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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 29-Number48 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 2, l"955~ Price 20* m Outlines Arab Refugee Hoax In Sharp United Nations [FORTU NATE VICTIM or HIS OWN PROPAGANDA kissing' Author Found in Soviet Slave Labor Camp mk (JTA) — Ezekiel Dobrushin. noted Author Wd literary critic, who is 70 years I ho "disappeared" several years ago from (together with other prominent Jewish writ[cultural leaders, is being held in the Soviet [Abes, in the Arctic Circle, it was reported nna newspaper Wednesday. t comes from Dr. Raphael Spann. of .who returned a few weeks ago from Abes. (discovered Dobrushin in the camp hospital w from a heart ailment and from an advanced [tubercul'-Iof the bone. Writing in "Die ifresse" of Vienna, Dr. Spann relad evening, after the physicians and BUT— [awvement in the hospital barracks slowed 70-year-old man had been telling us his story. He spoke in Russian. He never learned German. "I didn't want to spoil my Yiddish." he said. And then, we heard, sometimes with amazement, sometimes with indignation, the detailed reports oi the scholarly Dobrushin about the systematic pi cutions of Jews in the Soviet Union '"The first example is Dobrushin himself. For decades he was an enthusiastic Communist. He was, with Ilya Ehrenberg, among the leaders of the Jewish anti-fascist Communists who sought to win the Jews autside of the USSR for the cause of C'ommunDebate With Shukairy UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—After nearly two weeks of abuse by Arab delegates debating the Arab refugee problem in the General Assembly's special political committee. Abba Eban, chairman of the Israel delegation to the United Nations, delivered an address to the committee here replying to most of the Arab charges. Speaking for over an hour, Mr. Eban challenged the Arab states on their claims that repatriation of the refugees is the only solution. "Why do they not accept integration? Why do they not permit the free movement of the refugees within their own areas?" he asked. He pointed out that the Arab "host" governments are constantly obstructing rehabilitation and reintegration of the refugees. He reminded the committee that altogether, including the various United Nations agencies that have participated in the work, more than $200 million has been damned "the s P (, nt m an effort to alleviate the lot of the refugees, "yet now their KliVS FLASHES AT PRESS TIME MM 1 HI NEAR EAST ism. In a vitriolic article he once American hate-mongermg journalists" and their renumber is greater than ever." ports about anti-Jewish persecutions in Russia. A Israel, he declared, has shown what can be done, having fully few days after the article was published he was reintegrated "within its limited capacity" a total of 45.800 refugees. seized by agents ot the NKVD because he was B Jew." h*aq, Mr. Eban continued, has absorbed only 5,000 refugees, while at .the same time, 12,000 Iraqi Jews found integration in Israel. He cited this fact to illustrate a contention he made repeatedly that the "Arab governments do possess the capacity for integration" but instead have constantly obstructed all efforts in that direction. Mr. Eban "earnestly invited" all members of the United Nations to visit Israel and see for themselves whether the Arabs living in Israel do live in freedom and dignity. $ J IS (JTA) -About 1,000 Tunisian Jews are leaving each week | I in this late fall period in an attempt to get the largest num{ I North African Jews into Israel before the stormy winter seas' mediterranean shut down immigrant transportation tor sevenrH The immigrants are taken first to Marseilles and then put, I ships for Haifa. TANBUL (JTA—In a move aimed at gaining Jordan adherence, Mem-sponsored Bagdad Pact. Turkish President Celal Bayar, I military support to Jordan if it is attacked Inspecting Arab s alonj the I-rael-Jordan border, the Turkish President "Don't be surprised to see the Turkish Army and the Arab flighting side by side against the aggressor if Jordan iattacked." circli here see this as both a move to gain Jordan adberf pact an a warning to Israel. UHMOPl'S CAPITALS HENNA iV, \\u-trian merchants desiring to make business MHbcountru were advised this week by the Federal ChamCommerce to carry baptismal certificates with them The ^olcon directive noted that the Arab countries were [trade not onlj with Jews but with firms that are •even under of beiii Jewish-owned. Abba (ban raps foe Syrian delegate Ahmed Shukairy, who followed the Israel diplomat, repeated the usual anti-Israel allegations and spelled out in detail the fact that the Arabs want nearly all of Israel to be opened for "repatriation." He named specifically the following areas: "Northern Palestine," obviously meaning all og Galilee, "the center, west of the armistice line," and all of the Negev. Earlier in the week, after ten days of vicious badgering by the Arab delegations in the debates on the Arab refugee problem, leavened only once when a tolerant position was taken by the United States, Israel heard some friendly words from the representative of the Netherlands. SPUD UP MIS 'JTA Pierre Mendes-France, former Premier. **eri mitic heckling at an election of hi wathe Radical party in the Paris suburb of St. Denis. The hecklerwen undred I :'-. members of the anti-tax movement sparked faijade, who lias added anti-Semitism to his political stock The newspaper Le Monde hit the anti-Semitic attackon M. France. Anti-Jewish Bias Remains Widespread, Report Says MlIN JT\ ||,o first Jewish cemetery in the Western sectors %  d ivided cm was dedicated here by the Chief Rabbi of Hesse, lUchtigfeld The new burial site was purchased from the Ber%  wpality It \s located off Heerstrasse. in the Charlottenburg Some 5(i provisionally buried in non-Jewish municipal ccme"nng ibi w vears are t0 ^ re buried here. PUUWCAIK SCENE WGTON WNSi-Major George Fielding Eliot, a leading Pert. called this week for armed U.S. action in the Middle l Prevent the Soviet bloc from establishing a Red military base r"* Egypt" Writing in "Army Times." a non-official U.5. Publication which frequently reflects official opinion oi leadPMry c,rcl, Major Eliot stressed that he made the suggestion 7,; akl I but because "this la the time for the W< I 1 1 ln full command of iho situation, to stand up and Hot lor I* on the future." NEW YORK—(JTA)—Employ* men! discrimination against American Jewtoday continueto be "widespread," and there exists "sufficient evidence of discrimination against Jews to prevent undue optimism concerning prompt elimination oi that evil." according to I new study issued here by the American Jewish Con The study i summary and anali the published evidence in the field, prepared tor the World Jewish Congress for submission to the International Labor Office. On the basis of available data, -American Jews still face band* in obtaining employment. handicaps that are not faced by non-Jews," the AJC report disCloses. "Jews are largely excluded from many of the basic industry-, such as commercial banking, automobile manufactur-hipping and transportation, agriculture and mining. They tend, as a result, to be concentrated in speculative industries, retail trade and the professions." The report points out that most Americans are gainfully employed "The fact of full employment and relative prosperity at this time operates to obscure .the ef-, fects of anti-Semitic discriminathe report declare-. tion, Soviets to End Arms Delivery Within Month WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Soviet bloc is speeding up its arms shipments to Egypt in an attempt to complete delivery by the end of this year, according to reports reaching here Wednesday. It is understood that among the arms already in Egypt are MIG 15 jet fighters, tanks, artillery and small arms. It is believed that small coastal submarines are included in the order, although there is. as yet. no indication that they have been delivered. The Washington bureau of Newsweek magazine reports that the Israel request for arms is receiving "serious attention" in the respective government offices and "may eventually be granted." However, the report adds that "no definite move is expected until after the Christmas holiday." The same report reveals that a proposal that the U. S. give Israel a security guarantee and at the same time announce adherence to the Baghdad Pact—which includes Britain, Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Pakistan—is also under consideration, but is meeting with strong objections on the part of some Washington officials. Interest in the Israel-Arab situation was expressed here by Italian Ambassador Manlio Brosio who met with George V. Allen capPARTY urn* sAyjjoimnwnm^PJism^ blue eyes, and not on the ground ot this treaty '"in hard orinciDle that self preservation is the Iirsi YORK (JTA.-Yur.ka Mann. Israel, art dealer who W *£ f Paintings with a phony $630 check given nei Seeks Ban on Shechita in German City *'" I paintings with a phony %  'Paul Nelson" of Kansas City, got her paintu %  quick work by New York police-but her dftinguisbed found i" a has bcci saw?" '• s,,l > t targe. The paintings were ?Z A Z "" v"; 1 ** 1 P icked up by l K2X J, SL J, E 2 r*" r ed the paintings, was cleared Miss back. ohibit .ntroduce man H Koshche. jf**^ Mann of the asdSprtw whether she would continue to accept check-. M> \\ hen I > oral "oU ^ announccd Rathat this was a problem and added that up to no* at ( on)l|M (1 (l ,„a.c in the ( "> *. Hc thcn T^ had been guided by the philosophy that people were wouU1 rc slinm „ „ in *r. ten *"" %  **d.d haxe one unequivocal comment on the present situ ^ mecting atte nded by several York police are the greatest" PTA1 Mthouih there has dred Bamberg citizens and. in an emotional harangue, %  appealed for a ban on shechita. In a letter to the local Catholic daily "Bamberger Volksblatt," the Christian Social Union chairman in the Council. Dr. Jonas Mehling points out that Kosche was not concerned with preventing cruelty to animals, but with "flaunting the anti-Semitic and Nazi banner," and with demonstrating that "we Nazis are still around." Dr. Mehling recalls that Kosche some time ago described Nazi Grand Admiral Doenitz, who is in Spandau jail serving a sentence for war crimes, as "Germany's legitimate President. he three-man delegation German Reich Party. turned down after a



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Page 2 A +JS3d£t ffrrjktiaii_ Regional Zionist Dinner Adds Neumann, Goodman to Roster Ot Speakers at Dec. 11 Fete Here Abraham Goodman Thurmans to Host Ladies' Discussion Group Monday National Council of Jewish Worries) will hold its second di-.ciiv-.Kin {Coup meet in JJ on Monday evening. Her 5 at the home of Mr. and MrHarold Thurman. 3801 Riviera dr. i 'oral (Jables Guest for the evening, Mrs Irwin Weinstein, will review and diacuss "Inside Africa.' by John Gunther, Chairmen are Meyer Baskin and Mrs Elry Stone Greater Miami area will be one of 18 metropolitan centers tlirmi: h out the United States sponsoring dinner mectinfa stressing PMS> m the Middle East through a United Stales-Israel JBtUfitf pact nuaran\r.iii i-raei frontieri pr Morris Goodman, honor ar y chairman of the Southeastern region dinner of the Zionist Organization Of America, announced that ii s meeting will be held at the Pontainebleau hotel Sunday Dec 11. At a meeting ol the dinner com mittee this week at 250A headquar ten at 1370 Washington ave. it was announced that m addition to t 8 Senator Wiley, two other prominent speakers have hern ad iled to the program for the Dec 11 affair They are Dr. Kmanuel Neumann, who helped present the Jewish case to the I'nited Nations at the time of the establishment of Israel, and Abraham Goodman, of New York City, who has founded many Zionist groups throughout the country Miami Beach Zionist District, which is the district of the affair, headed by Herbert R. Linick. re-,' ported that this will be the largest Zionist affair ever held in South-' eastern Tinted States. A. Arthur i Pekelner, president of the Miami Zionist District, and Max Friedson. president of the Coral Gables District, also promised to bring delegations to this affair. Dr. [mantel Neumann Chcmuka Institute In Preparation At Emanu-EI Annual Ghanuka Preparation Institute held at Temple Emanu-EI will be sponsored this year by the PTA. according to Mrs Raphael Yunes. president. The institute is scheduled for Tuesday. Dec. 6. to begin at 10 a.m. in the Temple patio. The workshop planned primarily for parents will include a complete orientation on the forthcoming festival of Chanuka. "This will be a working session." said Mrs. James Cohen, chairman of the event, "where parents will make their own Chanuka decorations for their homes This workshop will be especially geared for the needs of the parents who will s 0rve as hoatMMI [Off I s( ncs of Chanuka parties in thehome sponsored by the PTA and re ligfous school More than 20 p.u bjfljM on the afternoon oi Sunday, Dee. II, for the children from the second through the sixth grade \ 'all member will con ihe program and a hostess Will serve refreshmentMrs Hen Klempner is chairman of this pronet. Chanuka, the pessf ol Light, will Dan Ruskin, chairman of the building campaign for the new Mount Sinai Hospital, explains some of the architectural features of the ultra modern structure to Sam A. Goldstein, hospital trustee and member of the Development Fund's executive committee. The huge mural showing the front view of the proposed hospital is on display in the show window of the Development Fund's new office, which was officially opened last week at 41st st. and Alton rd. 8ESI0E YOUR5IIF... tftHia ftt probUm? World 1 largest fast •MSSSCTIOM l/NCf^n0l "in 1m CltuMtd Mrtcttn far •rUs Met fcamt Ysa'' Mamb.r of B no I B'r Ml J S. 9. Freodman and M. Rephun HEBREW BOOK STOIE 417 Woshinitw Avt., Miami Beach Bttwttn fourth and filth Sis. HEBREW RELIGIOUS StimiES Mff S r no,, u „ and Private U. 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Decent I 2. 1955 Testimonial "Mendel Fisher [Sunday Evening nh N ,tional Fund Council ger'Miami will >Pf"-a *£i dinner in honor of MMJPf Kher. national executive '.{ JNF on Sunday eve*JL 4 at the Pi I-ido hotel. fr Broad, president of the announced. M whose 20 years of scrv[Tthe Jewish National Fund lb. celebrated at the dinner, kVeucst speaker and will wve 'Jind account of the growth acvuies of JNF in Israel. .^aiding to Fisher's address y Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, a) leader of North Shore %  Center and member of the i executive board Rabbi Leon mil open the festivities a invocation, and Rabbi L RoenberK vull close the w ,th a benediction. ing Jewish dignitaries of • Miami will participate in : the first JNF dinner ever Jit South Florida Broad, prcsI of the Mercantile National I and pa>t president of the Beach Zionist District, is i together with Ioon J. Ell, .in of the JNF executive [aco-chairmen ol this funcnbborato program of enter(t. featuring nationally fajfolk singer Si lor Belarsky in \t\ (if Yiddish and Israeli ;till be presented. +JeUtinnri f fo fr Leon J. Ell and Shepard Broad, co-chairmen of the Mendel Fisher testimonial dinner, make final arrangements for the first JNF dinner ever held in South Florida at the Di Lido hotel on Sunday, Dec. 4. MMM N. Fisher Forum Scheduled At Temple Sinai For the third consecutive year, Temple Sinai of Hollywood is pre senting its monthly educational forum. This is u series oi lectures by prominent scholars and -peak ers. Central theme of tin-cneis '-.\ study ol Judaism and Jewish I.ivii On Monday evening, Dec 3 lU' .lo-t-ph J. Hurwitz, men i the inivcrsit, oi Miami faculty, will k cm Mi hamn d Jew Mr .!( MJ ".n ichairman of the the IVI.I. : Institute Ri bbi David Shi "spiritual will act as model Future ipe 11 n this will Include Dr B< rthold l Profs sor ol Ru >.. i .ji> oi Miami R bi Yi Ko>tnl)ci4. ol Beth I nation; Kabin Irving I hrmi Temple Emanu-EI Proceeds from Card Parry For Beth Israel fund MrAdolph Kratish. chairman of a curd party committee, announcethe forthcoming social : t ol the Beth Israel Sisterhood. The parly will be held at the Rita Plaza hotel on Tuesday, Pec. 6. Ail proceeds will go toward the building fund for the new Beth I Hebrew school Book Exhibits Now on Display Annual exhibit of Jewish books celebrating Jewish Book Month is now o„ deploy at the Miami Beach public library and will continue through Dec. 23. The exhibit, under the auspices of the Jewish Book Month committee of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is in five sections under the general theme of "Jewish Living through Jewish Reading" and includes the newest publications under the subject matter of Bible, Hebrew, Juvenile. Israel and Fiction. A similar exhibit is closing this week at the Coral Gables public library, while the Book Month exhibit at Bayfront library will remain for two additional weeks. The exhibits are under the general direction of Mrs. Joseph Puntov, chairman of the Bureau's Central Jewish Libray. the source of the books on exhibit. All the exhibits are open to the general public. Writers Club to Feature Authors in Readings Writers club will meet SatUl evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Program will feature Stella Kamp in a pie-publication reading of her story, "Abe Lincoln ami the Israelite." Also featured will be Albert Newman in a discussion of "Criticism of Modern Literature." Paula Warsaw will read an essay on contemporary art. Harry Kershew is chairman of the event. 'Young Marrieds' to Open Season With 'Doghatch' Young Marrieds" of Beth David Synagogue will open the fall season with a "doghatch" on Dec. 18 at the Colony restaurant. Entertainment will feature Hapjpy Arnold. In charge of arrangements are Ada Rappaport, Roz Gould and Sousie Kaplan. Committee members are Bobbie and Gene Heiman. Ada and Oscar I Rappaport, Sousie and Al Kaplan. jRoz and Cal Gould and Sandy and I Gerry Sunday. Beth David Casting tor Show : will cast nnual >h I -day everium. iLouis I > For the 3rd Successful Season— > LMHY lilt I. j l His Accordion & Orchestra MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT % > TO MAKE YOUR AFFAIRS OUTSTANDING Before Noon—HI 8-1279 After 1 p.m.—Call MO 7-7373 earn |J0 EXTRA dividend days! 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Page 4 A +Jen 1st) ncrkHan wJenisti Meridian Published svary Friday sines 1927 by tha Jawlah Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Strest, Miami II. Florida. Entered at second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Pott Office of Miami. Fla„ under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridlan hai absorbed tha Jewish Unity • nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Amer. lean Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141 — 2-8212 The Jewl*h Plorlillan does not auarnntea the Kaah.. ... %  %  ..._ % %  _...I I— !* %  nnlumnf The Jewlnh JlorMian does noi iiraramrr m rnlh of the nierrhandiiw a<1vrtle ,| In Its columns. %  SCP.PTION P.ATBI •3.00 Two Yaare S U One Year Volume 29 Friday. December 2, 1955 Kislev 17, 5716 Number 48 Russia Remains 'Consistent' a The history of the Soviet Union in the eyes of the West has been one disillusionment after another. This is particularly true of Western Jewry which for a brief few years after 1917 hoped that anti-Semitism and pogroms there might finally be eradicated. In our own time, the Slansky trial, the infamous "doctors' plot." the Iron Curtain campaign against Zionism and the decimation of the Russian Jewish community as a "cosmopolitan threat" have all served convincingly to destroy even that flickering hope of humanitarianism in Soviet life. Harry Schwartz, correspondent in Russia for The New York Times, last week returned from his post to report that "Judaism presents a dark picture in the Soviet Union, with unhappiness and fear persisting among many Soviet Jews" despite the recent considerable easing of Soviet policy toward Yiddish culture. Mr. Schwartz said that Russian Jewish community leaders paint a picture of Jewish life as completely free for all who wish to worship or to identify themselves with Jewish culture and tradition. But the gimmick is simple. Added Mr. Schwartz: "There seemed to be an element of fear lest they draw a dark picture." All of which sums up our initial thesis and lends credence to the report by Dr. Wilhelm Starlinger, German physician released from a Soviet forced labor camp in 1954. In an interview in the Nov. 4 issue of U.S. News and World Report, Dr. Starlinger reveals that during the rupture of relations with Israel, and well before the trial of the Jewish doctors, an antiSemitic wave swept through the entire Soviet Union and was assiduously encouraged from the top. But, remarks Dr. Starlinger: "A few years previous, an ordinary citizen would have been arrested and punished for that." Russia thus continues to remain consistent, at least, in its inconsistencies. Western leaders at the last two Geneva conferences will certainly vouch for that. Durina The Week... A %  y LIO MINDLIN 8 I S e no 'iRfB noted Democrat 7Z7 1 ?*" hc "id L> STILL NO ANSWER Temple Emanu-El's mortgage burnino .„ "^""^"v* the Fontainebleau hotel was a study in SiSS*?' Sun leader was the principal speaker. A noted 15.0B Col. Jacob Arvey spoke for a mere handfi to be known as a Democrat with a small iJ immediate reference to the unsteady times ol lf.Vi ol W ago when ••McCarthyism"-which he mentioned E ,J!V *J U than by word-struck deep concern in the he % %  • T ul inu Americans. "During a period when men ,.,. h,',', lfre *' 1 for blood, wrecking homes." he said "when '" mobsl indict and accusation sufficient for judgment j!32 out against the mob." J u SobefoU It, BMOMd to me there could be no more lender wa. i a political figure. Col. Arvey apparently dem, h ?/ft| for a Republican leader and a Jew who i. ,l!, h l <| and who cried out against the organic hhu j to individual thought even as the Republican .., H si lent -embarrassed by its own enfant terrible wn ,„ re could find no means of disavowing. '" H Judge Sobeloff took the rostrum. I had pre' lousb in* J would discuss political matters, and be Mid he %  ,i ( j no ? of his speech did not deviate from his intent,,,,,. The Solicit r of the United States is a distinguished persoi d .JJ* esting background material surrounding him. Undoubted!? 3 very reason, he avoided party politics gentl) la aside the"*. foundation stone Col. Arvey had built for him. Most interesting at the moment is the fad thai Sobeloiflu nominated by President Eisenhower as Judge ol the Fmm,i Court of Appeals. The nomination was submitted to the t a t rJ | for action, but nothing had come of it by adjournment time Oh j since interpreted Congressional failure to rapport the Vlminist i nomination as a deliberate rebuff against the KsenhowerdS two weeks ago. in a major address in Wash \T t0 rney I Herbert Brownell. Jr., again threw top Republican strength Judge Sobeloff. What will happen remain-, ayet to be\w BrowneUVs bid came it a B'nai Brith dinner—, oundl yet hardly a politically significant affair. Eden's Sham Proposal IGNORANCE OF TRADITION DEVELOPS SOCIAL MALADJUS Judge Sobeloff chose as his theme the value ol Jewish tra< the American Jewish community. He commenced with the an We hope our State Department has seen that this nation nurtures the concept of religious freedom We a land, he said, where synagogues and temp side b] i through the sham of Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden's desire to be "mediator" in the Israel-Arab dispute. Certainly, everyone else has. Without fear of prejudice, we would like to say that, if nothing else, British "fair-play" should force Sir Anthony to disqualify himself. The record shows that he has consistently aligned himself with Arab League policy. As a matter of fact, history shows that Sir Anthony was largely responsible for the creation of the Arab League. Time was when Sir Anthony believed an Arab League might result in tighter British control of the Near East. Well, Sir Anthony has been proved wrong there. Only three things unite the Arabs today: their hatred of Israel, their hatred of the British and their hatred of the French. Of these three. Sir Anthony only reckoned on and hoped for Arab animosity toward the French. With this kind of dealing and planning for the Near East as an integral part of Sir AnEducation for Miami's Adults Shortly before the High Holy Day season, the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association launched a campaian here to urge unaffiliated families to join the temple, synagogue or center of their choosing. It is gratifyinq to note that the campaign has since succeeded in enlisting upward of 1.200 Greater Miami families that were previously unaffiliated. The strength of the American Jewish community lies in its Jewish identification—in its desire to participate both spiritually and culturally in the ancient Hebrew tradition. The new membership of these 1,200 families thus goes a long way toward uniting Miami Jewry behind the concepts implicit in Jewish living as they are found in our Houses of Worship. It is. however, equally gratifying to note that the Rabbinical Association does not cease its activity in this regard with its recently concluded affiliation campaign. The association's adult education committee is now announcing a series of courses at synagogues and centers throughout the area. The following is a partial list: Hebrew, Bible and customs at Beth David; Mishna, laws, customs and Ein Yaakov at Beth Tfilah: Hebrew, Yiddish and customs at Coral Gables Center; Mishna at Miami Hebrew School; Hebrew and "'* a11 mankind Jewish history at Monticello Park; parents workw ?.y e of ,he ma )r diseases la tuberculosis shop, discussion groups, Hebrew and Bible at Whl,e tremendous inroads have been mnHo in Temple Beth Sholom. m—~i -. — — a, B — ai>->a>ai ....* %  iwv .1 -,m Catholic and Protestant churches and where n convietki fettered by government. "The diversity of our faiths, lie nidi strength of this republic." Tracing the course of the growth of the American Jewish nity, Judge Sobeloff suggested that early Jews here concent^ those aspects of education and cultural expression which ha denied them as inhabitants of European nations. But the shuntin, of Jewish tradition in favor of secular experimentation, he id short-lived because American Jewry recognized that existence bi| by religious ignorance goes adrift—that such existence can noj the disintegrating forces constantly besetting a minority group. According to Judge Sobeloff, the effect ol religious ignor vast. Jews not educated in their tradition, he observed, come. upon themselves as discriminated against without moral compel At the same time, they are incapable of identifying with the i precisely because they are Jews—even if in name only. It trating," he said, "to suffer for a cause one doenot understa For Judge Sobeloff, the end of religious ignorance can only! development of spiritual illness—of lite beset by fear, of rer and isolation from the majority and of the growing helief that J and Americanism are at odds. "It is folly to think." he said, 'tl has to repress Judaism in order to manifest Am, inanism." Su tudes, he indicated, do not attract the respect ol one's fellow citl In line with the theme of the evening—the liberation of ij from financial burden for the purpose of achieving even nobler sj hv remarkii -... i .,, ^uoi us UII liueijiui poll Ol OUT /\n*'" %  imnmiai "in mil IUI IIIC |>UIJX>SC ui scoKvuig • <" %  "• %  %  thony's record and with his unquestioned fail-1 amD t on — Jua 8 e Sobeloff summed up his position by remarki ures there, it would be the heiqht of folly for the' Templc Emanu-El s to fulfill its role in the community aan ment of wide instruction for young and old it must foster coo" with non-Jews hased on mutual self-respect. This is tetter occasional good will meeting." JUDAISM WILL SURVIVE WITHOUT ANY DISCRIMINATI The U.S. to accede to the Prime Minister's desire to assume the role of mediator. If Sir Anthony wants to recoup British prestige among the Arabs, let him not attempt to do so at the expense of Israel. Our government I has had bad enough luck with one of its own, logical overtoni, bright boys—Henry Byroade—and we hope non-Jew. alike. William James long ago discussed the ef the State Department won't want to gamble on' human personality of the divided self—of the individual o further failure in the Near East with Sir Anb *' ,wt on ^lief and l a <* of belief. In "Varieties l i K i cllgl ^ B ri thony. ence." James demonstrated the aberrant formol therefrom. Nonetheless, as I see it. Judge Sobeloff seemed to be putlj cart before the horse If a Jew gathers strength from a knowledge of the intricacies of his tradition and can ,he f* fc burden of discrimination directed against him •<%  ernber^ %  f It] group; if a Jew does not need the psychic rt ird JM their cooperative effort to stamp out numerous >" h ; ma J""t>' *! rejects him because he reprj diseases which afflicted and contin, o Vri i w ,,h n,> ***•* and the community of hia faith; ii flict all mankind continue to afll ustratinn of sufferin(J for a cause he does not undi n,l tradition acq" Help Eradicate Tuberculosis The American people have over the years %  de a remarkable showing in the matter of Equally interesting and important courses are being offered at Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood, Temple Emanu-El, Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Tifereth Israel, Israelite Center" and North Shore Jewish Center. All adults of this area are thus given a splendid opportunity of participating in formal class^0^ Qnd eradica "9 %  particular' ol !" 1S erroneous to assume that our nation can now strike TB from dreaded killers. its long list of 7u S. ThS ^ f C Ping Wi,h ,u **culo.is onlv ihl ^ ai l oR l a nd c <*tly and affect not ^•rC?2:^*i'?nuly : a. well. ,„ his j...v. 1 ,m^i U i iiiiuiuuss' r--—••• ~. uio lumuy, as well. In this room instruction. It is an opportunity which re 9 ara ^ade County Tuberculosis Association should not be missed. Nominal affiliation, alrecen y mailed out to Greater Miamians t though important, is only one aspect of a strong an nual TB Seal, proceeds of which are used Jewish community; understanding through toward the continued battle against TB study is another—and perhaps more signifi. A 8 P"* of the long American tradition cant—aspect of the secret of Jewish survival gating disease, it behoves every recinin. in toto reacts in similar fashion to the immoral majority when, as Judge Sobeloff postulate*, "tin n."'" • will become more important than its Jewishness." but. again I'his approach, front IN of all Jewry will become more important than Its ishness." but. again, the social evil, itself, r<'"< •> %  I his approach suggests the employment ol •)">•">' ., t against the danger of a world in which Judaism ^ cept. It therefore suggests only extrinsic and no in ^ Judaism. It places no burden of responsibility on tiw ^ recreate its structure so that Jews, and minority S r up ". 8 sU ggeS not cope with 'they group" deficiencies. In sno '?' ere i y wi acceptance of discriminatory practice as a rule_ ana ^^ Jew that the protective coating of Judaism i> his o y ^ f { I had rather Judge Sobeloff looked upon Jucui_ oll force with living qualities inherent in iU P h,lo op "\ pCrit ,ng f1 pvfn in Iho Inns Hi n t f.ilnr* when those OlsinieK wperauon in the matter of eradsetting minority groups will have perished from the earu



