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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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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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29Number 43
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
______________Miami, Florida, Friday, October 28. 1955
Price 20!
|flkRWSJ/Mi DETERMINED BATTLE TO [RADICATE ANTI-SEMITISM IN SECURITY CASiS
Us Admitted Investigator Didn't Act 'Properly'~But The Army ins) Forgot To Fire Him
1 MILTON FRIEDMAN
L lor JWV Convention
Lerminod battle waged by
Ujh War Veterans o[ the
[on the Fort Monmouth se-
I firings has brought about
irmy efforts to eradicate
fmilism and action by the
Iry of the Army against an
fmitic civilian security in-
Itor.
inal JWV Commander Jo-
seph F. Barr presented evidence
of anti-Semitism that was so care-
fully prepared and incriminating
that the Army issued an unusual
admission. The Secretary of the
Army wrote Barr: "Inquiry has
established the truth of your first
specific allegation, which related
to a secretary to a Jewish sci-
entist who was asked in 1952 how
she liked to 'work for a bunch
of Jews.' It is obvious that the
investigator acted improperly.
and I am able to report he is no
longer employed by the C.-2 (In-
telligence) section."
But after Barr exposed the se-
curity officer's bias and secured
this admission by former Secre-
tary of the Army Robert T. Stev-
ens of the truth of the incident,
the anti-Semite was found by the
JWV to be still employed by the
Army.
Barr continued to pursue the
matter with Army officials. An-
other JWV leader, Reuben Ka-
minsky, cited the Army's admis-
sion of anti Scmitism. He said:
"While such a statement would
normally lead to the conclusion
that the investigator had been
dismissed as a Federal employee,
our organization has been advis-
ed that he is still on the Depart-
ment of the Army payroll. We
wonder how many innocent em-
ployees were victimized by this
investigator's prejudiced re-
ports?'"
A surprising revelation of
Army confusion and ignorance
about Jewish organizations and
the Attorney General's list of
subversive groups was made in
ihe Stevens letter. Stevens said
"It is only because several Jew-
ish organizations are on the At-
torney General's list that persons
of the Jewish faith may be ques-
Continuod on Pag* 5 A
(Dulles Will Raise Question of Communist Arms Deal
At Parley of Foreign Ministers Meeting in
TEACHERS NOT TRAINED FOR SUCH COURSES
-**.
ADL Agrees to Study of Teaching 'About Religion'
i
Itstph f. Barr
KNCf SUNDAY
rea Leaders
!t Program
ir Progress
tare goin. forward for the
.do conference on subiir-
Hmuuie- which will aim to
PW pi .1 suburban !
It ha- Ix'i n announced by
' Myers n .ident of the
M.ami Jewish Federation.
pn of the planning commit-
Ktarge of i. ., pence, is
|Thurman who also heads.
munity planning
ley ha hei n set for Oct.!
M Bureau of Jewish Kduca-'
ill am to 3 p.m. and will'
nseussion. by representa-
"ie outlyinj Jewish com-,
f Dade i mty.
Preliminary planning- ses-
' L|-' Wei ;: attended by
'he suburban representa-
following subjects were
f !or discussion at the big
Jj^'ns in order of prior-
f,a education, fund rais
[wtinued on Pa9e 9 A
NEW YORK (JTA)Proposals that specific plans
be studied for the teaching of courses "about reli-
gion" as a curriculum subject in the public schools
without compromising the Constitutional mandate
of separation of church and state were accepted by
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Wednes-
day. At a meeting of the ADL executive, Henry
Epstein; Deputy Mayor of New York and chairman
of the ADL national program committee, declared
that the "ADL is not opposed to further study of
specific plans lo determine whether the objective
facts about religion can be taught to public school
children."
The executive committee, however, expressed both
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
wil not raise the Communist-Egyp-
tian arms issue formally at the
Geneva conference which was"
scheduled to open Thursday. State
Department sources said here. His
its fears that teachers are not trained to teach such' aP,roac}* ., wiH *"** '"/
Mimes" and its "doubts whether children in ele-'?011' ll was exp.,amed- W**"
mentary grades are qualified to discuss matters of jngton sources predicted Mr. Dul-
faith in objective terms." The League drew a sharp'1** wlU bnn UP the arms question
hstinction between "teach.ng religion as an instru- *?. .su*ge**inf. l Soviet Foreign
ment of indoctrination of sectarian dogma and the I Jf,nist*rI.v-. M- Mo,otov tha* ,he
possibility of teaching 'about religion' as a secular 1 fIow J Soviet-bloc arms to Egypt
school subject." I,s undermining the "spirit of Ge-
The ADL executive also- urged: elimination of n^va" and ralsin Western doubts
racial segregation from all Federal programs, noted about Communist intentions,
a "marked improvement in the climate of civil | A hint will be made by Mr. Dul-
liberties" in the past year, called on Mississippi les, it is forecast, that the Soviet
authorities to press for a prompt solution of the Union could regain a measure of
murder of Emmett Till, 14-year-old Negro boy.
CttniClSNI AGAINST UNISCO MPPfO SH/WPir
JWV Convention in Resolution Not to
Permit 'Another Korea' in the Near East
The tense situation in the Near
East took the spotlight this week
U 'he 60th annual national con-
vention of the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United Stale- opened
their sessions here at the DiLido
hotel.
By action of their national ex's*
ecutive committee. JWV dis-
patched a telegram to Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles In
Genera, calling upon him to u
the Soviet Foreign Minister to
ask "that his government refrain
from shipping arms to Egypt"
The telegram, signed by JWV
National Commander Joseph F.
Barr. of Washington, DC, told
Dulles to "show that his govern-
ment's professions of peaceful in-
tentions are sincere" and that
Western confidence by immediate-
ly severing the military supply
links with Egypt. It is not antici-
pated, however, that the matter
will be presented as a formal ulti-
matum. The issue will be treated,
according to well-informed sourc-
es, as a matter on the periphery of
the main Geneva objectives.
Reports received here Wednes-
day from Paris took the view that
the Soviet Union, through arms
shipments to Egypt, is seeking to
blackmail the Western Powers in-
to concessions at Geneva on Euro-
pean security and German reuni-
vakia and other states in the
Soviet orbit are free to foment
tension in the Middle East."
A resolution on the Middle| fication. They indicated that there
East situation, urging that "an-
Continud on Page 5 A
was reason to believe that Moscow
Continued on Page 9 A
LIMITED TIME-NO GREAT DETAIL
Sharett Flies to Paris for Talks
With Western Leaders, Molotov
Regarded as the Most Important
ccpt the fiction that Czcchoslo-
Jtm OF NEGOTIATION
Continued on Pb 7 A
ntences Spur Hunt for Kidnapped Girl
5ET*s sm arssrar-........t >...............- shlf-
"lands court, Dutch and Belgian authori- fused to give he:
'"'" the |llln( fr the Kj|., and ,w ()f tht, gjan convent, w
P\RIS (JTA>The Foreign Min- who arrived here Sunday, contin-
the free world can no i,.nger ac- .sters q{ BrUain Francc ancj thejued his condsultations Wed. with
United States discussed the broad: the Israel envoys to the United
outlines of the Middle East, situ SXalcs Britain, France and the So-
ation at their meeting here Tues-
day night, but it was understood
that in the limited time at their;
disposal they were not able to go:
into the various problems in any-
great detail. Their chief concern,
reportedly, was the threat to the
ere of influence in the
posed by the Czech-
$3.5 MILLION
child to the Jewisn -;--; -y ,() a Rpl. EgypUan ,rms deal. Both Foreign
fused to give hi-i up -n P '' unsuccessfully on Secretary Harold Macmillan of
nnvent. which w.is laului uiimiia ......... _j o____,,icii. inhr,
ifu! "f ****** h*r awayfrom
nonrVV [oUowed yw f negoti.it:
1 <'national hunt which result-
ll "I two sisters, the Miss.
to find her.
Britain and Secretary of State John
Defense Fund
Drive Quickens
linrUh
girl
gw ".-"...unity. They months in pritm KjrtiJiJrJSB ""nlhs- i Premier Moshc Sharett f Israel
other van Moorst sister, ucmu
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's vol-
untary "arms for defense" cam-
paign reached 6.5 million I
pounds ($3.6 million) Wedne
as Increased tension was reported
along the northern Syrian Iron-
tier.


Fage 2 A
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Record Delegation From Miami Area
To Attend Council General Assembly;
Local Leaders Slated to be Speakers
A record deleg;. Miami communal leaders will play public relations
Myers and Thurman are also
serving with (he program commit-
tee planning the General Assem-
bly, it has been announced by Jul-
< ian Freeman. Indianapolis prwl
dent, together with representa-
tive yroup of 47 Jewish communal
leader- drawn from .'("> Communi-
ties throughout the United States!
and Canada Thej are shaping tj
program which will reflect the
major concerns of the organized
Jewish communities
Problems to be acted upon at the
Assembl) include the full range Moses t. Feuerstein. president
ot Jewish community responsibil- of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
ities at home and broad Maior ses-i*, ,
s.ons a. the Assembly will be on Congregations of America and
the present status and future dl- ^anada< announced this week
rectioni of Jewish Federations and lhe appointment of Rabbi Abra-
Welfare Funds, overseas accom- ham B. Hecht to the position of
plishments and current needs, ap- director of the Union's newly
the
major roles at the 24th General
Assembly <>i the council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
Nov. 10 to 13 a' the Conrad Hilton
hi lei in Chicago.
Stanley C. Myers, a paat pie-i
dent of the CJFWF, will make the
major presentation at the opening
session on Thursday, Mov 10 Mj
is president ol the Greater Mi
Jewish Federation and a na-
tionally known leader in Jewish
affairs.
Also representing the Miami
will be Sam .1 lleunan, chair-
"I the 1955 Combined Jewish
Appeal, who is presently touring
Israel as a member of an extraor-
dinary overseas stud) mission con-
ducted by the United Jewish Ap-'
peal. Heiman will be a principal
speaker in the session on campaign
fanning for 1956. Harold Thurman. praisal of the best campaign ex established synagogue rela-
(hairman of Federations commu-' Pr,ence in 1955 aml planning for tions department. Rabbi Hecht
nity planning committee, will par increased results in 1956. care of ^ spiritual leader of the Magen
ticipate in the workshop on subur- he chronically .11. the retention of (David Community Center of
established leadership and recruit

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Myers will open the Assembly
with a keynote session entitled.
re Community Organisations
Keeping Pace With the Commu-
nities' Myers, a past president of
the Council and chairman of its
committee on community organiz
at ion. will present a cross section
n presentation of the mows of close
Center
the'rapill Lhe Sephardic Community in
ment of new
growth of suburban areas, develop
ment of Federation trust funds.
community synagogue relations
and special problems of small
clUv' Community Council, will preside a.s
A workshop on community svna chairman; Samuel Kubiner. former
Brooklyn and vice president of
the Rabbinical Alliance of
America.
gogue relations will concern cities
with a Jewish population of more
Rabbi Reports on
Vaad Hakashruth
Beth Jacob Concragation board
Of directors Monda\ night heard
is from Etabbi Tibor stern.
to loo outstanding lay and profes "''" ",IK)0 Louis Feinmark. presl-
sional leaders throughout the (,,'", "' U New Raven Jewish
ml ry
Dr Benjamin B Rosenberg, ex-
tK ltiv< director of Federation, will
be discussion leader at the work
i isiori on communit) sj
ships
Miami d li
: ate in session dealing
"Problems ol the Chronicall)
tbc Kurman, president, Jew
the Aged Maurice
ti in, Home ex n utive din c
I : J id I Harold
M Broad and Sam | and youth education and pointed to
Ke>'well. Beth Jacobs increased member
Julian Weinkle and Emanuel sh|l) a1"' worship attendance The
Mend a workshops tes hoard alto heard his report on the
the subject "Building the ,{,',n Jocob Vaad Hakashruth.
Retaining the Old Ifanpow -The Vaad is presenU) suparvis-
They will also discuss forma ing all wholesale kosher meat com-'
tion Ol young executive groups ln panics Bnd the majorilv of localI
immunities Attending gpe butcher-shops." Rabbi stern said
' of the social planning adding that "several hotels and res'
groups will be Mr- Leo Ackerman, tauranta are expected to open their,
presid, nt. Jewish family Service, season under the Vaad \ supervi-
Mbert (dmanor. executive direr- sion."
tor: Max C Gettinger, assistant di- Hahbi stem -.i ,. i.
si0-*.....>*- S^?*s?c5g
' '' .. 5htr Butchers Guild has inv.t'-
Herberl Sober will attend -e~ ed me to become the Guild's re
sions concerning the regional pro ligious advisor" H said that his
SanUv!-,hM\r,,,,nCil.an for "* ""'"cation
btanl. j Myers, national vice of all kashruth supen .son orean
fldent of -he National Council i/at.o.is. adding that he was "<"
01 Jewish Women, will participate operating with the Aguth Hora
,n ^eral .session, bom.n. the Rabbinical CouiS
Fred K Shochet. publisher of i Greater Miami Jewish Federation
lhe Jewish Flondian. will partici | and a" rabbis of the area" to that
-------------------------------- i end.
president of the Detroit Jewish
Welfare Federation, will act as (fla-
CUaaant; and Dr Rosenborg will
serve as discussion leader.
The annual Assembly dinner.
Saturday, Nov. 12. will feature a
major address on changing pat
term In Jewish communal service
Samuel a Goldsmith, executive
director of the Chicago Ji
Federation, will pre-, nt con
prehensive analysis ol the changes
in Jewish communal service
the Congregation's new spiritual hroughl about by economic shifts,
leader j expanding government welfare
Rabbi Stern outlined hi-
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October
28. 1955
*teUtrkri r Committee Honoring Moshe
rett Are Revealed as Ccmmunily
aivanizes for All-Out Borsd Effort
f (he dinner commit-1 Miami committee for .State of U-
ninnor of State v.hich[rael Bonds, arc .1. A. Cantor, Mr
fS.yin*.tl *|>*^>uis*r. Iterrh, xiood-
( i niitame^ man-^.sadore FIe|Lt. .Samuel KJc-
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ltd N'n
Hi
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D chairman
rw;th Friedland and Ja-
f firman ol the heater
ji Swirsky
|es Exam
Honors
Union for Jewish Educa-
nounccl Wednesday that
fcnaryahu Swirsky, spiri-
der of Beth El Congrega-
fpisted the Jerusalem ex-
tn cum Jaude.
Meyers. Stanley c. Myers. Max Oro-
vitz. David Phillips, Dan B. Ruskln
and Carl Weinkle.
"The acceptance by these com-
munity leaden ol positions on the
committee indicates how thrilled
all of South Florida is about th..
historic visit.'" Friedland said.
The local chapter of the Guard-
ians of Israel, those individuals
who have purchased a minimum of
T .(- $1,000 in Israel Bonds in 1955, is
lOP nOnOrb sponsoring the Dinner of State.
Plans for a formal reception for
the Prime Minister, to be held by
the Trustees of Israel, arc being
formulated, Sher said.
Leaders of the dinner committee
also were scheduled to meet this
week with Lt. Col. Dina Werlh.
|jerusaicm examination is visiting Israeli Army official, to
nnnaliy to encourage the ( pian for the first visit to the South
THE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
MEN'S CLUB and JUNIOR SISTERHOOD
cordially invites the public to the lint
MEMBERSHIP TEA PARTY
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 8 P.M.
of the
MARSEIUES HOTEL
17th Street and Collins Avenue
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Noted Scholar and Author
Will Presenf His first lecture of a Series of five
lectures and Debates on
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE IN TORAH LAW
The Public is Cordially Invited
SOCIAL HOUR and REFRESHMENTS
Musical Program by Cantor Mamches
Harvey Tendler, Men's Club Sophie Englander, Junior Sisterhood
Mai Englander, Moderator
Jacob Sher
Hebrew and to stimulate
Ficholarsh p outside of Is-
cally. "' Jerusalem ex-
ninistered through
Bail of Jewi-h Kducation of
[Miami.
hrsky received his doctor-
[.(,,. i of Chicago
Rabbinical degree at the
Biological College in
He is known locally as a
lie and Hebrew scholar and
?>ent working on a book on
(life soon to be published.
of an Israel Prime Minister.
"This dinner will represent the
major effort of Greater Miami to
its share of the $35,000,000 in
new Israel Bond sales between now
and the end of ,1955." Sher said.
Monticello Park Men
Plan Breakfast Meeting
Dedication services for two new
Torahs will be held at Congrega-
tion Monticello Park on Nov. 6.
The Scrolls will be dedicated to the
junior congregation.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. spiritual lead-
er, will be in charge of the pro-
gram, with N. Ostrov assisting.
Men's Club of the congregation
will hold a breakfast meeting on
Nov. 6, according to an announce-
ment by Arthur Snyder. acting
chairman. Acting secretary is
Arthur resent.
Reception at North Dade;
Reception and card party is j
scheduled at North Dade Jewish
Center Saturday evening, Oct. 29.
Rabbi Henry Okolica. spiritual
leader, said all new members of
the congregation will be honored
Principal speaker will be Nor-
man Bean, of Miami, authority on
flying saucers.
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*Jem3ti Meridian
Published very Friday since 1927 by th Jswlsh
Florldian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida
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Friday, October 28, 1955
Volume 29 Number 43
Heshvan 12. 5716
When U.S. Senators Drop Pennies in Egypt's Collection Box
The Communist arms arrangement with
Egypt has stirred up a major controversy in
the Western World. A principal spokesman
against the arrangement has been our own
government.
Sec. Dulles again and again warns Cairo
that any* Egyptian purchase of arms from the
Soviet Union will threaten peace in the Near
East. This is a strange kind of warning-one
which does not need to be sounded.
The Egyptians are doing business with the
Communists precisely because they want to
build up a large arms cache for possible use
against Israel. Certainly, the United States is
aware of this; certainly. Sec. Dulles knows
cbout it. Why all the double talk?
In the face of our government's concern over
Egyptian arms purchases, U.S. leaders have
done these things:
1. Sec. Dulles sent George Allen to Cairo
some ten days ago to present Col. Nasser
with U.S. views on the Russian arms
arrangement and to tell him that we look
with disfavor on it.
2. Following Mr. Allen's report to Washing-
ton, Sec. Dulles made an official state-
ment in which he said that the U.S. can
not censure a nation for building up its
armament especially not a nation
which feels itself in danger.
The about face in our government's policy
s the result of a promise by Col. Nasser
tl he would not use his new Russian muni-
':ons against the Jewish State. This lie is easily
exposed. Col. Nasser said that the major
source of his political strength is among offi-
cers of the Egyptian army. These officers, he
told Mr. Allen, merely want additional arms "to
play with." They don't care to be caught un-
prepared in a second war.
We do not believe that Mr. Allen and Sec.
Dulles failed to see through this fabrication.
Nonetheless, these leaders of U.S. foreign
policy are continuing to comfort Egypt by deed
even as they censure her by word. The latest
example of such double-dealing is this report
from Cairo received in London:
Four American senators Kilgore, McClel-
lan. Saltonstall and Stennis had a 90-minute
meeting with Col. Nasser late last week. Egyp-
tians are currently donating funds to the gov-
ernment to conclude the purchase of arms from
Russia. Government workers have been "vol-
untarily" giving up one month's pay as their
share of participation in the national fund
raising drive.
Senators Kilgore. McClellan, Saltonstall and
Stennis dropped donations for Egypt's arma-
ments fund drive into a contribution box outside
the Egyptian Premier's office as they entered
his office for the conference. Apparently his-'
tory repeats itself. When Sec. Dulles went on
hifl ten-day "fact finding" tour through the Near'
East a presumably impartial survey of the.
trouble spot made in early 1953 immediately |
after the Republican assumption of the Presi-
dencyhe traded pistols with then Premier
Naguib.
Who is fooling whom?
During The Week...A,
y LEO MINDLIN
I speak of cowardice I speak of a
community's cowardice. State Suni nrT?Uni,y's com
Introduced a move in Tallahassee^ br n^ Tfc^J
I s
Hi
'"struct*
public school system. He i
In his concern over God, Sum tun.
<-f the United States, But Supt Lletu 'S de,^ the
school official- <
are dedicated
community
-chooi,
Planning for the Future is Important Part of Progress
The Greater Miami area is expanding with
unprecedented strides, and the Jewish commu-
nity's proportionate expansion means an in-
creasingly complex program for social, cultural
and philanthropic action as the days go by.
The boundaries of our city widen constantly
lo develop residential and business sites that
were relatively unpopulated only a short time
ego. Flagler-Granada. Hialeah-Miami Springs,
NEW FOUND BUDDIES
Homestead, North Dade, North Miami Beach,
Northwest, Opa-Locka. South Dade and West
Miamithese are some of the new communi-
ties here whose advancing activity reflects
Greater Miami's continuing growth.
Unless a program of sound planning and co-
ordination is exercised, these new areas will
make errors in judgment so far as future prog-
ress is concerned. Many of them have already
set into motion cultural and religious centers
to ameliorate the pressure of their local needs.
But in some cases, this has been done without
regard to future reguirementswithout an eye
toward planning for anticipated expansion.
In many cases, duplication of activity in ad-
jacent communities will prove costly simply
because it fails to take into account the econ-
omy of joint programming and joint construc-
tion of facilities.
To this end. the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ence" "Tk"! Sunday fr an mitial C**T-
for L~ Suburban.cn>"iunilies. Spokesmen
tor these communities will be called upon to
d.scuss their problems with regard to such d
inaV^r8 QS IeWish *ducation. fund rat
LvLn bnanc?*- Panning construction of
and 9r?Ue8 Q,nd Cen,er8' reuaious leadership
r^ioT0nne1' Pr0*ammi^ and in,ergrou
Federation believes that sound plannina can
SiTK8 COSUy mu,,akes ,or SdhrtcSS
e^n,^ Qnd ,he 2* at la'9- Federahon
aTpn. iPr0per coordintion between thew
We believe Federation is to be congratulated
.l. in this state and SS? XJ
ed to bringin rel,*,,,,,. ^!truct! Ughoul "
week. Most of them avoided"answeringJ5
to send me statements "after due conSdeSiS^?1 **
were downright rude and dismissed me and^W]
moral weakness I found in this regard stU V "no "
t.ons. School Board officials refused to ted me' W8
hgious leaders honestly confessed their XS"V: A b
One top business leader, who is a "guidina LS *">
fcrence of Christians and Jews, considered 2 mU,e*N
instruction in the public school system tc> be *?"!*"* l
The National Conference of Christian, ,BTi "^
cabal here with this and other such, S*"!*!?* 2
stand on anything, preferred again to remain I. """M
rassed; it did just that. Off kills at ,h^ '?' *
professed cultural center of a city they declare y **
the university's formation in 1925, hid behind 7E',WlsW*l
or academic bliss-whichever you prefer Shn**
"Out here." one member of the CM adminUh...-
mainly concerned with teaching. YoVwte !**
know ..." I was once one of them; and I know-iSLa
,
NEED TO RECOGNIZE JUSTICE OF THE POSITION
If there is cowardice among the religious leaders m I
Protestantism and Judaism; if there ,s cowardice armL
spokesmen; if there is cowardice infesting and rotting l_
of those organizations which masquerade as human re3
if there is cowardice on a university campus-then e inZS
There are those who will insist that the word "rowanWk
ous. A better word, they will say, is 'expediency" It is ad
remain silent. It is expedient to beg the i-Mie It "is expedieMk
no one. Then, I say. use the word expedient." But nJ
cowardice here, no matter how much one paints the hud
with semantic rouge.
We are not lost if we recognize the justice of our
affirm the fact that the separation of religion from all pbH
is traditional to American experience and that the incursMaT
on public function can establish dangerous precedent. TV]
the Constitution of the United States understood this pal
The First Amendment guaranteed that such incursion shall i
place.
Yet there is a strange kind of misguided religious zeal I
our nation now. Supt. Bailey and other school officials hm1
upon themselves to solve the American dilemma through i
the renaissance of faith among us has been the outgrowth of<
of communismand I believe it has in the Christian
we are selling short the strength of democracy and assaultiaj j
tion religion has attained in Western society.
When Supt. Bailey insists that we can not teach dema
Godless atmosphere, he means that American democracy it I
less to a child without the simultaneous inculcation of fear f
"God will punish you if you do not grow up to be a good i
citizen," is the lesson Supt. Bailey wants to teach.
AK7VBMSNT MAKES ASTONISHING CAINS JJ
fBut such, a lesson debases the great philosophy U
American democracy and reduces religion to rank supra
child'will befcorne sensitized to the voluntary character rf I
in Supt. Bailey's classroom. In the hands of such a te
will be capable of learning that democracy means self-dete
The difficulty began with the trifling religious incurswsl
the zealous on public function. The move to bring religious i
into the public school system has strengthened astonishinglyl
past few years. One great stride in this regard was the inch
out any public protest whatever, of the phrase "i
Pledge of Allegiance.
There was no public protest against that for several I
same reasons explain the silence now meeting the Bailey I
similar plans currently in operation in various parts ot an
To begin with, the uninformed are intimidated by the M
religious indoctrination. They therefore believe it is an ew
to bring religious instruction into the public school systta
the uninformed do not know that such a move could awe
ed in the courtsthat it actually is in violation of the r irsi
But the reasons for the silence extend into the rang-
ed, as well. These are the upright among us. who fear
sure. Uke the uninformed, they. too. are intimidated, u
good business to oppose God. As a safe alternative iqj
witting partners of.the intrigue and politely ignore ise

TWO ISSUES IN FRONTAL CLASH
Thus, the cowardiceand the silence We w' ,-
the sham under the banner of religion-permit bupi. -^
school officiab to make self-righteous observation? nc-(
of the home to inculcate religious principles 'm<\ L
and the need for the school system to take up the du ^
THE
No American will ever admit that he ,c,s JB^s*fl
officials or his government intrude on the sane
, "teli you! even the f*
enumerate these rights, will tell you that But i .. ^i
the rugged indiuaw
He has rights, he will
Supt. Bailey intends doing, and
;aa
challenge him are strangely silent. reaious
I dislike seeing such an easy victory for-u ^
shameful defeat for the cowardly and the """ Ka|ous.
me that victory is not yet firmly in the hancis oi d ^
tells me that the courts will not have "">"' t0 be *
moral community leaders that God can conu"" in the
even if His precepts are taught at home
synagogue. ... ^ shortly "P*'
Something tells me that a reckoning *"' w b)jc school"
haps the cowardly will soon see two curreniv ^ *
frontal clashthe questions of religious 'n> jn this'
perhaps they will see that most relig>o"^e ^
=.*r to carry their message of faith to the *" ^,
separately. And perhaps the cowardly win
not so XJodly afterall. public
The problem of religious **%X*> *
then emerge from the morasi of the proseiyi
into the clear light of constitutional law.
And
prefer


v,ober28, 1955_
^JwMhflcricitori
Admitted Error But Army Kept Investigator on Job
Page 5 A
IS
w#d from P9* 1 A
IL subject." This iri-
te Army's preemption
Kewish groups UsUd
Lrnoy General wertta
Lus organizations^ The
Rose r-.mn.umst gups
(plotted the name Jew
, ,|So made the admis-
(it is "standard practice
|iv investigations" to dc-
fhe rel.KK.u-. fUtaftfaM
Bs examined The JWV
Ion had been that such
ere carried out without
race, color or creed.
es a person's religious
, have to (l<> with Com-
Thafs what the JWV
i know.
hbering Chasanow, Lade-
andy and other cases,
, carefully studied this
(the Stevens letter. The
same paragraph defended a line
of security questioning in which
a woman employee at Fort Mon-
mouth was asked to name the"
Jewish organizations in whieh >he
held membership. The only safe
way for a Jew to prove his loyal
ty. then, must be to maintain
membership in Jewish organiza-
tions. This might make some
membership chairmen happy. But
it is clearly contrary to Constitu-
tional precepts and fundamental
American tradition.
Barr was asked by Stevens "to
bear in mind that Army installa-
tions which approximate small
cities in population and citizenry,
cannot eradicate completely and
suppress permanently all expres-
sions of hate, greed or prejudice.
Such attitudes are, as you know,
rooted deeply in the character
of the individuals concerned and
I believe that we must be pre-
pared to cope with them as con-
tinuing problems" it Wils ,his
philosophy which permitted the
Annj to retain the nti-scmitc
exposed.
Steveni assured Barr that Ar-
my commanders were to be ;il< it
< i' stations of racial or religious
discrimination." And informed
sources reported that while the
anti-Semite was not fired he was
taken out of the position where
he did harm and is presumably
being watched by his superiors.
So, the JWV did score a measure
of success in correcting the Fort
Monmouth situation and in pre-
venting anti-Semitism in Army
security cases elsewhere.
The JWV plans to continue its
consultations with the Army. Of-
ficials of the Army have made
known that they welcome JWV
suggestions. Thus, in the Ameri-
can framework, changes can and
will be made.
son, author of "The Road to Health
and Happier Living" and "Live a
100 Years Happily," will give the
second lecture on "The Natural
Spinoza Forum Presents
Second in Lecture Series
Spinoza Forum lor Aciult Edu-
cation, 124 11th st., Miami Beach,
has changed the time of lectures IDlet f man"
and discussions from Sunday eve-! Harry Kershaw. former prc-i-
ning to Sunday morning, 11 a.m. ;dent of the Greater Miami Natural
On Oct. 30, Dr. Abraham Wolf- Hygiene Society, will preside.
jrbin, chairman of the building fund campaign of
iBeth Sholom, accepts a $10,000 signed pledge card
art L. Rosen, president of the Men's Club, at the an-
jer-dance and installation of the Men's Club in the
[hotel Sunday evening. Ralph Spero. president of Beth
t looks on. The Men's Club, which sponsors the youth
jb program of the Temple, has accepted the responsi-
|raising SI0.000 toward the Temple's campaign for the
0,000 needed to finish and furnish the new Beth
Convention in Resolution Not to
rmit Another Korea' in Near East
nutd from Pag* 1 A
Korea" not be allowed to
[there, has already been
and wa> to be placed
[floor during sessions of
ptntion late Wednesday.
{solutions reported out
(resolution committee of
|ecry criticism against
and (Upline the un-
philosoph) ol Kuilt by
on and kinship which
i to defame the
of man) innocent per-
afh the administration
deral Employees Seiur
under Executive Or-
rtile. Isaiah M. Minkoff,
""! director ol the Nation-
ally Relations Advisor)
I told a United Nations
pniver>ar> luncheon meet-
fcored here bj JWV that
>orld "has been largely
[Wt balance by the Com-
INnted out. however, that
""till have far to
"ley appreciate the full
implications of what it means to
fight an ideological enemy on a
worldwide battlefield."
Minkoff said "it ought to be
part of the role of our veterans
organizations to interpret this s
pect of the world struggle. But
some of our veterans organiza-
tions," he added, "seem to lack
the vision and perspective to see
it in its fullest dimensions."
This observation was construed
by observers here as an onslaught
against the American Legion,
which concluded its national con-
vention in Miami Beach earlier
this month and which voted COO'
demnation of the United Nations
Economic, Scientific and Cultur-
al Organization.
Minkoff praised the JWV for
its comprehension of the part vet-
erans organizations should play-
in this struggle and compliment-
ed its shouldering of the respon-
sibilities of "alerting other vet-
erans organizations everywhere
to the meaning of the ideological
struggle and for making them
understand what is involved in
the winning of it."
Beth Sholom Affair
Will Launch Final
Campaign Push
John Serbin, vice president of
Temple Beth Sholom and chairman
of its building fund campaign, will
meet with "The Builders of Beth
Sholom" to launch its "over-thc-
top" campaign to complete and
furnish the new Temple at a
brunch on Sunday, Oct. 30, in the
Temple's banquet hall, according
to an announcement by Ralph
Spero,. president.
"I look forward to meeting our
volunteer campaign workers who
will call on their fellow-members
in an intensive six-week campaign
to put our building fund "over the
top." Serbin said.
"Our workers in the past have
been so enthusiastic that we ex-
ceeded the $500,000 we set for our
goal last year. I anticipate the
same whole-hearted response for
this final push. Our Temple has
every reason to hail the volunteer
workers, for the congregation was
able to worship in the unfinished
sanctuary during the recent High
Holy Days. Having had a sampling
| of the beauty and heightened spiri-
tuality of the new sanctuary, I
I know they will more than ever be
! worthy of this designation.
"During the next six weeks, con-
, struction and campaigning will
' proceed simultaneously in an ef-
fort to open the new sanctuary for
i regular Sabbath worship in lato
December," Serbin explained.
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* Academy Holds Meeting
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Sidney Rubinowitz. chairman.
Hebrew Academy's board of ad
missions, gave a progress report.
Other reports were by Dr. Irwin
Makovsky, chairman, board of edu-
cation; Dr. Samuel Wolfe, chair-
man, high school committee; Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
Harry Genet, chairman of the
executive committee and acting
president for the years 1952-53,
was awarded a plaque "for out-
standing and meritorious service."
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PRAISES THIS AREA'S GROWTH
Special ZOA Representative Arrives Here for Conferences
The Greater Miami area has be-i
come one oi the largest centers of
Jewish riirmmiii.il life accordii
Abram Salomon, special repreJ
sentative of the Zionist Orj
tton '!' America and International |
communal worker who arrive I in
Miami this w<
A! one time only the It
eitie> like N M YOT\ Cl
Boston ami Philadelphia w
ters ol Jewish communal
and
towns had to get along the best
way they could ii the) wanted Ji
ish :u-ti\ itii Ti
Z< i \ nd other national Ji
lions, '< wish c
tivities reaches the suburbs and
small communities. 1 .
:. tin- area has best
known in our coin I
its tropical climate but for Its
charitable contributions to
various philanthropic cau
mon i- a former Polish lawyer
who was driven out ol his home bj
Nazi storm trooper- and eventually
escaped to Australia, where he be
Abrtn Salomon
came active in Zionist affairs
There he edited "The Zionist," the
official organ ol the Zionist o:
on in Australia In i!H7. Salo
Rallying around James W. High, candidate for Miami City
Commission in Gioup 2. are Herbert Diamond (far left). Mrs.
Diamond and Ben Granoff. Rally was a beef barbecue held
at 2901 SW 7th st. recently. About 250 persons attended.
mon visited the !> splaced Pei
camps in Germany a- an Australian
Jewish press correspondent, ac-
ted to the ollie I Commi
for Gerroanj m Austria,
in i!'t;. he alao m tint
to Palestine as the official
guest ol the Jewi CJ From
until the
die of II layed in Israel
u in re he was the Dii the
! r K.M.K.,
Fun*
e World Confetk rati wi

al Zionl is in Latin Amer
n here he has ii 11 the oppor
(unity to come Into contact with
h communities in
h misphi
This i> h first \isit to Miami
nd Salomon said he would remain
here until (let 30. contemn,; with
ills local Jewish loaders re
ing phase ol Jewish commu-
I nity life
Shiver Seeks
Commission Seat
otis w Shiver is a candidate for
Miami City Commission in Group 3.
Shiver, who own- I supermarket
here, was catapulted into the pub-
lic eye with his recent stand on the
Milk Commission.
Morn hi Cairo. Ca he came to
Miami at the age of three and
attended Jackson High. He spent
three MM!) with the infantry, serv
| ing overseas in the Pacific The-
: ater.
After World War II. lie was a
j Federal meat and dairy inspector
for a brief period, before resuming
his business activity. In 1948.
Shiver married the former Flor-
ence Schloicher The couple have
two children. Steven Otis. (our. and
Dale Wilxm. 22 months.

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B'nai B'rith Seeks 1,500 New Members
In i lion of the 112th
year of its founding, B'nal B'rith
Its greatest concen
for an increase in
hip in it- hi
- the drive in the Smith
ia George J Talian-
Miami Beach attorney, p
ii B'rith Lodges in
"t Florida and past presi-
I the Miami Beach Lod
i B'nth. Tslianofl is also the
nal Anti-Defamation League
commissibner representing the
Southern an
A i ..I of l.soo new members
Was s.t at an organizational mcet-
beld at the Shelborne hotel
Mondsj i attended bj presi-
dents and membership chairmen oi
all lodges in the Greater Miami
area, as well as Ft Lauderdale and
Hollywood.
Talianoff announced that a vic-
tory dinner will be held at the
Latin Quarters opening night of
22 Leo Steinman. regional
vice president of the Florida state
ration of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
has accepted the position of CO-
ordinal
Membership chairmen of the var
working with Talian
"it and Steinman are: Irving
Schatzman, Miami Beach; Harry
Schwartz Sholem; Gaorga |
Berkley, North Shore; Sol Rappa-
port. (oral Gables; Stanley Wall-
man. Flamingo; and Martin Tuck-
er. North Hade
Zamora Institute Classes
***M /rvtee tefer
Otis W. Ski*,,
Zamora Jewish Center of Coral
Gables has instituted an adult edu-
cational seminar Rabbi B Leon
Hurwitl conducts classes on Tues-
days from 10 am to 230 p.m. Courshons Named to Posts
Course is called The Philosophy! Arthur H Courshon has been
of Jewish Living" and includes I clec,ed P^'-ident and Gib Cour-
"The Rituals of Religion" and "The ,shon Vlcc President of Gib-Sol En-
Tn-Uto* Our J^;,^'"* """"" '"
Late Friday Service
Resume at Temple
Resumption of late Friday eve
ning services at Temple Emanu-El
for the 12th eo>SOtutie year on
Friday. Oct 28. it is announced by
Rahhi Irving Lehrman.
The initial service will be a spc
cial memorial program dedicated
to the Jewish War Veterans of
America on the occasion of their
national convention here
Guest preacher will be Rabbi
Joshua L. Goldberg, national chap-
lain of the Jewish War Veterans.
who will speak on "A* Adventure
in Democracy." Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, spiritual leader of the West
Miami Jewish Center and Florida
State Chaplain of the Jewish War
Veterans, will also participate in
the service.
Rabbi Lehrman will officiate,
and Cantor Philip Brummer will
chant, assisted by the Temple choir
under (he direction of Joseph
Schreibman.
A goal of 1.500 new members has been set
by the group of B'nai B'rith leaders, who met
last week at thj> Shelborne hotel to map
plans for an annual membership drive
Shown are Michael Sossin. president. Miami
Beach Lodge; Leo Steinman. state regional
vice president; Jack Wilson, treasurer
North Shore; George Baltuch, financial sec-
retary. North Shore; Harry Schwartz, vice
president, Sholem; Joseph A. Rayvis, presi-
dent, Sholem; Sidney Efronson, president.
Coral Gables; Sol Rappaport. vice oresi
dont Coral Gables; MiK^do^a,
IeromeaG C ?^ *"* ^Z-
StanTpv r 2 nC' Proaiden' North Shore
Stanley Cmdm. v.cs pres.dent. Sholem; Gft
bert J. Balkin. president. Council of South
Honda; BernardI Newmark. .,ato member-
ship chairman; George J. Talianoff. general
-STiSf-^campaiqn council
-/
Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Mrs. Sarah Czech a
Press look over the invitation announcing the arrive]IhL
er Miami of Lt. Col. Dina Werth. trainina Zl
"Chen." the Women's Army of Israel. EaKSSS
er in the "Chen" movement of the women's division 3
local Israel Bond committee, and will job in thelnJ
Col. Werth at the home of Mrs. Harry Koretzky Sundayf
New Israeli Yi
Will Arrive Ik
Thursday. Nov. 3. :B
other mile tune in load
toward economic :ndejsj
when the SS. Tapm, aj
liter huut through L
-. ties up at tsj
Arthur Causeway TennintT
bearing .supplies for two I
ami firms.
The 6.500-ton cargo vessd
rying a crew of 40 and ti&[
for 12 passengers, i- on itsi
voyage from the Israeli
Haifa to the Gulf of
' also will make (top in
Housl Orleans nil
The round trip i chaM
ever) iwo months,
Dan Ru>km, member oflh}
ner committee for the I
ett Dinner of State ^hedskd
N 16, will act as host far a]
tail party aboard the
Thursday afternoon, fll
calls will be made free'
(of Israi: asking person]
cone Guardian of
I the function.
Receiving n
I crete ami gla- in Greats"!
'are the Acme Concrete1
the Dennison Corp. Soil
Vrk office "I Sotel Bon*j
participates in the owe
I the Palestine Portland
Works, Neshu, Ltd. and I
'tine Glass Work PhceniiaJ
! arranged for the Miami
of Israel products.
The trade with !**
directly from the
fund made possible thn
ment in Israel Bonds.
ed.______
part ment 10 years, boH
rank of lieutenant when
ed bl
DurinK World '.Var JJQ
a civil engineer witt
,n the European &**?
sea diver, and in the **
was a deep sea dner
ing the armed -eruce*
]l(. and his wife hvej
four children at WO tm
This is hiS fir\fn3
and Hair,, "J^g
|iii running u l ^bbb!
the way the city .coBjffl
- dl
t)t and bead wl
Rainey belong* l0"*
Elks, the ^*miZFl
ami Baput church
Rainey this week _
appointment of jojnjjj
Miami attorney, as "-"J
rect his campaign i ^
the Miami W **
Group3 .nnounced*']
Rainey also wD<^SaS|
ing of campa.gr' "JJJuj
NW 17th avono*"*-
Rainey Hopes
To Help City
A man who was outstanding as
a city fireman now hopes to show
he can be a good city commi--i<>:v
er.
He is Robert Rainey. 31. who
has filed for city commission hi
Group Three.
He now is president of the Rain
ey Land Co.. 7343 West Flagler
st., a job he has held since he re-
signed from the fire department a
year ago because of a lung injury
that kept getting worse since he
suffered it in a Coconut Grove
fire in 1048.
Rainey, who also is a building
contractor, was with the fire de-


jirVfevTVocatloiial Guidance
wees Available in Dade County
_Jewi) Fhrkttan
bawetinjt "< lhe ^
[L committee of tig
Luiv Sen c< "'" held
Re home ol
11*. Ut.
m i nv"PW
rtties of < h (K''
Lv the JF3
Um. ber and
i in
r ',?"
krival in V,
i lop I
s reportr rpre-
Iflscussin! the
guidance were:
\y Gilke> i i '"r of
_rvic< County
Mile Instruction; C'arke
.net supervisor, Voca-
labilitatinn Division; and
Fspuirer. director, Guid-
ler. University of Miami.
Iron acted as moderator,
hel reported that increas-
kion ha- been given to
| of young i" pl fot vo-
Joidance help The De-
of Public Instruction lias
bwnneed it- desire "to
(sificant increase in per-
i wa> reported that pub-
| lbe importance of
help to young people
con sufficient!) develop-
mel agr.....i that many
leave school preina-
i go intu <" i upationa for
ley are n*t best suited.
Its in a In-- in economic
ity for society and much
to those who have al-
clve> to be misdirect-
kj(l iaid Each orjjaniza-
it- mii,i ii operation,
tinue to improve pub-
less of tlii expanded serv-
Dr. Htrbtrt Sanderson
Program was prepared by Dr. San-
derson and David F. Cat.sman,
of the Agency's vocational serv-
ice*
Df Sanderson .'aid JFS vocation-
al guidance services "will reach
many young people both through
individual and through group
guidance who can make effective-
use of help, who without this Serv-
ice mighl be denied it."
Dr. Sanderson reported that
even without any cftort at pub-
licity a considerable number of
young people, as well as older per-
sons, dissatisfied with their voca-
tional choice have been coming to
the Agency for guidance. In addi-
tion, plans ,are going forward for
group guidance services to be
made available to youth groups
known to the Greater Miami Jew-
I ish Community.
Ihase Federal Wi'l Open a! 163rd
lopping Center in North Beach
r office of ( hase Federal
kid Loan Association will
res the itreel from what
pe 163rd Strict Shopping
North Miami Beach on
|Oct. 31 rh will bring
|numb( i l | t.i'
Irving Dade i inty to four
tnain 1100 Lin-
I and branches located at
1st., and 7471 ( ollini ave.,
lath.
C Talton has been ap-
^anagcr of thi I base Fed-
Ist. office b) c L. Clem-
Ndent of the financial in-
Talton. who resides with
1663NK Wlsl st. North
*ach. j.-, an assistant vice
'of Chase Federal and is
* loan officer at the
*m office. ,\ graduate of
jwsity of Miami School of
Administration. Talton
*a* immediately upon his
1 as an assistant
Chase Ped< ral quarters
rry until the new 163rd
FPPing tenter i, complet-

