The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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tayish EloridBiaip
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
29Number 46
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 18, 1955
Price 20tf
id. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith .presents
aanization's highest award, the B'nai B'rith President's
I for Humanitarianism and Public Service, to Solicitor
jjl Simon E. Sobeloff while Attorney General Herbert
bell, Jr.. and Chief Justice Earl Warren look on.
m GREETINGS VIA TELEGRAM
Iminisfration Supports
Sobeloff for Post Again
Arab Envoy in Washington Hits
U.S. Jewry at Democrat Parley;
Leaders in Red-Cheek Excuses
WASHINGTON (JTA) Arab-
diplomatic representatives in
Washington Initiated a violent
campaign Wednesday against
American Jewry and against 1-
rael's Foreign Minister Uoshe
Sharett. who is now visiting the
United States,
The F.gyptian Embassy was re-
ported Wednesday to have sent a
communication to the State De-
partment asking the United States
Government to "prevent" Mr. Shar-
ett's "interference in interns'
American
EBAN PRESENTS UST TO HOOVER
Weakness Invites Sharp Attack,
IHoshe Sharett Warns Miami
Bonds of Israel Dinner Audience
Israel Foreign Minister .Moshc Sharett arrived Wednesday, 2:45
in the brael bond campaign in this gf S'JESf ^"T ?? J"?"1 !?*!, Mini>l?v ***
Second Premier of the Jewish State, who was here to address a Dinner
of Slate in his honor sponsored by local Trustees of Israel, landed
some 45 minutes late.
InNGTON Attorney General Herbert Brownell. Jr.. threw
itra'ion support behind the nomination of Solicitor General
;Sob<: ( Of the Fourth ( ircuit Court of Appeals at
Hindered h J Lh B'nai B'rith board of governors in honor
I Sobeloff.
country.
At the sumo time. Syrian Am-
bassador Farid Zeineddine strong-
ly attacked American Jews, assert-
ing that they ere not really
Semites, but for the most part
di scendants of Russian Slavs who
....... ...... ^,m.u ... B~.v.....,.....>,..... had embraced Judaism. He reviv-
leloff Philip M. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith.led the Nazi racial theory on Jews
the guest of honor with the B'nai B'rith President's Medal in the course of I speech delivered
mitariaiiism and Public Service, the highest award ol the before the Women's National Dcm-
I. -, atie Club here
ill. print speaker at the dinner which concluded the fhe anti-Jewish address l,y the
---------------------* 1955 annual meeting Of the board Syrian Ambassador cmharr.
of governors, said that, in nomi- tno administration of the flub to
nating Simon Sobeloff as Appeals ., ,, wnerc a Democratic -P"
Court Judge, -President Kisenhow man [und it necessary to declare1
er has selected a man wh i is fied to establish and maintain lof- a( ,|10 t.]ur) (| not necessarily re-1 Government was charged here by
tiest standards in (he administra- fleet the opinion of the club or of IIsrael's Foreign
justice th.o.i'4hout
HZMWG SAYS:
R Conflict
led Ahead
lew Axis
He made no statements whatever at the airport. Accompanied by
Mrs. Sharett. he was met by Samuel Friedland, chairman ol the dinner.
as well as by a host of dignitaries, including mayors, commissioners
and civic leaders.
In a brief arrival ceremony, Marjorie Friedland. young daughter of
Food Fair's board chairman, pre-
sented Mrs. Sharett with a bou-
quet of flower .
The welcoming party and the
Sliaretts proceeded immediately to
the Fontainebleau hotel, site of
: the Wednesday night dinner, and
'thence to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
! Friedland, 5740 North Bay rd., Mi-
ami Beach, for a formal recep-
tion.
Moscow Wants
To Undermine
Israel Future
NEW YORK (JTA>The Soviet
Minister Moshe!
Simultaneous with Mr. Sharetl's
**"? v "." '.'" "' ~j,"' arrival in Miami. Ambassador Ab-
,U member*. Ibe spokesman point- Sharett with attempting to under- Washington presented
ed out that the ( lub has also in- mine Israels existence by supply-
him and my best wishes to all
who on Nov. 8 will honor him for
tion of
land." ea out tnai uie iuiu nu bimj ><- mine unwi oumnw uj Buytn?- [m-bert Dover Ir acting
A telegram irom President Bis- rited Israel Ambassador Abba ing arms to Egypt. At the same s ()f 5,^. with a prop0sed'
IVNPW AyC enhower expressed his gratifica- Eban to speak and that he has time. Mr. Sharett emphasized that <)f ^ irement,
IJI1CIT sAlJ Il(l!, that tnis year>s B'nai B'rith accepted the invitation a;nl Will contrary to reports In the foreign purchasc here
awnrt will be given to Judge Simon speak on Jan. 30. press, Israel docs not contemplate
E. Sobeloff. Please extend my The Syrian Ambassador said that a "preventive war." Hundreds ol dignitaries and
Iwgrin personal congratulations to an American security pact with Is- The Israel Foreign Minister.civic leaders Wednesday nigm
rael would create a situation of made these statements in a nation- heard Mr. Sharett lash out against
American youth fighting against wide television interview .before the daneerous imbalance of power
Vrab youth in great bloodshed." leaving for Miami. He was criti- in the Near Las Addressing the
He charge! that Jews are trying Cal of (he suggestion for "compro- Dinner of State. Mr. Sharett. speak-
to incite \rabs and Americans mise" ,n the Israel-Egyptian boun ing for his government, said that
tl. i-eriA\..j. .urector ol "" > "">>"" .\',a"'\ ": w ., ., ,,,unr fl>r ,heir own ,iari< nronosed bv Sir Anthony "more than any feats of military
temational Affairs Depart- Glenn Beail. also hailed the Bnai again* each other for the._o ^ l^g*," nister and valor, we pride ourselves in the
let I ';"'! ttf ?r2J 3Ward t0HJUd8e ^r ^^orkTrSimeSna ft the l^J^iSSXSm clous advances of our con-
declared here Wednesday. Before a gathering of 700 per- proposal by Adlai Stevenson thai struction. in our peaceful conquest
Hnmg addressed the clos- sons, Klutznick praised the public Jews ni '_ n,Mlflhoiit a United Nations international of the desert and in the achievc-
r*k ol the two day meet-: career of Mr. Sobeloff. who served Declaring that Jews throughout a i nneci
F the administrative and ex- [ as U.S. Attorney for Maryland. City rntimid on Pagt 10 A Continued on P9 10 A ___
pe committee, oi the Amer-1 Solicitor of Baltimore and Chief v'on -----^L_
[Mbh Congress which con Justice of the Maryland Court of oiiaiiCU At CQfWMlWHOEVER HE IS
1 here over the weekend Appeals before becoming Solicitor g(/T UJ'$ BE SURE TO PUNISH AGGRtSSOK-W MM **"*_
Moscow (aim alignment. General of the United States. He -
declared,
p' YORK I \ The con-
[ in French Morocco "reprc-
'only one front in a war be-
(fomented throughout North
and the Middle Fast" by ,
W^iroAxi., which has hls outstanding public service.
in preparation.'' Dr. I OOT. McKeldin. in a letter read
tL frrlzwug, director Of! for nirn bv Maryland Senator J.
Continued on Page 3 A
revealed itself j presented bim with the B'nai
'itn the projected sale B'rith President's Medal for Hu-
manitarianism and stressed the im-
portance of Judge Sobeloff s con-
tribution as a public servant and
ammunist arms to Egypt"
been evident "for many
As in French Morocco, par-
fy in the form of inces-
. incitement by Radio Cairo
Mdio Budapest."
Nity Vowed
the Jews
IJTA)-a pledge of com-
frty and equality for the
Morocco *;|S madc by (ne
"'Mated Sultan Sidi Mo-
,.*" VoiisMf to a World
J^Jfess delegation at a
?ne.da> at the Sultan's
"ear her The Sultan's
**> made to A. L. Eas-
Political director
^JJ; Hiegner, director of
Jj* Geneva office.
^Un referred to the Nari
lof France during World
^"^ on Pi9. 10A
France Confirms New Arms Deal With Egypt
Continued on P9 10 A
PARIS (JTA)-A spokesman for the French For-
eign Office confirmed Wednesday that France will
resume munitions shipments to Egypt because Cairo
,,'radio broadcasts have eased attacks on France and
the North African situation is returning to normal.
In Rome, it was announced that Italy would refuse
export licenses for 30 Vampire jet fighter planes
which Egypt has ordered from a private Italian
manufacturer.
A report from Geneva last weekend said that the
Western Big Three foreign ministers, during a meet-
ing there, had decided to impose diplomatic, eco-
nomic and some military sanctions, backed by air
and naval blockade, if necessary, against a Middle
East aggressor.
HE MERELY SUGGESTEDJ^COMPROMISE OH BORDER PROBLEMS
Britain Says Eden Proposal Misunderstood
Sir Anthony Hen
. what M m**' *
LONDON (JTA)-The sharp criticism evoked by
Prime Minister Sir Anthony F.den's proposal advo-
SZ modification of Israels borders and express-
h, readiness to act as mediator between the
v7.h \, I on that basis, brought an indication
W^iesdav from ott,c,al eneles here that the pro-
^JZjSSStmnim Mincer was only
proposing a compromise between the borders set by
KTuSd Nations resolutions of 1947 and those
established under the 1949 armistice pacts and
that the proposal envisaged "concessions on both
sides." At the same time, it was emphasized that
"there would be no question of large transfers of
territory such as would be necessary if the 1947
resolutions were enforced, though more would be
involved than 'minor mutual adjustments' which
Foreign Minister Sharett implied in New York were
all the Israel Government could contemplate."


Page
2A
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Increases Mark
Chest Campaign
A new tot;/! for th<> Community
Chesl campaign ; First week la 1470.068 or SB per
cent of the goal of SI.370.000. an-
nounced W. C. (Bill) Lantaff, cam
: chairman.
This week both Miami and Miami
Beacn Divisions "A" will reporl
their increasea 11 the Red Fe
drive. Early reporti on this \
donations show IS per cen! in
crea e m gi> ing, However two
agencies have been add)
ins the ii>tai Dumber of Chesl or
ganitattons to 25. An 11.6 per cenl
increase must be maintained to
reach this years goal. Lantaff
pointed out. Community Chest leaders in
While the professional, employee ,ne current Red Feather drive
and business divisions ire out rail are shown here going over the
ing money, the Metropolitan Worn latest report of the money rais-
en's Division on Miami Bead! \\:ll ed. From left to right are Mar-
kick-off their house-to-hoiise drive cus O. Serokin. head of the
on Tuesday, Nov. 20. with Mrs Eve- finance and Construction Divi-
!u" ^,,:,:,Lh''i,dl"r..,h,'.rr''':,,,F:'.r sion. end Leonard A. Wien. Mi-
ami Beach campaign chair-
man.
Spivakovky to Perform Brahms
Concerto With U of M Orchestra
the first time on Miami Beach, both
the Dkviaion "A" and Metropolitan
Division will hold their drives t,,
gather in an effort to shorten the
campaign, according to Leonard a
Wien, Beach campaign chairman.
mittee of the Academy for Liberal
Judaism is Jacob 8. Manheimer. i
~~ former president of Congregation
Academy for Liberal Rodepfa Bbolom, and the Jewish I
NEW YORK-An Academy lor representative on the I.j.wncn-
Liberal JudaisTri has been estab- Trio, with a Catholic and Protea-
lished here with headquarters at ,;int laymen who ipoke under the
7 Wesl 83rd at its purpose
to
auspices of the State I>t |
make possible the training and or
dination of Liberal Rabbis m a througboul Germany this nin
lull four-year post-graduate course ",! "Religious Life in the Ui
lirman of the exet itive com- States."
Brahma Violin ( oncerto In i>
major win be the prineipal
to be i' i b) Tossj
km ikj win n he appe with the
i niveraits oi Uiaana'Symphony Or
tra Swim. I Moiulnv aajap
mugs. \wv. 30, and ii. at Miortli
n and D inly auditori-
ums
De in John Bitti r will be on the
podium and conduct th.....(In
tra in < oncertante Musik for <>r-
chesler by BOTTia Blacher and
Symphonj No. 2 in K minor by
Rachmaninoff.
Seven successive tours of the
I States have carried Spivo-
kovak) t<> each of the 48 states,
ana ia. Columbia Ecuador, Vene-
zuela, Lrael and Honolulu. A -in
(ere. self-effacing, genuinely
modest musician. Spivakovsky has
played exactlj the same program
'in small towns and cities that he
'has scheduled for the major mu-
sic center-
All of bis programs include a
substantial percentage of contem-
porary music which everybody
knows is far more difficult for
audiences than the "'ruin of the
established repertory.
Horn in Odessa, in Southern
Russia, and trained in Berlin be-
tween two world wars by such cele-
brated teachers as Arrigo Serat)
and Willi Hess. Spivakovsky left
Germany when Hitler came to
power tor Australia and New Zeal-'
and
"Down Under," he concerttaed!
extenaively, married the attractive
mother ol their now 14-year-oldj
daughter, Ruth.
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ember 18. 1955
+Jwisti HcrM/am
biess Invites Attack, Sharett Tells Miami Bond Dinner
Page 3 A
[of our agriculture
P*g 1 A
and in
ihav*1
ett said.
, Creatc d -and have been
hundreds of thou-
"/unfortunate Jews from
IVd to make them free
J in a free nation."
Foreifin Minister warned
.-., has been taught by dire
Ke that "in order to sur-
C must I"' -^rong enough
"||VI and the fruits
against any on-
Mr. Sharett
Israel should be
Mr. Sharett warned, however,
that first and foremost. Israel
needs to insure her survival In
fortunately, he added, this could
not be accomplished without addi-
tional arms. Amplifying on his
government's position, the Foreign
Minister said that Israel needed
military strength "not necessarilv
to guarantee Israel's borders, Mr
Sharett urged the American Jew-
ish community to support the Is-
rael Bond program. "The U S Gov-
ernment, through grants maid, has
Played a major role in Israel's
pragn
"But the profound effect on Is-
in order to fight and repel iggres- neVt cconomic "" tend our
Br labors
C It is tragic
Ltd "that Isr
bv this ominous tipping of
l against us to divert the
owing share ol our meager
the acquisition of
to
sors but primarily in order to de
ter aggression and prevent fight
ing."
Weakness. Mr. Sharett warned,
"invites attack, and defensive
strength is a force of peace Such
has been the lesson, he said, of the
world at large in major conflicts.
"And such is the experience ol
Israel today in the Middle East."
Sharply attacking the current
arming of Arab nations by the
East and the failure of the West
Bresa is a result of the bond cam-
paign can only he seen with one's
eyes," he said. "It is therefore
urgent that American Jewry take
up the slack and assist Israel in
fulfilling her budgetary need, even
w iverta the major portion
i ber national income to defense
Acceleration of the hond campaign
will achieve this end."
i( Levin Will
sent Scroll
Beth Jacob
ton made in Israel will be
Bted to Congregation Beth
during ceremonies Sunday
fcoon. Dec 2 It is the first of
pd m the Greater Miami area,
Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob
oil leader, revealed here.
cial arrangements have
[made to complete the script
Lg the dedication in order to
oite the names of all par-
nU in the sacred eve: t," Rab-
fem said.
k Tillie Levin, charity worker
[will present the Scroll of Law
i Rabbi It is scheduled to be
I into the synagogue beneath
opy. This is the second Torah
Died by Mrs. Levin.
previously gifted a Scroll of
(toacongregaton in San Fran-
uCal.
rTeen Club formed
fmefh Congregation
Emeth Congregation this
unounced the formation of
-twn club under the supervi-
\M Mrs. Robert Shapnick.
kildren between the ages of
and 12 are eligible to be-
members. Mrs. Shapnick
meeting will be Saturday
ling, Nov. 19. at the congre-
w, 12201 N\V 7th ave. Mrs. Ben
Ms and Mrs. Sam Avins will be
trones.
Mrs. Tillit l,n
Manischewrfz Will
Cook Mizrachi Group
NEW YORKWilliam B. Mani-
schewitz, secretary-treasuper of B.
Manischcwitz Co., food producers,
has been selected chairman of the
35th national annual convention of
the Mizrachi Organization of Amer-
ica, scheduled for Atlantic City,
N.J., Nov. 16 to 20.
Manischcwitz has been active in
Mizrachi since 1948. He is current-
ly chairman of both the life mem-
bership and publications commit-
tees of the organization, and a
member of the "Vaad Hapoel," na-
tional administrative committee.
Presentation Made
At Gold Testimonial
About 300 businessmen and
civic leaders assembled at the De-
lano Hotel last week to pay trib-
ute to Morris Gold, president of
Miami Beach Apartment Associa-
tion, for his 15 years' service to the
apartment industry here.
Speakers traced his prolonged
efforts to benefit the interests of
apartment owners, commencing
with the formation of the group in
1939 with a nucleus of a half-dozen
members. Present enrollment was
reported to be in the excess of 500.
Irving Schatzman. first vice
president of the association, pre-
sided, and Dr. Leonard H. Fine
served as toastmaster.
Laudatory addresses were given
by former Gov. Fuller Warren,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, State Ho-
tel Commissioner Richard Edger-
ton, and Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin.
Presentations were made to
Gold by Rabbi Lehrman on behalf
of the association and by Louis
Shafkin on behalf of the planning
board.
Special guests included William
E. Ellison, executive assistant to
Hotel Commissioner Edgerton; Tx
Assessor John A. Gautier; Council-
men Bernard Frank, Samuel Hal-
perin and Harold Shapiro; Consta
ble Leonard Tobin, and other local
Left to right are Irving Schatzman, Morris Gold and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman.
dignitaries. i Gold responded to the various
Congratulatory :.ncs.iagc; were' remarks of praise with Iwo brief
read from Gov. LcRoy Collins, Sen.; and modest talks in which he dedi-
George Smauiers, nep. Dante Fas cated continued effort to better
cell. Mayor D. Lee Powell and;the interest of the apartment
others.
house industry.

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1741 CORAL WAY, MIAMI Phone 83-1383
CROWN KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET
1122 15th STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-6514
DADE KOSHER MARKET
153 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 1-7868
HERMAN'S KOSHER MEATS
1053 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-9808
JACK'S TROPICAL KOSHER FOOD MARKET
1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 11267
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 65223
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 1-1396
MOGEN DAVID KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET
1983 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI Phone 3-4218
OCEANSIDE KOSHER MEATS
7451 CCTLLfNS 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 Phone JE 1-6821
HON FOOD CENTER
1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3418


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Mondian al 120 N. E Sixth Streat. Miami 1a. Florida
Enterad aa second class maHer July 4. 1930. at tha Poit
Offica of Miami, Fla.. undar tha Act of March S. 187*.
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and the Jawiah Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Tele-
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ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapere. Florida
Press Aaaociation.
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LEO MINDUN .................................. News Editor
Community Chest Campaign Voting in the Runoff
l0v*mw,
During The Week...A,.
Volume 29
Friday. November 18. 1955
By LEO MINDUN
Somehow. I couldn't enter int., th ,
Germans official* began recruiting! /Cs,ivi^ thi, .
one just doesnl talk about a w>s.crT u their **]
isn proper diplomacy; in addition 7l*'y Wi,h"t entl
-.**-,*,, ,lly ^.
version. But my lack
Kislev 3. 5716
Number 46
Dade county Community Chest is in the
midst of a campaign to raise funds for the
many worthwhile community agencies which
are its affiliates.
Each year, Chest asks Miamians to support
the campaign so that the splendid work done
by these welfare aqencies can continue in
such a fashion as to meet the needs of a con-
stantly growing city.
Chest is a symbol of the organized effort on
the part of Miami to take care of its own. As
such, the individual supporter of Chest aptly
feels that he is contributing to the welfare of
his neighbor.
Upward of 20 community agencies and USO
are affiliates of the Red Feather drive. By offer-
ing our assistance to Community Chest, we
are aiding each one of these qroups to carry
on their endeavors as in vears Dast.
The range of Chest programs reaches out to
all age groups from infancy to the aged and
to all social and economic levels of the com-
munity. Social service work, adoption and fos-
ter home care, assistance to the medically indi-
gent, leisure time activity on a sound and con-
structive basis- these are but some of the
areas of Miami's daily living into which Chest
reaches with an ever-present helping hand.
Give to Community Chest.
A 'Mortgage Burning'
Temple Emanu-El will hold a "mortgage
burning" celebration at the Fontainebleau hotel
on Sunday evening, Nov. 27.
This is a qreat step forward in the history
of the congregation. Less than a decade ago
and then known of Miami Beach Jewish Center,
;he Temple was situated on Euclid ave.
In a brief span of vears, the congreaation
moved to its present site on Washinaton ave.
to build and occupy one of the most beautiful
temple buildings throuqhout the nation and to
attract a membership of some 1.003 families.
Each individual synagogue, temple and cen-
ter in our land is indicative of the degree of
activity of the American Jewish community. A
strong community means a Jewish community
that is aware of its spiritual and cultural heri-
tage.
The burninq of Temple Emanu-El's mortgage
Nov. 27 will be indicative of the fact that as
Jews, we constantly look toward the enlarge-
ment of our horizons. Apart from beinq a sym-
bo of strenqth of Miami Jewry, the ceremony
will emphasize the extent of spiritual and lay
leadership brouqht to Temple Emanu-El over
the years.
The Temple and its congregation are to be
conqratulated for the achievement they have
attained thusfar and the progress they envision
in the future.
Jewish Book Month
This is Jewish Book Month. Throughout the
na ion. local communities are marking the festi-
val annually sponsored by the National Jewish
Weltare Board.
Purpose of the month is to bring to the atten-
tion of people everywhere the contribution
made to letters by Jewish authors. In Miami
the Bureau of Jewish Education has undertaken
a complex program which involves bringinq
to countless orqanizations aualified speakers
capable of discussing the great works of Jew-
ish literature.
We consider Jewish Book Month to be one
of the important observations in the annual
calendar, for it emphasizes a traditional char-
acteristic of the heritage of Jewry. Known as
the Nation of the Book," Jews have over the
centuries enriched literary art with the rinqinq
contributions of their experience.
We feel a qood objective of Jewish Book
Month for each Miamian would be to set as a
goal the reading of several great Jewish works
and to avail himself of the opportunity of at-
tending one of the many lectures being held
here throuqh November in conjunction with
the national festival.
City of Miami is in the midst of a hectic
political campaiqn which culminates with a
runoff of candidates for the office of city com-
mission next Tuesday.
It would be most gratifying for everyone con-
cerned to see a record turnout of voters for
the runoff.
Miamians certainly seem to be partisan
about their choices for vacancies in this of-
fices, but talking on election day is less im-
portant than balloting, and we take this op-
portunity of urging every registered person to
make his voice heard by casting a vote on
Tuesday.
The election for school trustee last week was
a case in point. Only 8.983 cast their ballots
out of a total of 199,872 officially registered
people. This means that upward of 190,000
Miamians did not fulfill their obligation as
citizens.
And this week, only 39.089 of Miami's 105,289
registered voters went to the poles.
We can, of course, look upon the opportunity
to voice our preference for candidates in a
tree democratic society as the right of free
men. But it is our opinion that voting is a duty
rather than a right. A well informed, intelli-
gent citizenry which is unanimous in practicing
its sacred democratic trust need not fear for
the future.
There are vast areas of the world today in
which men would welcome the opportunity to
participate in the practices of a free society.
We must not, because it is ours, look lightly
upon this democratic heritage.
A ballot cast in the runoff Tuesday will af-
firm the fact that we seek the best means pos-
sible of governing ourselves and our commu-
nity.
This new West German armv wa, k
The f.rst 101 member, of the arme^i fn"? ^ a Bo
of appointment from Defense iSSr SZX* **S!
correspondent m Europe for the NcJ\l\B^ *[.
that the ceremony "seemed almost studiedi !**' c*Nt
which calls to mind several other i, S '" '"
century Germany history. There was X p,^ dn?J
m "23. It backfired, to be sure, but threaSOnI'*? or*a"2fl
Hitler conceived of assuming power in m^ CS "f^'
There was the night i, *^h^*
Jting word of thVi/si;
that the senile PresideVhVd'^pS hI'T'^
from their informal gatherings to lav a hiLiV .Chance,l. I
Eiirooean cnntin-nt tk.-. .* .. y a blanket of blin
beer halls
even as the National Socials. awZngZ?^ I? 'n*
ed over their Steins and Bierkaese throat G"-^
that the senile Presided i,.^------:_. Jl Germany. *
er chance
European continent. There Vere twTocM^n'T,, 2'^
informal, when attempts were made on 32K. ""g ,he -
of fact, the death of Hitler was informal s ,",** ,i,e A<
to this day about the mythical possibility SnhS ^
return to power. s survival U(j
mans as opposed to their precise ^ ""'*S
But the informality of the ceremony in ?' aauv,ni*
more than that The mighty Iron Cross hanging l",'
ditional symbol of German power, saw thnm/h th! \
children who delight, on occasion in p aj Z* J I*?*
Walter Sullivan's observation that the a mo 1
told the complete tale. I, was an effort to shTj?"'
recognizes the serious and selflessly cooperative roleTltL
the matter of European defense it wa7m 2..E e,,mus,H.
guise German joy-to mask K spir7of XtlT 4
during this, the Reich's new hour. ForV iSSdt"^
naively to let others know that Germany once againtak*1
time reluctantly-in the name of the free manI? btSS.'"
UM Symphony Season On
Advent of the second concert symphony
season Sunday brinqs the 29th year of con-
certs in the Greater Miami area into full swing.
In the face of great technical and financial
odds, the University of Miami and its Sym-
phony Orchestra are once again bringing the
finest in musical entertainment to concert-goers
here.
The university is to be congratulated for its
continuing endeavor in this field of art. As a
result of its programs, we are regularly assur-
ed of hearing the finest musicians in the world.
But the University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra does more than this. In the broadest
sense, it heightens the cultural horizons of our
expanding city. It would now seem almost im-
plausible for a winter season to pass without
the UM symphony concerts.
In a positive fashion, we can assure the con-
tinuation of these musical experiences and an-
ticpate their broadening excellence by sup-
porting the orchestra through regular attend-
ance.
AID ON HS WAY
OVER-ENTHUSIASM PEEPS THROUGH DISGUISE
Herr Blank made the ceremony historic He told tk
recruits that Sunday was the two hundredth anniversary of
of Gerhard von Scharnhorst. a Prussian general and "father]
German concept of a "citizen's army." Somehow, none ofT
through. The over-enthusiasm could not be masked y\
nature of the atmosphere fell away before the giant Iron C J
Herr Blank. And standing in front of the closed ranks
Generals Adolf Heusinger and Huns Speidel, former majo-
in Hitlers Wehrmacht.
I don't imagine anyone really needs prodding into a
suspicion of revived German militarism The problem of the|
sition of Third Reich war documents is a case in point. Ds
course of the Allied invason of Germany, a vast amount of
material was located and seized by the occupying armies. Thisi
included, among others, the files of the German Foreign 0L,
tiles of the concentration camp victims now a-uned under a.
: tional Red Ctmb; and extensive documents winch jre current//]
maintained to a large extent under the control of the Depart
:thc United States Army in Alexandria Va
German Foreign Office materials are not excessively damninij
j are as "good" or as "bad'' as those of aoj ureat power in time*
last war and are now being studied and edited by a join: (H
| English, French and American scholars They form the bisui
Inter Allied German Foreign Ministry- Project
But the files on concentration camp victims currently in tall
of the Red Cross, as well as that material maintained by tnel'Jj
i in Alexandria, tell a different tale. Strangely, they have bet
j accessible to the public. By far the largest part continues to i
"classified" and is therefore not available in any form trti*-
smaller portion has since been declassified and is at least ta
open to perusal by scholars.
*
EFFORT TO KEEP DOCUMENTS FROM HISTORY ,
However, no systematic, inclusive effort has as yet been
begin study of the captured documents; and the arbitrary W-
of some of the material renders that material useless wrlbwl
to the whole. Add to this the fact that the West Genrun r
and Bonn's friends in Washington have been bringing c
pressure to bear on the U.S. and the International Red CrossJ
the capture documents, and one gets a picture of deliberate m
ness, obfuscation and organized intrigue to keep the true stTJ
man atrocity closed away from history.
Some ten years have passed since the acquisition of thu *
The full processing, recording and utilization of it are yet to
ed. West Germany is fully cognizant of this fact and wants,u>
back in Europe now. In the face of such pressure, an uim
seems to be developing between German "informal" PJe0r'j
formal imprecision of scholars. "American Committee fort"
War Documents" is now urging our government to P*"?^
classification of the captured documentsas in the case oi
Foreign Office papersbefore they go back to Bonn.
Top U.S. historians make up the committee and inch*
nent students as James P. Baxter, III. president of Ji"> *
E Malcolm Carroll. Professor History at Duke; Dr. r (
chairman of the Hoover Library; Dr. Guy Stanton Jor*. a |
tive secretary, American Historical Association; Bew ]
Professor of History. Harvard University; and Allan n stn-.
of History, Columbia University. Many others. *>"!'* p *ttj
too numerous to mention, are also members of tn|S *"" |
American support of the committee's aim. htiininf'
Only time can tell if they will be successful '" *JJJJ,
classification of Jhe indices of all documents under uo.^ d
ship and of the largest possible section of the stn (yi
tat ion and if they will be equally successful in g'V jenrfiW
now in the hands of the International Red Cross io Afterlrjl
I have a notion these people will not be ^"^j!^ the "
are only scholars, professorssimple men like ^fuge W'
found easy to murder en masse when freedom l nn ^
German university. Well, history Is repeating -* ^,
new army "studied in its informality'once again arc
scholar his tools of truth.


ifcwmber 18. 19M
Author
ISeries
at Library
j week, according to Dr.
[Cms! I of the
jic Librarj This scries
bresente-l on alternate
nber through
ill include Vivian Lara-
poet laureate of Flor-
jenkin-. who wrote
Lv parson;" Don Tracy,
Itcr. author ol -Carolina
Ld Day Keene, who has
(paper back original!. .
[ike Sahlin. well-known
will discuss hook if-
' and Carroll Seghers,
^Biographer, will speak
rk he does with national
[stimulating topics will
jnie'l- including "Can
I Read" and "The Cam-
hnalu
T)gram of the 1955-56
ored a panel which dis-
There too Much Vio-
^lodern Fiction?" Speak-
Frederic Wakeman,
Ihe Hucksters" and
Fabulous Train" was
in September; Helen
blici-t; Rabbi Morris A.
(he Coral Cables Jewish
Louise Blanchard, of
I Dai!) New- Sam Gyson.
bor on Station WAHR,
I moderator.
Official
imi for
Meetings
Council of Jewish
the fir-t private or-
|toe>tabli-.h recreational
Golden Age groups,"
i Sara Lee Berkman. na-
I representative of Coun-
| interview la-t week.
an was in Miami to
i local NCJW leaders at
ach da\ [or I scheduled
workshop" The na-
i in New York City has
i this field trip to evalu-
ne local Council section
i to announce new plans
Ding year.
i Greater Miami Section
ion "senior citizens" un-
airman-hip ol Mrs. Leo
its major project this
I Berkman pointed out
| Council's interest and
f>rk in this field,
I 'he conferences sched-
*Jewish jbrtMbn
50 YiARS Of MEMBERSHIP
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For 50 continuous years of active membership in the Painters'
and Decorators Union of America. David Jacobson (center)
receives a gold service award from Eli Lazare (left) president
of Local 365 Miami, as secretary Mike Enlwhistle looks on.
beveral hundred members were on hand to honor the "Life
Member at special ceremonies held in Electricians' Hall.
Painter Recipient of Gold Service Pin
David Jacobson. 1250 NW 55th it, is the recipient of a gold service
pin in recognition of 50 years of continuous membership in the
Painters and Decorators Union of America.
The presentation took place last week at a special meeting at
Electricians' Hall, followed by a social and dance with more than 250
members and friends in attendance.
Jacobson is one of the oldest union painters in Miami from the
standpoint of service, according to Mike Entwhistlc. secretary of Miami
Local 365.
He first joined the union in New York City in 1905, shortly after
arrival in the United States from Minsk, Russia. During his youth, he
served an artist's apprenticeship period before becoming a decorator.
He was a member of Local Union 194 of Chicago for over 30 years,
and continued his active membership in the Miami local upon arrival
here 16 years ago.
His sons are Charles R. Jacobson. artist and publicist of Miami, and
Owen Jordan, television and radio actor, residing in Westchester
County, N.Y.
uled for last week of meetings with
leaders were "Section Board Re-
sponsibilities," chaired by Mrs. J.
C. Lehman; "Service to the Foreign
Born," chaired by Mrs. Monte Selig
and Mrs. Donald Rubin; "Senior
Citizens," chaired by Mrs. Alpert;
"Thrift Shop," chaired by Mrs.
Aaron Kanner.
'Education." chaired by Mrs.
Burton B. Goldstein: "Councilet-
tes," chaired by Mrs. Howard
Grove and Mrs. Leon Kaplan; "Bul-
letin," chaired by Mrs. Aaron Farr;
"Publicity," chaired by Mrs. David
D. Pollack; "By Laws." chaired by
Mrs. Sidney Lewis; "Membership
and Office Practices," chaired by-
Mrs. Samuel Gcrtman.
I BIRTHS
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Pollak. Oct. 27.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Sussman. Oct. 27.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Mandel. Oct. 27.
Daughter born to Rabbi and Mrs.
H. Louis Rottman. Oct. 27.
Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Fox. Oct. 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin White. Nov. 1.
Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs.
Bertram Frankcl. Nov. 2.
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fJewlst) rhridfian
Friday, November 18, 1955
A Retired Diamond Appraiser Paints Because He Loves Art
A retired diamond appraiser is
now devoting all of his spare
time to painting. He is Max As-
tor, of 2380 SW 26th st.
Astor has a studio in his home
"There is no reason why I paint."
he explains with a soft, grin. "I
paint simply because I love it
and because I have to.
"There are a combination of
colors," he says, "a lovely form
and even sometimes just plain
space and they demand to be
put down on canvass."
Astor tries to see "the reality
of things" in his paintings. How
did he come by art? He says he
had no formal schooling. "There
was a Spaniard I knewa friend
of minewho felt I am artistical-
ly inclined."
In his youth, Astor was an
actor in Europe and New York.
He came to the United States in
1904 and performed on the Yid-
dish and Russian stage. Sul m
quently. he took to painting.
"My tea hers ca i be seen in
any museum. I visited all the
museums 1 possibly could once
the spell of turpen inc and color
got me."
Retired since L&48, when he
came to Miami, Astor lives with
his wife. Belle A son. Edward,
is a professional desi "ner in the
North. Many of Astor's subpect's
are inspired by his love of Ju-
daism. A recent work is entitled
"Shachres." He is now working
on an 13x24-inch canvass en-
titled "Esrog."
He has sold some of his can-
vasses; others have been on ex-
hibition. During the High Hoi)
Days, "Shachres," and a later
work, "Baal Tekujah." were on
exhibit in the Washington avc.
Art Gallery.
His favorite painters are ITril-
lo. Manet and Monet. But his
principal inspiration comes from
nature. "I love the skies ami the
waters." With his deep devotion
to art. Astor still has time to
identify himself with such organ-
izations as Farband. And his ear-
ly acting days arc not a part of
his memory only.
Astor frequently gives read-
ings of the great Yiddish and
Hebrew works of literature to
many spell-bound audiences.
Dr. Hurwitz Named
To Honor Society
Dr. Joseph J, Hurwitz, instructor
of Hebrew and History of Western
Civilization at the University of
Miami, has been elected to Beta
Gamma chapter of Pi Delta Phi,;
national French honor society.
Dr. Hurwitz will be among hon-.
ored guests at a meeting of the
chapter Sunday Nov. 20. Official j
installation is scheduled for Jan-'
uary. 1956.
The I'M instructor Is a member I
of the American Association of
University Professors American
\- Delation of Professors of He-
brew, American Association ofj
Teachers of French and the He-
brew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami.
^BLOOP BANK
Installation Held at Royal
Palm Hotel Saturday Eve
Poale Zionist Organization here
installed officers Saturday evening
at the Royal Palm hotel.
Jacob Rearson was named pres-
ident. Others assuming office were
non Halperin and Henry Seit-
hn. vice presidents: L. Diibler,
honorary secretary; Mrs. I i
Kihn. financial secretary; M
Kahn, recording secretary; and S.
Lerner, treasurer.
Principal speaker was Rabbi
Lerer. spiritual leader of
Monticello Park Congregation. Pro-
gram included Beryl Morrison and
Jacob Fishman.
CANVASS BY MAX ASTOR
Exposition Names Religion to be Emphasized
By AZA Chapter
Hurricani \2 \ Lh cm-
phasized that 11 will accord i" rc-
lligioa a large share "i the group's
(programming Ihia year.
New Chairman
Randolph B. Railey, Miami manu-
facturer tor the last 29 years, ha-.
Oecn named chairman of the Great-
Miami Industrial Kxpositi.m for .
the Kvimh annual show which \ "v*c aro Panninu ;> Sunday
<\at-e Mar. '2. Ihrouuh 11 1 mominn srvvn-c anil breaklast v. ilh
Seville Hotel to Open
In December, Kipnis Says
The S8.000.000 Seville hotel,
streamlined and luxurious, with
one of the largest single rooms for
meetings of any hostelry-, will be
completed in December 1955. pres-
ident Irving Kipnis announced
Wednesday. The 15-story. 300-room
structure will be the largest
modern all-welded structure erect-
ed in Florida.
The convention hall will m< ias-
ore 12,000 square fool of unob-
structed floor space it will he used
leu- exhibits, convention and ban-
quets and scat 1.750.
Located on the- oc*an at 28th I"
30th sts.. the Seville hotel will
huv- -.11 its [our acres of land. :iso
Year-Round
Programs Stated
Two of the year-round programs
jointly sponsored by the Miami
Beach Public Library and the Mi-
ami Beach Recreation Department
are now being rescheduled for al-
ternate Tuesday evenings of each
month.
"Words and Music." a recorded
music appreciation session, and
"The Seven Lively Arts." former-
ly a Friday night discussion group,
are now designated as a joint
scries for alternate Tuesday eve-
ning presentation, according to
.lack Woody, superintendent of
recreation.
In the coming weeks, the music
appreciation group will present lec-
tures pertaining to the great com-
posers of the past, with recorded
music and commentary by Joseph
Mooncy. concerts director of the
Recreation Department. Guest ar-
tists, and well-known musical per-
sonalities will be invited to ap-
pear on many of the programs.
The discussion group will con-
tinue to meet under the direction
of Chain Rose of the Community
Centers' staff and has in prepara-
tion a calendar of evenings featur-
ing noted guest speakers.
Programs will be held in the so-
cial hall of the Miami Beach Com-
munity Center. 21st st. and Wash
ington ave.
Hi-Teens E/ecf Marion
Frcscnt President of Group
HitM M&rion PreMetnl h.t** fcwn
, elected pi >'snl'iit oi tin* Mi 'iVcns.
K'"'p i> n-ft in <; .it Mo'iM
Monticello Men
Name Present
Arthur Present has been elected
president of Monticello Park Jew-
ish Center Men's Club.
Others named to office at a re-
cent election meting are Alton
Zucker, first vice president; Irv-
ing Lane, second vice president;
A. W. Walsdorf, secretary; and Ed-
win Alter, treasurer.
Executive committeemen are
Dr. Jack Wolfe, Dr. Marvin Choos,
S. Adelman, A. Selevan and Mac
Lasser.
Regular meetings of the Men's
Club are held on the first and third
Sunday of each month at the Ras-
cal House.
Club Everglades, Workmen's Circle Branch
1050, visits Mount Sinai hospital and starts
a blood bank account. Members present
aro Mrs. John Layton, Mrs. Albert Graff,
Mrs. Fred Auerbach, Mrs. Phil Weiner, Fred
Auerbach, Max Greanberg, Phil Parks, Al
Graft, Phil Weiner and Harry Schuldiner.
Rep, Orr to View
Reapportionnient
John B. Orr. Jr.. representative
to the State Legislature from Dade
county, will he guest speaker at
the next general meeting of Miami
Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith. to be
held Tuesday noon. Nov. 22. at the
DiLido hotel. Michael Sossin. lodge
president, announced.
Rep. Orr will speak on "Reappor-
ionmentThe Why and How."'
and will discuss the reapport'on-
ment bill in the past session of the
Legislature and the proposed Con
stitutional amendments of appor-
tionment.
UM Professor Named
President of Board
Chairman of the University of
Miami's radio-TV-film department.
Sydney W Head, has been named
president of the Association for
Professional Broadcasting Educa-
tion. Dr. Head was elected to the
newly-formed organization's lop
post at ;i meeting <>f its board of
directors In GUcaso Oet '' and 12
Other Officer* arc lii'N llowcll.
.. I I ..M.I .llllH'l I.Ml.
HoSy Day Israel
Bend Sales Near
$100,000 Mark ]
Sale of State of Israel Bonds for
the High Holy Days in Greater Mi-
ami passed the $100,000 mark
after two rallies for Israel in Mi-
ami Beach.
Jan Bart, New York lyric tenor
and lecturer on Israel, told an over-
flow audience of 600 persons at
the Oceanfront Auditorium "there
will be no war in the Middle East.
More skirmishes are likely, how-
ever."
At the function. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan of Kneseth Israel was pre-
sented with an Israeli Bible per-
sonally signed by Premier-desig-
nate David Ben-Gurion in behalf of
his congregation's record of more
than $10,000 in bond sales on Yom
Kippur.
Pour other congregations, Both
Miami Hebrew School ami Congre-
gation, were honored for "out-'
standing sendee" to the State at \
Israel with the presentation of
hand-painted scrolls by Mulvin
I'.'i i*: l.i II. l'"i\ ll;i 11 iiiiiii of III,' ill.'ft
Dr. Weidberg Appointed
To National AK Committee
l)r Joseph M Weidberg. retired
Miami educator, has been appoint-
ed a member of the Committee on
Israel of the American Jewish
Committee, it was ann-tunced Wed-
nesday.
I Dr. Weidberg, who is an active
| member of the Miami chapter of
I AJC and former chapter chairman.
Sholem Lodge Holds Weekly
Luncheon Meetings on Friday
Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith Wed-
nesday extended an invitation to
the public to attend the lodge's
weekly luncheon meetings at the
I rmey hotel restaurant every Fri-
day. An informative speaker is
heard each week.
Norman Lodin, luncheon chair-
man, said, "Our attendance is big-
ger now than ever before, which is
undoubtedly due to the calibre of
speakers. State Rep. Jack Orr,
Mayer Abe Aronovitz and Miami
Chief of Police Walter Headley are
a few of the speakers who have ap-
peared in the past few months."
Free Loan Group to Meet
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will meet Monday
evening, Nov. 21, at the Town
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.



