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The Jewish Floridian ( November 4, 1955 )

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lewisbJEIoridGI Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lain ,29-Number 44 Price 2Zt iel In Critical Hour As Joseph Vows Battle To The End' ilotov and Dulles Meet; iviet Union Pledges 'Aid' |To Peace in the Near East EVA iJTA i The Soviet Union announced its intention Wed(contributing to the "peace" of the Middle East. This declaraimade to new-men by Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov following meeting with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. It is dthat Mr Dulles protested to Mr. Molotov that the Communist jitosupply urns lo ,nc Middle East violated the "Geneva spirit." isia will contribute to the peace of the Middle East, as it will ftheworl'l." Mi Molotov said. Pressed for further details of knbution. the Soviet Foreign Minister said: "I cannot say [Earlier, the Moscow radio had blamed the Middle East crisis Tfest. which it charged with "gross interference" in the affairs pon V Kiting up military blocs. |e h:s hour and 40 minute meeting with Mr. Molotov, Secretary I had another 1 no minute Declares Nation's Fate To be in Grave Danger; Budget for Tote I Defense i I I e t i n Dr. Do/ Joseph Mtk Israel Premier Moshc who waaccompanied to


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Page 2 A *Jewlsti f htkHjari——%  ""*TT1 Zamora Sisterhood Social features CZ Z.imora JewWj (enter Sisterof ,u ^ Sfcfff hn n ,i t,..i.t .--,rf.v__ i the Mo.j. n hood hold a melfiber-bringa-mem1elii,, Mcsd nies i bor party at the Center \w,|„, WteL i"^' 1 -0ja half !„,„,. day night. Mrs. Marion Malloff was t | Ki ii I ,M U j'","'""" ''""ed* man, and her committop coittiated SvtvU. cbe "an, Alic, j %  md "Pinhard I ACE omrf5fty at? --^ Joining in a dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser to honor Lt. Col. Dina Werth, in Miami Beach for Israel Bonds, are many of the community's leaders who are planning for the Nov. 16 dinner which will honor Prime Minister Moshe Sharett. Seated (loft to right) are Mrs. Glasser. Col. Werth. Mrs. William Hirsch of Toledo. Mrs. Charles Fruchlman and Mr. Fruchtman. Standing (left to right) are Glasser. daughter Sonia Glasser, Mrs. Albert Farber of Philadelphia, Sam Blank, Mrs. Blank, Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Ginsberg, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and Mr. Rose. Hotel Jfotf Home t ment House Owners IN are fcer. to ,er„e „.„ whh C0 MPim CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS *T PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS D JS Drapes Curtains Bed Pads P| a$tic Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporation 120 N.E. 9th Street Cloud Sotwrdoy-Qp— Sunday Phone Ample I Molotov and Dulles Meet at Geneva; Soviet Union Pledges 'Aid' to Peace Continued form Page 1 A ception about the position of Israel in the present embrogliO. I did not gather that the United stateGovernment had yet reached I final conclusion on how to deal with the situation. It will now be in a position to make up its mind in lull cognition of what Israel thinks of the dangers threatening and the line ol action she believes -hould be followed." Mr sharett further told news men that "Israel considers that her very existence is menaced bj Ben-Gurion Offers to Meet With Arab Bloc leaders Continued form Pag* 1 A lack of goodwill on our part." Meanwhile. J.-rat-l will .submit to the I'nited Statea list of the defensive arms considered Mceasarj for defense against aggression, it was learned here Wednesday. The list, it was learned, will include aircraft, anti-tank and anti-aircraft guns and similar weapons. It is understood that talks are going on with Britain and France for the supply of such weapons.* (In Washington. State Department spokesman Lincoln White said that the United States has made no change in itexisting attitude on the question of armfor Israel. He pointed out that Israel can purchase certain categories of arms on a "reimbuisible" basil I this massive increase in strength falling to her strongest tnd most pronounced enemy. II it is impos-1 Bible to prevent this massive increase, then Israel's military positmnshould be strengthened as far apossible Also, there -hould lie added a security guarantee which might ad .ia deterrent to any evil design oi aggression against her territorial integrity and \< ry survival." Wednesday's developments came after a wet kend "i meetings among the Western Foreign Ministers and between Mr Sharett and each ol the We-tern representatives. Mr. Dulles" meeting with Mr. Molotov was preceded by one between British Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan and Mr. Molotov. Mr. Sharett. who was to confer with Mr. Macmillan late Monday evening, had an appointment with Mr Molotov Tuesday. 8I8I0E YOUItetUF... ivfrha pott problem? Wor/d's lor 0 tf j/Ncf"""a""""7oi "Set Year ClMiitri DIrectirj f ease INSPICTION Orkli 0ce Metres! Tea" M.mb.r el B'nol B rlfh S. el. Froednian aad 51. Il>pliuii HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Between fourth and fifth Sis. HEBREW RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES Use lor Synagogues and Private Also for Hebrew Schools Telephone JE 19017 /SRAEL CfltriFICArfs! SAVE FOR TOMORROW WHIRR YOU CAN BORROW FOR TODAY Savings Accounts V/2% Interest Personal Loans • Auto Loans Night Depository Binkinr by Mail Loiters ol Credit Safety Deposit Boies M*mb*r Irirrm\ Drp;\t inimrmneo C 'orpormtton BANK of MIAMI BEACH 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD Entrance on Washington Avenue Phone JE 1-7425 1329 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Across rresn Sears Free Parking In Rear Phone 32-2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES to better serve the residents of Miami and Miami Beach RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL and BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL announce their association in Miami and Miami Beach; combining long years of experience, superior personnel and superb facilities in keeping with their traditionally high standards of service and consideration to the Jewish family. RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPS MIAMI: West Flagler & 20th Avenue, 9-2664 MIAMI BEACH; 1236 Washington Avenue. Jefferson 1-7. 1850 Alton Road, Jefferson h&* 1250 Normandy Drive. Union >>-24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE IRVINE; BLASBEBC, Yicc-Prcsidcnt ABE KISKM" T. M. BUHNS, Funeral Director TrcasM



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November 4. 1955 ^^MhFhrkJton JW— i(lil • lungers ,| Frcf ernity rs fsenberg p M ]n Rho. international imity. at its meting held mi elected Col. Michael M. 7 Miami attorney, chancelfthe Greater Miami chapter. jterei" a graduate of Northi ifafarsit) lav school and (degree of Doctor of Jurtoce He practiced law in iIron 1930 until he volun, for active duty in March. Iniae months in advance of IHirbor, and participated in Ifrican, Italian. French and nd campaigns with para[ and glider troops. his separation from the it, he came to this city and n in active practice here i past ten years. He organl Chicago Club of Greater I in 1946 and served as its : and has actively partici| in many civic and fraternal Is. He is presently chairman i Miami-Dade County ChamCommerce Committee on Placement, an Elk, \ia*on. Shriner Ktee of Temple Israel. Miserved as president of i Club in 1950 He resides INW 2nd ter. Miami, with *hter. Jaclin. a student at I High School. (Epsilon Rho has been in ex!since 1919 and through the [has established chapters in "ling cities of the United I and Canada. During Isenundergraduatc years at •fstern University, he was wtal in establishing the in that law Bchool and mcellor of that croup. A 'f thi< fraternity was or' several years ago a t the %  Miami and is presided by Jeirj Stern. rted with Isenberf sj ">' the Miami Chapter are iSeerdlin, vice chancellor; |Anton, master ol the rolls; Albert Saperstein, bursar; **"*> honorarj life chanSuburbon Areas Air Problems Problems of coordinating Jewish cultural and community activities in suburban Made county areas wen discussed Sunday at a daj long forum at the Bureau ol Jew ish Education, 135 NW 3rd ave, The facilities of Jewish • nek in Dado county which arc avail able to suburban groups were out lined to 92 feeders in nine subur ban Miami areas "Many Jewish community groups in these areas learned !<"• (he first time the full extent ol they can call on for aid," Stanley C Myers, president of the Gn Miami Jewish Federation, said .,1 the forum. Topicsdiscussed included religious education, eaie of the financing and fund raising, and the coordination of such activities among outlying communities The Federation sponsored the meeting. Areas represented were Hialeah, Miami Springs, Homestead, Opa-locka, North Miami Beach. Flagler-Granada, North Dado, South Dade, and the Northwest section. Presiding at the sessions was Harold Thurman. chairman of the Federation's community planning committee. Agencies represented at the meeting included the Jewish family Service, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Page 3 A kE Mothers [Hold Coffee f lar BWtinj ol Delta Phi ' %  afternoon. Nov. 5. at aE "* *" Hilma August. |* 18th st. ** Ufcting Mrs. August e Barnes Margaret and Julius Jacobs. Mrs. f"* President of the 7th iKNlklr tM E"JTACK LE ICHERY AL APPl -IANCE$ ^JC04ST.TCKO4CTRepresenting Jewish communities from all parts of Dade county at the Suburban Community conference sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are (seated) Irving Zitter, president, Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center; Arnold Stern, vice president, North Dade Jewish Center; Stanley C. Myers, Federation president; Harold ^Thurman, conference chairman. Standing are Gerald Greenfield, president, Temple E'nai Sholom, Opa-Locka; William Raskin, president, Homestead Jewish Center; Harold Strumpf, president, Flagler-Granada Jewish Center; Herman Feldman, president. South Dade Jewish Center; Alvin S. Cawn, president, Beth Emeth Congregation; and M. C. Gettinger, assistant director of Federation. Over ICO persons attended all-day sessions of the pioneer planning effort. <•• The Greater Miami Committee presents an HISTORIC EVENT in the annals of FLORIDA JEWRY cordially invites you to join and in a Dinner of State honoring WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th 1955 7:00 p.m. promptly FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Convert: $7.50 per person HIS EXCELLENCY Moshe Sharett PRIME MINISTER OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL DINNER COMMITTEE (In firmalim) SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman Phone JE 1-5314 for Reservations or Greater Miami Committee 1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach COL JACOB ARVEY j. A. CANTOR DR. MORRIS GOODMAN LEON B. JACOBS ABRAHAM MAILMAN STANLEY C. MYIRS DAVID PHILLIPS SAM BLANK MRS. LOUIS GLASSES ISADORE HECHT SAMUEL K1PNIS BENJAMIN MEYERS MAX OROVITZ DAN B. RUSKIN CARL WEINKLE JACOB SHER, Chairman Greater Himml Committee



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Page 4 A Jenist> ftcrkMar frida Y. No, wJewisti Meridian Published every Friday elnce 1*27 by the Jewleh floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 1, Florida Entered at second-claai matter July 4, 19S0. at the Pott Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March J, 1879. The Jewish Florldian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Asaociation, American Association of English-Jewiah Newspapers, Florida Preti Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditot and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish Florl.llan doee not miarante* the Kaehrulh of th f merrhandme adveille<1 In lt. columns. S U %  S C R f T I O N l T I • I On. Year 13 00 Two Year, tS.O y Friday, November 4. 1955 Volume 29 Number 44 Heshvan 19, 5716 This is Israel's Most Critical J* ** Hour of Need Says Dov Joseph This is the most critical hour in the history of the young State of Israel. Dr. Dov Joseph, Minister of Development, Wednesday called by telephone some top 2,000 Jewish community leaders in the United States to apprise them of his government's grave danger. We have often enough heard about the Jewish State's worsening condition in the Near East; but never have we heard an Israeli government spokesman talk about fighting "bravely and to the end." These are the words Dr. Joseph used in his telephone conversation with this nation's top community leaders. What he told them was inevitablethat the Arab countries, and particularly Egypt, have finally approached the point where they can successfully invade and destroy the Jewish State. By the beginning of this week, it had become apparent that the Arabs are now in a position to egual and surpass Israel's striking power. The vast difference between Israel's superior military and technical status on the one hand, and the Arabs' on the other, has been bridged by the recent Soviet decision to arm the Jewish State's enemies. The gravity of the situation was emphasized Wednesday when Dr. Joseph revealed that his government will henceforth divert Israel's total national budget for defense purposes. This means that the young republic is being left totally without funds for day-to-day living. In an urgent plea, Dr. Joseph called upon American Jewry to take up the burden of providing Israel with its weekly S2.000.000 needs through the purchase of State of Israel Bonds. Thus, Israel again underscores the fact that she is not asking for gifts but for a loan to cany her through this, the most critical hour in her history. Prime Minister Moshe Sharett's trip to Geneva for discussion with the Big Four Foreign Ministers — and particularly with Mr. Dulles—has shown that the West is not partial to coming to Israel's defense at this time. Only two things can now assure the fact that Egypt and her Arab partners will not enter upon a campaign to destroy the Jewish State: 1) A mutual security pact between the United States and Israel; 2) Arms shipments from the West to Israel to offset the tremendous military advantage Egypt is currently achieving through her munitions arrangement with the Soviet Union. These are the things for which Mr. Sharett asked at Geneva; these are the things Mr. Dulles virtually denied him. Israel's critical hour has arrived. Only the total support of the American Jewish community is left to prepare the Jewish State for a possible holocaust. I s, During The Week... As %  y LEO MINDLIN Jewish War Veterans held a Florida n vcntion headquarter., in the DiLido hoS £? y I ,Uno, *on g Smathers was guest speaker. Watch"?ih V ast *k S, young statesman as he waited hi. turn t. .HJ i a ndson *•'*! vague vision of the future. My own SL k !&5 ,h? Btol nominate, if not elect, a Presidential en I .* ,he Souft 1 may very well be a Vice PresidentialI paint S* \* *. Certainly no politician leaves C ^'"i and he would least of all confess to second h*^ 0pe to say that it is simply not intelligent for ZT hopfs He, nominate both candidates. But the tad i ih f C 0n the building somewhat of a reputation in W ic activity dealing with national problc hart broad political aspiration. '"faslungton^^'N Smathers prefaced his address by cxni the luncheon who supported him '• Wn I h ls WitanJ was not "is inn la-h,onable to do so." The Senator who K h '' fective as the years go by, would no t h !" mi %  dig as strikingly back in 1080. hen h ,,," r ,ed f Pepper. The conclusive test of his M-2 1 JJ ** many people who failed to vote for him las lui eng1h mirl him in •* """ ldS U ^C GUI saril port him in '56 "t will ( The Democratic Party is certainly aware of Am for Sen. Smathers' future. Mr. Pepper s truth t 'ft was FDR's trial balloon. Smathers ha. no 2L m ,ht untenable symbol of crusading liberalism New YolkSf "* case, the Senator's opening observati State siyk B'nai B'rith Member Drive B'nai B'rith lodges in this area are currently carrying forward a campaign to enlist some 1.500 new members into the world organization. B'nai B'rith means many things. Among others, it means the Anti-Defamation League and the fight aqainst the invasion of human rights; B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and the maintenance of some 1.200 chapters for boys and girls across the nation; a program for Israel, which includes the annual shipment of millions in food, clothing, medicine and equipment to aid the new democratic state. It means humanity through philanthropy, embracing such non-sectarian institutions as Leo N. Levi hospital. National Jewish hospital and many others. And it means a comprehensive and intensive program of good citizenship, identifying American Jewry with the highest patriotic interests. For these and countless additional reasons, B'nai B'rith has achieved a position of world prominence during its 112-year-long history. The current campaign in Miami to enlist 1,500 new members should conclude rapidly and successfully in the face of these organizational ideals. "I Con'l Defend Mfsttt With fmpfy Hands' When They Came Home There Were No Real Tears Pictures and stories relating to last week's return of the first group of German prisoners of war from the Soviet Union were heart-rending -for some people. The pictures concentrated on the stricken, watchful-waiting faces of German wives and parents in anticipation of the arrival at Friedland of their long-imprisoned loved ones. Then there were scenes of reunion, in which men and women embraced after a separation of ten and more years. May we respectfully remind the people who responded with sentiment and pathos to this | propagandistic spectacle that six million men,' women, children and infants will never again see one another, embrace one another or hear one another's voices. May we respectfully remind these people that the prisoners of war whose joy they shared are principally responsible for the six million murdered. May we add this note: The parents and wives who watched and waited at Friedland could have objected as a nation to the murder of the six million. They did not object; they participated in it—willingly and frenetically. There can be no excuse that they were downtrodden-the victims, themselves, of Nazi oppression. Not even once, since the Nurenberg trials, did a single German ever seriously attempt to excuse his rape, murder and pillage with this observation. History now knows that the Germans could have told their Nazi leaders they would not tolerate the extermination of the Jews. History knows that, on one occasion they successfully withstood a Hitler move Germany found offensive. That was when the Third Reich decided to exterminate "Aryan" residents of aged homes and the chronically ill in order to reduce Germany s economic burden." So that. ,f proof is still needed, there can be G^ n „ y, n9 K h cu, P? bili y *• individual German in the merciless slaughter of the six SSS ,e T JS* gUlH ver assumed .hie ? S: f l a8t week in the raUroad **5 "hercJe? ^^ Ue return of ** J*2 SUCh he L^ KarI Glauberg. hopped SrU hi 01 WUh 8prigh,1 y 8,e PProf GlautSrq had been responsible for the sterilixatioTof hundreds of Jewish women a, Whwnz NC T^eT WWe 8ubs ^Y k.Ued by he Nazis. There was no guestion of the professor's denying his hand in this; he proudly adnSJd his leadership in these experiments. 7 "* suit oi ? laubera ,old newsmen that a. a reme \hcL "P^Mnl. he had developed a method of sterilization by simple injection less^han^Lr *"* "" W M !" f • will be able to deny mfSmimliAmZ i* jjj APPROACH FALLS FLAT AT THE BEGINNING The Jewish War Veterans, meeting here lor their fife.l encampment, promised that Sen Smathers would dl?' policy address.* I did not expect that he would and lam, disappointed. But immediate past National I •-.mmander L greeted the conclusion of the Senator'talk .,If „ *!„ \\ hen the Senator finished. Barr in ., public Matem* Smathers take his remarks to the floor of the Senate in M vance the cause of peace in the Near Easl Sen SmatheM burst of enthusiastic applause that followed and I rianh] what that meant at all. But I do know that the Mini total ofL approach to peace in the Near Baal fell flat long before iuu| Sen Smathers began by surveying the spiral of proaV United States. He quoted figures to indicate the rapidly | wealth of Florida and went on to a general survey of produ consumption on the national scene With the exception of thel plight, he said, the prosperous condition of the country CM pected to continue "because it is not based on Federal em In less than three years. Sen. Smathers observed, our govei reduced Federal spending by some $3,000,000,000. While this sounds plausible on its lace, it certainly nt fication—at least to the point of saying that the Republican AtJ tion has inspired the faith of big business and shaken the rot national farm economy. This up-and-down cycle goes has It would be lopsided politicking to feature the value of thel ignore the danger of the other. • • • • • ATTACK AGAINST RUSSIA LOGICALLY ACCEPTABLE No one can logically argue against anything Sen. Small about the Near East. In the face of our national prospenty,| cated that the threat of war in the Near Ka>t hangs "like, us." His address came on the opening day of the Geneva cot] conditions on the occasion of the first Geneva meeting The moment of truth, he said, had arrived. While the I have been talking co-existence, they are now selling arms I According to Sen. Smathers. this followed the general coma tern of aggression, subversion and appeasement—each in its | context and at the proper time. "It would therefore be the I folly," he observed, "to put our faith in the smiling faces of I and Bulganin." It is, of course, true that the Russians have been dangliad illusion before us." And it would, of course, be an excellent•; Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, as Sen. Smathers take up the Near East issue with Russia during the course of* conference. But the simple facts are these: On the very first day of the conference, Mr Dulles den that Moshe Sharett's urgent flight to Paris for discussion itj| Four Foreign Ministers had been a failure. The West, announced, was not prepared to offer Israel any security gu** ( than the Tri-Partite Declaration now in force—about as ton effectual a piece of international double talk as can be found r Ho also said that the United States would not IKprepared UH an arms agreement with Israel to offset Egypt's present pu the Soviet Union. • • • • • ARE WE REALLY AN HONORABLE PEOPLE? Sen. Smathers' advice to Mr. Dulles was therefore The Big Four Foreign Ministers had already come ? re P ar !" %  over the unification of Germany, and it was anticipated war tion would constitute the major portion of the Gen J*'**S In this regard, Sen. Smathers virtually predicted tne w-j conference. Just as the Russians are not to be tru ^, i East, he felt that they are not to be trusted in the matl cation of Germany. "We sit down with them at Ocncw^ cause we arc honorable people—because we genuine!) ate. But we must not retreat. We must not sell oui anywhere." lluu0B I suppose the "smaller peoples" was a vague au Unfortunately. Israel has already been sold out Sir. v ^ ment on the first day of Geneva apart, the L.S a h g_ arming the Arab nations long before the Soviet *ai ^1 common knowledge. Indeed, while we have been ownjr .u sian sale of munitions, our government has been away—principally to Iraq. cmathers' Thus, the essential difficulty with Sen Sir.aw>* %  ,, JWV Florida Day luncheon lay in the fact ,nat .^/ f nt iits'l of responsibility for current Near hast t,n *"J* shoulders of the Soviet Union. They rightly wew > the truth of the Senator's observation on commu. they are now in operation in the Near East But the United States is no less culpable o. ^ ,,* Arab nations to adhere to the Armistice AR "*( uriel'^ Arab League leaders that the national in,, Krl hl(lfka de the" nired and respected, by permitting Egypt to u*, against Israeli shipping in the face of ,nte ^ djusn) aiej global use of the canal, by nurturing Arab w ^ijpl with only token reprimand, by officially l c *' nsU ( r lD ese afl itself against this banditum and vandalism i other reasons—our government is equally K"' £ %  urf This. Sen. Smathers neither stated nor imp""



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WtfJJSW ^Jmisiifhrirti^w, Page 5 A tle rs to the Editor Jwv Elects Kaminsky National Commander in Final Session I Mr. Lw Dtidu Tw w him and Synag' ,:r C religion in the publk ievrih Floridian: nma "As I See If of Oct. 28. discussing the move of the State Supt Ui nd l,n s article of Schools Thomas D „ ai| ^ pi or ,dian after_ I|bHng religious instruction into the ahout thei )Iic schoo system Council The principle of separation of religion from the State is one of ,h,i t leree with ,he most im P or t !" t pillars of the p so sure thai v : n American Constitution neop'-'' wards. i 2 But if people are giv-; The move of Mr. Bailey, regardhi, thou collective conless of how well his intentions are • motivated, is nothing else hut a disguised attempt to bring religion into our school system if not through the front door then through the back door. Every liberally minded citizen should take the most energetic stand against any intention to pracBart meth • %  %  ol winning pport DR. A LEON KRONISH leJeui-li Floridian: |jj like to compliment Mr. Ba tor the outright and stand taken in his col[^"'bc reached and their .. be roused and har', the cause of separation and state It seemi to Uphasis must he put not jjjr R the people, out to their hut besl cm inbeliefs of American democracy. Continued form Page 1 A Kressinnar efforts to cut benefits for World War II and Korean War veterans. 'There seems to be an intense effort." Kaminsky said, 'to cut benefits to the veteran, "I don't think Congress really believes its right. It's a matter of congressmen using the economy theme to seek favor with their constituents." Kaminsky is married, but has no children. In JWV work he served three-terms as national deputy al Organization -which suffered judge advocate, national public re! a stinging repudiation earlier in itions director and a national vice the month from the American Legion. Top items on the JWV's weeklong convention at the DiLido hotel were strong stands on the explosive Middle Eastern situation and UNESCO, and unanimity in proposals to have Congress study the nation's internal security programs ana revise the McCarran Walter immigration act. The estimated 5,000 delegates attending the convention unimously adopted a resolution praising UNESCO — the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Culturcommander. frank Pact, Jr. Community Chest to Kickoff Drive; Frank Pace Will be Main Speaker ; LT^ %  J Hi l H am m\ "*"' B %  ^"^"^^^ '* Mm \ W A iZ.Spingarn, chairman, Beth David Men's Club blood 3r. Marcus B. Cirlin, head of Mt. Sinai hospital blood [end Louis Rosenson. blood bank committee member, I as Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of _vid, contributes a pint of blood to the annual blood fcve held recently at Beth David. More than 75 pints of Te donated when the hospital's mobile unit called at ogogue. NEW STATE LAW AUTO INSURANCE M "tiL ^' •"•"''• 0tt • % *• H Drtv.r'l licenit toch erlvtr ^T •" ,0 '9ilrotion l.gi o each 4 9*ty atrtomtkiU involve* """"• 01 || „ 0B „, ,„ # hfr ou onl<)b i,„ „„,,„, Ik, tama '• Th to '•qlrtt $10,000/$ao,000 Botily Inhtrr end $5,000. •""•I*. kSnt 1 *^ ,$uo • **•' wl,, WHW • &f •' Mr•' m tu.10 d .h.n th. ..Iky i. I..u.. .n i oym.-t, .1 SI 3 00 n o M ,t with no .tr. chare**. For • ilifhfly hlahcr >l % %  % %  > I> i* "' ,nd i '• IXC'"** *c a | HPHh, 4.*th Hn.M. ond %  "•• Mt total di.okM.t, NMlttofl ,.m .n .ut.m.b.1. .ccid.nt. MMK 'WE Hisj] 'Hi FLAGLER INSURANCE AGCY. S266 N.f :na Av J9.86I3 • COMPUTE INSURANCE • IUD6ET PLAN MERCANTILE AT '0NAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH **WiH QUARTERLY on Savings year n Glances from $100 to $15,000 th Account Insured to $10,000 START SAVING HERE TODAY! 1N ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE "ember ft6t,t] D po "' Federal Resfr.e Sjstem Continued form Pago 1 A Hindi Meyer, co-sponsors of the i Red Feather opening dinner, have selected the Fontainebleau hotel as the site of the 1956 opener. A boss and de Hirsch Meyer are %  lao erecting a building which will house the Chest offices and 13 of its 23 health, welfare and youth organizations supported through the once-a-year campaicn. Frank Pace. Jr.. rormer Secretary of the Army, and now excctiI tive vice president of General Dy| namics Corp.. will be featured 1 ipeaker at the dinner to which (guests contributing SI.000 or more to the new Chest drive have been invited. Wnilc only 43 years of age. Pace | held key governmental positions prior to his entrance into private business. He was director of the Bureau of the Budget: chairman of the Defense Ministers Confer\ ence of the North Atlantic Treaty i Organization; and delegate to N'A'IO conferences in Canada and Italy. General Dynamics Corp.. which Pace heads, is renowned for its work on the first atomic powered submarines, the "CSS Nautilus" and tii" 'Sea Woli." His talk before the opening dinner of the Chest will be "The Atom in a Changing World." Lantaff said the Chest's Division "A." Industry Division. Public Employee Division. Professional Division and the Miami Beach Com-' munity Chest will campaign during > November and early December. The Metropolitan Division, made : up of 10.000 women volunteers, is scheduled to kickoff their drive ion Sunday, Jan. 8. He said the 'goal for the new drive will be set this week. Rabbi's Contract Extended Beth Jacob Congregation Wed' nesday revealed that tenure of : office of spiritual leader Rabbi iTibor Stern has been extended through 1960. David Whitman. I chairman of a testimonial banquet i in honor of Rabbi Stern Feb. 19, ; announced that response for reserI vat ions "was heavy." < i < i < < i i < < < i i i i i i lu> Cowtttry Chorgti 4 Optn Sundays 4 Visit any Cemetery in Miami and you will find the finest examples of Memorial Art have been created and installed by THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Tfct 2-Story WkiU Building 3M3 S.W. IHi St. MARKERS $40.00 Homemaker Service Available AN EXPERIENCED, MATURE WOMAN, working under the supervision of the Jewish Family Service in Miami, is available to help your family in the management of your home in time of personal trouble. IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM because your children need temporary care ... or need home management during convalescence ... or need someone to maintain your home because of the hospitalization of a member of the family ... or any other similar problem, contact: THE JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE 10 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Miami FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 82-3434 We Need Additional Investors FOR HIGH EQUITY MORTGAGES BEARING 10% INTEREST ALL PROPERTIES ARE LOCATED IN DADE COUNTY For Information Phone Mr. Spear at 82-6414 WORLD MORTGAGE SERVICE, 217 ROPER BLDG. 20 S.E. 3rd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA UREATER MIAM1AN& Let's Honor Mayor ABE ARONOYITZ HONORARY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE CHAIRMAN Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith MAYOR ARONOVITZ WILL BE HONORED WITH A SPECIAL CLASS EVERY JEWISH CITIZEN OF GREATER MIAMI is sincerely urged to till out the B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION below and thereby pay tribute to a man who has served them and the community faithfully and sincerely for so many years. MAIL TODAY-Remit $20.00 with enclosed blank to: MAYOR ABE ARONOVITZ c/o B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. Ugjj DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 5 SHOLEM LODGE, B'NAI B'RITH, NO. 1024 I am of the Jewish faith and pferfee mystlf to support the high ideals and purposes of B'nai B'rith Date Name Date of Birth Address Zone Phone Occupation Signature of Applicant for Membership B'NAI B'RITH BUILDS ONE AmlRICA-Established 1843



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Pcge 6 A Jen1st Hark/ton Brings Israel Ship Into Port on Time City of Miami Dock ;££££: Mr*. Peggy Logan, cotillion instructor, will lead the new rotil lion group which is being organized for boys and girls in the MVenth and eighth grades by the A double delay—in sailing time Town Branch of the Greater Miami and clocking space -was to have, Jewish Community Center. postponed until Friday at 3:301 Registration for the program is p.m. a cocktail party iboard the B0W | )0 j ng takpn and wi |, providc ss Tai.ii/. Israel freighter which I boys tnd girla an opportunity to %  lso gained %  letter In tt> name | o;irn ,h ( latest dance steps, social during the week graces and dance etiquette. Originally aebeduled to dock Pwrenti will act as hosts during two dayi earlier, the Tappui final the sessions which will run i u was irheduled to arrive a1 tha period oi 14 alternate Sundav eveentrance to Government Col late n ing$ from 7 to 9 p.m., beginning Wednesday afternoon and to tic N, )V 13 UP al the MacArthur Causewaj Terminal DockFridaj morn But the <'Hv of Miami Wednesday ca cl i %  facilities, and the proud Israeli shin lut h 'i e i n i IK dull Dan B Ru kin, a Trustee <>f bBureau Names New Librarian A M. Broad, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, has announced the appointment ci Shepaid Broad (left) and Leon J. Ell, (right] cs co-chairmen ci the JNF dinner which will be qiven in honor of Mendel Fiflher, national executive director of the Keren Kayemeth I Yisroel. The dinner, which will take place on Sunday. Dec. -!. at the DiLido hotel, will honor Fisher for his efforts in the iSta of the important, life-givinq oiqanization which dev :tes itself primarily to the purchase of reclamation of land Israel. Sidor Belarsky. world renowned interpreter of Jew:h and Israeli folk sonqs. will present a musical program. playment of a part-time I; brarian to the Central Jewish Library <.f tho Bureau of Jewish Kiln reel md partner with Max Orocation was announced Wedm vi!/ and other MiamiaiU in nuhy Mis Joseph Duntov, chairman mi-nils Israeli venture is t'. serve of the Bureau library committee bo t at the cocktail party. Mrs Anna R sintow wjn RI ^ Purpose otilM part) is twofold— charge of the library located ; %  : to review brael'i economic prog135 NW 3rd ave. in the Bureau of res. as Indicated by the maiden Jewish Education bldg voyage of the Tappui from Haifa! The |b |s open weekdav< ^^"A^J. 0 ^!!!^.^!^!"^ Mrs Sintow will.be available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Central Jewish Library, with over High High Takes Stasid On Sewcge Cssrs %  ; 'I f the 1 tj il I all >>i the info 1 1 mi 1 rning the cit) 's new age disposal tern" Jame Higl 1 • 1 nn --I'n 1 11 didate, Grout lid tl ••' %  • ek High 1 xplainet the actua to wha'J 1 '• dis al system 1 ( ting tin art foii In June1953, Miami commitera voted to accept bidi on jew a nds at an inten il Of 4.3 percent on $11,000,000 \ th 1 t bonds and 4 32 percent the remaining 119.000,000." 1 li revealed that -'ilwquent nds issued by the citj "have • I for U little as 2 4 and 2 5 ;• rcenl This bond issue at 4 percent was so out of line that newsera throughout the State dis sed i( u matter," High said move coal the taxpayers milOi dollars in this in-!., candidate charged h Mid th'-it "as lOOO as the .. u disposal plant goes into in ever) fret hold-."m the 1 will be as-eed an extra .1 ,1 t r each thousand dollars ol ted value oi his propertj This Will total S 1.36() }ti3 9t) m ex tra taxes annually at the present a eased value ol all Miami prop after Homestead exemption Orkin Service School fo Open This Week Local Orkin office "ill get %  chance to sec (he latest developin the pest control field here this week when more than v."> Orkin men from lour branches will gather here for the Orkin annual reil service school These conferences, conducted bj the technical department of the Pfsl control organization, are designed as a part of the continuous ram carried on b) the company ong lli" more unusual items for discussion will be a new electronic termite detector whereby the footfalls of termites in an infested structure can be heard even whene there 1no visible evidence. The meeting will be held at the Columbus hotel, and the agenda Will include reports from the technical department on field research projects. Such projects arc conducted continuously between Orkin. chemical manufacturers and governmental agencies Participation discussions will feature the important pest control an.I termite control problem! in this area. Samuel Gertner to Speak Samuel Gertner, executive director of lit. Sinai Hospital, will be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai B'nth Lodge on Tuesday noon. N01 8. at the Dilido Hotel, announced Lodge president Michael So.si.1 Gertner will speak on ""The Hospital's Responsibilities to the Community." Gersheo 11 Miller is luncheon chairman. 6.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish 1 and English, is the largest Jewish Guardians of Israel through the use of -hip-to-shore" telephones from "a part of Israel." The Tappuz. which is so new that it took a cable from the vessel to the Israel Bond office to dis library in the South. cover its correct spelling, is bearnmenl Of Isracli-pro-' |Q VhVgenwaTcommunity. duced merchandise for the local] Acme ( oncrete Corp and Dennison I Cora It Fri< Jay, Nc is wi, pleasure announce • J RENE'S FLORIST 9574 HARDING hi SURFSIDE Phone UN B-C99H NOW (,i> EN ] with the beautiful and m in floral "• • • for those r.o! with the ordinary." [in teriors Free circulation of books is open • Distinctive Furnishings 841 H.t. 12th Streit I North Miami, Flo. City Christmas Views Commission's Progress Here Randy Christmas. Miami City Commissioner and candidate for Mayor. Wednesday pointed out "some of the many accomplishments of the present commission. "One of the most obvious accomplishments." Christmas said. "is the $7,250,000 capital improvement program undertaken by the city m the past two years "Included in that program are a new police station, jail and courtrooms, along with an International Trade Mart now getting started on the site of the old Miami Countrv Club. "Incidentally." the City Commissioner said. "I am advocating building a new golf course on LeJeune rd." Also on the present improvement program are allocations for street repairs, off-street parking and parks and playgrounds. "These things." he stated, "have all been done without any new taxes." "Cooperation with the county." Christmas said, "is another aspect! of the present city commission's work that has reached a new high, j f The city and county have worked together on many common problems "The youth and teenagers of the city have not been neglected by this administration 1 personally sponsored supervised teenage dances thai attracted 35.000 young people laat summer And I am advocating a permanent Youth Adrison Committee to help the youth oi Miami with their problems." Function of Social Service At Clinic to be Explained Wh the functionoi the %  ocial 1 department at the United Cerebral P j Clinic? This question will be answt Hondaj 1 ;it a meet-! Ing of the Miami Women's tint. 1608 SW 1st (j hy Mr, Martha' Koch bead of this department at' P Clinic. il ACE-HY SIGH CO 1 PI • 1 1 1. !U RrTAI ma \\ ro SHOVS UOOMS 1: • s CIU B S i RNS4 BA tl 11 \ \ r\ 1 ] 1 C Monufocfurers W • Changeable SK|K| • Bulletin Boards • Menu Signs • Directories • Plastic Letters FOR SCHOOLS • STNA6 Alto large selection el markers for General Men Groceries and Butchers. 1107 N. MIAMI All Phone 82-0291 Individual Gisela A. Hafner, Hair Slvlin 1 • CHEZ ROSE, Hairdresser ] Complete Beauty Service Phone UN 6-1072 7418 Collins A* I HERSCHEL R0SENTHAL CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTING SUITE 1542 ALFRED I. DuPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2 5136 Campaign strategy is discussed at a coffee held at the city commission candidate's home, 599 NW 38th st., by Charles F. Towle and the Mesdames Nate Goldy and Eli Lazar. He's unning in Group 3. W0UID LIKE TO SHARE MY tEAUTIFUL. LAICE HOME with lUorly congenial colt. Year or Urn—. 1121 S.W. 10th Street. Pk.„. 3**34. GLASS '"JfJ&A ftJRSjpBM Upt, lovtlod Mlrrtrt fd Ktul"t'"<9 c r %  -&.. Glaus and Mirror PHONE I Merrli Otli* \ 136 S.W. 8th St your Kind Expressions of Sympathy art Appreciated and Gratefully ***** MIL and MRS. IRVING FIRTH



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fjovefflb* 1 4, 1955 +JmlsHit>rHian Lodge Membership Drive Chaired by Mayor Abe Aronovitz Page 7 A sootf I.* 00 & Miami area. Stolen ft .with the present; lodge this week announced its r^mber-hm drive to; kickoff breakfast ami mobilization [B--' h ""j^y, nPW members Sunday morning, Nov. 6. at the Colony restaurant. 3800 Coral Way Announcement was made this week that Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz has accepted the post of honi orary chairman of the drive Harry Is. Schwartz, membership chairman, -aid that all new member"will receive the personal proposal of Mayor Aronovitz o.i ih ship cards." The Sunday affair is a breakfast, Schwartz i I. "Gui w II Our ov i is l.ooo members i>\ 1986, 11 we ml to discuss the possibility of nai Ing our own building hei shoiein lod^e officers haw been i i cai Th ident; Stanley I). Caidin, presidentelect; Robert J. Lewia and ii Schwartz, vice pre idei \I J ASHHH B.ciman, treasurer; Gilbert Schwartz, correspond n i ecn %  Prank Jaffee. record etary. Edward S. Klein, financial secretary; Bernard Kohn. warder,; M.u tin Stein, assistant warden; Marvin Rauzin. monitor: Bernard Ty tell, assistant monitor: Nathan %  P Miami Circuit Courl %  Raymond Nathan has •eel a member of [otsrnittee en Inl .-national uiiaiions of the American Committee. Judge Na;^anac,ve member ; Rothstem. guardian; Leslie Kn,le M %  L n .„ r,( ATP is' man assistan Kuardian; Sam Miami chaper ot AjU Frjedman ^j, Gordon. Dr. M. Ico-chairmar. ol its comi relations committee and identified with variar': and communal afSetting up plans fcr Sholem Lodge's membership campaign are seated (left to right) Joseph Rayvis, Harry Schwartz and Stanley Caidin. Standing (left to right) are Sanford Swerdlin, Ben Temulus, Milton Sadoff, Norman Lodin, Joseph Weishouse, Edward Klem, Louis Gordon, Frank Jaffe and Robert Lewison. on I'ashruth Ikv Men's Club off breakfast Oct. 30 at Pumper. f or new members along with North nik's. They will also participate iDade, Flamingo and Coral Gables in the person-to-person campaign lodges. issi n on the subI Ku-hei Su| ion Bi3 Religious • will he the highlight of I Dotting al North Shore (hater's Men's Club on D, :.' .Michel's resirman Ij I le. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitl Titor, the panelists include Bnckman. Kosher meat inof the City ol Miami Beach; Shechet. r of the Miami Jewish Federation K on ([immunity RashI pjMUher ol the Jewish A. Kleiman. Sidney Palmer, BerK and R Jonah Kapnard Liberman and Ben Temelcs. ttaal leader ol Congregatrustees. le&eih Israel Past president have also been at the 630 pm dinner will designated as captains in the membership drive. These include Jack Abbott. Nathan Adelman. Sidney Aronovitz. Marx Faber. Milton Friedman, Louis Heiman. John Kronenfekl. Isaac Levin. EL Albert Pallot, Burnett Roth. Judge Sam Silver. Elry Stone. Harold Turk. PROTECTIVE LIFE INSURANCE CO. Niuyt Aro ..ovifi I president Dr Sumner Cow-table Le nard Tobin |a h president irh Shore >up Formed ftosenstein. operator of n Haven hotel, was nam*ient of the South Shore wment Association in an orfinal im. the group 35 civic-minded South %  Ron turned out for elecJerome H. Weinkle. Judge William and the extra curricular activities.' L. Pallot. Kdward S. Roth and Marsuch as athletics, dancing and mu-1 vin Rauzin. ; sic. There will also be displays of To cope with the extra duties as \ science, art a result of the mammoth drive. Schwartz announced the addition of these extra captains WednesBeach LeJ^e Drive Opens Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith. will kick off its membership ^m.;.. paign here at a breakfast Sunday morning, Nov. (j. in the Algier hotel Membership chairman Irving Sehat'/man Wednesday said that Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz has been designated honorary chairman of the area wide drive. The campaign for new members will extend through Dee. 15. he said. Victory dinner for a'l lodges here is scheduled ;it the L Quarter Dec. 22. with Al Pallot as chairman. North Shore lodge held its kickLear School Will Hold Open House I.ear School. 1010 Weal ave., Miami Beach, will hold "open house" for five days during the week of Nov. 6 in conjunction with American Education Week. Theme of this years observance is "Your Investment in America — Your Schools." According to Mrs. Ma G. Lear, school director, the open house will give parents the opportunity to view both the academic program prov d/y announces t h e appointment of Two assemblies will be held during the week. At one. junior students will present a drama entitled "The Search of the Ages," while at the other, seniors will prej officers and the picking Myers.' Leon'kapian' and all "offi sent "Teachers Are People Too." AZA The lower school will offer "Hansel and Gretel. day: Norman Lodin, Robert Bolinsky. George Levitt. Stanley ('. The *t to draw up a charter, f its rights on improveFU*section business conp a " he report' "w>ed to Post •Hi *< Shm ; Lincoln^ C? ">ouneed w>rin. rsi> lerman, presii Wedneslene 'ymme,,, ,, M( nr> w •"ftmi na, i n s oul tand11 to.head up the mar%  *duej manageMihon R. Mannheimer po* president ^f$*£%$; B'nai B'rith. is shown being prese "j *^ a ^ p nd Lodge pin by Leo Sfinman. representing the Distnct^rand LOX -•.VUUI managepin DV LOO OWHHUUU. 'r*—, T, l ^Uinn on < the company. with lack Wilson, treasurer of the Lodge, looking on. "" GEORGE BERNSTEIN AS GENERAL AGENT for Coral Gables and Vicinity The establishment of this additional General Agency in the Miami area enables Protective Life to serve even'better the ever-increasing insurance needs oi one of the nation's fastest growing areas. Mr. Bernstein's success as a life insurance man and his reputation for honesty and dedicated service make him the ideal choice to continue our expansion program. He is well qualified to advise you about your life insurance problems and estate planning. In addition to the usual types of life, term and endowment policies. Mr. Bernstein is writing these special forms of insurance: Children's Insurance. Retirement Income. Educational Plans. Family Maintenance, Family Income, Mortgage Protection. Term to Age 65. Business Insurance, and $10 PER THOUSAND PER MONTH PERMANENT DISABILITY INCOME. Mr. Bernstein will welcome the opportunity to consult with you about your protection and security problems and Will consider it a privilege to serve you. His Office Is Located At: 2146 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 6-0538 PROTECTIVE LIFE rioiiCTivi on tuuoiNC IIIMINGHAM. AlAtAMA



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F=cre 8 A + l*utFU*kfc>n Marry Sent Drexel Will Vie For Trustee Spot Dr. Gustavo L. Drexel is n can tc lor school trustee in ii5. Drexel tinweek told rap rthat he is "the best quali Iicil of any ol the candidates !*• ( -el have -pent 20 years in the teaching field m Hade county .i ,i '• %  her and school principal ''he 39-year-old hopeful is dtrec it the Drexel Sthc>oi at if>:-s rd., Miami Beach, ami i. late "i 'he Universit) of MiHe ia member <>! M h Chamber <>i < ommerce, i"t Southei i! i S ehi ler memo* r <• t Miami B Association and former al •c meml Miami Beach Boani "i Realtors. exel holds the PhD f Miami | uate. Rayman saw Pacific during World WaTal ing over five y e ,Army Air Force. Among Rayman's list*] lights in civic activities-^ co-chairmanship of the ett_ consumers milk conunittei" foughl against the State raift, mission over high milk which resulted in the comn ments in the Guardians of Israel £ ivinR up P rice ">* N. tm reports b, M, •* %  Jf ffltiffftft ier. city manager for the Develami during the consolidate 1 Women's Division of State of Israel Bonds are (left to right) Lf. Col. Dina Werth, Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Mrs. Harry PlatoH. Col. Werth spoke at a "Chen" brunch at Mrs. Koretzky s home Sunday. Mrs. Weitz and Mrs. Platoff are co-chairmen of "Chen" workers in Greater Miami. Shared is Credited With Geneva Coup Continued form Pay* 1 A for the kosher function at the Fontainebleau. Friedland reported "steadily increasing interest in the dinner. Mr Sharetl has attracted the attention of the entire world, and 1 know my fellow citizens will uant to pay the Prime Minister the trihute he deserves for his splendid efforts in behalf of Is reel and of all Jewry every where." Reservations flowed into the Israel Bond office at 1344 Waah ingtOI] eve with daily enrollParents to be Honored Parents o| local students at the i niversits oi Miami will !><• honored Thursday evening, Nov. to. at Ilillel House on the U of M campui Also united to the affair are members <>i the faculty. oPment Corporation for Israel. Plans for a formal reception for the Prime Minister and other activities of the Trustees and Guardians of Israel will be completed early next week as all of Miami looks forward to its first visit from an Israeli Prime Minister. tie of 1953 and was among). in the battle to end slave! of Puerto Rican migrator; workers in the South Dadei fii ^OGUST BROS R} is the f lfsr' DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YOR M. LIEBERMAN & SONS M.LIEBERMAN*5MV| BROOKLYN. Y %  %  %  .. I., LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BAlTiMOtf ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all othtr points Weekly Strvice Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-81 ISURCTY BOND GUARANTY I • %  AH *T W000-IH0I TINT lUITIMAHAI TISMITI JOII Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. Roof Leak? Call Victor Conn # Lot at rrpoir it or apply • new on. For tr* •Himole phone 9-5274 Avme Roofing Co. Levi Plumbing Company "fstaofishtd 1924" 2)41 S.W. 3rd ST. CAU 91414 Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Serviqe 820 S. W. 4th St. Phona 9-8477 lO EXTRA dividend days! It's WIM to pan an occount, or add to protant savin**, baforo Novtmber 1W" • • • .•..o..rn 3% '"^""H Hara aach account it in.urod tats to $10,000 immi unifl AND LaSN •••OC1ATION 415 1100 LINCOLN RD. 7474 COiimS AVE. 41 tt ST., MIAMI REACH 1344 N.t '**



