iw M Booseveit, New York. Dr. Weid( managcr ial berg is a national vice chairman of ^j,the Council. will %  !*> f ^V^i iho recent DullcF^'P 0 The National Council consists of Arab stt s: more than 1.280 civic and philanrael and me *" ^ thropic leaders throughout the essary to pr teC country who mobilize community (Trench-Moslem com" • support for JDA. fund raising arm ng ,,( Jeeti of the American Jewish Committee rn Europeand Anti Defamation League of H ,n J^_____—— B'nai B'rith. %  L i ftf' ff The Council meeting will be held Miami Slit**— ^ %  s an integral pert of the concur-1 The Sisterhood ret weekend sessions of the AJC ( brew School and ^ < executive board and the executive j bold a regular m*j committe of the ADL National c ial hall on T "*T Commission. I n- 2. it h b Communal cial frosn^p^l^rsPhiliPBe-**



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Itobw 21. 19'* SJgjigflpKfcg lor of Wednesday pridian Mis. Meyers added that she is "a linn believer in the separation of tnc council of I ^ Dr. <-lark^ Emery, Professor of | church and state, which has been L e d fr m Pa9# A (approve of the general idea." Schools With Mixed told The thai I ,! think linly not Lof n-liuion v er, a need for English at the University of Miami, I m existence since the foundation said that "Supt. Bailey has made of this nation. Fine aeholara and an extremely broad generalization I good, Godfearing men have Ltten away from God. I which does not seem susceptible produced under this system and I ot he for secUT of proof." see no reason for a sudden in the pubMrs Anna Brenner Meyers chan e member of the Hade County Board School board member Mrs Fred of Public Instruction, told The Vo loh indicated thai she "would however, a neeu w Jew1gh FiorW j an tha t "I am opdefinitely want to see Supt. Bail fcainir.; i llu scnoolh posed to having any religious traine >'" n!an before I can say anyfain expl.i' 1 ,nat the in 8 or Rib,e slu(| V in tne public ,nin 8 about it. I came here from IJ [orhidden and schools or such training and study Butler. Pa., where the public .A hildren to beunder the supervision of the school system permitted ooe-hall ipon le."' s < m schools. The United States Su h ul of religious instruction two | 10 think about rcii„Kn preme Court nas upnel( | h( C()n afternoon, each week." a, ReHgion is accepted sl jtutionality of keepin [ schools Mrs. Vosloh said that, under the Lral community, and I free from any kind of religion. Butlersystem, students were perand why il shouldn't training." m itted to go to their own temple i^ Ifcriard Jabhi.l taarics %  COB SNEIDER Bj)Kl'i ..'" mil. 1 Hi from .1 i *ui II, *i'i ran. .i ilauahtor, [n Ink -.. "> rk; and lUdn.v. On ha, Nl> "i I n*qii. ii' '" %  >• %  • %  i MN'Mi' %  !%  s I njvei •. %  %  : %  i' h Moipel, Wi'li-''! ,IM-, with Ht. Sebo '• %  %  i'V. [KATIE 1. FRIEDMAN gw : i i' i 11 • H. %  '">•• Ian. I F(tt sen' I" Thap'l JCOB OBERFTST h\\ li il' I two li.rty. S>!\ y ,. tn .••. i ft MfaiiI Tabbat Wiii Direr,! Seagram Markets The promotion of Bernard Tabbat to director of marketing for Seagram-Distillers Company, has been announced by Herbert W. Evenson, executive vice president. Tabbat leaves his post as administrative assistant to the executive vice president for his new assignment. During his nine-year tenure with the company, he has held a number of positions in the sales department and has risen in the ranks through a succession of executive sales post. Prior to joining Seagram's, Tabbat served in the United States Army. He entered the Army as a private in 1942 and rose to the rank of captain prior to his discharge in 1946, when he served on the headquarters staff of the New York Post of Embarkation. He is a member of Seagram Post 1283 of the American Legion. A graduate of the City College of New York with a BS degree in education. Talil.al was I high school t< u her in the New York public schools system in l!)ll and 1942, anil owned an insurance brokerage business from 1938 to 1942. Tabbat, his wife, Bernice, and lheir three young children live at Pell Terrace, Garden City, Long Island, N.Y. Miamians Buy Defray Property One of Florida's most famous ranches, the (y Moak Ranch in Defray Beach, was purchased this week by Irving Kipnis and Morris Becker for an estimated S700.000. The 1.135-acre property, which includes a private lake, employ, over 70 persons to maintain the vast amount of livestock, vegetable farms and grounds. Kipnis and Becker have taken immediate possession, of their new holding. F* BFLLF. S FINK f r.< r %  t M Home, [ BESSIE COOPER i 1 • i ho North — ifc-j ,.i li {tSUII S4TANOV 'li Minn Reach, I %  n.'l ,... Mm i.. i • i li me NORMAN GERSTMAN l f <„,,.uifcr.i. „ re*!, 8 WEINSTE.N „ -' rrlon'fl i ill ii Mi ELFRANKEL [ I Mrs I • i : I.. i.nh.l Tne BIBLE IN ACTION: Three leadina participants in the first program of the radio series "The Bible in Action" exchange views on the significance of the Harvest Festival of Succoth in this land and in Israel. The 13-week series is being produced by Station WNEW in New York, with the cooperation of the American Zionist Council. It is being rebroadcast by other station* throughout the country. Participating in the first program were (left to riaht) the Hon. Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture; Rabbi Irvine, Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council and noted tpirttual leader; and His Excellency Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador to the U.b. ana head of the Israeli delegation to ths United Nations. Raymond Massey (not shown here) delivered the Biblical raadirfg. on tnnn enly Tl MM BIST SANiTASIUM BPinks ""i>0ing Director %  V* GIVE HIALE.M TIIK FOEIWAEII) MOK ROY F. WOODRUFF YOIR CIMJNCHJiAIi Pull Lever 37A Oct. 25th i IM Pol Ao> > or church and to be taught by their j own spiritual leaders. "If we could : do something along those lines, i i would certainly be for it. I am Protestant, and I certainly wouldn't want my children taught the precepts of Catholicism or Ju1 daism. I believe this would hold )lrue for honest. God-fearing parents of the Jewish and Catholicfaiths, as well." In a letter to The Jewish FloTIdian (see Letters to the Kditor, Page 5A). Rabbi [rving Lehrman, president of the G Rabbinical Association and pirf, tual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, said that "the main prol le to be, can a teacher teach a lb jeel without teaching himself — without injecting, into his lubject his own personal religion, be he Catholic, Protestant or Jew? No matter b>w he may try to remain non-sectarian, his approach to his subject is bound to be colored by his own background and religious convictions." Rabbi L-rhrman added: "The introduction of this type of sectarian tcachii'g is unquestionably a threat to • America's traditional foundation-stone — the separation between church on the one hand i and state and school on the other." According to Rev. Caxton Dog; gett, president of the Greater Miami United Nations Association and Minister of the Rader Memorial Methodist Church: "I'm not sure that I know of any plan that will be acceptable to Protestants. Jews and Catholics. If such a plan could be devised, I'd certainly support it, but I don't think any plan should be imposed on the school -ystem over any objections of the three major faiths. "I can not accept Supt. Bailey's statement that the schools are Godless anymore than I can accept the j statement that the nation is Godless. His plan will have to be made clearer." Bailey this week remarked thit I he realizes "there'll be some calculated risks, but I think all faiths will agree there is a God and we just want to emphasize that." He said he hoped to have the program in operation by summer. Page 9 A — s Scher Joins Peninsular Faculty Arnold I. Scher, attorney, has joined the faculty of Peninsular Institute as instructor in Federal income.^taxation, according to an announcement by Eli Hurwitz, director TO the Institute. Scher, partner in a Miami Beach lav/ firm, is a graduate of the Univer ity of Mami. He is a director of the Miami Beach Bar Association and is chairman of the legal education committee which nets the legal clinics including the tax clinic. ecfyual tody hat Private Room for 1 or 2 Persons with kitchen privileges if desired. Reasonable. 226 SAY. 22nd Ave. Ph. HI 6-6781. Private Family Offers Room & Board to Adults CAlt 9-7470 63 S.W. 11th STREET SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 34 T • %  'I in nuking :'.• horn*. Excellent ng background. 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Page 4 B ^Ji^istfkrktian Hadassah Launches Book Review Series Greater Miami chapter of Radaa had will launch ii seventh annual ill >s di current honk rei lew • al Nov R .it the Fountainebleau hold The opening \\ill ho in the form • ii a desert coffee a! noon in the rand half room of (ho hotol. Mr.-. 1 If. Weinstein will again o as reviewer for the aerie: These reviews arc presented in dramatic condensatona of publications chosen for entertainment value and for social significance .•ind educational qualities. Both fiction and non fiction are included In the series planned by coordinator Mrs Donald Murray, who serves for iho second in this capacity In charge ol subscriptions for the series air Mrs Harry I Ma-id. ticket chairman, and Mrs Murray Proceedfrom tinproject ior the child vocational pi' m Israel Children's Home Is Dedicated Dedicati m i i the B'nai B*i ith Children's Home in Israel, en i hi' B'nai B'rith Women of $250,000 Jerusalem '. • %  it W tile nil Woi ur.nl of I I the %  i ially armi es and friei I %  tistituf 11 body B'rith W tie Rabbi Skop to Speak si | % % %  nter, will : I %  Oi th I • neetii : the Louist Brandeis chapter of American J< w isfa i ongress oi Oi ; 24, at th COMING TO NEW YORK? S'oy ot Ihii modern 25"X story holt I. All rooms outside tipoiu't large. beouti fully furrmhtd t\ \ rooms with lilch n t II t. private both, fromSS.JO doily. Two room suites from SI SI F 2^0ct Qbt j Ten *t mt WIF PARR | W "HIN6TCK eJ • &f I WiITKn Mrs. Mabel T. Misner receives gift from Mrs. Raymond E. Feiner ior 20 years of service as principal of North Beach Elementary School. FACULTY AND PM AT LUHCMON North Beach Principal is Honored For Two Decades of Service Here Two North A ach Elementary ed on Saturday, when Mrs Mabel T Misner in the Algiers hotel tendered bj the offici ifacultj and moth • Teachers tion. rhi was also ated by the school, which was organized in 1933 at which time Mr was appointed its her do. Via., followed from Columi i eh Elementary befoi r duties BeflMi principal i rvicea to' chool," Mrs Raymond E Reiner nt of the PTA, ditrlmd ent-Ti group was fi rme i at the one tune the pened. 1 in the Scheherazade i ome ramen Mrs R A Grossman acted as chairman while Mrs Henry; 1> Williams was toast-mistreat Entertainment was provided by Vera Barry, dance team and the star Lighters orchestra. I" *; rlsi I '31 SPICUl MONTHLY IMESI Air i*4 c> -4 I MttWte in ,ti -^BEACON Iroodwoy at 75'h St.. New York Oicor W.ni-ob. Wonofmi 0 rtciar ARE YOU FA RB LU NJET? FREE Send today for y*r free copy of tfce wonderful now Jewish-English "Handbook of Familiar Jewish Words and Expressions". See 'verMMfer" on poet 34; also "Tiurcfceppenesh". So* "Mocfcen A Chtimk" en page 6. See 222 Jewish wards, expressions, definitions, tises, ote. Fun, laughs, tducationol far the whole family. f0 yvr tret copy, write f e; J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK CALVEKT DISTILLERS CORP. 405 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORKsl7, NEW YORK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY-The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Morris S.egel. 860 Meridian ave* was celebrated Hodges. The Siegels settled in Amerirr, IQ Y have resided on EL, Beach ^T^J^^lS engaged in the apartment house bueineae. ** LOOK FOR IT ON] PACKAGES YOU | Mese Products I Rabbinical Supc !?• M.W. FIFTH STRUT CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT] Best Aperitif in Town Teleph one 2-8125 OPEN NOW Authentic French Cuisine (CLOSED FRIDAYS) Am fie Parking' Good 121 N.L t&xnr/* 4 SUout Gait i .^ i LA .J H • ^ ^Lm '1^ m 1 m w e** 9 Good Food 1225 Wash:Miami Beac lg U&) -*— %  M "i!^ flncomporoblt atmosphere for BIRTHDAY PARTIES wciftittf wmmmm^mu cucBMnoNs V VAta'*"" i 1 **!* perfect, setting for* OT.eGB PARTIES ** %  • PTI£S • CfCRTAIl C4TIEIIICS m&tX** MIA* DELANO HOTEL "** MEMKft DiNDU CLUI