Miami Industrial Exposition for
tne Kvenlh annual show which
ie pluci- Mar. -i thrinurt U.
morning lervlc* and breakfast v. ill* huv
niiirinn
planninn a Sunday 3Oth -Is. th.- SomII.- "^^, \^1,1, .,.,,.,,, ,i ,-..si.l
mi itn four iicrc-
ii.r ui
nieet u. : ul Moiiti
u i |.... .-i | hand painted scroll* o> jvimiv.i!
Oilier ff!*-* ;;;^,1;| .,,,,,,,,,,,,; | K.iul,.t i/on In lW H *-*
r-rt rllairnun of (h- operation.*
commilM In arfifflinn to m-Mni-
as general chairman this year. h<
will continue as operali>n* chair
man, in charge o/ booth arrange
merit, construction and rental, and
traffic control at the exposition
Raiiey 1- only the third general
chairman the s h <> w has had
Thomas E Grady. head of the
Greater Miami Traffic Association,
was the first
ondolp* lailey
Monte C^rio
Names Davidson
Jordan H Davidson, prominent
Beach realtor has been elected
president of the Monte Carlo hotel
Inc., it wa> announced Wednesday
Other officers are Ben Schick,
vice president, and Moe Browarnik.
treasurer.
The hotel i- presently undergo
ing an extensive renovation pro
gram that will be completed in
time for the opening of the winter
season the first week in Decem-
ber.
Davidson, builder and co-owner
of the Oxford a parts. Eastview
Apart, hotel and the Fountain
head motel, also is president of the
Miami-Dade County Chamber of
Commerce and the Miracle Club
He also is a member of the Miami'
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Schick owns a large chain of
ladies, specialty shops in the Ea-t
He also is owner and operator of
the Winter Garden Aparts. and is
a developer of ocean front prop-
erty in the Bay Harbor area.
Browarnik is a former operator
of the Coral Reef hotel, the New
Yorker hotel and the Drake hotel.
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Israel Philharmonic
Will Mark Twenty
Years of Concerts
vi^ittntridkui
By DP. K. SALOMON,
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
with the opening of the current
on. the breel Philharmonic
Orchestra enters the twentieth
of concert programs. Compar-
ed with other leading orchestras
iigheut the world, the brad
Philharmonic may be regarded as
ing," but viewed against the
background oi riots, wars, border
ion and the many problems
h attended the birth of the
state, it has led ;i miraculous
tence, unique in historj
< oncerts continued even during
ferael War for Independence
and Leonard Bernstein, who con-
ducted the ensemble at that time.
an interesting story to Illus-
trate why it had to continue At
concert that he conducted in
Jerusalem, where he had difficulty
distinguishing his percussion in-,
struments from artillery lire, he
ed one man uh> the audience
ingered life and limb, picking I
their way over the rubble Of w.ir.
in the street-, to attend the con
I The answer was. "Its some-]
thing we have to do maybe it's
because In the midst of seeing ev-
i rything we built up over the |
being shattered In bombs, the Or
chestra represents the things we
fighting for."
H is great tribute to the Israel
Ik that they have supported
Orchestra through these years
i i -lute all hardships and to the
\: erican Fund for Israel Institu-
- that directed support lor the
Orchestra from this country.
A twenty-year span can develop
c interesting [acts and figures
first com ert ot this season, on
1 i tober 5th, was number 3101
the inaugural concert con-
ted bj Maestro Arturo Too-
ni, in 1936' In the lir>t two
.i- from Deeembar, i36 to Da-
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CANTOR SEEKS PQS
Congregation or ho|, -^
Shornus, Mathgioth, etc |2
- boo^eeping. C..l (..^
A committee of civic leaders formulates
plans for Temple Emanu-El Men's club din-
ner meeting to be held in the Temple Dining
room on Monday, Nov. 21. Seated is Julius
Jay Perlmutter. Left to right are Michael
Sossin. Edward Newman, Allen Goldberg,
president, Malvin Englander, Harold Rosen.
Highlight of the evening will be guest speak-
er Congressman Dante Fascell, who will
discuss the vital issues oi the day regarding
Washington and Israel. Irving Cypen. Hen-
ry Cove and Benjamin Kline axe overall co-
chairmen of the affair.
N"l> 1 DAY WEHn;
Stenographer AHe hi
Translate into
$ Miw Feinktra, NsssJ [
I Jewish Womet, 135 ItTwl
the ensemble ua- -plit into two."Ohel" Hall with a seating rapacity ; lini and Ferenc Fricsay. Among
part- one group touring neighbor- of 700 it was only in 1947 that the 'the soloists are violinists Yehudi
inn land- for the Allied Force- move was made to the 1.100 seat
while the second group remained "Ohel Shem"), one subscription
in Palestine. For some years now -cues in Haifa and one in Jeru-
the >carl\ average has been 164 salem. Since the 1951-52 season.
conceit- although the number each regular subscription series
reached 18(1 in the 195354 season ha- been repeated seven times in
and last year I8B, including the 43
concert- given during the very
lUCCessful Furopean tour.
The Orchestra", ten rears ago..
had i subscription li-t of less than for the first time, concerts on a
5.000. but by 195152. BUSCfibers
numbered 17.000. a figure which
remains fairly con-tant. It was
during the 1951 52 -ea-on that the
"special subscription concerts'
ber, 1938188 concert- uibout : were introduced to meet the in-
- each year) wore given; and dur- creasing demand of the public.
Ten roan ago. the Orchestra i who were wilh the Orchestra in the
gave four repeats of each subwrip inau8ural season are still members
World War II the annual ever-
rose to 180 This sudden in-
Menuhin and Nathan Milstein:
pianists Vronsky and Babin. Solo-
mon. Shur Cherkassky. Geia Anda
and Frank Pelleg: a violin and
viola duo by David Gruenschlag
and Oedocn Parto.-,; a violin and
cello duo by Zwi Haftel and Baruch
Oinzburg: bassoonist Mordechai
Rechtman: and singers Maria Sta-
der. Marianne Radev, Ernst Hae-
fliger and Kim Borg.
It is interesting to read in the
report of the Orchestras 1037-38
season that "the Tel Aviv Munici-
pality has donated a plot of land.
pond of ,2 members but for the | adjacent to the site on which ,he
past few years its number has been Hab.mah Theatre is being erected,
increased to 83 31 of the musicians to ^ used b the orchestra for the ZTT^Z
DIAL IS'ATt
INVISTMIMTJ a UOITWal
TOI N. MIAMI AW. fH. Mm!
HAVI lUYHi-WAHT UJtWjl
WHAT HAVt T0U TO SS\
Tel Aviv, twice in Haifa and once
in Jerusalem. Subscribers in Jeru
salem have increased from 500 m
1945 46 to over 1.500. This year.
subscription basis are to be given
in Petach Tikvah and Nathanya.
During the first few years of its
existence, the Orchestra was com-
ie was created bj the fact that tion program in Tel Aviv (in the
Tt, .
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1 of the ensemble and it is interest-
ing to note that over half of the
violin section are veterans whereas
the wind sections have seen sev-
eral changes and none of the orig-
inal bassoon pla\ers is left With
in recent years replacements have
by
construction of a concert hall to
be its permanent home." This new
home is now becoming a reality
not alone as a home for the Or-
chestra but as a center for many
other vital cultural activities as
well. The Tel Aviv Cultural (en-
ter is being built by the Municipal-
ly of Tel Aviv and the American
seat
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been drawn mostly from young mu Fund; and |#J modern 3QQ0
sicians born or trained in Israel. aU(1orium Wl ^ named in honor
several of whom studied With the. of Kre,,nc R Mann of Philadc,.
senior members of the Orchestra ;phl, Kun V1C, president who is
Women players scom to have donating $250,000 for its construe
lost ground in The Orchestra There turn
Wan eight in the first season, for _.. _V. _
BVe 0{ )( The glorious progress of the Or-
""i todaj onlj three Tins would c ira,*er th*" ,w" ,lec-1(h' '"
Indicate that fewer young women phant tour of America, when it |
was characterized not only as a
great mueical anaembie, but as $
symbol <>f a democratic nation"
and a Israel's great cultural;
emissary It brought a message of
hope and aspiration to the Amer-
ican people in the universal lan-
of music that expressed bet-
ter than anything else what the I
Israelis were, and are fighting to
praaarvc and defend.
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than men adopt music as ;, profes-
sional career, because the Israel
Philharmonic has never had uq
bit against 11 women
that characterises many other or-
1 haatrai.
Throughout the yaajjft, the man-
nt has continued the practice
inaugurated b\ lt^ founder, Broni-
siau iiuberman. oi preaantlng
world famous conductors and s(i|
iata with the ensemble (Mr) t musical celebrities have not ap-
jpeared with the LP.O.) and of
i brinninu symphonic nuait to rural
centers and outlying lettsements u
well as to the towns.
at American artists, in addi
tion to Mr B-rnstein. like
Stem. Jan Peeree. Artur Kubin
I stein, Jennie Tour el, Charles
l Munch, Jascha Helfetx, th* late Dr
Serge Kousaevitik) Gregof Pieti
. Marian \nd,rsn and
inan> others have performed with
the Orchestra, through the
offices Of the American Fund for
! Institution, and haw return
td v.ith unanimous pr.u-e for the1
Orehcsti., ;,nd the algh U\,
mi.su appreeiation of the I
public
This pear ,h(. ,,.,, pr(lsjM.(.)us
for the twentu-th season includes
* lollowmK conductors Knruiue
Jorda. Manuel Rosenthal. George
Mngar, Me Leinviorf, Paul Klet
^y. Georg Solti. car| Maria (;.u-
Sem'ce 0e/iirr M*!
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^J!sThridlian
4ox Lipkind. Noted Scholar laMriw UhmH, Beverage
And Physician, Dead at Age of 74 ComPny owner, Dead at 69
t :i,.nrl <>f 2825 ans of the liniloH &*>&. r_ ._
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a Lipkmd. of 2825
,ve Miami Beach, died
latoon, Nov. 14. at the
kind who was a ret Fred
came here from New
Tears ago.
greatly responsible for
w Jewish cultural life
fjfs leadership of the local
{organization. Jewish Na-
Vnd and Bureau of Jewish
ind was chairman of the
i board of license. In ad-
L was a Hebrew scholar
[repute.
ber of Temple Emanu-El
hledical Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United States, Dr. Lip-
kind contributed to numerous sci-
entific, historical and philological
journals published in Engliab, Yi dish and Hebrew.
Many of his articles appeared in
The Jewish Floridian, his most re-
cent being a series late last year
on "Some Jewish Physicians in
the East Side at the Turn of the
Century."
Dr. Lipkind, who received his
degree at Long Island College of
Medicine, was a Mason and is sur-
vived by his wife, Bess, and two
sons, William and Norman, both of
New York. Services were Tuesday
in Riverside-Beach Memorial Chap-
el, Washington ave., with addition-
al services and burial in New York
from the carbonated beverage bu
four years ago. died at his
Berne in Miami. 5885 SW 24th st
Saturday, Oct. 22.
hJ!01,8"0? Was 69 vears ol(l and
had lived in New York until 14
2P.5? DFr Six ycars' hp oper-
ated Bell Beverage Co. there.
He is survived by his wife.
auline; three sons. Max. Ruby
and Julius; and four grandchildren.
Services were in Gordons Mi-
ami Chapel, with interment in Mt
Sinai Cemetery.
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONOR and DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
[? I?
least Region
Slates Fete;
Icabees' Theme
U all-out mobilization of
m Jewish opinion against
W infiltration of the Mid-
will be formally launched
nnual dinner of the South-
jion of the Zionist Organ-
If America at the Fontaine-'
ktel Dec. 11.
Idmner ha- been timed with
l festival of chanuka, the
i which Jews all over the
got candles for eight days
[candelabra- in their own
i homes, to commemorate and cele-
brate the deeds of the Maccabees.
traditional heroes and fighters for
Jewish freedom," Dr. Morris Good-
man, Jewish communal leader, said
Wednesday.
Prominent Zionists from seven
Southern states and dignitaries
from all over the country, are ex-
pected to attend. Theme of the
dinner is "Be a Modern Maccabee."
Seymour B. Liebman, president
of the Southeast region of the Zi-
onist Organization, numbering
thousands of Zionists in the seven
Southern states, has called for an
all-out effort to organize the Mod-
ern Maccabees." Liebman is chair-
man of the event with Dr. Good-
man honorary chairman and Jo-
seph M. Rose, co-chairman.
11 ,M.^S FREDA GLIKSMAN
31. of 00 s\\ ,7, ,, ,,. ,,
tocal I..,-,,,,.,] si,.. ,, ,urV|ved bj
her husband, Morris, and one son
gtantar. Services were on Jt a
| I. tersli i. '-Beach Memorial ri
| with iMi.lal In Ml. Sinai Cemetery;
I MRS. SADIE BURKE
;' "i i XK 52nd ( paaaed awaj
Oct. ti in ., ion] hospital. Bhe is Mlr.
med bj her Bon, Leonard, and
daughter, Mra Roae Brooks rvlrei
"......I -,; Rli n Idi Beach Me.
mortal i hapel. with Interment in Btar
f David i'. in. i. r)
OSIAS SCHECHTER
''. of '.in-.' NW Ird ave li.-.i Oc( M
!'" '! hospital. He Ih survived bt
nia wife, Kadle; one w>n, Bldne; and
i daughti Rom .-. ,
*J *' Riven di i:.... h m, mortal Chap.
i I. with Interment in Mt, Sinai Ceme-

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JACQUES FINK
-. ol 1423 Anderson mi Coral Gables,
died suddenl] Oct. -.'; in .-. local boa-
pltal. ii. araa wldel) known in Insur-
ance circlei In Miami and wat Junior
warden ..f Mlrai le lodge Ml, p a \
Xl 'I' survived by bli wife, Irene
'"....... Eugene; ami three b othei -.
Wilfred, Qllberl and Henry Hope
Si rt Icea a pi held 11. I L"> .ii Rlvei -
side-Beach Memorial Chapel, uii In-
U i in. in in Star of David i
MRS. CELIA ORKIN
7:'. ..f ;:.'. Km lid ave., died Del SO Bhe
.am., from Brooklyn 10 years agi
i survived b) tour daughters, Mra.
Emm i: H Mra. Fran, i Tepper,
Mi a, Bebe Spi rj green and Mi i
nbi i g, Bei vice* and Interment
ere In i:.....klj n, Ith lti\. i
Beai h M. hi..1 i.ii Chapel in chai gi ol
ai rangemi
LEW SIMMS
i MM Bui lid ave dli i Del :;
ii- a in., here M yeara ago and owned
two Miami I'.. a h 1 i tin.-ill ho
He I ..ii,, I;,. M Ife, Faj a
.ii.i .i bro vices and
I a. re In Sen York City, his
birthplace, with arrangements bj Rlv-
erasdi Beach Mi < > 'hapel,
MRS. ROSE FALLEK
; :. 1 .11. il II,' 88.
She go from New
York saleswoman. .-'
\.ii b) a i u Mi Ida Mech-
illbeiin.hi
Sei vlci i Curdoi
1 il h inti i in. in In Mt. .Ve-
in, i '.n,. i. rs.
Jewish Governor of Connecticut, Hon. Abraham A.
. participated in ceremonial installing his Rabbi, Dr.
pn J. Feldman of Hartford (right), as president of the
^e Council of America recently at Temple Emanu-
/iorkCity. Gov. Ribicoff was awarded the first annual
Rue Council citation for "having translated Judaism's
8vice to humanity" durina the recent Connecticut
loisis.
manity" during the recent Connecticut
ft TUESDAY
DVEMBER 22
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Elect JAMES W,
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ISAAC LEVINE
7">. vi" I Eu Id ave., died Del 27 In a
i. .Ii,.- pltal a i. nentei. ha
moved here from Chicago five years
, ml u.ii .1 n.i mbel of I he I'.ir-
band He ia aurvlved bj hla wife,
\i Rebei... l-evlm s.iv i .- and
I, ii i.il era in 'iii, ago, iili River-
side-lleach Memorial Chaiiel In i I
of local a i rangemi n I
MRS SOPHIE REISNER
il, ..I lOOOO W I'.i' II.ill",i ,li .Ii.-,1
II, i 21 in I". -.I hospital. A resident
of tin- .i.ii she .jme
finni San Antonio, Tex, Bh waa ai -
th,. m i: ii.ii B'rlth and North Shore
lewlan Center Sisterhood Hurvlvora
Include her husband, Bernard; her
parents, Mr and Mrs Jacob Prltlkln:
,, daughtei Mn Bandrs Shapiro; four
and '.' grandchildren. Sei \ -
were Oct. i'1 In Newman-Oonlon
KniKiai Home, nh burial In Mt
Sinai r. mi i. i >
JACOB GOODMAN
71, of 1477 SW Ird il who came here
alx \..n- ..^'i from Buffalo, N v., .ii. .i
11, i :". He waa retli ed eai penter
ami a member ..f Workman'a Circle
Branch W Surviving are his wife,
lila. two sons, Eugene and Ivan, two
brothers, two sisters and two irrand-
chlMren S< 11 i> u '' ''''' -"' '"
,;, ,|,,n Miami Chapel
MRS. ROSE KAHN
, 0| ... i m: ; ith ave died Spy
ghe resided here it rears, coming
tf.....i Chicago Surviving are hei hus-
band, Joeeph, and two daughters, Mrs.
Hi Kurtsman and Miss M
' Kahn Burial waa Nov. i In Mt. Btaal
I', nul. rj
SAMUEL WAINTON
-, ..r lots sw 15th si Miami, dli rt
Not .'. Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel was in charge of burial ai-
rangements,
MRS. MARION SHPRECHER
-,-, ,,r at .1. fferaon av< Mmm i.. sen.
lh,,, ,,,,, Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chaucl was In charge "i weal am
llll Ill I
MISS RAE BROWN
ir,i Marseille, dr M* i I Beach. f.....1
, .,. Riveraldi Bern h Memorial hap-
In charge of arraBsamesU
MRS ANNA LERNER
Kervlcea were Not t In Gordon a M-
,i. with burial PrkU) ... Mt
Nebo i in- I' rj
MRS. FANTSHE SKOLNIK
n di died Not -' al he*
wl..... tlslto
rTon\ Broukba -'".; 'V
'.,,,. .....ii: three sons, Dayld.
v i'.i ..ni Han ,i:.M4l,.cr
,.,. II,UK" Services and burial
lyn, with Helll
,, chaise <
ma.
00WK
MIAMI-710 $.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
Mohel
Associofeii M All Hospitals in Greater Miami
Telephone JE 1-3840
j a ii n i .. .
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"Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers"
Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926
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formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL
Edward T.
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Funeral Director
1333 DADE BOULEVARD
Phone JE 1-7677
MIAMI BEACH


Page 10 A
JenlslFkrlcHan
I^y.Now
Heart Fund Eyes
$150,000 Goal
J. N. McArthur, civic leader and
former president of the Miami
Chamber of Commerce, will serve
as chairman of the 1956 Heart
Fund campaign to he conducted organized for the purpose of tcach-
Institute Granted
State Charter
The South Florida Heal Batata
Institute Ml panted a -tate char-
ter early this month The [natltute,
located at 543 wgraham bidg. was

here Feb. 1 through 29. James C
McClelland, chairman of the board
of the Heart Aaaociation of Greater
Miami announced Wednesday.
"In the past three weeks the
public's attention has been drama-
tically focused on heart disease.
But I wonder how many citizens
realize that it is the nation's num-
ber one crippler and killer, ac-
counting for more dfaths each
year in the I'niled States and in
our own community as well, than
all others combined," McArthur
declared, in accepting the cam-
paign chairmanship "Aimed n the
solution of our foremost health
problem, our February drive un-
questionably merits the support ol
every thinking dtisen i" the
area."
The goal." he continued, has
been set at S15O.0O0. which in the
. :
....'. ram of re-
i i \ ice and
t ; the needs ol
: \'\ ii; a.ra
on nlttee," Mr.
. .: I, lia- earmarked
lal 50c of every
ind with the
i ,.!!..(,- of the com-
w we can exceed the
and make thi- area the heart
center ol the southeast."
mg. in classes and by eoir-spon-
dence courses, the Florida real es-
tate licensing law. real and per-
sonal property transactions and
related subjects
Officers of the corporation are
I G. J. Miller. M. II. Miller and S
D. Ifattaon. Mori Fremon, aaaociate
member of the Miami Beach Board
ol Realtors and ol the Florida \
Bociatioa of Realtors, h a been
named public relation- director of
the Institute.
Dr. Miller, president ol the in
stitute, bai been a resident of this
state since earl y boj hood. A
Rhodes Scholar from Florida In
1030. he received the AB from the
University ol Florida, the BA in
Jurisprudence from Oxford. Eng<
land, the LLM from Columbia Uni-
versity a- University Research Fel-
low and the Doctor of Laws with
IS an ah- highot honors from the National
cment due University ol Spam at Madrid
m
[I
Administration in New
Support of Sobeloff Post
Continued from Page 1 A
trength
a Jew in maintaining the
of America
In his response, Mr Sobeloff
-aid that the work ol voluntary or-
Kanizations like the B*naJ B'rith
is contributing to the pluralistic
vigor of our free country." He
said that American patriotism
"does not seek to stifle diversities
in ancestral traditions and group
living." adding that when our;tended the dinner, which was held
forebears were naturalized they re- at the conclusion of the annual
2222" a"fR,anCe, ,0 a" for?'Kn meeting of the B'nai B'rith Board
princes, states and sovereignties, ~~
but they were not told to empty
Arab Envoy in Washington
Assails Jewish Community
Continued from Page I A
the world consider themselves
"different" rather than an integ-
ral part of the country in which
the> reside. Mr Zeineddine alleg-; their hearts of sentiment and corn-
ed that Jews do not try to assimi- passion and memories."
late and that their allegiance goes] ------------------------------
only to Zionism He said that the AJai* |UhL Jli>M --*-
Arabs are determined to "liber- lf#* l,tff* "C0n LeOtHf
ate" Palestine and compared this VOWS Equality for Jews
goal with the aspirations of George I Continue from P.g, 1 A
Washington and the early Amen-
can colonists who sought to rid War II, and recalled that he had
America of British domination. : resisted all pressures by the Ger-
The Syrian Ambassador claimed mans and the Vichy French to ap-J
that a "curtain of contusion' is P,v discriminatory measures
thrown abort the American mind! *a,nsth Jws ol Morocco Con
Sobeloff is Presented
B'nai B'rith Medal
WASHINGTON Simon E. So-
beloff. Solicitor General of the
| United States, received the B'nai
B'rith Presidents Medal in recog-
nition of his public service, the
highest award of the organization,
at a dinner to be held here on
Nov. 8 at the Mayflower hotel,
B'nai B'rith h e a dquarters an-
nounced.
Principal speaker at the event
was United States Attorney Gen-
eral Herbert Brownell, Jr. Su-
preme Court justices and other
high government dignitaries at
Ml
Radio officer Sholomo Oppenheim, of Israeli .1
describes in hts native tongue how the ship wa.
the significance of its Hebrew name, to Hebrew
dents. Shown (left to right) are lack Shapiro, Si
George Goldring, Irving Wolfe, Rachelle
Simon, Faith Reinhard, Ira Imberman.
W VjKftl
'pOiiupn^
Rabbi Joseph L|
45 MICHIGAN AVEM.I
rbMtJfl
Barcelona Gardens
of Governors, scheduled for Nov.
6 to 8. Philip M Klut/.mek. world
president of B'nai B'rith. made the
presentation.
by "misinformation" that the "Zi-
sequently, he asserted, no harm
beiell Ihe Jewa vi Morocco
onist pressures" exert on the Unit- throughout the war, and unlike
ed States Government. He assert-'tne '"* f other countries who
ed that American-Areb relations sIufferfd s0 tragically. Moroccan
Jews lived in complete tranqui ity !on AraQ re'igets voicea last Au-
butonZi- and tntdom through,ut that pi*"* "J Secretary of State John
1 Foster Dulles.
Foreign Minister Soys Soviet
Seeks to Undermine Israel
Continued from > 1 A
force keep the peace along the Is-
rael Egyptian frontier. Such a
force, he stated would not be able
to prevent infiltration of maraud-
ers who commit sabotage, murder
and robbery' in Israel. He did ex-
press agreement with the proposal
Umdtr fftt SosorvisiM tf Antimti
SPECIAL 6 COURSE DINNERS S1.50 AND I
CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES one1
sctvme OAKY s to pal Sundays ani houmts moni
S66 Ponce ot Leon Boole vord, Cord eoUtt, I
Phone 83-8276
<*WWWWS~^V
onist propaganda.
'riod.
Giffen industries Add Sixth Branch
To Expanding Construction Group
"Gilfen noa baa branch tolNE 206th st. and Florida hu\ 9.
service the Hollywood r< i eputed to be one ol the w<
Raymond, president ol Giffen In-
dustries, Inc i
day.
will be numb* i h.
being locate I in
stead, Miami Be sen, P dale and West PaJoo Beach.
"For the present,
Hollywood Branch
Enjoy Drawing and Painting in Water Colors mi I
EBNA COLi, ART CBNfl
Smpt4h Mmy PmkMti "" d**1
121 ft N.W. 7tb AVI., MIAMI CALL IVENII
it manufactu gtent i
Ilk Raj mood i m
"It has long bean i
continued Raymond, "thai when
City or area clearly ni edl B
Giffen branch Lhej shall have it
and the tad thai i i illowed
this polks con
nstrates th;.t a a mean to
at least, the abide bj t1
wi!l operate "Prior to the advent l the Hoi-
fron the wholly-owned subsidiary lywood office roofing and
Patent Tile Company. Unrated at metal work in that area had to he
Sixth Gilfen branch office is located at NE 205th at. and Florida
hwy. 9 in Hollywood.
handled from either the main
plant in Coral Gables or the branch
at Fort Lauderdale. a somewhat
i cpenaive procedure With the new
installation it will be possible to
Cover the intermediate territory
ranging from North 119th at, Mi-
ami, right to the southern limits of
Port Lauderdale, and this, rapidly,
efficiently and economically.
"Heading the Hollywood Branch
Will Ik- Marcel GautbJar, who
brings close to 2.") yeais experience
in all typa of roofing to hi.s new
appointment Long rmHaftd with
Giffen, he is thoroughly conversant
with tt.e standards established by
the company, which insures the
customers of the branch the -..me
careful attention to detail which
ha made the name Giffen pre-emi-
nent in its field."
Kayrnoad 'aid that "in addition
'" roofing and sheet metal work.
Giffen engages in the pouring of
Gypsum roof decks as well as per-
forming the steel erection. The
area covered by Giffen on this op-
eration ranges from Key West
north through Vero Bach.
Concluded Raymond: I should
like to emphasize that while we
have the capacity to handle any
job regardless of mu? or complex-
ity, this does not mean that we
are not interested in the needs of
the individual home-owner when
it comes to rc-roofir.g, roof repairs
or sheet metal work Giffen service
is not predicted on size but qual-
ity, a.fd for those who insist on
nothing but the best Giffen is no
farther away than their telephone "
QUI66
WILL

GET IT DONE
mm!
Miami Needs QUIGC'S
EXPERIENCE
lot's Keep Him on the iob
von
QU1GG
TUESDAY
llM I'.i A* '


member 18, 1955
+Jeif>htl*rMinr)
ji
i
Page 11 A
to Tight, seated, are Mrs. Alexander
s, chairman of Conference project;
A. Frank Wellins. chairman of the
Mrs. Winifred Brown, Jewish Family
case worker; Maxwell Fassler, Jew-
lily Service case supervisor. Stand-
Dr. Stephen A. Wright, director of
Ion Elected for
i-Year Term As
lue's Director
63rd annual convention
United States Savings and
aue held in Miami Beach,
it: i.i 11, Joseph M. Lip-
bdenl of Dade Federal Sav-
r,d Loan Association of Mi-
a or of the League from the
Florida
k>n has alto served as chair-
Dd vice chairman of the U.S.
ft advertising and new bust
leveiopmcr.t committee, and
i pail president of the Flor-
}iings and Loan League.
I.fjderal has had phenomc-
rlnce organization a lit-
r21 years ago. Today, with
of more than 84 million
land reservi i \iceding fr%e
. dollars, it has taken its i
the nation's 30 lar-
B* nations. There are
6.000 savings and loan
mons in the United States
[these over 1.600 are Feder-
: saving and loan business
(country is now a 35 billion
I industry.
Child Guidance Clinic, and Emanuel Tropp,
asS1stant director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. They were partici-
pants Friday in a conference of Jewish
Women s Organization discussion Friday on
child care facilities here.
Monroe Gelb, chairman of the annual Thanksgiving eve dance
of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, is seen selling the first block of tickets to Stuart Winston,
chairman of the Branch planning council, while co-chairman
Angel Ross looks on. Dance is slated for Wednesday eve,
Nov. 23.
MUSIC STUDIO
' 0WAN THEORY
llice, M.M i>i.in-thrnry
Yin Horn, M.M. piano-organ
nn.n furni, i ly with
aCoMjrvatiirj of Musi.-
" Hit. Tarrece, Ph. J-2472
'ol AM .\t... c Advani lineal
Thanksgiving Fete
At Miami Branch
years ago are reserving tables for
the event. acCoirrinff to Gelb and
Ro.ss. Members of the planning
I committee include Mr. and Mrs.
j Gelb. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Winston,
; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wekslcr, Mr.
Traditional Thanksgiving dance, and Mrs Mllton Spooi_ Mr and
of the Town Branch. Greater Mi- Mrs Harry Kleinman. Esther Gia-
ami Jewish Community Center, sian Mrs Ruth Spivack Abe Cut.
will take place Wednesday night. ler Jerry Rothbard, Sam Bellin-
Nov. 23. it was announced by Mon-
roe Gelb, chairman, and Angel
Ross, co-chairman.
Many of the "old timers" who
have participated in these affairs
jening Wednesday, Nov. 23rd
LAGOON RESTAURANT
STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD
W Sunny Isle Boulevard (163rd St. Causeway)
UNDER DRAWBRIDGE INLAND WATERWAY
Dock Soece Om for Beat Forties
,! 5 11 SUNDAY 1 te ft PHONE 816-6661
koff and Henry Garison.
According to Israel Silver,
branch supervisor, large numbers
of the newer members of the Cen-
ter, who have had their children
enrolled in the nursery school and
day camp programs, are reserving
sections of the auditorium, which
is being set up in cabaret style.
NOTICE UNI
LEGAL NOTICE
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
><' i undi .signed, deairing to engage In
in." ,i. rictltioua nai
* 0.,al 959 W :
M ami, Fla ,
|W name win, u cier* ol
t .'.,,,1 of I 'a.I,
uv. ,'','.','',S,,K,!JT"V- *'' "
.,.. Ml i-
ll i-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
HEREBV GIVEN thai
,'l''
",:.".: name ol
>
i
'.. I .!', I i |
7-L:"',". "AV AHAhTMKNTS
."'. '"''!' Normandy Isle, Miami
h M... Intend to said
< "<< inty, Floi
ANNA i: HAGR1KANT and
MARTHA FABRICANT
V Joii t'Tenants, with
,,,-,.. '" Survivorship
MYER.- HKIMAN KAPLAN
b for Aiipii. i
8-i0 s, i,i,i Building
' 23 12 2-9
th Right
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
>.< .in -i: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
[hi ind< reigned, desiring t .
v"i-,'.",s,". "Ii'1"' ""' rictltioua name ol
>-', V!"'l: "SK BARBER SHOP, at
iii Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida mt.mis to register sni.i name
with th. clerk ..i the Circuit Court
"i Dade County, hlorida
.1 ,>,.-^.;;n,"1i;kki;",kk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Ig HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrtna to engagi I i
business under the rictltioua name of
BEACH AUTO RENTAL, al IT25 \l-
ton Rd Miami Beach. Fla., Intenda
to region i wii.i name with the Clerk
or the Circuit Courl of Dade" County.
i ii Ida.
MORRIS KLEIN (Sola Owner)
II |g.25 12 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is BERERY <;i\ i-:x thai
W to < nga
mdi i the fictitious names -.f
BA.Nm OF MIAMI: BANDY OF
FLORIDA; SANDY FASHIONS
S \h.\ V p VSHIONfa >.|- Ml \M|
s.WLV KASHIO.NH OP FLORIDA
'" Ml ida to register
- '"' na n. clerk of
ill fourl ..i |..,.!. County, Flo
.SHERRY M INI FACTCRING CO.
I'll PARDO
Seybnld Bldg
.mt
-". IS
NOT ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the anderalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictltioua nam.- of
Til.I.IK S AI'TS at 341 S.W I'th SI..
i to reglat. r said m.iih- a Ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
County, Florida.
MAX KLEIN
Til.I.ii-: KLEIN
KESSLER a GARB
Attorney a for Appllcanta
178] W. FlagJer St.
ii 18-35 II 1-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY HOUSE, at 4111 N.*MIaml
Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intenda to
.i s.ii.i name with 'he Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Huh- County.
Florida.
s A M BUILDERS, INC.
BEYMOUR B I.IKI'.MAN
Attorney for 9 a.- M Builders, Inc.
11/18-25 12.2-9__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the rictltioua name of
i:\V.\IONHS KAMI.IS STEAK
HOUSE .<.- COCKTAIL LOUNGE, at
III1C Blscasne Blvd., N .Miami, intend
to reglater aald name with the Clerk
<( the Circuit Court -.r Dade County.
1 la.
HERBERT SCHNEIDER
CHARLES R< ISENBERG
KES8LER .s GARB
v.:..inej foi Appllcanta
1782 w hlagl. i st.
i I8-J3 v: -'-
Miami
BEACH FEDERAL
HOME OF THE FAMOUS
Just 3 minutes from New York City's
Grand Central Terminal and con-
veniently near to the Fifth Avenue
shopping district, the Lexington is
centrally located. Its 891 outside,
rooms or* all equipped with com-
bination tub and shower bath,
circulating ice wofer, full-length
mirror, 4-station radio. Television.
,"Ntw York's Friendly Hotel''
Near the United Nations
LEXINGTON Nil AT m ST, N.T.C \J)
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN
the-undersigned, desiring to engai
bus.....na under the fictitious name INDUSTRIAL MURALS .s
PLAYS .il Mi S Miami Avi
M lanil, i lot Ida. Intend I tar a-tid
clerk ..' in.- Cl
.1 Bade i -1111 j. Flo
TKI.MVIM' IN KIL-M-Al: i
skj:VI. I' W
i...i..

Florida
ii i- i..i ilia iiiji
s. ii,i: i.uAinl
I'ALLOT, SILVER .s Ml LLOY
Attornayi foi Te evislon i Urn-
Aii Service, Inc.
'.".'i i 'ongrese I Hag Miami, t
ii I8-2S 12/2-J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36566
In K. EH | vn: .,K
ISRAEL LINETZK1. I >e. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona I
Ing Claima or Demand! Against
Eatate:
You, a nd a. b "f *hu aw hi
notified and required i" preaeni any
claima and demanda which you,
either <>f you, ma; have against i le
< ISRAEL LINETZKY,
i late of Middlesex County, n. *
Jersey, i" the Honorable Co
Judge* of Dade County, and fill
vain.- in their offices In thi Co
Courthouse In Dade County, Flo
within itrtu calendar montha Iron
.int. ..f the fii-Ht publication I"
sai.i claima "i demanda to .
the legal addri ..f the claimant and
t.> i- aworn i.> ami presented aa al
said, or aamc will be barred. s,.
lion 78S.16 of the IMS' Probate Ai t.
Iat- November 11, 19
MARGARET KLEIMER
JACK LINET
Aa Admlnlatratora of the
Eatate of
ISRAEL LINETZKY,
i .- bed.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
At tot net' fur Admlnlatratora
II IK-2.-. 12/2-9
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PI
ENTH SHALL COME, GREETU
Whi -
s. IL Gl ILDMAN,
Ml \Ml i:i: \. !. I'l.. IRH \
GEORGE .1. TAI.IW'H I-.
\ll \Mi BEACH, l-'i.i IR] i
ROSALIND 8UTTA,
Ml \.Ml BEACH, FLOR1I -
.i.i on the Bth da] of I" mbi r, .\ i.
1951, be in. : poraU -i und r
the i'- i-
si.ii.....-. MARK ALAN C< IRP., <
|i,,i ali.ii, with its inii ;;.:.! plai
Ikimih- ..i Miami Beach, Dade Co
i\. in Hi- State of.Florida, and wh.
aa the proper offlcera ..f auoh
il hi did on the 9th da) ol
vember, A.D.
in the offl a il iii. Ke. i etarj i I
>f Th>- State of Florida, .. duly autl
tli a ted i esotut Ion adopted
atockholdera under the provisions
aald Chaptei 198, Florida Btal
-in.wine tin- dissolution ..f inch
poratlon.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
Btate does hefebi rertify !> the f
k>..iik and thai he ia satisfied I
mi, nis nf law have been
plied w ith.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto net my 1
and haw affixed th.- <;i-a!.
Seal of the State of Floi
at Tallahasacc. the Capital,
this the ninth da) of N.i'
bar,, A 11 1955,
R, A. GRAY.
Becretary of state.
tSEAL)
II IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBV OIVEN th,t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ri.-titioup name
BAYSHORE INVESTMENT CO., at
inn i: hi Lido Drive, Miami BeaHi.
Florida, int.-n.l t.i register said name
with the Clark ..f the Circuit L'
of l>ade County, Florida.
JOSEPH WILLIAMSON
MELVIN GOLDSTROM
RI'TH W. 'I' H.IiSIH. '.\i
11 1-11-18-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fi.-tltious nam.
GOLDSTROM INVESTMENT CO.. at
100 l-:. Iii Lido Drive, Miami Be
Florida, Inti n i to n giater Bald n
Ith the f.nerit of the Cln nit I'
o| bade '..iint.v. Floi Ida
MELVIN GOLDSTRI l
RUTH tf. Q> iLDSTRI
11/4-11-18 23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN
th.. undersigned, desiring to ngmg
busini aa undei the fi. titloua nan
Vi hi: l LORIDA GUIDE, at
Northeast I24tli Btreet, North Mia
Florida, Intenda to i eglatei said I
with the Clerk of the Circuit I
of Dade .''.nun. Florida
.I. i| IN Tl L< MEi >. Sole ''
Vl iN BAM FT AND KRAVITS
Attorneya foi John Tolomeo
Becurlt) Building
11/11 -18-25 12/2____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBV GIVEN
the undei signed, desiring t.i enga
bualnesa under the rictltioua -
JOSEPH CULIJSN. at J810 N.W
st., Miami, intenda to retriat.
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Court ..I Dade County, Floi
MAURICE CnllKN
Il 1-U-18-1B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thif
the undersigned, .U-slrlng t.> -
l,n.-iii. under the fictitloua nan
K >' P V'KA'iK STORE, .hi- N-W
lal A*nue, Miami. Florida. Int.
i., register sni.i name with the i
of the iii.uit Court of I'a'le County,
''" CHABLES M K.'ii.iN
MARK SILVBRSTEIN, Attv
420 Lincoln K..a.l. Miami Beach, na.
10/2S 11/4-11-18


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Many little children don't seem to be "little"
anymore these day*. At least that's the feeling of
Mrs. Paul Bransfcer* 4600 North Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach. -
Pat's now president-elect of the Miami Chil-
dren's Theater, which goes into its 17th year this
. season. Pat feels children are making the head
often-and not for very good reasons. .
. think* a vast majority of them are no longer interested in
cole things of lifelike circuses, and wouldn't walk across
t to see a professional production of a beautiful fairy
rs this isn't sophisticationit's something quite differ-
ami Children's Theater is .going to try to deal with this
Pat's Meridian ave. home was the site this week of a
,.|unfheon to iron out details about making the theater
a "sugar-coated'' weapon against juvenile delinquency.
ant survey of the hotel industry here was gratifying for
ople. .-
Ming the survey's list for the most influencial and most
rman in Miami Beach is Baron de Hirsch Meyer. .
pder. too. Baron lends his name and ability to numerous
able causes and has given funds to every worthwhile en-
Lweek column reported the fact that Budd Schulberg
: Makes Sammy Run," "The Disenchanted," "On the Water-
c won't be hack here for the winter season. .
thfr new- about the Schulberg family is that old B.P.,
^Hollywood mogul, who has lived in the Miami area for a
fcof years finally moved into a new home with wife Lynn
IRidgewoo.l. Key Biscayne. .
land In- wife, Vicki, who recently decided to make their
mit residence in Sarasota, may however join his mother
ither for a I hanksgiving family reunion, even though he's
Bollywood en a picture assignment. Incidentally. Budd's
;. Stuart, a motion picture producer in Paris, plans to be in
[for a few days. .
i make the circuit complete, Stu also has a new homein
tdieval village of Cagncs-sur-Mcr in the Alpes Maritime* of
fern France Wife Barbara and their three children wil remain
r.tontinent during his trip. Stu flew from France Tuesday to
three weeks <>f business in New York. His visit here i- to
P. and mother Lynn.
| *er Manj Zucca, who became a grandmother again last
,. delaying the opening of her Miami home for the winter
l5ecau-e ol a trio of concerts in New York. .
[Havana N .lit-" had its first performance Friday in Town
Kith Joan Field the violin soloist. .
(to Dec 9. Joan, who lives with her husband on Normandy
ppears at Gotham's Hunter College to premiere Mana Zucca's
I new Violin Concerto in D major. Schedule calls for Joan to
I the concerto Dec. 11 in the Brooklyn Museum.
leachites on the Move: Mr. and Mr. Charles Fruchtman, of
Bgo pi., are in Toledo, O., for a brief visit. .
?Vhile in Mexico City, the Irwin Raffals, of 105 North Shore
pe guot- at the Monte Cassino hotel.
Biniel Neal Heller didn't join the harrassed. smoking fathers
I the arrival ol offspring in Mt. Sinai hospital last Friday
lead. Dan addressed the congregation of Temple Beth
iasor-h.| pers marked Veterans Day durum M prices their
rtheevei iver. Dan became the father of a second
I firl. .
Hb Diane president of the Greater Miami chapter Wom-
talencan OKT Dan is immediate past st:rte commander of
tment ol Florida JWV.
Ttation iant Danny Arnstain is back in his Collins
I* me. which means the season has definitely arrived. :
5^ him are attorney Ed Weisel, who plans to stay a month.
*SUl James Lehr and banker Paul Maiur. Jim and Paul will
i-iiami Beach for two weeks. .
tonny'i houseguest in February will be Joe E. Lewis, when
Wernationally renowned comedian opens at the Eden Roc. Joe
tt in Gotham Town now, following a throat operation.
lmt Whisperings About Town: Talk is that Herb Classman
j* trying to invest in the Eden Roc with Harry Mufson. .
''ends have been seeing Hertrand Harry with their head- to
"numerous occasions and deduce this to be the reason.
lnd Mr- Danitl Shorell's Rivo Alto Island residence Wed
J *as the site of a farewell party for son and daughter m-
* J" Mrj D*vid Goodwin. .
L*"d and Ann said goodbye to friends over cocktails prior
"leaving for the service. Ann returns to Durham. N.C.. to be
Parents the Baxter H. Millers, "for the duration."
IruH ************
Lla- Lnivers"> Varsity Glee Club arrived here Nov. 10
Nth.aml ;| h;,!f nours I*te. But the club was lucky because
* memhers nas B motner ..with no littie influence." .
J Albert Pick, mother of Rafael, managed to get the boys
Eot?h Al",""nurn In time to sing at 8 p.m. How? Flortrua
10n p a police escort all the way. .
EraJr*w'i F,or#nc entertained the club at luncheon in her
b>,,i J. h"me witn guests, among others, including I M
Dr- Jay Pearson. DeanJJohn Bitter and Mrs. Man.
.^jordionjjj Rody B-om d|(J muslcal honors as accompanist to
*"n,,w Marshall.
**s,
f"W Mt Sinai Staff: Dr. and Mrs. Richard Flaming were
*.~tu.
ovnan s
"World
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, November 18, 1955
Section B

Jolly family ^roup at Westview Country
club's first dinner dance of the season Satur-
day night included this foursome. Left to
right are Mrs. Roy R. Schechter, her parents,
the Sidney Meyers, and her sister, Mrs.
Charles Goldstein.
Five new life members and 110 new members
are inducted during Wednesday's fourth an-
nual membership tea of the United Cerebral
Palsy Association at the Algiers hotel. Mrs.
Abraham Wasserman. president, is shown
left In one ol the largest gatherings in its
history, some 500 persons witnessed the pin-
ning of the quintet of women who earned
permanent affiliation during a Beacon of
Light candlelight ceremony conducted by
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, vice president (cen-
ter). Mrs. Norman Jaffe (looking on), co-chair-
man of the day, outlines plans for the UCP's
annual Tag Day held this year Nov. 14.
Women Study Locdl Child Cere Facilities
^Tex, late last wek. .
nor. are due back sometime Friday
Child care facilities in Dade county^ were pre-
sented in three aspects at the Conference of Jewish
Woman's Organizations opening meeting Friday at
the Miami Women's club. Delegates from the 80 Jew-
It. women's groups represented in Conference will
uke back to their individual organizations this in-
ormaUon along w.th a timely resolution and new,
of current activites of the Conference.
The business portion of the program culminated
in the unanimous adoption of a resolution provoked
by the tense situation in the Middle East. Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, representing the Zionist Council of
South Florida, presented the resolution to be for-
warded to President Eisenhower, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, Governor LeRoy Collins and
Continued on Page 4 B


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Hf Afj SOME 010 fAVOKIUS
Recipe for Pickling Any Firm-Meshed
Fish Easy to Follow, Easy on Budget
From ;i reader comes a request CoveY with the following Marinade
it good recipe for pickled fish, j and use after 48 hours This will
The Following recipe has been keep for several weeks, if appetites
ound especially helpful to home can be controlled
makers who like to he prepared for
ecial quests on short notice
This method of preparing any firm
bed fish that can DC fried and
"pickled" is easy to follow, and
Bt u eaa) on the budget Try it
and he convinced.
PICKLED FRIED FISH
3 pounds of fish fillets urn var-
ietyhalibut, flounder, etc)
2 eggs
Clip fine Mat/o Meal (or bread
crumbs, cracker crumbs or
flour)
Salt and pepper to taste
Cut the fillets into serving por-
tions Salt lightly and let stand in
the refrigerator in a covered con-
tainer for at least one hour. Rinse
:n cold water, wipe dry with paper
towels Beat eggs lightly Sprinkle
some of the Matzo Meal over fish
and dip first into beaten eggs then
in more Mat/o Meat Pat each por-
tion of fish with a paper napkin
-sprinkle lightly with mixed salt
and pepper. If desired Fry in deep
h"t shortening or any preferred
i oil till nicely browned on
sides Lei brown well before
Mining, tor best result- place the
lish in a crock or i lass dish
Beth Emeth Square Dance
Mrs M Kreitman is chairman
the Beth Emettl Sisterhood
lan< N M < the West
Little River Communit) Center,
\w 83rd st Hoctfl..... will be
Meadamea Mel Grayaon, Bar
St< rling and P Cordon.
FISH MARINADE
1 1 cup white or cider vinegar
3 tablespoon* brown sugar
li to cup cold water
1 Union, slued thin
2 ba> leaves
2 cloves garlic
1 UaiDOOII mixed herbs or ore-
gano
Peppercorns, bits of red pep-
per, optional
Combine vinegar, sugar, water to
taste, depending on strength of
vinegar. Bring to a boil Pour over
the cooled fish in crock and add
sliced lemon and the other ingredi
ents (or flavoring. Cover and let
stand till cool Refrigerate before
using after 48 hours Store in the
refrigerator Serves 12 to 15.