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"'el'.SS ''1"JS '"/'*' <"- Foreign Ministers
m g 1 A Ihursday. but it is not expected Antoine Pinay, the French For; ign
viet Union. Eliahu Baason, Israel ,h:'' thc conversation will be great- Minister, in Geneva later in the
envoy to Rome, attended thc talks lv *** week, but his most important meet-
'' "' ,,xi>''" on Arab affairs. Id] luesd v. Mr. Sharett had an ex-'tag is expected to be that with So-
Shareit w.is to -< c the British and Umded meeting M I. P id-Uiet Foreign Minister V. M
American foreign secretaries gar Faure of France. He will seeltov in Geneva on Friday.
*.<
< r.ifM
ed. At that time, the Chase office
will move into permanent quarters
in the Center. In addition to Tat-
too, George W. Valentine and Al
bcrt Bliss will form the neucleus
of the institution's staff.
In announcing Talton's appoint
ment, Clements stated tint at the1
nt time there is no financial
institution in North Miami Beach
offering savings facilities, home
loans and other financial services
The office hours of the new Chase
branch will be from 9 a.m. to 4,
p.m., Tuesday through Friday. On |
{Monday the branch will be open
from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Talton is an associate member
of the Florida chapter of the So-
ciety of Residential Appraisers, as
well as a member of the South
Florida chapter of the Society of
Saving and Loan Controller*. A
native of Daytona Beach, Talton is
a member of the Dayton Beach
Klks lodge.
Chase Federal Savings was
charteied in 1934 and since that
time has grown to a financial insti-
tution with resources in excess
of 50 million dollars. Each of the
four offices of Chase Federal is
equipped with the latest and finest
business machines and a complete-
ly trained staff is on hand to serve
! the thousands of customers who
| avail themselves of the financial
services offered. One of the first
sponsors of a television program in
' Dade county. Chase Federal is cur-
rently presenting "Douglas Fair-
banks Presents"s dramatic -cues
over WTVJ on Monday evenu
Heading Chase Federal Sai
is Charles -. Clements, its founder
: and president. A native of Geor-
gia. Clements came to Dade county
! in 1925. In 1934, he organized the
j First Federal Savings and Loan As-
j sociation of Miami Beach and serv-
ed as president and secretary of
that association until the late
Frank A. Chase joined him as sec-
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Mt. Sinai Function to Gather Books for Patients' Library
Habbi Joseph N'arot. spiritual,
leader of Temple Israel, will re
view Captain Dreyfus," by Nich
old- Halasz. at an annual meeting
for the patients" library of Mount
Sinai Hospital Tuesday afternoon..
Mi-. Joseph Duntov. chairman of,
the library committee, said thai
Mrs. Harold Turk will give* rrad
ins of excerpts from Emile Zola's
"J'Accuse." The reading is Mrs.
Turk's own arrangement.
Mrs. Duntov this week issued in
vitations to Greater Miamians to J
attend the event "and to bring a
book donation for 1955. In that
way. we shall be in a position to
provide the newest and best books
to patients at Mount Sinai."
Covers of the invitations are
adorned by an artistic drawing of,
a mythical patient in Room 202.
eagerly awaiting the book cart. Ar-
tist was Mrs. Alvin Richter.
Mrs. Duntov explained that book
carts are wheeled daily to the bed-
side of patients by trained and
well-read volunteers. "Though this
is primarily a patients' library, it
is kep open three times a week for
resident doctors, off-duty Mines
and any other hospital employee
who wishes to make use of its facil-
ities. "
Mrs. Duntov will be assisted by
Mrs. Lotus Glasser, Mount Sinai
Berlin, Irving Greenfield, Victor
Kugel, Alexander Ubow, Harold
Kami and John Serbia
Arrangements committee are
Mr-- Ben Rosenberg, chairman and
the Me*dames I iiomas Gerard,
Aaron tjoldman, Samuel-May mi
Anne Ostwjf. N. Doug. Rait, Leon
Roscnhaum and Lewis Serbfn
Decoration- committee are the
Me-dames Joseph Abclow, chair-
man. Rudy Baum. Alexander Gor-
don and Ben M I-ord.
Joseph Duntov
Auxiliary president, and Mr- Har-
old Hand at the Tuesday function.
Reception committee will in-
clude Mrs Aaron Kanner. chair-
man and the Me-danu Samuel
Varied Program Sei
At Reception Here
When Kadimah chapter of Pk)
neer Women hold- its annual mem
hip reception on Thursday eve
miu. \m\ ;f. at the Colon) res-
taurant, there will he a varied
pro-ram to interest all old mem- :
her- and new one-, according to;
Mrs Reuben Bott. member-hip
i hairman.
Dr A. J Eshlon, president of
the Labor Zionist Assembly, will
i.iIk OB the work done by Pioneer
Women in Israel Entertainers in
elude lyric soprano Miriam Don-
ner^tag. director of music at the
Hebrew Academy and director of
the Beth David choir, who will aing
Israeli folk songs, and Mr and
rs, Ted Bystock. who will do ex- (
hibition dancing of Cuban and
South American dances.
Mr-. Albert Shkoler will act at
master of ceremonies. Welcoming
addle-- will be given D) Mr- Bott,
invocation by Mr- Albert Berson.
ami president's greetings by Mrs
Lillian Raffel.
Hostesses are Mr- William Ber-
-on. Mr- Irving Bayer Mr- I'hiiip
II : Mr- I-red Sandier and
Mr- Abe Steinberg. In charge of
the guest book are Mr- .lack Bott
and Mrs. David Meltzer Other
committee worker- include Mrs.
Judy Braun. Mrs Bernie l^ffler,
Mrs Harry Stone. Mrs Loin- Sil-
ver and Mrs. Harold Shapiro.
Jewish Women
Launch Discussion
Group Meetings
Council of Jewish Women. Mi-
ami Division, will launch the first
in a series of di-eus-ion group
meetings on Monday evening. Nov.
7. at the home of Mrs. David
Steinberg. 1540 Zuleta ave Coral
Gables.
Chairmen Mrs. Klry Stone and
Mrs. Meyer Ba-kin. -aid that the
series will highlight such topics
BS mental health, flying saucers
and the I'nited Nations
Mrs. Leon Kaplan la president of
the Miami Division. Guest speaker
for the fir-t meeting wil be Philip
Wal-h Moore, president of First
Re-earch Corporation of Florida,
who will discuss "Florida's Eco-
nomic Future."
Amity 28 Club Will
Hold Costume Donee Forty
Co-tume dance and party is be-
ing sponsored by Amity 28 Club
on Saturday evening. Oct. 29, at
the Town Branch of Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, it was
announced by Esther Grasian.
president of the club. Working on
the planning committee are Ruth
Program Slates
Skit and Pianist
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will fete all of their paid
up members at a dessert coffee in
the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon :
Mrs. Irving Matlin is chairman. ;
Program will include an original ;
musical dramalogue entitled "The
Crystal Ball." written and directed ,
by Mrs. William Heckler and a !
guest pianist, eight-year-old Bobby ,
Plascoff. who will play "Autumn ]
Leaves." "Unchained Melody" and !
his own composition. "Fluffy."
Christmas Says
He's on 18-Hour
Work Schedule
City Commissioner Randy Christ
mas. candidate for mayor, is now
working on a 5 a.m. tp midnight
schedule.
In addition to city commission
meetings and conferences, Christ
mas. who last year was named
"Dade County's Outstanding Young
Man of 1954," has been making a
half-dozen campaign meetings and
talks every day, along with another
dozen conferences with individual
friends and supporters, and a
couple of dozen telephone conver-
sations.
According to his headquarters,
he intends to speed up the tempo
of his campaign this week. Some
35 "coke parties" and rallies have
been set up for the busy candidate
in all parts of the city.
Speakers for Christmas are
pointing out "that he is the only
I candidate for mayor with city com-
mission experience, that he did a
good job as commissioner and
that he has the youth, strength
and energy to carry out the rigor-
i ous duties of the mayorship."
Christmas himself this week said
"I shall continue to stand up for
what I believe to be right, and to
maintain integrity and dignity in
all my acts. Many things have been
accomplished in the past two years
toward the physical improvement
of our city. I shall continue to
help build Miami physically, cul-
turally and morally. During my
term of office, no new taxes were
added. At the same time, many
capital improvements were under-
taken. I shall certainly strive to
hold the tax line, and maintain
economy at all levels, at the same
time working for the things our
growing city needs."
His three-part platform, he
jjidc
"W. inclu^ "in,
n"V' caP"'l imp,
'^" an economy
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Rosenthal. Ruth Elkin. Kay Durn-
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Lillian Rosner. Sally Rosen, Mor-
ns Shaffer. Howard Margolis. Mor
ris Turfreyer and Lillian Maffee.
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IS HIS GOAL!
FUTURE PLANNING with time-scheduled result. -
that s the keynote of Charlie Towle's plans to bring
vitally needed improvements to a growing Miami.
HE FOUGHT, through the columns of his weekly news-
paper, to help Miami police get a 40 hour week. He
has constantly advocated a shorter work week lor
Miami policemen and firemen.
HE BELIEVES that important improvements can be
made without additional taxation. Money can be
diverted from less important projects.
HIS COMPLETE PLAN OF IMPROVEMENT for Miami
will be explained in future ads in this newspaper
Please watch lor them.
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,ber28. 1955
^t^NFhrtcHarj
dty Symphony Opens Season;
Jennie Tourel to be Guest Artist
t Miami Symphony
EL* s 1W "2*3
'.| Mnn-lay evenings at
Beach and Dade County
faTwifh J.-nnie Tourel.
fas feature soloist.
W Bitter will on* **
Jhe orchestra
Miss Tourel
Symphony, the Philadelphia Sym-
phony and others.
Of Russian parentage, Jennie
Tourel was Drought up in France
and Switzerland. She considers
herself Russian by background.
French by education and an Amer-
ican by adoption.
According to her mother, Miss
Tourel could carry a tune from the
time she was a year old. At six, she
began hef music lessons on the
flute. Her phenomental sense of
pure intonation today might be
traced to that early musical be-
ginning. Two years later, she was
practicing away at the piano and at
16 was an accomplished pianist and
well on the way to a concert career.
But Jennie Tourel had never stop-
ped singing.
Her debut in 1933 was in no less
a role than Carmen, in which she
was instantly acclaimed and which
she has since sung over 300 times.
When she returned to sing the
role again in June 1948 after an
absence of eight years, the con-
sensus was still, as reported by
Time Magazine: "This is the real
Carmen."
eard in a group of works
and Ravel. Scheduled
kretti Lusinghieri from
Mozart; Scene and Ana
no Oblieato. KV505. Jef-
pianist. Mozart; and
We. Three Poems for
! Orchestra. Ravel.
nrel will render all three
The Enchanted Flute
JHeedlc- One.
Utter will conduct the UM
in the Roman Carnival
H^or Berlioz; Sym-
[D major, the "Haffntfr."
[and Capriccio Espagnol,
iRimsky Korsakoff.
feature of the program
liss Tourel's appearance
orchestra in Johann Se-
_ Aria from the Over-
"major to be performed
of Mr Albert Pick.
ent seavm will see Miss
firing in Mozart per-
in celebration of the
bicentennial, with the New
UJharmur.ic. the Chicago
Officers Will
Florida Areas
Morris A Skop, of Coral
frewbh Center, president of
ciation of Florida Rabbis,
|ibi Joseph Asher of Sara-
cretarv. will visit the 35 ,
Samunitiesol Florida dur- Pmted to h,s Past experience in
December holiday recess'the city commission as reference
(with their rabbis and lead- for his proposed platform.
promote the religious, cul-
I civic life of the State and
I expansion of educational -
Ditfuu activities for unaf-j \ 4 OWirlOOUH
jewi-n residents of smaller ? ? ____
| Jewish communities. ? ?
I Skop will cover the West \\\
immunities starting in Key g
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Suburban Communities Will View
Problems of Outlying Areas Here
f\t [.,ii-.. I. I." I ,......... L I C* -
Jennie Tourel
Quigg Will Seek
To Succeed Self
H. Leslie Quigg is a candidate to
succeed himself as Miami city com-
mis-loner in Group 2.
Quigg this week said that Miami
"has received honest, effective,
full-time public service from me
in the past, and you can count on
that again."
Calling for support here. Quigg
Dulles Will Raise
Question of Commy
Arms Deal at Parley
Continued from Pago 1 A
had purposely timed the arms deal
to coincide with the Geneva con-
ference in order to place the West-
ern Powers in the position of hav-
ing to ask the Soviet Union to de-
sist.
French political circles see in
the Saar vote of Sundav a setback
to Israel's hope for effective sup-
port from France in securing re-
versal of the Soviet arms policy
in the Middle East. It had been
hoped by Israelis that the French
would take the lead in champion-
ing the Israel cause, but the Saar
vote, it was felt, does not strength-
en France as a power to intervene
in Israel's favor.
Continued from Pag* 1 A
ing and financing, planning, re
ligious leadership and personnel,
intergroup relations, teen at>e
groups, membership interrelation-
snip among the Jewish commu
nities and development of leader
ship.
The event is sponsored by the
community planning division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation in response to requests by
many of the newly formed Jewish
communal groups throughout Dade
county. Representatives at the first
planning meeting were unani-
mous in the opinion that all the
suburban communities could bene-
fit from a sharing of their com-
mon problems. It was pointed out
that some of the newer communi-
ties rapidly taking shape at this
time are already facing competi-
tion of newer organizations plan-
ning to operate in the same gen-
eral area, leading towards overlap-
ping and possible duplication of
effort.
Attending the first planning ses-
sion were Thurman. chairman;
Max C. Gettinger. Assistant Direc-
tor of Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration; Gerald Greenfield, Opa-
Locka; Louis Sirota. Opa-Locka;
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman,
North Dade; Alvin S. Cawn, North
West (Beth Emeth Congregation);
Harold Strumpf, Flagler-Granada;
Herman Feldman. South Dade; Mr.
and Mrs. David Chait, Hialeah-Mi-
ami Springs; Albert Comanor, ex-
ecutive director of Jewish Family
Service; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter; Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Bureau
of Jewish Education; Louis Sch-
wartzman, executive director of
Bureau of Jewish Education; Zvi
Berger, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
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Dignitied Service j
ekti Morris Skop
libbi Alder visiting the East
|nd central Florida areas.
T"s regarding inter-faith re-
ligion in public schools.
Uirmation and youth pro-
FWnsion and survey of Jew-
"tula in the Hebrew and
k schools will be discussed
I rabbis.
"unities which have syna-
but are not yet large
"or rabbinical leadership
integrated into the state
1 t the Association.
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+Jmldh fhridlisn
CJA Cleanup Drive
Continues in Area
A In- boost was given the C.reat-
( ifia i Jew ish Fedi ration's "Re-
:, Your Pledge tf< nth" by col-
|i i tion i '-i wei k,
it has been announced by w
( rraan Da : PhiUips.
0 has been coll* i
in the revitalized effort to clean up
outstanding pledge oi the Com-
I d i' wish Appi;.1 in the bi
i '
S mi \ Goldsti .ii. who headed
th< collections committee for three
yeai as cc chairman of
thi roup.
\ swei ping i fforl in the middle
gift clarification is being din
i u ,ik who set a
record in pledge collec
i t the close oi the driw
i o Chaifc n and other meml
oi i mmit
. nd boai I iren on, have
i activi
up remaining pledges still to be
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i nded Phillips
I t< n i nd other i I
: ommittee I n ling the
am in a last ditch
;i>t to ra
i. i ir i; il institul
inue> their
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bined Jew ish \
] > to iurn their
i cash" before the end
, faith with
i
who look to ii- for
,[ i i;..... .m.i support "
I ilj tin more days remain in
month pled i redemption
d t< Phillips
Frid
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Some of the leaders in the Mt. Sinai hospital building fund
drive are shown followinq an advanced gifts kickoff dinner
meeting- Chairman Dan Ruskin announced drive has passed
SI.775.000 mark toward a goal of S4.00O.OO0. Seated (left to
re Ruskin Samuel Friedland. David Phillips. Sam A.
n and Howard Kane. Stcnding (left to right) are Dr.
Milton Travers, Joseph Rose. Aaron M r.
baum. Max Orovits. Dr. S. Churl,, WerhlTl
Weil. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Stanley C mW,*
Carl Weinkle. Dr. Davtd Nathan. Dr %
Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Wls ^
Tenih Graduation
At Mt. Sinai School
-
Nursing held it
tst week
. .i
Spe .i ei w< re Mai Oroi
Mi -
Marti ; I
the Flori at
ti m
Pre it the cerei was
Chester u right, n
. mmittee to the :-. h l of
Practical Nursing Stud nts
presented i j
Mrs ( armen F. Ross, R N M \
Diplomas and p
bj Mi-- Mildred Ann Vogc R.N.,
H S dice I ii ol nur M unit
Sinai
Heiman Attends JDC Confab in Paris;
Hears Reports from World Leaders
I IRIS Heartfelt satisfaction and is vice president of the Great-
*i what hat been accomplished er Miami Jewish Federation and
ity in rehabili- a member ol its board ol gover
fating the Jews ol Km pe was ex- nors and executive committee
c! here last week bi Samuel r, i,.;__n. i .
,, ,, n leaving Paris liv spec ia plant'
ian ..i Miami prominen bus ,_ lh, .t\%T
lor the second leu of the survev.
V*i


who i- a leader in Jewish
Heiman expressed himself as
- -* 1535 JF5 JBTB J
learned at the conference "The
i I -!'' record, show" he said, "that the
b \; pi al turve) monej wi | lb* ima du
mssU :'< h-^ the the pasl 10 years has helped to
I Jews overseas we hundreds of thousand from
The group left France after attend- hunger, miser) and despair I
h annua country direc- Larted them on the road to inde-
toi nee oi the Joint Distri- pendence and self-supi Eur-
'fjor is we] pe. Israel. North Africa and in
encj aiding helpless Jews hospitable countries all over the
abr.id with funds provided by the world.
M the fow nferenee held *'U'he" ,ne consi(le^ lha' <"<*
number of men. women and chil-
Fire Prevention Week was observed by the
children of the Nursery and Kindergarten
classes of Temple Emanu-El when they visit-
ed the fire house at 12th st. and Washington
ave. last week. Children were under the
supervision of their teacher. Mrs. Leo D.
Brandeis. Center of picture is Capt. G. J.
Fontanella. Lower right is Lieutenant James
Cameron. Children are Jiffy Rand,
Pollack. Martha Yavers, Ellen Is
Andy Lehrman. Robin Hirsch, Martin I
Nathan Elbeig, Samuel Weiselberg,
Selevan. Steven Lechner, Cathy Ebej]
vid Abelow. Robin Beth Riser, "
ler. Michael Firtel, Gerrilyn Gran,
Schler. Carol Feldman, Candy Slid
b:e Goodman and J'mmy BrcdododJ
in UNESCO House here, the mis
mbers heard reports fro:,, rcn nvp? "> Jm ,n LuroPe ha*
in 21 countries in JjT ?/m Wlrexln2*e^ 75-
Europe, North Africa and the Mid- '" 4 '" :i1"1" 80000 ,h"
, year, we realize what a great iob
'" Port from oi rehabilitation has bi
: leaders ,n those with I JA mOM] It givi
surance that the monej we will
Heiman icrved as campaign contmue '" I'** ul1 "erve lust as
','VT'V":"', T '"^.....,:" -<--''!'-;;; 1*3
' h Vppi ol Greater Mian,, todayM
Waldmsn's Crown Hotel in SI ,750.000
Renovation Job for December Opening
A 11,750,000 program el renova- quipped for individual radio and
the v. it televi i in reception through a
man's hotel, nounced ihis
week bj J sei h W ildman h.,
th famous Miami Beach hotel tam
lly He also announced that hence-.
forth the hotel will hear the name'
ot Waldman's crown hotel, it wai
formerly known as the Lord Tarle-
ton.
Major alterations which are al-
ready under way and which are
master antenna system.
Another major alterati to the '
hotel, which is located at 4041 c.i
Una ave on the oceanfront. will
be the traasplating of the main1
reception lobby to the street flu
It will I* completly glass enclosed
and contain over 10.000 sq t((.,
._....,, ,,,.,,,, na; ni,u *i men iire ......u'"~ -m leei
expected to be completed in time of ,l(")r space. The mezzanine floor
for an early Decembei* opening, will also l>e redecorated to aarn
call for the addition of 118 rooms as a lounge for tl.
which will bring the total number ,hoir te *" K,uMs and
of rooms up to 230. and a com-;'he'r V,s,,ors-
plete face lifting of the front fa- j The entire hotel will be centrally
""L-. k -i. i 'airconditioned and heated at
fcarh room will be large, luxuri cost of ,mnnft _. "T" ai a
ousiy furnished and tastefully dec-,^ 5i.JU.U00. The contract has
orated in the very latest of decor i let ,0 ,he Hil1 York Company
to blend with the modern trend. Florida.
yet provide for gracious living."! A new dining room also Bias*
Waldmsn said. All rooms will be Enclosed and commanding a pano-
ramie view of the Atlantic Ocean,
will be another major addition.
Over 800 persons will bo able to be
stated in the new room and have
their meals in strict conformity to
the Jewish dietary laws
A new all stainles. iteel kitchen,
modern in every detail, is also be-
ing readied "to provide the guests
with the very finest in service."
Waldman revealed "Together with
the new dining room, the Crown
will have the largest strictly kosh-
er dining area in the South."
For the mnworshipper and the
bather, the cabana colony area is
being rebuilt to include 30 new
concrete cabans. a concrete sun
deck, promenade and tropical gar-
An Olympic s,/e swimming
pool, as well as ocean bathing, will
Ik- available for-the guestl Plans
lea call f,,r the building of new
steam rooms, massajs parlors and
solarium.
For the devout, the hotel will
have available an enlarged chapel
where d.,iiv services will be con-
ducted.
The "Jolson Corner." the hotels
cocktail lounge and night club arc"
also being enlarged and refurbish
ed to accomodate 300 persons and
will conduct a name band and
entertainment poliey
The Waldman' Crown hotel is
owned by the Joseph Waldman
Realty Corporation headed by Mr.
Waldman. AaaoHstod with him
m his two suns. Samuel and Mor
d M.nsinlaw. Ted Landes
man and Murray Berkowitt The
corporation also owns and operates
the Murida hotel in Long Beach.
NY., and the Victor hotel on Mi-
ami Beach.
Seated left to right are Rabbi Joseph Waldman and J
son. Samuel. Standing are Morns, his young
Murray Berkowitt and Ted Landesman. Wbi
son-in-law.
Joint Meeting Will
Sophia Englander. chairman of
the Junior Sisterhood, and Harvey
Tendler. chairman of the Men's
Club of Beth Jacob Congregation
announce the firrt organitational
tea of both group Wednesday eve-
ning. Nov. 2, st the Marseilles ho-
tel.
Mai Englander. chairman of the
evening, this week announced the
first of a series of five lectures to
Initiate U
be offered by Rabbi T^j
The lectures*"*
Jewish codes *tm
and h.story of set
divorce inJei*'^
tlon Firs, lecture^
the joint meetin* *
Cantor Murirt
reader a mus**1


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Neil A. *amo
,le Sinai Will
Neil Gift
in Ramo. son of Mr. and
tph Ramo. 1335 Jackson
wood, will celebrate his
[nh at Temple Sinai on
jght, Oct. 28. and Satur-
pg. Oct. 29.
irMittvah will participate
Jervices. chanting from the
brophets, and will deliver
litzvah messaee. Rabbi
upiro will officiate and
i the theme, 'The Re-
I Abraham."
Yehudah I. Heilbraun
| Temple choir will chant
irgy and render special
in honor of the occa-
parr Kaplan, president of
igregation. will present a
;BarMitzvah on behalf of
Toppell to Manage HebrewliiiSver^rTFaculty Deciphers
Brokerage Firm Dead Sea Scroll 'Book of Lemach*
Page 11 A
Jack Toppell has been appointed
manager of the new Bruns, Nordc
man and Co office- in the Mercan
tlh; National Bank Building, Miami
Beach.
NKW YORK-Dr. Benjamin Ma-
zar famed archeologist who is
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, disclosed at a
press conference here that faculty
The new office opened on Mon- member" Z -t .*
day. Oct. 24. with 1st complete Ste an de ipherldT S SftK
and modern facilities and services. Sea scroM known '"he "Bookof ^^ teXtS"
Toppell .s an investment advisor i Lemach" and found it t.'be a para
and has been registered with the phrase and commentary omLrIh
SEC in Washington and the Florida | lical Book of OeTesjs
Securities Commission in Tallahas-i Study of this scroll, which is
see. Previous to his appointment written in Hebrew and Aramaic
as manager of Bruns. Nordeman & is continuing. Dr Mazar said
Co Miami Beach office, he was a indicated thf moreln ormafon on
registered representative of A. M. the scroll wil be published after
He has also been an instructor of relation to existing knowledge of
finance, banking and economics at Biblical literature.
versity committee headed by Dr.
Mazar and including Dr. Avigad, S
Gmosar, Prof. L. A. Mayer, Prof
M. Schwabe and Dr. Yadin.
The Scroll of Lemaeh is an apo-
cryphal work, referred to in sever-
LEGAL NOTICE
the University of Miami, Evening
Division.
Toppell has. contributed articles
on corporate finance to business
publications and lectured to organ-
izations in New York and Miami
ler Plans First
a! Dance Fete
LEGAL NOTICE
Research on the scroll, one of
seven now in possession of Hebrew
Universityand one of four scrolls
recently returned from the United
Stateshas been carried on by Dr.
Nahman Avigad and Dr. Yigael
Yadin. archeologists on the univer-
sity faculty. Dr. Yadin is the son
of the late Prof. Eleazar L. Suke-
nik, the archeologist who devoted
the last years of his life to investi-
gation of the scrolls, studying and
preparing an analysis of them for
publication.
A volume entitled "The Dead
Sea Scrolls." edited by Professor
Sukenik and completed after his
recent death, has been published
under the direction of Hebrew Uni-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underlined, desiring to engage in
businessunder the gctltlous name ,'.'
K. < PACKAGE STORE, ah II N \\
r,, ,i:,""" stan"- nrM- ""-"^
reglMej Mid name irlth the Clerk
Florida '" "" ''""" "' l""1'' c',,n,v-
u kv ,,',',' v,:ll:s M KOLLIW
MARK B LVERHTEIN, Any.
JJOjUncolj, Road^Mlaml Beach, ft..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 38340-A
In It.-. ESTATE OF
IRVIN CAHN. Deceased
To All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Itcmunds Against Bald
1 Estate:
You, and each of you, arc hereby
I notified and required to present any
[ claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
-tat.- of IRVIN CAHN, deceased late
of hade County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dnde County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dads Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof s.iid claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of tin- claimant and to I..- sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barred.
Date '.-oil. 1955.
FERN I'NIIKR,
As Executrix of the I-ast Will
and Testament 'if
IHVIN CAHN, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN .v- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Kstate
10/14-21-28 11/4
[plans are being made for
annual dinner dance spon-
the Greater Miami Jewish
ity Center which will be ,
Sundav evening, Nov. 6, [ Other offices of the Bruns, Nordc- \
lover Club.
H. Palmer, chairman of
fcion. and Mrs Milton Sir-
fcdent. have indicated that
poles are being arranged
Ps of friend* and neigh-
i wish to sit together.
rtivity i> one of several
man & Co. are located at 52 Wall
st. and 321-323 Boadway, New
York.
The company, established in
1923, holds membership in the
New York Stock Exchange. Amer-
ican Stock Exchange. New York
Cotton Exchange, New Orleans*
fil and fund raising en-
Paula Orlik and Mrs. Ber-
are in charge of
conducted lu t ho i>,, t-ouon txenanga, New urieans
Br&L^aS Xnxc.hangc>"!7^sFT
Exchange, Liverpool Cotton Associ-
ates, Ltd., Chicago Board of Trade
and Commodity Exchange, Inc.
Toppell is active in numerous
local affairs. He is a member of
angemenN other mem- J the board of governors and the
ie dinner -dan. e committee budget committee of the Greater
in the process of forma-; Miami Jewish Federation. He is on
| the executive committee of the
iirkin, Hyman Kam, Sam Greater Miami Jewish Community
wold Strumpf. Mrs. Jul-' Center and has also worked closely
. Mr. and Mrs. William with the planning committee of
i u*tuart Winston. Leon ] Beth David Congregation.
M'lton BaKain. Mrs. Ed
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Hit0 FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR-
OA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184283
llt.MA MITCHELL, Plaintiff
n. v.T,'.C.Ev.BV PUBLICATION
rO: NA1 HAN MITCHELL
:.:. I'.Try Avenue- Apt 2-F"
Bronx 87, New v..rk
TOU. Nathan MITCHELL, are
required to serve a COB] of your An-
swer to the Bill of Complaint for
i '.w'.'!'.. 'I" ""' PWnUfTs attorney,
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ. E8Q one
Uncoil! Road IIIcIk., Miami beach
Florida, ami file the ordinal in the
orrice ,,r the Clerk of the above Court
pn or before th.- 4th day 01 Decem-
ber. 19.1... ni Complaint will i. taken
as confessed,
1 '-.te,i this Nth day of October,
K B, LKATHkrmax.
Clerk of Circuit Court
, Bj K. II. RICE, .lit
1 ""''" Deiiutv Clerk
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ.
One Lincoln Road lildg.
Miami Beach. Florida
10/28 11/4-1I-1K
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE YACHT BAR, at !(?] N.W. 17th
Avenue, Intend to register sai.i name
with the clerk of the Circuit dun of
Dade c,,unry. Florida.
WILLIAM H AVERT
BLKa.Nor m AVERT
PAUL AXKI.I.I
KKSSI.KI; AND UARfl
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W. I- laRler St.
in 28 II l-l!
SAVI FOR TOMORROW
WHIRI YOU CAN
SORROW FOR TODAY
Savinp AceMRtt ?'/4%lnUril
Pertonil Loins Aulo Leans
Drive-In Teller
Binkinf by Mail
Lelten ol Credit
iafcty Deaoiit lent
I
Memher trderml D,P.%it
Imurmncr f'ers>rafleu
I
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 33927-A
RE ESTATE OF
DAVID METER, Dei sa ed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICH Is hereby (then that i have
filed m\ final report ami petition for
I Inal Dlxcharce of Executor of the
.-tate of 11avi I > METER, deceased;
and thai on the Men day of November,
195.1, will apply to the Honorable
FRANK DOWLTNO, Count) Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
saui final repoi t an i f.-i final iiis-
charae as Executor of the Estate of
DAVID METER, deceased.
This 171 n day of October, l>55
DAVID RIFA8, Executor
Attorney for Executor
i;i:c IRQE CHERTKOF
101 Olympla HIiIk., Miami 3S, Florida
10 28 II 1-11-18
BANK (it MIAMI BEACH
937 WASHINGTON AVENUE
IWiliiam Kncapler. Jack
IF* Samuel Zibit, Sey-
*"*r. I. Simkowitz, Mrs.
Tin.
^ YOUR OWN
WUS GIFTS!
" "'>' inexpensive ww
"yg and uimuI R1ft5
F Cw^ Opw,,,. spectal.
[DO-ITYOURSELF
CRAFT SHOP
1 "* "h AVE MIAMI
! HobbvId I,,
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f* J V'schi
N ^tote in All
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LEXINGTON AVLAT 4H* $T, N.r.C. 17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKHY OIVEN th.it
th. undersigned, deslrlnsj to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACK-IIY BION COMPANY at HOT N
Miami Avenue, Miami, l-'l.n iilii, In-
tands to rssjrtater said name with the
Clerk <>r the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Mnrida.
c II BASS
BBRXARO Hl'TNER, Baq
4(is Otympls I'.lilK.. Miami. Fl.ni.la
Attorney tor <; h I
Mi U 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buxineH under the ttrrltioii.s jiaine of
J. I, TRUCKING, at ~:< w. 13rd
Street, Hialeah, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I mile Cuuntv, Florida.
JACK LEVY, Sole Owner
10/21-2S 11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN thru
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liii.--ines under the fictitious name of
STUARTS RANTER JUVENILE
SHI IK STORK, at TO Miracle Mil*,
Coral Gables, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida
AMY-I,EK. Inc.
MORTON l'.EIOEI.
Attorney for Applicant
MM Blscayne Hidg.
10/21-28 11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN th:*
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tlie fictitious name Of
GIFT BAZAAR, at 12711 Blscayne
Blvd., Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of I lade County, Florida.
WII.I.IAM BOXER
GILBERT YOUNG
Attorneys tor William Boxer
I" II 11/4-11-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CLUB TWENTY-THREE (), at BC4
Collins Ave Miami Beach, Intends to
register snld name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida.
KAYMAUB CORP.
MONROE DIXON
Attorney tor AppHc-ant
ITM Coral Waj
I" M 11/4-11-18 ^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
V It. BAR, ai MM N W Itn Ave., Mi-
ami. Kia Intends tp regalter said
name srltb the Clert "f the circuit
Court of 1'i.le County, Florida.
SAMUEL POGEL (sole ownet I
KKSsi.kk .. OARfl
Attorneys tor Applicant
178] w i reel
in J\ II I-11-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersla iti d, deslrlna to <
Imalnes imder the fictitious nami
KAYS BAR. at ItSI W, I'!
et, Intend to realster said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Plorlda
VIOLA .lc il.l.ll-i-K
WINIFRED POEHLMAN
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys tor Applicants
itvl' \v Ftagler St. .
IO/14-21-2S 11/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. tN
CHANCERY. No. 184325
RK'II.Mtl) K I'INK and
NAOMI /. iixi-. Plaintiffs.
T It. FIELDING, el ale., Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO. T. It FIELDING, address un-
known, and if married, his un-
known spouse, If living, and if
dead), all unknown heirs, di
legatees, grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against the
said defendant, who la not known
to be dead or alive; and all other
persons or parties otherwise hav-
ing or claiming any right, title.
Claim or interest in and to the
following described property, sit-
uate, lying and beinl in Dade
County. I'lorida. to-wit: Lot _'".
Of COOK a MARTINS BUB-
DIVISION, iii-i-iinline tl, the Plat
thereof, recorded In I Mat I took 2,
at Pare B0, of the PuMIc Records
of Dade County. Elorida:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ih.it n suit to quiet title to the above
described property has l.e.n filed
agalnsl you in the above entitlnl
cause, and you are hereby required to
serve I Copy of your answer to the
complaint herein on the plaintiffs' at-
torney, RICHARD K. FINK. 112-119
Congress Ituilillng. Miami, Florida.
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2Sth day of November.
otherwise < default will be en-
tered against you.
DATED: this 24th day of October,
K. P.. LKATHEUMAN.
Clerk of circuit Conn
I lade County. Florida
By >v.M W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
10/28 11/41-11 -IS
tjCftJST BPOS. Rvf
15 C
he fl/ >r.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIQA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 184208
PAUL W. TCRNER. Plaintiff.
vs.
ESTELLE TCRNER. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<>: ESTELLE TCRNER
Residence unknown
You are herein notified that a P.ill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against Vou. and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on- or before the ISnd day of Novem-
ber, in."."., if you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall i.e published once
each week tor four consei itlve weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at M
Florida, this 1MB day of October, A D.
V. P.. LEATHERMAN,
k, Pin ull Court,
Dade Countv, Florida
i- R II kick. .11: .
(Circuit Court Real) Deputy ciertx
MKI.VIN I MUROF
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Rd Miami Real h, Fla.
t -- II 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busines under the fictitious nan
PL \ MlNGl CLUB at P O Box
Miami Beach i". i-la Intends t" i-eg-
inl name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dads County. Ft.
11 win B GOLDFINE
10/21-St ii/4-ii


