The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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U0H DRAFTS HUMAN AGAIN TO CHAIR 1956 CM CAMPAIGN... See Story Page 2A
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[29_-Nurobr45
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 11, 1955
Price 20
Kfffl SCHWARTZ ML BE SPEAKER
ihe Sharett Miami Visitor;
To Appear at Bond Function Here
CONFERENCE DKIDt mil
imittee to Co-Sponsor
With the official announcement
this week that Israeli Foreign Min-
ister Moshc Sharett had been
granted approval by the Knesset
to visit the United States in be-
half of the Israel Bond drive, ex-
citement mounted here for Wed-
ncsday's Dinner of State honoring
the second Prime Minister of Is-
rael
More than 300 persons are ex-
'pected to attend the Kala function
at the Fontainehleau hotel, spon-.
nred by the Greater Miami chap-i
ter oi the Guardians of Israel. In-
. 'dividual-, who have purchased a
jtcommumh rally has been called to meet the crisis 01 Israel mjnjmiim ()f si,000 in bond* this
pddle Ea-t. The event will be held on Thursday evening. Nov. year or wn,, have so,(, S2000 jn
mi's Bay front park. bonds for the dinner are eligible to '
ding to Maurice Sums, chairman of the Zionist Council of attend, chairman Samuel Fried
liami. the meeting will be held under auspices of the Council jan(j reported.
stion with the Greater Miami chapter of the American-! Some reservations still are avail-
i Palestine Committee. Co-chairmen of the latter group are able, Friedland said.
^McCaffrey and Dr. II. Franklin Williams. Sharett, who will be feted for!
The decision to mobilize opinion his 23 monthe' service as Prime
.of the Greater-Miami community. Minister, will arrive at Mianri in-1
was reached by local Zionist lead-' ternational airport. Eastern Air
following a series of
mist Roily
-Over Near
as Concern
East Mounts
-. .
FOREIGN MINISTER MOSHE SHARETT
New Gunfire Shatters Easy Truce
On Seething Negev Boundary Line
**
T
. 1. PUNKLIN WltlUMS
mwioHs
crs following a series of emer-
gency meetings attended by repre-
sentatives ef nearly all the nation-
al agencies and organizations of
the area.
Similar community meetings are
being held in 20 major cities of the
United States, local Zionist leaders
have been informed by their na-
tional headquarters in New York
City. These cities stretch all
across America and include Chi-
cago, New York, St. Louis, Atlanta.
I Minneapolis, Los Angeles and oth-
ers.
I A nationally-known speaker will
1 address the assemblage, it has been ;
! announced by the local speaker's
committee headed by Mrs Mae
;Weinstein Dr. Williams, vice pres-
ident of the University oi Miami,
land other civic and religious lead-
ers will also participate in the pro-
gram.
"In response to the mounting dc-
BULLET IN-
American. British, French and
Soviet Ambassadors to Israel ar-
rived at Tel Aviv airport late
Wednesday to sec Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett off to the
United States.
Sharett is reported now going
to Washington to plead for arms,
in addition to attending Israel
Bond affairs. A few minutes late
in arriving at the airport, he
missed Soviet Ambassador Alex-
ander Abramov, who walked out
on Sharett in a huff.
Israeli officials tried to explain
that the inclement weather was
the cause of Mr. Sharetfs sev-
eral moment-long delay, but Ab-
ramov would not change his
mind.
Jewish
is Oppose
lion Plans
[YORK school teaching of so-
il ind spiritual values,"
on core" of religious be-
ithe "tactual" or "objec-
~* ng of religion was ex-
> joint statement of
*d Wednesday by the
Inbbinic and congregation-
tf Reform. Conservative
Judaism and a num-
Jewish civic bodies
1 community councils.
**">nt was approved by
W^ Council of Amer-
'** National Community
Advisory Council, and
C* l"c latter. A total of
organizations are rep-
JW these two coordinating
PjJtion of Principle:"
iv h 5anlM*'ons assert-
J2**Ply concerned with
gf^on and are making
[ t0 bring religious
on P.o, oA
mand by all Jewish groups In Dade Lines terminal, at 2 pm Wednes-
county. this community rally is be-,day. After W^Jto>mtag eJ
ing called to determine how Mi-!monies, he will procecJ to .Miami
smianc rauirH t ho MIITMll ihrCat BeaCtl.
ing
amians regard the current threat
to Israel's existence and how to
meet it," said local leaders of the
Zionist Council.
"Many organizations have been
working in harmony and in unified
spirit to rouse He interest and .Greater Miami committee for State
Mr. and Mrs. Friedland will be
host to a formal reception for the
Trustees of Israel at their home
prior to the dinner.
Jacob Sher, chairman
Special
JERUSALEM Gunfire again
shattered the uneasy truce on Is-
rael's borders Wednesday, with
Egyptian and Israeli sources is-
suing conflicting stories on what
apparently was the same battle.
The latest action took place along
the Negev desert boundaries.
Cairo Wednesday reported that
four Israeli armored cars pene-
trated Egyptian territory, with
four Israelis killed and eight oth-
ers wounded. The Egyptian story
admitted an Egyptian soldier
wounded.
An Israeli spokesman, on the
other hand, said Egyptian forces
invaded Israel and were driven
off after a 45-minute fire fight.
No casualty figures were immedi-
ately made available.
Meanwhile, Israel announced
conditional support of the UN
peace proposals for the El Auja
area as violence exploded anew.
A foreign ministry spokesman
said Israel is ready to support
the proposals to keep peace in
the El Auja demilitarized zone in-
sofar as they are "aimed at bring-
ing about full compliance of the
parties with the armistice agree-
ment."
The spokesman said Wednes-
day Israel will insist on insuring
its "rights to its position" in the
jittery frontier area.
of the
responsibilities of all Americans re
iof Israel Bonds, said this week "in-
gardless of religious affiliation," Items!
Continued on Pa A
the Sharett dinner is
Continued on Pe *A
We Will 'Probably' Give Arms
U Israel, Government Reveals
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban in a
lengthy meeting with George V_
Allen. Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affalip.
described Wednesday the char-
acter of new defense problems
of Israel as background for Is-
rael's forthcoming request for
U.S. munitions to balance the
flow of Communist arms to
F.gypt. It was indicated that Am-
bassador Eban would present a
formal arms list to the State De-
partment soon, possibly this
oiipL
Mr Eban said after the meet
ing thalhe had explained Israel s
imoressions of the Geneva con-
ference, -and briefly covered^the
same general ground **"**J
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles with Israel Foreign Mm
,..,- Mo-he Share., a. Geneva.
Mamlv. Mr. Eban outlined Israels
Continued on Page 8 A
ISRAEL CRISIS IN REVIEW
This was how the Arab-Israel crisis developed on the
military front last week:
The fighting centered on the El Auja area (called Nitsana
by the Israelis), a 56-sq.-mile triangle in the Sinai Desert. The
crossroads village of El Auja is at its center. Under the 1949
armistice, the whole triangle is a demilitarized zone.
Fighting began there some two weeks ago when Egyptian
troops attacked an Israel police checkpoint in the southern
part of the zone and later dug in. A day later, Israeli troops
moved in and set up a post. Early last week both sides
brought up artillery and entrenched themselves.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 2
Israeli troops were reported to have launched an attack in
force against the Egyptian outpost and then allegedly drove on
across the frontier and up the hill of El Sabha, where the
main body of the covering Egyptian force was dug in.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Accounts of the battle on the previous night conflicted.
Israelis said they routed a crack Egyptian battalion, captured
the height, broke up a counter-attack by eight tanks, killed 50
Egyptian soldiers and then withdrew to their own base with
40 prisoners.
Cairo said 3.000 Israeli men supported by armored ve-
hicles had attacked 100 Egyptian soldiers but that later the
Egyptians, with armored and air support, had driven them out.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Cairo reported Israel lost 200 killed and 70 prisoners in
the fighting Wednesday night.
THE WEEKEND. NOVEMBER 5 ind 6
For the rest of the weekend it was to seem that fighting
would center around sporadic firing in the El Auja area.
There were also reports of flare-ups in the Gaza section of
the border and on the Israeli-Syrian frontier.
But late Saturday. Syrian government spokesmen announc-
ed their forces had shot down an Israeli war plane, which is
alleged to have landed somewhere in Lebanon. Jerusalem
denied the report on Sunday.
For up-to-the-minute development!, see stories, P*9 1 A.
: -


Page 2 A
9-JmisiifhridHan_
Combined Jewish Appeal Drafts Heiman as 1956 Chairman
In response to the unanimous ac-
claim of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion at their first meeting last
week in the Algiers hotel. Sam J.
Heiman, prominent communal
leader, has volunteered to servo
for the second time as chairman
of the 1956 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Heiman's acceptance of the top
post came at the close of hi- of-
ficial report to the board on his
first-hand experiences in Israel
during October as a member of
the overseas United Jewish Appeal
Mission.
Stanley C". Myers, president of
Federation, expressed "the deep
gratitude and appreciation of the
board of governors, the trustees
and entire membership of the ccn
Hal Jewish agency."
Under Heiman's leadership leaf
year, the record-breaking sum of
SI,251.000 was raised among Jew-
ish residents of Dade countv to $mm "eiman
support Greater Miami health* and *"*" tii term
welfare institutions and over 50
national and overseas cause- man report that Moans Sharrtt.
He is the first C'JA chairman in former Prime Minister of Israel.
17 years to serve two consecutive t believed war might be imminent
terms, according to Myers j unless cool heads prevail and that
Visibly moved by the standing; the matter calmly to reach an
ovation accorded him by his many agreement for future peace,
co-workers and friends at the board At the Prime Minister'i dinner
of governors meeting. Heiman said: i for the 1955 Study Mission group
"After visiting Israel and seeing | at the Kind David hotel in Jeru-
with my own eyes what miracles j .salem. Heiman heard Sharett cx-
these men. women and children tend greetings on behalf of the
have performed in an effort to. government and the people of I>-
survive I feel that none of us, rael to the large group of promi-
here can merely stand by. I want, nent business executives and corn-
to join all of you here to help give munal leaders from the I'nitcd
them added strength, confidence, State- stating: "We deep!) almire
and hopeas well a- life dollars. I the spirit of practical idealism and
This is my job and your- 'selfless devotion which has
"I will be happs to accept the prompted you to undertake this
chairmanship ol the L9M I JA cam- long and arduous journey in order
because I know the history to sec with your own eyes the
i: Israel and oi world Jewry de- work thai is being 'lone with your
Is on what we do m 1956 I magnificent help."
will accept the job only ii The United Jewish Appeal, spon-
man. woman and child in Dade ton of the tour, supports broad
county will >tand beside me at programs of resettlement, relief
tin- erucial time." and rehabilitation in Israel, the
Heiman ha- advised that the Middle East and Europe. More
campaign organization will get un- than half of the funds raised in
der way quickly in view of the the Greater Miami area, through
serious emergency which confronts its Combined Jewish Appeal, is al-
located to L'JA.
raeli officials, Heiman found the
leaders to be "capable, well inform-
ed and determined in their desire
to build homeland for themselves
and for the thousands of oppressed
Jews wherever they may be and
to continue to make progress in
the development of the land and
to maintain peaceful relations with
their neighbors" However, they
cannot l>e easily thrown into a
panic by outside forces, Heiman
said
Heiman also conferred with Levi
[Sshkol, Minister of Finance, and
in Paris he attended an intrrna
tional conference of the Jewish
Agency where he heard Dr. Giora
Josephthal, treasurer, and head of
its absorption department, re-em-
phasi/e the danger which faces
.lews m North Africa today. Over
70,000 in Morocco have registered
to leave the country. It has been
decided after many consultations
to move 45.000 immigrants be-
tween October. 1955, .and Septem-
ber. 1956. According to Josephthal,
the Moroccan Jew has little or no
rights, is the constant victim of
widespread attacks and faces the Pr,*. ^"^^
imminent danger of total impovor an7S' f*"**. J
economy and the prospect of even At ,, a0AfricJ- T
tual banning of immigration. |23 Russian^" VjJ
At the Paris conference Heiman ,"'' th* fir^S'
also heard reports on the
s cndi tain cZJr* h*afl
tions of Jewish communities in Study^T *"
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Israel at this time
He later indicated that in re-
sponse to a call from Edward M M
Warburg and William Rosenwald,
of the United Jewish Appeal, he
will attend an emergency meeting
Nov. 18 in New York City, BPOB-
sored by IJA. The nation's top
communal leaders have been ask-
ed to attend a conference for the
purpose of crystallizing thought
ana" action concerning Israel's criti-
cal situation.
Israel wants peace with it>
neighbors, but win not submit to
pressure or force of any foreign
power." said Heiman.
Some 150 governors heard Hei-
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frith Drive
w Members
fast Start
pouring in rroni the
I-k-oft breakfast to ob-
fei- member, for R'MJ
"rf Greater Miami
VL members were gar-
Lhe house-to house cam-
Ee weekend. Leo Stein-
ef-hiP coordinator tor
office, announced
Lc highlights of the
tr campaign was the
Eaunuel Dreyfus, a coo-
,(amn.i~ Captain Alfred
[France featured in the
issue ci Reader's Di-
j Talianoff. general
if Greater Miami, laud-
forts of all the door-to-
urs,
jeported that a joint
.mx\'s and women's
If? decided to hold a
.dinner for Mayor Abe
in the latter part of De-
je to present him
members in the
j Class Flans are
Jormulated for this
land their membership
[participating in the kick-
V last Sunday were Mi-
Hodge. Irving Schatzman,
[North Shore lodge, S.
Tkley. chairman; Coral
fee. Sol Rappaport, chair-
|em lodge. Harry S. Sch-
lirman; the North Dade
rtin Tucker, chairman;
[lodge. Dr. Stanley Wall-
nan.
Page' 3 A
*?
*wje J. Tafianoff
off Elected
[man of Local
lal Corporat
ion
Jerome Greene (left), president of the North Shore Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, presents owner Charles Bookbinder of Pumper-
nik's 67th with a citation for "outstanding service" to B'nai
B'rith as lodge treasurer Jack Wilson looks on with approval.
Nautilus S
Nautilus ufootS-jtruaniia iwlll be
transformed to resemble Hawaii on
Thursday, Nov. 17, when the an-
nual school carnival's "Aloha"
theme prevails.
Highlighting the carnival will be
the Jimmy rippo show to be held
Prepared for Hawaiian Fete
The carnival is the only fund
raising project for the school, and
the money raised will be used to
supplement the school needs. Mrs.
Max Kern and Mrs. Barry Cameron
are chairmen of the carnival. Mrs.
Joseph Lipsky and Mrs. Louis Lu-
in the cafetorium from 8 to 9 p.m. bin are co-chairmen.
Concert Audience
On Rise Here,
Mrs. Volpe Says
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra Wednesday revealed
that some 4.300 persons attended
the opening concert of the orches-
tra last week, with Mme. Jennie
Tourel as soloist.
Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert man-
ager, said that "at least 2.094 per-
sons crowded into the Miami Beach
Auditorium for the Sunday eve-
ning performance"
Figures indicate that 2,191 were
in attendance Monday at Dade
County Auditorium.
"This represents an increase of
504 over last year's opening con-
cert." she said, "and according to
reports of attendance at other sym-
phony orchestra concerts through-
out the country, we can be very
grateful for the continued growth
of our own symphony attendance."
Due to the continued demand for
subscription tickets for the winter
series, Mrs. Volpe explained that
sales will continue up until the sec-
ond concert, "Nov. 21 and 21.
"There has been a percentage re-
duction in prices for the remaining
performances." she said, "and they
may be obtained at the UM Sym-
phony Office."
Tossy Spivakosky, internationally
renowned violinist, will be guest
soloist for the second concert of
this series.
Oneg Shabbat Services
Open at Beth Jacob
Beth Jacob Congregation Wed-
nesday announced the opening of
the Oneg Shabbat season Friday
evening, No. 11.
Theme of these late services will
be "Torah Science." Each week
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader,
is scheduled to discuss a different
aspect of Jewish philosophy relat-
ing to modern science.
First lecture in the series is
scheduled as "How to Master
Faith." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will render the musical portions of
'the liturgy.
The Greater Miami Committee
cordially invites you to join
in a
h|flh annual meeting of
*s an(l directors of C.en-
M Corporation last week,
Jahanolf, attorney and
w. was elected chairman
* of directors
| Gruber was reelected
_of the Corporation.
pws reelected were Louis
iwcutive vice president;
"itrauss, treasurer.
m C,?,i,al ( "rporation,
fi* 195 >>y the State of
I" *of the largest com-
Ijawmg corporations in
EL*"1,' nrea Specialix-
J*4 of accounts receiv-
tWMing commercial
^wporation has shown
K\iini1 Browth in each
So? > Gruber at the
Fj annual meeting
r*l.velecte,l members of
Cft** are BerwH
g* attorney. aml E
iv aSMM"nl l -"ted
R he
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Si a a former
-,'i'onda and ls a na-
""wer of ADL.
Dinner of State
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th
1955
r
7:00 p.m. promptly
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Coovert: $7.50 per person
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Phone JE 1-5314 for Reservations
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HIS EXCELLENCY
:
Moshe Sharett
PRIME MINISTER OF
THE STATE OF ISRAEL
DINNER COMMITTEE
{In formation!
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman
COL. JACOB ARVEY
j. A. CANTOR
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
LEON B. JACOBS
ABRANAM MAILMAN
STANLEY C. MYERS
DAVID PHILLIPS
SAM BLANK
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
ISADORE HECHT
SAMUEL KIPNIS
BENJAMIN MEYERS
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Greater Miami Committee
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Friday, November 11. 1955
Volume 29 Number 45
Heshvan 26. 5716
During The Week...a. ,
y LEO MINDLIN
Henry Byroade is back in the news

aaain.
Ortii
service post in Egypt would be tantamo...
But Byroad** relatively new job as is '"^n8W*W
exeremely important one He was sent thrrJT^* to K
because he presumably is t^n on jM^WM
government's interest in that A* matter of feet Byroade. hims
'- rpr
Near East Crisis Galvanizes U.S. Jewry
Israel's desperate hour of need is uniting her
Internally. Only the invasion of her territory
by her Arab neighbors immediately following
rtition brought her unity as a nation to a
nilar point before.
With the exception of the Communists in
the Jewish State, there is no evidence of oppo-
on against the government's present de-
liOO to stand up before the Arabs once and
fcr all. The attitude taken by the Communist
pcrty there is understandable. It is, of course,
c reflection of the Soviet line to achieve total
rrr-ddlement in the Near East.
rut Israel's unanimity is uniquenot alone
becauM it represents a determined singularity
cf purpose in the trouble spot. It is unique be-
cause it is the unquestioned symbol of the re-
n to the helm by David Ben-Gurion and a
:nge in Israel's international diplomacy. '
Once before, Ben-Gurion shook a determined
fist at the Arabs. Once before, his lion's voice
::::ed out against Arab League duplicity and
ifare done stealthily in the night against
defenseless settlements in his land. His firm-
ness of purpose rejected by the fear of his
countrymen who preferred a "go-easy" ap-
proach to Arab intransigeance at least in ac-
cord with the conservative principles of the
UN, Ben-Gurion retired to Sde Boker ostensibly
cr. example of a leader's return to the land
cr.d example which, it was hoped, would be
err.ulated by other Israelis.
3en-Gurion's victory indicates that his coun-
:.-ymen now entertain no fears in the matter of
shaking a fist at the Arab. Whereas the new
Premier's last round had been attended by
snipers' shots directed against the American
Jewish community, this time out he chooses no
such path. It is common knowledge that
Egypt's Nasser is hoping for Israel once again
to turn against Ben-Gurion and for precisely
the same reasons that sent him into retirement
previously.
3ut the unanimity of purpose that galvanizes
Israel today into a nation firm and unshakeable
in its determination to survive and progress
has caught the fancy and inspired the imagina-
tion of Jewish communities abroad which look
toward Israel not only as a symbolic fulfillment
cf Biblical prophecy and as an externalization
of their long repressed conscience but as a
practical means of repairing the damage
brought upon them by the perverse nature of
two thousand years of European history.

A CJA Campaign Chairman
Greater Miami this week moved to accept
the challenge brought to the American Jewish
community by the critical situation in the Near
East. Federation has announced that Sam J.
Keiman will once aaain head the 1956 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
This is the first time in Federation history
that one community leader has led the CJA
ve over a period of two successive years.
It clearly means that Mr. Heiman's leadership
during the 1955 campaign was the kind that
inspired the confidence of this area and that
Federation would like again to witness during
the forthcoming CJA push.
Mr. Heima.n was drafted, end he accepted
this community responsibility with the lull reali-
ion that the job will not be an easy one
thai it will often be grievou3, and sometimes
thanklessbut that it will aUo have great spiri-
tual reward.
Fresh from his participation last month
some 25 top national United Jewish Appoc-1
leaders in a study mission that took him to
Israel, Mr. Heiman was sinqularlv impressed
h what he saw thero so far as industrial end
manitarian progress crocs and made awe-
fully aware of the threat to the- Jewish State's
survival by Arab League warfare.
Mr. Heiman is thus an excellent choice as
leader of the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign. The enthusiasm he brings to the
, ....., w. >VI, Djroaae himself f.i
home' in Egypt. As Assistant Secretary of SI, mkn^l
Affairs.-he had firmty identified himself w, fr\,or **J
tary aspiration and. along with Arab leaders u*,, po,i,i!sil
-intrusion" of Israel there. In his current L, h V most valuable propagandist. Neither Byroade nor .1! 'r*Ar,b
considers his partiality detrimental to our f,.- !S!*"s
the converse is true.
foreign
^Ploniif,'
post will broaden the understanding of those
working with him. For the success of the cam-
paign may well be a measure of the degree
of strength which Israel now musters to meet
her challenge.

Welcome to Sharett
Bonds of Israel will honor Moshe Shcrott at
a Dinner of State Wednesday evening in the
Fontainebleau hotel. Mr. Sharett. who is im-
mediate past Premier of the Jewish State,
should have much to tell Miamians about the
current threat in the Near East.
He is fresh from discussions at Geneva with
the Big Four toreiqn ministersespecially with
Russia's Molotov. Miamians may very well
learn what the political arena foresees so fai
as Israel and the Arab nations are concerned.
One things is certain; he will describe in de-
tail the contribution of Israel Bonds to the Jew-
ish State'3 development.
Dov Joseph last week informed Americans
that Israel's entire budget is now geared for
total defense and that weekly purchase of
Israel Bonds by the U.S. Jewish community
must make up for Israel's two million dollar
weekly needs in the matter of general opera-
tions. Mr. Sharett will clarify precisely what
this meanswhat our responsibility i3, what
our share must be in accepting the burden of
Israel's move today, to defend herself and to
assure her survival.
?
Zionist Mass Rally
Zionist groups here, in conjunction with ZOA
throughout the nation, will participate in aj
mass rally Thursday evening in Bayfront Park, j
Sponsor is the American Christian Palestine
Committee. |
Purpose of the rally is to bring to the atten-
tion of the general community the desperate i
situation in which Israel finds herself at this!
time. Particular emphasis wll be made of
these points: 1) The need for a firm security
arrangement between Israel and the Unitedj
States. 2^ The need for arms adjustment to the
Jewish State so that current Egyptian purchases j
from the Soviet Union do not upset the balance;
of power in. the Near East.
The American government must be apprised
of these conditions, and the mass rallies,
throughout the country may be an effective
means oi calling to Washington's attention the
tact that this nation's citizensveiled talk of
international diplomacy emanating from:
Western capitals notwithstandingare well
aware of the true situation in which Israel finds
herself in this critical hour.
So strong is the V S Government desire to u
Egypt and the other Arab nations, that ,t SL- "<
able utterances so far as Israel is concerned Thi 1 *"**
of the diplomat's role, but it serves to advance EH "*
the Middle K,s. We know without quest on I afe.1
there, and only the communists will take ,, hh SSI
nation of the arms arrangement between the issr Iv^*1
But when Molotov says that Russia's sole punx, ^
Western-Slid this means American .;,va. nTf S'"S
he can be presumed .|o be fairly accurate. Our <-overnml ^**
, doubt, centered its interest on the Arab natii'TSS
and we hope successfuleffort to stem the tide of L-T*
Our governments interest, however. Me,,- l.evond ... ISW
Soviet inflwnee Keonomic ascendan. !,and.|.
political considerations.
1 in-hind
s. V
NO ARMSTKt FOR HIM
STILL PULLIN5 THE WOOL OVER THEIR EYES
A1I of which commenced with the simple observation
Byroade is back in the news again Early Wednesday he
to have told Mr Dulles not to worry about the Soviet artmi
ment. Egypt will not launch a war against Israel, he prcttj
acquisition of munitions and armament would simply naiil
and his junta more confident in their abilit) to defend ihera
This accomplished two objectives with, it
obvious failure of State Department policy m the Near]
fashioned by Byroade and Dulles Far from containing
there. U.S. policy fell flat in the face of dear Soviet inro
larly. Cairo's decision to turn to the Reds for as-istan.ee
Secondly, it more than implied that any impending q
the area will be the result of Israeli aggression, since Nas-ert
to achieve confidence in the fact that he can "defend"'Egypt!
Now, if this nonsense is meant for public consimtpuo
it can go very far. If it is an'extension of Byroade's pnt
about the Arabs and an effort to impress Arab leaders withl'i]
standing and patience, it will be impressive outwardly and i
mockery of American diplomacy behind the internatioaiLi
is asoVher ,way;of.$4gir> that Byroade and the State Dep
neither'HaMp changed Their line and their tactic nor hart I
results different from those in the past
Most of ourforeign policy in the Near East is at least (up
predicated on the fact that the Arab nations are reli
they can be trusted politically and militarily Well,
fly in the face of this presumptuous assumption A study
the American Zionist Council last week is enlightening in tM
?
ARAB RESISTANCE DEPENDED ON GOLD
Entitled "Becord of Arab Attitude Toward the
study breaks down Arab relations with the Allied
World Wars. Speaking of the Arabs during World ,
Jams, who worked among the Arab peoples for 18 yea* i
been Governor of Sinai, said in his book. "Three Des*4
national desire for independence was confined solely I
cated Arabs in the cause, such as Feisal. and that among
men this feeling wa* conspicuous by its absence T**4"!
of keeping these patriots in the field was by payment in gou. j
Dr. Carl Hermann Voss has observed in The Palestiner
Today: Lirael and its Neighbors." that "most of the Arab rx|
through the war for their Turkish oppressors The Palestin
fought for the Turkish rule." This observation is reported to I
made to Dr. Voss by Prime Minister David L!>'d 9*1*:
scnuuwou were c*re**ed by J. de V. Loder in "The'Tnu
Mesopotamia. Palestine and Syria Loder charges that Hu*i
on his promise to revolt against the Turks and to assist w
even alter Meatahon and Hussin had reached agreement.
pendence. 'Jiiuain was waiting to make sure that he was
right horse.^ ..,.-
In direct contrast. "Palestine: A Study of Jewish. Ana-j
Policies." put out by the Esco Foundation for Pale5t'7,T!
about 1.200 Jew* were recruited in Palestine, as again '
were remitted out of population ten times the sw .
Jews. In the same work: Syrian and ','!^,'nMcnp~^der\}
nothing to British conquest of Palestine and Syria. u ^
Allenby. Most of them continued to fight witn me

THE GRAND MUFTI STILL A POPULAR FIGURE
During World War II. the Arabs were even worse ^
dation study, as well as a memorandum submitted Jo^
sembly of the IN ill October, 1947. points out tru o .
<85.000) of the men and 40 percent (50.400) of the omen ^
in Jewish Palestine rokmteered for war service in ^
By contrast, about one percent (12.4401 of the o ^
Arabs in Palestine were recruited in the Britiso r
tvsa further reduced by 50 percent during the ar f.
and discharges This contrasting observation gair> Q^-
in light of the fact that Jewish contributions aie .^jJ
.ment and lHat Arab activity is based on am rfi
In an official report of the AnglO-Ameri.
published in 1948: "The Arab community in" ^t^
itself largelv indifferent to the outcome of me w<
tw.ee a- the ...wish, only 12 443 persons w
The flight of the Mufti. Haj Amin el-Husse.ni. w *MJ
and hi, active support of the Axis did not pj
and he is probably the most popular Ann. The Arab War Effort: A Documented Accouni. i
..an Christian Palestine Committee, revea* Cri^
Buro dea Grosmulti." was Ml up for trie >
nta! h countries. *PT
-i.. sn
h-Jh Column* in the Middle East and M<
from Ro^
rued countries
in a bn d them <
1943. the Grand Mufti said: "I want to r.mi ^ ^ A
grants in AjnerkA) thst their efforts win
Continued on P9 '4A


r
[.November 11.19M
lians to Attend
,a| UCP Confab
"knisl Ikridlitcin

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( ,iv. co-found-
I nitocl Cere-
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[rtsjdent oi
fa wili presenl the organ-
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[Eton's Hot.! Sutler.
,,.,.;,... Netter, presi-
licPA ol Miami. Otto Fe-
U chairman. Mrs. Abr*>
hsserman. president of Mi-
Kh Women's I nit, Mrs.
(;. on nt, Miami
i. L-nj(, McGregor Smith.
dent of the Parent* Unit
I Clinic- Mrs. Irene Dit-
iRPT, physical therapist.
I F Sounders, administra-
IDr Donald A Schultz and
jF. Brigham of the speech
ring department, will at-
. meeting in Boston as rep-
[jves of the local clinic.
ig at t.'ic president's din-
urdav Will he Leonard H.
.board chairman of UCP
sdent of American Broad-
Wamount Theatres, Inc.
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JNF Council Will Hear Timely Report
ItcRular monthly meeting of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami will take place on
Tuesday evetTbtg, Nov. 15, in the
Pan American room of the !ac'--
stone hotel.
Meeting will be dedicated j the
committee for the Mendel Fisher
testimonial dinner, which will take
place on Dec. 4 at the Di Lido ho-
tel. Reports will be rendered by
chairmen of affiliated organiza-
tions on thoir activities for JNF.
Lhicl Lesowoder will give an,
eye-witneai report of latest devel-
opments in Israel. He has just re-1
turned with Mrs. Lesowoder from
six months in Europe and the Holy
Land.
Jacob "Fishroan, JNF program
chairman, will present a program.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-3S95
A check to pay for the kindergarten furniture of Temple
Emanu-ETs rehgious school is being presented to Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman from the officers of Temple Emanu-El's Young
Adult Group. They are (left to right) Hi Josivitz, vice president;
Bert Tumpson, president; and Marilyn Neuman, corresponding
secretary.
Hausman will present awards and
citations to outstanding lay and
professional leaders who have vol-
unteered their services to help the
nation's 550,000 persons with cere-
bral palsy.
Entertainment during and after
the president's dinner will be pro-
vided by Mrs. Jane Pickcns Lang-
ley, famed singing star and former
national secretary of United Cere-
bral Palsy.
Iwil Gillman
M was UCP s first presi-
od wu subsequently re-
I to that office I ive consecu-
*i"g the annual report,
Aristotle Slated
At Book Series
Politics according to Aristotle
will be discussed on Nov. 14 by
' members of Miami's first year
I-Great Books discussion group at
the Miami Public Library.
The local group is part of the
nationwide organization whose aim
is to stimulate self education
among adults by reading and dis-
cussing the great books Readings
and discussions for November are'
"Politics," by Aristotle, again on
Nov. 21; and "Lucurgus and Nu-
mi," by Plutarch, Nov. 28.
Allen Timberlake will lead the
discussion. The group is sponsored
by the Miami Public Library and
meets there every week.
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front at 17th st., is making plans
for the premier of its strictly
koaher plan beginning Dec. 1.
Approved by the Greater Mi-
ami Vaad Hakashruth. the plan is
under the supervision of Vaad di-
rector Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
and a full time mashgiach.
Managers of the Ritz Plaza this
week explained that "there is a
definite need for an air condition-
ed kosher hotel on the oceanfront
in the Lincoln rd. area, and it is
our aim to carry out every phase
of the dietary laws to the very let-
ter."
In' addition to serving three
meals daily "of finest quality kosh-
er standards." the hotel's program
calls for providing guests with
movies, game nights and planned
entertainment. There are also a
sand beach, pool and cabanas. All
rooms face outside, the managers
said.
The Ritz Plaza, which will fea-
ture steam heat for comfort dur-
ing cold snaps, was the Jennie
Grossingcr hotel several years ago.
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Moshe Sharett to Tell Bond State Dinner of Israel's Plight
Continued from P*o 1 A
mounting far beyond expectations.
Our dinner committee, under the
leadership of Samuel Friedland. is
one of the finest organization> ei
er assembled by Miami leader-
ship."
The dinner committee, which in-
cludes t'ol. Jacob Arvey. J A Can
tor. Dr. Morris Goodman. Pan B
Raskin, Leon B. Jacobs Mrs Look
Glasscr. Isadore Hecht. Stanley C
.... -. hi i ------------^ -- iiikUMI ar. I'llivvn. ifivyiiwuv.i .
Myers, Benjamin Meyers Max Oro-Iringing, our entire community
ference aboard the Israeli freight-
er. S.S. Tappur. last week sent the
initial sales for the Sharett dinner
climbing, and with almost a week
remaining, they passed the $125,-
000 mark, according to Sidney
Glazier.
Glazier, city manager for the
bond drive and the Development
Corporation of Israel, said "It's
like 1951 all over again. Workers
arc streaming into our 1544 Wash-
ington ave. offices. Telephones are
vitz. David Phillips. Carl Weinjtle.
Samuel Kipnis. Abraham Mailman
and Sam Blank, met Tuesday at
Mt. Sinai hospital to complete
plans for the dinner
-Every Jewish leader in Greater
Miami should attend this dinner."
Sher said. "It is a signal honor for
seems to recognize the importance
of this dinner."
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president and executive head of
the State of Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, who has been for almost two
decades a key personality in the
rescue and resettlement of large
------------------- -. ---------------------------------[CKur miu irjrucnrcm u Kigc
our community to be selected for|masses of Jcws and a leading
Dr. Joseph Schwartz
Young Adult Group
Picks Berlowe
one of the first appearances of
Moshe Sharett on his all important
visit to the United States." he as-
serted.
Friedland. who served as chair-
man of Moshe Sharett Day in June.
1888, when the Foreign Minister
made his only previous \i-it here.
figure in mobilizing support for the
upbuilding of the State of Israel,
will speak at the Dinner of State.
Dr. Schwartz assumed leadership
of the Israel Bond campaign in
May, 1955. after more than four
years as executive vice chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal. He
New officer! were recently elect-
ed by the Young Adult Jewish
said Moshe Sharetts performance j directed the operations of the UJA
as Prime Minister lor almost two in raising more than $365,000,000
Council Of South Florida, .t was an d a* Vonign M,nMcri '"' '" nationwide campaigns during
_______, ,... ,______, more than seven years merits a that period.
..me tribute from all Jewry ,,,. ,. prjor ,Q ,95, ,.
A cocktail party and pros, eon s,hw;irtz ,orvcd in wartime and
Sm. fifes Ktfmmttr
nounced by Leonard Romney, n
tension supervisor for the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
ahuh is ti-,c sponsoring body for
the Council.
cted were Fre I Berlowe,
ident; Jack
dent. Sandy Frogel, seen
Marvin Hirsch, tl
Ci uncil serves u .1 coordinating
bod) for i_' young adult organize-
in D.kIi county, through the
' n ol a ahndar service,
leadership trainin | and
other functions
! annual leadership
training program ol the council
will begin on Mondaj evening, Nov.
21, and will continue tot us
ive Mondaj nights.
Couples Limited
Stages Comedy
: ; Templi I
will present GIi mour Pre-

n Satu
N<>\ 12 and 13, in th
auditorium.
Pn ,.. ,M(.
I>bi Colman Zwitman r.
school fund of Tempi, Israel >< Sfcer
play, bj 1 oleman Clerai
and Florence Ryenon, wai
inally presented a- a Broadway vt
hide. In the local version, which
dtpicts Hollywood behind-the-
scenes, all parts are portrayed by
members of Couples Limited
Each member ol the east has h*d
background experience in stage
radio and TV. Included are Joseph
Gardner as Kerry EMridge and
Virginia Btanleigh a- Lynn Kid-
ridge, main characters of Glam-
our Preferred." Pf> Uo Meyer, pioneer resident to
Others appearing will include E\?sR2l2 f 'hC "n0t^
Vieiri ,j u 1 ,,on for ,np ensuing vear
Vick, and Howard Dunn. Natalie! Elected ,., serve with Meyer are
and Robert Pntikin. Dick and David Klebber. first vice president;
Pamela Stern. Jerry and Pat Fuch-. Mr" Samuel Geltner, second vice
Hmrrf Gordon
Se- Kefoyy,
Speak for
Service
Tennessee Sen -
on meetine nf ***^
NHV- 15' the Dei
, .""> Gordon. S|
w' Preside at theiSli
" *eduled to hear $J
comrnutce investigi*/
crime throughout Vl
recently returned M
Russia
Miami Beach Exc
he host at the lunched
sre scheduled to inijj
and presidents of tV
commission, Hon. H*
Attorney General of
ami Beach Mavor D
and city council memhav]
Rahhi Leon Kromsl. |
Beth Sholom spiritual teal
give the invocation, and 1
Mitchell Taylor, of AW
cobal Church, the beL
Sen. Kefauver. UstU
Beach some two yean 1
dress 1 HadasoaYMl
ization convention, wifi
duced by Col. A Frank |
former Miami Beach
long-tune friend.
Committee merabw
Gordon with the funoial
Eisenstein and IrvmjLI
post-war Europe .< head of the
vast relief and rehabilitation oper-
ations of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee.
Mr Sharett'a remarks will be an
op Ul M11 minute appraisal of Is-
raels position by the man who
knows it best Serving both as
Prime Minister and Foreign Min-
ister in his Geneva talks with free Miami Jewish Community Centerj These councils an;
world and iron curtain nations, he
Teen Age Groups Elect Officer*
Teen age councils of the Greater Sheila Wylc. secretary.
reeived praise from both sides
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will respond to Mr
Sharetts remarks
Rabbi Y i.ikov Rosenberg, spiri-
tual leader of Beth David .repre-
senting Miami congregations, will
oiler the invocation, and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual lead
er ol North Shore Jewish Center
representing Miami Beach congre-
gations, will pronounce the bene-
diction.
The kosher dinner is expected
to be DM ot the social highlights
'of the year, With dress option. It's
j scheduled to begin at 7 p in Wed-
' nesday.
have elected new officers for the' delegates from the ten 1
coming year. | meeting in the varioul
At the Town Branch they are j buildings. The ten v
Barbara Foosaner, president; Julie | sented at the Beach Br
Sussman. vice president; Naomi cil are: Keystones. Rebels,!
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association Elects Meyer President
At the annual meeting Monday body, having accepted as its con
of the Greater Miami Jewish (em stituent members Congregation
^:^'za"^:^\z r SSConsrcKa,ion Bc'h El-
'cemetery and the Jewish Section' M,ami '"-brew School and Congre
of WoodUwn Park cemetery elect Ka,,on- Congregation Beth David
and the Sisterhood Chescd Shel
Emeth.
Miller, secretary": Loretta Fried-
man. treasurer; and Sandy Alexan
der. chaplain.
At the Beach Branch, new coun
cil officials are Danny Bakst. Phyl
Mu Sig, Sabers. Satans.
Amicus. Emanons, Sigma 1
Clubs having rep
the Town Branch Council 1
Shield of Da*ill AZA. Mb
lis Murauchcck. co-chairmen; and 322, Omega Delta Pa,
Ted Williams, Irving Aroris. Nelda
Josepher, John Lotz. III. and 12
year-old Lynn Stanleigh. who
makes her stage debut.
Director is Ken Stanleigh.
if /Meyer
dent; Sidney H Palmer, secre-
tary; and Abraham Pepper, t
urer.
Palmer served previously as sec-
retary and executive director lor
14 years, while Pepper served as
treasurer for the past 13 years and
as association president for 12
years prior to that.
Meyer, who is a well known com-
munal and civic leader and is sen
ing currently as president of Con
gregation Beth Jacob. Miami
Beach, is a 32 degree Mason, Shrin-
er and actively engaged in Masonic
circles He ft also serving pros-
entry as chairman of the advisory
committee of the Demolay Junior
Masonic Order.
Meyer is also past commander of
a Wisconsin Post of the American
Legion and resides with his wife
a-nd family at 210 East Di Lido dr.
Fleeted to serve on the board
of directors are Milton Weincr H
2'-. iSTSI?' David Wh''nan.
Mitchell Sehappo. Theodore Sako
witz, Morris Rabinowitz. Simon
Seiden. Charles Gropper and Mrs
Israel Goldberg.
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
self-governi
Association is
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numbers, eighf
gators and 23 ov-
among the 1000 gov-
fcijk educators, sc.cn-
nmuni:v leaders spon-
edication of America's
id] school, the Albert
^e of MedieiM of
was an"
athaniel L. Goldstein.
Itbebaardol overseers
"chairmen of the Col-
Delegates
(cation of
jrhood B!dg.
of the Building for
Kg* headquarters of
'Conference <>f Chris-
at 43 West 57th
["York, highlighted the
puai nweting of the or-
Irhich opened Tuesday,
Jug for Brotherhood,
need by James M L-
of the Florida NC
-winner Dr. Ralph J.
er Secretary General
I Nations, and Chancel-
Heald of New York
[headed a national com-
(arranging the annual
and the dedica-
tion conducted the
[the Air and the Hugh
tSantorum Choir in the
j Freedom." a new work
opland. Cornelia Otis
fcor and actress, gave
i "Listen to the Peo-
i Vincent Benet.
Goldstein, of Con-
i Je>hurun. gave the
I Rt. Rev Monsignor
Drew of the St.
omeo Pari>h. dcliv-
edietion.
gate> attending the
|meeting were Dr. and
H. Cunningham. Mr.
i Blank. Mr. and Mrs.
BroiMon. Mr. and
ite, Mrs. Louis
Urs. Carl Wcin-
Weissbuch.
?egeMWgde vice president Richard
M. Nixon* Governor A*erell Harri-
mafl of M?w York. Senator Herbert
II Lehman. MayorTlohert P Wag-
ner, Adlai E. Stevenson. Thomas E.
Dewey. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
George Meany, Walter P. Reuther
and Eddie Cantor.
The dedication of the college,
the first medical school established
under Jewish auaplre* In America,
took place on the College campus
in New York City.
The Albert Einstein Medical Col
lege, which opeped its doors to its
first class of student* last month,
is the core of a net* $100,000,000
"Medical City," which includes the
I $40,000,000 Bronx Municipal Hos-
I pital Center constructed by the
1 City of New York and a $45,000,000
Psychiatric Hospital to be built by
the State of New York.
Cabinet members among the
sponsors are Ezra Taft Benson.
Secretary of Agriculture; Marion
B. Folsom, Secretary of Health.
Education and Welfare; Douglas
McKay, Secretary of Interior: and
James P. Mitchell, Secretary of
Labor.
The following Senators are in-
crtided on the sponsoring commit-
tee: Alben W. Barkley, Clifford P.
Case, Irving M. Ives. Estes Ke-
fauver, John F. Kennedy, Warren
G. Magnuson, Wayne Morse and
James E. Murray.
Governors serving on the Spon-
soring Committee include Victor
E. Anderson, Nebraska; LeRoy
Collins, Florida; George N. Craig,
Indiana: Phil M. Donnelly, Mis-
souri; Lane Dwinell, New Hamp-
shire; James E. Folsom, Alabama;
Orville L. Freeman. Minnesota;
Marvin Griffin, Georgia; Christian
A. Herter, Massachusetts; Leo A.
Hoegh. Iowa; Edwin C. Johnson,
Colorado; Walter J. Kohler. Wis-
consin; Arthur B. Langlie. Wash-
ington; George M. Leader, Pennsyl-
vania; J. Bracken Lee, Utah; Theo-
dore R. McKeldin. Maryland;
Robert B. Meyner, New Jersey;
Edmund S. Muskie. Maine: Paul
Patterson, Oregon; Abraham Ribi-;
coff, Connecticut; Dennis J. Ro-,
berts, Rhode Island; Milward L.|
Simpson, Wyoming: and G. Men-
nen Williams, Michigan.
Yeshiva University is celebrating its 10th
Anniversary as America's first university
under Jewish auspices. With 15 schools and
divisions offering undergraduate and grad-
uate #vograms for 3,000 men and women,
leading to a variety of degrees in the arts,
sciences and Jewish studies, from Bachelor
of Arts to Doctor of Philosophy; 4 auxiliary
services serving the total American Jewish
community and 4 famous scholarly publica-
tions; Yeshiva University, although founded
in 1886, has had its greatest period of aca-
demic and physical growth in the past ten
years under the inspired leadership of its
illustrious president, Dr. Samuel Rifkin.
Shown above are some of the major physi-
cal facilities. Buildings No. 1, 4, 8 and 9
are located at the Main Academic Center,
Amsterdam ave. and 186th st. in Washing-
ton Heights, N.Y. Nos. 5 and 7 are Brooklyn
secondary schools. No. 6 is the Stern Col-
lege for Women building in midtown New
York, and No. 3 is the new Albert Einstein
College of Medicine in the Bronx.
Brandeis University Dedicates Unique Three-Chapel Group
The Albert Einstein Medic:il Col-, united States were dedicated
lege is co-educational and com- here Oct. 30.
pletely non-sectarian in its selec- The chapels, separate buildings
WALTHAM, Mass.Three sepa-; and extends the use of the chapel
irate chapels at Brandeis I'niver- to other religious faiths. Brandeis.
: sityonly religious grouping of Jewish founded but nonsectarian,
its kind on a college campus in the I thus offers equal religious facili-
ties to the three major faiths repre-
sented on campus." Dr. Abram
Named
Director
Jiers Hotel
Mtt has been appointed
for at the Aleiers ho-
"8 to owners ix-w Ke-
osner and Dave Levin-
Nov 1. Barnett and
'rill take over the
[> the Aladdin room,
L'H Play for dancing
9:30 to closing and
musical accompani.
'wthat feature dif-
|ech night in the sup-
llb piano styling! are
I local music lovers..
M years he's been
* Miami scene, the-
fn has been fea-
f"; Soud, the Sax-
f"> Quarter He is
weal musician to
T> program on
* wow that fasted
Pkyed piano with
lr>- Buss,. and
ln Chicago, he
*s the ches,
V-Rumba Casino
tion of faculty a#d student- The
56 young men and women con-
stituting the first class, selected
without consideration of racial, re-
ligious or national origin, come
from all sections of the country catory address. The Justice is a
grandson of the former U.S. Su-
for use by students of the Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish faith, were
dedicated at a formal academic
convocation.
Supreme Court Justice John
Marshall Harlan delivered the dedi-
and abroad
***. He studied
8 Conservatory
* Wmst with the
^jfago Cons
T*1 Pianist -
fc;^-trawh;-n
Wer
ftt,? Women's
w*ng a cov-
prcme Court Justice of the same
name, for whom the Protestant
Chapel has been named.
With the dedication of the three
chapels, Brandeis University makes
a sharp departure from tradition.
"Usually when a college or univer-
sity founded by a particular de-
nomination erects a chapel, it does
so in the image of the host group.
Sachar, president, observed.
An integral portion of the three j cum in Rome. He
Chapel area is its interfaith com-'French
mon ground, where the three
faiths can be expected to worship
Emeritus of Princeton University.
A specialist in the scholastic sys-
tem of St. Thomas Aquinas, he has
lectured on Thomist philosophy at
the Universities of Louvain. Gene-
va, Fribourg. Milan, Bonn. Oxford,
Santander. Chicago and the Angeli-
was former
to the Holy
See.
Dr.
Paul Johannes Tillich. Pro-
of
Uni-
Lear School Announces Senior High
School Faculty as Programs Expand
ered dish luncheon meeting at the
home of Mrs. Jack Berke, 143 NW
47th ter., on Nov. 15.
Mrs. Harry Tischler, vice presi- 10 years. U
Miami Beach, were announced andria. Ala.. tor ^l^.J^
WPdnesdav by Mrs. Ida R. Lear, a magna cum laude graduate of
Butler University, is an extensive
traveler and in addition to his
nine years of teaching spent 10
years with Army Intelligence util-
izing his ability in languages.
Goldthwaite, a Harvard gradu-
ate and former instructor there, is
by Mrs. Ida R. Lear,
school director.
Headed by Mrs. Gladys Strom as
school supervisor and teacher of |
business education, the faculty in-
cludes Mrs Patricia Cabrera, Eng-
lish and drama; F. J. Funke. lan-
guages: James Goldthwaite, mathe-
matics and science; Miss Esther V.
Kaufman. English and social stu-
dies; John Lee, art and recreation,
and George Roth, music.
Mrs. Strom, who has taught bus-
iness subjects at Lear School for
a graduate of Boston
Mrs. Harry Tiscnier. vice i*~ ,riino for her
dent of the Greater Miami chapter' University and is training for her
of Women's American ORT. who]Masters degref in English and
recently attended the 13th biennial! ho,ogy at Harvard University.
convention New York, will be *\v' Cabrera js a graduate of
guest speaker. m""
as one in those ceremonies where lessor of Philosophical Theology at
it is appropriate. Baccalaureate ex-, the Union Theological Seminary of
ercises. Thanksgiving services and j New York City. Author of a num-
similar events will be held in thisjber of books on the philosophy of
area i religion, he has served on the fa-
Honorary degrees were confer-[cutties of the University of Mar-
red upon representatives of the burg University of Dresden Uni-
Catholic. Protestant and Jewish I versi >-of Leipzig. University
faiths "whose explorations in the | Frankfurt-am Main
service of truth." Sachar declared, versify of Berlin,
"have helped to illumine the paths Dr. Leo Baeck. Professor at the
of their fellow men." Hebrew Union College, Jewish In-
Receiving honorary degrees were stitute of Religion in Cincinnati.
Dr Jacques Maritain. Professor Author of a number of books on
the subject of Judaism, Dr. Baeck
is president of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism.
The Jewish Chapel has been
named in memory of Mendel and
Leah Berlin, parents of Dr. David
D. Berlin, Boston surgeon. Its re-
ligious dedication took place on
Sept. 11, with Rabbi Judah Nadich
of Congregation Kehillath Israel of
Brookline conducting the ceremon-
ies.
The Catholic Chapel has been
named Bethlehem by Archbishop
Richard J. Gushing of Boston who
celebrated the first mass at dedica-
tion ceremonies of the Chapel on
Sept. 9.
The Protestant Chapel, which
the author of numerous newspaper
and magazine articles and has been was religiously dedicated on the
the advisor on two science motion morning of Oct. 30, has been nam-
ed for former Supreme Court Jus-
tice John Marshall Harlan whose
famous dissent against the Su-
preme Court decision to set up sep-
arate facilities for colored and
white in the country's elementary'
pictures.
Miss Kaufman is a member of
the Florida and Dade county Bar
Associations and. as a member of
Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary legal
fraternity, was one of the first
women students to be admitted to schools has been vindicated in the
a legal fraternity anywhere in the | Supreme Court's revocation of the
country.
! ruling this year.