How about giving your tongue a
sleigh-ride with these:
HOME-MADE SHERBET
(Basic recipe serving 4)
Milk Shrbt:
3 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons orange juice
"i cup sugar
A dash ol salt
2 cups homogenized milk
Combine fruil Juices with sugar
and tall Stir in the milk gradually
and turn into freezer tray Turn
cold control ol electric refrigerator
freezer compartment to coldest
point or follow general freezing di-
ms for your refrigerator
Meeting t
B*>k Review
inn of the cr*1^
* 21. at ,he *>;>'
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Learns book, ^2*
NO SKILL
Just mix aii
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Mrs. Morton A. Grant (left), Bxandeia Women's committee
"Bookworm" editor, shows book to Mrs. Ben Zion Ginaburg,
president, for the installation of ofjicere meeting at 1 p.m.,
FriSay in the Miam Women's club. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
be installing officer.
WhttXakitfx.
Oevil s Feee-Mil
NsMba*
Hmy 'iSpctCaii
Re-
to the milk and stirring well
duce sugar to cup.
Strawberry Sherbet is made by
mashing a 10 ounce package of
quick frozen berries with a fork or
potato masher and stirring it into
the milk Heduce sugar to '- cup.
Red or black raspberries may be
mashed while frozen then pressed
Freeze till outer edge i- solid but trough a fine strainer to eliminate
Compare
center still mushy. Turn into a
bowl and beat with a rotary beater
till smooth and fluffy Return to
tray and freeze till firm Best serv-
ed immediately but can be kept at
normal freezing temperature for
several hours
Fruit Sherbet is made by adding
'_ cup eoncentrated orange or
pineapple juice, quick frozen kind.

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in the U.S. to do special re-
search on a Bollingen Founda-
tion grant at Yale, assisting Er-
win R. Goodenough. Professor
oi History and Religion.
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member 18, 1955
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I HAN COOKiDJGOS^
}| Evenings and Warm Meals
Ideal Time for Pitcha Highlight
Special jfavorites
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tavoritees-
r.be)i hoi meals ;ire becom-
C order of the fall evening
PL a cool. toothMM mor-
f,inue> to remain in order.
t a favorite means of prepar-
ITCHA, Basic Rip
fclfs feet, cleaned and sawed
like pot
I water t<> cover
iion .
lj cloves Hi garlic ________
3 bay leave
1 teaspoon peppercorns
Salt to taste
2 tablespoons lemon juice or "2
cup mild vinegar
3 hard cooked eggs, sliced or
diced
Sliced lemon for garnish and or
parsley sprigs
The butcher will make sure the
calf's feet arc ready for the pot if
you order in advance. Cover with

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Mr. and Mrs. Joitpk irtnmtr
MM water and cook 10 minutes or
" '" to W boil. Skim well and
"<" onion, garlic, bayleavea and
peppercorns. Reduce the heat to a
mow boil or simmer and let cook
1 least out hour. Skim again and
continue vouking ... heil
for about 3 hours or till the meat
and gristle begins to stand away
from the bones Strain the liquid
into a bowl or glass container. Cut
the meat and soft gristle into tiny
bits and add to the liquid. Taste
and season with salt to taste. Add
lefhon juice or vinegar.
Return to pot and bring to a
quick boil. Let cool and turn into
1 '= or 2 inch deep rectangular
dishes. Chill till partly jelled
and add the sliced or diced hard
cooked egg, distributing by press-1
ing flown with the bowl of a ipoon
Chill till completely jelled and
firm enough to cut into 2 inch
squares for serving on lettuce or
other salad greens with diced
, lemon and parsley for garnish.
Serves 6.
Variation 1: Add 1 wineglass of
dry wine or sherry before molding
Pitcha.
Variation 2: Beat egg whites in a i
bowl before straining the cooled i
liquid and stir in about half. Add I
' the remainder, liquid without the
diced meat and gristle, and cook
. about 20 minutes or till clear, if a
"clear" Jelly is desired. When j
cold, stir in the wine or sherry
and combine with the cut-up bits of
meat and gristle for chilling till i
firm.
SUGARY AND SPICYbut unfortunately protected by glass^-
these cookies drew the rapt attention of 2V'2-year-old Marjorie
Dee Silver, of 16815 NW 24th ct., at the newly-opened
ShopAramathe 27th Avenue Farmers Market. Cookies were
only one of thousands of items on sale in the teeming market's
56 stores and booths. The million-dollar venture is the largest
operation of its kind in the south.
Beach Division to Hear Women's Report Wednesday
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Miami Beach Division, month-
ly board meeting will be held on
Wednesday morning, Nov. 23, at
the home of Mrs. John Porte, 5420
LaGorce dr.
Mrs. Howard Grove, president of
the Miami Beach division, will dis-
cuss the results of conferences with
Miss Sara Lee Berkman, field rep-
resentative from National Council
of Jewish Women, who was in Mi-
ami last week.
| MOB CEREMONY FRIDAY EVE
Dedicated in Brenner Honor
iMutifully designed synagogue window donated to Congregation
b by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers in honor of her parents,
Mrs. Joseph Brenner, will be dedicated during Beth Jacob's
I evening services. '
cation address will be delivered by Rabbi Tibor Stern. Can-
Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy.
rial event about the dedication will be the presentation of a
tof the stained glass window to the Brannars by Mr. and Mrs.
fc and Mrs. Brenner will soon celebrate their COth wedding an-
They have been permanent residents here nte January,
e Brenner was president of Beth El Sisterhood, Yeshivah
[Aaron and Mizrachi.
of Hope Group To Install Officers
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Won luncheon of the City
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Monday noon. Nov. 21, at the
pne Terrace hotel.
I Norman R. Lyons will in-
[Mrs. Sarah Sparr president.
to assume office include the
s Rose Pertes and Polly
*r, vice presidents; Fay
treasurer; Gladys Weiss,
secretary; Ralph Sparr,
recording secretary; and Irene L.
Cook, corresponding secretary.
Board members are Pauline Bel-
enoff, Beckie Becker, Rose Meltzer,
Ida Simon, Fannie Seigel, Margaret
Tandlich, B. Schoenfeld, Clara
Greenberg and Jenny Glicken
house.
Guest spealer will be Dr. Mor-
ris H. Blau.
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This group of women are assisting Temple
Emanu-El to insure success of the Temple's
5250,000 "burn the mortgage" campaign.
They are (left to right, front row) Mrs. George
Goldberg. Mrs. Leo Robinson and Mrs. Sam
Liptoo. Back row are Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
Mrs. Max Boderman. Mrs. Joseph Abelow,
Mrs. Jack Falk and Mrs. lules Channing.
Dade Child Care Facilities Aired by Women's Organizations

Continued from P*oo 1 B
other Federal and State political leaders.
"Be it (further) resolved that our government
support the IN in its responsibilities to maintain
the boundaries as established in the Armistice
Agreement of 1949 and Rive leadership to world ef-
forts to establish lasting peace in the Middle East. "
the resolution reads in part.
Mrs. Meyers also emphasized the need for per-
sonal and individual organizational cooperation in
meeting the crisis She urged that telegrams be sent
to the State Department in protest, so that Israel
might not become another Korea because of apathy.
High on the agenda was Conference's Ser\
camp project, wherein holiday packages arc sent to
men and women overseas. This project is financed on
a voluntary basis by contributions from member or-
i^Rizations. Besides the Overseas ( hanuka and
Pesach parcels, this year i special Christmas pro-
%rm I1- being initialed at the Veterans hospital. Ball
point pen> Inscribed with the Conference's name "
yill be sent to all the bed ridden on a non-sectarian
Mais,
. A detailed report was made on the recent Con-
ference Ix-adership Training Institute, and members
were urged to attend the coming Eederation In-
Jtjtuto on Not. 30.
Mrs A Frank Wellifia, chairman of the day.
latroduced the panel of experts on child care. Dr.
Stephen A Wright, director of the Child (iuidance
*nic of Dartc rnffrtly. Pressed Hie urgency of help
the emotionally disturbed child He revealed that
here are from 300 to 500 emotionally disturbed
Jildren under 15 in Dadfl county, who need full
me caro. and there is no public facility in the State
Florida for them."
Dr. Wright said the guidance clinic is an out-
tient clinic for children between the ages of three
18 and performs multiple services "Besides direct
fteatment to children and their parents, it offers
information and educational services, consultations
with schools and welfare agencies and aid in com-
munity planning.
Dr. Wright stated that "all children need aj
framework in which to grow which includes loved
AW respected persons, in order to learn the values
of his culture." He pointed out that the philosophy
of the clinic is that any child or per.-on is capable
of change and that, in order to be of service, "help
must be given to the parents as well as to the child.
Therefore, the clinic cannot cope with the needs of a
child from a broken home, or for the mentally sick
who need full time care."
Emanuel Tropp. assistant director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center, discussed how
group work meets children's needs and specifically
how the Federation-supported Center is organized to
offer this experience, through nursery schools, after
school care for first and second graders, play
groups, day camps and day care services.
"Whereas problem children may derive special
benefits from such experience, all children need con-
trolled grwup^.experience as valuable aid in their
growing up processes." Troup said. "The needs
wruch group work can satisfy are belonging outside
the family, friendship and acceptance, working to-
gether and shajmg. new ideas and interests, creative-
ness", a natural means of identifying with one's
Jewfch heritage and the development of person-
ality,"
Maxwell Fassler, case supervisor of the Jewish
Family Service,'pointed out how all welfare Inter-
ests today are emphasizing the maintenance of
family unity Counselling services on marital prob-
lems and parent child relationships are all provided
white ifee family is intact in the hope of strengthen
ing these relationships, he said.
When the-home breaks down it is like a com-
municable disease? in the community." Fassler added,
describing "hof inadequate are the Federal and
.State financial fol programs, and the special plights
have to dependfcon private agencies for help."
Fassler disolssed the foster home care program
"u *5Pjh*"amily Service through which five
children a** already been placed and three are
now wattinjfa| placement.
Progranytoncluded with a panel discussion mod
crated by Mrs Alexander Robbins. chairman of the
(inference project Participants who answered ques-
tiana'trom the* audience were Dr. Wright Tropp
Fassler and Mil Winrfred Brown, child care worker
for jpwrvn Family Service.
North Dade GRJ Chapter Schedules Fashion Show
North Dade chapter of Worn ( Shopping Plaza. Hair Styles are by
en's American ORT. will hold a Prances & Audrey, Coiffure De
brunch fashion show at the Golden Ut*?en "' North Miami.
Gate hotel Nov 21 ^n exn'bition dance will be giv
Fashions will be by Ben Gra- SrhLfS ***'*, l Gcf*a
. ur" .Carlson, who opcr-te the dance
bers Plaza Shop of Biscayne, studio at the Golden Gate.
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"Meet me at the Fontainebleau" is -the
Ljg-dly invitation on the cover of thousands
|oi nailing pieces going out to the women
lollkide county from the Greater Miami Jew-
ish federation Women's division. Working
to pake their second annual educational
Icfrierence Nov. 30 a smash success ate
Ithese members of the reservations comrait-
w"seated (left to right): Mrs. Amy FteecF,
e:::sentinc Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary; "
Mrs. Harold Melnick. The Fla?-
ler-Granada choral group is
scheduled to appear on the pro-
gram under the direction of Mrs.
Ray Berrin.
In charge of hostesses is Mrs.
Carl Weinkle. tCcservdions are
being handled by Mrs. William
Brenner, and directing the' W-
rangements committee will hfe
Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Rabbi Try-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader n(
Temple Emanu-1 and preside
of the Rabbinical Association
Greater Miami, will act as
stalling officer of the first official
set of Women's Divisiqi officers
for 1936.
. _________MX.--------------~-------------------
Mrs. Samuel Pollack, president, Miami
Beach chapter, American Women's ORT;
Mrs. Goldie Auerbach and daughter. Miss
Miriam Auerbach. Mt. Sinai Hospital Aux-
iliary; Mrs. Benjamin Copelan and Mrs. Stel-
la Lipkowitz, both of Hadassah. Standing:
(left) Mrs. James Paulen, American Jewish
Congress, and (right) Mrs. Alyce Mayne,
Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.
jinal Skit Will Keynote Women's Educational Conference
In: irmati n. entertainment and
(utt are the keynote of an orig-
) >kit written by two of Mi-
top women community
wrkers. ami Ix-ing prepared for
tbcarsals this week.
mix up for the second
time. Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens and
Mrs Charles E. Gottlieb have au-
thorized a unique dramatic pre-
sentation which will appear high
on the program of the second
annual women's educational con-
ference sponsored by the Wom-
IWw leaving for Israel, Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens (left), edu-
jorton chauman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Waawj's Division, collaborated with Mrs. Charles E. Gott-
|W in the writing of a dramatic skit to be presented at the
Ntoaebleau hotel on Thursday. Nov. 30. _
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ami Jewish Federation.
The all-day function will start
at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau hotel. Members
and representatives of some 5r
leading women's organizations
are expected to be on hand to par-
ticipate.
Mrs. Stevens, who is currently
touring Israel and the Middle
East as a member of the United
Jewish Appeal Study Mission, is
expected to submit a firsthand
report on the current Israel crisis
upon her return to Miami.
. Arrangements are being made
to accommodate approximately
800 women for luncheon at the
bin affair, according to Mrs. Sam-
uel Marks and Mrs. Murray Shaw,
attendance co-chairmen.
Although participants in the
Stevens-Gottlieb skit have not as
yet been disclosed, advance re-
ports indicate that a Miami hus-
band and wife team, nationallv
known for their long-time record
of communal service, will be the
principal characters.
The original "across-the-break-
fast-table" radio show is widely
known by women's audiences
from coast-to-coast.
According to Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, year-round Women's Di-
vision chairman, organizations
have been requested to make
early reservations to guarantee
group seating in the Grand Ball-
roob. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will
preside at the conference as
chairman of the day.
The conference aims to unify
the women of Greater Miami into
a strong, well-informed group
and to encourage wider participa-
tion in the service programs and
welfare work directed by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, pro-
gram coordinator of the all-day
event, ha* named Mrs. Leo Acker
bub. Mrs. Moe Feinold end Mrs.
Max Weiti to serve with the pro-
gram committee. Named to serve
on the decorations and exhibits
committee are Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov, Mrs. Morris Honigbaum and
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Mrt. Jack fmrhtr
Women Voters Air
Problems at Homes
Of Members Here
Choice of items to recommend
for the national program of the
League will be discussed h> mem-'
I the League of Women Vol
ters i i Miami Beach at their unit;
this week. The neighbor-
1 ".I discussion groups will alto
ke up the constitutional amend-
ment for home rule in Dade
i ontj
Meeting was held al the home of
Mrs D D< nald Smith, 1411 Lenoi
Mi i will be at
< h ime ol Mrs Hal T Mi
64 Harding ave on Pridaj. No*
' i" a m and at the home ol
Ml li I 3168 Prairie
M laj. No\ 21. at l p mi
tanong the Items so fat
; i-in are a survej ol
tional educational needs, a study
im di lation for oli
oblems conservation laws, i nit-
Nation* needs and the League's
esenl national interests; support
ton ign trade legislation and the
\ i d 11 rogram
Mrs N il el and Mr- Jul
lurce
ain all units to present
mentioned other sug-
gestions by members for program
topics will also be considered at
. lits.
Auxiliary Party
Proceeds for Home
Third Annual "break the bank"
tinch and card party of the
ter Miami Women's Auxiliary.
lewish Home for the Aged, will
6 held at the Algiers hotel on
Wednesday, Nov. 23
Admission will be by the pre-
sentation of a bank containing five
ollars or more. Proceeds of the
affair go to the Sidney Appcl
Medical Fund of the Auxiliary,
v. hich takes care of most of the
r edical. dental and rehabilitation
reeds of Senior Citizens at the
Home.
Mrs. Sol Silverman is president
the Auxilary. Mrs Stella Gor-
don is chairman.
Preparations in Full
Swing for Annual
Membership Fete
Preparations are in full swing
for the annual membership tea of
the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women of America to be held at
the Di Lido hotel on Nov. 22
In making plans for this gala
function of the year. Mrs. Jack Far-
ber, membership chairman. Wed
nesday issued an advance call to
all women in the community "to
affiliate with this organization "
"The national Mizrachi Women
of America number over 50.000
members, and has taken the lead
in developing a vast program of so-
cial services, in which* young and
old are benefitted." Mrs. Farber
said.
Working on arrangements are
Mrs. Farber, chairman, Mrs. Lilian
Herman, co-chairman, Mrs. Eman-
uel Karger, regional chairman.
Mrs. Charles Turk, Mrs. Isidore
Sootier, Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Mrs
Irving Shalom, Mrs. Edna Sells,
Mrs. Ann Tanner. Mrs. Max Stern-
stein. Mrs. Alexander Gross, Mrs.
Irving Levy. Mrs. Alfred Stone is
president.
Ellen J. Rothman is chosen sweetheart of the Junior Optimist
Club of Miami Beach Senior High School and queen of the
Miami Beach Optimist club during Optimist week festivities.
Ellen, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Irving flothman, 4259 Nau-
tilus dr., is seen exhibiting her winning trophy to Emcmuel
Goldstrich. past president, and Jack Low. president, of the
Miami Beach Optimist club.
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WHiE Mothers^
Honor Pledge u
University of MUmi J-J
vwsity of Alab.nia anH
ers at a luncheon V?
noon.Nov ,9,attne2J
Lorraine Sugerman
ave. 0,wIi
Sam Hirsch will gbJ
tic reading. "* M
Hostesses win inciuoa j
[dames Ruth Dubbing
man. Cole Kosch, c'lehjl
Hilma August, Zona r
Agudath Jsroti Shi
Atops /nsrollotian,
General meeting of
hood of Agudath 1*31
Thursday.
Complete plans for nVH
tion luncheon at the rti
hotel. Jan. 3 were fornii_
Esther Lerman, preiidest,,
First rummage silt ottl
son will take place oni
Nov. 27, at Stevens'
NW 27th ave.
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Israelite Center Barn Dance
Isrealite Center will hold its an-
nual barn dance Saturday night,
Nov. 19 Gene Baylis, well known
caller, will call the turns. Sol
Koenigsberg is chairman of the af-
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B'nai B'rith Women
Meetings, Fetes
B'nai. B'rith Women of Miami
w.ll meet Tuesday at Beth I);ivj(<
auditorium. m
uei* speakeMriP he MA. tfw:
ton SttlnkerK, aflRon.-il reflMHnt-,
B nth building foundation.
Hosts are Mr. and Mrs George
Walbaum and Mr. and Mrs Irvine
Hauptman.
Chapter met this week for a
luncheon barbecue at the home of
Mrs. Ida Jaffc, 1895 SW llth ter.
In charge of serving was Lisa
Yaffe.
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[*d Mr*. *"' tMftB
jons Mark
| Anniversary
nd Mrs. Morris Gordon,
Ird *.. Miami Beach, eele-
eir 50th wedding anniver-
__ day evening, Nov. 12, at
mv hotel.
jjrdons were married Nov.
in New York City.
of Brooklyn, where
uvj was owner of the
J Coat b Apron Supply Co.,
iplf have been permanent
[Beach residents for many
ive three children. Dr.
Bernard, both of this
(Mrs. Max (Edith) Sack,
id. NY All three chil-
Juding seven grandchil-
ire guests at the Saxony
Mired. Mr. Gordon is ac-
[the Hebrew Academy and
l.to Temple Kmanu-EI and
Synagogue. Mrs. Gor-
to the Sisterhoods of
faftations
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
South Florida this week revealed
the first in a series of education
forums for better living to begin
Monday evening. Nov. 21, at the
Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
principal speaker and discuss
"Spiritual Foundations for Living."
Also appearing will be Dr. David
Hathan in a talk on "Present Day
Knowledge of iJeart Disease" and
Dr. Victor Rugef on "Women's
Dualism in Heart Disease."
Mrs. Bettie Birchansky is chair-
man of the affair.

B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will hold.a holiday ball on
Saturday evening. No*. 18, at Hil-
lei House, 1100 Miller dr.
Dancing will be to the music of
and Torah Are One" was the
theme of the cantata highlighting the meet-
ing of Beth David Sisterhood Wednesday
afternoon, at Beth David auditorium. Partici-
pating in the cantata were (seated left
to nqht) the Mesdames Maurice Hyman,
Yaakov Rosenberg. Morris Rabinowitz. Har-
_MPont. Standing are the Mesdames Louis
Rosen, Louis Schwartzman, program chair-
man, Albert Dubler, Jack Donnerstag, musi-
cal director. Michael Koven, Jack Toppell
and Max Silver. Mrs. Max Silver will serve
as the moderator. Abo slated was a Chan-
uka exhibit by Mrs. David Pornes, chairman
of "Judaism in the Home." Invocation was
by Mrs. Harry August.
Lear School Pupils Elect Officers
Carol Cohen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Cohen, has been
elected president of the General
Ronnie Shaw and his orchestra.
Mrs. William Hechler is chairman
of the affair.
Organization, student governing
body of the Lear School, it was an-
nounced Wedneday by Mrs. Ida
Lear, school director.
Other officers chosen to serve
through the February semester are
Ronnie Lane, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Lane, vice president; Na-
tasha Feinman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Feinman, treas-
urer; Margie Friedland, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedland, sec-
retary; and David Basker, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basker, ser-
geant-at-arms.
The officers, elected by fellow
students, are juniors and seniors
in the senior high school.
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rs Mark
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I Mrs. Jacob Schiff mark-
t'SOlh wedding anniversary
fit the Israelite Center,
legation honored the cou-
f.Schiff lu> Icon financial'
ry of the Center for the past'
^Morton Malavsky. spirit-1
. officiated at the cere-1
LCintor Samuel Salkow as-
Mrving Sperling was pro-
Mirman.
Weinben;. chairman of
pier board, presented Mr.
Schiff with a golden
lurles Fidelman, president,
ker.
[Schilt was connected with
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to/^/fcrfcftaC-
Fridc
tae r^cctlm of Society y>Untfi&e& rtfout *J
One hundred guests helped Mr. and Mr a ,
warm" their new horn* Sunday at 4470 Jefferson *'**
aolcted by her sister-in-law. Mrs. IUk. X'-*i^
honor were Mr. Aaperta parents, the Mom, k\*Zl\"*
turned from an extended vacation AUo inirr ***
list were Mrs. Alpert's folks, the Mo. K.tim.n*. "*1
Mrs. L.on Kay* and Mr*. M.uric. S.rott.'worker.
preparation and during Florida ConKross of pZT, m
... So. at the closing banquet Nov. 10 Elltn and nHlMd
sented with gifts from Batty Or.ini, itate public*. dir~?%
for their part in keeping the news going and working on^"!
swnisi PAtrr haw uutmday to iuth
It was as much a surprise to husband
guest of honor Ruth Jacobson when friends
Charlet R.
, to a "surprise birthday" par r last week. lTt^S^rJlJ
flow affair at the Philip M. Wein.tein., with
I ered to sing "Happy Birthday" to Ruth.
Among instigators of the surprise affa
'"any well-*^
Mist ftoslym Sidran
Roslyn Sidran Plans
June, 1956 Wedding
Roslyn Sandra Sidran and War-
ren James are engaged and are
planning a wedding for June. 1956
The bride-elect is the (laughter
of Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, 900 Len-
ox ave., and the late Mr. Sidran.
formerly of Detroit.
Warren is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nate James. 814 Lenox ave
He is a graduate of Miami Bcac'
Senior High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and is now at the
University of Miami.
He served with the Armed fore
es in Korea.
Miss Stem's Fiance
Graduate Assistant
Miss Arlene Stern, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Leo Stern. 996 SW
9th st.. met her future husband.
Jack Segal, at the University of
Miami.
Mr. Segal is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Morris Segal. 79 SW 9th st
Miss Stern graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and is now
attending the I'M. where >he is a
member of Alpha Lambda Delta, j
freshmen's scholastic honorary
A magna cum laude graduate of!
the I'M. Mr Segal was a member
of Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon '
and Phi Kappa Phi there He is now
a graduate assistant at the I M,
working on his master's degree.
The wedding is planned for Dec.
18.
Mist Ar***e from
CimjKs Troth Tol(t
By A;iron .liiHVes
A summer wedding is planned
by Carol Ann Jaffee and* Robert
Gene Pan-in.
The hrideelect is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs Aaron Jaffee of
6511 SW 20th St.. formerly of Lin-
den. N J.
She is a senior a*, the University
of Miami, majoring in business ad-
' ministration and is a member -of
Gamma Alpha Chi. women's na-
tional advertising sorority.
Robert is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Parvin of East Orange j
N.J. He in a graduate of Upsalai
College and has served in the Air!
Force for two years.
Mist Car*/ Jaffa*
were the MmUh
Chart.* Herrons, Sam Coldstains, Sid Goldratht, to,* -
Scheyer and proud In-laws Ball* and David Jacobson.
Chain of Friendship shows these events; Mrs. ErnntiniL
a happy holiday ahead when she visits her son in law an*
Mr. and Mrs. L*onard T. R*ck*r, in Englewood, N J Mm L
the former Jackie Newell, Miami Beach, and last weekend"
corned her friends, the Arthur Si*?*!*, for a brief visit bdwi
return here. .
MOfff ABOVT BMTNaWS
vrsfTots
it of Ellis Deparln
Nov. 8. She's act*!
Interiors
. .^ fcy 0 k I l
Distinctive Fwrnithinat
Ml N.I. 125th Strt.t
Nona Miami, FIs. Ph. M 9 0248
Mrs. Sarah Ellis, mother of Irving E
renown, celebrated her 88th birthday on
the Jewish Home for the Aged. .
Mr and Mrs. David tang, of Haifa. Israel are visiting their
ter and son-in-law. the Barnard Dieners, of 605 77th st. .. Mr,'
presiding judge oj real estate courts in Haifa and suu,
nicipalities Mrs. 0t*n*r is the former Either Zang, who
many dangerous missions during the Israel liberation war
Mr. and Mfs. I. EL Simfcewitx, of 6205 L.Corce dr. are
telling friends that son Michael is a member of the footbajt
Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania. The marching rnautfl1
gation plays at athletic eontests during the fall semester..
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Outstanding
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Wedding Plans
The engagement of Myrna Bree-
sack to Robert L Shevin is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Bres-
sack. 80 Shore Drive West, Bay
Heights.
Mr. Shevin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Shevin. 1844 SW 13th
at.
Miss Bresark is a graduate of
Miam Beach High School and is
now a junior in the school of
music at the University of Miami.
While at Beach High, Myrna was
vice president of the national for-
ensic league and soloist with the
Miami Beach Accapella Choir She
was selected as the outstanding
graduate of this choir
Miss Bressack has spent the
past two summers as a student of
opera at the Berkshire Music Cen-
ter. Tanglewood. Mass. She is an
active member of the Miami Opera
Guild. She belongs to Pep Club,
University Chorus and was pledge-
trainer of Sigma Lambda Phi serv-
ice sorority.
Mr. Shevin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High and received his
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University of Florida, where he
was an outstanding campus per-
sonality. He was president and
outstanding senior of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity, sect, of men's af-
fairs, and a member of the execu-
tive council of student govern-
ment.
He was Southern collegiate de-
bate champion and second in the
nation, president of the debate so-
ciety and Tau Kappa Alpha, speech
honorary. He was elected to mem-
bership in Florida Blue Key and
chosen for Florida's Hall of Fame.
Mr. Shevin is currently a jun-
ior at the University of Miami
school of law, where he is a mem-
ber of the university national moot
court team, chairman of the law
school homecoming breakfast and
president of Bar and Gavel legal Uf trOtWoS Jowls* COwtaV
society. Adult Jewish Institute of Coral
date has been set for the
AND!
f HOTOCRAPNfW THIS Alt 4BOOT WOMEN
I'
Oaatelc* Schwrtg and mother Mrs. Tilli* L. Schwwti tint I
from the Prince Michael to the Alamo hotel. Bea is direetoc I
mitting at ML Sinai-end recently received the Miami Bead) i
award. .
Time is founder of the Free Nurses Institute and
Nurses of Greater New York. She is also a director of St 1
Women's Auxiliary. .
Photographer Starr Wayman tells this tale about
women": Stan was flying back from South America where. HI
on assignment for two weeks. Wife Martha was to have;
in Mexico City, .;
Stan's plane stopped first in Guatemala, and there was I
who'd decided Do -visit at Lake Atitlan for a few days
Miami Beach gets a national radio hookup break sUnJBgl
and every Saturday after that Art Gr**n will be disc Jottf,
WKAT. with the U.S. government as sponsor.
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Family reaaldi deOn" the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Sarnetl I
2331 SW 19th sL. when they have Thanksgiving dinner Non.tt*
them wlimufcMJfcJ- Mtoaray Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Law*"*1
Mrs. Marion Froedman, of Los Angeles, the Louis Petermana, 8*3
and the Joseph Levin**... f
Gynecologist Or. Daaaiei Sloa* is expecting a visit fr0""*1
in Beltirnore. They plan to spend the winter season hertj
recently opened two offices. one on Lincoln rd and 1
South West Miami. .
Vacationing at the Arlington in Hot Springs are Mr*, i
Mr. and Mrs. Aafolph Haines and Mrs. Sally Gardner.
j*
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of their daughter,!
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The groom-elect n
Albert Dalk.ns. ParkljJ
Chicago
Sandra is a junior
College Her fin**"
Bachelor s degree IM*
State University h *
Mr. and Mrs. Loon J. Ell. of IS
Island ave., Belle Isle. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
Mental Health last'rtute
s.
Gables Jewish Center will meet
Tuesday evening,' Nov. 22, with
courses in Yiddish, Hebrew. eu_ ,------
toms and ceremonies. Lois Parks, tioned at Patuxent Ki"
executive director of the Mental station in Maryland. ..
Health Institute of South Florida, u0]f art P"
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18, 19S5
Lovely Brides Ring Out OW'And
MHr*4Bt-
ese Loveiy uneres
()|)tc Schcinicj* Becomes Mrs.
H*R().sc'i)l)erM in Noon Wedding Kites
"[ srhprnicr's name sister-in-law, Mrs. Murray Rosen.
N
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to s
wedding
Love
hing" amid
G.
rites Sun-
,.(l suite of
nebleau hotel. Rabbi
rman and Rabbi Isaac
is the daughter of the
ill.am Sehermers. 1611
The groom i> the son
|a RosenlHiu. 6610 In-
dr.
[theweddmi! was
Splendored
irhtte roses
marriage by her par-
. chose a lormal gown
white peau de soie
gred portrait neck-
I jn aleiKen lace and
i long sleeves taper-
, ,A chapel sweep
from the basque
crowning tiara jew-
i of iridescent jewels
the veil <>f import-
\ illusion.
of honor was the bride's
Given Away
,'itans in
lrne Wedding
iroje Leviton, daughter
fUrs. Daniel Leviton, 513
on blvd Coral Gables,
bride of Walter B.
today, Nov. 6.
Bipg ceremony was held
lelborne hotel Rabbi Y.
officiated The bride
in marriage by her
rig is the son of Mr. and
ITraurig.2131 SW I5th
wore a floor-length
ntilly lace with finger-
Her headpiece was a
She carried a white
with sprays of lilies-
and white orchids.
.Leviton was her sis-
I of honor. She was dress-
and carried a bouquet
lations. Mrs Jacquelyn
groom's sister-in-law,
of honor She wore
|carried blue tarnations.
Traung was best man
brother. Ushers were
wrig, another brother,
okin. MarslKdl Bernard
iLowe.
tion'and wedding dinner
Mertremony
is sccretary-treas-
urig Insurance Agency,
b*r of the Knights of
to bride attended Miami
School and is a '55
N the Jackson Memorial
rNunnin.
honeymoon in Nassau,
'ill make their home in
"nploymeiit
Service
WOSJfBEPIG. Owrwr
rray Rosen
berg. Best men were Milton Harold
Schermer, brother of the bride, and
Murray Rosenberg, brother of the
groom.
The bride carried white orchids
over her confirmation Bible, with
rippling pink sweetheart roses and
white rosebuds.
Newly wed Mrs. Rosenberg is a
cum laude graduate of the Univer-
sity of Miami and received her
Bachelor's degree in public rela-
tions. She is a member of Alpha
Lambda Delta honorary, Delta
Theta Mu, Gamma Alpha Chi and
was on the dean^.list Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital,. Miami Beach
League of Women Voters, Mt. Sinai
Auxiliary and Temple Emanu-El
Junior League are he/ main inter-
ests.
She was editor of the Greater Mi-
ami Tourists Trade Index conduct-
ed by the Bureau of Business and
Economic Research
The groom is owner of the new
Princess Margaret hotel apart-
ments. He is a member of Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Apartment House Association and
Bayshore Exchange Club. He
owned a>. lingerie manufacturing I
firm in T*W York City before mov-
ing here. He is active at the He-
brew Academy and was amorrg or-
ganizers of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute.
Following a wedding trip to Aca-
pulco and Mexico City, the couple
will be at home at 6610 North Bay
rd. after completion of the con-!
struetion of their home.
Guests at the we^dtr*! .included
Miami Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aro-
novitz. Bay Harbor Islands Mayor
and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Council-
man and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Turk and the
Rosenberg family from New York,
including Aaron Rosenberg whose
son, Darryl Richard, is adolescent
lead in the Broadway production,
"Room Full of Roses." ,,
n i New
Port, Kelton Will
Live on Miami Beach
In a 6:30 p.m. double ring can-
dlelight ceremony on Sunday, No\
6, at the Flamingo rasraurant Misl
Ruth Lillian Port, of 1618 Michigan
ave., became the bride of Paur
Kelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime
Kellon, Havana, Cuba.
The bride's parents are Mr. ami
Mrs. Kay Port, 5014 North Kimball
ave., Chicago, 111. Rabbi Henry
Wcrnick officiated.
Best man was Aaron Kelton.
brother of the groom from Havana.
Usher was Milton Port, brother of
the bride. Maid of honor was Lu-
cia Weinstein of Havana.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her parents and selectei
a ballerina-length gown of white
peau de soie which featured elbov. -
length crushed sleeves, V neckline
and a full flared skirt.
The bride is a graduate of Lake
View High School in Chicago and
Metropolitan Business College. The
groom is a graduate of Havana
High School and attended the
(American College in Havana.
The couple flew to Nassau for
their honeymoon. Upon their re-
turn, they will live at 1618 Michi-
gan ave., Miami Beach.
Afri. Walltr B. Trovrig
Mrs. frwfci aNrffa/
Adrienn^JSilyerptein Weds Mr. Raff el in Double Ring Rites
In a 2 p.m. double ring teremony
at Rabbi Joseph Narot's study Nov.
6, Miss Rhone Adrienne Silver-
stein, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Silverstein, Baltimore, Md.,
became the bride of Irwin Bernard honeymoon, iri Mexico City and
Raffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney | upon {heir.returh will make their
Raffel. 5411 Alton rd., Miami
Joint Fashion
Show Scheduled
Miami and Miami.-Beatb Units
of Junior Hadassah will hoW joint-
ly a fashion show to close off their j Camillas on her Bible.
Beach.
Best man was Harvey Cutler.
Maid of honor Gloria Silverstein,
sister of the bride.
The bride selected a delicate
pink imported chantilly lace bal-
lerina-length gown with fitted bod-
ice, bouffant skirt and scoop neck-
line. Peau de soie bow was on the
side of her dress. She carried pink
home at 105 North Shore dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Reception and dinner was held
at the Algiers hotel.
Tuesday Review
Slates Three Books
Tuesday review of the Greater
Miami chapter of Hadassah will
meet Nov. 22 at the Roosevelt
theater.
Mrs. Donald Murray, book re-
view coordinator, Wednesday said
that the Tuesday review has been
shifted from Hibiscus auditorium
'due to the overflow attendance at
Ihe series opener."
Mrs. t M. Weinstein. chapter re-
viewer, will deal with three boot*
at the Tuesday session. These in-
clude "The Prophet," by Sholem
Audi "A Lost Paradise." by'Sam-
uel Chotzinoff; and "The Lat
Temptation," by Joseph Viertel.
Golf lessons Scheduled
Russ Sobel, golf pro at Westview
Country Club, will give golf lessoan
at the Town Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
beginning Tuesday, Nov. 29. In-
struction will be geared for both
the beginner and advanced golfer.
j
membership drive on Nov. 20 at
the home of Bobbie and Harriet
Freedman, 7301 SW 9th st., Mi-
ami.
The girls will show the clothes
worn in a week with an average
Junior Hadassah 'gfrl. Girls will
model their own clothes. Commen-
tator will be .Miss .Roberta Fried
berg.
In charge- of. Rrrengaajents we
Arlene Forstar aridiPtyliss Doshay.
Miss Elaine Schwartzman
the narrative-
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The bride attended the Univer-
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of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Raffel is a graduate of Penn
State, a member of Beta Sigma
Rho fraternity and is the owner of
Kay's Ladies Sportswear on Miami
Beach.
The couple are spending their
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Aarons, Greenbaum
To Reside In Miami
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony at 1 p.m., Sunday. Nov. 13 in
the Balmoral hotel. Miss Lenore
Aarons. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Aaron*. Hart for I. Conn., bo
came thg&ride of Dr. Richard S
Crccnbayrn. son of Mr and Mi -
Rueben (Jreenbaum. 167b' Jfjiic-
ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI. officiated at the in-
timate family rites.
Best man was Martin Green-
baum. brother of the groom. Ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Simon Lan-
dy. of West Hartford. Conn.
The bride selected a Ceil Chap-
man original of white brocaded taf-
feta. The champagne color sheath
dress was draped toward the back
with long sleeves and scooped
neckline. Her four tiered French
illusion veil was attached to a
pearl tiara. She carried white or-
chids on a Bible, which was a gift
from the groom's mother.
Her parents presented her with
a strand of pearls and pearl ear-
rings.
The bride was graduated from
Weaver High School. Hillyer Col-1 -
lege at Hartford and Miss Mar- f .
chants i Shir-Lee Jane
Dr. Greenbaum received bis BA ... r i_ U.A.
and MS degrees at the University Weds HobCft (AVCII
of Miami. His PhD is from tbe
University of Florida. Zeta Beta
Tau is the fraternity.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Haiti and will make
their home at 3048 SW 16th st.,
Miami.
^J&teMteJdfaB^
Mfs. JNcvffrfl
jwv taws j
JWV Units in Flurry
Of Local Programs
AnA]y Corafafcfcbirs Ladies' Auxiliary
fJllvJK'o. 24HHPu)!d a social meeting?
TuesdsPPefing. Nov. 22. at th'
Coral Gablc> Jewish (enter Mrs.
ROM Horn, vice president for the
fourth region, will be guest
speaker.
Sponsorship of a Girl Scout troop
has been undertaken by the Lad-
ies' Auxiliary of the Norman Bruce
Brown Post. The troop unit, num-
ber 309. is made up of youngsters
attending the Auberndale School.
Co-leaders are Mrs. Gertrude Dav-
idson and Mrs. Morrie Coulton. The
troop meets each Tuesday at 3 p.m.
at 3299 SW 7th st.
The auxiliary will hold a social
meeting on Wednesday evening,
Nov. 23. at 1947 West Flagler at.
1 Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will
1 speak on Jewish folklore and
humor.
On Saturday evening, Nov. 26,
the auxiliary will give a vets hok-
pital party at the VA Hospital in
Coral Gables.