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OPENING
10 A.M., FR1, OcTS
The Grand Opening Jamborei
It's ready for you the ShopArama Florida's
first complete Farmers Market and Auction! Ifs huge
... 480 feet long, with 85,000 square feet of space,
all under roof! It's different offering just about
everything you want to eat, to wear, to use! And the
prices ... just wait till you shop here. You'll L
that the 27th Avenue Farmers Market fealwest
lowest prices anywhere in the South! So cm)
us ... sat the thrilling entertainment, have lunch I
shop here ... save here!
FRIDAY 10 A.M. to 12 MIDNITE
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
* 8 A.M. to 12 MIDNITE
8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
A NEW FOOD FAIR SUPERMARKET .
and it's Food Fair's FIFTIETH in Florida and the 230th
unit in the country. This beautiful modern Market is
now Food Fair's largest one in the South, but concrete
plans (or further rapid expansion in the near futurt
have been made.
A REAL AUCTION just .bo., mmfm
loves the excitement and thrill of an auction, whether
they bid or not. Here in tbe 27th Avtawe Farmers
Market on Friday, Saturda/ and Sunday each week,
you can share in a true a-jction, conducted in the
time-honored method of the profession. Bid an china,
glassware, jewelry, watches, rugs, appliances, tools,
lamps just obout anything in general merchandise.
The Auction Room schedule will be Friday 10 a.m. to
midnite Saturday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to
midnittf Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
OVER 60 SHOPS......dy y. on
both a full and port time basis. The following are
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Zugger't Women's Apparel, Derff's Toys and Baby
Furniture, Beauty Shop, Barber Shap, Shoo Repair,
Silver's Drug Store, Richards Fain, I Hardware. Tobias
Men's Shop, Sills Rugs, Fabrics and Soft Goods. Every
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, there will be many m.n,
others ready to oiler you courteous service.
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band his family in Silver Springs. Md. Dan is prr
[cr I the Voice of America, with offices in Waahinj
Friends report that Mm and Bart Ruddy al-
ready have their plane reservations safely tucked
into their pockets. They will be Miami bound Nov.
The Roddy winter sojourn here will begin with
house opening on Alton rd. May has been writ
ing that she and Bart had a terrifically hot summer
^.nofloods-mUtica.^
i lius Jy PtrlmoMwt are on their first vacation in three
fact since Jay enrolled at the University of Miami law
i H wife Hannah boarded Alcoa Line's Corsair to visit sev-
Lnlries Thr trip will also celebrate Jay'$ official law cer-
whlch he received this week.
Sydney L. Waintraub is busy as a bee these days, what
* (i,m literature" now available for the Mother's March
which she beads. .
er Claire's energetic chairmanship, some 13,000 volunteer
are packing kits for corporals, who will do the actual Job
e.to-housc collection next Jan. 30 for the March of Dimes,
es' Edith Brooks has been the houseguest of a Miami
[ Mrs. Lcuis Bernstein, of 439 15th st.
hilc in these environs, Edith, who is an attorney, managed
{trip to Havana Mrs. Bernstein is secretary to Milton Weiss,
(law firm here.
Andrew S. Greanfield, lyric writer who publishes under
ne of Ada Greenfield Morley. has a triple mission on her
North
'II confer with her publishers in New York about some of
Lmn.. o visit her daughter. Judith, and family, the
[Livitan?. .
| r. according to plan, was a visit with her
production
ington. .
another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Weiss, of Miami, is also
lician Janire composed the musk to the recently relea ed
V "Softly"
s(,p, the I'niversity of Miami have come up with
lovely girls and potential members of these sororities:
Lha Epsiion Phi: Roberta Dilner. Toby Lurie, Coral Gables;
Eternal BllC Coe, Maxene Drucker, Marlene Duch-
| Miami; tfaxtee Brandeis, Zelda Jackson,
IKamm, Sandra Laskih, Rona Sater. Sherry Joan Scope tnd
i Werner. Miami Beach, .
ti Phi Fpsilon: Mary Lou Segal. C6ral Gables; Joyce Tillie
1 reed, Linda Carol Mehler. Barbara Raiber,
tidman. Miami; Adriehe Haas, Gee Horowitz. Arlinc Koren.
Tuck iner, Miami Be-j( h
Kto Ni ns tins week for a meeting of the I i
these aft. Sinai staffers and their wives:
I Mrs. David A. Nathan, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Warblow, Dr.
re. Elliot Cohen and Dr. and Mrs. Victor Kugel. .
jr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, who also expect to be at the Heart
blion meeting, have additional plans. The Rands will attend
lab of the American College of Physicians in Topeka. Kan.
Bastions in New Orleans draw to a close
a>a>essc4
The Harvey Kramers have moved into
home on Palm Island. Formerly of Chicago, they're now
... Miami Beachitea .
.Wolfie Cohen arrived home Friday from Philadelphia and
VB.Pa., where she attended the funeral of her father. Jake
r, Miami Beach winter resident.
h Jean C. Lehmans were hosts at cocktails in their home
afternoon to celebrate the 75th birthday of their mother,
eph (Jeanne) Rothschild. .
iwritten invitations were sent out by the Lehmans, but word
Ifc Was enough to attract a large crowd to their North Shore
ne on Normandy Isle for the happy occasion.
[jtever postcard from Southampton. England from Aaron and
"arr reports that they are expected back soon. .
be card Is titled "Farr Far Away" and shows Aaron and
[changing the guard at Buckingham Palace, skiing on snow
1 mountains beneath a brilliant sun and enjoying themselves
ghly above two frosty Steins of beer^.
kfast given by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartx Sunday
arWest Rivo Alto dr. home had plenty of zest, for guests
Wedges of Phi Sigma sorority and Phi Epsiion Pi fraternity
University of Miami. .
'Schwartz' daughter, Meta, is a past president of the soror-
l son David ^ a past president of Phi Ep. .
fwidnow is national traveling secretary of his fraternity, his
p covering campuses in both the United States and Canada
>>> fiu Goldb,r9*. of Gotham Town and Miami Beach, ar-
"their mw Meridian ave. home Sunday after a vacation visit
;.wnpire State.
i'h the Coldber9 is their houseguest from Manhattan. Mrs.
\?\Lwh" exP** to return North at the end of the week.
m>ergs will then be off with son Bob on the SS Queen of
for a cruise. .
ETh lwem wi" ** Mr- *nd Mr- S*dn# Co,db#r9' A1
lYnrt lwo men of tneir families are planning to fly to
I,or* on a business trip.
Urtho -***
eelT A.ravcI News Department: Sailing from l^os Angeles
L? bS Il,rlme were the ,rvi"9 Cohens. Their destina-
Knd hi!' lr"'% owner of tne DiLido hotel. .
. wk fn.m a visit with his brother in Panama City are
"""Nelson Zivitt.
d an(! c*of Engle are the purchasers of the beautiful
rust with the blue trim that sits on a hill on South Bay-
from9'** *nt have far t0 whn thev move in some tW
1 heir present home is also on South Bayshore
JJaJte^vlslh BoiriidliiaiFi
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday. October 28, 1955
Section B
Trcm left to right are Mrs. Marvin L. Zank.
president of Alpha Epsiion Phi Greater Miami
Alumnae Association; Mis. Sidney Lewis,
chairman of the AEFh' Founder's Day lunch-
eon scheduled here; end Miss May A. Brun-
son, Dean of Women at the University of
Miami, who will be guest speaker.
went
Founder's Day Luncheon for AEPhi Alums
Alpha Epsiion Phi. Greater Mi-
ami Alumnae Association, will cel-
ebrate the 46th birthday of the na-
tional sorority at 12 noon on Satur-
day, Oct. 29. with its annual Poun-
der's Day luncheon at the Top 0'
Columbus boteL Mi t May A. Brun-
son. I lean of Women at the I'ni-
versity of Miami, will be principal
speaker.
More than 70 women, member.
of the Alpha Epsiion Phi Alumnae
group, as well as ail pledgee and
actives of the local chapter, have
indicated a desire to attend, says
Mrs. Marvin L. Zank. president of
the Alumnae Association. The sor-
ority was founded in 1909 at Bar-
nard College, New York City.
Alumnae from Ft. Lauderdale
have sent In reservations for the
luncheon, and inquiries have been
received from other parts of South
Florida. But many more women,
originally from the far flung chap-
in in the United States and Can-
ada, are now believed to be resid-
ing in the Dade county area and
possibly do not know of the ex-
istence of the Alumnae group. All
are invited and welcome to the
event en Saturday, says Mrs. Zank.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman of
the day, will introduce Miss Brun-
son. whose subject will be "Values
of an Alumnae Organization to a
College Chapter, to the University
and to the Commun
A message from the sorority's
national president, Mrs. Irving L.
Cohn. of Nashville. Tenn.. will be
read by Mrs. Lewis, and a report
of the yearly project, the Seott
Nursery, will'be given. "Birth of a
Nation." a poem relating the Ins
tory of AEPhl from its inception,
will be presented by the actives.
W/TH Wi MAI HUSBAND THAT IS
Wife and Mother-in-Law Help to Make Ideal Home
I married a wife and I mother-in-law. too." said
Jean C Lehman as he helped celebrate the 75th
Inrthdav Saturday of his mother-in-law Mrs. Jowl.
Seanhe) Rothschild at their combined home on Nor-
mall,lv Isle with open house in the afternoon.
A wealth of friends. 300 of them, came to toast
Mrs Rothschilds health, and stayed until far mo
the nii At that point, Lehman told of living m
no same house with his mother-in-law for 26 years.
and aired his views generally on married Ufa,
-AibV 26 vcars of living in the same domicile
,k hothmv" wife and her mother, I can truthfully
Wh,v^^m minute of it and would do it
i over agam S still as much in love with my
wife as the day I married her. I ta\larlf "
lll,L of or in spite of. living this way. but it s
!he truth and that Is, add up to something" Jean
explained
uhats more, he and Mrs. Lehman have a son of
25 and his answer to the query of whether he would
25. ana ms bwwi f n s son was the
R;eommend ^h %Uv good institution,'
^^irperfSrwonderfSl son-in-law, "and pro-
viding my son can get along with his mother-in-law
like I can with mine, it's O.K."
Lehman is a six-foot, 175 pound "man's man" while
his mother -in law is a petite, demure woman. He
went on, "Of course the old girl" (with tongue in his
cheek, because he confided secretly that she cer-
tainly looked like a chic young matron in an em-
broidered gray dress with a mammoth orchid that
she did proud) "is a pretty good sport. I don't re-
member ever having a fight with her. I'm no angel
and she has to be pretty understanding, too. She
doesn't agree with everything I do or say.
"She knows when to keep quiet, too. There are
both sides to every question, and we both have to
know when to shut up. Any argument can be car-
ried too far. She's a pretty good girl, but all the
credit is really due to Frances. She's the diplomat.
She keeps the teams in line.
"Of course Frances and I have had our arguments,
too, like every other married couple. But the one
rewarding thing is that she has never threatened to
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What About Origin of the Eggplant?
Here Are Some Recipes from Abroad
By LEAH LEONARD
Have von aver wondered about
the country of origin of the gleam
ing purple eggplant? n Is un-
doubtedly native to countries
around the Dead Sea, for at one
time ii was known as the "Dead
Sea Apple Today it la one oi the
principal vegetables in Israel. It la
called "Chatilim" in Hebrew, and
there is no difficulty popularizing
this vegetable Sabraa (native borm
u well as families from Russia,
Poland, Rumania. Italy and other
countries prepare it in man., (biter
tut way- Here are BOOM of the
most popular recipe-
Eggplant with Sour Cream
(Israel Recipei
1 large eggplant (1'l- lbs, or
more)
1 medium size onion, chopped
fine
: 3 tablespoons olive oil
' 'A tablespoons fine!) cul parslej
l tablespoon flour
1 l cup VV.ltl [
teaspoon sail
l cup -our i-r am
Preah dill for garnish
Remove -tern and purple akin
from eggplant Cul into inch
| cubes Brown chopped onion in
hot oil. add minced parse!) then
the eggplant cube- Dv
ouslv with Hour add water and
sprinkle with salt Cover and cook
over moderate heat 5 to 10 minutes
or till the eggplant is tender hut
not cooked apart Serve hot with
sour cream topping and fresh dill
for garnish Serves 4
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For the Housewife:
Ajax, Fab and Vel
Most women have read or heard
about the famous three muske-
teers, character- created by the
well known French writer Alexan
dre Duma- These three muske-
teers were linked together by the
strongest bond- ol friendship
In modern life, we can speak of
e other musketeers There are
three famous product- of th.
Palmolive firm Ajax, Vel
Fab These three "muske-
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all help the housewife who i- par
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With the aid of the-e
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housewife need any longer
whether her kitchen is clean
whether her dishes an
-Inning bright
whether her linen- an
With the use "i these products she
e the fine-t results
r many years, Colgate-Palm-
olive has !>een constantly impttn
Is cleansing product- in order
..ke house work easier, more
efficient and more pleasant With
Ajax, Vel and Fab Colgate-Palm
olive has produced the very latest
word in cleansing material- All
products are so mild for the
hands that they are a pleasure to
US Thev arc Ko-her and Parve
and bear the seal of ka-hruth of
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the I on each pactafa
Use Ajax for sinks, bathtub- and
tile wall- Use Fab for beavj dutj
washing And use Vel for d
and light wash
Eggplant a la Rust*
Prepare as in recipe for l-rael
Fggplant. adding vinegar or lemon
juice and brown sugar to taste la
soon as the cube- are tender Cook
one minute longer and serve hot or
cold Omit the sour cream topping
when sen ing with meat meal-
Garnish with minced par-lev or
fresh dill Add a dash of garlic
powder for zip.
Italian Stuffed Eggplant
(ut eggplant longways, in!
halve- allowing one half of a
medium aiae eggplant per serving
Scoop out pulp, leaving about a
quarter inch thick shell (hop the
pulp and measure, adding to each |
cup of chopped eggplant the fol-
lowing
cup dry bread or cracker
crumbs
- teaspoon salt
Dash oi pepper
Dash oi garlic powder
1 tablespoon grated raw onion
'i cup -rated chedder type cheese
' ombine the mixture and fill
prepare.! eggplant halves. Brush
tops with olive oil melted butter
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Meredith Weiland extends her thanks to Albert L. Rosen, presi-
dent of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom.
YOUTH LEADER GRATEFUL
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Thanks Club for a Summer Well Spent
Meredith Weiland this week extended her thanks to Albert I
i for a month that she spent last summer at a National Federation
of Temple Youth Camp in Oconomowoc. Wis
Meredith la the daughter of Mrs. Jonas Weiland, 1145 97th K
Miami Beach
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IlS sute"t-eaeher '" the Beth Sholom religious school, reported Wsfdi e. [*,,, .-
on her Nm camp activities at a meeting of the Men's Club. "FerMeajef" M mm W
Rosen, president, received Merediths thanks in behalf of the ^isfeaspsesfia". Sn It
organization, which sponsors the youth activities program of the f*''"" W*4. Snffl
Temple I)r Meyer Eggnatz is youth activities chairman vrit, exartstiui, *J
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Hebrew Teachers Group
Will Offer Lecture Series
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami will >egin a series
Of lectures for Hebrew teachers of
tins area, according to an an
nouncement this week
Thl will include discus
lions ol Talmud, Hebrew litera
ture. the Prophets and a work
shop on methods f teaching \n
course- will be conducted in He
brew, the announcement said
Data of the opening lecture will
Ik' announced s<>,>n
or other shortening and dust with till skin is scorched on all sides
paprika Sprinkle with additional' As soon as possible, lift eggplant
grated cheese Bake in a 350 de from water and remove the skin
gree pre heated oven for 30 mm Peel the pepper and then remove
"":,;" ,igh,ly ** + -tern and seeds. Chop al. together'
to a fine pulp, adding the onion
if used, and the olive oil. Store in
a covered dish in refrigerator till
ready to serve as appetizer or
salad.
Joint Costume Ball
North Shore Club ol Miami
h and Temple Israel this week
announced their joint costume ball
at the new Temple Israel building
on Sunday evening. Qct 30
Patlajtli Viniti, Rumanian Style
1 ripe eggplant (l1.. lbs or
larger)
1 large green bell pepper
1 onion, grated or finely chopped.
optional
3 to 4 tablespoons (dive oil
Salt added when serving

Broil the whole eggplant over
moderate flame of gas stove or on j
a pie plate over electric burner
until tender on all sides Turn
eggplant to prevent burning, using '
a fork or tongs Plunge broiled i
eggplant into cold water while
roasting the pepper against flame I
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28. 1955
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Are Seme Prize-winning Ways
To Use a Plentiful Supply of Rice
iinu>ual and attractive
(.IU. i, nit of the
Kik with K( tchup contest
,jbv I! .1 Heinz Company.
jRice. a Near Eastern type
|cal1 for roil or green cab-
led with a tlavorftll com
|of rice ; diced liv-
red walnut- and dried cur-
I ketchup is used as
t. In addition it adds a wel-
hicine-s to the dish. There
ant taste and texture con-
Dolma Rice
[finely chopped walnuts
'roblem
it Tetley Tea
t rogressee, the
ii- scope Ne sciences
n which several decades
ik unheard of. One of
bv: sciences is called "geri-
concerns Itself with
5. That i-. this science is
| of tging humans.
ij- tin- ;- a very impor-
estion as people live longer
pv did 1CM) (.r even 50 years
*n-u- taker- tell us that the
an population is now liv- _
thai in 10 or 20'
hey wil] live even longer. It
store important to know
hod) when you
, in order to be able to
be field there is no problem
t That i- in the field
product- For instance
I .i has been on
encan market for over 100
1 il gets, the
it- reputation among
n. The se< re| of its popu-
* actually no -ret. It is its
its flavor.
p Tea i$ kosh : and you can
[in an groci r\ .tores. Buy it
Woy it everyday.
3 tablespoons shortenin,*
% lb. liver, diced
1 cup water
"j teaspoon salt
1 cup rice
l2 cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup
'< cup dried currants
4 cabbage leaves
Saute' walnuts in shortening un-
til lightly browned; remove nuts
from skillet; saute' liver in same
skillet until lightly browned. Mean-
while combine water, salt and rice
in upper part of double boiler;
bring to boil; simmer 2 minutes
over direct heat. Stir in ketchup,
currants, walnuts and liver. Cover;.
cook mixture, stirring occasionally.'
over boiling water 40 minute- oi
until rice is tender. Serve hot in'
cabbage leaves, cooked just until
tender. Makes 4 servings.
The second rice dish, a '"milchig"
recipe, combines a pound of sau-
'"',''1 mushrooms preferably
llr n and 2 cups cooked rice
oned with minced onion, pap.
nka and -alt n\ called^shroom
Rice King and .is served with a
crimson, creamy fruit and-spice
flavored sauce called Busy Day
Ketchup Sauce (also milchig).
Busy Day" because it- prepara-
tion time i :,.
Mushroom Rice Ring with Busy
Dy Ketchup Sauce
2 I ibl< 'iorti n
ing
.-.in- flour
'- cup light cream
i cup Heinz Tomato Ke iup
i teaspoons Mem/ Worcester-
shire s
from
heat. Blend In Hour. Gradually
add cream, stirring constantly.
Cook until thickened Remove from
he il Gradually stir in ketchup
and Worcestershire sauce. Heat
well, stirring constantly. If desir-
ed, blend in additional cream.
Keen hot in pan over hot water
while preparing Mushroom Rice
Rio Makes 1 i cup-
Mushroom Rice Ring:
[ Zamora Center Sisterhood Plans Function Sunday
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish tee consists of Mrs. Irving Davidow
Center is planning a "welcome and Mrs. Bernard Miller. A vaude-
back" smorgasboard Sunday eve- v'"e s^how named "Guys and Dolls"
ning. Oct. 30. at the Center.
is in rehearsal.
Mrs. Nathan Davidn-.v and
David Kirel are co-thairma'n. Their
fommittc.i nrf Mi Han-,
Pisttmari, Birrs. ChipT)iamond\ Mur
ray Shulman, Ruby Shear. I. J.
Kussner. Rom Garten. Irving Klein.
Leon Honig, Al Zinner, M. D.
Pearlman, Samuel Silverman and
Irving Davidow.
Director of entt. tainment is lira
Jerome Lieberman. Her commit-
Proceeds for Religious School
Q Moetbly?luickebn of JbMSister-
hood i l Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation will take place in
the social hall Wednesday noon,
Nov. 2. Mrs. George Goldberg is
chairman and will be assisted by
the Mesdames Mollie Harrison,
Dave Kleber, Peter Duc-hon and
Ben Sokoloff.
^PRODUCTS
2 tablespoons minced onion
2 tablespoons vegetable
shortening
I 1 pound mushrooms, finely
chopped
11 cup water
1 cup cooked rice
i' teaspooni salt
11 teaspoon paprika
Saute' onion in shortening; then
add mushrooms and cook over me-
dium heat for 2 or 3 minutes. Add
water, cook until liquid is absorb-
ed. Add rice, salt and paprika.
Heat thoroughly. Pack into greas-
ed 7-inch ring mold. (Or use a 1-qt.
mold or casserole). Invert ring on-
to platter. Serve with Busy Day
Ketchup Sauce. Makes ti servings.
Rice, remember, is a plentiful
and inexpensive food. There's a
new harvest ready for market just
about now so stock up with your
share and use it often in your
menu planning.
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Mrs. Liebman to Address Hebrew Academy Women's Tea
Mrs. Malvina Weiss I.cilimnn. su-
pervisor of elementary education
lor Dade county schools, will ad-
dress Hebrew Academy Women at
a membership tea Wednesday
afternoon. Nov. 2. in the home
Of Mrs, Charles Fruchtman. 2545
Flamingo pi., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Liebman will dlscuu the
school's role in the life of the com-
munity.
Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, hostess
lor the afternoon and nationally
known for her philanthropy and
actiyc participation in religious
and cultural community organiza-
tions, will unveil a new "life mem-
bersfiip" plaque dedicated to In-
dividual life members of Hebrew
Academy Women
Mrs Benjamin Appei. member-
ship chairman, said that a final
report meeting held Monday indi-
cate- that more than 1(K) women
will be eligible t<> attend the paid-
up membership tea
Mrs Appel will award gold me-
dallion- to all life members, and
special citations will ha presented
to those "liD bung in 10 new mom-
bers, according to Mr-. Fruchtman
Mrs Jonah Caplan will introduce
the program The afternoon's en-
ainmenl iii Include member-
"I the Hebrew Aiademy chnr.il
ip, who will present several
bers under the direction of
Miriam Donni i ;tag.
Tifereth Israel to Honor
Cantor Albert Glantz
Sunday. Nov. 13, has been -ot
aside by Tifereth Israel North
side Center to honor Cantor Albert
'Glantz with a special testimonial
dinner at the Bel Aire hotel.
Cantor Glantz was one of the
original founders of Tifereth 1-.
rael. "For the past six years, he
has been rendering his services
without accepting any financial
remuneration," Rabbi Abraham
Her-on, spiritual leader, said
Wednesday.
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Women Will loin Delegate at Hadassah Confab
5jve tour "f the Stnt- of Florida
nJ groups '<( !!;>!. 1--:.lt
U'ili'l-Mt on '<>.. 20 for Atlanta where
thr s utrtern Zionist r<>ional youth
meeting,' -22*24.
r0 5he will go ,,n to ( RWagO, where she
i nl the region at the national board
Kjch ** UvM prior to ,he na,ional Ha'
Ro she will be joiner! in Chicago by Mrs.
Isoltz. secretary of the region, and other
nf (he Greater Miami chapter headed by
Sindrll. A large contingent of delegates
Ida will meet at the Morrison hotel for a
oard meeting prior to the opening of the
invention. They will return on Nov. 3.
U lection of the United States, and from
it point* as Alaska and Puerto Rico, more
delegates, alternates and guests to the
I convention of Hadassah. the Women's
Janization of America, are this week pour-
hicago by air and rail to be on hand for
g gssjon on Sunday afternoon. Oct. 30.
[Hadassah convention, held against a grim
of mounting tensions in the Middle
[review the organization's vast medical,
kith. Youth Aliyah, vocational education
clamation program in Israel in the light
idevelopments and will formulate Hadas-
sah policies In bracl and in the Unit* Slates for
the next twelve months.
most in the mind! of Hadassah ^-legations
'V^ani^k^ac-rrJ.....2
nul, I '' hMp1"r Ma,,oml fr 'ho East
toWes, tod from the Gull rico to toe
northernmost tip of Maine, are the impSoS. rt
uiesT'1'' h" S"V1,",KK>P' PC1 -hub no, onlv pr,
but a.;; o ?,v'chan8e ,{ tanks ami f<- <><>"
but also offers Russia a foothold in the Middle Cast
The critical Pol,,ieal situation will be reviewed
on Sunday with Abba S. Eban. Israel Ambassado
to the I n.ted States, General Carlos P. R,imu|
chairman of the Philippine Delegation to the United
Nations and Rep. Brooks Hays, of Arkansas, a mem-
Nnt l-^^l8**^ Delegation to the United
Nations, sharing the platform.
Other speakers at the convention will include Mrs
Eleanor Roosevelt; Bruce L. McOaniel. former direc-
i i. J : Perations in Israel; Herman Wouk,
celebrated American novelist; Dr. Kalman J. Mann
director general of the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion m Israel; Dr. Harry Eagle, leading American
medical authority and chief of experimental thera-
peutics at the National Institute of Health in Be-
thesda. Md.; Mrs. Ogdcn Reid. of the New York
Herald-Tribune; and Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, presi-
dent of the City College of New York. Mayor Rich-
ard Daley of Chicago will extend his city's greetings
to the delegates at the opening session.
ind Mother-in-Law Help Make Home for Ideal Man
ri
Continued from Pag* 1 B
mother Since mother lives with us. she
ipanyour own friends in
OSes herself and goes into her room and
w hen we go out for dinner
n;i!\ naturally, she comes along."
Ihis unusual arrangement start? Well.
schild was .i widow back in Akron, O.,
met and fell in love with Frances. "If
mc you'll have to take my mother.'' said
that impetuous, "oh. all right,"
Jean has lived 2b" happy years with the
them in Miami.
Like her daughter, who is currently president of
Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women,
Mrs. Rothschild was active in Council 30 years ago,
too. But unlike her efficient daughter who makes
charming speeches extemporaneously, Mr.-. Roths-
child labored two weeks over a one line report as
chairman of her committee in Akron. She was M
nervous that she finally gave up speech-making
completely to save wear and tear on her family's
nervi
She now takes pleasure in playing canasta and
just ben,.- with lier family, which include a son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rothschild,
who came for this 75th birthday celebration from
< lev eland.
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[Bernard Lamont. 1771
dr- celebrated her
teen birthday at a
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' Judy is a senior at
Kh High School.
Muscular
Dystrophy Will
Stage Campaign
Mrs. James J. Dwyer, past presi-
dent of the Miami Junior Chamber
of Commerce Auxiliary, has been
named campaign
chairman for the
1955 Fire Fight
ers March on
Muscular Dystro-
phy. Gordon W.
Gouwens, presi-
dent of the Dade
County Muscular
Dystrophy chap-
t e r announced
this week.
Mrs. Dwyer,
who lives with
her husband and
at 7250 SW 61st st., is currently
recording secretary for the Dade
County Federation of Women's
j Clubs and has been a leader in
| civic activities for the past seven
I years.
As in the past, the 1955 March
on Muscular Dystrophy will be
speai beaded by the firemen in
both the municipalities and the
county area. The March will be
Staged Nov. 21 to 26 and will Im?
a door-to-door solicitation.
The fire fighters will have the
cooperation of several women's
clubs, a number of Jaycee organ-
izations, the Odd Fellows and their
auxiliary, the Rebekah and other
civic groups.
As general campaign chairman.
Mrs. Dwyer will coordinate the
aclivities-of the various participat-
ing groups. The entire county will
be zoned into divisions with a lead-
er, probably from the fire depart-
ment in charge. Each division will
be broken into districts with sub-
leaders to be named by the fire-
men and Mrs. Dwyer.
Mrs. Dwyer
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vMttntrkiton
Frid
IQealm of Society I tyMHtott /^6V f{
Mrs. Jerome G. Greer.e
Marshall, Greene
To Live on Beach
Rabbi Leon Kronish's stud]
Temple Beth Sholom on Ocl IS
was th< i> n i| (he 7 p m. mar-
i.( w. < ifai shall,
hter ol nd Mrs. Viet
hall, w n, Del
Gm i loca atl
[iami Bea< u
Mr, Greem
late Emil and Ann I
bride selected .1 two:
1 blue taffeta stn h suit
and and mat* rail cessoi ies she
1 hids.
iewelrj i
strand of cultured pei
the groom. j
The It: WiI- '
High nded
in Wilming-'
ton.
uate "I
L'nivei his
hool
Ian firm
itts and Greene
in \
e will :
th Sh ire di
Marcia Lee Rosen
Weds Alan Kessler
The West Miami Jewish (enter
was the sotting Saturday for the 8
p m wedding of Marcia 1 ee Ro en
and Alan s Kessler Rabbi W
Waxmaa 1 fficiated at the double
The bride 1- the daughter ol Mr
and Mrs Harrj I- Rosen, 483 SW
nth ive. She wore a
bal ei in
tulle and ni; over satin with
tare | | and 1 m
bolero :'!> long pointed sl<
1 waist length eil was held
by .1 [ 1 II; I and
she carried a white book
with roses and white feath<
Sisti
Lou !
reen ballerina length
arried yellom roses
The brldi Lie.Mil son "i Mrs Au-
gusta Kessler, 5841 s\v Ilth st .
and tlu' late Joseph I a
attended bj his brother, Donald
- best man il
\v,ii!( r Traurig and Seymour
Scherer
Mr and Mrs Kessler will be at
home alter Nov. 1 at 48 s\\
rhe) are spending their hon-
eymoon in Miami Beat h
VITAL STATISTICS: Steven Keith
Howard Trockmen at Bloomington. Ind wE, !* 2' tog,,
school She's the former Joy Kopelowt*J*0"1^ J
Jimmy Kopolowita, 330 SW 26th rd ^m^V*^*
Dorothy flew to Bloomington last Z "rf ,abow ,
and say hello to Howards pare,,.- the IWh t** *!
villO, Ind ,rn*rd Troekm*,,^
Doris and Joseph Pardo Welcomed 1 he birth of Jlff
*4
Kave Sarasohn
Plans Apr. 29 Rites
Miss Faye Ruth Sarasohn's par-
Mr and Mrs Neal Sarasohn,
im, Ala will ( ntertain
Mrs. Alan S. Krssler
Sandra Levin Troth
Told by Her Parents
Mi vm and Mol
vyn Kessl inning a wed-
iimmer ol i!.r)fi.
Their ei nl i- announced
, with a large open bouse in R ^"Sfft ". U?A ?" H-rnF
honor of Faye" engagement to I:""! .'"" lve,*"d rd BlNCayne
Eement
Clayton J Bernstein
He is the son <( Mr and Mn
li\ Bernstein, 2230 SW 22nd t
Point, Miami Beach.
Miss Levin 1- former Chi<
resident, she attended the 1 River
He attended ohm State Inner ,,,, ll( [Uinoil and is now a stu-
sit) and graduated from the Uni-1 dent at the University of MiamL
vei it) "I Miami At I'M. he was
She be! ings t<> Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority, Gamma Alpha chi. wom-
an's advertising sorority, honor
court, and she was 1 student sen
ator in the school of education.
president ol Alpha Epstlon Pi fra-
ternity and i> now the fraternity's
He is m the con-
struction business in Miami.
The bride '!: attended the Uni-
versit) ol Georgia, belonging to
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the
Universitj Ol Alabama lor the *&**."'*%* ***?'" *?*
paat year! she has lived with her m *- and Ncw Wk n aUend"
grandparcnts. Mr and Mrs. Max cd Miami Beach High School and
Mayerovitz, 2342 \v 18th ter I now gooa to the University of Mi
An April 29 wedding is planned. {ami.
Mr Keuler'a pan 1 Mr,
Coffees WiN Help
Sisterhood to
Get Acquainted
'* o" "coffees" will
' on ij \ ,\ 2 tor
new Beth Sh >lom
Irs Irv ng B R ip
Ian, || I.-
"In ord.
' to know r bet
ter and m ordi r that 1
to I now th !. four boat
bers of Sisterhood have
their homes for tin- col
it as," Mrs K i| Ian said
They will be held simultane
at 10:30 a.m. at the h in 1
Jacob (". Fishman 5334 La I
dr.; Mrs. Fred Somerstein, 111
3rd ter : Mrs N inm II B ibel, 820 -
44th st.: and Mr Sol S Pine B62B
Bay dr.
Chairing and Integrating this
function is Mrs Harrj v. Green-
berg, of 4800 Pinotree dr.
"Sisterhood has grown so be
mondously in recent years that It
is sometimes difficult to get to
know one another, and at a recent
board meeting, we devised this
plan of integrating our new mem-
bers into the Sisterhood family,"
stated Mrs. Kaplan.
MM faye Sarasohn
i 8 at Mt. Sinai. Happy about the who'l^hiroY' J'H'f'JaJ
I din* and Alissa Rm-as are grandparent- Mr' '.-a Urs*P
Mr and Mrs. William Albin. J0. ,- former rta^^M
I Miami Zionist Youth Commission and ,, r cnainn of the
Kl Sephardic Congregation hei rent president of|
I
HOUStGUESTS ON THE HOSTS' fROUT
Ltwis A. Mendel, commander of Miami Bcarh p
Foreign Wars, gave a dinner to national command,
J. Murphy at the Algiers hotel ,u prior ; 1*T ,*
: dressing the American legion convention lure m'it7 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Goldberg, of Soul' 1. "Jl^-
Goldberg, who arrived here th.. week from Fores \iT?**
The prominent New York financier 1- now a h j brother's luxurious home but soon plans to retire and lie*!
Also being entertained by the Goldbergs this week are a.
Max Kovner, well-known New York V(. o( *'
M0T0K TROUBLE 4N0 TRAVEL ADDENDA
Sam J. Heiman, chairman of the 1059 I'ombined lewis)
j wrote from Gander, Newfoundland, to sa> that his plane,
I motor trouble over Nova Scotia, where the United Jewish
sion to Israel, of which he is a member, landed for repantj
I Paris. Sam reported that "a visit here is a must." Then off t*
the study mission hopped to pick up 2;t Russian refugees I
Israel.
Recently returned from Canada. Ruth Brotman last tt*J
tained at a dinner party in the Fontainebleau hotel in hoMJ
P. Pailieres, Haiti, now visiting in Miami Back from theirs]
at Fire Island and the artiste's colony in Woodstock. NY., |
Melicov and her mother. Mrs. Rebecca Melicov.
An exciting interlude at Fire Island was Anyuti'i meets*]
Herman Wouk, author of "The Caine Mutiny," who had j
1 from a trip to Israel. Herman b president of the orthodox syi
Fire Island.
NEVER fORGOTTEN ... '4 MOST NOBlf DEED'
Samuel A. Kaoan, of 3575 Flamingo from a recent illness at Mt. Sinai Hospital But he and 1*1
will never forget what Sam calls "a most noble deed." Hi
that during a routine visit of patients. Rabbi Alexmoir Gets]
Sam complain about the fact that he was going to miss High 1
services.
"On the second day of Rosh Hashona." Sim says ^e*l
walked from his home on lower Michigan ave. to Mt. Sinai to]
services especially for me. Assisted by two students, be resf
liturgy and blew Shofar."
Happy to see their father well again are his children I
Jacob Booth, Eileen and Mitchell Friend and Mildred and!
Kagan.
Of UffTM MnflM mshmen ius
Myron Gold is back from military service and has entered*]
tice of law with Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg Hr-ar
of the University of Miami, where he received the BBA im<
grees. Myron's folks are the Lou Golds. Lou is a meraw]
Miami Boxing Commission.
Filtering freshman at Biandeis University il &**
daughter of Or. and Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, 3414 Pra.ne a
uate of Miami Beach High School. Donna was a mem*r ,
Lionsl Honor Society, vice president of Ihe s""1,'n,/1nl^|
of the Spanish Club and corresponding secretary M m
Club. ,-aj
Chief Justice of the real estate courts in !f.J"fta
Israel, David Zang is here with Mr. Zang for a v>;' r
law and daughter, the Bernard Dieners, at theu
Miami Beach.
,ries: Mr. ^ ^J
WEDDING BIllS fINC OUT AGAIN
Recent celebrants of wedding anniversa...
Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klempner. Mr .and ^ J|
Mr. and Mrs Louis Buch. Mr. and Mrs harI. dlhtt
Jerry Blank, the Abraham Resn.cRs, the Ellas Halpcrn
Hosensteins. .. motheri
Report here is of the illness of Mrs. Jack Abi.n -
I RecupcraUng is Mrs. Leonard Hodges, d
Miss Sandra Levin
Miami ORT Chapter Slates Luncheon
sers.
Eye-Bank Party Due
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
hold an eye-bank party on Tues-
day evening at the home of Mrs.
A. Greenfield. 1694 West ave. In
charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Maurice Simmons.
Greater Miami chapter ol Ai
ican Women's ort will hold it-
annual member bring a men
Coral Gables Sisterhood Will
Hear Works by Strassburg
Members ol sisterhood of 1
Gables Jewish Center *,n be
guests at a coffee in th Saxony
hotel on Wednes.b. afternoon
Nov. 2.
Mrs. Sol Halpert. chairman, an-'
Bounces that Robert Strassburg,
music director of the Center, will
present some of his original selec-
tions on the piano.
Musical skit. "Sisterhood High-
lights." directed by Mrs. Jack Som-
bcrg. will be presented. Mrs. Hen
ry Barancik is accompanist.
luncheon at the SheltM>rne h-jtel
Monday noon, Miss Ann Tart will discu s the
history, challenge- and accomplish-
ments ol ORT In charge of reser-
vations ti Mrs Irving Tillis, ol 4566
Prairie ave.
ORT is the organization respon-
sible for training hundreds of
thousands of underprivileged and
uprooted Jews by equipping them
with skills and trades During the
part ten years. ORT has trained
some 200.000 persons, including
over 75.000 DPY
Some one third of the students
attending full-time vocational
schools in Israel today are ORT-
sponsored.
enny Gordon, of Goroon '""r^f^
returned front a convention of the IJJ" ^ H*rf
Concord. NY. Jenny's proudly telling nin ^^tf,
the capacity of convention ^airman dunns. ^ .
William Friedman, of 037 S -5th birtbdajj
Harry and Jenny Gordon, of Gordon ***.
rned from a convention
rord. NY. Jenny's pr<
capacity of convention ct
session. "Mrs. William Friedman, 01 iiw. h
Birmingham. Ala where she helped celebraU the
brother. Max Grown. *itioii of G'1 *"''
Miamian- are >orry to hear about the in.b^ he w
now in Mt. Sinai Hospital. For the pastliui ^ dirc(WrJ
himself to the Anti-Defamation League ano
Florida regional office.
Mrs. Palmer Will Host **#}
Memliership tea.
the Miami chapter
Jewish Congress, will be held on
the patio of the waterway home of
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. 5335 Or
duna ave, Coral Gables, Monday
afternoon, Oct. 31.
Mrs. Charles Feinberg, national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision of the American Jewish
.Ml s. 1 s..----------.
lative and social
sent comedy m^ffj:
community s.n*'w
William Sacker.
Chairmen of the
David Brodsky '
Haffner


i0ber 28, 1955____
vJwistnoridfon
Page 7W
[unity's Leading Women Welcome 'Chen' Commander j Family Counselor
Urges Constructive
Social Legislation
of the worn-
Greater Mi-
state of Is-
j worl'r-
ion of the
ainintJ commander
%< Army of Israel.
brunch scheduled In
fomen
la
I of Mr-
nrcc ('r
ionic Sells chain
nen';. Division,
national
for Israel
Col. Worth.
Koretiky,
Miami Beach,
of
i< coor-
jbe visit of Col, Wertb.
jjberl Farber,
LiU intn
leader in
adeiphia Jew.sh commit-
mvehere
to participata in a
0| Israel tea at the
Mr>. [sadore Hecht
Israel
least 5300 in
i attend the
. ]0:30 am.
Lomen who have .-old at
least $2,500 in Israel Bonds will
receive "Chen" charms from Col.
Werth and Mrs. Farber.
Mrs. Michael Schalzer. accom-
panied by Mrs. Hortensc Arvan,
will present a concert of Israeli
songs. At the conclusion of the
brunch, Jacob Fishmnn will lead
in communal singing,
Col. Werth was welcomed at
the Miami International Airport
Wednesday by a reception cum
mittee which included the
dames Louis GUtter, It William
Apte. Milton Sirkin, Max W<
Miriam Press, Harry I'latoff,
Sarah Czech, Frances Rubin, Abe
Kasow. Meyer Beinborn, H
Koretzky and Miss Lllliai
man.
Lt. Col. George E. G ex
ecutive officer <>f the 25R5th
Reaarve Flying Center in Miami,
extended official greeting! to I
Werth at the airport Wednesday
She and Mrs. Farber are I,mm
at the Shelborne hotel.
Col. Dina Werth
. arrives here
>n to Elect Board of Directors

.work have been nominated to serve
aa the board of director-
Flection and installation of the
officers and members of the board
of directors will be held on Nov.
30 at the Fontainebleau hotel at
[the Women's Division second an-
nual education conference.
Girls' Council Elects
Connie Scoff President
president of Tau Alpha Omega,
girls' council sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
Other officers named at a recent
meeting include Marcia Holly, vice
president; Louis Krasnow, treas-
urer: Arlene Gross, recording sec-
retary.
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nominees for officers and board of
directors, it was announced by Mrs.
Monte Selig, chairman of the nom-
inating committee.
On Monday. Oct. 31, in accord-
ance with the by-laws of the first
official Women's Division, a com-1
plete ballot listing officers and di-,
rectors will be mailed to nearly
2.000 women in the Greater Miami
area.
Every woman contributor to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation i
is eligible to vote, Mrs. Selig said.
Additional nominations may be
presented to the nominating com-
mittee by written petition of any
25 members in good standing, and
these should be sent to the Worn- tary; Sue Fox. pledge mistress;
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Following officers have been' Goodman, parliamentarian.
nominated: presidentMrs. Irving \t -----------------------------
Lehrman; vice presidentMrs.ffaqler-Granada Luncheon
Mrs. Estelle Sudnow, family
counselor of the Jewish Family
Service, was a participant last
week in a panel discussion before
the Southeastern chapter of the
National Association Of Social
Worker-.
The discussion concerned lts< II
with "Social Action a n d Social
Work Participants were
Wood, featun liami
Daily News, and ra .. ol
the Veterans Administration.
Mrs. Suanow, who i presently
covering the intake desk at Jewish
Famii; Service, completed her
training with the Graduate S
of Jewish Social Work in 1933 and
has since been in practice in New ,
York as well as here. She said last '
week that the field of social work
"has a professional obligation to
help achieve constructive legisla-
tive and private programs to as-
sure the well being of all people.''
She added that "social work
faces most directly the economic
and social problems so prevalent
for'families and individuals. It can-
not only be concerned with the in-
juries that have been inflicted |
upon people by misfortune and de-'
privation but must continuously 1
and energetically attempt to pre-
vent these injuries from occur-
ring."
Mrs. Sudnow reported that there
was general apathy with reference
to the public aid programs avail-
able to people in economic need.
"Grants given such families are
not sufficient to provide them with
adequate food and satisfactory
housing." she said, and critizied a
requirement in the program ol aid
to dependent children.
"Whereas the initial purpose oj
that program was to make it poasj
ble for mothers to have full
care for young children, it is now
expected that mothers will o!
employment,'' she explained.
"Grant., obtainable by mothers
without husbands to support them
are currently set at a maximu
SCi monthly without regard to the
number of children that may
Mrs. Sudnow urged the social
work profession to make its knowl-
edge available to other organiza-
tions in order to promote correc-
tions in this legislative situation.
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+Je*isHhridtori
Norman K. Levine
Open House Fetes
Jack Blumenfeld
Jack Rosa Blumenieid, son <>f
Mr and Mrs Sidney HiumcnfHtl.
6261 s\\ ch si will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Ocl 28 at
the oral Gables Jewi-ii I i
Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate,
wnil Cantor Irving R ibinson ren-
the musical portion ol the
' : i ice
Jack i- an 8th grade si
Kinloch l'. rk Junii r High School
re he is drummei in the re
Hi
Jack I the
re school i I
sever yea
v it, iii Jack's I
ven bj in- i
28. On Sat
h will bi r the
house
d in his
i for re
I h n guests i i
i d i" attend are Mrs Hyman
Blumenfeld, Jack -
and aunts and uncle Mr and Mrs
h Kellman, Mr and Mr-
Kaplan. Mrs Mann) Mandel, Mrs
Anno Hirschenbein and Mr and
Mrs Harrj Tuchten, all of Chit
Wk Norman Levine .
ar Mitzvah at
Saturday Service
N nman Robert, son oi Mr and
Mrs Morn- II. Levine, 480 S\\ lllh
ave will become Bar Mifcrvah Sal
urday morning, Ocl 29 al the Ml
ami Hebrew School and i
tmn
Norman ha- attended religious
.school for "\er three \ear- Me will
addre the congregation and con
duct the Muut -r\h e Rabbi Si
men April will officiate
A reception In his honor will be
held following the sen il
The Bar Mitxvah attends Ada
Merritt Junior High School where
he il active in sports and has re
ceived his school letter and -tar
His sister Flora, relatives and
friends will attend
The Bar Mit/vah grandparents
are Mr and Mr- lack Levine and
Mrs Cells, i-editor, all ol Nee
York
Mr. Levine I- managing director
of Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Frido
COMINCToiJ^
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Jack Blumtnltld
First Bar Mitzvah
At B'nai Sholom
Normal son ol Mr and Mr
Harrj Woldofl 18300 nv 28th
in>; Saturdaj morning services,
Ocl 28, oi Temple B'nai Sholom.
2701 N\V 183rd -t ()pa locks
Norman attend- Hialeah Junior
High School He i- I boy -coin and
studies musk. He will be the fir-t
Bar Mitzvah at B'nai Sholom
Kiddush to Honor
Martin Baron
Martin Baron will become Bar
Mit/\.ih daring Saturda) morning
services, Ocl 29. ol Both David
Synagogue Rabbi Yaako\ Rosen
berg will officiate
Martin is the hm ol Mr and Mrs
Louis Baron Grandparents are Mr
and Mr- s ,i Spector
An eighth grade -indent at Shen-
andoah Junior High School, he
has been attending Both David re-
ligious school for the past -ix
years
Stuart M. Fishman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Fishman. 9760
Bay Harbor ter.. Miami Beach.
will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Oct. 29, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish will officiate. Stuart, a stu-
dent at Beth Sholom religious
school, is in the eighth grade
of Nautilus Junior High School.
Harvey's Bar
Mitzvah at
Beth David
Harvej Alan Gordon will be
come Bar Mit/vah during Saturda\
morning services Oct 2D, of Beth
David Syi Rabbi Yaakov
dl officiate
Harvey's parents are the Irvin
<; irdohs, ol 720 S\V 24tli r.l Mi
ami
\n eighth made student at Shon
andoah Junior High School, be is
member "! the chorus there.
i 'led Beth David
Ol for the past three
Among guests at dbi Ber Mu/
vah will ho his grandparents. Jo*
Sabel, Of Charleston. 8.C., and Mrs
Adele Gordon, Miami Also expect
ed at a reception in Haney's hon-
or at home Sunday are Mr. and
Mr- Leonard Bogan and Mr and
Mrs I Goldstein, of Columbia. S.C.
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+Jewlsti tlurid San
Page 9B
rvices In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship
.ep.GRANADA JEWISH .tions of the liturgy. Larry, son of----------------------___________. JJL
I. ER GRANADA JEWISH
SJty CENTER will hold
Evening services itJA
nlorninc services are at
,bbi Leo Heim will discuss
klv Portion and chant the
portions of the liturgy.
i serv.ces are at 10:30 a.m.
Shapiro is junior rabbi.
Lmmv Lasko junior cantor.
ttil'l be at 5:30 p.m.. fol-
fbv Maariv. Daily services
j:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
M HEBREW SCHOOL AND
IEGATI0N will hold Friday
services at 5:45. Saturday
services are at 8:30. Nor-
ii of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H.
lll become Bar Mitzvah.
fsimon April will officiate,
jgntor Bcrele Kelemer ren-
fthe musical portions of the
Subject of the sermon is
|ed as: "The Achievement
tacter." Class in Mishna will
1:45 p.m. Daily services are
I am and 6 p.m.

