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The Jewish Floridian ( November 14, 1952 )

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l^wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 25—Number 46 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS CHAIM WEIZMANN DIES usands Mourn As Israel's First resident Is Buried In Rehovoth Home I AVIV (JTA) — Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first President of the reborn State of Israel, died at i in Rehovoth early Sunday morning, several weeks before he would have celebrated his hday. Death came quietly at 5:55 a.m., local time, following two heart attacks between 2:30 [4 30 a.m. funeral was held over until Tuesday afternoon, to permit Dr. Weizmann's son, who was in o attend. Members of the President's family assembled at Rehovoth from all parts of ie President lay in state Monday and Tuesday, when thousands of persons filed silently past flag-draped coffin. Special trains brought mourners from and Haifa to pay their last respects. 1 members of the Diplomatic Corps and Government and leaders of all phases of life in Israel and from the Jewish %  ties abroad attended the funeral. The President was laid |i the garden of his home at Rehovoth, in accord with his plitary authorities were responsible for the funeral, and with fixed bayonets stood the bier. The Minister ill rior has proclaimed a national mourning durull flags, will be flown last. %  women and children in Ilife and in all places broke down and wept idly when they learned %  resident's death. The an>n Kol Israel, who Inthe people of the State loss, burst into tears in 1st of the announcement. |i. was able, he concluded cial statement in a heavily [voice. Neighbors in Re|poured out of their homes rrounded the President's te, many weeping. Jrnment leaders, informed President's death, hurried |ovoth to pay condolences V( ra Weizmann, who was ly person at the bedside of %  band at the time of his Acting President Joseph lei UN Delegate iffs New Attack Iraq Speaker rTED NATIONS (JTA)—Isli legate Arthur Lourie had Sprinzak arrived first, followed shortly thereafter by Premier David Ben-Gurion and members of the Government. Many businesses were shut down, and Government officials, who reported to their offices, wore black. Entertainment places remained closed until after the funeral. Ships in the harbors lowered their flags. Special editions of all newspapers were issued in this city and in Jerusalem. When members of the Diplomatic Corps learned of the death of the President, they cancelled all social functions scheduled for the next week, including a special dinner at the Swedish Legation to celebrate the birthday of the Swedish King, which was scheduled for Tuesday. Btn-Gurion Eulogy Premier David Ben-Gurion. at a special meeting of the Cabinet, called on the occasion of the death of President Weizmann, eulogized the first President of the Jewish State as the "first citizen of the Jewish nation." The Premier said to the members of his Government, and to the co-chairmen of the Jev/ish Agency. Dr. Naactivity of the nation's choice. There was nobody like him since Herzl, and many books should be written about him and about the two crowns he wore — the crown of statehood and the crown of science. Even in those few years when he was not elected President of the Zionist Organization, Dr. Weizmann was the first citizen of the Jewish nation, sybolizing our urge and striving for th!*national revival named Zionism. "Wonderful was that man, who devoted his entire life, without ease for a moment, to scientific work.2 Both activities were not separate or contradictory, since they emanated from a single source of the Jewish spirit Dr. Weizmann recognized the simple and deep truth that the renovation of our national, independent life was unimaginable without science as its central pillar." A meeting of the Jewish Agency executive was held later, and Dr. Goldrr.ann and Mr. Locker also eulogized the President. The Knesset %  held a special mourning session Tuesday, and the Cabinet did not meet again until after the funeral. Truman's Condolences John F. Simmons. US State Department Chief of Protocol, called on Ambassador Abba Eban at the Embassy of Israel to express the condolences of President Truman on the death of President Weizmann. Other officials who called on Mr. Eban Simmons Dr. Chaim Weizmann hum Goldmann and Berl Locker, who also attended the meeting: j simultaneously with T would not try now to apwere Henry A. Byroade. AssistJack Ablin Succumbs Here At 60 Community Leader 1$ Stricken At Meetins Jack A. Ablin. of 6342 North Bay Road, passed away last Thursday night, November 6th. The Chicago and Coral Gables businessman and prominent communal leader, succumbed to a heart ailment at the age of 60. Death came to Mr. Ablin as he was attending a Board of Directors meeting in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Only the day before, he had been appointed general chairman of the Greater Miimi Jewish Federation's 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. News jf the appointment was to. have been announced here this week. A well-known grain trader in Chicago, Mr. Ablin held a seat jn the Board of Trade there for JO years. He was also a partner ,f .Curlee's Department Store in Ceral Gables. A winter resident here since I 1933, Mr. Ablin devoted a great deal of time to civic and philanv this week again to Arab j iate tne personality and the ant Secretary of State, and Parkin Israel when the Ad Boc | K 11 Political Committee's de>n the Palestine refugee m came before a plenary ^g of the General Assembly, [repeated that the refugee km had arisen not from a by Israel to carry out a Nations resolution but as a of Arab defiance of this |tion—as a "consequence of aggression"-against Israel. pie said that Israel had ab750,000 refugees and dethat if the Arab states had <•(! its example there would refugee problem now. The li delegate was replying fy to Dr. Fadhil al Jamali, of who "in explaining" his | had asserted that the resoluphich the Assembly adopted do no good as long as one ier state continued to defy a ^solution. Assembly approved the Ad 'ommittee's proposal to conthe UN Relief and Works $250,000,000 relief and egration program and au*ed it to increase its relief 6t fox the present fiscal year '3.000,000: The vote was '48 MO, with six abstentions. fabstflinees" -vere trie .'Soviet Iraq. er T Hart. Director of the Office of Near Eastern Affairs. Byroade and Hart conveyed the condolences of Secretary of State Dean Acheson. The White House issued the following statement by President Truman on the death of Dr. Weizmann: "Mankind has lost an able leader in the death of Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first President. His devotion to the establishment of a homeland for the Jewish people, both before its realization and as the head of the new government, has brought him the respect and gratitude of millions. He was a rr.an of wisdom and I was honored to know him." Ambassador Eban Subsequently remarked: "Deep mourning descends upon the land of Israel ar.d spreads through all the cornJack A. Ablin thropic work both in Miami and in Chicago. He was a member of Federation's Board of Governors and served with its Executive and Budget Committees. He headed CJA's Winter Resident* Division in the 1952 Campaign. A long-time member of the Shriners' Medinah Temple in Chicago, he also was a trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital, a director and charter member of the Westview Country Club, director of the Jewish Home for the Aged here and a trustee of the Ortho. dox Home of the Aged' in ChiI cago. Survivors include his wife, Faye Rosenbloom Ablin: a son, Donald, 18; and a daughter. Mrs. Joan Schero, all of Miami Beach. Services were on Friday at the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, officiating. Interment was in Chicago's Memorial Park Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman flew north to be present at the burial services there. munities of the Jewish dispersion at the news that Chaim Weizmann is no longer at our head. He led Israel for 40 years through a wilderness of martyrdom and anguish, of savage oppression and frustrated hope, across the sharpest agony which has ever beset the life of any people, and ('Continued on Page 3 A) McCarran Law To Effect Yanks In Israel's Army WASHINGTON (JTA) — The effects of the McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act on Americans now serving with the Israel Army are being considered by Israel officials at the Embassy here, but the matter has not yet been raised with the State Department or any other b:anch of the United States Government, a spokesman for the Israel Embassy said this week. The McCarran Act, which goes into effect December 24th, provides that any American citizen who serves in the armed forces of a.foreign country automatically loses his citizenship. Under Israel law, Americans and other foreign nationals resident in Israel who otherwise qualify for national military service are liable to such service. This presents Americans already in Israel's Army with the choice of surrendering their citizenship or deserting the Israel Army. Israel officials, fearful that im"rr.igration from the US will drop off further under the impact of the McCarran legislation, are investigating the possibility of working out an arrangement with the US to permit US citizens to remain in its Army and to enable others to join. Under study is a McCarran Law provision which allows Americans to serve in foreign forces if they receive prior permission from the Secretaries of State and Defense.



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PAGE 2 A +JmistJk£&3£L FRIDAY H-Day Fete Here November 25th Dmgol tleeted To Head HI AS Policy Forming Body C-.-' M .' %  I cele.. Pictori %  t the cot t the I %  • %  Rol .'. .-• %  %  250 persom Tuesday 1 .•.-•• i %  Charles Fr. rrr.ir. of I B .'. 41 commen led oa perfom ui e in tl %  .'•.r.. program. H< received -• .•; r. from Phyllis K I .f of the Btudei i ; o^o pi r • r. nized for H-Day in thi ;.r'-.'; F: U btman Sold With the ntinued entl evidenced, there is n %  '; •'• : %  • %  Soiosaoa Dmgol. author and up es r ,' r nevweser ed:!or has been P.ar, I pro. r .. r._ cr.osen channaa o{ the Ex%  E %  •• ec-J-ve committee, policyttee promising tr* besl wnaaing oody of HIAS, 68in history of the year -old global migration aglinnei Thi I -.•• %  I I • racy .• vras announced by • Ben Toaster, president o! the Jewish Floridian Will Publish Feature Called, Hebrew Mad A titled. He-y. will be publish1 unnu Wei*M Mr* At 19 I 341 SW p. .• • -udden%  %  it the age of Jewish Floridian beA rwideO| hen lor the past ginning with its next issue on Fr. ::. N •.••rr.ber 21st. ng the basics • is now spokBetl S '• Jewish ,. r :n i >ri: ,;. • •. ,tura will em-' %  and the plov the text of a Hebrew book Br Auxfli Kj shoshana Spector. facF she was associ.,. t v,,. Hebrew •ted Beth David Synagogue Academy. Miami Beach. of y*' -., Mil be published in P : : / "f ^e Sim,,th a program geardav School, • registrar: .. j • dnf modern converMi red by fv b Si2S "T %  £'** husband, Jules Henry, fMBM. which was inaugurtationed at Cam, — ast Sunday. 2 p.m.. as part Carolina; ar.d a f Jacob Sehaehtert Jewish Lita. of Mia i „ r „ aves two brothers. I Miss Specor s program. Let Us Har and George Fredman. of if"" Hebrew, is the first of its N th Bergen. New Jersey; and *' nd m } he Great, i Miami area. Mrs Esther Brandes She condurted a similar program e Fredman, of Jerl,n New v rk last season >• C •• New Jersey; and Mrs.: Sections of her book. Hebrew Mi:;.Li -• r. of Revere, Massa-Made Easy, will appear weekly chusetti | in The Jewish Floridian as a Services were at the Gordon visual aid to the Sunday radio | Funeral Home Chapel yesterday,! program. burial ir, Mount Sinai Cem— **•* Rabbi ited. Max Shapiro ofObiluari'S • Society. Dingol. editor of The IDay national Yiddish daily newspaper, succeeds the late Fohn L. Bernstein :.,e o! -he • r -S LIKK< iWI' 7 %  •.. %  .) ,. %  v :-iMiw-l b) Mrr Fa i %  M ..... tion. **' Sl 'i Speetor] Temple Israel Instructed In Dane* of North Shore Youth \\i>sl Palm itvtirh Hold Rally. Dance Knartm TXT I,tm eld at the ntrol I No. • rding to E I thi Anti-D tion • B'nai B"i it %  ; iilbert J %  Flori ADL irectoi • • % %  .th rr.unitipaln Florida to • %  • • nd nti iling ..-..., f expl ; Othei i having ] n e a I iffi • upper and • and dancing. Miami Beach Chapter Sees Veterans' Film Mrs Helen Sane • N S chairman of B'nai B'rith Women, will comment on movies of • •' n activities with ••.' ram at a meeting of the Miinclude Mi Mi in -"-' h Chapter on Tuesday. •' Spring Hialeah N vembei I8th, l p.m., at the G Surf Plaza Hotel Mm Sanders is • '• -ding secretary of the REK •n ,.•.! b) %  • •. pre T %  • with JOSEI'H li KHRL1CH \'..:.. .I %  • rarvived bj [her, Mr* II%  two %  !.. .L-: -. Ml V RotMMl It.rrl-. • brothel N I kfm Jrom w-r-h, • .. Remainf •:. Milt to • • %  • i • %  ind In• • Miami i:.. i, Rlver-,.i Forest Circle Meets At Hotel New Yorker Companions of the Forest America met on Wednesday evej Hal! Pn I K i Bron ning at the Hotel New Yorker. cna:r Guests at the meeting included out-of-town memb er s who explained the aims i I the nrganizaSpeaking were the MesIrene Saunders. Bettv :. Shirley Sanfield. Celia I and Evelyn Stone. 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Gershon S Miller is chairman of the Luntheon Committee. JOSEPH KWAS8 leth Hcri • i. Miami B< u b, rd A i • eni • ror the pas) -ix >...r!>. h.Is b) l,i f.-. OvaaU .mil two s ''' • '• and Merej linn • • • i w-• Virginia ervlce and h termi nt b^ thi !:-... h RlVfl West Miami Teen Agers Thanksgiving Dance The Teen Age Group of the West Miami Jew.-:-. Center will sponsor a Thanksgiving Dance at the Center on Saturday evening, i November 22nd. 7.30 p.m. Sheldon Rosenthal is chairman of the affair and will be assisted by Joe Fogel, Leah Bear, Sandra Doytch and William Klein. 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.uM: / ^ NOVEMBER 14. 1952 *Jeist>norik*ton PAGE 3 A lassah Will Hear Dr. Rosenfeld lonnection With Medical Center jugene D. Rosenfeld, exj Rosenfeld's membership on the director of the Long Isl' Bvish Hospital, New York, kjee his first appearance ami when he addresses |hiin 3.000 members of HaIhe Women's Zionist Or• Medical Advisory Board of Hadassah Medical Organization and Hebrew University of Jerusalem that Dr. Rosenfeld is making his appearance in Miami. Dr. Rosenfeld's speech will be concerned mainly with the new Hadassah Hebrew Medical Center now under construction in Israel. The Medical Center, first of its kind in Israel, will include a 430bed University teaching hospital, a nurses' training school, new buildings for the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, an out-patient department, and, eventually, units for specialized phases of medicine. A film, This Is The Hour, will also be shown. In charge of the meeting will be Mrs. Louis Goldman. Medical Center chairman. Mourn Dr. Weizmann's Passing (Continued from Page 1 A) |Dr. Eugene Rosenfeld tion, at 8 p.m., Wednesovi mber 19th. in the HiI.odge, Alton Road and slicct. %  is in connection with Dr. Jrew Free Loan Hebrew Free Loan AssoIn of Greater Miami will on Monday evening, Noei 17th. 8 p.m.. announced re Schwartz, president. I iiiH-i-.il Officials To > %  Here The Jewish Funeral Directors of America will hold heir 25th Annual Convention .at the Delano Hotel from November 22nd through 25th. The Convention will open on Saturday evening with a Reception and Cocktail Party. Brunch and sightseeing are scheduled for the second day's calendar. Monday and the concluding Tuesday sessions will be taken up with business. Chairman of the Convention is Edward T. Newman. Reports will be read by the Association's president. Isaac Nieberg, and treasurer, Isidor Alpert. V '!* %  H*W"D C| ^Mis^^M H BV. w jm %  f**?. %  •' 1 ~iH Hb^^ .J^^H 1 •*' 1 kown ci the National Council of Jewish Women's Membertip Tea held in the Monte Carlo Hotel last week are (left to nht: Mrs. Aaron Farr, past president; Mrs. Alexander, Libw, president; and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, membership lairman. THE FINEST SOAP! Cuts your cleaning time in half I Made from pure coconut oil. Distributed by Hi-Gr?de Food Company — Phone 9-8456 17th AXXIYEKSARY SALE Store-Wide Kvery Day Bring* Outstanding Savings Opportunities MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE at the end of his days he entered in splendor and triumph upon his due inheritance of honor as the first President of Israel, the embodiment in modern time of the kingly and prophetic tradition which once flourished in Israel and became the most abiding source of light and redemption for succeeding generations of men. "In the vigor of his youth, Chaim Weizmann, the rational scientist, seized upon an ideal remote from any realistic possibility of lulfillment and pursued it with implacable patience and faith until he saw phantasy transformed into fact by the sheer power of an unyielding will. No life lived in our generation offers greater testimony to the victory of fate in all the issues and enterprises of humanity. "His Presidency symbolized the swift journey oi the Jewish people, in this its most awesome decade, from the horrors and degradations of the European slaughterhouse and Oriental ghettos to unexpected heights of dignity and freedom in a sovereign State, securely established in the international family. "Israel's standards of quality, its pursuit of ancient moral values and modern scientific truth, its national ambition and its international prestige were all powerfully effected by the presence of this revered and paternal figure in our midst. We are now solely bereaved: 'the crown of our head hath fallen down.' But we may serve the Hebrew tradition worthily if we can establish the life of our Founder President as the standard which Israel should aspire to attain in all the expressions of its national character, in deed and thought." Leaves Mark Dr. Weizmann left his mark on the Jewish and non-Jewish world as. a scientist, statesman organizer and administrator. The contributions of countless Jews in all parts of the world were, in the eyes of many, brought to a synthesis in the chemist whose contributions to a world at peace and at war paralleled his position as the diplomatic representative of the Jewish people who — until his 73rd year — had no state machinery, no army, no navy and no trasury to give him support. The man who was destined to interpret to the non-Jewish world the hopes and ambitions of the Jewish nation was born in the small Russian town of Motyli in 1874. His early education he obtained in Russia, but his university education he received in Germany and later in Switzerland, where he earned his Doctorate in chemistry. During his student years, he made an important chemical discovery connected with the manufacture of dyes. In 1901, he was appointed a Chemistry instructor at the University of Manchester, in England, a position which was to effect the course of his life most profoundly. His active Zionist life began with the organization of Russian Jewry to answer the call of Theodor Herzl and send delegates to the first Zionist Congress in Basle. Switzerland, in 1897. Weizmann himself missed the first Congress because he did not have the funds to travel directly to i Basle and arrived after the Con: grMS had concluded. Weizmann's first major contribution on the world Zionist scene came at the Fifth World Zionist Congress when he helped organize the Democratic Faction in opposition to Theodor Herzl. He also opposed the famed Zionist | leader in 1903, when Herzl proposed that the Zionists accept an | offer by the British that they' settle in Uganda, East Africa. In the next ten years, Weizmann's activities in the Zionist movement were widespread. His political activities, however, were not permitted to overshadow his efforts in the cultural and scientific field in behalf of the Jewish people. In 1913, he was active in the founding of a fund for the establishment of the Hebrew University, whose cornerstone he laid on Mt. Scopus in 1918. Years later, he became president of the University. British War Effort During the war years, the chemist was not neglected while the Zionist worked. Dr. Weizmann made gigantic contributions to the British war effort, including the discovery of a formula for acetone, an important ingredient of explosives. Although offered personal reward, Weizmann would accept nothing for himself. However, he took advantage of the contacts he was developing with British leaders in all walks of the Government to press for the creation of a Jewish homeland. Negotiations begun in 1914 paid off in 1918, when the famous Balfour Declaration told the world of Britain's guarantee of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. The next year. Weizmann headed a Zionist delegation to the Allied Peace Conference. The following year, he was elected President of the World Zionist Organization, a position which he held for 11 years. Responsible in large measure for the organization of the Palestine Foundation Fund, he also pressed for and obtained the expansion of the Jewish Agency to include non-Zionists. He was elected to head the new Council of the Agency in 1929. He first visited the United States in 1921, in behalf of the Zionist movement. This visit he repeated annually until 1929. In 1932, he toured the Union of South Africa and revisited the US in 1933. Then, once again, the scientist in Weizmann came to the fore, and in 1934, he helped organize the Daniel Sieff Research Institute at Rehovoth, where he eventually made his home. TrTis became the forerunner of the Weizmann Institute of Science, renowned throughout the world as the best scientific research center in the Middle East, the equal of any in Europe and rarely surpassed by scientific institutions in the United States. Aided World War II During the next decade, Weizmann, the Zionist, was busy criticizing the British administration in Palestine and, finally, taking the leadership in the movement to resist British attempts to limit the Jewish community in Palestine. That decade saw the years of World War II. and Weizmann's contributions to the Allied war effort were again outstanding. Some of them are still in the realm of "top secrets." but Dr. Weizmann was publicly thanked by American Governmental leaders for his aid in the development of synthetic rubber, a product that went far toward making possible the Allied victory on four continents and many seas. The aged Weizmann was still not allowed to rest ana in 1946, he took the stand as Zionism's foremost spokesman, testifying before the Joint Anglo-American Commission of Inquiry on Palestine. The following year he appeared before the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, which eventually recommended the partition of Palestine, and later that year the almost blind leader stood before the UN General Assembly to plead his people's cause. The results are in the history books. On November 29, 1947. the UN decided in favor of partition and the establishment of a Jewish state. The following May 18th, four days after the Jewish state had been proclaimed and while the Arab armies were already tearing at the body of newborn Israel, the first session of the first | Jewish Parliament in nearly 2.000 : years elected Chaim Weizmann : the first President of Israel. He j was reelected President in November 1951. Second Lecture In North Shore Series Wednesday Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will deliver the second lecture in the Annual Lecture Series sponsored by the North Shore Jewish Center Men's Club on Wednesday, November 19th. at 8:30 p.m. His topic will be, Orthodox Judaism, and will cover the growth and development of Orthodoxy. $ Florida's First And Only S Dog Track Equipped With S Totalisators At LEGAL NOTICfc* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undeisigned, desiring t" engage In business undei the fictitious name of Ml-: RADIO, at 11104 N. \V 7th \\.-. 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PAGE 4 A +Je*lstitkrHk*n FRIDAY EDITORIAL I llr. Weizmann Passe* On Bonds For Bar Mitzvah Dr. Chaim Weizmarm is de-ad. The Stale of Israel's first President passed away early Sunday morning ct the age of 71. He had been suffering from a respiratory inflarnation for the past year. The death of Dr. Weizrr.anr. brings to a close the first era in the Jewish democracy's history. A spiritual fountainhead of World Zionism since before the days c: Wor'.d War I. he brought to the moverr.er.: a source of unity then so desparateiy r.eedeDr. Weisnann was ar. id?-', leader. He was a combination c: vast intellectual accorr.plishmen: snd diplomatic finesse. Decorated many •..—.es tor bis scientific contributions to British chemistry r.e r.ad ocer.ec to him political channels not otherwise apprccchahie by Jewish statesmen ar.d employed them whenever possible for the ultimate rulfillmen: c: the Zionist dream. Bill Dr. Weisnann was not destined to know of the honor, clone t.-.a: his position artcrded him. He wes doomed to tee! the bares which impatient World Jewish opinion directed agai-.s: his principle o: caution. Sat; :: that the Greet Return would be the natural and peace f ul outcome of the Balfour DeclsratiOB. he contented himsel: with careful coercion of its implementation in British Parliamentary circles. There were many who bitterly assailed him cs en image of Indie's Mohandas Gandhi and CS a proponent cf the latter s philosophy of ccssive resistance They wanted sterner and more immediate action and the onslaught of World War I! seemed to bear out the validity cf their passions. But Dr. Wextrr.c.-r. continued his cautious manner, recognirin g that Zionist fulfillment was close at nan: and thai arrogance or impatience could ~ : r P ara bk harm to the Jewish movement. 2:. Wsizmann turned from the specifically political character of the Great Return to augmentinq its intellectual and cultural express.cn. He was uppermost among the leaders whe established the Hebrew University and the scientific research institute subsequently named after him. And when the War of Liberation came — the days of action for which Jewish leaders had previously cried too earlv Dr. Weisnann was prepared and stood in its midst as a guiding pilot. Now. he is dead. He passed on just one wee* following the celebration of the 35th anniversary cf the Bclfour Declaration. With him .-.as gone the symbol of the bulhpangs z: = :aei s renaissance. McCloy** Bword IxUS High Commissioner of Germany. Jc.-.r J. McCloy. made a brilliant record during .-..s -en-are of office with his consistent peri; nmc o: former SS Nazi murderers. .-.cry of Adolf Hitler's most favored playmctes now enjoy the very democratic freecc... they once sough: to destroy: some, with the *toncb of concentration camps still wafting about them, have since assumed responsible pos/.ons in Government. Th.is American official is to be thanked for an exceedingly liberal attitude extended cutthroats and thieves. Shortly before his resignation McCloy drew up a detailed document ;.-. which he expressed fear for the resurgence of Nazism in Germany and warned the Allied Occupational Forces thai they must be on guard against it < he ability to toot the sour hom of diplomacy at both ends speaks well for McCloy's mus. cianship. An Associated Press report earlv this week apparently bears out the ex-Commissioner's stated fear. The Socialist Reich Party's swastikas have returned on the German scene. along with propagandists posters and leaflets announcing the Nazi imminent rebirth. Be of aood heart." they said. "Remain Germans. We will return." Tow that McCloy is no longer about there The nation's leadership will soon change hands. The last years now depart of a Democratic administration which had sponsored the State of Israel and first moved for its acceptance at the United Nations. We have every reason for hoping that the new Republican Government will be as friendly to the Jewish democracy. But moments of change are inevitably uncertain. And it is for this reason that the N533.XO.000 Israel Bond Issue must be supported even more vigorously than heretofore. Greater Miami s BIG officials are currently sponsoring a new purchasing program toward that end. 3onds io: Bar Mitzvah is a plan by mean3 of which the area's youth may be presented with Israel Bonds to commemorate their confirmation. It is hoped that the community's parents will participate in this program. At stake ere two sianificant factors: a fitting gift for their children's first, important spiritual experience and the economic independence of the Jewish state. Jewish Books Numerous organizations here aze currently participating in the observance of Jewish Book Month. Throughout November and during the first week of December, lecturers will tour the Miami area discussing Jewish works of literature pest and present. Exhibitions at our public libraries and schools, as well as radio programs, are also being scheduled. There is no resident m our community who can afford to stand apart from this observace. In the literature of the Jewish people ~HtJ^fo*tfr — c. t/iWxw TO BE SWEPT AWAY FOR GOODCapitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc., „ ^ „,„ |. !,„, prop,,, WASHINGTON — Those mteris its history of spiritual ascendancy, exile ested in civil rights, civil liberand the tale of its Great Return. ties and Point Four aid to Israel We become an active part of Jewish tradiar expected to remind Presition when we learn of its persistence and d nt elect Dwight Eisenhower of moral triumph. We advance it into the untold hlS campaign P J d 8*s soon after Act. He said of In years ahead when we study its endurina exthe inau uratlon A u P hiU K ht rnnU that many of pressions. is anticipated, so early efforts j a pretty go.d fee to i will be made to enlist the new yers in this community. President on the side of the biYork and elsewhvc to by the tail. They are at An apol igist for Hitlol World War II, Hoffman i as a leading proponent i McCarran Walter Act. He said of lolin — C onimnnal Loader P artisan progressives. ... Republican domination of both I ne Miami community has lost an inspired Houses puts important commitleader. Jack Ablin died last Thursday eventees under the chairmanship of awu. ui a number of biased individuals. and they want to chin* ing at the age of 60. Few persons here sought less public recbut some are no worse than reactionary Democrats who must Many of them do thai ys and just :.. soon as they| they say our governs** | good, our way of life is I ogrution for his activity in behalf of countless causes than did Mr. Ablin; few could be callnow roum I ulsh control of corned upon to respond with greater frequency T^\ ^"^f Pat cCarran The number of fraternal organizations, ate Judie ary Committee. philanthropies and overseas activities that There is satisfaction in liberal counted Mr. Ablin among their restrained but quarters oVer lhe defeat of such vigorous workers is too numerous for men extrem,st as R ush Holt, who lost hon here. Such was his nll^mKrJm hls Republican bid for the 'en. amendm-r.ts allowed ity that JTJ^Z^t^S£Zi ?St f ST ST" A en as paving received his special favor^ ^T^ZZT^^^ Mr. Afc-Iin passed away at an inopportune v ""gnia: Representative John T. Jment, just one dav nfter Kic „„;... .. Wood who. u-a< Hr>f,i^ *„. -.> like Anna Rosenberg. Secretary of Defense, wh to take all the boys and J_, put them into the anwdl ices." Representative I*o Illinois, repia.es the UK I Sabath as chairman oft!*' Rules Committee. This M tee is in cha. ge of decidaft bills reach the floor, and "* er debate v>iV. be limit**! committee :..-ideration rights. Pointing out tM were about 400 Jewi ia %  stituency of 307.611 pe" len described h >w gentlemen : -' Chicago came in a candidatt and sp the Jew*) him. He' Pt %  •-J eve^y Friday irr I %  ** i ir1 %  ** J"th weekly Member of tr., jlZ ih T. 1 grapi-e Agency. Sen Art. Fe.i^-e sVr..eaT WoriS" vr.de New. Ser„e.. Nat.cn*! E*.tor.a' A,^ at *li, Amir vJenistiflcrilidri Jack Ablin was .Tirlra.r, ki _, nai B nth Anti Defamation | a candidate M m .Boo-d meehncT o< ,K! I h le at,endln 3 Ua ue !" their names are to to run ag.,--.-" him He %  • noorol meeting of the Synagogue of which be found in the League's reports committee Maybe you ne w as ^ m ember. on bigotry. | say these p> pie are a* R epresentative flar* P Wnff ating again-t me. to nurture uhe ill-fated SS men who were ex"'" SehJ^T .fsted "" V" !" -eedmgly humiliated for several years of £?? ADL as hostlle "* the Jew'. I s !Tr?SLa iS prisonment. he has arrived on the American 1Sh Pe pie Ho,fman now be%  f H^'lX* scene ma blaze of triumph ardqlorv Sum ^ meS chairma <* the House ^T"'? V^S has it that this most sensitive offiSnl v. £f mmitte ^ Expenditures in i ^ Investig-.tir.. ^ TV tned for Pro-Nazi sedition dur| i>em| t 1 snB „ Ae it rrJJifilT U closi gThe marin ,* WorId War as admirer Communistic £*•* r.age of friend and foe is near complete We f ^"^ntativ. John rSkS £2SJJ^jT A merature through the Congressfurter and ,,ther disU lonal Record and as a Congress| Jews.) At the Cat man frequently selected for quotation by such professional hatemongers as Gerald L. 2*, „ fi*3 5 BCS len onto OFnCE and PLANT ,20 N. E, Sixth Street Telepho nes 2-1141 2-8212 FRED K. SHOCHET E di tor and Publisher ^^^^^ — %  • "^*l^ ".•. %  i %  i % % %  m i— ....,.. K. Smith and Gerald Winrod. In May. 1949, Hoffman told a House Subcommittee his views n a proposed Fair Employment Practices Bill. According to an ADL report, he said: '-There is FRIDAY. NOVEMBnTu~iaX, ^ such ,hin discriirunation VOLUME 26 ^ BtH ll JH,,„ **^t the Jews. In this counOn* Vear iI U I SC III TION •soo Two V A T t I hearing on this ..rgamat* leek came to iU d* fcn of the positions they taw line with my views. said. Senator William t J< Indiana, assumes chau the Senate Ru'^s Corfu ner was charged with to get the AmericanJ join in the anti-Ser campaign against fenae Secretary Anna 1 The chairmansnip^ %  (Cmmtmmd fn



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f. NOVEMBER H, 1952 Feather Drive [off Here Nets |,595 Monday |ter Miami's Community Campaign received a rouslidoff Monday evening at cayne Terrace Hotel, when jmess personalities pledg84,595 toward the Red Agency's local goal of 100. Bum pledged Monday evJsupercedes by some $46,amount collected at last llnitial Gifts affair. de Hirsch Meyer, co-host neiting-dinner, commendIbusinessmen and commun|ers who comprise Division the current campaign. |spt'aker was Rabbi Joseph spiritual leader of Temlael. are not being called upon raise money," Rabbi Narot jut to raise money in the form and for tbe most sac|rposes." leaders of the campaign Daniel J. Mahoney, presW. Keith Phillips, general an; and James L. Knight, Ian of the Chest Campaign Ittce. |ht indicated that the $1,gnal is a realistic one. not the total needed for local agencies and USO he added, "but it is enough lw progress. We ask that Ive us a vote of confidence pis goal can be obtained." let Will Attend itions Meeting |ti.mi Samet, Southeast ArI'tor of the American Jewlommittee, will attend a lg cf the Southern Regionkncil on the Fisk Campus, lilie. Monday, November meeting is the third of a involving agencies conwith human relations in bulh. It will concern itself i consideration of the use of and religious prejudice in Bl eampaigns. Forty civil, and human relations orations have been invited to pate in the meeting. Jut is currently attending ^nual meeting of the Nationiciation of Intergroup, ReOfficials in Washington, NAIRO is a professional atmn for individuals ait the United States towards the improveI "I intergroup understand* b nlstifk+ttttof) PAGE 5 A Drewich Heads Miami Organizations Named Cemetery Assn President At an Annual Meeting of The Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association held here, H. M. Drewich, president ot the grjup for the past two years, was unanimously elected to the post again. This makes the thiri-year that Drewich will serv; the Association as its president. In accepting the post, Drewich stated that it was his hope that all capital improvements of the cemetery will be completed by the Summer of 1953. He also pledged continued effort to make the cemetery a pleasant park and praised officers and directors for their support in behalf of the Association. Samuel Dickson was reelected 1st vice president. Other officers are Leo Meyer, 2nd vice president; Sidney H. Palmer, secretary and executive vice president; and Abraham Pepper, treasurer. All elective officers received a unanimous vote. ^^ Directors selected ty represent congregations and -seated officially include: Congregation Beth David — Samuel Dickson, Harry Simons and Nathan 'Alexander; Congregation Beth Jacob — Leo Meyer, David Whitman and Joe Cohen; Congregation Beth El — Abraham Pepper, Sidney H. Palmer and Sam Futerfas; Miami Hebrew School and Congregation — H. M. Drewich, Max Apfelbaum and Ben Sokoloff; and Sisterhood Chessed Shel Ernes — Mrs. Israel Goldberg, Mrs. Sarah Stone and Mrs. Ann Block. Fifth Term At Hebrew School H. M. Drewich will head the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation in his fifth term as president, it was announced early this week. Others elected to serve with Drewich are Dave Kleber. 1st vice president; Abe Kaplan, 2nd vice president; Jack Stone, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, financial secretary; Herman Needelman, recording secretary; and Mrs. Nat Coulton, corresponding secretary. Elected to the Board of Directors are Mrs. Sarah Stone, Sam Silver, William Clein, J. Roth, A. FcKlinan, Max Apfelbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Becker, Sam Cohen. I. Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. David Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Hershey Glantz, Louis Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Rosenthal, Henry Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, I ov Joe Rutansky. Sam Reinhard ^f 5"'JJ re SOn f' arry : M l Sam Herman, Max Stein and A ^M v' ? t ,K ^ f*"*? Stah i of New York; also three daughI nrvil Plaque At Wet Miami Dedication of a memorial plaque presented to the West Miami Jewish Center by Mr. Jack Swartz, of Columbus, Ohio, will take place Sunday afternoon, November 16th, at 2 p.m. The plaque will be presented in memory of the late Louis R. Swortz, her brother, who was killed in a plane crash last February in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate at the services. Mrs. Ann Swortz, widow, will unveil the plaque. Barnhard Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Eli Barnhard. formerly of 101 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 16th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Barnhard is survived by his wife. Pioneer Women Install Officers A literary-musical evening will be the feature during the meeting of Pioneer Women, Club No. 1, on Sunday, November 16th, at :he Blackstone Hotel, according Leading the feature will be the | Residential Owners' Association ment Company; friends and relatives are asked to be present. Residents Group Eleets Off (leers HilliardL. Joseph was reeled-i' *?*? %  *• ta ed president of the Miami Beach I charge of Palmer %  Mlam Monu ters, Mrs. Sonya Sabshin, of Miami, Rae Rosman and Lillian Fields, both of New York. Mr. Barnhard was a member of Congregation Beth Jacob of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in Mesdames M. Horowitz, Manya Shubov, S. Nelson and Irving Nelson. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bea Jaffer, who will also install the group's new officers. These are the Mesdames Sophie Krantz, president; Esther GarA comprehensive report_of the ber, 1st vice president; Fannie Krigstein, 2nd vice president; Operating Committee, composed of Drewich, Pepper and Palmer was received. An annual statement from certified public accountants was also read. Appointed co-chairmen to'make plans for the Annual Installation Dinner were Harry Simons and David Whitman. Serving with them are Joe Cohen, Samuel Dickson, Leo Meyer, Ben Sokoloff and Mrs. Israel Goldberg. Plans were also discussed to arrange for a dedicatory service. Appointed on the committee were Harry Simons, Abraham Pepper, Samuel Dickson, Max Apfelbaum, David Whitman, Leo Meyer, Mrs. Israel Goldberg and MrsAnna Block. The dedication ceremony is expected to take place in February. Elected To Chairmanship Mrs. Nathan Bookspan and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes were elected to chairmanships at a recent meeting of Pioneer Women, Club No. 2, according to an announcement by Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president. Capitol Spotlight .' uied on Page 5 A) •nimittee on Government Itions goes to Senator JosMcCarthy. The Senator's has been observed by organizations. He has, on st one occasion, inserted Jewish material in the Conpnal Record. His aid to.the BS troops guilty of the Mali lassacre is well known. ">ke(l if he would repudie support of Gerald L. K. McCarthy said he would BS judgment upon any man fitter what his reputation rC'ai thy's reluctance to label has not been noted in other cases. An ADL nan said McCarthy's es have helped make "a B which the professional exploit for their subverends." >ator Robert A. Taft bemajority policy chairman Senate. Taft aided Israel Ms been honored by Rabbi H 'Uel Silver and other inent Jews. However, his on the rights of Nazi war jals were controversially He *fi dj cated no j>axerties or rights of Americans charged by Senator McCarthy with disloyalty. Taft assaulted the Morgenthau plan which was aimed at preventing any resurgence of German militaristic nationalism. He went on record favoring the Bricker resolution which was resigned to prevent American ratification of the United Nations Conventions on Genocide and Human Rights. Senator Bricker, who has led the fight against American approval of United Nations human rights efforts, was re-elected. Another Ohioan, Representative Clarence J. Brown, who once demanded an investigation of the B'nai B'rith, was re-elected. A Democrat, Representative Martin Dies of Texas, returned to the Hdlise which once before reverberated to his McCarthy-like charges. Other personalities were elected or re-elected, and their views on such questions as civil rights are not encouraging. Organizations interested in such matters are waiting to see whether Eisei*hower's liberal pledges will be implemented. They will offer Minnie Bauer, treasurer; Fannie Rothman, financial secretary; Celia Beckerman, recording secretary. The Mesdames Leah Nopkin, corresponding secretary; M. Altman, membership chairman; Henry Seitlin, Maotzet Hapoalot; Ida Horowitz and Essie Wilensky, Jewish National Fund; and Louis Feinstein and Betty Pakula, Child Rescue Fund. at its election meeting this week. In addition to Joseph, who now serves a second term, other officers are Mrs. Maria Santora, vice president; David Orlinsky, treasurer; and Mrs. Frances R. Joseph, executive secretary. Members of the Board are BorI !" £ Miami Beach Jewish Cen is Bieley, Josephine McGettigan. i er Chapter of United Synagogue Youth has selected Joel Brown as Board meetJoel Brown, USY Delegate, Attends Meet Robert J. Yaffey, Joseph H. Newman, Rebecca Hilsenrad, Benjamin H. Zimmerman, Sara Weiner and Adolph Finkler. Member Card Party representative at a ing of the Southeast Region of USY in Jacksonville today. The meeting will attempt to coordinate the activities of the various local groups. Mrs. David Zangwill. of 1880 j The next meeting of the USY SW 16th Street, vice president of Group here will be on Tuesday, the B'nai B'rith Women of Mi: November 19th, at the Miami ami, will hold a Card Party for | Beach Jewish Center, where a new members on Wednesday, j full report on the meeting will be November 19th, at 8 p.m. I made by Joel Brown. cw*.i S!U2r&jSH6* e 3S^ ie/ Creamy Smoothness all its ownl t^Far Richer Flavor! V tgr g erCurdl >i CALIFORNIA C *EAMED Y COTTA<* .*> CHEESE ,0/ J**** CALIFORNIA STYLE CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE Better Because It's Breakstones'. Miami Off ire 153 NJE. 29th St, Phone i-1731 -acular i.-rterest