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December 2. 1955 ^JwMirhridlteri Announces Carner Appointment as Winter Division Head 0 f Miami Beach, pital in New York sa^Ba^Ba^aa^MBBBB C> rnpr i v ha again Carner blvd. in Rvo %  n.-im..,i #_ %  %  0 ( Miami Beach, ve NY., has again £ chairmanship of the JOHN diMMon of the it has Ilei"gesidents div jounced by Sam J. „mien chairman. r nVutivr year "in view Bffl d th f a,1 ? h ut ,Sri i 1956" H is the 2rcampa.n appointKman. and came about %*. of farnert specific J (| lh( division in the i \f?r. ^r ii nation) l|e>d of |Iy known as ,ree constructloii Ho has lived in City en the New I and established permanent al 6459 Pinetree dr. cirr h a achieved an enviable Leommunit) ervice, relii B dphilanthr..|>> in his home He j. the lounder and first Community Synagogue md ipresently an honornt oi thia religious lion. ; been active in the BuildIOO of the United J> fund drive of the HI and also I m important role in the [ampa,-n for the I'nited hos-|peal drive." pit Carner blvd. in Rye La named after him in his honor. In the Miami area, he has continued to participate in many humanitarian activities. He served ;is a member of the building con tee responsible for construction of the Ablin Memorial unit at the Jewish Home for the Aged, earner is an active member of the Hi Sinai hospital development fund committee which seeks to construct a new $4,000,000 bosptU] in Miami Beach. He is a member of B'nai B'rith, the Masonic lodge. Anti-Defamation League and many trade and protosional associations '•Our division imade up of families who make then norm this area part of the year and enjoy the health-giving enviroi of this splendid commun ner stated. "The-c people social and cultural b from the many local institutions and agencies supported l> the Combined Jewish Appeal. "We have always felt a responsibility towards the many national and overseas agencies which need our help. I am confident our WinjtSJT residents will meet their obligations promptly and generously in | the coming Combined Jewish Aprgency Ccnfab Scheduled Here With Rabbi Friedman, Jack Weiler emergency conference of |Jewish Vppeal officiala and Miami community leaders icalled by the (ireater Mii>h Fedi ral ti, Stanley C. Federation president, said la;. r< and trustees <>f the • Miami Ji I deration lank notified some 200 key ilities in the area to meet ibbbi Herbert A Friedman i York, executive vice chairkaflhe nationwide I'nited Jewleal. and Jack I) Weiler, naI chairman of United Jewish [aerial appeal has been made iJ Heiman. chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, Jittendance al this important ate. The top flight UJA of*t> ** 0. Weiler ficials are coming to Miami for a series of discussions starting Saturday. Dec. 10. and culminating at a breakfast meeting Sunday, Dec. 11, in the Algiers hotel The Mi ami area was selected as their first stop in a series of whirlwind visits to the nation's leading Jewish communities. It is expected that the UJA representatives will outline the practical program required in Greater Miami as their share of the nationwide responsibility in raising the extra $25,000,000 "over and above" the normal campaign quota. These additional funds must be realized to finance the emigration and resettlement of North African Jews in Israel. Rabbi Friedman is considered one of the most dynamic of this country's Jewish leaders and one of the most gifted spokesmen in Jewish affairs. The UJA executive vice chairman has achieved an outstanding record of leadership in humanitarian endeavors, as a rabbi. Army chaplain, assistant advisor on Jewish affairs to the Commanding Ceneral of U.S. Occupation Forces in Germany and as a member of the United Jewish Ap peal's active leadership. Weiler is one of the com most prominent Jewish community leaders and has made many visits to Israel. In 1952. Weiler headed up a special nationwide drive to raise $35,000,000 in cash to meet the worsening financial crisis in I Weiler as.sumed leadership of the emergency campaign following conferences in Israel with Prime Mm ister David Bcn-Ciirion and other top government leaden. Scholarships Will Be Theme of Meets "Double Feature" will be the order of the day when Council of Jewish Women holds its divisional meetings on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at Koubek hall and the Sovereign hotel. Miami president Mrs. Leon Kaplan announces a "sneak prevue" with a secret cast and not one. but two, features on the program. Theme for the two programs is Rabbi Herbert friedman Posts, Auxiliaries In Yet Affairs Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Auxiliary will hold a membership tea Sunday, Dec. 4, at the Republican club. 1947 W. Ftagler at A variety show will be presented. Mrs. Samuel Sandier is membership chairman. On Wednesday evening, they will lerve refreshments at the Servicemen's Center. Miami Beach. • • Coral Cables Ladies Auxiliary Will give a party in Ward 17 at the VA hospital on Saturday. Dec. 3. (oral Cables Post will have a regular meeting "ii Tuesday. Dec. 6. at the Coral Cables Jewish Center. • On Sunday. Dec. 4. North Shore Post and Auxiliary will hold their annual membership part} at the Monte Carlo hotel. GLASS hath** ps.w. FOR EYIRY PURPOSE STOtl F0NT PUTI and WINDOW GLASS fp, Beveled Mirrors and taiifvtriag Our Specialty • • i i i • I i i i i t • t SAVE FOR TOMORROW 8th St. tilam and Mirror Works* • i Marris Orlim PHONE 3-27281J i t MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY !" 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Page 6 A Temple Beth Sholom Will Mark 'Bar Mitzvah' Anniversary Dec. 10 Thirteenth anniversary of Ternthe prOCMI if completion, the CODpie Both Sholom will be marked >>roRation will reeled it ale ItMlf, in with a gala Chanuka dinner at the j the spirit of C'hanuka. to a new era Hollywood Beach hotel on Satur-iof serving the spiritual and educaday evening. Dec. 10, according tojtional need-.of a growing congregaan announcement by Ralph Spero. tion in a growing community. Temple president. "Dating the 19 years of its ex. "The Bar Mitzvah of Beth Shol-! istonce, Beth Sholom h.igrown to om will 1)0 appropriately celebrated 'a membership of some 800 families by the Liberal Congregation on the and serves 700 children in its reBeach.' stated Spero. "Coming as ligious school. With the developit does when its new Temple is in ment of the congregation, it was necessary to expand the facilities 'The entire present structure at 4144 Chase ave will become a community house and religious school building, serving not only the edu"Jtnisl Iksxtonr Popular Disc Jockey At Teen Age Meet Jerry Wichner. popular disc jockey with radio station VYTNZ. will be featured speaker on the subject. "Today's Teen Agers — Tomorrow's Leaders.'" at the sec\flrf' ,n( annual tecntjagc conclave t<> 'je conducted by *the Greater Mi%  mi Jewish ComI munity Center • ei Sunday. Dec. \ 11 Mr Wichner i %  conducted the radio nro4 r a m called •Rhythm at Random" for the past Wichner [| ve yean This c inference w ill bring to gether inure than 200 deh from 35 youth groups bj thi Gn iter Miami Jew ish < !om. r throughout Dade ity. \\ : I cational needs of the children, but there will bo a full program of activities for every age level, awell. The new sanctuary and auditorium adjoining the present building will have a total seating capacity of 1.800. a large banquet hall, a chapel and a sisterhood lounge." Spero explained At the dinner celebration, all children of the nligioui school who are celebrating their 13th birthdays with Beth Sholom will participate in a pageant which is being especially written bv Rabbi s '^rhood of z !" ora Jewish Loon Kronen, spiritual leader ,,n,or wl nold t" annual bazaar Mr and Mrs Samuel Oritt are Dec. 3 and 4 at 44 Zamora ave. This co-chairmen of the dinner The j affair will start the Center's (harm, planning committee conka f t .„,j v;i | Zamora Sisterhood Bazaar Saturday dinner gist* of Charles Silvers. John Serbin. Leon J. KM and the MesdameI.ouis J Krensky, J A Cantor, Sol S Pine. Irving B Kaplan. Barry Cameron and Samuel Beckerman. Annual Dinner Dance Due The chairmen are Mrs Henry Paul. Mrs William Bielfield. Mrs. Murray Shnlman and Mis Sain Raab The entne affair will itarl Saturday night, Dee :<. with a dance Bid Greater Mumi Auxiliary ol ;uu ff „ Tlu ( u mni y mi(j( r hi> A,n "' ,,,; Mrs Irving Platofl II hold itthird annual di i Dec 11 %  I 450 SW %  >U I form band will Famous Harpist Defeats Ellness %  %  I sub conbj tbi Auditoriums Sun eveni Dec il and 12 \i. i r |i .il in tin'' Hi i his mi his lirsi publM cerl in in native cits at nine Most "t ins education t<>k i in Cans, gmd a was during the first years ol his (areer there thai he won from Maurice Ravel the praise: "In Zabaleti the artist is as great or even greater than the harpist After Inearly successes in ElUM ope ZabaleU took Ins harp anil Ills career to South America SOOTJ alter his arrival there however, a fungua infection to bia fingers forced him to abandon concerts and turn to teaching at the Caracas Conservatory Performing was life for Zabaleta. and. after tour y< he was completely cured and returned to the recital platform with an even greater command of his difficult instrument than before. OUNT SINA HOSPITAL NMEft DANCE •^SAM T4FF No gross grows under the feet of the medical staff at Mount Sinai Hospital. Their 1955 annual dinner-dance, held Thanksgiving eve in the grand ballroom of the Hotel Fontainebleau was enjoyed so throughly that Dr. Maurice J. Rose (left) and Dr. Jack Folk, have already begun planning for next year's top soc.al event to be given by Mt. Sinai physicians. Dr Rose was en tertainment chairman and Dr. Folk co-chairman PERSONALIZED SIIVICI "AIT" "MAUW "UAV COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wracki Rebuilt Body Repairs ami Pointing rfconts 3 2244, 2-4652 Mizrachi Group Meeting .Joseph Krantz. president of the Mizrachi Organization of Greater Miami, announces a regular meeting Monday evening. Dec. 5. at I en gregation Beth Tfilah. 140 S.W. 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, Decerr.! 2, 1955 thZWTkridiirtv Page 7 A etters to the Editor ifiiVeolumn in th< -Jf We W" <* ,,,ncs [IM mistake them. "hie he has the ipaM jar. m uch ^ th. archair. bigoted ifAmking. How stupid of *£m thai the ZionM of no avail becau* we Tlimitaii. n-. cannot tp, hf faet thai to have i*m prominent Christiana in this area who coopcraio with us, who are interested in the cause of Israel and who have worked faithfully and diligently to further the cause As to Mindlins harangue a the recent Bayfront park community BMetlni lahpllint: same a Has. co. how can anyone with even i high school boys intelligence fail to realize that securing the en* r age ,„,. welcome toe dorscment of thjs mro(|n • ,, l!an friend* one. who prominen GreaU r ^^J ^W the majority of whom by far men either Christians or non-Honista could not fail to reach the ears and eyes of those in authority in the U.S. Government and m the United Nations to whom all our efforts jwere directed? | In Mindlin's ignorance it is oh vioua he docs not know many .thinking Christians believe as do Jews that a Jewish state in itself n r Mm,,; !" ,! u, is not and has not been "he ex f %  Dr Maurice Lev ch.ef researchelusive aim of Zionism. Many of er at Mt Sinai hospital, ad;our Christian friends believe with dressed the second annual eduSj£ '£ ItT'l !" ^ !" !" 1 !"!" > • %  Worn\ survival of the Jewish people. Also en S UiV1810n Combined Jewish j there are Christians who believe Appeal, Wednesday. Subject !!hp it J^h S nl b f half ?i I sraelan(l of hls ,alk dealt wi,h ,h heart. jthe Jewish people is their opportunity to seek atonement for the sins committed against Jewry all through the ages. AH good Jews when it is necessary (and it is certainly necessary ( r ight now) rally around the cause and do not draw the line whether they are members of Federation. | or any other group, and shouldn't F. Wagner, son of Mr. they? Daniel Wagner, 1 Ftagler-Granaoci Prepares FinaS Two-Night Stand Nov. 26 and 27 performance, of Awake and sing." popular hit by "Word Odets, received favorable reaction here this week as Flagler (•ranada -Jewish Community Center again prepared for the final twonight stand at the Center this weekend, Dee. 3 and 4. Jack Shaw is director of the production, with Norman Pallot acting as business manager. Bernard Kar"""I is in charge of the FlagierGranada ticket committee, and Anne Mickelson does the publicity. B'nai B'rith Oi (oral Cables sponsors Saturday night's performance •Sam Meyer handles tick.!. -r—— the SmiH-HAVtH Nt*ty Dtctrated Directly on the Ocean 411 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH To DECEMBER I5t* ^ B S 48 S0 Mbr s Per Prrion—Dbl. Occ Dec. 15-Jan. 15 Frm S61.00 Weekly Per Perm—Dbl. Oce. Includlna: • 3 Strictly Koiher Meals > Priite Beach t Swimming Pool %  Air Conditioned Rooms ArailjL Planned Entertainment fuioptan Plan aim aiinaula I N. OINSBUHO. Owrwe M.n.*.m.nt Dining Room Open to the Public Dr. Eggnatz Will Speak Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, chairman of the youth activities committee of Temple Beth Sholom, will address the Young at-Heart group, senior citizens of Temple Beth Sholom, Tuesday noon. Dec. 6. in the Temple banquet hall [dr., was Bar Mitzvah Dr. Eggnatz will j discuss "Youth Looks at a Golden If we listen to Mindlin we should Age." Mrs. George Cohen is chairall gather around the wailing wall man of the group. Berele Kelemer In Talk Saturday Third lecture in a series presented by the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami will take place on Saturday evening. Dec. 3. at the religious school of Temple Emanu-El. Rev. Berele Kelemer, cantor and instructor of Hebrew at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, will discuss "The Development of Jewish Liturgy and Music in Biblical and Talmudic Times." Rabbi Joseph Goldwurm, i LEGAL NOTICE iday morning, Nov. 26,' a nd P ra >' as was done for over two M Shore Jewish Cen-. t housand > ears and limit ourselves m L D evif > w Crhpn'uJpd :__ -_ : Ito oraver for the survival f tho DOOK Hey/ew JtneOUieO [dinner recep'.:on for in nests was held at the iSurcay evening. tip.ete Radiator Repair Service to prayer for the nirvival of the .Jcv> ish State and have a big placard in bold type. "Ifindlin Says Mo Christians and Non-Zionists Allowed." Mrs Oeorge M Cohen Kosher Butchers Announce MrBunny Freed, pi chairman Of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, arranged a proMi for the next regular meeting ol the chapter to be held at Melvin Cohen Hall Dec 13 Mrs. Frank Kerdyke will review "Marjorie Mot I D) Herman tt'oiik p-.-Fio.rm" ; wholesale, Retail Market 8UL t h ,fm.nufn T :S?| I. .* % %  Mendcis,,,, a.,i s..„. Dr. Wolfson to Speak FaiiutvJ koahcr botchers for manj years in "Spinoza's Conception ol God" resorts and wholesale ui || be the topic ol a lecture by I Fr> i ato lEKTINI'S DIATOR SERVICE m ST., MIAMI, FU. Km Ml765 NEW TIME FOR WCUSSICAIH01/R Y* v *r Abraham Wolfson Sundaj evenounce the opening ol a wholesale ning at the Spinoza Outdoor For and retail marKet :'t 621 Washingum, 11th st and Ocean dr. A ton ave.. Miami Beach. question and answer period will __ ._ follow I)r Wolfson's lecture The market will be under the supervision of the Greater Mum Vaad Hakashruth. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, director. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 185329 coKA .1 PARK, Plaintiff, \ i, ROBERT W. SMITH, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ROBERT W .s.MITM. Defendant Ri i'l" • Rod .\iiiii em L'nkon n roC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Hi" ;i Complaint has boon fii<VKH %  ; ding to the Plat Hireof, recorded In I -i.it Hook ii. :•> paai '.::. nt the Public R d Dadi Count), l Ida be I ai 5950 H w VI ml, i lorlda. 1 red to (ii,your Complain) with the i %  • r i d torn HENRY M CAIN vVem i 1 iiida, on 1 Januarj • %  ii.-i ol aid i '"in• will be taken BH confessed by DATED M.I. I lade I' mnl I. owner of THE MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE 751 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE JE 8-3840 is Bock in Miami Beach with a New and Complete Stack of • RELIGIOUS ARTICLES • GIFTS FROM ISRAEL • BOOKS IN HEBREW I < Hour < i Hard ery Sund.y from j IV DMA to 1:30 p.m. f T Nw Feature. t/^EATRE NEWS" rl "g Simon Wolff I* WOMAN TO A WOMANJ*l Shuih.na Specter &ATWN WWPB KM M Your Dial MORTGAGE INVESTORS KI..I i'l.. HENRY Attoi ne> :'.'.:'II w 12 i -U-23 IIIIM ."Hi da) of November, i: B L.EATHERMAN i'l. II Court lly w M \\ STOCKING, Deuut) Clerk M CAIN i.i Plaintiff i'l.mi. i si. 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Page 8 A fcyic/>/fcr*fift/7 THANKS TO YOU... ... ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL FRIENDS, WHO HELPED MAKE OUR GRAND OPENING SUCH A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. WE ARE PROUD TO KNOW YOU, AND PLEDGE REPEATED SAVINGS SUCH AS YOU ENJOYED LAST WEEK. Fridc A <#A vt, BgjSSsS* ABSOLUTE MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ON ANYTHING YOU BUY The ShopArama ... Florida's first complete Farmers market and auction offers you just about everything you want to eat, to wear, to use! And the prices... they are the lowest anywhere in the South. So come out and join us. Spend the day in this city of over 60 shops! SHOPARAMA SHOPPING HOURS OPEN FRIDAY. 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. OPEN SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. OPEN SUNDAY .. 8 a.m. to 7 pjn. Open Mon., Tues., Wed., fours. 9 a.m. to 9 pjn. 27th AVE. FARMERS MKT. AUCTION of ,he Auction", the ^qu.c P f( m AUCTION HOURS: FWOftY-10 ..m. to miin-t. I sH UROAY-1..5P'7 m 0m,,,Brte SUNDAY-1 p.*. to 1 P"<



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n j Kr. When the Alex Rlchardaom gave a hillbilly parly at their Star Island home tke other night, the huge centerpiece on their buffet table was a hillbilly with a jug in a mound of flowers. While decorations for the tables on the beautiful Richardson terrace featured corn pipes and other things reminiscent of the mountain theme. ajchardson was Daisy Mae, and she said hello to a host ites here, including the Baron de Hirsch Mey.rs, the Sam fh, Carl Weinklas and tha Joseph Uptons of Dade FedISftnrninC out in rand stvle were **•"• • nd Mr Max Waitx, UalMrs "*'P h Spare—he's Beth Sholom's president—Dr. and lad** Struhl, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unpar, Dr. and Mrs. UVm and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosen. |Tcourse present among the many happy guests were the ijpnand daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Richardson. Ikfoupof the evening went to the Lou Heimans, Sam Ginsid Morton Lowes -all of whom received prizes for the most ix billbilb i •tumes. v [Cmasta and mah jong. certainly, as well as other games, will red when women of the Deborah Tuberculosis Society meet it the Saxony hotel. Mrt. Louis Cohan is also telling ^ that the business end of the group's meeting will be over llronch at in o'clock. %  ishng handwith arrivals will be hostess Mrs. Ed Singer, jifounder ol 'he local chapter. President Mrs. Louis Levy [nare honorwith her at the welcome mat. |All those physicians at the Alax Richardson party remind kof Mt Sin Thanksgiving feast held last week as part r medical staffannual dinner dance in the grand ballroom rFontaineble.nl hotel. [|afehir-' '. week. ,' iMn Catsman I Mrs. Glasser are among 27 FlorfaTahs who I similar ii lions. •eater Mian i hapter of American Women's ORT plan a rDec 3. 4 and i at which Beach Mayor D. La* Powall will be [in. Harry Kaufman is busy rounding up clubwomen for the I which will leature a snack bar,-white elephant table and i corner phase an the light aspect* of the bazaar," explains "* y to gather funds for the maintenance ol nde UK I %  training schools. Self-supporting people Itheir sens< dividual worth, and ORT is dedicated to |od' Umtic touch Mill be palm reading by Frances Thomas at the Tjtheduled : Vmericaa Legion hall on Alton rd. Chairmen fmt Harry Tischlcr and DM Harris. > > >>> %  %  faliving was an especially thankful occasion for Mr. Jin Jo Kassewitz, who came from Manchester. Ga., to visit 7n. and daughters-in-law. wnaimng them were the Loon Kayos, Mr. and Mrs. Jack i and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kassewitz, at whose home the J—f was held. ^•arrival of their grandparents, incidentally, marked the for a weekend in Cuba of Lois, daughter of the hosts, and '""lofthe Leon Kayos. &f > > > > *rwo War Nancy Rally and Warren Caro were married in P> last week. L TuUnd U Sl a ,hC ritM *** ,W "* y J *•'"*' f EaSt i?dwrrtn w ere classmates at Cornell. While he flew to JwWi from the Beach, Nancy was winging her way from where she just completed Use fUm, "Bad Seed." j, h f' l J^* Pi <* is beck in the swing of things. She stopped lltaka M t0 attend to ""••"•o* matters on her way from fhlk^y n extende triP Mn the European continent. %  tihtiit appareni, y here for the winter, since her friends J2**" y the fact that shell join Boron do Hirsch Meyer and JJ* i offering best wishes to Jack Kofood at a testimonial at the Hi.rjm. T..— .. v_.. 'he Bisctyne Terrace hotel. I**, yitopfashiom around town this fall will be Mrs. Hal WtaM ,in,r u >< rs. Harold Londfiold. %  fiaopMh French cc nl d irota th shopping the tn0 Past summer. c k JajSol irir* n P res '*en< of Tropical Park, is vacstioning st sw!! r d l ,or • t' !" unUl Mrs. Silberman joined him "VtiaJi here "** v Wted their son. MaSi n, L at tl FosstaioebJesu is former Tropical owner %  *h him it lovely wife Mihta. ti^T^L7 r ? i< *••* hav •• %  visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'h!T£L:; dGorce dr raMMwwe. SI 2r" u ar back in Buffalo. N.Y. With them went e*u? they ,nten <* *o return here after the holidays %  •tater season. *.1t7 oman s "World ^^^k^smMasR MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, December 2, 1955 Section B Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz discuss pleasantries with Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. The Orovitzss met the Foreign Minister at a reception tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland in their North Bay rd. home. Mr. Sharett was here to address a Trustees of Israel function at the Fontainebleau hotel. H umcanes Over-Not for Sholom Ladies Miamians think the ravages of Hood are distant geographically from this citj or even in time the) are sadlj mistaken mi has no! had a hurricane since 1950, but other areas ol this nation have and no mistake about it Among such stricken areas was the little community oi Winsted, Conn., snd Miami this week felt the impact ol the flood Winsted reeled under back on Aug. 19 and again on Oct. 16. One of the victims in Winsted was Beth Israel Synagogue Mrs. Allen Rosenberg, president of Beth Israel last week wrote to describe the plight of her congregation. "You no doubt read about the flood of Aug 19 and saw on TV the destruction caused by the Mad River and the havoc it did to an entire busmess and shopping area on Main st.. she said "But you dont know what it did to our Beth Israel Synagogue." Mrs Rosenberg revealed that the Hebrew school and meeting hall were obliterated, the kitchen and Utility room made a shambles and the 'entire buildSi creaks ominously." Main support of Beth Israel omes from its 40 family membership who are principally Jewish merchants on Mam st Their hfes work was wiped out by the flood." Mrs. Rosenberg explained. "However, they're working like beavers to start afresh, and while their funds are low, their hopes are bright." Beth Israel's plea did not go unheard in Miami. This week. Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom responded with assistance. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. Beth Sholom Sisterhood president, wrote Mrs. Rosenberg that her organization was forwarding a check for S100 to the Winsted congregation. "We have been taught to be concerned not only for our immediate family of Beth Sholom," she said, "but also to be concerned about the welfare of all Israel. "We pray," Mrs. Kaplan added in behalf of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, "that our humble contribution and the contributions of others will restore the religious effectiveness of your synagogue in the immediate future." Temple Beth Sholom ladies have answered the plea. Now the Winsted congregation needn't rely completely on Bobby's father, whose men's clothing store and home were destroyed by the floor; nor on Ronnie's father, whose auto supply store was wrecked; nor, indeed, on any of the parents who are trying to pick up the threads of their lost businesses and lives. For, in the wake of this answer, will come countless others throughout the nation—is behalf of "all Israel." Mi ami Beach Girl Writes of Zion s Present-Day Heroes 2 %^75£& %  <"* ^ < t he M,ddle '" %  okshe like the Israelis about her. seems to feel no name For she is convinced of the s.gmf.cance ^fSfand the Jewish State's future. is the daughter of Mr ana w expressed ?"ta.tLfaB KwUnTyVughter of 'uVand Mr?. HarriVach-Kw.tney. faculty members at the Hebrew Academy. „ h.r P lf has recently returned from a year ? V "'. andI eel! that Elaine's letter represents who has identified herself so beautifully with her brethren in Eretz Yisroel." Writes Elsine in part: ".. Israel is one of the things in this tumultuous world of ours that deserves to be and therefore will be. A fatalistic kind of approach, I know, but nevertheless not ungrounded. "You ask how the morale is here, or is there any panic among the Israelis. The morale is splendid: panic is about the last thing you'd find. You should know; you spent a year here, and you are used to the phenomena of border incidents. Did you ever observe panic or pandemonium? "You will recall that after these border "incidents" the reports issued by Israel and the Arab state involved differed rather distinctly. Will I sound overly chauvinistic to say that in general Arab reContinued en Papa 5 B



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Page 2 B >Jmistnarfdian -I 1 ^. fccemb fi evninine WITH PUMPKIN-NUT FILLING fain \-Jn tn Pie Crust Often Makes or Breaks Pastry, and Here's a Sure Recipe By LEAH LEONARD Of course you're as enthusiastic over the hote water method of mixing pie crust as we are. And it simply calls for pie. the pastry that is as American as Lelcach is Jewish cuisine. So, if you haven't a handy easy recipe for pie crust, here's how to make a flakey. tender crust to be filled with any of the suggested fillings below: Hot Wafor Pio Crust 6 tablespoons vegetable shortening 3 tablespoons boiling water 1 teaspoon fruit juice (or milk) 1 "• cups sifted all-purpose flour 4 teaspoon salt Place the measured shortening in a mixing bowl and stir in the hot water and fruit joice. With a fork beat the mixture till it ia smooth and as thiek as whipped cream Sift together flour and salt into this mixture, stirring till it forms a ball of dough that does not stick to the bowl Turn out on a 12-mch square of aluminum foil or heavy wax paper and fold the edges of wrapping over from all four sides as tightly as possible. Pat it down once or twice. Unfold the wrapping, place another square of the foil or wax paper over and roll out to a circle of dough l inch thick Fit this into a 9 inch pie pan. turning under the edges and I luting all round with thumb and lorefinger Pnck the pastry with the tines of a fork to prevent blistering and bake 15 to 18 minutes at 450 or till lightly brown ed Remove from oven and let eool in the pie pan rt is ready for either a chiffon filling, or any cooked and prepared fruit filling. Try any of these fillings: Pumpkin-Nut Filling I Ml cups cooked and mashed pumpkin (or canned variety) 1 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 3 eggs, slightly beaten 1 tablespoon flour I teaspoon ginger 4 teaspoon each cinnamon. nutmeg and salt '2 cup orange juice '< cup pineapple juice (or substitute 1 cup evaporated milk for fruit juices) 8 pecan or English walnut halves for topping Combine ingredients in the order listed and turn into baked pie shell. Return to oven and bake 15 minutes at 450"-. then reduce heat to 350' for 20 minutes longer or till center is set (test with a wooden toothpick). Crenborry-Apple Filling 1 can whole cranberry sauce 1'2 cups thick applesauce (homemade or canned) 2 tablespoons tapioca orMine crumbs Grated rind of half a lemon Strips or rolled out pastry lo criss-cross top of pic. option al, or arrange pastry -strips in wheelspokc fashion Turn into baked pic shell, arrange strips and return to oven to bake 12 minutes at 450 or till strips are lightly browned. • • • Loft-Ovor Turkoy Turnover* Chop any leftover turkey (or oth <^jt om efron t er meat or poultry) or put through at onion browned in schmalt* 7?c*-'wrapped £" J, >.**& Mrs. Louis Glasser. associate chairman of the Miami Beach campaign in behalf of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeehiva University, receives a citation for her efforts in behalf of the college from William J. Levitt, associate national campaign chairman. The citation was awarded* at the recent dedication ceremonies of the college. America's first medical school under Jewish auspces. Similar citations were announced for Sam C. Levenson, Miami Beach chairman for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. R. W. Apte and Isidore Goldberg, associate chairman. Mtttinw Fnrtures & FHm Monday niglit. Oee. 5. Miami Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy will feature a film showing children at the clink during therapeutic sessions. Meeting will be held at the United Cerebral Palsy Clinic. 1608 SW 1st st PERFECT SUGAR FLAVOR ...RUT No Calories I SM "•n o**r 700 cupt At Food and Drug Stores @ Everywhere Excitingly Different Taste! and be sort Wt FLORIDA DAIRIES MOmOGtHIZtD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Deer* Prefect** TEL. 2-262i Creator Miami Delivery i ARE YOU I A R B I U N J I T ? &f Mron M,, 6. $, JM ltwW| •. *tc. Fon, lovjnt, otocatioaal fer tht who). ffmiKV' —**"•" '••;••'fret copy, *** f„ JF. TUBIE RESNIK CA y ERT D, TILLIR8 CORP. .NEW YOPKJ7, NEW YOH.K edges together B^H er meat or poultry) or gpt through I at 375 I"'' J^J* .^to J son to taste with salt, pepper, "pa-1 stormg"'j n ijjjjjjj? prika and or Mono-sodium gluta-1 heat ,n a deg. oven. Treot^oursein 0 ^delki( coffee,..and sleep; t< VK Compare the flavor Now Kosher Instant Sanka Coffee U all coffee, pure coffee, blended and rooited lo perfection Compare in delis-Tout flavor with yoor proont coffoo. ^ m £3 V Oompare the steep When you drink Instant Sanka, yoJ sleep belter. To M better oil day, arid) for breakfast and km It** "Coffein-Porr A 97% il the erioMe ceiei* I t.N"> MtOOtKI %  or GfHHM fOOM^I ^HnK it all dtf %  y & Good Any T m\ o o 0 COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INI US MSCATNE ST., MIAMI Mrl PHONES: ltfe#4Atl FtAM j| 14132 Mf



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t QK&abet 2. 1955 >pccial ^J-c $ ^iffgf O F 4 LONG UST 0k Stews Can Make Meals A Topic of Happy Conversatio „M FHISCHWASSC* Wish I Wid pare the sweet c +Jmisiifhr**i^ avoritcs .•n like many housewives. Z find meal time a wonJSjlIenge for bringing up tan i*W 'tem* hat Stfvtke menu themselves !2o'tomake your family's f^mmg to talk about. -w these special items are Ld imong added touches: ^*s, sauces, vegetables fjunusual ways or dejMatoti "d Appl rjtreet potatoes Wash %  and pare the sweet potatoes. Cook in salted water until they are tender. Drain and cut into 1-inch slices, crosswise. Pare core and cut apples into ^-inch rounds. Melt the butter in a spider. Place the potatoes in the spid! er with a slice oJ apple on each Pour over them the honey mixed with water. Cook over a small fire and baste frequently until the apples are tender. Keep the skillet I covered, except during basting When the apples are tender, put 1 teaspoon of strawberry jam into I the center of each and put a mara' shino cherry in the center of each apple. Place in a moderate oven uncovered for 10 minutes Serve j with the sauce. 2 e"? h,d PO,a, Dou h !" 4 tablespoons melted butter cup sugar | cup cooked mashed potato,. 1 cup buttermilk 4 cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder I teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon Add to two well beaten eggs, melted butter, sugar, and cream h, Z 2" a dd mashed ****; buttermilk and flour, sifted with baking powder, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. Beat thoroughly and put the dough on a floured board^ Knead lightly and roll it to 2 inch thickness. Cut it out with a doughnut cutter and drop the cakes into hot fat at least two or three inches deep, at 360'. As the cakes rise to the surface turn them with a fork to brown on the other side. When they are done place them in a wire basket to drain. Page 3 Beth David Opens Membership Drive A special memhprshir. „„ i %  whlh P t memb ship campaign men. r oL as lts goal the enrollment of 200 new members at Beth and Congregation was launched this week under the leadership of John Feller. A new 1956 Chevrolet presented the congregation by Feller will be awarded to one of tte members participating\ v W* campaign serving as co-chairman with Feller are Max Jacobson, vice president of the congregation, and Louis Heiman, member of the board of directors. The campaign will culminate with a new member reception planned for Jan. 8. Serving as team captains are Harry August, Irving Bakst. Paul Black, Maurice Daum, Max Handshu, Louis Heiman, Ec Mass, Robert Purisch, Mitchell Shapo. Bert Sher, Charles Z. Spin garn and Jerome Steifl. Beth Jacob religious school Wednesday announced a Talmud Torah award which will be in the form of a free round trip to Israel. Morris Krevat, of the Walburne hotel and chairman of the board of education, said the award winner will be revealed Apr. 15. Club Woman Enjoys Picking Up Tab for Israel Projects iilrff, national vice presiPioneer Women, the or Zionist Organizanenca. who is also nasident of the Confer^Jfwish Women's Organr|f participating in sevir Women functions! itioning here for several Efah her husband, Sidney Iftw home is in New York. iliff will be guest speaker itlurd annual Chanuka dinIfMisored for her organiza|^Ur." Ida Jacobs, president II of Pioneer Women, ^>kt Sunda) evening, Dec. (Lincoln Manor restaurant. LJicobs. who enjoys enter•ibout 150 guests each |i picking up the tabs so pet Israeli project will IttfftlaVe added pleasure lieir in seeing her grand youtut Linda Merlin, lij>rogram ol pantomimes I Ike group. Shedioff, past ;ll. will preside t\fniug's lestivities. ortion of the program widedtv Cantor Abrapf Kireseth Israel COBB*o>c ringing will be b> Joseph Sthreibple Emanu El wTB-aKo -|ieak for Pfcseu mi the Miami "fco when she admeeting of Ka[wpter Thurda> evening, n^Wt.Hfiijrw School fgation •£* Pu^km president fJjWalwijLm,, Council of stamen an.I Mrs Jacob Prudent ol Ka.limah %  we announced that all Pioneer Women clubs in the area and their friends are invited to attend the meeting and hear Mrs. Leff. Also scheduled for the Thursday meeting is a convention report by Mrs. Raffel. who returned recently from the Pioneer NO SKILL NEEDED rtfft Jttt mix and bake DROMEDARY [}* ftnfer Women f fosfoon Show iStoTV' Soulh Dad CW'Hfonning a brunch £v Mar ''Hou ,uw 26. m the Colony l%i Cramz 1121 ManE^'hairman. Mrs. TtnTr Ma > na <. Will J 0 the group when it t*jme on Dec 21. CAKE MIXES make the cake! Wkitt Caki Mx • YeHew Cil *i OMTsFMilli • CagNBTHi MU HmtUum teat* %  Sai Cake ta III,. vuinim? 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Page 4 B + Jewish fkrMknn % %  i — — !" .. i Join the Woman's Army--And, of Course, Have Some Fun Want to have fun Join the Women Army of Israel. You will be able to see the country You will be taught singing and folk dancing. You will live in bjrrackwhich you can make as dainty IB yon wish Trie trirls com pete in heautdying their b{Bf-a It 'l an army such a-you never heard of before. Col. Dina Werth, the head of the Woman's Army, i~ DOW in America. I don't think the would have much difficulty in getting recruits here, if all the advantages were played up. hut Col. "Dina" U not here Mr that. She Is here to sell Israel bonds. Now that l>rael is forced to spend 10 much of her money for defense : irposes, the need for Israel bonds which are used solely for non-mi 11purpoaes, to build up the economy, is doubly important. In addition to the folk dancing, they also teach the girl rookie how to US* a rifle and a machine gun. how to throw a hand grenade and a IIAV ol the other basic things which should help the girls later in lilc. After she is married, it little Herhie won't eat his spinach. mother simply cocks her rifle it the brat. "Sonnie, I think you had better eal that spinach, don't you Put that way. of course, Bonnie According to CoL 'Dina" the training in shooting which the girl Col. Dina Werfh Army Commander soldiers uet i> not Intended to equip them for regular combat service It i>mi|>!\ for defensive purposes Hut that goes a long ,wav in Israel, where SO much of the fighting is o| the guerilla type The Arab band likes t<> come up on the loneI) frontier hut In such a ease, the army cannot easil] be called. The woman just grabs her gun. Afar as regular service, the lady colonel Rives a very unusual reason why it would not he feasible to employ women soldiers. In BfeJ> lem countries, one buyi his wife as be buys I sheep or a horse. If he is well tO do. he ma> bu> a couple or more wlw However,' thousands ( Arabs are so poor they cannot afford Declaration'* of Independence to prove that all men are equal, = 5^y. December 2., I He Vkomcns Armv ^* J Prace. h,„ „ has^nil* mg to do The womiTsitia taught to fight d.sea^'Tr and dirt. There uT' gn0T needs „ u h<„„ *£* "* !girl soldiers are sent Z ^ %  Orumt.d lanus.35aji basic principle, ol ssaiiia-i 1 hygiene. Chanuka Seminar to Feature Ladies in Talks, Demonstrations Chanuka seminar. sponi bj the Hebrew Academy \ and the Hebrew Academj Women, will take place Wednesday i %  ing, Dec. 7. at the Academy ; torium. Mrs Irving Firt< !. president of Hebrew Academy Women, will wel* parents and friends of the Academy, followed bj Mrs Miriam Pell Solkoff. president of the PTA, who will speak on "Jewiah Book Month." Mrs Jonah (apian, program chairman, and Mrs M. II Rosan house. PTA program chairman. have announced that the program will include Rabbi Tibor Stern of Beth Jacob Congregation, who will -peak on "Chanuka in the Days of the Maccabt "Chanuka Today" will be discussed bj Mrs Bernice Honig, instructor of Hebrew at the Academy. Musical renditions on the "Chalil," an Israeli flute, will be offered by Mrs Kay Adiel. Chanuka foods and delicacieis the topic which MrIrving Firtel will discuss and demonstrate. Community singing under the direction of Miriam Donnerstag, music director of the Hebrew Academy, will complete the evening program. Mrs Charles Bogin and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard will act as hostesse Mr$. Miriam Solkoff Alr. Irving Firtel Consecration of New Torch Will feature Procession Consecration of a new Israeli Scroll of Law at Beth Jacob Congregation Sunday. Dec. 11, will begin with a procession from the Strath Haven hotel at 2 p.m.. according to an announcement this week by Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader. 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2. 1955 ^&£l?^^£_ Giri in Israel Writes Friend of Zion's Heroic Nature For out of Zion shall come forth !" ^ Will they let „? "* 1 ran Wil1 it? S streets of Jen "ale^ J SKS? ^ ,hcse happier to be horr ,h L nk would uu *>* Tbeen found false? the're, wo^n/Tbou Mho 'fatTtf t ,C 7' hlp be Lknow, we don't spread lie,, simply beabout ones friendVan.l \„\%lL u S! -1 W rrying ,Asy lnt have to. We don't concoct bravado and I are readreS2 1 ^ F friends L*£i\E Israeli soldier U. by nature of want war; buM 0 ^ ^^^^"d^ "ere don't will be made, i necef.arv L, i T' SaCrifices were doing f inc SSTSv.^ ^ 'J^j; ground) tf the world, and our own ZtS**^ Elaine." fal and ours true? rL* i at thinfis realistically, who has made F -tooking ^ and wno hM reject^j tnese ^filnkine at the record; whost reports have Curate after official investigation, and '" %  jnd false? re don't s have to. We aon i cuncuci uravaao e ,he Israeli soldier U, by nature of r: fighting for, heroic. We don't broadcast *,, hecauvp we have many fine, true things X. world about And if the world (the U. S., inv) lets us live, we shall make a future more more strong than what has gone before. rVolunteens" Stephanie Shames. Barbara JUrr, Christine Johnson and Caroline Perry. ~ Miami Beach High students, receive awards for Volunteen service from Vogel (far left), director of nurses I Ml Sinai hospital They are part of the ny teenage voluneers who assist the 10V* HOSPITAL' MUSICAL Women's Auxiliary in relieving hospital personnel by rolling bandages, running errands, servicing the Snack Bar and other important functions for the comfort of the patients. Mrs. Harry Smith (not shown) is leader of the new group which is seeking additional volunteers for the coming year. Sinai Women's Auxiliary Will Feature Service Theme at Meeting lWomens Auxiliary of ML Sinai hospital will hold their first meet"! the year Friday afternoon, Dec. 2, in the grand ballroom of the 'ebleau hotel. Orovitz hospital president, and Samuel Gertner, executive *. will address some 300 new members of the women's organic Former numbers will serve as hosts at the occasion. "Know Your Hospital," a musical by Trixie Levin, will be directed >tae author The program, using the talent of members, will depict tnnw< projects of the Auxiliary. These include the popular gift efficient snack bar. a patients' library, nurses aides, wheel and "tfvice, hobby therapy group, social service committee, information •aid many others. Mainly featured, too, will be the hospital's School of Practical ""S which now b •of 62 graduates "*-Louis Glasser is president of the women's group. Vice preslinclude Mrs. Meyer EggnaU. Mrs. Philip LefkowiU. Mrs. Harry %  I %  •III. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs I. J. Robinson MEANS K KOSHER B*F* ,T ON THE JWAGK YOU BUY "]• Products hove L^oJ Supervision Temple Israel Will Dedicate Facilities Formal dedication exercises and the semi-annual meeting of Temple Israel will be combined at a dinner on Sunday evening. Dec. 4. in the new auditorium of the Temple. At that time, the Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman religious school building, the Rabbi Jacob 11Kaplan chapel and the new auditorium will be dedicated by the rabbinic and lay leadership of the Temple. Leonard A. Wien is chairman in charge of the program: Mrs. Camille Baum, affectionately known as "Mother" Baum. will celebrate her 82nd birthday on Dec. 12 at a party with the Young-at-Heart. senior citizens group of Temple Beth Sholom. Mother Baum is among the founders of Beth Sholom and has been active with Mt. Sinai Auxiliary, National Children's Cardiac Home and Beth Sholom Sisterhood, on whose board she has served since its founding 13 years ago. Tfc O-'rAufhwiirrViidb kitairHf L HimmTuHA PAR &0UENCE %  A, \tISTi %  1STAURANT FRANCAIS 474 41.1 STRUT. MA JI 4-1770 3 new 3 bedroom 2-both, garage, underground sprinkling, oircondition.ng, summer and winter. Florida In sbowr de*r.. ,ric. tew as SLOW inm 101 SW 27th M. Owner 9-0545. Page SB Executive Committee to Meet Executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, at the Columbus hotel. Committee consists of 75 Greater Miami leaders in' business, education, religion, welfare and other related fields. The group recommends certain policies and actions to the Federation board. FOR SALE .. ***** H*£fi"8 Ik. <=Ritz&lazcL HOTEL DINING ROOM OPENING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 ii 4 4U miM


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Page 6 B *Je&jsk ][*>c!sgan "!Df>~I>8 \ 'Now or Never 1 for 100,000 Jews Of N. Africa, Sue Stevens Reports i^VjNatibtfj It is '"now or never" for nearly 100,000 North African Jews geek ing refuge in Israel, said Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens reporting to nearly 1,000 members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division at their educational conference Wednesday afternoon in the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. Stevens has recently returned from an overseas tour of Israel and other countries as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. North African Jews, hemmed in between unfriendly Arabs and French, are experiencing unbearable economic tensions and actual danger to life and limb, Mrs. Stevens reported. Many are on the brink of starvation and thousands of families face the prospect of social and political pressures and the possibility of an abrupt end to immigration programs It is up to community campaigns such as Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal to aid the United Jewish Appeal, the world-wide relief agency, to implement a recordbreaking fund-raising program in 1956. Mrs Stevens indicated that Israel at this time is concerned deeply with the threat upon her borders Iron Ibe neighboring Arab states and is girding for defense b) en rolling every able bud ie 'T n P,0 m • may "Banleally fJ-TU:,,'" your ""••"" CALL 3-2484 301 S.W. 8 St., Miami, Fla. Mountain Valley Water Co. F OM r H^i!TH H S PA Sf "" N01 ,1 Nearfetfa Siefd by guest speaker Mrs. Maurice Grossman at the regular meeting of Menorah group of Hadassah on Dec. 5 at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The program will feature a chanuka workship. and members will have an opportunity to make decorations -a: d participate in group singing. Regular meeting group of Hadassah will i on Monday noon, Dec. 5, | cus lodge Meeting will I form of a card party. A report on the vention will be given Martin Goldstein. MILK BOY is mode in Switzerland-thai genuine imported Swiss Orvyere just right for the YIDDISHE GESHMAK Feature the Finest Swiss Gruyoro at your dairy meals and supper spread s —the per* feet treat far "ice-box oaniffs". C Here n it Milkboy • Not iil GVeie* t ery fines! fhero i, (rcjh mode I* &•" and imported by Boidtn le eW| Tiddithen lo'o*. Keep Milkboy Bd I" — so delkioul, nourishing ond roiy %  ] witfc soupi, soladi. in tondwkkn, between-meal snotki And, of cent. rife treol for ict-boi Qoniffi. Gl Mitt your grocer't todo, I DISTRIBUTED BY THE BORDEN CHEESE COMM*. TfTUY TEA IN A IAS* That's the fine old Jewi** "H joy tea at its fint .flavor 0j| Tctley for fullest J l *fV ( i Ution .. • richer taste end phs** served in a gliw or cup! a— a a aj %  % % %  —! %  % %  <^nv' eaaraateed Kesaer'AM0NS PHWIII ; c KOSHI*. Distribute ll-ORADf FOOD CO 7200 N.W. 2*th Avenue