Ardmnrr
Plan* tor Temple Emanu-ETs "burn tl
dinner, to be held Sunday. Nov. 27 ih^S?
tel. are dlecueeed by (left to right) dinner c*3
Robmeon, banker; Sam Lipton, merchant- andRftwt
inretor. The meeting was held at RobinsonV
Dr. Ryan to Chair U of M Depar
(iertz in Beach Rites
Shir-Lee Jane Marcus and
Robert Owen Gertz spoke their
marriage vows before two rabbis
Sunday in Temple Kmanu-EI. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Mor-
ris Skop performed the afternoon
ceremony.
Jewish War Veterans. North
Shore Post 677. are seeking blood
for its Blood Bank.
On Dec. 4. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m..
the Mount Sinai mobile unit will
be at 620 -
Dickens ave.
Dr. Bryee Ryan has joined the University of r>v
University qf Miami faculty as
chairman of the Department of
Sociology, according to UM presi-
dent Jay F. W. Pea/son.
Dr. Ryan comes to UM from
Wayne University, where he was a
visiting lecturer in sociology for a
76th st, corner of year Prior to ,hat- he was visiting
to accept contribu-,' professor of sociology at Cornell
tions of blood in behalf of
The bride, daughter of Mr and | JWV
Mrs. Irving E. Marcus. 5241 North I A free breakfast will be served
Be) rd was given in marriage by to each contributor
her father.
She wore a gown of French
chantilly lace, over pearl bridal
satin with pearl embroidered col-
the University. In 1948. Dr. Ryan set
up a sociology department at the
that country. He ajB
partment for four joa,'
Formerly with tit.
Persons Division of
Ryan operated a i
camp near the Rhiw.
came Chief oi the
search Statistics and ReptJ
U.S. Zone Headquaneil
many.
ning a membership drive dance on
Sunday evening. Dec. 4. at the
Jewish War Veterans. North
Shore Post 677, in conjunction
lar and sleeves and a chapel length wi,n l,s Ladies' Auxiliary, is run
train. A crown of embroidered lace
and satin held her four tiered.
fingertip veil She carried a Bible "Otfe Carlo hotel
covered with baby orchids and I Approximately 350 peopl" are
lily of the valley | expected to enjoy an evening of
Mrs. Jerome inmn, sister <>f the.dancing,
bride and Miss Susan Krause, cou- Co-chairmen of the dance are
sin of the bridegroom, were honor sonior vico commandcr MiUon
'"','',!* ... Koch and junior vice president
Mrs Harvey I.eifman. Mis, Ber jrma Enrenreich
na Sue Chasan. Miss Susan Tali ,, ,
anoff. Miss Janet Rosen and Miss A" Hf* realued from the
Betsy Rosen were also gowned in dan.ce W|U ** uscd ,0 c-"tain the
white taffeta s,ck veterans at the Veterans Ad-
Nancy Rosen, flower girl, carried' """'Nation Hospital in Coral Ga-
a basket of white rose petals. j
Arthur R. Marcus, Chicago,! ""--------------------------
brother of the bride, was best man flffT rUmtmr ft
Seymour Palay, Stuart ste.ngold. j 0K'I QhaP**' Open
Sam Segal, Marvin Rosenberg,' MM Review SeritS
David Krause and Jerome Union
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Beth Raphael
Elects Officers
Julius Sapero has been reelected k'nu\F,
president of Beth Raphael Congre
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seated the guests
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs Jacob B Gertz, 2325 SW 22nd
; ter., and the late Mr Gertz
The reception following the wed-
ding was held at the Fontaineblcau
hotel.
Mr and Mrs. Gertz will live at
YIDDISHE
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Other officers named at an elec '0SCt" fo ^ Speak*
tion meeting last week were Abe' Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club
Baratz and Charles Klein, vice will officially open its fall season
president; Louis Maskin. financial .with a dinner meeting on Monday
secretary; Benjamin Afronow, re- evening. Nov 21. in the Temple
cording secretary. Joseph Swartz.' social hall, announced Allen Gold
treasurer; Sam Siegel. religious berg, president. Highlighting the
affairs; and Adolph Hammer, meeting will be guesl sJSkeFc
house chairman.
gressman Dante Fascell.
on-
"Marjorie Morningstar," by Her-
man Wouk. will be the novel re
viewed in the first of a series of six
book reviews sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter of ORT.
The review will take place in the
Empress hotel the evening of Nov
21.
Proceeds from the Monday eve-
ning review will be used for the
maintenance and building of world-
wide ORT vocational training
schools.
Miss Linda Feigus is in charge
of the book review series.
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nbrl8..19SS
feinkle Named Chairman
federation 'Young Men's' Group
k**'**'nrr' Page 11 B
Lvtfird the tradition, est on the part of Greater Miami
*^ are dr.-lined to business and professional men who
footstep- of their felt the neetMor involving younger
------?., men 0f the community in the sen'
ice of Federation and to encour
age these future leaders to assume.
positions of trust and responsibil-
ity in the central Jewish agency.
Although membership is not
necessarily limited to "young
men," the title for the division was
decided upon to differentiate the
group from the traditional cam-
paign categories.
According to Weinkle. seven!
meetings were held last year to1
organize properly the corps of key
workers, and the group is continu
ing to meet to outline plans for
their participation in Federation
work and in the forthcoming Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
"We expect our division to play!
a major role is the activities of
Federation," safcl^tieippw" chair-
man. "Young profftslonarmeh" and
business executives are cordially
invited to attend our meetings and
take an active part In the affairs
of commUhity-wide service," Wein-
kle explained.
Last meeting of the division was
held on Tuesday noon, at the Mi-
ami Colonial hotel
Weinkle la a member of Feder-
ation's board of governors, the exe-
cutive committee ad budget com-
mittee. He is a board member of
Beh David Congregation and a
member of the Southwest Miami
Kiwanis Club. He received his de-
gree from the University of North
Carolina. Weinkle has been active
in local civic and philanthropic
projects.
% --*
of their
M~tAr Dade county
^and professional
, elected Julian Wein-
.i the Greater Miami
Oration's Young Men s
son of Carl Weinkle.
^tion president, and
iish Appeal campaign
Men's Division was
jjjy one year ago as
outgrowth of inter-
^
frs Installed
,mestead
[Raskin was installed
[the Homestead Jewish
eek. Installing officer
?1*nber. of Miami,
H fa Jewish circles
..<:er< installed were
vie epresident; Paul
asurer: Mrs. Sidney
,ponding secretary;
|:Peskoe. recording sec-
oy was preceded by
ired under the direc-
iin. with the holp of
David Rice. Mrs. Bob
l\r- Sidney Pcckett.
ibia Alumni
[Padgett
Cnarfei liebman
Mgett. prominent attor-
en elected president of
University A lu m n i
outh Florida.
ned to posts at a
1 Bahama room of the
rtel last week were Dr.
gf, vice president; Mrs.
Bess, secretary; and
.Irea-iirer
if the board of gover-
H. (ireenhill, Ber-
R. sialloy, A Rubin,
Rood Nelson, Padgett,
nd Mr- I [ess
Happiness
suit of Happiness" will
W of the lecture by Dr.
|Wolijon Sunday evening
Outdoor Forum. 11th
* ct. Dr Wolfson is
r"The Road to Health
Living" and "Live a
ippily."
Security Pact
Needed, ZOA Exec
Teils Districts Here
A mutual security pact for Israel.
Egypt and the U.S.'is the only sure j
method of insuring peace in the
Middle East.
This was the vjew expressed by
Abraham Redelheim. national vice
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, who Was here to
address members of the Zionists
Districts throughout South Florida
at a brunch in the DiLido hotel
Sunday.
Attending were Dr. Morris Good-
man, Seymour B. Liebman, presi-
dent of the Southeast region, Her-
bert R. Linick, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, A.
Arthur Pekelner, president of the
Miami Zionist District, Max Fried
' son, president of the Coral Gables
| Zionist District, and Irving Oxen
|horn, president of the Hollywood
Zionist District.
Membership Drive
On Increase Here
Harry S. Schwartz, membership
chairman of Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith, campaign here to gain 1.000
new members by 1956. this week
revealed that 75 persons have al-
ready joined in the 10-day-old
drive.
Among top campaigners in Shol-
em lodge are Joseph Rayvis, Sch-
wartz, Norman Lodin. Bernard
Newmark. Sam Ostrowsky, Gordon
Brown, Louis Gordon, Bernard
Liberman. Ben Temeler. Max Berg-
man, Nathan Alexander, Morris
Bicrman. Leo Rice.
Charles Liebman
Tabbed for U of M
Honor Organization
Charles S. Liebman. son of Mr
and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, has
been tapped for Iron Arrow and
nominated by a board of University
of Miami students and administra-
tors to "Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities."
Liebman is in his senior year, a
major in economics, and has the
highest average in his class. Iron
Arrow is the highest men's honor
ary society at the university In
addition, he is a member of Omi
cron Delta Kappa, national leader-
ship honorary. Alpha Kappa Psi,
professional business administra-
tion honorary. Alpha Sigma Up-
silon, interfraternity honorary, and
Phi Eta Sigma, freshmen scholas-
tic honor society.
Liebman was recently elected
secretary of the student body gov-
ernment and has represented the
university at National Student As-
sociation conventions at Ohio, Iowa
and Minneapolis. In addition, he
has been sent as an exchange stu-
dent to the University of Santa
Clara, Cuba, and the University of
I Costa Rica.
He has served as chairman of
j the Latin-American Sub-Commis-
\ sion of the N.S.A.
At the end of his sophomore
year, Liebman was chosen as one
of 15 students from over the na-
ition for a special seminar at Har-
; vard to study international student
1 relations. In addition to his school
and extra-curricular activities, he
; is a teacher at the Coral Cables
Jewish Center religious school.
Maxwell Rabb, secretary to
President Eisenhower's Cabi-
net, was featured speaker at
the opening banquet of the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica's convention Sunday, Nov.
13. in the Concord hotel. KSa-
mesha Ldke, Wew Tork. Rabb
poke on ''fiftiesFifth Dimen-
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'Debs on Parade'
"Debs on Parade" is to be the
theme of the fashion show pre-
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Saturday night. Nov. 12, at Hillel
House. Chairman of the show was
Risha Levitt. Co-chairman was
Jackie Paddor. and ticket chair-
man was Frances Lazarus. Advisor
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Frid
J^jar Sheldon Ciment
Bar Mitzvah at
Hebrew School
Sheldon Ciment. son of Mr and
Mrs Leo Ciment. 444 Camlllo.
Coral (Jable.s. will become Bar
Ifltxvah Baturdajr morning. Nov.
19. at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will
officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah will conduct
ftfUMl - complete Bebbelb portion from the
SerolL
Following service*. Kiddush will
\yo held at the Academy in honor
ol Hi.' Bar Mitzvah.
Sheldon is an 8th grade student
at the Academy, having attended
since the first grade.
\\ in r Nairn
Ariln.i'i
Richard I. Khnae: son ol Mr.Robert Gordon, eon of Dr. and
cuid Mrs. Jack Khnger, 3265 Mrs. Irving Gordon, 4575 Nau-
t.'raerson ave.. Surf side, will betilus dr.. will become Bar Mitz-
.Hfcr MHavab on Saturday. Nov.vah Saturday morning. Nov.
]9. ct North Shore Jewish Cen-19, at Temple Beth Sholom.
or. Rabbi Mayer AbramowittRabbi Leon Kronish will offi-
viil off.ciate. ciate.
Barry Covin Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Barry Leonard Covin, son of Mr.
and Mrs Michael Covin. 2261 SW
24th st will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Nov. 19. at Beth
David Congregation. Rabbi Yackov
i nberg will officiate.
Barry is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High.School,
where he is also a member of the
band He attends Beth David relig-
ious school.
Following the services, there will
be a Kiddush in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor. A reception will be held
Saturday evening at the Hibiscus
Lodge. Miami Beach. Out-of-town
guests are expected from Long
Island, NY., and St. Petersburg.
Fla
Treasure Island
In Thanksgiving
Pete Tuesday
In keeping with the ipfrii 0f
Thanksgiving. Tuesday ev,
No. 22, is being set aside at Treas-
ure Island Elementary School "as
an occasion to offer thanks and de
dicate ourselves to the future of
our school and the community in
which we live."
Herbert Silver, principal, said
this week that "the spirit of com-
munity pride has been exemplified
in the establishment of Treasure
Island Elementary School."
The Thanksgiving program will
include "Our Horn of Plenty," an
original choral production written
by Mra. Mirvina W. Liebman. direc
ay,
Toby Gail Bas Mitnah
Toby Gail, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jason B. Grossman. 610 Boa-
badilla. will become Bas Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services,
Nov. 19. of Coral Gables Jewish
Center. Rabbi Morris Skop will
officiate.
i .11.- ii....i
Simon Harry Scher. son of Mr.
end Mri. Jo-eph Scher. will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-D Saturday.
Nov. 19. Rabbi Irving Lehrraan
will otlicia'.e. Simon n in the
eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher
junior high and attend* the re-
ligious school of Temple
Fmanu-El.
(jane I r,..,i,
Gary Jay Kaplan, son ol Mr.
Samuel and Mrs. Lee Kaplan,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Emanu-El Saturday.
Nov. 19. Rabbi Irving Lehrraan
will officiate. Gary is an
eighth grade student at Ida M.
Fiher Junior High School and
'attends the religious school of
I Temple Emanu-El.
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ual leader of the North Shore Jew
l-h Center and executive director
of the United Synagogue Youth of
the Southeast region, is attending
convenion of the United Svna-
M>gue <>i America this week in New
York.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica is the a-soiulion of mor than
500 Conservative con -jregatlons
throughout the United States and
Canada
Rabbi Ainamowitz will present a
leport to the convention on youth
v.ork in the Southeast region. He i
v- ill also call for an extension of)
outh activities "to encompass col-
lege men and women so that the
icssage of Conservative Judaism
'ill stay with them through their
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ces In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship
u,iEL will hold discuss: "Spirit of thMtt6M$pin --------**~*------" ^ r.Vl ,'___________^^^ IT
N .,. .i 5 and 1955." Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun GREATER m i a .. 7T~----------------------- ___,___-
lNu-EL wil
service
,i Irving,
the toPlf:
s at 5 and
I^hrman
"A Re-
in ^rinon wi
discuss: "Spirit of ThiM\<&fflB"lm
1955." Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun
will render the musical portions of
the liturgy. Oneg Shabhat will I*
sponsored h^^and. Jfrs. David
Feldman. ^Mrrflirr'mofViin? \rrv '
Of* VorUices are, at 9,. Rabin Shapiro will
r|>n ^viccslolsciiss (he Weekly Portion. Kid-
Jin Urtrtnmer' dush follows. Daily morning serv
ices are at 9.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Saturday morning
services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Arie
Becker will preach on the topic: :
"Faith and Fate." Class in Tal-
mud precedes services at 8 am.'
Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m., fol-
lowed by Mincha and Shalos Seu-
dos. Hosts will be Mr. and .Mrs. Asi
dore Sosna.
i
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at;
8:15. Rev. Caxton Doggett. Minis.;
ter of the Rader Memorial Method
ist Church, wil be guest speaker
and discuss: "Outlines of a New
>>jLmm
fip MB
musical portions
'Subject of the ser-
in the Weekly Por-
, 0f Mr. Samuel and
and Simon, son
"joeepb Scher, will
liavah. Daily serv-
chapel at 8 a.m.
ISRAEL HEBREW
bold Friday eve"-
lat 515. Saturday
_ are a! P. Rabbi
[preach on the sub-
Ucation H-redity?"
Mincha will be
red by Shalos Seu-
>. Harry Cammer.
are at 8 a.m. and
la *
|TH CONGREGA-
Friday evening
[Herbert Buchwald
', preach on: "The
furday morning
19:30
flLAH CONGREGA-
p!d Friday evening
, Saturday morning
; :30. Rabbi Joseph
officiate' and
iTeckly Portion. At
diseuu: "Character
Language" Mincha
tp.m_ followed by
Baily services are
! 5:15 p.m.
?
ISRAEL NORTH-
will hold P'riday
at 8 30 Rabbi
tsofl will preach on
[Book.' Mr. and Mrs.
Ill be honored dur-
! Soibbat. Saturday
s are at 9. Subject
"Building a Na-
Glant/ will
Sortion^ of the
ijlows Torah
|tht Saturday morn-
)EWISH CENTER will
1 evening services at
Leon Hurwitz will
jtewof Heaven." Mr.
ok Goldfarb will be
lOneg Shabhat Satur-
I fcn-ices are at 8;30.
uled as: The Jew-
!Cantor Rudolph Brill
? musical portions of
JEWISH CEN-
tidar evening serv-
Heniy Okollea
fcthe topic: "Thank*
Maurice Mamchei
I musical portions of
'Lucille Moore di-
#* Saturday inorn-
:*t 9 Edward, son
Raymond Newman,
Wall.

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Mces
RWd Shapiro will
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TEMPLE EMANU.EL -1701 Wa.hlngton a
''""'"- '> Philip Bnimma
we. Connervatlve.
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BELOW
BETH JACOB
Rabbi Til...i
BETH TFILAH
aph i:
""";V'"DEMV ..... Orthodo, Rabbi
J*r.T. I EL CONGREGATION-,,,-, Euclid
_, '"""' I i antor Vbraham .-.if.
TORAH TEMPLE- 12 I \\ -,
and m
L I N C O L
^,7lGRE?,ATIO,N ''"-"" WaablaMM avi
'" >'"'" Maurice Mara, hen
Orthodox.
Rabbi Jo-
Afc xander
11. thodoK.
(Iroaa,
Rabbi
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CORAL
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Liberal. Rabbi
'onaervatlve. Rabbi
CORAL GAB
GABLES JEWISH CENTER
",' Cantoi Irving Robinson
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER M Zamora
I..' n Hurwlta. I;,,,i, Rudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-III:,
Aria Becker,
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OP HOLLYWOOD-ITJ". M..... .( Hollywood.
i onaervatlve. Rabbi Bamuel Lerer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD MM IV,!k it., Hollywood. CottMrva-
in-.-. Rabbi David Bhaalro, Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
TEMPLE EMANU.EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE I si, | South Andrews ave..
Pt. LaUdardalO, Reform. Rabbi Mai ins Hanson.
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRIN
HIALEAH. MIAMI
.- i vatlve.
B.
MIAMI
SW Ird ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
MIAMI S P R
SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-9.il
G S
Baa) 4in ave. Con-
World.** Saturday morning services
are at 10:45. Robert, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Cordon, will become
Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelc
mer will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
*
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo
witz will discuss 'fMlservaliveTib
daism in America." Sermon will
be based on his obsrvatians_.at_a
United Synagogue conventtoaeL'
New York last mqek.
Klinger, past presiden
hood, will be honored f
iets to the synago
ORT will be host
bat. Richard, son
ers, and Ricky,
Morris Hertzon,
Mitzvah during Salujrday f^(tfn|r)jjV|
services at 9. Cantor Edwanl Klein
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami *H\\ Subject of his sermon is scheduled
,.\ e
pi
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL-117 NK llth --t. Reform. Rabb) .L.s.ph Narot, Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornaleln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER .",<" Ni.il'i Miami
Conservative, lui.hl Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert Ulaiits.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION 11201 SW ITih BVO.
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ,0 N\V "1>I
i'nr,.-. i s.im... Rabbi Leo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 11630 West Dixie hwy. Conservative.
K.ii>iii Henry Okollea. Cantor Maurice Nou.
NORTH MIAMI BEAC
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION Ullli St.
Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE' EMES CONGREGATION !SS( Coral Way.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE :>:.'", 8W
Taakov Rosenberg.
BETH EL CONGREGATION SAO SW 17th ave.
Bhmaiyahu T. Bwtraky. Cantor Louis Oartenhaua
ISRAELITE CENTER-SIM BW 84th ter. Conservative: R^Whi Morton
Malavskjr. Cantor Bamuel Balkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION-1 111 SW UHh ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Blmon April. Cantor Berore KoMilif. J
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER:.720 SW ITtll w Cr.i>srr*'al*e. IMfthJ
Alfred Waxman.
H
;inil
llth ave.
U Vii l Ive.
alb i
'Vf'
Rabbi

Rabbi Simon April
. "ImmH Arab Problem"
services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman will officiate and
preach on the topic: "The Tents of
Shem." Class in Bible is at 4 p.m.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed
by Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hoid Friday evening services
at 5;10 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor
Stern will preach on the topic:
"Torah Laws are Scientific." Sat-
urday morning services are at 8:30.
Sermon is scheduled as: "Our
Changing Generation." Cantor
Maurice Mamchcs will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Class in Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily
services will be at 7:30 a.m. and
5:10 p.m.
Class in Talmud is at 4 p.m.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 5:30 and 8:30. Rabbi Alired Wax-
man will be assisted by the choir.
intf are .at Yeshiva Hall at 10"B.m.; Df. and Mrs. Philip Sawelson will
be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in '
honor ol their son, Harold, who!
becomes Bar Mitzvals during Sat-
urday morning services- at 8:30. i
Minch will be at .5:30 p.m.. follow-
ed by Shalos SeGdos. Daily serv-'
ices are ;,l 7:38 a.m. and 15'nun-1
utcs before 'suridown.
* *
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold!
Friday evening services at 5:15.1
Saturday morning services are at |
9. Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Ciment, will become Bay Mitzvah.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, will preach
on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by Shtalos Seu
as ^"Generations of Isaac." Mr. and
Mr|. Isadore Teitler will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday
morning services arc at 9. Mincha
will be at 5 p.m.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Naret will
preach on: 'Two Views of the
Bible." His sermon will include a
discussion of "The Prophet," by
Sholem Asch, and 'Certain Peo-
ple of the Book," by Maurice Sam-
uel. The discussion is in honor of
Jewish Book Month. George, sonof! 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
Mr. and Mrs. S. Levie. will W| preach on the topic; "Church and
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday 1 Stare Religion and Public ^ Daily services an*t'7:30 am
Isadore! ., g^5 p m ^"j^y st.rv.-
I Schools" Mr. and Mrs.
^Bermart will be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 9. Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs Michael Covin. will become
Bar Mitzvah. Junior services arc
at 10.
morning services at 11

CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday vapinfi.s^rv
ices at 8:15 p.m. 'Kstrier." by N*
thaniel Weinreb, will-be the sec-
ond in a series of bouk reviews liy
Rabbi Morris Skop in honor of N <-
tional Jewish Book Month Mrs.
Jason Grossman will lead basing CATION will hold Friday evening
of the candles in honor of Se#! services at 8:15. Rabbi IsaiLerej
daughter, Toby, who becomes fc will preach on: The Men Who Saw
Mitzvah during Saturday mornina I'"' Reaction of a Vision. Sat-
services at 9:45. Mr. and Mrs! unlay morning services are, aA 9.
$ubject Of the sermon is scheduled
;)s The Voice of Jacob Speaks to
Che World." Mincha is at 5 p.m
and
ices at'8 a.m.
BETH ISRAEL CON6REGA.
TION will hold Friday evening
Why Mountain Valley
Wafer is Recommended
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this is due to reduced
kidney function caus-
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'-'
With* to expross her appreciation and fhcnfcs to oil her good friends
I for--fhow lottly cords and good wishes while she was ill
L ^ ..t. ,f Sh
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Grossman will be hosts at Klddul\ Subject
of Sanctification.

KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday mom.
ing services are at 8:30. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will preach on the
topic; "What's in a Name?" Can-
tor Abraham Seif will officiate
and render the musical portions of
.the liturgy. Rabbi's class Is at.4:30
'p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv. Daily services arc at 8 u m
and 5 p.m.
e
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services :il
515. Saturday morning senior-
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
sky will discuss: "The Thanksgiv-
ing of the Spirit." Cantor Louis
Gartenhaus will render the music*]
portion* of the liturgy. Junior serv
fallowed by a lecture on the
rash. Sunday morning nrvlcea aw
a' g
"
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will Mold Friday
evening aervlcea at 5:30. Saturday
monunu .crvu-e.. arc at 8 30. K j,
Simon April will preach on the
Israel's Arab Problem.
Berele Kelemer will ren-
roujical portions of the
,itUrgy. Class in Mishna is at 4:30
p.m Daily snrtcesarel 7.30 am.
an.l D Pm
* *
iSRAELITE CENTER w.ll bold
Fn.lav evenin servicea at
S 8 IS Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Sll preach on: "Jewish Names.
Gantor Samuel Salkow *W rendei
fce musical portion! of the l.tur^y
bt
(up,,
Cantor
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RAViR U0RRW1TZ
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Soviets Finally Achieve an Historic Dream
The past week ha been cri-
tical one for the i N The Israel-
Egyptian encounter at El Au
having Lakes place jnst as i
Gen E L. v. I'.m-ns was conclud-
ing a series M talks here at we1
i N with repreaentatires <>i ail
the parties concerned threw the
world organization off its axis. M
to speak.
Interestingly, this time nei-
ther the Egyptians nor the Is-
raelis paid much attention to the
i N Vbba Eban, back from Ge-
i. did not hother rushing over
to this Bast Kiver Capital. In-
stead, he held a press confer'
ence at his delegation offia
East Tilth -i Similarly. Atvl.l
Khali! Hassouna, Secretary-Gen
eral of the Arah League, met
m wsmen at t h a Pierre h
Both explained the situation aa
thej had received it from th. lr
home governments.
All this action coupled with
ptian disregard oi UN author-
it) on the Palestine -erne, greatly
worried officials here Mr. Ham-
marakjold, fulls informed of the
situation by his visiting medi
ator. Maj.-Gen. Burns, was fol
to intervene In a personal effort
IVeil an all cut Middle I
[ration. Gravelj con-
, i ned 1.1 u nl Israel and i
ils aimed at rest
order m the strategic Sinai PenV
ninsuia \eev danger aone.
ara wonder whj it
took the State Department offi
ciali under Dulles so long t<> see
what was happening right under
their noasa Last week. Thomas E
Dewey, returning from a trip
around the world and a viiH to
Israel iaaued a strong warning
His report, given al a ZOA dinner
m his honor did not make any
headlines The New York Times
and the Tribune ran the story on
an inside page Vet for American
ami the live world it constituted.
iii the opinion of this corresp
the most important declare
t ion o( II le it should have
mate I from I he w hit* House
it seems incredible," the for-
mer New York Governor stated,
"thai there should be people who
determined thai Israel shall
lenied peace The abrupt i
trance oi the Soviet Union into
the Middle Ka-t i- pTOfOUndl)
disturbing to all people oi good
will everywhere in the world It
i> a direet violation of all the
pledgea given by the Soviet mi-
ll Geneva To understand
this cynical oi the Mid-
dle i i Dewej went on, "we
tO look at the pieture as
whole. For centuries the Czar*
and their modem successors have
held as a major objective the
achievement of a warm water
port, a foothold on the share- oi
the Mediterranean and the Per-
sian Gulf. In other centuries vio-
lent attempts were made to
achieve this objective and they
were defeated, it is said that the
honeymoon between Hitler and
Stalin finally split on the roeks

JUDAISM FOR THE MODERN AGE. By noK. ^^
York; Farrar. Straus and Cudahy. $4.50/ di|
Bv HILARY MINDLIN
MS, professor t| th
ary and Columbia University, has written
IS, professor ; thp ^ ^
hook on the problems facing Jews and Judaism^
the Tercentenary which seems to have sparked jettl'S
I hope, continue to do so, "Judaism For the Modern a
11, Russian ambitions in the Med and careful, with this difference: Dr Gordis look h '
continued, "have decided that better to look forward, and his concern 1- lot ah'
continue!, "have decided that
this |a the time to smile, to get
the world to relax so that they
dvaOCfl their brilliant
scheme for internal subversion,
unic penetration and social
and cultural conquest."
future rather than the preservation in
glee. *
RORIS SMOLAR
This War Will be Different
There is no war panic in Is-
rael at present, but there i> a
I deal of anxiety and deter-
mination. Members ol the gov-
ernment tell you that war can
break out within three months,
three weeks, or three days. They
hope for the best, but they feel
that the country must be prepar-
ed for the worst.
Since Israel will not be the
country which declares the war.
they really do not know when
war will be forced upon them.
However, they consider it their
duty to keep the people on the
alert to the imminence of war.
The average man on the street
is very well aware that should
war break out. it will be far from
the same as the War of Libera-
tion This time it will be a war
of destruction and annihilation
since Egypt is being provided j
with bombers, jets and other I
modern arms by the Communist I
countries.
The average Israeli is also
aware that Iraq. too. is well pro-1
vided with modern arms by the 1
United States and that Jordan is
being equipped by Britain with'
the same types of weapons. 1
Hence, an Arab-Israel war today
would not be of the same primi-
tive nature as the one of 1948.
Nevertheless, the people of Is-
rael go about their daily work as
usual with the determination to
fight if fighting becomes neces-
sary.
This determination is express
ed in the spontaneous mass con-
tributions to Israel's Defense
Fund now being made by rich
and poor, adults and children.
factory owners and factory work-
ers The nation is united behind
the government in any emergen-
cy call for a total war. Some are
of tre opinion that Egyptthe
strongest of the Arab countriesj
would not dare to provoke a war
with Israel.
Prmt of pas, g|0r
The first step in confronting the problem of the Je
heritage going back over five thousand years, nevlTtb*l^
and participate in today's world, is one of definition ii)
a rcliRion. a nation, a group made cohesive by 'cultural?
The author finds that "the only term sufficiently
old Biblical word 'am. meaning a people'
>fiinwv]
Thomas f. Dewey
... the union dtiign
NATHAN 1 iritis
New Book Appraises ACJ
"Strangers to Glory," as Chaim
Lieberman so aptly calls his ap-
praisal of the American Council
for Judaism, just published by
the Rainbow Press, is a devastat-
ing piece on the fear-possessed
Judaistic Jews whose great obses-
sion is always to find an excuse
for proclaiming their American-
ism, as if no one believed them.
Those gentlemen who tease the
dog of anti-Semitism upon us just
because we are not brethren
either in religion or semantics
with them preach a credo that is
a menace to the Jewish commu-
nity and whose exposure there-
fore is a mitzvah in the true sense
of the word. A new heresy has
been added to our political lexi-
conquestioning of the spirit of
Geneva. If what is happening in
MIX womi:
Bowling is Their Main Dish
The extent to which bowling
has become an important nation-
al sport can be seen in the bow-
ling program of B'nai B'rith In
fact, B'nai B'rith has developed
its bowling activities to such an
extent that the organization now
looks to the bowling teams to
help in fund raising activities.
An announcement from B'nai
B'rith headquarters in Washing-
ton says that the National B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association will
raise $50,000 to equip conference
and meeting rooms in the new
B'nai B'rith exhibit building in
the nation's capital.
The number of individuals and
teams involved in the B'nai B'rith
bowling competition is far great-
er than many who have not been
keeping close tabs on the sport
will expect. A B'nai B'rith spokes-
man told this columnist that
there are more than 12,000 per-
sons involved in some 2.300 teams
located in 68 cities and 21 states
throughout the country. That's a
lot of b o w 1 i n g in anybody's
league.
It was in 1938 that the first
B'nai B'rith bowling tournament
was held in Toledo. O., with some
50 teams taking part. The next
year the National B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association (NBBBA)
was established.
During World War II there
were no tournaments held, but
the Middle East, where the glov-
ed gentlemen of the new Kremlin
are stretching out their evil de-
signs, is a sign of that spirit we
had better start looking around
for comfort elsewhere.
"Jews the world over differ in social outlook, politic*.
economic status, and religious attitude Yet the ovenvh
are conscious of the fact that they are members of one 1
a common history' and a sense of kinship inherited fromthei
mon tradition and way of life in the present, and a conn
and hope for themselves and for the world in the future.'
On this definition Dr. Gordis bases much of his sub
and proposed plans for continued living and contributi*.?!
uniqueness of Israel which constitutes the secret of iu su
past, and which is the only sure basis for its life in the fun
SEEING THE American Jewish community, for iu|
"religio-cultural-ethnic group" assures both its permanencei
in the country.
A discussion of the Jewish religious tradition is the I
step. Let me not offend any reader by saying that Dr. Ga
Conservative Judaismfor a gradual and natural adjust
rather than a rigid or radical systemis exceptionally
"Our fundamental approach has been the conviction thati
ism is firmly rooted in the past and yet is responsive to thel
the present is there any hope for its future." The question!
ity looms here, and is not answered by more than a
"Catholic Israel," those 'individuals who are sincerely con
who accept the authority of the Law. Of course, the pri
worked fairly well so far.
Directly out of her tradition rise the contributions wh
caa make to modern civilization. "To accept the natural and I
it is the goal of Jewish tradition"that is one area. Or th
implications of Judaism's insistencethat "ethical living rat
credal adherence is the criterion for salvation." And of tbe|
conception of the "moralization" of national loyaltiesnot th
ation, in which so much would be lost, but their P*rs,steDW
in essence and moral in function"there is one group whi
embodies the vision already, and that is the Jews.
I sincerely urge this book to your attention, to put it
archaically and rathar bluntly. Read it. Argue about it
program advanced here needs conscious participation, an
the rank and file of Jewry started to do some of their owa
If If TO V FRiEDMAN
Much Advice Continues to Flow as UsiM
Israel is short of munitions. But there is no short-
age of "aitzeh." An "aitzeh." of course, is a sugges-
tionusually a bit of unsolicited advice.
If mouths could shoot like guns ... If water
flowed through the Negev desert like "aitxehs" flow
into the Embassy of Israel ... If a coin fell into a
JNF box every time an "aitzeh" fell on the eardrums
of an Israel diplomat. .
A recent "aitzeh" took note of the State Depart-
ment's failure to reply to Israel's urgent appeal for
arms to counterbalance Soviet bloc munitions arriv-
ing in Egypt It was suggested that Israel's new film
"Hill 24 Doesn't Answer" be followed by a sequel:
"The State Department Doesn't*Answer."
On Halloween the embassy was given an "aitzeh"
that Israelis play "trick or treat" at the Defense
Department. Old munitions might be given away.
During periods of crisis, "aitzehs" increase. The
embassy is advised to launch preventive war; refrain
from preventive war; be more aggressive; be less
aggressive. To dramatize the Egyptian arms deal
with the Communists, it was suggested that Israel
appoint a "Committee on In-Middle
ities" to subpoena Egyptian Premier^
Sometimes people seek aitzeiis
bassy. An inventor wanted to *"?* .
Israelis in purchasing his J**"*
chine." The machine was described as one 1
maticaUy picked chickens ..,,,
Some "big givers" provide theI>ra
with many "aitzehs." The ones; thej
best are those that provide helpful jui*
Israel should conduct its < f om9fJer
are filed in the Foreign Office at Jer
the heading "policy aitzehs
The State Department sm?""epsrP.
"aitzehs." Henry A. Byroade. forme *
retary of State, is rerne mbered^
Byroade. now U.S. Ambassador EgJ^
a speech containing al,zf* JL10n,
Arabs alike. Israel was i^^Z&t
sion of immigrants, etc. Today. B>J
self in apparent need o some Jt
mission in Egypt has not beentooj__
l>\\ III
art*
Some Statistics on Juvenile Delinquent
Jewish families J**
Jews, it seems, have a pretty good record as far
as juvenile delinquency is concerned. According to
^rzrsn,"iS -55 fa* rt,ce""" *,h*N the sport has gained so much in dornestlc relations. Catholics in New York accounted
popularity that the tournaments jfor 5 Percent of the juvenile delinquency. Protes-
had to be divided into sectionals, tants, 45 percent and Jews five percent While Jews
The winner of each section then! constitute 30 percent of the population of New York
plays in national competition. In i City, they account for only five percent of the de-
the last competition, regional linquency
S?w TLrL?ClrJn ^i An" -?Lhy the Jewish record better? Authorities
vi bT anH r!n n^ LU'S' ^y XV ,he rMson for the ood '* condition is
ville and Kansas City. the absence of alcolohism and the lower desertion
and divorce rates in
linquentU largely the product of -
There are those who say vm
large juvenile delinquency 1
whipped any more. We
as in times of yore. ^t,:
- 1 *- srSoap?1
that cbiW
should sppD' lh
paretU'
would be wrong to way "7 ~ te
whip the P^ "f^beS*
whip the parents either. Mayo*
be entirely blamed. Maybe they are
a disturbed situation.
ic-ademic lile.'
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;*L NOTlCf
F.CTITIOUS
ri*u?RBHY OIVEN that
^.fTtlctlilou* name of
r 2; r ?"""" w,,h "I"
j?W c.....* < ......
fcu:iN itickiurs. INC.
I WED
r.I
E'^%TcfALURJR2u.TV^
tHnJ.OE COUNTY, FLOR-
f D^rFRY No. 174455
)PM,I.U'.I' WALLACE
^'^"PUBL.CATION
f V SOTiriBD
KSl'ni .... OWorce
RSe Clerk of '"- '
Ii ..niv Florida, a<>'" a
,..; ,he PlalntlfTi
. ,;SKXKRA.\r/..
J'' ,. Road, Miami
;,., If you fall to
feso will be
15 nr.lw.-l this 111 '>' Of
I.KAfHKRMAN.
2 v h Rica J
B> '' Deputy Cleric
D ___1
LEGAL NOTICE
15 B
ETuNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
in HEREBY BIVBN that
"urn-.l tlesirln* I" engage In
latfr' Hi* fictitious name of
VzaAI! at 12731 Biscay ne
Emi Florida, Intend* to reg-
Twmr with the clerk of the
n>[ lwe County. Florida.
WILLIAM BOXER
ft TOCXtl
ifor William Boxer
pi-n-u________________
tTllNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
jis HERBBY OIVEN that
hpifi. deslrlna to engage In
laader the fictitious nHnie of
Lr,at '"' N W lh Aw.. Ml-
regslter said
th- flers of the circuit
[.DkIi- Co int> i loi Ida
jlT.i. I' "',i: i *ole owner)
R t OARH
I for Ami
Kr.ii
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY r.lVEN that
Bijti"! ngase in
|Mk the fictitious n IHM Of
JK.NTV tiii:i:i: | Intend! to
nil; < '!rrk of
I >.idi i 'ounty,
KATSI '. i: CORP.
I UXi IN
..ant
pUdl-lS
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: Is HERKin lilVBN that
Jllil, iIi-kii ii -: tn engage In
|J*Jjr th. n.ime i.f
ITHT I <.' \ w 1'Tih
l**"-! I.....ii lei Mid name
l H". .n nit Court of
I ,-irt.i
WII.i.ia.m H AVERT
kNolt M AVER*
PAIL ANKI.1,1
I AX!i UARS
Ihr An
I-
gfH-IS
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
WCIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
.COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
No. 184329
J I INK and
,nXK. I!...:
Sftf"-- f '" rvfenegeti
R i,0/ PUBLICATION
g.nI.WSti. ,idreae un-
Pj. and if married, his un-
!T11>|"";*- if living, and if
^lunK devisees.
^*' Ijani..... i redltot i or
..parti** laimlng by.
umier .,r against trie
ant. wh" not known
wa >r ally, and all other
.""'wrtir* utherwlaa hav-
D* clalmln* nn> right, title.
T'1*-' perty. .-.it-
t ilf Ti"1 l,,""c '" ";"'e
la.if '' '" "" '"' *>
Km MARTIN-H Sl-lt-
jS i- ,',.'"r,,lna l" hf Mat
iSt'"' ,hr l'"1'1"- Ke.-ord.
I Rt-Uoo,v' "orlda;
MR- HEREBY SOT1PIETJ
ttoquWt title, ,,. ,|. .,,,.
H'T"',, aaa been file.l
I v. 1 th." "' "I'itleil
\Ll ,V: l""1'1 requIrS to
>lT,J "'" ""' tO the
I ..tiff.' :..-
fc fti.Hu1 K PINK- ii2-im
i*ih ''" "' "fn
J in on or
| .'"It will .,.
Oatdbar,
^TIIKRMAK,
i
i li.t.-ntle,
*..h ,,..
unty.
*IKXA.VDBR
Ii ',.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HERErTT GIVEN that
tin- iiinii-r.-lKiied, damrini to engaKe In
liuaineHN under the fictltlou- name of
TUB KEN-ART BTUDIOH at 111; Raj
Itoail. Miami lli-ach. Intend to re(latt-r
aald name with the Clerk of thi
cult Court of l>ade County, Florida
l>ANIKI, CAItl.IN
HEN Cl II.|.;k
ii/n-iH-ii 12/a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the umdarotffnad, daatrlng to engace in
buaflMM iimli-r the fi>MIiIohn name ,.i
PROVIDENT CONSTRUCTION, a
illvlnlon i.f PROVIDENT HOME IM-
PROVEMENT., Intendi to register
.-..ml name with th Ctork of lh.- i'ir.
cull Court of Dade County, Florida
PROVIDKNT ll'i.Mi:
IMPROVEMENT CO.
\\ II.I.IA.M BRKTAN, I'rea.
IIKRMAX IIRKTAN
Attorn. \ for Applli.i.t
:: West MnRler St
II/11-1S-U IX/I
NOTICE UNOER^ FICTITIOUS
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HENRT n.,ut,,v"A,:I:V M,,ss '
Atio,,,.., ,. AwjUoant
mi* Hi.-, aj ... im-
ii i-ii-ii.:>:, *
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE neH "'"TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NtrTlCB lb in-.iti-.iu QIVEN thai
the liri.er.-lKneil. MeHll inv to enuilKe il.
business under the fictitious name of
PKOV1DBM1 Bl n.i>i:it.-, .-, ul> .
, wnvtDEKT HOME IMPROVR
MENT CO., Intends to register said
i .i.,.i- w.i.t tin- i.ierk ol ,...- .'n. (..t
Court Of IVirle Pnuntv. Flnrloa.
TROVIDENT HOME
IMI'ltoV I..MK.N I CO.
WII.i.iam BRETAN, Pres
HERMAN HRBTAN
Aitornev f'.r Aiiplli-ant
72 West Plagler 8t.
U/II-18-S.i i.' -'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under thf fictitious name of
POP'S IN. at 31 N.K. Mth Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, Intend* to register siii.r
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l>ade County. Florida.
WM. R. DAVIS
ERMA T. DAVIS
HENRT M CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
MM West Flaglrr St Miami, Florida
11/11-18-J5 12/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
... NAME LAW
Noili K is HEREBY OIVEN that
I. dealrlna to engage In
i ;m''"t,.'^;-.', il itiou. sSK of
THE I I.A \ LI. SHOP, i,t 256 East
"*' ,S' ..... H.....i., ktSJfi
JfETER. WWM^SSTSSm
Attorneya foi Ralph Robblna
m". .,"',""',"""' Mlaml ,:'" '' n'-
11/w*ll*18*Zo
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, oaalrlna to engage in
.;o',"','.Xs","l''r ,h'' "Ptltloui name ol
SU EETWATER BAR, at 750 H W
mxth Avenue, Sweetwater, Intendr to
register said name with the Clerk of
IDs Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
......, ,., RENATO i: KNOUEB
KE8SLER & OARS
Attorney! t..r Applicant
17K1 W Flagler St.
11/4-11 -M-L'.'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thnt.
the undersigned, desiring to riiKaxe in
business under the fictitious name ,.t
SHOW BAR. at Gl"7 N W L'Ttli AVI.
Intends to register said name with the
ci.-ik of the I'm-uil Court of Dade
Count), Fl.ulda.
WILLIAM R GREGORY,
Sole I I.. I
KE88LRR A GARS
Vttoineys for Appli. .nt
I7l W. Flanler St.
Il/ll-lst*.". 12 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
tin undersigned, deatrlng I" engage in
business under the r.crttlo.if name of
Al.S BAR, at 2MU N.W. Itith St.. in-
tends to reul.-t.i -.a i,I nami with the
Clark of the circuit OoWt ,.f Dado
. 'oui.t\. i I". Ida.
ALVIN i LINK. Sole owner
KKSSLFMl Ic GABS
Attorneys for Applicant
ITS* W. Flagler St.
liru-ia-ss itn
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notick is HERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cngag.- in
business under the fictitious name of
SILVER DRUGS, at 16r.O N.W. 27th
Avenue. Miami. Dade County, Ha,
intend tn register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade
Countv. Fl.....I.i
DAVID SILVER
ZELDA SILVER
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorney! f..r Applicant!
:.n Seyhold Bldg,
11/4-11-18-SS
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33927-A
RE ESTATE OF
DAVII' METER, Dei eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given lhal I have
filed im final report and petition for
Final Discharge of Executor "f the
. of DAVID MEYER, deceased
and th.it on the -"-th day of November,
I9S5, will apply to the Hon.
FRANK DOWLING, Count) Judge ..f
Bade County, Florida, for approval of
final report and for final dls-
chargi ..- Executor ..i Ihe Estate of
DAVID MEYER d-----ised,
Thli lTtii da) of October, 1953
DAVID RIFA8, i:-.
Attorney for Executor
BEORGE CHERTKOF
607 Olympla Bldg., Miami II, Florida
|., |s ID 1-11 -iv
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the rictlttuus name ol
.IIKFV PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at
2341 sw 17th st. Intend t" ragiater
said name with the Clerk of tl Cit-
cult Court of Dade foutrtr. Fioriiia
SIDNEY (IRHRNNTFIN
WILBUR A. HEINE
MORTON M ItKliil.i.
Attorney for Apjai-inls
MH Biscay ne lildg. ft.'
ll/ll-ls-2.'. 12/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslong to engage In
business under the fictitious name ..f
MA.'Koi .I.S CLKANERS & BYER8,
at Ml SW 17th An,, intends to
register said nanke with the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court <>f Dade County,
Florida.
LATFUOr MACKOOL
ROBERT M DKEHI.
Attorney for Applicant
90.'. Si y hold iildg.
U/ll-ls-2.'. II -'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to encase in
bualnem under the flctlllooa name of
ACE-HY BIGN COMPANY al 1101 N
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Cl.rk of the circuit Court of Dad.
Countv. Florida
<; II pass
BERNARD HUTNER. Eaq
tnt Olympla Pidg Miami. Florida
Attorney f,,r Q II. B.ihs
lO.IS 11/4-11-18
Bg|
-I1/I