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PAGE G A % .v. %  %  ~.' *JjnrffA Ikrktiar. IIDAY NOVQOJ-; which You The Welcome Mat unrolls for Nat Simon, wile Sally and son Adrian Buddy) who've taken a charming house on Sheridan Avenue. Nats the famed songwriter whose keyboard spills song hits. Favorite of mine is still The Old Lamplighter"). Forever known is Nat. however, for his "Poinciana mcvs in annually come June and the Poinciana Festival, remember that two years back, the festival committee dubbed him Kr.icht of the Royal Poinciana. occasion marked by his piano per fcrmance of his numerous tune-hits at the' Coral Gables Country Club ball Son Buddy is a vet. and a furniture expert First COUSia U gusty Murray Franklin.hU cocktail moved across the street from the Atlantic Towers to the El Morocco three months age First thing Nat did here was get a piano, substitute for ffcg two in his Riverside Drive apartment BIG CIVIC EVENT due November 17th in the Colony Restaurant is the testimonial dinner to Max Friedson Claud? Pepper will officiate through an evening dedicated also to the public birth of the Foundation for Civic Education and the presentation of its distinguished leaders ... Mr. Friedson had phoned rr to l'aquesi that this column refrain from admiration of his multitudinous achievements — but I assured him I could do no such thing. We stand on our constitutional rights to applaud whet's significant — beneficial! And now I await Mr. Friedson s next call — scolding me again PEOPLE AND NEWS: A thousand thi nks to I S ul Worth for s.: Miami Beach SymphonetU Reti rned is K nnj no aft. a si nmi %  : G< rgia C* N rth and South Carolina and Illinois. %  :ince MH Miss Judith Glass Weds Bernard BIG Couple Honeymoon In Havana, Nassi Sunday. November 9th, was the date (hosen bv ir GlBSS, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glass 900 Mi-r^ fo, hr wedding to Bernard Ellis, son of Mr. and V^H 1851 SW 19th Street *" **\ SfaJ Miss Arlyne Purcel Purcel, Bookbinder Betrothal Told Here Mr. and Mrs Mill : 5838 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Arlyne. to Robinder, s in of MJ %  • 'and Mrs Albert B >>kbinder. Forin the h:lls and vales est Hills I. ng Island. New York. He's at t Miss Purcel was graduated :: :r. Stephens College. ColumThafternoon ceremony took place at the Lincoln man was Samuel Segal. Rabbi M A Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Cables Jewish Cenffmated. Traditional wedding songs were offered by Miss Marleni Feldstein, accompanied | v the Buddy Lewis Trio. The bride wore a chantilly lace ,1 with cathedral train and long fitted sleeves pointed at the wrist the boat neckline outlined with seedpearls. Her fingertip veil of French illusion was held in plan' by a coronet of seedpearls. She carried a white satin Bible with two white orchids and stepn itis shower. Maid Of honor was Miss Renee sister of the groom. She a : lyal blue waltz-length tulle gown with grey satin sash and carried a heartshaped fan of ./" sweetheart roses. Ringbearer was Harvey Strauss posl tl season is at the-Raleigh. You recall |..,. Missouri Mr Bookbinder is Rul ifted her mink to the. a graduate of the University of %  •;. : • Miami. EYE ON PROPERTY: The ..uple plan a December Fran Joseph she's execul retary of the growing Miami wedding which will take place v,t. Residential Owners Ass ciation — reports that their sights i n Miami Beach. ... • n n en i Dt I Lummus Park. In particular, by no • uilding of any type Tliey loathe any :.. en dev k | 11th Street Miami. A Memorial Broadcast for the laU President of the state of Dr. Chaim Weizmann. will be heard Sunday. November 16th. 10 to 11 a.m., on Simon 's Jewish Forum of the An station WMIE. Downtown Member Drive A Mi mbership Drive will be i by the Sisterhood of the Downtown Synagogue on MonN tvember 17th. 8 .. at 137 >"W 3rd Avenue. Miami, announced Mrs Anna S vartz, pn • I rc PorchaM 1 III' I lirislm.-is S'. N \> mbi 17th, .1 m n spectively. Both wore double pur. and Mrs E u ls wll] ^ pie orchid corsages. Sweet-Fl Apartment* A reception and dance for family and friends followed the ceremony. Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. Minnie Stepinoff, aunt of the bride, from New York; Mrs. Samuel Broder. aunt of the groom, from Brooklyn; Mrs. Henry Feldman, aunt of the groom, from Suffern, New York; Mrs. Minnie Cutler and Mrs. Thea Blocke. cousins of the bride from Buffalo and Brooklyn. N". .vlywed Mrs. Ellis is a graduate of New York Schools and Whitefield High School. Miami Beach. The groom is a graduate of Miami High School, attended the University "f Miami, and graduated from the US Naval Corps School in San Diego, California. He is with the US Naval Reserve. For her going away costume, the bride chose a black summer suit with black accessories and white orchid corsage. Upon returning from thail honeymoon Beth Tiilah Sisters Will Honor Memtal On Sunday evening, 1 30th. 6 p.m. the Cot BethTfilah Sisterhood i| a suppei. honoring mes turning hi n foi the mrij on. The committee in cbs rangemenlincludes dames R Katz. R. Herzog. A Stern, A Sfl JR. Sher and B. Pakuli WANTED MIDDLE-AGED COB to share beautiful new M same. All privilege!. I •veninj,. 4351 S.W. 4thSTRfrj ATTENTION APARTMENT MOTEL HOTEL HOME 0*SE Complete Line of Refrigtritor SELL RENT a EI REPA P apf %  '•" JACKSON REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 5f STREET PrONEI now la) • use >' %  resiMd n >w my kid.dents t "buy ..nd use Christ nacine? s> want to tip yau oil J Seal they are the only that your fat eat i ent ovei most. Now :'.,.t you'n D la County Tuber: '• to him. j thai • %  Associati n has • y will b to End of privata fund I fight 1 %  : CHINESE SUPPER: Hang a couple of gongs on Sunday. November 23rd and let them hammer out the news that ihe Miami Chapter. B'nai B'rilh will serve a juicy Chinese supper, specially catered, in the Miami Jewish Community Center. Chow and chow-main from 5:3C p.m. to J p.m.. topped by xippy entertainment. Funds $1 for adults. SOc for children will equip teevee and recreational facilities at the Vets Hospital here This is the chapter ringing with action comprising mostly southwest gals who take only victory for an answer. When just 10 days old. they tossed a smor= szcrd that outpitched Old Scandia. says Ida Forer Chairmen are Mrs. Philip Coe and Mrs. Herman Goldstein Also young, but hot. is another group — the Miami Beach League of Women Voters. Two of its sparkplugs are Lillian Babel and Sally Bromb^rg. With others, they're compiling a Know Ycur Town survey, first step toward promotion from the provisional status now given them by the national League They're tending out a call for more members Staunch member is Mrs. Harry Zuckermck. so slertly League-minded that no one was the :e = s: surprised when dag button-holed Bill Baggs recently and. instead of comrr.endirg him on his speech which he probably expected 1 she promptly said: "I'm glad to see that you like the le-i'jf of Women Voters." His prompt reply: "I'm crazy about !hem." Her smooth retort: "You should be." JOTTINGS: Mannie Tanenbaum and his wife are 5er.ai.ieJy cordiaJ guys. N W :When they re glad to see t.-t\ -..> it with a great big embrace' One man *ri November 4th. whattw: ee, is Ted Press. Reason— ? T: the birthday of their twins, now 14: Stanley and Glenda Steinmans' small daughter is 3 l i. And a honey Alar. K. "t"s seductive band is at the Sorrento, not the Shelborne WeU Jockit. No more space %  M n ^-_^_ a q _:< than Hi • t seal I : 50.00i' ;i X-rays giv< %  year "Seal id l SUNSHINE FASHI • %  • e V S pat off. Miami • Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale Wel P* 1 Going Formal? Fennel w t a r t>t it itfiy c'ti-ra. mrt f = cece I ttea Co.T.o.eU ;_tt.ts 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING at PACKING PHONE 48-2084 UNIVERSITY U MEN'S SHOP 2128 Ponce De Leon Bouleyard Coral Gables WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AN Pjj> NEW YORK OR VICINITY .vjjfi THE MLDDLEWEST AND CALlFOt LONG DISTANCE DOOR WITHERS VAN 1000 NX. 1st A TO. MIAMI'S OLDEST F U R N I T u B 6



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NOVEMBER 14, 1952 +Je*Uhtk>rkU*r, sonally Speaking... PAGE 7A Mrs. Nathan Tudor, of Ith Avenue, Miami, anic birth of their second aid Leslie, last October Bris vyas on October lh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph as Godparents. Sandek Schaffer. Rabbi SamItei officiated. ft ft ft etely recovered followIx-month illness is Mrs. 5t< ir, of 1325 Meridian Miami Beach. ft ft Ifiist born, daughter Dale [has arrived to Miami Ichitect Leonard H. Glas|his wife, Teri. ft ft ft Id Mrs. Joseph B. Pomk 1535 West 21st Street, Island No. 4, announce if their daughter. Avis It Saint Francis Hospital briber 2nd. The new arIhc sister of David MichIWilliam Allan, 3; and Craig, Hi. Maternal rents are Mr. and Mrs. cdei. of Chicago, IllinIternal grandmother is pllie Pomerance, of 441 |vo Alto Drive, Miami ft ft ft Id Mrs. Arthur M. Kahn, ion Avenue, Miami %  announce the birth of \: brother, Albert Lee, on 8th. at Saint Francis Grandparents are Mrs. ahn and Mr. and Mrs. Todd, all of Miami. Anbirth of their son, drew, at Saint Francis m October 31st, are Mr. Burton S. Kahn, of V Road. Maternal :its are Mr. and Mrs. hi r, of Richmond, Vir1 grandmother is L Kahn, Miami The new fathers arc i sins. V ft ft Dr a two-week tour of last week was Florleedman, member of the pager's Office staff, Milch. ft ft ft Id Mrs. Sidney H. Palmson. Morty, spent the with their daughter, D( the University of FlorGainesville, during the |o:iiecoming there. ? ft ft |I:ving Jacobson, her son, and mother, Mrs. Morris I, have returned from ChiIhere they attended the f. vah of Brenda Shapiro, k of Mr. and Mrs. Sol *i Convalescent Home fg in Care to the Elderly and H> III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv o. Diets Strictly Observed i"d Semi.Private Rooms tEC ALLEN. Director J3' S.W. 12th Avenue Inone; 2-5437 and 9-0278 f !" and „ M "A ^on Liebman, of 342 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, left for the north to spend a year with their children Mr and Mrs. Moe Tarr, of eamden, New Jersey. A farewell party was tendered them by their brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Abram Dorff, 972 SW 3rd Street, Miami. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg were hosts to residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged last Wednesday evening in honor of their son's birthday. Mrs. Louis „ Makovsky was in charge of entertainment. ft ft ft Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg of 2382 SW 15th Street, announce the birth of their daughter, Judy Lynn, at Saint Francis Hospital, on October 24th. Mrs. Feinberg the former Ethel Mintzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, Miami. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg, of Dover, New Jersey. Flamingo Chapter To Hold First Member Social Flamingo Chapter, B'nai .B'rith Women, will hold its first Membership Social at Moose Hall, 305 East 32nd Street, Hialeah, on Wednesday, November 19th. The day has been proclaimed as B'nai B'rith Day by Mayor Henry Milander, according to Mrs. Ida Optner, temporary publicity chairman. Members of the Chapter, as well as those who will join on the 19th, are scheduled to sign the first B'nai B'rith Women's charter of the area. Guest speakers will be Harry Goodmark, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; Sidney Aronovitz, president of the B'nai B'rith Metropolitan Men's Council; Milton Friedman, National Youth Commissioner; and Mayor Milander. Hostesses at the affair will be the temporary officers who include the Mesdames Ted Robinson, president; Eli Rainbow, Irving Seligman and Joseph Newman, vice presidents; Harold Kravitz, treasurer; Mitchell Wolfson, corresponding secretary; Morris Miller, recording secretary; and Vincent Pinto, counselor. Raphael Steinhardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt, 4560 Adams Avenue, Miami Beach, will become Bar • Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday morning, 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade student at the Nautilus School. Grandparents Attend Panics Bar Mitzvah Laurence Alan Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Parnes, 2001 SW 19th Street. Miami, will becomeBar Mitzvah, tomorrow morning. 9 a.m., at the Beth David Synagogue. • ri w i 1M The oar Mitzvah attends the Beth David Religious and Sunday Joseph Lauer Is Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow •At Hebrew AeatkMiiyrReeeption'FoIlows Joseph Isaac Lauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer. 345 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, November 15th, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a member of the June, 1953 Graduating Class of the Academy and has 'jeen a student there since its inception five years ago. He is a regular member of the panel show. Greater Miami Hebrew Academy Quiz Kids appearing weekly on the Jewish Forum of he Air. He is also a charter member of the Young Judea Group Palmach. Aaron S. Lauer. father of the Bar Mitzvah, is one of the pioneers and founders of the Hebrew Academy and is its current supervisor. He is a member of the Young Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach and recording secretary of the Hebrew Academy Fathers' Club. Mrs. Lauer. who is a member of the Board of Directors. Hebrew Academy Women, also serves as secretary-auditor of the Daughters of Israel. Relatives and friends of the Lauer family coming to Miami Beach for Bar Mitzvah occasion are Mr. Isidore Lauer, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fiigman, Mr. Moses Hoenig and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron | W. Hoenig, all of New York. Guests arriving from Baltimore. Maryland, are Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Drsizin. Following the services, a Reception and Kiddush will be held at the Academy in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. \bbi J. Amttel and S. Silber unce the Opening' cf the fTKL BAMAZ Dining Room u the Public) TLY KOSHER FOOD —.jo p-rm&f Service Available WASHINGTON A?E. 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Other speakers included Miss Charlotte Epstein, assistant principal of The Lear School, and Mrs. Natalie Jordan, supervisor of the Primary Division. Tifereth Israel Meeting Members of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet on Monday evening, November 17th, at 8:30 p.m. BUSINESS CARDS EMBOSSED IN BLUE 6 Lines Only 4.95 for 1.000 (Postpaid) Healey Printing Service 532 Avenue Madeira Coral Gables 34. Fla. N< i C.O.I'. l.V K.n ii A.Mm. nal Una Laurence Parnes School and the Shenandoah Junior High School. He is a member of the Beth David Teen Age Bowling League. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah. and Laurence's brother. Edmund, will conduct the Musaf Service. Mr. and Mrs. Max Engelberg, of Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, his grandparents, will be here for the occasion. Kiddush will follow the ceremony. Beth David Sisters To Hear Book Review A regular meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held on Wednesday, November 20th, at 1 p.m., in the Synagogue. In the absence of its president. Mrs. Harry Lauffer, who has gone to Philadelphia to attend the National Sisterhood Conference. Mrs. Max Bergman, 1st vice president, will preside at the meeting. Mrs. Phil Abrams, Program chairman, announces a book review by Mrs. Harold Kaufman on A Walker In The City, by Alfred Kazen. ROOM & BOARD AVAILABLE Refined family have one room available for season. Delicious kosher-style meals, television, etc. Levinson. 1334 N.W. First Street, Miami. Ph. 82-2858. WANTED MIDDLE AGED JEWISH WOMEN to share apartment. Reasonable. Apply Apt. No. 1. Mrs. Isaacs. 1361 S.W. 7 th St. FOR RENT Large, airy room, kitchen privileges, to lady, very reasonable. Near Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Ph. 58-7692. FOR SALE New restaurant, all new equipment, in Immokalee, doing flood business. Large walk-in icebox, cottage sleeps 4, can get liquor license, selling because ot illness, must be seen to be appreciated. Lot 100x100. LENA'S RESTAURANT. IMMOKALEE. FLA. ——————————-——— I. 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^wiisltUEIIiDipidliiQun h FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1952 SEC. B world affai.-s, will hear a special report by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, executive vice man of the UJA. who returned to this country late last week following consultations with top Israeli leaders and with the overseas directors of the Joint Distribution Committi e. Dr. Schwartz conferred in Paris with JDC directors for countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and met in Jerusalem with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, as well as with leaders of th" Jewish Agenid Jewish Appeal Will Inaugurate | Annual Campaign In New York City Y< IRK — American Jews in 1953. will mark one of the I aries 01 m idern times as they participate in the 15th Nationwide Campaign of the United Jewish Appeal which i hed next month in New York City at an extraordinary jv UJA National Conference. I ; | M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA, in callr; ,i..in to the three-day [ %  irmed it "a momen• which will signal the United Jewish Ap[i. nth year of life-savnference, to be held at Waldorf-Astoria Hol Saturdi y and Sun. r 12th through 14th, I ethi r !'• %  'i'e than ieo untry's mest promwish leaders wh >se four%  will be: K and asses the 1953 Tof Israel's immigrants, in European and Is and refugee new• the United States. (2) [ r53 United Jewish ipaign objective. (3) | A National off in is. United Jewish Apl ear of humanitarian Jews throughout the D %  „. ; noted that the Concoincide with the 1 s of Chanuka and that a n will be devoted to ki vance by the more than nbled delegates and I n to charting the Unf, Appeal's 1953 Caminaugurating the UJA's liar of service to the Jewpie, the Conference will jrve as a final national ralfpjint for the presentation p.munity proceeds on the current special drive to $.13,000,000 in cash. burg also pointed out that |i -18.000.000 of this specort-term goal has already and that the $17,i sh balance must be re the end of the year, .-day Conference, to .1 by outstanding figin American, Israeli and Israel will hove plenty to give thanks for if you... cy to determine the needs the United Jewish Appea seek to meet in its 1953 paign. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE insion Up rer Kibbutz I \h AVIV (JTA) — Renewed Ml between the Mapai and has developed following bcision by the Agricultural pcil of the Histadrut to dithe collective settlement of I Harod between the Mapai [Mapam members of the colalong the line of a wadi jh runs through the settleBpam representatives at the adrut's agricultural council tessed their opposition to this fsion and left the meeting afb stormy debate. They defed that the Mapam members Tin Harod would not abide phe decision and insisted that division of the settlement bid be made by splitting the butz into western and eastern r n the other hand, the Mapai Mapam Parties have come 8" agreement over the future Noar Oved, the labor youth f'ement, and thus managed to off a threatened split in | youth labor organization. Unthe agreement, the work of organization will come under | control of the Histadrut, with orite youth being educated in rdance with the principles of Histadrut. Three representaks of the Histadrut executive participate .in the Noar Oved cutive council. The Communin the movement opposed the emct. I Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior! This iuperb, roaster-fresh coffee is actually brewed for y ou. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens ..hen transformed into millions of miracle Flavor Buds You just add hot water.. and instantly tbe bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious toffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A frodtcl d Cwl Foorfl THE ONLY INSTANT COfHEWtTH THAT COOP-TO-THC-IAST-PROP FLAVOR!



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PAGE 2 B During +Je*ist> fhrkfian FRIDAY The Week ...AS I see 11 By LEO MINDLIN WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT DAVID LAWRENCE is guilty of rejecting the poisonous ignorance of lesser men. In ; pre• lection article on November 3rd. he forsaw Dwight Elsenhower's victory ;,nd predicted the landslide proportions that subsequ.r.th .swept the Republican Party back into the White Hous. aftei twenty years of Presidential anemia. This apparently demonstrates Lawrence's political astuten.'ss. He had little outside professional opinion by which to guide the extent of his forecast; most pollsters maintained rigorous silence cr refused to commit themselves beyond expecting a "fairly close race". They remembered their embarrassing -experience in 1948. Lawrence, on the oth\r hand went so far as to suggest that Eisenhower could win without the support of New York. Illinois and California. Miami Symphony Club ll.iSeeond Preview I.HIHII The Second Preview Luncheon of the University of Miami Symphony Club will take place at the Miami Woman's Club. 17;t."> Bayshore Drive, on Friday. November 21st. 12:30 p.m. Edward Clarke will be commentator on the all-Wagner program scheduled for performance the orchestra, with Miss Helen Traubel aguesl soloist, on Sunday and Monday, November 23rd and 24th. Clarke will have two assisting artists, Martha Feagin, mezzo soprano who will sing Traume and %  %  piano WHO will .sing li.iuine aim It turned out that he was correct in his assumption. Had the Schmerzen, with Junia Sells at 104 electoral votes ol these three states gone t.> Adlai Stevenson, the piano the Republican nominee would still be victorious.. Actually. Lawrence reckoned on Elsenhower's capturing the latter two. His doubt concerning New York stemmed from the fact that "then will be an unusually heavy vote of Jewish groups on the Democratic side there". SUCH GENERALIZING IS DANGEROUS. It indicates that 4 Jews have particular interests which they seek to protect in unified Crfl \Pf)CA|1 Tfllllfllll fashion. It implies that they are willing to subvert their roleas •W JvOjVll IVIIiyill American citizens for the purpose of group lobbving lAftlli C T%\ "The Jewish vote", as it has politely come to be called mean, ffllll jUSPCFISS T l8Y Pythian Sisters Will Name Slate WwW.1 a host of different things, each of them eril. to a host of selfr .MOTP • iwj t *w u,ule ^Onesday designated sociologists. Some feel that "the Jewish Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell is chairi man of the social activities. Studio M Opens A check for the Miami Beach Jewish Center R e l Scholarship Fund is presented to Rabbi Irvinn 2&T itual leader, by Larry Niditch. treasurer, and nW3 secretary ol the Miami Beach Young Adults. TheT raised at a dance given by the Young Adults. --.— —. ..._. .... „„...... group" is completely composed of wild-eyed Communists who. in secret relations with Mosccw. plot the downfall of the United States. Others seriously dub the Jews "International Capitalists" who represent the essential foundation of Wall Street and who. as world financiers, control cartel industrial empires, technology and the arts. Mon evalent ;• haps, is a confused image ol these two exI %  nes which portn • m with sidelocks, pointed beards and skull heme to attain s mi vicious, personal end never clearlj In eithi ntation in function ol anti-Semitic proi us oi • For. in the Loeo murder case. George Keathcomponent parts of a hard core that '''>' %  director, said. According to in t< •ndiviHllol ,1 ..•..•..,,,..• .i. i ... Kaathlav R.,^.. ...Ill r.. Patrick Hamilton's play. Rope.' will h ( featured at the Studio: M Theater tonight, 8:40 p.m., in its Bird Road playhouse. The production will ring up the curtain of Studio M's third season here and is scheduled to run for two and a half weeks thereafter The psychological, suspense i >m th,. Leopold: murder case, George KeathOfficers of Roosevelt Temple No. 33. Pythian Sisters, will meet today, 12 noon, at Jonesy's Restaurant Nomination of officers for the forthcoming term J low during a meeting onfc day evening, Novembe-1 P m %  a t 500 SW 17th A nate its individu acteristics to tl I legree of anonymity wl • • %  equin IN LIGHT OF THESE \ views, the Jew is a : ipl< f demoi racy. But tol' •• • It carries negative rather ; : '%  tones and assum. tacit %  gn tioi : n pr ssed : '" A levelling factoi • reduce differences, the phil• ; '• : : l> v ng may oftei rai n I trs l upon : '-" ; e hatreds when il ....... strains ,,, tl | : pagai The fate of the Jewish community in contemporary Soviet Russia is a case in point. Originally a civil offense. anti-Semitism nas evolved as a signifcant factor in the Kremlin's governmental scheme. USSR leaders have sponsored this religious bias until it is now a prevalent social malady. Jews there are currently regarded as "cosmopolitan bourgeois Zionists" whatever that mean?) who will not relinquish their individuality and who represent a threat to the Soviet mediocracy. enci ngling out ol "the Jewish vote ; eason. II makes of the Jewish community here o V • ,:' : '' wh, <* may fall the arrows ol futun dis; ,' %  % % % % %  however, is the tact that tabulated staling on 1> vember 4th. disprove the existence ol FLORIDA MAY BE USED as an exampl, of the nations gen• n Day Normally expected to support Stev!" tic defection added to the magFlorida's residents gave the Republican nominee some 87.000 votes more than hi, opponent. If there were a specific group in clmat.on. should have been apparent as a uniform L.oVm STS?' Wh6re lh e is a "ncentrated Jewish population of acout 50 000 persons. Such did not prov, ,he case, however ,hi Illinois Governor was outpolled by close to 26.000 votes [ %  r ** UJ analysts ol prec.net balloting here indicates that Gr< iter • m, part in %  £f r i A: '• %  Predominantly populated by Jewish per sons expressed their po itical preference by social and economic Station rathe, than by falsely preconceived sociological notions How manv of these Jews are former Northern Republican" r ,n h Keathley, Rope will feature sevplayers who have not apjpeared in Miami previously. The list includes Eliot Field. a New York radio actor for the pasl three years. Field will be i ast in the role of Ruper Cadell. Others are Gene Marlowe, a Univi rsit) ol Miami Ring Theater actor, as Granillo; Corinne Cichon, drama major from DtPaul University, as Leila: and Richard Stengel, member of the Coral Gables Country Club Little Theater, as Professor Kentley. Brandon, the male lead, will be played by a Studio M regular Alan Mixon. Completing the cast is dangerous for IJ 8 M >' r t'e Rogers, as Mrs. Debenham Rope is the 11th Studio M proI duction. ATTENTION ATTORNEYS CORPORATION OTTFIT] Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLOR1DIAN at 2-4366 MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Smmtther 1 Tastier! Frether! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Savings. Loan Officials Attend New York Meet Greater Miami and Florida \ %  cl Loan Aajociation of• led by Joseph M Lipjon. president of the Florida League, left Miami last weekend to attend the National Convention of the US Savings and Loan League at the statler Hotel in New York. Savings and Loan Associations throughout Florida now hold $600,000,000 in savings The more than 6.000 such Associations frunp of traditional S,u^^ Wd more than VOTERS IN THE SOUTH BEACH region, for example [avored !nd V ''hove & a OUl | 2 1 L n ,h Uur hand P—nc,s ,ndudmg, and above No. 27. which serves as a convenient dVrnarkation for he ftgk*, -eversed th,, same ratio, with Eisenhower largely running \ A, Sim w r Ei,enhower Preference obtained in the precincts SSSlSl M r ,am, K c ral Way ThUS Whi,e ,h '~ in-rnr pre crat.c Party, the middle and upper income groupings noted here also heavlv populated by Jew,, voted Republican In this re gard it I. .mportar.t to ob.erv, that the non-Jewish, low income J L f a ;: 9, n 9"fy "w.d the South Bezch tabulations contrar.ly. the hnanc.ally opulent sections, restricted to Jewish res.dants. ^corded a heavily Republican score This balloting pattern ,,. : • ., Id, New York C.,y. i. %  £% •" %  • •'• '^rf Catl %  'I \\^ SUCH DEFECTION FOLLOWED A VIGOROUS ti ut !h :,t: • nd in'.ellsctkw tiona did not o! dkn sues" — high tax But it is important to DOfia that everywhere JewUh opinion and the reasons for its individual expression found their parallel in other groupings. 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NOVEMBER 14, 1952 *Jewist noridSan Book Month To Be Ushered In November 16th; Reviews Featured ssh Book Month will be heralded into Greater Miami by a ish Book Festival meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Ceninday, November 16th, 8 p.m. county-wide Festival will feature a symposium on Great In Jewish Literature, with Rabbi Morris A. Skoo, of Coral ewish Center, speaking on Jewish literature in English; News of Jewish Book Month activities and book programs will be heard on most local radio stations following schedules of such activities by Joseph Duntov and Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, radio chairmen. Publicity is in the hands of Seymour B. Liebman and Louis Schwartzman, co-chairmen. The Jewish Book Council has arranged for book review services to all Jewish organizations during PAGE 3B turman, instructor of the of Jewish Studies, prelYiddish literature; Louis zman, executive director Jureau of Jewish Educalecting Hebrew literature; Ibbi Irving Lehrman, of {mi Beach Jewish Center, as chairman and modersymposium will be supked with a recital of Jewtk Month events by SydFrechling Tapped' For UM Iron Arrow Honorary Al Frechling. vice president of the student body at the University of Miami and a member of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, was tapped into Iron Arrow, highest men's honorary society on campus, last Thursday. The Homecoming chairman was also named to Who's Who In American Colleges And Universities on the same day. Already a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, highest national honorary society, Freehling has captured the coveted big three awards. He is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and transferred to the University of Miami from the University of Alabama in February, 1951. He has held many positions in Student Government work and is now on scholarship as publicity director for the University Miami Band of the Hour. A Senior majoring in Government, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Freehling expects to enter the field of Public Relations upon graduation. HEADS JWV Beach Center ns Studies Opei JEWISH BOOK MONTH Novemln-r 7 December 7, 1952 I. UrecuDerg, educational dlof Temple Beth Sholom tiairman of the local Jew4>M>k Council, and musical ers by Cantor David Silban of the Miami Beach JewI Center. Arrangements for meeting are by Beryl Mormd Morris Honigbaum, |rum chairmen. .ish Book Month was ited by an extensive Jewish Exhibit at the Bayfront lie Library in Miami on No:,er 9th, and will last for entire week. Rare and books revealing the re scope of Jewish literature <>n display with illustramaterial and free book lists. Exhibit will move on Noiber 16th, to the Miami Beach lu Library for another week's lay. The Exhibits are under [direction of Mrs. Joseph DunI and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum. special feature of the exhibit series of rare books from the lary of the world renowned felist, Sholem Asch. Mr. Asch, kinter resident here, has also |t a number of religious articles showing. l*rs. Duntov is also arranging Jewish book exhibits at the la mi Beach Junior and Senior gli Schools, North Beach Elepntary, Central Beach, Silver iff. North Beach Elementary, •ayne Elementary, Nautilus, knandoata Junior High, Miami |*iot High, and at the branches the Greater Miami Jewish D.'iimunity Center. Jewish Book Montn. Trie reviewer list includes Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. David Andron, Gilbert J. Balkin, Joseph Duntov, Ben Essen, Mrs. Ida Feinerman-Joffe, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Molly Glazer, Dr. M. J. Glick, Sydney J. Greenberg, Milton Kurman, Louis Lasavin, Mrs. Bella Lehrman, Abraham Levitan, Mrs. Simon Lipton, Dr. Donald Michelson. Leo Mindlin, B. Morrison, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi David Shapiro, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Mrs. Alfred Stone, Rabbi Alexander Gross, Mrs. Ruth Geller, Herbert Berber and Louis Schwartzman. A list of selected Jewish books of 1952 has been submitted to Jewish organizations for choice in review. The Festival will be concluded by a city-wide meeting for Miami at the Miami Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on the concluding day, December 7th, 8 p.m. The meeting will feature Contemporary Jewish Literature, with a symposium composed of Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation; D. Sedletsky, Yiddish writer on national and social problems; and Herbert Berger, Bureau of Jewish Education. Leon Kaplan will act as chairman of the meeting, with a musical program by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Supplementary plans are under the direction of Joseph Duntov. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces the opening of its Adult Institute of Jewish Studies on Wednesday evening, November 19th. The Institute, which has been conducted by the Center for several years, is affiliated with the National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Courses will be divided into three semesters: a Fall Series from November 19th, to December 17th; a Winter Series from January 14th, to March 4th; and a Spring Seiies from April 8th to May 6th. Among the courses offered will be Modern Hebrew Language, A Bird's Eye View Of Jewish History, Our Bible, Dramatic Moments In Jewish History, The Life Of The Jew, Our Customs And Ceremonies and Modern Jewish Literature. The National Academy has accredited the courses and will award certificates of progress upon completion. The faculty includes Rabbi Lehrman, Saul Rabin, educational director of the Center Religious School, Mrs. Aida Barad and Mrs. Miriam Solkoff. Mrs. Harry G. Rogers is chairman of the Adult Education Program of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Jesse Moss, of New York City, recently elected National Commander of Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, is a former assistant US Attorney. From 1939 to 1941, Moss served as a Special Tax Prosecutor under appointment by former Attorney General Frank Murphy. A World War II veteran, he was a major in the US Army Signal Corps and served in the European Theater. Form Film Group At M'nivcrsitu The best in movies of the past, both American and foreign, will be presented this winter at the University of Miami's Lowe Gallery by The Film Society. Organized this summer by 11 founding committee members headed by Mrs. John Hawkes, The Film Society got under way after enlisting the assistance of Gallery Director Allan McNab and the facilities of the gallery. The program committee, comprised of Robert Draper. Mrs. Charles Quackenbush. Mrs. Malcolm Ross and Tripp Russell, has selected 20 films from which 15 will be chosen for showings this year. Opening date is Sunday. November 30th, 8 p.m., with Ruggles Of Red Gap. starring Charles Laughton, as the first presentation. Also on the bill will be a March of Time short titled. The Movies March On. | Bonds For Bar Mitzvah Become Traditional Here The practice of presenting Israel Bonds as gifts on significant occasions is becoming increasingly popular, according to BIG officials here. The Bond for Bar Mitzvah drive, hardly a month old in the Miami area, seems already to have become a traditional way by which to commemorate in lasting fashion the festivity and solem_ ni, v of Confirmation. Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, who was Bar Mitzvah here recently, was presented with a $100 Israel Bond purchased for him by his parents. Mrs. Rebecca Rubinowitz, his grandmother, has purchased another $100 bond to mark the occasion. Officials here indicated that the Bar Mitzvah himself, not to be outdone, bought a $50 bond to augment the current Issue. Another family followed the pattern set for Bar Mitzvah occasions when Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Margolis purchased a $500 bond for their son, Stephen Carl Davis, who was confirmed here. His grandmother, Mrs. Emanuel Gordon, and his aunt, Miss Reba Gordon, also bought bonds at that time. In similar fashion, Edwin Michael Ginsburg was presented with a bond by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, on the occasion of his recent Bar Mitzvah. "WE EDUCATE FOR SUCCESSFUL, GRACIOUS LIVING" Nursery Through High School SfMrfoUt. Beautiful Campus IndoorOutdooi Classes 75' Pool on Canthus Academic-Commercial Courts NEW CLASSES NOW BEING FORMED £eaA 1010 West Ave., M.B., Ph. 5-0606 IIr. Miller Gives Dentistry Talks Dr. I. Franklin Miller, dentist of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, will conduct a two-day post-graduate course in full mouth reconstructive dentistry for the Greater Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity on November 15th and 16th. Dr. Miller will stress the procedures in preserving teeth and the usefulness of such preservation to appearance, comfort and confidence. Dr. Miller is a graduate of the Pittsburg School ol Dentistry. Florida will be the 16th state in which he has given similar presentations. He has also lectured in Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and San Domingo. Cardiac Home Chapter Views Fashion Show The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its annual membership tea at Melvin Cohen Hall. 4520 West Flagler Street, on Tuesday, November 18th. 1 p.m. The afternoon will be highlighted by a fashion show from Altheas. Chairman of the tea is Mrs. Louis Wolfe, with Mrs. Michael Blank assisting. Dr. Blumenthal Will Speak In Hollywood Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, consulting psychologist of Miami. will be guest speaker at the Hollywood Jewish, Center on Monday evening. November 17th, 8:15 p.m., it was announced by Rabbi Jacob Honig, spiritual leader of the Center. Dr. Blumenthal will present a special film and discuss Psychology And Marriage. A specialist in the emotional problems of adults and children, for 20 years, Dr. Blumenthal has been awarded the Diplomate in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. 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PAGE 4 B +Jewi&tfk>rkUt*r) FRIDAY. NOvat] Our UN Newsletter B> ARTHUR LEWIS (Copyright, 1952, J< wish Telegraphu A • fncj SF < •}JM ?<-. Mrs. HarUNITED NATIONS — II could be said thai an'a election a*s rapporteur ol the Third Committei ation for Israel's missing the vice-pn • \ embly by such .1 narrow margin thi re is this sorl of club h >use attitude i < job? here. However, her appointment which is a personal one, unlike si me, such as the vice-presidency which are national, is due to herself as a capable representative of her country and her set. Mrs. Harman, who is an energetic young mother of three children, quite frankly admits the latter in considering the reasons for her being so honored. It lias become a tradition in the Third Committee which is the Social Committee to have a woman as one of its officers. Last year. Madame Figuorea, the charming and beautiful i delegate from Chile, was president. In fact, the Third Committee lias become known as the Women's Committee for it always has ,i large number of women delegates — there are about a do/en worn| en in the committee this year. Although she has been with the Israeli delegation a little more than a year, Mrs Harman has lierume well known for her s.'.cial I work here as she was on the executive board ol UNICEF, the rhild:< n's emergency fund, and was a member of its programs committee. When she was elected to the position of rapporteur. an Afghan who was her opponent, announced that hail he known he was running against a woman, he would never have allowed his name to be pul forward. This remark was the occasion for some mirth in the committee and can only be taken as an example ol Moslem chivalry and not ance. It is not true, as has been said, that Mrs. Harman is the first li delegate to told an office at the United Nations. Dr. Jacob Robinson was elected vice-chairman of the Sixth (Legal) Commitcouple ol year.ago. Israel is a member of the Social Com' : and !):. George Lethan was appointed rapporteur of thai body. As a result of being a member of the Social Commission, Isis on the executive board of UNICEF, and its representative was Dr. J. Baror, who was succeeded by Mrs Harman. However. Mrs Harman is the first Israeli woman delegate to receive an ap-l pointment and the only woman at this Assembly to hold an office. Ever -nice she graduated from the London School of Econom,: Harman I ted in social work. She was in J Idren's department of the Social Welfare Bureau of i.-.-J DRFSS RFHEARSAL lor The Hebrew Academy's Armistice Day Program ij right) James Dublin. Sidney Shapiro. Valerie Mamches, Irving Kelemer, Melvir
    f the Religious School will participate in the program by reviewing the newest children's books, thus highlighting the work which the Sisterhood does in supporting the Religious School's budget, T e Fashion and Toy Parade will be in the nature of an advance showing of the merchandise which will be on sale at the Sisterhood'; Annual Bazaai and Childn :. C .'nival to be held on Granada Center Plans Schedule The Women's Group of the Flegler-Granada Jewish Communits (inter will hold their Annual Mummage Sale the weekend o| November 14th. in Coconut Grove, it was announced here by MiHv (overman, chairman. Assisting will be the Mesdames Ralph Long, Irving Seid and Ben Clein. Men of the Women's Group will pon r a supper at the Center "ii Sunday evening, November \arih Of,^ j -Joint ,•„„„] 3nsiullnti,n The Sisterhood c! fcl Dade Jewish Center hJ ular meeting at the Monday i vening. i Blank presiding. Plans arc undi bined Th inksgivingcJ and the Installation jlfc ter's newly .;. •. %  ~ affair will be held otl 23rd, at t> p.m., ..(cording to Jack day evei v %  ""' Alij ih although a native ,,f London, England, she settled ,; '" ,| '•"• '' %  ''<• Sh< can e to New York in 1950, when her husband ector of the Israel Office of Information but did >in the d. legation till 1951. With her background of social work, Mrs. Harman is most in: : : i %  %  % %  nil Urn problems which come before % %  rticularly the technical assistance in rela• lid. Asa i ither, she had to leave the com' : ; : d plon iti receptions to visit her three>' ,: %  laughter, liana, who was in a hospital with a mild case : ingles. Mrs. Harman has to >.;le she is serving her country in the United Nations but sh that the children are Aery cooperative" and make it possible l l :' mbl c ,! dual functions of a moth,.,and a diplomat ias taught them about the United Nations and her son David : %  • '-' %  •'• Naomi iged 6, are considered experts on 1 Manhattan public school they go to. The flags United Nations decorate th, children's rooms in the Ha, man m the staff of Decen bei 9th and 10th. 7 p.m. In charge of i Max {•,-.. Installation; Helen GrtJ and Dorothy Helfenbea. men of the dinner; at Kaufa an, i luii mar, olod Hostesses toi the afternoon will be the Mesdames ChaileS Tobin. Leon J. Kll. Aaron Fair. Louis P. Krensky and Max Applebaum, announced Mrs. Aaron Fair. Sister 1 ood president, and Mrs. Max Applebaum, chairman ol tin Bazaai Committee, Beth Sholom Sisters v a housekeeper to look after the childStirP Rocaar It om her country in the United Nations hot ^, 0 l0re "^Zaar Items Mesdames Saul Herman, Irving Coin n. in charge Of arrangements. The Center is losing no time in preparing for its gala New Year's Eve affair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stew ait have been named cochairmen. The committee includes Marty Lebar, Martoil.Kite, man. Al Con, r( S( stantm. I., a Rothstein and Mrs. Ben Clem. Also on the agenda of the Center for this month will be the Thanksgiving Turkey Trot and Baffle to be held on Saturday evening, November 29th. Samuel Kirschner is in charge of arrangements. ">—'WWW Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FHONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLA3I Furniture Tope, Beveled Mirrors and Re*u>erin9 Our Sj*i*j LAC. Glass and Mirror Worki 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 348M MORRIS ORLIN 1RVISG GORD0* VAMOUS INCI UJ7 The large*! Menorah ever shipped by air to America recently arrived from Israel at New York's Idlewild Airport. Shown holding the Menorah is Rosey Tendler. El Al Airlines hostess who had custody of the candelabrum from the time it left h rael until it was brought here. The Menorah. which etemds six feet high will be on display a. the" Israel Exposition in New York until December 15th. when it will be lighted officially Z the Chanuka Festival pf Lights which will be held in MadLn Square Garden. Both the Israel Exposition and the Chanuka Festival are sponsored by the State of Israel Bond Drive which provides the resources for Israel's economic growth' then Compare TETLEY TEA with aay other brand tsriim/ NEW PROSTATE GLAND TREATMENT DISCOVERY OF ENTIRELY NEW METHOD NATURE'S WAY. No Drugs. No Surgical Operation PHONE 84-7071 7617 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD STORE FOR In The Heart Of Downtown Flagler Street Sue Approximately 13x45 Feel IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION — SEE IT NOW 28 WEST FLAGLER STREET M. L. FLEISCHMAN — PHONE 9-5509 or 2-4166