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2. 1955 >d Plans Two-Day Bazaar BWerhood of the Iemeals cooked by Fi^^rhood mem^jll hold a bazaar | bers will be served rf c SJ|f tS-^L F **"r*''.*U ''U -booths (or ,; if /J198 SW 24th ter. house furnichin| s< p an(s ^OJ ,,-ill continue all dajrj ties, jewelry coameUcs, weanml^innen of the event are J apparel and remnants of all -ypes 2T WUlwJ" Dickson.lAlso sched^gd are booths lor ch. V ferry B*pn airfplren. witl^j c^ >a „ ^^ sooutjipcd that; JsMfen k 1 Mm Jfcf Auxiliary Schedules !" nds for Hospital !wm W card P Sv a, 0 ,?,.' wel.^ .t" 0 '" MediCal "*"i m !" f ?K Jerry POncher is **& man rf the event and Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld, cexbtirman. Jaq 7B second %  >$. DoiMMrstea fo Appear On Befh David Program Tuesday, Dec. 6. in the Beth David auditorium, is the date for Beth David Sisterhood's, Torah luncheon. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag, who will highlight the afternoon with a musical presentation of "Songs for Torah," Torah luncheon is also slated at the Algiers hotel on Dec. 15. Chairman is Mrs. MbrrN Rabinowitz. Cochairman is Mrs. Frank Rose. v ^ USU MID lM !" ** %  AND THE YEAR AROUND Jt New! Sunswoet Cooked Prunes — ready to serve TA'AM GAN EDEN Made from the finest apples in Apple Land MOTT'S \ -douce 7//' MOTT'5 FAMOUS KOSHER PRODUCTS K Rich, natural Sunswoet Prune Juice • no sugar added Rich, natural Mott's Apple Juice no sugar added I UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION



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+ lfml*H*rMtotl Jnday, Mrs. Hubert Saal Mrs. Albtrt Sttmbtr 9 Beachite Ted Saal, iSteinbergs Live Bride on Honeymoon In Coral Gables Son of Miami Beach resident Mrs. Theodore Saal. Hubert Saal. i lined Mi-. Rollene Janet Waterman, of New York City. Sunday. The noon reremony took place in the home of the bride. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs \-i the ion of Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Lllman, of Daytona Beach A reception in the temple's social hall followed the 4:30 p.m. ceremony at which Myrna Kaplan ; I CJUMS, SC(|UII1S I)()t MlSS SIia|)lI*() S ('lOWIl nan for Mr Saal The couple will travel to the British West Indies on their wedding trip. rilnuins Return From Honeymoon The David Murry Cllmans are honeymooning in Havana following Mr. Steinberg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinberg, of 3165 SW 18th st. His brother, Harold, of Fresh Meadow. NY., was best man. t'shers included Sidney J. Berman, brother of the bride: Robert Allan Case, cousin of the bride; David Berman and Ira Segal. MM. Marvin Jacobs served as maid of honor and Har net Rand, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Albert Lllman. of Ridgeland. S.C., served as best man for his brother, and Mark Einhorn, cousin ol the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Washington. D.C., will be the temporary home of newly married Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jules Gutterman. The bridegroom is a military intelligence research specialist for the government. Rabbi Leon Krpnish officiated Sunday at the double ring, candleStrictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES BAR MtTZVAHS Iran 25 J 1,000 HOTEL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUL HERMAN ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD Telephone JE 1-0811 <^fn the r^ealm of ^5ociet\j | ytfuttfidet j46iuit *} Many prominent clubwomen and leaders n honored Mis. f v. Doehew at reception last week^n ^ *1 of the Algiers hotel iy h, the fiancee of Roll.V* % % %  i at the University of Miami medical school. ""*• I The affair featured a "No Men Allowed theme w. taking a tough exam precisely at that moment e u of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patron, Boca Raton realtors V, ,he are the Rudy Biumi, Miami Beach. Rudy is the u „n T "* ist about town. w kno Pouring coffee were Mrs. Malvina Waits Liebm* anca Pick, taking the occasion also to chat with Mr V **"' Fink and her mother; Mrs. MOMS Kriagar % %  • %  • jwn about their Listening in wen Hal*, A Mind.in. Mrs. P. rry FlaiS-lK 8 iirdirie's SUA&UA* -fajtoortj the honre of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. oft MIAMI MIAMI REACH FT. LAUDERDAIE WIST PALM REACH lieht ceremony at the Algiers hotel. The bride is the former Arlene Sandra Shapiro, daughter of Mrs. Philip Shapiro. 701 SW 44th ct and the late Mr. Shapiro. Mrs. Shapiro and the bride's brother, Albert, gave her in marriage. Alencon lace trimmed the bride's silver-white silk gown made on princess lines. Seed pearls and sequins were embroidered on the sweetheart neckline and the full skirt fell into a cathedral train. Pearl and sequin-trimmed headpiece held her fingertip illusion veil, and she carried white "roses and orchids on a prayer book, a gift J of the bridegroom's mother. Mrs. Jerome D. Cohen was her sMej's only attendant Mr Gutterman. son of Mr and Mrs Sol (iutterman. 1455 Michigan ave., Miami Beach, chose Alvin Atlass to be his best man. Ushers were Jerome I) Cohaa and Dr, Herbert Goldberger. The bride is a Miami High graduate and attended the UM. through Eurooe and Israel. Beach publicist, Mrs. Leo Arthur DcGutt. Telling her own anecdotes about a South of the RnH Mexico was Sue Zukemiek. who recently returned here wTi. Harry n W RRfDE-ElfCT IS TEACHER ONLT HAS ETES fOK BOBBY Eva chose a lovely pink brocade sheath creation with n shoes. Despite the "No Men Allowed" theme. Rudv rnanaced in for a few moments toward the end of the reception a I dentally, had her own story to tell. It was all about a New York Times magazine feature at desegregation in Baltimore elementary schools. A class which been teaching was picked to illustrate the article, and showed •, of wide-eyed youngsters listening to lovely teacher Evt The we is Dec. 25, to be followed hy a Nassau honeymoon and hou<*ke in a Coral Gables apartment. The bride-elect told quests her 1 is the better cook of the two so far. THREE CEIEBR4T/0NJ IN OWE AT THE MNTAINERLE4U Temple Emanu-EI's mortgage burning dinner Sunday evenii the Fontainebleau featured two side celebrations in the mi festivities, a huge cake, replete with candles, was brought to the I table to surprise Temple president Samuel Friadland on the of his birthday. "You shouldn't have done it." Sam told the more than 700 gathered in the grand ballroom, "but I'm glad you did." While a of happy birthday ditties were being sung, dinner chairman Talianoff prepared to announce the 31st wedding anniversary and Mrs. Joseph Rose. Mrs. Irviitff Cypen addressed the gathering in her capacii Sisterhood president Hani chose a stunning red dretf, set off by her dark hair. Hattia Friedland's choice was a gown. Long time winter resident Leonard Gross is hack in his Gables home. Leo spent two months in Europe this summer,. TWO ANNIVERSARIES ON THANKSGIVING DAT Thanksgiving day meant a double celebration (or Mr. Philip Woiu ... On that day, they celebrated the tenth anniver their marriage in Lake wood. N. J., Nov. 24. 1945 Phil and marked ten years of their operation of Royal Hungarian restaurai 731 Washington ave. Over 500 persons attended the affair at the noted kosher estal ment to pay honor to the couple Guests included Rabbit Tiber f Joseph Rakovsky, Jonah Ceplan and Irving Lohrman, who paid to them for their activity in kosher catering Phil and Rose have four children Miriam, Sol and David i Hebrew Academy Three-year-old Jacob makes up the happy some Pioneer Women's delegation headed by Mr$. Euia W also was present to honor the couple Interiors iu-1 • ky 0 R R E I •41 N.E. 125th Strut North Miami, Fie. Ph. PL t~024| HOUSE of mum e!7t •* ,,c,l ef Win, Print. Oils Enoravin-,, Modern Trad.tiw.il — P reesea Unfr.mod PUnfi-i F ,m,n ? — D^ Mounting &f 237 Rlstoy IU. p,. u4k\l Misi Smmirm LesMa Sandra LaskinTrcl To Gerald ltonlTtf Mr. and Mrs Mauri* Laska nounce the engagement f_ daughter, Sandra, to Pvt Bard. The Laskina live *t Harbor dr. Mr Bard is the son of Mr.l Mrs. Alex Bard, of Milwauhaj is a graduate biochemical en at the University of W where he was a member of. Chi Sigma, professional cnji engineering fraternity, "eta tioned with the Army at ronj The bride elect attended; University of Wicunsin and'S at the Unlversit) o( HowR, major is speech education. u a member of Alpha, Ep^ • sorority. so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' KewMnm Charge Aceou*i pay Mating down ... 1/3 your balaoct each moath and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS r n L FUOUR PR0NI J rwww



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Z^MRerkUM i I 1""" r— — Page 9 ff ^ely hancees Eye Calendar For Wedding Dates <5[ %  in hiilh Siegel |jnity Beauty mcs Engaged (itlendin? the Iniversity Judith Frances Siegel Davidson lapgement is being anby the parents of the Mr. and Mrs David H. I N. Broadualk, Hollyof Massachusetts. Jui junior art major at the rof Miami She is sweetDelta Phi fraternity. bridegroom is the MR Davidson 420 Gr/J Miami Shuns, and the Davidson Formerly of Sheldon attended City WN.Y. and the I niversity jjL He is a past president Phi. He entered the tices Nov 21. pie are planning a wedttfc summer of 1956. Lamm Will Mr. Wcisscl I rued high al a family ty last week announced I of Susan Lamm and iTeissel Their wedding (place in Miami Beach in was hell at the home loVto-be's parents. Mr. Richard Lamm, 1620 Bia ave n. a graduate of Mitt high school where she >r of Quill and Scroll fwaj Honor Society, is "3ing the University of pal son of Mr and Mrs. of 462(i (iranada, ••graduate.! from ValMilitary Academy and *ty of Miami School of ^ownudym^,, theUnijhami Law School, he %  wr of Iron Arrow. ff and Mark Ijonin Nassau j.*larkandlii. ttride. the LJanoff. are in Nas,*' Mom. s k0 p offiiat*,, P „ m ( ,r '''nony in '* Riviera dr.. Cora! i*"** of h famiUes AWll Florence ffub.'n Rubin, Fern Plan For Spring Weddinc After a spring wedding. Florence Rubin and Ronald N. Fern will reside in Miami. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. S. Meyer Klein, of Lewis town. Pa., and Matt Rubin, of Pittsburgh. She is a graduate of the I'niversity of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She is living at 1485 Bay rd. Mr. Fern is the son of Mr and Mrs. Michael R. Fern. 214 NW 84th st. He is a graduate of New York University where he studied accounting. Miss Dubler Fiancee Of Businessman Planning to be married in March •re Miss Leila Harriet Dubler and Joseph Louis Jaffe. The wedding will take place in Beth David Synagogue. Announcement of the couple's plaris eames from the parents of the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Dubler. 1636 SW 19th st. Mr. Dubler is a pioneer Miami rest dent and has made his home here since 1912. The prospective bridegroom is 'the son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Jaffe. 1895 SW 11th ter. He ati tended schools in Newark. N.J.. I served four years in the Navy and is associated in the furniture business with his father. Miss Dubler is a graduate of Miami high school, where she was a member of the orchestra and Entre Nous. She attended the University of Miami and now is em! ployed by Larry Marks Wholesale Dress Co. attended the ceremony. The bride wore white lace over blue taffeta and a short, rhinestone-studded veil. She carried a white orchid. Leo Mark was his brother's best man. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ulanoff. 5950 SW 16th st.. were hosts at a reception for the bridal party and family members at the Colony restaurant. Among the guests were the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and lira Morris Mark, who traveled here from Houston, Tex. Miss Marilyn Goldstein Late December Rites For Miss Goldstein Late Decemher wedding in Orlando will unite in marriage Miss Marilyn Carol Goldstein and Norman A Roasman, Jr. The couple's betrothal was announced at a reception Saturday niRht in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rossman. 4455 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Miss Goldstein is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goldstein, Orlando. A native of Charleston, S.C.. she was graduated from Rivers high school and Rice Business college In Charleston she was active in the Dock Street Theater. She also attended the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago and is now executive secretary with Southeast Steel Sales Co. in Or. lando. Mr. Rossman is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he j was a member of the debating team and active in other campus affairs. He majored in business administration, is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi and a real estate broker in Orlando. i i Mist Leila Dubler Mist Susan Lamm Alberts Announce Lorraine's Troth; Couple Met at Temple Israel Social Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Albert, forof Mechanical Dentistry. Weddings • Receptions • Meetings LuncUem and All Private Parties BISCAYNE IBVWMJ MOTEL iam?$ OnlpWew B^yfront Hotel Private Roam Seating from 10 to 500 CHARLES MA*..."Still Your Host" 9-3792 Fill PABKINO 340 BISCAYNE tOULiVARD merly of New York City and resi( dents of Miami for the past 8 years. | announce the engagement of their i daughter. Lorraine, to Richard J. Berger. The Alberts reside at 1040 :SW 22nd ave. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Berger, formerly of | Rockaway Beach, N.Y., and now of 1717 SW 17th ct. Miss Albert attended schools in New York City and graduated from { Miami Senior high school in June, 1949. She received a scholarship 1 to Charron-Williams Commercial • College from which she graduated. Since moving to Miami, she has been active in B'nai B'rith organizational activities. She is past president of ALS B'nai B'rith Girls, I Star chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women and past advisor to Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls. She has been employed as secretary to Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, for the past several years. Mr. Berger attended schools in Rockaway Beach, N.Y. He is a graduate of Far Rockaway high school anu the New York School He is a member of the United States Naval Air Reserve and has served for the past seven years. The couple met at a social affair of Temple Israel Young Adults held at Naples, Florida, and plan to be married January 29, 1956. 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Page 10 B Services In "Jewishthjrktcyy hold 5:15. HEBREW ACADEMY will Friday evening services at Saturday morning services are at 9. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz, will become Bar Mitzvah. Rabbj Alexander Gross will preach on the Ui'kly Portion. Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by .Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., with Sunday services at 8 a.m. NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER, will hold late Friday evening .-trvices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramuwitz will officiate and preach i on: "Pride or Prejudice." Hosts at the Oneg Shabbat will be North | Shone Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and the Auxiliary. Saturday morning services are at 8:45. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Lane, will be Bar Mitzvah. Services will be devoted to the Jewish National Fund. Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portion of the liturgy Choir iunder the direction of Eli Samuels. • Houses S Y MAtYdft f S CREATE) MIAMI ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTB—uti • 7lh Rabbi lima. KvT. %  ETM ISRAEL CONOREQATION 40-i Prairie ivf. Orthodox. Rabbi H l*'iil* Jtotlin.in. '-.,' %  •t. Orthodox, % ^^$m$%6&VI P^r^, **m Hmkki Abraham Norton "Power of rait*" ^AMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8 15. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will discuss the first in a series of BoYChange of Name — A Change of Destiny Torah class follows Kid dush. i • • BaWH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor moos on: Conservative Judaism." Stern will discuss. "Should Israel Saturday morning services are at I 8:30. Sonia. daughter of Mr. and.' Mrs. AI Rosenberg, will become Bas Mitzvah. The Rosenbergs will be hosts at the Oneg Sabbat following Friday evening services BETH EMETH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services i 7 30. Herbert Buchwald will ofliciate and discuss; "Preparation for Chanuka choir will aaaiat Saturday morning services are at 9:30 • R BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA TION will hold Friday evening aerVic .:• 5 15. Rabbi Ada Becker will officiate and discuss: "A Strange Meeting of Brotherclass in Talmud is Saturday morn Bl H. Sendee* commence at 8 30 a n Class in Bible will be U • r i um. followed by Mincha and SI alos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs Jo i ii SwarU a 'II be hosts BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Pridaj evening services at 5 15. Saturday, morning services are ai 8:30 Rabbi Sbtnaryahu Swirskj Mill officiate and preach on: "History Does Net Banaal Iti i.'ins Gertenhaua will render the musical portions of the liturg) Junior lerv'ees anal 10 a m. m Yeabiva Hall. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami \vill hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jo.seph Narot will I h 0 How Our Concept of Death Determines Our Concept of CANDLEUGHTING TIME Kialov 17-5:11 pjn. k %  taVoV Ahratunwi TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM tin Cftaowtvo. Liberal, 'BMral L*on tvrcmia Pantwr Samuel Kelt-mer. TEMPLE EMANU-EL-1701 Waahlnaton ivf. Conservative. Rabbi Irvin* Lelirman. Cantor Philip BrunuMi • ELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONOREQATION—J01 -SI 1 \Vashln*tun ave. Orthodox KaJ.bi Tibor Stern. Caator Maurice M.uiwh.-N lnm "BETH TFILAH CONOREQATION—S.'. Kurild aVe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo. iph K. RBckovak) HEBREW ACADEMY—SIS 6th at. Orthixlnx. Rabbi Alexander Uroaa KNESETH ISRAEL CONOREQATION—HIT. Buclld av. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah i: r.iplnn Cantor Abraham Heir. TORAH TEMPLE—12.M Wast av. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham sad Lou • CORAL QABL B *ajam jSbSi n fli T T Palermo avo. Liberal. Rabbi CORAL CABLES JEWISH CENTER 1..'" Monil Bkop Cantor Irving Rol.lnaon ZAMORA JEWISH CBNTEH-14 Zaniora Leon lint-wilt. Cantor Rudolph Drill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI ave.. Conservative Rabbi 1!. BETH RAPHAEL CONQREQATIOM—lli NW 3r?' ave. .Orthodox. Rabbi Ai ie llt'.ki'i. a n d F T -AUDERDALE Monroe lit Hollywood Haye a Sanhedrin?" Saturday morning services are at 8:30 Subject of the lennon is -The People of which Book?" Cantoc Mauriee Mamchea II render the musical portions of the liturgy Class in Bible is .,t 4 is p.m. Daily aarv ire scheduled for 7:31) a m and 5 p.m. • • AGUDATM ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Fridav evening services al 5:15. Saturday morning tervicea are al Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and discuss "Guard US Against Our Friends Mincha is ; ,t 5 pm ., f 0 |. lowed bj Shalos Seudos and Maariv Daily services will he at 8 am. and r, 30 p m with Sunday servil I al !l • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridav c\enini> serv Wea at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okolica w-ll discuss -•Look' Looks Upon the American Jew Cantor Maurice Neu will rander the musical portions of the liturgy Lucille Moore directs the choir Saturday morning services are at 9 Marson of Mr and Mrs. Philip HOLL YWOOD TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD CllB— %  )hi ltabbi Kamurl 1..I.T TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD ?M0 I'olk JO.. Hullvwood. Conservative. Rabbi DavM Shapiro Caijtot YehudaV HelmMrmv ton rr,m TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDEROALE-lgOl South Andrewa ave Kt. Lauderriale. Itebirm. Rabbi Marlus Hanson HI A L E A H MIAMI -SPRINGS HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER—>31 Raat 4th ave Conaervatlve. NORTHEAST TEMPLE l8RAEL-^-IJ7 NK 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Kmerlni*. Cantor Jacob rWnitetn • TIFBRETH ISRAE4. NORTHSIDE CENTER -7SS00. North Miami ave Confteliatlvo. Rabbi Abraham Ji.raon Cantor Albert UlalMa. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION—i:*0l NW Kth ave. FLAGLER-ORANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—00 NW ;it B Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm ^ NORTH MIAMI NOR o TM .P AOE JKW, *H CENTF.R-m.10 Weat Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry iikollra. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONOREQATION161th at. and NK 11th ave. ^•rvative. ltabbi luaac bferw. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION— ?3SS Coi.l Way Conservative. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE-Xi:. S\V Xrd ave ConMervutlve. Rabbi raaku> Roaenbem Csatoi William W Up BETH EL CONGREGATION :, av I'rthodox. I:..l.l.i Simon April Cantor llcrele Keletnor. WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTERr.720 SW 17th at. Conservative Rabbi AKiid Wu.Miian. Gateman. w ,|| bL-J v '\ Cantor lrXZfih ioru m come Bas Mitzvah. Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Granoff, will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER Bar Mitzvah. p.m. Mincha will be at 5 Emeritus of £"<• Minn, saturg; Mr and Mrs. H Ue tt Jeffrey Laird, son of k?" Murray y r vi< J' Mitzvah. Rabb UhL cuss the Weekly PW Brumn? d 53 PnL become £,1 vah. Rabbi Uo Heim will and chant the liturgy Hij will be based on the Wttttl JonMincha is at 5 p.m., I by Maanv. Daily services, a.m. and 5 p.m. • ISRAELITE CENTER J tnday evening services Saturday morning services a 8:30. Rabbi Morton Malaraj officiate, with Cantor Sam, kow rendering the musical I of the liturgy Mincha is p.m., followed by Shalos I Daily services are at 7:30 n. 15 minutes before sundown MONTICELLO PARK CC„ CATION will hold Friday e services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi! Lerer will officiate and prea the topic: "Fundamental pies of Judaism Saturday ing sen Ices arc at 9. Rabbi; will discuss: The Basis forj promise." Daily services wl at 8:30 am and 5 p.m., pn by a lecture on Midrash BETH ISRAEL CON TION will hold Friday e services at 5 10 p.m. Sa CORAL GABLES icwitu rcaa I morning ^ mi <" arc at 9. TaVaiihul. I JEWISH CENH Louis Rottman will officia I B h ,al d o n wf y e .! en,ng **"" P r each on the topic: "A Ml um :I i-.w* ? 1 u ms Sk Pierat.on/ Class in Bible w,l, hold^iday evening services | TOttS! Sing ^S ^^^3^ at 5.JO. Late services are at 8:30.1 Book Month Subject of the ser* s i dl L' > oii N€uaos when Rabb, Alfred Waxman mon ,s -Genfle Reactions to J?wpT' 0 "* nZ ,^h KK," R f, !" d Wrong ,vh '^als.\ Candle blessing will Pm Oneg Shabbat will follow Satur; be led by MrV David Gateman and M1AM HEBREW SC H00l 9,1 Miss Sophie Schwartz. Saturday CONGREGATION will hold when Stanley Clyde, son of Mr. morning services are at 9:45. Marand Mr>. Kenneth Surloff. becomes tin. son of Dr. and Mrs David '-.'...."." vui -UIK.-V|U 1)1 —• %  mi. .um Mrs. l'(l Lilt." Saturday morning services Abel Wl become Bar Mitzvah. are al ll Michael, son of Mr. and lira. Norman Todd. will become Bar Mitzvah. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday nu Bervkea at 830 Rabbi Abrahaai Herson will preach on the topic: I he Power of Fajth Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy Sat Ill-dag morning service* are at 9 Subject of the sermon is: "A Dr. Rosenberg Will Address ZVS&SX: Annual Meet of Community Center >i Yaakov HiKi.nh. rn BETH DAV will hold Friday at 8 If, Rabbi YaakovlosenUrg will officiate and preach „ n Iapa and Life Analyze Jews and Judaism." Cantor William W LipMn will render the tlusical por tion.N of the liturgy Saturday morning services are at 9 Ivan son of Mr and Mrs John Feller' wll be Bar Mitnah Junior services are at 9:J0 a.m. KNESETH IERASL CONGRB CATION will hold Friday evening wvieea at 5 p.m. First late serv *** JS. setson commences at Rabbi Jonah Caplan will in Dr Benjamin. B Rosenberg, ex ecuUve director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be guest speaker at the fifth annual meet ing of the Greater Miami Jewish < 'immunity Center Tuesday evening. Dec. 13, at the Center s Town Branch. Una. Juliu.s Weiner. chairman, Wednesday revealed that the meeting will feature the annual election ol officers and board of nt rc na 'n. He received his Doctor of Phil hJJT 4 "? BB !" SHOLO will WOP** degree in 1935 at J„h n 'preach the second ,n a series of Z **—"? d,rector h h two sermons on: The Po n 0 ^ r "^ n W 'or the success1 the Jew in America rJ"• Z" fU ? ndUCt of ,h ^ Annu.l C„n,.„„ 1 the Jew in America Today Satur 1H .. "* AnnUal Combin day morning services are at 0 I ZX^rT^ LT ^ ^ I R^.W.^.r Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and hX". wel"?.^ "l"^"^ ...mm,*** Mrs. William Yanowitz, wil, I* 11| jeJl^^"" Or. Itmjmmim *itaarf & M ,G\Jsr BRO^ HYt !i evening services at 5:30 p.mJ urday morning services are al Rabbi Simon April will off and preach on the topic: Issues at Stake." Daniel, son i and Mrs. Ruben Cohen, %  come Bar Mitzvah On is at 4:30. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPRll JEWISH CENTER will hold | evening service'at 8:15 pn Donald MichaeNon. directo Hillel Foundation at the Li of Miami, will be uuest speakfl I discuss: "Religion in the SthJ 1 Lester Chenanie will official %  render the musical portions %  l iturgy. Jay Browdt will ; Oneg Shabbat follow %  MONUMiHlS kU H* mi immI Wt i.i*r ***g£ *J& tmtfmmt ia rVaHW ?** i phtmmn m Hit duhachM • rioll l >•• i !" 4 i ctaatttries for th P t Ti. t^. will fail *<[ '7 MrtUtactiM from o to* • whan *• aaaka "• •' ••' p THURMOND MONUMENT CO. m WTT ww 5?*! I M53 S.W. Irh M. f> MAIRUS $40. plas Ceaotttrr <**" 0p ,n sa^r



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iber 2. 1955 %  %  —>'*> : le Sclerosis Sets $100,000 Goal; Drive in December .PIS SIOO.000 Mrs. Dunne WednesHav „.,;'. v ,M ^V\.CI|IUCI kr0M S cts a $100,000 *1JS6 according to Mrs. „ Dunne, president of EvMMbh" nursing hortc Ltfmd; M* r<-<-'-"-ch. rehabilfcnees. wheel chairs and ",'l*Mor afflicted persons. Mrs. Dunne Wednesday estimat ed that more than 250.000 nervm*. I throughout the United States have E tiple sclerosis, for which mcdi-J has not yet found a cure. rter Miami ehapter is one of [the 00 in the United States, and I there are seven in foreign coun-1 tries. for Mr ,i 1 ,, ,oT S,a,ed hc kick with h, cam Pa'8n will .tart ',. the annu l canmster fund, rais.ng drfve. on Dec. 0. la Mr and Mrs. Stephen c ()n t„s members of the hoard of directors "i Multiple Sclerosis, have been named chairmen of the Super ; Market Brigade that will cover 65' -uper markets in the Greater Mi-! "" *J^l*M ec 9 and 10 and v ( >e atwisted by members of the Mi %  '** d ,: ^ 7. "w n*c. t2, atx?tfr*800 mcmfiffi of Miami Moose Louge No. 1597! will cover downtown Miami. ac-| Page 11 B cording to Henry Ransburgh. vice president of MS. governor of lodge. Mrs. Dorothy Marcum has be"en appointed chairman of the Hialcali and Miami Springs cannister drive, and Btrrt Loebl, member of the hoard of directors '6f MS, has been appointed chairman of the special gifts committee. QT he Sh a b b os Coffee A Product o/ Gtoera! Foodi % 



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Page 12 B +JmisiiFkrkiiam **M Frid Howard Paul Hauser. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Hauser. will celebrate his Ear Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 3. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Howard is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach High School and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Elliott Kati to be Bar Mitzvah Elliott is an eighth grade student Harry KatZ, lOOl S. 2ti!h eve., Hollywood, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Dec 3. at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Cross will officiate. The Bar Mit/vah will conduct the Musat services and will read the complete Sabbath portion from the Scroll. Following the services. Kiddush will be held at the Academy in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. Elliott is an eight grade student at the Academy. Jeffrey Laird Savedoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friend, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 3. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Jeffrey is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach High School and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Fellers Will Host Synagogue Ivan Feller will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Dec. 3, of Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William Upeon rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Ivan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feller. 1S4S SW 18th st.. Miami The Fallen have been active members at Beth David for more than ten yean. Mr. Feller is now serving as a member of the Beth David board of directors. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School and has been attending Beth David religious school for the past five years. At Shenandoah. Ivan is an active member of the school's film club. F'loral offerings will be presented by his parents to adorn the altar at Sabbath services. The Fellers will also be hosts at Kiddush, as well as at the Tallis and Tefilin club Sunday morning in honor of Ivan's Bar Mitzvah. lay, in Honor of Son l4K but fcllw David Cohen Will Address Congregation Saturday Daniel Ira Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Cohen. 922 SW 2nd st., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 3, at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Daniel attends Kda Merritt Junor high school. He is in the band ind is secretary >f his class. He %  s also a pupil in the religioui tcbool of Miami Hebrew School Daniel will conduit Mrviee* and address (he congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. More About Brides... Wedding Bells Honeymoons. J BIRTHS MT. SINAI HOSPITAL— Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Hersch Rermnn Nov. 24 Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Israel Abrams. Nov. 21 Son born to Mr. and Mrs Louis Sidweber. Nov. 23. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David Wenger. Nov. 22. Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lavin. Nov. 20. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cranman. Nov. 19. Daughter Horn to •>, .-.•m' Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg. Nov. 17. Doughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sandier. Nov. 12. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Daniel Heller. Nov. 11. Ardmor* ROBERT GRANOFF, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granoff. 4495 Jefferson ave., will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 3. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Robert, a student in Beth Sholom religious school, is in the eighth grade of Nautilus Junior High School. Do-it-Yourself HJgh Stylos Have Top in Everything -nethlng new la the „# do-it-yourself %  erafti can be d JS ,ho new ^ h n "'"''"' I at 152o M\ 27h ave Miami. T h.s shop specializes in supplies and fixla I for all s„r,s of handirraf in the way of beadwork. sea shell jewelrv luppllea. fashion rim. bags, baubles, buttons and bows. Candlelight Rites Unite Miss Waldman And Mr. Durmaskin A candlelight ceremony at the Saxony hotel Nov. 26 united Gloria Ruth Waldman and Norman Durmaskin in marriaee. Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the double ring ceremony, assisted by Cantor Samuel Kelemcr. The bride is fhe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Waldman. 9623 East Broadview dr. Bay Harbor Islands. The brideornom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Durmaskin. of New Brunswick. N. J. The bride, given in marriage bv her parents, wore an original ballerina-length gown of white imported hand-made French grasse j laee. fashioned off the-shoulder. ;with long Queen Victoria sleeves. A lace Juliet cap adorned with pearl held her four-yard fingertip illusion net veil. She carried a white mother-ofi pearl Bible with white orchids and tube roses. Her only jewelry was a matched string of pearls, a gift of the brideeroom. Miss Phyllis Myra Waldman. sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. She wore a shell-pink ballerina net gown embroidered in silver leaves She carried an old faahloned bouquet of white carnations and pink roses Leonard Durmaskin served as tiest man for his brother A recention in the Veranda room immediately followed the cere mony. After a honeymoon in Havana and Nassau, the couple will reside at 30 South Shore dr., Miami Beach. Outdoor Chanuka Menorah To Be Dedicated on Beach Huge, outdoor Chanuka Menorah will be dedicated at Bath Jacob Congregation Friday evening, Dec. The Menorah is a gift of Vicki and Steve Mechanic, children of Mr. and Mrs William Mechanic, members of Beth Jacob board of directors. The Menorah is beinr; dedicated in honor of the donors' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Mechanic. %  lus-t about everything imaginable to make a pretty blouse or to decorate a stylish handbag is available. Of immediate interest are the high-style imported Italian Uraw "Tote" bags that this >h op has on -ale as an opening special. They come in natural, aqua. pink, white and black, and if bought in a Lin coin rd shop, would cost close to ? 2 rr, 5" S, u ,he Do Yourself craft Shop, thev are available for <>niy one dollar in natural straw to %  UH the individual. Instructors are on hand to help and bows and ribbons can be found in th shop for only pennies Sea shell jewelrv it another nice handicraft, and so easy All kinds of clever costume-Jewelry pieces either of individual design or standard patterns, are available at the shop. Its easy to park at the Do-ItYourself Craft Shop at Tropical Hobbyland. NW 27th ave. and 15th St. Miss Pollane Weds Mr. David Pennel Harriet Jovce Pollane became Mrs David Saul Pennet in 7 30 p.m. ceremonies Nov. 23 at New York s Hotel Shelton Rabbi Morris N. Kertrer officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Ruth Pollane. L239 Alton rd Miami Beach, and the late Samuel Pollane. Mr Pennet s parents are the Samuel Pennets. New York i v i Matron of honor was Mrs Thelma Olifant Joan Pennet and Barbara Pennet were maids of honor. The groom's attendant was Gene Pressel Lewis Mitchell acted as ring bearer. j A former resident of New York City, the bride attended New York State University While in Miami | Beach, she was a member of Ternpie Emanu-KI Young Adults. f mm i ne h lds ,he BS de -ee from Long Island University and ^TT" 113 ; V S,Ud m at Brooklyn' ( L aw School. He will graduate in | June 1956. Phi Lambda Delta s his fraternity. Following a wedding trip to Concord hotel in Kiamesha. N Y ule couple will live in New York.' at^tw* wfww^aww K School Teacher) Outstanding $ And Local Att] Irene Vulgan is the brid aid Kogan. She exchanj with her husband Nov. (p.m. candlelight eeren Algiers hotel. Rabbi Irrl I man officiated. The bride is the dauh and Mrs. Joseph S. Vu NW 14th pi Mr. Koganj are the Morris Koganj,' ave. Maid of honor was Pad Stephen Kogan, the er. was his best man. The bride chose a length gown of peau de! empire waistline bodice | cent sequins and featura lace jacket. The coroo seed pearls and iridescea, with rhi nest ones. Mrs. Kogan is a grading j University of Miami sch cation. She was treasur Zeta sorority, senior edit| and a Hurncanette with f of the Hour. She is currently a Westv.ew l.'lcmentary sch ami. where she teaches fn] The groom graduated DM with %  BBA decree] NCeived his law degree: campus, he waa presidefl Arrow, highest men's vice president of OmicB Kappa, national leader>hl If]. and listed in "Who'd American Colleges and| sities. He was secretary of Delta legal iratcrnity. the I M debate team an intercollegiate debate and southern U.S. inteB champion. In addition.) southern IS mtercollegij pion of the Moot Court. ticed law in Miami B* now serving with the Jackson. S.C. INJOY PASSOVER ml HOME LINES AGfNcr mc. WNOl ACINIt aoa in O MOADWAY, NfW VOM 4. N. Y. 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fc-*ii? = Will Address Local Meetings Hcation and Jewish Community „,,* Mccutive direcGreater Miami at the Bureau of rie • '•''">" J ewish Education building His :£ation. .M P** > n s t uspe r wl ** H,, '• Teach the t during, tsj.jfwwh tommunity." will address," HI Thursday, Dec. the eduea8IXMIMMMI I committees of all .lewi-h jjj, FducarVm eee^em.here have been invited io "the Greater Mihear Dr. Pilch discuss The Pre* 'frferation. I !" 1 National Shortage of Jewish ^^"MfkrMtor, Page 13 B ^deration. i"" 1 "-" „" %  "" ru "' '" -i-ish 5 nr Pilch will Teachers. The open meeting will %  .rV:. ,,.„hers of "* neld at tn c new auditorium of BHebrew i *rs of EL, a t Templf KmanuKdi*"--" Hebw [Trends'," J, u 'h Lducfl Dec. 6. Pr. Pilch I Jewish ^ %  £ -orium of Temple Israel. The American Association for Jewish Education, headed bj Dr Pilch, is a national association of lay leaders whose purpose is to .raise the standards of Jewish edu uheTo, < il, '*' n ,hr u h improvement of the educational and physical as pects of schools, to aid in the de velopment of educational facilities to etrve Jewish fsmilies m rural areas, to encourage the establishment of communally supported |„. cal central agencies for Jewish edu cation where none exist, an( ] t o help create a diversified program for the full development of the educational facilities and program of every ideological group within the community Dr. Pilch was former director of the Jewish Education Association of Rochester, New York, of the Bronx Council for Jewish Educa tion and of the Jewish Education .Association of Essex County. Today, besides his directorship of the American Association, tie is visiting lecturer at the (iraduate School of Yeshiva University He is vice president of Histadruth k rith of America, chairman of the National Hebrew Youth Committee, president of the National Council for Jewish Education wice president of the Religion, Education Association and president of the National Conference for Jewish Social Service. Beth Sholom teenagers enjoy an evening of fellowship as a grouo of Temple Beth Snolom Alumni-NFTY (National Federation of Temple Youth) gather at a recent meeting. They heard Myron Mentsch of Tampa. SEFY (Southeast Federation of Temple Youth) vice president. Lynn Garfunkel. president, and Meridith Weiland. vice president of Alumni, tell about some of their experiences in the youth group's leadership training camps in Wisconsin. Major decision at this meeting was to organize additional NFTY groups at Temple Beth Sholom under the auspices of the Men's club youth activities program, of which Dr. Meyer Eggnatz is chairman. |r. hieh Pilch Frederica Ion Passover ug a tew series of dito the Holy Land. Jlobrinq tourists to Israel jmjijr ho!>da> celebrai 000 ton wa will depart on Mar. iver cruise Irom New The ship will arrive [m Mar 21. stopping at mo and |<* Kafoing travel, in%  anous first c i ass canins • a s well av attractively! |t t cww class cabins, p with private hath or' sL condi,innt 'd dining' ^8er lounges and oth-' rooms, uied outdoor! I*l. deck sports, danc-' %  •films and other shipWas. The ship is also %  • M a kosher kitchen, J*P ervislon "f a well%  Wuch. s are now being booV %  %  8 sailing. Full ltali ,V i,ab,e at a11 %  !" l agencies, or may .W'rom the Home Lines! tfj Broadway, New Y** on Childhood [^wd Here ^"ew exh.h,, featur*y of childhood" U01 South Fed,7j Pom Pano Beach. PUta*. f "<-cutive of fc Wd A1 "ennessy C 7 U,D ecutive. S Retail has been Sw;,,' n ,hc conUteT b u,l,,ln L Bears, he Wo|f ^ *•>• and the %  gland antiques. Top Yiddish Writer Is Miami Visitor Isaac Bloom, noted Yiddish writer, is now in Miami to mark his 40th • nB JN^ B **^ creative art ift. W3 sfMigHt 944 Meridian ave, Miami Beach. Bloom's anniversary also marks the publication of his most recent work, "Anthology of Stories and Poems In all, he is the author of dx published works, including "From Shore to Shore," "In Solitude." "Passage of Years." "Unreal of Life." "A Polish Village." in addition to the Anthology. Bloom has six other volumes of collected works prepared for publication. Many of the noted Yiddish writer's books have been translated into Hebrew and English. Currently on tour throughout the nation in connection with his 40th anniversary, he was recently feted by the Jewish Folks Library of Montreal and the Montreal Jewish community. The Boston Jewish community also honored Bloom at a function late in September. Ballet build, Civic Orchestra Rehearse For New Function Ballet Guild or Greater Miami, under the direction oi Thomas Armour, i now m rehearsal for its presentation of the Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite with 21 dancers Also an important venture for the Ballet Guild will be the work created bj Miami artists, in its music II well as choreography, decor and story. This new ballet, "Beggars' Interlude," has as its composer young 22-year-old Theodore Newman, SOP of Margaret Newman. The story, I scenery and costumes are by Peter Harvey and choreography by Thomas Armour. | Scene for the concert and ballet Will be at the Miami Beach audi-j Itorium on Sunday evening. Dec. I i 18. under the auspices and direc-1 I tion of the Miami Beach Civic orchestra <0 SEAQUARIUM or your own car via RICKENBACKER CAUSEWAY OP** =£r tit*. \0 Itaac Bloom SPECTACULAR FEEDING SHOW 10 AM -12 Noon-2,4,7 and 9 PM 01 V Qfc£ /^A gab ^/r good the ^ bread r -S%1 Thais vl-^ & naturally Rabbi S. M. Machtoi has been elected preeident of the Florida ; Cemetery Aneociation, which! held it* sixth annual convention in Ponte Venlra Beach laat week. Rabbi Machtei is vice president of Mount Nebo Ceme tery here. He was association treasurer since its inception. \ Y'W£NNA -BOHFMtAMRYE'PUMPEM/CIM FfiE/VC// BfiEAD • £6C WISTAUGUST BROS, BREAD •^ *. cu/. %  STMtr, MI/\W;. rt*:0A }6l S-W. tU 6T*tr •U/i 1I/II-I*-M | II u -i. I