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to outage In
business under the fictitious name ol
MIAMI DANCE CENTER, at .no > V\
Xth Street. Miami, intends to tcglslei
aald name with the Clerk of the t ir-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARVEY 1J-.E
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicant
608 Lin. ..In Road
ll/4-ll-la-2i
IN COUNTV JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ne. 30122-A
RE ESTATE OF"
SAUL MINSKOFF. Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is heiel>> given that I hava
Tiled tin final report and petition tor
Final Discharge as Admin.sti at-a ol
the estate of SAIL MINSKOFF d.
ceased and that on the MB <
:,!,. | |9I i, ii nppl) '" ,l"' """"
oral.le Count) Judge* of Had' '
Florida, foi approval "f said fii
port gnd for final dlacharse -;:'
mlnUtrator of the Batate "' **A' ''
MINSKOFF,
This !7th das of o. "''' ."....
t.NUEI. S MINSKOFF
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Altoran-- ale
II 1-1 ID 2a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.i\ i-.s that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe flclith.us "'""''
o. t r:*\ coral Way, Miami.
intends to regl-lr. s"l name '"' ,
clerk of th- Circuit Court of Dad.
County, F1i.il.la n...n,
NISSON 8. PEAIIU^
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ulal
by virti.....r Chapter 7 ..r Florida
si.mites Annotated (HMI), Ware-
hoiiiem.n and Warehoua. Rjce'Pj*
wherein A 0 TRANSFER fi WARE-
HOUSE CO INC., a Florida corpora-
lion, by virtue of its warehouse li.n.
I,.,, in its possession the following de-
^'''vHrT^DlTliiNER. OFflCE
KILES AND MIBCEtXANIWLE CAR-
TON.i aa the property of M i.ii.li.k.
Pan-Am Mortgage Compam;fkcurli>
Building, Miami. Fla.: 1 PHGTOGRA-
PHERS FI.UORESCBN1 LIGHT aa
''>.> '< M,:^.':\vs^;;nuG
Una Avenue, Miami Beach: RBraio-
ERATOR. WA8HIN0 MACHINE. I
BEDS. CHAIRS AND OIL HEATER,
,, ;, propertj ol Mn Retha Harrla,
... N.W. itli Avenue. Miami; and
that .... the Mat Day ol Novembor,
,,:,, during the legal houri of aala.
',,,... between 11 :im forenoon and
"'a,, th! aft.-,.,......, at W4JIN Miami
Wen,,.-, Miami. Florida, the "ndel-
signed shall offer for gala U> Oia high-
es" I. Ider for cash in h-md the above
dVacribad propertj aa th! ''^r'! "
M CILLER. MRS GLA88 and MRS,
"DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th
''' N'vv"o""r'.: xN8FER *
WAREHOU8E CO., INC.
II 11-11______________.
u tmc TIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JOSEPH MAJBW8KI. PUtatlff.
iwuaiTv i- MI-'IEWSKI Defendant
" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO JENNIE C MAIKWSKI
!--'(,;'Im- Hereby' sotifibd
v'" pRtit*J"foTModlflcatlon of
^e,%.h,Rjrd__oin8uppor,
therein
-;,;:::';!"U;"'i,n-^-' -
, ; Weatherman.
riark Clrcull Courl
ySJ county. Fi"".a
Deput) Clerk
I, ii.it.lt Wl
OTT Sir? RCsU,T COURT F "-HE
maefiS!0!^ CIRCUIT IN AND
CHANfFsVCOUNTY| FLORIDA. IN
v-rtAINCERY. m. hutqc
MABEL lkk 'ampp.fxl. i Main tiff
MA(^-riAM,'"KI-1" >' ,.,, U7,\?.E BY PUBLICATION
TO MAI K CAMPBELL
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HERBBY NOTIFIED
that a in i ,,f Complaint for divorce
has hen filed against yu. gild fOU ....
required to aarva i copy of your An-
i ,*-! ','".''.!'' "" Clalntlffs attorney,
BEN ESSEN, 1014 Baybold Building,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answei m the office of the Clerk of
'"' ','" ll Court on or before the
-th day of December, 1955; otherwise
th.- allegation! of said i;ni of Com-
Ptalni Mill b! taken as ,,,).
at,in-' you
Dat.,1 this th day of November,
E Ii LBATHERMAN,
Clark. Clrcull Court
By: \\.\l \v STOCKING
.............v. Oaputy Clark
BEN ESSEN, Ewiuir!
Attorney foi Plalntlfi
11 11.18-15 i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 184283
IKMA MITCHELL, Plaintiff
vs.
NATHAN MITCIIKLL. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NATHAN .MITCIIKLL
::".-'", Perry AvenuiApt. 2-F'
Bronx 7. New York
YOU, NATHAN MITCHELL, are
required to serve a copy of your An-
to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney,
JOSEPH ROBENKRANTZ, ESQ., One
Lincoln Road Hldg., Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the above Court
on or before the 4th day of Decem-
ber, 19.".,'.. or Complaint will be taken
as confessed
Dated this 26lh day of October.
IMS,
E. P.. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
By R. II. RICE. JR.
fSeal) D.-imty Clerk
JOSEPH RoSKNKRANTZ, ESQ.
(in,. Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florid!
in It ll/4-ll is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL INN. at 111 N.W. Itnd
Street, Intend to regiater said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
EDGAR M LARSON-
EMM V A LARSON
KI>S1.ER OARS
Attorn. lopllcanta
17-,-' W Flagler St.
n 'ii-18-15 12 '-'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36655-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM* H MORRIS, alao known
as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS,
I ,,-, ., -. !
To AH Creditor! and All Peraoni Hav-
ing Claim! Or Demands Against Said
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required t., present any
claims and demands which you. Ml
either of you, may have against the
estate of WILLIAM 11 MORRIS, also
known as WILLIAM HERBERT
MORRIS, deceased late of Dade
County, Fiotida. to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, ulthln eight calendar months
from the date of trie first pul.li.ai ion
h......f Said Claims or demands to
contain the legal mblress of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or aaine will he barred.
Date November 9th. AD. ItM.
EDNA I l.EIB.
As Executrix of the Last Will
.iii.I Testament of
WILLIAM II MORRIS.
also known as
William HERBERT
XloRRIS. Deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
\it,,i ne] i for Estate
,1 ii-is-r. U/l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401
CLEMENS BCHBUBB, I'Dintiff.
HBLBN E SVHEUER. Defendant
TO: HELEN 8CHEUER
li.S-41 7th Ave.
Forest Hills. I.I.. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
vow answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
i.n.l to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the ..th day of December.
t|l ItSS; otherwise, the Bill of Com-
pUlnl for Divorce, heretofore filed
h, rein, will be taken as confessed Bfl
>0Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
M,h day -'VV^'leatherman.
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
Bj m s. GREEN,
.Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Llerk
MILToN A FRIEDMAN. Atty.
Seybold Building
II 1-11-18-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underetgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CLUB SKVKNTY (70). at 6974 Collins
Ave., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
KAYWK1N CORP.
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Applicant
1790 Coral W,.\
10/28 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CUM FIFTEEN (15). at 1437 Collins
AV Intend! to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, FT..rIda.
KATEM CORP.
MONROE DIXoN
Attorney for Applicant
17'. I" It 11/4-11-18
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, 1-LORlDA
No. 32725-B
RE ESTATE OF
HARRY M ROSKNTHAL. De.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICK is hereby given that I hnva
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate ol HARRY If, ROSKN-
THAL, deceased: and that on the
tith day of November. I9R.1. I will
apply to the Honoaable FRANK B.
DOWLING, County Judge of Dd
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Admiuist ran lx of the Bstate of
HARRY M. ROSKNTHAL, deceased.
This 24th day of October, 195.".
RUTH C. H. DONALD
PAI.1XITT. SILVEP &. MULLOY
Attorneys for Administratrix
701 Congress Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
10/28 11^4-11-18 .
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BUENOS AIRES (JTA>Dr. Gregorio Topolevsky. a member of the
civilian revolutionary command which deposed A/gentine dictalor Jun
D. Peron, was officially appointed Argentine Ambassador tit Israel Th
53-year-old physician and Radical Party leader was a volunteer with
the Loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War. He served a 16-month
prison term here for attacking the Peron policies. escaped and was
Jiving in political exile in Uruguay when the revolt was organized.
i isler Mrs. Golda Myerson, Speaker of the Knesset Joseph Sprinzak.
i Jewish Agency co-chairman Berl Locker snd Agency treasurer Dr. Giora
Joscphthal
ST. LOUIS (.ITAlSpeaking before the Lawyers Association of St
Louis, Senator Thomas Hennings. Missouri Democrat, said here that
DUMB in the governments loyalty-security program are leading to
the subversion of democracy and the destruction of the spirit of the
country." He specifically scored the growth of a new system of "ad-
ministrative criminal" which, he said, appears "incompatible with
Algo-Saxon ideas of justice."
PHOENIX, Arii. (JTAi The National Association of fee Cream
Manufacturers has cancelled plans to hold its sprint: board meeting
.1 the Camclback Inn here because of the resort's anti-Jewish discrim-
ination policy, it was 'reported by the Phoenix Jewish News. The deci-
sion was prompted by protests by members of the Association's direc-
torate. The paper reported that only a tiny mlnortt) of the board is
Jewish, hut it was felt that the uroiip should not hold its parley in a
resort with such s policy.
MADISON, Wise. JTA) The dedication of the -it'' ol the new Ilil-
Foundation a( the Universit) ol Wisconsin here was mane! by
nissing cornerstone The cornerstone was recovered later bj police
It was chippe an.I plit through, evident!} when it fell from the back
truck, according to police Police here said they had no leads and
t.'d that the) recovered the stone after an anonymous telephone
call They attributed the incident to pranksters''
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
MUNICH n.\ Karl Heini Heubaum, one of the most active ami
Semitic publicists m postwar Germans and publisher Ol the Pro:
the Elders ol Zion" forgery was fined $40 bj local German court
tor having continued to distribute anti-Semitic and subversive pamph-
ihat had been banned by the public pro ecutor in December 1954
ler this year Heubaum, who also published the neo-Nazi magazines
Her Widerhall" and "Pas Deutsche Echo." was sentenced to six
nths' impn-onment for "libelling members of the Federal C.ovcrn-
' in a manner prejudicial to the existence ol the statl
FRANKFURT JTA \ local German court has fined Dr Arthur
1 top official m the Weal German Comptroller's office, the equ
nt ol S2 i Germany's leading conductors and municipal music director of
Frankfurt. Mr Solti, who has conducted such orchestras as the Ban
Francisco, Chicago and Lisbon Symphony Orchestras, returned to Ger-
many from Switzerland in l!>4; He publicl] announced his intention
to quit the country if Dr. Fuchs were acquitted
GENEVA (JTA) George Handke, Undersecretary in the Fast Ger
Foreign Office, ducked questions here about why Fast Germany
refused to pay reparations to Israel as the Bonn Government had
ed to do and was doing Herr Handke. who was here as an observer
ol the Bit; Four foreign ministers parley, told newsmen that East
Germany had paid no reparations because Israel did not recognize his
country and there were no diplomatic relations between them He com
tely Mde stepped the issue when newsmen retorted that West f.er-
| paid reparations despite the fact that Israel had not recognize I
the Bonn regime
Berlin (JTA) Repo react n reveal that
Soviet authorities have started i nee i linsl Zionism
irrested at leasl 11 .lews ,n the Boviel capita
hies with Israel The report said that arrest* were made bj \<
rching Jewish homes f,,r Zionist and Israel literatim It !* not
ah. the report added, whether guch searches W<;-,. carried On Bl
r part- of the Sot let Union,
FLASHES EROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (JTA)- An Israel firm. Reisel Ffraim. of Tel Aviv, has
been awarded i contract to construct 250 housing units here at a cost
ol 25 million Turkish lira
CASABLANCA (JTA)Jack Sabah. prominent member ol the Jew-
ish Community here, has been awarded the medal of an "Officer d'Aca-
demie" by the Grench Government for distinguished cultural services
M. Sabah. who is president of the Morocco OSE and vice president ot the
OSE World Union, was previously awarded the "Merits S i the
French Government ea a tribute to his efforts in the field of social
work.
TUNIS (JTA)Salah Ben Youssef. Moslem nationalist leader who
reportedly was designated by Egypt to lead an anti Israel campaign in
North Africa, said in an interview here that he is an "enemy of racism"
and injustice." Ben Youssef. chief opposition leader to Habib Bour
guiba. within the Neo Destour movement, said that all inhabitants ol
Tunis, "Jews included." are Tunisian brothers if thev fulfill their duties
to their country.
CASABLANCA (JTA)The Board of Jewish Deputies of Morocco
has issued a statement hailing the return to France of Sidi Mohammed
Ben Youssef, former Sultan of Morocco, from two years of exile in
Madagascar. The statement said the Jews of Morocco joined their Mos-
lem countrymen in asking Ben Youssefs return to the throne as the
"legitimate sovereign" of Morocco.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (WNSi -Samuel Mikunis. leader of the Communist
Party here, has returned to Russia, ostensibly for medical treatment.
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Dewey D. Stone, national chairman of the
I'nited Israel Appeal, was honored here for his contributions to many
Israel causes. In attendance at the dinner, tendered by the Weizmann
Institute of Science, were Minister of Finance Levi Eshkol, Labor Min-
TEL AVIV (JTAV Driving for an oil well was begun near here
at Halutza. in the central Msgev, by an Israel-American oil company.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Colonel Heir Amit has been named to head
the Israel Army'* Southern Caeansand. it waa announced here. The
33-year-old officer has been serving with the Army's General Staff
Cot, Amit was raised in Nahalal and waa a member ot Kibbutz Alonim
elite striking force. He served in the War of Independence as a com-
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Page 10 A JenlslFkrlcHan I^y.Now Heart Fund Eyes $150,000 Goal J. N. McArthur, civic leader and former president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce, will serve as chairman of the 1956 Heart Fund campaign to he conducted organized for the purpose of tcachInstitute Granted State Charter The South Florida Heal Batata Institute Ml panted a -tate charter early this month The [natltute, located at 543 wgraham bidg. was here Feb. 1 through 29. James C McClelland, chairman of the board of the Heart Aaaociation of Greater Miami announced Wednesday. "In the past three weeks the public's attention has been dramatically focused on heart disease. But I wonder how many citizens realize that it is the nation's number one crippler and killer, accounting for more dfaths each year in the I'niled States and in our own community as well, than all others combined," McArthur declared, in accepting the campaign chairmanship "Aimed n the solution of our foremost health problem, our February drive unquestionably merits the support ol every thinking dtisen i" the area." The goal." he continued, has been set at S15O.0O0. which in the : ....'. ram of rei i \ ice and t • • ••; the needs ol : \'\ ii; a.ra on nlttee," Mr. .:• I, • liaearmarked lal 50c of every ind with the i ,.!!..(•,of the comw we can exceed the and make thiarea the heart center ol the southeast." mg. in classes and by eoir-spondence courses, the Florida real estate licensing law. real and personal property transactions and related subjects Officers of the corporation are I G. J. Miller. M. II. Miller and S D. Ifattaon. Mori Fremon, aaaociate member of the Miami Beach Board ol Realtors and ol the Florida \ Bociatioa of Realtors, h a been named public relationdirector of the Institute. Dr. Miller, president ol the in stitute, bai been a resident of this state since earl y boj hood. A Rhodes Scholar from Florida In 1030. he received the AB from the University ol Florida, the BA in Jurisprudence from Oxford. Eng< land, the LLM from Columbia University aUniversity Research Fellow and the Doctor of Laws with IS an ahhighot honors from the National cment due University ol Spam at Madrid m [I Administration in New Support of Sobeloff Post Continued from Page 1 A trength a Jew in maintaining the of America In his response, Mr Sobeloff %  -aid that the work ol voluntary orKanizations like the B*naJ B'rith is contributing to the pluralistic vigor of our free country." He said that American patriotism "does not seek to stifle diversities in ancestral traditions and group living." adding that when our;tended the dinner, which was held forebears were naturalized they reat the conclusion of the annual 2222" a "f R,anCe ,0 a for ?' Kn meeting of the B'nai B'rith Board princes, states and sovereignties, ~~ but they were not told to empty Arab Envoy in Washington Assails Jewish Community Continued from Page I A the world consider themselves "different" rather than an integral part of the country in which the> reside. Mr Zeineddine alleg-; their hearts of sentiment and corned that Jews do not try to assimipassion and memories." late and that their allegiance goes] only to Zionism He said that the AJAI* |UHL Jli> M --*Arabs are determined to "liberlf# l,tff !" "C0n LeOtHf ate" Palestine and compared this VOWS Equality for Jews goal with the aspirations of George I Continue from P.g, 1 A Washington and the early Amencan colonists who sought to rid War II, and recalled that he had America of British domination. : resisted all pressures by the GerThe Syrian Ambassador claimed mans and the Vichy French to ap-J that a "curtain of contusion' is P ,v discriminatory measures thrown abort the American mind! a,ns t h Jws ol Morocco Con Sobeloff is Presented B'nai B'rith Medal WASHINGTON Simon E. Sobeloff. Solicitor General of the | United States, received the B'nai B'rith Presidents Medal in recognition of his public service, the highest award of the organization, at a dinner to be held here on Nov. 8 at the Mayflower hotel, B'nai B'rith h e a dquarters announced. Principal speaker at the event was United States Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr. Supreme Court justices and other high government dignitaries at Ml Radio officer Sholomo Oppenheim, of Israeli .1 describes in hts native tongue how the ship wa the significance of its Hebrew name, to Hebrew dents. Shown (left to right) are lack Shapiro, Si George Goldring, Irving Wolfe, Rachelle Simon, Faith Reinhard, Ira Imberman. W VjKftl 'pOiiupn^ Rabbi Joseph L| •45 MICHIGAN AVEM.I rbMtJfl Barcelona Gardens of Governors, scheduled for Nov. 6 to 8. Philip M Klut/.mek. world president of B'nai B'rith. made the presentation. by "misinformation" that the "Zisequently, he asserted, no harm beiell Ihe Jewa vi Morocco onist pressures" exert on the Unitthroughout the war, and unlike ed States Government. He assert' t ne '•"* f other countries who ed that American-Areb relations s I uffer f d s0 tragically. Moroccan Jews lived in complete tranqui ity o n AraQ re 'igets voicea last AubutonZiand tntdom through,ut that pi*"* "J Secretary of State John 1 Foster Dulles. Foreign Minister Soys Soviet Seeks to Undermine Israel Continued from %  >•§• 1 A force keep the peace along the Israel Egyptian frontier. Such a force, he stated would not be able to prevent infiltration of marauders who commit sabotage, murder and robbery' in Israel. He did express agreement with the proposal Umdtr fftt SosorvisiM tf Antimti SPECIAL 6 COURSE DINNERS — S1.50 AND I CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES one 1 sctvme OAKY s TO • PAL SUNDAYS ANI HOUMTS MONI S66 Ponce ot Leon Boole vord, Cord eoUtt, I Phone 83-8276 <*WWWWS~^V— onist propaganda. 'riod. 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membe r 18, 1955 +Jewist)ncrMfrr> ^4bout iJjou I HAN COOKiDJGOS^ } | Evenings and Warm Meals Ideal Time for Pitcha Highlight Special jfavorites Page 3B i, J!W.I>tavorite—esr.be)i hoi meals ;ire becomC order of the fall evening PL a cool. toothMM morf„,inue> to remain in order. t a favorite means of prepar•ITCHA, Basic Rip fclfs feet, cleaned and sawed like pot I water t<> cover iion lj cloves Hi garlic 3 bay leave 1 teaspoon peppercorns Salt to taste 2 tablespoons lemon juice or 2 cup mild vinegar 3 hard cooked eggs, sliced or diced Sliced lemon for garnish and or parsley sprigs The butcher will make sure the calf's feet arc ready for the pot if you order in advance. Cover with


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Page 12 A +A#sM*>rJ(8aii Frido THANKS TO YOU.. s*r ... ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL FRIEHDS, WHO HELPED MAKE OUR GRAND OPENING SUCH A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. WE ARE PROUD TO KNOW YOU, AND PLEDGE REPEATED SAVINGS SUCH AS YOU ENJOYED LAST \ Of 2" iii if!? 1 : %  • *. Everyone Welcome! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE '/ 77 ? vi • swiff "fesB ^ 27th AVE. FARMERS MKT. AUCTION tlCiin a pr.,i,-b.e. p.eosureob.e odv.nture. AUCTION HOURS: fRIDAY-10 0 .m. to mi*t SA TUROAY-lto5p.m.-7p.m.tcm-,dn.f SUNDAY-1 p.m. to 7 p.m. StftmHMM ABSOLUTE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE! OF SATISFACTION ON ANYTHING YOU BUY! The ShopArama Florida's first complete Farmers market and auction offers you just about everything you want to eat, to wear, to use! And the prices ... they are the lowest anywhere in the South. So come out and join us. Spend the day in this city of over 60 shops! SHOPARAMA SHOPPING HOURS OPEN FRIDAY. 8 am to 11 p.m. OPEN SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 11 pm OPEN SUNDAY .. 8 a.m. to 7 pm. Open Mon., Tues., Wed., fours. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.



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18, 1955 +JewlsJinur* Mn Page 13 B ces In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worship u ,iEL will hold discuss: "Spirit of thMtt6M$pin **~* ^ r.Vl ,' ^^^ IT N „.,. .i 5 and 1955." Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun GREATER M I A .. 7T~ l N u-EL wil service ,i Irving, the toP lf : s at 5 and I^hrman "A Rein ^rinon wi discuss: "Spirit of ThiM\<&ffl B "l m 1955." Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabhat will I* sponsored h^^and. Jfrs. David Feldman. ^Mrrflirr'mofViin? \rrv Of* VorUices are, at 9,. Rabin Shapiro will r|>n ^viccslolsciiss (he Weekly Portion. KidJin Urtrtnmer' dush follows. Daily morning serv ices are at 9. • • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services arc at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will preach on the topic: : "Faith and Fate." Class in Talmud precedes services at 8 am.' Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Hosts will be Mr. and .Mrs. Asi dore Sosna. i • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at; 8 : 15. Rev. Caxton Doggett. Minis.; ter of the Rader Memorial Method ist Church, wil be guest speaker and discuss: "Outlines of a New >> jL mm fip MB musical portions 'Subject of the serin the Weekly Por, 0 f Mr. Samuel and and Simon, son "joeepb Scher, will liavah. Daily servchapel at 8 a.m. ISRAEL HEBREW bold Friday eve"l a t 515. Saturday are a! P. Rabbi [preach on the subUcation H-redity?" Mincha will be red by Shalos Seu%  >. Harry Cammer. are at 8 a.m. and la |TH CONGREGAFriday evening [Herbert Buchwald ', preach on: "The furday morning 19:30 flLAH CONGREGAp!d Friday evening Saturday morning ; :30. Rabbi Joseph officiate' and iTeckly Portion. At diseuu: "Character Language" Mincha tp.m_ followed by Baily services are 5:15 p.m. &f ISRAEL NORTHwill hold P'riday at 8 30 Rabbi tsofl will preach on [Book.' Mr. and Mrs. Ill be honored dur! Soibbat. Saturday s are at 9. Subject "Building a NaGlant/ will Sortion^ of the ijlows Torah |tht Saturday morn)EWISH CENTER will 1 evening services at Leon Hurwitz will jtewof Heaven." Mr. ok Goldfarb will be lOneg Shabhat SaturI fcn-ices are at 8;30. uled as: The Jew!Cantor Rudolph Brill ? musical portions of JEWISH CENtidar evening servHeniy Okollea fcthe topic: "Thank* Maurice Mamchei I musical portions of 'Lucille Moore di#* Saturday inorn: t 9 Edward, son Raymond Newman, Wall. M <>f Hollywood Mces RWd Shapiro will %  !*; .%  CANDltUGHTING Jim Eslav 3 — 5:14 pjn. R O AT1R MIAMI SYNAGOG ABOVE LINCOLN H ,SR .*7\V?r ,CRECAT,ON -' %  v.,i,i A D TMh u It, E S i i irthodn, I^II NORTH SHORE JEWISH ,__„ wl,r ;l """ lKrd Klein nuel K.i. ni. r, TEMPLE EMANU.EL -1701 Wa.hlngton a '••'""•'"' %  •'• % %  > Philip Bnimma %  we. Connervatlve. N ROAD KaSil.l IrvhiK BELOW BETH JACOB Rabbi Til...i BETH TFILAH aph i: """; V DEMV • %  Orthodo, Rabbi J*r.T. I %  EL CONGREGATION-,,,-, Euclid _, %  '""•"' I i antor Vbraham .-.if. TORAH TEMPLE12 I \\ -, and m L I N C O L ^,7 l GRE ?, ATIO N '•'"-"" WaablaMM avi • '" %  >'"'" Maurice Mara, hen Orthodox. Rabbi JoAfc xander 1 1 thodoK. (Iroaa, Rabbi AMI. rii an Judaism, Rabble Abrahan CORAL Mori L E S Palern Liberal. Rabbi 'onaervatlve. Rabbi CORAL GAB GABLES JEWISH CENTER ",' Cantoi Irving Robinson ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER M Zamora I..' n Hurwlta. I;,,,i,„ Rudolph Brill. DOWNTOWN BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION-III:, Aria Becker, HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OP HOLLYWOOD-ITJ". M„„ .( Hollywood. i onaervatlve. Rabbi Bamuel Lerer. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD MM IV,!k it., Hollywood. CottMrvain-.-. Rabbi David Bhaalro, Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. TEMPLE EMANU.EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE — I si, | South Andrews ave.. Pt. LaUdardalO, Reform. Rabbi Mai ins Hanson. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRIN HIALEAH. MIAMI .-• i vatlve. B. MIAMI SW Ird ave. Orthodox. Rabbi MIAMI S P R SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-9.il G S Baa) 4in ave. ConWorld.** Saturday morning services are at 10:45. Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Cordon, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelc mer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. *• NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo witz will discuss 'fMlserva li veTi b daism in America." Sermon will be based on his obsrvatians_.at_a United Synagogue conventtoaeL' New York last mqek. Klinger, past presiden hood, will be honored f iets to the synago ORT will be host bat. Richard, son ers, and Ricky, Morris Hertzon, Mitzvah during Salujrday f^(tfn|r)jjV| services at 9. Cantor Edwanl Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. % % %  \ TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami *H\\ Subject of his sermon is scheduled ,.\ e pi NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL-117 NK llth --t. Reform. Rabb) .L.s.ph Narot, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornaleln. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER — .",<"• Ni.il'i Miami Conservative, lui.hl Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert Ulaiits. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION 11201 SW ITih BVO. FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER ,0 N\V "1>I i 'nr,.-. i s.im ... Rabbi Leo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 11630 West Dixie hwy. Conservative. K.ii>iii Henry Okollea. Cantor Maurice Nou. NORTH MIAMI BEAC MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION Ullli St. Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE' EMES CONGREGATION !SS( Coral Way. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE :>:.'", 8W Taakov Rosenberg. BETH EL CONGREGATION — SAO SW 17th ave. Bhmaiyahu T. Bwtraky. Cantor Louis Oartenhaua ISRAELITE CENTER-SIM BW 84th ter. Conservative: R^Whi Morton Malavskjr. Cantor Bamuel Balkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION-1 111 SW UHh ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Blmon April. Cantor Berore KoMilif. J WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER—:.720 SW ITtll w Cr.i>srr*'al*e. IMfthJ Alfred Waxman. H ;inil llth ave. %  U Vii l Ive. %  alb i 'Vf' Rabbi Rabbi Simon April "IMMH Arab Problem" services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Tents of Shem." Class in Bible is at 4 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hoid Friday evening services at 5;10 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor Stern will preach on the topic: "Torah Laws are Scientific." Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Sermon is scheduled as: "Our Changing Generation." Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. Class in Talmud is at 4 p.m. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:30. Rabbi Alired Waxman will be assisted by the choir. intf are .at Yeshiva Hall at 10"B.m.; Df. and Mrs. Philip Sawelson will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor ol their son, Harold, who! becomes Bar Mitzvals during Saturday morning servicesat 8:30. i Minch will be at .5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos SeGdos. Daily serv-' ices are ;,l 7:38 a.m. and 15'nun-1 utcs before 'suridown. • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold! Friday evening services at 5:15.1 Saturday morning services are at | 9. Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment, will become Bay Mitzvah. Rabbi Alexander Gross, will preach on the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shtalos Seu as ^"Generations of Isaac." Mr. and Mr|. Isadore Teitler will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services arc at 9. Mincha will be at 5 p.m. • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Naret will preach on: 'Two Views of the Bible." His sermon will include a discussion of "The Prophet," by Sholem Asch, and 'Certain People of the Book," by Maurice Samuel. The discussion is in honor of Jewish Book Month. George, sonof! 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will Mr. and Mrs. S. Levie. will W| preach on the topic; "Church and come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday 1 Stare — Religion and Public ^ Daily services an*t'7:30 am Isadore! „., g ^ 5 p m ^"j^y st rv .I Schools" Mr. and Mrs. ^Bermart will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services are at 9. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs Michael Covin. will become Bar Mitzvah. Junior services arc at 10. morning services at 11 • • • CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday •vapinfi.s^rv ices at 8:15 p.m. 'Kstrier." by N* thaniel Weinreb, will-be the second in a series of bouk reviews liy Rabbi Morris Skop in honor of N

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;*L NOTlCf F.CTITIOUS ri*u?RBHY OIVEN that ^•.fTtlctlilou* name of r 2; r ?"""" %  • w,,h "I" j?W c < • fcu:iN ITICKIURS. INC. I WED r.—I E'^%TcfAL UR J R 2u.T V ^ t H n J .OE COUNTY, FLORf D ^rFRY No. 174455 )P M,I.U'.I' WALLACE ^'^•"PUBL.CATION f V SOTiriBD KSl'ni .... OWorce RSe Clerk of '"' Ii • ..niv Florida, a<>'" a ,..; %  „„ ,he PlalntlfTi ,;„SKXKRA.\r/.. J '' ,. Road, Miami ;,., If you fall to „feso will be 15 nr.lw.-l this 111 •'>' Of I.KAfHKRMAN. 2 v H Rica J B > '' Deputy Cleric D 1 LEGAL NOTICE 15 B ETuNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW in HEREBY BIVBN that "urn-.l tlesirln* I" engage In latfr' Hi* fictitious name of VZAAI! at 12731 Biscay ne Emi Florida, Intend* to regTwmr with the clerk of the n>[ lwe County. Florida. WILLIAM BOXER ft TOCXtl ifor William Boxer pi-n-u tTllNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW jis HERBBY OIVEN that hpifi. deslrlna to engage In laader the fictitious nHnie of LR, at %  •"' %  N W lh Aw.. Mlregslter said thflers of the circuit [.DKIICO int> i loi Ida jlT.i. I' "',i: i *ole owner) R t OARH I for AMI KR.II UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY r.lVEN that Bijti"! ngase in |MK the fictitious n IHM Of JK.NTV TIII:I:I: .idi i 'ounty, KATSI '. i: CORP. I UXi IN .. %  •ant pUdl-lS CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW : Is HERKin lilVBN that Jllil, III-KII ii -: tn engage In |J*Jjr th. n.ime i.f ITHT I < .' %  \ w 1'Tih l**"-! I ii lei Mid name l H". .n nit Court of I ,-irt.i WII.I.IA.M H AVERT kNolt M AVER* PAIL ANKI.1,1 I AX!i UARS Ihr An %  Ig fH-IS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE WCIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO .COUNTY. FLORIDA IN No. 184329 J I INK and ,nXK. I %  !...: Sftf"-f %  '" rvfenegeti R i, 0 / PUBLICATION g.nI.WSti. ,idreae unPj. and if married, his un!T 11 > |"";*if living, and if ^ lunK devisees. ^*' Ijani i redltot i or ..parti** laimlng by. umier ., r against trie —ant. wh" not known •wa >r ally, and all other .""•'wrtir* utherwlaa havD* clalmln* nn> right, title. T' 1 *-' perty. .-.it%  t ilf Ti" 1 l,, c '" ; "'e la.if ''• '" "" %  "' *> Km %  • MARTIN-H Sl-ltJS i .'" r,,ln a l hf Mat iSt ••"' ,hr l '" 1 1 "Ke.-ord. I RtU oo ,v "orlda; M R HEREBY SOT1PIETJ %  ttoquWt title, ,,. ,|„. .,,„„,. H'T"',, aaa been file.l I v.„ 1 th ." "' "I'itleil \Ll ,V: l "" 1 1 requIrS to >lT,J %  '" ""' tO the I ..tiff.' :..fc fti.Hu 1 K PINK ii2-im i*ih •''" "'• fn J in on or | .'"It will .,. Oatdbar, ^TIIKRMAK, %  i •i li.t.-ntle, *..h ,,.. unty. *IKXA.VDBR II %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HERErTT GIVEN that tiniiinii-r.-lKiied, damrini to engaKe In liuaineHN under the fictltlouname of TUB KEN-ART BTUDIOH at 111; Raj Itoail. Miami lli-ach. Intend to re(latt-r aald name with the Clerk of thi cult Court of l>ade County, Florida l>ANIKI, CAItl.IN HEN Cl II.|.;K ii/n-iH-ii — 12/a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the umdarotffnad, daatrlng to engace in buaflMM iimli-r the fi>M IIIOHN name ,.i PROVIDENT CONSTRUCTION, a illvlnlon i.f PROVIDENT HOME IMPROVEMENT., Intendi to register .-..ml name with th Ctork of lh.i'i r cull Court of Dade County, Florida PROVIDKNT ll'i.Mi: IMPROVEMENT CO. \\ II.I.IA.M BRKTAN, I'rea. IIKRMAX IIRKTAN Attorn. \ for Applli.i.t : %  : West MnRler St II/11-1S-U — IX/I NOTICE UNOER^ FICTITIOUS •' %  ... '...r^.r.'.v ;^i:.',-„;;;;:-;• •HENRT N.,UT,,V" A,:I:V M,,ss Atio,,,.., ,.„ AwjUoant MI* Hi.-, aj ... imii I-II-II .:>:, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE neH •"•'"TITIOUS NAME LAW NtrTlCB lb in-.iti-.iu QIVEN thai the liri.er.-lKneil. MeHll inv to enuilKe il. business under the fictitious name of PKOV1DBM1 Bl n.i>i:it.-, .-, ul> wnvtDEKT HOME IMPROVR MENT CO., Intends to register said i .i.,.iw.i.t tini.ierk ol ,....'n. ( ..t Court Of IVirle Pnuntv. Flnrloa. TROVIDENT HOME IMI'ltoV I..MK.N I CO. WII.I.IAM BRETAN, Pres HERMAN HRBTAN Aitornev f'.r Aiiplli-ant 72 West Plagler 8t. U/II-18-S.i — i.' -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under thf fictitious name of POP'S IN. at 31 N.K. Mth Street. Miami. Florida, Intend* to register siii.r name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County. Florida. WM. R. DAVIS ERMA T. DAVIS HENRT M CAIN Attorney for Applicants MM West Flaglrr St Miami, Florida 11/11-18-J5 — 12/S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ ... NAME LAW Noili K is HEREBY OIVEN that I. dealrlna to engage In i ;M''"T,.'^;-.', I L itiou. sSK of THE I I.A \ LI. SHOP, i,t 256 East "*' S •• H i., ktSJfi JfETER. WWM^SSTSSm Attorneya foi Ralph Robblna M". .,"',""',""•"' %  Mlaml ,: '" '' n 11/w*ll*18*Zo NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, oaalrlna to engage in ; o',"','.X s „" l '' r ,h '' "Ptltloui name ol SU EETWATER BAR, at 750 H W mxth Avenue, Sweetwater, Intendr to register said name with the Clerk of IDs Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ,., RENATO i: KNOUEB KE8SLER & OARS Attorney! t..r Applicant 17K1 W Flagler St. 11/4-11 -M-L'.'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thnt. the undersigned, desiring to riiKaxe in business under the fictitious name ,.t SHOW BAR. at Gl"7 N W L'Ttli AVI %  Intends to register said name with the ci.-ik of the I'm-uil Court of Dade Count), Fl.ulda. WILLIAM R GREGORY, Sole I I.. I KE88LRR A GARS Vttoineys for Appli. %  .nt I7l W. Flanler St. Il/ll-lst*.". — 12 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal tin undersigned, deatrlng I" engage in business under the r.crttlo.if name of Al.S BAR, at 2MU N.W. Itith St.. intends to reul.-t.i -.a i,I nami with the Clark of the circuit OoWt ,.f Dado 'oui.t\ i I". Ida. ALVIN i LINK. Sole owner KKSSLFMl Ic GABS Attorneys for Applicant ITS* W. Flagler St. liru-ia-ss — itn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HERBBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to cngag.in business under the fictitious name of SILVER DRUGS, at 16r.O N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Dade County, Ha, intend tn register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dade Countv. Fl I.i DAVID SILVER ZELDA SILVER MYERS, HEIMAN %  KAPLAN Attorney! f..r Applicant! :.n Seyhold Bldg, 11/4-11-18-SS IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 33927-A RE ESTATE OF DAVII' METER, Dei eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given lhal I have filed im final report and petition for Final Discharge of Executor "f the %  of DAVID MEYER, deceased and th.it on the -"-th day of November, I9S5, will apply to the Hon. FRANK DOWLING, Count) Judge ..f Bade County, Florida, for approval of final report and for final dlschargi ..Executor ..i Ihe Estate of DAVID MEYER d ised, Thli lTtii da) of October, 1953 DAVID RIFA8, i •:-.• Attorney for Executor BEORGE CHERTKOF 607 Olympla Bldg., Miami II, Florida |., |s ID 1-11 -iv NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the rictlttuus name ol .IIKFV PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at 2341 sw 17th st. Intend t" ragiater said name with the Clerk of tl Citcult Court of Dade foutrtr. Fioriiia SIDNEY (IRHRNNTFIN WILBUR A. HEINE MORTON M ItKliil.i. Attorney for Apjai-inls MH Biscay ne lildg. ft.' ll/ll-ls-2.'. — 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslong to engage In business under the fictitious name ..f MA.'Koi .I.S CLKANERS & BYER8, at Ml SW 17th An,, intends to register said nanke with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court <>f Dade County, Florida. LATFUOr MACKOOL ROBERT M DKEHI. Attorney for Applicant 90.'. Si y hold iildg. U/ll-ls-2.'. — II -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to encase in bualnem under the flctlllooa name of ACE-HY BIGN COMPANY al 1101 N Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Cl.rk of the circuit Court of Dad. Countv. Florida <; II PASS BERNARD HUTNER. Eaq tnt Olympla Pidg Miami. Florida Attorney f,,r Q II. B.ihs lO.IS — 11/4-11-18 Bg| %  -I1/I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to outage In business under the fictitious name ol MIAMI DANCE CENTER, at .no > V\ Xth Street. Miami, intends to tcglslei aald name with the Clerk of the t ircult Court of Dade County. Florida. HARVEY 1J-.E STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicant 608 Lin. ..In Road ll/4-ll-la-2i IN COUNTV JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA Ne. 30122-A RE ESTATE OF" SAUL MINSKOFF. Deceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is heiel>> given that I hava Tiled tin final report and petition tor Final Discharge as Admin.sti at-a ol the estate of SAIL MINSKOFF d. ceased and that on the MB •< :,!,. | |9I i, ii nppl) '" ,l "' """" oral.le Count) Judge* of Had' Florida, foi approval "f said fii port gnd for final dlacharse ••%  ;:' mlnUtrator of the Batate "' ** A '' MINSKOFF, This !7th das of o. "•'••' %  .".... t.NUEI. S MINSKOFF MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Altoran-ale II 1-1 ID 2a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY c.i\ i-.s that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe flclith.us "'""'' o. t r:*\ coral Way, Miami. intends to regl-lr. s"l name '"' clerk of thCircuit Court of Dad. County, F1i.il.la n ... n NISSON 8. PEAIIU^ NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ulal by virti r Chapter 7 ..r Florida si.mites Annotated (HMI), Warehoiiiem.n and Warehoua. Rjce'Pj* wherein A 0 TRANSFER fi WAREHOUSE CO INC., a Florida corporalion, by virtue of its warehouse li.n. I,.,, in its possession the following de^''•'vHrT^DlTliiNER. OFflCE KILES AND MIBCEtXANIWLE CARTON.i aa the property of M I.II.LI.K. Pan-Am Mortgage Compam ; f kcurli> Building, Miami. Fla.: 1 PHGTOGRAPHERS FI.UORESCBN1 LIGHT aa %  '' %  • > % %  %  •> %  < M,: ^.' : \ vs ^; ; nuG Una Avenue, Miami Beach: RBraioERATOR. WA8HIN0 MACHINE. I BEDS. CHAIRS AND OIL HEATER, ,, ;,„ propertj ol Mn Retha Harrla, ... N.W. itli Avenue. Miami; and that .... the Mat Day ol Novembor, ,,:,, during the legal houri of aala. ',,,... between 11 :IM forenoon and "'a,, th! aft.-,., ., at W4JIN Miami Wen,,.-, Miami. Florida, the "ndelsigned shall offer for gala U> Oia highes" I. Ider for cash in h-md the above dVacribad propertj aa th! ''^r'! M CILLER. MRS GLA88 and MRS, "DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8th %  %  %  N v v "o""r'. : xN8FER WAREHOU8E CO., INC. II 11-11 %  u TMC TIRCUIT COURT OF THE JOSEPH MAJBW8KI. PUtatlff. iwuaiTv iMI-'IEWSKI Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO JENNIE C MAIKWSKI !--' (, ;'IMHEREBY' SOTIFIBD v '" p R tit*J"foTModlflcatlon of ^e %.h R jrd__o in 8uppor, %  therein -;,;:::„';!"U;"'i,n-^-' ; WEATHERMAN. riark Clrcull Courl ySJ county. Fi"".a Deput) Clerk I, ii.it.lt Wl OT T Sir? RC s U,T COURT F "-HE maefiS! 0 !^ CIRCUIT IN AND CHANfFsV C OUNTY| FLORIDA. IN v-rtAINCERY. M. HUTQC MABEL LKK 'AMPP.FXL. i Main tiff MA( ^-riA M, '" KI 1 >'S1.ER OARS Attorn. lopllcanta 17-,-' W Flagler St. n 'ii-18-15 12 '-' NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36655-A In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM* H MORRIS, alao known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS, I ,,-, ., -. •! To AH Creditor! and All Peraoni Having Claim! Or Demands Against Said You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required t., present any claims and demands which you. Ml either of you, may have against the estate of WILLIAM 11 MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS, deceased late of Dade County, Fiotida. to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, ulthln eight calendar months from the date of trie first pul.li.ai ion h. f Said Claims or demands to contain the legal mblress of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or aaine will he barred. Date November 9th. AD. ItM. EDNA I l.EIB. As Executrix of the Last Will .III.I Testament of WILLIAM II MORRIS. also known as WILLIAM HERBERT XloRRIS. Deceased MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN \it,,i ne] i for Estate ,1 ii-is-r. U/l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401 CLEMENS BCHBUBB, I'Dintiff. HBLBN E SVHEUER. Defendant TO: HELEN 8CHEUER li.S-41 7th Ave. Forest Hills. I.I.. New York You are required to serve a copy of vow answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, i.n.l to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the ..th day of December. t|l ItSS; otherwise, the Bill of CompUlnl for Divorce, heretofore filed h, rein, will be taken as confessed Bfl >0 Dated at Miami. Florida, this the M ,h day -'VV^'LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. Bj M s. GREEN, .Circuit Curt Seal) Deputy Llerk MILToN A FRIEDMAN. Atty. Seybold Building II 1-11-18-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underetgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CLUB SKVKNTY (70). at 6974 Collins Ave., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KAYWK1N CORP. MONROE DIXON Attorney for Applicant 1790 Coral W,.\ 10/28 — 11/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QTVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CUM FIFTEEN (15). at 1437 Collins AV Intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FT..rIda. KATEM CORP. MONROE DIXoN Attorney for Applicant 17'.