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    H~t IVEMBER 14. 1952 Jew 1st npridian PAGE 5 B immunity Leaders Named To JWB Section Offices 01MJCC Features Varied AetirHies For All Age tiroups. Hale Keportt* Varied activities programs at Tropp, GMJCC director of activthe Greater Miami Jewish Comities, will present three different numity Center are scheduled to approaches to the Teen-age | embrace all age groups according lem, to an announcement this week by I The Golden Age Friend Efraim Gale, executive director, j group will meet on Sunday afternoon, 2:30 p.m., ;it the Town Branch. There will be a Bo Review in connection with JewI i.sli Book Monti:. While basketball team representatives 1 all Teen-Age Clubs I of the Greater Miami Jewish mmunitj Center met at the Town Branch Wednesday evening to make plans for a 12-Team Annual Center Intramurals starting at the end of this month. W delegates irom Jewish Community Centers in the South, comprising states from |o Texas, attended the 7th Annual Southern Section Meeting oi the National Jewish Board early this week in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leon Kaplan (left;, past presi|the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was elected president of the Southern Other prominent communal leaders here who were appointed to oiiice are Mrs. firkin (riqht), vice president, and Milton Sirkin (center), chairman ci the Southern Secish Community Center Centennial Celebration Committee. Also delegates irom Miannual meetinq were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Efraim Gale, GMJCC execu:'.or. The Section's next meeting will be held in Miami. Modern dance classes for children of grade school age are now being offered by the Town Branch every Friday afternoon 3:30 p.m.. under the guid; nci instructor Judith Youngerman, A Launching Party Social and Danci has been set for Sunday, November 16th, at 8:30 p.m.. to initiate this winter's Young Adult League activities foi men and women over 20. Emotional And Sex Problems Ol Teen-agers, will be the topic of discussion at the second forum of the season sponsored by the Adult Committee of the FlaglerQronada Jewish Community Center Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Melvyn J. Gardner, Miami psychiatrist. Hal Nappan, assistant supervisor at the Jewish Social Service Bureau, and Emanuel Featured s' FUMIGATION MM, NYLON TENTS %  MMMT mmmir i Ml MSCAYNi BiVD. PH. 2-3 161 WORRY About Your FOOD Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hora D'oeuvrM Mads to Order Rental of CHINA %  SILVERWARE LINENS pntertainment and all othar details arranged for your formal and informal attain PHONE 3-5463 [NlOHTS, SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS _. BS-1SM JACK & JILL CATERERS N.W. 7th 8t. Off Miami Ava.


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    PAGE 6 B vJewistincridton SSSLSSSS4 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., %  when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will discuss the Weekly Portion. At 4:15 p.m., he will speak on: Old Laws. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos and Maariv. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE schedules late Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate, assisted by the Student Choir under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled as: Chaim Weizmann —Trial. Error And Success. An Oneg S will follow, under ip of Mr. and Mrs. <;•. rge Feller. Floral offerings %  I nd Mrs. David ParneS, SatlU :::.:;_ -irvuvs when the Bar Mitzvah of Lauren Parries will take Student services are at :c:30 a • • • TIFEP.ETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE R will hold • ,i !t a.m. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER egulai • Fridth Re\ Rudolf E. Bri ting, The Ones Saturd t< r which Mincha for 5:1 • CORAL G IBLES JEWISH Aleph All • s, Junior • I B'ril M rri A SK p, Saturi I for 9:3 : A/A ti i hi aded Gi rgi \A feoe, presi lent ist in the ritual, with Cantors Robert Fischer and Sidney Indgin presenting the musical portions <>f the liturgy. Stanley Beiley will discuss: What A7.A Means To Me. The service GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORTS Mv you. roof rtpalrod now; fmu will save en a new roof laUr "Satlefaetory Work by Enpirlinctd Man" 414 I. w. and AvoniM ••HONK 4.1 is scheduled to mark the first : appearance of the Center Choir in the new addition of the Temple under the directfon of Leon Schiff. Choir master. Canter Irv! ing Robinson will chant the Kidj dush of Sanctification. Subject (of a sermon to be delivered by j Rabbi Skop is scheduled as: Shall AZA Join The High Y's In ; The Public Schools. Lefcoe will | discuss: A Promising Journey. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate and discuss: What : Shall Our Attitude Be Toward Mixed Marriages 0 The subject j of his sermon is based on the Weekly Portion of the Torah I Saturday morning services will b< at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar Mitzvah of Raphael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt. will take place. Cantor Samuel Kelcmer will render the musical pori: .us of all servii • • • FJ..-1GI.FR -GRAN ADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will i s. turday morning services al ii a.m. Daily services an %  7:30 a.m. • • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will h ild Friday evening 30 p.m., with : : :. %  man issii A Prince Has Falli n Tl rmon be in ti it I thi late Dr Wi izmann. Saturday ervici n .,: 9 a.m ]. %  n will dis'.'. Porti m. An af• %  n Bib! for A p.n : II wed by Mincha and s Dail i are ..i 8 •> m and at 5:30 • • • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will ; I Fri i ly evening services at 8 15 p.m., with Rabbi Ettinger officiating and Alexander Cohen assisting. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating and discuss' ing: Can We Censor Jewish History? The topic of his sermon is dedicated to Jewish Book Month and will include surveys of three I works by Mead and Herzog, Alan Tarshish and Elmer Berger. A j special tribute to Dr. Chaim Weizmann will follow. • • • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 am., when Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky will discuss: For A Great Prince Hath Fallen In Israel. The sermon will be B memorial tribute to Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first president of the Jewish state. wh p passed away early Sunday. Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory AMvat Infest—**>! ttjuw Byer, Ortkodoi %  ""• lath B< • >"•'"" Beach Beth David K..1.I.I Max Bhsplro. Conaervatlve, MIS sw 3rd Ar„ Miami, „ n~ Beth El— I>r. Shmaryahu Bwtrsky, Orthodox. MS BW 17tl. Av*., Miami Beth Jacob Rabbi Mosoa fc n yg' %  riho.l..x. 301-311 \\ah. Av. MiBeth Shoiom Rabbi I n Kronlan. Liberal, tin Chaaa Ave., %  • %  • Beth TMah -Rabbi Joaaph Rackovsky. Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ac-, MlCoral Oablaa—Kald.i Morrla Bkop, UDera I, JJ0 Palermo Ava C Oablea Downtown Synaflonue— "T thodOS, 13a NW 3rd Ave Miami. Flagler-Oranada M NW '.lt P a.-. Hebrew Academy Rabbi AU xamlar ,;r..B. orthodox, 91* 6th St., MB Hialeah-Miami Spring! — Kevi ind Ueo Helm 51 E 4t l> Ava Hlali an Hollywood —Rabbi Jacob Motile Con., rvatlve. 2"3" P.-lk 81 Hollyw I Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham s.i. ha, Conaervattve, SIM BTS Mtta T. r Miami Kneseth uraeiRabbi Abraham • %  aal, Orthodox. 1111 Euclid Av< Miami Beach. Miami Beach-U.il.l.l Irving l>hi Conaervatlve, 1701 Woah. Av< \t B Miami Hebrew School Rabl i Simon \i.-n. Orthodox. 1101 BW 12th Ava Miami. North Oade Rabbi Harry Htl riser, fnnaervatlve '• W D xle High* iv, Soi in M North Shore Rabb Mayi > wits, I'onaervatlve, •'•-" "5tb St.. Miami Reach. Temple larael — I'r Joseph Narot, Reform, IS7 vi: Ifth Si Miami. Tifereth Israel — B! N. Miami AV., Wast Miami—Rabbi Alfred Wm fonservallve, 5720 BW lTth si Ml iml Voung Israel Orthdox, l IHl l Ave.. Miami Reach Zamora Reverend li idoll Brill, Connive, *i Zamoia Ave <"oral %  A class in Talmud will be at 3:30 : c inducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz, with a i lass in Etl conducted by Rabbi Swir: illowing ,,i 1:15 p.m. Mincha vill be at 5 p.m., with shale is is concluding the Sabbath rvance. a a KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold early Friday evening services at 5 p.m. The late Friday forum is at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will speak on the general subject of: Judaism And Health. His topic for this week is: The Power Of Prayer, Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m. Afternoon services will be at 5 p.m., followed by a Sabbath Social Hour, Daily services are at 8 p.m., and 5 p.m. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss: Jewish Womanhood. The Junior Congregation will celebrate The Rabbi's Sabbath at 9 a.m. Services will be conducted by children of the Religious School. A Kiddush and collation will follow services, with Mrs. Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Joseph Brenner acting as hostesses Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • ^ ISRAELITE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion. Mincha is at 530 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hoW early Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m. Late services are scheduled for 8:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. The Rabbi will pay tribute to the memory of President of Israel Chaim Weizmann. Blessing the Sabbath candles will be Mrs. Bernard E. Supworth. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss will be hosts of the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor of the birthday of their twin daughters. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 9 a.m., with Junior Congregation services at 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Waxman will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabbat for children is scheduled for 3:30 p.m including a quiz program under the supervision of Mrs. Alexander S. Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sit.mier will be hosts in i honor of their son. Ronald. The Oneg Shabbat is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. The Bar Mitzvah of Joseph I. Lauer, son if Mi. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer, will take place during the mornI ing service. Daily services are at 7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m. • • • YOl-NG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are scheduled for 0 a.m. Mincha is at 9 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos under the sponsorship of Rabbi and Mrs. -1 iseph Waldman, • %  • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will services 11 h W FridaTZ er Abramowit.S^i: discuss: Hosea -ri" '*m Of Love. The One.S'.N "owing will !„. snnn, bb,l i and Mrs. tadoriTSS"*! occasion of their wedT"' versary. Saturday „—'• oaiuraay serial" at 8:4ia.m. Cantor £?> will chan, ,he musical "Ij all services. "'** HIALEAH-MIAMI cp* JEWISH coMuvslnnt will hold Friday eveniniS at 8:30 p.m., with Re ^J Heim; officiating Gilbert Ik director o! Florida's Am31 mation League, will be M speaker and discussM\ Democracy Work. Hosts i Oneg Shabbat f.,||„ win? M Mr. and Mrs. M. Clfcwg urday morning servKtj.5 scheduled for 9 .-, „... wheniS erend Heim w \\ disciis.ll Weekly Portion. Mincha j,, p.m., followed by Maariv. 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    L A Y, NOVEMBER 14, 1952 ZJmhjifhrMKun [Morris Will Head Israelite Center; mat, Fedelman, Becker Are New VFs PAGE 7 B Hi; Morris Hy Morris was elected president of the Israelite Center at a recent annual meeting here. Morris succeeded Irving Sperling in that office when the latter resigned last April. Others elected are Dave Granat, Charles Fidelman and Robert Becker, vice presidents; Mrs. Lillian Becker, recording secretary; Mrs. Min a Krendel, corresponding secretary: Mrs. F. H. Backhaut, assistant corresponding secretary; Albert Wcinberg, financial secretary; and Phil Barocas, treasurer. Murray Parks and Max Parness will be sergeants-at-arms. Auditors include J. L. Levine, Morris Goldenberg and George Graham. Board members include Max Singer, Nat Shenkin, Sam Sandier. Mrs. Phil Barocas, Samuel Ross, Mrs. Ben Katz and Morris Arons. Parliamentarian is Irving Sperling. fling Theater Announces Hrigadoon Casts Production Opens Mfeeember 2 lien Traubel To Be Featured In -Wagner Concert Next Sunday raubel, loading Wag•ii of the MetropolAssociation, will ap"ie University of MiOrchestra under •i of John Bitter on ening, November 23rd, Auditorium and on vning, November 24th, % %  v' itinty Auditorium. • its are scheduled for mnced Mrs. Marie :.i manager, early I : rith : Y PVl I DM Wagner concert will i formancea of the Pret" Act III of Lohengrin, I Rhine Journey, OverRienzi and Tannhauser, )ance of the Apprentices )ie Meistersinger. Traubel will be heard in | J)ngs, Traume and Sehmeriii the Five Song Cycle by fla Wesendonk. She will also pich Teure Halle, from Loh, 1. and the concluding Liebfrom Tristan and Isolda. | |tter will lead the orchestra j Prelude to the opera. %  vpm *S& t\-ov tntr bl lomKnh E. Rackovmkr B45 Michigan Aienut Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 v.wv.v.w.v.v.v.v S I C DRAMA LAUGHTER l'\vish Foruni I>n The Air" Ion: WMIE (1140 on dial) fundays 10-11 A.M. Dduced and Directed by liir.on FIDEN rector llso Often compared to the great Lillian Nordica, the first American-born but European-trained Isolde. Miss Traubel has been presented with the turquoise and diamond brooch of Lillian Nordica by the trustees of the Lillian Nordica Memorial Association. She made her Metropolitan debu in December, 1939, in Die Walkure. Her operatic and concert career was preceded by a career as choir soloist in her native city of St. Louis, Missouri. Miss Traubel's potentialities as an opera singer came to the attention of the late Walter Damrose h when he visited St. Louis to conduct a Sangerfest there. He was so impressed by her fine voice that he wrote a special part for her into his opera. The Man Without A Country, which was produced at the Metropolitan during the spring season of 1936. Following her appearance in the Damrosch opera. Miss Traubel spent a year in New York doing radio work and then retired for another year of intensive study. In the Fall of 1939, she received critical acclaim after a recital at New York's Town Hall and two months later made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera House. Harry L. Shamis Shamis Is Named Area Supervisor Harry L. Shamis has been appointed area supervisor for Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, an affiliate of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, it was announced by GMJCC executive director, Efraim Gale. Shamis was a member of the staff of the Center's Town Branch from 1950. until the pres'• ent time. As staff member, he' was a nursery school teacher and a group worker with the afterscheol, teen-age and young adult programs. Shamis has attended the University of Missouri, Princeton University, New York University and the University of Miami. He holds a Master's degree from New York University. He has been a resident of Miami since 1948. Since his appointment as area supervisor, he has devoted his time to development of afterschool, teen-age, adult and Golden Age activities at FlaglerGranada. The University of Miami's Ring Theater has announced the cast for its forthcoming production of Brigadoon. The musical fantasy will be directed by Gordon Bennett, with musical arrangements by Major Robert Crawford, and choreography bv Phillis Kapp. Tommy and Fiona, the young lovers, arc played by Bob Lynn and Lola Ruth. Tommy's American friend, Charlie Dalrymple, is I Jack Betts. Sally Singer plays %  Meg Brockie. Others are Eloise Dalton as Jane; Sandy Borten as Jean; Ed Krassner as Jeff Lundy; Dave Stern as Frank the Bartender; \ and Kenneth Reid' as Mr. Lundy. Included in the singing chorus are Carlie (cq) Tart, Domenico Nardelli, William H. Coulter, Marvin Tamarkin, William Stevens, Ray Kidd, Murey Cohen, Laurance Collier, Jack Miller, Barry Friedland, Lee Swanson. Cedric Cooke, Robert Altman. Ronald Silverman, Janet Brown, Constance Hanson, Edna Pederson, Eleanor Dunbar, Patricia Beckman, Marlene Feldstein, Edith Sail, Joan Weisman, Eleen Leinecker. Mary Ann Varga, Marlene Gibson, Jessie May Foster, Judy Berke, Helen Pynnanen, Fanya Carter, Madlyn Glassman, Jean Downey and Irene Lofscaard. The dancing chorus consists of Jean McKinnon, Pete Cooke, Kent Lewellyn, Betty Jelinek, Lois Ducoff, Seda Khoyan, Sue Dolinsky, Barbara Fenelon, Marianna Coughlan, Katherine Peck, Mitzi Schofer, Larry Rogers, Robert Rappaport, Quentin Umbenhower, John Rice, Jr., and David Nolve. Israelite Center Affair The Dora Stein Sisterhood and the PTA of the Israelite Center are sponsoring a joint Luncheon and Card Party at the Center on Tuesday, November 18th. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Hyman Gcrsetman and Mrs. Norman Bergrin are cochairmen of the affair. Rabbi Abraham N. Caste 1 As The I GUIDE TO THE PERPLEXED fcogrjn, or th# EnJir%  'Ommunity MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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    :n E J PAGE 8 B ^-" *_; knisl flcridfon FRIDAY NOVEMB O, J A 1 -j* *, ,i Some 600 students of the Beth David Religious School stand in silence during a Memorial Service on Sunday morning followinq the news of the death of Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President of Israel. Cantor Maurice Mamches chants the Memorial Prayer for the world-renowned philosopher, scientist and J man. Jewish National Fund Council Views ilon Recited Radio Talent Join To Herald Ope Democratic Israel. Western Powers T *<" d "< Uroa !" W^hinnton Federal A 0 ,U Building A Democratic Youth mittee <>n blue and white boxes, Israel, was the theme of the proposed a master plan for when the Jewish Na-1Greater Miami JNF box distribuc'-fning ticna! Fund Council of South Florida held its open meeting i.st Wednesday evening at Tempie Beth Sholi Allying Democratic Israel With 1 Western Powi was the problem discussed, according to Rabbi M< -> Mes < ioff presidt :.t f the Ci uncil. Judith Shap: :.. r at Miami h High Si .. %  spent last summer in the new state, :. ke I net ex| iences there. C"-ntor Aaron Weingartcn. of regation Beth Jacob, prenti ; a program oi modern Isi aeli songs. The Reverend and Mrs TheGibSOn responded to the pn citation of a testimonial cer: 1.000 trees planted by the Council in memory of their son, Theodore Gibs n, Jr. Samuei Prosterman, honorary I.:, chairman of th< C uncil. outlined a new series • %  : radio proplanned by the organiza%  n : it thi current year. ManBurstein, heading the tion. Serving on his committee an Mrs Abraham Seltzer. Benja:-..-A Appel. Nathan Oostrov and [rwin Makovsky. Ui ">• 1954 !l..,rling the annual Tag Day \ graduate of Miami Senior solicitation scheduled for DecemHigh School, class of June. 1947, Wilson attended the University ..f Miami and Boot Camp training in San Diego. California. He served as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy at Long Be.,ch there, then returned to the University of Miami for the 194950 school year. Benj. Adler & Geo. J. Abrams A-.' with AA Strictly Kosher Poultry Market, Inc. 315 • 317 N.W. 5th St. Miami — Ph. 2-3673 Shochet on Premises Daily Who'csale & Retail Select ?ou:iry icr n Select Clientele ...I! ..! n I Itnbbl M Rabbi ri : r 21st, will be Rabbi David lie will be assisted by Gil Rappaport. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. Clara Goldenberg and Mrs. Solomon Halpenn. Chairman of a committee for Special Gifts is Leon Ell. Members of Ell's committee are Israel Goldberg, Daniel Broad. Abraham Mason and Rabbis Leon Kronish, living Lehrman and Max Shapi: 0 A new project of the organization is a Youth Committee, headed by Rappaport. Rabbi Alexander Gross, Benjamin Appel. Mrs Bertram Miller, Louis Schwartzman, Zevi Berger and Mrs. Solomon Halpenn are on the Rabbi's committee. On the Finance Committee are Sam Schachno, Cantor Samuel K< lemi r and Ehiel Lesowoder. Si il Ashkenazi, Cantor Samuel Kelemer and Norman Lyons will be in charge of programming Bt the monthly general meetings. Rabbi Mescheloff said, A m vly organized Speakers' Bui' ..is,, available to all organizations seeking to acquaint elves with the work of the JNF 1 ically and in Israel. Rabbis Mescheloff, David Shapiro and i ph Rackovsky, as well as :i Shapiro, Norman Lyons, Sam Prosterman and Leon Ell are members of the Bureau. Of Washington Federal Association At Eve School Some "f Miami's outstanding ] made. Prominent pcru| William (Bill) Wilson, form• rac ij ( talent joined forces last the local area and from | erly of 1948 SW 16th Street. Mi; Wednesday in a luncheon honor; cities will attend, includial ami. was recently elected to the j ng top officials of the new Washdividuals prominent in thea Student Council as representative i nglon federal Savings & Loan i tical. financial and enter! of the Junior II class in the Chi| Association, Miami Beach. world. Washington Federal is fes 1 financial institution with | quarters south : Lincoln] Other guests al the ff Luncheon were Lee Ho lie relations counsel, and; Speig. 1 and Walter Callaa radio station WKAT. the Mesdame's Nathan Bookspan. cago College of Optometry from Jaok amJ pcggy Ba Ty popu i ar Rose P. rtes. Mary Seeman and which he will graduate in Janbriakfast radio team iind Frosty A member of Omega Epsilon Phi Fraternity. Wilson is married to the former Lee Rosenberg, of Miami, and plans to practice here upon graduation. Schedule BIG Day Here December 14 BIG Day will take place here i v. Sunday. December 14th, according to an announcement following a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Greater Miami Committee. State of Israel Bonds. More than 1,000 volunteers will g • from door to door, visiting i very Jewish household in the community, with a goal of obtaining 1,000 new bond purchasers, Two pre-campaign breakfasts are scheduled at the Hibiscus Lodge Auditorium for the briefMartin and Elliot Fields, wellknown radio commentators, jointly sponsored a luncheon Wednesday afternoon at Pieciolo's Restaurant, honoring Jack Gordon, president of the new Association, and Arthur C'ourshon, the financial institution's secretary, with Senator Claude Pepper, its general counsel. Sponsors of the luncheon were among the several Miami radio personalities whose talent will be used in publicizing Washington Federal. Gordon thanked the radio personalities for their participation in bringing the name of the new institution to the public. "I believe that the public is generally unaware of the fact that radio personalities are important to a community in ways other than entertainment." he said. "The announcem< nts of happenings in the business and financial world are amongst the contributions named by radio Tin ability of a new organization to present its story is a basic requin ment foi .-nee, --. and I reel that the SUCCeSS of tile Washington Federal s..\:i ^^ Loan Association Ol Miami Beach will be greatly aided by the cooperation of both the pri SI and radio." Courshon indicated that he felt out of place addressing such a gathering -You're the entertainers." he said, "not I. In addresstivavh I'upils Prenent Play The Sunday School of lit( ami Beach Jewish Cental ious School last week ed the presentation of play entitled. Always On ( which was held on Suncay. Written by SadieW. SepLf play was directed b>" MliJ ette Miller and had as its J Armistice Day. Members of the 6th grai 1 day School class who pated were Robert FrehlajJ an Zimmerman and Trent. Bonnie LandsEHJ the prayer See o' Phc- Ml NAT GANS 3.4616 MM LIFE INSURANCE HtM Metropolitan Lite l"l 907 G s:.:,-f Btt 19 W. f'lB't' SI I WANT MY MM INSURE NCt; ing of volunteers and furnishing ing you, I am sort of reversing them with working kits. The first, the normal procedure of things." ?t*L CC IINC01N ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONE b?97B / of these volunteer meetings will be held on Sunday. November 16th, according to an announcement made by the Council of Organizations. Another meeting of the Board Of Trustees was held last night at the Saxony Hotel, where detailed plans for BIG Day were completed. I GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS Miami Miami Beach 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone Phone 3-3431 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. 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    lY, NOVEMBER 14, 1952 *JeWistn*rMii„ %  I KS SEEK HOMES IN EUROPE By SAM JAFFE (JTA Correspondent in Europe) (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) | \A — There are today approximately 1,200 Jewish disp, rsona in camps in Austria — of whom one thousand have ,, e gince 1949, escapees, refugees, call them what you will called iron curtain countries. f the 220,000 Jews who passed through Austria before 1949. 200 remain. The rest went to Israel and the United States lanada, to Australia and Mexico and the South A-rerican ies. Left now are the residual, hard core cases, the tragic 3mcn and children who, mainly because of past or present found migration opportunities closed to them. The AJDC lo contract its staff, was making definite plans to close its ian office and turn over ihose few still needing help to the rolls of the local Jewish community. Hi in 1949 they started to come, across the borders, mainly angary and Czechoslovakia. There was no mass exodus; it .. sin pie thing to cross the border from these countries. The n one is caught, is ten years in prison; and then there is the danger of being shot by the border guards. But they Singly and in small family groups they trickled across and I the camps. It has become more and more difficult, but they t to come, one way or another. During the past year, about < made their way into Austria in the face of apparently inntable obstacles. And some will continue to come, no matter K;.t the difficulties. for one reason or another, the majority of these thousand eiugees are strictly orthodox, observant Jews. It may be hey find the restrictions placed upon them more galling than in-observing Jews and are willing to take greater risks to eslhem. They were definitely prompted by the desire to giva children an orthodox Jewish upbringing and education. rung very difficult in the countries they come from. Whathe reason, the fact remains that the observant among these ifugees far outnumber the non-observant. %  .. live in the Rothschild Center in Vienna and in two camps US zone of Austria: Hallein, which is all-Jewish, and Aston, has a mixed population. Rothschild is a former hospital be1 -ii the Viennese Jewish community, and is comparatively tsble; Asten and Hallein are unspeakable. The latter was .: forced-labor camp, with barracks made of thin sheets of [ivided into rooms by cardboard walls. Last winter one en. of barracks collapsed under the weight of snow. Toilet and j facilities are rudimentary; keeping the living quarters clean rculean task. he altitude of the Austrian government to these new naws is one of grudging acceptance. It provides 5 schillings 80 ran per day per person for food — less than 20 cents (Engurrency. one and six). In most cases this has to be suppled by JDC. which also allows special grants for medicine ledical care and for religious observance and education. (The ian government does almost nothing about education. In in. where there are nearly 200 children of school age, the rities provide one teacher.) ictically every one of the neo-relugees is registered for emiThis is due not only to present economic conditions in but also because of the Governments and the Austrian E attitude towards non-German speaking people who have the equal right to work, nor to open a business, and only slight hope of receiving Austrian nationality, igration possibilities for this group are definitely limited. in with, a large proportion ai'a Hungarians, and the Hungarota to the United States is, at present, very unfavorable. at they insist on going to America, but the chances elseare also very slim. These religious Jews have large famith numerous children and Australian and Canadian immin visas, which are based largely on the productive capacity I prospective settler, are therefore not available to them, are registered for migration to Israel, but many hesitate at 'ospact of going from one camp to another, of facing an inle period of adjustment without homes of their own. complicate matters still further, nearly every family has r who is not eligible for migration to any country, genM :ause of medical history. And these people are passionate1 i their families. They managed to cling together i -t period of war and Nazi persecution; they will s long as possible the breaking up ot their family units, ai-y of them, by the way, look longingly to England. They lecrd approvingly of the yashivas set up in that country by iudath group, and which, reportedly, lack sufficient scholars. ould love to set up homes in England and send their child•nese schools. They have even sent an emissary to England "d out the possibility of admission for some of them, seeking sroups or individuals that will provide the necessary assurinat tney will be taken care of until they can adjust them1 and make their own way. They have received very little 'agement thus far— but ihy still hope. a group of people'who possess many of the virtues on gn at democracies set so much store. They are God-fear1 family-loving, intelligent and enterprising. They are and make their own way. They are opposed to comand any other form of authoritarian rule. And yet, para%  ••• Hi > find it difficult to gain admission to the very democ*'h> laud these virtues. They do not want to stay in Austria; It not be allowV-d to stay in Austria. Something must be PAGE 9 B Young Judaea Mult* \ov<>nr FimiMr Month The month of November has been designated as Membership Month for Young Judaea, announced "Hairy J. Sonz, chairman Of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, educational youth agency of Hadussah and the ZOA. To increase membership in the ranks of Young Judaea, a local membership contest is being held among the groups. Membership banners will be awarded to clubs that enroll the most new members and register their club by November 21st. Young Judaea is a co-educational organization open to Jewish youth between nin e and seventeen. Kneseth Israel Congregation. 1415 Euclid Avenue, will begin its winter season of Late Friday Services tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, spiritual leader of the Congregation, will again conduct the services and forum following. His opening series of lectures is entitled Judaism And Mental Health. During this first series, the Rabbi, who is a practicing psychologist and founder and director of the Psychological Guidance Clinic at Kneseth Israel, will deal with problems including mental hygiene as taught in the Bible, how to overcome sorrow and grief, control of emotions and mental depressions and how to master them. Cantor Abraham Seif will direct the Congregational singing. Plissner Discusses Controversy Harry Plissner was guest speaker at the Tuesday Luncheon Meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. No. 1591. B'nai B'rith, in the National Hotel. Plissner discussed the public beach controversy of Miami Beach. Lear School PTA Meets The Lear School held its first Parent-Teacher meeting of the school year on Wednesday. Parents of children in the lower school met with teachers to discuss the individual progress of pupils and the general objectives of the school for the coming year. North Dade Men Meet The Men's Club of the North Dade Jewish Cente, will meet on Tuesday evening, November 19th, at 8 p.m. GMJCC Hears Progress Report A combined meeting of Membership Drive workers and Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center heard progress reports last night at the GMJCC Town Branch. The Board voted to extend the Membership Drive until the goal was reached, it was reported by Leo Sheiner, chairman. Emanuel Tropp, director of activities, indicated that the Center now has three active nursery schools in operation and a variety of afternoon programs for children of grade school age. The after school schedule, he said, provides club activity, arts and crafts, modem dance, archery, tumbling and photography. Over 30 teen age clubs, and the youth councils with which they ar e affiliated, are offering a schedule of programs, such as Tuesday night dances* at the Town Branch. The new ballroom dancing class for the junior high school division has already been started. Young adult activities were reported to be more active than at any time in the past, with large numbers being attracted to the Sunday night dances at the Beach Branch and indications for a successful beginning in the Town Branch this Sunday evening at the Young Adult League's Launching Party. On the adult level, it was indicated that a new type of discussion group, centered around the arts, is now being planned by a committee at the Town Branch and that enrollments are being accepted for a ceramics class. Golden Age clubs are also active in all branches. The Adult Forum on Sunday has scheduled a discussion of Teen Agers And Their Emotional Problems. Palsy Urii-v Nets $4,000 Saturday Some 500 women, workers for the United Cerebral Palsy Association, collected about $4,000 during a Tag Day drive held last Saturday throughout Dade County, according to Mrs. Charles Rabb, chairman. Funds collected will be turned over to the Association for operation of its clinic at 1612 SW 1st Street. Mrs. Nathan Glass and Mrs. Harvey Fleischman were cochairmen of the drive. I.oral Singer)* To Take Supporting Holes in Opera tiuild Production's Mexicans Invite Jonas To View Zionist Week Fred Jonas, acting president and membership chairman of the Miami Beach Israel Zionist District, is visiting his mother, who is 89 years of age, in Cuernavaca. Morelos, Mexico. Jonas has been invited by Zionists of Mexico City to speak on highlights "of the Zionist organization, as well as on current conditions in Israel. Local singers will carry the supporting roles in the Opera Guild of Greater Miami's forthcoming productions of Gianni Schicchi and Cavalleria Rusticana scheduled for January 17th through 19th. and La Traviata on February 28th through March 2nd. Starring will be Metropolitan Opera personalities Salvatore Baccaloni, Regina Resnick and Eleanor Steber. Several of the supporting cast are singing operatic roles for the first time, according to the Guild's policy of opening small-role opportunities to as many aspirants as possible, said Dr. Arturo Di Filippi, director, early this week. Making appearances in two operas, Marco in Gianni Schicchi, and Baron Douphol, in La Traviata. will be Fred Riebel, baritone, who has been a member of the Guild since its organization 12 years ago. Riebel has appeared in many concerts and hotels on the local scene and as a soloist with the Philharmonic Society of Greater Miami. Recreating the same role of the Marquis d'Orbigny in La Traviata as he did when he made his debut with the New Orleans Opera Company several seasons ago, will be Alfredo di Monteverde, Venezuelan bass. Monteverde will also sing the role of Ser Amantio di Nicolao in Gianni Schicchi. Mezzo-soprano Frances Maddaford will sing a role in each opera, La Vecchia, in Gianni Schicchi. Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana and Flora in La Traviata. Miss Maddaford, who sang the title role in the Guild's production of Carmen opposite Metropolitan tenor Raoul Jobin on 24 hours' notice, has appeared as soloist with the New Opera Company and Mascagna Opera Company in New York. Singing the roles of Gherardo in Gianni Schicchi and Gaston de Letorienes' in La Traviata, will be tenor William Le Doux. A graduate of Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey, Le Doux j toured extensively with the Westminster Choir for two years I and also played in Lost Colony I dramas in Roanokc, North Carolina. ••. em. \\*gers Will K0* tirie fHfieationm qualifications for City candidates will be an|-y the Miami Beach TaxI Association at its coming | "-up meeting tomorrow in */"'• Carlo Hotel. The • Wns at 10 a.m. ,s sues up for d.scussion R J del; yed committee re" election law revisions. voting on two amendments to the Association's by-laws and support of Greater Miami's InterAmerican Cultural and Trade Center. Efforts to upgrade members of the Miami Beach City Council were admitted by the co-chairmen of the recommendations study, Charles H. Alcock and Simon E. Rubin. Working with them are committee members Abe H. Mazor, Raymond G. Dulaney, Edward J. Cowan and Charles K. Quackenbush. GUILD SINGERS REHEARSE SOLO PARTS IN FORTHCOMING OPERAS—Consulting scores of Gianni Schicchi, Cavalleria Rustician and La Traviata, to be presented by the Opera Guild of Greater Miami this season, are (left, standing) Fred Riebel, Alfredo di Montevered, Tom Judson and Marx Faber. Seated are Charlene Chapman, William Le Doux, Marion Seiiert, Nancy Grethen Firszt, Cecil Sands and Martha Feagin. Absent are Frances Maddaford, Walden Getzman and Barclay Powers.



