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

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

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

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tewiislb-JBIiDipidliiaun
30Number 47
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 23, 1956
Price 20*
toTRlS JEWISH FIORIDIAN PRESIDENT CAN BRING ARABS TO ACCEPT PROFFER OF FRIENDSHIP
Iffi U.S. AMBASSADOR SAYS NEAR EAST PEACE DEPENDS ON EISENHOWER STRENGTH'
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family arrives in the United States on eve of
lea. Bringing with them their own Menorah, they will
be ancient Festival of Lights, along with Jews throughout
lid, beginning Wednesday evening, Nov. 28. The Jacob
family emigrated from France with aid of United
ervice.
Copyright 1956
ly THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN
"Everything will depend on the strength and rorthrightnesV-?
President Eisenhower and on his insistence that the Arabs accept
Israel's repeated proffers of peace negotiations."
That's what former United States Ambassador to Israel James G.
McDonald feels about the United States leadership in the Middle East
today.
McDonald, here in Greater Miami for several days to spark the
State of Israel Bonds campaign of which he is national advisory chair-
man, made the statement in an exclusive interview with The Jewish
Floridian Wednesday.
The one-time League of Nations executive spoke at a Wednesday
night rally at the North Shore Jewish Center. He presented President
Milton Mannheimer and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz with a copy of the
Szyk Haggadah "in recognition of the congregation's distinguished
service for Israel."
McDonald also spoke at a Tuesday afternoon luncheon at the Shcl-
borne hotel, where former Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro urged
more than 100 workers for the Dec. 3 Dinner of State honoring Israeli
Foreign Minister Golda Mcir to redouble their efforts.
Following are the questions proposed by The Jewish Flocidian
and Mr. McDonald's answers:
QDo you believe that American policy has always aimed to act ac-
cording to the will of the United Nations?
AIn general, yes.
QDo you feel that U.S. insistence
to act within the framework of
UN in the Near East crisis con-
tributes to the establishment of
peace there?
AThis depends on what the
UN does.
QDo you believe that Israel
should be required to restore
everything she gained in the
campaign against Egypt or
Continued on Page 3 A
JAMIS 6. mcDONALD
. fears future

E* MAM 10 USHER IN FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS WEDNESDAY EVE
inuka Marks Triumph Over Tyranny
y JTA
holidays of a people are
the key to the under-
ng of the celebrant. Festi-
fll us much of the nation
I observe, them. Just as one
can write books about Americans
and their holidays, Indians and
Hindu rites and parades. Muslim
Ramadans, and Buddhist devil
dances, so can Jewish holidays
speak volumes for the Jewish peo-
ple.
*** "ng his just concluded trip to Israel. Mr. and Mrs.
w renew their acguaintance with the dynamic Israeli
^i??61 at their Miami Beach home Dec. 3. The
W ten k a formal reception to the former Milwaukee
far ,l ? ""mediately prior to the Dinner oi State sched-
P0r 'he Fontai
unebleau hotel.
(See Slery P 3A)
Oddly enough, Chanuka, one of
the liveliest festivals of the Jew-
ish calendar, is an eight-day feast
which, until recent years, was not
a major holiday to observant
Jews (not to be compared with
Rosh Hashona or Yom Kippur),
but a pleasant festival commem-
orating the military victory of an
oppressed folk. For centuries, it
was a happy eight-day affair
which reminded Jews all over the
Continued on Page S A
Israel Slams Dag's
Two Force Proposal
DAG HAHMAKSKJOLD
. awaits eetceme
Council of federations Calls
For Lasting Peace in Mideast
TORONTO (JTA) The Jews of the United States and Canada this
week issued an appeal to the world to bring about a just and lasting
peace in the Middle East, emphasizing that "such a peace w.th justice -
and justice with peace' will be of a -
momentous and enduring value to
all peoples of the area, and to all
mankind."
The appeal was voiced at the
concluding session here of the
four-day General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds which represents
more than 800 Jewish communities
in the United States and Canada.
Herbert R. Abeles. of Newark, N.J.,
reelected president of the
JERUSALEM Israeli For*
eign Office spokesmen Wednes-
day declared there is no pro-
vision in the UN resolutions for
the expected statement by Sec-
retary General Dag Hammarsk-
jold that police forces be sta-
tioned on both the Israel and
Egypt sides of the 1949 armistice
lines.
Foreign Office spokesmen flat-
ly denied the Manchester Guar-
dian claim that French pilots
participated in the Israeli in-
vasion of Egypt and ridiculed
new Egyptian claims of atrocities
allegedly commited by the Is-
raeli forces in the Sinai, "in-
cluding the murder of large num-
bers of Egyptian civilians out of
wanton revenge."
Sources here said that Britain,
France and Israel have prepared
no timetables of withdrawal of
/.their forces from Egypt, as re-
quested by Hammarskjold "pend-
ing further clarification of the pur-
poses and extent of the UN forces
now in Egypt and those expected
to arrive."
Hammarskjold delayed his full
report to the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly a full day Tuesday,
apparently hoping to receive the
Continued on Page 2A
was
CJFWF for another term, together
Continued on Page 10 A
JEWISH WAR REFUGEES FLEE
VIENNA (JTA) A total of
765 Hungarian Jewish refugees
are registered with the Vienna
Jewish Community and receiving
Msi'ltSlpm through the comnjun-
ity, it was reported here Wednes-
day.
Although it is known that hun-
dreds more have crossed the bor-
der, it is not possible to obtain a
check on their number. Two fac-
tors are responsible for this situa-
tion: the almost continuous move-
ment of Hungarian refugees from
one part of Austria to another as
camps are reconstituted and refu-
gees leave for .Germany, the
Netherlands, Sweden and Switz-
erland; and the obvious hesitation
Continued on Pago 6 A


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wJewisti floridian
Published ovary Friday elnee 1M7 by the jiwlih
Flcrldlan at 120 N. E Sixth Street. Miami IS. Florida
Entered socond-clasa matter July 4. 1930, at tht Poat
Office of Miami. Fla.. undor the Act of March S. 17.
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LEO MINDLIN .................................. News Editor
Volume 30 Number 47
Friday, November 23, 1956
Kislev 19, 5717
The Spirit of a World Peace Organization is Clearly Violated
Last week, Egyptian dictator Nasser
cringed somewhere in a Cairo cellar, fearful
for his life. Today, he walks tbe'etneta of his
capital city, a hero.
For the second time in less than a decade,
Arab refusal to come to terms with a Jewish
State in the Middle East has been met squarely
by tiny Israel.
For the second time, Arab leaders have
been shown that the size of a nation has noth-
ing to do with the will of its people to survive.
For the second time, defeated, the ArrrSs
have emerged the victors in the Middle East.
There can be no doubt that present de-
velopment's are already laying the* ground-
woik for future, traaic events. UN secretary
general Dag Hammarskjold's astonishing de-
cision to accept Nasser's conditional cease-fire
continues to be the essential point of reference
around which the shadowy patterns of tomor-
row are shaping.
We do not question Mr. Hammarskjold's
sincerity. But we do question the advisability
of his approach to the problem. His announce-
ment last week that the UN considers Nasser's
The Meaning of Chanuka
Greater Miami Jewry will join their breth-
ren throughout the world next Wednesday
evening to usher in Chanuka the ancient
Festival o! Lights.
The story of Chanuka is particularly per-
tinent today. Under the leadership of the Mac-
cabees, the Jews of old rose up to smite their
Syrian oppressors, to cleanse the Temple of
manifold Greek gods and to create a Jewish
homeland.
The startling parallel in our own time finds
a Jewish State once again beset by hostile
neighbors a Jewish State in search of peace.
Chanuka is unique among the holidays of
the Jewish calendar in that it celebrates a mili-
tary victory. Purim, for example, marks the un-
doing of dictator Haman by the influence of
Esther upon her husband-ruler; and. in addition
to others, Passover recounts the Jewish victory
ever Egyptian slavery by the intervention of
Divine Will.
But if Chanuka extols a military victory, it
is no less an expression of the eternal Jewish
drive toward peaceful existence marked by
spiritual living. In this sense. Chanuka is a
replica of all Jewish holidays, as well as it is
a symbol of this most fervent aspiration of
Jews everywhere including the State of
Israel today.
Pay Your CJA Pledge Now
Greater Miami responded generously dur-
ing the 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign for the support of six local agencies, as
well as national and overseas organizations
vitally affecting the welfare of Jews here.
Since the conclusion of the campaign. CJA
workers have been busily engaged in collect-
ing the many pledges made by local residents.
This is a vast task complicated further by
the often unintentional tardiness of pledge pay-
ments.
Now we are on the brink of the 1957 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign. It would be-
hove Miamians who promised to support the
'56 drive to make their gifts at this time.
A CJA gift has many beneficiaries not
the least of whom are the people of Israel.
Today, they are in a life-and death struggle for
survival The fulfillment of your pledge now
can go, a long way toward helping them in
this struggle.
demands satisfactory mete unilaterally con-
ceived. His trip to Cairo-Several days ago was
without precedent.' ''
For, even in the face of criticism directed
against the Anglo-French-Israeli campaign, the
outcome clearly tells us that Nasser was de-
fected.
One does not make special trips to the
vanquished. And one does not forge a cease-
fire based on the limitations of his condition*.
Having done all of these things, Mr. Ham-
marskjold, actina in accordance with UN in-
structions, significantly reduced the world
peace organization's value as an international
arbiter. For the problem uppermost in every-
one's mind today revolves about this significant
issue: not the return to things as they were
prior, to the Anglo-French-Israeli campaign, but
the achievement of a lasting Middle East peace.
Each of Nasser's conditions indicates that
he does not went peace. In addition to the
Egypt dictator's demand that Britain. France
and Israel withdraw, he has already set the
scene for the imminent withdrawal of the UN
police force, as well. This means that Nasser
merely views the force as an instrument for
the attainment of a military objective beyond
the limits of his own army's capability that
he is using the force to oust the British, French
and Israelis and that it is to go home immedi-
ately thereafter.
In this sense, the UN police unit is being
employed as a military agent not as an in-"
strument of arbitration.
Most important, however, the Suez Canal
issue remains unsettled. For by UN fiat. Nasser
again has exclusive control over the interna-
tional waterway to the point where, as he
has already promised, he intends resuming his
blockade against Israeli shipping.
la toto, the Near East campaign is a fail-"
ure. Having successfully achieved its objec-
tives, it must now give them up because of the
coercion of the United Nations, which now inad-
vertently feeds new lifeblood into the black
heart of a dictator. There is no question but that
the UN believes it has acted according to the
letter of international legality.
But in its decade-long wranqle with Soviet
Union divisiveness. UN spokesmen have fre-
quently begged for the spirit not the letter
of what is moral and proper. In this sense, the
United Nations today acts against its own best
intentions.
Pa'Rn, it renres.^
'"'"'""esaBss^^ has failgrj -n^
should have failed. But for a confused 1? in ,he '^
would haye severely shaken the ISScinJ?*?**. h>*<
Russia and placed into jeopardy the inelucuhK* 0f
neutrals toward Moscow alliances We hn '"\""""mean
boat, everywhere. Our present foreign pol'iev ever^
qustion. for it is.ostenalbly ba.sed on United Naif"! **
On its face, there can be no doubting h a n ^
desire on the part of a leading world power to 1^?^H|
with the subsequent propaganda accruing to ,1 m*i
willing; to set wide our own best inter,., m CLaT***'
v.ill i:.u the Bory of American action ,I, r|2"'^*'
the lie gHksudden altruism o.^u. ...?*,** Past
Ifadden altruism. R.nrelv ha- h2'u? Ptet *
role as aT force been so benign, and S^T
lies elsewhere. masons I
Previously, it was the Big Three Eidcd ... J
that vied with the Sov.et Union in the development"
f action. To be more blunt. Moscow and WaOiinllL
against one another in a vast war whoso p,,/(, is .""vS
the United Nations frayed any part in this,, :1, 1" ^
against which the smaller powers ^pressed the r mini-
spiritual alliances thus showing the degre to *wffB*
proved successful in the continuing can!, mch e*>M
In this global arena grew the cleavage between li
it was Here that the iron curtain separating ,,Tl
ideologies became a palpable thing a danger war. a referee warning the main pugilists when to retreat "^
THI TAMDiM tfUCI Of AMtKICAS UIKAt

Vit
. CHANUKA 1956
THI MACCAill SNffiT Of ftttDOM STIU MVA1LS -
QNLY.THE TftosJ idealistic could insist that the l'!f ja,M
W 4W sho^.Jt Somewhat difficult, therefore senaSvtal
Teevaluation of the situation at this time Yet that i~wbatea.
to do by an American foreign policy todav committed decree. In this sense, the United Nations h ,. not been rrW.
true heirs to the peoples of the world Rather, it js,h#|
Soviet Union, in whose halls the Muscovites strut now
challenged.
Here, I think, lies the tandem effect of the failure of raff
Parian revolution and the Near Eastern campaign. ThetSi*
thus not only unfortunate in that it has given the Rationt
opportuiuiyi(tISSjesl their might within their own sateltttedaa
as well as Tn domainstfike the Arab, where they aspire to**,a
assertion: it is al.se gitfaB them fairly free reign in the gloaal]
ganda market a-Warkct where each of their forays ncr
challenged at all ttroM and stymied on most occasion
TP* "**" "f ""WaTT is difficult one. Probably nothings,
war could have stajrgd, the Soviet Union from murdering Hit'
regime. We are MfterW|*ring" the problem bv loosening oar it*.
tion lae and allowlrif large numbers of refugees to enter heftl
onty cynical andpexhaps bitter reaction to this willi
those who rememSair-the manner in which our gotmiwnt
prior to World War-fl. when German Jews on the hieti jnj(
find no port open to them and when the Emma Lazarus legend"*
foot of the .Stajtqr of Liberty proved, indeed, nothing more A
legend so' Mn> as "Washington was concerned.
The Near East, campaign is more clear cut In cur of abandon, we KaVe -ieft our traditional allies in the lurch SfJji
the Eisenhower policy that aggression mu-t be r-i as well as ir> our enemies, is beyond reproach. But it Is ther-~
of mrrrahnng thaT has betrayed our UN leadership and U
world organization virtually defenscle^ against massive Sorinji
agandistic thrusts there.
A MUCH HICM* HICt NIXT TIMf OUT
A BRIEF survey of events in the Near East following tat^j
of F'jvpt shows a number of astonishing things Pr-ineipallyJ
Qiii-hed Nasser struts about todav quite as if the mvthof hi*awd
military miitht had not been crushed in a several-days warajaMl
He it is who dictates the terms; he it is who sabotages with isT
the meaning of a namby-pamby UN resolution calling forthet
lishment of a police force in the area; he it i who more thanr
else recognizes the absurdity of the resolution
Above and bevond these astonishing phenomena undonj
unique in the annals of military history i> an even more astom
development. I mean American participation bv million mUM
ineffectual solution to the current Near Fast problem. This M|
participation has virtually neutralized the U.S. as a force in w>
m the larger issue of the East-West drive toward domiMtW.j
unbelievably allied Washington with the Soviet I'nion's roos
mental ambitions.
As critics of the Anglo-French-Israeli campaign, f***"^
dictate that our equally stern criticism of the Russian bl*~^
Hungary should be devastating in the eves of the nrldJJJ3
this proves to be the case. In realitv. it left the AngloFreaaJ
the Near East dangerously exposed to Moscow's fire; forc P*
of the victors' imminet withdrawal; and set the scene '^,^|
there to the pre-war status quo. So far as Hungary is concemrT
determined US inaction assured Russia of no challenge u
sided bliu to crush the revolution.
A pre-war status quo in the Near East must inevittW
another Israel-Arab conflagration. For it will tell the I
least, that world opinion backed by UN decree and l>"
believes in the validity of pre-Oct. 29 conditions This_i> or
the problem. It does not take into account the Anglo-mnc
frustrated by Washington, to deal with Nasser and tne
issue once and for all. A
Nor does it taka into account the fact that IN' '"^3
Egypt's incredible cease-fire demands means the unque-w ^
penetration of the Near East. In the final analysis, it taui
treat every gain made in the campaign and restored lor ^
"peace" will ultimately have to be retakn and ai
higher price.
For the UN achieved "peace" solves nothinc b> ^"^""^
was. And U.S. leadership applauds this achievement t*
nues a kinman in the process somewhere alonj; ine