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fJmUt/kr*man
American Christian Palestine Group
To Co-Sponsor Giant Bayfront Park
Rally With Zionist Organization Here
Continued from Pafle 1 A
have participated in the planning
[Of the rallyHadassah: Mesdames
the Council announced. Response I Samuei Sakrais. Oscar Sindell, An-
te the call for help by the National
Zionist leaders has been over-
iming among the local Jewish
litigations, Survis reported.
\sked to sum up the theme of
the mass demonstrations currently
sweeping the country, nomben Ol
M Melnick. Tillis I'ekelner. Ceorte
Cohen, Anna Sorin Bild. Harold
Shapiro, Dorothy Fink. Milton Sir
kin, Ann Brenner Myers, and Miss
Lillian Goodman: Zionist Organisa-
tion of America Herl>ert I.inick.
Gerald Schwartz and Seymour
the Zionist Council quoted an ex- (Jebman; Labor groups: Dr. A. J.
cerpt from a resolution adopted by isn|on an th'-ir National organization as fol- nian | t.na ]>Ushkin ami Kmanuel
"W most earnestly urge Hurst em: (ireater Miami Jewish
upon our Covernment that it take federation: Dr. Benjamin B Bo*
positive steps to prevent prepare- enberg, Max C. (W'ttinger and
1 ns tor international aggression Charles r Jacobson: Uapoel Ham-
bj Fgypt by offering without fur- jzrachi: T/vi Berber. Woman's Mi/
tNr delay to conclude a treaty or racni: Mrs Alfred Stone; B'nai
treaties with the State of Israel urith; Mrs Morgan; Rabbinical
any other state or States in Organization of Greater Miami:
the Middle Fast willing to enter j RaDDj Irving Lehrman: National
Friday,
Ui Will TjnbaWy' SupSy^
Arms, State Department Ann
new defense problems which
were considered pressing as de-
tails became available of the ex-
tent and nature of Communi-t
munitions arriving in Egypt. He
was accompanied on his vi-u i)y
Israel Minister Plenipotentiary
Reuven Shiloah.
It was-learned here Wednesday nz\
that a list of U.S. arms needed East. *
MM,.,oprev;0.^^
WASHINGTON.. 3
Maurice lends
ir,-o such arrangements, guaran-
teeing existing boundaries deter-
, ,! upon D) the IMS Armistice
Aj reements."'
unong the organizations which
have been meeting daily in prepa-
ration for the important commu-
nity meeting are Zionist council
South Florida. Greater Miami
. i-h Federation. Hadassah. B'nai
B'rith, Zionist Organization of
America, Labor. Zionist Organiza-
Council of Jewish Women Mrs
Jean Lehman
Commenting.on the critical situ-
ation which laces Israel at the!
present time. Zionist Council rep
resentatives state: The Middle,
Eastern situation has deteriorated
even faster than anyone expected !
What originally looked like an
arms race is swiftly becoming an !
imminent threat of a new Israel-'
apoel Hamizrachi. Rabbin.- Arab War Military technicians
organization ol (ireater Miami, from beyond the Iron Curtain are
rkmen's Circle and many oth already in Fgypt and many more
(. are expected soon Egyptian offi-
he following representative, ers have gone to Czechoslovakia,
. for instruction. MIG fighters and
jet bombers are awaiting transpor-
tation to Egyptian fields The vast
Orr in Final
Push as Election
For Mayor Near
Joe Orr. former president of the
M mi Chamber of Commerce and
< didate for Mayor of Miami, sum-
I d up his campaign this week
vhen he said that "city govern-
nt is important business. City
ernment is the business of the
people."
Orr. president of one of Miami's
att construction firms, added
that "the future of our great city
depends on a forward-looking plan,
II ed on sound business princi-
l.H
Orr stated his blueprint for the
1 jre was based on three basic
| nciples. "We must establish a
tematic plan for public improve-
ments. This will enable us to put
i D end to government by crises
I emergencies
We must also establish better
v. rking conditions for all city em-
ployees. Satisfied city employees
are our City s greatest asset."
Oir added.
and dangerous implications of this
development have intensified Is-
rael's valid anxiety to the breaking
point "
According to the committee on
arrangements, the demonstration
meeting will take place regardless
of weather conditions.
Zionist officials have asked all
members of the community to at-
tend the rally in an effort to pre-
serve peace and to guarantee the
survival of the democratic State of
Israel.
"America can stop the outbreak
of full-scale war in the Middle
East if it tells the Egyptians and
their Communist friends that any
act of aggression against Israel's
tronoera will mean the unleashing
of the full force of America's might
and anger against the culprit," i
Survis said.
Medical Fraternity
Honors Physician
Nov. 5 Phi Delta Epsilon Gradu-
ate Club of Greater Miami held its
annual dinner dance at the Al-
giers hotel.
The fraternity, which is compos-
ed of medical students and physi-
cians, presented an award in honor
and memory of Dr. Lewis Palay.
who recently passed away. The
award, a plaque for outstanding
achievement in the field of medi-
cine, was given by Dr. Julius R.
Pearson
Four alumni, received 25-year
membership keys which were pre-
sented by Dr. A. R. Ho I lender to
Drs. Edward Roth. Paul S. Roland.
Nathaniel Levin and Alexander
Robbins
New officers of the club are Dr.
Richard I). Shapiro, president; Dr.
Maurice Edeunan. vice president;
Dr. Stanley Schwartz, secretary;
Dr. Theodore Struhl, treasurer.
They were introduced by Dr. Leo
Levin, retiring president.
Dr. Arnold Grier presented
prizes. Entertainment was furnish-
ed by Jimmy Grippo.
Monticello Park
To Install Rabbi
Rabbi Isaac Lerer will he official-
ly installed as spiritual leader of i
'We must establish an effective Congregation* Monticello Park Sun-,
lia.son between the city and coun- day evening, Nov. 13. Installing
ty, and other municipalities within officer will be Rabbi Samuel Lerer >
metropolitan boundaries We | of Temple Beth Sholem Holly-
have a greater opportunity than wood.
] i before to provide for a mod-] Sponsor of the y '
ein, metropolitan government. and:rPn p..,, JuL ... ni!
Mill preserve the autonomy of the Mar-h Lad,fti **. *""
< ly of Miami and the other mu-
i uipalitiev"
Last week. Orr was presented
w,th a life membership in the
Brick layer's and Plasterer's Union.
This is the group which Orr joined
as an apprentice plasterer when
he first moved to Miami over 30
>ears ago.
Lasser as president
Assisting will be the Mesdames
S. Deutsch and L. Bosik.
Drewich in Seventh
Successive Term
TI M. Drewich has been unani-
n iisly reelected to his seventh
term as president of Miami He-
. 1 Mw School and Congregation.
Othe* officers elected unnni-
!\ were Dave Kleber, vice
ident; Milton Weir.er. second
president; Abe Kaplan, treas-
urer; Mrs. Joseph Schwardron, fin
nancial secretary; J. W. Persoff,
corresponding seer etary; Mrs.
Pobert Schweitzer, recording sec-
lctary.
Named to the board of directors
vere J. W. Parsoff, Ben Lichter. I.
Goldman, M. Sefres, S. Moorash
and the Mesdames Milton Weiner,
Ben Sokoloff, Nat Coulton, Dave
Kleper and Sophie Moss.
Rainey Hits
Local Board
An appeal to all citv commission
candidates to join with him in his
pledge to "clean up" the Miami
Civil Service Board will .he made
this week by Robert E. Rainey.
commission candidate in Group 3.
The appeal will apoear in news-
papers and be made by radio and
television talks.
"Who is elected to the citv com-
mission is not alt-imrwtant." Rain-
ey said, "but what those men do
after election is of the utmost im-
portance."
The first-time candidate charged
that the Civil Service Board has
hamstrung the City Manager and
Chief of Police in making neces-
sary changes in assignments and
that it has created a morale con-
dition which has resulted in many
men resiening from the depart-
ment to join other police forces.
"Low pay is not the only reason
for these wholesale resignations
from the police departmenta lot
of honest policemen don't want to
be associated with crooks and
bribe takers." he said
With the right to make assign-
ments in conformance with need
and necessity, we can have neigh-
borhood policemen on foot pro-
tecting our homes and children,"
he said ,
by the Jewish State is now being
drawn up by banel and is ex-
pected to arrive in Washington
this week, for presentation to the
U.S. Government. A demand for
jet' fighters will be stressed by
Israel because of the knowledge
that the central item in the
Czech-Egyptian deal was MIG
fighters and bombers, totalling
between 100 and 200, of types so
far unavailable to Israel. It la
believed that anti-aircraft guns,
radar equipment, jet interceptors
and ships and equipment for anti-
submarine defense will be asked
of the US.
Some sources 1 .re said the
United States probably will sup-
ply some anti-aircraft, anti-tank
and other armament. to Israel if
investigation shows they are
needed to balance the Commu-
nist weapons being received by
Egypt A basic hope of the Unit-
He told Muk_
nee that lWitf55J
methods in tht MtfJir
He added thty
thtm "nd art
us."
Hussein told hit
'"' i* melon, -|d
tores to mask ij-T^J
Meanwhile, i oZ?f
dent Eisenhow.rji1
urged nations of tfc, j
refrain from (feZ
race in the Middle Em
Is learned Hut the I
introduce discusiien L,
d Nations rtgerdmel
bility of embargo
arms shipments t
East.
Acting Secratuy,
bert Hoover, Jr
President's
mean the U.S. will reia
arms plea."
In Washington, ritnaaj
ed that if the U.S,-*n
"they wHI lose mt k
45,000,000 Arabs."
On Tuesday ... Pull the
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Harry Kershaw to Speak
"Health and Happiness Club"
will meet Sunday evening at the
Spinoza Forum. Topic will be "Life
is Worth Living." Speaker is Harry
Kershaw.
Pre-Teen Officers Are
Installed at Canter
Protean club consecration took
place during Fridav evening scrv-
( enter, according to an announre-
metri In-t week by Rahhi Abraham
Barton, spiritual leader.
Installed were Sheldon Metzger,
lent; Geoffrey Weisbann,
l>resident; Dianne Jov Herson
treasurer; Donna Lakin. recording
secretary; Wayne Mareu.e, pro-
gram chairman; Mickey Berke
athletic chairman
Rona Roth, social chairman;
SOaan Wasserman. religious chair-
man; Tharles Weisbaum. corre
spending secretary; and Laura
Wexler, chaplain.
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>rn Section JWB *o Mark
fljTth Anniversary at Convention
.P~r\ of the estab- Welfarfc Board, will illustrate the
''Tthe Southern Section growth of Jewish community cen-
P-. I Itwi-h Welfare ters in the South, when he deliv-
l^celebrated when del jers the major address of the con-
+Je*lst,ncr**m*)
Page 9 A
arcirv of the estab- Welfare Board, will illustrate the
.her
il Je\u-h
lebrated
,;,ni Jev
tlu" eleven Southern Better Jewish Communin
,he Southern Section growth of Jewish community cert-
s'
r'" resenting Jewish com- ference, "Working Together for a
-I...on Sol
tnvene the an
nual Section, Heading the Greater Miami dele
nee '"
|to 20.
Edison
Knoxville, Tenn., gation will be Leon Kaplan, vkp
'president of Jewish (enter division
of St. Louis, past and program chairman of the con-
Leon B. Jacobs, I. L. Mintzer, Harry Sirkin,
Daniel B. Ruskin and Samuel Friedlcnd
shown employing a new fund raising tech-
nique by the Greater Miami chapter of the
Guardians of Israel aboard the Israeli
freighter 8.8. Tappuz kut week. They are
makinq hip-to-shore telephone calls from
"a part of Irael" as Isadore Hecht, a 1955
Trustee of Iera-1. looks on. Ruskin was host
a! the cocktail porty aboard the Tappuz.
the National Jewish ference. Also participating as rep-
resentatives of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center will be
Mr. Milton Sirkin, president of j
GMJCC; Bernard Weksler. vice:
president of GMJCC; Stuart Win-
ston, chairman of Town Branch
Planning Council; Sam Seitlin,
chairman of the Section health and
physical education committee; and
Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
tor.
Work of the conference will be
carried out through a series of
j workshops on various phases of training to our children, in con-|sa'd. and "should continue as they I ing in a free society. This implies
;Erw^crrr'^^^^ <
High on the convention agenda ''S'on are the responsibility of to lcacn pupils that acceptance of the public schools to teach re-
Major Jewish Organizations Oppose Religion in the Schools
Continued from Page 1 A among their pupils, the statement contribute toward harmonious liv-
Uon taphn
David
rs Courses
Onyreeation mau-
its institute of Adult Jew-
ries on Wednesday evening,
[ Institute will he under the
of Rabbi Vaakov G.
*rg. spiritual leader, and
and respect of such differences are i ligious doctrines or to teach about
jor national givuv work agency in NCW CXT6nSS0n
the U.S. If is the parent associa
tion of Jewish community centers
and the government accredited
agency for serving the morale*wel-
fare and religious needs of Jew-
ish men and women in the Armed
Forces and in-veteran's hospitals.
the following courses: JThe Southern Section is one of; % ^n' Nov~I
Hebrew. The Prayer eight through which the JWB
Birds-Eye View of Jewish serves Jewish community centers
Programs Begin
On North Shore
.The Lili' Cycle of the Jew,
Me ar.d The Jewish Way
lition to the j^Ubhi, thej
jig will serve as instructors'
^Institute: Isadore Dickman.
onal director et Beth Dav-
Gadon. senior Hebrew
at at Beth David; Louis
and YM and YWHA's
Frist Hits Issues
In Final Push
Newest extension program of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
in
the North Shore area of Miami
Beach.
will be consideration of the ways nome- synagogue and church, and
of strengthening the objectives of not of tnc Public school." The .
local Jewish community centers in basic lawof ,he United States, the baslc t0 American democracy and religious doctrines.
order to meet present day prob-|"aifirnia,'on" continued, "puts re-|"
lems and to make the center pro- li6'on <)Ulside the jurisdiction of
gram a more effective instrument ,he state Anv impairment of that
for satisfying the needs of Jewish PrmciP'e threatens religious lib-
individuals and groups. The dele- erty and brin8 o^ basic free-
gates will also seek ways of increas- jdoms mto Jeopardy."
ing center activities in behalf of; The public schools must rccog-
the expanded Armed Services pro- nize the realities of religious dif-
gram and help shape national JWB ferences in the community and
policies.
Jewish Welfare Board is the ma- '
As a result of pressures from
large numbers of families served
by the Center's Beach Branch dur-
ing the summer day camp pro-
gram, a meeting was called at the
end of the day camp season in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Eng-
With the election only, a few days lander to fxP'or the "eeds /
mi Ur Joseph Huro- away, Donald F. Frost this *eek hese Paren s Following the meet-
iM ., m .. ; J *T. .. i n niiAclinnniirn u-w cunt nut
i cf Miami
(btration will take place on
day between 7:30 and 8:15
m6er of the faculty, Uni-|said he would never use a (Kiblic
office for public gain.
The young attorney and mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith is a candidate
for city commission in group 2.
Frost said the two main Mints
in his platform is the alleviating
"the detforable traffic situa-
ing. a questionnaire was sent out
to Center members on the North
Shore.
Another follow-up meeting was
recently held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Tobin. at which
time plans were made for the set-
ting up of the first two groups in
"Foil Hop" Held
M "Fa!; Hop" which is
pred by th Young Adult
: of the Greater Miami Jew- sands of dollars worth of business as meeting places for these groups,
of ,.: u^fiut-u,,: .-.,.w "-'thi" program. A number of parents
tion which is costing Miami thou- nave already offered their homes
nmunity l enter was held at
hrfcomber hotel on Sunday
i Nov. 6, it v. as announced
9 Rothbarci. president of
Working on the dance
were Don tazare, Sam
toff, Gloria Jenkins, Dave
' Fred Goldenblan, Lea
dy Rohinsky and Bernard
"GAGE INVESTORS
lOWtWC FOR A SAFI 10%
ON ROOFING AND
KT METAl WORKS
fti,*VI- Ph- HI A-SIAO
1 Mv. rB*iree) now; you
"wn.ory Work >y
Mr.e.icen Men''
annually."
Frost also contended that "Mi-
ami needs $ new city dock, which
and other community facilities are
also considered.
First two groups will be a six-to-
will greatly increase our shipping seven-year-old boys' group and
revenue, and 1 pledge to work to-
ward that end."
Silver Elected
To School Board
Sam I. Silver, Robert C. MacDon-
ell and Robert F. Riley were elect-
ed as school trustees Tuesday.
Unofficial returns put McDonell.
an incumbent from District 4, at
the top of the list with 3.156 votes.
Riley, another incumbent from Dis-
trict 3, came in second with 2.527
tallies.
Judge Silver. District 1, polled
2.310 votes. Only 8.983 persons
turned out for the election out of
a total of 199,872 voter-
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Local Bureau Council to Assist in
Marking Jewish Book Month Here
, wish Book Month, focusing the
; tt ntion of the Jewish community
he importance of Jewish pub-
ions of the past year, will ba
celebrated nationally and locally
ir-.m Nov. 4 through Dec. 4
he local Jewish Hook Council.
: nested by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, has planned a five-
approach to Jewish Book
ih in Greater Miami. The local
( mill is 0 ganizations its annual book re\ icu
ice making available book re-
. wen upon request, who will re-
view current Jewish publications
Beth Sholom in
Over-Top Drive,
Serbin Reveals
I irst report meeting of the over
' top campaign of Temple Belli
Sh lorn will he held Sunday morn-
B1 a weekly report brunch in
Beth Sholom banquet hall, it
WM announced Wednesday by
i Serbin. chairman of the Beth
SI lom building fund campaign
net
At a kick-otf brunch last Sunday
Ding, siunalinii the opening of
tbi over-the-top brunch last Sun
morning, signaling the open-
of the o\er-the-top campaign.
iin hailed volunteer workers as
B builders of Beth Sholom."
|i uil building fund campaign, cli ^'"'k\ an(l '('wlsh
r. ;e ny last December, saw more
i ssooikni Bubacribed toward
construction ol the new sanctu-
and auditorium on Chase ave
41st si
abbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
ler, announced that the congre-
iin plans to conduct regular
bath worhip in the new lane-
\ beginning in late December
I "ing the next -i\ weeks of the
erthetop campaign, construe-
and campaigning will pi
ultaneousjj
(Ml of the campaign is $150.-
and when the current ram-
. i- concluded, there will be
icienl pledges on hand t" paj
a full) completed and equippe I
- ctu.-.r iditorium," Serbin
aled. The new building was de-
ed bj Percival Goodman of
\- v Yurk Resident architect I \
: berl afathea The building pro
-. m was launched bj Leon J KM.
irar) president The Temple's
enl president, Ralph Spero. is
dedication ceremony in
spring ot 1956.
Incomplete list of reviewers con-
sists of Seymour B I.iebman. Mrs.
Miriam Solkoll. Mrs Max Shapiro.
Mr- BOlga Eason, Mrs. Morris
Skop. Mr- Mollie Glazer, Sydney
nherg. Louis Ki*ner. Abraham
Gittelson, Seymour Samet. Herbert
Berger and Louta Schwart/man
The review committee consists of
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Mrs
Miriam Solkoff and Morris Honig-
baum.
Council also is offering program
ming lUggostioni to all organiza-
tions who wi.h to ob-er\e Jewish
Book Month. Three exhibits of Jew
ish books under the theme -Jewish
Life Through Jewish Living" will
be on view at the Bay front. Miami
Beach and (oral Cables Public Lib-
Exhibits under the direction
of Mrs. Joseph Puntov. bin Ruih
Al.elow and Miss Nettie Goldstein
will expose the outstanding Jewish
publications of the past \, i
Programs concerning Jewish
Book Month will also be heard on
radio and television through ar-
rangement of Joseph Duntov.
chairman of the local Book Month
Council.
Outstanding feature of Jewish
Book Month wilt be a public rally-
Monday. NOV. 28. at Kneseth Israel
Congregation. Featured speaker
will be Dr. Azriel Kisenberg. execu-
tive director of the Jewish Edu-
cation Committee of New York
City, who will discuss Jewish
Living'' Dr.
Kisenberg is a nationally known
Jewish educator and author of
"The Bar Mitzvah Treasury which
is anioni* the best sellers of recent
Jewish publications
Dr Alexander Mukdoni. interna-1
tional Yiddish literar> critic, who
is now celebrating his 80th birth-
day, will discuss the outstanding
Yiddish books of 1955 Dr Muk-
doni's reviews appear in all lead-
ing Yiddish journals, and his War-
-aw and I.ud" was recently pub-
lished Dr Rosenberg, of Beth
David Congregation, will chair the
rally, and Rabbi Jonah Caplan will
bring greetings from the Kneseth
! The rail) is open to the
general public
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Steering committee of the Council of PTA's
of the Jewish schools of Greater Micahi plan-
ning an annual workshop to be held Nov. .30
and Dec. 1 at Beth David, featuring a presen-
tation by Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, nationally
known author and educator on "Jewish
Home and School." Standing are Mes-
dames Isidore Bakst, Beth David; Irving
Sussman, Coral Gables Jewish Center; Ben-
jamin Greene, Temple Emanu-El and presi-
dent of the PTA Council; Raphael Yunis,
Temple Emanu-El; Ben Fabric, North Shore
Jewish Center. Seated are the Mesdames
'Volunteens' Assist
With Sinai Duties
"Volunteen" is going to become
an important word in the City ot
Miami Beach
"Volunteen" is the name given I
t -he teen age volunteers ot the Ull"'^., ,h,e.f,a,he'" of two chil
Women's Auxiliary ot Mt Sinai
Waldman's Crown
Hotel Appoints
Managing Head
Appointment ol Samuel Wald-
man as managing director of the
newly renovated Waldman's Crown
hotel was announced Wednesday
by his father. Joseph Waldman.
president of the realty corpora
tion that owns the hotel
Young Waldman will continue to
serve a- managing director ot the
Murida hotel at Long Beach, 1.1.
and general manager of the Victor
hotel on Miami Beach.
A graduate of Yeshiva Iniver-
Mty m 1945 with a BA degree in
political science. Waldman is
Plans to raise funds for construction of the new Mt. Sinai hos-
pital building aie outlined by chairman Dan B. Ruskm (right),
hospital president Max Orovitz (left) and vice president Sam-
uel Fnedland. The Advanced Gifts division kicked off its Fall
drive at a dinner meeting of top communal leaders. Over
SI,775,000 have been raised toward the $4,000,000 goal, Ruskin
announced.
Manuel Smith, Beth David; Edwin .
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center,
Mendelsohn. North Shore Jewish
Jack August, North Dade Jewish Co*
Workshop discussion leaders include
dames Leon Kronish, Harold Berney, L
Lehrman, Harry Fertig, Irving Kapka,
jamin Greene. Consultants to the
include Saul Rabin. Louis Kisner, _
Greenberg and Louis Schwartanan!
tive director of the Bureau of Jewish
tion, which is co-sponsoring the ral
workshop.
IMPORTANT NOTICE!
In deference to the Nov. II
Israel Bond Dinner
for Prime Minister of
MOSHE SHARETI
the
Denny-Zacharias Debate
on
"SHOULD RED CUM K
ADMITTED 10 MlIK?
will be moved ahead to
Sunday, November 134
8 pm., at
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue
Miami Beach
Open to the General
Admission SI.00
50c for Children
Farmer Governor Filler Wem'
act at moderator of tot
Histadrut Announces Young
Adult Group in r.Viami
h> -pital. I'nder the leadership of
Mr-. Harry Smith, volunteens will
have their fall membership tea in
the Memorial room of the hospital
Miss Barbara
director of the
Bloom.
Israel
assistant
Histadrut
dren. Kliot and Karen. He lives at
4401 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach
The hotel, formerly the Lord Lampa,5_n' Wednc%day announced
Tarleton. is now undergoing a $1.
750,000 refurbishing program
i preparation for it>
next month
in
opening early
Saturday afternoon
Bdri Smith is the daughter of
M: Louis Krensky. past president
'4 the hospital's Women's Auxil-
I
Volunteens help in various de-
ments throughout the hospital
and in many capacities. In the
Snack Bar they wait on tables In
the Gift Shop they act as aatsa
girls. In the pharmacy, they fill
and label pill bottles. In Central
Supply, they roll bandages and pre-
pare surgical equipment. As nurs- Bernstein is a graduate of
ing clerks, they answer rotary tele-1 H."4,ifJCR.ity. of Miami. _1946. holding
primes and run errands, and
Bernstein Named
General Agent
George Bernstein, of 4400 SW
14th st.. has been appointed gen-
eral agent for the Protective Life
Insurance Company, with offices
at 2146 Ponce de Leon blvd
Coral Gables
Bernstein
the formation of the Histadrut
young adults committee.
Th- cmmitee is open to all
young adults. 20 to 40 years old.
who wish to participate as spon-
sors in the planning of a city wide
program for young adults in the
Greater Miami area. Miss Bloom re
vested.
Social evening which will in-
clude dancing, a prize winnmg Ls
raeh movie in Technicolor and a
speaker from New York Is the
present activity of the commit
tee.
the library they help arrange books
and catalogue them for the pleas-
ure of the patients. These are but
a iw of the diversified and valu-
able services.
At the fall membership tea. a
new booklet entitled "Tips for vol-
ur'eers" will be presented to the
girls to use as their guide in their
\s> -k.
Beth Israel Youth Groups
the bba degree At the u'of M.'he Lawicli Activities Program
was a member of Iron Arrow. Extra rnrri~.l., .>3.._
He
Levin
now
Arrow,
is past president of Isaac I
Lodge. B'nai Brith. and is
a member of Coral Gables
Lodge. He is also a member of the |
Jewish War Veterans
Bernstein belongs to the Na-
tional Association of Life Under
writers. He is married, and he and
bis wife. Adele. have two chil-
dren. Janis and Linda.
Extra cumcular program of
Beth Israel Congregation Hebrew
school will commence this week-
end, announced Dr Irwin Makow
sky, chairman of the board of edu-
cation.
Beth Israel youth groups will
have their first Oneg Shabbat Sat-
urday at 3 p.m. in the synagogue
On Sunday, at 9:30 am Beth
Israel youth groups will have their
first joint service to be followed by
a breakfast. '
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iNoremberjUSK5_
l&lslincrldfojn
Jewish Community's Dissolution Result of Pressures
* hw**" i^ifisz&j is: a* -* ***>
heavy odds to preserve its tradi- ,l'L I p!;rformance of a P'ay I
tions and a semblance of communal Ln *n "n y *nms for chil-
life. Figures do not tell the story Z.LZaHf"nu|cah and Purim; bv
nity dls- of how shanghais Jews sought to famor,nK ,hc community for fes-
irresisti- maintain Jewish sponsored classes on holiaay
..nn or ... _j___.i__ ... i Moral rnnrnon ic j:tt:...i.
I ;
Page II A
Sri This fe.lin._is
L When a commu
k as a result of
Jor economic pressures of
.Jbrief. is the story of the
L fewish community in
1, community whose total
tisinsisht. There were
Tjews left in China by the
I June. 1955: 319 in Harbin,
taishai. and 130 m Tient-
elsewhere Of this group,
i hard core cases; 369 held
nsas; and 60. the visas of
Buntnes. Of the 150 "hard-
ase< 48 arc awaiting trans-
ta [0 ,hc Malbcn settle-
fin Israel or to European
ures do not tell the story

in education, or religious service*. ,h^" courage is a difficult
which were finally transferred to T def,ne but- certainly, it'
a Shelter House. ; c.an e "bribed to that lonely
t*, ch.k,i i w L Jewish outpost In China. These ef-
The Shanghai Jews had to bear forts to preserve a Jewish life
the blow of seeing its synagogue went on in the face of poverty and
disbanded They could derive com- illness Relief needs grew daily and
fort only from he fact that Torah aid had to be granted to In "n
scrolls and rehgious books which creasing number of Jew h fan i"-
they had used in the synagogue ies in China: to a family in T.EJ
Z? pJsTIiu t,LfoSfnt ,to tiif0; ,0 a family and an Id "" i"
rael-as a gift. It is touching to ob-! Dalyn; to a Jewish widow with
serve the last gasps of the Shang- three children in Sinksiang
hai Jewish community seeking to These efforts-these gestures of
preserve some shreds of culture defiance to an inevitable fate
*"d unitv- have ben supported by the Council
This spirit of unity and-culture of the Jewish Community of Shang-
they sought to shore up in the past na'- wnich submits periodie reports
to the proper government author-
ities. The Council's burdens have
been heavy. It has been able to
carry on because of the earnest
and sympathetic backing of the
! Joint Distribution Committee and
the Israel Government, whose
trade delegation visited China in
! February 1955.
At present, time has also added
its afflications to the Jewish com-1
munity, which impatiently awaits
i the opportunity to leave Chinaa I
1 country in which they cannot oc-1
cupy a useful place in its economy.
When exit permits become avail-1
able, the Jewish community of |
China will have become a fugitive
memory in that ancient land. The
I Jewish Council will, at last, be I
able to lay down its heavy burdens
and onerous responsibilities, and
disband.
In 1939, the number of Jews in
China was. 25.000: in 1946, it drop-!
ped to 16.000; at the end of 1953,
only 943 Jews were left. This num-
Prominent business and professional men will serve as mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation publicity com-
mittee headed by John Serbin (seated center). Shown plan-
ning the year-round publicity and public relations program
for Federation are (seated) Charles Whitebrook, Serbin and
William Gladstone. Standing are Charles R. Jacobson, Feder-
ation publicity director, Daniel Neal Heller and Charles Gold-
stein. Members of the committee not shown include Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, Albert Comancr
and Philip Schoenberg.
I
i right are Mrs. Kate Meidenborg and Mrs. Sarah Czeck,
|two women in the State of Florida to contribute to the
*u wu.. rT."" w ,c, k "nly 943 Jl'ws were left. This num-
rMonsky building. Looking on is Mrs. Morton Steinberg, ber nas now dwindled t0 679
Sonal B'nai B'rith office. These figures, in themselves, tell
Miami Women First in State
Who Contribute to Monsky Building
a story filled with despair, ad-
versitybut also a shining, moral
courage.
aign in Florida to raise j
(forthe Hem Monsky B'nai!
1 buildinu to be erected in J
[ton. D.C., t off to a rap-
Ihu week with pledges
|Mr- Sarah Czeck and Mrs.
Ueidenberfi.
;Czeck and Mi. Moidenberg,
flown here for their philan-
:endeavor, are the first two
in Florida whose names
ppear on a bronze plaque in
ristmas Urges
>rt in Final
iign Stage
&iy Christmas, Miami City
fiwoner and candidate for
Wednesday asked the peo-
Miami to Join "in my con-
1 fight for a better city mor-
"d a better city physically."
>city commissioner said that
prst consideration of any gov-
^"1 is and should be the pro-
10' Us citizens and the en-
it of it, laws
| must continue to work,"
^ said, "for better protec-
the children of this crkn-
*' and ^tter prcventatXe
"* Wist child molestation
' working always fof prb-
all the people of Miami
w as a bettor city physical
Efrned." Christinas said.fi
* continue the work started
,'lly cmmission of which I
Km^r--*ork which has-rt-
" $7,250,000 of Capital Jm-
Ls and without any new
12mL Physical eflorts
^ld ^ ntinued are the
'l0" of more parks and play-
ne h a,newolf course on
i ". development of the
\S** 'dded *<* ini-
f7nL('"ore Morn, sewers, in-
li l,reCt Park,ng and
IjrfWmtoriuni "
^L,a,? announced that
ft hL headquarters to
r orS^spot at 201 Sl
betr nU armmodate the
K"in ,he ,art *
the main lobby of the building.
Names will list those who have
contributed upward of $1,000 to-
ward the building.
Krected to the memory of Henry
Monsky, the edifice will bring un-
der one roof in the nation's cap-
ital rare specimens of Judaic-
Americana. Mr. Monsky was the
late president of the world frater-
nal order now celebrating its 112th
anniversary.
Manuscripts, historic documents,
such as the letters of George Wash-
ington to the Jewish congregation.
masterpieces of art. literature and
sculpture by American Jews
these will be among the items hous-
ed in the building, Also planned
is a "Four Freedoms" library and
a separate exhibit devoted to the
creation and growth of the State
of Israel.
Mrs. Mortot* Steinberg, of the
national B'nai B'rith office, is cur
rently in Miami Beach to work out
this area's participation in the de-
velopment of the Henry Monsky
building.
Pioneer Women's
Groups Schedule
Local Functions
When the Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women holds its regu-
lar luncheon meeting at Chuck's
restaurant, 101 NE 2nd ave., Tues
day, Nov. 15, all members of the
participating clubs are being in-
vited to attend.
The occasion is a report by Lil-
lian Raffel on the convention she
attended, in Toronto, Canada, as
Council representative of the Pio-
neer Women.
Reservations, according to Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin, president of the
Council, arc being taken by the
five Pioneer Women clubs which
comprise the Council.
*
Mrs. Essie Wilensky heads the
roster of officers to be installed by
Club I of Pioneer Women on Mon-
day evening, Nov. 21, at the Al-
giers hotel.
Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, chairman of
the evening, announces that instal-
ling officer and guest speaker for
the event will be Councilman Har-
old Shapiro. Also on the program
will be Councilman Shapiro's wife,
Sinai, U of M
Sponsor Course
_ Mount Sinai Hospital and the
medical school of the University of
Miami are sponsoring a course in
"Advances in Electroordiogra
pfay" to be given by Dr. Chart. I
Kossman. during the week Nov. 7
to 12. at the Georgian hotel, Miami
Beach.
This course is a continuation of
the seminars in electrocardiogra-
phy which have been held pre-
viously under the auspices of
Mount Sinai Hospital alone Ex
jpanded interest in this field has
resulted in joint sponsorship of
the hospital and the medical
school.
Dr. Charles K Kossmann is an
outstanding cardiologist who ii
| now Associate Professor at New
.York University. Dr. Kossmann s
teaching of this course has attract
ed physicians from the entire east-
ern United States and from South
| America, Cuba and the Wast In
jdies.
Marty Levine New
Motel Executive
Marty Levine. 1535 Drexel ave.,
Miami Beach, has been named ex-
ecutive manager of the new Cha-
teau resort motel, now nearing
completion at 191st st. and Collins
ave.. it was announced Wednesday
by Sol Taplin. Chateau managing
director.
Levine. a resident here for the
past 25 years, has served as execu-
tive director of several Miami
Beach hotels Last summer he oper-
ated Lakeside Inn. an exclusive
summer resort in Hendersonvillc,
N.C.
Educated at Miami Beach High
School and the University of Flor-
ida. Levine spent four years as an
Air Force test pilot during World
War II. His is a member of the
American Legion and Hotel Greet-
ers.
When the Chateau is complet-
'ed" Levine said, "it will be the
most unique resort that I have ever
been associated with. The Cha-
teau's French motif is designed ex-
actly like a private country es-
tate on the ocean, offering a whole
new world of vacation pleasure^
Sylvia, who will sing songs of her
'native Israel.
Vice presidents assisting Mrs.
Wilensky are Sophie Krantz, Es-
ther Yaffe and Rose Rosenstein.
I Recording secretary is Nettie Duk-
, lcr; financial and corresponding
secretary, Leah Notkin; and treas-
urer, Minnie Bauer.
Sharing responsibility for the
two most important committees
!are Sophie Krantz, Moetzet Hapoa-
1 lot chairman, and Jennie Seitlin.
child Rescue fund chairman. Co-
chairmen are Esther Kline and
Betty Schechter. Jewish National
Fund chairman is Esther Garber.
Celia Beckerman is membership
chairman. Mrs. Stadlan is cultural
chairman, and Yetta Grcetzman i>
sunshine chairman.
*
Mrs. Morris Skop reviewed
ther" the novel by Nathaniel Wein-
reb. for Kadimah chapter of Pio-
neer Women, Thursday evening, at
the Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation.
In addition to this program cele-
brating Jewish Book Month, a
Welcome Back" to club president,
Lillian Raffel. who has just re-
turned from the Pioneer Women
j national convention, was arranged
by program chairman Mrs. Albert
Shkoler.
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PageJ2 A
Community Chest
Seeks 51,370,000
For Year's Needs
The ComnnltfiTy Chost dt Dade
County .officially kiIced off iK
1986 Campaign Monday a> thou-
sands of volunteer workers set out
to raise the necessary funds to sup
port the 25 health, welfare and
youth agencies.
A small group of Greater Mi-
ami's top business leaders showed
their hearts are even bigger than
their pocket books by getting the
1956 Community chest cam]
oft to a rich start Monday night.
No more than 100 in number,
the civic minded businessmen
pledged a heal ..arming total Ol
S4.33.coo to set the pace for D
county'., biggest Chest campaign
They marie their contrtoiiiions
in the space of a lew short hours
during the traditional Red Feather
kickoff dinner at the Fontaine-
bleaii hotel.
Their one-night cffo represent
ed a whopping 32 percent of the
SI.370.000 which volunteer Chest
workers hope to raise for 25 hu-
man service organizations during
the next three months
T'te record-breaking pledges
were received by Baron de fTirsch
Meyer, who for the sixth consecu-
tive year served as master of cere-
monies for the fund raising dinner
He and his business issociate,
..id Abess, picked up the
check for the guests ;,t the rich
affair, to assure that 100 percent
of all money pledged will go to
aid Communih Chest benefactors.
The once a year drive, headed bj
W. C. (Bill i l.antaff. will includ"
two new agencies, the Northwest
Miami Boys' c'lub and the Shel ,
tered Workshop of Dade County,
the first agencies to be admitted
since 1951 through the Cheat's
Open Door" policy. |
John Turner. Che.st president, re- \
ported that some 70.000 Dade conn
tians have received some type of
Red Feather service this year. New
l^fiaahkMsuo.
Cantor Albert Glantz (right), of
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, will be honded at a testi-
monial dinner Sundcy evening
for his six years of service with-
out remuneration to the Center.
Looking on is Rabbi Abraham
Herson, spiritual leader.
Cord Party Sunday
women's club oi Workmen's
Circle 692 will hold I card party
Sunday evening. Nov IS, at 25
Washington ave. Chairman is Mrs
Anne Kalmanson.
.programs of chest agencies such as
the YMCA. I!,i\ ScOUtS, .lames K
Scott Communitv AssiHiation. Vis-
iting Nurse Association, have push
ed the minimum need for 1956 up
to $1,452,000.
The Chest leaders along with Mi-
ami's labor force have nearly dou-
bled the amount raised for Red
Feather services here in the past
five yean Therefore, the Chest
g> ..I committee has set this year's
tarket at SI.370.000. an increase ol
11.6 per cent over last \ear. with
the hope it will be over subscribed
enthusiastically by Greater Miami's
citizens, Turner explained.
While the business, professional
and employee divisions arc busy
seeking gifts, locally the Red
Feather volunteers are getting or-
ganized to begin their House-to
House Drive to push the campaign
over the top. The Metropolitan Di-
vision of the Chest Campaign will
start ringing doorbells in the
House-to-House Drive on Jan. 8.
Improved Port
Facilities Pressed
By Charles Towle
Improvement of pe{t facilities to
Utilise Miami's natural harbor was
ainon the points Vng strongly
stressed bj Charles* Towle. can-
didate lor Miami city commission,
Group 3. as he approached the endJ
ot the campaign.
1 stand lor the erection of a
v. .it m [aland Marina, with a care-
luih planned beeutiflcauoa pro-
in cooperation, with the gar-
iii-m clubs, no said.
The candidate and that improv-
ing port facilities will reviialisa
Miami's shipping industry, return
tile poll lo si.ui.- .is ., major OOll
UITJ ami iiini^ the city much
additional income.
a will aafO create needed new
jobs in shipping work. Towle
Mid ior imjiii young and older
people."
Tom le also called for "action now |
to provide planned traffic How,'
with adequate off street parking, j
All a person has to do is travel
NW 27th ave. at peak hours to j
know how badly we need new ar- j
tenal roads.' he added.
Towle said that he believes in,
voters to "put an experienced bus- |
Harry Genet, acting president of the Hebr-
the yeara 1952-53 and now chairmen of it",\.
mittee. was awarded a plaque for mentonous Leas
Academy a general mooting Monday nioht inT*
hotel. B. I Binder, proaident of the Acoden? it
entation. Mr*. Genet looks on.
htosimaii on the cit
"full-time school police patrols
the only way to keep sex moles
ters and perverts from our chil- *' havc an dren." aI*a>s >f those in other]
. businessmen seldom o
As a busfnessman. he also urged job.' he noted.
MOREY A.
LAWYER CIVIC LEADER
PUBLIC SERVANT
HAS SERVED YOU EraENTL? AS
* CO-CHAIRMAN of the EMERGENCY CONSUMERS
MILK COMMITTEE which compelled the State Milk
Commission to give up price controls on the high price
of milk.
* LEADER of the fight to obtain a 40 hour week lor the
Miami Police Department.
* FOUNDER of the FIRST JUVENILE BUREAU of the Dade
County Sheriif's Office in 1952.
* yiH'CHAIRMAN oi ,he JUVENILE WELFARE COM-
MITTEE of the Dade County Bar Association. 1953
* CHAIRMAN of the FARM LABOR COMMITTEE' that
ended slave labor of migratory Puerto Rican farm
workers in the South Dade area.
* !1E,MSJR cl Ae CITY OF MIAM* INTER-AMERICAN
RELATIONS COMMITTEE. AH
* BOXING COMMISSIONER cf the City of Miami, ex-
empted Golden Gloves jurisdiction and stopped City
from taxing revenue used for food, equipment and
training for yorngstorp.
* SPECIAL ASSISANT to the ATTORNEY GENERAL of
the Slate of Florida.
* DEPUTY COMMISSIONER of Florida Industrial Com-
mission as presiding Judqe of the Workmen's Conden-
sation Division. IS54-1955.
LET MOREY A. RAYMAN CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU BY
ELECTING HIM YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER IN GROUP 3
MOREY A. RAYMAN
H 'efts'. I will M'jnrfuee Mayor Abe 4rBW,, ,, om |fce
Cty Commission surf will support the Hand he has fal.cn for a clean
on* moral city to raise my children ana* roars.
I l''l Poi, Adv.)
High Urges Men
As Police Guards
At School Crossings
Fulltime employment of school
crossing police is vitally essential
to the safety and welfare of Miami
school children. James W. High,
candidate for election to Miami
city commission in Group 2. de-
clared this week.
High stated that men at school
crossings should not be complete-
ly replaced by women.
"The women school crowing po-
lice are doing a good job," High
said, "but there are some locations,
in which child molesters menace
children, that it would .be good to
have a man on the job full time.
"Sex perverts and molesters
hang around near a lot of our
schools, and as a father of two
school age children. I must stress
again the need for full-time school
police protection." High said.
High added he also will fight, as
city commissioner, for more parks
and playgrounds for Miami's school
children, and for additional recr*a- ?
tional facilities for adults.
He also noted that "before rec-,
ommending a final solution to Ml-j
amis parking and traffic problems,i
which affects the welfare of our'
children, since too heavily-travel- !
led streets arc dangerous," he will'
devote personal study to the prob-
lem.
1 am not for expensive surveys
by expertsw have had enough of
them," he said.
High declared that he will bring
vigorous new blood to the Miami
cit> commission, and I urgently
solicit >our vote."
IF I could
Shiver
o&w,
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City Commission
GROUP 3
Hi Neighbor:
Mary I take this opportunity to thank all of yea
whole-heartedly supported me during my ca_
against the fixed prico of milk- I started on that fisfah
but your chorus of voices behind me grew and cbwi
it was beardXta Tallahassee ... and the prirs eft
HAS come down.
Ae your city commissioner, it is my intention fc> rep*
each and erery one oi you and serve YOUR a
that oi any special group.
Again. I cannot' do ii alone. I need the help of"*
oi you to do a sjood Job. If vou want honest andpw
save government pull Uver 19-A on elation. ^J
(Pti. Pel A,i\ i
' City Government
*
*9
IS YOUR BUSINESS
ELECT A PROVEN BUSINESSMAN
AND DEDICATED CIVIC LEADER
Let's Elect
JOE ORR
MAYOR
the fORRward look
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11, 1955
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leaders prepare for county-wide
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MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd {.
Phone MO 1-8201
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
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Drutz. Town Branch; Rochelle Mindel, Coral
Gables; Nancy Tauber and Betty Block,
Flagler-Granada. Standing (left to right)
are Bob Kasse, Town Branch; Arnold Levy,
Coral Gables; Mike Goldstein and Danny
11, for this large gathering ci Bakst. Beach Branch. Delegates from North
five different locations in Greal- ^tteiJrVere not present.
Sealed (left to right) are Bobbi
ige------- .
|ve, which will be the. second annual
[of its type to be sponsored by the
L Micmi Jewish Community Center.
peering committee set the date of Sun-
Agers to Participate in Annual
iciave Sponsored by Center Group
r's Tpcn Asers Tomor- \ formal keynote ession to hear
der-" was elected as the ( major address by a Hi|*>t speaker.
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shop chairmen. The entire event
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Town Branch
Representatives on the Steering
committee are Town Branch: Bob
Kjsse. Bobbie Drutz; Beach}
Branch: Mike Goldstein, Danny,
ifce.second annual teen' /^ 7,T"; Baks: Flagler Granada- Nancy i
be sponsored by l Major part of the ,fteroon w.ll be. Taubcr ^ ^ ^ ^
taken up with the workshops. Arno,d Uvy RocheUe Mindc|.'
There will be a dinner which win) North Dade: PhyUla Cohen Carol
be followed by reports from work. Schulman.
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on Sunday, Dec. 11,
ftommith telegaies of
Fs five different loca-
de county Bob Kasse
HMT *'ere elected co-1
Mhi yen's conclave. I
jgee will bring to-1
irhundred delegates)
kjge clubs sponsored |
Inch serves over 1.0001
Lregularly organized
^niuKhou! the year. |
j oi.th (inference is.
p annual clearing I
[Vchatigc of experiences
tinou.- clubs so that |
^n'mini; may be
I the year
Sear, the steering commit-
prranged a series of seven
which are designed to
leadership and more
'future citizens. Work-
I feature a how to do it"
will relj largely on
Mtations by teen agers
1 their own club experi-
ttf the workshop! in-
[flub Presidents' Work-
[How to Conduct a Good
faction," '-How to con-
Odilu!> Meeting," "How
i>fc>ur Idi i hip Prob-
*to Carrj Out a Com-
Ifcrvict Program," "How
w* tour Fund Raising I
and "Sun- and Dance!
up.
will gather for
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Pcge 14 A
+Jewlsi>ncrldton
Hille! Participates
In National Fete
In conjunction with the nation-
wide "Religion in American Life"
program Nov. 10 at the University
oi Miami, iiiiici Foundation will
s] asor an affair entitled "Par
- on Parade "
Hillel members will MTVC Bl
- to professors and local par
in an endaawor to introduce
the guests with one another and to
familiarize them with the mani-
fold Hillel program.
Walter Sklar will act as master
ol ceremonio during a short pro
jTram. Guest speakers Will include
Rabbi Morris Shop, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti and George Hechter,
lather of the editor of the Hillel
newspaper, who will discuss the
need for forming a Hillel Parents
group.
Hillel choir, under the direction
ol Mi~-- Clair Cohen, will sing two
selections, and the student Zionist
Organization will give a folk dance
demonstration
Dr. Donald Michelxm. Hillel di-
rector, will welcome guests
The affair will take place at the
Hillel Foundation
Prize-Winning Film Slated
Youth Aliyah luncheon in the
Colony restaurant at noon. Nov. 14.
will feature a film. "Shulamith
Meets Tomorrow.'" awarded first
prize by the American Film As-
sembly Golden Reel Film Festival
in April Speaker will be Mrs Sam-
uel z. Sakraii Mt Scopus Hades-
.-ah is hostess.
Ray man Says He
Bases Candidacy
On His Past Record
Morej a Rayman, candidate lor
the Miami Citj Commission in
Group :*. Is basing his campaign oh
hi- record in civic activitic
governmental experience.
A 86-year-old Miami attorney,
be lives with hi
wife an d twi
children at Itt
SW 18th -t
Rayman thi:
week emphasiz
ed in- activities
as co-chairman ol
t h a Bmergencs
Consumers Mill
Committee, whe
fought a | I llUl
the Slate Milk
Commission over
high milk rates
and which re-
sulted in the
Commission giv-
ing up price controls on milk; his
fight in defeating the attempted
abolishment of the City of Miami
, during the consolidation battle of
1953: his fight in 1954 when he was
among leaders in the fight to end
slave labor of Puerto liican migra-
tOTJ farm workers in the South
Dade area; as special investigator
for the Dade county sheriff's office
in 1952 when he was instrumental
in forming the first Juvenile
Bureau of that division.
As deputy commissioner for the
film to be Shown
Southeast region premier of
if (yi Faujj," p film star-
ring Men and iponsored by
the National Federation ol Temple
Brotherhoods, will be shown W
daj evening following aervio
remple Israel, Albert Hlrach,
lent ol the Men'- Chit)
ol the national executive
I ol the Federation, announc-
ed W ednesday.
Sylvan Lebow, national executive
director <'i the organisation, will
DC guest speaker. Hindi said Re-
ception will follow the filrh show-
Ing
Physiciam' Wives Hear Talk
Physicians' Wive* < inb oi Great
er MJajni met We.utr.sday evening
at the home i.t Mr*. Manning .1
Rosnick. 2420 SW 5th ave. Mrs Em
mie S Hayes, of the Miami Public
Library, reviewed 'dit from the
Sea." by Ann Morrow Lindbergh '
3vmbe, ]
THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4 A
''"r;;;!"1,^ AJjjjji may be victorious thli war, bactaaa at neh
me the^Arabs will never rise aga n therafore knou that those
'""': retrain from helping Roosevelt or taking part In
war winch he brought upon his countr) -*
AXIS VICTORY WOULD SOLVE ZIONIST PROBLEM
Arab reliability" upon which Mr Byroad* and Mr Dulles ham an
ly proves^the farce further m The Record ol Coll. ,rat o.
jI Farouk of Egypt with the Nazis and Their Ally, the Mufti wo-
rn ted to the l N June 1048 "Joachim von Ribbentrop, Vi Foreign
to the Egyptian Ambassador in Teheran iS
!"' -"""..... '" "" '-'-k lor hi. .on.idential dis
i "' '"" "''' "Pen the discovery that Egypt's secret
'" ',l""::;' Bovernmen, whicn would be loyal toUw Allies \ h
-ha. who was called upon to form a new governmenj hi,,
affirms ........- ^ a- :-;;
,m \h'lv>- '";"'" B h" published March 24. 1943 In Bar
" "7......' ''"/'......' '" 1UlW'- rovin emiasarie InS
and to,'Zp'e'uir';i,',1r ,,""""U,r i"!* "' "U,,,, *** teeAwhip
ana to chargei this leadership with AnU-Allied sentiments Military
mcbook o Middle East Headquarter, ... British toteUUjence" *
that the overwhelming majorit) oi Syrian and Lebanese polrtical d fZ-
were pro-Nati and had c....., connection- with the .e ,, n ^ N
shows that these nation- declare,) war on the Axis m KbroaS
order to qualify for IN membership r.rruarv. i55. in
And Ibn Saud. of Saudi Arabia. President RooaMmlf. .
cellent friend, threatened war if the T,an-,ordan.an 'o ,~ ^Z'l
Ik Red Sea and the o.lr.ch protectorate of Kuwait were no returned
0 heir rightful Saudian owners He also made no secret of the fact
Documents discovered in the Axis arrhic ... -__ v.
These are great peoples, our Arab "All.ev Their latest deal wiih
the communists proves that their traditional integrity ha,dgSlntS
one 10ta Th should hearten Mr Byroade and Mr. Dulles
Florida Industrial Cotnmiaakm,
man s.;i as judge of the Work
men- Compensation Division dur-
ing I0M and 1955. As Boxing. Com-
missioner for the Cit> of Miami.
Rayman says he "fought to exempt
the AAU Golden Gloves Non-profit
amateur bouts from the city's Box-
ing Commission jurisdiction."
A University of Miami Law grad-
uate. Rayman saw service in the
Pacific during World War II. serv-
ing aver five years in the U.S.
Army Air Force. He has been very
active in civic, social and charit-
able organizations. Rayman has
been a recording secretary for the
Zionist Organization of America
for two years and was recently in-
stalled vice president of the ZOA
District for this coming year.
He is a Mason, board member of I
the ACLl'. member of the Florida j
Bar and the Dade County Bar As-!
sociation. He is the State trustee
for the Fraternal Order of Police
Associates and vice president of
the Greater Miami Democratic
Club He has been active in the
Miami-Dade County Chamber of
Commerce for the past few years,
concentrating on better relations
between labor and management.
& -enmg1 ?0 3
torium of the Zi S
Redman, presS'*
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YOUR MIAMI CITY GROUP
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DONALD F.
FROST
CITY COMMISSIONS
Attorney Civic Lender
Member B'nni B'rrtfc
Moose Lodge
Downtown Optimist (lei,
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llMembwl'. 1955
l^hloan Fund
rts Ackerman
A,.kcrman hta been elected
' A pnsident of the Great-
fc.mi Baron tic Hirsch Loan
Flection was held this week
;SS of Harry Simons. 1662
T named to assume office
like ensuing year were Bar
Hirsch Meyer, honorary
,- Frank Rose. Albert
j ind Leo Eisenstein, vice
ujts: Maurice Grossman, sec-
t Harry Simons, treasurer.
I) members are Harry O.
Sidney II Palmer, M. B.
t Aaron Kravitz, Benjamin
r'R w Apte. William Fried-
[pavid Kleber. Jack Murav-
I Elry Stone. Archie Brick.
h 01. Jesse M, Freed. Abe
ir,-Dan Serott. Max R. Silver
'e Schreidell.
de Hirsch Loan Fund is
Fthe auspices of the Greater
j Jewish Federation and oper-
as one of its sponsoring agen-
ytfia motto." Ackerman ex-
Jlk to help the needy
i ned and without interest
list Will
Seville
juet Facilities
Kipnis. managing director.
ippointed Harry Harfenist,
Retime of restaurant and
experience, as banquet
of the Hotel Seville.
femst will be arranging
ons in one of the most ex-
ve banquet facilities in the
fejturinn the "Alhambra"
Dade Butchers
Guild Seeks
Rabbinical Help
Dad County Kosher Butchers
Gaild Wednesday ma request to all Orthodox rabbis of
the Dade county area to represent
them "in every religious endeavor
concerning the problems of the
Guild regardless of under whose
supervision the individual member
may be."
"We ask you to be concerned
with the welfare of the Butcher's
Guild in every matter that con-
cerns the assured economy of the
butcher, and religious laws that
are connected with it," the request
said.
"We wish to feel free to call
upon you as a unit to discuss kash-
ruth and to, cimsidrr your advice j
worthy of **Ucm." Jack Pomer
antz, president, added.
*Jen>lstrhrHtor>
LEGAL NOTICE
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.","'*','''" rlctltloue name .,,
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'-ith street. North Miami.
'" :;"'" lo register said name
' .' "< ol Hi. rirculi Court
.unty. I1..1
%H- i AND K RAVITZ
i for John Toloi
Building
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^
NAME LAW
N"i 'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
<''." Al- _** "' 21 N W. (2nd
with the ( lerk ..i ii,. c r ill couri .,r
1,1 '- County, Florida
EDGAR M. LARSON
u-i v ... EMMA A. LARSON
hF.F.SLER i;arh
Attorney! f,- Applicants
17*1 W blaster St.
11 11 i _, i j a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is KERCHY GIVEN thai
Mi, undersigned, desiring to engage In
busin. iss under the fictitious name ol
BAYHHORE INVESTMENT CO., al
I'-!" ,Hi "' l'i Florida, Intend to register tald name
ith the Clerk or the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH WILLIAMSON
MELVIN OOLDSTROM
II/MMt-i!"' W- "'"'"^M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to encase In
business under the fictitious name of
tlOLDHTROM INVESTMENT CO., al
I'll' E. 1'i Lido, Drive. Miami Bea. h.
Florida, Intend to registi p said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ol '.i!e County, Florida.
MELVIN OOLDSTROM
RlTll \v. OOLDSTROM
11/4-11-18-2J