IeUTE CENTER will hold
Friday evening service! at 6.
[grrices are at 8:15. Rabbi
.i Ualavsky will officiate
/reach on the topic: "Jewish
Ion" Cantor Samuel Salkow
Inder the musical portions of
Eirgy. Mr and Mrs. Charles
han will be hosts at Oneg
St. Saturday morning serv-
k at 8:30. Mincha will be at
I.m followed by Shalos Scu-
ll ';. services arc at 7:30 a.m.
1 minutes before sundown.
MTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
m will hold Friday evening
( 5:30, Oneg Shabbat
i at 8 15 Rabbi Isaac
(will preach on the topic: "A
ed Life Saturday morning
i are at 9 Lick, son of Mr.
ton Wasserstrom, 1136
Kh-t. will become Bar Mitz-
Dior service*, arc at 10:30
Kucha will be at 5 p.m.. fol-
|by Shalo> Seudos. Jack Sivin
l host
* i f
PLE ISRAEL of Miami will
Friday evening services at
ibhi Joxph Narot will offi-
p)r. Samuel I) Wcissbuch, di-
1 of the Florida region, Na-
Conference of Christians
Ml, will be guest speaker.
*
I ISRAEL CONGREGATION
ld Friday evening services
p. Saturday morning services
19. Rabbi H Louil Rottman
pficiate and preach on the
Portion. Bible class is at
p.. followed by Mincha and
l Seudos. Daily services will
pOa.m. and 5:25 p.m.

JMTH ISRAEL NORTH-
|CENTER will hold Friday
services at 8:30. Rabbi
Herson will preach on
fPic: "Taking Religion for
M Special consecration
>*il be held for the pre-teen
P"e Shabbat will folow. Sat-
morninK services are at 9
[* will follow
^LE B'NAI SHOLOM, 2701
Pd ft. will hold Friday
*rvicesal 8:15. Rev. Shel-
ra['u ""I officiate and
pon .he ,oP-:-stand Up and
P'1 ,Cntor Ben Gross-
C 1 T lhc mu*u Por-
l01 lhe liturgy. Saturday
W serv.ee. are at fl. Norman.
till Land Mrs Harry Mol-
*
iFnllv C0NGGATION will
ISattn eVening *"**" ^
K'l! Kh' S,"";'r>ahu Swir-
I Gartenh Refu**." Cantor
VSSw"^ Ul" render the
f'Hal ar M 10 a >n
rjun -Class ,n Talmud will
ten,,,J,EW,SH *
It 8:15 /"*> evening serv-
hh on k Htnry 0kollca
K \a. 'J* ,0P'e: "Three
P'he,urS>rmorninierv-
^.rir^ant0rMaUncc
uer the musical por-
, tions of the liturgy. Larry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Cooper, will be-
Icome Bar Mitzvah. The Coopers
I will be hosts at the Friday evenine
Oneg Shabbat.
* *
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
preach on the Weekly Portion of
the Law. Mincha is at 5 p.m., fol-
lowetT by Shalos Seudos. Daily
services will be at 7:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m., with Sunday services
scheduled for 8 a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Heshvan 125:23 p.m.
g
< a plan will preach on the topic:
"In Search of Happiness." Cantor
Abraham Seif will render the mus-
ical portions of the liturgy. Class m
Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will
be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Host is I. B. Eisenstein.
Daily services are at 8 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
#
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 5:45 Saturday
morning services are at 9. Rabbi
, Isaac Ever will preach on the
I Weekly Portion. Kiddush follows.
i Mincha is at 5:30 p.m. Shalos Seu-
dos and Maariv will conclude the
Sabbath observance. Daily services
will be at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.,
with Sunday services at 9 a.m.

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
iwill preach on the topic: "Not Re-
ligion but More Democracy Needed
in Public Schools." Saturday morn
ing services are at 9:45, with Jack
Blumenfeld. son of Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Blumenfeld, celebrating
his Bar Mitzvah.
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15. Saturday morning, services
at 8:30 a.m. are dedicated to dele-
gates attending the 60th national
encampment of Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United States in Miami
Beach. Rabbi Tibor Stern vy.il! dis-
cuss: "War Veterans are Peace
Veterans." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ehes will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Class in Bible
is at 4:30 p.m., with Mincha and
Shalos Seudos following. Samuel
Lerrier will be host.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN
TER will hold late Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate and
preach on the topic: "Evidence of
Faith." Cantor Edward Klein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy, with Eli Samuels directing
the choir. Saturday morning serv
ices are at 8:45. Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silow, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abram-
owitz will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.
0
Z*AMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
5:30. Late services are at 8:30,
when Rabbi Leon Hurwitz diacUfr
ses: "Daring to be a Jew." Mr.
and Mrs William Locke will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor
of their son, Maury.

BETH EMETH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 7:30. Herbert Biuh
wald will officiate, assisted by the
choir. Subject of the sermon is:
"The Covenant."

TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15.-Rabbi David Shapiro will
preach on the topic: "The Religion
of Abraham." Saturday morning
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ifnniT ABOVE L.NCOLN ROAD
^^"Jri^. HEBREW 'NST.TUTE- :.,.-, 7slU st. ,,.,,.
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be^.,^b, esf^^ss^-sLSf^' -* ni-,h""-
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HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
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NORTHWEST
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FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER- 50 N\V "1st pi.
Conaervatlve. Rabbi Lao Halm.
NORTH MIAMI
north dade Jewish center 13(30 w i i'i\i. hy. Conaarvatlve.
Rabbi Henry Okollca. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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SOUTHWEST
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Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Keh
WEST MIAMI
est miami Jewish center-5720 sw nth it. Conservative. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman.
w
services are at 9. Neil, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Ramo, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Ye-
hudah Heilbraun will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily morning services are at 9.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30.
Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg, national
chaplain of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, will be guest speaker. Subject
of the sermon is: "An Adventure
in Democracy." Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, spiritual leader of West
Miami Jewish Center and JWV
Florida State chaplain, will partici-
pate. Saturday morning services
are at 9, when Kabbi Lehrman dis-
cusses the Weekly Portion. Cantor
Philip Brummer will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Daily services are in the chapel at
8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
preach on the topic: "Must the
Children of Abraham be Sacrificed
Again?" Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 10:45. Stuart, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Fishman, 9760 Bay
Harbor ter., and David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Wieder, 4461
Royal Palm ave.. will become Bar
Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE wi
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Chapel fixtures contributed
by Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector will
be dedicated. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg will preach on the topic:
"Making a LifeOr Making a Liv-
ing." Oneg Shabbat will follow,
with the Spectors as hosts. Satur-
day morning services are at 9.
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
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Baron, and Harvey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. lrvin Gordon, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow.
Daily services are scheduled for
7.30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
*
BETH T F I L A H CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will preach on the
Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m., he will
discourse on the subject: "Beware
of Favoritism." Mincha is at 4:30,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv
is at 6 p.m. Daily services will be
at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
*
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30. Rabbi
Arie Becker will officiate and
preach on: "Where Realism and
Faith Meet." Class in Talmud pre-
cedes the service at 8. Class in
Bible is scheduled for 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu-
dos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz
will be hosts.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30. Late services are at 8:30.
In the absence of Rabbi Alfred
Waxman. gues't speaker will be
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Kducation. Subject of the sermon
is: "Democracy and Judaism."
Center choir will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Sat-
urday morning services are at 9.
Sabbath school will be at 9:30.
Mincha is at 5 p.m.
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HEADACHES
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Page 10 B
+Je*ist> Fhrkfiar
Frid
ON THE
LEON UVTTERMAN
lay,
Selznick Trying a Repeat (iWTW
THE CHANGELINGS. By Jo Sinclair.
Book Company, Inc. $3.75.
322 pp. New York: McGraw-Hill
By HILARY MINDLIN
JO SINCLAIR'S third novi I (her first, "Wasl won the II
N Iward i"i 1946) examines a common phenol
rn A liborhood in Hun in the pi
changing from t tehes in
the block om

it tl V with I
;; t thl m
\ : tl"'
Film-maker David 0 Selznick, the brilliant Jewish
motion picture producer wh< le peihaps more
an$ other symbolise! alg-time Hollywood
throughout the world, this rck tat m
motion a major guessing same in the American
film capital
ie question'? Which will he Selz-
nick first movie under In- n. w a- reement to pro-
duce films for RKO distribution? Producer Selznick,
v h Gone W ith the Wind' i u-iqucs
tionablj the most successful film ever produced, is
rehii fo itorj with the <-, p<- and
sweep "i the classic of the Civil War
hi the lights m Bebnick'a offices hum
I as his literary men wade through the
matet >l which has hecn tub*
ithors, publishei

In production at i
vith a movie ol size type and quality
I with Ins past famous productions And
everj star In Hollywood has wired or
Suci
ni{ht in his ,,,,, .
be filmed "h"*tklii
Davnl <) Si ,k
**tes1 .;.. ^0* three things >"^Mil
and hi, good "> > mttttfl
Born in 1902, in Pitteburth P,
^Davidfl tiiSTff
Bchooh and t J**.l
his
I
indiiti. I
usssts
ter he | ie i re,
came back to
serie
Ma c
with a
Soon David *
.ron
' in ihe
id v..u
first .,, MGJ*
tO Hoi I) W i'l I
lore sensil i find thi leleph Iznick to assure him of his or her co-
Ins new product
\ ..r have been going around
Hollywood a- to which piece of fiction might l>e Ins
First film Mut Selznick will not confirm the rumors
ami. even on weekends, the lights blaze tar Into the
v i famil). this summer bel ire hei
jianges to her i
onlj vagui I) i nse, wordli >lj
11 r gan had sud :- n at over-
hi trangely disturbing Others ihe groped
.i- for shadowji objects in a darl rl then was so ------------ -----------------------
onlj the Si te," for in lid Mi Levine m \\'1 Hi ^1' F\\~ AMlT'f -^
ther, "Whattsthe differenci betwi the '* "'" **w ** '* ^ ~
hi Black Ones? Both roll like a flood over you until you
ensile! s as tl cami \ hi ii.
with l>, II
made ln-n a shorts i.r.. '..,,., ,L.lM0- M
application,
shorts prir ucer ihpn ,
" then the, had' lm ^7^1
International Pi '-. ^
ture bister)
which ha, mad,.
I' sean hina desi housing
hold a mirror up to the souls ol the people I 120th
rs, old and n< a all their shames and i med
Out of ihe Writer's Very Private Diarj
pen w hat matters is
a s iddi who we are w hi
thej i
TO JULES golden, thi young poet bed-ri Iden with bad heart,
n of what his family, his stn In
verse he ehampioned the v
What a small world it really
has become. Picked up a Hebrew
: published la Israel and be-
gan to read you know what Noth-
ing else but Harry Truman's me-
i


'
the i though irreel is often "crippled.' powerless "In
to act i ffectivel) Its importance lies in starting
thi in the first step toward action
' roll for Judy, who has the "heart" and the courage
Jud) discovers the complexities ol the adult
i the light of the simplicity ol the hild's She
wn developing values "what's ,( on
welter ol issues crossing, emotions short-circuiting each
! and prejudice of the last generation. "Changelings!"
See they'll do II Over hell and high water." And the
and race even the barrier oi "the long moment
Will come tun: ,wi
powei ike the rich emotional content of the
i ii the perpetual chicken soup
- -: P on the raging conflicts between
i hi Most oi all you can touch i child \<'
" i i. -.i ii
nd ol Km

as | n n
ui..-e,i ix .u ( uanged
She i a child in
help us .,il
HOEtS SMOI.AR
U.S. Worried About Soviet Penetrati
ons
the Soviet
cret in V ,n that the S
huh ih. v cat t| \,
etion in
i
Th,> inks that are
rn by
lf 1 he; also ha< t shout 5.000 Ml<; s
A b; lat>
ion Thu
influence
tO the Mcdlter
! i. but also
d Indian oceans
This would mean that the Truman doctrine, which
W1 move to block Soviet penetration
"' "' would be breached like the
was breached In Prance by the Nazi
World War II This di-mal prospect
Department .. headache because at
ol the higher officials knows what
'" to paralyze effectively the Soviet action
It is clear that an important sector oi the Middle
' would become Soviet outpost becaui
moirs. which is being fad in as
big doses in Israel as m America
Knglish papers headline of V
OtOI remind me of storj about
Israeli delegation visiting Mo
cow for some concession L
wired back to Israel: I.o Tw
(No good.) Israel cabled back,
"Mah lo tov?" (Whafs no good?)
And the answer was "Moloto\
Probably just a story
What is happening to all the
money pouring in to Arab coun-
tries for oil "M" says that it
may bring about a revolution one
of these days in Saudi Arabia
It has brought about a terrible
state of corruption with a small
number in the top brackets riding
around in Rolls Royces. but little
of the money trickles down to
the masses, who are show m |
signs of unrest
In Iraq. "M it is differ-
ent, at least to some extent
There a Development Rudget has
been established and the money
is being used for various public-
projects, chiefly irrigation "M"
further says that the land ol
I- very fertile and once it hi
rigation, the land will cry out for
settlers Would be a wonderful
place to settle the Arab refu
lam
When Dr. Dov Joseph was 1
several years ago on a speakin
tour for Israel Boade, he triad to
expedite matters in the dr:!
ol Israeli oil. There had been
lot hut l
mach \ing far]
' 'ne of the roast
headed bj a Morami
Dm Joseph ta him TVe
own advisen ere
ihe machinery.
oilier places, they th
the machinery might*
with more assurance ii
Nilson sat for a time i
in thought, then he
kmm. he said. "I an i)
and I remember rcadufj
Salt I Taben
pori of Mormon apsttt|
whom the Prophet
sent to Palestine to i
Hob Land. At that tuse.1
oppress*
ed with the idea of M
settling there In thu I
the Prophet Smith.
h had Mood on Mi
.ma l^kedai
. n i tia convinced thai
land ol milk and Imbh
: irther ( mvincafj
: the Bible. Up
n and roppei
was true."
The head of the ofl J
said Vornml
with this and he
drillinc machincrj-sat]
Th .' i ho* the first af|
in i-i.i.i begm
Aha
M
not come unescorted, but bring parts
Hits, technicians and influence
Soviet '
If the
n
th the Arab countries Is not effectively
now H will endanger NATO and the entire
;-;h,h,,,e,Shashullt(,0I,,as
SAf'L CARSON
I'
race Picture at UN Remains the Sa
mr
It I- a cliche by this time to tuti the peace
picture at the United Nations is neither brighter
udy than its reflection in the i ipiui<
of th- membei state But there Is now fresh prool
i this truism The slide rule artists who have clari
.mew the basic arithmetic showing the relation-
h|i ecu power politics and political
trading are the two blocs fbnned by the
ti the one hand and the
-entatne- of the Soviet blOC on the other
This is the third coalition the Arabs here have
formed in the last few years. For a time, they palled
up with the Latin American group, a powerful array
Of 20 delegations. A year ago. that line-up fell apart
at the seams. The Arabs had tried to use the I.atn
American votes whenever they faced an issue direct-
ed against Israel. Partly because of Israels increas-
ingly effective liaison with the Latin American re-
trafa
repre-
d's .""""' .' '" ,h" ^ h* the
... and ,n dW nil, |):ir1u.ularly
:'.'; Am"'can orientation toward the
"' I isj. that marriage did not 1.
Last summer, the Arah bloc latched on to a reallv
once ol I., | April the, (,,mo hack ho \^iT
JoneSM as the prime movers of a foreef, P As, m
Afncan bloc Mow powerful that bloc Tnit
: comes to actual voting ,s rtUI doubtfu here
the question of colonialism certainiv ih. *
JWeaj bloc has already J^STSS'JSj^Z
Arab delegates were rii-liohi^ ..a,.._ .L
MILTOX FRMilDMA* -^
Kasha Soup: Danger
When the Secret-Sen ice recent: A u"'lor^i
a parcel containing a pistol into the Whit H'''' LT!
forgotten a previous incident involving two cans of kl'w
Jeannete Rudellat. White House correspondent for^
America, happens to like kash soup Washmuton nx>
koshor delicatessens. Miss Rudellat is not Jewish Sosw
ly cornered this correspondent at the White Ii""sC fK$i
and asked about the problem.
HOI.....I's replenish.* J
The runs tere inr-ja
A few WJJ
Shortly thereafter. I was at
opply. I saw canned kasha soup.
brew with appropriate rabbinical signatures
White House announced that President Eisenhower d-iJ
conference. This seemed an opportunity '
the soup.
When I showed my pass and sought to enter tl
ference room. Secret Service officers poked si th' P P* -
Ju>t some >wv
for n
irmW
I poi"
r!
question endangered the
forcing France to take it
strength of the UN. by
I ominous temporary exit
.iJhe.Arab ^P made no sW of its elatio
the outcome of the Algeria vote. i fact 1,
the fact that Israel voted for the French vfcwpc
welcomed
arm They politely asked its contents
reim inhered too late that "soup" is a slang tem
powerful liquid explosive.
To demonstrate the innocence of kasnV!nrt hw
label. But I am not sure if the Hebrew lettering so ,
convince them. They suggested that I waw
attend the conference without it. Rudellat **
Later the soup was safely deUvered M_i^ vu^ ^
talking to United Press eorrespondent Merrimm
ing: "Ifs really delicious." John Fo"^
Not long thereafter I was in Secretary of wkt
Mr. Dulles' receptionist. Mrs_ ^
h rye bread ^ ^^
outer office.
deep interest in
kasha soup incident, I agreed with Mrs
style rye.
old-fashioned Jewish rye ^
. i ..rH with Mrs Butler on


NOTICE
T*r.
Wl&BKBr'aivgi .hut
,., in i- name of
I >'V'^r ,,',!. 10 register
/'L county, Florida
sl ',';' .ri RN Sole owner
m'i ,.-------
IN
tint
(0 III'
AND FOR DADE
'"CHANCERY. No 184034
M.aU)VER. iu.ii.tlff.
Lt/iV'ER i'. lulant
I't for divorce
|. ,: 0M>VKR
f Sl
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Inknowa
,hi H
(,",, Divorce has I.....n
., ii.i you are re-
,. ,,f v ..ii Answer
[ill ,,t i 'omplalnt
glnat An-
I. Court on ortotan
of November, l65.
nent by default
you for the
'n.l-.l E "'" l!i" "f '""
..... ihaD I-- published one;
i f,r four consecutive weeks
il-UISII 1-:.- -KIl'lAN
Ewp ORPBRBD a Miami.
,;; |4ti, d) of October, a.i>.
,- B LRATHERMAN,
dr, ull Court.
llllllt) I' I.....lH
AN lOLRNOYER
[ ..,.,|, l-.-puty l l.ik
CAIN
Plaintiff ... ._
Pet, Miami. Ha.
114-11_______________________
JCIRCUIT COURT. ELEV-
UDICIAU CIRCUIT, DADE
WFL0RDA. IN CHANCERY
BOTH, Plaintiff, ,
. roth, Street,
,n . | I. illlllKH to
,,,h ill, 'l.-rk. and
il: orn< v.
Lincoln Road,
m.i.i. on ,.r before
,,i the Complaint
ed
lobei I"
B I.KA'i'lli UM \N. Clerk
r ii i:: i: JR., Deputy
21 4-1J ______________
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
18 HEREBY C.1VEN that
jkaed, ili '
kii.r tii, name of
pRAHAM al 133 N B l Itk
I laid n;i me
Hi. Circuit Corn t
I
PATRICK i; \11am. INC.
m ARO.NoVITZ
MS
:e" TO CREDITORS
OUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE, No. 33658-A
i ; hk
fSEN'ZWKHI Pc
t i '< i tone llav-
r Deman I \.-., m i Bald
nd each of yi ire hereby
- ii any
inda which yon, or
>u. ma ilnat the
IIRA R08KNZW Kltl, d.. ana-
' lllm-d*. to
raMe Count) J ulgi of 1 inda
I Hi.- name in their
lie r..-- i : ihouse la
unt,. Florida, within eight
[nornlm from lh< -late of the
laid lalma
' ntaln the legal ad-
ind to be iwo) n
I i aid, or
1i bai
"'her 5, A 11 |)
(TON A EPSTEIN '
AiH'iii;,r\ Administrator
r.A ol thi I'- ite of
K\ R08EN2WKK1,
[BEI3IAN & KAPLAN
wr AnrilU
ftraior i'T \.
[CJRCIJIT COURT OF THE
Int.IC'*L CIRCUIT IN AND
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
T ,, ... No. 183671
1 WILKINS, Plaintiff
fall. B, wii.kins
J BY PUBL,C;'T,'o'Nn'
riti"'"- 'v Hfornla
til'-, HERKHV NOTIPIBD
I Divorce
', t you, and yon
copy
I Kill of Com-
Iki Ir.- ?,ta'",lri attorney,
I,,- '," I .inch,
I la and file
f 0 111 ,,n or
mber. 1955.
fu '"ken ..- confessed
"'" of o lofenr,
J'KATHRRMAM,
,.;.....*
D put) trier*.
1 ;>'Y HIVRN -.,,.
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LEGAL NOTICE
+Jm>ixtin*-*ti~r,
Page 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
thr underauned, rleatrln* to ^iik.,k, in
bualnea under the fictitious name ,,f
HELEN BAR, at I.....i 5tb Ktreel
Miami Heiu-h, Intenns to r(-|fist--i said
name with the <"lerk of the I'lrcult
Court of l>nde I'nunlv, 11m iila
io/u.7i'.'i,Ji1,,,,;"KKX- s""-'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN thai
the undenurned, .i.-airinit to eneaa-e In
huslixs i,i,de, the flctltloua liaiii. r.f
NAN \\ 11.1.1 AM. at IM7 lt.,v |
Miami iteiich. intends |o reclater mid
name with the Clerk ,.f u,, circuli
I !oUM of MUM "omit,. Ploi Ida
NAN K' IV RN
10/11-51*1 11 |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 183935
MVItNA KAUFMAN BERNSTEIN,
Plaintiff,
HARRY KAUFMAN and
ELIZABETH KAl'KMAN, Defendants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY KAl'KMAN and
ELIZABETH KAUFMAN
614 Mh Street
Ftolrmont, West Virginia
TOU ARE. HEREBY NOTIFIED
that MYI'.N.T KAUFMAN HKRN-
8TEIN, a Plaintiff, has filed Com-
plain! in the Above Court t-> foreclose
a MortKane against the following real
property, lying and being altuata in
Dadei County. Florida, to-wlt:
Lota 1. 2. and 3. In HI,,, k 3 of
TROPICAL ACRES, according to
the I Mat thereof, recorded In Plat
Hook 43 at Paa> 32 of the 1 -iil.li.
Record* of I>a together with the improvements
thereon.
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or other pleading upon
Plaintiff's Attorney. MII,T(N A.
FRIEDMAN. 1023 Reynold Building.
Miami, Florida, and to file the original
of said Answer or other pleading In
the office of th* Clerk of the above
Cpurt, on or before the 14th da) of
November, i9r>.v ir you fall t-, to
so, judgment by default win be taken
against you for the teller requested
In the Con,plaint
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of October,
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark Circuit Court
By I. BNEEDEN,
(Circuit Court s-.ii. Deputy Clerk
10 14-21-28 lit______________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51856
Noil.-e Is hereb) given thai BEN
BOSK IN, holder as assignee of City
,.f Miami Tax Bale Certificate Num-
bered 1SS2, dated the Is) da) of June.
A D, IfSJ, has filed Raid Certificate
In my office, and ban made applica-
tion for tax deed to Issue thereon In
dance with lav. said Certificate
embraces the following described
piop.-rtv, situated In Dade County,
Floi ol.i. to wit
l,ot fi. Block IS, Subdivision of the
1 >al.- Mill) i Ti ai i Addition Num-
ber One, Plat Book I, Page 7". In
the city of Miami County or
Dade, siate .,r Florida
The assessment of said property
uml.-r the Cei 'ii Ii ate Issued was In
the name >r UNKNOWN Unless said
Certificate shall be redi emed i.....rd-
Ing to law, tax deed "ill laaUO thel.....I
on the th dav .-f November, A.D.
Dated this ith day of Oi tober A i1
K. 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
i lade Count) Floi Id i
Bv N. C 8TERRETT.
(Circuit Court s-ai> Daput) Clerk
10'7-14-2l-28^- IP/4____________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
PlM 51912
Notice Is hereby irlven thai MAX R.
RILVBR, Ttu.-tee. holder as assignee
or City of Miami Tax Bale Certlflcatt
Numbered fit, dated the 1st day or
June. AD. 19...1. has riled said Certifi-
cate iii my office, and has made ap-
plication for tax deed to Issue thereon
In accordance with law, Bald Certifi-
cate embraces the following -i- scribed
Property, situated In Dade County,
lortda, to-wlt:
Lot CS, Blk 4. C.ar.leii City, Plat
Book "., Page 73. In the City Of
Miami, County of Dade, State ol
Plorida.
The assessment or said property un-
der the Certificate Issued was In the
name <,r UNKNOWN. Unless said
Certificate shall i- redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue ihei.on
on the th da\ of November, A.D
I Ml
Dated
19.-,;.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thf
^fdrVaUdDe'^
'. \\ :'i i'"v"'.'';i.l!"":i*''"' B, k"""
l<;H.\ cap.pita and
Mi:.- ,i.,N CARFITA, Ml Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLIc'aVIo'n"'"
SUIT FOR MORTGAGE
c, ,,v FORECLOSURE
I" JOHN CICCARIBLLO, also
Known .,- JOHN illl> AP.KI.U
and ANGELA cic, apiki.i.i,
knortii :,v ANOKLA chic
ARELLI, hi. wife, Centra
Avenue, Ontario, Callfornlt.
I. JOHN CICCARIKLIXI also
aimSiV ',""N '"HICARKLL
a v.m.Ki.a CH1CARELLI, his wife,
i thai a Complain!
I". '' ot Mortgage on the
'""owing described property, situate,
>.",d being In Dade County, I
k"T?. -1 < PARADISE
' ai.k. according to the p
n":' rded in Plat Book IS
page :,;, of ti- pi.i u......rds
of Dade ( ounty, Floi Ida
has been riled against you -n,i >,,,, ;,,.,.
i >i in. ,| t,. set i>e i op) ot your ,\n-
swei or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff a Attorney,
'>RGE CHERTKOF. 807 CMympla
Building, Miami ;j, Florida, and rile
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office ..r ti. clerk of the Circuit
court pn or before the imh dav .,f
November, IvSS. n you rail to do no,
Judgment by default win i. taken
against you for the relief d-manded
in the inn ,,r Complaini
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week!
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE an,l ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lMh da> of October, A 11

K. B I.KATIIKKMAN.
Clerk, circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
B> : WM. W. STOCK INC.
(Circuit court s.aii Deputy Clerk
GEORGECHERTKOF
Attorne) f-,r Plaintiff
6OT-I10 i ilympla Building
Miami 32, Florida
M 21-28 ll 4-11
this 4th day Of October. A.D.
| l! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk or Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florldu
By N c. STERRETT,
(Circuit Court Sealt DoPUt) Crk
10 ,14-21-28 11/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t-- engage >
huslnes under the rictltious name of
ALTON class MIRROR, at Hit
Alton Road, intends 10 register said
nan,.- with the Clerk of Hi-- Circuit
Court >>r Dade ''"i""1 Flo
JACi.n RTEIGER, Sol*- Owner
IO/14-2I-2H 11/4____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring !> eni
huslnes under (he fictitious name of
THE GIFT B m: i|1"' u'
nue. Miami Beach. Florida, nt-ii-
said name with the < lei -
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
1 "" MAURICE MALMUTH
KoVNKIt MANNHKIMER
l f.,i The (Jlfl
IO/7-14-I1-2X ^_^____________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996
LUCILLE KALPHAT, Plaintiff.
\ i
HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
l lefendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
M Old Hope Road, Llguanea,
Jamaica, BRITISH WEST
INDIES
You tald HENRY MICHAEL
KALPHAT, are hereb) notified that
a Bill "f Complaint for Dlvi r baa
i, n filed agalnai you, and you are
... i cop) ol youi An-
*..... Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plain) on the plaintiffs Attorney,
PHILLIP 0 ENOELHERG, 304 Roper
Bldg 20 s K Si -i Vvi nue, Mlai
II Ida CS \ and file the original
Answei or Pleading in the offlct ol
the clerk .,r the Circuit Court on or
before the lint da) of November, 1956,
to1 -I- ", judgment b) de-
fault "ill be taken agalnai you for
the relief demanded fii the BUI ol
i 'omplaint
i hli not Ice shall be published ones
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13th da) of October, A.D.
i: p. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Bv I, SNEEDEN,
M curt Seal) Deputy Clerk
PHILLIP c BNGELBERO,
Attorney for Plaintiff
:;,n Roper Building, 20 B.E. Srd Ave .
Miami 82, Florida
in 21-28 il 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY '.ivl.S Hot
the uitd. rslgned, desiring I ngagi in
huslnes iind.i the fn icon- name <>'
TRU-TONK KK< 'ORDlNtl Si I l'1"
.No, In, ,, t It 14 K.s Rth
Intend to register *,",,'.
Clerk of Do Cl ait Co ,i t ol Pole
Count), Floods. .....-M
i.aim:\ M FINN
HENRY STONE
MAX P ENGEL
Attorney forTru-T
rdlng Studio
,4-21-28
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183990
HERBERT F HEWITT, Plaintiff.
vs.
SUE IIKWITT. Delendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO BUK IIKWITT
Klmberl) Hotel
74th street ,t Broadway
New York M, New York
v.,,, gre hereby notified that a nin
,,r Complaint for Divorce has been
i.....i against you. and you are re-
quired to serve .....y "'.>"'"' A"
aver or Pleading to the Bill < I -""-
,,,,, the Plaintiff's Attorney,
GKOROE A. OBRIEN. W, .<*m
Building. Miami. Florida, and ilta Uje
original Answei or Pleading In the
Sric. or the Clerk oi the Circuit
,-,,,, on or bef..... the i th da) ol
November, lSt. If you fail t" so,
mdVii-n. l-v default will be taken
iUaTnil vou foi the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notoe shall be publlah. I
,.-,, h week for tour consecjJtlve "
, TIIK JEWISH F1RH)IAN
,nDONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ki'.rri., thM i.'.th.i.o ofOctSbar. ah.
ii LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Cl "'
i,.,,i,. County, i'i"
B) L BNEEDEN.
ill court Seal* Deput) Clerk
GKOROE \ l'',|:ll.,x
SSSfi hi..... ''-"'
1-, 21-28 ll 1-11 .
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UND|lTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,"','., k of '' COUII Ol Pad,.
'""'"> "ROSEMARY I' SEWTON
cl'UTlss B NEWTON
i,,UVs1i\ LKVKNSON & PERKY
iilnevs'for Rosemsr) Olft M
ling, Miami
11 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
ui,'i!''','-";"-'1- 'l-siring to engage in
busiiMs under the fictitious name of
A C EQUIPMENT BALES, at |08
N.W. I7th Avenue, intend to legist, r
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
PATRICK ANTONEU.I
m.v ^ WILLIAM CESAR
MAX P. RNGEL
Attornef for A C Riiuipment Sales
,|4 Bfscayne Building
28 ll l-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
puslnes imii.i th,- rictltious name of
IM Ni'AN MOTORS COMPANY i not
o" ai 1180 \ W lth Street, M
norlda, inti nd to register said name
with the Clerk --f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HARRY ROROSKY
ELRY ST,,NKl:',;l:XK "
Attorn*) foi i "in, .in Motors
I oi i i
I" tl-28 H 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnes undei the fictitious name of
FLORIDA SALES CO., at 132 N K
rvth sti.-ei, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cln ull
Court ot Dade County, Florida
William KROLAND
LARRY SCIll.oSRKRi;
10/21-18 ii i-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnes under the flctltloua name of
VII, LACK TAVERN, ai IM] N.W
17th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
<-r the Circuit Court <>r Dade Count,.
Florida,
GEORGE P. MUNDY
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2520 West Flagler-St., Miami. Florid*
10/21-38 11/4-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign.-,i, desiring to engage In
buslnes undei the fictitious name ol
KIRK JEWELERS, at 2< N.K. 1st
Ave., Miami, l-'la intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Hade Colllltv. Kloiiila.
KIRK JEWELERS, INC.
BHAPIRi i A I RIED, Attorneys
Attorn-,- for Applicant
4L'n Lincoln Road
in 21-28 11/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A
in Re: ESTATE I IF
sara JAMRi'/.. i>,, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims oi Demands Against S.iiil
l-Ntate:
You. and each of you, are hereb)
notified and required t > present any
. and demands which you, or
either of you, ma) have against the
estate of SARA JAMRI'/. di I
ir. o| I-ad.- County, Florida, i < the
Hon W. I- BLANTON and FRANK
DOWLlNO, County Judges of Bade
County, and file the M..... I I till
in the County Courthouse in Dadl
County, Florida, within elghl calendar
months from the date of the flrsl
publication hereof Sai-l claims or de-
mands to contain th.- legal address of
the claimant and to sworn t,, ana
Iented as aforesaid, or same win
ie barred. Bee Section 124, of the Ittl
Probate Aci
Hat,- October ll. A.D 1853
FRANCIS .1 JAMROZ
As Administrator of the
Estate of
SARA .1 JAMROZ,
11, c eased,
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Admlnlatrator
101 olvmpia Building. Miami SI, Fla
in 21 -SI n l-il
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring n- engage In
business under the fictitious nan
CLIP SEVENTY i7U). at 64174 Collins
intends to register said name
With the Clerk of Had.- Count.,, Florida.
KAY \VKIN COR!'
MONRiiK DIX'ON
Wtorm y for Applied,-
I7'.i. CoiaPIAuy 'il-S
10/28 ll t-ll-ls
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,- undersigned, desiring t>, engage In
business under the rictltlona nan
CLUB I (FTEEN (15), at I 131 Collins
Avi Intends t- register nald i
with the Clerk of the circuit Court -.'
I >ade '--nit). Florida.
KAYBM CORP.
MONROE DIXON
Attorni., r- r Applicant
I T:-n 'oral Wa)
10/28 ll 1-11
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32725-B
RE: ESTATE Of
HARRY M. ROSENTHAL, I >-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that i have
filed m) final report and petit:- n for
Final Dlscharsje as Administratrix --:
the --tat.- ot HARRY M ROSEN-
THAL, deceased; and thai "il the
2->th day of November, i!:,.",. I will
appl) to the Honorable i rank B
DOWLING, County Judge i.t Dade
County, Florida, for approval of aaid
final report and for final discharge
as Administratrix of the Estate of
HARRY M. R08ENTHAL, deceased
This 2tth day of October, 1955.
rith c McDonald
PALLOTT, SILVER MULLOY
Attorneyi for Administratrix
701 Congress i;ldg Miami, i-"i i
1" 28 ll/4-ll-li
A fire demolishes
your home
Does your insurance cov
r the rental expenses
incurred while your
home is being rebuilt?
For nSe answer to mis, or
any other insurant* oisssriosj
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH HUTNER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
Von, and ..oh of you are hereb)
notified and reunited to present an)
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPH HUTNER, deceai
ad late ,,r Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges .,r Bad.
County, and rile the same In their
Offices In the County Courthouse in
Had. Countv Florida, within eighi
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
oi demands to contain the legal-ad-
dress of the claimant and to he svvcin
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barred. S.-,- BeCtlOn T::i', ot
the IMS Probate Act.
I iate i vtohei i r. A l > 1453.
HERBERT II HUTNER
MILTON HUTNER ,
BERNARD HUTNER
SYLVIA MEHLER
I Bsecutol s of Hi. Las; Will
and Testament ot
JOSEPH HUTNER, Deci
HERRERT ll HUTNER
Miami Be.ic h. Fla
Alt--; ne, for Bernard Hutner
108 Olympia Bldg.. Miami
II 4-11
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GLOBAL SHORTS
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
THE HAGUE (WNS) Professor T C. Vriezen, of the Dutch State
University at Groningen. this week counselled curtailment of Dutch
missionary activities in Israel Addressing a meeting of Dutch church-
men here. Professor Vriezen asserted that "a good service could be
rendered to the State Of Israel by sending fewer missionaries to the
Holy Land."
Monticello Park Forms Parents Leag
( ongregation 'ems facing Jewish education
"We also aim to bring parents
and children closer together
through the school and to give our ft/
teachers an opportunity to learn ; VIIICOJO Clofc fo
Monticello Park
this week announced the formation
of a Parents league Association in
conjunction with the congrega-
tion's religious school.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer Wednesday (aSbut the individual pupils back
explained that the function of the ground." he said
newiy tormed group will be to give j Actively participating in the
parents an opportunity to become work f th* organisation are Mrs
familiar with the school, its staff, j D. AbramowiU, chairman; Mrs. I
policies, curriculum and the prob-' Steinberg. Mrs N. Ostrov. M.
Ie Group
1 ,ms. S nJ
=wiA!3tt
PARIS iWNS>A communique reiterating denial that France sold
any of its new Mystere jet fighters to Israel was Issued hereby the
Foreign Ministry Declaring that the Ministry feels it necessar) to
reaffirm in most categoric fashion that no airplane of the type known
- Mystere has ever been delivered by France to Israel.'' the cum
munique noted that -there is. therefore, no question that any such
plane could actually be Ln service in the Israel Air Force
." the CavalierrS
| Souci hotel.
Speaker win ^ ^ .
1 die.
LONDON (JTA) The French Moroccan struggle for national
autonomj has aggravated the position ol the Jews in Morocco, accord
i,, a rep ented to the Board of Deputies ol British lews
Sorre o| the Moroccan Jews, "more advanced economical!;, and SO)
j are "assumed" to be siding with Prance, while "lar | groups ol
li ws support the nationalist movement, but the net result la that Jews
often suiter attacks "for allegedly supporting one sid.....' the other,
: their position has become gravely unsettled." the report stab
geneva (JTA) Israel exported 4.700.000 Swiss franci worth ol
ds to Switzerland durinf the first seven months of this year, it was
announced here, In addition, Israel repaid 29.000.000 Bwta francs in
credil The Swiss exported 15.000,000 franc wort!-, ol goods to Israel
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
waterbury, Conn., (JTA Cooperating with the Waterbury
Chamber of Commerce, the Jewish Federation has assumed responsi-
bilitj for carrying out part of the much-needed survej ol the extent ol
ies from the recent floods suffered by business firms In the area, it
announced lure Federation siati members are conducting the
i j amoi Jew ish companies
UNITED nations (JTA) V V Kuznetsov, Firs! Deput]
Minister ol the S I head ol the Soviet delegation to the
ted Nations General Assembly, told s press conferem
5 /let Government views the sale ol arms by Czechoslovakia to
it a .i "purelj commercial arran emenl between two sovereign
intries Vsked ab< I M cow's readiness or willingness to join the
in a four power guai
the Mid I Kuznel lid thai Russia's o n to the
i is well kn<
Santiago, Chile WNS) A r it which threatened to undermine
Zionist I nietit in Chile Came to an end this week when ; .
was reached among the various parties in the Zionist Federation
ihe composition ol an executive Under the agreement, the result of
1 and len (th) negotiations, th i ive is to consist ol all Zioni t
ips, iron; Herul to Mapam Leon Gomberoff, Labor Zionist,
i i denl oi the execul
Washington (WNS) Provision by the is oi Jet planes and
- to Israel to offset the arm- Egypt i~ to receive from the Coirnnu-
I bloc ol countries was urged this week on the Administration by 1">
Representatives from New York The Congressmen also urged thai the
is embark al once on establishing i security pact with Israel "guar
eing the integrity of her borders and that of her Aral) neighbors
The question ol the Ilou oi Communist munitions into the Ml Idle Fast
reported to have been given serious consideration at ;, meetin
iational Security Council.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
REHOVOTH WNS Ol the total number of 585 agricultural settle-
U in bra is disclosed here at the eighth agricultural convention bj \
Harzfeld, famed as one oi the "fathers" oi Israel's settlement movement
Reports submitted to the parley thewed tint Israel's form population
had more than doubled in the period of statehood, Jumping from 57.07)0
to 155.O00. and that agricultural output increased bj l ent in the
ptist six yean
Jerusalem (JTA) Formal presentation ol Premierdesignatc
David Ben Gurion's four party coalition Cabinet to Parliament did not
take place as scheduled, but will be postponed pending the recover)
it Mr. Ben Gurion who became ill last week This wu announced here
by President Itzhak Ben Zvi when he was asked by newsmen whether
the new Mapai-Mapam-Achdut A-vodah-l'rogressive government would
be presented for a vote of confidence when the Knesset resumed its
-ession Friday with a debate on foreign polio
TEL AVIV (JTA)Professor Jacques Faitlowitch. famous explorer
who was the first to establish contact between world Jewry and the
Falashas." the Jews of Ethiopia, died here last week at the age <>I 74
Dr. Faitlowitch conducted four exploratory expeditions among the
Falashas between 1904 and 1913, gaining the confidence of the dark-
skinned Jews who had been cut off from Jewry lor thousands of \< an
and thought themselves the only remaining Jews in the world
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (WNS)Official tabulation of the results of the recent
municipal elections here confirmed the election of Jo eph Salniona.
prominent Jewish leader, to the Istanbul City Council. The only Jew-
on the Council, Mr. Salmona is secretary general of the Laj Council
of the Turkish Rabbinate Istanbul has an estimated Jewish population
of 46,000
TUNIS (WNS)A sharp resolution of protest against the inclusion
of a Jew. Albert Bessis, in the new Tunisian Cabinet was submitted this
week to the Bey of Tunis by the Moslem religious tribunal A communal
leader. Mr. Bessis is the only Jew in the new all Tunisian Government
CASABLANCA (JTA)A. L. Easterman. political director of the
World Jewish Congress, has arrived here with Dr. G. M. Wagner and
If. Caplan for what was termed an 'information visit They will meet
with French and Moroccan leaders.