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Pa ge 6 A 9je*i&Jte&&L F ridc Temple Israel Men Will Install Hirsch Albert J. Hirsch will be installed president of Temple Israel Men's Club on Saturday evening, Oct. 22, at the Temple. Rabbi Joseph Narot will be installing officer. To assume office with Hirsch are Morton Grant, Frank Perlman and Ted Sandier, vice presidents; Harry Boyell, treasurer; and Fred Diamond, secretary and financial secretary. Board of directors will include Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, William I. Brenner, Herman Binder, Martin Fine, Jerome Freehling. Harold Friedman, Harold Golden, Edward Klein. Herbert Kaufman. Arthur S. Kahn. Sanford Levkoff. Judge Raymond Nathan. Loin Nelson, Max Shapiro, Paul T. Schoenberger, Murray Dubbin, Al Hellman and Hyman Kaplan, past president. President-elect Hirsch was recently named to the executive board of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, an honor accorded only to 60 men throughout the United States. He will attend installation ceremonies at the 16th bienniel convention of the organization at the Roosevelt hotel in New Orleans Nov. 3 to 6. His latest honor came last Frilay, when he was elected to the < row of Tent 33 of the Variety International Club In addition, among other organizations, he belongs to Southwe'.! Lodge 286. F. & \ M Scottish Kites. Shrine. 29'ers, Miami (irollo. Committee I 1000, Miami Shomon'i Assoeii non and the Fraternal Order of the i oiice Hiraeh i~ also a member of the Board of governor! of the (irt-ater Miami Jewish Federation Temple Israel Men's Club re Cently donated money for the iv ; of flood victimin the New hngland area. Dunes Staff Names Two Men Two additions to the Dunes staff were announced this week bv Jack Lieberbaum. president of the resort. Federation Sets $150,000 Goal A cash goal of $150,000 has been set by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation collections committee in the month of October, it has been announced by David Phillips, over-all Collections chairman. Meeting with a group comprising the large gift sub-committee, Phillips and co-chairman Sam A. Goldstein this week outlined Swift moving plans to clean up some of the outstanding pledges in the big gift category in the next two weeks. Members of this sub-committee include Carl Weinkle. Aaron M. Kanner, Joseph Rose and Jack Muravchick. Others who accepted assignments to assist the committee are Stanley C. Myers, John Serbin. Leo Chaikin and Joseph Mechlow. The action-plan includes organization of similar sub-committees to collect pledges of smaller contributors which are still unpaid. Federation president Stanley C. Myers pointed out that, although many CJA pledges are not due to be paid until the end of the year, the needs for emergency cash by agencies here and overseas are so great that large number of big-gift contributors are making their payREV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel Associated With All Hospitals i, fo^ Telephone JE 1-3840 Al Nemets-. Miami Roach restau ; ments now ; rant operator, has been appointed jfood and beverage director and catering manager, and Dr Sol Greonborg will he the resident chiropractor and health center director. Nemets is known as the original Miami Beach sandwich shop owner. He opened Alt, the first of ,m (,, such restaurants, in 1936. and the ; dining spot became famous as a meeting place for celebrities \ i-it ing Miami Beach "Up to this point, our 'Redeem Your Pledge' month has been substantially successful," said Phillips and Goldstein reporting to their committee. However, they indicated that a united effort must be exerted in the final 10 days of this month to the demand for funds. During his 32 years m the rr~ taurant business, Nnncts has ownetl several Miami Beach eateries and also operated two steak houses and cocktail lounges in Chicago. Dr Greenberg has been a Miami Special meeting of the B'nai ^. oac h .„ c h,r( I I pra : c,or for mort ,h an BYith Women's Council of South B'nai B'rith Women Hold Local Functions Honda will be held Wednesday evening. Oct. 26. at the AI '.nests ,,f honor will be Mrs Michael Shapiro, president of Women's District Grand Lodge No. >. and Mrs. Philip Bohlask> of Sa-1 \annah. first vice president of the District. Meeting jointly with Council, 'ill be North Dade and Tropical chapters of B'nai B'rith Women. 'Library Shower' Due ITA of the North Shore Jewish < enter will sponsor a "Library -hower' to help fill the shelves of their newly formed library on Nov 2nd at the Center Mrs. Helga Eason, of the Miami Public Liwill review Esther." by Na•haniel Norsen Weinreb. two years He is a graduate of the. Chiropractic Institute of New York and served his internship at Spears i Hospital in Denver, Colo. Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. Tifereth Israel Slates Affairs Tifereth Israel Northside Center ths week announced the formation of a choir under the direction of Mrs. Josie Adler. Chinese games night is slated at the Center Sunday evening, Oct. 23 Also slated is a board meeting Thursday evening. Oct. 27. Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn P*T • MOW ooo. Per tw i# 9-5274 Acme Roofing C*. PIISORAIIZID SIIVICI "ART" "MAORY" "(UP COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wreck! Itfceilt Body Repairs mmi Poioti.,, •40 S.W. Ith Street Mwiw 3-W44, 2-6652 519 LINCOLN ROAD 141VC Pn, d MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 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Page 12 B W/> t ns that widen the barriers between people Paul Mart %  %  I National Health .md Welfan inual dinner ol tl here Mr Martin who i in v w York as t to the current East-West disarmi id that the efforts of groups such as the n pensal I natii nal t o ion and thej are no less vital if inti to a real and durabli MEXICO CITY JTA The Zionist l an need thi of a special campaign for the support i North ieuand then| • lP %  10.000 bj raising Slim from each oi 5<>u Annoum of the new fund drivi ws i ade follow port to the Federation by itpresident Lei n Dultzin, who recently irned iron; Israel where he | ited in the delil ol the Zionist Actions > itee in Jerusalem. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS PARIS v. \> n ai bj Grand Ral i Kaplan, • G :• %  i R -. Bdmot and othi Jewish i i ranee this week called on Christians, Moslems and Jews iray for peace in North Lfrica Noting that the "North Annan con• baa takei an infinitely tragic turn-." the appeal calls upon those wh bear responsibilt) for the present situation to make a "supreme effort for com AMSTERDAM (WNS) Six Dutch Roman Catholics who are charRed with hiding a 14-year-old Jewish war orphan. Anna Henrietta Beck man. were placed on trial again this week The Dutch authorities have been seking to turn the girl over to guardians of the Jewish faith. Anneke, ta she is called, was less than three years old when her Orthodox Jewish parentwere seized by the Nazis in Amsterdam in July. 1943. and sent to the gaa chambers in Germany The defendants, principally 52-year-old Mmc Gertrude Langendijk. hid the little girl for the remaining two years of the Nazi occupation and later refused to give her up to a legally appointed guardian LONDON (WNS The British Government considers that the Soviet Union is creating a situation in the Middle Fast which could lead to an Arab-Israeli full-teak war, Prime Minister Sir Anthony F-len indicated last weekend in an address before a mass meeting of the Conservative Party in Bournemouth. Sir Anthony charged that Moscow. by permitting Communist countries to supply arms to Egypt, wa> violating the "spirit of Geneva" Such purchases, he declared, would increase the arms race between the Arab countries and Israel ROME Council, it was announced here when the official count of the municipal election was concluded M. Salmons .the only JXwtn^SS: T hcre art s o,n 4 ,,,HM *-*" %  "" %  ** CASABLANCA (JTA.-A Jew died at ou.da ,„ Eastern Mo,,,,,-,, last week as a result of woundreceived when a hand grenade was tossed into a cafe in that city, it was reported her, The bomb in jured the Jews and seven Moslem and French customers In the cats Dr. Aaron Syngalowski. head of the World ORT Union, arrived here t, inspect the institutions and training centers maintained by the ORT the ORT 00 W8S accommopan,, ,l h > "W "<"<' world leaders ,„ %  NEW YORK (JTA.-Zionist leaders here tooh lasOS w.tb a statement by Garland Fvans Hopkins, executive vice president of the Amer !" ,Jti a 1 Sem 'i' sm r 5 onnecUon witn Z,oni > •ettoi in this KtfflJfS V, P M ^r^ ,ha U aC, V,,,es ,,f th • %  %  her. might lead to the raising of the question "as to who was responsible for ihe ,,ss „ the Middle bft. This ,,„,. kind ... question." ESEEJS that could produce a wave of anti-Semitism in this country LATE ST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA)-On the eve of the expected announcement of the composition of David Ben Gurion's New Csbinet. the Religious Na tional Front—composed of the Mizrachi and the Mizrachj Workers Tartyannounced that it would not enter the coalition. The decision adopted unanimously by the central body of the religious bloc was taken because of differences over the proposed program of the ov ernment and the distribution of portfolios offered by Mr. Ben Gurion HAIFA (WNS. More than 1.000 archaeologists, professional and amateur, attended the 11th annual convention of the Israel Explorers Society at Tfv'ou near here They visited the site f diggings at Hatzor in Galilee, which are being carried out under the direction of r>r il Yadin, who presided at the convention. > I w as •


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Page 10 B 9-Jenisii flcridlian Frida ON THE n tv#i# UIYE\ — y.Oc Nationalism, Colonialism-Jewish JVl MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN JEWS 17751865. Volume II. By Jacob Rader Marcus. 375 pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. *4.00. Dy HILARY MINDLIN TO CONTINUE with ;i feu let I \ Marcus' charming collection ol pioneer pennings Prom Tobj Eklward Rosenthal's postumouslj published Re< I .i Painter where there is si embarrassing bruises and shiners one of the injured bad the idea thai his black and brown spots could be concealed bj pain) I j tedlj he weal to m> teacher, wh< i ivered the spot with ap flesh-colored painl It was incredibl) comical to see in) eli aristocratic teacher, as he carcfullj applied the brush to the faci the patient while I held the palette Prom the memoirs ol Isaac Mayer Wise, great Jewish leader founder ol the Hebrew Union Collegi nnati pattern-setter and organiser >>i American Jewish life "But why have Jews MI little regard for one mother thai they revile and traduce each other'' The century-long oppression has demoralized the German and Poh.h Jew He hai no sell respect, no pride lett The .lew must be Americanized. I said to Diysell II ho continueunder German influences, as they are now in toll conn try. he must l>ecome either a bigot or an atheist, S satellite or ;i tyrant He will never be aroused to selfconsciousness or to independent thought The Jew must become an American in order to Bain the proud self-consciousness of the free-bora man." other portraits ol special interest Sophia Goldsmith, who hand sewed baseballs In 1878 and lived t" see her sons parlaj the famlrj business into one ol the largest sporting goods manufacturing concerns m the country MacGregor Sports Products, Inc And ol course the famous Straus family, ol Macy's and Abraham and Straus, among other things, have thenown stories to tell if I didn't mention last week thai Dr Marcus' brief introductions are delightful, let me say it now They are all too brief, unfortunately, lor Dr. Marcus writes with one sharp eye on character and the other, on history and s bit of whimsy in between. But he only sets the stage; undobutedly, he too was eager to let these wonderful earl) American Jews speak tor themselves And -.