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The Jewish Floridian ( November 25, 1955 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, November 25, 1955 Price lit ited Jewish Appeal Calls For $25 Million Emergency Fund African Leaving I Thousands (YORK (JTA)—The United Appeal last nieht set in J drive to raise a special Cf $25,000,000 -over and i full amount hopes to ough its regular 1956 campaign. The sum "the special fund will go by to the immigration aid r of the Jewish Agency, I BOW engaged in bringing I settling in Israel 45.000 i Morocco and Tunisia. |mg of the special drive followed an emerglate last week at ore than 300 reprcMBtav 6e countrymajor Jewish bes voted for tho drive. (tion came alter a personal I-rael Foreign Minister Brett in which he called in the frc world, and i in the United States, to brunt" at this time of | immigration, agricultural lent and economic consider! Mated that Israel reereception. absorption and nt of North African [pnority ta-k in view of the I so many have asked to t mut lie the concern of Jew-.' Mr sharctt del*tosee (o it that this highpive work, upon the ne> I which our entire future uld not onlj not be jeop|l the prt-i ni emergency mid. by verj n ason of it, I and prosper." IpUn for raising the extra p was presented to the %  ""unity leaders at the Ky conference by William general chairman of • Edward M M. Warburg, adent, and Rabbi Herbert Mn, executive vice chairI the LJA. The plan as "enjoins the United JewW to take immediate steps special LJA fund of $25,rtin d on P iq 6 A DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SUGGESTS SECRECY Washington Studies Arms List Submitted by Israel as Leaders Await Action in Tense Scene WASHINGTON (JTA)—Israel's list of defensive arms which was submitted last week to the State Department is now being studied by the Department of Defense and other United States agencies concerned, it was announced here Wednesday by a State Department spokesman. The spokesman, Lincoln White, refused to reveal the types and amounts of arms requested by IsFamed actress Jane Russell is presented an award by Moe Kudler, president of B'nai B'rith District Four. Miss Russell was honored by the Metropolitan Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Los Angeles for her work with WAIF, child rescue organization. '/// Ac/vised' ATTACKS FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF ISRAEL Syrian, Egyptian Envoys Urge State Department Action Against Zionists WASHINGTON (JTA)—Syrian Ambassadr Farid Zcineddine told the State Department that his country would follow Egypt's example and conclude an arms deal with the Communist countries if the United States sells weapons to Israel. At the same time, he urged the U.S. Government "to curb" the Zionist movement in this country. In a lengthy meeting with George V. Alen. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, the Syrian Ambassador reiterated the same arguments presented by the Egyptian Ambassador He registered "strong opposition" to an American security guarantee of Israel s frontiers. He said it would mean an "alliance with Israel to support and sustain by military force Israel's policy in the Middle East. Such a pact. the Syrian envoy declared, would "adversely affect Amencan^ynan relations and for that matter, American-Arab relations, to the furthest extent possible." -. A The Egyptian Ambassador, Ahmed Hussein, demanded that the Continued on P9 ? A rael. Asked to comment on reports that Israel's request included between 40 and 50 jet aircraft, he said the United States Government does not normally release details of such military requests and was asked by Israel to refrain from doii.. -o in this case. The total value, at actual market prices, of Communist arms being supplied to Egypt is now estimated at one-fourth of a million dollars, according to a reliable source. UNITED N A TI O NS (JTA) — Fearful that arms of such magni-. Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden's tude might produce an irrestible I proposal for mediation between I U.S. Balks Over Eden Proposals On Middle East "fHKAII AGUHSJ 'M0NKH' JfWJMWOKO and Censure of Loose-Talking Arabs [J^' JT A)-The Anti-Defamation League rith has asked the State Department to the circumstances of recent speeches I* Arab diplomats which "impugn the toy'American Jews." The request followed a %  wtnand by 3v&r=.5sSS Jews." The request followed a dor .nd Mohammed r ^..*gl*^ ^ %  J Americans for Democratic Action Iraqi delegation to the ^" e j, Dulles &"** Syrian Ambassador Farid ZeinedPasted to ^ff^gjJP^ on at least three occasions, "overstepped the bounds of propriety for a foreign diplomat." He said there ll ample evidence" to declare the ambassador persona non grata. The Syrian Ambassador delivered what the ADL called "a shockingly anti-Semitic speech before th e Women's National Democratic club in Washington. Mr. Jamahs pMMh which evoked ADL's P ro„.., was made several weeks ago ,„ lne Economic Club of Detroit. Meanwhile, reply to the address ** Alliance Hits Jewish State (All rtual lis *~ (JTA >Speeches directed against Israel marked the 2g Tuesday of the Council of the five-nation Baghdad an which links Britain. Turkey, Iraq. Iran and Pakistan mE** *• %  against Soviet aggression. The Counc.l **" Place in Baghdad. *m Said of Iraq, in opening the meeting, declared that hS,, 0Uv< l ta armed forc s %  mst ,sr el %  Iraq -" .' •few. UM i,s resources for the assistance of any Arab rfctrlv '"'" a K8ression in accordance with its obligation *stat. c,,|lec,lve defense and economic cooperation be^ s 0 'the Arab League." ,, „ • was also injected by the Turkish and Iranian Contiuucd en Pag* 2 A incentive for attack by Egypt. Israel authorities are anxiously awaiting action by the U.S. Government on their arms list. Meanwhile, the State Department announced that the United States will establish "military and political liaison" with the nations of the Baghdad Pact linking Irafl. soc j at j on Iran, Turkey, Pakistan and Britain. The announcement was regarded here is a preliminary step to United States adherence to the Baghdad pact. The powers concerned with that pact were to meet in Baghdad Wednesday. rael and the Arab states on the basis of a "compromise" whereby Israel would be required to make territorial concessions was "ill advised," Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett declared here at a luncheon tendered h i m by the United Nations Correspondents As(From Washington the New York Times reported that the United States and Britain "see eye to eye on the imperative necessity" of reContinued on Pag* 3 A Rabbis Flay 'Guiding Statement' $ For New York School Teachers NEW YORK (JTA)—The New York Board of Rabbis had expressed "vigorous opposition" to the "Guiding Statement for Supervisors and Teachers" on moral and spiritual values adopted by the New York City Board of Superintendents. The 75-year-old organization, whose membership embraces the overwhelming majority of New York City's rabbis — Orthodox, Conservative and Reform— declared that adoption by the Board of Education of the Superintendents' proposals, "might well undermine our traditional religious liberties, threaten the stability and independence of our schools, introduce devisive religious controversy in the classrooms, and involve the community in constant tension." The Board said it "feels strongly that Jewish children should not be taught religious values by persons who are not religious themselves." That being so, the only practical way of preventing this is to inquire into the religious faith of the teacher. Such an inquiry, the Board claimed, would constitute a religious test, a thoroughly inadvisable invasion of the teachers' basic and traditional rights. The Superintendents' statement, charged the Board, negates the right to religious dissent—which it considers an essential ingredient of religious freedom. BtN GURI0N VIEWS RAPPFD SHARPLY Continotd on Pag* 7 A Parliament Nixes Extremists JERUSALEM (JTA>—Motions proposed by the extreme rightist Herut party and the Communists against the remarks made by Premier David Ben Gurion rejecting the mediation offer by British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden, were defeated by the Knesset here. The Herut motion, which called for a solution to the problem by the occupation by Israel of the entire territory of what was termed •historic Eretz Israel" was voted down by 54 to 13. The Communist motion, that the matter should be referred to the Committee on ForContinued on Pago 7 A



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Page 2 A ?j£frt>.ftar ldKtori Sobeloff Will be Principal Speaker At Temple Emanu-EI Mortgage Fete Simon E. Sobeloff. Solicitor | received this year-B run H'rith General of the United States, will I principal speaker when meiDr lioiN vi the qongregatjoQ "' Temple Em'Shu El gather at a dinner-dance meeting In the Fontainebeau hotel Sunday night to hum the Temple's mortgage. Judge Sobcloll. B termer ju-tico of the Mankind Couii <>t Appeals and now a President Eisenhower nominee for Judge ot the Fourth lit Court Ol Appeal-, recently president'a medal for humanitajrianisni and public ser\ ice Kabiii Irving LehrmM will fatal at HIP raertgege hurninvi ceramonx. assiated bj a group ol religioua achool students all ol whosn are grandchildren of the Temple's Eounden Samuel Friedland, president of the i Non. Mid "\\e taped that every member ol our coi gation will be on hand for this momcntoiioccasion and to do honor tO OUrguest Speaker Attendance of the dinner haalready crossed the 500 mark, and we anticipate a sellout." Judge BehaleU will he g u es t ol the Friedlands during his stay m Miami Beach. Chairman of the fund -railing campaign Is Joseph M. Hose. BBlisted by cochairmen Joseph M. I.ipton. Benjamin G Kline and Ben F. Danbaum. Honorary campaign chairmen are Harry Sirlin and Charles Fruchtman. The dinner i> being nrr;n under the ro chairmanship ol Max Boderman. Loo Robinson and Samuel I.ipton George Talianoff. program chairman for the evening, will introduce Judge Sobeloff. University Chapter to Meet wui mee^^ l mvers,,v o, Miami chapter of ru^l ^f? the^Student Zionist Organu.,,,,,,, £***** COLORED DAY WOmciiS Y0UN6 Ullltft ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE dm Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands and co-chairman with Leon J. Ell of the Mendel Fisher testimonial dinner Dec. 4 at the Di Lido hotel, this week urged members of the dinner committee to report to the Jewish National Fund office, 600 Lincoln rd., to settle accounts for tickets sold thusfar. INF of Greater Miami is sponsor of the affair at which an overflow audience is expected. Seitlin Named to Committee Appointment of Samuel Seitlin. civh leader of Miami, to member 'ship on the National Jewish Wei fare Board national health and phy sical education committee was an nounced this week by Charh 1 Arnstem committee chairman and. a member of the is Olympic Com m itt ee JWB'a health and phy sical education committee is the coordinator ol and advisor to the health and physical education pro-' grams sponsored by JWB's more than 350 affiliated Jewish ( (immunity Centers and YM-YWHAs Baghdad Alliance Flays Jewish State Continued from P*g 1 A Premiers ,n their speeches at the session. Referring to the Baghdad Pact. Turkish Premier Adnan Mendere* said: -This pact has already If !" ,h most "nportant step toward providing for the security of the! Middle hast against the danger from the north. While we are thus gradually achieving progressive organization of the Middle East against the northern danger which threatens it. I cannot refrain from mentioning the question of Palestine which worries Ua all in view of the security and stability of this area He added that the pact members all had the •duty to work for an equitable solution of the Palestine question Iranian Premier Hussein Ala also brought up the Arab-Israel dis-' pute. saying Iran is prepared to do all possible to cooperate in reaching a just settlement "Iran earnestly trusts that the Inited Nations will be able to solve the dispute which exists between our Arab friends and Israel." he said. The State Department has maintained that adherence to the Bagh dad Pact would lessen Iraq .s hostility toward Israel The United States' las, week announced its "military and political liaison" with the Bash-' dad Pact. Bender to Serve On Vet's Boord Willard H Bender has been elected to a three-year term as national executive committecman of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Election was at the 60th national e n campment ol JWV here at the end of October Bender will ser\ ice on the nation al executive hoard as well as on the board of] inquiry He sue coeds Louis Phil lips, of Miami. Bender was first commander of West Miami Post 223 and served as senior vice commander of the State Department of Florida when, in 1953, he was elected to the office of state commander. Bender is a member of the West Mami Jewish (enter and West Miami Lions Club. For the past two years, he has been on the West Miami Township planning and zoning board. He reWderwtth his wife. Estelle, and daughter, Susanne, at 5861 SW 13th ter. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301 WASHINGTON AVEftUE agasMfr mtMst, f „ e 9hmn ^ rr company of f|* New Israeli Sefer Tora Dedication %  resented by MRS. TILLIE LEVIN SWsMr, DKEM&ER 11, MH 2 p.m. A •! Mif ue program of Tor.d frerfitien is planned, will, ,,*, toftfi and refreshments WKIMf YOUR NAME AND TOUR CHIIMEN IN THE NEW ISRAELI TOtAH IT IS A MITZVAH OF A LIFETIME •tStOt YOOHifLF, I Nth i p*tt pfoHfuiT World', loroesr rasa • NttPICTrOM "Sat Year CisuMM Nracttn Nf Orkia tftct Rtsmf In' Member •! 1'iwl RrNN %  \ / if Mil Motel If offi v and ti m*>ni House Ounvrs Ufa mrt hara fa sarva yaw with a COMPUTE list Of | &f C ANNON SHEETS BLANKETS *| FIU0W CASK BATH TOWELS DISH Drapes — Curtains — Bed Pods Plastic Studio and Daveno Covers Miami Wholesale Corporal 120 NX 9th Street Cl*se4 SatMreoy—Open Sunday Pta; Asflrl TONIGHT •V el. 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ttt Region ZOA Dinner to Hear v n Wiley in Major Policy Speech Frldor. Nov.mW 25, 1955 fa,,.,, ^, MJ __ seven Southern tiuding some of the most ^ers in government [i community life in the (Baking Plans to come to b to attend the annual he Southeast region of „i organization of AmenJ*-ill be held Sunday eveL ji, at the Fontainebleau Beach dinner will be in. Wilty Balks Over Proposals Middle East ftnutd from Page 1 A %  Middle Eastern crisis. Ecessarily on the methods be used. This, the became evident when (Department, in response ies, issued a statement to Prime Minister |ifer to mediate between ad the Arab states. The i statement supported Sir : intentions but not necFbis specific proposals. The like United States-British lies in Sir Anthony's i that Israel and the Arab mpromise" their boundis, the Times report emrtt said that "the delines along the Israel; can be altered, but f mutual consent, and not There might be mutual if the Arabs and the fart within the framework linnistice agreements," he [Among some of the stateI by Mr. Sharett, in ad|to his comment about Sir fs proposal, were: *hat the Hussions hope to I" the Czech arms deal with fin foothold of influence 'Middle Easl to counter* i moves which they see as %  tial danger." 'generous financial supPwn Israel development by %  tors in the I'nited States Nation of the hopefulness 'confidence in Israel's ful" d not a sign of Israel's weakness Israel might %  Msistance for deait purposes if it had l" d MMequently had to fs for its defense forces." f A I'nited States security Fh Israel would, presumP* a deterrent of aggresM Israel." the starting gun of many similar dinners that will be given throughout the country to mobilize public opinion to influence the United Nations to take a positive stand again* Russian arm* shipments in the Middle East and to urge the UN to guarantee the borders of Israel and the Arab states, U. S. Senator Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin, ranking Republican member of the Senate foreign relations committee, heads the list of national leaders who will address the group. Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate and Congress, including those from the State of Florida, and many state officials will also be invited to attend. Sen. Wiley, who was formerly chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee, has expressed himself previously in behalf of the security pact proposed by Secretary of State Dulles, and has accused Soviet l-adership "of fomenting the present Israel-Arab outbreaks." Sen. Wiley is expected to devote his speech to the U. S. official attitude on the Middle East crisis. This year's dinner will take place during the Jewish traditional holiday of Chanuka. According to Seymour B. Leibman, president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, over 1,000 persons are expected to attend the dinner. Associated with Liebman is Joseph M. Rose as cochairman. Dr. Morris Goodman, who was chairman of the first Southeast regional dinner held earlier this year, was named honorary chairman of the event. Other members of the committee •re Ben Appel, Murray Bloom, Saul Genet, Abe Hurewitz, Morris Kristal, Oscar Lelchuk, Herbert Linick, A. Arthur Pekelner, Mr. and Mrs. Platoff, David Provus, Al Quadow, Mrs. Oida Rubin, Philip Salmon, Morris Simon, Jack Wagner and Jerome Weinkle. Page 3 A Chest Campaign Nudges Halfway Mark in Dade The county-wide 1956 Community Chest campaign now has reached a total of $507,283 of the $1 370 000 Colonial hotel, goal for the 25 Red Feather agenAccording to cies, John B. Turner, Chest president, announced at Miami Beach's Divs.on "A" first report meeting on Friday, in the Shelborne hotel. Leonard A. Wien, Beach campaign chairman, told the Community Chest workers at Friday's report meeting that a total of $84,759 or 60 per cent of Division "A"'s quota has been pledged. The Division "A" team raised $15,586 of that amount during the past week. At the same progress report last Henrlirm th~ v. i J• • ,l F^* 1 Iast year Beach workers Heading the hotel division for,had only 47 per cent in the till the Miami Beach Branch of the! W icn said current Red Feather drive are Sundav the Beach's Metropolideft lo right) Sam Rivkind, executive president of the Miami Beach Hotel Association; Miss Jenny Bennett, coordinator of the women's hotel group; andl^b an effort to wind up the enfcaul Cohen, president of the)tire Chest drive on the Beach by beach Hotel Association. Dec. 15. New Division to Meet Luncheon meeting of the steering committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Young Men's Division has been called for Tuesday noon, Nov. 29, at the Miami Julian Weinkle, chairman of the newly organized division, the group will meet in the Ecuadorian room and discuss plans for future educational meetings designed to indoctrinate young business and professional men in the community service programs of Federation. Raff Again Named Optimist of Year' For the second consecutive year, tan Division, with some 2.000 wornN Doug Raff pres ident of Miami en volunteers, set out ringi doorbells in the house-to-house campaign for the Community Chest, a full month ahead of schedMiami Sends Delegates to Junior Hadassah Confab in Atlantic City Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah. Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, sent three delegates and alternates to the 32nd annual convention of Junior Hadassah which is being held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Atlantic City this week. More than 500 delegates representing Junior Hadassah'* groups in every section of the United States are attending the four-day assembly which is charged with the responsibility of blueprinting organization programs in Israel and in the United States for the next year. Local delegates headed by Miss Sandra Frogel, 1921 SW 62nd ave., left for Atlantic City Wednesday. The Miami contingent to the national convention includes Misses Frogel, Arlene Forster, 2220 SW 13th st., and Ann Basch who hasn't returned to Miami since her trip to Israel this summer. Miss Harriet Freedman, 7301 SW 9th st., is representing the Miami Beach Unit. A distinguished array of American and Israel leaders will address the four-day sessions which will be dedicated to advancing Junior Hadassah's program of social welfare, child rescue and rehabilitation, and land redemption in Israel. Beach Little League, has been elected "Optimist of the Year" by Optimist Club of Miami Beach. With the award goes a symbolic plaque and a title which Raff will hold until November, 1956. Since joining Optimist Club of Miami Beach seven years ago. Raff has guided Little League activities through six seasons, and has recently taken on operation of the Pony League. Both of these groups offer organized baseball activities to youth of Miami Beach. In addition, he is director of Optimist Club's annual invitational tennis tournament. As Boys Work chairman of the Optimist Club, Raff is responsible for youth activities of the club. During the years of his membership, Raff has been four times a member of the board of directors, as well as vice president. Raff is a member of the City of Miami Bach planning board, board member of Greater Miami Hotel Association, member of the Variety Club, Miami Beach Apartment House Association and Hotel Greeters of America. Committee Honors if Fiberg I Hwadrut Committee of %  ami u arranging a party %  fyehudaKlnen-'s return utm American lecture [*J? •01 be hold Sundav %  J" 27. in th,. social hall Z. "*' < "nregation, we.. Miami Beach. [S Names Officers (g*JW teenif. hoys' LJ '* being sponsored by K7 h the Greater feCJ.T uni,y Center. "^AlLynnaspresi152 S?* w r Ted aWin .H*^ tre *"rer; Vw R obert Gord DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Personalized Attention Excellent Service to Yoor Catered Affairs • WfDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • ORGANIZATION BANQUETS • SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Larft r Small PHONE UN 6-8831 fa&rU/^ DAVID R0SNER, 0w %  tr•DIrte f • r HOTEL 0 fhe Ocean at 67th St. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Dietary Laws Observed Opening Tuesday, November 29 ] SEASOM 1955-56



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Page 4 A *jfewft**fcr*9/7 vJewist ffcridian Published evjry Friday tine* 1927 by the Jewish rioridian at 130 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami U. Flarlda Entered ai second-class matter July 4, 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fi.-i.. under the Act of March S. 1979. The Jewish Florldian haa abaorbed the Jt>ih Unity and th Jawish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Sevan Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Nawi Service, National Editorial Aaiociation. American Association ol English Jewish Newspapers. Florida Frost Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor end Publisher LEO MINDLIN N ewt EdHoi OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E Sbrth Street Tel ephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewish Florldlati does not .rranteo the Kasliruth or the merchandise advertted In lt columns. fiwina The Week The rally at Bj to ask what ha; Been rj:\i; r ,r ,, was held. I have been mti „ZJ'" -"''er what £2 have been mulling tn| > u One Year s c n F T •3.00 ON F A T I %  Two Voart Friday. November 25, 1955 Volume 29 Number 47 Kislev 10. 5716 UJA Seeks Emergency Immigration Fund The United Jewish Appeal this week set into motion a new campaign for $25,000,000 over and above the 1956 UJA national campaign. Purpose of this additional $25,000,000 will be to aid the immigration program of the Jewish Agency, which is now engaged in bringing over and settling in Israel 45,000 Jews from Morocco and Tunisia. This special fund has been necessitated as a result of the critical situation in which Israel now finds itself m the Near East. With the increasing military threat of her Arab neighbors, the Jewish State must divert a major share of its national budget for defense purposes. It is therefore incumbent on the American Jewish community to make up the difference to assist Israel in carrying out its day-to-day humanitarian activity in the field of rescue work. The UJA announcement highlights two significant fields in the Necr East. On the one hand, it is becoming clearly apparent that Western foreign policy (here has given the Arabs sufficient courage completely to flaunt the UN truce commission, the Israel-Arab 1948 armistice agreements and the Treaty of Constantinople regulating the use of the Suez canal. On the other, the announcement emphasizes the emergently critical situation in which North African Jews find themselves as French influence wanes there. All declarations of eguality for minority groups and friendship to the contiary. North African Jewry will experience increasing difficulty socially, economically and politically as the Moslems gam ascendancy. This is not a guestion of North African Moslem antipathy to the Jewish community but of Near Eastern Arab influence over their Moslem brethern in Morocco and Tunisia. Such influence can only mean that Arab Women's Division Conference Women's Division of Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold their second annual educational conference in the Fontainebleau hotel Nov. 30. Purpose of the conference is to apprise volunteer women workers of the role Federation plays in coordinating the activity of Miami's Jewish welfare, health and education agencies, as well as national and overseas organizations operating in behalf of Jewry here, abroad and in Israel. Women's Division of Federation now functions on a year-round basis and indicates the degree to which the local Jewish community has grown over the years. Moving to meet the increasing needs of this rapidly expanding area, women here are assuming a great share of the responsibility involved in Federation's annual campaigns. It is a tribute to their division that they recognize the urgent need of apprising their coworkers of the intricate nature of the programs in which they participate. Understanding the fateful stakes in achieving the Combined Jewish Appeal aoal annually stakes which include the welfare of the State of Israel and the progress achieved by Federation's local affiliate organizations the Women's Division has during the past three years, for example, achieved an enviable record in fund raising. In 1953, the Women's Division was responsible for $148,000 of CJA's cash total, collecting over 100 percent of its share of the campaign. In 1954, the division garnered $150,595 or some 95 percent of the CJA goal. While in the 1955 drive, the women gathered $158,483 -a figure close to the 100 percent mark. This is ample evidence of the vigor with which the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation enters into the responsibility of doing its part each year. The Nov. 30 educational conference will be especially significant in view of the current Middle East crisis and the difficult situation in which Israel finds itself today. But the Jewish community knows it can rely on this division to bring to the 1956 CJA campaign the same understanding and energy it has brought to campaigns previously. League leadership will bring pressure to bear on the newly liberated Moslems to frustrate the migratory efforts of North African Jewry to Israel with the pronouncement that Zionism in the Middle East poses a threat to the existence of all Arab peoples in the area. It seems like a weighty task indeed for a $25,000,000 fund to undertake. Nonetheless, this UJA fund will in a measure secure the conWhen unannounced news about £ ,?£? ques "o„ s {, astonishefl. History again rerUw ? ngem e"ts ilj nothing from the pa*t. **** ,lsel f: MiaJ^ We can begin wfth ..*7 ,.... ovum wren a specifir th.*. world: for generation-. mSZZlZ?.?. beachh d *' for ^nSKSS^SSR K ,**' ^ U** As result of the SlIUZT 2 East against West without Miceess T" f J* there. the_U. S. will male, irtJii-J with, Israel bearing iiSSSKSSt *i hr.7L;" rd n0( Ari, We can add a second thesis: The ZtariasTw! 1 %  has been accused of all sorts of thine/ iZ ?J m *"H State of Israel. Most of the KCU.&?^"? some have been groundless Severa %  ** n gratitude for the exalted ro,e the ZOA uSSffU age-old dream; a few fail to show the s£ H*i* uses to which the libido of mass arllr n ran '£^ "nder*, In toto the charts against the ZO A £ v ?£* B des.re on the part of many Jew, to bun u ha ,h? n 4 an organization whose usefulness is „„ lon E er and Ih!!^ refuses to succumb to rigor mortis an(1 Indium, tinued migration of North African Jewry to Israel and at the same time permit the Jewish State to negotiate the purchase of sorely needed PLANNING BEGINS WITH JUST ASSUMPTION defense weapons. By solid implication, the American Jewish community must answer the United Jewish Appeal's call with the kind of affirmative tone that the Arabs can not mistake. There can be neither hesitancy nor compromise in this regard. Certainly, if the need e Mayor Abe Aronovitz Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz is now retired. He has officially withdrawn from the mayor's office well before Mayor-elect Randy Christmas 'J^Z kTSSTS X?Z "'"7 ,_i ._ u:_ J. ..:_. mging to the attention of the State liepartment the muni y here and in Israel. The military dange \£t) result of political ami economic manipulation is TS J i.istiy espouse a. being within the province ol Zionism? practical frame of reference Those who declared th/ operated according to the principle thai tactual *£ Jewish State precluded further purpose in Zionist MK *T In the lapse of years between the War of Liberation anil crisis, the shift of emphasis has been from idealist phita pounded by Zionism to practical implementation through 1 Appeal and Israel Bond drives But Zionists can rightlyi that Israel 1 condition today requireother types ,.f pmei fronts The rally at Bayfront Park last week k icaatM This area's Zionists decider! that a mass takes up his duties. Reasons of health have dictated Mayor Aronovitz' decision to retire, as well as to leave unfulfilled his two remaining years of tenure as a member of the city commission. It is a fact beyond dispute that all Miamians interested in the welfare of their community are sorry to see Mayor Aronovitz go. For the record indicates that our city has never had a better mayor. Almost from the first day in office, Mayor Aronovitz has-been a controversial figure — aligning himself on the side of all issues which represented the best interests of the people. But this was to be expected. For Mayor Aronovitz, long before he held elective office, battled for the good of Miami as a responsible citizen who was mainly interested in progress. The record of his accomplishments in the office of mayor is too lengthy to examine here. But it is the man, himself, who symbolizes the success of his career. Mayor Aronovitz will long be remembered and, we are certain, consulted by the people—as in the days before he was elected to office—on many major interests which effect their future as citizens of this community. For Miamians trusted him when they named Mayor Aronovitz their top city official. After two years in that capacity, they continue to trust him and to hold his judgment and sincerity in high regard. There can be no greater tribute toany man who leaves a public office. ways. But Miami's Zionists continue somehow to rtnunj even if silently, by the accusations drought agaiiM th. Liberation. Conditioned by the general cry of Zioni-t u%e>a have unfortunately adjusted to a level ol mediocre infa leaves them without imagination. Leaders here started out with a just assumption. Hi wise idea for the general community to voice its protest: foreign policy in the Near East: the ZOA would assume I behind-the-scenes "co-sponsor." 20A SHUNS ITS CLEAR POWERS AT AN OPPORTUNE What affinity the local ZOA feels for the American Chrij tine Committee. I shall never understand But the (act i during the past few years. Miami's Zionists have hardly produce a single major area wide program without ACT In each instance. American Christian Palestine Committee] has been nominal and ineffectual and lias only succeeded*] the ZOA's lack of self-assurace. In any case, local Zionists again sought ACPC "st Bayfront Park venture. I voiced strong opposition (01 ciission with several community leaders well before ] ment of the rally. My feeling was that the American Ch Committee here is a name without innards, that the apparent, that ACPC would muster no show case'' would be left holding the bag. I was assured otherwise. A nationally renowned speadl brought to Miami under ACPC auspices; general commu would be gathered for this highly important venture. Further to confound the situation. Zionist officials weatl tion to seek co sponsorship, thus flying in the face of tl t ion—the need for Zionism today to speak out in an_ in days gone by. Apparently, it entered no Zionst u that the ZOA's essential need is to wrest its character %  symbol from the seemingly ineluctable identification tm\ tions throughout the nation with Israel's total destiny. Not only did Zionists fail to see that they must prove! now more than ever—if they are to preserve their wgamw ty-by going it alone, but they failed to see that tawFederation might seriously endanger Federations anthropic agency. Itisil RALLY LEAVES ZOA HIGH AND DRY Federation's functions are clear in this TQ ^ ra agency dedicated to supporting local, nations an t.ons for the welfare of Jewry at large and the je> It is a body devoted to community planning ot new tural. religious, aged, educational and family sen ,K Ition can not be compromised, nor its purposes cm %  in outright fashion political pressure action oi n } emotional rallies of nonspecific purpose. ^ That Federation did not succumb complete*' a tribute to some of its leaders who were "J" 1 4 '""" • du |y. ing pithy emotion from the basic knowledge o! i^ Thus did the Bayfront Park rally last "^ '% mm ,i sponsorship of the American Christian I***"" ion Zionist Organization, in •cooperation witn r Vor i speaker was Pauline Frederick, a prize winning mentator And the result? „. m „ n uV One has only to look to the jneral c0 r """ ( l Ra bbi ** tions media for the answer. Television '• u ^L f. and' land Mrs. Arm Brenner Meyers, noted local Z Ma !" ^ lk .thought. Mia. Frederick. Dr H. J-*"^££I* Christian Palestine Committee, was WWW* MfVfr ited ntione c Will Hi BALANCE THE SITUATION? • The morning daily heavily emphasized %  • ^ the United States to sign a security pact witni ^ ^^ ick in two paragraphs at the end of its rep ^^ Uams. by name only, three sentences from w"^ e e • A GENUINE OPPORTUNITY jg"**^UrftoJ **1 Can Zionist leaders be deluded into w gs anjib ing' community looked upon the Bayfront far* Centineed on P-9 9A



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25. 1955 ^J^MfhrM^r? Named Chairman of Dinner Honoring Rif kind Ler president of the P i0n la, hi n oH L chairmanship ol a Crently mapping plans K* region ??*$ fjho American Jewid LiAf'.. region director, W in accepting the w i!l shortly make McaoMta regarding |< for the dinner which died Sunday. Dec. 18, Countr)-Club. [speaker at the Dec. 18 he Judge Simon H. RifUer revealed. He imU into motion plans to L program for the AJ faceting Dr. Pah*, fman of A.K '• executive Jliami. appointed Mrs. L r i jfrs David Fleeco-chairmen of arrangeDr. Kurt Ptiser man ;iv ments. Jn'^ | RUWi,< h Vi< Pr, 'i l n %  <> general manager of station WTVJ will be program chairman JJ>dge R.fkinn, wlro ,. chairman Of the national executive committee of AJC. is former IS District Judge and a member of the board oi nigner education of New York law Wh rC h( CUrrpn,l >' Practices Dr. Peiser, before coming to Miami, was vice president of the University of Pennsylvania, with Harold ii Stusen, now of President's Eisenhower Foreign Operations Administration, then holding the office of president. In addition. Dr. Peiser Via a noted social worker in Detroit and Philadelphia, heading the Allied •Jewish Appeal in the latter citv Destiny in Hands of USSR • %  Pauline Frederick j -. :„ .,. ,41*. sTnod K<* % % % %  % %  tU„ — nfc Idestinv today is no die East by causing the conflicting ami and co chairman of the local Controlled Her fate is parties there to enter into direct 'ACRK chapter i the hands of the USSR negotiations to the end that they hited StateIt should may conclude a lasting peace." ads of the United NaMaurice Survis, Zionist council chairman who presided at the ral the theme of an adational television and _otator Pauline Fred[Thursday night at the Lide mil) "to meet France had issued a joint "declaracn-> in the Middle %  Bayfront Park band• the joint auspices of [Council of South FlorGreater Miami chapuican Christian Paluttee. the meeting at• than 3.000 persons— 1 preralh estimate. wd overwhelmingly llengthy resolution intro|Zion:! Council officer *r Meyer* which callStates to sjgn a t nth Israel and to sell b' arms and equipment Jlution also urged "the i to exercise its great I the crisis in the MidCooperating organizations for the rally included B'nai B rith. the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Greater Miami ly^read telegrams from Florida Jewish Federation. Hadassah the Vonornrc VrutL'L'or/1 UnlUnrl .... i -. • ._ Senators Spessard Holland and George Smathers. Holland noted that the United States, Britain and tion of policy against aggression on Israel's borders in 1950." He stated he would aid in an attempt to effect a formal pact reincorporating the policy. Smathers said in part, "In view of the Communist activity of selling arms to Egypt. I believe U. S. justified in selling arms to Israel for defense only." Other speakers included Andrew J. Sordoni, national president of. the American Automobile Associaj tion. who said 'never shall the! Jews be driven into the sea. never again shall we see six million Jews slaughtered;" Rabbi Irving Lehrman, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association; and Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of MiZionist Organization of America, Labor Zionists and the Workmen's Circle. Mrs. Mae Weinstein, state president of Hadassah, headed the speakers" committee; Charles Jacobson on the advertising committee, and Gerald Schwartz the pub1 lie relations committee. GOLF PARK HOTEL WASHINGTON AVENUE at 19th STREET • Pool • Apts. • Parking • Son Deck IS % 4 For the 3rd Successful Season— % % > M.ARRY HiJ'E ; His Accordion £ Orchestra j MUSIC A ENTERTAINMENT TO MAKE YOUR AFFAIRS OUTSTANDING Before Nooi>—HI 8-1279 After 1 p.m.—Call MO 7-7373 V v 1 •who renewed his Trunteeehip of Israel at the din%  idn J plans ,0r Israel nd wi,h Mr Share,t £^ esgQ y function in the Fontainebleau.. ANNOUNCEMENT ** Joseph GeWwurm, owner of MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE Won Avenue IE 8-3840 "ack at Miami leach mm 6im nom ^^ Mn m Hlttlw *'Seen th. DARMSTADER HAGADAH? "• i i werth yew wMt* to vbit *• M, AMI HEBREW BOOK STORE Mo" aik to tee it Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. Soultrto.ido'. largeit Peil Con'rol Co GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS j 414 S.W. 22nd AVE. Mi. HI 6-5860 Have your roof repaird now; you I will lave on a new roof later • %  S.-itifactory Work by Experienced Men" Tower Tackle Co. 2197 N.W. 7th AVE.. MIAMI 1006 N.E. 10th AVE. FT. LAUDERALE Too Quality Merchaae'Jie at florida'i lowest Prictt &f FISHING TACKLE I SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT J ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KNOWN FRO* COAJT-rO-COAST" ipoiipi ^Wi S* 1 ** Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 945 MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI 1EACH Phone JE 1-3S95 Delinquency Theme Of Tuesday Forum Youth leads all crime in the United States. This shocking fact •Ml he brought home to Greater \ Miami residents on Tuesday eve-j Bin* Nov. 29. at the Coral Gables Jewiaii (enter by Aubrev S. Brent Assistant Special Agent of the FBI here in Miami. The public is invited to attend this symposium on "The Challenge of Delinquency." The symposium will include Mrs. Mary Dial, director of the Children's Home in Kendall and a nationally known expert on delinquency whose opinions have appeared in many national publications, and Miss Marion Rubinstein, magazine writer photographer whose article "The Challenge of Delinquency" serves as the basis for the symposium. Miss Rubinstein has had articles and photographs in such outstanding magazines as Farm Journal. McCall's Christian Herald, The Voice of St. Jude, Fisherman, Page 5 A Grail, Marian Magazine and about 50 other national publications. She is the author of "Aventuring in Palestine," published by Alfred Knopf, which was included in "Outstanding Books Selected from 39 Countries," published by the International University Women. ^. Golf Pork Hotel Unveils New Pool Golf Park hotel and apts. at Washington ave. and 19th st, Miami Beach, this week announced the addition of a new swimming pool to their establishment. Owned and operated by Meyer H. Frankel and son Marvin, the Golf Park has a large parking area for guests and a sundeck with a panoramic view of Miami Beach. The operators indicated that the hotel 'is close to Lincoln rd., the restaurant area and synagogues. Our establishment offers apartments with complete hotel service, and rooms on a daily, monthly or seasonal rental basis." DEAL WITH MEMBERS OF THE Dade County Kosher Butchers' Guild and receive the personal attention to which you are entitled and that ONLY THE INDEPENDENT BUTCHER can give yoa .. OUR MEMBERS CATER TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL TASTE IN SUPPLYING YOUR FAMILY WITH THE BEST OF KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY Deal with your NEIGHBORHOOD INDEPENDENT KOSHER BUTCHER where your patronage is personally appreciated and where every attention is paid to your orders The Following are Members of the DADE COUNTY KOSHER BUTCHERS' GUILD STRICT KASHRUTH GUARANTEED SPECIAL VALUES IN EVERY SHOP) ADLERS KOSHER MEAT 4 POULTRY 1421 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-0343 COMMUNITY KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY 451 41t STREET, MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-7691 CORAL WAY KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1741 CORAL WAY. MIAMI — Phone 83-1383 CROWN KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1122 15th STREET. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-8514 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 1-1267 SOL KAHLENBERG'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY 806 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 8-4577 KAPLANS KOSHER MEAT MARKET 621 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 8-4148 LAPOF'S MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1112 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone UN 6-5223 HARRY MERMELSTEIN'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 1819 S.W. 8th STREET. MIAMI — Phone 82-5996 MIDTOWN KOSHER MARKET 423 41it 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 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH — Phone UN 6-2955' SAM'S PENNWAY KOSHER MEAT MARKET 1447 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-7060 RUBINDALE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 2117 CORAL WAY, MIAMI Phone HI 8-4766 S & M KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 810 SW. 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 ZION FOOD CENTER 1429 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH — Phone JE 1-3418