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Rep. Orr Will Speak at Four-Day
Conference of B'nai B'rith Youth
Rep. John B. Orr will kick off the
annual four-day convention of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Dec. 27 at Camp Owaissa Bauer,
Naranja, Fla., it was jointly an-
nounced Wednesday by Ross Sand-
ier and Joan Siejjel, presidents re-
spectively of Aleph Zadik Aleph
and B'nai B'rith Girls, junior or-
der of B'nai B'rith.
Some
Grand Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith, will
close the convention proceedings
with a talk on Dec. 29. Featured
at the convention will be the an-
nual basketball championships, an
oratory contest for boys and girls
and other contests in story telling,
newspaper contributions, songs and
scrapbooks.
Other speakers will include Mrs.
150 young people repre- Gerald Soltz, second vice president
anting over 1.000 Jewish youth in of the Women's District Grand
Honda will convene in a program
of social, athletic, religious and
cultural activity to focus around
the theme, "How May Jewish
American Youth Help Preserve
Democracy?"
E. Albert Pallot, local attorney
and president-elect of District
Lodge 5, B'nai B'rith; George Tali-
anoff, president of the Florida
State Assn., Men's B'nai B'rith
Lodges; Mrs. George Baltuch, pres-
ident of the South Florida Wom-
en's Council of B'nai B'rith; and
Mrs. Joseph Bermann, chairman of
the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
Youth board of directors.
Coordinating the adiministration
of the convention are Mrs. Al
Reich, fourth vice president of the
Women's District Grand Lodge 5,
B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Murray La-
zarus, Florida State co-chairman
for the B'nai B'rith Youth Commit-
tee.
%
Orovitz (left), Mt. Sinai hospital president, shown at
eilinq of his portrait, a bust in bronze, at founders dinner
Ljav jn Fontainebleau hotel. Jacob Sher, founders chair-
n looks on. Bust will be among many portraits of Mt. Sinai
nders in special hall of new $4,000,000 hospital now being
:ted on Collins Island.
ui Founders Installed as Bust
Of Orovitz Unveiled at Ceremony
Meyer, Max Orovitz, Lee Ratner,
Sam H. Rost, Dan B. Ruskin, Sam
Schwartz, Jacob Sher, Wm. D.
Sineer, Harry Sirkin, Joseph R.
Stein, Arthur A. Ungar, Carl Wein-
kle, Leonard A. Wien, Louis E.
Wolfson and Mitchell Wolfson.
unders of Mt. Sinai hospital
who contribute at least $30,-
[for construction of the new
Mt. Sinai hospitalwere
tied Sunday night at an im-
fcve and gay formal dinner
i in the Rosewood room of the
linebleau hotel.
ob Sher. chairman of found-
Finnounced the enrollment of
new founders, bringing the
membership of the group to
fwo of the new members are
kamm F. Danbaum and Abe C.
Sher stated that the third
Founder requested his con-
Ition remain anonymous for
(present.
B. Ruskin, chairman of the
Sinai hospital development
I, revealed that the fund's total
pw more than $2,600,000 in the
for $4,000,000.
highlight of the ceremonies
[the unveiling of a bronze bust
lax Orovitz. president of the
bital, made by David Newman.
Ig sculptor who worked and
lied in Europe for four years
[now lives in Miami.
Mr pointed out that busts of
pounders will stand in Founders
of the new hospital in per-
ent recognition of their gen-
kity.
a brief talk, Orovitz stated
the new Mt. Sinai hospital
be a repository of all the
kfits of medical science, with
mat modern facilities that can
obtained lor healing, research
medical teaching. Our new
fital will be the real lasting
foment to our effortsa life-
PS and life-saving contribution
he health needs of our entire
niraity."
pnstruction of the new eight-
s' Mt. Sinai hospital is now un-
>ay on 10 acre Collins Island.
pent to the present hospital,
[will be completed by October,
fAin revealed that the found-
ftrnP will aid the development
F campaiBn as an adjuct of the
M'sifts division, of which Leon-
RWi.-n is chairman and Lsa-
Hecht, vice chairman.
h"Ee. four-foot-high cake
s a replica of the new Mt.
NmpitiJ. nrovided an unusual
en, with Sher. Orovitz, Ruskin
LWlen ,ak'nu turns cutting the
FO for guests. Climax of the
F"8 was the awarding of in-
fc!L "" spades ,0 founders.
f unders who were installed are
> B'ank Jack A. Cantor. B*nia-
I*. nanbanm. Abe C. Fine. Sam-
kh,,and- Moses Ginsberg.
ihn\ ,Goodma- Dr. Morris
""". kadore Hecht, Benjamin
ne, Howard Kne. Sam-.*! r
Ej J G"al f" Morkowitz, Baron de Hirsch
Urgent Meeting
Slated Monday
Board of governors of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will meet
Monday eevning at the Algiers
hotel.
Federation president Howard
Kane said Wednesday "that the
agenda will include matters per-
taining to the current international
situation, as well as important local
community developments of utmost
concern to Jewish groups."
In view of the critical Israel sit-
uation and Federation's projected
plans for an early Combined Jew-
ish Appeal drive, it is expected
that the entire board of 273 mem-
bers will attend the urgent meet-
ing.
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Jewish Refugees Flee to Vienna;
Hungary Revolt Anti-Semitism Nixed
0*. N. HtAMtUM WILLIAMS
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Dr H Franklin William*. vice
president of the Urtfvarerr* of Mi
ami and pat pre-ident nf the We]
face Planning Council of Dade
County, will be Rue^t -oeaker at
'he sixth annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Tenter Sundev right. Nov. 25. in
the Sea Cull hotel.
Dr Williams will also install of-
ficer- and hoard of director^ who
will be elected at the meeting In
addition, there will l>e a brief pre-
sentation by Hownrde Kane, Pfcsi-
'lent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
A musical nlavlet will mark use
years in the history of the aajency,
under the direction of Edward
re Participant- in th- plavlet
include Judce Milton Friedman, '
Mr-. I>on Kanlan. Leon BosteiD
Irvine Lax. Mrs Hay Bernn and
teph Master-, who i- also chair
nan of the annual meatlm. Ac-
npanM will be Mr-. Paul Draiz-
ar.
' pubtiaQ
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inn with