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Page 8B to/^/fcrfcftaCFridc tae r^cctlm of Society y>Untfi&e& rtfout *J One hundred guests helped Mr. and Mr a warm" their new horn* Sunday at 4470 Jefferson *'** aolcted by her sister-in-law. Mrs. IUk„. X'-*i^ honor were Mr. Aaperta parents, the Mom, k\*Zl\"* turned from an extended vacation AUo inirr *** %  list were Mrs. Alpert's folks, the Mo. K.tim.n*. "*1 Mrs. L.on Kay* and Mr*. M.uric. S.rott.'worker. preparation and during •* Florida Con K ross of PZT, m ... So. at the closing banquet Nov. 10 Ell tn and nHl Md sented with gifts from Batty Or.ini, itate public*. dir~? % for their part in keeping the news going and working on^"! swnisi PAtrr HAW UUTMDAY TO IUTH It was as much a surprise to husband guest of honor Ruth Jacobson when friends Charlet R. to a "surprise birthday" par r last week. lTt^S^rJlJ flow affair at the Philip M. Wein.tein., with I ered to sing "Happy Birthday" to Ruth. Among instigators of the surprise affa '"any well-*^ Mist ftoslym Sidran Roslyn Sidran Plans June, 1956 Wedding Roslyn Sandra Sidran and Warren James are engaged and are planning a wedding for June. 1956 The bride-elect is the (laughter of Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, 900 Lenox ave., and the late Mr. Sidran. formerly of Detroit. Warren is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate James. 814 Lenox ave He is a graduate of Miami Bcac' Senior High, attended the University of Florida, and is now at the University of Miami. He served with the Armed fore es in Korea. Miss Stem's Fiance Graduate Assistant Miss Arlene Stern, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Stern. 996 SW 9th st.. met her future husband. Jack Segal, at the University of Miami. Mr. Segal is the son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Segal. 79 SW 9th st Miss Stern graduated from Miami Senior High School and is now attending the I'M. where >he is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, j freshmen's scholastic honorary A magna cum laude graduate of! the I'M. Mr Segal was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon and Phi Kappa Phi there He is now a graduate assistant at the I M, working on his master's degree. The wedding is planned for Dec. 18. Mist Ar***e from CimjKs Troth Tol(t By A;iron .liiHVes A summer wedding is planned by Carol Ann Jaffee and* Robert Gene Pan-in. The hrideelect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Aaron Jaffee of 6511 SW 20th St.. formerly of Linden. N J. She is a senior a*, the University of Miami, majoring in business ad' ministration and is a member -of Gamma Alpha Chi. women's national advertising sorority. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parvin of East Orange j N.J. He in a graduate of Upsalai College and has served in the Air! Force for two years. Mist Car*/ Jaffa* were the MmUh Chart.* Herrons, Sam Coldstains, Sid Goldratht, to,* Scheyer and proud In-laws Ball* and David Jacobson. Chain of Friendship shows these events; Mrs. ErnntiniL a happy holiday ahead when she visits her son in law an* Mr. and Mrs. L*onard T. R*ck*r, in Englewood, N J Mm L the former Jackie Newell, Miami Beach, and last weekend" corned her friends, the Arthur Si*?*!*, for a brief visit bdwi return here. MOfff ABOVT BMTNaWS vrsfTots it of Ellis Deparln Nov. 8. She's act*! Interiors .^ fcy 0 k I l Distinctive Fwrnithinat Ml N.I. 125th Strt.t Nona Miami, FIs. Ph. M 9 0248 Mrs. Sarah Ellis, mother of Irving E renown, celebrated her 88th birthday on the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mr and Mrs. David tang, of Haifa. Israel are visiting their ter and son-in-law. the Barnard Dieners, of 605 77th st. .. Mr,' presiding judge oj real estate courts in Haifa and suu, nicipalities Mrs. 0t*n*r is the former Either Zang, who many dangerous missions during the Israel liberation war Mr. and Mfs. I. EL Simfcewitx, of 6205 L.Corce dr. are telling friends that son Michael is a member of the footbajt Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania. The marching rnautfl 1 gation plays at athletic eontests during the fall semester.. Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions I WEDMNG SANOUfTS WEDDING ANNIVlRSAttlS BA MfTZVANS fr.m 25 to 1,080 HOTEL UNDER FEtSONAl MANAGEMENT Of SAW. HERMAN ON THE OCEAN AT UNCOtN ROAD Telephone JE i-0811 Outstanding Students Make Wedding Plans The engagement of Myrna Breesack to Robert L Shevin is announced by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Bressack. 80 Shore Drive West, Bay Heights. Mr. Shevin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shevin. 1844 SW 13th at. Miss Bresark is a graduate of Miam Beach High School and is now a junior in the school of music at the University of Miami. While at Beach High, Myrna was vice president of the national forensic league and soloist with the Miami Beach Accapella Choir She was selected as the outstanding graduate of this choir Miss Bressack has spent the past two summers as a student of opera at the Berkshire Music Center. Tanglewood. Mass. She is an active member of the Miami Opera Guild. She belongs to Pep Club, University Chorus and was pledgetrainer of Sigma Lambda Phi service sorority. Mr. Shevin is a graduate of Miami Senior High and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida, where he was an outstanding campus personality. He was president and outstanding senior of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, sect, of men's affairs, and a member of the executive council of student government. He was Southern collegiate debate champion and second in the nation, president of the debate society and Tau Kappa Alpha, speech honorary. He was elected to membership in Florida Blue Key and chosen for Florida's Hall of Fame. Mr. Shevin is currently a junior at the University of Miami school of law, where he is a member of the university national moot court team, chairman of the law school homecoming breakfast and president of Bar and Gavel legal Uf trOtWoS Jowls* COwtaV society. Adult Jewish Institute of Coral date has been set for the •AND! f HOTOCRAPNfW THIS Alt 4BOOT WOMEN I' Oaa te lc* Schwrtg and mother Mrs. Tilli* L. Schwwti tint I from the Prince Michael to the Alamo hotel. Bea is direetoc I mitting at ML Sinai-end recently received the Miami Bead) i award. Time is founder of the Free Nurses Institute and Nurses of G r e at er New York. She is also a director of St 1 Women's Auxiliary. Photographer Starr Wayman tells this tale about women": Stan was flying back from South America where. HI on assignment for two weeks. Wife Martha was to have; in Mexico City, .; Stan's plane stopped first in Guatemala, and there was I who'd decided Do -visit at Lake Atitlan for a few days Miami Beach gets a national radio hookup break sUnJBgl and every Saturday after that Art Gr**n will be disc Jottf, WKAT. with the U.S. government as sponsor. f AMIir REVNNM ... NOT SMHNCS SCINf Family reaaldi deOn" the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Sarnetl I 2331 SW 19th sL. when they have Thanksgiving dinner Non.tt* them wlimufcMJfcJMtoaray Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Law*"* 1 Mrs. Marion Froedman, of Los Angeles, the Louis Petermana, 8*3 and the Joseph Levin**... f Gynecologist Or. Daaaiei Sloa* is expecting a visit fr 0 ""* 1 in Beltirnore. They plan to spend the winter season hertj recently opened two offices. one on Lincoln rd and 1 South West Miami. Vacationing at the Arlington in Hot Springs are Mr*, i Mr. and Mrs. Aafolph Haines and Mrs. Sally Gardner. %  J* No wedding % urdine's,. SMMAUU -&>*/ the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' "rear. U.S. pet. off. MUm MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUMROAU WEST r AIM MUSIC StUDIO PIANO OMAN i*m V**•••*. M ** Jtain.-theory Donald Van Horn. M.M.-plano-orgaa Moth (••rmi-ily with i„ .""*" Conservatory ..f Mu.i, 11*4 S.W. Hi. Terrace, Pfe. 8-2472 if*** Elk. Tell Trdt& of Sandra to Mr. Dattj of their daughter,! Joel M. Dalkin. oi Cl The groom-elect n Albert Dalk.ns. ParkljJ Chicago Sandra is a junior College Her fin**" Bachelor s degree IM* State University h Mr. and Mrs. Loon J. Ell. of IS Island ave., Belle Isle. Miami Beach, annou n ce the engagem ent Mental Health last'rtute s. Gables Jewish Center will meet Tuesday evening,' Nov. 22, with courses in Yiddish, Hebrew. eu_ toms and ceremonies. Lois Parks, tioned at Patuxent Ki" executive director of the Mental station in Maryland. .. Health Institute of South Florida, u0 ] f art P" will be guest speaker it an open | ^T^ld**^ forum. Ian early sur Mud. i,|. „f A || ArtK 4 AllvaB( HOUSI of picwm Lerg, Sele'tion e f Fin* Prints Oil* Engravings Modern Traditional framed — Unframad Pictur. Framing — Dry Mountin* *M7 BiKayaw Blvd. Ph. IA-*tt2 GENE TROOP AmT-WTOOfuriltl v fnriudet Studio Bridl W.in Every Candid Weddini ~ N* Extra Cott Miami ataach so eosy to boy with your MORRIS BROS/ Wfiolrlnfi # hart m ;lccoU*i r 1/3 VOW mi NO auamo CHW MORRIS BROS. H C. fUStasl "*? %  i ae>j i i ii aaassaei a



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ifcwmber 1 8. 19M Author ISeries at Library j week, according to Dr. [CMS! I of the j ic Librarj This scries bresente-l on alternate nber through ill include Vivian Larapoet laureate of Florjenkin-. who wrote L v parson;" Don Tracy, Itcr. author ol -Carolina Ld Day Keene, who has (paper back original!. [ike Sahlin. well-known will discuss hook if' and Carroll Seghers, ^Biographer, will speak r k he does with national [stimulating topics will jnie'lincluding "Can I Read" and "The Camhnalu T)gram of the 1955-56 ored a panel which disThere too Much Vio^lodern Fiction?" SpeakFrederic Wakeman, Ihe •Hucksters" and Fabulous Train" was in September; Helen %  blici-t; Rabbi Morris A. (he Coral Cables Jewish Louise Blanchard, of I Dai!) NewSam Gyson. bor on Station WAHR, I moderator. Official imi for Meetings Council of Jewish the fir-t private or|toe>tabli-.h recreational • Golden Age groups," i Sara Lee Berkman. naI representative of Coun| interview la-t week. an was in Miami to i local NCJW leaders at ach da\ [or I scheduled workshop" The nai in New York City has i this field trip to evalune local Council section i to announce new plans Ding year. i Greater Miami Section ion "senior citizens" unairman-hip ol Mrs. Leo its major project this I Berkman pointed out | Council's interest and f>rk in this field, I 'he conferences sched*Jewish jbrtMbn 50 YiARS Of MEMBERSHIP Page 5 A For 50 continuous years of active membership in the Painters' and Decorators Union of America. David Jacobson (center) receives a gold service award from Eli Lazare (left) president of Local 365 Miami, as secretary Mike Enlwhistle looks on. beveral hundred members were on hand to honor the "Life Member at special ceremonies held in Electricians' Hall. Painter Recipient of Gold Service Pin David Jacobson. 1250 NW 55th it, is the recipient of a gold service pin in recognition of 50 years of continuous membership in the Painters and Decorators Union of America. The presentation took place last week at a special meeting at Electricians' Hall, followed by a social and dance with more than 250 members and friends in attendance. Jacobson is one of the oldest union painters in Miami from the standpoint of service, according to Mike Entwhistlc. secretary of Miami Local 365. He first joined the union in New York City in 1905, shortly after arrival in the United States from Minsk, Russia. During his youth, he served an artist's apprenticeship period before becoming a decorator. He was a member of Local Union 194 of Chicago for over 30 years, and continued his active membership in the Miami local upon arrival here 16 years ago. His sons are Charles R. Jacobson. artist and publicist of Miami, and Owen Jordan, television and radio actor, residing in Westchester County, N.Y. uled for last week of meetings with leaders were "Section Board Responsibilities," chaired by Mrs. J. C. Lehman; "Service to the Foreign Born," chaired by Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Donald Rubin; "Senior Citizens," chaired by Mrs. Alpert; "Thrift Shop," chaired by Mrs. Aaron Kanner. 'Education." chaired by Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein: "Councilettes," chaired by Mrs. Howard Grove and Mrs. Leon Kaplan; "Bulletin," chaired by Mrs. Aaron Farr; "Publicity," chaired by Mrs. David D. Pollack; "By Laws." chaired by Mrs. Sidney Lewis; "Membership and Office Practices," chaired byMrs. Samuel Gcrtman. I BIRTHS MT. SINAI HOSPITAL— Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollak. Oct. 27. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sussman. Oct. 27. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mandel. Oct. 27. Daughter born to Rabbi and Mrs. H. Louis Rottman. Oct. 27. Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fox. Oct. 2. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin White. Nov. 1. Daughter born to Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Frankcl. Nov. 2. Miami Beach's Best Address ENJOY THE BEAUTIES AND LUXURIES OF THE Clamorous APARTMENT HOTEL BY THE YEAR OR SEASON • Switchboard Service • Fully Furnished • targe Pool • Docks for boats, fishing • Air Conditioned • Complete Kitchens • Private Parking • Deluxe Service • Garden Showplaca CREEK DRIVE YEARLY RATES Bedroom Apis. $2000 $2204 S2400 $2500 Waitrlrontt Slightly Hightr Maid and Hotel Service at Reasonable Rates 6800 INDIAN Over 250 Feet Facing Biscayne Bay Announcing the Opening of Our Factory in Miami Monufacfurers of I RS rCR BUM. DIM DIRKCTi Mil S RF.AI : S'l \TI Or FICI S WJTO SHOW ROOMS HO 1 ( S ( I IBS l W I RNSABARS S I MR ANTS ETC. • Changeable Signs • Bulletin Boards • Menu Signs • Directories • Plastic Letters FOR SCHObLS %  SYNAGOGUES Also large selection of price markers for General Merchandise, Groceries and Butchers. 1107 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 82-0291 ACE-HY SIGN CO NEW STATE LAW AUTO INSURANCE The Mf lew, effective Oct. 1 eeellce to the Driver' %  licence ef each arlver end elie trie evte reejitretien toe* •' each t every antomefclle bivalves' la the ecclrfent ae well •* toei of all ether evtamofciln helne the IOM ewaenhbt. Tab lav r a e e lree 91O,OOO/S20,OOO •edify Inhiry ana $5,000. ercecrty eemete. Oar lewaat rate b $51.10 a year which cea ha bud acted hi fear peymenti with $11.20 due when the policy li bleed and I payments ef $11.00 due 10 doyi epert with ae extra cheraei. 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The President's secretary wrote Silver JJoi ,ar "Thank you far your kindness in sendEa to the President the large banner wh ch you used on your parade car duringthe J££„i Jewish War Veterans conventron. NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Offers convenient checking ; facilities, bank-by-niail service jand FREE customer parking. Commercial and special checking accounts cordially invited. LINCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE ii.-L.. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. NulTlQcI Federal Reserve System



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Page 2A ^JmLstBorJcHai^ Increases Mark Chest Campaign A new tot;/! for th<> Community Chesl campaign ; ing, However two agencies have been add) ins the ii>tai Dumber of Chesl or ganitattons to 25. An 11.6 per cenl increase must be maintained to reach this years goal. Lantaff pointed out. Community Chest leaders in While the professional, employee ,ne current Red Feather drive and business divisions ire out rail are shown here going over the ing money, the Metropolitan Worn latest report of the money raisen's Division on Miami Bead! \\:ll ed. From left to right are Markick-off their house-to-hoiise drive cus O. Serokin. head of the on Tuesday, Nov. 20. with Mrs Evefinance and Construction Divi!u" ^ ,, : : L h '' i,dl "r.. ,h, '.r r ''': ,, F :'. r sion. end Leonard A. Wien. Miami Beach campaign chairman. Spivakovky to Perform Brahms Concerto With U of M Orchestra the first time on Miami Beach, both the Dkviaion "A" and Metropolitan Division will hold their drives t,, gather in an effort to shorten the campaign, according to Leonard A Wien, Beach campaign chairman. mittee of the Academy for Liberal Judaism is Jacob 8. Manheimer. i ~~ former president of Congregation Academy for Liberal Rodepfa Bbolom, and the Jewish I NEW YORK-An Academy lor representative on the I.j.wncnLiberal JudaisTri has been estabTrio, with a Catholic and Protealished here with headquarters at ;int laymen who ipoke under the 7 Wesl 83rd at its purpose to auspices of the State I>t | make possible the training and or dination of Liberal Rabbis m a througboul Germany this nin lull four-year post-graduate course ,! "Religious Life in the Ui lirman of the exet itive comStates." Brahma Violin ( oncerto In i> major win be the prineipal to be i' i b) Tossj km ikj win n he appe with the i niveraits oi Uiaana'Symphony Or tra SWIM. I Moiulnv aajap mugs. \ w v. 30, and ii. at Miortli n and D inly auditoriums De in John Bitti r will be on the podium and conduct th ( I n tra in < oncertante Musik for <>rchesler by BOTTia Blacher and Symphonj No. 2 in K minor by Rachmaninoff. Seven successive tours of the I States have carried Spivokovak) t<> each of the 48 states, • ana ia. Columbia Ecuador, Venezuela, Lrael and Honolulu. A -in ( %  ere. self-effacing, genuinely modest musician. Spivakovsky has played exactlj the same program 'in small towns and cities that he 'has scheduled for the major music centerAll of bis programs include a substantial percentage of contemporary music which everybody knows is far more difficult for audiences than the "'ruin of the established repertory. Horn in Odessa, in Southern Russia, and trained in Berlin between two world wars by such celebrated teachers as Arrigo Serat) and Willi Hess. Spivakovsky left Germany when Hitler came to power tor Australia and New Zeal-' and "Down Under," he concerttaed! extenaively, married the attractive mother ol their now 14-year-oldj daughter, Ruth. BESIDE YOURStLF... wa/f/tMi/ii 't/gjiuiJiim i Totsy Spivakovsky MJGUST BROS &>: f i t ,.. a v r Is f Mr n> U SAVI FOR TC WMBli T0t, SORROW ron s, *nessMh *M|ajsai| LcitcreetCraftj Safely DeaiJil mtmktr BM|J BANK of )\m 37 WASMINOICs COlOtIO DAY WORKERS YOUNG UNIFOIMED -UH H.gh Type D.m.st.c Weekly Maid. Hotel Help Porters — Molds Kitthc. ACE E MPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES mi. Receiving certificate oi award from the CouncU of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds on behalf of Mt. Sinai hos blv oiVn 6 f S r r (r ^ h,) -• h W recent General Assemby of Council in Chicago. 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nbrl8..19SS feinkle Named Chairman federation 'Young Men's' Group k **'**' n rr'd Congregation. Dade ne *s, Inc. [**" mm ]r* cii^u. MAKE YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS GIFTS! • Learn the easy, Inexpensive way to make charming and unusual gift! for friends and family. Watch for Grand Opening Specials DO-IT-YOURSELF CRAFT SHOP 1S15 N.W. 27th AVI., MIAMI Parl\ in ^Tropical Hohbyland Lot Gustave Shaw, Nathan Rothstein. Louis Friedman, Stanley Caidin. Edward Klein. Bob Lewison, E. Albert Pallot. Judge Milton Friedman, Judge Sidney Segall, Nat Blumberg, Ralph Gitlin and Edward Becker. Reports of the drive are made each Friday at the Sholem lodge luncheon in the Urmey hotel. Caidin, president-elect of Sholem lodge. Wednesday revealed that Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz, honorary chairman of the drive, has issued an official proclamation setting aside the month of November as B'nai B'rith Month "and to call upon the citizens of the City of Miami to join me in expressions of felicitation, support and good wishes for this worthy Order which has played so great a part in our country's developm ent.^ % "Memorials should express the dignity and integrity of the < % individual" < jt I Let us show you memorials J % of quality and good taste % that we have installed in the t % various cemeteries in Miami 4 j and vicinity. THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 4 4 4 4 < 4 The 2-Sfry rVfcrfe Boilding 3253 S.W. 8h St. P. t3-024f < MARKERS $40.00 J %  let Cemetery Charge* \ Open Sundays Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ iQktructCa 25 YIARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Ttfk MMrwK* Pelkle* • &f ( M m City Title tawreeei Co. Capital. Snrpi-t t e*erei Exceed UfiOOfiOO 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 You won't be caught ihort next yaar at gift shopping time, if you join our Christmas Saving Club now! The easy way to fit Chrittmai buying in with your budget is to save a little each week, all through the year. The Club check you receive will give you worryfree spending. RESOURCES EXCEED 14 MILLION DOLLARS Evening Hours Downtown Office Till • PM Mondays Branch Office* Till • PM Fridey* All Officei Open 9 AM 3 PM Other W..kd.yi. Closed Saturdays Dade Federal JOSEPH M UPTON. President ^ e 45 N F. FIRS) AVF-NUf C 1100 N.W 36th STRtET e?9 0l S.W 8 in STREET • S'O* N.W. 7lh AVENUE



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Page 6 A fJewlst) rhridfian Friday, November 18, 1955 A Retired Diamond Appraiser Paints Because He Loves Art A retired diamond appraiser is now devoting all of his spare time to painting. He is Max Astor, of 2380 SW 26th st. Astor has a studio in his home "There is no reason why I paint." he explains with a soft, grin. "I paint simply because I love it— and because I have to. "There are a combination of colors," he says, "a lovely form and even sometimes just plain space — and they demand to be put down on canvass." Astor tries to see "the reality of things" in his paintings. How did he come by art? He says he had no formal schooling. "There was a Spaniard I knew—a friend of mine—who felt I am artistically inclined." In his youth, Astor was an actor in Europe and New York. He came to the United States in 1904 and performed on the Yiddish and Russian stage. Sul M quently. he took to painting. "My tea hers ca i be seen in any museum. I visited all the museums 1 possibly could once the spell of turpen inc and color got me." Retired since L&48, when he came to Miami, Astor lives with his wife. Belle A son. Edward, is a professional desi "ner in the North. Many of Astor's subpect's are inspired by his love of Judaism. A recent work is entitled "Shachres." He is now working on an 13x24-inch canvass entitled "Esrog." He has sold some of his canvasses; others have been on exhibition. During the High Hoi) Days, "Shachres," and a later work, "Baal Tekujah." were on exhibit in the Washington avc. Art Gallery. His favorite painters are ITrillo. Manet and Monet. But his principal inspiration comes from nature. "I love the skies ami the waters." With his deep devotion to art. Astor still has time to identify himself with such organizations as Farband. And his early acting days arc not a part of his memory only. Astor frequently gives readings of the great Yiddish and Hebrew works of literature to many spell-bound audiences. Dr. Hurwitz Named To Honor Society Dr. Joseph J, Hurwitz, instructor of Hebrew and History of Western Civilization at the University of Miami, has been elected to Beta Gamma chapter of Pi Delta Phi, ; national French honor society. Dr. Hurwitz will be among hon-. ored guests at a meeting of the chapter Sunday Nov. 20. Official j installation is scheduled for Jan-' uary. 1956. The I'M instructor Is a member I of the American Association of University Professors American \Delation of Professors of Hebrew, American Association ofj Teachers of French and the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami. ^BLOOP BANK Installation Held at Royal Palm Hotel Saturday Eve Poale Zionist Organization here installed officers Saturday evening at the Royal Palm hotel. Jacob Rearson was named president. Others assuming office were non Halperin and Henry Seithn. vice presidents: L. Diibler, honorary secretary; Mrs. I i Kihn. financial secretary; M Kahn, recording secretary; and S. Lerner, treasurer. Principal speaker was Rabbi Lerer. spiritual leader of Monticello Park Congregation. Program included Beryl Morrison and Jacob Fishman. CANVASS BY MAX ASTOR Exposition Names Religion to be Emphasized By AZA Chapter Hurricani \2 \ Lh cmphasized that 11 will accord i" rclligioa a large share "i the group's (programming Ihia year. New Chairman Randolph B. Railey, Miami manufacturer tor the last 29 years, ha-. Oecn named chairman of the GreatMiami Industrial Kxpositi.m for the Kvimh annual show which \ v c aro Panninu ;> Sunday <\at-e Mar. '2. Ihrouuh 11 1 mominn srvvn-c anil breaklast v. ilh Seville Hotel to Open In December, Kipnis Says The S8.000.000 Seville hotel, streamlined and luxurious, with one of the largest single rooms for meetings of any hostelry will be completed in December 1955. president Irving Kipnis announced Wednesday. The 15-story. 300-room structure will be the largest modern all-welded structure erected in Florida. The convention hall will m< iasore 12,000 square fool of unobstructed floor space it will he used leuexhibits, convention and banquets and scat 1.750. Located on theoc*an at 28th I" 30th sts.. the Seville hotel will huv-.11 its [our acres of land. :iso Year-Round Programs Stated Two of the year-round programs jointly sponsored by the Miami Beach Public Library and the Miami Beach Recreation Department are now being rescheduled for alternate Tuesday evenings of each month. "Words and Music." a recorded music appreciation session, and "The Seven Lively Arts." formerly a Friday night discussion group, are now designated as a joint scries for alternate Tuesday evening presentation, according to .lack Woody, superintendent of recreation. In the coming weeks, the music appreciation group will present lectures pertaining to the great composers of the past, with recorded music and commentary by Joseph Mooncy. concerts director of the Recreation Department. Guest artists, and well-known musical personalities will be invited to appear on many of the programs. The discussion group will continue to meet under the direction of Chain Rose of the Community Centers' staff and has in preparation a calendar of evenings featuring noted guest speakers. Programs will be held in the social hall of the Miami Beach Community Center. 21st st. and Wash ington ave. Hi-Teens E/ecf Marion Frcscnt President of Group HitM M&rion PreMetnl h.t** fc w n elected pi >'snl'iit oi tin* Mi 'iVcns. K'"'p i> n-ft in <; .it Mo'iM Monticello Men Name Present Arthur Present has been elected president of Monticello Park Jewish Center Men's Club. Others named to office at a recent election meting are Alton Zucker, first vice president; Irving Lane, second vice president; A. W. Walsdorf, secretary; and Edwin Alter, treasurer. Executive committeemen are Dr. Jack Wolfe, Dr. Marvin Choos, S. Adelman, A. Selevan and Mac Lasser. Regular meetings of the Men's Club are held on the first and third Sunday of each month at the Rascal House. Club Everglades, Workmen's Circle Branch 1050, visits Mount Sinai hospital and starts a blood bank account. Members present aro Mrs. John Layton, Mrs. Albert Graff, Mrs. Fred Auerbach, Mrs. Phil Weiner, Fred Auerbach, Max Greanberg, Phil Parks, Al Graft, Phil Weiner and Harry Schuldiner. Rep, Orr to View Reapportionnient John B. Orr. Jr.. representative to the State Legislature from Dade county, will he guest speaker at the next general meeting of Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith. to be held Tuesday noon. Nov. 22. at the DiLido hotel. Michael Sossin. lodge president, announced. Rep. Orr will speak on "Reappor•ionment—The Why and How."' and will discuss the reapport'onment bill in the past session of the Legislature and the proposed Con stitutional amendments of apportionment. UM Professor Named President of Board Chairman of the University of Miami's radio-TV-film department. Sydney W Head, has been named president of the Association for Professional Broadcasting Education. Dr. Head was elected to the newly-formed organization's lop post at ;i meeting <>f its board of directors In GUcaso Oet '' and 12 Other Officer* arc lii'N llowcll. .. I %  I ..M.I .llllH'l I.Ml. HoSy Day Israel Bend Sales Near $100,000 Mark ] Sale of State of Israel Bonds for the High Holy Days in Greater Miami passed the $100,000 mark after two rallies for Israel in Miami Beach. Jan Bart, New York lyric tenor and lecturer on Israel, told an overflow audience of 600 persons at the Oceanfront Auditorium "there will be no war in the Middle East. More skirmishes are likely, however." At the function. Rabbi Jonah Caplan of Kneseth Israel was presented with an Israeli Bible personally signed by Premier-designate David Ben-Gurion in behalf of his congregation's record of more than $10,000 in bond sales on Yom Kippur. Pour other congregations, Both Miami Hebrew School ami Congregation, were honored for "out-' standing sendee" to the State at \ Israel with the presentation of hand-painted scrolls by Mulvin I'.'i i*: l.i II. l'"i\ ll;i 11 IIIIIII of III,' ill.'ft Dr. Weidberg Appointed To National AK Committee l)r Joseph M Weidberg. retired Miami educator, has been appointed a member of the Committee on Israel of the American Jewish Committee, it was ann-tunced Wednesday. I Dr. Weidberg, who is an active | member of the Miami chapter of I AJC and former chapter chairman. Sholem Lodge Holds Weekly Luncheon Meetings on Friday Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith Wednesday extended an invitation to the public to attend the lodge's weekly luncheon meetings at the I rmey hotel restaurant every Friday. An informative speaker is heard each week. Norman Lodin, luncheon chairman, said, "Our attendance is bigger now than ever before, which is undoubtedly due to the calibre of speakers. State Rep. Jack Orr, Mayer Abe Aronovitz and Miami Chief of Police Walter Headley are a few of the speakers who have appeared in the past few months." Free Loan Group to Meet Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association will meet Monday evening, Nov. 21, at the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. % 



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Page 4 A +Jmisi> ftcrMtor I^T. H vJemsti ficridicw OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 21141 — 2-8212 Th* ruth of J awlah rioriiiian doer not raawsntM tha Khe merrhaml U'e arlveMlsart In Its rolumns. SUBSCBiPTlON RATCtl a Ytr S3.00 Two YMfi '• % %  Published avary Friday sinca 1927 by tha Jawlah •Mondian al 120 N. E Sixth Streat. Miami 1a. Florida Enterad aa second class maHer July 4. 1930. at tha Poit Offica of Miami, Fla.. undar tha Act of March S. 187*. Tha Jewish Floridian has absorbed tha Jawlah Unity and the Jawiah Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Nawa Service. National Editorial Association. American Association of EnglishJewish Newspapere. Florida Press Aaaociation. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDUN News Editor Community Chest Campaign Voting in the Runoff l0v *mw, During The Week... A „ Volume 29 Friday. November 18. 1955 By LEO MINDUN Somehow. I couldn't enter int., th„ Germans official* began recruiting„! / Cs,ivi ^ thi, one just doesnl talk about a w> s .crT u their ] isn proper diplomacy; in addition 7l* y Wi,h "t entl -.**-,*,, ,„„„ lly ^.„ version. But my lack Kislev 3. 5716 Number 46 Dade county Community Chest is in the midst of a campaign to raise funds for the many worthwhile community agencies which are its affiliates. Each year, Chest asks Miamians to support the campaign so that the splendid work done by these welfare aqencies can continue in such a fashion as to meet the needs of a constantly growing city. Chest is a symbol of the organized effort on the part of Miami to take care of its own. As such, the individual supporter of Chest aptly feels that he is contributing to the welfare of his neighbor. Upward of 20 community agencies and USO are affiliates of the Red Feather drive. By offering our assistance to Community Chest, we are aiding each one of these qroups to carry on their endeavors as in vears Dast. The range of Chest programs reaches out to all age groups from infancy to the aged and to all social and economic levels of the community. Social service work, adoption and foster home care, assistance to the medically indigent, leisure time activity on a sound and constructive basisthese are but some of the areas of Miami's daily living into which Chest reaches with an ever-present helping hand. Give to Community Chest. A 'Mortgage Burning' Temple Emanu-El will hold a "mortgage burning" celebration at the Fontainebleau hotel on Sunday evening, Nov. 27. This is a qreat step forward in the history of the congregation. Less than a decade ago and then known OF Miami Beach Jewish Center, ;he Temple was situated on Euclid ave. In a brief span of vears, the congreaation moved to its present site on Washinaton ave. to build and occupy one of the most beautiful temple buildings throuqhout the nation and to attract a membership of some 1.003 families. Each individual synagogue, temple and center in our land is indicative of the degree of activity of the American Jewish community. A strong community means a Jewish community that is aware of its spiritual and cultural heritage. The burninq of Temple Emanu-El's mortgage Nov. 27 will be indicative of the fact that as Jews, we constantly look toward the enlargement of our horizons. Apart from beinq a symbo of strenqth of Miami Jewry, the ceremony will emphasize the extent of spiritual and lay leadership brouqht to Temple Emanu-El over the years. The Temple and its congregation are to be conqratulated for the achievement they have attained thusfar and the progress they envision in the future. Jewish Book Month This is Jewish Book Month. Throughout the na ion. local communities are marking the festival annually sponsored by the National Jewish Weltare Board. Purpose of the month is to bring to the attention of people everywhere the contribution made to letters by Jewish authors. In Miami the Bureau of Jewish Education has undertaken a complex program which involves bringinq to countless orqanizations aualified speakers capable of discussing the great works of Jewish literature. We consider Jewish Book Month to be one of the important observations in the annual calendar, for it emphasizes a traditional characteristic of the heritage of Jewry. Known as the Nation of the Book," Jews have over the centuries enriched literary art with the rinqinq contributions of their experience. We feel a qood objective of Jewish Book Month for each Miamian would be to set as a goal the reading of several great Jewish works and to avail himself of the opportunity of attending one of the many lectures being held here throuqh November in conjunction with the national festival. City of Miami is in the midst of a hectic political campaiqn which culminates with a runoff of candidates for the office of city commission next Tuesday. It would be most gratifying for everyone concerned to see a record turnout of voters for the runoff. Miamians certainly seem to be partisan about their choices for vacancies in this offices, but talking on election day is less important than balloting, and we take this opportunity of urging every registered person to make his voice heard by casting a vote on Tuesday. The election for school trustee last week was a case in point. Only 8.983 cast their ballots out of a total of 199,872 officially registered people. This means that upward of 190,000 Miamians did not fulfill their obligation as citizens. And this week, only 39.089 of Miami's 105,289 registered voters went to the poles. We can, of course, look upon the opportunity to voice our preference for candidates in a tree democratic society as the right of free men. But it is our opinion that voting is a duty rather than a right. A well informed, intelligent citizenry which is unanimous in practicing its sacred democratic trust need not fear for the future. There are vast areas of the world today in which men would welcome the opportunity to participate in the practices of a free society. We must not, because it is ours, look lightly upon this democratic heritage. A ballot cast in the runoff Tuesday will affirm the fact that we seek the best means possible of governing ourselves and our community. This new West German armv w a K The f.rst 101 member, of the arme^i fn "? ^ a Bo of appointment from Defense iSSr SZX* **S! correspondent m Europe for the NcJ\l\ B ^ *£[. that the ceremony "seemed almost studiedi !**' c *Nt which calls to mind several other i„, S '" '" century Germany history. There was X P ^ d n?J m "23. It backfired, to be sure, but threa SO n I %  *? or a "2fl Hitler conceived of assuming power in M^ C S £"f^' There was the night i, *^H£^* Jting word of thVi/si; that the senile PresideVhVd'^pS HI'T'^ from their informal gatherings to lav a hiLiV Chance,l I Eiirooean cnntin-nt TK.-. .* .. y a blanke t of blin beer halls even as the National Socials. awZngZ?^ I? n ed over their Steins and Bierkaese throat G "-^ that the senile Presided i,.^ : _. Jl Germany. er chance European continent. There Vere twTocM^n'T,, 2 '^ informal, when attempts were made on 32K. "" g ,he of fact, the death of Hitler was informal s„ ,"„,** ,i,e A < to this day about the mythical possibility SnhS ^ return to power. s surv ival U( j mans as opposed to their precise ^ ""'*S But the informality of the ceremony in £?' a auv,ni more than that The mighty Iron Cross hanging l",' ditional symbol of German power, saw thnm/h th! \ children who delight, on occasion in p aj Z* J I *?* Walter Sullivan's observation that the a mo 1 told the complete tale. I, was an effort to shTj?£" %  recognizes the serious and selflessly cooperative roleTltL the matter of European defense it wa 7m 2..E e,,mus, H. guise German joy-to mask K spir7of XtlT 4 during this, the Reich's new hour. ForV iSSdt"^ naively to let others know that Germany once againtak*1 time reluctantly-in the name of the free manI? btSS.'" UM Symphony Season On Advent of the second concert symphony season Sunday brinqs the 29th year of concerts in the Greater Miami area into full swing. In the face of great technical and financial odds, the University of Miami and its Symphony Orchestra are once again bringing the finest in musical entertainment to concert-goers here. The university is to be congratulated for its continuing endeavor in this field of art. As a result of its programs, we are regularly assured of hearing the finest musicians in the world. But the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra does more than this. In the broadest sense, it heightens the cultural horizons of our expanding city. It would now seem almost implausible for a winter season to pass without the UM symphony concerts. In a positive fashion, we can assure the continuation of these musical experiences and anticpate their broadening excellence by supporting the orchestra through regular attendance. AID ON HS WAY OVER-ENTHUSIASM PEEPS THROUGH DISGUISE Herr Blank made the ceremony historic He told tk recruits that Sunday was the two hundredth anniversary of of Gerhard von Scharnhorst. a Prussian general and "father] German concept of a "citizen's army." Somehow, none ofT through. The over-enthusiasm could not be masked y\ nature of the atmosphere fell away before the giant Iron C J Herr Blank. And standing in front of the closed ranks Generals Adolf Heusinger and Huns Speidel, former majoin Hitlers Wehrmacht. I don't imagine anyone really needs prodding into a suspicion of revived German militarism The problem of the| sition of Third Reich war documents is a case in point. Ds course of the Allied invason of Germany, a vast amount of material was located and seized by the occupying armies. Thisi included, among others, the files of the German Foreign 0L, tiles of the concentration camp victims now a-uned under a. : tional Red CTMB; and extensive documents winch jre current//] maintained to a large extent under the control of the Depart :thc United States Army in Alexandria Va German Foreign Office materials are not excessively damninij j are as "good" or as "bad'' as those of aoj ureat power in time* last war and are now being studied and edited by a join: (H | English, French and American scholars They form the bisui Inter Allied German Foreign Ministry Project But the files on concentration camp victims currently in tall of the Red Cross, as well as that material maintained by tnel'Jj i in Alexandria, tell a different tale. Strangely, they have bet j accessible to the public. By far the largest part continues to i "classified" and is therefore not available in any form trti* smaller portion has since been declassified and is at least ta open to perusal by scholars. • EFFORT TO KEEP DOCUMENTS FROM HISTORY However, no systematic, inclusive effort has as yet been begin study of the captured documents; and the arbitrary Wof some of the material renders that material useless wrlbwl to the whole. Add to this the fact that the West Genrun r— and Bonn's friends in Washington have been bringing c pressure to bear on the U.S. and the International Red CrossJ the capture documents, and one gets a picture of deliberate m ness, obfuscation and organized intrigue to keep the true stTJ man atrocity closed away from history. Some ten years have passed since the acquisition of thu The full processing, recording and utilization of it are yet to ed. West Germany is fully cognizant of this fact and wants ,u> back in Europe now. In the face of such pressure, an UIM seems to be developing between German "informal" PJ e0 r'j formal imprecision of scholars. "American Committee fort" War Documents" is now urging our government to P*"?^ classification of the captured documents—as in the case oi Foreign Office papers—before they go back to Bonn. Top U.S. historians make up the committee and inch* nent students as James P. Baxter, III. president of Ji "> E Malcolm Carroll. Professor History at Duke; Dr. r ( chairman of the Hoover Library; Dr. Guy Stanton J or *. a | tive secretary, American Historical Association; Bew ] Professor of History. Harvard University; and Allan n stn. of History, Columbia University. Many others. *>•"!'* p *ttj too numerous to mention, are also members of tn |S *"" | American support of the committee's aim. htiininf' Only time can tell if they will be successful '" !" JJJJ, classification of Jhe indices of all documents under uo.^ d ship and of the largest possible section of the stn %  (yi tat ion and if they will be equally successful in g 'V !" jenrfiW now in the hands of the International Red Cross io Afterl rjl I have a notion these people will not be ^"^j!^ the are only scholars, professors—simple men like ^fuge W' found easy to murder en masse when freedom l nn ^ German university. Well, history Is repeating -* ^, new army "studied in its informality'once again arc scholar his tools of truth.