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r .ito^Lii?5L ?J**MFhrSdlia,n ? O iLambda Phi Alumni Association of Greatr Miami at a meeting Oct. 28 elected to See the following: seated. Judge Raymond han, president; standing (left to right) chel Rosenthal, first vice president; Gil bwartz, treasurer; Neil Schiff, third vice Page 9 A ''WWWWWWA^* president; Julian Benjamin, executive secretary; Robert Traurig. second vice president Not in picture are Joseph Lipton. financial secretary; and Paul Anton, secretary. New officers will assume their duties at a dinner meeting scheduled for Nov. 23. ish Family Service Reveals New iram of Placement in Private Homes .ho Golden Age club Of the Miami Beach GMJCC at 2:30 p.m., and on Nov. 20. at 2:30 p.m.. he will talk to the Golden Ae club of the Town Branch. "I propose to ask these groups to help me organizationally in the recruitment of prianother step forward in its ent type of service than that pro nsion of services. Jewish Earnvided through Instltutionalizatlori Service t hiweek announced she said that Jewish Family Sciv Vil,e residences for the older peojrim of senior citizen placeice is now prepared to offer private P' e for whom the Agency will ulti. in private residence homeresidence care for the aged. SeyWtely provide service.' he reveal* Bahette A<•kerman. presimour Siegel. assistant supervisor e increasing more jiy than any other area in the hed States. This increased rth will Inevitably be reflecti the need for more social servWe must now hegin to plan | this anticipated increase. A t part of our social effort will to be in the field of assist to our senior citizens, since Itaiow that because of our fav-! [climatic conditions, our oldple arc moving into Florida wter numbers than ever bcAckernun explained that "cannot anticipate all of the f ways of meeting the problems mior citizens We do know I although we have one of the l Jewish Homes for the Aged pai. institutional care is often I the solution lor those older M who are physically able to htiinthemselves in the commuand tish to do IO." • a nj m beginning to meet |notional and physical needs per persons requiring a differir Students 1 | Field Trips *r 25 students of the lower -of the Lear School of Miami *re treated to an inside 'of the Miami Beach Fire Deem" this week. Prt of their studies coin!ith Fire Prevention Week. I Katalie Jordan, supervisor of per school, joined with Cap V*JMr Stokes oi Fire Station I I a explaining to the students ; s oeson behind the doors of 'fighting station. Wty, senior students of ["*! will make their first •"P of the current season 1 *B visit the Miami area's attraction, the Seaquarium K'ckenbackcr Causeway. KWtfS & %  •* %  new private residence service for %  Wd of the JFS board, stated. older people. As part of the dc'During his stay in a private resivelopmcnt of this service. Siegel deuce, the older person will reis enlisting the assistance of some ceivc the complete casework faciliof the Jewish Golden Age groups ties of the Agency, so that his later in the community. years will be more certain, secure On Nov. 6. Siegel will address and happier." "AT GANS Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE iQkttactCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DAOE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Titlt Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. Capital, Surplus A Reserves Ixceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 SAVE BY MAIL STOP WISHING START HAVING 1 Open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW! Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before the 10th of November will earn dividends from the first of November. Save at Dade Federal jOSiPH M UPTON, PxM'dft ^ 7r'W'W^WA^A/rfWAr'W< PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "O "Miami's Leading Serving the Jewish MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING Exclusively TO THE JEWISH CUEMTE1E Memorial Dealers' 7 Community Since 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I All Monuments Custom Made 3277 79 81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next to Cornet at 33rd Avenue • HI 6-5921 PHONES: j HI 6-5922 o%  o•a# ourtvous Etiivient MHgniiivd Serviev NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7677 \ SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONORand DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS ^ xx / s MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director



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Page 10 A vJeHistncridtoin Civic Orchestra S!at es Concert Here Nov. 13 Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Will give a concert at Flamin Park on Sundaj evening, Nov. 13, according t'> an announcement Wednesday by Alfred A Lesser, president. Lesser laid thai B kin will i c id % % %  '' r al the con cert. "We expeoJ to have the %  complimenl i i 62 players t" r ni-,' of [hi up' conci 11 • 'i the year," he ail! Silver's, Mrs. Beatrice in a ten-month period next Mar is MD JL^Wl 5 .'3 I C C Stepkin, is a teacher at Coral Way Baby Die-Dec Diaper Seriy • 0 R l AT t R MIAMfi Fllj, An Exclusive laundry for Diapers cr.i hhfo 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE ,y lour Satisfaction Our Pleamt" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAJ 3466 N. Miami Avenue ,„,, Elernentao School andhai taught in the Da-le count) system tor 23 Alfred Lesser MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SU'TE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day and Night Phonj 82-M78 Civil. Criminal and Insurance Investigation!. Alexand*. Stall I and Avery Wilhelm. Directors. Sam I graduate of Miami High Schoolj n ine ami the University of Miami, has >•'•"" %  • Iannounced in Group 1 in the coun-1 Silver is active m committee ( lj wide election Nov. 8, i ir school work with both the Dade County trustee and Florida Bar associaticau. He is Silver tald a rally of his friends %  Mason, an Blk and a member of and supporters was scheduled the Dade Miami chamber of ComWednesday al the Robert Clayimerce hotel. He was charter president and Native ol Alabama, Silver mOVserved tWO turns as head of the ad to Miami :si yean ago and has Coral Gables Jewish Center. practiced law here for 18 years. as| Vls silver is a college graduate a member of the firm of Pallet, and active in community affairs. I Silver and Mulloy, in the Congress currently serving as district direc-l b rf S i tor of the Community Chest camHe resides at 707 Malaga avc.ipaign. Coral Cables, with his wife and | Tho candidacy of Silver has re two sons. Dennis, 11. and Wayne. 8 calved the open endorsement of years old Dennis .s captain in the Mayor Abe Aronovitz. Miami: safety patrol Q| West Laboratory M3Vfir Fred B. Hartnett. of Coral School, (iables; Mayor Jack Crim. of West A past president of the CniverMiami, Mayor Lee Rosa. Surfside; sity of Miami law school alumni Judge Norman Lyons, North Miami association. Sholem Lodge. B*nai Beach. B nth. and of the B'nai Brith silver said. "The satisfaction of Council of South Florida. Silver j trymg t0 give of my experience, has been municipal judge of West | training and talent to the continuMiami for the past six years and e d betterment of our schools will Is currently president of the Mu-. be ample reward for my service, if n.cipal Judges Association of Dade 1 i am privileged to serve as a school un,y trustee" There is no compensaPrior to his legal training at the tion for the office. Carpet Laying and Repairing RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 3-1155 a 32 20C7 A1E HUG CLEANERS FUPNITURE CLEANING i REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Mcnth Guarantee—$7.50 up, exert EXPERTS ON ST4RTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS — REASONABLE PRICES BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS HS-YOS/r IIATTEIIY MFG. B0 N.W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE ^^ Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Buildipg l IX FUST STREET MUM.. FLORIDA RHONE ,.,„, One of the Largest and Most Complete Prescription Pharmacies in the World V*. t, FOSSITT, tripriefr Tharp and Hill Named by NCCJ Dr. C. Dorcn Tharp. dean of the faculties and secretary of the University <.f Miami, was named Protaatanl co chairman of the Flor-> ida region of the National Con-! fereace ol Christians and Jaws, it vai announced by James at Le (" %  ate board chairman. Dr Tbaip, who baa served as i for the past l uccaa di Cecil P, Holland m this leadei ship poal LeGata alao aanounoad that Dr. Joe Hall ite superintendent ol schools, Vould succeed Dr. Tharp as aacratarj of the state board Dade Monuments. Inc. MU S.W. It* STRUT rh.H, HI 4-2011 Catering Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele We ore one ef Miami's Lemiimm Umitk Menemenf Oomltrt MAINTENANCE, Incorporated SASH and SCREEN SERVICE ALIEN L PARHISH, Monafer 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone 3 5491 Hartleys Ant Top Shop The Best In Moterlcda and Workmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avanue Phone 3-8997 Phocj I SALE OF NEW AND USED PORTABLE TYPEWI AND ADDING MACHINES American Typewriter Com| minm j 223 N.E. 2nd AVENUE •EISOIAIIZED SERVICl "AtT" "MAUKY" "NAT* COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecki Rebuilt ledy Repairs end Peietiei Rhenes 3-M44. 2-4*52 140 S.W. H MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINOB AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY' APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN MrCUNE, MA I MARION C McCUNE, MA I I IKS I I I DI l< \l IU ILDING MIAMI t si iblishcd l*M IMEIFIIE'* • Jw$t 3 minute* from New*^ GrondCentrolTemwo'^ 1 v.nrtntlyneofK>HrlrHi' shopping dis,,;c, • h •. l !^ cantrolly looted. I W. • ro o fl „or•olleqipp•<^* ,,, binotion rub ond ^ eircvlorinfl lea •*• !" V mirror. 4-stoHon '<><> **" ,Ntw York* fr^r" Near the Uni d lEXINGTOMAitAT**' 1



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u„^mbei-4, 1955 Dead at 77; nmunity Worker *Je*islinnrJr&un retired died Monday. ntisf who from New they have merged in Miami ll :1 Ji* I ol the Far6 Kmanumortal chapels in these two cities Both Rivei-Mrta „„i D I .. Thi. association incorporates the m Cha, ,T '" facilities and experienced per on the Miami and Kami nel of four -odern chepei, looti.h eotajg Re** ^J n M a m, :. V V > H :l 1 i ll r .. ;in 1 'Established more than M ,,i bran( 1 i>n National YVorkers % Itotheaon. kilt of i U n i Dr. [,,.' ,: '" < 1 t G Jewifli lion. rivor include his wife, Shirg hrothars and lour sis„ WC rc held Wednesday Ws Miami i hapel, with [ in m Sinai Cemetery. SID HARRIS kill l'i. • '"' f Harris T! i-alrl tl Vgency, th. larger Hi came tgo and I r, selma; a l W „ brothers, Louu |hi;.nd B sister. Mrs Ruth gjrvl, Kfi-i Mondaj In M .... I CbaBeL laic, with burial In New JACOB MILLER Ul, H>ron :. w lii> I .i me 1 I • -1c ,klyn, died I N I -,. a tt t|j i I .nit ..w II, l Cnlvcrt In iu.. i nishii i 1M Mr*. Kititl MargoUa: a son. tto rrandi tilldri n and MM H, w.iiiiciiil.ei 5 I., I Ion Bel vm at Ri\ %  ; ; M.-moblngt<>ii ave with frrookl SAMUEL ROSTHAL i s\v ni "i me here i Ni w York, died garage t in, ,, f ( he Ke) |jj \. n v..i k II,' on, it, riaughti i %  Ml.l.i lie and four M with liurkl: Ni bo RS THEREZA HERTZ %  A h*i i ,i me here i N'i ,\ Vork, died %  fcui Ufffl I .i %  i %  irandi hllili i n Services %  \! i |: la I In Ml Ni ho i '• meRiverside, Beach Memorial Merge; Four Locations to Service LocalArea Direclors of Riversi.le Memorial rael. Bath Jacob. Temoh Chapel Wadneadai'announced that El, Miami Beach \'u Pago 11 A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ICE i> HEREBY GIVEN tl h liuj to • 'i,I, r III. : HORE i '' %  IDrive, Mian i Bei a, int. „ : ui* my, l l',i nla 1 I'M Wll.l.l Mi'i. :n DsrRoAi II w .; %  LEGAL NOTICE in nt %  20th ave, Miami Beach. .236 Wart, ago, the, have developed 7i££ ington ave. and 1850 Alton rd.; lion tor dignity h„. r and Normandy Isle. 1250 Normanof mJJSSU UtmS ftS dy dr : ,ni( '' nd consideration," BiasIrving Blasberg, vice president org and Levine said, of the new organization, is the According to the directors of fourth generation of families enRiverside, "Most people call Rivergaged in funeral direction. Born ; s cle — an indication of the trust in New York, he moved here with and confidence they place in the his family over 10 years ago, where i Integrity of this proud name." he, together with Leonard A. Le-1 R'verside-Beach Memorial Chapvine, opened the Beach Memorial cls w '" continue to offer 24-hour Chapel on Alton rd. He is well ambulance service, transhipping known in business and philanan(l complete funeral services of thropic and social circles and ac •very type, live in local and community inter NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HI •: %  I or %  N • %  i nty, Floi Ida MELVIN .;. H.HSTI:. >.\i ,, i.n.ii.jf" T W QOLDSTROM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ii l.i 'signed, desiring to enga i.i-iii. i n.;. i i he fli m lous n 11 CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS, al Centra ; ilvd., Mia ml, Int. ndc itei -., I.I ii..'inwith tip : %  Court ..I i lade < %  %  %  111) l-"l HENRY MOSh HENRY NORTON A I i"i II. ,..i A I 16 l'ilyne 1! 4-11-IS ests, including membership in Masonic Beach Hibiscus lodge, Miami LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Beach Elks, Knights of Pythias, JJJH J.HPJCIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Oddfellows and is a member of Temple Kmanu-Kl and Beth Sim! om. Levine, chairman of the hoard of Joseph Levine and Son, Inc., a I firm founded 75 years ago. is a; graduate of the University of' Pennsylvania and its law school, a Mason, past president of the Cold en Slipper Square Club of Philan>". IRVIXO OTETNriARDT.'m Lindelphia, a member of the board of %X?\S*3$*SE?ii *£. the Albert Einstein Medical CenHeritor th< Circuit Court on or bet ter of Philadelphia, member of B'nai B'rith. past president of the Sol C. Kraus lodge of B'rith Sholom and now a permanent member of its board of directors, former Philadelphia chairman of the City of Hope and a member of its national board of directors. FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No ,84597 ANNA KLEIN, Plaintiff, LOUIS KLEIN, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Mills KLEIN 30 i'. ace Btri 1 I N.w lli iin-w Ick. New .1.1 s.-v VOL' ARE HEREBY notified thai a Bill -.f Complain! foi Divorce has i" %  11 flh a an Inn) 1 ou, and MI %  i • '>•<%  b) : equfl .-.I to iei 1 • ipj of your \ii-w.i on the ulalnttff'ii attorthi Bill of 1 %  %  1111 i.ii 111 i n be taken -. .1 liv \ nil. 1 • ITEI 1 thli :':i.1 day ..r Move 1 K II. LEATHERMAN, :. rk of the Clrcull Courl B) .MAN COCRNOYER, 1 leputy < 3erk 11 i-11-iNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF £kR RI ,P A ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401 rLEMEXM HCilBCER, Plaintiff, HELEN 1: SCHEUER, Defi ndanl r<): HELEN WHECER los-11 7th \vt K.n.'.st Hill.-, 1,.1. \,. w fork ^ mi are requii .-.i to >. rve .. copj ..f your answer t.. the Bill ..f Complaint : L>lv on 1 h,iilainlifl's attorn. ) and t.. me the orlarlnal answer In the office "f Hi.Clerk f the Circuit Court >.n or before Ui<. 5th .las ..f December, A I' i'.'• %  '.. ..Hi. 'i w laa, ih* Kill ,.f Complaint for Divorce, heretofore fii'.i herein, will be taken as confeaaed bs you. Dated a| Miami, Kioii.ia. tins ni..' %  itii day .if October, I:..".:. K. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk .>f the circuit CoUI t. I M'l,' %  .,llli!\-. II., I Id lly: M. s. OREEN, (Circuit t'.mii Heal) Deputy Clerk MILTON A KBIEDMAN, Attv, 1021 Beybold liuii.linv I1/4-11-1S-2S In July, 1955. they opened the *RN0LD KL£IN 34 • |vih st who inn,, hi'if *<> 1(0 from Brookt) 11. died Hi MI ictor and r. ti ilaufhter, .us..11 .. nil lu .. sc,n^ p 4 Vfilllam Si 1 \ Ic'ea an • Hi • %  Memorial 1 WuhiiiKlnii ;n. with l.urlal Is oai |*BHAHAM LEVINSON %  Ii.-. I 1 i. 1. 21. Miami Kiin.i.il limn,. U a "I urianc. mi nta. MRS. ROSE PEIST lied Oci :'.i Berv B.... h L Washington .,\. In Mt. \.i„, ,-, „„.,, n JACK JACOBSON 5* 'I' tl illed Oct 1. 'tin KnlRhli of IMIil.is. 1 nrt .1. wi-h Community 1 "1 a civil *rvl, %  era,"""!"'' v ""<-< .'l-hl 'I II.Is auraJK,* iwo s,.„s. B were Oct ia u, 11 l ""•' i ,h NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKKY GIVEN that modern and completely air conin. undenlxned, dealrlna to enaag. ditionod chapel on Normandy Isle. J |? d j7i h cirai U Wa "sltaml! •Abe Eisenberg, treasurer, has n ,',i'i.i-'i,l i. ^ i. raid name with the been active for over 15 years in clerk of the circuit Courl of bade Miami Beach as treasurer of River( NI8SON s PEARL side Memorial Chapel. He is all' 1-11-18-13 member of Hibiscus Masonic lodge j No. 275, Miami Beach Knights ofi Pythias lodge No. 170, Miami Beach Exchange club. Temple IsNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN thai Hi,' undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Dctltloua name nf JOSEPH ITl.l.KN. al 3810 N.W. l-t St.. Miami, intend* to reglat. %  with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl ..I Dade County, Florida. M \i IRICE COHEN ii. i-n-is.;j Newmaa-Oordon Puneral Home waa in charge ..f local mrangements. ARTHUR LICHTENSTEIN *9. of T3X l.'.th si. who came here l.i years ak.> from Allqulppa, Pa died .f arrangements. DAVID SILVERSTEIN 7^'. ..I' 111 ave., die I II,. came t" Mia •<< leven i cai from Detroit, where he hail owned .. mai bine ahop. Burvlvora In. Iu Barak, ""' %  • cl tera. Bervlcea and burial r. in Detroit, with Rlveralde-Heath Mi Hal Chapel, Wartlngton ave In charge of ai rangen NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thi uBderalgned, desiring to engage In inder Ihe fictitious name ..i MIAMI DANCE CENTER, al 700 S \\ Kth Street, Miami. Intends to register name I th Ihe "i. i k .>f the Clr, uti Court of Dade County, Florida. HARVEY LEE STANLEY RICHARD Attorne) f"i Applicant 10 i I .in, ..in Road 11 I-U-18-S3 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Ne. 30122-A RE E8TATE •! %  s M'l. MINKKOFF, Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE isherebj glvi n thai I have I led in. final report and petition ror Final i'is, barge as Administrator ol ,1,. estal SAIL MINMCprF. de.,,. n nd thai on Ihe 5th day of i h cr ;:.,,. will apply t" the Hon,„,,i,i, fount) Judges ol Dad. i.ount>. Florida, for approval "f aald final re,„„., and for final dla. barge aa Ad., mistral f ihe Estate ol SA1 i. MINSK" -ll di' eased. T iit 27th daj of O. tober, %  ; %  .,, EMANCEL s MIN8KOFF MYERS, HEIMAN d KAPLAN I •!' Estate II 1-11-18 23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl 'I Hi: is HEREBY GIVEN that Mn undersigned, desiring to engj buslm ind the fictitious nami nf K. C. PACKAGE STORE, at is N.W. Isl Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends lo reglstei s.i i.i name with the I "lei k i ii• nil .'.iiit of Dade County, II.H iila. CHARLES M. Kol.UN MARK SILVERSTEIN, Atty. 120 I.m ..In Road, Miami Beach, Kla. 10 2s — 11 1-11-IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184283 IK.MA MITCHELL, Plaintiff vs, NATHAN MITCHELL, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |. i NATHAN MITCHELL X'.L'.'I Perry Avenue -Apt. 8-F Bronx 87, New York YOU, NATHAN MITCHELL, are i.'i|iiire>l i.. s. i\.a co|.\ nf your Answer to the Bill of Complain) for Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ., One I.in...In Road Bldg., Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk ..f Ihe aln.\e Curt on or before the 4th day of December, 1955, .a Complaint will be taken aconfess* d, Dated this Mtn day f October, 1 :•:.... B, B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court By It. H. KICK. .115. (Seal) Deputy Clerk JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, BSg One Lincoln Road Bldg. M a ml i %  • .. h, Florida 11 l-ll-ls GIFFEE1 INDUSTRIES. INC. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA SUB-CONTRACTORSPECIALIST SHEET METAL FABRICATION & INSTALLATION ERECTION STRUCTURAL STEEL-GYPSUM ROOF DECKS ROOFING-COMPOSITION, ASPHALT, PITCH 4 TILE VENDOR, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL UTILITY PIPING COLD STORAGE PLANTS & INDUSTRIAL .NSULATION EQUIPMENT-PROCESS ENGINEERING & DESIGN S OLAR WATER HEATING !" !" MCTRICAL BOOSTERS FOR 2-5 YEARS FREE ESTIMATES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deab'ing t*. engage In business under the fictitious name of THE YACHT BAR, al I8T1 N W 17th Avenue, Intend to register sai.i name with the Clerk of Ihe circuit Courl of I lad. < '.uiiil> i-1..i Ida WILLIAM H AVERY RI.EANOR \l WKUV PACL ANELLl KI:S.-I,I:K AND >;M:> • •• %  Applicants i;s.' \v. hiaglei si. i,i 28 ii (-ii-is IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33927-A RE: KSTATK OF DAVID MEYER I NOTICF OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is herebj given that I have • :, ,i :, t final n poi i and petition ror Discharge of Executor "f the (ate of BAV1D MEYER, da and that mi Ho28th da) ol Nov. u ii apply lo th.Honorable FRANK HOWLING, Count) -in. c.iiiiiy. Florida, for approval ..f ;,,..; i. I'.a i and i..i final .'h.n. as Kxei itoi of the Batati of n \\III MEYKR, d< This 17th daj ..f ictober, l!>S... |.\\ID IIIKAS, Executoi Aii,, i in \ for Exe. utor OKOKGE CHBRTKOF i. mpla Bldg Miami II, Florida 1018 H 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMELAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,i,.. i. | .i desiring to engage In inder the fictitious name ..f ACE-HY SIGN COMPANY al 1107 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida. Inl.-nlto register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade '' oUI y n fl. H. BASS BERNARD HCTNKIt. Esq. 4.is oiyinpla Bldg,. Miami. Florida A||:. ISS ll 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN t o e 1 1 •%  :.. %  i he i i.i ii IOUS na i THE TRAVEL BHl tl', al 258 i Kt., M i.i ml, I lor I da, In) with the ..f the 'ircull i 'oui i of l iade %  > da. RALPH ROBBIN MEYER, WEISS. Rt)SEN .vRi • i i ill i 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, I 11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.undersigned, desiring t<> engag business under the fictitious nai SWEBTWATBR DAK. al 160 lusiii Avenue, Sweetwater, Inten. rrglstei aid name with the Cler if the Circuit Court of Dade Co Florida. REN vn> K K.N..I KESSLER .v OARS Attorneys for Appllcanl 1782 \v. Flaglei St. ll 1-11-18-85 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.undersigned, desiring to ewr liusinesD iin.lei ihe flelilinus mi KILVER DTtL'OB, al letWO N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Dade County, Intend to register said name wit] Clerk "f Ihe Circuit Court of County, Florida DAVID SILVER ZKI.DA SILVER MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants r.:.o Beybold Bldg. ii 1-11-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HtCREHY GIVEN the nnd. r.-igned, desiring t.> engag business under Ihe fictltloiis nan NORMAN KLEIN INTERIORS. TP, llsi St Miami Beach. I intends to register said name with I i Tei 1; ..f i hi' 'ii nil Court .,f I County Florida NORMAN KLEIN ITERIORS, INC SHAPIRO AND FRIED \ 11... nej for Applli ant 420 Uncoln lload ll l-ll-is-:'", IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174i;5 FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff. vs. MILDRED DILl.AKD WALLACE WRIGHT, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MILDRF.D DILl.AKD WALLACE WRIHHT (address unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that %  BID of Complain! for Dlvo • has been filed against yog and you arc required i" file your answer In iii. i uric .,f the 'lerk ..f the Cl Court, Dade C.unly. Florida, and a copy of your answer on the PlaintlTs attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ. ESQ., al line Lincoln Uoad. M Roach, Florida on "i before the Ind daj of December, 1953 If you fs ,i,, sl .i D e c r ee Pro Confeeao will be ni. .I against you Hon.and ordered this 1st da) n November, IM*. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Circuit Clerk B) K H. KICK. JR. (Beat) Deputy CJ< ll 1-11-18-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni 'II' K is HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, dealrlna to encag* in -. under the fictitious nan lilFT P. \/A y K. at I27M Blm Blvd., Miami. Florida, intends to latei %  Id i am.' with the Clerk ol || Court of Dade County. Fl.. Wit I.I AM Fa IN I GILBERT YOUNG Attorneyi foi William Boxer 10/18 n 1-71-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1812JS PAUL W. TURNER, Plain! \ -. LLE TURNER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ESTELLE TURNER ideitce 1111K11 %  %  You are hereby notified thai a Blu of "omi lain! for Dlvo tiled Rgalnsl \ OU, and 1 OU I i to si %  %  py of youi V' w i'i, adina to the Bill of Complain ih. i.i.. nii'fs attorney, and fill original Anawer or Pleading In of the Clerk of the Clrcull I on .a before the Ilnd day ofNov< i„ r 1833 !f you fall to do incut by default will be lak. n a| yon for Ihe relief demanded In Bill ol Complsflnt. This notice shall be published on-e week for four consecutive • In THE JEW ISII FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Mia da, this Hth day of Oi tobi r, A D, F ll LEATHERMAN Clerk, Circuit Court. 1....io '..mux. Ilorlila i:> R. II RICE, JR ni.. .it Court Se ill Deput) Clerg MELV1N I. MtTROFF Attorney for Plaintiff S7 Lincoln ltd Miami I'.e.nh. Ha. 10 11-18 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engai l.nsines und, i the fictitious nan FT. \MlNi;.. .'l.i K ai P O Box : 11. a Ii In. Fla., Intends to ,.ii,l name with the Clerk. %  Cii, nil Conn of Dad.Counly. Flo DAVID S. flOLDFIN IM -'1--'S — 11/4-11



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Pa ge 12 A vjewisti fhrkUar^^ Fridai THANKS TO YOlf... ... ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL FRIENDS, WHO HELPED MAKE OUR GRAND OPENING SUCH A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. WE ARE PROUD TO KNOW YOU, AND PLEDGE REPEATED SAVINGS SUCH AS YOU ENJOYED LAST WEEK. i Everyone Welcome! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE t I I AND AUCTION Wk AVE. FARMERS MKT. AUCTION 0 ,he Auctioneer, the, ,, our AUCTION HOURS: FR10AY-10 .m"> i<•*••" SUHOAY-1 p.m. to 7 ••">• ABSOLUTE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ON ANYTHING YOU BUY The ShopArama... Florida's first complete Farmers market and auction offers you just about everything you want to eat. to wear, to use! And the prices... they are the lowest anywhere in the South. So come out aid join us. Spend the day in this city of over 60 shops! SHOPARAMA SHOPPING HOURS OPEN FRIDAY.... 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. OPEN SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. OPEN SUNDAY .. 9 am. to 7 p.m. Open Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9 ajn. to 9 pjn. -fc MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON EVERYTHING YOU B^ V



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H J A Mr. and ***• R •<• • ^ *• **aW ti went to Bethlehem! Pa. and Newton, N.J., to visit relatives From there, they traveled South (or a stop over in Washington. In Washington, Richard received the Elijah Watt Sells gold medal for having attained the -idlest score from among 12,000 candidates the nation who took the last CPA exam. extremely proud of him as he accepted the award >' w ab In( American Institute of Accountants. The son h ST M T. Horwich, Oak Park. 111., he's a graduate of the if Miami and was formerly a staff auditor with Callahan Ifn Miami. In addition to being a qualified accountant, V 'member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, Florida her of the Miami Accounting Society. He's g, a nf) a mem wiated with the law firm here of Dubbin. Blatt and L"i telling friends that she and Richard are now getting "move into their new home at 731 San Juan dr., Coral [fte-s the daughter of the Jack Pallott, Miami. The couple's nth-old Mitchell Alan. n t Eiwnhower has acknowledged a gift of personal reijnd a letter ol good wishes for his recovery from Cantor Philip Brummer, of Temple Emanu-El. eledgment came in the form of a letter of thanks from ent. who said that he particularly enjoyed the excerpts .. %  to given by Cantor Brummer. [tat, of Chicago, relative of the Brummers, was a personal Ibodyguard of Mr. Eisenhower during his 58,000-milc prc[tour back in 1952. Li Staff Notes: Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Virgin were off to [this week to attend a Trauma meeting, as well as a gather! American College of Surgeons. [lo the Windy City for similar reasons was Dr. Rudolph Kith him went wife Florence. Their Nautilus dr. home and they love so much will be strangely silent until their [back from New Orleans and a convention of the Amert Association are Drs. Philip Samet, S. Charles Worbtow Kuotl. fing Coals To Newcastle Dept.: Mt. Sinai physicians were i their rounds when they bumped into Dr. Mayor B. Marks Id. He's on the sick-list now. ited in November at their Pine Tree dr. home are Nancy HGr*n. Although the couple have a Fifth ave., New rtment, they -pent most of the summer on their Connect iJrwnw are Maying on to repair damage-to the -house inundated during the recent floods near Darien and 'and Bob will May in Miami Beach for about a week to rhome and then return North until later in the season. vacation saw many Miamiahs take the open read to tindthen that magic trip to the continent. A steady travktt route tinyear has been Samuel FriedUnd, chairman irdof Food Kair Stores. I is now that Sam and Hatti are off v. t KM ay' flying flomJon. Rome and Paris. Beach\ publicity man Hank Meyer is amon? the four softhe I'M Symphony Club. So he, Mrs. Mario Volpo, Mrs. ttwhiw and Mrs. Philip Mallory were honored last week on m the Columbus hotel. >*ere musical pins for the ladies and a pair of musical cuff Hank, who is mighty happy about it because collecting (has been his hobby for a long time. '.with the gift to Hank came a certificate signed by UK Ml of the I 'diversity of Miami Symphony Club: Mr. IWKon, president of the organiration, was unable to at* Presentation. pBAshsvtlle. N.C.. now and won't be back until sometime tovember But daughter Frankie was on hand busily encour"ttoto join the club. in this busy job was Mrs. Charles Geldstoin. The members made Pat very Happy. %  "•hlborg.of Miami Beach, will be associated with Tyrone ff. Br adway play, "The Guest Room." %  informing friends that although the play is a dramatic %  • "vrono will have the opportunity of singing several man about town these days is Joe Wiesner. of DiLido 'beautiful and unusual purse accessories are featured on %  w cover of 'House and Garden." Uy •••• ll Proud of the fact that his accessories arc. n gnt her in our city. 4Mfi ,W .u Wefk Dusin trip to New York is Mrs. Bernard ,2 Alton rd M h !. I e oted Publicity woman, who has been doing top 1 eld f r a long time. %  < € C 'oew l h,K ,a ,Mu v Dr and %  *•> MIHon Lesser are the par W Mol, '• on the st Sinai *t at ,K Marwin Cossets announce the arrival of ed at the Saxony in 1M. now have two %  to i Su ** n • • • Chicago lKe h PPy occ,lsion w s W mother. Mrs. Anna il/l oman s "World MIAMI. FLORIDA Friday. November 4, 1955 Section B Approving smiles by Mrs. William H. Lee, Mrs. Edward Kanter and Mrs. Gerald Schwartz greet the completed charter of the Albert Einstein group of the Greater Miami chapter oi Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Mrs. Lee is chapter coordinator for the new Hadassah group, which is headed by Mrs. Kanter, president and Mrs. Schwartz, first vice president and membership chairman. Area Determination Builds New Albert Einstein Group An expanding community in the North Dade area has moved to meet its women's organizational needs. A new Hadassah group was recently formed in North Miami Beach following a series of meetings and social functions presented by ladies there. The new group is named after one of the greatest scientist-philosophers in world history anoKa Jew whose identification with the State of Israel brought him an offer of the Presidency on the death of Dr. Chain Weizmann—the late Prof. Albert Einstein. One of the first women in the area to recognize the need for a Hadassah group in North Miami Beach was Mrs. Simon Lipton. of 1125 NE 87th st. Way back in June, she called Mrs. William H. Lee. coordinator of the Greater Miami chapter, to discuss the possibility of forming such a group. These two ladies then met with Mrs. Edward Kanter, 221 NE 104th st., Miami Shores, and Mrs. Albert Feldman, 820 NE 139th st. The result was two teas—one at the home of Mrs. Kanter and the other at the home of Mrs. J. Burton Keyes. 12550 Palua rd. And on June SI. the Albert Einstein group of Hadassah was granted a charter. The group didn't have its first membership affair until Oct. 17. when 22 paid-up ladies participated in a function at the home of Mrs. Murray Apfelbaum, 1150 NE 129th st On that day. the Albert FiiVstein group more than doubled its membership —to 53 women. The Hadassah spirit of cooperation wr.s amplv demonstrated on that occasion. Members of the Weriorah group put on a skit, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, past president of the Greater Miami chapter and past regional president, acted as installing officer for the following: The Mesdames Kanter. president; Gerald Schwartz. 925 NE 160th st.. vice president; Lipton, vice president; Jules Werner. 1005 NE 169th ter.. treasurer; David Collins, 712 NE 72nd st.. financial secretary; Albert Feldman. 820 NE 139th st., corresponding secretary: and Leslie Bukstel, 1055 NW 128th ter., parliamentarian. Chairmen appointed at the Albert Einstein group's first membership function were the Mcsdamc Lawrence Kresne, 605 NE 140th st., publicity; Jack SchiUinger, 5225 NE 2nd ct., sponsor; Arthur WilContinuod en Page 5 B Workshops Accelerate Plans for Women's Division Function A series of 1 workshop meetings will accelerate plans for the Women's Division second annual educational conference to be held on Nov. 30. Nearly a score of meetings have been scheduled in the offices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa tion by committee chairmen planning the county wide program expected to attract nearly 1.000 worn en in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. According to Mrs. Irving Lehrman. chairman of the year-round Women's Division, reservations by organizations, groups and individuals are now being accepted. More than 50 cooperating organizations and part icipating groups will take part in the conference which is being planned in an effort to familiarize the women with Jewish community life "as a living legend" and indicate how they, as individuals, can better serve their organization, their community and their people. Co-chairmen of the attendance and reservation committee, Mrs. Murray Shaw and Mrs. Samuel Marks, will meet with their group on Nov. 14 in the Federation board room. Arrangements committee, headed by Mrs. Arthur Burrell, will meet Nov. 15, and the program co-ordinating committee, directed by Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, will meet on the following day. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman of the hostess committee, has called a session of her group Thursday Nov. 17, at the Saxony hotel. Follow-up meetings of these committees will be held as follows: reservations and attendance, Nov. 21; program and co-ordinating, Nov. 22; arrangements, Nov. 22. Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin will preside at the all-day function as chairman of the Nov. 30 meeting.



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Page 2 B *Jenist> FhrXfiar) Frid /< entwine fair: \~/i K<-iiirli flavor try the-e recipes below Fur a hearty meatless main dish that goes well with a big salad and perhaps another vegetable, try this Colonial Caaser "le Whole kernel corn is combined with the beans, and onion and tomato ketchup are added as flavor boosters. Colonial Casserole til at < Helna Vocotarlan >' %  • -inin Tomato s., ..-.' i ip whole k.tn. i m n, drained lOppoO ..Ili-.TI H %  •' • %  K< ll hU|. I Heat oven to 400 (moderately cup* -'it .| mu*h nom> 'I,,: i I ,. i Saute' mushrooms and onion in shortening in ^kiiiot until llghtlj browned. Add beans; heat thor oughly slej, Makes 3 to 4 servings. Temple Israel Women Schedule Membership Tea Temple Israel Sisterhood will t.arnish with chopped par uive a membership tea for old and new members Monday afternoon. No* 7. in the new auditorium at Add a touch of sweetness to your. 13 ~ Ml 19th at beans with golden chunks of pine i'. oi i III bnm uiw MUM mLr..|i. n'Haiti .i' Mime i ,iii| >•-! atnl i%  • • • Baked Bean Goulash 1 rup minced onloa cup 11 ••••ll pepper '. Clip nun. > il i I. (•table imi t.i.lng ', lenapoon aall l'..-li pop I ran < -"' ^ -• %  I II, Ins Vegetarian I:. ;,nIn Tomato SHIII,n Helm POMfmaM I'rr.iiii ..f Torn it.i Boop, undllut. .1 In large skillet saute' onion, Kreen pepper and celery in short[ of the organization. ening until lightly browned and i L„_ %  -^ tender Add remaining ingredients •* been a h ^ al and heat thoroughly. Makes 4! „ teaspoon Pour into 9' x7 x2 casserole Bake ground eloves and doubling other mcnidu.tit. at 400 for 30 minutes Makes 4 servings. R ingredient? ALTERNATE METHOD: Com-i bine all ingredients in saucepan zwwMATZOH MEAL • white... htstrifkt! fr "breading" <£^_ cutlets, ggggggg. Grand for aU r etinas. W H THE TASTf I 2?f^ It d ** PALM DISTRIBUTORS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St. Miami 37. Flo. p££. j^, Bow ore of tictss aTHftf CREAMY KERNELS and he sure it's FLORIDA DAIRIES nomootmno Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'' 0*r* P rofecfta" TEL. 2-2621 Oreoter Miami Dell.er* s i i • f (B*ckwhat Grit.) era protein-rich.,. lass fattening' Zestful I nutlike flavor of 100% real buckwheat For tempting, delightful ways to serve this Old World favorite, write for my tree new Buckwheat Cook Book to I Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan. New York • MUOOUS • Hirramous • rHcim I Alsoenfoy WOLFFS BROWN BUCKWHEAT GROATS -— protein rich Kasha with roasted nutliKeJiavoi mm J^i 0M S A L t i ni in Hi4 §rs LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. Exclusive D't !" 10S9 C 17th STREET, HIALEAH. FLA. PH0N£a> MARKET Distributed by HI-GRADE FOOD CO 7200 N.W. 2*h Avenue Phono 9-1456 / ARE YOU f A R B I U N J E T ? 'FREE' words '"••,*• *" *** *W ^7*' •*.'•"'• %  ^eflaltJoM. J. f. — TUBIE RESNIK ^V D,ST,l -LERS COR-. Nii L K2 G I? N AVENUi .NEW YORKslJ. NEW YORK HOLLAND HONEY CAM IS NOW MADE WITH NEW CROP HONFT DflKtOUS AND Hf AITHFUL NO FAT NO SVG AM n* with lew Calerie lyt flnr Fry %  Loaf Today I AM NM IT IN YOU* FOOO MAWH Di% trifcfafry C0CHRAN DISTRIBUTING COMPAtf 161 NX 30tb STREET ram CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin PBOMES4597