Golden Agtrs Will Mark
Eighth Year of Activity
Anniversary fiance which will
celebrate the eighth year of the
den Age Friendship Club of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will beSielrJ at. the Town
Branch SJtunfc evepfcg. Nov. 12.
This Golden Age Club is one of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of the
four Golden gJige"HrogrMjh being
Jewish ConvBu^itv, Center in the
Greater Miami area, serving over
300 of our senior citizens.
. ;mtr%,- -- ._______:____
>outti utroe cnrollntent Up
South l)a cently organized in this area, Wed-
nesday announced that it has 114
children enrolled in its Sunday-
school.
Enrollment in the regular reli-
gious school is 17. Mrs. Laura
Weinstock. of 5780 SW 82nd st,
indicated that the Center's pro-
grams are currently taking place
at South Miami Community House,
6150 Sunset dr., and meets the
last Wednesday of each month.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36655. A
in Re; ESTATE < n
WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known
WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS,
m ... ,. '''' sed
To AJj red..... and mi Persons Hai
ing Claims oi Demands Against Said
Batata:
You. an notified and required t-> present any
claims iind diinands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
.-taie of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also
known as WILLIAM hkhukht
MORRIS, deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Honorable
Count) Judges of I>de County, and
fjle the same in their offices in the
t nunty 'ourthouse in Darte County.
Florida, within Sight calendar mouths
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claim-, or demands to
contain the letal address of th.- claim-
ant and to b. sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will he barred.
Date November Sth, A.I). 1950.
EDNA .1. LEIB,
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of
WILLIAM II. MORRIS,
also known as
WILLIAM HERBERT
MORRIS, I i eas. d
MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneyi for Estate
11/11-11-25 12 2
\/9 *>
Hsrrjr Harttfiisf
W Ballroom which can accom-
e \200 for banquets. Six
'public rooms can take care of
1 to 500 persons," Kipnis
1 Harfenist family for many
Mwrated some of the finest
ant* in New York. The
BTcli Caterers.' of which
Wist was president, catered
Fweds of banquets in the fin-
|"Wels there.
rfenist has been residing in
J" ach for 15 years.
formidTSeeks
*P 2 Seat
'' McCormick is a candidate
g commission in group 2
*>ear-old hopeful this week
his
~ '-worters -that I have
"*ta| up for the people's
t for the
Past ten years.
rniamiskinR them to sand
IferThpm,hat ca" do a better
WSkVmcmber of the
^ent of Miami [Qr (ho
Mctormick said that he is
"'or the httie fellow-the
;ithout poii,iM, friends."
;r owner and operator of
on J?"8 a"d a member
h. he J, m r ,al ^P^st
5 -Ovocates lower fares
SUnt,
Senior Citizens on Boat Ride
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged
has arranged a boat ride on Nov.
16 for the senior citizens of the
Jewish Home for the Aged through
the courtesy of Capt. Sid Hart-
shorne. of the "Tropical Bird." The
Greater Miami Police Benevolent
Association will transport aged
residents to and from the boat.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, is in charge of arrange-
ments. Mrs. Sol Silverman is pres-
ident.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184759
JOSEPH MAJEWKKI, Plaintiff,
\ s\
JENNTE C, MK.Ii:\VSKI. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl' JENNIE C, MA.IKW SKI
23 I'arksid. I... ii.
Bayonne, New Jt
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Modification t
I'uiai Decree with Retard to Support
Moneys has been filed against you
ami you are required t.. serve a copy
of v ..hi pine dins to iann..... Ptalntlfrs
attornevs snd file the original plead-
ing ith the Clerh "f the Circuit
Court, OH or before the II day of
December, IMS, otherwise Judgment
b) d.fauit win be taken against you
lor the relief requested therein.
Dated :it Miami, 1 lot-Ida, this \th
\.i\ of November, 1955
H i: LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, ClrcuU Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM. W STOCKING
Deput) I'l.rk
MKNItY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff ,
1320 W Plagler Street, Miami. Hoi Ida
ll/U-|S-2a 12 I
Criminal Jury is Topic
At the weekly luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith.
Tuesday noon, Nov. 15, in the Di
Lido hotel. Hon. Richard E. Ger-
stein, assistant county solicitor,
will be gu8t speaker, Michael Sos-
sin, lodge president, announced
Wednesday. Gerstein will speak on
"You and the Criminal Jury." Ger-
shon S. Miller is luncheon chair
man.
ifor
ncreased
^XfL*1"a,so work r
*HThVysteni *nd ,e
'"Her y ^"C'lhappy pa-
McCormick asserted.
Emphasis on Worship Theme
Of Program at University
Emphasis on religious worship
attendance is the theme to be used
by the University of Miami Stu-
dent Religious Association during
the national "Religion In American
Life" program to be conducted
through Nov. 30.
The Student Religious Associa-
tion, which is comprised of repre
sentatives from all the religious
groups on the campus, will sponsor
the campaign. Committee is head-
ed by Cynthia Hechter, 1955-56 re-
cipient of the Minna Hoffman Bosf
Interfaith Scholarship. Dr. Melanie
Rosborough is faculty advisor.
Honor Univnitr's Opening
Malave Malke will be given by
Mizrachi Organization of Miami in
honor of the opening of Bar Han
University of Israel Saturday eve-
ning at Beth El Congregation.
Chairmen of the affair are Israel
Levenapn. president, and Ben Licn-
ter, corresponding secretary. Rab-
bi S. T. Swirsky will be speaker.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 184796
MABEL LEE CAMPBELL, Plaintiff
vs.
MACK CAMPBELL, IVfendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in MACK CAMPBELL
H.-sWenee 1'nknown
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for divorce
has hen filed aaainot you. and you lire
reaulred to n rve < copy w your An-
twVr thereto on PtalntlfTi attorney,
BEN E88BN, 1"H Reynold Huddiim,
Miami. I lorida. and flU- the original
Answer in the office Of the Clerk of
the Circuit fonrt on or before the
|2th da\ of December. 19.">.">: otherwise
the allegations of said Hill of lorn-
,.!.. in i ill be taken a* confessed
scalnst you.
Dated nil- ti> of Mevambari
19,J' K. B. LKATHKKMAN.
I'leik Circuit '"iirt
By. WM W STOCK INT.
Deputy t'lerk
BEN B88EN, EsqWre
Attorney for Plaintiff
11/11-1S-21 12/2______________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DAOE fOUNTY. FUOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S42SS
IKMA MITCHELL. Plaintiff
M VT1UN MITCHELL, Defendant
A NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ToSr^A?bANWJlT^HEJ^rjK!
i u,e on the Plaintiffs attorney,
08KPH ROSBNKRANTjE, KSW. <>>
i I uo .. Road Bids Miami Beach.
g. MO. day of ocber.
,,Ml K 1! I.KATIIKHMAT
nerfc of CJrruJJ Coort
By H. H RICE, JR.
,_n Deputy < lerk
JOHBPH ItOSKNKHANTZ. ESQ.
,,,,i,i K.md HUM!
., Beach. rv>rlda
t0 |8 11/4-11 -1 v
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S440I
CLEMENS BCHEL'ER, Plaintiff,
\ n
HELEN B. BC11EUER, Defendant
TO: HELEN KCHEUER
lus-il 7th Ave
Forest Hills, L.I., \.w York
Fou are required to serve copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
fa Divorce on the iiinintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in trie
office of the t'lerk of the Circuit Couri
on or before the ,'.th day Of December,
a.d. in:,,-., otherwise, the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
2th day of October. IMS.
K. It. LBATHKUMAN.
Clerk of the ClrcuU Court,
Made County, Florida.
By: M. .S. UKEF.N.
(Circuit Court .Seal) Deputy clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Ally.
1023 geybotd Building
11/4-11-18-2.-.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mid. rsign.-d, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JOSEPH CULLEN, at 2810 N.W. 1st
St Miami. Intends to register said
n line with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
MAURICE COHEN
ll/t-11-18-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Unit
the undersigned, desiring to sngaga in
business under the fictitious name of
K. C. PACKAGE ST' IRE, at is N.W,
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Hoi Hla
CHARLES M. KOLLIN
MARK S1LVER8TEIN, Ally.
U'M Lincoln Head, Miami Beach, Fla.
10/28 11/4-11 -1s
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY (3IVEN that
b) virtue of Chapter f.TS of Florida
statutes Annotated ((1941), Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts
wherein A. O. TRANSFER WARE-
HOUSE CO., inc., a Florida corpora-
tion, by virtue of its warehouse lien,
liax in its possession the following de-
scribed property:
1 AIR. CONDITIONER. OFFICE
FILES AND MISCELLANEOUS CAR-
TONS as the property of M GlLLBR,
Pan-Am Mortgage Company. Security
Building, Miami, Fla.: 1 PHOTOORA-
PHER'fl FLUORESCENT LltJHT as
the property of MRS. GLASS, II Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach; REFRIG-
ERATOR, WASHING machine. :'
BEDS, CHAIRS AND OIL HEATER,
as the property of Mrs. Retlta Harris,
l8."i N.W. 4th Avenue, Miami; and
that on the lilt Day of November.
l:ij.-., during the legal hours of sale.
mainly between ll:O0 forenoon and
: .on in the afternoon, at 204 N. Miami
Avenue. Miami, Florida, the under-
signed shall offer for sale to the high-
. st bidder for cash in hand the above
described property as the property "f
M. CILLER. MRS CLASS and MRS.
HARRIS
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th
Day <>f November. 1953.
A. O. TRANSFER &
WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
11 11-18___________________
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33927-A
RE: ESTATE OK
DAVID MEYER. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my finiil report and petition for
Final Discharge of Executor of the
estate of DAVID METER, deceased:
and that on the -8th day of November,
195.1. will applv to the Honorable
FRANK DOWLINO. County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval pf
aid final report snd for final dis-
charge as Executor of the Estate of
DAVID MEYER, deceased.
This 17th day of October, I95S.
DAVID RIFAS, Executor
Attornev for Executor
GEORGE CHERTKOF
tt>1 Olympla Hldg.. Miami 32. Florida
in M 11/4-11-18_____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACE-HY B1GN COMPANY at 1107 N.
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Q. H. BASS
BERNARD Ill'TNER. Esq.
i.e. oivmpla Bldg.. Miami. Florida
Attorney for (5. H. Bnss
10/18 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnes under the fictitious name of
.1 L. TRUCKING, at 75 W. 33rd
Street. Hlalesh. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK LEVY. Sole Owner
10/21-28 11/4-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan
CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS, at
Central Blvd., Miami, Intends to ._
later said name with tin- Clerk ol
Circuit Court of Dade Coiint\, I'N
HARRY MOSS
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Applicant
U0 Blscayne Hldg.
11/4-11-18-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga|
business under the fictitious nan
THE TRAVEL BHOPj at 254 i: It
Flaglei Si.. Miami. Florida, ill'
to register said name wiiii the i
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
RALPH ROI'.HINH
METER, WEISS. ROSEN A RC
.\ttoi neyi foi Ralph Rabbins
120 Llm oln Road, Miami Beach, I
ll 4-ll-18-2fi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name it
RWEETWATER BAR, at 730 8 W
108th Avenue, Sweetwater, intend- to
r mid name with the Clerk of
the <'iicult Court of ilade i'"
Floi iila.
RENATO E. KNol".- !
KE88LER c.AIts
Attorneys for Applicant
17*.^ W. Flaglei st.
ll/4-ll-lh-:'.-..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN Uv.t
the undersigned, desiring to engs^
business under the fictitious name of
SILVER DRUGS, at UJ6MI N.W.
Avenue. Miami, Dade County.
intend to register said name with Jthe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ie
County, Florida.
DAVID SILVER
ZE1.DA SILVER
MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
f,:.0 S.ybold Bldg.
11/4-11-1X-L'-,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H.-:REHY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORMAN KLEIN INTERIORS', at
MS list St Miami Jleach,
Intends to register said name with t'-e
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of I'ade
Countv. F'lorida.
NORMAN KLEIN [TEJUOR8, INC.
RHAPUtO AND PRIED
At toi nei a for Applicant
420 Limoln Road
11/4-U-18-SS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174*55
FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff,
MILDRED DILI^ARD WALLA, i:
WRlOHT. Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRED DII.LARD
WALLACE WRIGHT
(address unknown I
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Di\
has be.n filed against you and you
are required to file your answer in
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court. Dade County, Florida, and
copy of your answer on the Plaintiff s
attorney, JOSEPH ROSBNKRANTZ,
ESQ., a' One 4-incoln Road, Miami
H.a.h, Florida on or before the 2nd
day of December. l'.'.V.. If you fa
do so a Decree Pro Omfesso will be
entered against you,
Dune and ordered this 1st day Of
November, 19.V..
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Circuit Clerk
By R. H RICE, JR.
(Seal) Deputy Cler':
11/4-11-18-2.'. .________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GIFT BAZAAR, at 12731 Hiscayne
Blvd.. Miami. Florida. Intends to rei-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. FT.
WILLIAM BOXER
GILBERT & YOUNG
Attornevs for William Be
10/28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 18+233
PA PL W. TURNER, Plaintiff.
vs.
ESTELLE TI'RNER, Defendant
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
TO: ESTELLE TURNER
Residence unknown
You are hereby notified that a P.M
of Complaint fer Divorce has
filed against yott, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..n or before the 12nd day of Novem-
ber IS.'..'.. !f vou fall to do so, Juds-
ment by default will be taken against
vou for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint
This notice shall lie published on^e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of October, A P
E. B. LEATHBRMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By R H RUE, JR..
(Circuit Court Seal! ity Cleric
MELVIN I. MIROFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
J7 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
10 LM -28 11/4-11____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
la |C LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag. in
businea under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO CLUB, al P. O. __?
Miami Beach 40, Hla.. intends tn/ff-
sald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County Flo
DAVID S. GOLDFTNL
l/l-28 11/4-11


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"WorU
When Mm. JannU Taural was in town last
week, she did more than appear as soloist with the
CM Symphony Orchestra. .
The Hanry J. Nalsons arc Mmc. Tourel\ k>l
time friends, and whenever she comes to Miami.
they spend many happy hours with her. .
On Friday night, after her arrival, Ruth and
T Mmc Tourel on a sight-seeing tour through "Motel
dthen entertained the famous star at the Fontaineheau. .
\ fallowing day, Ruth took Mme. Tourel shopping along
rd and friends saw the duo wind up for lunch at Darby's
e ,t was rehearsal at the auditorium. A reception in
iTourei'* honor followed at Lowe Gallery Saturday evening. .
L In Ruth reports, "there was more sightseeing and
iSmes spent on the heach." World renowned soprano or not,
iTevrel took in more shopping Monday on Lincoln rd. .
Ruth sadly: -Tuesday there was but time for lunch at
J| and then on to the airport. Mm*. Tourtl has a spark-
Lonalitv and is truly a wonderful storyteller. Henry and I
[about her performances in Edinburgh, command perform-
i London and her tour through South America and Rhodesia
summer in hehalf of the United Jewish Appeal."
^rdins t Larry Rosenberg, Westview Country Club opens
[dinner dance Saturday, and many private parties are being
I to make the evening a gay success. .
.*y Meyer, president of the club, has been ill, but he's now
"the pink and will be present at the opening. .
rry reveals that WestvieWs currently planning for enter-
it of members of Beauclair Country Club of Jacksonville,
coming here Nov. 26 for the football game and Westvii
Finnual sold tourney Nov. 27.
fce Jack Pritts have returned from a long European tour,
i included Prance, Switzerland. Belgium, Italy and a visit to
ck's I member of North Shore Post 677, JWV. At a recent
he was made an honorary member and presented with a
embership. .
lie Prim make their home at 401 92nd st., Surfaide. H
e!y known jeweler.
pattl big daj (his week for 12 year-old Toni Evans. She'- the
h'.er ol Gabriel Htatrer and daughter of Mrs. Ellis Gim-
iNorth Shore dr., Normandy. Isle. .
|bm330 tors, all members of the American Institute
tan, visited her home in a group to see a picture hanging
ftroom. A -nnple pastel called "Coconuts," it was painted
youngster and won first prize during National Art Week at
m Beach showing. .
ni'i not only talented in painting and dancing. She's art di-
laf Nautilus school's journalism class paper, an active Girl
I ami good cook .
(tene oi winch is surprising to mother Maida. Apparently.
|always been precocious.
H Going I Comings: Back from their 16-day cruise of
nbbean on Alcoa Lines' vessel "Corsair." are the Julius Jay
iMtri, *ho took their first vacation in three years to tele
llW recently-received law degree at the University ol
kVhile off to .mend the 33rd semi annual convention ol the
ta's Auxiliary, Florida Chiropody Association in St. P
Maurice A. Kleiman. She's sccretary-tiea.-urer of the or-
p Jacob Raichicks, of SVV 17th st.. have returned from New
phy. where they attended the marriage of daughter Beatrice
Schaum. .
Iflile the Schaums were honeymooning in Miami Beach, they
ports of honor at a reception given by Mrs. David Brown and
TM'S lister, Mrs. Bernard Leiter, at the Leiter home on SW
Nhor of the novel, "Deep Six," which he recently wrote in
Nton rd. home here (since sold), Martin Dibner, says he s not
m to Miami Beach this season.- .
wllywood bought the book and Martin's going out there to do
;"*n treatment The Dibner family remains in their Maine
Cy Gortfritds are due home after an exciting trip (o
following several weeks on the continent, and a short hop to
Africa, the Gottfried* boarded the SS Independence at Gi-
ro New York, where they remained several days before
1 ,he mtor trip home.
"dancinR under the stars in the garden of the waterfront
g S'ner on DiLido Island, when Marshall Walter
Jtteption there recently for newlyweds l*abl and Jerome
fciirST are back from their wedding trip after their Oct.
Fijmi Beach" '^ former ,Mb#l *tar**" of Wilmington, Del..
Irryi an attorney and president of Nore Shore Lodge, B'nai
wrh?!lLlnc",('n,any- h state vice president of the Florida
t here "' ComWM and headed the 1955 Red Cross fund
E*K vUa" ""' ('omilgs: De now from their European trip
sojourn are architect Morris LepWus and his
IU>^'*"' Ml Jamaica," has returned to that island after
It. J^T ol s"oPs here. But bis father. I. A. Use, and Abe s
^^n- are remaining at the Columbus for another ten
J^t^wiislb-IEJIfOipidlilaun
Mrs. Sidney Gorchov, program chairman of
National Council of Jewish Women's "Glam-
our Harvest Party." looks on at identical
twins Patricia and Cynthia Korobin, who will
model gowns and show ladies how to "dress
up" and "Hress down" as the occasion de-
mands ct Council's Wednesday function in
the Algieij lictel.
Glamour to nth Degree is Their Keynote
Council of Jewish Women will have an oppor-
tunity to be glamorized to the nlh degree on Wednes-
day, Nov. 15. at the Algiers hotel. The only ticket
of admission i- I bundle of old but salable clothing
for the Thrift Shop. Coffee will be served at 1:30
p.m. and then the "Harvest Party" will begin.
Laura O'Banion, a former Mrs. Florida and well
known beauty in fashion circles, will speak on new
fashions, their manufacture and proper fitting.
Doris Crane, of the local modeling agency, will
comment on a fashion show of clothes to be shown
by the Society of American Fashion Designers, Mi-
ami chapter. Miss Crane will lecture on correct pos-
ture, walking, make-up and proper accessorizing of
basic costumes.
Professional models from (he Doris Crane Model
ing Agency will show the clothes, and a pair of (wins
will wear identical basic dresses, one demonstrating
how to "dress it up" by proper accessories, the
other how to "dress it down."
Purpose of the admission of a "parcel of clean
salable clothing," of course, is to stock the Council
Thrift Shop for (he coming season. A committee ol
Thrift Shop workers will meet each woman at the
door and place the parcels of clothing in waiting
trucks, says Mrs. Marvin L. Sank, transportation
chairman.
Mrs. Sidney B. Gorchov, who is chairman in
charge of program for the afternoon, says that an
unusually large attendance is anticipated at the
Algiers affair.
Mrs. Jerry Lelchuk and Mrs. James Cohen are in
charge of hostesses for the afternoon, and Mrs.
Theodore R. Andrews is telephone committee chair-
man. Thrift Shop chairman is Mrs. Aaron M. Kan-
ner, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is section president
of Council.
Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Lawrence
Smilan. Mrs. William A. Weintraub. Miss Harriet
Stcrnfeld, Mrs. Ray Wolfe. Mrs. Lionel W. Carpel.
Mis. Fred Meyer, Mrs. Sam M." Routcnberg, Mrs.
Rose B. Berg, Mrs. A. Goldsmith and Mrs. Charles
S. Fisher.
Magnolias and Mint Julep Invade West Miami Center
Magnolias and min( julep are in (he air for Sister-
hood of the West Miami Jewish Center. They will
KJ Yiddish minslrel show at the Center Saturday
skeptical at first, but then Mrs. Golden thought it
stTt Mrs. Goldberg explains." Apparently Mrs. Max
Rubin 605 SW 68th ave.. came up wi(h the sugges-
tion Uirtthe Yiddish motif be added. "We were
and Sunday evenings. Nov. 12 and 13.
Entitled "Sha Sha der Rebel Geht." the showJain
,wo as Written and directed by Mrs Elwood Gold-
berg 6101 SW 16th tOT., and Mrs. Arthur Golden,
6131 SW 16th (er.
Proceeds of the affair are to fulfill Sisterhoods
pledge to West Miami Jewish Center for (heir share
, supporting (he religious schools expansion pro-
gram.
We had a vague idea abou( a minstrel show and
might be a good idea io combine both into a Yiddish
minstrel." ----------
Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Golden started writing the
script some two months ago, and when it finally
goes on the boards Saturday evening, it will repre-
sent the combined efforts of at least 40 West Miami
Jewish Center members. Assistant producers are
Mrs. Sidney Pascal, 6470 SW 27th st., and Mrs. Har-
old Saxc, 155 NW 32nd ct. Accompanist is Taavo
Virkhaus, of West Miami Junior High School.
The humorous Southern farce is about a Jewish
couple at the outbreak of the War Between the
Sta(es. Moishe Kapoyer is a hen-pecked husband,
whose wife, in addition to being a shrew, suffers
from high blood pressure. "The rest, we refuse to
divulge," Mrs. Goldberg laughs. "The show will tell
all."
Cast of "Sha Sha der Rebel Geht" is composed of
the Mesdames Max Rubin. Fred Rohrlich, Al Weiss-
man, Harvey Sootin, Nat Keusch. Morris Grecnstein
Continued on Page 5 B


Page 2 B
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Lucious Fruits and Vegetables Make
Splendid Dill Pickles, Spiced Peaches
By LEAH LEONARD
The ma tow with
::. and \-
Home-makers' thoughts turn to
pickling and pn
.1., ni this b> : ': l iho fields We
offer the 1 ood
-tar
HOME-MADE DILL PICKLES
Ea-\ V- a I'ucum-
S Vet firm fre-h cucumber*.
3 to h am Wa-h in COM
r .ind wipe dry Pack into one
or twr.-r.u3rt flan Jan, preferably j
those with wide upenin-' Tour over
:he cooled, boiled water a* required to
come within a half inch of top of
Women's Classes Convent
Adult education women- divi-
sion of Zamora Jewish Center will
meet Tuesday mormne for dl
Major theme will he Rebirth of
'he Individual Rabbi B Leon
Efurwita will -peak.
jar. amply covering, the cent
ach quart ^r add a tablesi
alt. 1 tea
. brown sugar. 3 clove- garlic.
I frr-h or dry-
dill The 'ar- will he filled to top
Adju- allowini
period of fcrmen-
i Keep temperature
When fermentation -top- and the
liquid in jar- become- cloudy.
ten jar coven and -tore in a
cool, dark place Read> la aarva in
abe*H ten d.:
To hasten fermentation, place
the filled jars in the -un for a day
or two
Larger Quantity Pill Pickle-
An\ rise cucumber may be nsed
lor thi- method. Wash and wipe
dry firm in*ti cucumbers Arrange
in a pickling crock, packing tight
lv 1 o one peck of average siae cu-
cumbers approximately 10 pound-.
I to 6 quarters water Bring
water to a boil and add !'. cups
--alt Let cool to lukewarm and add
to cucumbers Be sure the liquid
COVCn the contents of crock. Add
3 head- of garlic i-eparated and
. di. 4 cup whole mixed pick-
ling -pice and aeveill bunch^ oi
frc-h or dry dill Place a heavy
in-ide crock to weigh the CU-
n well under the
liquid A well -crunbed rock
the pla'e help- Covet wWl mu-
hn and let -tar.l at room tempera-
ture till fermentation begins and
scum form- Skim well, wash and
return heavy plate and weight
When bubbles disappear (fermen-
tation nately 8 to 10
days, the pickles are ready to cat
May be -tored in a cool, dark
piace. after fermentation stoi
Variation If fresh grape leave-
are available, pack some between
layers of cucumbers and cover top
before adjusting weight. Lends >pc
cial flavor
SPICED PEACHES
3 pounds clingstone peaches (un
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Hebrew Academy women's member-
ship chairman, presents plaque to Mrs. Charles H. Fruchtman,
hostess to more than 200 women who attended a memberhip
tea at her home. Participating in the award ceremonies was
Mrs. Irvinq Firtel (left), president oi the women's qroup. More
than 130 new members, of which 40 are life members, joined
in the current membership campaiqn. Principal speaker wa3
Mrs Merivina Weiss Liebman. supervisor oi elementary edu-
cation for Dade county schools.
dernpe>
(loves a- directed
Cold water as directed
1 cup sugar
*\ cup cidar vinegar
1 teaspoon whole mixed spice.
optional
3 bay lca\>
1 3-inch stick cinnamon
Pare peaches and in.-ert 2 or 3
whole cloves in each Add enough
cold water to come halfway up side
of pot m which peach*I are to be
I (over and bring to a
quick boil. Reduce heat to a -low
boil and cook till peaches are ten
der enough to pierce with a tooth-
pick. Add sugar, cider vinegar, bay-
leaves and stick cinnamon The
whole mixed spice-, if u-o.l. -hould
be tied in a piece of cheesecloth
and discarded after 5 minute
cooking time. Continue cooking :i
to 5 minutes, uncovered. Turn into
glaea jars, preferably wide mouth-
ed ones, and seal while hot. Can
be served as saon as cold, but bet
ter flavored after several days
Yields about 3 pints
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Lowly Onion Rises to High
Occasion With Some Imagination
IEGINA FRISCHWASSER
tette-tingler for the
bib; to enjoy Onions are
t bring out the wonderful
[of many foods, hut don't
I tint they can be a treat in
L* when prepared with
Ufed BAKED ONIONS
boilo'l
iviar
lemy PTA
Talk
Miriam Pell Solkofi, presi-
ftfcr Hebrew Academy PTA,
la meeting h al Academy
I evening
^ding to Mrs M. H. Rosen-,
, program chairman, t h e I
this moniir- meeting w.i-
Eardir.- Y u r Children's
ice Honig, ehap-'
|vc the invocation.
tf entitle I What Teach-
ited to par-1
(conjunction with the show-
fa film. "Tea< her'S Observ-
[ School Children." Another j
[Rheumatic Fever," was I
[and discussc l by Dr. Irwin '
ky. physician in charce of
pith program ;it the school.
Howard A En [le, Miami pe-1
Ian. acted as commentator
| two films
pi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
Idressed the parents.
Jig Mrs Hyman Sandier,
bty chairman, as hostesses,
Mesdames Ted Landes-
tthur Bergman. Charles Bo-
Mrs. Ruth Mirmelli.
3 tablespoons melted butter
1 tablespoon ohopped par-Icy
3 tablespoons bread crumbs
1 tablespoon chopped pimento
Peel the onions and boil in v
20 minutes. Remove the insider ol
the onions leaving two outer shell
unbroken. Mash the pulp with
hard boiled egg yolks, caviar, add
melted butter, chopped pimentos,
chopped parsley and bread crumbs.
Fill the onions, place into a greaa
ed pan, and bake in a moderate
oven 15 minutes
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BAKED CREAMED
CAULIFLOWER
4 tablespoons butter
1 cup bread cubes
3 tablespoon-; flour
2 cups milk
1 boiled cauliflower
1 teaspoon salt
1 8 teaspoon pepper
Melt 3 tablespoons butter 1:1 a
saucepan and add bread i
Brown on all sides, then remove
the cubtt. Add 1 tablespoon bat-
tler, lour blending with the but-
tee. Pour the milk into the flour
and cook on low flame until thick
Place the flowcrettea al boiled
cauliflower into a baking dish
spnnkie w.th -alt. pepper and pour
the sauce over it. Place the tried
Dread cube- over the cauliflower,
, and hake in a moderate oven 15
minutes.
TV Star Blames
Ice-wx Raiding
On Swiss Gruyere
"If the number of Ice-box raiders
win: in Jewish hornet about
the city, tin- may be explained by
the growii .; popularity of the -u-
perior Swiss Gruyere Cheese, Milk
boy Brand, now bein^' imported
from Switzerland by Border- "
Betty Jane Tyler, Jewish tele-
vision star.
Commenting from lit-own home
rience, Mi i lr .-, pi the
opinion that Milkboy Qgiyere was
to excellent in taste and eating
quality that no man or woman who
was able to open the refrigerator
could refrain from bein^ a 'Milk-
boy raider.''
Coffee time after a canasta session'finds (left to right) Claire
Isaac.-., Cele Goldberg end Lee Weiner at Pumpernik's 67th.
Localites, they make the home of the pumpernickel bagel a
frequent stopping place.
Conference Meeting Will Present
Means to Learn About Child Care
^PRODUCTS

Slates Luncheon
Dade Jewish Center Sis-
will hold it- monthly
Wednesday noon, Nov.
I Center Mrs Anne Wax-
Ibehostc.. for the affair.
Opening meeting of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Women's Organisa-
tion! will afford a unique opportu-
nity to learn about the varied pro-
grams concerned with child care in
Miami, Mrs. Aaron Farr. president,
said Wednesday.
The meeting, called a "net ac-
quainted coffee." will be held at
the Miami Woman's Club on Fri-
day, Nov. 11, from 9:30 a.m. to
12:15 p.m.
Dr. Stephen A. Wright, director
of the Child Guidance Clinic of
Dade County, will discuss "Emo-
tional Needs of Children and the
Work of the Child Guidance Clin
ic." Maxwell Fassler, case super-
visor of the Jewish Family Service,
will explain "Community Services
in Behalf of Children." The
"Group Work Approach to Chil-
dren" will be presented by Eman-
uel Tropp, assistant director.
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
The program will conclude with
a panel discussion chaired by Mr-
Alexander Robbins. chairman of
Conferences foster home finding
project for children under the care
of the Jewish family Service. Par-
ticipants in the panel will be Dr.
Wright. Fassler, Tropp and Mrs.
Winifred Brown, Jewish Family
Service child care wo-ker.
Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. chairman
of the day, states that the purpose
of the meeting is "to broaden our
outlook in relation to children's
problems generally, in order to
better interpret the Conference's
present program of foster home
finding."
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National Council of Jewish Wom-
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project. "Hobbly Hu Idles," will
meet on Friday morning, Nov. 18.
at the s.m Marino hotel to arrange
the schedule for bridj s and man
jong classes,
Mr-. Miriam Kobli y ii chairman
(,i th classes, and Mrs. Har-
i i Schiff i- char, in:;:i ol mah Jong.
a
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Kneseth i ad will
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day noon. Not 15.
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Hadassah Groups Plan Monthly
Meetings as Book Month Highlighted
Monthly meeting of the Hen Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern at the piano
rietta Szold group of Hadassah will
be held on Monday afternoon. Nov.
14. at the Delano hotel.
Mrs. Sam Frankel. group presi-
dent, will report on the 41st na-
tional Hadassah convention in ("hi
cago. Mrs. Ehiel Lcsowodcr will
speak on her recent trip to bratl
Mrs. Sonia Waist, folk singer,
will lead a community sing with
Albert Einstein group ol Hadai
sah will hold its iseond RMCtinf
Nov. 12 at the North Hade Jtwisfa
Center Subject for the afternoon
will be an educational enlighten
ment on Youth Aliyah Mrs Arthur
Willina is chairman

Hannah Sencsch group 1 Ha
Left to right are Mrs. Kate Meidenberg. Mrs. Frieda Kalstein
and Mrs. David S. Denner. Mrs. Meidenberg served as spon-
sor of a luncheon honoring Mrs. Kalstein in the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Denner read the invocation.
SIXTY OF MR FRIENDS ATTtND
Surprise Testimonial Fetes Mrs. Kalstein
a surprise tcinnuni.il luncheon was tendered Mm Frieda Kalstein
1 Sui Women tuxilian ol the Jewish Home for the
I and the Israeli group oi Hadassah.
With no friends attendin hotel function. Mn Kalstein
was lauded "for her man> jrean.....irviec to the cause <>i Israel and to
local philanthrope
A l Kalstein Gacden," Mma )ixt trees planted in
Israel, wu made to the honoree i>> Mr- Lra Krivitsen, president of the
Israeli group of Hadassah.
Mn Sol Silverman, chairman of the dav. presented Mn Kalstein
with an inscription in the Golden Book of the Home (or the Aged
other gifts were tendered on behalf of the group b) Mrs Kate Meiden
berg, sponsor of the luncheon.
Mrs David S Denner read the invocation as chairman of the ban
quet.
Ml will hold a regular meeting
at the Shelborne hotel on Mon-
da\ aiternoon. Nov. 14.
President Mis Jack Falk. who
has just returned from the na-
11,.n.i! convention in Chicago, will
present detailed report on the
important decision made
A musical program, arranged by
program chairman Mrs. David El-
kmd. will close the meeting.

Deborah Croup of Hadassah will
have a luncheon meeting on Mon-
dav noon. Nov. 14. at the Algiers
hotel.
Report on the national conven-
tion will bt given by president Mrs.
Sain TarU A film entitled "En-
emies ol Israel" will In- shown.

Regular meeting of the Israeli
group "l Hadassah will be held on
\..v 14 noon at the Algiers hotel
In honor of Jewish Book Month,
H Leonard will review his
!.....k Americans All."

Torah group'a regular meeting
Monday afternoon. Nov. 14 at the
home of Mrs Sam Weisaal, 4620
Granada blvd., Coral Gablea, will
hear M;s Louil Goldman, chapter
isanCenter coordinator, apeak
on Hadassah s Medical Organiza-
tion and the new Medical (enter.
\ Monologue reading bj Mrs
Albert Rosenthal will also be
1 \Ir Jack Donner will lead
the group in song.

Rabbi Yaakov (i Roacnbcr
Beth David, will lx' nucst speaker
at the regular meeting of Menorah
group oi Hadasaah Nov. h at the
(Oral Cables Jewish Center. Mom-
bars vvill find on display exhibits
celebrating Jewish Book Month.

Mi Scopui group ol Hadassah
I will devote its November meeting
j and program to Youth Aliyah.
Mt Scopus Youth Aliyah com-
mittee i planning a luncheon and
program at the Colony restaurant
at noon on Monday. Nov 14.
Mr- Samuel / Sakrais, v ic<-
president Ol the Florida region of
Hadassah. will be principal speak-
er. The film. Sulamith hinds To
morrow." will Uv shown.

Regular meeting of the shaioma
group of Hadassah will lie held on
Monil.iv noon. Nov 14. at the Hi
biscus lodge
Book review c i "Esther." by
Nathaniel Weinraub. will be given
by Mrs Morr SJcop
IVrson to-Person- report will
n lv the following members
who visited Israel this past sum-
Emanu-EI Ladies i
Mark Book Month
Si-terhood ol Temple Emanu El
will hold its annual Thanksgiving
tea on Wednesday afternoon No*
16. at the Saxony hotel, announced
Mrs. Irving Cypen. president
In honor of Jewish Book Month,
the program will feature a book re-
view presented by Mrs. Irving
l.ehrmaii on "The Diary of Ann
Frank." A special highlight of the
afternoon's activities will be dra-
matic interpretations |rom the
play given by Mrs. Harold Turk
Vocal selections will be given by
soprano Miss Judith Berezin. ac-
companied by Mrs I I. Fishl.cin
Mrs Jules Chawing is program
chairman, and chairman for the
day will be Mrs. Turk
"?
Sapero Reelected President
.liiliu- Sapero was this week re
elected to his fifth term as presi-
dent of Beth Raphael Congrega
tion.
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Lorber Chapter Hoars Talk
Following Temple's Services
Thursday noon at the Robert
Clay hotel, Lorber chapter of the
Jewish National Home for Asth
matic Children, heard Dr Florence
\\ eehsberg speak on The Role of
the Female A Cross Cultural
Comparison."
New members junder the direc-
tion of Mrs. Leonard Wollman pre-
sented a skit. Mrs. Harold Solomon
is president of the group.
mer: Mrs. Morris Miller. Mrs Mau-
rice Kovnat. Mrs. Harry Boonshaft
and Mrs. Herman Angerman.