> they have MOSES MAIMONIDES. His Life and Message. By Or. Berthold C. Fnedl. Judaism Monographs, No. 1. 11 pp. Privately Printed. DR. BERTHOLD C. FRIEDL. University ol Miami Professor of Russian, has published the first in "a series of studios in Jewish philosoph) and literature, with emphasis on famous Jewish thinkers and what their message means to us in the atomic age." Dr Priedl, a renowned scholar, is especially concerned in this -hurt monograph with Maimonides' eftort. throughout the "Guide to the Perplexed." to brinn out the "parallel, as it were, between points of timeless truths and moral questions of everyday living." The Itambam. he points out used semantics to clarify the meaning of words and in the traditioi ol the Scriptures He then went on to define "the metaphysical principleof this tradition, and analyzed human conduct with a view of improving human life 'in imitation of the ways "I God That Maimonides, after 780 rears, --till has much to tell uand many ol the "answers to our age" is one of Dr Priedl's closing points in thicom i meaty < taj I am sure ] tinas Jews and u human t>. igj begin to heed the ::. lorn, he will still have u much t say to us when another 250 years have marched bloodilj by i i hi between an I [fern i I an Intrani the %  H ed a iih i i -. lfast action now ii they and their nil,ii, r %  blood iiu'h bulenl N At least I t them oit the H i. the choice, in the present situ king the fish if it want* to lie died in shra I oi buttei it the Jews continue, as they re v.i'i nationalist aspirations and cling i i leai Ij derelict French administration the full fury of the \i.iiiwill be brought down on thenhead ii they turn to the natiolists and support the full claims for independence ol the Moroccans the) will incite trigger-happy French colons' only tOO eager U> "let off steam" by taking it out on the JewTo resolve this dilemma World Jewish Congress leaders flea last month to Geneva for an all too hurried get together before proceeding to the neighboring lakeside resort of Aix les Bans in neighboring France to confer with French and Moroc(..ii leaden on the fate of 250.ooo Jews To judge from the delicate wording of the communique ,. % %  '•' %  the weekend round ol talks it is obvious that the dilemma still remainAll VV'Ji lers could exact from the diplomats was a "verbal prom i I that Jews would be t,, in Morocco M n il fun rights The Arabs added the provision that the Jews now "adapl tbenuwlvee H to the new situa tion. Nothing was said aoou( ration Nothing was about compensation, and not, as --.id ..iK.ut what i ights" actually entail. This provi ion. therefore taken as | serious warning in circledose to North African affairs It meant — The Jewmust decide. There are two sides with con flicting interests. These a r e the Arabs and the French Each of these two sides is split into factions jockeying for position and influence which has given *i rise to pj 1 want S ltteV3 '" %  Id },! %  SI and ,0 defend HL %  Is The Arah> c • .';;''• w nabT rn se who are ""'," %  are „ lhp nationalist,, •I of ,he p^ Mohamad Ben LV return of t ne ed Ken reach The profl, Mich as Pasha of Glaui who made i ( h tutelage, *. quo Yoajd tendeneiei He*ry Byroade be failed IIO IS IS SHtHAK! — U.S. Wanted -Equality' for Near the East %  h e ii .-,;, r Comi which ha dl solved la-t Ar< k "fter an American aid abroad has brought to light some very inten tting tacton the U.S Government aid policj In relati< n to Israel it revealed that the United States objective is to -ee that Israel is headed in the right economic direction and that all itn are being utilised to accomplish this So long is Israel was using Its total tor. i Kchange resources in s wa) satisfac tory to the is. n did not matter much to Washing '"" what | ir project U.S aid funds were used to finance But when the Israel Government wanted m the fiscal year 1054, to modif) its ideas with reaped to its total foreign exchange expenditures, the Amer uan aid n.is-um in Israel stepped in and brought pressure to bear on the Israel Ministry of Finance The American mission was e-peciaiiy opposed to Israel's plan to import more food and law materials for the production of consumer goodFrom Washington experts who prepared material lor the Hoover Commission we learn -for the first time that the broad policy of the i s Government •<> grant aid only to the extent that the standard • f livlni in Israel inot materially increased above tint oi neastern Mediterranean neighbors ,, r ibove itown 195051 austerity standard IS Goi erament aid to [arael has in the past represented from one-fifth to one-quarter oi Israel's annual for exenange requirements. In the fiscal year 1954 the IS aid was reduced "'" S'0-228.000 to $52,500.00 and represented only 194 Percent of Israels foreign ex.ha.ee budget. Of niYin xrmvAiiTz — Destiny Certainly Works in Strange Wi Did Fate miraculously withhold the revelation of Oil in Israel until the Jewish State was established? SometimeDestiny works in peculiar ways Why wanot gold revealed in California while the Mexicans held that country'' Why did || wait for the American to net there' 1 Turks and Britons and Germans sought oil in Pale-tme before the Jews found it but something always turned up to block them. The presence of oil in Israel was known long ago It is referred toin the Bible. There is a referen ...CC to oil in the farewell address of Moses in Deuteronomv Then oil towns 1-.I" Y-Jf-_ prof essor analyzed it. President Ben Zvi points out that the Book of Maccabees speaks of the "congealed water" which was poured on the sacrifices. I gather also that President Ben Zvi believes that it was some of this ays same "congealed water which Klnah poured on the -acritiee athe famous meeting w„h the worship ImBlble ""'' '" e m S ***** **~*" < The M^hia very -pectuallv mentionoil. saying "'"' "MJ be Bead for Sabbath illumination While the old time Jewlocated tO have a knowlarso of t„-,-. II appears that its ,,-ewere not tzn u .r 1 fa,r y recem *** i SSJ2 ttlo more than a century ago. American I it from artesian the oil clinging to began to spring up overnight BiMLTON nUEBMA\ — Our Arab Policy is a Bi .. I hc Kre mlin may have been advised on strateuo* the F : gyptian-Communist arms deal b> a British natTi. as a diplomat in Chair. He is Donald MacLean who defLwi munism with Guy Burgess, another British diplomat MacLean was stationed in Cairo until 1950 when he was %  of the American department of the Bnti-h Foreign Office 1 diplomatic circles have reported that MacLean knew aDI secrets of Western diplomacy in the Middle East Heisalsoi been acquainted with the Egyptian military clique Nasser. Exploiting this knowledge to advance Soviet penetratmi Ma. Lean is thought to have master minded the munitml ment and the invitation extended Nasser to visit Moscow Significantly, the British War Office confirmed the autl a British intelligence document after Nasser quoted from i said the document was obtained by Egyptian intelligence. R< [ %  Israel's military strength. Perhaps Maclxan furnished gui Soviet or Egyptian spies who found their way to this i paper. The United States, outmaneuvered by the Soviet Units,I rejected by Egypt as a suitor. But State Department elemMi to their unrequited love for the Arabs Henry A. Byroade, U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, hasbenij advocate of expedient policies favoring the Arabs. But in I the Egyptian regime, he has failed aa diplomat Egyp away from its benefactor and toward thi Kremlin. The! munist arms agreement took the State Department surprise. To obscure their failure. Byroade and other officials J shift the blame to Israel. Stories were leaked by U.S dipto"*! and Washington. These stories alleged that Israel reaUjIJ sive intention. Israel was better armed than the combing %  forces. Egypt was justified in redressing the power is other words. Israel was more to blame than Kjjypt for P the Communists Secretary of State John Foster Dulles iapparently! ing on the same advisers who led American diplomacy todi Dulles refrained from criticizing Egypt at his October 4 ence. Would he see to it that anti ( ..nimiini-t Israel rece offset the flow of Communist weapons into Egypt' N"1 say whether that would be likely It might cause an showed no similar reluctance when he granted free to Iraq. In 1953 Dulles temporarily severed economic aid tojsra"' tive measure. Israel had offended by pursuing a develc itown territory—a project which displeased / itself immune from State Department criiticism evea military agreement with the Commu nists M. KON MiVTTERMA\ — And then Came the Rail diffi**! But! ven after i An elderly lady living in Beverly Hills, a neighbor of the Ed die Cantors, was very' angry be cause she had not been invited to a picnic the Cantors were going to. The morning of the event Ida Cantor relented and asked her to come. "Its too late.' the old woman snapped. "I've already prayed for rain • • • Jack Benny was out trying to collect some pledges for the United Jewish Appeal from movie producers. Running into one of the men at the studio. Jack said: "You ought to redeem your pledge I believe that for every single thing you give away, two come back to you." That's the experience." the pessimistic producer replied "Last June I gave away my daughter, and she and her husband came back in August." Edward G. Robinson, about to undertake thought it wise checked before he lolurt' the picture. He went I „„. Iiml submitted Wi tion •Do vou smoke. doctor. "A Btfc !* • Well, cut downj' ter off." said he you a heavy eat er." said Room** on that. I meal1 a bit "Best lighter drink?" HereEjdj,he warnings. I* MM t"" fh dNP •Too bad."** 1 little whiskey might be very V j ••What's your j*: good "It's Hecht it." Some body