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Page 6 A +Jm§Mkc*&* racy in the Middle East and! t he preserved." The diminutive, dynamic repretatire of the Fourth District in a fighting mood as tie ,ied: "Now la the time (of af%  tive action by the United St tea and the United Nations The Ik Fast baa the greatest kindpotential of any area in the i' Id It therefore merits the •test attention.'' Turning to the Communist arms (i-. 1 with Egypt through ('/echoakia Fascell stated, "I don't ii we can afford to get ined in an intensive arms race at his time But I do know we canl afford to sit around while the s pour endlesa quantities o| arms into all the countries which surround Israel." Allen Goldberg, president of the Men's Club, presided at the sesi sion. Some 35 new members were inducted, swelling the rolls past the 300 mark. Rabbi Irvinjj Ix-hrman. spiritual leader, announced the temple's thanks for the newlv revealed projj ect of the Men's Club to provide the Temple with a complete library. Benjamin G Kline. Henry Cove and Joseph M. Rose served as din-, ner co-chairmen. Temple vice pres-1 ident George J. Talianoff introduced Fascell. and Gerald Schwartz handled the public relations Sterling Hotel Opens for Season David Rosner has announced the reopening of the Sterling hotel for the winter season on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The resort owner, whose following has been developed over more than 20 years of hotel management, is nationally known for providing his guests with fine food in the cherished tradition of Jewish orthodox) The 150-room hotel at 6767 Collie,i\r features a cuisine adhering to strict dietary rules. A dairy pool tide snack bar will be a comfortable novelty lor swimmers and sun-bathers, with all food from the mack bW served with the compliments of the management. The Sterling will operate primarily on the American plan. Ro ner revealed, but Furopean rates may be arranged, special diets, such as [low-caloric or salt free, also will be available to Sterling guests without extra charge The $1,500,000 Sterling has provisions lor banquets, seating 500 persona comfortably, and outstanding convention facilities. Its public space area, which includes a 900foot ocean terrace, massive lobby. TV theater lounge, large card room and a spacious pool and cabana section, make the Sterling hotel one of the few in Florida designed for conventions. The hotel is completely air conditioned, with individual controls in each room. Central heating is provided as well. With an eye to family living, the Sterling has replaced steps with graded walks in the outdoor play and lounge courts, reducing hazards for children and adding to the comfort of older persons. United Jewish Appeal Reveals Need Of $25 Million Immigration Fund Your Photo Beautifully Sculptured into a Hand cut 3rd dimen. • tonally from your snapshot by a master coin engraver (mutt be sideview. any inn ot your loved one. pet. achool. etc. Wear a* a charm, necklace, earring, cuff link*, tie holder, tc. $20 Head in 14 kt. Solid Gold Head in Silver al'*J We enlarge or reduce photo to illustrated sued medal Medallion 207 ALCAZAR AVI. HI 4-1813 Coral Cablet, Florida (Gables Theatre Bldg ) Mail or Phone Orders Taken Continued from Pag* 1 A 000.000 to be separate from, and additional to, the sums that the I IA will raise in 1956 through its regular nationwide campaign." Th e L'JA N ational Campaign Kashruth Still Problem Here Rabbi Israel Klavan. executive secretary of the Rabbinical Council of America, is conferring with members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation kashrut organizing committee. Irving Cypen. chairman, said Wednesday. Federation's organizing committee has been established for the purpose of creating a single and unified Vaad Hakashnith in Greater Miami and will meet on Thursday evening. Dec. 1. at Federations offices, 420 Lincoln rd. Federation has been functioning in an advisory capacity at the request of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami in an effort to clear up the kashruth problem in the community. %  DR. CECIL B. COOK CHIROPRACTOR FHONC 64 2333 LADY ASSISTANT X-Ray — Ultra-Sound — Blood Test "117 Atf SHOW TOO HOW TNI 7*ACTION TABU CAN HILf YOU." Of fie. Ho.r. fe y A,..,„lment 2905 N.W. 10th AVENUE Cabinet approved a plan for it* 57 members to visit every major Jewish community in the country in the next 30 days to secure commitments to the $25,000,000 special fund. Mr. Warburg, who is also chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, a constituent and beneficiary organization of the UJA. reported that the "JDC is waiving all rights to participation in the special fund so that it can go in its entirety for immigration and absorption in Israel." William Rosenwald. gen eral chairman of the I'JA. in keynoting the special drive at a meeting of the Appeal's top-level National Campaign Cabinet, termed it "an emergency departure from the UJA's accustomed fund-raising procedure necessitated by the grave larms crisis imposed on the freedom of the people of Israel by the Communist-F.gyptian weapons arrangement." He emphasized that "the Communist arming of Egypt has seriously limited the ability of the Israel Government to contribute to the Jewish Agency's imj migration programs, thereby mak'ing it necessary and imperative that American Jews lift this burden from the people of Israel to the fullest extent." 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Norember 25. 19W icke and Sing' [Boards at jler-Granada L and Sing." Clifford (hit plav. will he presented isler-Granada Jewish Com, Center Nov. 26 and 27 and I Shaw is director of the proand cast Includes Wynn "Bill Farhio. Muriel Stone, Marshall. In in-: I-ix. Charles [., Jack Greenberg, Morton Hd Aaron Shapiro. Awake and £ Norman Pallot. „ ke and Sing" is a realistic I n g life m New York in tjdle Thirties, during the detn era and h built around a j Family. Shaw explained [ting and scenery is being bed by Andrew ('reenhut of khersity ol Miami. rding to Pall)!. <>ne night's nance has been sold out |ete:\ to Coral Gables chapter i B'nlh. "They are selling fstnbutins tickets for this maice as a fund raising aftheir behalf.* Pallot said. ticket chairman is Sam I Karmio! is in charge of Granada ticket committee, jjpj Mickelson is in charge city. £M*!*tI*>rfdrMar! Page 7 A ^AwaktlcTsln^K 1031 5 *?** h m Clifford Odotf Awaice and bing to be presented at Flaqler-Granada lewtah Communit y CenterNoy. 26 and_27 and Dec 3 and 4. m Miami Beach Bar Association Elects Noted Attorney, Leader President Walter C. Kovner. Miami Beachi officer nf iho n,A ; t e t n 0 t rn 7-,h ha M b0Cn n e,eC,ed +\ !" ^ ^ .Tit dent of the Miami Beach Bar A* der his leadership that the cC nSJ 0 w? y !f r 1956 W3S ter the related > %  *" and ,he genannounced Wednesday e ral ordinances of the Citv of SA former special assistant attorami Beach were enacted into the 71E2 o/ S !" ',?r VnCr > C de f ,he <** of >-i Belch a graduate of Cornell University in 1951. and the Cornell law school. He was „ v' K „ admitted to the New York Bar toLS haS f e ? n act,ve in !" n V Writable and fraternal organizations. Kovner was president of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith in 1947 ] Dade county since April. 1939. andi'Si^^S 1*22 F** at the present time, he is a memI L l Hlllel Ad f v, *? r y <* %  ber of the law firm of KnvnTr t, Cl1 of the Universl, v Miami, havSL L If., ^Jf^ !._ K V J ner .. & '"8 ^en its president from 1949 to Extreme Rightist Motions Hit in Knesset Continued from Pag* 1 A Ci8n Mr ffa £n r S • de£eated by a vote of 25 t0 13 wj th 23 abstentions, atinn nmn r '. n u '? hlS address t0 the Knesset, rejected the jnedi. Promise-P „n L" ?". b as, ^ which sir Anthony had proposed-a "com. feaafetp P H.^ U K f. r '.f S T hC Premier said that P 1 0 ^ 5 1 t0 truncat chnr r y r a d n ,egaI m ral r l0 ical basis H dd d that h£J ?i 5 fr m encoura gng peace, would only bolster Arab intransigeance and aggressive intentions. ii„ n ?u W aS eS P l ecially critical of what he termed (h e "fantastic suggestion that Arab aggression should be rewarded by the concession of Israel territory. The Premier made it clear, however, that his offer to meet for peace talks with Arab leaders still stood. catering perfection Weddings • Receptions • Meetings Luncheons and All Private Parties QISCAYNE mh&W HOTEL \ v Miami's Only New Bay front Hotel Private Rooms Seating from 10 to 500 CHARLES MAY... "Still Your Host" 9-3792 I FREE PARKING 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • / July. 1938, and to the Florida Bar in April, 1939. Kovner has practiced law Announcing the Opening of Our Factory in Miami .. Manufacturers of Mannheimer, 420 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. Kovner has been a director or Jtck Show )L Says Arabs imed Jews rtinotd frpm Page 1 A %  !i. Iraqi delegate to the ^ Nations, in which he had t 'tat the "Jewish vote" ind American policy in the •k*t, was delivered in DeFer Station W.IR. Dr. JamW*h. originally delivered at %  wwomic Club, had been rej* 1 b > WJR. and Jewish com"ty leader had demanded equal lor a reply Michel's Opens On Normandy Isle Michel's, only kosher restaurant on Normandy Isle, had its premiere opeaing Thanksgiving Day. Located at 940 -71st st., Michel's caters strictly kosher meals under the Rabbinical supervision of the Vaad Hakashruth of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever is spiritual leader. Permanent mashgiach on Michel's premises is Rev. Hertz Weiss. Michel's kosher menus are prepared by the finest koafcer chefs under the personal supervision of the famous Barney. The air conditioned restaurant has the best facilities for food preparation, including three large walk-in freezers, stainless steel equipment, ice maker and other modern equipment. Michel's is now accepting reservations for kosher catered parties. Bar Mitzvahs, weddings and 1 banquets. 1953. At the present time, Kovner is a trustee ot Temple Israel of Miami. Kovner was also chairman of the Housing Authority of the City of Miami Beach for four years. He spent three years in the military service and now resides with his wife, Doris, and children, Jeffrey and Carol, at 6001 North Bay rd. PtASTICLEl rE.RS FOR BUILDING DfftJ.C rORIl S RKM .1 SIAI! OFFICES AUTO SHOW ROOMS HOTELS CUBS TAVF.RNS &BARS RESTAURANTS FTC. Changeable Signs Bulletin Boards |£ • Menu Signs • Directories • Plastic Letters FOR SCHOOLS • SYNAGOGUES Alto large selection of pricemarkers for General Merchandise, Groceries and Butchers. 1107 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 82-0291 A C E H Y SIGN CO. Envoys Urge Action Against ZOA Continued from Pag* 1 A lhrr! eS refrain from se,,ln 8 arms to Israel. He attacked Jewish l*-Aten endeaV rs n the United 'S^ 1 81 in a len th y meetin S Lth^il! drew Mr A,,en 8 attention to the "huge sums of solid !J: amour| t to more than $100,000,000 a year" for Israel. 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?=ge 8 A + k*istnorktk*n I^S^^m 25. Myers Calls for a Reappraisal of Scope, Function of Jewish Activity At Council's Assembly in Chicago \ reappraisal of the scope and functions of local Je.wi-h community was urged bs Si.mley ('. Myers, deliVerimthe keynote adtfNSS 81 the 24th general assembly of the (.'< imcil of .Jewish Federations and %  are Funds held in Chicago last week. cis i> president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and five or ten years, or should it await the impact of forces \M would shape its action'' flow can the communit> enter a fuller partnership with Cu\ernment and BOB se ca ari sai Iff 1 encies in regard to services and costsMyers served as president of the CJFWF from 1946 through 1900 ed a.s its first president in 1938. land in addition to his duties as I Myers told the 500 delegates of the j board member, is current!) chair a mbly that 'the changing needs; man of the Council's committee on in a swiftly changing world" called community organizations and the! XM i an extension munity services of Jewish comI. L. Perots School, 25 Washington ave., will present a Chanuka play Sunday evening. Dec. 4. written and directed by David Rossi. Appearing in "The Spark That Kindled the Revolt" are seated (left to right) Ronald Joselefsky, Ruth Kovnat, Steven Rubin, Mr. Rossi. Celina Decky, Rachelle Grabarnick, Michael Goldfarb. Middle row are Mitchell budget and finance committee as I well as a member of itexecutiva Federations and welfare funds commit tee have raj—d over a billion dollars in | locally and on a statewide scene, recent years for the service of Jews ne nas a j„ () participated extensively and mankind generally in the j n community affairs as first presi I nited States and throughout the d cn t „f the Greater Miami Jewish auspices which have been marked w.rW.'* Myers said. Federation and IS chairman of the jog many progressive changes in Federations have been the in-| Combined Jewish Appeal in IMS'recent years afyen la a trustee of Mt. Sinai Klapper, Sharon Hirsch. Sherrv Wm,L Pamela Migdal. Jane Fa^Io^tS Susan First. Terry Rosenueld. Co" & Back row are Neal Ha.duck. Sho^JS efsky. Susan Eisenstat. Flora DJT Renee loeowitz. Susan WarqoldSl Warmbrun and Kenny Schafer. strument for bringing diverse indeam j 1947 pendent agencies together into a M vers is president of the Council Hospital and has served as community team for united action of g^, Agencie and nas serve(l 00 communit; needs They have L, chairman of tnp Community Chest campaign He has also been called upon by the State of Florida for guidance in public welfare trustee 'of Federation since its inception. He Mas president of the Greater Miami letalll Community Center in 1952 and has been an active member of Federation's board of been the medium for finding a comasea ground despite differencei ot opinion and ideology They have introduced the criterion of relative needs ;is the basis for allocating and using communi t> resources'" New direction indicated by the changing times have been noted .w-.li leaders, Myers "id The rPate r Miami's newest proposed iss.oners; Mayer Abe Aronovit %  whelm,,, ma ortty of these I, inMltutl(in [}lNC;ivne Fed „, tm ltv of Miami; j. M S ink. trs agree that local central ( |a SavinKS and Ix)an Asaocistion Jr.. president of the Federal Home 1 Jewish community organisations „, M)amj broke Kround |as( week : L oan Bank of Greensboro: Walter I ,M rtrengthened to serva as (or he constructjon of lls new c McAllister, chairman of the Fed-1 trumenU •Is developments under governmental governors for many years Ground Broken for Proposed Biscayne Federal Savings Ass'n. Youth Program Opens at Center "How To Lead A Discussion" I was the subject of the opening session of the second annual leadership training program sponsored by the Young Adult Jewish Council of South Florida Monday evening at the Greater Miami J Community (enter. 450 SW ave. Emanuel Tropp, assistant u, tor, GMJCf. was consultant ftt( opening program. lor meeting < hanging |„ M | ( | inK a( Biscayne blvd and 18th eral Home Loan Bank; Ira Dixonj he declared He listed five "key" questions the future as; hether the scope <>f Pedera n responsibility community's Dwing will be as broad athe ed and interests hether the eomnuinitv should rve "only the poor in our dst, ( 1 our entire commilI IV Should those able to afford tkjam meet the full costs of com%  it) sen itould the Pederation lead in %  ast for the next st land W. J. Hallahan. members of Designed by Weed. Russell.! the Federal Home Loan Bank' Johnson Associates, the building | board: and William K. Divers. 1 1 s,h,.(i u |pd to he completed durformer chairman of the Federal! in{ December Organizers of the Home lan Bank board. proposed Biscayne Federal are E Albert Pallet, Miami attorney and former Assistant Attorney General; ( heKie J Senerehia. Miami or; Dr Russell A. Williams, life I insurance executive; Irwin M I Basel, Investment banker; Ksther A The proposed Association's building will feature a striking allglass front consisting of recessed glass panels set into extruded city commissioner and former mav-1 „i. .„..'_ ., u ... .w I aluminum strength with structural steel. This has allowed for a free deiyn in glass which has the effect of permitting unobstructed day1 oppell. attorney and past pre-, u „ u ,, N ,_„ _. u ,i„„. L-I. _.J„ s r ... "8 n ,0 stream into the interior of dent. Honda Association of \\om-',i,„ L„ ..._ w ,. „ 1 „,. ... ,, .the building. The one storv bind en Lawyers Joseph \\ Orr, presi B'nai B'rith Women Plan Membership Tea i.o B'rith Women North Shore !••! %  will hold its annual mem li • (he Saxonj hotel on M laj aftei 1 No* 28. Albei I Pallot. \ ice presidi nl istrid ."). will be gu< it ol hon \ diverting -kit will be preent from the chspter'8 membership. 1 Mr-. Eugene Schwarti and Mrs. Nat n are takit reset Mrs • rga Battuch is pr< of the pter. LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence all ortior points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. UEBERMAN & SONS 6SS COLLINS AVE %  dent ol John B Orr Construction I 0 Robert Le Weed architect; and Charles A Mills, Sr. a Miami resident i<>r 57 years and active in the real estate busta The eight organisers will form the proposed Biscayne Federal's ing has been planned to allow the future construction of a large mezzanine area as expansion of busi MSB requires additional working are., 'I here will IKtellers to >ei\e the inside of the building phis a drive in teller to handle auto customers id oi directors Harrj \ Brj ner. formerly associated with Dade A parking lot for customers m ral, has been named manager ,r r,; ot the building will have ol the proposed new Institution its entrance on 18th st There will rts at the Bjroundbreakin 1 in '" a reaj axil from the building to dude.1 1 D MacVicar, chairman ol ,hl parking lot for ready access to the board oi Dade Count] 1 1 SALE OF NEW AND USED PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES American Typewriter Company 3 N.E. 2nd AVENUE TELEPHONE 3-344P I M 0 i: A 1 I Z i 0 SERVICE "AT" "MAUHY" '•MAT" COULTON BROS. 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November 25, 1955 >iis i mm mm; OF 1954 HIRE ZJ^MHtrMtofi Page 9 A Nears U of Israel Bonds sold in ;, Miami to date in 1955 Lnt to more than $530,000. PL,, j,cob Shcr reported this fl, e figure, ho stated, exH, e total purchases of bonds r |he community for all of last L ||w noted that Greater Mi's goal is S750.OO0 for this year i definitely in sight." He said Uitments, principally those W at last weeks dinner of state Conns Israeli Foreign Minister jhe Sharett. 'almost make up difference between the pres[ total and the goal." J-\nd we in this community have {personal obligation to Moshe \M to fulfill our commitments Lly," Sher noted. "Greater MiI, as one of 10 cities in the Untied States and Canada selected for visits by him. and we cannot call the dinner a : uccess until all the cash is in." h,raW Action Day. which wall be held throughout the country on Dec 11. will serve as a target date for all of the collections, city manager Sidney Glazier reported Final figures on sales and commitments for the Sharett dinner pass ed $340,000. Sher said. Highlights of the dinner included large new commitments made by Trustees of Israel, Isadorc Hecht. Samuel Kipnis. Samuel Friedland. Sher, Jack (arner and J. A. Cantor. Ten thousand dollar checks were turned in, by among others, Max Orovitz, Dan B. Ru.-kin, Carl Wcinkle, Sam Blank and Hecht. Dav.d I'rovus reenroled as a Trustee of Israel and Howard Kane Dr Jns Goodman and Leon B 51: ^announced $5,000 committionn nteer W rkers for Acllr Day ere as kcd to enroll at A % % Mi$niiied Service j I NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. Newman Funeral Director MIAMI BEACH 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 %  % % %  %  %  %  a iLBHHB i 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 J: 4 4 :: 4 4 J 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I


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-fart^nnriritor
Jacobson to Show Non-Objective
Paintings at Exhibit in Delano Hotel
tives runs the week of Deo. 4 to 11.
An opening reception Sunday
afternoon, 3 p.m.. Dec. 4, will have
hostesses Mrs. Bert Collier, Mrs.
Robert Shorr. Mrs. Sam C.ertman.
Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Jacobson,
Mrs. Max Temchin and Mrs. Max
Drossin, wife of the sculptor.
Mrs. Shorr, the formerly Eunice
Weinkle. owns the Jacobson "Jam
Session."
Hostesses are members of an in-
formal "Jacobson Club" now num-
bering 46 families in the area.
A Jacobson painting was chosen
recently by Brandeis I'niversity to
hang in its permanent collection
and shares the same wall with a
Bracque. Last year Jacobson exe-
cuted the now-famed "floating
mural" for the home of architect
Bernard Goodman, where its func-
tional use as a room-divider won
mously as president of the state fefl(ure on h ,.Arts and Ar.
association for the ensuing year.
Artist Charles R. Jacobson opens
a new one-man show of modern
art in the Fala room of the Delano
hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Jacobson's first show there five
years ago heralded the first to take
place in any Miami Beach hotel.
The new exhibit of 20 non-objee-
Rabbi Machtei New
President of Florida
Cemetery Group
At the sixth annual convention
of the Florida Cemetery' Associa-
tion held in Ponte Vedra Beach,
this week. Rabbi S M Machtei. vice
president of Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery. Miami, was elected unani-
Rabbi Machtei had been treas-
urer since its inception. Retiring
president was Fred B. Mohle, of
Jacksonville.
chitecture" magazine. The mural is
lu-t of its type in South Florida,
suspended on steel cables.
The first cubist mural in the
nation's first Hillel Foundation at
was paint-
by Jacobson in 1927. Just this
year Jacobson did a mural for the
Howe Tampa, second vice presi- _,._._ ._____. ;,,_, ..____
^ _. nations most recent Hillel rounda-
Serving with Rabbi Machtei willl^ Vnnvr^v (lf I|linois ,
be James E. Nelson. Jr. Penso-1, JacoDM)n ln 1927_
cola, first vice president; Blame
dent; Clifford R. Coffin. Daytona
Beach, secretary; J. Vernon Wen
dorph. Jacksonville, treasurer.
The following directors of the
Florida Cemetery Association were
elected: Jack Camplain and Pey-1
ton Wilson, of Miami; and Robert
Knopke of Tampa.
The new officers were installed
by T. A. Johnson, of Clearwater. a
past president of F.C.A. and a di-
rector of National Cemetery Asso-
ciation.
The next annual convention will
be held in the Greater Miami area,
in the fall of 1956.
tion at the I'niversity of Miami.
The new show will demonstrate
some intriguing advanced handling
for "tactile" attraction expressing
various textures in builders' sand
and dimpled aluminum. Previously,
Jacobson experimented with lucite,
stainless steel, cork, wires, wood
and plastics.
Piano Recital Scheduled
At Yomen Studios
Piano students of Margaret
Yomen will be heard in a recital
Sunday at 1800 Michigan ave.
To be heard are Renee Cherin.
Edith Beck. Stephanie Mannes.
Dorothy Green. Barbara Goldsmith.
Frances Leilberg. Louise Fishberg. I Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, promi-
North Dade Women
Schedule Affairs
Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish
Center is planning two affairs next
week.
On Monday evening, Nov. 28. a
card party will be held at Mac-
Arthur Dairy.
On Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 29.
there will be a paid-up membership
tea at the Center. Mrs. Bemice
Berger. membership chairman, and
co-chairman Mrs. Maurice Neu
have arranged as guest speaker
Elizabeth London, daughter of Dr.
Seymour and Rose London. Greta
and Miriam Wolff, daughters of
Dr. and Mrs Wolff.
nent Miami attorney and vice chair-
man of the Dade County Board of
Public Instruction.
Radio and TV star, Lauri Rob-
1 ins, will entertain.
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O h i f ii
JULIUS DEUTSCM
64 of I'-'" SW 61*t died N'ov '* '"
,i hoepltaL Mr. Deutaofe, World
War I veteran. a member of
Jewish War Veteran* of the I nlted
He wan adjutant for Slate
tniciil >( Florida and Norman
Hru> Rrown I'ost of Miami. 8ur-
In. ludc hla wife. Florence; two
daughters, Hn Robert Nason and
Mrs. Murray Habboa. two grandchll-
.ii. n. Hubin and Rosa; four sisters
and one brother Qordon'tj Funeral
Home was In charge of arrangement.-,
:o. Burial waa ln Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
sn, of :'iJ Trail le ave.. a retired pl-
0Haar .Miami Reach merchant, died
.\..\ M In I lo. . to Miami Reach .11 >eara ago fiom
Jacksonville. He waa a member of
K'nai II rlth. Ileth l>avld Synagogue.
!i Homo for the Aged and Mi-
ami Zlonlal District. Burvlvlns are
a daachtar, Mrs. Isaac Welnkle; and
tour alatera. including Mrs. Kannle
| \1 i. in. i. larlgnn and
Mrs Lena Goldstein. Services were
Nor, -'-' In Oordon'a Miami iha|iel,
with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. BESSIE SKLOW
IS, Of ZM1 SW ...Ih at .In.I Nov 19
IBM In i.' eight years ago Innn
Now York Sho ktevee her huaband.
Jacob; two daughters, Janet Hklow
and Mrs Louis h'alk; a brother and
two giand. Inl.lun Service* weie Nov.
_! in Gordon's Miami fTiapal. with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. TILDE AVIN8
7rt. of M0] NW ltth ave. who came
i.. years ago from Yonkei*.
N V .11. .1 NOV. In. She Ih survived
bj In i husband, Abraham; four
dims In i-ra. Mra. I >ora Lorach, Mrs.
Dendra Milmed. Mra Ktty I*>mbard
an.I Mrs. Beatrice Kraaman. it -on.
Samuel elht grand, hll.lien and six
real grandchildren. Servicea were
Nov u |n Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with bunul in Mt Sinai Ceme-
tery.
HARRY S. ABERMAN
M, of MO Lakt \"lew dr.. died Nov. 17.
IK- cams bars IS years ago from chl-
. .is.. He wan a member of Temple
Emanu-Rl, ll'nm H'rlth and the Ma-
.-iii. lodge. Re leaves hia wife. Mm-
lluee .n. Julian R.. Mvlcs
and BheMoa J.; two brother* and a
Bister, services ware No* *o in Klv-
ei side-Reach Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy Isle, with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
ALBERT GOODMAN
I. of SSsS North Hay rd.. operator of
ili>- Hailem KViuai,, night <-lub and
liquor .bain store owner, died Nov.
1^ He came here II year* ago from
New York and belonged to Miami
Bea< h Hlblseas lodge and Klka. He
waa pa*t prealdeat of the Florida
Retail Liquor I*ealem Aaarx-laHon. Ha
is aurvived by hla wife. Betty: a won.
Stewart: and two daughter*. Sandra
and Suaan Services were Nov SO In
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel
waatibMrtaa ave., with burial in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA 8TEINBERGER
SO. of SMI s\V 9th at., who oame here
U years ago from New York, died
Nov l!> she leave* a daughter, Mr*.
'i. it rude Wallach. and a eon. Jack
W. Wachter Services were Nov. II
In Gordon* Miami chapel, with burial
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ABRAHAM RAONER
''. Of 11'" Euclid ave. Miami Reach,
died Nov. 1. Rlveralde-ltea. h Memo-
rial Chapel, Washington ave.. waa In
(barge of arrsnfements.
MRS. ADELE SPITZER
M. of ::. s\v tlal rd., died !*b r.
*a r.- Nov IS in Oordon'a
Miami Chapel, wuh buii.il iii New-
York.
MRS. MARY METSKY
ho..... from
led Nov l i
son, Robet i Uerrltt: a
Mi- I Robert I ,
,.! one i""iher Pa
wen Vox In Rli I
lal chapel \\ shlncttin
Ith Inti r menl m Mt n. i.
ALBERT R. KOCH
I NK lUth at a retired
i- contractor, died N..\. || 11,
i as;a fi "in i ihio
' In. hide lu wife. Kui
sin m id) ii im a
Hsrvlces and
Im*. I > with
i Memorial Chapel,
IBjftoa a\.-.. In barge.
PHILIP E. LEEB
of M : \i.i.,ti avs a retired fur-
in, died No\ |< lie
came here fixe yean in from i'hi-
ago. Rurvivora Include hi* wit.., i.ii-
i and three -l-
and burial srera In
st, ith Ith. r-nl. Bea. ii M. -
chapel, Normandy lie, in
barge of ai isns< m< m*
MRS. ROSE EHRMAN
' ,,f Waahlnsjtan svi died Noe

York and la .m. Ived b) h<
'"' ,Jki mo aona; i,. .i uighters.
Including Mrs inns Hanover; and
grandi hildren s. rvk ea w.-re in
"> Tor*, with N.wmai. Oordosj r*a-
11 >H La barge of airai^e-
MRS ETHEL MARCUS
.. or ii nv I'M, ivi died N..v II
year, ago from
> Harbor. M ,.
Mr* Kara), r.. auhtei Baa'
wmiJL";.' ,,AKl" ","1 "M" brother,
William Beeka N,
U|.with tnteraastM la Mt. N.
GERTRUDE CHERNICOFr
W BW SOU) ave ,.. came
irolt, died
She lea v... B hu-l*(1 \V|I
Mm Meah "H 'm |, o iTCXk "'"a
c^bwere#?5e'^?,.,^'^ i
rlei
MORRIS OREENBLATT
M. of 1ii3< l>rexel ave., died Nov 14
A retired manufacturer of children*
coeta, he came here seven year* ago
from New York. He leavea hla wife
Anna; two sons, I>r Louis Oreene ami
l>r Norman Oreene; and a daughter
Mm. Sylvia 8haw Hervlces and In-
terment were in New York, with Riv-
erside-lies ch Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave., in charge of arrange-
no Ills.
MRS. MOLLIE OOLDICH
'.7. of 17S North Hhore dr.. died Nov.
8 In a local hoapital. Born In Phila-
delphia, she had lived here for all
year* snd Is aurvived by her huaband.
Herman; a son. I>.ul* and a daugh-
ter. Mra. Hnlrley Westheron. Remain*
were sent to Philadelphia for ssrvlcei
snd Interment by Riverside-Reach
Memorial Chapel.
MRS. JENNIE WEINSTEIN
R5. of IMS SW Sth St.. died Nov 10 In
a hospital. She Is survived hv two
daughters. Mrs. PYnnces Fab snd Mrs.
Ann Itaumgold; and three son*. Mur-
ray. Al>e and Arthur Welnateln. Rlv-
erslde-Reach Memorial Chattel sent
remains to New York for service, and
Interment.
MRS. CLARA 8HULL
71. of MS Kuelld ave.. died Nov. <1 She
came here JO years ago from New
York and Is survived by her husband,
Harnett: two sons. Harry and Bd-
ward: a daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Kati;
and two sisters, including Mrs. Qussle
Rubensteln. Services were Nov 10 In
Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel. Al-
ton rd.. with Interment In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
JACOB ZOLUN
7*. of Ml Michigan ave.. who came
here 10 years ago from New Tork. died
Nov. 9. He belonged to the Hebrew
Academy and la survived by hla wife.
Kannle; a sister. Bertha; and a son.
Irving. Servicea were Nov. 10 In River-
aide-Reach Memorial Chapel. Alton
rd., with interment in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery'.
MRS. YETTA NICK
?*, of lj.'. Bay rd.. died Nov. 11. She
came here 30 year a ago from New
York and la survived by two aona,
Robert tSerlnger and Walter C.erlnger.
Kervicea were Nov. II In Riverside-
Reach Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.,
with interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MISS SOPHIE BERMAN
*-!!, of 2C0 Euclid ave who came here
23 years ago from Jersey City, N.J.,
died Nov. 12. She leaves a brother.
Slgmund. Services were Nov. 13 at
Gordon'* Miami Chapel, with burial In
Mt. Klnal Cemetery
charge sx-.i^^
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one brother, \|nrr'" ^"n*!
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lngt..n av*. wh interWf
Nebo < emetery. ^l'
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here for fh> yeara, A mTd
a daughter, Mrs, HlWmni^
survive Service* wrriXTil
slde-lteach Memorial ekL
rd., with burial In Ftaai^
I'ark.
MRS. JENNIE an
81. of '..ii ;i Alton rd, 12 yean ag., fn.m Rag Tortl
Won I She || .iirvived bvt,
Mrs. Irma Herman: 1 |
two brother*. Maurir* as)
Cohen: and two rrandcWIewJ
Icei \r,| i ,n RJvmM
Memorial Chapel. Xormanihla
burial In ill. Nebo Omtuq,
MRS. HANNAH FI$HK_
"t. of 7711 IM-kens ave, dkd]
She .-ame here II yen 1
Ituffalo and leavea bar _
Iuls: a aon. In- .''moel; i|
ter, Mrs. Ira 1- Powimr; 1
brother*. Remains strt sat'
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Page 10 A -fart^nnriritor Jacobson to Show Non-Objective Paintings at Exhibit in Delano Hotel tives runs the week of Deo. 4 to 11. An opening reception Sunday afternoon, 3 p.m.. Dec. 4, will have hostesses Mrs. Bert Collier, Mrs. Robert Shorr. Mrs. Sam C.ertman. Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs. Max Temchin and Mrs. Max Drossin, wife of the sculptor. Mrs. Shorr, the formerly Eunice Weinkle. owns the Jacobson "Jam Session." Hostesses are members of an informal "Jacobson Club" now numbering 46 families in the area. A Jacobson painting was chosen recently by Brandeis I'niversity to hang in its permanent collection and shares the same wall with a Bracque. Last year Jacobson executed the now-famed "floating mural" for the home of architect Bernard Goodman, where its functional use as a room-divider won mously as president of the state fefl(ure on h ,. Arts and Ar association for the ensuing year. Artist Charles R. Jacobson opens a new one-man show of modern art in the Fala room of the Delano hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4. Jacobson's first show there five years ago heralded the first to take place in any Miami Beach hotel. The new exhibit of 20 non-objeeRabbi Machtei New President of Florida Cemetery Group At the sixth annual convention of the Florida Cemetery' Association held in Ponte Vedra Beach, this week. Rabbi S M Machtei. vice president of Mount Nebo Cemetery. Miami, was elected unaniRabbi Machtei had been treasurer since its inception. Retiring president was Fred B. Mohle, of Jacksonville. chitecture" magazine. The mural is lu-t of its type in South Florida, suspended on steel cables. The first cubist mural in the nation's first Hillel Foundation at was paintby Jacobson in 1927. Just this year Jacobson did a mural for the Howe Tampa, second vice presi_,._._ „;,,_, .. %  „ ^ %  _. nations most recent Hillel roundaServing with Rabbi Machtei willl^ Vnnvr ^ v (lf I|linois be James E. Nelson. Jr. Penso-1, JacoDM)n ln 1927 cola, first vice president; Blame dent; Clifford R. Coffin. Daytona Beach, secretary; J. Vernon Wen dorph. Jacksonville, treasurer. The following directors of the Florida Cemetery Association were elected: Jack Camplain and Pey-1 ton Wilson, of Miami; and Robert Knopke of Tampa. The new officers were installed by T. A. Johnson, of Clearwater. a past president of F.C.A. and a director of National Cemetery Association. The next annual convention will be held in the Greater Miami area, in the fall of 1956. tion at the I'niversity of Miami. The new show will demonstrate some intriguing advanced handling for "tactile" attraction expressing various textures in builders' sand and dimpled aluminum. Previously, Jacobson experimented with lucite, stainless steel, cork, wires, wood and plastics. Piano Recital Scheduled At Yomen Studios Piano students of Margaret Yomen will be heard in a recital Sunday at 1800 Michigan ave. To be heard are Renee Cherin. Edith Beck. Stephanie Mannes. Dorothy Green. Barbara Goldsmith. Frances Leilberg. Louise Fishberg. I Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, promiNorth Dade Women Schedule Affairs Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish Center is planning two affairs next week. On Monday evening, Nov. 28. a card party will be held at MacArthur Dairy. On Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 29. there will be a paid-up membership tea at the Center. Mrs. Bemice Berger. membership chairman, and co-chairman Mrs. Maurice Neu have arranged as guest speaker Elizabeth London, daughter of Dr. Seymour and Rose London. Greta and Miriam Wolff, daughters of Dr. and Mrs Wolff. nent Miami attorney and vice chairman of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Radio and TV star, Lauri Rob1 ins, will entertain. Gl ASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE V fc M •* STOtI FRONT PUTI ana 1 WINDOW CUSS II V Bn ft tj J ST oRf FRONT PUTI one WINDOW CUSS • i furnUuf Tops, Beotled Mirrors ami •esjfveriaf Our Socially !L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works' { 136 S.W. 8th St Morrij Or lie PHONE 3-2728 • ->wv. l Deposit Insurance Corp. nernuer feder.1 Reserve System O h i f ii JULIUS DEUTSCM 64 of I'-'" SW 61*t died • N ov '* '" ,i hoepltaL Mr. Deutaofe, World War I veteran. *• a member of Jewish War Veteran* of the I nlted He wan adjutant for Slate tniciil >( Florida and Norman Hru> •• Rrown I'ost of Miami. 8urIn. ludc hla wife. Florence; two daughters, Hn Robert Nason and Mrs. Murray Habboa. two grandchll.ii. n. Hubin and Rosa; four sisters and one brother Qordon'tj Funeral Home was In charge of arrangement.-, :o. Burial waa ln Mt. Nebo Cemetery. CHARLES GOLDSTEIN sn, of :'iJ Trail le ave.. a retired pl0Haar .Miami Reach merchant, died .\..\ M In I lo. .eara ago fiom Jacksonville. He waa a member of K'nai II rlth. Ileth l>avld Synagogue. !i Homo for the Aged and Miami Zlonlal District. Burvlvlns are a daachtar, Mrs. Isaac Welnkle; and tour alatera. including Mrs. Kannle | \1 • i. in. i. larlgnn and Mrs Lena Goldstein. Services were Nor, -'-' In Oordon'a Miami iha|iel, with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. MRS. BESSIE SKLOW IS, Of ZM1 SW ...Ih at .In.I Nov 19 IBM In i.' eight years ago Innn Now York Sho ktevee her huaband. Jacob; two daughters, Janet Hklow and Mrs Louis h'alk; a brother and two giand. Inl.lun Service* weie Nov. •_•! in Gordon's Miami fTiapal. with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. TILDE AVIN8 7rt. of M0] NW ltth ave. who came i.. years ago from Yonkei*. N V .11. .1 NOV. IN. She IH survived bj In i husband, Abraham; four dims In i-ra. Mra. I >ora Lorach, Mrs. Dendra Milmed. Mra Ktty I*>mbard an.I Mrs. Beatrice Kraaman. it -on. Samuel elht grand, hll.lien and six %  real grandchildren. Servicea were Nov u |n Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel, with bunul in Mt Sinai Cemetery. HARRY S. ABERMAN M, of MO Lakt \ "lew dr.. died Nov. 17. IKcams bars IS years ago from chl. .is.. He wan a member of Temple Emanu-Rl, ll'nm H'rlth and the Ma.%  iii. lodge. Re leaves hia wife. Mmlluee .n. Julian R.. Mvlcs and BheMoa J.; two brother* and a Bister, services ware No* *o in Klvei side-Reach Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ALBERT GOODMAN %  I. of SSsS North Hay rd.. operator of ili>Hailem KViuai,, night <-lub and liquor .bain store owner, died Nov. 1^ He came here II year* ago from New York and belonged to Miami Bea< h H lb lseas lodge and Klka. He waa pa*t prealdeat of the Florida Retail Liquor I*ealem Aaarx-laHon. Ha is aurvived by hla wife. Betty: a won. Stewart: and two daughter*. Sandra and Suaan Services were Nov SO In Riverside • B e a ch Memorial Chapel waatibMrtaa ave., with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. ANNA 8TEINBERGER SO. of SMI s\V 9th at., who oame here U years ago from New York, died Nov l!> she leave* a daughter, Mr*. 'i. it rude Wallach. and a eon. Jack W. Wachter Services were Nov. II In Gordon* Miami chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ABRAHAM RAONER %  '•. Of 11'" Euclid ave. Miami Reach, died Nov. 1. Rlveralde-ltea. h Memorial Chapel, Washington ave.. waa In (barge of arrsnfements. MRS. ADELE SPITZER M. of ::. s\v tlal rd., died !*b r. *a r.Nov IS in Oordon'a Miami Chapel, wuh buii.il III NewYork. MRS. MARY METSKY < s f I I BlK lid ave., Miami B %  ho from led Nov l i %  son, Robet i Uerrltt: a MiI Robert I •,.! one i""iher Pa wen Vox %  In Rli • I lal chapel \\ shlncttin Ith Inti r menl m Mt N. I„. ALBERT R. KOCH I NK lUth at a retired • icontractor, died N..\. || 11, i %  as;a fi "in i ihio % %  %  In. hide lu wife. Kui • sin m id) ii im a Hsrvlces and Im*. I > with i Memorial Chapel, IBjftoa a\.-.. In barge. PHILIP E. LEEB of M : \i.i.,ti avs a retired furin, died No\ |< lie came here fixe yean in from i'hi••ago. Rurvivora Include hi* wit.., i.ii• i and three -land burial srera In st, ith Ith. r-nl. Bea. ii M. chapel, Normandy lie, in • barge of ai isns< m< m* MRS. ROSE EHRMAN % %  • ,,f •" Waahlnsjtan svi died Noe %  • York and la .m. Ived b) h< '"' ,Jki mo aona; i,. .i uighters. Including Mrs inns Hanover; and grandi hildren s. rvk ea w.-re in "••> Tor*, with N.wmai. Oordosj r*a11 >H • La %  barge of airai^eMRS ETHEL MARCUS .. or ii NV I'M, ivi died N..v II %  year, ago from %  > Harbor. M ,„. Mr* Kara), r.. auhtei Baa' wmiJL";.' ,, AKl 1 M brother, William Beeka N • U|.with tnteraastM la Mt. N. GERTRUDE CHERNICOFr W BW SOU) ave % %  ,.. came irolt, died She lea v... B hu-l*„ ( 1 \V|I Mm Meah H 'M %  |, o iTCXk "'"A c^ b were # ?5e'^? ^'^ i rlei MORRIS OREENBLATT M. of 1II3< l>rexel ave., died Nov 14 A retired manufacturer of children* coeta, he came here seven year* ago from New York. He leavea hla wife Anna; two sons, I>r Louis Oreene ami l>r Norman Oreene; and a daughter Mm. Sylvia 8haw Hervlces and Interment were in New York, with Riverside-lies ch Memorial Chapel, Washington ave., in charge of arrangeno Ills. MRS. MOLLIE OOLDICH '.7. of 17S North Hhore dr.. died Nov. 8 In a local hoapital. Born In Philadelphia, she had lived here for all year* snd Is aurvived by her huaband. Herman; a son. I>.ul* and a daughter. Mra. Hnlrley Westheron. Remain* were sent to Philadelphia for ssrvlcei snd Interment by Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel. MRS. JENNIE WEINSTEIN R5. of IMS SW Sth St.. died Nov 10 In a hospital. She Is survived hv two daughters. Mrs. PYnnces Fab snd Mrs. Ann Itaumgold; and three son*. Murray. Al>e and Arthur Welnateln. Rlverslde-Reach Memorial Chattel sent remains to New York for service, and Interment. MRS. CLARA 8HULL 71. of MS Kuelld ave.. died Nov. <1 She came here JO years ago from New York and Is survived by her husband, Harnett: two sons. Harry and Bdward: a daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Kati; and two sisters, including Mrs. Qussle Rubensteln. Services were Nov 10 In Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.. with Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JACOB ZOLUN 7*. of Ml Michigan ave.. who came here 10 years ago from New Tork. died Nov. 9. He belonged to the Hebrew Academy and la survived by hla wife. Kannle; a sister. Bertha; and a son. Irving. Servicea were Nov. 10 In Riveraide-Reach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd., with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery'. MRS. YETTA NICK ?*, of lj.'. Bay rd.. died Nov. 11. She came here 30 year a ago from New York and la survived by two aona, Robert tSerlnger and Walter C.erlnger. Kervicea were Nov. II In RiversideReach Memorial Chapel, Alton rd., with interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MISS SOPHIE BERMAN *-!!, of 2C0 Euclid ave who came here 23 years ago from Jersey City, N.J., died Nov. 12. She leaves a brother. Slgmund. Services were Nov. 13 at Gordon'* Miami Chapel, with burial In Mt. Klnal Cemetery charge „ sx-.i^^ 74 MM iv,V*" -In? a •*•, DMSI ''' %  "< here Zzi t"* uft ;•', York:*?, 1 here for fh> yeara, A mTd a daughter, Mrs, HlWmni^ survive Service* wrriXTil slde-lteach Memorial ekL rd., with burial In Ftaai^ I'ark. MRS. JENNIE an 81. of '..ii ;i Alton rd,