will
Mrs
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lor. i
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
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STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACllI
Continued from Pago 1 A
of some refugees to identify them
selves as Jews.
A delegation composed of rep
resentatives of th Joint Di-trihu-
tion Committee. I'nited Hias Sen-
ice. American Jewish Committee
and the Canadian Jewish Con-
paaa visited border points Wed-
nesday across which refugees are
moving. At on* point they saw
Soviet soldiers send the refugees
hack, but since the Ru-sian< can-
not patrol the entire border, the
refucees crossed elsewhere.
The delegation brought hack
three Jewish youths, two boys and
a girl who quit Budapest two days I
ago. One of the boys had jumped!
off a truck which was taking aj
group of Hungarians to be deport-1
ed to the East. Thi- bov has a
can Jewish Committee. All ac-
counts by Hungarian Jewish ref-
ugees reaching Jewish organiza-
tions here are in full agreement
that there was no organized anti-
Semitic action of any kind, and
that only occasional anti-Jewish
remarks were passed by individ
uals. Mr Schuster asserted.
Meanwhile, two Jewish truck
drivers formerly employed by the
Hungarian Red Cross, told news-
men here that the Russians had
opened fire on a convoy of Red
Cross trucks, killing all the per-
sons in the first three trucks of
the convoy.
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world of heroism on the battle-
field, of the struggle between
Hellenism and Judaism, and it
kept the Jews aware of Chanuka
as an event which marked the
martyrdom of human beings on
the altar of freedom of con-
science.
More recently, however. Chanu-
ka has taken on more significant
meaning for our time. The State
of Israel was established under
circumstances startlingly similar
to those existing in the days of
the Jews of Chanuka times. The
heroism of modern Jews of Is-
rael has been compared with the
accomplishments of the Macca-
bees, the heroes of Chanuka. And
the inspiring story of Israel has
brought to the forefront the vic-
tories of the Maccabees, and in
that remarkable way that Jewish
history has of repeating itself,
Chanuka and modern Israel mesh
and blend.
Thus, Chanuka today is aiatki d
at a major holiday. This. too. In
characteristic of Jewish history.
Jewish lite is seldom static, and
even the traditional festivals are
subject to change. What was
minor two hundred years ago,
when Jews lived in ghettoes, has
become major, now that Jews en-
joy the freedom of America and
other democracies, and when Is-
rael is a free and independent
Stae.
What i even more pertinent is
the fact that Israel todav is again
faced with enemies who would
like to wipe her off the face of
the earth. The ancient foe. Egypt,
remains implacable in its animus.
Other Arab nations, incapable of
destroying Israel at its birth, have
not given up hopes of doing so in
the future, and when headlines
shriek across the pages of the
American press, the ancient
names roll off the pages: Egypt.
Syria, the Sinai Peninsula, and
other historic and traditional
areas, in which so moch Hebrew
history is to be discovered.
Chanuka has also been marked
in the United States with Chan-
uka Festivals in various cities,
sponsored by the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, and rhese celebrations
have served to reemphasize the
immediacy of Chanuka's lesson,
a lesson which proves that one
must fight for ones freedom and
for one's independence, even as
Israel fights for hers.
The story of Chanuka has been
told, retold, interpreted and high-
lighted by Jewish historians.
poets and novelists since the in-
ception of the festival. At no
tune, however, has the theme of
the revolt been more fully sig-
nificant than today. The issue of
Jewish freedom is as lire, right
now as it was 1J00 years ago.
Chanuka is not a glib holiday, it
contains no pat phrases, no facile
Jingoism This fete commemo-
rates a conflict between the Has-
moneans that is. in effect, the
Jewish people apd AMwehos
Epiphanes. who represented the
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Thujy^ncrrteT reads the story of Chanuka andj,
Festival of Light, ulustrate. the peaceful cCS
and hi. hnrtory the tranrformalion of the SJJj
over brute force. m "1
Hellenistic way of life. Vardis
Fisher, the prominent and brilli-
ant American novelist, has writ-
ten a novel entitled "The Island
of the Innocent." which describes
the war between Hellenism and
Judaism, and in it he insists that
this was one of the great battles
of Western civilization, for had
Hellenism won out. the Western
world would have taken an en-
tirely, different turn. And he.
out of wisdom and insight, sides
with the Jews.
The Grecian rulers of Syria
saw in Hellenism a method of
unifying all of Us slave states. In
forcing this new order down the
throats of the conquered nations,
the Syrians met with the "stiff-
necked people.** the Jews, who
rejected Hellenism as a way of
life And so war began. Antiorhus
sent a powerful arms' into Pales-
tine to root out the Jewish God.
The teinle was tamed into a
Greeffu house dl worship. Jews
*ere Jprmddea U> observe Jewish
lavar and easterns and when
persisted, death was their
It was at this critical
<0 the history of man that
" martyrs foe freedom of
sprang a* to fight.
hanpened then bears rep-
etition.- An aggressive family
arose is the land: five brothers,
an hetpic father. After a few
hreahes with an ever-confident
foe. the rebel array entered the
Temple on the 25h day of
Kislev. the day Chanuka begins
?- and rededicated the altar with
great ceremony.
The war had just started. The
rest of the story is history: how
the small armies of Judah Macca-
bee defeated with guile and with
great military strata*, all the
armies of the Syriaa oerlard.
The feats of Judah were so im-
pressive that he is today ranked
with the 35 oatstandzag military
leaders in world history (and a
bas relief of fa!
Point to give j^^
of his repuuueo.! ifei
of the Maccabw, Hi
tablishment of, j
and for 1.900 yean,
other, until !**{,
the debris of Wool'
came into beiag
In the brief ptrirftfj
monean reign, tat j
enred in twikenah
alive tbeir hop* f|_
and permitted u*a wt
a people throuik .
cut ion and horror,
rebellion waxes
virile people. A
resistance, no
onlv stagnate |
The triumph
the Syrians
and national
fought for andl
those days,
dom is not
tion Much
that gift A
added meaning.]
given an of
as a nation,
about one bo
Rome swept itl
Jews not hi
creating a
had the benefit]
a< a unified .
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ble with them'
have been i Bar
lion Assimilation
won ut and the JcwishJ
could surely not taw
spired in 1948 a taw'
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not idle questions,
and to answer them is to pro-
nounce the significance of the
Maccabees and of Chanuka. When
Judah Maccabee entered the
Temple and rcdedicated it, and
saw the holy cruse of oil bum for
eight days (a miracle, it was de-
clared), he did more than win
temporary freedom for an eternal
people. He sparked the spirit of
revolt against oppressors and
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all dictators and philosophies
which spell darkness for the
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iccabee Victory Inspires Us Even Today
pre exception of Passover.
.day on the Jewish calen-
Ehaps exceeds Chanuka in
Conal value. The inspha-
hhe Maceabean story even
I beyond the Jewish line.
become the theme of a
musical classic by Handel,
Cgnry Wadsworth Longfel-
ijnerica's never-to-be for-
poet, used the theme for
I his great works. Among
his stimulation has been of
greater. The American
poetess Emma Lazarus,
gin* of the restoration of
fin the pre Herzl days, wrote
L lines calling upon Jews
ken to the Maceabean heri-
_d, similarly. Herzl himself
a to that fountain.
one ot his most delightful
Cons. Herzl tells of a Jew
[tiring of the baitings of his
L. decides to return to his
Iberitagef and the story of
mental travelogue back to
wn is associated with the
ah, the very symbol of
ka. And when we pay trib-
l the valor of the generation
of today which made possible the
miracle of the restoration of Is-
rael, we must bear in mind the
debt also due to the Maccabeans
of old, the inspiration of whose
courage has crossed the boundar-
ies of time.
Legends are usually woven
about the hero of a great episode,
but, oddly enough, there are few
about Judas Maccabeus. Almost
solitary is the one about his find-
ing of a cruse of oil in the Tem-
ple sufficient for only one day
but which, miraculously, sufficed
for a whole week. This is a very
small miracle compared, let us
say. to such miracles as the split-
ting of the Red Sea. The truth is
perhaps that there were no mir-
acles in the usual sense in the
Chanuka story. It was simply the
valor of tne people which
achieved the triumph. If there
was any miracle, it was that so
many owed so much to so few,
as Churchill said more recently
during the last world war. Those
who gathered about the Macca-
beans were the untrained Jewish
a
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[miracle of Chanuka is rooted in the miracle of a vial of oil.
f. too. oil may play a great role in the revival oi Israel as
lea and modern Israel mesh and blend/' With oil
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but a single area in Heletz-Neqba as pointed out by Dr.
tier R. Fehr (left), Swiss geologist Israel could achieve
oleum self-sufficiency within a decade. He talks to (center)
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peasantry. The legions of Anti-
ochus were the Germans of those
days. They had the men and the
equipment, but what they had not
was the deep dedication and the
burning faith of the Maccabeans.
The anomaly of Chanuka as a
Jewish holiday is emphasized by
the fact that it is perhaps the lone
festivity in remembrance of a
military victory. It was this, per-
haps, which for some time was
responsible for Chanuka not se-
curing its full and deserve* stat-
us. Passover records deliverance
of the Jews from bondage, but
that was not obtained through
battle. I'urim scored another de-
liverance, from Haman, but here
too there was no fighting in-
volved. It was the fortuitous
changing of the mood of a king
by a pretty girl. On the other
hand, the deliverance symbolized
by Chanuka was obtained by the
valor and strength of a people.
It is this which has made Chan-
uka the holiday par excellence
of modern Israel. In Israel they
can understand the Maccabeans
of 2,000 years ago because some-
thing of the same conditions pre-
vail today. As in the days of old.
they are surrounded by foes who
outnumber them by twenty to
one, but not in the spirit which is
of the essence of Chanuka.
Essentially the Jewish genius
is for peace, and while Chanuka
remains a reservoir of valorous
inspiration in emergencies it has
in the main been transformed
and observed as a holiday mark-
ing not so much a military victory
as a triumph of right against
great odds.
Chanuka is the best illustration
of the pacific character of the
Jewish people. None would be-
grudge us if we rejoiced on this
occasion with a triumph in battle.
Instead we have transformed the
occasion into a festivity of the
spirit in its triumph over brute
force. We rejoice on Chanuka not
alone because our ancestors
emerged triumphant in battle, but
primarily because the result of
the struggle was a triumph for
the human spirit.
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''age 10 A
Continud from Pas* 1 A
CNincB of Jewish Federations Calls for Hear East Peace g^ar&Tga
cumhinc reliuom and ssrnlai an.
er said "Since th.- b^dmUajmr MMRM^Ito ****?* '"^tivmes to achieve a more^ohesive
October alone, right through moU.the 'terrible events in Hunsar> and beqpfjcial effect for Jews He
with all other officers. of the tense days of the fight.nf. km caused deep concern about ^ thet the mnritei Oatferences in
In a special resolution on Israel, immigration continued and more the fate of the 120.000 Hungarian United a,^ Jewish group* be-,
tHe delegates emphasued that is- ,han ,200 P*"ooIe entered Israel." Jews, most of whom are conceit- cause of varying immigrant and
rael has been the bulwark of de- he declared The immigrants, he trated in shattered Budapest. Many cultural backgrounds, was leveling
n*cracv in the Middle East" and has s,ated- "are arriving from coun hundreds of Jewish refugees have oul He attributed this to the con
re-cued over 800.000 Jewish refu- lrtes *here do ,rs are '""uht cro>sed the border into Austria tmued decrease in the number of
ges who found it necessary to :!uh? life-or-death and more are expected in the days foreign.born in the nations popula-
te there in search of freedom and" '-*** ,hev "n como anM(l he ***d "0%-ermght. we'are on Thl> trend ^ gtsted, wou|d
security." Terming -vital" the abil- "' no* "r '' :"J> never have an back in ,hlv fwrrib'p refugee busi- conljnue untll the differences
it) of Israel to continue that ro!.-. *' hundreds of ne-s Mr. Lcavitt said. "We are cached .-y^ vanishing point"
th" delegates rededicated them- earlier arrivals m Is- aeam opening offices, rushing staff 25 years.
selves "to continue and intensify ""' "' ~'*' aitl *n<* tneir into Austria, and do not know when ------,--------- ...
or efforts to the end that the great -mpleted" th,. surge of fleeing people will .. run,l Cf-
humanitarian program to which we Avrahint Harman. member of stop rresioswr VOVIrCff J/Ofes
hive contributed and which con- the ." ency executive*, who .\bner Bregman. chairman of the 'Thanksgiving Gobblt' Affair
tines to demand our help may go arrived from Israel to address the board of the United Hias Service. "Thanksgiving Gobble
f Award. BAisemWy.- toW .tht gathering th.,- rv^'ftedUksuhinces financial cial event of the 4
The Assembly also adopted a ?* "knockout blow Egypt was lability,:* rfMnt'thanl J,0l) J*uo-f r^esidentV-touncir'p
>iti.n'askin- thr'j'ewx-rt ihejrtydying against, Israel w5 .1- Van* jTaW-h reaV.v! families. Bmj wuVttVheld SU
in
JACttficg
" $1M Mr te.
GEORGE DYKB
^K-MiRjJ,
'0' Buy, ,, ^
Consult Tht Jewish
pited states and Canada for a 'signed no\ merely to conquer tcrr; part of the 5.000 refugees to"be' at the'Surf roo
p. lory, but to destroy people No admitted to the lnited States utw hotel
ore Club
host generous outpouring oi sup- >> "Ui 10 tacnraj p< i s. admitted to tne lnited States urv hotel
frt' to meet critical Jewish needs country could reasonably be ex der the terms of the IS Refugee Presidents" Council is composed
of executive heads of Singles Lim-
ited, Amity 28 and B'nai B'rith So-
cial Council.
Two dance floors will be avail-
able for the music of Michael Sel-I
| ker and his orchestra,
director of the Council and ranking I In charge of information is John I
ve vice authority on Jewish social welfare. | Williams, president of Singles Lim-1
chairman of the Joint Distribution predicted that within the next 25 ited. host organization '
----
Oi
Special interest
te the
froad and to strengthen Jewish pected to tolerate a situation of this Relief Act and President Eisenhow-
imunity institutions at home It kind or fail to take the necessary er's order.
lied for "the immediate month- action to protect its existence He Addressing the 25th anniversary
ifion of campaign organizations <* Egypt had converted the Sinai dinner o the Council of jewliD
a* m>nt of campan leadership, full aggw^tw. threatening not oolj Ham. L Ijiurje former executjve
til enlistment of our communities Israel but the entire world
it this united effort, and maximum Mnse< A. Leavitt. execut
Other resolutions celled for a
year-round program by cornmuni-
t *- to "recruit, train and retain the
rr> st capable individuals for lead-
ership responsibilities." and a >u-
t.v-cd drive by all communities to
make up the deficiency in trained
prr nnerl by "joining and encour-
. verall recruitment efforts to
rerun the be>t qualified men. and
ewish communal serv-
..... "f Canada and
Ml the praise
1 th( '-; egati -ranting
to refugees fleeing Soviet d
,! ..~\ The :
lauded I G >\ern-
ran
'. rta Africa
eh uMI include a substantial
-
In a 1 on immigration in
th* United States, acted upon only
r> United States delegates, the
;ates reiterated their previous
I on American immigration
- and called for their n
-'f the discriminatory na-
r -- quota system and -
-hini a realistic and flexi-
bfc ton geared to meet
Leader* ci the Jewish communi
heard a re-
>i Herbert A Fned-
r"an. executive vice chairman of
d Jewish Appeal, empha-
g that desp:te the Middle Bi
cri-i- Ir*el is expenencini
auest immigration in j
' The heavy influx of immigrants .
l-r<; creating a vast new
geitcy at a time when Israel
U ionfror*et critical
irvival since its mde-
lence n 1(M8." the IJA lead
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All $'**
BUSINESS LOTS
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MS ond ACRBAGt
Mtrritt Realty
167th St. I1M520
llnosuol Florida land
relopmenf Opportunity
[rolling scenic acres
I jn the high, big spring Me-
at Central Florid*. Over S
of beautiful wooded, very
link river frontage, rated as
r the beit fnhing streams in
IS Miles of main highway
ge. Close to eeveral major
t attractions and thriving
_ Will gross investors 12-mil-
Lollars or more and ell faster
:an be engineered. Purchase
500 per acre. Terms to quali-
uyers. Insured Title and Sur-
ko be supplied. Broker cooper-
invited.
and H Estates, Inc.
[5951 Burlington Ave. No.
iSt. Petersburg 2, Florida
Phone 33-8641
ferfront Development
outstanding buy, situated
County hat recorded lots
y frontage that is worth
more than asking price.
cres of undeveloped land is
included. PRICED AT
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plate details to qualified
Brokers protected.
CONTACT
nes L. Walker, Realtor
Box 475, Naples, Fla.
or call Midway 2-1341
{Several Good Buys In
County, small tracts:
[ACRES, Pine Island, V mile
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ierfront development only
per acre.
ACRES, with 660 Ft. on hard
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"J at $22,000.
[ACRE tract, adjoining Phipps
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ACRES, with approximately
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t*Y HENRY LEONARD
a
Acreage
Specialist
See
F. D. H. Mackenzie, Realtor
Telephone MA 2-4215
OCAIA S;iVER SPRINGS, HA.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW?
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REAL ESTATE
in Brevard County
WRIT* WlHt ..or SIC:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 Willard St Ph Cocoa 474
*. 0. Box 762, D FLORIDA KEYS
WATERFRONT
A DEVELOPMENT, partly completed.
Owner says, sell as is. Wonderful
opportunity for builder or investor.
2,000 Ft. ef white sand beach on
Gulf side md 2,000 Ft. ef U.S. 1
frontage. Would make a terrific
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golf course and residential ose.
South Shore Realty
BROKER'S COOPERATE
HI 3-7416
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DEALING IN ALL TYPES
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Ph. MU 11400
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Dealing in All Types
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NEAR STARK
20 acres
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ACREAGE
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SOUTH DADE
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! 733 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
activ enter frontage on im-
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A Happy Chanuka
To All
A. E. & R. F. Raidle Inc.
REAL ESTATE
baling in All Types ef Real Estate
WT PALM BEACH PHONE TEMPLE 2-0516
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INVESTORS !
PARTICIPATE
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INCLUDING
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Cattle will be sold to lessen the investment JJ
which will be returned after 6 months. 9
LAND IS WEALTH
2,000 points hoing offoco.1 tor $M por po.nt. lath point W
. hot approximate voloe o# acres plus equal Interest in f
$100,000 worth cottlo and .aaipm.nt which amounts to $100 por point. "^
LOCATION: ... m ***** e
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30 milos from Tampa
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mllos from proposed Olan L martin Plant q
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DESCRIPTION: *..,. .. m 5
PotKO and cross foncad.
fully d.v.lop.d land. d
SI milot of drainag. ditch.. \
Milai Of M iranting and tiding on the
proporty.
Roads ions thro*** and also adjoin praparty. ^
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The Virtue of Gratitude Must be Learned Like a Good Habit
1 _^ ..-*>,, J knitntnii.' nnA ill III P C
Thr /olloutng u another i~. a tents of atSblSJ prepared" fc_y ifmnul
ImJ.i here /or Thr jeu-uh Flondun "Rabbiawal Cemcr" in cooper-
alien intn die Greater Mum Rjbb:t:rel Aun Rabbi Abraham
, Herson. of Tifereth Israel \'ortkJe Center, u coordinator of this
Assn. program.
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Miami Hebrew School end
Congregation
For the past few weeks, we
have been readme about Joseoh
And among all the figures play-
ing part in the book of Gene>i.
none appeals to us more deeply
than this illustrious figure The
sacred narrator himself seems
charmed by Joseph'* personality
Our sympathy for Joseph i
evoked particularly by the in-
gratitude of th<> man whom he
had shown great kindness "\"lo
Zochar." yet the chief butler did
not remember Joseph but forgot
him.
Who can tell how many heavily
laden hours are summed up in
The Rabbinical
Corner
Ingratitude becomes one of life's!
most hateful influences. But on
the other hand, its secondary ef.
feet is even more pernicious, more
terrible It enters as an acid into
the very constitution of some
good men and women, and curdels
within them the milk of human
kindness. It makes men cynical,
cold, it covers the streams of na-
tural love and emotion with an
impenetrable crust of ice.
The vineyard of generosity and
courtesy is a treacherous vine-
yard, and kind hearted people sav
uith the prophet "Madua kivisi
laasos anovim rayaas hnushim."
I hoped that it should bring
forth rrax** and it has brought
forth wild grapes.
TV chief butler of the old
Egyptian kind was an ingrate.
De*pite Joseph's pathetic tale
and pleading, despite his pledge
to bear in mind his sad cause, he
did not remember Joseph, but
forgot him Afterwards, he re-
mire. nor undertake, nor bewail
without thinking of the goodness
of God and giving Him thanks.
Let us learn to acquire the vir-
tue of gratitude, not like the
Egyptian chief butler. Let no Jo-
seph be allowed to think that man
u by "''"r^Ti,
hanks to God""
,hank< to meT?
_toWU of"
* Vl"b"e to the
street.
I
-**l
Why is it that the Chanuka Merx>f.
ah is pieced on the South Side of
the Synepooue?
It is claimed that this is done to
duplicate the location of the ,
Menorah in the ancient Temple. In he <
the Temple the Menorah was lo- ,,' .h,?.* -* I
rated on the South side. Thus dSTnoT El"? !'*1
*'" Chenuk,?
"Y night sTJ?
comes to 38. tv,
special significance
o the subject of fah
J"s f'r-t crHT
the Chanuka Menorah jRlndV^ V^ **-]
Menrah 0t ^ HI Saturday^,;
of the ancient
Sanctuary in Jerusalem.
Where b> the best #*. fpr the nlTht hkf"
Menoroh ., Chanuka in i.iJ5 ihih iSM !*.
represent those 361
gretted his knavery. 'Ingrati-
tude.' says Goethe. ",s always a th '*',, yA ,h<\. """ "dvised
k,nd of weakness I have never J*JS Sail* Menorah be
known men of ab.litv to be un-' KSE5 thf door- *? ,ne ,e
one entered. This was done for two
l
thi* one simple vere* H"w many
MHh<. how many tears* Who can
help entering into the sad posi-
tion of Joseph in that dark hour
in the dingy prison, and feeling
the ingratitude of the chief but-
ler* I think that the ordinary per-
son endowed with average cour-
age and faith encounters no great-
er calamity
Ingratitude throw* a pall over
our emotions, human nature, a
black cover of sadne and mourn-
ing It tends to paralyze our arms
In the service of oar fellow be-
ings, to benumb our hearts in
sympathy for our neighbors, to
blind our eyes to the misery of
the oppressed, and to deafen our
ears to their groans.
Ingratitude, thus, is a double
misfortune It is both a bitter
fruit plucked from the tree of
kindness, and a seed of sorrow
planted for the future. On the
one band, its immediate effect is
regret, and a spirit of resentment
We are sorry that we had shown
kindness to one so undeserving.
grateful" But if gratitude is in ".J"1 s *as done for
IMM a flower, surely it achieves i ??^ l^*'."**"*'
its finest and most delicate beauty I U^ ,h"! coa,d "* s**n W P
in the garden of religion. To men !t?L ,nd ,0nf the ordinal
objectives of the Chanuka festi
>>> Ril.i
we owe profuse thanks for en-
couragement, for aid. for kind
words and loving acts.
What we owe God who is the
source of our life, our invisible
shield, our faithful friend, our
gracious guide, the companion of

val is to publicize the miracle that
happened during the days of the
Maccabees with the crtise of oil.
Secondly, placing the Menorah
to the left of the doorway would
bring about a condition where any-
our solitude what we 'owe Him"' *"*, *hoJ fr?fe our mouths cannot even utter, our! dJind 'he Meluuh on his right
hearts can but feel. The entire f "*. Cn** Menorah at his
life of the Orthodox Jew was a' I" ,s ."** tbe ,mPresson of
bundle of benedictions, a paen of ?* circle* with good deeds
praise to God. an expression of wherever
gratitude. Naught did he do. nor
see. nor eat. nor enjoy, nor ad-
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cerlylo
eve. Orthodox. Rebbi Isaac Ever.
Friday MS pn gel

p
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander

ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
P*' lay am.
Mia. ba < -am.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ...
Conservative. Rabbi Yeekev Rosen
berg. Cantor William W. Lit
r i-ia-. ; Bervnoa Aommoob
Cornervativ*
Judaic SaturdaT > a m Bar Miti-
v > 'Mr and Mr- I, -
-.. David. k>n of Mr. and

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th eve Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Louis Gartonhaws.
a.T*

BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd v
ave. Conservative.
t r>"
Cawn.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 9S1
FUminos way. Conservative.
: t Sen- Uiim ontflrl-
peakrr William U Pallot
W)ut M-tr-....|itan Oovem-
mnl W Ml Sinn is Tou."' Satardej-
a m.
e
HOMESTEAD CENTER, It) NE
Hi st. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe St.. Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehuda* HeiaVetm.
- -
-:ns Ka
.- dauht. and
e
CANDLIUGHTING TIME
Kisley 19 5:07 pjn.
NORTH SHORE CENTER.
7Sth St. Conservative. Rebb
omens wherever one
turned. Today, it has become cus-
tomary to place the Menorah near
the window so that its lights could
Cantor Irvine
KHday IJ
aratea: "Brandri<
' Saturday lj am
TEMn.E SINAI of North Miami.
His* st. and N.E. TEMPLE ZION.
M0.J- Caneaeerve.
u m U_ til... .___a
5730 SW 17th
Alfred
F"- .t\ 1'. S-fr-..n ( |S
Rair..- Saturday v 4. a m Bar
Mltxvah Herbert, aea of M- and Mr.
e
SOUTH DAOE JEWISH CEN
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform. Rabbi Herbert M Beum-
ard.
lnjE1df.',,T *D.'' Pm '" '" Mrrlc*1
hMr: n,v n .amn.
rmoeTHe RettskMM Iv.-aon is
a (jra!*ful I>-

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie we.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
man.
r" .m
.ties Ou:
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3190 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
leasts**.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Wasbino-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.

.th Mi.x larn,., ,
man.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lohr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
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SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
o43* SW Ith st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loan
Kronuh Canter Samuel Kelemer.
) -,n of Ml
eub. M ol fS

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 2701
NW 113rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Gressberg.
SVmv>n
Saturday
* m itar MIUln DenM. eon of Mr
and Mra. Howard f-reusa.
O e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. CanHr Albert
Giants.
'VKlay 8-M p.m. BbrSBOa: "Count
^our Hlmint' Honta at onn Shab-
oat Mr and Mra. Hyman Aster Hat-
utday a.m. Ktrnoa: A l-athrr >
.
TOR AH TEMM.E. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cessel.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 '
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
. Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph
BrilL
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ItUdr Itl '1 <;u->t B|
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Waabineton ave. Conservative.
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.