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Page 4 B +Jemst>ncr*fc*r Frid la YNo, Israel Doesn't Fellow Eye-for-Eye Policy Says Chen Leader Col. Werth Members <>f tha ,,,vi •'"' Bch hi i, for l h > col %  tan i the •"''•'' Miami Comai the Spoors of Israel tea Tlmrmlti''e ft* StatM '•! Israel Ban*. d> aftfernoon at the horn* or unm-r lh. l*a^HlliP >f Mi* Montr M* Iodore Mecht. <*li • puttie* forward fh* e*k> Mrs <;d>le and Mrsi, Farber in their sales effortfor the Prime pinned the 1955 sponsor-, those Minister Mo-he Sharttl Dinner of women who have purchased a mini I State Nov 16 mum of $10,000 in Israel Bond-. I I '*. ..j^i fmm n Col ***• Hecht. Mrs. Jack Cooper. Mr ,>,:;':.," s.,;; a zLJr <><> %  %  > •> M Officers of Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, are Heft to right) Mrs. Max Davis, vice president and chairman c: the day. Mrs. Abe Swartz, president, Mrs. Herman Stern, vice president and program chairman. Mass Initiation of B'nai B'rith Chapter Highlight of the paid-up membership brunch li M ami Beach chapter, B'nai B'nth Women, was the mass initiation oi membari conducted bj Mrs. Mai Davis, memher-h. .nan. i presented ever) new member with i gold MeBorah pin. Candlelighting ceremonj was presented b) pasl presidents tin e SwartX is current pre-ident tting was the Schereraade room at the Algiers hotel Members ticipated in the skit entitled "Sisters Under the Skin," introduced Mrs Herman Stern, pro-ram chairman, and duelled 1 | M: \\il' m Kline Members w< its ol the officers and board ol directors, who d as hostess* Israel accompanied h> Mrs Albert Parber, national chairman of •Chen' workers, the women of thil area pledged full support to the Sharett function Speaking it %  "Chan" brunch at the home of MrHarry Koretzky on Sunday, Col. Worth declared > am] "ready without fur tber notuc to defend Israel from any encrm But. -aid the dynamic veteran Ol the 1-r.ieli Arab War and the British-Rommel desert battle of World War II. "Israel doe.not A the i" licy ol an eye I tooth fOI I t"-'''. Wa reserve the the right, ol course, to retaliate against those afgresarv* ac,s which warrant an answer. But the army of Israel, men and women, are trained for defensive, not offensive, war." Col Werth arrived here on Friday, delayed because of illne-in Chicago. Mrs. Moibe Glad sto n e well-known New York television signed up At Sunday's meeting, Col. Werth presented women eligible for "Chen"" awards with their charmEach charm represents $2,500 in bond sales.. Brunch of Gables Center Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will present a brunch on Wed. morning. Nov. 9, at the Center. Mrs Morris A. Skop will present a booh review of '-Kther." by Nathaniel Norson V.'ein rcb. a*th and Collim Knowledge Leads to Intelligent Action'-Theme of Their Day "Knowledge I eads to [ntelli1 1 Action" ithe then i by the i Miami chaplex ol M.. : ..:: : r itannual duration Daj n whicl will held on Friday from 10 a m, P m at the Hibiscus T< I tl Alton rd MrSanford Jacol luca coordinator, will present the j gram. Mrs Oscar Sindell, chapter president, will open the j eeting with greettogi to mem• i • the 14 Had issah gr tups this area, who are invited to .'tend the session Mi-Marwrite Marx's topic i "Lei I I repare for Our Trip to Israel" : nd will Include a lesson m the i -e ol Hebrew words MrMilton Sirkin. honorary • ce president, will -peak on "The I lace of the Hada—ah Woman in the American Jewish t'ommiii itj MrLouis Goldman, Medical-Center coordinator, will had in community singing MrDorothy Rrieger Fink who has fust lmanu-tl PTA Slates Semi-Annual Meeting Parent-Teacher Association of Temple Emanu-F.l will hold their semi-annual meeting honoring fathers and motheron Wedne-da\ evening, Nov. 9. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hir-chlield. 9040 Bay dr., announced MrRaphael Yunes. president. Highlighting the evening will be an informal talk given by Rabbi Irving Lehrman who will speak on. This is My Life." Entertainment Will be provided by Ray Adiel and Miss Zeva Kwitney. who will play authentic Israeli instruments and will be accompanied by teen agon performing Israeli daneereturned iron a trig to Israel, will report on A Hadassah Member Views Our Accomplishments in I-rael MrMar-hall Wolf, director of nursing service Of the American Cross, will speak on "Civil Defense Ait ConcernYou." The program will include a dramatic sketch entitled "If You good natured humor by Mrs. Harold Melnick. MrLouis Schwartzman is education co-chairman the hotel r 4 eville has everything EVEN A SPCCtAl KITCHEN observing dietary laws and with complete banquet faolihes. FOR INFORMATION: Phcne HARRY HARFENIST J £ 4-7221 OCfANHKW MIAMI BEACH MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision OPENING DECEMBER ?0tb m hLT3nr K0SNII RMTAUIANT A • I LI CAT I SS I N A Uiiu Ixaerienc. in Dim*, fIf.j.re Dalicitnt t. Tabs H* DINNER FROM $1 3 5 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. Off OS IT! 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1955 + b~i' : Morri, haV nCvcr bcfore *>" affiliated." (harter members of the Albert Einstein group m addition to officer, and ehairmen. include the Mesdames Julian Aberman. Benjamin Alter. Mu, ay HWh n Um n M,,,0n BtTesh Alf,ed Herman Va^ Bloch. 0. Browman. Jesse C.sselhoff, Julien Cohen Irving Denmark. Simon Falls. M. Fels ein S L Go.die, Edward Ga.ler. Albert c.ree i (Ses Har "-. Irving Hertz. J. Burton Keyes. ,N iLn NE 175tfa st.. education and Amer%  Hyman Katz. 211 NE 51st St.. eye %  tarfain group of Hadassah's next major %  ill be on Nov. 14. 1 p.m.. at North Dade rvnter when a speaker and film highlight •c Youth Aliyah program. This is, only the • and the group looks forward to an active Stint leries of successes. £ of the group, Mrs. Kanter, has lived in mi area for the past two years. Fredlyn's is i physician, and they have two children. wa < an active Hadassah member in Detroit, > cr hometown, before moving here. "are confident, she says, "that we will meet The Mesdemes Leonard Kimball. Howard Levine EST iS7uiT £*** Qwu L,,wp SB R h n Mar ks Howard Novp11 B p nton Perry Ralph Preston. St.nlev Pro,. Ado lp h Reich. Monroe Schffman, Sr.r., bo love, Morton Terry, Murray Sp II. Sam Tinterow. I. J. Waxman. Arthur Welder, Sam ttexler. Irving Wcincr and Gerson Wolk. LBBBBV R 1 **£ {31 ^L %  r Xojoj-dB f-Tmr ^r\ [ w %  B %  W^^^^st^ Liar listen B. Goldstein, Section vice president. National 1 of Jewish Women, checks aver the results with Mrs. I, chairman of the day, for the "brunch with the %  "affair at 12 noon in the Saxony hotel last Wednesday. OTP 10 SINIOU CmiEHS ich With The Bunch' Keynoted Affair inch With the Bunch." was the way Ihe invitations read to Council of Jewish Women's 1,200 members, for bruncheon I*)' it the Saxony hotel. Mrs. Bob Schwartz was chairman of B. Burton B Goldstein, section vice president, presented the %  .A skit, "Jubilee on Jupiter," or "How to Retire from Coun Nntcd the keynote of the program, which was devoted to senior nding sen,or citizen of Council is Mrs. Isidore Cohen, president of the organization, and Mrs. Goldstein presented • scroll A short talk by Maurice Perlstcin, executive director J-KWish Home lor the Aged, followed. £ !" Tc of arrangements for the bruncheon were Mrs. Burkhard %  pMrs. Albert Greene, of Miami Beach. Mrs Reuben Roch Mr*. Kiu.n Kuntz. of Miami. Pfs for the afternoon included MtV Milton Levinson, Mrs nodes. M r \ ( rman Tator. Mrs. P. Mayer. Mrs. Harry Barn Uo Alpert and Mrs. Monte Seliii. %  p resident :. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, while Division presi !" Howar d Grove and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. |k Navel Opens ah Reviews 1 Morninvt.ir." by Her.will be iho novel rell"* fir ~' I a seriei of ^** s yonsored by the Jfi chapter of Hadassah ^ 'he F.mtainebleau jynoon, Nov 8, is the '"the function L! m Wetns,,in ; '^ n the EJ" rear u,11 he re r>*r,e s Mrs. Donald \ Hook r '"•"•dinator ^ k r .ew project. l enW Pr0JCCt 8 f r k55?r" arry pitoff r^w Greenber K ORT Chapter to Meet; Poland Will be Speaker Greater Miami chapter of American Women's ORT will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 8. at the Km press hotel. Edward Poland, who teaches at the Dale Carnegie Institute, will speak on "Human Relations." ORT's "member bring-a-member" luncheon at the Shelbourne hotel last Monday "was a complete %  access," Mrs. Irving Tillis, mem bership chairman, reported. She -aid that over 50 women had joined the organization. Mrs. Aaron Tart, who had returned from a tour of ORT schools in North Africa, spoke. Why Mountain Valley Water is Recommended for. .. 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Mrs. Benjamin Berkowitz and Mrs. Murray Herlands are co-chairj men of the event, which will closely follow the chapter's rummage sale at Stevens Market Friday. According to Mrs. Solomon Rosenberg, rummage chairman, -alearc expected to exceed all previous records. Proceeds from both fund raising functions are for numerous charitable projects of the chapter, according to Mrs. George Baltuch, president. NO SKILL NEEDED rjjg\ Just mix and bate DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES make the cake! 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Page 6 B k~idhn*rkHi*n • New Friendship Club at North Shore Center Tackles Pt Friendship Club, a social and Internal organization (or unattadMd men and women of 40 and over, will oe sponsored by the North Shore Jewish Center, accordlni to an announcement this week. I 'rider the leadership of Mrs. Fred Jonas, its pur |">-e will be "to eliminate the MOM of strangeness and loneliness which is endangering the happiness of those unattached men and women of our community who do not have the warm security of family life." The motto of the club will be •Find Happiness Through Friend-i organization*! ship First meeting was held at the! the mtt\ Ma ^r Abramowi ">l.| club's Ruirt North Shore Jewish Center ThursGoodman day evening, with entertainment pr 8'"Kn arranged by Mrs. Herman Kooperman, consisting of folk songs and Will It. It Is No Myth."-directed Mrs. Jonas wa 111 charge of the Mr,, I Miami leader Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, member of a 10women United Jewish Appeal survey mission, departs for Paris end Israel via El Al Israel Airlines. The survey mission' left to study the needs of Jewish women and children in Israel, Western Europe and Tunisia and to bring back to UJA Women's Division a first-hand report which will assist in charting the objectives of the 1956 UJA campaign. WOMAN LEADER IN STUD Y MISSIO N Mrs, Stevens Leaves Paris for Israel | PARIS Mr* Bernard R Stevens, ol South Miami, left here by plantMonde) for Israel after four daya <>i meetings with French Jewish leaders and \i*it* to Jewish welfare institutions maintained by the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency serving need) Jewov rseaa Mrs Stevens was here as part ol %  < ibid] ^r<>up named by the N tional Women's Division "i the I nited Jewish Appeal to acquaint mselves with Jewish needs in Europe, North Africa and Israel in i the launching oi the 1956 campaign ol the l M A Mrwoo resides at 6190 Montgomery dr., ichairman of educational committee 11 the Greater Miami Combined Jewish lion She ia past pre idenl of the Miami Beach l.< men V*ot< group <>i Hadassah Pioneer Women Fete Book Month k review beni ttii nthild n -.lie fund will I G li Mj lub's way oi celebrating Jewish Book Month and th< club's own birthdaj Tuesday, Nos. Beth El I tion ThiPioneer Women's club will have MiPeter Glazer review "The Last Temptation." bj Joseph Viertel. Musical selections will tie presented by Cantor Louis I lav man. accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern. Mrs. Ethel Shore, cultural chairman of the club, will preside for the evening. Mrs. Esther Kline will be hostess at a card party for members and friends of Club 1 of Pioneer Worn en at her home. 345 Meridian ava Wednesday. Nov 16 The child Rescue project will benefit A cultural evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron I.ubman. 342 Jefferson ave. Saturday, Nov 5, iPioneer Women. Club IIway I i honoring Jewish Book Month, it) has been announced by Mrs Ida Jacobs, president. Then will be a! discussion of Jewish and Hebrew I books. Cardiac Chapter Slates Show Miami chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold its ninth annual membership tea at Melvin Cohen Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 8. Mr.!-dance, president, will open the tea with greetings to members and guests Special feature of the function will be a fashion show. Mrs Jess Spirer, membership chairman, revealed that Parsons Dress Shop will supply gowns, which will be modeled by members In charge of arrangements arc Mrs David Parness and Mrs. Leo Sobel. Mrs George Graham will coordinate. Models include the Mesdames Herbert Rothstein. Milton Adler, Leonard -Groh. M I. Shapiro. William Weintraub. Leonard Stern, Kmanuel Schon. Anne Kaplan, Henry Sbor, Alfred Sandier, Bari> Gerber, Maurice Weintraub, M. Goodman, M. Mermel and Stanley HodlAssisting MrSpirer are the Mesdamea Max Ftiedson and David Rifaa Bunnj Freed iin charge of refreshments Chairman of decorations iMrs Nat Coadton. Accompaadat will be Mrs. Alex Goldstein Ottkers to be Installed Regular meeting of Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday evening, Nov. 8, at Beth David congregation. Under the sponsorship of Sholem lodge and Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith, newly elected officers of the shield of David chapter will be installed by Judge Milton A. Friedman. Ih way thoytandi ( ol phyiiriomond dfniuiircommnd Hart's Why ... doctor's prttcriptita.1 conlomi net on* but o md.ie ^eamo^te PEPPER DELIGHT i—as HIM I — %  • *-> %  % %  — '11.Ml o.c .. TO MAKE EVERY MEAL A "COMPANY" DINNER TO ADD ZEST TO FALL AND WINTER MEALS .. Check These Items on Your Next Shopping List: LOOK FOR THESE ITEMS: • CUCUMBER DELIGHT • DE LUXE • PLUM TOMATOES • HORSERADISH • SAUERKRAUT • KOSHER PICKLES • HORSERADISH AND BIITS • PEPPER DELIGHT fOUND IN YOUR REFRIGERATED DISPLAY CASES S


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{enter PTA To 'Meet Teacher' f W cher" night is J Ihe PTA of the Coral J* h center on Wedneslf N" v 9 Bry lohan. PTA chaired that the meet.ng •so that p arent* may meet the teachers of the religious schools and better understand the' program." | Louis Kistier. education director, will demonstrate a typical school day study period. Children's choir,' iwith conductor, will perform. 'Hint Map' flavor Heightens Wtsf Miami War Epic It's mint julep and magnolia EhTSf at i hC West Miami Jew%  sh Center. A Civil War epic will Sb:i nf cSt d w ben / ,sha s ^^ show wmL a farcial %  %  "_** th ^ enler 5720 SW 17th st Pago 7B Beth Sholom Sisterhood Beam testing far Nay local producer, will direct the play to be presented two nights in January. Sisterhood or Temple Beth Sholom will begin casting for its annual dramatic production on Monday and Wednesday, from 9 30 am. to 12:30 p.m., November 7 and 9. Mrs. Charles Silvers, vice president, has been named chairman of the production. The play, 'The Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president. I Young and the Fair,' by N. Richhas announced that Sam JJirsch. ard Nash, has 21 female parts. BE A STAR HOUSEWIFE USE ONIY -jg gaysg ijg ^ KOSHER PARVE COLGATE-PALMOLIVE! PRODUCTS \ CLE 35%. \* CUTS OR t*s* A IAV FOR POTS AND J 1 1 *^ PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans *""•, pots, pant, bathrooms up I twice as easy, twice as fast Wonks to "FOAMING ACTION". ""oats dirt and grease right *>wnthedrainl EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN 'LAUNDRY /BATHROOM VEL $ FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL. FAR FOR %  %  %  FAMILY LAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains *re Active Dirt Remover than "y any other leading product, P> not one, but two of the "* &f effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually mi| d r fo handf fhan |ead •"9 floating *oapt.



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Poge 8 B tlie IQcalm of Society \ Qtimtoe* rtfotf 7 —^— ^^^^^ m Irving Cohen, owner of the DiLido ho., % 0 Irv.ng Cohen, owner of the DiL.do hotel i shortly after a vacation in the Hawaiian w %  „„•.' Ue ^ Beach for Montreal is Ruth Brotman And ? Arnold Dierwr is now publisher of Wammi. the fnivervity of Southern California. 1 news editor and i are the Jack Di Humor ouuiucrn t_aiuornia \ M n ~7" 1 social columnist on the Sr Dailv r, l ** ;i Heners, of Mianu Beach Trnjan % %  ^ Beach. OCTOBER MOST INTERESTING MONTH Of TH£ vfAR Most interesting month in the year is Od iher f ... He and Ellen were married 28 yeai ()( t ,,' day anniversary is Oct. 15. while 11 hiOct. 20. • Pr **K Leon and Ellen didn't have a parly on their 23rd celebrated at a dinner Riven by Mr. and Mrs. WiMj, ""* La Ronde room of the Pontainebli TI 1P f,,,," 1 — joined by the Alan Gales. Iourso I The couple say they're n ^^ they've been married 25 yen MANY GUESTS HONORtD THE LUSKINS Mr. and Mn. Barnett Luskin, ..I 500 15th st r their 50th wedding anniversary at the F.mha>s\ restaurant *** Mrs. H. Robert Re/Mow Sieffler, Koltnow Will Live on Beach Miss Carol Siegler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Siegler. 1506 1 nnsylvania ave., Miami Beach.' i. ama Ibe bride of H. Robert K Itnow Fridaj Mr. Koltnow is the son of Mr 1 Mrs. Abraham Koltnow. 1705 NW 32nd ave After the afternoon weddin itudj oi Rabbi Irving Lehra cocktail party and dinner Was held at the Algier.hotel After a wedding trip to Cuba. MUple will be at home at 1 tf SW Filth st Mrs. Martin Spritzer Schwartz* Spritzer Honeymoon in North Honeymooning in Pennsylvania are newlxmarne.l Mr. and Mrs Marl in Alan Spritzer The bride is the former I-ola Francine Schwartz, daughter of the J W Schwartzes, 2240 SW 16th ter The bridegrooms parents are Mr and Mrs Benjamin Spritzer. Highland Park. N'.J. The wedding took place Oct. 20 in the Bate* House. New York. where the receplion and wedding dinner also were held. Among attendants were Donald Schwartz, brother of the bride, and Arthur Kessel. brother in-law of the bridegroom Mrs. Ahner Miller Cuban Girl Now Mrs. Abner Miller Before her marriage. Oct. 15, in the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Abner Miller was Miss Ida Berezdivin. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Morris Berezdivin. Havana. Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiated at the wedding, which was followed by a dinner in the hotel. Miss Bather Berezdivin was maid of honor for her sister. Edwin M. Horowitz served as best man. The newlyweds will make their < home in Miami Beach after a' honeymoon at Varadero Beach,j Cuba. His is the son of the Hairy Millers. Miami Beach. Shirley Nichol Plans For Dec 18 Rites Dec. 18 is the date which Miss Irene Shirley Nichol has set for her marriage to Norman Sholk. The wedding will take place in Park Manor. Brooklyn. *N.Y. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Nathan Nichol. Youngstown, O.. and the late Mrs. Nichol Mr. Sholk's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Kholk. Corona. L I NY. He makes his home here at 631 13th st Miami Beach A graduate of Ohio State I'nivanity and a member of Phi Sig ma Sigma. Miss Nuhol now is a medical techi.ician at St Francis Hospital. included Mr. and Mrs. Mark Denbera ami Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Irvine is a grandson of the Luskins and celebrated anniversary on the same day. Other guesti included Levines, the Mac Salrimans and Mrs. Lena Kotton. AND MORt AtOVt ANNIVlRiARItS Thirty-two yeeea'of marriage are something to celeb Miamian Irving Cohen deserted his New York Madison hurry down to his Waverly Arms apartment, where he Evelyn for their anniversary. The raol Mil Is* ones, of 923 SW 4th st we re honored oil wedding anniversary Oct. 26. Hosts we r< Mr. and Mai berg, who entertained a group of mutual friends withal their home. 3942 SW 5th st. Guests included their son. Burris Millstone, Mr. and i Schwartimen and sen Mark Louis, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Da Mrs. Albert Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schwartiman, Mr. | Simon and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winer. AUTHORS RITURN FOR WINTER SIASON The Oscar Leonards, of Harmonon Hudson. New Y in Miami Beach for their traditional winter months sta>. their next six months will be spent at 8200 Byron ave Oscar Is author of "Americans All." a well known book on American Jewish history. Leah is author of "Jewish! and "Jewish Holiday Cook Book" Her food columns ire i in newspapers throughout the nation. IN THE BIRTH DEPT. Speaking of the month of The 29th of that month will mean a celebration each yea daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jacobs, ol New Orleans. Louise told the good news to her parents, (he William D.f Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, as soon as she could Marvin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Tenn. And that's not all The luckj new arrival I of great grandparents, too: the David Singers, 1786 S Ml the Harry Goldbergs, 1754 SW 15th st Miss Barbara fineberg L i Miss Shirley Nickel Dinner Party Fetes Fineberg, Kriegler Mr. and Mrs Mike Fineberg. C.30 Indian Creek dr.. Miami I u h. have announced the eninent "l their daughter, BarMa'' Eo Fred Norman Krieglar. Mr. Kriegler is the son of Mrs J.-adore Crieglcr. 635 12th st.. Mi; i Beach, and the la'.e Mr Kriegler Miss Kmeberg graduated from Taylor Allerdice. high school in Pittsburgh. She attended the I'm veratty of Florida and is nop a junior at University of Miami. Mr. Kriegler graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the I'M He served in the army and was stationed in Japan. A dinner party was given Sat urda) in honor of the couple by the bride's parents at Fontainebleau hotel. Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAMS from 25 te 1,000 HOTEL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT ef SAUL HERMAN ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD Teleeheae Jf S-0R11 Myrna Jaeggi Met Fiance at Social A hour-e party given by the Sharet chapter of B'nai B'rrth Young Women is where Myrna Jaeggi first met her fiance. Richard A. Swart. The bride-to-be is the daughter,' of Mrs. Albert Jaeggi, 2464 SW 19th st and the late Mr. Jaeggi. Mr Swart, who lives at 2761 SW Seventh st., is the son of Mr and Mrs Will Swart. Orlando. The couple is planning a wedding Nov. 19 in Temple Emanu-EI. Miami Beach I The bride-elect, is a graduate of | Miami Senior High School. Mr. j Swart received h;s BA degree i from Stetson t niversity and his' law degree from University of Mi ami. Beers, Bobson Rites Revealed Mr and Mrs. Howard C. Beers, sororit) 623 Sheppard dr., Warrington. an Mrs Bobson Ml Sheppard dr.. Warrington. anSenior High Mio* nounce the marriage of their Florida and W I daughter. Barbara, to Arnold Bob1953. **" c !" !" son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bobthe Gamma Phi wni son, 5110 NW 2nd st.. Miami. The Mr Bobson aw marriage was performed Oct 1, at Sen: >r High *nooi I'aseagoula. Miss. Florida and alDsJ" The former Miss Beers attend1955. from Hen* ed Pensecola High School and lity wirt a B* CCP* graduated with a BS degree in re-, education creation from Florida State UnivcrThe couple aft"^ sity in May. 1955. where she was a' Columbia, M member of the Gamma Phi Beta stationed wi U [£§ the nome of SUNSHINE FASHIONS; •ret. IS. (at. oft. MIAMI MIAMI REACH FT. LAUDERDAU WIST HOUSt OF Haunts large Selection of Fm Prints Oil* Engraving, Modern Traditional Fumed Enframed Picture Framing — Dry Mounting ?2£i r 2. 0,n Mon Fri til p m 6237 Biscayae Blvd. Ph. 14 M12 GENE TROOP ARnST-RNOTOGRAfHH /•"dudes Studio Bnddlt WitK Every Candid Wrddmg Aum at No Exttd Cost JE 8-M7S • IMIi at. 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^mberO^S -y Je*lslrncrS 5 &,M ig candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 30, at 5 p.m.. in the Algiers hotel. Miss Mona Natalie Rubenstein, daughter • Mrs ROM H. Rubenstein. 9955 F.ast Bay Harbor dr., and the late Max N. Rul>enstein, became the bride of Jules Ruben Israel, son M Mr. and Mrs Hyman Israel. I'nion Bridge, Md. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Templc Bmanu-EI officiated. Best man i %  < on brael. brother of the groom. The bride was given in mania?" bv her brother-in-law, Morris S. Burk. Matron of honor was Mrs. Morris S. Burk. sister of the bride. Stein waa in charge of the :' book Ushers were Harold Katz, of Pikesville, Md and Stanley Philips, Miami i;. ach 'I he bnrl.il gown was styled in purr silk peau-de-SOie and featured %  square cul neckline accented in re-embroidered alencon lace. The fitted princess line bodice was appliqued in matching lace at the hipline and held the bouffant skirt that extended into a chapel train. the management of the Congress bldg., Miami. Mr. Brody, formerly of WiikesBarre, Pa., and New York .graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. He is in business in Miami. The couple plan to be married in the spring. I'eti itMiss Sibyl Kaplan Gene Troop %  Ifofctrf Weinsfein A l cut,i,i o Mrs. J/es sroe) Js Kaufman Becomes Mrs. Robert fekistein in Double Ring Rites Oct. 30 fcr, Oct 3d was the day h Miss Phyllis Barbara „ ior her wedding in a my cerecony to Robert R. iein. KauCman is the daughter Lid Mrs Joseph Kauffman, k' 40 are., and the groom is of Mr and Mrs. Ben WeinBvron ave. \:m tered with two white hybrid orchids. Matron of honor. Mrs. Philip Weinstein. sister in-law of the groom, wore a pink taffeta ballerina, and bridesmaids Myrna Jaeggi, Beth Kellman, Carol Ehrlich. Phyllis Fader, and Barbara Cohen wore "ballerinas in rainbow colors. Junior bridesmaid Helen candlelight ceremony took Goldstein, niece of the bride, wore i the Rose room of the Lin"* Wue %  or. Rabbi Max Shapiro ofFlower girl Deborah Sue Weinit an altar decorated with stein, niece of the groom, wore id pink flowers. pink taffeta and lace and carried lirer soloist, offer • %  •** oi rose P** 3 '* A reception {tonal nuptial songs, acnd briday dinner followed. Mrs. id ny the Irving Pietrack I Morris Goldstein took charge of Her four-tiered veil of pure silk i' French illusion fell from a lace IVcljllariS neVeiU tiara tvpe headpiece embellished in pearls. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and received her AB degree at the University of Maryland. Alpha Epsilon Phi is her social sorority. Mr. Israel was graduated from Westminster High School, the University of Maryland undergraduate school and received his law degree there. He is a member of Tau Epsilon Pi fraternity and was student chairman of the Maryland Sibyl's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan, 2223 Calais dr.. Normandy Isle, held open house Oct. 16 in honor of their daughter Sibyl" Joy's engagement to Lee Brody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brody. 9316 Carlyle ave.. Surfside. Miss Kaplan, a former resident of New York City and Hollywood, attended South Broward High Scliool and the University of Miami and is a graduate of Spencer School of Business in New York Law Review. At present, he is in ^j ty service with the U.S. Army in I Washington She is presently affiliated with Reception ano dinner followed BBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBSIBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBM at the Algiers. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their return they will make their home in Silver Spring, Md. Pol lane, Penet Betrothal Told Miss Harriet Joy e Pollane is the fiaricc of David S. Pennet. Her mother. Mrs. Ruth Pollane, 1239 Alton rd., Miami Beach, announced the couple's engagement this week. Harriet's father was the late Samuel Pollane. The groom's parents are the Samuel Pennets, of New York City. The bride-elect attended New York State University and was assistant director of media for the advertising firm of Harris and Whitebrook, Miami Beach. Mr. Pennet holds a BS degree from Long Island University and is associated with the New York accounting firm of Livingston & Wachtell. He will be graduated in June from Brooklyn Law School and is a member of Phi Lambda Delta fraternity. Plans for a Thanksgiving eve wedding in New York have been made by the couple, and after a wedding trip to upstate New York, they wijl reside in New York City. Rummage Sale Scheduled Flagler G r a n a da Women's Group will hold a rummage sale at Shell's Nov. 4 and 5. Mrs. Goldie Adelman is chairman of the function. tt. Bet man was Philip F. Iein. brother of the groom. Gross, Irving Rubenstein, fcwman. Jack Sieuel and 'Goldstein ushered. Junior fwaEdward II Kauffman, rof the bride, and Steven M. Iwj> ring-bearer, Hw weddmg the bride chose %  length gown of alencon lace ridal taffeta and nylon tulle. ItteJ waist was made with EPan collar and long point to %  sleeve-, with bouffant skirt If. The three-quarter length Hiere! veil of imported Dlidon was held in place nnet ol pleated tulle with icarl design. [the traditional "something ""' hrifle earned her conBible covered with lace. Halley shower was cen|1 Employment Service ,'* $l PH. M401 fLME^OENBERO. Owner the guest book. All floral designs were executed by the Blackstonc Flower Shops. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis .Cohen and daughters Barbara and Sharon; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. CTOM and daughters Bette and Anita and son Steven. Detroit. Mich.; and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weinstein and daughter Helena. Phoenix, Ariz. The bride is a graduate of Miami High and is past president of B'nai B'rith Young Women, Star chapter. She is on the executive staff of Sears. Roebuck, Coral Cables. The groom is a graduate of Food Trades High School in New York and was with the army as instructor of food service. Upon completion of a wedding trip to Detroit and New York. Mr. and Mr* Weinstein will reside at 2797 SW 6th st., where the groom is junior executive with Solar Ware Products, Inc. CoGUST BROS RVf m TONE MASSAGE SALON 3 3 HtEE MASSAGES WITH EVERY REGULAR SERIES < ON PRESENTATION OF THIS AD IBL J.n.s, M 9 r. Eva***** ftf Atimtmnt < F*'C3 A., Corol Gables Phene I342S* MUSIC STUDIO PIANO OMAN THIOBY Jame Wallace. M.M. piano-theory Donald Van Horn. M.M. pjftno-orfM, Both formal ly a ItB Cincinnati Conservatory >


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PcgelOB i*mUt,nc*r**&*r> Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wo CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN TER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Subject of Rabbi Morris Skop's sermon is: "How to Tell a Good Jew." Candle blessing will be read by Mrs. Edward Blackmail. of the PTA. and Mrs. Henry Levy, financial secretary of Sisterhood. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs David Jacobson. will be Bas Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9:45. Cantor Irving Robin-' sun will render the musical por1 u ns of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction of Robert Strassburg. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi loon Kronish will preach on the topic: "Religious I .nation — Job for Home or School?" Saturday morning scrvicei are at 10:45. Philippa. daughtei oi Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. \\ i ine. Will become Bas Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will renTION will hold Friday evening der the musical portions of the .services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn liturgy I ing sen ices are at 8:30 Rabbi Jonah i: (apian will officiate and BETH RAPHAEL CONCREGApreach on the topic "Egypt and TION will hold Friday evening Sodom Israel and Abraham" Canices at 6. Saturday morning, tor Abraham Seit will render the services are at 8:30 Rabbi Arie' musical portions of the liturgy. Becker will officiate and discuss: (lass in Bible is at 4:30 p.m., tol"Revelation at the Threshhold." lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu Class in Talmud precedes the serv <)„Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn ice at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will will be hosts Daily services are be at 5 p n Mincha and Shalos a t 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m Seudos follow Mr and MrDonald Schreiger will be hosts. toUi leea Krwiisti Religions EaVotian % rshii TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold A\ evening services at 5 p.m Late services are at 8:30 p m Hah Irvn g I.ehrman will di-cu-"Crisis in the Middle East Challenge to the World" Saturday morning services are at 9 Rabbi rman will preach on the weekly ion. ( antor Philip Brummcr render the musical portions oi the liturgy. Daily services arc in the chapel at 8 am and 9 48 HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening serviceat 5 15. CANDLEIIGHTING TIME Heshvan 19 — 5:18 p.m. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday I 90 Saturdaj ning services are at 8:30 Rab tnon April will officiate and lie topic "Our Consti tiit.cn.injustice 1 :" (antor i, „"" .... l\Wooi| !.• %  .'(• Kel( mer \ull render the 'ionoi the liturgy in Mishna iat 4:80 p m. i es will be at 7 80 %  m 3 45 p ni Saturdaj morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Groaa will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5 p m followed by Shalos Seudoc Daily services are 7 .'(>i a iii and B:S0 p.m., with Sunday morning services at 8. GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUT—6JS 78th it. Orthodox. Rabbi lit I Kw-r BETH ISAt;LONaRtOATION-0<>0 I'ralrl* *ve. Orthodox IUU>1 If. Loula Rottmafi. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER- 7.".th at. Confervutfv*. Rabbi Marar Abrarnowli* Canii-r BqVaM KMn TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM-IHI Caaae ave. Liberal Rabbi bead Kronlch i 'an tor Hi nmal Kelemer. TEMPLE EMANU-EL I7] W.shlnaton in. OaetMrvatlvr. Rabbi Irving • Lehnnaa Canter Philip Brunuoai BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—:i'l Hit WaKhlfifCton ivi. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlboi SI. in C.iMlin Ma • • MaliK-hrs BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION II K.i.ll.l JIV (>UII.H|..X Rabbi Jom i'h %  >:••• toeakj HEBREW ACADEMY Hi'".tli st IH "Mi.i.lox Rabbi Alexander 1:1 ..-. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION— HI. Ku.-ll.l av Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah i: <*pi.in "antor Abraham Baif. TORAH TEMPLEII i W • -i •• W American JudalKm. RabblH Abraham ..ml I ...in' \i--.-l CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—UO 1'al.i in.. ,ivp. Lllxral. Rabbi Morria Skop Cantor Irvlnic Roblnaoa. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II /.iniuia nvf. < \.nrr\ a ti ve. Rabbi IV i,. p Hurwtta. Cantor Rudolph BriH. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-13". NW 3rd vf. Ortho.l..x Raft*! I ]:. k.-i HOLL YWOOO and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD— 1H Monica at Hollywood Ponaervatlve Rabbi Bemuel Larar. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD-'030 Polk t.. Hollywooil. Cunaerva• vi Rabbi David Bhaplro. Cantor. Yohudah HelUmtnn TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1S01 South Andrews ave., l-'i Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbi Mariua lUmon. HIALFAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-MI afcst 4th ave. Convatlvt NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 NK llh st. Reform. Rnhbl Joaeph Nnrot. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Bmaritaa. Cantof Jacob it<'in. TIFERETH ISRAEL'NORTHSIDE CENTER — 6500 North Miami ave. Conservative. Ral.bi Abraham Hoi-mi. Cantor Albert Cllnntx. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION MM NW 17th ave. FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—'ft NW Met p). Conservative. Rabbi Lao ll-im NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13f.3n West Dixie hwy. f-onaervatlve. Rabbi ii.ni> Okollra. Caatm Maurice New. NORTH MIAMI BEACW MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION 164th ft and ?fW 11th ave. < ". %  : Kal.l.i l-au I.. %  S O U T H W E T ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION : -" Coral U.v Conaervatlvr BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE -3*15 SW 3rd ave. OoneervatWe. Rabbi Y...ik..\ Rnestlbori. BETH EL CONGREGATION M0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Mhtnaryaha T Bwlraky. Cantoi Loula Oartenbam ISRAELITE CENTER I1M s\V :i(l, tec. iN.nnei vall\e. Ral.l.l Morton Malavsky Cantor Samuel Ralkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION—1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. K.il.l.i Simon April CantOI llerele Kflelin i WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER *7W SW 17th at. Alfrnl w.ixman. Conaervative Rabbi at 4:15. Mincha will be at ,5:15. followed by Shalos Seudos Daily •ETM JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services ^ll i h!ld^r^?^rari! i erV eM are at 73 %  •" %  and 52 at5:I5 -day morning senkes sen iceat 8. w„h Z.om-t Sal,ba"h 1 p '" ... 2 8 3 ^ Tib r StF h *• render the muNear Baal Rabbi Samuel s Lerer servieea at 815 Rabbi Henrv Oko-l s cal Prtoiis of the liturgy. Bible EETH EL CONGREGATION will i %  ning sen Ices il 5:15 Saturdaj morning servieea d 8 30 Rabbi S T Swirsky pn ach on the topii lreel i Mot Cantor Louis will officiate FLAGLER GRANADA JEW liea will officiate and preach on 25 S ,f P P !" Evening servthe topic: •Crises ,n Israel A ,c,s W,M ** %  j" P-"Dailv Arthur Fekelner. of the ZOA eoServ,CC:> are T 30 am nd 5:15 ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will r vening lervio and 8:15 p.m Rabbi B. Leon Hurwiti will officiate and pi til of the litur KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA will a-sist Saturday morning services are at 930 ... AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve ning .services at 5:38. 'Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi junior rabU Sammy hold Fridav evening -ervieeat • "ill he iuaior Cantor. Kin 8:18 Rabbi Yaakov Ro-enl>erg ena is al 5:80 pjn Daily -ervieewill preach on the topic The will be at R am and 5 45 p.m. jBook and the Sword oneg Shahbat will honor Mr. and Mrs Louis TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood (; :'don Saturday morning serviceon the topic: "Foundations'of Ju Wl h |(l Fr ,;| v evening -< r\ ice; "' "t 9Edward, son of Dr. and dawn Saturdaj morning serv ? 8:ls • David Shapiro will Samuel, bum. will become 22 B 2La!!2 P "• 1 ices ar. .,; H .:w. Kev. Rudolph! d ,8CUS8: 'Self (riiic.sm Road to B Mitivah. Floral offerings will 15285:— ff^. r n !r?a^T. -?*£?? Brill will render the musical por M I 1 ; i1 I lf '' Saturday morning ,>0 ''> Vr ; n e host. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sunday morning services will be at 9. • • • North Dade Women ft* PTA Barbecue of Center Mrs. Maurice Neu and her i mittee are completing final rangementfor a barbecue to| held at the North Dade Center Sunday, Nov. 6, under | auspices of the Center PTA. Committee assisting Mrs. includes Mrs. Arnold Stem, Milton Berc-h, Mrs. Ralph Mrs E. Ziffer. Mrs. Sam MrMilton Klkis. Mrs. Berger and Mrs. Harold maker. Schrager Vntffi* The I :' of I*J( JOS1 PH SCrlMp forinrrl) ;;9 SW II in S:fl| Sl ..|..> N(A1t | ( n Ur thv musical portionof the Rabbi Herson will preach on the UlUr n Shabbat will be|f Eh Samuels Weekly Portion. K.ddu-I, f„||„ Ws T?^ !" ?. i>y Mr aml Mrs *>*<>*> I Saturday morning ear* will discuss the Weekly Portion. Cantor Edward Klein will render, the musical portions of the liturgy, with the choir under the direction BETH ISRAEL •s at 8.30 Mincha rice rowmrrA I n* "IT"'. """" %  |s t 545 p.m. noM w,i hold fJS^SSHi ISrf" Sh M os ^^ !" > Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti services at 5:15. Saturday morn ing services are at 9. Rabbi H Louis Rottman will preach on the services are at 730 a.m. and 15 minutes before sundown. Junior services will be inaugurated Sat. KS N*. iw^-^-vTaM: zszjsaA o: wi,h J k BETH TFILAH CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will preach on the Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m.. the : Rabbi is scheduled to discuss: i 1'Love for Humanity." Mincha will Kolman laWsJJj to I JACK KOIiW rrtj "f MtSiWA" ; r ni. Ji lhc "' It, M Will'. V PJP. A wa. children R hh ;^ n laa'* WI ||.,l.uMte Arran^ •" chartff o !" F r-*J Maawmitl CemP"" wkand rdatWW ,f atttnJ



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jjofeniber 4. 1955 il Receives ration Awards Federation of two scp ently re i special Buminated recogni |of h |s nt as a [campaign of thef Fcdery Jewish I drive in e, Ind. L te r Miami, when he was I W iih a laminated certifi, h^ leadership as co-chairtbe Normandy Me area Lafayette award culminated mrf service in the fund I has continued his comactivituin Miami ...en the family established "te here. He i~ ;< member of of governors of the "Miami Jewish Federation terres actively with the committee unize New Club |0 [ MrAnna Hhein. 2212 avc. Miami, will be the Schooling Races Get Under Way fr-ffi^ffifctfjfa Official schooling races in prep aration for Biscayne Kennel Club's nwed"p2rtl2* h P enin R w e underlay bavc St u )45^rthh l, ndj y night Nov 7 I UuS A These trials will continue each' night through Saturday, with more than 750 greyhounds being put through the required tests which determine their fitness and grade for the coming season. All schooling races are open to the public free of charge. No min-' ors are admitted in accordance with the State Racing Commission ruling. Some 30 to 35 six-dog contests will be run off each schooling night, which will provide greyer nonorwas awaraea iio hounds whn at eMt three pas{ ,he closeof his' recem ^^^^^ |jnes for tne opening ftt >h Appeal campaign program whjch fa schcdu| ^ d J£ Tuesday, Nov. 15. Thirty-one of the country's topranking kennels have been booked to race at Biscayne this season. Racing at Biscayne this year are Earl Baxter. E. L. Beckner. Jess Bingham, Paul Boone, L. L. Crosby, Mike Castellani. Cen-Tex Kennels, Keith Dillon, Arch DeGeer, J. M. Edwards, J. W. Ewalt, Fleet Wing Kennels, Benny Frisch, R. K. Hutchings, L. M. Kirkpatrick, C. H. Lovely, Miami Kennels. Mulrock Kennels, Oswald Brothers, Ohlingcr & Blair, II. R. Ostlund, Randle Brothers, B. L. Robertson, Rushaway Kennels, Sawbuck Kennels, R. H. Stevenson, F. urday evening of an orj B. Stutz, Paul Sutherland. Elburn Hi meting t"r a middle-1 Talbot, Tom Warmath and Fred ial club. i Whitehead. Psychiatrist to Address Sinai Women's Auxiliary Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychia; nst will address a meeting of, the Women's Auxiliary, Mt. Sinai hospital, Friday morning. Nov 4 Subject of Dr. Gilt**'* atfnssj will be The Psychiatrists approach to Emotional Problems in a General Hospital," according to Mrs. Jandon Schwarz and Mi Samuel Berlin, co-chairmen. Mrs. Louis (Jlasser will preside over the business portion of the' meeting. Page 11 B A STAND-UP GUY WHO WILL FIGHT FOR YOU! Elect JAMES W. MIAMI CITY GROUP [COMMISSIONER 2 (EVER 8A (I'll Pol. .\ Frost Envisions River Tunnels Immediate rebuilding of the city's docks and the building of tunnels under the Miami river at strategic locations to alleviate the congested traffic problem are the highlights of Don Frost's campaign for Miami city commission in Group 2. Frost, in campaign talks hist week, said the city was losing thousands of dollars annually bej cause "our docks are in deplorable condition and many merchant ships refuse to dock in Miami. "Every city commission has, promised to do something about a terrible traffic situation but nothing has been done and the problem is getting worse instead of better. Many of our citizens hate to fight the traffic snarls coming and going from work. Action must be taken immediately to solve this problem, and I promise to do my utmost to get it done when I am elected," said Frost. Frost, an attorney who has resided in Miami for the past eight years, was recently named l>.e "Optimist of the Year" for his work among the youth of the community. Givens Unfolds 3-Point Program Robert H. Givens. Jr., candidate j ernment to solve some of the st-rfor the city commission in Group ious metropolitan problems which 3, this week based his appeal for confront us—better law enforcevotes on a three-point program. ^ j ment and a modern water poet.'" I realize Ujst Miami is faceir! c.ivcn* is a lawyer 1 He served on with manyimportant problems,* the Miami City Commission from • livens said "But. if I am elected Noverfroer, 1951 to November, 1953 to the city commission, my prim-1 and sponsored the resolution ary objections will be the creation which created the Metropolitan Miof a metropolitan municipal gov-' ami Municipal Board. ELECT DONALD F. FROST CITY COMMISSIONER • Attorney Civic Leader 9 Member B'nai B'rith • Moose Lodge • Downtown Optimist Club VOTE FOR FROST IN NOVEMBER i Id I-..I. A.lv l iokert H. Givens, Jr LAWYER WMBER MIAMI CITY COMMISSION iJffWtrtiea which HI iT*Ii ro|,oli,on Miomi "" Miami. (ill-Pits wroeatPH QUI66 WILL GET IT DONE again/ Re-Elect H. Lesile Quigg row* "on n DONE" MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONS* Pull Lever 11A Nov. 15 (Pd. Pol Adi > JOIN RANDY CHRISTMAS IN HIS CONTINUED FIGHT for A Better City Morally and A Better City Physically 1 I* FUTURE PUtHHIMG with TIME SCHEDULED RESULTS! Efat CHAS. F. (CHARLIE) GROUP CITY COMMISSIONER PULL THE LAST LEVER-20-A


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Poge 12 B *Jmls*fk>rklk*n JMitz loMirwfl van a Y.N Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Lipinsky, 1334 Daytonia rd.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov. 5, at North Shore Jewish Center, ^bbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Joel attends Nautilus: Junior High School and is a student at North Shore religious school. Reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening ct Royal Hungarian restaurant Martin Berg Bar Mitzvah Saturday .Martin -on of Mr and Mrs Sam Ben;, will become Bar Mitzvah during the Sabbath morninc MTVice at tbe Weal Miami Jeui-h On ter Rabbi Allied Waxman will en duct the service*, and Martin win be presented with a certificate l completion after successfully passing .i trt given b> the B ( rvices. Oct. 31. of Knescth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Jonah ("apian officiated, with Cantor Abraham Seif rendering the musical portions of the litur Freddie is the son of Mr and Mis David Rapchik. 765 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach An eighth grade itudtnl at Mi ami Beach High School, he has been in attendance at Knescth Israel rallgioui school for the past two yean. taxing gueata present Freddie's uncle, afaa H. rn stein, of tlw Bronx, \ V Also in att to be Featured Dr. Abraham Wolfson will lee ture on the "Excommunication of Spinoaa" Sunday evening at the Spinoaa Outdoor Forum, lith st. and Ocean ct. Dr. Wolfson is the author of "Sphraia l-ile of Rea MVTZHIV HVIVI;? Tell 'Em h's The Maid's Month OH SHffiMf Hit GOLF PARK HOTEL Heart of Mmfc Brit WASHINGTON AVENUI at 19th STTUiT • 'ol • Apt*. • Parkinf • Sun Deck lVe *bw COMINGTOI ^BEMii *oodwoy at;*^, OltOf Wi*4, | Jack Kasdin. son of Mr. and Mr?. Monis Kasdin, 16198 NE lC'h eve.. North Miami Beach, ance from Miami Beacfa I W1 ]\ become Bar Mitzvah Saturclcs and .amis Mr n k day morning. N OV 5, Qt North 1 Kimh Mr. and lira Sol Boren| D ada JewlSil Center Rubbi stem and (oiisin Mis h\ eh 11 K.p.t ., ~,, ,. .„ _._. ..._ So,., 39 couple, will honor I?""* ko! ^ will officiate. %  Freddie al a reception Saturday ack iS an ei 9 ht arado s, u dent evening in Michel's Normandj at North M.ami Senior High hoshcr restaurant, M0 71st si School. Severly Jaccbson Bas Mitzvah Beverly Joy Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs David JarOoson, :;7i!i S\V 2nd at. will become u.>Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov. 5. at (oral Gable* ,lw,sh (enter. Babbl Morns skop will officiate, with Cantor Irving RobinsOn rendering the musical portions oi the lit ui Beverly has attended religious school for %  everaJ years and plans to continue her studies An eighth grade student at Kinloth 1'ark Junior High S( hool. she is also a member ot the (ilee Club. Beverly is a student director and participates in various activities at the school. Following services, there will be a Kiddush in the Has Mitzvah's honor. 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Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hirsch. Oct. 16. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry njetzgar. Oct. 17. ..Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. <1iarle.s Gottlieb. Oct. 20.. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. \rdri,..t,Phihppa Weine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Weine 630 7S:h St.. will become Bas Mitzvah Saturday morning, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Philippa. a student at Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Morton Lang. Oct. 20. Son born to Mr and Mrs Mclvin Collins. Oct. 21. Son born to Mr and Mrs Leonard Feldman. Oct. 21. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Silherman. Oct. 22 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Camon. Oct. 22. % Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Harold Hershoff. Oct. 24. Daughter bom to Mr and Mrs Bertram Strachan. Oct. 25. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bloch. Oct. 26. Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lesser. Oct. 26. 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9 rember 4. 1955 ^J^flsiinoridli^n Page 13B '*%" Burn Mortgage' Drive at Emanu-EI Temple Emanu-EI. of Miami i Beach launched a "burn the mortgage" campaign lor $300,000 Sunday morning at a breakfast meeting at the Temple A .- r *%. r? bert Jackson, with great granddaughter Judy Gordon happ ly looking on. for a Day" is attired in a silver At Mrs. Sterne's left is daughter jfonte Selig. At her right is Mrs. HerpAHDDAUGHJtR ESCORTS MRS. ST, RNE TO TAB LE )}i. Birthday Brings Salute from four Generations ,lii,;iwen i %  • presented at a 90th Jar!', re ebraK rl by Mr*. RotiM Sterne and IrFfirlaj Scene ol the festivities was a r ,„ a Saturday luncheon nt ShoreI <>untr\ Club. ernp' ; daughter is Mrs. Monte Selig. well i Jewish community worker. Dum erous | anthropk and civic cnleavn g the third generation was Mrs. jUghter. Mrs Stuart Cordon. fourth generation pretty Judy Gordon v the rdjni' daughter, presented congratulations mdmother's birthday to Mrs. Sterne. emc was bom Oct. 28. 1865. in New Oroneol eight sisters and a brother. Until she lived in Selma. Ala. Her sweetheart. Marcus Sterne, subsequently ejusband The couple had three children. "\| r .. Ui i Isaac and Frederick. erneleft Selma when the children were je ( 0 | vcr epidemic. Arrived in Invert taken in by strangers—the Selig cousin ol the family. Monte, later annichusband. when Fannie and Monte moved to Miami, came along with the couple. She now •hiidron and five great grandchilhiidren include Marion Sterne, of New in! Mrs. Baum, of Montgomery, Ala..Mjuac; and Mrs. Cordon.'of Miami. JB Judy, great grandchildren incluile Urn Baum and Jon and Monte |Hh\igorou< year. Mrs. Sterne still enjoyigamea week -iin and bridge—and thinks id help her grandson-ta-law, Stuart, improve [game "if he'll only let me—but he won't." .. she enjoy movies, visiting friends, atBftflcerts and joining daughter Fannie at ltommunit\ affairs. m toe by :renidcnV Samuel N, Fried land, announced .at the session that the total pledges have already passed the $200,000 mark. Rose also announced that a celebration dinner at which the mortgage will be burned has been scheduled for Nov. 27. at ihe Fontainebleau hotel. Ben F. Danbaum, Joseph M. Lipton and Benjamin G. Kline were named by Friedland to serve as co-chairmen with Rose. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, reported that $200,000 was pledged at Kol Nidre services this year. Payment of the $300000 mortgage-will leavf^empio Kmanu El with pajtdup synogot'uv valued at $1,500,880 ^K. Max BrVderman, Leo NBBblnson and Samuel Lipton were named cochatrmen of the dinner. A program committee, headed by George Talianoff, Samuel J. Halperin, Hank Meyer and David Levinson was named for the dinner. Harry Sirkin and Charles Fruchtman were appointed honorary chairmen for the drive. Continue to Elect RALPH F. "Frank" MILES To Councilman of Hiaieah PULL LEVER 11 A — NOV. 8th ll'.l Pol .lil I Mrs.. Roeine Sterne i~ accompanied to her table on the Cffm of great granddaughter Judy to the tune oi "Pomp and Circumstance." Liintfepop theme in her honor was "Queen for a Dsjy." 3id Mrs Sterne wore a silver crown and "il rtla\ ; fctr at th.a. table on the arm of great granddoHtshier -Jjudfl to Ihe tune of "Pomp and Circiim|t.-^ce.^Colors of the table were pink and silver, with Hibiscus decorating the potted shrubs of the club room. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Isaac Sterne -Atlanta, and Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson, originally of New'York, and now of Sarasota, Fla. Thank You for Your Vole and Support October 25fh APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE NOVEMBER 8th INDEPENDENT of All Groups and Factions HIAIEAH NEEDS A Cooncilmon for All the People RE-EIECT A QUALIFIED WAN TO REPRESENT YOU GOOD GOVERNMENT IS YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY Continue to protect your investment in Hiaieah — Re-Elset M. I Mil!) THOMPSON YOUR COUNCILMAN LEVER 16 A INDEPENDENT—Not connected with any group or fraction, obligated only to the citizens of Hiaieah. QUALIFIED Resident of Hiaieah 32 years. General contractor in H:.iieah 12 years. %  Married, property owner. Active in Church, School, Fraternal. Labor and Civic affairs—for many years. ABLE —Member of your Council. Appreciate your continued support VOTE fOR THE RETIREMENT PLAN FOR OUR CITY EMPLOYEES (Pel. Pot. Adv.) PULL LEVER 17A Youth integrity Ability ROBERT RAINEY YOUR CANDIDATE H fi'y Commission %  • Group 3 NATIVE MIAMIAN 1 our VOTE and Support appreciated" To My Many Friends: [ surely appreciate your help in my campaign" COME ON IN KADQUARTERS: 18 N.W. 17th Avenue (Nagler Street and 17th Avenue) Phone 3-5553 (I'd. Pol. Adv.) Couple Mark 50th Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. Simon R. Blatteis, ,435 South Shore dr.. Miami Beach. celebrate their 55th wedding anni-, i versary with a dinner at the Sax: lony hotel. Friday. Dr. Blatteis, a retired physician, practiced for 50 years in Brooklyn. N.Y.. at which time, on his retirement, a dinner was given him by his friends and colleagues at the : Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York ; : City. He was chief of medical servI ice at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital ;and i> now consulting physician there. His daughter. Mrs. Edward Werner. of ('.real Neck, LI. is flying; in for this party, as well as his son j and .daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Blatteis. of Great Neck. VOTE FOR AN, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE EDWIN J. FREY To Your Hiaieah Council • Civic Leader... • Businessman ... • Veteran • Charter Supporter • Union Man REMEMBER NOVEMBER 8th PULL LEVER 8 A TOR BETTER GOVERNMENT (I'd Pol AcH THANK YOC tor your Vote October 25 Appreciate Your Continued Support and Vote November 8 Floyd Kemp A Hiaieah Businessman For Your Hiaieah Councilman PULL LEYER 9 A NOV. 8th (Pi. POt. Adv.) Mr. **d Mn. MM



