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The Jewish Floridian ( December 5, 1952 )

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^wifelbJEIIiDipidliigup ME 26—Number 49 Combining T HE JEWISH UNIT Y and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS OMMIES HANG 11 VICTIMS |ght Jews Die On Kremlin-Directed Gallows; Wave Of Suicides Follows Anti-Semitic Trial* PRAGUE (JTA) — Eleven of the 14 convicted Communist Party i bch leaders were hung early Wednesday in swift punishment] Idly following a week after their three-hour long "confessions" %  treason and "international Zionist" activity for the purpose of It roving the Moscow-dominated Czechoslovakian nation. Eight! [the 11 victims, including Rudolf Slansky, were Jewish. Hanging came on the heels a resolution expressing its lling of outrage at the CzechoIvak treason trial, which was kenbed as an affront to the It of Israel and a display of li-Semitism on the part of the nmunist rulers, and which |s adopted by the Knesset, Is•l's Parliament. The pro-SovMapam Party and the ComInists voted against the resolion thv resolution stated that the tditional friendship between choslovakia and the Jewish kion was undermined by the \ which was an attempt to bmirch the Zionist movement, liberation movement of the Mgh people, by using the Jeworigin of most of the deIdants for "dangerous and foul %  paganda." An official statement issued by Mapam declared that while on the one hand the party was amazed that the Zionist movement should be linked with charges made in Prague, it rejected Foreign Minister Sharett's statement' in which he compared the Prague trial to Nazi proceedings. In its declaration, Mapam affirmed its fraternal feelings for the "people's democracies" of Eastern Europe. It also said that Mordecai Oren, principal witness in the trial who was on an official mission for the Mapam Party when he visited Prague and was arrested there, had good intentions but had perhaps become "tragically involved." In reply to the Mapam statement. Prime Minister David BenGurion declared he could understand the Communists who took the position that the Soviet Union could do no wrong, but he felt that the Mapam Party was being hypocritical. In his statement which was read in Parliament and which said that the Czech treason trial was "permeated with the spirit of rabid anti-Semitism," Foreign Minister Moshe Sharet voiced fear for the safety of the 3,500,000 Jews in the communist-dominated countries. Describing the Prague proceedings as "a farce in the form of a legal trial," Sharett said: "History already has passed judgment upon those regimes which had recourse to the bogy of anti-Semitism in order to divert the attention of the masses of their people from their own troubles and the failures of the rulers and to turn their hatred toward Jews chosen as scapegoats." Sharett stated that the prisoners who had been branded Zionists in the Prague trial never had any connection with the Zionist movement and some "of them, in fact, had persecuted Zionism with a vengeance. He added that the aid received from Czechoslovakia during the war of liberation, for which Israel paid in full, had been arranged with the full knowledge and consent of the heads of the Czechoslovak state, some of whom still occupy high seats of power. Envoys Never Spies "At one stage, Israel concluded a commercial agreement with Czechoslovakia on terms agreeable to both parties," Mr. Sharett recalled. "Israel admitted thousands of Jews who were officially authorized t o leave Czechoslovakia after they left most of their property behind. Under the terms of this commercial agreement Israel paid for a small percentage of her imports from Czechoslovakia with a limited proportion of the immigrants' former possessions. "None of these operations were performed in the dark," he underlined. "They were not the result of any underhanded manipulation, but of official honorable negotiation between the accredited representatives of both countries. There was no trickery involved, nor any attempt to take Memorial Tribute to Dr. lann Weizmann, first President I t e State of Israel who died \ month, will be held under the %  pices of the Zionist Council i Florida on Wednesday even ing, December 10th, 8:30 p.m., in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach. Jointly participating in the program will be the H a d a s ah Chapters of Greater Miami, Hollywood and Hirsch Fort Lauderdale: the Labor Zionl; : .nization of America, Mitni Beach, Coral Gables Hollywood; Masada; Mizfhi Women's Organization; | Miami Men and Women and the Pioneer WomII ncil. al part of the In MemF ogram will be a docur" ta| y dramatisation of the life Chaim Weizmann, written ted by Professor Sam I Department of Drama, of Miami. Professoi > will also appear in ntation, said early this the Drama Quartet will the rr.usic of Blocm Bi rnstein and others. p 1 '' ipating in the documen1 "titled Chaim Weizmann, Of Israel, will be Edward "ley Sachs, Morris SiJ I s. Dorothy K. Fink. El| David Shapiro. Mrs. 1 an, Harold Shapiro, • 1 S.krais, Miss Sylvia j ITON (WNS)_ GerSmith, notorious Jew % %  der of the ChrisChinio, Burnett Roth, Mrs. Anna l Brenner Myers and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. Also appearing on the program j will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Rabbis Alfred | Waxman. Irving Lehrman, Joadvantage of imagined weakness of the opposite party or to damage its vital interests — it was an agreement freely entered into for mutual benefit. "Israel representatives never served as spies or agents of any j foreign power," the Israel Minister declared, adding that "only those to whom espionage and sabotage come naturally as a matter of daily practice are capable of conceiving that such a fantastic charge can gain credence, and only those to whom international relations are a tangled web of machinations woven in the dark can invent stories of sinister plotting which every civilized citizen in a free country treats with ridicule and contempt." Foreign Indictment Among those cited in the indictment at the Prague trial were Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion, Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and Ehud Avriel, former Israel Minister to Czechoslovakia. Avrael, who is now director general of the Premier's Office in Israel, is described as 'an American spy covered by the immunity of Israel diplomatic passports." The allegations linking the State of Israel, the Zionist movement and Jewish leaders with "American imperialism" are based on the alleged confessions of two Israel nationals who have seph Rackovsky and Abraham land. Congressman William Cj been under arrest in CzechoslovaCassel, Cantor Samuel Kele.r.er; Lantaff. Governor Fuller Warren, kia for many months. One of and Mrs. George M. Cohen. i the mayors of all Dade and Brow( tn1 s Moi dccai 0ren a leader Inviterf in nttpnrl the Memoar d Countv municipalities. Mrs. w inviiia to atiena me Memo /•„*,..„„ „ j T-.,u of the leftwing Mapam Parly in rial Tribute are United States I LJMcCaffrey and Di. H.I Senators from Florida George S-! Franklin Williams, Dean of the j Smathers, and Spessard S. HoiFaculty, University of Miami. haim Weizmann Memorial On Wednesday Israel. The other is Shimson Continued on Page 10 A nal Crusade, h. I 'light the services of I Congressman John T I, Idaho, as head of an '-fct.-r.itic lobbying office. Says Law Produces Criticism WASHINGTON (JTA)—Secret u'y of State Dean Acheson told President Truman's Comission On Immigration and Naturalization last week "that United States immigration policy not only causes resentment weakening the friendship of some of our neighbors, but also causes or emphasizes economic j dislocations that weaken those | neighbors whom we need as j strong partners and who can j furnish us with sites for military bases and strategic raw materials." The Secretary's assertion was | made in a statement prepared for] the Commission. He outlined the! 1 kincl of immigration policy the ; State Department believes would \ "help and not hinder us in reaching the goals of our foreign poli icy." Ii would be free from dis-1 crimination based on nationality i or race, he said, and it flexible enough to help in solv! ing the problem of overpopulation in Europe and • •scapeet from behind the Iron Curtain. With reference to the M \ arras-Walter Act. s. son said. "America's position in the eyes of foreign : deeply affected." Kane Heads 1953 CJA Campaign Howard Kane, vice president of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach and civic leader here for many years, will head the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal. Announcement of Kane's appointment was made by Carl Weinkle. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the agency which conducts the drive each year, following unanimous confirmation of Federation's Board of Governors. The Board represents some 60 Dade County organizations. Kane promptly accepted the p ition of Campaign Chairman to tili the pi St left vacant hy Jack Ablin who died suddenly two weeks ago. The Campaign Cabinet, names of Division leaders and dat( B of mi functions will be announced in ten days. Kane said. The Appeal for the support of M \( n local institutions and a host of national Jewish organizations probably will start in mid-January, but the date ;.nd goal have not yet be n SI Kane, a vice president and dirt ctor i f Federation and membei of th< Budget and Executive I as tri isurer of Federation in 1951, and has nany important posts in the planning organization. "Food'rationing is still the rule In Israel," th e 1953 chairman told Continued on Page 10 A Howara Kane



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PAGE 2 A +Jewish fk>ridlk>n Call For More BIG Day Workers A plea for additional volunteers to work with the State of Israel ; Bond Campaign on BIG Day was issued this week to every Jewish I rganization in the Greater Mi; mi area by Joe Cherner, Grand Marsha] Of the BIG Day Drive. Particular emphasis was placed the fact that BIG Days which has been officially proclaimed '. r December 14th, will be the i ne day on which more than 1.000 volunteers will call on 10.000 Jewish families of the area to tell of Israel's struggle for financial independence. All over the United States, similar drives are being staged in an effort to sell Bond Of Is-! rael. The quota set by the organization for this area is one-quarter i million dollars. Cherner. who has been selected as director of the, activities for BIG Day. declared i that the quota is small as comChelsie J. Senerchia, Mayor of Miami, presents a proclamapared to other cities of this size. tion for Dr. Chaim Weizmann Memorial Day to I. S. Shapoff, "It is our responsibility as a vice chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Leaders community and a people to surj of all faiths will pay respect to Dr. Weizmann, first president pass this goal." he said. ; of Israel, at a memorial meetinq in Flamingo Park, Miami Special citations will be awardI Beach on Wednesday evenina. December 10th. < p.m. Children will be picked up and delivered home A regular home camp program is provided which includes arts and crafts, dramatics, dancing, music, athletics and story-telling Billig, Schwartz Named The Miami and Miami Beach public relations firm of M. C Billig and Gerald Schwartz has I been named to handle the pub-1 licity and public relations proI gram for the Second Annual Mi1 imi Beach Home Show. Entitled I An Adventure In Tropical I.ivManya Gitzis and Beryl Mi rcall for methods of integrating I rison will give dramatii rei '• %  n & thi show el for the Mi • %  Jewish families into the|ings. Dr. M. J. Glick will preami Beach Auditorium on Febru-j ngregation. s ide, %  %  : •' 1st through 8th. HE FINEST SOAP! Cuts your cleaning time in kali I Made from pure coconut oil. Distributed by Hi-Grede Food Company — Phone 9 I4SC 28th Anniversary TiieAAe CUSTOM TAILOR 28 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Slate Brandeis UM Jayvee Tiff Brandeis university will meet the University of Miami Junior Varsity in the Second Annual Brandeis University Classic toI morrow. December 6th, 8:15 p.m.. at Miami Beach's Memorial Field. 11th and Alton Road. The team from Brandeis University, the first Jewish-sponsored, non-sectarian institute of higher learning, arrived here Wednesday night with their coach. Benny Friedman, all-time football "great" who is director of athletics at Brandeis. According to Bennie Ganes and Harold Turk, co-chairmen of the event, a crowd of more than 17.000 persons is expected to witness the annual gridiron classic. They urged residents of Greater Miami to support the event. Tickets are on sale at the downtown ticket office of the University of Miami; Farr Tours, 23rd and Collins, Miami Beach; and Fu Manchu Restaurant, Miami Beach. Tickets will also be sold on the night of the game at the Memorial Field box office. Among those working on the Executive Committee are Al Jacobs, Walter Jacobs, Lou Gold, Herbert Gimbel. Hank Meyer, Carl Gardner, James Ruby and Abe Allenborg. JSVD ^J Dedication ""S the memory (lf .*> ^rkm.fon,;.,,,'^ Drive, Miami Beach Place Sunday, DS* 1 P-n... at Mt. N ho t %  ** :r 1 Rbi Irving LehST**! ing. Mrs. Sirkntr ian M husband H25 Tthref^l ton, Alexande S^M daughter. Mrs. S&^Jt a brother. Abe Ten^l eu d Kramer and fiv> ^1 children. Mrs Sirki 9 member of Miami Belch^J ish Community Center \3 hood. Hadassah. J e S M of Women and Jewfchr *1 of Women. Arrang^J charge of Palme's Miami21 ment Company. Friends awl atives are asked to be pr£j YfawK lros|MM(, Of Pa< if i p oaw Prospects For Peace i a \l Pacific, will be the topic otl Dunning Idle at the Adult J cation Forum of the Coral 9 les Jewish Center on S-IDQJ December 7th, 8:30 p.m. Dr. Idle has served in the %  eign Service of the United $3 Government. At present 3 Visiting Profess r of GovenuJ at the Univi ,; ORKIN P£ST CONTROL RATS • ROACHES • MICE • FLIES "MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH" Call 2-1776 DAY WORKERS $5 & FABI COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porten Dishwashers ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Avr. pf.jg No Charge tc Empi:,S. .1. Freedman & M. It*|liuii HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT.. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Habrew Religious Supplies For 8rn*ogues and Private Use. 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\Y. DECEMBER 5. 1952 .mbers Of American Rabbinical uncil Meet; Rabbi Adams Specks JlJ^stncrkUari PAGE G A L C al Riibbis who are mem! of the Rabbinical Council of \ e nv,i met late last week at I Strath Haven Hotel, Miami l c h, to honor the president of I national organization, Rabbi lodore Adams. %  embers discussed the forma( if a Rabbinical Council of later Miami which would help llement the local scene for n ,l and regional programs [;,,, irganization. freeting the affiliated Rabbis Habbi Adams indicated in blk that American Jewry "is sner Unveiling ledu-ation of a monument to 1 memory of the late Leo Rosformerly of 2600 SW 24th tace, will take place Sunday, iember 7th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt. \o Cemetery with Rabbi Abtm Sachs officiating. Mr. fcer is survived by his wife, ljan. two daughters, Harriet 1 Susan, four brothers, Martin, te, Joseph and Jacob, also one fer, Mrs. Sarah Weiss of Baye, New Jersey. Arrangements f in charge of Palmer's Miami hument Company. Friends relatives are asked to be ent. fern Unveiling |h-' didication of a monument fchi memory of the late SamStein of Miami, will take be Sunday, December 7th, 1 l„ at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with pbi Simon April officiating. Stern is survived by his wife, ia; one son. Jack Stern of Deit: a daughter, Ann Cook of Imi, and two grandchildren, bice and Burton. Arrangents are in charge of Thurmond nument Company. Friends relatives are asked to be cnt. lid Reception For limark-Sedletzky he Workmen's Circle Branch 692. its Women's Club and Y. L Peretz School, Miami cli. are arranging a reception D Neimark-Sedletzky, writand critic, tonight at 8 p.m., the Lyceum, 25 Washington Bnue. Jwurk-Sedletzky is now conins a lecture tour through S. uthern District comprising Alabama, Georgia, inana, Texas and Florida. W'the Friday reception, which II be tendered under the ause il the Joseph Baskin Culal Forums, Neimark-Sedletwill speak on the subject: >ish Problems In Today's %  rid. te will also be guest of honor the Y. L. Peretz Miami School %  nquct on Sunday, December i. 154S SW 3rd Street, and will one of the speakers at the ntemporary Jewish Literature rum, arranged by the Jewish ok Council of Greater Miami, Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m., at | Town Branch, Greater MiJewish Community Center. Joseph Duntov is chairman of District. returning more and mor e to traditional religious Judaism." The Rabbi based his statement on observations made during his extensive travel throughout the country. "The glamour and conveniences of compromising denominations are giving way," Rabbi Adams declared, "to the realization that Judaism must be religious by conviction and that efforts are constantly being developed toward reaching high standards." The national president's discussion also made reference to the regional and local programs initiating Join A Synagogue movements and stimulating interest in religious education and in the observance of Kashruth. Local Rabbis who participated included Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Joseph Rackovsky, S. T. Swirsky and Alexander Gross. Sending greetings by wire were Rabbis Abraham Cassel and Meyer Rosenbaum, Chief Rabbi of Havana, Cuba. Current plans call for travelling Rabbis to bring traditional, orthodox services to isolated Florida communities, Rabbi Adams said at a subsequent talk at the Strath Haven. Itinerant Rabbis from congregations here will soon be scheduled to make regular trips throughout the state. Local Rabbis affiliated with the Rabbinical Council of America meet at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, to discuss plans for formation of a Rabbinical Council of Greater Miami. Shown above discussing this problem are (left, clockwise) Rabbis Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth El Congregation; Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah Congregation; Theodore Adams, presider.t of the national organization and principal speaker at the meeting; Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation; and Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Apartment Owners Name Moss Unveiling Lesser To Chest Drive Alfred A. Lesser, first vice president of the Miami Beach Apartment Association, has been appointed chairman of the Miami Beach Apartment House Division of the Community Chest, it was announced by Daniel M. Broad, president. witz, of New Orleans. Mr. M;ss was a member of Masonic Lodge, Mahi Shrine, Jewish War Veterans, American Legion Post No. 85, BPO Elks No. 948, Mccuie Lodge and Eagles of Trenton, New Jersey, also a member of Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Disabled War Veterans. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late John Jacob Moss, formerly of 1920 SW 32nd Place, will take place Sunday, December 7th, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Mr. Moss is survived by his wife, Sadye, and three sisters, Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mrs. Phil Marshall, both of Miami, and Mrs. Morris Yankelo-1 are asked to be present. GRAND OPENING O/T& WASHINGTON f EDffiflL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1244 WASHINGTON AVENUE Miami Beach D Nimark-S*dUtskr OF MIAMI BEACH So conveniently located between the Post Office end City Hall. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jack D. Gordon President Arthur H. Courshon Secretary Ben Giller Vice-Preiident Michiel Steckloff Vite-Preident George W. Hirsch Vice-President 4 Comptroller Milton M. Gaynor Treasurer Claude Pepper Charles Silvers S. C. Stampleman FREE GIFTS FOR ALL! FREE DOOR PRIZE! A Trip to HAVANA Old occommodatiom at the Nacionol Hotel MEET OUR HONOR GUESTS AT 7:30 P.M.! GEORGIA NEESE CLARK Treasurer of the United States CLAUDE PEPPER Former United States Senator and many, many other notables of government, and the entertainment and radio world. ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED TO S10.000 GIFTS FOR SAVERS Sitverplate < • Marxman Pipes • Skyrocopter Planes For Children REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL! 4 % %  it s : By an instrumentality of the U.S. Government m



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I r****** **w^*v* matter July 4. 1930. at the Pent Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewieh Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weakly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Association of English Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor & Jen isi; ticr4w Faces ....; > • The acceptance of Howard Kane as chairman of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal Drive here is announced this week. A youthful but active Miami civic leader. Kane fills the shoes of Mr. Jack Ablin who died last month on the eve of his own appointment to that office. With the memory in mind of his late, esteemed predecessor and the causes that depend upon a successful campaign, we are confident that Kane will conduct an aggressive drive during the months to come. We hope this appointment will continue a pattern for further communal action, where new faces and energetic persons increasingly assume the role of leadership in concerted, area efforts on behalf of numerous causes. This is a tribute to their intelligence, ability and endurance — all necessary characteristics for competent communal endeavor. New leaders, added leadership and expanded thinking must be found if this growing community is to continue its growth "communally speaking" as it does in terms ol population. Opportunity for this new and added leadership to learn and assume responsibility will depend on the future attitudes and actions of our present leaders who have carried the heavy burdens these many years. Kane's assumption of a major role as 1953 CJA chairman, we hope, will be the forerunner of this trend. THIS MUST BE STOPPED! During The Week ... A i s Br LEO MINDLIN FORMER AMBASSADOR TO ISRAEL spoke before members of the construction trades'jail e at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould. A Jolly f e n slowly arriving guests with a hearty handshake and ro* he I was anxious to hear his views on two topics or'" 8 ^ significance and drew him out between requests for aj^ 2a popping cameras. Mr. McDonald listened to mv fj, st Q gra !*U relative impatience, so anxious was be to answer. Ther''** trials in Czechoslovakia seemed pivotally important he ^ hastened to add that their anti-Semitic reason for being ^^ ent from other Jew-witch hunts of recent history as< "I don't believe the Russians are interested j n am as such," Mr. McDonald said. This is fundamentally true extermination campaign, for example, was biologic Th Soviet blood-letting, on the other hand, is international 6 and political diplomacy operating on its most reprehensible?" Mr. McDonald emphasized further the distinction in < method between the Nazi and Communist efforts. The 'Q 9 ^ he said, regarded Jewish extinction as an end i n itself Ja Moscow-led trials in Prague point out the Soviet desire hf unrest in the Near East and to disguise their failure with C slovakian Red indoctrinates. Making mention of Bulgaria's Ana Pauker and her deooaJ some eight months ago, Mr. McDonald indicated that hers was i haps the first obvious instance of the impending Russian war Jil "international Zionism". Thus, this belated anti-Semitic rjtbSI has all the earmarks of a brutally calculated intellectual rroJ which the Jews are being used to advance Communism? jeai Such a turn of events should not have been unexpected. ThiseiT are intimately acquainted with Russian inspired methods kr.ewJ beforehand that impersonal abstraction and the amoral belief tall whatever works is right are the fundamental precepts of Krenjl garbled Marxism. • e • • MR. McDONALD CAME HERE to sell Israel Bonds. Ha J before the construction men was geared to their specific uterejl and surveyed aspects of the new state's building program. lulls regard, I was anxious to determine if the former Ambassador Ml that next month's change in the White House would mean a chasj in American State Department attitude toward the Near Et Taking the optimistic attitude that US foreign policy would ay sume its bi-partisan stand now that the bitterness of the recall election campaign was over, Mr. McDonald (for the record) si that he anticipated a continuation of this nation's friendship extesied Israel especially. He based his position on the fact that pastfv-; eign aid cuts did not include cuts in Congressional allocabsii scheduled for the Jewish democracy and that Presidcnt-elec: DineJ D. Eisenhower's Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, ha: m\ positive force in the UN partition of Palestine. Indeed, Mr. McDonald cited a passage in his book, Mv Mist To Israel, where he appraised his 30-year friendship with Mr. Dof while listing' five basic positions the latter took with regard! Great Britain, the Moslem World, the "probability'' of enerpd of a Jewish state, Arab strength as opposed to Israeli anr.ypMJ tial and America's role in each category. As I see it, Mr. Dulles' attitude toward partition was fa:k| sympathetic and one filled with misgiving. Even Mr. McDoui summation shows that. Our next Secretary of State submitted*; agreement for partition not on the basis of belief but becauall understood that the world would inevitably be facing an i.t plished fact. The reality of existence conclusively indicated*! Palestine Jews could defeat a spiritually impoverished and ignotit Arab League and that it would no longer hesitate to bring to taition the Zionist dream even if combat were necessary. • e e e • CLEARLY. MR. DULLES' COOPERATION was the KM an expedient decision. If Mr. McDonald continues to insist that change in America's Near Eastern policy should be expected" stand can only be attributed to the fact that his statesmanship invents him from saying otherwise. For it is a foregone conclusion that conservative Mr. Dullest bring to the State Department traditional Republican visionsoH ["European and Asiatic status quo. This can only mean a cow* US effort to contain the ambitions of all sides by supporting General Eisenhower, in typical French Revolution manner, has* ready aroused the East's wrath by saying, "Let Asians kill Asa* So far as the Israel-Arab difference of opinion is concerne-i l better can Moslem discontent be allayed than by a newly D| American attitude toward the Jewish state which involve; i j tension of this hands-off policy? foreign aid cute to the youthful democracy will direct a sfljl of critical blows at its upbuilding programs and make it n '^j nerable than it has previously been to attack by hostile n ; : j; J In light of such future occurrence, Moscow's foul tactics i-%  I last week gain increasing significance. And as usual, the I to be failing once more in the Communist chess game of inten al intellectualizing. ^yl Mr. McDonald's plea at the Gould residence last Sund '' JJtJ his stated optimism. In impassioned terms, he begged r I of the $500,000,000 Israel Bond Issue here. Purchase of t e I is now more important than ever, and BIG officials need I wholehearted cooperation. The chain of experience eurrent ^j ing against the Jewish, state's future reaches into each of I ly. Israel Bonds represent a partial answer to Kremlin N it ism and expedient diplomacy. Off The Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN world, and especially in a glorious country like the United States, should act against the interests of the state." The fact remains that the Rosenbergs were convicted after a trial under which they were given all the safeguards granted by the constitution to all citizens. They were indicted under legal process. They were tried by a jury of their peers and.^fter conviction, were given every opportunity of appeal to the highest court. It may have been questionable wisdom on the part of the trial judge to have imposed so harsh a sentence as death, but that was a matter for the court to decide, and the decision, no doubt, was made on reports to which the public had no access. Their crime may have been more serious even than the trial evidence indicated. I, for one, have no use for the Rosenbergs and their ilk who would betray America for strange ideologies. As far as I am concerned, they stand convicted of the most reprehensible crimebetrayal of country. There are, however, some extenuating circumstances, though they do not arise from the trial and the evi%  Ml denoe. In the first pla* J crime was committed *J peace, and few are tij^ ^ circua*5 the f &>\ ed under such Secondly, there are "" ^ and the children of the a couple. Thirdly. '< t;0fl bergs have the "j*^! government has bee ^ j wring from themd* ^,1 their lips forever. Ana. favor clemency, as an op^ capital punishment.



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jAY. DECEMBER 5, 1952 *Jewist Fhrkifon PAGE 5 A leal Hadassah Chapters Will Celebrate mrietta Szold Day Here December 8th Fbi Kh in [r 3.000 members from 111 the Greater Miami) L, of Hadassah will celefY birthday of the Wom|/„ ni I Organization's foundI Ha Szold, on Monday, L th. | ial groups arc schedulk Henrietta Szold Day OIU and Fashion Shows i ( | in various Miami hotels and at homes of I members. :.. E. Lubin will be chairthe Deborah Chapter's I the San Souci Hotel. I, will be by the Ann Peff; studio. Harriet Stroke FashPlnto Furs will be highbtt'd at the Herzl Group meetrding to Mrs. Colman i and Mrs. S. Barr Berman, Icha^man, in the Delano Hoh, nna Senesch Group will t al noon in the .Saxony Hotel vii sportswear by Sandra t. v. ning wear by Louis Hafand hildren's wear by Minor liesaid Mrs. Herman Reis. lan, in an announcement s week, rs. Murray Weil will be Jrman of the Stephen Wise apt. Luncheon and FashS .. consisting ,of Fieree at the Monte Carlo el Mount Scopus Chapter Henrietta Szold Day Hh individual luncheons in mbi rs' homes, under the gen; supervision of Mrs. Edward nd Mrs. Harold Binder. Benni ;ta Szold Chapter will !\v Margaret Newman fashions d Pii • i Furs at the Shore Club Hadassah Calendar Monday, December 8th DEBORAH: Luncheon and Ruth. lon Show, sin Houcl Hotel, HERZL: Luncheon and l-\,-iii..i, Shi w. K,,,„ Hotel HANNA SENESCH: Luncheon and Paxhlon Hhuw, Saxony Hotel. STEPHEN WISE: Luncheon and Fashion STiow, Monte Carlo HoMOUNT SCOPUS: Luncl na In -tiM-tni',-1 v homes, HENRIETTA SZOLD: Luncheon and raanion Show, Shore Club ISRAELI: Luncheon :ii the Roney Plain Hotel. MIAMI B & P: Card Party at the Miami Home.Milk Producers. SHALOMA: Luncheon and Card Party, Lord TarJeton Hotel, MIAMI BEACH BAP: Card Par. ty. Johnlna Hotel, Sunday. December Tth. MENORAH: Lunch i, Blscayne Terrace Hotel, Hotel, with Mrs. Harry Rogers acting as chairman. Mrs. Max Weitz will be guest speaker before members of the Israeli Chapter at a Luncheon scheduled for the Roney Plaza Hotel. The Szold Day program will include songs by Mrs. Fred Riebel, star of the Miami Opera Guild, who will be accompanied by Mrs. M. Edel. Mrs. A. Malkin is chairman of the affair. PearJ Kornfeld will chair the observance of the Miami Business and Professional Chapter at the Miami Home Milk Producers. The Lord Tarlton Hotel will be the city of the Shaloma Chapibiscus Masons Announce Officers; dney Teller Is Worshipful Master meeting of Hibiscus Igi i. 275. F. & A.M., Miami Bel :i Tuesday, officers were r the year 1952. Bidm Teller will serve as ful Master. Teller has en Florida resident for the Bl II years, having come •n Stanford, Connectibecame a Mason in 1944. married and lives with Stella, and their daugh9 West 40th Street, Mii. Teller is manager of C L,,r Shop in Miami. 1 fficers are Herbert Gutnior Warden: Malvin %  >gl :. Junior Warden; Nanii ';. Kirsch, treasurer, and >• 1. Waitzkin, secretary. and Waitzkin are each their fifth consecutive B i office. The remaining Ibis officers will be appoint! by Teller in the near future. %  mg the election meeting, meeting of the Hibiscus hold^ C ipany, owners of the Hi|BCUi L idge Building, was held, Jid • annual election of of' >k place. Thi • .llowing were elected to tiid -, serve for the ensuing iar: Teller, president; Heritman, first vice presiWt; Herman R. Mechlowitz, %  president; Louis Gilisurer; and Julian Neu•uer, secretary. ^ I to three-year terms as Miami Convalescent Home %  iy m Care to the Elderly and wonically III. 24.Hour Nursing Servf| y peclal Diets Strictly Observed. •M nd Semi.Private Rooms. L EO ALLEN. Director • %  S.W. 12th Avenue -nones 2-5437 and 9-0278 Shown above are chairmen of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah H-Day, who will lead their aroups in ,observing the birthday of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Stanley Freedmaa, L. E. Lubin, L. Wolpe. Coleman Olen and S. Bar Berman. Standing (left to right) are the Mesdames Julian Weinkle. Murray Weil, Florence Berkowitz, Leo Chaikin, Herman Ries, Harry Rogers and Lillian Goodman. H-Day is set for Monday, December 8th. ter's Luncheon, according to an announcement by Mrs. Jack Bernard, president. Mrs. Florence Berkowitz is chairman and will present Mrs. Milton Sirkin, vice president of the Florida Region, as principal speaker. Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Chapter will celebrate H-Day on Sunday, December Tth, 8:30 p.m., at the Johnina Hotel, while the Menorah Chapter's observance will be on Monday, noon, at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. In charge of reservations for the Menorah observance are Mrs. Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Stanley Freedman. A radio script depicting the life of Henrietta Szold will be presented. Also scheduled is a Fashion Show featuring apparel by Althea, Mothers Beautiful and Hats of Coral Gables and prepared by Mrs. Joel Meyer. A modern ballet entitled, j A Shopping Trip To Paris, by. Terez Nelson, will round out the ] program. Born in 1860, the oldest daughter of Baltimore's Rabbi Benjamin Szold, the founder of Hadassah devoted the greater part of her life serving mankind. She organized and taught the first classes of Jewish immigrants in this country, formed the nucleus of the Women's Zionist Organization and in 1933, when she was 73, went into Nazi Germany and brought out the first group of some 50,000 children. These, Henrietta Szolfl settled in Israel through Hadassah's Youth Aliyah movement. Countless functions will be held by Hadassah chapters all over America and Puerto Rico on Monday. In most instances, money raised at these affairs will g") to Youth Aliyah. 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PAGE 6 A fjenisii tkr id/for I^lfECEMBE,, -r— HELEN ALPERT • ttA TIP: Keep a keen eye on coming issues of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. New type, format, lively illustrations and provocative local features will be handing exciting content to this pioneer publication! They'll be teamed to the specialized international news and commentary you can get nowhere else. Already set in the Chanukah issue is Ruth C. Brotman's bylined account of Israel's first Music Festival, in which she quietly siarred (although she'll deny it). This story will fill in what she cculdn't possibly include in the sprightly interview you may have caught on Harold Shapiro's "Meet Your Neighbor" program, part of Morris Nasatir's WINZ Sunday show. IN QUICK TEMPO: Top songwriter Nat Simon is being visited this week by top %  nan Jimmy Kennedy, whose hits include "Red Sails in the it" and "Isle of Capri." Kennedy's wife is Constance Car• r, now the Gertrude Lawrence lead in "King and I". EnglishKennedy laboriously drove in. His spouse is smarter — she • the wings of a songbird. When I chatted about them with Owen Harrison, Gwen said tried to talk to Kennedy last year, but couldn't reach through. '1 .. got him locked in the bedroom," said his wife. "And I won't im eut until he writes a song." A Bar Mitzvah in Manhattan telescoped Syd Cohen there for a lays While she's gone, teenage son Donald's at then President son hobi bbing Bftei school with his crony and classmate Israel Glamorous Florry Loeb ought to be dubbed "Loeb and Behold!" — she probably did more to impress realtors el the rtcent convention than all of officialdom. When Our Town became the topic. Florry not only spontaneously created a guided tour, but ch-.axed it with a cock:ail party in her beautiful home And plenty of those delegates were from California • iterioi deci rat ir Chris Barton is now at Burdine's Handinvitations ann lunce the Hotel Algierspreview for Mondaj frock with Best man wa with ushers 3 IEsther Angerman Weds Jack (iaisoTi Pittsburgh Rites At William |w, u,, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Angerman. 575 Lakevie n Beach, announce the wedding of their daughter Esth *' ^ Gaiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gaiser, C>l um h toJ solemnizing rites were performed last Sunday in Pit."!.' Ohio Sylvan!., with Rabbi H. H. Hailperin officiating"ii JIT* Penn Hotel. Attired in candlelight satin, to her at her confirmation, under white orchids and lillies of the valley Her veil of illusion fell from a satin Juliet cap trimmed by seed pearls. Streamers of her corsage were trimmed with pearls from her mother's wedding dress. She borrowed a handkerchief which had been used by her sister and her cousin on their wedding days. M lid of honor at the double| ring, candlelight ceremony was 'Miss Florence Angerman. Mrs. Burton W. Klein was matron of honor. Attendants were Mrs. Max Williams and Miss Florence \ Silver in waltz-length frocks of | irridescent blue taffeta. Miss Robyn Beckman was t,n at the Wi the bride carried a Bible, flower girl and wore a de, white shortie ILM ^Jdward LfSg 5. Burton W 9 Edward Perry. P hllllp J and Irving Fox. T Following a motor tour rfi York State and Washingto,, the couple will be Columbus. Ohio. at hone] ^EIPLE AND NEWS: 51 II a glittei i v er b< ing "Boss foi Ru'.hie Sindall SI I pped ever so cautiously into a Beach Council session, studied the agenda, and frowned heavily at %  on. She was gripp I, however, by the presentations of y Plissner and Siegfried Geismai Plissner is crusading for ambulance ipatlj staffed j medicos alert to emergency techt his knowledgi Plissner rode New York's Roose: Hospit %  bulances for 5 day.-.. His statistics and '. si ik le truly an eloquent speaker, heada reactivated civic board dedi ati i currentlj to better bus service, This is • >se issui • where everybody .•humit's the other fella who's 'ami Geismar's industry in ferreting out the facts strongly "<'•'' doz %  • k I • perhaps the community's solution to i ssive striki is I uj up the bus business and run things them— ON THE BEAT: Always radiant, and fascinatingly so over her music, is Lillian Nelson. Radiant rooter in the background is her best friend, her .--iband Irving, from whom she briefly parted to get to Fort Ben.r.g and see their lieutenant son last week New room-mate at the 2BT house in Gainesville is Austin Bernstein of Miami. He'll share quarters with Bud Levin, young architect. Bud dropFd in for turkey and trimmins with his mother Rae. helping her -:ve over the weekend from the San Juan up to 86th Street. S.-e'll be staying with longtime Chicago friends, the Neross family. Just arrived for the winter are Dr. and Mrs. Sam Eder. Detroit. :; be joined by an ailing nephew and his wife. So they've taken i large apartment near the King Cole. That man Al Lesser is copping prizes left and right. Placing trust) Staff in charge of his adjusters office, he scoured the .d for Chamber of Commerce memberships, grabbing 'em by the Mrs. Jerome Azrikan Seidner, Azrikan Ceremony Al (tables Miss Mona Seidner and Jerome Karl Azrikan were married on November 15th. with Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, officiating at the double-ring ceremony. Newlywed Mrs. Azrikan is the [-Sunday. daughter of Mrs. Lea Seidner, n,,., „ • 1.H0 Douglas Road. Cora Gables, a Da> as bigtime newspaper I u ., 1 Her mother and her brother, Julius, gave her in marriage. Mr. Azrikan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Azrikan. 1830 SW 22nd Terrace. Attending the couple at the! findings ceremony were Miss Pearl Frisch and Robert Seidner. A reception followed the wedding rites at the Coral Gables Center. At the conclusion of their trip to Cuba, the couple will reside at 1629 SW 13th Street. ul. LEADER: Interesting, indeed, is the career of Howard Kane. 1953 chair.—en for Combined Jewish Appeal. It was a good providence that wafted the family here from Providence. R.I. Six-foot Kane. Mercirtile Bank veepee. literally marched up from the ranks, exactly cr he did in the Army, starling Federation work as a volunteer tr.dging the streets and ringing doorbells. The Kane residence is ca upper Meridian Avenue, satisfactorily occupied by Mrs. Eileen :<3.ne and posterity Priscilla Ann. Carol Sue and David Paul THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS: The entire newspaper fraternity admires Milt Malakoff and the :1s for Israel office for acquiring such a publicist as Dak Stern brings to the Job excellent news handling. A series of surprises is being unveiled in "Brigadoon ", in the lhape 'lovely) of startlingly beautiful co-eds like Sandi Jo Borten pledging AEPhi) and Sally Singer: and introducing the appealing Lcla Ruth. The premiere disclosed faults likely to be remedied ;:er this week. An incredibly slow pace lay in the baton, everyz-dy felt. It's a huge production, and later audiences will probtc.y have as much fun as the cast Martie and Seul Chaftez took this Ring Theatre event as the c^ebralion for Mattie's birihday. and a bunch of us hung around v :h her until the clock ticked past 12. so we could yell "Happy Birthdayl" for December 2nd Murray Weinlraub drifted on :.-e horizon, es did newlyweds Will Crockett and Becky Ybanei. .:h their stunning daughter Susan Annual Dinner-Dance A Second Annual DinnerDance will be held by the Greatel Miami Chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, on Sunday evening. December 7th. 7 p.m.. at the Clover Club. according to an announcement early this week by Ruth K. Alter. Cardiac Benefit A Theater Benefit will be held for the Dade Cardiac Hospital during the week of December 15th through 20th. at the Canb Theater. Evelyn Decky is in charge of the affair. Rita Horwitz, .Joseph Singer Rites Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Isador Horwitz, Milwaukee. Wisconsin, announce the : >rthcoming marriage of their daug ter, Rita Rose, to Joseph Harold Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs A raham K. Singer. 1446 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. The ceremony will be held on December 7th, in the study of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the .Miami I Beach Jewish Center. A reception I will follow at the Monte Carlo Hotel from 3 to 5 p.m. Miss Horwitz is a graduate of the Milwaukee State Teachers' College and has studied for the Masters degree at Chicago and Columbia Universities. She also spent a year abroad, studying in France. Mr. Singer is a graduate of the University of Florida and is coowner of the Airko Air Conditioning Company here. The bride-elect's father is Editor of the Jewish Press. Mrs. Jack Gaiser Tifereth Israel Dinner Some one hundred members will attend the Installation Dinner on Sunday, December 7th. 7:30 p.m., of the Sisterhood and Congregation Tifereth Israel Northside Center Officers. Ben Essen will be toastmaster. 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^AY. DECEMBER 5, 1952 *JB**MlIkr*mm PAGE 7 A WESTVIEW OPENS FIFTH SEASON \V.: %  Stanley Davidson Davidson Will • In Miami Ruth Pett and Stanley were wed on Novemat the Lincoln Manor. |i ing Lehrman, spiritual : the Miami Beach Jew. officiated, le is the daughter of •Irs. Abraham Pett, 1228 nue, Miami Beach. Mr. is the son of Mr. and n Davidson, 710 SW |A %  nue, and Montreal, Cansister, Mrs. Gor3 iskey, was matron of Maid 'if honor was Miss ?:. IS, attendants were Mrs. %  tt, the bride's sister-in.-. Bernard Kaloff and I r Rubin. :i for his brother was Davidson. Ushers were is, Harry Pett, the '.lit:-. Stanley Scher, r i Kaloff and Lester Rubrig a honeymoon trip to re! the couple will be at I6B N'W 2nd Street. tirls Niniassah \iirs ISviivir Beach Business and l Women of Hadassah • Wednesday evening, at • na Hotel. i tker was Louis Schj' if the Bureau of Jewt< tion, who presented a { % %  \ on: Island Of The Inuika Dinner Will n Memoriam bditional Ch^nuka Dinner 'Id by the Pioneer WomNo 2. on Sunday evember 14th, 6 p.m., at reeth Israel Congregation, B< ach. I will be in memory er of Mrs. Joseph Mo tzi t Hapalat chairclub. ge of arrangements are Ha Jacobs, Jacob -lara Weinstock, Mollie • N"t Ostrov and Miss Ida -' a n Committee in•! %  • Manya Shubov and im Shedroff. s dye G. Rose *"3 CORAL WAV Phone .0?S1 • G-eetino Card* for All Occasion* • Stationery Nap kmi and Match** i 'tin or 1V: S'lnnllied • Papr Table Cov*r ai Towili • G.ft Wrapping and R>boon* • Toy* and Party Fj^or* • %  eMol Supplie* • Gift* -'• in faat ser vlce for Th 9 r mogr pn#_ pHnt.d Photographed here are socially prominent members of the Westview Country Club who turned out last Saturday night for the Club's gala fifth season opening. Shown top left (left to right) are Mrs. Harold Landfield, Mr. Landfieild. newly elected president, and Mrs. Harold Rand. Standing is Dr. Harold Rand, head of the Activities Committee, as the group chats. Right are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub, immediate past president of Westview. Second from the top (left to right) are Mrs. Henry Hohauser, Mr. and Mrs. John Lux. Mrs. Hohauser. Mrs. Leo Radoff, Mr. Radoff and Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, host and hostess to the group at the table. Westview's newly elected officers chat in the photograph third from the top. Shown (left to right) are Hal Pelton, vice president, Magnus Altmayer, treasurer, Joseph Weintraub, vice chairman of the Board, and Sid Meyer, vice president. Below, the new officers are Mr. and Mrs. Max Matz, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pollack as they chat in the Country Club's spacious rooms. Mrs. Leonard Abess (right) is being congratulated by A. A. Unger, her father, in the photograph second from the bottom on her recent victory in the Women's Handicap Tournament. Mr. Abess proudly looks on. Shown (bottom) enjoying a humorous remark by Sam Heiman (right) are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feinstein, Mrs. Sam Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick and Mrs. Henry Sprintz. Mrs. Sprintz whispers a humorous anecdote of her own. Claude fie Sorel Appears In Concert The Miami Music Club presented Claudette Sorel in a concert at the Miami Senior High School Auditorium on Wednesday evening. The Paris-born pianist appeared in conjunction with the Club's new policy of scheduling performances here by winners of the Young Artists Award under the auspices of the National Federation of Music Clubs. In the nine years that she has been appearing on the concert stage, Miss Sorel has won four other significant awards. These include the New York Philharmonic's Young People's Concert Award at the age of 12, the New York Little Symphony Auditions Award, the Philharmonic Orchestra Auditions and a Fulbright Award. Jvliss Sorcl's program included Pastorale and Capriccio, by Scarlatti-Tausig: Sonata in B flat major, by Wolfgang Mozart; Ballade in G minor, by Frederic Chopin; Ballade in F minor, by Chopin; Papillons, by Robert Schumann; and Sonata No. 7, by Serge Prokofieff. In charge of tickets was Mrs. Franz Stewart. Hirsch In Reading A dramatic reading of Don Juan In Hell from George Bernard Shaw's play, Man And Superman, will be given by Professor Samuel Hirsch, of the University of Miami Drama Department, on Friday evening, December 12th, at the Jewish Cultural Center. Proceeds are earmarked for the Variety Children's Hospital. Some 200 persons attended the gala opening of the Westview Country Club's fifth season last Saturday night. Greater Miami's social and communal leaders were dressed in the latest fashions to meet once again following the conclusion of the summer vacation season. Greeting guests at the DinnerDance in Wes.view's. Ball Room were Harold Landfield, new president of the Country Club, and Mrs. Landfield; Dr. Harold Rand, chairman of the Entertainment Committee, and Mrs. Rand; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould; Mrs. Clara Spitz; and Mr. and Mrs. I Sam Resnick. Newly elected officers of Westview, in addition to Mr. Landfield, are Sidney Meyer and Hal S. Pelton, vice-presidents; Arthur L'ngar, chairman of th Board; Joseph Weintraub, vice chairman of the Board. Herrr.an Wall, secretary; Bernard F. Wagner, ass.stant secretaiy; Magr.us Altmayer, treasurer; and Morris Rosenberg, assistant treasure.