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Page 8 B +Je*isHhridtori Norman K. Levine Open House Fetes Jack Blumenfeld Jack Rosa Blumenieid, son <>f Mr and Mrs Sidney HiumcnfHtl. 6261 s\\ ch si will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Ocl 28 at the • oral Gables Jewi-ii I i Rabbi Morris Skop will officiate, wnil Cantor Irving R ibinson renthe musical portion ol the '• : i ice Jack ian 8th grade si Kinloch l'. rk Junii r High School re he is drummei in the re Hi Jack I the re school i I sever yea v it, III Jack's I ven bj ini 28. On Sat h will bi r the • house d in his i for re %  I H n guests i i i d i" attend are Mrs Hyman Blumenfeld, Jack and aunts and uncle Mr and Mrs h Kellman, Mr and MrKaplan. Mrs Mann) Mandel, Mrs Anno Hirschenbein and Mr and Mrs Harrj Tuchten, all of Chit Wk Norman Levine £ar Mitzvah at Saturday Service N nman Robert, son oi Mr and Mrs MornII. Levine, 480 S\\ lllh ave will become Bar Mifcrvah Sal urday morning, Ocl 29 al the Ml ami Hebrew School and i tmn Norman haattended religious .school for "\er three \earMe will addre— the congregation and con duct the Mu—ut -r\h e Rabbi Si men April will officiate A reception In his honor will be held following the sen il The Bar Mitxvah attends Ada Merritt Junior High School where he il active in sports and has re ceived his school letter and -tar His sister Flora, relatives and friends will attend The Bar Mit/vah grandparents are Mr and Mrlack Levine and Mrs Cells, i-editor, all ol Nee York Mr. Levine Imanaging director of Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Frido COMINCToiJ^ OWli*,, b togli| *0ei KaiKiu Jack Blumtnltld First Bar Mitzvah At B'nai Sholom Normal son ol Mr and Mr Harrj Woldofl 18300 NV 28th ; Saturdaj morning services, Ocl 28, oi Temple B'nai Sholom. 2701 N\V 183rd -t ()pa locks Norman attendHialeah Junior High School He iI boy -coin and studies musk. He will be the fir-t Bar Mitzvah at B'nai Sholom Kiddush to Honor Martin Baron Martin Baron will become Bar Mit/\.ih daring Saturda) morning services, Ocl 29. ol Both David Synagogue Rabbi Yaako\ Rosen berg will officiate Martin is the HM ol Mr and Mrs Louis Baron Grandparents are Mr and Mrs ,i Spector An eighth grade -indent at Shenandoah Junior High School, he has been attending Both David religious school for the past -ix years Stuart M. Fishman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fishman. 9760 Bay Harbor ter.. Miami Beach. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 29, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Stuart, a student at Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. 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lOctober 28. 1955 Zje*tehrk>ridlk*ri Uout vJfour <^pecial Page 3B 'ual and attractive ( IU i, nit of the Kik with K( tchup contest ,jbv I! .1 Heinz Company. jRice. a Near Eastern type |cal1 for roil or green cabled with a tlavorftll com |of rice ; diced livr ed walnutand dried curI ketchup is used as t. In addition it adds a welhicine-s to the dish. There ant taste and texture conDolma Rice [finely chopped walnuts 'roblem it Tetley Tea t rogressee, the iiscope Ne sciences n which several decades IK unheard of. One of bv: sciences is called "gericoncerns Itself with 5. That i-. this science is | of tging humans. ijtin;a very imporestion as people live longer pv did 1CM) (.r even 50 years *n-utakertell us that the an population is now liv_ thai in 10 or 20' hey wil] live even longer. It store important to know hod) when you in order to be able to be field there is no problem t That iin the field productFor instance— I .i has been on encan market for over 100 1 il gets, the itreputation among n. The se< re| of its popu* actually no • -ret. It is its •its flavor. p Tea i$ kosh : and you can [in an groci r\ .tores. Buy it Woy it everyday. 3 tablespoons shortenin,* % lb. liver, diced 1 cup water •" %  j teaspoon salt 1 • cup rice l 2 cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup '< cup dried currants 4 cabbage leaves Saute' walnuts in shortening until lightly browned; remove nuts from skillet; saute' liver in same skillet until lightly browned. Meanwhile combine water, salt and rice in upper part of double boiler; bring to boil; simmer 2 minutes over direct heat. Stir in ketchup, currants, walnuts and liver. Cover;. cook mixture, stirring occasionally.' over boiling water 40 minuteoi until rice is tender. Serve hot in' cabbage leaves, cooked just until tender. Makes 4 servings. The second rice dish, a '"milchig" recipe, combines a pound of sau'"' '' 1 mushrooms preferably llr n and 2 cups cooked rice oned with minced onion, pap. nka and -alt n\ called^shroom Rice King and .is served with a crimson, creamy fruit and-spice flavored sauce called Busy Day Ketchup Sauce (also milchig). Busy Day" because itpreparation time i :,. Mushroom Rice Ring with Busy Dy Ketchup Sauce 2 I ibl< 'iorti n ing .-.inflour '•-• cup light cream •i cup Heinz Tomato Ke iup i %  teaspoons Mem/ Worcestershire s from heat. Blend In Hour. Gradually add cream, stirring constantly. Cook until thickened Remove from he il Gradually stir in ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. Heat well, stirring constantly. If desired, blend in additional cream. Keen hot in pan over hot water while preparing Mushroom Rice Rio • Makes 1 i cupMushroom Rice Ring: [ Zamora Center Sisterhood Plans Function Sunday Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish tee consists of Mrs. Irving Davidow Center is planning a "welcome and Mrs. Bernard Miller. A vaudeback" smorgasboard Sunday evev '" e s^how named "Guys and Dolls" ning. Oct. 30. at the Center. is in rehearsal. Mrs. Nathan Davidn-.v and David Kirel are co-thairma'n. Their fommittc.i nrf Mi Han-, Pisttmari, Birrs. ChipT)iamond\ Mur ray Shulman, Ruby Shear. I. J. Kussner. ROM Garten. Irving Klein. Leon Honig, Al Zinner, M. D. Pearlman, Samuel Silverman and Irving Davidow. Director of entt. tainment is lira Jerome Lieberman. Her commitProceeds for Religious School Q Moetbly?luickebn of JbMSisterhood i l Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will take place in the social hall Wednesday noon, Nov. 2. Mrs. George Goldberg is chairman and will be assisted by the Mesdames Mollie Harrison, Dave Kleber, Peter Duc-hon and Ben Sokoloff. ^PRODUCTS 2 tablespoons minced onion 2 tablespoons vegetable shortening I 1 pound mushrooms, finely chopped 1 1 cup water 1 cup cooked rice i' %  teaspooni salt 1 1 teaspoon paprika Saute' onion in shortening; then add mushrooms and cook over medium heat for 2 or 3 minutes. Add water, cook until liquid is absorbed. Add rice, salt and paprika. Heat thoroughly. Pack into greased 7-inch ring mold. (Or use a 1-qt. mold or casserole). Invert ring onto platter. Serve with Busy Day Ketchup Sauce. Makes ti servings. Rice, remember, is a plentiful and inexpensive food. There's a new harvest ready for market just about now so stock up with your share and use it often in your menu planning. ffUNE -Bed BUTTER MARGARINE r&s n Party Sunday leal Chapter will hold a Hal'In> at the Edward hotel k Oct. 30. Bob fwrwill bo in l Marge of enPSBBt. 14 N.E. 24th St.-Miami 37. Fla. Pbon. 3-68S6 fcxciringly Different Taste! ^'^BAMWttWSjp ELlAS! Siiganne r\i \r' ASK FOR IT BUY IT CHICAGO'S No. 1 PRODUCTS Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats U.S. Government Inspected Est. No. 1 IXCIUSIVI DISTRIBUTORS Of Till SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO.. INC. 855 BISCAYNE ST., MIAMI BEACH PHONES: J.S3 PAT DEAR!



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October 28. 1955 *teUtrkri*^>uis*r. Iterrh, xiood( i niitame^ man-^.sadore FIe|Lt. .Samuel KJcPage 3 A %  i i (of ltd N' n Hi rjel N. D chairman r w ; t h Friedland and Jaf firman ol the heater ji Swirsky |es Exam Honors Union for Jewish Educanounccl Wednesday that fcnaryahu Swirsky, spirider of Beth El Congregafpisted the Jerusalem ext n cum Jaude. Meyers. Stanley c. Myers. Max Orovitz. David Phillips, Dan B. Ruskln and Carl Weinkle. "The acceptance by these community leaden ol positions on the committee indicates how thrilled all of South Florida is about th.. historic visit.'" Friedland said. The local chapter of the Guardians of Israel, those individuals who have purchased a minimum of T .„ %  ($1,000 in Israel Bonds in 1955, is lOP nOnOrb sponsoring the Dinner of State. Plans for a formal reception for the Prime Minister, to be held by the Trustees of Israel, arc being formulated, Sher said. Leaders of the dinner committee also were scheduled to meet this week with Lt. Col. Dina Werlh. |jerusaicm examination is visiting Israeli Army official, to nnnaliy to encourage the ( p i an f or t h e first visit to the South THE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION MEN'S CLUB and JUNIOR SISTERHOOD cordially invites the public to the lint MEMBERSHIP TEA PARTY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 8 P.M. of the MARSEIUES HOTEL %  17th Street and Collins Avenue RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Noted Scholar and Author Will Presenf His first lecture of a Series of five lectures and Debates on MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE IN TORAH LAW The Public is Cordially Invited SOCIAL HOUR and REFRESHMENTS Musical Program by Cantor Mamches Harvey Tendler, Men's Club Sophie Englander, Junior Sisterhood Mai Englander, Moderator Jacob Sher Hebrew and to stimulate Ficholarsh p outside of Iscally. "' Jerusalem exninistered through Bail of Jewi-h Kducation of [Miami. hrsky received his doctor[.(,,. i of Chicago Rabbinical degree at the Biological College in He is known locally as a lie and Hebrew scholar and ?>ent working on a book on (life soon to be published. of an Israel Prime Minister. "This dinner will represent the major effort of Greater Miami to its share of the $35,000,000 in new Israel Bond sales between now and the end of ,1955." Sher said. Monticello Park Men Plan Breakfast Meeting Dedication services for two new Torahs will be held at Congregation Monticello Park on Nov. 6. The Scrolls will be dedicated to the junior congregation. Rabbi Isaac Lerer. spiritual leader, will be in charge of the program, with N. Ostrov assisting. Men's Club of the congregation will hold a breakfast meeting on Nov. 6, according to an announcement by Arthur Snyder. acting chairman. Acting secretary is Arthur resent. Reception at North Dade; Reception and card party is j scheduled at North Dade Jewish Center Saturday evening, Oct. 29. Rabbi Henry Okolica. spiritual leader, said all new members of the congregation will be honored Principal speaker will be Norman Bean, of Miami, authority on flying saucers. Maehutin on the Mareh ? suggest the GOLF PARK HOTEL Heart of Mini? Belt WASHINGTON AVENUE %  t 19th STREET • Pool • Apts. • Parking • Sun Deck •itioii Wanted |w, eje 45, morried, one Khanicolly inclined, restaufiMce, some selling — suaer"*ity. Best local references. |wer Teckle Co. "'* %  K AVE.. MIAMI %  ** N E tOtti AVE. FT LAUDCRALI 0litv WercSandisc at I "ernes lj,,est prices fcSHING TACKLE BttiW. 0 ^'PMENT RHH!? AL AP ^'ANCES W *•/ %  COASf-TO-COAST" TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE announces The Ooening ot txtte Friday Evening Serriees FOR THE 1955-56 SEASON This Friday Evening, October 28th, 1955 at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Will Officiate Cantor Philip Brummer Will Chant assisted by the Temple Choir SUn ncttTtcctia o the opening of our new branch office and quarters in Miami Beach, Florida located at 1610 Washington Avenue (Mercantile National Bank Building) MR. JACK TOPPELL, MANAGER • Members of: New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, New York Cotton Exchange, A etc Orleans Cotton Exchange, Memphis Cotton Exchange, Liverpool Cotter Associates Ltd.J.Kaoc.) Chicago Board of Trade, Commodity Exchange, Inc. COMPLETE A.ND MODERN FACILITIES BRUNS, NORDEMAN & CO. ES7AU1SIED IMS 52 WALL STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. BOwling Green 9-0900 321 Broadway Ntw York, N. T. DIgby WMWO MM Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Flu. JEtferson 1-S761 STOP WISHING.. START HAVING! "SAVl-BYHAAIL" Save at ponor Thy father" I enumtni than J • rle hi! hc- d h i itioni the < ''y h. served < ,'***> h com J [' e f memorial,! P***ed away. J 4 4 4 4 4 PH tmtm TH R M 0 N D MONUMENT CO. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITW iOktractCo25 YEARS OF YIYLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Usaronce Pe>llci of Kaaaas City Title Insurance Ce. Cmmitml, S.ra/.s *tstrvei ixc.4 vfioom 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 Dade Federal ^ JOSEPH M UPTON, Prendenl^^ %  fl 7U 7t


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Page 2 B +Je*isi> ncrkUar f< enunine tain \^y <_stoynep oynefront What About Origin of the Eggplant? Here Are Some Recipes from Abroad By LEAH LEONARD Have von aver wondered about the country of origin of the gleam ing purple eggplant? n Is undoubtedly native to countries around the Dead Sea, for at one time ii was known as the "Dead Sea Apple Today it la one oi the principal vegetables in Israel. It la called "Chatilim" in Hebrew, and there is no difficulty popularizing this vegetable Sabraa (native borm u well as families from Russia, Poland, Rumania. Italy and other countries prepare it in man., (biter tut wayHere are BOOM of the most popular recipeEggplant with Sour Cream (Israel Recipei 1 large eggplant (1'Llbs, or more) 1 medium size onion, chopped fine : 3 tablespoons olive oil 'A tablespoons fine!) cul parslej l tablespoon flour 1 l cup VV.ltl [ teaspoon sail l cup -our i-r am Preah dill for garnish Remove -tern and purple akin from eggplant Cul into inch | cubes Brown chopped onion in hot oil. add minced parse!) then the eggplant cubeDv ouslv with Hour add water and sprinkle with salt Cover and cook over moderate heat 5 to 10 minutes or till the eggplant is tender hut not cooked apart Serve hot with sour cream topping and fresh dill for garnish Serves 4 r I >^r Three Musketeers For the Housewife: Ajax, Fab and Vel Most women have read or heard about the famous three musketeers, charactercreated by the well known French writer Alexan dre DumaThese three musketeers were linked together by the strongest bondol friendship In modern life, we can speak of e other musketeers There are three famous productof th. %  Palmolive firm Ajax, Vel Fab These three "muskedo not help each other, but all help the housewife who ipar bout cleanliness in her With the aid of the-e three wonderful productno housewife need any longer whether her kitchen is clean whether her dishes an -Inning bright whether her linenan With the use "i these products she e the fine-t results r many years, Colgate-Palmolive has !>een constantly impttn Is cleansing productin order ..ke house work easier, more efficient and more pleasant With Ajax, Vel and Fab Colgate-Palm olive has produced the very latest word in cleansing materialAll products are so mild for the hands that they are a pleasure to US Thev arc Ko-her and Parve and bear the seal of ka-hruth of the Union ol Orthodox Jewish ConItions Ol American look for the I on each pactafa Use Ajax for sinks, bathtuband tile wallUse Fab for beavj dutj washing And use Vel for d and light wash Eggplant a la Rust* Prepare as in recipe for l-rael Fggplant. adding vinegar or lemon juice and brown sugar to taste la soon as the cubeare tender Cook one minute longer and serve hot or cold Omit the sour cream topping when sen ing with meat mealGarnish with minced par-lev or fresh dill Add a dash of garlic powder for zip. Italian Stuffed Eggplant (ut eggplant longways, in! halveallowing one half of a medium aiae eggplant per serving Scoop out pulp, leaving about a quarter inch thick shell (hop the pulp and measure, adding to each | cup of chopped eggplant the following cup dry bread or cracker crumbs teaspoon salt Dash oi pepper Dash oi garlic powder 1 ta bl es po o n grated raw onion 'i cup -rated chedder type cheese ombine the mixture and fill prepare.! eggplant halves. Brush tops with olive oil melted butter / 1 Meredith Weiland extends her thanks to Albert L. Rosen, president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom. YOUTH LEADER GRATEFUL Compaq &?*& •FAMOUS IINCI lift then Compare TETLE! ••th uy other kpjgil Thanks Club for a Summer Well Spent Meredith Weiland this week extended her thanks to Albert I i for a month that she spent last summer at a National Federation of Temple Youth Camp in Oconomowoc. Wis Meredith la the daughter of Mrs. Jonas Weiland, 1145 97th K Miami Beach feamtHhatvT 1 fasti JKrtdfc, / ARE YOU fARBlUNJIll FREE' A recent confirmand at Temple Beth Sholom. she devoted her jTtSlSi'J^k month in Oconomowoc to a training course in leadership. Meredith "MM.**,), ,f TT-alu. I l S s u te"t-eaeher '" the Beth Sholom religious school, reported Wsfdi e. [*,,,„ „ %  .on her Nm camp activities at a meeting of the Men's Club. "FerMeajef" M MM W Rosen, president, received Merediths thanks in behalf of the ^isfeaspsesfia". Sn It organization, which sponsors the youth activities program of the f *''•"•" W*4. Snffl Temple I)r Meyer Eggnatz is youth activities chairman vrit, exartstiui, J %  Ml, ttt. Fun, Inrlli, for the wkalc faaaly. .— • ftfytvr Int tew, vrifel J. F. TUBIE RESNH CALVERT DISTILLERS 40S LEXINGTON AVE NEW YORK J7, NEW Hebrew Teachers Group Will Offer Lecture Series Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami will >egin a series Of lectures for Hebrew teachers of tins area, according to an an nouncement this week Thl will include discus lions ol Talmud, Hebrew litera ture. the Prophets and a work shop on methods „f teaching \n coursewill be conducted in He brew, the announcement said Data of the opening lecture will IK' announced s<>,>n or other shortening and dust with till skin is scorched on all sides paprika Sprinkle with additional' As soon as possible, lift eggplant grated cheese Bake in a 350 de from water and remove the skin gree pre heated oven for 30 mm Peel the pepper and then remove ""„:,;" ,igh,ly % % %  + -tern and seeds. Chop al. together' to a fine pulp, adding the onion if used, and the olive oil. Store in a covered dish in refrigerator till ready to serve as appetizer or salad. • Joint Costume Ball North Shore Club ol Miami h and Temple Israel this week announced their joint costume ball at the new Temple Israel building on Sunday evening. Qct 30 Patlajtli Viniti, Rumanian Style 1 ripe eggplant (l 1 .. lbs or larger) 1 large green bell pepper 1 onion, grated or finely chopped. optional 3 to 4 tablespoons (dive oil Salt added when serving • • • Broil the whole eggplant over moderate flame of gas stove or on j a pie plate over electric burner until tender on all sides Turn eggplant to prevent burning, using a fork or tongs Plunge broiled i eggplant into cold water while roasting the pepper against flame I Enjoy fresh cake whenever you please Home-baked with the greatest of ease! CAKE MIXES "DROMEDARY toy don't have to be •***#& "I WANT MY MILK" S' 1KB?? •Amtl ^ outbake any other method ...any other mix! 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Lber 28 J955_ Its Hosicny *JeUtn ri rir1^ Page 5 B Women Will loin Delegate at Hadassah Confab 5 jve tour "f the Stntof Florida nJ groups '<( !!;> %  !. 1 -:.lt U'ili'l-Mt on '<>. %  20 for Atlanta where thr s utrtern Zionist r<>ional youth meeting,' -22*24. r0 5 he will go ,,n to ( RWagO, where she i nl the region at the national board Kjch ** UvM prior to ,he na,ional Ha Ro she will be joiner! in Chicago by Mrs. Isoltz. secretary of the region, and other nf (he Greater Miami chapter headed by Sindrll. A large contingent of delegates Ida will meet at the Morrison hotel for a oard meeting prior to the opening of the invention. They will return on Nov. 3. U lection of the United States, and from it point* as Alaska and Puerto Rico, more delegates, alternates and guests to the %  I convention of Hadassah. the Women's Janization of America, are this week pourhicago by air and rail to be on hand for g gssjon on Sunday afternoon. Oct. 30. [Hadassah convention, held against a grim of mounting tensions in the Middle [review the organization's vast medical, kith. Youth Aliyah, vocational education clamation program in Israel in the light idevelopments and will formulate Hadassah policies In bracl and in the Unit* Slates for the next twelve months. most in the mind! of Hadassah ^-legations 'V^ani^k^ac-rrJ 2 nul, I '' hMp1 r Ma,,oml fr !" 'ho East toWes, tod from the Gull rico to toe northernmost tip of Maine, are the impSoS. rt •uiesT' 1 '' H" S V 1 ,KK >P' PC1 -hub no, onlv pr, but a.;; o ?,v' chan8e { tanks ami •* f< <•><>" but also offers Russia a foothold in the Middle Cast The critical P ol,,ieal situation will be reviewed on Sunday with Abba S. Eban. Israel Ambassado to the I n.ted States, General Carlos P. R, imu |„ chairman of the Philippine Delegation to the United Nations and Rep. Brooks Hays, of Arkansas, a memNnt£ l-^^l 8 **^ Delegation to the United Nations, sharing the platform. Other speakers at the convention will include Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt; Bruce L. McOaniel. former direci i. J : Perations in Israel; Herman Wouk, celebrated American novelist; Dr. Kalman J. Mann director general of the Hadassah Medical Organization m Israel; Dr. Harry Eagle, leading American medical authority and chief of experimental therapeutics at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda. Md.; Mrs. Ogdcn Reid. of the New York Herald-Tribune; and Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, president of the City College of New York. Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago will extend his city's greetings to the delegates at the opening session. ind Mother-in-Law Help Make Home for Ideal Man ri Continued from Pag* 1 B mother Since mother lives with us. she ipany—our own friends in— OSes herself and goes into her room and w hen we go out for dinner— n;i!\ naturally, she comes along." Ihis unusual arrangement start? Well. schild was .i widow back in Akron, O., met and fell in love with Frances. "If mc you'll have to take my mother.'' said that impetuous, "oh. all right," Jean has lived 2b" happy years with the them in Miami. Like her daughter, who is currently president of Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Rothschild was active in Council 30 years ago, too. But unlike her efficient daughter who makes charming speeches extemporaneously, Mr.-. Rothschild labored two weeks over a one line report as chairman of her committee in Akron. She was M nervous that she finally gave up speech-making completely to save wear and tear on her family's nervi She now takes pleasure in playing canasta and just ben,.with lier family, which include a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rothschild, who came for this 75th birthday celebration from < lev eland. m\ V %  I, daughter of Mr. [Bernard Lamont. 1771 drcelebrated her teen birthday at a I at the Saxony ho'• Judy is a senior at Kh High School. Muscular Dystrophy Will Stage Campaign Mrs. James J. Dwyer, past president of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary, has been named campaign %  chairman for the 1955 Fire Fight ers March on Muscular Dystrophy. Gordon W. Gouwens, president of the Dade County Muscular Dystrophy chapt e r announced this week. Mrs. Dwyer, who lives with her husband and at 7250 SW 61st st., is currently recording secretary for the Dade County Federation of Women's j Clubs and has been a leader in | civic activities for the past seven I years. As in the past, the 1955 March on Muscular Dystrophy will be speai beaded by the firemen in both the municipalities and the county area. The March will be Staged Nov. 21 to 26 and will IM? a door-to-door solicitation. The fire fighters will have the cooperation of several women's clubs, a number of Jaycee organizations, the Odd Fellows and their auxiliary, the Rebekah and other civic groups. As general campaign chairman. Mrs. Dwyer will coordinate the aclivities-of the various participating groups. The entire county will be zoned into divisions with a leader, probably from the fire department in charge. Each division will be broken into districts with subleaders to be named by the firemen and Mrs. Dwyer. Mrs. Dwyer three children. W> ** DH y rra. >ponNpm *S* t\"ov M Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1 3595 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA s, JOHN BITTER, Conductor OPENING CONCERTS—OCTOBER 30 and 31 Jennie Tourel MEZZO SOPRANO Program V. SU MAY, OCT. 30 '^ % % %  l lw l i*!^ •WN0AV, OCT. 31 Shalt TItketi Berlioz Mozart Mozort Mozart Both Overture-Reman Carnival, Opui 9 Symphony in D major "Haffner" (KV385) ZeHiretti lasinabier, rm "Indomeneo" Scene Md Aria wHIl Plane Obliaete (KV 505) JENNIE TOUREL Aria, from the Overture i* D major In mommy of Albert PKW _._ Rimsky-Kersefceff Caanccia Isoennel, 0a 34 r r %  Scheheratad-Thrae Paoms I" Vak. and 0r.ho.tra %  • %  JENNIE TOCREL Univer.., y of M.a,.,, Siphon, Off.cc MOM** Mujn. 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Fage 2 A *Je*i&fkridiariRecord Delegation From Miami Area To Attend Council General Assembly; Local Leaders Slated to be Speakers A record deleg;. Communities throughout the United States! and Canada Thej are shaping tj program which will reflect the major concerns of the organized Jewish communities Problems to be acted upon at the Assembl) include the full range M oses T. Feuerstein. president ot Jewish community responsibilof the Union of Orthodox Jewish ities at home and broad Maior ses-i*, s.ons a. the Assembly will be on Congregations of America and the present status and future dl^ anada < announced this week rectioni of Jewish Federations and lhe appointment of Rabbi AbraWelfare Funds, overseas accomham B. Hecht to the position of plishments and current needs, apdirector of the Union's newly the major roles at the 24th General Assembly <>i the council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Nov. 10 to 13 a' the Conrad Hilton hi lei in Chicago. Stanley C. Myers, a paat pie-i dent of the CJFWF, will make the major presentation at the opening session on Thursday, Mov 10 Mj is president ol the Greater Mi Jewish Federation and a nationally known leader in Jewish affairs. Also representing the Miami will be Sam .1 lleunan, chair"I the 1955 Combined Jewish Appeal, who is presently touring Israel as a member of an extraordinary overseas stud) mission conducted by the United Jewish Ap-' peal. Heiman will be a principal speaker in the session on campaign fanning for 1956. Harold Thurman. praisal of the best campaign ex established synagogue rela(hairman of Federations commu-' P r,ence in 1955 aml planning for tions department. Rabbi Hecht nity planning committee, will par increased results in 1956. care of ^ spiritual leader of the Magen ticipate in the workshop on suburhe chronically .11. the retention of (David Community Center of established leadership and recruit H*M ~ UmM Uom* LIT? ment HOIIHV On nvrs *' w. .r. „.,. ,.„. ,.„ mifh o ro ^; n • &f C ANNON SHEETS ^BLANKETS Yf *PIU0W CASES BATH TOWELS *1* Dnve, Curtain, Bed Pads f^M Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.I. 9th Street p. Clwd UlmrUj-Opin Sunday "* ban communities Myers will open the Assembly with a keynote session entitled. re Community Organisations Keeping Pace With the Communities' Myers, a past president of the Council and chairman of its committee on community organiz at ion. will present a cross section n presentation of the MOWS of close Center the'rapill L he Sephardic Community in ment of new growth of suburban areas, develop ment of Federation trust funds. community synagogue relations and special problems of small clUv Community Council, will preside a.s A workshop on community svna chairman; Samuel Kubiner. former Brooklyn and vice president of the Rabbinical Alliance of America. gogue relations will concern cities with a Jewish population of more Rabbi Reports on Vaad Hakashruth Beth Jacob Concragation board Of directors Monda\ night heard is from Etabbi Tibor stern. to loo outstanding lay and profes "' %  '" ,IK)0 Louis Feinmark. preslsional leaders throughout the (,, '" "' U New Raven Jewish ml ry Dr Benjamin B Rosenberg, extK ltiv< director of Federation, will be discussion leader at the work i isiori on communit) sj ships Miami d li : ate in %  session dealing "Problems ol the Chronicall) tbc Kurman, president, Jew the Aged Maurice %  ti in, Home ex N utive din c I : %  • %  J id I Harold M Broad and Sam | and youth education and pointed to Ke>'well. Beth Jacobs increased member Julian Weinkle and Emanuel • sh| l ) a1 "' worship attendance The Mend a workshops tes hoard alto heard his report on the the subject "Building the ,{, ,n Jocob Vaad Hakashruth. Retaining the Old Ifanpow -The Vaad is presenU) suparvisThey will also discuss forma ing all wholesale kosher meat com-' tion Ol young executive groups ln panics Bn d the majorilv of localI %  immunities Attending gpe butcher-shops." Rabbi stern said of the social planning adding that "several hotels and res' groups will be MrLeo Ackerman, tauranta are expected to open their, presid, nt. Jewish family Service, season under the Vaad \ superviMbert (dmanor. executive dirersion." tor: Max C Gettinger, assistant diHahbi stem -.i ,. i. %  si 0 -——* >*S^?*s?c5g '' .. .„ 5htr Butchers Guild has inv.t'Herberl Sober will attend -e~ ed me to become the Guild's re sions concerning the regional pro ligious advisor" H said that his SanUv!, h M\ r ,,,,nCil a n< "," T'^T raM> for "* %  ""'"cation btanl. j Myers, national vice of all kashruth supen .son orean fldent of -he National Council i/at.o.is. adding that he was "<•" 01 Jewish Women, will participate operating with the Aguth Hora ,n ^eral .session, bom.n. the Rabbinical CouiS Fred K Shochet. publisher of i Greater Miami Jewish Federation lhe Jewish Flondian. will partici | and a rabbis of the area" to that — i end. president of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation, will act as (flaCUaaant; and Dr Rosenborg will serve as discussion leader. The annual Assembly dinner. Saturday, Nov. 12. will feature a major address on changing pat term In Jewish communal service Samuel A Goldsmith, executive director of the Chicago Ji Federation, will pre-, nt %  con prehensive analysis ol the changes in Jewish communal service the Congregation's new spiritual hroughl about by economic shifts, leader j expanding government welfare Rabbi Stern outlined hiDON'T THROW AWAY... Your Old Living Room Suite programs and advanced techniques program for adult "' mc(1,tal and social "re. BESIDE YOURSELF... tttfia ft* problem? Worl fast IHSMCTION "SM Twr CIstiiM MracNn tat (nil* OsVt Nearest TH" M.mb.r •( I'nol I'rltH ^ We'll Moke it Look lk,i • Itfit ... IstsKtinfc,, • eploce Webtb, • AM New Fill*, • lepo.r, Real,, ^ s^y. M-WHOLSTHJD ll([ ," SOFA AND CHAIR f u.yihM m Cash or Easy Twm Dutince No Object DALT0N DECOftAT 2*71 N.W. 7th $t. M All te-Ushefiteritf rTedi { 5 Tten MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL • %  AVlNm AND LOAN ASSOCIATION S. f. Fro?dman %  ai M. 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Page 6 A vjmisti ftarkHan PRAISES THIS AREA'S GROWTH Special ZOA Representative Arrives Here for Conferences The Greater Miami area has be-i come one oi the largest centers of Jewish riirmmiii.il life accordii Abram Salomon, special repreJ sentative of the Zionist Orj tton '!' America and International | communal worker who arrive I in Miami this w< A! one time only the It eitie> like N M YOT\ Cl Boston ami Philadelphia w ters ol Jewish communal and towns had to get along the best way they could ii the) wanted Ji %  ish :u-ti\ itii • Ti Z< i \ nd other national Ji lions, •'< wish c tivities reaches the suburbs and small communities. 1 :. tinarea has best known in our coin I its tropical climate but for Its %  charitable contributions to various philanthropic cau mon ia former Polish lawyer who was driven out ol his home bj Nazi storm trooperand eventually escaped to Australia, where he be Abrtn Salomon came active in Zionist affairs There he edited "The Zionist," the official organ ol the Zionist o: on in Australia In i!H7. Salo Rallying around James W. High, candidate for Miami City Commission in Gioup 2. are Herbert Diamond (far left). Mrs. Diamond and Ben Granoff. Rally was a beef barbecue held at 2901 SW 7th st. recently. About 250 persons attended. mon visited the !> splaced Pei camps in Germany aan Australian Jewish press correspondent, acted to the ollie I Commi for Gerroanj m Austria, in i!'t;. he alao m tint to Palestine as the official guest ol the Jewi CJ From until the die of II layed in Israel u in re he was the Dii %  the r K.M.K., Fun* e World Confetk rati wi • al Zionl is in Latin Amer n here he has ii 11 the oppor (unity to come Into contact with h communities in h •misphi This i> h first \isit to Miami %  nd Salomon said he would remain here until (let 30. contemn,; with ills local Jewish loaders re ing phase ol Jewish commuI nity life Shiver Seeks Commission Seat otis w Shiver is a candidate for Miami City Commission in Group 3. Shiver, who ownI supermarket here, was catapulted into the public eye with his recent stand on the Milk Commission. Morn hi Cairo. Ca he came to Miami at the age of three and attended Jackson High. He spent three MM!) with the infantry, serv | ing overseas in the Pacific The: ater. After World War II. lie was a j Federal meat and dairy inspector for a brief period, before resuming his business activity. In 1948. Shiver married the former Florence Schloicher The couple have two children. Steven Otis. (our. and Dale Wilxm. 22 months. 'II -L H h Wr^tfl B'nai B'rith Seeks 1,500 New Members In i lion of the 112th year of its founding, B'nal B'rith Its greatest concen • for an increase in hip in ithi the drive in the Smith ia George J TalianMiami Beach attorney, p ii B'rith Lodges in %  "t Florida and past presiI the Miami Beach Lod i B'nth. Tslianofl is also the nal Anti-Defamation League commissibner representing the Southern an A i ..I of l.soo new members Was s.t at an organizational mcetbeld at the Shelborne hotel Mondsj i attended bj presidents and membership chairmen oi all lodges in the Greater Miami area, as well as Ft Lauderdale and Hollywood. Talianoff announced that a victory dinner will be held at the Latin Quarters opening night of 22 Leo Steinman. regional vice president of the Florida state ration of B'nai B'rith Lodges, has accepted the position of COordinal Membership chairmen of the var working with Talian "it and Steinman are: Irving Schatzman, Miami Beach; Harry Schwartz Sholem; Gaorga | Berkley, North Shore; Sol Rappaport. (oral Gables; Stanley Wallman. Flamingo; and Martin Tucker. North Hade Zamora Institute Classes ***M /rvtee tefer Otis W. Ski*,, Zamora Jewish Center of Coral Gables has instituted an adult educational seminar Rabbi B Leon Hurwitl conducts classes on Tuesdays from 10 am to 230 p.m. Courshons Named to Posts Course is called The Philosophy! Arthur H Courshon has been of Jewish Living" and includes I clec,ed P^'-ident and Gib Cour"The Rituals of Religion" and "The shon Vlcc President of Gib-Sol EnTn-Uto !" Our „,„„„ J^;,^'"* """"" '" Late Friday Service Resume at Temple Resumption of late Friday eve ning services at Temple Emanu-El for the 12th eo>SOtutie year on Friday. Oct 28. it is announced by Rahhi Irving Lehrman. The initial service will be a spc cial memorial program dedicated to the Jewish War Veterans of America on the occasion of their national convention here Guest preacher will be Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg, national chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans. who will speak on "A* Adventure in Democracy." Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the West Miami Jewish Center and Florida State Chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans, will also participate in the service. Rabbi Lehrman will officiate, and Cantor Philip Brummer will chant, assisted by the Temple choir under (he direction of Joseph Schreibman. A goal of 1.500 new members has been set by the group of B'nai B'rith leaders, who met last week at thj> Shelborne hotel to map plans for an annual membership drive Shown are Michael Sossin. president. Miami Beach Lodge; Leo Steinman. state regional vice president; Jack Wilson, treasurer North Shore; George Baltuch, financial secretary. North Shore; Harry Schwartz, vice president, Sholem; Joseph A. Rayvis, president, Sholem; Sidney Efronson, president. Coral Gables; Sol Rappaport. vice oresi dont Coral Gables; MiK^do^a, £ Ierome a G C ?^ *"* ^ZStanTpv r 2 nC P roaiden North Shore Stanley Cmdm. v.cs pres.dent. Sholem; Gft bert J. Balkin. president. Council of South Honda; BernardI Newmark. .,ato membership chairman; George J. Talianoff. general -STiSf ^ c ampaiqn council -/ Mrs. Manuel Burstein, Mrs. Sarah Czech a Press look over the invitation announcing the arrive]IhL er Miami of Lt. Col. Dina Werth. trainina Z£l "Chen." the Women's Army of Israel. EaKSSS er in the "Chen" movement of the women's division 3 local Israel Bond committee, and will job in thelnJ Col. Werth at the home of Mrs. Harry Koretzky Sundayf New Israeli Yi Will Arrive Ik Thursday. Nov. 3. :B other mile tune in load toward economic :ndejsj when the SS. Tapm, aj liter huut through L -. ties up at tsj Arthur Causeway TennintT bearing .supplies for two I ami firms. The 6.500-ton cargo vessd rying a crew of 40 and ti&[ for 12 passengers, ion itsi voyage from the Israeli Haifa to the Gulf of also will make (top in Housl Orleans nil The round trip i chaM ever) iwo months, Dan Ru>km, member oflh} ner committee for the I ett Dinner of State ^hedskd N 16, will act as host far a] tail party aboard the Thursday afternoon, fll calls will be made free' ( o f Israi: asking person] cone Guardian of I the function. Receiving n I crete ami gla- in Greats"! 'are the Acme Concrete 1 the Dennison Corp. Soil V„rk office "I Sotel Bon*j participates in the owe I the Palestine Portland Works, Neshu, Ltd. and I 'tine Glass Work PhceniiaJ arranged for the Miami of Israel products. The trade with !**• directly from the fund made possible thn ment in Israel Bonds. ed. part ment 10 years, boH rank of lieutenant when %  • ed bl DurinK World '.Var J JQ a civil engineer witt %  ,n the European &**? sea diver, and in the ** %  was a deep sea dner ing the armed -eruce* ]l( and his wife hvej four children at WO tm This is hiS fir \fn3 and Hair,, "J^g |iii running u l „^BBB! the way the city .coBjffl d£l t)t and bead wl Rainey belong* l 0 Elks, the ^* m iZFl ami Baput church Rainey this week appointment of jojnjjj Miami attorney, as "-"J rect his campaign i ^ the Miami W ** Group3 .nnounced*'] Rainey also w D< ^SaS| ing of campa.gr' "JJJuj NW 17th avono*"*Rainey Hopes To Help City A man who was outstanding as a city fireman now hopes to show he can be a good city commi--i<>:v er. He is Robert Rainey. 31. who has filed for city commission hi Group Three. He now is president of the Rain ey Land Co.. 7343 West Flagler st., a job he has held since he resigned from the fire department a year ago because of a lung injury that kept getting worse since he suffered it in a Coconut Grove fire in 1048. Rainey, who also is a building contractor, was with the fire de