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Page MB Jeis*BtH&** DAVMD SCHWARTZ — Frida y. H ovemb*. Has Anyone Heard of Physicist Dr. Tabor? When the Wright brothers flew their first aeroplane at Kitty Hawk. N.C.. a paragraph appeared in a few newspapers. Thafs all. I haven't seen mueh more than that about the visit to this country of Dr. H. Tabor, of the National Physical Laboratory of Israel. Dr. Tabor is bound for Phoenix. Ari/., where he is to participate, as this column appears, in a symposium on Applied Solar Energy Research. Dr. Tabor has developed a >olar engine which has commer cial possibilities. Scientists in many parts of the world have been working on the problem of getting some of the energy which the sun with a munificient hand -catters all about us. In America .scientists have already de\ Hoped the means by which houses may be moderately warmid. and in Americus. (la the Bell Telephone Co. is even experimenting with a telephone run by sun power. But the Tabor engine is uid to go beyond than all this It ll rated some 20 percent more efficient than any other solar engine thus far developed. The Tabor engine will soon be tried out for the first time industrially to generate steam power to work the Dead Sea chemical plant. • • • In the midst of the great excite ment in Israel about the finding ot oil. the members of the Knc-ft in a body turned out to witness a demonstration of the solar engine. Ben Gurion wanted to know il the engine could be used to dis till sea water to make it available for irrigation He was told that it could do this but at a prohibitive cost Ben Qttftofl was excited when he was told that it was commerciallv feasible to rettETH StEROTY — Hearings End Yields Strife Sharp differences in approach, perhaps fundamental ones, among Jewish organizations were brought to light as a result of the now ] cancelled controversial Senate religious liberty hearings The dispute over the value of the Senate nib-COtnmittec hearings on religious freedom was Widespread. It divided the Senate sub-corn-1 mittee staff, various faiths, and even organizations representing the | same faith Among Jewish groups, for example, the American Jewish ( ommittee and the American Jewish C ongres s reacted differently to the hearings which were to deal with the separation of church and state clause of the First Amendment The National Conference of Christians and Jews had yet another viewpoint Christian groups also lined up on opposite sides An organization composed of liberal Protestants called Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation ol Church and State" urged the hearings, while Roman Catholics opposed them. Methodist, were strong for the Baptists and Lutheranopposed La-t August the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights ;,nthal [01 the tirst time m the history id Congress Americans will be consulted in a more direct fashion than ever bi lore on infringe •ni rights guaranteed under the first amendment and on conflict •' •:"1 that article ol the Bill of Rights The -ubcom an eight part questionnaire designed to uncover attijeel It w.iavailable to anj interested individual, rhe Ai h Committee did not release a statement of is vi< thi hearings, but unofficial!) identified Israel with the • ed t" the u s,, ptember edition i enturj nub of th< article entitled h Watei the subcommittee was plunging into that will produce "a national and wholly un0 held that the grievances an-in^ out nendmenl must IK> left to the courts when the hearii en indefinite!) postponed, Dr Israel Goldpresident ot the American Jewish I criticized tue sub mittee i"i t> i sectarian pressures n nization had welcomed the hearings ..a meanot stimulating "healths public dis it believed that the bearings would provide a public forum lebate <• %  ..,1 is-ucs winch could then he Letter in and possibl) resolvi "Ami IHGoldstein reminded the subcommittee, I on the assumption that the People can he trusted in a dission "i ail public issueit iunthinkable therefore that the committee should now reverse itcourse and yield to pressures from whatever -ource to suppress the open consideration of -o fundamental .i question areligious liberty According to tome, legitimati ins might well have existed to cancel the religious hearings These Individuals point to such argunts a"Congress should not put itself in a po-ition to challenge the courts unless it is prepared to support a change in theFirst Amend ment or even that "the religious animosity aroused would do more harm than good.'* frigerate homes with the engine "We could cool all the homes m the Negeb." exclaimed Ben Cur io'n. • • • When Theodore Herzl wrote "Das Judenstaat." he gave the manuscript to a friend to read The friend finished it and began crying. Herzl thought that the friend had been touched by the vision of the salvation of his people. But the friend soon confided to; Herzl that he was weeping on ac count. The manuscript convinced him that Herzl had lost his mind and he was weeping at the trag edy that had befallen a fine man. If Herzl suffered mental aberration in becoming a Zionist, millions of others shared this aber-i ration with him. But Herzl did; have a rich, extravagant phantasy that sometimes seemed to overshoot the mark. Thus Herzl predicted not only the establishment of the Jewish State, but went on to predict that refrigeration industry' would become one of the major activities of the Jewish State, and that Israel; would show the world how to. make the hot lands habitable. Many people must have read j this prediction with disbelief. j But Herzl's prediction may be coming true. The solar engine, may refrigerate the Negeb — and the Arab states as well. Let us! hope it will refrigerate their tern-1 pers as well as their skins ON THE ~^U MIDDLE EAST TENSIONS: Political, Soci.l ,„., „ P New York H.,„ !" £^*>n. York: Harpor .nd By HILARY MINDLIN fatj Theorfor Hcrif history said yet S. A. MORRISON has lived in Egypt and the Ne years, most of the time as a "lay missionary iJ*churches" Being neither Arab nor Jew the aiith„, •"analysis of the Middle East situation might have ,£** avoiding the pitfalls of partisanship into which mh fallen. In this aim. Mr. Morrison has succeeded adm V** not managed to be completely impartial, at least he i It is only fair to point out, too. that his errors in m!!* 6 *' 1 those of omission, where, after giving the Arab or w?" on a particular issue, he does not immediately, nor *>?' counter with the answer of the opposition It is often difficult to decide whether the author k his own viewpoint or that of an aggrieved party and thi \J\ to be a drawback, especially in a book whose avowed thus the basis for judgment of it. is accuracv of analysis is a semi-mathematical sort of word, having nothing to do as they ought to be—only with things As They Are "Middle East Tensions" will certainly unsnarl for nan %  the terribly tangled, confusing issues which have turned that the world's principal "hot spot." Although Israel has been U blameless in contributing to the growth of hostility, one of tal striking aspects of the book is the constant revelation of Ar tion and complete intransigeance. One wonders what in heal, satisfy the Arabs, after learning that they have expressed L the threat of bankruptcy to Israel, resulting from their own | and boycott of her, might force Israel to try to expand territory. There are many similar cases of the Arabs wanting 1 their cake and eat it too. • • • • THE FACT IS, as the Yemenite delegate told the I7t i Assembly in December 1952: "In reality the issue to be s between Israel and the Arab States, but between Israel tine Arabs." The Arab States stepped in ostensibly to ntcrests of the refugees; they now prefer to exploit tl politically, in utter disregard of those interests, blithely obi the misery of their own people. Not that this is anything i rulers nave been largely unconcerned about their people fort Mr. Morrison raises the interesting question of "whetherIj civilization is itself essentially secular or Christian since the| will be extremely important to the growth and adaptability 4 j He wonders, too. whether Israel will not find herself, in oriental, rather than a Western, country As to her relations' sia. he points out that, although Israel rebuffed Russia'! frien her "non-alignment" in the cold war and her support o! the 11 Korea decision, she cannot really afford to alienate the USSR:' an still one.and a half million Jews in Russia, many of whonj ike to emigrate" The value of the book in presenting, without bias, 'he. cannot be overestimated. I cannot imagine a Je whn is victory at any cost, remembering his own long history ofpffl and injustice A volution which irises II '" f"2l even worthv of the name I do not believe, athe author csj that the Christian churches have %  roll • m leadinj W| ol the area 'into the way of peace" but Mr Moms* JT his job. presumptuous as the suggestion must -ound to or and Jew. 'What "1 do believe ithat understanding annm and this is the battle which must be won because noth hatred has ever been any good. uhiUkd t — fMl'ffl HOROWITZ — I I Interview With Jamali Proves Fruitful M 1,1, WOM.EE — Cal Abrams on Move Again Baseball is still making news this time in the person of Jewish star Cal Abrams. Cal is on the move once again. Next season he will be with the Chicago White Sox. As a matter of fact, it wouldn't seem like a new baseball season if Abrams wasn't involved in a player shift. He has done a lot of traveling between clubs in his career and has played in both the National and American Leagues. The White Sox will be getting Cal from the Baltimore Orioles, where he served as outfielder. The deal involved the trading of infielder Bob Abrams of the Sox to Baltimore. Abrams had his best period in the majors when he was with the Dodgers and suddenly emerged as a powerful hitter. However, the sensational playing soon cooled off, and Cal found himself up against tough competition to keep his outfield post In his van..us travell he has at times had more of an oppor tunity to play regularly than he did With the Dodgers Well, next season is | new one. and it will he Interesting to note how i ,,i takes hold with the Sox • • There's been some talk about former baseball star Moe Berg being offered a job of looking after boxing to see that the sport is kept on the up and up Whether anything will materialize remains to be seen. This wouldn't be the first time that Moe Berg was in such a "diplomatic" capacity. At one time he served as a "good will" ambassador to Latin America. To some this former job of his might sound strange. UN receptions are unique in that they often serve as incubation chambers" where vital world ques tions fmd their ultimate solutions Take, for example, the Burmese party held in the famous North Delegates Lounge last week. Something happened there which could never have occurred in any other place The Foreign Minister of Iraq. Dr. Fadhil Jamali, surprisingly, confided in the writer on the important Israel-Arab issue. Present at the reception, of course, were all the leading delegates, the Secretary General and UN newsmen Friendly enemies, drinking cocktails, were seen mingling freely. Representatives of the East and West exchanged pleasantries; the French and the Arabs also, and the Indians and the Pakistanis Israels Ambassador Abba Eban with his charming wife and collea gues were all on hand. So EEO\ GUTTERMAN — was Egypt's Foreign Minister. DrMah and the representatives of the otherAriM spirit of eloofness. however, separated groups. -,1 But the situation was quite different %  ] Foreign Minister Jamali who.has Btpdiscussed in this column War m > £ writer and taking him by the handI.t of manners. Dr. Jama!, muted him to* at a nearby table. A most revealing sued. Appearing utterly sincere and speikjl "as one human being to another. u. vealed that his country and other UJJ he knew of were ready to enter^into JJ, with Israel provided the In'^^r would be willing to act as meflaion^ Omnibus Fair' to Train Cameras on Woi omnibus, the brilliant award winning television series which launched its fourth year on CBS Tele vision earlier this month, announces a wide range of Plans f„r the coming season that include the "Omni bus Worlds Fair" a series that will take viewers all over the world to examine the present state of civilization. The "Omnibus Worlds Fair" will send its cameras into various countries of the world, including Israel, to find the most exciting currents in entertainment. industry, military development, art. politics and h> vention. Eddie Cantor commented the other night: "Many men and women enjoy popular esteem not because they are known, but because they are unknown The Great Lover arrived a. .' H 0 1 ^, other night with another *es"n *> „ women swooned over-their wni %  5tJfS marked that together the W ^ H ] enough hair on their chest to mis grape. n Use' Studying the rising di> orce rate^' States, a Beverly Hills lawyer rem -j figures show that America is <*n. the free." up evei I "But the marriage rate is going ^ Danny Kaye pointed out. still the home of the brave



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%  : rv\ Nov L |OAL ember4J955 — ^J" ', u.*" NOTlCt ^ N6|B FICTITIOUS NAME LAW thflt Wf ,' h (1,(11 lOUK liame of Ha. ml .......'I'" •! %  Miami. i-M ,-1,.,-k .r ** qy> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB18 HEREBY OTVEN .h„l the tinderfjgned. deslrlns to engage in t'.H.'J ".'^, "S?*^ lh f lc"U.rtJl< „( HKI.KN BAR. at mnti :, Ih s „.,., Miami Beach. lagenns to i,r. Uirr.ui ""'•'.' i. i.-tTidi """"' l "' "'" 1 *" k f "" %  Ot i m i ~* ov PUBLICATION |T 'rfpCUIT COURT OF THE E £ mOlCIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR OADE 18*034 CENTM II0* | N IN C HANCERY. NO 18 BH.UUVBH Plaintiff. %  LOVER, !' %  ''i: '•'"' SUIT FOR DIVORCE VMB II OW'VI H tl N E I I nknown hat a Hill has MM „nd you aie reii tnswer •.;:;,•.,, j-.iii .if Complaint fflillfl HENRY Wi.lJ nd rilf "" ""-".al An"p,'iii" '"•• ffl '" v f ; h '' .,. %  ...... if i default i for the I | r [ SM Cji i,i ,l no. ,,i,.,i ,,. th. Bin at Q lenv.n.i' published ones t^Er'fo'u" :,,:. ; :;;iueweekH EjK.WISH f-|.oRIDL\N |p i\l> ORRKRKD at Miami, !" -i Mil. daj ••' octotar, A.u. K i; I.I:\TIII:RMAN. Clark, I'lri mi OouirL ik,a,. County, Florida B JOAN rolRNOYIM Court Deputy Clarfe IT \i rAIN jL r„r Plaintiff f,M Ragler Street, Miami. Fla. I l l HE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVJUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OADE FLORDA. IN CHANCERY m,V ROTH, i alntlff, iiTH. Di lend u |; ... I 51 Street. \. A York, are %  dings to ( lark, and Inlntlff's attorney! In Road, I I, i,r before I i 'i.iit|ilaint %  ted. i LKATHKRMAN, Clerll : II Kli'E, JR Deputy | III 4-11 BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HCF. is HI:I:I:RY GIVEN that (tnisn.il, tK-KlririR lo • tisase In under the fietltlnua name of %  QRAHAM Hi I I NE. 40th intrmls i" register said name rk of ih. Circuit Court County. Florida. iFITZPATRlt'K-i'.RAHAM, INC. IVITZ. ARONoVlTZ UDEN A pid leant %  HM*. I-11 4-11 HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN IKERY. No. 43t ARU K HNK and IZ. KINK, nalntiffa, | lFIEl.IH.Mi. ..; nli. Dcfcndanta |0TICE OF PUBLICATION R FIELDING, addreas un. and ir married, his unown ajHMle, II livlnK. anil If d. all unkni.Mii helra, devtaaoa, nttc*. (ranteei. rrditora or K part lei < l.i I in ina i'V. under r amlrail the •iii defendant, hn i~ mil known >bt dtiid or air.. .md all other iherwlae hav• it tit title. Ul "' i and to the •''UK ; %  <,]" %  • 1\ alt* %  lylpj and being in Dade i, lii-wlt: l.nt :'." %  f""K ^ MARTIN'S SI'BfVIMOX, .,. linn tn thiI'lat TIT 1 '' %  it Book •-'. thi Public Hi IM Hade Countr, Hoi Ida ARE HKRKI4Y NOTIFIED Met titli to the above v habeen filed rJ, ,u in "" ,l """entitled l'i you are hen by required tn L*., "l' v %  '• %  in-ucr to the %  w' n-r-in on I',, plalntlffi kl J.I' HAliii K l INK, ItlJ-ltll JJi Ruii.i,,K, Miami, no.-l.la. %  original In the ..fflce of "A,"'. • Courl on <>r ^ D: IM 24th uay ol October, *j g l.i:\TII|-.l{.MAN. "' I'II. II. I i-,.,iit %  *>.J'ouni Florida B > M W -in, KIN,; I. %  .'"> Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tli.it the underalgned, desiring t w engage Ii liuninea under the rictltlnun nan f NAN W1 I.I.I \M. .,. IM7 Baj Miami Beach, Irrtenda to regl name lth th.Clerk of u,. i 'ourt of i '.ol.' louni y, Pioi bin NAN KOVEN 10 /14-81-28 — 11 l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 183935 MYKNA KAUFMAN BERNKTEIN, Plaintiff, va. HARRY K.MKMAN nn.l KI.IZAHKTH KAi l-M\.\. Defendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HARRY KAUFMAN and ELIZABETH KAUFMAN 814 *ith Street i alrmont, w.-at vii-Rinia YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIEIEP that MYHNA KAUKMAN HERNSTEIN, arUlntiff. has filed a Coinplaint in the abnvc Court to foreclose a Mortgage RRulnat the totlowlng real f roperty, lylint and ueina situate In >ade County. Florida, to-wit: Ix>U 1, 2. and J. In Block of TRfiPICAI, ACRES, according to the Plat therenf, recorded In Plat Book 4H at Pag,. H2 of the Public Records of 1 >ade County. Elorlda, Uagether with the Imprpvements thereon. You are required to serve a copy of %  o ur Answer or other plcadinit upon Plalntlffi. Attorney. MH.TON \ FRIEDMAN. 108.3 SeyiMild RuildlnE. Mui.nl. Florida, and to file the oriain.nl of said Anawer or other pleading in the office of the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the 14th day of November. 19SS. If von fall to do an, judgment by default will ho taken against you for tin: u-lief rcipi. In the Complaint. I i.it.il at Miami. Florida, this |!th day of October. 1. n. WEATHERMAN, dark cii.ini Curt r i, RNEEPEN, (Circuit Curt Se.iy Deputy Clerk 10/14-21-28 — ll /tr NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51850 Notice U hereby gi^etl tkal REN BOSKIN, I...Id. i .iaasignei if City Of Miami Tax Bale Certificate Numbered l.v.J. ii.it...I the lal day of June, A D, 1M. hafiled said Certlfli ate in my office, and has made api tlon for tax i|e, i to laaue thereon in accordance itii law Said Certificate ambracaa the follow inn described property, situated In I Mil. County, l-i.i Ida, to-wll lt Block 13, Subdivision of the Dale MlUer Tract Addition Nu her One. l'lnt Book •-'. Page Hi in the city ot Miami, County of Da.le. State of Florida. Tbe assessment of ald. property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of UNKNOWN. In lea* said Certificate shall lie redeemed scolding to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 9tb day. of November, A.D. iiated this 4th day of O.-tober. A.D. E. B. I.KATHKHMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. By N. C. STKRRETT. {Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 10/7-14-21-28 — 11/4 LEGAL. NOTICB P N BCAR.^ IRCU,T COURT" O7~THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ri.niiT ,S AND FOR DADE COUNTY "plbk • ;;H\ .-ARITI-A .nd Ml..-. .i"H.\ CARPITA, bli aife SUIT FOR MORTGAGE TO ,, V F OR E:CLOSURE "' JOHN CICCARIKL.IO, alao known a> JOHN CHK \I:I:I.I i ANOBI.A PIC(-ARlELt.O, Al.l.l.l.l. 1,1Avenue, pntarl i California b J?"' l |lx I'IIVAI:IKI,I,I, alao known a. JOHN CHICAREUJ, and \\M-. lV''" :l L • I 0 '-"""" t'A CHICARrXU, hla wife, by notified that a Complaint J'. %  :i '"' "of Mortgage on the (""owing described property-, >|| '"I being In Pad. County, Flor• y?I5 "' ; ""' -'•' PARADISE KAKK, a. ding to the plat recorded In Plat Hook 15 at page .v. of the Pu Recorda of 1 lade t ounty. Florida. '' %  v [' fl| i-d agarnet you and vou are .••iiiir.-d to aei re a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of (' Plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney %  fcRE CHERTKOF, 107 Olympla Building, -Miami M, Florida, and file ''' iginai Answer or Pleading in th.office of the Clerk of the Circuit • ourt on or before, tin lxth da\ of November, 1955. if you fail to do ao ludrment by default win be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bin of Complaint. This Notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JKWISII FDORIDIAN DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this lMh day of October, A.D. 1*5$. K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, I Mde County, Florida Bj W.M \V STIH'KINii. (Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk (3EORQE CHERTKOF Attorney ror Plaintiff 807-810 I llympla Building Miami :',.'. Florida l" 21-28 II 4-11 r ,/' MIN "' I III a. H.vDemsnds Agalnal Said %  i. ,.f i hereby pres.'iit any you. or "nst the d late *'jan.'l," wh( L?mvc Ci 1 'oiintv et cased late la. to ,.,.. Hon'th, I'-oie Cunty. %  Wiia. %  '. %  Counclaims £!"*" i %  ; ; L -" "•"led 1 '" I. oi r -be Us, Will Krawi.* KAP IMIdresa I'll to same K jjf*. •l^N NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 51012 Notice Is hereby given that MAX R SILVER, Trustee, holder as assignee of citv of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered 4.C.. dated the 1st .lav of June. AD. 1858, has filed said Certlflm my office, and has mad. application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law Said Certificate embrace" the following described property, situated in l>ade County, Florida, to wit l.ot it, Blk 4, flarden Clt>", I I" Book 5, Page 7.1. In the City of Miami. County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was In the name of UNKNOWN. I'nleas said certificate shall '"' redeemed a lug to law. tax d.ed will issue thereon on the 9th day of November, Ai' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996 l.l'Cll.l.i: KAI.I'H AT. Plaintiff. \ %  HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, ^7 o|.| Hope Road, I.C-'llalie.I. JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES Y. thi said HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce tiai been filed against you. and you are required !• %  serve %  copj of your Answer %  %  : Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, PHILLIP <; I:N.;I:I.I:KP.I;. sot Roper Bl.lg., -'• B.E. Crd Avenue Miami :'.-. Florida, C.S.A., and file tbe original Answer Or Pleading in the office of the cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of November, 190, If Mm fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded fit the Bill of 'omjilaint. This notice shall 1" published once each week for four cenaecnthre weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, Ibis Hth day of October. A.D. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I lade County, Florida. By I. SNEEDEN. i Court Seal I IVputy Clerk PHILLIP O. ENOELBERU, Attorney for Plaintiff MM Roper Building, N si.. :'.rd Aw. Miami 12, Florida I.. 21-28 ii 4-11 19j.>. Dated 19:.:,. this 4th day of October, A D E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk of Circuit Court. 1 >aile Count\. Florida liv N c. bTBRRETT. (circuit curt seal) Deputy Cl" rk 10/7-14-21--K — 1W4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVhN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslnes under the fictitious name ;• ALTON O LARS A MIRK"!'., at 1434 Alton Road. Intends to reglater said name with tbe Clerk of tbe Ircuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. JACOB STEIOBR. Sole Uwnei 10/14-21-28—^1/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, daelrlng to engage in buslnes under the fbtitiouname oi .1 I. TIM .-KIN'!, at 7'. NV t. Illaleah. intends to reflate I name with the Clerk "'"•'' "" cult Court ol Had. C .unt) M-i 'I.' JACK LE\ V. Sole Ownei 28 — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IB HTREBY'.IIVEN that tbe undersigned. deslrltiK t %  Mage in indeg the I'.'v'ii K SHOE STORE, al 10 %  v,li: V', r ~ ,j Coral rjabiea, Intends to.refteter > aaia name with the Clerk of the I Ircuit .•our, „f pad. c..uo v •,;,::,::;-,,,.. MORTON BEICEL Attorney for Applicant 904 Hlscavne Bldg. 10/21-28 — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that tinun.lersl.ned. desiting to engage In husines under the fictitious name of KAYS BAR. at I2S1 \\ ,Flafk r Street. Intend to register said name with the Clerk o( the Clrenlt court ,,i Hade County. Florida 1 VIOLA JOLLIFFE WINIFRED POEHLMAN KESSLEB OARS \ttoin. \s for Appllcanta I7S2 W. Flafler St. 10 ll-Jl-ll ll/ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai th.underalgned, desiring to engage in bualnea. m '^th^ Ml c |{ BAR. at W3 N W. 8th A\... -MI .ml Ha. Intends to icgsit.r •;,;;;:,•.. „„h -.,.• net* -'-"id., vl Court of Da.le County. Florida. SAMUEL FOOEL (aole owner) KESSLBR OARS attorneys for Applicant 1782 W. Flaglfi Btreet 11/4-H-I8 NOT,CE N U A N M > E :R LA F W :T,T,0US MOTICE IB HEREBY QIVBN that tha underalgned, dealrlng to engage in .;,.'' A ve Miami Beach. Intends to Eloil.la. K Y MU | { ,-.'RP. MONROE DIXON vppllcant pi S 11 -''"' ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS VOT ICE I^^I^CVES thai ''""'" 'ui'iSKM-vRV F NEWTON CCRTIHS B NEWTON iSt'BS "Miami 32. Fla. 10/21-28 ll/ill Pa ge 15B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •NONCE is IIKRKIiY OIVEN that tne underalgned, desiring to engage in bualnea undei the fictitious name of A BOUIPMENT SALES, at 8098 N.w, 17th Avenue, Intend to register i "'me with the Clerk of the Cll .nit > ourt rrmwde routlty, Florida. PATRICK ANT.iNEI.I.I WAVP E^EfV^ 1 :SAK Attorn, j for \ c Equipment 8 ."i Blscayne Building ll |-|| LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ^"TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that d, dealrlng to engage In indei the fictitious nan, of 1)1 SCAN MOTORS COMPANY (nol in. i. at i isn N.W 38tn btreet, Miami, Florida, in.end to register said with the Cl. ik ..f the Circuit Court of I lade < %  • %  ii II t), Florida HARRY SOROSKY EI.RY BTONB EUOBNE BOROHK An..i n. y i..i Duncan Motora Company mot Inc.) 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN Hi. undersigned, desiring to engau In bualneaa under the fictitious name "f CLUB SEVENTY 170), at IIUTI Co A\.\. intends to reglater said with the CJerk ol the Circuit ..f Dade Cbunty, Florida. KAYWEIN Cl >R1 MONROE DJXON AttOI ne) for Applicant 171". Coral Way — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng to engaffc In buslnea undei the fictitious nami ol FLORIDA SALES CO., at 822 NE .'"b Street, Intend to reflate) name with the clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. WILLIAM KROLAND LARRY BCHLOSBERO 10/21-28 — 11 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busine* under the fictitious name of VILLAGE TAVERN, at 49111 N.W 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da.le County. Florida. GEORGE P. M1NHY HENRY M CAIN Attorney lor Applicant 2520 West Flagle.St., Miami, Florida 10/21-28 — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In buelnea under the fictitious name of KIRK" JEWELERS, at 26 N E. 1st Ave., Miami, Fla., fntenda to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Ooiii t ,,f i iade County, Florida. KIRK JEWELERS, INC. SH M'lll' A I RIED, Attorneys Attornej for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road 1" 21-28 114-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A In It. : ESTATE <>F' SARA JAMROZ, I.e. eas. d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against BjaM Estate: You. and each Of you. are hei.l.y notified ami required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of SARA JAMROZ. deceased late "f Dade County. Florida, t<> the lion W. F. BI.ANT. IN and F'RANK DOWL4NO, County Judges of Da.le County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade Cotintv. Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address ..f the claimant and to be sworn to and ited as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1981 Pi ..bate Act. I Mte October 11. A.D. 195.".. FRANCIS J. JAMROZ As Administrator of the F>tate of SARA J. JAMROZ. I lece.i-.il GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Administrator (07 olvmpia Building. Miami 12, Fa*. In 21-28 — 11/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30600A In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH HUTNER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Batate: You. .md each of you are hereby notified and re.piii.-d to preaenl any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of JOSEPH HUTNER, deceased laic of I Mde County, El..i Ida, t> the H able County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their ra in the County Courthou* in I Mde County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. BaM claims Or demsnds U) contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will be bailed See Section e.ll.lS or th,. 1943 Probate Act. Date octolapr 17. A.D. 19..... HERBERT H HUTNER MILTON HUTNER BERNARD HUTNER SYLVIA MEHI.EK As Executors of the I,ast Will and Testament of .1. iSEPH HPTNER, 1 •• %  %  ised. HERBERT II HUTNER IK,:, Drexel Ave.. Miami Ht-uch. 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Page 16B HM^fhrttpton SHORTS MEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS Emanu-Ei BONN (WNS>—The Ancient Synagogue of Worms, oldest Jewish edifice in Central Europe and one of the greatest centers of Jewish scholarship in the Middle Ages, is to be reconstructed under a plan which calls for the federal Government, the State of the Rhineland Palatinate and the City of Worms to contribute equally to the costs of clearing the site of rubble. LONDON (JTA)—Official German documents which would add conclusive proot of the innocence of e'apt. Alfred Dreyfus, central (inure in the treason case which rocked France at the turn of the century. may be among papers recently returned to Germany h> the Russian occupation forces. Dr. Bruno Weil of New York said in a lecture here The innocence of ('apt DreyfUJ has been established '"beyond a doubt. Dr. Weil said. and Jewish history He was the editor of the hittory section of the jewisfl Enreelopedla" published hi Rutatm-betwee* *f08 and 1913! and later was coedttor of, the -History of the JeWlate People." also 1 A %  published in Russian. j AClUlt -. | Samuel Friedl, Bd TEL AVIV ,JTA)-Maj Gen. E L. M. Hums, the United Nations' nounced^h?"" 0 : ** truce supervision chief, told the Tel Aviv Rotary etab tha* be saw nolgun for Z rfWr hope of success in peace negotiations betwben-Isrbel frd the Arab*Temples !„,£ J* States so long as neither side was prepared to rOMee-lts conditions, studies ,? 1 He expressed the belief that • lefereadotp. rthcld §n both sides of the'nesdav miSK* demarcation line, would show that the peopleprefeijred even the ,WBIn present situation to a state of war titut*, HP wbieh 15ears' C !s 0d a by ,heT ""* Or. Blumenthal to Speak Kkkott Luncheon Thursday A ca "> tor A*** Nov. 10. at Lousie of the Jewish The3 nary ol America PARIS i.lTA'—An overflow audience which gathered here to hear an address on The Christian In the Fa* ol Anti Scmitism," I Father Riquet ol the Cathedral "I Notre Dame remind them ol the number of Popes who had condemned anti-Semitism Father Riquet said that the Popehave "determined my attitude He pledged to COfl tinue his finht against racism Grand Rabbi Jacob Kaplan expressed lo the meeting the gratitude of French Jewry tor what Christians did for persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation ol France in World War II ROME (JTA)— Protests by Arab diplomates in Italy to the Italian Government and the Mayor of Florence against the presence of a dele gathion of bnel'l mayor* at a world congress of mayors in that city have been rejected out of hand by Mayor La Pira of Florence Mayor La Pira pointed out that mayors of leading cities in the Arab states had been invited, as well as the Mayor of Jerusalem and other Israel; cities, but had chosen not to attend. Besides, he continued, he never, would have excluded from the conference the mayor of "GodV capital." flASm FRO M THE HEAR E AST TUNIS (JTA)—A gang of some 50 Moslem youth invaded Sidi Mardoum. a Jewish quarter of this city, and beat up a number of Jews on the streets. They also raided and sacked a car and several -hops. No one was seriously injured, but the gang made off with considerable loot. ISTANBUL WNS>—Strong measures against the recurrence of anti-Jewish activities which emerged during the recent anti (ireek riots in the country were promised here this week by Turkish authorities to a Jewish delegation headed by Grand Rabbi Raphael Saban The delegation pointed out that a feeling of insecurity existed among Turkish Jews as a result of the recurrent incidents, among them the painting of swastikas on Jewish homes m Yenikoy. suburb of Istanbul. CASABLANCA (JTA>—Dr. Aron Syngalowski. president of the World ORT Union, announced this week a new program of special short courses in trade school training in four centers in Morocco and Tunis. The courses will be given for some 1.400 students ranging in age Iron 17 to 40. I nder the program the students will be trained as build ing workers, tractor operators and locksmiths within the nejrt 9 to 12 months. Centers at which the courses will be given include Casablanca. Marrakesh. Meknes and Tunis Dr Seymour M Blumenthal. eon-1 On Jhursday noon. suiting psychologist and marriage the Delmonica hotel the Lousiewith the Bureau 0 counselor, will Inguest lecturer of, Brandew chatflr£t*the American t.on ol Greater MJU the Beth David PTA on Monday Jewish Congress.wjJJ hold a kick-'8 ram is under the* evening. Nov. 7. 1953 Its subject „ f{ luncheon YbV&se funds for : their Louise WateVman Wi hi Ir\ will he "The Emotional Aspecti >t the Jewish Child Dr. Blumenthal is -i specialist in the emotional problems of both adults and children He has l.een certified by the American Board of F.xaminers in Professional Psychology who have granted him a Diplomat in the specialty of Clinical Psychology. ise Hosleader Durini ""eater Miana. under the i •ng Lehrnm tel in Israel. tfe'Vftir will be the | to wi?". Sf* 52 hwtl io iuio a.m., courses' first of a senf'S^tuf* run through-1 ed in elementary out the winter %  miMtfis of reservations are The In charge | Prayer hook Hebrew Twi Mesdames f. n,l l, ; ll Sl Jews Who i ioriviiuiu air witr mcsciames ... — -..a n a Larry FhedW ia'cV'Janoff. Syd-lJlH le ^fiSil i win r>e given dunnj iki ney Finger, and Jack Paulen. I hour, 1045 to 11,30 1* CASABLANCA (JTA)—Entrance to the mellah of Marrakesh has been forbidden to Moslems in order to protect Jews living there. The new rule followed a number of incidents which occurred there earlier in the week. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE WASHINGTON (JTA)—Although Iraq is signatory to an anti Com munist defense pact, many leading Iraqis are contributing to the Egyptian arms fund drive which will be used to buy arms from the Communist bloc, accord to a Bagdad broadcast. The Iraqi Ambassador here, said last week after seeing Secretary of State Dulles that Iraq would prefer to buy arms from the West but docs not mind taking arms from its "enemy. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Emile Najar. Israel delegate on the General Assembly's Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee, told the committee that he sees no reason for adopting resolutions which the member states are not ready to implement. Najar directed his re marks specifically to the first article of the proposed human rights covenants under discussion now. The first article deals with the right of self-determination. Since Israel accepts that right on principle but knows that some countries are not as yet ready to act in accordance with that principle, it will abstain when the issue comes to a vote. MEXICO CITY (JTA)—A special ceremony in the synagogue of Mexican Indian Jews was held here when Dr. Mordecai Shoshkes. Jewish writer, presented a Torah to their group, known as "B'nai Elohim The Torah was a gift from Capt. Joshua Goldberg, chief JewMi chaplain of the United States Navy. The leader of the Indian Jews. Baltasar Laureano Ramirez, thanked the donors of the Torah on behalf of the group. Mexico's Indian Jews claim descent from the forced converts of Mexico, who were compelled to hide their Jewishness by the Inquisition. NEW YORK (JTA)—The United States Government should use all its resources and every "bit of strength" it can exert to check an armament race in the Middle East, Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota urged here at the 13th biennial convention* of the Women's American ORT. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA)—The West German draft amendment to the German Federal Indemnification Law, which is designed to remedy inequities in that measure, has been forwarded to the Federal Council, the upper house of the West German Parliament. The draft had previously been approved by the Adenauer Cabinet. TEL AVIV (JTA)—Dr. Mark Wischnitzer. Jewish historian and social worker, was found dead in his room at the Larkon hotel here, apparently the victim of a heart attack. He was 73. A resident of the United States and professor of history at Yeshiva university, he was visiting Israel. Born in Rovno, Russia. Dr. Wischnitzer was educated at the Universities of Vienna and Berlin and specialized in Russian |AT NQRJQN. TIRE CO. WE'RE OVERSTOCKED! SO YOU NAME THE PRICE NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED CH| If FOR LIMITED MAJLJU TIME ONLY NYLON TUBELESS EASY CREDIT AN Ob* H*d by Nort-M TifeW Yu PfcwOPEN AU NIGHT *•• w 'UCUj ST. 0FEN SUNDAY 300 W. rueUNJT. O.S. 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lewisbJEIoridGI
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lain
,29-Number 44
Price 2Zt
iel In Critical Hour As Joseph Vows Battle To The End'
ilotov and Dulles Meet;
iviet Union Pledges 'Aid'
|To Peace in the Near East
EVA iJTA i The Soviet Union announced its intention Wed-
(contributing to the "peace" of the Middle East. This declara-
imade to new-men by Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov following '
meeting with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. It is
dthat Mr Dulles protested to Mr. Molotov that the Communist
jitosupply urns lo ,nc Middle East violated the "Geneva spirit."
isia will contribute to the peace of the Middle East, as it will
ftheworl'l." Mi Molotov said. Pressed for further details of
knbution. the Soviet Foreign Minister said: "I cannot say
[Earlier, the Moscow radio had blamed the Middle East crisis
Tfest. which it charged with "gross interference" in the affairs
pon V Kiting up military blocs.
|e h:s hour and 40 minute meeting with Mr. Molotov, Secretary
I had another 1 no minute
Declares Nation's Fate
To be in Grave Danger;
Budget for Tote I Defense
i
I I e t i n
Dr. Do/ Joseph
Mtk Israel Premier Moshc
. who wa- accompanied to
| After the meeting, Mr.
I newsmen that he had
wry full talk, covering the
|iery adequately. Mr. Dul-
t, was left in iiti miscon-
Kicd on Page 2 A
mokes cell
BOND COMMITTEE MAPS DINNER Of STATE
Sharett is Credited With Coup
At Geneva as Preparations
Move to Honor Premier Here
Dov Joseph, Israel's Min&ter of Development, late Wednesday
telephoned some 2,000 leaders <,f the American Jewish com ill
across the nation. Among leaders called were 40 in the Greater Ml
area.
Dr. Joseph declared thai "Israel's entile existence is in jeopa
We do not Weh war. but wc wit] fight back." Reporting that Egypt
now has enough armament, recently purchased from the Soviet Union,
to annihilate the Jewish State, the Israel Government spokesman added
thai "we will fight bravely and to the end" but that there was "a limit
to human endurance."
Dr. Joseph told the loaders that Israel's entire national budget is
now hciny diverted solely tor defense purposes because the West failed
at Geneva to grant his government a security pact and sufficient ar is
to equal Egyptian military acquisitions from the Communists. Declar-
ing that Egypt has entered into an "unholy alliance" with the Com-
munist world, he charged that Israel must "now fight for its very ex-
i.stencc.""
At the same time, Dr. Joseph announced a National Action Day
throughout the U.S. scheduled for Dec. Ik
*1o/ofov
no nyet?
Special
Prime Minister Ifoshe Sharett.
who flew home to Israel Tuesday
from Geneva, was credited Wed-
nesday with hi--, in i reed Rus-
sia to reassess the value ol fur-
ther shipments of Communist
arms to the Middle East, In the
light of Moscow's reputation as
a guardian of "the spirit o| Ge-
neva."
Sharett will he guest "I honor
in Miami Beach on Nov. 16 at a
Dinner of State sponsored by the
1955 Guardians of Israel Sam-
uel Friedland i- chairman ol the
dinner, and Jacob Sher. chair-
man of the Greater Miami < "in
mittee for State of Israel Bonds,
is working closely with Fried-
land.
In a copyrighted story in Wed
nesday's New York Herald Tri
bune, William J. Humphreys
called Sharett\s efforts during
irion Offers to Meet With
Arab Bloc Leaders on Any Basis
Special
J*'8nate David Ben Gurion of Israel has offered to meet
iron "u* their differences.
bii*n i 'he sta,ement before Parliament Wednesday.
W Eevn. a said he wants to 8it down wi,n Premier Gamal
*,\L, ,ht' 0,her '"ders of the Arab nations and talk
_!"hout any prior conditions.
-*' Ben peace settlement he will agree to
ment's aim is "peace ... but not
suicide."
The Premier said if the Arabs
are not ready for an enduring
a limited one.
Ben-Gurion said he sees no rea-
son for the conflict with Egypt
and added "there certainly is no
the last week to call his coun-
try's security problem to the at-
tention of the Bin Four Foreign
Ministers' Conference BUCC
hi!."
Israeli sources, Humphreys re-
ported, maintained that Mr. Shar-
ctt's private talk with Soviet For-
eign Minister V. M. Molotov and
Ins entire mission to sound the
alarm against supplying Arab
states with Communist arms
"would increase the likelihood
that the Kremlin would weigh
all the possible dangers and risks
in the policy."
The Ne York Times, In a cab-
le. I story from EliC Abel Wed
nesday, said that Molotov had
told Sharett that the Soviet Un-
ion did not intend harm to Is-
rael by arming Egypt, bul "want-
ed to undercut the Western-
sponsored Middle Fast alliance "
\- he left C'ointrin Airport.
Sharett told newsmen he consid-
ered hie* trip "definitely worth-
while."
In Miami, meanwhile, a dinner
committee consisting of Fried-
land, Sher, Col. Jacob Arvey, Sam
Blank, J. A. Cantor, Mrs. Louis
Glasscr. Dr. Morris Goodman. Is-
adorc Hecht, Leon B. Jacobs.
Samuel Kipnis, Abraham Mail-
man, Benjamin Meyers, Stanley
C Meyers, Max Orovitz, David
Phillips. Dan B. Ruskin and Carl
Weinklc worked on final plans
Continued on Paoe A
'unity Chest
Open Drive
,7.y *t
[fir
'the
eaders will
*Tunpaigii in
^ixth straight vie-
PI tna.. """mil vie-
Cs'rl 1"' '"""'"onial
i ty "' w ,B"
rewher ;,inuaien
lampaign

and
Baron de
on Plgt s A
Kaminsky Gets Nod as National Commander
Conf iuued an Page 2 A
-iviif riN-
At 7 p.m., Wednesday. Arab
leaders turned down Ben-Gur-
ion'% offer.
Reubin Kaminsky. a wartime
antiaircraft gunner, was elected
national commander Sunday of the
Jewish War Veterans of America
a, f.nai tessiotu of the JW\ i
60th national convention at Miami
ch.
tminsky. 48-year-old Hartford
Conn, attorney, won by aaflaatan-i
,,.,1 margin over three other can-]
didates. He succeeds Joseph F.
Barr, 54. a Washington attorney.
Also in the running were Dr.
David Coyne. White Meadow Lake,
N.J a dentist; Ben Chasin. Brook-
lyn attorney; and Theodore Rich-
ard. Chicago attorney.
Irving Goldstein, a professor of
law at Northwestern University,
was elected national judge advo-
v.::c.
Kaminsky, who'll head the 105,-
000-mcmber veterans group for one
year, has been a top national JWV
figure since joining in the postwar
years. He was a technical sergeant
in an Army antiaircraft unit in
Europe during World War II.
Kaminsky told reporters after
in- acceptance speech that the
JWV will step up its lobbying pro-
in Washington to stop con-
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Zamora Sisterhood Social features CZ
Z.imora JewWj (enter Sister- of ,u ^ Sfcfff
hnn,i t,..i.t .--,rf.v__ i the Mo.j. "n
hood hold a melfiber-bringa-mem-1elii,, .Mcsdnies i
bor party at the Center \w,|, WteL i"^'1-0ja
half !,,.
day night.
Mrs. Marion Malloff was t|Kiii I ,mu'j'","'""" ''""ed*
man, and her committop coittiated SvtvU. *cbe"an, Alic, j
--------______ md "Pinhard
I ace omrf5fty at? --^
Joining in a dinner party given by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Glasser to honor Lt. Col. Dina
Werth, in Miami Beach for Israel Bonds,
are many of the community's leaders who
are planning for the Nov. 16 dinner which
will honor Prime Minister Moshe Sharett.
Seated (loft to right) are Mrs. Glasser. Col.
Werth. Mrs. William Hirsch of Toledo. Mrs.
Charles Fruchlman and Mr. Fruchtman.
Standing (left to right) are Glasser. daugh-
ter Sonia Glasser, Mrs. Albert Farber of
Philadelphia, Sam Blank, Mrs. Blank, Sam-
uel Ginsberg, Mrs. Ginsberg, Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose and Mr. Rose.
Hotel Jfotf Home t
ment House Owners .
IN are fcer. to ,ere whh C0MPim '
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* PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS *DJS
Drapes Curtains Bed Pads P|a$tic
Studio and Daveno Covers
Miami Wholesale Corporation
120 N.E. 9th Street
Cloud Sotwrdoy-Qp Sunday
Phone
Ample I
Molotov and Dulles Meet at Geneva;
Soviet Union Pledges 'Aid' to Peace
Continued form Page 1 A
ception about the position of Israel
in the present embrogliO. I did not
gather that the United state- Gov-
ernment had yet reached I final
conclusion on how to deal with
the situation. It will now be in a
position to make up its mind in
lull cognition of what Israel thinks
of the dangers threatening and the
line ol action she believes -hould
be followed."
Mr sharett further told news
men that "Israel considers that
her very existence is menaced bj
Ben-Gurion Offers to Meet
With Arab Bloc leaders
Continued form Pag* 1 A
lack of goodwill on our part."
Meanwhile. J.-rat-l will .submit to
the I'nited State- a list of the de-
fensive arms considered Mceasarj
for defense against aggression, it
was learned here Wednesday. The
list, it was learned, will include air-
craft, anti-tank and anti-aircraft
guns and similar weapons. It is
understood that talks are going
on with Britain and France for the
supply of such weapons.*
(In Washington. State Depart-
ment spokesman Lincoln White
said that the United States has
made no change in it- existing at-
titude on the question of arm- for
Israel. He pointed out that Israel
can purchase certain categories of
arms on a "reimbuisible" basil I
this massive increase in strength
falling to her strongest tnd most
pronounced enemy. II it is impos-1
Bible to prevent this massive in-
crease, then Israel's military posi-
tmn- should be strengthened as far
a- possible Also, there -hould lie
added a security guarantee which
might ad .i- a deterrent to any evil
design oi aggression against her
territorial integrity and \< ry sur-
vival."
Wednesday's developments came
after a wet kend "i meetings among
the Western Foreign Ministers and
between Mr Sharett and each ol
the We-tern representatives. Mr.
Dulles" meeting with Mr. Molotov
was preceded by one between
British Foreign Secretary Harold
Macmillan and Mr. Molotov. Mr.
Sharett. who was to confer with
Mr. Macmillan late Monday eve-
ning, had an appointment with Mr
Molotov Tuesday.
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^^MhFhrkJton