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Page 14 B +Jc**tsti fhr/dHan HOMS SWOI1K — \. Chanuka-Christinas Fetes a^Tliornr Issue The question whether joint Christmas-Chanuka celebrations should be observed in the public schools has always been a controversial matter within the Jewish community. This year the controversy is reaching unprecedented heights. Some organica* lions, men as the Aim Detaiualion league of B'nai B'rith. are inclined to think that Christmen-Chonuka observances have proved to be wholesome intercultural experiences for school children. However, the majority of the important Jewish organizations are totally opposed to the observance of Christmas and Chanuka in the public schools either jointly or separately. They argue that any observance of Christmas or Chanuka in public schools violates the American principle of separation of church and state. The American Jewish Committee takes the attitude that while joint religious holiday programs are not recommended, it should nevertheless be recognized that they enjoy a measure of support in some communities And the Committee urges Jewish communities to refrain from raising the issue just before or during the Christmas season since the atmosphere is so charged with emotion at this time of the year. The truth of the matter is that the question of joint Chanuka Christmas celebrations in public schools has always been a puzzle for Jewish parents and a headache for many public school teachers. It maybe good to have a Menorah and a Christmas tree in the classroom and to keep children under the impression that the difference between Christmas and Chanuka is that Christians call their gifts Christmas presents" and Jews call them "Chanuka presents." But there is no denying the fact that while Chanuka is a holiday signifying liberation, Christmas is a deeply religious holiday For many Jewish parents the Chanuka-Christmas celebration in the classroom means that their children no longer ask them "why don't we have a Christmas tree in the house." However, for other parents it also means that their children participate in one-act Nativity plays and in group singing of Christmas carols. It is a sensitive issue, and it is highly regrettable that there is no unity of views on this issue among Jewish organizations OH THE 8 TH1 PHOPM1T. By Stolen, A K h. Arthur Saul Supar. N.w York: •JTPSS^S^P By HILARY MINOLIN SHOLBM ASCH'S concluding book in a five-volume fif Mam/ lon.r r~__i M4 1 u Ml I TO V i lurim \\ — That Old Nazi-Arab Intrigue Among Us While Western diplomats are urging Israel to surrender territory for "peace in our time.** Arab spokesmen in the I'nited States are making speeches reminiscent of Hitler Germany in the Munich area. A member of the West German Embassy staff here, known for his anti-Nazi views, recently reveal ed an ironic turn of events. He reported that Gcrman Ambassador Heinz Krekeler was visited by a iormer State Department Middle Eastern affairs con sultant now employed by the Arabs. The American sought to elicit German support for the Arab MM He suggested that the Germans, of course, recognized '"the Jewish menace." But the German Ambassador was reportedly embarrassed and replied with stony silence. Syrffen Ambassador Farid Zeineddine told a Wash ington audience that American Jews were not really Semites but were mostly Russian Slavs Alleging that Jews pushed" Arabs "out of their homeland." he pointed out that New York was to some extent Jewish and asked: "Why not let Nrw York be a homeland lor the Jews'" Zionist philosophy, he said, entailed "suing governments by hook or crook lor Zionjft purposes Advancing I theory of the Diaspora.' Zeineddine lews, being exiles, do not try to assimilate and their allegiance goes only to Zionism He ed that Jews try to disguise their "pressures" by claiming to l>e victims of persecution, This authority on patriotism was arrested in Syria in 1941 by the Allies as a Nazi agent. He was imprisoned for three years because of his pro-Hitler plotting. Today, however. Zeineddine is accorded honor and respect by the State Department although he uses his position as Ambassador to attack American Jewry The Syrian Government meanwhile is negotiating an arms arrangement with the Communists similar to the Egyptian deal. Another anti Jewish speech was made in Detroit where Dr. Mohammed Eadhil Jamah, an Iraqi diplomat, addressed the Economic Club. Jamali, according to an official British report in 1837 "visited Germany, where he was accorded an official welcome and lavishly entertained. On his return. Dr. Jamali was prevailed upon by the Germans to send an Iraqi delegation to the Nuremberg rally of 1938 The Anti-Defamation League reported that Secre preceded by the lives of Mary. Jesus. Paul and MOST"* B bllcal presented as a novel of the life of the Second ££? h?' H and it is only by wild stretches of imagination th ? 1 ^ s not l It was the Second Isaiah who. when the Judean ex i Deu,w in Babylon, some 500 years B.C.E.. rose uc"ami !" %  Were ^ word of her God on his lips: ", -tTtt^lSrtaSS a rust. Your sins like a cloud; Return to me for I hZ J£*H He it was also who proclaimed Cvrus wh-n i,„ ,k e 1Tl1 n*d| proclaimed Cyrus, when he threate -..... m, u. arcpuciu oi me uora who would liberal* .iL'T sheep of Israel and send them forth to Jerusalem f c Bible. Asch speaks somewhat differently, and I will a moment. Thus vp^i return to OBJ t scenes inter in. r.-titso.v — Assembly Progresses, Human Rights Snas The General Assembly'! Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee has finally got down to reading, article by article, the two dralt covenants intended to put teeth into the high-sounding phrases of the I niversal Declaration ot Human Rights Right off, the CommittM gOl snagged on Article 1 a clause identical in both drafts, granting all peoples the ol -I'll determination. Secretarj General Dag Hammarskjoid had warned ommittee against getting itselt snarled on that issue Israel supported Mr Hammarskjoid. But the anti-colonial nations—including the vociferous members of the Arab League—were insistent Two-thirds ol the year's Assembly session la over, and the first article has not as yet been disposed of. In the two covenants, there are more than 100 articles to considea There is a suspicion here that .ieme delegations are cynical enough to want the death of all Human Rights actions and are using the self-determination issue as their club. On^the other hand, the colonial members, backed by the I'nited States, are also not free of criticism—^ince they would let the Human Let us consider first "The Prophet" as literature tt i because it has no characters who even approach realitv \„ alive for the reader, nor is there one with whom the reader r,!!* The cont.nu.ty of the "story" is weak. Dramatization ^ book reduces .tsef to a series of visions, some taken d.rectlvT Book of Isaiah, others Asch's inventions. Between the vision, after page of description-of Babylonian pageantry and nan* harlot votaries in the temples of Ishtar and Bel Merodach anriVh. and color of their lusts, of the marketplace and its sale of plaster gods. The language is flowery and the repetitious in the very phrasing. Only in the final vision does the book come alive dying in Babylon as the first of the faithful set out for Ju'dea Temple in Jerusalem and meets, in its one clean square the whose namesake he is. The dialogue between the two Isaiahs I nificence and the ring of Biblical poetry. It is unfortunate that cisely this point restraint forsakes me; 1 cease to read as a book I and can read only as a Jew—as an angry Jew. • • t • • ALL THE WAY through the book. Asch has put words in mouth and thoughts in his mind which are not extensions of the! but corruptions of it. Nearly every such interpolation acts as for Asch's belief that the Second Isaiah is the link'* between ( and New Testaments, and thus between Jew and Christian. Such] tary General Abdel Hassouna of the Arab League as "The redemption of the gentiles depended upon the redemp has advised Arab propagandists in the United States' Israel" fall into this category, as well as Asch's insistent emph to exploit the current Middle Eastern crisis by sellj the lines in Isaiah which refer to "Saar Shalom." and which is I ing the idea that Communist gains on Russian penej some as prophecy of the Christian "Prince of Peace In the final \ tration in that area are "due to American Jews and I the younger Isaiah asks why Israel should suffer for other niti| their support of Israel" This line. Hassouna in-, well as for herself, as Asch has him envision it, saving 'Whv structed. "must be sold to the American people not: Jacob by himself pay the full penalty for the iniquities of his b> the Arabs alone, but also by those organizations 1 Esau?" The elder prophet answers: "Since all the responubilit all the yoke of the statutes and judgments were placed upon neck, so his redemption could come only when Esau had been into the covenant that had been made equal with Jacob and not Let the reader beware. These things are fiction, and the da this book lies in Asch's presentation of them almost as though theyl prophetic inspiration and of the same truth as the word of the bf Isaiah heard it. Indeed, I cannot shake the feeling, which saj passages of the hook suggest, that Asch believes himself to prophet of this generation, and that he draws many parallels Isaiah's life and his own. forgetting that most ol Isaiah's life is I projection, and th* similarity of Asch's "mission" lo Isaiahs in the Tinted States ;,nd such various church, school and university groups that are friendly to the Arab cause Rights covenantgel tangled in power politics rather than grant the anti colonials the right ot self-deter 'ponds completely on Asch's own interpretation oi the prophet. • • • • &f SHOLEM Asch's mission, for which he feels thai God luf B> grace, is to bring the Jew and the Christian together. There u m wrong with this desire, certainly it is quite laudable What ill his method, for he goes on to say. in a New York Times interne by preaching tolerance, but by showing the roots where we co gether." It is wrong because Asch would deny the differences in to stress the common root, and this does dishonor to both tra From one root a tree may branch toward heaven on the east and west, and the longer it grows, the farther apart are the two ends. cannot return to origins without uprooting the tree and withering trunks. Can Asch really forget the horror to the Jews which has done in the name of that divergence, or dignify it by saying t suffering is the price of redemption? Must Asch find the purposefulness of creation only by expl the purpose of Israel's chastisement, and thus judge God before questions man? Is he of so little faith—Jewish or ( hr,s,l J n 7: forgets it is man w|p is brutal, and God who is merciful, and MM came a thundering reminder one day twenty-five centuries ago ma ways are not your ways"? The reader must choose between the Isaiah who is I s, '* h Isaiah who is the alterego of Shole^ Asch; that is the only sm fered. It is bitter that Asch must feed his masochism by own people, and that he cannot respect the two great re,l {j"" te ^~ _._, are. without distorting one the better to serve the other He ^ Some Great Films Were on Jewish Themes \?*WSi?Xt&t^^<*!k Asch need not fear his masochism will go hungry mutation One prominent western diplomat told a wellknown Jew here %  lew wars ago that now s not the tune to fifta tor Human Rights. Ill help yOB when the time is ripe This diplomat has lound the time still unripe even now. He would ju,t as soon let i be committee get involved in further discussion of self-determination so that he need not face the next article, on dealing with the right of all peoples to aqmn cultural and economic treatment He works on the principle that the obverse ol the right to live lalso an inherent right-that all peoples, rich and poor alike (to paraphrase Anatole France) have the right to starve, to be ignorant, to die. But the Human Rights covenants are not dead. Maybe only one or two of the more than 100 articles in Use drafts will get their reading this year But there is another Assembly to be convened next year, and still one more the year aftee, and more. The smallpeoples of the world are pushing for their rights And one right they reject is—the right to die. IJ OX i.i TTI If If 1 V — Some time ago. I wrote of the motion picture in dustry's changing attitude toward the production ol films with Jewish themes, particularly pictures based on ancient Jewish traditions and history I said then that, although the great majority of the men who are the directing heads of movie production are of the Jewish faith, they always had avoided making films with obvious Jewish angles, chiefly because they were convinced that the public at large would not accept movies with such themes. I pointed out that, after one or two courageous producers had abandoned this attitude with tremen dous success, the producers as a whole realized that the public would not only accept but acclaim pictures which emphasize Jewish themes just as readily as they would accept and acclaim any other kind of picture—provided the picture itself is good. I mentioned that this new attitude, which began with Iff af-f, H 'OM'ft Darryl Zanucks production of "Gentleman's Agreetnat ment" for 20th Century Fox. reached its latest and is not greatest climax in Cecil B. DeMille's titanic "Ten wh,rh passes in the night Commandments" for Paramount. Since that time, a great many letters have come' to my desk from all parts of the country, most of I them asking the same general question Summed? up, the question is something like this: Since it has' been proved that pictures based on Jewish traditions' and history can be successful, whv can't we have pictures about great modern Jewish personalities who have led dramatic lives and accomplished great things? It is a pleasure to devote this column to answering that question The first—and most be stated in a few words: We ren nd his although he is allowed to enter Israel, his going ana • t marked; neither is he honored there; he is to Israel Al Rosen is Looking Ahea< important—can There is no reason what ever why there cannot and should not be motion pictures about the lives and achievements of out standing modern Jewish personalities Al Rosen is keeping an eye on the day when he'll no longer be able to play baseball — a time which comes for the best of them —and will have to find other ways of earning a living. At present, Ail is working for a brokerage firm during the off season He's been doing this for now. and U J planning to go into • %  ,er the playing da* ,,s interesting to now happens to m.n> of the after they re no longer diamond, gridiron some time the ring lie or wherever their



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pec^iber 2. 1955 N0TIC1 ^% F w T ,T,OUt £?*MM:K''V OIVKN that m* KviTi'.r<*TIOM, a F T \ mKN r llo>1B IMt LI0AL NOTfCl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLOR IDA. IN CHANCERY. No 1M7M loSi:i-M MA.IKWSKI. I'UlntKf vn JKNNIJ-: C. MEJJCfVSKI. lcfen1 21' r,CE JNOIR J5CT.TIOOt JH&EHV IVW that SJnfdI Swlrli* '" ,n *"* '" "rfirth. M Htln I* %  ""•• f K#NTC< a" 5 W hU m ] -' •' ,ml i I %  IntenSJ U foRS '' > %  .£ IN Bole OHM SUN KAI-LAW ^::rrom,i. court fountv, n Wa „_„., JOHN TOjjpl. fjjl wn r Kpr AND M: \ \ I I /. nfer J^hn T" 1 Jinn Kulldinn 1 — Hid UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW T ig HEBKItV <:iVEJf that Mtenf.1. tfulrnis i" mPW I" .under tha fklltl"U Mliif of far IT V SKItVU-K STATION*. j| \v \ wniH-, Oim r lVri rep-later ,ith Ih* Cl.rk of the 'lri of IwdiCounty. Mdrlda. HAYW 1IKARD Ifcc p SOLOMON .l-U iRdad M I '• 'I' '" %  '*'*• rj ;->-" %  CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HERKI'Y OIVBN that jUfntA. rlcaii n to i-ncaac I" IBidfr thf fl.utioua name of ;BAV APARTMENTS, at 96* mil* lale. Miami |IU.. Intr-necember. ISi".. otherwise ;i Judnnenl by default \*lll be taken again*! you for the relief requested t!i. Dated at Miami. DorMa. thin Mh day of November, 19.'..". B II. MOATHBRM AN Clark, ("in nit Court Dade Counlv. H..i By W.M \v RTOCKINO Deputy Clerk HRNP.Y M. CAIN Attorne) for Plaintiff !5:o \V. tfasler Street. Miami. Plot Ida II/11-18-25 13/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTICB l IIKUF.HY OIVEN that the underftlKlied, tie air Ins !•• bnalncaa under the flrtltlour nai HOLIDAY norsK, at nil N Mlai Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intel rca-lster raid iiapw with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude Count* Florida. S AM BUILDERS, INC HEYMOCIl I! MERMAN Attnrrtr* for S ft M Pulldera. Inc. 11/11-2$ — ll/Z-9 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y CIVKN that the. iinderaluned. ile^lrliy; to enffaRe In bualnene under the fiitltlou.name r.f R_\YM-N FABCrr.S STEAK IIOI'KK ft CiwKTAIl. I.OINCK. al 1*410 BltCMJ'rtf lU\ii N Miami, Intend to reglatrr s.ild n line with th. Clerk of the Circuit'Court of Dnde Countv. Florida. HERSIF.RT StTINEIl 1KI1 CMAP.I.KS Ul>SI:N|:! KESRI^ER ft UARR Attorncja for Aptdl'-ants 1782 W. Hiicler SI. ll/l*-fc — 12/2-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Ifl HEREHT OIVEN the underflfned. deslrUre to encacIn business under the flrtltlous nai THE KEN-AKT STl'DIOS at !•"> Pay Koad. Miami Reach. Intend to rcklster said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade fount}. Florida. DAN IFL CARMN BEN CUTLER H/ll-18-:.-. 12/1 [COUNTY JUDGES* COURT FOS DAOE COUNTY. IN PROBATE. No. MSN ESTATK I r" L UNETEK Y. I>ecciued TEE TO CREDITORS 4ltom ind All persna* llavi or Demand" Aaahwt Raid [t*4 Heh n( \,„] are' herehjr %  lad req-ilreii to preaenl aay f ud demanduhlrh you, or pr of > "u. may ha\r asainat the | intAEl, I.INrTTZKT, de%  Sk of Middle--* County, New % lo the Honorable County MlViiie Countv, and tile the k their office.-, in ihe County *••* in I>ad. e-niinty. Florida, m\ calendar m..ntha from the Itte firnt publication her.-of. %  jim ndemands to contain of the .-Innnattt and -*ntnand iir'-..:itrd .-m aforeiryut, win !. .,] Sr ,. ,.,.. -*]lofthe ij l-„bate Act. p*vemher u "AP.1ARFT KI.KIMER JACK I.INKT AI administrate!. ,, the put, „f [UEL UNETZKT, ,. Deceaaed. 'A RUEDMAN 9 'or Admi!i-.-.tr.it.,rs NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. deelrlnB to engage In bUflnftMi under th* fictitious name of rROYlDENT, RL'H.I'BK.S. a division at PMTITIDENT HOME IMPRtJVKIfENT CO.. intend* to register said name with the .de County, ^IR,',^ 1 1 A %  Tl'ltlNO CO. IBMc 1,101 NA£C ER F| CTITIOUS f ... ME L *w W,"' 1:!:; '' IVM that !l4i., '-. -neage in K5L l ^,.1'Ml-iou. nam e of L HVnd. |„, NI v venue. Wtfyvs '• '••'" said .," ida. j t M'H.U.Y In,' h u "' Miami, na. ; 1 ^ D E tK L ;wT,T,ou ~ ^ : I KANT, at U Wd li Intends *"• ^cK |Mtcant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT'ICF IS HEREHT GIVFTN that the undjralgned. dcalrtug to engage In hualness under the fictitious name of POPS IN. at SI NE. J*th Street. Miami, riorlda. Intend > register laid name with the Clerk of th. circuit Court of Dade Count}. Florida WM. R. DAVIS EH MA T. DAVIS HENRY M CAIN Attorney for Applicants 2S20 Wiit Flagier St.. Miami. Honda 11/11-11-2 5 — 1 2/2 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CII IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name pi SlltiW PAR. at HOT N.W. J.th Aye., intends to register said name w'th tmClark of the Circuit Court of Iaile County, Florida. WILLIAM 1 0REOOR1. Solo owner KE8St.FR ft CAfw Attorneys for ApBleant in2 W. Flagtcr St ll/ll-ls-25 — IS : ^____ NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage !>> buslne** under the fi. tlUou"jme of AI.S HAH. at 2140 N.W. 3*th St.. Intends to register aaid name withi the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FViOd... M INK ^ KFSSI.F.H A OARS AttorneY* for Applicant 1T*2 W Magler St. 11/11-18-25 — 12/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME CAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. dcdSrtSf t<• WJS* bualness under the fl-'l 1 ions .IHIJK O IIFKY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at 2S41 B.W. 17th St. intend to NgWj; eald name with the Clerk of the • cult Court of r 'y. s SIDNEY '•'<'• ;>.r T i 1N Wll.llllt A HEINE MORTON M BEIOEL Attorn*) foi Applicant* •oil Ibiu-aMie Hldg. 11 /11-11.1'o 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS w 17th AM. inlenos i" tut** iuS **;", -r r £*w, the circuit Court of Dad* count}, "'" ,U LATTLnr MACKOOL HUBERT M IIKHL ^ t xad r ^ can, ll/ll-U-SS 12/2 L-SAL NCniCB ^sPWW Forale>y 1 YO ARE HEREBY NOTIHED S awwas f. i .' %  .1:, J""" ''"""• "" or be..!, '• rJated this istn day of November. B LEATHERMAN, rk of ih, • %  .,, in %  ,„„., Bj w M w RTOCKINO IH'PUI '1 >''MMH: PRANK i U RRroN BRQR Intlff ',',"' '"i-oiii it,,,-,,i Bunding Mian i Beach, Florida 1-16 I?, TH !| CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VZ? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND rS*N%i C0UNTV FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. N> idTa MABEL LEE .'AM!M:!:u N ^,S f MA '.^^ 'A-MPHFLL. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION PO MACK CAMPBELL • n e l*n known YOL' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that ;, cm 0 f Complaint for dl* ben filed against you, and ou are required to serve i cony of your Anfreto on Plaintiff's attorn, i BEN ESRRN-, t"it Seybold Building Miami, Florkja, and file the origlna' U wer in the office ol th.Clerk of HiCircuit Court on or before the i i of December. IMS: otherwise thi.ill.-fill ions of si ii,l (mi „f | plalnl will ltaken as confessed %  nu Dated this th day of November, i B. LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court R> : YVM W. STOCKING Deputy I'lerk BEN ESSEN, Enquire Vttoi l-L-ilntlff ii,ii-iv-;.-. — 12, :• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL INN, *t 121 N.W, J2nd Street, Intend to register said name with thederg of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. EDGAR M LARSON KMMA A. LARSON KBS8LER ft GARS Attorneys for Applicants 17tt W Flagier St II I1-18-2S — 12/2 Paq a Ij B NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. INRROBATE, No. 36655.A In Re: ESTATE OP WILLIAM H MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS. I>eceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate %  Tuu. and each ofyou. are hereby notified and reaulred to present any claims and demands, which you, or either of vou. may have against the estate Of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also known as WILLIAM 1IERBERT MORRIS, deceased lale of Iade County, hlorida. to the Honorahle itv Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Countv Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claim* or demands to i ontaln the "-Ml address of the claimant and to Isworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. I>at.November 9th. AD. 195:.. EDRA J LEIB. As EXeCUtriX of the Last Will ..n.l Testament of WILLIAM H. MORRIS, .,!>,. known as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS*. D. .eas.d MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Estate 1-18-2S ll/l ^^_^______ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, desiring to engage in ,,,i,I.-s under the fictitious name of TAST-TEE STEAKS, al %  : vv int.-n.i.s to reglstei ;;:!..•...; th. cieri. o, ,.,.-m-ui. Ooor, .,f D. d Oowt^n-rtg^ KEK8LER a OARS Mtorn.-v s for Api>Hcanl ITV \V. Placleii SI 16 __ -^NOTICE UNDER" FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS rTEREBY GTVEN that s..1.Ownerl Beach Community Centers Sponsor Musical Programs Through December %  lUIIlH I'.l-:., Ii W,........... e_ l Miami Boach Recreation Department will sponsor the following .series of free evening public concerts at the city's community """"VRRIS KLWM 12 2-9 SS5 SBKBAMBE Nofils^iT EirincTiYious NAME LAW I Iff* '" Coaaty. Florid* E N TILLIi: KLI-1N u-i-'SSI ER A CARS A torn' ^ff,V Klugler St. U — 11 --. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M NAME LAW N"ii;'i: is. HEREBY CIYKNthat the undersigned, desiring to engage In •wunaa, th, '-"l.h.M.W A (5ULDHTEIN, at j.-,.; 1 1 ^ 1 "' HI t. Miami, Elf rie?i V ,Ul '"" %  %  %  '" % %  JEROME GOLDMAN :."<; partner IOLDSTEIN ',"<; partnei NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE if. HEREBY GIVEN that the undersign, d, %  !• i Ing t.. engai loisn-.s. .„„,,, ,,„. ,-„ tMom „.,„„ „ f • ARTOON <> -RAMA, at :•• %  : N W T'.-i, Miami gaid name with th.clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dad, i 'ounti • Eloi ida U/M-16-tJ >"CHAEL YUM: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259 BLLEN S BCOTT, Plaintiff, CHAR1.ES 11 SCOTT, .lit. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: CHARLES R SCOTT, JR. Savannah Street, s. E, Washington, i> C. YOf ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to a op) i'i your answer to the laint for Dlroree illea her. in on l'l.iiiitiffs attorneys, COURSHON KFINK. 105 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Iioiida. and to file th< original in the office of the Clerk of the above Court befbn the lUi day ol January, • a default will be enlist VOU. thla -"•th of November. IS i:. i: LEATHERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court \:\ JOAN COL'RNOYER, Deput) ci.rk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,FLORDA No. 185169 MINNIE Nl'SSMAN. Plaintiff, vs. FREDERICK E LEO and SHIRLEY I.I"''. I v fc. et al. Defendants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION To FREDERICK E LEO and SHIRLEY LEO. hi? residence unknown and each and an* of th. above named Defendant'. If living, and If dead, the unknown helr. devisees, trant-es. assign--.-. Ben. creditors, trustees-, or other parties or claimants claiming by. through or undei or against the above named Defendants, and all parties having or claiming; to hava an* right, title or Interest, la the following described proprty, situate, lying, and being in Dade County, Florida, to wit: Lot 3 lo Block 16. of LAWN DALE ;TH ADDITION, according to the Hat thereof, recorded In Mat Book 0 at Page M ol the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. _,_,„,-. TOP ARK HEREHT NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought *>"' vou In the Circuit Court for Dade Count*. Florida. In Chancery. b> MINNIE NCS.SMAN. Plaintiff, for the P n..'..se of Foreclosing Mortgage on the above described property, nnd *0U are hereby required to serve ",von Plaintiffs attorney, MAX B. ^'"'J r ; .'••Seybold Building. Miami 32. ilor"uii a cony of vour answer or othei defenses and to flic will, the aerk "id Court your writteni answer nr f.nses on or before the C3rd or Dccemher V D. l5o, if you have an>. HCKKINTAIL NOT. W Judgment will lie entered against you. DATED, thla 3rd day of November. A i; '" K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Coin' By: JOAN COL'RNOYER. ,.,„„, s | Deputy < lerk -J6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL EVEN TH J UD ICIA L CIRC UIT IN ALBERT MARKER PlalntRT .-. T*.' \i 4nk"KR Defendant KA NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: KATE MARKER III I Halrd ltl*d TO ? m ARE N HraEBY y NOTIFIED %  i,, Bill of Complaint for Divorce fiVheen flW in ^ "in the Vi.defount* Horida. and a ,V pecember. I>33. rTaU not here. ,, ul „ will I... entered against .Wi'^CK.JR. Deputy Ca centers during the month of December. Saturday. Dec 3, Pier Park Bandshell. The program will consist of light opera favorites featuring the voices of Nell Firestone, soprano, Alicia Zachman, mezzo soprano, with Jean Scott, accompanist. Wednesday. Dec. 7, Miami Beach Community Center. The Fern Sherman Light Opera Company will appear in a program devoted to the works of Victor Herbert, Rudolph Friml and Jerome Kern. Featured singers are ManGrace, Fran Orowski, Ju.siin Tune, Wendell Alderson. Saturday. Dec. 10. Pier Park Bandshell. Concert will feature a vocal quintet. "The Melodiers," under the direction of Louise Wilkin. The group will offer a program of college songs and li"ht opera favorites. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
29-Number48
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 2, l"955~
Price 20*
m Outlines Arab Refugee Hoax In Sharp United Nations
[fortunate victim or HIS own propaganda
kissing' Author Found in Soviet Slave Labor Camp
mk (JTA) Ezekiel Dobrushin. noted
Author Wd literary critic, who is 70 years
I ho "disappeared" several years ago from
(together with other prominent Jewish writ-
[cultural leaders, is being held in the Soviet
[Abes, in the Arctic Circle, it was reported
nna newspaper Wednesday.
t comes from Dr. Raphael Spann. of
.who returned a few weeks ago from Abes.
(discovered Dobrushin in the camp hospital
w from a heart ailment and from an advanced
[tubercul'-I- of the bone. Writing in "Die
ifresse" of Vienna, Dr. Spann relad
evening, after the physicians and BUT
[awvement in the hospital barracks slowed
70-year-old man had been telling us his
story. He spoke in Russian. He never learned Ger-
man. "I didn't want to spoil my Yiddish." he said.
And then, we heard, sometimes with amazement,
sometimes with indignation, the detailed reports oi
the scholarly Dobrushin about the systematic pi
cutions of Jews in the Soviet Union
'"The first example is Dobrushin himself. For
decades he was an enthusiastic Communist. He was,
with Ilya Ehrenberg, among the leaders of the Jew-
ish anti-fascist Communists who sought to win the
Jews autside of the USSR for the cause of C'ommun-
Debate With Shukairy
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)After nearly two weeks of abuse by
Arab delegates debating the Arab refugee problem in the General
Assembly's special political committee. Abba Eban, chairman of the
Israel delegation to the United Nations, delivered an address to the
committee here replying to most of the Arab charges.
Speaking for over an hour, Mr. Eban challenged the Arab states
on their claims that repatriation of the refugees is the only solution.
"Why do they not accept integration? Why do they not permit the free
movement of the refugees within their own areas?" he asked. He point-
ed out that the Arab "host" governments are constantly obstructing
rehabilitation and reintegration of the refugees. He reminded the
committee that altogether, including the various United Nations agen-
cies that have participated in the work, more than $200 million has been
damned "the sP(,nt m an effort to alleviate the lot of the refugees, "yet now their
KliVS FLASHES AT PRESS TIME
MM 1 HI NEAR EAST
ism. In a vitriolic article he once
American hate-mongermg journalists" and their re- number is greater than ever."
ports about anti-Jewish persecutions in Russia. A Israel, he declared, has shown what can be done, having fully
few days after the article was published he was reintegrated "within its limited capacity" a total of 45.800 refugees.
seized by agents ot the NKVD because he was B Jew." h*aq, Mr. Eban continued, has absorbed only 5,000 refugees, while at
.the same time, 12,000 Iraqi Jews found integration in Israel. He cited
this fact to illustrate a contention he made repeatedly that the "Arab
governments do possess the capacity for integration" but instead have
constantly obstructed all efforts in that direction. Mr. Eban "earnestly
invited" all members of the United Nations to visit Israel and see for
themselves whether the Arabs living in Israel do live in freedom and
dignity.
$------------------------------------------------
J
IS (JTA) -About 1,000 Tunisian Jews are leaving each week |
I in this late fall period in an attempt to get the largest num-{
I North African Jews into Israel before the stormy winter seas'
mediterranean shut down immigrant transportation tor sevenrH
The immigrants are taken first to Marseilles and then put,
I ships for Haifa.
TANBUL (JTAIn a move aimed at gaining Jordan adherence,
Mem-sponsored Bagdad Pact. Turkish President Celal Bayar,
I military support to Jordan if it is attacked Inspecting Arab
s alonj the I-rael-Jordan border, the Turkish President
"Don't be surprised to see the Turkish Army and the Arab
flighting side by side against the aggressor if Jordan i- attacked."
circli here see this as both a move to gain Jordan adber-
f pact an a warning to Israel.
UHMOPl'S CAPITALS
HENNA iV, \- \u-trian merchants desiring to make business
MHbcountru were advised this week by the Federal Cham-
Commerce to carry baptismal certificates with them The
^olcon directive noted that the Arab countries were
[trade not onlj with Jews but with firms that are even under
of beiii Jewish-owned.
Abba (ban
raps foe
Syrian delegate Ahmed Shukairy,
who followed the Israel diplomat,
repeated the usual anti-Israel alle-
gations and spelled out in detail
the fact that the Arabs want nearly
all of Israel to be opened for "re-
patriation." He named specifically
the following areas: "Northern
Palestine," obviously meaning all
og Galilee, "the center, west of the
armistice line," and all of the Ne-
gev.
Earlier in the week, after ten
days of vicious badgering by the
Arab delegations in the debates on
the Arab refugee problem, leaven-
ed only once when a tolerant posi-
tion was taken by the United
States, Israel heard some friendly
words from the representative of
the Netherlands.
SPUD UP
MIS 'JTA Pierre Mendes-France, former Premier.
**eri mitic heckling at an election of hi
wa- the
Radical
party in the Paris suburb of St. Denis. The heckler- wen
undred I :'-. members of the anti-tax movement sparked
faijade, who lias added anti-Semitism to his political stock
The newspaper Le Monde hit the anti-Semitic attack- on M.
France.
Anti-Jewish Bias Remains
Widespread, Report Says
MlIN JT\ ||,o first Jewish cemetery in the Western sectors
divided cm was dedicated here by the Chief Rabbi of Hesse,
lUchtigfeld The new burial site was purchased from the Ber-
wpality It \s located off Heerstrasse. in the Charlottenburg
Some 5(i provisionally buried in non-Jewish municipal ccme-
"nng ibi w vears are t0 ^ reburied here.
PUUWCAIK SCENE
WGTON WNSi-Major George Fielding Eliot, a leading
Pert. called this week for armed U.S. action in the Middle
l Prevent the Soviet bloc from establishing a Red military base
r"* Egypt" Writing in "Army Times." a non-official U.5.
Publication which frequently reflects official opinion oi lead-
PMry c,rcl, Major Eliot stressed that he made the suggestion
7,;akl I but because "this la the time for the W<
I1"1 ln full command of iho situation, to stand up and
Hot lor I-
* on the
future."
NEW YORK(JTA)Employ*
men! discrimination against Am-
erican Jew- today continue- to be
"widespread," and there exists
"sufficient evidence of discrimin-
ation against Jews to prevent un-
due optimism concerning prompt
elimination oi that evil." accord-
ing to I new study issued here by
the American Jewish Con
The study i- summary- and anal-
i the published evidence in
the field, prepared tor the World
Jewish Congress for submission
to the International Labor Office.
On the basis of available data,
-American Jews still face band*
in obtaining employment.
handicaps that are not faced by
non-Jews," the AJC report dis-
Closes. "Jews are largely exclud-
ed from many of the basic indus-
try-, such as commercial
banking, automobile manufactur-
-hipping and transportation,
agriculture and mining. They
tend, as a result, to be concen-
trated in speculative industries,
retail trade and the professions."
The report points out that most
Americans are gainfully employ-
ed "The fact of full employment
and relative prosperity at this
time operates to obscure .the ef-,
fects of anti-Semitic discrimina-
the report declare-.
tion,
Soviets to End
Arms Delivery
Within Month
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Soviet bloc is speeding up its arms
shipments to Egypt in an attempt
to complete delivery by the end of
this year, according to reports
reaching here Wednesday.
It is understood that among the
arms already in Egypt are MIG 15
jet fighters, tanks, artillery and
small arms. It is believed that small
coastal submarines are included in
the order, although there is. as yet.
no indication that they have been
delivered.
The Washington bureau of News-
week magazine reports that the Is-
rael request for arms is receiving
"serious attention" in the respec-
tive government offices and "may
eventually be granted." However,
the report adds that "no definite
move is expected until after the
Christmas holiday." The same re-
port reveals that a proposal that
the U. S. give Israel a security guar-
antee and at the same time an-
nounce adherence to the Baghdad
Pactwhich includes Britain, Iraq,
Iran, Turkey and Pakistanis also
under consideration, but is meeting
with strong objections on the part
of some Washington officials.
Interest in the Israel-Arab situa-
tion was expressed here by Italian
Ambassador Manlio Brosio who met
with George V. Allen
cap-
party urn* sAyjjoimnwnm^PJism^
blue eyes, and not on the ground ot this treaty
'"in hard orinciDle that self preservation is the Iirsi
YORK (JTA.-Yur.ka Mann. Israel, art dealer who W *
f Paintings with a phony $630 check given nei
Seeks Ban on Shechita in German City
*'" I paintings with a phony
*' 'Paul Nelson" of Kansas City, got her paintu
** quick work by New York police-but her dftinguisbed
found i" a has bcci
saw?" s,,l> t targe. The paintings were
?ZAZ'"" v";1**1 Picked up by lK2XJ,SLJ,E2
r*" '.....'red the paintings, was cleared
Miss
back.
ohibit
, .ntroduce
man H Koshche. jf**^
Mann of the
asdSprtw whether she would continue to accept check-. M> \\ hen I > oral "oU ^ announccd
Rathat this was a problem and added that up to no* at (,on)l|M,(1 (l,a.c in the ( "> *. Hc thcn
T^ had been guided by the philosophy that people were wouU1 rc.slinm in *r. ten *""
**d.d haxe one unequivocal comment on the present situ ^ mecting attended by several
* York police are the greatest" '
PTA1 Mthouih there has dred Bamberg citizens and. in an emotional harangue,
appealed for a ban on shechita.
In a letter to the local Catholic daily "Bamberger
Volksblatt," the Christian Social Union chairman in
the Council. Dr. Jonas Mehling points out that
Kosche was not concerned with preventing cruelty
to animals, but with "flaunting the anti-Semitic and
Nazi banner," and with demonstrating that "we
Nazis are still around." Dr. Mehling recalls that
Kosche some time ago described Nazi Grand Admiral
Doenitz, who is in Spandau jail serving a sentence
for war crimes, as "Germany's legitimate President.
he three-man delegation
German Reich Party.
turned down after a