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• PAGE 8 A *Jmisti Hcridi^r 2E^ECEMBER Betty Ami Cypen's Betrothal To Be Told At Cocktail Party Here On Sunday Announcement of the en Betty Ami Cypen, 1352 i:;th Terrace, Miami Beach, to ; thstein,, 114 2nd ce, Di Lid.i Island, will be • i ade Sun I ly al ., cocktail party ed for Hill Jordan' Oi VI Cypi n attended the Univ. isity ol Arizona tor two and ,neIJ • < In February, she will receive her degree %  ajor in Elt mentary Edun from the University ol Mia member of Lambda Phi Servici S thi Psychology Club and the University Chorus. She is .ilso .i member <>f Hillel, Mii ni Beach Masada and the V, ling Adult Group of the Miami : Jewish Center. Mr. Rothstein received his Bacheloi of Arts degree from the University of Miami. He was also a Graduate Fellow in EconKeseanh at the University and .eceived his Master of Arts legree in Economics there. He >,..then appointed to the Faculty of the L'niversity, where h< did tsearch foi a year with the ,u of Business and EconResearch. Mr. Rothstein has recently returned from Europe where he ied on further graduate study berg, of • the London School ,,f Econand Mi's omics. While attending the Uniy ol Miami, he was elected %  • e Order of the ArtUS, National Economic Honorary Society. '....vice president of Alpha Epsnon Pi Social Fraternity. Miss Betty Ann Cypen Personally Speaking Returned from visiting friends in Now Orleans. Louisiana, and Dallas. Texas, are Miss Edna Fin(>2l Jefferson Avenue, jack Levine, of 1335 Drexel Avenue. Miss Finberg is president of the Louis D. Brandels Auxiliary. Free Sons of Israel. Mrs. Levine is chaplain and past president. ThanksiiivniK Day visitor with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon. 1325 Sorolla Avenue, C'oral Gables, was Dr. Jesse Louis Simon Dr. Simon is a Lieutenant in the Air Force and is Base Optometrist at Sumter, South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin. of MmL|\Ved vVar Veteran The engagement o f their celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at home with a family Thanksgiving Dinner. Married in Cleveland, Ohio, on Thanksgiving D I %  24. 11127, the couple havi lived hen 1 for the past eight years. Their son. Asan, a Of the United StateAir Fi is stationed in California. Daughter Bonnie Lou attends the University of Miami. Men's Fashion Guild Distributes Eight | DM Scholarships irdi of eight scholarships students in Retail Marketing at the Univeraity of Miami were • H Men's Fashion Guild ol Miami Beach at a special dinlast week in the Saxony Hotel. :thi third year the Guild made tuition awards to UM students majoring in Marketing. Gillette, chairman of the Guild who announced the scholarships, presided at the dinner. Guest speaker was McGregor 1 Smith, president of the Florida Power & Light Company, who is a member of the University's Board of Trustees. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, UM vice president and Dean of the Faculty, accepted the scholarship checks which this year amounted to SI.350 to be applied toward the winners' tuitions next semester. Selected by a Scholarship Committee of the Guild and Dr. Victor Bennett, chairman of the Marketing Department at the UM School of Business Administration, the winning students are Charles N. Bestoso. Hialeah; James H. Brandon, Miami; Edwin F.Coady, Westhampton Beach. New York; Clovis Nogueira Da Silva. Vitoria-Espirito Santo. Brazil; Paul L. Jansen, Weslaco, Texas; Norman R. Jones, Scran\ ton. Pennsylvania; Martin Rosen. Hollywood, Florida; and Ronald A. Wedel. Chicago. Illinois. All are juniors and seniors. Nogueira is the first student from a foreign country to receive one of these Marketing scholarships. A graduate of law in Brazil, he came to the University to specialize in business training. Members of the scholarship Hii'h-ii-i Fiwfrill W'il committee are Charles Furman, Al Leslie. Arthur Schlesinger and Gillette. Form Liberal Arts Group At (enter To provid nnu ; for I'.'-n and w • Id, thi I •,..-.Gi n i 'entlj I •. ,wn Branch ol i .. Gn i tei Mi in •'• ih OomCenl | • nt'< :; ~ ;,..;[ p, if the season y< sn th C nter's I >unge, it announced by Li < is Sternshi in, • : •' Aliul: Pr i',.m nittee. introduced NichGiymes, wh i with his own ^iiiia: accompaniment, offsared a musical presentation and discussion on The Folk SingerArt. Future -programs planned"' for alternate Thursday nights, will I fte BUCh subjects us The Future I Of The American Theatre, Un' dcrstandmg Painting, and The Film As An Art Form. Members of the Planning Committee for the Liberal Arts Group are Mrs. Ada Sheiner. Mrs. Ada Glasser, Bernard Segal, Mrs. Rae Malkin, Mrs. Blanche Nevel. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Tropp and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sternshein. Isidore Bloomes Will Live Here. London Announcement of the wedding o| Mr. and Mrs Isidor Blumej this daughter. Barbara, to Blair Zimmett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmett. 211=! SW 14th Terrace, was announced early this week i by Mr. and Mrs. Sol Epstein, 429 SW 19th Rrtad. The bride-elect is a senior at the University of Miami, where be! >ngs t i Kappa Pi Honorary Art Society and is treasure] ol Hillel Foundation*. Mr. Zimmett is a veteran of World War II. as well as of the K .roan campaign. He graduated from Brooklyn College. New York, and i v now attending th. University ol Miami Law School. Temple Israel Men Will View Film On Religion On Wednesday evening. .December 10th. the Men's Club of Temple Israel will meet at 8 p.m.. for a film-forum discussi n Entitled One God. the film will I scribe the religious practices if I>: iteStantS, Catholics and Jews Miss Esther Kastia Kassin. Ncddnwrl Wud February 8lj Miss Esthei Kassin her engagement ring fro Nedelman at a Thanki Dinner given in the c< or. Mr. and Mrs, Philip ScialJ 813 Catalina Place, Coral ( brother-in-law ..nd sister < bridegroom-elect, were ho the dinner foi family and tna Miss Kassin, daughter i Fannie Kassin, Wichita, I graduated from Miami High School :,nd is a for the Dade County Boarjj Public Instruction. Her fiance, son of Bet! elman, Cincinnati. Ohio. <> ed the University of Cm and now attends night at the University of Miami, is employed by Apte Bro The couple will marry c ruary 3th. Raymond RElman Raymond Elman Is Confirmed At Gables Raymond Robert Elman, son of ind Mrs. Leon David Elman, ~,\i Minorca Avenue, Coral Ga. will become Bar Mit/vah i Saturday morning, December at the Coral Gables Jewish enter, Rabl i Morris A. Skop Will officiate. Bar Mitzvah wai b rn in Miami and will celebrate his 13th %  lay on the eve ol his Bar %  .ah as hosl at the .; following services in the ole. He is a student at Ponce De| on Junior High School and a nber ol Troop No. 64 of the Scouts. Mr. and Mn last Friday was made earl) The ceremony was performed Joseph Picnic At Greynolds A picr.ic will be held on SunNarot. spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Only immediate members ol both families were present. Mrs. Blume is the former Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, of 4591 North Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach., On the committee are Mr. Blume is from Fngland. Miss Erica Blume, dapghtei of the bridegroom, visiting New York, came to Miami for the wedding, The newlyweds will divide their time between Miami Beach and England. Laurel Court Meeting Laurel Court No. 11. Order of the Amaranth, will meet on Monday evening, December 8th. 8 p.m at 215 NW 4th Street. Miami. DER YIDDISr FORUM SAT., DEC. 6, 8:30 P*| at Kneseth Israel 14th & Euclid. Miami I FIRST MEETING Of THE SEASON DR GI.K'K PRESIMJ SPEAKER I. US.4VK SUBJECT LEGEMffJ JEWISH Uftf Artistic Program by MASYA G1TZ1S BERYL MORRIS0-V day. Decan b< r 7th, at GreynohiPark, according to Dorothy Fishman, social chairman Of the Miami Unit of junior Hadassa Wilma Shulir.an, Ruthe' Dixon, Estelle Fli ishman and Flame Cohen. Goodwill Group Meeting A Board meeting of the Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will be held at 1 p.m., on Thursday, December llth. in the home of Mrs David Brand, 1368 SW 22nd Terrace. How...H0ME-BAKE LUSCIOUS FRIOT CMt IN LESS THAN 4 MINUTiS 1 fROM PACKAGE TO PAN! So rich and fragrant! Kosher, too! It bears the CAS SI RE M REMEMBER — VO nnM ^ MENDELSOHNS )yj RESTAURANT & CATERERS Corner 41st St. & Royal Palm Avenue. 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[y. DECEMBER 5. 1952 PAGE 9 A 1 ^ i M i,r..nii ll M ii4N.ttt f ,^rih,i, w ^ Nf-wwWn KNOCK ON ANY DOOR V ^C awd #af a aay be aJocaa* of, one/ rospecfu 1*1 obtained (ion: American Financial and Development Corp. for Israel STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS STATE o.lSRAEL "".MM** mMnMMaa BOND ISSUE JJJ* [WM is intended 10 promote the eco1ST* d 5\ cl P"n>l of the Suit of Israel. i P $ %  < kmi ^ ov mn >enf economic developlUlSfS5 """ >l n • "o** 1 enpenditure I r 'Woooooo. of which I500.ooo.noo I %  be.prov.ded by Israel and other countrie*, and the balance is to be obtained in the United Slates. The J500.000.000 Slate of Israel Bond Issue is the largest single scarce of funds lor this program. The rapid, large scale immigration required an import surplus to meet the investment needs of the economy For 1949 receipts on current account (einessed in luael pounds. IL. then lied at f 2.10 to the 'pound) were IL 30.600.000 and payments, IL 94,100,000 For 1950 the respective rig tires were IL 2l.s00.000 and 114,900.000, and. for 19)1, IL 24.600.000 and 156.800,000. Economic steps designed to combat inflation and encourage productivity ol labor included the establishment in February. 1952 of additional rates ol eachange of 11 40 and $1 00 to the pound to attract foreign investment and to promote eaport. restriction of bank credit and other m-ff^, .. At of December 51. 1951. funded debt was IL 195 9 (exclusive of Treasury Bills, omitted because of their relaiion to the private Special Defense Budget). Israel has never at any tune defaulied on the principal or interest on any debt. ..... Government budget* (exclusive or Use Special Defense Budget and receipts Irom 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. Ph. 58-5561 MO 1 CONGRESS BLDG.. MIAMI. Ph. 9-2451 If you wish to enroll it 1 volunteer for B16 DAY fill out and mail this coupon tidl related internal loans) have been as follows, • in millions of IL' £/>/i'. £,,.;:• imtfi I 28 9 27.5 | 92.9 95.8 j I 141.0 129. Mil I)).) Ma>l5.48-Mar)l.4 Apr. 1,49 Mar 51/50 Apr l,'50-Mr )l,')l Apr 1,51 -Dec.)!.')! American Financial and Development j Corporation for Israel. 120 Broadway. New | York. New York, is the underwriter for the | issue. Commissions or discount! are 69. The j Stale also bears certain other efpenses in j connection wiih the notation. 1 w. fa-pea .1 aWa eye ..r.W .1 •' •f /al/ewl: (a) Urereii (earing aWi D aa .asiaaraW oi | Fifteen Year JVi% 0.11a' Ce.ee. (eada. | l.lara.t payable Mar > •erf-**'1 | DeeeaMeaslieai: MOO • $1,000 • MJOO | M.000 • $10*0 • $100,000 O) Capital Appreciatfe. leadi DaaaaaWeJ | .• Twelve Yaa. Dallar Sa.i-.ei (enda. | Maturity Volaa: IJOflb el in*. ."anl j Daaaasiaatiaaa. ISO • $100 • MJO • UM ; $1,000 • $2*0 • $5,000 • $10,000 | AMERICAN FINANCIAL & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOR ISRAFl 1622 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Y.I, I'll be happy to join with olh.r m.mbers of our community to ba o volunteer on BIG DAY, Sunday, December 14th-to build Israel with Bond*. Pleosa tr.d me a prospectus and further infornvaiion. ADDRESS. etry. pr^^oet-, mm*m* •• •' • %  ***• %  •• • %  m mwriH "T h •Bering it mode anly by In. ff|||IIO)l. jm ,,, STATE



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PAGE 10 A 9-JewlsiJMd^H FRIDAY, DF Communists Hang Eleven Czech Party Members; Eight Jews Die On Gallows Continued from Page 1 A I %  in foi mer • i ploj the Israel legation in Prague, The indictment quotes "testimony" by Orenstein on a "coni nei ting," in 1947, at; n led J I'M sidl nt Harry Truman. Secretary <>f State Dean Acheson, Henry M irgenthau, former Secretary of the Treasury. Ben-Gurion and Sharett, at which agreement was reached on a new "Morgenthau Plan." Under this plan, according to the indictment, the terms of American aid to Israel were fixed. One of the conditions was that the Zionist organization should be exploited "for espionage activities and revolutionary acts in popular democracies to help the American imperialistic aim—world domination." American Imperialism In accordance with this plan, the indictment asserts, Avriel played the chief role in Prague. On his arrival in Prague, it asserts, he made contact with two of the defendants, Slansky. Communist Party chief, and Bendrich Gcminder. Slansky's deputy, "and tried to cooperate with them to execute this criminal and mad plan—that of Truman and BenGurion, who is the servant of American impcnalis.i The Oren "confession" is cited to prove links between Slansky and Yugoslav Titoists. It states that Oren made contact with Slansky tor the Titoists through Avne!, (inn. who ;described m the indictment as "a distingu shed Zionist swindler," tlso inn fessi I" t i at tivitii can ied out jointly with two other defen-1 dants. Rudolph Margol us, former I in the I eigi I le Ministry, and Dr. Evzen Loe I, former Dtputv Foreign Trade Minister, to hi lp Israel and damage the Czechoslovak economy, It i* expected here that Oren will appear in ("Hit as a witness Cabinet Discusses Slurs The Israel Cabin I discussed the implications of the Prague* trial of 14 ex-Communist and .slovak Government leaders in whuh the prosecution has i t(.> defendants with the Zionisl movement in a series ol %  iai. treasi n" and "espionage" in behalf ol the "American imp< rialisn Asked whethf r Dr. I Kuh iwl Israeli Minister to Prague, would te recalled as a result of the slurs at the trial against Premier David Ben-Gurion, Foreign Minister Moshe Shaie t an.i formei lei Minister to Prague Ehud Avriel, a government spokesman in J> rusalt m stati •! thai thi re no intention of re ailing l)r Kubowi. However, the spokesman added, after the trial, the Minister would probably be asked t i return to Israel to report to • • Cabinet on the trial Meanwhile. Foreign Officials m Jerusalem ridiculed the "confessions" of several of the defcndand S i n ;t m t with Pr< Truman, Seen tary of £1 ion ••(! fi i i er Set retary of the Tri saury Henry Moi genthau, Jr., in Wasl ington in 1947 Th s" officials pointed out: 1. th it in 1947. General Geoi | C Marshall and rot Mr. Ai %  as Se< reti ry of State: :' that Ben-Gurion did not visit the Uni.ed States in 1947; 3. that Mr. Ben-Gurion first met the President in 1951; 4. that Mr. Sharett sever met the President until 1952. The government radio. Kol Israel, declared in a broadcast that t as necessary to go hack to Hebrew School Meeting A Board meeting of The Miami ll, I rew s, i Congregation will be held on Tuesday evening. December 9th. it has been announced by H. M. Drewich, president. Howard Kane Will Head 1953 Comb Jewish Appeal Campaign In Miaitf •II I Music Program •Veil Perpetuate Gesger's Name The Miami Beach Music and Arts League will present a musical program horn ring its late president, William A. Geiger, in the Roney Plaza Hotel on Thurslaq, December 11th. 9 p.m. Participating will be Dr. ArI turo di Filippi who will present artists of the Miami Opera Guild; Dr. James Shelby Thomas, lecturer; Leon Kaplan, violin virhe books of Hitler and Alfred j tuoso „f t he University of Miami Rosenberg, Nazi "theoretician,"I symphony Orchestra; and Roband to "evidence" concocted by ( r { strassberg, composer-pianist, the Czarist Russian authorities to! iind precedent for the conspira-1 cies, machinations and crimes pinned on the Jews and on Zionist leaders and representatives of the Israel Government. In a statement to the press, AvIKI said that it "was below my Speakers will include Dr. Bertha Foster, president of the Musicians Club of America and Honorary Patron of the League; Mrs. H. A. Gilchrist, president of the Miami Music Club; and Judge Kenneth Oka and Leo Robinson, patrons of the Music and Arts dignity to con.e in contact with; League. secret agents." He added that he Harold Shapiro, local attorney had never met with Oren while anc j ra di 0 commentator, will prethe two were in Prague because J Oren. on Mapam Party business, avoided the Israel legation. He said that in his capacity as an Israel Government representative.' | he was in contact with some of the defendants who at that time I represented the Czechoslovak Government but who now "proclaim themselves outcasts, traitorand ci iminals Ware Of Suicides There was anxiety in Israel this week over reports of a wave of suicides among Jews in Communist-ruled Czechoslovakia. Among those who are reported to have taken their own lives are Erich Cohn. secretary of the Prague Jewish community, and his wife, as well as Rudolf Bisformer Czech Ambassador to Britain, and Dr. Tibor Kovacs, Communist leader in Bratislava who once headed a nationalized industrv. side. Ruth Brotman, founder and executive vice president of the Music and Arts League, who is arranging the program, announced this week that directors of the League are planning to perpetuate the name of Mr. Geiger in the form of a scholarship. Active in the League are local artists, including Anyuta Melicov, Edward Mandell. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Bromberg, Audrey Ednck. Charles Lee and Elizabeth Fishbem. Con.inued from Page I A Board members in accepting the position of leadership. "Eight eggs a month, if available, and ight i unci s of meat a month, if avail. .hie. with adults seldom get! ting sufficient food because much of it is reserved for the children. was Kane's description of austerity in present day Israel. "Our latest reports indicate that 17.000 families there arc living in wooden huts, 20,000 in canvas tents and 8.000 in ordinary tents," Kane stated. The United Jewish Appeal, which receives more than 50 percent of funds raised by the Jewish community in Greater Miami, finances large-scale immigration, relief, resettlement and rehabilitation programs that are carried on in Israel, Europe, Moslem lands and the United States by three constituent agencies — The United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee and the United Service for New Americans. "In our community-wide drive for world-wide Jewish needs, we are seeking life-giving dollars. not investment dollars," Kane declared. "These funds will supply sorely needed food, medicine and shelter for the new state's 250.000 newcomers." Local agencies, too, benefit from the funds raised in the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal, the Campaign chairman emphasized. Chief benefactors are Mount Sinai Hospital at Miami Beach. Jewish Home for the Aged. Jewish Social Service Bureau's New American Program, the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center which provides leisure time programs for youth, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Vocational Harry's Kosher Meats To I Service and the Welfare Pror T i_ .i r J gram of the National Council of Sponsor Kashruth Foods Harry's Kosher Meats, 207 Ainu ria, Coral Gables, will sponsor a sei les of articles beginning with next week's issue of the Jewish Floridian, dealing with the origin and usage through the past centuiies to the present time of gam/ it Conui Hi .unitJZ**1 K family ha : ghiilanth. ., : ;vi( e Prov.dei.. ,.,. ~ -, brother, S ; JJ* chairman I %  • Initial pJ er I|W '" %  int* campaign in L /wT ard Kane ^ • Weatview untry ci ub J 1 Mlami I; umber merce. Last year, he was co-chi of the Hotel Unit of CJA, the major fund-raising m^ the 1952 Campaign, andijl rectly responsible for its a ment, Weinklt said in ma) announcement. In the 1952 Campaign i will head a force of rjf J.400 volunteers who 9 up the various solicitation Major units include Initial) Pacesetters. Winter Hotels, Women's. Metm and Youth. The goal <.f tie 1953 C will be set early in Ja Kane stated, after all allo for beneficiary • agencies been appn ved by the Committee and Federal Board of Governors. Kashruth. Research on this series Si veral high Jewish officers w;iS conducted by Rabbis Morris crving in the Czech a rmy were] A. Skop and Shrriaryahu T. Swirsky, announced Harry Nierenberg. operator of the market. also said to be among the suiules. A few weeks before, it is stated here. the non-Jewish housekeeper at the Israeli Legation in Prague also killed herself after having been questioned by the Czech police Bistricki was the Czech Ambassadoi to London in 1949. having been appointed to this post by the then Foreign Minister Clementis who was one of the leading defendants at the treason trial. More than a year ago, after Clementis was accused of plotting against the state. Bistiieki was recalled to Pargue, obeyed the order to return home and was put under house arrest, It was expected that he, too, Jewish Women. Kane has been well-known in local, civic and benevolent enterprises here since his discharge from the United States Army with the rank of Major. He was Initial Gifts co-chairman in the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal and is a director with the Dade County Research Foundation. He is an active member of Temple Israel Synagogue and of numerous other civic and fraternal orKatz YiewKWir Affairs In Talk. Cultural Onttr Moishe Katz. Y.ddish ;JOJ ist who recently returned I a trip to Eu ; I ard bsl be guest speake-i at a ir.ed be held in th< Jewish Cd Center on Sunday evenutf p.m. Katz is a men bar of M ing Freihe.t staff in >"ew 1 Subject of his lecture 31 uled as: What'-Going CaI World. ants and alleged confessions of [would soon be tried as an agent Israeli nationals that Ben-Gurion of a "Jewish conspiracy," Demonstrates Hypnosis City Commissioner Leslie Quigg will demonstrate hypnosis at a meeting of Sholein Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday. December 9th. 8 30 p.m., at the Auditorium of the Bureau of Jewish I Education. Spinoza Forum Opvntt 19th Seanon iii>rt> With Kabbi Lehrman iA>eture The Spinoza Forum for Adult, .,, ,„,, canopv on the lawn of the home Education will start its 19th of Dr Abraham Wolfson llth season of lectures and open forstreet and Ocean Court, Miami um discussions, tomorrow afterBeach. ion, 3:30 p.m.. under the large Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will give the opening address on: Jewish Characters In English Literature. Charles H. Lee. noted lecturer on Astronomy, will preside. Chaim Rose, poet and novelist, will re-cite some original poetry. Henceforth, the Spinoza Forum will function under the auspices j of the Spinoza Forum Foundation, according to Dr. Wolfson. its founder. Dr. Wolfson has deeded a part of his property to the Spinoza Forum Foundation which will be used for charitable and educational purposes in perpetuity. This action has already received court approval, and income from the property will go to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as well as to other charitable institutions of educational design. The Spinoza Forum lecture sessions for December, following Saturday's meeting, is as follows: December 13th, Dr. Donald Michelson, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Harriet Sollow*! Harriet Sollo* To Head SenM Judaea Cound] Newly .•.'-' ott fZf Senior Juda. a Council" Miami an Harriet president: Marcia G^ president: P...I *** dent: Roberta Scben* •ponding s( %  koff. recording !" AU* Goldberg reMjJj Announcement w ^ was made this w*J| Sonz. chairman *JJ Miami Zi< Youth vouth *8 sion. education J Hadassah and tj^^J In addition Regional Miami—Eearly Jewish Immigraarea are a ff.ri livWJ CouaU Iso i n the i Hyman Sootin, outqoina president, (second from right) wishes "good luck" to the newly elected president of the Miami Zionist District, Sidney Sachs, and officers. Readina left to right are Irving Saal, vice president; Abraham Kasow, treasurer; Mr. Sachs; Mr. Sootin and Moe Meyer, secretary. Nathan Adelman and Sidney Palmer (not shown) are vice president and financial secretary, respectively. tion To America; December 20th. Siegfried Geismar, retired attorney, lecturer and civic worker. Miami Beach—Past, Present And Future; December 27th, Professor Edward Clarke—a review of The Young Cosima. guts] the include j :„,,, vice pres nal c i Judy Shapiro, Begir „ Zionist cl „ alflB n:i Regional O nw joM l I Myrna Bressart. Projects chsu



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ly, DECEMBER 5. 1952 jriiaiirr WMII'I Yield To Threat VoNN (WNS)—West Germany will stand bv its restitution |n, nt with Israel and will not yield to the threats of an ecojrcott advanced by the Arab League, Chancellor Kunrad |uer asserted here. His Government, said the Chancellor, was to negotiate with the Arab states during the period until the with Israel was ratified by the Bundestag (Parliament) but not willing to make ratification dependent on a favorable tie of the negotiations with the Arab League. Campaign Was Without Ilia* JEW YORK (WNS)—The major candidates for office in the ,i Presidential campaign "scrupulously avoided appealing to [tolerance of the prejudiced," according to a statement issued L ligious and lay leaders of the Catholic. Protestant and |l. faiths, who last July urged rejection of political arguments on religious or racial prejudice. JIIHI For JudaiKiii Hit | n Houston lOUSTON. Texas (WNS)-The American Council for Judalas denounced by the Jewish Community Council of this city Lking irresponsible-statements which "impugn the patriotism In,-turn the validity of the citizenship of large numbers" of fin this city. In a resolution, the Public Relations Committee (Houston Jewish Community Council condemned the American fm Judaism for issuing press statements that are "harm+ k*'i*l>rk -rifiir*n PAGE 11 A Zamora Center To Mark Chanuka The Annual Chanuka Festival, presented by children of th 0 Religious Schools of Zamora Jewish Center, will be held on Saturday. December 13th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center building. The program, under the direction of Ruchelle Ross, principal, will include the Zamora Choir, directed by Yaffa Rosenthal. Musical solos by Sheila Cohen and Philip Isroelit and songs bv Michael Miller and Lynette Cohen are also scheduled for presentation. will The cast Highlight of the evening be a musical play, Judas Strong Armed, by a large of Zamora pupils. the Jewish community at large." in Hits Arab "Jllarkmail" I a I \vs |NITED NATIONS (WNS)—Arab intervention against the anlsrael Reparations Pact is pure "blackmail" and an unBted intrusion into the sovereignty of the signatory governIsraeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban charged here before the %  fineral Assembly in reply to an assertion by Syria's Foreign ici that German reparations to Israel was "contrary to all pf public and private law." Workshop At Habits 4 enter A Chanuka Workshop will be part of the program of the newly-formed Coral Gables Jewish Center PTA on Tuesday, December 9th, at 8 p.m. Participants will be Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Skop. Cantor Irving Robinson will lead the singing. Louis Schwartzmann. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will show audio-visual slides. I pare Stonr Nanird Thief Justice &ILADELPHIA (WNS)—Justice Horace Stern, whose swearas Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania I first Jew ever to hold that high office in this state. y I qualities of two other great judges in the common law. W n l( II Holmes and Benjamin Cardozo," US Supreme Court i J. Roberts declared at the Pennsylvania Bar Associ|! iti n Ceremony of the new chief justice. tihilitics For Israel I'resiuViiey J: %  • -'•.:.KM (JTA)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann's successor in the Israel will not be named until the end i pi od following his death, informed poli |l ati I thai this question would be closely linked to II current Cabinet "crisis." Mentioned most p i are Josef Sprinzak, Speaker of the Knesset and Ii nt, and Dr. Pinchas Rosen, former Minister of Jusgressive Party leader. Newspaper reports also menr Moshe Smoira, Chief Justice of the Israel Supreme C< uit: Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency; and Moshe t, Foreign Minister, as possibilities for the post. i.nliaiis Protest Immigration law \)NTREAL (JTA)—Formal representations on Canada's new ration regulations will be made here to the Minister of Citiand Immigration by a delegation representing the Canaewish Congress and the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society. The ion will make a submission to the Government highly crithe new regulations which, the submission charges, "con' an undue hardship on prospective immigrants and involve lies for prospective Jewish immigrants." [mer .\axis Eligible To Enter Here VSHINGTON (JTA)—More than 4.000 Germans who sought Ration \ hat i .. you, and you are requli s.: \ •• .i ,-i.| \ ..:' our A nsw IT or i ing la the BUI of Complaint o plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Bern h, Ilorlda, and file the 01Is nal Answer "i Pleading In the < ffi f the Clerk ..( %  the Circuit Courl on ": before the 5th day serve a copy of your Answer or rieadlni! '" the Kill of I'omulaint on KOVNER A MANNHEIMKR. 4-ii Lincoln Road, and file Unoriginal Answer or Pleading in the Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit] Courl on or before December 81, I9S2: 1 if you fall to do so. Judgment lij d. fault WIN be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of i-'ompl.iint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd da> of Decfl a. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By It. II. RICE, JK. Deputy Clerk I! :.%  19-26 SOMETHING WONDERFULLY DIFFERENT Sherry's Restaurant Serving 4 to 10 p.m. DINNER 1,35 and up """Phmentary •• of Wine. Relish Cart, Banana Fritters, Corn Sticks, etc. Owned and Operated by Dick Former Manager of Curry !. North Beach H BLOCK FROM THE OCEAN STREET. MIAMI BEACH %  *• S" 9145 I. i %  t' v I i n a s TRAIL CAFETERIA ANDY FRAZIER. Owner 2546 S.W. 8th Street — Phone 83-6255 (AIR CONDITIONED) Food To Please Ail The Family DAILY SPECIAL ENTREE: LUNCH 29c DINNER 49c FREE PARKING NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN the undersigned, desiring > % %  engav business under the fictitious nan-...I ORl'BER'S KOSHER DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT, at 4X1 Collins Avenue, .Miami Beach, intent to %  aid name with the Clerk "i thi Circuit Court of Dade Obuntj'i yU "' UUU HARRY IGRUBER REBECCA ORUBER I2/5-12-1J-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 1IERKMY GIVEN that the underslj-ned. desiring to enga., i lniFlncsa under the fictitious name o N K. TSth ST. StiN'OCO 8BRVI<"K STATION, at 717 N. K. 79th Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY ASTI.ER JACK KINKELSTEIN 12/5-12-18-26



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lliKwilslbJEIIiOinidliiaun IAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1952 SEC. B |J Committee, Anti-Defamation League Plan Joint Action Against Race Prejudice NEW YORK (JTA)—The American Jewish Corv.mittee and the .Defamation League of B'nai B'rith have announced jointly that will soon put into effect "an improved program of U al planning to provide a stronger impact on th*e American ,1 concerning the evils of anti-Semitism and other forms of and religious bigotry and raise $5,000,000 in 1953. Jacob Blaustein. president of the American Jewish Committee, and Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, both emphasized that the work of the joint operating committees will not affect the autonomy or independence of either agency. "If a conflict of ideology or philosophy separates us on any particular issue, we can agree to disagree amicably, without injur] i; i.ination." i, two organizations, the old, nRaged in the work of com; anti-Semitism, said in announcement that they ivod "toward more inteI operations" by establishyjx joint operating committo coordinate their work in cialized areas. These areas are: : cultural education, interrohus activities, community re[:.work with war veterans, rganized labor, civil right pities, including legal action lative analysis and fading which deals with invesf overt anti-Semitism. he two agencies have long i partners in cooperative j-raising through the Joint ense Appeal which seeks to reparation Plans ir Lights Festival ration Institutes for ns mothers for the week vi us to the holiday of Chanhave been announced by jamin Meyers, president of Bureau of Jewish Education. ii first Institute, in cooperawith the Greater Miami ,-ish Community Center, MiBranch, took place last night, hi Alfred Waxman, of the ?! Miami Jewish Center, preted the significance of the id v. Louis Schwartzman, exItive director of the Bureau, I by means of filmstrip, .;:is of the festivals and approach to Chanuka. workshops were held, ing Chanuka songs by Mrs. Donnerstag, musical direcBeth David Congregation, p ime decorations by Mrs. b; Friedmani director of the Inti N'ursery School. Max Gettinger acted as an <>f the evening. A simikshop will be held at the r-Granada Jewish Center December 11th. At the Cural Gables Jewish r.tn on December 9th, the Intute includes Rabbi Morris A. i p. Mrs. Rachel Skop and nt i' Irving Robinson. Decem" 10th, the Preparation Instite ..ill be held at the Beach anch of the Jewish CommunC( nter, with Mrs. Margaret n Vomen leading the music prkshop and Mrs. Zena Pasever recting the workshop on home ns. MANISCHEWITZ chicken soup utf in the long-range policy of cooperation or destroying the spirit of harmony between us," they declared in a joint statement. "Meanwhile, under the arrangement, local Jewish communities throughout the country will have the advantage of more effective service to meet their problems than ever before." The new procedure is the outgrowth of the controversy that has centered around the programs of Jewish organizations in the field of community relations which resulted in the withdrawal of the AJC and the ADL from the National Community Relations Advisory Council. New York City's Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri welcomes Israel's Minister of Police Behor Sitreet (left), who arrived in the United States last week to inaugurate a nation-wide speaking tour in behalf of the 5500,003,000 State of Israel Independence Bond Issue. Mr. Sitreet presents the Mayor with an Israelmade hand-wrought Chanuka menorah, similar to thf ones which will be used in the new state to observe the traditional Feast of Lights during the eight-day period beginning December 12th. The Israel Cabinet Minister will visit many of ihe cities throughout the nation that will participate in blG Day on Sunday. December 14th. AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE '*' •> i>,ih %  Hj| bill net Mrtlei Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffec.ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! •V* 'Ml 1AKIIS Q MANISCHIWITJ Utterly unlike old-style -instants" just as quick but tastes so superior! This iuperb, roaster-fresh coffee is -a"**"""" vou. in^he famous Maxwell House kitchens... then reformed into millions of miracle lavor Buds You just add hot water., -and mstantly the burseing "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee 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 Product of Gtnwral Foodi W£ ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOOD-TO-THE-LAST-DROP FLAVOR! J



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PAGE 2 B +Jeisr FIcrid/itHF tIDAY £ KEMBQ, 5 See or Phono Ma NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEED8 Metropolitan Lit* Ins. Co. 907 Bucayne Bldg. 19 W. Flaglor St. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sr at FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product*" Dacro Protected TEI„ 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at Cnd of Bird Rd. A Snjpp.r Crook Ring and Valve JOO — 56 Sali* MOTALOY DOES IT WHILE YOU DRIVE! STOPS O'L BURNINO" RAISES COMPRESSION" oAVES FUEL!! a< i % %  HWR) wltli npn .... I.I riBCK W i: PAY POSTAGE ••FUMIGATION-.,. NYLON TENTS •41 WSCAYNi tiVO. PR 2-3741 ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by MMVMNS0N FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. MIAMI Phone 0-77N %  Plans to increase the membership of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital at the group's semi-annual meeting and membership tea on December 12th. at the Hotel Algiers, are discussed by the Auxiliary's Membership Committee headed by Mrs. Carl Weinkle (center*. Mrs. Louis Krensky. Auxiliary president (left), and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Mrs. Jack Ablin (not shown) is co-chairman of the committee. Fashion Review Will Be Featured At Mount Sinai Auxiliary Meeting All the exoticism of the fabled, Arabian Thousand and One *•" committee; and Ben Zion Nights will surround the SchehZinsburg, publicity. erazade Fashion Revue at the Some 300 Auxiliary members semi-annual meeting and memta ke an active part in the funcbership tea of the Women's Aux, .. of Mount S.na. Hospital UomnK f lhe hosp,tal 1,v awtet on Friday afternoon, Decembei '" lne regular staff in mam12th, .it 1 p m., at the H tel Altaining standards for both patient IT THE lAKtIS Of "0EN CtlSf (U N S A IT 1 0 1 %  n M jj Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Flo. p nont 3^ Miami B and visitor. Their activities inSonntag "flB) RestawJ 1417 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 5-3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 Catering for All Orvasion* Under SuperrUion of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutk and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth Tn lude duties as clinical and cler1 iental gplend ir n special pi.it: irms to %  erected ind the Algiers ecretaries, nurse aides, ward patient and medical librarlesk and medClothes 1 record assistants and hobby the work ps ol American therapy instructors. and ( n< rs and will : by G i • • %  Lincoln R Suits t>j A !• %  '.!. of California, and Carmel and cocktail dresses by Ben Reig and Philip Hulitar will be modeled along with holiday clothes by Ceil Chapman and cruise outfits by Hannah Ti iy, Brannel and Harvey Berin. Featured also will be variations of new beachwear, as well as. hand knitted clothes imported! from France and Italy. Miss Phyllis (:n: will be fashion coordinator and commentator of the revue. The meeting will be open to present and prospective members of Mount Sinai's Women's Auxiliary whose current member role totals over 2,000. Active in plans for the function are the Mesdames Louis J. Krensky, Auxiliary president; Monte Selig, h 1 %  presidi nt; Carl Weinkle and Jack A. Ablin. membership co-ch Dorothy Krieger Fink. Two projects maintained by the W en's Auxiliary most familiar to visitors are the Gift Shop and the Snack Bar on the hospital's mezzanine. Proceeds from these projects are used to finance Mount Sinai's School of Practical Nursing and to make scholarships available for deserving students. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Flamingo Court Will IHslrihutv Mots For \vvdg Flamingo Court No. 12, Order i of the Amaranth, will hold a gala Games Party on Sunday. Decem-! ber 7th, 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge.' Miami Beach. Pi iceeds will go toward the) distribution of Chanuka baskets' for the needy. On Monday. December 8th. 8 p.m.. the court will hold its regular meeting at 429 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach Nomination and Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since1S2S Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 election of officers will take gram place, with Mrs Saul Meringoff. L m Ell. in charge ol Royal Matron, honoring officers arrangements, Aaron Fair, hosof the past year. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St Phone 87-8201 Temple IsraelIs blood bank account at Mount Sinai HosoUal was increased by 26 pints as a result of a recent vts Sby the n ft m b i e V mt ,0 ,he Con 9*l