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Paqe 10 A +Jmldh fhridlisn CJA Cleanup Drive Continues in Area A Inboost was given the C.reat( ifia i Jew ish Fedi ration's "Re:, Your Pledge tf< nth" by col|i i tion i '-i wei k, it has been announced by w ( rraan Da : PhiUips. %  0 has been coll* i in the revitalized effort to clean up outstanding pledge oi the ComI d i' wish Appi;.1 in the bi i S MI \ Goldsti .ii. who headed th< collections committee for three yeai as cc chairman of thi roup. \ swei ping i fforl in the middle gift clarification is being din i u ,IK %  who set a record in pledge collec i t the close oi the driw i • o Chaifc n and other meml oi i mmit nd boai I iren on, have i activi up remaining pledges still to be I I %  < % %  i nded Phillips I t< n i nd other i I : ommittee I n ling the am in a last ditch ;i>t to ra i. i ir i ; il institul inue> their i bined Jew ish \ ] > to i urn their i cash" before the end faith with i who look to IIfor ,[ i i; .m.i support • I ilj tin more days remain in month pled i redemption d t< Phillips Frid a y.0ct "1 .x *\ i Some of the leaders in the Mt. Sinai hospital building fund drive are shown followinq an advanced gifts kickoff dinner meetingChairman Dan Ruskin announced drive has passed SI.775.000 mark toward a goal of S4.00O.OO0. Seated (left to re Ruskin Samuel Friedland. David Phillips. Sam A. n and Howard Kane. Stcnding (left to right) are Dr. Milton Travers, Joseph Rose. Aaron M r. baum. Max Orovits. Dr. S. Churl,, WerhlTl Weil. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Stanley C MW£,* Carl Weinkle. Dr. Davtd Nathan. Dr £% Dr. Louis G. Lytton. Wls ^ Tenih Graduation At Mt. Sinai School Nursing held it tst week .i Spe .i ei • w< re Mai Oroi Mi Marti %  ; I the Flori at ti m Pre it the cerei was Chester u right, n %  mmittee to the :-. h l of Practical Nursing Stud nts presented i j Mrs ( armen F. Ross, R N M \ Diplomas and p bj Mi-Mildred Ann Vogc R.N., H S dice I ii ol nur M unit Sinai Heiman Attends JDC Confab in Paris; Hears Reports from World Leaders I IRIS Heartfelt satisfaction and is vice president of the Great*i %  what hat been accomplished er Miami Jewish Federation and ity in rehabilia member ol its board ol gover fating the Jews ol Km pe was exnors and executive committee •c! here last week bi Samuel r,„ i„,.; n %  i ,, „ ,, n leaving Paris liv spec ia plant' ian ..i Miami prominen bus ,„_ lh „, t\%T lor the second leu of the survev. V*i who ia leader in Jewish Heiman expressed himself as •-*• 1535 JF5 JBTB J learned at the conference "The i I -!'•' record, show" he said, "that the b \; pi al turve) monej wi %  %  • | %  lb* IMA du mssU : < h -^ the the pasl 10 years has helped to I Jews overseas we hundreds of thousand from The group left France after attendhunger, miser) and despair I h annua country direcLarted them on the road to indetoi nee oi the Joint Distripendence and self-supi Eur• 'fjor is we] „pe. Israel. North Africa and in encj aiding helpless Jews hospitable countries all over the abr.id with funds provided by the world. M the fow nferenee held *' U he ne consi(le ^ lh a' <"<* number of men. women and chilFire Prevention Week was observed by the children of the Nursery and Kindergarten classes of Temple Emanu-El when they visited the fire house at 12th st. and Washington ave. last week. Children were under the supervision of their teacher. Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis. Center of picture is Capt. G. J. Fontanella. Lower right is Lieutenant James Cameron. Children are Jiffy Rand, Pollack. Martha Yavers, Ellen Is Andy Lehrman. Robin Hirsch, Martin I Nathan Elbeig, Samuel Weiselberg, Selevan. Steven Lechner, Cathy Ebej] vid Abelow. Robin Beth Riser, ler. Michael Firtel, Gerrilyn Gran, Schler. Carol Feldman, Candy Slid b:e Goodman and J'mmy BrcdododJ in UNESCO House here, the mis %  mbers heard reports fro:,, rcn nvp ? "> Jm ,n Luro P e ha • in 21 countries in JjT „ ?/ m W l rexln 2* e ^ 75 Europe, North Africa and the Mid'" 4 '" :i1 1 80000 ,h year, we realize what a great iob '" %  Port from oi rehabilitation has bi %  :• leaders n those with I JA mOM] It givi surance that the monej we will Heiman icrved as campaign contmue '" I'** ul1 "erve lust as ','VT'V" : "', T '"^ ,: %  <--''!'-;;; 1*3 h Vppi ol Greater Mian,, today M Waldmsn's Crown Hotel in SI ,750.000 Renovation Job for December Opening A 11,750,000 program el renova•quipped for individual radio and the v. it televi i in reception through a man's hotel, nounced ihis week bj J sei h W ildman h., th famous Miami Beach hotel tam lly He also announced that hence-. forth the hotel will hear the name' ot Waldman's crown hotel, it wai formerly known as the Lord Tarleton. Major alterations which are already under way and which are master antenna system. Another major alterati to the hotel, which is located at 4041 c.i Una ave on the oceanfront. will be the traasplating of the main 1 reception lobby to the street flu „ It will I* completly glass enclosed and contain over 10.000 sq t(( ., ._....,, ,,,.,,,, na; ni,u *i men iire u '"~ M leei expected to be completed in time of ,l( )r space. The mezzanine floor for an early Decembei* opening, will also l>e redecorated to aarn call for the addition of 118 rooms as a lounge for tl. • which will bring the total number hoir te *" K,uMs and of rooms up to 230. and a com-;' he r V,s,,ors plete face lifting of the front faj The entire hotel will be centrally ""L-. k -i. i 'air c onditioned and heated at fcarh room will be large, luxuri cost of mnnft _. "T" ai a ousiy furnished and tastefully dec-,^ 5i.JU.U00. The contract has orated in the very latest of decor i let ,0 ,he Hil1 York Company to blend with the modern trend. Florida. yet provide for gracious living."! A new dining room also Bias* Waldmsn said. All rooms will be Enclosed and commanding a panoramie view of the Atlantic Ocean, will be another major addition. Over 800 persons will bo able to be stated in the new room and have their meals in strict conformity to the Jewish dietary laws A new all stainles. iteel kitchen, modern in every detail, is also being readied "to provide the guests with the very finest in service." Waldman revealed "Together with the new dining room, the Crown will have the largest strictly kosher dining area in the South." For the mnworshipper and the bather, the cabana colony area is being rebuilt to include 30 new concrete cabans. a concrete sun deck, promenade and tropical garAn Olympic s,/e swimming pool, as well as ocean bathing, will IKavailable for-the guestl Plans %  lea call f,,r the building of new steam rooms, m assa js parlors and solarium. For the devout, the hotel will have available an enlarged chapel where d.,ii v services will be conducted. The "Jolson Corner." the hotels cocktail lounge and night club arc" also being enlarged and refurbish ed to accomodate 300 persons and will conduct a name band and entertainment poliey The Waldman' %  Crown hotel is owned by the Joseph Waldman Realty Corporation headed by Mr. Waldman. A a ao H stod with him m his two suns. Samuel and Mor %  d M.nsinlaw. Ted Landes man and Murray Berkowitt The corporation also owns and operates the Murida hotel in Long Beach. NY., and the Victor hotel on Miami Beach. Seated left to right are Rabbi Joseph Waldman and J son. Samuel. Standing are Morns, his young Murray Berkowitt and Ted Landesman. W bi son-in-law. Joint Meeting Will Sophia Englander. chairman of the Junior Sisterhood, and Harvey Tendler. chairman of the Men's Club of Beth Jacob Congregation announce the firrt organitational tea of both group Wednesday evening. Nov. 2, st the Marseilles hotel. Mai Englander. chairman of the evening, this week announced the first of a series of five lectures to Initiate U be offered by Rabbi T^j The lectures*"* Jewish codes *tm£ and h.story of set divorce inJei*'^ tlon Firs, lecture^ the joint meetin* •* Cantor Murirt reader a mus** 1


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iie^yfcUEIIiDSPidliigun 29—Number 43 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, October 28. 1955 Price 20! | f lkRWSJ/Mi DETERMIN ED BATTLE TO [RADICATE ANTI-SEMITISM IN SECURITY CASiS Us Admitted Investigator Didn't Act 'Properly'~But The Army ins) Forgot To Fire Him 1 MILTON FRIEDMAN L lor JWV Convention Lerminod battle waged by Ujh War Veterans o[ the [on the Fort Monmouth seI firings has brought about irmy efforts to eradicate fmilism and action by the Iry of the Army against an fmitic civilian security inItor. inal JWV Commander Joseph F. Barr presented evidence of anti-Semitism that was so carefully prepared and incriminating that the Army issued an unusual admission. The Secretary of the Army wrote Barr: "Inquiry has established the truth of your first specific allegation, which related to a secretary to a Jewish scientist who was asked in 1952 how she liked to 'work for a bunch of Jews.' It is obvious that the investigator acted improperly. and I am able to report he is no longer employed by the C.-2 (Intelligence) section." But after Barr exposed the security officer's bias and secured this admission by former Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens of the truth of the incident, the anti-Semite was found by the JWV to be still employed by the Army. Barr continued to pursue the matter with Army officials. Another JWV leader, Reuben Kaminsky, cited the Army's admission of anti Scmitism. He said: "While such a statement would normally lead to the conclusion that the investigator had been dismissed as a Federal employee, our organization has been advised that he is still on the Department of the Army payroll. We wonder how many innocent employees were victimized by this investigator's prejudiced reports?'" A surprising revelation of Army confusion and ignorance about Jewish organizations and the Attorney General's list of subversive groups was made in ihe Stevens letter. Stevens said "It is only because several Jewish organizations are on the Attorney General's list that persons of the Jewish faith may be quesContinuod on Pag* 5 A %  (Dulles Will Raise Question of Communist Arms Deal At Parley of Foreign Ministers Meeting in TEACHERS NOT TRAINED FOR SUCH COURSES -**.• ADL Agrees to Study of Teaching 'About Religion' i Itstph f. Barr KNCf SUNDAY rea Leaders !t Program ir Progress tare goin. forward for the %  .do conference on subiirHmuuiewhich will aim to PW pi .1 suburban It haIx'i n announced by Myers n .ident of the M.ami Jewish Federation. pn of the planning commitKtarge of i. %  ., pence, is |Thurman who also heads. munity planning %  •ley ha hei n set for Oct.! M Bureau of Jewish Kduca-' ill am to 3 p.m. and will' nseussion. by representa"ie outlyinj Jewish com-, f %  Dade i mty. Preliminary planningses' L| -' Wei ;•: attended by 'he suburban representafollowing subjects were f !or discussion at the big Jj^'ns in order of priorf ,a education, fund rais [wtinued on Pa 9e 9 A NEW YORK (JTA)—Proposals that specific plans be studied for the teaching of courses "about religion" as a curriculum subject in the public schools without compromising the Constitutional mandate of separation of church and state were accepted by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith Wednesday. At a meeting of the ADL executive, Henry Epstein; Deputy Mayor of New York and chairman of the ADL national program committee, declared that the "ADL is not opposed to further study of specific plans lo determine whether the objective facts about religion can be taught to public school children." The executive committee, however, expressed both WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secretary of State John Foster Dulles wil not raise the Communist-Egyptian arms issue formally at the Geneva conference which was" scheduled to open Thursday. State Department sources said here. His its fears that teachers are not trained to teach such' a P ,roac }* ., wiH *£"** '"/ Mimes" and its "doubts whether children in ele-'? 01 !" 1 ll was exp ,amed W **" mentary grades are qualified to discuss matters of jngton sources predicted Mr. Dulfaith in objective terms." The League drew a sharp' 1 ** wlU bnn U P the arms question hstinction between "teach.ng religion as an instru*?. su ge ** in f. l Soviet Foreign ment of indoctrination of sectarian dogma and the I Jf ,nist r I v -. M Mo,otov tha ,he possibility of teaching 'about religion' as a secular 1 fIow J Soviet-bloc arms to Egypt school subject." I s undermining the "spirit of GeThe ADL executive alsourged: elimination of n ^ va and ralsin Western doubts racial segregation from all Federal programs, noted about Communist intentions, a "marked improvement in the climate of civil | A hint will be made by Mr. Dulliberties" in the past year, called on Mississippi les, it is forecast, that the Soviet authorities to press for a prompt solution of the Union could regain a measure of murder of Emmett Till, 14-year-old Negro boy. CttniClSNI AGAINST UNISCO MPPfO SH/WPir JWV Convention in Resolution Not to Permit 'Another Korea' in the Near East The tense situation in the Near East took the spotlight this week U 'he 60th annual national convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United Staleopened their sessions here at the DiLido hotel. By action of their national ex's* ecutive committee. JWV dispatched a telegram to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles In Genera, calling upon him to u the Soviet Foreign Minister to ask "that his government refrain from shipping arms to Egypt" The telegram, signed by JWV National Commander Joseph F. Barr. of Washington, DC, told Dulles to "show that his government's professions of peaceful intentions are sincere" and that Western confidence by immediately severing the military supply links with Egypt. It is not anticipated, however, that the matter will be presented as a formal ultimatum. The issue will be treated, according to well-informed sources, as a matter on the periphery of the main Geneva objectives. Reports received here Wednesday from Paris took the view that the Soviet Union, through arms shipments to Egypt, is seeking to blackmail the Western Powers into concessions at Geneva on European security and German reunivakia and other states in the Soviet orbit are free to foment tension in the Middle East." A resolution on the Middle| fication. They indicated that there East situation, urging that "anContinud on Page 5 A was reason to believe that Moscow Continued on Page 9 A LIMITED TIME-NO GREAT DETAIL Sharett Flies to Paris for Talks With Western Leaders, Molotov Regarded as the Most Important ccpt the fiction that CzcchosloJtm OF NEGOTIATION Continued on PB 7 A ntences Spur Hunt for Kidnapped Girl 5ET*£s sm arssrart >• %  SHLF" lands court, Dutch and Belgian authorifused to give he: '"'" the | llln( f„ r the Kj| ., and w „ ()f tht gjan convent, w P\RIS (JTA>—The Foreign Minwho arrived here Sunday, continthe free world can no i,.nger ac. sters Q{ BrUain Francc anc j thejued his condsultations Wed. with United States discussed the broad: the Israel envoys to the United outlines of the Middle East, situ SXalcs Britain, France and the Soation at their meeting here Tuesday night, but it was understood that in the limited time at their; disposal they were not able to go: into the various problems in anygreat detail. Their chief concern, reportedly, was the threat to the ere of influence in the posed by the Czech$3.5 MILLION child to the Jewisn -—;%  %  -; y () a Rpl EgypUan rms deal Both Foreign fused to give hi-i UP -n %  %  P '' unsuccessfully on Secretary Harold Macmillan of nnvent. which w.is laului UIIMIIA ......... „_j o ,„,„ICI„I. inhr, %  ifu! f ****** h r awa y f rom non r VV [oUowed yw f negoti.it: 1 %  <'national hunt which resultll "I two sisters, the Miss. to find her. Britain and Secretary of State John Defense Fund Drive Quickens linrUh girl gw ".-"...unity. They months in pritm KjrtiJiJrJSB "" nlhs i Premier Moshc Sharett f Israel other van Moorst sister, ucmu TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel's voluntary "arms for defense" campaign reached 6.5 million I pounds ($3.6 million) Wedne as Increased tension was reported along the northern Syrian Irontier.



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i0 ber 28, 1955 vJwistnoridfon Page 7W [unity's Leading Women Welcome 'Chen' Commander j Family Counselor Urges Constructive Social Legislation of the wornGreater Mistate of Isj worl' r ion of the ainintJ commander %•< Army of Israel. brunch scheduled In fomen la I of Mrnrcc ( r ionic Sells chain nen';. Division, national for Israel Col. Worth. Koretiky, Miami Beach, of i< coorjbe visit of Col, Wertb. jjberl Farber, LiU intn leader in adeiphia Jew.sh commitmvehere to participata in a 0 | Israel tea at the Mr> [sadore Hecht Israel least 5300 in i attend the ]0:30 am. Lomen who have .-old at least $2,500 in Israel Bonds will receive "Chen" charms from Col. Werth and Mrs. Farber. Mrs. Michael Schalzer. accompanied by Mrs. Hortensc Arvan, will present a concert of Israeli songs. At the conclusion of the brunch, Jacob Fishmnn will lead in communal singing, Col. Werth was welcomed at the Miami International Airport Wednesday by a reception cum mittee which included the dames Louis GUtter, It William Apte. Milton Sirkin, Max W< Miriam Press, Harry I'latoff, Sarah Czech, Frances Rubin, Abe Kasow. Meyer Beinborn, H Koretzky and Miss Lllliai man. Lt. Col. George E. G ex ecutive officer <>f the 25R5th Reaarve Flying Center in Miami, extended official greeting! to I Werth at the airport Wednesday She and Mrs. Farber are I, MM at the Shelborne hotel. Col. Dina Werth arrives here >n to Elect Board of Directors .work have been nominated to serve aa the board of directorFlection and installation of the officers and members of the board of directors will be held on Nov. 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel at [the Women's Division second annual education conference. Girls' Council Elects Connie Scoff President president of Tau Alpha Omega, girls' council sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Other officers named at a recent meeting include Marcia Holly, vice president; Louis Krasnow, treasurer: Arlene Gross, recording secretary. Gail Fund, corresponding secreNrt. Monte Selia RE TROOP ST-PHOTOCRAPHER bftfo l.iN i £'.;•'. ('. lid Wedding pun a \' JE e Kh St. Miami Beach Members of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be asked to elect nominees for officers and board of directors, it was announced by Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman of the nominating committee. On Monday. Oct. 31, in accordance with the by-laws of the first official Women's Division, a com-1 plete ballot listing officers and di-, rectors will be mailed to nearly 2.000 women in the Greater Miami area. Every woman contributor to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation i is eligible to vote, Mrs. Selig said. Additional nominations may be presented to the nominating committee by written petition of any 25 members in good standing, and these should be sent to the Worntary; Sue Fox. pledge mistress; en's Division office not later than i Anita Wiener, chaplain; Vicki Fox, Nov. 15. j sergeant-at-arms; and Connie Following officers have been' Goodman, parliamentarian. nominated: president—Mrs. Irving \ t Lehrman; vice president—Mrs. %  f faqler-Granada Luncheon Mrs. Estelle Sudnow, family counselor of the Jewish Family Service, was a participant last week in a panel discussion before the Southeastern chapter of the National Association Of Social Worker-. The discussion concerned lts< II with "Social Action a n d Social Work Participants were Wood, featun liami Daily News, and ra • .. ol the Veterans Administration. Mrs. Suanow, who i presently covering the intake desk at Jewish Famii; Service, completed her training with the Graduate S of Jewish Social Work in 1933 and has since been in practice in New York as well as here. She said last week that the field of social work "has a professional obligation to help achieve constructive legislative and private programs to assure the well being of all people.'' She added that "social work faces most directly the economic and social problems so prevalent for'families and individuals. It cannot only be concerned with the injuries that have been inflicted | upon people by misfortune and de-' privation but must continuously 1 and energetically attempt to prevent these injuries from occurring." Mrs. Sudnow reported that there was general apathy with reference to the public aid programs available to people in economic need. "Grants given such families are not sufficient to provide them with adequate food and satisfactory housing." she said, and critizied a requirement in the program ol aid to dependent children. "Whereas the initial purpose oj that program was to make it poasj ble for mothers to have full care for young children, it is now expected that mothers will o! employment,'' she explained. "Grant., obtainable by mothers without husbands to support them are currently set at a maximu SCi monthly without regard to the number of children that may Mrs. Sudnow urged the social work profession to make its knowledge available to other organizations in order to promote corrections in this legislative situation. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-l Employment Service 37 N.E. 5tli St. PH. 9-8401 AL MEIDENBERG. Owner \\ OCTOHEK 6 MASSAGES AND 12 [ BOD1 -v^-v-v^^-v/^-v^—o^-v/SP i ; # # i f \ MECHANICAL TREATMENTS S30.00 TOM: JIASSAIP*: r Dorothy L. 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Page 4 A rjenisti ik^ldknr Frido *Jem3ti Meridian Published very Friday since 1927 by th Jswlsh Florldian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida Entered a aecond-clatf matter July 4, 1930. at the Poit Offic* ot Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1S79. The Jewish Florldian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editerial Association, Amercan Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and P ublisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 The Jewish norMlM n ,, !" ""f„, 1 „ h ,f. K h rath 01 th .T.l-r.l In If %  •oliimns. 8UB8CB.PTION RATtS: On. Vear 83.00 Two Year. M .00 Friday, October 28, 1955 Volume 29 Number 43 Heshvan 12. 5716 When U.S. Senators Drop Pennies in Egypt's Collection Box The Communist arms arrangement with Egypt has stirred up a major controversy in the Western World. A principal spokesman against the arrangement has been our own government. Sec. Dulles again and again warns Cairo that any* Egyptian purchase of arms from the Soviet Union will threaten peace in the Near East. This is a strange kind of warning-one which does not need to be sounded. The Egyptians are doing business with the Communists precisely because they want to build up a large arms cache for possible use against Israel. Certainly, the United States is aware of this; certainly. Sec. Dulles knows cbout it. Why all the double talk? In the face of our government's concern over Egyptian arms purchases, U.S. leaders have done these things: 1. Sec. Dulles sent George Allen to Cairo some ten days ago to present Col. Nasser with U.S. views on the Russian arms arrangement and to tell him that we look with disfavor on it. 2. Following Mr. Allen's report to Washington, Sec. Dulles made an official statement in which he said that the U.S. can not censure a nation for building up its armament — especially not a nation which feels itself in danger. The about face in our government's policy s the result of a promise by Col. Nasser tl he would not use his new Russian muni':ons against the Jewish State. This lie is easily exposed. Col. Nasser said that the major source of his political strength is among officers of the Egyptian army. These officers, he told Mr. Allen, merely want additional arms "to play with." They don't care to be caught unprepared in a second war. We do not believe that Mr. Allen and Sec. Dulles failed to see through this fabrication. Nonetheless, these leaders of U.S. foreign policy are continuing to comfort Egypt by deed even as they censure her by word. The latest example of such double-dealing is this report from Cairo received in London: Four American senators Kilgore, McClellan. Saltonstall and Stennis had a 90-minute meeting with Col. Nasser late last week. Egyptians are currently donating funds to the government to conclude the purchase of arms from Russia. Government workers have been "voluntarily" giving up one month's pay as their share of participation in the national fund raising drive. Senators Kilgore. McClellan, Saltonstall and Stennis dropped donations for Egypt's armaments fund drive into a contribution box outside the Egyptian Premier's office as they entered his office for the conference. Apparently his-' tory repeats itself. When Sec. Dulles went on hifl ten-day "fact finding" tour through the Near' East a presumably impartial survey of the. trouble spot made in early 1953 immediately | after the Republican assumption of the Presidency—he traded pistols with then Premier Naguib. Who is fooling whom? During The Week... A y LEO MINDLIN I speak of cowardice I speak of a community's cowardice. State Suni n rT? Uni, y's COM Introduced a move in Tallahassee^ b r n ^ Tfc^J I s Hi '"struct* public school system. He i In his concern over God, SUM tun. <-f the United States, But Supt Lletu S de, ^ the school official< are dedicated community -chooi, Planning for the Future is Important Part of Progress The Greater Miami area is expanding with unprecedented strides, and the Jewish community's proportionate expansion means an increasingly complex program for social, cultural and philanthropic action as the days go by. The boundaries of our city widen constantly lo develop residential and business sites that were relatively unpopulated only a short time ego. Flagler-Granada. Hialeah-Miami Springs, NEW FOUND BUDDIES Homestead, North Dade, North Miami Beach, Northwest, Opa-Locka. South Dade and West Miami—these are some of the new communities here whose advancing activity reflects Greater Miami's continuing growth. Unless a program of sound planning and coordination is exercised, these new areas will make errors in judgment so far as future progress is concerned. Many of them have already set into motion cultural and religious centers to ameliorate the pressure of their local needs. But in some cases, this has been done without regard to future reguirements—without an eye toward planning for anticipated expansion. In many cases, duplication of activity in adjacent communities will prove costly simply because it fails to take into account the economy of joint programming and joint construction of facilities. To this end. the Greater Miami Jewish Federence" „ "TK"! Sunday f r an mitial C **Tfor L~ Suburban c n>"iunilies. Spokesmen tor these communities will be called upon to d.scuss their problems with regard to such d inaV^r 8 QS IeWish *ducation. fund rat LvLn !" bnanc ?*Panning construction of and 9 r? Ue8 Q nd Cen,er8 reuaious leadership r^ioT 0nne1 P r0 ammi ^ and in,ergrou£ Federation believes that sound plannina can SiTK 8 COSUy mu,,akes ,or *• SdhrtcSS e^n,^ Qnd ,he 2* at la '9Federahon aTpn. i P r0per coordin tion between thew We believe Federation is to be congratulated .l. in this state and SS£? XJ ed to bringin rel,*,,,,,. ^!t ruc t! Ughoul week. Most of them avoided"answeringJ5 to send me statements "after due conSdeSiS^? 1 ** were downright rude and dismissed me and ^ W] moral weakness I found in this regard stU V no "£ %  t.ons. School Board officials refused to t e d me W 8 hgious leaders honestly confessed their XS"V: A B One top business leader, who is a "guidina LS *"> fcrence of Christians and Jews, considered 2 mU,e *N instruction in the public school system tc> be •• ? "!*"* l The National Conference of Christian, B Ti "^ cabal here with this and other such, S*"!*!? %  2 stand on anything, preferred again to remain I. """M rassed; it did just that. Off kills at ,h^ '?' professed cultural center of a city they declare y ** the university's formation in 1925, hid behind 7E', WlsW *l or academic bliss-whichever you prefer Shn "Out here." one member of the CM adminUh...mainly concerned with teaching. YoVwte '£ !** know ..." I was once one of them; and I know-iSLa • • • • NEED TO RECOGNIZE JUSTICE OF THE POSITION If there is cowardice among the religious leaders m I Protestantism and Judaism; if there ,s cowardice armL spokesmen; if there is cowardice infesting and rotting £l_ of those organizations which masquerade as human re£3 if there is cowardice on a university campus-then e inZS There are those who will insist that the word "rowanWk ous. A better word, they will say, is 'expediency" It is ad remain silent. It is expedient to beg the i-Mie It "is expedieMk no one. Then, I say. use the word expedient." But nJ cowardice here, no matter how much one paints the hud with semantic rouge. We are not lost if we recognize the justice of our affirm the fact that the separation of religion from all pbH is traditional to American experience and that the incursMaT on public function can establish dangerous precedent. TV] the Constitution of the United States understood this pal The First Amendment guaranteed that such incursion shall i place. Yet there is a strange kind of misguided religious zeal I our nation now. Supt. Bailey and other school officials hm1 upon themselves to solve the American dilemma through i the renaissance of faith among us has been the outgrowth of< of communism—and I believe it has in the Christian we are selling short the strength of democracy and assaultiaj j tion religion has attained in Western society. When Supt. Bailey insists that we can not teach dema Godless atmosphere, he means that American democracy it I less to a child without the simultaneous inculcation of fear f "God will punish you if you do not grow up to be a good i citizen," is the lesson Supt. Bailey wants to teach. AK7VBMSNT MAKES ASTONISHING CAINS JJ f But such, a lesson debases the great philosophy U American democracy and reduces religion to rank supra child'will befcorne sensitized to the voluntary character rf I in Supt. Bailey's classroom. In the hands of such a te will be capable of learning that democracy means self-dete The difficulty began with the trifling religious incurswsl the zealous on public function. The move to bring religious i into the public school system has strengthened astonishingly l past few years. One great stride in this regard was the inch out any public protest whatever, of the phrase "i Pledge of Allegiance. There was no public protest against that for several I same reasons explain the silence now meeting the Bailey I similar plans currently in operation in various parts ot an To begin with, the uninformed are intimidated by the M religious indoctrination. They therefore believe it is an ew to bring religious instruction into the public school systta %  the uninformed do not know that such a move could awe ed in the courts—that it actually is in violation of the r irsi But the reasons for the silence extend into the ranged, as well. These are the upright among us. who fear sure. Uke the uninformed, they. too. are intimidated, u good business to oppose God. As a safe alternative iqj witting partners of.the intrigue and politely ignore ise • • • TWO ISSUES IN FRONTAL CLASH Thus, the cowardice—and the silence We w %  „,the sham under the banner of religion-permit bupi. -^ school officiab to make self-righteous observation ? nc-( of the home to inculcate religious principles m <\ L and the need for the school system to take up the DU ^ THE No American will ever admit that he ,c,s J B ^s*fl officials or his government intrude on the sane "teli you! even the !" f£*£ !" enumerate these rights, will tell you that But i .. ^i the rugged indiuaw He has rights, he will Supt. Bailey intends doing, and ;aa challenge him are strangely silent. rea ious I dislike seeing such an easy victory for -u ^ shameful defeat for the cowardly and the """ Ka |ous. me that victory is not yet firmly in the hancis oi d ^ tells me that the courts will not have "">"' t0 be moral community leaders that God can conu "" in the even if His precepts are taught at home %  synagogue. ... ^ shortly "P*' Something tells me that a reckoning *"' w b)jc school" haps the cowardly will soon see two curren iv ^ frontal clash—the questions of religious n > !" jn this' perhaps they will see that most relig>o"^ e ^ =.*r to carry their message of faith to the *" ^, separately. And perhaps the cowardly win not so XJodly afterall. public The problem of religious ** !" %X*> then emerge from the morasi of the proseiyi into the clear light of constitutional law. And prefer



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L t0 ber28 1 1 955_ Zjwislhfktridij&n > Neil A. *amo ,le Sinai Will Neil Gift in Ramo. son of Mr. and tph Ramo. 1335 Jackson wood, will celebrate his [nh at Temple Sinai on jght, Oct. 28. and Saturpg. Oct. 29. irMittvah will participate Jervices. chanting from the brophets, and will deliver litzvah messaee. Rabbi upiro will officiate and i the theme, 'The ReI Abraham." Yehudah I. Heilbraun | Temple choir will chant irgy and render special in honor of the occaparr Kaplan, president of igregation. will present a ;BarMitzvah on behalf of Toppell to Manage HebrewliiiSver^rTFaculty Deciphers Brokerage Firm Dead Sea Scroll 'Book of Lemach* Page 11 A Jack Toppell has been appointed manager of the new Bruns, Nordc man and Co officein the Mercan tlh; National Bank Building, Miami Beach. NKW YORK-Dr. Benjamin Mazar famed archeologist who is president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, disclosed at a press conference here that faculty The new office opened on Monmember Z t .* day. Oct. 24. with 1st complete Ste an de ipherldT £S SftK and modern facilities and services. Sea scroM known '"he "Bookof ^^ teXtS Toppell .s an investment advisor i Lemach" and found it t.'be a para and has been registered with the phrase and commentary OMLRIH SEC in Washington and the Florida | lical Book of OeTesjs Securities Commission in Tallahas-i Study of this scroll, which is see. Previous to his appointment written in Hebrew and Aramaic as manager of Bruns. Nordeman & is continuing. Dr Mazar said £ Co Miami Beach office, he was a indicated thf moreln ormafon on registered representative of A. M. the scroll wil be published after He has also been an instructor of relation to existing knowledge of finance, banking and economics at Biblical literature. versity committee headed by Dr. Mazar and including Dr. Avigad, S Gmosar, Prof. L. A. Mayer, Prof M. Schwabe and Dr. Yadin. The Scroll of Lemaeh is an apocryphal work, referred to in severLEGAL NOTICE the University of Miami, Evening Division. Toppell has. contributed articles on corporate finance to business publications and lectured to organizations in New York and Miami ler Plans First %  a! Dance Fete LEGAL NOTICE Research on the scroll, one of seven now in possession of Hebrew University—and one of four scrolls recently returned from the United States—has been carried on by Dr. Nahman Avigad and Dr. Yigael Yadin. archeologists on the university faculty. Dr. Yadin is the son of the late Prof. Eleazar L. Sukenik, the archeologist who devoted the last years of his life to investigation of the scrolls, studying and preparing an analysis of them for publication. A volume entitled "The Dead Sea Scrolls." edited by Professor Sukenik and completed after his recent death, has been published under the direction of Hebrew UniNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the underlined, desiring to engage in businessunder the gctltlous name ,'.' K. < PACKAGE STORE, ah II N \\ r,, ,i:,""" s tan "n rM ""-"^ reglMej Mid name irlth the Clerk Florida '" "" ''""" "' l "" 1 '' c ,,n,v u kv •,,',',' v,:ll:s M KOLLIW MARK B LVERHTEIN, Any. JJOjUncolj, Road^Mlaml Beach, FT.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 38340-A In It.-. ESTATE OF IRVIN CAHN. Deceased To All Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Itcmunds Against Bald 1 Estate: You, and each of you, arc hereby I notified and required to present any [ claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the ••-tat.of IRVIN CAHN, deceased late of hade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dnde County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dads County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof s.iid claims or demands to contain the legal address of tinclaimant and to I..sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. Date '. -oil. 1955. FERN I'NIIKR, As Executrix of the I-ast Will and Testament 'if IHVIN CAHN, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN .vKAPLAN Attorneys for Kstate 10/14-21-28 — 11/4 [plans are being made for annual dinner dance sponthe Greater Miami Jewish ity Center which will be Sundav evening, Nov. 6, [ Other offices of the Bruns, Nordc\ lover Club. H. Palmer, chairman of fcion. and Mrs Milton Sirfcdent. have indicated that poles are being arranged Ps of friend* and neighi wish to sit together. rtivity i> one of several man & Co. are located at 52 Wall st. and 321-323 Boadway, New York. The company, established in 1923, holds membership in the New York Stock Exchange. American Stock Exchange. New York Cotton Exchange, New Orleans* fil and fund raising enPaula Orlik and Mrs. Berare in charge of conducted lu t ho i>,,„ t-ouon txenanga, New urieans Br&L^aS £Xn£ xc hangc> !7^ s F T Exchange, Liverpool Cotton Associates, Ltd., Chicago Board of Trade and Commodity Exchange, Inc. Toppell is active in numerous local affairs. He is a member of angemenN other memJ the board of governors and the ie dinner -dan. e committee budget committee of the Greater in the process of forma-; Miami Jewish Federation. He is on | the executive committee of the iirkin, Hyman Kam, Sam Greater Miami Jewish Community wold Strumpf. Mrs. Jul-' Center and has also worked closely Mr. and Mrs. William with the planning committee of i u tuart Winston. Leon ] Beth David Congregation. M'lton BaKain. Mrs. Ed N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Hit 0 FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOROA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184283 llt.MA MITCHELL, Plaintiff •n. v.T,'. C E v. BV PUBLICATION rO: NA1 HAN MITCHELL :.:•. I'.Try AvenueApt 2-F" Bronx 87, New v..rk TOU. NATHAN MITCHELL, are required to serve a COB] of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for i '.w£'.'!'.. 'I" ""' PWnUfTs attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ. E8Q one Uncoil! Road IIICIK., Miami beach Florida, ami file the ordinal in the orrice ,,r the Clerk of the above Court pn or before th.4th day 01 December. 19.1... ni Complaint will i„. taken as confessed, 1 '-.te,i this Nth day of October, K B, LKATHKRMAX. Clerk of Circuit Court Bj K. II. RICE, .lit 1 •""' %  '" Deiiutv Clerk JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ. One Lincoln Road lildg. Miami Beach. Florida 10/28 — 11/4-1I-1K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE YACHT BAR, at !(?] N.W. 17th Avenue, Intend to register sai.i name with the clerk of the Circuit dun of Dade c,,unry. Florida. WILLIAM H AVERT BLKA.NOR M AVERT PAUL AXKI.I.I KKSSI.KI; AND UARfl Attorneys for Applicants 1782 W. IlaRler St. in 28 II l-l! SAVI FOR TOMORROW WHIRI YOU CAN SORROW FOR TODAY Savinp AceMRtt ?' / 4%lnUril Pertonil Loins • Aulo Leans Drive-In Teller Binkinf by Mail Lelten ol Credit iafcty Deaoiit lent I Memher trderml D, P .%it Imurmncr f'ers>rafleu I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 33927-A RE ESTATE OF DAVID METER, Dei sa ed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICH Is hereby (then that i have filed m\ final report ami petition for I Inal Dlxcharce of Executor of the .-tate of 11 AVI I > METER, deceased; and thai on the Men day of November, 195.1, will apply to the Honorable FRANK DOWLTNO, Count) Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of saui final repoi t an i f.-i final iiischarae as Executor of the Estate of DAVID METER, deceased. This 171 n day of October, l>55 DAVID RIFA8, Executor Attorney for Executor i;i:c IRQE CHERTKOF 101 Olympla HIIIK., Miami 3S, Florida 10 28 — II 1-11-18 BANK (it MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE IWiliiam Kncapler. Jack IF* Samuel Zibit, Sey*"*r. I. Simkowitz, Mrs. Tin. ^ YOUR OWN WUS GIFTS !" "'>' inexpensive ww "yg and „ UIMUI R1 f t5 F Cw ^ Opw,,,. spectal. [DO-ITYOURSELF C RAFT SHOP 1 "*• "h AVE„ MIAMI %  HobbvId I,, ,Je ^ey 0 oi$ f* J V'schi N ^tote in All ^ branches I 141 "* 7th AVCNUI INTERESTED IN BUILDING YOUR OWN BUSINESS? % Part or full time, unlimited earnings and secured retirement. \ 11 Training and assistance given. No financial risk involved. \ < I Opportunity for men. women or partners. For appointment < % % write to Rt. 4. Box 1361. Miami 43. 1 < NOME OF THE FAMOUS • Just 3 minutes from New York City s Grand Central Terminal and conveniently near fo the Fifth Avenue shopping district, the Lexington is 'centrally located. Its 801 outside, rooms are all equipped with combination tub and shower bath, circulating ice wafer, full-length mirror, 4-station radio. Television. !'Nw York's Friendly Hofe/" Near.the United Nations LEXINGTON AVLAT 4H* $T, N.r.C. 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKKKHY OIVEN th.it th. undersigned, deslrlnsj to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACK-IIY BION COMPANY at HOT N Miami Avenue, Miami, l-'l.n iilii, Intands to rssjrtater said name with the Clerk <>r the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Mnrida. c II BASS BBRXARO Hl'TNER, Baq 4(is Otympls I'.lilK.. Miami. Fl.ni.la Attorney tor <; H I Mi U — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buxineH under the ttrrltioii.s jiaine of J. I, TRUCKING, at ~:< w. 13rd Street, Hialeah, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I mile Cuuntv, Florida. JACK LEVY, Sole Owner 10/21-2S — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN thru the undersigned, desiring to engage In liii.--ines under the fictitious name of STUARTS RANTER JUVENILE SHI IK STORK, at TO Miracle Mil*, Coral Gables, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida AMY-I,EK. Inc. MORTON l'.EIOEI. Attorney for Applicant MM Blscayne Hidg. 10/21-28 — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN th:* tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In bu sine ss under tlie fictitious name Of GIFT BAZAAR, at 12711 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of I lade County, Florida. WII.I.IAM BOXER GILBERT • YOUNG Attorneys tor William Boxer I" II — 11/4-11-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CLUB TWENTY-THREE (), at BC4 Collins Ave Miami Beach, Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. KAYMAUB CORP. MONROE DIXON Attorney tor AppHc-ant ITM Coral Waj I" M — 11/4-11-18 ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of V It. BAR, ai MM N W Itn Ave., Miami. Kia Intends tp regalter said name srltb the Clert "f the circuit Court of 1'i.le County, Florida. SAMUEL POGEL (sole ownet I KKSSI.KK .. OARfl Attorneys tor Applicant 178] w i reel in J\ — II I-11-1S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersla iti d, deslrlna to < Imalnes imder the fictitious nami KAYS BAR. at ItSI W, I'! et, Intend to realster said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda VIOLA .lc il.l.ll-i-K WINIFRED POEHLMAN KESSLER A GARS Attorneys tor Applicants ITVL' \v Ftagler St. IO/14-21-2S — 11/4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. tN CHANCERY. No. 184325 RK'II.Mtl) K I'INK and NAOMI /. iixi. Plaintiffs. T It. FIELDING, el ale., Defendants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO. T. It FIELDING, address unknown, and if married, his unknown spouse, If living, and if dead), all unknown heirs, di legatees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under or against the said defendant, who la not known to be dead or alive; and all other persons or parties otherwise having or claiming any right, title. Claim or interest in and to the following described property, situate, lying and beinl in Dade County. I'lorida. to-wit: Lot •_'". Of COOK a MARTINS BUBDIVISION, III -i-i inline tl the Plat thereof, recorded In I Mat I took 2, at Pare B0, of the PuMIc Records of Dade County. Elorida: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ih.it n suit to quiet title to the above described property has l.e.n filed agalnsl you in the above entitlnl cause, and you are hereby required to serve I Copy of your answer to the complaint herein on the plaintiffs' attorney, RICHARD K. FINK. 112-119 Congress Ituilillng. Miami, Florida. and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Sth day of November. otherwise % %  < default will be entered against you. DATED: this 24th day of October, K. P.. LKATHEUMAN. Clerk of circuit Conn I lade County. Florida By >v.M W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk 10/28 — 11/41-11 -IS tjCftJST BPOS. Rvf 15 C he fl/ >r. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIQA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 184208 PAUL W. TCRNER. Plaintiff. vs. ESTELLE TCRNER. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T<>: ESTELLE TCRNER Residence unknown You are herein notified that a P.ill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against Vou. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor before the ISnd day of November, in."."., if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Complaint. This notice shall i.e published once each week tor four consei itlve weeks In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at M Florida, this 1MB day of October, A D. V. P.. LEATHERMAN, %  k, Pin ull Court, Dade Countv, Florida iR II KICK. .11: (Circuit Court Real) Deputy ciertx MKI.VIN I MUROF Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Rd Miami Real h, Fla. •t -II 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busines under the fictitious nan PL \ MlNGl CLUB at P O Box Miami Beach i". i-la Intends t" i-eg• inl name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Ft. 11 win B GOLDFINE 10/21-St — ii/4-ii