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Page 10 A rjentetiriaricfter. WON SCHUBERT MEMORIAL AWARD W tn 3 nm'B Prominent Concert Pianist Samuel Sorin Will Reside Here i'* iiiuniii^, ini'iii\ % % %  \i.* Concert artist Samuel Sorin is now making his home in the <;:•< arc' Kathy. "Wc docidofl to live here liecause of our daughter." Sorin Ml plained this week. "New York is becoming impossible. Besides, my family are Miamians." The renowned plianist is the son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. of Miami. A brother lives in Hollywood. The threesome have also decided to live in Hollywood at 1512 Moffett st. "It's not necessary to live in New York simply because one is an artist," Sorin said. "I will continue under the mangement ot Columbia Artists and will concertize throughout the year. But in the past. I always found myself traveling to Miami during the off-seasoning, and we figured we might as well make it permanent." The noted pianist was born in Detroit, studied in Chicago and Cleveland before coming to Julhard in Manhattan. There, his teacher was Ernest Hutchinson He also studied with Serge Tarnowsky. who taught Vladimir Horowitz It was at Julliard that I met Edith," Sorin said. Then, in 1939. Sameef Sorin „ ortitMMchcr he won the Schubert Memorial Tward. a national competition which, in its day. was the biggest available. This started Sortn on his concert career. He has since played with the Philadelphia. Kansas City. Hous ton, Baltimore. Rochester, !>' irqit and Seattle orchestras Some ,,, bis conductors have included the famous hem-ilnr!. KW1Z and Freccia. \t the end of each Ml Sorin will return here to practice. jtudj and prepare his programs lor the following concert season. I also hope to teach two or three Student! An arti-t always wants to teach someone Serin's repertoire is broad, ranging from Bach to the modern masters. He has performed Berg. Gian-Carlo Menotti. Robert Ward. Prokofieff. Shostakovitch and many other contemporary composers. Of Ernest Bloch, Sorin says: "He is one of our greatest. The Shelomo Rhapsody is a masterpiece in our time. I have also played, with great pleasure. Blochs Suite for Violin and Piano and the Quintet for Piano and Strings." As for wife Edith, she antici pates getting in some teaching, too. Leaving Julliard was difficult, when one has the teaching bug. But she hopes to make it up here. Sorin is no stranger to music lovers. In addition to his concerts, he may be heard on Cook records in the "Sounds of Our Times" series. Lipton Elected League Director At its 32nd annual convention held in Ponte Vedra this week, del ol the Florida Savings and loan League elected Joseph M Lipton. president of Dade federal Savings and Loan Association of MiamiiaB its'Director to the United States Savings and Loan League. Lipton is a past president of the Florida league, whose membership is comprised of all the savings and Man associations in the state The U.S. League membership numbers more than 6.000 savings and loan associations throughout the country. HIS FIRST VISIT SINCE JUNE, 19S2 Friedland to Chair Dinner Honoring Foreign Minister Sharett Continued from Page 1 A Temple Emanu-El, ia former co-chairman "f the local Israel Bonds committee ami a past cami chairman tor the Combined Jewish Appeal Chairman ol the board ol Food Fair Stores ii \ ha^ live in the leadership ot Israeli causes. Friedland also served aa chairman of a Citizens' Committee lor Koaht Sharett Das '" South Florida on June 1. 1952. when then-Foreign Minister Sharett ins onJj previous visit to the Southeastern United States The Nov. 16 dinner will bo sponsored by the Guard lsr.ul. Greater Miami chapter. Mcmbership in the Cuardians of Israel ma) he obtained through the purchase of a minimum of $1,000 in State of Israel Bonds during the current year. Plans for a reception for Sharett are now being formulated, Friedland said. "This is a signal honor (or Greater Miami, and I know we shall again reward his visit with success for Israel." Sharett served aa Foreign Minister of Israel from its Independence Pay. Ma> 14. 1948 until he assumed his post as Prime Minister. He had a distinguished eareer in the service of the Jewish community of Palestine prior to the War of Liberation Appearing as international spokesman for the young country, he gained world renown with his exposition of Israels position before the highest international bodies With the eyes of the world tocused upon him. he appeared before the United Nations General Assembly to present a positive case for the admission of Israel to the UN. Dora Stein Sisterhood Schedules Cabaret Night Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center ^sponsoring a cabaret night Saturday. Oct. 22. Mrs. Leon Kutun is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Benjamin Mandel as co-chairman. A seven-piece band will play. There will be an elaborate variety floor show. Sam Front is toastmaster. Featured will be a gay nineties bathing beauty review. Kershew Will Lecture Harry Kershaw. president of the Health and Happiness Club, will lecture at the Blacfcstone hotel on "Juvenile Delinquency" Saturday afternoon, Oct. 22. LEGAL NOTICE Milander Seeks To Succeed Himself As Hialeah Mayor Henry A. Milander is running in the Hialeah campaign to succeed himself as mayor. Milander. who lives with his wife and son at 56 North 3rd st.. has I been in the office of mayor for I five terms. He previously served I four terms as a Hialeah councilman. "This is 18 years of experience in the best interests of Hialeah." | Milander said Wednesday. "I have • been in constant office as the city has grown from 3.000 to 40.000 residents." A businessman and veteran of World War I. Milander said that he aims to expand parks and playFirst recipient of the Benjamin Cooper Fellowahip, Israeli stuI 8 round facilities as fast as finances dent Israel Feldman of Technion Institute. Haifa, is welcomed 11*" 11 1 l ,so anticipate a long to Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Professor Paul !" nge P' nn 'ng program which will Chalmers, Dean of Foreign Students. The award, which woX ,ndustr> to take its P roD vides for a year of practical experience in American industry 7 J 1 C,t> l m most in as well as postgraduate study at M.I.T.. was initiated by Benja' erested ln n economical and effimin Cooper. New York industrialist and president of Taller & | Cient city government." Cooper, Inc.. for aiding 4he industrial growth of brael through Milander also s. L he wants inAmerican training of outstanding Israeli youth. creasea flre and ^^ protectjon A X eL. Ml %  .! %  %  • I xPnded trash and garbage servArt Show Planned At Hirsch School ice • citv iwawty and PU bii C Sam Hirsch School of Drama and and honorable mention will j^ rel,tio ns bureau "and no 100 perAllied Arts, under the leadership awarded by a panel of judges head I c ent a **essment but a pay as we of William Oberman. art director ed by Robert Tyler Davis, director'go plan, thus keeping taxes low of the school, is planning an art of Viscaya and the Lowe Gallery show for professional Florida art-. Winners will also be given onsists in honor of National Art Week, man shows at the studio at a later YoUM Adults to M The three-week show will open' Thc scho also announced the' ,'J' emp,e Emanu-El Young Adults Sunday. Oct. 30. and close Nov. 20 f !" 1 £" ? Vv^rT* l c hil T h ld .' harVest *" on Sunat the studio, 315 West 47th at.. [uTySS^^S h .ld'SE ZZS&SL 2 5 ^ ^ "-mi Beach. | days, from 1 to 3 p.m.. at the stuZ !" 1 *1 maT ^^^ Prizes for first and second place dio. 7 card m *<-'n. will highjignt the evenings entertainment. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 18*034 CHARLES ii uu VER, Plaintiff, \ i ANNE i: ':i."VKlt. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  ANNE U "II.VER S i: JID. Si Miami, Florida • ANNE B 'It.' tVER Residence I Addreaa Unknown Von are hereb) notified tlmt of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed ik.iin-i you, mi you an T. .II. %  oopi of your Anawer <>r rii'U'lliiK to the Hill of Complain) on the plaintiff H Atturjiev. HENK\ M CAIN, S5S0 Went Etaaler SI Ml ami, Florida, and file th I mn.il An-wrr or 1'leadlna In the Offloa of th Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Hat da of November, l>U if >ou fH 11 to do -v. judgment l.y default "ill be taken aimlnut you for the rellef domaaded in the mil of Complain! Thl* notice ahall lie inibllnheil once en, h week for tour con.seeUtlve Wee* in THE JEWISH K1.0UIMAN IKINE ANU (UlIlKRKIi at Miami. I, thin 14th dn\ of < i, i.ili.i. All .> E B 'IdCAfHEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, ljurte l.'nunty, Hot Ma JOAN ClMKNoYKU (Circuit Curt Seal) Deput) Clerk MKXHY M. CAIN A"..iii.i for Plaintiff KM Weat Hairier Street. Miami. Ha. U — 11/4-11 !' %  ill %  I %  ^ o SAVI rot TOMOHOW WHIBI YOU CAN IOIIOW rOI TODAY tttiep %  —> VA%lrtrt •in • AattLeaM Nifht Deaeiitaf, levkitf ay Mai Ltilari el CftdH Saiety Daaeait lam Ceee-eretleM HANK ol MI\MI BLUil 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE — LEGAl NOT^T Ifflftft COUNTY liue.* N 0 tSN ''ML X". TT^*?^ !" I l f4 \ ,.'> 1 "'' "Otll • %  shall l. 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Pa ge 6 B f.lfwfctincri Sn the IQealm of Society tytim/faet, ^^ SJJ Delicate Seed Pearls Highlight: Patricia Olsen s Gown Delicate tract %  ol pink peai i Ihe natic effe< I ol Patricia Heleene i >| en's %  -': %  .> peau da soie which sh I for her Sunday aften I to Kenneth D.i\ id Rosei and ikline, Sherman, all id Don E. Mich, brother Inj the bi Ida The bridegroom 1 was hibrother m-law. i: ft e Chestnut Hill, Music tor the ci rernonj and the nmediatelj after, in he 11< ui proi Id the ed by Irving Pietra< k and : with the music box guest Hotel Fount) I Rabbi Morris \ Skop, of the Coral l la ili Ji wii h Center, offiny Suit French iUusioo veiling forming swa | was designed to the h nt i luste I pearls and tiny sequins. Her veil fell to the back and met the hem ui a chapel length train which accented her princess line gown oi imported silk Peau de Self The bride, daughter of Mrs Gene <; Olsen, 23 s\\ 21st ave book. Greeting the icsi .it the re i p "1 turn, the bride's mother was attir ed ii .i frock oi wh sprint %  lace ov< r .i powder blu; silk fei.i. fashioned with a long manderin tunic over a softl) iiarcd ; skirl Mi R sen's i h lice for her,' son's wedding was .i pink point i Venetian lace cocktail dress which %  i i i ,i basque top and bouffant skirl Mrs Don E Kory M I red ,ima With the country so recently concern*. howers illness, timely program over WTVi aN)u Ihe Story" Interviewed were Mt Sinai', it^ the hospital's cardiovascular division ami n\u Vk,0r Hi Ing the questions, as usual, were Hill R n „„. ,* **" EicW 1 More Newon the Medical Front 'o'r M?'^ er al %  Mt Skoal stafl meeting i,., v, th,,l M S IM] "at ion of Viral Laboratory Dr <•• *.. He *| the University oi Miami. w " Mr and Mrs. Bernard Wedcr—Oct. 7. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Ma.shaek—Oct. 7. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo—Oct. 8. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Levy—Oct. 8. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Levine—Oct. 8. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Braynon—Oct. 9. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Arthur—Oct. 9. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Paris—Oct. 10. Son born to Mr. *r,i M r Stanley SomnierOct. 10. 'lighter born to Mr and MrKibott Rosen Oct. 10. Son born to Mr. and M,Lc 0 Ahrams Oct 11. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Stanley l'ortman—Oet. 11. Daughter born to Dr and Mrs Albert Reinherz—Oct. 12. Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs Eugene Kierer—Oct. 12. Sisterhood Luncheon Beth David Sisterhood will hold a "sad sack" luncheon and card party on Wednesday noon, Oct. 26 at Beth David auditorium. Mrs Homer Rievman is chairman. Greater Miami WomenAuxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged will hold itfirst general meetinij of the new pear on Tuesday noon, Miami ()< 1 •?> In It" Rubeiyat room of Altiers hotel. I Rabbi Irving Lehman, spiritual leader of Temple Kmanu El. will "staii AuxiUarj board members and the following ofn, President Mrs Sol S.horman; honorary president Mrs Benia" Appal; vice presidents Mesdwnes David Phillip., Herman Ja'"';' JCk Udell, Louis Mak.,vskv and Trudy Hametachlag; honorarv rice w PredenU Meodames Ba,o„ de Mr-,!, V N „ r ^^ ^^ Max Greenberg; financial secroiar>—Mrs. Frances Entitle. Rerordiu: rtSR %  § %  iip n jam.n Hatamerman; comSandtol secretary^Mrs Nat E Katz men, Tant'L "****-"£ Manue, Tanenbaum: reasurer_Mrs. MorKrieger; Editor -Mrs Nathan Peika; trustee, -Mesd.mes Is.dor Cohen .founder u ,he home). MorriDubler. Helen 5parber and An na Kaplan; parlUnentaran Mrs Moses Krieger. Mrs. Harold Wynn, colortura so prano. who recently appeared as guest artist at the Bayfront Park Band Shell in Miami, will entertain with a group of her own songs dedicated to women of the Auxil iary. She will be accompanied on the piano by Hy Fried. Mrs. Louis Makovaky is program chairman. The accomplishments of the past year and the goalsfor the comyear to meet th? welfare of the resided the Aged mil* Home for UK. Auxiliary president verman. Special citatiea t the Auxiliary williMV Abe Kurman, •• %  "Ts Jack Weil nim arrangements. Left to right ore Mn. Jack Udell, vice president^ arrangomenta; Mra. Sol Silverman. Auxllcn }[ 1 -JafflC0fl Mra. Louia Makovaky, vice preaident and PW*^ of the Jewiah Home for the Aged Auxiliary wsiaiw uled at the Algiers hotel Tuesday noon.