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IAY, DECEMBER 5, _1952_ yJewisti fhrkMam PAGE 3 B lh Sholom To Fete ibi Schaalman II, niKin ESchaalman, ol the Chicago Federate Union ofVAmerican Congregations, will be .1 speaker at the Loyalty remple Beth Sholom I) cember 7th, 7 p.m., ;oda Room of the Sax;. according to an annent by Leon J. Ell, presiLoyalty Dinner will i,;i the Tenth Anniversary [h ation of Temple Beth explained Ell in his anment. I'M the Fall of 1942, [i ; Beth Sholom held its first II ly Day Services to usher |li. ,1. wish New Year 5703, in pall store building. .• founders of Beth Sholom concerned not only with wn spiritual welfare but i tried to the social and rcpuneeds of thousands of men and women in the led Forces who were stationed when Miami Beach was a training center," EH added. ;.rn in the midst of war, the igregation hopefully chose the i Beth Sholom — House of By the Fall, of 1945, just V.I Day. the Congregation acquired the old Chase AvHotel at 4144 Chase Avenue, %  i i in and Louise Frishnet South Florida's Most Popular and Complete DIAPER SB #i WINZ Proudly Presents The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing E YIDDISH" CLASSICAL lOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday 12 noon to 1:30 pjn. Tueiday — 7 lo • pjn. Listen to our new Sunday Feature MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR" |iu. Feature. By Public Demand "NEWS FROM ISRAELHAROLD SHAPIRO Gue*t Commentator HAROLD KANE Muiical AdTiser includes.. •k A Constant, Uniform Supply Of Surgically Sterile, Soft, White Diaper* 9 EVEREADY Nursing Bottles if Deodoriwng Metal Storage Hamper • Free Subscription to "BABY TALK" Magazine -, • 1 E*< • .eO lusW* ScO' ,\ s • -4 X ~ Phone Today! In Miami PHONE 82-3451 In Hollywood and Homestead In Ft. Lauderdale PHONE Miami Collect PHONE 2-2591 13133] 4*rNortlmet Mfc Stre* Maw. Her*. • Subsidiary .1 Mumi Uundry Member HMio—l tartrtata el Diaper Serwctt



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PAGE 4 B fJmtiAfkridliar FRIDAY, Hold Joint Affair Celebrating 109th B'-iai BVith Year A joint celebration of the tOQtl anniversary of the Greater Or• f B'nai B"nth will be held • 11 Wednesday evening, D< bei 17th. p.m.. at the Hibiscus Ige Auditorium. Sponsors of the affair an Miami Beach Lodge and the Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, according to an announcement this week by ('• J. Talianoff and Mrs. Ben Le, presidents f the i espective groups. ( 'hai : i n will be Mrs. Ida Optner and Irvine Schatzman, with Paul Seiderman in charge I nti tainment. Highlight of the evening will n auction of merchandise unhe ieadi rship of Saul Genet Mrs. San-. Pollack. DECEMi^ Hold Poui %  '<• Flor, da ^ the fourth Night %  S "" : 'I'-scussed Honda 1 Included M ry H el m *' %  uth .i ol i y ttt: er, whi I Si n tl Th <-' Fda Ruby L %  bulo Mrs. I. ., nous Flu, SWEETEN fOUDAT yow TABLE WIT* Weizmann Dinner At (irossinger's GROSSIXGER. NYA honoring th< i I I' Wi zmann, • t Pr< sident of Isw II • held at •• %  Grossinger Country Club on Sunday, >< i ember 7th. Di Weizi six reeks at the resort in 1942. 1 I t iff) : | • • h are txpect • rea (10.000. will go : %  A ird sup] lying a Ubi ai > col• • • thi Weil Institul : Scieno n [si ai Tl • ti n will be made in honoi ol the : Selig and Malkt I ; parents o| Mrs Jen • Gi ssingei I'M-.ISSO. % t r ic.iii Art At Lowe 1 i I. M %  i iallei %  • at thi Uni : Mian announces a Mi bei Pi • view "f ; ,n imporpe< tiv< exhibition inlu : the works of Pablo PiKtt an sculpture on D< • th. 8 p.m. live exhibitioi ..... phj %  : aq %  tints irork 1 • tching made in 1904 %  ; %  %  three colors plet 2 0tl ol May Pictured above are members of the Arrangements Committee of the Dr. Chaim Weizmann Memorial to b*> held Wednesday evenina, December 10th. 8:30 p.m.. in Flamingo Park, Mii ami Beach, under the auspices of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Left to right are Mrs. Isadore Yulish. Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Seymour Liebman, Manuel Burstein. Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Fred Jonas, Miss Lillian Goodman and Sydney Sachs. Miami Sistvrtt To lluisf Fund* For IIfhit>n School The Sis'':''i of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold itAnnual Latka Party on Sunday evening. 7 p.in ,,t the [101 SW 12th Avenue. Assisting Mrs Irwin Sirkin. will be the Mesdames Ben Sokoloff. Beckie Becker. Qabe Perlman. Mollie Harrison and Peter Duchon. Proceeds are earmarked for the Talmud T Robert Allen Views Personality The Human Relations Studv and Discussion Group of the Miami Beach Division, National Council of Jewish Women, will meet on Wednesday. December 10th, 1 p m at the home of Mrs. %  Williamson. 5470 LaGorce I): ive r will be Dr. R ibetl M. Allen. Pr if •; Psychology at the University of Miami. He iripture, winch will discuss: A Message Of Per' n the main galsonality Appraisal. • %  •. onsists of one of the most rUnt grouping* if A: %  : cure ever asw n I led in the itheastern stateBoth exhibits will open to the pur lie on Tuesday, December 9th. and will remain in the gallery unt.i December 29th. Nominate Oiiicers The Golden Age Friendship Club will hold its first nomination of officers for the New Year on Sunday, December 6th. at the Greater Miami Jewish Communt\ Center. 450 SW 16th Avenue. B'nai B'rith Women Fete District Heads B'nai B'rith Women here will be visited by the president and first vice president of District No 5, the Mesdames I. Harold Hammerman and Maurice Goldberg, on Wednesday. December 10th. at the Sorrento Hotel, according to Mrs. Tina Katz. president of the Metropolitan Council of South Florida. The Wednesday meeting will I be devoted to an all-day seminar from 10:30 a.m.. until 3 p.m.. with Mrs. Hammerman as principal \ speaker. Mrs. Bernard Hoffman. Council vice president, is in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. HarryKaufman. District Hillel chairj man. taking reservations. An evening session, at 8 p.m.. is also being planned for the Sorrento, Mrs Katz said. Playing host to the District officers arc presidents of the following Chapters: Mesdames Ben i Lrbow, Miami Beach; Sidney | Pozen. Coral Gables: George Gevenson. North Shore; Edyth Fleischer. Emma Lazarus: Max Bohrer. Hollywood The Mesdames Burton Yagoda. Eleanor Roosevelt. Irving Laibson. Tropical; Theodore Robinson. Fkimingo; and Harvey Herman, Miami. DROMEOi:CAKE MIXES %  CHOCOLATE NUT: DATE NUT ROLL • ORANGE NUT:; I (Complete and 5bependalfe oTi//e S&m M IAMI TITU Qtetract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Til la Insurance Co. 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, D AY, DECEMBER 5, 1952 hairmen Of Beth Sholom Annual zaar Listed; Opens December 16th \rtv Annli'hinim. rhair•Kkwisti fkrrtu,, PAGE 5 B Max Appli'baum, chairIn of the Annual Bazaar and hldren's Carnival of the Sis1 of Temple Beth Sholom, .uinnunccd the following I chairmen and ca-chairLadies dresses — Mesdames Wolf, Jack Rosenthal and Lewis; blouses — Mesdames eph Fenias and Milton Kraus; %  :( — Mrs. Rose K. Farr; fens wear — Mesdames Lewis :, ,ind Sol Goldstein: cakes candy — Mrs. Ben Seidler: ,,. ries — Mesdames Benjamin bin and Leo Danerhirsch. Produce — Mrs. Lillian Edell; fative arts — Mesdames Ruth Inn Koss. Bert Klee. Nan Bernl; .Inseph Shawmut and Call!, Baum; toys — Mrs. I. Abe 1 :.; fruit baskets and wheel [ nee — Mesdames Alex A. r Goldbert Goldman and lr Friedman; snack bar — Udames Samuel Kelemer and i sihlossberg; jewelry, cosItics and notions — Mrs. Jules arming; children's wear—Mrs. kreri D. Rajna. i Msehold goods, linen and rdware — Mrs. Irving Biaswhite elephants — Mesdames Morris Kreizcl and Mitzi Greenhouse; auctions — Mrs. Saul Herman; dinner — Mesdames Chester Krone and Irving Marcus; children's carnival Mrs. Eli Meltzer. Bazaar treasurers arc Mm. Norman Babel and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg. In charge of dinner tickets are Mrs. Camille Baum and Mrs. Mas Dreyer. Mrs. Applebaum also announced that Lester Hart, well-known auctioneer, has consented to run the auctions both nights of the Bazaar on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 16th and 17th. All proceeds will go towards the support of Beth Sholom Religious School which i s the Sis; terhood's chief project, said Mrs. ^aron Farr, Sisterhood president. NCCJ Forms Hew Board Of Directors The Florida Regional Office of The National Conference of Christians and Jews, formerly designated as The Miami Round Table, lias been re-named the Florida Chapter of the National Conference of Christians and .leu -. Ihc change was announced this week by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, George Chcrtkof anJRoseoe Brunstetter. co-chairmen %  %  : the Florida Chapter. The Floiida Chapter also si lected prominent community leaders now s< rving on the six program committees to (en a newly organized Board of Directors. Men bors el th" Board are: •S. D. Weissbuch, chairman, %  Schwartzman :hwartzman Is lome On Leave L.c uti nant (jg) Theodore D. hwartz.r.an, USNR, son of Mr. (1 Mis. Henry N. Schwartzman, louglas Road, Coral Gais now spending his annual leave at home. L i ru t enant Schwa r t z m a n was recalled to active duty with the Navy in April, 1951, and has since been -ttached to the USS Meredith ,'DIi-890). one of the n e w and larger d e s troyers opera ting le Atlantic and MedterFleets. Meredith was the Flaglip of Destroyer Squadron No. during the rec•cn^ Mainbrace p the Sisterhood of Agudath Isael Hebrew Institute will take %  >i..iv on Saturday evening, 7:30 P:n., at the Broadmooor Hotel, ft i Beach. Mi Esther Gulko. president of It Sisterhood, and Mrs. Molly I chairman of the alfair, reJ>< rt active advance sales of tickets Engineers Conduct Forum In Tampa The American Society of Civil Engineers will conduct a design forum on prestresscd concrete using the new Tampa Bay Bridge as an example. The forum is scheduled for Tampa today and tomorrow. Among local engineers attending will be Jules P. Channing and Edmund Friedman, national vice president. Brcmdeis AJC Meets Brandeis Chapter, American Jewish Congress, met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Sid Finger. 1321 15th Street, Miami Beach. THE BEST IN KOSHER POODS i w mi 1141 Washington Ave. Air-Conditioned PEOPLE ARE STILL TALKING ABOUT the Delightful Atmosphere and the Delicious Food in Our Newly Enlarged and Redecorated Dining Room. • He: Meats • Cold Cuts • Salads • Unexcelled Jewish Specialties Sold for Home Consumption i Phone 5-2655 Hours: 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORIS H *t you. roof rplrd nowi yw *n uvi en • new reef later "••tlefectory Work by Experienced Men" 414 a. W. and Avenue ••HONK 4-MeO MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED QUIZ KID FEATURE by the HEBREW ACADEMY at 10:45 11 a.m. w Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director Mrs. Evelyn Dean, secretary. Reverend Lewis N. Head, Rabbi Mi I Shapiro. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Vladimir Virrick, George Brau. Miss Alice MacVicar, Di Miller A. F. Rixhie, J. Henry C Miss Betty Borin. Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman. Olih C. Webb, Scott Bishop, Frank Goidon, William Reed, George V. Crawford, Burton P. j Nuckols, Dennis V. Renuart, Dr. I H. Fi;nklin Williams. Roscoe Brunstetter, George Chcrtkof. li a F. Slater, James Legate, G. T. Baker. Sam Blank, Cecil Holland and James Keller, The Board <>f Directors also created and adopted By-Laws which 1 will govern the operation of theFlorida Chaptu'. The Board of Director, has been organized to give administrative assistance to the co-chairmen and the regional director, Dr. Jacob H. Cunningharr, in the expanding program services provided by the Florida Chapter. s trathHaven HOTEL Nathan Gmsburg Featuring Outstanding Kosher CATERING Using Hotel Facilities, Home or Synagogue Anywhere in Greater Miami Ph. 5-4691 STRATH HAVEN, Harry Schuldiner. treasurer: Arthur Zinner, recording secretary: and Claire Lauf. hospitaller. Expected to attend are representatives from the two Yiddishspeaking branches here, their women's clubs and the Southern District. Guest speaker will be Gilbert I i Balkin.. director of the Florida i Regional Office. Anti-Defama\ tion League. B'nai B'rith. Balkin j will discuss: The Problem Of, Neighborly Relationships In The South. Rabbi Abraham N-j Cassel As The GUIDE TO THE Cassel PERPLEXED A Program for the Entire Community VVAVV.VVVAM.VW.VAV WOLPERT FEATURES "Xtitionulhf Advertised Miranda" • KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning J^WOLPERT'S Help You Make Your House a Home WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. IIOO C ORAL WAY AT "FIVE POINTS"



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PAGE 6 B I cnist ncrkHan FRIDAY B'nai ll'rith Youth Group* Will .>lo*l llrIn l)MMiiiCMr roil volition Some 250 B'naj B'rith Youth ~~ from the State of Florida will i planning chairman for the B'nai convene in Greater Miami for B'rlth Girls. Contests will intheir annual Regional gmjjnstadt a discua rion by the boys, tion on Saturduv, December 2rk City, fa-f h "ii : i purchase a copy may do so by wr ling Mas ShoshaiM Spector • ~.,. dian. an '(i a check or money order for $1.50. Here is a napkin and a Hin-neh map-pit ve-hin-neh menu tafrit What do you wish to have Mah ro-?eh 'ado-ni n'-shofirst? nah? Please give me some orange Be-vak-ka-shah la-tet li mi? juice ta-pu-zim And for the lady? %  Ve-la-ge-ve-ret? % I want (f) grapefruit juice" ^Ani ro-zah mi? 'esh-ko-lit Right out of th3 Arab.an Nichts is Miami Beach's newest hotel, The Algiers due to have its premiere opening December 10th. Causing wide comment are many unusual and distinctive features incorporated throughout the multi-million dollar structure. The facade is a breathtaking spectacle of contrasting colors, which builds up to a fabulous spectrum in the interior. One of the most unusual innovations is the Bird Cage Card Room that is suspended like a canary's chateau above the marguee which overhanas the spacious driveway. Parking space will be cvailable on the premises. Surrounding the Olympic size swimminq pool will be 25 cabanas. The Algiers will be actively directed by its owners. Louis Kenin, Charles Posner and David Levinson. MADE FftESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Tastier'. Fresher! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. UAHUfACTUtt 0 If Siutny Shook (JManWuf, 9nc Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami, Fla. MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Simone Finner To Appear In TV Series Nineteen-year-old Simone Finner. who has been named locally as the Youngest :n several fields, will add another title to her collection, this time -n television. Although sh< studied to be a concert pianist and was the winner of the Griffith Piano National Auditions and also the Trinity College of Music Award during her grammar school days, Miss Finnei switched to singing in 1948. when she appeared in a series of Sunday afternoon, radio concerts over radio stations in Maine. On the local scene. Miss Finner has appeared on radio and television and this summer Wai In the cast of Annie Oet Your Gun. which starred Martha Rave Graham Miller, local attorney, will produce and announce the Opera Guild show Serving as advisor will be Dr. Artu Filippi. artistic director and general managei f i the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. B'nai B'rith Drive The B'nai B'rith Women of' I'. Gables held another party Agudath Sisterhood Sisterho d thi Agudath a] rael Hebrew i:.::tute inD i its first cell morrows' in their drives for new members j ening .,„, ^ g_ yesterday at the home of Mrs., moor Hotel. In charge of thei Ben Bloom. 40 SW 30th Road, fair are Mrs Esther M. Gal Mrs. E Fishalow was in charge president, an d Mrs. Molly Bj of reservations. vice president and chairman. ADAMS HEALTH CENTER FLORIDA'S NEWEST AND FINEST Best Nursing care. Rag. Nurse 24 Hrs. Good food at low costs our primary thought for our patients. Special Attention to %  thopedics and Paraplegics. Rates start at $30. Special Rate fa orga nizations. Ph. 88-6332 • 195 W. 27th St., Hialeah 128 Beds New All-Foam Mattresses and Pillow Miss Finner Z Florida's First tod Only Z Dog Track Equipped 2 TotaltMtors At E Distributed by || i-Cril l •. headed by Joel Miller, local attorney, i.. preparing a terii activities laid within the frame1 work of the put : : the or{ ganization. Balsam said early this week. Liaison 11 tween the Man's Cluj and the Congregation will b. Jacob Pint, long-time wintei dent hem C irdinating actlvl • w,th th


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|Y, DECEMBER 5. 1952 fcWff, r^ririi^r, >rew Academy Volunteers Spur ipaign For Affair January 4th ..!„f,*.. *V L'.flV, A.. PAGE 7 E lies for the Fifth An— linncr and Journal pushed K $9,000 mark by a sucM-A Day, volunteer rs for the Greater Miami Academy are intensifyeir campaign for the Janth function at the Miami I Auditorium. \bcrs of the Board of Diand other leaders of the TV will meet at the home irles Fruchtman, Dinner an. on Monday, 4 p.m. Jans for the program will lussed at that time. [Fathers' Club met yesterthe Surf Room of the |ciub Hotel. Role of the the Dinner and Journal %  cussed following election ters. Listed for president was Firtel, incumbent. Vice Intial nominees were Kimmel, Dr. Irwin Makand Sidney Rubinowitz. bold S. Kaufman, Aaron IN i and Isidore Spolter amed as recording secreirresponding secretary and secretary, respectively. I |li: ickman was selected as : n uiiinated to the Board lectors included Nathan' %  { Jack Ciment, Her-1 \>h< n. Louis Dublin, Lewis Irving Genet, Ben Zion g, Emanuel Grossman, Imberman, Jacob Katz,' ISi I, Rabbi David Sha-, I Sonntag, Jerry Sussman. Max W. Temchin. Harold Turk and Joseph Zcmel. Mrs. David S. Andron. chairman of the Pictorial Journal, said that "early sales this year give every indication that the steady growth of our project will continue." Upon her return to the city this week, she named Mrs. Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Ray Sitomer a s vice chairmen of the Journal. f v m on Hi rate tor tlinie ial speaker at a meeting Clara Hirsch Landau B'nai B'rith Young will be Miss Joyce Zimlated with the Educationkirtment of the Florida Office, Anti-Defamaague of B'nai B'rith, Miss pian will demonstrate the Clinic and lead a dison Human Relations. In of the program is Miss |Monheit, ADL chairman Chapter. |meeting will take place lome of Miss Vickie HabI West 27th Street, Miami Ion Monday evening, De'"h. 8:30 p.m. Harvey Burger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burger. 1680 Cleveland Road, Miami Beach, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morning, December 6th, during Sabbath services of the North Shore Jewish Center. Harvey has been a student at the North Shore Religious School since its inception three years ago. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the ceremony. M %  •aim Bea<*h it Miiiity-wide In Mfcmor%  JOrlng the late Dr. Chaim fcnn, was recently held at Israel, West Palm Beach, ded on the Arrangements Bee were O. P. Gruner, nt Temple Israel; Harry P 1 "* president. Temple I: Led Schwack, president, |ed Jewish Charities; Carl president, B'nai B'rith. IHen.v Bogatin, chairman, h Board; and William ting president. Lake Hie, i, w Benevolent Asso11 Feldman. intimate first president of delivered the principal Both II Plans Prc-Chanuka A Pre-Chanuka Celebration will be hold by the Beth El Congregation on Sunday evening, December 7th, 6 p.m.. in the Dora August Memorial Hall. A musical program, featuring classical, cantorial and violin selections, will highlight the affair. Principal speaker will be Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader. Hostess at a chicken dinner will be Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz. Proceeds are earmarked for the Beth El Academy. EXPERT A A A TV REPAIRS C.il' Service ALL MAKES PRECISION EQUIPMENT MUSCLES RADIO &. TELEVISION SERVICE PH. 9-0559 132J N vv ff *"' General Repair on all Make Trucks and Cara Electric and Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. 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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, co-chairmen, are scheduling a midnight supper. Reservations are being accepted by Evelyn Clein, Morton Elterman and Al Constantin. The Honorable James G. McDonald, first American Ambassador to Israel, presents an Israel Bond on behalf of his parents to Harvey L. Farr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr on the occasion of hiBar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom 'last Saturday In turn. Harvey gave the bond to Leon J. Ell. president of the Temple, ere his qift to its Building Fund. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. spiritual leader of the Congregation, looks on Plug Casting Discussed Fishing classes began last Tuesday evening at the Beach Branch of the Greater r Miami Jewish Community Center. Dr.| Elias Frcidus, Miami Beach physician and member of the Angler's Club, was guest speaker and discussd plug casting. men Compare TEA vritii an* oftet llabbi JosDh E. 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PAGE 8 B +Jewi$tncrMk*r> Hollywood Mt'nai H'rith Youth I *t<> "Gmmmt&Ai Thanksgiving Sight Memi Members home from college ft r Thanksgiving holidays were id at the meeting of the Broward County Chapter. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, held .it the Hollywood Jewish Con n unity Center last Thursday eveNon-resident members present the Misses Greta Hartman. Myrna Schlafer and Mimi VanIs A University of Miami: Lebe igious. Richard Axinn: Cultural. Edith Boren: Social. Sandra C her: Historian Reporter. Anita Matn .-Leuthold will assume the AntiDefamation League chaii ship. Tuesday. December 9th. was get ai th< date far packing Drugs for the B'nai B'rith Children's in Israel. The Packing Party will be held at the home Halpern. Endicott College, Massa-j 0 f the president. 0725 N\V 26th chusetts; Helene Buckhantz. Judy Avenue. Miami. Participating will '. bson, Mort Perhn, Mort Ru-, Ut hosl Leuthold, Edith Boren, be! and Jerry Taylor. University J U{ J V Schwartz. Ralph Howell, ol Florida: and Lew Biegelsen. y k ." Glaser and Miss Anna D. erburg Academy, PennsylDaniels, adviser After the business session an Guests present were Joan j V l ( ;,, t A Secret Pro-am was frank. University of Florida: held. Members "having secrets" Mi cine Lipsitz, Hollywood; and were Mrs Paul Diamond. R I rkin, Miami. Leuthold, Edith Boren. Vic Glas. :• isiness -< Anita Matross and Helene F ithold, president, a| B int2 The panel consisted • Committ) Z fnas Bill Mars. Judy JaM< ership. Vic Glasi md Ralph Howell. ; Con n unit> Si rvi i and Armed Forces, Em < man; ResoI Projeel Sandra TayMhletics. H n: RePythian Stmterm Joint AHair %  %  Sisi District N 5, i • C Mah ,i : Tuesday i vening, l • %  Ith. at 8 ] at the 1 • %  El Ci nti ips par) ting include t Tmple No. 11. A li N II M an IN N 19 R sevelt T< e N 33, n Miami Trji| N \1 an I ':', %  ". N : • %  • ffair will bo • ; ated I Jack B< ll's L< i I A i. : :tnd. I ;irh;iiiil To Hoar VIPWS On nliin < %  No 304. : • %  n Thu I r 11th. 8 • %  %  • I Cent Harry H. Q eek thai ill for : Shapiro to ad Iress t > • _. ..: Cull : • Will : I thl talk. • • end Private School Meeting Private Schools Associat; n ol Dade County met last :i ghl ..'. th< Mannneimer School. Guest speaker was James Rue. Supervisor of Welfare and Atti lance of the Dade County E h ols. He spoke on attendance problems met with in transfer cases. McDonald Affair Nets 516,000 In Israel Bond Sales ala social evi i I •• .: ison produ Israel Boi es last Mr. and Mi Emil J. : red foi ei A doi J..' es 0 McDonald at a reeption in thu: South Miami Highlighting his talk were acf An assador McDonald's lays in Israel A ng guests in attendance Ml and Mrs L G: I Mrs. M Barkon. Mr. and Mrs Greenberg, Mr and Mrs s. I Mr. and Mi Robert Russell Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sapei M and Mrs. N Sedley, Mr Mrs. Joshua J. Sfegal, Mr. Mrs. Marvin I.. Zank, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman. Mr. •and Mrs Herman Bender, Mr, an : M Morris s Burk, Mr. and ".: H in D Covi i n ai Mi %  I M M rton R Fellman, Mr. ill Da\ id B Fli en i Mr and Mrs Herbert Gelerntner, Mr and Mrs Jerome Elson, ind Mrs Irwin Korach, Mr. and Mr A. Mastow.*Mi and Mrs. N itl an Rood, Mr and Mrs A M. Shandloff. Mr. apd Mrs. AbK.iMr and Mrs Harry Gn %  n Ml and Mrs Jack Gordon. Mr .md Mrs. Moe Feingold and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Feldn.an. Shown above are inside and outside views of the new Beth David Religious School] lion of the buildmq will be on Sunday. December 14th. at 10 a.m.. and will mark 20* service to the Congregation by its spiritual leader. Rabbi Max Shapiro. The proorani elude a Chanuka observance. Currently enrolled in the Religious School are some* dents. ^^^ : : Charleston. 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IY, DECEMBER 5. 1952 +Jelstnoridliar) 1LIGI0US DIRECTORY ITICELLO PARK CON\TION will hold Friday services at 8:15 p.m., leverend Jacob Katz ofand preaching. An Oneg al will follow. Saturday kg services are at 9 a.m. (nd Katz will discuss the Portion. # Mincha is at ollowed by Shalos Seu1P1.F. BETH SHOLOM will |h<> 10th anniversary of its jig during Friday evening at 8:18 p.m. Rabbi Leon will officiate and disi The Game Worth The Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, bf the Florida Rabbinate, hend special greetings to Congregation. An Oneg it will follow. Founder jot honor will be Mrs. Calaum, Mr. and Mrs. George Mi and Mrs. Harry Kohn, kd Mrs. I. S. Greenberg, Id Mrs. Abraham Schiff, id Mrs. Abraham Zinnaliss Nan Winkleman, Mrs. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Charobin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving an and Mrs. I. S. Perse. Dthman has been named an of the Founders Night at.on by Leon J. Ell, Beth president. • F.TH ISRAEL CONGREi will hold early Friday services at 4:45 p.m. Late are scheduled for 8:15 lantor Abraham Seif and dgregation Choir will dimusical portions of the with Rabbi Abraham J officiating and initiating peries of lectures entitled: Health And The Bible. ar M i t2 ah of Harve y. ^n of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burger, will take place. • ELAGLER-GRANADA JFWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will PAGE 9 B Greater Miami's Synagogue Directory hold Friday evening services at 8 P.m. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shapirowill be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following, Saturday morning services are at 9 a .m Da.ly morning services are scheduled for 7:30 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Joseph Narot officiating. Guest preacher will be Rabbi Herman E. Schaalman, director of the Chicago Federation of Reform Congregations. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: What Future For Reform Judaism. • BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at sundown. Saturdav morning services are at 8:30 a.m., when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will discuss: Unholy Tales About The Holy Scriptures. A Talmud session is scheduled for 4 p.m., and will be conducted by the Rabbi. Mincha is at 4.45 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz will view the Weekly Portion. Junior-Congregation services are at 10 a.m., in Yeshiva Hall, A ?iw d ? th '""'-"•'I'l'i Isaac Ever "rMiami. Beth El—I), thod 1MB 8W (rd Awe.! Shmaryahu Swirsky. I % %  .Liberal, mi ma M \ v .\t ,\ • ami Beach! 0 *' : '"''" 1 A '" Ml Coral Cabits I:.,I,I,: Morris Skop LibN\\ „ni Ave., ,\ii„„,:. Sflam"l? r "" d '" NW "" Ptace Hebrew Academy — Rabbi Alexander Hiaieah.M,.i m spnngi Reverend HoivJjA'J,",. %  ';', K '"' Av Hlaleah, Hollywood Rabbi Jacob ll„ nm. ConiJ22Si' v S( 2 i* '"" lk Sl noiivw„o.i. "„ < r en,er Rabb Abraham rer., Minim. Kneteth i.raei .Rabbi Abraham CasMiami I :<.,i, ), Miami Beach—Rabbi Irving l^hrman. Conservative, 17(M Wish. Ave MB Miami Hebrew SchoolRabbi Simon April. Orthodox, 1101 8W 12th Ave.. Miami. Monticello Park Reverend Jacob Katz. l.iiu, street .and NB nth MSf'S' • v, "'"> Miami ItcHi-h. North Dade—Knbhl Harry K-.tinger Conservative, 13(30 w. Dixie Hlshway. North Miami. North Shore—Rsilibi Mayer Ahrnmnwiti, Conservative, 62o T.'.th St.. Miami Beach. Temple Israel—I ir. Joseph Narot Reform 187 NK lfith St Miami. Tifereth Israel — 1500 N. Miami Ave, Miami. West Miami—Uat,|,| Alfred Waxman, Conservative, o?:'o sw nth St., Miami. Young Israel — Orthdox. 4001 Chase Are., Miami Beach. Zamora—Reverend Rudolf Brill, Conservative, 41 Zamora Ave, Coral Gables. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as: Chanuka And Christa series" "of "three I mas In ur Public Schools. Ray. %  ling with mental illi !" ond Elman son of Mr. and me, among Biblical I ***• Lee Elm !" will become Bar Saturday morning* M ltzvah dunn 8 Saturday morniiv ;it 8:30 a.m. Minctia Jut 4:45 p.m., followed by fSt'iul'is. • • • fEW ACADEMY will hold (evening services at 5:15 Iturday morning services a.m., with Rabbi Alexis officiating. Subject erinon will be: Are We Jp To Our Name. Cantor fcmbor will chant the lit|t is also scheduled to lead afternoon class in LitjMusic. The Saturday afPust-Graduate Student on Group will continue is led by Rabbi Gross. I Shabbat for children, by Mrs. Alexander at 3:30 p.m. Included btory-telling, singing and folk Dancing. Mrs. MaurI 1 will be hostess. I is at i p.m., with Shalos %  following. Daily services K30 a m., and at 5:15 p.m. U/ CONGREGArill hold Friday evening %  '' 5:15 p.m. Saturday is are at 8:30 a.m.. pbbi Joseph Rackovsky Weekly Portion. 1 r, wiirbe the subInis discourse at 4 p.m. I 4:30 p.m.. followed ""s. udos and Maariv. ire at 7:30 p.m.. IS |un. ing services at 9:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvah's parents will be Portion. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. Daily services are scheduled for 8 a.m., and 5:15 p.m. • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Simon April officiating and discussing: A Patriarch Dies. A class in Mishna will be at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold study of the Weekly Portion and Shalos Seudos. • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., withReverend Leo Heim officiating and assisted by the Center Choir. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rackear will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following. Mrs. Rackear will bless the Sabbath candles in honor of their son's birthday. Subject of a discourse by Mr. Rackear is scheduled as: Jewishness Begins At Home. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Reverend Heim will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m. • • JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. In observance of Jewish Book Month, Rabbi Jacob Honig will discuss: The Tongue Of The Prophets. Cantor Joseph W. Malek will render the musical portion of the liturgy. Kiddush will be recited by Betsy Nathanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nathanson. Saturday morning services are at 9:30 a.m. Obituaries MILTON li. V*Oa i*. of li io Collins Avenue, died here on Noyembei 85th, lie la survived by his wife, Sadie; and two brothers, b'i ana Ous, Services were on November -.Hi, at the Miami Beach Rivers I le Chapel, win, Rabbi Joseph Narot offlI'latln*. Interment was on I..< Memorial l-ark Cemetery. (lei FRIEDA TREIMAN M. pf 500—lfith Btreet, .Miami Beach, [ u November roth. A resident here roi th. past rive years, %  survived l.y two daughters, Mrs /. and Miss Kosemarj Trelma i, n ,,,.. i:, ach; i nd one son, Lo Chicago. Remains were sent to Chicago, Illinois, bj the Miami I Riverside M IN Nil: WILANSKY fO, of 642 Michigan Avenue, died i n i>" mi,.-: 1st. s'liv is survived by three sons, Jack, Joseph and Samuel an I oni nelce, Mrs. Rose Hlegel, Miami Beach, Remains were sent to SprlngMeld, Ma isacnusetts, foi .-.-, \ i, .-s :,,,,! Intermen! b> the Miami Beach R %  side. hosts to the Friday evening Oneg! Fr 'day evening services at 5:30 Shabbat, as well as to the Kiddush following conclusion of the Saturday morning services. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m., with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Saturday morning services are at 8:30 "a.m., when the Rabbi will] discuss: Whose Are The Childp.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham Sachs will discuss the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Junior Sabbath services are at 10 a.m. • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold regular services Friday at 8:15 p.m. Reverend RuManufacturers Will Display Wares Here National manufacturers are convinced that Miami is a good testing ground for their styles and fabrics. Over 100 exhibitors displaying an average of 250 lines will show their resort and early summer garments at the McAllister Hotel on January 11th through 14th. Eight floors have been reserved for this market week. They will be filled with samples of sportswear, dresses, coats, suits, lingerie, shoes, jewelry and handbags and accessories for ladies and children, as well as drygoods. The show will be under the auspices of the Pan American Fashion Mart, a travelling salesmen's organization, moving through, southeastern United States. NATHAN ANAI'OI.SKV IS, of 1730 SW 0th Btreet, passed awaj on Monday, November mh, %  his residence. He isurvived by Is wife, Mollle. Services wer Mon''•'> ••' "The Miami Riverside", :•!, Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Interment was n Mount sinai Cemetei M MIKI'.V UAVNKlt 32, of .ii. Palermo Avenue. Coral Hi i.les, died on November 25th. He |H survived b) his. wile. Sylvia: two SOI <, Ktephen and Barry: one sister, Mrs Mildred Pabrlkant; and his parents, Joseph and Hose Wayner Mr Wayn,i was associated with Weber, Thompson ami Lefcourt, Accountants, Services were on November 27th, it "Tiie Miami Riverside' with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. Intermenl was on Mount Nelio Cemeterv. ABRAHAM MEDNICK .1. of 10021 NE 0th Court, died on November 22nd, in a hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. He Is survived by his wife, Eva; two sons, Sidney and Harvey; and one brother, Louis. Services were "ii November 26th, at "The Miami Riverside", with Rablii Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Intermenl was on Mounl Nebo Cemeterv. i "SOAR ALE8KOVSKT 65, of 145.". NW 27th Street, passed away on November 22nd. He is survlved by hiswife. Sarah; two .sons, Nathan and Bernard; and one daughter. Mrs. Doris Kaplan. He al-o leaves six grandchildren. Remains were sent to New York City for servlees and interment liv "The Miami Riverside". ISAIHiR STRAISS 7J, Of 17". NW 4th Street, died on November 25th. Services were in the Miami Chapel of the < lordon Funeral Home. FANNIE WALTZBR .".7, of 2291 NW ",tli Avenue, died on November 26th, A resident here for the past 16 yens, she is survived by her husband. Sam. Services were in the Miami Chapel of the Gordon Pu neiai Home, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating Interment was on Mount sinai Cemetery. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM rot MST. COMVALESCEMa AM) OiSOKIC mu *nrn rim Mu, MS aw. NVMsn ren? Cantor Aaron Weingarten I d olf E Bri will officiate. Arwill render the musical portions j thur Deutsch, head of the ReL" S HO RE JEWISH of the liturgy. Junior services are at 9 a.m., under the direction of B. Kaminetzky, Beth Jacob faculty. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the Weekly Portion. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever officiating and discussing: Israel's' Protection — Three Weapons. A Kiddush will follow services. Daily services are at 8:30 a.m., and at 5 p.m. • • • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating, assisted by the Student Choir under the di1 hold Friday even' rection of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Subject of a discourse to be delivered by Rabbi Shapiro is: Political Anti-Semitism. An Oneg Shabbat will follow under the sponsorship of Mr. and Mis. Harry Einhorn. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly fees at 8:15 p.m., with Wyei Abramowitz officd discussing: Perfidy At Cantor Edward Klein M the musical portions jjMgy, assisted by the 11111 : Saturday rriorning "• at 9 a.m., when the GLASS FOR EVERY ULAjJ PURPOSE T RE FRONT PLATE Mad WINDOW GLASS Wr Tops. BevaUd Mirrors and lUailwing Our Specialty & G. Glass and Mirror Works >W. 8th Si PHONE 3-4834 IRVING GORDON S'ORLW ligious Committee, will speak on: The Duty Of Self-Respect. Mrs. Bessie Gaynor will be host at the Oneg Shabbat. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and will be followed by a Kiddush. Mincha is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating andj discussing: The Power In Man. Saturday morning services arej at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will discuss the Weekly Portion. An afternoon Bible class is at 4 p.m., followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Cantor David Silver"man will render the musical portions of the liturgy, assistea by the Center Choir. Daily services are in the Chapel at 8 a.m., and at 5:30 p.m. • • • WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will hold early Friday evening services at 5:15 p.m. Late services are at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Junior services scheduled for 11 a.m. Mincha will be at 5 p.m., followed by | PYrnon jo PTWIOT PARKWAY STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PARK SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMETERY Pre-developmenl prices al this lima PALMETTO ROAD. SOUTH MIAMI PH. 67-3669 Bernard E. Supworth, Pres. LEONARD A. LEVINE IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR CONDITIONED Our Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel iRetail KOSHER 1255 S.W. 22nd St. Wholesale Ph. 9-0968 MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. Funeral Director BJJJJJJJJJJJJJ