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Regional Zionist Dinner Adds
Neumann, Goodman to Roster
Ot Speakers at Dec. 11 Fete Here
Abraham Goodman
Thurmans to Host Ladies'
Discussion Group Monday
National Council of Jewish Worri-
es) will hold its second di-.ciiv-.Kin
{Coup meet in jj on Monday evening.
Her 5 at the home of Mr. and Mr-
Harold Thurman. 3801 Riviera dr.
i 'oral (Jables
Guest for the evening, Mrs Irwin
Weinstein, will review and diacuss
"Inside Africa.' by John Gunther,
Chairmen are Meyer Baskin and
Mrs Elry Stone
Greater Miami area will be one
of 18 metropolitan centers tlirmi: h
out the United States sponsoring
dinner mectinfa stressing pms> m
the Middle East through a United
Stales-Israel JBtUfitf pact nuaran-
\r.iii i-raei frontieri
pr Morris Goodman, honorary
chairman of the Southeastern re-
gion dinner of the Zionist Organ-
ization Of America, announced that
ii s meeting will be held at
the Pontainebleau hotel Sunday
Dec 11.
At a meeting ol the dinner com
mittee this week at 250A headquar
ten at 1370 Washington ave. it
was announced that m addition to
t 8 Senator Wiley, two other
prominent speakers have hern ad
iled to the program for the Dec
11 affair They are Dr. Kmanuel
Neumann, who helped present the
Jewish case to the I'nited Nations
at the time of the establishment of
Israel, and Abraham Goodman, of
New York City, who has founded
many Zionist groups throughout
the country
Miami Beach Zionist District,
which is the district of the affair,
headed by Herbert R. Linick. re-,'
ported that this will be the largest
Zionist affair ever held in South-'
eastern Tinted States. A. Arthur i
Pekelner, president of the Miami
Zionist District, and Max Friedson.
president of the Coral Gables Dis-
trict, also promised to bring dele-
gations to this affair.
Dr. [mantel Neumann
Chcmuka Institute
In Preparation
At Emanu-EI
Annual Ghanuka Preparation In-
stitute held at Temple Emanu-EI
will be sponsored this year by the
PTA. according to Mrs Raphael
Yunes. president. The institute is
scheduled for Tuesday. Dec. 6. to
begin at 10 a.m. in the Temple
patio.
The workshop planned primarily
for parents will include a complete
orientation on the forthcoming fes-
tival of Chanuka.
"This will be a working session."
said Mrs. James Cohen, chairman
of the event, "where parents will
make their own Chanuka decora-
tions for their homes '
This workshop will be especially
geared for the needs of the par-
ents who will s0rve as hoatMMI [Off
I s( ncs of Chanuka parties in the-
home sponsored by the PTA and re
ligfous school More than 20 p.u
bjfljM on the afternoon
oi Sunday, Dee. II, for the children
from the second through the sixth
grade \ 'all member will con
ihe program and a hostess
Will serve refreshment- Mrs Hen
Klempner is chairman of this pro-
net.
Chanuka, the pessf ol Light, will
Dan Ruskin, chairman of the building campaign for the new
Mount Sinai Hospital, explains some of the architectural fea-
tures of the ultra modern structure to Sam A. Goldstein, hospi-
tal trustee and member of the Development Fund's executive
committee. The huge mural showing the front view of the
proposed hospital is on display in the show window of the
Development Fund's new office, which was officially opened
last week at 41st st. and Alton rd.
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Decent
I 2. 1955
Testimonial
"Mendel Fisher
[Sunday Evening
nh N,tional Fund Council
ger'Miami will >Pf"-a
*i dinner in honor of MMJ-
Pf Kher. national executive
'.{ JNF on Sunday eve-
*JL 4 at the Pi I-ido hotel.
fr Broad, president of the
announced.
M whose 20 years of scrv-
[Tthe Jewish National Fund
lb. celebrated at the dinner,
kVeucst speaker and will wve
'Jind account of the growth
acvuies of JNF in Israel.
.^aiding to Fisher's address
y Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
a) leader of North Shore
Center and member of the
i executive board Rabbi Leon
mil open the festivities
a invocation, and Rabbi
L RoenberK vull close the
, w,th a benediction.
ing Jewish dignitaries of
Miami will participate in
: the first JNF dinner ever
Jit South Florida Broad, prcs-
I of the Mercantile National
I and pa>t president of the
Beach Zionist District, is
i together with Ioon J. Ell,
.in of the JNF executive
[aco-chairmen ol this func-
nbborato program of enter-
(t. featuring nationally fa-
jfolk singer Si lor Belarsky in
\t\ (if Yiddish and Israeli
;till be presented.
+JeUtinnriffofr
Leon J. Ell and Shepard Broad, co-chairmen of the Mendel
Fisher testimonial dinner, make final arrangements for the
first JNF dinner ever held in South Florida at the Di Lido hotel
on Sunday, Dec. 4.
MmM N. Fisher
Forum Scheduled
At Temple Sinai
For the third consecutive year,
Temple Sinai of Hollywood is pre
senting its monthly educational
forum. This is u series oi lectures
by prominent scholars and -peak
ers. Central theme of tin-
-cne- is '-.\ study ol Judaism and
Jewish I.ivii
On Monday evening, Dec 3 lU'
.lo-t-ph J. Hurwitz, men i the
inivcrsit, oi Miami faculty, will
k cm Mi hamn d
Jew
Mr .!( Mj ".n i- chairman of
the
the iVi.i.
: Institute Ri bbi David Shi
"spiritual
will act as model
Future ipe 11 n this
will Include Dr B< rthold l
Profs sor ol Ru
>.. i .ji> oi Miami R bi Yi
Ko>tnl)ci4. ol Beth I
nation; Kabin Irving I hrmi
Temple Emanu-EI
Proceeds from Card Parry
For Beth Israel fund
Mr- Adolph Kratish. chairman
of a curd party committee, an-
nounce- the forthcoming social
: t ol the Beth Israel Sisterhood.
The parly will be held at the
Rita Plaza hotel on Tuesday, Pec. 6.
Ail proceeds will go toward the
building fund for the new Beth
I Hebrew school
Book Exhibits
Now on Display
Annual exhibit of Jewish books
celebrating Jewish Book Month is
now o deploy at the Miami Beach
public library and will continue
through Dec. 23.
The exhibit, under the auspices
of the Jewish Book Month commit-
tee of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, is in five sections under
the general theme of "Jewish Liv-
ing through Jewish Reading" and
includes the newest publications
under the subject matter of Bible,
Hebrew, Juvenile. Israel and Fic-
tion.
A similar exhibit is closing this
week at the Coral Gables public
library, while the Book Month ex-
hibit at Bayfront library will re-
main for two additional weeks.
The exhibits are under the gen-
eral direction of Mrs. Joseph Pun-
tov, chairman of the Bureau's Cen-
tral Jewish Libray. the source of
the books on exhibit. All the ex-
hibits are open to the general pub-
lic.
Writers Club to Feature
Authors in Readings
Writers club will meet SatUl
evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct.
Program will feature Stella
Kamp in a pie-publication reading
of her story, "Abe Lincoln ami the
Israelite."
Also featured will be Albert
Newman in a discussion of "Criti-
cism of Modern Literature."
Paula Warsaw will read an essay
on contemporary art. Harry Ker-
shew is chairman of the event.
'Young Marrieds' to Open .
Season With 'Doghatch'
Young Marrieds" of Beth David
Synagogue will open the fall sea-
son with a "doghatch" on Dec. 18
at the Colony restaurant.
Entertainment will feature Hap-
jpy Arnold. In charge of arrange-
ments are Ada Rappaport, Roz
Gould and Sousie Kaplan.
Committee members are Bobbie
and Gene Heiman. Ada and Oscar
I Rappaport, Sousie and Al Kaplan.
jRoz and Cal Gould and Sandy and
I Gerry Sunday.
Beth David Casting tor Show
: will cast
nnual >h I -day eve-
rium.
i- Louis
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SCP.PTION P.ATBI
3.00 Two Yaare------
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One Year
Volume 29
Friday. December 2, 1955
Kislev 17, 5716
Number 48
Russia Remains 'Consistent' a
The history of the Soviet Union in the eyes of
the West has been one disillusionment after
another. This is particularly true of Western
Jewry which for a brief few years after 1917
hoped that anti-Semitism and pogroms there
might finally be eradicated.
In our own time, the Slansky trial, the in-
famous "doctors' plot." the Iron Curtain cam-
paign against Zionism and the decimation of
the Russian Jewish community as a "cosmo-
politan threat" have all served convincingly
to destroy even that flickering hope of humani-
tarianism in Soviet life.
Harry Schwartz, correspondent in Russia for
The New York Times, last week returned from
his post to report that "Judaism presents a dark
picture in the Soviet Union, with unhappiness
and fear persisting among many Soviet Jews"
despite the recent considerable easing of Soviet
policy toward Yiddish culture.
Mr. Schwartz said that Russian Jewish com-
munity leaders paint a picture of Jewish life
as completely free for all who wish to worship
or to identify themselves with Jewish culture
and tradition. But the gimmick is simple. Add-
ed Mr. Schwartz: "There seemed to be an ele-
ment of fear lest they draw a dark picture."
All of which sums up our initial thesis and
lends credence to the report by Dr. Wilhelm
Starlinger, German physician released from a
Soviet forced labor camp in 1954. In an inter-
view in the Nov. 4 issue of U.S. News and
World Report, Dr. Starlinger reveals that during
the rupture of relations with Israel, and well
before the trial of the Jewish doctors, an anti-
Semitic wave swept through the entire Soviet
Union and was assiduously encouraged from
the top. But, remarks Dr. Starlinger: "A few
years previous, an ordinary citizen would have
been arrested and punished for that."
Russia thus continues to remain consistent, at
least, in its inconsistencies. Western leaders at
the last two Geneva conferences will certainly
vouch for that.
Durina The Week... A
y LIO MINDLIN
8 I S
e
no'iRfB
noted Democrat 7Z71
?*" hc "id L>
STILL NO ANSWER
Temple Emanu-El's mortgage burnino "^""^"v*
the Fontainebleau hotel was a study in SiSS*?' Sun*
leader was the principal speaker. A noted
15.0b Col. Jacob Arvey spoke for a mere handfi
to be known as a Democrat with a small in the vast ranks fighting for democracy.'* """ "as e
In this sense, he explained, it was pleasing u
Judge Simon Sobeloff. "for he. too. is *J* > iJ
immediate reference to the unsteady times ol lf.Vi ol W
ago when McCarthyism"-which he mentioned E,J!V *J
U than by word-struck deep concern in the he T .ul inu
Americans. "During a period when men ,.,. h,',', lfre*'1'
for blood, wrecking homes." he said "when ..... '" mobsl
indict and accusation sufficient for judgment j!32
out against the mob." J"u SobefoU
It, BMOMd to me there could be no more lender wa. i
a political figure. Col. Arvey apparently dem, h?/ft|
for a Republican leader and a Jew who i. ,l!,.hl<|
and who cried out against the organic hhu j
to individual thought even as the Republican .., H
si lent -embarrassed by its own enfant terrible wn re"
could find no means of disavowing. '" H
Judge Sobeloff took the rostrum. I had pre' lousb in* J
would discuss political matters, and be Mid he ,i(j no ?
of his speech did not deviate from his intent,,,,,. The Solicit r
of the United States is a distinguished persoi d .JJ*
esting background material surrounding him. Undoubted!? 3
very reason, he avoided party politics gentl) la aside the"*.
foundation stone Col. Arvey had built for him.
Most interesting at the moment is the fad thai Sobeloiflu
nominated by President Eisenhower as Judge ol the Fmm,i
, Court of Appeals. The nomination was submitted to the ta t rJ
| for action, but nothing had come of it by adjournment time Oh
j since interpreted Congressional failure to rapport the Vlminist
i nomination as a deliberate rebuff against the KsenhowerdS
two weeks ago. in a major address in Wash \Tt0rney
I Herbert Brownell. Jr., again threw top Republican strength
Judge Sobeloff. What will happen remain-, a- yet to be\w
BrowneUVs bid came it a B'nai Brith dinner, .oundl.
yet hardly a politically significant affair.
Eden's Sham Proposal
IGNORANCE OF TRADITION DEVELOPS SOCIAL MALADJUS
Judge Sobeloff chose as his theme the value ol Jewish tra<
the American Jewish community. He commenced with the an
We hope our State Department has seen that this nation nurtures the concept of religious freedom We
a land, he said, where synagogues and temp side b] i
through the sham of Prime Minister Sir An-
thony Eden's desire to be "mediator" in the
Israel-Arab dispute. Certainly, everyone else
has.
Without fear of prejudice, we would like to
say that, if nothing else, British "fair-play"
should force Sir Anthony to disqualify himself.
The record shows that he has consistently
aligned himself with Arab League policy. As a
matter of fact, history shows that Sir Anthony
was largely responsible for the creation of the
Arab League.
Time was when Sir Anthony believed an
Arab League might result in tighter British con-
trol of the Near East. Well, Sir Anthony has
been proved wrong there. Only three things
unite the Arabs today: their hatred of Israel,
their hatred of the British and their hatred of
the French.
Of these three. Sir Anthony only reckoned on
and hoped for Arab animosity toward the
French.
With this kind of dealing and planning for
the Near East as an integral part of Sir An-
Education for Miami's Adults
Shortly before the High Holy Day season, the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association launch-
ed a campaian here to urge unaffiliated fam-
ilies to join the temple, synagogue or center
of their choosing.
It is gratifyinq to note that the campaign has
since succeeded in enlisting upward of 1.200
Greater Miami families that were previously
unaffiliated.
The strength of the American Jewish com-
munity lies in its Jewish identificationin its
desire to participate both spiritually and cul-
turally in the ancient Hebrew tradition.
The new membership of these 1,200 families
thus goes a long way toward uniting Miami
Jewry behind the concepts implicit in Jewish
living as they are found in our Houses of
Worship.
It is. however, equally gratifying to note that
the Rabbinical Association does not cease its
activity in this regard with its recently con-
cluded affiliation campaign. The association's
adult education committee is now announcing
a series of courses at synagogues and centers
throughout the area.
The following is a partial list: Hebrew, Bible
and customs at Beth David; Mishna, laws, cus-
toms and Ein Yaakov at Beth Tfilah: Hebrew,
Yiddish and customs at Coral Gables Center;
Mishna at Miami Hebrew School; Hebrew and "'* a11 mankind-
Jewish history at Monticello Park; parents work- w?.ye of ,he ma)r diseases la tuberculosis
shop, discussion groups, Hebrew and Bible at Whl,e tremendous inroads have been mnHo in
Temple Beth Sholom. m~i----------. -
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Catholic and Protestant churches and where n convietki
fettered by government. "The diversity of our faiths, lie nidi
strength of this republic."
Tracing the course of the growth of the American Jewish
nity, Judge Sobeloff suggested that early Jews here concent^
those aspects of education and cultural expression which ha
denied them as inhabitants of European nations. But the shuntin,
of Jewish tradition in favor of secular experimentation, he id
short-lived because American Jewry recognized that existence bi|
by religious ignorance goes adriftthat such existence can noj
the disintegrating forces constantly besetting a minority group.
According to Judge Sobeloff, the effect ol religious ignor
vast. Jews not educated in their tradition, he observed, come.
upon themselves as discriminated against without moral compel
At the same time, they are incapable of identifying with the i
precisely because they are Jewseven if in name only. It
trating," he said, "to suffer for a cause one doe- not understa
For Judge Sobeloff, the end of religious ignorance can only!
development of spiritual illnessof lite beset by fear, of rer
and isolation from the majority and of the growing helief that J
and Americanism are at odds. "It is folly to think." he said, 'tl
has to repress Judaism in order to manifest Am, inanism." Su
tudes, he indicated, do not attract the respect ol one's fellow citl
In line with the theme of the eveningthe liberation of ij
from financial burden for the purpose of achieving even nobler sj
hv remarkii
-... i .,, ^uoi us uii liueijiui poll Ol OUT /\n- *'"" imnmiai "in mil iui iiic |>uijx>sc ui scoKvuig <" ""
thony's record and with his unquestioned fail-1 amD't'onJua8e Sobeloff summed up his position by remarki
ures there, it would be the heiqht of folly for the' Templc Emanu-El s to fulfill its role in the community a- an
ment of wide instruction for young and old it must foster coo"
with non-Jews hased on mutual self-respect. This is tetter
occasional good will meeting."
JUDAISM WILL SURVIVE WITHOUT ANY DISCRIMINATI
The
U.S. to accede to the Prime Minister's desire to
assume the role of mediator.
If Sir Anthony wants to recoup British pres-
tige among the Arabs, let him not attempt to do
so at the expense of Israel. Our government I
has had bad enough luck with one of its own, logical overtoni,
bright boysHenry Byroadeand we hope non-Jew. alike. William James long ago discussed the ef
the State Department won't want to gamble on' human personality of the divided selfof the individual o
further failure in the Near East with Sir An- b*',wt'on ^lief and la<* of belief. In "Varieties "liKicllgl^Bri
thony. ence." James demonstrated the aberrant form- ol
therefrom.
Nonetheless, as I see it. Judge Sobeloff seemed to be putlj
cart before the horse If a Jew gathers strength from a
knowledge of the intricacies of his tradition and can ,hef*fc ,
burden of discrimination directed against him <- ernber^
f It] group; if a Jew does not need the psychic rt ird JM
their cooperative effort to stamp out numerous >"h ;' maJ""t>' *! rejects him because he reprj
diseases which afflicted and contin, o Vri iw,,h n,> **** and the community of hia faith; ii
flict all mankind continue to af- ll.ustratinn of sufferin(J for a cause he does not undi
n,l tradition acq"
Help Eradicate Tuberculosis
The American people have over the years
de a remarkable showing in the matter of
Equally interesting and important courses
are being offered at Temple Beth Sholem of
Hollywood, Temple Emanu-El, Temple Sinai
of Hollywood, Tifereth Israel, Israelite Center"
and North Shore Jewish Center.
All adults of this area are thus given a splen-
did opportunity of participating in formal class-
^0^ Qnd eradica"9 particular' ol
1S erroneous to assume that our na-
tion can now strike TB from
dreaded killers.
its long list of
7uS. ThS ^ f CPing Wi,h ,u**culo.is
onlv ihl ^ ailoRland c<*tly and affect not
^rC?2:^*i'?nuly: a. well. ,his
j...v.1,m^iUiiiiiuiuuss- r-- ~. uio lumuy, as well. In this
room instruction. It is an opportunity which re9ara- ^ade County Tuberculosis Association
should not be missed. Nominal affiliation, al- receny mailed out to Greater Miamians t
though important, is only one aspect of a strong annual TB Seal, proceeds of which are used
Jewish community; understanding through toward the continued battle against TB
study is anotherand perhaps more signifi- A.8 P"* of the long American tradition *
cantaspect of the secret of Jewish survival gating disease, it behoves every recinin.
in toto reacts in similar fashion to the immoral
majority when, as Judge Sobeloff postulate*, "tin n."'"
will become more important than its
Jewishness." but. again
I'his approach,
front
IN
of all Jewry will become more important than Its
ishness." but. again, the social evil, itself, r<'"<> .
I his approach suggests the employment ol )">">' .,
t against the danger of a world in which Judaism ^
cept. It therefore suggests only extrinsic and no in ^
Judaism. It places no burden of responsibility on tiw ^
recreate its structure so that Jews, and minority Sr"up".8sUggeS
not cope with 'they group" deficiencies. In sno'?' ereiy wi
acceptance of discriminatory practice as a rule_ ana ^^
Jew that the protective coating of Judaism i> his o y ^ f {
I had rather Judge Sobeloff looked upon Jucui_ oll
force with living qualities inherent in iU Ph,lo'op"\pCrit,ng f1
pvfn in Iho Inns Hint f.ilnr* when those OlsinieK
wperauon in the matter of erad- setting minority groups will have perished from the earu


December
2. 1955
^JwMirhridlteri
Announces Carner Appointment as Winter Division Head
. 0f Miami Beach, pital in New York sa^Ba^Ba^aa^MBBBB
C>rnpr' i v ha again Carner blvd. in Rvo n.-im..,i #_ _____
0( Miami Beach,
,ve NY., has again
chairmanship of the
' John diMMon of the
it
has
Ilei-
"gesidents div
jounced by Sam J.
mien chairman.
r nVutivr year "in view
Bffl d thf a,1?hut
,Sri i 1956" H is the
2rcampa.n appoint-
Kman. and came about
%*. of farnert specific
,J(| lh(. division in the
i \f?r.
^r ii nation)
l|e>d of
|Iy known as
,ree constructloii
Ho has lived in
City en

the New
I and
established permanent
al 6459 Pinetree dr. cir-
rha achieved an enviable
Leommunit) ervice, reli-
iBdphilanthr..|>> in his home
He j. the lounder and first
Community Synagogue
md i- presently an honor-
nt oi thia religious
lion.
; been active in the Build-
ioo of the United J>
fund drive of the
hi and also
I m important role in the
[ampa,-n for the I'nited hos-|peal drive."
pit
Carner blvd. in Rye La named af-
ter him in his honor.
In the Miami area, he has con-
tinued to participate in many hu-
manitarian activities. He served ;is
a member of the building con
tee responsible for construction of
the Ablin Memorial unit at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, ear-
ner is an active member of the Hi
Sinai hospital development fund
committee which seeks to construct
a new $4,000,000 bosptU] in Miami
Beach.
He is a member of B'nai B'rith,
the Masonic lodge. Anti-Defamation
League and many trade and pro-
tosional associations
'Our division i- made up of
families who make then norm
this area part of the year and en-
joy the health-giving enviroi
of this splendid commun
ner stated. "The-c people
social and cultural b from
the many local institutions and
agencies supported l> the Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal.
"We have always felt a responsi-
bility towards the many national
and overseas agencies which need
our help. I am confident our Win-
jtSJT residents will meet their obli-
gations promptly and generously in
| the coming Combined Jewish Ap-
rgency Ccnfab Scheduled Here
With Rabbi Friedman, Jack Weiler
emergency conference of
|Jewish Vppeal officiala and
Miami community leaders
icalled by the (ireater Mi-
i>h Fedi ral ti, Stanley C.
Federation president, said
la;.
r< and trustees <>f the
Miami Ji I deration
lank notified some 200 key
ilities in the area to meet
ibbbi Herbert A Friedman
i York, executive vice chair-
kaflhe nationwide I'nited Jew-
leal. and Jack I) Weiler, na-
I chairman of United Jewish
[aerial appeal has been made
iJ Heiman. chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal,
Jittendance al this important
ate. The top flight UJA of-
*t>
** 0. Weiler
ficials are coming to Miami for a
series of discussions starting Sat-
urday. Dec. 10. and culminating at
a breakfast meeting Sunday, Dec.
11, in the Algiers hotel The Mi
ami area was selected as their first
stop in a series of whirlwind visits
to the nation's leading Jewish com-
munities.
It is expected that the UJA rep-
resentatives will outline the prac-
tical program required in Greater
Miami as their share of the nation-
wide responsibility in raising the
extra $25,000,000 "over and above"
the normal campaign quota. These
additional funds must be realized
to finance the emigration and re-
settlement of North African Jews
in Israel.
Rabbi Friedman is considered
one of the most dynamic of this
country's Jewish leaders and one
of the most gifted spokesmen in
Jewish affairs. The UJA executive
vice chairman has achieved an out-
standing record of leadership in
humanitarian endeavors, as a rab-
bi. Army chaplain, assistant ad-
visor on Jewish affairs to the Com-
manding Ceneral of U.S. Occupa-
tion Forces in Germany and as a
member of the United Jewish Ap
peal's active leadership.
Weiler is one of the com
most prominent Jewish community
leaders and has made many visits
to Israel.
In 1952. Weiler headed up a
special nationwide drive to raise
$35,000,000 in cash to meet the
worsening financial crisis in I
Weiler as.sumed leadership of the
emergency campaign following con-
ferences in Israel with Prime Mm
ister David Bcn-Ciirion and other
top government leaden. _
Scholarships Will
Be Theme of Meets
"Double Feature" will be the
order of the day when Council
of Jewish Women holds its division-
al meetings on Wednesday, Dec. 7,
at Koubek hall and the Sovereign
hotel.
Miami president Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan announces a "sneak prevue"
with a secret cast and not one. but
two, features on the program.
Theme for the two programs is
Rabbi Herbert friedman
Posts, Auxiliaries
In Yet Affairs
Norman Bruce Brown Ladies
Auxiliary will hold a membership
tea Sunday, Dec. 4, at the Repub-
lican club. 1947 W. Ftagler at A
variety show will be presented.
Mrs. Samuel Sandier is member-
ship chairman.
On Wednesday evening, they will
lerve refreshments at the Service-
men's Center. Miami Beach.

Coral Cables Ladies Auxiliary
Will give a party in Ward 17 at the
VA hospital on Saturday. Dec. 3.
(oral Cables Post will have a
regular meeting "ii Tuesday. Dec.
6. at the Coral Cables Jewish Cen-
ter.

On Sunday. Dec. 4. North Shore
Post and Auxiliary will hold their
annual membership part} at the
Monte Carlo hotel.
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"Dollars for Scholars" highlighting
Council's scholarship program,
which is now in its 29th year of
supporting deserving students at
the tniversity of Miami. To date
33 students have been graduated
with Council aid.
Miami chairman Mrs. Robert
Schwartz will introduce two sopho-
mores, now attending the univer-
sity to the town group. Mrs. Sam-
uel Berlin, chairman of the day,
will do the same on the Beach. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, vice presi-
dent of the University, will appear
as guest speaker.
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th ave. Phone 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
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Phone JE 1-7677


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Temple Beth Sholom Will Mark
'Bar Mitzvah' Anniversary Dec. 10
Thirteenth anniversary of Tern- the prOCMI if completion, the COD-
pie Both Sholom will be marked >>roRation will reeled it ale ItMlf, in
with a gala Chanuka dinner at the j the spirit of C'hanuka. to a new era
Hollywood Beach hotel on Satur-iof serving the spiritual and educa-
day evening. Dec. 10, according tojtional need-.of a growing congrega-
an announcement by Ralph Spero. tion in a growing community.
Temple president. "Dating the 19 years of its ex.
"The Bar Mitzvah of Beth Shol-! istonce, Beth Sholom h.i- grown to
om will 1)0 appropriately celebrated 'a membership of some 800 families
by the Liberal Congregation on the and serves 700 children in its re-
Beach.' stated Spero. "Coming as ligious school. With the develop-
it does when its new Temple is in ment of the congregation, it was
necessary to expand the facilities
'The entire present structure at
4144 Chase ave will become a com-
munity house and religious school
building, serving not only the edu-
"Jtnisl Iksxtonr
Popular Disc Jockey
At Teen Age Meet
Jerry Wichner. popular disc
jockey with radio station VYTNZ.
will be featured speaker on the
subject. "Today's Teen Agers
Tomorrow's Leaders.'" at the sec-
- \flrf',n(' annual tecn-
tjagc conclave t<>
'je conducted by
*the Greater Mi-
mi Jewish Com-
I munity Center
, ei Sunday. Dec.
\ 11 Mr Wichner
i conducted
the radio nro-
4 r a m called
Rhythm at Ran-
dom" for the past
Wichner [|ve yean
This c inference w ill bring to
gether inure than 200 deh
from 35 youth groups -
bj thi Gn iter Miami Jew ish < !om-
. r throughout Dade
ity.
\\ :
I
cational needs of the children, but
there will bo a full program of ac-
tivities for every age level, a- well.
The new sanctuary and auditorium
adjoining the present building will
have a total seating capacity of
1.800. a large banquet hall, a chap-
el and a sisterhood lounge." Spero
explained
At the dinner celebration, all
children of the nligioui school
who are celebrating their 13th
birthdays with Beth Sholom will
participate in a pageant which is
being especially written bv Rabbi s'^rhood of zora Jewish
Loon Kronen, spiritual leader ,,n,or wl" nold t" annual bazaar
Mr and Mrs Samuel Oritt are Dec. 3 and 4 at 44 Zamora ave. This
co-chairmen of the dinner The j affair will start the Center's (harm,
planning committee con- ka ft.,jv;i|
Zamora Sisterhood
Bazaar Saturday
dinner
gist* of Charles Silvers. John Ser-
bin. Leon J. KM and the Mesdame-
I.ouis J Krensky, J A Cantor, Sol
S Pine. Irving B Kaplan. Barry
Cameron and Samuel Beckerman.
Annual Dinner Dance Due
The chairmen are Mrs Henry
Paul. Mrs William Bielfield. Mrs.
Murray Shnlman and Mis Sain
Raab
The entne affair will itarl Satur-
day night, Dee :<. with a dance Bid
Greater Mumi Auxiliary ol ;uu,ff Tlu (.u.mni, y mi(j(,r ,hi>
A,n"',,,; ....... Mrs Irving Platofl
II hold it- third annual di
i
Dec 11
'
I 450 SW