BETH TFILAH 93S Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Beck.
e a e
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pL Conservative. Rabbi Lee
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101 gA%f
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si- .
nsw. April. Cantor Bereb, Ke^mer
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iy : 1* r m Sat ar lav V a m
Haass at Kld.U.h ar, Mr .ad Mr.
**"* tae-ri*nasfl
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st
NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
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st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot
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I seated (left to right) are Councilman
[Halperin; Jack Silverman, president;
llathews, secretary and treasurer; and
Redman, newly appointed executive
or of the Washington Avenue Property
Us' Assn. Standing (left to right) are
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members not shown are Mrs. Baron De Hirsh
Meyer, William Taradash. C. L. Devine, Dr.
Morris Goodman and Alfred Stone.
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pd from the ocean to the
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he cooperation of all hotel
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)IIM,TO\ FRMKBMAX
Not*1*j
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Spectacular Rise of Jacob Jav its East Side to W;
HILARY M1\BLIX
RED. BLACK, BLOND AND OLIVE. Studies in Four Civiliiations:
Zuni, Haiti, Soviet Russia, Israel. By Edmund Wilson. 555 pp. New
York: Oxford University Pros*. So.75.
EDMUND WILSON ll well-known to reader- as the author of "The
Scroll.-, from the Dead Sea." reviewed here recently; many will
aKo remember him for "Axel's Castle" and the controversial "Mem-
oirs of Hecate County." among others. In further proof of a versatility
which apparently admits no bounds. Mr. Wilson brings together in
this book his observations of four seemingly disparate civilizations
Mr. Wilson visited the Zuni (New Mexico* Indians in 1947, timing
his trip to coincide wth their annual Shalako festival. This complex.
and ritualistic spectacle he describes in detail, sandwiching in. along
* the way. a lot of Indian history and some highly pungent impression-
ol his own. The Zunis are especially remarkable for their "strength
and cohesion" as a social organism, a strength which "seems mainly to
owe to the extraordinary tribal religion."
Where the Pueblo Indians act out a sacred drama, "only partially
identifying themselves with the spirits whose roles they are play-
ing." the Haitians go much further in their relationship to their
mythology, in a fascinating discussion of Voodooism. the author points
out that "in Haiti the immediate thing was the supernatural world
. and what we call the real world np more than a symbolization of
events in the world of religious myth And. in writing en" the central
feature of Vuodooum. the possession of the worshipper by the .spirit.
Mr Wilson makes a thoughtful point: "Is it really very much more
lantastic to screw oneself up for a speech or a crime by imagining
oneself Grande Krzilie of (General Anglessou (Zuni gods) than by
managing to identify onasclf with the Will of the German People or
the Sword of the Proletariat?"
A five-month sojourn in Soviety Russia of 1935 takes up half of
the book. The Iron Curtain had not yet rung down, physically or
mentally, and Mr. Wilson supposed that he "was seeing a society
which had dispensed with myths, rituals and symbols." Although his
postscript utterly repudiates his hopes for this "new" society (indeed,
there were many aspects which dismayed him even then), Mr. Wilson
has been honest enough to leave his early opinions intact. Thus, he pre-
served for us a remarkahle picture of an order in the midst of
passing from illusion to disillusion or, as he put* it, to "the result
of having swallowed a dogma and gone to live in a myth."
An uncanny, almost mystical perrepUoa of the Jews distinguishes
the chapter on Israel,U954>. One section, which appeared in "The
New Yorker" two years ago. explores some the the "surprises" of
Genesis in Hebrew the vague time sense of the verbs, the intensives,
and the inherent "purposeful" quality of the language itself. Mr.
Wilson relates these and. other aspects to the unifying theme of the
book that is. to the value and influence of their symbols "for the
social groups that accept tbem." In posing some of the myriad prob-
lems which beset Israel. Mr Wilson predicts their solution in "the
taith that keeps Israel going," part of which is "that specialty of Jew-
ish genius the development of the moral consciousness, of man's
relations with God.
These are simplifications, of course Mr. Wilson is a man who,
although personally rejocung myths, recognizes their seriousness and
their power, and therefore, their validity, whether temporary or not.
If Zuni and Haiti, in their way. Soviet Russia, in its new way. and
1-rael. in its ancient way. are all utilizing myth m the same way. there
is more unity among men than one would suppose There is also more
dancer of disunity, which i- the point at which Mr. Wilson leaves
this book.
BORES M/OUK-
Washington
JACOB Koppel Javits. a product
of New York's lower East
Side, will be sworn in next Jan-
uary a- the ninth U.S. Senator of
Jewish faith
David Levy Yule was the first
Jew to serve in the U S Senate.
He represented Florida from 1845
tn 1851 and again from 1855 to
1861 Other Jewish Senators were
Judah P. Benjamin, who later be-
came a Confederate leader. Louis-
iana, 1853-1861; Benjamin Frank-
lin Jonas. Louisiana, 1879-1885;
Joseph Simon. Oregon. 1897-1903;
atwtfor Rayner. Maryland. 1905-
1912; Simon Guggenheim. Color-
ado. 19071913; and Herbert H.
Lehman. New York. 1949-1956.
Sen. Richard Neuberger was elect-
ed in 1954 from Oregon, and his
term continues.
Javits. a Republican, was serv-
ing as Attorney General of New
York State when he ran against
Mayor Wagner of New York City
The prize was the Senate seat va-
cated by the retirement of Sen.
Lehman. After a vigorous cam-
paign in which he was strongly
supported by President Eisen-
hower, the 52-year-old Javits tri-
umphed.
His life has been a fulfillment
of dreams of America envisioned
in European ghettos. Javits' fath-
er made pants on the lower East
Side. His mother helped support
the family by selling toys from a
pushcart.
Javits' introduction tn politics
came in his childhood. His father
rose from pants-maker to Tam-
many representative for three
shabby tenement buildings The
senior Javits tended to custodial
duties as well as to the political
orientation of tenants.
A prophetic comment on Javits'
success is to be found under his
picture in his high school year-
book The insenptHjn says: "You
rant tell f ram first appearances
Hi- first job netted him $75 a
week as a printing ink salesman.
Later, his older brother. Benja-
min, turned over a bill.col lection
business to him. In 1924 he he-
came a clerk in his brother's law
firm He passed the bar in 1927
and joined Benjamin in law prac-
tice in the firm of Javits 4 Javita.
By 1940 Javits was known as an
enthusiastic young backer of the
late Fiorello LaGuardta. In 1941
Javits happened to meet the dep-
uty chief of the Army Chemical
Warfare Service at a dinner party
in Washington. The general com-
plained that the Army was hav-
ing trouble Retting a certain pa-
per filter for gas masks, ft so
happened that Javits Javits rep-
resented the National Paper
Trade Assn.
The next day Javits made con-
nections through the association,
pulled the appropriate strings,
and obtained for the general all
the filters he could use The grate-
ful general made Javita a dollar-
a-year man. By the time Javits
was commissioned a major in the
Chemical Warfare Service he was
so well known in Washington that
five generals attended the induc-
tion ceremony. He rose to the
grade of lieutenant colonel by the
end of World War II. At present
he is a full colonel in the re-
serves.
Javits ran for Congress in 1946.
having shifted his political affilia-
tion in a Republican direction.
His constituency, the upper West
Side of Manhattan, included
Washington Heights and Colum-
bia University. Dwight D. Eisen-
hower, then president of Colum-
bia University, was his best
known constituent. The area is
Predomi
reoommantly w.
J? man/""*
wfugees that j, ,
Soon after j *
Washington. old-C3
found they had aZS
OP A "Y- ?*
OP-A. and again-
*nted to kill y
/vts voted to wj
trols. Democrat, ol*
u' always countTJ
"fa vote on many Jjf
Jv.ts took pzm^1
great enough for hi,
ful ODwyer, Ukf
brother. p'Dw. ^
backing had attempt
Javits' district
Javits went to Euro*
with three other
Their travels took I
aw. Hoping u
American goodwill,
with peasants'laboring
debris from the tattei*
Javits and hit coUeam
shovels and filled t
with rubble.
BAY MB SCHWARTZ
Ah! This Woman Voters' Wom'sl
Needs Grow in Staggering Proportion to Nation's Growth
UUHILE the center of attention i- focused on
" Israel* needs, the cultural and educational
needs of American Jewry came up sharply before
the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federation and Welfare Funds. These needs, and
the service* detuned to meet them, have been
growing both in volume and importance, and their
growth reflects basic chanues in the underlying
economic, social and psychological forces affecting
the Jewish population in this country.
In most general terms, it reflects the emer-
gence of this generation of American Jews as a
religious-cultural group, predominantly native-born
and middle class, compared with the earlier status
of the American Jew as an immigrant ethnic minor-
ity. A survey to establish the extent of the growth
of Jewish cultural needs in the United States
broueht out the fact that membership in Jewish
community centers grew from 445.000 ten years
ago to more than 550.000 now
Center expenditures rose from $8200.000 ten
years ago to more than $155,000,000 in 1954. The
estimated value of Center buildings rose from
$40,000,000 to $75,000,000 in the same period En-
rollment in Jewish schools has been rising steadily
since 1945 and is now double the number of what
it was a decade ago.
At present, there are 400.000 Jewish pupils jn
Jewish schools. Jewish educational and Jewish
center work are considered by Jewish leadership
important areas of communal responsibility. To-
gether, they account for about one-third of the
total local allocations of the Jewish communities.
THE political analysts give many
reasons for the amazing size
of the Eisenhower victory For
myself, I found the clue in a
little item tucked away in a Yid-
dish newspaper. A story about
Israel. It had nothing to do with
the election. In two simple sen-
tences it told of the election of
Hannah Levin as Mayor of Rish-
on. Israel.
Rishon means first, and Rishon
was the first of the modern Jew-
ish settlements planted in Pal-
estine* by the hardy pre-Herzl
pioneers. And now Rishon has a
woman mayor.
As I read the story, things be-
gan to fall in line. I recalled that
as I stood in the voting booth,
there were more women voting
than men. I recalled all the stories
I had heard of the charm "Ike"
had for the women voters. Plen-
ty of men voted for Eisenhower,
but the women were his staunch-
est supporters.
This has become increasingly a
woman's world. The election of
Hannah Levin as Mayor of Rishon.
the election of Ike both prove
it. When Maine elected a Demo-
cratic governor back in Septem-
ber, the Democrats were deceived
into believing that it showed a
political trend. What it really
showed was what I have just said,
namely, that the women are the
dominant power. Gov. Muskie of
Maine is a remarkably handsome
man. He was elected for his looks,
not his politics.
Again I say: this I
woman's world. Man he I
the weaker sex, and beitj
unless he brings fortk*
ment for man's rights.
Although it has the largestjl
ish population of any djtj
world. New York Cfty I
had a Jewish mayor.
Guardia was half Jewisk \
Walker once said at I
banquet: 'Thediffereiwl
me and my Jewish friendii
they eat kosher at
trefa outside, while I eat t
home and kosher i
my ate a lot of Jewisk I
was not a Jew. Several t
have been nominated for I
of New York, but tkej i
seem to have comimnkil
Jewish vote. Jews like
groups have their spteM I
ests, but they wont sl
Jew just because he is a ME
Everywhere **m :
in New York no A Jet I
pires to run for mayor i
select a city where thnej
great Jewish population. T
planation for this is res*'
simple. Where there is. aj
Jewish population, lk*_
candidate will be reginJdJ
representative of ue
group. Where therein
group, he cannot be so I
Either he should go taS^
are few or no Jews, or hi
go to Israel The hnfr[
broad minded in this rsgj
HAROLD f\ RIBALOW
Milton Sperling and the Early Fc
of "Marjorie Morningst*'
Hollywood
ullLTON Sperling, one of film
"* land's youngest producers,
will present the world of the
LOI IS I IfMil
Noted Zionist Gives Eye-Witness impression of Heroic Israel
Jerusalem
SPENT last week in a nationally inspired Israel
" I came at a time when an historic decision of
self-defense had to be made.
The land was darkened, blacked out at night.
The youth had been mobilized to remove the con-
cealed marauders of the frontiers. There were con-
tinuous radio announcements in Hebrew and Arabic
Israel could no longer endure the strain of
waiting passively for the execution of the publicly
announced plan of Colonel Nasser and his fellow-
conspirators of Jordan and Syria to destroy the
Israeli nation.
The extraordinary store of military equipment
captured in the Sinai desert battle is the best
evidence of the sanative preparations made by the
Egyptians to attack Israel with all the power they
could muster To have waited for the blow to be
struck would have been criminal folly.
National security made it imperative for Israel
to defend herself without delay Th. menace has
been extirpated to a large extent and Israel today
breathes easier than she did a week ago
The futile by-play of diplomacy, always talk-
ing and never being able to act. forces decision
upon which the future of the Untied. Nation, de
pends.
Irwin Shaw has IM
screen plav to Eug
IMO's through the eyes of two -Desire I'nder the Bj*jF
Jewish girls, the European Anne produced by Don ""^L
Frank, and the American Mar- r>|bert Mann dir*da*
jorie Mbrningstar. the latter bas-
ed on Herman Wouk's novel.
Sperling, in a surprising move.
purchased the motion picture
rights to the famed Broadway
play, signing Susan Strasberg and
Jeseph Schildkraut to repeat their
roles on the screen-
It is Hoped that Custi Huber.
who appears as Anne Frank's
mother on the stage, will not be
included in the cast Miss Huber.
as we have point ad out at an
earlier occasion, performed in
Nazi Germany until the end of
World War It
Sperling will shoot 'The Diary
of Anne Frank" after completion
ture will star Sophu I*l
f,rst Hollywood afn*

Norman Corwin, jl
bered for his art'**
of Columbia **JL
stirring radio cw-
during the Wf2*,a
has been signed by W*
, new scrtenpUy J 1
cinema version of"^
wangers novelJe*J
do" Corwin
curreatf
sented on
the **m
Kirk Du*fa*!SUi
Life." the raogr't*1*
Vincent Van Got*