Naomi group of Hadassah is hav-
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evening, Nov. 14, at the Colony
restaurant. Participating in ;i
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Folias and Mint Julep Invade West Miami Jewish Center
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rtci
Continued from P-l* 1
, .bar, Act II. which is the minstrel por-
Station, features Sam Gordon, Jerry
Kcllir Elwood Goldberg, Sid Pascal, Al
lm and Jesse T.-itlcry
, cborus win nature Estelle Bender. Ber-
jlich. Mildred Scherer, Blanche Berlin, lone
mine Myers, Zeldl Jncobowitz, Harriet
Mrs. Sam Gordon, of 5870 SW nth ir I. ,r
are planning a barbecue luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Ida Jaffee.
185 SW 11 ter.. on Thursday noon!
Nov. 17.
Mrs. Milton Yaffee, chairman,
will be assisted by Mrs. Al Zatlin,
Mrs. George Liebman, Mrs. Minna
U-vine. Mrs. Otto Bernatsky. Mrs.
Stevie.Kline. Mm. Nathan SjiegeJ,
tnan. Mrs George Walbaum. Mrs.
Harry
Brandt.
Zimbler. Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Hurwitz in Review
Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz reviewed
the best seller, "Captain Dreyfus."
at a meeting ol ibe Sisterhood of
.Zamdra Jewi^J D*tr*-1feinesday
evening.


k*

ting up for "Sha Sha der Rebel Gehat" are (leh to right)
Dresner, Helen Burrows and Bernyce Gordon. The Yid-
binstrel goes on the boards m^ West Miami Jewish Cen-
irurday and Sunday evening, "^Nov. 12 and 13.
IVith
Chapters Slate
Affairs Here
Workshop on problems of do-
mocracj will be printed by the
","' Gables chapter of B'nai
I nth on \v 16 at the home of
Ml Natalie Green, 720 Majorca
ve
Subjects in the field of human
relations to he discussed are "D.
negation and the Public
Schools." "McCarranWalter Immi-
gratIM Act" and "Child and His
I Prejudice."
Participants in the workshop
Who are members of the Coral Ga-
bles chapter are Mrs. Gertrude
i Marx, abs. Rosalind Bretton, Mr-
' Natalie Green and Mrs. Edith,-Wag-
ner.
Workshop is being coordinated
by Miss Friscilla Kosenfo1d.eduea-
j tional director. Florida regional
; office of the Anti-Defamation
; Laagoa of Bnai B'rith.
North Dade chapter of Bnai
B'rith women will hold a member-
ship tea on Tuesday evening, Nov.
15, at the home of Sally Epstein,
1240 NE 152nd st
Her co-hostesses will be Lynn
Gale and Anna Weiss.
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announcing
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Friday Traditional Dinner
Complimentary Sacramental Wine
DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH OBSERVED (full-time Mashgiach;
Aooroved by-
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Bnai B'rith Women of Miami!.
0 fif SHOWN FOR FIRST TIME HIRE
ring for Brandeis Women Will be Installed Officers
i ulm, The Story of
in full color
[shown lor the first time
! in this area at the an-
iBeetin- ol the National
Committee ol Brandeis
latemoon. Nov. 18, at the
Roman's Club.
wicr. (Ii~l.iuui>lied NBC
[television announcer and
IWor of the Boston Sym-
|0rthe:ia broadcasts, will
I the film, announces Mrs.
Ginsburg. president of
l>P
I will be served at 1 p.m.,
M>i Irving Lehman will
tofficerv At the eonclusion
I half-hour showing of the
Ginsburg will an-

Celebrofe 55fh
Anniversary
Mr- Simon R. Blatteis,
'Shore dr. Miami Beach,
fneir 55th wedding anni-
[With a dinner at the Sax-
% Friday
T*> a retired physician,
iood Group
|be Models
E*1!1 *rve M m("|,,|>'
r0n ow which will fea-
gjnu.1 Sisterhooj day
P b.Merlu,o,| of Temple
Tn.'h '' lnesd<,J no".
*L. remp,e ban l5&0 Mrs "*
jHne. chairman of the
*g the^^ following mod-
gnjan Arkin, Mrs nar-
lonR, rhoms Gerard,
[fis '"'" ,,,orce- Mrs.
BSJfc M,l,(' Jacobs,
,"B """'lack ;ln,l Mrv Ru(h
Lift* wil conduct and
| *'" furnish the
J^niment co-chair-
tin "S B St "" '"
* "orations.
nounce award* to ladies lor Bran-
deis membership achievement.
Mrs. Alexander Koqan is pro
gram chairman for the afternoon,
and Mrs. Aaron Farr is in charge
of arrangements.
Pouring will be the three vice
presidents of the women's commit-
tee, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs.
Meyer Kggnatz and Mrs. Kogan,
and also the past president, Mrs.
Harold Turk
Being installed, in addition, are .
Mrs Sidney Schwartz, treasurer. I
| Mrs. Sam Silver, recording secre
jtary; Mrs. John Temple, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrv Morris
Burk, assistant COrrespendJBg sec
retary; Mrs. Charles Rosengarten,
I financial secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Liplon, assistant financial secre-
I practiced for 50 years in Brooklyn,
I N.Y., at which time, on his retire-
ment, a dinner was given him by
his Mends and colleagues at the
Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York
City. He was chief of medical serv-
ice at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital
and is now consulting physician
there.
His daughter, Mrs. Edward Wer-
ner, of Great Neck, L.I.. Ii flying
in for this party, as well as Ml KM
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor L. Blatteis. of Great Neck
tary; Mrs. Harry Platoff. auditor;
and Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs |
Irving Lehrman, chaplains.
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Miss Benfice Barbara Rudii
Mr and Mrs I
Rudinsky, Miami Beach, me!
fiance, Ja; Hi a ird R i
they were both students al .i1
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Of Newporl News'
i comirri Rob i

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of Mr
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\> rsitj of Miami She i- i
lota Al]
Her fia
I olytechnical Institute and the
: William ai d M
l in couple pi ii
tytimfrtet /tfotf 7,
Mr*. Daniel 5*pl* and Mr. Leonora Kl.im ,.
a Northern vacation While in Washm,loT? havc Wun-j
man's mother. Mrs. John Kerm.n, and in Mal'hlJ? '""*?
of Mr.. .Wn Rubin, a former rcs.dent of Mianfc "h"*3*5
i-ral
Gotham Town also afforded the duo th, ,m
,1 Broadway shows. Also returned from WvTVo(
Mil statM are Dr. and Mrs. Louis Miller n rkan tour by auto. ,ne,rtrek Wj>,
Route hack was by way of Alhevllle \ | ,,i,nP *
ed his yearly mfraahOi coarse Mrs Mili.r ,, lttl
Plan- a tea for friends t show tome ol hi ; new SSJ*
*!
ABOUT B/THS AND fUTUMl BHDH
Sylvia and Be* Wollman aj, ,
Bob',,,,..-!,,: ;n
Scott Sigmund.
uentary.
A party in their home at 820 85th 1CP(, .
wisher- Sylv.a, Incidental!) fol J"**
h and Nautilus. .
''-t Sc0nui
a]
Mfoi larnlce 3jJ
".fie Sfe'e
Miss Ncsie Indianer
Plans March Rites
Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Donald Murray and Miss F
sohn enterlaine.l with a linen abower TucmI ,,' lh 7 *i
Charles Ludwig. 1901 South Miami .,. in honor oflE"
Indgin. a
Marilyn plans to be married to Sanford Freed No\ n iuJ
A. Strauses, of 4202 North Men,I .:.
that Alpha Epatlofi Phi BOftWitj al lii I ihav
daughter Rosemerie as a pledge.
niDCi lOVllltS ON CAMFUS
niNtKANT DOCTORS
Rosemerie is a graduate of Walnut Hill and i- majorinE
tarv education at the I' of M Other | \Ki'hi onto]
' Gables campus include Barbara Shapro an I Barbara Cohen...
Both Barbaras are the daughters of the Edward Cohem 9
1st., and the George Shapros, 4744 North Meridian a\o
I Not to confuse the two college lovelies: Miss Shapiro i-a
1 Miami Beach High, now majoring in music and Miss Coheiui
High grad. is majoring in drama .
After attending the American Heart meetini in New OrL
Chester Cassel and Dr. Harold Rand spent a week at the Ka
\ Clinic in Topeka. Kan., to sit in on sessions of the American
Seminar. .
Mr and Mrs Joaeph i
288 Palm ave., Miami Beach an
nounce ihe i rat ol their
Nesie, to Jerome Sum-
ol Ltlanta Ga
The future bridegroom i- the son
i ; Mrs Irving Sehnur and the late
/Mrs. Victor Eber
Mi'st Mesia Im4lmm*r
ADDtNDA TO iWTHS
DOCT0KS
sokokiths
After a week in Newport News. Va., Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles!
blow (he's a Mt. Sinai staffer), returned to Miamionly to lew
Chicago by next plane out. While back from an American Coll
Surgeons meeting in the Windy City arc Dr. and Mri. Lean I
heimer.. .
The Leon Rosenblums of Fairlawn. N.J.. are writing fntndsi
the arrival of daughter Lynn Ann on Oct. 11 The newcomer j
brothers Irvine; Charles and Lawrence Neal. Mrs. Rotenblumi
former Paula Lach, daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lech and the late Mr. I
574 NE 94th st., Miami Shores .
More About Sorority Dep't: Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae met"
evening at the home of Mrs. Aaron Kenner, 1816 SW 11th ter..toI
reports on the recent Founder's Day luncheon and final plaa|
their pot luck dinner slated Saturday evening Mrs. Mari |
AEPhi Alumnae president.
Cuban Reautv Becomes Mr. Eber's Bride,
Couple Will beside in Brickell Home
1 ienfuei Cuba, ii the Batting Mr. Khar, alao on the faculty of
fi.r the marriage ol Miss Beatriz the I niversity of Miami, is an
Mr Sehnur The couple metat m7 "*""' '"n(l Mr v "'*'"' Ebl'r- of te*h* Mason. Elk and termer atata
Beach High School Miami Friday, Not 11 Dr. Rene chairman of International Rela-
The brid is attending the Sl,v" ls '" Pfiorm the nuptials in lima of the Florida Jaycee-
I'niversity ol Miami an,l will be :' "x;l cer*mon) ;,t nnrne of Out-of-town guests from Miami
luated in Februar) ""' ,""U'N Parents, Dr and Mrs include I)r Dan Steinhoff, Mr. and
Jerome ,- attending Emory in, I'^'TV, "^ man ^ V"JCireen" Dr and Mrv Ben
veraitj school ol dentisto Ha I '" ^ X (,reen lerry R,cnard Stone- Ronlcl Fine.
aduate ol Universit) of Florida lh(' ,'ri,'% Rraduated from Arthur Apple. Yale Leavy. Jack
where he was a member of Phi Eta ""mi,ll(;^ Amcricanas m Cienfue- "*alk and Charles Friedlander and [
holastic honor society He Ko> an(l ,h(' Wvine Redeemer ,)r and Mrs Jack Lurie. of Ft
i also a member of Zeta Beta Tau Ar-"1, '' ''' Pennsylvania Mr Lauderdale Mrs. Jack Kllnoer honored 32 memlxT-of the North Shore
nitj and Alpha Omegi den '',1,r M"' (1 Mrs Clara Eber o! Af,,r Caribbean trip, the cou Center Sisterhood with a reward luncheon last week at the
tal fraternity. Miami, attended the City College P" Wl11 liv' a' 1309 Brn-kell ave. (hotel Sisterhood presented an orchid to Mrs. Klin9"and
-A.......... ";.....- '' *- V^ 1 SaSff., Marks. LudwS
flntPriAro------- "S..... """ "'' "u'"":> "' Betrothal Revealed
He ns his offices aa a car- Mr an tified i' i Mintanl In .Miami "' Lakeland, Fia.. announce the
Havana engagement ot their daughter,
rhe couple the Inner- Louiae Ruth, to Bernard Stantott
i Mr Eber Llwig, son of Mr and Mr%
ring the Charles l.udwig. 1901 South Mi-
ami ave
Formerly of Stamford. Conn ,
the bride elect attended the Uni-
versity Ol Miami and ?h Inner-
Distinctive Furnishings
841 N.E. 12th Street
ly 0 R R E I
I
, Nerth Miami, Flo. Ph. Fl 9-0248 1
Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Y
Social Functions
our
SONG COMPOSED IN Mft MONO*
to Mrs. Dan Wagner "for being such a charming chairman"
Song was written for and sung to Mrs. Klinear in ho**
occasion. Ladies turned out in a raft and included buuij
Shirley Altman. Gertrude Bergad. Hilda Briskman. Qfan"
Goldie Cohen, Tillie Frankel. Mollie Finegold, B (.elman. u
Shirley Gross. Cele Stern. Adrienne Klein. Lil Korson, v,
Lillian Rothchild. .
Mrs. Klinger also was greeted by Lil Ukhuck. Jen *
Eleanor Marshak. Jean Raab. Fannie Sklar. Gus Sojaamiaai
Frcida Solomon. Tibbie Smily. Minnie Weikinfeld, June "as
Zucker. F. Brenner and Ann Loeb. .,
Salmon, was WH
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BAR MITZVAHS
from 25 to 1,030
torn
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Telephone JE 8-0811
Eleanor Davis, bride^lect of Harold H. .
luncheon in her honor Saturday in the Veranda nm^S
Mty of Florida Her sorority is Al- hotel. Among the 60 guests were memher- c"" d rVI
phi Epsilon Phi i families. She's the daughter of Mrs. Nina J. u'
Mr La twig graduated from the
Universit) ( Miami, where he be-
I to Phil Epsilon Pi.
The eoupla mat whila In -chool.
and they are planning a midwinter
wedding.
Bernard Davis, Miami.
Harold's folks are the Philip V. Salmons,
plan to be married Jan. 29.
Miami
Beach.
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Local Leaders Receive Appointments to Council's Board
Mrs A.nrvn h. .... i _._____
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fltri. Mo'vlr. SjHMJtr
reniony I'nitca Ariene Stohi
[\:i,| Alvin Males in Honey's Lounge
| Ocean| The bride attended Miami Sen-
hotel lor High School and graduated
Ariene from Jackson Memorial Ho-pita!
lighter of Mr and Mrs. School of Nursing She is on the
kl 73,itj Cai and staff of the hospital. The groom at
i ol Mr and lira, tended Mississippi Southern Col-
[ thai. 103 South | lege, Wayne University, the I'm
versity of Florida and is now ma
witi offi-i Jrin8 in Economics and Account)
Btman.i- Edward Guth-nS at a member of the Knights of Pyth-
ias, Greater Miami Lodge, and was
a staff sergeant during the Korean
War, teaching in the electronics
school.
Among out-of-town guests were
Miss Edith Stone, Mr. and Mrs Mac
Oppenheim, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I
Marcus, Mrs. Rose Mack and Mrs.
Lillian Pearlman from New York.
Mr. William D. Stone. Long Island,
N.Y., and Mrs. Edith Kurlander, St.
Louis, Mo.
Upon completion of a honey-
moon in Miami Beach, the newly-
weds will reside at 3642 SW 7th
st., Miami.
ler> were Eugene Mann
fcrTrauri-:
|de chose a princess style
white lace over bridal
vweep tram The fitted
Hured a -(imp neckline
(clipped outline of iride-
uin- am! seedpearla and
d sleeve- Her finger-
fererl veil of French il-
(held in place by a tiara
i sequin ami rhinestone
Tied her confirmation
wed with satin and ruf-
i edge and centered with
kite hybrid orchids and
alley shower Her only
ht i strand of pearls, gift
om'.i parent-.
dith Stone, aunt of the
imaid of honor Miss Lee
|took charge ol the guest-
lion and lunch in the Im-
followed the cere-
We decorations were of
I white flowers. Floral de-
i executed bj the Black-
jyShoj
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^B-AWicol/y Approved
B&^itS?* ,sidore sp*nier-1045 Lenox avc
Wearing a ballerina-length gown
of lace over satin and a fingertip
illusion veil, the bride carried
white orchids on a Bible. Her sis-
ter-in-law, wearing a mauve bro-
cade dress and carrying gardenias.
Efflnlf%l*tviAM6 was matron of honor
"piwyTTieilT Milton Schermer was best man
SCPVICP ior the br'degroom.
Following a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, the couple will be at
home at 1045 Lenox ave.. after
Nov. 12.
Mrs. Aaron Fan and Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin have just receiv-
ed appointments (Q the national
hoard of National Council of
N-wish Women. Mrs, Farr will
represent the membership com-
mittee and Mrs Levin the welfare
committc.
Civic work has long been the
ilevement of these two Coun-
cil leaders. Mrs Lei in is presi-
ded of the board Of director, ol
Haven School and president of
P le Nati m il Employ the
! This last
eived
'" !!i' P i ited
te
In 1954, s n i Delta Tau
ority m nl out
choose .. thei
en ol ill. Year," and therebj
also made her an honorary rtem-
lH'r ln i I wish Women
work, Mrs. Levin s, r. i as first
pre Ml n
Her work with Ui handicap-
pe* !' lea which cul-
minated in the cstablishmeaf of
the preschool age l'!r% child
program in the DadeafCounty
'''' S item, which
Council started a) Miramar
tchool She h served on the
ird 'i the Jewish Family Serv-
ice.
Mr Fair's past presidencies
include t~>i of Greater Miami
Section Council of Jewish Wom-
en and Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom. She is currently
president of Conference of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations and
first vice president of Southern
Interstate Conference. NCIW
She was formerly vice presi-
dent of ML Sinai Hospital Wom-
en's Auxiliary and on the boards
of both Miami Beach High School
and Brandeis Women's Commit-
ee. She was also on the board of
the Sheltered Workshop of Dade
County, the executive commit-
tee of the board of governors of
the Jewish Federation, and the
executive board of the Family
and Child Division of the Wel-
fare Planning Council of Com-
munity Chest.
MRS. AARON FARR and MRS. NATHANIEL LEVIN
Beth TfHah Sisterhood Slates 'Welcome Back' Fete
Mrs. Rachel Katz, president of
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah, has an-
nounced that Sisterhood will hold
an annual "welcome back" supper
in the Synagogue Nov. 20.
Mrs. Frieda Stern is chairman
of refreshments and will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs.
Anna Silberman, Mrs. Fannie
Michaelson, Mrs. Rose Kratish and
Mrs. Rebecca Gluckman.
115
Miss Stein Becomes
Mrs. Mclvin Spanier
Roberta Gail Stein became the
bride of Melvin J. Spanier Sunday
at a 5 p.m. ceremony in Temple
Emanu El.
A dinner reception in the Royal
Hungarian restaurant followed
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the ceremony.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Krwin
Stein, 762 Lenox ave.. Miami
Beach, the bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rummage Sale Sunday
Naomi Group of Hadassah will
hold a rummage sale at Stevens
Market. 6209 NW 27th ave.. all day
Sunday. Nov. 13. Mrs. Harold Ab-
bott is chairman.
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Jeffrey Steele. son of Mr. and
s. Morton Steele. 4320 N.
Meridian ave.. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
.:ig. Nov. 12. at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
11 officiate.
Two Bar Mitzvah
At Beth David
ij morning services ;it
i Dai id S < will m itnes>
i: r Mitzi ^h
Sharing honors during services,
R bbi Yaakoi Roeenbei
i.i ia\ ol Hr
I I on <>i
S nej Vltei man
lenl
. Sh< h Junior Hi :h Si
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i
Beth David reli
the past I
Clothing to Israel
i "' a bapter B'nai
n, will send ;i ship-
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for inclusion in the
shipmenl

Mark Shinderman. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Shinder-
man, 4366 Michigan ave..
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, Nov. 12. at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
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leader of Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, will speak Monday eve-
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Northside Center. Sublet is
"The Jewish Home." The lec-
ture is the second in a series on
Judaism sponsored by Tifereth
Israel's adult education pro-
gram.
Final Casting Day
Sam Hindi, director ol "The
Young and the Fair.- dramatic
production which SUterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom will proaanl
U) January, thi~ week announced
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wl)ich baa |] pan- for women, will
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West Mumi Ladies' Auxiliary
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a
Soi ial of < 'oral Gables
\ 249 will be held on Tueo-
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Gables Jewish Center Paal De-
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speaker

The local members of JWV
wen to high national of-
at the recent national con-
vention on Miami Beach Mrs Hose
Horn. o| the Norman Hruce Brown
Auxiliary and a Past Department
President, was elected regional
\ue president (or the fourth re-
turn Fast Department Commander
Bill Bender, ol the West Miami
Pott, W| BOCted national executive
committooman from the fourth re-
gion
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Sholom will hold a debate on Sun
day evening, Nov. 13, at the Tem-
ple building.
Date rescheduled rn aro'fd the simul
taneoui scheduling of a dinner
here Nov. 16 in honor of Moshe
Sharett. of Israel.
Topic will be "Should R ed
China be Admitted to the UN?' De
bating pro will be Read Admiral
F.lhs M. Zachanas The negative
side will he taken by George V.
Denny. Jr.
In charge of the affair If Albert
I Rosen, club president Chair
man is Judge Philip Schlissel, of
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I November 11. 1955.
rvices In
,E BETH SHOLOM will
dav evening services at
^.Loon Kronen w.H d.s-
..u.ved Dating and Mixed
Mr nd Mrs william
in wl|| be hosts at the Oneg
Saturday morning
_ *Jeis>nnririMr,
serv-
I io45 Jeffrey, son of
a Mrs Morton Steele. and
ion'of Mr and Mrs. Bernard
rman wiU become Bar Mitz-
,ntor Samuel Kelemer will
the musical portions of the
*
pLE EMANU-EL will hold
evening services at 5 and
,m. Rabbi Irving I.chrman
Mch on the topic: "A Leap
jlh' Cantor Philip Brummcr
nder the musical portions of
Cr. Saturday morning aerv-
, a( g. Sermon will be based
Weekly Portion. Daily
i arc in the chapel at 8 a.m.
i p.m.
EMETH CONGREGA-
nri]] hold Friday evening
Lit7:30 Herbert Buchwald
Ificiatc. assisted by the choir.
i the sermon is sched-
The Birthright."
JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
tute will bold Friday ai
Istnice- al 5 15. Saturday
r rvices are at !>. Rabbi
or will discuss: "Patriot-
Sentiment- of Self-Saeri-
iKiddu-h follows. Mincha will
15 p.m. Koppel Schneier, of
sbarre. Pa., will be host at
ISeudos Daily -crvices are at
, and 5 30 p m.. with Sunday
i at 9 a.m.
*
DAVID SYNAGOGUE
Page 9 E
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberq
. Israel Bond presentation
at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Hosts are Mr. and
Mis. Joseph Swartz.
a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5. Saturday morning
services arc at 8:30 Rabbi Jonah
1
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Heshvan 26 5:15 p.m.
Caplan will preach on the topic:
"The Faces on Our Coins." Can-
tor Abraham Seif will officiate and
H Friday owning services I render the musical portion- of
Member- who contributed j the liturgy. Class in Bible is at
purchase ol S2.500 in Israel 4:30. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., fol-
during the High Holy Days lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv-
! honored Herbert E. Scher. ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
iit. will be presented with
Ml Bible by Jacob Sher. TEMPLE ISRAEL oi Miami will
an of the Greater Miami hold Friday evening services at
for brael Committee. Sim 8:15. Rev. Fred E. Colo, of the
mentation will be made to Coral Gables Congregational
trLiebman. president of the Church, will be speaker in the ab-
W region oi ZOA. Rabbi sence of Rabbi Joseph Narot, who
Rosenberi: \,;|| preach on is scheduled to preach at Touro
P,c: A Bible From Jeru- Synagogue in New Orleans Sub
["Saturday morning services ject of Rev. Cole"s sermon will bo:
"9 David son ol Mrs Adele ""Saints and Sinners
I and John. s(in of Mr. and *
gdney AlUnnan, will become TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
P'taah Junior services arc at' SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
|0neg Shabbat and floral of- j evening services at 8:30. with Rab
|'ill be b\ Mrs I.evine and bi Abraham Herson preaching on
H Alterman in honor the topic: "The Book or the Sword
Which?" Cantor Albert C.lantz
will render the musical portions
. of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
W Friday evening services I Querido and Mr. and Mrs. William
Hlty new members will be \ Kornfeld will be hosts at the Oneg
Rabbi David Shapiro's I Shabbat. Saturday morning serv-
is. "The Ideal Jew." Cantor ices are at 9. Subject of the sermon
"Ibraun will render the is scheduled as: "A Woman's
Miami's Houses Of Worship
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
"SSKjffft "*" *T.TUTB Z ,t.
BE|^^^ONGREGATION'...... Pralrlo......
NOR\^e,SHv?,RE JEWISH CENTER Ufl 7,,h r
TEMP p t11......"Z Can,r K,IU""1 KU>"
n^AV^t&SS^ut "'- UN.....I
i irthodox,
Orthodox. Rabbi II
ConaarvaUve. Rabbi
Rabbi Loon Kronl b
CaVtor"PhS bSSSSS?" aV< '"'":"'^ Irtil In*m
B E
BETH JACOB
Rabbi Tlbor si. ri
BETH
ROAD
av. orllioftnx.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Philip Brummei
LOW LINCOLN
-C,?r7,GrEG,AT'8N-:'"1 :''" Waahtagtoii
" r" antoi Mamir,. Mann
ph ELRTcko?,'ky"BOAT,ON-,M Kl"'"1 Ortb......x Rabbi .,-
KNESETH ^RAP,ML""i *'" ",",""", U-"'li A"-".....'
aMuSSoS"'' WMt "w'- *"" Irtitoa. FUbbU Abraham
CORAL GABLES
CRMo1T1iGA.-BkoIESrE^'SlH CENJER """ l'1""" ** ''' Rabl
Morna eocop Cantor Irving Robinson,
Rabbi B
ZAMORA
Jewish center-ii Zamora ave Conservative,
bam HurwIU. Cantoi Rudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN
MIAMI
.\\v Jrd
Oithoaox. Rabbi
R D A L E
Mom oa at., I lollj a
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 113
Ai la Bi i kai.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUC
TEMPLE BETH SHOI.EM OF HOLL YWOOD17".-,
Con irvatlve. Rab^,sniiip| I..-1.- r-
TEMPLE SI
live 1:
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. L AUDERDALE -I 801 South Andrawa I I
I-1 Laadardala. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Rai
HIALEAH-MIAM
vaiive. i^iNhi, s.uiri..| l^-n-r.
SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD- J"W Polk -. HoUj
Rabbi 1';im.P'SIihMim Cantor Tehudah Hellhraun.
1'( iiH'iva-
SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER | |th ave.
live.
I ..; -
NORTHEAST
temple Israel i.T NE llth it. Reform, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi
.la,'.ii Kaplan, Rabbi Emerltua Jacob Bornateln
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER ISM North Miami ave
Conservative Rabbi Abraham) Herson. Cantor'Albert OUtnta.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -tISOl N \V 17lh ave.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER -''> N\V ,,l-t pi.
i '.in-, rvath a, Rabbi Leo Halm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER ISCS6 W, -t Dixie hwy. ComMrvatlVe.
Rabbi H^m > Okollca, ''antoi- Maurice Mau
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION lfillli st. and NE llth
ervatlve. Rabbi laaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION ES8S Coral Way. "'on
beth david synagogue :;:", BW Ii v.,.,i,,,s Rosen i
BETH EL CONGREGATION KM BW 17th av*. OrtbOdOX. RAbbl
Bhman'shu T Bwlrsky. Cantor Loula Qartenha is.
Israelite center-:;!'1* BW -iih ter. Conservative. RabM Morton
Malavsky. Cantoi Samuel Balkow
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION 11I BW l-'lh ave.
,i,,\ Rabbi Simon Api ii :antoi Ban moi.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER-67S0 BW Kill St. I Rabbi
Alfred Waxman.
all new students in the religious
school will take place. Rabbi Hen-
ry Okolica will preach on the top-
ic: "He Who Forgives." Oneg Shab-
bat will be prepared by Sisterhood.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Okolica will discuss the
Weekly Portion. Larry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Kramer, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah, Cantor Maurice
Neu renders the musical portions
of the liturgy.
*
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hol-
lywood will hold Friday evenjns
services at 8 p.m.. dedicated to the
Jewish War Veterans. Daniel Neal
Heller. Miami attorney and imme-
diate past commander. State De-
partment of Florida JWV, will be
yue^t speaker Rabbi Samuel Lerer
will officiate.
* /
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday morninu services are at
8:30. Rabbi Leo Heim will preach
on the Weekly Portion. Junior
services are at 10:30 a.m. Mincha
will be at 5:30 p.m.
-
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jo
Rackovsky will preach on the
Weekly Portion. At 4 p.m.. he
will discuss: "Our First Land Pur-
chase in Israel." Mincha is at 4:30
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seulas.
Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Cantor Edward Klein
will chant the musical portions of
the liturgy. Mincha is at 4;45 p.m.
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Howard, and Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Columbus, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
Community
Sing-
Beach
>IE SINAI of Hollywood
Saturday morning services are at 9. Seudos. Daily services are at SinqeTS Slate
Prank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Berman. will become Bar Mitzvah. DCHiqUet Her*2
Cantor Rudolph Brill will render! MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AN 1
the musical portions of the liturgy. ; CONGREGATION will hold Friday | Miami Beach Community
evening services at 5:30. Saturday i ers. facility of the Miami
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Recreation Department, will hold
will hold early Friday services at ; Simon April's sermon is entitled: their annual kiekoff banquet Sun-
5 30 late services commence at "Our Inescapable Destiny." Cantor day evening. No. 13. at the Cadillac
8 30 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will Berele Kelemer will render the hotel. '
preach on the topic: "Matriachs in musical portions of the liturgy, j Keynote of the evening will be
Israel Saturday morning service- Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. j installation of newly elected offi-
are at 9 Mincha will be at 5 p.m.' Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. jeers as follows: Samuel Friedman,
Center choir will assist Rabbi Wax-
, Pylons of the liturgy.
Shabbat follows. Saturday
1 amice! are at 9. Rabbi
Wl discuss the Weekly
K'ddush follows,
Faith."
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:1$. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will
till h u L C0NCR*GA- officiate and discuss: "PeaceBy
i at vr Fr"lay evening | Piece." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus
; s4o Saturday morning will render the musical portions of
e at 830 Rabbi Arie the liturgy. Junior services will be
11 "each on the topic- !in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Clas- in
7n to ,he Right Chan-
J" '" Talmud precedes
118 Claw in Bible will be
-y
/

Talmud is at 4 p.m.
man
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
and 5:45 p.m.
president; Rose Abelson. vice pres-
ident; Joseph L. Shulman. trcas-
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold urer; Jean V. Devens, financial sec-
Friday evening services at 6 andjretary; Sadie Kay, recording sec-
TER will hold Friday evening serv- 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky Willjretary; Sarah S. Kirschner. publi-
at 8 15 Rabbi Morris Skop preach on the topic; "War, Annis- city chairman. Executive board
will inaugurate the first in a series fee and Peace Canto
rf our book reviews honoring Na-, Salkow w.H1 render the_mi
"ional Jewish Book Month. Subject tions of the liturgy. Onef
1,k* Lmnn will be 'Marioric will be sponsored by Mr.
portions of the liturgy
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:15. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will
discuss: "Atmisticc or Peace of
Mind." Cantor Maurice Mamchcs _
will render the musical portions of | ir -The Jewish Impact on Amer
the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4:30 jcan Democracy." Sendee I
Cantor Samuel members: Louis Brown. Irene
usical por-1 Wolf. Jack Wolf, Bill Weiss. Anne
Oneg Shabbat j Schwartzman. Betty Mendorff. Ber-
. and Mrs. | nie Sager. Lenore Haucr, Andy
r" bv" Herman Wouk j William Lipsick. Saturday morn- Salomon, Matilda Rosenberg.
( mdlesgSwili be blessed by Mrs.; ing services are at 8:30. Mincha j Ben Yomeni music conductor
Vhraham Fleeman and Mrs Hy will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by ,nd director of the Miami Beach
man Steiber Saturday morning Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at .^ community Singers, accompanied
services are at 9:45 Jeffrey, son of 7:30 a.m. and 15 minutes before by Margaret Yomen at the piano.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Fine, will be-| SUndown.
come Bar Mitzvah Cantor Irving
Robinson will render the musical
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
will direct a program of music.
Bernie Sager, master of the dance,
and member of the choral group.
. accompanied by his partner, Jane
TER will hold Friday evening serv- Moore, will entertain with exhibi-
MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE- [eea at 8:15 p.m Consecretion of i tion dancing^____________________
commence with Fri-|----------------
C A T ION w t
day evening services at 8:15. Rabbi
Isaac l-crer will preach on the top-:
p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30
a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
sponsored by JWV Post 682 As-
siting will be Irving Steinberg.
Ralph Lampcrt. Joseph Samuel
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold d Norton Leff. Saturday morning
Friday evening services at 5:15 |services arc at 9. with the Rabbi
Saturday morning services are at 9^ .Modesty and Kindness
Rabbi Alexander Gross wH preach f Promisc Jumor
on the Weekly Portion Mincha i-
at 5 p^n., followed by Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services will be at 7:30
a.m. and 5:15 p.m. with Sunday
services scheduled for 8am
in a World of Promise
services are at 10:30 a.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:10. Saturday morning
MTViCfal are at 9. Rabbi H. Louis
Rottman will officiate and preach
on the Weekly Portion. Class
{
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HAPPIER FLORIDA
LIVINq /


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+JeHf> FkrkMan
IP Win SCHWARTZ
Armistice Day 1918 Was a Long Time A
l>.,\ is hast around
th, i i was thinking back
to the first .'inn-lice daj 1 was
bu J then aaving my country at a
typewriter .it Camp division head
:. iv Meade, Md D Annis-
iiir Da) lulu t came whan it did.
I gueaa I would have gone over-
do:!- So Armistice Day meant I
WOUldnl have the trip at Kovrrn
rmnt ezpanaa. Stiil 1 was willing
re up the trip for my coun-
lr\ '| sake
How much do you remember
about the Brat World War that
is. it you were around at the
lime Prom a Jewish standpoint.
there was Sir John Monash. the
commander in chiel of the Aus-
tralian forcet Juliui Roaenwald
in important figure among
the dollar i i ear man
Thi k to the fir>t Arm-
Dav. I also recall Qr0a
THE EYE. By Harvey Shapiro. New Poetry Series, No.
Denver: Alan Swallow. If.
By HILARY MINDLIN
HARVEY SHAPIRO, a younf and extremely competent poet, has
appeared in the Cornell Review Epoch, Hopkins Review, Poetry: A
Magazine of Ver-o. Tomorrow, and other magazinea The collection
published by Alan Swallow offers the reader a chance to try tin DOOmi
on lor size, as it were, in their MVOral moodl anil thrills
By no means a Jewish poet." Mr Shapiro is. to my mind, never
theless at his best when lie permits his heritage to blur a little with
warmth the quick, clear ihapea "! hit poetry 1 Wi|^ delighted to ate
reprinted a poem whieh I had earefully clipped from a fairly recent
"Commentary," to read and crj over late at night it li called "Death
of a Grandmother," and I with 1 had -i to give it to > u
whole. This much, howevi r
\!
\\ tiling V :

:
: I
iweel I ngdom do tin old Jews go?" the i>'"1 ask-, and. In
Imost i i bitter, fast, retful
' ,'( ol blood for blood, ends:

it

one of Mr Shapiro's most interesting themes, and one which
n in this volume, i the poet'a own concern with himself
. ith the making Of poem and the Itufl the) are made on.
As Dylan Thomas wrote, in m> craft and sullen art Exercised in the
still I labour b) singing light to Mr Shapiro, after noting
- method, who Mad it all m memory" and thus could cry "O
Paradiso! I am true." concludes i make what images I can. Staring
into that dark wood "
Again, in Another Old Song," he a-serts his Independence from
established bondage "The iwani upon their lake ol glass And all
that symbolist furniture Begin to fade It is the right to select his
own personal goodl which he maintains, and to fashion out of privacy
a public word Ranging widely and freely, the poet yet stands off from
himself, intricately observing. What have I learned of word or line?'*1 \M'H .% W \S'aW _
r, r, the man) eyes la his poems servant and master to
a conscious vision, controlling and attending his measured, precise
growth
A longer, four part poem. Battle Report." has a fierce unity.
ing in a succession of frozen moments which dart out. rush in a
mad pace an instants time, and then fall like meteors to take their
place in the background of the poem Let it Ik- noted that Mr Shapiro.
supposed to be writing in what is called the modern idiom." has
much of the precision of, say. some of the earlier Auden poems, and! book-'"" r'"r tRey know that
not a little oi Thomas' rich fury. He has alao a great deal which is his corlam publications, particularly
mvn a tempi rpneaa of language, a feeling for the hushed ending Br',i>n ;"l(l American, are sold
i i a poem Shall We M) he ii a fine craftsman and let it go at th. j out I fa* boors after thev hit
U'______________________________ the stues Word will spread
Agron. recently elected Mayor of
Jerusalem He had gone off t,,
join the Jewish Legion and after
that, had settled in Jerusalem,
establishing what is today known
as the Jerusalem Post. One da)
some years later, I was in Jeni
salem. when a New York news-
papermannot of the Jewish
faith blew into the Holy City
and came up to see Agron.
"Don't you miss New York''"
he asked Agron.
"Yes. I do," replied Agron.
"but what shall I do, go to New
York and sigh for Jerusalem or
stay in Jerusalem and sigh for
New York?"
Agron could never have dream-
ed of being Mayor of-Jerusalem
then The first World War did
give Jerusalem something of a
Jewish aspect, since it brought
about the Balfour Declaration,
hut most of the Jews at the time
seemed, unlike Agron. to prefer
1 ? Warsa
and sioh ** '"il
'.fa*for Jemm,
lea
1 arsa* and H*
f'- Warsaw and J'
!'ns,kv *as sound"",!
,h:" > shouldn't^}!
a,n '" Set you/ "
bnght. The clouds."
w"'ld pass by
In Ruia. a revolt
jwnt at the Keren*!
ino Now York Tini
number of leading y
effect that no* ,
1 of Czarist
the Jews had given n,,
''"> "if Problem ofV
ism was solved Son*,
h leaders went ca j
diet that many thousand
Russia would nnr>
th it country.
Hitler was far off i
MMN GlrTTER!HAS
Frank Diary to ho Lf
m
Tho motion picture version of
"The Diary of Anne Frank" rove
a hit play on Roadway, i- i>'-:n-;
considered by its director Carson
Kanin. If he decides to translate
the play into a movie. Kanin
wants to make the film on loca-
tion in Amsterdam and utilize
the same case as in the Broad
way production, which i- Leaded
by Joseph Schildkraut and Susan
Strasberg.
M G M and Paramount are
showing a great interest in the
play, which opened in New York
several weeks ago and collected
magnificent reviews from the
Israelis are Great Readers
Many I-raclis have made it a
practice t>. ipand at least a few
minutes a day in their favorite
\ATi3AX ZBI'RIX
Yiddish Art Theater Fakes Stop Backward
rte Yiddish Art Theatn \ rk under the aegi of Maurta
Schv irti .- planning a revh | er' Thi Brothers vi,
current pi; rhe shepherd King" leaves the boards
"n '"' old success* l.in
" V1' m ""' awup n il intent oi doing
only new scripts it is r,d wholl) unv i indictment
tatus ol Jewish lettei well ... lo .mine of the
yer> purpose for which the Yiddish Art Theatre waa recently reorgan-
1 i Tn i at knowledge of that
Held, hut n i simply incredible that the field is to barren ol new
script in fact ,; thii irer) moment l have recollections ol a number of
irtistic works that are aa ii made-to-order for the better
M:,L' '": >- them prize-winning Good Morning. Aleph." bj Menh
Katz, a tale ol our time and our eternit)
it you want to aee Israel without aetuaU than ,,. ,,
Hill 24 Doesn I Answer when it gets around youi waj or even it you
a to travel miles to an adjacent city to aee it The first film pro
c< ed and produced m n- eatiret) in Israel, the rtorj revolvea about
an '' Hn American and two sabraa who .ire deU led to hold a
hill on the Tel Aviv Jerusalem road a fen days before the Arab Israel
truce In July ol 1 A great arti tic achievement both as a itory of love and war the
iiim unfolds the travail of a nation in birth and the dedication of a
people to sacred purpose and destiny.
MILTO\ FRKERMAX
Moui.ce Schmmrtt
. ens aid alay
Egypt is the Cradle of a Renewed Naziism
Less than !1 years after his SS machine gunners
killed 100 captured American soldiers at Malmedy.
Belgium, a Nazi storm troop general has been freed
from a United States prison in Germany. The bene
tits of the "spirit of Geneva" were meanwhile ex-
tended by the Soviet Union to 9.626 convicted Nazi
war criminals who were set free.
The man freed by the United States was former
Col. Gen.
Berlin streets
in the Nan Pam's JfiMJalaod
Dietrich carried out Hitler'l personal order to asses-
to tie r;1 ^^ ,AS rWard' hp Promoted
to the rank of general in the SS (elite guard) Hitler
showered him with decorations
.lJdty,.u*ever' nei,her Dietrich nor the
Nazis
sm.
freed by the Soviet Union openlv espouse Hitler.
KwpUa,neG^vemPr^n-S,l0d!y Cme from -
Sepp Dietrich. After beaUng Jews on ams'; JewhSIZTraV Z^ .SS? has rail*d
ets, Dietrich rose to command Hitler's S,.r!,S.^ l.he Lni,ed States. His
tier's
aajatt.
associate, Col. Anwar Sadat, has said "i-itler
he
is my
around that a new Robert Graves
has arrived in pocket book ed;
tion. and as often as not it's gone
by the time you have heard about
it
Israelis, say the statistics, are
avid readers; as avid probably a-
they are moviegoers (a recent
UNESCO survey placed them at
the top of the worldwide listi
Only the New Zealanders read
more on a per capita basis -but
they are among the richest peo
pita of the world The I-raelis arc
not rich, but they read nevcrthc
It is hard to remember how we
got along before the agreement
was signed, in June 1952. between
the US. and Israel Governments,
whereby American books, news
papers and periodicals were to be
imported into Israel and paid f >r
in Israel pounds. ThOBt knoum
Russian got plenty of very cheap.
Russian reading matterthe
let Embassy has been bringing in
books and paper galore at thro.'
away prices But lots of US don't
read Russian.
Then we just had no book-
With envy we read the book re
rlOWl in the few American pa-
pers that were permitted to get
in. and sometimes friends over-
seas would send us a new pub-
lication The foreign exchange
allocated for the importation ol
reading material from abroad was
infinitesimal, and students had a
tough time locating textbooks.
A few months after the agree
ment was signed, things changed
The empty shelves in the book
stores filled up rapidly, and were
emptied just as rapidly, as peo
pic snatched the books away
Since then, orders placed with
American publishers have run to
more than $11,000,000. and about
half of that amount have actual
ly been received in the country
Israelis, say the statistics, have
received more American books
than any other soft currency
country which has a similar
agreement with the U.S. Govern
ell M Iroal
Mir.
The play i> about i|
lab Dutch girl nai,
Frank, who for mart)
years hid out from the!
a -mall loft il
her family and sowi
play is bated on adiajj
which wai recently
this country. Cri'ics
a warm, human I
that was theatre at its I
erful best. Joseph
portrays the gentle, dig
sensitive father. Susan!
portrays the young and |
girl who is confused
ened. yet hopeful and i

Eddie Cantor and his I
in New York last week I
first time in a year aad|
during which period
warned by doctors It
down" because of his i
attack While in Net
huddled with the
NBC and CBS.
Eddie ia poli-hmgtej
which Simon and
publish next sprinti
ought up with
Janet fjol
five i
spring one any day"
I \vorkBfj
selling hia new qua |
! !,.-whichBl
I
HILL m
Leonard, At]
Were Top fl
I Leonard and AJ
. among the fif*r
d to boxingsi
"' I rt\
Their portrait.- w"J
those unveiled J"
<"! ,ne Wa?a
the .Tcninriu'" I
Hail of Fine.
Leonard.* ho died*!
ceived iW votes in t
grlhe modern dnsjM
named along *'J "
Gene Tunny and M^
Benny Leonard. J
one Of the rial '*J
the ligbtweigai chj
19,7 ileTZS-i
pian when he n*>J
A.tell. "nee a W '
f.gh.er. was aniont
lected.
Barney Ross >
lender in the*
received 74 votes. ,
teams


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NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVKN that
Mi. undersigned, rl. -n ing
bualneaa nn.l. i the fictitious name .if
THE KEN-ART STUDIOS al
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HERMAN BRET AN
Attorney f..r Appll.
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ii ii-In -:. ix/t
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 B
NOTICE kmc-p ^"-TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is iii.Ki.i.^ GIVEN thai
ii. inderslcned rival' ii
buaincHs under the fi'tm.
PROVtDEM l:i II.in.k.-
,.f imicvmuknt homr improve-
ment CO., Intend! to register aald
name wun toe Uiark ..f ti,,: drcull
Court of Dnde Countv, nnrl
PROVIDENT HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO.
Wll.i ia.m BRETAN, I'i.s
HERMAN BRETAN
Attorney for AppHcanl
72 \Vet Klagler St.
n/u-ii-n ii a

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. uM.iirMnii.il. desiring i" engage in
biipin.-sv under the flclitioii.- name of
POP'S IN, at 111 N.E. J'.tli SH.-.I. Mi-
ami, 1 lorida. intend to regl-t.i aald
name with the Clerk <>f th.- circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida
vv.M R DAVIS
KB MA T DAVIS
HENRY M CAIN
Attorne) f"i Applli
ki.iki.i HI Miami, Florida
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uii.I. tMku>' bualneaa under the flctitioua name ..i
; M' 'W BAR, .ii 8107 N W 17th \ I
.hi, ii.i in regl I a a Ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dad.
County, Florida
\VM.I.I.\M D GREGORY,
Hole '" n- i
KEHHI.ER k OARS
ah..1 ne) a for Appll
I7SJ \V. Klagler St.
II ll-ll-X 11 1
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'UY."3SUUN-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICAt'Io
SUIT FOR MORTGACE
FORECLOSURE
CRVARIEL.LO, ..
'" -'- JOHN CHICARKI.U
> CICCARIKU.U '
.-A CHIC
-\I.KI-I.1 hll
.. Avenue, Onurlo. ralif.
I, Jorf.N CIC(;ARIElll't
known ai JOHN CHlCARPlli
';VT* -' "' "> PARADISE
,A,'K; '" Hi. plat
: in ri.it Bo
" i.l the Pul
"i Dade < ounty. Florida,
-I yo i are
-'1 to aen-e a i ip ol i oui \n
awer or Pleadli BUI of i
!'L'-',','i'. .','-" I1'- Eta,n,,,f'' Attorney,
;.'.".:' !- < HKRTKOK, 07 Olympta
Building, Miami I! and file
the original Anawer or Pleading in
"" "''"> of the Clerk ..f the Circuit
"Nit .,ii ,,r l-f,-,. n. isii, r|.,s ,,f
-N"li'",," 1855. If you f:. 11 In do BO
judgment by default will be taken
against >.,, for the relief demanded
in tne Bill ..f Complaint. .
This Notiee shall be |i iliWlir.l one.-
ea. h week for four (-..nseuulive weeks
in THE JEW ISII KI.tll>TAM
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this iMh .lav of "etoijet, A D
1958. ^
B. B I.I-ATMNRMAN.
111 ik. Circuit Col
Pa.i. County, Florida
B] \YM \v STOCKING.
-ii i'..iii i Si Deputl Cl.-rk
GEORGECHERTKOP
for Plaintiff
S07-610 Olympia Building
Miami 32, Florida
1" -I -L'S 11/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICB is HFJREHY GIVF:.N
Hie uinli rslKne I. "I.
bualneaa under the flctitlou
Al. S HAH, at L'll'i N W Kth St.. in-
tends t,, reglatei aald name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court ,.f Dade
i 'ounty, I lorida.
AIA'IN ci.INi:, Sole Owner
KI ISSUER & OAHR
Attorneya for Applicant
I7M \V F'lagler St.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
buMlncsa under the fictitious name "I
MI-KY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at
J.ltl B.W. 17th St.. Intend to,reglatar
aald name with the Clerk ,.f Hie Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
SIDNEY ORBEVMTEIN
WII.BCR A. HEINE
MORTON M. BaUUkX
Attorney for Applicauta
not Hls.ayne Bldg.
11/I1-1S-25 12/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctitioua name -i
MAi'Kool.S CLEANERS A DYERS.
al I4M gVW. ITth Ave intends to
reglatar Bald name with Hi.- Clerk "f
Hi. circuit Court 'if Dad.
n.ai.la
LvTI'l.ol" MACKOOL,
ROBERT M DEEHD
Attorne) for Applicant
.I., beyboM Bldg:
11/11-18-25 12,2___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hie undersigned, deali Ing
business under the flctitioua name of
MIAMI DANCE CENTER. I S.W
Mh sti.et. Miami, Intends t......
said name with the Clerk "f the I Ii
cult Courl of Pad.- County, Florida.
MAIt\ KY DEE
STANLEY RICHARD
\ti.iiti. \ fei Applicant
..in...In I.
N/4-ll-ll '____
IN COUNfv JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne. 30122-A
RE: ESTATE I !
SAII, MINSK"'KC. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE.
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
\i iTU'i: la i en that I have
filed iu> final report and i- lltlon ror
Final nis-i.ai.
Hi.- -AIM. MINSK"! '
I and thai >"i the ith '
. will ai'P'! T ,n'' H,,n"
i.ii.I.- Count) ludg. ount),
Florida, fin approval of aald final re-
.iii.t f..i final <" A?"
ininlMi-ai.....f the Batata ol AI i.
MINSK"!-'.. ,1
This 27th dai of Ocl
EMANUKI. S MINSK"! '
i:s. HEIMAN A. KAPLAN
Vtti.ineis f.-i
11 111 I- _________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
'FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996
i.n'M.u: KALPHAT, Plaintiff,
HENRY MICHAEL K.W.I'll \T.
I lefendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
......m:i MICH u:i. K m.ciiat,
87 Old Hope Road. I.'.TUanea,
IV MAICA, BRITISH WEST
INDIES
You, the .-aid HENRY MICH VEL
K M I'HAT, ai- hi that
a i:mi .if Complaint f.-t I 'ivorce haa
filed against you, and you are
required t" serve cop) of your An-
: Pleading to 'lie Bill of Com-
plaint "ii the plaintiffs Attorney,
PHI1.UP c BNGBDBBRG, 304 R
BMg., :'" S.E. trd Avenue, Miami 82,
Ploi lila, is v. and file the orii
Anawer or Pleading In the office "t
ihe Clerk ..f the CTreull Court on or
before the list day of November, I95S
If vim fail to do so. Judgment b) de-
fault win ii.- taken agalnal you for
tin- relief demanded in the Bill ol
i 'nmplalnt.
'iii i- not i. shall be published once
cadi we.k for four consecutive weeka
In TDK JEWISH l'M-HIIHAN
DONE AND l IRDERED al Miami.
Florida, thia i"th .lay of October, A.D.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Made County, Florida
B) I. 8NEEDEN,
ill Court Seali Deput) Clerk
PH1I.DIP G ENOEL.BERG,
Attorney for Plalntlfl ,
II i Rop. i Building, 80 B B. Srd Av -
Miami St, I'i" Ida
ii, 21-28 lli-ii '
LEGAL NOTICE
a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS WEREin CM
the undesigned, desiring i
maa under the flctltli u
Ttll Coral v^
Intends t* register said name arlth the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Fioii.ia
NI8WON H I'KARI.
11/4-11-11-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ml ITICB IS HEREBY '"IVKN that
th. underaigni d, di
bualneaa under the fictitious name ol
r it BAR, ;it '"' N W Ith Av. ., Ml-
trlg Intendi I
name t* the Clark of the i in-uit
- ,,, |... i, rounty, norida.
HA Ml "EL FXXlEti "'' '
KESSDER QAR8
v-,., m ^1
I72 w. Flagler Street
10 88 '-n-i5._____________-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\..riii' is HEREBY GIVEN
the
,-l.ri: TWENTY-THREE I
Collli i
, Clerk of
, ounty,
Klu" K vYM LUB CORP.
MONROE DIXON
An,.i -.- \|..,!i, ant
'- 1-11-18___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
5*W nth Vvenue, M
- ,i name will
- ,-' P.l.le
| MARY C NEW rON
CCRTISS H ^^V.'im'V
JOHNSON, I.i
:
- 11 c n_________________.
\,.ri. i' IS HEREBY GIA EN that
re In
f ,, circuit Court of
m5$A* N AVBRY
ELEANOR M IVERY
NEBU
Kl>-I ER VM' UARI.
ApiUleanta
aglet St.
10/18 U/T-1I-II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
._, NAME LAW
" R IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
'
A EQi IPMENT SALES, al
-.Hi Vvenui intend
ne, llttli II,. ,'|e L
lit of I'.l.le I lurv
I'A'l KI'K
.,.. Vil 'AM
-MAN P V.vni- i,
C E.iulpm. ni
'"' I' hj ne B illdlug
ii :-il "______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTICE i~ HEREBY GIVEN thai
"l"1" flctitlou i......f
pr.NCAN MOTORS COMPANY (not
lei ii i name
with the Clerk of the i urt of
rtj. i'i--i Id
HARRl SOROSKY
ELRY STONE EUaEN'
' n I ",n, .in Mo
ol |
I 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
t".....iderslgned, dealrlng to engage in
nd. the rid Itlous nan i ri
I l.'Hill'A SALES CO., at I N E
.'.'th Street, Intend to
name with the Clerk "i the Circuit
''nun of Made County, Florida
U'll.l.l \M KRl H.ANM
i.AllKY SCHLOSBERG
il 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN il
I. .signed, dealt Ing to engrai
bualneaa i ndei the fictitious nanv
CLUB SEVENTY I .0), ;.i 8874 C
A'.-, Intends to register' said i
IVlthggJIc Jlelll of tbe.|JKU'CUt' Col