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Urn 2iJ^ *Jkwisti fkridlickri Page 7B Women Appointed Confab Chairmen Appointments of* key chairmen lor the Federation Women's Division second annual educational conference were announced Wcd%  iy by Mrs. Bernard R. Stevhairman. The COUDty-wide, ;ii! day institute will be held Nov. 3(! and will be open to representatives and officers <>t ali womenorganizations in the area. %  a il Weinkle, active for years in the F< Won.. ision and with I erous local and national health of the year-round Women's Division, has announced that new old cers of the division will be installed at the conference on Nov. 30. Bench Junior Hadassah To Mark UN Week Oct. 30 meeting of Miami Beach Junior Hadassah will be held at the Temple Emanu-El religious school to commemorate United V tioni week. i ,-i speaker will be Mrs. L. M .\: dinule L Miriam Hushall Miss Pai'fa S;'.TTO.I A rdi %  Mil* Jvdith Alarjolis 1 His parents are the Angel.. Zac |i,/|j||i\ Kno-ioVinoi.t cos, 316 NW 103rd • UUIUl S I „ll£lfUlK 111 Miss Goodman graduated from, l()!(| |)V | |(.T I'ai'C'llIs ,. Miami Beach High and attended the University of Miami, when she met her fiance. He attended Emory University, as well as the University of Miami. At present, Mr. Zacco is in the Air Force, stationed in New Mexico. When he is discharged, he'll finish studying medicine at the university here. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon B. Mar golis, 1672 Daytona rd Miami Beach, and formerly of BrooklineJ Mass., announce the en ;agement of their daughter, Judith Phyllis, to Alvin Landy Hoffman. He is the son of Mrs. Rue Hull man. Hyattsville. M.I.. and the lute t pa,gns and ,s a board member of Bid IN chairman for th< and welfare institutions, has been*Greater Miami chapter of Hadasnted h istei chairman I h -ah. ,,! l t ,u i Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah Named program chairman Is hat been invited to attend the proMi Samuel Z. Sakrais. known for gram as announced by Miss Braiuh her achievement in Hadassah and (iolin. program chairman, and Mrs "iir leading service organizaBaraett Beckerman, senior advisor. tions. Co-chairmen of attendance will be Mrs. Murray A. Shaw and Mrs. Samuel Marks, both prominent in I local Jewish affairs. Mrs. Arthur Burrell has been named chairman of luncheon arrangements. She has served with the Women's Division in many Combined Jewish Appeal camflamingo Chapter Brack Flamingo chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital sponsored a brunch at Melvin Cohen Hall Monday morning. Chairman was Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Arnold Hoffman. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Brimmer & May School. Bosseveral local and national women's groups. Mrs. Nathaniel J. Levin will diMerla Goodman Goodman Will ie Her Name m Weeks weeks, Roberta Miller l will be Mrs John Arthur ideolect's parents, Mr. Hy Goodman, 7963 Hawve. Miami Reach, are bl her forthcoming wedMiriam Hushall and Jay Schwartzman Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rushell. 1334 Washington ave., Miami Beach. announced at a party held in their home Oct. 9 the engagement of their daughter, Miriam Sylvia, to Jay Schwarzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Schwarzman, 1223 SW 11th ave., Miami. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School. Mr. Schwarzman is a graduate of Miami Senior Hgh School and attended Georgia Military Academy. He received his BS degree in recreation at Florida State University, where he was manager of Gymnastics & Gymkana for four years. ton. Mass., and attended the Unircct the ovcr a n program as chairversity of Miami. Mr. Hoffman attended the University of Maryland and served with the U.S. Navy. The couple are planning an early January wedding. man of Education Day. Mrs. Irving Lchrman, chairman DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.I. 5th St. PH. -401 AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner INE TROOP IT1ST-PH0T0GRAFHER Jcllldfl S I ling ^un s: \ JE 8-3378 Miami Beach Paula Simon Mel Fiance at U of M Miss Paula Simon and Joel Fnedlnnd. whose engagement has been announced, met at the University of Miami. Miss Simon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Simon. 1120 Venetian Way. Miami Beach, is now at Charron-Williams secretarial college. Mr. Fricdland. son onf Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fnedland. Matawan. N.J.. is still attending the UM. He % % % % % % % % % % % % ^-v^~v^-v^~v 0C T O H K R SPECIAL. 6 MASSAGES AND 12 MECHANICAL TREATMENTS $30.00 BODY Hhi: MASSAGE Evenings by Appointment I \ Dorothy I. Jonos, Mgr 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 s A i o \; i 4 4 Phone 83-8256 \ J is a member of Zc-ta Beta Tau fraHe helped organize Gymnastica j ternity. (Gymkana Honorary) and became president. He was social chairman of the dormitory. 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+Jewlsti Fhrid/San Page 13 A pity Leaders Hopeful for United Vaad Hakashruth ,.^-r. Wednesday should assist in the establishment i dent of the imim ~— ,, leaders Wednesday V that a seven month To iron out romp ex Luting to the kashruth W ;l"%rea is expected satisfactory result* kashrutb committee of Miami Jewish Feder; should assist in the establishment of the united Vaad. Federation's Kashruth Commit recommending" a vexing the group, commended federation leaders and the special reuerauuu a i\asnruin t ommit< I committep "fnr ki_ „ • 1 rw tee recommended that Federation dlfiSi^Ie' LTZl^t assist in organizing a committee respons.b.litv ,„ „.,.,„ to be selected by and from all o. this future step to solve the interested parties "for the pur problem." pose of organizing and Mtablish-I Federations role in the matter ing a single and united Vaad for will require furl.ier evaluation on „ended that Federation, the Greater Miami Jewish commuthe part of its committee and will rcommuni'v shoSd ^ M !* %  *. I largely by future tSablishment of a| Speaking for the Rabbinical Asdevelopments, accosting to Stan immunity wide organ-1 sociation, Rabbi Lehrman. presiley < Myer. president. Ll wil supervise ka.shI" eater Miami. I [mittw has J oined w Ciiations and group* vl ta!'v interested in adLka and ithe kashruth situation at number of Jews in I fcnd therefore the merand supervision of ducts becomes a comoblem and i> the Greater Miami i deration has attempted J [ago to study and to solve i ion a community level. Beth Jacob Congregation will honor Rabbi Tibor H. Stern with o Testimonial Installation Banquet Sunday, February 19th, 1956 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW Call JE 16150 or JE 8-2205 DAV.'O WHITMAN, Chairman im irefore resolved to re-1 ^^-~ Greater Miami Jewish | to once acain initiate % % htfludy ol the entire \\ 1 OHrt4> > Israel-bound is Sam J. Heiman (center), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, who will visit the Middle East and the new State % •leaderin order to lined kashruth organiz ihall meet the needs ^ fce Jewi-h rein ious comI well athe larda of Judaisi tjp.'n is cl in of the hich inAJna Brenner Me>'K Shochet, Harry Sirkvui'i l.dirman and fcir-.^rarh"'Ai'.' Ex offi'hicommittee inBenjamin B. Rosenberg, director, and Max C. ISdsting director. iLerner. presioent of the |b Vaad. said Wednesday: representatives of the bb Vaad Hakashruth buv to share our responti* fth other groups in order lerger of al! kashruth orps shall be realized." sly of opinion igradual* |approached according to reports submitted by P d other leaderin recent 'suit of the-e meetings, f'ing speciiic decision! reached: [tpresentatives of the v.irpim agree to work for the '"n • to have *>'wide support. deration, as the central J-tive body of the Creater ^ Jewish community, I ROOFING AND .METAl WORKS L^AVl. Ph. HI 6-5860 ",!?' r P'ra now: you Jl'u.V n,w r00 Utir Rl • ,< v Wor '< oy i **• or rknt Me UT GANS i**! 41 HI 6-9911 iff? 4 1 "M %  W e lur 0 t Ca. I IJ* "*-"5 faints'] Ettielent EHyriii'it'a'l Service ||NEWM4KGOR0ON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL 0 if KltP AN [XPtMiNCtD Hill TIMS MAYOR RE-ELKCY MAYOR hlM h, MSLAHBER Kit? HIAIEAH GROWING LEVER 3A HENRY MiLANDER'S PLATFORM 1 pc !" t ,i n ParkS and Pla yt' roun 1 System, as fast a. finances 2. A long range planning program, which will allow industry to take its proper place in our c.ty of fine homes. An economical and efficient City Government to serve the people at the least possible cost. 4. Increased Fire and Police Protection. 5. Expanded Trash and Garbage Service. 6. Advocates efficiency in City Government, and is a supporter of Hialeah "Employees Pension Plan." o' A C 'll Publicity and Public Relations Bureau. 8. No 100 per cent assessment, but a pay as we qo plan, thus keeping taxes low. so as to attract nomes ana business. 9. Street Lighting and Beautification Program overall program of Streets and Sidewalks. 10. Enlarged Juvenile and Guidance Program. 11. A full time Mayor—with regular hours at Citv Hall for service to the people. ilM Pol A


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^iju^L inai Advanced Gifts for New jspita! Surpass $1,775,000 Mark SJEBttntti&L 0 f $1,775,000 have al /raised in the Initial .capital fond* campaign a now Mt. Sinai Hox irturp. it "as been anj, y Dan B. Ruikta, drive B „ced gifts phase of this fund drive was offiEched at a dinner meet!ek in the Memorial room |ii Hospital. fd-breakinc Ra' of S4 L been set for construeL ultra modern 300 bed Llding to he located on Land, adjacent to the Lpital. Traised up to this point • from the area's top bus/clvic leaders who serve Lot the hospital," Ruaktn Lit. [part of 'Hi-urn—over ]_has been contributed by %  hvacianwho have lent arilo the Imilding fund h)r. ?. Charles Wcrblow, kvffthe doctors' commithjtted a progress report at fcr meeting proficient Max Orovitz L*tiifactin with camMi? thuN far and was opM. (be: bulk of contribuCdjie forthcoming; during gifts period of the expects advanced gifts to be. ^contacted within :ln or eight weeks bring "Phase Two" of \ to a close by mid-Decemjrled campaign plans for I *& %  outlined in full at ly night meeting. npaign was begun in May, ncentrating on a limited |of big gift.prospects. The fund drive was planned H coordinating committees Dai and the Greater Miami Federation after many of preliminary confer>d discussions. inai Hospital will continue kte itself as a non-sectarian [ te the humanitarian conWiflR the sick, regardless | cxrtor. or economic status | carry forward long-range ofsrientilic research for erment of medical care in phases," said Orovitz. ominent Miami Beach buslecutive and industrialist recently reiurnert from Israel in order to attend the re-opening of i the Mt. Sinai drive. He and Samuel N. Fricdlaud, a hospital.wee preii dent and.chairman of I'ood y* u Stores, arc leaders of a Miami group financially interested in recent oil discoveries n Israel. The 28-year old Nautilus hotel building, now occupied by Mt. Sinai, was formerly owned by the! federal government, then was turn-' ed over to the City of Miami Beach which leased it to the hospital. Original plans call for a hospital drive of three years' duration to attain the $4,000,000 goal. Testimonial Will Honor Morris Gold Mo A rrif(!o:r^eslT r of h r r M n f "ff f l &— nati Wide ami Beach Apartment EJSLS gr0Up advertis *ng for the apartis being Plan^^fo l M ^d at 'v": ff-fittS ZZf* "7 !