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PAGE 10 B *Je*Mi /fcrfctec FRIDAY, Lorraine Kahlenberjr Heads Sharet Group ing W %  ,• • gori! t Su tor t I dent: £ ;; %  nt: Lei %  %  • • A %  %  11 n, i • ler, tn in:: Argeant-al \ Dorothy Bai Paul ilantz. B : Botwii C Friedman, Nal B'nai B'rith Youl : att in i i iner, Oth> • % %  '. i ri J Gr< tei M B*nai B'rith Youl irector; Mrs. Florence Goodman, past %  C pter; Mrs S Wellins, W men's State Youth R '.: >k p, ol C r il Gables Jewisl Centei; and .: ss B. Smithson, physiotherapist at the United Cerebral Pal%  Clinii Miss Arlene Imber was in %  .., % %  arrangements assisted Sully Grossman. Maurine llyn, Pauline Bender, Joan Wi md Anita Cogen. Mrs. Gersten Will Air Bond Of US And Israel Hai IS entatoi n the Meet Your will pn %  • %  '. B< a stei • f thi v, : Divisioi Gr< ati r Mian mmittee, Stat< f 1 %  Bonds. Sunds I • 1:15 -•..• • WIN/. Mrs %  rst< :. .>. ill list uss A Bon I B< •• in : Stat" an I [: DECEMBQ, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL Mi •• IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH iUD C.AL CIRCUIT. IN -, | .-OR D^OE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No £4869 DEN i' C* O. PUBLICATION \ %  I • %  \ %  Hl.'KtUY i p'alntlfl ttorni -. I file ,1 ,. of the %  • f tl„ • before I he I I *k. %  '. • .. | • %  ".."' I %  ,' lb• %  ibllahe i once r v .-.,.'. i %  •.. :i Ivt wi eka Havl HI: JEW ISH I ORIIHAN • U ; ., Hi..Ill I l>eeput) Clerk :.• IT, SIL\ KK •' Ml LLOY Tltiff i Ingraha m Building I .1 I %  NOTICE LSOE. .... %  • -^ CTlT I %  M "kit •: ... %  • late • %  11.. >'. v. %  i n i in l... %  %  A Dinner-Dance to mark the third anniversary of the founding of Mount Sinai Hospital will be held by the hospital'? medical staff on Sunday eveninq, December 14th. at the Clover Club. Tickets, are being distributed to slaff members and trustees of the hospital by the Entertainment Committee under the direction of Dr. Jack H. Falk, chairman. Serving with Dr. Falk crre Drs. Maurice J. Rose. Sanford Levine. Murray M. Reekson, Saul Selevan and Nathaniel M. Levin. Seen above is Dr. Falk (left) making arrangements for the affair, which will be held annually, with Dr. Levine and Dr. Rose (standing). NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE la i.i MVEN thai gned, doalrtng to engaure In — under the fMitloiiN trim...f ilAKDNAR MI'l.l.'iY. CO-MI-OA • 'LEANINU, at -"'-'-' Routhweal Itnd Street, Miami, PI la. Intend to rea%  % % %  -.ii.i name with the I'leik l Antioi hu< will be Herman Shapiro, with Varon Fensterheim as Mattatiias and Phyllis Katz as Hanna. This will t •• the second consecutive y ar the program has been present! d. LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW II i; I.1 I.I UIVBN that Knp in • t infu i itloua MtlM of El >AM IAl It Rl I1HKH KHI 'i >t?CTM ,,i ....; |:i-. lyni Boulevard, Miami. i. "..I',! hi..? dl '" r-K %  ... .! name with the Clerk of lh Circuit I 'out I ol I d< l 'aunty. %  is ZKI.I.Kl: STANLEY JOEL LEVINE I.. Zellel 1 %  i la....I \l .. %  i Beaj P \1 .. %  i I .• %  -. 1 ROSEDALE m e&tn%t£ttt KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING ROOM •AIR CONDITIONED NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW ilVEN that Ii4*<-ru m n mi.. ..: fo.MPAN\ al l. • i • v I' i '1*1 k the %  int; i: \v ItKRRIN and W tl. ri.i: K \ vi-: %  170 N.W. 5th ST. •FREE PARKING 2-9814 Invest Where The Banks Invest DON'T BE A 2>2 PERCENTER Why allow your invested dollar to return 2Vi percent from a bank when with practically the same security your dollar can return up to 2V2 to 3 times as much. INVEST IN WELL SECURED HIGH INTEREST FIRST MORTGAGES LINCOLN MORTGAGE CO. 4th FLOOR. PACIFIC. BUILDING — PHONE 3-7565 WHY NOT PHONE OR VISIT US FOR INFORMATION NOTlCF UNOI.R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that -,' the flctttlou % %  < in. "f I! .\ II MOTORS I ol Im I ..1 ITS %  '-• 1 1. .. -• %  Miami. I 1 ; me with the (he I "I lit I 1.1; ..f I •; %  '!.I KDV. Al: 1 • HtiRiiW ITZ, .. ni IRVING I'TPES AM..1 ne> 1 a m 1 1 <_••> Lli oh Road %  Miami Beat h, I %  1 1<' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS MSItKliY fllVBN that thi undaralKnail, dealrlnf to enrace In an im.ler the ftel ttoui name HOt'SE, it 114 B Klagler Street, Miami, Intend* t-. r-n%  %  -...I n.in.. tii the Clerk of the Circuit curt ..f Dad* County, rtorr.KI.STVN. INC BERK "K. SII \ P1RI i AKltll-M Utorneyt foi Vpplicani IH Lincoln It.I II '• II/.',-JJ-U %  ''• %  untvi the flri-i %  l.-K.il ...I r. I...- in i pwnteli. %  aid, i • Date \. • _: %  %  K |, CLAItA HORN ml Mt.ltltlS HORN, x i lai'. NATHAN HORN I KllVNi:it ,\ M WNHKiiidT Att..I'll' h n/n i! • NOTICE UNDER I NAME LAW N> >TICE :IIKREBT L the underxixne.l, derirlafU bualneaa :hr futltwgH ACE RADH HUM N W | Miami, m Met %ii With the • • ^ „| !hr I"|CT*K| o( Dad* FlorMi I'.ol BR1 ll it-::.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 1M29 SHELDON II BARON, I'Uintiff JOAN BARON Defendauil TO JOAN BARON :'.7i lv ihlne Avanu* Newark. New Jersev NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y i. \N BAR! 'N are hereby notified that .. Bill % %  Complaint f.-r Dlvorn aaj bean file.l againat you, inil you are required r .i cop) il ) .'i: Anawei --r P1*a\dlns t. thi* lull ..f t'oni|iiHint on the Plalntifr* Mtorn*) HENRY SC8KENBACM ..'il Bevbold Mini.imt Miami, I lor%  '... and file •',. m alnal .\i nwet or n the I Iffll e of the clerk • %  %  %  • ,.i '..-r,--. the %  %  %  • If you nl IM do' %  • %  • • i %  • • • %  %  • i i %  li :-t 'i .l.ii I • N'..\ .ml,, i r. i: LEATHERMAN, Clei C lit C I ..... .'.. mi\ Ii II) W.M W RTIH.TCINO, |.i-uut\ Clerk HENRY NT.-.-IN I MM Dtorm • • !• Intiff III Sej i.. i Building Miami, Florida ; • | NOTICE UNDER FICTIT*. NAME LAW Ni (TICK :IIKREBT illTI the undei.-• • • detlnDpaid bualni u — HARR1 XOC • 4.''.; \\ I ..• • with the of idi\:n| %  •: i >uui II IRRT SISB WILLIAM : IIKE.NNER |je Llm Ituad Mian i • %  FT* 11/J* IN LOGESI THE COLNTV JUD IN AND FOR DAOE COU FLORIDA. IN PR0Btt| No. 28U-B III lie I %  I K "I MORRIS ilELUa NOTICE TO CREDIT! To A .'"i *IL Havii "'' I E.-t-l Tou notlfli i.iimI "' i • ., • -"* lh, -.,wl -YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 41071 Notice I* herein jlvi thai BBN I IIOHKIN. t,.,i,i. DI C t) of Miami Tax I Sale • • %  I lr Numbered lltl. dated I the :,tii da) ..f June, A li ItSO, haa -. .1 Certil MI MI> offk a, | .ni.l ha* ri,.,..,.;.|. ration f-u tax deed i.> Iaau< thereon aci-ordance with Maw s.,id Certificate embraea* the I following deacrlbeil property, nituated in I'ade County, rlorlda, lo-wlt: l-'i 14, BVn k ... Twelfth Street Manor* Klral Addition, rial ltS! Dated this, loth d.,* ,,f November, A D. IS"." K 11 I.KATIIKHMAN. i 'i.i k ,.f fin mi i •,,„, i, I >a.l.Count) Florida Hireult Court S.-ali B) N C BTBRRETT, I '• t,iil\ l 'lei k iint-n-a 11 i-ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 1S4852 ROBERT ALEXANDER BANNERMAN, Plaintiff, \ H lailtoTIIY MARIAN BANNERMAN, Defen lain. NOTICE TO APPEAR T" I'..Hi .THY MA It I AN BANNERMAN, defendant ,, Mak T.t Seventh Avenu* New York, N-w Y'.ik T..u, iKMtoTHY MARIAN BANNERMAN. are hereby notified that %  Hill of i '..inplalnt tor Dlvur. I.aI B llle.l agalnal >..u and yoa are required t.. wrra a eon "f r*a*i An-wer ..i PI parting t. the BID of Complaint on the plaintiff* attorney*. KOVNBR .* MANNHE1MER, 4 SO Lincoln U.....I. Miami liemh, Etorlda, and file the urlKinal Answer or lleadiiikin the offtca ">f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the S9th day ,,f lie. .ml.er. IH1. If JTOU fall Ui ,1,, *,,. jinlauo-nt h> default will be taken aaalnnt you foi the relief demand**! In the inn of Complaint. I KiNK AND IIRHKHKII at Miami. rlorlda. I hie SMh day of November. %  Mi. K It LEATIIERMAN. Clerk, Clrenit Court I Hole CoUaty, Klo: Ida (Circuit Curt Seal) I'v It II RICK. JR I |. it'. I'lerk KOVNKH a M AN'NllKIMER IN I in, ..In Road Miami Beaih. riorlda lS/S-lS-m-S* I ,.i. %  • %  %  Dati %  %  % %  %  %  !. AT ami \ itor of in v. it A otum ISA \r JOI i''' attorne) I K* lOio r.i"•* %  Miami, i II it* NOTICE LNDER NAME I-*",, NOTICE IS IIKREBT w tlleU,' ..1 11tiltI'ount 1 -,,, ,, -, I? -lS-lj the undi cn.d.oj J-J,, ^' D S "v-o -' I ItK.MK l ami. Intend lo •*, with the %  %  rk ,::'$rtL, „f Dadf i "i nKHMANJ. jiiKEI-H HB !" B*ybol i *„ „ II ? IS name Cuiirt bualn.ee> S BERMAN lie.-a* CLAN ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATMQN OUTFtTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at 2-4366


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DECEMBER 5, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE [COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, lit) FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 22272 •TATB Of .11 111,Kit, I 'I-'-I'UMI-II. foF INTENTION TO MAKE klCATION FOR FINAL OISCHARQE IWfloM IT MAY CONCERN: i i. i.\ glit'ii tlutl I have final report as Administrator Ltii,. ..t MAX Dublvr, deceasfi have filed my Petition for and that l will apply ih,. judges of tin' ("•unity unit, Dude County, Florida. !i ila.i of Deoamber, nf>2, for [, i he same anil fin final i Administrator or the Bali i mill. r. dece as ed. IIH i !* t ti day of November, |i:r prRI.ER. Administrator I I'ALLOT Vdmlnlatrator i Building 12-1'.' +Je*lsli rhrkUan LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B E. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OWEN Chat IUII.MI, desiring to engage in nil.r the fictitious name of ViiYS, t 7M3 N.. E. 2nd iill,-tuls to register Said li ih,Clerk of the Circuit i.i.l,i •oiinty, Morlda. :NCE A SAI.I.Y WEXLER r ICE88t.BR Applicant! r st 12 : %  p..-i. E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l> HEREBY GIVEN that llgni 'I. desiring to engage in .! thf fictitious name of I: A S E M E N T a n (I %  K I N T I X ii SERVICE 1.Y MAIL-ORDER), at .'.32 I ..Lira, Coral tiables, ineglster Bald name with the hi, I'n.-ult Court of I>ade florldu. It J. IIEALEY riCE TO CREDITORS ;OUNTY JUDGES COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, tIDA. IN PROBATE. No 29113-B 1ST VTK IK sen WARTS, Deceased Iditnix .mil All Persons Havlltiiui l >> -in. imis Asalnsl fc< h have against the 'HELEN Hl'HWARTZ, ..f I'.nilCounty, Florida, I'll.ilde County Judges ,>t" 1 i nilthe Main,in :lii the i 'ounty Courthouse 'ui'".. I''lurida. within eight nnlhs from the date of the hereof. Bald claims Bi %  untain the legal adlulmanl and to he sworn ted "aforesaid, or I., ha I: .1 i i 19th, A.I). 11452. poLl'll MENDEL .. i utor of the Last Will |d Testament of LEX SCHWARTZ, I leceased. W MALEK In H ad eh, nori,la I "i|.h Mendel. Executor 12 .".-12 :E TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, 1IDA. IN PROBATE. No 28119. B -T VTE I IP I SftiARMAN, I "eoeased '"I All Persons HaViinHIDemands Against ,ii h ..f you. are hereby I required to ; m any ndi which you,or may have anahlll the IEXRV I MHAHMAN. de• I'.nle County, Florida, il'le County Judges of and file the same In li. Couhty Courthouse i •. Florida, within eight from the data of the a! ..ri hereof. Said claims ontaln the legal adei.nmant and to be sworn %  I a* aforesaid, or same I' IT. A D. IMa, It I l; I DE Sl-C.ARMAN AdininiKtratrlx C.T.A. PRN the Estate of MN I Sl-CAKMAX. Deceased. WL\ RR Mri.UiY I c.T.A. DBN BY PUBUICATION IRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OA IN AND FOR OADE Ty IN CHANCERY. No. 15372S-J '>•'• I'AWSU.N. Tlalntlff. IL DAWSON, _„_ Defendant. p 0R DIVORCE ,'El'll, DAWSON i-l Sir,, -I 'I Virginia \ 'ECU, DAWSON. are '< that a Bill of Cornhas I n filed ""i you are required to Vnswei or Plead" "' ''omplalni on the tiEOROE .1 TAI,. II Road, Miami • le ihe ni thi %  %  Cou • on or %  • ii MI by detains! yi %  %  In th U II of JIT RY IN I in ii %  kNli S|| Pub I a • cui • % %  nreeki I "RIDIAN" Novambe E rt %  i '"'' fe ft* HERMAN, ,'irt. Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW *•••.. Mia,,,,. 'ttrtiJta .!; ,!:;::.; MM ntftne with the Clerk of ,' eult Court of Dade Count*. Klorlds BERICK, S„.M. ^'i^; 1 ^' 11/28 — 12/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER" FICTITIOUS .,. NAME LAW NOTICE IE HEREBY OIVEN that } %  {.., i,V! '"'' r "' county, PRIED-aOI.D CORPORATION a Florida Corporation Bj: I-AI i. B OOLDBERl!, sit BHEINER A SPIELER 8 r *m &i t0 r ney f r Applicants IJ2 Itnner Building Miami 32. Horlda II-"I2/.V12-19 __ .\ LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA „,. No. 26436. A RE: ESTATE Of HARRY 1, WILEXSKY. NOT i c £. < £. -r JTENT,ON TOM'AKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE ru„a '!!""'';. Is n, l l >' K'ven that I have filed n> riu H | report and petition for l-lnal Discharge as Administratrix of the estate ol HARRY L. WILENSKY ..f November, \'n> itiseavn,' Building M...MI Florida II'21 — 12/5-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 154810 HOWARD I. si'AREY. Plaintiff. BETH M. si'AREY, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MRS. BETH M SI'AREY 744*: Fay Street La Yolla CAIJFORNIA You, BETH M BPAREY. are herebj notified that a R f Comptalnl has ii. en filed against you, and you anrequired to serve %  copy <> ><'r Answer or Pleading to the Bill ol Complaint on the plalntlfl Attorneyi! PINE .\TAYLOR, ilMII Olympl -• Miaou 12, Florida, and file the original Answai m i< • inIn the office of the i rk of the ,. ,. ...., 0 n or before he Mth | em be r 952. II you fall to do so, j ids ill • %  i y' 11 ,'" "„ i... the reiel aelint rhls notice I i in THE JEWISH 1 ':': V'" A .\,, „„: DONE AM' ORDERED I Miami, ,,,.., S .ventber. A .; B LBATHERMAN, Cln ull %  11,,!.' County, I-'. >rt w • lg S!"c OBJ3EN. Depot) Clerk P1XE & TAYLDR Attorneys for I'laintiff SIS-616 Olympla Rulhiing Miami 32. Florida By: Richard C. Taylor ll/ — U/0-12-1* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW ,,. %  >'•' V'' : ls HEREBY UIVEN that tne undersigned, desirin K t„ ,.| 1K1 ,ge in •W?Jlft '"" "" %  '--o" ., -•, 2VJ? N I T URE A CIJDTHINO. %  • 782 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, in,.. Intend to register said name with the ?oll!f,y?'l^or.da! rCU ''""' %  S 1 i *' RANK KITCHNER MA1RY ALTEI'SIIX IXITY FCRNITCRE CO., an Illinois Co-Partnership ui-i ." \'\%  \ "''' : baatoff, :, Partner SHELDON l.i:i.ci||K Attorne} for Applleants not Ingraham Bldg II '-"12 IL'-R. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the uuilersii-iied, desiring to engatie in business under the fictitious name of HAROLDS KOSHER RESTAURANT, at 2l7-.",lh Street. Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,.,. ... HAROLD F. I'RlM, GEORGE J. TAUANOPP Attorney for Applicant 42" Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Ha. 11/14-21-2K — 12/:. LEGAL NOTICE 'FP \ttomey for Applicant 12 i i.in, ..In Road Miami Beach, Floi Ida 12 5-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154498 HENRY F. JOHNSON, Plaintiff VS. ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON T'i Brann.i Avenue, Prlchard, Alabama You are hereby notified thai I Bill "I Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are requlred to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Mill of Com i on the plaintiffs attorney, RII'IIAHD K. SHEPARD, 2200 West Flaglei Street, -Miami, and file tli i glnal answer or pleading in the office of the cierk of the circuit Court on or before the 15th day of December, 1932. If you fall in do so, judgm-oii bj default will be taken agalnsi you for Ui.relief demanded in the Bill of I omplulnt. DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami, Florida, this i::th dav of November. A.D. 1952. K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court By w.M. W. STOCKING, ., ,„. „„ Deputy Clerk 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ORCHIDS GALORE, at l",lo Blscayne Blvd.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. KARL STIMPP ANNE OSWALD STEPHEN f. KE8SLER Attorney for Applicants 2200 W. Flagler St. 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JEAX and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT. at 5952 X. E 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. FRANK GCNSRERU JAY I. COHEN Attorney for Frank (Sunsbcrg 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE TOURS AND SUNRAY TOURS, in 229 X E. 1st Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clelk of Ihe Ciivuit Court of Dade County, Florlds SOLANA TRAVEL COMPANT. Inc. BLI P.REOER Attorney for Applicant 235 Lincoln Road 11 21-28 — 12 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.IVEX that. the undersigned, desiring Co engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA JUICE \SYRUP CO., at HI5 N W 27th Street, Miami. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VIE 26--Number 50
MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ORKERS MASS ON BIG DAY
ill Meet Sunday To Hear Eban, Morgenthau,
Dubinsky; Canvass In Door-To-Door Campaign
the eve of National BIG Day in Greater Miami, Joseph
ier. Big Day Grand Marshal and one of the largest in-
cl purchasers oi Bonds in the United States, yesterday
en appeal to all persons enrolled in Big Day to rally an
licnal 5.000 subscribers for the Israel Bond Drive.
'If every man and woman who has signed up as a Big
volunteer takes to the streets on Sunday and covers the
;r. assigned him, the net result should produce one quar-
ci million dollars in bond sales in this community." pre-
Mr. Cherner.
'Your success on BIG Day will have a direct and positive
on Israel's ability to win her war of economic survival,"
Day Giand Marshal Cherner told the 1,000 volunteers
jcy assigned for their mountainous task.
last minute coverage of preparations for city-wide effort
ciscussed yesterday at a conference of Big Day leaders.
kded in the Inner Council are Joseph M. Rose, Campaign
rman Fred Jonas, associate chairman; Seymour Liebman,
rrr.an of the Council of Organizations.
1rs. Harry Gersten, Women's Division chairman; Bernard
Miami Beach co-chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
; Beach co-chairman; Louie Bandel, Miami chairman;
Irs. Manuel Burstein, Miami co-chairman.
IScme 1.000 volunteers will visit more than 10,000 prospec-
Isrcel Bond purchasers in a one-day mass effort, the larg-
its kind in the history of the city on Sunday, December
* -* -* I tempted in the history of the
::i- than 1.000 volunteer men' Jewish community of America,
en throughout Greater
i ivill listen to an address
assador Abba Eban of Is-
.1 Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
cial telephone network
Id t on Sunday morning,
Fred Jonas
involving a one-day effort to
mobilize millions of dollars as
investment capital, local officials
said here.
All volunteers in communities
across the nation will assemble
at 9 a.m., to get their last minute
instructions and prospect cards.
It is to these assembled workers
that the Ambassador and Mr.
Morgenthau will speak. They will
be joined in the telephone hookup
by Melvin Dubinsky. St. Louis
realtor and national chairman of
BIG Day.
Special arrangements have
been made with the Southern
Bell Telephone Company here to
carry the nationwide hookup to
meeting points throughout the
United States. At 9:30 a.m., the
three speakers will be heard from
>New'York and Washington in
their last minute messages.
In Greater Miami, BIG Day
Grand Marshal Joseph Cherner
will assemble his workers at two
different locations. On Miami
Beach, the workers will meet
at the Hibiscus Lodge, 10th Street
and Alton Road, while the Miami
workers will gather at the Bur-
Joe Cherner
eau of Jewish Education, 135 NW
3rd Avenue.
To further promote the activi-
ties of BIG Day, the National
Broadcasting Company will air
a special show featuring Melvin
Douglas, Saturday night from
10:30 until 11 p.m. Local outlet
is WIOD.
Ben Zvi Is
New Israel
President
JERUSALEM (JTA) Itzhak
Ben Zvi, leading member of Is-
rael's- Labor Party and former
president of the Jewish National
Council of Palestine, forerunner
of the Knesset, was elected Presi-
dent of Israel Monday to succeed
the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
The election took place in the
Israel Parliament by secret bal-
lot. One hundred and ten of the
120 deputies participated. Ten
members of the Parliament were
absent: four of them are now in
the United States.
Mr. Ben Zvi received 62 votes.
Of the other Presidential candi-
dates. Rabbi Mordecai Nurok.
who was sponsored by the Ortho-
dox groups, received 40 votes on
the third and last poll. Dr. Itz-
hak Gruenbaum, the left-wing
Mapam candidate, received five
votes, while five blank ballots
were cast.
In the first two ballots, Mr. Ben
Zvi received 48 votes. Rabbi Nur-
* Continued on Page 11 A
Don't Pay
Say Arabs
VIENNA (JTA)The Arab
states have warned the Aus-
trian Government that if it
opens negotiations with major
world Jewish organizations for
payment of reparations for Nazi
damages to the Jews, the Arab
states would oppose Austria's
cause in the United Nations, it
was learned here.
The Arabs indicated that they
would oppose both a state
treaty for Austria and her
admission to the United Na-
tions. This development was
seen here as one of the reasons
for the recent decision of the
Austrian Government to post-
pone discussions with the Jews
until after the Austrian nation-
al elections in February.
Meanwhile, the Austrian
Government has not issued any-
public statement indicating that
talks with the Jewish groups
have been postponed. The-Aus-
trian press also has suppressed
this information, although it is
aware of the development.
f er 14th, as they prepare
exert their effort in an all-
F' -day campaign to sell Is-
fl Bonds on BIG Day.
|EK; Day, which will be mark-
throughout the United States ]
Pth similar campaigns, will see
Ps I thousands of volunteer |
visit the homes of their
! rs to urge the purchase
Bonds as an investment
'hi economy of the new Jew-
)< i...
1 uses to be the largest
ntl of its kind ever at-
fubilee Discussed
Mo"nt Sinai Hospital Board of
""'. is met Wednesday at the
rsPU.,l to discuss the institu-
r"Y Third Annual Jubilee sch-
f,UIl for March 5, 1953.
Joe Rose
Soviets Throw East Europe
Jews To Wolves; Use Them
As Scapegoat For Red Ends
(Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
The Soviet leadership has thrown the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Eastern Europe to the
wolves. It has offered them up as scapegoats to divert mounting dissatisfaction and unrest in the
countries behind the Iron Curtain and it has served notice on the world that these Jews are to be
sacrificed tor the support and allegiance of the Arab States in the Soviet struggle against the West.
These are the implications of the "treason trials" concluded last week at Prague with the imposi-
tion of the death penalty on 11 men, including eight Jews, and the imprisonment of three others, in-
FP#L Display Is
Tribute To Israel
Florida Power i Light Com-
pany has dedicated its window
to BIG Day and the State of
Israel from December 12th to
19th.
The window, on NE 2nd Av-
enue off Flagler Street, will
feature a special display cre-
ated by Film-Art Murals, Mi-
ami. The outstanding, four
dimensional presentation will
honor Miami Jewry's efforts in
behalf of the new Jewish de-
mocracy.
Standing over six feet high
and eight feet wide, the mural
highlights a centerpiece Star of
David. Behind is a montage
which documents the progress
of industry, agriculture and
port facilities in Israel. The
foreground symbolizes the Am-
erican-Jewish man and wom-
an who jointly water the flow-
er of a newly-flourishing land
that was once neglected, sand
dune plains.
eluding two Jews for life terms.
In the biggest "purge" action since the end of the war, the
Commuists singled out the Jews prominent in the Czechoslovak
Communist Party for trial in a move to convince the general popula-
tion that the Jews were to blame for their hardships and troubles.
At the same time, by making Zionism an anti-state crime and by-
mounting a vicious attack against the State of Israel, the Com-
munists made their strongest bid to date for the alignment of the
Arabs with them against the Western Alliance.
Ironically, the Jewish victims of the purge. Communists all,
were, in the main, men who had spent years in a bitter struggle
against the Zionist movement and who had been in large part re-
sponsible for barriers against Jewish migration from Eastern Europe
to Israel. That they persecuted the Jews in Czechoslovakia with
considerable vigor, restricted Jewish communal life and sought to
destroy all traces of Zionism there, was not expected to have any
effect in reducing anti-Jewish feeling engendered by the anti-Semi-
tic nature of the trial.
Although the central Communist organ in Prague. Rude Pravo,
in one of a series of vicious articles against Israel and the Zionist
movement, asserted that the Communists were not anti-Semitic but
had to "destroy Zionism." observers who studied transcripts of the
trial broadcasts expressed amazement at the extent to which the
prosecution went in creating an anti-Jewish atmosphere.
They pointed to the manner in which the prosecutor, in de-
manding the death penalty, stressed that "it is no accident that of
the fourteen accused, eleven are the product of Zionist organiza-
tions. The danger of Zionism has increased with the foundation of
the State of Israel by the Americans. Zionism and Jewish bourgeois
nationalism are two sides of the same coin which was minted in
Wall Street."
The official Communist organ, Rude Pravo, said that among
, Continued on Page 8 D



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fewiislUEIliDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VIE 26--Number 50 MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS ORKERS MASS ON BIG DAY ill Meet Sunday To Hear Eban, Morgenthau, Dubinsky; Canvass In Door-To-Door Campaign the eve of National BIG Day in Greater Miami, Joseph ier. Big Day Grand Marshal and one of the largest incl purchasers oi Bonds in the United States, yesterday en appeal to all persons enrolled in Big Day to rally an licnal 5.000 subscribers for the Israel Bond Drive. 'If every man and woman who has signed up as a Big volunteer takes to the streets on Sunday and covers the ;r. assigned him, the net result should produce one quarci million dollars in bond sales in this community." preMr. Cherner. 'Your success on BIG Day will have a direct and positive on Israel's ability to win her war of economic survival," Day Giand Marshal Cherner told the 1,000 volunteers jcy assigned for their mountainous task. last minute coverage of preparations for city-wide effort ciscussed yesterday at a conference of Big Day leaders. kded in the Inner Council are Joseph M. Rose, Campaign rman Fred Jonas, associate chairman; Seymour Liebman, rrr.an of the Council of Organizations. 1rs. Harry Gersten, Women's Division chairman; Bernard Miami Beach co-chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, ; Beach co-chairman; Louie Bandel, Miami chairman; Irs. Manuel Burstein, Miami co-chairman. IScme 1.000 volunteers will visit more than 10,000 prospecIsrcel Bond purchasers in a one-day mass effort, the largits kind in the history of the city on Sunday, December -* -* I tempted in the history of the ::ithan 1.000 volunteer men' Jewish community of America, en throughout Greater i ivill listen to an address assador Abba Eban of Is.1 Henry Morgenthau, Jr., • cial telephone network Id t on Sunday morning, Fred Jonas involving a one-day effort to mobilize millions of dollars as investment capital, local officials said here. All volunteers in communities across the nation will assemble at 9 a.m., to get their last minute instructions and prospect cards. It is to these assembled workers that the Ambassador and Mr. Morgenthau will speak. They will be joined in the telephone hookup by Melvin Dubinsky. St. Louis realtor and national chairman of BIG Day. Special arrangements have been made with the Southern Bell Telephone Company here to carry the nationwide hookup to meeting points throughout the United States. At 9:30 a.m., the three speakers will be heard from >New'York and Washington in their last minute messages. In Greater Miami, BIG Day Grand Marshal Joseph Cherner will assemble his workers at two different locations. On Miami Beach, the workers will meet at the Hibiscus Lodge, 10th Street and Alton Road, while the Miami workers will gather at the BurJoe Cherner eau of Jewish Education, 135 NW 3rd Avenue. To further promote the activities of BIG Day, the National Broadcasting Company will air a special show featuring Melvin Douglas, Saturday night from 10:30 until 11 p.m. Local outlet is WIOD. Ben Zvi Is New Israel President JERUSALEM (JTA) — Itzhak Ben Zvi, leading member of Israel'sLabor Party and former president of the Jewish National Council of Palestine, forerunner of the Knesset, was elected President of Israel Monday to succeed the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann. The election took place in the Israel Parliament by secret ballot. One hundred and ten of the 120 deputies participated. Ten members of the Parliament were absent: four of them are now in the United States. Mr. Ben Zvi received 62 votes. Of the other Presidential candidates. Rabbi Mordecai Nurok. who was sponsored by the Orthodox groups, received 40 votes on the third and last poll. Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, the left-wing Mapam candidate, received five votes, while five blank ballots were cast. In the first two ballots, Mr. Ben Zvi received 48 votes. Rabbi Nur* Continued on Page 11 A Don't Pay Say Arabs VIENNA (JTA)—The Arab states have warned the Austrian Government that if it opens negotiations with major world Jewish organizations for payment of reparations for Nazi damages to the Jews, the Arab states would oppose Austria's cause in the United Nations, it was learned here. The Arabs indicated that they would oppose both a state treaty for Austria and her admission to the United Nations. This development was seen here as one of the reasons for the recent decision of the Austrian Government to postpone discussions with the Jews until after the Austrian national elections in February. Meanwhile, the Austrian Government has not issued anypublic statement indicating that talks with the Jewish groups have been postponed. The-Austrian press also has suppressed this information, although it is aware of the development. f %  er 14th, as they prepare exert their effort in an allF' -day campaign to sell Isfl Bonds on BIG Day. |EK; Day, which will be markthroughout the United States ] Pth similar campaigns, will see Ps %  I thousands of volunteer | visit the homes of their rs to urge the purchase Bonds as an investment 'hi economy of the new Jew)< %  • i... 1 uses to be the largest ntl % %  • of its kind ever atfubilee Discussed Mo "nt Sinai Hospital Board of ""'. is me t Wednesday at the r s PU.,l to discuss the institur"Y Third Annual Jubilee schf ,UI l for March 5, 1953. Joe Rose Soviets Throw East Europe Jews To Wolves; Use Them As Scapegoat For Red Ends (Copyright, 1952, Jewish Telegraphic Agency) The Soviet leadership has thrown the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Eastern Europe to the wolves. It has offered them up as scapegoats to divert mounting dissatisfaction and unrest in the countries behind the Iron Curtain and it has served notice on the world that these Jews are to be sacrificed tor the support and allegiance of the Arab States in the Soviet struggle against the West. These are the implications of the "treason trials" concluded last week at Prague with the imposition of the death penalty on 11 men, including eight Jews, and the imprisonment of three others, inFP#L Display Is Tribute To Israel Florida Power i Light Company has dedicated its window to BIG Day and the State of Israel from December 12th to 19th. The window, on NE 2nd Avenue off Flagler Street, will feature a special display created by Film-Art Murals, Miami. The outstanding, four dimensional presentation will honor Miami Jewry's efforts in behalf of the new Jewish democracy. Standing over six feet high and eight feet wide, the mural highlights a centerpiece Star of David. Behind is a montage which documents the progress of industry, agriculture and port facilities in Israel. The foreground symbolizes the American-Jewish man and woman who jointly water the flower of a newly-flourishing land that was once neglected, sand dune plains. eluding two Jews for life terms. In the biggest "purge" action since the end of the war, the Commuists singled out the Jews prominent in the Czechoslovak Communist Party for trial in a move to convince the general population that the Jews were to blame for their hardships and troubles. At the same time, by making Zionism an anti-state crime and bymounting a vicious attack against the State of Israel, the Communists made their strongest bid to date for the alignment of the Arabs with them against the Western Alliance. Ironically, the Jewish victims of the purge. Communists all, were, in the main, men who had spent years in a bitter struggle against the Zionist movement and who had been in large part responsible for barriers against Jewish migration from Eastern Europe to Israel. That they persecuted the Jews in Czechoslovakia with considerable vigor, restricted Jewish communal life and sought to destroy all traces of Zionism there, was not expected to have any effect in reducing anti-Jewish feeling engendered by the anti-Semitic nature of the trial. Although the central Communist organ in Prague. Rude Pravo, in one of a series of vicious articles against Israel and the Zionist movement, asserted that the Communists were not anti-Semitic but had to "destroy Zionism." observers who studied transcripts of the trial broadcasts expressed amazement at the extent to which the prosecution went in creating an anti-Jewish atmosphere. They pointed to the manner in which the prosecutor, in demanding the death penalty, stressed that "it is no accident that of the fourteen accused, eleven are the product of Zionist organizations. The danger of Zionism has increased with the foundation of the State of Israel by the Americans. Zionism and Jewish bourgeois nationalism are two sides of the same coin which was minted in Wall Street." The official Communist organ, Rude Pravo, said that among Continued on Page 8 D


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^wifelbJEIIiDipidliigup
ME 26Number 49
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
OMMIES HANG 11 VICTIMS
|ght Jews Die On Kremlin-Directed Gallows;
Wave Of Suicides Follows Anti-Semitic Trial*
PRAGUE (JTA) Eleven of the 14 convicted Communist Party i
bch leaders were hung early Wednesday in swift punishment]
Idly following a week after their three-hour long "confessions"
treason and "international Zionist" activity for the purpose of
It roving the Moscow-dominated Czechoslovakian nation. Eight!
[the 11 victims, including Rudolf Slansky, were Jewish.
Hanging came on the heels
a resolution expressing its
lling of outrage at the Czecho-
Ivak treason trial, which was
kenbed as an affront to the
It of Israel and a display of
li-Semitism on the part of the
nmunist rulers, and which
|s adopted by the Knesset, Is-
l's Parliament. The pro-Sov-
Mapam Party and the Com-
Inists voted against the reso-
lion
thv resolution stated that the
tditional friendship between
choslovakia and the Jewish
kion was undermined by the
\ which was an attempt to
bmirch the Zionist movement,
! liberation movement of the
Mgh people, by using the Jew-
origin of most of the de-
Idants for "dangerous and foul
paganda."
An official statement issued by
Mapam declared that while on
the one hand the party was a-
mazed that the Zionist movement
should be linked with charges
made in Prague, it rejected For-
eign Minister Sharett's statement'
in which he compared the Prague
trial to Nazi proceedings. In its
declaration, Mapam affirmed its
fraternal feelings for the "peo-
ple's democracies" of Eastern
Europe. It also said that Mor-
decai Oren, principal witness in
the trial who was on an official
mission for the Mapam Party
when he visited Prague and was
arrested there, had good inten-
tions but had perhaps become
"tragically involved."
In reply to the Mapam state-
ment. Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion declared he could under-
stand the Communists who took
the position that the Soviet Un-
ion could do no wrong, but he
felt that the Mapam Party was
being hypocritical.
In his statement which was
read in Parliament and which
said that the Czech treason trial
was "permeated with the spirit
of rabid anti-Semitism," Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharet voiced
fear for the safety of the 3,500,-
000 Jews in the communist-dom-
inated countries. Describing the
Prague proceedings as "a farce
in the form of a legal trial,"
Sharett said:
"History already has passed
judgment upon those regimes
which had recourse to the bogy
of anti-Semitism in order to di-
vert the attention of the masses
of their people from their own
troubles and the failures of the
rulers and to turn their hatred
toward Jews chosen as scape-
goats."
Sharett stated that the prison-
ers who had been branded Zion-
ists in the Prague trial never
had any connection with the Zi-
onist movement and some "of
them, in fact, had persecuted Zi-
onism with a vengeance. He add-
ed that the aid received from
Czechoslovakia during the war
of liberation, for which Israel
paid in full, had been arranged
with the full knowledge and con-
sent of the heads of the Czecho-
slovak state, some of whom still
occupy high seats of power.
Envoys Never Spies
"At one stage, Israel conclud-
ed a commercial agreement with
Czechoslovakia on terms agree-
able to both parties," Mr. Shar-
ett recalled. "Israel admitted
thousands of Jews who were of-
ficially authorized t o leave
Czechoslovakia after they left
most of their property behind.
Under the terms of this com-
mercial agreement Israel paid for
a small percentage of her im-
ports from Czechoslovakia with
a limited proportion of the im-
migrants' former possessions.
"None of these operations were
performed in the dark," he un-
derlined. "They were not the re-
sult of any underhanded manipu-
lation, but of official honorable
negotiation between the accred-
ited representatives of both coun-
tries. There was no trickery in-
volved, nor any attempt to take
Memorial Tribute to Dr.
lann Weizmann, first President
I t e State of Israel who died
\ month, will be held under the
pices of the Zionist Council
i Florida on Wednesday
even ing, De-
cember 10th,
8:30 p.m., in
Flamingo Park.
Miami Beach.
Jointly parti-
cipating in the
program will be
the H a d a s ah
Chapters of
Greater Miami,
Hollywood and
Hirsch Fort Lauderdale:
the Labor Zion-
l;: .nization of America, Mi-
tni Beach, Coral Gables
Hollywood; Masada; Miz-
fhi Women's Organization;
| Miami Men and Women
and the Pioneer Wom-
II ncil.
al part of the In Mem-
F ogram will be a docu-
r"ta|y dramatisation of the life
Chaim Weizmann, written
ted by Professor Sam
I Department of Drama,
of Miami. Professoi
> will also appear in
' ntation, said early this
the Drama Quartet will
the rr.usic of Blocm
' Bi rnstein and others.
p1'' ipating in the documen-
1 "titled Chaim Weizmann,
' Of Israel, will be Edward
"ley Sachs, Morris Si-
J I s. Dorothy K. Fink. El-
| David Shapiro. Mrs.
1 an, Harold Shapiro,
1 S.krais, Miss Sylvia
j ITON (WNS)_ Ger-
Smith, notorious Jew
' der of the Chris-
Chinio, Burnett Roth, Mrs. Anna l
Brenner Myers and Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens.
Also appearing on the program j
will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, Rabbis Alfred |
Waxman. Irving Lehrman, Jo-
advantage of imagined weakness
of the opposite party or to dam-
age its vital interests it was
an agreement freely entered into
for mutual benefit.
"Israel representatives never
served as spies or agents of any
j foreign power," the Israel Min-
ister declared, adding that "only
those to whom espionage and
sabotage come naturally as a
matter of daily practice are cap-
able of conceiving that such a
fantastic charge can gain cred-
ence, and only those to whom
international relations are a
tangled web of machinations
woven in the dark can invent
stories of sinister plotting which
every civilized citizen in a free
country treats with ridicule and
contempt."
Foreign Indictment
Among those cited in the in-
dictment at the Prague trial were
Israel Premier David Ben-Gurion,
Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett and Ehud Avriel, former
Israel Minister to Czechoslovakia.
Avrael, who is now director gen-
eral of the Premier's Office in
Israel, is described as -'an Amer-
ican spy covered by the immun-
ity of Israel diplomatic pass-
ports."
The allegations linking the
State of Israel, the Zionist move-
ment and Jewish leaders with
"American imperialism" are bas-
ed on the alleged confessions of
two Israel nationals who have
seph Rackovsky and Abraham land. Congressman William C- j been under arrest in Czechoslova-
Cassel, Cantor Samuel Kele.r.er; Lantaff. Governor Fuller Warren, kia for many months. One of
and Mrs. George M. Cohen. i the mayors of all Dade and Brow- (.tn1 ,s Moi.dccai 0ren a leader
Inviterf in nttpnrl the Memo- ard Countv municipalities. Mrs. w
inviiia to atiena me Memo /*,.. j t-.,- u of the leftwing Mapam Parly in
rial Tribute are United States I L- J- McCaffrey and Di. H.I
Senators from Florida George S-! Franklin Williams, Dean of the j
Smathers, and Spessard S. Hoi- Faculty, University of Miami.
haim Weizmann Memorial On Wednesday
Israel. The other is Shimson
Continued on Page 10 A
nal Crusade, h.
I 'light the services of
I Congressman John T
I, Idaho, as head of an
'-fct.-r.itic lobbying office.
Says Law
Produces
Criticism
WASHINGTON (JTA)Sec-
ret u'y of State Dean Acheson
told President Truman's Com-
ission On Immigration and Nat-
uralization last week "that
United States immigration pol-
icy not only causes resentment ,
weakening the friendship of
some of our neighbors, but also
causes or emphasizes economic j
dislocations that weaken those |
neighbors whom we need as j
strong partners and who can j
furnish us with sites for mili-
tary bases and strategic raw
materials."
The Secretary's assertion was
| made in a statement prepared for]
' the Commission. He outlined the!
1 kincl of immigration policy the ;
State Department believes would
\ "help and not hinder us in reach-
ing the goals of our foreign pol-
i icy." Ii would be free from dis-1
crimination based on nationality i
or race, he said, and it
flexible enough to help in solv-
! ing the problem of overpopula-
tion in Europe and
scapeet from behind the Iron
! Curtain.
With reference to the M \ ar-
ras-Walter Act. s.
son said. "America's position in
the eyes of foreign :
! deeply affected."
Kane Heads 1953 CJA Campaign
Howard Kane, vice president of
the Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Beach and civic leader
here for many years, will head
the 1953 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Announcement of Kane's ap-
pointment was made by Carl
Weinkle. president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, the ag-
ency which conducts the drive
each year, following unanimous
confirmation of Federation's
Board of Governors. The Board
represents some 60 Dade County
organizations.
Kane promptly accepted the
p ition of Campaign Chairman
to tili the pi St left vacant hy Jack
Ablin who died suddenly two
weeks ago. The Campaign Cab-
inet, names of Division leaders
and dat( b of mi functions will
be announced in ten days. Kane
said.
The Appeal for the support of
m \( n local institutions and a host
of national Jewish organizations
probably will start in mid-Janu-
ary, but the date ;.nd goal have
not yet be n SI '
Kane, a vice president and di-
rt ctor i f Federation and mem-
bei of th< Budget and Executive
I as tri isurer
of Federation in 1951, and has
nany important posts in the
planning organiza-
tion.
"Food'rationing is still the rule
In Israel," the 1953 chairman told
Continued on Page 10 A
Howara Kane