>U I
form
band will
Famous Harpist
Defeats Ellness
I sub con-
bj tbi
Auditoriums Sun
eveni Dec il and 12
\i. i r
|i
.il in tin''
Hi i
his mi
his lirsi publM
cerl in in native cits at nine
Most "t ins education t<>k i
in Cans, gmd a was during the first
years ol his (areer there thai he
won from Maurice Ravel the praise:
"In Zabaleti the artist is as great
or even greater than the harpist
After In- early successes in ElUM
ope ZabaleU took Ins harp anil
Ills career to South America SOOTJ
alter his arrival there however, a
fungua infection to bia fingers
forced him to abandon concerts
and turn to teaching at the Caracas
Conservatory Performing was life
for Zabaleta. and. after tour y<
he was completely cured and re-
turned to the recital platform with
an even greater command of his
difficult instrument than before.
OUNT SINA
HOSPITAL
NMEft
DANCE
^saM T4FF
No gross grows under the feet of the medical staff at Mount
Sinai Hospital. Their 1955 annual dinner-dance, held Thanks-
giving eve in the grand ballroom of the Hotel Fontainebleau
was enjoyed so throughly that Dr. Maurice J. Rose (left) and
Dr. Jack Folk, have already begun planning for next year's
top soc.al event to be given by Mt. Sinai physicians. Dr Rose
was entertainment chairman and Dr. Folk co-chairman
PERSONALIZED SIIVICI
"AIT" "MAUW "UAV
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Wracki Rebuilt Body Repairs ami Pointing
rfconts 3 2244, 2-4652
Mizrachi Group Meeting
.Joseph Krantz. president of the
Mizrachi Organization of Greater
Miami, announces a regular meet-
ing Monday evening. Dec. 5. at I en
gregation Beth Tfilah.
140 S.W. Sth $tr..t
Dade
Monuments, Inc.
3223 S.W. 8th STREET
Pkoae HI 4-2018
Catering Exclusively to the
Jewish Clientele
IV* ore on* or Miami's Leading
Jtmith Monument Dealers
Complete and Dependable Title Service
IAMI TITLC
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25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Tltla Insurance Policies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Ce,
Capital, Surplus I Reserves
I*eeW $3,O0,00
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE S-1892
Panel Talk Due On YounqT^
At a luncheon meeting of Miami rXseocialion UlT
Beach B'nai Brith lodge Tuesday. >., ,,, \, ,, Ws A,l*1
Dee 6. ,n the DiUdo hotel, a panel Municipal Court" /'""
rJiscUBBtOII will l>e held on "The Detective Sen ^B*
Community Problem Regarding | and OOlcer^S! J'Ck
ttMOf Adults," lodge President Juu.nMe DenunJ" MeU'
Michael Sossin announced Wednes- Beach Pnlir*- u n f *
Moderators will be Edwin Mar-! Beach Community r
ger. chairman of the legal aid com- t^teeenUtivea of oth
mittee of the Miami Jeach Bar anl civic organization''
Tkk.H Still Atmilebl, Nf Clifford 0**
AWAKE AND SING
DECEMBER 3rd and 4th
SATURDAY NIGHT'S PERF0MANCE SPONSORED iv
'NAI BRITH OF C0RAI GABIES *
________ pr tkkats contact Sam Meyer M0 7-3122
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CB
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
T.ckete Miy Be Picked Up at the Door
DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW Y 0 P.
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
I -ti ities will',
will im
n. BUCh
, ,i i i ., cakes,
.1 Mrs Ann
tin i '. i lit ,rig.
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M.IIEBERMAN.5I
aooKira.nr. ,,,,".!!;'
STORAGE WAREHOUSES!
0fib
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LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND fll
NEW JERSEY PHILADELPHIA e BAlTiWM
ALBANY WASHINGTON e BOSTON
PROVIDENCE and all other points Wctk'.y Stnht
Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse
655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 81
Make the
riRIT of
IVIHY MONTH
l
^
Save any amount at any timeImt
keep it working for you.
Savings here earn more,are safe-''
ly insured, and ready when needed.
STOP WISHING START HAVING!
Open your INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
ACCOUNT NOW! Accounts opened or funds odo-
ed to accounts on or boforo the 10th of December
will earn dividends from the first of December.
Dade Federal
JOSEPH M UPTON, Pret.den!
7& 7-UtHdUf 1**tttu*
Wfcer. Yew SoWno* lent 3% ^^JllHT
^^ (Current Kii
All Offices Open One Evening l"
Week For Your Convenience.
? No Need To Come ""V*":"!
Brunch Offices With Free Parking-
" lew ,Vk C\-
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.,400 N.W 36.H $T ,
84 MILLION DOLLAR
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, Decerr.!
2, 1955
thZWTkridiirtv
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etters to the Editor
ifiiVeolumn in th<
-Jf We W" <* ,,,ncs
[im mistake them.
"hie he has the ipaM
jar. much ^ th.
archair. bigoted if-
Amking. How stupid of
*m thai the ZionM
of no avail becau* we
Tlimitaii. n-. cannot tp-
,hf faet thai to have
i*m
prominent Christiana in this area
who coopcraio with us, who are
interested in the cause of Israel
and who have worked faithfully
and diligently to further the cause
As to Mindlins harangue a
the recent Bayfront park commu-
nity BMetlni lahpllint: same a Has.
co. how can anyone with even i
high school boys intelligence fail
to realize that securing the en-
*rage ,,. welcome toe dorscment of thjs mro(|n *
- ,,l!an friend* one. who prominen, GreaU,r ^^J ^W
the majority of whom by far men
either Christians or non-Honista
could not fail to reach the ears and
eyes of those in authority in the
U.S. Government and m the United
Nations to whom all our efforts
jwere directed?
| In Mindlin's ignorance it is oh
vioua he docs not know many
.thinking Christians believe as do
Jews that a Jewish state in itself nr Mm,,;,! u- ,
is not and has not been "he exf. Dr Maurice Lev- ch.ef research-
elusive aim of Zionism. Many of er at Mt- Sinai hospital, ad-
;our Christian friends believe with dressed the second annual edu-
Sj ItT'l^1 > Worn-
\ survival of the Jewish people. Also en S UiV1810n' Combined Jewish
j there are Christians who believe Appeal, Wednesday. Subject
!!hpitJ^hSnlbfhalf ?iIsraelan(l of hls ,alk dealt wi,h ,h* heart.
jthe Jewish people is their oppor-
tunity to seek atonement for the
sins committed against Jewry all
through the ages.
AH good Jews when it is neces-
sary (and it is certainly necessary
(right now) rally around the cause
and do not draw the line whether
they are members of Federation.
| or any other group, and shouldn't
F. Wagner, son of Mr. they?
Daniel Wagner, 1
Ftagler-Granaoci
Prepares FinaS
Two-Night Stand
Nov. 26 and 27 performance, of
Awake and sing." popular hit by
' "Word Odets, received favorable
reaction here this week as Flagler
(ranada -Jewish Community Center
again prepared for the final two-
night stand at the Center this week-
end, Dee. 3 and 4.
Jack Shaw is director of the pro-
duction, with Norman Pallot acting
as business manager. Bernard Kar-
"""I is in charge of the Flagier-
Granada ticket committee, and
Anne Mickelson does the publicity.
B'nai B'rith Oi (oral Cables spon-
sors Saturday night's performance
Sam Meyer handles tick.!.
-r the
SmiH-HAVtH
Nt*ty Dtctrated
Directly on the Ocean
411 OCEAN DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
To DECEMBER I5t*
^BS48S0Mbr s
Per PrrionDbl. Occ
Dec. 15-Jan. 15
Frm S61.00 Weekly
Per PermDbl. Oce.
Includlna:
3 Strictly Koiher Meals
> Priite Beach
t Swimming Pool
Air Conditioned
Rooms ArailjL .
Planned Entertainment
fuioptan Plan aim aiinaula
I N. OINSBUHO. Owrwe M.n.*.m.nt
Dining Room Open to the Public
Dr. Eggnatz Will Speak
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, chairman of
the youth activities committee of
Temple Beth Sholom, will address
the Young at-Heart group, senior
citizens of Temple Beth Sholom,
Tuesday noon. Dec. 6. in the Tem-
ple banquet hall
[dr., was Bar Mitzvah
Dr. Eggnatz will
j discuss "Youth Looks at a Golden
If we listen to Mindlin we should Age." Mrs. George Cohen is chair-
all gather around the wailing wall man of the group.
Berele Kelemer
In Talk Saturday
Third lecture in a series pre-
sented by the Hebrew Teachers As-
sociation of Greater Miami will
take place on Saturday evening.
Dec. 3. at the religious school of
Temple Emanu-El.
Rev. Berele Kelemer, cantor and
instructor of Hebrew at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation,
will discuss "The Development of
Jewish Liturgy and Music in Bib-
lical and Talmudic Times."
Rabbi Joseph Goldwurm, i
LEGAL NOTICE
iday morning, Nov. 26,'and Pra>' as was done for over two
M Shore Jewish Cen-.thousand >ears and limit ourselves m l Devif>w Crhpn'uJpd
_______:__ -_ :_ Ito oraver for the survival f tho DOOK Hey/ew JtneOUieO
[dinner recep'.:on for in
nests was held at the
iSurcay evening.
tip.ete Radiator
Repair Service
to prayer for the nirvival of the
.Jcv> ish State and have a big placard
in bold type. "Ifindlin Says Mo
Christians and Non-Zionists Al-
lowed."
Mrs Oeorge m Cohen
Kosher Butchers Announce
Mr- Bunny Freed, pi
chairman Of National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, arranged a pro-
Mi for the next regular meeting
ol the chapter to be held at Melvin
Cohen Hall Dec 13 Mrs. Frank
Kerdyke will review "Marjorie
Mot I D) Herman tt'oiik
p-.-Fio.rm" ; wholesale, Retail Market
8ULt,h,fm.nufnT:S?| I. .* Mendcis,,,, a.,i s... Dr. Wolfson to Speak
FaiiutvJ koahcr botchers for manj years in "Spinoza's Conception ol God"
resorts and wholesale ui|| be the topic ol a lecture by
I Fr>
i ato
lEKTINI'S
DIATOR SERVICE
* m ST., MIAMI, FU.
Km Ml765
NEW TIME FOR
WCUSSICAIH01/R !
Y* v* mountain
suppliers to kosher hotels, an- r>r Abraham Wolfson Sundaj eve-
nounce the opening ol a wholesale ning at the Spinoza Outdoor For
and retail marKet :'t 621 Washing- um, 11th st and Ocean dr. A
ton ave.. Miami Beach. question and answer period will
__ ._ follow I)r Wolfson's lecture
The market will be under the
supervision of the Greater Mum
Vaad Hakashruth. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, director.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 185329
coKA .1 PARK, Plaintiff,
\ i,
ROBERT W. SMITH, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ROBERT W .s.MITM. Defendant
Ri i'l" Rod .\iiiii em L'nkon n
roC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Hi" ;i Complaint has boon fii< agalnnl \ .u for declarator) decree and
othei relief regardInt title to the fol-
lowing denriibed property xltuati In
I lade i 'ountj Florida, to wit:
Lol I, Block -'. QRANADA
' IRi >VKH ; ding to the
Plat Hi- reof, recorded In I -i.it
Hook ii. :> paai '.::. nt the Public
R d Dadi Count), l
Ida be I ai 5950 H w
VI ml, i lorlda.
1 red to (ii,- your
Complain) with the i
r i d
torn HEN-
RY M CAIN vVem i
1 iiida, on
1 Januarj ii.-i -
ol aid i '"in-
will be taken bh confessed by
DATED m.i. I lade I' mnl I.
owner of
THE MIAMI HEBREW
BOOK STORE
751 WASHINGTON AVE.
PHONE JE 8-3840
is Bock in Miami Beach with a
New and Complete Stack of
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
GIFTS FROM ISRAEL
BOOKS IN HEBREW
I
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Hour <
i Hard ery Sund.y from j
IV DMA to 1:30 p.m.
f T Nw Feature.
t/^EATRE NEWS"
rl"g Simon Wolff
I* WOMAN TO A
WOMAN-
J*l Shuih.na Specter
&ATWN WWPB
KM M Your Dial
MORTGAGE INVESTORS
KI..I i'l..
HENRY
Attoi ne>
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12 i -U-23
iIiim ."Hi da) of November,
i: B L.EATHERMAN
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lly w M \\ STOCKING,
Deuut) Clerk
M CAIN
i.i Plaintiff
i'l.mi. i si. Miami, I'li'i-i'li
TWO CHOICE Pi\RCELS
PROPERTY
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17 Ave. Completely FURN. Tile,
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, extra lot for future building. Asking i
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FAIR REALTY
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COMPANION AVAILABLE
diets,
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SAFE 10%
MORTGAGE INVESTMENT ON DADE
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217 Roper Bldg., Miami, Florida.
< Presentable. Convalescent care, diets,
< Kashruth if desired. Experienced. Re
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pected. UN 6 2291.
GOLD COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY
RONEY PLAZA HOTEL JE 8-5694
"let a\ help you make your affair a memorable am"
o MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT PARTY PLANNING
Jerry Grant Dave Henry Sam Morris
tofen fo
KHACHTEiTS
fc*3j P.m. and
*'" 4:30 p.m. 0n
RATION WMIE
I YOUR DIAL
l"'"'9 Audience
K
lsl Forum
.Tho Air"
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BERTE LONG
Contralto
TUCnCft and SINGER
919 N.W. 23rd Ceart Phone 6S-12B0
(after Dec. 4th) NEwton 5-1280
Dixie Picture Frame Co.
3540 N.W. 54th St.
Florida'* Largest Wholesale Manu-
facturer of Picture Frame*. Moldings
and Framed Pictures
I .< i 'uiienl
Phone 65-1241
Roof Leak?
^Tsn Call Victor Conn
& ....
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Ut roealr it or ap-
ply a nw on*. For rraa
aatiaaato phon*
9-3274
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i family.
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When the Alex Rlchardaom gave a hillbilly parly
at their Star Island home tke other night, the huge
centerpiece on their buffet table was a hillbilly
with a jug in a mound of flowers. While decora-
tions for the tables on the beautiful Richardson
terrace featured corn pipes and other things remi-
niscent of the mountain theme. .
ajchardson was Daisy Mae, and she said hello to a host
ites here, including the Baron de Hirsch Mey.rs, the Sam
fh, Carl Weinklas and tha Joseph Uptons of Dade Fed-
ISftnrninC out in rand stvle were **" nd Mr- Max Waitx,
UalMrs "*'Ph Sparehe's Beth Sholom's presidentDr. and
lad** Struhl, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Unpar, Dr. and Mrs.
UVm and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosen. .
|Tcourse present among the many happy guests were the
ijpnand daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Malvin Richardson.
Ikfoupof the evening went to the Lou Heimans, Sam Gins-
id Morton Lowes -all of whom received prizes for the most
ix billbilb i tumes. v
[Cmasta and mah jong. certainly, as well as other games, will
red when women of the Deborah Tuberculosis Society meet
it the Saxony hotel. Mrt. Louis Cohan is also telling
^ that the business end of the group's meeting will be over
llronch at in o'clock. .
ishng hand- with arrivals will be hostess Mrs. Ed Singer,
jifounder ol 'he local chapter. President Mrs. Louis Levy
[nare honor- with her at the welcome mat.
|All those physicians at the Alax Richardson party remind
kof Mt Sin Thanksgiving feast held last week as part
r medical staff- annual dinner dance in the grand ballroom
rFontaineble.nl hotel. .
[|afe \jack Falk wh le flash bulbs snapped for an eternal record
ill Dr. Morris Goodman in humorous discussion with J. Gerald
a and Leonard Wien. .
strict and Jack were co-chairmen of the event, and assisting
iDn. Mortimer 0. Abrahskin, Maurice I. Bdelman, Saul H.
Jw, Sinford tevine and Sol Selevan. .
JBaldin.;.' ktail party before guests sat down to partake
km lit ion ..I Thanksgiving meal was Max Orovitx. Executive
rSamuel Gertner assisted in toasting staff members.
[inDavid P. Catsman and Mrs. Louis Glasser, prominent Mi
bbwomeii ai ic workers, have been invited by President
w total in the White House conference on educa-
h Wa>hir-' '. week. ,' .
iMn Catsman I Mrs. Glasser are among 27 FlorfaTahs who
I similar ii lions.
eater Mian i hapter of American Women's ORT plan a
rDec 3. 4 and i at which Beach Mayor D. La* Powall will be
[in. Harry Kaufman is busy rounding up clubwomen for the
I which will leature a snack bar,-white elephant table and
i corner .
phase an the light aspect* of the bazaar," explains
"* y to gather funds for the maintenance ol
nde UK I training schools. Self-supporting people
Itheir sens< dividual worth, and ORT is dedicated to
|od'
Umtic touch Mill be palm reading by Frances Thomas at the
Tjtheduled : Vmericaa Legion hall on Alton rd. Chairmen
fmt Harry Tischlcr and Dm Harris.
> > >>>
faliving was an especially thankful occasion for Mr.
Jin Jo Kassewitz, who came from Manchester. Ga., to visit
7n. and daughters-in-law. .
wnaimng them were the Loon Kayos, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
i and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kassewitz, at whose home the
Jf was held. .
^arrival of their grandparents, incidentally, marked the
for a weekend in Cuba of Lois, daughter of the hosts, and
'""lofthe Leon Kayos.
*?>>>>
*rwo War Nancy Rally and Warren Caro were married in
P> last week. .
LTuUndU'Sl a' ,hC ritM *** ,W"*y J* *'"*' f EaSt
i?dwrrtn were classmates at Cornell. While he flew to
JwWi from the Beach, Nancy was winging her way from
where she just completed Use fUm, "Bad Seed."
j,hf' lJ^* Pi<* is beck in the swing of things. She stopped
lltaka M t0 attend to """o* matters on her way from
fhlk^yn extende" triP Mn the European continent. .
tihtiit appareni,y here for the winter, since her friends
J2**" y the fact that shell join Boron do Hirsch Meyer and
JJ* i offering best wishes to Jack Kofood at a testimonial
* at the Hi.rjm. t.... v_..
'he Bisctyne Terrace hotel.
I**,
yitopfashiom around town this fall will be Mrs. Hal
WtaM *,in,r*u* >< rs. Harold Londfiold. .
'fiaopMh French*ccnld irota th shopping the tn0
Past summer.
* c
kJajSol,irir*n' Pres'*en< of Tropical Park, is vacstioning st
sw!!r*d'l ,or t'* unUl Mrs. Silberman joined him
"VtiaJi *here "** vWted their son. .
MaSin,Lat tl* FosstaioebJesu is former Tropical owner
* *h him it lovely wife Mihta.
ti^T^L7r?i<** hav visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
'h!TL:;dGorce dr raMMwwe. .
SI 2r"u ar* back in Buffalo. N.Y. With them went
e*u? they ,nten<* *o return here after the holidays
tater season.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, December 2, 1955
Section B
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz discuss pleasan-
tries with Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett. The Orovitzss met the Foreign Min-
ister at a reception tendered by Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedland in their North Bay rd. home.
Mr. Sharett was here to address a Trustees of
Israel function at the Fontainebleau hotel.
H
umcanes
Over-Not for Sholom Ladies
Miamians think the ravages of Hood are
distant geographically from this citj or even in time
- the) are sadlj mistaken
mi has no! had a hurricane since 1950, but
other areas ol this nation have and no mistake
about it
Among such stricken areas was the little commu-
nity oi Winsted, Conn., snd Miami this week felt
the impact ol the flood Winsted reeled under back
on Aug. 19 and again on Oct. 16.
One of the victims in Winsted was Beth Israel
Synagogue Mrs. Allen Rosenberg, president of Beth
Israel last week wrote to describe the plight of her
congregation. "You no doubt read about the flood of
Aug 19 and saw on TV the destruction caused by
the Mad River and the havoc it did to an entire bus-
mess and shopping area on Main st.. she said "But
you dont know what it did to our Beth Israel Syna-
gogue."
Mrs Rosenberg revealed that the Hebrew school
and meeting hall were obliterated, the kitchen and
Utility room made a shambles and the 'entire build-
Si creaks ominously." Main support of Beth Israel
omes from its 40 family membership who are prin-
cipally Jewish merchants on Mam st Their hfes
work was wiped out by the flood." Mrs. Rosenberg
explained. "However, they're working like beavers
to start afresh, and while their funds are low, their
hopes are bright."
Beth Israel's plea did not go unheard in Miami.
This week. Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom re-
sponded with assistance. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. Beth
Sholom Sisterhood president, wrote Mrs. Rosenberg
that her organization was forwarding a check for
S100 to the Winsted congregation. "We have been
taught to be concerned not only for our immediate
family of Beth Sholom," she said, "but also to be
concerned about the welfare of all Israel.
"We pray," Mrs. Kaplan added in behalf of Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom, "that our humble
contribution and the contributions of others will
restore the religious effectiveness of your syna-
gogue in the immediate future."
Temple Beth Sholom ladies have answered the
plea. Now the Winsted congregation needn't rely
completely on Bobby's father, whose men's clothing
store and home were destroyed by the floor; nor
on Ronnie's father, whose auto supply store was
wrecked; nor, indeed, on any of the parents who are
trying to pick up the threads of their lost businesses
and lives.
For, in the wake of this answer, will come count-
less others throughout the nationis behalf of "all
Israel."
Mi
ami
Beach Girl Writes of Zion s Present-Day Heroes
2 %^75& <"* ^ '"okshe like the Israelis about her. seems to feel
no name For she is convinced of the s.gmf.cance
^fSfand the Jewish State's future.
is the daughter of Mr ana w expressed
?"ta.tLfaB KwUnTyVughter of
'uVand Mr?. HarriVach-Kw.tney. faculty mem-
bers at the Hebrew Academy.
h.rPlf has recently returned from a year
?V"'. andI eel! that Elaine's letter represents
who has identified herself so beautifully with her
brethren in Eretz Yisroel."
Writes Elsine in part:
".. Israel is one of the things in this tumultuous
world of ours that deserves to be and therefore will
be. A fatalistic kind of approach, I know, but never-
theless not ungrounded.
"You ask how the morale is here, or is there any
panic among the Israelis. The morale is splendid:
panic is about the last thing you'd find. You should
know; you spent a year here, and you are used to the
phenomena of border incidents. Did you ever observe
panic or pandemonium?
"You will recall that after these border "inci-
dents" the reports issued by Israel and the Arab
state involved differed rather distinctly. Will I sound
overly chauvinistic to say that in general Arab re-
Continued en Papa 5 B


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Pie Crust Often Makes or Breaks
Pastry, and Here's a Sure Recipe
By LEAH LEONARD
Of course you're as enthusiastic
over the hote water method of mix-
ing pie crust as we are. And it sim-
ply calls for pie. the pastry that is
as American as Lelcach is Jewish
cuisine. So, if you haven't a handy
easy recipe for pie crust, here's
how to make a flakey. tender crust
to be filled with any of the sug-
gested fillings below:
Hot Wafor Pio Crust
6 tablespoons vegetable
shortening
3 tablespoons boiling water
1 teaspoon fruit juice (or milk)
1 cups sifted all-purpose flour
4 teaspoon salt
Place the measured shortening
in a mixing bowl and stir in the
hot water and fruit joice. With a
fork beat the mixture till it ia
smooth and as thiek as whipped
cream Sift together flour and salt
into this mixture, stirring till it
forms a ball of dough that does
not stick to the bowl Turn out on
a 12-mch square of aluminum foil
or heavy wax paper and fold the
edges of wrapping over from all
four sides as tightly as possible.
Pat it down once or twice. Unfold
the wrapping, place another square
of the foil or wax paper over and
roll out to a circle of dough l* inch
thick Fit this into a 9 inch pie
pan. turning under the edges and
iluting all round with thumb and
lorefinger Pnck the pastry with
the tines of a fork to prevent
blistering and bake 15 to 18 min-
utes at 450 or till lightly brown
ed Remove from oven and let eool
in the pie pan rt is ready for eith-
er a chiffon filling, or any cooked
and prepared fruit filling. Try any
of these fillings:
Pumpkin-Nut Filling
I Ml cups cooked and mashed
pumpkin (or canned variety)
1 cup dark brown sugar, firmly
packed
3 eggs, slightly beaten
1 tablespoon flour
I teaspoon ginger
4 teaspoon each cinnamon.
nutmeg and salt
'2 cup orange juice
'< cup pineapple juice
(or substitute 1 cup evapor-
ated milk for fruit juices)
8 pecan or English walnut halves
for topping
Combine ingredients in the or-
der listed and turn into baked pie
shell. Return to oven and bake
15 minutes at 450"-. then reduce
heat to 350' for 20 minutes longer
or till center is set (test with a
wooden toothpick).
Crenborry-Apple Filling
1 can whole cranberry sauce
1'2 cups thick applesauce (home-
made or canned)
2 tablespoons tapioca orMine
crumbs
Grated rind of half a lemon
Strips or rolled out pastry lo
criss-cross top of pic. option
al, or arrange pastry -strips
in wheelspokc fashion
Turn into baked pic shell, ar-
range strips and return to oven to
bake 12 minutes at 450 or till
strips are lightly browned.

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Chop any leftover turkey (or oth
<^jt om efron t
er meat or poultry) or put through at
onion browned in schmalt* 7?c*-'wrapped J, >.**&
Mrs. Louis Glasser. associate chairman of the Miami Beach
campaign in behalf of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
of Yeehiva University, receives a citation for her efforts in
behalf of the college from William J. Levitt, associate national
campaign chairman. The citation was awarded* at the recent
dedication ceremonies of the college. America's first medical
school under Jewish auspces. Similar citations were announc-
ed for Sam C. Levenson, Miami Beach chairman for the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine. R. W. Apte and Isidore Goldberg,
associate chairman.
Mtttinw Fnrtures & FHm
Monday niglit. Oee. 5. Miami
Women's Unit of United Cerebral
Palsy will feature a film showing
children at the clink during thera-
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held at the United Cerebral Palsy
Clinic. 1608 SW 1st st
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A Topic of Happy Conversatio
! m fhisCHWASSC* Wish I Wid pare the sweet c
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.n like many housewives.
Z find meal time a won-
JSjlIenge for bringing up
tan i*W 'tem* hat
Stfvtke menu themselves
!2o'tomake your family's
f^mmg to talk about.
-w these special items are
Ld imong added touches:
^*s, sauces, vegetables
fjunusual ways or de-
jMatoti "d Appl
rjtreet potatoes
Wash and pare the sweet po-
tatoes. Cook in salted water until
they are tender. Drain and cut
into 1-inch slices, crosswise. Pare
core and cut apples into ^-inch
rounds. Melt the butter in a spid-
er. Place the potatoes in the spid-!
er with a slice oJ apple on each !
Pour over them the honey mixed
with water. Cook over a small
fire and baste frequently until the
apples are tender. Keep the skillet I
covered, except during basting
When the apples are tender, put
1 teaspoon of strawberry jam into I
the center of each and put a mara- '
shino cherry in the center of each '
apple. Place in a moderate oven !
uncovered for 10 minutes Serve j
with the sauce.
2 e"?h,d PO,a, Douh"
4 tablespoons melted butter
' cup sugar
| cup cooked mashed potato,.
1 cup buttermilk
4 cups flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
I teaspoon salt
4 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Add to two well beaten eggs,
melted butter, sugar, and cream
h,Z' 2"add mashed ****;
buttermilk and flour, sifted with
baking powder, baking soda, salt
and cinnamon. Beat thoroughly
and put the dough on a floured
board^ Knead lightly and roll it to
2 inch thickness. Cut it out with
a doughnut cutter and drop the
cakes into hot fat at least two or
three inches deep, at 360'. As the
cakes rise to the surface turn them
with a fork to brown on the other
side. When they are done place
them in a wire basket to drain.
Page 3
Beth David Opens Membership Drive
A special memhprshir. ___i____ .
whlhPt membship campaign
men. r oLas lts goal the enroll-
ment of 200 new members at Beth
and Congregation was launched
this week under the leadership of
John Feller.
A new 1956 Chevrolet presented
the congregation by Feller will be
awarded to one of tte members
participating- \v W* campaign
serving as co-chairman with Feller
are Max Jacobson, vice president
of the congregation, and Louis Hei-
man, member of the board of di-
rectors.
The campaign will culminate
with a new member reception plan-
ned for Jan. 8. Serving as team
captains are Harry August, Irving
Bakst. Paul Black, Maurice Daum,
Max Handshu, Louis Heiman, Ec
Mass, Robert Purisch, Mitchell
Shapo. Bert Sher, Charles Z. Spin
garn and Jerome Steifl.
Beth Jacob religious school Wed-
nesday announced a Talmud Torah
award which will be in the form of
a free round trip to Israel. Morris
Krevat, of the Walburne hotel and
chairman of the board of educa-
tion, said the award winner will
be revealed Apr. 15.


Club Woman Enjoys Picking Up Tab for Israel Projects
iilrff, national vice presi-
Pioneer Women, the
or Zionist Organiza-
nenca. who is also na-
sident of the Confer-
^Jfwish Women's Organ-
r|f participating in sev-
ir Women functions!
itioning here for several
Efah her husband, Sidney
Iftw home is in New York.
iliff will be guest speaker
itlurd annual Chanuka din-
IfMisored for her organiza-
|^Ur." Ida Jacobs, president
II of Pioneer Women,
^>kt Sunda) evening, Dec.
(Lincoln Manor restaurant.
LJicobs. who enjoys enter-
ibout 150 guests each
|i picking up the tabs so
pet Israeli project will
IttfftlaVe added pleasure
lieir in seeing her grand
youtut Linda Merlin,
lij>rogram ol pantomimes
I Ike group.
Shedioff, past
;ll. will preside
t\fniug's lestivities.
ortion of the program
widedtv Cantor Abra-
pf Kireseth Israel Cob-
B*o>c ringing will be
b> Joseph Sthreib-
ple Emanu El
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Pfcseu mi the Miami
"fco when she ad-
meeting of Ka-
[wpter Thurda> evening,
n^Wt.Hfiijrw School
fgation
* Pu^km president
fJjWalwijLm,, Council of
stamen an.I Mrs Jacob
Prudent ol Ka.limah
we announced that
all Pioneer Women
clubs in the area and their friends
are invited to attend the meeting
and hear Mrs. Leff.
Also scheduled for the Thurs-
day meeting is a convention re-
port by Mrs. Raffel. who return-
ed recently from the Pioneer
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Club I of Pioneer Women will
hold a Chanuka party at Kneseth
Israel Congregation Thursday-
evening, Dec. 8. Mrs. Sam Wilen-
sky, chairman, announces that
guests will play cards and re-
freshments will be served.
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Join the Woman's Army--And, of Course, Have Some Fun
Want to have fun
Join the Women Army of Is-
rael.
You will be able to see the coun-
try You will be taught singing
and folk dancing. You will live in
bjrrack- which you can make as
dainty IB yon wish Trie trirls com
pete in heautdying their b{Bf-a
It 'l an army such a-- you never
heard of before. Col. Dina Werth,
the head of the Woman's Army,
i~ DOW in America. I don't think
the would have much difficulty in
getting recruits here, if all the
advantages were played up. hut
Col. "Dina" U not here Mr that.
She Is here to sell Israel bonds.
Now that l>rael is forced to spend
10 much of her money for defense
: irposes, the need for Israel bonds
which are used solely for non-mi 11-
purpoaes, to build up the
economy, is doubly important.
In addition to the folk dancing,
they also teach the girl rookie
how to US* a rifle and a machine
gun. how to throw a hand grenade
and a iiav ol the other basic things
which should help the girls later
in lilc. After she is married, it
little Herhie won't eat his spinach.
mother simply cocks her rifle it
the brat. "Sonnie, I think you had
better eal that spinach, don't you
Put that way. of course, Bonnie
According to CoL 'Dina" the
training in shooting which the girl
Col. Dina Werfh
. Army Commander
soldiers uet i> not Intended to
equip them for regular combat
service It i- >mi|>!\ for defensive
purposes
Hut that goes a long ,wav in Is-
rael, where SO much of the fighting
is o| the guerilla type The Arab
band likes t<> come up on the lone-
I) frontier hut In such a ease,
the army cannot easil] be called.
The woman just grabs her gun.
A- far as regular service, the
lady colonel Rives a very unusual
reason why it would not he feasible
to employ women soldiers. In BfeJ>
, lem countries, one buyi his wife
as be buys I sheep or a horse. If
he is well tO do. he ma> bu> a
couple or more wlw However,'
thousands ( Arabs are so poor
they cannot afford Enenfy girls would he a great
temptation to such soldiers. Arabs
might even nun their army in the
hope o| capturing a girl for a wife. |
So until the general economic stan-
dards o| i!ie Middle Baal are rais-
ed, enough so that everyone, may
get bia mate without having to re-
sort to outright capture, it il beat
for women to stay behind the lines.
The first months of training, as
1 have sjkI. are devoted to taking
the girls on hikes, teaching them
to sing together, dance together
and live together. The girls came
to Israel from many different
countries, they speak some 35 dif-
ferent languages and come from
all walks of life.
There are the sabras, the native
born. They are very proud being
1 a sabra to a girl in Israel is like
having l degree from Vassar or
Bennington. A Sabra almost pities
anyone who has not had the good
fortune of being born in Israel.
Col. "Dina'' told of a sabra girl!
who was very fond of an English-
man who had remained behind in
Israel after the end of the Man-
datory regime. This Englishman,
the sabra admitted, was "a won-
derful person" but "unfortunately"
he was born in. Bogaand. What a
calaouty.'traaV-V.*?' -
The folk dancing and the com-
munity singing serves to remove
the feeling of superiority on the
part of the sabra and inferiority
on the part of the others Thomas
.Jpffersett. instead of wrrfma;' th>
Declaration'* of Independence to
prove that all men are equal,
=5^y. December 2.,
I He Vkomcns Armv ^*
J Prace. h, has^nil*
mg to do The womiTsitia
taught to fight d.sea^'Tr
and dirt. There uT' gn0T*
needs uh< **""* ,
!girl soldiers are sent Z ^
* Orumt.d lanus.35aji
basic principle, ol ssaiiia-i
1 hygiene.
Chanuka Seminar to Feature Ladies in Talks, Demonstrations
Chanuka seminar. sponi
bj the Hebrew Academy
\ and the Hebrew Academj
Women, will take place Wednesday
' i ing, Dec. 7. at the Academy
; torium.
Mrs Irving Firt< !. president of
Hebrew Academy Women, will wel*
parents and friends of the
Academy, followed bj Mrs Miriam
Pell Solkoff. president of the PTA,
who will speak on "Jewiah Book
Month."
Mrs Jonah (apian, program
chairman, and Mrs M. II Rosan
house. PTA program chairman.
have announced that the program
will include Rabbi Tibor Stern of
Beth Jacob Congregation, who will
-peak on "Chanuka in the Days
of the Maccabt
"Chanuka Today" will be discuss-
ed bj Mrs Bernice Honig, instruc-
tor of Hebrew at the Academy.
Musical renditions on the
"Chalil," an Israeli flute, will be
offered by Mrs Kay Adiel.
Chanuka foods and delicacie- is
the topic which Mr- Irving Firtel
will discuss and demonstrate.
Community singing under the
direction of Miriam Donnerstag,
music director of the Hebrew
Academy, will complete the eve-
ning program.
Mrs Charles Bogin and Mrs.
Samuel Reinhard will act as hos-
tesse
Mr$. Miriam Solkoff
Alr. Irving Firtel
Consecration of New Torch
Will feature Procession
Consecration of a new Israeli
Scroll of Law at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation Sunday. Dec. 11, will be-
gin with a procession from the
Strath Haven hotel at 2 p.m.. ac-
cording to an announcement this
week by Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiri-
tual leader.
Nathan Ginsberg, of the Strath
Haven, will act as host to the gath-
ering. Mrs. Tillie Levine is donor
of the new Torah.
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Giri in Israel Writes Friend of Zion's Heroic Nature
For out of Zion shall come forth ^
Will they let ? .........." ,"*1" 'ran Wil1 it?
S streets of Jen "ale^ J SKS? ^ ,hcse
happier to be horr ,h l nk would *uu *>*
Tbeen found false? the're, wo^n/Tbou Mho 'fatTtf t ,C7'hlp be
L- know, we don't spread lie,, simply be- about ones friendVan.l\\%lL u S!-1 Wrrying
,Asylnt have to. We don't concoct bravado and I are readreS2 1 ^ F friends
L*i\E Israeli soldier U. by nature of want war; buM0 ^ ^^^^"d^ "ere don't
will be made, i necef.arv L, i T' SaCrifices
were doing finc. SSTSv.^ ^ 'J^j;
ground) tf the world, and our own ZtS**^
Elaine."
- fal and ours true?
rL* i at thinfis realistically, who has made
F -tooking ^ and wno hM reject^j tnese
^filnkine at the record; whost reports have
* Curate after official investigation, and
'"jnd false?
re don't s
have to. We aon i cuncuci uravaao
e ,he Israeli soldier U, by nature of
r: fighting for, heroic. We don't broadcast
*,, hecauvp we have many fine, true things
X. world about And if the world (the U. S.,
inv) lets us live, we shall make a future more
more strong than what has gone before.
rVolunteens" Stephanie Shames. Barbara
JUrr, Christine Johnson and Caroline Perry.
~ Miami Beach High students, receive
awards for Volunteen service from
Vogel (far left), director of nurses
I Ml Sinai hospital They are part of the
ny teenage voluneers who assist the
10V* HOSPITAL' MUSICAL
Women's Auxiliary in relieving hospital per-
sonnel by rolling bandages, running er-
rands, servicing the Snack Bar and other
important functions for the comfort of the
patients. Mrs. Harry Smith (not shown) is
leader of the new group which is seeking
additional volunteers for the coming year.
Sinai Women's Auxiliary Will
Feature Service Theme at Meeting
lWomens Auxiliary of ML Sinai hospital will hold their first meet-
"! the year Friday afternoon, Dec. 2, in the grand ballroom of the
'ebleau hotel.
Orovitz hospital president, and Samuel Gertner, executive
*. will address some 300 new members of the women's organ-
ic Former numbers will serve as hosts at the occasion.
"Know Your Hospital," a musical by Trixie Levin, will be directed
>tae author The program, using the talent of members, will depict
tnnw< projects of the Auxiliary. These include the popular gift
* efficient snack bar. a patients' library, nurses aides, wheel and
"tfvice, hobby therapy group, social service committee, information
aid many others.
Mainly featured, too, will be the hospital's School of Practical
""S which now b of 62 graduates
"*-Louis Glasser is president of the women's group. Vice presl-
include Mrs. Meyer EggnaU. Mrs. Philip LefkowiU. Mrs. Harry
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on Sunday evening. Dec. 4. in the
new auditorium of the Temple.
At that time, the Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman religious school build-
ing, the Rabbi Jacob 11- Kaplan
chapel and the new auditorium will
be dedicated by the rabbinic and
lay leadership of the Temple.
Leonard A. Wien is chairman
in charge of the program: _
Mrs. Camille Baum, affection-
ately known as "Mother" Baum.
will celebrate her 82nd birthday
on Dec. 12 at a party with the
Young-at-Heart. senior citizens
group of Temple Beth Sholom.
Mother Baum is among the
founders of Beth Sholom and
has been active with Mt. Sinai
Auxiliary, National Children's
Cardiac Home and Beth Sholom
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business, education, religion, wel-
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group recommends certain policies
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'Now or Never1 for 100,000 Jews
Of N. Africa, Sue Stevens Reports
i^VjNatibtfj
It is '"now or never" for nearly
100,000 North African Jews geek
ing refuge in Israel, said Mrs.
Bernard R. Stevens reporting to
nearly 1,000 members of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation Wom-
en's Division at their educational
conference Wednesday afternoon
in the Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Stevens has recently re-
turned from an overseas tour of
Israel and other countries as a
member of the United Jewish Ap-
peal Study Mission.
North African Jews, hemmed in
between unfriendly Arabs and
French, are experiencing unbeara-
ble economic tensions and actual
danger to life and limb, Mrs.
Stevens reported. Many are on the
brink of starvation and thousands
of families face the prospect of so-
cial and political pressures and the
possibility of an abrupt end to im-
migration programs
It is up to community campaigns
such as Greater Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal to aid the United
Jewish Appeal, the world-wide re-
lief agency, to implement a record-
breaking fund-raising program in
1956.
Mrs Stevens indicated that Israel
at this time is concerned deeply
with the threat upon her borders
Iron Ibe neighboring Arab states
and is girding for defense b) en
rolling every able bud ie woman into the defense army. Up
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Hadassah Groups Will Hark Henrietta Szold Day Dec
I to the age of 25, young woinen are
drafted1 into the women's army
corps. She paid high tribute to the ,
I indomitable spirit and fierce pride
in their unit and in their desire to
defend their homes and families
i with their lives if need be.
A similar devotion and deication
j was seen by young and old aiik-\
according to Mrs. Stevens. A group
of elderly men and women at a
home for the aged collected the
small fees paid them for their
i handicrafts and turned over the en-'
tire proceeds, nearly $1,000, for
i the Israel defense fund. In addi- j
1 tion. many demanded to be placed i
ion active duty and requested as-!
p signments immediately. I
Despite the daily danger faced
i by the average Israel family and
the constant struggle to maintain
I economic independence, they are
willing to accept in their midst the
many thousands of North African
.lews from Tunis and Morocco
whos lives are threatened daily.
Mr and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
were feature actors in an original
skit describing the welfare services
of Federation's local beneficiary
agencies
Installed as the first official
president of Federation's Women's
Division was Mrs. Irving Lehrman, j
who BBS been functioning as the
yearround chairman since the in- !
notion of the new Federation unit. '
"The women of (ireater Miami are
anxious to tfMIM increasing re-
sponsibilities in the forward prog-
ress of Jewish life, and they find, i
in the Women's Division of Federa- '
turn, an ideal program serving a j
wide variety of personal Interests,"
Mrs I-ehrman said. She commend-
ed the newly elected officers for
their dedication to community
service and invited all women to
enroll in the ranks ol volunteers
Chairman of the all-day confer-
ence w.ts Mrs. Nathaniel M l^vin. '
and Mrs Monte Belli reported on i
business of the day Dr. Benjamin
B Rosenberg, executive director of
Federation, welcomed the record -
bicaking audience of near'y l.()00
Women and congratulated the more
than 50 organizations which had
dedicated their efforts to a greater
Combined Jewish Appeal diive in
1956.
Welcome at the morning leaSkM
was given by Mrs. Samuel 7. Sak
, rais and invocation was givetl by
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
Mrs. Oscar S. Sindell. president
of the Greater Miami chapter, has
designated Monday. Dec. 12, as
"H Day.'' in honor of'Henrietta
Szold. the organizer of Hadassah.
Miss Szold. scholar, social work-
er and teacher, visited Palestine
in 1912. was shocked by the sub-
standard health conditions there
and founded Hadassah to do
something about it.
Some 3.500 women comprising
the membership of the 14 Hadas-
sah groups in the Greater Miami
area will celebrate the birthday
of this great leader with special
parties and luncheons in her
honor. Mrs. Sindell said.
Mrs William Feuer is coordi-
nator of -,H Day."