November 25, 1955
ew Teachers Association Slates
Series of Eight Lectures in Miami
^Jewlstfkrirto+.n
- Tcach.-r- Association of
^Miam.thi- week opened a
i^iht lectures *tenlinK
., will I'e conducted en-
vk Faculty consists
lour members of the association
velopment of Hebrew liturey is
Cantor Berele Kelemer. of MUmJ
Helirc-w School and Cooffejatio
/.u Kuvnkran/;, of Beth DivM
Synagogue faculty. is slated in a
talk on "Visual Aids In Claaaroom
Procedure." Joshua 7. gtadlan
president of Histadrut Ivrii will
deal with "Samuel David Luzxato
and his Times. '
These subjects the association
announced, will constitute the four
lectures by members of their or-
ganization.
Rabbi Mayer Ahrammvitz. of
North Shore .Jewish (enter, will
be among lecturers from the Rab-
binical Association. Subject of his
discussion is impact of the State
of Israel on Hebrew Education in
America." Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David, will speak on
"Methods of Improving Our
in Hebrc
nembeis o
four of '!"' heater Miami
Ibinical A-ici.ilion.
f Joseph .1 rhirwitx, faculty
Lbcr l ""' I diversity of Mi
[ Z pedaled to discuss "A
hh Approach lo the Psalms/'
nting apecific trend- in the dc-
iropractor Uses
Methods
new method lor the drugless
itment of "arthritis, bursitis and
,r crippling diseases" is being i School
a used by I)r, Cecil ,
B Cook chiro-1 Also schpdl|lcd are Rabbi Tibor
praetor, at his!Stern- ?*th Jacob spiritual leader,
in a talk on "The Mishna as the
Deuteronomy of the Torah" and
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth Kl
Congregation, in "A Significant As-
pect of Talmudic Source Materials.
First session opened Saturday-
evening at Kneseth Israel. Educa-
tion committee of the association
Page 11 A
r. -,
new building lo-
cated at 2905 NW
110th ave.
The treatment
consists of appli-
cation of "ultra-
's o u n d waves".
! Of. (Mk
JOA Appoints
Paritz Southeast
Region Director
JWk Panitf has been appointed
director -if the Southeastern ifettf!
mot the Joint Defense Appeal, it'was
i announced by Kmil Bergen, nation-
1 al director of the Welfare Fund Di-
vision of JDA.
The Joint Defense Appeal is the
fund raising arm of the American
Jewish Committee and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
As JDA Southern regonal direc-
tor. Panit/ will cover the states of
Alabama, Florida. Georgia. Louisi-
ana, Mississippi. North and South
Carolina. Tennessee and Virginia,
where he will help interpret the
many-sided research and education-
al programm of the AJC and ADL.
Panitz attended the University
of Miami and took graduate work
at Columbia University. During
World War II, he served with the
U.S. Array in North Africa and
Italy.
Louis Shafkin, chairman of Mi-
i ami Beach planning board, has
been elected president of the
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Members' Exhibit
Lowe Gallery members are being
invited to submit Ueir work for
the fourth annual members' exhibi-
tion in December, according to
Robert Tyler Davis, director of the
University of Miami gallery.
Only gallery members may enter
work and. as in past years, the
show will be juried.'
A Beaux Arts donation has en-
abled Lowe Gallery to increase the
number of prizes being offered tfaia
year. A one-man exhibition at the
gallery during the 1955-56 season
and $50 in cash is first priae. Other
awards include one $50 prize, two
S25 prizes, three $15 prizes and
seven $10 prizes.
Winners will be announced at
the formal opening of the exhibi-
tion on Sunday, Dec. 11.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA
No. 185169
MINNIE M'ssman, Plaintiff,
\ B.
FREDERICK E. LEO and
SHIRLEY LEO, his "il. .
SI al, Defendniit*
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
FREDERICK K. LEO and
SHIRLEY LEO, hi^ nil ,
rasideitcs unknown;
iiml each and any of the
named Drf.-ndantM. If living
If dead, the unknown heirs, il-v-
arantee*. assignees, II-u-
creditora, traatees, or other
nartiea ot claimants daimlni
ihi"ugh or under or acalnsl
Bjbove named Defendajita, an H
parties hitsrtna or eJaimlng to
any right, title or Inti '
in the following aeacrlbed |i op-
ri\. situate, i> inn. and be
i iavde County. FI.m Ida, t" wit
I..I : in HUii-k l. i>f LAWN DALE
Mil ADDITION, a.cor.linn lo
1'lat thereof, r......rded In rim Bo k
It ..I Pace M ..f the Public Ri
of Dude County, Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ii.ii a suit has bean brought ag
you in the Circuit Court for D
county, Florida, in Cbjtncery, by
MINNIE N'I'SSMAN. Plaintiff, foi
purpose ol Foreclosing; htortgag.
the absn'e deaerlhed property, and you
are hereby required to serve upon
Plaintiff's attorney, MAX R. sn.\ ER,
fSS Reynold rtiiliiiiiig, MLajnl S3, I
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HEREIN FAIL NuT. or' judgment
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DATED, this L'rii-fi day of Novel
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBT C.IVKN tbat
the undersigned, desiring to ISM
huxine''- under the fictitious nani. '
TII.I.IK'S AI'TS., at ::4.i S.W. 9th t..
Intend t" register said name with tli-
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Coonty, FI..111I.1.
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TII.I.IF. KLFIN
KR88LRR CAltS
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IN THE CIBCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065
MITZI M. BRIDES, Plaintiff,
vs.
JEROME SKIIU'S, Pefendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: IKKoMi: SEIDES
Knrsbay ltod
Motisey, New Yik
V..I' AltF HEREBT NOTII
thai .1 Cinpl.-rtnt for Divorce has
filed against rou, and jrou are hi
required t" serve .. ."l1^ of
Answer t>. Hv- Complahit for I'i-
..II Plaintiff* Attorney* and file 'lie
original Anawer rn the Office <.t \t\*
Clerk .'t the Clt cull Cm t. on >.i bje-
fore the 3>tii day ..f Dacemb. r,
1-. the allegations of aid 1
l.laiin will l>e taken s< confi
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Dated this uth day of November,
' '""" E It. l.l'.VTIIKKMAN.
cieik <>f the Circuit 1
By: WM W STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
ROMMER. FI'.ANK .y
WKSi'i.N". B0QS.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
One I.in...In It.mil Building
Miami Hiiili, Hull.la
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
ID*. IN CHANCERY. No. 135076
ALBERT MARKER, Plaintiff
K VTE MARKER, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: KATE MARKER
K1I Rair.l Blvd.
. tasnden, New Jei
Toll M'.K HEREBY NOTIFIED
1l1.1t a BUI of C.ininlalnt fi"' Di'
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November 25, 1955 ew Teachers Association Slates Series of Eight Lectures in Miami ^Jewlstfkrirto+.n Tcach.-rAssociation of ^Miam.thiweek opened a i^iht lectures *tenlin K „.„„, will I'e conducted enVK Faculty consists lour members of the association velopment of Hebrew liturey i s Cantor Berele Kelemer. of MUmJ Helirc-w School and Cooffejatio /.u Kuvnkran/;, of Beth DivM Synagogue faculty. is slated in a talk on "Visual Aids In Claaaroom Procedure." Joshua 7. gtadlan president of Histadrut Ivrii will deal with "Samuel David Luzxato and his Times. These subjects the association announced, will constitute the four lectures by members of their organization. Rabbi Mayer Ahrammvitz. of North Shore .Jewish (enter, will be among lecturers from the Rabbinical Association. Subject of his discussion is impact of the State of Israel on Hebrew Education in America." Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David, will speak on "Methods of Improving Our in Hebrc nembeis o four of '!"' heater Miami Ibinical A-ici.ilion. f Joseph .1 rhirwitx, faculty Lbcr l ""' I diversity of Mi [ Z pedaled to discuss "A h h Approach lo the Psalms/' nting apecific trendin the dciropractor Uses Methods new method lor the drugless itment of "arthritis, bursitis and ,r crippling diseases" is being i School %  % %  —A used by I)r, Cecil B Cook chiro1 Also schpdl| lcd are Rabbi Tibor praetor, at his! S tern ?* th Jacob spiritual leader, in a talk on "The Mishna as the Deuteronomy of the Torah" and Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth Kl Congregation, in "A Significant Aspect of Talmudic Source Materials. First session opened Saturdayevening at Kneseth Israel. Education committee of the association Page 11 A r -, — — new building located at 2905 NW 110th ave. The treatment consists of application of "ultra's o u n d waves". Of. (Mk JOA Appoints Paritz Southeast Region Director JWk Panitf has been appointed director -if the Southeastern ifettf! mot the Joint Defense Appeal, it'was i announced by Kmil Bergen, nation1 al director of the Welfare Fund Division of JDA. The Joint Defense Appeal is the fund raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. As JDA Southern regonal director. Panit/ will cover the states of Alabama, Florida. Georgia. Louisiana, Mississippi. North and South Carolina. Tennessee and Virginia, where he will help interpret the many-sided research and educational programm of the AJC and ADL. Panitz attended the University of Miami and took graduate work at Columbia University. During World War II, he served with the U.S. Array in North Africa and Italy. Louis Shafkin, chairman of Mii ami Beach planning board, has been elected president of the 14 club. WTV TELEVISION PROGRAM SCHEDULE Frfahry thru Monday FRIDAY MORNING "SATURDAY I According to Dr. Fran Stefan Zach, i I s ,n c ha of arrangements. InItfae Hollywood Presbyterian I ,u w ded •?. Mrs J z Stadlan. Mrs. rial, this new energy seems *f bec a ^ P^ n Louis Gadtm and testable for the treatment of Mrs *""• Ulss Dr HurwiU is faKMs connected with painful over all chairman. (local congestion, inflammatory ^ *.*.*. { I degenerative diseases of the ', NEW T|ME FOR ^peripheral nerves, ske. y|MJS|| CUJJfCAl ^ J Test Pattern | y 00 Today 7:151 •• 7:30 7:41' | 8:00 Ding Dong School : Morn. Western | • : "5 | 8:30 On Tour Account I Bj45 Cart on Show SUNDAY MONDAY I Morning Show! •# Weather j?ig.n O n I Morn Inn Show Morning' Show Cupt. Midnight I Lamp Cnto Ft. I Garv Moore Lauscles and smooth mu*cles." Ir Cook also specializes in the [of traction table for treatment Bine conditions. • :00 Gary Moore 9:15 Jljg! To .. Be Announced I Super Circus 'took Up. Live I Arthur Godfree 10:00 Del Russo 10:151 10:30' Strike It Rich I0:6i I Spaaa Patrol Thin is the Life i I I Buffalo Bill Christophers I Strike it Rich Listen fo SCHACHTER'S Mil y a w viun.nius -awr, S.ndar 2 p.m. and r tsrs Fri.ay 4:30 a.m. ea) [UDIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAL %  rVofram It the first ami has raw Urftlf Hutting MJMCt Naaatir'e Yiddish Claosieal Hour i t Mill be heara every Sunday from % > > I [Wish I orum 0i Tht> Air" I */"' %  i 2 O'clock High Komlc Korner I Xoon Edition Wild B. Hlckok I Welcome frae ...> | 12:30 W.lr-ome Traveler I 12:45' | 1 ;00 Lrunch With Judy Football litOl Art Llnkl.tter 1:45' lnrluatry Parade C0MWST0 NEW YORK? Stay ol this modern 25ssory hotel. Ail rooas oultlde eipoiwra. lorge, beoulifully iurniihed roomi with kitchenette, arivota balk. lroM.J0 doily. Two roo •wilti Irom }••& &f JPtCIAl M0HTNIT aattsi ak-seaaHlealm) >-** BEACON •road~oy ol 7Jth SI.. Naw York Otear WiMtuk, **-w|ii Oiredef *:uu Pig Payoff" 2:15 2:301 Jack Cobb 2:45! I Living Faith To Be Ann'ced Football Western Menu Magic Houseparty 3:00 Jackie's Ho'.ise 8:15' 3:30' Valiant Lady 3:45 Secret Storm I I Blgr Payoff I Jlob Crosby 4:00 Alrc Cibson 4:151 4:30! 4:451 I I Disneyland Dollar a Sec. :' I Br-ch W. Judy On T. ACCOUBI To Be Ann'ced Startlme i 5:00 f.lenn & Ml.key 5:15 Superman S:30i S-45' Shopper's Ctilde Pace Nation I Jackie's House I Alec Gibson I vTilly ; The Lucy ShowJUnn Ml.key I I H. Casi-ldy I Capt. Gallant Paltl Pase I News Picture I Shopper's Quld EVENING 6:00 Political 6:10' Weatherman Lone Ranger i Studio 57 I 7:00 Mama 7:16 7:30 RigPlayback 7:45 Let's r.o Fishing Marines I Weatherman I Jack of Sport* I Doug. Ed ward t ,„, ..;..;, Renlck Rcportt I Jackie Gleason I Toast of Town I Burns ft Aller ... | Talent Scouts 6:15 .lack of All Sports I 6:30 Point. Edwards (Jack of Sports Jack Penny 6:45 Renlck R.-portinp I News 8:00 Playhouse of Stars 8:15 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 8:43 I Two for Money I Ronald Reagan I Love Lucy I I y.iv. Husband I TV Theatre I favorite Story I I LtnTu vaitcry jlnTcS Members' Exhibit Lowe Gallery members are being invited to submit Ueir work for the fourth annual members' exhibition in December, according to Robert Tyler Davis, director of the University of Miami gallery. Only gallery members may enter work and. as in past years, the show will be juried.' A Beaux Arts donation has enabled Lowe Gallery to increase the number of prizes being offered tfaia year. A one-man exhibition at the gallery during the 1955-56 season and $50 in cash is first priae. Other awards include one $50 prize, two S25 prizes, three $15 prizes and seven $10 prizes. Winners will be announced at the formal opening of the exhibition on Sunday, Dec. 11. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA No. 185169 MINNIE M'SSMAN, Plaintiff, \ B. FREDERICK E. LEO and • SHIRLEY LEO, his "il. SI al, Defendniit* NOTICE OF PUBLICATION FREDERICK K. LEO and SHIRLEY LEO, hi^ nil rasideitcs unknown; iiml each and any of the named Drf.-ndantM. If living If dead, the unknown heirs, il-varantee*. •assignees, II-ucreditora, traatees, or other nartiea ot claimants daimlni ihi"ugh or under or acalnsl Bjbove named Defendajita, an H parties hitsrtna or eJaimlng to any right, title or Inti %  %  in the following aeacr lb ed |i op• ri\. situate, i> inn. and be i iavde County. FI.M Ida, t" wit I..I : in HUii-k l. i>f LAWN DALE Mil ADDITION, a.cor.linn lo 1'lat thereof, r rded In rim Bo k It ..I Pace M ..f the Public Ri of Dude County, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ii.ii a suit has bean brought ag you in the Circuit Court for D county, Florida, in Cbjtncery, by MINNIE N'I'SSMAN. Plaintiff, foi purpose ol Foreclosing; htortgag. the absn'e deaerlhed property, and you are hereby required to serve upon Plaintiff's attorney, MAX R. sn.\ ER, fSS Reynold rtiiliiiiiig, MLajnl S3, I Ida, a copv of your answer or defenses and to fHc with the I of valil Court wiur w jit ten answi defenses on or before the Mrd of Di i.inii.i. AD. 1">"'. if vou have at HEREIN FAIL NuT. or' judgment will he enternd against you. DATED, this L'rii-fi day of Novel B, B. I.KA'I'HKRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Conn B) JOAN i OCKNoVEn. i.'iciiit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk II ES I'.''-'-?-1Profes. Frther Adventure What's M. Line l 9:00 The Line Up :15' I 9:30 Person to Person I Bandstand .Studio One 10:00 Perrv Como 10:15 Niglit Story I I o/uuf CHOOSE \ K Eddie Cantor I Sunday News Rao. t'eciorm. l:i3 .-IB111 -...., t"l. I e,,.^,,,, r,. ,w10:45 Mas.|iier.i.le Pa'ty If I-ed 8 Lives Cnll the Play t m t ptureif IWOO News, Weather I Ruin on TheaT P! Pl.i> house I News: TYestheJ MiHTonper I. _• \"J*"* k 11:30 11:45 Sign Off •2:001 12:151 I Big Town Pattl Pace Key West I Mid Theatre I I Sign Off Sign Off %M Aw y from the noita of fha loop—yat readily ^"sstbla in 15 minute$. Chicago's largeit !" *J within 10 minutes from airport. 600 !J. cdern comfortable rooms—complete facile$ for business and social functions. *'UIAM r. HUFF, CM. *§r. S1 NY ,SLAND AT CHICAGO PHONE SI ^TY SEVENTH FAJrfai 4-5100 HOME OF THE FAMOUS • Jusf 3 minutes from New York City's Grand Central Terminal and conveniently neor to the Fifth Avenv* shopping district, the Lexington 'centrally located. Its 801 outside, rooms are all equipped with combination tub and shower both, I circulating ice'wafer, full-length mirror, 4-sfation radio. Television. .'•New York's Friendly Ho.eT Near the United Nations LEXINGTON AVLAT4M ST. NYC I? NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBREBT C.IVKN tbat the undersigned, desiring to ISM huxine''under the fictitious nani. TII.I.IK'S AI'TS., at ::4.i S.W. 9th t.. Intend t" register said name with tlicierk of the Circuit Court of Uade Coonty, FI..111I.1. MAX KI,F1 N TII.I.IF. KLFIN KR88LRR CAltS Attorneys for \i>tilleants ITW W. Flag lei St. II 1 v-r. — 12/2-9 | IN THE CIBCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065 MITZI M. BRIDES, Plaintiff, vs. JEROME SKIIU'S, Pefendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: IKKoMi: SEIDES Knrsbay ltod Motisey, New Yik V..I' AltF HEREBT NOTII thai .1 Cinpl.-rtnt for Divorce has filed against rou, and jrou are hi required t" serve .. ."l 1 ^ of Answer t>. HvComplahit for I'I..II Plaintiff* Attorney* and file 'lie original Anawer rn the Office <.t \t\* Clerk .'t the Clt cull Cm t. on >.i bjefore the 3>tii day ..f Dacemb. r, %  1-. the allegations of aid 1 l.laiin will l>e taken s< confi "-t >"" %  .. Dated this uth day of November, '""" E It. l.l'.VTIIKKMAN. cieik <>f the Circuit 1 By: WM W STOCKING Deputy Clerk ROMMER. FI'.ANK .y WKSi'i.N". B0QS. Attorneys for Plaintiff One I.in...In It.mil Building Miami Hiiili, Hull. la II I as — 1 1. t--n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID*. IN CHANCERY. No. 135076 ALBERT MARKER, Plaintiff K VTE MARKER, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: KATE MARKER K1I Rair.l Blvd. tasnden, New Jei Toll M'.K HEREBY NOTIFIED 1l1.1t a BUI of C.ininlalnt fi"' Di' has been riled aaalnal you and yf-a nairad t" file your anaw er I" the Office HI the clerk .rf the %  i i de l iounty, Klorlde. at f your %  m-w IT on the Plain attorn, USEl'O ROSRNKBA; ES^Ck. One I in.oln Road BldJ M Htoi Ida, .1" %  hefon tb. ilav o: i in or a default will he entered aj: vmi. _,. I ..I thi.-i N'M IS. IJfc... E H l.FA'I'HKKMAN. Circuit Klerk It II KICK. .'R. (Seal) Depttl 11, %  :, 12/2-^-U



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Page 10 A i ~4€B>nHrkMan Jacobson to Show Non-Objective Paintings at Exhibit in Delano Hotel Artist Charles R. Jacobson opens a new one-man show of modern art in the Fala room of the Delano hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4. Jacobson's first show there five years ago heralded the first to take place in any Miami Beach hotel. The new exhibit of 20 non-objecRabbi Machtei New President of Florida Cemetery Group At the sixth annual convention of the Florida Cemetery Association held in Ponte Vedra Beach, this week. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, vice president of Mount Nebo Cemetery, Miami, was elected unanimously as president of the state association for the ensuing year. Rabbi Machtei had been treasurer since its inception. Retiring president was Fred B. Mohle, of Jacksonville. Serving with Rabbi Machtei will be James E. Nelson, Jr., Pwiaocola, first vice president; Blaine Howell, Tampa, second vice president; Clifford H. Coffin, Daytona Beach, secretary; JVernon Wendorph, Jacksonville, treasurer. The following directors of the Florida Cemetery Association were elected: Jack Camplam and Peyton Wilson, of Miami; and Robert Knopke of Tampa. The new officers were installed by T. A. Johnson, of Clearwater. a past president of F.C.A. and a director of National Cemetery Association. The next annual convention will be held in the Greater Miami area, in the fall of 1956. tives runs the week of Dec. 4 to 11. An opening reception Sunday afternoon, 3 p.m.. Dec. 4, will have hostesses Mrs. Bert Collier, Mrs. Robert Shorr. Mrs. Sam Gertman, Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs. Max Temchin and Mrs. Max Drossin, wife of the sculptor. Mrs. Shorr, the formerly Eunice Weinkle. owns the Jacobson "Jam Session." Hostesses are members of an informal "Jacobson Club" now numbering 46 families in the area. A Jacobson painting was chosen recently by Brandeis University to hang in its permanent collection and shares the same wall with a Bracquc. Last year Jacobson executed the now-famed "floating mural" for the home of architect Bernard Goodman, where its functional use as a room-divider won feature attention in "Arts and Architecture" magazine. The mural is first of its type in South Florida, suspended on steel cables. The first cubist mural in the nation's first Hillel Foundation at the University of Illinois was painted by Jacobson in 1927. Just this year Jacobson did a mural for the nation's most recent Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. The new show will demonstrate some intriguing advanced handling for "tactile" attraction expressing various textures in builders' sand and dimpled aluminum. Previously, Jacobson experimented with lucite. stainless steel, cork, wires, wood and plastics. Obituaries JULIUS DEUTSCM of *:'ll BM bint at., dlnl Nov 1"< jn ,. local hoapltal. Mr. Deutaoh, %  world W.n l v .1.1 ii. • a nif inner ol Jewtah Wai Vatarana of the united B tales' He WHH adjutant f>r BUM ,,, ol Florida and Norman Hruce Rrown Poet "f Miami. SurVlVOra in. hid. %  his wife. Florence; two daiia.ht.i-. Mix It.bert Nation and Mrs Murray Rabbos; two grandchil,1,, n Robin and ROM; four slstera ..n.i oaa brother Qordon'g Funeral Home was In charge of ananK.ni.nl.. 10. Burial waa In Mt. NabO Cmtery. ^^^^ CHARLES OOLDSTEIN sn. ..r n?l Prairie ave.. a retired ploaeer Miami Beach merchant, died ,\,.^ L'n in ,i |.., il h...-|.ltial. He came to Miami Beach SI years a no from Jacksonville, Ho waa a member of B'nal H'rlth. Beth Havld Synagogue. Jew lab H..in.f..i the AKed and Miami Zionist District. Hurvlvlai aw a daocbtar, Mra laaac Welnkla; and four sisters, including Mr* Kiuinie iberg, Mr. JonnM Mcilgnn and MiLena Uoldateln. Barvlco* wera Not U in Uonlon's Miami i'Impel, with burial In Ml Nebo Cemetery. Piano Recital Scheduled At Yomen Studios Piano students of Margaret Yomen will be heard in a recital Sunday at 1800 Michigan ave. To be heard are Renee Cherin. Edith Beck. Stephanie Mannes. Dorothy Green, Barbara Goldsmith. Frances Leilberg. Louise Fishberg, Elizabeth London, daughter of Dr. Seymour and Rose London, Greta and Miriam Wolff, daughters of Dr. and Mrs Wolff. North Dade Women Schedule Affairs Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish Center is planning two affairs neit week. On Monday evening, Nov. 28. a card party will be held at MacArthur Dairy. On Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29. there will be a paid-up membership tea at the Center. Mrs. Bernice Berger, membership chairman, and co-chairman Mrs. Maurice Neu have arranged as guest speaker Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, prominent Miami attorney and vice chairman of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Radio and TV star, Lauri Robbins, will entertain. Gl ASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE V fc m • •* STOIf OMT PUT! and WINDOW CUSS rurnirwr* Ups, Beveled Mirrors and Ktuhtring Omr Specialty : I A. .. Glass and .Mirror Works' 136 S.W. 8th St • l l i Mirrit Orlim PHONE 3-2728 • 11 -'w-'v MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd t Phone MO 1-8201 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Your valuables and important papers will be safe in a deposit box 0 at" rentals as low as $4.40 a year MERCANTILE SAFETY DEPOSIT CORP. LINCOLN ROAD AT WASHINGTON AVENUE Mpmhpr Feder De P $lt Insurance Corp riCIHUCr Federal Reserve System MRS. BESSIE SKLOW 16, Of 2i!l SH ...th el died Xov 19. sin. .inn' ii.r.eight vaara ago imm New v..ik. Bhe leavea her buabaad, Jacob; t.. daucptera, Janet Sah.w iinil MrLoula Fa Ik; n brother and iw.i mHint. hil.ir.n Bervlcaa were Nov. L'I in Uordon'i Miami chapel, with burial in Ml. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. TILLIE AVINS 7J, of 1401 N\V nth ave., who came ban inyeara %  <*<> from Tonkera, NY. .11..I Nov. It, she In aurvlved by bar husband, Abraham; four daughtera, MrDora Lorocb, Mra, Dandra Mllmad, MiF.tty l-.mi>ard and Mra. I lea trie,Kcaamai Hamuel; eight grandchildren and six (treat grandchildren. Services were No* :'i In Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel, with buiml in Mi. Slnal r t.-ry HARRY S. ABERMAN 64. of v.-,, |„, K ,. View dr.. .lie.l N.,v. 17. Ha CUM ban IS reara HI from chl1 '" Ha .iu membar of Temple Bmanu-KI, K'nal B'rlth and Hie Maaoali lodga Ha laavaa Mix wife, Mtnthree MM, Julian it. Mylaa .in.l Sheldon J., two i.i.-tli.-is and a .-inter Bervtoea arara Nov. M in KivrraMe-Beach Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle, with burial In Ml. Nebo Cemetery. ALBERT GOODMAN .-I. of Ms, North Bit* id, operator of the Harlem Knuare night i-lub and nquor .ham alar* owner, died Nov. IS. He earn* her* 1". yeara urn from Near York and iM-longed to .Miami Jieoh Hlbiaaaa lodntand Vrika. He \\M paal i.i.-ldent of the Florida Retail Liquor I>ealern Aaaorlatlon. Ha isurvived by hie wife. Batty; a mn, Btawart: nnd two daurhtem. Sandra and Huaan Servk-ea were Nov SO In Rtvaralda Baacti MemoHal Chanel. %VanhinKton ave., with builul in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. ANNA STEINBERGCR SO of 2..JT S\V Mth at., who .-ame here -year-. ao from New York, died Nov 1*. She leaven a daughter, Mra. %  ..•I iiu.le Walla.h. and a aon, Jack W. Vvarhtrr Barvleaa were Nov 11 In ilordoti> Miami Chapel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ABRAHAM RADNER ... Of SSt BuclM ave. Miami Re... h, d d ^ oV '*• R*araida-Baacb Memorial r ba|tel, Wanhlnaton ave., waa In charge of air.iiK.iii.-nta. MRS. AOELE SPIT2ER M. Of 141 s\V tlal ,.i.. ,i„,i \\,v |8 gfrvlcaa wara Nov IS la Oordon'a Miami th..i..l, Huh bun.il in Naw ^ork. MRS. MARY METSKY i i %  Bu. lid ave Miami r ".' %  from x %  i • M Not la. e i%  • I von • n, Robi 11 Mi i %  II o lEht. Mra s. Rob. -i i and i ma bi other Hi N'o\ I'. in IU\. ralde I M r. m """ 1 W Bhimton l!h Int. in.-m in \lt N, i„, | ALBERT R. KOCH N NE lUth at .- retired "" 1 ai tor, died Nov, II n, : .-in Ohio 2 ,n Ida inwife, Rum N Otadyi Hakam a and • %  In Columbua o with M l al Chapel astoa ava,, In .barge. .. .-. PHIL,P E L EEB • r "" ', ^bboll avi a ,. -tired furin, died Not IH He '':•"•' '" %  in from 0,1% %  aao. Burvlvpra Induda hi* if.-. 1 .at%  brothara and three >la•and burial were In ., '.•'!"'•.-,"" h |{ ^"-"iBaach Mamortal 1 I,.,,.. I Normandy l-lr, in "' arrana n il MRS. ROSE EHRMAN "• ':; *a dilacton ..v. .u.,i \-,, v „-' 1 ; aro from x •'; \' '' %  • • bj bar huaInk. two M.na; i,. dauahtara, '';''" Hanover ,. n .i '' f." h lldren w ,. rr lM N. w rorh with Newman Oordoa naaaia ..1 arranVa. MRS. ITHEL MARCUS 11 NW KHh ave., d,.,i N„V || She eanie h, HtJHmr, Mich Btirvlvora m MrJ"^'r >">-'' %  ; %  < lr "" mothar. wii a Heche, Kervlce. were Nov '' '•"• I" Ml v GERTRUDE CHERNlCOrr .* SU M< ava.. who came II iwiw, rrom i...,,„„. ,,„.,, ,L. U '-• v :" h'i'land % %  am, three -onII....... LI.L ., IM.I lack i.-i„L •,"" lr > rink, Murray '..'....i.ia.sl.lVnk". ^--burlallnliV^^r MORRIS OREENBLATT f. of ln.16 IHrexel ava., died Nov. 14 A retired manufacturer of children's c.Mila, he came here aeven yeara a*., from New Yorh. He leavea hla wife Anna: two none. I>r. Loula Greene and Pr Norman Greene: and a (laughter Mra. Sylvia Rhaw Kervl.ea and Interment were In New York, with Hlveralde-Ileach Memorial Chapel. Washington ava., in charge of arrangement*. MRS. MOLL IE OOLOICH T.7. of 173 North Hhore dr., dint Nov S In a local hoapitnl. Horn In Philadelphia, ahe had lived here for lx and In urvlved hy her huaband. Herman: a win, lula: and a daughter. Mra. Shirley Weatheron. Remalnn were aent to Philadelphia for service* and Interment by RiversideBeach Memorial Chapel. MRS. JENNIE WEINSTEIN *S. of IMS S\V Sth st.. died Nov. 1ft In a hospital. She Is survived hv two %  laughters. Mra. Frances r>b and Mrs. Ann Itaumgold; and three sons. Murray. Al>e and Arthur Welnsteln. Rlvei-elde-Beach Menvulal Chattel sent remains to Naw York for aervlcea and Interment. MRS. CLARA BHULL 71. of S4S Ruclld ave died Nov. 9 She came here !0 years ago from NewYork and Is survived by her husband, Barnett; two anna, Harry and Kdward; a daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Kati; and two alstera. Including Mra. Oussl.Rubensteln. Services were Nov. In In Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel, Alton rd with Interment In Mt. Nabo Cemetery. JACOB ZOLUN 7. of S'.l Michigan ave.. who came here 10 years ago from New York, died Nov. S. He belonged to the Hebrew Academy and Is survived by hiwife, Fannie; a slater. Itertha: and a aon. Irving. S.-rvI.es were Nov. 10 In Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel, Alton rd., with interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. YETTA NICK 7*. of li.i Bay id., died Nov. 11. She came here JO yeara ago from New York and la survived oy two aona, Robert tierlnger and Walter Gerlnger Services were Nov. It In RiversideBeach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.. with Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MISS SOPHIE BERMAN M. of 2* %  of TDi rvS "0 •atate ..|...„,," !" 1 v. p^ '•'the found^^'B-rg ''"', %  •talar, M„ c^Ci one brother Mnrri. *^nBfl %  hlldren. S .rvW ,^ **\ Wverslde-Sich j52 *m\ Normandy M '''mo^ti PblUdalphta. Wllh tab aT'c'b.pr^fl Kobe,, Se,v|,.;,;^t,M MM ave.. wl th IntenwlrP Nebo t emetery. | ._. MBS. LINl KAMs *of l0| l^-nox .v"*-] here for five yeara AlaTl a daughter. Mr-, HIMuVl side -lie,, h Memorial Cbarf i'l in burial In FlijU/i .. MRS. JENNIE mn "1. of ,2|| i|t„ n „) w ^ 12 yea i.. from Hag Tnrtl Nov | she |. .iirvivedkral Mra Irma Herman: a aa i two brothers, Maurir* u4 %  Cohen: and two rrandrlt'iaj Ices were N'oi i m RltwaT^ Mamorial Chapel. XormiiubM burial In Mt. Nebo Ctmt<*i MRS. HANNAH FltMaa .. of 7711 Dickeni aw, dk4J She came her* IS v*art i Buffalo and leavti bar %  Ixiuin, a son, Iir. Samiwl: a| ter, Mrs. Ira L. Powaxf: a biothers. Remains were wall falo for services and lab Riverside Beach Memorial. Acim MONDAY, NOV. thru JAN. I $ POST TLMI \M f |\ / CrwdtUiw $1.M1 Club HOUM 3.00 BkidwriS] \pmplet4 Dinini Fw-M Raiervofioai 1 ito/MOrKiw775i| WOMINOISAOMITTB^ 6US SERVICE DIRECT TOTtaM FROM MIAMI, MIAMI KM-1 HOLLYWOOD .JUAUOHWli LI6rlT = 9W # HAPPIER FLORIDA mm M riOtitA aomi Wat W*^



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No vember 25, 1955 rew Teachers Association Slates Series of Eight Lectures in Miami hhrcw Teach\ Nation of Zt Miami this week opened a uh t lecturesaateixlm* mrtw' 11 '"' rM1(,ucted cn D, m tUbn* Faculty consists L r member-"i the association four of i'"' t'r cater M,aml binical A Uon. Joseph .1 Hurwitl, faculty Bber at the i niverstty of Mi,. sctedalcd lo discutl "A L Approach t" the Psalms." iting specific trends in the development of Hebrew lituryy k Cantor Berele Kelemer. of Miami Hebrew School and Codfcrefalforj /vi Kasenkran*. of Beth DivM Synagogue faculty, is ,].,,e,l ,„ a talk on -Visual Aids in Classroom Procedure/ Joshua Z. Stadia" president of Histadrut Ivnt srjlj deal with "Samuel David Luzzato and his Times.'' These subjects the association announced, will constitute ihe f„ ur lectures by members of their or ganization. Rabbi Mayer Aliramowitz. of North Shore Jewish Center, will be among lecturerfrom the Rabbinical Association Subject of his discussion is impact of the State of Israel on Hebrew Education in America." Rabbi Yaakov Rosenopractor Uses w Methods ^method for the drug.ess ^.TTt^T^iTrnMoSkZ mf ntofar.h l ,.,s.burs.t I sand i Mctnods o£ • *** on r rriDDling diseases is being <.,„„, .. H ,n u u r Page 11 A Cw* ?ing |used by Dr. Cecil .IB. Cook, chiro"p r act or, at his new building located at 2905 NW k10th avc. The treatment consists of application of "ultrasound waves". According to Dr. Fran Stefan Zach. I |the Hollywood Presbyterian I jpital. this new energy seems isuitable for the treatment of %  HW connected with painful [local congestion, inflammatory 1 degenerative diseases of the I and peripheral nerves, skelimu-cles and smooth mut>cles." Cook also specializes in the lof traction table for treatment pine condition*. School.' Louis Shaikin, chairman of Mii ami Beach planning board, has Also scheduled are Rabbi Tibor been elerteA nZZu t .i_ Wor 'd War II. Stern, Beth Jacob spiritual leader, ^"? P reside ^ of the v s Army £ in a talk on The Mishna as the 14 c]up Italy. Deuteronomy of the Torah" and Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth El Congregation, in "A Significant Aspect of Talmudic Source Materials. First session opened Saturday evening at Knescth Israel. Education committee of the association is in charge of ariangements. Included are Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, Mrs Rebecca Lipson, Louis Gadon and Mrs. Ruth Miss. Dr. HurwiU is overall chairman. WTVJ TELEVISION JO A Appoints Paritz Southeast Region Director Tuck Panitf has been appointed director *f the Southeastern ri • of the Joint Defence Appeal it' was announced by Kmil Bergen, national director of the Welfare Fund Division of JDA. The Joint Defense Appeal is t hefund raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. As JDA Southern regonal director, Panitz will cover the states of Alabama. Florida. Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi. North and South Carolina. Tennessee and Virginia, where he will help interpret the many-sided research and educational programm of the AJC and ADL. Panitz attended the University of Miami and took graduate work at Columbia University. During he served with the North Africa and Italy Lowe Gallery Slates Members' Exhibit Lowe Gallery members are being invited to submit their work for the fourth, annual members' exhibition in December, according to Robert Tyler Davis, director of the University of Miami gallery. Only gallery members may enter work and. as in past years, the show will be juried." A Beaux Arts donation has enabled Lowe Gallery to increase the number of prizes being offered this year. A one-man exhibition at the gallery during the 1955 56 season and $50 in cash is first prise. Other awards include one $50 prize, two $25 prizes, three $15 prizes and seven $10 prizes. Winners will be announced at the formal opening of the exhibition on Sunday, Dec. 11. LEGAL NOTICE PROGRAM Friday thru Monday SCHEDULE 7:00 Today JlW %  • 7:30 7:451 FRIDAY MORNING SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY .Morning Show Test Pattern R.OO Ding Dong School Morn. Wasters I 8:30 on TOOT Account I R:4S Cai 1 on Show i Weather s*s*A*% listen to SCHACHTER'S )MLY JEWiSB PROGRAMS .Biff Sunday 2 ism mnd tin. Friday 4:30 p.m. M I RADIO STATION WMIE 1140 ON YOUR DIAl ) htftim is the first nmi has fhe Urfttf litttmmg AsWience ****** [Jewish I ornm 0i The Air" *T-10:00 to 11:00 |JJ, |trtt: WMK (1140 M eiel) "Its Various f eal ures "A NftfMGf OF MUSIC W. Sheldon Edward's ""W* ond Directed by S/MON SEIDEN **• irt 4#. 4 4 4 Hour < 4 P. 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Illckok I Welcome frs* l! 00 Lr V. nch Wiln Jur Diide County, Florida Vul ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thiit a sun has been broUChl against you "I the > 'ii i "lit louri for I I'oinit v, Florida, In 'ban :ei y, by MINNIE NI'SSMAN. Plaintiff, for the |. arpi.se of Foreclosing Mortgai: the aberve descrii>ed property, and • < are hereby required t-> serve upon PlalntHPs attorney, MAX R. SILVER, IIL'L' Boybold BuHding, Mlajnl 82, I Ida, a ipv of your answer or n defenses and to fHe with the < of sabi Court your written anawe defenses set or before the 88rd of I'-, Diner, A.D. \*:<~-, if >-• n have •• HEREIN FAIL WOT, or Judgi will be en wed against you. DATED, this ISPd day of Noven A.D. 1855 K. 1! I.F.ATHKR.MAN'. Clerk of Circuli Coin i By: JUAN COURNOYER, ii-iK'iiit Court leal) Deputy Clerk 11 83 U'-L'-O-IS7:00 Mania 7:15 7:30 Hlr Playback 7:45 I ''.-lilng Jackie I Burns A Allez Talent Scouts i 8:00 Playhouse of Starsl Two for Money | Ronald Reagan 1 Love Lncy 8-15 | 8:30 t>:r Mis Brooks I Pav. 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Its 801 outside, rooms ore) alf equipped with combination tub and shower bath. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NllTICK IS llERKHY HIVKN the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam. Til.I.IK'S APT*., at S4I S.W. 9th St.. Intend I" register said name with Ihe rierk of the Circuit Court of Dade i '..lint v. Kloi nla. MAX KLEIN Til. 1,11". KLK1N KKSSI.EIt & SAM Attorneys for Applicants ITS.. \v. FWstr st. 11/18-28 — 12/'.'-!i '„. circulating ice 'waitr, full-length mirror, 4-station radio. Television. ."New Yprkt Friendly HofeT 4fafcf,Jgtrittjfoi Near^the United Nations EXIW6T0H AVtAT 4Wi ST, H.C H; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065 MIYZI M BE1DES, Plaintiff, vs. JEROME SEIDES, n.f.nilant. 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Prominent industrial designer Harry Lintky of Chicago and wife Blanch* will visit Miami Beach for several weeks to study local hotel architecture and residential buildings. Harry* trip here has been timed so that he and Blanche can serve as hosts-of-honor at the oneman art exhibit of Charles R. Jacob*on Dec. 4 at lino hotel • Harry and Charlie had their art training in Chicago and thibiled extensively in the Windy City. The duo often Ejted on decorative murals and commercial designs in well [restaurants and clubs. Lch* and Charlie's wife, Ruth, who last week was guest [Tat a surprise birthday party given by the Philip Weinke sisters and will head the hostess group at the art show Lilvn and Morton Fellman are sending the cutest birth anient to friends of the arrival of Shelley Ardit Nov. 5. I announcement is in the form of a blueprint from the I Engineering Company, 230 SW 51st ct., and Marilyn and represented as chief producer arid consultant, respec,cial Notice: Code Name for Project 1 is "Barry," who aphe progressing according to schedule. Project 2, of course, Jeare still talking about the stellar opening of Westview '^|ub -(.vni last week. Sidney Meyer, president, and his jewere hosts at a table. She chose a formal gown of navy r shell pink ighter Bobbie (Mrs. Roy) Schechter wore a black sheath and stunning Mr. and Mr. Leonard Aboss were there. Leon.er half ch-e a gown of American beauty red. Taking the gmen stylists was Hal Pa I ton in Scotch plaid! Mr*. Ptlton llickand white taffeta, while a green satin sheath with long match was the choice of Dor it Kussworm, star Miami ,of cour\ the Baron do Hirsch Meyers were there, Polly |nDior blue The list of notables could excite any socialite. eluded Mr. and Mr*. David Phillips, the Jotoph Weintraubs, ki, Leonard We ins, Herbert Feiners, Mrs. Arthur EngIMr*. Stanley Kottoff, daughter of Lillie Rubin, who chose frnew pepliiin type dress appliqued in black lace. nie Lee (Mrs. Peter) Schreoer, daughter of transportation •nny Arnttein, about whom this column reported last week, her fourth child in March. __ i for years lived in Miami Beach. She and Pete now have pand a girl and make their home in Glencoe, fashionable isuburb. jide-elect Elinor Davis of Harod H. Salmon was guest of lust week at a luncheon in the Veranda room of the Saxony fm i< the daughter of Mrs. Nina J. Davis and the late Beri, Miami Her fiance's parents are the Philip V. Salmons, (Beach. Some 60 of Elinor's and Harold's friends turned out festive oecaMnn. it Nat Waldmans' daughter, Gloria, was honored at a preluncheon last week in the Scheherazade room of the Philip Hayden and Mrs. Sam Mell were hostesses. The • formerly lived in New Jersey, where Gloria met her Nerman Durmaskin, and now make their home at 9623 ** dr. Exchange of vows is slated for Saturday evening. on the Wedding Front: Dr. and Mrs. Alan Merkin have I m Miami Beach following their wedding Nov. 5 in Phila%  •The bride is the former Shirley Albert, daughter of Mr. 1 H rr V Horowitz, New York. Martin's parents are the Israel Merkins, of the City of iJh HT Shirle and *•• will live in Miami Beach, where |scneduled to continue his medical practice. dnional Westview Statistics: The club's Saturday opening i a hless contrast in Phyllis Rosenborg's blonde hair set 'We blue satin creation. She and Larry head up the enter* committee at Westview... itT* re !. gned su P rem in Mrs. Sam Coolitt's jade green matching K reat coat—as in a similar stunning gown >. Jerome Hofmayer. Btv P !r > u at Wes,vie w i* n informal dinner dance after the "iMiamilniversity of Florida game Nov. 26. when Mr. 'ney Meyer plan a family party to celebrate daughter "* Charles Goldstein) birthday. ********** itionai ?'** N,,hani M. Levin attended the convention of speech and Hearing Association in Los Angeles last lUan?^' 1 Ip sossion <" esophageal speech, discussing ^Jnsectomy • N t has been a pioneer in helping laryn'* again through special techniques he developed. > > 300 recently. rtaitorj attended Emory University's "Annual Par%  o ( P iX?. mo,hors nd th !" w re **•"* Mr,> Ch,rU 12 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach. ,!'***> **/.? Mexico Mr. ad Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mir,|i, e G reater Miami Jewish Community Center. *PWed back from Atlantic City after Thanksgiving "" l wtits, of Pine Tree dr. Ali! oman s VUJ ^^ftthBonfUam MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, November 25, 1955 Section B Three generations of Levinsons await the cake-cutting ceremonies as Esta and Dave Levinson celebrate their 23rd anniversary at the Algiers hotel, of which he is co-owner. Surrounding the popular hotel, civic-emd religious figure are his mother and daughters Carole and Audrey. Daughter Barbara couldn't attend as she now resides in the north with her husband, Harvey Deutsch, and their 11-month-old baby. Some two dozen friends arranged the surprise dinner in the Scheherazade room. 'Tex and Jinx Routine at Fontainebleau A program of wide appeal to all women of Dade county will spotlight the world-wide services of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division at the Fontainebleau hotel on Wednesday, Nov. 30. The all-day session will feature such varied items as an eye witness report by Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens who returned this week from Israel and the Middle East, a A omv Women will direct the organization's These H f brew^adem^omen w ^^ ^^ b k ^JSTi. K Samuel Fuchs. journal chairman. Shown (seated) s d Rubin0 witz, co-chair^t^t^^^ Qnd %  %  Ie y S !" J co-chairman. .an outstanding musical program featuring a choral group and a variety show treatment of local health and welfare services. This is to be the second annual meeting of nearly 1.000 women from all parts of Dade county who will gather at an all-day educational conference to learn about their growing community and its social, educational, health and welfare needs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be featured in a fast moving dramatic skit, presenting for the first time their impressions of the "Tex and Jinx Show." Apparing with them will be Mrs. George Graham, enacting the role of a neighbor: Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, acting the role of maid; Mrs. Monte Selig. speaking in behalf of Jewish Family Service; and Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, speaking on the ever-widening services of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The mock radio broadcast will also include a brief talk by Arnold A. Piskin, describing varied recreation and leisure programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Probably the most exciting and timely address of all will be given by Dr. Maurice Lev, describing the latest research being conducted on heart disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The recent illness of President Eisenhower has served to focus the nation's attention on the No. 1 killer, and Dr. Lev's report is expected to reveal some hitherto undisclosed facts regarding treatment of heart disease. The Jewish Home for the Aged will tell its story through Michael Kramer, one of the residents, and the Federation story will be told by Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, executive director. "Federation commercials" will reach the audience in a novel Continued on Page 4B



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Page 2 B fjenisfj fkrkHari •r fi cvnininc fair: \^)n the of how Turkey became he bird of this happy holiday sea son It's ;i truly Jewish tale at that It i~ a matter of record that Columbus' crew on his voyage "! iverj included a linguist nam %  a dc Tunes f.uis de Torres knew hiBible too. The many siuhtv and tOUnda of the new land which wu thought to be India intere-ted every man of that expend it inn They wondered specially at a large bird with bright red wattle;ind spotted tail feathers and called do Torres to have a look-see The linguist and scholar looked the large bird over and recalled that' he had read about a bird in the Bible which was called Tukki The leathered creature before them must be it The men repeated the name. Tuki. Tuki. Tuki.--in no !im at all it became Turkey And to this very day u has remained Turkey. But turkeys then and turke\now are quite different Today we! have developed a breed of tender meated, full breasted, short and compact legged birds that are I delightful morsel at any time of the year. Especially the 5 and 6 pound midget turkeys that have become a favorite Sabbath and bolide) treat, even replacing chicken and eapon. Don't forget to order your Thanksgiving turkey early, ladies I And here's a suggestion for a diflerent kind of dressing to fill the holiday bird when you roast it. FRIED CROUTON I GIBLETS DRESSING 8 10 slices stale bread (white or wholewheat) 4 tablespoons hot melted shortening (schmaltz preferred) 1 large onion, dried or sliced fine Cooked gizzard, heart and broiled liver) diced line 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning or minced parsley 1 cup sotrp stork, hot Cube the bread slices and saute them in hot melted, shortening tilt CONCENTRATED SWEETENER For Home Uaa SUGARINE tm Dlaaatlaa, O. Ml|kIt aaa Law Caiarta Kate rCRE-HAAMLEM ECONOMICAL Guaranteed non-fattening &f JIOI. Size_Bott!e Only 75c At Loading Food Store* At Food and Drug Stores @ Everywhere Excitingly Different Taste! 8 OZ ^^^&£?4ze*£j^$>^z*z£ CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE 5Al-lFORNfA ^AMEDCOTTA* lightly browned lift out of frying pan with a slotted or perforated spoon and place in a mixing bowl Add the diced onion and fry till Hehtly browned Add the cooked giblets and continue to li> tOM I minute-, stirring frequently to prevent hardening and drying out Add to browned croutons, sprinkle with poultry seasoning or parsley and stir in hot ftOUB stock made from giblets used in this dressing. This should he sufficient to niois ten the croutons, but more liquid of any kind may be added if neces Huffy When the orange cups ian VVe like eidar or any light wine K\en tWO talde-poonfuls giVM it -pi'ii.d taste I ei eooi before using for stuffing the prepared turkey Or. roast the turkey without stuffing, allow ing 25 minutes per pound at 325 deg V for the smaller birds, and bake the dressing in a i.i-serole 30 minutes at the same temperature or till nicely browned on top.. • • • Cranberries in any form go with turkey like gefifte fish with horseradish So, don't forget to prepare some as followCranberry and Orange Relish: Put through the medium blade of your food chopper 1 orange, diced but unpeeled. for each cup of uncooked cranberries. Add enough sugar or honey to suit the taste. Chill before serving. Cranberry and Apple Relish: To each cup of cranberries add 1 cup diced, unpared tart apple and 1 orange, diced unpeeled. P u t through the coarse blade of food chopper. Season with sugar or honey to taste and add a pinch of salt. Chill at least an hour before serving. Top with mayonnaise if desired and add a sprig of parsley for color contrast a a a SWEETS IN ORANGE CUPS Sweet potatoes have become traditional Thanksgiving Day fare too So, if you want to dress up the llattr on Mcjdch lb?.bird u *. rv ed. try Titling orange dipWlI >, mashed sweet potato this way: Allow 1 cup cooked, masned sweet potato for two orange halves. Sweeten the mashed sweets with honey or powered sugar. Add a dash of powered geagarl "i cinnamon and moisten with orange or pineapple juice (canned variety, of course) and beat till are Compare TETLET I| *ith ag| gtherl filled and marked with a fork to nice peaks, slip them under the broiler flame for 2 or 3 minuteto brown lightly just before serving tune Place around the roasted lurkey. alternated with sprigs of parsley for added color contrast •FAMOUS SINCI IU7 Children to Get Milk Dr. Sidney H. Moss, child welfare committee chairman. Wednesday reported that as a result of a successful milk fund drive, the Children's Mental Research Found ation of Florida will receive 16 quarts of milk each wek for one full year. The drive was sponsored by Oables Lodge 173. Knights of Pythias, and Temple 11. then Compare TETLEYII with any other I GutraattW % % %  hi lit*. to thm't ha V9 to be ov and be sore it's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOSIWHD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'' Kfl •raf.cf.W TEL. 2-2*21 Oreater Miami Delivery BROWN KASHA i'% rich in protein and other wholesome | food elements Leas fattening! Roasted I nutlika gavor o 100% real buckwheat. f For tempting, deiigptf ui ways to servetMs I Old World favorite, write for my free new I Buckwheat Cook Book to f Phyllis Wolff. Pann Yan. New York I oauaoos • NVTBITIOUS • maim | Alao .n^y WOLFFS CREAMY KERNELS .^ aeiiajhtfm buckwheat nli to caraai and puddings "^"g ON S A If AT FOOD FAIR LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES. 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Mnvemb er 25. 1955 tAbitt Xfour Special fjavoritcs jatedFish Hits the Spot When Heal Time Unites a Hungry Family Page 3B [KEGINA FRISCHWASSE* L another variety of fish I ion It's as old as the hills river loses the ability to exkhV and "ah-s" at a hunnner table URINATED FISH pike i vinegar cold water gpoons salt i leaves Ippercorns jlspoon sugar onions pn and cut the fish into 2[jjjees. Season with salt and v^chill in the refrigerator for a few hours. Wash off the salt. Boil the water with vinegar, spices and sliced onions 20 minutes. Add sliced lemon and cook five minutes. Remove lemon slices and add sliced fish, cook gently until fish is soft Place in a large jar one layer fish', then a layer of onions and a layer of cooked fish. Pour over it the hot liquid and allow to cool. Then refrigerate. • • • DATE BREAD 1 cup flour H teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup wholewheat flour 1 cup prepared bran 1 cup dates '2 cup molasses IV4 cups sour milk 2 tablespoons melted butter 2 eggs Sift the white flour with salt and baking soda. Add whole wheat flour and bran. Cut dates into small pieces and mix with the flour. Add molasses, sour milk. butter to the well beaten eggs and stir the mixture into the dry ingredients. Pour into a well greased loaf pan and bake in a moderate oven 350 degs. F. 11 : hours. Mrs. TiMit Itvin Levin Will (sent Scroll Beth Jacob made in Israel will be to Congregation Beth during ceremonies Sunday. wxm. Dec. 11. It is the first of I in the Greater Miami area, Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob tail leader, revealed here. rial arrangements have been s to complete the script during dication in order to perpetu[w names of ;il| participants I sacred event," Rabbi Stern t Tillie Levin, charity worker iwill present the Scroll of Law %  Rabbi H is scheduled to be I into the synagogue beneath P)' This is the second Torah ed by Mrs. Levin. 'Previously gifted a Scroll of 'teacongregation in San Fran• Wtdl to Address Outdoor Forum ^Bertholn c. Friedl of the JJy of Miami, will be guest „ !" nda y evening at the "Outdoor Forum, 11th st. %  "ttan ct. *Friedi is ,he author of "K Renaissance In Amer| Maimonides, His Life "* and other books Mrs. Weiner Heads Center Meeting % %  Mrs Tni;,... \ir_: i • Mrs. Julius Weiner has been appointed chairman of the annual meeting for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president. This function, which will be the fifth annual event of its type for GMJCC, is scheduled to take place Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Center's Town Branch. Election of officers and board of directors for the year ahead is the main order of business for the meeting. The remainder of the program is being mapped out by a planning committee under Mrs. Weiner's chairmanship. The program will feature a guest speaker. Committee members who have been assisting Mrs. Weiner in preparation for the annual meeting are Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Ray Benin, A. Budd Cutler, Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Mrs. Sirkin. tal To See Films of Israel Chicago Club of Greater Miami will see films recently taken in Israel by Beach Councilman Harold Shapiro at a meeting Sunday evening, Nov. 27, in the Algiers hotel. Writers Club to Meet Writers Club will meet at the Spinoza Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct., Saturday evening. Nov. 26. Herbert Huttner. president, will present original verse. 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Page 4 B vjenisti fhrkttan Friday. No Organizing plans for the second annual Women's Division educational conference are these chairmen gathered at a "coffee'' in the home of Mrs. Ellis Gimbel. The county-wide educational event set for Nov. 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel will honor organizations and communal leaders. Shown seated are Mrs. Irvmq Lehrman. chairman of the year-round Women's division; Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of education committee; and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Levin, conference chairman. Standing are Mrs. Arthur BurreJl, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chairman of hostesses; and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. program chairman. TEX AND JINX' WILL SET WE PACE FORJlDiRATIONJADliS^ Program of Wide Appeal to Spotlight Women's Conference Continued from Page 1 B 1 net a singing trio will i %  and close the hum us and i ducational broadcast Members ol the trio are the Mesdames J< rome Gordon and San Stark i program highlight is UH first official kiutallatioi Women* Division officerwith Rabbi Irving 1-ehrman officiating. The Women Division last JFMI in official autborisad arm ol Federation and now functions on a >car-round basis. At the Fontainabtoau naaatlng. officers and board * RaBI *comporoWo^otfrrOspn#ra) for IfcTfiDXy PARTIES •*m ummtuiti-nmii'mtmnm ^'porh^tyohingfot! pEFJOB PARTIES Wtt P4ITIES> COCRMII f'TRCI.RCS DELANO HOTEL "*5 MEMUR DINERS CLUB