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No verober 18. J955_ *JeUhrir rH ft r \iM Page 5 B V* -"* %  %\V A %  %  "Meet me at the Fontainebleau" is -the Ljg-dly invitation on the cover of thousands |oi nailing pieces going out to the women lollkide county from the Greater Miami Jewish federation Women's division. Working %  to pake their second annual educational Icfrierence Nov. 30 a smash success ate Ithese members of the reservations comraitw"seated (left to right): Mrs. Amy FteecF, e:::sentinc Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary; Mrs. Harold Melnick. The Fla?ler-Granada choral group is scheduled to appear on the program under the direction of Mrs. Ray Berrin. In charge of hostesses is Mrs. Carl Weinkle. tCcservdions are being handled by Mrs. William Brenner, and directing the' Wrangements committee will hfe Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Rabbi Trying Lehrman, spiritual leader n( Temple Emanu-£1 and preside of the Rabbinical Association Greater Miami, will act as stalling officer of the first official set of Women's Divisiqi officers for 1936. MX. ~ Mrs. Samuel Pollack, president, Miami Beach chapter, American Women's ORT; Mrs. Goldie Auerbach and daughter. Miss Miriam Auerbach. Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary; Mrs. Benjamin Copelan and Mrs. Stella Lipkowitz, both of Hadassah. Standing: (left) Mrs. James Paulen, American Jewish Congress, and (right) Mrs. Alyce Mayne, Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary. jinal Skit Will Keynote Women's Educational Conference In: irmati n. entertainment and (UTT are the keynote of an orig%  ) >kit written by two of Mitop women community wrkers. ami Ix-ing prepared for tbcarsals this week. mix up for the second time. Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens and Mrs Charles E. Gottlieb have authorized a unique dramatic presentation which will appear high on the program of the second annual women's educational conference sponsored by the WomIWw leaving for Israel, Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens (left), edujorton chauman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Waawj's Division, collaborated with Mrs. Charles E. Gott|W in the writing of a dramatic skit to be presented at the Ntoaebleau hotel on Thursday. Nov. 30. to-Opening Stmday, Nov. 30th, at 5 o'clock Harlcnist Dairy Restaurant 1 'ttrni ****** ThookuWiif Doy/ Nov. 24th, ol 5 o'clock TWHIIT Kaahc** Retiiauranf m vn *-23rJ Street rot RESERVATIONS Tfcr 'y A*tkTmik-rrl^nftt—r~t h Afll BoicY PAR # BCEUENCE •Hsk, tlSTAURANT FIANCAIS 474 41| TBIIT, RLfl. Jl 4-177B en's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The all-day function will start at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30. in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. Members and representatives of some 5 r leading women's organizations are expected to be on hand to participate. Mrs. Stevens, who is currently touring Israel and the Middle East as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Study Mission, is expected to submit a firsthand report on the current Israel crisis upon her return to Miami. Arrangements are being made to accommodate approximately 800 women for luncheon at the bin affair, according to Mrs. Samuel Marks and Mrs. Murray Shaw, attendance co-chairmen. Although participants in the Stevens-Gottlieb skit have not as yet been disclosed, advance reports indicate that a Miami husband and wife team, nationallv known for their long-time record of communal service, will be the principal characters. The original "across-the-breakfast-table" radio show is widely known by women's audiences from coast-to-coast. According to Mrs. Irving Lehrman, year-round Women's Division chairman, organizations have been requested to make early reservations to guarantee group seating in the Grand Ballroob. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will preside at the conference as chairman of the day. The conference aims to unify the women of Greater Miami into a strong, well-informed group and to encourage wider participation in the service programs and welfare work directed by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, program coordinator of the all-day event, ha* named Mrs. Leo Acker BUB. Mrs. Moe Feinold end Mrs. Max Weiti to serve with the program committee. Named to serve on the decorations and exhibits committee are Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Morris Honigbaum and GOOD NEWS FOR MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH PREMIERE OPENING THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 24th at 2 p.m. THE PEER Of KOSHfK RESTAURANTS 940 71st Street Miami Beach Opposite the fountain (Normandy Isle) FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE SERVING THE FINEST .". 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tayish EloridBiaip Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 29—Number 46 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 18, 1955 Price 20tf id. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith .presents aanization's highest award, the B'nai B'rith President's I for Humanitarianism and Public Service, to Solicitor jjl Simon E. Sobeloff while Attorney General Herbert bell, Jr.. and Chief Justice Earl Warren look on. m GREE TINGS VIA TELEGRAM Iminisfration Supports Sobeloff for Post Again Arab Envoy in Washington Hits U.S. Jewry at Democrat Parley; Leaders in Red-Cheek Excuses WASHINGTON (JTA) Arabdiplomatic representatives in Washington Initiated a violent campaign Wednesday against American Jewry and against 1rael's Foreign Minister Uoshe Sharett. who is now visiting the United States, The F.gyptian Embassy was reported Wednesday to have sent a communication to the State Department asking the United States Government to "prevent" Mr. Sharett's "interference in interns' American EBAN PR ESENTS UST TO HOOVER Weakness Invites Sharp Attack, IHoshe Sharett Warns Miami Bonds of Israel Dinner Audience Israel Foreign Minister .Moshc Sharett arrived Wednesday, 2:45 in the brael bond campaign in this gf S'JESf !" ^"T ?? J" !" ?" 1 *£ !?*!£, Mini>l ?v *** Second Premier of the Jewish State, who was here to address a Dinner of Slate in his honor sponsored by local Trustees of Israel, landed some 45 minutes late. InNGTON Attorney General Herbert Brownell. Jr.. threw itra'ion support behind the nomination of Solicitor General ;Sob<: ( Of the Fourth ( ircuit Court of Appeals at Hindered h J Lh B'nai B'rith board of governors in honor I Sobeloff. country. At the sumo time. Syrian Ambassador Farid Zeineddine strongly attacked American Jews, asserting that they ere not really Semites, but for the most part di scendants of Russian Slavs who ....... ...... ^,M. U ... B ~.v...„.., >, had embraced Judaism. He revivleloff Philip M. Klutznick, world president of B'nai B'rith.led the Nazi racial theory on Jews the guest of honor with the B'nai B'rith President's Medal in the course of I speech delivered mitariaiiism and Public Service, the highest award ol the before the Women's National DcmI. • % % %  %  atie Club here ill. print speaker at the dinner which concluded the fhe anti-Jewish address l,y the 1955 annual meeting Of the board Syrian Ambassador cmharr. of governors, said that, in nomitno administration of the flub to nating Simon Sobeloff as Appeals ., ,„„,„ wnerc a Democratic -P" Court Judge, -President Kisenhow man [und it necessary to declare 1 er has selected a man wh i is —The Soviet Minister Moshe! Simultaneous with Mr. Sharetl's %  **"? v "." .'" "' ~ j ,"' arrival in Miami. Ambassador Ab,U member*. Ibe spokesman pointSharett with attempting to underWashington presented ed out that the ( lub has also inmine Israels existence by supplyhim and my best wishes to all who on Nov. 8 will honor him for tion of land." ea out tnai uie IUIU nu BIMJ ><•mine unwi oumnw uj Buytn?[m-bert Dover Ir acting A telegram irom President Bisrited Israel Ambassador Abba ing arms to Egypt. At the same s ()f 5,^. with a p ro p 0s ed' IVNPW AYC enhower expressed his gratificaEban to speak and that he has time. Mr. Sharett emphasized that <)f ^ irement IJI1CIT sAlJ Il(l! that tnis year > s B'nai B'rith accepted the invitation a;nl Will contrary to reports In the foreign pur chasc here awnrt will be given to Judge Simon speak on Jan. 30. press, Israel docs not contemplate E. Sobeloff. Please extend my The Syrian Ambassador said that a "preventive war." Hundreds ol dignitaries and Iwgrin personal congratulations to an American security pact with IsThe Israel Foreign Minister.civic leaders Wednesday nigm rael would create a situation of ma de these statements in a nationheard Mr. Sharett lash out against •American youth fighting against wide television interview .before the daneerous imbalance of power Vrab youth in great bloodshed." leaving for Miami. He was critiin the Near Las Addressing the He charge! that Jews are trying C al of (he suggestion for "comproDinner of State. Mr. Sharett. speakto incite \rabs and Americans mise ,n the Israel-Egyptian boun ing for his government, said that TL. i-eriA\..j. .urector ol "" > "" >> %  "" .\' ,a "'\ ": w ., ., ,,,u nr fl>r h eir own ,iari< nronosed bv Sir Anthony "more than any feats of military %  temational Affairs DepartGlenn Beail. also hailed the Bnai again* each other for the._o ^ l^g* !" ," nis t er and valor, we pride ourselves in the let I ';"' ttf ?r2J 3Ward t0 H JUd8e ^ r ^^orkTrSimeSna ft the l^J^iSSXSm —clous advances of our condeclared here Wednesday. Before a gathering of 700 per" !" proposal by Adlai Stevenson thai struction. in our peaceful conquest Hnmg addressed the clossons, Klutznick praised the public Jews ni '_ n, Mlfl hoiit a United Nations international of the desert and in the achievcr*k ol the two day meet-: career of Mr. Sobeloff. who served Declaring that Jews throughout a i nneci F the administrative and ex[ as U.S. Attorney for Maryland. City r n timid on Pagt 10 A Continued on P9 10 A pe committee, oi the Amer-1 Solicitor of Baltimore and Chief v on ^L_ [Mbh Congress which con Justice of the Maryland Court of oiiaiiCU At CQfWMl—WHOEVER HE IS 1 here over the weekend Appeals before becoming Solicitor g(/T U J'$ BE SURE TO PUNISH AGGRtSSOK-W MM **"*_ %  Moscow (aim alignment. General of the United States. He declared, p' YORK I \ The con[ in French Morocco "reprc'only one front in a war be(fomented throughout North • and the Middle Fast" by W^iroAxi., which has hls outstanding public service. in preparation.'' Dr. I OOT. McKeldin. in a letter read tL frrlzwug, director Of! for nirn bv Maryland Senator J. Continued on Page 3 A revealed itself j presented bim with the B'nai 'itn the projected sale B'rith President's Medal for Humanitarianism and stressed the importance of Judge Sobeloff s contribution as a public servant and ammunist arms to Egypt" been evident "for many As in French Morocco, parfy in the form of inces. incitement by Radio Cairo Mdio Budapest." Nity Vowed the Jews IJTA)-A pledge of comfrty and equality for the %  M orocco ;|S madc by (ne "'Mated Sultan Sidi Mo,. %  *" VoiisMf to a World J^Jfess delegation at a ?ne.d a> at the Sultan's "ear her The Sultan's • **> made to A. L. EasPolitical director ^JJ; Hiegner, director of Jj* Geneva office. ^ Un referred to the Nari lof France during World ^"^ on P i9 10A France Confirms New Arms Deal With Egypt Continued on P9 10 A PARIS (JTA)-A spokesman for the French Foreign Office confirmed Wednesday that France will resume munitions shipments to Egypt because Cairo ,,'radio broadcasts have eased attacks on France and the North African situation is returning to normal. In Rome, it was announced that Italy would refuse export licenses for 30 Vampire jet fighter planes which Egypt has ordered from a private Italian manufacturer. A report from Geneva last weekend said that the Western Big Three foreign ministers, during a meeting there, had decided to impose diplomatic, economic and some military sanctions, backed by air and naval blockade, if necessary, against a Middle East aggressor. HE MERELY SUGGEST EDJ ^COMPROMISE OH BORDER PROBLEMS Britain Says Eden Proposal Misunderstood Sir Anthony Hen what M m**' *• LONDON (JTA)-The sharp criticism evoked by Prime Minister Sir Anthony F.den's proposal advoS Z • modification of Israels borders and expressh, readiness to act as mediator between the v7.h \, I on that basis, brought an indication W^iesdav from o tt ,c,al eneles here that the pro^JZjSSStmnim Mincer was only proposing a compromise between the borders set by KTuSd Nations resolutions of 1947 and those established under the 1949 armistice pacts and that the proposal envisaged "concessions on both sides." At the same time, it was emphasized that "there would be no question of large transfers of territory such as would be necessary if the 1947 resolutions were enforced, though more would be involved than 'minor mutual adjustments' which Foreign Minister Sharett implied in New York were all the Israel Government could contemplate."



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memb er 18, 1955 +Jeif>htl*rMin r) ji i Page 11 A to Tight, seated, are Mrs. Alexander s, chairman of Conference project; A. Frank Wellins. chairman of the Mrs. Winifred Brown, Jewish Family case worker; Maxwell Fassler, Jewlily Service case supervisor. StandDr. Ste phen A. Wright, director of Ion Elected for i-Year Term As lue's Director 63rd annual convention United States Savings and a£ue held in Miami Beach, it: I.I 11, Joseph M. Lipbdenl of Dade Federal Savr,d Loan Association of Mian has alto served as chairDd vice chairman of the U.S. ft advertising and new bust leveiopmcr.t committee, and i pail president of the Flor}iings and Loan League. I.fjderal has had phenomcrlnce organization a litr21 years ago. Today, with • of more than 84 million land reservi i \iceding fr%e dollars, it has taken its i the nation's 30 lar%  B* nations. There are 6.000 savings and loan mons in the United States [these over 1.600 are Feder: saving and loan business (country is now a 35 billion I industry. Child Guidance Clinic, and Emanuel Tropp, as S1 stant director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. They were participants Friday in a conference of Jewish Women s Organization discussion Friday on child care facilities here. Monroe Gelb, chairman of the annual Thanksgiving eve dance of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is seen selling the first block of tickets to Stuart Winston, chairman of the Branch planning council, while co-chairman Angel Ross looks on. Dance is slated for Wednesday eve, Nov. 23. MUSIC STUDIO 0WAN THEORY llice, M.M i>i.in-thrnry Yin Horn, M.M. piano-organ nn.n furni, i ly with % %  aCoMjrvatiirj of Musi."• Hit. Tarrece, Ph. J-2472 'ol AM .\ t ... c Advani lineal Thanksgiving Fete At Miami Branch years ago are reserving tables for the event. acCoirrinff to Gelb and Ro.ss. Members of the planning I committee include Mr. and Mrs. j Gelb. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Winston, ; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wekslcr, Mr. Traditional Thanksgiving dance, and Mrs Mllton Spoo i_ Mr and of the Town Branch. Greater MiMrs Harry K leinman. Esther Giaami Jewish Community Center, sian Mrs Ruth Spivack Abe Cut will take place Wednesday night. ler Jerry Ro thbard, Sam BellinNov. 23. it was announced by Monroe Gelb, chairman, and Angel Ross, co-chairman. Many of the "old timers" who have participated in these affairs jening Wednesday, Nov. 23rd LAGOON RESTAURANT STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD W Sunny Isle Boulevard (163rd St. Causeway) UNDER DRAWBRIDGE INLAND WATERWAY Dock Soece Om for Beat Forties ,! 5 '• 11 SUNDAY 1 te ft PHONE 816-6661 koff and Henry Garison. According to Israel Silver, branch supervisor, large numbers of the newer members of the Center, who have had their children enrolled in the nursery school and day camp programs, are reserving sections of the auditorium, which is being set up in cabaret style. NOTICE UNI LEGAL NOTICE OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW >•<' i '.. I .! % %  I i | %  7-L £ :"',". AV AHAhTMKNTS ."'. '"''!' Normandy Isle, Miami h M... Intend to said < • %  "<< inty, Floi ANNA i: HAGR1KANT and MARTHA FABRICANT V Joii t'Tenants, with ,,,-,.. '" Survivorship MYER.HKIMAN %  KAPLAN %  B for Aiipii. i 8-i0 s, I„,I,I Building 23 12 2-9 th Right NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW >.< .in -i: is HEREBY GIVEN thai [hi ind< reigned, desiring t„ v"i-,'.", s ,". Ii 1 "' ""' rictltioua name ol •>-', V!"' l : SK BARBER SHOP, at iii Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida mt.mis to register sni.i name with th. clerk ..i the Circuit Court "i Dade County, hlorida .1 ,>,.-^.; ;N, 1I;KKI; ,KK NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ig HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrtna to engagi I i business under the rictltioua name of BEACH AUTO RENTAL, al IT25 \lton Rd Miami Beach. Fla., Intenda to region i wii.i name with the Clerk or the Circuit Courl of Dade" County. i II Ida. MORRIS KLEIN (Sola Owner) II |g.25 — 12 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is BERERY <;i\ i-:x thai W to < nga mdi i the fictitious names -.f BA.Nm OF MIAMI: BANDY OF FLORIDA; SANDY FASHIONS S \h.\ V p VSHIONfa >.|. Ml \M| s.WLV KASHIO.NH OP FLORIDA •'" Ml ida to register '"' na n. clerk of ill fourl ..i |..,.!. County, Flo .SHERRY M INI FACTCRING CO. I'll PARDO Seybnld Bldg .mt -". —IS %  NOT ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the anderalgned, desiring to engage In business under the rictltioua nam.of Til. I.IK S AI'TS at 341 S.W I'th SI.. i to reglat. r said M.IIHa Ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade County, Florida. MAX KLEIN Til. I. II-: KLEIN KESSLER a GARB Attorney a for Appllcanta 178] W. FlagJer St. ii 18-35 — II 1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of HOLIDAY HOUSE, at 4111 N.*MIaml Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intenda to .i s.ii.i name with 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court of HuhCounty. Florida. s A M BUILDERS, INC. BEYMOUR B I.IKI'.MAN Attorney for 9 A.M Builders, Inc. 11/18-25 — 12. 2 -9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engi business under the rictltioua name of i:\V.\IONHS KAMI. IS STEAK HOUSE .<.COCKTAIL LOUNGE, at III1C Blscasne Blvd., N .Miami, intend to reglater aald name with the Clerk < %  ( the Circuit Court -.r Dade County. 1 la. HERBERT SCHNEIDER CHARLES R< ISENBERG KES8LER .s GARB v.:..inej foi Appllcanta 1782 w hlagl. i st. %  i I8-J3 — v: -'- MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL HOME OF THE FAMOUS • Just 3 minutes from New York City's Grand Central Terminal and conveniently near to the Fifth Avenue shopping district, the Lexington is centrally located. Its 891 outside, rooms or* all equipped with combination tub and shower bath, circulating ice wofer, full-length mirror, 4-station radio. Television. ,"Ntw York's Friendly Hotel'' Near the United Nations LEXINGTON Nil AT m ST, N.T.C \J) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN the-undersigned, desiring to engai bus na under the fictitious name e. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona I Ing Claima or Demand! Against Eatate: You, a nd • a. b "f *hu aw hi notified and required i" preaeni any claima and demanda which you, either <>f you, ma; have against i le • %  •< ISRAEL LINETZKY, i late of Middlesex County, N. %  Jersey, i" the Honorable Co Judge* of Dade County, and fill vain.in their offices In thi Co Courthouse In Dade County, Flo within • %  itrtu calendar montha Iron .int. ..f the fii-Ht publication I" sai.i claima "i demanda to %  %  the legal addri %  ..f the claimant and t.> i„aworn i.> ami presented aa al said, or aamc will be barred. s,. lion 78S.16 of the IMS' Probate Ai t. IatNovember 11, 19 £ MARGARET KLEIMER JACK LINET Aa Admlnlatratora of the Eatate of ISRAEL LINETZKY, i •.bed. MILTON A FRIEDMAN At tot net' fur Admlnlatratora II IK-2.-. — 12/2-9 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PI ENTH SHALL COME, GREETU Whi s. IL Gl ILDMAN, Ml \Ml I:I: \. %  •!. I'l.. IRH %  \ GEORGE .1. TAI.IW'H I-. \ll \Mi BEACH, l-'i.i IR] i ROSALIND 8UTTA, Ml \.Ml BEACH, FLOR1I .i.i on the Bth da] of I" %  • mbi r, .\ i. 195 1, be in. %  %  : poraU -i und r the i'isi.ii -. MARK ALAN C< IRP., %  < |I,,I ali.ii, with its inii ;;.:.! plai IKIMIH..I Miami Beach, Dade Co i\. in HiState of.Florida, and wh. aa the proper offlcera ..f auoh il HI did on the 9th da) ol vember, A.D. in the offl a %  il iii. Ke. i etarj i I • >f Th>State of Florida, .. duly autl tli a ted i esotut Ion adopted atockholdera under the provisions aald Chaptei 198, Florida Btal -in. wine tindissolution ..f inch poratlon. Now, therefore, the Secretary of Btate does hefebi rertify %  > the f K>..IIK and thai he ia satisfied I %  MI, nis nf law have been %  plied w ith. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto net my 1 and haw affixed th.<;i-a!. Seal of the State of Floi at Tallahasacc. the Capital, this the ninth da) of N.i' bar,, A 11 1955, R, A. GRAY. Becretary of state. tSEAL) II IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBV OIVEN th,t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ri.-titioup name BAYSHORE INVESTMENT CO., at inn i: hi Lido Drive, Miami BeaHi. Florida, int.-n.l t.i register said name with the Clark ..f the Circuit L' of l>ade County, Florida. JOSEPH WILLIAMSON MELVIN GOLDSTROM RI'TH W. 'I' H.IiSIH. '.\i 11 1-11-18-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I the undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fi.-tltious nam. GOLDSTROM INVESTMENT CO.. at 100 l-:. Iii Lido Drive, Miami Be Florida, Inti n i to n giater Bald n Ith the f.nerit of the Cln nit I' o| bade '..iint.v Floi Ida MELVIN GOLDSTRI l RUTH tf. Q> iLDSTRI 11/4-11-18 23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN th.. undersigned, desiring to ngmg busini aa undei the fi. titloua nan Vi HI: l LORIDA GUIDE, at Northeast I24tli Btreet, North Mia Florida, Intenda to i eglatei said I with the Clerk of the Circuit I of Dade .''.nun. Florida .I. i| IN Tl L< MEi >. Sole '' Vl iN BAM FT AND KRAVITS Attorneya foi John Tolomeo Becurlt) Building 11/11 -18-25 — 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBV GIVEN the undei signed, desiring t.i enga bualnesa under the rictltioua JOSEPH CULIJSN. at J810 N.W st., Miami, intenda to retriat. with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ..I Dade County, Floi MAURICE CnllKN Il 1-U-18-1B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thif the undersigned, .U-slrlng t.> l,n.-iii. under the fictitloua nan K >' P V'KA'iK STORE, .HIN-W %  lal A*nue, Miami. Florida. Int. i., register sni.i name with the i of the iii.uit Court of I'a'le County, ''" CHABLES M K.'ii.iN MARK SILVBRSTEIN, Attv 420 Lincoln K..a.l. Miami Beach, na. 10/2S — 11/4-11-18



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Page 14 B vJewistincrtdUan RAViR U0RRW1TZ — i J ^--i 9-. Soviets Finally Achieve an Historic Dream The past week ha • been %  critical one for the i N The IsraelEgyptian encounter at El Au having Lakes place jnst as i Gen E L. v. I'.m-ns was concluding a series M talks here at we 1 i N with repreaentatires <>i ail the parties concerned threw the world organization off its axis. M to speak. Interestingly, this time neither the Egyptians nor the Israelis paid much attention to the i N Vbba Eban, back from Gei. did not hother rushing over to this Bast Kiver Capital. Instead, he held a press confer' ence at his delegation offia East Tilth -i Similarly. Atvl.l Khali! Hassouna, Secretary-Gen eral of the Arah League, met m wsmen at t h a Pierre h Both explained the situation aa thej had received it from th. lr home governments. All this action coupled with ptian disregard oi UN authorit) on the Palestine -erne, greatly worried officials here Mr. Hammarakjold, fulls informed of the situation by his visiting medi ator. Maj.-Gen. Burns, was fol to intervene In a personal effort IVeil an all cut Middle I [ration. Gravelj con, %  • i ned 1.1 u nl Israel and i ils aimed at rest order m the strategic Sinai PenV ninsuia \eev danger aone. ara wonder whj it took the State Department offi ciali under Dulles so long t<> see what was happening right under their noasa Last week. Thomas E Dewey, returning from a trip around the world and a viiH to Israel iaaued a strong warning His report, given al a ZOA dinner m his honor did not make any headlines The New York Times and the Tribune ran the story on an inside page Vet for American ami the live world it constituted. III the opinion of this corresp the most important declare t ion o( II le it should have mate I from I he w hit* House •it seems incredible," the former New York Governor stated, "thai there should be people who determined thai Israel shall lenied peace The abrupt i trance oi the Soviet Union into the Middle Ka-t ipTOfOUndl) disturbing to all people oi good will everywhere in the world It i> a direet violation of all the pledgea given by the Soviet mill Geneva To understand this cynical oi the Middle i i Dewej went on, "we tO look at the pieture as whole. For centuries the Czar* and their modem successors have held as a major objective the achievement of a warm water port, a foothold on the shareoi the Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf. In other centuries violent attempts were made to achieve this objective and they were defeated, it is said that the honeymoon be t ween Hitler and Stalin finally split on the roeks JUDAISM FOR THE MODERN AGE. By n oK ^^ York; Farrar. Straus and Cudahy. $4.50/ di| Bv HILARY MINDLIN MS, professor t| th ary and Columbia University, has written IS, professor ; „ thp ^ ^ hook on the problems facing Jews and Judaism^ the Tercentenary which seems to have sparked jettl'S I hope, continue to do so, "Judaism For the Modern A %  11, Russian ambitions in the Med and careful, with this difference: Dr Gordis look h continued, "have decided that better to look forward, and his concern 1lot ah' continue!, "have decided that this |a the time to smile, to get the world to relax so that they %  dvaOCfl their brilliant scheme for internal subversion, unic penetration and social and cultural conquest." future rather than the preservation in glee. RORIS SMOLAR — This War Will be Different There is no war panic in Israel at present, but there i> a %  I deal of anxiety and determination. Members ol the government tell you that war can break out within three months, three weeks, or three days. They hope for the best, but they feel that the country must be prepared for the worst. Since Israel will not be the country which declares the war. they really do not know when war will be forced upon them. However, they consider it their duty to keep the people on the alert to the imminence of war. The average man on the street is very well aware that should war break out. it will be far from the same as the War of Liberation This time it will be a war of destruction and annihilation since Egypt is being provided j with bombers, jets and other I modern arms by the Communist I countries. The average Israeli is also aware that Iraq. too. is well pro-1 vided with modern arms by the 1 United States and that Jordan is being equipped by Britain with' the same types of weapons. 1 Hence, an Arab-Israel war today would not be of the same primitive nature as the one of 1948. Nevertheless, the people of Israel go about their daily work as usual with the determination to fight if fighting becomes necessary. This determination is express ed in the spontaneous mass contributions to Israel's Defense Fund now being made by rich and poor, adults and children. factory owners and factory workers The nation is united behind the government in any emergency call for a total war. Some are of tre opinion that Egypt—the strongest of the Arab countries—j would not dare to provoke a war with Israel. Prmt of pas, g | 0r £ The first step in confronting the problem of the Je heritage going back over five thousand years, nev lT tb*l^ and participate in today's world, is one of definition ii) a rcliRion. a nation, a group made cohesive by 'cultural? The author finds that "the only term sufficiently old Biblical word 'am. meaning a people' >fiinwv] Thomas f. Dewey ... the union dtiign NATHAN 1 iritis — New Book Appraises ACJ "Strangers to Glory," as Chaim Lieberman so aptly calls his appraisal of the American Council for Judaism, just published by the Rainbow Press, is a devastating piece on the fear-possessed Judaistic Jews whose great obsession is always to find an excuse for proclaiming their Americanism, as if no one believed them. Those gentlemen who tease the dog of anti-Semitism upon us just because we are not brethren either in religion or semantics with them preach a credo that is a menace to the Jewish community and whose exposure therefore is a mitzvah in the true sense of the word. A new heresy has been added to our political lexicon—questioning of the spirit of Geneva. If what is happening in MIX WOMI: — Bowling is Their Main Dish The extent to which bowling has become an important national sport can be seen in the bowling program of B'nai B'rith In fact, B'nai B'rith has developed its bowling activities to such an extent that the organization now looks to the bowling teams to help in fund raising activities. An announcement from B'nai B'rith headquarters in Washington says that the National B'nai B'rith Bowling Association will raise $50,000 to equip conference and meeting rooms in the new B'nai B'rith exhibit building in the nation's capital. The number of individuals and teams involved in the B'nai B'rith bowling competition is far greater than many who have not been keeping close tabs on the sport will expect. A B'nai B'rith spokesman told this columnist that there are more than 12,000 persons involved in some 2.300 teams located in 68 cities and 21 states throughout the country. That's a lot of b o w 1 i n g in anybody's league. It was in 1938 that the first B'nai B'rith bowling tournament was held in Toledo. O., with some 50 teams taking part. The next year the National B'nai B'rith Bowling Association (NBBBA) was established. During World War II there were no tournaments held, but the Middle East, where the gloved gentlemen of the new Kremlin are stretching out their evil designs, is a sign of that spirit we had better start looking around for comfort elsewhere. "Jews the world over differ in social outlook, politic*. economic status, and religious attitude Yet the ovenvh are conscious of the fact that they are members of one 1 a common history' and a sense of kinship inherited fromthei mon tradition and way of life in the present, and a conn and hope for themselves and for the world in the future.' On this definition Dr. Gordis bases much of his sub and proposed plans for continued living and contributi*.?! uniqueness of Israel which constitutes the secret of iu su past, and which is the only sure basis for its life in the fun SEEING THE American Jewish community, for iu| "religio-cultural-ethnic group" assures both its permanencei in the country. A discussion of the Jewish religious tradition is the I step. Let me not offend any reader by saying that Dr. Ga Conservative Judaism—for a gradual and natural adjust rather than a rigid or radical system—is exceptionally "Our fundamental approach has been the conviction thati ism is firmly rooted in the past and yet is responsive to thel the present is there any hope for its future." The question! ity looms here, and is not answered by more than a "Catholic Israel," those 'individuals who are sincerely con who accept the authority of the Law. Of course, the pri worked fairly well so far. Directly out of her tradition rise the contributions wh caa make to modern civilization. "To accept the natural and I it is the goal of Jewish tradition"—that is one area. Or th implications of Judaism's insistencethat "ethical living rat credal adherence is the criterion for salvation." And of tbe| conception of the "moralization" of national loyalties—not th ation, in which so much would be lost, but their P* rs,steDW in essence and moral in function"—there is one group whi embodies the vision already, and that is the Jews. I sincerely urge this book to your attention, to put it archaically and rathar bluntly. Read it. Argue about it program advanced here needs conscious participation, an the rank and file of Jewry started to do some of th eir owa If If TO V FRiEDMAN — Much Advice Continues to Flow as UsiM Israel is short of munitions. But there is no shortage of "aitzeh." An "aitzeh." of course, is a suggestion—usually a bit of unsolicited advice. If mouths could shoot like guns ... If water flowed through the Negev desert like "aitxehs" flow into the Embassy of Israel ... If a coin fell into a JNF box every time an "aitzeh" fell on the eardrums of an Israel diplomat. A recent "aitzeh" took note of the State Department's failure to reply to Israel's urgent appeal for arms to counterbalance Soviet bloc munitions arriving in Egypt It was suggested that Israel's new film "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer" be followed by a sequel: "The State Department Doesn't*Answer." On Halloween the embassy was given an "aitzeh" that Israelis play "trick or treat" at the Defense Department. Old munitions might be given away. During periods of crisis, "aitzehs" increase. The embassy is advised to launch preventive war; refrain from preventive war; be more aggressive; be less aggressive. To dramatize the Egyptian arms deal with the Communists, it was suggested that Israel appoint a "Committee on In-Middle ities" to subpoena Egyptian Premier^ Sometimes people seek aitzeiis bassy. An inventor wanted to *"?* Israelis in purchasing his J**"* chine." The machine was described as one 1 maticaUy picked chickens ..„,,, Some "big givers" provide theI>ra with many "aitzehs." The ones; th ej best are those that provide helpful jui* Israel should conduct its < f om 9 f Jer are filed in the Foreign Office at Jer the heading "policy aitzehs The State Department s m ?"" e p s r P "aitzehs." Henry A. Byroade. forme retary of State, is rerne mbered^ Byroade. now U.S. Ambassador EgJ^ a speech containing al,z f* JL 10 n, Arabs alike. Israel was i^^Z&t sion of immigrants, etc. Today. B>J self in apparent need o some Jt mission in Egypt has not beentooj__ l>\\ III ART* — Some Statistics on Juvenile Delinquent Jewish families J** Jews, it seems, have a pretty good record as far as juvenile delinquency is concerned. According to ^rzrsn,"i£S -55 fa* r t,ce "" h N < w York c urt f the sport has gained so much in dornestlc relations. Catholics in New York accounted popularity that the tournaments j for 5 Percent of the juvenile delinquency. Proteshad to be divided into sectionals, tants, 45 percent and Jews five percent While Jews The winner of each section then! constitute 30 percent of the population of New York plays in national competition. In i City, they account for only five percent of the dethe last competition, regional linquency S?w TLrL? Cl rJ n ^i An -?L hy £ the Jewish record better? Authorities vi bT anH r!n n^ L U S ^ y X V ,he rMson for the ood '* condition is ville and Kansas City. the absence of alcolohism and the lower desertion and divorce rates in linquentU largely the product of • There are those who say vm large juvenile delinquency 1 whipped any more. We as in times of yore. ^t,: 1 •" *srSoap? 1 that cbiW should sppD' lh paretU' would be wrong to way "7 ~ te whip the P^ "f^beS* whip the parents either. Mayo* be •entirely blamed. Maybe they are a disturbed situation. ic-ademic lile.' iMeaOtf



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18, 19S5 Lovely Brides Ring Out OW'And MHr*4Btese Loveiy uneres () | )t c Schcinicj* Becomes Mrs. H*R().sc'i)l)erM in Noon Wedding Kites "[„ srhprnicr's name sister-in-law, Mrs. Murray Rosen. N Lbee Schrrmo to s wedding Love hing" amid G. rites Sun,.(l suite of nebleau hotel. Rabbi rm an and Rabbi Isaac is the daughter of the ill.am Sehermers. 1611 The groom i> the son |a RosenlHiu. 6610 Indr. [theweddmi! was Splendored irhtte roses marriage by her par. chose a lormal gown white peau de soie gred portrait neckI jn aleiKen lace and i long sleeves taper, ,A chapel sweep from the basque crowning tiara jewi of iridescent jewels the veil <>f import\ illusion. of honor was the bride's Given Away ,'itans in lrne Wedding iroje Leviton, daughter fUrs. Daniel Leviton, 513 on blvd Coral Gables, bride of Walter B. today, Nov. 6. Bipg ceremony was held lelborne hotel Rabbi Y. officiated The bride in marriage by her rig is the son of Mr. and ITraurig.2131 SW I5th wore a floor-length ntilly lace with fingerHer headpiece was a She carried a white with sprays of liliesand white orchids. .Leviton was her sisI of honor. She was dressand carried a bouquet lations. Mrs Jacquelyn groom's sister-in-law, of honor She wore |carried blue tarnations. Traung was best man brother. Ushers were wrig, another brother, okin. MarslKdl Bernard iLowe. tion'and wedding dinner Mertremony is sccretary-treasurig Insurance Agency, b*r of the Knights of to bride attended Miami School and is a '55 N the Jackson Memorial rNunnin. honeymoon in Nassau, '•ill make their home in "nploymeiit Service WOSJfBEPIG. Owrwr rray Rosen berg. Best men were Milton Harold Schermer, brother of the bride, and Murray Rosenberg, brother of the groom. The bride carried white orchids over her confirmation Bible, with rippling pink sweetheart roses and white rosebuds. Newly wed Mrs. Rosenberg is a cum laude graduate of the University of Miami and received her Bachelor's degree in public relations. She is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta honorary, Delta Theta Mu, Gamma Alpha Chi and was on the dean^.list Variety Children's Hospital,. Miami Beach League of Women Voters, Mt. Sinai Auxiliary and Temple Emanu-El Junior League are he/ main interests. She was editor of the Greater Miami Tourists Trade Index conducted by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research The groom is owner of the new Princess Margaret hotel apartments. He is a member of Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Apartment House Association and Bayshore Exchange Club. He owned a>. lingerie manufacturing I firm in T*W York City before moving here. He is active at the Hebrew Academy and was amorrg organizers of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Following a wedding trip to Acapulco and Mexico City, the couple will be at home at 6610 North Bay rd. after completion of the con-! struetion of their home. Guests at the we^dtr*! .included Miami Mayor and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. Bay Harbor Islands Mayor and Mrs. Shepard Broad, Councilman and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and the Rosenberg family from New York, including Aaron Rosenberg whose son, Darryl Richard, is adolescent lead in the Broadway production, "Room Full of Roses." ,, n i New Port, Kelton Will Live on Miami Beach In a 6:30 p.m. double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, No\ 6, at the Flamingo rasraurant Misl Ruth Lillian Port, of 1618 Michigan ave., became the bride of Paur Kelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Kellon, Havana, Cuba. The bride's parents are Mr. ami Mrs. Kay Port, 5014 North Kimball ave., Chicago, 111. Rabbi Henry Wcrnick officiated. Best man was Aaron Kelton. brother of the groom from Havana. Usher was Milton Port, brother of the bride. Maid of honor was Lucia Weinstein of Havana. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and selectei a ballerina-length gown of white peau de soie which featured elbov. length crushed sleeves, V neckline and a full flared skirt. The bride is a graduate of Lake View High School in Chicago and Metropolitan Business College. The groom is a graduate of Havana High School and attended the (American College in Havana. The couple flew to Nassau for their honeymoon. Upon their return, they will live at 1618 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Afri. Walltr B. Trovrig Mrs. frwfci aNrffa/ Adrienn^JSilyerptein Weds Mr. Raff el in Double Ring Rites In a 2 p.m. double ring teremony at Rabbi Joseph Narot's study Nov. 6, Miss Rhone Adrienne Silverstein, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Silverstein, Baltimore, Md., became the bride of Irwin Bernard honeymoon, iri Mexico City and Raffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney | upon {heir.returh will make their Raffel. 5411 Alton rd., Miami Joint Fashion Show Scheduled Miami and Miami.-Beatb Units of Junior Hadassah will hoW jointly a fashion show to close off their j Camillas on her Bible. Beach. Best man was Harvey Cutler. Maid of honor Gloria Silverstein, sister of the bride. The bride selected a delicate pink imported chantilly lace ballerina-length gown with fitted bodice, bouffant skirt and scoop neckline. Peau de soie bow was on the side of her dress. She carried pink home at 105 North Shore dr., Miami Beach. Reception and dinner was held at the Algiers hotel. Tuesday Review Slates Three Books Tuesday review of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah will meet Nov. 22 at the Roosevelt theater. Mrs. Donald Murray, book review coordinator, Wednesday said that the Tuesday review has been shifted from Hibiscus auditorium 'due to the overflow attendance at Ihe series opener." Mrs. t M. Weinstein. chapter reviewer, will deal with three boot* at the Tuesday session. These include "The Prophet," by Sholem Audi "A Lost Paradise." by'Samuel Chotzinoff; and "The Lat Temptation," by Joseph Viertel. Golf lessons Scheduled Russ Sobel, golf pro at Westview Country Club, will give golf lessoan at the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, beginning Tuesday, Nov. 29. Instruction will be geared for both the beginner and advanced golfer. %  j membership drive on Nov. 20 at the home of Bobbie and Harriet Freedman, 7301 SW 9th st., Miami. The girls will show the clothes worn in a week with an average Junior Hadassah 'gfrl. Girls will model their own clothes. Commentator will be .Miss .Roberta Fried berg. In chargeof. Rrrengaajents we Arlene Forstar aridiPtyliss Doshay. Miss Elaine Schwartzman the narrativewrote UAH A 0*PW HoWeey Mo reef Mower Shop fip|ii a nrml Service" Art with Hmri • Mri. iM *W. MHH*1 gMch. nm. **m Jl • S32J K IOVUU ton rot rut Nouoars RIDUCI NOW AT 4 4 4 4 W TOXE MASSAGE SALONS ••. C.ral 6*M# f vt*Jf • ay A**** ,, £* 4 •*wwt. •fcMM 13 1256 ; 0ft. The bride attended the University of Maryland and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Raffel is a graduate of Penn State, a member of Beta Sigma Rho fraternity and is the owner of Kay's Ladies Sportswear on Miami Beach. 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Page 8 A Israel Philharmonic Will Mark Twenty Years of Concerts vi^ittntridkui By DP. K. SALOMON, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra with the opening of the current on. the breel Philharmonic Orchestra enters the twentieth of concert programs. Compared with other leading orchestras iigheut the world, the brad Philharmonic may be regarded as ing," but viewed against the background oi riots, wars, border ion and the many problems h attended the birth of the state, it has led ;i miraculous tence, unique in historj < oncerts continued even during ferael War for Independence and Leonard Bernstein, who conducted the ensemble at that time. an interesting story to Illustrate why it had to continue At concert that he conducted in Jerusalem, where he had difficulty distinguishing his percussion in-, struments from artillery lire, he ed one man uh> the audience ingered life and limb, picking I their way over the rubble Of w.ir. in the street-, to attend the con I The answer was. "Its some-] thing we have to do —maybe it's because In the midst of seeing evi rything we built up over the | being shattered In bombs, the Or chestra represents the things we fighting for." H is %  great tribute to the Israel Ik that they have supported Orchestra through these years i i -lute all hardships and to the \: erican Fund for Israel Instituthat directed support lor the Orchestra from this country. A twenty-year span can develop c interesting [acts and figures • first com ert ot this season, on 1 i tober 5th, was number 3101 the inaugural concert conted bj Maestro Arturo Tooni, in 1936' In the lir>t two .ifrom Deeembar, i36 to DaSfe&mW; **$T*| MORTGAG! Ir ft YOU lOOKlMc %  *. """"' MOHTGAGE mvmiMl*] at 82-6414. w K i',S*. Bookkeeper Desire, Mai •, mature, % %  i """ore, **.:._. M.am-2.3337, gfe f*J CANTOR SEEKS PQS Congregation or ho„|, -^ Shornus, Mathgioth, etc |2 boo^eeping. C ..l (..^ A committee of civic leaders formulates plans for Temple Emanu-El Men's club dinner meeting to be held in the Temple Dining room on Monday, Nov. 21. Seated is Julius Jay Perlmutter. Left to right are Michael Sossin. Edward Newman, Allen Goldberg, president, Malvin Englander, Harold Rosen. Highlight of the evening will be guest speaker Congressman Dante Fascell, who will discuss the vital issues oi the day regarding Washington and Israel. Irving Cypen. Henry Cove and Benjamin Kline axe overall cochairmen of the affair. N "l> 1 DAY WEHn; Stenographer AHe hi Translate into $• Miw Feinktra, NsssJ [ •I Jewish Womet, 135 ItTwl the ensemble ua-plit into two."Ohel" Hall with a seating rapacity ; lini and Ferenc Fricsay. Among partone group touring neighborof 700— it was only in 1947 that the 'the soloists are violinists Yehudi inn landfor the Allied Forcemove was made to the 1.100 seat while the second group remained "Ohel Shem"), one subscription in Palestine. For some years now -cues in Haifa and one in Jeruthe >carl\ average has been 164 salem. Since the 1951-52 season. conceitalthough the number each regular subscription series reached 18(1 in the 195354 season habeen repeated seven times in and last year I8B, including the 43 concertgiven during the very lUCCessful Furopean tour. The Orchestra", ten rears ago.. had i subscription li-t of less than for the first time, concerts on a 5.000. but by 195152. BUSCfibers numbered 17.000. a figure which remains fairly con-tant. It was during the 1951 52 -ea-on that the "special subscription concerts' ber, 1938—188 concertuibout : were introduced to meet the ineach year) wore given; and durcreasing demand of the public. Ten roan ago. the Orchestra i who were wilh the Orchestra in the gave four repeats of each subwrip inau 8 ural season are still members World War II the annual everrose to 180 This sudden inMenuhin and Nathan Milstein: pianists Vronsky and Babin. Solomon. Shur Cherkassky. Geia Anda and Frank Pelleg: a violin and viola duo by David Gruenschlag and Oedocn Parto.-,; a violin and cello duo by Zwi Haftel and Baruch Oinzburg: bassoonist Mordechai Rechtman: and singers Maria Stader. Marianne Radev, Ernst Haefliger and Kim Borg. It is interesting to read in the report of the Orchestras 1037-38 season that "the Tel Aviv Municipality has donated a plot of land. pond of ,2 members but for the | adjacent to the site on which he past few years its number has been H ab.mah Theatre is being erected, increased to 83 31 of the musicians to ^ used b the orchestra for the ZTT^Z DIAL IS'ATt INVISTMIMTJ a UOITWal TOI N. MIAMI AW. fH. Mm! HAVI lUYHi-WAHT UJtWjl WHAT HAVt T0U TO SS\ Tel Aviv, twice in Haifa and once in Jerusalem. Subscribers in Jeru salem have increased from 500 m 1945 46 to over 1.500. This year. subscription basis are to be given in Petach Tikvah and Nathanya. During the first few years of its existence, the Orchestra was comie was created bj the fact that tion program in Tel Aviv (in the %  T t „. DR. CECIL B. COOK CHIROPRACTOR PHOHf 64-2333 lADT A$$ISTANT X Ray — Ultra-Sound — Blood Test "l£T M£ SNOW YOU HOW THE FACTION JABlf CAN HE IP rOU." Office Heart by Appointment 2905 N.W. 10th AVENUE 1 of the ensemble and it is interesting to note that over half of the violin section are veterans whereas the wind sections have seen several changes and none of the original bassoon pla\ers is left With in recent years replacements have by construction of a concert hall to be its permanent home." This new home is now becoming a reality not alone as a home for the Orchestra but as a center for many other vital cultural activities as well. The Tel Aviv Cultural (enter is being built by the Municipally of Tel Aviv and the American seat Complete Rodieltr Repoir Service with new "flO-TfJT Flo-Testing on th Flt.fl Machine diagnoui ailmtitteht vance. preventi "Road Fa) due to a plugged radnur. LENTINI'S RADIATOR SERVICE 452 N.W. 79th ST., MIAMI, Ph.ae 14-174$ been drawn mostly from young mu Fund; and |#J modern 3QQ0 sicians born or trained in Israel. aU(1 „ orium Wl „ ^ named in honor several of whom studied With the. of Kre ,, nc R Mann of Philadc ,. senior members of the Orchestra ; p hl Kun „ V1C president who is Women players scom to have donating $250,000 for its construe lost ground in The Orchestra There turn Wan eight in the first season, for _.. _V. „ BVe 0{ )( The glorious progress of the Or•""i todaj onlj three Tins would c i ra ,* er th *" ,w ,lec 1(h '" Indicate that fewer young women f a democratic nation" and a Israel's great cultural ; emissary It brought a message of hope and aspiration to the American people in the universal lanof music that expressed better than anything else what the I Israelis were, and are fighting to praaarvc and defend. $1 *ViCf TO TO* SATMMCTKW rk.it MIM H. OtfMkWiMT OPPEY'S AUTO KM GENERAL !PA$ All Mokes •' Can 160 $.W. lit STREET Gl ASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE W m tn *# m STORE FRONT fUm and WINDOW GLASS fwrnitoro To^s, BeveM Mirron an. eii/,erin t Out SpecMtf ||L. A G. UUiss ;iii others have performed with the Orchestra, through the offices Of the American Fund for Institution, and haw return td v.ith unanimous pr.u-e for the 1 Orehcsti., ;,nd the algh U\, mi.su appreeiation of the I public This pear h( ,,.,, pr(ls j M ( )us for the twentu-th season includes *• lollowmK conductors Knruiue Jorda. Manuel Rosenthal. George Mngar, Me Leinviorf, Paul Klet ^y. Georg Solti. c ar | Maria (;.uSem'ce • 0e/iirr • M*! PRESCRIPTION PNARAMCBTJI COMPUTE OINNEIJ WHERE THE H0MI K5 "1 HOTEL PHARMACY WCj UNCOIN I AllWt MIAMI IUCH Phone IE 1M25 Roof Lea -^ Call Victor I it • Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3540 N.W. 54th Sk Florida 1 Largeat Wholeaalr Manufacturer of Picture Frame*. 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Page 6B Ielstinr>r*1#vn Mrt. Jack fmrhtr Women Voters Air Problems at Homes Of Members Here Choice of items to recommend for the national program of the League will be discussed h> mem-' %  %  I the League of Women Vol ters i i Miami Beach at their unit; this week. The neighbor1 ".I discussion groups will alto • ke up the constitutional amendment for home rule in Dade i ontj Meeting was held al the home of Mrs D D< nald Smith, 1411 Lenoi Mi i %  • will be at %  < %  h ime ol Mrs Hal T Mi 64 Harding ave on Pridaj. No* i" a m and at the home ol Ml %  li I 3168 Prairie M laj. No\ 21. at l p MI tanong the Items so fat ; —i-in are a survej ol tional educational needs, a study IM %  di lation for oli oblems conservation laws, i nitNation* needs and the League's esenl national interests; support ton ign trade legislation and the \ i d 11 rogram Mrs N il el and MrJul lurce %  ain all units to present mentioned other suggestions by members for program topics will also be considered at lits. Auxiliary Party Proceeds for Home Third Annual "break the bank" tinch and card party of the %  ter Miami Women's Auxiliary. lewish Home for the Aged, will 6 held at the Algiers hotel on Wednesday, Nov. 23 Admission will be by the presentation of a bank containing five • ollars or more. Proceeds of the affair go to the Sidney Appcl Medical Fund of the Auxiliary, v. hich takes care of most of the r edical. dental and rehabilitation reeds of Senior Citizens at the Home. Mrs. Sol Silverman is president the Auxilary. Mrs Stella Gordon is chairman. Preparations in Full Swing for Annual Membership Fete Preparations are in full swing for the annual membership tea of the Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women of America to be held at the Di Lido hotel on Nov. 22 In making plans for this gala function of the year. Mrs. Jack Farber, membership chairman. Wed nesday issued an advance call to all women in the community "to affiliate with this organization "The national Mizrachi Women of America number over 50.000 members, and has taken the lead in developing a vast program of social services, in which* young and old are benefitted." Mrs. Farber said. Working on arrangements are Mrs. Farber, chairman, Mrs. Lilian Herman, co-chairman, Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional chairman. Mrs. Charles Turk, Mrs. Isidore Sootier, Mrs. Louis Makovsky. Mrs Irving Shalom, Mrs. Edna Sells, Mrs. Ann Tanner. Mrs. Max Sternstein. Mrs. Alexander Gross, Mrs. Irving Levy. Mrs. Alfred Stone is president. Ellen J. Rothman is chosen sweetheart of the Junior Optimist Club of Miami Beach Senior High School and queen of the Miami Beach Optimist club during Optimist week festivities. Ellen, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Irving flothman, 4259 Nautilus dr., is seen exhibiting her winning trophy to Emcmuel Goldstrich. past president, and Jack Low. president, of the Miami Beach Optimist club. r-*WHiE Mothers^ Honor Pledge u University of MUmi J-J vwsity of Alab.ni a anH ers at a luncheon V? noon.Nov ,9, a ttne 2 J Lorraine Sugerman %  ave. 0,w I i Sam Hirsch will gbJ tic reading. "* M Hostesses win inciuoa j [dames Ruth Dubbing man. Cole Kosch, c'lehjl Hilma August, Zona r Agudath Jsroti Shi Atops /nsrollotian, General meeting of hood of Agudath 1*31 Thursday. Complete plans for nVH tion luncheon at the rti hotel. Jan. 3 were fornii_ Esther Lerman, preiidest,, First rummage silt ottl son will take place oni Nov. 27, at Stevens' NW 27th ave. AMAZING NEW COFFB / THE CANTORS' CHOIC rIMSTANf MAKWILL HOW) Israelite Center Barn Dance Isrealite Center will hold its annual barn dance Saturday night, Nov. 19 Gene Baylis, well known caller, will call the turns. Sol Koenigsberg is chairman of the af:: If, LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision sv' > vv*v >i v*vrv*w ii vv*" Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny 'FLAVOR BUDS"of 100% pun coffee...ready to b instantly into that famous Maxwell House fia< Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior I This superb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds"! You just add hot water... and instantly the burst ing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup swth the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ..on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOOI Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. a THE ONtY INSMNT COf£ W |f8 1HM 00 o D T o. THl LAST -OKOP fUVOM