PAGE 2 A
+Jewish fk>ridlk>n
Call For More
BIG Day Workers
A plea for additional volunteers
to work with the State of Israel;
Bond Campaign on BIG Day was '
issued this week to every Jewish
I rganization in the Greater Mi-
; mi area by Joe Cherner, Grand
Marsha] Of the BIG Day Drive.
Particular emphasis was placed
the fact that BIG Days which
has been officially proclaimed
'. r December 14th, will be the
i ne day on which more than 1.000
volunteers will call on 10.000
Jewish families of the area to
tell of Israel's struggle for finan-
cial independence.
All over the United States,
similar drives are being staged
in an effort to sell Bond Of Is-!
rael.
The quota set by the organiza-
tion for this area is one-quarter i
million dollars. Cherner. who has
been selected as director of the,
activities for BIG Day. declared i
that the quota is small as com- Chelsie J. Senerchia, Mayor of Miami, presents a proclama-
pared to other cities of this size.' tion for Dr. Chaim Weizmann Memorial Day to I. S. Shapoff,
"It is our responsibility as a vice chairman of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Leaders
community and a people to sur- j of all faiths will pay respect to Dr. Weizmann, first president
pass this goal." he said. ; of Israel, at a memorial meetinq in Flamingo Park, Miami
Special citations will be award- I Beach_ on Wednesday evenina. December 10th.
< vides the best record of recruits I________________
Hvrzl 1.i imp
Mvvttt Today
Thi Hadassah Herzl Discussion
'Group will meet this afternoon
at the home i;" Mrs. Bernard Sil-
A plaqui honoring Henry Ja- verman, 4588 Alton Road, Miami
cobson, A:, Kurman and D vid Beach.
e Present to I Mrs' I:v.m. Lehrman, first
" Meetini I the ,,, .. ... .,. N.:1:,,:i;ii Wom.
League of the Soul astern
' Cen,'?, i Tuesday even,i .f the Conference oi Jew-
;.nd results. A special meeting of &MJCC AlHllial
all volunteer workers has been
called for Sunday, December 7th.
11 a.m.. at the Hibiscus I
Alton Road. Miami Beach.
Meet Will Honor
Center Leaders
Center'
. ; ent
I'Hn' ( hi it! i'i'ii
:. Tom :. I .
ish Womei eaker.
Councilman Bernard A.
Frank will be coordinator for
the Men's Division of BIG
Day on Miami Beach, ac-
cording to an announcement
this week by Joseph Cherner.
Grand Marshal.. The all-day
Israel Bond Campaign has
been proclaimed for Sunday,
December 14th. A long-time
active civic leader, Council-
man Frank assumes his new
role immediately and is slat-
ed to organize some 1,000
volunteers who will call on
10,000 Jewish men and wom-
en in the Greater Miami ar-
ea. Councilman Frank is a
member of the Elks, Miami
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, Foreign Legion, Jew-
ish War Veterans and B'nai
B'rith.
tandii
u
( : I .! b Boi nstein, r<
ly appointed Cantor at Temple
Israel, will present a group of
Also scheduled is a de-
monstration of a modern dance
class m action a- presented by
the Center's adult class with
Soni Green instructing.
irman of the evening will
e Monroe Gelb. The executive
director's report will be given by
Efraim Gale.
The Nominating Committee re-
port will be mver. by Ben Essen
and names will be placed in nom-
ination for officers and Board of
Directors for the coming year.
Mrs Joseph Duntov is in charge
of the committee of host* Yithlislu'v I arum
itpvns Sviimtn
Dei Yiddisher Pot um. sponsor-
ed by the Greater Miami YIVO
Committee, opens its second
season here on Saturday even-
ing. December 6th, 8:30 p.m.. at
the Kne.-eth Israel Congregation.
This year's Forum series will
again be devoted to a varied pro-
gram of lectures, discussions and
literary evenings and lists many
prominent local guest speakers,
as well as out-of-town persona 1-
ities.
Monticello Park Meeting
M .!icello Park Congregation
will hold an election meeting on
Sunday afternoon. December 7th,
at 1 p.m., according to Jules
lion, president. Plans will also
Saturday evening's meeting
will be devoted to Jewish Booh
Month. Louis Lasavin, teacher
and Yiddish writer, will discuss:
Li rid Of J. v.'ish Life. His talk
will be based on a book of this
name by Joseph Opatoshow.
neer Won en. Clu No. l.
will sponsor a dinner for the
benefit oi the Children's Build-
ing Fund in Israel.
irman of the affair. Mrs.
Sophie Kiantz. indicated in an
announcement this week, that the
dinner will be on Sunday eve-
ning, December 7th, 6 p.m.. at
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant.
Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach.
Announce New
Winter Camp
Registration for the Winter
Day Camp program of the Beach
Branch. Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, opened on
Wednesday and will continue
through December 10th. accord-
ing to Mrs. Harriet Cohen, chair-
: in of the Junior Program Com-
mits I
The camp program provides for
five day a week, Monday
through Friday care of children
from a.m. to f> p.m. Children
will be picked up and delivered
home
A regular home camp program
is provided which includes arts
and crafts, dramatics, dancing,
music, athletics and story-telling
Billig, Schwartz Named
The Miami and Miami Beach
public relations firm of M. C
Billig and Gerald Schwartz has I
been named to handle the pub-1
licity and public relations pro- I
gram for the Second Annual Mi-1
imi Beach Home Show. Entitled I
An Adventure In Tropical I.iv-
Manya Gitzis and Beryl Mi r-
call for methods of integrating I rison will give dramatii rei 'n& thi show el for the Mi
Jewish families into the|ings. Dr. M. J. Glick will pre- ami Beach Auditorium on Febru-j
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Varsity in the Second Annual
Brandeis University Classic to-
I morrow. December 6th, 8:15 p.m..
at Miami Beach's Memorial
Field. 11th and Alton Road.
The team from Brandeis Uni-
versity, the first Jewish-sponsor-
ed, non-sectarian institute of
higher learning, arrived here
Wednesday night with their
coach. Benny Friedman, all-time
football "great" who is director
of athletics at Brandeis.
According to Bennie Ganes
and Harold Turk, co-chairmen
of the event, a crowd of more
than 17.000 persons is expected
to witness the annual gridiron
classic. They urged residents of
Greater Miami to support the
event.
Tickets are on sale at the
downtown ticket office of the
University of Miami; Farr Tours,
23rd and Collins, Miami Beach;
and Fu Manchu Restaurant, Mi-
ami Beach. Tickets will also be
sold on the night of the game
at the Memorial Field box of-
fice.
Among those working on the
Executive Committee are Al Jac-
obs, Walter Jacobs, Lou Gold,
Herbert Gimbel. Hank Meyer,
Carl Gardner, James Ruby and
Abe Allenborg.
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.mbers Of American Rabbinical
uncil Meet; Rabbi Adams Specks
JlJ^stncrkUari
PAGE G A
LCal Riibbis who are mem-
! of the Rabbinical Council of
\env,i met late last week at
I Strath Haven Hotel, Miami
lch, to honor the president of
I national organization, Rabbi
lodore Adams.
embers discussed the forma-
(if a Rabbinical Council of
later Miami which would help
llement the local scene for
n,l and regional programs
[;,,, irganization.
freeting the affiliated Rabbis
. Habbi Adams indicated in
blk that American Jewry "is
sner Unveiling
ledu-ation of a monument to
1 memory of the late Leo Ros-
formerly of 2600 SW 24th
tace, will take place Sunday,
iember 7th, 2:30 p.m., at Mt.
\o Cemetery with Rabbi Ab-
tm Sachs officiating. Mr.
fcer is survived by his wife,
ljan. two daughters, Harriet
1 Susan, four brothers, Martin,
te, Joseph and Jacob, also one
fer, Mrs. Sarah Weiss of Bay-
e, New Jersey. Arrangements
f in charge of Palmer's Miami
hument Company. Friends
relatives are asked to be
ent.
fern Unveiling
|h-' didication of a monument
fchi memory of the late Sam-
Stein of Miami, will take
be Sunday, December 7th, 1
l at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with
pbi Simon April officiating.
, Stern is survived by his wife,
ia; one son. Jack Stern of De-
it: a daughter, Ann Cook of
Imi, and two grandchildren,
bice and Burton. Arrange-
nts are in charge of Thurmond
nument Company. Friends
relatives are asked to be
cnt.
lid Reception For
limark-Sedletzky
he Workmen's Circle Branch
692. its Women's Club and
Y. L Peretz School, Miami
cli. are arranging a reception
D Neimark-Sedletzky, writ-
and critic, tonight at 8 p.m.,
the Lyceum, 25 Washington
Bnue.
Jwurk-Sedletzky is now con-
ins a lecture tour through
S. uthern District comprising
Alabama, Georgia,
inana, Texas and Florida.
W'- the Friday reception, which
II be tendered under the aus-
e il the Joseph Baskin Cul-
al Forums, Neimark-Sedlet-
will speak on the subject:
>ish Problems In Today's
rid.
te will also be guest of honor
the Y. L. Peretz Miami School
nquct on Sunday, December
i. 154S SW 3rd Street, and will
one of the speakers at the
ntemporary Jewish Literature
rum, arranged by the Jewish
ok Council of Greater Miami,
Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m., at
| Town Branch, Greater Mi-
Jewish Community Center.
Joseph Duntov is chairman of
District.
returning more and more to tra-
ditional religious Judaism."
The Rabbi based his statement
on observations made during his
extensive travel throughout the
country.
"The glamour and convenienc-
es of compromising denomina-
tions are giving way," Rabbi Ad-
ams declared, "to the realization
that Judaism must be religious
by conviction and that efforts
are constantly being developed
toward reaching high standards."
The national president's dis-
cussion also made reference to
the regional and local programs
initiating Join A Synagogue
movements and stimulating in-
terest in religious education and
in the observance of Kashruth.
Local Rabbis who participated
included Rabbis Moses Meschel-
off, Joseph Rackovsky, S. T.
Swirsky and Alexander Gross.
Sending greetings by wire were
Rabbis Abraham Cassel and
Meyer Rosenbaum, Chief Rabbi
of Havana, Cuba.
Current plans call for travel-
ling Rabbis to bring traditional,
orthodox services to isolated
Florida communities, Rabbi Ad-
ams said at a subsequent talk at
the Strath Haven. Itinerant Rab-
bis from congregations here will
soon be scheduled to make regu-
lar trips throughout the state.
Local Rabbis affiliated with the Rabbinical Council of America meet at the Strath Haven Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, to discuss plans for formation of a Rabbinical Council of Greater Miami.
Shown above discussing this problem are (left, clockwise) Rabbis Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth
El Congregation; Joseph Rackovsky, Beth Tfilah Congregation; Theodore Adams, presider.t
of the national organization and principal speaker at the meeting; Moses Mescheloff, Beth
Jacob Congregation; and Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy.
Apartment Owners Name Moss Unveiling
Lesser To Chest Drive
Alfred A. Lesser, first vice
president of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association, has been
appointed chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach Apartment House Di-
vision of the Community Chest,
it was announced by Daniel M.
Broad, president.
witz, of New Orleans. Mr. M;ss
was a member of Masonic Lodge,
Mahi Shrine, Jewish War Veter-
ans, American Legion Post No.
85, BPO Elks No. 948, Mccuie
Lodge and Eagles of Trenton,
New Jersey, also a member of
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, and Disabled War Veter-
ans. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late John Jac-
ob Moss, formerly of 1920 SW
32nd Place, will take place Sun-
day, December 7th, 1:30 p.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi
Morris A. Skop officiating. Mr.
Moss is survived by his wife, Sa-
dye, and three sisters, Mrs. Jack
Pallot, Mrs. Phil Marshall, both of
Miami, and Mrs. Morris Yankelo-1 are asked to be present.
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Halo: Tin- Ked iwl
Moscow's humanitarians have had their
brand of social justice carried out swiitly and
to the letter of Communist law. The fourteen
Czech renegades charged with treason a-
gainst the Kremlin's very ambitious Over-
lord and with "international Zionism" were
declared guilty within a week after their
willing "confessions".
The whole Prague affair is enshrouded
in an aura of breathlessness. For one thing,
the detailed exposes of the principals lasted
long enough to try the patience even of Red
respiratory systems. For another? the process
of confession is hardly new to the Russian
soul; apparently, the Soviets have failed to
purge themselves of this traditional charac-
teristic.
Now that their evil instincts have been
brought to public attention, openly admitted
and atoned for. only the process of punish-
ment remains to make the cycle complete.
In this regard, as well, the aura of breathless-
ness will continue. Death by hanging is the
verdict of Communist retribution for those who
will not be reduced to robot thinking.
Until the moment of punishment early
Wednesday, the Czech victims had time to
ponder over the folly of their past. Most of
them Jews, they could view uneasily the early
rejection of their faith in the Godless name
of another. Acting treasonably against the
humanity and love of their religion in favor
of the inhumanity and hatred of Sovietism.
they died branded traitors by their espoused
ideology.
Too late did these Czechs see that they
had been betrayed by the monster they help-
ed create. All ardent Communists, devout
defilers of Zion, they nurtured heedlessly
their right to personal expression. But per-
sonal expression is no value for the Kremlin.
"The pupils of the Soviet school must
realize that the feeling of Soviet patriotism is
saturated with irreconcilable hatred toward
1he enemies of socialist society. Hatred gives
birth to class revolutionary vigilance and cre-
ates a feeling of irreconcilability toward the
class enemy; the weakening of such vigil-
ance undermines the cause of the socialist
revolution. It is necessary to learn, not only
to hate the enemy, but ... to destroy him."
This extract is from a Soviet book. Peda-
gogy, by B. T. Yesipov and N. K. Goncharov,
approved in 1946, for the use in educating
teachers. The Czech statesmen, once in Rus-
sian grace and now in its "Siberia", should
have read such passages with an eye toward
their own cultural heritage.
Now, they have died as conspiring Zion-
ists. We suppose that Red, double-talking
ambition can never be satisfied.
Itll. Ilav Hero

BIG Day will be on us before we know it.
December 14th. is just nine days away. Bond
officials here are currently seeking to enlis'.
1,000 volunteers for the door-to-door cam-
paign, and local residents can not afford to
ignore their call.
Two things will be necessary on BIG Day
our earnest effort to enlist subscribers for
the S500,000,000 Israel Bond Independence
Issue and our own purchases of these bonds
to the limit of our financial ability. It is as
simple as that.
Failure to support either and preferrably
both these needs will mean that we are will-
ing to let Israel's economic future flounder
on the current, unpredictable waters of
chance.
THE ROSENBERG CASE
The 20 Israeli Rabbis who for-
warded a clemency petition to
President Truman on behalf of
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, con-
victed spies, were no doubt mov-
ed by the highest of motives
mercy. Yet, it seems they were
guilty of forgetting the Talmudic
adage about sages' guarding their
words when they counselled the
President that it was unimagin-
able that "Jews anywhere in the
A Teat i'ast-
New York vacation resorts are getting
around a 1943 ruling that declares the term
"restricted" in hotel advertising a violation
of the State Civil Rights Law.
As an alternative, the resorts have taken
to employing the phrases "near churches"
and "bus to churches". Presumably, the word-
ing is intended to discourage Jewish clientele
from seeking accommodations at such va-
cation spots.
Early this week, the American Jewish Con-
gress took action against two hotel owners
who have been incorporating the question-
able phrases into their advertising.
It will be interesting for us here to watch
the outcome of this test case. As a vacation
resort area, Miami may learn how to deal
with its own civil rights violators who operate
in our midst according to the principles of a
silent Gentlemen's Agreement. ^__

James G. %<*
IV>w Faces ....; >
The acceptance of Howard Kane as chair-
man of the 1953 Combined Jewish Appeal
Drive here is announced this week.
A youthful but active Miami civic leader.
Kane fills the shoes of Mr. Jack Ablin who
died last month on the eve of his own ap-
pointment to that office. With the memory
in mind of his late, esteemed predecessor
and the causes that depend upon a success-
ful campaign, we are confident that Kane
will conduct an aggressive drive during the
months to come.
We hope this appointment will continue
a pattern for further communal action, where
new faces and energetic persons increasingly
assume the role of leadership in concerted,
area efforts on behalf of numerous causes.
This is a tribute to their intelligence, ability
and endurance all necessary character-
istics for competent communal endeavor.
New leaders, added leadership and expand-
ed thinking must be found if this growing
community is to continue its growth "com-
munally speaking" as it does in terms ol pop-
ulation.
Opportunity for this new and added lead-
ership to learn and assume responsibility will
depend on the future attitudes and actions
of our present leaders who have carried the
heavy burdens these many years.
Kane's assumption of a major role as 1953
CJA chairman, we hope, will be the forerun-
ner of this trend.
THIS MUST BE STOPPED!
During The Week ... a i s
Br LEO MINDLIN
FORMER AMBASSADOR TO ISRAEL
spoke before members of the construction trades'jail e
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould. A Jolly fen !
slowly arriving guests with a hearty handshake and ro* he"
I was anxious to hear his views on two topics or'"8 ^
significance and drew him out between requests for aj^2a
popping cameras. Mr. McDonald listened to mv fj,st Q gra!*U
relative impatience, so anxious was be to answer. Ther''**
trials in Czechoslovakia seemed pivotally important he ^
hastened to add that their anti-Semitic reason for being ^^
ent from other Jew-witch hunts of recent history as<
"I don't believe the Russians are interested jn am .
as such," Mr. McDonald said. This is fundamentally true
extermination campaign, for example, was biologic Th
Soviet blood-letting, on the other hand, is international6'
and political diplomacy operating on its most reprehensible?"
Mr. McDonald emphasized further the distinction in <
method between the Nazi and Communist efforts. The 'q9^
he said, regarded Jewish extinction as an end in itself Ja
Moscow-led trials in Prague point out the Soviet desire hf
unrest in the Near East and to disguise their failure with C
slovakian Red indoctrinates.
Making mention of Bulgaria's Ana Pauker and her deooaJ
some eight months ago, Mr. McDonald indicated that hers was i
haps the first obvious instance of the impending Russian war Jil
"international Zionism". Thus, this belated anti-Semitic rjtbSI
has all the earmarks of a brutally calculated intellectual rroJ
which the Jews are being used to advance Communism? jeai
Such a turn of events should not have been unexpected. ThiseiT
are intimately acquainted with Russian inspired methods kr.ewJ
beforehand that impersonal abstraction and the amoral belief tall
whatever works is right are the fundamental precepts of Krenjl
garbled Marxism.
* e
MR. McDONALD CAME HERE to sell Israel Bonds. Ha J
before the construction men was geared to their specific uterejl
and surveyed aspects of the new state's building program. lulls
regard, I was anxious to determine if the former Ambassador Ml
that next month's change in the White House would mean a chasj
in American State Department attitude toward the Near Et
Taking the optimistic attitude that US foreign policy would ay
sume its bi-partisan stand now that the bitterness of the recall
election campaign was over, Mr. McDonald (for the record) si
that he anticipated a continuation of this nation's friendship extesi-
ed Israel especially. He based his position on the fact that pastfv-;
eign aid cuts did not include cuts in Congressional allocabsii
scheduled for the Jewish democracy and that Presidcnt-elec: DineJ
D. Eisenhower's Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, ha: m\
positive force in the UN partition of Palestine.
Indeed, Mr. McDonald cited a passage in his book, Mv Mist
To Israel, where he appraised his 30-year friendship with Mr. Dof
while listing' five basic positions the latter took with regard!
Great Britain, the Moslem World, the "probability'' of enerpd
of a Jewish state, Arab strength as opposed to Israeli anr.ypMJ
tial and America's role in each category.
As I see it, Mr. Dulles' attitude toward partition was fa:k|
sympathetic and one filled with misgiving. Even Mr. McDoui
summation shows that. Our next Secretary of State submitted*;
agreement for partition not on the basis of belief but becauall
understood that the world would inevitably be facing an i.t
plished fact. The reality of existence conclusively indicated*!
Palestine Jews could defeat a spiritually impoverished and ignotit
Arab League and that it would no longer hesitate to bring to ta-
ition the Zionist dream even if combat were necessary.
e e e
CLEARLY. MR. DULLES' COOPERATION was the KM
an expedient decision. If Mr. McDonald continues to insist that
change in America's Near Eastern policy should be expected"
stand can only be attributed to the fact that his statesmanship in-
vents him from saying otherwise.
For it is a foregone conclusion that conservative Mr. Dullest
bring to the State Department traditional Republican visionsoH
["European and Asiatic status quo. This can only mean a cow*
US effort to contain the ambitions of all sides by supporting
General Eisenhower, in typical French Revolution manner, has*
ready aroused the East's wrath by saying, "Let Asians kill Asa*
So far as the Israel-Arab difference of opinion is concerne-i l
better can Moslem discontent be allayed than by a newly D|
American attitude toward the Jewish state which involve; i j
tension of this hands-off policy?
foreign aid cute to the youthful democracy will direct a sfljl
of critical blows at its upbuilding programs and make it n '^j
nerable than it has previously been to attack by hostile n;:j; J
In light of such future occurrence, Moscow's foul tactics i-- I
last week gain increasing significance. And as usual, the I
to be failing once more in the Communist chess game of inten
al intellectualizing. ^yl
Mr. McDonald's plea at the Gould residence last Sund'' JJtJ
his stated optimism. In impassioned terms, he begged r I
of the $500,000,000 Israel Bond Issue here. Purchase of te I
is now more important than ever, and BIG officials need I
wholehearted cooperation. The chain of experience eurrent ^j
ing against the Jewish, state's future reaches into each of I
ly. Israel Bonds represent a partial answer to Kremlin N
it ism and expedient diplomacy.
Off The Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
world, and especially in a glor-
ious country like the United
States, should act against the in-
terests of the state." The fact re-
mains that the Rosenbergs were
convicted after a trial under
which they were given all the
safeguards granted by the con-
stitution to all citizens. They
were indicted under legal process.
They were tried by a jury of their
peers and.^fter conviction, were
given every opportunity of appeal
to the highest court. It may have
been questionable wisdom on the
part of the trial judge to have
imposed so harsh a sentence as
death, but that was a matter for
the court to decide, and the de-
cision, no doubt, was made on re-
ports to which the public had no
access. Their crime may have
been more serious even than the
trial evidence indicated.
I, for one, have no use for the
Rosenbergs and their ilk who
would betray America for strange
ideologies. As far as I am con-
cerned, they stand convicted of
the most reprehensible crime-
betrayal of country. There are,
however, some extenuating cir-
cumstances, though they do not
arise from the trial and the evi-
Ml
denoe. In the first pla* J
crime was committed *J
peace, and few are tij^ ^
circua*5
the f
&>\
ed under such
Secondly, there are "" ^
and the children of the a *
couple. Thirdly. '< t;0fl
bergs have the "j*^!
government has bee ^ j
wring from them- d* ^,1
their lips forever. Ana. .
favor clemency, as an op^
capital punishment.


jAY. DECEMBER 5, 1952
*Jewist Fhrkifon
PAGE 5 A
leal Hadassah Chapters Will Celebrate
mrietta Szold Day Here December 8th
Fbi
Kh
in
[r
3.000 members from 111
! the Greater Miami)
l, of Hadassah will cele-
fY birthday of the Wom-
|/ ni I Organization's found-
I Ha Szold, on Monday,
L th.
| ial groups arc schedul-
k Henrietta Szold Day
OIU and Fashion Shows
. i(| in various Miami
hotels and at homes of
I members.
:.. E. Lubin will be chair-
the Deborah Chapter's
I the San Souci Hotel.
I, will be by the Ann Peff-
; studio. Harriet Stroke Fash-
Plnto Furs will be high-
btt'd at the Herzl Group meet-
rding to Mrs. Colman
i and Mrs. S. Barr Berman,
Icha^man, in the Delano Ho-
h, nna Senesch Group will
t al noon in the .Saxony Hotel
vii sportswear by Sandra
t. v. ning wear by Louis Haf-
and hildren's wear by Minor
lie- said Mrs. Herman Reis.
lan, in an announcement
s week,
rs. Murray Weil will be
Jrman of the Stephen Wise
apt. Luncheon and Fash-
S .. consisting ,of Fieree
at the Monte Carlo
el Mount Scopus Chapter
. Henrietta Szold Day
Hh individual luncheons in
mbi rs' homes, under the gen-
; supervision of Mrs. Edward
nd Mrs. Harold Binder.
Benni ;ta Szold Chapter will
!\v Margaret Newman fashions
d Pii i Furs at the Shore Club
Hadassah Calendar
Monday, December 8th
DEBORAH: Luncheon and Ruth.
lon Show, sin Houcl Hotel,
HERZL: Luncheon and l-\,-iii..i,
Shi w. K,- ,, Hotel
Hanna senesch: Luncheon and
Paxhlon Hhuw, Saxony Hotel.
Stephen wise: Luncheon and
Fashion STiow, Monte Carlo Ho-
MOUNT SCOPUS: Luncl.....na In
-tiM-tni',-1 v homes,
Henrietta SZOLD: Luncheon
and raanion Show, Shore Club
ISRAELI: Luncheon :ii the Roney
Plain Hotel.
miami b & P: Card Party at the
Miami Home- .Milk Producers.
shaloma: Luncheon and Card
Party, Lord TarJeton Hotel,
MIAMI BEACH BAP: Card Par.
ty. Johnlna Hotel, Sunday. De-
cember Tth.
menorah: Lunch.....i, Blscayne
Terrace Hotel,
Hotel, with Mrs. Harry Rogers
acting as chairman. Mrs. Max
Weitz will be guest speaker be-
fore members of the Israeli
Chapter at a Luncheon scheduled
for the Roney Plaza Hotel. The
Szold Day program will include
songs by Mrs. Fred Riebel, star
of the Miami Opera Guild, who
will be accompanied by Mrs. M.
Edel. Mrs. A. Malkin is chair-
man of the affair.
PearJ Kornfeld will chair the
observance of the Miami Busi-
ness and Professional Chapter
at the Miami Home Milk Pro-
ducers.
The Lord Tarlton Hotel will be
the city of the Shaloma Chap-
ibiscus Masons Announce Officers;
dney Teller Is Worshipful Master
meeting of Hibiscus
Igi i. 275. F. & A.M., Miami
Bel :i Tuesday, officers were
r the year 1952.
Bidm Teller will serve as
ful Master. Teller has
en Florida resident for the
Bl ii years, having come
n Stanford, Connecti-
became a Mason in 1944.
married and lives with
Stella, and their daugh-
9 West 40th Street, Mi-
i. Teller is manager of
C L- ,,r Shop in Miami.
1 fficers are Herbert Gut-
- nior Warden: Malvin
>gl :. Junior Warden; Na-
nii ';. Kirsch, treasurer, and
> 1. Waitzkin, secretary.
and Waitzkin are each
their fifth consecutive
B i office. The remaining
Ibis officers will be appoint-
! by Teller in the near future.
" mg the election meeting,
meeting of the Hibiscus hold-
^ C ipany, owners of the Hi-
|BCUi L idge Building, was held,
Jid annual election of of-
' >k place.
Thi .llowing were elected to
tiid -, serve for the ensuing
iar:
Teller, president; Her-
itman, first vice presi-
Wt; Herman R. Mechlowitz,
president; Louis Gil-
isurer; and Julian Neu-
uer, secretary.
^ I to three-year terms as
Miami Convalescent Home
iy m Care to the Elderly and
wonically III. 24.Hour Nursing Serv-
f|y,peclal Diets Strictly Observed.
M nd Semi.Private Rooms.
LEO ALLEN. Director
S.W. 12th Avenue
-nones 2-5437 and 9-0278
Shown above are chairmen of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah H-Day, who will
lead their aroups in ,observing the birthday of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization. Seated (left to right) are the Mesdames Stanley Freedmaa,
L. E. Lubin, L. Wolpe. Coleman Olen and S. Bar Berman. Standing (left to right) are the
Mesdames Julian Weinkle. Murray Weil, Florence Berkowitz, Leo Chaikin, Herman Ries,
Harry Rogers and Lillian Goodman. H-Day is set for Monday, December 8th.
ter's Luncheon, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Jack Ber-
nard, president. Mrs. Florence
Berkowitz is chairman and will
present Mrs. Milton Sirkin, vice
president of the Florida Region,
as principal speaker.
Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's Chapter
will celebrate H-Day on Sunday,
December Tth, 8:30 p.m., at the
Johnina Hotel, while the Menor-
ah Chapter's observance will be
on Monday, noon, at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel.
In charge of reservations for
the Menorah observance are Mrs.
Julian Weinkle and Mrs. Stan-
ley Freedman. A radio script de-
picting the life of Henrietta
Szold will be presented. Also
scheduled is a Fashion Show fea-
turing apparel by Althea, Moth-
ers Beautiful and Hats of Coral
Gables and prepared by Mrs. Joel
Meyer. A modern ballet entitled, j
A Shopping Trip To Paris, by.
Terez Nelson, will round out the ]
program.
Born in 1860, the oldest daugh-
ter of Baltimore's Rabbi Benja-
min Szold, the founder of Hadas-
sah devoted the greater part of
her life serving mankind. She
organized and taught the first
classes of Jewish immigrants in
this country, formed the nucleus
of the Women's Zionist Organ-
ization and in 1933, when she
was 73, went into Nazi Germany
and brought out the first group
of some 50,000 children.
These, Henrietta Szolfl settled
in Israel through Hadassah's
Youth Aliyah movement.
Countless functions will be
held by Hadassah chapters all
over America and Puerto Rico on
Monday. In most instances, mon-
ey raised at these affairs will g")
to Youth Aliyah.
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10th ST. and COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
AIR-CONDITIONED DINING ROOM AND LOBBY
Social Hall Swimming Pool Schul on Premises
Strictly High Class Strictly Kosher
UNDER GARTENBERG and SCHECHTER MANAGEMENT
Catering for Banquets, Weddings and Bar Mitzvahs
Sidney Teller
directors were Raymond E. Fein-
er. Nathan Serota, Max Platau,
Sol Goldstrum and Morris Rabin-
owitz.
Norman Greenberg was elected
to fill a vacated one-year post as
Director.
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I^lfECEMBE,,
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HELEN ALPERT

ttA
TIP:
Keep a keen eye on coming issues of THE JEWISH FLORID-
IAN. New type, format, lively illustrations and provocative local
features will be handing exciting content to this pioneer publica-
tion! They'll be teamed to the specialized international news and
commentary you can get nowhere else.
Already set in the Chanukah issue is Ruth C. Brotman's by-
lined account of Israel's first Music Festival, in which she quietly
siarred (although she'll deny it). This story will fill in what she
cculdn't possibly include in the sprightly interview you may have
caught on Harold Shapiro's "Meet Your Neighbor" program, part
of Morris Nasatir's WINZ Sunday show.
IN QUICK TEMPO:
Top songwriter Nat Simon is being visited this week by top
. nan Jimmy Kennedy, whose hits include "Red Sails in the
it" and "Isle of Capri." Kennedy's wife is Constance Car-
r, now the Gertrude Lawrence lead in "King and I". English-
Kennedy laboriously drove in. His spouse is smarter she
the wings of a songbird.
When I chatted about them with Owen Harrison, Gwen said
tried to talk to Kennedy last year, but couldn't reach through.
'1 .. got him locked in the bedroom," said his wife. "And I won't
im eut until he writes a song." .
A Bar Mitzvah in Manhattan telescoped Syd Cohen there for a
lays While she's gone, teenage son Donald's at then President
son hobi bbing Bftei school with his crony and classmate
Israel Glamorous Florry Loeb ought to be dubbed "Loeb
and Behold!" she probably did more to impress realtors el the
rtcent convention than all of officialdom. When Our Town became
the topic. Florry not only spontaneously created a guided tour, but
ch-.axed it with a cock:ail party in her beautiful home And
plenty of those delegates were from California .
iterioi deci rat ir Chris Barton is now at Burdine's Hand-
invitations ann lunce the Hotel Algiers- preview for Mondaj
frock with
Best man wa
with ushers

3
I-
Esther Angerman Weds Jack (iaisoTi
Pittsburgh Rites At William |w, u,, .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Angerman. 575 Lakevie n '
Beach, announce the wedding of their daughter Esth *' ^
Gaiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gaiser, C>lumh toJ*
solemnizing rites were performed last Sunday in Pit."!.' Ohio-
Sylvan!., with Rabbi H. H. Hailperin officiating"ii JIT*
Penn Hotel.
Attired in candlelight satin,
to her at her confirmation, under
white orchids and lillies of the
valley Her veil of illusion fell
from a satin Juliet cap trimmed
by seed pearls.
Streamers of her corsage were
trimmed with pearls from her
mother's wedding dress. She bor-
rowed a handkerchief which had
been used by her sister and her
cousin on their wedding days.
M lid of honor at the double-
| ring, candlelight ceremony was
'Miss Florence Angerman. Mrs.
Burton W. Klein was matron of
honor. Attendants were Mrs.
Max Williams and Miss Florence
\ Silver in waltz-length frocks of
| irridescent blue taffeta.
Miss Robyn Beckman was
t,n at the Wi
the bride carried a Bible,
flower girl and wore a de,
white shortie IlM
^Jdward LfSg
5. Burton W 9
Edward Perry. Phllllp J
and Irving Fox. T
Following a motor tour rfi
York State and Washingto,,
the couple will be
Columbus. Ohio.
at hone]