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Page 12 A _^ *.kni*l>fhrld&jn_ OPENING 10 A.M., FR1, OCTS The Grand Opening Jamborei It's ready for you the ShopArama Florida's first complete Farmers Market and Auction! Ifs huge ... 480 feet long, with 85,000 square feet of space, all under roof! It's different offering just about everything you want to eat, to wear, to use! And the prices ... just wait till you shop here. You'll L that the 27th Avenue Farmers Market fealwest lowest prices anywhere in the South! So CM) us ... sat the thrilling entertainment, have lunch I shop here ... save here! FRIDAY • 10 A.M. to 12 MIDNITE SATURDAY SUNDAY• 8 A.M. to 12 MIDNITE 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. A NEW FOOD FAIR SUPERMARKET and it's Food Fair's FIFTIETH in Florida and the 230th unit in the country. This beautiful modern Market is now Food Fair's largest one in the South, but concrete plans (or further rapid expansion in the near futurt have been made. A REAL AUCTION j us t .bo., mmfm loves the excitement and thrill of an auction, whether they bid or not. Here in tbe 27th Avtawe Farmers Market on Friday, Saturda/ and Sunday each week, you can share in a true a-jction, conducted in the time-honored method of the profession. Bid an china, glassware, jewelry, watches, rugs, appliances, tools, lamps just obout anything in general merchandise. The Auction Room schedule will be Friday 10 a.m. to midnite Saturday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to midnittf Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. OVER 60 SHOPS d y ,• ,„„ y on both a full and port time basis. The following are ready to serve you every day of the week Food Fair, Fin and Wing fet Shop, Good, Shoos, Crable's Bakery, Zugger't Women's Apparel, Derff's Toys and Baby Furniture, Beauty Shop, Barber Shap, Shoo Repair, Silver's Drug Store, Richards Fain, I Hardware. Tobias Men's Shop, Sills Rugs, Fabrics and Soft Goods. Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, there will be many m.n, others ready to oiler you courteous service. ENTERTAINMENT FUNi arts i SAVINS s. • HAPPY HAROLD'S BAND HA IVrirtnii-Aeria. Artist • MARR* I GINGW • c • BARNEY GRANT-Radjo-" £ PLUS! free *£<&* ^1 Hillbilly band and many j performers. A VERITABLE CITY OF MORE THAN 60 SHOPS, MA^ OF THEM OLD FRIENDS OF YOURS NOW READY YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON EVERYTHING YOU B^ V



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Page 8 A + fri*i)tUjrkmn Mt. Sinai Function to Gather Books for Patients' Library Habbi Joseph N'arot. spiritual, leader of Temple Israel, will re view %  Captain Dreyfus," by Nich oldHalasz. at an annual meeting for the patients" library of Mount Sinai Hospital Tuesday afternoon.. Mi-. Joseph Duntov. chairman of, the library committee, said thai Mrs. Harold Turk will give* rrad ins of excerpts from Emile Zola's "J'Accuse." The reading is Mrs. Turk's own arrangement. Mrs. Duntov this week issued in vitations to Greater Miamians to J attend the event "and to bring a book donation for 1955. In that way. we shall be in a position to provide the newest and best books to patients at Mount Sinai." Covers of the invitations are adorned by an artistic drawing of, a mythical patient in Room 202. eagerly awaiting the book cart. Artist was Mrs. Alvin Richter. Mrs. Duntov explained that book carts are wheeled daily to the bedside of patients by trained and well-read volunteers. "Though this is primarily a patients' library, it is kep open three times a week for resident doctors, off-duty Mines and any other hospital employee who wishes to make use of its facilities. Mrs. Duntov will be assisted by Mrs. Lotus Glasser, Mount Sinai Berlin, Irving Greenfield, Victor Kugel, Alexander Ubow, Harold Kami and John Serbia Arrangements committee are Mr-Ben Rosenberg, chairman and the Me*dames I iiomas Gerard, Aaron tjoldman, Samuel-May MI Anne Ostwjf. N. Doug. Rait, Leon Roscnhaum and Lewis Serbfn Decorationcommittee are the Me-dames Joseph Abclow, chairman. Rudy Baum. Alexander Gordon and Ben M I-ord. Joseph Duntov Auxiliary president, and MrHarold Hand at the Tuesday function. Reception committee will include Mrs Aaron Kanner. chairman and the Me-danu Samuel Varied Program Sei At Reception Here When Kadimah chapter of Pk) neer Women holdits annual mem hip reception on Thursday eve miu. \M\ ;f. at the Colon) restaurant, there will he a varied pro-ram to interest all old mem: herand new one-, according to; Mrs Reuben Bott. member-hip i hairman. Dr A. J Eshlon, president of the Labor Zionist A ssem bly, will i.iIk OB the work done by Pioneer Women in Israel Entertainers in elude lyric soprano Miriam Donner^tag. director of music at the Hebrew Academy and director of the Beth David choir, who will aing Israeli folk songs, and Mr and %  rs, Ted Bystock. who will do ex( hibition dancing of Cuban and South American dances. Mr-. Albert Shkoler will act at master of ceremonies. Welcoming addle-will be given D) MrBott, invocation by MrAlbert Berson. ami president's greetings by Mrs Lillian Raffel. Hos tesses are MrWilliam Ber-on. MrIrving Bayer MrI'hiiip II %  : MrI-red Sandier and MrAbe Steinberg. In charge of the guest book are Mr.lack Bott and Mrs. David Meltzer Other committee workerinclude Mrs. Judy Braun. Mrs Bernie l^ffler, Mrs Harry Stone. Mrs LoinSilver and Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Jewish Women Launch Discussion Group Meetings Council of Jewish Women. Miami Division, will launch the first in a series of di-eus-ion group meetings on Monday evening. Nov. 7. at the home of Mrs. David Steinberg. 1540 Zuleta ave Coral Gables. Chairmen Mrs. Klry Stone and Mrs. Meyer Ba-kin. -aid that the series will highlight such topics BS mental health, flying saucers and the I'nited Nations Mrs. Leon Kaplan la president of the Miami Division. Guest speaker for the fir-t meeting wil be Philip Wal-h Moore, president of First Re-earch Corporation of Florida, who will discuss "Florida's Economic Future." Amity 28 Club Will Hold Costume Donee Forty Co-tume dance and party is being sponsored by Amity 28 Club on Saturday evening. Oct. 29, at the Town Branch of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Esther Grasian. president of the club. Working on the planning committee are Ruth Program Slates Skit and Pianist B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will fete all of their paid up members at a dessert coffee in the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon : Mrs. Irving Matlin is chairman. ; Program will include an original ; musical dramalogue entitled "The Crystal Ball." written and directed by Mrs. William Heckler and a guest pianist, eight-year-old Bobby Plascoff. who will play "Autumn ] Leaves." "Unchained Melody" and his own composition. "Fluffy." Christmas Says He's on 18-Hour Work Schedule City Commissioner Randy Christ mas. candidate for mayor, is now working on a 5 a.m. tp midnight schedule. In addition to city commission meetings and conferences, Christ mas. who last year was named "Dade County's Outstanding Young Man of 1954," has been making a half-dozen campaign meetings and talks every day, along with another dozen conferences with individual friends and supporters, and a couple of dozen telephone conversations. According to his headquarters, he intends to speed up the tempo of his campaign this week. Some 35 "coke parties" and rallies have been set up for the busy candidate in all parts of the city. Speakers for Christmas are pointing out "that he is the only I candidate for mayor with city commission experience, that he did a good job as commissioner and that he has the youth, strength and energy to carry out the rigori ous duties of the mayorship." Christmas himself this week said "I shall continue to stand up for what I believe to be right, and to maintain integrity and dignity in all my acts. Many things have been accomplished in the past two years toward the physical improvement of our city. I shall continue to help build Miami physically, culturally and morally. During my term of office, no new taxes were added. At the same time, many capital improvements were undertaken. I shall certainly strive to hold the tax line, and maintain economy at all levels, at the same time working for the things our growing city needs." His three-part platform, he jjidc "W. inclu^ "in, n V ca P"'l imp, '^" an economy MUSIC STUto Jamet Wili.r. *** !KM. ^n.l.^'^V ; -..< *4 H MjGUST BROS R f / rl wiu GETITD Re-Elect H. Leslie roo "en fr mtcm (OMMJSSJMB Pull Lever 11A N*. IM f. Rosenthal. Ruth Elkin. Kay Durner. Maralene Lurie. Sylva Eichet, Lillian Rosner. Sally Rosen, Morns Shaffer. Howard Margolis. Mor ris Turfreyer and Lillian Maffee. wI % % mprovemen IS HIS GOAL! FUTURE PLANNING with time-scheduled result. that s the keynote of Charlie Towle's plans to bring vitally needed improvements to a growing Miami. HE FOUGHT, through the columns of his weekly newspaper, to help Miami police get a 40 hour week. He has constantly advocated a shorter work week lor Miami policemen and firemen. HE BELIEVES that important improvements can be made without additional taxation. Money can be diverted from less important projects. HIS COMPLETE PLAN OF IMPROVEMENT for Miami will be explained in future ads in this newspaper Please watch lor them. I '14 i i < < t 4 4 4 4 Vote for... THE ONLY CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR WITH CITY COMMIS! EXPERIENCE! "A Businessman For A Businessman's Job!" E&ct CHAl F. (CHARLIE) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 u w i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 u\ % % % *9T GROUP CITY COMMISSIONER % fchA A A A A A A A A A A ''•'i Pel Adv.) ELECT CITY COMMISSIONER RANDY J\\m MAYOR



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October 28. 1955_ +Jewlsti tlurid San Page 9B rvices In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship .ep.GRANADA JEWISH .tions of the liturgy. Larry, son of JJL I. ER GRANADA JEWISH SJTY CENTER will hold Evening services itJA nl orninc services are at ,bbi Leo Heim will discuss •klv Portion and chant the portions of the liturgy. i serv.ces are at 10:30 a.m. Shapiro is junior rabbi. L mm v Lasko junior cantor. tt il'l be at 5:30 p.m.. folfbv Maariv. Daily services j:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. M HEBREW SCHOOL AND IEGATI0N will hold Friday services at 5:45. Saturday services are at 8:30. Nor£ii of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. lll become Bar Mitzvah. fsimon April will officiate, jgntor Bcrele Kelemer renfthe musical portions of the Subject of the sermon is |ed as: "The Achievement tacter." Class in Mishna will 1:45 p.m. Daily services are I am and 6 p.m. • • • IEUTE CENTER will hold Friday evening service! at 6. [grrices are at 8:15. Rabbi .i Ualavsky will officiate /reach on the topic: "Jewish Ion" Cantor Samuel Salkow Inder the musical portions of Eirgy. Mr and Mrs. Charles han will be hosts at Oneg St. Saturday morning servk at 8:30. Mincha will be at I.m followed by Shalos Scull ';. services arc at 7:30 a.m. 1 minutes before sundown. MTICELLO PARK CONGREm will hold Friday evening ( 5:30, Oneg Shabbat i at 8 15 Rabbi Isaac (will preach on the topic: "A ed Life Saturday morning i are at 9 Lick, son of Mr. ton Wasserstrom, 1136 Kh-t. will become Bar MitzDior service*, arc at 10:30 Kucha will be at 5 p.m.. fol|by Shalo> Seudos. Jack Sivin l host %  i f PLE ISRAEL of Miami will Friday evening services at ibhi Joxph Narot will offip)r. Samuel I) Wcissbuch, di1 of the Florida region, NaConference of Christians Ml, will be guest speaker. • I ISRAEL CONGREGATION ld Friday evening services p. Saturday morning services 19. Rabbi H Louil Rottman pficiate and preach on the Portion. Bible class is at p.. followed by Mincha and l Seudos. Daily services will pOa.m. and 5:25 p.m. • • JMTH ISRAEL NORTH|CENTER will hold Friday services at 8:30. Rabbi Herson will preach on fPic: "Taking Religion for •M Special consecration >*il be held for the pre-teen P"e§ Shabbat will folow. SatmorninK services are at 9 [* will follow ^LE B'NAI SHOLOM, 2701 P d ft. will hold Friday %  *rvicesal 8:15. Rev. Shelr a [' u ""I officiate and pon .he ,o P „-:-stand Up and P' 1 C ntor Ben GrossC 1 T lhc mu *u Porl 01 lh e liturgy. Saturday W serv.ee. are at fl. Norman. till L and Mrs Harr y Mol* • iFnllv C0NG GATION will ISattn eVening *"**•" %  ^ K'l! K h S, "" ; r >ahu SwirI Gartenh Refu **." Cantor VSSw"^ Ul render the f'Hal ar M 10 a !" >n rjun -Class ,n Talmud will ten,,, J EW,SH It 8 :15 /"* %  > evening servhh on K Htnry 0kollca K \ a 'J* ,0 P'e: "Three P'he,u r S > r mornin i erv ^. r ir^ ant0rMaUncc uer the musical por, tions of the liturgy. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Cooper, will beIcome Bar Mitzvah. The Coopers I will be hosts at the Friday evenine Oneg Shabbat. HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followetT by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., with Sunday services scheduled for 8 a.m. • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah CANDLEUGHTING TIME Heshvan 12—5:23 p.m. %  g < a plan will preach on the topic: "In Search of Happiness." Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class m Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Host is I. B. Eisenstein. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • # AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5:45 Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on the I Weekly Portion. Kiddush follows. i Mincha is at 5:30 p.m. Shalos Seudos and Maariv will conclude the Sabbath observance. Daily services will be at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m., with Sunday services at 9 a.m. • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening serv ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop iwill preach on the topic: "Not Religion but More Democracy Needed in Public Schools." Saturday morn ing services are at 9:45, with Jack Blumenfeld. son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Blumenfeld, celebrating his Bar Mitzvah. • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning, services at 8:30 a.m. are dedicated to delegates attending the 60th national encampment of Jewish War Veterans of the United States in Miami Beach. Rabbi Tibor Stern vy.il! discuss: "War Veterans are Peace Veterans." Cantor Maurice Mamehes will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m., with Mincha and Shalos Seudos following. Samuel Lerrier will be host. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN TER will hold late Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and preach on the topic: "Evidence of Faith." Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy, with Eli Samuels directing the choir. Saturday morning serv ices are at 8:45. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silow, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Abramowitz will discuss the Weekly Portion. 0 • • Z*AMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Late services are at 8:30, when Rabbi Leon Hurwitz diacUfr ses: "Daring to be a Jew." Mr. and Mrs William Locke will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son, Maury. • • • BETH EMETH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services at 7:30. Herbert Biuh wald will officiate, assisted by the choir. Subject of the sermon is: "The Covenant." • • • TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:15.-Rabbi David Shapiro will preach on the topic: "The Religion of Abraham." Saturday morning GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ifnniT ABOVE L.NCOLN ROAD ^^"Jri^. HEBREW 'NST.TUTE:.,.-, 7 s lU st ,,„„.„,„,. BET "...'? R A ,f I l ; lli ? NOREOAT 'ON-4n,H. Pr,„.,. laV e. ri„ l„x. I: ,,,,,i „ BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BE ^.,^ B esf^^ss^-sLSf^' -* ni ,h ""BE ^ph T K LA ". k ?,?. N k ? REGAT,ON -' j:r ,:, 1 UI *• %  OithodoK. Rabbi JoK! = C E ^ ACADE ^Y MS Itk t (Mb. x Rabbi Al.xanH., QrOH. "ie.T. r' S r AEL C0 N G R EC,ATI0N-1 II-. Ku. 11.1 ave. O ttodOX. Rabbi jotwn K. ( apian. %  an tor Abraham s.ir T 'aJid Loula'cawiel 1254 W **' ''"'' A "" l i '" n 'o*am. Rabbta Abraham CORAL CABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER-::.'.! l':,l,,,„o :,v. I.il,..r:,l. Rabbi Monii skop Cantor Irving RohinHun. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER-44 Zm..ia avc. Couaervatlve. Rabbi B. baon Uurwlti. Cantoi Rudolpb Brill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-1:!'. N\V Ird :n.OrUlOdoS Rabbi Ai la Bai ltr. HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD— 17:S Monro* sl Holly* I. Conaarvatlve Rabbi Bamual l^-r.-r. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD-20.W I'olk sl HoUyWOOd, ConMI-vanv. 1:1.1,1,i David Shapiro. Cantor Tehudab Hellbraun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE-lsn| South AndrcWI V( i'i Lauderdala Reform Rabbi Marlua Ranaon HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER -95] Baal 4lb :i\v. Conatlva. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL— 1::: \K ii'iii si. it.f'.rm. Rabbi JoMph Narot, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Bmerltoi. Cantor Jacob Bornatoln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER $1 North Miami ava. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Cantor Albert Qlanti. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -1 L'J"l N \V 17lh BVe FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER50 N\V "1st pi. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Lao Halm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13(30 w • i i'i\i. hy. Conaarvatlve. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH iNTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION —llth at. and MB 1Mb av. .'..,, u ..r<...* i.'u I'.l.l.i luip I ,,.r MOT Conservative. Rabbi laaac L< SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION. 2"vi Coral Way. Conservative. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE 3615 sw 3rd va. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Vaakov Roaanbera. Orthodox. Rabb v.i.ih.iv Roaanbera*. BETH EL CONGREGATION — KM SW 17th BVe. Shmaryahu T. Bwlraky. Cantor Louli Oartenhaua. ISRAELITE CENTER 1198 sw 14th ter. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Bamual Salkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION-1101 KW l-'lb avc-. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Keh WEST MIAMI EST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER-5720 sw nth it. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. w services are at 9. Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ramo, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily morning services are at 9. • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg, national chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans, will be guest speaker. Subject of the sermon is: "An Adventure in Democracy." Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of West Miami Jewish Center and JWV Florida State chaplain, will participate. Saturday morning services are at 9, when Kabbi Lehrman discusses the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Daily services are in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on the topic: "Must the Children of Abraham be Sacrificed Again?" Saturday morning services are at 10:45. Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fishman, 9760 Bay Harbor ter., and David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wieder, 4461 Royal Palm ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE wi hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Chapel fixtures contributed by Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector will be dedicated. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will preach on the topic: "Making a Life—Or Making a Living." Oneg Shabbat will follow, with the Spectors as hosts. Saturday morning services are at 9. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis ^CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FLAGLER fi/ightSetviu % 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. 1 PHONE 64-2626 Yes—you can shop around for a new car, but, LUBY SELLS FOR LESS!! See Luby before you sign for any car! Baron, and Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Gordon, will become Bar Mitzvah. Kiddush will follow. Daily services are scheduled for 7.30 a.m. and 6 p.m. • • BETH T F I L A H CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will preach on the Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m., he will discourse on the subject: "Beware of Favoritism." Mincha is at 4:30, followed by Shalos Seudos. Maariv is at 6 p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on: "Where Realism and Faith Meet." Class in Talmud precedes the service at 8. Class in Bible is scheduled for 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swartz will be hosts. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Late services are at 8:30. In the absence of Rabbi Alfred Waxman. gues't speaker will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Kducation. Subject of the sermon is: "Democracy and Judaism." Center choir will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sabbath school will be at 9:30. 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Page 10 B +Je*ist> Fhrkfiar Frid ON THE LEON UVTTERMAN — lay, Selznick Trying a Repeat (iWTW THE CHANGELINGS. By Jo Sinclair. Book Company, Inc. $3.75. 322 pp. New York: McGraw-Hill By HILARY MINDLIN JO SINCLAIR'S third novi I (her first, "Wasl won the II N Iward i"i 1946) examines a common phenol rn A liborhood in HUN in the pi changing from t tehes in the block <•! East I om • it tl V with I ;; • t thl m \ %  : tl"' Film-maker David 0 Selznick, the brilliant Jewish motion picture producer wh< le peihaps more an$ other symbolise! alg-time Hollywood throughout the world, this rck tat m motion a major guessing same in the American film capital ie question'? Which will he Selznick first movie under Inn. w areement to produce films for RKO distribution? Producer Selznick, v h Gone W ith the Wind' i u-iqucs tionablj the most successful film ever produced, is rehii fo itorj with the %  <-, pl which has hecn tub* ithors, publishei %  In production at i vith a movie ol %  size type and quality I with Ins past famous productions And everj star In Hollywood has wired or Suci ni{ht in his „,,,,, be filmed h "*tklii Davnl <) Si %  ,k „.„ • **tes1 „„.;.. ^0*"^Mil and hi, good %  ">• •> mttttfl Born in 1902, in Pitteburth P, ^Davidfl tiiSTff Bchooh and t J**.l his I indiiti. I usssts ter he | ie i re, came back to serie Ma c with a Soon David .ron in ihe id v..u first .,, MG J* tO Hoi I) W i'l I lore sensil i find thi leleph Iznick to assure him of his or her coIns new product \ ..r have been going around Hollywood ato which piece of fiction might l>e Ins First film Mut Selznick will not confirm the rumors ami. even on weekends, the lights blaze tar Into the v i famil). this summer bel ire hei jianges to her i onlj vagui I) i nse, wordli • >lj • 11 r gan had sud : n at %  • overhi trangely disturbing Others ihe groped .ifor shadowji objects in a darl rl then was so %  onlj the Si te," for in lid Mi Levine m \\' 1 Hi ^1 F§\\~ AMlT'f -^ t her, "Whattsthe differenci betwi the '*• ** w ** %  % %  %  ^ ~— hi Black Ones? Both roll like a flood over you until you ensile! s as tl cami \ • %  HI ii. with l>, • II made ln-n a shorts i. r .. '..,,., ,L. l M0 M application, shorts prir ucer ihpn ,„ "• then the, had' l„ m ^7^1 International Pi '•-•. ^ ture bister) which ha, mad,. I' %  % %  sean hina desi housing • hold a mirror up to the souls ol the people I • %  120th rs, old and n< a all their shames and -•• %  i med Out of ihe Writer's Very Private Diarj pen w hat matters is a s iddi who we are w hi thej i TO JULES GOLDEN, thi young poet bed-ri Iden with %  bad heart, n of what his family, his stn In verse he ehampioned the v What a small world it really has become. Picked up a Hebrew : published la Israel and began to read you know what Nothing else but Harry Truman's mei • %  the i • though irreel is often "crippled.' powerless "In to act i ffectivel) Its importance lies in starting thi in the first step toward action •' roll for Judy, who has the "heart" and the courage Jud) discovers the complexities ol the adult i the light of the simplicity ol the %  hild's She wn developing values "what's ( on welter ol issues crossing, emotions short-circuiting each and prejudice of the last generation. "Changelings!" See they'll do II Over hell and high water." And the and race even the barrier oi "the long moment Will come tun: ,wi powei • • ike the rich emotional content of the i ii the perpetual chicken soup %  : P on the raging conflicts between i hi inks that are rn by l f 1 he; also ha< t shout 5.000 Ml<; s A b; lat> ion Thu influence tO the Mcdlter i. but also d Indian oceans This would mean that the Truman doctrine, which W1 %  move to block Soviet penetration "' "' would be breached like the was breached In Prance by the Nazi World War II This di-mal prospect %  Department .. headache because at ol the higher officials knows what '•" to paralyze effectively the Soviet action It is clear that an important sector oi the Middle would become %  Soviet outpost becaui moirs. which is being fad in as big doses in Israel as m America Knglish papers headline of V OtOI remind me of storj about Israeli delegation visiting Mo cow for some concession L wired back to Israel: I.o Tw (No good.) Israel cabled back, "Mah lo tov?" (Whafs no good?) And the answer was "Moloto\ Probably just a story What is happening to all the money pouring in to Arab countries for oil "M" says that it may bring about a revolution one of these days in Saudi Arabia It has brought about a terrible state of corruption with a small number in the top brackets riding around in Rolls Royces. but little of the money trickles down to the masses, who are show m | signs of unrest In Iraq. "M it is different, at least to some extent There a Development Rudget has been established and the money is being used for various publicprojects, chiefly irrigation "M" further says that the land ol Ivery fertile and once it hi rigation, the land will cry out for settlers Would be a wonderful place to settle the Arab refu lam When Dr. Dov Joseph was 1 several years ago on a speakin tour for Israel Boade, he triad to expedite matters in the dr:! ol Israeli oil. There had been %  lot hut l mach \ing far] 'ne of the roast headed bj a Morami Dm Joseph koshor delicatessens. Miss Rudellat is not Jewish Sosw ly cornered this correspondent at the White Ii"" sC f K$i and asked about the problem. HOI I 's replenish.* J The runs tere inr-ja A few WJJ Shortly thereafter. I was at opply. I saw canned kasha soup. brew with appropriate rabbinical signatures White House announced that President Eisenhower diJ conference. This seemed an opportunity the soup. When I showed my pass and sought to enter tl ference room. Secret Service officers poked si th' P P* •Ju>t some >wv for n irmW I poi" r! question endangered the forcing France to take it strength of the UN. by I ominous temporary exit .iJ he Arab ^P made no sW of its elatio the outcome of the Algeria vote. i„ fact 1, the fact that Israel voted for the French vfcwpc welcomed arm They politely asked its contents reim inhered too late that "soup" is a slang tem powerful liquid explosive. To demonstrate the innocence of kasn V!nrt h w label. But I am not sure if the Hebrew lettering so convince them. They suggested that I waw attend the conference without it. Rudellat ** Later the soup was safely deUvered M_i^ v u^ ^ talking to United Press eorrespondent Merrimm ing: "Ifs really delicious." John Fo"^ Not long thereafter I was in Secretary of wkt Mr. Dulles' receptionist. Mrs_ '„ ^ h rye bread ^ ^^ outer office. deep interest in kasha soup incident, I agreed with Mrs style rye. old-fashioned Jewish rye ^ „. i ..rH with Mrs Butler on



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jirVfevTVocatloiial Guidance wees Available in Dade County Jewi§§) Fhrkttan bawetinjt "< lhe ^ [L committee of tig Luiv Sen c< "•'" held Re home ol 11*. Ut. m i nv PW rtties of < h (K '' Lv the JF3 Um. ber and i in r ',?" krival in V, i lop I s reportr rpreIflscussin! the guidance were: \y Gilke> i i '" r of _rvic< County Mile Instruction; C'arke .net supervisor, Vocalabilitatinn Division; and Fspuirer. director, Guidler. University of Miami. Iron acted as moderator, hel reported that increaskion habeen given to | of young i" pl fot voJoidance help The Deof Public Instruction lias bwnneed itdesire "to (sificant increase in peri wa> reported that pub| lbe importance of help to young people con sufficient!) developmel agr i that many leave school preinai go intu <" i upationa for ley are n*t best suited. %  Its in a In-in economic ity for society and much to those who have alclve> to be misdirectkj(l iaid Each orjjanizaitMII, i ii operation, %  tinue to improve publess of tlii expanded servDr. Htrbtrt Sanderson Program was prepared by Dr. Sanderson and David F. Cat.sman, of the Agency's vocational service* Df Sanderson .'aid JFS vocational guidance services "will reach many young people both through individual and through group guidance who can make effectiveuse of help, who without this Service mighl be denied it." Dr. Sanderson reported that even without any cftort at publicity a considerable number of young people, as well as older persons, dissatisfied with their vocational choice have been coming to the Agency for guidance. In addition, plans ,are going forward for group guidance services to be • made available to youth groups known to the Greater Miami JewI ish Community. Ihase Federal Wi'l Open a! 163rd lopping Center in North Beach r office of ( hase Federal kid Loan Association will res the itreel from what pe 163rd Strict Shopping North Miami Beach on |Oct. 31 rh will bring |numb( i l | T.I' Irving Dade i • inty to four tnain 1100 LinI and branches located at 1st., and 7471 ( ollini ave., lath. C Talton has been ap^anagcr of thi I base FedIst. office b) c L. ClemNdent of the financial inTalton. who resides with 1663NK Wlsl st. North *ach. j.-, an assistant vice 'of Chase Federal and is loan officer at the *m office. ,\ graduate of jwsity of Miami School of Administration. Talton *a* immediately upon his 1 as an assistant %  Chase Ped< ral quarters r ry until the new 163rd FPPing tenter i, complet. Page) 7 A "'el'.SS ''1"J S '"/'*' <"*• Foreign Ministers m g 1 A Ihursday. but it is not expected Antoine Pinay, the French For; ign viet Union. Eliahu Baason, Israel ,h: '' thc conversation will be greatMinister, in Geneva later in the envoy to Rome, attended thc talks lv •*** week, but his most important meet'' "' ,,x i>''" on Arab affairs. Id] luesd v. Mr. Sharett had an ex-'tag is expected to be that with SoShareit w.is to -< c the British and Umded meeting M I. P id-Uiet Foreign Minister V. M American foreign secretaries gar Faure of France. He will seeltov in Geneva on Friday. *.< <• r.ifM ed. At that time, the Chase office will move into permanent quarters in the Center. In addition to Tattoo, George W. Valentine and Al bcrt Bliss will form the neucleus of the institution's staff. In announcing Talton's appoint ment, Clements stated tint at the 1 %  nt time there is no financial institution in North Miami Beach offering savings facilities, home loans and other financial services The office hours of the new Chase branch will be from 9 a.m. to 4, p.m., Tuesday through Friday. On | {Monday the branch will be open from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. Talton is an associate member of the Florida chapter of the Society of Residential Appraisers, as well as a member of the South Florida chapter of the Society of Saving and Loan Controller*. A native of Daytona Beach, Talton is a member of the Dayton Beach Klks lodge. Chase Federal Savings was charteied in 1934 and since that time has grown to a financial institution with resources in excess of 50 million dollars. Each of the four offices of Chase Federal is equipped with the latest and finest business machines and a completely trained staff is on hand to serve the thousands of customers who | avail themselves of the financial services offered. One of the first sponsors of a television program in Dade county. Chase Federal is currently presenting "Douglas Fairbanks Presents"—s dramatic -cues over WTVJ on Monday evenu Heading Chase Federal Sai is Charles -. Clements, its founder : and president. A native of Georgia. Clements came to Dade county in 1925. In 1934, he organized the j First Federal Savings and Loan Asj sociation of Miami Beach and served as president and secretary of that association until the late Frank A. Chase joined him as secretary. WE'RE OVERSTOCKED! SO NAME PRICE NO REASONABLE OfFf* REFUSED SALE FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY NYLON TUBELESS US.RoyalMasterj —1 MIAMI 500 W. 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Page 4 B +Jcwist)rhx-Mior) Mrs. Liebman to Address Hebrew Academy Women's Tea Mrs. Malvina Weiss I.cilimnn. supervisor of elementary education lor Dade county schools, will address Hebrew Academy Women at a membership tea Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 2. in the home Of Mrs, Charles Fruchtman. 2545 Flamingo pi., Miami Beach. Mrs. Liebman will dlscuu the school's role in the life of the community. Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, hostess lor the afternoon and nationally known for her philanthropy and actiyc participation in religious and cultural community organizations, will unveil a new "life membersfiip" plaque dedicated to Individual life members of Hebrew Academy Women Mrs Benjamin Appei. membership chairman, said that a final report meeting held Monday indicatethat more than 1(K) women will be eligible t<> attend the paidup membership tea Mrs Appel will award gold medallionto all life members, and special citations will ha presented to those "liD bung in 10 new mombers, according to Mr-. Fruchtman Mrs Jonah Caplan will introduce the program The afternoon's enainmenl iii Include member"I the Hebrew Aiademy chnr.il ip, who will present several bers under the direction of Miriam Donni i ;tag. Tifereth Israel to Honor Cantor Albert Glantz Sunday. Nov. 13, has been -ot aside by Tifereth Israel North side Center to honor Cantor Albert 'Glantz with a special testimonial dinner at the Bel Aire hotel. Cantor Glantz was one of the original founders of Tifereth 1-. rael. "For the past six years, he has been rendering his services without accepting any financial remuneration," Rabbi Abraham Her-on, spiritual leader, said Wednesday. ( h >nnan ln i Mrs. Jonah Caplan (left), program chairman of Hebrew Academy Women, greets Mrs. Seymour Liebman, of the Dade county school system. Mrs. Liebman will be quest speaker at the Nov. 2 luncheon of Hebrew Academy Women in the home of Mrs. Charles Fruchtman. \—ting Mrs Fruchtman will hi Mesdames Irving Firtel, dent, Hebrew Academy Worn Abraham Mason and Alexander n. membership co-chairmen Members of the arrangements e are the Mesdames Cohei IN i man Ki-cnbeiv \\ il iel M Grundw • Jacob i> Kati Henrj Liebman Louis Makovsky, wiU, Hymen Sandier. David Seid Alex Miller. Joseph. E Rackovitz, Joseph Shapiro. Miriam Solkoff Samuel Keinhard. Sidney RubinoIsidore Spoiler and Edna Selil. ar < Herman Goldberi Ch ft, Kat,. LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products hove Rabbinical Supervision 26th and Coll ^SsiSr'. FO SUPEKB 0iNN£fiS ...FOR COCKTAHS ... FOR DANCING A wognlfictnl R*ttavrcnt ih o of Hi* world'i "Oil pedoculcr v~il ..w TNt TOP O TNI THE COLUMBUS HOTEL. UmiM loJtvo'rf at i' V...I • Miami REOPENS Thursday, October 27th LACK CAESAR FORGE Gourmet Club HI\F. ril.l.AR llhvrAIRWT JcWtOUA, J(fL CHARCOAL IROILED % %  ... ,.>Uncomporob^ otmosphere for .JgXBOB PARTIES r %  Completely Ah Conditioned 5?m' nji Ko sHiR POOH JOSHIR RESTAURANT MUCTUJ|. MP ***** in Oinin, P,. Mf o.^Jt *}f£ '•••tmciKR Tl DINNER FROM $1.35 r._ — %  %  mum si I "*' WASHINGTON AVL OPPOSITE CITY JAM Oper. Daily n „, to m ——.a CITY HALL MIAMI REACH 6iturdy 5 p.m. to I p M for 0\HHt* HlfiiW CHINA DOLL CHINESE and AMERICAN RESTAURANT tmumm IN cmtsi nmu MNUS BUSINESS LUNCH DINNER .... f rom 95c PLENTY OF FREE PARKING '^•'portocfjoMng for OEE/.GB PARTIES WO PARTIES:• COCK 1411 C4 TIC-IMS WE ARE NOT AFFECTO IY THE SI* DELANO HOTEL *fa MIMMR DINERS CLUI



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Page 12 B + i~utnrrkUiri GLOBAL SHORTS NEW S IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS THE HAGUE (WNS)— Professor T C. Vriezen, of the Dutch State University at Groningen. this week counselled curtailment of Dutch missionary activities in Israel Addressing a meeting of Dutch churchmen here. Professor Vriezen asserted that "a good service could be rendered to the State Of Israel by sending fewer missionaries to the Holy Land." Monticello Park Forms Parents Leag ( ongregation 'ems facing Jewish education "We also aim to bring parents and children closer together through the school and to give our ft/ teachers an opportunity to learn ; VIIICO JO Clofc fo Monticello Park this week announced the formation of a Parents league Association in conjunction with the congregation's religious school. Rabbi Isaac Lerer Wednesday ( a Sbut the individual pupils back explained that the function of the ground." he said newiy tormed group will be to give j Actively participating in the parents an opportunity to become wor k f th* organisation are Mrs familiar with the school, its staff, j D. AbramowiU, chairman; Mrs. I policies, curriculum and the prob-' Steinberg. Mrs N. Ostrov. M. Ie Group 1 ,m s. S nJ =wiA!3tt PARIS iWNS>—A communique reiterating denial that France sold any of its new Mystere jet fighters to Israel was Issued hereby the Foreign Ministry Declaring that the •Ministry feels it necessar) to reaffirm in most categoric fashion that no airplane of the type known Mystere has ever been delivered by France to Israel.'' the cum munique noted that -there is. therefore, no question that any such plane could actually be Ln service in the Israel Air Force ." the CavalierrS | Souci hotel. Speaker win ^ ^ 1 die. LONDON (JTA) The French Moroccan struggle for national autonomj has aggravated the position ol the Jews in Morocco, accord i,, a rep ented to the Board of Deputies ol British lews Sorre o| the Moroccan Jews, "more advanced economical!;, and SO) j are "assumed" to be siding with Prance, while "lar | groups ol li ws support the nationalist movement, but the net result la that Jews often suiter attacks "for allegedly supporting one sid the other, : their position has become gravely unsettled." the report stab GENEVA (JTA) Israel exported 4.700.000 Swiss franci worth ol ds to Switzerland durinf the first seven months of this year, it was announced here, In addition, Israel repaid 29.000.000 Bwta francs in credil The Swiss exported 15.000,000 franc wort!-, ol goods to Israel ON THE AMERICAN SCENE WATERBURY, Conn., (JTA Cooperating with the Waterbury Chamber of Commerce, the Jewish Federation has assumed responsibilitj for carrying out part of the much-needed survej ol the extent ol ies from the recent floods suffered by business firms In the area, it announced lure Federation siati members are conducting the i j amoi Jew ish companies UNITED NATIONS (JTA) V V Kuznetsov, Firs! Deput] Minister ol the S I head ol the Soviet delegation to the ted Nations General Assembly, told s press conferem 5 /let Government views the sale ol arms by Czechoslovakia to it a .i "purelj commercial arran emenl between two sovereign intries Vsked ab< I M cow's readiness or willingness to join the in a four power guai the Mid I Kuznel lid thai Russia's o n to the i is well kn< SANTIAGO, Chile WNS) A r it which threatened to undermine Zionist I •nietit in Chile Came to an end this week when ; was reached among the various parties in the Zionist Federation ihe composition ol an executive Under the agreement, the result of 1 and len (th) negotiations, th i ive is to consist ol all Zioni t ips, iron; Herul to Mapam Leon Gomberoff, Labor Zionist, i %  i denl oi the execul WASHINGTON (WNS) Provision by the is oi Jet planes and to Israel to offset the armEgypt i~ to receive from the CoirnnuI bloc ol countries was urged this week on the Administration by 1"> Representatives from New York The Congressmen also urged thai the is embark al once on establishing i security pact with Israel "guar eing the integrity of her borders and that of her Aral) neighbors The question ol the Ilou oi Communist munitions into the Ml Idle Fast reported to have been given serious consideration at ;, meetin iational Security Council. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL REHOVOTH WNS Ol the total number of 585 agricultural settleU in braI 74 Dr. Faitlowitch conducted four exploratory expeditions among the Falashas between 1904 and 1913, gaining the confidence of the darkskinned Jews who had been cut off from Jewry lor thousands of \< an and thought themselves the only remaining Jews in the world FLA SHES FROM THE NE AR EAST ISTANBUL (WNS)—Official tabulation of the results of the recent municipal elections here confirmed the election of Jo eph Salniona. prominent Jewish leader, to the Istanbul City Council. The only Jewon the Council, Mr. Salmona is secretary general of the Laj Council of the Turkish Rabbinate Istanbul has an estimated Jewish population of 46,000 TUNIS (WNS)—A sharp resolution of protest against the inclusion of a Jew. Albert Bessis, in the new Tunisian Cabinet was submitted this week to the Bey of Tunis by the Moslem religious tribunal A communal leader. Mr. Bessis is the only Jew in the new all Tunisian Government CASABLANCA (JTA)—A. L. Easterman. political director of the World Jewish Congress, has arrived here with Dr. G. M. Wagner and If. Caplan for what was termed an 'information visit They will meet with French and Moroccan leaders. GatfS, DAD I MY PASSBOOK IS LIKE YOURS IKOLD SON vrmi ins CHASE FEDERAL PASSBOOK, proud father xvlio made it possible. They're more than pals now... they're partners in the Chase Federal Savings which is owned by all of its members, and where each account is insured to $10,000. Dad recalls (and it seems not so long ago!) when his father opened a saungs account for him. And as he grew, the sa\ings account grew in principal plus dividends... paying his way through college, opening the doors to a career and the good things of life. Fortunate, indeed, is the boy or girl who learns early in life die practical lessons of systematic thrift—through a Chase Federal Savings Book that is just like dad's! It's so easy to open a sswngs account, with any amount. Current Dividend Rate 3 %• /* a mum STABILITY AND EAININC ATTESTED IT 42 CONSECUTIVE DIVIDENDS FEDERAL Mfiftil AMD LOAN ASSOCIATION k 1W0 LINCOLN ROAD 7474 COLLINS AVI. i M? 425 4Ht $T* T < M l See "DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. PRESENTS". Every ~ !" -*^j