JW
i(lil lungers
,| Frcf ernity
rs fsenberg
pM]n Rho. international
imity. at its meting held
mi elected Col. Michael M.
7 Miami attorney, chancel-
fthe Greater Miami chapter.
jterei" a graduate of North-
i ifafarsit) lav school and
(degree of Doctor of Jur-
toce He practiced law in
iIron 1930 until he volun-
, for active duty in March.
Iniae months in advance of
IHirbor, and participated in
Ifrican, Italian. French and
nd campaigns with para-
[ and glider troops.
his separation from the
it, he came to this city and
n in active practice here
i past ten years. He organ-
l Chicago Club of Greater
I in 1946 and served as its
: and has actively partici-
| in many civic and fraternal
Is. He is presently chairman
i Miami-Dade County Cham-
Commerce Committee on
Placement,
an Elk, \ia*on. Shriner
Ktee of Temple Israel. Mi-
served as president of
i Club in 1950 He resides
INW 2nd ter. Miami, with
*hter. Jaclin. a student at
I High School.
(Epsilon Rho has been in ex-
!since 1919 and through the
[has established chapters in
"ling cities of the United
I and Canada. During Isen-
undergraduatc years at
fstern University, he was
wtal in establishing the
in that law Bchool and
mcellor of that croup. A
'f thi< fraternity was or-
' several years ago at the
Miami and is pres-
ided by Jeirj Stern.
rted with Isenberf sj
">' the Miami Chapter are
iSeerdlin, vice chancellor;
|Anton, master ol the rolls;
Albert Saperstein, bursar;
**"*> honorarj life chan-
Suburbon Areas
Air Problems
Problems of coordinating Jewish
cultural and community activities
in suburban Made county areas
wen discussed Sunday at a daj
long forum at the Bureau ol Jew
ish Education, 135 NW 3rd ave,
The facilities of Jewish nek
in Dado county which arc avail
able to suburban groups were out
lined to 92 feeders in nine subur
ban Miami areas
"Many Jewish community groups
in these areas learned !<" (he first
time the full extent ol
they can call on for aid," Stanley
C Myers, president of the Gn
Miami Jewish Federation, said .,1
the forum.
Topics- discussed included relig-
ious education, eaie of the
financing and fund raising, and
the coordination of such activities
among outlying communities
The Federation sponsored the
meeting. Areas represented were
Hialeah, Miami Springs, Home-
stead, Opa-locka, North Miami
Beach. Flagler-Granada, North
Dado, South Dade, and the North-
west section.
Presiding at the sessions was
Harold Thurman. chairman of the
Federation's community planning
committee.
Agencies represented at the
meeting included the Jewish fam-
ily Service, the Bureau of Jewish
Education, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, and the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
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** Ufcting Mrs. August
e Barnes Margaret
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7th
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ICHEryAL APPl-IANCE$
^JC04ST.TCKO4CT-
Representing Jewish communities from all
parts of Dade county at the Suburban Com-
munity conference sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation are (seated)
Irving Zitter, president, Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center; Arnold Stern, vice
president, North Dade Jewish Center; Stan-
ley C. Myers, Federation president; Harold
^Thurman, conference chairman. Standing
are Gerald Greenfield, president, Temple
E'nai Sholom, Opa-Locka; William Raskin,
president, Homestead Jewish Center; Har-
old Strumpf, president, Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center; Herman Feldman, president.
South Dade Jewish Center; Alvin S. Cawn,
president, Beth Emeth Congregation; and M.
C. Gettinger, assistant director of Federa-
tion. Over ICO persons attended all-day ses-
sions of the pioneer planning effort.
< .
The Greater Miami Committee
presents an HISTORIC EVENT
in the annals of FLORIDA JEWRY
cordially invites you to join
and .
in a
Dinner of State
honoring
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th
----------------- 1955 ----------------
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HIS EXCELLENCY
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DINNER COMMITTEE
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SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman
Phone JE 1-5314 for Reservations
or
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STANLEY C. MYIRS
DAVID PHILLIPS
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ISADORE HECHT
SAMUEL K1PNIS
BENJAMIN MEYERS
MAX OROVITZ
DAN B. RUSKIN
CARL WEINKLE
JACOB SHER, Chairman
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On. Year 13 00 Two Year,---------------tS.Oy
Friday, November 4. 1955
Volume 29 Number 44
Heshvan 19, 5716
This is Israel's Most Critical J* **
Hour of Need Says Dov Joseph
This is the most critical hour in the history
of the young State of Israel.
Dr. Dov Joseph, Minister of Development,
Wednesday called by telephone some top
2,000 Jewish community leaders in the United
States to apprise them of his government's
grave danger.
We have often enough heard about the Jew-
ish State's worsening condition in the Near
East; but never have we heard an Israeli gov-
ernment spokesman talk about fighting "brave-
ly and to the end."
These are the words Dr. Joseph used in his
telephone conversation with this nation's top
community leaders. What he told them was
inevitable- that the Arab countries, and par-
ticularly Egypt, have finally approached the
point where they can successfully invade and
destroy the Jewish State.
By the beginning of this week, it had become
apparent that the Arabs are now in a position
to egual and surpass Israel's striking power.
The vast difference between Israel's superior
military and technical status on the one hand,
and the Arabs' on the other, has been bridged
by the recent Soviet decision to arm the Jewish
State's enemies.
The gravity of the situation was emphasized
Wednesday when Dr. Joseph revealed that his
government will henceforth divert Israel's total
national budget for defense purposes. This
means that the young republic is being left
totally without funds for day-to-day living. In
an urgent plea, Dr. Joseph called upon Ameri-
can Jewry to take up the burden of providing
Israel with its weekly S2.000.000 needs through
the purchase of State of Israel Bonds.
Thus, Israel again underscores the fact that
she is not asking for gifts but for a loan to cany
her through this, the most critical hour in her
history. Prime Minister Moshe Sharett's trip to
Geneva for discussion with the Big Four For-
eign Ministers and particularly with Mr.
Dulleshas shown that the West is not partial
to coming to Israel's defense at this time.
Only two things can now assure the fact that
Egypt and her Arab partners will not enter
upon a campaign to destroy the Jewish State:
1) A mutual security pact between the United
States and Israel; 2) Arms shipments from the
West to Israel to offset the tremendous military
advantage Egypt is currently achieving
through her munitions arrangement with the
Soviet Union.
These are the things for which Mr. Sharett
asked at Geneva; these are the things Mr.
Dulles virtually denied him. Israel's critical
hour has arrived. Only the total support of
the American Jewish community is left to pre-
pare the Jewish State for a possible holocaust.
I s,
During The Week... As
y LEO MINDLIN
Jewish War Veterans held a Florida n
vcntion headquarter., in the DiLido hoS ?yI,Uno,*on g
Smathers was guest speaker. Watch"?ih Vast *k S,
young statesman as he waited hi. turn t. .hJiandson*'*!
vague vision of the future. My own SL k!&5 ,h? Btol
nominate, if not elect, a Presidential en I .* ,he Souft1
may very well be a Vice PresidentialI paint S* \* *.
Certainly no politician leaves C ^'"i
and he would least of all confess to second h*^ 0pe" to
say that it is simply not intelligent for ZT hopfs He,
nominate both candidates. But the tad i ih fC"0n the
building somewhat of a reputation in W
ic activity dealing with national problc
hart broad political aspiration.
'"faslungton^^'N
Smathers prefaced his address by cxni
the luncheon who supported him Wn Ihls WitanJ
was not
"is inn
la-h,onable to do so." The Senator who k h '' !
fective as the years go by, would no t h mi
dig as strikingly back in 1080. hen h ,,,"r.,ed f *
Pepper. The conclusive test of his M-21 JJ **
many people who failed to vote for him laslui eng1h
mirl him in """ ldS' U^C GUI saril
port him in '56
"t will (
The Democratic Party is certainly aware of
Am
for Sen. Smathers' future. Mr. Pepper s truth t'ft
was FDR's trial balloon. Smathers ha. no 2Lm ,ht -
untenable symbol of crusading liberalism New YolkSf' "*
case, the Senator's opening observati
State siyk
B'nai B'rith Member Drive
B'nai B'rith lodges in this area are currently
carrying forward a campaign to enlist some
1.500 new members into the world organiza-
tion. '
B'nai B'rith means many things. Among
others, it means the Anti-Defamation League
and the fight aqainst the invasion of human
rights; B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and the
maintenance of some 1.200 chapters for boys
and girls across the nation; a program for Is-
rael, which includes the annual shipment of
millions in food, clothing, medicine and equip-
ment to aid the new democratic state.
It means humanity through philanthropy,
embracing such non-sectarian institutions as
Leo N. Levi hospital. National Jewish hospital
and many others. And it means a compre-
hensive and intensive program of good citizen-
ship, identifying American Jewry with the high-
est patriotic interests.
For these and countless additional reasons,
B'nai B'rith has achieved a position of world
prominence during its 112-year-long history.
The current campaign in Miami to enlist 1,500
new members should conclude rapidly and
successfully in the face of these organizational
ideals.
"I Con'l Defend Mfsttt With fmpfy Hands'
When They Came Home
There Were No Real Tears
Pictures and stories relating to last week's
return of the first group of German prisoners of
war from the Soviet Union were heart-rending
-for some people.
The pictures concentrated on the stricken,
watchful-waiting faces of German wives and
parents in anticipation of the arrival at Fried-
land of their long-imprisoned loved ones. Then
there were scenes of reunion, in which men
and women embraced after a separation of ten !
and more years.
May we respectfully remind the people who
responded with sentiment and pathos to this |
propagandistic spectacle that six million men,'
women, children and infants will never again
see one another, embrace one another or hear
one another's voices.
May we respectfully remind these people
that the prisoners of war whose joy they shared
are principally responsible for the six million
murdered. May we add this note: The parents
and wives who watched and waited at Fried-
land could have objected as a nation to the
murder of the six million. They did not object;
they participated in itwillingly and freneti-
cally.
There can be no excuse that they were down-
trodden-the victims, themselves, of Nazi op-
pression. Not even once, since the Nurenberg
trials, did a single German ever seriously at-
tempt to excuse his rape, murder and pillage
with this observation. History now knows that
the Germans could have told their Nazi leaders
they would not tolerate the extermination of
the Jews. History knows that, on one occasion
they successfully withstood a Hitler move Ger-
many found offensive.
That was when the Third Reich decided to
exterminate "Aryan" residents of aged homes
and the chronically ill in order to reduce Ger-
many s economic burden."
So that. ,f proof is still needed, there can be
G^ny,-n9.Kh* cu,P?biliy individual
German in the merciless slaughter of the six
SSS ,eT JS* gUlH ver assumed .hie
? S: fla8t week in the raUroad **5
"hercJe? ^^ Ue return of **
J*2 ,SUCh heL- ^ KarI Glauberg. hopped
SrU hi01" WUh 8prigh,1y 8,eP- Prof GlautSrq
had been responsible for the sterilixatioTof
hundreds of Jewish women a, Whwnz
NC T^eT WWe 8ubs^Y k.Ued by he
Nazis. There was no guestion of the professor's
denying his hand in this; he proudly adnSJd
his leadership in these experiments.7 "*
suit oi ?laubera ,old newsmen that a. a re-
me\hcL "P^Mnl. he had developed a
method of sterilization by simple injection
less^han^Lr *"* "" "W M f
will be able to deny mfSmimliAmZ i* jjj
APPROACH FALLS FLAT AT THE BEGINNING
The Jewish War Veterans, meeting here lor their fife.l
encampment, promised that Sen Smathers would dl?'
policy address.* I did not expect that he would and lam,
disappointed. But immediate past National I -.mmander L
greeted the conclusion of the Senator'- talk .,- If *!
\\ hen the Senator finished. Barr in ., public Matem*
Smathers take his remarks to the floor of the Senate in M
vance the cause of peace in the Near Easl Sen SmatheM
burst of enthusiastic applause that followed and I rianh]
what that meant at all. But I do know that the Mini total ofL
approach to peace in the Near Baal fell flat long before iuu|
Sen Smathers began by surveying the spiral of proaV
United States. He quoted figures to indicate the rapidly |
wealth of Florida and went on to a general survey of produ
consumption on the national scene With the exception of thel
plight, he said, the prosperous condition of the country cm
pected to continue "because it is not based on Federal em
In less than three years. Sen. Smathers observed, our govei
reduced Federal spending by some $3,000,000,000.
While this sounds plausible on its lace, it certainly nt
ficationat least to the point of saying that the Republican AtJ
tion has inspired the faith of big business and shaken the rot
national farm economy. This up-and-down cycle goes has
It would be lopsided politicking to feature the value of thel
ignore the danger of the other.

ATTACK AGAINST RUSSIA LOGICALLY ACCEPTABLE
No one can logically argue against anything Sen. Small
about the Near East. In the face of our national prospenty,|
cated that the threat of war in the Near Ka>t hangs "like,
us." His address came on the opening day of the Geneva cot]
conditions on the occasion of the first Geneva meeting
The moment of truth, he said, had arrived. While the I
have been talking co-existence, they are now selling arms I
According to Sen. Smathers. this followed the general coma
tern of aggression, subversion and appeasementeach in its |
context and at the proper time. "It would therefore be the I
folly," he observed, "to put our faith in the smiling faces of I
and Bulganin."
It is, of course, true that the Russians have been dangliad
illusion before us." And it would, of course, be an excellent;
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, as Sen. Smathers
take up the Near East issue with Russia during the course of*
conference. But the simple facts are these:
On the very first day of the conference, Mr Dulles den
that Moshe Sharett's urgent flight to Paris for discussion itj|
Four Foreign Ministers had been a failure. The West, an-
nounced, was not prepared to offer Israel any security gu** (
than the Tri-Partite Declaration now in forceabout as ton
effectual a piece of international double talk as can be found r
Ho also said that the United States would not Ik- prepared uh
an arms agreement with Israel to offset Egypt's present pu
the Soviet Union.

ARE WE REALLY AN HONORABLE PEOPLE?
Sen. Smathers' advice to Mr. Dulles was therefore
The Big Four Foreign Ministers had already come ?rePar'
over the unification of Germany, and it was anticipated war
tion would constitute the major portion of the GenJ*'**S
In this regard, Sen. Smathers virtually predicted tne w-j
conference. Just as the Russians are not to be tru^,i
East, he felt that they are not to be trusted in the matl" ,
cation of Germany. "We sit down with them at Ocncw^
cause we arc honorable peoplebecause we genuine!) ,
ate. But we must not retreat. We must not sell oui
anywhere." lluu0B
I suppose the "smaller peoples" was a vague au
Unfortunately. Israel has already been sold out Sir. v ^
ment on the first day of Geneva apart, the L.S a hg_
arming the Arab nations long before the Soviet *ai ^1
common knowledge. Indeed, while we have been ownjr .u
sian sale of munitions, our government has been
awayprincipally to Iraq. cmathers' *
Thus, the essential difficulty with Sen Sir.aw>* ,,
JWV Florida Day luncheon lay in the fact ,nat .^/fntiits'l

of responsibility for current Near hast t-,n*"J*
shoulders of the Soviet Union. They rightly wew >
the truth of the Senator's observation on commu.
they are now in operation in the Near East
But the United States is no less culpable o. ^ ,,*
Arab nations to adhere to the Armistice AR"*( uriel'^
Arab League leaders that the national in,,'Krl-hl(lfkade the"
nired and respected, by permitting Egypt to u*,
against Israeli shipping in the face of ,nte^djusn) aiej
global use of the canal, by nurturing Arab w ^ijpl
with only token reprimand, by officially lc*'nsU('r lDese afl
itself against this banditum and vandalism i
other reasonsour government is equally K"' urf_
This. Sen. Smathers neither stated nor imp""


WtfJJSW
^Jmisiifhrirti^w,
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tlers to the Editor Jwv Elects Kaminsky National Commander in Final Session
I Mr. Lw
Dtidu
Tw w him
and Synag' -,:r
C religion in the publk
. ievrih Floridian: nma "As I See If of Oct. 28. dis-
cussing the move of the State Supt
Uindl,n s article of Schools Thomas D ai| ^
pior,dian after_ I|bHng religious instruction into the
ahout thei ,)Iic schoo, system
Council
The principle of separation of
religion from the State is one of
,h,i t leree with ,he most imPortt pillars of the
p so sure thai v:n" American Constitution
" neop'-- '' wards. i
2 But if people are giv-; The move of Mr. Bailey, regard-
hi, thou collective con- less of how well his intentions are
motivated, is nothing else hut a
disguised attempt to bring religion
into our school system if not
through the front door then
through the back door.
Every liberally minded citizen
should take the most energetic
stand against any intention to prac-
Bart meth ol winning
pport DR. A
LEON KRONISH
leJeui-li Floridian:
|jj like to compliment Mr.
Ba tor the outright and
stand taken in his col-
[^"'bc reached and their
.. be roused and har-
', the cause of separation
and state It seemi to
Uphasis must he put not
jjjrR the people,
out to their
hut
besl
cm
in-
beliefs of American democracy.
Continued form Page 1 A
Kressinnar efforts to cut benefits
for World War II and Korean War
veterans.
'There seems to be an intense
effort." Kaminsky said, 'to cut
benefits to the veteran,
"I don't think Congress really
believes its right. It's a matter
of congressmen using the economy
theme to seek favor with their
constituents."
Kaminsky is married, but has
no children. In JWV work he serv-
ed three-terms as national deputy al Organization -- which suffered
judge advocate, national public re-! a stinging repudiation earlier in
itions director and a national vice the month from the American Le-
gion.
Top items on the JWV's week-
long convention at the DiLido ho-
tel were strong stands on the ex-
plosive Middle Eastern situation
and UNESCO, and unanimity in
proposals to have Congress study
the nation's internal security pro-
grams ana revise the McCarran
Walter immigration act.
The estimated 5,000 delegates
attending the convention unimous-
ly adopted a resolution praising
UNESCO the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultur-
commander.
frank Pact, Jr.
Community Chest to Kickoff Drive;
Frank Pace Will be Main Speaker
;
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am m\ "*"' B ^"^"^^^ '*
Mm \ W
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iZ.Spingarn, chairman, Beth David Men's Club blood
3r. Marcus B. Cirlin, head of Mt. Sinai hospital blood
[end Louis Rosenson. blood bank committee member,
I as Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader of
_vid, contributes a pint of blood to the annual blood
fcve held recently at Beth David. More than 75 pints of
Te donated when the hospital's mobile unit called at
ogogue.
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Continued form Pago 1 A
Hindi Meyer, co-sponsors of the i
Red Feather opening dinner, have
selected the Fontainebleau hotel
as the site of the 1956 opener.
A boss and de Hirsch Meyer are
lao erecting a building which will
house the Chest offices and 13 of
its 23 health, welfare and youth
organizations supported through
the once-a-year campaicn.
Frank Pace. Jr.. rormer Secre-
tary of the Army, and now exccti-
I tive vice president of General Dy-
| namics Corp.. will be featured
1 ipeaker at the dinner to which
(guests contributing SI.000 or more
' to the new Chest drive have been
! invited.
Wnilc only 43 years of age. Pace
| held key governmental positions
' prior to his entrance into private
business. He was director of the
Bureau of the Budget: chairman
! of the Defense Ministers Confer-
\ ence of the North Atlantic Treaty
i Organization; and delegate to
N'A'IO conferences in Canada and
Italy.
General Dynamics Corp.. which
Pace heads, is renowned for its
work on the first atomic powered
submarines, the "CSS Nautilus"
and tii" 'Sea Woli." His talk
before the opening dinner of the
Chest will be "The Atom in a
Changing World."
Lantaff said the Chest's Division
"A." Industry Division. Public
Employee Division. Professional
Division and the Miami Beach Com-'
munity Chest will campaign during
> November and early December.
The Metropolitan Division, made
: up of 10.000 women volunteers, is
scheduled to kickoff their drive
ion Sunday, Jan. 8. He said the
'goal for the new drive will be set
this week.
Rabbi's Contract Extended
Beth Jacob Congregation Wed-
' nesday revealed that tenure of
: office of spiritual leader Rabbi
iTibor Stern has been extended
through 1960. David Whitman.
I chairman of a testimonial banquet
i in honor of Rabbi Stern Feb. 19,
; announced that response for reser-
I vat ions "was heavy."
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to help your family in the management of your home in time of
personal trouble.
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... or need someone to maintain your home because of the
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Let's Honor Mayor
ABE ARONOYITZ
HONORARY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE CHAIRMAN
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith
MAYOR ARONOVITZ WILL BE HONORED WITH A SPECIAL CLASS
EVERY JEWISH CITIZEN OF GREATER MIAMI
is sincerely urged to till out the B'NAI B'RITH
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION below and thereby pay
tribute to a man who has served them and the com-
munity faithfully and sincerely for so many years.
MAIL TODAY-Remit $20.00 with enclosed blank to:
MAYOR ABE ARONOVITZ
c/o B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
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SHOLEM LODGE, B'NAI B'RITH, NO. 1024
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Pcge 6 A
*Jen1st Hark/ton
Brings Israel Ship
Into Port on Time
City of Miami Dock ;:
Mr*. Peggy Logan, cotillion in-
structor, will lead the new rotil
lion group which is being organ-
ized for boys and girls in the mv-
enth and eighth grades by the
A double delayin sailing time Town Branch of the Greater Miami
and clocking space -was to have, Jewish Community Center.
postponed until Friday at 3:301 Registration for the program is
p.m. a cocktail party iboard the B0W |)0jng takpn and wi|, providc
ss Tai.ii/. Israel freighter which I boys tnd girla an opportunity to
lso gained letter In tt> name |o;irn ,h(, latest dance steps, social
during the week graces and dance etiquette.
Originally aebeduled to dock Pwrenti will act as hosts during
two dayi earlier, the Tappui final the sessions which will run i
u was irheduled to arrive a1 tha period oi 14 alternate Sundav eve-
entrance to Government Col late ning$ from 7 to 9 p.m., beginning
Wednesday afternoon and to tic n,)V 13
up al the MacArthur Causewaj
Terminal Dock- Fridaj morn
But the <'Hv of Miami
Wednesday ca
cl i fa-
cilities, and the proud Israeli shin
lut h 'i e i n i Ik dull
Dan B Ru kin, a Trustee <>f b-
Bureau Names
New Librarian
A M. Broad, president of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, has announced the appointment
ci Shepaid Broad (left) and Leon J. Ell, (right] cs co-chairmen
ci the JNF dinner which will be qiven in honor of Mendel
Fiflher, national executive director of the Keren Kayemeth
I Yisroel. The dinner, which will take place on Sunday. Dec.
-!. at the DiLido hotel, will honor Fisher for his efforts in the
iSta of the important, life-givinq oiqanization which de-
v :tes itself primarily to the purchase of reclamation of land
Israel. Sidor Belarsky. world renowned interpreter of Jew-
:h and Israeli folk sonqs. will present a musical program.
playment of a part-time I;
brarian to the Central Jewish Li-
brary <.f tho Bureau of Jewish Kiln
reel md partner with Max Oro- cation was announced Wedm
vi!/ and other MiamiaiU in nu- hy Mis Joseph Duntov, chairman
mi-nils Israeli venture is t'. serve of the Bureau library committee
bo t at the cocktail party. Mrs Anna R sintow wjn ,ri ^
Purpose otilM part) is twofold charge of the library located ;:
to review brael'i economic prog- 135 NW 3rd ave. in the Bureau of
res. as Indicated by the maiden Jewish Education bldg
voyage of the Tappui from Haifa! The ,|b |s open weekdav<
^^"A^J.0^!!!^.^!^!"^ Mrs Sintow will.be available
on Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The
Central Jewish Library, with over
High
High Takes Stasid
On Sewcge Cssrs
; 'I f the 1 tj il I
all >>i the info
1 1 mi 1 rning the cit) 's new
age disposal
tern" Jame
Higl
1 1 nn --I'n '
1 11 didate, Grout
lid tl ek
High 1 xplainet
the actua
to wha'J
1 dis
al system 1
( ting tin
art foi-
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In June- 1953, Miami commit-
era voted to accept bidi on
jew a nds at an inten il
Of 4.3 percent on $11,000,000
\ th 1 t bonds and 4 32 percent
the remaining 119.000,000."
1 li revealed that -'ilwquent
' nds issued by the citj "have
I for U little as 2 4 and 2 5
; rcenl
' This bond issue at 4 percent
was so out of line that news-
era throughout the State dis-
sed i(u. matter," High said
move coal the taxpayers mil-
Oi dollars in this in-!.,
candidate charged
h Mid th'-it "as lOOO as the
.. u disposal plant goes into
in ever) fret hold-."- m the
1 will be as-e- ed an extra .1 ,1
t r each thousand dollars ol
ted value oi his propertj
This Will total S 1.36() .-}ti3 9t) m ex
tra taxes annually at the present
a eased value ol all Miami prop
after Homestead exemption
Orkin Service
School fo Open
This Week
Local Orkin office "ill get
chance to sec (he latest develop-
in the pest control field here
this week when more than v."> Orkin
men from lour branches will gath-
er here for the Orkin annual re-
il service school
These conferences, conducted bj
the technical department of the
Pfsl control organization, are de-
signed as a part of the continuous
ram carried on b) the
company
ong lli" more unusual items
for discussion will be a new elec-
tronic termite detector whereby
the footfalls of termites in an in-
fested structure can be heard even
whene there 1- no visible evidence.
The meeting will be held at the
Columbus hotel, and the agenda
Will include reports from the tech-
nical department on field research
projects.' Such projects arc con-
ducted continuously between Or-
kin. chemical manufacturers and
governmental agencies Participa-
tion discussions will feature the
important pest control an.I termite
control problem! in this area.
Samuel Gertner to Speak
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor of lit. Sinai Hospital, will be
guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of Miami Beach B'nai
B'nth Lodge on Tuesday noon.
N01 8. at the Dilido Hotel, an-
nounced Lodge president Michael
So.si.1 Gertner will speak on ""The
Hospital's Responsibilities to the
Community." Gersheo 11 Miller is
luncheon chairman.
6.000 volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish 1
and English, is the largest Jewish '
Guardians of Israel through
! the use of -hip-to-shore" tele-
phones from "a part of Israel."
The Tappuz. which is so new
that it took a cable from the vessel
to the Israel Bond office to dis library in the South.
cover its correct spelling, is bear-
nmenl Of Isracli-pro-' |Q VhVgenwaTcommunity.
duced merchandise for the local]___________
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Free circulation of books is open
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City
Christmas Views
Commission's
Progress Here
Randy Christmas. Miami City
Commissioner and candidate for
Mayor. Wednesday pointed out
"some of the many accomplish-
ments of the present commission.
"One of the most obvious ac-
complishments." Christmas said.
"is the $7,250,000 capital improve-
ment program undertaken by the
city m the past two years
"Included in that program are
a new police station, jail and court-
rooms, along with an International
Trade Mart now getting started on
the site of the old Miami Countrv
Club.
"Incidentally." the City Commis-
sioner said. "I am advocating
building a new golf course on Le-
Jeune rd."
Also on the present improve-
ment program are allocations for
street repairs, off-street parking
and parks and playgrounds. "These
things." he stated, "have all been
done without any new taxes."
"Cooperation with the county."
Christmas said, "is another aspect!
of the present city commission's
work that has reached a new high, j f
The city and county have worked
together on many common prob-
lems
"The youth and teenagers of the
city have not been neglected by
this administration 1 personally
sponsored supervised teenage
dances thai attracted 35.000 young
people laat summer And I am ad-
vocating a permanent Youth Ad-
rison Committee to help the youth
oi Miami with their problems."
Function of Social Service
At Clinic to be Explained
Wh the function- oi the
ocial 1 department at the
United Cerebral P j Clinic?
This question will be answt
Hondaj 1 ;it a meet-!
Ing of the Miami Women's tint.
1608 SW 1st (j hy Mr, Martha'
Koch bead of this department at'
P Clinic.
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Campaign strategy is discussed at a coffee held at the city
commission candidate's home, 599 NW 38th st., by Charles
F. Towle and the Mesdames Nate Goldy and Eli Lazar. He's
unning in Group 3.
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4, 1955
+JmlsHit>rHian
Lodge Membership Drive
Chaired by Mayor Abe Aronovitz
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& Miami area. Stolen
ft
.with the present; lodge this week announced its
r^mber-hm drive to; kickoff breakfast ami mobilization
[B--'h ""j^y, nPW members Sunday morning, Nov. 6. at the
Colony restaurant. 3800 Coral Way
Announcement was made this
week that Miami Mayor Abe Aron-
ovitz has accepted the post of hon-
i orary chairman of the drive Harry
Is. Schwartz, membership chairman,
-aid that all new member- "will
receive the personal proposal of
Mayor Aronovitz o.i ih
ship cards."
The Sunday affair is a breakfast,
Schwartz i I. "Gui w II
Our ov i is
l.ooo members i>\ 1986, 11 we
ml to discuss the possibility
of nai Ing our own building hei
shoiein lod^e officers haw been
i i cai .
Th
ident; Stanley I). Caidin, president-
elect; Robert J. Lewia and
ii Schwartz, vice pre idei \I
J aSHHH B.ciman, treasurer; Gilbert Sch-
wartz, correspond n i ecn .
Prank Jaffee. record etary.
Edward S. Klein, financial secre-
tary; Bernard Kohn. warder,; M.u
tin Stein, assistant warden; Mar-
vin Rauzin. monitor: Bernard Ty
tell, assistant monitor: Nathan
P
, Miami Circuit Courl
Raymond Nathan has
eel a member of
[otsrnittee en Inl .-national
uiiaiions of the American
Committee. Judge Na-
;^anac,ve member ; Rothstem. guardian; Leslie Kn,le
m Ln. r,( ATP is' man- assistan* Kuardian; Sam
Miami chaper ot AjU Frjedman ^j, Gordon. Dr. M.
Ico-chairmar. ol its com-
i relations committee and
identified with vari-
ar': and communal af-
Setting up plans fcr Sholem Lodge's mem-
bership campaign are seated (left to right)
Joseph Rayvis, Harry Schwartz and Stanley
Caidin. Standing (left to right) are Sanford
Swerdlin, Ben Temulus, Milton Sadoff, Nor-
man Lodin, Joseph Weishouse, Edward
Klem, Louis Gordon, Frank Jaffe and Robert
Lewison.
on I'ashruth
Ikv Men's Club
off breakfast Oct. 30 at Pumper-.for new members along with North
nik's. They will also participate iDade, Flamingo and Coral Gables
in the person-to-person campaign lodges.
issi n on the sub-
I Ku-hei Su| ion Bi3
Religious
will he the highlight of
I Dotting al North Shore
(hater's Men's Club on
D, :.' .Michel's res-
irman Ij I le.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitl
Titor, the panelists include
Bnckman. Kosher meat in-
of the City ol Miami Beach;
Shechet. r of the
Miami Jewish Federation
k on ([immunity Rash-
I pjMUher ol the Jewish A. Kleiman. Sidney Palmer, Ber-
K and R Jonah Kap- nard Liberman and Ben Temelcs.
ttaal leader ol Congrega- trustees.
le&eih Israel Past president have also been
at the 630 pm dinner will designated as captains in the mem-
bership drive. These include Jack
Abbott. Nathan Adelman. Sidney
Aronovitz. Marx Faber. Milton
Friedman, Louis Heiman. John
Kronenfekl. Isaac Levin. EL Albert
Pallot, Burnett Roth. Judge Sam
Silver. Elry Stone. Harold Turk.
PROTECTIVE LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Niuyt Aro..ovifi
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president Dr Sumner Co-
w-table Le nard Tobin |a
h president
irh Shore
>up Formed
ftosenstein. operator of
n Haven hotel, was nam-
*ient of the South Shore
wment Association in an or-
final im. the group
35 civic-minded South
Ron turned out for elec-
Jerome H. Weinkle. Judge William and the extra curricular activities.'
L. Pallot. Kdward S. Roth and Mar- such as athletics, dancing and mu-1
vin Rauzin. ; sic. There will also be displays of
To cope with the extra duties as \ science, art
a result of the mammoth drive.
Schwartz announced the addition
of these extra captains Wednes-
Beach LeJ^e
Drive Opens
Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will kick off its membership ^m- .;.......................
paign here at a breakfast Sunday
morning, Nov. (j. in the Algier
hotel
Membership chairman Irving
Sehat'/man Wednesday said that
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz has
been designated honorary chair-
man of the area wide drive. The '
campaign for new members will
extend through Dee. 15. he said.
Victory dinner for a'l lodges
here is scheduled ;it the L
Quarter Dec. 22. with Al Pallot as
chairman.
North Shore lodge held its kick-
Lear School Will
Hold Open House
I.ear School. 1010 Weal ave., Mi-
ami Beach, will hold "open house"
for five days during the week of
Nov. 6 in conjunction with Amer-
ican Education Week. Theme of
this years observance is "Your
Investment in America Your
Schools."
According to Mrs. Ma G. Lear,
school director, the open house
will give parents the opportunity
to view both the academic program
prov
d/y
announces
t h e
appointment
of
Two assemblies will be held dur-
ing the week. At one. junior stu-
dents will present a drama en-
titled "The Search of the Ages,"
while at the other, seniors will pre- j
officers and the picking Myers.' Leon'kapian' and all "offi sent "Teachers Are People Too."
AZA The lower school will offer "Han-
sel and Gretel.-'
day: Norman Lodin, Robert Bo-
linsky. George Levitt. Stanley ('.
The
*t to draw up a charter, .
f its rights on improve-
FU*section business con-
p a" '' elected were Dr.
nan, vice president;
.. i 'responding
n: and B. Kalsteln, re-
.. 'Lr,-:' rman Gin*
. David
II ,.
cers and members
chapters in Miami.
of all
named
roup will
public ,
cording'
al
.r the east
Jm>' he report-
' "w>ed to Post
Hi
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Lincoln^
C? ">ouneed w>rin.
rsi>
lerman, presi-
i Wednes-
lene'ymme,,, ,, M(.nr>. w
"ftmina,'i"n's oultand-
11 to.head up the mar-
*duej manage-
Mihon R. Mannheimer po* president ^f$*%$;
B'nai B'rith. is shown being prese"j *^a ^ pnd Lodge.
pin by Leo Sfinman. representing the Distnct^rand lox
-.vuui manage- pin dv loo owhhuuu. 'r*- t, ,__l^Uinn on
< the company. with lack Wilson, treasurer of the Lodge, looking on.
"" GEORGE BERNSTEIN
AS GENERAL AGENT
for Coral Gables and Vicinity
The establishment of this additional General
Agency in the Miami area enables Protective Life to
serve even'better the ever-increasing insurance needs
oi one of the nation's fastest growing areas.
Mr. Bernstein's success as a life insurance man and
his reputation for honesty and dedicated service make
him the ideal choice to continue our expansion pro-
gram. He is well qualified to advise you about your
life insurance problems and estate planning.
In addition to the usual types of life, term and en-
dowment policies. Mr. Bernstein is writing these
special forms of insurance: Children's Insurance.
Retirement Income. Educational Plans. Family Main-
tenance, Family Income, Mortgage Protection. Term to
Age 65. Business Insurance, and $10 PER THOUSAND
PER MONTH PERMANENT DISABILITY INCOME.
Mr. Bernstein will welcome the opportunity to con-
sult with you about your protection and security
problems and Will consider it a privilege to serve you.
His Office Is Located At:
2146 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. PHONE HI 6-0538
PROTECTIVE LIFE
rioiiCTivi on tuuoiNC
IIIMINGHAM. AlAtAMA



F=cre 8 A
+ l*utFU*kfc>n
Marry Sent
Drexel Will Vie
For Trustee Spot
Dr. Gustavo L. Drexel is n can
tc lor school trustee in ii-
5.
Drexel tin- week told rap
r- that he is "the best quali
Iicil of any ol the candidates !*
( -el have -pent 20 years in the
teaching field m Hade county .i ,i
' her and school principal "
''he 39-year-old hopeful is dtrec
it the Drexel Sthc>oi at if>:-s
rd., Miami Beach, ami i- .
late "i 'he Universit) of Mi-
He i- a member <>! M
, h Chamber <>i < ommerce, i"t
Southei i! i S ehi
ler memo* r < t Miami B
. Association and former al
c meml Miami Beach
Boani "i Realtors.
exel holds the PhD Noii hen \ Iniversil
Sonz Appointed
Agent for Co-op
Housinq in Isroel
Harry J. Sonz. realtor of 1534
Washington ave., Wedneadaj re-
vealed ih.it he baa been appointed
exclusive agent for the state of
Florida to sell apartments to Ktnr
idians who wish to settle In Israel.
Arrangements, have been made
with Shalom 1. Mirkin president
of American Israel Model Hous-
ing, Ltd for the sale of these
cooperative apartments.
Son/ said that he would receive
all information and particulars as
to price and location from Mirki
within the nexl SO davs I have
seen the pictures of this proper!,
and it is truly the tourist house for
luxun living in Israel In < I
plained.
Since Coming to Miami Peach in
1946. Sonz has ..parked man com
munity programs. He is presenth
a member of the hoard of Miami
Beach Chamber ol Commerce (and
president of the Chamhet s Mir
acle Club), Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association. Exchange Club,
Israel Zionist District. Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Sonz belongs to American Leg-
ion, Eixs, Hibiscus Ifasonk Lodge,
Mahi Shrine. Greater Miami Com-
mittee of Bonds tor Israel. Beach
d el Realtors, Greater Miami
M Federation He has arrang-
ed 99-year leases on Ulison hotel.
M iward Court apts and Gn
ipts Sale- have included Miljean
Hampton Court. Lighthouse
apts and Bella VisU apts
Son/ makes his home with his
wife, formerly Estelle Moss ol New
York, at 714 Bay dr. Miami
ch
President Itzhak Ben Zvi, of Israel, congratulates Shalom I.
-!.rkin, president of American Israel Model Housing Ltd., on
the luxury cooperative apartment "city" he is building in the
Jewish State.
Capital
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- "^ c.mpa;d
record ln civic activ.tieV
lernmentsl experience
I R-yman. a 35.yearK)ld ,
torney. lives with his wi(e
children at 1226 s\v m L
Ba ,lm"''-' <>f Miami |
uate. Rayman saw
Pacific during World WaTal
ing over five ye,-
Army Air Force.
Among Rayman's list*]
lights in civic activities-^
co-chairmanship of the ett_
consumers milk conunittei"
foughl against the State raift,
mission over high milk
which resulted in the comn
ments in the Guardians of Israel ivinR up Price ">*
N. tm reports b, M, Jf ffltiffftft
ier. city manager for the Devel- ami during the consolidate
1
Women's Division of State of Israel Bonds are (left to right)
Lf. Col. Dina Werth, Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs. Harry Koretzky and
Mrs. Harry PlatoH. Col. Werth spoke at a "Chen" brunch
at Mrs. Koretzky s home Sunday. Mrs. Weitz and Mrs. Platoff
are co-chairmen of "Chen" workers in Greater Miami.
Shared is Credited
With Geneva Coup
Continued form Pay* 1 A
for the kosher function at the
Fontainebleau.
Friedland reported "steadily
increasing interest in the dinner.
Mr Sharetl has attracted the at-
tention of the entire world, and
1 know my fellow citizens will
uant to pay the Prime Minister
the trihute he deserves for his
splendid efforts in behalf of Is
reel and of all Jewry every
where."
Reservations flowed into the
Israel Bond office at 1344 Waah
ingtOI] eve with daily enroll-
Parents to be Honored
Parents o| local students at the
i niversits oi Miami will !>< hon-
ored Thursday evening, Nov. to.
at Ilillel House on the U of M
campui Also united to the affair
are members <>i the faculty.
oPment Corporation for Israel.
Plans for a formal reception
for the Prime Minister and other
activities of the Trustees and
Guardians of Israel will be com-
pleted early next week as all of
Miami looks forward to its first
visit from an Israeli Prime Min-
ister.
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in the battle to end slave!
of Puerto Rican migrator;
workers in the South Dadei
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r Miami at a meeting Oct. 28 elected to
See the following: seated. Judge Raymond
han, president; standing (left to right)
chel Rosenthal, first vice president; Gil
bwartz, treasurer; Neil Schiff, third vice
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president; Julian Benjamin, executive secre-
tary; Robert Traurig. second vice president
Not in picture are Joseph Lipton. financial
secretary; and Paul Anton, secretary. New
officers will assume their duties at a dinner
meeting scheduled for Nov. 23.
ish Family Service Reveals New
iram of Placement in Private Homes
.ho Golden Age club Of the Miami
Beach GMJCC at 2:30 p.m., and on
Nov. 20. at 2:30 p.m.. he will talk
to the Golden Ae club of the
Town Branch. "I propose to ask
these groups to help me organiza-
tionally in the recruitment of pri-
another step forward in its ent type of service than that pro
nsion of services. Jewish Earn- vided through Instltutionalizatlori
Service thi- week announced she said that Jewish Family Sciv Vil,e residences for the older peo-
jrim of senior citizen place- ice is now prepared to offer private P'e for whom the Agency will ulti-
. in private residence home- residence care for the aged. Sey- Wtely provide service.' he reveal*
Bahette A I of the board of Jewish Family |f JFS. reported that he will be Dav'd p t'atsman. chairman of
Ix*. said that the population carrying the responsibility for this "*e committee on care for the
county i> increasing more
jiy than any other area in the
hed States. This increased
rth will Inevitably be reflect-
i the need for more social serv-
We must now hegin to plan
| this anticipated increase. A
t part of our social effort will
! to be in the field of assist
! to our senior citizens, since
Itaiow that because of our fav-!
[climatic conditions, our old-
ple arc moving into Florida
wter numbers than ever bc-
Ackernun explained that
"cannot anticipate all of the
f ways of meeting the problems
mior citizens We do know
I although we have one of the
l Jewish Homes for the Aged
pai. institutional care is often
I the solution lor those older
M who are physically able to
htiinthemselves in the commu-
and tish to do io."
a nj m beginning to meet
|notional and physical needs
per persons requiring a differ-
ir Students 1
| Field Trips
*r 25 students of the lower
-of the Lear School of Miami
*re treated to an inside
'of the Miami Beach Fire De-
em" this week.
Prt of their studies coin-
!ith Fire Prevention Week.
I Katalie Jordan, supervisor of
per school, joined with Cap
V*JMr Stokes oi Fire Station
II a explaining to the students
;soeson behind the doors of
'fighting station.
Wty, senior students of
["*! will make their first
"P of the current season
1 *B visit the Miami area's
attraction, the Seaquarium
K'ckenbackcr Causeway.
KWtfS &*
new private residence service for Wd of the JFS board, stated.
older people. As part of the dc- 'During his stay in a private resi-
velopmcnt of this service. Siegel deuce, the older person will re-
is enlisting the assistance of some ceivc the complete casework facili-
of the Jewish Golden Age groups ties of the Agency, so that his later
in the community. years will be more certain, secure
On Nov. 6. Siegel will address and happier."
"AT GANS
Complete and Dependable Title Service
MIAMI TITLE
iQkttactCo.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DAOE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Titlt Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Ce.
Capital, Surplus A Reserves
Ixceed $3,000,000
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
SAVE BY MAIL
STOP WISHING START HAVING 1
Open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL
SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW! Accounts
opened or funds added to accounts on or
before the 10th of November will earn
dividends from the first of November.
Save at
Dade Federal
jOSiPH M UPTON, PxM'dft ^
7 WUn fear SevMfS few 3% **** *f ****
rreere warn ." w %* (Current Rete)
All Office* Open One Evening Each
Week For Your Convenience.
No Need Te Com. Downtown: Three
trench Office. With Free Pork.rig!
Ai N f MUST AVINUl
MOO N W 36-h STRUT
I 901 S W S'H STRf I T
i 9 Nrt 'Ik AVENUi

sources Exceed 84 Million Dollars
Reserves Exceed 5 Million Dollars
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd sf.
Phone MO 1-8201
j
>r'W'W^WA^A/rfWAr'W<
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"O
"Miami's Leading
Serving the Jewish
MIAMI'S ONE
AND ONLY
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
CATERING
Exclusively
TO THE JEWISH
CUEMTE1E
Memorial Dealers'7
Community Since 1926
GUARANTEED
FINEST QUALITY
MONUMENTS
AT LOWEST PRICES
IN MIAMI !
GRAVE MARKERS
HEADSTONES
F00TST0NES
Only $35.00
Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save!
in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I
All Monuments Custom Made
3277 79 81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET
Next to Cornet at 33rd Avenue
HI 6-5921
PHONES: j hi 6-5922
o-
o-
a-
# ourtvous
Etiivient
MHgniiivd Serviev
NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME
formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
Newman
Funeral Director
1333 DADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-7677
\
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONORand DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
^
xx / s '
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director