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HovembergJI^ Collar, Tribute to a Member Will MarkTroceedinos ui.mi Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home Reports „ n h „ tmnW W Reports on thp progress of th e organization well as of the presentation m women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home iLd will meet Tuesday noon, Nov. 29. at L hotel. The Rubayat room will be the Wecdincs. M ( Ur by Adrian THL [JLhrstiun of J wish Book M,,nth ( ,>r l Oar j ( ;K |cr Rabbi Morris Bkop will.review Jprniiigstar." by Herman Wouk. I tribute will I'e P^d to Mrs. Louis Makovlam chairman, who celebrates her birth129 Mrs. Sol Silvcrman. president, said that likov-ky has done much in arranging interVwranifor all meetings and gatherings at *J?s trough her efforts that the Wornheim. Rose LoSdoTjennS uCTt SS 22? £ has been able to sponsor several boat Rae Frank r "'?",!""* S,Mlman Nel,,c letter. iiary has been able to sponsor several boat I the senior residents at the Home, and we express our public gratitude to her at this ,,,n v. L. rscss HI tup deU Mav R, \ y PS ; A na K Zwkcrman. Ann NuFrL! \' < n Baum Paullnf> Oow. I Hirseh '• M. Averbrook. Sol OppenRae,^ k ..,enn,erohen:SamS,: in^Lsus* Morns Rosenblatt, Samuel Grundwerg, Abraham Ma ^son. Lours M akov.sk>, David Ph „ £ Ethel Spem. Hebrew Academy Women Fete Members Monday, Nov. 28, in the Nautilus hotel vvomen Mrs. Samuel Fucfaj chairman of the 10S5-19S6 pictorial journal will introduce the schedule of formulated plans for the year book Reports w.ll be rendered by the following chairmen: binvan bank luncheon. Mrs. Joseph Shap.ro; New Year card project, Mrs Isidore Spolter; card party. Mrs. Morns Cohen. !" Highlighting the afternoons program will be a review of the "Book of Genesis" by Mrs. Henry B Werniek in observance of Jewish Book Month. Stan Porter, noted Miami Beach vocalist, will render several musical selections. Miami Music Club Fetes Mrs. Piusrser Miami Music Club honored Mr* Richard I'lumer, preaidjeht. at a musicale Wednesday evening in Miami Women's club. Program featured Olga Pavlova soprano, with Netta Symes Morris •it the piano. Included were arias from the Marriage of Figaro in honor of the WoUaang Amadous Mozart bicentenniel celebration. Several hundred member crow I,ed into the auditorium. Mrs. Plum er responded to the capacity audi jence with greetings. She joined the club in 1952 and has been acPage 5B tive in the organization as an offi[ccr since that time. She was reelected financial sec' rotary in May, which office >h I left in order to assume the presi dehcy upon the resignation of Mf-. j Lcland Hyzcr Sept. .26. "Our greatest-intores! is in gui thering good music and extending Ian opportunity to talented young people of Dade county to try for scholarships," Mrs. Plumer told the music club. MM. lew's Mokovsfcj Featured Sisterhood lir Tuesday annual membership |Miami Hebrew School and Jtion will be held Tuesooon. Nov 28, at the conMrs. Abraham Barkan Might will be a -kit. "This is Utrhood." directed by Mrs. iWeintrauh and assisted by Bird Welkind. Includes MrGeorge GoldtanceHau Michael Blank, fcndell, David Meltzer. I Stern and Robert Schweithtor iMi. i ph SchwaIrs. Saul l',i rnstein is acm MrBend ii is StaterKidem i to Meet Monday Is of thiarea will .meet |_mc of Mr and Mrs. Morf Monday evening, Nov. 28. • the position ol Israel in 'Ea*t Hannah Stein, Midt anthoruy. and Dr. Morris '*iil conduct the discusBeach Mizrachi ill Install Officers In Monday Affair Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization will hold an installation luncheon at the Strath Haven hotel on Monday, Nov. 28. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. of Congregation Beth Tfilah. v. ill install officers Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of Tamara chapter, will discuss the program of Mizrachi. Slated to entertain is Mrs. Sonia Weiss To be installed president is MrI. B. Eisenstein. Others who will assume office arc the Mesdames Joseph K. Brenner, honorary president and chairman of Children's Village; Ida Wessel, honorary president and JNF chairman; Pauline Chill, A. Mostow, A. Schechter. Rose Gechman. Croldie Sir,; Sadie Babad and Tobey Jaffey. | vice presidents; Edna Seles, trea urer and publicity chairman; Arnold Leon, financial and record ing secretary: and Rose Luatig, COT responding secretary. Trustees arc the Mesdamc* Ida Wessel, Nat Hochman, Sol Silber man, Pauline Grundwerg. I Kra1 mer, Ida Freedman and 15 Sachs Board members are the Meadames L. Kramer. R. Katz, Y. Tra.sk. A Shapiro. S. Silverstein, F. Abramv G. Brier, S. Hochman. I. Friedman. M. Raftenberg, T. Levine, Sara Gar finkel and R. Schneider. Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein Age Talent To Compete Here club talent from more Jewish Community Center will Wuth groups under the compete at twin auditions schedthe Greater Miami uled next week for the selection of a final entertainment program for the annual conclave set by the Center for Dec. 11. K Groups are preparing skits, songs and dances for the tryouts which are scheduled to take place Tuesday night, Nov. 29, at the Center's Town Branch, and Wednesdaynight, Nov. 30, at the Beach Branch. According to conclave co-chair-1 men Bob Kasse and Arnold Levy, selections of official conclave en tertainers will be made at these auditions. Registration for this second an nual conference of all GMJt l s teen age groups is now under* <> Beth Jacob Sisterhood Will fleet Officers Flection ol Officers Ol Beth Jacob Congregation Sisterhood will take place Monday afternoon. Nov. 28 at the home ol Rabbi and Mrs. iihor stem. 1034 Michigan Ave. Chairman pro-tern ol the organization is Mrs Maivn E nglander. *Sisterhood's~~special project is Beth Jacob's religious school, in which some 70 students are currently enrolled. Mrs Frances Makovky, former pre-ident. and Mrs. Martin Genet, will assist as hostesses MEANS KOSHER J* IT ON THE %  WES YOU BUY £ Mothers hove [JKOI Supervision Proceeds for Denver Hospital Greater Miami Auxiliary of American Medical Center at Denver, formerly Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, will hold a card party at the Vendomc hotel Wednesday evening. Dec. 7. Proceeds will go to the hospital to aid the fight against cancer. Mrs. Jerry Puncher is chairman of event, and Mrs. Herman Schocnfcld is cochairman. Tk "' 1 KSaatfi FTe^rftestavrMf in *l—7 aW PAR BOUNCE 1 •.*,. •utny I & W**ST9 s • • RESTAURANT FRANCAIS 474 ll STaliT. rk%. 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Page 6 B + l*vlst>tJcr*fia£L Fridc 2S>Url tltetQealm of ^Society $tit/k4e4 A^(tt m t Miss Rollene Waterman Mr. Saal's Fiancee Is Janet Waterman Hubert D. Saal, son of Mrs. Theodore Saal, Miami, and the late Mr. Saal is engaged to Miss Rollene Janet Waterman. Plymouth. MMl Mr. Saal is a graduate of Yale. where he was a member of the Khzabeth club and Phi Beta Kappa. scholastic honorary. A recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, he studied at the University of Paris Formerly a staff member of Town and Country. Mr. Saal is now a free-lance writer. IfiH Waterman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Waterman. Plymouth, is a graduate of Wellesley ( nllege and is now with the editorial department of House Beautiful Myrna Diener Will Wed Malvin Sumka Miss Myra Diener. daughter of Mrs Benjamin Horowitz, and the late Sam Diener, is engaged to Mal\in Sumka. Newark. N.J. Miss Iuener is formerly of Miami Beach. Mi^s Diener is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended Charron-Williams business 1ft afternoon before Mr. Sharetfs appearance at a f£S *">*< in the Fontainebleau. Th c Friedland h L r"* of krtt* North Bay rd. and offers a breath-takmg 7^'^ in m was in their beige and aqua living area Jhl / mplete wall of class owrlnn.in. !' hlch htaj Nkfl —_. „ t r-noaiand homa North Bay rd and offers a breath-taking v.cw'of It was in their beige and aqua living area 11,' M ,an,i ^ complete wall of glass overlooking an extra ,1 ^ and swimming pool, that H.tt,. and Sam rece ZfJ*^ and some 60 guests for cocktails. a "*• *l Hettie chose a gown of black lace, and Mr. k in black. Hatti. and Sam are now temabveW n P Wi, 4 pean visit in May or June to attend a convention of 7?** owners in Rome. Hatti* returned just last week (1 London. Paris and Rome, spending two and one half wli her niece, Eleanor (Mrs. Ed) CapLand of Miami Beach^ STOKItS SWAPPED AT MIDLAND HOME First arrivals at the Bonds of Israel fete were Mr Weltx, who proudly discussed their two trips to Israel H three years. While Mr. and Mr.. David Phi.np, we 2 Mr.. L.on Jacob* of their escape from Argentina "just befT Mr*. Jack Cerner, arriving with her husband chose.fa of beige silk and a scarf lined in coral red. She and isd, tellng friends that they havo just sold their Rye NY tat now be permanent Miami Beachites. Among other'tut* Carl Weinkles, Mast Orovities and Sam Kipnit, whose 3 later that evening at the Israel Bond banquet. •EACH WOMEN INVITE0 TO WASHINGTON Mr.. David P. Cattman and Mrs. Louis G latter have ^ by President Eisenhower to take part in the While House a— education in Washington, D.C., Nov. 28 to Dec. 1. Ma with the American Jewish Committee here. .. Bast is pread Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Mr. and Mra. Larry B. Silver man have returned to i Bay Harbor Islands after a West Indies cruise on the SS1 Mrs*. Silvarman is busily working with the current Red paign, of which she is chairman in Bay Harbor Islands... Chosen to represent the University of Miami in the 1HJ-H tion of "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" Harbart, son of the Sidney Herberts, 1757 James ave... Mr. S. Weiss, who have just returned from a West Indies cruise, em friends with Thanksgiving dinner this week at their home, I st. Off TO ATLANTA INGAGlMtNT J VIS/TONS Beef and Bird's Joa Cohen left with wife Ruby and her! Thanksgiving dinner in Atlanta. They will be guests of Rd Mrs. Hy man Pallor's sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I blat. Holding down the fort at Beef and Bird is Manny! The Sam Weiseelt, of Granada blvd., will be hosts at Conlj Jewish Center Oneg Shabbat Friday evening to honor the en of son Buddy to Miaa Sue Lamm. Back in Miami to visit I friends is Mrs. Artie Greenhut, of Israel. She's the former I fort. Artie's a banker, and the couple have i two and one-half j son. Ron. They're staying with Call's sister and brother-ii and Mrs. Jerry Phillips. Entertaining the Israeli couple and Jean are her brother, Sol, Lou and Irving. Rotfort. THANKSGIVING WElKtND ... AT NOMf MCUHKATIHG The Herbert Silvers are spending Thanksgiving weekendIn Cuba, where a Camp Osceola reunion is being held JMjj are Osceola directors ... Mr. and Mr.. Aba Ptpptr, 507 sw were hosts last week to members of their families as they r eighth wedding anniversary %  • • Clara's family came from North and South Carolina. of 30 members of the Pepper family joined them in the ce Harry I. Megid, of 1435 West ave.. is at home iw^JJ surgery at Mt. Sinai's Hospital Harry and wife Anna daughter. Janice (Mrs. Gereld) Obertner. after she flew downi lanta to be with them during her father's recuperation^ SchoeketU Reveal Arlyne's Betroth^ rw. in k K „,Mmo Hat for from the I niversity w %  Dec. 18 is the wedding date for from the Arlyne Schockett and Michael M. Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Tobin. 5231 North Bay rd., Miami Beach. Their engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schockett, 4315 North Meridian ave.. Miami Beach. The prospective bride attended Normandy Private School and the University of Alabama before studying for a degree in education is now on the facuUj[J Beach Elementary ScW" member of the Flonda Association. Her fiance was tWjfj Miami Beach High Schod. sity of Florida and in"* Miami Law School. He served as a First sporta U in the Army tn.nsportatio.1 and now has his own in Miami. so eosy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' Kle rohimg Chargv \i'*<>** { poy nothing down 1/3 1*" £* mi NO CARRYING CHA** MORRIS BROS. TO L riAsua



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I—aabJttfH* ftn, Rita Hoffman became CJ Bern ... ceremonie. P ening at the home of ^ uncle. Irving Greenfield, ... n d Miami Beach. Rabbi iih' and Cantor Samuel f r of Temple Beth Sholom, kridf is the .laughter of Mr. Bernard Hoffman, 7834 ave Mian.. Beach. The K t he son of William Bern£| the late MrsBernbaum, In marriace by her father. gr Miss Hoffman was atj Sylvia Ann original. The of alencon lace had a scalloHheshoulder neckline with |eeV e< ending in a point. The t floor-length skirt was of w Hoff" li,n ^ ccomes ^ Irs Bern In Candlelight Rites on Star Island illusion net over bridal satin Her veil was designed by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Aaron Tubin. Her bonnet of net and lace was scattered with pearls and rhinestones, and the fingertip-length veil was of illusion net. She carried a cascade of orchids, roses and lilyof-the-valley. Maid of honor was Miss Allita Mae Hoffman, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joel (Ubler Hobe Sound, Fla.. Miss Bonnie Kl len Tubin, cousin of the bride from Miami Bach, and another cousin Miss Jean Hoffman. Scarsdale. N.Y! Flower girl was Miss Robyn Tubin, also the bride's cousin. Other con sins were Gary Tepper, ring bearer, and Ronald Treshan and David Greenfield, ushers. Miss Laura Kellogg was soloist, and Miss Edythe Flcisher kept the guest book. Newlywed Mrs. Bern graduated from Miami Beach High School and | the University of Miami with an AB in psychology. She attended graduate school at the UM. where she was a member of Psi Chi. psyj chological honorary. She belongs /0^ to the City of Hope. Mental Health 0* Society and has been employed ;i~ youth director of B'nai B'rith here. The groom is a graduate attorney from the UM and Tulane University, where he received the Masters degree in social work. He belongs to Nu Beta Epsilon legal honorary, Florida Bar Association, American Association of Social Workers, Jewish War Veterans, American Legion and Hillel Alumni. He served as an officer in the U.S. Army and Air Force ntelligence. He is presently executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. Following a wedding trip to the Caribbean, the couple will re-i side at 844 80th st., Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests attending the candlelight ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosenfeld. sister and, brother-in-law of the groom, Brook-1 lyn; Mrs. Henry Hoffman and Miss Joan Hoffman, aunt and cousin of the bride, Scarsdale; Mrs. Murray Schramm, friend, and Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, aunt and uncle of the bride, Chicago, 11. +Jei§ti fhr-Hian P" Page 7B -.•: %  **' Wl n.i-Kahn Mrs. Joseph Bern Miss Platkin Weds Ma Bride is Miami In a 1 p.m. double ring ceremony | at Rabbi Joseph Narot's study Wed-j nesday, Nov. 23. Miss Alma Rose 1 Platkin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Edward Platkin, 1460 West ave.,| Miami Beach, became the bride of Manny Marcus, son of Mrs. Sylvia i Marcus, Brooklyn, N.Y., and the 1 late Louis Marcus. Best man was Stanley Platkin. brother of the bride. Matron of I honor was Mrs. Stanley Platkin, sister-in-law of the bride. MM. Richard Swarf ia Jaeggi, hard A. Swart Change Vows i Jaeggi wore her matron of ^i wedding band when she vows Saturday with I A. Swart in Temple EmanuSwart substituted her own I band for the ring belongi her attendant. Mrs. Stanley k\ after the ceremony. hi Irving Lehrman officiated. ndal dinner was held at Ed is Restaurant. MIS the dauuhter of Mrs. H. fe2464 SW 19th st. Mr. Swart. [SW 7th rt., .the son of Mr. Mrs Will Swart, of Orlando. bride's dre^s was made of "tin brocade Her veil was length and fell from a heart tiara. She carried white I'ith an orchid. Heller, matron of honor, Jdressed in a street-length of gold and purple print,


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Page 8 B fJenisHhrkHan Fridi ^ijar ^yViitzvan Dr. Eisenberg Will Address Three Meetings Sponsored by Bureau Here Or A/nrl Eisenberg. executive On Tuesday evening, Nov. 29, vice president Of the Jewish F.ear Commentator cuss "The Jewish Home and will be Babbl Vaakov Rosenberg. School' in the auditorium of th Beth David PTA (I Congregation, and Beth David Congregation I ,fl J,B ta The PTA council workshop will Donee Sunday tVeni-t continue the following Thursday !" morning, with three consecutive "D(iovid (rookie dance sessions devoted to PTA programK ,l!l "' W1 • hold Sunday ming, organization and PTA andj£ d b >' ^A f Beth DavM j Atritl f 'trj nurcgat; Rabbi Jonah E ("apian will present an Introducton message. Joseph Puntov Is chairman of the local Book Month committee sponsoring the meeting. Orthodox Council In Winter Confab Sisterhood relations. Discussion leaders include Mesdamcs Leon Kronish, Harold Bcrney, Irving Lehrman Harry Fertig. Irving and Mrs Kdwam Safer" Kaplan and Benjamin Greene. w.th; me nt: Mr and Mrs Sam Nov. 27. at the synagogue. Chairman of thi event kl Max Feldman Others i Cantor William Lipson to Join Beth David Synagogue Staff, Setter Says ; or William W I.ipson. whfl Invited to join Beth Dsvid %  1 months Bjgo, Mill arrive In Miami on Noi SO to assume 111" duties. Herbert K. Si In r i idem revealed Wednesdi Canti r Lipson was born and eduago and studied at the Hebrew Theological Collage and I he American Conservatory of Mu MI lie prepared for the Cantorate with such renowned Canton M frankel, Peariman sod Schnipliskj ol New Vort n served Emanu-El Synagogue id Oklahoma City, Okla. [or five M Inch he occupied the cantorial po l ol Beth El Coni tiOD n <> where he has connected lor the past I %  irs Wh th K!. he was responthe development of a com tic program for the multiplies (d the con. •'ii'1 %  Dd trail.! senior and junior choirs, as well as a -isterhood choru antor I.ipson is a charter memIHT of the Cantors Assembly of America and his appeared as a soloist m concerts throughout the Middle West He i recognized as an outstanding authority on Hebrew liturgkal music and has long been %  leading exponent of autlientic lynagogue music (antor I.ipson is married to the er Betty Brinker, ol Akron, and i^ the father of three children. The I.ipson family will take up their residence in Miami late in November. Executive meeting at the home of Mrs Simon April, president, this week formulated plans for installaIrving Bakst tion of officers of the Council of Smith are in Jewish Orthodox Si-terhoods Dec. 14 in the Sterling hotel In addition to installation, the affair will include the organiza t inn's winter conference Council is a chapter of the women's branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America. Affiliated Sisterhoods id Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Beth El Congregation Beth Tfilah Congregation. Kneseth Israel CongrciM tion. Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute and Beth Jacob Congregation. Mrs Shmaryah n Swir-ky. coun-j e.l vice president. Will be program NatI( na Home Saul Rabin. Louis Kisner. Sydney J. C.reenberg and Louis Schwartzman, acting as consultants. Mrs. and Mrs. Manuel charge of arrangements Dr Eisenberg, who reserved his PhD degree at Columbia University in 1935. has been executive director of the Bureaus of Jewish Education in Cincinnati. Cleveland and Philadelphia, as well as dean of Greets College at Philadelphia. croups here nrludc ,l( |s tvmm president of the National Council for Jewish Education and present chairman of the American section of the World Union for Jewish Education. refreshments; Mrs. Robert 1 decorations; Mr. and HBJ Levitan. publicity; and Irt| Geycr. tickets Mrs David c*gen. of the dance with Mrs Fel chairman of the Dee 14 event. 'Suppressed Desire' Costume Party m Gables Sunday ol the Jewish Asthmatic Chil-1conference. Bernstein Bar Mitzvah Matthew Bernstein, MM of Mr and Mrs Allen Bernstein. 1430 A! geria, (oral Gebtaa, will become Mitzvah dunn Saturday morn erviees of Coral Gables Jewish Center Rabbi Morris Bfcop will officiate The Bernsteins will be hosts at the Kiddush of Sanctihca tion tollowing. Zamora Center Schedules Forum dren will .give a "suppressed de sire" costume party on Sunday. Nov. 27. The function w ill take place at the Phyllis Kapp Studio in (oral Cables All proceeds will go to help reha Young Judaec Plan Conclave Princess [sseni hotel in] Beach, has been selected site for the forthcoming I mid-winter conclave of the I ern region "I Senior Young J Over 100 teenage boys anil from Florida. Georgia. Sootkf lina. North Carolina. Tens Alabama and Mi>-i>ippi pected to take part in the fa u h i c h will Dec 25 Highlights of the conch include discussion and workshopbaaed on the "On Three Principlethe Other events ol th hihtate to normal living asthmatic clave will include folk d Men's Huh .md Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish (enter will iointlv T'.'j'" 7 '" """""' v,n asmmauc clave will inciutic sponsor a forum Wednesday eve chl,dren at the Hom < > Mrs Harry choral presentations, all* Ding, Nov 30, at the Center R-.b <>>!u lman ls chairman of this events, business sstnsH bi B I.eon Hum it/ Will he node* SOC,aI function of the year. 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Lember 25. 1955_ *" -js-^ %  Page 9B lif e f J n G !" ter J^ H^ oTw^hip .I fridav evening _^^"H L^aW G B E A T ^ %  ,S Herbert Buchwald ^PF^^^ GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES 7,5(1 .,.., h on the M LoV ABOVE iiMr.., __ KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA EMETH CONGRECAh(l |d Friday evening 730 Herbert Buchwald L and preach on the peBargain Choir wil tag service [service Saturday are al 9:30. DAVID CONGREGATION Friday evening services [jabbi Yaakov Rosenberg Ljate and preach on: king (or the Books That j Ones Shabbat will be by Mr. and Mrs. Ban tturday morning services Rabbi Rosenberg will the Weekly Portion. • &f TFILA H CONGREGAI hold Friday evening [at 5:15. Saturday morn[jees are at 8:30. Rabbi iickovsky will officiate and (he Weekly Portion. At 4 Rabbi will preach on: %  Goal Justify the Means?" iat 430 P m • followed by kudos. Daily services will |a.m and 5:15 p.m. > • • IE BETH SHOLOM will Ida} evening services at Rabb Leon Kronish will [and preach on the ThanksLme The Position of the %  America Today Saturday Iservices arc at 10:45. Neal Sonnett. twin son and 'of Mr and Mrs. I>. Murlett. will become Bar and Iran. Cantor Samuel Kelerender the musical porIthe litur^\ too PATH ISRAEL HEBREW TE will hold Friday eveShapiro will officiate. Cantor Yernceat 5;15 p.m. Saturday j hudah Hcilbraun renders the musservices are at 9 Rabbi caJ portions of the liturgy. Oncg | will officiate and preach Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. | and Mrs. Julius Schwartz. Saturday Rabbi Joseph ftokovsky Goals and Means ices scheduled for 8 a.m. • • 0 TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 dedicated to Bnai Brith Sidney Aronovitz, Bnai Brith leadi er, will be guest speaker. Subject I of his discourse is scheduled as: %  CANDLEUGHTING Tim Kislev 10-5:11 p.m. The Place of Bnai Brith in Amer ican-Jewish life." Rabbi David MIAMI SYNAGOG LINCOLN ROAD INSTITUTE-;!.", 78th i Ro'* ma,? NOREGAT,ON ->> Train JEWISH AGUDATH Rabbi ii .a, Kw ISRAEL HEBREW I'' I". v • -1 ETH ISRAEL •t. NORTH SHORE Mayer CENTERM n :-,„ ,f Bdward R|eln li.i-... uve. mnt Abramowiu c.atoV Ed Orthodox, "HKKIOX. Rabbi H. 1 rvatlve. Rabbi Liberal, Rabbi Upn Kronlata. Conservative. LOW LINCOL CONGREGATION—101-111 Washington antor Maurice Mam< hei B E BETH JACOB RabU Tiber Btern HEBREW ACADEMY MS KNESETH Jonah i TORAH TEMPLE Rabbi living N ROAD ave. Orthodox. > %  Orthodox. it;ibbi JoKih Bt. Orthodox. Rabbi • Cantan c NG RE OAT.ONl 4,.-, Buclld avo. "Pwn i antor Abraham Belt Alexander QrOH Orthodox. Rabbi nd I.*. W • l ave. American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham CORAL GAB C0RA o-r, G A l LES JEW| SH CENTER-32.1 Morrla Bkop. Cantor Irving Roblnaon ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER-44 Zamora Leon Hurwlt* Cantor Rudolph Brill. L E S Palermo |topic 'Thanksgiving— Our I Duties of Justice in Paths 'Kiddush follows. Mincha IS p.m. Shalos Seudos and |eonclude the Sabbath obDaily services are at 8 5:30 pm with Sunday |it 9 am and 5:30 p.m. IE BETH SHOLEM of HoiItill hold Friday evening i8 p.m. lien Essen, MiMy. will be guest speaker to The Importance of nth Rabbi Samuel Lerer cute Morris C Klein and •Kramer wil receive 25-year iB'nth certificates Oneg I follows. 'MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Friday evening services | Late services are at 8:30, !" i Alfred Waxman offitiscassing: 'Heroes in [ and fa. Arthur Bass** hosts at the Oneg 'a honor of their son. Hen*. ho becomes Bar Mitz1 Saturday morning serv['• ^'ncha Is at 5 p.m. ACADEMY will hold [iing services at 5:15 fawning .services are at 9 S, dcr (ir "^ w 'll Preach L" ,*> p rt'n. Mincha is "*• followed by shalos Seu* rv 'ces are at 7:30 a m '•-. ith Sunday servmorning services arc at 9. • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate and disctut: "Jewish Book Month." Consecration for all students at Popiel school will be held. Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Samuel Salkow renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Mrs. Lucille Moore directs the choir. • • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION holds Friday evening scrvices at 5:03 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi ll Louis Rottman will preach on the topic: "Standard for Living." Class in Bible is at 3:45 p.m. Mincha will be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:05 p.m. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5.30 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will preach on the Thanksgiving topic: "What are We to Give Thanks for?" Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Mr and Mrs. Charles Sanders will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son, Barry, who becomes Bar Mitzrah during Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Malavsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. Junior services are at 10 a.m. conducted by Jack Katzker Mincha will be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. • • • FLAGLER -GRANADA avo. Liberal. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi B. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BE !\?i, R P "* EL CONGREGATION-IP,-, NW .:,,! aVO. Orthodox. Rabbi HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE T1 ConaarSathS **?!&% F HOLLYWOOD -17: Monroe at, Hollywood. onaorvatlve. Rabbi Samuel I.*-rer. TE 'fiv!: E p i!m i? F .l H 8l: l -V WOOD 2 KW T '" lk "• %  Hollywood. Coaaarvati\e. Habbi David Bhaalro. Cantor rehudah Hellbraun. TEN J,f L f EMA ^V E L C ?' r FT LAUDERDALE-1S01 South Andrews ave., 11 Laudardala. Reform. Rahbi Marius Ranaon, HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-151 Iv.st 4th ave. ConNORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL111 NK lMh *t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Knuritus. Cantor Jacob linrnatein. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER MOO North Miami ave. conservative. Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Canter Albert (Slants. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION--i:'2ni NW 17th av. FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—".0 NW Mat pi. I onset ratlvs Rabbi i Helm. NORTHMIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—13630 West Dixie hwy. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION-lllltli Bt. and NB Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION —im Coral Way. Conservative. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE-:'',:", S\V :ii d ;iv t Coiiservative. v.i.i k<>\' Ritsenbei ^. BETH EL CONGREGATION — 100 SW 17th ave. Oi thodox. Eihmaryahu T. Bwlrsky, Cantor Louis Qartenbaua ISRAELITE CENTER-!! M s\v Lith 1.1. Conservative. Rabbi Morton UaUvsky, Cantor Samuel BaBcow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION—1101 gW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. CantOl Berela Kelemer. WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER-.'TL'II BW 17th it Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxtnaii. Conservative. lltb ave. Rabbi Rabbi KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on the topic: "Returning to the Dreams of Our Youth." Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate and render the musical portion of the liturgy. Class in Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. Daily services are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Raymond Miles, chaplain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fleishman, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the topic: "Is Religion in Public Schools the Answer?" Cantor Jacob Bornstein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday services are at 11 a.m. • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and preach. Service is dedicated to the Jewish National Fund. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. Kenny, son of jMr. and Mrs. Daniel Wagner, will become Bar Mitzvah. Sermon is based on the Weekly Portion. Can tor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Eli Samuels directs the choir. • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will officate and discuss: "Angels Must Go Up Before They Come Down." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus will ren der the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior servces are in Yeshiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m. Arthur Snyder. Arthur Selevan, Manuel Mandel and Arthur Krause. Saturday morning services will be at 9. Subject of Rabbi Lercr's discourse is: "The Departure of a Great Man." Daily services will be at 8:30 a.m. • e MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Simon April's topic is: "Can We Afford to Compromise?" Class in Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.. with Sunday services at 8:30 a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5. Late services commence at 8:30. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the Thanksgiving topic: "Grant Us, Oh God, a Grateful Heart." Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Michael Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Peyton, will become Bar Mitzvah. • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Class in Talmud is Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Rabbi Arie Becker will discuss "ProviJEWISH dence or Chance" during services COMMUNITY CENTER will Friday evening services at 5:30 Saturday morning services are at cha 8:30 Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate | Mr. and preach on the Weekly Portion Junior services will be conducted by Sidney Shapiro and Sammy Lasko. at 10:90 a.m. Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv hold commencing at 8:30. Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Minand Shalos Seudos. Hosts are and Mrs. Oscar Zwechkenbaum. Daily services will be at 7 am and 530 p.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHCENTER will hold Friday at 8:30. Rabbi ject of the sermon is: "Building Castles in the Air." Torah Class follows the service. see BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services | at 5. Late services begin at 8:15. Rabbi Tibor Stern will discuss: "Why am I an Orthodox Jew?" Saturday morning services commence' at 8:30. Sermon is scheduled as: "Prosperity and Religion." Cantor Maurice Mamches will render the musical portions of the liturgy. liililr class conducted by Rabbi Stern meets at 4 p.m. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "Certain People of the Book," by Maurice Samuel as the third in a series of book reviews honoring Jewish Book Month. Candles will be blessed by Mrs. Sam Brown and Mrs. Herbert Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Matthew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bernstein, will become Bar Mitzvah. Silberl Unveiling The Dedication of a Monument to the Memory of the late THELMA SILBERT U'tll tal{e place SUNDAY. NOVEMHKK 27 MI 11 am. at the family plot in MT. NEBO CEMETERY with RABBI S M MACHTEI officiating Mrs Silbert i> survived by her husband. Meyer; a daughter. Zelda Silbert: a .son. Jay, who is a student at the University of Florida: two uncles. Philip and Ben War-haw: and an aunt. Mrs. Max Lcwi.-on. all of Miami. Friends and relatives arc asked to attend. The family now resides at 3051 S.W. 3rd Avenue. I "To see is to bolieve" > \ I Visit our showroom and display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. J and see the finest in < [ memorial style and design < | built and installed by skilled £ craftsmen. SIDE evening services Abraham Herson will discuss: The Gratitude of the Heart Cantor Al*i musical Mr. and *r Mafic. MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE ; CATION will hold special ThankI giving .services Friday at 8:15 Rab bert Glantl renders tru hi Isaac Lerer will share the pulpit portions "I the liturgy. with the Men's Club Judge Nor Mi> Harry Sa | U> will be hosts at man Lyons will be gue-t speaker 0neg Snal)bat following. SaturParticipating are Dr. Marvin ('ho..-. m()rninu „, nK( .are at 9 SubArthur Present. Saul Friedman, day morning serv THURMOND MONUMENT CO. The 2-Story Waffs Building 3253 S.W. 8rh St. Ph. B3-024* MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charts* 0pn Sunday* i i i < i < < 4 < < 4 4 4 i i i 4 4 4 Why Mountain Valley Water is Recommended for THE KIDNEYS if ysu are bothered with your kidneys ant' this it due to reduced kidney function caused by such common causes at improper diet, "after 40 slow down" or over-exortion, this natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, may help to: 1. Stimulate the Kidneys. 2. Neutralize excess ark acidity. 3. Discharge wastes. PUT MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER TO THE TEST o Delicious Taating o Not a Laxative O A Wonderful Table Water GOOD ADVICE: Your symptoms may be organically caused so see your physician if they persist. CALL 3-2484 301 S.W. 8 St., Miami, Fla. Mountain Valley Water Co. FROM FAMOUS HOT SPRINGS HEALTH SPA