Dessert luncheon and member-
ship party is on the agenda for
the Henrietta Szold group of
Hadassah when they meet on
Monday noon. Dec. 5, at the
Shelbourne hotel.
Mrs. Miriam Press, membership
chairman. Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan.
program chairman, and Mrs. Bar-
nett Beckerman will participate
in the "Ring of Charm" ceremony
for the induction of new mem-
bers

Israeli group of Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting on Mon-
day noon. Dec. 5. at the Prome-
nade hotel.

Herzl group of Hadassah will
hold its regular meeting Monday
noon, Dec. 5. at the Sorrento ho-
tel.
The program will consist of a
film on youth entitled "Shulamith
hinds Tomorrow."
Mr. Peter Wagner will preface
the presentation by singing
."Rosenkes Mit Mandlen." which
is one of the main theme songs
of the picture

Mt Scopus group of Hadassah
will present a two fold program
on Dec. 5. The first is a salute to
"Henrietta Szold. Woman of Va-
lor." with Mrs. Jacob Kaplan as
soloist ,:ml Mrs. M. W. Lauretz.
accompanist Mrs Homer Ricv-
man is narrator.
The second part of the program
is entitled The Magic Carpet
and is an imaginary visit to Israel,
showing the many facets of the
vast program that engulf Hadas-
sah Medical Organization. Mrs
J. Rogers is chairman, and Mrs.
Leo Frutkoff is co-chairman.
The place is Colony restaurant
at 1 p.m.

Stephen S Wise group of
Hadassah's membership party is
Monday noon. Dec. 5, at the
Monte Carlo hotel.
Program will include "Tell Me
W here it Hurts Leonard Young
will entertain.
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Regular meeting
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2. 1955
>d Plans Two-Day Bazaar
BWerhood of the Ie- meals cooked by Fi^^rhood mem-
^jll hold a bazaar | bers will be served
rfcSJ|f tS-^L F**"r*''.*U ''U -booths (or
,;if/J198 SW 24th ter. house furnichin|,s< p,an(s ^OJ
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l^innen of the event are J apparel and remnants of all -ypes
2T WUlwJ" Dickson.lAlso sched^gd are booths lor ch.
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Tuesday, Dec. 6. in the Beth
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Beth David Sisterhood's,
Torah luncheon.
Guest of honor will be Mrs. Mir-
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the afternoon with a musical pres-
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Torah luncheon is also slated at
the Algiers hotel on Dec. 15. Chair-
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Jnday,
Mrs. Hubert Saal
Mrs. Albtrt Sttmbtr9
Beachite Ted Saal, iSteinbergs Live
Bride on Honeymoon In Coral Gables
Son of Miami Beach resident
Mrs. Theodore Saal. Hubert Saal.
i lined Mi-. Rollene Janet Water-
man, of New York City. Sunday.
The noon reremony took place
in the home of the bride. She is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs \-i-
Mass
The bride's father pave her in
marriage She wore an Italian silk
g< \vn and tulle veil which fell
from a lace cap. She carried a
white orchid and roses on a white !
satin Bible.
Mrs Walter Wadsworth Simons. !
Jr., was matron of honor, and Bar-
Mrs. David Ullmmm
Fred, Jacobs Wed
In Kentucky
Wedding of Miss Rose Katherine
Fred and Marvin Alan Jacobs took
place Sunday in Mt. Vernon, Ky.
The ceremony was at 2 p.m. in
Temple Adatath Israel.
Miss Fred is a graduate of Ohio
State University. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi and served
as president of her sorority in
school.
Mr. Jacobs, son of Mrs. Mnllie
Jacobs, 1604 Drexel ave., Miami
Beach, is a student at Ohio State
Law School. He was president of
his fraternity. Phi Sigma Delta.
A four-day honeymoon trip to
Nassau followed the wedding of
Judy Marilyn Herman and Albert
Steinberg Wednesday. The newly-
weds re'urned Monday to their
new home at 3611 Toledo st.. Coral
Gables.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg per-
formed the 7:30 p.m. ceremony at
the Biscayne Terrace hotel. A din-
ner followed.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mr- I-adore Berman. of 2680 Hil-
Ola st., was given in marriage by
her father. She wore a gown of
bara Coolcy was the bride's other chantilly lace and tulle, accented
attendant. James Yaffee was best j by a scooped neckline dotted with
sequins and tiered and bouffant
skirt. Her fingertip veil fell from
a crown of pearls, and she carried
a bouquet of orchids and lillies-of-
the-valley.
Cheri Jean Berman was maid of
honor for her sister, and brides-
maids included Susie Mar bey.
I Stella Rosenfeld. Frances Hurwitz
and Estelle Fleishman.
their marriage Nov. 13 at Beth I
David Congregation. They return-
ed this week to their new home
at 3280 W. Flagler st.
Mrs lllman is the former San-
dra Rand, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. !
Abraham Rand. 808 SW 7th ave. I
Mr. I'llman i> the ion of Mr. and
Mrs, Samuel Lllman, of Daytona
Beach
A reception in the temple's so-
cial hall followed the 4:30 p.m.
ceremony at which Myrna Kaplan ; I CJUMS, SC(|UII1S I)()t MlSS SIia|)lI*() S ('lOWIl
nan for Mr Saal
The couple will travel to the
British West Indies on their wed-
ding trip.
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The David Murry Cllmans are
honeymooning in Havana following
Mr. Steinberg is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Steinberg, of 3165
SW 18th st. His brother, Harold, of
Fresh Meadow. NY., was best man.
t'shers included Sidney J. Berman,
brother of the bride: Robert Allan
Case, cousin of the bride; David
Berman and Ira Segal.
Mm. Marvin Jacobs
served as maid of honor and Har
net Rand, sister of the bride, was
junior bridesmaid.
Albert Lllman. of Ridgeland.
S.C., served as best man for his
brother, and Mark Einhorn, cousin
ol the bridegroom, was ring bear-
er.
Washington. D.C., will be the
temporary home of newly married
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jules Gutter-
man. The bridegroom is a military
intelligence research specialist for
the government.
Rabbi Leon Krpnish officiated
Sunday at the double ring, candle-
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Many prominent clubwomen and leaders n
honored Mis. f v. Doehew at reception last week^n ^ *1
of the Algiers hotel iy h, the fiancee of Roll.V* i
at the University of Miami medical school. ""* I
The affair featured a "No Men Allowed theme w.
taking a tough exam precisely at that moment e u*
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patron, Boca Raton realtors V, ,,he
are the Rudy Biumi, Miami Beach. Rudy is the un T "*
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The bride is the former Arlene
Sandra Shapiro, daughter of Mrs.
Philip Shapiro. 701 SW 44th ct .
and the late Mr. Shapiro. Mrs.
Shapiro and the bride's brother,
Albert, gave her in marriage.
Alencon lace trimmed the bride's
silver-white silk gown made on
princess lines. Seed pearls and se-
quins were embroidered on the
sweetheart neckline and the full
skirt fell into a cathedral train.
Pearl and sequin-trimmed head-
piece held her fingertip illusion
veil, and she carried white "roses
and orchids on a prayer book, a giftJ
of the bridegroom's mother.
Mrs. Jerome D. Cohen was her
sMej's only attendant
Mr Gutterman. son of Mr and
Mrs Sol (iutterman. 1455 Michi-
gan ave., Miami Beach, chose Alvin
Atlass to be his best man. Ushers
were Jerome I) Cohaa and Dr,
Herbert Goldberger.
The bride is a Miami High grad-
uate and attended the UM.
through Eurooe and Israel.
Beach publicist, Mrs. Leo
Arthur DcGutt. .
Telling her own anecdotes about a South of the RnH
Mexico was Sue Zukemiek. who recently returned here wTi.
Harry "n W
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Eva chose a lovely pink brocade sheath creation with n
shoes. Despite the "No Men Allowed" theme. Rudv rnanaced
in for a few moments toward the end of the reception a I
dentally, had her own story to tell. .
It was all about a New York Times magazine feature at
desegregation in Baltimore elementary schools. A class which
been teaching was picked to illustrate the article, and showed ,
of wide-eyed youngsters listening to lovely teacher Evt The we
is Dec. 25, to be followed hy a Nassau honeymoon and hou<*ke
in a Coral Gables apartment. The bride-elect told quests her 1
is the better cook of the two so far. .
THREE CEIEBR4T/0NJ IN OWE AT THE MNTAINERLE4U
Temple Emanu-EI's mortgage burning dinner Sunday evenii
the Fontainebleau featured two side celebrations in the mi
festivities, a huge cake, replete with candles, was brought to the I
table to surprise Temple president Samuel Friadland on the
of his birthday. .
"You shouldn't have done it." Sam told the more than 700
gathered in the grand ballroom, "but I'm glad you did." While a
of happy birthday ditties were being sung, dinner chairman
Talianoff prepared to announce the 31st wedding anniversary
and Mrs. Joseph Rose. .
Mrs. Irviitff Cypen addressed the gathering in her capacii
Sisterhood president Hani chose a stunning red dretf,
set off by her dark hair. Hattia Friedland's choice was a _
gown. .
Long time winter resident Leonard Gross is hack in his
Gables home. Leo spent two months in Europe this summer,.
TWO ANNIVERSARIES ON THANKSGIVING DAT
Thanksgiving day meant a double celebration (or Mr.
Philip Woiu ... On that day, they celebrated the tenth anniver
their marriage in Lake wood. N. J., Nov. 24. 1945 Phil and
marked ten years of their operation of Royal Hungarian restaurai
731 Washington ave.
Over 500 persons attended the affair at the noted kosher estal
ment to pay honor to the couple Guests included Rabbit Tiber f
Joseph Rakovsky, Jonah Ceplan and Irving Lohrman, who paid
to them for their activity in kosher catering .
Phil and Rose have four children Miriam, Sol and David i
Hebrew Academy Three-year-old Jacob makes up the happy
some Pioneer Women's delegation headed by Mr$. Euia W
also was present to honor the couple
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Mr. and Mrs Mauri* Laska
nounce the engagement f_
daughter, Sandra, to Pvt
Bard. The Laskina live *t
Harbor dr.
Mr Bard is the son of Mr.l
Mrs. Alex Bard, of Milwauhaj
is a graduate biochemical en
at the University of W
where he was a member of.
Chi Sigma, professional cnji
engineering fraternity, "eta
tioned with the Army at ronj
The bride elect attended;
University of Wicunsin and'S
at the Unlversit) o( HowR,
major is speech education.
u a member of Alpha, Ep^
sorority.

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^ely hancees Eye Calendar For Wedding Dates
<5[
in hiilh Siegel
|jnity Beauty
mcs Engaged
(itlendin? the Iniversity
Judith Frances Siegel
Davidson
lapgement is being an-
by the parents of the
Mr. and Mrs David H.
I N. Broadualk, Holly-
of Massachusetts. Ju-
i junior art major at the
rof Miami She is sweet-
Delta Phi fraternity.
! bridegroom is the MR
Davidson 420 Gr/J
Miami Shuns, and the
Davidson Formerly of
Sheldon attended City
WN.Y. and the I niversity
jjL He is a past president
Phi. He entered the
tices Nov 21.
pie are planning a wed-
ttfc summer of 1956.
Lamm Will
Mr. Wcisscl
I rued high al a family
ty last week announced
I of Susan Lamm and
iTeissel Their wedding
(place in Miami Beach in
was hell at the home
loVto-be's parents. Mr.
Richard Lamm, 1620
Bia ave
n. a graduate of Mi-
tt high school where she
>r of Quill and Scroll
fwaj Honor Society, is
"3ing the University of
pal son of Mr and Mrs.
of 462(i (iranada,
graduate.! from Val-
Military Academy and
*ty of Miami School of
^ownudym^,, theUni-
jhami Law School, he
wr of Iron Arrow.
ff and Mark
Ijonin Nassau
j.*larkandlii. ttride. the
LJanoff. are in Nas-
,*' Mom. sk0p offi-
iat*,,Pm (',r'''nony in
'* Riviera dr.. Cora!
i*"** of ,h, famiUes
AWll Florence ffub.'n
Rubin, Fern Plan
For Spring Weddinc
After a spring wedding. Florence
Rubin and Ronald N. Fern will
reside in Miami.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mrs. S. Meyer Klein, of Lewis
town. Pa., and Matt Rubin, of Pitts-
burgh.
She is a graduate of the I'niver-
sity of Pennsylvania School of
Nursing. She is living at 1485 Bay
rd.
Mr. Fern is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Michael R. Fern. 214 NW 84th
st. He is a graduate of New York
University where he studied ac-
counting.
Miss Dubler Fiancee
Of Businessman
Planning to be married in March
re Miss Leila Harriet Dubler and
Joseph Louis Jaffe.
The wedding will take place in
Beth David Synagogue.
Announcement of the couple's
plaris eames from the parents of
the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than T. Dubler. 1636 SW 19th st.
Mr. Dubler is a pioneer Miami rest
' dent and has made his home here
since 1912.
The prospective bridegroom is
'the son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin
Jaffe. 1895 SW 11th ter. He at-
i tended schools in Newark. N.J..
I served four years in the Navy and
is associated in the furniture busi-
ness with his father.
Miss Dubler is a graduate of Mi-
ami high school, where she was
a member of the orchestra and En-
tre Nous. She attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and now is em-
! ployed by Larry Marks Wholesale
Dress Co.
attended the ceremony.
The bride wore white lace over
blue taffeta and a short, rhine-
stone-studded veil. She carried a
white orchid.
Leo Mark was his brother's best
man.
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Ulanoff. 5950 SW 16th st.. were
hosts at a reception for the bridal
party and family members at the
Colony restaurant.
Among the guests were the
bridegroom's parents. Mr. and lira
Morris Mark, who traveled here
from Houston, Tex.
Miss Marilyn Goldstein
Late December Rites
For Miss Goldstein
Late Decemher wedding in Or-
lando will unite in marriage Miss
Marilyn Carol Goldstein and Nor-
man a Roasman, Jr.
The couple's betrothal was an-
nounced at a reception Saturday
niRht in the home of the bride-
groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Rossman. 4455 Prairie ave.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Goldstein is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goldstein,
Orlando. A native of Charleston,
S.C.. she was graduated from Riv-
ers high school and Rice Business
college In Charleston she was ac-
tive in the Dock Street Theater.
She also attended the College of
Jewish Studies in Chicago and is
now executive secretary with
Southeast Steel Sales Co. in Or-
. lando.
Mr. Rossman is a graduate of the
! University of Florida, where he
j was a member of the debating team
and active in other campus affairs.
He majored in business administra-
tion, is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi and a real estate broker in
Orlando.
i
i
Mist Leila Dubler
Mist Susan Lamm
Alberts Announce Lorraine's Troth;
Couple Met at Temple Israel Social
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Albert, for- of Mechanical Dentistry.
Weddings Receptions Meetings
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| announce the engagement of their
i daughter. Lorraine, to Richard J.
Berger. The Alberts reside at 1040
:SW 22nd ave.
Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Berger, formerly of
| Rockaway Beach, N.Y., and now of
1717 SW 17th ct.
Miss Albert attended schools in
! New York City and graduated from
{ Miami Senior high school in June,
1949. She received a scholarship
1 to Charron-Williams Commercial
College from which she graduated.
Since moving to Miami, she has
been active in B'nai B'rith organ-
izational activities. She is past
! president of ALS B'nai B'rith Girls,
I Star chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women and past advisor to Hillel
B'nai B'rith Girls.
She has been employed as sec-
retary to Gilbert J. Balkin, director
of the Florida Regional Office,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, for the past several years.
Mr. Berger attended schools in
Rockaway Beach, N.Y. He is a
graduate of Far Rockaway high
school anu the New York School
He is a
member of the United States Naval
Air Reserve and has served for the
past seven years.
The couple met at a social affair
of Temple Israel Young Adults
held at Naples, Florida, and plan
to be married January 29, 1956.
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Services In
"Jewishthjrktcyy
hold
5:15.
HEBREW ACADEMY will
Friday evening services at
Saturday morning services are at
9. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Katz, will become Bar Mitzvah.
Rabbj Alexander Gross will preach
. on the Ui'kly Portion. Mincha is
at 5 p.m., followed by .Shalos Seu-
dos. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m., with Sunday serv-
ices at 8 a.m.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER, will hold late Friday evening
.-trvices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Ab-
ramuwitz will officiate and preach i
on: "Pride or Prejudice." Hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat will be North |
Shone Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and the
Auxiliary. Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:45. Richard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Lane, will be
Bar Mitzvah. Services will be de-
voted to the Jewish National Fund.
Cantor Edward Klein will render
the musical portion of the liturgy
Choir i- under the direction of Eli
Samuels.
Houses
S Y MAtYdft f S
CREATE) MIAMI
ABOVE LINCOLN ROAD
AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTButi 7lh
Rabbi lima. KvT.
ETM ISRAEL CONOREQATION 40-i Prairie ivf. Orthodox. Rabbi H
l*'iil* Jtotlin.in. '-.,'
t. Orthodox,
'%^^$m$%6&VI P^r^, **m
Hmkki Abraham Norton
. "Power of rait*"
^AMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
8 15. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will
discuss the first in a series of BoY-
Change of Name A Change of
Destiny Torah class follows Kid
dush.
i
BaWH JACOB CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at 5 and 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tibor
moos on: Conservative Judaism." Stern will discuss. "Should Israel
Saturday morning services are at I
8:30. Sonia. daughter of Mr. and.' --------'-----------------------------
Mrs. AI Rosenberg, will become
Bas Mitzvah. The Rosenbergs will
be hosts at the Oneg Sabbat fol-
lowing Friday evening services
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
i 7 30. Herbert Buchwald will of-
liciate and discuss; "Preparation
for Chanuka choir will aaaiat
Saturday morning services are at
9:30
R
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA
tion will hold Friday evening aer-
Vic .: 5 15. Rabbi Ada Becker
will officiate and discuss: "A
Strange Meeting of Brother-
class in Talmud is Saturday morn
Bl H. Sendee* commence at
8 30 a n Class in Bible will be U
ri um. followed by Mincha and
SI alos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs Jo
i ii SwarU a 'II be hosts
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Pridaj evening services at
5 15. Saturday, morning services
are ai 8:30 Rabbi Sbtnaryahu
Swirskj Mill officiate and preach
on: "History Does Net Banaal It-
i i.'ins Gertenhaua
will render the musical portions of
the liturg) Junior lerv'ees an-
al 10 a m. m Yeabiva Hall. Class
in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami \vill
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Jo.seph Narot will
I.....h 0 How Our Concept of
Death Determines Our Concept of
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
Kialov 17-5:11 pjn.
k
taVoV Ahratunwi
TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM tin Cftaowtvo. Liberal, 'BMral L*on tvrcmia
Pantwr Samuel Kelt-mer.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL-1701 Waahlnaton ivf. Conservative. Rabbi Irvin*
Lelirman. Cantor Philip BrunuMi "
ELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONOREQATIONJ01 -SI 1 \Vashln*tun ave. Orthodox
KaJ.bi Tibor Stern. Caator Maurice M.uiwh.-N lnm"-
BETH TFILAH CONOREQATIONS.'. Kurild aVe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo.
iph K. RBckovak)
HEBREW ACADEMYSIS 6th at. Orthixlnx. Rabbi Alexander Uroaa
KNESETH ISRAEL CONOREQATIONHIT. Buclld av. Orthodox Rabbi
Jonah i: r.iplnn Cantor Abraham Heir.
TORAH TEMPLE12.M Wast av. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham
sad Lou
CORAL QABL B *ajam jSbSi n fli T T
Palermo avo. Liberal. Rabbi
CORAL CABLES JEWISH CENTER 1..'"
Monil Bkop Cantor Irving Rol.lnaon
ZAMORA JEWISH CBNTEH-14 Zaniora
Leon lint-wilt. Cantor Rudolph Drill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
ave.. Conservative Rabbi
1!.
BETH RAPHAEL CONQREQATIOMlli NW 3r?' ave. .Orthodox. Rabbi
Ai ie llt'.ki'i.
a n d F T
-AUDERDALE
Monroe lit Hollywood
Haye a Sanhedrin?" Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 Sub-
ject of the lennon is -The Peo-
ple of which Book?" Cantoc Mau-
riee Mamchea II render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy Class
in Bible is .,t 4 is p.m. Daily aarv
ire scheduled for 7:31) a m and
5 p.m.
*
AGUDATM ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Fridav eve-
ning services al 5:15. Saturday
morning tervicea are al Rabbi
Isaac Ever will officiate and dis-
cuss "Guard US Against Our
Friends Mincha is ;,t 5 pm., f0|.
lowed bj Shalos Seudos and Maar-
iv Daily services will he at 8 am.
and r, 30 p m with Sunday serv-
il I al !l

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridav c\enini> serv
Wea at 8:15 Rabbi Henry Okolica
w-ll discuss -Look' Looks Upon
the American Jew Cantor Mau-
rice Neu will rander the musical
portions of the liturgy Lucille
Moore directs the choir Saturday
morning services are at 9 Mar-
son of Mr and Mrs. Philip
HOLL YWOOD
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD
CllB !)hi ltabbi Kamurl 1..I.T
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD ?M0 I'olk JO.. Hullvwood. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi DavM Shapiro Caijtot YehudaV HelmMrmv ton"rr,m
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDEROALE-lgOl South Andrewa ave
Kt. Lauderriale. Itebirm. Rabbi Marlus Hanson
HI A L E A H MIAMI -SPRINGS
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER>31 Raat 4th ave Con-
aervatlve.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE l8RAEL-^-IJ7 NK 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Kmerlni*. Cantor Jacob rWnitetn
TIFBRETH ISRAE4. NORTHSIDE CENTER -7- SS00. North Miami ave
Confteliatlvo. Rabbi Abraham Ji.raon Cantor Albert UlalMa.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATIONi:*0l NW Kth ave.
FLAGLER-ORANAOA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER00 NW ;it B
Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm ^
NORTH MIAMI
NORoTM.PAOE JKW,*H CENTF.R-m.10 Weat Dixie hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Henry iikollra. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONOREQATION- 161th at. and NK 11th ave.
^rvative. ltabbi luaac bferw.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION ?3SS Coi.l Way Conservative.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE- -Xi:. S\V Xrd ave ConMervutlve. Rabbi
raaku> Roaenbem Csatoi William W Up
BETH EL CONGREGATION :, snimary.-ihii T BwlfSkr- Cantor LotiU Cai tenhaua.
ISRAELITE CENTER till SW L'lth trr. C..i .s.rvatlve. Rabbi Motton
M.Livak.v. Cantor Sumurl Salkow
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL ANO CONGREGATION-HOI SW |ff*a> av
I'rthodox. I:..l.l.i Simon April Cantor llcrele Keletnor.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER- r.720 SW 17th at. Conservative Rabbi
AKiid Wu.Miian.
Gateman. w,|| bL-J
v'\ Cantor lrXZfih
ioru
m

come Bas Mitzvah. Robert, son of
Mr and Mrs Harold Granoff, will
become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer renders the musical
portions of the liturgy.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER
Bar Mitzvah.
p.m.
Mincha will be at 5
Emeritus of
"< Minn, saturg;
Mr and Mrs. H. Ue tt
Jeffrey Laird, son of k?"
Murray yr.vi< J' "
Mitzvah. Rabb UhL
cuss the Weekly PW
Brumn?d 53 PnL Brummer renders the n2
tions of (he liturgy. W"
COMMUNITY CENT^,
Jr day evening seRfa, s
Saturday morning *n, 5I
Stanley, son 0f Mr Jl
Harold Jay. il> become ,1
vah. Rabbi Uo Heim will '
and chant the liturgy Hij
will be based on the Wttttl
Jon- Mincha is at 5 p.m., I
by Maanv. Daily services,
a.m. and 5 p.m.

ISRAELITE CENTER J
tnday evening services
Saturday morning services a
8:30. Rabbi Morton Malaraj
officiate, with Cantor Sam,
kow rendering the musical I
of the liturgy Mincha is
p.m., followed by Shalos I
Daily services are at 7:30 n.
15 minutes before sundown
MONTICELLO PARK CC
CATION will hold Friday e
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi!
Lerer will officiate and prea
the topic: "Fundamental
pies of Judaism Saturday
ing sen Ices arc at 9. Rabbi;
will discuss: The Basis forj
promise." Daily services wl
at 8:30 am and 5 p.m., pn
by a lecture on Midrash
BETH ISRAEL CON
TION will hold Friday e
services at 5 10 p.m. Sa
CORAL GABLES icwitu rcaa I morning ^mi<" arc at 9.
TaVaiihul. I JEWISH CEN- H. Louis Rottman will officia
I Bh,ald onwfy e.!en,ng **"" Preach on the topic: "A Ml
um ,:Ii-.w*-?1" ums SkPierat.on/ Class in Bible
w,l, hold^iday evening services | TOttS! Sing ^S ^^^3^
at 5.JO. Late services are at 8:30.1 Book Month Subject of the ser- s"idlL'>oiiNuaos
when Rabb, Alfred Waxman mon ,s -Genfle Reactions to J?w- pT'0" "* *
nZ,^h KK,"Rf,d Wrong ,vh '^als.\ Candle blessing will Pm
Oneg Shabbat will follow Satur-; be led by MrV David Gateman and M1AM, HEBREW SCH00l
9,1 Miss Sophie Schwartz. Saturday CONGREGATION will hold
when Stanley Clyde, son of Mr. morning services are at 9:45. Mar-
and Mr>. Kenneth Surloff. becomes tin. son of Dr. and Mrs David
.........'-.'...."." vui -uik.-V|u 1)1 ------- mi. .um Mrs. l'(l
Lilt." Saturday morning services Abel- Wl" become Bar Mitzvah.
are al ll Michael, son of Mr. and
lira. Norman Todd. will become
Bar Mitzvah.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
nu Bervkea at 830 Rabbi Ab-
rahaai Herson will preach on the
topic: I he Power of Fajth Can-
tor Albert Glantz will render the
musical portions of the liturgy Sat
Ill-dag morning service* are at 9
Subject of the sermon is: "A
Dr. Rosenberg Will Address
ZVS&SX: Annual Meet of Community Center
>i Yaakov HiKi.nh.rn *
BETH DAV
will hold Friday
at 8 If, Rabbi YaakovlosenUrg
will officiate and preach n
Iapa and Life Analyze Jews and
Judaism." Cantor William W Lip-
Mn will render the tlusical por
tion.N of the liturgy Saturday
morning services are at 9 Ivan
son of Mr and Mrs John Feller'
wll be Bar Mitnah Junior serv-
ices are at 9:J0 a.m.
KNESETH IERASL CONGRB
CATION will hold Friday evening
wvieea at 5 p.m. First late serv
*** JS. setson commences at
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will in
Dr Benjamin. B Rosenberg, ex
ecuUve director of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will be guest
speaker at the fifth annual meet
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
< 'immunity Center Tuesday eve-
ning. Dec. 13, at the Center s Town
Branch.
Una. Juliu.s Weiner. chairman,
Wednesday revealed that the meet-
ing will feature the annual elec-
tion ol officers and board of rectora
Subject of Dr. Rosenberg's ad-
.-. (,res-s W'H I* "Are We Serving
duel 110 new members in the con- t,urGrow1H Community'
gregation. Saturday morning serv "r Ko*"ncrK came to Miami
are at 8:30. Subject of the MU'ral V*** aJo after six year*
sermon is based on the Weklv dir*'-'r of field service for the
Portion. Cantor Abraham Seif will (, "unal o Jfwish Federations and
iofficiate. Rabbi's class is at 430' e Kuntis. where be wa re-
p.m. Mincha w.ll be at 5 pm fol-" sPon*iMe for the functioning of
lowed by Shalos Seudos Daily serv- e,gnt rf,*'ona' "'fices corehng the
ices are at V, am and 5:15 p ra ,>nt'rc na'n.
He received his Doctor of Phil
hJJT4"? BB SHOLO* will WOP** degree in 1935 at Jhn
'preach the second ,n a series of Z **"? d,rector- h h*
two sermons on: The Po ,n 0 ^ r"^n'W* 'or the success-
1 the Jew in America rJ" Z" fU ?ndUCt of ,h^ Annu.l Cn,.
1 the Jew in America Today Satur 1h .. "* AnnUal Combin-
day morning services are at 0 I ZX^rT^ LT ^ ^ I
R^.W.^.r Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and hX". wel"?.^"l"^"^
...mm,*** Mrs. William Yanowitz, wil, I* 11| jeJl^^"" '
Or. Itmjmmim *itaarf
&
M,G\Jsr BRO^ HYt
!i
evening services at 5:30 p.mJ
urday morning services are al
Rabbi Simon April will off
and preach on the topic:
Issues at Stake." Daniel, son i
and Mrs. Ruben Cohen,
come Bar Mitzvah On
is at 4:30. Daily services
7:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRll
JEWISH CENTER will hold
| evening service'- at 8:15 pn
Donald MichaeNon. directo
Hillel Foundation at the Li
of Miami, will be uuest speakfl
I discuss: "Religion in the SthJ
1 Lester Chenanie will official
render the musical portions
liturgy. Jay Browdt will
; Oneg Shabbat follow
MONUMiHlS kU H*
mi imm-
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tmtfmmt ia rVaHW ?**
i phtmmn m Hit duhachM
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_____.pis SIOO.000 Mrs. Dunne WednesHav .,;'. v ,M ^V\.CI|IUCI
kr0M. Scts a $100,000
*1JS6 according to Mrs.
Dunne, president of
EvMMbh" nursing hortc
Ltfmd; M* r<-<-'-"-ch. rehabil-
fcnees. wheel chairs and
",'l*Mor afflicted persons.
Mrs. Dunne Wednesday estimat
ed that more than 250.000 nervm*. I
throughout the United States have
Etiple sclerosis, for which mcdi-J
has not yet found a cure.
rter Miami ehapter is one of
[the 00 in the United States, and
I there are seven in foreign coun-1
tries.
forMr,i1,,,,oT S,a,ed 'hc kick"
with h, camPa'8n will .tart
',. the annul canmster fund,
rais.ng drfve. on Dec. 0. la
Mr and Mrs. Stephen c()nts
members of the hoard of directors
"i Multiple Sclerosis, have been
named chairmen of the Super;
Market Brigade that will cover 65'
-uper markets in the Greater Mi-!
"" *J^l*Mec'9 and 10 and v'
(>e atwisted by members of the Mi
''** "d-,: ^ 7.
"w n*c. t2, atx?tfr*800 mcmfiffi '
of Miami Moose Louge No. 1597!
will cover downtown Miami. ac-|
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cording to Henry Ransburgh. vice
president of MS. governor of lodge.
Mrs. Dorothy Marcum has be"en
appointed chairman of the Hialcali
and Miami Springs cannister drive,
and Btrrt Loebl, member of the
hoard of directors '6f MS, has been
appointed chairman of the special
gifts committee.
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Frid
Howard Paul Hauser. son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Hauser.
will celebrate his Ear Mitzvah
Saturday. Dec. 3. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Howard
is an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach High School and
attends Temple Emanu-El religi-
ous school.
Elliott Kati to be
Bar Mitzvah
Elliott is an eighth grade student
Harry KatZ, lOOl S. 2ti!h eve., Hol-
lywood, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Dec 3. at the
Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Cross will officiate.
The Bar Mit/vah will conduct the
Musat services and will read the
complete Sabbath portion from the
Scroll.
Following the services. Kiddush
will be held at the Academy in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.
Elliott is an eight grade student
at the Academy.
Jeffrey Laird Savedoff, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Friend,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Dec. 3. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Jeffrey is
an eighth grade student at Mia-
mi Beach High School and
attends Temple Emanu-El religi-
ous school.
Fellers Will Host Synagogue
Ivan Feller will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Dec. 3, of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will offi-
ciate, with Cantor William Upeon rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Ivan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feller. 1S4S
SW 18th st.. Miami The Fallen have been active
members at Beth David for more than ten yean.
Mr. Feller is now serving as a member of the Beth
David board of directors.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High School and has been at-
tending Beth David religious school for the past five
years.
At Shenandoah. Ivan is an active member of the
school's film club.
F'loral offerings will be presented by his parents
to adorn the altar at Sabbath services. The Fellers
will also be hosts at Kiddush, as well as at the Tallis
and Tefilin club Sunday morning in honor of Ivan's
Bar Mitzvah.
lay,
in Honor of Son
l4K
but fcllw
David Cohen Will Address
Congregation Saturday
Daniel Ira Cohen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Cohen. 922 SW 2nd
st., will become
Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Dec. 3,
at Miami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation.
Daniel attends
Kda Merritt Jun-
or high school.
He is in the band
ind is secretary
>f his class. He
s also a pupil in
the religioui tcbool of Miami He-
brew School
Daniel will conduit Mrviee* and
address (he congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
More About Brides... Wedding Bells... Honeymoons. J
BIRTHS
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Hersch Rermnn Nov. 24
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Israel Abrams. Nov. 21
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Louis
Sidweber. Nov. 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Wenger. Nov. 22.
Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lavin. Nov. 20.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cranman. Nov. 19.
Daughter Horn to >, .-.m' Mrs.
Arthur Hirschberg. Nov. 17.
Doughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Sandier. Nov. 12.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Daniel Heller. Nov. 11.
Ardmor*
ROBERT GRANOFF, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granoff.
4495 Jefferson ave., will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 3.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offici-
ate. Robert, a student in Beth
Sholom religious school, is in
the eighth grade of Nautilus
, Junior High School.
Do-it-Yourself
HJgh Stylos Have
Top in Everything
-nethlng new la the #
do-it-yourself erafti can be
!dJS ,ho new ^h"n "'"''"' I at
152o M\ 27h ave Miami. Th.s
shop specializes in supplies and
fixla I for all sr,s of handi-
rraf in the way of beadwork. sea
shell jewelrv luppllea. fashion
rim. bags, baubles, buttons and
bows.
Candlelight Rites
Unite Miss Waldman
And Mr. Durmaskin
A candlelight ceremony at the
Saxony hotel Nov. 26 united Gloria
Ruth Waldman and Norman Dur-
maskin in marriaee. Rabbi Leon
Kronish performed the double ring
ceremony, assisted by Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemcr.
The bride is fhe daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Waldman. 9623 East
Broadview dr. Bay Harbor Islands.
The brideornom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Durmaskin. of New
Brunswick. N. J.
The bride, given in marriage bv
her parents, wore an original bal-
lerina-length gown of white im-
ported hand-made French grasse
j laee. fashioned off the-shoulder.
;with long Queen Victoria sleeves.
A lace Juliet cap adorned with
pearl held her four-yard fingertip
illusion net veil.
She carried a white mother-of-
i pearl Bible with white orchids and
tube roses. Her only jewelry was
a matched string of pearls, a gift
of the brideeroom.
Miss Phyllis Myra Waldman. sis-
ter of the bride, served as maid of
honor. She wore a shell-pink bal-
lerina net gown embroidered in sil-
ver leaves She carried an old
faahloned bouquet of white carna-
tions and pink roses
Leonard Durmaskin served as
tiest man for his brother
A recention in the Veranda room
immediately followed the cere
mony. After a honeymoon in Ha-
vana and Nassau, the couple will
reside at 30 South Shore dr., Miami
Beach.
Outdoor Chanuka Menorah
To Be Dedicated on Beach
Huge, outdoor Chanuka Menorah
will be dedicated at Bath Jacob
Congregation Friday evening, Dec.
The Menorah is a gift of Vicki
and Steve Mechanic, children of
Mr. and Mrs William Mechanic,
members of Beth Jacob board of
directors.
The Menorah is beinr; dedicated
in honor of the donors' grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Mechanic.
lus-t about everything imagin-
able to make a pretty blouse or to
decorate a stylish handbag is avail-
able.
Of immediate interest are the
high-style imported Italian Uraw
"Tote" bags that this >hop has on
-ale as an opening special. They
come in natural, aqua. pink, white
and black, and if bought in a Lin
coin rd shop, would cost close to
?2rr, 5" S,u ,he Do Yourself
craft Shop, thev are available for
<>niy one dollar in natural straw to
UH the individual.
Instructors are on hand to help
and bows and ribbons can be found
in th shop for only pennies
Sea shell jewelrv it another nice
handicraft, and so easy All kinds
of clever costume-Jewelry pieces
either of individual design or
standard patterns, are available at
the shop.
Its easy to park at the Do-It-
Yourself Craft Shop at Tropical
Hobbyland. NW 27th ave. and 15th
St.
Miss Pollane Weds
Mr. David Pennel
! Harriet Jovce Pollane became
Mrs David Saul Pennet in 7 30
p.m. ceremonies Nov. 23 at New
York s Hotel Shelton Rabbi Mor-
ris N. Kertrer officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Ruth Pollane. L239 Alton rd
Miami Beach, and the late Samuel
Pollane. Mr Pennet s parents are
the Samuel Pennets. New York
i v- i
Matron of honor was Mrs Thel-
ma Olifant Joan Pennet and Bar-
bara Pennet were maids of honor.
The groom's attendant was Gene
Pressel Lewis Mitchell acted as
ring bearer.
j A former resident of New York
City, the bride attended New York
State University While in Miami
| Beach, she was a member of Tern-
pie Emanu-KI Young Adults.
!fmm i ne! ,hlds ,he BS de-ee
from Long Island University and
^TT"113; VS,Ud*m at Brooklyn'
(Law School. He will graduate in
| June 1956. Phi Lambda Delta s
his fraternity.
Following a wedding trip to Con-
cord hotel in Kiamesha. N Y ule
couple will live in New York.'
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Outstanding $
And Local Att]
Irene Vulgan is the brid
aid Kogan. She exchanj
with her husband Nov.
(p.m. candlelight eeren
Algiers hotel. Rabbi Irrl
I man officiated.
The bride is the dauh
and Mrs. Joseph S. Vu
NW 14th pi Mr. Koganj
are the Morris Koganj,'
ave.
Maid of honor was Pad
Stephen Kogan, the .
er. was his best man.
The bride chose a
length gown of peau de!
empire waistline bodice |
cent sequins and featura
lace jacket. The coroo
seed pearls and iridescea,
with rhi nest ones.
Mrs. Kogan is a grading
j University of Miami sch
cation. She was treasur
Zeta sorority, senior edit|
and a Hurncanette with f
of the Hour.
She is currently a
Westv.ew l.'lcmentary sch
ami. where she teaches fn]
The groom graduated
DM with BBA decree]
NCeived his law degree:
campus, he waa presidefl
Arrow, highest men's
vice president of OmicB
Kappa, national leader>hl
If]. and listed in "Who'd
American Colleges and|
sities."
He was secretary of
Delta legal iratcrnity.
the I M debate team an
intercollegiate debate
and southern U.S. inteB
champion. In addition.)
southern IS mtercollegij
pion of the Moot Court.
ticed law in Miami B*-
now serving with the
Jackson. S.C.
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Will Address Local Meetings
Hcation and Jewish Community
,,* Mccutive direc- Greater Miami at the Bureau of
. rie '''">" Jewish Education building His
:ation. .M P** >n stusper! wl" ** "H,, Teach the
t during, tsj.jfwwh tommunity."
will address," HI Thursday, Dec. the eduea-
8IXMIMMMI I committees of all .lewi-h
jjj, FducarVm eee^em.here have been invited io
"the Greater Mi- hear Dr. Pilch discuss The Pre*
'frferation. I1 National Shortage of Jewish
^^"MfkrMtor,
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^deration. i""1 "-" "' ""ru"' '" -i-ish
' 5 nr Pilch will Teachers. The open meeting will
.rV:. ,,.hers of "* neld at tnc new auditorium of
BHebrew i *rs of
EL, at Templf Kmanu-
Kdi*"--- Hebw
[Trends'," J,'u'-h Lducfl-
Dec. 6. Pr. Pilch
I Jewish
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-orium of
Temple Israel.
The American Association for
Jewish Education, headed bj Dr
Pilch, is a national association of
lay leaders whose purpose is to
.raise the standards of Jewish edu-
uheTo, <'il,'*'n ,hr"uh improvement of
the educational and physical as
' pects of schools, to aid in the de
velopment of educational facilities
to etrve Jewish fsmilies m rural
areas, to encourage the establish-
ment of communally supported |.
cal central agencies for Jewish edu
cation where none exist, an(] to
help create a diversified program
for the full development of the
educational facilities and program
of every ideological group within
the community
Dr. Pilch was former director of
the Jewish Education Association
of Rochester, New York, of the
Bronx Council for Jewish Educa
tion and of the Jewish Education
.Association of Essex County.
Today, besides his directorship
of the American Association, tie is
visiting lecturer at the (iraduate
School of Yeshiva University He
is vice president of Histadruth k
rith of America, chairman of the
National Hebrew Youth Commit-
tee, president of the National
Council for Jewish Education wice
president of the Religion, Educa-
tion Association and president of
the National Conference for Jew-
ish Social Service.
Beth Sholom teenagers enjoy an evening of
fellowship as a grouo of Temple Beth Snol-
om Alumni-NFTY (National Federation of
Temple Youth) gather at a recent meeting.
They heard Myron Mentsch of Tampa.
SEFY (Southeast Federation of Temple
Youth) vice president. Lynn Garfunkel. pres-
ident, and Meridith Weiland. vice president
of Alumni, tell about some of their experi-
ences in the youth group's leadership train-
ing camps in Wisconsin. Major decision at
this meeting was to organize additional
NFTY groups at Temple Beth Sholom under
the auspices of the Men's club youth activi-
ties program, of which Dr. Meyer Eggnatz
is chairman.
|r. hieh Pilch
Frederica
Ion Passover
ug a tew series of di-
to the Holy Land.
Jlobrinq tourists to Israel
jmjijr ho!>da> celebra-
i 000 ton
wa will depart on Mar.
iver cruise Irom New
The ship will arrive
[m Mar 21. stopping at
mo and
| . of thi new pn between the I'nited
Israel provides ample
onsin first and tourist
pt steadily growing num-
ho travel to Israel
various peak holiday
i Queen Frederica, for-
[JSS Atlantic, is a fast,
IPfcsenger liner with a
knots It ]s fully equip-
.KMde all the leisurely
><* Kafoing travel, in-
anous first ciass canins .
as well av attractively!
|ttcww class cabins,
p with private hath or'
sL condi,innt'd dining'
^8er lounges and oth-'
rooms, uied outdoor!
I*l. deck sports, danc-'
films and other ship-
Was. The ship is also
M a kosher kitchen,
J*Pervislon "f a well-
Wuch.
s are now being booV
8 sailing. Full
ltali,V"i,ab,e at a11
l agencies, or may
.W'rom the Home Lines!
tfj Broadway, New
Y** on Childhood
[^wd Here
^"ew exh.h,, featur-
*y of childhood"
' U01 South Fed-
,7j PomPano Beach.
PUta*. f"<-cutive of
fcWd A1 "ennessy
C7U,D ecutive.
SRetail has been
Sw;,,'n ,hc con-
UteTbu,l,,ln -
L Bears, ,he Wo|f
^ *> and the
"gland antiques.
Top Yiddish Writer
Is Miami Visitor
Isaac Bloom, noted Yiddish writ-
er, is now in Miami to mark his
40th nBJN^B**^ creative art
ift. W3 sfMigHt 944 Meridian
ave, Miami Beach.
Bloom's anniversary also marks
the publication of his most recent
work, "Anthology of Stories and
Poems "
In all, he is the author of dx
published works, including "From
Shore to Shore," "In Solitude."
"Passage of Years." "Unreal of
Life." "A Polish Village." in ad-
dition to the Anthology. Bloom
has six other volumes of collected
works prepared for publication.
Many of the noted Yiddish writ-
er's books have been translated
into Hebrew and English.
Currently on tour throughout the
nation in connection with his 40th
anniversary, he was recently feted
by the Jewish Folks Library of
Montreal and the Montreal Jewish
community. The Boston Jewish
community also honored Bloom at
a function late in September.
Ballet build, Civic
Orchestra Rehearse
For New Function
Ballet Guild or Greater Miami,
under the direction oi Thomas Ar-
mour, i now m rehearsal for its
presentation of the Tchaikovsky
Nutcracker Suite with 21 dancers
Also an important venture for
the Ballet Guild will be the work
created bj Miami artists, in its
music II well as choreography,
decor and story.
This new ballet, "Beggars' In-
terlude," has as its composer young
22-year-old Theodore Newman, sop
of Margaret Newman. The story, I
scenery and costumes are by Peter
Harvey and choreography by Thom-
as Armour.
| Scene for the concert and ballet
Will be at the Miami Beach audi-j
Itorium on Sunday evening. Dec. I
i 18. under the auspices and direc-1
I tion of the Miami Beach Civic
orchestra