* ning, Oct 31 at the rwTn h 7 i ? ch A P artm ent Association ren will deliver a keynote addresl W '"/^ucing a "securl*. Dignitaries from fedeSTstatfand inch oTr' Pr gram f r Miami local government, as w !" aVm-omf iff h ET* em P ,0 y cs nent business inri itV, i T has ,ong bepn ac,ive in the will also KnvS gues s %  ** V^Tl? ,h Greater Miami invitee guests Jew|sh Fcderation and Mt Sinai ooid was among recent leaders hospital. in the Miami Beach area drive to simplify and clarify rate %  dvwtla-l c ... ... mg and rate posting for apartment A PP eal Sounded TOT Aid m2L£2? ^ C F1 r da Hotel and An appeal for volunteers to aid Kestaurant Commission laws and the 1955 campaign of the Society n effectuating necessary changes to Help Retarded Children of Dade in the Miami Beach building code County was this week issued by the usage of cooking Warren I. Hart, Jr., chairman of Page 3 A devices in living units of less than 400 square feet. Gold has also been a central the Drive. The campaign begins Nov. 13 and ends Nov. 23. Tag day will be Nov. 19. Mohit Gold Maxwell Whiteman, of Philadelphia, has been appointed assistant to the director of American Jewish Archives, the institution on the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion which collects, classifies and publishes manuscript material relating to Jewish Americana. Mr. Whiteman, who has specialized in the history of early American Jewry, is the author of numerous articles ranging from colonial German journalism to 19th century American fiction, and two books relating to the literahnre bf the American Negro. frS*?^: gg : .;sR s sasS iS g^*gffi ffg •v H \U Iff ... LETS EUiCT leorge PFAFFENDORF FOR COUNCIL 25 Yvurs a Resident and Taxpayer at HUUeuh HONESTY EXPERIENCE EFFICIENCY Pull Lever 26A and Vote For rge Pfaffendorf for Councilman PLATFORM r nd ec ui, able taxation with no llWllll in tax** r tion Wl fV c 1| ll e 8hbornood P'yRLD „ SERGEANT OF INFANTRY •tr „ MEMBER SULLIVAN-SABCOCK POST 32 iJ 0 "'* Ownerl 00 ?.' Elk and Knight* of Columbu*. 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Page 4 A +Je*isl>fork/toil mjemsti Meridian Published avery Friday since 19S7 by the Jewish Florldlan at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami II, Florida. Entered at second-class matter July 4. 1930. at the Pott Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March S, 1879. The Jewish Florldlan hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewith Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Artt Feature Syndicate. World, wide Newt Service. National Edlterlal Association, American Aaaoclation of EnglishJewish Newspapers. Florida Press .Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDUN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Sheet Telephones 2-1141 2-8212 The Jw'h n.irl.lian doe. OOt VMjPailtM ttt KMa> ruth of the nwrchand.ai ,| in It. roi-mna 8UB6C;PT %  In any case, they turned their itt'mi ms one of Its sexes. As things developed ..J'^^W i, the legion not to change its charan.r i d nav e h*.. the, struck at the heart of manS n ?£** ^ physician's art. It was a strange kind f nP S n ef fo to,' of prognosis medicine and a, Even the weather looked with a jaumli, ,.,i „, A respected friend of mine marked "Wh.*?**•! %  skies clouded over and swamped us with after they left." rain. The heart, of course, is the United Tn sun bn l-egin looked and continue to look S '••: *%&&gs8&8m %m i It's Time for Uncle Same to Help Balance the Scale dinal principle has insured freedom of conscience for all. It has permitted scores of religious sects to flourish without hindrencp. It q u 't c '" snv that lh V d d not condemn u„ i v ", h ;f?i onnsi '* has enabled America to escapa much of the £? \ £ t0 w,,h draw its support from the I „, ,"? 5 ey ** sectarian strife winch has marked the hi.torj I ^'tTt**^*!^" !" There „ T}J& of other lands. It is our firm conviction that the separa'icn of church and *{c'.e. as defined by th United States Supreme Cent In Interpreting the guarantees of the First Amendment, oil rrs a sound foundation for mail T religious freedom. The guarantees are bevond argument: "Neither a stati .-. Federal Government can set up a chi I .th.?.fan p^ss laws which aid one religion, aid all raUgioni, or prefer one religion over another. Neither can force nor i.-ifuence a person to go to or to remain away from church aaainst his will or force him to profess a belief or disbelief in religion. No person can be punished for entertaining or profesainq religious beliefs or disbeliefs, ior church attendance or non-attendance. From these explicit prohibitions, we can only deduce two things: That the maintenance and furtherance of relioion are the responsibilities of the church, the synagoque and the homenot of the public school. That the time, facilities, funds and personnel of our schools must not be used for religious purposes. The public school must continue to remain the chief instrument for developing a* informed citizenry and achieving the goals of American democracy. Religious instruction in the schools dangerously challenges this precept. In the light of such principles, we fail to see how Supt Bailey con take it upon himself to devslop plans for religious instruction in the public school system. He flies in the face of the Constitution of the United States, as well a 3 of a long-standing tradition that has. over generations of American history, produced grsat and v-od fearing men. Jewish War Veterans Convene Here UmtlH U ^ n dS f deI at from throughout the United States are arriving in Miami Beach this' ofThe Tew T W H v 60,h naUOnal e-amprnem ot the Jewish War Veterans h^ ei l beiS o?l Wome n'* Auxiliaries will also hold thejr 28th annual convention in conjunction with the JWV encampment here. I his area takes the opportunity of welcom-' wmch e ha e s w H Rh Wa \ Ve r-7c£52£ of our n^J Suc h 8pIendid work in behalf, o SiitS l"" 1 "* ,or ^ es and for ,he benefi ot tftose who have served. Founded in 1896. JWV ,s the oldest active A. ?? OI ^zaUon in the United States. But the hi,tory of JWV actually reaches further i For ,h ? t e t t Ui9h f America experience War we e "^ $"** Vetoron> of e C !" War were principally responsible for JWVs •eSed^th "f 00 !" !" of Jewrsh faith Si h ,he Union and Confederate ccSnVha??* 6 ^ mple f Service to ,he ^ Jew^ y in "J**? em "led by American dudes ?0nnS Umber u f Wa !" Toda VIWV ineludes 100.00 members, and annually its proservices each year.are non-Jewish im^rta^e 7 tSt AuXi,iar Y S f n ,es ^ X^ hlS gr Up annua Hy helps fill the 1M0OQ W r e< ; rea lonal n ^ of more than Iln^isST<5i^ os P ,,ah J zed veterans throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. inJ^th^ Qt arqe con,i !" <* to act accordSsM-sWeMsa is: UNESCO. can have little more feeling for the t ^ I ,|!, L^ma.^ must acc, P t ull of ft. parts In order to p. the wj^* 1 THE CRY OF ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT' M> quarrel with the Legion is its Ian • lies the key to its attitude so : i \r>.( 0, the Legion said, is a symb. thai saaj the l'.S. must „::.,. JJCpi crj of one w.irld governmentIs a relal n,w thine s*) almost as new as the United Nat ,| se |f u ?w" i Isewhere, Onoe upon a time, there \morioaV, then were also UM uolaUomsts mniii The Amrriva Fmters and the isolat eiMdto-il the aam on their face But thc> were ,<| e rably diffieJl made any fine distinction between them when the war broiT isolationist*, who sought to defend their position in iuh liistor>'. and the communists, who beforehand hailed the m as their kin and who now reviled them for their iMilationitnutfl failure immediately to support beleaguered Mother Russia There are no isolationists today, but there are America 1 Isolationism as a philosophy has died because it straddled imml proponents rallied behind the banners of flood and earthqna/X around the world but drew a line across the wide Atlantic and] Well, the oceans are no longer wide, and humanitarianhm t* distance—dropped from genteel fingertips to one's unfortousT nomic and social inferiors—is no longer a possibility. The tnaf tionists are now the fearful among us -or the dreamers of byjj swallowed up in the neuroses of a rapidly moving world. But the America Firsters have found their heirs in fa sources of contemporary identification The concept of i semantically unacceptable in our time; the concept of Amerind remains palatable. There are no longer Silver Shirts to fn away from connection with foreign "ismThe new 'Lm"iji canism, an ideal with which every loyal citizen naturally id • • • THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE DOING From this point, it is but a short step to inbred chauvinisal projected distaste for "one world government Now. the the Legion's condemnation of UNESCO in these terms aj clear. I suppose its goes something like th.that tubsenf LTNBDCO represents a challenge to it' I integrity oi tWj States If such is true, then why not INK IT [or example? Or. Ig sentimentality got so strong a hold on uthat we consideri weak, lovable, unaspiring and in need ol n hH}| fce 9 Terhjipi a ha-Something to do with the liter; Henry .lames and Charles Addams would tell us quill,' about the unambitious nature of children This may seem like! ad abwrdum. but the fact remains that the Legion condemi th* I'niled Nations Kducation. Scientific and Cultural 0r a* about as lovical as a similar condemnation hurled agNations International Child Emergency Fund would be. There is little point in disproving the Legion's tbesi* U argued aeain.t the "one world government hoax counlae] Those in the Legion who pushed through the conderanatie^ their Miami convention know it is a hoax I am. instead, i with the meases oi Legionnaires who supported the on move. Do thry know either the purposeor -i^nificance otw Do they know what they voted for'' A more pivotal e.uesWKj is the nature of the force that motivated the Legion cond A survey here last week, based on direct discussion wij' Legion members throughout the nation, indicated that to^| joritv of them-had little or no notion of what they had rnfinnl IIMM nrooniTntinn Ricots of all international peace organization behind names that include "united." "democracy "Christian" and a host of others, all share honors m against the UN. %  aw i in: \sn. (.I Every shade of racist and anti-Semite also I" ,d, 'JL| is to be unAmene conclusion of t AmerifJ of t administration and flooded across'the early months of Pre* .eBricker Amendment wu. sue. Had the President failed to veto the amrndmeni^-^ notion that to belong to the United Nations is to be un argument reached its ascendancy at the conclusion ^^.^ hower's arrival in office, when the Bricker Amendm issue Had the President failed to veto the amei._ gres* succeeded in overriding it, the position of the uns have been inestimably enhanced. ., Mr. Eisenhower's move once again firmlv ^ nt, JJJ'tai ment with the United Nations. But its enemtrconu jrsk abated The Legion's condemnation of UNESCO is m ^ against a single facet of the UN structure If W''. ^a present administration, it will serve to weaken tne ^jain But even worse, it places the Legion in close ju ^ ^^ general mass of United Nations opponents, who smw hehet uC the company they keep. It therefore seems vital in { t hel' its move here last week—that it make public tne n.^ who guided its policy and that it give better reaso government" for the condemnation of INKS'" Until that time-Jind until the Legion member structed—H must be beld respectfully suspect.