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Lvember 25^29^1 NOTICE Ufl lHK „„ ,.. engage In VATCON! i-|T '-. Avenue, Opa SJ -,;,' i ,.. register i ,,i the 'uHA V\\ %  • <•!. iM< 'N r' 1 ;';"' ,, I ll.ard '„ UNDER CE NAME LAW itf HI I I [ HEARD uilli Rfcht F1C TIT10U$ RIVEN \ha age In illlC of said Circuit I .-' and KTHA KAi:i:i \.VT f., J..I.U T • HUMAN K u LAN KTApi.ll.-snit.-4 oM Buil'l'"^ tiiNTV JUDGES' COURT L C FOR DADE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. SSTATK t'P LISKTZKV IX %  riff TO CREDITORS %  ',,, „,i v Persons Il.v; ,„is, Saul ,,( you a..hereby Ired to preeeDl any h you, or alnst the ERAKL MNBTSKJ. deP „r Mlddli I %  •>'">• •* No. 36566 ih.. H arable County i i,,,!,. Ci ml -i'>•! '•'•* ine rfk-es in th contain nf thi i lalmaut and irntiianil presented aa afore. |M MS* Pi Inlr A.-t. rbtr It. II %  URGARKT KI.I:IMI:K CCK UNET |A> llMlnbtrmtoi %  Of the lORAKI, I.ISE'I'ZKY. i %  i eased. I n;ii:i'M \N j Administrators [ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE IS HKKKIY OIVEN that •jgnnl. desiring to engage In I umlrr lh>fictitious names of OF MIVMI SANDY OF JHSANI'V FA8HION8; FASIIInNs OF MIAMI. FASHIONS OF FLORIDA; Florida, intend* to register Ki with tli> Clerk of the |C*irt nf piil. 1'i.iiiitv, lliii lila. WHY MAXl'l ACTURINO CO. i PARIi IBU*. r ( AIM. (-12 M LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ,,, engage It LEGAL NOTICE r^ :I£TT.OO. NOTICE AW .f business under the rlrtltlous name THE KEN-ART STrnios .,. I: -i.l. Miami M.-HI h. Int.-n.| anI<1 name with thiClerk of the rii i-ult Court of Dade County, Florida DANIEL CARLLN I'.KN CUTLER ll/U-l r -T-.j^/l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN thai the) undersigned, desiring to engage In '<•>>i.Ki: ft OARiT "" N l -'"'"A'".''.'.•• ."" %  A|.!.l..-,.ni Rglerl SI II NOT,CE ragT.AVCTiT.our HERMAN BRETAN Attornen for Appll. an) '.:: \v,*t Flagler st. 11/11-19-25 — i NOTICE %  -• --"TITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l.s Uh.tCh.iil GIVEN that the unnerslgned, desirine in enga business under the fictitious name of I'KoV IDEA I Bl 11.1 > 1.1;.-. ., my, Ion ..f PHOVIDENT HOMK IMPROVE MENT CO., Intend* to register said •run in,. ,.-,k ol u„ Court Of D-irte Count v. Florida rROVIHKNT HOME l-MIKi '\ l-..Mi..\ i CO \VII.I,IAM BRETAN, HERMAN BRETAN ,\itin n, \ for Applicant 72 West Flagler St. U/U-lK-Z.'l \l/t LEGAL NOTICE II 1-11-18-2 •';;rii'ii WILLIAMSON %  I 'I V\ UOLUSTRO.M •I, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the unilernlgneil, it.-Mirlnx to emjnujTe In huslnesH under the fli-tltlouM name of FOP'S IN. at 31 N.E, ::th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to reglatei name with the Clerk of th,Circuit Court of I i.nUCounty, Florida W M I! I'AVIS Klt.MA T. DAVIS HBNRT M. C.\l\ Atioiiii-y fin Applicants 2.-.20 Weal KI.IKI.-I St Mi., nil. Florida 11/11-18-25 — IJ/I NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tli.it the umleraUneii. daaiiing to engage In liin.iiii.su under the fictitious nun.ol SMoW MAR, at 6107 N W I7th A\ • I., Intends to register aulil name with the dark "f the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM It. CltKoORV. Bole i >wner KE88LER ft OARS Attorneys for Applicant 17S3 W. Flagler St. 11/11-1K-25 — 12/2 TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "E l^ IIKI!i:i:V OIVEN that tfurii.il. deilrlng to engage in f Btider the flrtltlous name cf UAL Ml i:\l.s \HISt Hi N Miami Avenue. JrYnilii, inti-nil t.. register said %  situ th. I't.-rk ,,f the Circuit Didc Ceuntv, Florida. TELEVISION FILMART SERVICE INC • Kluiui.i i in poratlosj WLE OWN Kit Tsu.VKii %  Ml'UiOT pi for Teanlslon hilinTtn-li>. In. "' %  In Miami, Ha. I-11 : %  :• ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  l HiCRKKY OIVEN that niMd, desiring t.. engage In tmdj.r th f„ mioiiH name of ,* KLEIN' INTKRIORS; at '"" 3 all l'..-...h. Ha., %  T.r-jiMiT % %  n 1 ""• %  Uh theI of Mi.i Ircult Court ..f I>ade norkU. *'A^!% I I T: :I!,, IS NC fln g FOR fi"^ COURT OF THE ftegpR j* BST^SP *'AIXACI BTlfr %  1 ;i. l -, BV PUBLICATION f." K .I.AIll. U Hi:i;i;i v NOTIFIED ni'laini daDivnrre, %  hi,,"; %  ""i >•' %  Nflfti.. !' answar In "I the Circuit Ida, and a llalnttrra KRANTB. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, (stalling t" encag* in buaineaa under the fl.-tlll.nl.> name "f AL'K BAR. at 2140 N.W. .itith BL, Intend* to reglHter said naaie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AI.VIX I'I-INK. N.le Owner KKSSLKR ft GARS Attornaya fr A|i|>iuant 17S2 W. Flagler SL U/11-lt-SS — 12/J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVI N thai %  1 lerslgnad, desiring ... .„••„,,, BRA II AI ro RENTAL nl if. i?" Rd Miami Beach r, „,,,,. to reglste. uld name i,llh he Clerk ? "'• %  < IrcuU Court of Da. la. II lS.M M 2 R ? l l / i, KLB,N '* .County, On II.-I i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inderaajned, desiring to engace In S:, s '".V!*,"', J. 1 '': "ltlou name of JOSEPH M I.I.KN. at 8810 N.W. 1st m Miami, Intends .,, reflater said name uith the Clark of the Clt t ourt or Dade County, Florida .1/4.11.. MU:,tl,|: COHE r.-uit NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underaigiied. desiring to ngace in v", M ,'.",; S ,t,'""'"' ""• r lltloUi name of Nl Mlil-.lt ONE BARBER SHOP, at l.i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, l-'inrIda. intends to reglater said with the Clerk of the Cln ult ..I i>aiii. County, Florida ,, fJEOROE KRAMER II 18-IS — || M name i '.nut NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneas under the fk-titious name of JIFFY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at 2311 S.w. '.'7th St.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcult Court of Dade County, Horlda. Bl DN K V i ; RI : R M aTKI N WILBUR A. HEINE MORTON M HKIOKI. Attoi n. \ foi Alipln ants 04 Blaoayne Bldg 1I/U-1S-2.". — 12-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, d.-siring to engage In | buslneaa under the firtiiioUK name of MACKOOL'S CLEANERS DYERS. at 24£il B.W. 17th A\.Intends to register said name with the Clan Of th.Circuit Court >•< Dude County, Florida. LATFLOl. MACK'"'I. ROBERT M DEE11L Attorney for Applicant 0i Siybold Jl.hr ll/ll-IS-2.'. — It I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring r• %  engage In business under the firtitimis name of 0OLDSTROM INVESTMENT CO.. at ino B, hi I. id., Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reglater said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court .•! lade • 'niintv. Florida MELVIN col.I >STROM ItlTH \V COLOSTROM II I ll-ls-2'. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In liiisin. .-.under the fii-titious name of THE TRAVEL SHOP, at 256 East flagler St.. Miami. Florida. Intends U regular said name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH ROP.BINS BEYER, WEISS, R08EN ft ROSE Attorneys for Italpli Robbins 4Jti Lincoln Road. Miami lleaeh, Ha. II t -11 -1K. •_•:, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE lg HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nani.of SWEETWATRffl BAR at 7:.0 S.W. I08th Avenue, Bweetwater, intends to reglater said name with tii•Clerk of the Circuit Curt of Dado County, Florida. RENATO i: KNOUSB KESSLER ft OARS Attorneys for Applicant I78J W. Flagler Bt. Ii 4-ll-ls-J'. ,. it.... the 2nd Voil fail to .'ifi-SHo will be this 1st day rlERItAM, %  •• l: 1-1..; of ii: C|.-ik NCI NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<. engage In business under the fictitious name ol MIAMI DANCE CENTER, at S.w Xth Street, Miami, Intends to n said name with the Clerk oft he Circuit Court of, l>ade Count>. florlda. HARVKV l.l-K STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicant 60S Lincoln Ro.nl 11/4-11-18-2 5 '_ IN OOONTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 30122-A RsK: ESTATE ol' SAUL MIN8KOFF. neensed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL OISCHAROE NOTICE Is bereb) given thai I haxe tiled my final report and petition^ for Final Discharge as Admlnl the estate of HAIL NINHKOM d. md tna "'• %  -th da> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that t!i. undersigned, desiring t" engage In buslneaa under the fictitious name of K. C PACKAGE BTORE, at IX N.W. 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends I., reglater said Dame arlth the clerk Of the Circuit Court of Ia4t.l Central Blvd. Miami, ini.-nds t" regIstei said name arlth the Clerk .ot .tna Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY NORTON MI. .in.-i foi Anpllcanl Hi-. Blscaj ne Bldg, l! l-ll-18-Ji NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v.-,-,.-,, N AME LAW %  No i ii |. | S HEREBY OIVEN that '^•undersigned, desiring to engage In A ,', \," %  •' : iUi N Miami rea,,,' 'i'""' l l n,la "te"d to : L ,'' '.' : n "'"' ,n -( ''''"< of !';;„-,.„: r "" 1 **"* %  t^. c.„m,v. kr.-vv.rtim f M ,; t ti.i.i:iss. ntj,BLYMOI l: K. HERMAN iYATt J liU ""^' ""• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M _, NAME LAW NOl UK is HEREBY OIVEN thai '" %  ng to engage In RA'texMefw the flctfiloui i,,s •',"• %  tV* OVii BTEAK "<. FOCKTAIL LOUNOE, at M Blvd N MUml, intend rglster said name with the Clerk Florid "" f "'"''' '•""">• HERBERT SCHNEIDER If BSDI ,.,, ,||A,: '-':s ROBBNBERO • IP A OARS Attorn, .,,, A |( W Flagler B) 11 18-ZS ft 1 N ,. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND H ., D A'il C OUNTY FLORIDA. IN MABEL LEE CAMPBELL, Plaintiff \'s. MACK CAMPBELL, Defendant %  •,. 1?7'.?. E BY PUBLICATION I": MACK CAMPBELL Residence Unknown YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Mill of Complaint for divorce has ben filed against you. and you are required to serve %  copy of your Answer thereto on Plaintiffs attorney, PEN ESSEN, inn Seybnld Building, Miami. Florida, and file the origin.-.' Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 12th day of December. 19S8; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will |,e taken as confessed against you Dated this 9th day of November. 1.",.".. E. R. I.EATHEKMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court By: WM. W. STOcKIM; I 'eputy Clerk REN ESSEN, Esquire Mi..in, \ inr Plaintiff 11/11-18-2:1 — 12/J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL INN. at 821 N.W. 62nd Street, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ll'-iAR M. LARSON EMMA A. LARSON KESSLER OARS Attorneys f... Applicants I78J W. Hagler St. ll/ll-l.S-2;. — 12/2 f ICTlTIOUt |J*£lA r wr i TWU1 IN „,.„ age in mine of RANT, at ia ;'; %  intends if %  ml ... MINSK.'FI 1I1 eased This :'7tli da> .f %  '" „ ..... KM \NIKI. H MINSKOrr MYERS, IIEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Estate ll/4-l: %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ 1 N that the uaderasgned. dealrlng t engage Ul.lnes. under the rirtll I-El.Co. at 2701 "*' "„'' I...end. to reglater said n. "'',; Clerk of the Circuit <""" "" ,lr County. I 11/i-ii-ii-rj NISSON a PI:ARL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORM5A IN CHANCERY. No. 114759 JOSEPH MAJEWSKI. Plaintiff, rKNNIR '• MBJBWSKI. I 'ef.-ndant ^NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JENNIK C MAJEWSKI { ] parkaMe Lane ., ,.. Sea Jersey ,1 ARK HEREBY ; Petition ''.1 Final Decn 1 "' %  TO NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36055-A In He: ESTATE OF WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known aa WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS. Dec-.1 s.-il To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. ol either of you. may have against the state of WILLIAM H. MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offtpes In th(> County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and present-.I as aforesaid, or name will be barred. Date November th, A.D. 195".. EDNA J. LKIR. As Executrix of the Last Will mid Testament of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS. Deceased MYERS, HEIMAN KAPI_*.N Attorneys for Estate 11/U-18-15 — 12/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401 CLEMENS BCHETJER, Plaintiff. HELEN E gC HBUKR, Defendant TO: HELEN SCHEIKK ieg.il .-.Ttii Ave. Forest Hills, L.I. Nw York You are required to serve a copy of v,i111 answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit (ourt on .11 before the 8th day of December, \ 11 1)86; other—rise, the Bill or Comlilniit fur Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will he taken as confessed by Dated :it Miami, Florida, this the "oiii day ••! Oclol.cr. 19'.. E. B. LKATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Horida. Bj M s. GREEN. (Circuit Court Seal) Depot} clerk MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN, Atty. s,-\ bold Building 11 I-11-18.JS Page 11 B LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  NOTICE is HEREBY Q.VBN that II,. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f SILVER Minis, at |650 N.W. 27tli Avenue. Miami, Dad County, Fla %  ntend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cquat of Uad County, Florida. F^ DAVID SILVER „ v '/.KI.ilA SI4-VKR M1EUS. HKLVIA.N ft KA11_AaN Attorneys for Applicants '. 0 Seybold Bldg. 11/4-11-18-tS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undi i signed, desiring n •"ii r the fictitious name ..r A< i. DISCOUNT CO., at 851 \v FlagSl %  t, Miami, i-'i;.., Intends to ild name with the Clerk of Hi... circuit Court of Dad.. County, da. LOUIS RA8TON, Role Owner MYERS', HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attoi i Seybold Hnlg. II 1&-Z5 — 12/2-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the mil. rsigned, d.-siiing to engage ill business under the fictitious name ..r YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE, at 8148 Northeast 124th Street. North .Miami, Florida, intends to reglst. i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court >.f Dade County, Florida JOHN TOLOMEO, Sole Owner VON ZAMFT AND KRAVITZ leys foi John Toiniii.il 1512 Security P.ull.llng 11/11-18-2.1 — 12/2 The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture window. Doei your Insurance pay for the domage? RW esMwer H thi; er sy eener se w rss u s sjwa sH esi Artfiur M. Kahn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W.. First Street _S?Js_ -tM TIAVflHS. HerlferATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jmisi> fhrkHan solicits your legal notice-. 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Page 12 B **/l Tunis last week are still receiving temporary shelter in synagogues ami public buildings. The Jewish community and Jewish members of the clt) council have protested the failure of the municipalty to render assistance to these people who are too poor to pay rent for accommodations elsewhere. ON WE AMER ICA N SCENE DETROIT (JTA)—Officials of Station W.JR here have assured the Jewish Community Council that the Jewish community Ol this city will be granted equal time to answer an address DJ Mohamed Fadhil al Jamlin chief of the IN Iraqi delegation in which he charged that the "Jewish vote" had influenced all American administrations on the question of the Middle East. The Iraqi diplomat's address, in which he also attacked "Zionist imperialists, was originally delivered before flu Economic Hub here, and was later broadcast by WJH. SAN FRANCISCO .WNSi A statement lashing the American (mm oil for Judaism lor S Statement which could be "SUbJed to the interpretation that it imputes a divided loyalty to some American Jews'' was issued here b) the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council. The Jewish Communlt) statement said "we feel strongly thai the imputing a disloyalty to this country to those who support wholeheartedly the state ol Israel, is Inexcusable and without Justification." NEW YORK \\\s The Aral) league Information Center in New York has been granted %  special fund of ssoo.ooo to expand its propaganda activities against Israel ami American Zionism, It was revealed lure by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nal B'rith The (enter was en a budget Oi 1400,000, thus making %  combined total of $700,000 alotted to it lor the coming year's operations. OTTAWA (JTA)—The Canadian (.overnment has invited Israel Foreign Minister Moche Sharetl to confer with Lester B Pearson. Minister for External Affairs, ben on Dec 1 Mr Sharett. who is currently in the tinted States on behalf of the Israel bond and United Jewish Appeal campaigns, Will be a guest of honor at a bond dinner in Montreal Nov 30. LATEST WIRE S FROM ISRAEL JERUSALEM (JTA'Premier David Ben Gurion received Maj Gen F L M Burns, United Nationtruce chief, in a 45-minute session during which the Premier reiterated Israel's determination to defend its.lf from any and all attacks but at the same tune offering the hand Of peace to all state TEL AVIV (WNSi The W'ei/mann Institute of Science hoard of %  rums this week adopted %  budget of $3.85o.ooo pounds for ti. 8-91 Dewej D Stone, noted American Jewish leader, and chairman ol the board, was honored t,, r his contributions to the cause ol Israel at a dinner tendered by the Wci/mann Institute of Science. JERUSALEM iWN's Three persons were killed and crops suffered heavy damages from floods can-,. I bj torrential rains which hit the country this'week. Bridges and roadwere swept BWU t the rising waters of the Yarkon River. NEW S IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS ROME (JTAV-A cautious warning against Catholic Church interference in Italan public schools was sounded henbj Minister of Fdu cation Dr. Paolo Rossi during a debate on education in the Italian Sen nate. Religious minorities in Italy had frequent I v complained of such interference, which they term a violation of the Italian Constitution. u V R0NA (JTA) —Special commemorative ceremonies in honor of the Italian Jewish resistance heroine. Rita Rosam. have been held here under the auspices of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities Hi K h light of the ceremonies was the decision taken to name a street in the center of this city for her, A fighter in a partisan brigade she was killed in action againt Nazi Fascist forces in the hills near here on Sept. 17, 1944. BERLIN (MTA>-Dr. Ludwig Eberlein has left his post fl s editorin-chief of "Radio Free Berlin" after a year of political haggling that followed the revelation that he had written a bitterly anti Semitic review of the "Jew Suess" film 15 years ago. When his'authorship of the review became known, the Berlin Jewish community demanded that he be removed from his key position. BONN (JTAV-Long awaited improvements in the German Federal Indemnification Law for individual victims of Nazism are once again threatened bythe latest action of the Upper House of the West Ger man Parliament. The Federal Council, reviewing draft amendments to the law, has rejected an amendment which would have extended benefits of the law to victims—many Jews—who were formerly resi dents of territory now incorporated within East Germany. The major Teason for the rejection was the amendment would have saddled the individual German states with half the indemnification burden. VIENNA (WNS)—Formation of an organization called "Action Against Anti-Semitism in Austria" was announced here by a group of Jews and non-Jews on the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the infamous "Crystal Night" of Nov. 0 to 10, 1938, when the Nazis let loose Members and friends of Sister hood of Temple Israel are making reservations for the luncheon and card party to be held in the Temple auditorium. Monday afternoon. card the monthly luncheon and party Their committee consists of Mrs Roslyn Gillman. Mrs. Sarah Goldhoff. Mrs. Esther Goulden, Mrs. Mrs Naoaia Lerinson and Mrs. Miriam Hirschfield, Mrs. Faye Monday Nat Wolfson are co-chairmen of Marguli u, """ Sun Vp':* 1 "^ Wins, Mrs B (llt h Ruffoer *"< %  Nevins. Mrs ^. Mrs Edith R„f,... Smilow. Mrs. Lee Meyer he* hostesses receiv,, and guests, V| ng the bride-to-be PIGTAILS Sr* v.RtTTY LITTLE LADY, not' bothered by thoughts of hope chest, trousseau and wedding bell.'' Due foresighted parents must think ahead! Many thousands Jo— and come to Chase Federal7where they not only add systematically to their own savings accounts for unexpected emergencies and for carefree later years but they also have savings accounts definitely "earmarked'! for Sally's wedding or Johnnie's college tuition. c Saving for a definite purpose becomes a whole lot easier and more pleasant. Especially at Chase Federal, where each account is insured to $10,000 and where it just naturally grows bigger through generous dividends twice each year. • — -s m A friendly welcome awaits you at Chase Federal. Stop in today. Current Dividend Rate 3% per annum STABILITY AND EARNINGS ATTESTED IY 41 CONSECUTIVE DIVIDENDS now...4 offices in Dade County FEDERAL MMM AND LOAN See "DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. JR. PRESENTS" Mondoy nigh) at 9:30 PM WTVJ Channel 4 1366 CIATION 1100 Lincoln R** 42f Forty First Strttt Miami Btaeb mrJStreet. S^thHJSi


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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November 25, 1955

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 25, 1955
Price lit
ited Jewish Appeal Calls For $25 Million Emergency Fund
African
Leaving
I Thousands
(YORK (JTA)The United
Appeal last nieht set in
j drive to raise a special
Cf $25,000,000 -over and
i full amount hopes to
ough its regular 1956
campaign. The sum
"the special fund will go
by to the immigration aid
r of the Jewish Agency,
I bow engaged in bringing
I settling in Israel 45.000
i Morocco and Tunisia.
|mg of the special drive
followed an emerg-
late last week at
ore than 300 reprcMBtav
6e country- major Jewish
bes voted for tho drive.
(tion came alter a personal
I-rael Foreign Minister
Brett in which he called
in the frc world, and
i in the United States, to
brunt" at this time of
| immigration, agricultural
lent and economic consid-
er! Mated that Israel re-
ereception. absorption and
nt of North African
[pnority ta-k in view of the
I so many have asked to
t mut lie the concern of
Jew-.' Mr sharctt de-
l*tosee (o it that this high-
pive work, upon the ne>
I which our entire future
uld not onlj not be jeop-
|l the prt-i ni emergency
mid. by verj n ason of it,
I and prosper."
IpUn for raising the extra
p was presented to the
""unity leaders at the
Ky conference by William
general chairman of
Edward M M. Warburg,
adent, and Rabbi Herbert
Mn, executive vice chair-
I the LJA. The plan as
"enjoins the United Jew-
W to take immediate steps
special LJA fund of $25,-
rtind on Piq, 6 A
DEFENSE DEPARTMENT SUGGESTS SECRECY
Washington Studies Arms List
Submitted by Israel as Leaders
Await Action in Tense Scene
WASHINGTON (JTA)Israel's list of defensive arms which was
submitted last week to the State Department is now being studied by
the Department of Defense and other United States agencies con-
cerned, it was announced here Wednesday by a State Department
spokesman.
The spokesman, Lincoln White, refused to reveal the types and
amounts of arms requested by Is-
Famed actress Jane Russell is presented an award by Moe
Kudler, president of B'nai B'rith District Four. Miss Russell was
honored by the Metropolitan Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Los
Angeles for her work with WAIF, child rescue organization.
'/// Ac/vised'
ATTACKS FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF ISRAEL
Syrian, Egyptian Envoys
Urge State Department
Action Against Zionists
WASHINGTON (JTA)Syrian Ambassadr Farid Zcineddine told
the State Department that his country would follow Egypt's example
and conclude an arms deal with the Communist countries if the United
States sells weapons to Israel. At the same time, he urged the U.S. Gov-
ernment "to curb" the Zionist movement in this country.
In a lengthy meeting with George V. Alen. Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs, the Syrian Ambassador reiterated the
same arguments presented by the Egyptian Ambassador He registered
"strong opposition" to an American security guarantee of Israel s fron-
tiers. He said it would mean an "alliance with Israel to support and
sustain by military force Israel's policy in the Middle East. Such a pact.
the Syrian envoy declared, would "adversely affect Amencan^ynan
relations and for that matter, American-Arab relations, to the furthest
extent possible." -. A
The Egyptian Ambassador, Ahmed Hussein, demanded that the
Continued on P9 ?A
rael. Asked to comment on reports
that Israel's request included be-
tween 40 and 50 jet aircraft, he
said the United States Government
does not normally release details
of such military requests and was
asked by Israel to refrain from do-
ii.. -o in this case.
The total value, at actual market
prices, of Communist arms being
supplied to Egypt is now estimat-
ed at one-fourth of a million dol-
lars, according to a reliable source. UNITED N A TI O NS (JTA)
Fearful that arms of such magni-. Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden's
tude might produce an irrestible I proposal for mediation between I -
U.S. Balks Over
Eden Proposals
On Middle East
"fHKAII AGUHSJ 'M0NKH' JfWJMWOKO
and Censure of Loose-Talking Arabs
[J^'JTA)-The Anti-Defamation League
rith has asked the State Department to
the circumstances of recent speeches
I* Arab diplomats which "impugn the toy-
'American Jews." The request followed a
wtnand by '
______3v&r=.5sSS
Jews." The request followed a dor .nd Mohammed r^..*gl*^^
J Americans for Democratic Action Iraqi delegation to the ^"e j, Dulles
&"** Syrian Ambassador Farid Zeined- Pasted to ^ff^gjJP^ on at least
three occasions, "overstepped the
bounds of propriety for a foreign
diplomat." He said there ll am-
ple evidence" to declare the ambas-
sador persona non grata.
The Syrian Ambassador deliver-
ed what the ADL called "a shock-
ingly anti-Semitic speech before
the Women's National Democratic
club in Washington. Mr. Jamahs
pMMh which evoked ADL's Pro-
.., was made several weeks ago
, lne Economic Club of Detroit.
Meanwhile, reply to the address
** Alliance Hits Jewish State
(All
rtual
lis
*~ (JTA>- Speeches directed against Israel marked the
2g Tuesday of the Council of the five-nation Baghdad
an which links Britain. Turkey, Iraq. Iran and Pakistan
mE** against Soviet aggression. The Counc.l
**" Place in Baghdad.
*m Said of Iraq, in opening the meeting, declared that
hS,,0Uv<'lta armed forc*s "mst ,sr"el- 'Iraq-" .'
few. UM' i,s resources for the assistance of any Arab
rfctrlv '"'" aK8ression in accordance with its obligation
*stat. .c,,|lec,lve defense and economic cooperation be-
^s.0'the Arab League." ,,
was also injected by the Turkish and Iranian
Contiuucd en Pag* 2 A
incentive for attack by Egypt. Is-
rael authorities are anxiously
awaiting action by the U.S. Gov-
ernment on their arms list.
Meanwhile, the State Depart-
ment announced that the United
States will establish "military and
political liaison" with the nations
of the Baghdad Pact linking Irafl. socjatjon,
Iran, Turkey, Pakistan and Britain.
The announcement was regarded
here is a preliminary step to Unit-
ed States adherence to the Bagh-
dad pact. The powers concerned
with that pact were to meet in
Baghdad Wednesday.
rael and the Arab states on the
basis of a "compromise" whereby
Israel would be required to make
territorial concessions was "ill ad-
vised," Israel's Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett declared here at a
luncheon tendered h i m by the
United Nations Correspondents As-
(From Washington the New York
Times reported that the United
States and Britain "see eye to eye
on the imperative necessity" of re-
Continued on Pag* 3 A
Rabbis Flay 'Guiding Statement'
$ For New York School Teachers
NEW YORK (JTA)The New
York Board of Rabbis had ex-
pressed "vigorous opposition" to
the "Guiding Statement for Su-
pervisors and Teachers" on moral
and spiritual values adopted by
the New York City Board of Su-
perintendents.
The 75-year-old organization,
whose membership embraces the
overwhelming majority of New
York City's rabbis Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform de-
clared that adoption by the Board
of Education of the Superin-
tendents' proposals, "might well
undermine our traditional relig-
ious liberties, threaten the sta-
bility and independence of our
schools, introduce devisive relig-
ious controversy in the class-
rooms, and involve the commu-
nity in constant tension."
The Board said it "feels strong-
ly that Jewish children should
not be taught religious values by
persons who are not religious
themselves." That being so, the
only practical way of preventing
this is to inquire into the relig-
ious faith of the teacher. Such an
inquiry, the Board claimed, would
constitute a religious test, a thor-
oughly inadvisable invasion of
the teachers' basic and tradition-
al rights. The Superintendents'
statement, charged the Board, ne-
gates the right to religious dis-
sentwhich it considers an es-
sential ingredient of religious
freedom.
BtN GURI0N VIEWS RAPPFD SHARPLY
Continotd on Pag* 7 A
Parliament Nixes Extremists
JERUSALEM (JTA>Motions proposed by the extreme rightist
Herut party and the Communists against the remarks made by Premier
David Ben Gurion rejecting the mediation offer by British Prime Min-
ister Sir Anthony Eden, were defeated by the Knesset here.
The Herut motion, which called for a solution to the problem by
the occupation by Israel of the entire territory of what was termed
historic Eretz Israel" was voted down by 54 to 13. The Communist
motion, that the matter should be referred to the Committee on For-
Continued on Pago 7 A


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Sobeloff Will be Principal Speaker
At Temple Emanu-EI Mortgage Fete
Simon E. Sobeloff. Solicitor | received this year-- B run H'rith
General of the United States, will
I principal speaker when meiDr
lioiN vi the qongregatjoQ "' Temple
Em'Shu El gather at a dinner-dance
meeting In the Fontainebeau hotel
Sunday night to hum the Temple's
mortgage.
Judge Sobcloll. B termer ju-tico
of the Mankind Couii <>t Appeals
and now a President Eisenhower
nominee for Judge ot the Fourth
lit Court Ol Appeal-, recently
president'a medal for humanita-
jrianisni and public ser\ ice
Kabiii Irving LehrmM will
fatal at Hip raertgege hurninvi cera-
monx. assiated bj a group ol religi-
oua achool students all ol whosn are
grandchildren of the Temple's
Eounden
Samuel Friedland, president of
the i Non. Mid "\\e taped
that every member ol our coi
gation will be on hand for this
momcntoii- occasion and to do hon-
or tO OUrguest Speaker Attendance
of the dinner ha- already crossed
the 500 mark, and we anticipate a
sellout."
Judge BehaleU will he guest ol
the Friedlands during his stay m
Miami Beach.
Chairman of the fund -railing
campaign Is Joseph M. Hose. BB-
listed by cochairmen Joseph M.
I.ipton. Benjamin G Kline and
Ben F. Danbaum. Honorary cam-
paign chairmen are Harry Sirlin
and Charles Fruchtman.
The dinner i> being nrr;n
under the ro chairmanship ol Max
Boderman. Loo Robinson and
Samuel I.ipton
George Talianoff. program chair-
man for the evening, will introduce
Judge Sobeloff.
University Chapter to Meet wui mee^^
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Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay
Harbor Islands and co-chair-
man with Leon J. Ell of the Men-
del Fisher testimonial dinner
Dec. 4 at the Di Lido hotel, this
week urged members of the
dinner committee to report to
the Jewish National Fund office,
600 Lincoln rd., to settle ac-
counts for tickets sold thusfar.
INF of Greater Miami is spon-
sor of the affair at which an
overflow audience is expected.
Seitlin Named to Committee
Appointment of Samuel Seitlin.
civh leader of Miami, to member
'ship on the National Jewish Wei
fare Board national health and phy
sical education committee was an
nounced this week by Charh 1
Arnstem committee chairman and.
a member of the is Olympic
Committee. JWB'a health and phy
sical education committee is the
coordinator ol and advisor to the
health and physical education pro-'
grams sponsored by JWB's more
than 350 affiliated Jewish ( (immu-
nity Centers and YM-YWHAs
Baghdad Alliance Flays Jewish State

Continued from P*g 1 A
'
Premiers ,n their speeches at the session. Referring to the Baghdad
Pact. Turkish Premier Adnan Mendere* said: -This pact has already
If ,h* most "nportant step toward providing for the security of the!
Middle hast against the danger from the north. While we are thus
gradually achieving progressive organization of the Middle East against
the northern danger which threatens it. I cannot refrain from mention-
ing the question of Palestine which worries Ua all in view of the security
and stability of this area He added that the pact members all had the
duty to work for an equitable solution of the Palestine question "
Iranian Premier Hussein Ala also brought up the Arab-Israel dis-'
pute. saying Iran is prepared to do all possible to cooperate in reaching
a just settlement "Iran earnestly trusts that the Inited Nations will
be able to solve the dispute which exists between our Arab friends and
Israel." he said.
The State Department has maintained that adherence to the Bagh
dad Pact would lessen Iraq .s hostility toward Israel The United States'
las, week announced its "military and political liaison" with the Bash-'
dad Pact.
Bender to Serve
On Vet's Boord
Willard H Bender has been
elected to a three-year term as
national executive committecman
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States.
Election was at
the 60th national
e n campment ol
JWV here at the
end of October
Bender will ser\
ice on the nation
al executive
hoard as well as
on the board of]
inquiry He sue
coeds Louis Phil
lips, of Miami.
Bender was
first commander of West Miami
Post 223 and served as senior vice
commander of the State Depart-
ment of Florida when, in 1953, he
was elected to the office of state
commander.
Bender is a member of the West
Mami Jewish (enter and West Mi-
ami Lions Club. For the past two
years, he has been on the West
Miami Township planning and zon-
ing board.
He reWderwtth his wife. Estelle,
and daughter, Susanne, at 5861 SW
13th ter.
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ttt Region ZOA Dinner to Hear
,vn. Wiley in Major Policy Speech
Frldor. Nov.mW 25, 1955 fa,,.,, ^,MJ__
, seven Southern
tiuding some of the most
^ers in government
[i community life in the
(Baking Plans to come to
'b to attend the annual
*he Southeast region of
i organization of Amen-
J*-ill be held Sunday eve-
L ji, at the Fontainebleau
Beach dinner will be
in. Wilty
Balks Over
Proposals
Middle East
ftnutd from Page 1 A
Middle Eastern crisis.
Ecessarily on the methods
be used. This, the
became evident when
(Department, in response
ies, issued a statement
to Prime Minister
|ifer to mediate between
ad the Arab states. The
i statement supported Sir
: intentions but not nec-
Fbis specific proposals. The
like United States-British
lies in Sir Anthony's
i that Israel and the Arab
mpromise" their bound-
is, the Times report em-
rtt said that "the de-
lines along the Israel-
; can be altered, but
f mutual consent, and not
There might be mutual
if the Arabs and the
fart within the framework
linnistice agreements," he
[Among some of the state-
I by Mr. Sharett, in ad-
|to his comment about Sir
fs proposal, were:
*hat the Hussions hope to
I" the Czech arms deal with
fin foothold of influence
'Middle Easl to counter*
i moves which they see as
tial danger."
'generous financial sup-
Pwn Israel development by
tors in the I'nited States
Nation of the hopefulness
'confidence in Israel's fu-
l"d not a sign of Israel's
weakness Israel might
' Msistance for de-
ait purposes if it had
l"d MMequently had to
fs for its defense forces."
fA I'nited States security
Fh Israel would, presum-
P* a deterrent of aggres-
M Israel."
the starting gun of many similar
dinners that will be given through-
out the country to mobilize public
opinion to influence the United
Nations to take a positive stand
again* Russian arm* shipments in
the Middle East and to urge the
UN to guarantee the borders of
Israel and the Arab states,
U. S. Senator Alexander Wiley
of Wisconsin, ranking Republican
member of the Senate foreign rela-
tions committee, heads the list of
national leaders who will address
the group. Republican and Demo-
cratic leaders of the Senate and
Congress, including those from the
State of Florida, and many state
officials will also be invited to at-
tend.
Sen. Wiley, who was formerly
chairman of the Senate foreign re-
lations committee, has expressed
himself previously in behalf of the
security pact proposed by Secreta-
ry of State Dulles, and has accused
Soviet l-adership "of fomenting
the present Israel-Arab outbreaks."
Sen. Wiley is expected to devote
his speech to the U. S. official at-
titude on the Middle East crisis.
This year's dinner will take place
during the Jewish traditional holi-
day of Chanuka. According to
Seymour B. Leibman, president of
the Southeast region of the Zionist
Organization of America, over
1,000 persons are expected to at-
tend the dinner. Associated with
Liebman is Joseph M. Rose as co-
chairman.
Dr. Morris Goodman, who was
chairman of the first Southeast
regional dinner held earlier this
year, was named honorary chair-
man of the event.
Other members of the committee
re Ben Appel, Murray Bloom,
Saul Genet, Abe Hurewitz, Morris
Kristal, Oscar Lelchuk, Herbert
Linick, A. Arthur Pekelner, Mr.
and Mrs. Platoff, David Provus,
Al Quadow, Mrs. Oida Rubin,
Philip Salmon, Morris Simon, Jack
Wagner and Jerome Weinkle.
Page 3 A
Chest Campaign
Nudges Halfway
Mark in Dade
The county-wide 1956 Communi-
ty Chest campaign now has reached .
a total of $507,283 of the $1 370 000 Colonial hotel,
goal for the 25 Red Feather agen- According to
cies, John B. Turner, Chest presi-
dent, announced at Miami Beach's
Divs.on "A" first report meeting
on Friday, in the Shelborne hotel.
Leonard A. Wien, Beach cam-
paign chairman, told the Commun-
ity Chest workers at Friday's re-
port meeting that a total of $84,759
or 60 per cent of Division "A"'s
quota has been pledged.
The Division "A" team raised
$15,586 of that amount during the
past week. At the same progress
report last
Henrlirm th~ v. i j- ,l F^*1 Iast year- Beach workers
Heading the hotel division for,had only 47 per cent in the till
the Miami Beach Branch of the!Wicn said-
current Red Feather drive are Sundav- the Beach's Metropoli-
deft lo right) Sam Rivkind, ex-
ecutive president of the Miami
Beach Hotel Association; Miss
Jenny Bennett, coordinator of ,
the women's hotel group; andl^b an effort to wind up the en-
fcaul Cohen, president of the)tire Chest drive on the Beach by
beach Hotel Association. Dec. 15.
New Division to Meet
Luncheon meeting of the steer-
ing committee of the Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Federation Young Men's
Division has been called for Tues-
day noon, Nov. 29, at the Miami
Julian Weinkle,
chairman of the newly organized
division, the group will meet in
the Ecuadorian room and discuss
plans for future educational meet-
ings designed to indoctrinate young
business and professional men in
the community service programs
of Federation.
Raff Again Named
Optimist of Year'
For the second consecutive year,
tan Division, with some 2.000 worn- N. Doug Raff, president of Miami
en volunteers, set out ringi
doorbells in the house-to-house
campaign for the Community
Chest, a full month ahead of sched-
Miami Sends Delegates to Junior
Hadassah Confab in Atlantic City
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah.
Young Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, sent three dele-
gates and alternates to the 32nd
annual convention of Junior Ha-
dassah which is being held at the
Ritz-Carlton hotel in Atlantic City
this week.
More than 500 delegates repre-
senting Junior Hadassah'* groups
in every section of the United
States are attending the four-day
assembly which is charged with
the responsibility of blueprinting
organization programs in Israel
and in the United States for the
next year.
Local delegates headed by Miss
Sandra Frogel, 1921 SW 62nd ave.,
left for Atlantic City Wednesday.
The Miami contingent to the na-
tional convention includes Misses
Frogel, Arlene Forster, 2220 SW
13th st., and Ann Basch who
hasn't returned to Miami since her
trip to Israel this summer. Miss
Harriet Freedman, 7301 SW 9th
st., is representing the Miami
Beach Unit.
A distinguished array of Amer-
ican and Israel leaders will ad-
dress the four-day sessions which
will be dedicated to advancing
Junior Hadassah's program of so-
cial welfare, child rescue and re-
habilitation, and land redemption
in Israel.
Beach Little League, has been
elected "Optimist of the Year" by
Optimist Club of Miami Beach.
With the award goes a symbolic
plaque and a title which Raff will
hold until November, 1956.
Since joining Optimist Club of
Miami Beach seven years ago. Raff
has guided Little League activities
through six seasons, and has re-
cently taken on operation of the
Pony League. Both of these groups
offer organized baseball activities
to youth of Miami Beach.
In addition, he is director of Op-
timist Club's annual invitational
tennis tournament.
As Boys Work chairman of the
Optimist Club, Raff is responsible
for youth activities of the club.
During the years of his member-
ship, Raff has been four times a
member of the board of directors,
as well as vice president.
Raff is a member of the City of
Miami Bach planning board, board
member of Greater Miami Hotel
Association, member of the Variety
Club, Miami Beach Apartment
House Association and Hotel Greet-
ers of America.
Committee Honors
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Friday. November 25, 1955
Volume 29 Number 47
Kislev 10. 5716
UJA Seeks Emergency Immigration Fund
The United Jewish Appeal this week set into
motion a new campaign for $25,000,000 over
and above the 1956 UJA national campaign.
Purpose of this additional $25,000,000 will be
to aid the immigration program of the Jewish
Agency, which is now engaged in bringing
over and settling in Israel 45,000 Jews from
Morocco and Tunisia.
This special fund has been necessitated as a
result of the critical situation in which Israel
now finds itself m the Near East. With the in-
creasing military threat of her Arab neighbors,
the Jewish State must divert a major share of
its national budget for defense purposes.
It is therefore incumbent on the American
Jewish community to make up the difference
to assist Israel in carrying out its day-to-day
humanitarian activity in the field of rescue
work.
The UJA announcement highlights two sig-
nificant fields in the Necr East. On the one
hand, it is becoming clearly apparent that
Western foreign policy (here has given the
Arabs sufficient courage completely to flaunt
the UN truce commission, the Israel-Arab 1948
armistice agreements and the Treaty of Con-
stantinople regulating the use of the Suez canal.
On the other, the announcement emphasizes
the emergently critical situation in which North
African Jews find themselves as French influ-
ence wanes there. All declarations of eguality
for minority groups and friendship to the con-
tiary. North African Jewry will experience in-
creasing difficulty socially, economically and
politically as the Moslems gam ascendancy.
This is not a guestion of North African Moslem
antipathy to the Jewish community but of Near
Eastern Arab influence over their Moslem
brethern in Morocco and Tunisia.
Such influence can only mean that Arab
Women's Division Conference
Women's Division of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will hold their second annual edu-
cational conference in the Fontainebleau hotel
Nov. 30.
Purpose of the conference is to apprise volun-
teer women workers of the role Federation
plays in coordinating the activity of Miami's
Jewish welfare, health and education agencies,
as well as national and overseas organizations
operating in behalf of Jewry here, abroad and
in Israel.
Women's Division of Federation now func-
tions on a year-round basis and indicates the
degree to which the local Jewish community
has grown over the years. Moving to meet the
increasing needs of this rapidly expanding
area, women here are assuming a great share
of the responsibility involved in Federation's
annual campaigns.
It is a tribute to their division that they recog-
nize the urgent need of apprising their co-
workers of the intricate nature of the programs
in which they participate. Understanding the
fateful stakes in achieving the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal aoal annually stakes which in-
clude the welfare of the State of Israel and the
progress achieved by Federation's local affili-
ate organizations the Women's Division has
during the past three years, for example,
achieved an enviable record in fund raising.
In 1953, the Women's Division was respon-
sible for $148,000 of CJA's cash total, collecting
over 100 percent of its share of the campaign.
In 1954, the division garnered $150,595 or some
95 percent of the CJA goal. While in the 1955
drive, the women gathered $158,483 -a figure
close to the 100 percent mark.
This is ample evidence of the vigor with
which the Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation enters into the respon-
sibility of doing its part each year. The Nov.
30 educational conference will be especially
significant in view of the current Middle East
crisis and the difficult situation in which Israel
finds itself today.
But the Jewish community knows it can rely
on this division to bring to the 1956 CJA cam-
paign the same understanding and energy it
has brought to campaigns previously.
League leadership will bring pressure to bear
on the newly liberated Moslems to frustrate the
migratory efforts of North African Jewry to
Israel with the pronouncement that Zionism in
the Middle East poses a threat to the existence
of all Arab peoples in the area.
It seems like a weighty task indeed for a
$25,000,000 fund to undertake. Nonetheless,
this UJA fund will in a measure secure the con-
When unannounced news about ,?? ques"os {,
astonishefl. History again rerUw ?ngeme"ts ilj
nothing from the pa*t. **** ,lself: MiaJ^
We can begin wfth
..*7 ,.... ovum wren a specifir th.*- .
world: for generation-. mSZZlZ?.?. beachhd *'
for ^nSKSS^SSRK ,**- ^
U** As result of the SlIUZT2
East against West without Miceess t" f J*
there. the_U. S. will male, irtJii-J
with, Israel bearing iiSSSKSSt *i
hr.7L;"rd'n0(Ari,
We can add a second thesis: The ZtariasTw!1*!
has been accused of all sorts of thine/ iZ ?Jm*"H
State of Israel. Most of the kcu.&?^"?
some have been groundless Severa **n
gratitude for the exalted ro,e the ZOA uSSffU
age-old dream; a few fail to show the s H*i*
uses to which the libido of mass arllr,n ran'^ "nder*,
In toto the charts against the ZOAv ?* B
des.re on the part of many Jew, to bun uha, ,h? n4
an organization whose usefulness is lonEer and Ih!!^
refuses to succumb to rigor mortis an(1Indium,
tinued migration of North African Jewry to
Israel and at the same time permit the Jewish
State to negotiate the purchase of sorely needed PLANNING BEGINS WITH JUST ASSUMPTION
defense weapons.
By solid implication, the American Jewish
community must answer the United Jewish Ap-
peal's call with the kind of affirmative tone
that the Arabs can not mistake. There can be
neither hesitancy nor compromise in this re-
gard.
Certainly, if the need e
Mayor Abe Aronovitz
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz is now retired.
He has officially withdrawn from the mayor's
office well before Mayor-elect Randy Christmas 'J^Z kTSSTS X?Z "'"7
,_i___.._ u:_ j...:_. mging to the attention of the State liepartment the
muni y here and in Israel. The military dange \t)
result of political ami economic manipulation is TSJ
i.istiy espouse a. being within the province ol Zionism?
practical frame of reference Those who declared th/
operated according to the principle thai tactual *
Jewish State precluded further purpose in Zionist Mk*T
In the lapse of years between the War of Liberation anil
crisis, the shift of emphasis has been from idealist phita
pounded by Zionism to practical implementation through 1
Appeal and Israel Bond drives But Zionists can rightlyi
that Israel1* condition today require- other types ,.f pmei
fronts The rally at Bayfront Park last week k icaatM
This area's Zionists decider! that a mass
takes up his duties.
Reasons of health have dictated Mayor Aron-
ovitz' decision to retire, as well as to leave un-
fulfilled his two remaining years of tenure as
a member of the city commission.
It is a fact beyond dispute that all Miam-
ians interested in the welfare of their commu-
nity are sorry to see Mayor Aronovitz go. For
the record indicates that our city has never
had a better mayor.
Almost from the first day in office, Mayor
Aronovitz has-been a controversial figure
aligning himself on the side of all issues which
represented the best interests of the people.
But this was to be expected.
For Mayor Aronovitz, long before he held
elective office, battled for the good of Miami
as a responsible citizen who was mainly inter-
ested in progress. The record of his accomplish-
ments in the office of mayor is too lengthy to
examine here.
But it is the man, himself, who symbolizes
the success of his career. Mayor Aronovitz will
long be remembered and, we are certain, con-
sulted by the peopleas in the days before he
was elected to officeon many major interests
which effect their future as citizens of this com-
munity.
For Miamians trusted him when they named
Mayor Aronovitz their top city official. After
two years in that capacity, they continue to
trust him and to hold his judgment and sincerity
in high regard. There can be no greater tribute
toany man who leaves a public office.
ways. But Miami's Zionists continue somehow to rtnunj
even if silently, by the accusations drought agaiiM th.
Liberation. Conditioned by the general cry of Zioni-t u%e>a
have unfortunately adjusted to a level ol mediocre infa
leaves them without imagination.
Leaders here started out with a just assumption. Hi
wise idea for the general community to voice its protest:
foreign policy in the Near East: the ZOA would assume I
behind-the-scenes "co-sponsor."
20A SHUNS ITS CLEAR POWERS AT AN OPPORTUNE
What affinity the local ZOA feels for the American Chrij
tine Committee. I shall never understand But the (act i
during the past few years. Miami's Zionists have hardly
produce a single major area wide program without ACT
In each instance. American Christian Palestine Committee]
has been nominal and ineffectual and lias only succeeded*]
the ZOA's lack of self-assurace.
In any case, local Zionists again sought ACPC "st
Bayfront Park venture. I voiced strong opposition (01
ciission with several community leaders well before ]
ment of the rally. My feeling was that the American Ch
Committee here is a name without innards, that the
apparent, that ACPC would muster no show case''
would be left holding the bag.
I was assured otherwise. A nationally renowned speadl
brought to Miami under ACPC auspices; general commu
would be gathered for this highly important venture.
Further to confound the situation. Zionist officials weatl
tion to seek co sponsorship, thus flying in the face of tl
t ionthe need for Zionism today to speak out in an_
in days gone by. Apparently, it entered no Zionst u
that the ZOA's essential need is to wrest its character
symbol from the seemingly ineluctable identification tm\
tions throughout the nation with Israel's total destiny.
Not only did Zionists fail to see that they must prove!
now more than everif they are to preserve their wgamw
ty-by going it alone, but they failed to see that taw-
Federation might seriously endanger Federations
anthropic agency.
Itisil
RALLY LEAVES ZOA HIGH AND DRY
Federation's functions are clear in this TQ^ra,
agency dedicated to supporting local, nations an
t.ons for the welfare of Jewry at large and the je>
It is a body devoted to community planning ot new ,
tural. religious, aged, educational and family sen,k i-
tion can not be compromised, nor its purposes cm
in outright fashion political pressure action oi n}
emotional rallies of nonspecific purpose. ^
That Federation did not succumb complete*'
a tribute to some of its leaders who were "J"1"4'""" du|y.
ing pithy emotion from the basic knowledge o! i^
Thus did the Bayfront Park rally last "^ '%mm,i
sponsorship of the American Christian I***"" ,ion.
Zionist Organization, in cooperation witn r Vori
speaker was Pauline Frederick, a prize winning .
mentator And the result? .mnuV
One has only to look to the jneral,c0,r"""(l Rabbi **
tions media for the answer. Television 'u^Lf-. and'
land Mrs. Arm Brenner Meyers, noted local Z Ma ^ lk
.thought. Mia. Frederick. Dr H. J-*"^I*
Christian Palestine Committee, was WWW* MfVfr,
ited
ntione
c
Will Hi BALANCE THE SITUATION?
The morning daily heavily emphasized ^
the United States to sign a security pact witni ^ ^^
ick in two paragraphs at the end of its rep ^^
Uams. by name only, three sentences from w"^
e e .
A GENUINE OPPORTUNITY jg"**^UrftoJ **1
Can Zionist leaders be deluded into w gs anjibing'
community looked upon the Bayfront far*
Centineed on P-9 9A


25. 1955
^J^MfhrM^r?
Named Chairman of Dinner Honoring Rif kind
Ler president of the
Pi0n' la,hin oH
L chairmanship ol a
Crently mapping plans
K* region ??*$
fjho American Jewid
LiAf'.. region director,
W in accepting the
wi!l shortly make
McaoMta regarding
|< for the dinner which
died Sunday. Dec. 18,
- Countr)-Club.
[speaker at the Dec. 18
he Judge Simon H. Rif-
Uer revealed. He im-
U into motion plans to
L program for the AJ
faceting Dr. Pah*,
fman of A.K executive
Jliami. appointed Mrs.
L r i jfrs David Flee-
co-chairmen of arrange-
Dr. Kurt Ptiser
man ;iv
ments.
Jn'^|RUWi,<'h Vi<" Pr,'-i'l"n' <>
general manager of station WTVJ
will be program chairman
JJ>dge R.fkinn, wlro ,. chairman
Of the national executive commit-
tee of AJC. is former IS District
Judge and a member of the board
oi nigner education of New York
law WhrC h(" CUrrpn,l>' Practices
Dr. Peiser, before coming to
Miami, was vice president of the
University of Pennsylvania, with
Harold ii Stusen, now of Presi-
dent's Eisenhower Foreign Opera-
tions Administration, then holding
the office of president.
In addition. Dr. Peiser Via a
noted social worker in Detroit and
Philadelphia, heading the Allied
Jewish Appeal in the latter citv
Destiny in Hands of USSR Pauline Frederick
j -. : .,. ,41*. sTnod K<* tU nfc .
Idestinv today is no die East by causing the conflicting ami and co chairman of the local
Controlled Her fate is parties there to enter into direct 'ACRK chapter
i the hands of the USSR negotiations to the end that they
hited State- It should may conclude a lasting peace."
ads of the United Na- Maurice Survis, Zionist council
chairman who presided at the ral
the theme of an ad-
ational television and
_otator Pauline Fred-
[Thursday night at the
Lide mil) "to meet France had issued a joint "declara-
cn-> in the Middle
Bayfront Park band-
the joint auspices of
[Council of South Flor-
Greater Miami chap-
uican Christian Pal-
uttee. the meeting at-
than 3.000 persons
1 preralh estimate.
wd overwhelmingly
llengthy resolution intro-
|Zion:! Council officer
*r Meyer* which call-
States to sjgn a
t nth Israel and to sell
b' arms and equipment
Jlution also urged "the
i to exercise its great
I the crisis in the Mid-
Cooperating organizations for
the rally included B'nai B rith. the
Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds. Greater Miami
ly^read telegrams from Florida Jewish Federation. Hadassah the
Vonornrc VrutL'L'or/1 UnlUnrl .... i -. ._
Senators Spessard Holland and
George Smathers. Holland noted
that the United States, Britain and
tion of policy against aggression
on Israel's borders in 1950." He
stated he would aid in an attempt
to effect a formal pact reincorpor-
ating the policy.
Smathers said in part, "In view
of the Communist activity of sell-
ing arms to Egypt. I believe U. S.
justified in selling arms to Israel
for defense only."
Other speakers included Andrew
J. Sordoni, national president of.
the American Automobile Associa- j
tion. who said 'never shall the!
Jews be driven into the sea. never
again shall we see six million Jews
slaughtered;" Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association; and
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
Zionist Organization of America,
Labor Zionists and the Workmen's
Circle.
Mrs. Mae Weinstein, state presi-
dent of Hadassah, headed the
speakers" committee; Charles Ja-
cobson on the advertising commit-
tee, and Gerald Schwartz the pub-
1 lie relations committee.
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Delinquency Theme
Of Tuesday Forum
Youth leads all crime in the
United States. This shocking fact
Ml he brought home to Greater \
Miami residents on Tuesday eve-j
Bin* Nov. 29. at the Coral Gables
Jewiaii (enter by Aubrev S. Brent
Assistant Special Agent of the FBI
here in Miami.
The public is invited to attend
this symposium on "The Challenge
of Delinquency."
The symposium will include Mrs.
Mary Dial, director of the Chil-
dren's Home in Kendall and a na-
tionally known expert on delin-
quency whose opinions have
appeared in many national publica-
tions, and Miss Marion Rubinstein,
magazine writer photographer
whose article "The Challenge of
Delinquency" serves as the basis
for the symposium.
Miss Rubinstein has had articles
and photographs in such outstand-
ing magazines as Farm Journal.
McCall's Christian Herald, The
Voice of St. Jude, Fisherman,
Page 5 A
Grail, Marian Magazine and about
50 other national publications.
She is the author of "Aventuring
in Palestine," published by Alfred
Knopf, which was included in "Out-
standing Books Selected from 39
Countries," published by the Inter-
national University Women.
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Golf Pork Hotel
Unveils New Pool
Golf Park hotel and apts. at
Washington ave. and 19th st, Mi-
ami Beach, this week announced
the addition of a new swimming
pool to their establishment.
Owned and operated by Meyer H.
Frankel and son Marvin, the Golf
Park has a large parking area for
guests and a sundeck with a panor-
amic view of Miami Beach.
The operators indicated that the
hotel 'is close to Lincoln rd., the
restaurant area and synagogues.
Our establishment offers apart-
ments with complete hotel service,
and rooms on a daily, monthly or
seasonal rental basis."
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Page 6 A
+JmMkc*&* Monday night's dinner meeting of the Men's Club of Temple
Fmanu-El brought together (left to right) co-chairman Henry
Cove, president Allen Goldberg. Rep. Dante B. Fascell and
George J. Talianoff, Temple vice president. ____^^_^^_
Fascell Takes Strong Stand on Levant;
Calls for Affirmative UN-US. Action
\n overflow crowd of more
than 200 persona Monday nicht
rd Rop. Dante B. Fa-icoll t;iko
\ strongest -kind to date in the
ent Middle Basl itim-. Speak-
ing at a dinner meetini; of the
- Club of Temple Emanu-El,
S th Florida's congressman Hid
cannot Mand Idly by and al-1
I Israel to sink."
I BSCell said the t'njted States
il loo (ir COmmited lor many rea-
brael ia the bastion of de->
racy in the Middle East and!
t he preserved."
The diminutive, dynamic repre-
tatire of the Fourth District
* in a fighting mood as tie ,i-
ed: "Now la the time (of af-
tive action by the United
St tea and the United Nations The
Ik Fast baa the greatest kind-
potential of any area in the
i' Id It therefore merits the
test attention.''
Turning to the Communist arms
(i-. 1 with Egypt through ('/echo-
akia Fascell stated, "I don't
ii we can afford to get in-
ed in an intensive arms race
at his time But I do know we can-
l afford to sit around while the '
s pour endlesa quantities o|
arms into all the countries which
surround Israel."
Allen Goldberg, president of the
Men's Club, presided at the ses-
i sion. Some 35 new members were
inducted, swelling the rolls past
the 300 mark.
Rabbi Irvinjj Ix-hrman. spiritual
leader, announced the temple's
thanks for the newlv revealed proj- j
ect of the Men's Club to provide
the Temple with a complete lib-
rary.
Benjamin G Kline. Henry Cove
and Joseph M. Rose served as din-,
ner co-chairmen. Temple vice pres-1
ident George J. Talianoff intro-
duced Fascell. and Gerald Schwartz
handled the public relations
Sterling Hotel
Opens for Season
David Rosner has announced the
reopening of the Sterling hotel for
the winter season on Tuesday,
Nov. 29. The resort owner, whose
following has been developed over
more than 20 years of hotel man-
agement, is nationally known for
providing his guests with fine food
in the cherished tradition of Jewish
orthodox)
The 150-room hotel at 6767 Col-
lie- ,i\r features a cuisine adher-
ing to strict dietary rules. A dairy
pool tide snack bar will be a com-
fortable novelty lor swimmers and
sun-bathers, with all food from the
mack bW served with the compli-
ments of the management.
The Sterling will operate prim-
arily on the American plan. Ro ner
revealed, but Furopean rates may
be arranged, special diets, such as
[low-caloric or salt free, also will be
available to Sterling guests without
extra charge
The $1,500,000 Sterling has pro-
visions lor banquets, seating 500
persona comfortably, and outstand-
ing convention facilities. Its public
space area, which includes a 900-
foot ocean terrace, massive lobby.
TV theater lounge, large card room
and a spacious pool and cabana
section, make the Sterling hotel
one of the few in Florida designed
for conventions.
The hotel is completely air con-
ditioned, with individual controls
in each room. Central heating is
provided as well. With an eye to
family living, the Sterling has re-
placed steps with graded walks in
the outdoor play and lounge courts,
reducing hazards for children and
adding to the comfort of older per-
sons.
United Jewish Appeal Reveals Need
Of $25 Million Immigration Fund
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Continued from Pag* 1 A
000.000 to be separate from, and
additional to, the sums that the
I IA will raise in 1956 through its
regular nationwide campaign."
The L'JA National Campaign
Kashruth Still
Problem Here
Rabbi Israel Klavan. executive
secretary of the Rabbinical Council
of America, is conferring with
members of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation kashrut organ-
izing committee. Irving Cypen.
chairman, said Wednesday.
Federation's organizing commit-
tee has been established for the
purpose of creating a single and
unified Vaad Hakashnith in Great-
er Miami and will meet on Thurs-
day evening. Dec. 1. at Federations
offices, 420 Lincoln rd.
Federation has been functioning
in an advisory capacity at the re-
quest of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami in an effort to
clear up the kashruth problem in
the community.