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?I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR DA.4
Vv IN CHANCERY NO. 1SW77
KRV ALWEN
iff.
SA ALLEN
ndant.
CRTINA ALLEN
RlchMKl kolusher
Montgomery Street
uaraaulred'to serve a copy of
["answer to the Bill of Complaint
Hvorce OH the pUlnUWa attorney.
n file the original answer In the
.nf the Clerk of the Circuit Court
before the 17th day of December
1 ijot; otherwise, the Bill of
Lint 'or Divorce, heretofore filed
sill be taken as confessed by
,1 at Miami. Flmda, thin the
v of November, IMS.
K. 11 LEATHERMAN
Clerk "' the Circuit Court,
Dad* County, Horlda.
fc",CX,SWM> W. STOCKING
Deputy clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE MlHEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l.uslnesN under the fictitious name of
B1SCAYNE N-OVKI.TY & SOFVE.NIR
CO BI8CAYNE NOVELTY CO
BIBCATNE SOUVENIR CO iji'i
N. E 2nd Aye.. ML.ml, Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clark of
the circuit Court of Dade County
Florida. "
SHERRY
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for A|ipllcant
I] I Plasa Bl.lg.
11/16-23-80,12/7
Ml'i. CO., INC.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .linage in
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY S SHOE RBBLILDERH at
glO th Street. Miami Reach, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. "
11/1C-23-30 12/7
HARRY CABER,
Sole Owner
|.)V
A FRIEDMAN
1...UI 1'Jdg.
Florida.
fg-lt 1- 7_____________________
TOBDER OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN
NtERY
irIAlf LEVENSON,
t'i.iintiff,
LKVKNSoX.
lfei(liit.
|MUJ*K LKVKNSON
Uetiox Road
Brwki>n. Sew York
i are hereb) notiflad that a Com-
k- j"or IHvon hag baan filed
jtA ;. mi 'and you are hereby re-
opy of your Answer
iCoqtpbtuil For Divorce on Plain-
kttornV.i and Ilia the original
r In the office of the dent of the
lit Court "ii or before the 19th
: i..... I95S; otharariaa the
f.itions of said Hill of Complaint
bt taken as confessed ; gainst
|tted this Mli day of November,
K. 1! I. EATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) It H RICE, JR.
Deputy clerk
UANOPF WALLER
troeyi for Plaintiff
I I "In Road | '
|ml Beai h. Florida
fr8-M 12/7 _______
NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOLERO BAR at 1321 No. Miami Ave.,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
A.NGKIi) ELARDO,
Sole Owner
KESSLER & OARS'
Attorneys for Applicant
l!X SW 1st St.
11/16-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HKKKHY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
IlKivri.r,';.' ,','" "rtHloua name of
oil' DBRE APARTMENTS al 76SS
."''*"."* A V." M,',n'1 ,!-<-h. Intend to
ftPSE ""l*1 5*nw wi,h ""' Ckrt of
the Circuit court of bad
Florida.
County,
IAVH> COHEN
. .... LOTTIE COHEN
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Ai,tor*,y ,'or Applicants
421 Lincoln Road
11 '$-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ir^V.eT'V* "EUEBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ,he fictitious name of
I. A- H KIMW, Court, North Miami. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit ( ourt of bade County, Florida.
JOHN LEACH
HARRY It SCHWARTZ.
__ a Joint venture
THEODORE A. NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
I Lincoln Road
11/2-9-1B-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SENATOR BAR at 170K \\\ Klagler
St., Miami. Fla.. Intends to register
said name lth the Clerk of the fir.
cult Court .of Dade County, flnrlda.
THOMAS C
Sole Owner
KESSLER OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
19SX SW 1st St.
II/16-23-30 72'7
KOENIC,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL PATIO K ILNITIRE at 27..".
Blacayne Blvd., intend to register said
natiie with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Horlda.
HERMAN A- SARA BLOOM
ll/2-9-lS-:'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
aa^af PJ5?UC5 *not ,nr> at
pal Flagler St.. Miami, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I'ETER A. VANCE
ANTHONY J, MANZO
.,,._ FRANK NAVILIO
KESS1.ER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
l?M W. Flagler St.
11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
B. A B. PRODCCE at 1452 N. W. 11 th
Avenue. Miami, Horlda, Intends to
register "aid name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
DAWSON J. IlROWN
WEl.NKLE KESSLER
Ml Reybold Blda;., Miami
Attorn, v for applicant,
Dawson J. Broun
ii t--i6-a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the understtned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HISS MEAT MARKET at 16700 N. E.
19th Avenue, North Miami Beach. Ha..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
RUSSELL C. ROBIDOUX
Bole < >wner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attornaya for Registrant
2:l"3 West Hajtler Street
Miami, Florida
ll/2-:.-i.2:i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF.
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, PLOR.DA. IN
CHANCERY NO. 195344
RAYMOND ROGERS.
Plaintiff ,
vs
EMMA N ROOTERS,
I >cfendant
TO: EMMA V ROCER8
64.il "4th Avenue
'llendale
Qileens. New York
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
01 Pleading to the Complaint on
Plaintiffs Attorney. JOSEPH PAR-
IK), 421 Plaza Building, Miami. Hor-
lda. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the Clerk's Office on or
before the 3rd day of December, 1956.
If you fall to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint.
DATED this 2f.th day of October.
1956.
.' 1k. LEATHERsYAN
OWrk of the Circs*/ Court
By L. A. OLEARE
Deputy Clerk
11/2-9-18-23
LEGAL NOTICi
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
nnd.rsiKiifil, desiring to engage In
Ben under th,- fictitious name of
* J at 71" Professional Bldg.,
nl 3J. Fla., intends to register
name with th,. Clerk of the Clr-
Cuurt of Bade County, Florida.
.. MICHAEL PPa*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"TICK IS HKKKHY GIVEN that
laaderalgned, desiring to etiKai:.- in
indsi the fictitious name of
ARTHCR MEAT PKODI-OTS
*ie County, Fla., Intenda to rag-
mm nan. with the Cleric 'if the
"'Court '< Dade County,' Horlda.
,^'iin i:\ssm.\n. Sole Otrnar
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 19&857
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIROINIA LEWIS,
Plaintiff,
va.
JOHN l>. LEWIS,
1 fendant.
TO: JOHN D. LEWIS
8 Park Terrace
Arlington, Mass.
You JOHN I). 1JCWIS are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. ARONOVITZ ARONO-
VITZ. 748 Seybobl Bldg.. Miami. Ha.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the four-
teenth (14th) day of December, 1956.
If yon fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH EUiHIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Horlda. this 13th day of November,
AD. 1R6.
K B. I.EATHKHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: wm w STOCKING
Deputy Cl,.rk
ARONOVITV, ARONOVITZ
718 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ll/l-2.1-:iu |] v
Offering
only
THE VERY BEST
SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
Pinks
HEALTH RESORT
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY 195645
MART B, KROTKI,
Plaintiff,
v a
LAWRENCE J. KROTKI,
I >efend.int.
TO: LAWRENCE .1. KROTKI
346 jn Street
Brooklyn, New York
You arc hereby notified that a Com-
plaint For Divorce has bean filed
against you and you are hereby re-
imlreil to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint For Divorce on
Plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal Answer in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
7th day of December, if.'.ii: otherwise,
tne allegations of said Complaint For
Divorce will .be taken as confessed
against vou.
DATED this .ith day of November,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE MASIN COMPANY at Dade
County. Ha., Intends to register said
name with the fTlerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Horlda.
MOI.I.IE MASIN.
Sole owner
11/16-23-110 U77
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NJOTICJ5 IS HEREBY OIVEN that.
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnesa under the fictitious name of
MA PRICE CAMERA SHOP at 812
BIBCATNE BLVD. MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
County, Florida,
MAURICE REINIE
SI V.ANNE REINIE
ARNOLD KLOME
Attorney for Maurice Reinie
Suxanne Reinie. his wife
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY NO. JB5335
THEODORE MOSES
Plaintiff,
vs.
RCTII MOSES
Defendant.
TO: RI'TH MOSES
411 Nentune Blvd.
Long Beach, N.Y.
You arc reOJUlrad 10 serve a copy if
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in -u
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of I>ecemher.
AD. 1!'.",6: otherwise, the BHI_of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Horlda. this the
13th day of November. 1>5*.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Horlda.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Plaintiff's Solicitor: .., ,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Sevbold Bldg.
Miami. Horlda.
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'oTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagta "
hilslness under the fictitious name of
PLAYBOY Off" AH \MI at ti"l N. E. 1st
I Avenue, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cowl Of
Dada Countv. Florida.
A 1.1 IN M A NI 'EACTI' I! I NO
CORPORATION
A Florida Corp.
MILTON A KRIEDM \N
Attorney for Applicant
ft v 1,. .1.1 Bldg,
11/9-16-23-30
19.-.6.
KOMMEL
Attorneys
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Ha.
11/9-16-23-30
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
by R H. RICE, JR.
Deputy Clerk
& ROGERS
for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OOLnEN lil.ADES Bl'NOCO at IM
N. H. 167th St., Vorth Miami 1:
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida
ALEX WEINSTGCK
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NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business nuclei the fictitious name of
THE \I.\N COMPANY at 111 71st
Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Inti ndi
to register said name with the Clerk
of th.- Circuit Court of Dada County,
Florida. Ids
JOSEPH Al'l'lEHAIM
SEYMOUR B LIEBMAN Esquire
Attorney for Joseph Applebaum
fill". Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach. Florida
:n 12/7-M
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20721 Acts of 1941
File A-19292
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
N JAY FINCKE. holder nt County Tax
Sale Certificate No 4SS4 Issued the 1st
day of June, A.D. MM, has filed game
In my Office, and has made application
for a t:i x deed to be issued thereon.
said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described properts in the County
of Dade, siatc of Florida, to-wlt:
Triangular Portion Lot 7 Lying si'. Iv
gtate u \v per I'll 50-R9 Block IS,
Town of Perrlne Plal Book B, Page
T'i Section :'.:'. Township 55 South,
Range 10 Baet, In the Count) of i mm,
gtati "i Florida
|-|,,. IHsessmenl of Mid property nn-
,ier the said certificate was In the
name of O. WATSON BOOZER \V-
.IIAMI'A ,
r,.!, u m ,i certificate shall be ra-
, ,i Recording to law, the proi
H,ed hi rein will i"- sold t" the
htgjieal i,eid.r .,i the Courl House door
nn the first Monday In the month ot
,,., .,,! :. ISSS, Whll Ii is the Ird day
Dai.,i this '.i-t dav lober, ISM.
K H LEATHERJH \N.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I i.nif i "ounty, Mm Ida
Circuit Court Baal
\-.\ s. s. MOORE, D.C.
n it-a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
I uslness under the fictitious name of
AAA MORTOAQE SERVICE, A & A
MORTOAOE service. A & A
WORLD MORTOAOE SERVICE nt
L'n S. E. Ird Avenue intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
IRVINE C. SPEAR
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlne to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CREATIVE METAL CRAFTS at Mi-
ami Beach, Fla. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
REN Yo.MKN
MARGARET YOMEN
WENDY SOLAR
BPRNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicants
42ft Lincoln Road
ll/9-lfi-2:i-30
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
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NOTICE IS HEREBY c.iVEN that
\-J\Y PINCKE hold.-i of Countv lav
<\\o' Certificate No. 6044 issued the
it&d^Tof May. *-, h^ fil"'
same I" my office, and has made ap-
pHcatlon for a tav deed to be Issued
thereon. Bald Certificate embraces the
following property
in the County of
Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt:
lit II Block 3. South Perrlne. Plat
Booh M. Page 66. in the County of
Psde, state of Kim Ida.
the
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f
ii^.MMdmVa^.heVour, House door
;t:';:;l:;-v^r,whic,:i,v,j'-d'a.;v
Clark ol circuit Court,
,ie i 'ounty, Florida
Circuit Couo Seal M(!K (,
IN THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 195716
RERTHA HELEN RIAMIE
TR A NTH AM,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD S. TKANTIIAM,
I defendant.
T< I: All Intel eated Per lone
Vou are required to serve a "opv of
your answer on HERMAN COHEN,
1303 Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla., and
file the original In the office of the
on or before Dec, :". ISM and
before Judge Vann al hla i filce
.,n 9 00 A.M., Dec. IS, 1131 tnd sh< w
a why the plain'.if f's petition to
establish a losl one ta ige should not
be granted, oi said petition iii be taa-
, a ... ponresaed bj yiu.
11 ited thia :'iii daj of Novemlx r,

1-. P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the ciri ull C >u-t
B) WM. W STOCKING
Deput) Clark
ll 14-11- 10 II 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME. LAW
NOTICE IS HERBUY GIVEN th^t
the undersigned, desiring to engaae in
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S DELICACY MHOPPE at 2Sf
S. W. L'L'nd St., Miami. Fla.. intend
to register said name with the Cleric
f the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACK PENSKY, Sole Owner
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Applicant
421 Plaza Hide
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
CHANCERY, NO.
are
Com-
filed
COUNTY, IN
194049-F
OEOROE HOPKINS,
Plaintiff
VIOLET HOPKINS.
I -fendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: VIOLET HOPKINS
Resilience I'nknown
You VIOLET HOPKINS
hereby notified that a BUI of
plaint for Divorce has been
against you. and you are required to
serve a copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, HEN BS8BN,
EWQ.. 1014 Seyhold lildg.. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day Of December. 19r>6. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of November,
A. D. ISM.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
tMerk, Circuit Court,
Datle County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
i:> M. C. GREEN
l>eputy Clerk.
11/9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
AND FOR DADE
CHANCERY, NO.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY OIVEN that
ti... undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KINO COMMERCIAL PRINTING at
hole Countv. Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRED K six .cm;.
ETHEL SHOCHET
11/2-8-16-23
FLORIDA, IN
COUNTY, IN
195707
FREDERICK J. GREENFIELD,
Plaintiff
DOR< >THY OREENFIELD,
i', fendaat
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Id DOROTHY O, KEEN FIELD
.2 L'nlon Place
ii. mpstead, Long island
New York
YOU DOROTHY GREENFIELD ara
hereby notllled that a Hill of Com-
plain! for lucre- has been filed
against you, and you ara required to
a copj '( youi \i swet or Plead-
ing t.i the Bill uf Complaint or
Plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
ESQ., I014 Reybold lildg.. Miami. Flor-
ida, and Hie the original Answer or
Plendlna in the off..... of the Clerk "f
the < in aii Court on or before the
luth day of December, i:>.". if rou
fail to do so. judgment by default Will
be taken against vou for the relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of November,
A. D. 1SS6.
E. P.. l.KATHKRMAN.
(Mark, Circuit Court,
Dude County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
|) M. C. GREEN
I icputy Clerk.
11/9-16-23-30
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Thanksgiving meant cause for much thanks,
indeed, at the Stanley C. Myers home on Granada
Guests of honor at the stellar affair were
Mr. and Mr*. Mendel Scheinberg, 850 SW 13th ct.
Martha's parents marked their golden wedding an-
w niversary on that day .
lohtinbarfls were married in New York City November
l came to Miami a dozen years later. Mendel was active
and civic affairs here until his retirement back in
and son-in-law Stanley, just back from Toronto, where
[iLia CJFWF Assembly, joined wife Martha and other
rof the family to wish the couple well .
en present included Dr. and Mrs. Periti Scheinberg
[noted Miami neurologist Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scheinberg
(and Mrs. Hilliard Clein, all of this area. g
ture daughters-in-law were feted Monday by Mrs. Perry
,i a pre nuptial luncheon in the Algiers hotel .
jets of honor were Saundra Dobbin and Eleanor Kane. In-
rElesnor's mother from Boston, some 50 friends and rela-
ended the Rubaiyat room function .
ndra is the daughter of the Henry Dubbins and will be
ion Feb. 2 to Richard Parker .
iile Elaanor, exactly one month later on Mar. 2 will
jthe wife of Richard's brother, Devid. Her parents are the
tines, and she attends the University of Miami .
[nee David is a graduate of the same school, holding a
fin Business Administration .
Indn, to make everything complete, is also a student at
|o( If, Futtire husband Richard is an attorney, presently
at McDillon Air Force Base in Tampa.
taking of bridal matters, a shower will be held for Miss
[Steinberg on Friday ...
fcte.-c- are Miss Helen. Airman and Miss Sondra Wagner
i'i home. 3881 NW 1st st., Miami .
dding dale is Dec. 23 and Sandra's fiance is Robert Drob-
lingerie shower will be atttended by members of Sigma
ii, of which Sandra is an alumnae.
ppincss reigns supreme in the Harold Turk home these days
[for good reasons .
lighter Cornelia has just celebrated her 16th birthday with
on for 35 guests at the Delano hotel .
to be outdone. Stella and Harold marked their 18th wed-
iniversary at a dinner in the Fontainebleau .
jrnelia is a Beach High student.
p. and Mrs. Murray Friedman are back at their 290 N. Hibis-
1 home and glad they are about it, too .
Lr visiting Hawaii, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Siam, Turkey
kistan. the Friedmam arrived in Israel just in time to be
|ted by the U.S. government at the advent of the Near
risis...
1 Friedmans were flown out of Israel in an Army transport,
kg in Athens and then Rome. The remainder of the trip to
fork wa> also by plane.
fs a boy for Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Heim, of Flagler-Granada
I Community (enter .
tphen Henry was born Nov. 18 at Doctors hospital in Coral
(.and his birth will be marked at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Center,
v. Abraham Seif officiating .
be new arrival will be blessed in a ceremony by Rabbi Irving
n before what is expected to be a "packed house" of
(d note is that there are no grandparents, with Rabbi Heim's
Henry Heim, having died in Auschwitz concentration
a.
be boy's first name commemorates the memory of .Fern's
I Stephen Rothstein .
Jodparents at the Sunday celebration will be Rabbi Heim's
(and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. David Iseenberg, of Miami.
will be a 50th wedding anniversary for Leah and Oscar
, of 8200 Byron ave____
pmily from St. Louis will join the Leonards next Thursday
* quiet event.
>>>
[Ji advance gift to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen. 433 SW 17th
fho celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Tuesday, was
fof the arrival of their first grandchild born Nov. 20 .
pents are Mr. and Mrs. Alan Keseler, of Jacksonville. She's
Rer Marsha Leo Rosen, of this city. Mrs. Augusta Kessler is
T' grandmother, also of Miami .
'"V. incidentally, is on the counselling staff of Mount Nebo.
"atehne Atlantic City, N.J., story last week reveals a link
en stomach cancer and exposure to iron dust. One of the
smJ! making the announcement was Dr. Morton Levin.
.11 oh commiss'oner of New York State and director of
'(ik MpmoriaI Institute in Buffalo, NY. ... Dr. Morton
wr of Jewish Floridian book reviewer Hilary Mindlin, of
cables.
rheiv *
E\' no,hin>? I'ke getting the children's birthday celebrated
U* t,me- ^cording to the Harry C. Geigers. 311 W. 59th St.,
*liar,tSl3*r*ldi"*' 4' *"d e'8ht-month-ld H*rry C Jr" WCrC
***' a Hialeah Citizens Federal staffer.
iChrt fcDr' Abr*ham Wetfson will wish him well on his
ih.. y Sunday afternoon at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
I* funded many years ago ...
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M'am-^ Florida, Friday, November 23, 1956
Section B
Highly successful Sponsors of Israel tea is reviewed at Shepard
Broad home by (left to right) Mrs. Broad, Miss Orna Porat and
Mrs. Samuel Rost. Mrs. Broad was hostess to first lady of
Israeli stage, and Mrs. Rost is president of Greater Miami
chapter of Sponsors of Israel. Sponsors are women who pur-
chase at least SI,000 in State of Israel Bonds this year. More
than 537,000 was raised by Miami women during two-day
visit of Miss Porat last week.
MRS. BEKNAKD STEVENS
life, Work of Rachmanino'if
Topics of Thursday Meeting
University of Miami faculty
member Edward Clarke will dis-
cuss "The Life and Work of Rach-
maninoff Thursday morning, Nov.
29.
Site of the 10:45 a.m. talk is
Miami Woman's club. 1737 N. Bay-
shore dr. George Roth, of the UM
music department, will plav four
Rachmaninoff keyboard works.
Religion, Schools
Conference Topic
Here Thursday
"Let's Talk it Over in Buzz Ses-
sions" will be the order of the dav
at the annual fall meeting of the
Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade and Broward
Counties on Thursday. Nov. 29, in
the Roney Plaza hotel. Miami
Bcacn, according to Mrs. Bernard
Stevens, program vice president.
"Religion in Our Public Schools"
has been chosen as the Conference
topic for the all-day session which
will start promptly at 11 a.m. Rab-
bi Joseph Narot, of Temple Israel,
who is chairman of Hade's joint ad-
visory committee on religion in the
public schools, will be guest
speaker.
Seymour Samet, of the American
Jewish Committee. Nathan Perl-
mutter, of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, and Morris
Hoffman, of the American Jewish
Congress, have been asked to act
as discussion consultants.
"Since we expect an unusually
large attendance at this annual fall
meeting, we are asking our mem-
bers to make their reservations
early." said Mrs. Harry G. Rog-
ers, president of Conference, which
is composed of 92 affiliated organ-
izations. Reservations are being
taken by Mrs. Hahnah Cohen and
Mrs. Al Miller.
Women's Chapter
Adopts Goal Here
A goal of 150 Sponsors of Israel
for 1956 was adopted last week
at a meeting of the Greater MiaTii
chapter of Sponsors, women who
have purchased at least $1,000 in
Israel Bonds this year.
The announcement was made by
Mrs. Sam Rost. president of the
Sponsors, and Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman of the women's
division of Israel Bonds, at a tea
held in the Bay Harbor Islands
home of Mrs. Shepard Broad.
More than 25 women accented
their Sponsor's pins from Miss Orna
Porat, leading actress of the Israel
stage. They also heard from Mrs.
Miriam Fineman. national director
of the women's division.
Some 200 women turned out for
an exciting Thursday "Bond Be-
tween Us" luncheon at the Algiers
hotel. Awarding of Chen charms for
1956 and a performance by Miss
Porat were listed as program high-
lights.
Following the two affairs, mem-
bers of the women's division will
coordinate their activities with the
men to assure the success of the
Dec. 3 dinner honoring Golda
Meir and the Dec. 20 "Salute to
Israel" with Ambassador Abba
Eban.
At the Chen luncheon, three
women received their 12th Chen
charm, indicating their purchase or
sale of $30,000 in Israel Bonds.
Those receiving the gold awards
from Miss Porat were Mrs. Nathan
Bookspan. Mrs. Abraham Kasow
and Mrs. Miriam Press.
They joined Mrs. Samuel Brody.
Mrs. Sarah Czech. Mrs. Frances
Rubin and Mrs. Louis Glasser as
the only women in Greater Miami
to have completed their charm
brackets.
Mrs. Mayshie Friedberg received
her 11th charm, and Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, Mrs. Jacob Fishman and
Mrs. Lena Mintzes got their 10th
charms.
The two-day women's activity re-
sulted in a sale of $37,000 in Is-
rael Bonds, and brought the year's
total of the women's division to
S232.000 of the $675,000 through
last Thursday.
Later sales this week sent the
community total of bond sales to
S712.OO0 towards the $1,000,000
goal, according to chairman Jacob
Sher.
Chanuka Seminar On Beach Sunday
group will make its debut on the
program Sunday night. Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag, musical director, is in
charge.
Yiddish sequences of
A Chaunka festival, which in-
cludes a seminar, community sing-
ing, demonstrations of Chanuka
ceremonies and decorations, ani
holidav foods, is in store
Robinsons to Host
Cherrick Reception
Prominent community and social
leaders Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robin-
son will be hosts at a reception
Tuesday evening, Dec. 4, in the
Algiers hotel.
The Robinsons' guests will be
members of the Greater Miami
chapter, American Friends of the
Hebrew University, gathered t3
honor Dr. Bernard Cherrick, direc-
tor general of the Hebrew Uni-
versity at Jerusalem.
Dr. Cherrick will discuss the an-
thropologic and historic impact of
the discovery of the Dead Sea
Scrolls.
Assisting Mrs. Robinson as host
ess at the affair will he the Mes-
dames Samuel Sapiro, Herbert Sha-
special holiday foocis. is in j- written by Cantor Berele piro, Philip Gottlieb, Ehiel Lesowo-
for members of Hebrew ** y Academy parent and can- der. Harold Thurman, David Pro-
PTA Sunday evening in the Aca- ^ ^^ ^^ gnd
emy auditorium. ^^ J'^ Coneregation. Continuity is by Al-
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Feature of the festival will be a
skit "The Secret Weapon." written
and performed by parents and
teachers of the PTA and dancing
group, consisting of Academy grad-
uates Sara Gill, Dorothy Naness
and Adinah Stadlan.
Mr*. Herman Berk, program
chairman, said that the choral
fred Cosman, instructor at the
Academy and teacher representa-
tive to the PTA.
Part of the seminar will include
a description of Chanuka foods,
delicacies and Jewish customs and
ceremonies. Under the direction of
Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer. Mrs. Philip
Weiss will be in charge of the eve-
ning's refreshments.
The Mesdames Jacoh Fishman,
Saul Ashkenazy. Harold Jaffer, Eva
Schacht, Berthold Friedl, Anna
Brenner Meyers, Herman M. Cohen
and Joseph Shawmut.
Center Marks Festival
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center will hold a Chanuka latke
party Sunday evening, Dec. 2.
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HERE'S A TIP FOR THE HOLIDAY:
Chanuka Means Home Festoons Phis
Special Delicacies Like 'Komishbrodt'
Make this Chanuka (he happiest
and merriest holiday week of the
reason for young and old. Decorate
the living room to your heart's
content, with festoons of gaily col
ored paoer chains the children can
make, flowers and fruits of the
season, hang banners with "A Hap
py Chanuka" around, and don't for-
get to polish up the Mcnorah for
the lights.
An excellent recipe is "good, old-
fashioned Komishbrodt." It is a
favorite with tea. coffee, cider or
wine.
Holiday Komithbrodt
(also called Mandelbrodt)
1 cup sugar
2 3 cup vegetable shortening
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla or 4 cup
almond flavoring
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
l'i cups slivered blanched
almonds
(ream sugar and shortening and
add one eg at a time, continuing
to beat after each addition till
smooth. Add flavoring, stirring
well. Sift together flour, baking
powder and salt and stir into the
creamed mixture till smooth. Di-
vide dough into three parts for
easy handling. Roll out each on a
lightly floured board, sprinkle with
almonds, roll up and place on a
greased baking pan. Place the
next two rolls in. allowing a little
~pace between for expansion. Brush
the tops with a little sugar and
water mixture, or sweetened fruit
juice, for a glaze, and bake 30 to 35
minutes at 375* or till lightly
browned. Cut into diagonal or
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Chanuka. a holiday of joy and
pleasure for adults as well as chil-
dren, will soon be here. There
will be celebrations, parties, fes-
tive dinners, plays and other forms
of recreation in which the entire
family will participate The entire
family, that is. expect the very
young, the babies They Mill be tak
ing an afternoon nap as usual, go-
ing to bed at the usual hour, and
missing all the fun.
There is one way. however, in
which they can at least to some
extent partake of the holiday fun
This is to serve them "Junket"
Rennet Custard. It is the most de-
lightful dessert your babies have
ever tasted. Made of delicious and
nutritious rennet powder and milk,
it is not merely a wholesome and j
health-giving food, but a most zest-
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babies will gobble up without any |
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raspberry, vanilla, orange, lemon,
strawberry, chocolate and maple.
And it is so easy to prepare, it is
practically an instant
Needless to say. "Junket" Rennet
Custard Dewrt i- just right for
"babies" from six months to 60
years of age. In fact, it's good for
everybody and everybody loves it.
Serve "Junket" Rennet Custard
Dosert to the entire family not
onlv during Chanuka. but on any
festive occasion. It makes a most
fitting conclusion to a fine dairy
meal. "Junket" Rennet Powder is
koaher, produced under strict rab-
binical supervision. It comes in
powder form, as well as tablet
form. Get both kinds and give your
family a holiday streatST.
ravorites
straight slices an inch wide, in the
pan. while hot. Let cool. Remove
with a pancake turner, placing the
i it -ides up and return to oven
for a few minutes to toast or dry.
Or slip under broiler flame for a
few minutes, being watchful lest
they burn too rapidly. Turn to
brown if desired. These keep well
for weeks in a covered metal con-
tainer Variations can be made by
adding coconut shreds and/or bib
of chopped candied fruit to the
rolled out rectangles before rolling
up.