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Rabbi S. M. Machtoi has been
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in Ponte Venlra Beach laat
week. Rabbi Machtei is vice
president of Mount Nebo Ceme
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Chanuka-Christinas Fetes a^Tliornr Issue
The question whether joint Christmas-Chanuka
celebrations should be observed in the public schools
has always been a controversial matter within the
Jewish community. This year the controversy is
reaching unprecedented heights. Some organica*
lions, men as the Aim Detaiualion league of B'nai
B'rith. are inclined to think that Christmen-Chonuka
observances have proved to be wholesome intercul-
tural experiences for school children.
However, the majority of the important Jewish
organizations are totally opposed to the observance
of Christmas and Chanuka in the public schools
either jointly or separately. They argue that any
observance of Christmas or Chanuka in public
schools violates the American principle of separation
of church and state. The American Jewish Commit-
tee takes the attitude that while joint religious holi-
day programs are not recommended, it should never-
theless be recognized that they enjoy a measure of
support in some communities
And the Committee urges Jewish communities to
refrain from raising the issue just before or during
the Christmas season since the atmosphere is so
charged with emotion at this time of the year. The
truth of the matter is that the question of joint
Chanuka Christmas celebrations in public schools
has always been a puzzle for Jewish parents and a
headache for many public school teachers. It may-
be good to have a Menorah and a Christmas tree
in the classroom and to keep children under the im-
pression that the difference between Christmas and
Chanuka is that Christians call their gifts Christmas
presents" and Jews call them "Chanuka presents."
But there is no denying the fact that while
Chanuka is a holiday signifying liberation, Christmas
is a deeply religious holiday For many Jewish par-
ents the Chanuka-Christmas celebration in the class-
room means that their children no longer ask them
"why don't we have a Christmas tree in the house."
However, for other parents it also means that their
children participate in one-act Nativity plays and in
group singing of Christmas carols. It is a sensitive
issue, and it is highly regrettable that there is no
unity of views on this issue among Jewish organiza-
tions
OH THE
8

TH1 PHOPM1T. By Stolen, AKh.
Arthur Saul Supar. N.w York: jTpSS^S^P
By HILARY MINOLIN
SHOLBM ASCH'S concluding book in a five-volume
fif Mam/ lon.r r~__i M4"1"
u
Ml I TO V i lurim \\
That Old Nazi-Arab Intrigue Among Us
While Western diplomats are urging Israel to sur-
render territory for "peace in our time.** Arab
spokesmen in the I'nited States are making speeches
reminiscent of Hitler Germany in the Munich area.
A member of the West German Embassy staff
here, known for his anti-Nazi views, recently reveal
ed an ironic turn of events. He reported that Gcr-
man Ambassador Heinz Krekeler was visited by a
iormer State Department Middle Eastern affairs con
sultant now employed by the Arabs. The American
sought to elicit German support for the Arab MM
He suggested that the Germans, of course, recognized
'"the Jewish menace." But the German Ambassador
was reportedly embarrassed and replied with stony
silence.
Syrffen Ambassador Farid Zeineddine told a Wash
ington audience that American Jews were not really
Semites but were mostly Russian Slavs Alleging
that Jews pushed" Arabs "out of their homeland."
he pointed out that New York was to some extent
Jewish and asked: "Why not let Nrw York be a
homeland lor the Jews'" Zionist philosophy, he
said, entailed "suing governments by hook or crook
lor Zionjft purposes '
Advancing I theory of the Diaspora.' Zeineddine
lews, being exiles, do not try to assimilate
and their allegiance goes only to Zionism He
ed that Jews try to disguise their "pressures"
by claiming to l>e victims of persecution,
This authority on patriotism was arrested in Syria
in 1941 by the Allies as a Nazi agent. He was im-
prisoned for three years because of his pro-Hitler
plotting. Today, however. Zeineddine is accorded
honor and respect by the State Department although
he uses his position as Ambassador to attack Amer-
ican Jewry The Syrian Government meanwhile is
negotiating an arms arrangement with the Commu-
nists similar to the Egyptian deal.
Another anti Jewish speech was made in Detroit
where Dr. Mohammed Eadhil Jamah, an Iraqi dip-
lomat, addressed the Economic Club. Jamali, accord-
ing to an official British report in 1837 "visited
Germany, where he was accorded an official wel-
come and lavishly entertained. On his return. Dr.
Jamali was prevailed upon by the Germans to send
an Iraqi delegation to the Nuremberg rally of 1938 "
The Anti-Defamation League reported that Secre
preceded by the lives of Mary. Jesus. Paul and MosT"* B'bllcal
presented as a novel of the life of the Second ? h?' H
and it is only by wild stretches of imagination th?1 ^s not l
It was the Second Isaiah who. when the Judean ex i Deu,w
in Babylon, some 500 years B.C.E.. rose uc"ami Were ^
word of her God on his lips: ", -tTtt^lSrtaSS
a rust. Your sins like a cloud; Return to me for I hZ J*H
He it was also who proclaimed Cvrus wh-n i, ,k e 1Tl1n*d|
proclaimed Cyrus, when he threate
-..... m, u. arcpuciu oi me uora who would liberal* .iL'T
sheep of Israel and send them forth to Jerusalem *fc
Bible. Asch speaks somewhat differently, and I will
a moment.
Thus vp^i
return to
OBJ t
scenes inter
* in. r.-titso.v
Assembly Progresses, Human Rights Snas
The General Assembly'! Social, Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee has finally got down to reading,
article by article, the two dralt covenants intended
to put teeth into the high-sounding phrases of the
I niversal Declaration ot Human Rights Right off,
the CommittM gOl snagged on Article 1 a clause
identical in both drafts, granting all peoples the
! ol -I'll determination.
Secretarj General Dag Hammarskjoid had warned
ommittee against getting itselt snarled on that
issue Israel supported Mr Hammarskjoid. But the
anti-colonial nationsincluding the vociferous mem-
bers of the Arab Leaguewere insistent Two-thirds
ol the year's Assembly session la over, and the first
article has not as yet been disposed of. In the two
covenants, there are more than 100 articles to con-
sidea
There is a suspicion here that .ieme delegations
are cynical enough to want the death of all Human
Rights actions and are using the self-determination
issue as their club. On^the other hand, the colonial
members, backed by the I'nited States, are also not
free of criticism^ince they would let the Human
Let us consider first "The Prophet" as literature tt i
because it has no characters who even approach realitv \ '
alive for the reader, nor is there one with whom the reader r,!!*
The cont.nu.ty of the "story" is weak. Dramatization ^
book reduces .tsef to a series of visions, some taken d.rectlvT
Book of Isaiah, others Asch's inventions. Between the vision,
after page of description-of Babylonian pageantry and nan*
harlot votaries in the temples of Ishtar and Bel Merodach anriVh.
and color of their lusts, of the marketplace and its sale of
plaster gods. The language is flowery and the
repetitious in the very phrasing.
Only in the final vision does the book come alive *
dying in Babylon as the first of the faithful set out for Ju'dea
Temple in Jerusalem and meets, in its one clean square the
whose namesake he is. The dialogue between the two Isaiahs I
nificence and the ring of Biblical poetry. It is unfortunate that
cisely this point restraint forsakes me; 1 cease to read as a book I
and can read only as a Jewas an angry Jew.
t
ALL THE WAY through the book. Asch has put words in
mouth and thoughts in his mind which are not extensions of the!
but corruptions of it. Nearly every such interpolation acts as
for Asch's belief that the Second Isaiah is the link'* between
( and New Testaments, and thus between Jew and Christian. Such]
tary General Abdel Hassouna of the Arab League as "The redemption of the gentiles depended upon the redemp
has advised Arab propagandists in the United States' Israel" fall into this category, as well as Asch's insistent emph
to exploit the current Middle Eastern crisis by sell- j the lines in Isaiah which refer to "Saar Shalom." and which is I
ing the idea that Communist gains on Russian pene- j some as prophecy of the Christian "Prince of Peace In the final \
tration in that area are "due to American Jews and I the younger Isaiah asks why Israel should suffer for other niti|
their support of Israel" This line. Hassouna in-, well as for herself, as Asch has him envision it, saving 'Whv
structed. "must be sold to the American people not: Jacob by himself pay the full penalty for the iniquities of his
b> the Arabs alone, but also by those organizations1 Esau?" The elder prophet answers: "Since all the responubilit
all the yoke of the statutes and judgments were placed upon
neck, so his redemption could come only when Esau had been
into the covenant that had been made equal with Jacob and not
Let the reader beware. These things are fiction, and the da
this book lies in Asch's presentation of them almost as though theyl
prophetic inspiration and of the same truth as the word of the bf
Isaiah heard it. Indeed, I cannot shake the feeling, which saj
passages of the hook suggest, that Asch believes himself to
prophet of this generation, and that he draws many parallels
Isaiah's life and his own. forgetting that most ol Isaiah's life is I
projection, and th* similarity of Asch's "mission" lo Isaiahs
in the Tinted States ;,nd such various church, school
and university groups that are friendly to the Arab
cause
Rights covenant- gel tangled in power politics rather
than grant the anti colonials the right ot self-deter 'ponds completely on Asch's own interpretation oi the prophet.
?
SHOLEM Asch's mission, for which he feels thai God luf B>
grace, is to bring the Jew and the Christian together. There u m
wrong with this desire, certainly it is quite laudable What ill
his method, for he goes on to say. in a New York Times interne
by preaching tolerance, but by showing the roots where we co
gether." It is wrong because Asch would deny the differences in
to stress the common root, and this does dishonor to both tra
From one root a tree may branch toward heaven on the east and
west, and the longer it grows, the farther apart are the two ends.
cannot return to origins without uprooting the tree and withering
trunks. Can Asch really forget the horror to the Jews which has
done in the name of that divergence, or dignify it by saying t
suffering is the price of redemption?
Must Asch find the purposefulness of creation only by expl
the purpose of Israel's chastisement, and thus judge God before *
questions man? Is he of so little faithJewish or ('hr,s,lJn7:
forgets it is man w|p is brutal, and God who is merciful, and mm
came a thundering reminder one day twenty-five centuries ago ma
ways are not your ways"?
The reader must choose between the Isaiah who is Is,'*h
Isaiah who is the alterego of Shole^ Asch; that is the only sm
fered. It is bitter that Asch must feed his masochism by
own people, and that he cannot respect the two great re,l{j""te
^~ _._, are. without distorting one the better to serve the other He ^
Some Great Films Were on Jewish Themes \?*WSi?Xt&t^^<*!k
Asch need not fear his masochism will go hungry
mutation
One prominent western diplomat told a well-
known Jew here lew wars ago that now s not the
tune to fifta tor Human Rights. Ill help yOB when
the time is ripe This diplomat has lound the time
still unripe even now. He would ju,t as soon let
i be committee get involved in further discussion of
self-determination so that he need not face the
next article, on dealing with the right of all peoples
to aqmn cultural and economic treatment He works
on the principle that the obverse ol the right to live
l- also an inherent right-that all peoples, rich and
poor alike (to paraphrase Anatole France) have the
right to starve, to be ignorant, to die.
But the Human Rights covenants are not dead.
Maybe only one or two of the more than 100 articles
in Use drafts will get their reading this year But
there is another Assembly to be convened next year,
and still one more the year aftee, and more. The
small- peoples of the world are pushing for their
rights And one right they reject isthe right to die.
IJ OX i.i TTI If If 1 V
Some time ago. I wrote of the motion picture in
dustry's changing attitude toward the production ol
films with Jewish themes, particularly pictures based
on ancient Jewish traditions and history I said
then that, although the great majority of the men
who are the directing heads of movie production are
of the Jewish faith, they always had avoided making
films with obvious Jewish angles, chiefly because
they were convinced that the public at large would
not accept movies with such themes.
I pointed out that, after one or two courageous
producers had abandoned this attitude with tremen
dous success, the producers as a whole realized that
the public would not only accept but acclaim pic-
tures which emphasize Jewish themes just as readily
as they would accept and acclaim any other kind of
pictureprovided the picture itself is good. I men-
tioned that this new attitude, which began with
Iff af-f, H 'OM'ft -
Darryl Zanucks production of "Gentleman's Agree- tnat
ment" for 20th Century Fox. reached its latest and is not
greatest climax in Cecil B. DeMille's titanic "Ten wh,rh passes in the night
Commandments" for Paramount.
Since that time, a great many letters have come'
to my desk from all parts of the country, most of I
them asking the same general question Summed?
up, the question is something like this: Since it has'
been proved that pictures based on Jewish traditions'
and history can be successful, whv can't we have
pictures about great modern Jewish personalities
who have led dramatic lives and accomplished great
things?
It is a pleasure to devote this column to answering
that question The firstand most
be stated in a few words:
We ren
nd his
although he is allowed to enter Israel, his going ana
t marked; neither is he honored there; he is to Israel
Al Rosen is Looking Ahea<
importantcan
There is no reason what
ever why there cannot and should not be motion
pictures about the lives and achievements of out
standing modern Jewish personalities
Al Rosen is keeping an eye on
the day when he'll no longer be
able to play baseball a time
which comes for the best of them
and will have to find other
ways of earning a living.
At present, Ail is working for
a brokerage firm during the off
season He's been doing this for
now. and U J
planning to go into
,er the playing da* *
,,s interesting to now
happens to m.n> of the
after they re no longer
diamond, gridiron
some time
the
ring
lie
or wherever
their


pec^iber
2. 1955
N0TIC1
^%FwT,T,OUt
?*mm:k''v oivkn that
m* ,KviTi'.r<*TIOM, a
FT \ mKN r llo>1B IMt
______ LI0AL NOTfCl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLOR
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1M7M
loSi:i-M MA.IKWSKI. I'UlntKf
vn
JKNNIJ-: C. MEJJCfVSKI. lcfen NOTICE BY RUBLICATlON
^3a*fl *
MK
CO.
1'rea.
|J>1 21'
r,CE JNOIR J5CT.TIOOt
Jh&EHV IVW that
SJnfdI Swlrli* '" ,n*"* '"
"rfirth. m Htln I* """ "f
K#NTC< a" 5 W hU*m
]-'' ,ml i I IntenSJ U
foRS ''.....">-
in Bole OHM
Sun kai-law

^::rrom,i. court
fountv, n Wa _.,
JOHN TOjjpl. fjjl wn*r
Kpr AND M: \ \ I I /.
nfer J^hn T"1.....
Jinn Kulldinn
- 1 _______________-
Hid UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t ig HEBKItV <:iVEJf that
Mtenf.1. tfulrnis i" mPW I"
.under tha fklltl"U Mliif of
far IT V SKItVU-K STATION*.
j| \v \ wniH-, Oim
rlVri rep-later
' ,ith Ih* Cl.rk of the 'lr-
i of Iwdi- County. Mdrlda.
HAYW...... 1IKARD
Ifcc p Solomon
.l-U
iRdad M I 'I' '" '*'*
rj;->-" -
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. IS HERKI'Y OIVBN that
jUfntA. rlcaii n to i-ncaac I"
IBidfr thf fl.utioua name of
;BAV APARTMENTS, at 96*
mil* lale. Miami
|IU.. Intr-n th.- Cl" ol the llrrult
ifad* Count' l-lurlrla.
ANNA II l\i:i:iK,\NT and
MARTHA FVBIUKANT
it ioln: T< inn", with Rlltht
if SurTM or-lil). *
IHtlMAX ft KAPI/AN
I fnr Appllnints
Build inn
I- out
Buyonnc. New Ji-rer.
THt ARE HKUKfW VOTirirn-
lhat a Petition for Modification ,.f
Final IVr-rei- with Itfrfar.! to Rupporl
Money* baa been filed ; kinyt \..i]
nn1 you are required to ner\.- m ropj
of your pleading to name on Plaintiff*
attorney! anil file the orlclnal plead
Inr with th.- ci.Tk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 12 <\.<\ ,,f
l>ecember. ISi".. otherwise ;i Judnnenl
by default \*lll be taken again*! you
for the relief requested t!i.
Dated at Miami. DorMa. thin Mh
day of November, 19.'..".
B II. MOATHBRM AN
Clark, ("in nit Court
Dade Counlv. H..i
By W.M \v RTOCKINO
Deputy Clerk
HRNP.Y M. CAIN
Attorne) for Plaintiff
!5:o \V. tfasler Street. Miami. Plot Ida
II/11-18-25 13/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MOTICB l IIKUF.HY OIVEN that
the underftlKlied, tie air Ins !
bnalncaa under the flrtltlour nai
holiday norsK, at nil n Mlai
Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intel
rca-lster raid iiapw with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude Count*
Florida.
S A- M BUILDERS, INC
HEYMOCIl I! MERMAN
Attnrrtr* for S ft M Pulldera. Inc.
11/11-2$ ll/Z-9
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKI'.Y CIVKN that
the. iinderaluned. ile^lrliy; to enffaRe In
bualnene under the fiitltlou.- name r.f
R_\YM-N FABCrr.S STEAK
IIOI'KK ft CiwKTAIl. I.OINCK. al
1*410 BltCMJ'rtf lU\ii N Miami, Intend
to reglatrr s.ild n line with th. Clerk
of the Circuit'Court of Dnde Countv.
Florida.
HERSIF.RT StTINEIl 1KI1
CMAP.I.KS Ul>SI:N|:!
KESRI^ER ft UARR
Attorncja for Aptdl'-ants
1782 W. Hiicler SI.
ll/l*-fc 12/2-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Ifl HEREHT OIVEN
the underflfned. deslrUre to encac- In
business under the flrtltlous nai
THE KEN-AKT STl'DIOS at !"> Pay
Koad. Miami Reach. Intend to rcklster
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade fount}. Florida.
DAN IFL CARMN
BEN CUTLER
H/ll-18-:.-. 12/1
[COUNTY JUDGES* COURT
FOS DAOE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE. No. MSN
! ESTATK I r"
L UNETEK Y. I>ecciued
TEE TO CREDITORS
4ltom ind All persna* llav-
i or Demand" Aaahwt Raid
[t*4 Heh n( \,] are' herehjr
lad req-ilreii to preaenl aay
f ud demand- uhlrh you, or
pr of > "u. may ha\r asainat the
| intAEl, I.INrTTZKT, de-
Sk of Middle--* County, New
% lo the Honorable County
MlViiie Countv, and tile the
k their office.-, in ihe County
** in I>ad. e-niinty. Florida,
m\ calendar m..ntha from the
Itte firnt publication her.-of.
jim n- demands to contain
of the .-Innnattt and
-*ntnand iir'-..:itrd .-m afore-
iryut, win !. .,] Sr,. ,.,..
-*]lofthe ij l-bate Act.
p*vemher u
"ap.1arft ki.kimer
Jack i.inkt
Ai administrate!. ,, the
put, f
[UEL UNETZKT,
, ,. Deceaaed.
'A RUEDMAN
9 'or Admi!i-.-.tr.it.,rs
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. deelrlnB to engage In
bUflnftMi under th* fictitious name of
rROYlDENT, RL'H.I'BK.S. a division
at PMTITIDENT HOME IMPRtJVK-
IfENT CO.. intend* to register said
name with the Cowft of Uade County. Florida.
rROVlDBNT. HOME
IMPROVEMENT CO.
.WIUJA* BRET.OJ. Pres.
HERMAN BRETAN
AJtornay for Applicant
7 We'at rialet St.
1I/IW1-2S 12/2
"Cl UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HKRKKV CIYF.N thnt
i2 '''Mr '"-' '" '""tagc In
liri. ,,,,:" '- "aniaaof
PVFASI||,,N-S; hak,,
1-., u,"K MIAMI: SAND
P-W illaiin. hlorliU. Intends
f*1-"" Court ..f i>.de County,
^Ir,',^1'1 a'Tl'ltlNO CO.
IBMc
1,101 nacER, f|ctitious
f ... ,ME L*w
W,"'1:!:; '' IVM that
!l4i., '-. -neage in
K5l l^,.1'Ml-iou. name of
LHVnd. |, ,NI vvenue.
Wtfyvs ''" said
! .," ida.
jt m'h.u.y
In,' h'u"'
Miami, na.
;1^DEtKL;w-T,T,ou~
^:
I KANT, at
U- Wd li Intends
*" ^cK
|Mtcant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT'ICF IS HEREHT GIVFTN that
the undjralgned. dcalrtug to engage In
hualness under the fictitious name of
POPS IN. at SI NE. J*th Street. Mi-
ami, riorlda. Intend > register laid
name with the Clerk of th. circuit
Court of Dade Count}. Florida
WM. R. DAVIS
EH MA T. DAVIS
HENRY M CAIN
Attorney for Applicants
2S20 Wiit Flagier St.. Miami. Honda
11/11-11-25 12/2____________________
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT1CII IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name pi
SlltiW PAR. at HOT N.W. J.th Aye.,
intends to register said name w'th tm-
Clark of the Circuit Court of Iaile
County, Florida. _________
WILLIAM 1 0REOOR1.
Solo owner
KE8St.FR ft CAfw
Attorneys for ApBleant
in2 W. Flagtcr St
ll/ll-ls-25 IS : ^____
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage !>>
buslne** under the fi. tlUou- "jme of
AI.S HAH. at 2140 N.W. 3*th St.. In-
tends to register aaid name withi the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. FViOd... m ink ^..........
KFSSI.F.H A OARS
AttorneY* for Applicant
1T*2 W Magler St.
11/11-18-25 12/2___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME CAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. dcdSrtSf t< WJS*
bualness under the fl-'l 1 ions .ihijk O
IIFKY PIZZA PIE COMPANY, at
2S41 B.W. 17th St. intend to NgWj;
eald name with the Clerk of the
cult Court of r'y.s
SIDNEY ''<' ;>.rTi1N
Wll.llllt A HEINE
MORTON M BEIOEL
Attorn*) foi Applicant*
oil Ibiu-aMie Hldg.
11/11-11.1'o 12 1________________.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
w 17th Am- inlenos i"
tut** iuS *- *;", -r r*w,
the circuit Court of Dad* count},
"'",U LATTLnr MACKOOL
HUBERT M IIKHL
^txadr^"can,
ll/ll-U-SS 12/2
L-SAL NCniCB
^sPWW
Forale>y 1
YO ARE HEREBY NOTIHED
S awwas
f. i .' .1:, J""" ''""" "" or be-
..!, '- -......
rJated this istn day of November.
' B LEATHERMAN,
rk of ih, .,, in ,,.,
Bj w M w RTOCKINO
IH'PUI '1
>''MMH: prank i
U RRroN BRQR
Intlff
',',"' '"i-oiii it,,,-,,i Bunding
Mian i Beach, Florida
1-16
I?,TH!| CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VZ? JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
rS*N%i C0UNTV- FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. N> idTa
MABEL LEE .'AM!M:!:uN^,Sf
MA'.^^'A-mphfll. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PO MACK CAMPBELL
n e l*n known
YOL' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ;, cm 0f Complaint for dl*
ben filed against you, and ou are
required to serve i cony of your An-
freto on Plaintiff's attorn, i
BEN ESRRN-, t"it Seybold Building
Miami, Florkja, and file the origlna'
U wer in the office ol th.- Clerk of
Hi- Circuit Court on or before the
i i of December. IMS: otherwise
thi- .ill.-fill ions of siii,l (mi f |
plalnl will l- taken as confessed
nu
Dated this th day of November,
i B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court
R> : YVM W. STOCKING
Deputy I'lerk
BEN ESSEN, Enquire
Vttoi l-L-ilntlff
ii,ii-iv-;.-. 12, :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL INN, *t 121 N.W, J2nd
Street, Intend to register said name
with thederg of the Circuit court of
Dade County, Florida.
EDGAR M LARSON
KMMA A. LARSON
KBS8LER ft GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
17tt W Flagier St
II I1-18-2S 12/2
Paqa IjB
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. INRROBATE, No. 36655.A
In Re: ESTATE OP
WILLIAM H MORRIS, also known
as WILLIAM HERBERT MORRIS.
I>eceased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
Tuu. and each of- you. are hereby
notified and reaulred to present any
claims and demands, which you, or
either of vou. may have against the
estate Of WILLIAM II. MORRIS, also
known as WILLIAM 1IERBERT
MORRIS, deceased lale of Iade
County, hlorida. to the Honorahle
itv Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
Countv Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof Said claim* or demands to
i ontaln the "-Ml address of the claim-
ant and to I- sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
I>at.- November 9th. AD. 195:..
EDRA J LEIB.
As EXeCUtriX of the Last Will
..n.l Testament of
WILLIAM H. MORRIS,
.,!>,. known as
WILLIAM HERBERT
MORRIS*. D. .eas.d
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Estate
1-18-2S ll/l ^^_^______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
,,,i,I.-s under the fictitious name of
TAST-TEE STEAKS, al ":
vv int.-n.i.s to reglstei
;;:!.....; th. cieri. o, ,.,.- -m-ui.
Ooor, .,f D.d. Oowt^n-rtg^
KEK8LER a OARS
Mtorn.-v s for Api>Hcanl
ITV \V. Placleii SI
- 16________ ________
-^NOTICE UNDER" FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS rTEREBY GTVEN that
, s..1.- Ownerl
Beach Community Centers Sponsor
Musical Programs Through December
lUIIlH I'.l-:., Ii W,...........___ e_ l .
Miami Boach Recreation De-
partment will sponsor the follow-
ing .series of free evening public
concerts at the city's community
""""Vrris KLWM
- 12 2-9
SS5
Sbkbambe
- Nofils^iTEirincTiYious
NAME LAW
I Iff* '"
Coaaty. Florid* E,N
TILLIi: KLI-1N
u-i-'SSI ER A CARS
A torn' ^ff-
,V Klugler St.
U 11 --.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M NAME LAW
N"ii;'i: is. hereby ciykn- that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
wunaa, th,
'-"l.h.M.W A- (5ULDHTEIN, at j.-,.;
, ,1'1^1"' HI.....t. Miami, Elf
rie?i V *,Ul '""
" '........' ''"
JEROME GOLDMAN :."<; partner
IOLDSTEIN ',"<; partnei
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE if. HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign, d, i Ing t.. engai
loisn-.s. .,,, ,,. ,- tMom ., f
ARTOON <>-rama, at :: N W T'.-i,
' Miami ..... gaid
name with th.- clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dad, i 'ounti Eloi ida
U/M-16-tJ >"CHAEL yum:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259
BLLEN S BCOTT, Plaintiff,
CHAR1.ES 11 SCOTT, .lit. Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: CHARLES R SCOTT, JR.
Savannah Street, s. E,
Washington, i> C.
YOf ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
- a op) i'i your answer to the
laint for Dlroree illea her. in on
l'l.iiiitiffs attorneys, COURSHON K-
FINK. 105 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach.
Iioiida. and to file th< original in the
office of the Clerk of the above Court
befbn the lUi day ol January,
a default will be en-
list VOU.
thla -"th of November. IS
i:. i: LEATHERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court
\:\ JOAN COL'RNOYER,
Deput) ci.rk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY,FLORDA
No. 185169
MINNIE Nl'SSMAN. Plaintiff,
vs.
FREDERICK E LEO and
SHIRLEY I.I"''. I -v'fc.
et al. Defendants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To FREDERICK E LEO and
SHIRLEY LEO. hi? '
residence unknown
and each and an* of th. above
named Defendant'. If living, and
If dead, the unknown helr. dev-
isees, trant-es. assign--.-. Ben-
. creditors, trustees-, or other
parties or claimants claiming by.
through or undei or against the
above named Defendants, and all
parties having or claiming; to
hava an* right, title or Interest,
la the following described prop-
rty, situate, lying, and being in
Dade County, Florida, to wit:
Lot 3 lo Block 16. of LAWN DALE
;th addition, according to the
Hat thereof, recorded In Mat Book
0 at Page M ol the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida. _,_,,-.
TOP ARK HEREHT NOTIFIED
that a suit has been brought *>"'
vou In the Circuit Court for Dade
Count*. Florida. In Chancery. b>
MINNIE NCS.SMAN. Plaintiff, for the
P n..'..se of Foreclosing Mortgage on
the above described property, nnd *0U
are hereby required to serve ",von
Plaintiffs attorney, MAX B. ^'"'J r; -
.'- Seybold Building. Miami 32. ilor-
"uii a cony of vour answer or othei
defenses and to flic will, the aerk
"id Court your writteni answer nr
, f.nses on or before the C3rd or Dc-
cemher V D. l5o, if you have an>.
HCKKIN- TAIL NOT. W Judgment
will lie entered against you.
DATED, thla 3rd day of November.
A" i;'" k H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Coin'
By: JOAN COL'RNOYER.
. ,.,, s, | Deputy < lerk
-J6_______._________
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL EVEN TH J UD ICIA L CIRC UIT IN
ALBERT MARKER PlalntRT
.-. T*.' \i 4nk"KR Defendant
KA'NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: KATE MARKER
III I Halrd ltl*d
TO?mARENHraEBYy NOTIFIED
i,, Bill of Complaint for Divorce
fiVheen flW in ^ "in the
Vi.defount* Horida. and a
,V pecember. I>33. rTaU not here-
. ,,ul will I... entered against
.Wi'^CK.JR.
Deputy Ca
centers during the month of De-
cember.
Saturday. Dec 3, Pier Park Band-
shell. The program will consist of
light opera favorites featuring the
voices of Nell Firestone, soprano,
Alicia Zachman, mezzo soprano,
with Jean Scott, accompanist.
Wednesday. Dec. 7, Miami Beach
Community Center. The Fern
Sherman Light Opera Company
will appear in a program devoted
to the works of Victor Herbert,
Rudolph Friml and Jerome Kern.
Featured singers are Man- Grace,
Fran Orowski, Ju.siin Tune, Wen-
dell Alderson.
Saturday. Dec. 10. Pier Park
Bandshell. Concert will feature a
vocal quintet. "The Melodiers,"
under the direction of Louise Wilk-
in. The group will offer a program
of college songs and li"ht opera
favorites. Members of "The Melod-
iers" are Loma Leeds, Don Leeds.
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