IT!'" Coral Waj
11 l-ll-is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N' iTICE IS lli:isi:i:V aiVKN I
the undersigned, desiring to i i
buslneai under the flctltloUk n -
t CLL'B IFTEEN I It) .n 14-IT Collins
Ave., Intendi t.. reglatei said
with the Clerk of the llrcult i 'ouri i I
l wde '"inn \, Florida
. K.\> EM CORP.
MONROE DIXON
Attoi ne) for Applli ant
oral Win
10/28 ii l-H-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
bualnea undei the flctltloo* name of
VILLAGE T \\'EBN. at 1801 N \V
17th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
to register s.ii.i nan,.- with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Made County,
i da.
GEORGE P. MINMY
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicant
2520 West FTagter St., Miami. Florida
m 21-28 ii -ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKUEMY GIVEN tli.it
the underslg n< d, di engage In
bualnea under tin- fictitious name ol
KIRK JEWELERS, at :'6 N.E. 1st
Avi Miami, I7la., Intenda to regl ter
.-.lid name with iii Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Mad.- County, Florida.
KIRK JEWELERS, INC.
SHAPIRl' & I'liiEM. Attorni
Attorne) for Appll.
4:'" Lincoln Road
10 21 28 II l-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 36449A
In Re E8T VTE 'P
SAi: \ JAMRi >/.. Dei eaa. -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'; ,'liiors and All IVrsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Bald
ite:
You. and each of you, are bereb)
noiifi.,1 gnd required to present an>
.leu:- and demanda which yon, or
of you, ma) have a::.Must the
estate of SARA JAMRi >'/.. d.....
lai..... Dade County, Florida, i" the
lion \\ '... BLANTON and FRANK
DoWlING, County. Judgea "f Made
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal addreaa >f
the claimant and to i>e sworn to "
presented aa aforesaid, or same
be barred. See Section 120 of the
I'i oliate Act,
1 late 1,-tolier 11. A M 195.*..
FRANCIS J JAMROZ
As Administrator of Ihe
Estate of
SARA J. JAMROZ.
Me,
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorne) for Administrator
(07 Oiympla Building. Miami 82, n.i
in 2i-la m.4-11
and
will
1833
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A
In Re; ESTATE i IF
J< .SEPH III' rNBR, 1'.-. i-is.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditei a an I AH I
i,i^. -|, ., r>i i'- ii...mis Agalnal Bald
E ''' .i
You, a I '
notified and r< quit ed to an)
rlalms -'^^ demanda winch you, or
either "i you, ma) have agalnal tne
, of JOSEPH IM'TNFi:. d<
..... Dade County, Florida, w the
il moral "ounty Ju.ig.-s of I
County, and file the same In
th< Co int) Courthou*
. -, .iin t Florida, within
, ai, niar months from the
First publication hen < Said cjarrna
tain the I. -.i
. of the claimant and ". be aworn
|p, -- d as afol
i| s.,- Section
the 194 P *' ,,
17. A.D M".
HERBERT H HI rNBR
MILTON in 'I'M-1:
Ui:rnard im tner
Kl L.V1A MEHLER
\, Exe. itora of the East u ill
and
lOShlPH HCTNER, Dece iaed
HI I-!. RT II HCTNER
\ Miami Beai b, t la.
f, i Bernard M
ins olymifla BMg Miami
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IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUN I V, FLOniUA
No. 32725-B
RE ESTATE OP
HARRY M. Rl iSKNTIIAI.. I.....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni ITU 'B is hereby given that i h
filed ni> final report and petition i -
Final Discharge aa Administratrix of
Hi. ,-t.it.- ol MARRY M ROSBN-
'i'iiai.. deceased; and that on
85th day ol November, IB55, I will
appl) to the Honorable crank B.
DOWLING, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of
final report and for final diaa i
as Administratrix of the Estate of
MARRY M ROSBNTHAL, deceaae
This 24th day of October, 1985.
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PALLOTT, SILVER ti Mll.l.oY
Attorneya for Administratrix .
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MADRID (JTA)- The sale of substantial quantities oi Spanish arms
to Egypt is expend to result from thfTcxtendicd visit here of a military
mission headed By (Jen Rizkalla Attia. the Egyptian Army's ehief BUD
ply officer. The group came on invitation of the Spanish Government
within a few days of Egypt's decision to buy arms from Czechoslovakia
Spain's arms factories are now being modernized under the American
aid program.
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TRONDHEIM, Norway (JTA) A thrae-daj ceremonj dedicating
the newly-opened community center oi tin- northernmost Jewish com-
munity in the world baa concluded here Situated ju-t three defreci
below the Artie Circle, Trondheim now has a Jewish COmmunitj of 120.
There were 340 Jews living here before World War II hut the Natia
deported all of them during the occupation. Those now living here re-
turned after the war The opening cercinom took place at .1 memorial
to the Jews murdered by the Nazi-
1 ^
PARIS (JTA)A special campaign launched bj French Zionist or
ganizationa to raiae 40 million Franca for North African Jewrj hat
passed the hallway mark. At a special meeting of large donor-. BOOM
seven million franca were turned Over to the committee, and Baron
Guy de Rothschild, pre-ulent of the French United Jewish Appeal, an-
nounced that he had him.-ell collected ten million In addition, the
Federation of Jewish Societies and the Women- International Zionist
Organization also announced receipts of their drives to
HANOVER, Germany JTA) Ernst lleinruh I'ramer. Na/i corn-
ier oi I Jewish forced labor camp near Tarnopol, Poland, was
sentenced to life imprisonment at bard labor by a German court at Old-
enburg following hi- conviction on charges of murder, manslaughter
and attempted murder of Jewish prisoners under his command The
court meted out the -e\ crest penalty allowed under German law. Pram
r waa charged specifically with the killing of 184 Jews
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) As a result of the situation created by the
Soviet supply of arm- to Egypt Premier-designate David Ben Gurion
undertaken negotiations to extend the four-pourt) cabinet he has
ssembled Into a bi alition which would include the centrist
1 1.1I Zionists and the Religious bloc.
Final plans for Temple Emanu-El'a Sunday
morning youth breakfaat services which
opened Sunday morning are being discuss-
ed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual lead-
er, and Milton Feinslein, advisor to the
group as following members look on: (left to
right) Bonnie Rubenstein, Linda I
bara Burris. Nancy Dezen, I
book, Ray Strauss, Sam Sam6w
Newman, Elliot Shapiro, Frank ]
ter Brickman, Joel Charming. ,
Ziva Kwitney and Paul RuthfhU;
haifa (JTA) Sir Winston Churchill sent a n.....age of greeting
the corner -tone laying ceremony for the Churchill Auditorium of
Haifa Technion. He waa represented bj his son, Randolph Churchill
Other speakers included then Acting Premier Levi Eshkol.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The vote of Israel's Parliament on Communist
- peddling in the Middle East waa seen hen aa an outstanding da
tratioi I the nation- unit: in the lace of a ballooning threat of
b attack With the exception ol five lone Communist votes, every
lit) present, including five Arabs, voted to express grave unxictj
the Czech Egyptian anna deal and to demand that the West supply
Israel with whatever arm- are needed for defense The resolution,
hammered out at a two hour caueu- in advance of the Kness* 1 aesaion
and introduced by the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, receiv-
ed the positive vote of the leftwing parties as well as the rightist Uerut
FLASHES FROM THE NEARJAJl
CASABLANCA (JTA) Five Jew- were among 15 injured in Port
Lyauty when a young Moslem threw a hand grenade into a cafe. In
ablanca, a bomb exploded m the office of a Jewish dentist, located
in a Moslem district No one waa injured.
TUNIS (JTA) Following repeated attacks at the hands of Arab
nationalist-. Jewish njerchants in the Hara Quarter have decided to
Close their shops at dusk Groups <>f young Jew- here are organizing a
self-defense corps to protect Jews and their property from attacks. The
extremist Arab pre-s eon!nine- a violent attack against Albert Bessis
Jewish member of the new Tunisian cabinet The new-paper ol the
Neo Destour nationalist movement, which foUowa the Moslem Broth-
erhood line, complained that M Beaaia 1- Ignorant of the Arabic lan-
guage and demanded that he be replaced in the cabinet bv a "Moslem
Arab" .
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
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KANSAS CITY .JTAV-'Kdd.e was one of the beat friends I had
in this world. He was absolutely trustworthy. I don t know how i'm
going to get along without him" With these words, former President
Harry S. Truman paid his final salute to Eddie Jacobson. his World War
I comrade, former business partner and a man whose services during
the establishment of the State of Israel were once termed "of such
high order that history alone shall take the full measure Mr Jacobson
who was 64 years old. died on his way to Menorah hospital He had
suffered a heart attack Sept 30.
ATLANTA (JTA)A charter has been issued to a new Klan orean
izatioir. it was revealed here. The charter was granted to the U S Klans
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan The petition for a charter was filed by
Samuel Green. Jr.. son of the late leader of the old Georgia Klan Mr
Green said the group would be a "secret fraternal organization whose
membership rolls shall be protected.-
aa ^CH.^AC (JTA)-Dr KaIman J Mann, director of the Hadassah
Medical Organization in Israel, appealed here to the American medical
profession to use its influence and prestige "to persuade Arab Dhvai
cians to meet with Israel doctors in the "spirit of Geneva" to discuss
mutual health problems which would result in the saving of thousands
of Arab and Jewish lives annually.
MEXICO CITY (JTA(-The Indian Jews of the tiny village of Venta
Prieta, about 80 kilometers from here, have issued an appeal to the
Jewish institutions of Mexico for aid in the rebuilding of their svna
gogue which waa seriously damaged by a flood. About 50 observant
Indian Jewish families live in the village, and their appeal was for
15.000 pesos ($1,150) for the repair of their synagogue, which like all
buildings of the village, was made of clay and sand.
BUENOS AWES (JTA)A combined slate of all the Zionist parties
swept to victory in the Buenos Aires Kehilla elections, receiving 62
percent of the total vote of 16.500. A left wing ticket obtained 28 per
cent of the vote.
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Page 16 A %  *-*l>***1far> THANKS TO YOU... ... ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL FRIENDS, WHO HELPED MAKE OUR GRAND OPENING SUCH A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. WE ARE PROUD TO KNOW YOU, AND PLEDGE REPEATED SAYINGS SUCH AS YOU f N JOYED LAST WEEK. j ^ c ,^ Everyone Welcome! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE %  %  4 "H VI 6 i. %  u f A fV iO fUGi lfWhG2£te JJSE^SSS 3 ^ I7, AYE. FARMERS MKT. AUCTION L „,* exciting than the rapid chant What can be mare exciting oM he Auctioneer the'**^ gEI All of these will tend ta maice your 11 a prafitable, Pleasureable adventure. AUCTION HOURS: FWOAY-10 a.m. ta midnita SATUROAY-lta5p.m.-7 p J n.f-.dnte SUNOAY-1 p.m. to 7 p.m. SfeSS %  ABSOLUTE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ON ANYTHING YOU BUY The ShopArama... Florida's first comd plete 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 fee South. So come out and join us. Spend the day in this city of over 60 shops! )PARAMA SHOPPING H OPEN FRIDAY. 8 a.m. to 11 pi 000 OPEN SATURDAY 8 a.m. to iff pjn. OPEN SUNDAY .. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Open Men., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9 JUIL to 9 pjn



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llMemb wl'. 1955 l^hloan Fund rts Ackerman A ,. k crman hta been elected A pnsident of the Greatfc.mi Baron tic Hirsch Loan Flection was held this week ;SS of Harry Simons. 1662 T named to assume office like ensuing year were Bar Hirsch Meyer, honorary „,Frank Rose. Albert j ind Leo Eisenstein, vice ujts: Maurice Grossman, sect Harry Simons, treasurer. I) members are Harry O. Sidney II Palmer, M. B. t Aaron Kravitz, Benjamin r' R w Apte. William Fried[pavid Kleber. Jack MuravI Elry Stone. Archie Brick. h 01. Jesse M, Freed. Abe ir, D an Serott. Max R. Silver 'e Schreidell. de Hirsch Loan Fund is Fthe auspices of the Greater j Jewish Federation and operas one of its sponsoring agenytfia motto." Ackerman exJlk to help the needy i ned and without interest list Will Seville juet Facilities Kipnis. managing director. ippointed Harry Harfenist, Retime of restaurant and experience, as banquet • of the Hotel Seville. %  femst will be arranging ons in one of the most exve banquet facilities in the fejturinn the "Alhambra" Dade Butchers Guild Seeks Rabbinical Help Dad County Kosher Butchers Gaild Wednesday malstrhrHto r> LEGAL NOTICE Page 15 A NOTI KOTO MM IIN'I. buslm w Yullt with Ih. Of Dude .Ii V*( IN y..\ i I5J2 BII II H-18CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW B 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai .","•'*','''" rlctltloue name .,, '.' %  :.: A '' : %  tli '-ith street. North Miami. '" :;"•'" lo register said name .' %  %  < ol Hi. rirculi Court • .unty. I1..1 % Hi AND K RAVITZ i for John Toloi Building NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS^ NAME LAW N "i 'K is HEREBY GIVEN that outti utroe cnrollntent Up South l)a present any claims iind diinands which you, or either of you, may have against the .-taie of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HKHUKHT MORRIS, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable Count) Judges of I>de County, and fjle the same in their offices in the t nunty 'ourthouse in Darte County. Florida, within Sight calendar mouths from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claim-, or demands to contain the letal address of th.claimant and to b. sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. Date November Sth, A.I). 1950. EDNA .1. LEIB, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS, I %  • i eas. d MYERS, HBIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneyi for Estate 11/11-11-25 — 12 2 \/9 *> Hsrrjr Harttfiisf W Ballroom which can accome \200 for banquets. Six 'public rooms can take care of 1 to 500 persons," Kipnis 1 Harfenist family for many Mwrated some of the finest •ant* in New York. The BTcli Caterers.' of which %  Wist was president, catered Fweds of banquets in the fin|"Wels there. rfenist has been residing in J" ach for 15 years. formidTSeeks *P 2 Seat '' McCormick is a candidate g commission in group 2 *>ear-old hopeful this week his ~ '-worters -that I have "*ta| up for the people's t for the Past ten years. rni am i skinR them to s a nd IferThpm ,hat ca do a better WSkV m cmber of the ^ent of Miami [Qr (ho Mctormick said that he is "'or the httie fellow-the ; ith out poii,i M friends." ;r owner and operator of on J?" 8 a "d a member h. he J, m r ,al ^P^st 5 -Ovocates lower fares SUnt, Senior Citizens on Boat Ride Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged has arranged a boat ride on Nov. 16 for the senior citizens of the Jewish Home for the Aged through the courtesy of Capt. Sid Hartshorne. of the "Tropical Bird." The Greater Miami Police Benevolent Association will transport aged residents to and from the boat. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Sol Silverman is president. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184759 JOSEPH MAJEWKKI, Plaintiff, \ s\ JENNTE C, MK.I i:\VSK I. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl' JENNIE C, MA.IKW SKI 23 I'arksid. I... II. Bayonne, New Jt YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition for Modification t I'uiai Decree with Retard to Support Moneys has been filed against you ami you are required t.. serve a copy of v ..HI pine dins to iann Ptalntlfrs attornevs snd file the original pleading ith the Clerh "f the Circuit Court, OH or before the II day of December, IMS, otherwise %  Judgment b) d.fauit win be taken against you lor the relief requested therein. Dated :it Miami, 1 lot-Ida, this \th • \.I\ of November, 1955 H i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, ClrcuU Court Dade County, Florida By WM. W STOCKING Deput) I'l.rk MKNItY M. CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 1320 W Plagler Street, Miami. Hoi Ida ll/U-|S-2a — 12 I Criminal Jury is Topic At the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith. Tuesday noon, Nov. 15, in the Di Lido hotel. Hon. Richard E. Gerstein, assistant county solicitor, will be gu8t speaker, Michael Sossin, lodge president, announced Wednesday. Gerstein will speak on "You and the Criminal Jury." Gershon S. Miller is luncheon chair man. ifor •ncreased ^XfL* 1 a ,so work £ r *HThV ysteni nd ,e '"Her y ^"C'lhappy paMc Cormick asserted. Emphasis on Worship Theme Of Program at University Emphasis on religious worship attendance is the theme to be used by the University of Miami Student Religious Association during the national "Religion In American Life" program to be conducted through Nov. 30. The Student Religious Association, which is comprised of repre sentatives from all the religious groups on the campus, will sponsor the campaign. Committee is headed by Cynthia Hechter, 1955-56 recipient of the Minna Hoffman Bosf Interfaith Scholarship. Dr. Melanie Rosborough is faculty advisor. Honor Univnitr's Opening Malave Malke will be given by Mizrachi Organization of Miami in honor of the opening of Bar Han University of Israel Saturday evening at Beth El Congregation. Chairmen of the affair are Israel Levenapn. president, and Ben Licnter, corresponding secretary. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will be speaker. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184796 MABEL LEE CAMPBELL, Plaintiff vs. MACK CAMPBELL, IVfendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION in MACK CAMPBELL H.-sWenee 1'nknown VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for divorce has hen filed aaainot you. and you lire reaulred to n rve %  < copy w your AntwVr thereto on PtalntlfTi attorney, BEN E88BN, 1"H Reynold Huddiim, Miami. I lorida. and flUthe original Answer in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit fonrt on or before the |2th da\ of December. 19.">.">: otherwise the allegations of said Hill of lorn,.!.. in i ill be taken a* confessed scalnst you. Dated nilti> *• of Mevambari 19,J K. B. LKATHKKMAN. I'leik Circuit '"iirt By. WM W STOCK INT. Deputy t'lerk BEN B88EN, EsqWre Attorney for Plaintiff 11/11-1S-21 — 12/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE fOUNTY. FUOR. IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1S42SS IKMA MITCHELL. Plaintiff M VT1UN MITCHELL, Defendant %  A NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ToSr^A?bAN W J lT^HEJ^ rjK! i u,e on the Plaintiffs attorney, 08KPH ROSBNKRANTjE, KSW. <>•> i I uo .. Road Bids Miami Beach. g. MO. day of oc„ber. ,,Ml K 1! I.KATIIKHMAT nerfc of CJrruJJ Coort By H. H RICE, JR. ,_n Deputy < lerk JOHBPH ItOSKNKHANTZ. ESQ. ,,,,i,i K.md HUM! ., Beach. rv>rlda t0 |8 11/4-1 1 -1 v NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 1S440I CLEMENS BCHEL'ER, Plaintiff, \ n HELEN B. BC11EUER, Defendant TO: HELEN KCHEUER lus-il 7th Ave Forest Hills, L.I., \. w York Fou are required to serve %  copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint fa Divorce on the iiinintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in trie office of the t'lerk of the Circuit Couri on or before the ,'.th day Of December, A.D. in:,,-., otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 2th day of October. IMS. K. It. LBATHKUMAN. Clerk of the ClrcuU Court, Made County, Florida. By: M. .S. UKEF.N. (Circuit Court .Seal) Deputy clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Ally. 1023 geybotd Building 11/4-11-18-2.-. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mid. rsign.-d, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JOSEPH CULLEN, at 2810 N.W. 1st St Miami. Intends to register said n line with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MAURICE COHEN ll/t-11-18-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN Unit the undersigned, desiring to sngaga in business under the fictitious name of K. C. PACKAGE ST' IRE, at is N.W, 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Hoi Hla CHARLES M. KOLLIN MARK S1LVER8TEIN, Ally. U'M Lincoln Head, Miami Beach, Fla. 10/28 — 11/4-11 -1 s NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY (3IVEN that b) virtue of Chapter f.TS of Florida statutes Annotated ((1941), Warehousemen and Warehouse Receipts wherein A. O. TRANSFER WAREHOUSE CO., INC., a Florida corporation, by virtue of its warehouse lien, liax in its possession the following described property: 1 AIR. CONDITIONER. OFFICE FILES AND MISCELLANEOUS CARTONS as the property of M GlLLBR, Pan-Am Mortgage Company. Security Building, Miami, Fla.: 1 PHOTOORAPHER'fl FLUORESCENT LltJHT as the property of MRS. GLASS, II Collins Avenue. Miami Beach; REFRIGERATOR, WASHING MACHINE. :' BEDS, CHAIRS AND OIL HEATER, as the property of Mrs. Retlta Harris, l8."i N.W. 4th Avenue, Miami; and that on the lilt Day of November. l:ij.-., during the legal hours of sale. mainly between ll:O0 forenoon and :• .on in the afternoon, at 204 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida, the undersigned shall offer for sale to the high. st bidder for cash in hand the above described property as the property "f M. CILLER. MRS CLASS and MRS. HARRIS DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th Day <>f November. 1953. A. O. TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC. 11 11-18 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33927-A RE: ESTATE OK DAVID MEYER. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my finiil report and petition for Final Discharge of Executor of the estate of DAVID METER, deceased: and that on the -8th day of November, 195.1. will applv to the Honorable FRANK DOWLINO. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval pf %  aid final report snd for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of DAVID MEYER, deceased. This 17th day of October, I95S. DAVID RIFAS, Executor Attornev for Executor GEORGE CHERTKOF tt>1 Olympla Hldg.. Miami 32. Florida in M — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACE-HY B1GN COMPANY at 1107 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Q. H. BASS BERNARD Ill'TNER. Esq. i.e. oivmpla Bldg.. Miami. Florida Attorney for (5. H. Bnss 10/18 — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnes under the fictitious name of .1 L. TRUCKING, at 75 W. 33rd Street. Hlalesh. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK LEVY. Sole Owner 10/21-28 — 11/4-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS, at Central Blvd., Miami, Intends to ._ later said name with tinClerk ol Circuit Court of Dade Coiint\, I'N HARRY MOSS HENRY NORTON Attorney for Applicant U0 Blscayne Hldg. 11/4-11-18-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga| business under the fictitious nan THE TRAVEL BHOPj at 254 i: It Flaglei Si.. Miami. Florida, ill' to register said name wiiii the i of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida RALPH ROI'.HINH METER, WEISS. ROSEN A RC .\ttoi neyi foi Ralph Rabbins 120 Llm oln Road, Miami Beach, I ll 4-ll-18-2fi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name it RWEETWATER BAR, at 730 8 W 108th Avenue, Sweetwater, intendto r M id name wit h the Clerk of the <'iicult Court of i l ade i '" %  Floi iila. RENATO E. KNol".! KE88LER c.AIts Attorneys for Applicant 17*.^ W. Flaglei st. ll/4-ll-lh-:'.-.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN Uv.t the undersigned, desiring to engs^ business under the fictitious name of SILVER DRUGS, at UJ6MI N.W. Avenue. Miami, Dade County. intend to register said name with Jthe Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ie County, Florida. DAVID SILVER ZE1.DA SILVER MYERS. HELM AN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants f,:.0 S.ybold Bldg. 11/4-11-1X-L'-, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS H.-:REHY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORMAN KLEIN INTERIORS', at MS list St Miami Jleach, Intends to register said name with t'-e Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of I'ade Countv. F'lorida. NORMAN KLEIN [TEJUOR8, INC. RHAPUtO AND PRIED At toi nei a for Applicant 420 Limoln Road 11/4-U-18-SS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 174*55 FRANK WRIGHT, Plaintiff, MILDRED DILI^ARD WALLA, i: WRlOHT. Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MILDRED DII.LARD WALLACE WRIGHT (address unknown I Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Di\ has be.n filed against you and you are required to file your answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, and copy of your answer on the Plaintiff s attorney, JOSEPH ROSBNKRANTZ, ESQ., a' One 4-incoln Road, Miami H.a.h, Florida on or before the 2nd day of December. l'.'.V.. If you fa do so a Decree Pro Omfesso will be entered against you, Dune and ordered this 1st day Of November, 19.V.. E B. LEATHERMAN. Circuit Clerk By R. H RICE, JR. (Seal) Deputy Cler': 11/4-11-18-2.'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GIFT BAZAAR, at 12731 Hiscayne Blvd.. Miami. Florida. Intends to reiister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FT. WILLIAM BOXER GILBERT & YOUNG Attornevs for William Be 10/28 — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 18+233 PA PL W. TURNER, Plaintiff. vs. ESTELLE TI'RNER, Defendant SUIT FOR OIVORCE TO: ESTELLE TURNER Residence unknown You are hereby notified that a P.M of Complaint fer Divorce has filed against yott, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..n or before the 12nd day of November IS.'..'.. !f vou fall to do so, Judsment by default will be taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint This notice shall lie published on^e each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th day of October, A P E. B. LEATHBRMAN, clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida By R H RUE, JR.. (Circuit Court Seal! ity Cleric MELVIN I. MIROFF Attorney for Plaintiff J7 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla. 10 LM 28 — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS la • |C LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag. in businea under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO CLUB, al P. O. %  __? %  Miami Beach 40, Hla.. intends tn/ffsald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Flo DAVID S. GOLDFTNL l/l-28 — 11/4-11



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Page 2 B *Jenist fkrHian feminine fair: O tke em A GOOD STARTER FOR PRESERVE: omerront Lucious Fruits and Vegetables Make Splendid Dill Pickles, Spiced Peaches By LEAH LEONARD The ma tow with : %  : %  • and \Home-makers' thoughts turn to pickling and pn .1., ni this b> % %  : ':• l iho fields We offer the 1 ood -tar HOME-MADE DILL PICKLES Ea-\ Va I'ucumS Vet firm fre-h cucumber*. 3 to h am Wa-h in COM r .ind wipe dry Pack into one or twr.-r.u3rt flan Jan, preferably j those with wide upenin-' Tour over :he la aarva in ab e *H ten d. : To hasten fermentation, place the filled jars in the -un for a day or two Larger Quantity Pill PickleAn\ rise cucumber may be nsed lor thimethod. Wash and wipe dry firm in*ti cucumbers Arrange in a pickling crock, packing tight lv 1 o one peck of average siae cucumbers approximately 10 pound-. I to 6 quarters water Bring water to a boil and add !'.• cups --alt Let cool to lukewarm and add to cucumbers Be sure the liquid COVCn the contents of crock. Add 3 headof garlic i-eparated and di. 4 cup whole mixed pickling -pice and aeveill bunch^ oi frc-h or dry dill Place a heavy in-ide crock to weigh the CUn well under the liquid A well -crunbed rock the pla'e helpCovet wWl muhn and let -tar.l at room temperature till fermentation begins and scum formSkim well, wash and return heavy plate and weight When bubbles disappear (fermentation nately 8 to 10 days, the pickles are ready to cat May be -tored in a cool, dark piace. after fermentation stoi Variation If fresh grape leaveare available, pack some between layers of cucumbers and cover top before adjusting weight. Lends >pc cial flavor SPICED PEACHES 3 pounds clingstone peaches (un Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Hebrew Academy women's membership chairman, presents plaque to Mrs. Charles H. Fruchtman, hostess to more than 200 women who attended a memberhip tea at her home. Participating in the award ceremonies was Mrs. Irvinq Firtel (left), president oi the women's qroup. More than 130 new members, of which 40 are life members, joined in the current membership campaiqn. Principal speaker wa3 Mrs Merivina Weiss Liebman. supervisor oi elementary education for Dade county schools. dernpe> (loves adirected Cold water as directed 1 cup sugar *\ cup cidar vinegar 1 teaspoon whole mixed spice. optional 3 bay lca\> 1 3-inch stick cinnamon Pare peaches and in.-ert 2 or 3 whole cloves in each Add enough cold water to come halfway up side of pot m which peach*I are to be I (over and bring to a quick boil. Reduce heat to a -low boil and cook till peaches are ten der enough to pierce with a toothpick. Add sugar, cider vinegar, bayleaves and stick cinnamon The whole mixed spice-, if u-o.l. -hould be tied in a piece of cheesecloth and discarded after 5 minute cooking time. Continue cooking :i to 5 minutes, uncovered. Turn into glaea jars, preferably wide mouthed ones, and seal while hot. Can be served as saon as cold, but bet ter flavored after several days Yields about 3 pints •nitnaua^ '** lh "-h a ,r mano( 7 J hc / home. 9 s """ the Co, A'Mn and Clark Aboft forly i (ready b *>n\ aiaca %  \ m membei.-hip 0 f the G Alumnae Astecuflnj --il-.n Phi JOKAJ and bands i n charge of r VrKohlenberg. Mr\ Zank is president of (he waammmm i NO CAIORI 1 US£lNCOfl*l TEA. C'ttsJ man, MM! 5 4f Leading Food Sfi At Food and Dreji Who is the "Ideal Man?" Look:nq on are .left to right, 1 Eleanor Osewick. Joyce Karp, Marlene Rosenthal and Carol Cohen, president. ORIGINAL SKIT TO DECIDE Who Will be Their Ideal Man' Choice? All eyeare focused on the cup to be presented to the "Ideal Man" cho-en at the e\enth annual "Ideal Man D piMUMI ll lara Hirsh Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Womei evening. Nov. 13. in the DiLido hotel. ordtag to current plan then Will be entertainment and an original -kit lor seled the winner Skit i under the dire, Ifj SaU Pi TETLCY TEA IN A GLASS. 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iNoremberjUSK5_ l&lslincrldfojn Jewish Community's Dissolution Result of Pressures HW**" i^ifisz&j is : a* %  -—* ***> heavy odds to preserve its tradi, !" L'L I p !; rformance of a P'ay I tions and a semblance of communal Ln *n "n y !" nms for chil life. Figures do not tell the story Z.LZa H f" nu|cah and Purim; b v nity dlsof how shanghais Jews sought to f amor,nK ,hc community for fesirresistimai ntain Jewish sponsored classes !" on holiaa y ..nn or ... _J .i__ ... i Moral rnnrnon ic j:tt:...i. I ; Page II A Sri This fe.lin._is L W hen a commu K as a result of J or economic pressures of .Jbrief. is the story of the L fewish community in 1, community whose total tisinsisht. There were Tjews left in China by the I June. 1955: 319 in Harbin, taishai. and 130 m Tientelsewhere Of this group, i hard core cases; 369 held nsas; and 60. the visas of Buntnes. Of the 150 "hardas e< 48 arc awaiting transta [ 0 ,hc Malbcn settlefin Israel or to European ures do not tell the story in education, or religious service*. h ^" courage is a difficult which were finally transferred to T def,ne but certainly, it' a Shelter House. ; c an e "bribed to that lonely T*,„ ch.„k,i i— w L Jewish outpost In China. These efThe Shanghai Jews had to bear forts to preserve a Jewish life the blow of seeing its synagogue went on in the face of poverty and disbanded They could derive comillness Relief needs grew daily and fort only from he fact that Torah aid had to be granted to In "n scrolls and rehgious books which creasing number of Jew h fan i"they had used in the synagogue ies in China: to a family in T.EJ Z? p J s TIiu t,LfoSf nt to tiif 0; ,0 a family and an Id "" i" rael-as a gift. It is touching to ob-! Dalyn; to a Jewish widow with serve the last gasps of the Shangthree children in Sinksiang hai Jewish community seeking to These efforts-these gestures of preserve some shreds of culture defiance to an inevitable fate— *" d unitv have ben supported by the Council This spirit of unity and-culture of the Jewish Community of Shangthey sought to shore up in the past na 'wnich submits periodie reports to the proper government authorities. The Council's burdens have been heavy. It has been able to carry on because of the earnest and sympathetic backing of the Joint Distribution Committee and the Israel Government, whose trade delegation visited China in February 1955. At present, time has also added its afflications to the Jewish com-1 munity, which impatiently awaits i the opportunity to leave China—a I 1 country in which they cannot oc-1 cupy a useful place in its economy. When exit permits become avail-1 able, the Jewish community of | China will have become a fugitive memory in that ancient land. The I Jewish Council will, at last, be I able to lay down its heavy burdens and onerous responsibilities, and disband. In 1939, the number of Jews in China was. 25.000: in 1946, it drop-! ped to 16.000; at the end of 1953, only 943 Jews were left. This numProminent business and professional men will serve as members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation publicity committee headed by John Serbin (seated center). Shown planning the year-round publicity and public relations program for Federation are (seated) Charles Whitebrook, Serbin and William Gladstone. Standing are Charles R. Jacobson, Federation publicity director, Daniel Neal Heller and Charles Goldstein. Members of the committee not shown include Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, Albert Comancr and Philip Schoenberg. I i right are Mrs. Kate Meidenborg and Mrs. Sarah Czeck, |two women in the State of Florida to contribute to the u wu .. — r—T."" w ,c, • K "nly 943 Jl 'ws were left. This numrMonsky building. Looking on is Mrs. Morton Steinberg, ber nas now dwindled t0 679 Sonal B'nai B'rith office. These figures, in themselves, tell Miami Women First in State Who Contribute to Monsky Building a story filled with despair, adversity—but also a shining, moral courage. aign in Florida to raise j (forthe Hem Monsky B'nai! 1 buildinu to be erected in J [ton. D.C., t off to a rapIhu week with pledges |MrSarah Czeck and Mrs. Ueidenberfi. ;Czeck and Mi. Moidenberg, flown here for their philan:endeavor, are the first two in Florida whose names ppear on a bronze plaque in ristmas Urges >rt in Final iign Stage &iy Christmas, Miami City fiwoner and candidate for %  Wednesday asked the peoMiami to Join "in my con1 fight for a better city mor"d a better city physically." >city commissioner said that prst consideration of any gov^"1 is and should be the pro10 Us citizens and the enit of it, laws | must continue to work," ^ said, "for better protecthe children of this crkn*' and ^tter prcventatXe "* Wist child molestation working always fof prb%  all the people of Miami •w as a bettor city physical Efrned." Christinas said.fi %  continue the work started ,' ll y c mmission of which I K m ^ r --*ork which has-rt" $7,250,000 of Capital JmLs and without any new 12ML Physical eflorts ^ ld ^ !" ntinued are the l0 of more parks and playne H a new olf course on i ". development of the \S** dded *<* inif 7 nL ( "ore Morn, sewers, inli l, reCt Park,ng and %  IjrfWmtoriuni ^L, a, ? announced that ft h !" L hea dquarters to r orS^ s pot at 201 Sl betr nU ar !" mmodate the K" i n ,he ,art *• %  the main lobby of the building. Names will list those who have contributed upward of $1,000 toward the building. Krected to the memory of Henry Monsky, the edifice will bring under one roof in the nation's capital rare specimens of JudaicAmericana. Mr. Monsky was the late president of the world fraternal order now celebrating its 112th anniversary. Manuscripts, historic documents, such as the letters of George Washington to the Jewish congregation. masterpieces of art. literature and sculpture by American Jews — these will be among the items housed in the building, Also planned is a "Four Freedoms" library and a separate exhibit devoted to the creation and growth of the State of Israel. Mrs. Mortot* Steinberg, of the national B'nai B'rith office, is cur rently in Miami Beach to work out this area's participation in the development of the Henry Monsky building. Pioneer Women's Groups Schedule Local Functions When the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women holds its regular luncheon meeting at Chuck's restaurant, 101 NE 2nd ave., Tues day, Nov. 15, all members of the participating clubs are being invited to attend. The occasion is a report by Lillian Raffel on the convention she attended, in Toronto, Canada, as Council representative of the Pioneer Women. Reservations, according to Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of the Council, arc being taken by the five Pioneer Women clubs which comprise the Council. • Mrs. Essie Wilensky heads the roster of officers to be installed by Club I of Pioneer Women on Monday evening, Nov. 21, at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, chairman of the evening, announces that installing officer and guest speaker for the event will be Councilman Harold Shapiro. Also on the program will be Councilman Shapiro's wife, Sinai, U of M Sponsor Course Mount Sinai Hospital and the medical school of the University of Miami are sponsoring a course in "Advances in Electroordiogra pfay" to be given by Dr. Chart. I Kossman. during the week Nov. 7 to 12. at the Georgian hotel, Miami Beach. This course is a continuation of the seminars in electrocardiography which have been held previously under the auspices of Mount Sinai Hospital alone Ex jpanded interest in this field has resulted in joint sponsorship of the hospital and the medical school. Dr. Charles K Kossmann is an outstanding cardiologist who ii | now Associate Professor at New .York University. Dr. Kossmann s teaching of this course has attract ed physicians from the entire eastern United States and from South | America, Cuba and the Wast In jdies. Marty Levine New Motel Executive Marty Levine. 1535 Drexel ave., Miami Beach, has been named executive manager of the new Chateau resort motel, now nearing completion at 191st st. and Collins ave.. it was announced Wednesday by Sol Taplin. Chateau managing director. Levine. a resident here for the past 25 years, has served as executive director of several Miami Beach hotels Last summer he operated Lakeside Inn. an exclusive summer resort in Hendersonvillc, N.C. Educated at Miami Beach High School and the University of Florida. Levine spent four years as an Air Force test pilot during World War II. His is a member of the American Legion and Hotel Greeters. •When the Chateau is complet'ed" Levine said, "it will be the most unique resort that I have ever been associated with. The Chateau's French motif is designed exactly like a private country estate on the ocean, offering a whole new world of vacation pleasure^ Sylvia, who will sing songs of her 'native Israel. Vice presidents assisting Mrs. Wilensky are Sophie Krantz, Esther Yaffe and Rose Rosenstein. I Recording secretary is Nettie Duk, lcr; financial and corresponding secretary, Leah Notkin; and treasurer, Minnie Bauer. Sharing responsibility for the two most important committees !are Sophie Krantz, Moetzet Hapoa1 lot chairman, and Jennie Seitlin. child Rescue fund chairman. Cochairmen are Esther Kline and Betty Schechter. Jewish National Fund chairman is Esther Garber. Celia Beckerman is membership chairman. Mrs. Stadlan is cultural chairman, and Yetta Grcetzman i> sunshine chairman. Mrs. Morris Skop reviewed ther" the novel by Nathaniel Weinreb. for Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women, Thursday evening, at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. In addition to this program celebrating Jewish Book Month, a •Welcome Back" to club president, Lillian Raffel. who has just returned from the Pioneer Women j national convention, was arranged by program chairman Mrs. Albert Shkoler. WITHIN YOUR REACH The new car — whether it's a sparkling '56 model or a great buy in a good late model used car — it's within your reach through Pan American Bank's low-cost auto financing plan. PAN AMERICAN BANK OP MIAMI, FlORIDA MEMIER: MDtBAl l*SMVl SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COIf. S. E. 1st Sl. ol 3rd Af. Phor* 2-7211



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ember ll.WM ^J^lstrhridUar NO STHAMGm 70 TOP OffKtS Page 7B Local Leaders Receive Appointments to Council's Board Mrs A.nrvn h. .... i _. tft • fltri. Mo'vlr. SjHMJtr reniony I'nitca Ariene Stohi [\:i,| Alvin Males in Honey's Lounge | Ocean| The bride attended Miami Senhotel lor High School and graduated Ariene from Jackson Memorial Ho-pita! lighter of Mr and Mrs. School of Nursing She is on the kl 73,itj Cai and staff of the hospital. The groom at i ol Mr and lira, tended Mississippi Southern Col[ thai. 103 South | lege, Wayne University, the I'm versity of Florida and is now ma witi offi-i J rin 8 in Economics and Account) Btman.iEdward Guth- n S at < he Miami University. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias, Greater Miami Lodge, and was a staff sergeant during the Korean War, teaching in the electronics school. Among out-of-town guests were Miss Edith Stone, Mr. and Mrs Mac Oppenheim, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Marcus, Mrs. Rose Mack and Mrs. Lillian Pearlman from New York. Mr. William D. Stone. Long Island, N.Y., and Mrs. Edith Kurlander, St. Louis, Mo. Upon completion of a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the newlyweds will reside at 3642 SW 7th st., Miami. ler> were Eugene Mann fcrTrauri-: |de chose a princess style white lace over bridal vweep tram The fitted Hured a -(imp neckline (clipped outline of irideuinam! seedpearla and %  d sleeveHer finger%  fererl veil of French il(held in place by a tiara i sequin ami rhinestone Tied her confirmation wed with satin and rufi edge and centered with kite hybrid orchids and %  alley shower Her only ht i strand of pearls, gift om'.i parent-. dith Stone, aunt of the imaid of honor Miss Lee |took charge ol the guestlion and lunch in the Imfollowed the cereWe decorations were of I white flowers. Floral dei executed bj the BlackjyShoj '••••* &f ...- &f UN ELECTROLYSIS ^B-AWicol/y Approved B&^itS?*£ ,sidore s p* nier 1 045 Lenox avc Wearing a ballerina-length gown of lace over satin and a fingertip illusion veil, the bride carried white orchids on a Bible. Her sister-in-law, wearing a mauve brocade dress and carrying gardenias. Efflnlf%l*tviAM6 was matron of honor "piwyTTieilT Milton Schermer was best man SCPVICP ior the br d egroom. Following a honeymoon in Miami Beach, the couple will be at home at 1045 Lenox ave.. after Nov. 12. Mrs. Aaron Fan and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin have just received appointments ( Q the national hoard of National Council of •N-wish Women. Mrs, Farr will represent the membership committee and Mrs Levin the welfare committc. Civic work has long been the ilevement of these two Council leaders. Mrs Lei in is presided of the board Of director, ol Haven School and president of P le Nati m il Employ the •! This last eived '" !!i P I ited te In 1954, s %  • n i Delta Tau ority m nl out choose %  .. thei en ol ill. Year," and therebj also made her an honorary rtemlH r ln i I wish Women work, Mrs. Levin s, r • i as first pre Ml n Her work with Ui handicappe* lea which culminated in the cstablishmeaf of the preschool age l'!r% child program in the DadeafCounty %  %  '' S item, which Council started a) Miramar tchool She h served on the ird 'i the Jewish Family Service. Mr Fair's past presidencies include t~>i of Greater Miami Section Council of Jewish Women and Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. She is currently president of Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations and first vice president of Southern Interstate Conference. NCIW She was formerly vice president of ML Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary and on the boards of both Miami Beach High School and Brandeis Women's Commitee. She was also on the board of the Sheltered Workshop of Dade County, the executive committee of the board of governors of the Jewish Federation, and the executive board of the Family and Child Division of the Welfare Planning Council of Community Chest. MRS. AARON FARR and MRS. NATHANIEL LEVIN Beth TfHah Sisterhood Slates 'Welcome Back' Fete Mrs. Rachel Katz, president of Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah, has announced that Sisterhood will hold an annual "welcome back" supper in the Synagogue Nov. 20. Mrs. Frieda Stern is chairman of refreshments and will be assisted by Mrs. Rachel Katz, Mrs. Anna Silberman, Mrs. Fannie Michaelson, Mrs. Rose Kratish and Mrs. Rebecca Gluckman. 115 Miss Stein Becomes Mrs. Mclvin Spanier Roberta Gail Stein became the bride of Melvin J. Spanier Sunday at a 5 p.m. ceremony in Temple Emanu El. A dinner reception in the Royal Hungarian restaurant followed Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Krwin Stein, 762 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, the bride was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rummage Sale Sunday Naomi Group of Hadassah will hold a rummage sale at Stevens Market. 6209 NW 27th ave.. all day Sunday. Nov. 13. Mrs. Harold Abbott is chairman. 'j Y •ppointnunl. nan JE 8-81H. 1134 C B E LE DOMESTIC HELP I %  DAY WORKERS tent Wit PH. 94401 L!!f^L N BERG. Own.r MAKE YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS GIFTS! • | nrn tl %  easy, inexpensive way in make charming and unusual gift! ti.r fricndl and family. Watch fot Onmd Opienint Spedali DO-IT-YOURSELF CRAFT SHOP 1525 N.W. 27th AVE., MIAMI ParJ; fn Tropical fl<>bb\!ii>ui Lot m JOCCESSfUl SEASON WRRY BLUE His Accordion end Orchestra ttlai ,"J NMWT T0 ** VOU* *$ OUTSTANDING After 1 p.m. Coll MO 7 • HI 8-1279 I ING r 7373 to u To K MAMAM §ALON J i ^JS SAGES WITH EVERY REGULAR SERIES ON PRESENTATION OF THIS AD Ufa "V. 1 *• %  • Coral Goblti 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 < CvtnlMf I r Appointment 1 Phone 13-8256 i MENORAH lor HANUXAH Tl,. Id. 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r [.November 11.19M lians to Attend a | UCP Confab "knisl Ikridlitcin Worl< • ( ,iv. co-foundI nitocl Cerei >ew York [ %  rtsjdent oi fa wili presenl the organginUonbl u'PN<,. 11 [Eton's Hot.! Sutler. .,.;,... Netter, presilicPA ol Miami. Otto FeU chairman. Mrs. Abr*> hsserman. president of MiK h Women's I nit, Mrs. ( ;„. on nt, Miami i. L n j(, McGregor Smith. dent of the Parent* Unit %  I ClinicMrs. Irene DitiRPT, physical therapist. I F Sounders, administraIDr Donald A Schultz and jF. Brigham of the speech ring department, will at. meeting in Boston as rep[jves of the local clinic. ig at t.'ic president's dinurdav Will he Leonard H. .board chairman of UCP sdent of American BroadWamount Theatres, Inc. Page 5 A JNF Council Will Hear Timely Report ItcRular monthly meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami will take place on Tuesday evetTbtg, Nov. 15, in the Pan American room of the !ac'-stone hotel. Meeting will be dedicated J the committee for the Mendel Fisher testimonial dinner, which will take place on Dec. 4 at the Di Lido hotel. Reports will be rendered by chairmen of affiliated organizations on thoir activities for JNF. Lhicl Lesowoder will give an, eye-witneai report of latest developments in Israel. He has just re-1 turned with Mrs. Lesowoder from six months in Europe and the Holy Land. Jacob "Fishroan, JNF program chairman, will present a program. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3S95 A check to pay for the kindergarten furniture of Temple Emanu-ETs rehgious school is being presented to Rabbi Irving Lehrman from the officers of Temple Emanu-El's Young Adult Group. They are (left to right) Hi Josivitz, vice president; Bert Tumpson, president; and Marilyn Neuman, corresponding secretary. Hausman will present awards and citations to outstanding lay and professional leaders who have volunteered their services to help the nation's 550,000 persons with cerebral palsy. Entertainment during and after the president's dinner will be provided by Mrs. Jane Pickcns Langley, famed singing star and former national secretary of United Cerebral Palsy. Iwil Gillman M was UCP s first presiod wu subsequently reI to that office I ive consecu*i"g the annual report, Aristotle Slated At Book Series Politics according to Aristotle will be discussed on Nov. 14 by members of Miami's first year I-Great Books discussion group at the Miami Public Library. The local group is part of the nationwide organization whose aim is to stimulate self education among adults by reading and discussing the great books Readings and discussions for November are' "Politics," by Aristotle, again on Nov. 21; and "Lucurgus and Numi," by Plutarch, Nov. 28. Allen Timberlake will lead the discussion. 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Approved by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. the plan is under the supervision of Vaad director Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and a full time mashgiach. Managers of the Ritz Plaza this week explained that "there is a definite need for an air conditioned kosher hotel on the oceanfront in the Lincoln rd. area, and it is our aim to carry out every phase of the dietary laws to the very letter." In' addition to serving three meals daily "of finest quality kosher standards." the hotel's program calls for providing guests with movies, game nights and planned entertainment. There are also a sand beach, pool and cabanas. All rooms face outside, the managers said. The Ritz Plaza, which will feature steam heat for comfort during cold snaps, was the Jennie Grossingcr hotel several years ago. TIRES • BATTERIES • WHEEL ALIGNMENT • ACCESSORIES SCHARLIN'S CITIES SERVICE (Formerly EMERSON TIRE) "Service Is Oar Business" 600 N.E. 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Page 2 A 9-JmisiifhridHan_ Combined Jewish Appeal Drafts Heiman as 1956 Chairman In response to the unanimous acclaim of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at their first meeting last week in the Algiers hotel. Sam J. Heiman, prominent communal leader, has volunteered to servo for the second time as chairman of the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal. Heiman's acceptance of the top post came at the close of hiofficial report to the board on his first-hand experiences in Israel during October as a member of the overseas United Jewish Appeal Mission. Stanley C". Myers, president of Federation, expressed "the deep gratitude and appreciation of the board of governors, the trustees and entire membership of the ccn Hal Jewish agency." Under Heiman's leadership leaf year, the record-breaking sum of SI,251.000 was raised among Jewish residents of Dade countv to $ mm '• "eiman support Greater Miami health* and • • • •*•"*" tii term welfare institutions and over 50 national and overseas causeman report that Moans Sharrtt. He is the first C'JA chairman in former Prime Minister of Israel. 17 years to serve two consecutive t believed war might be imminent terms, according to Myers j unless cool heads prevail and that Visibly moved by the standing; the matter calmly to reach an ovation accorded him by his many agreement for future peace, co-workers and friends at the board At the Prime Minister'i dinner of governors meeting. Heiman said: i for the 1955 Study Mission group "After visiting Israel and seeing | at the Kind David hotel in Jeruwith my own eyes what miracles j .salem. Heiman heard Sharett cxthese men. women and children tend greetings on behalf of the have performed in an effort to. government and the people of I>survive — I feel that none of us, rael to the large group of promihere can merely stand by. I want, nent business executives and cornto join all of you here to help give munal leaders from the I'nitcd them added strength, confidence, Statestating: "We deep!) almire and hope—as well alife dollars. I the spirit of practical idealism and This is my job and your'selfless devotion which has "I will be happs to accept the prompted you to undertake this chairmanship ol the L9M I JA camlong and arduous journey in order because I know the history to sec with your own eyes the i: Israel and oi world Jewry dework thai is being 'lone with your Is on what we do m 1956 I magnificent help." will accept the job only ii The United Jewish Appeal, sponman. woman and child in Dade ton of the tour, supports broad county will >tand beside me at programs of resettlement, relief tinerucial time." an d rehabilitation in Israel, the Heiman haadvised that the Middle East and Europe. More campaign organization will get unthan half of the funds raised in der way quickly in view of the the Greater Miami area, through serious emergency which confronts its Combined Jewish Appeal, is allocated to L'JA. raeli officials, Heiman found the leaders to be "capable, well informed and determined in their desire to build %  homeland for themselves and for the thousands of oppressed Jews wherever they may be — and to continue to make progress in the development of the land and to maintain peaceful relations with their neighbors" However, they cannot l>e easily thrown into a panic by outside forces, Heiman said Heiman also conferred with Levi [Sshkol, Minister of Finance, and in Paris he attended an intrrna tional conference of the Jewish Agency where he heard Dr. Giora Josephthal, treasurer, and head of its absorption department, re-emphasi/e the danger which faces .lews m North Africa today. Over 70,000 in Morocco have registered to leave the country. It has been decided after many consultations to move 45.000 immigrants between October. 1955, .and September. 1956. According to Josephthal, the Moroccan Jew has little or no rights, is the constant victim of widespread attacks and faces the Pr,*. ^"^^ imminent danger of total impovor an 7S' f*"**. J economy and the prospect of even At ,, a 0 AfricJ T tual banning of immigration. |23 Russian^" %  VjJ At the Paris conference Heiman ,"'' %  th fir^S' also heard reports on the s c ndi tain cZJr* h *afl tion s of Jewish comm unities in Study^T *" ACE EMPLOYMENT aSvir!?" 1 Hotel Motel If olfl# ,, memt House Owners ... Wa art hart fo ,.„,, iM wifl> „ CMW|T| &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS PI110W CASES *BATHT0WEIS Drapes Curtains Bed Pads ,£, Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corpor 120 NX 9th Street Clesee' S.h.ry-Oe— Svieoy at rt*j Israel at this time He later indicated that in response to a call from Edward M M Warburg and William Rosenwald, of the United Jewish Appeal, he will attend an emergency meeting Nov. 18 in New York City, BPOBsored by IJA. The nation's top communal leaders have been asked to attend a conference for the purpose of crystallizing thought ana" action concerning Israel's critical situation. Israel wants peace with it> neighbors, but win not submit to pressure or force of any foreign power." said Heiman. Some 150 governors heard HeiConfcrring with other high Is•EStDE YOURftlF... vfth gj pett problem; WorWs lergeat sail tNSPfCTIOM UNcr^^Joi "SM Taw OMUM Mrtctort he OtkM oeki Nearest Tee" Mtmb.r el B ml B'rltfc J S. el. Freedman ami M. 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?J**ist fork/ton frith Drive w Members fast Start pouring in rroni the I-k-oft breakfast to obfeimember, for R'MJ "rf Greater Miami VL members were garL he house-to house camEe weekend. Leo Steinef-hiP coordinator tor office, announced Lc highlights of the t r campaign was the Eaunuel Dreyfus, a coo,(amn.i~ Captain Alfred [France featured in the issue ci Reader's Dij Talianoff. general if Greater Miami, laudforts of all the door-tours, jeported that a joint m x\'s and women's If? decided to hold a .dinner for Mayor Abe in the latter part of Deje to present him members in the j Class • Flans are Jormulated for this land their membership [participating in the kickV last Sunday were MiHodge. Irving Schatzman, [North Shore lodge, S. Tkley. chairman; Coral fee. Sol Rappaport, chair|em lodge. Harry S. Schlirman; the North Dade rtin Tucker, chairman; [lodge. Dr. Stanley Wallnan. Page' 3 A *? *wje J. Tafianoff %  off Elected [man of Local lal Corporat ion Jerome Greene (left), president of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith, presents owner Charles Bookbinder of Pumpernik's 67th with a citation for "outstanding service" to B'nai B'rith as lodge treasurer Jack Wilson looks on with approval. Nautilus S Nautilus ufootS-jtruaniia iwlll be transformed to resemble Hawaii on Thursday, Nov. 17, when the annual school carnival's "Aloha" theme prevails. Highlighting the carnival will be the Jimmy rippo show to be held Prepared for Hawaiian Fete The carnival is the only fund raising project for the school, and the money raised will be used to supplement the school needs. Mrs. Max Kern and Mrs. Barry Cameron are chairmen of the carnival. Mrs. Joseph Lipsky and Mrs. Louis Luin the cafetorium from 8 to 9 p.m. bin are co-chairmen. Concert Audience On Rise Here, Mrs. Volpe Says University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Wednesday revealed that some 4.300 persons attended the opening concert of the orchestra last week, with Mme. Jennie Tourel as soloist. Mrs. Marie Volpe. concert manager, said that "at least 2.094 persons crowded into the Miami Beach Auditorium for the Sunday evening performance" Figures indicate that 2,191 were in attendance Monday at Dade County Auditorium. "This represents an increase of 504 over last year's opening concert." she said, "and according to reports of attendance at other symphony orchestra concerts throughout the country, we can be very grateful for the continued growth of our own symphony attendance." Due to the continued demand for subscription tickets for the winter series, Mrs. Volpe explained that sales will continue up until the second concert, "Nov. 21 and 21. "There has been a percentage reduction in prices for the remaining performances." she said, "and they may be obtained at the UM Symphony Office." Tossy Spivakosky, internationally renowned violinist, will be guest soloist for the second concert of this series. Oneg Shabbat Services Open at Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Congregation Wednesday announced the opening of the Oneg Shabbat season Friday evening, No. 11. Theme of these late services will be "Torah Science." Each week Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, is scheduled to discuss a different aspect of Jewish philosophy relating to modern science. First lecture in the series is scheduled as "How to Master Faith." Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of 'the liturgy. The Greater Miami Committee cordially invites you to join in a h|flh annual meeting of s an( l directors of C.enM Corporation last week, Jahanolf, attorney and w. was elected chairman !" of directors | Gruber was reelected o f the Corporation. pws reelected were Louis iwcutive vice president; "•itrauss, treasurer. M C ,?, i,al ( "rporation, fi* 195 >>y the State of I" *of the largest comIjawmg corporations in EL*" 1 ,' nrea SpecialixJ*4 of accounts receivtWMing commercial ^ %  wporation has shown K\ iini1 Browt h in each So? > Gruber at the Fj annual meeting r*l.velecte,l members of Cft** are BerwH g* attorney. aml E i£ v aSMM nl l -"ted R he i^fPora ion ^MUM %  Si a a former -,'i' onda and ls a na""•wer of ADL. Dinner of State honoring WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th 1955 r 7:00 p.m. promptly FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Coovert: $7.50 per person Dietary Laws Observed Phone JE 1-5314 for Reservations or Greater Miami Committee 1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach HIS EXCELLENCY : Moshe Sharett PRIME MINISTER OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL DINNER COMMITTEE {In formation! SAMUEL FRIEDLAND, Chairman COL. JACOB ARVEY j. A. CANTOR DR. MORRIS GOODMAN LEON B. JACOBS ABRANAM MAILMAN STANLEY C. MYERS DAVID PHILLIPS SAM BLANK MRS. LOUIS GLASSER ISADORE HECHT SAMUEL KIPNIS BENJAMIN MEYERS MAX OROVITZ DAN B. RUSKIN CARL WEINKLE JACOB SHER, Chairman Greater Miami Committee A VERY LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS REMAIN-CALL TODAY %  •