^EIPLE AND NEWS:
51 II a glittei i v er b< ing "Boss foi
- Ru'.hie Sindall SI I pped ever so cautiously into a Beach
Council session, studied the agenda, and frowned heavily at
on. She was gripp I, however, by the presentations of
y Plissner and Siegfried Geismai Plissner is crusading for
ambulance ipatlj staffed j medicos alert to emergency tech-
t his knowledgi Plissner rode New York's Roose-
: Hospit bulances for 5 day.-.. His statistics and
'. si ik le .
truly an eloquent speaker, head- a reactivated civic
board dedi ati i currentlj to better bus service, This is
>se issui where everybody .hum- it's the other fella who's
'ami Geismar's industry in ferreting out the facts strongly
"<''' doz k I perhaps the community's solution to
i ssive striki is I uj up the bus business and run things them-
-
ON THE BEAT:
Always radiant, and fascinatingly so over her music, is Lillian
Nelson. Radiant rooter in the background is her best friend, her
.--iband Irving, from whom she briefly parted to get to Fort Ben-
.r.g and see their lieutenant son last week New room-mate
at the 2BT house in Gainesville is Austin Bernstein of Miami.
He'll share quarters with Bud Levin, young architect. Bud drop-
Fd in for turkey and trimmins with his mother Rae. helping her
-:ve over the weekend from the San Juan up to 86th Street.
S.-e'll be staying with longtime Chicago friends, the Neross family.
Just arrived for the winter are Dr. and Mrs. Sam Eder. Detroit.
:; be joined by an ailing nephew and his wife. So they've taken
i large apartment near the King Cole.
That man Al Lesser is copping prizes left and right. Placing
trust) Staff in charge of his adjusters- office, he scoured the
.d for Chamber of Commerce memberships, grabbing 'em by the
Mrs. Jerome Azrikan
Seidner, Azrikan
Ceremony Al (tables
Miss Mona Seidner and Jer-
ome Karl Azrikan were married
on November 15th. with Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader
of the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter, officiating at the double-ring
ceremony.
Newlywed Mrs. Azrikan is the [-Sunday.
daughter of Mrs. Lea Seidner,
. n,,.- 1.H0 Douglas Road. Cora Gables,
a Da> as bigtime newspaper I u ., ,
1 Her mother and her brother, Jul-
ius, gave her in marriage.
Mr. Azrikan is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Azrikan. 1830
SW 22nd Terrace.
Attending the couple at the!
findings ceremony were Miss Pearl Frisch
and Robert Seidner.
A reception followed the wed-
ding rites at the Coral Gables
Center. At the conclusion of their
trip to Cuba, the couple will re-
side at 1629 SW 13th Street.
ul.
LEADER:
Interesting, indeed, is the career of Howard Kane. 1953 chair-
.en for Combined Jewish Appeal. It was a good providence that
wafted the family here from Providence. R.I. Six-foot Kane. Mer-
cirtile Bank veepee. literally marched up from the ranks, exactly
cr he did in the Army, starling Federation work as a volunteer
tr.dging the streets and ringing doorbells. The Kane residence is
ca upper Meridian Avenue, satisfactorily occupied by Mrs. Eileen
:<3.ne and posterity Priscilla Ann. Carol Sue and David Paul
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS:
The entire newspaper fraternity admires Milt Malakoff and the
:1s for Israel office for acquiring such a publicist as Dak Stern
brings to the Job excellent news handling.
A series of surprises is being unveiled in "Brigadoon ", in the
lhape 'lovely) of startlingly beautiful co-eds like Sandi Jo Borten
pledging AEPhi) and Sally Singer: and introducing the appealing
Lcla Ruth. The premiere disclosed faults likely to be remedied
;:er this week. An incredibly slow pace lay in the baton, every-
z-dy felt. It's a huge production, and later audiences will prob-
tc.y have as much fun as the cast .
Martie and Seul Chaftez took this Ring Theatre event as the
c^ebralion for Mattie's birihday. and a bunch of us hung around
v :h her until the clock ticked past 12. so we could yell "Happy
Birthdayl" for December 2nd Murray Weinlraub drifted on
:.-e horizon, es did newlyweds Will Crockett and Becky Ybanei.
.:h their stunning daughter Susan .
Annual Dinner-Dance
A Second Annual Dinner-
Dance will be held by the Great-
el Miami Chapter, National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
on Sunday evening. December
7th. 7 p.m.. at the Clover Club.
according to an announcement
early this week by Ruth K. Al-
ter.
Cardiac Benefit
A Theater Benefit will be held
for the Dade Cardiac Hospital
during the week of December
15th through 20th. at the Canb
Theater. Evelyn Decky is in
charge of the affair.
Rita Horwitz, .Joseph
Singer Rites Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Horwitz,
Milwaukee. Wisconsin, announce
the : >rthcoming marriage of their
daug ter, Rita Rose, to Joseph
Harold Singer, son of Mr. and
Mrs A raham K. Singer. 1446
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach.
The ceremony will be held on
December 7th, in the
study of Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the .Miami I
Beach Jewish Center. A reception I
will follow at the Monte Carlo
Hotel from 3 to 5 p.m.
Miss Horwitz is a graduate of
the Milwaukee State Teachers'
College and has studied for the
Masters degree at Chicago and
Columbia Universities. She also
spent a year abroad, studying in
France.
Mr. Singer is a graduate of the
University of Florida and is co-
owner of the Airko Air Condi-
tioning Company here.
The bride-elect's father is
Editor of the Jewish Press.
Mrs. Jack Gaiser
Tifereth Israel Dinner
Some one hundred members
will attend the Installation Din-
ner on Sunday, December 7th.
7:30 p.m., of the Sisterhood and
Congregation Tifereth Israel
Northside Center Officers. Ben
Essen will be toastmaster.
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^AY. DECEMBER 5, 1952
*JB**MlIkr*mm
PAGE 7 A
WESTVIEW OPENS FIFTH SEASON
\V.: Stanley Davidson
Davidson Will
In Miami
Ruth Pett and Stanley
were wed on Novem-
at the Lincoln Manor.
|i ing Lehrman, spiritual
: the Miami Beach Jew-
. officiated,
le is the daughter of
Irs. Abraham Pett, 1228
nue, Miami Beach. Mr.
is the son of Mr. and
n Davidson, 710 SW
|A nue, and Montreal, Can-
sister, Mrs. Gor-
3 iskey, was matron of
Maid 'if honor was Miss
?:. IS,
attendants were Mrs.
tt, the bride's sister-in-
.-. Bernard Kaloff and
I r Rubin.
. :i for his brother was
Davidson. Ushers were
is, Harry Pett, the
'.lit:-. Stanley Scher,
ri Kaloff and Lester Rub-
rig a honeymoon trip to
re! the couple will be at
I6B N'W 2nd Street.
tirls Niniassah
\iirs ISviivir
Beach Business and
l Women of Hadassah
Wednesday evening, at
na Hotel.
i tker was Louis Sch-
j' if the Bureau of Jew-
t< tion, who presented a
{ \ on: Island Of The In-
uika Dinner Will
n Memoriam
bditional Ch^nuka Dinner
'Id by the Pioneer Wom-
No 2. on Sunday eve-
mber 14th, 6 p.m., at
reeth Israel Congregation,
B< ach.
I will be in memory
er of Mrs. Joseph
Mo tzi t Hapalat chair-
club.
ge of arrangements are
- Ha Jacobs, Jacob
-lara Weinstock, Mollie
N"t Ostrov and Miss Ida
-' a n Committee in-
! Manya Shubov and
im Shedroff.
sdye G. Rose
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-' in faat servlce for
Th9rmogr,pn#- pHnt.d
Photographed here are so-
cially prominent members of
the Westview Country Club
who turned out last Saturday
night for the Club's gala fifth
season opening. Shown top
left (left to right) are Mrs.
Harold Landfield, Mr. Land-
fieild. newly elected presi-
dent, and Mrs. Harold Rand.
Standing is Dr. Harold Rand,
head of the Activities Com-
mittee, as the group chats.
Right are Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Weintraub, immediate
past president of Westview.
Second from the top (left to
right) are Mrs. Henry Ho-
hauser, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lux. Mrs. Hohauser. Mrs. Leo
Radoff, Mr. Radoff and Mr.
and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, host and hostess to
the group at the table. West-
view's newly elected officers
chat in the photograph third
from the top. Shown (left to
right) are Hal Pelton, vice
president, Magnus Altmayer,
treasurer, Joseph Weintraub,
vice chairman of the Board,
and Sid Meyer, vice presi-
dent. Below, the new officers
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Matz,
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin
and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pol-
lack as they chat in the
Country Club's spacious
rooms. Mrs. Leonard Abess
(right) is being congratulated
by A. A. Unger, her father,
in the photograph second
from the bottom on her rec-
ent victory in the Women's
Handicap Tournament. Mr.
Abess proudly looks on.
Shown (bottom) enjoying a
humorous remark by Sam
Heiman (right) are (left to
right) Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Feinstein, Mrs. Sam Heiman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick
and Mrs. Henry Sprintz. Mrs.
Sprintz whispers a humorous
anecdote of her own.
Claude fie Sorel
Appears In Concert
The Miami Music Club pre-
sented Claudette Sorel in a con-
cert at the Miami Senior High
School Auditorium on Wednes-
day evening.
The Paris-born pianist ap-
peared in conjunction with the
Club's new policy of scheduling
performances here by winners of
the Young Artists Award under
the auspices of the National Fed-
eration of Music Clubs.
In the nine years that she has
been appearing on the concert
stage, Miss Sorel has won four
other significant awards. These
include the New York Philhar-
monic's Young People's Concert
Award at the age of 12, the New
York Little Symphony Auditions
Award, the Philharmonic Orches-
tra Auditions and a Fulbright
Award.
Jvliss Sorcl's program includ-
ed Pastorale and Capriccio, by
Scarlatti-Tausig: Sonata in B flat
major, by Wolfgang Mozart; Bal-
lade in G minor, by Frederic
Chopin; Ballade in F minor, by
Chopin; Papillons, by Robert
Schumann; and Sonata No. 7, by
Serge Prokofieff.
In charge of tickets was Mrs.
Franz Stewart.
Hirsch In Reading
A dramatic reading of Don
Juan In Hell from George Ber-
nard Shaw's play, Man And Sup-
erman, will be given by Profes-
sor Samuel Hirsch, of the Uni-
versity of Miami Drama Depart-
ment, on Friday evening, De-
cember 12th, at the Jewish Cul-
tural Center. Proceeds are ear-
marked for the Variety Child-
ren's Hospital.
Some 200 persons attended the
gala opening of the Westview
Country Club's fifth season last
Saturday night.
Greater Miami's social and
communal leaders were dressed
in the latest fashions to meet
once again following the conclu-
sion of the summer vacation sea-
son.
Greeting guests at the Dinner-
Dance in Wes.view's. Ball Room
were Harold Landfield, new
president of the Country Club,
and Mrs. Landfield; Dr. Harold
Rand, chairman of the Entertain-
ment Committee, and Mrs. Rand;
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould; Mrs.
Clara Spitz; and Mr. and Mrs.
I Sam Resnick.
Newly elected officers of West-
view, in addition to Mr. Land-
field, are Sidney Meyer and Hal
S. Pelton, vice-presidents; Arthur
L'ngar, chairman of th Board;
Joseph Weintraub, vice chairman
of the Board.
Herrr.an Wall, secretary; Ber-
nard F. Wagner, ass.stant secre-
taiy; Magr.us Altmayer, treas-
urer; and Morris Rosenberg, as-
sistant treasure.



PAGE 8 A
*Jmisti Hcridi^r
2E^ECEMBER
Betty Ami Cypen's Betrothal To Be Told
At Cocktail Party Here On Sunday
Announcement of the en
! Betty Ami Cypen, 1352
i:;th Terrace, Miami Beach, to
;. thstein,, 114 2nd
ce, Di Lid.i Island, will be
i ade Sun I ly al ., cocktail party
ed for Hill Jordan'
Oi VI
Cypi n attended the Uni-
v. isity ol Arizona tor two and
,ne- IJ < In February,
she will receive her degree
ajor in Elt mentary Edu-
n from the University ol Mi-
a member of
. Lambda Phi Servici S
thi Psychology Club and
the University Chorus.
She is .ilso .i member <>f Hillel,
Mii ni Beach Masada and the
V, ling Adult Group of the Miami
: Jewish Center.
Mr. Rothstein received his
Bacheloi of Arts degree from
the University of Miami. He was
also a Graduate Fellow in Econ-
Keseanh at the University
and .eceived his Master of Arts
legree in Economics there. He
>,..- then appointed to the Fac-
ulty of the L'niversity, where h<
did tsearch foi a year with the
,u of Business and Econ-
Research.
Mr. Rothstein has recently re-
turned from Europe where he
ied on further graduate study berg, of
the London School ,,f Econ- and Mi's
omics. While attending the Uni-
y ol Miami, he was elected
e Order of the ArtUS, Na-
tional Economic Honorary Soci-
ety.
'....- vice president of Alpha
Epsnon Pi Social Fraternity.
Miss Betty Ann Cypen
Personally
Speaking
Returned from visiting friends
in Now Orleans. Louisiana, and
Dallas. Texas, are Miss Edna Fin-
(>2l Jefferson Avenue,
jack Levine, of 1335
Drexel Avenue. Miss Finberg is
president of the Louis D. Bran-
dels Auxiliary. Free Sons of Is-
rael. Mrs. Levine is chaplain and
past president.
ThanksiiivniK Day visitor with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Simon. 1325 Sorolla Avenue,
C'oral Gables, was Dr. Jesse Louis
Simon Dr. Simon is a Lieutenant
in the Air Force and is Base Op-
tometrist at Sumter, South Caro-
lina.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin. of
MmL|\Ved vVar Veteran
The engagement o f their
celebrated their 25th wedding an-
niversary at home with a family
Thanksgiving Dinner. Married in
Cleveland, Ohio, on Thanksgiving
D I 24. 11127, the cou-
ple havi lived hen1 for the past
eight years. Their son. Asan, a
Of the United State- Air
Fi is stationed in California.
Daughter Bonnie Lou attends the
University of Miami.
Men's Fashion Guild
Distributes Eight |
DM Scholarships
irdi of eight scholarships
students in Retail Marketing
at the Univeraity of Miami were
h Men's Fashion Guild
ol Miami Beach at a special din-
last week in the Saxony
Hotel.
:- thi third year the Guild
made tuition awards to UM
students majoring in Marketing.
- Gillette, chairman of the
Guild who announced the schol-
arships, presided at the dinner.
Guest speaker was McGregor
1 Smith, president of the Florida
Power & Light Company, who is
a member of the University's
, Board of Trustees.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, UM
vice president and Dean of the
Faculty, accepted the scholarship
checks which this year amounted
to SI.350 to be applied toward the
winners' tuitions next semester.
Selected by a Scholarship Com-
mittee of the Guild and Dr. Vic-
tor Bennett, chairman of the
Marketing Department at the
UM School of Business Admin-
istration, the winning students
are Charles N. Bestoso. Hialeah;
James H. Brandon, Miami; Edwin
F.Coady, Westhampton Beach.
New York; Clovis Nogueira Da
Silva. Vitoria-Espirito Santo.
Brazil; Paul L. Jansen, Weslaco,
Texas; Norman R. Jones, Scran-
\ ton. Pennsylvania; Martin Rosen.
Hollywood, Florida; and Ronald
A. Wedel. Chicago. Illinois. All
are juniors and seniors.
Nogueira is the first student
from a foreign country to re-
ceive one of these Marketing
scholarships. A graduate of law
in Brazil, he came to the Uni-
versity to specialize in business
training.
Members of the scholarship
Hii'h-ii-i Fiwfrill W'il committee are Charles Furman,
Al Leslie. Arthur Schlesinger
and Gillette.
Form Liberal Arts
Group At (enter
To provid "nnu
; for I'.'-n and w
Id, thi
I ,..-.- Gi n i 'entlj
I ,wn Branch ol
i .. Gn i tei Mi in ih Oom-
Cenl | nt'< :;~
;,..;[ p, if the season y< s-
n th C nter's I >unge, it
. announced by Li < is Stern-
shi in, : Aliul: Pr "
i',.m nittee.
introduced Nich-
Giymes, wh i with his own
^iiiia: accompaniment, offsared a
musical presentation and discus-
sion on The Folk Singer- Art.
Future -programs planned"' for
alternate Thursday nights, will
I fte BUCh subjects us The Future
I Of The American Theatre, Un-
' dcrstandmg Painting, and The
Film As An Art Form.
Members of the Planning Com-
mittee for the Liberal Arts Group
are Mrs. Ada Sheiner. Mrs. Ada
Glasser, Bernard Segal, Mrs. Rae
Malkin, Mrs. Blanche Nevel. Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Tropp and Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Sternshein.
Isidore Bloomes Will
Live Here. London
Announcement of the wedding
o| Mr. and Mrs Isidor Blumej
this
daughter. Barbara, to Blair Zim-
mett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Zimmett. 211=! SW 14th Terrace,
was announced early this week i
by Mr. and Mrs. Sol Epstein, 429
SW 19th Rrtad.
The bride-elect is a senior at
the University of Miami, where
be! >ngs t i Kappa Pi Honor-
ary Art Society and is treasure]
ol Hillel Foundation*.
Mr. Zimmett is a veteran of
World War II. as well as of the
K .roan campaign. He graduated
from Brooklyn College. New
York, and iv now attending th.
University ol Miami Law School.
Temple Israel Men Will
View Film On Religion
On Wednesday evening. .De-
cember 10th. the Men's Club of
Temple Israel will meet at 8
p.m.. for a film-forum discus-
si n
Entitled One God. the film will
I scribe the religious practices
if I>: iteStantS, Catholics and
Jews
Miss Esther Kastia
Kassin. Ncddnwrl
Wud February 8lj
Miss Esthei Kassin
her engagement ring fro
Nedelman at a Thanki
Dinner given in the c<
or.
Mr. and Mrs, Philip ScialJ
813 Catalina Place, Coral (
brother-in-law ..nd sister <
bridegroom-elect, were ho
the dinner foi family and tna
Miss Kassin, daughter i
Fannie Kassin, Wichita, I
graduated from Miami
High School :,nd is a
for the Dade County Boarjj
Public Instruction.
Her fiance, son of Bet!
elman, Cincinnati. Ohio. <>
ed the University of Cm
and now attends night
at the University of Miami,
is employed by Apte Bro
The couple will marry c
ruary 3th.
Raymond R- Elman
Raymond Elman Is
Confirmed At Gables
Raymond Robert Elman, son of
ind Mrs. Leon David Elman,
~,\i Minorca Avenue, Coral Ga-
. will become Bar Mit/vah
i Saturday morning, December
. at the Coral Gables Jewish
enter, Rabl i Morris A. Skop
Will officiate.
Bar Mitzvah wai b rn in
Miami and will celebrate his 13th
lay on the eve ol his Bar
.ah as hosl at the
.; following services in the
ole.
He is a student at Ponce De|
on Junior High School and a
nber ol Troop No. 64 of the
Scouts.
Mr. and Mn
last Friday was made earl)
The ceremony was performed
Joseph Picnic At Greynolds
A picr.ic will be held on Sun-
Narot. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel. Only immediate mem-
bers ol both families were pres-
ent.
Mrs. Blume is the former Mrs.
E. Max Goldstein, of 4591 North
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach., On the committee are
Mr. Blume is from Fngland.
Miss Erica Blume, dapghtei of
the bridegroom, visiting New
York, came to Miami for the
wedding,
The newlyweds will divide
their time between Miami Beach
and England.
Laurel Court Meeting
Laurel Court No. 11. Order of
the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday evening, December 8th.
8 p.m at 215 NW 4th Street. Mi-
ami.
DER YIDDISr
FORUM
SAT., DEC. 6, 8:30 P*|
at Kneseth Israel
14th & Euclid. Miami I
FIRST MEETING Of
THE SEASON
DR GI.K'K PRESIMJ
SPEAKER I. US.4VK
SUBJECT LEGEMffJ
JEWISH Uftf
Artistic Program by
MASYA G1TZ1S
BERYL MORRIS0-V
day. Decan b< r 7th, at Greynohi-
Park, according to Dorothy Fish-
man, social chairman Of the Mi-
ami Unit of junior Hadassa
Wilma
Shulir.an, Ruthe' Dixon, Estelle
Fli ishman and Flame Cohen.
Goodwill Group Meeting
A Board meeting of the Good-
will Group of Greater Miami will
be held at 1 p.m., on Thursday,
December llth. in the home of
Mrs David Brand, 1368 SW 22nd
Terrace.
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[y. DECEMBER 5. 1952
PAGE 9 A
1^iMi,r..niillMii4N.tttf,-,^rih,i,w^Nf-wwWn,
KNOCK ON ANY DOOR

V
.
^C
awd # \ The people of America have repeatedly demonstrated
| their warm friendship for the State of Israel. That's
why it's so easy to be an Israel Bend volunteer on
BIG Day...Sunday, December 14th.
(i It's still not too late to join the men and women who will
\ bring Israel Bonds into the homes of their friends and
neighbors on BIG Day. Simply tell the Israel Bond
office to add you to the list of volunteers who are giving
one day to help build a strong and self-sufficient Israel.
Knock on any door on BIG Day and you will find a
ready welcome. Make Sunday, December 14th,
(your day to roll up an impressive record of Israel Bond
rales-
HHtulMly IMI MtM NWH Mad wHfc ft* Cmml,.l.n and In m .m.M. rVesaectue
WkicK MM b. aawllhld I* M Ord.ri far f*i>af a aay be aJocaa* of, one/ rospecfu 1*1 obtained (ion:
American Financial and Development Corp. for Israel
STATE OF
ISRAEL
BONDS
STATE o.lSRAEL
"".MM** mMnMMaa
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JJJ* [WM is intended 10 promote the eco-
1ST* d5\clP"n>l of the Suit of Israel.
i P IS., ^ ,"w m''l. equipment jnd
I %Zu 'T*' dr"*ned 10 increase the country's
Wim'i' "*! The allocations fiom
laTiK^i '"" and "<*d e.penditures
|5ioil.,o "" "}l" *" ('" "iUi0n'
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I r 'Woooooo. of which I500.ooo.noo
I be.prov.ded by Israel and other coun-
trie*, and the balance is to be obtained in
the United Slates. The J500.000.000 Slate of
Israel Bond Issue is the largest single scarce
of funds lor this program.
The rapid, large scale immigration re-
quired an import surplus to meet the in-
vestment needs of the economy For 1949
receipts on current account (einessed in
luael pounds. IL. then lied at f 2.10 to the
'pound) were IL 30.600.000 and payments,
IL 94,100,000 For 1950 the respective rig
tires were IL 2l.s00.000 and 114,900.000,
and. for 19)1, IL 24.600.000 and 156.-
800,000. Economic steps designed to combat
inflation and encourage productivity ol
labor included the establishment in February.
1952 of additional rates ol eachange of 11 40
and $1 00 to the pound to attract foreign
investment and to promote eaport. restric-
tion of bank credit and other m-ff^, ..
At of December 51. 1951. funded debt
was IL 195 9 (exclusive of Treasury Bills,
omitted because of their relaiion to the pri-
vate Special Defense Budget). Israel has
never at any tune defaulied on the principal
or interest on any debt. .....
Government budget* (exclusive or Use
Special Defense Budget and receipts Irom
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related internal loans) have been as follows,
in millions of IL' />/i- '.
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issue. Commissions or discount! are 69. The j
Stale also bears certain other efpenses in j
connection wiih the notation.
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with Bond*. Pleosa tr.d me a prospectus and further infornvaiion.
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9-JewlsiJMd^H
FRIDAY, DF
Communists Hang Eleven Czech Party
Members; Eight Jews Die On Gallows
Continued from Page 1 A
I in foi mer i ploj
the Israel legation in Prague,
The indictment quotes "testi-
mony" by Orenstein on a "con-
i nei ting," in 1947, at-
; n led J I'm sidl nt Harry Tru-
man. Secretary <>f State Dean
Acheson, Henry M irgenthau, for-
mer Secretary of the Treasury.
Ben-Gurion and Sharett, at which
agreement was reached on a new
"Morgenthau Plan."
Under this plan, according to
the indictment, the terms of
American aid to Israel were fix-
ed. One of the conditions was
that the Zionist organization
should be exploited "for espion-
age activities and revolutionary
acts in popular democracies to
help the American imperialistic
aimworld domination."
American Imperialism
In accordance with this plan,
the indictment asserts, Avriel
played the chief role in Prague.
On his arrival in Prague, it as-
serts, he made contact with two
of the defendants, Slansky. Com-
munist Party chief, and Bendrich
Gcminder. Slansky's deputy, "and
tried to cooperate with them to
execute this criminal and mad
planthat of Truman and Ben-
Gurion, who is the servant of
American impcnalis.i
The Oren "confession" is cited
to prove links between Slansky
and Yugoslav Titoists. It states
that Oren made contact with
Slansky tor the Titoists through
Avne!, (inn. who ;- described m
the indictment as "a distingu sh-
ed Zionist swindler," tlso inn
fessi I" t i at tivitii can ied out
jointly with two other defen-1
dants. Rudolph Margol us, former
I in the I eigi I le Min-
istry, and Dr. Evzen Loe I, for-
mer Dtputv Foreign Trade Min-
ister, to hi lp Israel and damage
the Czechoslovak economy, It i*
expected here that Oren will ap-
pear in ("Hit as a witness
Cabinet Discusses Slurs
The Israel Cabin I discussed
the implications of the Prague*
trial of 14 ex-Communist and
.slovak Government lead-
ers in whuh the prosecution has
i t(.> defendants with the
Zionisl movement in a series ol
iai. treasi n" and "espion-
age" in behalf ol the "American
imp< rialisn
Asked whethf r Dr. I Kuh iwl
Israeli Minister to Prague, would
te recalled as a result of the
slurs at the trial against Premier
David Ben-Gurion, Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Shaie t an.i formei
lei Minister to Prague Ehud
Avriel, a government spokesman
in J> rusalt m stati thai thi re
- no intention of re ailing l)r
Kubowi. However, the spokes-
man added, after the trial, the
Minister would probably be asked
t i return to Israel to report to
Cabinet on the trial
Meanwhile. Foreign Officials m
Jerusalem ridiculed the "confes-
sions" of several of the defcnd-
and S i n ;t m t with Pr<
Truman, Seen tary of 1
ion (! fi i i er Set retary of
the Tri saury Henry Moi genthau,
Jr., in Wasl ington in 1947
Th s" officials pointed out: 1.
th it in 1947. General Geoi | C
Marshall and rot Mr. Ai '
as Se< reti ry of State: :' that
Ben-Gurion did not visit the
Uni.ed States in 1947; 3. that Mr.
Ben-Gurion first met the Presi-
dent in 1951; 4. that Mr. Sharett
sever met the President until
1952.
The government radio. Kol Is-
rael, declared in a broadcast that
t as necessary to go hack to
Hebrew School Meeting
A Board meeting of The Miami
ll, I rew s, i Congregation
will be held on Tuesday evening.
December 9th. it has been an-
nounced by H. M. Drewich, pres-
ident.
Howard Kane Will Head 1953 Comb
Jewish Appeal Campaign In Miaitf
II
I
Music Program
Veil Perpetuate
Gesger's Name
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League will present a mus-
ical program horn ring its late
president, William A. Geiger, in
the Roney Plaza Hotel on Thurs-
laq, December 11th. 9 p.m.
Participating will be Dr. Ar-
I turo di Filippi who will present
artists of the Miami Opera Guild;
Dr. James Shelby Thomas, lec-
turer; Leon Kaplan, violin vir-
he books of Hitler and Alfred j tuoso f the University of Miami
Rosenberg, Nazi "theoretician,"I symphony Orchestra; and Rob-
and to "evidence" concocted by (r{ strassberg, composer-pianist,
the Czarist Russian authorities to!
iind precedent for the conspira-1
cies, machinations and crimes
pinned on the Jews and on Zion-
ist leaders and representatives of
the Israel Government.
In a statement to the press, Av-
ikI said that it "was below my
Speakers will include Dr. Ber-
tha Foster, president of the Mus-
icians Club of America and Hon-
orary Patron of the League; Mrs.
H. A. Gilchrist, president of the
Miami Music Club; and Judge
Kenneth Oka and Leo Robinson,
patrons of the Music and Arts
dignity to con.e in contact with; League.
secret agents." He added that he Harold Shapiro, local attorney
had never met with Oren while ancj radi0 commentator, will pre-
the two were in Prague because J
Oren. on Mapam Party business,
avoided the Israel legation. He
! said that in his capacity as an Is-
rael Government representative.'
| he was in contact with some of
the defendants who at that time
I represented the Czechoslovak
Government but who now "pro-
claim themselves outcasts, trait-
or- and ci iminals "
Ware Of Suicides
There was anxiety in Israel
this week over reports of a wave
of suicides among Jews in Com-
munist-ruled Czechoslovakia. A-
mong those who are reported to
have taken their own lives are
Erich Cohn. secretary of the
Prague Jewish community, and
his wife, as well as Rudolf Bis-
former Czech Ambassa-
dor to Britain, and Dr. Tibor
Kovacs, Communist leader in
Bratislava who once headed a
nationalized industrv.
side.
Ruth Brotman, founder and
executive vice president of the
Music and Arts League, who is
arranging the program, announc-
ed this week that directors of
the League are planning to per-
petuate the name of Mr. Geiger
in the form of a scholarship.
Active in the League are local
artists, including Anyuta Meli-
cov, Edward Mandell. Mr. and
Mrs Herbert Bromberg, Audrey
Ednck. Charles Lee and Eliza-
beth Fishbem.
Con.inued from Page I A
Board members in accepting the
position of leadership. "Eight
eggs a month, if available, and
, ight i unci s of meat a month, if
avail..hie. with adults seldom get-
! ting sufficient food because much
of it is reserved for the child-
ren. was Kane's description of
austerity in present day Israel.
"Our latest reports indicate
that 17.000 families there arc
living in wooden huts, 20,000 in
canvas tents and 8.000 in ordin-
ary tents," Kane stated.
The United Jewish Appeal,
which receives more than 50 per-
cent of funds raised by the Jew-
ish community in Greater Mi-
ami, finances large-scale immi-
gration, relief, resettlement and
rehabilitation programs that are
carried on in Israel, Europe,
Moslem lands and the United
States by three constituent agen-
cies The United Israel Appeal,
Joint Distribution Committee and
the United Service for New Am-
ericans.
"In our community-wide drive
for world-wide Jewish needs, we
are seeking life-giving dollars.
not investment dollars," Kane
declared. "These funds will sup-
ply sorely needed food, medicine
and shelter for the new state's
250.000 newcomers."
Local agencies, too, benefit
from the funds raised in the
Greater Miami Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, the Campaign chair-
man emphasized. Chief benefac-
tors are Mount Sinai Hospital at
Miami Beach. Jewish Home for
the Aged. Jewish Social Service
Bureau's New American Pro-
gram, the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center which pro-
vides leisure time programs for
youth, the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, the Jewish Vocational
Harry's Kosher Meats To I Service and the Welfare Pro-
r t i_ .i r j gram of the National Council of
Sponsor Kashruth Foods
Harry's Kosher Meats, 207 Ai-
nu ria, Coral Gables, will sponsor
a sei les of articles beginning with
next week's issue of the Jewish
Floridian, dealing with the origin
and usage through the past cen-
tuiies to the present time of
gam/ it
Conui
Hi
.unit- JZ**1
K family ha:
ghiilanth. .,:,;vi(e'
Prov.dei.. ,.,. ~ -,
brother, S !; JJ*
chairman I Initial pJ
er' I|W'" int*
campaign in L /wT
ard Kane ^ -
Weatview untry ciub J1
Mlami I; umber
merce.
Last year, he was co-chi
of the Hotel Unit of CJA,
the major fund-raising m^
the 1952 Campaign, andijl
rectly responsible for its a
ment, Weinklt said in ma)
announcement.
In the 1952 Campaign i
will head a force of rjf
J.400 volunteers who 9
up the various solicitation
Major units include Initial)
Pacesetters. Winter
Hotels, Women's. Metm
and Youth.
The goal <.f tie 1953 C
will be set early in Ja
Kane stated, after all allo
for beneficiary agencies
been appn ved by the
Committee and Federal
Board of Governors.
! Kashruth. Research on this series
Si veral high Jewish officers w;iS conducted by Rabbis Morris
crving in the Czech army were] A. Skop and Shrriaryahu T. Swir-
sky, announced Harry Nieren-
berg. operator of the market.
also said to be among the sui-
ules. A few weeks before, it is
stated here. the non-Jewish
housekeeper at the Israeli Lega-
tion in Prague also killed herself
after having been questioned by
the Czech police
Bistricki was the Czech Am-
bassadoi to London in 1949. hav-
ing been appointed to this post
by the then Foreign Minister
Clementis who was one of the
leading defendants at the treason
trial. More than a year ago, af-
ter Clementis was accused of
plotting against the state. Bis-
tiieki was recalled to Pargue,
obeyed the order to return home
and was put under house arrest,
It was expected that he, too,
Jewish Women.
Kane has been well-known in
local, civic and benevolent enter-
prises here since his discharge
from the United States Army
with the rank of Major. He was
Initial Gifts co-chairman in the
1951 Combined Jewish Appeal
and is a director with the Dade
County Research Foundation. He
is an active member of Temple
Israel Synagogue and of numer-
ous other civic and fraternal or-
Katz YiewKWir
Affairs In Talk.
Cultural Onttr
Moishe Katz. Y.ddish ;joj
ist who recently returned I
a trip to Eu ; I ard bsl
be guest speake-i at a ir.ed
be held in th< Jewish Cd
Center on Sunday evenutf
p.m.
Katz is a men bar of M
ing Freihe.t staff in >"ew 1
Subject of his lecture 31
uled as: What'-- Going CaI
World.
ants and alleged confessions of [would soon be tried as an agent
Israeli nationals that Ben-Gurion of a "Jewish conspiracy,"
Demonstrates Hypnosis
City Commissioner Leslie
Quigg will demonstrate hypnos-
is at a meeting of Sholein Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday. Decem-
ber 9th. 8 30 p.m., at the Audi-
torium of the Bureau of Jewish
I Education.
Spinoza Forum Opvntt 19th Seanon
iii>rt> With Kabbi Lehrman iA>eture
The Spinoza Forum for Adult, ,
_ .,, ,,, canopv on the lawn of the home
Education will start its 19th of Dr Abraham Wolfson, llth
season of lectures and open for- street and Ocean Court, Miami
um discussions, tomorrow after- Beach.
ion, 3:30 p.m.. under the large Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
give the opening address on:
Jewish Characters In English
Literature. Charles H. Lee. noted
lecturer on Astronomy, will pre-
side.
Chaim Rose, poet and novelist,
will re-cite some original poetry.
Henceforth, the Spinoza Forum
will function under the auspices j
of the Spinoza Forum Founda-
tion, according to Dr. Wolfson.
its founder. Dr. Wolfson has
deeded a part of his property to
the Spinoza Forum Foundation
which will be used for charitable
and educational purposes in per-
petuity. This action has already
received court approval, and in-
come from the property will go
to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, as well as to other
charitable institutions of educa-
tional design.
The Spinoza Forum lecture ses-
sions for December, following
Saturday's meeting, is as follows:
December 13th, Dr. Donald
Michelson, director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Harriet Sollow*!
Harriet Sollo*
To Head SenM
Judaea Cound]
Newly ..'-' ottfZf
Senior Juda. a Council"
Miami an Harriet
president: Marcia G^
president: P...I ***
dent: Roberta Scben*
ponding s( ,
koff. recording ,
AU* Goldberg reMjJj
Announcement w ^
was made this w*J|
Sonz. chairman *JJ
Miami Zi<
Youth
vouth *8
sion. education j
Hadassah and tj^^J
In addition
Regional
MiamiEearly Jewish Immigra- area are a
ff.ri livWJ
CouaU
Iso i
n the i
Hyman Sootin, outqoina president, (second from right) wishes "good luck" to the newly
elected president of the Miami Zionist District, Sidney Sachs, and officers. Readina left to
right are Irving Saal, vice president; Abraham Kasow, treasurer; Mr. Sachs; Mr. Sootin and
Moe Meyer, secretary. Nathan Adelman and Sidney Palmer (not shown) are vice president
and financial secretary, respectively.
tion To America; December 20th.
Siegfried Geismar, retired at-
torney, lecturer and civic work-
er. Miami BeachPast, Present
And Future; December 27th, Pro-
fessor Edward Clarkea review
of The Young Cosima.
guts]
the
include j :,,,
vice pres nalci
Judy Shapiro, Begir
Zionist cl alflBn:i
Regional O nw joMl I
Myrna Bressart.
Projects chsu


ly, DECEMBER 5. 1952
jriiaiirr Wmii'i Yield To Threat
VoNN (WNS)West Germany will stand bv its restitution
|n, nt with Israel and will not yield to the threats of an eco-
jrcott advanced by the Arab League, Chancellor Kunrad
|uer asserted here. His Government, said the Chancellor, was
to negotiate with the Arab states during the period until the
with Israel was ratified by the Bundestag (Parliament) but
not willing to make ratification dependent on a favorable
tie of the negotiations with the Arab League.
Campaign Was Without Ilia*
JEW YORK (WNS)The major candidates for office in the
,i Presidential campaign "scrupulously avoided appealing to
[tolerance of the prejudiced," according to a statement issued
L ligious and lay leaders of the Catholic. Protestant and
|l. faiths, who last July urged rejection of political arguments
on religious or racial prejudice.
jiiHI For JudaiKiii Hit |n Houston
lOUSTON. Texas (WNS)-The American Council for Juda-
las denounced by the Jewish Community Council of this city
Lking irresponsible-statements which "impugn the patriotism
In,-turn the validity of the citizenship of large numbers" of
fin this city. In a resolution, the Public Relations Committee
(Houston Jewish Community Council condemned the American
fm Judaism for issuing press statements that are "harm-
+ k*'i*l>rk-rifiir*n
PAGE 11 A
Zamora Center To
Mark Chanuka
The Annual Chanuka Festival,
presented by children of th0 Re-
ligious Schools of Zamora Jew-
ish Center, will be held on Sat-
urday. December 13th, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Center building.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Ruchelle Ross, principal,
will include the Zamora Choir,
directed by Yaffa Rosenthal.
Musical solos by Sheila Cohen
and Philip Isroelit and songs bv
Michael Miller and Lynette Coh-
en are also scheduled for presen-
tation.
will
The
cast
Highlight of the evening
be a musical play, Judas
Strong Armed, by a large
of Zamora pupils.
the Jewish community at large."
in Hits Arab "Jllarkmail" I a I \vs
|NITED NATIONS (WNS)Arab intervention against the
anlsrael Reparations Pact is pure "blackmail" and an un-
Bted intrusion into the sovereignty of the signatory govern-
Israeli Ambassador Abba S. Eban charged here before the
fineral Assembly in reply to an assertion by Syria's Foreign
ici that German reparations to Israel was "contrary to all
pf public and private law."
Workshop At
Habits 4 enter
A Chanuka Workshop will be
part of the program of the new-
ly-formed Coral Gables Jewish
Center PTA on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 9th, at 8 p.m.
Participants will be Rabbi and
Mrs. Morris Skop. Cantor Irving
Robinson will lead the singing.
Louis Schwartzmann. execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will show aud-
io-visual slides.
I
pare Stonr Nanird Thief Justice
&ILADELPHIA (WNS)Justice Horace Stern, whose swear-
as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
I first Jew ever to hold that high office in this state.
y I qualities of two other great judges in the common law.
W n l( II Holmes and Benjamin Cardozo," US Supreme Court
i J. Roberts declared at the Pennsylvania Bar Associ-
|! iti n Ceremony of the new chief justice.
tihilitics For Israel I'resiuViiey
J: -'.:.KM (JTA)Dr. Chaim Weizmann's successor in the
Israel will not be named until the end i
pi od following his death, informed poli
|l ati I thai this question would be closely linked to
ii current Cabinet "crisis." Mentioned most p
i are Josef Sprinzak, Speaker of the Knesset and
Ii nt, and Dr. Pinchas Rosen, former Minister of Jus-
gressive Party leader. Newspaper reports also men-
r Moshe Smoira, Chief Justice of the Israel Supreme C< uit:
Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency; and Moshe
t, Foreign Minister, as possibilities for the post.
i.nliaiis Protest Immigration law
\)NTREAL (JTA)Formal representations on Canada's new
ration regulations will be made here to the Minister of Citi-
and Immigration by a delegation representing the Cana-
ewish Congress and the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society. The
ion will make a submission to the Government highly cri-
the new regulations which, the submission charges, "con-
' an undue hardship on prospective immigrants and involve
lies for prospective Jewish immigrants."
[mer .\axis Eligible To Enter Here
VSHINGTON (JTA)More than 4.000 Germans who sought
Ration \ former membership in the Nazi Party, will be eligible to
|lsas again after December 24th, was confirmed here. Under
immigration law, anyone who voluntarily joined a totali-
Iorganization, whether Fascist or. Communist, was barred
ni' United States, and it was under t'.'.is proviso that the 4,000
eded visas.
Washington Federal Opens On Monday;
Friendliness Is Keynote Of Organization
Well known personalities will be on hand for the Monday open-
ing of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, Miami
Beach.
Washington Federal is the newest savings institution in the
Greater Miami area and the only financial house with headquar
south of Lincoln Road.
be attended by Georgia Nee.se
Israelite Center
Bazaar Tomorrow
The Israelite Center's Second
Annual Bazaar starts 8 p.m.. on
Saturday, December 6th, and
continues through Tuesday, De-
cember 9th.
The Bazaar will taki place in
8 to 11 p.m..
Sunday, when it will be
held all day.
- useful mer- Mangold Heads
chandise will bi in- p rp s^
eluding hand made men's, worn- l"Olip IO r Omi
en's and children's clothing, lin- fnnsprvativ Wintr
household articles, station- ^OIlSenaTI\e WlRg
The Open House Party will
Clark, Treasurer of the United
States, who will make the first
deposit at the new institution.
Also on hand will be prominent
radio, television, screen, stage
and night club performers to
broadcast the inaugural affair
throughout Greater Miami over
two .radio stations.
Washington Federal will open
its doors at 10 a.m., at which
time depositors will be welcom-
ed by the savings and loan asso-
ciation's staff.
Among the basic services of-
fered by the institution will be
the encouragement of thrift, pro-
viding mortgage loans on homes,
the extension of home modern-
ization loans and a savings-by-
mail program.
A trip to Havana, including
three days and two nights at the
Hotel Nacional de Cuba, will be
offered as grand prize at the Op-
en House and will be arranged
by Fan- Tours. There will also
be free gifts for everyone visit-
ing the Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association on its
first day of operation.
Included among the gifts will
be wallets, pens, key chains, sil-
ver nut-cracker bowl sets, silver
salad sets and silver serving sots.
Friendliness will be the key-
: the new organization, of-
- said here. A newly sur-
faced parking lot is located im-
mediately behind the building
for the free and exclusive use of
its customers.
Officers of the new association
are Jack D. Gordon, president:
Arthur H. Courshon, secretary:
Ben Giller, vice president; Mich-
ael Steckloff, vice president:
Geerge W. Hirsch, vice president
and comptroller; and Milton M.
Gaynor, treasurer.
On the Board are Claude Pep-
per, Charles Silvers and S- C.
Stampleman.
Mrs. Liebman Speaks
At North Shore Center
Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman will
address the Men's Club Adult
Institute of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center on Wednesday even-
ing, December 10th, at 8:30 p.m.
Subject of Mrs. Liebman's dis-
cussion is: The Jewish Family
Under The Impact Of Christian
Culture.
This is the fifth in a series of
Men's Club lectures.
LEGAL NOTICE
ens,
ery. jewelry, lamps, rugs, pic-
tures, cosmetics and toys. Home-
cooked meals will be provided
for Sunday.
Hans, .lews Cite Ilarrv Truman
VSHINGTON (JTA)A national campaign* goal of S3.500.000
looted at the 24th annual meeting of the National Conference
I and Jews here. President Truman received in absentia
medallion awarded by the Conference for his services as hon-
Inatiocal chairman of Brotherhood Week.
D. Rosner Management
hotel Good
N THE OCEANFRONT AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
DIETARY
LAWS
STRICTLY
OBSERVED
Back at the Starlight Room
of the Kenilworth Hotel for
the third consecutive season
is Jack Cavallaro and his
Orchestra.
Maxwell J. Mangold, owner of
the Matanzas Hotel and local real
estate operator, has accepted the
job of organizing a South Florida
Division to the United Syna-
gogues of America.
Purpose of the Division will be
to formulate plans and activities
to foster the principles of Con-
servative Judaism, Mangold said
early this week.
Working in conjunction with
him are Rabbis Irving Lehrman,
Miami Beach Jewish Center;
Max Shapiro. Beth David; Harry
Ettinger, North Dade; and Mayer
Abramowitz, North Shore. Fur-
ther plans for coordination with
the two conservative congrega-
tions in Hollywood and the one
in West Palm Beach, as well as
those in Tampa, Orlando, St.
Petersburg and Sarasota, are also
being made.
Special emphasis will he made
by the national organization for
a strong South Florida Division
in preparation for the Savannah
Convention which will be held
on February 22, 1953.
Mangold has set up a confer-
ence with the aid of Sam Sha-
piro, Miami Beach, for Wednes-
day evening. December 10th, at
the Miami Beath Jewish Center.
pEN FOR SEASON 1952-53
| Dining Room Open
*c the Public
Phone 58-1451
For Reservations
THE EMINENT JOURNALIST AND LECTURER
J# O 1S1I E K A T Z
Will Speak Sunday, Dec. 7th. at 8:30 p.m.
at the JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER. 429 Lenox Arc. M.B.
o the topic. "WHAT'S GOING ON I.V THE WORLD"
Do Not Fail To Hesr Moishe Katz "Cover The World"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIO\
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O.-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154955
KRINY I.eJl'EZ, t'lul
\ .-.
,1AM MAURICE LeJl'EZ
i i. ii
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i: WILLIAM MAl'RK 'i: Li I ./.
XI iu t ta i A vi
New V< rk, .\". h i
\ WILLIAM MAURICE U
an hi ri;.;. notified lli.ii .i I'.. of
e".....plaint for Dl>..... hat i ..
you, and you are requli
s.: \ .i ,-i.| \ ..:' our a nsw it or i
ing la the BUI of Complaint o
plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE J. TAL-
IANOFF, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Bern h, I- lorlda, and file the 01Is nal
Answer "i Pleading In the < ffi.....f
the Clerk ..( the Circuit Courl on ":
before the 5th day If you fall to do mi. Judgment bj de-
fault* win be taken against you for
lin- relief demanded In the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I LORIDIAN.
DONE ANK ORHEREP at Miami.
Florida, this ::r.| day "i December.
A. lv 1951
K. It. LEATHERMAX,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal]
By It. H. RICE, .li:
Ocputv Clerk.
UEORQE I TALiANOFF
Attornej for Plaintiff
4J I.im-oln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
12 r.-i-'-ii'-L-i;____________________ _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154921
STEPHANIE VERCH, Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL OSCAR VERCH. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAUL OSCAR VERCH,
I defendant.
. I.Inilsic.lt Road,
North BMImore, New York
You are hereby notified that Bill
of Complaint Divorce has been
iii<- 'litircil o> serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or rieadlni! '" the Kill of I'om-
ulaint on KOVNER A MANNHEIM-
KR. 4-ii Lincoln Road, and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office Of the Clerk of the Circuit]
Courl on or before December 81, I9S2:1
if you fall to do so. Judgment lij d. -
fault WIN be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
i-'ompl.iint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd da> of Decfl
a. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By It. II. RICE, JK.
Deputy Clerk
I! :.-- 19-26
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Serving 4 to 10 p.m.
DINNER 1,35 and up
"""Phmentary of Wine. Relish Cart, Banana Fritters,
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H BLOCK FROM THE OCEAN
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I. i' t' v I i n a s
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN
the undersigned, desiring > engav
business under the fictitious nan-.- ..I
ORl'BER'S KOSHER DELICATES-
SEN AND RESTAURANT, at 4X1 Col-
lins Avenue, .Miami Beach, intent to
aid name with the Clerk "i
thi Circuit Court of Dade Obuntj'i
yU"'UUU HARRY I- GRUBER
REBECCA ORUBER
I2/5-12-1J-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 1IERKMY GIVEN that
the underslj-ned. desiring to enga., i
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N K. TSth ST. StiN'OCO 8BRVI<"K
STATION, at 717 N. K. 79th Street.
Miami, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY ASTI.ER
JACK KINKELSTEIN
12/5-12-18-26