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    PAGE 10 B Italian Coucil lrutsid< th< Ji vish problems". Israeli Sage Advises Labor liroup udJth Partv also re-ente.s the Cabinet, spokesman for the said here last week. Poale Agudah leaders immediately denied his statement. The Agudah spokesman added that his party would not consent to returning to the coalition unless Premier David Btn-Our ion vields to the orthodox group's demand that a decuion on the conscription of orthodox young women be postponed for another v, r Iruguav Honors State Of Israel MONTEVIDEO (JTA) — In a demonstration of friendship between Uruguav and Israel, the Uruguay Government has named a public school in honor of the Jewish State. At an impressive cerem.nv here attended by representatives of the Uruguayan Ministry Of Education and of the Israel Government, the school v>as given the name. State of Israel. if w i *# fkricUan Armistice Program Held Jointly Here st N itOl v | the C cnop.v ronue and %/ the suthe folllriiish Jews Mark Anniversary LONDON (JTA) — Representatives of the British C ..r.servative. Labor and Liberal Parties spoke at a meeting last week sponsored by the Zionist Federation of Britain to mark the 35th anniversary 01 the publication of the Balfour Declarati n guaranteeing the Jews a national home in Palestine. The Declarati n. contained in a letter lr. m Lord Balfour. British Foreign Secretary, was made public November 2. 1917. • • • • • Teslifv Against Immigration Laws WASHINGTON (JTA) — U national Jewish groups •. Red here against the pr enl n law and tl i %  tion Aet. whicl es effectiv. n December Z4tn They appeared at hearings of the 1 'ff lon on Immigration and Natu tioi en for the American shipping industry also appeared bet r. I Comi issi n to urge n of the McCarran In %  •• :1 L* w ** hich was ng "burdens .n • ar I impi il requirements on iipi • industry • • • • A.II ommittee. ADL Urged To Iteturn DALLAS .JTA) — A resolution reaffirming beliel in the prini les and objectives ol the National Community Relations Advisory incil as the planning and coordinating agency in the field of munity relations, was adopted here at the Annual Conference : the Southwest Region of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. The resolution adopted by 150 leaders of the IF Jewish communities of the Southwestern Region declared that the NVRAC should have the responsibility ol eliminating "such unnecv duplication of efforts and conflict of activities as may occur' in this field. • • • • Invites IOA Leaders To Parley JERUSALEM (WNS) — Premie: David Beii-Gunon nas invited thi heads of the major Zionist organizations in America to a parleyin Israel prior to the holding of the forthcoming meeting of the /.. nist Actions Committee, it was revealed here by Dr. Nahum Imann, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive who said the chairmen of the Agency had joined in the invitation. The purpose of the conference is to discuss American Zionist affairs and The Actions committee session is slated to open on No\ i mber 20th. • • • • • Arab Drive To Halt Bonn Payments CAIRO (WNS) — The Egyptian Government is planning to ask ill Arab states to break relations with the Bonn Government in the i nt the German Parliament ratifies the Reparations Pact with Israt 1, i'. was reported here following a long session of the Cabinet. The Cabinet voted to summon a .-penal conclave of the Arab I., gue's Political Committee with a view to taking joint action inst Western Germany if it does not reverse itself on its intent. n to make reparations to Israel. • • • • • Ih-in.iiil Abolition oft' H.IIIIMIIM Court TEL AVIV (WNS) — A demand that the government of Israel i i a decri e abolishing Rabbinic Courts was made last week in the C inmunist paper. Kol Haom. The writer of the article, a lawyer 1 y the name of Solon.on, charged that the existence i>f court! was "a disgrace upon the Jewish people." The author also demanded the resignation of Rabbi Judah Unterman as Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. Plan Publieation Of \\v Dictionary NEW YORK (WNS) — Formation of a committee to compile and subsequently publish a complete dictionary of the Yiddish language was announced here last week by sponsors of the project who said the undertaking is an independent enterprise in its financing and its direct work. Planned to include all Yiddish words of all countries and regions in which Yiddish has been spoken, the Complete Dictionary Of The Yiddish Language will be similar to the academis and unabridged dictionaries in other languages. Ami i •• an '• held itA Armistice Daj Pr gram %  n ruesdaj m irning. __ ^ Placing wreaths at taph. Washing; n Av Hth Street, Miami Beach, i ,r ..f those wh made preme 11 "rifi ;e were lowin i nizati mi Disabled American Veterans %  nd Auxiliarv. American Legion Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary. Marine Corps League. Civic League, Elks L< dge No. 1601. American Veterans Committee. Chamber of Comnerce. City Benevolent Association and the City of Miami Beach. Maurice Klein, chairman of the program, indicated early this week that speakers included Commander B. Jones, with invocation and benediction by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Reverend Wiley R. Scott, respectively. Scheduled were Taps, performihcea of the Star Spangled Banner and America and advancement and retirement of the colors. jggAY^QVEM m, M Saul Rabin, executive director of the Miami Beach Center Religious School, accepts a film strip machine (T! half of the students, donated by the PTA. Left to *fl Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, PTA president; Rabin; and MR.1, Firtel, chairman of the Breakfast-Get-Together whem presentation was made. Mount Sinai Calls ; Harold Shapiro Re T For Volunteers Beaumont Concert Features Dubois Eugene Dubois, concertmaster if the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra and teacher of violin at the University, will be presented in a recital at the fourth Beaumont Hall Concert of he season on Tuesday evening. \ vember 18th. 8:30 p.m. Dubois came to Miami as con%  ertmaster of the symphony in September. 1950. A native of Belgium, he entered the Brussels Conservatory at the age of 8. and •raduated at the age of 13 with he distinction of being one of the youngest ever to receive a iiploma from the school. He has also held the position )f concertmaster with the NBC ind CBS orchestras and the Metlan Opera House Orchestra. The program Tuesday will include the Sonata in a major, Opus 13, by Gabriel Faure; Ronance in F major. Opus 50, by Ludwig Van Beethoven; the G minor Violin Concerto, Opus 26, )> Max Bruch; and the Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Opus 28. by Camille Saint-Saens. Mr. Dubois will be assisted by Joseph Tarpley. pianist. Hostesses At Meeting Mesdames Sam Nudelman, Simon Englander, Ida Optner and Jean Silverman were hostesses at a Board meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, yesterday morning in the Shelborne Hotel. Volunteers are needed to enroll in the Nurses Aide Course being sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Classes will meet twice weekly at the hospital, 4300 Alton Road, over a period of six weeks. Instruction will be given by i registered nurse, and upon completion of the course, aides will assist the professional staff in the various nursing sections of the hospital. After 50 hours of service on the floors, volunteers will receive their caps. EVERYTHING SOLD WITH A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE HARRY'S KOSHER MEATS LEONARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR CONDITIONED Cur Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel Fill"' %  Jkl FREE DELIVERY PHONE 4-1259 FRESH KILLED POULTRY DELICATESSEN 207 ALMERIA AVENUE. CORAL GABLES MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE ONE OP AMERICAS MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director Sholem Aleichem Vfa Miami Beach attorney | Shapiro has been desip the Bureau of Jewish to deliver a review of t English translation of Aleichem's. The Wandennj] be tore members ol the Beach Chapter, Mizrachi 1 Organization, tomorrow < 8:30 p.m., at the Beth, gogue. The review will : t \ conjunction with Jewish | Month here. LEGAL H0T1CE NOTICE BV PUBLIC*'*! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Off ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cll FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR! COUNTY IN CHANCEIH* 1 No. 154111 8HBILA M 'I i I'KSH | IARRY TIVKER, Dtfei • %  T< i HARRY TITKER Real ;. II %  Ml II Pi .'ii Ad.li. -• it'.: :..:;s I:: YOU Ol % %  : • ; i| lo vn, ,.f youi l •' %  plaint f"i l %  %  r • l attOI nil .,r.l tl Wei in il ffioe of ii the llrcull .:I "ii "r 12th da) "f I %  • %  • %  i w M thi .: "l OH Divorce, h< !„• !.,k> :i %  "• %  %  Dated .ii Miami, (-""fill I lay of Ni %  • I II I.KVTHE %  th. ('in l iade County, (Circuit Court .-• I HM. W i H puty del Kam ind '. • Plaintiffs MIL.TO.N A FRIEDHAX IDU Ki .! %  • IK Miami Kl I.. 11 it ;'l %  : %  > NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY O the umli. Klgm i deitrlM U liiifiiiess under the I KAMT tiAUI.ES PRIVATE! al 1191 a 23nd St** tendr l Clerk ol Ihi i '"••"'">• '•' : M,, ,,,nsT.wii KTEPHEN l KKSSI.Ki: Attorney foi API •JJM \v r. -' • ll.'U-l'l." NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEREBl ffl the in.i !. %  : %  • -• %  ''•••"'" ;'' buainew ui lei llM IWgB IS Weal 1-" s -" ; „7 Florida, ntei ''•"''''tS irlth th. Cleric 'V^ of Dade Co ntv. gCTVli B: WIIIUW Pi MYKKS. HEIMAS ""•! Alt..rii.i' %  > ll/M-tl-! NOT1CE uNj-jraj vzwtit "5SSL i,i tli-.iii .-ii„, atl l.l... Intenda '• • %  ; ESS? Ages' |M i in. ..in Road Miami Bea. h •,'•'. II I "I -"File SICCT BOBKIN. holder ofCttT. sal.Certificate Nu r fil.,1 .aid i ••rtifi '-"'i mm Of P.nl filed saiil nn.l baa ma"' -e. to lam* Ihereoa^,; ,„„, l< app!!!i ..II I follnwlnf dearrl•" ,,., :(• %  • '•"' "• BX5 AW* r %  P"* V ,, ,i. Count) % %  ''•'',,',( ..iii'.' r ntoer. J ttflcate t,, law, t* the 17th daj Dated thU %  "SOT fClrcull rourt ^ WU+-* ,: f pec. inth <"> ,i KKVTHE [•i.U



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    ty, NOVEMBER 14, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE riCE UNOIR FICTITIOUt. NAME LAW p is HEREHY GIVBN tluii •r|gned, desiring to engage in under the flrtlllous name of %  vl\' HAS EM BNT" :i n adi' County, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU* NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai he undersigned, desiring to engage 7'""' "!"'•': l"<" nJU0U. name o" A ... T'^s, at 7933 x. E 'ml Ave., Miami, Intends to register said name with „„, ,.,,.,. k (>f t )„ ^ r< u U. < ourt of Dade County, I'lorida l.Al RENCE ade County, Florida • • % %  i n Seal) II) K'M W. BTOCKINQ, l>eput> Clerk ISSKN fo I'lalntlff P>iUI lildg, ld 12 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,K i <' : I S "KKKI'V C.IVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under ihe fi.lillous m.m. ,r MlpTOW.N BARBER SHOP at :th ,s, Miami i :.,„,, ."til,; ttund to register mid name with the of Ihe ( Ireiiit Court of Hade Florida. Clerk aunty. ABE men nmnKm K KA^K. SS Attorney for Applicants 12H Uu Pont llldg. 11/7-14-21-2\ — '-I ),. riCE BY PUBUICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF RIDA IN AND FOR DADE ILNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153725.J S KIM! DAWS) iN. 1 laintiff. SOIL DAWSON, Defendant) I6UIT FOR DIVORCE (NRV ''Ecu, DAWSON N 31x1 Street • %  iid, Virginia I SKI CECIL DAWSON, are ',"1 that a Mill of Com•i Divorce lias been filed I'O I, and \ %  •!, are required to %  •; % % %  youi Answer or PleadhMill .,f Cuniplaint on the % Attorney, OBI HIOK .1. TAL. 1211 Lincoln Road. Miami lorida, and file the original or Pleading in the office of K 1.1 the circuit Court on or • %  l"ili day of December. 1ST. 2. [I to do HO, judgment by de1 I-t.tk-'ii against you for II demanded In the Hill of i %  ':''.' shall be published once • %  lot four consecutive weeks %  H:\MSII Fl.oKIDIAN. AND ORDERED at Miami. 10th day of Novemlier, %  B LEATHEKMAN, prk, Circuit Court. Dude County, Florida. 1 % %  in i Seal) TAI.IANOFT, Bao. llntlff % %  I toad h, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIC* 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to vngngin business under the fictitious name of HOL'STON CABINET SlSp, at ISM VV\ mil Street. Miami. Plorlda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court Qf Dade County, Florida. WALTER N. WHEATLEY c U .„, "AYMOND K. HOUSTON, JR. CHARLES j. BODNER, ESQ. Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 |ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I" HEREBY c.iVEN that Iglli I. ,I, suing to engage in imi.-r Mifictitious name of ,E I .SN BAR, at 1770 N. W. Miami, intends to regiatet with the Clerk of the Clr' "f l>ade Countv, Florida. ... Kt ,i l ?EPH A.'MAZER F-\ KESSLEI: for Applicant IFIaglei st. PCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW JH HEREBT OIVEN that *netl, desiring to -ngng.. in nner the fictitious name of J** TAVERN, at 4002 X. W. Miami, Ma., intends to 1 n m> with the Clerk of ourt „f i, ade County, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154203 THEI.MA AI.VINA OYROFFY, Plaintiff, VS. JOHN OYltOFFY. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: Ji HN QTROPFT Residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you, ami you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the mil of i omplalnt on the plaintiffs Attorney. FREDERICK N. BARAD. Suite 252. 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FlorIda and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Conn ,,n or before the Srd day of December, 1952, If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Dill of Complaint. This nolle,, shall be published once each wc.-k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH EI.oRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Slsl day of October. A.I' 1252. B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County, Morlila Bj WM. W. BTOCKINQ Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N. BARAD Suite 2SS, 120 Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach, Plorlda Attorney for Plaintiff 11/7-14-21 -28 LEGAL NOTICE %  PAGE 11 B engagi i titious name of NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that >'" underslgl desiring to business under the fi, • Miami, intend to renlHt„r .„i,i name win, g. Clsrk JllTcirTuH (ourt of Dade County, Florida WALTER J. FLAOO — NA ^E LAW EL MOROCCO HOTEL, 1100 Avenue. Miami Beach, Intend istei said name with th i Ircult Court „( Dade Ida. THE Collins to rag. Clerk of the County, FlorHARRY K PEINBERa m/3, U/ S!fJ7 ^IBEi.Q tN Plaintiff, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE E "NTH JUDICIAL CIR4JUIT OF KkP.ftfi* IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 153948 MARY in BIAS!, —vs— PATSY |>| ISIASI. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PATSY Dl P.1ASI 12S Avenue P. Brooklyn, N. Y. -TlS! I A TSV '" l:| ASI. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Ulvorce has been filed against vou, arid you are required to serve a copv uo. y l J r A swo r or Pleading to the Kill of ( ompl.iiiit on the Plaintiffs Attorney, HEX ESSEX, ESQ., 823 Beybold nidg.. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the < Ircuit Court on or before the 21st day of Xovember, 1952. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of October, AD. 1952. E. B LEATHKRMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Hade Cotlflrty, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FKKiE Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEX 823 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Morida Attorney for Plaintiff I" 24-21 11'7-H LcGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is IIKUKPY (ilVEN that the undersigned. desirln K to engage in i-SfSft u .'" y, r lh "ade County, and file th same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date October 22, AD. l'.i.'.2. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN As Administrator of the Estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY I leeeased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornev for Administrator 10'24-31 11 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAXON'S OF MIAMI, at 228 N. B. 1st Avenue and it:: N. Miami Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX SAKHA MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for • iwner Seybold Bldg. 10 31 — II '7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 0RACE HAIR STYLIST, „t 1207 17th Street, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GRACE I.EVENSuN Sole owner # MANUEL LUBEL Attornev for Applicant Lawyers lildg. 22* X. E. 2nd Ave. 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CENTRAL RADIO SHOP, at 1001") X. W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS S. SAYRE 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COI'RT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — NO. 27 108 RE: ESTATE i >F FANNIE WOLPE, Deceased. NOTICE la hereby given thai I havo filed my final report and petition for Final Hlscharge as Executor of the estate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceased: and that on the 24 day of November, 1952, will apply to one of the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, Florida, tor approval of said final report and for final discharge aExecutor Of the Estate of FANNIE WOLPE, dei eased. This 17th dav of October. l:'",2. s/ MYER A. WOLPPPE As Executor of the Estate of Fannie Woipe, Deceased. MAX R SILVER Attorney for Executor 922 Seybold uilding Miami 32, Florida 10/24-31 11 7-14 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COI'RT IN AND, FOR DADE enr N'T v FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 27810-B. In Re: ESTATE OF SAM HERO. Hecised. To All Creditors anil All I'.r.-ons Having Claims or Demand! Agalnsl Said Estate: You, ami each of you. are hereby notified and re,piped to present any claims and demands which you, or either of vou. may have against tne estate of SAM BERG, deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, lo the Hon. Prank B. Dowllng, County Judge ol Dad.Count)', and file the same In lus off!,-,. :>, the Countj Courthouse • l tade i 'ounty, Floi Ida, wltl %  calendar months from the dais of the first pu • Hi reof. Slid %  .alms or demands t • contain thi legal address ,,f the claimanl i I to be .-worn to and presented .is aforesaid, or same will be barred Bee Section 12 of the 1921 Probate Acl I iate '', toi" r :•'., \ i > I9&3 n:\NNETTE PHILLIPS-' As Administratrix of the Estate of SAM HERO, Dccea.-'d PALLOT, SILVER .v MULLOY, Attorneys for Administratrix NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tiie fictitious name of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ORLANDO, at 690 N. YV. 13th Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. NATIONAL BEVERAGES, IXC. BY: SAMUEL BLANK. President MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 10/31 — 11/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business imiler the flctltlOUi name of BOMBAY LOUNGE at MO! Collins Avenue. Miami lleaeh. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES GROSSMAN LESTER A ZI'TTY HARRY KLUBECK Co-Partners MALVIN ENOLANDER Attorney for Applicants 31! I..coin R %  II 7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ndi i nigned, desiring :•• %  the flci -in.imof ALTIN OUTBOARD BOAT RENTAL. • tli n Road, U I i:. h, Florida, intends %  • reglsti (aid %  in • -it*i the Clerk of the Clr%  -ourl of l lade < 'ounty, Florida. DATED at Miami Beach, Florida, •hi.itrd day of October, 1(52. VINCE DE BONIS Sole owner KIMMBL AND KIMMEL Attorneys At l*w ^TubMnTn Oc-totfr 24. .. %  fitflSgg^ 10,24-31 — 11/7-14 %  1D<-1 *l NOTICE PY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 153979 HARLAND .1 ZELLAR vs. MARGARET M. ZELLAR SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARGARET M, ZELLAR You are herein 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 Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev, STEPHEN F. KESSLER, 2200 W. Flagler St., Miami and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of November. 182. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Dill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22nd day fit October E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida %  Circuit Court Seal) ity WM W STOCKTNG Deputy Clerk 10/24-31 II 7-14 AD. 1'.2. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring .ty engage In business under the fictitious name of CHAMPAGNE Holi: BAR al •',< i7 N W, 7th Avenue, Miami intends to register said name with the clerk of th..-B vnl'"' r ^lHP ,,r l '" 1 County. FloridaAttorn• y for HI • %  I u r 1 i 24-31 r f-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C. CALDONIA LANE. Plaintiff, VS, DAVID LANE, Defendant. TO: DAVID LANE Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has be.-n filed against you, and you are required to eerve -i copy of your Answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, HEN ESSEN, and tile the original Answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 fore the lth day of Novemlier. 1952; otherwise the Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein win be taken as confessed by you. Dated: October 2"th. 1952. B. H LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCK 1 NO. Deputy Clerk. HEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff XL': 1 Beybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 10/21-31 11/7-14 wmmmmmm ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Th* Jewish Floridlan t4> Hcltg your lexxtil notlca*. W* apprwclala your patronaga and truaran* k*4 accurat* sorvlc* at Ugal rales. Phono 2-1141 tor messenger service* 3 '^'CK^. PERSONAL 1 SSSghijSSfS^AND I FjalfCll^TyTlgB COMMERCIAL I m9mJmlf4t^mU COVERAGES I ^f^gk^i.Sfl %  PHONE 9-3836 I L£DS*^ 1 N.C. 2-. ST MIAMI 32.FLA I SEITLIN £. COMPANY X



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 14, 1952

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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l^wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
25Number 46
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
. CHAIM WEIZMANN DIES
usands Mourn As Israel's First
resident Is Buried In Rehovoth Home
I AVIV (JTA) Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first President of the reborn State of Israel, died at
i in Rehovoth early Sunday morning, several weeks before he would have celebrated his
hday. Death came quietly at 5:55 a.m., local time, following two heart attacks between 2:30
[4 30 a.m.
funeral was held over until Tuesday afternoon, to permit Dr. Weizmann's son, who was in
o attend. Members of the President's family assembled at Rehovoth from all parts of
ie President lay in state Monday and Tuesday, when thousands of persons filed silently past
flag-draped coffin. Special trains brought mourners from
and Haifa to pay their last respects.
1 members of the Diplomatic Corps and Government and
leaders of all phases of life in Israel and from the Jewish
ties abroad attended the funeral. The President was laid
|i the garden of his home at Rehovoth, in accord with his
plitary authorities were responsible for the funeral, and
with fixed bayonets stood
the bier. The Minister
ill rior has proclaimed a
national mourning dur-
ull flags, will be flown
last.
women and children in
I- life and in all places
broke down and wept
idly when they learned
resident's death. The an-
>n Kol Israel, who In-
the people of the State
loss, burst into tears in
1st of the announcement.
|i. was able, he concluded
cial statement in a heavily
[voice. Neighbors in Re-
|poured out of their homes
rrounded the President's
te, many weeping.
Jrnment leaders, informed
President's death, hurried
|ovoth to pay condolences
V( ra Weizmann, who was
ly person at the bedside of
band at the time of his
Acting President Joseph
lei UN Delegate
iffs New Attack
Iraq Speaker
rTED NATIONS (JTA)Is-
li legate Arthur Lourie had
Sprinzak arrived first, followed
shortly thereafter by Premier
David Ben-Gurion and members
of the Government.
Many businesses were shut
down, and Government officials,
who reported to their offices,
wore black. Entertainment plac-
es remained closed until after
the funeral. Ships in the har-
bors lowered their flags. Special
editions of all newspapers were
issued in this city and in Jeru-
salem.
When members of the Diplo-
matic Corps learned of the death
of the President, they cancelled
all social functions scheduled for
the next week, including a spec-
ial dinner at the Swedish Le-
gation to celebrate the birthday
of the Swedish King, which was
scheduled for Tuesday.
Btn-Gurion Eulogy
Premier David Ben-Gurion. at
a special meeting of the Cabinet,
called on the occasion of the death
of President Weizmann, eulogiz-
ed the first President of the Jew-
ish State as the "first citizen of
the Jewish nation." The Premier
said to the members of his Gov-
ernment, and to the co-chairmen
of the Jev/ish Agency. Dr. Na-
activity of the nation's choice.
There was nobody like him since
Herzl, and many books should be
written about him and about the
two crowns he wore the crown
of statehood and the crown of
science. Even in those few years
when he was not elected Presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization,
Dr. Weizmann was the first citi-
zen of the Jewish nation, sybol-
izing our urge and striving for
th!*national revival named Zion-
ism.
"Wonderful was that man, who
devoted his entire life, without
ease for a moment, to scientific
work.2 Both activities were not
separate or contradictory, since
they emanated from a single
source of the Jewish spirit Dr.
Weizmann recognized the simple
and deep truth that the renova-
tion of our national, independent
life was unimaginable without
science as its central pillar."
A meeting of the Jewish Ag-
ency executive was held later,
and Dr. Goldrr.ann and Mr. Lock-
er also eulogized the President.
The Knesset held a special
mourning session Tuesday, and
the Cabinet did not meet again
until after the funeral.
Truman's Condolences
John F. Simmons. US State
Department Chief of Protocol,
called on Ambassador Abba Eban
at the Embassy of Israel to ex-
press the condolences of Presi-
dent Truman on the death of
President Weizmann. Other of-
ficials who called on Mr. Eban
Simmons
Dr. Chaim Weizmann
hum Goldmann and Berl Locker,
who also attended the meeting: j simultaneously with
T would not try now to ap- were Henry A. Byroade. Assist-
Jack Ablin Succumbs Here At 60
Community Leader 1$
Stricken At Meetins
Jack A. Ablin. of 6342 North
Bay Road, passed away last
Thursday night, November 6th.
The Chicago and Coral Gables
businessman and prominent com-
munal leader, succumbed to a
heart ailment at the age of 60.
Death came to Mr. Ablin as he
was attending a Board of Direc-
tors meeting in the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Only the day be-
fore, he had been appointed gen-
eral chairman of the Greater Mi-
imi Jewish Federation's 1953
Combined Jewish Appeal. News
jf the appointment was to. have
been announced here this week.
A well-known grain trader in
Chicago, Mr. Ablin held a seat
jn the Board of Trade there for
JO years. He was also a partner
,f .Curlee's Department Store in
Ceral Gables.
A winter resident here since
I 1933, Mr. Ablin devoted a great
deal of time to civic and philan-
v this week again to Arab j iate tne personality and the ant Secretary of State, and Park-
in Israel when the Ad Boc | K___
11 Political Committee's de-
>n the Palestine refugee
m came before a plenary
^g of the General Assembly,
[repeated that the refugee
km had arisen not from a
by Israel to carry out a
Nations resolution but as a
of Arab defiance of this
|tionas a "consequence of
aggression"-against Israel.
pie said that Israel had ab-
750,000 refugees and de-
that if the Arab states had
<(! its example there would
refugee problem now. The
li delegate was replying
fy to Dr. Fadhil al Jamali, of
who "in explaining" his
| had asserted that the resolu-
phich the Assembly adopted
do no good as long as one
ier state continued to defy a
^solution.
Assembly approved the Ad
'ommittee's proposal to con-
the UN Relief and Works
$250,000,000 relief and
egration program and au-
*ed it to increase its relief
6t fox the present fiscal year
'3.000,000: The vote was '48
mo, with six abstentions.
fabstflinees" -vere trie .'Soviet
Iraq.
er T Hart. Director of the Office
of Near Eastern Affairs.
Byroade and Hart conveyed the
condolences of Secretary of State
Dean Acheson.
The White House issued the
following statement by President
Truman on the death of Dr.
Weizmann: "Mankind has lost
an able leader in the death of
Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first
President. His devotion to the
establishment of a homeland for
the Jewish people, both before
its realization and as the head of
the new government, has brought
him the respect and gratitude of
millions. He was a rr.an of wis-
dom and I was honored to know
him."
Ambassador Eban Subsequent-
ly remarked: "Deep mourning
descends upon the land of Israel
ar.d spreads through all the corn-
Jack A. Ablin
thropic work both in Miami and
in Chicago. He was a member of
Federation's Board of Gover-
nors and served with its Execu-
tive and Budget Committees. He
headed CJA's Winter Resident*
Division in the 1952 Campaign.
A long-time member of the
Shriners' Medinah Temple in
Chicago, he also was a trustee of
Mount Sinai Hospital, a director
and charter member of the West-
view Country Club, director of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
here and a trustee of the Ortho- .
dox Home of the Aged' in Chi- I
cago.
Survivors include his wife,
Faye Rosenbloom Ablin: a son,
Donald, 18; and a daughter. Mrs.
Joan Schero, all of Miami Beach.
Services were on Friday at the
Miami Beach Riverside Chapel,
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, officiating. In-
terment was in Chicago's Memor-
ial Park Cemetery. Rabbi Lehr-
man flew north to be present at
the burial services there.
munities of the Jewish dispersion
at the news that Chaim Weiz-
mann is no longer at our head.
He led Israel for 40 years through
a wilderness of martyrdom and
anguish, of savage oppression
and frustrated hope, across the
sharpest agony which has ever
beset the life of any people, and
('Continued on Page 3 A)
McCarran Law
To Effect Yanks
In Israel's Army
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
effects of the McCarran-Walter
Immigration and Nationality Act
on Americans now serving with
the Israel Army are being consid-
ered by Israel officials at the Em-
bassy here, but the matter has
not yet been raised with the
State Department or any other
b:anch of the United States Gov-
ernment, a spokesman for the Is-
rael Embassy said this week.
The McCarran Act, which goes
into effect December 24th, pro-
vides that any American citizen
who serves in the armed forces
of a.foreign country automatically
loses his citizenship. Under Israel
law, Americans and other for-
eign nationals resident in Israel
who otherwise qualify for nation-
al military service are liable to
such service. This presents Amer-
icans already in Israel's Army
with the choice of surrendering
their citizenship or deserting the
Israel Army.
Israel officials, fearful that im"-
rr.igration from the US will drop
off further under the impact of
the McCarran legislation, are in-
vestigating the possibility of
working out an arrangement with
the US to permit US citizens to
remain in its Army and to enable
others to join. Under study is a
McCarran Law provision which
allows Americans to serve in for-
eign forces if they receive prior
permission from the Secretaries
of State and Defense.