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: October 21, 1955 ?Jeistinorlf a hospidirector," he exout the rules jations of the hospital. But cutive ft to carry flivc function is more than 5, to organize the staff of lul to achieve the most efClient care, the best teachcian and nur>es and of medical executive does striving toward [phj uci Bvancemeni When an ling-. 1P fcf excellence IPT'S own vision is some 16 K,. received his AB dei the University of West and did postgraduate [flew York t'niversity and In those days, there hospital administration ^"and he contented himself ulating his studies so that aim at 'understanding %  st job was with the City of (rk. In the Department of Gertner dealt mainly jjblems of the aped. In that I he was sent on loan for of four years to the De,. of Hospital-, where he I intensive survey of propri kpitals. nursing homes and the aged "I was mainly in the then inadequate ," he says. here was more than that [talked geriatrics before it pmmon term in the' social | vocabulary During the daministnition, New Myor loaned him out a e—now to assist a pri%  niation in converting its [to deal with juvenile deFrom there, it was a i to his first real hospital (year. Gertner was associManhattan's Seidenham There.'' he explains, "I prst experience m the field integration and worked of the city's top Negro the following six years, (filled the post of assistant director at Beth Israel. [1949. Miami called. Moses had heard oi his work. £it into a huddle with and William D. Singis history. • arrived in Miami ember 5. 1949. Mt. Sinai lower Alton rd. closed, finishing touches on its site were being made. ed for a 100-bed hosaspiration and awareness of the other physicians with whom he would work. What decided his being chosen was the fact that he best fitted in with the good of the i ^mmunity. Today, as a result, Mt Sinai Hospital has a top cardio pulmonary laboratory. But the result of the choice is even broader. The University of Miami medical school now teaches a postgraduate course in electrogardiography in conjunction with | ed. Most important is that they will be in fhe general community to serve Miami's medical needs," says Gertner. As president of the South FlorWhat are the hospital's further t' da Hospital Council and director visions? To extend its activity wth of Florida Blue Cross, Gertner furthe UM medical school. To assist thers his visions as a means of f ultra .irea in becoming one of the nation's top medical centers. In^hcl? iT, m .£Ti ocal need '-1 ^ the Na,ional Public Health vihrani mu i L a u y Ung manHealth Service, vibrant, filled with hope and ambition, a man close to the age-level, creasingly to attract physicians, technicians and patents from Cen ter and South America. To add to! Miami's technical study facilities. In 1950, apart from self-training and proprietary schools. Greater Miami had no schools for x-ray or lab technicians. Today, Mt. Sinai this Mt. Sinai laboratory. Together nas ,w0 su ch schools and envisions vith its annual seminar on Mod-, a third for internship in pharmaern I rends in Diagnosis. Mt. Sinai! cology. "We don't care if our stuis approved in the American Med-' ical Association's "Postgraduate Medical Education in the United States" along with other such top hospitals as Mt. Sinai in New York and Beth Israel of Boston. The ivory tower scentist, unaware of community needs, might never have developed this laboratory setup. • • GERTNER explains this more simply: Does there exist a par ticular community need for a particular type of hospital service? This is what must be determined, and then Mt. Sinai endeavors to act ^accordingly. In order to avoid being just 'a sick bay,' we are trying to increase our teaching programs, to add to our national approvals." Recently, a local health official said he didn't "give a hoot" about Miami Beach's being "a rich community." The dental condition of Miami Beach's public school youngsters, he reported, was atrocious. The result was that Mt. Sinai is Samuel Ctrtntr ... tilt community pital," he muses about the past. "One year later, there were 258 bed*." This was a good start; it served partially to fulfill the reasons for his coming here — the challenge the area offered. "We have an enlightened board of directors. The board told me if was interested in more than a sick bay. Mt. Sinai Hospital was to become a fine teaching hospital under the auspices of the Jewish community. "When I left New York, hospital administration was a monotony of now considering the creation of a bureaucracy. There was no stimula' dentaI c,inic Su cn community tion anywhere — no drive toward j awa reness is the key to Mt. Sinai's progress. Mt. Sinai changed these %  con t>nuing progress." Gertner says, things for me, just as things in hos-j W,thout ll we are not serving." pital administration generally be-' As a symbol of active local pargan to change throughout the counticipation, this and other clinics try after that. i advance the cause of general "I'm an idealist about my work," nea,th he says. "I have to be a friend to I The new 300-bed, six-story, $4,whoever is in the hospital—a serv-' 000,000 hospital gping up adjacent ant to whomever I can help." This j to the present Mt. Sinai site will means, he explains, that both the be an extension of this progress. It executive director and the hospi! .,:,. „_„.-.„„_ ,._, tal must be. above all. community-*"" pr0V de aes,hetlc moder conminded. And that is Mt. Sinai Hos-i vemences planned tor maximum pitala community-minded medi1 hospital efficiency and community cal institution interested in the I service. The old Mt. Sinai will be areas homes for the aged, general used as a residence for nurses and dents leave us once they are train~ mmfm filling the community's general medical goods. With his board of directors, his staff and advisors, he watches—and works toward Mt. Sinai's becoming one of the finest hospitals in the nation. 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n j „ pc" intl,. Neil Lowell. statistics: Lane Jeffrey was born "Saturday morning—all is even ounces of him-at Mt. S.nai. L| oarentare Barbara and Saul Genet, of 2280 Pinetree dr. i former vice president of Miami Beach Zionist District. Lmved With I He news were her P ren,s Mr •"* **"• Harry f r'.si Hills I I who flew down here for the occasion. Add delicht over Lane Jeffrey's arrival are the Harry Genets, fccademj founders. y, re por| the return of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner UUdelphia where he attended a meeting of the Internaj ons ,,, (he City of Brotherly Love of course meant further L New York Bui business prevailed there. Alex spent sei im N ew York ob riving construction of the latest type of fc back to Mi they came for a meeting of the American the Fontainebleau—but not to stay FurI died the Kushners to a medical meeting m Cute, JThc> n h-ime. Skin: ii travelers, the Sam Blanks seem to be hitti 1! Beats ice left Miami Aug. 18 to attend the Opening L ml .n Lakeland, where cocktails were the kf the di L York, and before anyone knew i, the Blanks to friends from Paris. A general tour of [followed and the couple wound up in Home. pjtripti tinent without a stop-over In Israel was nol |i Sam's lil ing So, they soon found themselves enjoying its Tel Aviv and Jerusalem have to offer. Blanks art back !>ut Chicago's got them. Sam's attending n.il wholesalers' convention there, while Bea is teeing what (| the Wind) City offers, From there, they both will be ofi ouis. ; in July, this column told his friends of the Miami visit of Lu, Jr., of Mobile—he's owner of Reiss Bros, there |re then, sari news came to his sister, Mrs. Arthur Friedman, ft >pvere Illness. rRita's happily telling friends that he's on the way to recovt' former head of Variety Hospital's woman's committee. %  idren of Inei Krensky are off on vacation. So. while they're hings at her lovely Delaware ave. home are a bit quieter— at Inei is happy about it. either. tilyn and husband Harry Smith, of 1795 Normandy dr.. finalI for Mexico after delaying the trip several times because of I heavy law practice. J daughter Judy left her Normandy Isle residence with huslom Gerard to spend some time in the Krensky home town of William Tendlers have become permanent Miami Beachhey usec{ to come down here for frequent vacations, and now I make their home at 114 2nd ter., Rivo Alto Island. |ith them is their daughter. Ronnie. They have another dauRhim, who has just entered Skidmore College and will be home holid;i\ ember school recess will mean something special to Dr. and Kup?*r and Mrs. Leonore Kleiman. pnore'< son, Elliott, and the Kuppcr's son, Kenny, are both %  freshmen at the University of Florida. ptwo boys recently left here for their first year at Gmineso'.h families have been friends since before their children orn. md Elliott's and Kenny's birthdays fall on the same Having also been born in the same year. — [there II be much burning of the midnight oil come DecemItM Kupper and Kleiman home when the freshmen return ff brief vai nard ami Beverly Tobin gave a beautiful dinner party at Pome. 7504 Hispanola ave., the other night. Leonard's a [Bay Village constable, psmn was to honor a long time friend, who is the well1 director ol the famed Kennebunkport Playhouse in Maine. giving the fun guest's treatment from the gracious and dotfr V s Robcr, C Currier. Moesnt boast about it, but a while back Leonard spent many fat the footlights under Currier's direction. f Ha PI>en Quickly Department: Larrie and Arlene BlasCV v L m f rried "> Miami Beach back in April. yne.v ve moved to New York, where Lerrie is attending prei" wl'evue. The stint is for one year, and their families. J Blasbergt and George Lights, both of Miami Beach, are r'ri. 0 im *'" pass quickly. ., !" lends entering his father's business, Riverside-Beach ^apel, when he and Arlene return. ErtVn "n y ycars f na PPy married life for Sylvia and Sidney )r1 ^ ,r m 'heir lovely Bay Heights home—which is the lago-th mai, y thousands of Miamians saw several thai ... u u honored guests at a dinner in the FontamelBifhTJc e L r chi,dre n. Barbara and Jeffrey, students at 'NeiJt^ enandoah Junior High, respectively. • ina'. Were m,rr ed Oct. U, 1935 in New York City and **" together since they were 15. itdliewisltUEIIioiriidljiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, October 