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1952
SEC. B
|J Committee, Anti-Defamation League
Plan Joint Action Against Race Prejudice
NEW YORK (JTA)The American Jewish Corv.mittee and the
.Defamation League of B'nai B'rith have announced jointly that
will soon put into effect "an improved program of
Ual planning to provide a stronger impact on th*e American
,1 concerning the evils of anti-Semitism and other forms of
and religious bigotry and
raise $5,000,000 in 1953. Jacob
Blaustein. president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, and Hen-
ry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League, both emphasized that the
work of the joint operating com-
mittees will not affect the auto-
nomy or independence of either
agency.
"If a conflict of ideology or
philosophy separates us on any
particular issue, we can agree to
disagree amicably, without injur-
]
i; i.ination."
i, two organizations, the old-
, nRaged in the work of com-
; anti-Semitism, said in
announcement that they
ivod "toward more inte-
I operations" by establish-
yjx joint operating commit-
to coordinate their work in
cialized areas. These areas are:
: cultural education, interro-
hus activities, community re-
[:.- work with war veterans,
rganized labor, civil right
pities, including legal action
lative analysis and fad-
ing which deals with inves-
f overt anti-Semitism.
he two agencies have long
i partners in cooperative
j-raising through the Joint
ense Appeal which seeks to
reparation Plans
ir Lights Festival
ration Institutes for
ns mothers for the week
vi us to the holiday of Chan-
have been announced by
jamin Meyers, president of
Bureau of Jewish Education.
ii first Institute, in coopera-
with the Greater Miami
,-ish Community Center, Mi-
Branch, took place last night,
hi Alfred Waxman, of the
?! Miami Jewish Center, pre-
ted the significance of the
id v. Louis Schwartzman, ex-
Itive director of the Bureau,
I by means of filmstrip,
' .;:is of the festivals and
approach to Chanuka.
workshops were held, in-
g Chanuka songs by Mrs.
Donnerstag, musical direc-
Beth David Congregation,
p ime decorations by Mrs.
b; Friedmani director of the
Inti N'ursery School.
Max Gettinger acted as
an <>f the evening. A sim-
ikshop will be held at the
r-Granada Jewish Center
December 11th.
At the Cural Gables Jewish
r.tn on December 9th, the In-
tute includes Rabbi Morris A.
i p. Mrs. Rachel Skop and
nt i' Irving Robinson. Decem-
" 10th, the Preparation Insti-
te ..ill be held at the Beach
anch of the Jewish Commun-
C( nter, with Mrs. Margaret
n Vomen leading the music
prkshop and Mrs. Zena Pasever
recting the workshop on home
ns.
MANISCHEWITZ
chicken soup
utf
in the long-range policy of co-
operation or destroying the spirit
of harmony between us," they de-
clared in a joint statement.
"Meanwhile, under the arrange-
ment, local Jewish communities
throughout the country will have
the advantage of more effective
service to meet their problems
than ever before."
The new procedure is the out-
growth of the controversy that
has centered around the pro-
grams of Jewish organizations in
the field of community relations
which resulted in the withdrawal
of the AJC and the ADL from
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council.

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United States last week to inaugurate a nation-wide speaking
tour in behalf of the 5500,003,000 State of Israel Independence
Bond Issue. Mr. Sitreet presents the Mayor with an Israel-
made hand-wrought Chanuka menorah, similar to thf ones
which will be used in the new state to observe the traditional
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Plans to increase the membership of the Women's Auxiliary
of Mount Sinai Hospital at the group's semi-annual meeting
and membership tea on December 12th. at the Hotel Algiers,
are discussed by the Auxiliary's Membership Committee
headed by Mrs. Carl Weinkle (center*. Mrs. Louis Krensky.
Auxiliary president (left), and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. Mrs. Jack
Ablin (not shown) is co-chairman of the committee.
Fashion Review Will Be Featured
At Mount Sinai Auxiliary Meeting
All the exoticism of the fabled,
Arabian Thousand and One *" committee; and Ben Zion
Nights will surround the Scheh- Zinsburg, publicity.
erazade Fashion Revue at the Some 300 Auxiliary members
semi-annual meeting and mem- take an active part in the func-
bership tea of the Women's Aux- .. .
of Mount S.na. Hospital UomnK "f lhe hosp,tal 1,v awtet-
on Friday afternoon, Decembei '" lne regular staff in mam-
12th, .it 1 p m., at the H tel Al- taining standards for both patient
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Under SuperrUion of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutk
and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth
Tn lude duties as clinical and cler-
1 iental
gplend ir n special pi.it: irms to
' erected ind the Algiers
ecretaries, nurse aides, ward
patient and medical librar-
lesk and med-
Clothes 1 record assistants and hobby
the work ps ol American therapy instructors.
and ( n< rs and
will : by G
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Suits t>j A !'.!. of California,
and Carmel and cocktail dresses
by Ben Reig and Philip Hulitar
will be modeled along with holi-
day clothes by Ceil Chapman
and cruise outfits by Hannah
Ti iy, Brannel and Harvey Berin.
Featured also will be variations
of new beachwear, as well as.
hand knitted clothes imported!
from France and Italy. Miss
Phyllis (:n: will be fashion co-
ordinator and commentator of
the revue.
The meeting will be open to
present and prospective mem-
bers of Mount Sinai's Women's
Auxiliary whose current member
role totals over 2,000.
Active in plans for the func-
tion are the Mesdames Louis J.
Krensky, Auxiliary president;
Monte Selig, h 1 presidi nt;
Carl Weinkle and Jack A. Ablin.
membership co-ch Dor-
othy Krieger Fink.
Two projects maintained by the
W en's Auxiliary most familiar
to visitors are the Gift Shop and
the Snack Bar on the hospital's
mezzanine. Proceeds from these
projects are used to finance
Mount Sinai's School of Practical
Nursing and to make scholar-
ships available for deserving
students.
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ber 7th, 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Lodge.'
Miami Beach.
Pi iceeds will go toward the)
distribution of Chanuka baskets'
for the needy.
On Monday. December 8th. 8
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Temple IsraelIs blood bank account at Mount Sinai HosoUal
was increased by 26 pints as a result of a recent vtsSby the
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IaY, DECEMBER 5, _1952_
yJewisti fhrkMam
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lh Sholom To Fete
ibi Schaalman
II, niKin E- Schaalman,
ol the Chicago Federa-
te Union ofVAmerican
Congregations, will be
.1 speaker at the Loyalty
remple Beth Sholom
I) cember 7th, 7 p.m.,
;oda Room of the Sax-
;. according to an an-
nent by Leon J. Ell, presi-
Loyalty Dinner will
i,;i the Tenth Anniversary
[h ation of Temple Beth
explained Ell in his an-
ment. I'M the Fall of 1942,
[i ; Beth Sholom held its first
II ly Day Services to usher
|li. ,1. wish New Year 5703, in
pall store building.
. founders of Beth Sholom
concerned not only with
wn spiritual welfare but
i tried to the social and rc-
pu- needs of thousands of
men and women in the
led Forces who were stationed
when Miami Beach was a
training center," EH added.
;.rn in the midst of war, the
igregation hopefully chose the
i Beth Sholom House of
By the Fall, of 1945, just
V.I Day. the Congregation
acquired the old Chase Av-
Hotel at 4144 Chase Avenue,
ii i as its Religious School and
:,.unity House in order to
IC Holds Joint
mcheon, Show
mcheon and Fashion Show
s Ocean Ranch Hotel has
tn arranged for Wednesday,
r 10th, 12 noon, by the
ami Chapter. American Jewish
ngress, in its effort to raise
Ir.i for the Louise and Steph-
[U'ise Memorials.
iis are by Coral Coy
bp, Coral Gables. Gowns will
m uleled by members of the
lanization who are being
pc heel by Mrs. Morty Fay, a
pni r Poweis model.
Lynn, radio and television
.ttur. will coordinate the
hairmen of the event are
A. I. Saltzman and Mis.
1 Druker.
md project now in joint
ion of the three Greater
AJC Chapters, Miami,
f and Brandeis. is a rum-
; ale at 1340 NW 3rd Av-
lUO.
In addition to the Louise and
en Wise Memorials, the
nerican Jewish Congress an-
provides funds for 50
ships in Human Relations
the University of Miami.
Ldult Social Group
[The Adult Social Group of the
t'-' Miami Jewish Commun-
ly Center will hold a dance to-
P1 ir '. evening at 9 p.m. Howie
largi lis is Dance chairman.
Tenth Anniversary;
Address Dinner
'':'"' 1 and
cultural needs of a rapidly grow
ing con munity, i-.ll said. More
than 600 families constitute the
Congregation's present member-
ship, and the Religious School
has a registration of 532 pupils.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spii.tual
leader nf Ihe Congregation since
1944, will review the history of
Beth Sholom under the presiden-
cies of the late Dr. Max Ellis, the
late Harry A. Cornblum, Sam
Lachx.an- and Shtpard Broad. He
will also survey the future of
Liberal Judaism during the next
decade.
Shepard Broad will serve as
toastmaster, and the Temple's
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will ren-
der several musical selections.
Far from the front lines in Korea, these members of the Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations, Dade and Broward Counties, are helping to bridge the distance by packing
and shipping recreational and comfort items to be distributed to servicemen by a field Chap-
lain for Chanuka, traditional gift-giving holiday. Left to right are the Mesdames Harry Selig-
man, Sewing chairman for the Conference; Joseph Ganz, chairman of the Serve-A-Chaplain
project; Albert E. Ossip, chairman of general veteran work done by the Conference; Leonore
Curtice, Veterans Administration Voluntary Service chairman; Irving Lehrman, president of
the Conference; and Harry Koretzky, volunteer worker. Field Chaplains are contacted through
the Women's Organizations Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Beach Lodge Luncheon
Program On Tuesday
A luncheon program in the
1952 series of the Miami Beach
Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, will
be presented on Tuesday, Decem-
ber th, 12:15 p.m., at the Na-
tional Hotel. Gershon S. Miller
is Luncheon chairman.
Rabbi Herman Schaalman
Judge Kenneth Oka, on behalf of
the Temple Board of which he is
chairman, and President Ell will
voice their dedication to the Tem-
ple's program of expansion.
Ralph Spero is chairman of the
Arrangements Committee.
Peretz School To Hold
Annual Banquet Sunday
The Annual Banquet of the
Workmen's Circle Perez School
will take place on Sifnday, De-
cember 7th, 6:30 p.m., at the
Workmen's Circle Center, 1545
SW 3rd Street, Miami.
Sisterhoods Meet
PITTSBURGH The Annual
Meeting of the Executive Board
of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods was closed
in the William Penn Hotel, here.
Mrs. Louis A. Rosett, of New Ro-
chelle, New York, president of
the organization, presided.
Mrs. David I. Zielonka, of the
In Pittsburgh
Temple Guild Schaarai Zedek
Sisterhood, Tampa, Florida, re-
ported as chairman of the Com-
mittee on Revision of By-Laws.
Feature of this year's Board
meeting was a special Leader-
ship Training Institute designed
to enable members to conduct
training courses in their own ar-
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FRIDAY,
Hold Joint Affair
Celebrating 109th
B'-iai BVith Year
A joint celebration of the tOQtl
anniversary of the Greater Or-
f B'nai B"nth will be held
11 Wednesday evening, D<
bei 17th. p.m.. at the Hibiscus
Ige Auditorium.
Sponsors of the affair an
Miami Beach Lodge and the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, according to an an-
nouncement this week by ('
J. Talianoff and Mrs. Ben Le-
, presidents f the i espective
groups.
( 'hai : i n will be Mrs. Ida
Optner and Irvine Schatzman,
with Paul Seiderman in charge
I nti tainment.
Highlight of the evening will
n auction of merchandise un-
he ieadi rship of Saul Genet
Mrs. San-. Pollack.
DECEMi^
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Weizmann Dinner
At (irossinger's
GROSSIXGER. NY- A
honoring th< i I I'
Wi zmann, t Pr< sident of Is-
w II held at Gros-
singer Country Club on Sunday,
>< i ember 7th. Di Weizi
six reeks at the resort in
1942.
1I t iff) : | h are
txpect rea (10.000. will go
: a ird sup] lying a Ubi ai > col-
thi Weil Institul
: Scieno n [si ai Tl
ti n will be made in honoi ol the
: Selig and Malkt
I ; parents o| Mrs Jen
Gi ssingei
I'm-.isso. %tric.iii
Art At Lowe
1 i I. m i iallei at thi Uni
: Mian announces a
Mi bei Pi view "f ;,n impor-
pe< tiv< exhibition in-
lu : the works of Pablo Pi-
Ktt an sculpture on
D< th. 8 p.m.
live exhibitioi
.....
phj : aq tints
irork 1
tching made in 1904
; three colors
plet.....20tl ol May
Pictured above are members of the Arrangements Committee of the Dr. Chaim Weizmann
Memorial to b*> held Wednesday evenina, December 10th. 8:30 p.m.. in Flamingo Park, Mi-
i ami Beach, under the auspices of the Zionist Council of South Florida. Left to right are Mrs.
Isadore Yulish. Dr. Emanuel Kaplan, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Seymour Liebman, Manuel Burstein.
Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Fred Jonas, Miss Lillian Goodman and Sydney Sachs.
Miami Sistvrtt To
lluisf Fund* For
IIfhit>n School
The Sis'':''- i of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold it- Annual Latka Party
on Sunday evening. 7 p.in ,,t the
[101 SW 12th Av-
enue.
Assisting Mrs Irwin Sirkin.
will be the Mesdames Ben Sokol-
off. Beckie Becker. Qabe Perl-
man. Mollie Harrison and Peter
Duchon.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Talmud T
Robert Allen
Views Personality
The Human Relations Studv
and Discussion Group of the Mi-
ami Beach Division, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
meet on Wednesday. December
10th, 1 p m at the home of Mrs.
. Williamson. 5470 LaGorce
I): ive
r will be Dr. R ibetl M.
Allen. Pr if ; Psychology
at the University of Miami. He
iripture, winch will discuss: A Message Of Per-
' n the main gal- sonality Appraisal.
onsists of one of the most
rUnt grouping* if A:
: cure ever asw n I led in the
itheastern state-
Both exhibits will open to the
pur lie on Tuesday, December 9th.
and will remain in the gallery
unt.i December 29th.
Nominate Oiiicers
The Golden Age Friendship
Club will hold its first nomina-
tion of officers for the New Year
on Sunday, December 6th. at the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
t\ Center. 450 SW 16th Avenue.
B'nai B'rith Women
Fete District Heads
B'nai B'rith Women here will
be visited by the president and
first vice president of District
No 5, the Mesdames I. Harold
Hammerman and Maurice Gold-
berg, on Wednesday. December
10th. at the Sorrento Hotel, ac-
cording to Mrs. Tina Katz. pres-
ident of the Metropolitan Coun-
cil of South Florida.
The Wednesday meeting will I
be devoted to an all-day seminar ,
from 10:30 a.m.. until 3 p.m.. with
Mrs. Hammerman as principal \
speaker.
Mrs. Bernard Hoffman. Council
vice president, is in charge of ar-
rangements, with Mrs. Harry-
Kaufman. District Hillel chair-
j man. taking reservations.
An evening session, at 8 p.m..
is also being planned for the
Sorrento, Mrs Katz said.
Playing host to the District of-
ficers arc presidents of the fol-
lowing Chapters: Mesdames Ben
i Lrbow, Miami Beach; Sidney
| Pozen. Coral Gables: George
Gevenson. North Shore; Edyth
Fleischer. Emma Lazarus: Max
Bohrer. Hollywood
The Mesdames Burton Yagoda.
Eleanor Roosevelt. Irving Laib-
son. Tropical; Theodore Robin-
son. Fkimingo; and Harvey Her-
man, Miami.
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hairmen Of Beth Sholom Annual
zaar Listed; Opens December 16th
\rtv Annli'hinim. rhair-
Kkwisti fkrrtu,,
PAGE 5 B
Max Appli'baum, chair-
In of the Annual Bazaar and
hldren's Carnival of the Sis-
1 of Temple Beth Sholom,
.uinnunccd the following
I chairmen and ca-chair-
Ladies dresses Mesdames
Wolf, Jack Rosenthal and
Lewis; blouses Mesdames
eph Fenias and Milton Kraus;
:( Mrs. Rose K. Farr;
fens wear Mesdames Lewis
:, ,ind Sol Goldstein: cakes
candy Mrs. Ben Seidler:
,,. ries Mesdames Benjamin
bin and Leo Danerhirsch.
Produce Mrs. Lillian Edell;
fative arts Mesdames Ruth
Inn Koss. Bert Klee. Nan Bern-
l; .Inseph Shawmut and Ca-
ll!, Baum; toys Mrs. I. Abe
1 :.; fruit baskets and wheel
[ nee Mesdames Alex A.
r. Goldbert Goldman and
lr Friedman; snack bar
Udames Samuel Kelemer and
i sihlossberg; jewelry, cos-
Itics and notions Mrs. Jules
arming; children's wearMrs.
kreri D. Rajna.
i Msehold goods, linen and
rdware Mrs. Irving Bias-
white elephants Mes-
dames Morris Kreizcl and Mitzi
Greenhouse; auctions Mrs.
Saul Herman; dinner Mes-
dames Chester Krone and Irving
Marcus; children's carnival __
Mrs. Eli Meltzer.
Bazaar treasurers arc Mm.
Norman Babel and Mrs. I. C.
Greenberg. In charge of dinner
tickets are Mrs. Camille Baum
and Mrs. Mas Dreyer.
Mrs. Applebaum also announc-
ed that Lester Hart, well-known
auctioneer, has consented to run
the auctions both nights of the
Bazaar on Tuesday and Wednes-
day, December 16th and 17th.
All proceeds will go towards
the support of Beth Sholom Re-
ligious School which is the Sis-
; terhood's chief project, said Mrs.
^aron Farr, Sisterhood president.
NCCJ Forms Hew
Board Of Directors
The Florida Regional Office of
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, formerly
designated as The Miami Round
Table, lias been re-named the
Florida Chapter of the National
Conference of Christians and
.leu -.
Ihc change was announced this
week by Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
liams, George Chcrtkof anJRos-
eoe Brunstetter. co-chairmen :
the Florida Chapter.
The Floiida Chapter also si
lected prominent community
leaders now s< rving on the six
program committees to (en
a newly organized Board of Di-
rectors. Men bors el th" Board
are:
S. D. Weissbuch, chairman,
Schwartzman
:hwartzman Is
lome On Leave
L.c uti nant (jg) Theodore D.
hwartz.r.an, USNR, son of Mr.
(1 Mis. Henry N. Schwartzman,
louglas Road, Coral Ga-
is now spending his annual
leave at home.
L i ru t enant
Schwa r t z m a n
was recalled to
active duty with
the Navy in
April, 1951, and
has since been
-ttached to the
USS Meredith
,'DIi-890). one of
the n e w and
larger d e s troy-
ers opera ting
le Atlantic and Medter-
Fleets.
Meredith was the Flag-
lip of Destroyer Squadron No.
during the reccn^ Mainbrace
p tlantic Treaty Oiganization nav-
* i:: the Arctic and North At-

Lieutenant Schwartztman is
i' si itiy the Air Defense and
nnery Control Officer, with
Bditional collateral duties as
intenance and Public Relations
kffieer aboard the USS Mere-
Hh
A graduate of the United
llates Merchant Marine Acad-
my at Kingspoint, New York,
^.icut'nant Schwartzman attend-
ed the University of Miami be-
pre being recalled to active
Bi:tv.
Club Everglades Will Install Officers
Sunday; Evelyn Weiner To Head Group
On Sunday evening, Deeem- erine Luyton. financial secretary:
ber 7th, 6 p.m., at the Lincoln
Manor, Club Everglades, Work-
Gilbert Balkin
men's Circle Branch No. 1050,!
will hold its Annual Installation
Dinner-Dance.
Officers to be installed are Ev-
elyn Weiner, chairman: Max
Greenberg. vice chairman; Kath-
A^iHlatli Israel
isKtImmmI Party
Tlx first Card Party sponsored
> the Sisterhood of Agudath Is-
ael Hebrew Institute will take
>i..iv on Saturday evening, 7:30
P:n., at the Broadmooor Hotel,
ft i Beach.
Mi Esther Gulko. president of
It Sisterhood, and Mrs. Molly
I chairman of the alfair, re-
J>< rt active advance sales of
tickets
Engineers Conduct
Forum In Tampa
The American Society of Civil
Engineers will conduct a design
forum on prestresscd concrete
using the new Tampa Bay Bridge
as an example.
The forum is scheduled for
Tampa today and tomorrow.
Among local engineers attending
will be Jules P. Channing and
Edmund Friedman, national vice
president.
Brcmdeis AJC Meets
Brandeis Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, met yesterday
at the home of Mrs. Sid Finger.
1321 15th Street, Miami Beach.
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Mrs. Evelyn Dean, secretary. Rev-
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Miller A. F. Rixhie, J. Henry
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H. Fi;nklin Williams. Roscoe
Brunstetter, George Chcrtkof.
li a F. Slater, James Legate,
G. T. Baker. Sam Blank, Cecil
Holland and James Keller,
The Board <>f Directors also
created and adopted By-Laws
which1 will govern the operation
of the- Florida Chaptu'.
The Board of Director, has
been organized to give adminis-
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Expected to attend are repre-
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speaking branches here, their
women's clubs and the Southern
District.
Guest speaker will be Gilbert I
i Balkin.. director of the Florida i
Regional Office. Anti-Defama- \
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FRIDAY
B'nai ll'rith Youth Group* Will
.>lo*l llr- In l)MMiiiCMr roil volition
Some 250 B'naj B'rith Youth ~~
from the State of Florida will i planning chairman for the B'nai
convene in Greater Miami for B'rlth Girls. Contests will in-
their annual Regional gmjjn- stadt a discuarion by the boys,
tion on Saturduv, December 2 i1 was announced by Mrs. A.'an oratory contest and
Frank Wellins. chairman of the basketball tournament for State
local B"nai B'Vith Youth Com- championship.
mittee. B'nai B'rith girls will hold their
Theme of the Convention. story-telling and individual
which is scheduled to meet Chapter song contests,
through December 30th. will be:' Thref "C"1 ******** hv a,so
BBYO Loams About B'nai i been planned, including a dance.
a barbecue and a banquet. Cli-
ax of the Convention will be
MADE
EASY
Learns
B'rith. Meeting will take place
alternately at Temple Beth Shol- m
om and the Miami Branch of the banquet which is scheduling
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
Milton Friedman. National Youth
itv Center and will include sem- Commissioner from D. : t
in'ars. workshops and contests, as 5- and Miami attorney as master
well as social and athletic activi- of ct'rem nies____________
Youth chairmen for the Con- Gables Young Adults
vention are Donald Cook. Rich- Coral Gables Young Adults will
;.rd Finner and Harvey Stone, hold a Last Chance Dance on
responsible for the AZA portion. Sunday evening, December 7th.'
and Barbara Gardner, who is 9 p.m.. at the Sorrento Hotel.
Breakfast
Certainly!
And what doe* the lady
want?
I want (f) a menu
Surelyl
Here is (some) water
'Aru-hat hab-fro-ker
Ba-fu-ah
U-mah ro-zah ha-ge-ve-ret?
'Ani ro-?ah tafrit
Be-vad-da'i
Hin-neh ma-yim
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h "ii : i purchase a copy may do so by wr ling Mas ShoshaiM Spector ~.,. ,
dian. an '(i a check or money order for $1.50.
Here is a napkin and a Hin-neh map-pit ve-hin-neh
menu tafrit
What do you wish to have Mah ro-?eh 'ado-ni n'-sho-
first? nah?
Please give me some orange Be-vak-ka-shah la-tet li mi?
juice ta-pu-zim
And for the lady? Ve-la-ge-ve-ret? %
I want (f) grapefruit juice" ^Ani ro-zah mi? 'esh-ko-lit
Right out of th3 Arab.an Nichts is Miami Beach's newest
hotel, The Algiers due to have its premiere opening Decem-
ber 10th. Causing wide comment are many unusual and dis-
tinctive features incorporated throughout the multi-million
dollar structure. The facade is a breathtaking spectacle of
contrasting colors, which builds up to a fabulous spectrum in
the interior. One of the most unusual innovations is the Bird
Cage Card Room that is suspended like a canary's chateau
above the marguee which overhanas the spacious driveway.
Parking space will be cvailable on the premises. Surround-
ing the Olympic size swimminq pool will be 25 cabanas. The
Algiers will be actively directed by its owners. Louis Kenin,
Charles Posner and David Levinson.
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Simone Finner To
Appear In TV Series
Nineteen-year-old Simone Fin-
ner. who has been named locally
as the Youngest :n several fields,
will add another title to her col-
lection, this time -n television.
Although sh<
studied to be a
concert pianist
and was the
winner of the
Griffith Piano
National Audi-
tions and also
the Trinity Col-
lege of Music
Award during
her grammar
school days,
Miss Finnei
switched to singing in 1948. when
she appeared in a series of Sun-
day afternoon, radio concerts ov-
er radio stations in Maine.
On the local scene. Miss Finner
has appeared on radio and tele-
vision and this summer Wai In
the cast of Annie Oet Your Gun.
which starred Martha Rave
Graham Miller, local attorney,
will produce and announce the
Opera Guild show Serving as
advisor will be Dr. Artu
Filippi. artistic director and gen-
eral managei f i the Opera Guild
of Greater Miami.
B'nai B'rith Drive
The B'nai B'rith Women of'
I'. Gables held another party
Agudath Sisterhood
Sisterho d thi Agudath a]
rael Hebrew i:.::tute inD
i its first cell morrows'
in their drives for new members j ening .,, ^ g_
yesterday at the home of Mrs., moor Hotel. In charge of thei
Ben Bloom. 40 SW 30th Road, fair are Mrs Esther M. Gal
Mrs. E Fishalow was in charge president, an d Mrs. Molly Bj
of reservations. vice president and chairman.
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fon*iivllo >l Smt I'p Activities
1 8 ni inlzed
Club of the Monticello Park C
gregation, North Mian i Bea< h
r rapidly coming out of us :
tiv, stage, according to Milton
.Balsam, president proten
The group's Program Commit-
t> headed by Joel Miller, local
attorney, i.. preparing a terii
activities laid within the frame-
1 work of the put : : the or-
{ ganization. Balsam said early this
week.
Liaison 11 tween the Man's Cluj
and the Congregation will b.
Jacob Pint, long-time wintei
dent hem C irdinating actlvl
w,th th<- I I Auxiliary will
" committee composed of Dav
Edelstein. Al Lazar ar.d Milton
Hornstein.
The Men's club meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of
I each month.



|Y, DECEMBER 5. 1952
fcWff, r^ririi^r,
>rew Academy Volunteers Spur
ipaign For Affair January 4th
..!- f,*.. *V L'.flV, A.._________
PAGE 7 E
lies for the Fifth An------------
linncr and Journal pushed
k $9,000 mark by a suc-
M-A Day, volunteer
rs for the Greater Miami
Academy are intensify-
eir campaign for the Jan-
th function at the Miami
I Auditorium.
\bcrs of the Board of Di-
and other leaders of the
tv will meet at the home
irles Fruchtman, Dinner
an. on Monday, 4 p.m.
Jans for the program will
lussed at that time.
[Fathers' Club met yester-
the Surf Room of the
|ciub Hotel. Role of the
the Dinner and Journal
cussed following election
ters.
Listed for president was
Firtel, incumbent. Vice
Intial nominees were
Kimmel, Dr. Irwin Mak-
and Sidney Rubinowitz.
bold S. Kaufman, Aaron
In i and Isidore Spolter
amed as recording secre-
irresponding secretary and
! secretary, respectively. I
|li: ickman was selected as :
n uiiinated to the Board
lectors included Nathan'
{ Jack Ciment, Her-1
\>h< n. Louis Dublin, Lewis
Irving Genet, Ben Zion
g, Emanuel Grossman,
Imberman, Jacob Katz,'
ISi I, Rabbi David Sha-,
I Sonntag, Jerry Suss-
man. Max W. Temchin. Harold
Turk and Joseph Zcmel.
Mrs. David S. Andron. chair-
man of the Pictorial Journal,
said that "early sales this year
give every indication that the
steady growth of our project will
continue." Upon her return to
the city this week, she named
Mrs. Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Ray
Sitomer as vice chairmen of the
Journal.
f v m on Hi rate
tor tlinie
ial speaker at a meeting
Clara Hirsch Landau
B'nai B'rith Young
will be Miss Joyce Zim-
lated with the Education-
kirtment of the Florida
Office, Anti-Defama-
ague of B'nai B'rith, Miss
pian will demonstrate the
Clinic and lead a dis-
on Human Relations. In
of the program is Miss
|Monheit, ADL chairman
Chapter.
|meeting will take place
lome of Miss Vickie Hab-
I West 27th Street, Miami
Ion Monday evening, De-
'"h. 8:30 p.m.
Harvey Burger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Burger. 1680
Cleveland Road, Miami
Beach, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah tomorrow morning,
December 6th, during Sab-
bath services of the North
Shore Jewish Center. Harvey
has been a student at the
North Shore Religious School
since its inception three
years ago. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate at
the ceremony.
M aim Bea<*h
it M hi".>iiiity-wide In Mfcmor-
JOrlng the late Dr. Chaim
fcnn, was recently held at
Israel, West Palm Beach,
ded on the Arrangements
Bee were O. P. Gruner,
nt Temple Israel; Harry
P1"* president. Temple
I: Led Schwack, president,
|ed Jewish Charities; Carl
president, B'nai B'rith.
IHen.v Bogatin, chairman,
*h Board; and William
ting president. Lake
Hie,i, w Benevolent Asso-
11 Feldman. intimate
first president of
delivered the principal
Both II Plans
Prc-Chanuka
A Pre-Chanuka Celebration
will be hold by the Beth El Con-
gregation on Sunday evening,
December 7th, 6 p.m.. in the Dora
August Memorial Hall.
A musical program, featuring
classical, cantorial and violin
selections, will highlight the af-
fair. Principal speaker will be
Dr. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth
El spiritual leader.
Hostess at a chicken dinner
will be Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Beth El Academy.
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The Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold its
monthly Luncheon at the Center
on Tuesday. December 9th.
Mis. Leon Bernard, chairman,
will be assisted by the Mes-
dames Walter Stewart. Aaron
Shapiro. Jack Cohen and B. Far-
berman.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reisinger
were winners of a round trip to
Havana given away by the Cen-
ter at its Annual Thanksgiving
Dance.
The Center's next affair sched-j
uled is a party at the Miracle
Theater to be held during the I
week of December 6th. Buddy
Logue is in charge of the affair.
The Senior Friendship Group J
has completed plans for a Games
Party to be held on December i
14th.
The Center has also completed
plans for its Annual New Year's,
Eve Party. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stewart, co-chairmen, are sched-
uling a midnight supper. Reser-
vations are being accepted by
Evelyn Clein, Morton Elterman
and Al Constantin.
The Honorable James G. McDonald, first American Ambas-
sador to Israel, presents an Israel Bond on behalf of his par-
ents to Harvey L. Farr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr on
the occasion of hi- Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sholom 'last
Saturday In turn. Harvey gave the bond to Leon J. Ell. presi-
dent of the Temple, ere his qift to its Building Fund. Rabbi
Leon Kromsh. spiritual leader of the Congregation, looks on
Plug Casting Discussed
Fishing classes began last
Tuesday evening at the Beach
Branch of the Greater r Miami
Jewish Community Center. Dr.|
Elias Frcidus, Miami Beach phy-
sician and member of the Angler's
Club, was guest speaker and dis-
cussd plug casting.
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Hollywood Mt'nai H'rith Youth I *t<>
"Gmmmt&Ai Thanksgiving Sight Memi
Members home from college
ft r Thanksgiving holidays were
id at the meeting of the
Broward County Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, held
.it the Hollywood Jewish Con -
n unity Center last Thursday eve-
Non-resident members present
the Misses Greta Hartman.
Myrna Schlafer and Mimi Van-
Is a University of Miami: Lebe
igious. Richard Axinn: Cultural.
Edith Boren: Social. Sandra C
her: Historian Reporter. Anita
Matn .--
Leuthold will assume the Anti-
Defamation League chaii
ship.
Tuesday. December 9th. was
get ai th< date far packing Drugs
for the B'nai B'rith Children's
in Israel. The Packing
Party will be held at the home
Halpern. Endicott College, Massa-j 0f the president. 0725 N\V 26th
chusetts; Helene Buckhantz. Judy Avenue. Miami. Participating will
'. bson, Mort Perhn, Mort Ru-, Ut. hosl Leuthold, Edith Boren,
be! and Jerry Taylor. University jU{jv Schwartz. Ralph Howell,
ol Florida: and Lew Biegelsen. yk." Glaser and Miss Anna D.
erburg Academy, Pennsyl- Daniels, adviser
After the business session an
Guests present were Joan jVl, (;,,t a Secret Pro-am was
frank. University of Florida: held. Members "having secrets"
Mi cine Lipsitz, Hollywood; and were Mrs Paul Diamond. R
I rkin, Miami. Leuthold, Edith Boren. Vic Glas-
. : isiness -< Anita Matross and Helene
F ithold, president, a| B int2 The panel consisted
Committ) Z fnas Bill Mars. Judy Ja-
M< ership. Vic Glas- i md Ralph Howell.
. ; Con n unit> Si rvi i and Arm-
ed Forces, Em < man; Reso-
I Projeel
Sandra Tay-
Mhletics. H n: Re-
Pythian Stmterm
Joint AHair
Sisi District N 5,
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,i : Tuesday i vening,
l Ith. at 8 ] at the
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Harry H. Q
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talk.
end
Private School Meeting
Private Schools Associa-
t; n ol Dade County met last
:i ghl ..'. th< Mannneimer School.
Guest speaker was James Rue.
Supervisor of Welfare and At-
ti lance of the Dade County
E h ols.
He spoke on attendance prob-
lems met with in transfer cases.
McDonald Affair
Nets 516,000 In
Israel Bond Sales
. ala social evi i I
.- : ison produ
Israel Boi es last
Mr. and Mi Emil J.
: red foi ei A
doi J..' es 0 McDonald at a re-
eption in thu: South Miami
Highlighting his talk were ac-
f An assador McDonald's
lays in Israel
A ng guests in attendance
Ml and Mrs L G:
I Mrs. M Barkon. Mr. and
Mrs Greenberg, Mr and Mrs s.
I Mr. and Mi Robert
Russell Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Sapei
M and Mrs. N Sedley, Mr
Mrs. Joshua J. Sfegal, Mr.
Mrs. Marvin I.. Zank, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Adelman. Mr.
and Mrs Herman Bender, Mr,
an : M Morris s Burk, Mr. and
".: H in D Covi i n ai Mi
I M M rton R Fellman, Mr.
ill Da\ id B Fli en i
Mr and Mrs Herbert Gelernt-
ner, Mr and Mrs Jerome Elson,
ind Mrs Irwin Korach, Mr.
and Mr A. Mastow.*Mi and Mrs.
N itl an Rood, Mr and Mrs A M.
Shandloff. Mr. apd Mrs. Ab- K.i-
Mr and Mrs Harry Gn n
Ml and Mrs Jack Gordon.
Mr .md Mrs. Moe Feingold and
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Feldn.an.
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lion of the buildmq will be on Sunday. December 14th. at 10 a.m.. and will mark 20*
service to the Congregation by its spiritual leader. Rabbi Max Shapiro. The proorani
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IY, DECEMBER 5. 1952
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1LIGI0US DIRECTORY
ITICELLO PARK CON-
\TION will hold Friday
services at 8:15 p.m.,
leverend Jacob Katz of-
and preaching. An Oneg
al will follow. Saturday
kg services are at 9 a.m.
(nd Katz will discuss the
Portion. #Mincha is at
ollowed by Shalos Seu-
1P1.F. BETH SHOLOM will
|h<> 10th anniversary of its
jig during Friday evening
at 8:18 p.m. Rabbi Leon
will officiate and dis-
i The Game Worth The
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
bf the Florida Rabbinate,
hend special greetings to
Congregation. An Oneg
it will follow. Founder
jot honor will be Mrs. Ca-
laum, Mr. and Mrs. George
Mi and Mrs. Harry Kohn,
kd Mrs. I. S. Greenberg,
Id Mrs. Abraham Schiff,
id Mrs. Abraham Zinna-
liss Nan Winkleman, Mrs.
Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Char-
obin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
an and Mrs. I. S. Perse.
Dthman has been named
an of the Founders Night
at.on by Leon J. Ell, Beth
president.
*
F.TH ISRAEL CONGRE-
i will hold early Friday
services at 4:45 p.m. Late
are scheduled for 8:15
lantor Abraham Seif and
dgregation Choir will di-
musical portions of the
with Rabbi Abraham
J officiating and initiating
peries of lectures entitled:
Health And The Bible.
ar Mit2*ah of Harvey. ^n of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burger, will
take place.
* .
ELAGLER-GRANADA JFW-
ISH COMMUNITY CENTER will
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Greater Miami's
Synagogue Directory
hold Friday
evening services at
8 P.m. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sha-
pirowill be hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat following, Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m
Da.ly morning services are sch-
eduled for 7:30 a.m.
* *
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi
Joseph Narot officiating. Guest
preacher will be Rabbi Herman
E. Schaalman, director of the
Chicago Federation of Reform
Congregations. Subject of his
discourse is scheduled as: What
Future For Reform Judaism.
* *
BETH EL CONGREGATION
will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at sundown. Saturdav morn-
ing services are at 8:30 a.m.,
when Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
will discuss: Unholy Tales About
The Holy Scriptures. A Talmud
session is scheduled for 4 p.m.,
and will be conducted by the
Rabbi. Mincha is at 4.45 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rab-
bi Samuel Krolowitz will view
the Weekly Portion. Junior-Con-
gregation services are at 10 a.m.,
in Yeshiva Hall,
A?iwd?th '""'-"'I'l'i Isaac Ever "r-
Miami.
Beth ElI),
thod
1MB 8W (rd Awe.!
Shmaryahu Swirsky. I
.Liberal, mi maM \v.- \t ,\
ami Beach!0*' ':'"''"1 A'" Ml"
Coral Cabits i:.,i,i,: Morris Skop Lib-
n\\ ni Ave., ,\ii,:.
Sflam"l?r""d" '" NW "" Ptace-
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
Hiaieah.M,.im, spnngi Reverend
HoivJjA'J,",. ';', K '"' Av- Hlaleah,
Hollywood Rabbi Jacob llnm. Con-
iJ22Si'vS( 2i* '""lk Sl- noiivwo.i.
" , rer., Minim.
Kneteth i.raei .Rabbi Abraham Cas-
Miami I :<.,i, ),
Miami BeachRabbi Irving l^hrman.
Conservative, 17(M Wish. Ave MB
Miami Hebrew School- Rabbi Simon
April. Orthodox, 1101 8W 12th Ave..
Miami.
Monticello Park Reverend Jacob
Katz. l.iiu, street .and NB nth
m- Sf'S' v,"'"> Miami ItcHi-h.
North DadeKnbhl Harry K-.tinger
Conservative, 13(30 w. Dixie Hlsh-
way. North Miami.
North ShoreRsilibi Mayer Ahrnmn-
witi, Conservative, 62o T.'.th St..
Miami Beach.
Temple IsraelI ir. Joseph Narot Re-
form 187 NK lfith St Miami.
Tifereth Israel 1500 N. Miami Ave,
Miami.
West MiamiUat,|,| Alfred Waxman,
Conservative, o?:'o sw nth St.,
Miami.
Young Israel Orthdox. 4001 Chase
Are., Miami Beach.
ZamoraReverend Rudolf Brill, Con-
servative, 41 Zamora Ave, Coral
Gables.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH
CENTER will hold Friday even-
ing services at 8:15 p.m., with
Rabbi Morris Skop officiating.
Subject of his discourse is sched-
uled as: Chanuka And Christ-
a series" "of "three I mas In ur Public Schools. Ray-
.ling with mental ill- i ond, Elman- son of Mr. and
me, among Biblical I *** Lee Elm. will become Bar
Saturday morning*Mltzvah dunn8 Saturday morn-
iiv ;it 8:30 a.m. Minctia
Jut 4:45 p.m., followed by
fSt'iul'is.