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Cabinet approved a plan for it* 57
members to visit every major Jew-
ish community in the country in
the next 30 days to secure commit-
ments to the $25,000,000 special
fund. Mr. Warburg, who is also
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, a constituent and bene-
ficiary organization of the UJA. re-
ported that the "JDC is waiving all
rights to participation in the spe-
cial fund so that it can go in its
entirety for immigration and ab-
sorption in Israel."
William Rosenwald. gen eral
chairman of the I'JA. in keynot-
ing the special drive at a meeting
of the Appeal's top-level National
Campaign Cabinet, termed it "an
emergency departure from the
UJA's accustomed fund-raising pro-
cedure necessitated by the grave
larms crisis imposed on the free-
dom of the people of Israel by the
Communist-F.gyptian weapons ar-
rangement." He emphasized that
"the Communist arming of Egypt
has seriously limited the ability of
the Israel Government to contrib-
ute to the Jewish Agency's im-
j migration programs, thereby mak-
'ing it necessary and imperative
that American Jews lift this bur-
den from the people of Israel to
the fullest extent."
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Norember 25. 19W
icke and Sing'
[Boards at
jler-Granada
L and Sing." Clifford
(hit plav. will he presented
isler-Granada Jewish Com-
, Center Nov. 26 and 27 and
I Shaw is director of the pro-
and cast Includes Wynn
"Bill Farhio. Muriel Stone,
Marshall. In in-: I-ix. Charles
[., Jack Greenberg, Morton
Hd Aaron Shapiro.
Awake and
Norman Pallot.
ke and Sing" is a realistic
I ng life m New York in
tjdle Thirties, during the de-
tn era and h built around a
j Family. Shaw explained
[ting and scenery is being
bed by Andrew ('reenhut of
khersity ol Miami.
rding to Pall)!. <>ne night's
nance has been sold out
|ete:\ to Coral Gables chapter
i B'nlh. "They are selling
fstnbutins tickets for this
maice as a fund raising af-
their behalf.*- Pallot said.
ticket chairman is Sam
I Karmio! is in charge of
Granada ticket committee,
jjpj Mickelson is in charge
city.
M*!*tI*>rfdrMar!
Page 7 A
^AwaktlcTsln^K1031 5 *?** hm Clifford Odotf
Awaice and bing to be presented at Flaqler-Granada lew-
tah Community CenterNoy. 26 and_27 and Dec 3 and 4.
m
Miami Beach Bar Association Elects
Noted Attorney, Leader President
Walter C. Kovner. Miami Beachi officer nf iho n,- a
;tetn0trn7-,hhaMb0Cn ne,eC,ed +\ ^^ .Tit
dent of the Miami Beach Bar A* der his leadership that the cC
nSJ0w? y!fr 1956' W3S ter* the related >*" and ,he gen-
announced Wednesday eral ordinances of the Citv of S-
A former special assistant attor- ami Beach were enacted into the
71E2' o/ S',?- rVnCr> Cde "f ,he <** of >-i Belch
a graduate of Cornell University in 1951.
and the Cornell law school. He was v' K
admitted to the New York Bar toLS haS fe?n,act,ve in nV Wr-
itable and fraternal organizations.
Kovner was president of the Miami
. Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith in 1947 ]
Dade county since April. 1939. andi'Si^^S 1*22 F**
at the present time, he is a mem- I L l Hlllel, Adfv,*?ry <*
ber of the law firm of KnvnTr t, Cl1 of the Universl,.v Miami, hav-
SLL If., ^Jf^ !._K.VJner..& '"8 ^en its president from 1949 to
Extreme Rightist Motions Hit in Knesset
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Ci8nMrffan rS deeated by a vote of 25 t0 13- wjth 23 abstentions,
atinn nmn r'.nu '? hlS address t0 the Knesset, rejected the jnedi.
Promise--Pn L" ?".bas,^which sir Anthony had proposed-a "com.
feaafetpPH.^UK f.r'.fS ThC Premier said that P1"0^5*1 t0 truncat
chnr ryrad,n ,egaI' mral r l0ical basis" H ddd that
hJ?i 5 frm encouragng peace, would only bolster Arab
intransigeance and aggressive intentions.
iin"?uW.aS.eS'Plecially critical of what he termed (he "fantastic sugges-
tion that Arab aggression should be rewarded by the concession of
Israel territory. The Premier made it clear, however, that his offer to
meet for peace talks with Arab leaders still stood.
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)L Says Arabs
imed Jews
rtinotd frpm Page 1 A
!i. Iraqi delegate to the
^ Nations, in which he had
t 'tat the "Jewish vote" in-
d American policy in the
k*t, was delivered in De-
Fer Station W.IR. Dr. Jam-
W*h. originally delivered at
wwomic Club, had been re-
j*1 b>- WJR. and Jewish com-
"ty leader had demanded equal
lor a reply
Michel's Opens
On Normandy Isle
Michel's, only kosher restaurant
on Normandy Isle, had its premiere
opeaing Thanksgiving Day.
Located at 940 -71st st., Michel's
caters strictly kosher meals under
the Rabbinical supervision of the
Vaad Hakashruth of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Ever
is spiritual leader.
Permanent mashgiach on Mi-
chel's premises is Rev. Hertz
Weiss.
Michel's kosher menus are pre-
pared by the finest koafcer chefs
under the personal supervision of
the famous Barney. The air condi-
tioned restaurant has the best fac-
ilities for food preparation, includ-
ing three large walk-in freezers,
stainless steel equipment, ice mak-
er and other modern equipment.
Michel's is now accepting res-
ervations for kosher catered par-
ties. Bar Mitzvahs, weddings and
1 banquets.
1953. At the present time, Kovner
is a trustee ot Temple Israel of
Miami.
Kovner was also chairman of the
Housing Authority of the City of
Miami Beach for four years. He
spent three years in the military
service and now resides with his
wife, Doris, and children, Jeffrey
and Carol, at 6001 North Bay rd.
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25.
Myers Calls for a Reappraisal of
Scope, Function of Jewish Activity
At Council's Assembly in Chicago
\ reappraisal of the scope and
functions of local Je.wi-h communi-
ty was urged bs Si.mley ('. Myers,
deliVerim- the keynote adtfNSS 81
the 24th general assembly of the
(.'< imcil of .Jewish Federations and
are Funds held in Chicago
last week.
cis i> president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
five or ten years, or should it
await the impact of forces \M
would shape its action''
flow can the communit> enter
a fuller partnership with Cu\-
ernment and BOB secaarisai Iff1
encies in regard to services and
costs-
Myers served as president of the
CJFWF from 1946 through 1900
ed a.s its first president in 1938. land in addition to his duties as I
Myers told the 500 delegates of the j board member, is current!) chair
a mbly that 'the changing needs; man of the Council's committee on
in a swiftly changing world" called community organizations and the!
XM
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an extension
munity services
of Jewish com-
I. L. Perots School, 25 Washington ave., will
present a Chanuka play Sunday evening.
Dec. 4. written and directed by David Rossi.
Appearing in "The Spark That Kindled the
Revolt" are seated (left to right) Ronald
Joselefsky, Ruth Kovnat, Steven Rubin, Mr.
Rossi. Celina Decky, Rachelle Grabarnick,
Michael Goldfarb. Middle row are Mitchell
budget and finance committee as I
well as a member of it- executiva
Federations and welfare funds committee
have rajd over a billion dollars in | locally and on a statewide scene,
recent years for the service of Jews ne nas aj() participated extensively
and mankind generally in the jn community affairs as first presi
I nited States and throughout the dcnt f the Greater Miami Jewish auspices which have been marked
w.rW.'* Myers said. Federation and IS chairman of the jog many progressive changes in
Federations have been the in-| Combined Jewish Appeal in IMS'recent years
afyen la a trustee of Mt. Sinai
Klapper, Sharon Hirsch. Sherrv Wm,L
Pamela Migdal. Jane Fa^Io^tS
Susan First. Terry Rosenueld. Co" &
Back row are Neal Ha.duck. Sho^JS
efsky. Susan Eisenstat. Flora dJT
Renee loeowitz. Susan WarqoldSl
Warmbrun and Kenny Schafer. '
strument for bringing diverse inde- amj 1947
pendent agencies together into a Mvers is president of the Council Hospital and has served as
community team for united action of g^, Agencie, and nas serve(l
00 communit; needs They have L, chairman of tnp Community
Chest campaign He has also been
called upon by the State of Florida
for guidance in public welfare
trustee
'of Federation since its inception.
He Mas president of the Greater
Miami letalll Community Center
in 1952 and has been an active
member of Federation's board of
been the medium for finding a
comasea ground despite differ-
encei ot opinion and ideology
They have introduced the cri-
terion of relative needs ;is the basis
for allocating and using communi
t> resources'"
New direction indicated by the
changing times have been noted
.w-.li leaders, Myers "id The -rPater Miami's newest proposed iss.oners; Mayer Abe Aronovit
whelm,,, ma ortty of these I, inMltutl(in [}lNC;ivne Fed. tm ltv of Miami; j. M. Sink.
trs agree that local central (,|a, SavinKS and Ix)an Asaocistion Jr.. president of the Federal Home1
Jewish community organisations M)amj broke Kround |as( week:Loan Bank of Greensboro: Walter I
' ,M' rtrengthened to serva as (or ,he constructjon of lls new c McAllister, chairman of the Fed-1
trumenU '
Is
developments under governmental governors for many years
Ground Broken for Proposed
Biscayne Federal Savings Ass'n.
Youth Program Opens at Center
"How To Lead A Discussion" I
was the subject of the opening ses-
sion of the second annual leader-
ship training program sponsored
by the Young Adult Jewish Coun-
cil of South Florida Monday eve-
ning at the Greater Miami J
Community (enter. 450 SW
ave.
Emanuel Tropp, assistant u,
tor, GMJCf. was consultant ftt(
opening program.
lor meeting < hanging |M|(|inK a( Biscayne blvd and 18th eral Home Loan Bank; Ira Dixonj
he declared
He listed five "key" questions
the future as;
hether the scope <>f Pedera
n responsibility community's
. Dwing will be as broad a- the
ed and interests
hether the eomnuinitv should
rve "only the poor in our
dst, ( 1 our entire commil-
I IV "
Should those able to afford
tkjam meet the full costs of com-
it) sen i-
tould the Pederation lead in
ast for the next
st land W. J. Hallahan. members of
Designed by Weed. Russell.! the Federal Home Loan Bank'
Johnson Associates, the building | board: and William K. Divers.1
1 s,h,.(iu|pd to he completed dur- former chairman of the Federal!
in{ December Organizers of the Home lan Bank board.
proposed Biscayne Federal are E
Albert Pallet, Miami attorney and
former Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral; ( heKie J Senerehia. Miami
or; Dr Russell A. Williams, life I
insurance executive; Irwin M I Ba-
sel, Investment banker; Ksther A
The proposed Association's
building will feature a striking all-
glass front consisting of recessed
, glass panels set into extruded
city commissioner and former mav-1 i....'_ .,____,u ... .w .
I aluminum strength with structural
steel. This has allowed for a free
deiyn in glass which has the effect
of permitting unobstructed day-
1 oppell. attorney and past pre-, uu, ,,N ,____._. .u ,
,i. l-i. _.j s r ... "8n" ,0 stream into the interior of
dent. Honda Association of \\om-',i, l ..._ -w ,.
. 1 ,. ... ,, .the building. The one storv bind
en Lawyers Joseph \\ Orr, presi
B'nai B'rith Women
Plan Membership Tea
i.o B'rith Women North Shore
!!. will hold its annual mem
li (he Saxonj hotel on
M laj aftei 1..... No* 28.
Albei I Pallot. \ ice presidi nl
istrid ."). will be gu< it ol hon
\ diverting -kit will be pre-
ent from the
chspter'8 membership. 1
Mr-. Eugene Schwarti and Mrs. Nat
n are takit reset Mrs
rga Battuch is pr< of the
pter.
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and Charles A Mills, Sr. a Miami
resident i<>r 57 years and active in
the real estate busta
The eight organisers will form
the proposed Biscayne Federal's
ing has been planned to allow the
future construction of a large mez-
zanine area as expansion of busi
MSB requires additional working
are., 'I here will Ik- tellers to >ei\e
the inside of the building phis a
drive in teller to handle auto cus-
tomers
id oi directors Harrj \ Brj
ner. formerly associated with Dade A parking lot for customers m
ral, has been named manager ,r" r,;" ot the building will have
ol the proposed new Institution its entrance on 18th st There will
rts at the Bjroundbreakin 1 in '" a reaj axil from the building to
dude.1 1 D MacVicar, chairman ol ,hl parking lot for ready access to
the board oi Dade Count] 1 1
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November 25, 1955
>iis imm mm; of 1954 hire
ZJ^MHtrMtofi
Page 9 A
Nears
U of Israel Bonds sold in
;, Miami to date in 1955
Lnt to more than $530,000.
PL,, j,cob Shcr reported this
fl,e figure, ho stated, ex-
H,e total purchases of bonds
r|he community for all of last
L ||w noted that Greater Mi-
's goal is S750.OO0 for this year
i definitely in sight." He said
Uitments, principally those
W at last weeks dinner of state
Conns Israeli Foreign Minister
jhe Sharett. 'almost make up
difference between the pres-
[ total and the goal."
J-\nd we in this community have
{personal obligation to Moshe
\m to fulfill our commitments
Lly," Sher noted. "Greater Mi-
I, as one of 10 cities in the
Untied States and Canada selected
for visits by him. and we cannot
call the dinner a : uccess until all
the cash is in."
h,raW Action Day. which wall be
held throughout the country on
Dec 11. will serve as a target date
for all of the collections, city
manager Sidney Glazier reported
Final figures on sales and commit-
ments for the Sharett dinner pass
ed $340,000. Sher said.
Highlights of the dinner includ-
ed large new commitments made
by Trustees of Israel, Isadorc
Hecht. Samuel Kipnis. Samuel
Friedland. Sher, Jack (arner and
J. A. Cantor.
Ten thousand dollar checks
were turned in, by among others,
Max Orovitz, Dan B. Ru.-kin, Carl
Wcinkle, Sam Blank and Hecht.
Dav.d I'rovus reenroled as a Trus-
tee of Israel and Howard Kane Dr
Jns Goodman and Leon B 51:
^announced $5,000 commit-
tionnnteer Wrkers for Ac-
llr Day *ere askcd to enroll at
A Washington ave.
North Shore Club
To Hear Expert;
Plans Installation
North Shore Club, consisting of
^ngle young men and women be-
tween the ages of 21 and 35. meets
at the North Shore Jewish ('enter
the first ;in,i ,hirf, x-owdays of
every month.
Next regular meeting is on Tues-
jday evening. Dec 6. Speaker will
De William Haast, director of the
Miami Serpentarium. Haast will
, Ming a snake to the meeting,
'milk it and indicate some of the
recently discovered medical uses
of snake venom.
North Shore club is also holding
K- annual installation dinner and
carnival dance at the San Marino
hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4. Incoming
officers will be initiated .-ft the
dinner in the Balboa room.
New officers are president, Leon-
ard II. Rubin; vice president, Ixwin
Lieberman; treasurer. Mai Orn-
iteln; recording secretary. Regina
Greenberg; and corresponding sec
retary, Bather Herman.
Christmas, High
Take Office
Businessman James W. High
defeated incumbent H. Leslie
Quigg ,n the Group 2 city commis-
sion runoff Tuesday. The vote was
20,649 to 13,657.
High thus was voted into a four-
year term on the city commission.
The total vote was 34,868, less y
4,384 than the 39,252 turnout in
the primary last week. There were
562 persons who went to the polls
but did not cast a vote for either
High or Quigg.
All nine capital improvement
bond issuestotaling $28;350,000
failed. In order to make the bond
: election valid, 31,700 of the City's
163.398 registered freeholders had
to vote.
| High was to take office Thursday
I along with Mayor elect Randy
Christmas and Commissioner-elect
Otis Shiver. The commission must
chose a replacement for Mayor
Aronovitz who has resigned with
two years to go on the commission.
: 4-
p. Sharett (left) chats with members of the welcoming com-
as dinner chairman Samuel Friedland greets Israeli
foreign Minister Moshe Sharett last week. On right is Greater
mi Israel Bond chairman Jacob Sher. and in background
| dinner committee members Benjamin Meyers and David
C THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Pago 4 A
Pjr? To what avail, then, was the co-sponsorship of the American
MB Palestine Committee?
It is clear that the Zionist course should have been otherwise
Fty l0 lead the Jewish community back into its fold, to exploit
",J"rent erisis by seeking membership in militant fashion. The
' Department understands honafide membership; it is impatient
isugWstion Mass rallies of this kind are regarded as nuisances
[fcst and humorous at worst by non-Jews incapable of identifying in
tashion but politically and economically with the traumatic Near
Only the Jew sees more in Israel than a Western base among
THierous Arab nations. To impress the non-Jew otherwise is fruit-
history has constantly taught us. The function of the ZOA in
rtime will emerge clearly and without question when Zionist leaders
Mir own footing and set aside their ineffectual crutches. They
'stopprotesting their needwhich is apparentand start fulfilling
.nwd of tael. They can do that on their own-without diluting
purpose through the search for spiritually ineffectual support.
Member Party Monday
Naomi Croup oi Hadassah is
; having a member-bring-a-member
I party .Monday evening, Nov. 28. at
the home of Mrs. Allen Kcsslcr.
j 1444-1 Siena, Coral Gables. Mrs.
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Jacobson to Show Non-Objective
Paintings at Exhibit in Delano Hotel
Artist Charles R. Jacobson opens
a new one-man show of modern
art in the Fala room of the Delano
hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Jacobson's first show there five
years ago heralded the first to take
place in any Miami Beach hotel.
The new exhibit of 20 non-objec-
Rabbi Machtei New
President of Florida
Cemetery Group
At the sixth annual convention
of the Florida Cemetery Associa-
tion held in Ponte Vedra Beach,
this week. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, vice
president of Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery, Miami, was elected unani-
mously as president of the state
association for the ensuing year.
Rabbi Machtei had been treas-
urer since its inception. Retiring
president was Fred B. Mohle, of
Jacksonville.
Serving with Rabbi Machtei will
be James E. Nelson, Jr., Pwiao-
cola, first vice president; Blaine
Howell, Tampa, second vice presi-
dent; Clifford H. Coffin, Daytona
Beach, secretary; J- Vernon Wen-
dorph, Jacksonville, treasurer.
The following directors of the
Florida Cemetery Association were
elected: Jack Camplam and Pey-
ton Wilson, of Miami; and Robert
Knopke of Tampa.
The new officers were installed
by T. A. Johnson, of Clearwater. a
past president of F.C.A. and a di-
rector of National Cemetery Asso-
ciation.
The next annual convention will
be held in the Greater Miami area,
in the fall of 1956.
tives runs the week of Dec. 4 to 11.
An opening reception Sunday
afternoon, 3 p.m.. Dec. 4, will have
hostesses Mrs. Bert Collier, Mrs.
Robert Shorr. Mrs. Sam Gertman,
Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Jacobson,
Mrs. Max Temchin and Mrs. Max
Drossin, wife of the sculptor.
Mrs. Shorr, the formerly Eunice
Weinkle. owns the Jacobson "Jam
Session."
Hostesses are members of an in-
formal "Jacobson Club" now num-
bering 46 families in the area.
A Jacobson painting was chosen
recently by Brandeis University to
hang in its permanent collection
and shares the same wall with a
Bracquc. Last year Jacobson exe-
cuted the now-famed "floating
mural" for the home of architect
Bernard Goodman, where its func-
tional use as a room-divider won
feature attention in "Arts and Ar-
chitecture" magazine. The mural is
first of its type in South Florida,
suspended on steel cables.
The first cubist mural in the
nation's first Hillel Foundation at
the University of Illinois was paint-
ed by Jacobson in 1927. Just this
year Jacobson did a mural for the
nation's most recent Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami.
The new show will demonstrate
some intriguing advanced handling
for "tactile" attraction expressing
various textures in builders' sand
and dimpled aluminum. Previously,
Jacobson experimented with lucite.
stainless steel, cork, wires, wood
and plastics.
Obituaries
JULIUS DEUTSCM
. of *:'ll BM bint at., dlnl Nov 1"< jn
,. local hoapltal. Mr. Deutaoh, world
W.n l v .1.1 ii. a nif inner ol
Jewtah Wai Vatarana of the united
B tales' He whh adjutant f>r BUM
,,, ol Florida and Norman
Hruce Rrown Poet "f Miami. Sur-
VlVOra in. hid. his wife. Florence; two
daiia.ht.i-. Mix It.bert Nation and
Mrs Murray Rabbos; two grandchil-
,1,, n Robin and ROM; four slstera
..n.i oaa brother Qordon'g Funeral
Home was In charge of ananK.ni.nl..
10. Burial waa In Mt. NabO
Cmtery. ^^^^
CHARLES OOLDSTEIN
sn. ..r n?l Prairie ave.. a retired pl-
oaeer Miami Beach merchant, died
,\,.^ L'n in ,i |.., il h...-|.ltial. He came
to Miami Beach SI years a no from
Jacksonville, Ho waa a member of
B'nal H'rlth. Beth Havld Synagogue.
Jew lab H..in.- f..i the AKed and Mi-
ami Zionist District. Hurvlvlai aw
a daocbtar, Mra laaac Welnkla; and
four sisters, including Mr* Kiuinie
iberg, Mr. JonnM Mcilgnn and
Mi- Lena Uoldateln. Barvlco* wera
Not U in Uonlon's Miami i'Impel,
with burial In Ml Nebo Cemetery.
Piano Recital Scheduled
At Yomen Studios
Piano students of Margaret
Yomen will be heard in a recital
Sunday at 1800 Michigan ave.
To be heard are Renee Cherin.
Edith Beck. Stephanie Mannes.
Dorothy Green, Barbara Goldsmith.
Frances Leilberg. Louise Fishberg,
Elizabeth London, daughter of Dr.
Seymour and Rose London, Greta
and Miriam Wolff, daughters of
Dr. and Mrs Wolff.
North Dade Women
Schedule Affairs
Sisterhood of North Dade Jewish
Center is planning two affairs neit
week.
On Monday evening, Nov. 28. a
card party will be held at Mac-
Arthur Dairy.
On Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29.
there will be a paid-up membership
tea at the Center. Mrs. Bernice
Berger, membership chairman, and
co-chairman Mrs. Maurice Neu
have arranged as guest speaker
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, promi-
nent Miami attorney and vice chair-
man of the Dade County Board of
Public Instruction.
Radio and TV star, Lauri Rob-
bins, will entertain.
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Your valuables and important papers
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MRS. BESSIE SKLOW
16, Of 2i!l SH ...th el died Xov 19.
sin. .inn' ii.r.- eight vaara ago imm
New v..ik. Bhe leavea her buabaad,
Jacob; t.. daucptera, Janet Sah.w
iinil Mr- Loula Fa Ik; n brother and
iw.i mHint. hil.ir.n Bervlcaa were Nov.
l'i in Uordon'i Miami chapel, with
burial in Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. TILLIE AVINS
7J, of 1401 N\V nth ave., who came
ban in- yeara <*<> from Tonkera,
NY. .11..I Nov. It, she In aurvlved
by bar husband, Abraham; four
daughtera, Mr- Dora Lorocb, Mra,
Dandra Mllmad, Mi- F.tty l-.mi>ard
and Mra. I lea trie,- Kcaamai
Hamuel; eight grandchildren and six
(treat grandchildren. Services were
No* :'i In Rlveralde-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with buiml in Mi. Slnal r
t.-ry.
HARRY S. ABERMAN
64. of v.-,, |,K,. View dr.. .lie.l N.,v. 17.
Ha cum ban IS reara hi from chl-
1''" Ha .i- u membar of Temple
Bmanu-KI, K'nal B'rlth and Hie Ma-
aoali lodga Ha laavaa Mix wife, Mtn-
three mm, Julian it. Mylaa
.in.l Sheldon J., two i.i.-tli.-is and a
.-inter Bervtoea arara Nov. M in Kiv-
rraMe-Beach Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy Isle, with burial In Ml. Nebo
Cemetery.
ALBERT GOODMAN
.-I. of Ms, North Bit* id, operator of
the Harlem Knuare night i-lub and
nquor .ham alar* owner, died Nov.
IS. He earn* her* 1". yeara urn from
Near York and iM-longed to .Miami
Jieoh Hlbiaaaa lodnt- and Vrika. He
\\m paal i.i.-ldent of the Florida
Retail Liquor I>ealern Aaaorlatlon. Ha
i- survived by hie wife. Batty; a mn,
Btawart: nnd two daurhtem. Sandra
and Huaan Servk-ea were Nov SO In
Rtvaralda Baacti MemoHal Chanel.
%VanhinKton ave., with builul in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA STEINBERGCR
SO of 2..JT S\V Mth at., who .-ame here
-- year-. ao from New York, died
Nov 1*. She leaven a daughter, Mra.
..I iiu.le Walla.h. and a aon, Jack
W. Vvarhtrr Barvleaa were Nov 11
In ilordoti> Miami Chapel, with burial
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ABRAHAM RADNER
... Of SSt BuclM ave. Miami Re... h,
d. .d^.oV- '* R*araida-Baacb Memo-
rial r ba|tel, Wanhlnaton ave., waa In
charge of air.iiK.iii.-nta.
MRS. AOELE SPIT2ER
M. Of 141 s\V tlal ,.i.. ,i,i \\,v |8
gfrvlcaa wara Nov IS la Oordon'a
Miami th..i..l, Huh bun.il in Naw
^ork.
MRS. MARY METSKY
' i i Bu. lid ave Miami r
".'........ from
x- i M Not la. e i- I von
n, Robi 11 Mi i II
o lEht. Mra s. Rob. -i i ,
and i ma bi other Hi
' N'o\ I'. in IU\. ralde I
Mr.m"""1 W Bhimton
l!h Int. in.-m in \lt N, i, .....,. | ,
ALBERT R. KOCH
N NE lUth at .- retired
,""!'1" ai tor, died Nov, II n,
: .-in Ohio
2 ,n Ida in- wife, Rum
N' Otadyi Hakam a
and
In Columbua o with
M.......lal Chapel
astoa ava,, In .barge.
.- .-.PHIL,P E LEEB
' "r "" ', ^bboll avi a ,.-tired fur-
in, died Not ih He
'....... '':"' '" in from 0,1-
aao. Burvlvpra Induda hi* if.-. 1 .at-
brothara and three >la-
- and burial were In
., '.'!"'.-,""h. |{^"-"i- Baach Ma-
mortal 1 I,.,,.. I Normandy l-lr, in
"' arrana.....nil
MRS. ROSE EHRMAN
" ':; *a dilacton ..v. .u.,i \-,,v
. -'1; aro from
,x';,. \' '' '! bj bar hua-
Ink. two M.na; i,. dauahtara,
'';''" Hanover ,.n.i
''..... f."......hlldren w,.rr lM
n. w rorh with Newman Oordoa
naaaia ..1 arranVa.

MRS. ITHEL MARCUS
11 NW KHh ave., d,.,i nv ||
She eanie h, ,
HtJHmr, Mich Btirvlvora m
MrJ"^'r >">-'';< lr"- mothar.
wii a Heche, Kervlce. were Nov
'' "......'" I" Ml v
GERTRUDE CHERNlCOrr
.* SU' M< ava.. who came
II iwiw, rrom i...,,. ,,.,,
,L. U '-v:- h'i'land
am, three -on- II....... li.l .,
im.I lack i.-iL ,""lr> rink, Murray
'..'....i.ia.sl.lVnk".
^--burlallnliV^^r
MORRIS OREENBLATT
f. of ln.16 IHrexel ava., died Nov. 14
A retired manufacturer of children's
c.Mila, he came here aeven yeara a*.,
from New Yorh. He leavea hla wife
Anna: two none. I>r. Loula Greene and
Pr Norman Greene: and a (laughter
Mra. Sylvia Rhaw Kervl.ea and In-
terment were In New York, with Hlv-
eralde-Ileach Memorial Chapel. Wash-
ington ava., in charge of arrange-
ment*.
MRS. MOLL IE OOLOICH
T.7. of 173 North Hhore dr., dint Nov
S In a local hoapitnl. Horn In Phila-
delphia, ahe had lived here for lx
and In urvlved hy her huaband.
Herman: a win, lula: and a daugh-
ter. Mra. Shirley Weatheron. Remalnn
were aent to Philadelphia for service*
and Interment by Riverside- Beach
Memorial Chapel.
MRS. JENNIE WEINSTEIN
*S. of IMS S\V Sth st.. died Nov. 1ft In
a hospital. She Is survived hv two
laughters. Mra. Frances r>b and Mrs.
Ann Itaumgold; and three sons. Mur-
ray. Al>e and Arthur Welnsteln. Rlv-
ei-elde-Beach Menvulal Chattel sent
remains to Naw York for aervlcea and
Interment.
MRS. CLARA BHULL
71. of S4S Ruclld ave died Nov. 9 She
came here !0 years ago from New-
York and Is survived by her husband,
Barnett; two anna, Harry and Kd-
ward; a daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Kati;
and two alstera. Including Mra. Oussl.-
Rubensteln. Services were Nov. In In
Riverside-Reach Memorial Chapel, Al-
ton rd with Interment In Mt. Nabo
Cemetery.
JACOB ZOLUN
7. of S'.l Michigan ave.. who came
here 10 years ago from New York, died
Nov. S. He belonged to the Hebrew
Academy and Is survived by hi- wife,
Fannie; a slater. Itertha: and a aon.
Irving. S.-rvI.es were Nov. 10 In River-
side-Reach Memorial Chapel, Alton
rd., with interment In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
MRS. YETTA NICK
7*. of li.i Bay id., died Nov. 11. She
came here JO yeara ago from New
York and la survived oy two aona,
Robert tierlnger and Walter Gerlnger
Services were Nov. It In Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel. Alton rd..
with Interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MISS SOPHIE BERMAN
M. of 2 23 yeara ago from Jeraev City. N.J..
died Nov. 12. She leaves a brother.
Rlgmund. Rervlcea were Nov. 11 at
Cordon's Miami Chapel, with burial In
Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
SM
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chite of i,,,,! J^JataJ
>* of TDi rvS "0
atate ..|...,,"1' v. p^
''the found^^'B-rg
''"', talar, m c^Ci
one brother Mnrri. *^nBfl
hlldren. S.rvW,^ **\
Wverslde-Sich j52 *m\
Normandy m '''mo^ti
PblUdalphta. Wllh tab
aT'c'b.pr^fl
Kobe,, Se,v|,.;,;^t,M
Mm ave.. wlth IntenwlrP
Nebo t emetery. |
._. MBS. LINl KAMs
*- of l0| l^-nox .v"*-]
here for five yeara AlaTl
a daughter. Mr-, HIMuVl
side-lie,, h Memorial Cbarf
i'l in burial In FlijU/i
.. MRS. JENNIE mn
"1. of ,2|| i|tn ) w^
12 yea i- .. from Hag Tnrtl
Nov | she |. .iirvivedkral
Mra Irma Herman: a aa i
two brothers, Maurir* u4
Cohen: and two rrandrlt'iaj
Ices were N'oi i m RltwaT^
Mamorial Chapel. XormiiubM
burial In Mt. Nebo Ctmt<*i
MRS. HANNAH FltMaa
.. of 7711 Dickeni aw, dk4J
She came her* IS v*art i
Buffalo and leavti bar
Ixiuin, a son, Iir. Samiwl: a|
ter, Mrs. Ira L. Powaxf: a
biothers. Remains were wall
falo for services and lab
Riverside Beach Memorial.
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No
vember 25, 1955
rew Teachers Association Slates
Series of Eight Lectures in Miami
hhrcw Teach- \ Nation of
Zt Miami this week opened a
uht lectures- aateixlm*
mrt- w'11 '"' rM1(,ucted cn-
D, m tUbn* Faculty consists
Lr member-"i the association
four of i'"' t'rcater M,aml
binical A Uon.
Joseph .1 Hurwitl, faculty
Bber at the i niverstty of Mi-
,. sctedalcd lo discutl "A
L Approach t" the Psalms."
iting specific trends in the de-
velopment of Hebrew lituryy k
Cantor Berele Kelemer. of Miami
Hebrew School and Codfcrefalforj
/vi Kasenkran*. of Beth DivM
Synagogue faculty, is ,].,,e,l a
talk on -Visual Aids in Classroom
Procedure/ Joshua Z. Stadia"
president of Histadrut Ivnt srjlj
deal with "Samuel David Luzzato
and his Times.''
These subjects the association
announced, will constitute ihe fur
lectures by members of their or
ganization.
Rabbi Mayer Aliramowitz. of
North Shore Jewish Center, will
be among lecturer- from the Rab-
binical Association Subject of his
discussion is impact of the State
of Israel on Hebrew Education in
America." Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
opractor Uses
w Methods
^method for the drug.ess ^.TTt^T^iTrnMoSkZ
mfntofar.hl,.,s.burs.tIsandi..Mctnods o *** on
r rriDDling diseases is being <.,, .. H ,n* u u r
Page 11 A
. Cw*
?ing
|used by Dr. Cecil
.IB. Cook, chiro-
"p r act or, at his
new building lo-
cated at 2905 NW
k10th avc.
The treatment
consists of appli-
cation of "ultra-
sound waves".
According to Dr.
Fran Stefan Zach. I
|the Hollywood Presbyterian I
jpital. this new energy seems
isuitable for the treatment of '
hw connected with painful
[local congestion, inflammatory
1 degenerative diseases of the
I and peripheral nerves, skel-
imu-cles and smooth mut>cles."
Cook also specializes in the
lof traction table for treatment
pine condition*.
School.'
Louis Shaikin, chairman of Mi-
i ami Beach planning board, has
Also scheduled are Rabbi Tibor been elerteA nZZu t .i_ Wor'd War II.
Stern, Beth Jacob spiritual leader, ^"? Preside^ of the v s Army
in a talk on The Mishna as the 14 c]up- Italy.
Deuteronomy
of the Torah" and
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth El
Congregation, in "A Significant As-
pect of Talmudic Source Materials.
First session opened Saturday
evening at Knescth Israel. Educa-
tion committee of the association
is in charge of ariangements. In-
cluded are Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan, Mrs
Rebecca Lipson, Louis Gadon and
Mrs. Ruth Miss. Dr. HurwiU is
overall chairman.
WTVJ TELEVISION
JO A Appoints
Paritz Southeast
Region Director
Tuck Panitf has been appointed
director *f the Southeastern ri
! of the Joint Defence Appeal it' was
announced by Kmil Bergen, nation-
al director of the Welfare Fund Di-
vision of JDA.
The Joint Defense Appeal is t he-
fund raising arm of the American
Jewish Committee and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
As JDA Southern regonal direc-
tor, Panitz will cover the states of
Alabama. Florida. Georgia, Louisi-
ana, Mississippi. North and South
Carolina. Tennessee and Virginia,
where he will help interpret the
many-sided research and education-
al programm of the AJC and ADL.
Panitz attended the University
of Miami and took graduate work
at Columbia University. During
he served with the
North Africa and
Italy
Lowe Gallery Slates
Members' Exhibit
Lowe Gallery members are being
invited to submit their work for
the fourth, annual members' exhibi-
tion in December, according to
Robert Tyler Davis, director of the
University of Miami gallery.
Only gallery members may enter
work and. as in past years, the
show will be juried."
A Beaux Arts donation has en-
abled Lowe Gallery to increase the
number of prizes being offered this
year. A one-man exhibition at the
gallery during the 1955 56 season
and $50 in cash is first prise. Other
awards include one $50 prize, two
$25 prizes, three $15 prizes and
seven $10 prizes.
Winners will be announced at
the formal opening of the exhibi-
tion on Sunday, Dec. 11.
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Renfck Report!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA
No. 185189
MINNIE Nl ss.MAX. Plalntl
\ B.
ii:i:i.i:i:iik E. LEO and
SlllliLKY LEi p. his wife,
el ill. Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To: FREDERICK K. LEO and
SHIRLEY LJBO, his wit. .
residence unknown:
and each and any of thn s
named Pafassdmnta. If living
If dead, the unknown heirs
loses, kiantce.**, ojsaigneoo, if--n-
ors, creditors, trwutees, or
parties or claimants cialmln
througdi "i" iindi-r or agalni
iibovc named Defendants, ai
parties feawfni or eJalmlni to
have any tight, title or Inti
la the following described i
sfty, ostuate, lyingf, and being in
bade County, Florida, t" wit
l^it :; in Hi.M-k m. of LAWN DALE
.'ill ADDITION, accosdina to 11 i
i'hit thoroof, reoordod In I'lat Bi
18 al Pace 14 "f the Public Roci i
<>r Diide County, Florida
Vul ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thiit a sun has been broUChl against
you "I the > 'ii i "lit louri for I
I'oinit v, Florida, In 'ban :ei y, by
MINNIE NI'SSMAN. Plaintiff, for the
|.arpi.se of Foreclosing Mortgai:
the aberve descrii>ed property, and <
are hereby required t-> serve upon
PlalntHPs attorney, MAX R. SILVER,
iil'L' Boybold BuHding, Mlajnl 82, I
Ida, a ipv of your answer or n
defenses and to fHe with the <
of sabi Court your written anawe
defenses set or before the 88rd of I'--
, Diner, a.d. \*:<~-, if >- n have
HEREIN FAIL WOT, or Judgi
will be en wed against you.
DATED, this ISPd day of Noven
A.D. 1855
K. 1! I.F.ATHKR.MAN'.
Clerk of Circuli Coin i
By: JUAN COURNOYER,
ii-iK'iiit Court leal) Deputy Clerk
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# Jujf 3 minutes from New York Cry's
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NllTICK IS llERKHY HIVKN
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam.
Til.I.IK'S APT*., at S4I S.W. 9th St..
Intend I" register said name with Ihe
rierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i '..lint v. Kloi nla.
MAX KLEIN
Til.1,11". KLK1N
KKSSI.EIt & SAM
Attorneys for Applicants
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EXIW6T0H AVtAT 4Wi ST, H.C H;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065
MIYZI M BE1DES, Plaintiff,
vs.
JEROME SEIDES, n.f.nilant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: J-BROME SBIOB8
l-V.rsliay R.ail
Monaco Sew York
V. if \KK HEREBY NOTII
tii.it .i ComjrtaUnt f..i Dlvom has
Hied agalnal you, and yeu are hi
required f. serve : oofij of
Answer to tl.- Complaint f..: Hi'
on riiiinilft's. Attorneys, and file the
original Answei rn the Office ol !>'
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or W-
fore Ihe Wth da) of Dacembi r,
othe a Ise the allegations ..t aid t
itlainl iii be taken a- t onf
i you.
Dated this iMh at) of November,
"' "' i: B. I.KXTHKKMVX.
Cleik Of the Circuit i
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Prominent industrial designer Harry Lintky of
Chicago and wife Blanch* will visit Miami Beach
for several weeks to study local hotel architecture
and residential buildings. .
Harry* trip here has been timed so that he and
Blanche can serve as hosts-of-honor at the one-
man art exhibit of Charles R. Jacob*on Dec. 4 at
lino hotel
Harry and Charlie had their art training in Chicago and
thibiled extensively in the Windy City. The duo often
Ejted on decorative murals and commercial designs in well
[restaurants and clubs. .
Lch* and Charlie's wife, Ruth, who last week was guest
[Tat a surprise birthday party given by the Philip Wein-
ke sisters and will head the hostess group at the art show
Lilvn and Morton Fellman are sending the cutest birth an-
ient to friends of the arrival of Shelley Ardit Nov. 5. .
I announcement is in the form of a blueprint from the
I Engineering Company, 230 SW 51st ct., and Marilyn and
represented as chief producer arid consultant, respec-
,cial Notice: Code Name for Project 1 is "Barry," who ap-
he progressing according to schedule. Project 2, of course,
Jeare still talking about the stellar opening of Westview
'^|ub -(.vni last week. Sidney Meyer, president, and his
jewere hosts at a table. She chose a formal gown of navy
r shell pink .
ighter Bobbie (Mrs. Roy) Schechter wore a black sheath and
stunning Mr. and Mr. Leonard Aboss were there. Leon-
.er half ch-e a gown of American beauty red. Taking the
gmen stylists was Hal Pa I ton in Scotch plaid! Mr*. Ptlton
llickand white taffeta, while a green satin sheath with long
match was the choice of Dor it Kussworm, star Miami
,of cour\ the Baron do Hirsch Meyers were there, Polly
|nDior blue The list of notables could excite any socialite.
eluded Mr. and Mr*. David Phillips, the Jotoph Weintraubs,
ki, Leonard We ins, Herbert Feiners, Mrs. Arthur Eng-
IMr*. Stanley Kottoff, daughter of Lillie Rubin, who chose
frnew pepliiin type dress appliqued in black lace.
nie Lee (Mrs. Peter) Schreoer, daughter of transportation
nny Arnttein, about whom this column reported last week,
her fourth child in March. __
i for years lived in Miami Beach. She and Pete now have
pand a girl and make their home in Glencoe, fashionable
isuburb.
jide-elect Elinor Davis of Harod H. Salmon was guest of
lust week at a luncheon in the Veranda room of the Saxony
fm i< the daughter of Mrs. Nina J. Davis and the late Ber-
i, Miami Her fiance's parents are the Philip V. Salmons,
(Beach. Some 60 of Elinor's and Harold's friends turned out
! festive oecaMnn.
it Nat Waldmans' daughter, Gloria, was honored at a pre-
luncheon last week in the Scheherazade room of the
Philip Hayden and Mrs. Sam Mell were hostesses. The
formerly lived in New Jersey, where Gloria met her
Nerman Durmaskin, and now make their home at 9623
** dr. Exchange of vows is slated for Saturday evening.
on the Wedding Front: Dr. and Mrs. Alan Merkin have
I m Miami Beach following their wedding Nov. 5 in Phila-
The bride is the former Shirley Albert, daughter of Mr.
1 H*rrV Horowitz, New York. .
Martin's parents are the Israel Merkins, of the City of
iJh hT Shirle* and will live in Miami Beach, where
|scneduled to continue his medical practice.
dnional Westview Statistics: The club's Saturday opening
. i a'hless contrast in Phyllis Rosenborg's blonde hair set
'We blue satin creation. She and Larry head up the enter-
* committee at Westview...
itT* re!.gned suPrem* in Mrs. Sam Coolitt's jade green
matching Kreat coatas in a similar stunning gown
>. Jerome Hofmayer. .
BtvP!r>uat Wes,view i* n informal dinner dance after the
"iMiamilniversity of Florida game Nov. 26. when Mr.
. 'ney Meyer plan a family party to celebrate daughter
"* Charles Goldstein) birthday.
' **********
itionai ?'** N,,hani' M. Levin attended the convention of
speech and Hearing Association in Los Angeles last
lUan?^'1 "Ip sossion <" esophageal speech, discussing
^Jnsectomy Nt has been a pioneer in helping laryn-
'* again through special techniques he developed.
> >
300
recently. .
rtaitorj attended Emory University's "Annual Par-
o(PiX?.mo,hors *nd 'th* w're **- "* Mr,> Ch,rU*
12 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach.
,!'***>
**/.? Mexico Mr. ad Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mir,-
|i, e Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. .
*PWed back from Atlantic City after Thanksgiving
""l wtits, of Pine Tree dr.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, November 25, 1955
Section B
Three generations of Levinsons await the
cake-cutting ceremonies as Esta and Dave
Levinson celebrate their 23rd anniversary at
the Algiers hotel, of which he is co-owner.
Surrounding the popular hotel, civic-emd re-
ligious figure are his mother and daughters
Carole and Audrey. Daughter Barbara
couldn't attend as she now resides in the
north with her husband, Harvey Deutsch, and
their 11-month-old baby. Some two dozen
friends arranged the surprise dinner in the
Scheherazade room.
'Tex and Jinx Routine at Fontainebleau
A program of wide appeal to
all women of Dade county will
spotlight the world-wide services
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division at
the Fontainebleau hotel on
Wednesday, Nov. 30.
The all-day session will feature
such varied items as an eye wit-
ness report by Mrs. Bernard R.
Stevens who returned this week
from Israel and the Middle East,
a -Aomv Women will direct the organization's
These Hf brew^adem^omen w ^^ ^^
"bk ^JSTi. K Samuel Fuchs. journal chairman.
Shown (seated) s d Rubin0witz, co-chair-
^t^t^^^ Qnd Ie"y SJ
co-chairman.
.an outstanding musical program
featuring a choral group and a
variety show treatment of local
health and welfare services.
This is to be the second annual
meeting of nearly 1.000 women
from all parts of Dade county
who will gather at an all-day edu-
cational conference to learn about
their growing community and its
social, educational, health and
welfare needs.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
will be featured in a fast moving
dramatic skit, presenting for the
first time their impressions of
the "Tex and Jinx Show." Appar-
ing with them will be Mrs. George
Graham, enacting the role of a
neighbor: Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
acting the role of maid; Mrs.
Monte Selig. speaking in behalf
of Jewish Family Service; and
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
speaking on the ever-widening
services of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The mock radio broadcast will
also include a brief talk by Ar-
nold A. Piskin, describing varied
recreation and leisure programs
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Probably the most exciting and
timely address of all will be given
by Dr. Maurice Lev, describing
the latest research being conduct-
ed on heart disease at Mt. Sinai
Hospital. The recent illness of
President Eisenhower has served
to focus the nation's attention on
the No. 1 killer, and Dr. Lev's re-
port is expected to reveal some
hitherto undisclosed facts re-
garding treatment of heart dis-
ease.
The Jewish Home for the Aged
will tell its story through Michael
Kramer, one of the residents, and
the Federation story will be told
by Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
executive director.
"Federation commercials" will
reach the audience in a novel
Continued on Page 4B