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n J *. W ovnan s "WorU When Mm. JannU Taural was in town last we ek, she did more than appear as soloist with the CM Symphony Orchestra. The Hanry J. Nalsons arc Mmc. Tourel\ k>l time friends, and whenever she comes to Miami. they spend many happy hours with her. On Friday night, after her arrival, Ruth and T Mmc Tourel on a sight-seeing tour through "Motel dthen entertained the famous star at the Fontaineheau. \ fallowing day, Ruth took Mme. Tourel shopping along rd and friends saw the duo wind up for lunch at Darby's %  e t was rehearsal at the auditorium. A reception in iTourei'* honor followed at Lowe Gallery Saturday evening. L In Ruth reports, "there was more sightseeing and iSmes spent on the heach." World renowned soprano or not, iTevrel took in more shopping Monday on Lincoln rd. Ruth sadly: -Tuesday there was but time for lunch at J| and then on to the airport. Mm*. Tourtl has a sparkLonalitv and is truly a wonderful storyteller. Henry and I [about her performances in Edinburgh, command performi London and her tour through South America and Rhodesia summer in hehalf of the United Jewish Appeal." ^rdins t Larry Rosenberg, Westview Country Club opens [dinner dance Saturday, and many private parties are being I to make the evening a gay success. .*y Meyer, president of the club, has been ill, but he's now "the pink and will be present at the opening. rry reveals that WestvieWs currently planning for enterit of members of Beauclair Country Club of Jacksonville, %  coming here Nov. 26 for the football game and Westvii Finnual sold tourney Nov. 27. fce Jack Pritts have returned from a long European tour, i included Prance, Switzerland. Belgium, Italy and a visit to ck's I member of North Shore Post 677, JWV. At a recent he was made an honorary member and presented with a embership. lie Prim make their home at 401 92nd st., Surfaide. H e!y known jeweler. pattl big daj (his week for 12 year-old Toni Evans. She'the h'.er ol Gabriel Htatrer and daughter of Mrs. Ellis GimiNorth Shore dr., Normandy. Isle. |BM330 tors, all members of the American Institute %  tan, visited her home in a group to see a picture hanging %  ftroom. A -nnple pastel called "Coconuts," it was painted youngster and won first prize during National Art Week at m Beach showing. ni'i not only talented in painting and dancing. She's art dilaf Nautilus school's journalism class paper, an active Girl I ami good cook (tene oi winch is surprising to mother Maida. Apparently. |always been precocious. H Going I Comings: Back from their 16-day cruise of nbbean on Alcoa Lines' vessel "Corsair." are the Julius Jay iMtri, *ho took their first vacation in three years to tele llW recently-received law degree at the University ol kVhile off to .mend the 33rd semi annual convention ol the ta's Auxiliary, Florida Chiropody Association in St. P Maurice A. Kleiman. She's sccretary-tiea.-urer of the orp Jacob Raichicks, of SVV 17th st.. have returned from New phy. where they attended the marriage of daughter Beatrice • Schaum. Iflile the Schaums were honeymooning in Miami Beach, they ports of honor at a reception given by Mrs. David Brown and TM'S lister, Mrs. Bernard Leiter, at the Leiter home on SW Nhor of the novel, "Deep Six," which he recently wrote in N ton rd. home here (since sold), Martin Dibner, says he s not m to Miami Beach this season.. wllywood bought the book and Martin's going out there to do ;"*n treatment The Dibner family remains in their Maine Cy Gortfritds are due home after an exciting trip (o following several weeks on the continent, and a short hop to Africa, the Gottfried* boarded the SS Independence at Giro New York, where they remained several days before 1 ,he m tor trip home. "dancinR under the stars in the garden of the waterfront g S'ner on DiLido Island, when Marshall Walter Jtteption there recently for newlyweds l*abl and Jerome fciirST are back from their wedding trip after their Oct. F ij mi Beach" '^ former ,Mb#l tar **" of Wilmington, Del.. I rryi an attorney and president of Nore Shore Lodge, B'nai wrh?! l L l nc ,( n,an yh state vice president of the Florida t here "' Com WM and headed the 1955 Red Cross fund E*K VUA" ""' ( omil gs: De now from their European trip !" sojourn are architect Morris LepWus and his IU>^'*"' Ml Jamaica," has returned to that island after It. J^T ol s "o P s here. But bis father. I. A. Use, and Abe s ^^ n are remaining at the Columbus for another ten J^t^wiislb-IEJIfOipidlilaun Mrs. Sidney Gorchov, program chairman of National Council of Jewish Women's "Glamour Harvest Party." looks on at identical twins Patricia and Cynthia Korobin, who will model gowns and show ladies how to "dress up" and "Hress down" as the occasion demands ct Council's Wednesday function in the Algieij lictel. Glamour to nth Degree is Their Keynote Council of Jewish Women will have an opportunity to be glamorized to the nlh degree on Wednesday, Nov. 15. at the Algiers hotel. The only ticket of admission iI bundle of old but salable clothing for the Thrift Shop. Coffee will be served at 1:30 p.m. and then the "Harvest Party" will begin. Laura O'Banion, a former Mrs. Florida and well known beauty in fashion circles, will speak on new fashions, their manufacture and proper fitting. Doris Crane, of the local modeling agency, will comment on a fashion show of clothes to be shown by the Society of American Fashion Designers, Miami chapter. Miss Crane will lecture on correct posture, walking, make-up and proper accessorizing of basic costumes. Professional models from (he Doris Crane Model ing Agency will show the clothes, and a pair of (wins will wear identical basic dresses, one demonstrating how to "dress it up" by proper accessories, the other how to "dress it down." Purpose of the admission of a "parcel of clean salable clothing," of course, is to stock the Council Thrift Shop for (he coming season. A committee ol Thrift Shop workers will meet each woman at the door and place the parcels of clothing in waiting trucks, says Mrs. Marvin L. Sank, transportation chairman. Mrs. Sidney B. Gorchov, who is chairman in charge of program for the afternoon, says that an unusually large attendance is anticipated at the Algiers affair. Mrs. Jerry Lelchuk and Mrs. James Cohen are in charge of hostesses for the afternoon, and Mrs. Theodore R. Andrews is telephone committee chairman. Thrift Shop chairman is Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is section president of Council. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Lawrence Smilan. Mrs. William A. Weintraub. Miss Harriet Stcrnfeld, Mrs. Ray Wolfe. Mrs. Lionel W. Carpel. Mis. Fred Meyer, Mrs. Sam M." Routcnberg, Mrs. Rose B. Berg, Mrs. A. Goldsmith and Mrs. Charles S. Fisher. Magnolias and Mint Julep Invade West Miami Center Magnolias and min( julep are in (he air for Sisterhood of the West Miami Jewish Center. They will KJ Yiddish minslrel show at the Center Saturday skeptical at first, but then Mrs. Golden thought it stTt Mrs. Goldberg explains." Apparently Mrs. Max Rubin 605 SW 68th ave.. came up wi(h the suggestion Uirtthe Yiddish motif be added. "We were and Sunday evenings. Nov. 12 and 13. Entitled "Sha Sha der Rebel Geht." the showJain wo as Written and directed by Mrs Elwood Goldberg 6101 SW 16th tOT., and Mrs. Arthur Golden, 6131 SW 16th (er. Proceeds of the affair are to fulfill Sisterhoods pledge to West Miami Jewish Center for (heir share „, supporting (he religious schools expansion program. We had a vague idea abou( a minstrel show and might be a good idea io combine both into a Yiddish minstrel." • Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Golden started writing the script some two months ago, and when it finally goes on the boards Saturday evening, it will represent the combined efforts of at least 40 West Miami Jewish Center members. Assistant producers are Mrs. Sidney Pascal, 6470 SW 27th st., and Mrs. Harold Saxc, 155 NW 32nd ct. Accompanist is Taavo Virkhaus, of West Miami Junior High School. The humorous Southern farce is about a Jewish couple at the outbreak of the War Between the Sta(es. Moishe Kapoyer is a hen-pecked husband, whose wife, in addition to being a shrew, suffers from high blood pressure. "The rest, we refuse to divulge," Mrs. Goldberg laughs. "The show will tell all." Cast of "Sha Sha der Rebel Geht" is composed of the Mesdames Max Rubin. Fred Rohrlich, Al Weissman, Harvey Sootin, Nat Keusch. Morris Grecnstein Continued on Page 5 B



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>rn Section JWB *o Mark fljTth Anniversary at Convention P ~r\ of the estabWelfarfc Board, will illustrate the ''Tthe Southern Section growth of Jewish community cenP-. „ I Itwi-h Welfare ters in the South, when he delivl^celebrated when del jers the major address of the con+Je*lst,ncr**m*) Page 9 A „ a rc i r v of the estabWelfare Board, will illustrate the .her il Je\u-h •lebrated ; ,ni Jev tlu eleven Southern Better Jewish Communin he Southern Section growth of Jewish community certs' r'" resenting Jewish comference, "Working Together for a -I. ..•on Sol tnvene the an nual Section, Heading the Greater Miami dele nee '" |to 20. Edison Knoxville, Tenn., gation will be Leon Kaplan, VKP 'president of Jewish (enter division of St. Louis, past and program chairman of the conLeon B. Jacobs, I. L. Mintzer, Harry Sirkin, Daniel B. Ruskin and Samuel Friedlcnd shown employing a new fund raising technique by the Greater Miami chapter of the Guardians of Israel aboard the Israeli freighter 8.8. Tappuz kut week. They are makinq £ hip-to-shore telephone calls from "a part of Irael" as Isadore Hecht, a 1955 Trustee of Iera-1. looks on. Ruskin was host a! the cocktail porty aboard the Tappuz. the National Jewish ference. Also participating as representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be Mr. Milton Sirkin, president of j GMJCC; Bernard Weksler. vice: president of GMJCC; Stuart Winston, chairman of Town Branch Planning Council; Sam Seitlin, chairman of the Section health and physical education committee; and Efraim H. Gale, executive director. Work of the conference will be carried out through a series of j workshops on various phases of training to our children, in con-| s a 'd. and "should continue as they I ing in a free society. This implies ;Erw^crr„r'^^^^ —• *— •< High on the convention agenda ''S' on are the responsibility of to lcacn pupils that acceptance of the public schools to teach reMajor Jewish Organizations Oppose Religion in the Schools Continued from Page 1 A among their pupils, the statement contribute toward harmonious livUon taphn David rs Courses Onyreeation mauits institute of Adult Jewries on Wednesday evening, [ Institute will he under the of Rabbi Vaakov G. *rg. spiritual leader, and and respect of such differences are i ligious doctrines or to teach about jor national givuv work agency in NCW CXT6nSS0n the U.S. If is the parent associa tion of Jewish community centers and the government accredited agency for serving the morale*welfare and religious needs of Jewish men and women in the Armed Forces and in-veteran's hospitals. the following courses: JThe Southern Section is one of; % !" !" ^ n £££ Nov~I %  Hebrew. The Prayer eight through which the JWB Birds-Eye View of Jewish serves Jewish community centers Programs Begin On North Shore .The Lili' Cycle of the Jew, Me ar.d The Jewish Way lition to the j^Ubhi, thej jig will serve as instructors' ^Institute: Isadore Dickman. onal director et Beth DavGadon. senior Hebrew at at Beth David; Louis and YM and YWHA's Frist Hits Issues In Final Push Newest extension program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community in the North Shore area of Miami Beach. will be consideration of the ways nome synagogue and church, and of strengthening the objectives of not of tnc Public school." The local Jewish community centers in basic lawof ,he United States, the baslc t0 American democracy and religious doctrines. order to meet present day prob-|" aifirnia, on continued, "puts re-|" lems and to make the center proli6 on <)Ulside the jurisdiction of gram a more effective instrument ,he state Anv impairment of that for satisfying the needs of Jewish P rmci P'e threatens religious libindividuals and groups. The deleerty and brin 8 o^ !" basic freegates will also seek ways of increasj d oms mto Jeopardy." ing center activities in behalf of; The public schools must rccogthe expanded Armed Services pronize the realities of religious difgram and help shape national JWB ferences in the community and policies. Jewish Welfare Board is the ma' %  As a result of pressures from large numbers of families served by the Center's Beach Branch during the summer day camp program, a meeting was called at the end of the day camp season in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Malvin EngWith the election only, a few days lander to f x P' or the eeds / mi Ur Joseph Huroaway Donald F. Frost this *eek hese P aren s Following the meeti M ., m .. *• ; J *T. .. i n niiAclinnniirn u-w cunt nut i cf Miami (btration will take place on day between 7:30 and 8:15 m6er of the faculty, Uni-|said he would never use a (Kiblic office for public gain. The young attorney and member of B'nai B'rith is a candidate for city commission in group 2. Frost said the two main Mints in his platform is the alleviating "the detforable traffic situaing. a questionnaire was sent out to Center members on the North Shore. Another follow-up meeting was recently held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tobin. at which time plans were made for the setting up of the first two groups in "Foil Hop" Held M "Fa!; Hop" which is pred by th Young Adult : of the Greater Miami Jewsands of dollars worth of business as meeting places for these groups, of ,.: U^FIUT-U,,: .-.,.w %  -' t hi program A number of parents tion which is costing Miami thounave already offered their homes nmunity l enter was held at hrfcomber hotel on Sunday i Nov. 6, it v. as announced 9 Rothbarci. president of Working on the dance were Don tazare, Sam toff, Gloria Jenkins, Dave Fred Goldenblan, Lea dy Rohinsky and Bernard "GAGE INVESTORS lOWtWC FOR A SAFI 10% •ON ROOFING AND KT METAl WORKS £fti,* VI Ph HI A-SIAO 1 Mv. %  r B*iree) now; you %  wn. ory Work >y Mr.e.icen Men'' annually." Frost also contended that "Miami needs $ new city dock, which and other community facilities are also considered. First two groups will be a six-towill greatly increase our shipping seven-year-old boys' group and revenue, and 1 pledge to work toward that end." Silver Elected To School Board Sam I. Silver, Robert C. MacDonell and Robert F. Riley were elected as school trustees Tuesday. Unofficial returns put McDonell. an incumbent from District 4, at the top of the list with 3.156 votes. Riley, another incumbent from District 3, came in second with 2.527 tallies. Judge Silver. District 1, polled 2.310 votes. Only 8.983 persons turned out for the election out of a total of 199,872 voterwTakleCo. .£.Y-\ AVE MIAMI JT. LAL 3ERA1 E pSS? APP -IANC1$ "0* C0AST.TOC4$rLONG-OISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS iw TaHr. Maw Jtrsay, P''aMpkim. BaHlwaM, WaihiaftaHAUNMV, iMtaa, ProvMawc* all albar pmii. DIAL JE 8 8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. UEBERMAN I SONS 6$S COLLINS AVI six-to-severi-year-old girls' group, which will have a varied program of play activities. Mountain Valley Water Co. Wate is Recommended for... THE KIDNEYS If you are bothered with yeur kidneys and this is dat o reduced kidney function cooled by sack common causes as improper dirt, "offer 40 slow do*n" or over-exertion, this natural minral woter from Hot Springs, Arkansas, may help to: 1. Stimulate the Kidneys. 2. Nsutralize excess uric acidity. 3. Discharge wastes. PUT MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER TO THE TEST O Delicious Tailing O ot a Laxative O A Wonderful Table Water GOOD AOVICE: Your .ymptome may be organically caused so see your physician it they persist. CAIL 3-2484 301 S.W. 8 St., Miami, Fla. Why Mountain Valley FROM FAMOUS HOT SPRINGS HEALTH SPA DEAL WITH MEMBERS OF THE Dade County Kosher Butchers' Guild and receive the personal attention to which you are entitled and that ONLY THE INDEPENDENT BUTCHER can give you .. OUR MEMBERS CATER TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL TASTE IN SUPPLYING YOUR FAMILY WITH THE BEST OF KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY Deal with your NEIGHBORHOOD INDEPENDENT KOSHER BUTCHER where your patronage is personally appreciated and where every attention is paid to your orders The Following are Members oi the DADE COUNTY KOSHER BUTCHERS' GUILD STRICT KASHRUTH GUARANTEID-SPICIAt VALUES IN EVERY SHOP) ADLERS KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phono JE 1-0343 COMMUNITY KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 451 • 41st STREET, MIAMI 8EACH — Phone JE 1-7691 CORAL WAY KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1741 CORAL WAY. MIAMI — Phone 83-1383 CROWN KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1122 15th STREET, MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-OS14 DADE KOSHER MARKET 158' N.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI — Phone 3-1430 DREXEL KOSHER MEAT MARKET 1447 DREXEL AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 4-2929 FELDMAN'S KOSHER MEATS 691 N.E. 125th STREET. NORTH MIAMI — Phone 84-4176 FENSTER'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET SULLIVAN COUNTY CUT RATE 618 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-6145 HARRY'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 243 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-7368 HERMAN'S KOSHER MEATS 1053 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phono JE 1-9808 JACK'S TROPICAL KOSHER FOOD MARKET 1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI-BEACH — Phone JE 1-1287 SOL KAHLENBERG'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 806 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 8-4577 KAPLAN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 621 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 8-4148 LAPOF'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1112 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone UN 6-5223 HARRY MERMELSTEIN'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1819 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI Phone 82-5996 MIDTOWN KOSHER MARKET 423 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 11396 MOGEN DAVID KOSHER MEAT 6, POULTRY MARKET 1983 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI — Phone 3-4218 OCEANSIDE KOSHER MEATS 7451 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-2955 SAM'S PENNWAY KOSHER MEAT MARKET 1447 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-7060 RUBINDALE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 2117 CORAL WAY, MIAMI Phone HI 8-4766 S & M KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 810 S.W. 22nd AVENUE. MIAMI — Phone 83-7748 SOL'S NORTH SHORE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 7446 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-6226 TRACHTENBERG'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 1323 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 4-2919 WASHINGTON AVENUE MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1051 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH ZION FOOD CENTER 1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-6821 Phone JE 1-3418



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Page 10 B +JeHf> FkrkMan IP Win SCHWARTZ — Armistice Day 1918 Was a Long Time A l>.,\ is hast around th, i i was thinking back to the first .'inn-lice daj 1 was bu J then aaving my country at a typewriter .it Camp division head • :. iv Meade, Md D Annisiiir Da) lulu t came whan it did. I gueaa I would have gone overdo:!So Armistice Day meant I WOUldnl have the trip at Kovrrn rmnt ezpanaa. Stiil 1 was willing re up the trip for my counlr\ '| sake How much do you remember about the Brat World War that is. it you were around at the lime Prom a Jewish standpoint. there was Sir John Monash. the commander in chiel of the Australian forcet Juliui Roaenwald in important figure among the dollar i i ear man Thi k to the fir>t ArmDav. I also recall Qr0a THE EYE. By Harvey Shapiro. New Poetry Series, No. Denver: Alan Swallow. If. By HILARY MINDLIN HARVEY SHAPIRO, a younf and extremely competent poet, has appeared in the Cornell Review Epoch, Hopkins Review, Poetry: A Magazine of Ver-o. Tomorrow, and other magazinea The collection published by Alan Swallow offers the reader a chance to try tin DOOmi on lor size, as it were, in their MVOral moodl anil thrills By no means a •Jewish poet." Mr Shapiro is. to my mind, never theless at his best when lie permits his heritage to blur a little with warmth the quick, clear ihapea "! hit poetry 1 Wi| ^ delighted to ate reprinted a poem whieh I had earefully clipped from a fairly recent "Commentary," to read and crj over late at night it li called "Death of a Grandmother," and I with 1 had -i to give it to > u whole. This much, howevi r \! \\ tiling V : %  • : : I %  iweel I ngdom do tin old Jews go?" the i>'" 1 ask-, and. In Imost i i • bitter, fast, retful ,'( ol blood for blood, ends: • it • • • • • ONE OF Mr Shapiro's most interesting themes, and one which n in this volume, i the poet'a own concern with himself ith the making Of poem and the Itufl the) are made on. As Dylan Thomas wrote, in m> craft and sullen art Exercised in the still I labour b) singing light to Mr Shapiro, after noting method, who Mad it all m memory" and thus could cry "O Paradiso! I am true." concludes i make what images I can. Staring into that dark wood Again, in Another Old Song," he a-serts his Independence from established bondage "The iwani upon their lake ol glass And all that symbolist furniture Begin to fade It is the right to select his own personal goodl which he maintains, and to fashion out of privacy %  a public word Ranging widely and freely, the poet yet stands off from himself, intricately observing. What have I learned of word or line?'* 1 \M'H .% W \ S'aW r, r, the man) eyes la his poems servant and master to — a conscious vision, controlling and attending his measured, precise growth A longer, four part poem. Battle Report." has a fierce unity. ing in a succession of frozen moments which dart out. rush in a mad pace an instants time, and then fall like meteors to take their place in the background of the poem Let it IKnoted that Mr Shapiro. supposed to be writing in what is called the modern idiom." has much of the precision of, say. some of the earlier Auden poems, and! book -'"" r '" r tR ey know that not a little oi Thomas' rich fury. He has alao a great deal which is his corlam publications, particularly mvn a tempi rpneaa of language, a feeling for the hushed ending Br ,i>n ; l(l American, are sold i i a poem Shall We M) he ii a fine craftsman and let it go at th. — j out I fa* boors after thev hit U __ the stues Word will spread Agron. recently elected Mayor of Jerusalem He had gone off t,, join the Jewish Legion and after that, had settled in Jerusalem, establishing what is today known as the Jerusalem Post. One da) some years later, I was in Jeni salem. when a New York newspaperman—not of the Jewish faith— blew into the Holy City and came up to see Agron. "Don't you miss New York''" he asked Agron. "Yes. I do," replied Agron. "but what shall I do, go to New York and sigh for Jerusalem or stay in Jerusalem and sigh for New York?" Agron could never have dreamed of being Mayor of-Jerusalem then The first World War did give Jerusalem something of a Jewish aspect, since it brought about the Balfour Declaration, hut most of the Jews at the time seemed, unlike Agron. to prefer 1 ? %  Warsa and sioh „. ** '"il '. %  fa* f or Jemm, •lea 1 arsa and H* f 'Warsaw and J !" !' ns kv *as sound"",! ,h :" >•• shouldn't^}! a,n '" Set you/ bnght. The clouds." w "'ld pass by In Ruia. a revolt jwnt at the Keren*! ino Now York Tini number of leading y effect that no* 1 of Czarist the Jews had given n,, ''"> "if Problem ofV ism was solved Son*, h leaders went ca j diet that many thousand Russia would nnr> th it country. Hitler was far off i MMN Gl r TTER!HAS — Frank Diary to ho Lf m Tho motion picture version of "The Diary of Anne Frank" rove a hit play on Roadway, ii>'-:n-; considered by its director Carson Kanin. If he decides to translate the play into a movie. Kanin wants to make the film on location in Amsterdam and utilize the same case as in the Broad way production, which iLeaded by Joseph Schildkraut and Susan Strasberg. M G M and Paramount are showing a great interest in the play, which opened in New York several weeks ago and collected magnificent reviews from the Israelis are Great Readers Many I-raclis have made it a practice t>. ipand at least a few minutes a day in their favorite \ATi3AX ZBI'RIX — Yiddish Art Theater Fakes Stop Backward rte Yiddish Art Theatn \ rk under the aegi of Maurta Schv irti .planning a revh | e r' Thi Brothers vi, current pi; rhe shepherd King" leaves the boards n £ %  '"' old success* l.in V 1 m ""' awup n il intent oi doing only new scripts it is r,d wholl) unv i indictment tatus ol Jewish lettei well ... lo .mine of the yer> purpose for which the Yiddish Art Theatre waa recently reorgan1 i Tn i at knowledge of that Held, hut n i simply incredible that the field is to barren ol new script in fact ,; thii irer) moment l have recollections ol a number of irtistic works that are aa ii made-to-order for the better M:,L '" : >them prize-winning Good Morning. Aleph." bj Menh Katz, a tale ol our time and our eternit) it you want to aee Israel without aetuaU than ,,. ,, Hill 24 Doesn I Answer when it gets around youi waj or even it you a to travel miles to an adjacent city to aee it The first film pro c< ed and produced m neatiret) in Israel, the rtorj revolvea about an '' Hn American and two sabraa who .ire deU led to hold a hill on the Tel Aviv Jerusalem road a fen days before the Arab Israel truce In July ol 1r in Israel pounds. ThOBt knoum Russian got plenty of very cheap. Russian reading matter—the let Embassy has been bringing in books and paper galore at thro.' away prices But lots of US don't read Russian. Then we just had no bookWith envy we read the book re rlOWl in the few American papers that were permitted to get in. and sometimes friends overseas would send us a new publication The foreign exchange allocated for the importation ol reading material from abroad was infinitesimal, and students had a tough time locating textbooks. A few months after the agree ment was signed, things changed The empty shelves in the book stores filled up rapidly, and were emptied just as rapidly, as peo pic snatched the books away Since then, orders placed with American publishers have run to more than $11,000,000. and about half of that amount have actual ly been received in the country Israelis, say the statistics, have received more American books than any other soft currency country which has a similar agreement with the U.S. Govern •ell M Iroal Mir. The play i> about i| lab Dutch girl nai, Frank, who for mart) years hid out from the! a -mall loft il her family and sowi play is bated on adiajj which wai recently this country. Cri'ics a warm, human I that was theatre at its I erful best. Joseph portrays the gentle, dig sensitive father. Susan! portrays the young and | girl who is confused ened. yet hopeful and i • • • Eddie Cantor and his I in New York last week I first time in a year aad| during which period warned by doctors It down" because of his i attack While in Net huddled with the NBC and CBS. Eddie ia poli-hmgtej which Simon and publish next sprinti %  ought up with Janet fjol five i spring one any day" I \vorkBfj selling hia new qua | !,.-whichBl I HILL m Leonard, At] Were Top fl I Leonard and AJ among the fif*r d to boxingsi "' I „rt\ Their portrait.w"J those unveiled J" <" ,ne W a?a the .Tcninriu'" I Hail of Fine. Leonard.* ho died*! ceived iW votes in t grlhe modern dnsjM named along *'J £" Gene Tunny and M^ Benny Leonard. J one Of the rial '*J the ligbtweigai chj 19,7 ile T Z S-i pian when he n > J A.tell. "nee a W f.gh.er. was aniont lected. Barney Ross > lender in the %  *• received 74 votes. teams



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r^AUNOTlCB J r uNorR;;cT.T.ous '^.^^IIVKN that I Kw! f .1 %  M BV PUBLICATION KforiliT COURT OF THE %  •tuV.'R '" "" ui FOR DIVORCE IU>VKK I Ida fl r,U % %  .nil I a Bin I f i. i \ rjplalnl HENRY St Ml. I n tadini V f "'" r,,,, ,.f NOVI mbl r. I 1 j,-..u for the CM IS >!, % %  tjui -f '' % %  '"I. ,n i„published nre tlva w.'ks fcWISfl KLORIDIAN. r,Mi ORDKREM al Mmml. %'. |4th toner, A.D. y, |V l.KATIIF.R.MAN. Clerk, Clrouli '' mt>. Kloi I'll (UN i-ol UNoYER I Deputy Clerk hi CAIX Klwler .-: eel M ami, Fla. !TT LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVInDlCIAL CIRCUIT. DADE |. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY BOTH, I I k'. ROTH %  %  %  'I •"-' \ -i ork, anfcnsh.' pleadings to Cli 11 attorney, L; nln Road, tick, I' %  nplalnl %  %  •N, Clerk \ JR., D j i 111 CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [IS HEREBY C1IVI:N that kn-l. IHA'T Ik' (GRAHAM at I IN i-:. i nh .i Id n i mo i ''ink of i ill Court RPATRICK 'IRAMAX, INC. 1117. ARON'iVITZ PEN' • for Appll •r. l-ll i CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN "V. No ,8432* y> i i INK .in.i KINK, Plalntlffa, JI.MN'i;, I ill. Mefen.l.ints [ICE OF PUBLICATION F1RLDING, addreaa un. and If marrli d, hi* un—. if living, and If P. all unkiM.Kii heirs, d>\ JKWg. P", fi.i Alton <>r parti,-, [., m i ng l.\ UH''| in-i Hi,. |*-f-adaii!. hn M..i known %  i all other Ii:i\L • title, ^ or int.; ,| ,,, ,|„. -iir n Dad* %  %  Florida %  I.,.I is, OK ft M Mil I\ S Sl'll, iii the Pint Booh I, Recorda i,,'.' 'da, I ."TIMED above i .ii filed I, th( entitled %  Ired to L. to iho miffs' at1612-iaii iJ""" 1 'Florida, [ Office .,f • or, or hrm S,,VI i tober, LEATHI i:\i.\N. *> ix KINO ttlf ,CT,T 'us >v ,7 ME LAW N ig.. In tend. B". I:.. Mil... L "aid 1 ..cult fc'j^nt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVKN that Mi. undersigned, rl. -n ing %  bualneaa nn.l. i the fictitious name .if THE KEN-ART STUDIOS al i: i.i. Ml mil Reach, Intend to reglgtc'i %  Id i:iin,. iih the lei k of 1 1 court o, .,., ,1 I, IK-K ,£P r UH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREI1Y m\ i:\ Hi. underalgned, d< business I.II.I. iil, PRl IVIDENT •< INSTRI'CTI' >N ,, • .II .if lit' iVll ENT II" Mk' IM PROVBMENT.. Intcnda I name nii the Clei k • tl ml ( 'mi: 1 .if I i Ii |,|., PROVIDENT HllMK l.Ml'Hi (VEMENT ( i. Ull.l-IAM lt|{i.T\\, | HERMAN BRET AN Attorney f..r Appll. : w • i PlacVBr St. ii II-IN -•:. ix/t LEGAL NOTICE Page 11 B NOTICE KMC-P ^"-TITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is iii.Ki.i.^ GIVEN thai •ii. inderslcned rival' II buaincHs under the fi'tm. PROVtDEM l:i II.in. K.,.f IMICVMUKNT HOMR IMPROVEMENT CO., Intend! to register aald name wun toe Uiark ..f ti,, : drcull Court of Dnde Countv, nnrl PROVIDENT HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Wll.i IA.M BRETAN, I'I.S HERMAN BRETAN Attorney for AppHcanl 72 \Vet Klagler St. n/u-ii-n ii a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB is HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. uM.iirMnii.il. desiring i" engage in biipin.-sv under the flclitioii.name of POP'S IN, at 111 N.E. J'.tli SH.-.I. Miami, 1 lorida. intend to regl-t.i aald name with the Clerk <>f th.circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida vv.M R DAVIS KB MA T DAVIS HENRY M CAIN Attorne) f"i Applli KI.IKI.I HI Miami, Florida ll/ll-IS-L'.. Il/| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the uii.I. TMKU>' CICCARIKU.U .-A CHIC -\I.KI-I.1 hll .. Avenue, Onurlo. ralif. I, Jorf.N CIC( ; ARIElll't known ai JOHN CHlCARPlli ';V T -' "' • ">• PARADISE A, K ; •' '" Hi. plat : in ri.it Bo ••" %  i.l the Pul "i Dade < ounty. Florida, %  -I yo i are -'1 to aen-e a i ip ol i oui \n awer or Pleadli BUI of i !'L'-',','i'. .','-" I 1 'E ta,n,,,f '' Attorney, ; %  .'•.".:' %  %  < HKRTKOK, 07 Olympta Building, Miami I! and file the original Anawer or Pleading in "" %  "''"> % %  of the Clerk ..f the Circuit •"Nit .,ii ,, r l„-f,„-,. n„. isii, r|., s ,, f N l i •" ,, % %  1855. If you f:. 11 In do BO judgment by default will be taken against >.,, for the relief demanded in tne Bill ..f Complaint. This Notiee shall be |i iliWlir.l one.ea. h week for four (-..nseuulive weeks in THE JEW ISII KI.tll>TAM DONE and ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this iMh .lav of "etoijet, A D 1958. ^ B. B I.I-ATMNRMAN. • 111 ik. Circuit Col Pa.i. County, Florida B] \YM \v STOCKING. -II i ..iii i Si Deputl Cl.-rk GEORGECHERTKOP for Plaintiff S07-610 Olympia Building Miami 32, Florida 1" -I -L'S — 11/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB is HFJREHY GIVF:.N Hie uinli rslKne I. "I. bualneaa under the flctitlou Al. S HAH, at L'll'i N W Kth St.. intends t,, reglatei aald name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court ,.f Dade i 'ounty, I lorida. AIA'IN ci.INi:, Sole Owner KI ISSUER & OAHR Attorneya for Applicant I7M \V F'lagler St. Il/ll-lt-tt U/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In buMlncsa under the fictitious name "I MI-KY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at J.ltl B.W. 17th St.. Intend to,reglatar aald name with the Clerk ,.f Hie Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SIDNEY ORBEVMTEIN WII.BCR A. HEINE MORTON M. BaUUkX Attorney for Applicauta not Hls.ayne Bldg. 11/I1-1S-25 — 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the flctitioua name -i MAi'Kool.S CLEANERS A DYERS. al I4M gVW. ITth Ave intends to reglatar Bald name with Hi.Clerk "f Hi. circuit Court 'if Dad. n.ai.la LvTI'l.ol" MACKOOL, ROBERT M DEEHD Attorne) for Applicant %  .I., beyboM Bldg: 11/11-18-25 — 12,2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN Hie undersigned, deali Ing %  business under the flctitioua name of MIAMI DANCE CENTER. I S.W Mh sti.et. Miami, Intends t said name with the Clerk "f the I Ii cult Courl of Pad.County, Florida. MAIt\ KY DEE STANLEY RICHARD \ti. II t i. \ fei Applicant ..in...In I. N/4-ll-ll IN COUNfv JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA Ne. 30122-A RE: ESTATE I •! SAII, MINSK"'KC. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE. APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE \i iTU'i: la i %  en that I have filed iu> final report and illtlon ror Final nis-i.ai. Hi.. -AIM. MINSK"! I and thai >"i the ith %  will ai'P'! T ,n '' H,,n • i.ii.I.Count) ludg. %  ount), Florida, fin approval of aald final re.iii.t f..i final <"• A?" ininlMi-ai f the Batata ol AI i. MINSK"!-'.. ,1 This 27th dai of Ocl EMANUKI. S MINSK"! i:s. HEIMAN A. KAPLAN Vtti.ineis f.-i 11 111 INOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 'FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 183996 i.n'M.u: KALPHAT, Plaintiff, HENRY MICHAEL K.W.I'll \T. I lefendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE M:I MICH u:i. K M.CIIAT, 87 Old Hope Road. I.'.TUanea, IV MAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES You, the .-aid HENRY MICH VEL K M I'HAT, aihi that a i :MI .if Complaint f.-t I 'ivorce haa filed against you, and you are required t" serve %  cop) of your An%  : Pleading to 'lie Bill of Complaint "ii the plaintiffs Attorney, PHI1.UP c BNGBDBBRG, 304 R BMg., :'" S.E. trd Avenue, Miami 82, Ploi lila, is v. and file the orii Anawer or Pleading In the office "t ihe Clerk ..f the CTreull Court on or before the list day of November, I95S If vim fail to do so. Judgment b) default win ii.taken agalnal you for tinrelief demanded in the Bill ol i 'nmplalnt. 'iii inot i. • %  shall be published once cadi we.k for four consecutive weeka In TDK JEWISH l'M-HIIHAN DONE AND l IRDERED al Miami. Florida, thia i"th .lay of October, A.D. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Made County, Florida B) I. 8NEEDEN, ill Court Seali Deput) Clerk PH1I.DIP G ENOEL.BERG, Attorney for Plalntlfl II i Rop. i Building, 80 B B. Srd Av Miami St, I'i" Ida ii, 21-28 lli-ii LEGAL NOTICE a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS WEREin CM the undesigned, desiring i maa under the flctltli u Ttll Coral v^ Intends t* register said name arlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Fioii.ia NI8WON H I'KARI. 11/4-11-11-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ml ITICB IS HEREBY '"IVKN that th. underaigni d, di bualneaa under the fictitious name ol r it BAR, ;it '•"'• N W Ith Av. ., Mltrlg Intendi I name • t* the Clark of the i in-uit ,,, |... i, rounty, norida. HA Ml "EL FXXlEti "•'' KESSDER %  QAR8 v-,., m %  %  ^1 I72 w. Flagler Street 10 88 'n -i5. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \..riii' is HEREBY GIVEN the %  ,-l.ri: TWENTY-THREE I Collli %  i Clerk of ounty, Klu K vYM LUB CORP. MONROE DIXON An,. i -.\|..,!i, ant '1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 5*W nth Vvenue, M ,„i name will ,-' P.l.le | MARY C NEW rON CCRTISS H ^^V.'IM'V JOHNSON, I.i : 11 c n \,.ri. i' IS HEREBY GIA EN that re In f ,„, circuit Court of m£5$A* N AVBRY ELEANOR M IVERY %  NEBU Kl>-I ER VM' U ARI „ ApiUleanta aglet St. 10/18 U/T-1I-II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ._, NAME LAW %  R IS HEREBY GIVEN thai A EQi IPMENT SALES, al -.Hi Vvenui intend ne, llttli II,. ,'|e L lit of I'.l.le I lu r v I'A'l KI'K .,.. Vil 'AM -MAN P V.vnii, C E.iulpm. n i '"' I' % %  • HJ ne B illdlug II :-il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE i~ HEREBY GIVEN thai "l" 1 flctitlou i f pr.NCAN MOTORS COMPANY (not lei II i name with the Clerk of the i urt of rtj. i'i--i Id %  HARRl SOROSKY ELRY STONE EUaEN n I ",n, .in Mo ol | I 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai t" iderslgned, dealrlng to engage in nd. the rid Itlous nan i ri I l.'Hill'A SALES CO., at I N E .'.'th Street, Intend to name with the Clerk "i the Circuit ''nun of Made County, Florida U'll.l.l \M KRl H.ANM i.AllKY SCHLOSBERG il 4-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN il • %  I. .signed, dealt Ing to engrai bualneaa i ndei the fictitious nanv CLUB SEVENTY I .0), ;.i 8874 C A'.-, Intends to register' said i IVlthggJIc Jlelll of tbe.|JKU'CUt' Col IT!'" Coral Waj 11 l-ll-is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' iTICE IS lli:isi:i: V aiVKN I the undersigned, desiring to i i buslneai under the flctltloUk n t CLL'B IFTEEN I It) .n 14-IT Collins Ave., Intendi t.. reglatei said with the Clerk of the llrcult i 'ouri i I l wde '"inn \, Florida K.\> EM CORP. MONROE DIXON Attoi ne) for Applli ant oral Win 10/28 ii l-H-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In bualnea undei the flctltloo* name of VILLAGE T \\'EBN. at 1801 N \V 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register s.ii.i nan,.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made County, i %  da. GEORGE P. MINMY HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicant 2520 West FTagter St., Miami. Florida m 21-28 II -ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKUEMY GIVEN tli.it the underslg n< d, di engage In bualnea under tinfictitious name ol KIRK JEWELERS, at :'6 N.E. 1st Avi Miami, I7la., Intenda to regl ter .-.lid name with iii• %  Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mad.County, Florida. KIRK JEWELERS, INC. SHAPIRl' & I'liiEM. Attorni Attorne) for Appll. 4:'" Lincoln Road 10 21 28 II l-ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 36449A In Re E8T VTE 'P SAi: \ JAMRi >/.. Dei eaa. -I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i'; ,'liiors and All IVrsons Having Claims or Demanda Against Bald ite: You. and each of you, are bereb) noiifi.,1 gnd required to present an> .leu:and demanda which yon, or of you, ma) have a::.Must the estate of SARA JAMRi >'/.. d lai Dade County, Florida, i" the lion \\ '..••. BLANTON and FRANK DOWLING, County. Judgea "f Made County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, Said claims or demands to contain the legal addreaa >f the claimant and to i>e sworn to presented aa aforesaid, or same be barred. See Section 120 of the I'i oliate Act, 1 late 1,-tolier 11. A M 195.*.. FRANCIS J JAMROZ As Administrator of Ihe Estate of SARA J. JAMROZ. Me, GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorne) for Administrator (07 Oiympla Building. Miami 82, n.i in 2i-la — M.4-11 and will 1833 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36506A In Re; ESTATE i IF J< .SEPH III' rNBR, 1'.-. i-is.d NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ail Creditei a an I AH I %  %  i,i^. -|, ., r>i i'II. ..mis Agalnal Bald E ''' .i You, a %  I %  %  notified and r< quit ed to an) rlalms -'^^ demanda winch you, or either "i you, ma) have agalnal tne of JOSEPH IM'TNFi:. d< • Dade County, Florida, w the il moral %  "ounty Ju.ig.-s of I County, and file the same In th< Co int) Courthou* -, .iin t Florida, within • ai, niar months from the • First publication hen <• Said cjarrna tain the I. -.i of the claimant and ". be aworn |p, -•d as afol „ i| s.,Section the 194 P %  ,, 17. A.D M". HERBERT H HI rNBR MILTON in 'I'M-1: UI:RNARD IM TNER Kl L.V1A MEHLER \, Exe. itora of the East u ill and lOShlPH HCTNER, Dece iaed HI I-!. RT II HCTNER \ Miami Beai b, t la. f, i Bernard M ins olymifla BMg Miami 1! I 11 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUN I V, FLOniUA No. 32725-B RE ESTATE OP HARRY M. Rl iSKNTIIAI.. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Ni ITU 'B is hereby given that i h filed ni> final report and petition i %  Final Discharge aa Administratrix of Hi. ,-t.it.ol MARRY M ROSBN'I'IIAI.. deceased; and that on 85th day ol November, IB55, I will appl) to the Honorable CRANK B. DOWLING, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of final report and for final diaa i as Administratrix of the Estate of MARRY M ROSBNTHAL, deceaae This 24th day of October, 1985. RUTH '" M.l >N \l.:> PALLOTT, SILVER ti Mll.l.oY Attorneya for Administratrix I Ongreaa Bldg Miami, Fla. 10/28 II i-ii-is iMMKeob ejuojniui '•tfio Aum JO '*/ui oi JSMSUO eui tot ^s>uDjniui A(i|iqoi| O|iqoujoino jnoA Aq pajAO> ni| <| JB'J p8iM0M0q 6 SdAijp uos jno^ Arthur M. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street 8*pr M *>iJia IHE TtAVRiftS, H...(o.d ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notices. 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PageJ2 A Community Chest Seeks 51,370,000 For Year's Needs The ComnnltfiTy Chost dt Dade County .officially kiIced off iK 1986 Campaign Monday a> thousands of volunteer workers set out to raise the necessary funds to sup port the 25 health, welfare and youth agencies. A small group of Greater Miami's top business leaders showed their hearts are even bigger than their pocket books by getting the 1956 Community chest cam] oft to a rich start Monday night. No more than 100 in number, the civic minded businessmen pledged a heal ..arming total Ol S4.33.coo to set the pace for D county'., biggest Chest campaign They marie their contrtoiiiions in the space of a lew short hours during the traditional Red Feather kickoff dinner at the Fontainebleaii hotel. Their one-night cffo represent ed a whopping 32 percent of the SI.370.000 which volunteer Chest workers hope to raise for 25 human service organizations during the next three months T'te record-breaking pledges were received by Baron de fTirsch Meyer, who for the sixth consecutive year served as master of ceremonies for the fund raising dinner He and his business issociate, ..id Abess, picked up the check for the guests ; ,t the rich affair, to assure that 100 percent of all money pledged will go to aid Communih Chest benefactors. The once a year drive, headed bj W. C. (Bill i l.antaff. will includ" two new agencies, the Northwest Miami Boys' c'lub and the Shel tered Workshop of Dade County, the first agencies to be admitted since 1951 through the Cheat's Open Door" policy. | John Turner. Che.st president, re\ ported that some 70.000 Dade conn tians have received some type of Red Feather service this year. New l^fiaahkMsuo. Cantor Albert Glantz (right), of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, will be honded at a testimonial dinner Sundcy evening for his six years of service without remuneration to the Center. Looking on is Rabbi Abraham Herson, spiritual leader. Cord Party Sunday women's club oi Workmen's Circle 692 will hold I card party Sunday evening. Nov IS, at 25 Washington ave. Chairman is Mrs Anne Kalmanson. .programs of chest agencies such as the YMCA. I!,i\ ScOUtS, .lames K Scott Communitv AssiHiation. Visiting Nurse Association, have push ed the minimum need for 1956 up to $1,452,000. The Chest leaders along with Miami's labor force have nearly doubled the amount raised for Red Feather services here in the past five yean Therefore, the Chest g> ..I committee has set this year's tarket at SI.370.000. an increase ol 11.6 per cent over last \ear. with the hope it will be over subscribed enthusiastically by Greater Miami's citizens, Turner explained. While the business, professional and employee divisions arc busy seeking gifts, locally the Red Feather volunteers are getting organized to begin their House-to House Drive to push the campaign over the top. The Metropolitan Division of the Chest Campaign will start ringing doorbells in the House-to-House Drive on Jan. 8. Improved Port Facilities Pressed By Charles Towle Improvement of pe{t facilities to Utilise Miami's natural harbor was ainon the points Vng strongly stressed bj Charles* Towle. candidate lor Miami city commission, Group 3. as he approached the endJ ot the campaign. 1 stand lor the erection of a v. .it M [aland Marina, with a careluih planned beeutiflcauoa proin cooperation, with the garIII-M clubs, no said. The candidate and that improving port facilities will reviialisa Miami's shipping industry, return tile poll lo si.ui..is ., major OOll UITJ ami iiini^ the city much additional income. a will aafO create needed new jobs in shipping work. Towle Mid ior IMJIII young and older people." TOM le also called for "action now | to provide planned traffic How,' with adequate off street parking, j All a person has to do is travel NW 27th ave. at peak hours to j know how badly we need new arj tenal roads.' he added. Towle said that he believes in, voters to "put an experienced bus| Harry Genet, acting president of the Hebr- the yeara 1952-53 and now chairmen of it", \. mittee. was awarded a plaque for mentonous Leas Academy a general mooting Monday nioht inT* hotel. B. I Binder, proaident of the Acoden? it entation. Mr*. Genet looks on. htosimaii on the cit "full-time school police patrols the only way to keep sex moles ters and perverts from our chil, *' havc an s >f those in other] businessmen seldom o As a busfnessman. he also urged job.' he noted. MOREY A. LAWYER CIVIC LEADER PUBLIC SERVANT HAS SERVED YOU EraENTL? AS CO-CHAIRMAN of the EMERGENCY CONSUMERS MILK COMMITTEE which compelled the State Milk Commission to give up price controls on the high price of milk. LEADER of the fight to obtain a 40 hour week lor the Miami Police Department. FOUNDER of the FIRST JUVENILE BUREAU of the Dade County Sheriif's Office in 1952. y i H' CHAIRMAN oi ,he JUVENILE WELFARE COMMITTEE of the Dade County Bar Association. 1953 CHAIRMAN of the FARM LABOR COMMITTEE' that ended slave labor of migratory Puerto Rican farm workers in the South Dade area. !1 E M SJ R cl Ae CITY OF MIAM INTER-AMERICAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE. AH BOXING COMMISSIONER cf the City of Miami, exempted Golden Gloves jurisdiction and stopped City from taxing revenue used for food, equipment and training for yorngstorp. SPECIAL ASSISANT to the ATTORNEY GENERAL of the Slate of Florida. DEPUTY COMMISSIONER of Florida Industrial Commission as presiding Judqe of the Workmen's Condensation Division. IS54-1955. LET MOREY A. RAYMAN CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU BY ELECTING HIM YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER IN GROUP 3 MOREY A. RAYMAN H •'•efts'. I will M '•jnrfuee Mayor Abe 4r BW ,, ,, „„,„•„ om |fce Cty Commission surf will support the Hand he has fal.cn for a clean on* moral city to raise my children ana* roars. I l''l Poi, Adv.) High Urges Men As Police Guards At School Crossings Fulltime employment of school crossing police is vitally essential to the safety and welfare of Miami school children. James W. High, candidate for election to Miami city commission in Group 2. declared this week. High stated that men at school crossings should not be completely replaced by women. "The women school crowing police are doing a good job," High said, "but there are some locations, in which child molesters menace children, that it would .be good to have a man on the job full time. "Sex perverts and molesters hang around near a lot of our schools, and as a father of two school age children. I must stress again the need for full-time school police protection." High said. High added he also will fight, as city commissioner, for more parks and playgrounds for Miami's school children, and for additional recr*a? tional facilities for adults. He also noted that "before rec-, ommending a final solution to Ml-j amis parking and traffic problems,i which affects the welfare of our' children, since too heavily -travel! led streets arc dangerous," he will' devote personal study to the problem. 1 am not for expensive surveys by experts—w have had enough of them," he said. High declared that he will bring vigorous new blood to the Miami cit> commission, and I urgently solicit >our vote." IF I could Shiver o&w, fl m i City Commission GROUP 3 Hi Neighbor: Mary I take this opportunity to thank all of yea whole-heartedly supported me during my ca_ against the fixed prico of milkI started on that fisfah but your chorus of voices behind me grew and CBWI it was beardXta Tallahassee ... and the prirs eft HAS come down. Ae your city commissioner, it is my intention fc> rep* each and erery one oi you and serve YOUR a that oi any special group. Again. I cannot' do ii alone. I need the help of"* oi you to do a sjood Job. If vou want honest andpw save government pull Uver 19-A on elation. ^J (Pti. Pel A,i\ i City Government *9 IS YOUR BUSINESS ELECT A PROVEN BUSINESSMAN AND DEDICATED CIVIC LEADER Let's Elect JOE ORR MAYOR the fORRward look 4