fEW ACADEMY will hold
(evening services at 5:15
Iturday morning services
a.m., with Rabbi Alex-
is officiating. Subject
erinon will be: Are We
Jp To Our Name. Cantor
fcmbor will chant the lit-
|t is also scheduled to lead
afternoon class in Lit-
jMusic. The Saturday af-
Pust-Graduate Student
on Group will continue
is led by Rabbi Gross.
I Shabbat for children,
by Mrs. Alexander
at 3:30 p.m. Included
btory-telling, singing and
folk Dancing. Mrs. Maur-
I1 will be hostess.
I is at i p.m., with Shalos
following. Daily services
K30 a m., and at 5:15 p.m.
U/ CONGREGA-
rill hold Friday evening
'' 5:15 p.m. Saturday
is are at 8:30 a.m..
pbbi Joseph Rackovsky
Weekly Portion.
1 r, wiirbe the sub-
Inis discourse at 4 p.m.
I 4:30 p.m.. followed
""- s. udos and Maariv.
ire at 7:30 p.m..
IS |un.
ing services at 9:30 a.m. The
Bar Mitzvah's parents will be
Portion. Student services are at
10:30 a.m. Daily services are
scheduled for 8 a.m., and 5:15
p.m.
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
AND CONGREGATION will hold
Friday evening services at 5 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Simon Ap-
ril officiating and discussing: A
Patriarch Dies. A class in Mish-
na will be at 4 p.m., followed
by Mincha and Shalos Seudos.
*
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
study of the Weekly Portion and
Shalos Seudos.

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:30 p.m., with- Reverend Leo
Heim officiating and assisted by
the Center Choir. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Rackear will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following. Mrs.
Rackear will bless the Sabbath
candles in honor of their son's
birthday. Subject of a discourse
by Mr. Rackear is scheduled as:
Jewishness Begins At Home.
Saturday morning services are at
9 a.m. Reverend Heim will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion.

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 5 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a.m.
Mincha will be at 5 p.m., follow-
ed by Shalos Seudos. Daily serv-
ices are at 8 a.m., and at 5 p.m.
*
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD will hold
Friday evening services at 8:30
p.m. In observance of Jewish
Book Month, Rabbi Jacob Honig
will discuss: The Tongue Of The
Prophets. Cantor Joseph W. Mal-
ek will render the musical por-
tion of the liturgy. Kiddush will
be recited by Betsy Nathanson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Nathanson. Saturday morning
services are at 9:30 a.m.
Obituaries
MILTON li. V*Oa
i*. of li io Collins Avenue, died here
on Noyembei 85th, lie la survived by
his wife, Sadie; and two brothers, b'i
ana Ous, Services were on November
-.Hi, at the Miami Beach Rivers I le
Chapel, win, Rabbi Joseph Narot offl-
I'latln*. Interment was on I- ..<
Memorial l-ark Cemetery.
(lei
FRIEDA TREIMAN
M. pf 500lfith Btreet, .Miami Beach,
[u......" November roth. A resident
here roi th. past rive years,
survived l.y two daughters, Mrs /.
and Miss Kosemarj Trelma i,
n ,,,.. i:, ach; i nd one son, Lo .
Chicago. Remains were sent to Chi-
cago, Illinois, bj the Miami I ,
Riverside
M IN Nil: WILANSKY
fO, of 642 Michigan Avenue, died i n
i>" mi,.-: 1st. s'liv is survived by three
sons, Jack, Joseph and Samuel an I
oni nelce, Mrs. Rose Hlegel, Miami
Beach, Remains were sent to Sprlng-
Meld, Ma isacnusetts, foi .-.-, \ i, .-s :,,,,!
Intermen! b> the Miami Beach R -
side.
hosts to the Friday evening Oneg! Fr'day evening services at 5:30
Shabbat, as well as to the Kid-
dush following conclusion of the
Saturday morning services.
BETH JACOB CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 p.m., with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. Sat-
urday morning services are at
8:30 "a.m., when the Rabbi will]
discuss: Whose Are The Child-
p.m. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs will discuss the Weekly
Portion Mincha is at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Jun-
ior Sabbath services are at 10
a.m.
*
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will hold regular services Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m. Reverend Ru-
Manufacturers Will
Display Wares Here
National manufacturers are
convinced that Miami is a good
testing ground for their styles
and fabrics.
Over 100 exhibitors displaying
an average of 250 lines will show
their resort and early summer
garments at the McAllister Ho-
tel on January 11th through 14th.
Eight floors have been reserved
for this market week. They will
be filled with samples of sports-
wear, dresses, coats, suits, ling-
erie, shoes, jewelry and hand-
bags and accessories for ladies
and children, as well as dry-
goods.
The show will be under the
auspices of the Pan American
Fashion Mart, a travelling sales-
men's organization, moving
through, southeastern United
States.
NATHAN ANAI'OI.SKV
IS, of 1730 SW 0th Btreet, passed
awaj on Monday, November mh, !
his residence. He i- survived by Is
wife, Mollle. Services wer....., Mon-
'''> "The Miami Riverside", :!,
Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officiating. Inter-
ment was n Mount sinai Cemetei
M MIKI'.V UAVNKlt
32, of .ii._. Palermo Avenue. Coral Hi
i.les, died on November 25th. He |h
survived b) his. wile. Sylvia: two SOI <,
Ktephen and Barry: one sister, Mrs
Mildred Pabrlkant; and his parents,
Joseph and Hose Wayner Mr Way-
n,i was associated with Weber,
Thompson ami Lefcourt, Accountants,
Services were on November 27th, it
"Tiie Miami Riverside'-, with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating. Intermenl
was on Mount Nelio Cemeterv.
ABRAHAM MEDNICK
.1. of 10021 NE 0th Court, died on
November 22nd, in a hospital in
Rochester, Minnesota. He Is survived
by his wife, Eva; two sons, Sidney
and Harvey; and one brother, Louis.
Services were "ii November 26th, at
"The Miami Riverside", with Rablii
Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Inter-
menl was on Mounl Nebo Cemeterv.
i "SOAR ALE8KOVSKT
65, of 145.". NW 27th Street, passed
away on November 22nd. He is sur-
vlved by his- wife. Sarah; two .sons,
Nathan and Bernard; and one daugh-
ter. Mrs. Doris Kaplan. He al-o
leaves six grandchildren. Remains
were sent to New York City for serv-
lees and interment liv "The Miami
Riverside".
ISAIHiR STRAISS
7J, Of 17". NW 4th Street, died on
November 25th. Services were in the
Miami Chapel of the < lordon Funeral
Home.
FANNIE WALTZBR
.".7, of 2291 NW ",tli Avenue, died on
November 26th, A resident here for
the past 16 yens, she is survived by
her husband. Sam. Services were in
the Miami Chapel of the Gordon Pu
neiai Home, with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating Interment was on
Mount sinai Cemetery.
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
rot MST. COMVALESCEMa
AM) OiSOKIC mu
*nrn rim Mu,
ms aw. NVMsn
ren? Cantor Aaron Weingarten Idolf E- Bri" will officiate. Ar-
will render the musical portions j thur Deutsch, head of the Re-
L" S HO RE
JEWISH
of the liturgy. Junior services are
at 9 a.m., under the direction of
B. Kaminetzky, Beth Jacob fac-
ulty. Mincha will be at 5 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Seudos. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will discuss the
Weekly Portion.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday ev-
ening services at 5 p.m. Satur-
day morning services are at 9
a.m., with Rabbi Isaac Ever of-
ficiating and discussing: Israel's'
Protection Three Weapons. A
Kiddush will follow services.
Daily services are at 8:30 a.m.,
and at 5 p.m.
-
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiating, assisted by
the Student Choir under the di-
1 hold Friday even- rection of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
Subject of a discourse to be de-
livered by Rabbi Shapiro is: Po-
litical Anti-Semitism. An Oneg
Shabbat will follow under the
sponsorship of Mr. and Mis. Har-
ry Einhorn. Saturday morning
services are at 9 a.m., when the
Rabbi will discuss the Weekly
fees at 8:15 p.m., with
Wyei Abramowitz offic-
d discussing: Perfidy At
Cantor Edward Klein
M the musical portions
jjMgy, assisted by the
11111: Saturday rriorning
" at 9 a.m., when the
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Bessie Gaynor will be host at
the Oneg Shabbat. Services will
begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and
will be followed by a Kiddush.
Mincha is scheduled for 5:15 p.m.

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating andj
discussing: The Power In Man.
Saturday morning services arej
at 9 a.m., when the Rabbi will
discuss the Weekly Portion. An
afternoon Bible class is at 4 p.m.,
followed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos. Cantor David Silver"-
man will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy, assistea by
the Center Choir. Daily services
are in the Chapel at 8 a.m., and
at 5:30 p.m.

WEST MIAMI JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold early Friday ev-
ening services at 5:15 p.m. Late
services are at 8:30 p.m., with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiat-
ing. An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with Junior servic-
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will be at 5 p.m., followed by |
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A Dinner-Dance to mark the third anniversary of the founding
of Mount Sinai Hospital will be held by the hospital'? medical
staff on Sunday eveninq, December 14th. at the Clover Club.
Tickets, are being distributed to slaff members and trustees
of the hospital by the Entertainment Committee under the
direction of Dr. Jack H. Falk, chairman. Serving with Dr. Falk
crre Drs. Maurice J. Rose. Sanford Levine. Murray M. Reek-
son, Saul Selevan and Nathaniel M. Levin. Seen above is Dr.
Falk (left) making arrangements for the affair, which will be
held annually, with Dr. Levine and Dr. Rose (standing).______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE la ........i.i MVEN thai
gned, doalrtng to engaure In
under the fMitloiiN trim.- ..f
ilAKDNAR MI'l.l.'iY. CO-MI-OA
'LEANINU, at -"'-'-' Routhweal Itnd
Street, Miami, PI.....la. Intend to rea-
-.ii.i name with the I'leik nil Court of Dad* County, HTorlda
S. IRWIN BECKER
KI'WAKIi I. BECKER
4HEINER A BIMELER
Vttomeyi lor Applicant*
10! Itopel lSuildinir
Miami. Fla.
1 L' 12 .-12 1M
'I
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
37 N. E. '.Xh Sfeet Pho-e 9-8401
AL VE.DENBERG. Owner
Academy Pupils
On Station WKAT
Stud) II* = w Acad-
pn sent the story of
ika 1 Ft stival of Lights,
\ WKAT on Thursday
: Ith, at 7 p.m.
Rail All icandi i s Gross
and produced the dl
tic presentation of the holiday.
Mrs." Jack Donnerstag, musical
r ol the Academy, will
in thi i apacity for
I lay.
Jay Makovsky and Irving Kele-
will conduct the religious
eremi vt hii h will hig ilight
imsl urg
nai
F thi r>l Antioi hu<
will be Herman Shapiro, with
Varon Fensterheim as Mattatiias
and Phyllis Katz as Hanna. This
will t the second consecutive
y ar the program has been pre-
sent! d.
LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
II i; I- ......1 i.i UIVBN that
Knp in
. t in- fu i itloua MtlM of
El >AM I- Al It Rl I1HKH KHI 'i >t?CTM
,,i ....; |:i-. lyni Boulevard, Miami.
i. "..I',! hi..? dl '" r-K
... .! name with the Clerk of
lh Circuit I 'out I ol I d< l 'aunty.

is ZKI.I.Kl:
STANLEY JOEL LEVINE
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e&tn%tttt
KOSHER STYLE COOKING
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
AIR CONDITIONED
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMC LAW
ilVEN that
. Ii4*<-ru
m n mi.. ..:
fo.MPAN\ al
l- i v I' i
. '1*1 k
the int;
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170 N.W. 5th ST.
FREE PARKING 2-9814
Invest Where The Banks Invest
DON'T BE A 2>2 PERCENTER
Why allow your invested dollar to return 2Vi
percent from a bank when with practically the
same security your dollar can return up to 2V2
to 3 times as much.
INVEST IN WELL SECURED HIGH INTEREST
FIRST MORTGAGES
LINCOLN MORTGAGE CO.
4th FLOOR. PACIFIC. BUILDING PHONE 3-7565
WHY NOT PHONE OR VISIT US FOR INFORMATION
NOTlCF UNOI.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby uiven that
-,' the flctttlou '< in. "f
I! .\ II MOTORS I ol Im I ..1 ITS
''- 1 1. .. Miami. I
1 ; me with the
(he I "I lit I 1.1; ..f I ;'!.-
I
KDV. Al: 1 HtiRiiW ITZ,
.. ni
IRVING I'TPES
AM..1 ne> 1.....a m 1
1 <_> Lli oh Road
Miami Beat h, I 11<' .
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MSItKliY fllVBN that
thi undaralKnail, dealrlnf to enrace In
an im.ler the ftel ttoui name I MILLER rSL*IU> HOt'SE, it 114 B
Klagler Street, Miami, Intend* t-. r-n-
, -...I n.in.. tii the Clerk of the
Circuit curt ..f Dad* County, rtor-
r.KI.STVN. INC
BERK "K. SII \ P1RI i A- Kltll-M '
Utorneyt foi Vpplicani
IH Lincoln It.I
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the flri-i

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I..- .- in i pwnteli.
aid, i
Date \. _: K|, .
CLAItA HORN ml
Mt.ltltlS HORN,
x i lai'.
NATHAN HORN I
KllVNi:it ,\ M WNHKiiidT
Att..I'll- h
n/n i!
NOTICE UNDER I
NAME LAW
N> >TICE :- IIKREBT L
the underxixne.l, derirlafU
bualneaa :hr futltwgH
ACE RADH HUM N W |
Miami, m Met %ii
With the ^ | !hr I"|CT*K|
o( Dad* FlorMi
I'.ol BR1
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 1M29
SHELDON II BARON, I'Uintiff
JOAN BARON Defendauil
TO JOAN BARON
:'.7i lv ihlne Avanu*
Newark. New Jersev
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y i. \N BAR! 'N are hereby
notified that .. Bill Complaint f.-r
Dlvorn aaj bean file.l againat you,
inil you are required '......r* .i cop)
il ) .'i: Anawei --r P1*a\dlns t. thi*
lull ..f t'oni|iiHint on the Plalntifr*
Mtorn*) HENRY SC8KENBACM
..'il Bevbold Mini.imt Miami, I lor-
'... and file ',. m alnal .\i nwet or
n the I Iffll e of the clerk
,.i '..-r,--. the
!. If you
. nl Im do'
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li
:-t 'i .l.ii I N'..\ .ml,, i .
r. i: LEATHERMAN,
Clei C lit C
I ..... .'.. mi\ I- i .
II) W.M W RTIH.TCINO,
|.i-uut\ Clerk
HENRY NT.-.-IN I MM
Dtorm Intiff
III Sej i.. i Building
Miami, Florida
; |
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT*.
NAME LAW
Ni (TICK :- IIKREBT illTI
the undei.- detlnDpaid
bualni u .
HARR1 XOC
4.''.; \\ I ..-
. .
with the of id- i\:n|
: i >uui
II IRRT SISB
WILLIAM : IIKE.NNER
|je Llm Ituad
Mian i FT*
11/J*
IN
lOGESI
THE COLNTV JUD
IN AND FOR DAOE COU
FLORIDA. IN PR0Btt|
No. 28U-B
III lie I I K "I-
MORRIS ilELUa
. NOTICE TO CREDIT!
To A .'"i *IL
Havii "''
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Tou
notlfli
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-YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH
at
MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 41071
Notice I* herein jlvi thai BBN
I IIOHKIN. t,.,i,i. dI C t) of Miami Tax
I Sale I lr Numbered lltl. dated
I the :,tii da) ..f June, a li ItSO, haa
-. .1 Certil mi mi> offk a,
| .ni.l ha* ri,.,..- ,.;.|. ration f-u tax deed
i.> Iaau< thereon aci-ordance with
Maw s.,id Certificate embraea* the
I following deacrlbeil property, nituated
in I'ade County, rlorlda, lo-wlt:
l-'i 14, BVn k ... Twelfth Street
Manor* Klral Addition, rial lt Pag* T. :n th^ Clt) .rf Miami.
to mtj of i lade Wtati ..f pnortdB.
The aaeeamenl ..r aald property un-
der the Cartlficati laaueg ra* in the
l Unknown t'nlea* aald Car-
ill., air 5,1ml! i redeemed according
t.. law, tax dee,i win laaua thereon <.n
is. lTth da) ,.f Daoembar, AH 1>S!
Dated this, loth d.,* ,,f November,
A D. IS"."
K 11 I.KATIIKHMAN.
i 'i.i k ,.f fin mi i ,,, i,
I >a.l.- Count) Florida
Hireult Court S.-ali
B) N C BTBRRETT,
I t,iil\ l 'lei k
iint-n-a 11 i-ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 1S4852
ROBERT ALEXANDER
BANNERMAN, Plaintiff,
\ H
lailtoTIIY MARIAN
BANNERMAN, Defen lain.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T" I'..Hi .THY MA It I AN
BANNERMAN, defendant
, ,, Ma- k
T.t Seventh Avenu*
New York, N-w Y'.ik
T..u, iKMtoTHY MARIAN BAN-
NERMAN. are hereby notified that
Hill of i '..inplalnt tor Dlvur. I.a-
I.....B llle.l agalnal >..u and yoa are
required t.. wrra a eon "f r*a*i
An-wer ..i PI parting t. the BID of
Complaint on the plaintiff* attorney*.
KOVNBR .* MANNHE1MER, 4 SO
Lincoln U.....I. Miami liemh, Etorlda,
and file the urlKinal Answer or llead-
iiik- in the offtca ">f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the S9th
day ,,f lie. .ml.er. IH1. If JTOU fall
Ui ,1,, *,,. jinlauo-nt h> default will
be taken aaalnnt you foi the relief
demand**! In the inn of Complaint.
I KiNK AND iiRHKHKIi at Miami.
rlorlda. I hie SMh day of November.
Mi.
K It LEATIIERMAN.
Clerk, Clrenit Court
I Hole CoUaty, Klo: Ida
(Circuit Curt Seal)
I'v It II RICK. JR
I |. it'. I'lerk
KOVNKH a MAN'NllKIMER
IN I in, ..In Road
Miami Beaih. riorlda
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with the rk,::'$rtL,
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bualn.ee>
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ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATMQN OUTFtTS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
2-4366
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DECEMBER 5, 1952
LEGAL NOTICE_______
[COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
lit) FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No. 22272
TATB Of
.11 111,Kit, I 'i-'-i'UMI-iI.
foF INTENTION TO MAKE
klCATION FOR FINAL
OISCHARQE
IWfloM IT MAY CONCERN:
i i. i.\ glit'ii tlutl I have
final report as Administrator
Ltii,. ..t Max Dublvr, deceas-
fi have filed my Petition for
and that l will apply
ih,. judges of tin' ("unity
unit, Dude County, Florida.
!i ila.i of Deoamber, nf>2, for
[, i he same anil fin- final
i Administrator or the Ba-
li i mill. r. deceased.
iih i !* t ti day of November,
|i:r prRI.ER. Administrator
I I'ALLOT
Vdmlnlatrator
i Building
12-1'.'
+Je*lsli rhrkUan
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
E. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OWEN Chat
iuii.mI, desiring to engage in
nil.r the fictitious name of
ViiYS, t 7M3 N.. E. 2nd
iill,-tuls to register Said
li ih,- Clerk of the Circuit
i.i.l,- i oiinty, Morlda.
:nce A SAI.I.Y WEXLER
r ICE88t.BR
Applicant!
r st .
12 :
p..-i.
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
l> HEREBY GIVEN that
llgni 'I. desiring to engage in
.! thf fictitious name of
I: A S E M E N T a n (I
K I N T I X ii SERVICE
1.Y MAIL-ORDER), at .'.32
I ..Lira, Coral tiables, in-
eglster Bald name with the
hi, I'n.-ult Court of I>ade
florldu.
It J. IIEALEY
riCE TO CREDITORS
;OUNTY JUDGES- COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
tIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 29113-B
1ST VTK IK
sen WARTS, Deceased
Iditnix .mil All Persons Hav-
lltii- ui l >> -in.imis Asalnsl
fc< h fiiulred to present any
Li demands which you. or
. ma> have against the
'HELEN Hl'HWARTZ, .....
..f I'.nil- County, Florida,
I'll.- ilde County Judges ,>t"
1 i nil- the Main,- in
:- lii the i 'ounty Courthouse
'ui'".. I''lurida. within eight
nnlhs from the date of the
hereof. Bald claims
Bi untain the legal ad-
lulmanl and to he sworn
ted "- aforesaid, or
I., ha I: .1
i i 19th, A.I). 11452.
poLl'll MENDEL
.. i utor of the Last Will
|d Testament of
LEX SCHWARTZ,
I leceased.
W MALEK
In H ad
eh, nori,la
I "i|.h Mendel. Executor
12 .".-12
:e TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
1IDA. IN PROBATE.
No 28119. B
-T VTE I IP
I SftiARMAN,
I "eoeased
'"I All Persons HaV-
iin- hi- Demands Against
,ii h ..f you. are hereby
I required to ; .....m any
ndi which you,- or
may have anahlll the
IEXRV i MHAHMAN. de-
I'.nle County, Florida,
il'le County Judges of
and file the same In
li. Couhty Courthouse
i Florida, within eight
from the data of the
a! ..ri hereof. Said claims
ontaln the legal ad-
ei.nmant and to be sworn
' I a* aforesaid, or same
I' IT. A D. IMa,
It I l; I DE Sl-C.ARMAN
AdininiKtratrlx C.T.A. PRN
the Estate of
MN I Sl-CAKMAX.
........ Deceased.
WL\ RR Mri.UiY
I c.T.A. DBN
BY PUBUICATION
IRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OA IN AND FOR OADE
"Ty IN CHANCERY.
. No. 15372S-J
'>' I'AWSU.N.
Tlalntlff.
IL DAWSON,
__ Defendant.
p0R DIVORCE
,'El'll, DAWSON
i-l Sir,,-I
'I Virginia
\ 'ECU, DAWSON. are
'< that a Bill of Corn-
has I.....n filed
""i you are required to
Vnswei or Plead-
" "' ''omplalni on the
tiEOROE .1 TAI,.
II Road, Miami
le ihe ni
thi
Cou on or
'
ii mi by de-
tains! yi
In th U II of
JIT
RY
IN I
in
ii


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S||
Pub I
a cui nreeki
I "RIDIAN"
"
' Novambe
E rt
i '"''
fe ft*
HERMAN,
' ,'irt.
. Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
*.. Mia,,,,. 'ttrtiJta .!; ,!:;::.;
MM ntftne with the Clerk of ,'
eult Court of Dade Count*. Klorlds
BERICK, s.m......'^'i^;1^'
11/28 12/5-12-19________
NOTICE UNDER" FICTITIOUS-
......., .,. NAME LAW
NOTICE IE HEREBY OIVEN that
}{.., i,V! '"'' "r "'..... county,
PRIED-aOI.D CORPORATION
a Florida Corporation
Bj: i-ai i. b OOLDBERl!, sit .
BHEINER A SPIELER 8r*m
&it0,r.ney f"r Applicants
IJ2 Itnner Building
Miami 32. Horlda
II-"- I2/.V12-19
__ .\ LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
,. No. 26436. A
RE: ESTATE Of
HARRY 1, WILEXSKY.
NOTic.<.,-rJTENT,ON tom'ake
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
rua '!!""'';.Is ,n,"ll>' K'ven that I have
filed n> riuH| report and petition for
l-lnal Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate ol harry l. wilensky
Honorable w K. hi.axii.n. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
'.ht\. -"'"te of HARRY I. WILEN-
SKY, deceased.
This Mth da> ..f November, \' MARY I!. WII.ENSKY,
Administratrix of tin-
Batate '.
HARRY I. WH.EXSKY.
RICHARD KRIEOER EIXk" ""'"'
Attorney for the Estate of
Harry I. Wilensky
II 28 12 .-,-12-1:.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 27222
RE: ESTATE tK
JACOB M SEIDBNBERO,
NOTICE OF INTENTION To'mAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i.- hereby given thai
nave filed :. rinal report and petition
foi Final Discharge as Co-Executors
ol the estate of JACOB M. 8EIDEX-
BERil, deceased; snd thai ,.n the
23rd da; of December, 1952, we will
apply in the Honorable W K liLAN-
TON, Counts Judge ol Dade County,
Florida, for approval ..f said final
report and for final discharge as said
Co-Executors of the Estate ..f JACOB
M KEIDENBERQ, deceased.
This 19th day .,i N'ovAnber, 1952.
BERTHA K.\ II.MAN-
ISA AC JOFPB
< -..-I'Jxe.-utors
isaac jowm
Attorney for Executors
11/18 12'5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR D*OE COUNTY,
FLORtOA. IN PROBATE.
No 29120-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
LUCID IlEEHES. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of y,u, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims snd demands which you, or
either of you, may have against th
estate of Lulls HEEKES, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to th.
Hon. W. P. BLANTON. County Judge
Of Dade County, ami file the same in
his office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within elghl
calendar months from the dale ol the
in-.i publication hereof, Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal a.i-
dresa of the claimant and to be
sworn t< and | resented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the I9S3 Prol...... Act.
Dai.- November 10th, A.D. 1952.
FANNIE BBERE8
As Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament ol
LOUIfc BEERB8, Deceased,
ISAAC .Ii IKI K
Attorney for Executrix
n>n> itiseavn,' Building
M...MI Florida
II'21 12/5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 154810
HOWARD I. si'AREY. Plaintiff.
BETH M. si'AREY, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. BETH M SI'AREY
744*: Fay Street
La Yolla
CAIJFORNIA ,
You, BETH M BPAREY. are herebj
notified that a R.....f Comptalnl has
ii. en filed against you, and you an-
required to serve copy <> ><'r
Answer or Pleading to the Bill ol
Complaint on the plalntlfl Attor-
neyi! PINE .\- TAYLOR, ilMII
Olympl Miaou 12, Florida,
and file the original Answai m i< '
in- In the office of the i rk of the
,. ,. ...., 0n or before he Mth
. | ember, 952. II you fall to
do so, j ids ill i y'11 ,'"
" i... the reiel ae-
lint
rhls notice I
i
in THE JEWISH 1 ':': V'"A.\,, :
DONE AM' ORDERED I Miami,
,,,.., S .ventber.
A" .; B LBATHERMAN,
Cln ull
11,,!.' County, I-'. >rt w
lg S!"c OBJ3EN.
Depot) Clerk
P1XE & TAYLDR
Attorneys for I'laintiff
SIS-616 Olympla Rulhiing
Miami 32. Florida
By: Richard C. Taylor
ll/ U/0-12-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
,,.>'' V'': ls HEREBY UIVEN that
tne undersigned, desirinK t ,.|1K1,ge in
W?Jlft '"" ""'.....- '--- o"
., -, 2VJ?N,ITURE A CIJDTHINO.
782 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, in,..
Intend to register said name with the
?oll!f,y?'l^or.da!rCU" ''""', S "1"i*'
RANK KITCHNER
MA1RY ALTEI'SiiX
IXITY FCRNITCRE CO.,
an Illinois Co-Partnership
ui-i ."\'\- \,"''':- baatoff, :, Partner
SHELDON l.i:i.ci||K
Attorne} for Applleants
not Ingraham Bldg
II '-"- 12 IL'-R.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the uuilersii-iied, desiring to engatie in
business under the fictitious name of
HAROLDS KOSHER RESTAURANT,
at 2l7-.",lh Street. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
,.,. ... HAROLD F. I'RlM,
GEORGE J. TAUANOPP
Attorney for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Ha.
11/14-21-2K 12/:.
LEGAL NOTICE
' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
..... No. 154667
HENDR1K JOHANNES SWARTJE8
Plaintiff",
vs.
HELEN ELIZABETH HWARTJEg,
. ._.,_ Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HELEN ELIZABETH SWART.JES.
.. n,,,.. Defendant
c/o Tlliie J|ey, 11.-.6 Lexington Place,
Eiizsheih, .\,w Jersey.
Ynu are hereby notlflesl that n BUI
of i onipiaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and vou are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on KOVNER & MAN.VnEIM-
I.U. 4211 Lincoln Road, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the- Clerk of the Circuit
< ourt on or before December 19, 19.12;
If you fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against vou for
the relief demanded In the Bin of
Complaint.
Done AND DRDERED at Miami.
Honda, this 19th day of November,
A.D, 19."2.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court
(Seal)
By: R. H RICE, JR.,
,..._. Deputy Clerk
KOVNER MANNHELMER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Road
Miami .Beach, Florida
II 21-211 I2/S-1I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,i
LI CKY SEVEN BAR, at 84J-84B N W
7th Avenue, Miami, Fta., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Conn of Dad.- County,
Florida.
MEYER SIEGHDL
ELI BRBGER
Attorney for Applicant
23.". Lincoln Road
Miami Reach
11/21-2K 12/:,-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe fictitious name of
STERLING APARTMENTS, at 25 N
W. lfith Avenue, Miami, Florida, In-
tend to reelster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RARNETT WAXKR
RA5E WAXER
WILLIAM I. BRBNNER
Attorney for Applicants
11/21 -K 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDEg FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GeVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS,
at (891 Bay Drive. Miami Beach, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. FTorldn.
-NATHAN LIPKIND
.., ESTELLE LIPKIND
11/2I-2S .- 12/.-.-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE NOOK, al 244 W. Flagl.r Street,
Miami. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK GuEREL
JACK B. LEE
11 ENRY .NI "SSEN BAl' M
Attorney for Applicants
mil Seybold Blag.
II 21-28 12 ..-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 154111
sheila m. TUCKER, Plaintiff.
\ s.
HARRY TUCKER, Defendant.
TO: HARRY TUCKER
Residence: Miami, Florida
Present Address: 171l 79th Street
Brooklyn, New Y..rk
Yon are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
[inm for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before fne
12th day of December, A.D. 19.'.2: oth-
erwise, the Rill of Complaint for
Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
dav of November, 1952.
F:. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Of the Circuit Court,
Dude County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: W.M. \V. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address i,f
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1H23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florid.i.
11/14-21-28 12 S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign,',I. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO., at
Snake Creek and N \Y. 2nd Ave..
Miami, Fla., intend to register said
name witii the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CouMy, Florida.
CARL l.CNDY &
EDITH l.l'NDY. his wife:
MAX DREYER ft
ANNA DREYER. his wife:
SAMUEL DREYER *
ELIZABETH DREYER. his wife
GEl iltc IE .1 TALI VNiiFK
Attorney for Applicants
42" Lin..,In Road
Miami Reach. Florida
II 21-2S 12/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 29088
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA SIGARMAX, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing *'laims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you, may have agalnsi the
estate ol anna SUQARMAN, deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the HON. W. F. BLANTON or
FRANK B, DOWLING, County Judges
of Dade County, and file Ihe same in
his office In the County Courthouse In
Dade Coiiiim. Florida, uithiu eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
Or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or sain.-
will be Inured See Section 1211 of the
19:13 Probate Act.
Date November 17, A.D. (MS, ,
GERTRUDE SUGARMAN,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ANNA SUQARMAN, Deceased
I'ALLOT. SILVER & MI'I.LOY
Attorneys for Administratrix
11/21-28 12/5-18
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business Under the fictitious name of
EAST CARLES PRIVATE SCHOOL,
at 2898 S. W, 22nd St., Miami, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
LOI'IS T. WALLIS
STEPHEN I". KE88LER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 \v Flagler Street
11/14-21-28 12/8
.M
OF
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154582
ALOIS IIHI'llY, Plaintiff.
vs.
F'THEL HRI'llY, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ETHEL HRUBY
95-47 115th Street
Richmond urn ,
Queens County. N.w York
You, ETHEL Hilt KY. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnsi you,
and you are required to serve s copy
of your Answer oi Pleading to the Bill
,,f Comp.....'t on the nlainjifr ai-
,,'mey. tlHORQE J, TALIANOFF, 120
Road, Miami Read,. Florida,
BI,d file the original Vnswei oi PJcnj-
Ins In the office of the Clerk ol th
Cir.uii Court or before the L h
,I,C of December. I9S2 II you fall to
do no, ludgmenl bj di rau I
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
Vhi- notice shall be publish. -
. ich we.k for four consecutive
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
lDONB \ND ORDERED m Miami,
Florida, tins 17th day of November,
A" ,M* E a LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
.Circuit Court Seal, JR
Deputy Clerk
11/21-21 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LAKESHOKE APARTMENTS, at : -
45 West 4h Street. Miami Reach.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ETHEL REALTY CO., INC.
By: William Fisher
President
MYERS. HEIMAX & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/14-21-28 12 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltiouu name of
AI'THOIUZ ED WKSTINCHOrSE
LAUNDROMAT EQUIPPED HALF"
HOUR LAl'NDRY. at 444 S. W. Rth
St., Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clnuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ELIAS SCHCI.MAN
FREDERICK N. FARAD
Attorney for l-:iias Sehulman
11/14-21-2S 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiipug- in
business under the fictitious name of
THE OIFT BOWL, at 867 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morlda.
THE FIUIT BOWL, IXC.
i IE! (ROE i TALIANt >FP
\ttomey for Applicant
12 i i.in, ..In Road
Miami Beach, Floi Ida
12 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154498
henry F. Johnson, Plaintiff
VS.
ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON
T'i Brann.i Avenue,
Prlchard, Alabama
You are hereby notified thai I Bill
"I Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
qulred to serve a copy of your answer
or pleading to the Mill of Com.....i
on the plaintiffs attorney, rii'IIahd
K. SHEPARD, 2200 West Flaglei
Street, -Miami, and file tli.....iglnal
answer or pleading in the office of
the cierk of the circuit Court on or
before the 15th day of December,
1932. If you fall in do so, judgm-oii
bj default will be taken agalnsi you
for Ui.- relief demanded in the Bill of
I omplulnt.
DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami,
Florida, this i::th dav of November.
A.D. 1952.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
By w.M. W. STOCKING,
., ,. Deputy Clerk
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ORCHIDS GALORE, at l",lo Blscayne
Blvd.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
KARL STIMPP
ANNE OSWALD
STEPHEN f. KE8SLER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 W. Flagler St.
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JEAX and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT.
at 5952 X. E 2nd Ave., Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Daile County, Florida.
FRANK GCNSRERU
JAY I. COHEN
Attorney for Frank (Sunsbcrg
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE TOURS AND SUNRAY
TOURS, in 229 X E. 1st Avenue,
Miami. Intends to register said name
with the Clelk of Ihe Ciivuit Court of
Dade County, Florlds
SOLANA TRAVEL COMPANT. Inc.
BLI P.REOER
Attorney for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
11 21-28 12 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C.IVEX that.
the undersigned, desiring Co engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA JUICE \- SYRUP CO., at
HI5 N W 27th Street, Miami. Florida,
Intends to roglsler said name with
Hie clerk of Hi.- circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
FLORIDA JUICE, INC..
a Florida corporation
COORBHi N & COURSHON
Attorneys for Florida Juice. Inc.
11 '21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154570
MURIEL SELTZER, Plaintiff
JOSEPH JACOB SELTZER.
Defendant
TO: JOSEPH JACOB SELTZER
5008 Palisade Avenue
Wesi N.w York. N.w Jersey
Y'ou are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Cll
Court on or before the 17th day of
Dt.....mber, A.D. 1152: otherwise, tho
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hi
fore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
17th dav of November, 1952
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dado County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal. .,
By: wm w. stocking,
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A F'RIHDMAN
1021 Reynold Bldg.
Miami. Floslda
11/21-28 12/5-12
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