Page 2 B
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Thanksgiving Means Lucious Turkey;
History Brought Us Some Good Eating
By LEAH LEONARD
November always bringl
thought* di Thankiflvini Day. tur-
key, football gaUMI and '"when did
;t aU begin anyway"'' And here's
ihe st of how Turkey became
he bird of this happy holiday sea
son It's ;i truly Jewish tale at that
It i~ a matter of record that
Columbus' crew on his voyage "!
iverj included a linguist nam
a dc Tunes f.uis de Torres knew
hi- Bible too. The many siuhtv and
tOUnda of the new land which wu
thought to be India intere-ted
every man of that expend it inn
They wondered specially at a
large bird with bright red wattle-
;ind spotted tail feathers and called .
do Torres to have a look-see The
linguist and scholar looked the
large bird over and recalled that'
he had read about a bird in the
Bible which was called Tukki The
leathered creature before them
must be it The men repeated the
name. Tuki. Tuki. Tuki.--in no
!im at all it became Turkey And
to this very day u has remained
Turkey.
But turkeys then and turke\-
now are quite different Today we!
have developed a breed of tender
meated, full breasted, short and
compact legged birds that are I
delightful morsel at any time of the
year. Especially the 5 and 6 pound
midget turkeys that have become
a favorite Sabbath and bolide)
treat, even replacing chicken and
eapon. Don't forget to order your
Thanksgiving turkey early, ladies I
And here's a suggestion for a dif-
lerent kind of dressing to fill the
holiday bird when you roast it.
FRIED CROUTON I GIBLETS
DRESSING
8 10 slices stale bread (white or
wholewheat)
4 tablespoons hot melted short-
ening (schmaltz preferred)
1 large onion, dried or sliced fine
Cooked gizzard, heart and broil-
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1 teaspoon poultry seasoning or
minced parsley
1 cup sotrp stork, hot
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spoon and place in a mixing bowl
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giblets and continue to li> tOM I
minute-, stirring frequently to pre-
vent hardening and drying out
Add to browned croutons, sprinkle
with poultry seasoning or parsley
and stir in hot ftOUB stock made
from giblets used in this dressing.
This should he sufficient to niois
ten the croutons, but more liquid
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temperature or till nicely browned
on top..

Cranberries in any form go with
turkey like gefifte fish with horse-
radish So, don't forget to prepare
some as follow-
Cranberry and Orange Relish:
Put through the medium blade of
your food chopper 1 orange, diced
but unpeeled. for each cup of un-
cooked cranberries. Add enough
sugar or honey to suit the taste.
Chill before serving.
Cranberry and Apple Relish: To
each cup of cranberries add 1 cup
diced, unpared tart apple and 1
orange, diced unpeeled. P u t
through the coarse blade of food
chopper. Season with sugar or
honey to taste and add a pinch of
salt. Chill at least an hour before
serving. Top with mayonnaise if de-
sired and add a sprig of parsley for
color contrast
a a a
SWEETS IN ORANGE CUPS
Sweet potatoes have become tra-
ditional Thanksgiving Day fare
too So, if you want to dress up the
llattr on Mcjdch lb?.bird u *.rv.
ed. try Titling orange dip- WlI>,
mashed sweet potato this way:
Allow 1 cup cooked, masned
sweet potato for two orange halves.
Sweeten the mashed sweets with
honey or powered sugar.
Add a dash of powered geagarl
"i cinnamon and moisten with
orange or pineapple juice (canned
variety, of course) and beat till
are
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nice peaks, slip them under the
broiler flame for 2 or 3 minute- to
brown lightly just before serving
tune Place around the roasted
lurkey. alternated with sprigs of
parsley for added color contrast
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tAbitt Xfour Special fjavoritcs
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[kegina frischwasse*
L another variety of fish
I ion It's as old as the hills
river loses the ability to ex-
khV and "ah-s" at a hun-
nner table
Urinated fish
, pike
i vinegar
cold water
gpoons salt
i leaves
Ippercorns
jlspoon sugar
onions
pn and cut the fish into 2-
[jjjees. Season with salt and

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chill in the refrigerator for a few
hours. Wash off the salt. Boil the
water with vinegar, spices and slic-
ed onions 20 minutes. Add sliced
lemon and cook five minutes. Re-
move lemon slices and add sliced
fish, cook gently until fish is soft
Place in a large jar one layer fish',
then a layer of onions and a layer
of cooked fish. Pour over it the
hot liquid and allow to cool. Then
refrigerate.

DATE BREAD
1 cup flour
H teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup wholewheat flour
1 cup prepared bran
1 cup dates
'2 cup molasses
IV4 cups sour milk
2 tablespoons melted butter
2 eggs
Sift the white flour with salt and
baking soda. Add whole wheat
flour and bran. Cut dates into
small pieces and mix with the
flour. Add molasses, sour milk.
butter to the well beaten eggs and
stir the mixture into the dry in-
gredients. Pour into a well greas-
ed loaf pan and bake in a moder-
ate oven 350 degs. F. 11 : hours.
Mrs. TiMit Itvin
Levin Will
(sent Scroll
Beth Jacob
made in Israel will be
to Congregation Beth
during ceremonies Sunday.
wxm. Dec. 11. It is the first of
I in the Greater Miami area,
Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob
tail leader, revealed here.
rial arrangements have been
s to complete the script during
dication in order to perpetu-
[w names of ;il| participants
I sacred event," Rabbi Stern
t Tillie Levin, charity worker
iwill present the Scroll of Law
Rabbi H is scheduled to be
I into the synagogue beneath
P)' This is the second Torah
ed by Mrs. Levin.
'Previously gifted a Scroll of
'teacongregation in San Fran-
Wtdl to Address
Outdoor Forum
^Bertholn c. Friedl of the
JJy of Miami, will be guest
nday evening at the
"Outdoor Forum, 11th st.
"ttan ct.
*Friedi is ,he author of
"K Renaissance In Amer-
| Maimonides, His Life
"* and other books
Mrs. Weiner Heads Center Meeting
Mrs Tni;,... \ir_:___i_ __
Mrs. Julius Weiner has been ap-
pointed chairman of the annual
meeting for the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, it was
announced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
president.
This function, which will be the
fifth annual event of its type for
GMJCC, is scheduled to take place
Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the Center's
Town Branch.
Election of officers and board of
directors for the year ahead is the
main order of business for the
meeting. The remainder of the pro-
gram is being mapped out by a
planning committee under Mrs.
Weiner's chairmanship. The pro-
gram will feature a guest speaker.
Committee members who have
been assisting Mrs. Weiner in pre-
paration for the annual meeting
are Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Ray
Benin, A. Budd Cutler, Mrs. Sam
Seitlin and Mrs. Sirkin.
-----------------' tal
To See Films of Israel
Chicago Club of Greater Miami
will see films recently taken in
Israel by Beach Councilman Harold
Shapiro at a meeting Sunday eve-
ning, Nov. 27, in the Algiers hotel.
Writers Club to Meet
Writers Club will meet at the
Spinoza Forum. 11th st. and Ocean
ct., Saturday evening. Nov. 26. Her-
bert Huttner. president, will pre-
sent original verse.
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a next meeting of North Dade
Jewish Center PTA. Leading roles
will be played by Mrs. Murray Ap-
felbaum, Mrs. Irving Cohen, Mrs.
Arnold Stern, Mrs. Sam Bloom and
Mrs. Milton Beresh.
Meeting, at which Mrs. Harold
Shop maker will preside, is sched-
uled for Tuesday evening, Nov. 29,
at the Center.
Mrs. Murray Summers, program
chairman, will introduce Rabbi
Henry Okolica, who will speak on
the significance and customs of
Chanuka. Mrs. Charles Cole, hos-
pitality chairman, and her commit-
tee will be hostesses.
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Josh Rephun will speak on "Cha-
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next Oneg Shabbat meeting on Fri-
day. Dec. 2, at the Carlton hotel.
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Friday. No
Organizing plans for the second annual
Women's Division educational conference
are these chairmen gathered at a "coffee''
in the home of Mrs. Ellis Gimbel. The
county-wide educational event set for Nov.
30 at the Fontainebleau hotel will honor or-
ganizations and communal leaders. Shown
seated are Mrs. Irvmq Lehrman. chairman
of the year-round Women's division; Mrs.
Bernard R. Stevens, chairman of education
committee; and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Levin, con-
ference chairman. Standing are Mrs. Ar-
thur BurreJl, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. chairman of hostesses; and Mrs.
Samuel Z. Sakrais. program chairman.
TEX AND JINX' WILL SET WE PACE FORJlDiRATIONJADliS^
Program of Wide Appeal to Spotlight Women's Conference
Continued from Page 1 B
1 net a singing trio will i
and close the hum.....us and
i ducational broadcast Members
ol the trio are the Mesdames
J< rome Gordon and San Stark
i program highlight is
uh first official kiutallatioi
Women* Division officer- with
Rabbi Irving 1-ehrman officiating.
The Women Division last jfmi
in official autborisad arm
ol Federation and now functions
on a >car-round basis. At the
Fontainabtoau naaatlng. officers
and board ing major woman'* groopa will be
elected
For their first public appear-
Art Show Opens At Hirsch School
im Hirsch School al Drama an.) \..\ 27. from 4 to 7 p.m. at the
lined a reception studio, 315 West 47th s|
art shorn featuring ?he The show will run three weeks
vork of Fran Williams on Sunday. I closing Dec 18. and includes
ting* in oil. lacquer and
AJCongress to Present Skit "",'"''"' !ceram,c ,lle p",,ures
u l i I Fran Williams came to this area
Honoring Jewish Book Month ulna yean ago after studying in
ress As a kfanj Bplei Oakland, Calif., and San Francisco
will be presented in [In Miami, ahe continued bar atudiaa
ol Jewish Book Month hy,wi,h Byron G Newton and Lee
kfiami chapter of the American Oickani she is currently studying
-h Conj at a meeting Wl,n Eugene tfaaain
aflu Willnm.s' work has been
shown at the Lowe Gallery, Miami
Bech Art (.'enter Washington Ait
' bj M- Louis Haffner and the Gallery and the Norton Art Gallerv
cast includes the Mesdames Ben in Palm Beach. She has von
in Bloom. Edwin Debfat, Jos wards from the Lowe Gallery
eph Simon. M. J. Meyer- Josh Bluadom, Miami Art League and
Kligeraan, William Sackcr. A 1 recently won third prize at the
Saltzman and Morris Ratner Back Sam Hirsch School od Drama and
-round music will be played bj Allied Arts professional art show
Mrs. Harold Jaffer on the violin ; ,n honor of American Art Week
Inesdaj noon. Npv SO, at Kou-
I (enter.
The skit was written and direct
ance this season, the Flagler- \
Granada Jewish community cen-
ter Choral Group will present
several selections including pop-
ular Israeli songs The group is
under the direction of Mrs Paul
Draizar who i- also musical ar-
ranger and accompanist. Vocalists
include Mesdames Ray Bcrrin.
Barney Landers, Ray Levine.
George Malm. Joseph Masters.
Harry Schmidt. Joseph L'ram and
Nathan We:-. The part of the
announcer will be played by Sig
Front, ol Station \Vy.\M.
General chairman of the day is
Mrs Nathaniel M. Levin, who
was recently honored by an ap-
pointment to the national board
of the National Council of Jewish
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board of directors of Haven
School and president of the Dade
National Employ the Physically
Handicapped.
According to Mrs. Arthur Bur-
rell. arrangements chairman, and
Mrs. William Brenner, head of
the reservations committee, some
seats are still available.
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. ui.mi Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home Reports n ,h ....._ tmnWW
Reports on thp progress
of the organization
- well as of the presentation
m women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home
iLd will meet Tuesday noon, Nov. 29. at
L hotel. The Rubayat room will be the
Wecdincs. M
(Ur by Adrian THL
[JLhrstiun of J*wish Book M,,nth- (',>rl Oa-
r j(.;K|cr Rabbi Morris Bkop will.review
, Jprniiigstar." by Herman Wouk.
I tribute will I'e P^d to Mrs. Louis Makov-
lam chairman, who celebrates her birth-
129 Mrs. Sol Silvcrman. president, said that
likov-ky has done much in arranging inter-
Vwrani- for all meetings and gatherings at
*J?s trough her efforts that the Worn- heim. Rose LoSdoTjennS uCTt SS 22?
has been able to sponsor several boat Rae Frank r "'?",!""* S,Mlman' Nel,,c letter.
iiary has been able to sponsor several boat
I the senior residents at the Home, and we
express our public gratitude to her at this
,,,n v. l....... rscss hi tup
deU Mav R, \yPS; A"na K Zwkcrman. Ann Nu-
FrL! \- < "n Baum' Paullnf> Oow. I Hirseh
' M. Averbrook. Sol Oppen-
Rae,^k..,enn,erohen:SamS,: in^Lsus*
Morns Rosenblatt, Samuel Grundwerg, Abraham Ma
^son. Lours Makov.sk>, David Ph..... Ethel Spem.
Hebrew Academy Women Fete Members
Monday, Nov. 28, in the Nautilus hotel vvomen
Mrs. Samuel Fucfaj chairman of the 10S5-19S6 pictorial journal will
introduce the schedule of formulated plans for the year book
Reports w.ll be rendered by the following chairmen: binvan bank
luncheon. Mrs. Joseph Shap.ro; New Year card project, Mrs Isidore
Spolter; card party. Mrs. Morns Cohen. "
Highlighting the afternoons program will be a review of the "Book
of Genesis" by Mrs. Henry B Werniek in observance of Jewish Book
Month.
Stan Porter, noted Miami Beach vocalist, will render several mu-
sical selections.
Miami Music Club
Fetes Mrs. Piusrser
Miami Music Club honored Mr*
Richard I'lumer, preaidjeht. at a
musicale Wednesday evening in
Miami Women's club.
Program featured Olga Pavlova
soprano, with Netta Symes Morris
it the piano. Included were arias
from the Marriage of Figaro in
honor of the WoUaang Amadous
Mozart bicentenniel celebration.
Several hundred member crow I-
,ed into the auditorium. Mrs. Plum
er responded to the capacity audi
jence with greetings. She joined
, the club in 1952 and has been ac-
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' tive in the organization as an offi-
[ccr since that time.
She was reelected financial sec-
' rotary in May, which office >h
I left in order to assume the presi
dehcy upon the resignation of Mf-.
j Lcland Hyzcr Sept. .26.
"Our greatest-intores! is in gui
thering good music and extending
Ian opportunity to talented young
people of Dade county to try for
scholarships," Mrs. Plumer told
the music club.
Mm. lew's Mokovsfcj
Featured
Sisterhood
lir Tuesday
annual membership
|Miami Hebrew School and
Jtion will be held Tues-
ooon. Nov 28, at the con-
Mrs. Abraham Barkan
Might will be a -kit. "This is
Utrhood." directed by Mrs.
iWeintrauh and assisted by
Bird Welkind.
Includes Mr- George Gold-
tanceHau Michael Blank,
fcndell, David Meltzer.
I Stern and Robert Schweit-
htor i- Mi. i ph Schwa-
Irs. Saul l',i rnstein is ac-
m Mr- Bend ii is Stater-
Kidem
i to Meet Monday
Is of thi- area will .meet
|_mc of Mr and Mrs. Mor-
f Monday evening, Nov. 28.
the position ol Israel in
'Ea*t Hannah Stein, Mid-
t anthoruy. and Dr. Morris
'*iil conduct the discus-
Beach Mizrachi
ill Install Officers
In Monday Affair
Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organization will hold
an installation luncheon at the
Strath Haven hotel on Monday,
Nov. 28. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky.
of Congregation Beth Tfilah. v. ill
install officers
Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of
Tamara chapter, will discuss the
program of Mizrachi. Slated to en-
tertain is Mrs. Sonia Weiss
To be installed president is Mr-
I. B. Eisenstein. Others who will
assume office arc the Mesdames
Joseph K. Brenner, honorary pres-
ident and chairman of Children's
Village; Ida Wessel, honorary
president and JNF chairman; Pau-
line Chill, A. Mostow, A. Schech-
ter. Rose Gechman. Croldie Sir,;
Sadie Babad and Tobey Jaffey. |
vice presidents; Edna Seles, trea
urer and publicity chairman;
Arnold Leon, financial and record
ing secretary: and Rose Luatig, COT
responding secretary.
Trustees arc the Mesdamc* Ida
Wessel, Nat Hochman, Sol Silber
man, Pauline Grundwerg. I Kra-
1 mer, Ida Freedman and 15 Sachs
' Board members are the Meadames
L. Kramer. R. Katz, Y. Tra.sk. A
Shapiro. S. Silverstein, F. Abramv
G. Brier, S. Hochman. I. Friedman.
M. Raftenberg, T. Levine, Sara Gar
finkel and R. Schneider.
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein
Age Talent To Compete Here
* club talent from more Jewish Community Center will
Wuth groups under the compete at twin auditions sched-
the Greater Miami uled next week for the selection of
a final entertainment program for
the annual conclave set by the Cen-
ter for Dec. 11.
K Groups are preparing skits, songs
and dances for the tryouts which
are scheduled to take place Tues-
day night, Nov. 29, at the Center's
Town Branch, and Wednesday-
night, Nov. 30, at the Beach Branch.
According to conclave co-chair-1
men Bob Kasse and Arnold Levy,
selections of official conclave en
tertainers will be made at these
auditions.
Registration for this second an
nual conference of all GMJt l
steen age groups is now under* <>
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Will fleet Officers
Flection ol Officers Ol Beth Jacob
Congregation Sisterhood will take
place Monday afternoon. Nov. 28
at the home ol Rabbi and Mrs.
iihor stem. 1034 Michigan Ave.
Chairman pro-tern ol the organiza-
tion is Mrs Maivn Englander.
*Sisterhood's~~special project is
Beth Jacob's religious school, in
which some 70 students are cur-
rently enrolled.
Mrs Frances Makovky, former
pre-ident. and Mrs. Martin Genet,
will assist as hostesses
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Proceeds for Denver Hospital
Greater Miami Auxiliary of
American Medical Center at Den-
ver, formerly Jewish Consump-
tives' Relief Society, will hold a
card party at the Vendomc hotel
Wednesday evening. Dec. 7. Pro-
ceeds will go to the hospital to aid
the fight against cancer. Mrs.
Jerry Puncher is chairman of event,
and Mrs. Herman Schocnfcld is co-
chairman.
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Miss Rollene Waterman
Mr. Saal's Fiancee
Is Janet Waterman
Hubert D. Saal, son of Mrs. Theo-
dore Saal, Miami, and the late Mr.
Saal is engaged to Miss Rollene
Janet Waterman. Plymouth. MMl
Mr. Saal is a graduate of Yale.
where he was a member of the
Khzabeth club and Phi Beta Kappa.
scholastic honorary. A recipient of
a Fulbright fellowship, he studied
at the University of Paris
Formerly a staff member of
Town and Country. Mr. Saal is now
a free-lance writer.
IfiH Waterman, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. I. H. Waterman. Ply-
mouth, is a graduate of Wellesley
( nllege and is now with the editor-
ial department of House Beautiful
Myrna Diener Will
Wed Malvin Sumka
Miss Myra Diener. daughter of
Mrs Benjamin Horowitz, and the
late Sam Diener, is engaged to Mal-
\in Sumka. Newark. N.J. Miss
Iuener is formerly of Miami Beach.
Mi^s Diener is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended Charron-Williams business
Newark, NJ,
Mr. Sumka. son of Sol J Sumka.
Newark, and the late Mrs Sumka, is
a graduate of Columbia University
and a veteran of World War II.
His now with the Lehigh Engineer-
ing associates, Newark.
A February wedding is planned.
Interiors
Miss Myrna Diener
Walslv, Vernell
Plan for Dec. 17
Mr and Mrs Ira Cole Wal-ey
of 4245 Alton rd.. announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Ellen
Joan, to Louis Vernell, son of Mr
and Mrs. Louis Vernell. 942 Lenox
ave.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach High School, University of
Alabama and the University of Mi-
ami, where she was a member of
the freshman orientation commit-
tee, secretary of Liberty Forum
Political Party, in SBG, member of
the Homecoming committee, pub-
licity chairman of Hillel Founda-
tion and Beta Phi Epsilon social
sorority.
The groom-elect attended Taft
High School and graduated from
the University of Miami undergrad-
uate school and Law School, where
he was in Nu Beta Epsilon legal
fraternity.
He is an attorney at 420 Lincoln
rd. The wedding date has been set
for Dec. 17.
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Miss Keberte Margolesky
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University of Miami sophomore
Roberta Eleaine Margolesky is the
fiancee of Richard Neil Fine.
The bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Margolesky. 5820
SW 14th st., announce the engage-
ment. Mr. Fine, who lives at 5888
SW 8th st., is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Fine, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Miss Margolesky graduated
from Coral Gables High School,
where she was in the band, orches-
tra and a member of La Allegro
and Future Teachers of America.
She is now attending the UM on
Florida State Teachers' scholar-
ship, and is treasurer of Iota Alpha
Pi sorority.
Her fiance graduated from Til-
den High School in Brooklyn and
served in the Marine Corps. He is
now attending Kendall Flight
School to become a commercial
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After Sunday Rites
Phyllis Rosen and Herman Co-
hen were married during Sunday
services. Nov. 20. in the Algiers
hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiated at the 2 p.m. rites.
The bride is the daughter of the
Benjamin Rosens. 140 SW 19th rd.,
Miami. The groom is the son of
Mrs. Pauline Cohen and the late
Morris Cohen, 351 Meridian ave.,
Miami Beach.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Irwin
Cooperberg, sister of the bride.
Mrs. Harvey Vogel. sister of the
groom, and Mrs Roland Horovitz,
a close friend, were bridesmaids.
Niece of the bride Jams Cooper-
berg was flower girl.
The groom's brother, Jack Co-
hen, was best man, and ushers in-
cluded Harvey Vogel, his brother-
in-law, and Irving Berkowitz, a
close friend.
Newlywed Mrs. Cohen attended
Miam High, Terry Art Institute and
the University of Miami. Her hus-
band attended New York Univer-
sity, Packard Junior College and
graduated from the University of
Miami law school. He has been a
practicing attorney here for four
years.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Havana for one week, the couple
will be at home at 3536 NW 18th
st., Miami.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland ont-
Israel Mot*. Shar.tt .d Mr.. Share* at a 'Zl Fo*W> 1ft
afternoon before Mr. Sharetfs appearance at a fS *">*<
in the Fontainebleau. Thc Friedland hL r"* of krtt*
North Bay rd. and offers a breath-takmg 7^'^ in m
was in their beige and aqua living area Jhl / "
mplete wall of class owrlnn.in. !- *hlch htaj
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North Bay rd and offers a breath-taking v.cw'of
It was in their beige and aqua living area 11,'M,an,i ^
complete wall of glass overlooking an extra ,1 ^
and swimming pool, that H.tt,. and Sam receZfJ*^
and some 60 guests for cocktails. a "* *l _
Hettie chose a gown of black lace, and Mr. k
in black. Hatti. and Sam are now temabveW nPWi,4
pean visit in May or June to attend a convention of7?**
owners in Rome. Hatti* returned just last week (1 *
London. Paris and Rome, spending two and one half wli*
her niece, Eleanor (Mrs. Ed) CapLand of Miami Beach^
STOKItS SWAPPED AT MIDLAND HOME
First arrivals at the Bonds of Israel fete were Mr
Weltx, who proudly discussed their two trips to Israel h
three years. While Mr. and Mr.. David Phi.np, we 2
Mr.. L.on Jacob* of their escape from Argentina "just befT
Mr*. Jack Cerner, arriving with her husband chose.fa
of beige silk and a scarf lined in coral red. She and isd,
tellng friends that they havo just sold their Rye NY tat
now be permanent Miami Beachites. Among other'tut*
Carl Weinkles, Mast Orovities and Sam Kipnit, whose 3
later that evening at the Israel Bond banquet.
EACH WOMEN INVITE0 TO WASHINGTON
Mr.. David P. Cattman and Mrs. Louis G latter have ^
by President Eisenhower to take part in the While House a
education in Washington, D.C., Nov. 28 to Dec. 1. Ma
with the American Jewish Committee here. .. Bast is pread
Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary. .
Mr. and Mra. Larry B. Silver man have returned to i
Bay Harbor Islands after a West Indies cruise on the SS1
Mrs*. Silvarman is busily working with the current Red
paign, of which she is chairman in Bay Harbor Islands...
Chosen to represent the University of Miami in the 1HJ-H
tion of "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities"
Harbart, son of the Sidney Herberts, 1757 James ave... Mr.
S. Weiss, who have just returned from a West Indies cruise, em
friends with Thanksgiving dinner this week at their home, I
st. .
Off TO ATLANTA INGAGlMtNTJ VIS/TONS
Beef and Bird's Joa Cohen left with wife Ruby and her!
Thanksgiving dinner in Atlanta. They will be guests of Rd
Mrs. Hy man Pallor's sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. I
blat. Holding down the fort at Beef and Bird is Manny!
The Sam Weiseelt, of Granada blvd., will be hosts at Conlj
Jewish Center Oneg Shabbat Friday evening to honor the en
of son Buddy to Miaa Sue Lamm. Back in Miami to visit I
friends is Mrs. Artie Greenhut, of Israel. She's the former I
fort.
Artie's a banker, and the couple have i two and one-half j
son. Ron. They're staying with Call's sister and brother-ii
and Mrs. Jerry Phillips. Entertaining the Israeli couple
and Jean are her brother, Sol, Lou and Irving. Rotfort.
THANKSGIVING WElKtND ... AT NOMf MCUHKATIHG
The Herbert Silvers are spending Thanksgiving weekendIn
Cuba, where a Camp Osceola reunion is being held JMjj
are Osceola directors ... Mr. and Mr.. Aba Ptpptr, 507 sw
were hosts last week to members of their families as they r
eighth wedding anniversary
Clara's family came from North and South Carolina.
of 30 members of the Pepper family joined them in the ce
Harry I. Megid, of 1435 West ave.. is at home iw^JJ
surgery at Mt. Sinai's Hospital Harry and wife Anna
daughter. Janice (Mrs. Gereld) Obertner. after she flew downi
lanta to be with them during her father's recuperation^
SchoeketU Reveal Arlyne's Betroth^
rw. in k k ,Mmo Hat for from the I niversity w "
Dec. 18 is the wedding date for from the
Arlyne Schockett and Michael M.
Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
S. Tobin. 5231 North Bay rd., Mi-
ami Beach. ,
Their engagement has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Schockett, 4315
North Meridian ave.. Miami Beach.
The prospective bride attended
Normandy Private School and the
University of Alabama before stu-
dying for a degree in education
is now on the facuUj[J
Beach Elementary ScW"
member of the Flonda
Association.
Her fiance was tWjfj
Miami Beach High Schod.
sity of Florida and in"*
Miami Law School.
He served as a First
sporta
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in the Army tn.nsportatio.1
and now has his own
in Miami.
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ftn, Rita Hoffman became
CJ Bern ... ceremonie.
P ening at the home of
^ uncle. Irving Greenfield,
, ...nd Miami Beach. Rabbi
iih' and Cantor Samuel
fr of Temple Beth Sholom,
kridf is the .laughter of Mr.
Bernard Hoffman, 7834
ave Mian.. Beach. The
, k the son of William Bern-
| the late Mrs- Bernbaum,
In marriace by her father.
gr Miss Hoffman was at-
j Sylvia Ann original. The
of alencon lace had a scallo-
Hheshoulder neckline with
|eeVe< ending in a point. The
t floor-length skirt was of
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Hoff"li,n ^ccomes ^Irs- Bern
In Candlelight Rites on Star Island
illusion net over bridal satin Her
veil was designed by the bride's
aunt, Mrs. Aaron Tubin.
Her bonnet of net and lace was
scattered with pearls and rhine-
stones, and the fingertip-length
veil was of illusion net. She carried
a cascade of orchids, roses and lily-
of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Miss Allita
Mae Hoffman, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joel (Ubler
Hobe Sound, Fla.. Miss Bonnie Kl
len Tubin, cousin of the bride from
Miami Bach, and another cousin
Miss Jean Hoffman. Scarsdale. N.y!
Flower girl was Miss Robyn Tubin,
also the bride's cousin. Other con
sins were Gary Tepper, ring bear-
er, and Ronald Treshan and David
Greenfield, ushers.
Miss Laura Kellogg was soloist,
and Miss Edythe Flcisher kept the
guest book.
Newlywed Mrs. Bern graduated
from Miami Beach High School and |
the University of Miami with an
AB in psychology. She attended
graduate school at the UM. where
she was a member of Psi Chi. psy- j
chological honorary. She belongs
/0^ to the City of Hope. Mental Health
0* Society and has been employed ;i~
youth director of B'nai B'rith here.
The groom is a graduate attor-
ney from the UM and Tulane Uni-
versity, where he received the
Masters degree in social work. He
belongs to Nu Beta Epsilon legal
honorary, Florida Bar Association,
American Association of Social
Workers, Jewish War Veterans,
American Legion and Hillel Alum-
ni.
He served as an officer in the
U.S. Army and Air Force ntelli-
gence. He is presently executive di-
rector of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association.
Following a wedding trip to
the Caribbean, the couple will re-i
side at 844 80th st., Miami Beach.
Out-of-town guests attending the
candlelight ceremony were Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Rosenfeld. sister and,
brother-in-law of the groom, Brook-1
lyn; Mrs. Henry Hoffman and Miss
Joan Hoffman, aunt and cousin of
the bride, Scarsdale; Mrs. Murray
Schramm, friend, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Greenfield, aunt and
uncle of the bride, Chicago, 11.
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Mrs. Joseph Bern
Miss Platkin Weds Ma
Bride is Miami
In a 1 p.m. double ring ceremony |
at Rabbi Joseph Narot's study Wed-j
nesday, Nov. 23. Miss Alma Rose1
Platkin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j
Edward Platkin, 1460 West ave.,|
Miami Beach, became the bride of
Manny Marcus, son of Mrs. Sylvia i
Marcus, Brooklyn, N.Y., and the1
late Louis Marcus.
Best man was Stanley Platkin.
brother of the bride. Matron of I
honor was Mrs. Stanley Platkin,
sister-in-law of the bride.
Mm. Richard Swarf
ia Jaeggi,
hard A. Swart
Change Vows
i Jaeggi wore her matron of
^i wedding band when she
vows Saturday with
I A. Swart in Temple Emanu-
Swart substituted her own
I band for the ring belong-
i her attendant. Mrs. Stanley
k\ after the ceremony.
hi Irving Lehrman officiated.
ndal dinner was held at Ed
is Restaurant.
mis the dauuhter of Mrs. H.
fe2464 SW 19th st. Mr. Swart.
[SW 7th rt., .- the son of Mr.
Mrs Will Swart, of Orlando.
bride's dre^s was made of
' "tin brocade Her veil was
length and fell from a heart
tiara. She carried white
I'ith an orchid.
Heller, matron of honor,
Jdressed in a street-length
of gold and purple print,
off was best man.
inewlyweds will be at home
fNov. 28 at 276 SW 8th at
ire honeymooning in Na-
Ha.
Talent Show
' for December
r Center Auspices
I "to" Talent Show will be
i the National Children's
Home of Sunday, Dec. 26,
*ung Adult league of the
* Mumi Jewish Community
JJms will he held at the
lSS"n Branch Auditor-
| SW 16 ave Tuesday eve-
ItJii0' a" aS<*-singers. ba-
|L danTs, comedians,
1 JJnd muMciar's were this
;*mom of ,he young
"Sr Sns-ing commit-
' rm Hoberman, Larry
\Te Uvitt- R*
L^^mie Miller.
AJCongress Woman
Leader to Officiate
At Installation Here
Mrs. Fannie Goldstein, national
vice president of the Women's Di-
vision of American Jewish Con-
gress will install Florida Women's
Division officers and be guest
speaker at a membership brunch
Monday morning. Nov. 28, in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers ho-
tel.
Mn. Goldstein is a noted speaker
and attorney from Philadelphia,;
who has travelled extensively
through Europe, Asia and Africa. I
She is a sister-in-law of Dr. Israel
Goldstein, national president of
the American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, former
leader of American Jewish Con-
gress of Philadelphia and spiritual
leader of Beth David Synagogue.
will give the opening prayer.
Check for the American Jewish
Congress scholarships to the Hu-
man Relations Department of the
University of Miami will be pre-
sented to Dr. George Eply, head'
of the department. Cantor Phillip
Brummer. of Temple Emanu-EI |
will render the musical portion of
the program.
In charge of reservations are
Mesdames Morris Kogan, Jack
Janoff, Charles Alter and William
Kirschner.
North Shore Ladies
In Programs
Social hall of North Shore Jew-
ish Center was transferred into a
night club on Sunday evening,
when the Sisterhood held its
Thanksgiving dance.
Portion of the planned entertain-
ment was presented by vocalist
Judy Prucker, accompanied by
Lillian Nelson at the piano. Mrs. F.
Feinstein was chairman of the af-
fair, which featured Syd Stanley's
orchstra.
On Saturday afternoon. Mrs. San-
ford Jacobson was hostess at her
home. 325 88th st.. Surfside. for
the first in a series of education
group Onetf Shabbats. Guest speak-
er was Mrs. Harold Hirschfield.
whose topic was "The Siddur."
A social actions discussion was
led by Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz,
followed by community singing.
Sisterhood's general meeting was
Tuesday evening, when Rabbi Yaa-
kov Rosenberg, of Beth David Syn-
agogue, was guest speaker.
Abbey-Starr
Mrs. Sanford freed
iiny Marcus;
University Graduate
The bride selected a princess style
ballerina-length gown made of im-
ported chantilly lace over white
traditional bridal satin with scoop-
ed neckline and long sleeves
sprinkled with rhinestones. Her
only piece of jewelry was a strand
of pearls, belonging to her mother.
She carried orchids on a Bible.
Her four-tiered French illusion veil
was attached to a crown of pleated
taffeta and seed pearls.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and received
her degree in education at the
University of Miami. She was a
member of Lead and Ink honorary,
Sigma Lambda Phi, service sorority
and is now a teacher at Biscayne
Elementary School.
The groom attended schools in
Brooklyn. At present, he is associ-
ated with Smart Miss of Miami.
A reception for family and
friends was held at the bride's
home following the ceremony.
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Parents Committee hieets
At North Dade Center
First meeting of the year for the
parents committee guiding the
youth program sponsored jointly
by the North Dade Jewish Center
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center was held Thurs-
day evening. November 17th at
7-45 p.m. at North Dade. it was
announced by Israel Waxman,
youth chairman.
The committee reviewed the or-
ganization and functioning of this
program. Five youth groups with
a total enrollment of over 100 pre-
teen and teen age youngsters are
enrolled in the youth program
The program includes a variety of
ndal, athletic, cultural and Jew-
ish celebration activities
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For Sunday Rites
Marilyn Ruth Indgin became
Mrs. Sanford Freed in wedding
ceremonies Sunday, Nov. 20, at
Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Sh-
maryahu Swirsky and Cantor Lou is
Gartenhaus officiated at the 2:30
p.m. rites.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Harry Indgin and the late Mr.
Indgin, 218 SW 15th ave. The
groom is the son of the Charles J.
Freeds, 919 Cotorro ave., Coral
Gables.
Given in marriage by her moth-
er, the bride wore a white pure
silk taffeta gown, cocktail-length,
appliqued in lace with pearls and
rhinestones. The full skirt was
banded with turquoise velvet end-
ing in a bow at the back. Her fin-
ger-tip veil was held by a match-
ing lace pill box head dress.
She carried white orchids and
lilies-of-the-valley attached to a
satin covered prayer book pre-
sented to her as an award during
her religious school days.
Maid of honor was Miss Faye
Ruth Sarasohn. attired in a cock-
tail-length powder blue pure silk
organza dress with long torso.
Jack Freed, brother of the
groom, was best man, and ushers
included Bernie Freed, another
brother, and Sidney Indgin, bride's
brother.
The bride, born in Gloversville,
N.Y., graduated from high school
there and the University of Mi-
ami. At present, she teaches sec-
ond grade in Gladeview Elemen-
tary School.
The groom is a native Miamian.
graduated from Miami High and
the University of Florida law
school, where he was pesident of
the Greater Miami club, vice presi-
dent of Florida Blue Key, president
of Lyceum Council, president of
Inter-City Council and active in
Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity
and Phi Alpha Delta legal society.
Before starting law practice
here, he was a special assistant to
the -Attorney General of Florida.
He is presently a member of the
board of directors of Miami Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce, presi-
dent of Young Democrats of Mi-
ami and is active in Sertoma.
Knights of Pythias, Moose and
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith.
The couple will be at home at
1530 SW 1st ave., following their
wedding trip.
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Dr. Eisenberg Will Address Three
Meetings Sponsored by Bureau Here
Or A/nrl Eisenberg. executive On Tuesday evening, Nov. 29,
vice president Of the Jewish F. cation Committee of New York and session of the annual seminar of
'nationally famous educator and the teachers of Greater Miami
when be will
ay. No
^mb*'
author, will tddreM three commu-
nit) meetings under the sponsor
ship of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation
on Monde) iveninf Nov. 28. Dr.
EtMBberg will Ik- featured speaker
at the Jewish Book Festival
in
.\ it
Nancy Sonnett and Neil Son-
nett, twin children of Mr. and
Mrs. D. Murray Sonnett. will
celebrate their Bas and Bar
Mitzvah on Nov. 26 at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kro-
r.ish will officiate.
Michael Lewis Peyton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Peyton
will celebrate his Bar Mitrvah
at Temple Emanu-El Saturday.
Nov. 26. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Michael is an
eighth grade student at Miami
Beach High School and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
discuss How to
Teach Jewish Life Through Litera-
ture." The session will be held ;,t
the Rureau of Jewish Education
building. 135 NW 3 ave.
On Wednesday, Nov. 30, Dr F.i
sen berg will address the annual
celebration of Jewish Book Month rally and workshop jointly spon-
in Kneseth Israel Congregation sored by the Council of Parent
He will discuss "Jewish Living Teacher Associations of the Jew
Through Jewish Reading." Ish schools of Greater Miami and
The program will also include a the Bureau of Jewish Education.
presentation bjj Dr. Alexander All members of PTA associations.
Mukdoni. noted literary critic, who as well as the general public, are
will review the Yiddish pubhea invited to hear Dr. Rtseoberg ttls-
tfcuu Of the >ear Commentator cuss "The Jewish Home and
will be Babbl Vaakov Rosenberg. School' in the auditorium of th Beth David PTA (I
Congregation, and Beth David Congregation I ,fl J,Bta
The pta council workshop will Donee Sunday tVeni-t
continue the following Thursday
morning, with three consecutive "D(iovid (rookie dance
sessions devoted to PTA program- K',l!l"' W1" hold Sunday
ming, organization and PTA andjd b>' ^A f Beth DavM j
Atritl
f'trj
nurcgat;
Rabbi Jonah E ("apian will present
an Introducton message.
Joseph Puntov Is chairman of
the local Book Month committee
sponsoring the meeting.
Orthodox Council
In Winter Confab
Sisterhood relations. Discussion
leaders include Mesdamcs Leon
Kronish, Harold Bcrney, Irving
Lehrman Harry Fertig. Irving and Mrs Kdwam Safer"
Kaplan and Benjamin Greene. w.th;ment: Mr and Mrs Sam
Nov. 27. at the synagogue.
Chairman of thi event kl
Max Feldman Others i
Cantor William Lipson to Join Beth
David Synagogue Staff, Setter Says
;'or William W I.ipson. whfl
Invited to join Beth Dsvid
1 months Bjgo, Mill
arrive In Miami on Noi SO to as-
sume 111" duties. Herbert K. Si In r
i idem revealed Wednesdi
Canti r Lipson was born and edu-
ago and studied at the
Hebrew Theological Collage and
I he American Conservatory of Mu
mi lie prepared for the Cantorate
with such renowned
Canton m frankel, Peariman sod
Schnipliskj ol New Vort n
served Emanu-El Synagogue id
Oklahoma City, Okla. [or five
M Inch he occupied the
cantorial po l ol Beth El Coni
tiOD n <> where he has
connected lor the past I.
irs
Wh th K!. he was respon-
the development of a com
tic program for the multi-
plies (d the con.
'ii'1 Dd trail.!
senior and junior choirs, as well as
a -isterhood choru-
antor I.ipson is a charter mem-
Iht of the Cantors Assembly of
America and his appeared as a
soloist m concerts throughout the
Middle West He i recognized as
an outstanding authority on He-
brew liturgkal music and has long
been leading exponent of autlien-
tic lynagogue music
(antor I.ipson is married to the
er Betty Brinker, ol Akron,
and i^ the father of three children.
The I.ipson family will take up
their residence in Miami late in
November.
Executive meeting at the home
of Mrs Simon April, president, this
week formulated plans for installa- Irving Bakst
tion of officers of the Council of Smith are in
Jewish Orthodox Si-terhoods Dec.
14 in the Sterling hotel
In addition to installation, the
affair will include the organiza
t inn's winter conference Council
is a chapter of the women's branch
of the Union of Orthodox Congre-
gations of America.
Affiliated
Sisterhoods id Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, Beth El
Congregation Beth Tfilah Congre-
gation. Kneseth Israel CongrciM
tion. Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute and Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion.
Mrs Shmaryahn Swir-ky. coun-j
e.l vice president. Will be program NatI(,na, Home ,
Saul Rabin. Louis Kisner. Sydney J.
C.reenberg and Louis Schwartz-
man, acting as consultants. Mrs.
and Mrs. Manuel
charge of arrange-
ments
Dr Eisenberg, who reserved his
PhD degree at Columbia Univer-
sity in 1935. has been executive
director of the Bureaus of Jewish
Education in Cincinnati. Cleveland
and Philadelphia, as well as dean
of Greets College at Philadelphia.
croups here nrludc ,l( |s tvmm president of the Na-
tional Council for Jewish Educa-
tion and present chairman of the
American section of the World
Union for Jewish Education.
refreshments; Mrs. Robert 1
decorations; Mr. and HbJ
Levitan. publicity; and Irt|
Geycr. tickets
Mrs David c*gen.
of the dance with Mrs Fel
chairman of the Dee 14 event.
'Suppressed Desire' Costume
Party m Gables Sunday
ol the Jewish
Asthmatic Chil-1conference.
Bernstein Bar Mitzvah
Matthew Bernstein, mm of Mr
and Mrs Allen Bernstein. 1430 A!
geria, (oral Gebtaa, will become
Mitzvah dunn Saturday morn
erviees of Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center Rabbi Morris Bfcop will
officiate The Bernsteins will be
hosts at the Kiddush of Sanctihca
tion tollowing.
Zamora Center
Schedules Forum
dren will .give a "suppressed de
sire" costume party on Sunday.
Nov. 27. The function w ill take
place at the Phyllis Kapp Studio in
(oral Cables
All proceeds will go to help reha
Young Judaec
Plan Conclave
Princess [sseni hotel in]
Beach, has been selected
site for the forthcoming
I mid-winter conclave of the I
ern region "I Senior Young J
Over 100 teenage boys anil
from Florida. Georgia. Sootkf
lina. North Carolina. Tens
Alabama and Mi>-i>ippi
pected to take part in the fa
u h i c h will
Dec 25
Highlights of the conch
include discussion and
workshop- baaed on the
"On Three Principle- the
" Other events ol th
hihtate to normal living asthmatic clave will include folk d
Men's Huh .md Sisterhood of Za-
mora Jewish (enter will iointlv T'.'j'"7 '" """""' "v,n asmmauc clave will inciutic
sponsor a forum Wednesday eve chl,dren at the Hom<> Mrs Harry choral presentations, all*
Ding, Nov 30, at the Center R-.b <>>!u'lman ls chairman of this events, business sstnsH
bi B I.eon Hum it/ Will he node* SOC,aI function of the year. Icials.
ator
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs
David Km I and Hairy Ross Sub-
ject ol the forum will deal with the
question of rehgloas education in
the schools
Mrs Hose Galton, chairman of
Judaism in the home, will conduct
a Chanuka workshop.
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lif ef Jn Gter J^ h^ oTw^hip
. .I fridav evening _^^"H L^aW G B e a t ^ ----------------------------------------
,S Herbert Buchwald ^PF^^^ GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
7,5(1 .,..,.....h on the M LoV above iiMr.., __ KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA
EMETH CONGRECA-
h(l|d Friday evening
730 Herbert Buchwald
L and preach on the
peBargain-" Choir wil
tag service
[service
Saturday
are al 9:30.
DAVID CONGREGATION
Friday evening services
[jabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Ljate and preach on:
king (or the Books That j
Ones Shabbat will be '
by Mr. and Mrs. Ban
tturday morning services
Rabbi Rosenberg will
the Weekly Portion.
. ?
TFILAH CONGREGA-
I hold Friday evening
[at 5:15. Saturday morn-
[jees are at 8:30. Rabbi
iickovsky will officiate and
(he Weekly Portion. At 4
Rabbi will preach on:
Goal Justify the Means?"
iat 430 Pm followed by
kudos. Daily services will
|a.m and 5:15 p.m.
>
IE BETH SHOLOM will
Ida} evening services at
Rabb Leon Kronish will
[and preach on the Thanks-
Lme The Position of the
America Today Saturday
Iservices arc at 10:45. Neal
Sonnett. twin son and
'of Mr and Mrs. I>. Mur-
lett. will become Bar and
Iran. Cantor Samuel Kele-
render the musical por-
Ithe litur^\
too
PATH ISRAEL HEBREW
TE will hold Friday eve- Shapiro will officiate. Cantor Ye-
rnce- at 5;15 p.m. Saturday j hudah Hcilbraun renders the mus-
services are at 9 Rabbi 'caJ portions of the liturgy. Oncg |
will officiate and preach Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. |
and Mrs. Julius Schwartz. Saturday
Rabbi Joseph ftokovsky
. Goals and Means
ices scheduled for 8 a.m.
0
TEMPLE SINAI of Hollywood
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 dedicated to Bnai Brith
Sidney Aronovitz, Bnai Brith lead- i
er, will be guest speaker. Subject I
of his discourse is scheduled as: '
CANDLEUGHTING Tim
Kislev 10-5:11 p.m.
The Place of Bnai Brith in Amer
ican-Jewish life." Rabbi David
MIAMI SYNAGOG
LINCOLN ROAD
INSTITUTE-;!.", 78th
i Ro'* ma,?NOREGAT,ON->> Train
JEWISH
AGUDATH
Rabbi ii .a, Kw
ISRAEL HEBREW
.......I'' I". v -1
ETH ISRAEL
t.
NORTH SHORE
Mayer
center-Mn :-, ,f
- Bdward R|eln
li.i-... uve.
mnt Abramowiu c.atoV Ed
Orthodox,
' "HkkIox. Rabbi H.
1 rvatlve. Rabbi
Liberal, Rabbi Upn Kronlata.
Conservative.
LOW LINCOL
CONGREGATION101-111
Washington
antor Maurice Mam< hei
B E
BETH JACOB
RabU Tiber Btern
HEBREW ACADEMY MS -
KNESETH
Jonah i
TORAH TEMPLE
Rabbi living
N ROAD
ave. Orthodox.
> Orthodox. it;ibbi Jo-
Kih Bt. Orthodox. Rabbi
Cantan cNG,REOAT.ON-l4,.-, Buclld avo.
- "Pwn i antor Abraham Belt
Alexander QrOH
Orthodox. Rabbi
nd I.*. ,
W l ave. American Judaism. Rabbis Abraham
CORAL GAB
C0RAo-r,GAlLES JEW|SH CENTER-32.1
Morrla Bkop. Cantor Irving Roblnaon
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER-44 Zamora
Leon Hurwlt* Cantor Rudolph Brill.
L E S
Palermo
|topic 'ThanksgivingOur
I Duties of Justice in Paths
'Kiddush follows. Mincha
IS p.m. Shalos Seudos and
|eonclude the Sabbath ob-
Daily services are at 8
5:30 pm with Sunday
|it 9 am and 5:30 p.m.
IE BETH SHOLEM of Hoi-
Itill hold Friday evening
i8 p.m. lien Essen, Mi-
My. will be guest speaker
to The Importance of
nth Rabbi Samuel Lerer
cute Morris C Klein and
Kramer wil receive 25-year
iB'nth certificates Oneg
I follows.
'MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Friday evening services
| Late services are at 8:30,
i Alfred Waxman offi-
tiscassing: 'Heroes in
[ and fa. Arthur Bass-
** hosts at the Oneg
'a honor of their son. Hen-
*. ho becomes Bar Mitz-
1 Saturday morning serv-
[' ^'ncha Is at 5 p.m.
ACADEMY will hold
[iing services at 5:15
fawning .services are at 9
S,dcr,(ir"^w'll Preach
L" ,*> prt'n. Mincha is
"* followed by shalos Seu-
*rv'ces are at 7:30 a m
'-. ith Sunday serv-
morning services arc at 9.
*
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Oko-
lica will officiate and disctut:
"Jewish Book Month." Consecra-
tion for all students at Popiel
school will be held. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Sermon will
be based on the Weekly Portion.
Cantor Samuel Salkow renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Mrs. Lucille Moore directs the
choir.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION holds Friday evening scrv-
ices at 5:03 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi ll
Louis Rottman will preach on the
topic: "Standard for Living." Class
in Bible is at 3:45 p.m. Mincha will
be at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30
a.m. and 5:05 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5.30 and
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton Malavsky
will preach on the Thanksgiving
topic: "What are We to Give
Thanks for?" Cantor Samuel Sal-
kow will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Mr and Mrs.
Charles Sanders will be hosts at
the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their
son, Barry, who becomes Bar Mitz-
rah during Saturday morning serv-
ices at 8:30. Rabbi Malavsky will
discuss the Weekly Portion. Jun-
ior services are at 10 a.m. conduct-
ed by Jack Katzker Mincha will
be at 5:30 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos.