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Civic Orchestra
S!at es Concert
Here Nov. 13
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
Will give a concert at Flamin "
Park on Sundaj evening, Nov. 13,
according t'> an announcement
Wednesday by Alfred A Lesser,
president.
Lesser laid thai B
kin will i c id '' r al the con
cert. "We expeoJ to have the
complimenl i i 62 players t"
r ni-,' of [hi
up' conci 11 'i the year,"
he ail Lesser explained thit the or-
i.; i- preparin {for
on Dec I;' In the M
1 i An litoi e is a
: possibility that Jan P
will be soloist."
Also scheduled by Miami !'
Civic Orchest concerl
Januan Mid February, 195G. in
Flar, ago Park, while
ade ball will be he
sored by the orchestra in prepar
' As School Trustee
Frid
aY. No
'embs, i
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
Model
j Associated With Al! Hospitals In G;8er m
one JE "5-3S40
Judge Scm I. Silver qoes over details of his campaign for
school trustee. List a \ attentively are (left to right) M.lton
Wei,-. form bl cf the school board far many years;
Leo Rose. Jr.. Mayor of Surfside; and Chariot Jacobson, noted
Miami artist and publicist. Silver stresses his support of the
recenily approved 53,500.000 bond issue for local schools.
bile masquer *.j a |*i# niversity "i Miami, Silver at-
eld Mar 3 ipon jlJYijr UI43hITIcS '""lr' Univeraitj "' HorMo for
estra in prepar two yean
\ sister <>! Silver's, Mrs. Beatrice
in a ten-month period next Mar is MD JL^Wl 5 .'3ICC Stepkin, is a teacher at Coral Way
Baby Die-Dec Diaper Seriy
0 R l AT t R MIAMfi Fllj,
An Exclusive laundry for Diapers cr.i hhfo
2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE
,ylour Satisfaction Our Pleamt"
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEAJ
3466 N. Miami Avenue
,,, Elernentao School andhai taught
in the Da-le count) system tor 23
Alfred Lesser
MIAMI INVESTIGATORS
SU'TE 207 PLAZA BUILDING
Day and Night Phonj 82-M78
Civil. Criminal and Insurance
Investigation!. Alexand*. Stall I
and Avery Wilhelm. Directors.
Sam I
graduate of Miami High Schoolj,n ine
ami the University of Miami, has >'""
Iannounced in Group 1 in the coun-1 Silver is active m committee (
lj wide election Nov. 8, i ir school work with both the Dade County
trustee and Florida Bar associaticau. He is
Silver tald a rally of his friends Mason, an Blk and a member of
and supporters was scheduled the Dade Miami chamber of Com-
Wednesday al the Robert Clayimerce
hotel. He was charter president and
Native ol Alabama, Silver mOV- served tWO turns as head of the
ad to Miami :si yean ago and has Coral Gables Jewish Center.
practiced law here for 18 years. as| Vls silver is a college graduate
a member of the firm of Pallet, and active in community affairs. I
Silver and Mulloy, in the Congress currently serving as district direc-l
b'rfS i tor of the Community Chest cam-
He resides at 707 Malaga avc.ipaign.
Coral Cables, with his wife and | Tho candidacy of Silver has re
two sons. Dennis, 11. and Wayne. 8 calved the open endorsement of
years old Dennis .s captain in the Mayor Abe Aronovitz. Miami:
safety patrol Q| West Laboratory M3Vfir Fred B. Hartnett. of Coral
School, (iables; Mayor Jack Crim. of West
A past president of the Cniver- Miami, Mayor Lee Rosa. Surfside;
sity of Miami law school alumni Judge Norman Lyons, North Miami
association. Sholem Lodge. B*nai Beach.
B nth. and of the B'nai Brith silver said. "The satisfaction of
Council of South Florida. Silver j trymg t0 give of my experience,
has been municipal judge of West | training and talent to the continu-
Miami for the past six years and ed betterment of our schools will
Is currently president of the Mu-. be ample reward for my service, if
n.cipal Judges Association of Dade 1i am privileged to serve as a school
un,y trustee" There is no compensa-
Prior to his legal training at the tion for the office.
Carpet Laying and Repairing
RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED
26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 3-1155 a 32 20C7
A1E HUG CLEANERS
FUPNITURE CLEANING
i
REBUILT BATTERIES
12 Mcnth Guarantee$7.50 up, exert
EXPERTS ON ST4RTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS
REASONABLE PRICES _
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
HS-YOS/r IIATTEIIY MFG.
B0 N.W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE ^^
Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy
Huntington Medical Buildipg
l IX FUST STREET MUM.. FLORIDA RHONE ,.,,
One of the Largest and Most Complete Prescription
Pharmacies in the World
V*. t, FOSSITT, tripriefr
Tharp and Hill
Named by NCCJ
Dr. C. Dorcn Tharp. dean of the
faculties and secretary of the Uni-
versity <.f Miami, was named
Protaatanl co chairman of the Flor->
ida region of the National Con-!
fereace ol Christians and Jaws, it
vai announced by James at Le
("ate board chairman.
Dr Tbaip, who baa served as
i for the past
luccaadi Cecil P, Holland m
this leadei ship poal
LeGata alao aanounoad that Dr.
Joe Hall ite superintendent
ol schools, Vould succeed Dr.
Tharp as aacratarj of the state
board
Dade
Monuments. Inc.
MU S.W. It* STRUT
rh.H, HI 4-2011
Catering Exclusively to the
Jewish Clientele
We ore one ef Miami's Lemiimm
Umitk Menemenf Oomltrt
MAINTENANCE, Incorporated
SASH and SCREEN SERVICE
ALIEN L PARHISH, Monafer
3427 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 3 5491
Hartleys
Ant Top Shop
The Best In Moterlcda and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avanue
Phone 3-8997
Phocj I
SALE OF NEW AND USED PORTABLE TYPEWI
AND ADDING MACHINES
American Typewriter Com|
minm j
223 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
EISOIAIIZED SERVICl
"AtT" "MAUKY" "NAT*
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wrecki Rebuilt ledy Repairs end Peietiei
Rhenes 3-M44. 2-4*52 140 S.W. H
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
SAVINOB AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ADRIAN McCUNE COMPANY'
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN MrCUNE, MA I
MARION C McCUNE, MA I
I IKS I I I DI l< \l IU ILDING
MIAMI
t si iblishcd l*M
IMEIFIIE'*
Jw$t 3 minute* from New*^
GrondCentrolTemwo'^1
v.nrtntlyneofK>HrlrHi'
shopping dis,,;c,,h.l!^
cantrolly looted. I W.
rooflorolleqipp<^*,,,.
binotion rub ond ^
eircvlorinfl lea V
mirror. 4-stoHon '<><> **"
,Ntw York* fr^r"
Near the Unid
lEXINGTOMAitAT**'1


u^mbei-4, 1955
Dead at 77;
nmunity Worker
*Je*islinnrJr&un
retired
died Monday.
ntisf who
from New
they have merged in Miami
ll :-
1 Ji* '
I ol the Far-
6 Kmanu-
mortal chapels in these two cities Both Rivei-Mrta i d i ..
Thi. association incorporates the m.....- Cha, ,T '"
facilities and experienced per on the Miami and Kami
nel of four -odern chepei, loot- i.h eotajg Re**
^Jn.M,.a.m,:.VV>,.H:l1ill'r..;in'1 'Established more than M
,,i bran(
1 ,i>n National YVorkers
% Itotheaon.
, kilt of
i Un i Dr.
[,,.' ,:'"<'1
t G Jewifli
lion.
rivor
include his wife, Shir-
g hrothars and lour sis-
WCrc held Wednesday
Ws Miami i hapel, with
[ in m Sinai Cemetery.
SID HARRIS
kill l'i. '"' "f
Harris T! i-alrl tl Vgency,
th. larger
Hi came
tgo and
I r, selma; a
lW brothers, Louu
|hi;.nd b sister. Mrs Ruth
gjrvl,, Kfi-i Mondaj In
m .... I CbaBeL
laic, with burial In New
JACOB MILLER
Ul, H>ron :.
w lii> I .i me 1 i -1c
,klyn, died I n I
-,. a ttt|j i I .nit ..w II, l
Cnlvcrt In iu.. i nishii i 1M
Mr*. Kititl MargoUa: a son.
tto rrandi tilldri n and MM
H, w.i- iiiciiil.ei
5 I., I Ion Bel v-
m at Ri\ ;; M.-mo-
blngt<>ii ave with
frrookl
SAMUEL ROSTHAL
i s\v ni "i ......me here
i Ni w York, died
garage
t in, ,, f ( he Ke) -
|jj \. n v..i k II,'
on, it, riaughti i
Ml- .l.i lie
and four
. M
with liur-
kl: Ni bo *
RS THEREZA HERTZ
a h*i i ,i me here
i N'i ,\ Vork, died
.
fcui Ufffl I .i i
irandi hllili i n Services
'' \! i |:
la I In Ml Ni ho i me-
Riverside, Beach Memorial Merge;
Four Locations to Service LocalArea
- Direclors of Riversi.le Memorial rael. Bath Jacob. Temoh
Chapel Wadneadai'announced that El, Miami Beach \'u
Pago 11 A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE i> HEREBY GIVEN tl
h liuj to
'i,I, r III. :
HORE i
'' I-..... Drive, Mian i Bei
a, int. :
. ui*
my, l l',i nla
1 I'M Wll.l.l ,
Mi'i. :n DsrRoAi
II w .;
LEGAL NOTICE
in
nt

20th ave, Miami Beach. .236 Wart, ago, the, have developed 7i
ington ave. and 1850 Alton rd.; lion tor dignity h. ,r ,
and Normandy Isle. 1250 Norman- of mJJSSU UtmS ftS
dy dr :,ni('' nd consideration," Bias-
Irving Blasberg, vice president org and Levine said,
of the new organization, is the According to the directors of
fourth generation of families en- Riverside, "Most people call River-
gaged in funeral direction. Born ; s'cle an indication of the trust
in New York, he moved here with and confidence they place in the
his family over 10 years ago, where i Integrity of this proud name."
he, together with Leonard A. Le-1 R'verside-Beach Memorial Chap-
vine, opened the Beach Memorial cls w'" continue to offer 24-hour
Chapel on Alton rd. He is well ambulance service, transhipping
known in business and philan- an(l complete funeral services of
thropic and social circles and ac very type,
live in local and community inter
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HI : I or N
-

i
nty, Floi Ida
MELVIN .;. h.hsti:. >.\i
,, i.n.ii.jf" T" W QOLDSTROM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ii l.i 'signed, desiring to enga
i.i-iii. i n.;. i i he fli m lous n 11
CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS, al
Centra ; ilvd., Mia ml, Int. ndc
itei -.,i.i ii..'in- with tip
: Court ..I i lade <" 111) l-"l
HENRY MOSh
henry Norton
A I i"i ii. ,..i A .
I 16 l'i- lyne
1! 4-11-IS
ests, including membership in Ma-
sonic Beach Hibiscus lodge, Miami
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Beach Elks, Knights of Pythias, JJJh J.HPJCial circuit, in and
Oddfellows and is a member of
Temple Kmanu-Kl and Beth Sim!
om.
Levine, chairman of the hoard
of Joseph Levine and Son, Inc., a I
firm founded 75 years ago. is a;
graduate of the University of'
Pennsylvania and its law school, a
Mason, past president of the Cold
en Slipper Square Club of Phila- n>". IRVIXO OTETNriARDT.'m Lin-
delphia, a member of the board of %X?\S*3$*SE?ii *.
the Albert Einstein Medical Cen- Heritor th< Circuit Court on or bet.....
ter of Philadelphia, member of '
B'nai B'rith. past president of the
Sol C. Kraus lodge of B'rith Sholom
and now a permanent member of
its board of directors, former Phil-
adelphia chairman of the City of
Hope and a member of its national
board of directors.
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. ,84597
anna KLEIN, Plaintiff,
LOUIS KLEIN, Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Mills KLEIN
30 i'. ace Btri 1 I
N.w lli iin-w Ick. New .1.1 s.-v
VOL' ARE HEREBY notified thai a
Bill -.f Complain! foi Divorce has
i" 11 flh a an Inn) 1 ou, and mi i
'><- b) : equfl .-.I to iei 1 ipj of
your \ii-w.i on the ulalnttff'ii attor-
thi Bill of 1 1111 i.ii 111 in be taken
-. .1 liv \ nil.
1 ITEI 1 thli :':i.1 day ..r Move 1
K II. LEATHERMAN,
' :. rk of the Clrcull Courl
B) .MAN COCRNOYER,
1 leputy < 3erk
11 i-11-i-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
kRRI,PA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401
rLEMEXM HCilBCER, Plaintiff,
HELEN 1: SCHEUER, Defi ndanl
r<): HELEN WHECER
los-11 7th \vt
K.n.'.st Hill.-, 1,.1. \,.w fork
^ mi are requii .-.i to >. rve .. copj ..f
your answer t.. the Bill ..f Complaint
:' L>lv...... on 1 h,- iilainlifl's attorn. )
and t.. me the orlarlnal answer In the
office "f Hi.- Clerk f the Circuit Court
>.n or before Ui<. 5th .las ..f December,
A I' i'.''.. ..Hi.'i w laa, ih* Kill ,.f Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore fii'.i
herein, will be taken as confeaaed bs
you.
Dated a| Miami, Kioii.ia. tins ni.-
.'itii day .if October, i:..".:.
K. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk .>f the circuit CoUI t.
I M'l,' .,llli!\-. I- I.,I Id '
lly: M. s. OREEN,
(Circuit t'.mii Heal) Deputy Clerk
MILTON A KBIEDMAN, Attv,
1021 Beybold liuii.linv
I1/4-11-1S-2S
In July, 1955. they opened the
*RN0LD KLIN
34 |vih st who inn,, hi'if
*<> 1(0 from Brookt) 11. died
Hi mi ictor and
r. ti ilaufhter,
.us..11 .. nil lu .. sc,n^p
4 Vfilllam Si 1 \ Ic'ea an
Hi Memorial
1 WuhiiiKlnii ;n. with l.urlal
Is oai .
|*BHAHAM LEVINSON
Ii.-.I 1 i. 1. 21.
Miami Kiin.i.il limn,. Ua
' "I urianc. mi nta.
MRS. ROSE PEIST
lied Oci :'.i Berv -
B.... h
L Washington .,\.
In Mt. \.i, ,-, .,, n
JACK JACOBSON
" 5* 'I' tl illed Oct 1.
'tin KnlRhli of IMIil.is. 1
nrt .1. wi-h Community 1
"1 a civil *rvl, era-
,"""!"- '' v""<-< .'l-hl
'I II.- Is aur-
aJK,* iwo s,.s.
B were Oct
ia u, 11 l ""' "i,h
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKKY GIVEN that
modern and completely air con- in. undenlxned, dealrlna to enaag.
ditionod chapel on Normandy Isle. J |?dj7ihciraiUWa "sltaml!
Abe Eisenberg, treasurer, has ,n,',i'i.i-'i,l i. ^ i. raid name with the
been active for over 15 years in clerk of the circuit Courl of bade
Miami Beach as treasurer of River-( NI8SON s PEARL
side Memorial Chapel. He is all' 1-11-18-13
member of Hibiscus Masonic lodge j
No. 275, Miami Beach Knights ofi
Pythias lodge No. 170, Miami
Beach Exchange club. Temple Is-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN thai
Hi,' undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Dctltloua name nf
JOSEPH ITl.l.KN. al 3810 N.W. l-t
St.. Miami, intend* to reglat.
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl ..I Dade County, Florida.
M \i IRICE COHEN
ii. i-n-is.;j
Newmaa-Oordon Puneral Home waa
in charge ..f local mrangements.
ARTHUR LICHTENSTEIN
*9. of T3X l.'.th si. who came here
l.i years ak.> from Allqulppa, Pa died
er, he Iciiv. hi- wif., Mar) Bervlces
were Oct ZO In Rlveralde-Beach Me-
morial I'liap. I. vV'aahlngton ave., with
i.in i.il in Mt Nebo Cemetery.
Is
B*Ep,rEENB"B
m .. n.-i.eiw
fceVWEINBERO
dl die I (i, |. it
PB YOUR OWN
^ISTMAS GIFTS!
ttuv infx"
I*umM
Spccidh
BO-IT-YOURSELF
(RAFT SHOP
N W "th AVE., MIAMI
Lot
ro^vey0u,'s
<" fkasure
!i ^ Vischi
n Estate in All
* Branches
l*1* "A 7tfc avinue
**4-44l
DANIEL OREENBERG
.v, ..I llffl S\V .Ill ttl Who .nu-
ll, i,. -i\ years ago Iran Baltimore,
i iit. is ii.- Iea\ ea his Ifi Bi
Hut; two sons. Aflici I anil Sidney:
and a daughter, Htm. Shirley Cohen.
Berrtcea and kmrial arere In Newark,
N i with Rlveralde-Beach Memorial
Chapel in charge >.f arrangements.
DAVID SILVERSTEIN
7^'. ..I' 111 ave., die I '
II,. came t" Mia << leven i cai
from Detroit, where he hail owned ..
mai bine ahop. Burvlvora In. Iu
Barak, ""' cl
tera. Bervlcea and burial r. in
Detroit, with Rlveralde-Heath Mi
Hal Chapel, Wartlngton ave In
charge of ai rangen
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi uBderalgned, desiring to engage In
inder Ihe fictitious name ..i
MIAMI DANCE CENTER, al 700 S \\
Kth Street, Miami. Intends to register
name Ith Ihe "i. i k .>f the Clr-
, uti Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARVEY LEE
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorne) f"i Applicant
10 i I .in, ..in Road
11 I-U-18-S3
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ne. 30122-A
RE E8TATE !
s M'l. MINKKOFF, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is- herebj glvi n thai I have
I led in. final report and petition ror
Final i'is, barge as Administrator ol
,1,. estal..... sail MINMCprF. de-
.,,. nnd thai on Ihe 5th day of
i hcr, ;:.,,. will apply t" the Hon-
,,,i,i, fount) Judges ol Dad. i.ount>.
Florida, for approval "f aald final re-
,., and for final dla. barge aa Ad-
., mistral.....f ihe Estate ol SA1 i.
MINSK" -ll di' eased.
t iit 27th daj of O. tober, ';,.,,
EMANCEL s MIN8KOFF
MYERS, HEIMAN d KAPLAN
I !' Estate
II 1-11-18 23 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl 'I Hi: is HEREBY GIVEN that
Mn undersigned, desiring to engj
buslm ind the fictitious nami nf
K. C. PACKAGE STORE, at is N.W.
Isl Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends
lo reglstei s.i i.i name with the I "lei k
. i ii nil .'.iiit of Dade County,
I- I.H iila.
CHARLES M. Kol.UN
MARK SILVERSTEIN, Atty.
120 I.m ..In Road, Miami Beach, Kla.
10 2s 11 1-11-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184283
IK.MA MITCHELL, Plaintiff
vs,
NATHAN MITCHELL, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|. i NATHAN MITCHELL
X'.l'.'i Perry Avenue -Apt. 8-F
Bronx 87, New York
YOU, NATHAN MITCHELL, are
i.'i|iiire>l i.. s. i\.- a co|.\ nf your An-
swer to the Bill of Complain) for
Divorce on the Plaintiffs attorney,
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, ESQ., One
I.in...In Road Bldg., Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk ..f Ihe aln.\e Curt
on or before the 4th day of Decem-
ber, 1955, .a Complaint will be taken
a- confess* d,
Dated this Mtn day f October,
1 ::....
B, B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By It. H. KICK. .115.
(Seal) Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ, BSg
One Lincoln Road Bldg.
m a ml i ... h, Florida
11 l-ll-ls
GIFFEE1
INDUSTRIES. INC.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
SUB-CONTRACTOR- SPECIALIST
Sheet metal fabrication & installation
Erection structural steel-gypsum roof decks
Roofing-composition, asphalt, pitch 4 tile
Vendor, commercial & industrial building supplies
Industrial, mechanical utility piping
Cold storage plants & industrial .nsulation
Equipment-process engineering & design
Solar water heating mctrical boosters
FOR 2-5 YEARS
FREE ESTIMATES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deab'ing t*. engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE yacht BAR, al I8T1 N W 17th
Avenue, Intend to register sai.i name
with the Clerk of Ihe circuit Courl of
I lad. < '.uiiil>. i-1..i Ida
WILLIAM H AVERY
RI.EANOR \l WKUV
PACL ANELLl
ki:s.-i,i:k AND >;m:>
. Applicants
i;s.' \v. hiaglei si.
i,i 28 ii (-ii-is
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33927-A
RE: KSTATK OF
DAVID MEYER I '
NOTICF OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj given that I have
:, ,i :, t final n poi i and petition ror
Discharge of Executor "f the
, (ate of BAV1D MEYER, da
and that mi Ho- 28th da) ol Nov.
u,ii apply lo th.- Honorable
FRANK HOWLING, Count) -in.
c.iiiiiy. Florida, for approval ..f
;,,..; i. I'.a i and i..i final
.'h.n. as Kxei itoi of the Batati of
n \\iii MEYKR, d<
This 17th daj ..f ictober, l!>S...
|.\\ID iiikas, Executoi
Aii,,i in \ for Exe. utor
OKOKGE CHBRTKOF
, i. mpla Bldg Miami II, Florida
1018 H 1-11-18___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME- LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,i,.. i. | .i desiring to engage In
inder the fictitious name ..f
ACE-HY SIGN COMPANY al 1107 N
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida. In-
l.-nl- to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade
''oUI"y' n fl. H. BASS
BERNARD HCTNKIt. Esq.
4.is oiyinpla Bldg,. Miami. Florida
A||:. ISS
ll 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. IS HEREBY GIVEN
t o e 11 -:..
i he i i.i ii ious na i
THE TRAVEL BHl tl', al 258
i Kt., M i.i ml, I lor I da, In)
' with the
..f the 'ircull i 'oui i of l iade '>
da.
RALPH ROBBIN -
MEYER, WEISS. Rt)SEN .v- Ri
i i ill i
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, I
11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
th.- undersigned, desiring t<> engag
business under the fictitious nai
SWEBTWATBR DAK. al 160
lusiii Avenue, Sweetwater, Inten.
rrglstei aid name with the Cler if
the Circuit Court of Dade Co
Florida.
REN vn> K K.N..I .
KESSLER .v OARS
Attorneys for Appllcanl
1782 \v. Flaglei St.
ll 1-11-18-85
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
th.- undersigned, desiring to ewr
liusinesD iin.lei ihe flelilinus mi
KILVER DTtL'OB, al letWO N.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami. Dade County,
Intend to register said name wit]
Clerk "f Ihe Circuit Court of
County, Florida
DAVID SILVER
ZKI.DA SILVER
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
r.:.o Beybold Bldg.
ii 1-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HtCREHY GIVEN
the nnd. r.-igned, desiring t.> engag
business under Ihe fictltloiis nan
NORMAN KLEIN INTERIORS.
TP, llsi St Miami Beach. I
intends to register said name with I
i Tei 1; ..f i hi' 'ii. nil Court .,f I
County Florida
NORMAN KLEIN ITERIORS, INC
SHAPIRO AND FRIED
\ 11... nej for Applli ant
420 Uncoln lload
ll l-ll-is-:'",
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174i;5
FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff.
vs.
MILDRED DILl.AKD WALLACE
WRIGHT, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRF.D DILl.AKD
WALLACE WRIHHT
(address unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that BID of Complain! for Dlvo
has been filed against yog and you
arc required i" file your answer In
iii. i uric .,f the 'lerk ..f the Cl
Court, Dade C.unly. Florida, and a
copy of your answer on the PlaintlTs
attorney, JOSEPH ROSENKRANTZ.
ESQ., al line Lincoln Uoad. M
Roach, Florida on "i before the Ind
daj of December, 1953 If you fs
,i,, sl, .i Decree Pro Confeeao will be
, ni. .I against you
Hon.- and ordered this 1st da) n"
November, IM*.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Clerk
B) K H. KICK. JR.
(Beat) Deputy CJ<
ll 1-11-18-23 ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni 'II' K is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, dealrlna to encag* in
-. under the fictitious nan
lilFT P. \/a y K. at I27M Blm
Blvd., Miami. Florida, intends to
latei -. Id i am.' with the Clerk ol
|| Court of Dade County. Fl..
Wit I.I AM Fa IN I
GILBERT YOUNG
Attorneyi foi William Boxer
10/18 n 1-71-18_____________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1812JS
PAUL W. TURNER, Plain!
\ -.
LLE TURNER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ESTELLE TURNER
ideitce 1111K11
You are hereby notified thai a Blu
of "omi lain! for Dlvo
tiled Rgalnsl \ OU, and 1 OU I
, i to si py of youi V' w
i'i, adina to the Bill of Complain
ih. i.i.. nii'fs attorney, and fill
original Anawer or Pleading In
of the Clerk of the Clrcull I
on .a before the Ilnd day ofNov<
i r, 1833 !f you fall to do
incut by default will be lak. n a|
yon for Ihe relief demanded In
Bill ol Complsflnt.
This notice shall be published on-e
week for four consecutive
In THE JEW isii FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED al Mia
da, this Hth day of Oi tobi r, A D,
F ll LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court.
1....io '..mux. I- lorlila
i:> R. II RICE, JR ,
ni.. .it Court Se ill Deput) Clerg
MELV1N I. MtTROFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
S7 Lincoln ltd Miami I'.e.nh. Ha.
10 11-18 11/4-11________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engai
l.nsines und, i the fictitious nan
FT. \MlNi;.. .'l.i K ai P O Box
: 11. a Ii In. Fla., Intends to
,.ii,l name with the Clerk. .'
Cii, nil Conn of Dad.- Counly. Flo
DAVID S. flOLDFIN I-
M -'1--'S 11/4-11


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H J A
Mr. and *** R<,^, **aW*ti went to Beth-
lehem! Pa. and Newton, N.J., to visit relatives
From there, they traveled South (or a stop over
in Washington. .
In Washington, Richard received the Elijah
Watt Sells gold medal for having attained the
-idlest score from among 12,000 candidates
the nation who took the last CPA exam. .
extremely proud of him as he accepted the award
>'wab In(. American Institute of Accountants. The son
hST M T. Horwich, Oak Park. 111., he's a graduate of the
if Miami and was formerly a staff auditor with Callahan
Ifn Miami. In addition to being a qualified accountant,
V 'member of the Bar of the District of Columbia, Florida
her of the Miami Accounting Society. He's
g, anf) a mem
wiated with the law firm here of Dubbin. Blatt and
L"i telling friends that she and Richard are now getting
"move into their new home at 731 San Juan dr., Coral
[fte-s the daughter of the Jack Pallott, Miami. The couple's
nth-old Mitchell Alan.
,nt Eiwnhower has acknowledged a gift of personal re-
ijnd a letter ol good wishes for his recovery from Cantor
Philip Brummer, of Temple Emanu-El.
eledgment came in the form of a letter of thanks from
ent. who said that he particularly enjoyed the excerpts
..to given by Cantor Brummer. .
[tat, of Chicago, relative of the Brummers, was a personal
Ibodyguard of Mr. Eisenhower during his 58,000-milc prc-
[tour back in 1952.
Li Staff Notes: Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Virgin were off to
[this week to attend a Trauma meeting, as well as a gather-
! American College of Surgeons. .
[lo the Windy City for similar reasons was Dr. Rudolph
Kith him went wife Florence. Their Nautilus dr. home and
they love so much will be strangely silent until their
[back from New Orleans and a convention of the Amer-
t Association are Drs. Philip Samet, S. Charles Worbtow
Kuotl. .
fing Coals To Newcastle Dept.: Mt. Sinai physicians were
i their rounds when they bumped into Dr. Mayor B. Marks
Id. He's on the sick-list now.
ited in November at their Pine Tree dr. home are Nancy
HGr*n. Although the couple have a Fifth ave., New
rtment, they -pent most of the summer on their Connec-
t -
iJrwnw are Maying on to repair damage-to the -house
inundated during the recent floods near Darien and
'and Bob will May in Miami Beach for about a week to
rhome and then return North until later in the season.
vacation saw many Miamiahs take the open read to
tindthen that magic trip to the continent. A steady trav-
ktt route tin- year has been Samuel FriedUnd, chairman
irdof Food Kair Stores. .
I is now that Sam and Hatti are off v. t KM ay' flying
flomJon. Rome and Paris.
Beach\ publicity man Hank Meyer is amon? the four
softhe I'M Symphony Club. So he, Mrs. Mario Volpo, Mrs.
ttwhiw and Mrs. Philip Mallory were honored last week
on m the Columbus hotel. .
>*ere musical pins for the ladies and a pair of musical cuff
Hank, who is mighty happy about it because collecting
(has been his hobby for a long time. .
'.with the gift to Hank came a certificate signed by UK
Ml of the I 'diversity of Miami Symphony Club: Mr.
IWKon, president of the organiration, was unable to at-
* Presentation.
pBAshsvtlle. N.C.. now and won't be back until sometime
tovember But daughter Frankie was on hand busily encour-
"ttoto join the club. .
in this busy job was Mrs. Charles Geldstoin. The
* members made Pat very Happy.
"hlborg.of Miami Beach, will be associated with Tyrone
ff. Bradway play, "The Guest Room." .
" informing friends that although the play is a dramatic
"vrono will have the opportunity of singing several
man about town these days is Joe Wiesner. of DiLido
'beautiful and unusual purse accessories are featured on
w cover of 'House and Garden." .
Uy ll Proud of the fact that his accessories arc.
ngnt her in our city.
4Mfi,W.uWefk Dusin* trip to New York is Mrs. Bernard
,2* Alton rd .
Mh!.,Ie"oted Publicity woman, who has been doing top
1 "eld fr a long time.
,'*** < C
'oewlh,K,a,,Mu'v Dr- and *> MIHon Lesser are the par
W Mol,' on the st" Sinai '
*t at ,k Marwin Cossets announce the arrival of
, 'cca a proud grandmother again *
wkS^ (Lr,ehralion for Dr- ** W*rle# Ed#l"
-ie lCh!rl',M' 161 Jefferson ave. .
ID*;*'",;marr>ed at the Saxony in 1M. now have two
to i Su**n-
Chicago lKe h"PPy occ,lsion ws W mother. Mrs. Anna
il/l
oman s
"World
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Friday. November 4, 1955
Section B
Approving smiles by Mrs. William H. Lee,
Mrs. Edward Kanter and Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz greet the completed charter of the
Albert Einstein group of the Greater Miami
chapter oi Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America. Mrs. Lee is chapter
coordinator for the new Hadassah group,
which is headed by Mrs. Kanter, president
and Mrs. Schwartz, first vice president and
membership chairman.
Area Determination Builds New Albert Einstein Group
An expanding community in the North Dade
area has moved to meet its women's organizational
needs. A new Hadassah group was recently formed
in North Miami Beach following a series of meet-
ings and social functions presented by ladies there.
The new group is named after one of the greatest
scientist-philosophers in world history anoKa Jew
whose identification with the State of Israel brought
him an offer of the Presidency on the death of Dr.
Chain Weizmannthe late Prof. Albert Einstein.
One of the first women in the area to recognize
the need for a Hadassah group in North Miami
Beach was Mrs. Simon Lipton. of 1125 NE 87th st.
Way back in June, she called Mrs. William H. Lee.
coordinator of the Greater Miami chapter, to discuss
the possibility of forming such a group. These two
ladies then met with Mrs. Edward Kanter, 221 NE
104th st., Miami Shores, and Mrs. Albert Feldman,
820 NE 139th st.
The result was two teasone at the home of Mrs.
Kanter and the other at the home of Mrs. J. Bur-
ton Keyes. 12550 Palua rd. And on June SI. the Al-
bert Einstein group of Hadassah was granted a
charter. The group didn't have its first membership
affair until Oct. 17. when 22 paid-up ladies partici-
pated in a function at the home of Mrs. Murray Ap-
felbaum, 1150 NE 129th st On that day. the Albert
FiiVstein group more than doubled its membership
to 53 women.
The Hadassah spirit of cooperation wr.s amplv
demonstrated on that occasion. Members of the
Weriorah group put on a skit, and Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, past president of the Greater Miami chapter
and past regional president, acted as installing offi-
cer for the following:
The Mesdames Kanter. president; Gerald Sch-
wartz. 925 NE 160th st.. vice president; Lipton, vice
president; Jules Werner. 1005 NE 169th ter.. treas-
urer; David Collins, 712 NE 72nd st.. financial sec-
retary; Albert Feldman. 820 NE 139th st., cor-
responding secretary: and Leslie Bukstel, 1055 NW
128th ter., parliamentarian.
Chairmen appointed at the Albert Einstein group's
first membership function were the Mcsdamc -
Lawrence Kresne, 605 NE 140th st., publicity; Jack
SchiUinger, 5225 NE 2nd ct., sponsor; Arthur Wil-
Continuod en Page 5 B
Workshops Accelerate Plans for Women's Division Function
A series of1 workshop meetings
will accelerate plans for the Wom-
en's Division second annual edu-
cational conference to be held on
Nov. 30.
Nearly a score of meetings have
been scheduled in the offices of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion by committee chairmen plan-
ning the county wide program ex-
pected to attract nearly 1.000 worn
en in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau hotel.
According to Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. chairman of the year-round
Women's Division, reservations by
organizations, groups and individ-
uals are now being accepted.
More than 50 cooperating or-
ganizations and part icipating
groups will take part in the con-
ference which is being planned in
an effort to familiarize the wom-
en with Jewish community life "as
a living legend" and indicate how
they, as individuals, can better
serve their organization, their
community and their people.
Co-chairmen of the attendance
and reservation committee, Mrs.
Murray Shaw and Mrs. Samuel
Marks, will meet with their group
on Nov. 14 in the Federation board
room.
Arrangements committee, head-
ed by Mrs. Arthur Burrell, will
meet Nov. 15, and the program
co-ordinating committee, directed
by Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, will meet
on the following day.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman of
the hostess committee, has called
a session of her group Thursday
Nov. 17, at the Saxony hotel. Fol-
low-up meetings of these commit-
tees will be held as follows: reser-
vations and attendance, Nov. 21;
program and co-ordinating, Nov.
22; arrangements, Nov. 22.
Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin will
preside at the all-day function as
chairman of the Nov. 30 meeting.



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Add a touch of sweetness to beans with golden chunks of
pineapple.
Veg
letarian Baked Beans Promise
Excellent Eating Anytime, Anywhere
New Englandorv have long rifteei Mushrooms also team well with
^SutZS'JftSm '......."'sau^'
piled up fans bj the thousands
one of the best selling beana i-
Meal thoroughly, Makps 3 to
servings.
For milchig meals, here arc two!
treats baked beans, dairy style
which combines beana, thick sour
cream and grated sharp efc
The oilier is baked bean goulash
made with condensed cream of
tomato soup, alao koahar product.
Baked Beans, Dairy Style
llelna \>K<-iiirli i Po ita s.iu..
lip thli k BOUI I KM
I ted I .
Meat oven to MO" (moderate).
Combine beans, sour cream, and 1
cup cheese Pour into l'-,i-qt. cas-
serole Sprinkle remaining '_ cup
cheese over top of beans. Bake at
350 for 40 minutes or until beans
are hot and cheese is melted.
Makes 6 servings
For 3: Use half of each ingredi-
ent. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes
row"9ster, f0 jja!
Yongstcrs of p .
'^schoo,0^^
, 8ram N**Z
01 the group
ave.
Compare
TtTUI
4f
that packed in rich red tomato
sauce. It's a vegetarian bean, and
the 1 proval
i the i nion oi Orthodox Jewish
Congregations ol America
iusl as u com< from the
it's a taste-l I that's really
tops; but for variation os> flavor try
the-e recipes below
Fur a hearty meatless main dish
that goes well with a big .
salad and perhaps another
vegetable, try this Colonial Caaser
"le Whole kernel corn is combin-
ed with the beans, and onion and
tomato ketchup are added as flavor
boosters.
Colonial Casserole
til at < Helna Vocotarlan
>' -in- in Tomato s., ..-.-
' i ip whole k.tn. i m n, drained
lOppoO ..Ili-.TI
H K< ll hU|.
I
Heat oven to 400 (moderately
- cup* -'it .| mu*h nom>
- '-I,,:' i
I ,. i
Saute' mushrooms and onion in
shortening in ^kiiiot until llghtlj
browned. Add beans; heat thor
oughly
slej, Makes 3 to 4 servings.
Temple Israel Women
Schedule Membership Tea
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
t.arnish with chopped par uive a membership tea for old and
new members Monday afternoon.
No* 7. in the new auditorium at
Add a touch of sweetness to your. 13~ Ml 19th at
beans with golden chunks of pine
i'. oi i iii bnm uiw mum m-
Lr..|i. n'- Haiti .i' Mime i ,iii| >-! atnl i-
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Baked Bean Goulash
1, rup minced onloa
' cup 11 ll pepper
'. Clip nun. > il i I.
(table imi t.i.lng
', lenapoon aall
l'..-li pop
I ran < -"' ^ I II, Ins Vegetarian
I:. ;,n- In Tomato Shiii,-
n Helm POMfmaM I'rr.iiii ..f .
Torn it.i Boop, undllut. .1
In large skillet saute' onion,
Kreen pepper and celery in short- [ of the organization.
ening until lightly browned and i l_ ------- -^ .
tender Add remaining ingredients been -ah^al
and heat thoroughly. Makes 4! servings. and educafidrt and a member
of the ceritrar executive com-
.mittee and cenfral board of the
World ORT Union.
The election of Mrs. Victor Se-
gal as national president of
Women's American ORT was
announced Oct. 19 a3 the or-
ganisation closed its 13th bien-
nial convoatton-In New York.
Mrs. Segal.mho hves in Phila-
delphia.- harHiiBryed as presi-
dent of the Philadelphia region
She also
vice presi-
tSr^
then CflWP
TltUl
asttf*i
apple Hawaiian Baked Beans it -
called.
Hawaiian Baked Beans
i tu iic oa i ii. ns \. retartan
m in Tomato Baawe .
aimed pineapple, ut Into
plot -
1 '-'I'l'-i.....n pineapple aynjp
. iahlKpoona in.-in brown auarar
i '.'-ii aroaaa i low
Heat oven to 375 (moderately
hot). Combine all ingredients in
1-qt. casserole Bake at 375' for
30 minutes or until hot. Makes 3
: to 4 servings.
This recipe may be
Mrs. Louis Gillman. chairman of
the membership committee, is
planning the affair. Mrs. Miriam
Kobley. Sisterhood president, will
welcome newcomers
GuorontetiJ Ki
Rabbi Jacob
hot). Combine all ingredients doubled by using > teaspoon
Pour into 9' x7 x2 casserole Bake ground eloves and doubling other
mcnidu.tit.
at 400 for 30 minutes Makes 4
servings.
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ALTERNATE METHOD: Com-i
bine all ingredients in saucepan
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rei' Always a Thrilling Treat
Family Wants That Extra Tidbit
LEAH LEONARD
treat t<> have on
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nous
"tidbits that can be pre
served attractively,
f'rom -rozhinkes mit
P Je Sitiona) holiday
Following are a number
vou'll *nJy serv,n8-
rm to prepare, too.
' Fruit Square*
Kttf i
g- ,,.
taut or nlmond
ngc Juice
Kin lemoji ..I
i ingredient
tightly for
VMIK
lie Caught by
Company;
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^vou happen to be maid-
it be helple-> when im-
j'.company' arrives one of
t afternoonv That is. if
Ton hand in your refrig-
j( basis for a 'cooler" to
|ine about' We call it:
lit Coffee Punch
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i mint
[.
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: is the instant coffe or
If. Let coo! Keep this
|in the Kfrigerator for use
When readj to serve,
cube- in tall glasses
i$e chilled cot lee mix-
Bi "milk, light cream or
Aim nulk (if you're
[ the caloric- Pour into
full Add
led water and a little
Mb ;i Ion : handled
r.tockV,: I it zipper,
W) u{ whipped cream
fc*Flh ii i or mint.
approxi-
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measuring. Put through food chop-
per, using fine blade, all ingredi-
ents except fruit juice. Work in
the fruit juice a little at a time.
If a sweeter combination is desired,
add a little sugar to taste when
working in the juice to make a
thick paste. Flatten on a well
sugared board to > inch thickness
and cut into i or 1VI inch squares
or diamond shapes. Or, cut out
little rounds with a thimble. Let
stand overnight on the board to
dry. Top with a little bit of orange
frosting and press in a sliver of
blanched almond, a bit of candied
cherry or a little strip of colored
candied fruit peel.

Orange Frosting
1 up confectioner s sug: 1 teaspoon* Betted lnitt.r or
vegetable shortening
2 tablespoons orange Juice
A little grated orange rind
: drops of orange or yellow
vegetuhle coloring
Combine with a fork to make a
f
r*& stint ,.
*P of a double boiler,
i***'. combine the semi-
PWolate bits, warm water,
rmty and ,alt and cinna-
P'lill Mnooth then let cool
"nwiute5. Beat until stiff
P *nites, adding
'4 CUp
dually till well combined
I.La?d fold this int0 the
UMcalate mixture. Com-
T*y cream, instant cof-
1 beal t'H Miff, using the
n'wr or rotary hand
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smooth mixture of spreading con-
sistency for the larger cuts, then
add more confectioners' sugar and
stir till smooth for a thicker con-
sistency to be used for topping
m the shape of a tiny ball. Press
in the nut or other garnish before
the frosting hardens.