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ttee promising tr* besl wnaaing oody of HIAS, 68-
in history of the year -old global migration ag-
linnei Thi I -. I I racy vras announced by
Ben Toaster, president o! the
Jewish Floridian Will Publish
Feature Called, Hebrew Mad
A titled. He-
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1 unnu Wei*M
Mr* At 19
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p. -udden-
it the age of Jewish Floridian be-
A rwideO| hen lor the past ginning with its next issue on
Fr. ::. N .rr.ber 21st.
ng the basics
is now spok-
Betl S Jewish ,.r :n i>ri:,;. ,tura will em-
-' and the plov the text of a Hebrew book
Br Auxfli Kj shoshana Spector. fac-
F she was associ- .,. tv,,. Hebrew
ted Beth David Synagogue Academy. Miami Beach.
of y*' -., Mil be published in
P": :/ "f ^e Sim- ,,th a program gear-
dav School, registrar: .. j
dnf modern conver-
Mi red by fv bSi2S "T ''**
husband, Jules Henry, fMBM. which was inaugur-
tationed at Cam, ast Sunday. 2 p.m.. as part
Carolina; ar.d a 'f Jacob Sehaehtert Jewish
Lita. of Mia i r'
aves two brothers. I Miss Specor s program. Let Us
Har and George Fredman. of if"" Hebrew, is the first of its
N th Bergen. New Jersey; and *'nd m }he Great, i Miami area.
Mrs Esther Brandes She condurted a similar program
e Fredman, of Jer- l,n New v'rk last season-
> C New Jersey; and Mrs.: Sections of her book. Hebrew
Mi:;.- Li r. of Revere, Massa- -Made Easy, will appear weekly
chusetti | in The Jewish Floridian as a
Services were at the Gordon visual aid to the Sunday radio |
Funeral Home Chapel yesterday,! program.
burial ir, Mount Sinai Cem-
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Sees Veterans' Film
Mrs Helen Sane n
S chairman of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, will comment on movies of
!' n activities with
.' ram at a meeting of the Mi-
include Mi Mi in -"-' h Chapter on Tuesday.
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Companions of the Forest
America met on Wednesday eve- j Hal! Pn I K i Bron
ning at the Hotel New Yorker. cna:r .
Guests at the meeting included
out-of-town members who ex-
plained the aims i I the nrganiza-
Speaking were the Mes-
Irene Saunders. Bettv
:. Shirley Sanfield. Celia
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Korean Experiences
At the weekly lunche
Beach Li dge No
B'nai B'i it Tui lay,
12:15 p m., at the
Nati n il H tel, gui I pei ker will
be First Lit utenant Max N i
'. to an announce-
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Lodge pi i lent
Lii .tenant Nussenbaum, holder
of the silver and bronze star and
purple heart, will speak of his re-
cent experiences in Korea. Ger-
shon S Miller is chairman of the
Luntheon Committee.
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Thanksgiving Dance
The Teen Age Group of the
West Miami Jew.-:-. Center will
sponsor a Thanksgiving Dance at
the Center on Saturday evening, i
November 22nd. 7.30 p.m. Shel-
don Rosenthal is chairman of the
affair and will be assisted by Joe
Fogel, Leah Bear, Sandra Doytch
and William Klein. Mrs. Obbie
Rosenthal is in charge of the
-group.
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lassah Will Hear Dr. Rosenfeld
lonnection With Medical Center
jugene D. Rosenfeld, ex- j Rosenfeld's membership on the
director of the Long Isl- '
Bvish Hospital, New York,
kjee his first appearance
ami when he addresses
|hiin 3.000 members of Ha-
Ihe Women's Zionist Or-

Medical Advisory Board of Ha-
dassah Medical Organization and
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
that Dr. Rosenfeld is making his
appearance in Miami. Dr. Ros-
enfeld's speech will be concern-
ed mainly with the new Hadas-
sah Hebrew Medical Center
now under construction in Israel.
The Medical Center, first of its
kind in Israel, will include a 430-
bed University teaching hospital,
a nurses' training school, new
buildings for the Hebrew Uni-
versity-Hadassah Medical School,
an out-patient department, and,
eventually, units for specialized
phases of medicine.
A film, This Is The Hour, will
also be shown. In charge of the
meeting will be Mrs. Louis Gold-
man. Medical Center chairman.
Mourn Dr. Weizmann's Passing
(Continued from Page 1 A)
|Dr. Eugene Rosenfeld
tion, at 8 p.m., Wednes-
ovi mber 19th. in the Hi-
I.odge, Alton Road and
slicct.
is in connection with Dr.
Jrew Free Loan
Hebrew Free Loan Asso-
In of Greater Miami will
on Monday evening, No-
ei 17th. 8 p.m.. announced
re Schwartz, president.
I iiiH-i-.il Officials
To >! Here
The Jewish Funeral Directors
of America will hold heir 25th
Annual Convention .at the Delano
Hotel from November 22nd
through 25th.
The Convention will open on
Saturday evening with a Recep-
tion and Cocktail Party. Brunch
and sightseeing are scheduled for
the second day's calendar. Mon-
day and the concluding Tuesday
sessions will be taken up with
business.
Chairman of the Convention is
Edward T. Newman. Reports will
be read by the Association's pres-
ident. Isaac Nieberg, and treas-
urer, Isidor Alpert.
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tip Tea held in the Monte Carlo Hotel last week are (left to
nht: Mrs. Aaron Farr, past president; Mrs. Alexander, Li-
bw, president; and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, membership
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at the end of his days he entered
in splendor and triumph upon
his due inheritance of honor as
the first President of Israel, the
embodiment in modern time of
the kingly and prophetic tradi-
tion which once flourished in Is-
rael and became the most abid-
ing source of light and redemp-
tion for succeeding generations
of men.
"In the vigor of his youth,
Chaim Weizmann, the rational
scientist, seized upon an ideal re-
mote from any realistic possibil-
ity of lulfillment and pursued it
with implacable patience and
faith until he saw phantasy trans-
formed into fact by the sheer
power of an unyielding will. No
life lived in our generation of-
fers greater testimony to the vic-
tory of fate in all the issues and
enterprises of humanity.
"His Presidency symbolized the
swift journey oi the Jewish peo-
ple, in this its most awesome
decade, from the horrors and de-
gradations of the European
slaughterhouse and Oriental
ghettos to unexpected heights of
dignity and freedom in a sov-
ereign State, securely established
in the international family.
"Israel's standards of quality,
its pursuit of ancient moral val-
ues and modern scientific truth,
its national ambition and its in-
ternational prestige were all
powerfully effected by the pres-
ence of this revered and paternal
figure in our midst. We are now
solely bereaved: 'the crown of
our head hath fallen down.' But
we may serve the Hebrew tra-
dition worthily if we can estab-
lish the life of our Founder Pres-
ident as the standard which Is-
rael should aspire to attain in
all the expressions of its national
character, in deed and thought."
Leaves Mark
Dr. Weizmann left his mark on
the Jewish and non-Jewish world
as. a scientist, statesman organ-
izer and administrator. The con-
tributions of countless Jews in
all parts of the world were, in
the eyes of many, brought to a
synthesis in the chemist whose
contributions to a world at peace
and at war paralleled his position
as the diplomatic representative
of the Jewish people who un-
til his 73rd year had no state
machinery, no army, no navy and
no trasury to give him support.
The man who was destined to
interpret to the non-Jewish world
the hopes and ambitions of the
Jewish nation was born in the
small Russian town of Motyli in
1874. His early education he ob-
tained in Russia, but his univer-
sity education he received in
Germany and later in Switzer-
land, where he earned his Doc-
torate in chemistry. During his
student years, he made an im-
portant chemical discovery con-
nected with the manufacture of
dyes.
In 1901, he was appointed a
Chemistry instructor at the Uni-
versity of Manchester, in Eng-
land, a position which was to
effect the course of his life most
profoundly.
His active Zionist life began
with the organization of Russian
Jewry to answer the call of The-
odor Herzl and send delegates to
the first Zionist Congress in Bas-
le. Switzerland, in 1897. Weiz-
mann himself missed the first
Congress because he did not have
the funds to travel directly to
i Basle and arrived after the Con-
: grMS had concluded.
Weizmann's first major contri-
bution on the world Zionist scene
came at the Fifth World Zionist
Congress when he helped organ-
ize the Democratic Faction in
opposition to Theodor Herzl. He
also opposed the famed Zionist |
leader in 1903, when Herzl pro-
posed that the Zionists accept an |
offer by the British that they'
settle in Uganda, East Africa.
In the next ten years, Weiz-
mann's activities in the Zionist
movement were widespread. His
political activities, however, were
not permitted to overshadow his
efforts in the cultural and scien-
tific field in behalf of the Jewish
people. In 1913, he was active in
the founding of a fund for the
establishment of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, whose cornerstone he laid
on Mt. Scopus in 1918. Years
later, he became president of the
University.
British War Effort
During the war years, the
chemist was not neglected while
the Zionist worked. Dr. Weiz-
mann made gigantic contributions
to the British war effort, includ-
ing the discovery of a formula
for acetone, an important ingredi-
ent of explosives. Although of-
fered personal reward, Weizmann
would accept nothing for himself.
However, he took advantage of
the contacts he was developing
with British leaders in all walks
of the Government to press for
the creation of a Jewish home-
land. Negotiations begun in 1914
paid off in 1918, when the fa-
mous Balfour Declaration told the
world of Britain's guarantee of a
Jewish homeland in Palestine.
The next year. Weizmann head-
ed a Zionist delegation to the Al-
lied Peace Conference. The fol-
lowing year, he was elected
President of the World Zionist
Organization, a position which he
held for 11 years. Responsible in
large measure for the organization
of the Palestine Foundation Fund,
he also pressed for and obtained
the expansion of the Jewish Ag-
ency to include non-Zionists. He
was elected to head the new
Council of the Agency in 1929.
He first visited the United
States in 1921, in behalf of the
Zionist movement. This visit he
repeated annually until 1929. In
1932, he toured the Union of
South Africa and revisited the US
in 1933. Then, once again, the
scientist in Weizmann came to
the fore, and in 1934, he helped
organize the Daniel Sieff Re-
search Institute at Rehovoth,
where he eventually made his
home.
TrTis became the forerunner of
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, renowned throughout the
world as the best scientific re-
search center in the Middle East,
the equal of any in Europe and
rarely surpassed by scientific in-
stitutions in the United States.
Aided World War II
During the next decade, Weiz-
mann, the Zionist, was busy cri-
ticizing the British administra-
tion in Palestine and, finally, tak-
ing the leadership in the move-
ment to resist British attempts to
limit the Jewish community in
Palestine. That decade saw the
years of World War II. and Weiz-
mann's contributions to the Al-
lied war effort were again out-
standing.
Some of them are still in the
realm of "top secrets." but Dr.
Weizmann was publicly thanked
by American Governmental lead-
ers for his aid in the development
of synthetic rubber, a product
that went far toward making pos-
sible the Allied victory on four
continents and many seas.
The aged Weizmann was still
not allowed to rest ana in 1946,
he took the stand as Zionism's
foremost spokesman, testifying
before the Joint Anglo-American
Commission of Inquiry on Pales-
tine. The following year he ap-
peared before the United Nations
Special Committee on Palestine,
which eventually recommended
the partition of Palestine, and
later that year the almost blind
leader stood before the UN Gen-
eral Assembly to plead his peo-
ple's cause.
The results are in the history
books. On November 29, 1947. the
UN decided in favor of partition
and the establishment of a Jew-
ish state. The following May 18th,
four days after the Jewish state
had been proclaimed and while
the Arab armies were already
tearing at the body of newborn
Israel, the first session of the first
| Jewish Parliament in nearly 2.000
: years elected Chaim Weizmann
: the first President of Israel. He
j was reelected President in No-
vember 1951.
Second Lecture In North
Shore Series Wednesday
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
deliver the second lecture in the
Annual Lecture Series sponsored
by the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter Men's Club on Wednesday,
November 19th. at 8:30 p.m. His
topic will be, Orthodox Judaism,
and will cover the growth and
development of Orthodoxy.
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FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
I llr. Weizmann Passe* On Bonds For Bar Mitzvah
Dr. Chaim Weizmarm is de-ad. The Stale
of Israel's first President passed away early
Sunday morning ct the age of 71. He had
been suffering from a respiratory inflarnation
for the past year.
The death of Dr. Weizrr.anr. brings to a
close the first era in the Jewish democracy's
history. A spiritual fountainhead of World
Zionism since before the days c: Wor'.d War
I. he brought to the moverr.er.: a source of
unity then so desparateiy r.eede-
Dr. Weisnann was ar. id?-', leader. He
was a combination c: vast intellectual ac-
corr.plishmen: snd diplomatic finesse. Dec-
orated many ...es tor bis scientific contribu-
tions to British chemistry r.e r.ad ocer.ec to
him political channels not otherwise ap-
prccchahie by Jewish statesmen ar.d employ-
ed them whenever possible for the ultimate
rulfillmen: c: the Zionist dream.
Bill Dr. Weisnann was not destined to
know of the honor, clone t.-.a: his position
artcrded him. He wes doomed to tee! the
bares which impatient World Jewish opinion
directed agai-.s: his principle o: caution. Sat-
-;:: that the Greet Return would be the
natural and peaceful outcome of the Balfour
DeclsratiOB. he contented himsel: with care-
ful coercion of its implementation in British
Parliamentary circles.
There were many who bitterly assailed
him cs en image of Indie's Mohandas Gandhi
and CS a proponent cf the latter s philosophy
of ccssive resistance They wanted sterner
and more immediate action and the on-
slaught of World War I! seemed to bear out
the validity cf their passions. But Dr. Wext-
rr.c.-r. continued his cautious manner, recog-
niring that Zionist fulfillment was close at
nan: and thai arrogance or impatience could
~: -rParabk harm to the Jewish movement.
2:. Wsizmann turned from the specifically
political character of the Great Return to aug-
mentinq its intellectual and cultural expres-
s.cn. He was uppermost among the leaders
whe established the Hebrew University and
the scientific research institute subsequently
named after him. And when the War of Lib-
eration came the days of action for which
Jewish leaders had previously cried too earlv
Dr. Weisnann was prepared and stood in
its midst as a guiding pilot.
Now. he is dead. He passed on just one
wee* following the celebration of the 35th
anniversary cf the Bclfour Declaration. With
him .-.as gone the symbol of the bulhpangs
z: = :aei s renaissance.
McCloy** Bword
IxUS High Commissioner of Germany.
Jc.-.r J. McCloy. made a brilliant record dur-
ing .-..s -en-are of office with his consistent
peri; nmc o: former SS Nazi murderers.
.-.cry of Adolf Hitler's most favored play-
mctes now enjoy the very democratic free-
cc... they once sough: to destroy: some, with
the *toncb of concentration camps still wafting
about them, have since assumed responsible
pos/.ons in Government.
Th.is American official is to be thanked for
an exceedingly liberal attitude extended cut-
throats and thieves.
Shortly before his resignation McCloy
drew up a detailed document ;.-. which he ex-
pressed fear for the resurgence of Nazism in
Germany and warned the Allied Occupation-
al Forces thai they must be on guard against
it < he ability to toot the sour hom of diplom-
acy at both ends speaks well for McCloy's
mus. cianship.
An Associated Press report earlv this week
apparently bears out the ex-Commissioner's
stated fear. The Socialist Reich Party's swas-
tikas have returned on the German scene.
along with propagandists posters and leaf-
lets announcing the Nazi imminent rebirth.
Be of aood heart." they said. "Remain Ger-
mans. We will return."
Tow that McCloy is no longer about there
The nation's leadership will soon change
hands. The last years now depart of a Demo-
cratic administration which had sponsored
the State of Israel and first moved for its ac-
ceptance at the United Nations.
We have every reason for hoping that the
new Republican Government will be as
friendly to the Jewish democracy.
But moments of change are inevitably un-
certain. And it is for this reason that the
n533.XO.000 Israel Bond Issue must be sup-
ported even more vigorously than heretofore.
Greater Miami s BIG officials are currently
sponsoring a new purchasing program to-
ward that end.
3onds io: Bar Mitzvah is a plan by mean3
of which the area's youth may be presented
with Israel Bonds to commemorate their con-
firmation. It is hoped that the community's
parents will participate in this program.
At stake ere two sianificant factors: a fit-
ting gift for their children's first, important
spiritual experience and the economic inde-
pendence of the Jewish state.
Jewish Books
Numerous organizations here aze current-
ly participating in the observance of Jewish
Book Month.
Throughout November and during the first
week of December, lecturers will tour the Mi-
ami area discussing Jewish works of litera-
ture pest and present. Exhibitions at our
public libraries and schools, as well as radio
programs, are also being scheduled.
There is no resident m our community who
can afford to stand apart from this observ-
ace. In the literature of the Jewish people
~HtJ^fo*tfr
c. t/iWxw
TO BE SWEPT AWAY FOR GOOD-
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1952. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.,
_--------------------- ^ |. !,, prop,,, WASHINGTON Those mter-
is its history of spiritual ascendancy, exile ested in civil rights, civil liber-
and the tale of its Great Return. ties and Point Four aid to Israel
We become an active part of Jewish tradi- ar* expected to remind Presi-
tion when we learn of its persistence and d'nt"elect Dwight Eisenhower of
moral triumph. We advance it into the untold hlS campaign PJ*d8*s soon after Act. He said of In
years ahead when we study its endurina ex- the inau*uratlon- A" uPhiU Kht! rnnU that many of
pressions. is anticipated, so early efforts j a pretty go.d fee to i
will be made to enlist the new yers in this community.
President on the side of the bi- York and elsewhvc to
by the tail. They are at
An apol igist for Hitlol
World War II, Hoffman i
as a leading proponent i
McCarran Walter
Act. He said of
lolin C onimnnal Loader Partisan progressives.
_ ... Republican domination of both
I ne Miami community has lost an inspired Houses puts important commit-
leader. Jack Ablin died last Thursday even- tees under the chairmanship of awu. "ui
a number of biased individuals. and they want to chin*
ing at the age of 60.
Few persons here sought less public rec- but some are no worse than re-
actionary Democrats who must
Many of them do thai ys
and just :.. soon as they|
they say our governs** |
good, our way of life is I
ogrution for his activity in behalf of countless
causes than did Mr. Ablin; few could be call- now roumIulsh control of corn-
ed upon to respond with greater frequency T^\ ^"^f ,Pat "cCarran-
The number of fraternal organizations, ate Judieary Committee.
philanthropies and overseas activities that There is satisfaction in liberal
counted Mr. Ablin among their restrained but quarters oVer lhe defeat of such
vigorous workers is too numerous for men extrem,st* as Rush Holt, who lost -
hon here. Such was his nll^mKrJ- m hls Republican bid for the 'en. amendm-r.ts allowed
ity that JTJ^Z^t^SZi ?St f ST ST"-* A"en
as paving received his special favor^ ^T^ZZT^^^
Mr. Afc-Iin passed away at an inopportune v""gnia: Representative John T.
Jment, just one dav nfter Kic ;...____.. Wood who. u-a< Hr>f,i^ *. -.>
like Anna Rosenberg.
Secretary of Defense, wh
to take all the boys and J_,
put them into the anwdl
ices."
Representative I*o
Illinois, repia.es the UK I
Sabath as chairman oft!*'
Rules Committee. This M
tee is in cha. ge of decidaft
bills reach the floor, and "*
er debate v>iV. be limit**!
committee :..-ideration
rights. Pointing out tM
were about 400 Jewi ia
stituency of 307.611 pe"
len described h >w "
gentlemen : -'
Chicago came in
a candidatt
and sp
the Jew*)
him. He'
Pt --J eve^y Friday irr I ** i
ir1 '** J"th weekly Member of tr., jlZ ih T. 1
grapi-e Agency. Sen Art. Fe.i^-e sVr..eaT WoriS"
vr.de New. Sere.. Nat.cn*! E*.tor.a' A,^ at*li, Amir
vJenistiflcrilidri
Jack Ablin was .Tirlra.r, ki _, nai B nth Anti Defamation |a candidate M m .-
Boo-d meehncT o< ,k! I h'le at,endln3 Uaue- their names are to to run ag.,--.-" him He
noorol meeting of the Synagogue of which be found in the League's reports committee Maybe you
ne was ^member. on bigotry. | say these p> pie are a*
"---------------------Representative flar* P Wnff ating again-t me.
to nurture uhe ill-fated SS men who were ex- "- '" SehJ^T .fsted "" V"
-eedmgly humiliated for several years of ?? ADL as hostlle "* the Jew'- Is !Tr?SLa iS
prisonment. he has arrived on the American 1Sh Pepie" Ho,fman now be- f H^'lX*
scene ma blaze of triumph ardqlorv Sum ^meS chairma" <* the House ^T"'? V^S
has it that this most sensitive offiSnl v. fmmitte ^ Expenditures in i ^ Investig-.tir.. ^
tv tned for Pro-Nazi sedition dur- |i>em|t1 snB Ae it
rrJJifilT U closig- The mar- in,* WorId War as admirer Communistic **
r.age of friend and foe is near complete We f ^"^ntativ. John rSkS 2SJJ^jT A
merature through the Congress- furter and ,,ther disU
lonal Record and as a Congress- | Jews.) At the Cat
man frequently selected for quo-
tation by such professional hate-
mongers as Gerald L.
2*, fi*3 5 BCS
len
on-
to
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__________Telephones 2-1141 2-8212
FRED K. SHOCHET............Editor and Publisher
^^^^^ "^*l^ "..i i mi ....,..
K. Smith
and Gerald Winrod.
In May. 1949, Hoffman told a
House Subcommittee his views
n a proposed Fair Employment
Practices Bill. According to an
ADL report, he said: '-There is
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. VOLUME 26 ^BtH ll JH,,- **^t the Jews. In this coun-
On* Vear
iI U I SC III TION
soo
Two V
A T t I
hearing on this ..rgamat*
leek came to iU d*fcn* .
of the positions they taw
line with my views.
said. .
Senator William t J<
Indiana, assumes chau
the Senate Ru'^s Corfu
ner was charged with *
to get the AmericanJ
join in the anti-Ser
campaign against
fenae Secretary Anna 1
The chairmansnip^
(Cmmtmmd fn


f. NOVEMBER H, 1952
Feather Drive
[off Here Nets
|,595 Monday
|ter Miami's Community
Campaign received a rous-
lidoff Monday evening at
cayne Terrace Hotel, when
j- mess personalities pledg-
84,595 toward the Red
Agency's local goal of
100.
Bum pledged Monday ev-
Jsupercedes by some $46,-
amount collected at last
llnitial Gifts affair.
de Hirsch Meyer, co-host
neiting-dinner, commend-
Ibusinessmen and commun-
|ers who comprise Division
the current campaign.
|spt'aker was Rabbi Joseph
spiritual leader of Tem-
lael.
are not being called upon
raise money," Rabbi Narot
jut to raise money in the
form and for tbe most sac-
|rposes."
leaders of the campaign
Daniel J. Mahoney, pres-
W. Keith Phillips, general
an; and James L. Knight,
Ian of the Chest Campaign
Ittce.
|ht indicated that the $1,-
gnal is a realistic one.
not the total needed for
local agencies and USO
he added, "but it is enough
lw progress. We ask that
Ive us a vote of confidence
pis goal can be obtained."
let Will Attend
itions Meeting
|ti.mi Samet, Southeast Ar-
I'tor of the American Jew-
lommittee, will attend a
lg cf the Southern Region-
kncil on the Fisk Campus,
lilie. Monday, November
meeting is the third of a
involving agencies con-
with human relations in
bulh. It will concern itself
i consideration of the use of
and religious prejudice in
Bl eampaigns. Forty civil,
and human relations or-
ations have been invited to
pate in the meeting.
Jut is currently attending
^nual meeting of the Nation-
iciation of Intergroup, Re-
Officials in Washington,
NAIRO is a professional
atmn for individuals
ait the United States
towards the improve-
I "I intergroup understand-
*bnlstifk+ttttof)
PAGE 5 A
Drewich Heads Miami Organizations
Named Cemetery
Assn President '
At an Annual Meeting of The
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association held here, H. M.
Drewich, president ot the grjup
for the past two years, was unan-
imously elected to the post again.
This makes the thiri-year that
Drewich will serv; the Associa-
tion as its president.
In accepting the post, Drewich
stated that it was his hope that
all capital improvements of the
cemetery will be completed by
the Summer of 1953. He also
pledged continued effort to make
the cemetery a pleasant park and
praised officers and directors for
their support in behalf of the
Association.
Samuel Dickson was reelected
1st vice president. Other officers
are Leo Meyer, 2nd vice presi-
dent; Sidney H. Palmer, secre-
tary and executive vice presi-
dent; and Abraham Pepper, treas-
urer. All elective officers re-
ceived a unanimous vote. ^^
Directors selected ty represent
congregations and -seated offic-
ially include: Congregation Beth
David Samuel Dickson, Harry
Simons and Nathan 'Alexander;
Congregation Beth Jacob Leo
Meyer, David Whitman and Joe
Cohen; Congregation Beth El
Abraham Pepper, Sidney H.
Palmer and Sam Futerfas; Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
H. M. Drewich, Max Apfel-
baum and Ben Sokoloff; and Sis-
terhood Chessed Shel Ernes
Mrs. Israel Goldberg, Mrs. Sarah
Stone and Mrs. Ann Block.
Fifth Term At
Hebrew School
H. M. Drewich will head the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation in his fifth term as
president, it was announced early
this week.
Others elected to serve with
Drewich are Dave Kleber. 1st
vice president; Abe Kaplan, 2nd
vice president; Jack Stone, treas-
urer; Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, fi-
nancial secretary; Herman Nee-
delman, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Nat Coulton, corresponding
secretary.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors are Mrs. Sarah Stone, Sam
Silver, William Clein, J. Roth, A.
FcKlinan, Max Apfelbaum, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Becker, Sam Cohen.
I. Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. David
Meltzer, Mr. and Mrs. Hershey
Glantz, Louis Stone. Mr. and Mrs.
Frederic Rosenthal, Henry Wolf-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, I ov,
Joe Rutansky. Sam Reinhard ^f 5"'JJre* SOnf' "arry: *Ml"
Sam Herman, Max Stein and A ^m v' ? t ,k^ f*"*?
Stahi of New York; also three daugh-
I nrvil Plaque
At Wet Miami
Dedication of a memorial
plaque presented to the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center by Mr. Jack
Swartz, of Columbus, Ohio, will
take place Sunday afternoon, No-
vember 16th, at 2 p.m.
The plaque will be presented in
memory of the late Louis R.
Swortz, her brother, who was
killed in a plane crash last Feb-
ruary in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciate at the services. Mrs. Ann
Swortz, widow, will unveil the
plaque.
Barnhard Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Eli
Barnhard. formerly of 101 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, November
16th at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Memo-
rial Park Cemetery with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr.
Barnhard is survived by his wife.
Pioneer Women
Install Officers
A literary-musical evening will
be the feature during the meeting
of Pioneer Women, Club No. 1,
on Sunday, November 16th, at
:he Blackstone Hotel, according
Leading the feature will be the | Residential Owners' Association ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
Residents Group
Eleets Off (leers
HilliardL. Joseph was reeled-i' *?*? ta
ed president of the Miami Beach I charge of Palmer Mlam' Monu-
ters, Mrs. Sonya Sabshin, of Mi-
ami, Rae Rosman and Lillian
Fields, both of New York. Mr.
Barnhard was a member of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob of Miami
Beach. Arrangements are in
Mesdames M. Horowitz, Manya
Shubov, S. Nelson and Irving
Nelson.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bea
Jaffer, who will also install the
group's new officers.
These are the Mesdames Soph-
ie Krantz, president; Esther Gar-
A comprehensive report_of the ber, 1st vice president; Fannie
Krigstein, 2nd vice president;
Operating Committee, composed
of Drewich, Pepper and Palmer
was received. An annual state-
ment from certified public ac-
countants was also read.
Appointed co-chairmen to'make
plans for the Annual Installation
Dinner were Harry Simons and
David Whitman. Serving with
them are Joe Cohen, Samuel
Dickson, Leo Meyer, Ben Sokol-
off and Mrs. Israel Goldberg.
Plans were also discussed to
arrange for a dedicatory service.
Appointed on the committee were
Harry Simons, Abraham Pepper,
Samuel Dickson, Max Apfelbaum,
David Whitman, Leo Meyer, Mrs.
Israel Goldberg and Mrs- Anna
Block. The dedication ceremony
is expected to take place in Feb-
ruary.
Elected To Chairmanship
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan and Mrs.
Joseph Mintzes were elected to
chairmanships at a recent meet-
ing of Pioneer Women, Club No.
2, according to an announcement
by Mrs. Ida Jacobs, president.
Capitol Spotlight
.' uied on Page 5 A)
nimittee on Government
Itions goes to Senator Jos-
McCarthy. The Senator's
has been observed by
organizations. He has, on
st one occasion, inserted
Jewish material in the Con-
pnal Record. His aid to.the
BS troops guilty of the Mal-
i lassacre is well known.
">ke(l if he would repudi-
e support of Gerald L. K.
McCarthy said he would
BS judgment upon any man
fitter what his reputation
rC'ai thy's reluctance to label
has not been noted in
other cases. An ADL
nan said McCarthy's
es have helped make "a
B which the professional
exploit for their subver-
ends."
>ator Robert A. Taft be-
majority policy chairman
Senate. Taft aided Israel
Ms been honored by Rabbi
H'Uel Silver and other
inent Jews. However, his
on the rights of Nazi war
jals were controversially
, He *fidjcated no j>ax-
erties or rights of Americans
charged by Senator McCarthy
with disloyalty. Taft assaulted
the Morgenthau plan which was
aimed at preventing any resurg-
ence of German militaristic na-
tionalism. He went on record
favoring the Bricker resolution
which was resigned to prevent
American ratification of the Un-
ited Nations Conventions on Gen-
ocide and Human Rights.
Senator Bricker, who has led
the fight against American ap-
proval of United Nations human
rights efforts, was re-elected. An-
other Ohioan, Representative
Clarence J. Brown, who once de-
manded an investigation of the
B'nai B'rith, was re-elected. A
Democrat, Representative Martin
Dies of Texas, returned to the
Hdlise which once before rever-
berated to his McCarthy-like
charges.
Other personalities were elect-
ed or re-elected, and their views
on such questions as civil rights
are not encouraging. Organiza-
tions interested in such matters
are waiting to see whether Eisei*-
hower's liberal pledges will be
implemented. They will offer
Minnie Bauer, treasurer; Fannie
Rothman, financial secretary;
Celia Beckerman, recording sec-
retary.
The Mesdames Leah Nopkin,
corresponding secretary; M. Alt-
man, membership chairman; Hen-
ry Seitlin, Maotzet Hapoalot; Ida
Horowitz and Essie Wilensky,
Jewish National Fund; and Louis
Feinstein and Betty Pakula,
Child Rescue Fund. ,
at its election meeting this week.
In addition to Joseph, who now
serves a second term, other of-
ficers are Mrs. Maria Santora,
vice president; David Orlinsky,
treasurer; and Mrs. Frances R.
Joseph, executive secretary.
Members of the Board are Bor- I Miami ,Beach Jewish Cen'
is Bieley, Josephine McGettigan. i 'er Chapter of United Synagogue
Youth has selected Joel Brown as
Board meet-
Joel Brown,
USY Delegate,
Attends Meet
Robert J. Yaffey, Joseph H. New-
man, Rebecca Hilsenrad, Benja-
min H. Zimmerman, Sara Weiner
and Adolph Finkler.
Member Card Party
representative at a _
ing of the Southeast Region of
USY in Jacksonville today.
The meeting will attempt to co-
ordinate the activities of the vari-
ous local groups.
Mrs. David Zangwill. of 1880 j The next meeting of the USY
SW 16th Street, vice president of Group here will be on Tuesday,
the B'nai B'rith Women of Mi- : November 19th, at the Miami
ami, will hold a Card Party for | Beach Jewish Center, where a
new members on Wednesday, j full report on the meeting will be
November 19th, at 8 p.m. I made by Joel Brown.