21, 1955 Section B Thirteenth bienniel convention of Women's American ORT opened Sunday at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City. Representing Greater Miami chapters are these delegates (left to right): Mrs. Harry Tischler, Mrs. Samuel Pollack, Mrs. George Newman Stearn and Mrs. Irving Tillis. The Mesdames Tischler, Steam and Tillis are vice presidents of the Greater Miami chapter. Mrs. Pollak is president of the Miami Beach afternoon chapter. Mrs. Norman Rothstein, president of the Coral Gables chapter (not ehown), also joined this foursome at the New York convention. ORT maintains 200 tuition-free vocational training installations in 19 countries on five continents. Women's Army Leader to Visit Here Lieutenant Colonel Dina Werth. Commander of the training program of "Chen," the Women's Army in Israel, and a key figure in Israel's security program, will arrive in Miami Beach on Thursday. Oct. 27. for a series of meetings in behalf of the State of Israel Bond campaign. Members of the sponsors' ad visory committee of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds met Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 North Bay rd.. to finalize plans for Col. Werth's visit. Other social functions planned by women here will afford Col. Werth the opportunity of telling this area about the splendid way in which Israel Bonds are being put to use in the economic and industrial upbuilding of the Jewish State. A sponsors' tea tor Col. Werth will be held at the home of lirs. Isadore Hecht, 4213 Nautilus dr.. on Oct. 27. The tea will be open Lt Col Werth. on an inspection tour, tastes some soup in a Chen Army kitchen somewhere in IsraeL to all Sponsors of Israel for 1955, those women who have purchased at least $1,000 in Israel Bonds during the current year. On Sunday, Oct. 30. Mrs. Harry Koretzky will be hostess to Col. Werth and to the "Chen" workers of Greater Miami at her home, 6145 LaGorce dr., at a 10:30 a.m. brunch. Those women who buy a bond between Sept. 15 and Oct. 30. and those who sell $300 or more in Israel Bonds during those dates, will be guests at the brunch. Plans lor the whirlwind visit of Col. Werth were launched last week at a Women's Division meeting at the Algiers hotel, at which Mrs. Lillian Crahm, new director, wa i iMiiociuccd. Mrs. Louis Glasser, former chairman of the bond drive and president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, presented a report on the recent national mobilization conference in Washington. Miss Lillian Goodman, vice president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, presided and also reported on the conclave. As one of the top-ranking officers of "Chen," Col. Werth is charged with the responsibility of training all new members of the Women's Army. Because the recruits come from many differing backgrounds, Col. Werth must educate them in democratic citizenship, as well as in the basic duties of a soldier. Col. Werth, who has made Palestine her home since she was a young child, has been a distinguished leader in Jewish life there for twenty years. She emerged as a national figure by virtue of her heroic and dedicated efforts during World War II and in the Continued on Pege 5 B



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AjCongress Plans Functions Alaiors Tho xtidnln.v ZJ*mik>r8diari -bring amcmbcr donor hed by Ix.uise-Brar.deLs 0 f American Jew.sh Confweek at the Algiers hoding to an announcemen Mrs Ruth Alter U e affair was ChairEsther Hoij South Florida Division nstallation and luncheon Algiers. The chapters $500 contribution to the University of Miami Department of Human Relations will be presented at that time, Mrs. Morris Kogan, chairman, revealed. Other functions in the near future include: Dinner dance at the Latin Quarter Dec. 25. The chapter will preI extravaganza and hear Johnny | Kay sing as featured artist. Chairman is Mrs. Jack Janoff. Month of January will feature tne Commission on Law and Social | Action, with a program scheduled as You Are the Jury." in ch: rge are Mrs. Philip Brummer and Mrs Ruth Baglov. Page 11 A YOUNG ADULTS MEET Temple Emanu-El Young Adults will meet Wednesday evening, Oct take place Nov. 28 at the view the new Lou W alters Parisian 26, in the Temple social hall. B'nai B'rith Women Will Honor Officials North Dade chapter, B'nai B'rith women, held a membership jtca on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Blossom Herman, 830 NE 129th st. Co-hotesscs were Jean Van Dam and Shirley Gross. Mrs. Michael Sokal. 740 NW 126th st., was in 'charge of reservations. B'nai B'rith Women of Mami met Tuesday at Beth David Auditorium. Prof. George K. Smart, the University of Miami and vice presdent of the United Nations chapter of Dade County, spoke on "The Function of the United Nations." Workmen's Circle Party Site Workmen's Circle, 25 Washington ave., will be the site of a Women's Club 692 card party Sunday evening, Oct. 23. Mrs. Ida Spivack is chairman. ft Maule's New Is Des' hanks to South Florida's creative leaders our homes and communities are among the most modern and interesting in the Nation. Over the years our architects' original and imaginative application of even the most basic materials has given us a style of architecture that is functional, enduring and beautiful. Today, with the constant development of new building materials by Maule, the opportunity for new and original effects is almost unlimited. You'll see many of these new materials at work in our new office building at 5220 Biscayne Boulevard. You'll see the many ways exposed masonry can be used. We believe you'll gain timely and valuable information in this "show case" building of ours. So come on out and see us. We'll be glad to show you our newest products and to discuss their many applications. Free Parking in our private lot. •Product Development Program To Help You Achieve IM kjow fmik MIAMI PHONE 89-6631 5220 Biscayne Boulevard FT. LAUDCRDALE SOUTH DAM LOM 4-1 111 PNOMl Mi WMN i i 1432, 1459 1335 Northeast 26th Stroo* South AHapottoh Road & Moody Ortvo



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Page 12 A Zionists Launch Member Drive T +j£^tfk>€&torL Annual membership drive of the Zionist Organization of America In this area will be launched Saturda and will last until Nov. 15, ; %  J tiding in an announcement BMUIP y Seymour B. I.irtifsajfjlresM-n" f the Southeast H I the ZOA, and A Arthur Pekelner, chairman ol the South Florida co ordinating hoard. The drive will designate "Zionisl Month" and will be lam simultaneously in all Zionist Dia tricts in this area with a proclama tion by Rabbi Irving Lehrman president ol the Greater M in I binical Association and spiritual leader ol Temple Kni.inn I Headquarters for the drive tor new members in the %  -even -on era gates comprising the Soul r< spar inn %t been sel up aAWMfttf. on 14th si an] Washington ave. Miami Beach states comprising the districts are Florida, Georgia Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and North and South Carojinas, GUbi.: Rappapori is acting i utive director ol the Florida districts. Rabbi Rosenberg to Speak At AJConyress Meeting v ., %  %  i h ipter of the American Jewish Congress meet Wednesday noon, 0 K mix'k ( inii r Panel discussion on the accomplishments ol \ (Congress for ISM 1895 will be part < > t the business meeting Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David < ongregation, will be guest -peaker Rabbi Rosenberg, formally ol Philadelphia was chairman of the Commission ol Jewish Living and also a member oi the national administrative com mittee of American Jewish ConMis topic %  dl he "No Fears No Tears iJ Richard S. Kaplan, District Commander, Department of Indiana, American Legion, was presented with a certificate of appreciation by the North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. last week when he spoke on "What Part the Jewish Eliaible Veterans should 0 lm* American Legion.'' Shown are (leftI Jerome G. Greene, president of tfa.il Tobias Simon, president-elect; Kado3 Jack Wilson, treasurer. Seymour B. Liebman, president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, and Gilbert Rappaport, Florida director of the ZOA sta.iding watch Rabbi Irving Lehrman. sign the proclamation naming Oct. 14 to Nov. 15 "Zionist Month." as 52 Association Card Party Mis; Louise Bushing, catering will be executive chairman ol a card party for the 52 \ol Greater Miami Tuesday evening, Ocl ii">. in the Surf m of the Itonev Plan hotel Mrs Frank Steinberg is co-chairman. Hiss Rushing and MrStein luirad prises for the, affair The 52 Association holds the annual card party to continue their | work at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Coral Gables VOTE EOR A HI Si\ESSMA\ Your < Commission Group 3 NATIVE Ml AM I AN "I our VOTE and Support anproviatrd" To My Many Friends: '/ would surely appreciate your help in my campaign" COME ON IN HEADQUARTERS: 18 N.W. 17th Avenue (Flagler Street and 17th Avenue) Phone 3-5553 tW Pol Adv.) High Tckes Stand On Law Problems A stand on law enforcement. coupled wit I) "the need for vigorI ous new blood on the Miami citv I commission." were points tressed this week by James W H dldate m (iroup 2. High emphasized Mi.mu 'a need I for "progressive improvement in j law enforcement, and the facilities for affecting good law cnTorcement." My seven yean' enerience an a Federal officer with the U. S. Department of Justice and my years <.f univers.ty training in law enforcement equip me with the tech nical knowledge of how to improve Miami s law enforcement," High asserted The position of policeman in •n.s city should be an extremely desirable one. not only through upward adjustment of oav scale hut by imorovement of department morale.' he added. Other dtj amp ,. fP( | im provement m their working conditions, too, he. declared, and he noted that "the eonrtaaj and srrvice j which is rendered to citizens and visitors depends upon the good morale of city employees. We need new blood on the Miam. city commission." High said to Ito new thought and actions to such things as the need to improve law enforcement Miami is a wdh" 1 ***** businessmen to uk? 10n and V '* 0r are needtd to take over m suc h matters as law enforcement." Vote for... THE ONLY CANDIDATE H MAYOR WITH CITY COMMI! EXPERIENCE! ELECT CITY COMMISSIONER RANDY SlkTk MAYOR