FLAGLER -GRANADA
avo. Liberal. Rabbi
Conservative. Rabbi B.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BE!\?i,R*P"*EL CONGREGATION-IP,-, NW .:,,! aVO. Orthodox. Rabbi
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDERDALE
T1 ConaarSathS **?!&% F HOLLYWOOD -17: Monroe at, Hollywood.
' onaorvatlve. Rabbi Samuel I.*-rer.
TE'fiv!:Epi!m,i?F.lH8l:l-VWOOD-2'KW T'"lk Hollywood. Coaaarva-
ti\e. Habbi David Bhaalro. Cantor rehudah Hellbraun.
TENJ,fLf ,EMA^VEL,C?'r FT' LAUDERDALE-1S01 South Andrews ave.,
11 Laudardala. Reform. Rahbi Marius Ranaon,
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-151 Iv.st 4th ave. Con-
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL- 111 NK lMh *t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbi Knuritus. Cantor Jacob linrnatein.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER MOO North Miami ave.
conservative. Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Canter Albert (Slants.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION--i:'2ni NW 17th av.
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER".0 NW Mat pi.
i onset ratlvs Rabbi i..... Helm.
NORTHMIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER13630 West Dixie hwy.
Rabbi Henry Okollca. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION-lllltli Bt. and NB
Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
anshe emes congregation im Coral Way. Conservative.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE-:'',:", S\V :ii d ;ivt. Coiiservative.
v.i.ik<>\' Ritsenbei ^.
BETH EL CONGREGATION 100 SW 17th ave. Oi thodox.
Eihmaryahu T. Bwlrsky, Cantor Louis Qartenbaua
Israelite center-!! M s\v Lith 1.1. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
UaUvsky, Cantor Samuel BaBcow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION1101 gW 12th ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. CantOl Berela Kelemer.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER-.'Tl'ii BW 17th it Conservative. Rabbi
Alfred Waxtnaii.
Conservative.
lltb ave.
Rabbi
Rabbi
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 8:30. Rabbi Jo-
nah Caplan will preach on the
topic: "Returning to the Dreams of
Our Youth." Cantor Abraham Seif
will officiate and render the musi-
cal portion of the liturgy. Class in
Bible is at 4:30 p.m. Mincha will
be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Ray-
mond Miles, chaplain, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Fleishman,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Joseph Narot will offi-
ciate and preach on the topic: "Is
Religion in Public Schools the An-
swer?" Cantor Jacob Bornstein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday services are at 11
a.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will officiate and preach. Serv-
ice is dedicated to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45. Kenny, son of
jMr. and Mrs. Daniel Wagner, will
! become Bar Mitzvah. Sermon is
based on the Weekly Portion. Can
tor Edward Klein will render the
musical portions of the liturgy. Eli
Samuels directs the choir.
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BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
5:15. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will
officate and discuss: "Angels Must
Go Up Before They Come Down."
Cantor Louis Gartenhaus will ren
der the musical portions of the lit-
urgy. Junior servces are in Ye-
shiva Hall at 10 a.m. Class in San-
hedrin will be at 4 p.m.
Arthur Snyder. Arthur Selevan,
Manuel Mandel and Arthur Krause.
Saturday morning services will be
at 9. Subject of Rabbi Lercr's dis-
course is: "The Departure of a
Great Man." Daily services will be
at 8:30 a.m.
e
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Rab-
bi Simon April's topic is: "Can We
Afford to Compromise?" Class in
Mishna is at 4:30 p.m. Daily serv-
ices will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.. with Sunday services at 8:30
a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5. Late
services commence at 8:30. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will preach on the
Thanksgiving topic: "Grant Us, Oh
God, a Grateful Heart." Saturday
morning services are at 9. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Cantor Philip Brummer will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Michael Lewis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Peyton, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30. Class in Talmud is
Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Rabbi
Arie Becker will discuss "Provi-
JEWISH dence or Chance" during services
COMMUNITY CENTER will
Friday evening services at 5:30
Saturday morning services are at cha
8:30 Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate | Mr.
and preach on the Weekly Portion
Junior services will be conducted
by Sidney Shapiro and Sammy
Lasko. at 10:90 a.m. Mincha is at
5:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv
hold commencing at 8:30. Class in Bible
will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Min-
and Shalos Seudos. Hosts are
and Mrs. Oscar Zwechken-
baum. Daily services will be at 7
am and 530 p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
CENTER will hold Friday
at 8:30. Rabbi
ject of the sermon is: "Building
Castles in the Air." Torah Class fol-
lows the service.
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services |
at 5. Late services begin at 8:15.
Rabbi Tibor Stern will discuss: !
"Why am I an Orthodox Jew?" Sat-
urday morning services commence'
at 8:30. Sermon is scheduled as: '
"Prosperity and Religion." Cantor !
Maurice Mamches will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
liililr class conducted by Rabbi
Stern meets at 4 p.m.
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CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss: "Certain People of the
Book," by Maurice Samuel as the
third in a series of book reviews
honoring Jewish Book Month. Can-
dles will be blessed by Mrs. Sam
Brown and Mrs. Herbert Rose. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Weissel will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat. Satur-
day morning services are at 9:45.
Matthew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Bernstein, will become Bar Mitz-
vah.
Silberl Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
THELMA SILBERT
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Sunday. Novemhkk 27mi
11 am.
at the family plot in
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with
Rabbi S M Machtei
officiating
Mrs Silbert i> survived by her
husband. Meyer; a daughter.
Zelda Silbert: a .son. Jay, who is
a student at the University of
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Ben War-haw: and an aunt.
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It 11 110 VIIWIKIZ
Frid
y. No
Louis Lipsky's Midnight in Rochest
S York: Whirtiar Books. $5.
f T By HILARY MINOLIN
M. Z. FRANK, who has served as director of public relation- for
Haifa and as press officer for the Israel Ministry of agriculture, has put
together an anthology of literary fragments by Jews in Palestine and
Israel. By judicious and skillful editing, he has organized the book mi
that it presents, in rough chronology, the story of Israel from early in
the nineteenth century, nearly a hundred years before modern Zionism.
At that time the Jewish community in Safed consisted of some ten
thousand Sephardic mystics who had been there since the sixteenth
century, and a group of Ashkenazic hassidim Thus the first story in
tin- hook. "The Fettered Messiah" by Joshua Bar-Joseph, expresses the
pre-Zionist approach to the Return and Restorationtraditional, mystic.
other-worldly, looking for the key in the Cabbala rather than in the
soil.
These first settlers would have felt sorely out of place among the
urge of pioneers from Eastern Europe which swelled to become knownj
as the First Aliyah, for these were hardy and heroic colonists, who came|
to build rather than to pray, and their problems were not the profundi-j
ties of Cod's words but the perfidies of Arabs. Englishmen, malaria and
drought. Spokesman for the gallant past was Mothe Smilansky. who j
arrived in Palestine from the Ukraine n 1890. and continued his literary
output until his death in Rehovot in 1953.
Distinguished names are found among the contributors to this
development period preceding statehood David Ben-Gurioo'l "In Judea
and Galilee" is richly detailed and catches the heartache which attended I
\cry advance "The Story of the Jewish Legion," by Vladimir Jabotin-
fiky, ia followed by Shlomo Reichenstcin's "Genesis," a sensitive, quiet
Story of love and bitterness on a small collective farm There are a tew
excerpts from letters by Henrietta Szold

THE LATTER HALF of the book swings into the period from 1942
on including the War of Liberation, and some of the confusion and
difficulty of the present. Mr Frank's own piece. ( afe Kadimah." re-
\eal.s the "clas- consciousness between the proud sabra and the newer
arrivals, and between Western and Eastern Jew That Mr. Frank him-
sell is heir to some bigotry concerning the "Orientals" seems clear
from several of the selections, including Secharia Nissim's "A Yemenite
Boy in Israel," in which he describes his Westernization."
Mr. Frank's introduction notes that this is not a "literary anthol-
ogy." but simply a record of life Perhaps I ought not mention, then,
the quality of the writing. It occurs to me. however, that a report can-
not be much better than the words in which it is couched. I am there-
fore bothered by the fact that much of the writing in this book is ado)
Cscent and self-conscious.
One form which this takes is so rampant in Jewish writing as to be
nearly characteristic; I know of only one author who manages complete-
ly to escape it. in translation at least, and that is Peretz. It is a kind
of bathos, a going from the sublime to the ridiculous in one breath
and it appears often in the use of a cliche which is altogether too dig-
nified for the topic at hand I can think of one example offhand-"once
and for all sealed the destiny of the little hut." One does not talk seri-
ously of the destiny of a hut, somehow.
Pedantry, perhaps Or a fault of translation, or of the nature of
the original language itself. But in all the panoramic sweep of a land
at birth, where are its best chroniclers, those with thunder in their
words and flame for punctuation?
One night, about 50 years ago,
anyone sitting in the railroad sta-
tion in Rochester. NY, might
have witnessed a strange scene It
was along toward midnight. The
New York Express for Cleveland
stopped for a few minutes at
Rochester. A man got off the
train, looked around, spied a tall
young man standing by the track.
He approached the tall fellow as
if not sure who he was, then
spoke more confidently. They
stood and chatted for a few
moments, then the traveller
boarded the train again, and the
tall young man who had waited
at the tracks turned and went
into the city.
The man who got off the train
was Philip Cowen. publisher of
an Anglo-Jewish weekly in New
York. The tall young man was
Louis Lipsky
The American Jewish Congress
give a dinner last week at which
Lottil I.ipsky was presented with
the Stephen S. Wise prize wheh
the Congress awards annually.
The career of Louis Lipsky was
given some review at this occa-
sion. I don't suppose anyone re-
called the above ncident. but that
midnight conference in the Roch-
ester railway station really start-
ed Louis Lipsky on the track
along which he has been travel-
ling since.
Lipsky had written Cowen
about a job. Cowen was impress-
ed by Lipsky's letters, but didn't
want to make a final decision un-
til he had seen Lipsky. Since he
intended to make a trip to Cleve-
land. Cowen asked Lipsky to meet
him at the Rochester railroad sta-
tion and it was there that he gave
him the signal to "go ahead" to
New York
Lipsky has travelled far since
that time and made us all do a lit-
tie travelng with him, for that
matter.
Lipsky was a pioneer in help-
ing sell Zionism and a Jewish
way of life to American Jewry
He was a new type of leader in
Jewish life. He was American
born. He came not of the Ger-
man Jews, who dominated the
scene at the time. Lie low and
say nothing about being Jewish,
seemed to be their slogan. Israel
Zangwill once said that the trou-
ble about lying low and saying
nothing was that someone would
step on you then.
Lipsky helped raise the banner
of Zionism, but it was more than
that. He worked at translating
stories of Pert! and Shalom Tlei-
chem. showing the Jews that in
their Yiddish heritage there were
pearls.
Lipsky once told me that as a
boy he was very fond of Emer-
son and that he thought the age
of Emerson was the most mean-
ingful one in American history. It
was the time when Thoreau
preached civil disobedience and
went to jail rather than support
a government waging what he
thought was an unrighteous war
Isshqpl
fcl
against Mexico, It a,
great individualists.
Lipsky is one of l
ngly lonely phew*,
age when we are iD (
were, in the swirlun,
mass thinking.
RMNNA GROSSMAX
About Arab Exaggerate
It is curious and not a little
disturbing that present-day Arab
productivity seems to manifest it-
self largely in the rare creativity
and daring of the Arab propagan-
da machine. Here, particularly in
the past few weeks, the world
has been privileged to witness an
almost unrivalled, and from cer-
BILL WOLFE
35 Years for Nat Holman
MMLTO\ I ill I IBM X V
This is the year there should
be testimonials and congratula-
tions for Nat Holman. as it is his
35th year of basketball coaching.
Holman is in the midst of shap-
ing a court squad at the Collega
of the City of New York.
It would also seem more fit-
Bombs on Israel, Money in Red Poekets
"Every time a bomb falls on Israel a cash reuis.
ter may ring in Communist Otcboslovakia That is
What this reporter told a Communist diplomat at a
recent Washington diplomatic reception when he
;.sked for my opinion of "the wonderful new spirit of
Geneva."
Communist propaganda against Israel is increas-
ing as the Marxist merchants of death eater to their
n.-w clients, the feudalists Arab warlords The New
York "Daily Worker" published an attack on Israel
reminiscent of Gerald L. K. Smith and other extrem-
es of the American lunatic fringe. It accused Israel
of attacking Egypt and said the "policy of the Egvp-
11m government is an important contribution to
World peace." Israel was accused of acting as Amer-
ica s tool "to make Egypt another Guatemala "
Meyer Vilner. one of the few Israel Communists
wrote that even the Egyptian commando attacks on
peaceful Israeli citizens "do not change the bask
character of the present policy of the Egyptian
resistance to the formation of aggressive military
BORIS VIlOltK
alliances The Central Committee of the Israel Com-
munist Party accused Israel of acting as the Amer-
ican gendarme in putting pressure on Egypt to force
it to adhere to the anti-Soviet military pacts of the
I S Government "
Moscow radio meanwhile broadcast a Tass dis-
patch accusing Israel of provocative actions aimed at
her Arab neighbors -These actions by the Israelis."
the official broadcast said, "were undertaken to
suit those Western crcles which are trying to in-
lame feelings between Israel and the AraS state,
r.esronr,i Ln,erVene '" the 8ffairs of
.^WS-"^pretext of drtdi-
tionCo?"!r!r ProPaRanda did nnt S,P at iustifica-
hr?jlr /h'Pmen,s '" *** An Et Berlin
think f ,SJ"d "W rm,'d S,a,es is well-adviaed to
^ of armsC to ,U"y ^ SUPP'y,ng ra"or ua-
iws or arms to Israel, since it would in that
lose even the last remnants of fnendV
which the Arab peoples harbor for it "
ting if Holman were coaching a
team which was destined to move
ahead as one of the .top squads in
the country. But that is not the
case. Basketball has been consid-
erably deemphasized at City Col-
lege, and Holman is having a dif-
ficult time getting the right kind
of material and making the most
of a limited program.
However, those who have seen
him in action note that he ap-
pears to be very happy in his role
in the sense that his work is a
part of the big game of basket-
ball, and after all, Holman is Mr.
Basketball.
The tremendous developments
that have taken place during Hol-
man 's 33 years of coaching con-
stitute a stirring chronicle of the
sport. Fans of the game will re-
call the many, many highlights,
the big teams that have come
and gone, and some of the all-
tune stars whose fame will stand
for years to come.
tain points of view i
ageous, outpouring
and fiction. To those I
lived close to the scnei
War of Independ
strange ability of
to squander color adj
tion on press releasa i
lievable battlefront i
comes as less of a i
it must to the
of the West.
Where other
in warfare, found tl
to admit defeatwheth
regidor, at Dunquenjue]
at Dienbienphuthe
themselves forced art)
save face and tarboosh i
swoop There is no
a stark admission
A battle lost in i
formed through t
wishful thinking into I
won. This happened
over again during IMS
Lately, we have ill f
jected to just such 11
oriental bunkum. Thei
sational upsurge cane
battle of El Auja. Wr
Newspapermen,
scene of the battle.
answer to their que
unfortunately,
were not able to |
Israelis because.
be hard for an Amen
paperman to believe.
Israelis fought with
pling hooks .
belts and were able
mortally wounded con
with them.
case
feelings
Situation in Morocco Worse Than Ever
The situation in Morocco today is such that the
Jews there feel they have no future in the countrj
Aside from the numerous premeditated attacks on
Jewish business and homes which took place re-
cently in a number of towns, the economic situa-
tion of the Jews is also steadily deteriorating. The
Arabs in Morocco are moving in and displacing Jews
from trades and occupations in which they have pre-
dominated for centuries.
The same situation prevails in Tunisia where
Arabic became the official language of the country
recently. For generations, the official language was
evidence despite official oro-Jew^h VI c,r,y >
the, own" grows arnongX Ar^b"SuS"^^
a* disennunation becomes more widespre.d
NATHAN ZMPBIN
Herzl and His Vivid Woi
Herzl, like many of the Jewish
intellectuals of his dsy, was prim-
arily concerned with the life of
his generation and the impact of
the new culture that was sweep-
ing Europe at the half-mark of
the nineteenth century. He was
an alien to Jewish values and vir-
tually a complete stranger to the
stream of Jewish consciousness
and history. A sensitive young
man with an awareness of art as
a medium and symbol of expres-
sion, he hoped some day to be-
come one of the literary expon-
ents of his age. Certainly there
was nothing either in his educa-
tion, upbringing or social back-
ground to indicate future emer-
gence as one of the immortal fig-
ures along the Jewish path.
To understand the transforma-
tion which brought
the threshold of
ture to the sanctum <
and'survival through
newal one must
legend
There ha
manaswellashisge*
story' nd ,he
the fact. There
thora of writing J W
m an(I poliuca Mbu*
death more than*
ago. Lnfortunatfl)
there has been no
richness in Prtra
symbol of the
straying uhoseretu""
bosom U not only an
vidual redempt-on
tion of -n ***"
which they
knowingly **d to
lost


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ftegpR......j*
bSt^SP *'aixaci
BTlfr '
1 ;i.l-,BV, PUBLICATION
f."K.......I.AIll.
U Hi:i;i;i v NOTIFIED
ni'laini da- Divnrre,
hi,,"; ""i >'
Nflfti.. !' answar In
"I the Circuit
Ida, and a
llalnttrra
KRANTB.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, (stalling t" encag* in
buaineaa under the fl.-tlll.nl.> name "f
AL'K BAR. at 2140 N.W. .itith BL, In-
tend* to reglHter said naaie with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
AI.VIX i'I-INK. N.le Owner
KKSSLKR ft GARS
Attornaya fr A|i|>iuant
17S2 W. Flagler SL
U/11-lt-SS 12/J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVI N thai
. ','1" lerslgnad, desiring ... .,,,
BRA II ai ro RENTAL nl if. i?"
" Rd Miami Beach r, ,,,,.
to reglste. uld name i,llh he Clerk
? "' < IrcuU Court of Da.
la.
II lS.MM2R?ll/i,KLB,N '*
.- County,
On ii.-i i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
inderaajned, desiring to engace In
S:,s, '".V!*,"', J.1'': "ltlou name of
JOSEPH M i.i.kn. at 8810 N.W. 1st
m Miami, Intends .,, reflater said
name uith the Clark of the Clt
t ourt or Dade County, Florida
.1/4.11.. MU:,tl,|: COHE
r.-uit
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaigiied. desiring to ngace in
v",M,'.",;S,t,'""'"' "" rlltloUi name of
Nl Mlil-.lt ONE BARBER SHOP, at
l.i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, l-'inr-
Ida. intends to reglater said
with the Clerk of the Cln ult
..I i>aiii. County, Florida
,, fJEOROE KRAMER
II 18-IS || M
name
i '.nut
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneas under the fk-titious name of
JIFFY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at
2311 S.w. '.'7th St.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cult Court of Dade County, Horlda.
Bl DN K V i; RI: R M aTKI N
WILBUR A. HEINE
MORTON M HKIOKI.
Attoi n. \ foi Alipln ants
04 Blaoayne Bldg
1I/U-1S-2.". 12-2_________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siring to engage In |
buslneaa under the firtiiioUK name of
MACKOOL'S CLEANERS DYERS.
at 24il B.W. 17th A\.- Intends to
register said name with the Clan Of
th.- Circuit Court >< Dude County,
Florida.
LATFLOl.- MACK'"'I.
ROBERT M DEE11L
Attorney for Applicant
0i Siybold Jl.hr
ll/ll-IS-2.'. It I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring r engage In
business under the firtitimis name of
0OLDSTROM INVESTMENT CO.. at
ino B, hi I.id., Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to reglater said name
with the Clark of the Circuit Court
.! lade 'niintv. Florida
MELVIN col.I >STROM
ItlTH \V COLOSTROM
II I ll-ls-2'.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW -
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liiisin. .-.- under the fii-titious name of
THE TRAVEL SHOP, at 256 East
flagler St.. Miami. Florida. Intends
U regular said name with the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RALPH ROP.BINS
BEYER, WEISS, R08EN ft ROSE
Attorneys for Italpli Robbins
4Jti Lincoln Road. Miami lleaeh, Ha.
II t -11 -1K. _:,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lg HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nani.- of
SWEETWATRffl BAR at 7:.0 S.W.
I08th Avenue, Bweetwater, intends to
reglater said name with tii- Clerk of
the Circuit Curt of Dado County,
Florida.
RENATO i: KNOUSB
KESSLER ft OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
I78J W. Flagler Bt.
Ii 4-ll-ls-J'.
,. ".....
it....
the 2nd
" Voil fail to
.'ifi-SHo will be
this 1st day
rlERItAM,
' l:
1-1..;
of
ii:
C|.-ik
NCI
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<. engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
MIAMI DANCE CENTER, at ..... S.w
Xth Street, Miami, Intends to n
said name with the Clerk oft he Cir-
cuit Court of, l>ade Count>. florlda.
HARVKV l.l-K
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicant
60S Lincoln Ro.nl
11/4-11-18-25__________________'_
IN OOONTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 30122-A
RsK: ESTATE ol'
SAUL MIN8KOFF. neensed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
OISCHAROE
NOTICE Is bereb) given thai I haxe
tiled my final report and petition^ for
Final Discharge as Admlnl
the estate of HAIL NINHKOM d.
md tna..... "' -th da>
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
t!i. undersigned, desiring t" engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
K. C PACKAGE BTORE, at IX N.W.
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
I., reglater said Dame arlth the clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Ia CHARLES M. KOLLIN
MARK SILVER8TEIN. Atty.
4;'n Liu.-.'In Road, Miami Reach. Ha.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng t.. engage in
bUSlneaa under the fictitious ni,im*.?!
CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS, at lf>4t.l
Central Blvd. Miami, ini.-nds t" reg-
Istei said name arlth the Clerk.ot .tna
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HENRY NORTON
mi..in.-i foi Anpllcanl
Hi-. Blscaj ne Bldg,
l! l-ll-18-Ji _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v.-,-,.-,- ,NAME LAW
No i ii |. |S HEREBY OIVEN that
'^undersigned, desiring to engage In
A ,', \," ': iUi -N' Miami
rea,,- ,' 'i'""' l'l"n,la' "te"d to
, ,:L ,'' '.':"n" "'"' ,n-- (''''"< of
!';;-,.:r""1 **"** t^. c.m,v.
kr.-vv.rtim f M ,;t ti.i.i:iss. ntj,-
BLYMOI l: K. HERMAN
iYATt J liU""^' ""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M _, NAME LAW
NOl UK is HEREBY OIVEN thai
'" ng to engage In
RA'texMefw the flctfiloui
i,,s '," tV*OVii BTEAK
"<. FOCKTAIL LOUNOE, at
M Blvd N MUml, intend
rglster said name with the Clerk
Florid "" "f "'"''' '""">
HERBERT SCHNEIDER
Ifbsdi ,.,, ,||A,:'-':s ROBBNBERO
IP A OARS
Attorn, .,,, A.....|(
W Flagler B)
11 18-ZS ft
1N,.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
H.,DA'ilCOUNTY' FLORIDA. IN
MABEL LEE CAMPBELL, Plaintiff
\'s.
MACK CAMPBELL, Defendant
-,. 1?7'.?.E BY PUBLICATION
I": mack CAMPBELL
Residence Unknown
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Mill of Complaint for divorce
has ben filed against you. and you are
required to serve copy of your An-
swer thereto on Plaintiffs attorney,
PEN ESSEN, inn Seybnld Building,
Miami. Florida, and file the origin.-.'
Answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the
12th day of December. 19S8; otherwise
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will |,e taken as confessed
against you
Dated this 9th day of November.
1.",."..
E. R. I.EATHEKMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: WM. W. STOcKIM;
I 'eputy Clerk
REN ESSEN, Esquire
.Mi..in, \ inr Plaintiff
11/11-18-2:1 12/J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL INN. at 821 N.W. 62nd
Street, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ll'-iAR M. LARSON
EMMA A. LARSON
KESSLER OARS
Attorneys f... Applicants
I78J W. Hagler St.
ll/ll-l.S-2;. 12/2
f ICTlTIOUt
|J*lArw-riTWU1
IN ,.
age in
mine of
RANT, at
ia ;'; intends
if -
ml ...
MINSK.'FI 1I1 eased
This :'7tli da> .f '" .....
KM \NIKI. H MINSKOrr
MYERS, IIEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Estate
ll/4-l:____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ 1 N that
the uaderasgned. dealrlng t engage
Ul.lnes. under the rirtll '
I-El.Co. at 2701 "*' "''
I...end. to reglater said n...... "'',;
Clerk of the Circuit <""" "",lr
County. I
11/i-ii-ii-rj
NISSON a pi:arl
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
M5A IN CHANCERY. No. 114759
JOSEPH MAJEWSKI. Plaintiff,
rKNNIR MBJBWSKI. I 'ef.-ndant
^NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JENNIK C MAJEWSKI
{] parkaMe Lane
., ,.. Sea Jersey
,1 ARK HEREBY
;, Petition ''.1
Final Decn 1 "'
TO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 36055-A
In He: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known
aa WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS.
Dec-.1 s.-il
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. ol
either of you. may have against the
state of WILLIAM H. MORRIS, also
known as WILLIAM HERBERT
MORRIS, deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offtpes In th(>
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and present-.I
as aforesaid, or name will be barred.
Date November th, A.D. 195"..
EDNA J. LKIR.
As Executrix of the Last Will
mid Testament of
WILLIAM II. MORRIS,
also known as
WILLIAM HERBERT
morris. Deceased
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPI_*.N
Attorneys for Estate
11/U-18-15 12/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 184401
CLEMENS BCHETJER, Plaintiff.
HELEN E gCHBUKR, Defendant
TO: HELEN SCHEIKK
ieg.il .-.Ttii Ave.
Forest Hills, L.I. Nw York
You are required to serve a copy of
v,i111 answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit (ourt
on .11 before the 8th day of December,
\ 11 1)86; otherrise, the Bill or Com-
lilniit fur Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will he taken as confessed by
' Dated :it Miami, Florida, this the
"oiii day Oclol.cr. 19'..
E. B. LKATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Horida.
Bj M s. GREEN.
(Circuit Court Seal) Depot} clerk
MII.toN A. FRIEDMAN, Atty.
s,-\ bold Building
11 I-11-18.JS
Page 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY Q.VBN that
II,. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
SILVER Minis, at |650 N.W. 27tli
Avenue. Miami, Dad County, Fla
ntend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Cquat of Uad
County, Florida. F^
DAVID SILVER
v '/.KI.ilA SI4-VKR
M1EUS. HKLVIA.N ft KA11_AaN
Attorneys for Applicants
'. 0 Seybold Bldg.
11/4-11-18-tS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undi i signed, desiring n
"ii r the fictitious name ..r
A< i. DISCOUNT CO., at 851 \v Flag-
Sl t, Miami, i-'i;.., Intends to
ild name with the Clerk of
Hi... circuit Court of Dad.. County,
da.
LOUIS RA8TON, Role Owner
MYERS', HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attoi i
Seybold Hnlg.
II 1&-Z5 12/2-i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the mil. rsigned, d.-siiing to engage ill
business under the fictitious name ..r
YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE, at 8148
Northeast 124th Street. North .Miami,
Florida, intends to reglst. i said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
>.f Dade County, Florida
JOHN TOLOMEO, Sole Owner
VON ZAMFT AND KRAVITZ
leys foi John Toiniii.il
1512 Security P.ull.llng
11/11-18-2.1 12/2
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**/ GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (JTA)The President of Turkey. Gelal Bayar. deliv-
ered a violent attaek on the anti-minority riots in this country several
months ago, in an address opening the winter session of the Turkish
Parliament. Millions of dollars worth of property owned by Jews was
sacked and destroyed as mobs, originally protesting the Greek demands
lor union with the island of Cyprus, turned their wralh on shops owned
by all minority groups and some Turks In his address. President Bavar
.stressed that the Turkish constitution guaranteed equal rights and lull
security to all citizens, regardless of race, religion or language.
a wave of pogroms on Jews following assassination in Paris of a Ger-
man diplomat by a Jewish youth. Addressing the formative session of
the new group. Professor Kurt Schubert appealed to the people of
Austria to replace hatred and discrimination with mutual understand-
ing, w
JTridc
T,emPle Emanu.Pi7
W1" hold the! M
Trot'.onSud%*]
Temple Israel Will Be Site of Ladies' Affair on
TUNIS (JTA)About 1.000 Tunisian Jews are leaving each week
for Israel in this late fall period in an attempt to get the largest num-
ber of North African Jews into Israel before the stormy winter MSI OH
the Mediterranean shut clown immigrant transportation for several
months. The Immigrant are taken first tn Marseilles and then put
aboard ships for Haifa. More than KM) Jews rendered homeless in the
collapse oi I building m the Ilara quarter <>l Tunis last week are still
receiving temporary shelter in synagogues ami public buildings. The
Jewish community and Jewish members of the clt) council have pro-
tested the failure of the municipalty to render assistance to these
people who are too poor to pay rent for accommodations elsewhere.
ON WE AMERICAN SCENE
DETROIT (JTA)Officials of Station W.JR here have assured the
Jewish Community Council that the Jewish community Ol this city will
be granted equal time to answer an address DJ Mohamed Fadhil al
Jamlin chief of the IN Iraqi delegation in which he charged that
the "Jewish vote" had influenced all American administrations on the
question of the Middle East. The Iraqi diplomat's address, in which
he also attacked "Zionist imperialists, was originally delivered before
flu Economic Hub here, and was later broadcast by WJH.
SAN FRANCISCO .WNSi A statement lashing the American (mm
oil for Judaism lor S Statement which could be "SUbJed to the interpre-
tation that it imputes a divided loyalty to some American Jews'' was
issued here b) the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Coun-
cil. The Jewish Communlt) statement said "we feel strongly thai the
imputing a disloyalty to this country to those who support wholeheart-
edly the state ol Israel, is Inexcusable and without Justification."
NEW YORK \\\s The Aral) league Information Center in New
York has been granted special fund of ssoo.ooo to expand its propa-
ganda activities against Israel ami American Zionism, It was revealed
lure by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nal B'rith The (enter was
en a budget Oi 1400,000, thus making combined total of $700,000
alotted to it lor the coming year's operations.
OTTAWA (JTA)The Canadian (.overnment has invited Israel
Foreign Minister Moche Sharetl to confer with Lester B Pearson. Min-
ister for External Affairs, ben on Dec 1 Mr Sharett. who is cur-
rently in the tinted States on behalf of the Israel bond and United
Jewish Appeal campaigns, Will be a guest of honor at a bond dinner in
Montreal Nov 30.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA'- Premier David Ben Gurion received Maj Gen
F L M Burns, United Nation- truce chief, in a 45-minute session dur-
ing which the Premier reiterated Israel's determination to defend
its.lf from any and all attacks but at the same tune offering the hand
Of peace to all state
TEL AVIV (WNSi The W'ei/mann Institute of Science hoard of
rums this week adopted budget of $3.85o.ooo pounds for ti.
8-91 Dewej D Stone, noted American Jewish leader, and chairman
ol the board, was honored t,,r his contributions to the cause ol Israel
at a dinner tendered by the Wci/mann Institute of Science.
JERUSALEM iWN's Three persons were killed and crops suf-
fered heavy damages from floods can-,.I bj torrential rains which hit
the country this'week. Bridges and road- were swept BWU t the
rising waters of the Yarkon River.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
ROME (JTAV-A cautious warning against Catholic Church inter-
ference in Italan public schools was sounded hen- bj Minister of Fdu
cation Dr. Paolo Rossi during a debate on education in the Italian Sen
nate. Religious minorities in Italy had frequent I v complained of such
interference, which they term a violation of the Italian Constitution.
u ,V ,R0NA (JTA)Special commemorative ceremonies in honor of
the Italian Jewish resistance heroine. Rita Rosam. have been held here
under the auspices of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities HiKh
light of the ceremonies was the decision taken to name a street in the
center of this city for her, A fighter in a partisan brigade she was
killed in action againt Nazi Fascist forces in the hills near here on
Sept. 17, 1944.
BERLIN (MTA>-Dr. Ludwig Eberlein has left his post fls editor-
in-chief of "Radio Free Berlin" after a year of political haggling that
followed the revelation that he had written a bitterly anti Semitic
review of the "Jew Suess" film 15 years ago. When his'authorship of
the review became known, the Berlin Jewish community demanded
that he be removed from his key position.
BONN (JTAV-Long awaited improvements in the German Federal
Indemnification Law for individual victims of Nazism are once again
threatened bythe latest action of the Upper House of the West Ger
man Parliament. The Federal Council, reviewing draft amendments to
the law, has rejected an amendment which would have extended
benefits of the law to victimsmany Jewswho were formerly resi
dents of territory now incorporated within East Germany. The major
Teason for the rejection was the amendment would have saddled the
individual German states with half the indemnification burden.
VIENNA (WNS)Formation of an organization called "Action
Against Anti-Semitism in Austria" was announced here by a group of
Jews and non-Jews on the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the in-
famous "Crystal Night" of Nov. 0 to 10, 1938, when the Nazis let loose
Members and friends of Sister
hood of Temple Israel are making
reservations for the luncheon and
card party to be held in the Temple
auditorium. Monday afternoon.
card
the monthly luncheon and
party
Their committee consists of Mrs
Roslyn Gillman. Mrs. Sarah Gold-
hoff. Mrs. Esther Goulden, Mrs.
Mrs Naoaia Lerinson and Mrs. Miriam Hirschfield, Mrs. Faye
Monday
Nat Wolfson are co-chairmen of Marguli u, """
Sun Vp':*1"^
Wins, Mrs b
(llth Ruffoer
*"< Nevins. Mrs^.
Mrs Edith Rf,...
Smilow.
Mrs. Lee Meyer he*
hostesses receiv,,
and guests,
V|ng the
bride-to-be
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