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NOTICE T*r. Wl&BKBr'aivgi .hut ,., in iname of I >'V'^ r ,•,',•„!. 10 register • %  /'L county, Florida sl ',';' r i RN Sole owner M'I .%  — IN %  tint (0 III' AND FOR DADE '"CHANCERY. NO 184034 M.aU)VER. iu.ii.tlff. Lt/iV'ER i'. %  lulant • I'T FOR DIVORCE |. ,: 0M>VKR f %  Sl [ rlda Inknowa ,hi H (,",, Divorce has I n ., II.I you are re,.„ ,,f v ..ii Answer [ %  ill ,,t i 'omplalnt glnat AnI. Court on ortotan „ of November, l65. ne nt by default you for the 'n.l-.l E "'" l!i f '"" %  ..... ihaD I-published one; i f,r four consecutive weeks il-UISII 1-:.-KIl'lAN Ewp ORPBRBD a Miami. ,;; |4ti, d) of October, A.I>. ,B LRATHERMAN, dr, ull Court. llllllt) I' I lH AN lOLRNOYER [ ..,.,|, l-.-puty l l.ik CAIN % %  • Plaintiff ... ._ Pet, Miami. Ha. 114-11 JCIRCUIT COURT. ELEV%  UDICIAU CIRCUIT, DADE W FL0RDA. IN CHANCERY BOTH, Plaintiff, ROTH, %  Street, ,nu. ma ilnat the IIRA R08KNZW Kltl, d.. ana' lllm-d*. to •raMe Count) J ulgi of 1 inda I %  Hi.name in their lie r..-i : ihouse la unt,. Florida, within eight [ %  nornlm from lh< -late of the laid • lalma ntaln the legal adind to be iwo) n I i • aid, or 1i bai %  % %  her 5, A 11 |) (TON A EPSTEIN AiH'iii;, r \ Administrator r.A ol thi I'-• ite of K\ R08EN2WKK1, [BEI3IAN & KAPLAN wr AnrilU ftraior i'T \. [CJRCIJIT COURT OF THE Int. IC '* L CIRCUIT IN AND IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN T ,, ...„ No. 183671 1 WILKINS, Plaintiff fall. B, WII.KINS J BY PUBL,C;'T,'o'N n riti"'"' v Hfornla til'-, HERKHV NOTIPIBD I Divorce ', t you, and yon %  %  copy I %  Kill of ComIKI Ir.?, ta '" ,lri attorney, I,,'," %  I .inch, I la and file f 0 111 ,,n or mber. 1955. f„ u '"ken ..confessed "'" of o lofenr, J'KATHRRMAM, ,.; D put) trier*. 1 ;>'Y HIVRN -.,,. • nnci il, r s A-| v Vl .' IHl i-.r.-.-Ar r ui,( '' .;",',' ,"• %  -. • %  '• %  l of |,.,,i, i-,,, IM V] ( 7 T '-:IM:ISI.:S. INC, LEGAL NOTICE +Jm>ixtin*-*ti~ r Page 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai thr underauned, rleatrln* to ^IIK.,K, in bualnea under the fictitious name ,,f HELEN BAR, at I i 5tb Ktreel Miami Heiu-h, Intenns to r ( -|fist--i said name with the <"lerk of the I'lrcult Court of l>nde I'nunlv, 11m iila io/u.7i'.'i, J i 1, ,, ;" KKX s ""-' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN thai the undenurned, .i.-airinit to eneaa-e In huslixs I,I, de, the flctltloua liaiii. r.f NAN \\ 11.1.1 AM. at IM7 lt.,v | Miami iteiich. intends |o reclater mid name with the Clerk ,.f u,, circuli I !oUM of MUM "omit,. Ploi Ida NAN K' IV RN 10/11-51*1 11 | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183935 MVItNA KAUFMAN BERNSTEIN, Plaintiff, HARRY KAUFMAN and ELIZABETH KAl'KMAN, Defendants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HARRY KAl'KMAN and ELIZABETH KAUFMAN 614 Mh Street Ftolrmont, West Virginia TOU ARE. HEREBY NOTIFIED that MYI'.N.T KAUFMAN HKRN8TEIN, a Plaintiff, has filed Complain! in the Above Court t-> foreclose a MortKane against the following real pr op er t y, lying and being altuata in Dadei County. Florida, to-wlt: Lota 1. 2. and 3. In HI,,, k 3 of TROPICAL ACRES, according to the I Mat thereof, recorded In Plat Hook 43 at Paa> 32 of the 1 -iil.li. Record* of I>a.v ir you fall t-, to so, judgment by default win be taken against you for the teller requested In the Con, plaint Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12th day of October, K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clark Circuit Court By I. BNEEDEN, (Circuit Court s-.ii. Deputy Clerk 10 14-21-28 — lit NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51856 Noil.-e Is hereb) given thai BEN BOSK IN, holder as assignee of City ,.f Miami Tax Bale Certificate Numbered 1SS2, dated the Is) da) of June. A D, IfSJ, has filed Raid Certificate In my office, and ban made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In dance with lav. said Certificate embraces the following described piop.-rtv, situated In Dade County, Floi ol.i. to wit l,ot fi. Block IS, Subdivision of the 1 >al.Mill) i Ti ai i Addition Number One, Plat Book I, Page 7". In the city of Miami County or Dade, siate .,r Florida The assessment of said property uml.-r the Cei 'ii Ii ate Issued was In the name >r UNKNOWN Unless said Certificate shall be redi emed i rdIng to law, tax deed "ill laaUO thel I on the th dav .-f November, A.D. Dated this ith day of Oi tober A i 1 K. 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, i lade Count) Floi Id i Bv N. C 8TERRETT. (Circuit Court s-ai> Daput) Clerk 10'7-14-2l-28^IP/4 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED PlM 51912 Notice Is hereby irlven thai MAX R. RILVBR, Ttu.-tee. holder as assignee or City of Miami Tax Bale Certlflcatt Numbered fit, dated the 1st day or June. AD. 19...1. has riled said Certificate III my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law, Bald Certificate embraces the following -iscribed Property, situated In Dade County, lortda, to-wlt: Lot CS, Blk 4. C.ar.leii City, Plat Book "., Page 73. In the City Of Miami, County of Dade, State ol Plorida. The assessment or said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name <,r UNKNOWN. Unless said Certificate shall iredeemed according to law, tax deed will issue ihei.on on the th da\ of November, A.D I Ml Dated 19.-,;. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ^FDRVA U D D E'^ •'.• \\ : 'i %  i'"v"'.' %  ';i. l! "" :i *''"' B, k """ •l<;H.\ CAP.PITA and Mi:.,i.„, N CARFITA, Ml Wife NOTICE BY PUBLIC'AVIO'N"'" SUIT FOR MORTGAGE •c, „ ,,v FOR ECLOSURE I" JOHN CICCARIBLLO, also Known .,JOHN illl> AP.KI.U and ANGELA cic, APIKI.I.I, %  knortii :, v ANOKLA CHIC ARELLI, hi. wife, Centra Avenue, Ontario, Callfornlt. I. JOHN CICCARIKLIXI also AIMSIV ',"" N '"HICARKLL a V.M.KI.A CH1CARELLI, his wife, i thai a Complain! I". '' %  ot Mortgage on the '""owing described property, situate, >.",d being In Dade County, I k"T?. 1 < PARADISE AI.K. according to the p n : rded in Plat Book IS page :,;, of ti„p„i.i„ u rds of Dade ( ounty, Floi Ida has been riled against you -n ,i >,,,, ; ,,.,. i • >i in. ,| t,. set i>e i op) ot your ,\nswei or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff a Attorney, '>RGE CHERTKOF. 807 CMympla Building, Miami ;j, Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading in the office ..r ti„. clerk of the Circuit court pn or before the IMH dav .,f November, IvSS. n you rail to do no, Judgment by default win i. taken against you for the relief d-manded in the inn ,,r Complaini This Notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive week! in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE an,l ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this lMh da> of October, A 11 %  K. B I.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida B> : WM. W. STOCK INC. (Circuit court s.aii Deputy Clerk GEORGECHERTKOF Attorne) f-,r Plaintiff 6OT-I10 i ilympla Building Miami 32, Florida M 21-28 — ll 4-11 this 4th day Of October. A.D. | l! LEATHERMAN, Clerk or Circuit Court, Dade County, Florldu By N c. STERRETT, (Circuit Court Sealt DoPUt) Crk 10 ,14-21-28 — 11/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t-engage > huslnes under the rictltious name of ALTON CLASS %  MIRROR, at Hit Alton Road, intends 10 register said nan,.with the Clerk of Hi-Circuit Court >>r Dade ''"i"" 1 Flo JACi.n RTEIGER, Sol*Owner IO/14-2I-2 H — 11 /4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring %  > eni huslnes under (he fictitious name of THE GIFT B M: I|1 "' U nue. Miami Beach. Florida, nt-i„i%  said name with the < lei of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, 1 "" MAURICE MALMUTH KoVNKIt %  MANNHKIMER l f.,i The (Jlfl IO/7-14-I1-2X ^_^_ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996 LUCILLE KALPHAT, Plaintiff. \ i HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, l lefendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, M Old Hope Road, Llguanea, JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES You %  tald HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, are hereb) notified that a Bill "f Complaint for Dlvi r baa i„, n filed agalnai you, and you are ... i cop) ol youi An* Pleading to the Bill of Complain) on the plaintiffs Attorney, PHILLIP 0 ENOELHERG, 304 Roper Bldg 20 s K Si -I VVI nue, Mlai II Ida CS \ and file the original Answei or Pleading in the offlct ol the clerk .,r the Circuit Court on or before the lint da) of November, 1956, to 1 -I", judgment b) default "ill be taken agalnai you for the relief demanded fii the BUI ol i 'omplaint i hli not Ice shall be published ones each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 13th da) of October, A.D. i: p. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. Bv I, SNEEDEN, M curt Seal) Deputy Clerk PHILLIP c BNGELBERO, Attorney for Plaintiff :;,n Roper Building, 20 B.E. Srd Ave Miami 82, Florida in 21-28 il 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY '.ivl.S Hot the uitd. rslgned, desiring I %  • ngagi in huslnes iind.i the fn iconname <>' TRU-TONK KK< 'ORDlNtl Si I l 1 .No, In, ,, „t It 14 K.s Rth Intend to register • *,",,'. Clerk of Do Cl ait Co ,i t ol Pole Count), Floods. M I.AIM:\ M FINN HENRY STONE MAX P ENGEL Attorney forTru-T rdlng Studio ,4-21-28 NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183990 HERBERT F HEWITT, Plaintiff. vs. SUE IIKWITT. Delendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO BUK IIKWITT Klmberl) Hotel 74th street ,t Broadway New York M, New York v.,,, gre hereby notified that a nin ,,r Complaint for Divorce has been i i against you. and you are required to serve %  y "'.>"'"' A !" aver or Pleading to the Bill ••< I -"",,,,„, „„ the Plaintiff 's Attorney, GKOROE A. OBRIEN. W, .<* !" m Building. Miami. Florida, and ilta Uje original Answei or Pleading In the Sric. or the Clerk oi the Circuit ,-,,„,, on or bef the i th da) ol November, lSt. If you fail t" so, mdVii-n. l-v default will be taken iUaTnil vou foi the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint This notoe shall be publlah. I ,.-,, h week for tour consecjJtlve TIIK JEWISH F1RH)IAN ,n DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Ki'.rri., thM i.'.th.i.o ofOctSbar. AH. %  ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Cl %  %  "'•• I,.,,I,. County, i'i" B) L BNEEDEN. ill court Seal* Deput) Clerk GKOROE \ l ,|:ll ., x SSSfi HI • %  %  %  -"•' 1-, 21-28 ll 1-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UND| L !" TITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,"•','., k of '' COUII Ol Pad,. •'""'">• "ROSEMARY I' SEWTON cl'UTlss B NEWTON i,,UVs1i\ LKVKNSON & PERKY iil„nevs'for Rosemsr) Olft M ling, Miami 11 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai %  „ui,'i!'''• %  '-";"-' 1 'l-siring to engage in busiiMs under the fictitious name of A C EQUIPMENT BALES, at |08 N.W. I7th Avenue, intend to legist, r said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. PATRICK ANTONEU.I M.V ^ WILLIAM CESAR MAX P. RNGEL Attornef for A C Riiuipment Sales ,|4 Bfscayne Building 28 ll l-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In puslnes imii.i th,rictltious name of IM Ni'AN MOTORS COMPANY i not o" ai 1180 \ W lth Street, M norlda, inti nd to register said name with the Clerk --f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY ROROSKY ELRY ST,,NK l : ;l:XK Attorn*) foi i "in, .in Motors I oi i i I" tl-28 —H 4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnes undei the fictitious name of FLORIDA SALES CO., at 132 N K rvth sti.-ei, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cln ull Court ot Dade County, Florida WILLIAM KROLAND LARRY SCIll.oSRKRi; 10/21-18 II i-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslnes under the flctltloua name of VII, LACK TAVERN, ai IM] N.W 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk <-r the Circuit Court <>r Dade Count,. Florida, GEORGE P. MUNDY HENRY M. CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2520 West Flagler-St., Miami. Florid* 10/21-38 — 11/4-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign.-,i, desiring to engage In buslnes undei the fictitious name ol KIRK JEWELERS, at 2< N.K. 1st Ave., Miami, l-'la intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade Colllltv. Kloiiila. KIRK JEWELERS, INC. BHAPIRi i A I RIED, Attorneys Attorn-,for Applicant 4L'n Lincoln Road in 21-28 — 11/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A in Re: ESTATE I IF SARA JAMRi'/.. i>,, eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims oi Demands Against S.iiil l-Ntate: You. and each of you, are hereb) notified and required t• > present any and demands which you, or either of you, ma) have against the estate of SARA JAMRI'/. di I ir. o| I-ad.County, Florida, i < the Hon W. IBLANTON and FRANK DOWLlNO, County Judges of Bade County, and file the M I I till in the County Courthouse in Dadl County, Florida, within elghl calendar months from the date of the flrsl publication hereof Sai-l claims or demands to contain th.legal address of the claimant and to !„ %  sworn t,, ana I ented as aforesaid, or same win ie barred. Bee Section 124, of the Ittl Probate Aci Hat,October ll. A.D 1853 FRANCIS .1 JAMROZ As Administrator of the Estate of SARA .1 JAMROZ, 11, c eased, GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Admlnlatrator 101 olvmpia Building. Miami SI, Fla in 21 -SI n l-il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring nengage In business under the fictitious nan CLIP SEVENTY i7U). at 64174 Collins intends to register said name With the Clerk , engage In business under the rictltlona nan CLUB I (FTEEN (15), at I 131 Collins Avi Intends t- register nald i with the Clerk of the circuit Court -.' I >ade %  '--nit). Florida. KAYBM CORP. MONROE DIXON Attorni., rr Applicant I T:-n 'oral Wa) 10/28 ll 1-11 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 32725-B RE: ESTATE Of HARRY M. ROSENTHAL, I >%  %  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that i have filed m) final report and petit:n for Final Dlscharsje as Administratrix --: the --tat.ot HARRY M ROSENTHAL, deceased; and thai "il the 2->th day of November, i!••:,.",. I will appl) to the Honorable i RANK B DOWLING, County Judge i.t Dade County, Florida, for approval of aaid final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY M. R08ENTHAL, deceased This 2tth day of October, 1955. RITH c MCDONALD PALLOTT, SILVER MULLOY Attorneyi for Administratrix 701 Congress i;ldg Miami, i-"i i 1" 28 — ll/4-ll-li A fire demolishes your home Does your insurance cov •r the rental expenses incurred while your home is being rebuilt? For nSe answer to mis, or any other insurant* oisssriosj IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH HUTNER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Von, and ..oh of you are hereb) notified and reunited to present an) claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPH HUTNER, deceai ad late ,,r Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges .,r Bad. County, and rile the same In their Offices In the County Courthouse in Had. Countv Florida, within eighi calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims oi demands to contain the legal-address of the claimant and to he svvcin to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. S.-,BeCtlOn T::i', ot the IMS Probate Act. I i a te i vtohei i r. A l > 1453. HERBERT II HUTNER MILTON HUTNER BERNARD HUTNER SYLVIA MEHLER I Bsecutol s of Hi. 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,ber28. 1955 ^t^NFhrtcHarj dty Symphony Opens Season; Jennie Tourel to be Guest Artist t Miami Symphony EL* s 1W "2*3 '.| Mnn-lay evenings at Beach and Dade County faTwifh J.-nnie Tourel. fas feature soloist. W „ Bitter will on* *£* Jhe orchestra Miss Tourel Symphony, the Philadelphia Symphony and others. Of Russian parentage, Jennie Tourel was Drought up in France and Switzerland. She considers herself Russian by background. French by education and an American by adoption. According to her mother, Miss Tourel could carry a tune from the time she was a year old. At six, she began hef music lessons on the flute. Her phenomental sense of pure intonation today might be traced to that early musical beginning. Two years later, she was practicing away at the piano and at 16 was an accomplished pianist and well on the way to a concert career. But Jennie Tourel had never stopped singing. Her debut in 1933 was in no less a role than Carmen, in which she was instantly acclaimed and which she has since sung over 300 times. When she returned to sing the role again in June 1948 after an absence of eight years, the consensus was still, as reported by Time Magazine: "This is the real Carmen." eard in a group of works and Ravel. Scheduled kretti Lusinghieri from Mozart; Scene and Ana no Oblieato. KV505. Jefpianist. Mozart; and We Three Poems for Orchestra. Ravel. nrel will render all three The Enchanted Flute JHeedlcOne. Utter will conduct the UM in the Roman Carnival H^or Berlioz; Sym[D major, the "Haffntfr." [and Capriccio Espagnol, iRimsky Korsakoff. feature of the program liss Tourel's appearance orchestra in Johann Se_ Aria from the Over"major to be performed of Mr Albert Pick. en t seavm will see Miss firing in Mozart perin celebration of the bicentennial, with the New UJharmur.ic. the Chicago Officers Will Florida Areas Morris A Skop, of Coral frewbh Center, president of ciation of Florida Rabbis, |ibi Joseph Asher of Saracretarv. will visit the 35 Samunitiesol Florida durP mted to h,s P ast experience in December holiday recess t he cit y commission as reference (with their rabbis and leadfor his proposed platform. promote the religious, culI civic life of the State and I expansion of educational Ditfuu activities for unaf-j \ 4 OWirlOOUH jewi-n residents of smaller % % | Jewish communities. % % I Skop will cover the West \\\ immunities starting in Key g £ Page 9 A Suburban Communities Will View Problems of Outlying Areas Here f\t [.,ii-.. I. I." I L I %  C* Jennie Tourel Quigg Will Seek To Succeed Self H. Leslie Quigg is a candidate to succeed himself as Miami city commis-loner in Group 2. Quigg this week said that Miami "has received honest, effective, full-time public service from me in the past, and you can count on that again." Calling for support here. Quigg Dulles Will Raise Question of Commy Arms Deal at Parley Continued from Pago 1 A had purposely timed the arms deal to coincide with the Geneva conference in order to place the Western Powers in the position of having to ask the Soviet Union to desist. French political circles see in the Saar vote of Sundav a setback to Israel's hope for effective support from France in securing reversal of the Soviet arms policy in the Middle East. It had been hoped by Israelis that the French would take the lead in championing the Israel cause, but the Saar vote, it was felt, does not strengthen France as a power to intervene in Israel's favor. Continued from Pag* 1 A ing and financing, planning, re ligious leadership and personnel, intergroup relations, teen at>e groups, membership interrelationsnip among the Jewish commu nities and development of leader ship. The event is sponsored by the community planning division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in response to requests by many of the newly formed Jewish communal groups throughout Dade county. Representatives at the first planning meeting were unanimous in the opinion that all the suburban communities could benefit from a sharing of their common problems. It was pointed out that some of the newer communities rapidly taking shape at this time are already facing competition of newer organizations planning to operate in the same general area, leading towards overlapping and possible duplication of effort. Attending the first planning session were Thurman. chairman; Max C. Gettinger. Assistant Director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Gerald Greenfield, OpaLocka; Louis Sirota. Opa-Locka; Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, North Dade; Alvin S. Cawn, North West (Beth Emeth Congregation); Harold Strumpf, Flagler-Granada; Herman Feldman. South Dade; Mr. and Mrs. David Chait, Hialeah-Miami Springs; Albert Comanor, executive director of Jewish Family Service; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; Mrs. Matilda Ratner. Bureau of Jewish Education; Louis Schwartzman, executive director of Bureau of Jewish Education; Zvi Berger, Bureau of Jewish Education. Offering only THE VERY BIST SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B. Pinks Managing* Director Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. .!>• t'oi do i lorjeii Pei> Control O Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn Lot us repair it or apply a new one. 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Page 6 B vMttntrkiton Frid IQealm of Society I tyMHtott /^6V f { Mrs. Jerome G. Greer.e Marshall, Greene To Live on Beach Rabbi Leon Kronish's stud] Temple Beth Sholom on Ocl IS was th< i %  > n i| (he 7 p m. mari.( w. < %  ifai shall, hter ol nd Mrs. Viet hall, w n, Del • •, Gm i loca atl [iami Bea< u Mr, Greem late Emil and Ann I bride selected .1 two: 1 blue taffeta stn h suit and and mat* rail cessoi ies she 1 hids. iewelrj i strand of cultured pei the groom. j The IT: WII' High nded in Wilming-' ton. uate "I L'nivei his hool Ian firm itts and Greene in \ %  e will : th Sh ire di Marcia Lee Rosen Weds Alan Kessler The West Miami Jewish (enter was the sotting Saturday for the 8 p m wedding of Marcia 1 ee Ro en and Alan s Kessler Rabbi W Waxmaa 1 fficiated at the double The bride 1the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Harrj IRosen, 483 SW nth ive. She wore a bal ei in tulle and ni; over satin with %  tare | | and 1 m bolero :'!> long pointed sl< 1 %  %  waist length %  eil was held by .1 [ 1 II ; I •' and she carried a white book with roses and white feath< Sisti Lou reen ballerina length arried yellom roses The brldi Lie.Mil son "i Mrs Augusta Kessler, 5841 s\v Ilth st and tlu' late Joseph I a attended bj his brother, Donald best man il \v,ii!( r Traurig and Seymour Scherer Mr and Mrs Kessler will be at home alter Nov. 1 at 48 s\\ rhe) are spending their honeymoon in Miami Beat h VITAL STATISTICS: Steven Keith Howard Trockmen at Bloomington. Ind wE !* %  2 tog,, school She's the former Joy Kopelowt*J* 0 1 ^ J Jimmy Kopolowita, 330 SW 26th rd ^m^V*^* Dorothy flew to Bloomington last Z r f abow and say hello to Howards pare,,.the IWH T** *•! villO, Ind ,rn rd Troekm*,,^ Doris and Joseph Pardo Welcomed 1 he birth of Jlff *4 Kave Sarasohn Plans Apr. 29 Rites Miss Faye Ruth Sarasohn's parMr and Mrs Neal Sarasohn, im, Ala will ( ntertain Mrs. Alan S. Krssler Sandra Levin Troth Told by Her Parents Mi vm and Mol vyn Kessl inning a wediimmer ol i!. r )fi. Their ei nl iannounced with a large open bouse in R ^"Sfft ". U ? A ?" H-rnF honor of Faye" engagement to I:""! .'"" l ve, *" d rd • BlNCayne Eement Clayton J Bernstein He is the son <•( Mr and Mn li\ Bernstein, 2230 SW 22nd t Point, Miami Beach. Miss Levin 1%  former Chi< resident, she attended the 1 River He attended ohm State Inner ,,,, ll( [Uinoil and is now a stusit) and graduated from the Uni1 dent at the University of MiamL vei it) "I Miami At I'M. he was She be! ings t<> Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, Gamma Alpha chi. woman's advertising sorority, honor court, and she was 1 student sen ator in the school of education. president ol Alpha Epstlon Pi fraternity and i> now the fraternity's He is m the construction business in Miami. The bride %  %  • %  : attended the Universit) ol Georgia, belonging to Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the Universitj Ol Alabama lor the *&**."'*%* ***?'" *?* paat year! she has lived with her m *and Ncw Wk n aUend grandparcnts. Mr and Mrs. Max cd Miami Beach High School and Mayerovitz, 2342 \v 18th ter I now gooa to the University of Mi An April 29 wedding is planned. { a m i. Mr Keuler'a pan 1 Mr, Coffees WiN Help Sisterhood to Get Acquainted '* o" "coffees" will • on IJ \ ,\ 2 tor new Beth Sh >lom Irs Irv ng B R ip Ian, • || I."In ord. to know r bet ter and m ordi r that 1 to I now th ••!. four boat bers of Sisterhood have their homes for tin. col it as," Mrs K i| Ian said They will be held simultane at 10:30 a.m. at the h in 1 Jacob (". Fishman 5334 La I dr.; Mrs. Fred Somerstein, 111 3rd ter : Mrs N inm II B ibel, 820 44th st.: and Mr Sol S Pine B62B Bay dr. Chairing and Integrating this function is Mrs Harrj v. Greenberg, of 4800 Pinotree dr. "Sisterhood has grown so be mondously in recent years that It is sometimes difficult to get to know one another, and at a recent board meeting, we devised this plan of integrating our new members into the Sisterhood family," stated Mrs. Kaplan. MM faye Sarasohn i 8 at Mt. Sinai. Happy about the who'l^hiroY' J H f 'JaJ I din* and Alissa RMas are grandparentMr' '.-a „ Urs *P Mr and Mrs. William Albin. J 0 ,former rta^^M I Miami Zionist Youth Commission and ,, r cn ain n of the Kl Sephardic Congregation hei rent president of| I HOUStGUESTS ON THE HOSTS' fROUT Ltwis A. Mendel, commander of Miami Bcarh P Foreign Wars, gave a dinner to national command, J. Murphy at the Algiers hotel ,u prior ;„ !" 1*T ,* : dressing the American legion convention lure m'it7 Mr. and Mrs. Mac Goldberg, of Soul' 1. "Jl^Goldberg, who arrived here th.. week from Fores \iT?** The prominent New York financier 1now a h that his plane, I motor trouble over Nova Scotia, where the United Jewish sion to Israel, of which he is a member, landed for repantj I Paris. Sam reported that "a visit here is a must." Then off t* the study mission hopped to pick up 2;t Russian refugees I Israel. Recently returned from Canada. Ruth Brotman last tt*J tained at a dinner party in the Fontainebleau hotel in hoMJ P. Pailieres, Haiti, now visiting in Miami Back from theirs] at Fire Island and the artiste's colony in Woodstock. NY., | Melicov and her mother. Mrs. Rebecca Melicov. An exciting interlude at Fire Island was Anyuti'i meets*] Herman Wouk, author of "The Caine Mutiny," who had j 1 from a trip to Israel. Herman b president of the orthodox syi Fire Island. NEVER fORGOTTEN ... '4 MOST NOBlf DEED' Samuel A. Kaoan, of 3575 Flamingo ;' !" r law and daughter, the Bernard Dieners, at theu Miami Beach. ,ries: Mr. ^ ^J WEDDING BIllS f INC OUT AGAIN Recent celebrants of wedding anniversa... Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klempner. Mr .and %  ^ J| Mr. and Mrs Louis Buch. Mr. and Mrs harI. dlht t Jerry Blank, the Abraham Resn.cRs, the Ellas Halpcrn Hosensteins. .. mo theri Report here is of the illness of Mrs. Jack Abi.n I RecupcraUng is Mrs. Leonard Hodges, d Miss Sandra Levin Miami ORT Chapter Slates Luncheon sers. Eye-Bank Party Due Naomi Group of Hadassah will hold an eye-bank party on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. A. Greenfield. 1694 West ave. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Maurice Simmons. Greater Miami chapter ol Ai ican Women's ORT will hold itannual member bring a men Coral Gables Sisterhood Will Hear Works by Strassburg Members ol sisterhood of 1 Gables Jewish Center *,n be guests at a coffee in th Saxony hotel on Wednes.b. afternoon Nov. 2. Mrs. Sol Halpert. chairman, an-' Bounces that Robert Strassburg, music director of the Center, will present some of his original selections on the piano. Musical skit. "Sisterhood Highlights." directed by Mrs. Jack Sombcrg. will be presented. Mrs. Hen ry Barancik is accompanist. luncheon at the SheltM>rne h-jtel Monday noon, orry to hear about the in.b^ he w now in Mt. Sinai Hospital. For the pastliui ^ dirc(W rJ himself to the Anti-Defamation League ano Florida regional office. Mrs. Palmer Will Host **#} Memliership tea. the Miami chapter Jewish Congress, will be held on the patio of the waterway home of Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. 5335 Or duna ave, Coral Gables, Monday afternoon, Oct. 31. Mrs. Charles Feinberg, national vice president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish .Ml s. 1 s.. lative and social sent comedy m^ffj: community s.n*' w William Sacker. Chairmen of the Da vid Brodsky Haffner



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n J *.w/ ( oman s "World %  r-t stop, n "MI. iii">""s • %  % %  • ""% %  • %  band his family in Silver Springs. Md. Dan is prr [cr I the Voice of America, with offices in Waahinj Friends report that MM and Bart Ruddy already have their plane reservations safely tucked into their pockets. They will be Miami bound Nov. The Roddy winter sojourn here will begin with house opening on Alton rd. May has been writ ing that she and Bart had a terrifically hot summer ^.nofloods-mUtica.^ i lius Jy PtrlmoMwt are on their first vacation in three fact since Jay enrolled at the University of Miami law i H wife Hannah boarded Alcoa Line's Corsair to visit sevLnlries Thr trip will also celebrate Jay'$ official law cerwhlch he received this week. Sydney L. Waintraub is busy as a bee these days, what ( i, m literature" now available for the Mother's March which she beads. er Claire's energetic chairmanship, some 13,000 volunteer are packing kits for corporals, who will do the actual Job e .to-housc collection next Jan. 30 for the March of Dimes, es' Edith Brooks has been the houseguest of a Miami [ Mrs. Lcuis Bernstein, of 439 • 15th st. hilc in these environs, Edith, who is an attorney, managed {trip to Havana Mrs. Bernstein is secretary to Milton Weiss, (law firm here. Andrew S. Greanfield, lyric writer who publishes under ne of Ada Greenfield Morley. has a triple mission on her North '•II confer with her publishers in New York about some of Lmn.. o visit her daughter. Judith, and family, the [Livitan?. | r. according to plan, was a visit with her production ington. another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Weiss, of Miami, is also lician Janire composed the musk to the recently relea ed V "Softly" s (,p, the I'niversity of Miami have come up with lovely girls and potential members of these sororities: Lha Epsiion Phi: Roberta Dilner. Toby Lurie, Coral Gables; Eternal BllC Coe, Maxene Drucker, Marlene Duch| Miami; tfaxtee Brandeis, Zelda Jackson, IKamm, Sandra Laskih, Rona Sater. Sherry Joan Scope tnd i Werner. Miami Beach, ti Phi Fpsilon: Mary Lou Segal. C6ral Gables; Joyce Tillie 1 reed, Linda Carol Mehler. Barbara Raiber, tidman. Miami; Adriehe Haas, Gee Horowitz. Arlinc Koren. Tuck iner, Miami Be-j( h Kto Ni ns tins week for a meeting of the I i these aft. Sinai staffers and their wives: I Mrs. David A. Nathan, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Warblow, Dr. %  re. Elliot Cohen and Dr. and Mrs. Victor Kugel. jr. and Mrs. Harold Rand, who also expect to be at the Heart blion meeting, have additional plans. The Rands will attend lab of the American College of Physicians in Topeka. Kan. Bastions in New Orleans draw to a close a>a>essc€4 The Harvey Kramers have moved into home on Palm Island. Formerly of Chicago, they're now ... Miami Beachitea .Wolfie Cohen arrived home Friday from Philadelphia and VB.Pa., where she attended the funeral of her father. Jake r, Miami Beach winter resident. h Jean C. Lehmans were hosts at cocktails in their home afternoon to celebrate the 75th birthday of their mother, eph (Jeanne) Rothschild. iwritten invitations were sent out by the Lehmans, but word Ifc Was enough to attract a large crowd to their North Shore ne on Normandy Isle for the happy occasion. [jtever postcard from Southampton. England from Aaron and "arr reports that they are expected back soon. be card Is titled "Farr Far Away" and shows Aaron and [changing the guard at Buckingham Palace, skiing on snow 1 mountains beneath a brilliant sun and enjoying themselves ghly above two frosty Steins of beer^. kfast given by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartx Sunday arWest Rivo Alto dr. home had plenty of zest, for guests Wedges of Phi Sigma sorority and Phi Epsiion Pi fraternity University of Miami. 'Schwartz' daughter, Meta, is a past president of the sororl son David ^ a past president of Phi Ep. fwidnow is national traveling secretary of his fraternity, his p covering campuses in both the United States and Canada >>>ergs will then be off with son Bob on the SS Queen of for a cruise. ETH l w em wi ** Mr nd Mr S dn# Co,db#r9 A1 lYnrt lwo men of tneir families are planning to fly to I or on a business trip. Urtho -*** eelT A. ravcI News Department: Sailing from l^os Angeles £ L? bS Il,rlme were the ,rvi "9 Cohens. Their destinaKnd hi!' l r "' % owner of tne DiLido hotel. wk fn.m a visit with his brother in Panama City are """•Nelson Zivitt. d an( c *o f Engle are the purchasers of the beautiful r ust with the blue trim that sits on a hill on South Bayfrom 9 '** nt have far t0 wh n thev move in some tW 1 heir present home is also on South Bayshore JJaJte^vlslh BoiriidliiaiFi MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday. October 28, 1955 Section B Trcm left to right are Mrs. Marvin L. Zank. president of Alpha Epsiion Phi Greater Miami Alumnae Association; Mis. Sidney Lewis, chairman of the AEFh' Founder's Day luncheon scheduled here; end Miss May A. Brunson, Dean of Women at the University of Miami, who will be guest speaker. went Founder's Day Luncheon for AEPhi Alums Alpha Epsiion Phi. Greater Miami Alumnae Association, will celebrate the 46th birthday of the national sorority at 12 noon on Saturday, Oct. 29. with its annual Pounder's Day luncheon at the Top 0' Columbus boteL Mi t May A. Brunson. I lean of Women at the I'niversity of Miami, will be principal speaker. More than 70 women, member. of the Alpha Epsiion Phi Alumnae group, as well as ail pledgee and actives of the local chapter, have indicated a desire to attend, says Mrs. Marvin L. Zank. president of the Alumnae Association. The sorority was founded in 1909 at Barnard College, New York City. Alumnae from Ft. Lauderdale have sent In reservations for the luncheon, and inquiries have been received from other parts of South Florida. But many more women, originally from the far flung chapin in the United States and Canada, are now believed to be residing in the Dade county area and possibly do not know of the existence of the Alumnae group. All are invited and welcome to the event en Saturday, says Mrs. Zank. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman of the day, will introduce Miss Brunson. whose subject will be "Values of an Alumnae Organization to a College Chapter, to the University and to the Commun A message from the sorority's national president, Mrs. Irving L. Cohn. of Nashville. Tenn.. will be read by Mrs. Lewis, and a report of the yearly project, the Seott Nursery, will'be given. "Birth of a Nation." a poem relating the Ins tory of AEPhl from its inception, will be presented by the actives. W/TH Wi MAI HUSB AND THAT IS Wife and Mother-in-Law Help to Make Ideal Home •I married a wife and I mother-in-law. too." said Jean C Lehman as he helped celebrate the 75th Inrthdav Saturday of his mother-in-law Mrs. Jowl. Seanhe) Rothschild at their combined home on Normall ,lv Isle with open house in the afternoon. A wealth of friends. 300 of them, came to toast Mrs Rothschilds health, and stayed until far mo the nii At that point, Lehman told of living m no same house with his mother-in-law for 26 years. and aired his views generally on married Ufa, -AibV 26 vcars of living in the same domicile ,K hothmv" wife and her mother, I can truthfully Wh ,v^^m minute of it and would do it i over agam S still as much in love with my wife as the day I married her. I ta\larlf lll,L of or in spite of. living this way. but it s !he truth and that Is, add up to something" Jean explained uhats more, he and Mrs. Lehman have a son of 25 and his answer to the query of whether he would 25. ana ms BWWI f n s son was ,„ the R; eommend ^ h !" !" % Uv good institution,' ^^irperfSrwonderfSl son-in-law, "and providing my son can get along with his mother-in-law like I can with mine, it's O.K." Lehman is a six-foot, 175 pound "man's man" while his mother -in law is a petite, demure woman. He went on, "Of course the old girl" (with tongue in his cheek, because he confided secretly that she certainly looked like a chic young matron in an embroidered gray dress with a mammoth orchid that she did proud) "is a pretty good sport. I don't remember ever having a fight with her. I'm no angel and she has to be pretty understanding, too. She doesn't agree with everything I do or say. "She knows when to keep quiet, too. There are both sides to every question, and we both have to know when to shut up. Any argument can be carried too far. She's a pretty good girl, but all the credit is really due to Frances. She's the diplomat. She keeps the teams in line. "Of course Frances and I have had our arguments, too, like every other married couple. But the one rewarding thing is that she has never threatened to Continued on Page 5 B



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v,ober28, 1955_ ^JwMhflcricitori Admitted Error But Army Kept Investigator on Job Page 5 A IS w# d from P9* 1 A IL subject." This irite Army's preemption Kewish groups UsUd Lrnoy General wertta Lus organizations^ The Rose r-.mn.umst gups (plotted the name Jew ,| S o made the admis(it is "standard practice |iv investigations" to dcfhe rel.KK.u-. •fUtaftfaM Bs examined The JWV Ion had been that such ere carried out without %  race, color or creed. es a person's religious have to (l<> with ComT hafs what the JWV i know. hbering Chasanow, Ladea ndy and other cases, carefully studied this (the Stevens letter. The same paragraph defended a line of security questioning in which a woman employee at Fort Monmouth was asked to name the" Jewish organizations in whieh >he held membership. The only safe way for a Jew to prove his loyal ty. then, must be to maintain membership in Jewish organizations. This might make some membership chairmen happy. But it is clearly contrary to Constitutional precepts and fundamental American tradition. Barr was asked by Stevens "to bear in mind that Army installations which approximate small cities in population and citizenry, cannot eradicate completely and suppress permanently all expressions of hate, greed or prejudice. Such attitudes are, as you know, rooted deeply in the character of the individuals concerned and I believe that we must be prepared to cope with them as continuing problems" it Wils ,hi s philosophy which permitted the Annj to retain the nti-scmitc exposed. Steveni assured Barr that Army commanders were to be ;il< it <• to be placed [floor during sessions of ptntion late Wednesday. {•solutions reported out (resolution committee of |ecry criticism against and (Upline the unphilosoph) ol Kuilt by on and kinship which i to defame the of man) innocent per%  afh the administration deral Employees Seiur under Executive Orrtile. Isaiah M. Minkoff, ""! director ol the Nationally Relations Advisor) I told a United Nations pniver>ar> luncheon meetfcored here bj JWV that >orld "has been largely [Wt balance by the ComINnted out. however, that ""till have far to "ley appreciate the full implications of what it means to fight an ideological enemy on a worldwide battlefield." Minkoff said "it ought to be part of the role of our veterans organizations to interpret this s pect of the world struggle. But some of our veterans organizations," he added, "seem to lack the vision and perspective to see it in its fullest dimensions." This observation was construed by observers here as an onslaught against the American Legion, which concluded its national convention in Miami Beach earlier this month and which voted COO' demnation of the United Nations Economic, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Minkoff praised the JWV for its comprehension of the part veterans organizations should playin this struggle and complimented its shouldering of the responsibilities of "alerting other veterans organizations everywhere to the meaning of the ideological struggle and for making them understand what is involved in the winning of it." Beth Sholom Affair Will Launch Final Campaign Push John Serbin, vice president of Temple Beth Sholom and chairman of its building fund campaign, will meet with "The Builders of Beth Sholom" to launch its "over-thctop" campaign to complete and furnish the new Temple at a brunch on Sunday, Oct. 30, in the Temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Ralph Spero,. president. "I look forward to meeting our volunteer campaign workers who will call on their fellow-members in an intensive six-week campaign to put our building fund "over the top." Serbin said. "Our workers in the past have been so enthusiastic that we exceeded the $500,000 we set for our goal last year. I anticipate the same whole-hearted response for this final push. Our Temple has every reason to hail the volunteer workers, for the congregation was able to worship in the unfinished sanctuary during the recent High Holy Days. Having had a sampling | of the beauty and heightened spirituality of the new sanctuary, I I know they will more than ever be worthy of this designation. "During the next six weeks, con, struction and campaigning will proceed simultaneously in an effort to open the new sanctuary for i regular Sabbath worship in lato December," Serbin explained. arsenics HOTEL on the ocean 1741 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Completely Air-Conditioned and Heated Flit PARKING announcing THE RE OPENING OF THE DINING ROOM SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6th under personal supervision of ABE GEETER, well known kosher caterer since 1945 Prime Rib Steak — Prime Ribs of Beef au jus — Chops only $3 DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH OBSERVED Hull-time Mashgiach) Approved by Greater Miair.i Vaod Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, Directors Also Modified American Plan, choice ocean-front and ocean-view corner rooms—$6, none higher. Includes full-course breakfast or brunch and dinner until Dec. 16th. Also catering to parties, Bar Mitzvahs, Banquets and weddings. Complete banquet table only $3. 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Harry Genet, chairman of the executive committee and acting president for the years 1952-53, was awarded a plaque "for outstanding and meritorious service." 'WWWWWWWAM' MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd at. Phone MO 1-8201 /•'WW-'WWWW^V. With DIGNITY \ .„„/ RESPECT our com pet cm staff is ready to ielieve y_ou ol all the details m your hour of bereavement Attorney Sam I. Silver has qualified to run for school trustee of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, Group 1. Since 1949, Silver has served as municipal judge of West Miami. He is a member of the law firm of Pallot, Silver & Mulloy. LEONARD A. LEVLNE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPELS Recognized for Leadership almost 75 years 2 locations Covering Miami Beach Completely 1850 ALTON ROAD 1250 71 st ST., Normandy Dr JE1-5844 UN 6-7311 Home of the Beautiful Blue Fleet Ambulances 24-NOVI SERVICE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE PARKING ON ITS PREMISES R. W. 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