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Page 2 B +Je*l$tincrldto*n Fridcn feminine fair: Uw the leaves 2 cloves garlic 1 UaiDOOII mixed herbs or oregano Peppercorns, bits of red pepper, optional Combine vinegar, sugar, water to taste, depending on strength of vinegar. Bring to a boil Pour over the cooled fish in crock and add sliced lemon and the other ingredi ents (or flavoring. Cover and let stand till cool Refrigerate before using after 48 hours Store in the refrigerator Serves 12 to 15. • • • How about giving your tongue a sleigh-ride with these: HOME-MADE SHERBET (Basic recipe serving 4) Milk Shrbt: 3 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons orange juice "i cup sugar A dash ol salt 2 cups homogenized milk Combine fruil Juices with sugar and tall Stir in the milk gradually and turn into freezer tray Turn cold control ol electric refrigerator freezer compartment to coldest point or follow general freezing dims for your refrigerator Meeting t B *>k Review inn of the cr* 1 ^ *• 21. at he *>;>' Gall Learns book, ^2* NO SKILL Just mix aii B atrb*i %  mi Mrs. Morton A. Grant (left), Bxandeia Women's committee "Bookworm" editor, shows book to Mrs. Ben Zion Ginaburg, president, for the installation of ofjicere meeting at 1 p.m., FriSay in the Miam Women's club. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be installing officer. WhttXakitfx. Oevil s Feee-Mil • NsMba* Hmy 'iSpctCaii Reto the milk and stirring well duce sugar to •_• cup. Strawberry Sherbet is made by mashing a 10 ounce package of quick frozen berries with a fork or potato masher and stirring it into the milk Heduce sugar to 'cup. Red or black raspberries may be mashed while frozen then pressed Freeze till outer edge isolid but trough a fine strainer to eliminate Compare center still mushy. Turn into a bowl and beat with a rotary beater till smooth and fluffy Return to tray and freeze till firm Best served immediately but can be kept at normal freezing temperature for several hours Fruit Sherbet is made by adding %  %  cup eoncentrated orange or pineapple juice, quick frozen kind. Tftttt Itt' 8LVSSFother JCook Without Sugarj Dr. Fanny Monajuto. 48, widely-known European archaeological expert, arrived recently in the U.S. to do special research on a Bollingen Foundation grant at Yale, assisting Erwin R. Goodenough. Professor oi History and Religion. It'i !-•• bet NON-FATTENING Suaanne KAt Leading Feed Stores 4 At food and Drug Stores (§) Everywhere ,*MOU l.NCl TV be** Rabbi jet*. CW Excitingly Different Taste! FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGINIUD Vftumia "D" Milk "Milk Products" TEL. 2-2*21 •reefer Miami RtHvery WeTftfc *•*' affce#*f! BROWN KASHA J (, i. f attemngl Met. protein another S wholesome food .IJJH JJju I nutHke flavor ol 100% r *:2:Tl rvt |hi I Fort.mpttng.de.lfhH^way.W^' I Old World favorite, write for my free ne I Buckwheat Cook Book to Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yen. Mew V** / ARE YOU FARBLUNJET? FREE' $tn. today far ps fete ctfy ,| %  Wrtia jajl M JewlsMmlUI, iBJ'i V '—illar Jrwitb ?Ti *?* I 'eii". Set gtstrtj ppiMf See "Kac.,,, A "*•'*' en ,o 9 e 6. $ 222 jawrth '•**•' free copy, write fe. J. F. — TUBIE RESNIK C ^*l D,ST "--$ CORP. NEW YORK J7. NEW YORK ; SI'S! 4^£^s H &v^.--2 ON SAII AT M _-J KWJK CHEK MAm*A*n LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. El-" lin 1060 E. 17th STREET, HIALEAH. FLA^PH"^^^ HOLLAND HONEY CAKEi IS NOW MADE WITH NEW CROP HON" DEIKIOUS AND MIAlTHFUl NO EAT NO MMA* r&* Made wHa Uw Cslerie By* leaf Try 0 iof Today*.' ASK FOR IT IN Y00I MAW" Mffrlsefea' by C0CHRAN WSTRIWTINC COMfANY HI NX Mtk STRUT



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Page 4 B +Jmlst\ncrkMati This group of women are assisting Temple Emanu-El to insure success of the Temple's 5250,000 "burn the mortgage" campaign. They are (left to right, front row) Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Leo Robinson and Mrs. Sam Liptoo. Back row are Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Max Boderman. Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Mrs. Jack Falk and Mrs. lules Channing. Dade Child Care Facilities Aired by Women's Organizations Continued from P*oo 1 B other Federal and State political leaders. "Be it (further) resolved that our government support the IN in its responsibilities to maintain the boundaries as established in the Armistice Agreement of 1949 and Rive leadership to world efforts to establish lasting peace in the Middle East. the resolution reads in part. Mrs. Meyers also emphasized the need for personal and individual organizational cooperation in meeting the crisis She urged that telegrams be sent to the State Department in protest, so that Israel might not become another Korea because of apathy. High on the agenda was Conference's Ser\ camp project, wherein holiday packages arc sent to men and women overseas. This project is financed on a voluntary basis by contributions from member ori^Rizations. Besides the Overseas ( hanuka and Pesach parcels, this year i special Christmas pro%rm I 1 being initialed at the Veterans hospital. Ball point pen> Inscribed with the Conference's name yill be sent to all the bed ridden on a non-sectarian Mais, A detailed report was made on the recent Conference Ix-adership Training Institute, and members were urged to attend the coming Eederation InJtjtuto on NOT. 30. Mrs A Frank Wellifia, chairman of the day. latroduced the panel of experts on child care. Dr. Stephen A Wright, director of the Child (iuidance £*nic of Dartc rnffrtly. Pressed Hie urgency of help the emotionally disturbed child He revealed that here are from 300 to 500 emotionally disturbed •Jildren under 15 in Dadfl county, who need full me caro. and there is no public facility in the State Florida for them." Dr. Wright said the guidance clinic is an outtient clinic for children between the ages of three 18 and performs multiple services "Besides direct fteatment to children and their parents, it offers information and educational services, consultations with schools and welfare agencies and aid in community planning. Dr. Wright stated that "all children need aj framework in which to grow which includes loved AW respected persons, in order to learn the values of his culture." He pointed out that the philosophy of the clinic is that any child or per.-on is capable of change and that, in order to be of service, "help must be given to the parents as well as to the child. Therefore, the clinic cannot cope with the needs of a child from a broken home, or for the mentally sick who need full time care." Emanuel Tropp. assistant director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, discussed how group work meets children's needs and specifically how the Federation-supported Center is organized to offer this experience, through nursery schools, after school care for first and second graders, play groups, day camps and day care services. "Whereas problem children may derive special benefits from such experience, all children need controlled grwup^.experience as valuable aid in their growing up processes." Troup said. "The needs wruch group work can satisfy are belonging outside the family, friendship and acceptance, working together and shajmg. new ideas and interests, creativeness", a natural means of identifying with one's Jewfch heritage and the development of personality," Maxwell Fassler, case supervisor of the Jewish Family Service,'pointed out how all welfare Interests today are emphasizing the maintenance of family unity Counselling services on marital problems and parent child relationships are all provided white ifee family is intact in the hope of strengthen ing these relationships, he said. When the-home breaks down it is like a communicable disease? in the community." Fassler added, describing "hof inadequate are the Federal and .State financial fol programs, and the special plights . • CoMf>letely Air-Conditioned and Heated Free Park* DINING ROOM UNDER PIRSONAt SUPERVISION OF ABE Well-Known Koihir Caterer Since 1945 Friday Traditional Dinner — s 0 Complimentary Sacramental Wine 1 Approved by: Greater Miami Vaad Makaahruin. Hauui Joseph E Rackovik. r, %  etn Jacob Vad Hakoohruth, Rabbi T.bor T Stern, Oir • DAILY (Except Friday) Prime Rib Steak—Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus _. Make Your Reservations Early for the JJ OfllV De Luxe Thanksgiving Dinner ii~. fcOSEDALE ''^: R NTA DELICATESSEN ,"VS '^ / F.vff oiln'fpy tcgycoMPitn aprsAM— stevtci 170 N.W. FIFTH STRUT roar Notts If i 'Round Joe Cohen & Manny KM"' BEEF and BIRD Far the entire Family A Selection for $3.95 none higher <~ -rT"? WSMWWV^ll mcompora'bre otmosphtro for b/RTJjK COCK MIL CATNERINCS ArcTS A .Ws^ MIAMI &*W>\ DELANO HOTEL %'" MEMBER DINERS'CUIB |Effr$oN ..-_•



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LwnbtrjBJSM ^J !" !s£Thridlian 4ox Lipkind. Noted Scholar l a M ri w UhmH, Beverage And Physician, Dead at Age of 74 Com Pny owner, Dead at 69 t :„i,.nrl <>f 2825 ans of the liniloH &*>&. r_ •._ Page 9 A A Lipkmd. of 2825 ve Miami Beach, died latoon, Nov. 14. at the kind who was a ret Fred came here from New Tears ago. greatly responsible for %  w Jewish cultural life fjf s leadership of the local {organization. Jewish NaVnd and Bureau of Jewish ind was chairman of the i board of license. In adL was a Hebrew scholar [repute. „ber of Temple Emanu-El hledical Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Dr. Lipkind contributed to numerous scientific, historical and philological journals published in Engliab, Yin, Bldne; and •i daughti Rom .-. *J *' Riven di i:.... h M, mortal Chap. i • I. with Interment in Mt, Sinai Ceme%  %  JACQUES FINK -. ol 1423 Anderson MI Coral Gables, died suddenl] Oct. -.'•; in .-. local boapltal. ii. araa wldel) known in Insurance circlei In Miami and wat Junior warden ..f Mlrai le lodge Ml, p A \ Xl 'I' survived by bli wife, Irene '" Eugene; ami three b othei -. Wilfred, Qllberl and Henry Hope SI rt Icea a PI •• held 1 1 I L"> .ii Rlvei side-Beach Memorial Chapel, uii InU i in. in in Star of David i MRS. CELIA ORKIN 7:'. ..f •;:.'. Km lid ave., died Del SO Bhe .am., from Brooklyn 10 years agi i survived b) tour daughters, Mra. Emm %  i: H Mra. Fran, i %  Tepper, Mi a, Bebe Spi rj green and Mi i nbi i g, Bei vice* and Interment ere In i: klj n, Ith lti\. i Beai h M. HI. .1 i.ii Chapel in chai gi ol ai rangemi LEW SIMMS • i MM Bui lid ave dli i Del %  :•; ii• a in., here M yeara ago and owned two Miami I'.. a h • 1 • i tin.-ill ho He I ..II,, I;,. M Ife, Faj a .II.I .i bro vices and I a. re In Sen York City, his birthplace, with arrangements bj Rlverasdi Beach Mi %  < > 'hapel, MRS. ROSE FALLEK ; :. 1 .11. il II,' 88. She go from New York %  saleswoman. .-' \.ii b) a i u Mi Ida Mechillbeiin. HI Sei vlci %  i • Curdoi %  1 il h inti i in. in In Mt. .Vein, i '.n,. i. rs. Jewish Governor of Connecticut, Hon. Abraham A. participated in ceremonial installing his Rabbi, Dr. pn J. Feldman of Hartford (right), as president of the ^ e Council of America recently at Temple Emanu/iorkCity. Gov. Ribicoff was awarded the first annual Rue Council citation for "having translated Judaism's 8 vice to humanity" durina the recent Connecticut loisis. manity" during the recent Connecticut ft TUESDAY DVEMBER 22 H LEVER 1A for an AI GUY! Elect JAMES W, £" %  GROUP USSIONER UVER 1A il ,1 I %  I tiH > ISAAC LEVINE 7">. vi" I Eu Id ave., died Del 27 In a i. .Ii,.pltal A i. %  nentei. ha moved here from Chicago five years ml u.ii .1 n.i mbel of I he I'.irband He ia aurvlved bj hla wife, \i Rebei... l-evlm s.iv i .and I, ii i.il era in 'iii, ago, iili Riverside-lleach Memorial Chaiiel In i I of local a i rangemi n I MRS SOPHIE REISNER il, ..I lOOOO W I'.i' II. ill",i ,li .Ii.-,1 II, i 21 in %  I". -.I hospital. A resident of tin.i.ii she .jme finni San Antonio, Tex, Bh waa ai th,. m i: II.II B'rlth and North Shore lewlan Center Sisterhood Hurvlvora Include her husband, Bernard; her parents, Mr and Mrs Jacob Prltlkln: ,, daughtei Mn Bandrs Shapiro; four and '.' grandchildren. Sei \ were Oct. i' 1 In Newman-Oonlon KniKiai Home, nh burial In Mt Sinai r. mi i. i > JACOB GOODMAN 71, of 1477 SW Ird il who came here alx \..n..^'i from Buffalo, N v., .ii. .i 11, i :". He waa %  retli ed eai penter ami a member ..f Workman'a Circle Branch W Surviving are his wife, lila. two sons, Eugene and Ivan, two brothers, two sisters and two irrandchlMren S< 11 i> • u •'' %  ''''' -"•' '" ,;, ,|,,n Miami Chapel MRS. ROSE KAHN 0 | • ... i M: ; ith ave died Spy %  ghe resided here it rears, coming tf i Chicago Surviving are hei husband, Joeeph, and two daughters, Mrs. Hi Kurtsman and Miss M Kahn Burial waa Nov. i In Mt. Btaal I', nul. rj SAMUEL WAINTON -, %  • ..r lots sw 15th si Miami, dli rt Not .'. Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel was in charge of burial airangements, MRS. MARION SHPRECHER -,-, ,,r at .1. fferaon av< Mmm i.. sen. lh ,,, ,,,,, Riverside-Beach Memorial Chaucl was In charge "i weal am llll Ill I MISS RAE BROWN ir,i Marseille, dr M* i I Beach. f 1 ,„ .,. Riveraldi Bern h Memorial %  hapIn char ge of arraBsamesU MRS ANNA LERNER Kervlcea were Not t In Gordon a M,i. with burial PrkU) ... Mt Nebo i '• inI' rj • MRS. FANTSHE SKOLNIK n di died Not -' al he* wl tlslto rTon\ Broukba -'". %  ; 'V '.,,,. II : three sons, Dayld. v I'.I ..ni Han ,i:.M4l,.cr ,.„,. II,UK" Services and burial lyn, with Helll ,, chaise < ma. 00W K MIAMI-710 $.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director REV. ABRAHAM SEIF Mohel Associofeii M All Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone JE 1-3840 j a II n i .. V .A. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 fJMirS ONt ^^* GUARANTKD AND 0hH.r M Wk FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI BUILDERS JEWISH MONUMENT CATCRING EXCLUSIVELY 10 THE JEWISH a/Eivm£ x> CRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! 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Page 16 B Wd>fforAJiML =-^^Frid GLOBAL SHORTS ON THE AMERICAN SCENE BUENOS AIRES (JTA>—Dr. Gregorio Topolevsky. a member of the civilian revolutionary command which deposed A/gentine dictalor Jun D. Peron, was officially appointed Argentine Ambassador tit Israel Th 53-year-old physician and Radical Party leader was a volunteer with the Loyalist forces in the Spanish Civil War. He served a 16-month prison term here for attacking the Peron policies. escaped and was Jiving in political exile in Uruguay when the revolt was organized. i isler Mrs. Golda Myerson, Speaker of the Knesset Joseph Sprinzak. i Jewish Agency co-chairman Berl Locker snd Agency treasurer Dr. Giora Joscphthal ST. LOUIS (.ITAl—Speaking before the Lawyers Association of St Louis, Senator Thomas Hennings. Missouri Democrat, said here that •DUMB in the governments loyalty-security program are leading to the subversion of democracy and the destruction of the spirit of the country." He specifically scored the growth of a new system of "administrative criminal" which, he said, appears "incompatible with Algo-Saxon ideas of justice." PHOENIX, Arii. (JTAi The National Association of fee Cream Manufacturers has cancelled plans to hold its sprint: board meeting .1 the Camclback Inn here because of the resort's anti-Jewish discrimination policy, it was 'reported by the Phoenix Jewish News. The decision was prompted by protests by members of the Association's directorate. The paper reported that only a tiny mlnortt) of the board is Jewish, hut it was felt that the uroiip should not hold its parley in a resort with such s policy. MADISON, Wise. JTA) The dedication of the -it'' ol the new IlilFoundation a( the Universit) ol Wisconsin here was mane! by %  nissing cornerstone The cornerstone was recovered later bj police It was chippe an.I plit through, evident!} when it fell from the back truck, according to police Police here said they had no leads and t.'d that the) recovered the stone after an anonymous telephone call They attributed the incident to pranksters'' NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS MUNICH n.\ Karl Heini Heubaum, one of the most active ami Semitic publicists m postwar Germans and publisher Ol the Pro: the Elders ol Zion" forgery was fined $40 bj %  local German court tor having continued to distribute anti-Semitic and subversive pamphihat had been banned by the public pro ecutor in December 1954 ler this year Heubaum, who also published the neo-Nazi magazines Her Widerhall" and "Pas Deutsche Echo." was sentenced to six nths' impn-onment for "libelling members of the Federal C.ovcrn' in a manner prejudicial to the existence ol the statl FRANKFURT JTA \ local German court has fined Dr Arthur 1 top official m the Weal German Comptroller's office, the equ nt ol S24; He publicl] announced his intention to quit the country if Dr. Fuchs were acquitted GENEVA (JTA) George Handke, Undersecretary in the Fast Ger Foreign Office, ducked questions here about why Fast Germany refused to pay reparations to Israel as the Bonn Government had ed to do and was doing Herr Handke. who was here as an observer ol the Bit; Four foreign ministers parley, told newsmen that East Germany had paid no reparations because Israel did not recognize his country and there were no diplomatic relations between them He com tely Mde stepped the issue when newsmen retorted that West f.er%  | paid reparations despite the fact that Israel had not recognize I the Bonn regime BERLIN (JTA) Repo react n reveal that Soviet authorities have started i nee i linsl Zionism irrested at leasl 11 .lews n the Boviel capita hies with Israel The report said that arrest* were made bj \< %  rching Jewish homes f,, r Zionist and Israel literatim It •!* not AH. the report added, whether guch searches W < %  ;-,. carried On Bl r partof the Sot let Union, FLASHES EROM THE NEAR EAST ISTANBUL (JTA)An Israel firm. Reisel Ffraim. of Tel Aviv, has been awarded i contract to construct 250 housing units here at a cost ol 25 million Turkish lira CASABLANCA (JTA)—Jack Sabah. prominent member ol the Jewish Community here, has been awarded the medal of an "Officer d'Academie" by the Grench Government for distinguished cultural services M. Sabah. who is president of the Morocco OSE and vice president ot the OSE World Union, was previously awarded the "Merits S i the French Government ea a tribute to his efforts in the field of social work. TUNIS (JTA)—Salah Ben Youssef. Moslem nationalist leader who reportedly was designated by Egypt to lead an anti Israel campaign in North Africa, said in an interview here that he is an "enemy of racism" and injustice." Ben Youssef. chief opposition leader to Habib Bour guiba. within the Neo Destour movement, said that all inhabitants ol Tunis, "Jews included." are Tunisian brothers if thev fulfill their duties to their country. CASABLANCA (JTA)—The Board of Jewish Deputies of Morocco has issued a statement hailing the return to France of Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef, former Sultan of Morocco, from two years of exile in Madagascar. The statement said the Jews of Morocco joined their Moslem countrymen in asking Ben Youssefs return to the throne as the "legitimate sovereign" of Morocco. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (WNSi -Samuel Mikunis. leader of the Communist Party here, has returned to Russia, ostensibly for medical treatment. TEL AVIV (JTA)-Dewey D. Stone, national chairman of the I'nited Israel Appeal, was honored here for his contributions to many Israel causes. In attendance at the dinner, tendered by the Weizmann Institute of Science, were Minister of Finance Levi Eshkol, Labor MinTEL AVIV (JTAV— Driving for an oil well was begun near here at Halutza. in the central Msgev, by an Israel-American oil company. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Colonel Heir Amit has been named to head the Israel Army'* Southern Caeansand. it waa announced here. The 33-year-old officer has been serving with the Army's General Staff Cot, Amit was raised in Nahalal and waa a member ot Kibbutz Alonim elite striking force. He served in the War of Independence as a company commander l otin-Amtri ti( ,, 0 adu 'ts at u-V tenter beginn*** eve "I.No.j|.| fi JJ | •>. who has had*-, 'various professional I lead the group. \ ^*^S3^^jiJ If MORE THAN DREAMS shape a child's future HEN YOU WEAVE voua DREAMS, faith and prayers into the tapestry of your child's future, include the security of a Chase Federal Savings Account to make your hopes come true. Suppose you open an insured savings account today with as little as $10, and add $5 each week. In 15 years, principal and diwdcndV will amount to almost $5000—available for your child's colleee education, or marriage, or a start in business. Come in dr simply send us your check. 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Page 10 B Aarons, Greenbaum To Reside In Miami In a double ring candlelight ceremony at 1 p.m., Sunday. Nov. 13 in the Balmoral hotel. Miss Lenore Aarons. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Max Aaron*. Hart for I. Conn., bo came thg&ride of Dr. Richard S Crccnbayrn. son of Mr and Mi Rueben (Jreenbaum. 167b' Jfjiicave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI. officiated at the intimate family rites. Best man was Martin Greenbaum. brother of the groom. Matron of honor was Mrs. Simon Landy. of West Hartford. Conn. The bride selected a Ceil Chapman original of white brocaded taffeta. The champagne color sheath dress was draped toward the back with long sleeves and scooped neckline. Her four tiered French illusion veil was attached to a pearl tiara. She carried white orchids on a Bible, which was a gift from the groom's mother. Her parents presented her with a strand of pearls and pearl earrings. The bride was graduated from Weaver High School. Hillyer Col-1 lege at Hartford and Miss Marf chants i Shir-Lee Jane Dr. Greenbaum received bis BA ... • r i_ U.A. and MS degrees at the University Weds HobCft (AVCII of Miami. His PhD is from tbe University of Florida. Zeta Beta Tau is the fraternity. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Haiti and will make their home at 3048 SW 16th st., Miami. ^J&teMteJdfaB^ Mfs. JNcvffrfl JWV taws j JWV Units in Flurry Of Local Programs AnA ]y Corafafcfcbirs Ladies' Auxiliary fJllvJK'o. 24HHPu)!d a social meeting? TuesdsPPefing. Nov. 22. at th' Coral Gablc> Jewish (enter Mrs. ROM Horn, vice president for the fourth region, will be guest speaker. Sponsorship of a Girl Scout troop has been undertaken by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Norman Bruce Brown Post. The troop unit, number 309. is made up of youngsters attending the Auberndale School. Co-leaders are Mrs. Gertrude Davidson and Mrs. Morrie Coulton. The troop meets each Tuesday at 3 p.m. at 3299 SW 7th st. The auxiliary will hold a social meeting on Wednesday evening, Nov. 23. at 1947 West Flagler at. 1 Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will 1 speak on Jewish folklore and humor. On Saturday evening, Nov. 26, the auxiliary will give a vets hokpital party at the VA Hospital in Coral Gables. • • • Ardmnrr Plan* tor Temple Emanu-ETs "burn tl dinner, to be held Sunday. Nov. 27 ih^S? tel. are dlecueeed by (left to right) dinner c*3 Robmeon, banker; Sam Lipton, merchantandRftwt inr etor. The mee ting was held at RobinsonV Dr. Ryan to Chair U of M Depar (iertz in Beach Rites Shir-Lee Jane Marcus and Robert Owen Gertz spoke their marriage vows before two rabbis Sunday in Temple Kmanu-EI. Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Morris Skop performed the afternoon ceremony. Jewish War Veterans. North Shore Post 677. are seeking blood for its Blood Bank. On Dec. 4. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. the Mount Sinai mobile unit will be at 620 Dickens ave. Dr. Bryee Ryan has joined the University of r>v University qf Miami faculty as chairman of the Department of Sociology, according to UM president Jay F. W. Pea/son. Dr. Ryan comes to UM from Wayne University, where he was a visiting lecturer in sociology for a 76th st, corner of year Prior to ,hat he was visiting to accept contribu-,' professor of sociology at Cornell tions of blood in behalf of The bride, daughter of Mr and | JWV Mrs. Irving E. Marcus. 5241 North I A free breakfast will be served Be) rd was given in marriage by %  to each contributor her father. • • • She wore a gown of French chantilly lace, over pearl bridal satin with pearl embroidered colthe University. In 1948. Dr. Ryan set up a sociology department at the that country. He ajB partment for four joa,' Formerly with tit. Persons Division of Ryan operated a i camp near the Rhiw. came Chief oi the search Statistics and ReptJ U.S. Zone Headquaneil many. ning a membership drive dance on Sunday evening. Dec. 4. at the Jewish War Veterans. North Shore Post 677, in conjunction lar and sleeves and a chapel length wi,n l,s Ladies' Auxiliary, is run train. A crown of embroidered lace and satin held her four tiered. fingertip veil She carried a Bible "Otfe Carlo hotel covered with baby orchids and I Approximately 350 peopl" are lily of the valley | expected to enjoy an evening of Mrs. Jerome inmn, sister <>f the.dancing, bride and Miss Susan Krause, couCo-chairmen of the dance are sin of the bridegroom, were honor sonior vico commandcr MiUon '"','',!* ... Koch and junior vice president Mrs Harvey I.eifman. Mis, Ber j rma Enrenreich na Sue Chasan. Miss Susan Tali ,, anoff. Miss Janet Rosen and Miss A Hf* realued from the Betsy Rosen were also gowned in dan ce W|U ** uscd ,0 c -"tain the white taffeta s,ck veterans at the Veterans AdNancy Rosen, flower girl, carried' """'••Nation Hospital in Coral Gaa basket of white rose petals. j Arthur R. Marcus, Chicago,! "" brother of the bride, was best man flffT rU„ m t mr ft— Seymour Palay, Stuart ste.ngold. j 0K I Qha P**' '• Open Sam Segal, Marvin Rosenberg,' MM Review SeritS David Krause and Jerome Union MILK BOY is mode in Switierlond-thai genuine imparted Swiss Oruyere just right for the Mrs. Robert Oerti Beth Raphael Elects Officers Julius Sapero has been reelected £k'nu\£F, president of Beth Raphael Congre gation. seated the guests The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Jacob B Gertz, 2325 SW 22nd ; ter., and the late Mr Gertz The reception following the wedding was held at the Fontaineblcau hotel. Mr and Mrs. Gertz will live at YIDDISHE GESHMAK Other officers named at an elec 0SCt fo ^ Speak* tion meeting last week were Abe' Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club Baratz and Charles Klein, vice will officially open its fall season president; Louis Maskin. financial .with a dinner meeting on Monday secretary; Benjamin Afronow, reevening. Nov 21. in the Temple cording secretary. Joseph Swartz.' social hall, announced Allen Gold treasurer; Sam Siegel. religious berg, president. Highlighting the affairs; and Adolph Hammer, meeting will be guesl sJSkeFc house chairman. gressman Dante Fascell. on"Marjorie Morningstar," by Herman Wouk. will be the novel re viewed in the first of a series of six book reviews sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT. The review will take place in the Empress hotel the evening of Nov 21. Proceeds from the Monday evening review will be used for the maintenance and building of worldwide ORT vocational training schools. Miss Linda Feigus is in charge of the book review series. Feature the Finest Swiss Orayoro at your dairy meals and supper spreads-the perfect treat for "ice-box goniffs". Mere it ii-Milkboy' Nt ilt< very *t rhr *'•* "•* %  and imported by Sordtn Ykld.il.tn le'om. K*te *i*bn —M delkiowi. now'hiig "J ? 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Many little children don't seem to be "little" anymore these day*. At least that's the feeling of Mrs. Paul Bransfcer* 4600 North Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Pat's now president-elect of the Miami Children's Theater, which goes into its 17th year this season. Pat feels children are making the head often-and not for very good reasons. think* a vast majority of them are no longer interested in cole things of life—like circuses, and wouldn't walk across •t to see a professional production of a beautiful fairy rs this isn't sophistication—it's something quite differami Children's Theater is .going to try to deal with this Pat's Meridian ave. home was the site this week of a ,.| unf heon to iron out details about making the theater a "sugar-coated'' weapon against juvenile delinquency. ant survey of the hotel industry here was gratifying for ople. .Ming the survey's list for the most influencial and most rman in Miami Beach is Baron de Hirsch Meyer. pder. too. Baron lends his name and ability to numerous able causes and has given funds to every worthwhile enLweek column reported the fact that Budd Schulberg : Makes Sammy Run," "The Disenchanted," "On the Waterc won't be hack here for the winter season. %  thfr newabout the Schulberg family is that old B.P., ^Hollywood mogul, who has lived in the Miami area for a fcof years finally moved into a new home with wife Lynn IRidgewoo.l. Key Biscayne. land Inwife, Vicki, who recently decided to make their mit residence in Sarasota, may however join his mother ither for a I hanksgiving family reunion, even though he's Bollywood en a picture assignment. Incidentally. Budd's %  ;. Stuart, a motion picture producer in Paris, plans to be in [for a few days. i make the circuit complete, Stu also has a new home—in tdieval village of Cagncs-sur-Mcr in the Alpes Maritime* of fern France Wife Barbara and their three children wil remain r.tontinent during his trip. Stu flew from France Tuesday to three weeks <>f business in New York. His visit here ito P. and mother Lynn. | *er Manj Zucca, who became a grandmother again last ,.• delaying the opening of her Miami home for the winter l5ecau-e ol a trio of concerts in New York. [Havana N .lit-" had its first performance Friday in Town Kith Joan Field the violin soloist. (to Dec 9. Joan, who lives with her husband on Normandy ppears at Gotham's Hunter College to premiere Mana Zucca's I new Violin Concerto in D major. Schedule calls for Joan to I the concerto Dec. 11 in the Brooklyn Museum. leachites on the Move: Mr. and Mr. Charles Fruchtman, of Bgo pi., are in Toledo, O., for a brief visit. % Vhile in Mexico City, the Irwin Raffals, of 105 North Shore pe guotat the Monte Cassino hotel. Biniel Neal Heller didn't join the harrassed. smoking fathers I the arrival ol offspring in Mt. Sinai hospital last Friday lead. Dan addressed the congregation of Temple Beth iasor-h.| pers marked Veterans Day durum M prices their rtheevei iver. Dan became the father of a second I firl. Hb Diane president of the Greater Miami chapter Womtalencan OKT Dan is immediate past st:rte commander of tment ol Florida JWV. Ttation iant Danny Arnstain is back in his Collins I* me. which means the season has definitely arrived. : 5^ him are attorney Ed Weisel, who plans to stay a month. *SUl James Lehr and banker Paul Maiur. Jim and Paul will i-iiami Beach for two weeks. tonny'i houseguest in February will be Joe E. Lewis, when Wernationally renowned comedian opens at the Eden Roc. Joe tt in Gotham Town now, following a throat operation. lmt Whisperings About Town: Talk is that Herb Classman j* trying to invest in the Eden Roc with Harry Mufson. ''ends have been seeing Hertrand Harry with their headto %  numerous occasions and deduce this to be the reason. lnd Mr Danitl Shorell's Rivo Alto Island residence Wed J *as the site of a farewell party for son and daughter m* J" Mrj D*vid Goodwin. L*" d and Ann said goodbye to friends over cocktails prior "leaving for the service. Ann returns to Durham. N.C.. to be Parents the Baxter H. Millers, "for the duration." IruH ************ Lla, Lnivers "> Varsity Glee Club arrived here Nov. 10 Nth. a ml ;| h;,!f nours I*te. But the club was lucky because me mhers nas B motner .. with no litt i e influence." J Albert Pick, mother of Rafael, managed to get the boys Eot?h Al "" nur n In time to sing at 8 p.m. How? Flortrua 10n p a police escort all the way. EraJr*w'i F,or#nc entertained the club at luncheon in her B>,,I J. h me witn guests, among others, including I M %  Dr Jay Pearson. DeanJJohn Bitter and Mrs. Man. .^jordionjjj Rody B-om d|(J muslcal honors as accompanist to *" n,, w Marshall. **s, f"W Mt Sinai Staff: Dr. and Mrs. Richard Flaming were *.~tu. ovnan s "World ^^wiisltUEJlioipidliigup MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, November 18, 1955 Section B Jolly family ^roup at Westview Country club's first dinner dance of the season Saturday night included this foursome. Left to right are Mrs. Roy R. Schechter, her parents, the Sidney Meyers, and her sister, Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Five new life members and 110 new members are inducted during Wednesday's fourth annual membership tea of the United Cerebral Palsy Association at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Abraham Wasserman. president, is shown left In one ol the largest gatherings in its history, some 500 persons witnessed the pinning of the quintet of women who earned permanent affiliation during a Beacon of Light candlelight ceremony conducted by Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, vice president (center). Mrs. Norman Jaffe (looking on), co-chairman of the day, outlines plans for the UCP's annual Tag Day held this year Nov. 14. Women Study Locdl Child Cere Facilities ^Tex, late last wek. •••nor. are due back sometime Friday Child care facilities in Dade county^ were presented in three aspects at the Conference of Jewish Woman's Organizations opening meeting Friday at the Miami Women's club. Delegates from the 80 JewIt. women's groups represented in Conference will uke back to their individual organizations this inormaUon along w.th a timely resolution and new, of current activites of the Conference. The business portion of the program culminated in the unanimous adoption of a resolution provoked by the tense situation in the Middle East. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, representing the Zionist Council of South Florida, presented the resolution to be forwarded to President Eisenhower, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Governor LeRoy Collins and Continued on Page 4 B



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m ember J8^1955_ *Jcwisti florid for? B'nai B'rith Women Meetings, Fetes B'nai. B'rith Women of Miami w.ll meet Tuesday at Beth I) ;i vj ( < auditorium. m uei* speakeMriP he MA. tfw: ton SttlnkerK, aflRon.-il reflMHnt-, B nth building foundation. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs George Walbaum and Mr. and Mrs Irvine Hauptman. Chapter met this week for a luncheon barbecue at the home of Mrs. Ida Jaffc, 1895 SW llth ter. In charge of serving was Lisa Yaffe. Page 7B [*d Mr*. *•"•' tMftB jons Mark | Anniversary nd Mrs. Morris Gordon, Ird *.. Miami Beach, eeleeir 50th wedding anniver__ day evening, Nov. 12, at £mv hotel. jjrdons were married Nov. in New York City. of Brooklyn, where uvj was owner of the J Coat b Apron Supply Co., iplf have been permanent [Beach residents for many ive three children. Dr. Bernard, both of this (Mrs. Max (Edith) Sack, id. NY All three chilJuding seven grandchilire guests at the Saxony Mired. Mr. Gordon is ac[the Hebrew Academy and l.to Temple Kmanu-EI and Synagogue. Mrs. Gorto the Sisterhoods of faftations B'nai B'rith Women's Council of South Florida this week revealed the first in a series of education forums for better living to begin Monday evening. Nov. 21, at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be principal speaker and discuss "Spiritual Foundations for Living." Also appearing will be Dr. David Hathan in a talk on "Present Day Knowledge of iJeart Disease" and Dr. Victor Rugef on "Women's Dualism in Heart Disease." Mrs. Bettie Birchansky is chairman of the affair. • • • B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will hold.a holiday ball on Saturday evening. No*. 18, at Hillei House, 1100 Miller dr. Dancing will be to the music of and Torah Are One" was the theme of the cantata highlighting the meeting of Beth David Sisterhood Wednesday afternoon, at Beth David auditorium. Participating in the cantata were (seated left to nqht) the Mesdames Maurice Hyman, Yaakov Rosenberg. Morris Rabinowitz. Har_MPont. Standing are the Mesdames Louis Rosen, Louis Schwartzman, program chairman, Albert Dubler, Jack Donnerstag, musical director. Michael Koven, Jack Toppell and Max Silver. Mrs. Max Silver will serve as the moderator. Abo slated was a Chanuka exhibit by Mrs. David Pornes, chairman of "Judaism in the Home." Invocation was by Mrs. Harry August. Lear School Pupils Elect Officers Carol Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, has been elected president of the General Ronnie Shaw and his orchestra. Mrs. William Hechler is chairman of the affair. Organization, student governing body of the Lear School, it was announced Wedneday by Mrs. Ida Lear, school director. Other officers chosen to serve through the February semester are Ronnie Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lane, vice president; Natasha Feinman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Feinman, treasurer; Margie Friedland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedland, secretary; and David Basker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basker, sergeant-at-arms. The officers, elected by fellow students, are juniors and seniors in the senior high school. Birds Eye Thanksgiving Holiday Special: Orange Juice 2 for 35c rs Mark HI Wedding I Mrs. Jacob Schiff markt'SOlh wedding anniversary fit the Israelite Center, legation honored the couf. Schiff lu> Icon financial' ry of the Center for the past' ^Morton Malavsky. spirit-1 officiated at the cere-1 LCintor Samuel Salkow asMrving Sperling was proMirman. Weinben;. chairman of pier board, presented Mr. Schiff with a golden lurles Fidelman, president, ker. [Schilt was connected with entul Insurance Co. for gjrsjin Jersey City. EDITION OF [FAMOUS 74-YEAR •ENGLISH CALENDAR! I FREE FOR OUR READERS! up to Rosh Hoah^ ter-.' -— !**r* 10. r.. SPRING BYINGTON SAYS: Mil BIRDS EYE See "DECEMBER BRIDE" starring SPRING BYINGTON OUR MISS BROOKS SAYS: HO WITH BIROS J*L See "OUR MISS BROOKS*' Starring EVE ARDEN French Fried Potatoes 2 for 35c Birds Eye Fruits, Vegetables, Juices, Fish and Potatoes are Kosher Every Meal's a Holiday with BIRDS EYE 9 Sliced Peaches • Rhubarb • Sliced Strawberries • Orange Juice • Lemonade 9 Whipped Potatoes • French Fried Potatoes • Southern Vegetables • Ocean Fresh Fish • Complete Line of Vegetables Beach Food Center 1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE l.iimly"s 31 arket 1435 WASHINGTON AVENUE Original .\ow York Meal Market 757 • 41st STREET Sols Kosher Meat Market 7446 COLLINS AVENUE Sunny Isles Super Market 2*39 SUNNY ISLES BOULEVARD Variety Meat Market 814 6th STREET