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1 large onion, diced
4 tablespoons schmaltz
3 single stalks celery, diced fine
4 large green pepper, diced fine
"t cup shredded raw carrot
2 cup thinly sliced fresh
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variety
3 to 3> cups grated dry
Challah or other bread
2 eggs
4 teaspoon powdered garlic
1 teaspoon salt
A dash of white pepper,
paprika and ginger
Saute diced onion in hot melted
schmaltz for 2 minutes before add-
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over moderate heat for 5 minutes.
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Phi Sitfma Siuma alumnae, with
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United Cerebral Palsy.
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Mrs. Ida Jacobs Powell, presi-
dent of Club II. will sponsor her
::rnual Chanuka banquet on Sun-
day evening. Dec 2. at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant. Mrs Powell
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Pioneer Women Here Map Festival
Of Lights Programs for Projects
V-rational training program forilit by Mr. Bernard Powell. Ar-
l-i. "li youth in the Negev will re- rangements were planned by Mrs.
ceive funds from Chanuka parties! Abraham Shedroff.
planned by the Pioneer Women of *
"Chanuka Gelt" will be riven for
children of Israel by members and
friends of the Coral Cables chapter
at their Latke party Thursday eve-
nine. Nov. 28. in the home of Mrs.
Sophie Plot km. 11 Malaga ave.
ha.- pledged to pav all expenses of chanuka games and cards will be
thj- banquet at which 200 person-
are expected
Proceeds will be used for com-
pleting and furjjntint: a ye>th vil-
lage in one of Jm: < "wW set-
tlements in tit flegev. V*hvi >
Lip-on will be guest speaker
Mrs. Minnie Shubow will be
toastmaster lira, Rae Berman will
Yiddish and Hebraic lolk
- The Chanuka candles will Iw
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*f. AND MKS. SCHtlMUKC
Scheinbergs Mark
Golden Anniversary
Mr and Mrs Mendel Scheinberg.
dentl of Miami -nice 1918. were
1 celebrate their golden wedding
\er-ary at a family Thank-
ing dinner Thursday
Host.- were their -hter. Mr and Mr- StanleyC
rs, in their Coral (".able- home
ranada blvd.
Mr Scheinberg was active in
business and civic affairs locally
I hi- retirement in 1933 He
and Mrs. Scheinberg now reside a-
S\V 13th ct.
addition to the boats
Iren present will include Dr
Mr-. Pent; Scheinberg, Mr
Mr-. Joe Scheinberg and Mr
Mrs. Hilliard Clein, all of the
> t Miami an
The Scheinbergs were married
22. 1906, In Nee Vork Citj
featured Chairman for the eve-
ning is Mrs Plctkin. a-sisted by
Mrs. Sam Cook, and Mr.-. Hare
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blr- Sam-THIenskv, prsidenT"
has completed plan- for a ChanuVa
party for Club !.{ Pioneer Vonie*
on Sunday evening. Nov. 25. at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant.
The evening'- entertainment will
Im opened hv Mr* Frames Becker.I
ins. folksoatgs. Rev. Joseph
Rranta will -peak no the meaning
of Chanuka, and Mr-. Joshua Stad ;
lin will give a Chanuka Rinding
Mrs. Henry Selflin. child rescue
chairman, is in charee of arrange-
ments Proceed- are for children in
the Maebarot.
The children of Maabar.t bene-
fited last Sunday, when the mem
ber- of Club I honored Mr and
Mr- Harry Sacks at a surprise 50th'
wedding celebration A generous
contribution was made to the child
re-cue fund by the couple

In observation ot Jewish Book
Month, the C.olda Hyerson Club
will hear Marian Sokoff review A'-
bert Mennis book. "Pillar of Salt."
at a meeting on Tuesday evening.
Nov. 27. at Congregation Beth El
Sonia Wisse. folksinger. will pres-
ent the musical portion of the pro-
gram.
This meeting will mark the ninth
birthday anniversary of the Golda
Myerson Club Mrs Rebecca I-hlon
i- cultural chairman for the club
MKS. IDA JACOBS
Special Chanuka
Program Stated
Aguduth Israel Hebrew Institute
Sisterhood will mark the advent of
Chanuka with a program Wednes-
day evening at the synagogue, 7801
Carly le ave. .
Mrs. Bertha Groudan, Sisterhood
president, said that Mrs. Leah Fine
will be chairmap of the observance.
First vice president. Mrs. Hannah
Berger. will recite the.eandle bless-
ings. Mrs. l.illie Blaaer. recording
secretary, will lead "" community
sinking.
Zita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Novick> and Bonny daugh
am Hat
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Mrs K-talle NovUfJt, correspond-
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member 23, 1956
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S Hadassah Will Mark Chanuka
a Senesch group of Hadas
hold a Chanuka member-
2 Monday afternoon, Dec
P Shelborne hotel. Mrs. Jack
iT*redent of the group
ol the holiday, Mrs. Is-
real Reich, wife of Cantor Reich of
Temple Emanu-EI, will offer the
invocation and bless the Chanuka
candles.
Tribute to Hadassah women will
be dramatized in a reading, "Come
be the Growers," with accompany-
ing vocal solos by Mrs. Ben Lond
and a musical arrangement by Mis
Anyuta Melicov.
Mrs. Joseph Kciser, vice presi-
dent and membership chairman,
will have the following committee:
program. Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff;
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hostesses, Mrs. Herman Reiss; dec-
orations, Mrs. Lillian. Atlass; .reg-
istration, Mrs. George Feuer and
Mrs. Abe Singer.
Hostesses for the occasion are
the Mesdames Bea Davidson, Sadie
Collegmen, Ann Slome, Isadore
Lorber, Ray Rubenstein, Minnie
Sisterhood in Meeting
Sisterhood of North Shore Jew-
ish Center held a meeting Wedes-
day noon at the Center. *
Granick. George Feuer, Edward
Halofcenter", Joseph Reiser and
William Feuer.