Pecen Balls
' lb. butter
i teaspoon vanilla
i < up lifted all-purpose flour
'. teaspoon uii
' I Men.....di granulated sugar
Vi sup oonfecUoners' racar
Cream butter and vanilla till
blended. Combine sifted flour,
salt, granulated sugar and chopped
pecans. Blend with the creamed
mixture till a compact ball is form-
ed. Roll small bits between palms
of your hands size may be like
marbles or larger. Bake on an un-
greased cookie sheet 15 minutes
at 350. Have a paper bag handy
and in it place the confectioners'
sugar. Place the baked balls in
bag a few at a time while hot from
the oven and shake gently to coat
lightly. Yields 24 to 36 balls, de-
pending on size.
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+Jemst>ncr*fc*r
Frid
laY- No,
Israel Doesn't Fellow Eye-for-Eye
Policy Says Chen Leader Col. Werth
Members <>f tha ,,,vi" '"' Bch hii, for-lh'> col
tan i the "'''' Miami Com- ai the Spoors of Israel tea Tlmr-
mlti''e ft* StatM '! Israel Ban*. d> aftfernoon at the horn* or
unm-r lh. l*a^HlliP >f Mi* Montr M* Iodore Mecht.
<*li puttie* forward fh* e*k> Mrs <;d>le and Mrsi, Farber
in their sales effort- for the Prime pinned the 1955 sponsor-, those
Minister Mo-he Sharttl Dinner of women who have purchased a mini
I State Nov 16 mum of $10,000 in Israel Bond-.
I I '*. ..j^i fmm n Col *** Hecht. Mrs. Jack Cooper. Mr
, ,>,:;':.," s.,;; a' zLJr <><> > > m
Officers of Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, are
Heft to right) Mrs. Max Davis, vice president and chairman
c: the day. Mrs. Abe Swartz, president, Mrs. Herman Stern,
vice president and program chairman.
Mass Initiation of B'nai B'rith Chapter
Highlight of the paid-up membership brunch li
M ami Beach chapter, B'nai B'nth Women, was the mass initiation oi
membari conducted bj Mrs. Mai Davis, memher-h. .nan.
i presented ever) new member with i gold MeBorah pin.
Candlelighting ceremonj was presented b) pasl presidents tin
' e SwartX is current pre-ident
tting was the Schereraade room at the Algiers hotel Members
ticipated in the skit entitled "Sisters Under the Skin," introduced
Mrs Herman Stern, pro-ram chairman, and duelled 1 | M: \\il-
' m Kline
Members w< its ol the officers and board ol directors, who
d as hostess*
Israel accompanied h> Mrs Albert
Parber, national chairman of
Chen' workers, the women of
thil area pledged full support to
the Sharett function
Speaking it "Chan" brunch at
the home of Mr- Harry Koretzky
on Sunday, Col. Worth declared
> am] "ready without fur
tber notuc to defend Israel from
any encrm
But. -aid the dynamic veteran
Ol the 1-r.ieli Arab War and the
British-Rommel desert battle of
World War II. "Israel doe.- not
a the i" licy ol an eye I
tooth fOI I t"-'''. Wa reserve
the the right, ol course, to retaliate
against those afgresarv* ac,s
which warrant an answer. But the
army of Israel, men and women,
are trained for defensive, not of-
fensive, war."
Col Werth arrived here on Fri-
day, delayed because of illne-- in
Chicago. Mrs. Moibe Gladstone,
well-known New York television
signed up
At Sunday's meeting, Col. Werth
presented women eligible for
"Chen"" awards with their charm-
Each charm represents $2,500 in
bond sales..
Brunch of Gables Center
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will present a
brunch on Wed. morning. Nov. 9,
at the Center. Mrs Morris A. Skop
will present a booh review of '-K-
ther." by Nathaniel Norson V.'ein
rcb.
a*th and Collim
Knowledge Leads to Intelligent Action'-Theme of Their Day
"Knowledge I eads to [ntelli-
11 Action" i- the then
i by the i Miami chap-
lex ol M.. : ..:: : r it- annual
duration Daj n whicl will
held on Friday from 10 a m,
p m at the Hibiscus t<
i tl Alton rd
Mr- Sanford Jacol luca
coordinator, will present the j
gram. Mrs Oscar Sindell,
chapter president, will open the j
eeting with greettogi to mem-
i the 14 Had issah gr tups
this area, who are invited to
.'tend the session Mi-- Mar-
write Marx's topic i "Lei I -
I repare for Our Trip to Israel"
: nd will Include a lesson m the
i -e ol Hebrew words
Mr- Milton Sirkin. honorary
ce president, will -peak on "The
I lace of the Hadaah Woman
in the American Jewish t'ommii-
i itj Mr- Louis Goldman, Med-
ical-Center coordinator, will had
in community singing Mr- Dor-
othy Rrieger Fink who has fust
lmanu-tl PTA Slates
Semi-Annual Meeting
Parent-Teacher Association of
Temple Emanu-F.l will hold their
semi-annual meeting honoring
fathers and mother- on Wedne-da\
evening, Nov. 9. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hir-chlield.
9040 Bay dr., announced Mr-
Raphael Yunes. president.
Highlighting the evening will be
an informal talk given by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman who will speak on.
This is My Life." Entertainment
Will be provided by Ray Adiel and
Miss Zeva Kwitney. who will play
authentic Israeli instruments and
will be accompanied by teen agon
performing Israeli danee-
returned iron a trig to Israel,
will report on A Hadassah Mem-
ber Views Our Accomplishments
in I-rael "
Mr- Mar-hall Wolf, director of
nursing service Of the American
Cross, will speak on "Civil
Defense A- it Concern- You."
The program will include a dra-
matic sketch entitled "If You
good natured humor
by Mrs. Harold Melnick. Mr-
Louis Schwartzman is education
co-chairman
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+ b~i H Determination Builds New Albert Einstein Group I
Z 'ESS !*.- ? ".bringing
Jage 5 B
rpntinoed from Pacje 1
ft 102nd s. Youth Aliyah; Joseph Top- Jj-Efij_ "*""* & COa^iT^S!
0 M 160th s0cW secretar>': Morri, haV nCvcr bcfore *>" affiliated."
(harter members of the Albert Einstein group
m addition to officer, and ehairmen. include the
Mesdames Julian Aberman. Benjamin Alter. Mu, ay
HWh nUmn M,,,0n BtTesh' Alf,ed Herman Va^
Bloch. 0. Browman. Jesse C.sselhoff, Julien Cohen
Irving Denmark. Simon Falls. M. Fels ein S l
Go.die, Edward Ga.ler. Albert c.ree i (Ses Har
"-. Irving Hertz. J. Burton Keyes.
. ,NiLn NE 175tfa st.. education and Amer-
Hyman Katz. 211 NE 51st St.. eye
tarfain group of Hadassah's next major
ill be on Nov. 14. 1 p.m.. at North Dade
rvnter when a speaker and film highlight
c Youth Aliyah program. This is, only the
and the group looks forward to an active
Stint leries of successes.
of the group, Mrs. Kanter, has lived in
mi area for the past two years. Fredlyn's
is i physician, and they have two children.
wa< an active Hadassah member in Detroit,
>cr hometown, before moving here.
"are confident, she says, "that we will meet
The Mesdemes Leonard Kimball. Howard Levine
EST iS7uiT *** Qwu* L,,wp- SB
R h n Mar.ks' Howard Novp11' Bpnton Perry
Ralph Preston. St.nlev Pro,. Adolph Reich. Monroe
Schffman, Sr.r., bolove, Morton Terry, Murray
Sp II. Sam Tinterow. I. J. Waxman. Arthur Welder,
Sam ttexler. Irving Wcincr and Gerson Wolk.
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listen B. Goldstein, Section vice president. National
1 of Jewish Women, checks aver the results with Mrs.
I, chairman of the day, for the "brunch with the
"affair at 12 noon in the Saxony hotel last Wednesday.
OTP 10 SINIOU CmiEHS
ich With The Bunch' Keynoted Affair
inch With the Bunch." was the way Ihe invitations read to
Council of Jewish Women's 1,200 members, for bruncheon
I*)' it the Saxony hotel. Mrs. Bob Schwartz was chairman of
B. Burton B Goldstein, section vice president, presented the
.A skit, "Jubilee on Jupiter," or "How to Retire from Coun
Nntcd the keynote of the program, which was devoted to senior
nding sen,or citizen of Council is Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
! president of the organization, and Mrs. Goldstein presented
scroll A short talk by Maurice Perlstcin, executive director
J-KWish Home lor the Aged, followed.
Tc of arrangements for the bruncheon were Mrs. Burkhard
pMrs. Albert Greene, of Miami Beach. Mrs Reuben Roch
Mr*. Kiu.n Kuntz. of Miami.
Pfs for the afternoon included MtV Milton Levinson, Mrs
nodes. Mr, \(,rman Tator. Mrs. P. Mayer. Mrs. Harry Barn
' Uo Alpert and Mrs. Monte Seliii.
president :. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, while Division presi
- Howard Grove and Mrs. Leon Kaplan.
|k Navel Opens
ah Reviews
1 Morninvt.ir." by Her-
.will be iho novel re-
ll"* fir~' I a seriei of
^**s yonsored by the
Jfi chapter of Hadassah
^ 'he F.mtainebleau
jynoon, Nov 8, is the
'"the function
L!,mWetns,,in ;'^ n the
EJ" rear u,11 he re-
r>*r,es Mrs. Donald \
Hook r '""dinator "
^k r.ew project.
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ORT Chapter to Meet;
Poland Will be Speaker
Greater Miami chapter of Amer-
ican Women's ORT will meet Tues-
day evening, Nov. 8. at the Km
press hotel.
Edward Poland, who teaches at
the Dale Carnegie Institute, will
speak on "Human Relations."
ORT's "member bring-a-mem-
ber" luncheon at the Shelbourne
hotel last Monday "was a complete
access," Mrs. Irving Tillis, mem
bership chairman, reported.
She -aid that over 50 women had
joined the organization.
Mrs. Aaron Tart, who had re-
turned from a tour of ORT schools
in North Africa, spoke.
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Many prizes are on the program
of a dessert luncheon and card
party by North Shore chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women Monda. noon,
Nov. 7, at North Shore Jewish
Center.
Mrs. Benjamin Berkowitz and
Mrs. Murray Herlands are co-chair- j
men of the event, which will close-
ly follow the chapter's rummage
sale at Stevens Market Friday.
According to Mrs. Solomon Ros-
enberg, rummage chairman, -ale-
arc expected to exceed all previ-
ous records.
Proceeds from both fund raising
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New Friendship Club at North Shore Center Tackles Pt
Friendship Club, a social and
Internal organization (or unat-
tadMd men and women of 40 and
over, will oe sponsored by the
North Shore Jewish Center, ac-
cordlni to an announcement this
week.
I'rider the leadership of Mrs.
Fred Jonas, its pur |">-e will be "to
eliminate the MOM of strangeness
and loneliness which is endanger-
ing the happiness of those unat-
tached men and women of our
community who do not have the
warm security of family life."
The motto of the club will be
Find Happiness Through Friend-i organization*!
ship
First meeting was held at the! the
mtt\
Ma^r Abramowi
">l.|
club's
Ruirt
North Shore Jewish Center Thurs- Goodman
day evening, with entertainment pr8'"Kn
arranged by Mrs. Herman Kooper-
man, consisting of folk songs and
Will It. It Is No Myth."-directed
Mrs. Jonas wa 111 charge of the
Mr,, I
Miami leader Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, member of a 10-
women United Jewish Appeal survey mission, departs for
Paris end Israel via El Al Israel Airlines. The survey mission'
left to study the needs of Jewish women and children in Israel,
Western Europe and Tunisia and to bring back to UJA
Women's Division a first-hand report which will assist in
charting the objectives of the 1956 UJA campaign.
WOMAN LEADER IN STUDY MISSION
Mrs, Stevens Leaves Paris for Israel |
PARIS Mr* Bernard R Stevens, ol South Miami, left here by
plant- Monde) for Israel after four daya <>i meetings with French
Jewish leaders and \i*it* to Jewish welfare institutions maintained by
the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency serving
need) Jew- ov rseaa
Mrs Stevens was here as part ol < ibid] ^r<>up named by the
N tional Women's Division "i the I nited Jewish Appeal to acquaint
mselves with Jewish needs in Europe, North Africa and Israel in
i the launching oi the 1956 campaign ol the lma
Mr- woo resides at 6190 Montgomery dr., i- chairman of
educational committee 11 the Greater Miami Combined Jewish
lion She i- a past pre idenl of the Miami Beach l.<
men V*ot< group <>i Hadassah
Pioneer Women
Fete Book Month
k review beni ttii n-
thild n -.lie fund will I G li Mj
' lub's way oi celebrating
Jewish Book Month and th< club's
own birthdaj Tuesday, Nos.
Beth El I tion
Thi- Pioneer Women's club will
have Mi- Peter Glazer review
"The Last Temptation." bj Joseph
Viertel. Musical selections will tie
presented by Cantor Louis I lav
man. accompanied by Olga Bibor
Stern.
Mrs. Ethel Shore, cultural chair-
man of the club, will preside for
the evening.
Mrs. Esther Kline will be hostess
at a card party for members and
friends of Club 1 of Pioneer Worn
en at her home. 345 Meridian ava
Wednesday. Nov 16 The child
Rescue project will benefit
A cultural evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron I.ubman.
342 Jefferson ave. Saturday, Nov
5, i- Pioneer Women. Club II- way
I i honoring Jewish Book Month, it)
has been announced by Mrs Ida
Jacobs, president. Then will be a!
discussion of Jewish and Hebrew I
books.
Cardiac Chapter
Slates Show
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold its ninth annual membership
tea at Melvin Cohen Hall on Tues-
day afternoon. Nov. 8.
Mr- .!-- dance, president, will
open the tea with greetings to
members and guests Special fea-
ture of the function will be a
fashion show.
Mrs Jess Spirer, membership
chairman, revealed that Parsons
Dress Shop will supply gowns,
which will be modeled by mem-
bers In charge of arrangements
arc Mrs David Parness and Mrs.
Leo Sobel. Mrs George Graham
will coordinate.
Models include the Mesdames
Herbert Rothstein. Milton Adler,
Leonard -Groh. M I. Shapiro. Wil-
liam Weintraub. Leonard Stern,
Kmanuel Schon. Anne Kaplan,
Henry Sbor, Alfred Sandier, Bar-
i> Gerber, Maurice Weintraub, M.
Goodman, M. Mermel and Stanley
Hodl-
Assisting Mr- Spirer are the
Mesdamea Max Ftiedson and David
Rifaa Bunnj Freed i- in charge
of refreshments Chairman of
decorations i- Mrs Nat Coadton.
Accompaadat will be Mrs. Alex
Goldstein
Ottkers to be Installed
Regular meeting of Emma La-
zarus chapter of B'nai B'rith will
be held Tuesday evening, Nov. 8,
at Beth David congregation.
Under the sponsorship of Shol-
em lodge and Emma Lazarus chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith, newly elected
officers of the shield of David
chapter will be installed by Judge
Milton A. Friedman.
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schools and better understand the'
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Louis Kistier. education director,
will demonstrate a typical school
day study period. Children's choir,'
iwith conductor, will perform.
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It's mint julep and magnolia
EhTSf at ihC West Miami Jew-
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uary.
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nual dramatic production on Mon-
day and Wednesday, from 9 30
am. to 12:30 p.m., November 7
and 9.
Mrs. Charles Silvers, vice presi-
dent, has been named chairman
of the production. The play, 'The
Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president. I Young and the Fair,' by N. Rich-
has announced that Sam JJirsch. ard Nash, has 21 female parts.
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tlie IQcalm of Society \ Qtimtoe* rtfotf 7
^ ------------------- ^^^^^m Irving Cohen, owner of the DiLido ho.,
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Irv.ng Cohen, owner of the DiL.do hotel i
shortly after a vacation in the Hawaiian w .' Ue ^
Beach for Montreal is Ruth Brotman And'?
Arnold Dierwr is now publisher of Wammi.
the fnivervity of Southern California.
1 news editor and
i are the Jack Di
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1 social columnist on the Sr Dailv r, l**;i
Heners, of Mianu Beach Trnjan.
" ^
Beach.
OCTOBER MOST INTERESTING MONTH Of TH vfAR
Most interesting month in the year is Od iher f
... He and Ellen were married 28 yeai ()(.t ,,'
day anniversary is Oct. 15. while 11 -
hi- Oct. 20. Pr**K
Leon and Ellen didn't have a parly on their 23rd
celebrated at a dinner Riven by Mr. and Mrs. WiMj, ""*
La Ronde room of the Pontainebli ti1p f,,,,"1
joined by the Alan Gales. Iourso* I
The couple say they're n ^^
they've been married 25 yen
MANY GUESTS HONORtD THE LUSKINS
Mr. and Mn. Barnett Luskin, ..I 500 15th st r
their 50th wedding anniversary at the F.mha>s\ restaurant
***
Mrs. H. Robert Re/Mow
Sieffler, Koltnow
Will Live on Beach
Miss Carol Siegler. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Charles Siegler. 1506
1 nnsylvania ave., Miami Beach.'
i. ama Ibe bride of H. Robert
K Itnow Fridaj
Mr. Koltnow is the son of Mr
1 Mrs. Abraham Koltnow. 1705
NW 32nd ave
After the afternoon weddin
itudj oi Rabbi Irving Lehr-
a cocktail party and dinner
Was held at the Algier.- hotel
After a wedding trip to Cuba.
MUple will be at home at
1 tf SW Filth st
Mrs. Martin Spritzer
Schwartz* Spritzer
Honeymoon in North
Honeymooning in Pennsylvania
are newlxmarne.l Mr. and Mrs
Marl in Alan Spritzer
The bride is the former I-ola
Francine Schwartz, daughter of
the J W Schwartzes, 2240 SW
16th ter
The bridegrooms parents are
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Spritzer.
Highland Park. N'.J.
The wedding took place Oct. 20
in the Bate* House. New York.
where the receplion and wedding
dinner also were held.
Among attendants were Donald
Schwartz, brother of the bride, and
Arthur Kessel. brother in-law of
the bridegroom
Mrs. Ahner Miller
Cuban Girl Now
Mrs. Abner Miller
Before her marriage. Oct. 15, in
the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Ab-
ner Miller was Miss Ida Berezdivin.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Berezdivin. Havana.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky offici-
ated at the wedding, which was
followed by a dinner in the hotel.
Miss Bather Berezdivin was maid
of honor for her sister. Edwin M.
Horowitz served as best man.
The newlyweds will make their <
home in Miami Beach after a'
honeymoon at Varadero Beach,j
Cuba.
His is the son of the Hairy Mil-
lers. Miami Beach.
Shirley Nichol Plans
For Dec 18 Rites
Dec. 18 is the date which Miss
Irene Shirley Nichol has set for
her marriage to Norman Sholk.
The wedding will take place in
Park Manor. Brooklyn. *N.Y.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Nathan Nichol. Youngstown, O..
and the late Mrs. Nichol Mr.
Sholk's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
William Kholk. Corona. L I NY.
He makes his home here at 631
13th st Miami Beach
A graduate of Ohio State I'ni-
vanity and a member of Phi Sig
ma Sigma. Miss Nuhol now is a
medical techi.ician at St Francis
Hospital.
included Mr. and Mrs. Mark Denbera ami Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Irvine is a grandson of the Luskins and celebrated
anniversary on the same day. Other guesti included
Levines, the Mac Salrimans and Mrs. Lena Kotton.
AND MORt AtOVt ANNIVlRiARItS
Thirty-two yeeea'of marriage are something to celeb
Miamian Irving Cohen deserted his New York Madison
hurry down to his Waverly Arms apartment, where he
Evelyn for their anniversary.
The raol Mil Is* ones, of 923 SW 4th st were honored oil
wedding anniversary Oct. 26. Hosts wer< Mr. and Mai
berg, who entertained a group of mutual friends withal
their home. 3942 SW 5th st.
Guests included their son. Burris Millstone, Mr. and i
Schwartimen and sen Mark Louis, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Da
Mrs. Albert Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schwartiman, Mr. |
Simon and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winer.
AUTHORS RITURN FOR WINTER SIASON
The Oscar Leonards, of Harmonon Hudson. New Y
in Miami Beach for their traditional winter months sta>.
their next six months will be spent at 8200 Byron ave
Oscar Is author of "Americans All." a well known
book on American Jewish history. Leah is author of "Jewish!
and "Jewish Holiday Cook Book" Her food columns ire i
in newspapers throughout the nation.
IN THE BIRTH DEPT. Speaking of the month of
The 29th of that month will mean a celebration each yea
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jacobs, ol New Orleans.
Louise told the good news to her parents, (he William D.f
Granada blvd.. Coral Gables, as soon as she could
Marvin's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobs,
Tenn. And that's not all The luckj new arrival I
of great grandparents, too: the David Singers, 1786 S Ml
the Harry Goldbergs, 1754 SW 15th st
Miss Barbara fineberg
Li
Miss Shirley Nickel
Dinner Party Fetes Fineberg, Kriegler
Mr. and Mrs Mike Fineberg.
C.30 Indian Creek dr.. Miami
I u h. have announced the en-
inent "l their daughter, Bar-
Ma'' Eo Fred Norman Krie-
glar.
Mr. Kriegler is the son of Mrs
J.-adore Crieglcr. 635 12th st.. Mi-
; i Beach, and the la'.e Mr Krieg-
ler
Miss Kmeberg graduated from
Taylor Allerdice. high school in
Pittsburgh. She attended the I'm
veratty of Florida and is nop a
junior at University of Miami.
Mr. Kriegler graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the I'M He served in the
army and was stationed in Japan.
A dinner party was given Sat
urda) in honor of the couple by
the bride's parents at Fontaine-
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Myrna Jaeggi Met
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A hour-e party given by the
Sharet chapter of B'nai B'rrth
Young Women is where Myrna
Jaeggi first met her fiance. Rich-
ard A. Swart.
The bride-to-be is the daughter,'
of Mrs. Albert Jaeggi, 2464 SW
19th st and the late Mr. Jaeggi.
Mr Swart, who lives at 2761 SW
Seventh st., is the son of Mr and
Mrs Will Swart. Orlando.
The couple is planning a wed-
ding Nov. 19 in Temple Emanu-EI.
Miami Beach
I
The bride-elect, is a graduate of |
Miami Senior High School. Mr. '
j Swart received h;s BA degree i
from Stetson t niversity and his'
law degree from University of Mi _
ami.
Beers, Bobson Rites Revealed
Mr and Mrs. Howard C. Beers, sororit)
623 Sheppard dr., Warrington. an Mrs Bobson Ml
Sheppard dr.. Warrington. an- Senior High Mio*
nounce the marriage of their Florida and W I
daughter. Barbara, to Arnold Bob- 1953. **"c .
son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bob- the Gamma Phi wni
son, 5110 NW 2nd st.. Miami. The Mr Bobson aw
marriage was performed Oct 1, at Sen: >r High *nooi
I'aseagoula. Miss. Florida and alDsJ"
The former Miss Beers attend- 1955. from Hen*
ed Pensecola High School and lity wirt a B* ccp*
graduated with a BS degree in re-, education
creation from Florida State Univcr- The couple aft"^
sity in May. 1955. where she was a' Columbia, m .
member of the Gamma Phi Beta stationed wi
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Miss Hulwnstein BecomesBride of Jules
Israel in LnnclMiffht Ceremony on Beach
in a double ring eandlclichr---------------------=-------------------
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Sp' h :> 5 &,m
ig candlelight
ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 30, at 5
p.m.. in the Algiers hotel. Miss
Mona Natalie Rubenstein, daughter
Mrs Rom h. Rubenstein. 9955
F.ast Bay Harbor dr., and the late
Max N. Rul>enstein, became the
bride of Jules Ruben Israel, son
M Mr. and Mrs Hyman Israel.
I'nion Bridge, Md.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Tem-
plc Bmanu-EI officiated. Best man
i < on brael. brother of the
groom. The bride was given in
mania?" bv her brother-in-law,
Morris S. Burk.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mor-
ris S. Burk. sister of the bride.
Stein waa in charge of the :'
book
Ushers were Harold Katz, of
Pikesville, Md and Stanley Phil-
ips, Miami i;. ach
'I he bnrl.il gown was styled in
purr silk peau-de-SOie and featured
square cul neckline accented in
re-embroidered alencon lace. The
fitted princess line bodice was ap-
pliqued in matching lace at the
hipline and held the bouffant skirt
that extended into a chapel train.
the management of the Congress
bldg., Miami.
Mr. Brody, formerly of Wiikes-
Barre, Pa., and New York .gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is in business in
Miami.
The couple plan to be married in
the spring.
I'eti it-
Miss Sibyl Kaplan
Gene Troop
Ifofctrf Weinsfein
A l cut,i,i o
Mrs. J/es sroe)
Js Kaufman Becomes Mrs. Robert
fekistein in Double Ring Rites Oct. 30
fcr, Oct 3d was the day
h Miss Phyllis Barbara
ior her wedding in a
my cerecony to Robert R.
iein.
KauCman is the daughter
Lid Mrs Joseph Kauffman,
k' 40 are., and the groom is
of Mr and Mrs. Ben Wein-
Bvron ave.
\:m
tered with two white hybrid or-
chids.
Matron of honor. Mrs. Philip
Weinstein. sister in-law of the
groom, wore a pink taffeta baller-
ina, and bridesmaids Myrna Jaeg-
gi, Beth Kellman, Carol Ehrlich.
Phyllis Fader, and Barbara Co-
hen wore "ballerinas in rainbow
colors. Junior bridesmaid Helen
candlelight ceremony took Goldstein, niece of the bride, wore
i the Rose room of the Lin- "* Wue
or. Rabbi Max Shapiro of- Flower girl Deborah Sue Wein-
it an altar decorated with stein, niece of the groom, wore
id pink flowers. pink taffeta and lace and carried
lirer soloist, offer- ** oi rose P**3'* A reception
{tonal nuptial songs, ac- nd briday dinner followed. Mrs.
id ny the Irving Pietrack I Morris Goldstein took charge of
Her four-tiered veil of pure silk i'
French illusion fell from a lace IVcljllariS neVeiU
tiara tvpe headpiece embellished
in pearls.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and re-
ceived her AB degree at the Uni-
versity of Maryland. Alpha Ep-
silon Phi is her social sorority.
Mr. Israel was graduated from
Westminster High School, the Uni-
versity of Maryland undergraduate
school and received his law de-
gree there. He is a member of Tau
Epsilon Pi fraternity and was stu-
dent chairman of the Maryland
Sibyl's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan,
2223 Calais dr.. Normandy Isle,
held open house Oct. 16 in honor
of their daughter Sibyl" Joy's en-
gagement to Lee Brody, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Brody. 9316 Car-
lyle ave.. Surfside.
Miss Kaplan, a former resident
of New York City and Hollywood,
attended South Broward High
Scliool and the University of Mi-
ami and is a graduate of Spencer
School of Business in New York
Law Review. At present, he is in ^jty
service with the U.S. Army in I '
Washington She is presently affiliated with
Reception ano dinner followed bbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbbbsibbIbbbbbbbbbbbBsbbbbbbbbM
at the Algiers. The couple are
spending their honeymoon in Nas-
sau. Upon their return they will
make their home in Silver Spring,
Md.
Pol lane, Penet
Betrothal Told
Miss Harriet Joy e Pollane is the
fiaricc of David S. Pennet. Her
mother. Mrs. Ruth Pollane, 1239
Alton rd., Miami Beach, announced
the couple's engagement this
week.
Harriet's father was the late
Samuel Pollane. The groom's par-
ents are the Samuel Pennets, of
New York City.
The bride-elect attended New
York State University and was
assistant director of media for
the advertising firm of Harris and
Whitebrook, Miami Beach.
Mr. Pennet holds a BS degree
from Long Island University and
is associated with the New York
accounting firm of Livingston &
Wachtell. He will be graduated in
June from Brooklyn Law School
and is a member of Phi Lambda
Delta fraternity.
Plans for a Thanksgiving eve
wedding in New York have been
made by the couple, and after a
wedding trip to upstate New York,
they wijl reside in New York City.
Rummage Sale Scheduled
Flagler G r a n a da Women's
Group will hold a rummage sale
at Shell's Nov. 4 and 5. Mrs. Goldie
Adelman is chairman of the func-
tion.
tt. Bet man was Philip F.
Iein. brother of the groom.
Gross, Irving Rubenstein,
fcwman. Jack Sieuel and
'Goldstein ushered. Junior
fwa- Edward II Kauffman,
rof the bride, and Steven M.
Iwj> ring-bearer,
Hw weddmg the bride chose
length gown of alencon lace
ridal taffeta and nylon tulle.
ItteJ waist was made with
EPan collar and long point to
sleeve-, with bouffant skirt
If. The three-quarter length
Hiere! veil of imported
Dlidon was held in place
nnet ol pleated tulle with
icarl design.
[the traditional "something
""' hrifle earned her con-
Bible covered with lace.
Halley shower was cen-
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Among out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Louis .Cohen and
daughters Barbara and Sharon;
and Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. CTOM
and daughters Bette and Anita and
son Steven. Detroit. Mich.; and
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weinstein and
daughter Helena. Phoenix, Ariz. *
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami High and is past president of
B'nai B'rith Young Women, Star
chapter. She is on the executive
staff of Sears. Roebuck, Coral Ca-
bles.
The groom is a graduate of Food
Trades High School in New York
and was with the army as instructor
of food service.
Upon completion of a wedding
trip to Detroit and New York.
Mr. and Mr* Weinstein will re-
side at 2797 SW 6th st., where the
groom is junior executive with
Solar Ware Products, Inc.
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Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Wo
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Subject of Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop's sermon is: "How to Tell
a Good Jew." Candle blessing will
be read by Mrs. Edward Blackmail.
of the PTA. and Mrs. Henry Levy,
financial secretary of Sisterhood.
Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
David Jacobson. will be Bas Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning serv-
ices at 9:45. Cantor Irving Robin-'
sun will render the musical por-
1 u ns of the liturgy, with the choir
under the direction of Robert
Strassburg.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi loon Kronish will
preach on the topic: "Religious
I .nation Job for Home or
School?" Saturday morning scrv-
icei are at 10:45. Philippa. daugh-
tei oi Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E.
\\ i ine. Will become Bas Mitzvah.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren- TION will hold Friday evening
der the musical portions of the .services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn
liturgy I ing sen ices are at 8:30 Rabbi
Jonah i: (apian will officiate and
BETH RAPHAEL CONCREGA- preach on the topic "Egypt and
TION will hold Friday evening Sodom Israel and Abraham" Can-
ices at 6. Saturday morning, tor Abraham Seit will render the
services are at 8:30 Rabbi Arie' musical portions of the liturgy.
Becker will officiate and discuss: (lass in Bible is at 4:30 p.m., tol-
"Revelation at the Threshhold." lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu
Class in Talmud precedes the serv <)- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kahn
ice at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will will be hosts Daily services are
be at 5 p n Mincha and Shalos at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Seudos follow Mr and Mr- Don-
ald Schreiger will be hosts.
toUi leea Krwiisti
. Religions EaVotian
?rshii
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
a\ evening services at 5 p.m
Late services are at 8:30 p m Hah
Irvn g I.ehrman will di-cu--
"Crisis in the Middle East Chal-
lenge to the World" Saturday
morning services are at 9 Rabbi
rman will preach on the weekly
ion. ( antor Philip Brummcr
render the musical portions
oi the liturgy. Daily services arc
in the chapel at 8 am and 9 48
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening service- at 5 15.
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
Heshvan 19 5:18 p.m.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
I 90 Saturdaj
ning services are at 8:30 Rab
tnon April will officiate and
lie topic "Our Consti
tiit.cn.- injustice1:" (antor i, ""
.... l\Wooi|
!. '.'( Kel( mer \ull render the
'ion- oi the liturgy
- in Mishna i- at 4:80 p m.
i es will be at 7 80 m
3 45 p ni
Saturdaj morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander Groaa will
preach on the Weekly Portion.
Mincha is at 5 p m followed by
Shalos Seudoc Daily services are
7 .'(>i a iii and B:S0 p.m., with Sun-
day morning services at 8.
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
AGUOATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUT6JS 78th it. Orthodox.
Rabbi lit I Kw-r
BETH ISAt;LONaRtOATION-0<>0 I'ralrl* *ve. Orthodox IUU>1 If.
Loula Rottmafi.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER- 7.".th at. Confervutfv*. Rabbi
Marar Abrarnowli* Canii-r BqVaM KMn
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM-IHI Caaae ave. Liberal Rabbi bead Kronlch
i 'an tor Hi nmal Kelemer.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL I7] W.shlnaton in. OaetMrvatlvr. Rabbi Irving
Lehnnaa Canter Philip Brunuoai
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION:i'l Hit WaKhlfifCton ivi. Orthodox.
Rabbi Tlboi SI. in C.iMlin Ma..... MaliK-hrs
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION II K.i.ll.l jiv (>UIi.h|..x Rabbi Jo-
m i'h >: toeakj
HEBREW ACADEMY Hi- '".tli st IH"Mi.i.lox Rabbi Alexander 1:1 ..-.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATIONHI. Ku.-ll.l av Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah i: <*pi.in "antor Abraham Baif.
TORAH TEMPLE- II i W -i W American JudalKm. RabblH Abraham
..ml I ...in- \i--.-l
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTERUO 1'al.i in.. ,ivp. Lllxral. Rabbi
Morria Skop Cantor Irvlnic Roblnaoa.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER II /.iniuia nvf. < \.nrr\ a ti ve. Rabbi IV
i,. p Hurwtta. Cantor Rudolph BriH.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-13". NW 3rd vf. Ortho.l..x Raft*!
I ]:. k.-i *
HOLL YWOOO and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD 1H Monica at Hollywood
Ponaervatlve Rabbi Bemuel Larar.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD- -'030 Polk t.. Hollywooil. Cunaerva-
vi Rabbi David Bhaplro. Cantor. Yohudah HelUmtnn
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1S01 South Andrews ave.,
l-'i Lauderdale. Reform. Rabbi Mariua lUmon.
HIALFAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-MI afcst 4th ave. Con-
vatlvt
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 NK llh st. Reform. Rnhbl Joaeph Nnrot. Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Bmaritaa. Cantof Jacob it<'in.
TIFERETH ISRAEL'NORTHSIDE CENTER 6500 North Miami ave.
Conservative. Ral.bi Abraham Hoi-mi. Cantor Albert Cllnntx.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION MM NW 17th ave.
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER'ft NW Met p).
Conservative. Rabbi Lao ll-im
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13f.3n West Dixie hwy. f-onaervatlve.
Rabbi ii.ni> Okollra. Caatm Maurice New.
NORTH MIAMI BEACW
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION 164th ft and ?fW 11th ave.
< ".: Kal.l.i l-au I..
S O U T H W E T
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION : -" Coral U.v Conaervatlvr
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE -3*15 SW 3rd ave. OoneervatWe. Rabbi
Y...ik..\ Rnestlbori.
BETH EL CONGREGATION M0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Mhtnaryaha T Bwlraky. Cantoi Loula Oartenbam
ISRAELITE CENTER I1M s\V :i(l, tec. iN.nnei vall\e. Ral.l.l Morton
Malavsky Cantor Samuel Ralkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION1101 SW 12th ave.
Orthodox. K.il.l.i Simon April CantOI llerele Kflelin i
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER *7W SW 17th at.
Alfrnl w.ixman.
Conaervative Rabbi
at 4:15. Mincha will be at ,5:15.
followed by Shalos Seudos Daily
ETM JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
^llih!ld^r^?^rari!ierV'eM are at 73 and 52 at5:I5 -day morning senkes
sen ice- at 8. wh Z.om-t Sal,ba"h 1 p '" ... 2 *83 ^ Tibr St observed Daniel Cravitt. of I IS .?".,** ^p,c: "Israel
Coral Gables. Will be guest speak-! NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN- Amo"f ,h* Nation.,. Cantor Mau-
eranddj-cM- "CondlUons in the TM will hold Fridav evening i nce, Man>Fh' render the mu-
Near Baal Rabbi Samuel s Lerer servieea at 815 Rabbi Henrv Oko-ls,.cal Prtoiis of the liturgy. Bible
EETH EL CONGREGATION will
' i ning sen Ices il
5:15 Saturdaj morning servieea
d 8 30 Rabbi S T Swirsky
pn ach on the topii l- reel
i Mot Cantor Louis
will officiate
FLAGLER GRANADA JEW
liea will officiate and preach on 25 'S,f P P' Evening serv-
the topic: Crises ,n Israel A ,c,s W,M ** j" P-"- Dailv
Arthur Fekelner. of the ZOA eo- Serv,CC:> are T-30 am *nd 5:15
ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will r p.m.
H
hold Friday evening services at
Saturday mornmu services
i tenl will rentier the musical ^ at.8:30J 1Ubbl ** Heim wffl
hi- m the liturgy. Junior
ces at in m in Yc hiva
Hall lass in Talmud will be at
m.
offii iatc and preach on the Weekly
P" rtion Junior servicet an
8:80 I in Wjth Jeffrey Strumpl
da. will be guest speaker S.iim
daj morning services are at 9! 8ETH EMETH CONGREGA
Jack, son of Mr. and Mr- Morris, TION will fiolfl Friday evening
K.-din. will become Bar Mitzvah ^rvices at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald
[will officiate and preach on the
topic: "The Wicked City." Choir
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE wi
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
1 I Pi iii.i> vening lervio
and 8:15 p.m Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwiti will officiate and pi
til of the litur
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
will a-sist Saturday morning ser-
vices are at 930
...
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning .services at 5:38. 'Saturday
morning services are at 9. Rabbi
junior rabU Sammy hold Fridav evening -erviee- at
"ill he iuaior Cantor. Kin 8:18 Rabbi Yaakov Ro-enl>erg
ena is al 5:80 pjn Daily -erviee- will preach on the topic The
will be at R am and 5 45 p.m. jBook and the Sword oneg Shah-
bat will honor Mr. and Mrs Louis
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood (;:'don Saturday morning service-
on the topic: "Foundations'of Ju Wl" h"|(l Fr",;|.v evening -< r\ ice- ;"' "t 9- Edward, son of Dr. and .
dawn Saturdaj morning serv ? 8:ls David Shapiro will Samuel, bum. will become 22 B2La!!2 P 1
ices ar. .,; h .:w. Kev. Rudolph!d,8CUS8: 'Self (riiic.sm-Road to B" Mitivah. Floral offerings will 15285: ff^.r!n!r?a^T. -?*??
Brill will render the musical por M I'1';i1 I-lf'' Saturday morning ,>0 ''> Vr ;'n services are at 9. Garry, -on of r,K Junior services are at 9:30
Mi- Madeline Seligaon, will be- ;i'" Mr^ Malka Robins and I.oui-
eome Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Y.hu <;;"i"n and Zvi Rosenkranz will of
Mil Heilhraum will render fhe Hciate
i
** f.1 430 P*. ftllaea!
O" Seudos Dalv ^*W
^^NTICELLO iaaai
^TION wiT0;AF JO
services at 530 ^'
atrv.ee cemmi, ft*
Isaac Urer will pi?
topic: "The Golden i^ l
services are at 9 tX
%[ Mr and Mrs. inj1-.
845 NK 172nd ter.wj "
Mitzvah. "
i
WEST MIAMI JEWIJJ.,,
will hold Fhday evenl
at 5:30. Late service^
at 8:30. with Ranb, \Z\
man preaching on the Q
eryone tan Speak wT-
Oneg Shabbat will be
by Mr and Mrs. Sam ft
day morning servis at
Martin, son of Mr. and fej
Berg, will be Bar Mitrnk
dush follow-.
Religious School!
Will Expand
Beth Jacob CongregatioQ
week revealed that its
school will expand to inc
ditional classes and depz
Morris Krevat, chairman
Jacob s board of educitot,
nesday said that the !
ently ha- a maximum h
of 60 itudenti
,-But many more are applji
admission, and we have to
new facilities to accept
plications
The school is under the
ance of Rabbi Tiber Stem,
Jacob spiritual leader FacuKj|
eludes Cantor Maurice Mai
mii-ical
portion- of the liturgy.
Harrj Kaplan, president, will pre
sent the Bar Mitzvah with a Bible
as a Kilt Irom the Temple Dailv
morning services are at 9.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Rabbi Joseph Narot will of
ficiate and preach on the topic:
"What's the Use of Growing i p?"
CPntcd n u 1IN0RTM- '^'"'P'-n will follow the -ervices
aiDE CENTER will ho|<| |-rnl.i\
TIFERETH
Thinkers in the Midst of a Catho-
lic World." Mr and Mrs Joseph
Cooper will be hosts at Kiddush
Mincha is at 5:15 p.m.. followed
b) Shalos Seudos. J. Diener will
l>e host. Daily services are at 8
a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sunday morn-
ing services will be at 9.

North Dade Women ft*
PTA Barbecue of Center
Mrs. Maurice Neu and her i
mittee are completing final
rangement- for a barbecue to|
held at the North Dade
Center Sunday, Nov. 6, under |
auspices of the Center PTA.
Committee assisting Mrs.
includes Mrs. Arnold Stem,
Milton Berc-h, Mrs. Ralph
Mrs E. Ziffer. Mrs. Sam
Mr- Milton Klkis. Mrs.
Berger and Mrs. Harold
maker.
Schrager Vntffi*
The I :' of I*J(
JOS1 PH SCrlMp
forinrrl)
;;9 SW IIin S:fl|
Sl ..|..> N(A1 rm Q|P
: L
w I Dvurn
vna
Rabbi Joi ph E Raci
and
Rabbi Am BfCKW ff*
w.lo. I *,n",lVi
brothcni. Frank .md **-\
v,-tn- Mi- Antotaaatf
Mi
Molli." I *!< Arrinpw
Palmer. -
Monumcm '-""r1"),,^!
and arc *
tend
lovsnj
nf servieea at 8 80 Rabbi
Abraham Herson will officiate
"On the Look-Out
Cantor AH.ct Glanti w.ii r.
the musical portions of the litur-
Mr. and Mrs Max Tobias will
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold late Friday evening I
servieea at 815 Rabbi Mayer1
Abramowitx will officiate and'
preach Saturday morning services
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold are at 8:45. Joel, son of Mr. and;
Friday evening earviesa at 6 and **rs. Isidore ssrpinaky, will become
5 p.m. Rabbi Morton Mala\ -k\ Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Abramowitz
'ii officiate and prnach on the
topic Envy Yeetervenr and To-
be hosts at Oneg Shabbat Satur.1 "\ cn*r Samuel Salkow will
t |('n'Ur thv musical portion- of the
Rabbi Herson will preach on the UlUr n' Shabbat will be|f Eh Samuels
Weekly Portion. K.ddu-I, f||Ws T?^?. i>y Mr aml Mrs *>*<>*> I
Saturday morning ear*
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Cantor Edward Klein will render,
the musical portions of the liturgy,
with the choir under the direction
BETH ISRAEL
s at 8.30 Mincha
rice
rowmrrA I n* "IT"'. """" |s t 545 p.m.
noM w,i hold fJS^SSHi ISrf" ShMos^^ >
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti
services at 5:15. Saturday morn
ing services are at 9. Rabbi H
Louis Rottman will preach on the
services are at 730 a.m. and 15
minutes before sundown. Junior
services will be inaugurated Sat-
. ks n*. iw^-^-vTaM: zszjsaA,o: wi,h J"k
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky will preach on the
Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m.. the
: Rabbi is scheduled to discuss: i
1'Love for Humanity." Mincha will
Kolman laWsJJj
to I
JACK KOIiW
rrtj "f
, MtSiWA"
; r ni. Ji lhc
"' It,
M
Will'.
V pJp. -
a wa.
children Rhh;^nlaa'*
WI||.,l.uMte Arran^
" chartff o Fr-*J
Maawmitl CemP""wk-
and rdatWW ,f
atttnJ