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IIDAY- novqoJ-;
which
You
The Welcome Mat unrolls for Nat Simon, wile Sally and son
Adrian Buddy) who've taken a charming house on Sheridan
Avenue. Nats the famed songwriter whose keyboard spills song
hits. Favorite of mine is still The Old Lamplighter").
Forever known is Nat. however, for his "Poinciana
mcvs in annually come June and the Poinciana Festival,
remember that two years back, the festival committee dubbed him
Kr.icht of the Royal Poinciana. occasion marked by his piano per
fcrmance of his numerous tune-hits at the' Coral Gables Country
Club ball Son Buddy is a vet. and a furniture expert First
COUSia U gusty Murray Franklin.hU cocktail moved across the
street from the Atlantic Towers to the El Morocco three months
age First thing Nat did here was get a piano, substitute for
ffcg two in his Riverside Drive apartment .
BIG CIVIC EVENT due November 17th in the Colony Res-
taurant is the testimonial dinner to Max Friedson Claud?
Pepper will officiate through an evening dedicated also to the
public birth of the Foundation for Civic Education and the pres-
entation of its distinguished leaders ... Mr. Friedson had phoned
rr to l'aquesi that this column refrain from admiration of his
multitudinous achievements but I assured him I could do no
such thing. We stand on our constitutional rights to applaud
whet's significant beneficial! And now I await Mr. Friedson s
next call scolding me again .
PEOPLE AND NEWS:
A thousand thi nks to I S ul Worth for
s.: Miami Beach SymphonetU
Reti rned is K nnj no aft. a si nmi
: G< rgia C* N rth and South Carolina and Illinois.
- :- ince Mh
Miss Judith Glass Weds Bernard BIG
Couple Honeymoon In Havana, Nassi
Sunday. November 9th, was the date (hosen bv ir
GlBSS, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glass 900 Mi-r^
fo, hr wedding to Bernard Ellis, son of Mr. and V^H
1851 SW 19th Street *" **\
SfaJ
Miss Arlyne Purcel
Purcel, Bookbinder
Betrothal Told Here
Mr. and Mrs Mill
: 5838 Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Arlyne.
to Rob- inder, s in of Mj
'and Mrs Albert B >>kbinder. For-
in the h:lls and vales est Hills I. ng Island. New York.
He's at t Miss Purcel was graduated
:: :r. Stephens College. Colum-
Th- afternoon ceremony took place at the Lincoln
man was Samuel Segal. Rabbi
M A Skop. spiritual leader
of the Coral Cables Jewish Cen-
ffmated. Traditional wed-
ding songs were offered by Miss
Marleni Feldstein, accompanied
| v the Buddy Lewis Trio.
The bride wore a chantilly lace
,1 with cathedral train and
long fitted sleeves pointed at the
wrist the boat neckline outlined
with seedpearls. Her fingertip veil
of French illusion was held in
plan' by a coronet of seedpearls.
She carried a white satin Bible
with two white orchids and step-
n itis shower.
Maid Of honor was Miss Renee
sister of the groom. She
a : lyal blue waltz-length
tulle gown with grey satin sash
and carried a heartshaped fan of
./" sweetheart roses. Ringbearer was
Harvey Strauss posl tl season is at the-Raleigh. You recall |..,. Missouri Mr Bookbinder is
. Rul ifted her mink to the. a graduate of the University of
;.: Miami.
EYE ON PROPERTY: The ..uple plan a December
Fran Joseph she's execul retary of the growing Miami wedding which will take place
v,t. Residential Owners Ass ciation reports that their sights in Miami Beach.
. ... n n en i Dt I Lummus Park. In particular, by no
uilding of any type Tliey loathe any
:.. en <- Yeah a good question
[f necess jays shi thi group will serve an in-
Johnny Wemer, cousin of the
bride.
Mrs. GlasW*nother of the bride,
and Mrs. F.llis, mother of the
groom, were attired in grey taf-
feta with matching lace and grey j
chantilly with matching satin re-ltrip t
Mrs. Bernard ]
Havana and N
Weizmann Memorial
On Forum Of Air
fulfilln I :hat architect's sketch
In-
mow tl iatl n me* U in n i mbers'
: :
CN TOUR:
Florence Dr. Leo) Wool has a first-class guidepost to their
hems on Cortex Street. "Ycu know that sausage tree on LeJeune
F.cid? That's us. Right beside us. practically!"
Hearty sight the other afternoon was Ruth Wolkowsky Green-
es::: exchanging reunion memories with Grace Berlow. both "re-
.tbering when" they shared the Ann Arbor campus. The Green-
Belds' xestful young sons so close you think they're twins!
didn't care for a speck of the conversation, though, and busied
he selves with their own disgusted remarks. Ruth and Grace
can :iil in the missing syllabus later, for Grace, glory be. has de-
cided to remain at the Sandpiper Villas rather than go on to Cal-
.:::-.a .
So irresistible, apparently, is Herman Binder on projects, that
they do everything except slop the presses, in order to accomodate
hi] news releases Special guests he was steering amid the
Boulevard Hotel's clothesline art show Saturday were Poland's
Z- ar.d Mrs. Em;'. Z'.sa-*-sky. Mrs. Zisawsky is a renowned artist.
Z:. Zisawsky was snapped up by the Univerity of Miami for In-
texal ".:r.a". Law .
BAR MITZVAH:
EETTNGS 1 Isaac k
Ai 5. 1 [ the .;.
' me! pitase
Here it is I I litt scret Be-
"..- i :i> dev k | '
11th Street Miami.
A Memorial Broadcast for the
laU President of the state of
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. will
be heard Sunday. November 16th.
10 to 11 a.m., on Simon
's Jewish Forum of the
An station WMIE.
Downtown Member Drive
A Mi mbership Drive will be
i by the Sisterhood of the
Downtown Synagogue on Mon-
N tvember 17th. 8
.. at 137 >"W 3rd Avenue.
Miami, announced Mrs Anna
S vartz, pn '
I rc PorchaM1 III'
I lirislm.-is S Wit if S100.000 1 be
1952 C Seals
next
>'. N \> mbi 17th, .1 m
n
spectively. Both wore double pur- and Mrs Euls wll] ^
pie orchid corsages. Sweet-Fl Apartment*
A reception and dance for fam-
ily and friends followed the cere-
mony. Among out-of-town guests
were Mrs. Minnie Stepinoff, aunt
of the bride, from New York; Mrs.
Samuel Broder. aunt of the
groom, from Brooklyn; Mrs. Hen-
ry Feldman, aunt of the groom,
from Suffern, New York; Mrs.
Minnie Cutler and Mrs. Thea
Blocke. cousins of the bride from
Buffalo and Brooklyn.
N". .vlywed Mrs. Ellis is a grad-
uate of New York Schools and
Whitefield High School. Miami
Beach. The groom is a graduate of
Miami High School, attended the
University "f Miami, and gradu-
ated from the US Naval Corps
School in San Diego, California.
He is with the US Naval Reserve.
For her going away costume,
the bride chose a black summer
suit with black accessories and
white orchid corsage. Upon re-
turning from thail honeymoon
Beth Tiilah Sisters
Will Honor Memtal
On Sunday evening, 1
30th. 6 p.m. the Cot
BethTfilah Sisterhood i|
a suppei. honoring mes
turning hi n foi the mrij
on.
The committee in cbs
rangemenl- includes
dames R Katz. R.
Herzog. A Stern, A Sfl
JR. Sher and B. Pakuli
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nacine? s> want to tip yau oil J Seal they are the only
that your fat eat i ent ovei most. Now :'.,.t you'n D la County Tuber-
: to him. j thai Associati n has
y will b to End of privata fund I fight 1
:
CHINESE SUPPER:
Hang a couple of gongs on Sunday. November 23rd __ and
let them hammer out the news that ihe Miami Chapter. B'nai
B'rilh will serve a juicy Chinese supper, specially catered, in the
Miami Jewish Community Center. Chow and chow-main from
5:3C p.m. to J p.m.. topped by xippy entertainment. Funds $1 for
adults. SOc for children will equip teevee and recreational facil-
ities at the Vets Hospital here This is the chapter ringing
with action comprising mostly southwest gals who take only
victory for an answer. When just 10 days old. they tossed a smor-
- = szcrd that outpitched Old Scandia. says Ida Forer Chairmen
are Mrs. Philip Coe and Mrs. Herman Goldstein .
Also young, but hot. is another group the Miami Beach
League of Women Voters. Two of its sparkplugs are Lillian Babel
and Sally Bromb^rg. With others, they're compiling a Know
Ycur Town survey, first step toward promotion from the provis-
ional status now given them by the national League They're
tending out a call for more members Staunch member is Mrs.
Harry Zuckermck. so slertly League-minded that no one was the
:e = s: surprised when dag button-holed Bill Baggs recently and. in-
stead of comrr.endirg him on his speech which he probably ex-
pected1, she promptly said: "I'm glad to see that you like the
le-i'jf of Women Voters."
His prompt reply: "I'm crazy about !hem."
Her smooth retort: "You should be."
JOTTINGS:
Mannie Tanenbaum and his wife are 5er.ai.ieJy cordiaJ guys.
N W :- When they re glad to see
t.-t\ -..> it with a great big embrace' One man *ri
November 4th. whattw: ee, is Ted Press. Reason ? T:
the birthday of their twins, now 14: Stanley and Glenda .
, Steinmans' small daughter is 3li. And a honey Alar.
K. "t"s seductive band is at the Sorrento, not the Shelborne WeU
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NOVEMBER 14, 1952
+Je*Uhtk>rkU*r,
sonally Speaking...
PAGE 7A
Mrs. Nathan Tudor, of
Ith Avenue, Miami, an-
ic birth of their second
aid Leslie, last October
Bris vyas on October
lh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
as Godparents. Sandek
Schaffer. Rabbi Sam-
Itei officiated.
ft ft ft
etely recovered follow-
Ix-month illness is Mrs.
5t< ir, of 1325 Meridian
Miami Beach.
' ft ft
Ifiist born, daughter Dale
[has arrived to Miami
Ichitect Leonard H. Glas-
|his wife, Teri.
ft ft ft
Id Mrs. Joseph B. Pom-
k 1535 West 21st Street,
Island No. 4, announce
if their daughter. Avis
It Saint Francis Hospital
briber 2nd. The new ar-
Ihc sister of David Mich-
IWilliam Allan, 3; and
Craig, Hi. Maternal
rents are Mr. and Mrs.
cdei. of Chicago, Illin-
Iternal grandmother is
pllie Pomerance, of 441
|vo Alto Drive, Miami
ft ft ft
Id Mrs. Arthur M. Kahn,
ion Avenue, Miami
announce the birth of
\: brother, Albert Lee, on
8th. at Saint Francis
Grandparents are Mrs.
ahn and Mr. and Mrs.
Todd, all of Miami. An-
birth of their son,
drew, at Saint Francis
m October 31st, are Mr.
Burton S. Kahn, of
V Road. Maternal
. :its are Mr. and Mrs.
hi r, of Richmond, Vir-
1 grandmother is
L Kahn, Miami
The new fathers arc
i sins.
V ft ft
Dr a two-week tour of
last week was Flor-
leedman, member of the
pager's Office staff, Mi-
lch.
ft ft ft
Id Mrs. Sidney H. Palm-
son. Morty, spent the
with their daughter,
D( the University of Flor-
Gainesville, during the
|o:iiecoming there. ,
? ft ft
|I:ving Jacobson, her son,
and mother, Mrs. Morris
I, have returned from Chi-
Ihere they attended the
f. vah of Brenda Shapiro,
k of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
*i Convalescent Home
fg in Care to the Elderly and
H> III. 24-Hour Nursing Serv -
o. Diets Strictly Observed
i"d Semi.Private Rooms
tEC ALLEN. Director
J3' S.W. 12th Avenue
Inone; 2-5437 and 9-0278
f andM"- A^on Liebman,
of 342 Jefferson Avenue, Miami
Beach, left for the north to spend
a year with their children Mr
and Mrs. Moe Tarr, of eamden,
New Jersey. A farewell party
was tendered them by their
brother and sister-in-law. Mr
and Mrs. Abram Dorff, 972 SW
3rd Street, Miami.
ft ft ft
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
berg were hosts to residents of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
last Wednesday evening in honor
of their son's birthday. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky was in charge of en-
tertainment.
ft ft ft
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg
of 2382 SW 15th Street, announce
the birth of their daughter, Judy
Lynn, at Saint Francis Hospital,
on October 24th. Mrs. Feinberg
the former Ethel Mintzer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mintzer, Miami. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. David
Feinberg, of Dover, New Jersey.
Flamingo Chapter
To Hold First
Member Social
Flamingo Chapter, B'nai .B'rith
Women, will hold its first Mem-
bership Social at Moose Hall, 305
East 32nd Street, Hialeah, on
Wednesday, November 19th.
The day has been proclaimed
as B'nai B'rith Day by Mayor
Henry Milander, according to
Mrs. Ida Optner, temporary pub-
licity chairman. Members of the
Chapter, as well as those who will
join on the 19th, are scheduled to
sign the first B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's charter of the area.
Guest speakers will be Harry
Goodmark, president of the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges;
Sidney Aronovitz, president of the
B'nai B'rith Metropolitan Men's
Council; Milton Friedman, Na-
tional Youth Commissioner; and
Mayor Milander.
Hostesses at the affair will be
the temporary officers who in-
clude the Mesdames Ted Robin-
son, president; Eli Rainbow, Ir-
ving Seligman and Joseph New-
man, vice presidents; Harold Kra-
vitz, treasurer; Mitchell Wolfson,
corresponding secretary; Morris
Miller, recording secretary; and
Vincent Pinto, counselor.
Raphael Steinhardt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stein-
hardt, 4560 Adams Avenue,
Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Sholom on Saturday morn-
ing, 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. The
Bar Mitzvah is an 8th grade
student at the Nautilus
School.
Grandparents Attend
Panics Bar Mitzvah
Laurence Alan Barnes, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Parnes,
2001 SW 19th Street. Miami, will
become- Bar Mitzvah, tomorrow
morning. 9 a.m., at the Beth David
Synagogue. ri wi 1M
The oar Mitzvah attends the
Beth David Religious and Sunday
Joseph Lauer Is Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow
At Hebrew AeatkMiiyrReeeption'FoIlows
Joseph Isaac Lauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer. 345
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning, November 15th, at the Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a member of the June, 1953 Graduating
Class of the Academy and has
'jeen a student there since its in-
ception five years ago. He is a
regular member of the panel
show. Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy Quiz Kids appearing
weekly on the Jewish Forum of
he Air. He is also a charter mem-
ber of the Young Judea Group
Palmach.
Aaron S. Lauer. father of the
Bar Mitzvah, is one of the pion-
eers and founders of the Hebrew
Academy and is its current su-
pervisor. He is a member of the
Young Israel Synagogue of Mi-
ami Beach and recording secre-
tary of the Hebrew Academy
Fathers' Club.
Mrs. Lauer. who is a member
of the Board of Directors. Hebrew
Academy Women, also serves as
secretary-auditor of the Daugh-
ters of Israel.
Relatives and friends of the
Lauer family coming to Miami
Beach for Bar Mitzvah occasion
are Mr. Isidore Lauer, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Fiigman, Mr. Moses
Hoenig and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron |
W. Hoenig, all of New York.
Guests arriving from Baltimore.
Maryland, are Rabbi and Mrs.
Nathan Drsizin.
Following the services, a Re-
ception and Kiddush will be held
at the Academy in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah.
\bbi J. Amttel
and
S. Silber
unce the Opening'
cf the
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u the Public)
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Service Available
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Call For Mother
March On Polio
Mothers who wish to volun-
teer for services as Corporals in
the Mothers' March On Polio
should phone 2-3954 or 82-0938,
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. Maj-
or in charge, said this week.
"We are trying to get our work-
ers early this year," Mrs. Wein-
traub, declared, "because we have
a bigger job than ever to do."
She pointed out that this has
been Dade County's worst year
for Polio, with 210 cases reported
to date.
The Mothers' March is out to
top its total of $116,256 last year
by 25 percent," Mrs. Weintraub
said.
Joseph I. Lauer
Israelite Center Meeting
Members of the Israelite Center
will meet Tuesday evening for a
special meeting, announced Hy
Morris, nresident.
Lear School IT A
Meet ft Wednesday
The Lear School held its first
Parent-Teacher meeting of the
school year on Wednesday. Prin-
cipal speaker of the evening was
Maurice Survis. graduate of the
Harvard School of Law.
Other speakers included Miss
Charlotte Epstein, assistant prin-
cipal of The Lear School, and
Mrs. Natalie Jordan, supervisor
of the Primary Division.
Tifereth Israel Meeting
Members of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will meet on
Monday evening, November 17th,
at 8:30 p.m.
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Laurence Parnes
School and the Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School.
He is a member of the Beth
David Teen Age Bowling League.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah. and
Laurence's brother. Edmund, will
conduct the Musaf Service.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Engelberg,
of Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, his
grandparents, will be here for the
occasion.
Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony.
Beth David Sisters To
Hear Book Review
A regular meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will be held on
Wednesday, November 20th, at
1 p.m., in the Synagogue.
In the absence of its president.
Mrs. Harry Lauffer, who has
gone to Philadelphia to attend
the National Sisterhood Confer-
ence. Mrs. Max Bergman, 1st vice
president, will preside at the
meeting.
Mrs. Phil Abrams, Program
chairman, announces a book re-
view by Mrs. Harold Kaufman on
A Walker In The City, by Al-
fred Kazen.
ROOM & BOARD AVAILABLE
Refined family have one room
available for season. Delicious
kosher-style meals, television, etc.
Levinson. 1334 N.W. First Street,
Miami. Ph. 82-2858.
WANTED
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able. Apply Apt. No. 1. Mrs.
Isaacs. 1361 S.W. 7 th St.
FOR RENT
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Miami Beach. Ph. 58-7692.
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New restaurant, all new equipment,
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RESTAURANT. IMMOKALEE. FLA.
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rJSS Bar M'tJvah of
i ,r,"r son Joseph
k m No,v'"ber 15th, 1952
[ "I to annoumv that
t ."> ( nti-rer. on thin
'ocaaioa.
Young Judaea Meets
In Training Session
The Second session of the
Young Judaea Training Course
will take place Monday, Novem-
ber 17th, 8:15 p.m.. at the home
of Marcia Gross, 4631 North
Meridian Avenue.
Rabbi Moses Meschek :'f will
be guest speaker and will dis-
cuss: Survey Of Great Jewish
Heroes Of The Past.
MAYFAIR ACADEMY
Fcr Little Folks
Nursery Pre-School
Kinde'garten
Aisn Room & Fl. aid liy Day, Week,
to, Afl :' V. irx Up. Under i-x-
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Ph. 86-8079
Beach Business Group
Hears Convention Talk
Miami Beach Business and Pro- j
fessional Women's Group of Ha- i
dassah met on Wednesday even- ;
ing at the San Marino Hotel. '
The program teatured an In- |
duction ceremony for new mem-
I : ad was conducted by Dor-
Park :.
Frances Lebon, president, and i
Lillian G >,".:-.-..m. irn I
from Detr it, gave, i :i the
recent Hadi ssah Convent]
thejse. Jean Brown, chairman of
, the Medical Center, rendered ..
report.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1952
SEC. B
world affai.-s, will hear a special
report by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
executive vice man of the
UJA. who returned to this coun-
try late last week following con-
sultations with top Israeli lead-
ers and with the overseas direc-
tors of the Joint Distribution
Committi e.
Dr. Schwartz conferred in Par-
is with JDC directors for coun-
tries in Europe, the Middle East
and North Africa and met in
Jerusalem with Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, as well as
with leaders of th" Jewish Agen-
id Jewish Appeal Will Inaugurate
| Annual Campaign In New York City
Y< IRK American Jews in 1953. will mark one of the
I aries 01 m idern times as they participate in the 15th
Nationwide Campaign of the United Jewish Appeal which
i hed next month in New York City at an extraordinary
jv UJA National Conference.
I ; | M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA, in call-
r;,i..in to the three-day
[ irmed it "a momen-
which will signal the
United Jewish Ap-
[i. nth year of life-sav-
nference, to be held at
Waldorf-Astoria Ho-
l Saturdi y and Sun-
. r 12th through 14th,
I ethi r !' 'i'e than
ieo untry's mest prom-
wish leaders wh >se four-
will be:
K and asses the 1953
Tof Israel's immigrants,
in European and
Is and refugee new-
the United States. (2)
[ r53 United Jewish
ipaign objective. (3)
| A National off in is.
, United Jewish Ap-
l ear of humanitarian
Jews throughout the
d. ; noted that the Con-
coincide with the
1 s of Chanuka and that a
. n will be devoted to
ki vance by the more than
nbled delegates and
I n to charting the Un-
f, Appeal's 1953 Cam-
inaugurating the UJA's
liar of service to the Jew-
pie, the Conference will
jrve as a final national ral-
fpjint for the presentation
p.munity proceeds on the
current special drive to
$.13,000,000 in cash.
burg also pointed out that
|i -18.000.000 of this spec-
ort-term goal has already
! and that the $17,-
i sh balance must be
. re the end of the year,
.-day Conference, to
.1 by outstanding fig-
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bcision by the Agricultural
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the collective settlement of
I Harod between the Mapai
[Mapam members of the col-
along the line of a wadi
jh runs through the settle-
Bpam representatives at the
adrut's agricultural council
tessed their opposition to this
fsion and left the meeting af-
b stormy debate. They de-
fed that the Mapam members
Tin Harod would not abide
phe decision and insisted that
division of the settlement
bid be made by splitting the
butz into western and eastern
rn the other hand, the Mapai
Mapam Parties have come
8" agreement over the future
Noar Oved, the labor youth
f'ement, and thus managed to
off a threatened split in
| youth labor organization. Un-
the agreement, the work of
organization will come under
| control of the Histadrut, with
orite youth being educated in
rdance with the principles of
Histadrut. Three representa-
ks of the Histadrut executive
participate .in the Noar Oved
cutive council. The Commun-
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During
+Je*ist> fhrkfian
FRIDAY
The Week ...as i see 11
By LEO MINDLIN
WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT DAVID LAWRENCE is
guilty of rejecting the poisonous ignorance of lesser men. In ; pre-
lection article on November 3rd. he forsaw Dwight Elsenhower's
victory ;,nd predicted the landslide proportions that subsequ.r.th
.swept the Republican Party back into the White Hous. aftei twenty
years of Presidential anemia.
This apparently demonstrates Lawrence's political astuten.'ss.
He had little outside professional opinion by which to guide the
extent of his forecast; most pollsters maintained rigorous silence
cr refused to commit themselves beyond expecting a "fairly close
race". They remembered their embarrassing -experience in 1948.
Lawrence, on the oth\r hand went so far as to suggest that Eisen-
hower could win without the support of New York. Illinois and
California.
Miami Symphony
Club ll.i- Seeond
Preview I.hihIi
The Second Preview Luncheon
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony Club will take place at the
Miami Woman's Club. 17;t."> Bay-
shore Drive, on Friday. Novem-
ber 21st. 12:30 p.m.
Edward Clarke will be com-
mentator on the all-Wagner pro-
gram scheduled for performance
the orchestra, with Miss Helen
Traubel a- guesl soloist, on Sun-
day and Monday, November 23rd
and 24th.
Clarke will have two assisting
artists, Martha Feagin, mezzo so-
prano who will sing Traume and

piano who will .sing li.iuine aim
It turned out that he was correct in his assumption. Had the Schmerzen, with Junia Sells at
104 electoral votes ol these three states gone t.> Adlai Stevenson, the piano
the Republican nominee would still be victorious.. Actually. Law-
rence reckoned on Elsenhower's capturing the latter two. His
doubt concerning New York stemmed from the fact that "then will
be an unusually heavy vote of Jewish groups on the Democratic
side there".
SUCH GENERALIZING IS DANGEROUS. It indicates that 4
Jews have particular interests which they seek to protect in unified Crfl \Pf)CA|1 Tfllllfllll
fashion. It implies that they are willing to subvert their role- as W JvOjVll IVIIiyill
American citizens for the purpose of group lobbving lAftlli C T%\ -
"The Jewish vote", as it has politely come to be called mean, ffllll jUSPCFISS T l8Y Pythian Sisters Will Name Slate WwW.1
a host of different things, each of them eril. to a host of self- -------r .motp iwj t *w u,ule ^Onesday
designated sociologists. Some feel that "the Jewish
Mrs. I. Daniel Shorell is chair-
i man of the social activities.
-------------------------
Studio M Opens
A check for the Miami Beach Jewish Center Rel
Scholarship Fund is presented to Rabbi Irvinn 2&T
itual leader, by Larry Niditch. treasurer, and nW3
secretary ol the Miami Beach Young Adults. TheT
raised at a dance given by the Young Adults. *
--.. ------- ..._. .... ...... group" is
completely composed of wild-eyed Communists who. in secret re-
lations with Mosccw. plot the downfall of the United States.
Others seriously dub the Jews "International Capitalists" who rep-
resent the essential foundation of Wall Street and who. as world
financiers, control cartel industrial empires, technology and the
arts.
Mon evalent ; haps, is a confused image ol these two ex-
I nes which portn m with sidelocks, pointed beards and skull
heme to attain s mi vicious, personal end never clearlj
In eithi ntation in function ol
anti-Semitic proi us oi For. in the Loeo murder case. George Keath-
component parts of a hard core that '''>' director, said. According to
in t< ndiviHllol ,1 ......,,,.. .i. i ... Kaathlav R.,^.. ...Ill r.. .....
Patrick Hamilton's play. Rope.'
will h(. featured at the Studio:
M Theater tonight, 8:40 p.m., in
its Bird Road playhouse.
The production will ring up the
curtain of Studio M's third sea-
son here and is scheduled to run
for two and a half weeks there-
after
The psychological, suspense
i >m th,. Leopold-
: murder case, George Keath-
Officers of Roosevelt Temple
No. 33. Pythian Sisters, will meet
today, 12 noon, at Jonesy's Res-
taurant Nomination of officers
for the forthcoming term J
low during a meeting onfc
day evening, Novembe-1
P m at 500 SW 17th A
nate its individu acteristics to tl I legree of
anonymity wl equin
IN LIGHT OF THESE \ views, the Jew is a
: ipl< f demoi racy. But tol-
' It carries negative rather
;' ':'- tones and assum. tacit gn tioi : n pr ssed
: '" A levelling factoi reduce differences, the phil-
; : : l>vng may oftei rai n I trs l upon
. -: '-";- e hatreds when il ....... strains ,,,
tl | : pagai
The fate of the Jewish community in contemporary Soviet
Russia is a case in point. Originally a civil offense. anti-Semitism
nas evolved as a signifcant factor in the Kremlin's governmental
scheme. USSR leaders have sponsored this religious bias until it
is now a prevalent social malady. Jews there are currently re-
garded as "cosmopolitan bourgeois Zionists" whatever that
mean?) who will not relinquish their individuality and who rep-
resent a threat to the Soviet mediocracy.
enci ngling out ol "the Jewish vote
; eason. II makes of the Jewish community here o
' V ,:':- '' wh,<* may fall the arrows ol futun dis-
; ,'-' however, is the tact that tabulated sta-
ling on 1> vember 4th. disprove the existence ol
Florida MAY be USED as an exampl, of the nations gen-
n Day Normally expected to support Stev-
tic defection added to the mag-
Florida's residents gave the Republican nominee some 87.000
votes more than hi, opponent. If there were a specific group in
clmat.on. should have been apparent as a uniform L.oVm
. STS?' Wh6re lh"e is a "ncentrated Jewish population of
acout 50 000 persons. Such did not prov, ,he case, however ,hi
Illinois Governor was outpolled by close to 26.000 votes
[ r**UJ analysts ol prec.net balloting here indicates that Gr< iter
m, part in
fri A:"' -' Predominantly populated by Jewish per
sons expressed their po itical preference by social and economic
Station rathe, than by falsely preconceived sociological notions How
manv of these Jews are former Northern Republican" "r ,n h.
Keathley, Rope will feature sev-
players who have not ap-
jpeared in Miami previously.
The list includes Eliot Field.
a New York radio actor for the
pasl three years. Field will be
i ast in the role of Ruper Cadell.
Others are Gene Marlowe, a
Univi rsit) ol Miami Ring The-
ater actor, as Granillo; Corinne
Cichon, drama major from Dt-
Paul University, as Leila: and
Richard Stengel, member of the
Coral Gables Country Club Little
Theater, as Professor Kentley.
! Brandon, the male lead, will
' be played by a Studio M regular
Alan Mixon. Completing the cast
is dangerous for IJ8 M>'rt'e Rogers, as Mrs. Deben-
ham
Rope is the 11th Studio M pro- I
duction.
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\ cl Loan Aajociation of-
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League, left Miami last weekend
to attend the National Conven-
tion of the US Savings and Loan
League at the statler Hotel in
New York.
Savings and Loan Associations
throughout Florida now hold
$600,000,000 in savings The
more than 6.000 such Associations
frunp of traditional S,u^^ Wd more than
VOTERS IN THE SOUTH BEACH region, for example [avored
!ndV''hove & a"OUl|2 1 L n ,h" "Uur hand' Pnc,s ,ndudmg,
and above No. 27. which serves as a convenient dVrnarkation for he
ftgk*, -eversed th,, same ratio, with Eisenhower largely running \
. A,Simwr Ei,enhower Preference obtained in the precincts
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Id, New York C.,y. i. % "
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and the reasons for its individual expression found their parallel
in other groupings.
One may go down the line of so-called "Jewish :,vr-.- Phila
delphia. Chicago. Cleveland. Baltimore and Los Angeles and a
portrait of anonymous rather than specifically 'Jewish" voting be-
comes increasingly apparent.
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NOVEMBER 14, 1952
*Jewist noridSan
Book Month To Be Ushered In !
November 16th; Reviews Featured
ssh Book Month will be heralded into Greater Miami by a
ish Book Festival meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
inday, November 16th, 8 p.m.
county-wide Festival will feature a symposium on Great
In Jewish Literature, with Rabbi Morris A. Skoo, of Coral
ewish Center, speaking on Jewish literature in English;
News of Jewish Book Month
activities and book programs will
be heard on most local radio sta-
tions following schedules of such
activities by Joseph Duntov and
Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, radio chair-
men. Publicity is in the hands
of Seymour B. Liebman and Lou-
is Schwartzman, co-chairmen.
The Jewish Book Council has
arranged for book review services
to all Jewish organizations during
PAGE
3B
turman, instructor of the
of Jewish Studies, pre-
lYiddish literature; Louis
zman, executive director
Jureau of Jewish Educa-
lecting Hebrew literature;
Ibbi Irving Lehrman, of
{mi Beach Jewish Center,
as chairman and moder-
symposium will be sup-
ked with a recital of Jew-
tk Month events by Syd-
Frechling Tapped'
For UM Iron
Arrow Honorary
Al Frechling. vice president of
the student body at the Uni-
versity of Miami and a member of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, was
tapped into Iron Arrow, highest
men's honorary society on cam-
pus, last Thursday.
The Homecoming chairman was
also named to Who's Who In
American Colleges And Uni-
versities on the same day.
Already a member of Omicron
Delta Kappa, highest national
honorary society, Freehling has
captured the coveted big three
awards.
He is a graduate of Miami Sen-
ior High School and transferred
to the University of Miami from
the University of Alabama in
February, 1951. He has held many
positions in Student Government
work and is now on scholarship
as publicity director for the Uni-
versity Miami Band of the Hour.
A Senior majoring in Govern-
ment, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Freehling expects to en-
ter the field of Public Relations
upon graduation.
HEADS JWV
Beach Center
ns Studies
Opei
JEWISH BOOK MONTH
Novemln-r 7 December 7, 1952
I. UrecuDerg, educational dl-
of Temple Beth Sholom
tiairman of the local Jew-
4>M>k Council, and musical
ers by Cantor David Sil-
ban of the Miami Beach Jew-
I Center. Arrangements for
meeting are by Beryl Mor-
md Morris Honigbaum,
|rum chairmen.
.ish Book Month was
ited by an extensive Jewish
Exhibit at the Bayfront
lie Library in Miami on No-
:,er 9th, and will last for
entire week. Rare
and books revealing the
re scope of Jewish literature
<>n display with illustra-
material and free book lists.
Exhibit will move on No-
iber 16th, to the Miami Beach
lu Library for another week's
lay. The Exhibits are under
[direction of Mrs. Joseph Dun-
I and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum.
special feature of the exhibit
series of rare books from the
lary of the world renowned
felist, Sholem Asch. Mr. Asch,
kinter resident here, has also
|t a number of religious articles
showing.
l*rs. Duntov is also arranging
Jewish book exhibits at the
la mi Beach Junior and Senior
gli Schools, North Beach Ele-
pntary, Central Beach, Silver
iff. North Beach Elementary,
ayne Elementary, Nautilus,
knandoata Junior High, Miami
|*iot High, and at the branches
the Greater Miami Jewish
D.'iimunity Center.
Jewish Book Montn. Trie review-
er list includes Seymour B. Lieb-
man, Dr. David Andron, Gilbert
J. Balkin, Joseph Duntov, Ben
Essen, Mrs. Ida Feinerman-Joffe,
Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Molly
Glazer, Dr. M. J. Glick, Sydney
J. Greenberg, Milton Kurman,
Louis Lasavin, Mrs. Bella Lehr-
man, Abraham Levitan, Mrs. Si-
mon Lipton, Dr. Donald Michel-
son.
Leo Mindlin, B. Morrison, Rab-
bi Joseph Narot, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Harold Shapiro, Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, Mrs. Alfred
Stone, Rabbi Alexander Gross,
Mrs. Ruth Geller, Herbert Ber-
ber and Louis Schwartzman.
A list of selected Jewish books
of 1952 has been submitted to
Jewish organizations for choice
in review.
The Festival will be concluded
by a city-wide meeting for Mi-
ami at the Miami Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center on the concluding day,
December 7th, 8 p.m. The meet-
ing will feature Contemporary
Jewish Literature, with a sym-
posium composed of Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Beth David Congrega-
tion; D. Sedletsky, Yiddish writer
on national and social problems;
and Herbert Berger, Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Leon Kaplan will act as chair-
man of the meeting, with a mus-
ical program by Mrs. Jack Don-
nerstag. Supplementary plans
are under the direction of Joseph
Duntov.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, an-
nounces the opening of its Adult
Institute of Jewish Studies on
Wednesday evening, November
19th.
The Institute, which has been
conducted by the Center for sev-
eral years, is affiliated with the
National Academy for Adult
Jewish Studies of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America.
Courses will be divided into
three semesters: a Fall Series
from November 19th, to Decem-
ber 17th; a Winter Series from
January 14th, to March 4th; and
a Spring Seiies from April 8th to
May 6th.
Among the courses offered will
be Modern Hebrew Language, A
Bird's Eye View Of Jewish His-
tory, Our Bible, Dramatic Mo-
ments In Jewish History, The Life
Of The Jew, Our Customs And
Ceremonies and Modern Jewish
Literature.
The National Academy has ac-
credited the courses and will
award certificates of progress
upon completion.
The faculty includes Rabbi
Lehrman, Saul Rabin, educational
director of the Center Religious
School, Mrs. Aida Barad and Mrs.
Miriam Solkoff. Mrs. Harry G.
Rogers is chairman of the Adult
Education Program of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Jesse Moss, of New York City,
recently elected National
Commander of Jewish War
Veterans of the United States
of America, is a former as-
sistant US Attorney. From
1939 to 1941, Moss served as
a Special Tax Prosecutor un-
der appointment by former
Attorney General Frank Mur-
phy. A World War II veter-
an, he was a major in the
US Army Signal Corps and
served in the European The-
ater.
Form Film Group
At M'nivcrsitu
The best in movies of the past,
both American and foreign, will
be presented this winter at the
University of Miami's Lowe Gal-
lery by The Film Society.
Organized this summer by 11
founding committee members
headed by Mrs. John Hawkes, The
Film Society got under way after
enlisting the assistance of Gallery
Director Allan McNab and the fa-
cilities of the gallery.
The program committee, com-
prised of Robert Draper. Mrs.
Charles Quackenbush. Mrs. Mal-
colm Ross and Tripp Russell, has
selected 20 films from which 15
will be chosen for showings this
year. Opening date is Sunday.
November 30th, 8 p.m., with Rug-
gles Of Red Gap. starring Charles
Laughton, as the first presenta-
tion. Also on the bill will be a
March of Time short titled. The
Movies March On.
! | Bonds For Bar
Mitzvah Become
Traditional Here
The practice of presenting Is-
rael Bonds as gifts on significant
occasions is becoming increasing-
ly popular, according to BIG of-
ficials here.
The Bond for Bar Mitzvah
drive, hardly a month old in the
Miami area, seems already to
have become a traditional way
by which to commemorate in
lasting fashion the festivity and
solem_ni,v of Confirmation.
Jerome Louis Rubinowitz, who
was Bar Mitzvah here recently,
was presented with a $100 Israel
Bond purchased for him by his
parents. Mrs. Rebecca Rubino-
witz, his grandmother, has pur-
chased another $100 bond to mark
the occasion. Officials here indi-
cated that the Bar Mitzvah him-
self, not to be outdone, bought
a $50 bond to augment the cur-
rent Issue.
Another family followed the
pattern set for Bar Mitzvah oc-
casions when Dr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph B. Margolis purchased a $500
bond for their son, Stephen Carl
Davis, who was confirmed here.
His grandmother, Mrs. Emanuel
Gordon, and his aunt, Miss Reba
Gordon, also bought bonds at that
time.
In similar fashion, Edwin
Michael Ginsburg was presented
with a bond by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, on
the occasion of his recent Bar
Mitzvah.
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Dentistry Talks
Dr. I. Franklin Miller, dentist
of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, will
conduct a two-day post-graduate
course in full mouth reconstruc-
tive dentistry for the Greater
Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity on November
15th and 16th.
Dr. Miller will stress the pro-
cedures in preserving teeth and
the usefulness of such preserva-
tion to appearance, comfort and
confidence.
Dr. Miller is a graduate of the
Pittsburg School ol Dentistry.
Florida will be the 16th state in
which he has given similar pres-
entations. He has also lectured
in Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico
and San Domingo.
Cardiac Home Chapter
Views Fashion Show
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will hold its annual membership
tea at Melvin Cohen Hall. 4520
West Flagler Street, on Tuesday,
November 18th. 1 p.m.
The afternoon will be high-
lighted by a fashion show from
Altheas. Chairman of the tea is
Mrs. Louis Wolfe, with Mrs.
Michael Blank assisting.
Dr. Blumenthal Will
Speak In Hollywood
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal,
consulting psychologist of Miami.
will be guest speaker at the Hol-
lywood Jewish, Center on Mon-
day evening. November 17th, 8:15
p.m., it was announced by Rabbi
Jacob Honig, spiritual leader of
the Center.
Dr. Blumenthal will present a
special film and discuss Psychol-
ogy And Marriage.
A specialist in the emotional
problems of adults and children,
for 20 years, Dr. Blumenthal has
been awarded the Diplomate in
Clinical Psychology by the Amer-
ican Board of Examiners in Pro-
fessional Psychology. His work
includes the diagnosis and treat-
ment of problems involving mar-
riage relationships, as well as
personal and parent-child adjust-
ment.
Prior to entering private prac-
tice, Dr. Blumenthal was Pro-
fessor of Psychology and Consult-
ing Psychologist at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
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FRIDAY. NO-
vat]
Our UN Newsletter
B> ARTHUR LEWIS
(Copyright, 1952, J< wish Telegraphu A fncj
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Mrs.
Har-
UNITED NATIONS II could be said thai
an'a election a*s rapporteur ol the Third Committei
ation for Israel's missing the vice-pn \ embly by
such .1 narrow margin thi re is this sorl of club h >use attitude i <
job? here. However, her appointment which is a personal one, un-
like si me, such as the vice-presidency which are national, is due to
herself as a capable representative of her country and her set.
Mrs. Harman, who is an energetic young mother of three child-
ren, quite frankly admits the latter in considering the reasons for
her being so honored. It lias become a tradition in the Third Com-
mittee which is the Social Committee to have a woman as one of its
officers. Last year. Madame Figuorea, the charming and beautiful i
delegate from Chile, was president. In fact, the Third Committee
lias become known as the Women's Committee for it always has ,i
large number of women delegates there are about a do/en worn- |
en in the committee this year.
Although she has been with the Israeli delegation a little more
than a year, Mrs Harman has lierume well known for her s.'.cial I
work here as she was on the executive board ol UNICEF, the rhild-
:< n's emergency fund, and was a member of its programs committee.
When she was elected to the position of rapporteur. an Afghan who
was her opponent, announced that hail he known he was running
against a woman, he would never have allowed his name to be pul
forward. This remark was the occasion for some mirth in the com-
mittee and can only be taken as an example ol Moslem chivalry and
not ance.
It is not true, as has been said, that Mrs. Harman is the first
li delegate to told an office at the United Nations. Dr. Jacob
Robinson was elected vice-chairman of the Sixth (Legal) Commit-
couple ol year.- ago. Israel is a member of the Social Com-
': and !):. George Lethan was appointed rapporteur of thai
body. As a result of being a member of the Social Commission, Is-
is on the executive board of UNICEF, and its representative
was Dr. J. Baror, who was succeeded by Mrs Harman. However.
Mrs Harman is the first Israeli woman delegate to receive an ap-l
pointment and the only woman at this Assembly to hold an office.
Ever -nice she graduated from the London School of Econom-
,: Harman I ted in social work. She was in J
Idren's department of the Social Welfare Bureau of
i.-.-J
DRFSS RFHEARSAL lor The Hebrew Academy's Armistice Day Program ij
right) James Dublin. Sidney Shapiro. Valerie Mamches, Irving Kelemer, Melvir " loff, Peter Klein. Madeline Kagan. Lewis Meltzei, Saundra Katz, Helen ILl
.^olter, Nathaniel Zemer. Irvina Rubinstein. Carole NovnW M,,.
berman. This year's play featured
don Stekl
mour
teKioii, reier i\iin, iiiuuciuib rmyui., ^" """'. juuhuiu ivatz, Helen"
Spolter, Nathaniel Zemer, Irving Rubinstein, Carole Novak, Nussie Lauer ave?
n. This year's play featured the United Nations. "*
ilt'th Shohun
Sistrrs t vtituvf
I' nshhm Parade
' lem Jewish Community Council and was
Mrs. Max Weitz, a Board mem- '
her of the Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood, will be coordinator for
a gala Children's Toy and Fash-
ion Parade on Wednesday, No
v. mber 19th, l p.m., in the Tern- i
pie's Banquest Hall.
I Idren <>f the Religious
School will participate in the pro-
gram by reviewing the newest
children's books, thus highlight-
ing the work which the Sister-
hood does in supporting the Re-
ligious School's budget,
T e Fashion and Toy Parade
will be in the nature of an ad-
vance showing of the merchandise
which will be on sale at the Sis-
terhood'; Annual Bazaai and
Childn :. C .'nival to be held on
Granada Center
Plans Schedule
The Women's Group of the
Flegler-Granada Jewish Com-
munits (inter will hold their
Annual Mummage Sale the week-
end o| November 14th. in Coconut
Grove, it was announced here by
Mi- Hv (overman, chairman.
Assisting will be the Mesdames
Ralph Long, Irving Seid and Ben
Clein.
Men of the Women's Group will
pon r a supper at the Center
"ii Sunday evening, November
\arih Of,^ j
-Joint ,]
3nsiullnti,n
The Sisterhood c! fcl
Dade Jewish Center hJ
ular meeting at the
Monday i vening. i
Blank presiding.
Plans arc undi
bined Th inksgivingcJ
and the Installation jlfc
ter's newly .;. ~
affair will be held otl
23rd, at t> p.m., ..(cording to Jack day evei
v""' Alij ih although a native ,,f London, England, she settled
,;' '- ",| '" ''''< Sh< can e to New York in 1950, when her husband
ector of the Israel Office of Information but did
>in the d. legation till 1951.
With her background of social work, Mrs. Harman is most in-
:' :':i '' '' nil Urn problems which come before
' rticularly the technical assistance in rela-
lid. Asa i ither, she had to leave the com-
' : ; :" d plon iti receptions to visit her three-
>' ,: laughter, liana, who was in a hospital with a mild case
: ingles.
Mrs. Harman has to
>.;le she is serving her country in the United Nations but sh
that the children are Aery cooperative" and make it possible
ll :' 'mbl"c ,!" dual functions of a moth,.,- and a diplomat
ias taught them about the United Nations and her son David
: '-'' Naomi iged 6, are considered experts on
1 Manhattan public school they go to. The flags
United Nations decorate th, children's rooms in the Ha, man
m the staff of Decen bei 9th and 10th.
7 p.m.
In charge of i
Max {,-..
Installation; Helen GrtJ
and Dorothy Helfenbea.
men of the dinner; at
Kaufa an, i luiimar, olod
Hostesses toi the afternoon will
be the Mesdames Chaile- S To-
bin. Leon J. Kll. Aaron Fair.
Louis P. Krensky and Max Ap-
plebaum, announced Mrs. Aaron
Fair. Sister1,ood president, and
Mrs. Max Applebaum, chairman
ol tin Bazaai Committee,
Beth Sholom Sisters
v' a housekeeper to look after the child- StirP Rocaar Itom.
her country in the United Nations hot ^,0l0re "^Zaar Items
Mesdames Saul Herman, Irving
Coin n. in charge Of arrangements.
The Center is losing no time in
preparing for its gala New Year's
Eve affair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stew ait have been named co-
chairmen.
The committee includes Marty
Lebar, Martoil.Kite, man. Al Con- r(.S(, .
stantm. I., a Rothstein and Mrs.
Ben Clem.
Also on the agenda of the Cen-
ter for this month will be the
Thanksgiving Turkey Trot and
Baffle to be held on Saturday
evening, November 29th. Samuel
Kirschner is in charge of arrange-
ments.
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and Fannie Rubin were joint hos-
te.-ses at a luncheon party to
members and friends ,,f the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom
on Wednesday.
Participants in the luncheon
brought furniture and household
equipment as tickets of admis-
sion. The items are being stored
until December 9th. when the
Sisterhood's Annual Bazaar and
Children's Carnival opens
Mrs. Aaron Fair. Sisterhood
president, and Mrs. Max Apple-
baum, Baxaar chairmen, an-
nounced that the items will be
auctioned at that time.
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immunity Leaders Named To JWB Section Offices
01MJCC Features Varied AetirHies
For All Age tiroups. Hale Keportt*
Varied activities programs at Tropp, GMJCC director of activ-
the Greater Miami Jewish Com- ities, will present three different
numity Center are scheduled to approaches to the Teen-age |
embrace all age groups according lem,
to an announcement this week by I The Golden Age Friend
Efraim Gale, executive director, j group will meet on Sunday after-
noon, 2:30 p.m., ;it the Town
Branch. There will be a Bo
Review in connection with Jew-
I i.sli Book Monti:.
While basketball team repre-
sentatives 1 all Teen-Age Clubs
I of the Greater Miami Jewish
mmunitj Center met at the
Town Branch Wednesday even-
ing to make plans for a 12-Team
Annual Center Intramurals start-
ing at the end of this month.
W delegates irom Jewish Community Centers in the South, comprising states from
|o Texas, attended the 7th Annual Southern Section Meeting oi the National Jewish
Board early this week in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leon Kaplan (left;, past presi-
|the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, was elected president of the Southern
Other prominent communal leaders here who were appointed to oiiice are Mrs.
firkin (riqht), vice president, and Milton Sirkin (center), chairman ci the Southern Sec-
ish Community Center Centennial Celebration Committee. Also delegates irom Mi-
annual meetinq were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and Efraim Gale, GMJCC execu-
:'.or. The Section's next meeting will be held in Miami.
Modern dance classes for child-
ren of grade school age are now
being offered by the Town
Branch every Friday afternoon
3:30 p.m.. under the guid; nci
instructor Judith Younger-
man,
A Launching Party Social and
Danci has been set for Sunday,
November 16th, at 8:30 p.m.. to
initiate this winter's Young Adult
League activities foi men and
women over 20.
Emotional And Sex Problems
Ol Teen-agers, will be the topic
of discussion at the second forum
of the season sponsored by the
Adult Committee of the Flagler-
Qronada Jewish Community Cen-
ter Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Melvyn J. Gardner, Miami
psychiatrist. Hal Nappan, assist-
ant supervisor at the Jewish So-
cial Service Bureau, and Emanuel
Featured
s' Jephen S. Wise Group of
will hold a Bazaar on
r 15th through 17th, at
lina Hotel.
[ will open at 7 p.m.. Sat-
... Hnri 4.30 p.m. on Sunday
;d Hnday. This will be the
: ,:.t Hh affair on Miami Beach
i^Jfcdertaken by a Hadassah
kived in booths will be
Christians, Jews Meet In Capital
Speakers from every walk of
life considered the nation's moral
and spiritual resources for build-
ing brotherhood at the 24th An-
nual Meeting of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
which opened Sunday in the May-
flower Hotel. Washington. D. C,
it war. announced bv Benson Ford,
Bishop William C Martin, of Dal-
las: and Rabbi Louis Finkelstein,
president. Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
T. H. Baker, president of Na-
tional Airlines, James Legate,
station manager of WIOD, and
Charles F. Slater, retired business
executive, were elected members
Emma Lazarus Clubs
Honor Namesake
The Emma Lazarus Clubs of
Miami and Miami Beach will hold
a joint commemoration of Emma
Lazarus on Sunday evening, No-
vember 16th, 8:30 p.m., at the
Jewish Cultural Center. A Buf-
fet Supper, starting at 6 p.m.,
will precede the affair.
ccs will also be for sale
Dude full course dinners,
lent waves and car greas-
m.
(y Flaum Back
Florists' Meet
Flaum has returned
vacation in the north.
she attended the Annual
' Telegraph Delivery As-
ton Convention in St. Louis,
mi.
Flaum operates Pansy':.
Shop on 69th Street and
Avenue, Miami Beach,
explained that the Associ-
|is composed of some 18.000
?rs throughout the world
hat it does approximately
0.000 worth of wire order
ess a year.
' her shop. Mrs. Flaum also
les floral design to those who
kd entering the flower busi-
vice president, Ford Motor Com- j of the national Board of Directors
pany; Thomas E. Braniff, presi- of the National Conference of
dtnt, Branitf International Air- Christians and Jews.
In Miami, Conference activities
are headed by Roscoe Brunstet-
ter, George Chertkof and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams.
lade accessories, gift items \ ways: and Roger W. Straus, chair-
type, potted plants and
Let
man, American Smelting and Re-
fining Company, co-chairmen of
the Conference.
In keeping with the theme of
the three-day Conference, ad-
dresses were keyed to the relig-
ious basis of national life. Those
made by educators and scientists
explored the means available for
protecting these spiritual and
moral values. Other experts dis-
closed the latest findings on the
subject of eliminating prejudice
and discrimination from the
American scene.
I Among the national leaders
j who spoke were David Sarnoff,
; chairman, Radio Corporation of
I An.erica: James A. Farley, chair-
j man, Coca Cola Export Division;
! Governor Theodore R. McKeldin,
! of Maryland: Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver, of Cleveland; Dr. Henry
Noble MacCracken. president
emeritus. Vassar College; General
Carlos P. Romulo. Ambassador of
the Philippines to the United
States.
George Meany, secretary-treas-
urer, American Federation of La-
bor; Eric Johnston, president, Mo-
tion Picture Association of Amer-
ica: the Most Reverend Mark K.
Carroll, STD, Bishop of Wichita:
Mindlia Reviews
Max ilrod Novel
Max Brod's Novel, Unambo,
will be the subject of a book re-
view held before members of the
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadas-
sah on Monday afternoon. No-
vember 17th, 1 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Philip Hacker, 5800 Pine
Tree Drive.
According to Mrs. Barnett
Beckcrman, education chairman,
guest speaker will be Leo Mind-
lin, of the Jewish Floridian, who
will discuss Brod's work based
on the Israeli scene at the time
of the War of Liberation.
The Szold Group's review is
part of the Jewish Book Month
Festival observed in the Greater
Miami area.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
BETH TFILAH CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:30 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
At 4:15 p.m., he will speak on:
Old Laws. Mincha is at 4:45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Maariv.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
schedules late Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will officiate, assisted
by the Student Choir under the
direction of Mrs. Jack Donner-
stag. Subject of a discourse to be
delivered by Rabbi Shapiro is
scheduled as: Chaim Weizmann
Trial. Error And Success. An
Oneg S will follow, under
ip of Mr. and Mrs.
<;. rge Feller. Floral offerings
I nd Mrs. David Par-
neS, SatlU :::.:;_ -irvuvs
when the Bar Mitz-
vah of Lauren Parries will take
Student services are at
:c:30 a