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MM. MAX DAVIS
'Violet Davis Day'
Fetes BB President
Au'le! Davil Day" will honor
Mrs. m.i\ Davis, president oi Mi-
ami Brach chapter of B'nai B'rith
v. men.
ivt eers. board ol director! and
irfmhiT> of the chapter arc hon-
- Davis "in recognition of
the tremendous accomplishmon--
i! this outstanding personality."
she will be named "Woman of
Valor'" on the day dedicated in
her honor, Thursday, Nov 29. in
n ceremonies at the home of
Esther Lerman, 721 8ih it .
ni Beach llrs Lerman Is chap-
ter I hip chairman and vice
lent
Eli Ueberman, lira Ben-
jamin Reich Harrj Kelt?
\ y."
Mrs. Helen Sanders and Mr- B n
' chapt presidents,
will p.mr. with the MesdamtJ Ida
I tner, Muriel Hirch Pick. Wol-
u. Mayor Ahranwwitz. Sol
Goldstrom, Harold Shapiro, Benja-
n in Rimer and Herman Leibowitz
; hoste -i -
City of Hope Funds
For Research Work
Luncheon an'. party will
at the h
Mrs. Pa; Stempie 2984 s\\" nth
Miami.
- from the social affair
are for the City of Hope, national
med.cal center for research in can-
or. leukemia, tubereuloail and
heart disease.
p i badly needed to Mi-
tain the program-, of the City of
Mr- Stempie explained
here "Participation in the work of
our Miami chapter will help
achieve that end "
Co-chairmen of the Monday noon
function are Mrs S. Weiner. Mrs.
A. Chernin and Mrs. M. Augu-t
Mrs. Rose Pertes is pre-ident.
Camp Pinewood
Honor Council
In Local Meet
Camp Pinewoud nonor Council i
held a luncheon meeting here to
discuss pians lor ine lo7 Camp
Mason. Judy Gordon, Honor
Council president, cnaired tne;
meeting held at Pickin Chicken.
A onei address ol welcome was
made by Dr. uonald Micheison, co-'
director. Other Camp Pinewood di-
rectors who attenued were Mrs. Eli;
Meiuer and Mrs. Donald Michel-
.-on. Also present were Mrs. Louis
Goldberg, staff member, and Mrs
belma nayden. Honor council ad-
\i.-or and director 01 girls at Camp
Pinewood.
Honor Council members present
were Bonnie oreen, Joel uokson,
David Mine. Geraidme Kline, Sha-
ron GhcKmin, Judy Sockloif. Deb-
b> Muriel.-oii, David Micheison,
ftiyraa Mirow, Ka> Lobel, Natalie
Pried, Susan Jacoo-on, Harvey Ja-
cooson. I'ameia Grossman, Loretta
Kaaoe> Sandra Meiuer, Harvey
Meiuei, Slier} 1 Gold. Marsha Sett,
Joel Kau, Mike Kuvin, Neil Beck-
erman, Kichard Melker and Spike
Von iCanUt. i
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iBuh^/fofw)
i'$ Auxiliary
lule Luncheon
i Miami Women's Auxil-
LM"-h Home for the
fho'd luncheon me.t.ng
K hotel Tuesday noon.
Cibaum is charge of
Korris Skop, of Temple
ISmpresent a talk on
four Troubles Away.
I Jacob Malek will present
| program accompanjed on
hyHy i'1
I silverman. president.
fanuka party to be held at
[Gardens Sunday, Dec. 2
will he presented
rimut Troup 498 under the
In of Mrs. El' Meltzer and
trt Jackson. Mrs. George
[dramatic singer, will also
Shore Vets
Iturday Show
L a state-wide member-
C North Shore Post 6771
es' Auxiliary will hold aj
membership dance and |
[Saturday night at the Bal-
Mel.
Carmichael is master of,
|es for the show, which
ure Frank Fontaine, well
! and radio headliner: an
of dancing by the team
jand Novello; and dancing
Sumo "\ Sunny Kendis and
lstra.
|S. Koch is commander of
I and Mrs Max I-eVine is
, of the auxiliary. In
information is Sid Kahn,
lion Will Meet
bn of oft kits and a report
lational convention of the
(ion Organization held re-
Lakewood. N.J., are on
Dda when the local Poale
anch meets Monday eve-
ob Rear-en will preside at
ling in the Mi.-tadrut office,
oln rd.
Children of Temple Emanu-El nursery school classes on hip to
Miami Beach Fire Department as part of community safety
project. Lt. W. S. Cornelius greets children and explains proper
methods for using equipment. Top row (left to right) are Freddie
Weitz, Helen Ruby, and Andrew Sweet. Middle row (left to
right) are Martha Yavers, Gayla Gordon, Shari Pollack, Lynn
Klosz, Helen Kaplan, Nancy Lichter, Frankie Horowitz, Moishe
Sukenick, Steven Lechtner, Dawn Margolies, Jeffrey Morgan,
and Page Pleet. Bottom are Lt. Cornelius with department
mascot Blackie, Ieleen Glaubman, Nancy Berk, Ricky Sures.
Dory Gross, .Brian Giller, Jeffrey Worth, Brian M. Reich. Judy
Mounty and Ralph Mizrachi. ______^^
Women's Division of Chamber of Commerce
of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Is-
lands meet at Balmoral hotel to sign new char-
ter. Left to right are Jack Pathman, past presi-
dent of Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Jim Kelly,
wife of Chamber's president; Mrs. S. D. Cypes,
recording secretary; Mrs. Lillian Smith, vice-
president; Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, vice
president; Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, presi-
dent; Mrs. Arthur Rieck, parliamentarian; Mrs.
Albert Ungerfjuhler, vice president; Mrs. Morris
Alexrod and Mrs. M. Levine, meeting co-chair-
men. Second row are Jim Kelley, Chamber
president. Mrs. Beulah Butler, vice president;
Mrs. George Valentine, vice president; Mrs.
Alex Dellerson and Mrs. Robert Morin, secre-
taries. Not shown are Mrs. Mercedes Nichol-
son, Mrs. B. Newman aryd Miss Rose White.
Some 200 women attended affair of organiza-
tion formed last May.
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Wednesday announced the opening
of their new law offices at 1998
SW 1st St., Miami. Leon A. Roth
and Joseph Robbins are associates
of the Kessler and Gars law
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Sn ^MitzvdU