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Page 8 B Ai Umulu Jeffrey Steele. son of Mr. and s. Morton Steele. 4320 N. Meridian ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn.:ig. Nov. 12. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish 11 officiate. Two Bar Mitzvah At Beth David ij morning services ;it i Dai id S < will M itnes> i: r Mitzi ^h Sharing honors during services, R bbi Yaakoi Roeenbei I.I ia\ ol Hr %  I I on <>i S nej Vltei man lenl • Sh< h Junior Hi :h Si i i ir the past i Beth David reli the past I Clothing to Israel i %  "•' • a bapter B'nai • n, will send ;i shipMen -. ladies' and chil I • NOI 20 enl to 443] for inclusion in the shipmenl Mark Shinderman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shinderman, 4366 Michigan ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Nov. 12. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. WHO HAS THE KOYACB ? and so I know you'll be glad to have Sol and me Hay with you another three weeks. suggest the GOLF PARK HOTEL in < M > B %  WASHINGTON AVENUE of 19th STREET • Po >l • Apt*. Parking • $ un 0eth Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai of Hollywood, will speak Monday evening. Nov. 14. at Tifereth Israel Northside Center. Sublet is "The Jewish Home." The lecture is the second in a series on Judaism sponsored by Tifereth Israel's adult education program. Final Casting Day Sam Hindi, director ol "The Young and the Fair.dramatic production which SUterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will proaanl U) January, thi~ week announced "'at final caatiai for the pity, wl)ich baa |] panfor women, will lake place on Friday mor nin g in the Temple baaqttaf, hall HOME OF THE FAMOUS • Just 3 minutes from New York City' Grond Centrol Terminol ond con. .veniently neor to the Fifth Avenue shopping district, the Lexington ,s centrally locoted. Its 801 outride, rooms are all equipped with combinatioo tub and shower bath, circulating ice woter. full-length mirror, 4-sfation radio. Television. "New York's Friandly Holtl" +Jewish fhrkMnn MV NEWS Posts Plan Solemn Participation During Services West Miami Pool No 223 and the Ladies' Auxiliary will IKBOOl at an Shald.at on Veterans Day. V.\ 11.8 .'in pjfl at tht \\ ( -i Miami Jewish Center. West Mumi Ladies' Auxiliary will hold • rd p rtjp on Thursday, \'o\ 17. at the ("enter a • • Soi ial %  of < 'oral Gables \ 249 will be held on Tueodaj I No\ 15, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center Paal Department ol Florida Comma Daniel Neal Heller will IT speaker • • • The local members of JWV wen to high national ofat the recent national convention on Miami Beach Mrs Hose Horn. o| the Norman Hruce Brown Auxiliary and a Past Department President, was elected regional \ue president (or the fourth return Fast Department Commander Bill Bender, ol the West Miami Pott, W| BOCted national executive committooman from the fourth region Denny To ^Debate Over Red China and UN Men's Club Of Temple Beth Sholom will hold a debate on Sun day evening, Nov. 13, at the Temple building. Date ook Up. Uw A r w t:45 | *• | I 10:00 Del Ttuiso I guace Patrol | Thi. i.Hie DC] m 10:18 1 I I ll 10:301 Strike It Rich | Buffalo Bill I Christopher! 10:45i ( 11:00 Mi-nu Marie 11:16! 11:30 Ben re h P T'm'row 11:46' Ouldlng Light Big; Top Wlnky Dinky J'ajlaM Sevti NEW TIME FOR YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Naaat.r'i Vidd.ah Claatical Hour *'ll da heard every Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Two New Featuret "THEATRE NEWS" Featuring Simon Wolff "FROM A WOMAN TO A WOMAN" Featuring Shuahana Spector STATION WWPB 1450 on Your Dial 12:00 I've Got Newa 12:15 Lov* of Life 12:30 Welcome. Traveler 12:45 1:00 Irun.h With Judy FooTbaif 1:301 Art I.lnkletler 1:45 Induatry Parade AFTERNOON • r nl !" a S3 | T.,Je Ann'itd Gu jd ^ r i %  t *rao>" —— : o'clock HI K h I Komlc Korrn-r N*> I wild B. HW*| w f^ I To He Ann'cedlH* itf*^ Near the United Nations LEXINGTON AVE. AT 4ldi ST, N.Y.C.U "Mrwisli Foram On Tho Airlery S.aoy-I0:00 fo 11:00 ... iMkM WMIE (1140 on dial) Wi* Various Feature, NOW "A HUHTA61 OF MUSIC" fcY .. Sh.ldan Eiiords Produced and Directed y SIH0H SEIDtN *J Ml. 17fc A... n. I254W *O0 Bl Payoff Ko..il.all "'• 1:30' Jack Cobb I t:46| I %  I 3:00 Jackie'. Ho-fa* K.K.Il.all 1:131 | 3:30'Valiant Lady | Dollar a 8ec. 1:4l Hw -iet Storm I 4lob. A\*c cibaoo I To Be Ann'ead Startlme 4:15 I 4:30 4:46 I Willy 5:00 k of All Spori Jack Hfniiy JRISM I Jack of Bporti jlckU Oleaaon I Toa.T"oTTown • :30 r>.iiir Kdwardn 4: 46' Henlck rb>ioi IIn y New 7:00' Mama 7:161 7:30 MiaPlayback ( %  7:45 l.et'a Oo Plahlnc I —r^"ilB 00 1'Uyhmi.e of Stara Two for Money I Ronald I 1:15 • :30 Our Mlaa Brooka 1:45 pit*. Huaband I TV,. Theatr. TB)| —.—jj— m f 810" J4jl Th. Una Vt, Profea. FVlhar A*"J UM ; *:30 IVraon to Peraoa • :4ft 10:00 t'nrv Como 10:16 NIK lit Ston Bandatand Kddle Cantor" %  L.-—, r 111 I Sunday _• %  %tf_ K fall '*" 10:46 Mtt-pierade. Party I 1 I^d I Llv >?_JJlJirr^r^rTl*^ M a1 lHoo-N ewa. Waatbar i Hunyon Tn eVt7K~Ti^ho u '' Al ."^ Mid Theatra r,a <2:00 12:1| "'.'. l HIyn Off •ica Ott



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Feg8A fJmUt/kr*man American Christian Palestine Group To Co-Sponsor Giant Bayfront Park Rally With Zionist Organization Here Continued from Pafle 1 A have participated in the planning [Of the rally—Hadassah: Mesdames the Council announced. Response I Samue i Sakrais. Oscar Sindell, Ante the call for help by the National Zionist leaders has been overiming among the local Jewish litigations, Survis reported. \sked to sum up the theme of the mass demonstrations currently sweeping the country, nomben Ol M Melnick. Tillis I'ekelner. Ceorte Cohen, Anna Sorin Bild. Harold Shapiro, Dorothy Fink. Milton Sir kin, Ann Brenner Myers, and Miss Lillian Goodman: Zionist Organisation of America Herl>ert I.inick. Gerald Schwartz and Seymour the Zionist Council quoted an ex(Jebman; Labor groups: Dr. A. J. cerpt from a resolution adopted by i sn | on a n U shkin ami Kmanuel "W most earnestly urge Hurst em: (ireater Miami Jewish upon our Covernment that it take federation: Dr. Benjamin B Bo* positive steps to prevent prepareenberg, Max C. (W'ttinger and 1 %  ns tor international aggression Charles R Jacobson: Uapoel Hambj Fgypt by offering without furj zrac hi: T/vi Berber. Woman's Mi/ tNr delay to conclude a treaty or racni: Mrs Alfred Stone; B'nai treaties with the State of Israel urith; Mrs Morgan; Rabbinical any other state or States in Organization of Greater Miami: the Middle Fast willing to enter j R aDD j Irving Lehrman: National Friday, Ui Will TjnbaWy' SupSy^ Arms, State Department Ann new defense problems which were considered pressing as details became available of the extent and nature of Communi-t munitions arriving in Egypt. He was accompanied on his vi-u i )y Israel Minister Plenipotentiary Reuven Shiloah. It was-learned here Wednesday nz\ that a list of U.S. arms needed East. *• • metropolitan boundaries We | of Temple Beth Sholem Hollyhave a greater opportunity than wood. ] i before to provide for a mod-] Sponsor of the y ein, metropolitan government. and: r P n„ p..,, • JuL ... ni Mill preserve the autonomy of the ££ M ar h Lad,fti %  %  *. *"" < ly of Miami and the other mui uipalitiev" Last week. Orr was presented w,th a life membership in the Brick layer's and Plasterer's Union. This is the group which Orr joined as an apprentice plasterer when he first moved to Miami over 30 >ears ago. Lasser as president Assisting will be the Mesdames S. Deutsch and L. Bosik. Drewich in Seventh Successive Term T I M. Drewich has been unanin iisly reelected to his seventh term as president of Miami He. 1 Mw School and Congregation. Othe* officers elected unnni!\ were Dave Kleber, vice ident; Milton Weir.er. second president; Abe Kaplan, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Schwardron, fin nancial secretary; J. W. Persoff, corresponding seer etary; Mrs. Pobert Schweitzer, recording seclctary. Named to the board of directors vere J. W. Parsoff, Ben Lichter. I. Goldman, M. Sefres, S. Moorash and the Mesdames Milton Weiner, Ben Sokoloff, Nat Coulton, Dave Kleper and Sophie Moss. Rainey Hits Local Board An appeal to all citv commission candidates to join with him in his pledge to "clean up" the Miami Civil Service Board will .he made this week by Robert E. Rainey. commission candidate in Group 3. The appeal will apoear in newspapers and be made by radio and television talks. "Who is elected to the citv commission is not alt-imrwtant." Rainey said, "but what those men do after election is of the utmost importance." The first-time candidate charged that the Civil Service Board has hamstrung the City Manager and Chief of Police in making necessary changes in assignments and that it has created a morale condition which has resulted in many men resiening from the department to join other police forces. "Low pay is not the only reason for these wholesale resignations from the police department—a lot of honest policemen don't want to be associated with crooks and bribe takers." he said With the right to make assignments in conformance with need and necessity, we can have neighborhood policemen on foot protecting our homes and children," he said by the Jewish State is now being drawn up by banel and is expected to arrive in Washington this week, for presentation to the U.S. Government. A demand for jet' fighters will be stressed by Israel because of the knowledge that the central item in the Czech-Egyptian deal was MIG fighters and bombers, totalling between 100 and 200, of types so far unavailable to Israel. It la believed that anti-aircraft guns, radar equipment, jet interceptors and ships and equipment for antisubmarine defense will be asked of the US. Some sources 1 .re said the United States probably will supply some anti-aircraft, anti-tank and other armament. to Israel if investigation shows they are needed to balance the Communist weapons being received by Egypt A basic hope of the UnitHe told MUK_ •nee that l Wit f55J methods in tht MtfJir He added thty thtm "nd art us." Hussein told hit '"••' i* melon, -|d tores to mask ij-T^J Meanwhile, i„ oZ?f dent Eisenhow.rji 1 urged nations of tfc, j refrain from (feZ race in the Middle EM •Is learned Hut the I introduce discusiien L, •d Nations rtgerdmel bility of embargo arms shipments t East. Acting Secratuy bert Hoover, Jr„ President's mean the U.S. will reia arms plea." In Washington, ritnaaj ed that if the U.S,-*n "they wHI lose mt k 45,000,000 Arabs." On Tuesday ... Pull the Christmas itEVER 3-A q l uii I it for 1. A BETTER resident; Dianne Jov Herson treasurer; Donna Lakin. recording secretary; Wayne Mareu.e, program chairman; Mickey Berke athletic chairman Rona Roth, social chairman; SOaan Wasserman. religious chairman; Tharles Weisbaum. corre spending secretary; and Laura Wexler, chaplain. fJIECT CITY COMMISSIONER RANDY MAYOR


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Pag e 6 A +Jenistinor*fi3i'7%  i ^r.Tr— — ——————— Moshe Sharett to Tell Bond State Dinner of Israel's Plight Continued from P*o 1 A mounting far beyond expectations. Our dinner committee, under the leadership of Samuel Friedland. is one of the finest organization•> ei er assembled by Miami leadership." The dinner committee, which includes t'ol. Jacob Arvey. J A Can tor. Dr. Morris Goodman. Pan B Raskin, Leon B. Jacobs Mrs Look Glasscr. Isadore Hecht. Stanley C .... %  -. HI %  i %  •-——• ^ -IIIKUMI ar. I'llivvn. ifivyiiwuv.i • %  Myers, Benjamin Meyers Max Oro-Iringing, our entire community ference aboard the Israeli freighter. S.S. Tappur. last week sent the initial sales for the Sharett dinner climbing, and with almost a week remaining, they passed the $125,000 mark, according to Sidney Glazier. Glazier, city manager for the bond drive and the Development Corporation of Israel, said "It's like 1951 all over again. Workers arc streaming into our 1544 Washington ave. offices. Telephones are vitz. David Phillips. Carl Weinjtle. Samuel Kipnis. Abraham Mailman and Sam Blank, met Tuesday at Mt. Sinai hospital to complete plans for the dinner • -Every Jewish leader in Greater Miami should attend this dinner." Sher said. "It is a signal honor for seems to recognize the importance of this dinner." Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president and executive head of the State of Israel Bond Organization, who has been for almost two decades a key personality in the rescue and resettlement of large -. „ „ [ CKur miu irjrucnrcm u Kigc our community to be selected for| m asses of Jcws and a leading Dr. Joseph Schwartz Young Adult Group Picks Berlowe one of the first appearances of Moshe Sharett on his all important visit to the United States." he asserted. Friedland. who served as chairman of Moshe Sharett Day in June. 1888, when the Foreign Minister made his only previous \i-it here. figure in mobilizing support for the upbuilding of the State of Israel, will speak at the Dinner of State. Dr. Schwartz assumed leadership of the Israel Bond campaign in May, 1955. after more than four years as executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. He New officer! were recently elected by the Young Adult Jewish said Moshe Sharetts performance j directed the operations of the UJA as Prime Minister lor almost two in raising more than $365,000,000 Council Of South Florida, .t was an ££ !" d a Vonign M,nMcr i '"' '" nationwide campaigns during ,... _, „ more than seven years merits a that period. ..me tribute from all Jewry ,,,. ,. prjor Q 95 „,. A cocktail party and pros, eon s hw;irtz orvcd in wartime and SM. fifes Ktfmmttr nounced by Leonard Romney, n tension supervisor for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, •A huh is ti-,c sponsoring body for the Council. cted were Fre I Berlowe, ident; Jack dent. Sandy Frogel, seen Marvin Hirsch, tl Ci uncil serves u .1 coordinating bod) for i_' young adult organizein D.KII county, through the n ol a • a hndar service, leadership trainin | and other functions annual leadership training program ol the council will begin on Mondaj evening, Nov. 21, and will continue tot us —ive Mondaj nights. Couples Limited Stages Comedy : %  ; Templi I will present GIi mour Pre%  n Satu N<>\ 12 and 13, in th auditorium. Pn ,.. M( I>bi Colman Zwitman r. school fund of Tempi, Israel >•<•• Sfcer play, bj 1 oleman Clerai and Florence Ryenon, wai inally presented aa Broadway vt hide. In the local version, which dtpicts Hollywood behind-thescenes, all parts are portrayed by members of Couples Limited Each member ol the east has h*d background experience in stage radio and TV. Included are Joseph Gardner as Kerry EMridge and Virginia Btanleigh aLynn Kidridge, main characters of Glamour Preferred." Pf > Uo Meyer, pioneer resident to Others appearing will include E\?sR2l2 f hC n0t ^ Vieiri ,„J u 1 ,,on for ,np ensuing vear Vick, and Howard Dunn. Natalie! Elected ,., serve with Meyer are and Robert Pntikin. Dick and David Klebber. first vice president; Pamela Stern. Jerry and Pat Fuc h-. Mr Samuel Geltner, second vice Hmrrf Gordon Se Kefoyy, Speak for Service Tennessee Sen •on meetine nf ***^ N H V 15 the Dei ."">• Gordon. S| w Preside at theiSli *eduled to hear $J comrnutce investigi*/ crime throughout Vl recently returned M Russia Miami Beach Exc !" he host at the lunched sre scheduled to inijj and presidents of tV commission, Hon. H* Attorney General of ami Beach Mavor D „ and city council memhav] Rahhi Leon Kromsl. | Beth Sholom spiritual teal give the invocation, and 1 Mitchell Taylor, of AW cobal Church, the beL Sen. Kefauver. UstU Beach some two yean 1 dress 1 HadasoaYMl ization convention, wifi duced by Col. A Frank | former Miami Beach long-tune friend. Committee merabw Gordon with the funoial Eisenstein and IrvmjLI post-war Europe .<• head of the vast relief and rehabilitation operations of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Mr Sharett'a remarks will be an op Ul M11 minute appraisal of Israels position by the man who knows it best Serving both as Prime Minister and Foreign Minister in his Geneva talks with free Miami Jewish Community Centerj These councils an; world and iron curtain nations, he Teen Age Groups Elect Officer* Teen age councils of the Greater Sheila Wylc. secretary. reeived praise from both sides Rabbi Irving Lehrman. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will respond to Mr Sharetts remarks Rabbi Y i.ikov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David .representing Miami congregations, will oiler the invocation, and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual lead er ol North Shore Jewish Center representing Miami Beach congregations, will pronounce the benediction. The kosher dinner is expected to be DM ot the social highlights 'of the year, With dress option. It's j scheduled to begin at 7 p in Wed' %  nesday. have elected new officers for the' delegates from the ten 1 coming year. | meeting in the varioul At the Town Branch they are j buildings. The ten v Barbara Foosaner, president; Julie | sented at the Beach Br Sussman. vice president; Naomi cil are: Keystones. Rebels,! Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association Elects Meyer President At the annual meeting Monday body, having accepted as its con of the Greater Miami Jewish (em stituent members Congregation ^:^'z a ^:^\z r SS C onsrcKa,ion Bc h El 'cemetery and the Jewish Section' M,ami '"-brew School and Congre of WoodUwn Park cemetery elect K a,,on Congregation Beth David and the Sisterhood Chescd Shel Emeth. Miller, secretary": Loretta Friedman. treasurer; and Sandy Alexan der. chaplain. At the Beach Branch, new coun cil officials are Danny Bakst. Phyl Mu Sig, Sabers. Satans. Amicus. Emanons, Sigma 1 Clubs having rep the Town Branch Council 1 Shield of Da* ill AZA. MB lis Murauchcck. co-chairmen; and 322, Omega Delta Pa, Ted Williams, Irving Aroris. Nelda Josepher, John Lotz. III. and 12 year-old Lynn Stanleigh. who makes her stage debut. Director is Ken Stanleigh. if /Meyer dent; Sidney H Palmer, secretary; and Abraham Pepper, t urer. Palmer served previously as secretary and executive director lor 14 years, while Pepper served as treasurer for the past 13 years and as association president for 12 years prior to that. Meyer, who is a well known communal and civic leader and is sen ing currently as president of Con gregation Beth Jacob. Miami Beach, is a 32 degree Mason, Shriner and actively engaged in Masonic circles He ft also serving prosentry as chairman of the advisory committee of the Demolay Junior Masonic Order. Meyer is also past commander of a Wisconsin Post of the American Legion and resides with his wife a-nd family at 210 East Di Lido dr. Fleeted to serve on the board of directors are Milton Weincr H 2'-. ISTSI?' David W h''nan. Mitchell Sehappo. Theodore Sako witz, Morris Rabinowitz. Simon Seiden. Charles Gropper and Mrs Israel Goldberg. Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery self-governi Association is MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL KVIN9I AND LOAN |IOCItlO_ EVERYONE LOWS AUGUSTBfi0$M\ "• VIENNA 'BOHe*llAt/*V£ 'PUMP£fiMK£L Ffi£*tC# &&* ^r'5AW£AUy AUGUST 8R0S. BREAD ^



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I November 11. 1955. rvices In E BETH SHOLOM will dav evening services at ^.Loon Kronen w.H d.s..u.ved Dating and Mixed Mr nd Mrs william in wl || be hosts at the Oneg Saturday morning *Jeis§>nnririMr, servI io45 Jeffrey, son of A Mrs Morton Steele. and ion'of Mr and Mrs. Bernard rman wiU become Bar Mitz, n tor Samuel Kelemer will the musical portions of the • • p L E EMANU-EL will hold evening services at 5 and ,m. Rabbi Irving I.chrman M ch on the topic: "A Leap jlh' Cantor Philip Brummcr n der the musical portions of Cr. Saturday morning aerv, a ( g. Sermon will be based Weekly Portion. Daily i arc in the chapel at 8 a.m. i p.m. EMETH CONGREGAnri]] hold Friday evening Lit7:30 Herbert Buchwald Ificiatc. assisted by the choir. „i the sermon is sched•The Birthright." JDATH ISRAEL HEBREW TUTE will bold Friday ai %  Istniceal 5 15. Saturday r rvices are at !>. Rabbi or will discuss: "PatriotSentimentof Self-SaeriiKiddu-h follows. Mincha will 15 p.m. Koppel Schneier, of sbarre. Pa., will be host at ISeudos Daily -crvices are at and 5 30 p m.. with Sunday i at 9 a.m. • • DAVID SYNAGOGUE Page 9 E Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberq Israel Bond presentation at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Hosts are Mr. and Mis. Joseph Swartz. • • a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE GATION will hold Friday evening services at 5. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30 Rabbi Jonah 1 CANDLELIGHTING TIME Heshvan 26 — 5:15 p.m. Caplan will preach on the topic: "The Faces on Our Coins." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate and H Friday owning services I render the musical portionof Memberwho contributed j the liturgy. Class in Bible is at purchase ol S2.500 in Israel 4:30. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., folduring the High Holy Days lowed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv! honored Herbert E. Scher. ices are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. iit. will be presented with Ml Bible by Jacob Sher. TEMPLE ISRAEL oi Miami will an of the Greater Miami hold Friday evening services at for brael Committee. Sim 8:15. Rev. Fred E. Colo, of the mentation will be made to Coral Gables Congregational trLiebman. president of the Church, will be speaker in the abW region oi ZOA. Rabbi sence of Rabbi Joseph Narot, who Rosenberi: \,;|| preach on is scheduled to preach at Touro P ,c: A Bible From JeruSynagogue in New Orleans Sub ["Saturday morning services ject of Rev. Cole"s sermon will bo: "9 David son ol Mrs Adele ""Saints and Sinners I and John. s (in of Mr. and • gdney AlUnnan, will become TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHP'taah Junior services arc at SIDE CENTER will hold Friday |0neg Shabbat and floral ofj evening services at 8:30. with Rab |'ill be b\ Mrs I.evine and bi Abraham Herson preaching on %  H Alterman in honor the topic: "The Book or the Sword —Which?" Cantor Albert C.lantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Irving W Friday evening services I Querido and Mr. and Mrs. William Hlty new members will be \ Kornfeld will be hosts at the Oneg Rabbi David Shapiro's I Shabbat. Saturday morning servis. "The Ideal Jew." Cantor ices are at 9. Subject of the sermon "Ibraun will render the is scheduled as: "A Woman's Miami's Houses Of Worship GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD •"SSKjffft "*" *T.TUT B Z t BE | ^^^ ONGREGATION Pralrlo NOR \^e, SH v?, RE JEWISH CENTER Ufl 7 ,, h „ r TEMP P T11 Z Can, r K,IU "" 1 KU > n ^AV^t&SS^ ut "•'—% %  UN I i irthodox, Orthodox. Rabbi II ConaarvaUve. Rabbi Rabbi Loon Kronl b CaVtor"PhS BSSSSS?" aV< '•••"•'" : "'^ Irtil In*m B E BETH JACOB Rabbi Tlbor si. ri BETH ROAD av. orllioftnx. TEMPLE EMANU-EL Philip Brummei LOW LINCOLN C ,?r7, G r EG AT '8 N : '" 1 : ''" Waahtagtoii r antoi Mamir,. Mann ph E L R Tcko?,'ky" BOAT,ON ,M Kl "'" 1 — Ortb x Rabbi .,„KNESETH ^RAP, M L"" i *'" """ U -"' li A "-" aMuSSoS • %  %  %  "'' WMt w '* %  "" %  Irtitoa. FUbbU Abraham CORAL GABLES C R Mo 1 T 1 i GA .B k o I ES r E ^' S l H CEN J ER """ l 1 "" %  ** '•• %  %  •' %  Rabl Morna eocop Cantor Irving Robinson, Rabbi B ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER -ii Zamora ave Conservative, bam HurwIU. Cantoi Rudolph Brill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI .\\v Jrd Oithoaox. Rabbi R D A L E Mom oa at., I lollj a BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION 113 Ai la Bi i kai. HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUC TEMPLE BETH SHOI.EM OF HOLL YWOOD—17".-, Con irvatlve. Rab^,sniiip| I..-1.rTEMPLE SI live 1: TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. L AUDERDALE -I 801 South Andrawa I I I-1 Laadardala. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Rai HIALEAH-MIAM vaiive. i^iNhi, s.uiri..| l^-n-r. SINAI OF HOLLYWOODJ"W Polk -. HoUj Rabbi 1';IM.P'SIIHMIM Cantor Tehudah Hellhraun. 1 ( iiH'ivaSPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER | |th ave. live. I ..; NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL i.T NE llth it. Reform, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi .la,'.ii Kaplan, Rabbi Emerltua Jacob Bornateln TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER ISM North Miami ave Conservative Rabbi Abraham) Herson. Cantor'Albert OUtnta. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION -tISOl N \V 17lh ave. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER -' %  '> N\V ,,l-t pi. i '.in-, rvath a, Rabbi Leo Halm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER ISCS6 W, -t Dixie hwy. ComMrvatlVe. Rabbi H^m >• Okollca, ''antoiMaurice Mau • NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION —lfillli st. and NE llth ervatlve. Rabbi laaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION ES8S Coral Way. "'on BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE %  : •;:", BW Ii IE SINAI of Hollywood Saturday morning services are at 9. Seudos. Daily services are at SinqeTS Slate Prank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Berman. will become Bar Mitzvah. DCHiqUet Her*2 Cantor Rudolph Brill will render! MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AN 1 the musical portions of the liturgy. ; CONGREGATION will hold Friday | Miami Beach Community evening services at 5:30. Saturday i ers. facility of the Miami WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Recreation Department, will hold will hold early Friday services at ; Simon April's sermon is entitled: their annual kiekoff banquet Sun5 30 late services commence at "Our Inescapable Destiny." Cantor day evening. No. 13. at the Cadillac 8 30 Rabbi Alfred Waxman will Berele Kelemer will render the hotel. preach on the topic: "Matriachs in musical portions of the liturgy, j Keynote of the evening will be Israel Saturday morning serviceClass in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. j installation of newly elected offiare at 9 Mincha will be at 5 p.m.' Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. jeers as follows: Samuel Friedman, Center choir will assist Rabbi Wax, Pylons of the liturgy. Shabbat follows. Saturday 1 amice! are at 9. Rabbi Wl discuss the Weekly K'ddush follows, Faith." BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:1$. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will till h u L C0NCR *GAofficiate and discuss: "Peace—By i at vr • Fr lay evening | Piece." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus ; s 4 o Saturday morning will render the musical portions of e a t 830 Rabbi Arie the liturgy. Junior services will be 11 "each on the topic! i n Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Clasin 7 n to ,he Ri ght Chan%  J" '" Talmud precedes 11 8 Claw in Bible will be -y / Talmud is at 4 p.m. man CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENand 5:45 p.m. president; Rose Abelson. vice president; Joseph L. Shulman. trcasISRAELITE CENTER will hold urer; Jean V. Devens, financial secFriday evening services at 6 andjretary; Sadie Kay, recording secTER will hold Friday evening serv8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky Willjretary; Sarah S. Kirschner. publiat 8 15 Rabbi Morris Skop preach on the topic; "War, Anniscity chairman. Executive board will inaugurate the first in a series fee and Peace Canto rf our book reviews honoring Na-, Salkow w.H1 render the_mi "ional Jewish Book Month. Subject tions of the liturgy. One f 1,K* Lmnn will be 'Marioric will be sponsored by Mr. portions of the liturgy BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Tibor Stern will discuss: "Atmisticc or Peace of Mind." Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will render the musical portions of | ir -The Jewish Impact on Amer the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4 : 30 jcan Democracy." Sendee I Cantor Samuel members: Louis Brown. Irene usical por-1 Wolf. Jack Wolf, Bill Weiss. Anne Oneg Shabbat j Schwartzman. Betty Mendorff. Ber. and Mrs. | nie Sager. Lenore Haucr, Andy r" bv" Herman Wouk j William Lipsick. Saturday mornSalomon, Matilda Rosenberg. ( mdles gS wili be blessed by Mrs.; ing services are at 8:30. Mincha j Ben Yomeni music conductor Vhraham Fleeman and Mrs Hy will be at 5:45 p.m.. followed by nd director of the Miami Beach man Steiber Saturday morning Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at .^ community Singers, accompanied services are at 9:45 Jeffrey, son of 7:30 a.m. and 15 minutes before by Margaret Yomen at the piano. Mr and Mrs. Henry Fine, will be-| SU ndown. come Bar Mitzvah Cantor Irving Robinson will render the musical NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN will direct a program of music. Bernie Sager, master of the dance, and member of the choral group. accompanied by his partner, Jane TER will hold Friday evening servMoore, will entertain with exhibiMONTICELLO PARK CONGRE[ eea a t 8:15 p.m Consecretion of i tion dancing^ commence with Fri-| — C A T ION w t day evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Isaac l-crer will preach on the top-: p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. sponsored by JWV Post 682 Assiting will be Irving Steinberg. Ralph Lampcrt. Joseph Samuel HEBREW ACADEMY will hold d Norton Leff. Saturday morning Friday evening services at 5:15 | services arc at 9. with the Rabbi Saturday morning services are at 9^ M odes ty and Kindness Rabbi Alexander Gross wH preach %  „ f Promisc •• Jumor on the Weekly Portion Mincha iat 5 p^n., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. with Sunday services scheduled for 8am in a World of Promise services are at 10:30 a.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:10. Saturday morning MTViCfal are at 9. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will officiate and preach on the Weekly Portion. Class { m HAPPIER FLORIDA LIVINq /



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Paqe 6 B +Jem§LQs€i&**'>==-==S^"^l <^fn the /vi eaim o Miss Ku din sky Mel Ranee on Campus Miss Benfice Barbara Rudii Mr and Mrs I Rudinsky, Miami Beach, me! fiance, Ja; Hi a ird R i they were both students al .i 1 \ rsitj ol Florida Mr R is the son of M • s\\ 2JH \ ;raduat< !; [iss Rudinsky is I i I ft-hei %  r P I!.' %  the ) i i s > Stein Kiuneee Of Newporl News' i comirri Rob I %  hi R ; of Mr rhi \> rsitj of Miami She ii lota Al] Her fia I olytechnical Institute and the : William ai d M l in couple %  pi II tytimfrtet /tfotf 7, Mr*. Daniel 5*pl* and Mr. Leonora Kl.im ,. a Northern vacation While in Washm, lo T? havc Wun-j man's mother. Mrs. John Kerm.n, and in Mal'hlJ? '"•"*? of Mr.. .Wn Rubin, a former rcs.dent of Mianfc "h"* 3 5 i-ral Gotham Town also afforded the duo th, m „ ,1 Broadway shows. Also returned from WvT Vo( Mil statM are Dr. and Mrs. Louis Miller n rkan Route hack was by way of Alhevllle \ | ,,i, nP ed his yearly mfraahOi coarse Mrs Mili. r ,, • l ttl Plana tea for friends t„ show tome ol hi ; new SSJ* •*! ABOUT B/THS AND fUTUMl BHDH Sylvia and Be* Wollman aj, Bob',,,,..-!,,: ;N Scott Sigmund. uentary. A party in their home at 820 85th 1CP( wisherSylv.a, Incidental!) f ol J"** h and Nautilus. %  '•'-t Sc 0 nui a] Mfoi l ar nl ce 3JJ ".fie Sfe'e Miss Ncsie Indianer Plans March Rites Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Donald Murray and Miss F sohn enterlaine.l with a linen abower TUCMI ,,' lh 7 *i Charles Ludwig. 1901 South Miami .,. in honor oflE" Indgin. • a Marilyn plans to be married to Sanford Freed No\ n iuJ A. Strauses, of 4202 North Men,I .:. !" that Alpha Epatlofi Phi BOftWitj al lii I ihav daughter Rosemerie as a pledge. niDCi lOVllltS ON CAMFUS niNtKANT DOCTORS Rosemerie is a graduate of Walnut Hill and imajorinE tarv education at the I' of M Other | \Ki'hi onto] Gables campus include Barbara Shapro an I Barbara Cohen... Both Barbaras are the daughters of the Edward Cohem 9 1st., and the George Shapros, 4744 North Meridian a\o I Not to confuse the two college lovelies: Miss Shapiro i-a 1 Miami Beach High, now majoring in music and Miss Coheiui High grad. is majoring in drama After attending the American Heart meetini in New OrL Chester Cassel and Dr. Harold Rand spent a week at the Ka \ Clinic in Topeka. Kan., to sit in on sessions of the American Seminar. Mr and Mrs Joaeph i 288 Palm ave., Miami Beach an nounce ihe i rat ol their Nesie, to Jerome Sumol Ltlanta Ga The future bridegroom ithe son i ; Mrs Irving Sehnur and the late /Mrs. Victor Eber Mi'st Mesia Im4lmm*r ADDtNDA TO iWTHS DOCT0KS SOKOKITHS After a week in Newport News. Va., Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles! blow (he's a Mt. Sinai staffer), returned to Miami—only to lew Chicago by next plane out. While back from an American Coll Surgeons meeting in the Windy City arc Dr. and Mri. Lean I heimer.. The Leon Rosenblums of Fairlawn. N.J.. are writing fntndsi the arrival of daughter Lynn Ann on Oct. 11 The newcomer j brothers Irvine; Charles and Lawrence Neal. Mrs. Rotenblumi former Paula Lach, daughter of Mrs. Isidor Lech and the late Mr. I 574 NE 94th st., Miami Shores More About Sorority Dep't: Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae met" evening at the home of Mrs. Aaron Kenner, 1816 SW 11th ter..toI reports on the recent Founder's Day luncheon and final plaa| their pot luck dinner slated Saturday evening Mrs. Mari | AEPhi Alumnae president. Cuban Reautv Becomes Mr. Eber's Bride, Couple Will beside in Brickell Home 1 ienfuei Cuba, ii the Batting Mr. Khar, alao on the faculty of fi.r the marriage ol Miss Beatriz the I niversity of Miami, is an Mr Sehnur The couple metat M7 "*""' '" n(l Mr v "'* %  '"' Ebl r of te*h* Mason. Elk and termer atata Beach High School Miami Friday, Not 11 Dr. Rene chairman of International RelaThe brid is attending the Sl,v ls '" Pfiorm the nuptials in lima of the Florida JayceeI'niversity ol Miami an,l will be : x;l cer mon ) ;,t • nnr ne of Out-of-town guests from Miami luated in Februar) ""' "" U N Parents, Dr and Mrs include I)r Dan Steinhoff, Mr. and Jerome ,attending Emory in, I'^'TV, "^ man ^ V "J Cireen Dr and Mrv Ben veraitj school ol dentisto Ha I %  '" ^ X (,reen lerry R,cnard Stone Ronlcl Fine aduate ol Universit) of Florida lh( ri, % R r aduated from Arthur Apple. Yale Leavy. Jack where he was a member of Phi Eta "" m i ,ll(; ^ Amcricanas m Cienfue•"* alk and Charles Friedlander and [ holastic honor society He Ko> an(l ,h( Wvine Redeemer ,)r an d Mrs Jack Lurie. of Ft i also a member of Zeta Beta Tau Ar -" 1, '' %  %  '' Pennsylvania Mr Lauderdale Mrs. Jack Kllnoer honored 32 memlxT-of the North Shore nitj and Alpha Omegi den '' 1,r M "' (1 Mrs Clara Eber o! Af,,r %  Caribbean trip, the cou Center Sisterhood with a reward luncheon last week at the tal fraternity. Miami, attended the City College P" Wl11 liv a' 1309 Brn-kell ave. (hotel Sisterhood presented an orchid to Mrs. Klin9"a nd -A ; '' *V^ 1 SaSff., Marks. LudwS flntPriAro "S """ "'' u '"" :> "' Betrothal Revealed He ns his offices aa a carMr anen of Fint Prmli O.li fcngraving. Mod.rn Tr.d.t.oncl Frind Unframcd R.V... /* F '* m ,fl "~ ''t Mount.ng let* M Oo Mon. A fr, t.l p*m. 237 Btsroyea I va. IEnjoy Drawing and Paintinj: in Water Colors and[Oils BBNA COLL ART €*£** 12199 N.W. 7rh AVE., MIAMI B4M11 r k .AAA> A****** AA4 GEME TROOP AITIST-PHOTOC*AMM /ncludrt Sttidio Bridal, With Every Caidid Wtddmm Album at \o Extra Cou JE 8-S37a • ieth at. Miaml so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' Revolving Charge Aeeo^j pay nothing down 1/3 V" ** each month and NO CARRYING CHAR MORRIS BROS. 70 L FUOIM