TIFEP.ETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE R will hold -
,i !t a.m.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
egulai Fri-
dth Re\
Rudolf E. Bri ting, The
Ones
Saturd t< r which
!. Mincha
for 5:1
*
CORAL G IBLES JEWISH
Aleph
. All s, Junior
I B'ril
M rri A Sk p, Satur-
i
I for 9:3 ':' A/A
ti i hi aded Gi rgi \a feoe,
presi lent ist in the ritual,
with Cantors Robert Fischer and
Sidney Indgin presenting the
musical portions <>f the liturgy.
Stanley Beiley will discuss: What
A7.A Means To Me. The service
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORTS
Mv you. roof rtpalrod now; fmu
will save en a new roof laUr
"Satlefaetory Work by
Enpirlinctd Man"
414 I. w. and AvoniM
HONK 4.1
is scheduled to mark the first
: appearance of the Center Choir
! in the new addition of the Tem-
ple under the directfon of Leon
Schiff. Choir master. Canter Irv-
! ing Robinson will chant the Kid-
j dush of Sanctification. Subject
(of a sermon to be delivered by
j Rabbi Skop is scheduled as:
Shall AZA Join The High Y's In
; The Public Schools. Lefcoe will
| discuss: A Promising Journey.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will officiate and discuss: What
: Shall Our Attitude Be Toward
Mixed Marriages0 The subject j
of his sermon is based on the
Weekly Portion of the Torah
I Saturday morning services will
b< at 10:45 a.m., when the Bar
Mitzvah of Raphael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt. will
take place. Cantor Samuel Kelc-
mer will render the musical por-
i: .us of all servii

Fj..-1Gi.FR -GRAN ADA JEW-
ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will
i s. turday morning services
al ii a.m. Daily services an .'
7:30 a.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will h ild Friday evening
30 p.m., with :
: :. man issii A
Prince Has Falli n Tl rmon
be in ti it I thi late Dr
Wi izmann. Saturday
ervici n .,: 9 a.m .
]. n will dis-
'.'. Porti m. An af-
n Bib!
for A p.n : II wed by Mincha
and s Dail
i are ..i 8 > m and at 5:30

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will .; I Fri i ly evening
services at 8 15 p.m., with Rabbi
Ettinger officiating and
Alexander Cohen assisting. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. Sat-
urday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m.. with Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot officiating and discuss-
' ing: Can We Censor Jewish His-
tory? The topic of his sermon is
dedicated to Jewish Book Month
and will include surveys of three
I works by Mead and Herzog, Alan
! Tarshish and Elmer Berger. A
j special tribute to Dr. Chaim
Weizmann will follow.

BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening services
at sundown. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30 am., when
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
will discuss: For A Great Prince
Hath Fallen In Israel. The ser-
mon will be B memorial tribute
to Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first
president of the Jewish state.
wh p passed away early Sunday.
Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
AMvat Infest**>! ttjuw Byer, Or-
tkodoi '"" lath B< >"'"" Beach
Beth David K..1.I.I Max Bhsplro.
Conaervatlve, MIS sw 3rd Ar
Miami, n~
Beth ElI>r. Shmaryahu Bwtrsky, Or-
thodox. MS BW 17tl. Av*., Miami
Beth Jacob Rabbi Mosoa fcnyg'
.riho.l..x. 301-311 \\ah. Av. Mi-
Beth Shoiom Rabbi I.....n Kronlan.
Liberal, tin Chaaa Ave.,
Beth TMah -Rabbi Joaaph Rackov-
sky. Orthodox, 935 Euclid Ac-, Ml-
Coral OablaaKald.i Morrla Bkop, UD-
era I, JJ0 Palermo Ava C Oablea
Downtown Synaflonue"t thodOS, 13a
NW 3rd Ave Miami.
Flagler-Oranada M NW '.lt P a.-.
Hebrew Academy Rabbi AU xamlar
,;r..B. orthodox, 91* 6th St., MB
Hialeah-Miami Spring! Kevi ind
Ueo Helm 51 E 4t l> Ava Hlali an
Hollywood Rabbi Jacob Motile Con-
., rvatlve. 2"3" P.-lk 81 Hollyw.....I
Israelite Center Rabbi Abraham
s.i. ha, Conaervattve, SIM BTS Mtta
T. r Miami
Kneseth uraei- Rabbi Abraham -
aal, Orthodox. 1111 Euclid Av<
Miami Beach.
Miami Beach-U.il.l.l Irving l>hi
Conaervatlve, 1701 Woah. Av< \t B
Miami Hebrew School Rabl i Simon
\i.-n. Orthodox. 1101 BW 12th Ava .
Miami.
North Oade Rabbi Harry Htl riser,
fnnaervatlve W D xle High-
* iv, Soi in M
North Shore Rabb Mayi >
wits, I'onaervatlve, '-" "5tb St..
Miami Reach.
Temple larael I'r Joseph Narot, Re-
form, IS7 vi: Ifth Si Miami.
Tifereth Israel B!..... N. Miami AV.,
Wast MiamiRabbi Alfred Wm
fonservallve, 5720 BW lTth si .
Ml iml
Voung Israel Orthdox, lIHll '
Ave.. Miami Reach
Zamora Reverend li idoll Brill, Con-
nive, *i Zamoia Ave <"oral

A class in Talmud will be at 3:30
: c inducted by Rabbi Sam-
uel Krolowitz, with a i lass in
Etl conducted by Rabbi Swir-
: illowing ,,i 1:15 p.m. Min-
cha vill be at 5 p.m., with shale is
is concluding the Sabbath
rvance.
* a a
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold early Friday
evening services at 5 p.m. The
late Friday forum is at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will speak
on the general subject of: Jud-
aism And Health. His topic for
this week is: The Power Of
Prayer, Saturday morning serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Afternoon
services will be at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by a Sabbath Social Hour,
Daily services are at 8 p.m., and
5 p.m.

BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will discuss: Jewish Womanhood.
The Junior Congregation will
celebrate The Rabbi's Sabbath at
9 a.m. Services will be conduct-
ed by children of the Religious
School. A Kiddush and collation
will follow services, with Mrs.
Abraham Bergman and Mrs. Jos-
eph Brenner acting as hostesses
Mincha is at 5 p.m., followed by
Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Meschel-
off will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion.
^ ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
Friday evening services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., when Rabbi Abra-
ham Sachs will discuss the Week-
ly Portion. Mincha is at 530
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos.
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hoW early Friday even-
ing services at 5:30 p.m. Late
services are scheduled for 8:30
p.m.. with Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man officiating. The Rabbi will
pay tribute to the memory of
President of Israel Chaim Weiz-
mann. Blessing the Sabbath can-
dles will be Mrs. Bernard E. Sup-
worth. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Weiss will be hosts of the Oneg
Shabbat following, in honor of
the birthday of their twin daugh-
ters. Saturday morning services
are scheduled for 9 a.m., with
Junior Congregation services at
11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rab-
bi Waxman will discuss the
Weekly Portion.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. An Oneg Shabbat
for children is scheduled for 3:30
p.m including a quiz program
under the supervision of Mrs. Al-
exander S. Gross. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Sit.mier will be hosts in
i honor of their son. Ronald. The
Oneg Shabbat is under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. The Bar
Mitzvah of Joseph I. Lauer, son
if Mi. and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer,
will take place during the morn-
I ing service. Daily services are at
7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.

YOl-NG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m. Saturday
morning services are scheduled
for 0 a.m. Mincha is at 9 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos un-
der the sponsorship of Rabbi and
Mrs. -1 iseph Waldman,

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will
services
11 hW FridaTZ
er Abramowit.S^i:
discuss: Hosea -ri" '*m
Of Love. The One.S'.N
"owing will !. snnn, bb,li
and Mrs. tadoriTSS"*!
occasion of their wedT"'
versary. Saturday ",
' oaiuraay serial"
at 8:4ia.m. Cantor ?>
will chan, ,he musical "Ij
all services. "'**
HIALEAH-MIAMI cp*
Jewish coMuvslnnt
will hold Friday eveniniS
at 8:30 p.m., with Re^J
Heim; officiating Gilbert Ik
director o! Florida's Am31
mation League, will be M
speaker and discuss- M\
Democracy Work. Hosts i
Oneg Shabbat f.,||win? M
Mr. and Mrs. M. Clfcwg
urday morning servKtj.5
scheduled for 9 .-, ... wheniS
erend Heim w\\ disciis.ll
Weekly Portion. Mincha j,,
p.m., followed by Maariv. J
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[Morris Will Head Israelite Center;
mat, Fedelman, Becker Are New VFs
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Hi; Morris
Hy Morris was elected presi-
dent of the Israelite Center at
a recent annual meeting here.
Morris succeeded Irving Sper-
ling in that office when the lat-
ter resigned last April.
Others elected are Dave Gran-
at, Charles Fidelman and Robert
Becker, vice presidents; Mrs. Lil-
lian Becker, recording secretary;
Mrs. Mina Krendel, correspond-
ing secretary: Mrs. F. H. Back-
haut, assistant corresponding sec-
retary; Albert Wcinberg, finan-
cial secretary; and Phil Barocas,
treasurer.
Murray Parks and Max Par-
ness will be sergeants-at-arms.
Auditors include J. L. Levine,
Morris Goldenberg and George
Graham.
Board members include Max
Singer, Nat Shenkin, Sam Sand-
ier. Mrs. Phil Barocas, Samuel
Ross, Mrs. Ben Katz and Morris
Arons. Parliamentarian is Irving
Sperling.
fling Theater Announces Hrigadoon
Casts Production Opens Mfeeember 2
lien Traubel To Be Featured In
-Wagner Concert Next Sunday
raubel, loading Wag-
ii of the Metropol-
Association, will ap-
"ie University of Mi-
Orchestra under
i of John Bitter on
ening, November 23rd,
Auditorium and on
vning, November 24th,
v' itinty Auditorium.
its are scheduled for
mnced Mrs. Marie
:.i manager, early
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Wagner concert will
i formancea of the Pre-
t" Act III of Lohengrin,
I Rhine Journey, Over-
Rienzi and Tannhauser,
)ance of the Apprentices
)ie Meistersinger.
Traubel will be heard in |
J)ngs, Traume and Sehmer-
iii the Five Song Cycle by
fla Wesendonk. She will also
pich Teure Halle, from Loh- ,
1. and the concluding Lieb-
from Tristan and Isolda. |
|tter will lead the orchestra j
Prelude to the opera.
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Miami Beach
Phone 5 3595
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LAUGHTER
l'\vish Foruni
I>n The Air"
Ion: WMIE (1140 on dial)
fundays 10-11 A.M.
Dduced and Directed by
liir.on
FIDEN
rector
llso
Often compared to the great
Lillian Nordica, the first Ameri-
can-born but European-trained
Isolde. Miss Traubel has been
presented with the turquoise and
diamond brooch of Lillian Nor-
dica by the trustees of the Lillian
Nordica Memorial Association.
She made her Metropolitan de-
bu in December, 1939, in Die
Walkure. Her operatic and con-
cert career was preceded by a
career as choir soloist in her na-
tive city of St. Louis, Missouri.
Miss Traubel's potentialities as
an opera singer came to the at-
tention of the late Walter Dam-
rose h when he visited St. Louis
to conduct a Sangerfest there. He
was so impressed by her fine
voice that he wrote a special part
for her into his opera. The Man
Without A Country, which was
produced at the Metropolitan
during the spring season of 1936.
Following her appearance in
the Damrosch opera. Miss Trau-
bel spent a year in New York
doing radio work and then re-
tired for another year of inten-
sive study. In the Fall of 1939,
she received critical acclaim after
a recital at New York's Town
Hall and two months later made
her debut at the Metropolitan
Opera House.
Harry L. Shamis
Shamis Is Named
Area Supervisor
Harry L. Shamis has been ap-
pointed area supervisor for Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center, an affiliate of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, it was announced by GMJCC
executive director, Efraim Gale.
Shamis was a member of the
staff of the Center's Town
Branch from 1950. until the pres- '
ent time. As staff member, he'
was a nursery school teacher and
a group worker with the after-
scheol, teen-age and young adult !
programs.
Shamis has attended the Uni-
versity of Missouri, Princeton
University, New York Univer-
sity and the University of Mi-
ami. He holds a Master's degree
from New York University. He
has been a resident of Miami
since 1948.
Since his appointment as area
supervisor, he has devoted his
time to development of after-
school, teen-age, adult and Gold-
en Age activities at Flagler- Gra-
nada.
The University of Miami's Ring
Theater has announced the cast
for its forthcoming production of
Brigadoon. The musical fantasy
will be directed by Gordon Ben-
nett, with musical arrangements
by Major Robert Crawford, and
choreography bv Phillis Kapp.
Tommy and Fiona, the young
lovers, arc played by Bob Lynn
and Lola Ruth. Tommy's Ameri-
can friend, Charlie Dalrymple, is
I Jack Betts. Sally Singer plays
Meg Brockie.
Others are Eloise Dalton as
, Jane; Sandy Borten as Jean; Ed
Krassner as Jeff Lundy; Dave
Stern as Frank the Bartender;
\ and Kenneth Reid' as Mr. Lundy.
Included in the singing chorus
are Carlie (cq) Tart, Domenico
Nardelli, William H. Coulter,
Marvin Tamarkin, William Stev-
ens, Ray Kidd, Murey Cohen,
Laurance Collier, Jack Miller,
Barry Friedland, Lee Swanson.
Cedric Cooke, Robert Altman.
Ronald Silverman, Janet Brown,
Constance Hanson, Edna Peder-
son, Eleanor Dunbar, Patricia
Beckman, Marlene Feldstein, Ed-
ith Sail, Joan Weisman, Eleen
Leinecker.
Mary Ann Varga, Marlene Gib-
son, Jessie May Foster, Judy
Berke, Helen Pynnanen, Fanya
Carter, Madlyn Glassman, Jean
Downey and Irene Lofscaard.
The dancing chorus consists of
Jean McKinnon, Pete Cooke,
Kent Lewellyn, Betty Jelinek,
Lois Ducoff, Seda Khoyan, Sue
Dolinsky, Barbara Fenelon, Mar-
ianna Coughlan, Katherine Peck,
Mitzi Schofer, Larry Rogers, Rob-
ert Rappaport, Quentin Umben-
hower, John Rice, Jr., and David
Nolve.
Israelite Center Affair
The Dora Stein Sisterhood and
the PTA of the Israelite Center
are sponsoring a joint Luncheon
and Card Party at the Center on
Tuesday, November 18th. 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Hyman Gcrsetman and
Mrs. Norman Bergrin are co-
chairmen of the affair. ____