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Phillips,
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Mia. Arl
Gerald L'
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Open House Will
Fete Bar Mitzvah
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Oeiff. 7400 S\V 68th st.. will be
< me Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Nov. 24 at Beth David C'ongrega
Horn,
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of
Guest of Honor
And Bar Mitzvah
Or. '^:r.o Day
Brace AWi-n F*Bri became Bar
I tirda.v. Nov. 10. at
the \' wth wish Center. He
Is the of Dr ind Mrs Ben L.
Fabric 750K West Treasure dr.
Rabbi M.i.wr Abr.imowitz and
Cantor Edward Klein officiated. A
reception was held ;it the Fabric
home on Sunday. Nov 11.
Bruce ha* been one ol the toad
ers of the junior congregation
semng in many capacities for the
past five years. He has also writ-
ten and conducted religious sen-
ices at the Indian Mound Boy Scout
Camp in Wisconsin for the past
few summers.
Bruce, who is a lAte Scout, is
senior patrol leader of Troop 6 at
the (.'enter. He serves as den chief
for Cub Scouts on Treasure Island.
He is a member of the Nautilus
Junior High School Band.
United Synagogue Youth held a
dinner Nov. 10 at the Center, when
Bruce was inducted into the organ
ization and was also guest of honor.
The I'SY group participated in
the entire Bar Mitzvah service.-
with prayers. songs and tennooi
Temple Zion Site
Of Bar Mitzvah
"i.iv morning sSTVtaM at
Temple Zion will include the Bar
Vit rvah >>( Daniel PrSfMi ,
He i~ the no of Mr. and Mrs
Howard Praaaa, 62:<6 s\v <*th -t
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciate.
Daniel li an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami .himor High
and attends Temple Zion religious
ebool.
Out-of-town guests will include
nil grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Har-
ry Miller, Brooklyn, N Y
AlAH STUMUHIM
Akin WiU be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
A Ion. non of Mr. and Mrs. Lav-
ish Sternshein, 1128 SW 21st ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Sabbath morning services at Beth
David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
ficiate, with Cantor William Lipson
rendering the musical portions of
the liturgy.
The Sternsheins will be hosts at
the Kiddush following the service.
Alan is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High School
and has been a Hebrew student for
five years. He is an active partici
pant in the Beth David teenage
service and breakfast and pls*l m
the Shenandoah school band.
Out-of-town guests will be Alan's
grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Morris
Strrn-hein. and Nathan Handwerk-
er.aall from Brooklyn. N. Y.
Ira J. Newman, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey K. Newman.
325 Fairway dr., Miami Beach
will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
Nov. 24, at Temple Emanu-
El. Ira ia an eighth grade etu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
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DAVID GtttFf
f' rendering the musical portion
i the service.
David is a ninth grade tudent at
moor School. Coral Gables He
; tepared for his Bar Mitzvah:
through the private tutoring of:
1 uis (iadon. of the Beth David!
M'hool faculty
Following the services, there wi'l
be a Kiddush for the Bar Mitzvah!
m the auditorium On Sunday a re-'
rrption and open house in his hon-'
or will be held at his home
Is Bar Mitzvah
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Jacobson. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning at North
Dade Jewish Center. Rabbi Henry
Okolica will officiate.
Steven's parents were among the
founders of the North Dade con-
gregation over eight years ago. and
both were among original teachers
in the Sunday school.
Steven has attended the Popiel
religious school since it> founding.
and i- a student at North Miami
Junior High.
Lecture Series
Scheduled Here
A novel feature of lecture pro-
graming is being sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education in co-
operation with the men's clubs of
Temple Emanu-El. Temple Beth
Sholom, Temple Judea and Temple
Israel.
During Jewish Book Month. Leo
Schwarz, noted author and ant hoi
ogkft, will speak on "Ideas in
Search for a Home" Thursday, Dec.
13. at Temple Emanu-El.
To celebrate Jewish Music
Month. Mira Gilbert will sing
global songs Thursday, Jan. 17.
1957. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Thursday. April 11. 1957. Trude
Weiss Rosmarin. editor and lectur-
er, will speak on "Jewish Suburbia"
at Temple Judea. Thursday. May
23. 1957. humorist Irving Davidson
will be at Temple Israel.
Beginning this week, tickets for
the aerlea of four lectures are avail-
able at any of these Temples.
**n
Charlee. eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Ungerleider, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-El Saturday morn-
ing. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate. Charles is an
eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
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LEGAL NOTICE
St .111 I II sea at Mr and Mrs.
Fli Katzin, 1131 102nd at. Bay
Harbor Island, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Nov.
24, at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
ficiate. Stephen, an eighth
crade student at Nautilus
junior High, is a member of
the Bar Mitzvah class of Beth
Sholom religious school.
Herbert, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Sherman. 7900
Crespi blvd., will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday moming at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Herbert is a
student in the religious school
of the Center and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Kashuk. 9133 Froude ave..
Surfside. will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. Nov. 24. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. He is in the
ninth grade at Nautilus Jun-
ior High. A reception at the
Lucerne hotel will follow.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will of
ficiate.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 1W7I
STANLEY I. WYI-r.A,
Plaintiff
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Peuuly Clerk
I-in 12'7-u ______________
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NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the iinile- -ikii-.I. dealHtiK to .111,ite In
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Sholem Lodge Plans Stellar event
For 32nd Anniversary Fete Dec. 9
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will
celebrate the 32nd anniversary of
its founding at an affair Sunday
evening, Dec. 9. in the Fontaine-
bleau hotel.
Sidney H. Palmer and Harry S.
Schwartz were Wednesday named
co-chairmen of the anniversary
event. Palmer has been a lodge
member for over 25 years, and
Schwartz is Sholem's president-
elect.
E. Albert Pallet, lodge past pres-
ident and president-elect of Dis-
trict 5, has been named master of
ceremonies for the Dec. 9 celebra-
tion. Palmer and Schwartz revealed
here that, in a brief ceremony,
Pallot will lead a tribute by mem-
bers to all past presidents of Sho-
lem Lodge, as well as to heads of
every Greater Miami lodge and
women's chapter.
Ben Novack. Fontainchleau pres-
ident, promised this week that the
La Ronde room floor show will be! o-kk* I l n
part of the Sholem Lodge anniver- K0DD""C07 MSn. in Program
sary event scheduled for the hotel's Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
Grand ballroom. ami presented a Thanksgiving pro-
Some 1,000 persons are expected sram Thursday morning over sta-
te attend, according to Stanley D. tion WCKT. Entitled "Precious
Caidin, Sholem Lodge president <;'fls" the program was written
"Upwards of 600 reservations have b>' Rabbi Myvir Ahramowitz, spirit
already been made," he said.
Bernard Newmark is in charge
of reservations. Also serving on the
committee are Robert J. Lcwison.
Frank Jaffe. Edward S. Klein and
Bernard Lieberman.
A classified business and profes
sional directory will be published
in conjunction with the celebration.
To All
Page 11 B
AJCongress Men Hear Talk On Middle last Crisis
"Our Stake in the Middle East"
was the topic guest speaker
Joseph Abclow discussed at the
November meeting of the Dade
Men's chapter of the American
Jewish Congress in the Biscayne
Terrace hotel Wednesday.
"The men's organization of
American Jewish Congress is de-
veloping a continuing series of pro
grams and activities dealing with
subjects of significant community
interest," Harry Levy, acting pres-
ident of the Congress group, said
this week.
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Members of Young Men's Division hear Eman-
uel Smith (left) outline schedule for a series of
Educational Institutes to acquaint young lead-
ers with work of Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Larry
Hoffman, Benedict Silverman, Mrs. Silverman
YOUNG MEN'S 0/VISION IN STUDY
Experiment Gives Surprising Results
How are senior citizens admitted to the Jewish Home for the
Aged? How does the Home secure funds to support its facilities? Are
residents happy in their new environment? What is the future of the
Home program in care for the aged?
These and other pertinent questions were asked and answered at
the first Institute of the Young Men's Division of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation held last week at the Jewish Home for the Aged, headed
by Institute chairman Emanuel Smith. General chairman of the Young
Men's Division is Julian Weinkie.
The first in a series of agency tours designed to "humanize" the
story' of services rendered to the community by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation featured talks by Arthur Kalian, social worker, and
Maurice Pearlstein. executive director of the Home.
A down-to-earth, practical experiment was conducted by Pearl-
stein. when he appointed members of the Young Men's group to act as
an admissions committee in a "typical" case presentation. Their job!
was to pass on the qualifications of an applicant to the Home.
Many expressed surprise and interest in the detailed analysis and
care given to the psychological and social factors affecting each ap-
plicant.
Cutler Mrs. Emanuel Smith. Mr J
Jack Emmer. Next Institute ,i *!
Greater Miami Jewish Communit,
early December.
Dr. Levine Will be Guest Speaker
At JNF Council Dinner Here Dec. 9
Dr. Harris J. Levine, national
president of Jewish National Fund,
will be guest speaker at a dinner
of Greater Miami's JNF Council
Sunday. Dec. 9, in Waldman's
Crown hotel.
Dr. Levine is chairman of the
National Administrative Council of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and has been a member of the
ZOA executive for 15 years. He is
also a member of the board of di-'
rectors of the Keren Hayesod and I
its administrative committee. Hej
was a delegate to the World Zion-
ist Congress in Jerusalem in 1951.
Dr. Levine is chief medical ex-
aminer of B'nai Zion. fraternal
body of the Zionist Organization of
America. He was elected president
of B'nai Bion in 1030. Under his
leadership. B'nai Zion established
Beach Mizrochi Women Will Hold Chanuka fete
Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organization will hold a
Chanuka latke party Sunday eve-
ning at 311 Washington ave.
Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob
Congregation spiritual leader, will
be guest speaker Program will also
include an Israeli film
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein. president,
has appointed Mesdames Joseph
Brenner, Rose Lustig, Ida Wessel.
Rose Mostow and Edna Selis as
members of the committee.
n. mmim
its own settlement K|^L
preciation of his "ocHSj|
ices." a forest of XjM]
been planted in
road leading to (hi
Kfar B'nai Zion *]
"Dr Harris J. Leva*-
a new settlement a
recently named "T
honor.
During Israel' ^*
tion in 1948. Dr Let*
man of the blood *"l*l
Mogen Dovid Adorn, )J
Cross.
Daniel Broad.
er Miami's JNF Co
nesday that Rabbi
witz. chairman of *
board of the Council
Ell, member of the n
orv board of the Jm
Fund, have revealM T
ments for the dinner
ed. including an <*
gram of fine musical
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y Launches Whirlwind Drive
o Raise Million in Next Two Weeks
. ..j intoncivr Climax of thp Hrivo mill u .__<
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[precedents tnteMlW
, i mini"" dollars in
|iw week> fr the new
fctopit"! was mapped
r luncheon meeting of
j and campaign leaders
l^hm note'
Climax of the drive will he a gala
dinner Sunday night,/Dec. 2. in
the Fleur de Lis room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel, to celebrate the
beginning of building of the new
300-bed hospital.
The initial gifts committee,. un-
is Heavy for Free Copies
ffLiebman's Noted "Peace of Mind'
-rinlv lar|'.respon<:e to
[of free r^l^of Rabb>
Lbman\*f#K* of, Mind"
fed Wednf Sav ty Morris
bnaging director of the
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
t which involves no ob-
thatsoever. has been ex-
use of the enthusiastic
I forty in Miami
of Miami Hebrew
IgUgregttion will hold a
[latka partj Sunday eve-
25. In the social hall of
egation. Chairman of the
Ers. Mollie Harrison, as-
the Mesdames Martin
m -Herman. Max Stein
I.;i:..j\:
Program
Renin. Nov. 26, PTA
jde Ju\vi>h Center will
nu.i! f'hanuka workshop
I of religious school stu-
Muuay Apfelbaum,
bairman. has prepared
W activities that will
nufca" recipes, h*o m e
|pli! explanation of the
nil*the. holiday.
reception. Levin
*one of the besJFpriil
flkicar stud-
ies of reeentyears. th<_book abw
has more^han 1.000.006* cbjri'i
print.
Perpetual care protection, guar-
anteed by a trust fund of almost
$100,000 at the First Naffonal
Bank of Miami, now insures pro-
tection forever for continued main-
tenance and beautification of
Mount Nebo. The exclusively Jew-
ish cemetery is located at'8505 NW
3rd st., less than 20-Minutes from
downtown Miami and yet m the
heart of a quiet, lu.-iqential neigh-
borhood.
Many choice locations for fam-
ily burial estates still are available.
Levine explained. More than 3,000
respected and well-known Jewish
families in Solith Florida ah-eadv
own estates at fcereW IWmlnt Nebo.
While prices remain at a low fig-
i ure, the estates continue non-asses-
j s.able, lien-proof and judgment
I proof, Levine pointed out.
"This is a family's most personal,
permanent possession," he added.
| It is a living family heritage which
j belongs to you, your children, and
1 your children's children forever.
| It is the one portion of your es-
I tate which is sacred for all time."
A. Wien, assutaejKrtl* mCXi
>ty of swelling theTtaTHX
UOM to the hospital's development
fund In the next 15 days to well
over $3,000,000. Total goal of the
tund is in excess of J4.000.000, of
which $2,600,000 has been raised.
Members of the initial gifts com-
mittee are trustees of the hospital
and members of the newly-installed
founders of Ml. Sinai hospital, com-
prising individuals who have con-
tributed a minimum of $50,000.
Wien told his committee that as
pacesetters of the campaign they
had already demonstrated their
own generosity. 'But we now have
as grMt a responsibility." fc. added,
and that is to obtain the flnanctol
support <>t other leading tusines-
and professional men in our com
| inanity."
Taking part in the meeting of the
initial gilts committee with Wien
were Sam Blank. Sam A. Gold-
' Stain, Dr. Morris Goodman. Leon
! B. Jacobs. Howard Kane. Aaron
M. Kanner. Sidney Lefcourt. S. C.
I evenson. J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph
! nick. Joseph M. Rose. Sam H. Rost.
I Dan B. Ruskin. Jacob Sher. Wm. I)
, Singer. Carl Susskind, Carl Weinkle
I and Samuel Gertner.
Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the
j Mt. Sinai hospital development
fund, heads the overall fund cam-
paign for the new hospital.
Chanuka Program Wednesday
Kindling of Chanuka candles and
j festive holiday songs will be on
I the program at a meeting of the
Miami chapter of American Jew-
l ish Congress Wednesday noon.
Nov. 28, in Koubek Center. Host-
j esses for the day will be Mrs. Tru
dy Greenbaum, Mrs. Gladys Weiss
1 and Mrs. Sadie Klein.
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
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"complete detective service"
Dial FR 1-3934
Chamber of Commerce Building
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To Our Manv friends and Patrons .
Much Happiness During the Holiday Season
HORART
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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frrs gather to map county-wide con-
id such annual event to be sponsored
rter Miami lewish Community Center,
Mlrr9 Shown are club representatives
*JJLC buildings and extension pro-
'*> met last week to set plans for this
Jfogram, which will be held at Beach
Branch. Front row (left to right) are Judi Sterl-
ing. Myrna Schwartz, Lois Millman, Josie
Wien, Jo-Ann Brodhey. Second row are Dave
Sigmond, Ted Kravitz, Gail Fund, Sue Buesh,
Marsha Horowitz, Henry Marks, Carl Sterling.
Third row are Norman Brood, Myron Nuren-
berg, Carol Levinson, Jack Brill and Bob Rubin.
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Rhone PI 4-3197
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone HI 6-9241
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5420 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI
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Phone PL 47041
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Home for Aged Will Dedicate Gus Trau Pavilion m
President Abf Kurman an- Hirsoh Mever David Phiii,^. .__._..
Kurman an- Hirsch Meyer. David Phillips andisirin
that the Jew- Kurman. Trau is a pioneer founder man I ^S'n-
President Abe
nounced Wednesday -----
ish Home for the Aged will hold of the Home and a leader in the
dedication ceremonies for the new- Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
ly completed Gus Trau Pavilion on The Trau Pavilion building corn-
Sunday. Dec. 9. at Douglas Gar- mittee was chaired by Sam Res
dm
(In- Trau. long time resident of
Greater Miami, contributed the
urn necessary tor the pavilion
ifter discussions with his son. Da-
nick, who also played a major role
man. HollywoJ
Keywell. ."
Mrs. Sonjj 1
in the design and construction "of I ?h!!^r\-e8** !
ih.. thi.n i ii i .w. .. ^rifiiir Kalish --^
the Ablin Memorial, the Home's
facility for the sick and incapaci
tated aged. Other members of the
Barney [^ u,."*"*!
l s,PWt. Davidl
*"."*in. ex4;ra
c A^hitecr^T1
Smith and Korach
and the builder .'
rid Trau, Mr. and Mrs. Baron de David B. Fleeman. co-chairmen
CJA Will Tour Center Facilities
Federal Title & Insurance Co.
I Alt'mis Sim tt *st Holiday
l.rvvtinus To Ail
1527 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
itf
HARDEMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
John V. Hardemcm and John V. Hardemcm, Jr.
6 Mantkt Auto Liability Policy
2722 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone HI 3-4607
GREETINGS TO ALL
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Fashion Mart Bldg.. 221 N.W. 1st Court
Miami
To All Season's Greetings
STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO.
1853 Weil Avenue
PHONE IE 1-0481
Miami Beach. Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
SamethPiepgras Realty Company, Inc.
REALTORS
SALES RENTALS Residential Commercial Induatrial
976 E. 25th Street
HI ALE A H
Phone TU 8-0233
To All. .. Greetings
FRANK AREYALO
FREIGHT FORWARDING
133 NX MM ftm. Ph. FR 34533
Young Men's Division of the
(Jrrater Miami Jewish Federation
will viaM the Greater Miami Jewish
i'ommunitv ("enter on Thursday
evening, Nov. 23. it has been an-
nounced hy Division chairman Ju-
lian Weinkle.
Continuing their series of Edu-
cation Institutes, the group will
tour the facilities of the Town
Teenage Group
Elects Officers
"Vivalet" is the new name of
Tifereth Israel Northside Center's
teenage group.
Members elected Wayne Rosen
president at a recent meeting. Oth-
er officers named include Jerrold
Rubin, vice president: Dorothy
Mayer, secretary; and Marion Qui-
rido. treasurer.
Officers and charter members
will be installed Dec. 7. Supervisor
to the organization is Miss Elaine
Golden.
committee were Jack Carner and he. Mrs. Sam'SeS*
Imdscaoing for^il
v *'" the tradiyj?
ff'"> for amh'
al aged laroughout.f
PaMd-,pdvSJ|
beau,-v in a motrt*;
Part.cul.rly >m*\
Florida living. The I
replace the old .
Branch and participate in a work-
shop session conducted by a panel
of experts in the field of leisure
time activities.
Greeting the group will he Mrs
Milton Sirkin. Center president
The tour will be conducted by Ef-' e old c*
["me?"6' <"CeCU,iVe d,reC,r f ,he '"^
Emanuel J Smith is chairman of
the programs and interpretation
committee. He is assisted by A
Budd Cutler and Robert Shorr.
The third Institute will be held
in mid-December." according to
Weinkle, at which time the group
will tour the facilities of the Jew-
ish Family Service.
lunds become available.''
Invitations (or tlt
ceremonies are bent i
more than 3,000 qmL-
Home and its auxilunai
er Miami and
as to leaders of th Q
Jewish community
will be Dr. Ralph
of medicine at tL,
Miami medical scbooL
N.1
Miami's Marlins Open Drive For Renewals on!
Variety Names Miamians
Harvev Fleishman, district man-
ager of Wometco Theaters, is
among Miamians last week elected
to the board of directors of Variety
club. Others include Harry Bot-
wick. Abe Allenberg. Bob Green
and Jesse Weiss.
Young Adults to Dance
Temple Emanu-EI Yrmnv Adults
will hold their annual "Fall Fro
lies" Sun.lav evenine in the Tem-
ple social hall Woody LaV.ne and
hK orchestra will be featured for
dancing.
Miami's Marlins started their
drive for renewals on season box
seats this week.
A number of requests have been
received at the Stadium from 1956
box seat holders for additional
seats, and these people are first on
the list to be contacted. There will
be no increase on season box pric-
es. The cost will again be $100
per seat.
The Marlins will also offer for
the first time reserved seats on a
Oneg for Homestead Flits
Murray Solomon Post and Auxil-
iary 243 of Jewish War Veterans
will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat for
, servicemen and their families sta-
tioned at Homestead Air Force
seasonal basis, _._
had many requestTiiTl,
but because of ta taact
could not provide Seam
seats will sell for $75 wi
niasaia Merkilk
Burton Falter, pratoU
ami Beach llasada YoaJ
Zionist District, jmhximH
ganization's annual "total
Wednesday in the Safe]
Farber. Gil RapwM,
Bernfeld. Eddy Tarts,]
Meyer, Ira Joseph aid I.
dozo were on the duct i
Mrs. Jacobste H
x Annual Beth David .
Base. Zamora Jewish Center wi|| eon will be held by Ida
Im- Bjta of the Oneg Friday evening. | terhood Wednesday
home of Mrs. Mai I
Albert Dubler I
card jiame event
New Young Adult Group
Temple B'nai Sholoni will spon
sor a young adult group First mem
benktip affair is Thursday evening
Um 29, at 3800 NW 176th st
Bunny Ben-took and Jane Zitrin
Proceeds for Projects
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary -
174. Jewiah War Veterans, will hold ar'" In "hargc of information.
tot** party Wertrfaadaj M um\-------------------------------
publican club. Proeeeds ar.- tor UM Teacher in Talk
I welfare and hospjiaiiz, .I vet Frederick W Barges, of the
tram aetrrltiaa Mr- Eva Taub is UnJveraitj ol Miami jaculty. will
raJ chairman | >peak on lb* subject of "Bejigirai
and (iods" at a meeting of the Mi
ami Ethical Society Sunday. 11
am in Koubek Center.
Spinoza Forum Discussion
The Secret of My Continued
Youthfulnev." will be topic of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson's lecture before
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum Sun
day evening. A question and an-
swer period will follow his ad
Variety Ph)
Opens in Dec<
New Variety Play!
Washington aw, ii
ovei nni M
rding to aa
-day
The Caplans are
Roosevelt Theater. *taM
I for the next W|
Cinerama productions
The Caplans reveiW
new Variety will le*
Broadway production' m*l
ulerl to open during theBt|
Talk Set by Youth
Johnny Burke, of Nassau in the _
Bahamas, will speak on "Segrega- in December.
tion Integration from a Negro's, Completely renw
I'oint of View" when the Young show- ill feature an
Ire-s at the Forum meeting" Su I Peop,es Lea* of Belh David -tar- U Molly P^
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rmen Picked
fouth Conclave
[Carol Levinson, of 44 W.
_o dr.. and Josh Sirkin, 2024
[rd, have been selected as
Wen for the third annual
conclave slated by t h e
Miami Jewish Community
({or Sunday. Dec. 9, at the
snch, 1536 Bay rd.
^evinson. a senior at Miami
ligh School, is president of
Ecus Girls' Club of GMJCC.
vice president of Senior
ead cheer leader, editor of
o," member of Beta Club,
lib Queen, and one of the
.ontestants for the annual
foronation Queen.
n, also a senior at Beach
j president of the Keystone
Plub. sponsored by GMJCC.
ol activities include drum
r Beach High, president of
ne Room, treasurer of Na-
nor Society, and a mem-
Varsity track team for
! four years.
age representatives will be
to the conclave from the
Branch. Town Branch, Flag-
nada Center, Coral Gables
J Center. North Dade Jewish
I Monticello Park Jewish
land Temple Israel.
in Offices
Lincoln Rd.
an Newman, certified pub-
ountant. Wednesday an-
1 the opening of his offices
at 350 Lincoln rd.
Newman is a
graduate of the
University of Mi-
ami law school.
He is past chan-
ce 11 or of the
Knights of Pyth-
ias and past pres-
ident of Nu Beta
1 Epsilon chapter
of the National
Law Fraternity.
*ntly, he is a member of the
fnling Society of Miami and
1 board of directors of Flag-
lanada Jewish Community
p and Greater Miami Jewish
fiunity Center. He is also on
ard of Flagler Elementary
' PTA.
(J'man is married and resides
wife and two children at
52nd ave
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WILLIAM LIPKIN
72. of (12 ISth !.. ,11.,I Xv. lfi 0f
h*art allnrk. A rrtlr. here ten yearn ai<> from Dover N J
ami leaven hln wife, Heal; ;.,.., riauirh-
ter, Mm Bthel Roatnthnl; and two
Lout* and Abraham He In alxo
aurvlved by a brother. Borvlcao were
?fwV- I* Rlveinble-Itr:,,). Memorial
i napel, \\ muhlnirton ave.. with bui ial
In Mount Nabo I 'metery.
ISAAC FUCH
"". Of T.OO Bln Mo um from Tampa MV< n \. ,.
and owned a newn and .iBar atand at
th* AU-aiar hoiel Burvlvln* are hln
father. Morrin. and three xlntera ln-
rlu.llna- Mm Jean MoKnel. Miami
Beach. Servlcen and burial w.-e In
New Tork. with Rlver-I.l.-Kea.l,
Memorial r*.anel In charge of looal
arrange menta.
JACK LAWSON
47, a men', clothing salesman, died
Nov IK Coming here frem aloakefon,
Mich., ten yearn ago. he lived at 92S1
Byron ave., ami waa a director of
Temnle Beth Sb.ilom. rharter member
of North KhorH Jewish Center and a
Shrlneiv tie wan past prenldent of
Bnal Brlth In Munkegon. Sui-vlvina
are hla wife. Rone: three rona. Jjtnnv
bteve and Marty; two brother*, two
alatem and hi father BorvlcM were
Nov. 18 In Rlvemide-Beach Memorial
FDR is Subject
Of Talk Monday
"F.D.R. and Eleanor Roosevelt"
will be the subiect of a talk at
Oceanfront auditorium Monday
evening.
Malcolm Ross, public relations
director of the University of Miami,
will be principal speaker.
The program is part of a series
on "Twentieth Century Immortals"
by the Miami Beach Recreation De-
partment.
Chaim Rose, department educa-
tion director, said Wednesday that
the program will also include a
film biography, "FDR. 1882 1945."
>""?> Hay Village ||.....ffjcerta
\Lmi.. JS5r,v,,l <>- hl, wife,
, V brotheri and three ilatera
Isle. Memorial rhapei. Normandj
MRS. MINNIE NUSSMAN
StJR" aStSSTn m
e at vea Sh WW "J* VH* vl""i"
leiaiiven. Hhe (ame here nine yaan
nurvlv";". ''"'"h-hiTah. N..I, an.l N
mi rylvod by iw ,,, hHsjwrfn. Her-
^"f Ml". three daurhtoTo, four
Easton *"*** "" M I"
MRS. NELLIE RABINOWITZ
Kwl ^iW"t"i n,Pm,' Ol Miami
I.Mine of Palm-Reberea of Odd I>1-
lowa and Miami Branch of the Pores-
n'a /' ^'nerl<-a. She :.s acUve in
Red ( roRS work during World War II
?,.i';'"'**"1 '?. '*'" ra ConTeatlon.
SurUvnB are her husband. .la. k. and
a bi other. Saul Sherman. Servl-en
K2 |rt'..u" ,al Riverside-B.a.b
Memoilal ( ha pel. FTafler St., with
burial In Mount Xebo Cemetery.
tn *" DORA FENSTER
so. of (60 I^enox ave., died Nov. 14
She moved here seven yeara aK<> from
Incnnatl. O,, and leaves a daiiRhter,
Mrs. Rose < yrkln, and another daugh-
ter and two sons, who live out of
town. Services were at Xewman-Oor-
doo Funeral Home Nov. |8 with
BUrlal in Mount Xebo Cemetery.
MRS. FLORA MANE
m. f 473 Abbott ave.. a Miami area
resident for IS years, died Nov. IS.
Hei family owns and operaten the
Robert Rbhter hotel. She is rarvived
by two daughters. Mrs. Alice Kati
and Mrs. Miriam Hays: a brother
K.lwln; ar.d two graiuli-hlldren. S.i \-
lees were Nov. 14 at Riverside-Beach
Memorial t'hapel, Washington ave..
with burial at Craceland Memoilal
Park.
'Cabaret Might' Scheduled
South Dade Jewish Center will
hold a "cabaret night" Saturday at
the Coco Plum Women's club. A
play, "Occupational Hazards," writ-!
ten and directed by Ruth B. Alt-1
man, will be performed. Dancing!
will follow.
MAX GOMOLINSKV
[S. di.-.lsN'.iv. 12 at hi- home. IMM SW
'; it n tir.-d -liquor dealer, he
moved here 11 yean ;i.i from Chicago
vow include a ion, Ralph, and
daughter, Miss Bern Ice Qomollnaky
He also leavee .-i brother and sister.
Services weif Nov. II ;n Gordon Fu-
neral Home, with burial in Mount
Ni i"> < emetery.
Letters to the Editor
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
The season is on. Jewish organi-
zations are besieging the various
mayors and other public officials
of the municipalities in Dade coun-
ty -requesting proclamations de-
claring membership week, or mem-
bership month, for the particular
organizations.
This annual occurrence reminds
me of a statement attributed to
Lord Melchett. He said that we
need a new Jewish organization "0.
T. J." "The Order of Trembling
Jews."
After a great deal of delibera-
tion, I have come to the opinion
that this procedure is demeaning
to us as Jews.
Why should any public official
declare any particular period to he
a week or month for any Jewish
group?
I know there are several organ-
izations with which I am affiliated
which have gone through this same
procedure in the past. Speaking
for myself, I shall attempt to se-
cure a discontinuance of such
practices. If American Jewry can-
not be alerted through Jewish chan-
nels and Jewish members to affili-
ate themselves with Jewish organi-
zations, we should not have to fall
back on public officials to do a job
which is ours. Such practices make
us members of the Order of Trem-
bling Jews.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Hold Annual Member Tea
Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary
of Monticello Park Congregation
held its annual membership tea
Wednesday evening at the Seville
hotel.
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