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Pcge 14 A +Jewlsi>ncrldton Hille! Participates In National Fete In %  c onjunction with the nationwide "Religion in American Life" program Nov. 10 at the University oi Miami, iiiiici Foundation will s] asor an affair entitled "Par on Parade Hillel members will MTVC Bl to professors and local par in an endaawor to introduce the guests with one another and to familiarize them with the manifold Hillel program. Walter Sklar will act as master ol ceremonio during a short pro jTram. Guest speakers Will include Rabbi Morris Shop, Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti and George Hechter, lather of the editor of the Hillel newspaper, who will discuss the need for forming a Hillel Parents group. Hillel choir, under the direction ol Mi~-Clair Cohen, will sing two selections, and the student Zionist Organization will give a folk dance demonstration Dr. Donald Michelxm. Hillel director, will welcome guests The affair will take place at the Hillel Foundation Prize-Winning Film Slated Youth Aliyah luncheon in the Colony restaurant at noon. Nov. 14. will feature a film. "Shulamith Meets Tomorrow.'" awarded first prize by the American Film Assembly Golden Reel Film Festival in April Speaker will be Mrs Samuel z. Sakraii Mt Scopus Hades.-ah is hostess. Ray man Says He Bases Candidacy On His Past Record Morej A Rayman, candidate lor the Miami Citj Commission in Group :*. Is basing his campaign OH hirecord in CIVIC activitic governmental experience. A 86-year-old Miami attorney, be lives with hi wife an d twi children at Itt SW 18th -t Rayman thi: week emphasiz ed inactivities as co-chairman ol t h a Bmergencs Consumers Mill Committee, whe fought a | I llUl the Slate Milk Commission over high milk rates and which resulted in the Commission giving up price controls on milk; his fight in defeating the attempted abolishment of the City of Miami during the consolidation battle of 1953: his fight in 1954 when he was among leaders in the fight to end slave labor of Puerto liican migratOTJ farm workers in the South Dade area; as special investigator for the Dade county sheriff's office in 1952 when he was instrumental in forming the first Juvenile Bureau of that division. As deputy commissioner for the film to be Shown Southeast region premier of if (yi Faujj," p film starring Men and iponsored by the National Federation ol Temple Brotherhoods, will be shown W daj evening following aervio remple Israel, Albert Hlrach, lent ol the Men'Chit) ol the national executive I ol the Federation, announced W ednesday. Sylvan Lebow, national executive director <'i the organisation, will DC guest speaker. Hindi said Reception will follow the filrh showIng Physiciam' Wives Hear Talk Physicians' Wive* < inb oi Great er MJajni met We.utr.sday evening at the home i.t Mr*. Manning .1 Rosnick. 2420 SW 5th ave. Mrs Em mie S Hayes, of the Miami Public Library, reviewed 'dit from the Sea." by Ann Morrow Lindbergh 3v mbe, ] THE WEEK IS I SEE IT Continued from Pag* 4 A ''"r;;;!" 1 ,^ AJjjjji may be victorious .„ thli war, bactaaa at neh me the^Arabs will never rise aga n therafore knou that those '""': %  retrain from helping Roosevelt or taking part In %  war winch he brought upon his countr) %  • -•*• %  AXIS VICTORY WOULD SOLVE ZIONIST PROBLEM Arab reliability" upon which Mr Byroad* and Mr Dulles ham an ly proves^the farce further m The Record ol Coll. ,rat o. jI Farouk of Egypt with the Nazis and Their Ally, the Mufti worn ted to the l N ,„ June 1048 "Joachim von Ribbentrop, V„i Foreign to the Egyptian Ambassador in Teheran iS !" -""" '" %  "" '-'-k lor hi. .on.idential dis i "' '"" "'•'' "Pen the discovery that Egypt's secret '" •' l "" ::; Bovernmen, wh icn would be loyal toUw Allies \ h %  -ha. who was called upon to form a new governmenj hi,, affirms -• %  ^ A:-;; m \ h 'l v > '";"'" B h" published March 24. 1943 In Bar "7 ''•"/' '" 1UlW 'rovin emiasarie InS and to 'Zp'e'u i r'; i, ,1 r ,"""" U, r i"!* "' U,,, • *** teeAwhip ana to chargei this leadership with AnU-Allied sentiments Military •mcbook o Middle East Headquarter, ... British toteUUjence" *£ that the overwhelming majorit) oi Syrian and Lebanese polrtical D f Zwere pro-Nati and had c connectionwith the .e ,, n ^ N shows that these nationdeclare,) war on the Axis m KbroaS order to qualify for IN membership r.rruarv. i 5 5. in And Ibn Saud. of Saudi Arabia. President RooaMmlf. „,„ cellent friend, threatened war if the T,an-,ordan.an 'o ,~ ^Z'l IK Red Sea and the o.lr.ch protectorate of Kuwait were no returned 0 heir rightful Saudian owners He also made no secret of the fact Documents discovered in the Axis arrhi c ... %  v. These are great peoples, our Arab "All.ev Their latest deal wiih the communists proves that their traditional integrity ha,dgSlntS one 10ta Th should hearten Mr Byroade and Mr. Dulles Florida Industrial Cotnmiaakm, man s.;i as judge of the Work menCompensation Division during I0M and 1955. As Boxing. Commissioner for the Cit> of Miami. Rayman says he "fought to exempt the AAU Golden Gloves Non-profit amateur bouts from the city's Boxing Commission jurisdiction." A University of Miami Law graduate. Rayman saw service in the Pacific during World War II. serving aver five years in the U.S. Army Air Force. He has been very active in civic, social and charitable organizations. Rayman has been a recording secretary for the Zionist Organization of America for two years and was recently installed vice president of the ZOA District for this coming year. He is a Mason, board member of I the ACLl'. member of the Florida j Bar and the Dade County Bar As-! sociation. He is the State trustee for the Fraternal Order of Police Associates and vice president of the Greater Miami Democratic Club He has been active in the Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce for the past few years, concentrating on better relations between labor and management. & -enmg 1 ? 0 3 torium of the Zi S Redman, presS'* %  BBSklH STAND-UP GUY WHO WILL FIGHT FOR YOU! \ fl V Elect JAMES W. YOUR MIAMI CITY GROUP COMMISSIONER 2 LEYB, 8A I PA Pol. Atx.r m ELECT DONALD F. FROST CITY COMMISSIONS • Attorney • Civic Lender • Member B'nni B'rrtfc • Moose Lodge • Downtown Optimist (lei, VOTE FOR FROST IN NOVEMI GROUP ? PULL LEVER 7 A il'.l li.l Ail\ I QUI66 WILL GETITDONE ram/ Re-Elect H. Lesile Quigg rotw "Cfr tr ooNf" MIAMI cur COMMISSION !" Pull Lever 11A Nov. 15 tW Pal .v.iv j % w % % % % % I I I % i % i i % I For FUTURE PLANNING with TIME SCHEDULED REJlii T^i met CHAS. F. (CHARLIE) GROUP CIJY COMMISSIOMCD PULL THE LAST LEVER — 20-A I I'J. lo| Adv.) 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L^ikis %b*JSiLOxM**n Folias and Mint Julep Invade West Miami Jewish Center -J l.m Plot 1 B Toitlnr It. .11 r.. _Page 5B rtci Continued from P-l* 1 %  bar Act II. which is the minstrel por%  Station, features Sam Gordon, Jerry Kcllir Elwood Goldberg, Sid Pascal, Al l m and Jesse T.-itlcr y cborus win nature Estelle Bender. Berjlich. Mildred Scherer, Blanche Berlin, lone mine Myers, Zeldl Jncobowitz, Harriet Mrs. Sam Gordon, of 5870 SW nth ir I. ,r are planning a barbecue luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ida Jaffee. 185 SW 11 ter.. on Thursday noon! Nov. 17. Mrs. Milton Yaffee, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Al Zatlin, Mrs. George Liebman, Mrs. Minna U-vine. Mrs. Otto Bernatsky. Mrs. Stevie.Kline. MM. Nathan SjiegeJ, tnan Mrs George Walbaum. Mrs. Harry Brandt. Zimbler. Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Hurwitz in Review Mrs. B. Leon Hurwitz reviewed the best seller, "Captain Dreyfus." at a meeting ol ibe Sisterhood of .Zamdra Jewi^J D*tr*-1feinesday evening. %  k* % %  ting up for "Sha Sha der Rebel Gehat" are (leh to right) Dresner, Helen Burrows and Bernyce Gordon. The Yidbinstrel goes on the boards m^ West Miami Jewish Cenirurday and Sunday evening, "^Nov. 12 and 13. IVith Chapters Slate Affairs Here Workshop on problems of domocracj will be printed by the ","•' Gables chapter of B'nai I nth on \„v 16 at the home of Ml Natalie Green, 720 Majorca %  ve Subjects in the field of human relations to he discussed are "D. negation and the Public Schools." "McCarranWalter ImmigratIM Act" and "Child and His I Prejudice." Participants in the workshop Who are members of the Coral Gables chapter are Mrs. Gertrude i Marx, abs. Rosalind Bretton, Mr' Natalie Green and Mrs. Edith,-Wagner. Workshop is being coordinated by Miss Friscilla Kosenfo1d.edueaj tional director. Florida regional ; office of the Anti-Defamation ; Laagoa of Bnai B'rith. North Dade chapter of Bnai B'rith women will hold a membership tea on Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, at the home of Sally Epstein, 1240 NE 152nd st Her co-hostesses will be Lynn Gale and Anna Weiss. OPINING IN DECEMBER SQNNTA0PS FEJkMiNGO KOSHKti RESTAIRA\T 743 WASHINGTON AVENUE % % Phone JE 1-9952 Serving the finest food at Reasonable Prices CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS NO PARTY TOO LARGE NO PARTY TOO SMALL MIAMI BEACH Under Rabbinical Supervision < J 4 < rseilles HOTEL on the ocean 1741 COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach Completely Air-Conditioned and Heated FREE PARKING announcing THE REOPENING OF THE DINING ROOM under personal supervision of ABE GEFTER, well-known kosher caterer since 1945 Friday Traditional Dinner — Complimentary Sacramental Wine DIETARY LAWS AND SABBATH OBSERVED (full-time Mashgiach; Aooroved byGreater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Dir. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, Du. Prime Rib Steak-Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus $3 OValY Also Modified American Plan, choice ocean-front and ocean-view corner rooms-$6, none higher. Includes full-course breakfast or brunch and dinner until Dec. 16th. Also catering to parties, Bar Mitzvabs, Banquets and weddings. Complete Banquet Table Only $3. Bnai B'rith Women of Miami!. 0 fif SHOWN FOR FIRST TIME HIRE ring for Brandeis Women Will be Installed Officers i ulm, The Story of in full color [shown lor the first time in this area at the aniBeetinol the National Committee ol Brandeis latemoon. Nov. 18, at the Roman's Club. wicr. (Ii~l.iuui>lied NBC [television announcer and IWor of the Boston Sym|0rthe:ia broadcasts, will I the film, announces Mrs. Ginsburg. president of l>P I will be served at 1 p.m., M>i Irving Lehman will tofficerv At the eonclusion I half-hour showing of the Ginsburg will anCelebrofe 55fh Anniversary MrSimon R. Blatteis, 'Shore dr. Miami Beach, fneir 55th wedding anni[With a dinner at the Sax% Friday T*> a retired physician, iood Group |be Models E* 1 1 rve M m( |,,| >' r 0n ow which will feagjnu.1 Sisterhooj day P b.Merlu,o,| of Temple Tn.'h '' lnesd<, J no ". *L. remp,e ban< u L5& 0 Mrs "* %  • •jHne. chairman of the *g£ the^^ following modgnjan Arkin, Mrs n ar lonR, rhom s Gerard, [fis £ '"'" ,,,orce Mrs. BSJfc M,l,( Jacobs, B """'lack ; ln ,l Mrv Ru(h Lift* wil conduct and | '• *'" furnish the J^niment co-chairtin S B St "" '" %  "orations. nounce award* to ladies lor Brandeis membership achievement. Mrs. Alexander Koqan is pro gram chairman for the afternoon, and Mrs. Aaron Farr is in charge of arrangements. Pouring will be the three vice presidents of the women's committee, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Mrs. Meyer Kggnatz and Mrs. Kogan, and also the past president, Mrs. Harold Turk Being installed, in addition, are Mrs Sidney Schwartz, treasurer. I | Mrs. Sam Silver, recording secre jtary; Mrs. John Temple, corresponding secretary; Mrv Morris Burk, assistant COrrespendJBg sec retary; Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, I financial secretary; Mrs. Joseph Liplon, assistant financial secreI practiced for 50 years in Brooklyn, I N.Y., at which time, on his retirement, a dinner was given him by his Mends and colleagues at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City. He was chief of medical service at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and is now consulting physician there. His daughter, Mrs. Edward Werner, of Great Neck, L.I.. Ii flying in for this party, as well as Ml KM and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Blatteis. of Great Neck tary; Mrs. Harry Platoff. auditor; and Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs | Irving Lehrman, chaplains. (hudhSLdi, FRENCH ITALIAN CUISINE by JOHN FRIGGI Matl kofi '-5 i /''/ 1658 Alton Rd. JE 8-9925 \ NICK & ANTOINETTE'S RESTAURANT CUCiNA CASAUNGA • Real Italian Home Cooking < WINE and BEER 1624 N.E. 1st Court FREE PARKING Phone 82-9375 Royal Hungarian i yg£) Restaurant 731 Washington Aveiue, Miami Beach CelvbratvH UH Tenth Annirernaru and Imranti Re-opt>ning Thursday. Thanksgiving Dag iYorf-ffiiVr 'Jilh. at 4 p.m. BtAUTIFULLY Rf.DKORATf.0 fSPtCIAUY fOR THIS OCCASION ALL DRINKS AND NOSHERAIEN ON THE HOUSE Your Hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss, look forward to the pleasure of greeting you FOR RESERVATIONS CALL JE 8-5401 NO SKILL NEEDED u ,^ Just mix and bake DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES make the cake! Wbit^M Mil •*•• Cake kb* Devil's Fte* I** • Siferkrea* Mix Pound Cake Mil Homy %  Sptei Cikt Mil Dr. and Mrs. M a M l h i GOOD NEWS FOR MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH I ft I: M MERE OPE \ t IS t. 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Pcge 10 A *jmmBf&esm: %  =£!**• Nnmb* Local Bureau Council to Assist in Marking Jewish Book Month Here wish Book Month, focusing the ; tt ntion of the Jewish community he importance of Jewish pubions of the past year, will ba celebrated nationally and locally ir-.m Nov. 4 through Dec. 4 he local Jewish Hook Council. •: nested by the Bureau of Jewish Education, has planned a fiveapproach to Jewish Book ih in Greater Miami. The local ( mill is 0 critic, who is now celebrating his 80th birthday, will discuss the outstanding Yiddish books of 1955 Dr Mukdoni's reviews appear in all leading Yiddish journals, and his • War-aw and I.ud" was recently published Dr Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, will chair the rally, and Rabbi Jonah Caplan will bring greetings from the Kneseth The rail) is open to the general public 111 \ aV> ^V-i *>*r K/1 ^ fl w Steering committee of the Council of PTA's of the Jewish schools of Greater Micahi planning an annual workshop to be held Nov. .30 and Dec. 1 at Beth David, featuring a presentation by Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, nationally known author and educator on "Jewish Home and School." Standing are Mesdames Isidore Bakst, Beth David; Irving Sussman, Coral Gables Jewish Center; Benjamin Greene, Temple Emanu-El and president of the PTA Council; Raphael Yunis, Temple Emanu-El; Ben Fabric, North Shore Jewish Center. Seated are the Mesdames 'Volunteens' Assist With Sinai Duties "Volunteen" is going to become an important word in the City ot Miami Beach "Volunteen" is the name given I t -he teen age volunteers ot the Ull"'^., ,h e f a,he '" of two chil Women's Auxiliary ot Mt Sinai Waldman's Crown Hotel Appoints Managing Head Appointment ol Samuel Waldman as managing director of the newly renovated Waldman's Crown hotel was announced Wednesday by his father. Joseph Waldman. president of the realty corpora tion that owns the hotel Young Waldman will continue to serve amanaging director ot the Murida hotel at Long Beach, 1.1. and general manager of the Victor hotel on Miami Beach. A graduate of Yeshiva IniverMty m 1945 with a BA degree in political science. Waldman is Plans to raise funds for construction of the new Mt. Sinai hospital building aie outlined by chairman Dan B. Ruskm (right), hospital president Max Orovitz (left) and vice president Samuel Fnedland. The Advanced Gifts division kicked off its Fall drive at a dinner meeting of top communal leaders. Over SI,775,000 have been raised toward the $4,000,000 goal, Ruskin announced. Manuel Smith, Beth David; Edwin Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center, Mendelsohn. North Shore Jewish Jack August, North Dade Jewish Co* Workshop discussion leaders include dames Leon Kronish, Harold Berney, L Lehrman, Harry Fertig, Irving Kapka, jamin Greene. Consultants to the include Saul Rabin. Louis Kisner, Greenberg and Louis Schwartanan! tive director of the Bureau of Jewish tion, which is co-sponsoring the ral workshop. IMPORTANT NOTICE! In deference to the Nov. II Israel Bond Dinner for Prime Minister of MOSHE SHARETI the Denny-Zacharias Debate on "SHOULD RED CUM K ADMITTED 10 MlIK? will be moved ahead to Sunday, November 134 8 pm., at TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Avenue Miami Beach Open to the General Admission SI.00 50c for Children Farmer Governor Filler Wem' act at moderator of tot Histadrut Announces Young Adult Group in r.Viami h> -pital. I'nder the leadership of Mr-. Harry Smith, volunteens will have their fall membership tea in the Memorial room of the hospital Miss Barbara director of the Bloom. Israel assistant Histadrut dren. Kliot and Karen. He lives at 4401 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach The hotel, formerly the Lord L amp a, 5_ n Wednc%da y announced Tarleton. is now undergoing a $1. 750,000 refurbishing program i preparation for it> next month in opening early Saturday afternoon Bdri Smith is the daughter of M: Louis Krensky. past president '4 the hospital's Women's AuxilI Volunteens help in various dements throughout the hospital and in many capacities. In the Snack Bar they wait on tables In the Gift Shop they act as aatsa girls. In the pharmacy, they fill and label pill bottles. In Central Supply, they roll bandages and prepare surgical equipment. As nursBernstein is a graduate of ing clerks, they answer rotary tele-1 H." 4, ifJC R ity of Miami. _1946. holding primes and run errands, and Bernstein Named General Agent George Bernstein, of 4400 SW 14th st.. has been appointed general agent for the Protective Life Insurance Company, with offices at 2146 Ponce de Leon blvd Coral Gables Bernstein the formation of the Histadrut young adults committee. Thcmmitee is open to all young adults. 20 to 40 years old. who wish to participate as sponsors in the planning of a city wide program for young adults in the Greater Miami area. Miss Bloom re vested. Social evening which will include dancing, a prize winnmg Ls raeh movie in Technicolor and a speaker from New York Is the present activity of the commit tee. the library they help arrange books and catalogue them for the pleasure of the patients. These are but a iw of the diversified and valuable services. At the fall membership tea. a new booklet entitled "Tips for volur'eers" will be presented to the girls to use as their guide in their \s> -k. Beth Israel Youth Groups the BBA degree At the u'of M.'he Lawicli Activities Program was a member of Iron Arrow. Extra rnrri~.l., .>3.._ He Levin now Arrow, is past president of Isaac I Lodge. B'nai Brith. and is a member of Coral Gables Lodge. He is also a member of the | Jewish War Veterans Bernstein belongs to the National Association of Life Under writers. He is married, and he and bis wife. Adele. have two children. Janis and Linda. Extra cumcular program of Beth Israel Congregation Hebrew school will commence this weekend, announced Dr Irwin Makow sky, chairman of the board of education. Beth Israel youth groups will have their first Oneg Shabbat Saturday at 3 p.m. in the synagogue On Sunday, at 9:30 am Beth Israel youth groups will have their first joint service to be followed by a breakfast. GOOD NEWS FOR MIAMI AND MIAMI BtACH • PHEMiERE PEN EN* THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 24th ot 2 p* mi nut or Kosjffi MSTMMITS 940 71st Str*t Miami Btfdi Opposite tht Foo'* (Normeao'y bit) HNEST IH Itt* CUISIHE tcrr OHII r "* Boot Koohor Chefe undor poroo ">** of tho ttmsui BARNEY O.CTARY LAWS OBSERVE Proporod by th BTBICT4.Y KOSMCB Uader Kmhkimktl SvpenrisJaa a* Vowd M o sia n t*. of Af io Hi tarowl %  •fcki hssc H. tver frn** NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS U*Gf *J FOR PARTIES, BAR MITZVAHS, WEDDIHGS1 1 ^ KM UMBVATMNS MtOWI UN a-*** Air Conditioned plenty o( f" p.rmnf



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^^Mfcrftfta '17 .jUflWU" ficials tfNIVfffS.TffS Are Among Sponsors eshiva's Einstein Medical School Page 7 A numbers, eighf gators and 23 ovamong the 1000 govfcijk educators, sc.cnn muni:v leaders sponedication of America's id] school, the Albert ^e of MedieiM of %  was an athaniel L. Goldstein. Itbebaardol overseers "chairmen of the ColDelegates (cation of jrhood B!dg. of the Building for Kg* headquarters of 'Conference <>f Chrisat 43 West 57th ["York, highlighted the puai nweting of the orIrhich opened Tuesday, Jug for Brotherhood, need by James M Lof the Florida NC -winner Dr. Ralph J. er Secretary General I Nations, and ChancelHeald of New York [headed a national com(arranging the annual and the dedication conducted the [the Air and the Hugh tSantorum Choir in the j Freedom." a new work opland. Cornelia Otis fcor and actress, gave i "Listen to the Peoi Vincent Benet. Goldstein, of Coni Je>hurun. gave the I Rt. Rev Monsignor Drew of the St. omeo Pari>h. dclivedietion. gate> attending the |meeting were Dr. and H. Cunningham. Mr. i Blank. Mr. and Mrs. BroiMon. Mr. and ite, Mrs. Louis Urs. Carl WcinWeissbuch. &f egeMWgde vice president Richard M. Nixon* Governor A*erell Harrimafl of M?w York. Senator Herbert II Lehman. MayorTlohert P Wagner, Adlai E. Stevenson. Thomas E. Dewey. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, George Meany, Walter P. Reuther and Eddie Cantor. The dedication of the college, the first medical school established under Jewish auaplre* In America, took place on the College campus in New York City. The Albert Einstein Medical Col lege, which opeped its doors to its first class of student* last month, is the core of a net* $100,000,000 "Medical City," which includes the I $40,000,000 Bronx Municipal HosI pital Center constructed by the 1 City of New York and a $45,000,000 Psychiatric Hospital to be built by the State of New York. Cabinet members among the sponsors are Ezra Taft Benson. Secretary of Agriculture; Marion B. Folsom, Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare; Douglas McKay, Secretary of Interior: and James P. Mitchell, Secretary of Labor. The following Senators are incrtided on the sponsoring committee: Alben W. Barkley, Clifford P. Case, Irving M. Ives. Estes Kefauver, John F. Kennedy, Warren G. Magnuson, Wayne Morse and James E. Murray. Governors serving on the Sponsoring Committee include Victor E. Anderson, Nebraska; LeRoy Collins, Florida; George N. Craig, Indiana: Phil M. Donnelly, Missouri; Lane Dwinell, New Hampshire; James E. Folsom, Alabama; Orville L. Freeman. Minnesota; Marvin Griffin, Georgia; Christian A. Herter, Massachusetts; Leo A. Hoegh. Iowa; Edwin C. Johnson, Colorado; Walter J. Kohler. Wisconsin; Arthur B. Langlie. Washington; George M. Leader, Pennsylvania; J. Bracken Lee, Utah; Theodore R. McKeldin. Maryland; Robert B. Meyner, New Jersey; Edmund S. Muskie. Maine: Paul Patterson, Oregon; Abraham Ribi-; coff, Connecticut; Dennis J. Ro-, berts, Rhode Island; Milward L.| Simpson, Wyoming: and G. Mennen Williams, Michigan. Yeshiva University is celebrating its 10th Anniversary as America's first university under Jewish auspices. With 15 schools and divisions offering undergraduate and graduate #vograms for 3,000 men and women, leading to a variety of degrees in the arts, sciences and Jewish studies, from Bachelor of Arts to Doctor of Philosophy; 4 auxiliary services serving the total American Jewish community and 4 famous scholarly publications; Yeshiva University, although founded in 1886, has had its greatest period of academic and physical growth in the past ten years under the inspired leadership of its illustrious president, Dr. Samuel Rifkin. Shown above are some of the major physical facilities. Buildings No. 1, 4, 8 and 9 are located at the Main Academic Center, Amsterdam ave. and 186th st. in Washington Heights, N.Y. Nos. 5 and 7 are Brooklyn secondary schools. No. 6 is the Stern College for Women building in midtown New York, and No. 3 is the new Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx. Brandeis University Dedicates Unique Three-Chapel Group The Albert Einstein Medic:il Col-, united States were dedicated lege is co-educational and comhere Oct. 30. pletely non-sectarian in its selecThe chapels, separate buildings WALTHAM, Mass.—Three sepa-; and extends the use of the chapel irate chapels at Brandeis I'niverto other religious faiths. Brandeis. : sity—only religious grouping of Jewish founded but nonsectarian, its kind on a college campus in the I thus offers equal religious facilities to the three major faiths represented on campus." Dr. Abram Named Director Jiers Hotel Mtt has been appointed for at the Aleiers ho"8 to owners ix-w Keosner and Dave LevinNov 1. Barnett and 'rill take over the [> the Aladdin room, L 'H Play for dancing 9 :30 to closing and musical accompani. %  wthat feature dif|ech night in the supllb piano styling! are I local music lovers.. M years he's been Miami scene, thefn has been feaf"; Soud, the Saxf"> Quarter He is weal musician to T> program on wow that fasted Pkyed piano with !" lr >Buss,. and ln Chicago, he s the ches, V-Rumba Casino tion of faculty a#d studentThe 56 young men and women constituting the first class, selected without consideration of racial, religious or national origin, come from all sections of the country catory address. The Justice is a grandson of the former U.S. Sufor use by students of the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish faith, were dedicated at a formal academic convocation. Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan delivered the dediand abroad ***. He studied 8 Conservatory Wmst with the ^jfago Cons T* 1 Pianist fc;^-traw h ;n Wer ftt,? Women's w *ng a covprcme Court Justice of the same name, for whom the Protestant Chapel has been named. With the dedication of the three chapels, Brandeis University makes a sharp departure from tradition. "Usually when a college or university founded by a particular denomination erects a chapel, it does so in the image of the host group. Sachar, president, observed. An integral portion of the three j cum in Rome. He Chapel area is its interfaith com-'French mon ground, where the three faiths can be expected to worship Emeritus of Princeton University. A specialist in the scholastic system of St. Thomas Aquinas, he has lectured on Thomist philosophy at the Universities of Louvain. Geneva, Fribourg. Milan, Bonn. Oxford, Santander. Chicago and the Angeliwas former to the Holy See. Dr. Paul Johannes Tillich. Proof UniLear School Announces Senior High School Faculty as Programs Expand ered dish luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Berke, 143 NW 47th ter., on Nov. 15. Mrs. Harry Tischler, vice presi• 10 years. U Miami Beach, were announced andria. Ala.. tor ^l^.J^ WPdnesdav by Mrs. Ida R. Lear, a magna cum laude graduate of Butler University, is an extensive traveler and in addition to his nine years of teaching spent 10 years with Army Intelligence utilizing his ability in languages. Goldthwaite, a Harvard graduate and former instructor there, is by Mrs. Ida R. Lear, school director. Headed by Mrs. Gladys Strom as school supervisor and teacher of | business education, the faculty includes Mrs Patricia Cabrera, English and drama; F. J. Funke. languages: James Goldthwaite, mathematics and science; Miss Esther V. Kaufman. English and social studies; John Lee, art and recreation, and George Roth, music. Mrs. Strom, who has taught business subjects at Lear School for a graduate of Boston Mrs. Harry Tiscnier. vice i*~ — — r i„ino for her dent of the Greater Miami chapter' University and is training for her of Women's American ORT. who ] M asters degref in English and recently attended the 13th biennial! ho ogy at Harvard University. convention New York, will be *\ v Cabrera j s a graduate of guest speaker. m "" as one in those ceremonies where lessor of Philosophical Theology at it is appropriate. Baccalaureate ex-, the Union Theological Seminary of ercises. Thanksgiving services and j New York City. Author of a numsimilar events will be held in thisjber of books on the philosophy of area i religion, he has served on the faHonorary degrees were confer-[cutties of the University of Marred upon representatives of the burg University of Dresden UniCatholic. Protestant and Jewish I versi >-of Leipzig. University faiths "whose explorations in the | Frankfurt-am Main service of truth." Sachar declared, versify of Berlin, "have helped to illumine the paths Dr. Leo Baeck. Professor at the of their fellow men." Hebrew Union College, Jewish InReceiving honorary degrees were stitute of Religion in Cincinnati. Dr Jacques Maritain. Professor Author of a number of books on the subject of Judaism, Dr. Baeck is president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. The Jewish Chapel has been named in memory of Mendel and Leah Berlin, parents of Dr. David D. Berlin, Boston surgeon. Its religious dedication took place on Sept. 11, with Rabbi Judah Nadich of Congregation Kehillath Israel of Brookline conducting the ceremonies. The Catholic Chapel has been named Bethlehem by Archbishop Richard J. Gushing of Boston who celebrated the first mass at dedication ceremonies of the Chapel on Sept. 9. The Protestant Chapel, which the author of numerous newspaper and magazine articles and has been was religiously dedicated on the the advisor on two science motion morning of Oct. 30, has been named for former Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan whose famous dissent against the Supreme Court decision to set up separate facilities for colored and white in the country's elementary' pictures. Miss Kaufman is a member of the Florida and Dade county Bar Associations and. as a member of Nu Beta Epsilon, honorary legal fraternity, was one of the first women students to be admitted to schools has been vindicated in the a legal fraternity anywhere in the | Supreme Court's revocation of the country. ruling this year.



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Page 4 B Hadassah Groups Plan Monthly Meetings as Book Month Highlighted Monthly meeting of the Hen Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern at the piano rietta Szold group of Hadassah will be held on Monday afternoon. Nov. 14. at the Delano hotel. Mrs. Sam Frankel. group president, will report on the 41st national Hadassah convention in ("hi cago. Mrs. Ehiel Lcsowodcr will speak on her recent trip to bratl Mrs. Sonia Waist, folk singer, will lead a community sing with Albert Einstein group ol Hadai sah will hold its iseond RMCtinf Nov. 12 at the North Hade Jtwisfa Center Subject for the afternoon will be an educational enlighten ment on Youth Aliyah Mrs Arthur Willina is chairman • • • Hannah Sencsch group 1 Ha Left to right are Mrs. Kate Meidenberg. Mrs. Frieda Kalstein and Mrs. David S. Denner. Mrs. Meidenberg served as sponsor of a luncheon honoring Mrs. Kalstein in the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Denner read the invocation. SIXTY OF MR F R IENDS ATTtND Surprise Testimonial Fetes Mrs. Kalstein A surprise tcinnuni.il luncheon was tendered MM Frieda Kalstein 1 Sui Women tuxilian ol the Jewish Home for the I and the Israeli group oi Hadassah. With no friends attendin hotel function. Mn Kalstein was lauded "for her man> jrean irviec to the cause <>i Israel and to local philanthrope A l Kalstein Gacden," Mma )ixt trees planted in Israel, wu made to the honoree i>> MrLra Krivitsen, president of the Israeli group of Hadassah. Mn Sol Silverman, chairman of the dav. presented Mn Kalstein with an inscription in the Golden Book of the Home (or the Aged other gifts were tendered on behalf of the group b) Mrs Kate Meiden berg, sponsor of the luncheon. Mrs David S Denner read the invocation as chairman of the ban quet. %  Ml will hold a regular meeting at the Shelborne hotel on Monda\ aiternoon. Nov. 14. President Mis Jack Falk. who has just returned from the na1 1 ,. n.i! convention in Chicago, will present %  detailed report on the important decision made A musical program, arranged by program chairman Mrs. David Elkmd. will close the meeting. • • Deborah Croup of Hadassah will have a luncheon meeting on Mondav noon. Nov. 14. at the Algiers hotel. Report on the national convention will bt given by president Mrs. Sain TarU A film entitled "Enemies ol Israel" will Inshown. • • • Regular meeting of the Israeli group "l Hadassah will be held on \..v 14 noon at the Algiers hotel In honor of Jewish Book Month, H Leonard will review his k Americans All." • • • Torah group'a regular meeting Monday afternoon. Nov. 14 at the home of Mrs Sam Weisaal, 4620 Granada blvd., Coral Gablea, will hear M;s Louil Goldman, chapter isanCenter coordinator, apeak on Hadassah s Medical Organization and the new Medical (enter. \ Monologue reading bj Mrs Albert Rosenthal will also be 1 \Ir Jack Donner will lead the group in song. • • Rabbi Yaakov (i Ro a c n bcr Beth David, will lx' nucst speaker at the regular meeting of Menorah group oi Hadasaah Nov. H at the (Oral Cables Jewish Center. Mombars vvill find on display exhibits celebrating Jewish Book Month. • • • • Mi Scopui group ol Hadassah I will devote its November meeting j and program to Youth Aliyah. Mt Scopus Youth Aliyah committee i planning a luncheon and program at the Colony restaurant at noon on Monday. Nov 14. MrSamuel / Sakrais, v ic,4 m*m DINNER FROM $1.35 1141 WASHINGTON AVL Of POUT I my M Of* Dally I1 i .m.ai ^ "YI CITY MAIL MIAMI IEACN Lorber Chapter Hoars Talk Following Temple's Services Thursday noon at the Robert Clay hotel, Lorber chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asth matic Children, heard Dr Florence \\ eehsberg speak on The Role of the Female —A Cross Cultural Comparison." New members junder the direction of Mrs. Leonard Wollman presented a skit. Mrs. Harold Solomon is president of the group. mer: Mrs. Morris Miller. Mrs Maurice Kovnat. Mrs. Harry Boonshaft and Mrs. Herman Angerman. • • • Naomi group of Hadassah is having tiicir regular meeting onday evening, Nov. 14, at the Colony restaurant. Participating in ;i panel tHafUHJUB on the functions of Hadassah will be Mrs. Arthur Pckelncr. Mrs. Irwin Lias and Mn Samuel Sakrais. 4t %  -_• '" "•' %  /A THf fCOD ^ ROSEDALE 170 N.W. FIFTH STRUT PAR EXCELLENCE Cloud M Wtineiimy The Only Avfhenlic French ttitaurant "in Miami ft 1 raaaal Tjjfjuun "7 Good Foo; 1225 Wash". -Miami Beat w ml****vaoonffi ^ <*i< i. Jncomporoble atmosphere for nftiflttay PARTIES Wtf m AflfttVCRSAIICS FAMILY ULESMTIMS w i0m+ ***** MMl th perfect tetiing fot! OtUCE PARTIES ***• PRTIES> CfCAfAll GITIERIMCS Wf mUjff^ APKCTfD IT* THE DELANO HOTEL MEMMR DMIRS CLUR MIAM'



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11, 1955 !^H^/fer/cfe#7 '• kVV leaders prepare for county-wide Page 13 A MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd {. Phone MO 1-8201 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. ~— Drutz. Town Branch; Rochelle Mindel, Coral Gables; Nancy Tauber and Betty Block, Flagler-Granada. Standing (left to right) are Bob Kasse, Town Branch; Arnold Levy, Coral Gables; Mike Goldstein and Danny 11, for this large gathering ci Bakst. Beach Branch. Delegates from North five different locations in Greal^tteiJrVere not present. Sealed (left to right) are Bobbi ige |ve, which will be the. second annual [of its type to be sponsored by the L Micmi Jewish Community Center. peering committee set the date of SunAgers to Participate in Annual iciave Sponsored by Center Group r's Tpcn Asers — Tomor\ formal keynote ession to hear der-" was elected as the ( major address by a Hi|*>t speaker. Miami's Leading Serving the Jewish MIAMI'! ONI AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATMING UCIUSIVILY ro THE mm Memorial Dealers" Community Since 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I X> GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TSTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I All Monuments Custom Made in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I shop chairmen. The entire event will l)o conducted at the Center's Town Branch Representatives on the Steering committee are Town Branch: Bob Kjsse. Bobbie Drutz; Beach} Branch: Mike Goldstein, Danny, %  ifce.second annual teen' /^ 7,T" ; Baks : Flagler GranadaNancy i %  be sponsored by l Major part of the ,fter„oon w.ll be. Taubcr ^ ^ ^ ^ taken up with the workshops. Arno d Uvy RocheUe Mindc| .' There will be a dinner which win) North Dade: PhyUla Cohen Carol be followed by reports from work. Schulman. 3277 .79-81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Nexf TO Corner at 33rd Avenue HI 6-5921 PHONES: ] „, 4.5,22 ;t" Miami Jewish Com on Sunday, Dec. 11, ftommith •• %  telegaies of Fs five different locade county Bob Kasse HMT *' ere elected co-1 Mhi yen's conclave. I jgee will bring to-1 irhundred delegates) kjge clubs sponsored | Inch serves over 1.0001 Lregularly organized ^niuKhou! the year. | j oi.th (inference is. %  p annual clearing I [Vchatigc of experiences tinou.clubs so that | ^ %  n'mini; may be I the year Sear, the steering commitprranged a series of seven which are designed to leadership and more 'future citizens. WorkI feature a how to do it" will relj largely on Mtations by teen agers 1 their own club experittf the workshop! in[flub Presidents' Work[How to Conduct a Good faction," '-How to con•Odilu!> Meeting," "How i>fc>ur Idi i hip Prob!" *to Carrj Out a ComIfcrvict Program," "How w tour Fund Raising I and "Sunand Dance! up. will gather for #• %  %  Complete and Dependable Title Service JAM! TITLE iQktractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 1 Title Insurance Policies of Kama* City TJtlt Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus I Reserves txceed $3,000,000 124 SHOHELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 STOP WISHING. START HAViG! Courteous LKftieient Oignitied Service NEWMAH-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL < < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 :' Edward T. man Funeral Director 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH Dade Rumenls, Inc. 10 *-W. Sth STREET *•* HI 42018 I Exclusively to the Jewish Clientele J* Miami's leading "" *ni/inenf Dealers Sava at f %* Dade k£l" (:' %  s\ ) IM HAT 'none V ;**GANS 7&9%  %  Whtrt few Jo./.-jJ tan?,"* DM*"* F,r A""'-"" -. • %  • All Offices Open O.-.e Evtning Each Week For Your Convenience. • No N-sed To Come Downtown: Throe Branch Offices Wilh Free Parking! HI 6 9931 w "01 l'l 1-s.rac, '*&{* C. IN •"•-"el 5 f> 0 i a r s 8fh S TRttT rn> A vtpur Resources Exceed 84 Million Dollars Reserves Exceed 5 Million Dollars SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONOR and DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th eve. Phone 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director



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Pcge 4 A +Jeist ncrkUan wJenisti fleriJian Published avary Friday tine* 1927 by tht Jawlah rund'an at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami 1S. Florida Entered a* second-class matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 1, 1879. The Jewish Florldian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewiah Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele, graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editerial Association. Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Sire* Telephones 2-1141 -2-8212 The JowlsA rvrl.lfan Sostt not nai MtM th Kaahmiho'th. merchandise o Year, %  Friday, November 11. 1955 Volume 29 Number 45 Heshvan 26. 5716 During The Week... A %  y LEO MINDLIN Henry Byroade is back in the news %  aaain. Ortii service post in Egypt would be tantamo... But Byroad** relatively new job as is '"^ n 8W* W £ exeremely important one He was sent thrrJ T^* !" to K because he presumably is ,„ t ^ n on jM^WM government's interest in thatVI Djroaae himself f.„i home' in Egypt. As Assistant Secretary of SI, !" mkn ^l Affairs.-he had firmty identified himself w,„ f r \ ,or **J tary aspiration and. along with Arab leaders u*,, po,i,i !sil -intrusion" of Israel there. In his current L, h V £ that Byroade and the State Dep neither'HaMp changed Their line and their tactic nor hart I results different from those in the past Most of ourforeign policy in the Near East is at least (up predicated on the fact that the Arab nations are reli they can be trusted politically and militarily Well, fly in the face of this presumptuous assumption A study the American Zionist Council last week is enlightening in tM • &f • • • ARAB RESISTANCE DEPENDED ON GOLD Entitled "Becord of Arab Attitude Toward the study breaks down Arab relations with the Allied World Wars. Speaking of the Arabs during World Jams, who worked among the Arab peoples for 18 yea* i been Governor of Sinai, said in his book. "Three Des* 4 national desire for independence was confined solely I cated Arabs in the cause, such as Feisal. and that among men this feeling wa* conspicuous by its absence T** 4 "! of keeping these patriots in the field was by payment in gou. j Dr. Carl Hermann Voss has observed in The Palestiner Today: Lirael and its Neighbors." that "most of the Arab rx| through the war for their Turkish oppressors The Palestin fought for the Turkish rule." This observation is reported to I made to Dr. Voss by Prime Minister David L !>' d 9* 1 *: scnuuwou were c*re**ed by J. de V. Loder in "The'Tnu Mesopotamia. Palestine and Syria Loder charges that Hu*i on his promise to revolt against the Turks and to assist w even alter Meatahon and Hussin had reached agreement. pendence. 'Jiiuain was waiting to make sure that he was right horse.^ ..,.In direct contrast. "Palestine: A Study of Jewish. Ana-j Policies." put out by the Esco Foundation for Pale5t '7,T! about 1.200 Jew* were recruited in Palestine, as again were remitted out of population ten times the sw Jews. In the same work: •Syrian and ^ nM c n p ~^ der \} nothing to British conquest of Palestine and Syria. u ^ Allenby. Most of them continued to fight witn me • • • THE GRAND MUFTI STILL A POPULAR FIGURE During World War II. the Arabs were even worse ^ dation study, as well as a memorandum submitted Jo^ sembly of the IN ill October, 1947. points out tru o <85.000) of the men and 40 percent (50.400) of the omen ^ in Jewish Palestine rokmteered for war service in ^ By contrast, about one percent (12.4401 of the o ^ Arabs in Palestine were recruited in the Britiso r tvsa further reduced by 50 percent during the ar f and discharges This contrasting observation gair %  > Q ^in light of the fact that Jewish contributions aie .^jJ •.ment and lHat Arab activity is based on am %  rfi In an official report of the AnglO-Ameri. published in 1948: "The Arab community in" ^T^ itself largelv indifferent to the outcome of me w< tw.ee a%  the ...wish, only 12 443 persons w The flight of the Mufti. Haj Amin el-Husse.ni. w *MJ and hi, active support of the Axis did not pj and he is probably the most popular Ann. < Ja•The Arab War Effort: A Documented Accouni. i ..an Christian Palestine Committee, revea* Cri ^ Buro dea Grosmulti." was Ml up for trie > nt a! h countries. *PT -I.. sn h-Jh Column* in the Middle East and M< from Ro^ rued countries in a bn d them <• 1943. the Grand Mufti said: "I want to r.mi ^ ^ A grants in AjnerkA) thst their efforts win Continued on P9 4A



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Page 12B >L^if young Jewhere are organizing a self-defense corps to protect Jews and their property from attacks. The extremist Arab pre-s eon!ninea violent attack against Albert Bessis Jewish member of the new Tunisian cabinet The new-paper ol the Neo Destour nationalist movement, which foUowa the Moslem Brotherhood line, complained that M Beaaia 1Ignorant of the Arabic language and demanded that he be replaced in the cabinet bv a "Moslem Arab" „. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE J KANSAS CITY .JTAV-'Kdd.e was one of the beat friends I had in this world. He was absolutely trustworthy. I don t know how i' m going to get along without him" With these words, former President Harry S. Truman paid his final salute to Eddie Jacobson. his World War I comrade, former business partner and a man whose services during the establishment of the State of Israel were once termed "of such high order that history alone shall take the full measure Mr Jacobson who was 64 years old. died on his way to Menorah hospital He had suffered a heart attack Sept 30. ATLANTA (JTA)—A charter has been issued to a new Klan orean izatioir. it was revealed here. The charter was granted to the U S Klans Knights of the Ku Klux Klan The petition for a charter was filed by Samuel Green. Jr.. son of the late leader of the old Georgia Klan Mr Green said the group would be a "secret fraternal organization whose membership rolls shall be protected.aa ^ CH .^ AC (JTA) Dr KaIman J Mann, director of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel, appealed here to the American medical profession to use its influence and prestige "to persuade Arab Dhvai cians to meet with Israel doctors in the "spirit of Geneva" to discuss mutual health problems which would result in the saving of thousands of Arab and Jewish lives annually. MEXICO CITY (JTA(-The Indian Jews of the tiny village of Venta Prieta, about 80 kilometers from here, have issued an appeal to the Jewish institutions of Mexico for aid in the rebuilding of their svna gogue which waa seriously damaged by a flood. About 50 observant Indian Jewish families live in the village, and their appeal was for 15.000 pesos ($1,150) for the repair of their synagogue, which like all buildings of the village, was made of clay and sand. BUENOS AWES (JTA)—A combined slate of all the Zionist parties swept to victory in the Buenos Aires Kehilla elections, receiving 62 percent of the total vote of 16.500. A left wing ticket obtained 28 per cent of the vote. j ^ I •. ....... OPENS TUESDAY rf Biscayne fnaugurw "^L .Here Comes SWFT7. FEATURING THE ANNUAL SEE DAILY NEWSPAPERS FOR ENTRIES \ RACES NIGHTLY Except Sundays OUINIELAS EVERY RACE DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 2nd GATES OPEN AT 6:30 PM POST TIME 800 P.M. NO MINORS ADMITTED It •• Stmt tttnvtifi MM* ?M2t fftiWt 12 Net* Slat* Sup*'v 4 %  •• ST t % 1 I r% N W *0 i*Oil %  % %  • 1* ll IT |j CO** 1 %  '!/ %  p **/. / -3' I i M .us SCHIDUUS FO* warn *• MIAMI. a u i >•;-• %  JJ"£,rtS"i f*X M t raanUr i"i-> '• ,, kin wffl north -n I" %  > "'"l;: 1 ctyCc* !" S:I5 and %  • % %  I' '" MIAMI BEACH *7;% i &r| Tour. BUM* ta*v •"• ,,,,„* Oi 7:J P' '"l'l"" ..Hi auirt Tl> @CO?^ 115th STRUT tfTWUN N. f. *"* AN 0 N W7th A*!*



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Nov nber 11.J955 +Je*Mi rhrjdlton #4bcut Ijour Special J-avcrites Page 3B Lowly Onion Rises to High Occasion With Some Imagination IEGINA FRISCHWASSER tette-tingler for the bib; to enjoy Onions are t bring out the wonderful [of many foods, hut don't I tint they can be a treat in L* when prepared with UFED BAKED ONIONS boilo'l iviar lemy PTA Talk Miriam Pell Solkofi, presiftfcr Hebrew Academy PTA, la meeting h al Academy I evening ^ding to Mrs M. H. Rosen-, program chairman, t h e I this moniirmeeting w.iEardir.Y u r Children's ice Honig, ehap-' |vc the invocation. tf entitle I What Teachited to par-1 (conjunction with the showfa film. "Tea< her'S Observ[ School Children." Another j [••Rheumatic Fever," was I [and discussc l by Dr. Irwin ky. physician in charce of pith program ;it the school. Howard A En [le, Miami pe-1 Ian. acted as commentator | two films pi Alexander S. Gross, prinIdressed the parents. Jig Mrs Hyman Sandier, bty chairman, as hostesses, Mesdames Ted Landestthur Bergman. Charles BoMrs. Ruth Mirmelli. 3 tablespoons melted butter 1 tablespoon ohopped par-Icy 3 tablespoons bread crumbs 1 tablespoon chopped pimento Peel the onions and boil in v 20 minutes. Remove the insider ol the onions leaving two outer shell unbroken. Mash the pulp with hard boiled egg yolks, caviar, add melted butter, chopped pimentos, chopped parsley and bread crumbs. Fill the onions, place into a greaa ed pan, and bake in a moderate oven 15 minutes &f • BAKED CREAMED CAULIFLOWER 4 tablespoons butter 1 cup bread cubes 3 tablespoon-; flour 2 cups milk 1 boiled cauliflower 1 teaspoon salt 1 8 teaspoon pepper Melt 3 tablespoons butter 1:1 a saucepan and add bread i Brown on all sides, then remove the cubtt. Add 1 tablespoon battler, lour blending with the buttee. Pour the milk into the flour and cook on low flame until thick Place the flowcrettea al %  boiled cauliflower into a baking dish spnnkie w.th -alt. pepper and pour the sauce over it. Place the tried Dread cubeover the cauliflower, and hake in a moderate oven 15 minutes. TV Star Blames Ice-wx Raiding On Swiss Gruyere "If the number of Ice-box raiders %  win: in Jewish hornet about the city, tinmay be explained by the growii .; popularity of the -uperior Swiss Gruyere Cheese, Milk boy Brand, now bein^' imported from Switzerland by Border" Betty Jane Tyler, Jewish television star. Commenting from lit-own home rience, Mi i lr .-, pi the opinion that Milkboy Qgiyere was to excellent in taste and eating quality that no man or woman who was able to open the refrigerator could refrain from bein^ a 'Milkboy raider.'' Coffee time after a canasta session'finds (left to right) Claire Isaac.-., Cele Goldberg end Lee Weiner at Pumpernik's 67th. Localites, they make the home of the pumpernickel bagel a frequent stopping place. Conference Meeting Will Present Means to Learn About Child Care ^PRODUCTS Slates Luncheon Dade Jewish Center Siswill hold itmonthly Wednesday noon, Nov. I Center Mrs Anne WaxIbehostc.. for the affair. Opening meeting of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organisation! will afford a unique opportunity to learn about the varied programs concerned with child care in Miami, Mrs. Aaron Farr. president, said Wednesday. The meeting, called a "net acquainted coffee." will be held at the Miami Woman's Club on Friday, Nov. 11, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Dr. Stephen A. Wright, director of the Child Guidance Clinic of Dade County, will discuss "Emotional Needs of Children and the Work of the Child Guidance Clin ic." Maxwell Fassler, case supervisor of the Jewish Family Service, will explain "Community Services in Behalf of Children." The "Group Work Approach to Children" will be presented by Emanuel Tropp, assistant director. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The program will conclude with a panel discussion chaired by MrAlexander Robbins. chairman of Conferences foster home finding project for children under the care of the Jewish family Service. Participants in the panel will be Dr. Wright. Fassler, Tropp and Mrs. Winifred Brown, Jewish Family Service child care wo-ker. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. chairman of the day, states that the purpose of the meeting is "to broaden our outlook in relation to children's problems generally, in order to better interpret the Conference's present program of foster home finding." fjUNE 3tVMITTEH s J 'Lachmc S* New Beach Division ProjectGets Under Vtay Nov. 18 National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Beach division's newest project. "Hobbly Hu Idles," will meet on Friday morning, Nov. 18. at the s.m Marino hotel to arrange the schedule for bridj s and man jong classes, Mr-. Miriam Kobli y ii chairman (,i th classes, and Mrs. Hari i Schiff ichar, in:;:i ol mah Jong. a Deserf Luncheon Scheduled Kneseth i ad will have a desert luncheon in the social hall ot th gue on Tues day noon. Not 15. r&&i l/l^afo/ icn emoys her "sweet sixteen" birthday with her Mrand Mrs. Ralph Lachman. and brother Norman 1 Delano hotel. !CK£N SOUPS V dOROWni \ flavorM, satisfying, JW


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U 0 H DRAFTS HUMAN AGAIN TO CHAIR 1956 CM CAMPAIGN See Story Page 2A I ii nw % %  ..... %p __ r Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [29_-Nurob€r45 Miami, Florida. Friday, November 11, 1955 Price 20£ Kfffl SCHWARTZ ML BE SPEAKER ihe Sharett Miami Visitor; To Appear at Bond Function Here CONFER ENCE DKIDt mil imittee to Co-Sponsor With the official announcement this week that Israeli Foreign Minister Moshc Sharett had been granted approval by the Knesset to visit the United States in behalf of the Israel Bond drive, excitement mounted here for Wedncsday's Dinner of State honoring the second Prime Minister of Israel More than 300 persons are ex'pected to attend the Kala function at the Fontainehleau hotel, spon-. nred by the Greater Miami chap-i ter oi the Guardians of Israel. In. 'dividual-, who have purchased a jtcommumh rally has been called to meet the crisis 01 Israel m j n jmiim () f si,000 in bond* this pddle Ea-t. The event will be held on Thursday evening. Nov. year or wn ,, have so ( S2000 jn mi's Bay front park. bonds for the dinner are eligible to ding to Maurice Sums, chairman of the Zionist Council of attend, chairman Samuel Fried liami. the meeting will be held under auspices of the Council j an( j reported. stion with the Greater Miami chapter of the American-! Some reservations still are availi Palestine Committee. Co-chairmen of the latter group are able, Friedland said. ^McCaffrey and Dr. II. Franklin Williams. Sharett, who will be feted for! The decision to mobilize opinion his 23 monthe' service as Prime .of the Greater-Miami community. Minister, will arrive at Mianri in-1 was reached by local Zionist lead-' ternational airport. Eastern Air following a series of mist Roily -Over Near as Concern East Mounts %  -. FOREIGN MINISTER MOSHE SHARETT New Gunfire Shatters Easy Truce On Seething Negev Boundary Line ** T 1. PUNKLIN WltlUMS mwioHs crs following a series of emergency meetings attended by representatives ef nearly all the national agencies and organizations of the area. Similar community meetings are being held in 20 major cities of the United States, local Zionist leaders have been informed by their national headquarters in New York City. These cities stretch all across America and include Chicago, New York, St. Louis, Atlanta. I Minneapolis, Los Angeles and others. I A nationally-known speaker will 1 address the assemblage, it has been ; announced by the local speaker's committee headed by Mrs Mae ;Weinstein Dr. Williams, vice president of the University oi Miami, land other civic and religious leaders will also participate in the program. "In response to the mounting dcBULLET INAmerican. British, French and Soviet Ambassadors to Israel arrived at Tel Aviv airport late Wednesday to sec Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett off to the United States. Sharett is reported now going to Washington to plead for arms, in addition to attending Israel Bond affairs. A few minutes late in arriving at the airport, he missed Soviet Ambassador Alexander Abramov, who walked out on Sharett in a huff. Israeli officials tried to explain that the inclement weather was the cause of Mr. Sharetfs several moment-long delay, but Abramov would not change his mind. • Jewish is Oppose lion Plans [YORK joint statement of *d Wednesday by the Inbbinic and congregationtf Reform. Conservative Judaism and a numJewish civic bodies 1 community councils. **">nt was approved by W^ Council of Amer'** National Community %  A dvisory Council, and C* l "c latter. A total of %  organizations are repJW these two coordinating PjJ !" tion of Principle:" iv H 5 anlM *'ons assertJ2**Ply concerned with gf^on and are making [ t0 bring religious on P.o, o A mand by all Jewish groups In Dade Lines terminal, at 2 pm Wednescounty. this community rally is be-,day. After W^J£to>mtag eJ ing called to determine how Mi-! m onies, he will procecJ to .Miami smianc rauirH t ho MIITMll ihrCat BeaCtl. ing amians regard the current threat to Israel's existence and how to meet it," said local leaders of the Zionist Council. "Many organizations have been working in harmony and in unified spirit to rouse He interest and .Greater Miami committee for State Mr. and Mrs. Friedland will be host to a formal reception for the Trustees of Israel at their home prior to the dinner. Jacob Sher, chairman Special JERUSALEM — Gunfire again shattered the uneasy truce on Israel's borders Wednesday, with Egyptian and Israeli sources issuing conflicting stories on what apparently was the same battle. The latest action took place along the Negev desert boundaries. Cairo Wednesday reported that four Israeli armored cars penetrated Egyptian territory, with four Israelis killed and eight others wounded. The Egyptian story admitted an Egyptian soldier wounded. An Israeli spokesman, on the other hand, said Egyptian forces invaded Israel and were driven off after a 45-minute fire fight. No casualty figures were immediately made available. Meanwhile, Israel announced conditional support of the UN peace proposals for the El Auja area as violence exploded anew. A foreign ministry spokesman said Israel is ready to support the proposals to keep peace in the El Auja demilitarized zone insofar as they are "aimed at bringing about full compliance of the parties with the armistice agreement." The spokesman said Wednesday Israel will insist on insuring its "rights to its position" in the jittery frontier area. of the responsibilities of all Americans re iof Israel Bonds, said this week "ingardless of religious affiliation," Items! Continued on Pa • A the Sharett dinner is Continued on Pe *A We Will 'Probably' Give Arms U Israel, Government Reveals WASHINGTON (JTA) — Israel Ambassador Abba Eban in a lengthy meeting with George V_ Allen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affalip. described Wednesday the character of new defense problems of Israel as background for Israel's forthcoming request for U.S. munitions to balance the flow of Communist arms to F.gypt. It was indicated that Ambassador Eban would present a formal arms list to the State Department soon, possibly this oiipL Mr Eban said after the meet ing thalhe had explained Israel s imoressions of the Geneva conference, -and briefly covered^the same general ground **"**J Secretary of State John Foster Dulles with Israel Foreign Mm ,.„.,Mo-he Share., a. Geneva. Mamlv. Mr. Eban outlined Israels Continued on Page 8 A ISRAEL CRISIS IN REVIEW This was how the Arab-Israel crisis developed on the military front last week: The fighting centered on the El Auja area (called Nitsana by the Israelis), a 56-sq.-mile triangle in the Sinai Desert. The crossroads village of El Auja is at its center. Under the 1949 armistice, the whole triangle is a demilitarized zone. Fighting began there some two weeks ago when Egyptian troops attacked an Israel police checkpoint in the southern part of the zone and later dug in. A day later, Israeli troops moved in and set up a post. Early last week both sides brought up artillery and entrenched themselves. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 2 Israeli troops were reported to have launched an attack in force against the Egyptian outpost and then allegedly drove on across the frontier and up the hill of El Sabha, where the main body of the covering Egyptian force was dug in. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Accounts of the battle on the previous night conflicted. Israelis said they routed a crack Egyptian battalion, captured the height, broke up a counter-attack by eight tanks, killed 50 Egyptian soldiers and then withdrew to their own base with 40 prisoners. Cairo said 3.000 Israeli men supported by armored vehicles had attacked 100 Egyptian soldiers but that later the Egyptians, with armored and air support, had driven them out. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Cairo reported Israel lost 200 killed and 70 prisoners in the fighting Wednesday night. THE WEEKEND. NOVEMBER 5 ind 6 For the rest of the weekend it was to seem that fighting would center around sporadic firing in the El Auja area. There were also reports of flare-ups in the Gaza section of the border and on the Israeli-Syrian frontier. But late Saturday. Syrian government spokesmen announced their forces had shot down an Israeli war plane, which is alleged to have landed somewhere in Lebanon. Jerusalem denied the report on Sunday. For up-to-the-minute development!, see stories, P*9 1 A. %  :