jjofeniber
4. 1955
il Receives
ration Awards
Federation of two scp
ently re
i special
Buminated
recogni
|of h|s
nt as a
[campaign
of thef
Fcder- y
Jewish
I drive in
e, Ind.
Lter Miami, when he was
I Wiih a laminated certifi-
, h^ leadership as co-chair-
tbe Normandy Me area
Lafayette award culminated
mrf service in the fund
I has continued his com-
activitu- in Miami
...en the family established
"te here. He i~ ;< member of
of governors of the
"Miami Jewish Federation
terres actively with the
committee
unize New Club
|0[ Mr- Anna Hhein. 2212
avc. Miami, will be the
Schooling Races
Get Under Way
fr-ffi^ffifctfjfa
Official schooling races in prep
aration for Biscayne Kennel Club's
nwed"p2rtl2*h PeninR w" *e underlay
bavc Stu)45^rthhl,*ndjy night- Nov- 7- I
UuSA These trials will continue each'
' night through Saturday, with more
than 750 greyhounds being put
through the required tests which
determine their fitness and grade
for the coming season.
All schooling races are open to
the public free of charge. No min-'
ors are admitted in accordance
with the State Racing Commission
ruling.
Some 30 to 35 six-dog contests
will be run off each schooling
night, which will provide grey-
er nonorwas awaraeaiio hounds whn at ,eMt three pas{
, ,he close- of his' recem ^^^^^ |jnes for tne opening
ftt,>h Appeal campaign program whjch fa schcdu|^d J
Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Thirty-one of the country's top-
ranking kennels have been booked
to race at Biscayne this season.
Racing at Biscayne this year are
Earl Baxter. E. L. Beckner. Jess
Bingham, Paul Boone, L. L. Crosby,
Mike Castellani. Cen-Tex Kennels,
Keith Dillon, Arch DeGeer, J. M.
Edwards, J. W. Ewalt, Fleet Wing
Kennels, Benny Frisch, R. K.
Hutchings, L. M. Kirkpatrick, C.
H. Lovely, Miami Kennels.
Mulrock Kennels, Oswald Broth-
ers, Ohlingcr & Blair, II. R. Ost-
lund, Randle Brothers, B. L. Rob-
ertson, Rushaway Kennels, Saw-
buck Kennels, R. H. Stevenson, F.
urday evening of an or- j B. Stutz, Paul Sutherland. Elburn
Hi meting t"r a middle-1 Talbot, Tom Warmath and Fred
ial club. i Whitehead.
Psychiatrist to Address
Sinai Women's Auxiliary
Dr. Michael Gilbert, psychia-;
nst will address a meeting of,
the Women's Auxiliary, Mt. Sinai
hospital, Friday morning. Nov 4
Subject of Dr. Gilt**'* atfnssj
will be The Psychiatrists ap-
proach to Emotional Problems in a
General Hospital," according to
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz and Mi
Samuel Berlin, co-chairmen.
Mrs. Louis (Jlasser will preside '
over the business portion of the'
meeting.
Page 11 B
A
STAND-UP
GUY
WHO WILL
FIGHT FOR
' YOU!
Elect JAMES W.
MIAMI CITY GROUP
[COMMISSIONER 2
(EVER
8A
(I'll Pol. .\
Frost Envisions
River Tunnels
Immediate rebuilding of the
city's docks and the building of
tunnels under the Miami river at
strategic locations to alleviate the
congested traffic problem are the
highlights of Don Frost's campaign
for Miami city commission in
Group 2.
Frost, in campaign talks hist!
week, said the city was losing
thousands of dollars annually be- j
cause "our docks are in deplor-
able condition and many merchant
ships refuse to dock in Miami.
"Every city commission has,
promised to do something about a
terrible traffic situation but noth-
ing has been done and the prob-
lem is getting worse instead of
better. Many of our citizens hate to
fight the traffic snarls coming and
going from work. Action must be
taken immediately to solve this
problem, and I promise to do my
utmost to get it done when I am
elected," said Frost.
Frost, an attorney who has re-
sided in Miami for the past eight
years, was recently named l>.e "Op-
timist of the Year" for his work
among the youth of the community.
Givens Unfolds 3-Point Program
Robert H. Givens. Jr., candidate j ernment to solve some of the st-r-
for the city commission in Group ious metropolitan problems which
3, this week based his appeal for confront usbetter law enforce-
votes on a three-point program. ^ j ment and a modern water poet.'"
I realize Ujst Miami is faceir! c.ivcn* is a lawyer1. He served on
with many- important problems,* the Miami City Commission from
livens said "But. if I am elected Noverfroer, 1951 to November, 1953
to the city commission, my prim-1 and sponsored the resolution
ary objections will be the creation which created the Metropolitan Mi-
of a metropolitan municipal gov-' ami Municipal Board.
ELECT DONALD F.
FROST
CITY COMMISSIONER
Attorney Civic Leader
9 Member B'nai B'rith
Moose Lodge
Downtown Optimist Club
VOTE FOR FROST IN NOVEMBER
i Id I-..I. A.lv l
iokert H. Givens, Jr
LAWYER
WMBER MIAMI
CITY COMMISSION
iJffWtrtiea which
hi iT*Iiro|,oli,on Miomi
"" Miami.
(ill-Pits
wroeatPH
QUI66
WILL
GET IT DONE
again/
Re-Elect H. Lesile Quigg
row* "on n done" miami
CITY COMMISSIONS*
Pull Lever 11A Nov. 15
(Pd. Pol Adi >
JOIN RANDY CHRISTMAS
IN HIS CONTINUED FIGHT
for
A Better City Morally
and
A Better City Physically
1
I* FUTURE PUtHHIMG with TIME SCHEDULED RESULTS!
Efat
CHAS. F. (CHARLIE)
GROUP
CITY COMMISSIONER
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Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
dore Lipinsky, 1334 Daytonia
rd.. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Nov. 5, at
North Shore Jewish Center,
^bbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate. Joel attends Nautilus:
Junior High School and is a stu-
dent at North Shore religious
school. Reception in his honor
will be held Saturday evening
ct Royal Hungarian restaurant
Martin Berg Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
.Martin -on of Mr and Mrs Sam
Ben;, will become Bar Mitzvah
during the Sabbath morninc MTV-
ice at tbe Weal Miami Jeui-h On
ter
Rabbi Allied Waxman will en
duct the service*, and Martin win
be presented with a certificate l
completion after successfully
passing .i trt given b> the B
Mrs. Ida Goldberg, pattrnal
grandmother of the Mar Mitzvah
will be a guest from New York
especially for this occasion.
The Kiddu-h following the am
ice will he presented bj Martin's
parents in honor of the Bar Mitz-
vah. Martin is a student at F'once
de Leon Junior High School and
Js in the Reception to Fete
Freddie Kapchfk
Freddie Rapchik became Bar
Mitrvah during Monday morning
>( rvices. Oct. 31. of Knescth Israel
Congregation. Rabbi Jonah ("apian
officiated, with Cantor Abraham
Seif rendering the musical por-
tions of the litur
Freddie is the son of Mr and
Mis David Rapchik. 765 Lenox
ave.. Miami Beach
An eighth grade itudtnl at Mi
ami Beach High School, he has
been in attendance at Knescth Is-
rael rallgioui school for the past
two yean.
taxing gueata present
Freddie's uncle, afaa h. rn stein, of
tlw Bronx, \ V Also in att
to be Featured
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will lee
ture on the "Excommunication of
Spinoaa" Sunday evening at the
Spinoaa Outdoor Forum, lith st.
and Ocean ct. Dr. Wolfson is the
author of "Sphraia l-ile of Rea
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Jack Kasdin. son of Mr. and
Mr?. Monis Kasdin, 16198 NE
lC'h eve.. North Miami Beach,
ance from Miami Beacfa I W1]\ become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
clcs and .amis Mr n k day morning. nov. 5, Qt North1
Kimh Mr. and lira Sol Boren-|Dada JewlSil Center Rubbi
stem and (oiisin Mis h\ eh 11 K.p.t ., ~,, ,. _._...._
So,., 39 couple, will honor I?""* ko!^ will officiate.
Freddie al a reception Saturday 'ack iS an ei9ht arado s,udent'
evening in Michel's Normandj at North M.ami Senior High
hoshcr restaurant, M0 71st si School.
Severly Jaccbson
Bas Mitzvah
Beverly Joy Jacobson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs David JarOoson,
:;7i!i s\v 2nd at. will become u.>-
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov. 5.
at (oral Gable* ,lw,sh (enter.
Babbl Morns skop will officiate,
with Cantor Irving RobinsOn ren-
dering the musical portions oi the
lit ui
Beverly has attended religious
school for everaJ years and plans
to continue her studies An eighth
grade student at Kinloth 1'ark Jun-
ior High S( hool. she is also a mem-
ber ot the (ilee Club.
Beverly is a student director
and participates in various activi-
ties at the school. Following serv-
ices, there will be a Kiddush in the
Has Mitzvah's honor.
She will be hostess at an open
house for her friends on Saturday
evening.
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Son horn (o Mr. and Mrs Louji
Asch. Oct. 14.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Genet. Oct. 15
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marwin
C'a.vsel. Oct. 15.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Herbert Green Oct. 15.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall Goldblatt. Oct. 15.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Weiss. Oct. 16.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
njetzgar. Oct. 17.
..Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
<1iarle.s Gottlieb. Oct. 20..
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
\rdri,..t,-
Phihppa Weine. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Weine
630 7S:h St.. will become Bas
Mitzvah Saturday morning, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Philippa. a student at Beth
Sholom religious school, is in
the eighth grade of Nautilus
Junior High School.
Morton Lang. Oct. 20.
Son born to Mr and Mrs Mclvin
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Son born to Mr and Mrs Leon-
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Silherman. Oct. 22
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
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Harold Hershoff. Oct. 24.
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Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bloch. Oct. 26.
Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Milton
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Burn Mortgage' Drive at Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-EI. of Miami i
Beach launched a "burn the mort-
gage" campaign lor $300,000 Sun-
day morning at a breakfast meet-
ing at the Temple
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bert Jackson, with great granddaughter
Judy Gordon happ ly looking on.
for a Day" is attired in a silver
At Mrs. Sterne's left is daughter
jfonte Selig. At her right is Mrs. Her-
pAHDDAUGHJtR ESCORTS MRS. ST, RNE TO TABLE
)}i. Birthday Brings Salute from four Generations
,lii,;i- wen ipresented at a 90th
Jar!', re ebraK rl by Mr*. RotiM Sterne and
IrFfirlaj Scene ol the festivities was a
r a Saturday luncheon nt
. Shore- I <>untr\ Club.
ernp'; daughter is Mrs. Monte Selig. well
i Jewish community worker.
Dumerous | anthropk and civic cnleav-
ng the third generation was Mrs.
jUghter. Mrs Stuart Cordon.
fourth generation pretty Judy Gordonvthe
rdjni' daughter, presented congratulations
mdmother's birthday to Mrs. Sterne.
emc was bom Oct. 28. 1865. in New Or-
oneol eight sisters and a brother. Until
she lived in Selma. Ala. Her
sweetheart. Marcus Sterne, subsequently
ejusband The couple had three children. ,
"\|r.. Ui i Isaac and Frederick.
erne- left Selma when the children were
je (0 | vcr epidemic. Arrived in
Invert taken in by strangersthe Selig
cousin ol the family. Monte, later
annic- husband.
when Fannie and Monte moved to Miami,
* came along with the couple. She now
hiidron and five great grandchil-
hiidren include Marion Sterne, of New
in! Mrs. Baum, of Montgomery, Ala..-
Mjuac; and Mrs. Cordon.'of Miami.
Jb Judy, great grandchildren incluile .
Urn Baum and Jon and Monte
|Hh\igorou< year. Mrs. Sterne still enjoy-
igame- a week -iin and bridgeand thinks
id help her grandson-ta-law, Stuart, improve
[game "if he'll only let mebut he won't."
.. she enjoy movies, visiting friends, at-
Bftflcerts and joining daughter Fannie at
ltommunit\ affairs.
m
toe by :renidcnV Samuel N, Fried
land, announced .at the session that
the total pledges have already pass-
ed the $200,000 mark.
Rose also announced that a
celebration dinner at which the
mortgage will be burned has been
scheduled for Nov. 27. at ihe Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Ben F. Danbaum,
Joseph M. Lipton and Benjamin G.
Kline were named by Friedland to
serve as co-chairmen with Rose.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, re-
ported that $200,000 was pledged
at Kol Nidre services this year.
Payment of the $300000 mort-
gage-will leavf^empio Kmanu El
with pajtdup synogot'uv valued
at $1,500,880 ^k.
Max BrVderman, Leo NBBblnson
and Samuel Lipton were named co-
chatrmen of the dinner. A pro-
gram committee, headed by George
Talianoff, Samuel J. Halperin,
Hank Meyer and David Levinson
was named for the dinner.
Harry Sirkin and Charles Frucht-
man were appointed honorary
chairmen for the drive.
Continue to Elect .
RALPH F. "Frank" MILES
To Councilman of Hiaieah
PULL LEVER 11 A NOV. 8th
ll'.l Pol .lil I
Mrs.. Roeine Sterne i~ accompanied to her table
on the Cffm of great granddaughter Judy to the
tune oi "Pomp and Circumstance."
Liintfepop theme in her honor was "Queen for a
Dsjy." 3id Mrs Sterne wore a silver crown and
"il rtla\;fctr.....' at th.a. table on the arm of great
granddoHtshier -Jjudfl to Ihe tune of "Pomp and
Circiim|t.-^ce.^Colors of the table were pink and
silver, with Hibiscus decorating the potted shrubs of
the club room.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Isaac Sterne
. -Atlanta, and Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson, originally
of New'York, and now of Sarasota, Fla.
Thank You for Your Vole and Support October 25fh
APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE NOVEMBER 8th
INDEPENDENT of All Groups and Factions
HIAIEAH NEEDS
A Cooncilmon for All the People
RE-EIECT A QUALIFIED WAN TO REPRESENT YOU
GOOD GOVERNMENT IS YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY
Continue to protect your investment in Hiaieah Re-Elset
M. I Mil!) THOMPSON
YOUR COUNCILMAN LEVER 16 A
INDEPENDENTNot connected with any group or fraction, obligated
only to the citizens of Hiaieah.
QUALIFIED Resident of Hiaieah 32 years. General contractor in
H:.iieah 12 years. Married, property owner. Active in Church,
School, Fraternal. Labor and Civic affairsfor many years.
ABLE Member of your Council. Appreciate your continued support
VOTE fOR THE RETIREMENT PLAN FOR
OUR CITY EMPLOYEES
(Pel. Pot. Adv.)
PULL LEVER 17A
Youth
integrity
Ability
ROBERT
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YOUR CANDIDATE
H fi'y Commission Group 3
NATIVE MIAMIAN
1 our VOTE and Support
appreciated"
To My Many Friends:
[ surely appreciate your help in my campaign"
COME ON IN!
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Phone 3-5553
(I'd. Pol. Adv.)
Couple Mark
50th Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. Simon R. Blatteis,
,435 South Shore dr.. Miami Beach.
! celebrate their 55th wedding anni-,
i versary with a dinner at the Sax-:
lony hotel. Friday.
Dr. Blatteis, a retired physician,
practiced for 50 years in Brooklyn.
N.Y.. at which time, on his retire-
ment, a dinner was given him by
his friends and colleagues at the :
Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York ;
: City. He was chief of medical serv-
I ice at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital
;and i> now consulting physician
' there.
His daughter. Mrs. Edward Wer-
ner. of ('.real Neck, LI. is flying;
in for this party, as well as his son j
and .daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Victor L. Blatteis. of Great Neck.
VOTE FOR AN,
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
EDWIN J. FREY
To Your Hiaieah Council
Civic Leader... Businessman ... Veteran
Charter Supporter Union Man
REMEMBER NOVEMBER 8th PULL LEVER 8 A
TOR BETTER GOVERNMENT
(I'd Pol AcH
THANK YOC tor your Vote
October 25
Appreciate Your Continued
Support and Vote November 8
Floyd Kemp
A Hiaieah Businessman
For Your Hiaieah Councilman
PULL LEYER 9 A NOV. 8th
(Pi. POt. Adv.)
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Page MB
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DAVMD SCHWARTZ
Frida
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Has Anyone Heard of Physicist Dr. Tabor?
When the Wright brothers flew
their first aeroplane at Kitty
Hawk. N.C.. a paragraph appear-
ed in a few newspapers. Thafs
all.
I haven't seen mueh more than
that about the visit to this coun-
try of Dr. H. Tabor, of the Na-
tional Physical Laboratory of Is-
rael. Dr. Tabor is bound for
Phoenix. Ari/., where he is to
participate, as this column ap-
pears, in a symposium on Applied
Solar Energy Research.
Dr. Tabor has developed a
>olar engine which has commer
cial possibilities. Scientists in
many parts of the world have
been working on the problem of
getting some of the energy which
the sun with a munificient hand
-catters all about us. In Amer-
ica .scientists have already de-
\ Hoped the means by which
houses may be moderately warm-
id. and in Americus. (la the Bell
Telephone Co. is even experi-
menting with a telephone run by
sun power.
But the Tabor engine is uid
to go beyond than all this It ll
rated some 20 percent more effi-
cient than any other solar en-
gine thus far developed. The
Tabor engine will soon be tried
out for the first time industrially
to generate steam power to work
the Dead Sea chemical plant.

In the midst of the great excite
ment in Israel about the finding
ot oil. the members of the Knc-
-ft in a body turned out to wit-
ness a demonstration of the solar
engine.
Ben Gurion wanted to know il
the engine could be used to dis
till sea water to make it avail-
able for irrigation He was told
that it could do this but at a pro-
hibitive cost Ben Qttftofl was ex-
cited when he was told that it
was commerciallv feasible to re-
ttETH StEROTY
Hearings End Yields Strife
Sharp differences in approach, perhaps fundamental ones, among !
Jewish organizations were brought to light as a result of the now ]
cancelled controversial Senate religious liberty hearings
The dispute over the value of the Senate nib-COtnmittec hearings
on religious freedom was Widespread. It divided the Senate sub-corn-1
mittee staff, various faiths, and even organizations representing the |
same faith Among Jewish groups, for example, the American Jewish
( ommittee and the American Jewish Congress reacted differently to
the hearings which were to deal with the separation of church and
state clause of the First Amendment The National Conference of
Christians and Jews had yet another viewpoint
Christian groups also lined up on opposite sides An organization
composed of liberal Protestants called Protestants and Other Ameri-
cans United for Separation ol Church and State" urged the hearings,
while Roman Catholics opposed them. Methodist, were strong for the
Baptists and Lutheran- opposed
La-t August the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights ;,n-
thal [01 the tirst time m the history id Congress Americans
will be consulted in a more direct fashion than ever bi lore on infringe
- ni rights guaranteed under the first amendment and on conflict
' :- "1 that article ol the Bill of Rights The -ubcom
an eight part questionnaire designed to uncover atti-
jeel It w.i- available to anj interested individual,
rhe Ai h Committee did not release a statement of
is vi< thi hearings, but unofficial!) identified Israel with the
ed t" the u s,, ptember edition
i enturj nub of th< article entitled
h Watei the subcommittee was plunging into
that will produce "a national and wholly un-
0 held that the grievances an-in^ out
nendmenl must Ik> left to the courts
when the hearii en indefinite!) postponed, Dr Israel Gold-
president ot the American Jewish I criticized tue sub
mittee i"i t> i sectarian pressures n nization had
welcomed the hearings ..- a mean- ot stimulating "healths public dis
it believed that the bearings would provide a public forum
lebate < ..,1 is-ucs winch could then he Letter in
and possibl) resolvi
"Ami ih- Goldstein reminded the subcommittee,
I on the assumption that the People can he trusted in a dis-
sion "i ail public issue- it i- unthinkable therefore that the
committee should now reverse it- course and yield to pressures from
whatever -ource to suppress the open consideration of -o fundamental
.i question a- religious liberty "
According to tome, legitimati ins might well have existed to
cancel the religious hearings These Individuals point to such argu-
nts a- "Congress should not put itself in a po-ition to challenge the
courts unless it is prepared to support a change in the- First Amend
ment or even that "the religious animosity aroused would do more
harm than good.'*
frigerate homes with the engine
"We could cool all the homes m
the Negeb." exclaimed Ben Cur
io'n.

When Theodore Herzl wrote
"Das Judenstaat." he gave the
manuscript to a friend to read
The friend finished it and began
crying.
Herzl thought that the friend
had been touched by the vision
of the salvation of his people.
But the friend soon confided to;
Herzl that he was weeping on ac
count. The manuscript convinced
him that Herzl had lost his mind
and he was weeping at the trag
edy that had befallen a fine
man.
If Herzl suffered mental aber-
ration in becoming a Zionist, mil-
lions of others shared this aber-i
ration with him. But Herzl did;
have a rich, extravagant phan-
tasy that sometimes seemed to
overshoot the mark. Thus Herzl
predicted not only the establish-
ment of the Jewish State, but
went on to predict that refriger-
ation industry' would become one
of the major activities of the
Jewish State, and that Israel;
would show the world how to.
make the hot lands habitable.
Many people must have read j
this prediction with disbelief. j
But Herzl's prediction may be
coming true. The solar engine,
may refrigerate the Negeb and
the Arab states as well. Let us!
hope it will refrigerate their tern-1
pers as well as their skins
ON THE
~^U
MIDDLE EAST TENSIONS: Political, Soci.l ,.,
P New York H., ^*>n.
York: Harpor .nd
By HILARY MINDLIN
fatj
Theorfor Hcrif
. history said yet
S. A. MORRISON has lived in Egypt and the Ne
years, most of the time as a "lay missionary iJ*-
churches" Being neither Arab nor Jew the aiith, "-
analysis of the Middle East situation might have ,**
avoiding the pitfalls of partisanship into which mh *
fallen. In this aim. Mr. Morrison has succeeded adm V**
not managed to be completely impartial, at least he i '
It is only fair to point out, too. that his errors in m!!*6*'1-
those of omission, where, after giving the Arab or w?"
on a particular issue, he does not immediately, nor *>?'
counter with the answer of the opposition
It is often difficult to decide whether the author k
his own viewpoint or that of an aggrieved party and thi \J\
to be a drawback, especially in a book whose avowed
thus the basis for judgment of it. is accuracv of analysis
is a semi-mathematical sort of word, having nothing to do
as they ought to beonly with things As They Are
"Middle East Tensions" will certainly unsnarl for nan
the terribly tangled, confusing issues which have turned that
the world's principal "hot spot." Although Israel has been U
blameless in contributing to the growth of hostility, one of tal
striking aspects of the book is the constant revelation of Ar
tion and complete intransigeance. One wonders what in heal,
satisfy the Arabs, after learning that they have expressed L
the threat of bankruptcy to Israel, resulting from their own |
and boycott of her, might force Israel to try to expand _
territory. There are many similar cases of the Arabs wanting 1
their cake and eat it too.

THE FACT IS, as the Yemenite delegate told the I7t i
Assembly in December 1952: "In reality the issue to be s
between Israel and the Arab States, but between Israel
tine Arabs." The Arab States stepped in ostensibly to
ntcrests of the refugees; they now prefer to exploit tl
politically, in utter disregard of those interests, blithely obi
the misery of their own people. Not that this is anything i
rulers nave been largely unconcerned about their people fort
Mr. Morrison raises the interesting question of "whetherIj
civilization is itself essentially secular or Christian since the|
will be extremely important to the growth and adaptability 4 j
He wonders, too. whether Israel will not find herself, in
oriental, rather than a Western, country As to her relations'
sia. he points out that, although Israel rebuffed Russia'! frien
her "non-alignment" in the cold war and her support o! the 11
Korea decision, she cannot really afford to alienate the USSR:'
an still one.and a half million Jews in Russia, many of whonj
ike to emigrate"
The value of the book in presenting, without bias, 'he.
cannot be overestimated. I cannot imagine a Je whn is
victory at any cost, remembering his own long history ofpffl
and injustice A volution which irises II '" f"2l
even worthv of the name I do not believe, a- the author csj
that the Christian churches have roll m leadinj W|
ol the area 'into the way of peace" but Mr Moms* JT
his job. presumptuous as the suggestion must -ound to or
and Jew. 'What "1 do believe i- that understanding annm
and this is the battle which must be won because noth
hatred has ever been any good.
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I
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Interview With Jamali Proves Fruitful
M 1,1, WOM.EE
Cal Abrams on Move
Again
Baseball is still making news
this time in the person of Jewish
star Cal Abrams. Cal is on the
move once again. Next season
he will be with the Chicago White
Sox.
As a matter of fact, it wouldn't
seem like a new baseball season
if Abrams wasn't involved in a
player shift. He has done a lot
of traveling between clubs in his
career and has played in both
the National and American
Leagues.
The White Sox will be getting
Cal from the Baltimore Orioles,
where he served as outfielder.
The deal involved the trading of
infielder Bob Abrams of the Sox
to Baltimore.
Abrams had his best period in
the majors when he was with the
Dodgers and suddenly emerged
as a powerful hitter. However,
the sensational playing soon cool-
ed off, and Cal found himself up
against tough competition to
keep his outfield post
In his van..us travell he has
at times had more of an oppor
tunity to play regularly than he
did With the Dodgers Well, next
season is | new one. and it will
he Interesting to note how i ,,i
takes hold with the Sox
*
There's been some talk about
former baseball star Moe Berg
being offered a job of looking
after boxing to see that the sport
is kept on the up and up Wheth-
er anything will materialize re-
mains to be seen.
This wouldn't be the first time
that Moe Berg was in such a
"diplomatic" capacity. At one
time he served as a "good will"
ambassador to Latin America.
To some this former job of his
might sound strange.
UN receptions are unique in that they often serve
as incubation chambers" where vital world ques
tions fmd their ultimate solutions Take, for ex-
ample, the Burmese party held in the famous North
Delegates Lounge last week. Something happened
there which could never have occurred in any other
place The Foreign Minister of Iraq. Dr. Fadhil
Jamali, surprisingly, confided in the writer on the
important Israel-Arab issue.
Present at the reception, of course, were all the
leading delegates, the Secretary General and UN
newsmen Friendly enemies, drinking cocktails,
were seen mingling freely. Representatives of the
East and West exchanged pleasantries; the French
and the Arabs also, and the Indians and the Paki-
stanis Israels Ambassador Abba Eban with his
charming wife and colleagues were all on hand. So
EEO\ GUTTERMAN
was Egypt's Foreign Minister. DrMah
and the representatives of the otherAriM
spirit of eloofness. however, separated
groups. -,1
But the situation was quite different ]
Foreign Minister Jamali who.has Btp-
discussed in this column Warm>
writer and taking him by the handI.t
of manners. Dr. Jama!, muted him to*
at a nearby table. A most revealing
sued.
Appearing utterly sincere and speikjl
"as one human being to another. u.
vealed that his country and other UJJ
he knew of were ready to enter^into JJ,
with Israel provided the In'^^r
would be willing to act as meflaion^
Omnibus Fair' to Train Cameras on
Woi
omnibus, the brilliant award winning television
series which launched its fourth year on CBS Tele
vision earlier this month, announces a wide range of
Plans fr the coming season that include the "Omni
bus Worlds Fair" a series that will take viewers
all over the world to examine the present state of
civilization.
The "Omnibus Worlds Fair" will send its cameras
into various countries of the world, including Israel,
to find the most exciting currents in entertainment.
industry, military development, art. politics and h>
vention.
Eddie Cantor commented the other night: "Many
men and women enjoy popular esteem not because
they are known, but because they are unknown
The Great Lover arrived a. .' H0'1^,
other night with another *es"n *>
women swooned over-their wni 5tJfS,
marked that together the W ^ H]
enough hair on their chest to mis
grape. ,
n Use'
Studying the rising di> orce rate^'
States, a Beverly Hills lawyer rem -j
figures show that America is <*n.
the free." up evei I
"But the marriage rate is going ^
Danny Kaye pointed out. *
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tli.it
the underalgned, desiring tw engage Ii
liuninea under the rictltlnun nan.....f
NAN W1 i.i.i \M. .,. IM7 Baj
Miami Beach, Irrtenda to regl
name lth th.- Clerk of u,. .
i 'ourt of i '.ol.- louni y, Pioi bin
nan koven
10/14-81-28 11 l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 183935
MYKNA KAUFMAN BERNKTEIN,
Plaintiff,
va.
HARRY K.MKMAN nn.l
KI.IZAHKTH KAi l-M\.\. Defendanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY KAUFMAN and
ELIZABETH KAUFMAN
814 *ith Street
i alrmont, w.-at vii-Rinia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIEIEP
that MYHNA KAUKMAN HERN-
STEIN, a- rUlntiff. has filed a Coin-
plaint in the abnvc Court to foreclose
a Mortgage RRulnat the totlowlng real
froperty, lylint and ueina situate In
>ade County. Florida, to-wit:
Ix>U 1, 2. and J. In Block of
TRfiPICAI, ACRES, according to
the Plat therenf, recorded In Plat
Book 4H at Pag,. H2 of the Public
Records of 1 >ade County. Elorlda,
Uagether with the Imprpvements
thereon.
You are required to serve a copy of
our Answer or other plcadinit upon
Plalntlffi. Attorney. MH.TON \
FRIEDMAN. 108.3 SeyiMild RuildlnE.
Mui.nl. Florida, and to file the oriain.nl
of said Anawer or other pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the above
Court, on or before the 14th day of
November. 19SS. If von fall to do
an, judgment by default will ho taken '
against you for tin: u-lief rcipi.
In the Complaint.
I i.it.il at Miami. Florida, this |!th
day of October.
1. n. WEATHERMAN,
dark cii.ini Curt
r i, RNEEPEN,
(Circuit Curt Se.iy Deputy Clerk
10/14-21-28 ll/tr___________________
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51850
Notice U hereby gi^etl tkal REN
BOSKIN, I...Id. i .i- aasignei if City
Of Miami Tax Bale Certificate Num-
bered l.v.J. ii.it...I the lal day of June,
A D, 1M. ha- filed said Certlfli ate
in my office, and has made api
tlon for tax i|e, i to laaue thereon in
accordance itii law Said Certificate
ambracaa the follow inn described
property, situated In I Mil. County,
l-i.i Ida, to-wll
lt Block 13, Subdivision of the
Dale MlUer Tract Addition Nu
her One. l'lnt Book -'. Page Hi in
the city ot Miami, County of
Da.le. State of Florida.
Tbe assessment of ald. property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of UNKNOWN. In lea* said
Certificate shall lie redeemed scold-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 9tb day. of November, a.d.
iiated this 4th day of O.-tober. A.D.
E. B. I.KATHKHMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By N. C. STKRRETT.
{Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
10/7-14-21-28 11/4 ______
LEGAL. NOTICB
pN, bcAR.^ircu,t court" o7~the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ri.niiT ,S
AND FOR DADE COUNTY "plbk
;;h\ .-ariti-a .nd
Ml..-. .i"H.\ CARPITA, bli aife
suit for mortgage
to ,,v.fore:closure
"' JOHN CICCARIKL.IO, alao
known a> JOHN CHK \i:i:i.i i
ANOBI.A PIC(-ARlELt.O,
Al.l.l.l.l. 1,1-
Avenue, pntarl i California
b J?"' "l|lx i'Iivai:iki,i,i, alao
known a. JOHN CHICAREUJ, and
, \\- M-. lV''":l-L" I0 '-""""
t'A CHICARrXU, hla wife,
by notified that a Complaint
J'. :i '"' "- of Mortgage on the
(""owing described property-, >||
'"I being In Pad. County, Flor-

y?I5 "' ;""' -- '' PARADISE
KAKK, a.......ding to the plat
"......' recorded In Plat Hook 15
at page .v. of the Pu...... Recorda
of 1 lade t ounty. Florida.
'''v !.....[' fl|i-d agarnet you and vou are
.iiiir.-d to aei re a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of ('.....-
Plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney
'fcRE CHERTKOF, 107 Olympla
Building, -Miami M, Florida, and file
'''.....iginai Answer or Pleading in
th.- office of the Clerk of the Circuit
ourt on or before, tin lxth da\ of
November, 1955. if you fail to do ao
ludrment by default win be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JKWISII FDORIDIAN
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lMh day of October, A.D.
1*5$.
K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
I Mde County, Florida
Bj W.M \V STIH'KINii.
(Circuit Courl Seal) Deputy clerk
(3EORQE CHERTKOF
Attorney ror Plaintiff
807-810 I llympla Building
Miami :',.'. Florida
l" 21-28 II 4-11
r
,/'MIN "' I III
a. H.v-
Demsnds Agalnal Said
i. ,.f
i hereby
" pres.'iit any
----- you. or
"nst the
d late
* *'jan.'l," wh(
L?mvc
' Ci
1 'oiintv et cased late
la. to ,.,.. Hon-
'th, I'-oie Cunty.
Wiia. '. Coun-
claims
!"*" i ;;L-" *
""led 1 '" '
I. oi
r -be Us, Will
Krawi.* Kap
IM-
Idresa
I'll to
same
K jjf*.
l^N
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 51012
Notice Is hereby given that MAX R
SILVER, Trustee, holder as assignee
of citv of Miami Tax Sale Certificate
Numbered 4.C.. dated the 1st .lav of
June. AD. 1858, has filed said Certlfl-
m my office, and has mad. ap-
plication for tax deed to Issue thereon
In accordance with law Said Certifi-
cate embrace" the following described
property, situated in l>ade County,
Florida, to wit
l.ot it, Blk 4, flarden Clt>", I I"
Book 5, Page 7.1. In the City of
Miami. County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
der the Certificate issued was In the
name of UNKNOWN. I'nleas said
certificate shall '"' redeemed a
lug to law. tax d.ed will issue thereon
on the 9th day of November, Ai'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996
l.l'Cll.l.i: KAI.I'H AT. Plaintiff.
\
HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO HENRY MICHAEL KALPHAT,
^7 o|.| Hope Road, I.C-'llalie.I.
JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST
INDIES
Y. thi said HENRY MICHAEL
KALPHAT, are hereby notified that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce tiai
been filed against you. and you are
required serve copj of your An-
swer : Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
Phillip <; i:n.;i:i.i:kp.i;. sot Roper
Bl.lg., -' B.E. Crd Avenue Miami :'.-.
Florida, C.S.A., and file tbe original
Answer Or Pleading in the office of
the cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21st day of November, 190,
If Mm fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded fit the Bill of
. 'omjilaint.
This notice shall 1" published once
each week for four cenaecnthre weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, Ibis Hth day of October. A.D.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
I lade County, Florida.
By I. SNEEDEN.
i Court Seal I IVputy Clerk
PHILLIP O. ENOELBERU,
Attorney for Plaintiff
MM Roper Building, N si.. :'.rd Aw.
Miami 12, Florida
I.. 21-28 ii 4-11
19j.>.
Dated
19:.:,.
this 4th day of October, A D
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of Circuit Court.
1 >aile Count\. Florida
liv N c. bTBRRETT.
(circuit curt seal) Deputy Cl" rk
10/7-14-21--K 1W4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IH HEREBY OIVhN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnes under the fictitious name ;
ALTON O LARS A MIRK"!'., at 1434
Alton Road. Intends to reglater said
name with tbe Clerk of tbe Ircuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
JACOB STEIOBR. Sole Uwnei
10/14-21-28^1/4 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, daelrlng to engage in
buslnes under the fbtitiou- name oi
.1 I. TIM .-KIN'!, at 7'. NV
t. Illaleah. intends to reflate I
name with the Clerk "'"'' ""
cult Court ol Had. C .unt) M-i 'I.'
JACK le\ V. Sole Ownei
28 11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IB hTrEBy'.IIVEN that
tbe undersigned. deslrltiK t Mage in
indeg the I'.'v'ii k
SHOE STORE, al 10 v,li:V',r ~ ,j
Coral rjabiea, Intends to.refteter> aaia
name with the Clerk of the I Ircuit
.our, f pad. c..uov ,;,::,::;-,,,..
Morton beicel
Attorney for Applicant
904 Hlscavne Bldg.
10/21-28 11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- un.lersl.ned. desiting to engage In
husines under the fictitious name of
KAYS bar. at I2S1 \\ ,Flafk r
Street. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk o( the Clrenlt court
,,i Hade County. Florida
1 VIOLA JOLLIFFE
WINIFRED POEHLMAN
KESSLEB OARS
\ttoin. \s for Appllcanta
I7S2 W. Flafler St.
10 ll-Jl-ll ll/
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.- underalgned, desiring to engage in
bualnea. m.....' '^th^ Ml
c |{ BAR. at W3 N W. 8th A\... -mi
.ml Ha. Intends to icgsit.r
;,;;;:,.. h -.,. net* -'-"id., vl
Court of Da.le County. Florida.
SAMUEL FOOEL (aole owner)
KESSLBR OARS
attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flaglfi Btreet
- 11/4-H-I8 _______
NOT,CE nUaNm>e:RlaFw:T,T,0US
MOTICE IB HEREBY QIVBN that
tha underalgned, dealrlng to engage in
.;,.'' Ave Miami Beach. Intends to
Eloil.la. K .YMU|{ ,-.'RP.
MONROE DIXON
vppllcant
pi S 11 -''"' ^__________,____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
votIce i^^i^cves thai
''""'" 'ui'iSKM-vRV F NEWTON
CCRTIHS B NEWTON
iSt'BS "Miami 32. Fla.
10/21-28 ll/ill
Page 15B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
NONCE is IIKRKIiY OIVEN that
tne underalgned, desiring to engage in
bualnea undei the fictitious name of
A BOUIPMENT sales, at 8098
N.w, 17th Avenue, Intend to register
' i "'me with the Clerk of the Cll -
.nit > ourt rrmwde routlty, Florida.
PATRICK ANT.iNEI.I.I
WAVP E^EfV^ '1:SAK
Attorn, j for \ c Equipment 8
."i Blscayne Building
ll |-||
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^"TIck is HEREBY OIVEN that
d, dealrlng to engage In
indei the fictitious nan, of
1)1 SCAN MOTORS COMPANY (nol
in. i. at i isn N.W 38tn btreet, Miami,
Florida, in.end to register said
with the Cl. ik ..f the Circuit Court of
I lade < iiiit), Florida
HARRY SOROSKY
EI.RY BTONBEUOBNE BOROHK*
An..i n. y i..i Duncan Motora
Company mot Inc.)
11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engau In
bualneaa under the fictitious name "f
CLUB SEVENTY 170), at iiuTi Co
A\.\. intends to reglater said
with the CJerk ol the Circuit '
..f Dade Cbunty, Florida.
KAYWEIN Cl >R1 .
MONROE DJXON
AttOI ne) for Applicant
171". Coral Way
11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng to engaffc In
buslnea undei the fictitious nami ol
FLORIDA SALES CO., at 822 NE
.'"b Street, Intend to reflate)
name with the clerk of ihe Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
WILLIAM KROLAND
LARRY BCHLOSBERO
10/21-28 11 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busine* under the fictitious name of
VILLAGE TAVERN, at 49111 N.W
17th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register Bald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Da.le County.
Florida.
GEORGE P. M1NHY
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney lor Applicant
2520 West Flagle.- St., Miami, Florida
10/21-28 11/4-11 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
buelnea under the fictitious name of
KIRK" JEWELERS, at 26 N E. 1st
Ave., Miami, Fla., fntenda to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Ooiii t ,,f i iade County, Florida.
KIRK JEWELERS, INC.
SH M'lll' A I RIED, Attorneys
Attornej for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
1" 21-28 114-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36449A
In It. : ESTATE <>F'
SARA JAMROZ, I.e. eas. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against BjaM
Estate:
You. and each Of you. are hei.l.y
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of SARA JAMROZ. deceased
late "f Dade County. Florida, t<> the
lion W. F. BI.ANT. IN and F'RANK
DOWL4NO, County Judges of Da.le
County, and file the same in his office
in the County Courthouse In Dade
Cotintv. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the dale of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address ..f
the claimant and to be sworn to and
ited as aforesaid, or same will
he barred. See Section 120 of the 1981
Pi ..bate Act.
I Mte October 11. A.D. 195."..
FRANCIS J. JAMROZ
As Administrator of the
F>tate of
SARA J. JAMROZ.
I lece.i-.il
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Administrator
(07 olvmpia Building. Miami 12, Fa*.
In 21-28 11/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 30600A
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH HUTNER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Batate: ,
You. .md each of you are hereby
notified and re.piii.-d to preaenl any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JOSEPH HUTNER, deceas-
ed laic of I Mde County, El..i Ida, t> the
H.......able County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
ra in the County Courthou* in
I Mde County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. BaM claims
Or demsnds U) contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
Will be bailed See Section e.ll.lS or
th,. 1943 Probate Act.
Date octolapr 17. A.D. 19.....
HERBERT H HUTNER
MILTON HUTNER
BERNARD HUTNER
SYLVIA MEHI.EK
As Executors of the I,ast Will
and Testament of
.1. iSEPH HPTNER, 1 ised.
HERBERT II HUTNER
IK,:, Drexel Ave.. Miami Ht-uch. Fla.
attorney for Bernard Hutner
108 Olympla Bldf., Miami
p. n-28 ll 4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil EN
Igned, dealrlng to engage in
i. Km. si under the f.< ii'i iu nai
l i.i B I IFTEEN l.i. al 14
Ave., intend* to resist. ;
lib the ci.-ik of the "Ircull I "ouri of
I lad,. I 'ounty, |. lorMa
KAVK.M CORP.
MONROE DIXON
At tori for \ pplic.int
IT"" i '..i.u Waj
I" ^s II 1-11-18
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 32725-B
RK: ESTATE Ok
HARRY M. ROSENTHAL, Dec< I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICB Is hereby given that I h'lVO
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as AdmrntaTrHtrl* of
the .state of HARRY M. ROBEN-
THAL, deceased; and that on
2.th day of November, I94J, i will
apply to the Honorable FRANK B
imiwi.i.nc,. County Judge of Pad.
County. Florida, for approval of
final report and for final discharge
b Administratrix of the Estate of
HARRY M. ROSENTHAL, deeee
This 24Ch day of (K-tol^r. I9ES
RPTII C. M. DONALD
PAI.LOTT. SILVER Mll.l.'iY
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SHORTS
MEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
Emanu-Ei
BONN (WNS>The Ancient Synagogue of Worms, oldest Jewish
edifice in Central Europe and one of the greatest centers of Jewish
scholarship in the Middle Ages, is to be reconstructed under a plan
which calls for the federal Government, the State of the Rhineland
Palatinate and the City of Worms to contribute equally to the costs of
clearing the site of rubble.
LONDON (JTA)Official German documents which would add con-
clusive proot of the innocence of e'apt. Alfred Dreyfus, central (inure
in the treason case which rocked France at the turn of the century.
may be among papers recently returned to Germany h> the Russian
occupation forces. Dr. Bruno Weil of New York said in a lecture here
The innocence of ('apt DreyfUJ has been established '"beyond a doubt.
Dr. Weil said.
and Jewish history He was the editor of the hittory section of the
jewisfl Enreelopedla" published hi Rutatm-betwee* *f08 and 1913!
and later was coedttor of, the -History of the JeWlate People." also1 a
published in Russian. j AClUlt .
---------------------_ -.----------------------------- | Samuel Friedl,Bd
TEL AVIV ,JTA)-Maj Gen. E L. M. Hums, the United Nations' nounced^h?""0: **
truce supervision chief, told the Tel Aviv Rotary etab tha* be saw nolgun for ZrfWr
hope of success in peace negotiations betwben-Isrbel frd the Arab*Temples !, J*
States so long as neither side was prepared to rOMee-lts conditions, studies ,? *
1 He expressed the belief that lefereadotp. rthcld n both sides of the'nesdav miSK*
demarcation line, would show that the people- prefeijred even the ",WBIn-
present situation to a state of war titut*,
HP
wbieh
-----------------" 15ears'C!s0daby ,heT""*
Or. Blumenthal to Speak Kkkott Luncheon Thursday A,ca* "> tor A***
Nov. 10. at
Lousie
of the Jewish The3
nary ol America
PARIS i.lTA'An overflow audience which gathered here to hear
an address on The Christian In the Fa* ol Anti Scmitism," I
Father Riquet ol the Cathedral "I Notre Dame remind them ol the
number of Popes who had condemned anti-Semitism Father Riquet
said that the Pope- have "determined my attitude He pledged to COfl
tinue his finht against racism Grand Rabbi Jacob Kaplan expressed lo
the meeting the gratitude of French Jewry tor what Christians did for
persecuted Jews during the Nazi occupation ol France in World War II
ROME (JTA) Protests by Arab diplomates in Italy to the Italian
Government and the Mayor of Florence against the presence of a dele
gathion of bnel'l mayor* at a world congress of mayors in that city
have been rejected out of hand by Mayor La Pira of Florence Mayor
La Pira pointed out that mayors of leading cities in the Arab states
had been invited, as well as the Mayor of Jerusalem and other Israel;
cities, but had chosen not to attend. Besides, he continued, he never,
would have excluded from the conference the mayor of "GodV capital."
flASm FROM THE HEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA)A gang of some 50 Moslem youth invaded Sidi Mar-
doum. a Jewish quarter of this city, and beat up a number of Jews on
the streets. They also raided and sacked a car and several -hops. No
one was seriously injured, but the gang made off with considerable
loot.
ISTANBUL WNS>Strong measures against the recurrence of
anti-Jewish activities which emerged during the recent anti (ireek
riots in the country were promised here this week by Turkish authori-
ties to a Jewish delegation headed by Grand Rabbi Raphael Saban
The delegation pointed out that a feeling of insecurity existed among
Turkish Jews as a result of the recurrent incidents, among them the
painting of swastikas on Jewish homes m Yenikoy. suburb of Istanbul.
CASABLANCA (JTA>Dr. Aron Syngalowski. president of the
World ORT Union, announced this week a new program of special
short courses in trade school training in four centers in Morocco and
Tunis. The courses will be given for some 1.400 students ranging in age
Iron 17 to 40. I nder the program the students will be trained as build
ing workers, tractor operators and locksmiths within the nejrt 9 to 12
months. Centers at which the courses will be given include Casablanca.
Marrakesh. Meknes and Tunis
Dr Seymour M Blumenthal. eon-1 On Jhursday noon.
suiting psychologist and marriage the Delmonica hotel the Lousie- with the Bureau 0,
counselor, will In- guest lecturer of, Brandew chatflrt*the American t.on ol Greater Mju
the Beth David PTA on Monday Jewish Congress.wjJJ hold a kick-'8ram is under the*
evening. Nov. 7. 1953 Its subject f{ luncheonYbV&se funds for :
their Louise WateVman Wi
hi Ir\
will he "The Emotional Aspecti >t
the Jewish Child Dr. Blumenthal
is -i specialist in the emotional
problems of both adults and chil-
dren He has l.een certified by the
American Board of F.xaminers in
Professional Psychology who have
granted him a Diplomat in the spe-
cialty of Clinical Psychology.
ise Hos-
leader
Durini
""eater Miana.
under the i
ng Lehrnm
tel in Israel. tfe'Vftir will be the | to wi?". Sf* 52 hwtl
io iuio a.m., courses'
first of a senf'S^tuf* run through-1 ed in elementary
out the winter miMtfis
of reservations are The
In charge | Prayer hook Hebrew Twi
Mesdames f.n,l'l,;ll "Sl* Jews Who
i ioriviiuiu air witr mcsciames ... ......-..a na
Larry FhedW ia'cV'Janoff. Syd-lJlH le ^fiSil
' i win r>e given dunnj iki
ney Finger, and Jack Paulen. I hour, 1045 to 11,30 1*
CASABLANCA (JTA)Entrance to the mellah of Marrakesh has
been forbidden to Moslems in order to protect Jews living there. The
new rule followed a number of incidents which occurred there earlier
in the week.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
WASHINGTON (JTA)Although Iraq is signatory to an anti Com
munist defense pact, many leading Iraqis are contributing to the Egyp-
tian arms fund drive which will be used to buy arms from the Commu-
nist bloc, accord to a Bagdad broadcast. The Iraqi Ambassador here,
said last week after seeing Secretary of State Dulles that Iraq would
prefer to buy arms from the West but docs not mind taking arms from
its "enemy. '
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)- Emile Najar. Israel delegate on the
General Assembly's Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee, told
the committee that he sees no reason for adopting resolutions which
the member states are not ready to implement. Najar directed his re
marks specifically to the first article of the proposed human rights
covenants under discussion now. The first article deals with the right
of self-determination. Since Israel accepts that right on principle but
knows that some countries are not as yet ready to act in accordance
with that principle, it will abstain when the issue comes to a vote.
MEXICO CITY (JTA)A special ceremony in the synagogue of
Mexican Indian Jews was held here when Dr. Mordecai Shoshkes. Jew-
ish writer, presented a Torah to their group, known as "B'nai Elohim "
The Torah was a gift from Capt. Joshua Goldberg, chief JewMi chap-
lain of the United States Navy. The leader of the Indian Jews. Baltasar
Laureano Ramirez, thanked the donors of the Torah on behalf of the
group. Mexico's Indian Jews claim descent from the forced converts
of Mexico, who were compelled to hide their Jewishness by the In-
quisition.
NEW YORK (JTA)The United States Government should use all
its resources and every "bit of strength" it can exert to check an arma-
ment race in the Middle East, Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota
urged here at the 13th biennial convention* of the Women's American
ORT.
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JERUSALEM (JTA)The West German draft amendment to the
German Federal Indemnification Law, which is designed to remedy
inequities in that measure, has been forwarded to the Federal Council,
the upper house of the West German Parliament. The draft had previ-
ously been approved by the Adenauer Cabinet.
TEL AVIV (JTA)Dr. Mark Wischnitzer. Jewish historian and
social worker, was found dead in his room at the Larkon hotel here,
apparently the victim of a heart attack. He was 73. A resident of the
United States and professor of history at Yeshiva university, he was
visiting Israel. Born in Rovno, Russia. Dr. Wischnitzer was educated
at the Universities of Vienna and Berlin and specialized in Russian
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