Rabbi
Abraham
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As The
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Hirsch Donates
Radios To Patients
At Variety Hospital
Albert J. Hirsch, of the Royal
Beauty Supply Company, Miami,
recently donated 21 bedside ra-
dios to patients at the Variety
Children's Hospital.
A Mason and life member of
the Shrine Hospital for Crippled
Children, Hirsch collected the ra-
dios from friends and business
associates here. He said that the
hospital needs many more.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
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Some 600 students of the Beth David Religious School stand in silence during
a Memorial Service on Sunday morning followinq the news of the death of
Dr. Chaim Weizmann. President of Israel. Cantor Maurice Mamches chants
the Memorial Prayer for the world-renowned philosopher, scientist and J
man.
Jewish National Fund Council Views ilon Recited Radio Talent Join To Herald Ope
Democratic Israel. Western Powers T *<"d"< Uroa* W^hinnton Federal A0,U
Building A Democratic Youth mittee <>n blue and white boxes,
Israel, was the theme of the proposed a master plan for
when the Jewish Na-1Greater Miami JNF box distribu-
c'-fning
ticna! Fund Council of South
Florida held its open meeting
i.st Wednesday evening at Tem-
pie Beth Sholi
Allying Democratic Israel With
1 Western Powi was the
problem discussed, according to
Rabbi M< -> Mes < ioff presi-
dt :.t f the Ci uncil.
Judith Shap: :.. r at Miami
! h High Si .. spent
last summer in the new state,
:. ke I net ex| iences there.
C"-ntor Aaron Weingartcn. of
regation Beth Jacob, pre-
nti ; a program oi modern Is-
i aeli songs.
The Reverend and Mrs The-
GibSOn responded to the
pn citation of a testimonial cer-
: 1.000 trees
planted by the Council in mem-
ory of their son, Theodore Gib-
s n, Jr.
Samuei Prosterman, honorary
I.:, chairman of th< C uncil. out-
lined a new series : radio pro-
- planned by the organiza-
n : it thi current year. Man-
Burstein, heading the
tion. Serving on his committee
an Mrs Abraham Seltzer. Benja-
:-..-a Appel. Nathan Oostrov and
[rwin Makovsky. Ui"> 1954
!l..,rling the annual Tag Day \ graduate of Miami Senior
solicitation scheduled for Decem- High School, class of June. 1947,
Wilson attended the University
..f Miami and Boot Camp train-
ing in San Diego. California. He
served as a Hospital Corpsman in
the United States Navy at Long
Be.,ch there, then returned to the
University of Miami for the 1949-
50 school year.
Benj. Adler & Geo. J. Abrams
A-.' with
AA Strictly Kosher
Poultry Market, Inc.
315 317 N.W. 5th St.
Miami Ph. 2-3673
Shochet on Premises Daily
Who'csale & Retail
Select ?ou:iry icr n Select Clientele
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Rabbi
ri
: r 21st, will be Rabbi David
lie will be assisted by
Gil Rappaport. Mrs. Barnett
Beckerman. Clara Goldenberg
and Mrs. Solomon Halpenn.
Chairman of a committee for
Special Gifts is Leon Ell.
Members of Ell's committee are
Israel Goldberg, Daniel Broad.
Abraham Mason and Rabbis Leon
Kronish, living Lehrman and
Max Shapi: 0
A new project of the organiza-
tion is a Youth Committee, head-
ed by Rappaport. Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, Benjamin Appel.
Mrs Bertram Miller, Louis Sch-
wartzman, Zevi Berger and Mrs.
Solomon Halpenn are on the
Rabbi's committee.
On the Finance Committee are
Sam Schachno, Cantor Samuel
K< lemi r and Ehiel Lesowoder.
Si il Ashkenazi, Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer and Norman Lyons
will be in charge of programming
Bt the monthly general meetings.
Rabbi Mescheloff said,
A m vly organized Speakers'
Bui' ..is,, available to all
organizations seeking to acquaint
elves with the work of the
JNF 1 ically and in Israel. Rabbis
Mescheloff, David Shapiro and
i ph Rackovsky, as well as
:i Shapiro, Norman Lyons,
Sam Prosterman and Leon Ell
are members of the Bureau.
Of Washington Federal Association
At Eve School
* Some "f Miami's outstanding ] made. Prominent pcru|
William (Bill) Wilson, form- racij(, talent joined forces last the local area and from |
erly of 1948 SW 16th Street. Mi- ; Wednesday in a luncheon honor- ; cities will attend, includial
ami. was recently elected to the jng top officials of the new Wash- dividuals prominent in thea
Student Council as representative inglon federal Savings & Loan i tical. financial and enter!
of the Junior II class in the Chi- | Association, Miami Beach. world.
Washington Federal is fes1
financial institution with |
quarters south : Lincoln]
Other guests al the ff
Luncheon were Lee Ho
lie relations counsel, and;
Speig. 1 and Walter Callaa
radio station WKAT.
the Mesdame's Nathan Bookspan. cago College of Optometry from Jaok amJ pcggy Ba,Ty popuiar
Rose P. rtes. Mary Seeman and which he will graduate in Jan- briakfast radio team, iind Frosty
A member of Omega Epsilon
Phi Fraternity. Wilson is married
to the former Lee Rosenberg, of
Miami, and plans to practice here
upon graduation.
Schedule BIG Day
Here December 14
BIG Day will take place here
i v. Sunday. December 14th, ac-
cording to an announcement fol-
lowing a meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Greater Miami
Committee. State of Israel Bonds.
More than 1,000 volunteers will
g from door to door, visiting
i very Jewish household in the
community, with a goal of ob-
taining 1,000 new bond purchas-
ers,
Two pre-campaign breakfasts
are scheduled at the Hibiscus
Lodge Auditorium for the brief-
Martin and Elliot Fields, well-
known radio commentators, joint-
ly sponsored a luncheon Wednes-
day afternoon at Pieciolo's Res-
taurant, honoring Jack Gordon,
president of the new Association,
and Arthur C'ourshon, the finan-
cial institution's secretary, with
Senator Claude Pepper, its gen-
eral counsel.
Sponsors of the luncheon were
among the several Miami radio
personalities whose talent will be
used in publicizing Washington
Federal.
Gordon thanked the radio per-
sonalities for their participation
in bringing the name of the new
institution to the public. "I be-
lieve that the public is generally
unaware of the fact that radio
personalities are important to a
community in ways other than
entertainment." he said.
"The announcem< nts of hap-
penings in the business and fi-
nancial world are amongst the
contributions named by radio Tin
ability of a new organization to
present its story is a basic re-
quin ment foi .-nee, --. and I reel
that the SUCCeSS of tile Washing-
ton Federal s..\:i ^- ^ Loan As-
sociation Ol Miami Beach will be
greatly aided by the cooperation
of both the pri SI and radio."
Courshon indicated that he felt
out of place addressing such a
gathering -You're the entertain-
ers." he said, "not I. In address-
tivavh I'upils
Prenent Play
The Sunday School of lit(
ami Beach Jewish Cental
ious School last week
ed the presentation of
play entitled. Always On (
which was held on Suncay.
Written by Sadie- W. SepLf
play was directed b>" MliJ
ette Miller and had as its J
Armistice Day.
Members of the 6th grai1
day School class who
pated were Robert FrehlajJ
an Zimmerman and
Trent. Bonnie LandsEHJ
the prayer
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PHONE b?97B /
of these volunteer meetings will
be held on Sunday. November
16th, according to an announce-
ment made by the Council of Or-
ganizations.
Another meeting of the Board
Of Trustees was held last night
at the Saxony Hotel, where de-
tailed plans for BIG Day were
completed.
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Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday 7 to 8 p.m.
3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY
1- A Child It Born
2. The Rabbit Corner
3. Life Ln Israel
3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY
1. Jewish Humor
2. News From Israel
3. Musing Persons
Washington Federal Savings &
Loan Association of Miami Beach
will have its gala opening on
Monday. December 8th. Arrange-
ments for the grand opening of
the Association are now being
Quits Laxatives
finds amazing relief
"Had tried method after method
to relieve constipation, until I lost
faith.'' admits New Jersey woman.
"Then I started to eat Kellogg's
mi -rran daily and was amazed
at the fine results'" Delicious
M.i.-BRAN may bring back your
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in iron, high in cereal protein, pro-
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Not habit-forming. Eat 'j cupful
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lY, NOVEMBER 14, 1952
*JeWistn*rMii
IKS SEEK HOMES IN EUROPE
By SAM JAFFE
(JTA Correspondent in Europe)
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
| \A There are today approximately 1,200 Jewish dis-
p, rsona in camps in Austria of whom one thousand have
,, e gince 1949, escapees, refugees, call them what you will
called iron curtain countries.
f the 220,000 Jews who passed through Austria before 1949.
200 remain. The rest went to Israel and the United States
lanada, to Australia and Mexico and the South A-rerican
ies. Left now are the residual, hard core cases, the tragic
3mcn and children who, mainly because of past or present
, found migration opportunities closed to them. The AJDC
lo contract its staff, was making definite plans to close its
ian office and turn over ihose few still needing help to the
rolls of the local Jewish community.
Hi in 1949 they started to come, across the borders, mainly
angary and Czechoslovakia. There was no mass exodus; it
.. sin pie thing to cross the border from these countries. The
. n one is caught, is ten years in prison; and then there is
the danger of being shot by the border guards. But they
Singly and in small family groups they trickled across and
I the camps. It has become more and more difficult, but they
t to come, one way or another. During the past year, about
< made their way into Austria in the face of apparently in-
ntable obstacles. And some will continue to come, no matter
K;.t the difficulties.
for one reason or another, the majority of these thousand
eiugees are strictly orthodox, observant Jews. It may be
hey find the restrictions placed upon them more galling than
in-observing Jews and are willing to take greater risks to es-
lhem. They were definitely prompted by the desire to giva
children an orthodox Jewish upbringing and education.
rung very difficult in the countries they come from. What-
he reason, the fact remains that the observant among these
ifugees far outnumber the non-observant.
.. live in the Rothschild Center in Vienna and in two camps
US zone of Austria: Hallein, which is all-Jewish, and Aston,
has a mixed population. Rothschild is a former hospital be-
1 -ii the Viennese Jewish community, and is comparatively
tsble; Asten and Hallein are unspeakable. The latter was
.: forced-labor camp, with barracks made of thin sheets of
[ivided into rooms by cardboard walls. Last winter one en-
. of barracks collapsed under the weight of snow. Toilet and
j facilities are rudimentary; keeping the living quarters clean
rculean task.
he altitude of the Austrian government to these new naw-
s is one of grudging acceptance. It provides 5 schillings 80
ran per day per person for food less than 20 cents (Eng-
urrency. one and six). In most cases this has to be suppl-
ed by JDC. which also allows special grants for medicine
ledical care and for religious observance and education. (The
ian government does almost nothing about education. In
in. where there are nearly 200 children of school age, the
rities provide one teacher.)
ictically every one of the neo-relugees is registered for emi-
This is due not only to present economic conditions in
. but also because of the Governments and the Austrian
E attitude towards non-German speaking people who have
the equal right to work, nor to open a business, and only
slight hope of receiving Austrian nationality,
igration possibilities for this group are definitely limited.
in with, a large proportion ai'a Hungarians, and the Hungar-
ota to the United States is, at present, very unfavorable.
at they insist on going to America, but the chances else-
are also very slim. These religious Jews have large fam-
ith numerous children and Australian and Canadian immi-
n visas, which are based largely on the productive capacity
I prospective settler, are therefore not available to them,
are registered for migration to Israel, but many hesitate at
'ospact of going from one camp to another, of facing an in-
le period of adjustment without homes of their own.
complicate matters still further, nearly every family has
r who is not eligible for migration to any country, gen-
m:ause of medical history. And these people are passionate-
1 i their families. They managed to cling together
i -t period of war and Nazi persecution; they will
s long as possible the breaking up ot their family units,
ai-y of them, by the way, look longingly to England. They
lecrd approvingly of the yashivas set up in that country by
iudath group, and which, reportedly, lack sufficient scholars.
ould love to set up homes in England and send their child-
nese schools. They have even sent an emissary to England
"d out the possibility of admission for some of them, seeking
sroups or individuals that will provide the necessary assur-
inat tney will be taken care of until they can adjust them-
1 and make their own way. They have received very little
'agement thus far but ihy still hope.
a group of people'who possess many of the virtues on
' gn at democracies set so much store. They are God-fear-
1 family-loving, intelligent and enterprising. They are
and make their own way. They are opposed to com-
and any other form of authoritarian rule. And yet, para-
Hi > find it difficult to gain admission to the very democ-
*'h> laud these virtues. They do not want to stay in Austria;
It not be allowV-d to stay in Austria. Something must be
PAGE 9 B
Young Judaea
Mult* \ov<>nrF >imiMr Month
The month of November has
been designated as Membership
Month for Young Judaea, an-
nounced "Hairy J. Sonz, chairman
Of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, educational
youth agency of Hadussah and
the ZOA.
To increase membership in the
ranks of Young Judaea, a local
membership contest is being held
among the groups. Membership
banners will be awarded to clubs
that enroll the most new mem-
bers and register their club by
November 21st.
Young Judaea is a co-educa-
tional organization open to Jew-
ish youth between nine and sev-
enteen.
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
1415 Euclid Avenue, will be-
gin its winter season of Late
Friday Services tonight at
8:15 p.m. Rabbi Abraham M.
Cassel, spiritual leader of the
Congregation, will again con-
duct the services and forum
following. His opening series
of lectures is entitled Judaism
And Mental Health. During
this first series, the Rabbi,
who is a practicing psychol-
ogist and founder and direc-
tor of the Psychological Guid-
ance Clinic at Kneseth Israel,
will deal with problems in-
cluding mental hygiene as
taught in the Bible, how to
overcome sorrow and grief,
control of emotions and men-
tal depressions and how to
master them. Cantor Abra-
ham Seif will direct the Con-
gregational singing.
Plissner Discusses
Controversy
Harry Plissner was guest
speaker at the Tuesday Luncheon
Meeting of Miami Beach Lodge.
No. 1591. B'nai B'rith, in the
National Hotel. Plissner discuss-
ed the public beach controversy
of Miami Beach.
Lear School PTA Meets
The Lear School held its first
Parent-Teacher meeting of the
school year on Wednesday. Par-
ents of children in the lower
school met with teachers to dis-
cuss the individual progress of
pupils and the general objectives
of the school for the coming year.
North Dade Men Meet
The Men's Club of the North
Dade Jewish Cente, will meet on
Tuesday evening, November 19th,
at 8 p.m.
GMJCC Hears
Progress Report
A combined meeting of Mem-
bership Drive workers and Board
of Directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
heard progress reports last night
at the GMJCC Town Branch.
The Board voted to extend the
Membership Drive until the goal
was reached, it was reported by
Leo Sheiner, chairman.
Emanuel Tropp, director of ac-
tivities, indicated that the Center
now has three active nursery
schools in operation and a variety
of afternoon programs for child-
ren of grade school age. The af-
ter school schedule, he said, pro-
vides club activity, arts and
crafts, modem dance, archery,
tumbling and photography.
Over 30 teen age clubs, and the
youth councils with which they
are affiliated, are offering a
schedule of programs, such as
Tuesday night dances* at the
Town Branch. The new ballroom
dancing class for the junior high
school division has already been
started.
Young adult activities were re-
ported to be more active than at
any time in the past, with large
numbers being attracted to the
Sunday night dances at the Beach
Branch and indications for a suc-
cessful beginning in the Town
Branch this Sunday evening at
the Young Adult League's
Launching Party.
On the adult level, it was indi-
cated that a new type of dis-
cussion group, centered around
the arts, is now being planned by
a committee at the Town Branch
and that enrollments are being
accepted for a ceramics class.
Golden Age clubs are also active
in all branches. The Adult Forum
on Sunday has scheduled a dis-
cussion of Teen Agers And Their
Emotional Problems.
Palsy Urii-v Nets
$4,000 Saturday
Some 500 women, workers for
the United Cerebral Palsy Asso-
ciation, collected about $4,000
during a Tag Day drive held last
Saturday throughout Dade Coun-
ty, according to Mrs. Charles
Rabb, chairman.
Funds collected will be turned
over to the Association for opera-
tion of its clinic at 1612 SW 1st
Street. Mrs. Nathan Glass and
Mrs. Harvey Fleischman were co-
chairmen of the drive.
I.oral Singer)* To Take Supporting
Holes in Opera tiuild Production's
Mexicans Invite Jonas
To View Zionist Week
Fred Jonas, acting president
and membership chairman of the
Miami Beach Israel Zionist Dis-
trict, is visiting his mother, who
is 89 years of age, in Cuernavaca.
Morelos, Mexico.
Jonas has been invited by Zi-
onists of Mexico City to speak
on highlights "of the Zionist or-
ganization, as well as on current
conditions in Israel.
Local singers will carry the
supporting roles in the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami's forth-
coming productions of Gianni
Schicchi and Cavalleria Rusticana
scheduled for January 17th
through 19th. and La Traviata on
February 28th through March
2nd.
Starring will be Metropolitan
Opera personalities Salvatore
Baccaloni, Regina Resnick and
Eleanor Steber. Several of the
supporting cast are singing oper-
atic roles for the first time, ac-
cording to the Guild's policy of
opening small-role opportunities
to as many aspirants as possible,
said Dr. Arturo Di Filippi, direc-
tor, early this week.
Making appearances in two
operas, Marco in Gianni Schicchi,
and Baron Douphol, in La Tra-
viata. will be Fred Riebel, bari-
tone, who has been a member of
the Guild since its organization
12 years ago. Riebel has appeared
in many concerts and hotels on
the local scene and as a soloist
with the Philharmonic Society of
Greater Miami.
Recreating the same role of the
Marquis d'Orbigny in La Traviata
as he did when he made his debut
with the New Orleans Opera
Company several seasons ago, will
be Alfredo di Monteverde, Vene-
zuelan bass. Monteverde will also
sing the role of Ser Amantio di
Nicolao in Gianni Schicchi.
Mezzo-soprano Frances Madda-
ford will sing a role in each
opera, La Vecchia, in Gianni
Schicchi. Lola in Cavalleria Rus-
ticana and Flora in La Traviata.
Miss Maddaford, who sang the
title role in the Guild's produc-
tion of Carmen opposite Metro-
politan tenor Raoul Jobin on 24
hours' notice, has appeared as
soloist with the New Opera Com-
pany and Mascagna Opera Com-
pany in New York.
Singing the roles of Gherardo
in Gianni Schicchi and Gaston de
Letorienes' in La Traviata, will be
tenor William Le Doux. A gradu-
ate of Westminster Choir College,
Princeton, New Jersey, Le Doux
j toured extensively with the
Westminster Choir for two years
I and also played in Lost Colony
I dramas in Roanokc, North Caro-
lina.
.
em.
\\*gers Will
K0* tirie
fHfieationm
qualifications for City
candidates will be an-
|-y the Miami Beach Tax-
I Association at its coming
| "-up meeting tomorrow in
*/"' Carlo Hotel. The
Wns at 10 a.m.
,ssues up for d.scussion
rJ del;yed committee re-
" election law revisions.
voting on two amendments to the
Association's by-laws and sup-
port of Greater Miami's Inter-
American Cultural and Trade
Center.
Efforts to upgrade members of
the Miami Beach City Council
were admitted by the co-chair-
men of the recommendations
study, Charles H. Alcock and Si-
mon E. Rubin. Working with
them are committee members
Abe H. Mazor, Raymond G. Dul-
aney, Edward J. Cowan and
Charles K. Quackenbush.
GUILD SINGERS REHEARSE SOLO PARTS IN FORTHCOMING OPERASConsulting scores
of Gianni Schicchi, Cavalleria Rustician and La Traviata, to be presented by the Opera Guild
of Greater Miami this season, are (left, standing) Fred Riebel, Alfredo di Montevered, Tom Jud-
son and Marx Faber. Seated are Charlene Chapman, William Le Doux, Marion Seiiert,
Nancy Grethen Firszt, Cecil Sands and Martha Feagin. Absent are Frances Maddaford, Wal-
den Getzman and Barclay Powers.


PAGE 10 B
Italian Coucil lr ROMF (JTA) The Council ol the Union ol It
C mmuniUes announced last we. : that it had
m ol Professoi Renzo Benfiglioli. pi ,
nation was "motivated by differences oj opinion I
C uncil and the president on political issues >utsid< th<
Ji vish problems".
Israeli Sage Advises Labor liroup
udJth Partv also re-ente.s the Cabinet, spokesman for the
said here last week. Poale Agudah leaders immediately denied his
statement. The Agudah spokesman added that his party would not
consent to returning to the coalition unless Premier David Btn-Our
ion vields to the orthodox group's demand that a decuion on the
conscription of orthodox young women be postponed for another
v,"r- .....
Iruguav Honors State Of Israel ____
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) In a demonstration of friendship be-
tween Uruguav and Israel, the Uruguay Government has named a
public school in honor of the Jewish State. At an impressive cere-
m.nv here attended by representatives of the Uruguayan Ministry
Of Education and of the Israel Government, the school v>as given
the name. State of Israel.
* if w i *# fkricUan
Armistice Program
Held Jointly Here
' st N
itOl v___|
the C cno- p.v
ronue and %/ .
the su-
the fol-
llriiish Jews Mark Anniversary
LONDON (JTA) Representatives of the British C ..r.servative.
Labor and Liberal Parties spoke at a meeting last week sponsored
by the Zionist Federation of Britain to mark the 35th anniversary 01
the publication of the Balfour Declarati n guaranteeing the Jews a
national home in Palestine. The Declarati n. contained in a letter
lr. m Lord Balfour. British Foreign Secretary, was made public
November 2. 1917.

Teslifv Against Immigration Laws
WASHINGTON (JTA) U national Jewish groups
. Red here against the pr enl n law and tl
, i tion Aet. whicl es effectiv. n December Z4tn
They appeared at hearings of the 1 'fflon
on Immigration and Natu tioi en for the American
shipping industry also appeared bet r. I Comi issi n to urge
n of the McCarran In :1 L*w **hich was
ng "burdens .n ar I impi il requirements on
iipi industry
.
A.II ommittee. ADL Urged To Iteturn
DALLAS .JTA) A resolution reaffirming beliel in the prin-
i les and objectives ol the National Community Relations Advisory
incil as the planning and coordinating agency in the field of
munity relations, was adopted here at the Annual Conference
. : the Southwest Region of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. The resolution adopted by 150 leaders of the IF
Jewish communities of the Southwestern Region declared that the
NVRAC should have the responsibility ol eliminating "such unnec-
v duplication of efforts and conflict of activities as may occur'
in this field.
.
Invites IOA Leaders To Parley
JERUSALEM (WNS) Premie: David Beii-Gunon nas invited
thi heads of the major Zionist organizations in America to a parley-
in Israel prior to the holding of the forthcoming meeting of the
/.. nist Actions Committee, it was revealed here by Dr. Nahum
Imann, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive who said the
chairmen of the Agency had joined in the invitation. The pur-
pose of the conference is to discuss American Zionist affairs and
The Actions committee session is slated to open on No-
\ i mber 20th.

Arab Drive To Halt Bonn Payments
CAIRO (WNS) The Egyptian Government is planning to ask
ill Arab states to break relations with the Bonn Government in the
i nt the German Parliament ratifies the Reparations Pact with Is-
rat 1, i'. was reported here following a long session of the Cabinet.
The Cabinet voted to summon a .-penal conclave of the Arab
I., gue's Political Committee with a view to taking joint action
inst Western Germany if it does not reverse itself on its inten-
t. n to make reparations to Israel.

Ih-in.iiil Abolition oft' H.iIiImiim Court
TEL AVIV (WNS) A demand that the government of Israel
i i a decri e abolishing Rabbinic Courts was made last week in the
C inmunist paper. Kol Haom. The writer of the article, a lawyer
1 y the name of Solon.on, charged that the existence i>f court! was
"a disgrace upon the Jewish people." The author also demanded
the resignation of Rabbi Judah Unterman as Chief Rabbi of Tel
Aviv.
Plan Publieation Of \\v Dictionary
NEW YORK (WNS) Formation of a committee to compile
and subsequently publish a complete dictionary of the Yiddish
language was announced here last week by sponsors of the project
who said the undertaking is an independent enterprise in its financ-
ing and its direct work. Planned to include all Yiddish words of all
countries and regions in which Yiddish has been spoken, the Com-
plete Dictionary Of The Yiddish Language will be similar to the
academis and unabridged dictionaries in other languages.
Ami i an '
held it- A
Armistice Daj Pr gram n rues-
daj m irning. __ ^___
Placing wreaths at
taph. Washing; n Av
Hth Street, Miami Beach, i
,r ..f those wh made
preme 11 "rifi ;e were
lowin i nizati mi
Disabled American Veterans
nd Auxiliarv. American Legion
Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign
Wars and Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans and Auxiliary. Marine
Corps League. Civic League, Elks
L< dge No. 1601. American Veter-
ans Committee. Chamber of Com-
nerce. City Benevolent Associa-
tion and the City of Miami Beach.
Maurice Klein, chairman of the
program, indicated early this
week that speakers included
Commander B. Jones, with invo-
cation and benediction by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and Reverend
Wiley R. Scott, respectively.
Scheduled were Taps, perform-
ihcea of the Star Spangled Ban-
ner and America and advance-
ment and retirement of the col-
ors.
jggAY^QVEMm,
M

Saul Rabin, executive director of the Miami Beach
Center Religious School, accepts a film strip machine (T!
half of the students, donated by the PTA. Left to *fl
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, PTA president; Rabin; and Mr.1,
Firtel, chairman of the Breakfast-Get-Together whem
presentation was made.
Mount Sinai Calls ; Harold Shapiro ReT
For Volunteers
Beaumont Concert
Features Dubois
Eugene Dubois, concertmaster
if the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra and teacher of
violin at the University, will be
presented in a recital at the
fourth Beaumont Hall Concert of
he season on Tuesday evening.
\ vember 18th. 8:30 p.m.
Dubois came to Miami as con-
ertmaster of the symphony in
September. 1950. A native of
Belgium, he entered the Brussels
Conservatory at the age of 8. and
raduated at the age of 13 with
he distinction of being one of
the youngest ever to receive a
iiploma from the school.
He has also held the position
)f concertmaster with the NBC
ind CBS orchestras and the Met-
lan Opera House Orches-
tra.
The program Tuesday will in-
clude the Sonata in a major, Op-
us 13, by Gabriel Faure; Ro-
nance in F major. Opus 50, by
Ludwig Van Beethoven; the G
minor Violin Concerto, Opus 26,
)> Max Bruch; and the Introduc-
tion and Rondo Capriccioso, Opus
28. by Camille Saint-Saens. Mr.
Dubois will be assisted by Jos-
eph Tarpley. pianist.
Hostesses At Meeting
Mesdames Sam Nudelman, Si-
mon Englander, Ida Optner and
Jean Silverman were hostesses at
a Board meeting of the Miami
Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, yesterday morning in the
Shelborne Hotel.
Volunteers are needed to en-
roll in the Nurses Aide Course
being sponsored by the Women's
Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospit-
al of Greater Miami.
Classes will meet twice weekly
at the hospital, 4300 Alton Road,
over a period of six weeks.
Instruction will be given by
i registered nurse, and upon
completion of the course, aides
will assist the professional staff
in the various nursing sections
of the hospital. After 50 hours
of service on the floors, volun-
teers will receive their caps.
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C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director
Sholem Aleichem Vfa
Miami Beach attorney |
Shapiro has been desip
the Bureau of Jewish
to deliver a review of t
English translation of
Aleichem's. The Wandennj]
be tore members ol the
Beach Chapter, Mizrachi 1
Organization, tomorrow <
8:30 p.m., at the Beth,
gogue. The review will :t\
conjunction with Jewish |
Month here.
LEGAL H0T1CE
NOTICE BV Public*'*!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Off
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cll
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR!
COUNTY IN CHANCEIH*1
No. 154111
8HBILA M 'I i i'KSH |
IARRY TIVKER, Dtfei
T< i HARRY TITKER
Real ;. ii Ml ii
Pi......'ii Ad.li. it'.: :..:;s
I:: .
YOU Ol : ; i| lo vn,
,.f youi l '
plaint f"i l r l -
attOI nil. .,r.l tl
Wei in il.....ffioe of ii
the llrcull .:I "ii "r
12th da) "f I
i w m thi .: "l Oh
Divorce, h<
! !.,k> :i '
Dated .ii Miami, (-""fill I
lay of Ni .
I II I.KVTHE
th. ('in
l iade County,
(Circuit Court .-
I HM. W
i H puty del
Kam ind '. '
Plaintiffs
MIL.TO.N A FRIEDHAX
IDU Ki .! IK
Miami Kl.....I..
11 it ;'l :> -
NOTICE UNDER
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY O
the umli. Klgm i deitrlM U
liiifiiiess under the I
KAMT tiAUI.ES PRIVATE!
al 1191 a 23nd St- **
tendr l
Clerk ol Ihi i
'""'"> '':"M,,,,,nsT.wii
KTEPHEN l KKSSI.Ki:
Attorney foi API
JJM \v r. -'
ll.'U-l'l."
NOTICE UNDER
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREBl ffl
the in.i!.:- ''"'" ;''
buainew ui lei llM IWgB
IS Weal 1-" s-";,,7
Florida, ntei '- '"''''tS
irlth th. Cleric 'V^
of Dade Co ntv. gCTVli
B: WIIIUW Pi
MYKKS. HEIMAS ""!
Alt..rii.i- >
ll/M-tl-!
NOT1CE uNj-jraj
vzwtit "5SSl
i,i tli-.iii .-ii- atl
l.l... Intenda ;
ess? Ages'
|M i in. ..in Road
Miami Bea. h ,''.
II I- "I -- "-
File SICCT
BOBKIN. holder ofCttT.
sal.- Certificate Nu r
fil.,1 .aid i rtifi'-"'i
mm
Of P.nl
filed saiil
nn.l baa ma"' -e- ,
to lam* Ihereoa^,; ,,
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ty, NOVEMBER 14, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE

riCE UNOIR FICTITIOUt.
NAME LAW
p is HEREHY GIVBN tluii
r|gned, desiring to engage in
under the flrtlllous name of
vl\' HAS EM BNT" :i n in- PR l NT I NO SKItVIOK
f'Tl V MAH.-oKDEB), at 532
Madeira, Coril Oahles. in-
re|ster said name with the
|[ the Circuit Court of Dado
Florida.
It. J. HEALKY
1].:- IS/S_______________
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEKKIIY OIVEN that
tiled, desiring to etmafie in
under the fictitious name of
CTKKI'. NEWSPAPER, at 327
V venue, Miami, Intends to
with the Clerk of
of i>adi' County,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU*
...... NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring to engage "
7'""' "!"'': l"<" nJU0U. name o"
a ... T'^s, at 7933 x. E 'ml
Ave., Miami, Intends to register said
name with ,.,,.,.k (>f t) ^r < ourt of Dade County, I'lorida
l.Al RENCE STEPHEN F. KE8BURR WEXLER
Attorney for Applicant!
22O0 W Maul.., st
11/14-21-28 |S/S
Mild name
, || I'ourt
ARTHUR
BECKERMAN
&TICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IBIDA IN AND FOR DADE
DUNTY. IN CHANCBBY.
No. 154404
UNE TESTA, Plaintiff,
TESTA, Defendant.
feKPH TESTA,
I .!.,. ICSOJI Avenue
akli n. New York
I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
t-l-SJ-:i"H TESTA, are hereby
i BUI "f Complaint for
has been filed against you.
are required to serve a ropy
Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the plaintiff's
, BEN ESSEN. ESQ 82S
Bldl Miami. Florida, and
original Answer or Pleading
St...... the Clerk of the ilr-
ii on or before the loth day
il,.'i. 1952. If you fail to do
Imenl by default will he taken
i,ii for the relief demanded
|i:iii "i Complaint.
|,i I i shall he published once
k for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH H.HHIIHAN. "
AND IRDERED at Miami.
Tins 10th day of November,
i: B I.EATIIEKMAX.
rlerk. Circuit Court,
|>ade County, Florida
in Seal)
II) K'M W. BTOCKINQ,
l>eput> Clerk
ISSKN
fo I'lalntlff
P>iUI lildg,
ld
12 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,k i<-':,IS "KKKI'V C.IVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fi.lillous m.m. ,r
MlpTOW.N BARBER SHOP at .
:th,s, Miami i :.,,,."til,; ttund
to register mid name with the
of Ihe ( Ireiiit Court of Hade
Florida.
Clerk
aunty.
ABE men
nmnKm K. ka^K. "ss
Attorney for Applicants
12H Uu Pont llldg.
11/7-14-21-2\
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riCE BY PUBUICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
ILNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153725.J
S KIM! DAWS) iN. 1 laintiff.
SOIL DAWSON,
Defendant)
I6UIT FOR DIVORCE
(NRV ''Ecu, DAWSON
N 31x1 Street
iid, Virginia
I SKI CECIL DAWSON, are
',"1 that a Mill of Com-
i Divorce lias been filed
I'O I, and \ !, are required to
; youi Answer or Plead-
h- Mill .,f Cuniplaint on the
? Attorney, OBI HIOK .1. TAL-
. 1211 Lincoln Road. Miami
lorida, and file the original
or Pleading in the office of
k 1.1 the circuit Court on or
l"ili day of December. 1ST. 2.
[I to do ho, judgment by de-
1 I-- t.tk-'ii against you for
II demanded In the Hill of
i
':''.' shall be published once
lot four consecutive weeks
H:\MSII Fl.oKIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
10th day of Novemlier,
' B LEATHEKMAN,
' prk, Circuit Court.
Dude County, Florida.
1 in i Seal)
TAI.IANOFT, Bao.
llntlff
I toad
' h, Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTIC* 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to vngng- in
business under the fictitious name of
HOL'STON CABINET SlSp, at ISM
VV\ mil Street. Miami. Plorlda, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court Qf Dade
County, Florida.
WALTER N. WHEATLEY
cU., "AYMOND K. HOUSTON, JR.
CHARLES j. BODNER, ESQ.
Attorney for Houston Cabinet Shop
10/31 11/7-14-21
|ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I" HEREBY c.iVEN that
Iglli I. ,I, suing to engage in
imi.-r Mi- fictitious name of
,EI.SN BAR, at 1770 N. W.
Miami, intends to regiatet
with the Clerk of the Clr-
' "f l>ade Countv, Florida.
... Kt,il?EPH A.'MAZER
F-\ kesslei:
for Applicant
IFIaglei st.
PCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JH HEREBT OIVEN that
*netl, desiring to -ngng.. in
nner the fictitious name of
J** TAVERN, at 4002 X. W.
Miami, Ma., intends to
1 nm> with the Clerk of
ourt f i,ade County,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154203
THEI.MA AI.VINA OYROFFY,
Plaintiff,
VS.
JOHN OYltOFFY. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Ji HN QTROPFT
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
ha* been filed against you, ami you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the mil of
i omplalnt on the plaintiffs Attorney.
FREDERICK N. BARAD. Suite 252.
120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
Ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Conn ,,n or before the Srd
day of December, 1952, If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Dill of Complaint.
This nolle,, shall be published once
each wc.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH EI.oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Slsl day of October. A.I'
1252.
B B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Morlila
Bj WM. W. BTOCKINQ
Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Suite 2SS, 120 Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Plorlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
11/7-14-21 -28
LEGAL NOTICE

PAGE 11 B
engagi
i titious name of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that
>'" underslgl...... desiring to
business under the fi,
Miami, intend to renlHtr .i,i
name win, g. Clsrk JllTcirTuH
(ourt of Dade County, Florida
WALTER J. FLAOO
STEPHEN F KEB8LER
2tm?rSfyJor1Anpoants
-2il \\ Flag ei St.
II/7-14-21-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,.-c> NA^E LAW
EL MOROCCO HOTEL, 1100
Avenue. Miami Beach, Intend
istei said name with th
i Ircult Court ( Dade
Ida.
THE
Collins
to rag.
Clerk of the
County, Flor-
HARRY K PEINBERa
m/3, U/S!fJ7 ^IBEi.Q
tN
Plaintiff,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E"NTH JUDICIAL CIR4JUIT OF
KkP.ftfi* IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
153948
MARY in BIAS!,
vs
PATSY |>| isiasi. Defendant
_ SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PATSY Dl P.1ASI
12S Avenue P.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
-TlS! .I*A,TSV '" l:|ASI. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Ulvorce has been filed against vou,
arid you are required to serve a copv
uo.y"lJr ,A"swor or Pleading to the
Kill of ( ompl.iiiit on the Plaintiffs
Attorney, HEX ESSEX, ESQ., 823
Beybold nidg.. Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
< Ircuit Court on or before the 21st
day of Xovember, 1952. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of October,
AD. 1952.
E. B LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk, circuit Court,
Hade Cotlflrty, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FKKiE
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEX
823 Beybold Bldg.,
Miami, Morida
Attorney for Plaintiff
I" 24-21 11'7-H
LcGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is IIKUKPY (ilVEN that
the undersigned. desirlnK to engage in
. i-SfSft u.'",y,r lh" " AI rilORIZED WESTIXCHOPSE
LAUNDROMAT EyPII'I'KD HALF
HOUR LAUNDRY, at 444 s. \v mi,
St.. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
FREDERICK NK,^RAlV"n-MAN
Attornej for EUas Schulman
11/14-21-28 1L' :,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
AliT^m'.'-iv','; <"<" o"
l.AILA ORIOINALK, at.,30 North
Miami Avenue Miami. Florldt
tend t., register said
Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida.
mime
t'ourt
:i. In-
with tile
of Hade
iEORCE KASTKNHAl M
Attorney for- Aiwliguftta
1 Lincoln I'.oad Riitlding
Miami D.soh, Morida
10/31 n/7-14-21
BAILA VYEINER
BERNIE ADEI.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EMPRESS HOTEL, at 4333 Collins
Avenue, .Miami Peach, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
Countv, Florida.
INTERNATIONAL CO.
a Morida corporation
By: ISADORE KOWAL
President
KOVNF.lt MANNIIE1MER
Attorneys for Applicants
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of
BREAKWATER HOTEL
at 140 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Morida.
AARON II COPRSHOX
ALBERT PoLLAK
PAUL POLLAK
(Partners)
10/24-31 11/7-14
till
,. THOMAS J.
V) KKBBLER
,'" Applicant
-28
ICE
!'( iWERS
St.
|K I-
NANMD|RL^T,T,OU8
HEREBY GIVEN that
' ""siring to engage In
..,:', ''i'Hoiis name of
frJAl. I RKD1T CARD OP
;\- ",',' THERN DIVISION
' Bids Mi.,,,,, Reach
i name with the
|i Court of Dade
, WILLIAM CHASE
,$AftRLArtfT,T,OUB"
iBh,.,!" ':v OIVEN thai
5,1,., ., ng to engage In
dim name
' (no, inc.)
I:
h. Plor-
-nl name with
I Court of Dude
'" !! W SEIDKRMAN,
i paber8qI' ,)w,u'r-
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H 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 154110
LIONEL fJOMES, Plaintiff
QENEVIEVE GOMES. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: QENEVIEVE GOMEH
!U7 EAiil.E AVENUE
BRONX, N.Y.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney and to file the original ans-
wer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2Sth
day of November, IMS: otherwise, the
Itlil of Complain! for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
HATED at Miami. Florida, this 2 day of October. 19.12.
i: I! LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By] WM. W. STOCK INC
Deputy Clerk
Name and address
of Plaintiff's Attorney:
XORMAN R LYONS.
910-1! lilvmida Building,
Miami. Florida
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERH'S BAR. at number H49S N. W
17th Ave., In Dade County. Florida,
intends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HERBERT P.RAPX
THEODORE R. WAYNE, Att'y.
2146 Pome da Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Fla.
10.31 11/7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage u.
business under the fictitious name of
LBA MFG. AND SALES CO. (NOT
INC.). at 149 X. W. 54th St., Miami,
Ma. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
STEPHEN P. KESSLeT' Ml'BA
Attorney for Applicant
22110 W. Flagler St.
I1/7-14-21-2M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ATLAS ENGINEERING COMPANY
(not inc.). at 3771 X. \V. :,lst Street.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JAMES BRESLOW
10/3, -,7-,4-27':,:N":U KATZ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,f
BOULEVARD PRINTERS, at 81 N.
W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intend to
register said name with the cu-rk of
the Circuit Court of Dade t'ountv.
Florida.
WILLIAM C. TAYLOR
A ELIZABETH TAYLOR
10.11 11/7-11-21
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Cause Numbered 154297
PRANK RUBIN, Plaintiff,
vs.
LENA RUBIN, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LENA RUBIN
2301 N. .'.2nd Street
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
lou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wei to the Dill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney and file the orlg
Inal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit I'ourt of Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or hefor,. December i, 19.'.2;
otherwise the allegation! of such hill
will be taken as confessed bv vou.
Dated this .".th ilav of November.
1952,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
I Sea I)
By M. c. QREEN,
Deputy cierk
SHELDON S LELCHUK
Attorney for Plaintiff
* Miami. Florida
11/7-14-21-2K
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE coi-.NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE Col'NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, NO.
2SSI9II
In He: ESTATE OF
CHARLES STANLEY a/k/a
CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, mav have against the,
estate of CHARLES EDWARD STAN-
LEY deceased late of Dude County,
Florida, to the Honorable County
Judges of I>ade County, and file th
same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication here-
of Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred.
Date October 22, AD. l'.i.'.2.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As Administrator of the Estate of
CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY
I leeeased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Administrator
10'24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAXON'S OF MIAMI, at 228 N. B.
1st Avenue and it:: N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MAX SAKHA
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for iwner
Seybold Bldg.
10 31 II '7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
0RACE HAIR STYLIST, t 1207 17th
Street, Miami Beach, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
GRACE I.EVENSuN
Sole owner #
MANUEL LUBEL
Attornev for Applicant
Lawyers lildg.
22* X. E. 2nd Ave.
11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL RADIO SHOP, at 1001") X.
W. 7th Avenue. Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS S. SAYRE
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COI'RT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO.
27 108
RE: ESTATE i >F
Fannie WOLPE, Deceased.
NOTICE la hereby given thai I havo
filed my final report and petition for
Final Hlscharge as Executor of the
estate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceased:
and that on the 24 day of November,
1952, will apply to one of the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County,
Florida, tor approval of said final re-
port and for final discharge a- Execu-
tor Of the Estate of FANNIE WOLPE,
dei eased.
This 17th dav of October. l:'",2.
s/ MYER A. WOLPPPE
As Executor of the Estate of
Fannie Woipe, Deceased.
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Executor
922 Seybold uilding
Miami 32, Florida
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COI'RT
IN AND, FOR DADE enr N'T v
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
27810-B.
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAM HERO. Hecised.
To All Creditors anil All I'.r.-ons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You, ami each of you. are hereby
notified and re,piped to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against tne
estate of SAM BERG, deceased, late of
Dade County. Florida, lo the Hon.
Prank B. Dowllng, County Judge ol
Dad.- Count)', and file the same In lus
off!,-,. :>, the Countj Courthouse
l tade i 'ounty, Floi Ida, wltl
calendar months from the dais of the
first pu Hi reof. Slid .alms or
demands t contain thi legal address
,,f the claimanl i I to be .-worn to
and presented .is aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Section 12 of
the 1921 Probate Acl
I iate '', toi" r :'., \ i > I9&3
n:\NNETTE PHILLIPS-'
As Administratrix of the Estate of
SAM HERO, Dccea.-'d
PALLOT, SILVER .v MULLOY,
Attorneys for Administratrix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tiie fictitious name of
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
OF ORLANDO, at 690 N. YV. 13th
Street. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida.
NATIONAL BEVERAGES, IXC.
BY: SAMUEL BLANK.
President
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business imiler the flctltlOUi name of
BOMBAY LOUNGE at MO! Collins
Avenue. Miami lleaeh. intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
CHARLES GROSSMAN
LESTER A ZI'TTY
HARRY KLUBECK
Co-Partners
MALVIN ENOLANDER
Attorney for Applicants
31! I..- coin R '
II 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ndi i nigned, desiring :.-
the flci -i- n.im- of
ALT- IN OUTBOARD BOAT RENTAL.
tli n Road, U I
i:. h, Florida, intends reglsti
(aid in -it*i the Clerk of the Clr-
-ourl of l lade < 'ounty, Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida,
hi.- itrd day of October, 1(52.
VINCE DE BONIS
Sole owner
KIMMBL AND KIMMEL
Attorneys At l*w
^TubMnTn Oc-totfr 24. .. fitflSgg^
10,24-31 11/7-14 1D<-1 *l
NOTICE PY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
153979
HARLAND .1 ZELLAR
vs.
MARGARET M. ZELLAR
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET M, ZELLAR
You are herein 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 Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attornev, STEPHEN
F. KESSLER, 2200 W. Flagler St.,
Miami and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of November. 182. If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Dill of Com-
plaint. .
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day fit October
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk, Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
Circuit Court Seal)
ity wm W STOCKTNG
Deputy Clerk
10/24-31 II 7-14
AD. 1'.2.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring .ty engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMPAGNE Holi: BAR
al ',< i7 N W, 7th Avenue, Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of th..-B,vnl'"'r^lHP ,,r l'"1"
County. Florida-
Attorn y for hi
I u r
1 i 24-31 r f-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C.
CALDONIA LANE. Plaintiff,
VS,
DAVID LANE, Defendant.
TO: DAVID LANE
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has be.-n filed against you, and you
are required to eerve -i copy of your
Answer or pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
HEN ESSEN, and tile the original An-
swer or pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01
fore the lth day of Novemlier. 1952;
otherwise the Hill of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein win be
taken as confessed by you.
Dated: October 2"th. 1952.
B. H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCK 1 NO.
Deputy Clerk.
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
xl':1, Beybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
10/21-31 11/7-14
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